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GRAMMAR , presen


e :>e

OCABU LARY , gree Ings. co

- es and nationalities

VOCABULARY, rooms / furniture; prepositions ( I)

READING , wonky-ped ia

READING , top tips for small rooms

WRITING, capital letters

WRITING , punctuation

GRAMMAR, this/that, these / those; possessives

GRAMMAR , can for possibility

VOCABULARY , objects

VOCABULARY , places in a town; prepositions (2)

LISTENING, interviews at an airport

LISTENING , Pueblo Ingles

FUNCTION, making requests

FUNCTION, shopping

VOCABULARY , tourist places; at a hotel

VOCABULARY, things to buy

LEARN TO , listen for key words

LEARN TO , say no pol itely in a shop

GRAMMAR, countable and uncountable nouns; nouns with a/an, some, any VOCABULARY, food/drink

o g a co rse

READING, too busy to eat? Dresen


mple: he/she/it GRAMMAR , how much/many; quantifiers

OCABULARY daily rou tines; jobs READ ING , a hot dog seller

VOCABULARY , containers; large numbers

WRITIN G , and, but and or

LISTENING, the junk food lover's diet WRITING , paragraphs

FUNCTION, asking for information VOCABULARY, the time; life at home

FUNCTION, ordering in a restaurant

LEARN TO , show you don't understand

VOCABULARY, restaurant words; cooking LEARN TO , understand fast speech

GRAMMAR , frequency adverbs; modifiers VOCABULARY , personality

VOCABULARY, dates and times


READING, celebrities who are friends

GRAMMAR, have/has got

GRAMMAR, past simple


LISTENING , adopted twins

LISTENIN G, families

WRITING , because, so, and, but

WRITING, apostrophe's

FUNCTION, making conversation

FUNCTION, making arrangements

VOCABULARY , weekend activities

VOCABU LARY , time expressions; activities on special occasions

LEARN TO , keep a conversation going

LEARN TO , show interest

Review and Check I


Review and Check 2



GRAMMAR I comparatives

GRAMMAR I be going to; would Ii e



READING I travel partners

READING I a lottery winner

GRAMMAR I superlatives

GRAMMAR I will, might, won't


VOCABULARY I phrases with get


LISTENING I an audio diary

LISTENING I survival

WRITING I checking and correcting

WRITING I too, also, as well

FUNCTION I giving directions

FUNCTION I making suggestions

VOCABULARY I places (2)

VOCABULARY I adjectives (2); weather

LEARN TO I check and correct directions

LEARN TO I respond to suggestions

GRAMMAR I present continuous

GRAMMAR I should/shouldn't

VOCABULARY I verbs with prepositions


LISTENING I phone conversations

READING I walking - the perfect sport?

WRITING I pronouns

GRAMMAR I adverbs of manner

GRAMMAR I present simple/continuous

VOCABULARY I common verbs

VOCABULARY I appearance; clothes

LISTENING I what's your real age?

READING I the T-shirt

WRITING I adverbs in sto ries

FUNCTION I recommending

FUNCTION I offering to help

VOCABULARY I types of film


LEARN TO I link words

LEARN TO I thank someone

VOCABULARY I transport collocations

VOCABULARY I outdoor activities

READING I commuting

READING I a travel blog

GRAMMAR I con/con't, have to/don't have to

WRITING I postcard phrases

VOCABULARY I adjectives ( I )

GRAMMAR I present perfect and past simple

LISTENING I the balancing scooter

VOCABULARY I prepositions LISTENING I fear or fun?

FUNCTION I apologising VOCABULARY I excuses; airport

FUNCTION I telephoning

LEARN TO I tell a long story

VOCABULARY I telephoning expressions; fee lings LEARN TO I say telephone numbers

Review and Check 3


Review and Check 4






VOCABULARY greetings

Write the conversations.

Are you Arnercan? No, I'm ro~ ',." Canadian.

you / American?


Put the words in the conversation in the correct order.

I A: you? / Hi, / are / Jeff. / How

No, / I / Canadian. 2 he / a student?

Hi. leff. How are you?

No, / He / a teacher.

2 B: thanks. / Great, / you? / are / How

3 we / late?

3 A: is / friend, / Fine. / This / my / Marianne.

4 they / from India l

N o, / You / early. No, / They / China.

4 C: Nice / you . / meet / to

5 B: Hello, / you. / Nice / I'm / to / Jeff. / meet

VOCABULARY countries and nationalities 4A

Find twelve countries in the puzzle.






































Ben: Sorry, I -"a,-,-,re~_ _ you Mr and Mrs Rutter?















































GRAMMAR present simple: be


Complete the conversations with the correct form of

be. Ben: Hello. How are you? Ed:

Er ... hello. N o, we 2 Rutter.

. They 3

Mr and Mrs

Ben: Oh, sorry.

B Write the nationalities for the countries in the puzzle. Greek

C Complete the table with the nationalities. I -an / -ian


2 -Ish Po sl'>

Ben: Excuse me. 4_ _ _ _ you Jerry Rutter? Jerry: Yes. Ben: I 5

Ben Pastor.

Jerry: Oh. hello. Nice to meet you, Ben. This 6_ _ _ _ my wife, Sally.

3 -ese Portuguese

4 other


Sally: Hi. Ben: Sorry. 7 Sally: N o, it 8

your name Sandy? .

It's Sally.

Ben: Nice to meet you, Sally.

1.1 Listen and underline the stressed syllable in each nationality. Then listen again and repeat.


Read the website extract and underline five mistakes.


Michael Phelps, 8-gold-medal swimmer at the Beijing Olympic games in 2008, am from the USA.


Toyota and Honda are Japanese cars. Fiat and Ferrari are Italians cars.


Egypt, Botswana and Kenya are countries in Africa.


Sydney is a big city in the south-east of Australia and it's fam ous for the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge.



6 7 8

ew York , the taxi are yellow. e

azon and the Orinoc o are rivers in South America.

S-arb c S IS e ric an com pany with over 15,000 coffee o ses n more han 40 count ri es. a


Beckham is a famou s footballer from the Britain .

B Correct the mistakes.

Michael Phelps ;s from the USA.

WRITING capital letters 6

Complete the words with the letters in brackets. Use capitals where necessary. I L his is a _ hoto of _ e at the _ o losseum in _o me , _ taly.

(f p m c r i) 2 _his is me and my _ ustralian _ riend, _ au l. _ e're in en ice.

(t a f p w v) 3 _his is _en ji at a _ar in _ adrid . _enji is a _ tudent from _apan.

(t k b m k s j) 4 _ere is _aul again . _e's at _ axim's in _ aris. _ axim's is a renc h estaurant.

(h p h m p m f r)




Look at the pictures and complete the crossword .







2A 1.3 Listen to interviews with three passengers at an airport and complete the table. Passenger I Nationality

Passenger 2

Passenger 3



Tourist (T) or on business (B)?

B Listen again. Tick the objects in the passengers' bags. Passenger I

Passenger 2

' Passenger 3



B 1.2 Listen and write the words from Exercise 1A in the correct place in the table according to the stress.

ll O keys



newspaper hairbrush MP3 player







3 000


4000 mobile phone

ticket newspaper


magazine mobile phone Listen again and repeat.



GRAMMAR this/that., these/those

GRAMMAR possessives



Comp lete the se ntences with this, that, these or those.



much are they? Shop assistant:


B: No, it isn 't. I think it'sjane{ s. )

They 're two hund red

2 A: Are these DVDs yours?

euros. john:

B: No, they're Suzannas.

Two hundred euros l

3 A: Is your friends name Greg?

Shop assistant: But 3_ _ _ _ _ sunglasses are only twenty euros. john:

OK. And how much is magazine?

B: Yes, Greg Hutchens. 4 A: Are these Nathans sunglasses?

4 _ _ _ __

Shop assistant: 5_ _ _ _ _ 's two euros. john:

Add one apostrophe (') to each conversation.

A: Is th is yo ur mobile phone?

are grea sunglasses. How

B: I don 't know. Ask him.

5 A: Are yo ur teachers photos in the book? B: Yes, they 're on pages 17 and 18.

Two? OK, here you are.

Shop assistant: Thanks.

6 A: Where are Irenas tickets?

B: They 're on the table.

6A Change the sentences so they don't repeat the nouns, I These glasses are III> gl!lsse~ . These glasses are mine. 2 These keys are your keys.

3 That bag is jack's bag.

4 Those pencils are my pencils.

5 This mobile phone is Anita's mobile phone.

4A Write the sentences in the plural. That CD 's great!

6 That magazine is yo ur magazine.

Those CDs are great l B

3 Thi s isn't my key.

C Underline the letter 's' in the answers. The~e gla~e~ are mine.

4 Where's that ticket?

What is the pronunciation of the letter's'? Listen again and write lsi or /z/. Then listen and repeat.

B Write the sentences in the singular. I These books are very good.

This book's very good. 2 Those aren't my fil es. 3 Who are those men over there? 4 Are these your photos?

Listen and check.

o I


® 1.4

2 This red pen is Anne's.

The~e gla~e~



are mine.

VOCABULARY at a hotel

VOCABULARY tourist places



Add the vowels in brackets. I Gnack b a=:i)c_l_c_ffees_ndwich


Look at the pictures and complete the places/services in a hotel.

2 t _ u ri s ts h _ p p _s tc _ rd b_ tte ry s_u v e n i r (add a or 0) 3 bur _ _ ud_ch_ng _ _ xch_ng_r _t_mon_y (add a or e) 4 tr _ _ nst_t_ons_nglet_cketpl _ form


(add a or i)

B Circle the places and objects in Exercise lA. 1,, -_ _-

FUNCTION making requests 2A


Complete the conversations with the words in the box.

I have







Can re _ _ __

ke _ _ __

pa"-_ __

re _ _ __

in _ _ __ co_ _ __

ro _ _ __ se:_ _ __

Conversation I Tourist:

Excuse me.


Shop assistant: Yes. Can I 2 Tourist:


you speak English? you? I have these four postcards, please?


Shop assistant: OK. 4

two euros, please.

Conversation 2 Tourist: Can I 5_ _ _ _ _ a coffee, 6_ _ _ __ Waiter: Tourist:

That's one 7_ _ _ _ _ fifty. Thank 8_ _ _ __

B 1.5 Listen to the conversations in Exercise 2A. Then listen again and repeat.

LEARNTO listen for key words


3A 1.6 Listen and look at the menu. What do the people order? Write the food and drink for 1- 6. a) € -,,2~_ __ I a tomato salad b) € _ _ _ __ 2 3

c) €


d) €


e) € f) €







Espresso coffee





Iced Tea

B Listen again and write the prices for a)-f).



Mineral water



Green Tomato


Ice cream






2A 2.1 Listen and write the words from the box in the correct place in the table according to the stress.


Complete the profile below with verbs from the box.











*ey Eaffi€lfa neW5j3aj3er sport photo magazine coffee cinema exercise MP3 player DVD TV nothing golf film

10 key



5 000



AtLTOGETH R NET Personal Profile: Teresa Alvarez



About me

11 come ~om


I' B Listen again and repeat.


present simple: lIyou/we/they

Write the questions and short answers.

A: you / eat / junk food, Ju an?

s ge

Act ivities I2 a lot of sport - I 3 _ _ __ running every day and I 4 _ _ _ _ tennis most weeks.



eat junk food. luan?

B: N o / I

No. I don 't.

2 A: you / do / a lot of sport, Kika?

B: Yes / I

3 A: the students in your class / live / near you?

B: No / they

Interests Photography: I love meeting people and I 5 photos of people all the time.

4 A: you and Clara / like / Italian

B: Yes / we

Food : I like going out to restaurants with friends. We 6 Mexican food and 7 Mexican beer!

5 A: you / listen / Radi o 5, Daniel?

B: Yes / I

Favourite music I8 to different kinds of music, but I really like World Music.

6 A: Ursula and H ans / study / English with you?

B: N o / they

Favourite TV shows I9 a lot of American programmes. I like CSt and Friends .

7 A: I / have / classes on Saturday?

B: No / you

8 A: you and your family / eat /

B: Yes / we

Favourite Movies Anything with Johnny Depp! Favourite Books Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garda Marquez. I 10 it every year!

fo od?


9 A: Ali and Marco / play / tennis? 10 A: you and An a / drink / coffee?

B: Ye s / they B: No / we



Tick one correct question from the conversation . Then correct the other five questions.


I Which course you want to do?

Look at the course list. Which cou rse is good for you ?

Which course do you wont to do? 2 You like music?



3 Do you take photos?

Office yoga :

7.30-9p.m. Salsa for beginners: 7-9p.m.

4 Where you do work?

Digital photography: 9-12p .m. Singing for fun :

6 .30-B .30p.m.

S Sit you at your desk a lot? 6 W hat you do do in an Office Yoga class?

E Match answers a)-f) with questions 1- 6 above. a) I take them on holiday.


b) Yes, all day. c) I don't know. Can you help me? d) W e learn exercises that you do at your desk. e) At a bank. f) Yes I do. I sing in the car.

GRAMMAR present simple: //yau/we/they


B 2.2 Listen to the conversation . Nu mber the courses on the list in the order the people talk about t hem.



Ben and Tom

watch TV a lot



W hat?

listen to the radio



stretching and relaxing exercises

eat in fast-food restaurants



drink a lot of cola



read computer magazines



go to the cinema



do sport



play video games



Listen again and complete the table. Wh ich day?

W here?

Office Yoga

Salsa for Beginners

5 Look at the information about Francesco and his flatmates, Ben and Tom. Complete Francesco's sentences .

high school

Digital Photography

I watch radio.

TV a lot, but I don't listen to TV a lot, but they

2 Ben and Tom the radio. Si nging for Fu n

Monday and

3 We

in fast-food restaurants.

4 We

a lot of cola.

S Ben and Tom

to the cinema.


7 Ben and Tom


computer magazines.


sport. video games.


VOCABULARY daily routines 1A

GRAMMAR present simple: he/she/it


Put t he letters in the correct order to make phrases.

I eahv fska rbeta

have breakfast

Write the he/ she/ it form of verbs 1-12.

2 play

3 og ot dbe

3 d rink

4 teg emho

4 drive

5 avhe nndire

5 re lax

6 tge pu

6 eat

7 astrt kowr

7 stud y

8 evale meho

8 know

9 nishfi rowk

9 w ash

B Match t imes a) - i) with phrases 1-9. a) 6a.m. 6

10 leave II get 12 practise

b) 7a.m. J

B Write verbs 1-12 in the correct place in the table according to the ending.





... --



2 vhae hlucn

I lsi


3II zi




:::: ~


oi r



and or


Or' 'v1onday, I leave for work at 9 and I get home at 6. 2 On Tuesday, I phone my mother. I chat with her for hours. (b ut/ and)

3 On Wednesday, I get up early. I don't go to work - it's my free day. (or/but)

4 On Thursday, I work in the office. I work at home. (but/ or)

5 On Friday, I go out late with my friends. I go to bed early. (and / or)

Li sten and check. Then listen and repeat.


Complete the text with the present simple of the verbs in brackets.

e se tence.s w ith one of the words in brackets. orda. I lea e for work at 9. I get home at 6. or)

® 2.3


~ ~ ~ ~

to work but 4 , . city. He 5

(take) the bus into the IIIIIIIIIIII (start) work at 7p.m.At about , .

Ia.m. he 6 for lunch . He 7 , . night. He 8

(have) two o r t hree hot dogs (not stop) working all IIIIIIIIIIII (see) a lot of interesting ,.



things. but most people are very friendly. He (finish) work at 3 or 4a.m . On the bus IIIIIIIIIIII , . he 10 (not sleep) but 1 1 _ _ _ __ ,. IIIIIIIIIIII 9

(read) the morning newspaper. He 12_ _ _ __ 6 On Saturday, I play tennis with Pete at 9. I have lunch w it h him . (and/but)

IIIIIIIIIIII (get) home at , . about 6a.m. He


7 On Sunday morning, I read a newspaper. It isn 't in Engli sh! (b ut/ or) 8 On Sunday afternoon. I listen to music. I watch TV. (but/ o r)


AI is a hot dog seller in New Yo r k. Every day he IIIIIIIIIIII 1 gets up (get) at Sp.m. and 2 IIIIIIIIIIII , . (make) dinner for his two boys - they get home from , . school at about 4.30. He 3 (not d r ive)

----(have) breakfast with his family, and 14 (go)


to bed at about , . 8.30a.m. and that's the end of his day ... IIIIIIIIIIII

__ or night.




7 Look at the pictures. Com plete the j obs puzzle. Use the letters in the shaded squares to make another j ob.

Read the article and answer the questions.

I Does AI like his job? 2 Does he work at the weekend?

A NIGHT IN THE LIFE OF A HOT DOG SELLER 'In my job I meet a lot of interesting people. People like talking to me, they don't just want a hot dog, they want a conversation. It's great working at night. It's never hot, people are relaxed, and they're very hungry. Some nights I sell over 300 hot dogs. I have one customer, Hector, he's a taxi driver, he eats ten hot dogs every night. People ask me, "AI, do you like hot dogs?" Yes, of course I like them, I love them! Hot dogs are NOT junk food , they're good food. My boys love them too, and we have hot dogs for dinner every Saturday night. I don't work at the weekend, I'm with the boys all day and then sleep at night. They play football in the park, and I watch them , or I play with them. Or I go and get a hot dog!'



B Read the article again. Are sentences 1-8 true (T) or false (F) ?

I AI doesn't li ke people.


2 People don't talk to AI. 3 People aren't hungry at night. 4 Hector doesn't sell hot dogs. 5 AI doesn't like hot dogs. 6 AI and his boys have hot dogs for Saturday dinner. 7 AI sleeps at night at the weekend .' 8 AI doesn't go to the park with his boys. C Correct the false sentences.

I AI likes people.

GRAMMAR present simple: he/she/it


Put the words in the correct order to make questions. live / Eva / does / where?

Where does Eva live?

2 Juanes / does / coffee / drink?

3 what / 'junk' / does / mean? 4 lunch / he / when / have / does?

5 like / she / does / popcorn?



6 read / does / which / Kay / newspaper?

7 does / how / work / Faisal / come / to?

IHiddec ;ob

8 your / come / does / where / car / from?


B Look at gaps 1-8 in the leaflets. Write the questions to

VOCABULARY the time 1

find the information. Use the prompts below.

Write the times in two different ways.

It's hal[ Qast seven.

I 7.30

/ It's seven thirty

I Wh at tim e / leave?

2 When / arrive?

2 9.15

3 What time / start?

3 11 .10

4 When / finish?

4 2.45

5 Where / start from?

5 5.20

6 H ow much / cost?

6 8.35

7 Wh at time / o pen?

7 10.55

8 Wh en / close?

8 1.40

What time does the train leave?


® 2.4

Underline the key word in each question in

Exercise 2B. Then listen and repeat.

FUNCTION asking for information 2A

Look at leaflets A-C. What are they about?


® 2.5

Listen and complete gaps 1-8 in the

information in Exercise 2A.

LEARN TO show you don't understand 3A

Listen to the conversations in Exercise 20 again.

In which conversations do the people show they don't understand ? B Put the phrases in the correct order. I speak / you / could / slowly / sorry. / please? / more

2 Wat Phra .. . ? / the / me, / excuse


3 you / that? / could / spell


VOCABULARY life at home

3_ _ __

Finish time:

4 _ _ __

Tour start point: Adult:

4 you / cou ld / that? / repeat / sorry,




5 _ __

baht /

14 euros

NATIONAL BANK Opening hours :.!o nday-Friday: urday:

Complete verbs 1-10 in the table.

to 4p.m.

lOa .m . to


8 _ _ __



2 m

the beds

3 g



4 b



5 d

the washing

6 d

the ironing


7 c

the rooms


8 w

the floors

9 c 7___



I make

10 d






the washing-up


B Look at the table and complete the sentences. I Steve makes breakfast , does the washin~ _ _ _ ____ and _ _ _ _ __


2 Ellie _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ and 3 They both _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ and




VOCABULARY personality

GRAMMAR frequency adverbs



Add the vowels. ~k=in=d~_____

I knd

Underline the correct alternative. Mixing yellow and red alway,s I often I sometimes ma es orange .

2 ntllgnt

3 fnny

2 The colour red often I sometimes I hardly ever means

4 frndly 5 tlktv

3 Apple s are sometimes I hardly ever I never purple.

6 nknd

4 In football, the ball is usually I hardly ever I never whi te. 5 A ch ef in a re staurant never I sometimes I always has a

'danger' or 'stop'.

7 srs

white hat .

8 nhppy

6 Food is often I hardly ever I never blue .

9 stpd

7 Cola is always I sometimes I never brown . 8 People always I often I never drink their coffee white -

10 qt I I nfrndly

with milk.

12 hppy


9 Taxis in New York are hardly ever I always I sometimes yellow.

Write the adjectives from Exercise lA in the correct

10 Eggs are usually I never I hardly ever white or brown .

group according to the stress.

10 kind




Read the emails. Are Sandy and Cristina good


Hi Maria,



How are you? I'm fine but I've got a new flatmate,


Cristina , and she's a real problem. Sh~~ When she comes home in the evening I ask her usually about her day. She says 'fine' always and then she watches usually TV or she goes to her room to sometimes


® 3 .1 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.


Complete the conversations with adjectives from

sleep! She wants hardly ever to chat. What can I do? Sandy

Exercise lA. I A : I think Mark's very friendly.

B: Really? He never tal ks to me! I thin k he's very unfriendly,

2 A: Andrea's really talkative at breakfast tim e. B: Yeah, I don't like it. I like to be

in the


3 A: B: 4 A: B: 5 A: B:

How are you? I'm fine but my new flatmate, Sandy, is a real problem. She stops talking never. In the evening

Lena's a serious stud ent. Yes, usually, but she's sometim es very

after c lasses I'm tired often. I want to usually relax in

The teachers are kind to Greg.

front of the TV for half an hour or I have sometimes a

Yes, but some of th e child ren are

short rest. She w ants always to talk about her day. I

This cat 's very stupid! D on't be horrible! I think she's very


B: Yes, but his teacher's class!

have hardly ever energy to listen. That's my news. Email me soon!

6 A : Ben's happy to day. - he's late for


B Circle the frequency adverbs and draw a lin e to correct position in the emails.



Hi Zsuzsa,


GRAMMAR modifiers

READING 4A Read t he forum and tick the ideas you agree with .


Complete the conversations with very or quite.

Conversation I

A: I get up early every day. B: Oh. What time do you get up?

HE LP! forum

A: At 9a.m.

My friend Sam often asks me for money. I usually say no, but sometimes I give him ten or twenty euros. The problem is he never pays me back. I don't want to ask him but I feel bad about the whole thing. Helpl Uon , Ontario)

B: 9a.m.! That isn 't very

early! That's late!

A: W ell, my husband gets up at 4a.m. B: N ow that's _ _ _ _ early. I get up at 7a.m.

A: O K, O K! T hat's


Conversation 2 Beth w r ites: Tal k to him abo ut it . Tell him how you feel. You say he's your frie nd and real friend s listen to each other. But remember, mo ney and frie s don't mix. Good luck!

'tes: I do ' think he's a real friend. It's e 'e ds ip - tell him to give you

A: I love this laptop, but it's € I ,000.

B: T hat's _ _ _ _ expensive. A: I know.

B: How about this one? It's _ _ _ _ expensive, but it's a good make.

A: How much is it?


B: €600. Hey, look at this one. It's in the sale. It's only €l50. T hat isn' t


A: You're right. That 's a good price . Can ersation 3

- - ---

:- -:::.,r --



A: run en kilometres every morning.

B: Really? How long does it take you? A: It usually takes about 45 minutes.

e-e ~-:: :-e _:: :,ra-:s:o c-a:. . C ri s church

: -5 ~



B: Th at 's

good. It usually take me about 55


A: Oh. That isn 't _ _ _ _ fast. Leve(lte writes: Maybe it's a good idea to meet her just once at the weekend, You say you like her, well , give her a chance. Good luck! Miki writes: T hat's a pro blem . Tell Joanne the truth - you're a friendly person but you aren 't her fri end ! Cynthia writes: T hat's really difficult. Change your t elephone number ... or don 't answer the phone. She needs to underst and that you don 't w ant to be friends.

B: But in a race it takes 38 minutes! A: W ow, that's _ _ _ _ good! Conversation 4 A: W hat ti me does the film start?

B: A t Rialto Cinema it starts at I I p.m. A: O h, that's


B: But at Westwood Cinema it starts at 10p.m. A : That's for a run.

late for me. I always get up early to go

B: W ell the early show at W estwood starts at 7p.m. A: That isn't _ _ _ _ good . It's 7p.m. now.

B Underline two names from the forum for each sentence. They're friends.

A: You never talk in class.



2 They aren't friends. Sam

Joanne Karl






4 They say: Tell the truth . Beth

Steve Steve

B: N o. A: You're a

quiet person.

B: T hat 's right. I'm not


A: But your English isn't bad.

5 They say: Be friends with him / her. Karl

B: No, that's true.

A: In fact you never talk. Jon

3 They say: Don 't be friends with him/her. Beth

Conversation 5


B: N o? A: It's _ _ _ _ good in fact. Not great, but not bad .


B: Thanks.

B Look at the underlined letters. Is the pronunciation the same (5) or different (D)?



I Ellie


I sister


2 cousin


3 wjfe


4 aunt


S sQn


6 gr;!ndfather


7 daughter







C 3.2 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat. Nick



Ricky Anya Olivia

Look at the family tree and complete the conversations.

My mother's [ather grandfather.

Conversation I


, Julia.


Chris, this is my


Nice to meet you, Mrs Garnet.


George and his

2 Complete the sentences with fam ily words. is my

2 My father's

is my sister.

3 My sister's and father.

are my mother


And this is my Ellie.



4 My children's

is my sister.


And these are my

S My children's

is my




4_ _ _ _ _ ,

3 _ _ _ __

Nick and Dan.

6 My mother's Matt.

Conversation 2 Chris:


Are these your children, Mariska?

is my cousin,

7 My father's Nina.

is my cousin ,

Mariska: Oh, let me introduce you. These are my 5_ _ _ _ _ , Anya and Olivia, and this is my 6 , Ricky.

8 My father's

is my mother.


9 My mother's


Mariska: And this is James, my Chris:

Hello, everyone.


And that's my

7_ _ _ __

8_ _ _ _ _ ,

George and my

10 My son's and father. 9 _ _ _ __

Jane. Chris:

Yes, I know. I'm a friend of Jane's.


And those are my 10_ _ _ _ _ , Nick and D an.

Conversation 3 Chris:

Ellie, what's that little girl 's name? I forget.


That's my


And her 12


James. We're a big family. A lot of names to remember!




are Mariska and ... ?

is my fathe r. are my mother



3.2 GRAMMAR have/has got




Read the information in the table and complete sentences 1-8 with the correct form of have got. I

a new laptop

My sister

an MP3 player

My brother

an old computer

families and draw lines to the correct information. There is one extra piece of information. I hasn't got a job. 'd D aVI

2 has got one sister.

~ 3 has got one brother.

My parents

a black car

My family

a four-room flat

I I've got

3.3 listen to two people talking about their


4 has got five brothers.

S has got a good job.

a new laptop"

2 I _ _ _ _ _ an MP3 player" 3 My sister _ _ _ _ _ a computer" 4 My parents _ _ _ _ _ acar"

S My brother _ _ _ _ _ a computer. but it's old. 6 We _ _ _ _ _ a house. 7 We _ _ _ _ _ afla. _ _ _ _ _ (our rooms. e q e.stions and short answers . Use the e able. ~~__


a new laptop? a new computer l

your bro her




your sister

B listen again. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? I Tom is Meg's brother.

a house I


2 Meg is close to her sister.

an MP3 player?

3 Nick is David's brother.

4 Nick is quite active.


your flat

four rooms?

S Jenny is David's mother. 6 David and Jenny are close .


your parents

a black car?

7 Jenny's husband doesn't like his job.

S Jenny's got three sons.

4 Correct five mistakes with have got and be in each conversation.

WRITING apostrophe's

Conversation I

A: I haven't got a pen. Afe


oRe? Have you got one?

B: No, I'm not, but I've got a pencil. A: Has it got black?

B: No, it 's got red . A: Has it got a rubber?

B: Yes, it is. A: Can I borrow it? Thanks. Conversation 2

A Have you got your camera with you? B: .


o. but Fatima's an MP3 player. as it got a camera, Fatima? 0,

· ...!as


i isn't. But my mobile phone's got a camera. got good?

o· really. It's very small and the pictures haven't got very good.


Complete the text with '5 or s.

My friend 1Jean_'s__ got an interesting family. Her brother 2Sam_ _ super intelligent and 3he_ _ got a good job with a computer company in Sydney. 4He_ _ married and his 5wife_ _ name is Grace. 6Jean_ _ sister 7Sally_ _ the funny one in the family. She 810ve _ _ telling funny stories and she 9wor"------- as an actress with the Melboume Theatre Company. Jean 1olive_ _ here in Brisbane in my friend 11 Keira apartment. 12Jean- the 'baby' of the family. 13She_ _ got a big heart. People always say that 14she_ _ very kind. B Match meanings a)-d) with 1-14 in Exercise SA. a) is c) possessive b) has d) he /she/it form of regul ar verb

A - ha 's OK. Can you take a photo of me?

C Write about a friend's family. Write 60-80 words.

C: OK, smile! Look. You're a nice smi le.

Include information about their jobs and personalities.

VOCABULARY time expressions

LEARN TO show interest

1 look at the information about Tara and complete sentences 1-8.


A: W e've got a new baby! A lit e g,rl' B: That's fantastic

My week Mon Tue

Wed Thu


do sport




have lunch at home



Sat ./

sleep late

! What's her na e?

2 A: I always go swimming before I go 0 0 B: That's gr . It 's very good or 3 A: My sister isn't here. She isn't very well .

B: Oh . That's a sh


. I hope she's 0

soon .

4 A: We never go on holiday. We haven 't got an mo e .

clean the flat

the I st and 3rd Friday of every month

go shopping







B: That's aw ./

I or 2 times every year

phone Mum




! Why is it closed?

6 A: This is my cousin, Monika. She's a chef.

B: That's in ././




. I love cooking!

7 A: I've got a new girlfriend. She's beautiful and intelligent. B: That's wo _ _ _ _ ! Where's she from?

late once a week

2 She


3 She

lunch at home

4 She

the flat

5 She


6 She

fri ends for dinner

look at the pictures and complete the activities. to special m, ____ _ dance 2 g,_ _ _ _ apr_ _ __

7 She

to th e cinema

3 w

special cl _ _ __

8 She

her mother

4 w

f ________ on TV

VOCABULARY special occasions 4

5 h_ _ _ _ a p_ _ __

FUNCTION making arrangements

6 s

'H _____ b,______

7 in _ _ _ _ gu _ _ __


Correct the mistakes in the conversation.

A: Hi, Stefan ie. Do you free tomorrow? 1

8 g,_ _ _ _ to a re _ _ __ 9 e

special f _____

Hi. Stefanie. Are you free tomorrow?

B: Yes, I am . What you want to do? 2


A: How about going a club?

B: Mmm. That a problem . I don 't like loud music. 4


A: You like films? 5


B: Yes, I like. 6


A: How about see the new James Bond film] 7


B: OK. What time do you want go? 8


A: Seven good for me. 9


afternoon .

B: That's te

go to the cinema

! Everyone need s a holida .

5 A: Oh, no, the airport's closed and I've got a nigh


meet friends for dinner

I Tara stee/2s

Complete the words.


B: OK, see us th ere ! 10 --------------~----------------------






Add the vowels to the words in each


present simple

Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.



t r~v~ 1 1_ g ht _





w_ 11 _



s_ ndw _


2 n _ wsp_ p _ r _ _ rdr _ ss_r _





_ ..








Royl 's (be) Canadian and 2 (work) in a youth hostel in Corfu, Greece. He and the other hostel workers 3 (be) volunteers they 4 (not get) money for their work. Every day Roy 5 (get up) at six and 6 (have) breakfast in the hostel. He 7 (not coo) he meals. Cynthia 8 (be) the chef and she 9 (do) a e sopping and cooking. Every morning, Roy 10 (clean) the rooms ad " (help) on the organic farm at the hostel, growing food for the g es s. In the afternoons, he 12 (not work) and he usually 13 _ _ __ (go) to the beach. A fter dinner, he and the hostel guests often 14 (chat) together. ' It 15 (be) a great job,' Roy says. ' Everyone's very friendly. I 16 (not want) the summer to end.'


B Write the questions. How old / be / Roy? h_t

ch_c_l_ t_

K_r __ n

2 Where / be / he / from? 3 Where / be / the hostel? 4 How much / money / the volunteers / get?

4 _ n g_ n _ _ r

5 W hen / Roy / get up? 6 Who / be / Cynthia?

s __ v _ n _ r c l__ n

th _

7 she / clean / the rooms? r _ _ ms

V _ _ tn _ m m_ g_ z_ n_ c h _ ck _ n

r _ 1I

8 What / Roy / usually / do / in the afternoons? 9 W hat / he and the guests / do / in the evenings? 10 he / like / his job?

B In each group find: a job (J), two objects (0), a country (C) or nationality (N), a food (F) or drink (D) , and a verb or verb phrase (V).

C Answer the questions.

C Match stress patterns a)-d) with


groups 1-4 in Exercise lA.



He's twenty-seven. 2 3


00 0

b) c) d)

0 0


00 0

8 9


0 00

RCl.l Listen and repeat.



How old is Roy?



3A Put the letters in order to complete the riddles.


I never talk, but I'm not very tqeiu

RC1.3 Listen to the conversation at a hotel reception. Circle the correct picture of the lost item.

..,.ql"'-W",,'eLt_ _

2 I'm not eellnintgit _ _ _ _ , but I always know the time, 3 I'm usually quite sisoreu _ _ _ _ or /eirnyfd _ _ __

, but not very nikd

4 I'm really /ovttikeo _ _ _ _ and I never listen. S I'm quite pidsut

, but I write in many languages.

B Match objects a}-e} with sentences 1-5 in Exercise 3A. a) a radio


d) a pen

b) a watch

e) the TV news

c) a dog

GRAMMAR have/has got 4

Complete the sentences with be or have/has got. What's the answer to question 8? I My name 's


2 I

one brother and one sister.

3 My mother

one sister.

4 She

(not) any brothers.

S My mother's sister 6 Jen

Jen. married to Henry.

7 Jen and Henry

two nephews and one niece. I a boy or a girl?


B Listen again and complete the lost property report.


Complete the poems.


Poem I

't _ _ _ like my mobile ph _ _ __ I do!.!,n-,,I of


want to be alone.

But then my mo _ _ _ _ phone, it rings. I really, really ha

Recepti oni st: ~A"-,n:J~",,,e,,-,,/a."'--.LLM~es.:s>l.+.L.-_---;;:--_ __

these th, _ _ __

Poem 2

Guest: ing and cI

'I like co 'Oh, good. The gue

1_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

ing, too.'

Room number:

arrive at two.

You ma..a____ a cake and wa..a____ the floor

and wake me up at ha


, what kind? Meat or ch _ _ _ _ ?'

'Oh, I'm not sure, so ca

I please

have one of those and one of th


Poem 4




7_ _ _ _ _ __

Item checked and returned: [] Signature: II /More-tti

'Sorry, that's when my friends ar_ _ __ 'Then ho


wiN, 5$ _ _ _ _ _ _ __



'Are you fr_ _ _ _ at half past five?' ab _ _ _ _ meeting at two or three?'

'Sorry, I'm bu _ _ _ _ .' 'When are you fr


Item lost:

I have a sandwich, pl _ _ _ _ ?'

'Of co


Mobile phone number:

past fO, _ _ _ _ I'

Poem 3 'Co




8_ _ _ _ _ __

RC1.2 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.



TEST Circle the correct option to complete the sentences.

15 Eva _ _ _ _ her MP3 player everywhere.

I A: Are

a) listens to b) listen to 16 A: Susan, _ _ _ _ is Julio.

your keys on that table?

B: No, I think they're Franco 's. a) those

b) these

2 When

c) this


a) you finish b) you do finish 3 A: Are you from Canada? B: No, I'm _ _ __

c) do you finish

c) listens

B: Hi, Susan. Nice to meet you.

a) this b) he 17 Paolo _ _ _ _ dogs.

c) here

a) no likes b) don't like c) doesn 't like 18 How about _ _ _ _ to the cinema?

a) Mexicish b) Mexican c) Mexico 4 My parents _ _ _ _ out on Fridays.

b) going a) go I9 They _ _ a lot of sport.

c) we go

a) go often b) often go 5 A: What's the time? B: It·s _ _ __

a) do b) make 20 Ricardo _ _ _ _ twenty-five.

c) take

a) is b) has got 21 A: Where are Kris and Marta? B: ____ in the cafe.

c) have

c) often are

a) a quarter eleven 0) hal 0 I e c) eight Ifteen 6 Da d's a _ _ _ _ child. He never smiles. a se ous

o unn


es. am

c) my name is

8 A: Can you help us?

a) Elena time.

a) haven 't got

b) don't have got c) hasn't got

a) niece b) uncle II _ _ _ _ at the health centre?

c) Works Jason


a) Can I have

b) Could I

b) No, I don't like c) Yes, I do

26 I'm not Sylvie's father, I'm her brother! She's my

a) are you 28 I 29

c) sister

b) do you c) you are go to the cinema - maybe once a year. b) hardly ever

c) sometimes

a computer? a) Has Ian got

is in the office. b) diery a sandwich, please?

a) Yes, I like

a) never

a) No, he not b) No, he isn 't c) He's no married a) dairy

c) Once a month.

25 A: Do you like films? B: _ _ __

a) daughter b) aunt 27 Michelle, _ _ _ _ free tonight?

12 A: Is Carlos married? B: _ _ __

13 My

c) mine

c) nephew

a) Jason does work b) Does Jason work

a) One a month. b) One in a month.

I do nothing.

a) or b) and c) but lOA: What's that? B: It's a birthday card for my _ _ _ _ . He's four today.

b) Elena's

c) happy

24 A: How often do you go to a concert? B: _ _ __

9 A: What do you do in the evenings? B: I go to the cinema

c) They're

b) quiet 23 A: Is this your pen? B: No, I think it's _ _ __ a) quite

b) It IS

B: Sorry. I


22 You 're very _ _ _ _ today. Are you OK?

A:. Is our na e C ung? B:

a) There

c) unfriendly

b) Ian has got

c) Has got Ian

30 That isn't your book. It's c) diary

a) my

b) Ana

c) mine

c) Do you

/30 I



VOCABULARY rooms/furniture 1A

Find ten rooms/furniture in the puzzle.






M) Z




L N 0









E R 0









R 0


R E Y B D E A T 0

A 0








P 0


Is there a living room? 2 There's a big kitchen. 3 Is there a television? 4 How many peo ple are there? S There are two of us. 6 There's a large shopping centre.


4.1 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.


R B A L C 0 E A T C 0

B Underline the key word with the main stress in each sentence.



VOCABULARY prepositions (I) 3

Underline the correct alternative. A: Where's Antonia?

B Write the words in the correct group. Places in a house


living room

B: She's on / ill / behind her bedroom . 2 A: I want to take a photo of everyone. B: OK. Samad, could you stand on / under / in front of Tomas? 3 A: Where's your flat? B: It's on / between / above that shop. 4 A: Is there a cafe near here?

GRAMMAR there is/are

B: Yes, there's one between / on / in the cinema and the post office. S A: Have you got oday's newspaper? B: Yes. it's in / on / between the kitchen table.

\zoOM FOE- E-£Nl On~ b~droom for rent in a lar ~ flat with other stud~nts.

6.ood 10Gation - anI ten minutes rom the station. g.~nt €4oo R~ ~r~m =o=n,-" th"--_ _ __ Phone f,duardo on o4~] 3q~ ~S4oq

6 Always look behind / above / next to you when you start your car.

1 A: Who's that next to / between / in your dad in the photo? B: That's my brothe r, Stefano. 8 A: Where's the cat? B: Look under / above / between the sofa.


Read the advert and complete the conversation with the correct form of there is/are. A: Hi. Eduardo, my name's Ken . I'm interested in the flat. Can I ask you some questions? B: Sure.

A: 1 Is there a living room? B: No, 2_ _ _ _ _ but 3_ _ _ _ _ a big kitchen. We use it as a living room . : And


a television?

3: We've got a small TV in the kitchen and 5_ _ _ __ an internet connection in each room . · Oh, that's good . So at the moment how many people 6 in the flat? 3:

two of us, me and Karol. Karol's Polish and I'm from Argentina. 8 anything else you want to know?


· Er ... oh yes, are you near the shops? - Well, 9 about five or six shops near the station and 10 a large shopping centre about ten minutes away. · OK, thanks. It sounds great!

READING 4A Label the picture with the words in the box.






TOP TIPS FOR SMALL ROOMS BY INTERIOR DESIGNER MARIA WRIGHT B What do you think? Underline the alternatives in sentences 1-6.

In a small home it's important to choose the right furniture . With the wrong furniture, your room can look crowded but with the right furniture it can loc spacious' and large.

In a small room ...

have / don't have lots of small furniture. 2 use / don't use one or twO pieces of large

People with small rooms usually make a big mistake. They put lots of furnitu f in the room - they often have two or three small armchairs and tables, or a table and a desk - and they put lots of small pictures on the walls.


3 have / don't have a lot of pictures. 4 put / don 't put a mirror on the wall. S open / don't open curtains in the day. 6 paint / don't paint your walls a dark colour.

A small room looks good with one or two big pieces of furniture, for examl a sofa or a table - for relaxing, eating and working. Have one or two pictur no more, and put up a mirror. A mirror in the right place gives more light ar makes the room look big . Windows are very important because they make


room look light and spaciou s. Use curtains but don't close them in the day.

C Read Top tips for small rooms and check your

Put wallpaper on one wall and paint the other walls a light colour, for examl


white or yellow; don't use brown or black or other dark colours .


Look at the photo in Exercise 4A. Complete

• spacious = hds d lot of SPdce

the sentences with There's/There are. no armchairs. I There are

2 3

a big sofa next to the window.


a curtain.



a big mirror above the sofa.


no lamps in the room.

7 8

two tables in the room.


no shelves.

the text. a man lives on the twelfth floor of a tall building every morning he leaves home takes the lift down to the lobby and leaves the building in the evening he gets into the lift goes to the tenth floor opens the lift doors and walks up the stairs to his flat sometimes there's someone else in the lift and he goes up to the twelfth floor

a picture on the wall.

a cup on the table. a plant between the sofa and

10 the w indow.



Add four full stops, three commas and four capital letters to

B Why does the man do this?



Look at the photo of Pueblo Ingles and underline one


I Pueblo Ingles is in Spain / Canada / England. 2 You can speak French / English / Spanish in Pueblo Ingles. B

4.2 Listen and check.

C Listen again and underline the correct alternative.

English speakers pay 300 euros / nothing to stay in Pueblo Ingles. 2 There are twenty / forty people in the village.

3 The people are all from Spain and Australia / many different countries. 4 People in Pueblo Ingles are all in their twenties / between twenty and sixty years old. S Every day Janet speaks English to one Spanish student / different Spanish students. 6 In the evening Janet is free / eats with the Spanish students. 7 The people in the village sometimes / never speak Spanish. 8 Janet thinks it's hard work / likes it a lot.

VOCABULARY places in a town

GRAMMAR can for possibility .



Where do you go? Complete the

crossword with shops and places.

Complete the conversations with the correct form of

can and the subject] n brackets. Conversation I A: Hello. I Can I (I) change a hundred euros into rupiahs, please? For Indonesia. B: Yes, 2 at the moment. 3 two or three days. Friday morning?


(you) but we haven't got any here (we) get them here in (you) collect them on

A: Friday's difficult - 5 How about Saturday?

(I / not) do it then .

B: Sorry. We're closed on Saturday but 6_ _ _ __ (you) collect them on Monday, if that's OK.

A: Yes, no problem .


Conversation 2

A: Hello. Welcome to Plainfield Sports Centre. 7 (I) help you? Across

3 You need some aspirin. 4 You like doing exercise. 6 You like looking at very old objects. 8 You need some money. You want to watch a film . Down

B: Yes. My son wants extra swimming lessons. Have you got classes for beginners? A: Er ... what time of day 8

B: He's at school until four so 9_ _ _ _ _ (he) come in the even ings. A: OK. We've got a class on Mondays. (he / not) come then. His favourite B: Oh , 10 TV programme is on Mondays.

You want to watch a play.

A: I see.

You need some food for the weekend.

B: No, 12 other ...

3 You want to buy a stamp and send a letter. You want to see the mayor. - You want to do some English classes.

(he) come?


(he) come on Thursday? (he / not). He always watches his

A: .. . favourite TV programme? B: That's right!

4A Complete the quiz questions with verbs in the box.

VOCABULARY prepositions (2)

I eat

SA Read sentences 1-7 and label the basketball players in the picture below.





I Eduardo is in front of Dirk. 2 Andrei is opposite Eduardo.


3 Steve is on the right of Dirk.

1 Where can you -"e""a,,-t_ _ mooncake?

4 Theo is behind Steve.

a) Mexico

b) China

c) Sweden

S Tony is next to Andrei. 6 Nene is on the left of Tony.

2 Where can you in one country?

four languages

7 Jorge is opposite Nene.

B Underline the correct alternative.

a) Switzerland b) Canada c) Japan 3 Where can you Michelangelo's famous statue of David?

A ndrei is on the left of / on the ri~ht of Tony. 2 Steve is in front of / opposite Theo. 3 Nene is opposite / behind Jorge. 4 Tony is behind / next to Nene.

a) Brazil

b) Spain

c) Italy

4 Where can you across eleven time zones in one country?

S Eduardo is next to / on the left ofJorge . 6 A ndrei, Nene and Tony are opposite / near each other.


B Circle the correct answers in the quiz.

C Read sentences 1-5 and check your answers. can Mooncake is a very sweet cake . You~ eat it in

China at the Mid-Autumn Festival. 2 In Canada you hear two languages, French and English, but in Switzerland there are four



official languages: Italian, French, German and



C _ _ _ _ _ ___ D _ _ _ _ _ ___

3 The statue of David is in Italy. You visit it in Florence. 4 India has got one time zone, the USA has four, and in Russia you go through eleven time zones. S Rio and Madrid have got a lot of football teams, but in London you choose between sixteen A"erent football clubs including Arsenal ,

~y,rarr' ou>

4C again. Add can to each


G _______________ H _______________

VOCABULARY things to buy 1A

FUNCTION shopping

Write the shop names under pictures 1-10.


Add the words from the box to the conversations.

'II enough


Can in too got problem 're it expensive they


Conversation I you A: Canj help me?

sPorts shop

B: Yes?


A: Have you got these jeans black?

B: Black? I think so. Yes. A: Oh, they aren't big. Have you got in size 16?

B: Er .. . let me look. Ah, yes. A: Great, I take them. How much are?

B: They £39.99.



Conversation 2 A : I help you?

B: Yes, we need a Scotland football sh irt for Quncan. A: OK. Try this one.

B: No, it's big. Have you it in small? 5

A: Here you are.


B: Thanks. That's great. How much is?

A: £.60.

B: What? £.60! That's too. C:Mum!

B: No. No, thank you. Sorry, Duncan. A: Fine. No.


LEARN TO say no politely in a shop 3 Put the words in the correct order to complete the conversation. Assistant:

help / I / Can / you?

Can I help you?


9 ________________ 10

Customer: thanks. / looking, / just / I'm 2


B Complete the things to buy from the shops. Go to shop I to buy tra!!..!in""er",-s___ or a swi _______ co s,______


_ In shop 3 you can buy new_______ and mag,______ You can buy jea ..!.

- You can buy bre______ and

No, / medium. / Only / sorry. / in 4


and a jac_______ in shop 4.

Do you want an Italian-English dic shop 9.

Customer: you / Have / small? / in / this / T-shirt / got

Customer: No, / isn 't / right. / it / anyway. / Thanks 5_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

? Go to

cak~_ _ _

Assistant: in shop 5.

:; You go to shop 7 when you need a bla..a_ _ _ _ DVD, hea or a mem sti ______

red. / we've / in / it / got 6_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __

Customer: not / Mmm, I'm / think / I / sure. / to / need / it. / about 7



FOOD 2A 5.1 Listen to the pronunciation. Are the underlined sounds the same (5) or different (D)?

VOCABULARY food/drink 1A

Complete the words.

I milk


2 meat


3 cuc!,!mber


4 sausages

hot dQg

5 s.i!rdines


6 ban.i!na


7 yoghurt


8 frillt



B Listen again and repeat. gr _ _ _ _

GRAMMAR countable / uncountable nouns

Vegetables 9


Underline the correct alternative. I I drink milk / milks every day.

car _ _ _ _ 13

cu _ _ _ _ _ _

2 My parents eat a lot of fruit / fruits .


3 We often have roll / rolls for breakfast. 4 I don't like pea / peas.

Meat and fish

5 I don 't eat meat / meats.

c h __ __ _

6 I really hate rice / rices. sa _ _ _ _ _ _

7 We hardly ever have bean / beans.

8 There's a lot of posta / pastas in my cupboard .

B Make the sentences above true for you.

Drink 12

fr _ _ _



3 II

4 5

Other b r _ _

6 _





Use the prompts below to write sentences. Make the nouns plural where necessary. I Apple / good / for you.

Apples are


for you.

2 coffee / good / for you? 3 There / a lot of / sugar / the cupboard . 4 There / a lot of / sausage / the fridge.

5 he / like / grape? 6 I / not like / butter. B Write the numbered letters from Exercise 1A to find the message. I





7 you / eat / a lot of / biscuit?








8 We not / eat / a lot of / egg.


GRAMMAR nouns w ith a/an ,

Read the article and match recipes 1-3 with shopping lists A-C.

some, any


Complete the sente nces with al an,

some or any. Pasta salad hasn't got any meat in it, but it 's got vegetables.

TOO BUSY TO EAT? Do you have a busy lifestyle? When you come home from work, are you too tired to cook in the evenings? Here are three easy-to-make dishes from TV chef James Conway.

1 Eggs

a la Proven~ale

A dish with a sophisticated name, but in fact it's very simple. Mi x together three eggs, some tomato sauce, a small onion , and some salt and pepper. Put some oil in a frying pan and when it's hot, add the egg mixture. Stir it around and 'There you go!'

2 A: Are there Co la chicken?

vegetables in

B: Yes, it's got onion and _ _ _ _ green pepper.

3 There isn't chill i sauce in Eggs ala Proven<;ale, but there's _ _ __ tomato sauce. 4 Two dishes have got oil in them and one hasn't got _ _ __

5 A: Is there

salt and pe pper in

the Pasta salad?

2 Pasta salad This is a flexi ble dish, so you can eat it every day. Mix together some cooked pasta - I like three-colour pasta - and two types of cooked vegetables (e.g. broccoli, tomatoes, corn on the cob, green peppers). Add some oil and chilli sauce, stir it around ... and enjoy!

B: No there isn't, but there's _ _ __ hot sauce.

6 Cola chicken is _ _ _ _ very simple dish.

7 Write sentences with and somel any.

there '51 there are

3 Cola chicken

./ fru it

Cola chicken is simple to make. You need a chicken, some cola, an onion and a green pepper. Cut up the chicken, the onion, and the green pepper and put them together in a pan. Add some cola, some herbs and spices, and cover it with aluminium foil. Bake it at 350 degrees for one hour.

There's some fruit. but there aren't any

~ SHOPPING UST parla (3-co(o0.r)


lomaloes brocco(, clvl(,' ra0.ce



)( vegetables

vegetables. 2 ./ bread

)( butter

3 )( fruit juice

./ water

4 )( bananas

./ apples

5 ./ grapes

)( cheese

6 ./ pasta

)( tomato sauce

7 )( on ions

./ carrots

8 ./ salt

)( pepper

I oKiott





<;/JOPP ]:/AG h]:<;i c~icke.v\

cdo q(~


~erbs of'\d spiCes

B Which two shopping lists are not complete? Read the recipes again and add the missing ingredients to the lists.


5.2 VOCABULARY containers

VOCABULARY large numbers



Vic and Bob are going on a camping trip. Complete their conversation with eight of the words in the box. Make them plural if necessary. ~


bottle bag cup packet tube mug carton bar roll

Write the numbers in words.

two thousand. five hundred and twenty-three

2,523 2 3,145 3 1,101 4 10,000 5 721

Bob: OK, Vic. Is everything here? Vic: Yes, I think so. Bob: OK. Three


of baked beans? of chocolate?

Vic: Er ... yes. Bob: One 3 Vic:

of toothpaste?


Bob: Five Vic:

of water?


is is a no smoking holiday!


of jam?


Yes. sweets?

Bob. yo 're on a die

Bob: Bu Vic:



ey"re sugar-free sweets.


Bob: Two 8_ _ __ of toilet paperl Vic:

B I ffiil6

____ 0 IC

3A Make questions with how much/ many and a word/phrase from columns A and B. Make the nouns in column A plural if necessary.

of cigarettes?


Bo : 0 IC

GRAMMAR how much/many


Bob: A 5 Vic:

5.2 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.



Vic: Yes. Bob: Five 2

6 250,000

is there in a hamburger?

2 letter

are there in a mile?

3 beef

are there in English?

4 vowel

are there in the UK?

5 cent

is there in a 25-metre swimming pool?

6 water

are there in the English alphabet?

7 juice

is there in one can of cola?

8 sugar

al ethel e in the ayel age Ailiel icall fan lily?

9 country

are there in a euro?

10 kilometres is there in ten kilos of oranges?

Er .. . toilet paper? Oh, no!!

I How many children are there in the average American family?

2 3

4 5 6 7

8 9

10 B Match answers a)-j) with questions 1-10. a) 100


b) 375,000 litres

c) 1.61 d) two e) 40 grams, or 10 spoons f) twenty-six g) four: England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland h) five i) about 3.5 litres

j) I 14 grams - one ki lo makes eight burgers


WRITING paragraph s



5.3 Listen to a radio programme and tick the best

On the junk food lover's diet .. .

Read the blog and number the topics below in the correct order. The writer doesn't give inf orm ation about two topics.

I you can eat a lot of junk food .



2 you can eat a little junk food .


3 you can 't eat any junk food .

fast food breakfast fo reign food dinner lunch

------------~~--------------~, ~


Hungarians love eating! We have four meals a day: breakfast, lunch, a snack and dinner. My son doesn't eat breakfast at home because he doesn't want to get up early. I make breakfast for him and he takes it to school. My husband and I eat breakfast at home. We like eating rolls with butter or cheese and ham or different kinds of salami. We don't usually have cereal with milk.

B Complete the questions with How much/ many. I

How many

hot dogs can you eat in a w eek?


chocolate can you eat in a w eek?


pieces of pizza can you eat in a w eek?


packet s of cri sps can you eat in a w eek?


hamburgers can you eat in a w eek?


cola can you drink in a w eek?

C Listen again and answer questions 1-6.

GRAMMAR quantifiers

5 Make sentence b) the opposite of sentence a) . Use the quantifiers in the box. quite a lot (of)



I don't drink very much coffee.


I drink quite a lot

_ a)


a lot (of)


I've got a lot of friends. I haven't got


There's a lot of pasta in the jar.


There isn 't


I haven't got much time to relax.


I've got

b) _ a)


fri ends.

We sometimes eat an afternoon snack maybe some bread and fruit . My son likes having crisps for a snack but they aren't good for him . We have dinner between 6p.m. and 7p.m. We eat something light or we have leftovers from lunch. We eat together and talk about our day. I like hearing my son talk about school. Our dinner is very relaxed.

pasta in the jar. time to relax.

T here are some tomatoes in the fridge. There are


We have lunch when my son comes back from school - between 1p.m . and 2p.m. and the whole family eats together. Lunch is the main meal of the day for us. I cook all day and we always eat hot food . We often have vegetable soup, and then we have the main dish - for example, pasta, cheese or meat with potatoes, rice or noodles.

We like food from other countries too, especially Italian food. We often eat pizza or spaghetti with bolognese sauce . We sometimes go to an Italian restaurant and I learn new dishes.

of coffee.


- a)



B Write four or five paragraphs about how your family eats. Write 80-100 word s.

tomatoes in the fridge.

Stamps? Yes, there are some here. Stamps? N o, there are



VOCABULARY restaurant words 1

Complete the article. Use each word ~.

I menu






LEARN TO understand fast speech


5.4 Listen and tick what the customers order. Customer I


Customer 2

Customer 3



roll The American diner is a great place to eat but it's strange for foreigners. When you sit down, someone brings you a glass of ice water - you don't 1 order the water, it just comes. The 2 is not a simple list of food, but it's a long list with hundreds of 3 . A4 in a diner can cook anything and everything! Luckily, there are often pictures of some of the 5 in the 6 to help you a simple sandwich, the choose. When you 7 8 asks you lots of questions - what sort of bread, if you want cheese on it, etc. He writes all the information down and gives it to the 9_ _ __ At the end of the meal, you ask for the 10_ _ __ Usually. you leave the money on the table with the _ _ _ _ and you leave a 12 of 15-20%. s portant to leave a 13 - in the USA, a _ _ _ _ doeso't get much money!

veggie burger lettuce onion


tomato corn on the cob salad

B Look at the phrases from Exercise 3A and draw lines to show the linking. and~a


salad too, please

2 corn on the cob

3 and some onions on the burger

4 a hamburger in a roll

5 with onion and tomato 6 with lettuce and onion



5.5 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.

VOCABULARY cooking 4

Complete the words about food and cooking with the letters from the alphabet (A-Z). Use each letter only once.

s w ee t 2 sa __ t 3 to s __ ir

FUNCTION ordering in a restaurant

4 spi __ es

5 __ rea __ fast


Put the words in the correct order.


ready / you / order / to / are?

Are you ready to order?


Customer: soup, / like / I'd / onion / please / some 2

- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - -


like / a / you / would / course / main? 3

- - - - - - -- - - - - - - - - - -

Customer: some / could / lamb / I / roast / have? 4



you / would / like / what / vegetables? 5

- - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -

Customer: I / and / have / please / potatoes / peas, / can ) 6

- - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -


drink / something / to? 7

- - - - -- - - - - - - - - - -

Customer: I / some / mineral/have / could / water? 8

- - - - - -- - - - - - - - - -



6 __ u __ ce

8 to mi __ 10 to tur __ o __ er II

noo __ le __



7 to s __ uee __ e 9 so __ sa __ ce


m z a

12 __ ark __ t 13 to d __ op 14 __ i I

15 ve __ et __ bles 16 __ an

h •


17 __ is __

n r


e w y

q •




GRAMMAR was/were

VOCABULARY dates and times


4A Write how you say the dates.

Complete the sentences with the correct form of



Jan and I were in Paris at the weekend. It 2.W,-"a",-S_ _ expensive, but interesting. 2 Simon and his wife yesterday. They 3 I

(not) at the theatre at the cinema.

late, but the teacher

'March the nineteenth. nineteen fifty-nme' 'The nineteenth of March. nineteen fifty mne.

2 1/512010

3 31/312002

(not) angry.

4 Louise _ _ _ sorry that you _ _ _ (not) at her party.

4 30/10/1995 _________________________

5 We _ _ _ _ in New York last summer and the people _ _ _ _ very friendly.

5 26/112005

6 The film _ _ _ _ (not) funny, but the popcorn _ _ _ _ really good!

6 13/10/1957 ________________________


7 21/5/1910

Write the questions and short answers. Paul Newman - actor? .I Canadian? 1

a) Was Paul Newman an actor? b) Was he Canadian?

Yes. he was. No. he wasn't.

8 61111805


2 Beatrix Potter - writer?.I English?.I

B 6.1 Listen and tick the dates you hear in the list in Exercise 4A. Which one don't you hear?

a) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ b) ____________________

5 Add on, in, ago, yesterday or last to each sentence. Some sentences have two correct answers.

3 Beethoven and Wagner - dancers? 1 German?.I a) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

on 1 last

b) ____________________

It was very cold j Fr.iday.

4 Confucius - doctor? 1 Chinese?.I

2 I was at university 1995.

a) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3 He wasn't at home a week.

b) ____________________ 5 Che Guevara and Eva Peron - singers? 1 Argentinian?.I a) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

4 We were at the party weeke nd . 5 Were you at work Wednesday?

b) _____________________ 6 My parents were both eighty years o ld year.


Complete the sentences with the correct form of be in he present or past. jan 'S quite talkative now, but he wasn 't very talkative when he was a child.


There a lot of people in the office yesterday only one person here afternoon, but there now. 3 The weather (not) very nice last weekend, but it beautiful now. ~

My mother _ _ _ _ retired now. but most of her life she _ _ _ _ a teacher.

- W e _ __ _ (not) at home yesterday, but we _ ___ here today. :: The food here fine last week. but this meal _ _ _ _ (not) very good. _ _ __ (not) very well yesterday and no t) well today.

1 _ _ __

_ Svetlana at school with me when we were children and now she a famous politician.

= n ere t there can see you e matter? You

a lot of people at the concert last night, (not) many here tonight. (not) very happy today. What's OK yesterday.

7 The children were tired morning. and today, too. 8 It was cold July. 9 We were in the cafe afte rnoon. 10 Simon was here ten minutes, but he isn't here now.


Read the article and tick the best title.

Work and friendship don't mix

2 Film star romances


ritney and Justin, Kate and Leonardo ... celebrities who have something in common : a close friendship.

Some film stars were friends when they were children. Americans Leonardo DiCaprio and Tobey McGuire (Spid~rman) were good friends, starting when they were child actors looking for work on the same films and TV shows.


Famous friends

Of course there are stars who don't want to be friends with other stars. Hugh Grant says he doesn't like spend ing t ime with other actors. 'I don't have any actor friends; Grant says, 'I'm friends on the film and then I walk away:

Work often brings famous people together. Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears were on the Mickey Mouse Club Show, a children's TV programme, together when they were eleven years old. George Cloon ey and Brad Pitt were co-stars in Ocean's Eleven, and are very close now. Sometimes friends in real life play lovers on screen, and that can be difficult. Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio are good friends, but they don't have a romantic relationship. In th e film Titanic, for both of them the kissing scenes were strange. 'It was like I was kissing my brother; says Kate.

B How do the stars know each other? Are they friends from c~ildhood (C) , friends from work (W) , or doesn't the article say (?)? Tick the correct box. Sometimes two answers are possible.

c Leonardo and Tobey




Justin and Britney

D Complete the sentences with the words in the box. Then read the article again and check.

I away




for (x2)

in (x4)

The celebrities in the article all have something _ _ _ _ common. 2 Leo nardo and Tobey were ch ild actors looking _ _ __ work on the same films. 3 Work brings famous people _ _ __ 4 George Clooney and Brad Pitt were co-stars _ _ __

George and Brad Kate and Leonardo

Ocean's Eleven. 5 Sometimes friend s _ _ _ _ real life play lovers on screen. 6 The kissing scenes the film Titanic were strange both Kate and Leonardo.

C Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? I Leonardo and Tobey were on the same TV show together. F 2 George and Brad are good fri end s. 3 Kate and Leonardo were real life lovers. 4 Kate doesn't think it was easy to be in a romantic film with Leonardo. 5 Hugh Grant has got a lot of actor friends. 6 He's unfriendly w hen he works with other actors.


7 Hugh Grant doesn't want to be friend s stars.


8 He says he's fri ends _ _ _ _ the film and then he walks

GRAMMAR past simple 1A Complete the life story of Anita Roddick. Use the past simple form of the verbs in the box.

2A How do you pronounce -ed in past simple verbs? Write the past simple form of the regular verbs below in the correct place in the table. wefk

gro',,, I:Ip leave open (x2) die meet travel come have go work get married study



It! Anita Roddick started The Body Shop, the first 'green' cosmetics* company. She was born Anita Perelli in the UK in 1942 and 1 grew up in Littlehampton in the south of England. Her parents 2 from Italy and she 3 three brothers and sisters. After she 4_ _ _ _ _ school, Anita

5_ __

to Bath College and

become a

6_ _ _ _ _ to



change love play finish start help try enjoy travel hate






6.2 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.

teacher. After college, she 7 all around Gordon Roddick the world. Then she 8 and they 9_ _ _ _ _ in 1970. Anita and Gordon 10 a restaurant and then a hotel. At the same time Anita 11 _ _ _ __ for the United Nations.

C Write the past simple of the irregular verbs below.

3 speak

9 write

She 12 the first Body Shop in Brighton, England, in 1976. The shop 13 only fifteen items with only natural ingredients. It now sells over 300 items to 77 million customers and in 2004 was the twenty-eighth top name in the world of business. Anita Roddick 14 in 2007. She left behind a husband and two daughters.

4 grow

10 sleep

S wake


6 teach

12 buy



2 meet

B Correct the information. Use the negative form of e verb. Anita lived in Italy.

Anita didn't live in Italy. She w ent to Bath University. 3 She became a teacher.

8 draw


6.3 Listen to the vowel sound in the verbs. Write them in the correct place in the table.





*cosmetics = make-up, for example lipstick, mascara, hand cream

7 know


GRAMMAR past simple: questions 3

Write questions about Anita Roddick. Where did her barents come from?

Her parents came from Italy. 2 Where _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ ____ She grew up in Littlehampton. 3 Howmany _________________ She had three brothers and sisters. 4 What _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ After school, she went to Bath College. S When ____________________________

After college she stayed at home.

She got married in 1970. 6 Where _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____

- She and her husband started a cafe.

She opened the first Body Shop in Brighton. 7 When ________________________________

She had a son.

She died in 2007.

LISTENING 4A Read the information about Zsilan and Lin . Then tick the correct box fo r sentences 1-5.

Mi:J name is ZS·llan. I was born in sei]-ins on Mai:J ffl, 1qq7 Mi:J ,eal parents ale d.ead., bLL+ an ~LLs-t,alian man and. woman ad.op+ed. + me, and. now +hei:J ale m!:J mLLrnmi:J and. d.ad.d.~J Now I live ·In S!:Jd.nei:J

(YI:; Y1O. me.. is LiYl. M:; biv-thdc.:; is Mo.:; 'Dth. 1 wo.S bov-Yl iYl Be..ijiYl~. 1 JOYl 't v-e..yne.ynbe..v- m:; v-e..a.1 po. V-e..Y1+s ) but YlOW 1 ho.ve.. Aus+V-o.l io.Yl po.V-e..Y1+s o.YlJ 1 live.. iYl Me..lboume... *adopt = take into a new family

True Zs IIM'



and un are from China.

ere born on same year.


e same day in the

I Kasia didn 't study last night. She fe lt too tired . 2 She needed some fresh air. She went out for a walk.

4 They live in different cities in Australia.


3 It was a warm evening. T here were a lot of people in the street.

They know each other.

® 6.4

4 They looked happy. T hey weren 't very friendly.

Listen and check.

C Listen agai n and underlin e t he correct answer. I Philip and Denise adopted Zsilan in 199912005. 2 They brought her home when she was about one/ two. 3 At first, Zsilan was very happy/ unhappy. 4 They put letters / a photo on the website.

6 The girls met in Sydney/Melbourne. 7 They loved/ didn't like each other from the first moment. 9 They like dancing and swimming/singing.

I 0 They found out they were sisters when they were


6.5 Complete the sentences from the recording w ith t he words in the box. Then listen and check.

Philip: She was, er, 2

at first

a lot



I two years o ld, but there was a problem ...

Denise: Yes, she was a 3 intell igent little girl, but at first she was also 4 quiet. She ate 5 . . . but she didn't talk 6_ _ __ we didn't know what to do. Philip: Yes, she was

7_ _ _ _


6 They didn't talk very much. They were happy to be together agai n. 7 Kasia drank coffee; he didn't drink anything. He wasn 't thirsty.

9 Kasia tried the number. It didn't work. She isn't very happy now.

Kasia didn't study last night because she felt too tired. She needed some fresh air ...

8 The girls lived/didn 't live together.


5 She met an old friend. They went to a cafe.

8 T hey w anted to meet again. He gave her his phone number.

5 Zsilan and Lin looked the same/different.

very (x2)

Join each sentence in 1-9 with because, so, and or

but. Then write a paragraph.

3 Their Australian parents adopted* them .


WRITING becouse,so, ond, but

VOCABULARY weekend activities


Ci rcle the best answer to show interest.

A: What did you do on Saturday?


Complete the poem w ith the past simple form of t he verbs in t he box. go (x2)

w atch (x 2)

play (x2)

go for

stay (X2)

B: I had lunch with my grandparents. A: a) It was nice. <6Ifh-h==at=s-o-u-n-~

2 A: Did you have a good day yesterday? B: No, we went for a walk and it rained!

'I Iwent shopping and 2 then 3_ _ _ _ some golf and 'We 5 and all 6 '17 and 8

A: a) Really? That sounds interesting.

TV 4_ _ _ _


with friend s in Amsterd am clubbing till 3a.m.' a DVD at home the piano all alone.'

'W ell my weekend was really great. I9 at home an d cooked, and ate.'

B Read the poem aloud .

b) So what did you do? 3 A: Did you have a good weekend?

B: I wasn 't very well so I stayed in bed. A: a) That sounds awful. 4 A: How was you r weekend?

b) It was terrible.

B: Fantastic , thanks!

A: a) Wh y, what did you do? b) Really? That sounds fantastic.

5 A: Did you do anything special at the weekend?

FUNCTION making conversation

B: N o, we just stayed at home and relaxed. A: a) That sounds terrible.


b) That sounds lovely.

Put the word s in the correct order.

weekend / how / your / was?

How was your weekend?

2 did / do / what / you?

B 6.6 Listen to the conversations and rea d aloud at the same time.

LEARN TO keep a conversation going

3 did / what / see / film / you?

4 Complete the conversation with phrases a)-i) below. W rite the correct letter.

4 good / it / w as?

A: Hi, Jamala. How was your weekend?

B: OK, thanks.

5 with / go / you / who / did ? 6 on / you / did / what / do / Sund ay?

A: Did you go to Gerhardt's jazz concert? B: Yes, I did. I...!.h' --_ _ A: Really? 2_ _ __ B: W ell, no, there weren't ...

7 you / did / go / where?

A: That sounds bad!

3 _ _ __

4 _ _ __

B: Gerhardt's mother and father, but 5_ _ __

8 music / w as / how / the?

A: That's good. 6_ _ __

9 did / get / you / time / what / back?

A: That's quite early.

B: N o, I didn 't.

7_ _ __ 8_ _ __

B: He was happy. 9_ _ __


now / tired / you / are? a) they enjoyed it.

B Match answers a)-j) with questions 1- 10 above. a) With my cousi n, Ian. 5 n) Great! The bands were fantastic! ) Well, on Saturday we w ent to the cinema. Perfect!

e) The new Batman film. , To Hyde Park, in London. :; On Sunday I went to a rock festival with Fran. ~

Yes, very good. No, I feel fin e. After midnight.

b) Did you get home late? c) W ho were the other people? d) How did Gerhardt feel about it? e) only me and two other people. f) The concert ended at about ten o'clock. g) Were there many people there?

h) It was vel y good . i) He loves playing, so it wasn't a problem for him.





Com plete the forum entries with the correct form of t he verbs in

Look at the fo r um entries in

Exercise lA and fi nd:

the box.

two rooms in a house be (X S)


buy (x2)



go (x2)

have (x2)



living room. kitchen 2 two pieces of furniture

00 YOU remember the 60s? ~i~ Well , UJe l--'w-'-'e"-re"--_ _ _ _ _ a typical family. We (not) poor ... We 3_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ the


3 four electronic items


same kind of furn iture as noUJ. In the living room there 4 armchairs, a sofa and a black and UJhite television . We 5 our first colour TV in 1968. Doris K We 6_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (not) food at the supermarket and every morning a man 7 our house. Terry G

fresh milk, bread and eggs to

After school , my friends and I 8 to the corner shop next to the post office . For ten pence UJe got five big bars of chocolate and 9 it a ll! John M There UJas so much neUJ technology - there

5 four places in town

B Put the letters in order to make words and phrases. Start with the underlined letters.

10 _ _ _ _ _ _ __

neUJ mach ines in the kitchen and the garden, and neUJ styles of cars. I remember my first pocket calculator - it 11 _ _ _ _ _ _ __ amazing! Of course, UJe 12 home computers ... life UJas nice and sloUJ .

4 four weekend activities

(not) mobile phones or Eloise B

b) poba~urd c) sholoc d) remmoy ckit~ e) deeshaphon

When I think of the 1960s I think of family. We alUJays 13 things together. We UJere a big family UJith three of us boys and five girls. At the UJeekend UJe 14 football or other games and UJe often 15 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ for UJalks. Sometimes UJe UJent to the theatre in

g) bedra:yyor

tOUJn and 16 UJe UJere together.

j) trahomoh

a play . The important thing UJas that

Winston T

dining room

a) iigQnn m[oo

f) yat~ ni deb h) og glibbun~ i) ummsue

C A dd w ords a) -j) to groups 1-

5 in

Exercise 2A . B Complete the questions.


D oris and her fam il y / poor?

Were Doris and her family poor?

Find t w elve f ood words in the puzzle.


















































































2 W hen / her fam il y / buy / their first colour TV?

3 Terry's fam il y / go shopping for food / at the supermarket?

4 Where / they / buy / mil k / bread / eggs?

5 How much / choco late / John and his friends / get / for ten pence?

6 H ow many / brothers and sisters / Winston / have?

C Write answers for questions 1-8 in Exercise lB. No. they weren't. 4 2




REVIEW AND CHECK 2: U GRAMMAR countable / uncountable nouns

VOCABULARY life story verbs

4A Add -s where necessary to the food on the list.

6A Complete the life story of a famous man . Use t he past simple form.

2- KilOf> of orange.Q I


Kilo of apple.

2- paC.Ke.tf> of paf>ta

1/2- Kilo of c.he.e.f>e. I

tin of be.an

bag of ric.e.


c.artonf> of milK


Kilo of c.arrot

B Underline the correct alternatives in the phone call.

A: Hi , Jo. Where are you? B: Hi. I'm at the supermarket. I left the shopping list at work. Can I check some th ings? IHow much / How many fruit have we got? A: Let me look. 2No / Non e. B: OK. 3How much / How many vegetables 4is / are there?

A: Lots, but we haven't got ssome / any potatoes. And we need 60 / some spaghetti. Maybe two packets? B: Right. 7/s / Are there

80 /

He was Iborn in Germany in 1879. He 2st<-_ _ __ violin when he was very young, but he hated it. When he was fifteen. his father 310 his job and the fam ily 4mo___ to Italy. He wasn't a very good student, and at 16, he sle Italy for Switzerland to finish his studies. and he 6 me his future wife Mileva there. He 7fi his studies and two years later, he 8fo, _ _ __ a job with the Swiss government. He and Mileva married in 1903. and they IOh,~a_ _ __ 9go three children. In 191 I. he II be a professor at the University of Zurich . He and his second wife, Elsa. 12we to America in 1932. and 13bo a house in New Jersey. His name was famous in the years after. in connection with atomic energy and the equation E=MC2. He 14di in 1955.

B Who is the famous man?

any water?

A: Yes, we've got 90 / some bottle in the fridge, but we haven't got IOsome / any mi lk. Can you buy three cartons?

FUNCTION shopping; ordering food

B: Sure. That's all , thanks. See you soon!


VOCABULARY prepositions (I) and (2) SA Look at the picture. Tick four true sentences. Correct th e false sentences.

Put the words in the correct order. At a clothes shop_ a) on ly / got / a / sorry, / we've / medium Sorry. we've only got a medium. b) help / can / you / I? c) small. / too / it's / anyway. / thanks

d) large / a / in / got / this / you / have? 2 At a restaurant a) yes, / like / with / potatoes / rice / I'd / chicken / and / the

The oranges are next to the bread. The cheese is between the beans and the carrots.

b) would / what / like / drink / and / you / to?

3 The pasta is behind the rice. ,:. The apples are on the left of the oranges. S The grapes are in front of the carrots.

c) order / to / ready / you / are?

, The bread is above the grapes and the carrots. The apples are between the rice and the oranges. The beans are on the right of the carrots.

d) I / can / glass / of / water, / have / please / a / mine ral?

B Put the conversations above in the correct order. At a clothes sho p: B ~ RC2.1 Listen and check.

2 At a restaurant:

lL __ _


TEST Circle the correct option to complete the sentences. I

17 Th e letter 0 is

a balcony? a) Has it

a) near

b) Is there

c) Are there

b) was

c) were

a) Was Victor

a) theatre

b) sports centre c) cinema

a) some

b) a

5 I

b) staied

a) twO weeks ago b) in two weeks c) last two weeks

James _ _ __

a) vegetabl es

a) too big c} too much big II

13 We met

a) on

for me . b) no t e nough big

15 Greg, a) are there any

c) I li ked.

b) You can

c) Do you can

b) ro ll s

c) tubes

cheese o n the table . b) are some

c) 's some

26 I loved languages when I was at school, _ _ __ became an English teacher. a) so

b) because

c) then

27 How _ _ _ _ do we nee d for the recipe? b) Where

c) How many

b) in fro nt of

c) next to

2005 .

b) in b) did you go

b) many eggs

c) much app les

a) on the right of b) on left of

c) on the left

29 Do you like _ _ __ b) sardines

c) a sardi ne

30 A: That jacket looks good o n you. B: Thanks. I _ _ __

c) did you we nt

bread? b) is the re a

a) many fruit

28 Kieron, can you stand _ _ _ _ Stefan, please?

a) sardine

c) at

14 Where _ _ _ _ at the weekend? a) you did go

c) vegtables

visit the museum in the evenings? a) Can you

a) 's a

12 Don't stand _ _ _ _ the television , I can't see! a) be hind

b) vegatables

b) I did .

a) mugs

tins of baked beans have we got? a) How much

b) didn't wanted c) didn't want

22 A: Did you li ke the film? B: Yes, _ _ __

25 The re

b) Does she can c) Can she

10 These jeans are

c) I'd like

24 Two _ _ _ _ o f coffee, please .

go to work by bus? a) Cans she

b) I like


b) 'm just looking c) just looking

b) a year ago a) e last year c) in 8th December 9

a) Could I

a) I did li ke.

B: Thanl<.S, 1 _ _ __ e sa

some chicken soup, please.

2 1 Would you like any _ _ __

7 A: Can I help you?


c) Victor was

B: Yes.

a) no wanted

c) stayed

6 Jessie and Karl got married _ _ __

a us

b) W ere Victor

20 We had a great ho liday. I _ _ _ _ to come home .

c) any

at home on Saturday.

a) staid

c) next to

19 A: Are you ready to order?

3 You can watch plays at the _ _ __ 4 We've got _ _ _ _ butter in the frid ge.

b) above

18 _ _ _ _ at the party last night?

2 Yesterday we _ _ _ _ in the Czech Republic. a) we nt

B in the alphabet.

a) have it b) ' II take it c) 'm not sure abou t

c) is there any

16 How much _ _ _ _ have we got? a) biscuits

b) toothpaste

c) baked beans






GRAMMAR comparatives

1 A Rewrite the sentences using the words in the box. You do not need two of the words.


Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Hondas are popular than Suzukis.

Hondas are more popular than Suzukis. 2 South Africa's hoter than Italy.

empty noisy cheap boring uncomfortable slow expensive quiet fast comfortable crowded interesting There were no visitors in the museum . The museum w as

3 I'm more old than my brother.

4 Indian food is spicyer than English food.

--"e,,-,m~p,-,;tY1--_ _

2 This bed's very hard - I can' t relax on it.

5 Lena's intelligenter than me.

This bed's _ _ _ __ 3 The train travels at 165 kilometres an hour. The train is very _ _ _ __

6 Cola is sweetter than lemonade.

7 Chinese is more difficult that English.

4 There were a lot of people on the beach. The beach was _ _ _ __

8 Crisps are badder for you than chips.

5 The book's good and has a lot of usefu l information. The book's _ _ _ __ 6 The hotel is perfect - no cars outside, no children around, so I can sleep all day. The hotel is _ _ _ __ 7 The car was $35,000 so he didn 't buy it. The car w as too _ _ _ _ _ for him. 8 I didn't li ke the fi lm. I slept for most of it. The fil m was _ _ _ __ 9 These jeans didn't cost a lot. These jeans w ere quite _ _ _ __

10 I can't sleep because of the party in the flat below. The party is very _ _ _ __

B ~ 7.1 listen and repeat the adjectives from Exercise lA. C listen again and write the adjectives in t he correct place according to the stress. 10




3 000



3 Complete the article with the comparative form of the adjectives in brackets.

Either ... or._? We ask singer and actress Sonia Haig to choose. Which is better .. . ? a: Singing or acting? A: Singing. Singing is 1 easier (easy) for me than acting. a: Healthy food or junk food? A: Junk food. I know healthy food is 2 (good) for me, but after a concert alii want is a pizza or a hamburger and chocolate! a: Relaxing on a beach or visiting an art gallery? A: Oh, visiting an art gallery because it's 3_ _ _ _ _ (interesting). Sitting on a beach is boring. a: Dinner at a restaurant or dinner at home? A: That's a difficult question. I like cooking, but I like having dinner at a restaurant because it's 4 (romantic) than eating at home. a: Family or friends? A: Family. I'm 5 (close) to my sister than to my friends and I phone my parents every day. a: Summer or winter? A: Well, I love looking at snow ... but winter is 6 (cold) and I prefer being hot. OK, summer. a: New York or Paris? A: I love Paris, but I love New York more because it's 7 (big) than Paris and I like all the shops. I have an apartment near Central Park. a: Cats or dogs? A: Dogs. They're 8_ _ _ (friendly) than cats!






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' READING 4A Read the emails. Are Tim and Mike good travel partners? Hi Dan,

Hi Lucy,

Mike and I arrived in Barcelon a on Satu rday. Th e first night we were in a self-cat ering apartm ent near the beach . I didn 't sleep we ll becau se it w as too noisy, so ye sterd ay I moved t o a hote l in th e city cent re. Mike stayed at th e apart me nt because it's quite che ap. My hot el' s very com fo rt abl e and quiet and it' s got Spani sh TV , so I can pract ise my Spanisn in the eveni ng s.

Tim and I are here in beautiful Barcelona. I'm in a self-catering apa rtment near the beach. It's not very comfortable , but I only go there to sleep. The f irst night there was a party next door and I danced until 3a.m . Tim said it was too noisy and he moved into a hotel in the city centre. He stays in his room in the evenings and watches TV! Can you believe it - watching TV on holiday!?

Yesterday Mike ca me with me to t he Picasso Museum . I thou gh t it was fantastic, but he wanted to leave aft er an hou r. He said it was boring, so we went to t he beach and met some local people and he talked to them for almost th ree hours .. . that was bor ing! Of course , he spoke in English because he doesn 't know m uch Spani sh.

Yest erday we went to the Picasso Museum. Wel l, it was OK ... for about an hour ... but Tim wanted t o stay there all day! You know me ... I like relaxi ng on the beach and meet ing peop le - yesterday I met som e gre at people from Madrid and we ch atted al l afternoon.

Last night I wanted to go to a restauran t to try t he local food, but Mike said it was too expensive. We ent 0 a cheap snack bar and the food was awful.

Tim always wants to eat in expensive places, but I li ke buying f ood from shops and eating it on the beac h. Last night we went to a snack bar. The food was terrib le.

Hope you're




B Who do you think says sentences 1- 8? Write Tim (T), Mike (M) or both (T M) . I I haven 't got much money.


2 A g
C Read the emails again and answer the questions. I Which is more expensive: t he apartment or t he hotel?

the hotel 2 Which is further fro m t he city centre: t he apartment or the hotel?

3 Which is noisier in the even ings: the apartment or t he hotel? 4 W hich is more comfortable: t he apart ment or the hotel?

5 Who is more talkati ve: Tim or Mike? 6 W ho is more serious: Tim or Mi ke?

7 Who is better at speaking Spanish: Ti m or Mike? 8 Who is more laid back: Tim or Mike?



1 Complete the puzzle and find what you have when y go on holiday. a



2 3


5 6 7

8 9 10

I You have

GRAMMAR superlatives

B Write sentences about the holidays using the superlative of the adjective. I expensive The most expensive is Mountain adventure.


2 cheap

Read adverts A-C. Which holiday is good for:

3 comfortable

a family? 2 people who like relaxing?

4 noisy

3 people who like active holidays?

5 long

[;] V:=:=:~~================4-,

7 difficult

6 easy



A relaxing weekend at the beautiful 5-star Hanover Hotel. Swim in the warm sea and relax on the beach all day! Tennis courts a~d bicycles are available. The perfect laid-back holiday.

:.':\. (3 nights - €1 ,490 per person)

8 short 9 uncomfortable 10 cold

3A Write the questions. I What / long / word in this sentence?

What's the longest word in this sentence? 2 What / short / word on this page?

3 Which / interesting / text in units 1- 6 of this book?

MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE Mountain biking in the Indian Himalayas - spend the day biking and sleep in tents at night. Prepare for temperatures of -1 DOC! A real adventure for the sporty holidaymaker.

(10 days - €2,490 per person)

FAMILY FUN Caow Fall/ily I)as cvel',Yth il1g youl' ch ildre l1 l1eed to havc a good tio)e - a lovely hlue lake, al1 advcl1tul'C playg rOU l1d, o)iJ)i-goll' lll)d go-karts. St:lY il1 a selr-catel'iJ)g apartll1 CI1f. Sit baCH relax 8l1d let us give y~ur childl'cl1 tI)C holidav 'oj' a Iil'cth17c! . ((i

days - ESSO per rm17i1y)

4 Which / good / exercise on this page? 5 What / difficult / grammar point in English? 6 Who / happy / person in your family? 7 Who / friendly / person in your English class? 8 Which / bad / restaurant in town?

B Answer the questions in Exercise 3A.


WRITING checking and correcting

4A 7.2 Look at the map and listen to Nick's audio diary. Does his train go to or from Moscow?

SA Read the extracts from Nick's blog. Underline and correct ten more mistakes. Check: • the spelling • past tense forms • singular and plural

Hi, it's Nick again. We started


the day with a surprise - but not went a good one . Anton and I goed to the dining car for brekfast and there wasn't any food . That wasn't a big problem because

I had some biscuit and we B Read sentences 1-8 below and check any new words in your dictionary.

drinked some tea, but then we

I The Trans-Siberian train journey takes nine days.

went back for lunch and it was the same situation. The

2 The compartment



for two people.

3 An on doesn 't speak much English.

waiter telled us that there's a station where they usually get food , but the food truck wasn't there.

4 Nick can see snow, forests, villages, and lakes out of the window.

Nobody on the trai n was worried about this becaus

5 N ick and Anton buy food from women on the train .

almost everybody broght their own food . A guy called

6 They drink a lot of coffee on the train .

Egor gaves us half of his roast chicken and a Chinese

7 On the last evening of the journey, Nick went to a party.

8 Nick loved the Trans-Siberian train journey. C Listen to Nick's diary again. Are sentences 1-8 true (T) or false (F)?


Correct the false sentences.

couple gave us some bread . Peoples were so kind. Anto n and I t alke d about how to thank them ... so I tought them some English songs and it were real ly just a big party. My best day on the train!

I The Trans-Siberian train iourney takes seven days. B Write a short text about one day on a journey. It can be a real journey or an imaginary one. Write 80-100 words. Use the questions to help you. • Where were you? • How did you travel? • What happened? • Was it a good day?

C Check and correct any mistakes.


3 Read the information and look at the map. Circle the correct number of the dest ination.

VOCABULARY places (2) ,

Add the missing vowels to make places in towns. sq __ r_

2 c_r p_rk

Walking tours of Dublin 1 To Dublin Castle From the Tourist Information Office, go to College Green and turn left. Go down College Green and Dame Street, and turn lef~t.o Castle Street. It's on the left and number Ia [email protected] Ic on your map.

3 sw_mm_ng p __ 1 4 th __ tr _

5 I_br _ry

8 t __ r _st _ nf _rm_t __ n

2 From Dublin Castle to Trinity College Go back to Dame Street and into College Green and the n left into College Street. Thrn right into Pearse Street, and then take the first right. It's number 2a I 2b I 2c on your map.

FUNCTION giving directions

3 From Trinity College to St. Stephen's Green Go back to Pearse Street and turn left, then left into College Street and then Grafton Street, and finally Nassau Street. Thrn right into Dawson Street, and go straight ahead until the end. You can see it in front of you. It's number 3a I 3b I 3c on your map.

7 _rt g_lI_ry


Look at the map of Dublin, Ireland, and complete the conversation . Speaker A is at Pearse Street station (START) and wants to go to the Tourist Information Office (TO.

A: Excuse me. Can you tell me the I way

to the

Tourist Information Office. please? B: Sure. Go down here and 2 right into Lincoln Place and then right again into Nassau Street. A: OK.

B: Then go



4 From St. Stephen's Green to the National Gallery Come out of St. Stephen's Green and go down Kildare Street. At the end, turn right, and go straight on down Clare Street. The National Gallery is on your right, number 4a I 4b I 4c on your map.

LEARN TO check and correct directions 4A Look at the mSp and correct A's information in sentences 1- 6 .

on down Nassau Street. Go Kildare Street and 5 Street.

A: So, the park's between the cinema and the pharmacy. B: No, it 's behind pharmacy.

A: O K, so I stay o n Nassau Street. B: Yes, unti l the end but then don't tu rn right 6_ _ __ Grafton Street.

the cinema and the

A: Not Grafton Street, OK.

2 A: So the supermarket 's between the cinema and the pharmacy. B: No, it's between _ __ _ _ _ __

B: Go straight 7 , into a small street ... I forget the name ... and the Tourist Info rmation O ffice is on the

3 A: So, the cinema is the fourth building on the left. B: No, it's _ _ _ _ __ _ _

8_ _ __

A: Great. Thank you!

4 A: So, the cafe is the fourth building on the left. B: No, it's _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 5 A: So, the post office is opposite the bank. B: No, it's opposite _ __ _ _ _ __ 6 A: So, the town hall is opposite the bank. B: No, it's

the bank.








B Circle the stressed word in each of 6 's answers.

I B: No, it's~he cinema and the pharmacy.


7.3 Listen and check. Then list en and repeat.




C Write the questions.

present continuous

I W hat / Megan / read?

What 's Me~an

Write the -ingform of the verbs. do



2 W ho / Zoe / talk to?

2 have 3 run

3 W here / Zoe and Paolo / sit?

4 stay

5 swim

4 How many bags / Jo and Sam / carry?

6 sleep 7 write

5 Who / Wesley / take / a photo of?

8 try 9 begi n

6 W hat / Roger / do?

10 give


Complete the sentences with the present continuous form of the verbs. jake'S Qla~Jn~ (sing).

2 Wesley

(play) the guitar and sin~in~ (take) a photo of Jake.

7 Who / laugh? 8 What / Zoe / drinking?


Look at the picture below and answer the questions

3 Jo and Sam

(stand) near Jake and (listen) to him.

from Exercise 2C.

4 Roger

(walk) near Jake but he (not listen) to him.


5 Megan coffee. 6 Paolo and Zoe They

7 Lisa

8 Philip

(si t) and

(drink) a

She's readin~ a

ma~azine .

3 4

(chat) with each other. (not) watching Jake. (look) at some bags.

5 6 7

(sell) a bag to Kalila.


B Look at the picture and use the information in Exercise 2A to label the people.



CJ c


- ,



3 Put the words in order to make questions. Then write short answers about you .

WRITING pronouns

I you / are / shoes / wearing?

6A Read the story. Who took Julia's phone?

Are you wearing shoes? Yes. I am. / No. I'm not.

On Friday night, David, Julia and I went to the Rock Club. lJulia and David are fun and I like 2Julia an d David a lot. The club was busy, but 3David, Ju lia and I found a table.

2 your / is / ringing / phone?

3 are / pen / a / with / exercise / this / doing / you?

Julia put her mobile phone on the table, but after an hour 4Julia saw that 5Julia's phone wasn't there, and she was very angry. Then I had a good idea. I phoned 6Julia's number, and 7Julia, David and I heard 8Julia's phone ringing.

4 room / other / the / sitting / are / people / in / any?

5 music / is / room / the / in / playing? 6 exercise / enjoying / are / this / you?

David started laughing, and then 9David took Julia's phone out of lODavid's pocket and gave llJulia's phone back to 12Julia. David thought this was funny, but Julia was very angry with 13David, so she took 14David's phone and threw 15David's phone out of the window ! Now 16David and Julia aren't speaking to each other.

7 teacher / is / your / writing / the / board / on? 8 your / drinking / classmates / coffee / are?

VOCABULARY verbs with prepositions


Complete the sentences with prepositions. Kim's over there. He's chatting to


2 I'm waiting _ _ _ _ the train . 3 Diana, can you take a photo _ _ _ _ the class? 4 What are you listening _ _ __

5 We read

the w edding yesterday in the


6 I can't come at the moment. I'm _ _ _ _ the phone.

7 Hazel is on holiday. At the moment she's lying _ _ __ a beach in Goa.

8 Harry looked _ _ _ _ his watch . Jean was thirty minutes late.

B Replace the underlined nouns in the story w ith


pronouns. I They

SA 8.1 Listen and match phone conversations 1-5 with the correct places a)-e) . Conversation I ' " Conversation 2

a) tennis match

~ b) fashion show

2 3 4 5

Conversation 3

c) art gallery

Conversation 4

d) concert


Conversation 5

e) ticket office



B Listen again and underline the correct alternative for each conversation . The woman really likes / doesn't like the paintings. Nellie wants / doesn't want to go to the concert. 3 The woman is in / going into a concert. ~


9 _ _ _ __

10 _ _ _ __ II

12 _ _ __

Felicity says she wants / doesn't want to meet for a coffee.


All / Some o(the people are wearing bl ack.

14 _ __ __ 15 _ _ __ _ 16 _ _ _ __

8.2 VOCABULARY appear ance 1A

Read sentences 1- 6 below and label the men in the picture.

- om's go long dar!< hair and a moustache. He 's slim.


e's go short dark hair and a moustache. He's sli m.

4 Sam's go

ery short dark hair and a beard. He isn 't very slim.

S Robert's got short dark hair, a moustache and a beard. He's very slim. 6 Bruce's got short dark hair. He isn't very slim.

B Describe the women in t he picture. I Meg 'S got long blonde hair and she's slim.

2 Belinda _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3 Jay-----------------------------------------4 Keira _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

GRAMMAR present simple/continuous


Und erline t he correct altern atives.

Gerald: Hi, Bruno. It's me, Gerald, What Ida you do / are you doin~? Bruno: I 2have / 'm having a coffee with Carla. What about you? Gerald: I 3sit / 'm sitting at my desk as usual. So you 4don't work / aren't working today. Bruno: I am , but I Sdon't usually start / 'm not usually starting work before ten o'clock. Gerald: How's Carla?

3 Complete the conversations w ith the present simple or present continuous form of the verbs in brackets, Conversation I

A: So who does the housework in your family?

B: We all I do

(do) it. In fact my wife 2 (cook) dinner right now, and my daughter 3_ _ _ __ (help) her.

A: And what 4 you ________ (do) to help at the moment? (watch) TV! There are B: 15 too many people in the kitchen . Conversation 2

A: W hy 6_ _ _ _ _ (wear) black today? You 7 (not usually wear) black.

Bruno: OK, but she 6doesn 't like / isn't liking her job at the hospital.

B: What do you mean? I always a (wear) it!

Gerald: Oh, why not?

Conver sat ion 3

Bruno: W ell, she 7 works / 's working from I I a.m. till midnight every day.

A: Hi, Geoff. It's me. Where are you?

Gerald: That sounds hard. aDoes she look / Is she looking for a new job?

B: I 9

Bruno: Yes, I think so. She 9100ks / is looking in the newspaper and on the internet every day.

A : W hy? You 10_ _ _ _ _ usually _ __ _ _ (not stand).

Gerald: Really? Because 10, phone / I'm phoning about a job opening here. Office work, not very interesting but the money isn't bad . Perfect for Carla.

B: No, I usually II (get) a seat, but this is a later train . Where are you?

A: I

Bruno: Hey, Carla - good news, it's Gerald ...

B: Oh, sorry. I forgot to tell you I'm late!


(stand) on the train .

(wait) at the station.




8.2 VOCABULARY clothes 4




Use the pictures to complete the crossword.



READING SA Read the article and underline the best alternative in these sentences. Wool /Cotton clothes are warmer than wool/cotton clothes. 2 American soldiers started wearing T-shirts because they were warmer / more comfortable. 3 Now people wear T-shirts because they're comfortable and cheap / popular all over the world.

THE T-SHIRT IS HERE TO STAY It's hard to think of life without T-shirts. But the word 'T-shirt' only became a word in the English dictionary in the 1920s, and the style only became popular in the 1960s. In the Second World War, American soldiers wore wool uniforms, and they were very hot and uncomfortable in the European summers. The American soldiers saw that European oldiers weren't hot because they wore a light cotton vest under their shirt. After that, all the soldiers in the American army started wearing cotton vests. a men wore T-shirts under their shirts - T-shirts were underwear. Then in the 1950s, three American film stars (John Wayne, Marlon Branda and James Dean) surprised evelyone by wearing their 'underwear' in films. In the 1960s. it became easier to put words and pictures on T-shirts. By the late 60s, rock and roll bands and sports teams started to make big money selling T-shirts with their logos and team names on them. After that, T-shirts became popular not just in the USA, but all over the world. People wear T-shirts to express themselves with words and slogans and because they are comfortable, cheap and can be fun . T-shirts will be popular for a long, longtime.

B Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? I T-shirts became popular in the I 920s.


2 American soldiers bro ught T-shirts to Europe.

3 For many years T-shirts were und e rwear. 4 American movie stars surprised peo ple when they took their T-shirts off.

C Match the words from the article with their dennitions. uniform,-

2 light

a) a piece of underwear that people (often men) can wear under a shirt or top b) special clothes that peo ple wear for a job or school

3 vest

c) to show your feelings , your ideas o r your personality

4 logo

d) a short, clever phrase that an organ isation uses, e.g. Nike's 'Just do it.'


5 Putting pictures on T-shirts started in the 1980s. 6 T-shirts are popular all over the world .

5 to express 6 slogan

e) not heavy; good in hot weather f) a symbo l for a group or an organisation, e.g. the Appl e C omputer Company's app le.

VOCABULARY types of film 1A Add the vowels. I act~~n f ~ Im

FUNCTION recommending 2 Put the words in the box in the correct places in the conversation. You do not need two of the words.

2 h_ rr _ r f _ 1m 3 sc _-f _

recommend called you


4 m _ s_c _ 1

5 r_m_nt _ c f _lm 6 c_m_ dy 7 dr_ m _

B Match the film reviews with the types of film above.

about kind





A: Do you want to w atch a fil m? B: Sorry, I'm busy.


A: Oh . Well then, I can youf a good film? B: Hmmm ... 2What of films do you li ke?

A: Horror films, action film s .. . B: Do you like sci-fi?

inety minutes in the scary world of vampire and blood... 2

A: I don't know many sci-fi films. B: 3There's a good film The Matrix.

A: 4W hat 's it?



B: It's about the future and the way machines contro l us ...

Childhood friends Je i a and Tim meet after ten year . and they want to be more than ju (good friend

A: SWho's it? B: Keanu Reeves. Laurence Fishburne ... Carrie-Ann Moss.

A: Oh. she's good.

B: Yeah. I think so. It's very exciting. I rea lly enjoyed it.

A: l Can I it?

Gene alker i a modern-day Fred taire. dancing and singing hi s way through the treet of Cordoba .. .

A: OK, thanks.



New York police officer Jack Hare takes a holiday in Miami , but find s himself working to save the country from a te rrori st attack .. .

60 0 you think 'd like it?

B: Oh , I haven't got it. but you can rent it from the DVD shop.

link words


3A 8.2 Listen and write the consonant-vowel links in the sentences below. Are you looking for~a film?

2 Is it an action film?


3 Is anyone famous in it? 4 Do you want to borrow a DVD?

A farmer in France wakes up and finds that all hi s animals can speak ... Chinese. Lots of laug hs as the farmer teaches himself Chinese to talk to the animals.

5 I haven 't got a DVD player.



A small fndi an village has a visit from space touri sts - a lien from another galaxy. A urprise as the ali ens have more to learn from the local s than they think ...

6 I've got it on video.

B Listen again and repeat.

® 8 .3

Listen and circle the sentence you hear.

I a) A re you looki ng for a film? b) A re you looking for a friend?

2 a) Is it an acti on film? b) Is it an interesting film?

3 a) Is Anna Faris in it? b) Is anyone famous in it?

@] Sally Bonner loses her parents in a train acc ident. She is blind and grows up alone with no friends ... but then Edmund , her teacher, helps Sally learn to play the piano.

4 a) D o you want to borrow a DVD? b) Do you want to buy a DVD? 5 a) I haven't got a DVD player. b) I haven't got a CD player. 6 a) I've got it on video. b) I've got an old video.





VOCABULARY transport collocations

\ bus


Label pictures A -I.

B Match sentences 1-9 w ith pictures A -I. It's got two wheels, you get on and off it and it doesn't use petrol. C 2 It's usually got two pilots and can carry a lot of people. 3 It's got four wheels and you pay the driver at the end of the journey. 4 It's got four legs and you ride it. 5 It's got two wheels and it uses petrol. 6 It's got a lot of wheels and you need a ticket.


Complete the conversations with the correct form of the verbs below.


go by (x2)

go on


come by

get on

A: Can you tell me the way to the Sports Centre? B: Yes, you take the number 195 bus and you ~et off stop.

at the third

2 A: How did you travel to Paris? B: I

train .

3 A: Is this Kenji's first bike? B: Yes, and he

it everywhere.

4 A: What's the best way to get to the airport? B: You can go by bus or you can _ _ __ _

7 It hasn't got any wheels and it can't carry a lot of people.

5 A: How do you go to school?

8 It hasn't got any wheels, it uses no petrol, and it's free.

6 A: How does Stefanie go to work?

9 It's got four or more wheels and you pay at the start of the journey.


B: I usually B: She

a taxi.

foot. car.

7 A: Where are you? B: I'm at Berlin airport and I _ __ _ _ a plane to South Africa, so I can't talk. S A: Did you drive here? B: No, I








,. .

~ ~~

, 9.1

A commute is ...

B Match sentence halves 1-6 with a) - f) . W rite the line number from the article where you found the information. I jim won the contest because f - line 1·6

a) a type of transport

2 He was surprised to win because


Read the article and circle the correct answers.

b) the journey from home to work and back 3 He was happy about the money because

c) a part of a car. 2 jim Kendrick won $10,000 because ...

4 He does the commute because

a) he was the safest driver in Texas b) he drove the most ki lometres in one year

S He feels good when he drives because

c) he travelled the furthest to work. 6 He's thinking about changing jobs because

DO YOU THINK YOUR COMMUTE IS BAD:- TRY 640 KILOMETRES ADAY! Do you think gas' prices are too high?\ ell, be happy that you aren't Jim Kendrick of Texas in the U A.

b) he spends about $ 10,000 a year on gas. c) he thought so meone else drove further. d) gas prices are so high . e) he feels like a racing car driver. f) his commute was the longest.

5 Every weekday, Kendrick drives 320 kilometres from his home in an Antonio, Texas, to hi job at bleCargo in the port of Houston ... and then 320 10 kilometres back again! He leaves work at 5a. m. and gets home and has dinner with his wife at 9p.m.

GRAMMAR articles 4

For his daily journey, Kendrick 15 won the competition l\merica's Longest Commute'. His threeand-a-half-hour commute was longer than all the other 'The drive gives me a lot of people in the competition, and 20 is a lot more than the average energy. Sometimes, when I American commute of twenty- 35 drive my Ford Mustang down five minutes. the highway, I feel like a professional racing car driver.' 'I was surprised to win: said Kendrick, who won $10,000. How much longer does he want 25 'I was sure that someone else to do this commute? 'Another had a longer commute. But it's 40 five or ten years: Kendrick great - $10,000 is just enough to said. 'I don't see any reason to buy gas for another year.' stop. But gas prices are high, so maybe I need to look for a job Why does he do it? 'Well, my nearer home.' 30 wife and I have a beautiful house in San Antonio and our lifestyle is important to us.'

a) he doesn 't want to change his lifestyle .

' gas (American English) = petrol (British English)

Complete the text with a/an, the or no art icle (-). jim lives in I Q house near 2 San Antonio, Texas. He 's got _ _ _ _ job at AbleCargo in 4_ __ _ Houston, Texas, in 5 USA. AbleCargo is 6 shipping company, and jim's 7 engineer there. He drives seven hours every day, and gets 8 home at 8.30 and has 9 dinner at 9p.m . He likes 10 fast cars, and he drives II Ford Mustang. jim doesn 't commute at 12 weekend .


Add the (x6) and a/an (x4) to these sentences. One sentence does not need any extra words. the Yes,/bus station is down this street on left. 2 Rajiv is actor in Mumbai. 3 I haven 't got car, but I've got motorbike. 4 Town Hall opens at 9.30 in morning. S I love planes and flying. I always ask for window seat. 6 Keith often works at home in evening. 7 Is Manchester in UK? 8 I often go home by taxi at night.

VOCABULARY adjectives (I)


1A Complete the adjectives in this article about transport.

I go to work by rollerblades. It's a 1fast way to travel and it's very 2hea because I get lots of exercise. Sometimes it feels quite 3d an with so many cars around me, and it's a little 4inc because I need to change into shoes when I go into my office. But roller blades are a lot of fun.

9.1 Listen and check.

C Listen again and repeat. Write the adject ives in the correct place according to the stress.

10 fast






Read the article. How does the writer feel?








No more wheels!

Tony Jones, film producer

A shopkeeper speaks out I go everywhere by skateboard. True, it takes a long time to learn because it's 5dif_ _ __ to ride one, but it's very - when I 6 con go into a shop I just pick up the skateboard and carry it like a book! skateboard

Joel WiJliams, musician

I use my scooter all around the city. It's 7saf_ _ __ to ride it's Beas and it's more 9 com,_ _ __ than roller blades or a skateboard, because balancing isn't a problem. Sometimes you see scooters with motors on them, but those are really lo pol . 'Go green,' I say!

Nanci Levine, student

kick scooter

'I have a small food shop in the city centre, and I really don't like customers coming -into the shop on wheels. A businessman comes in on a kick scooter, and he thinks it's funny to do his shopping on the scooter. I don't think it's funny, I think it's dangerous. And the skateboarders, they ' re even worse. They say they ride skateboards because it's fast and convenient, you know, it's easy to pick up the skateboard when they walk into a shop, but they don't pick up the skateboard, they ride it up and down my shop. But the worst of all are the rollerbladers. They fly into the shop, of course they don ' t take off the rollerblades because it's inconvenient, and they crash into customers and knock things down . It's terrible! So now I have a new rule : 0 more wheels. Shoes only!'

B Read the article again . Are sentences 1-6 true (T) or false (F)? I The writer has a restaurant.


2 He thinks the businessman is a funny person. 3 To the writer, kick scooters are not safe . 4 He thinks kick scooters are are better than skateboards. 5 Skate boarders usually pick up their skateboards when they 're in his shop. 6 Ro llerbladers are the most dangerous, he th inks.





9.2 GRAMMAR can/can't, have to/don't have to


3A Complete the conversations with the correct form of can. A: Can I bark my car here? (I / park)


B: No, _ _ _ _ _ _ . (you / not)

2 A:

your bike on the pavement because it's too dangerous. (You / not / ride)

on the train? (people / smoke)

B: No,

4 A:

I It's difficult to ride. 2 You can ride it on the pavement. 3 In a city it's faster than a bus.

B: Oh, OK. 3 A:

Look at the picture of Carin Van Buren on her balancing scooter. Do you think the statements are true (T) or false (F)?

. (they / not)

4 It's tiring to ride.

to the theatre? (we / walk)

B: Yes,

5 A:

, but it's a long way. (we) into the city centre, but not cars.

(Taxis / drive) B: OK, thanks. B Complete the conversations with can'tor don't have to. Conversation I

A: What clothes do you have to wear for the new job? wear a suit and tie, but I have to wear B: I don t have La a whl e shirt and I

wear jeans.

Conversation 2

A: It's late ... after midnight. B: Yes, but we _ _ _ _ _ _ _ get up early tomorrow. It's Saturday. Conversation 3

A: You _ _ _ _ _ _ _ drive down this road . It's for buses only. B: Oh, sorry. Conversation 4

A: I haven't got any money with me. B: It's OK. You money tomorrow.


pay me now. Give me the



® 9.2

Listen and check.

Listen again and answer the questions. Does Carin ride the scooter to work?

Underline the correct alternatives.

Yes, she does.

A: Hey, do you want to do something tonight? I lcan't / don't have to work.

2 How did she travel to work before?

B: Let's see ... No, I 2can't / don't have to meet you tonight I 3can / have to work late.

3 How long does it take to learn?

A: W e ll, 4eon we / do we have to meet tomorrow? B: Sorry, I seon't / don't have to, I'm busy. But I 6can / have to do something on Saturday.

4 How fast can the scooter go?

A: Great. We 7 eon / have to go to that new Italian

5 Does she think a scooter is better than a bike?

restaurant, La Spezia. B: Hmm ... Saturday night is usually crowded. SCan we / Do we have to book a table or 9can we / do we have to just go there?

6 Where does she leave her scooter at work?

A: It isn't so popular now, so we I Deon 't / don't have to book. And if we lleon't / don't have to get a table, we 12eon / have to go somewhere else.

7 How does she feel when people laugh at her on her scooter?

B: Great! See you on Saturday, then.

8 Does she like it when people stop her and ask her questions?


LEARN TO tell a long story



Complete the excuses. I I didn'th~~L my al ___ cl ___ .

2 We slept late and mi _ _ _ _ our plane. 3 110 __ myke __ . 4 Mycarbr ___ d ___ . 5 The traf _ _ _

was b __ .

Dear Alexis, I'm really sorry about last night. I know it was your birthday. But I had an unlucky evening ... First of all, I / leave / the house late because I / lose / my keys. Then I / miss / the bus, so I / phone / a taxi, but the taxi / break down / and I / wait / thirty minutes for another taxi .

FUNCTION apologising 2A

Put the words in the correct order to complete the conversation. B

A Oh, hi! I'm reall\'. sorr'l. I'm late. (late / sorry / I'm / I'm / really) I missed the train . 1




Write Bruce's email from the notes.

(you / believe / don't / I)

After that, I / get / to the restaurant an hour late, but I / leave / your present in the taxi. I / phone / the taxi company, but they / not answer, so I / go / into the restaurant, but you / not be there. Finally, I / go / home and / try / to phone you, but you / not answer. Now I don't know what to do. I'm really sorry. Love, Bruce

No, really, 3


(terrible / was / traffic / the)

I~c:~ ~

f my / down / broke)


of all.

I left the house late because .. .


1-1-----.., Your car, agai n?

f l And 5

I (my / left / I / home / at


/ wallet)

Ah, your wall et.


I And ... OK, I forgot about our meeting! 6

(fee l /this / terrible / I / about)



t Well,7 (about / worry / don't / it)


(so / I'm / sorry) 9



(no, / fine / it's / really,)

I'm so so ... That's OK!! 10


(don't / but / again / happen / it / let)


9.3 Listen and repeat.

VOCABULARY airport 4 Put the letters of the words in brackets in the correct order to complete the story. We had a terrible time at the airport. We missed our train and arrived forty minutes before the plane I took off (okto fof). We ran to the desk,2 (deckche nil and got our boarding passes. Then we went through 3 (irucytes) and 4_ _ _ __ _ (protsaps nolcrot) - no problems. In the 5 (pratedeur gunole) we didn't do any 6 (xat-refe pishpong) because we only had ten minutes. We ran to the 7 (teag), but we were too late so we didn't 8 (teg no) the plane. What a disastef!


VOCABULARY alphabet puzzle



Underline the correct alternatives.

Complete the sentences with words beginning with the letters A-Z. I'm sorry I'm late. I didn 't hear my alarm clock. My grandfather had a moustache and a big black .....b=e= a.."rd<--_ _ The tram stop is close to my flat, so it's very for me.

Jesse McCormac k is a member of th e roc k gro up th e St rin gers. He I writes / is writing most of th e band 's song s an d 2plays / is playing lead gu itar. This is his summer fest iva l b log. Saturday 4th August

The opposite of a crowded beach is an _ _ _ _ _ beach . The White House is one of the most _ _ _ _ _ buildings in the world. I want to see the Eiffel Tower. Where do I off the bus?


I 3 write / 'm writing my blog c....~ today at our fourth festival this summer ... but It's the biggest with more than 25,000 people and we <: have 're having a great time. The atmosphere here is amazing and people are very friendly. e usually sarrive / are arriving the day before we play, but this time we 6come/came here two days ago.

Frankenstein was one of the first _ _ _ _ _ films. It was quite scary. The opposite of boring is The Amazon square kilometres. Do you bus station?

Most people have tents, but in fact you 7 don't have to / can't sleep In a tent. You Bcan / can't sleep in your car. And there are t he usual festival rules, for example you 9 can / can't use glasses for drink s you IO have to / don't have to use pl astic cups. Thi s is a good idea because sometimes peop le, ofte n chi ld ren, II wa lk / are wa lking around with no shoes on.

Cars are more bikes. Bikes are greener.


! The baby's sleeping.

Can you _ _ _ _ _ a good DVD?

(talk) Tourists always visit Red _ _ __ _ in Moscow.

Janna: So Danny, 2_ __ _ _ _ (you / enjoy) yourself at the festival?

I was late because the _ _ _ __ was bad.

Danny: Yeah , it's cool.

Alan's shoes are too small , so they 're very _ _ _ __

We've got some questions. First, from Luka. He asks: '3 (Jesse / write) all the songs or 4 (you / write) any of them?'

She was born in a small _ __ _ _ in Belgium.

Danny: Oh , Jesse is the songwriter. I just 5_ __ __ _ _ (sing) the songs. Janna: And from Viktoria: 'What's your favourite Stringers song?' (say) 'I love you.'

Janna: OK, right. And the last question, from Abby. She asks : 'What 7 (Danny / wear) today?' (wear) a Stringers T-shirt and Danny: Me? Well , today I 8 jeans. My usual! Oh . there's Dave, our manager. I have to go. Danny: Thanks!


D o you go by car or _ _ _ __ foot?

Danny: Hi, everyone.

Janna: Thanks for talking to us. Good luc k with the show!

on his bed . He

The children in the next room are too _ _ _ _ _ - I can't work.


Danny: Erm ... You never 6

the way to the

I got up late and I train.

B Complete the interview with the correct form of the present simple or present continuous. Janna: This is Janna Towli from Radio One and I I 'm talking to Danny Wright from the Stringers. Hi, Danny.

is 7 million

Fran<;:ois is doesn 't feel very well.

There's on1y one hour befo re w e start our sh ow. Danny 12talks / 's talking to a w oman from Radi o On e. Saul I 3 practises / is practising ou r fi rs t song. Our manag er, Dave, I 4 calls / is calling us so I I Shave to / can stop now. More tomorrow!


, so

Riding a bike is quite you have to wear a helmet.


The traffic is _ _ _ _ _ at five o'clock than at three o'clock. How do you spell the opposite of cheap?

e_ _ Hi, liz. It 's Jon. I waited for _ _ _ __ for two hours! What happened? My holiday was great. W e saw the Great W all. It was ama"--_ _ __ _

REVIEW AND CHECK 3: UNITS 7GRAMMAR comparatives and superlatives 3 Complete the information with the correct comparative or superlative form of the words in the box. cheap







co ld

I only have one day! What can I see? Visit 7 building in China, the 492-metre Shanghai World Financial Centre. The floor is glass and it feels like walking in the sky. Walk along the Bund, next to the river - it's very central, but it's a lot 8 than the noisy city centre. And visit the Shanghai Museum - most visitors to the city say this is 9 thing to see in Shanghai.

When is the best time to go? The 1 best months to visit are May and October, when it's 19-24°C. July and August are 2 months, when it can be 28 °C. November to April are 3 months, when it's 3-14°C. How can I get around? You can travel by bus or by metro. Buses are 4 than the metro, especially in the morning and evening when the traffic is bad . The metro is 5 than buses, but there are only two metro lines. The 6_ _ _ _ _ __ way to trave l around the city is by taxi because there are lots - they go everywhere and they aren't very expensive.


recommending; giving directions


4A RC 3.1 Listen to the conversations and choose the correct ending to the sentence.


Where can I stay? Shanghai has hundreds of hotels, and there are many two -star and three-star hotels for travellers on a budget - of course, these are 10_ _ _ _ _ __ than the 4-star luxury hotels. Check the internet for recommendations from other travellers.

GRAMMAR articles 5

Jurge n recom mend s a restaurant to Greg but .. .

Complete the text with a/an, the or no article (-).

a) Greg doesn't understand and takes the wrong street.


b) he gives bad directi ons and Greg and does n't find the restaurant.

The best way to see 1 the city of

c) Greg decides to stay home and eat pizza.


B Listen again. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)?

- the classic eastern-

Krakow is

in 3

I It 's Ju rgen 's wife's birthday.


2 Greg and his wife like Chinese food. 3 Jurgen recommends a Chinese restaurant. 4 The restaurant is near the pharmacy. 5 Greg and his wife find the restaura nt. 6 They have pizza at the restaurant. C Listen again and complete the sentences. I What kind of food -"d=0-l-y=ou'-"=ik=e_ _ __ 2 Do you think my wife _ _ _ __ __ 3 Can you tell _ _ _ _ _ __ 4 Go down Hill side Road past the pharmacy 5 Then go straight _ _ _ _ _ ___ 200 metres. 6 Oh, no - I'm so _ _ _ _ _ __ I feel terrible _ _ _ __ _ _ Don't worry _ _ _ _ _ __


European car. The tour starts at 9 .00a .m. in 4 . h - - - - City centre, were you meet your tour guides Irek and Kasia . Irek is 5 university student and 6 Kasiais h'IStOry teac her, an d together they know Krakow

b~tter than

~tart the tour on 9

most professional guides. You foot and visit C loth Hall in

centre of G rand Square . You then go by

- - - - car and visit Nowa Huta and the Jewish ;iuarter. Lunch is at 10

restaurant near the castle.

- - - - Polish food is quite rich, so try not to eat too muchl In 12 r I k . arternoon, re and Kasia can show you Wawel Castle or take you back to your hotel.

TEST 3: UNITS 7- 9

TEST Circle the correct option to complete the sentences.

Sitting on the beach is a) relaxi ng than

17 Children


b) better than

c) more nice than

a) don 't have to b) can't B: Oh, so it's a

b) river

3 I

c) mountain

my MP3 player.

a) listening to 4 What

a) drama

B: Yes, go down here and it's


a) on the left c) Jon looks

a) go by

c) ge t off

a) lost

my train. b) missed

2 1 It's

c) dangerous

hotel in Saudi Arabia. b) the bigest

c) the biggest

22 The sign says 'No Smoking' so you here. b) don't have to

a) have to

c) left

smoke c) can't

23 My grandmother is

8 A:Wha a) you are doing b) are you doing 9 I don't think

c) do yo u doing?

a). at ho me

B: Yes, I talked to a) them

a) you'd like b) you like c) you recom me nd c) home

a) Vegetables

12 Go a) straight

until the end of the street. b) straight on

13 It was difficult to walk in the the trees. a) mountain

b) jungle

14 The children

c) strait on because of all c) village

very well at the moment.

a) aren't feeling b) don 't feeling

c) are n't fe e l

slim with short black hair. b) 's

c) has


b) the worst

c) the baddest

, the train arrived. It was four hours late. a) First of all

28 Leonie

b) After

c) Finally


a) always is wearing b) is wearing always

c) always wears

29 A: Where's the tourist information centre? B: You minutes.

left and walk for about five b) turn to

a) take

c) turn

30 A: Have you got B: No, I haven't, but I've got two brothers.

than English. b) easier

b) The vegetables c) Vegetable player in the football team?

a) most bad

b) Do you can go c) Can you go

c) they

are good for you .

26 Who is

to the airport by bus? a) You can go

last night. b) him and her


. She's a writer. b) at the home

c) in the sixties

24 A: Do you often phone your parents?

this DVD. It 's too scary.

10 My wife works

b) in her sixties

a) in sixties

B: I'm working on the computer.

a) easyer

b) polluting

a) the bigger

b) uncomfortable c) crowded

7 Sorry I'm late . I

a) 's got

c) left

20 I always go by underground because it's fast and a) convenient

b) ride

a) comfortable

16 Spanish is

b) on left

the bus here for the museum?

6 I didn't get a seat because the train was

15 He

c) comedy

19 A: Is there a post office near here?

B: No, at the next stop.


b) musical

b) 'm listenning to c) ' m listening to

a) does Jon look b) Jon does look 5 A: Do I

c) haven't to

18 A: I laughed a lot at this DVD. It's very funny.

2 There was a bridge over the a) desert

pay. It's free fo r them .

c) more easy

a) a sister

b) the sister

c) sister


/30 I



GRAMMAR be going to; would like

C Match answers a)-f) with questions 1-6 in Exercise lB.


1 A Look at the table and complete sentences 1-10 with the correct form of be going to or would like to. Plans next week start new job at the bank Monday

Plans next year look for a new flat

Wishes for the future be very rich

a) Because I want to be famous.


b) We're goi ng by train. c) In the city centre. d) W e'd li ke to see our grandchildren more. e) In September next year. f ) At HSBC bank.

not stay at parents' house


Put the words in order to make questions. Then write short answers about you.


I TV / you / to / evening / watch / are / this / gOing?

USA have haircut Tuesday

go to university

work in TV

Are you going to watch TV this evening? Yes. I am. / No, I'm not. 2 like / work / would / TV / to / you / in?



3 weekend / you / family / see / next /

South Korea

are / to / going / your? visit daughter Lynn and family Sat/ Sun

not have a holiday

move nearer Lynn

4 for / English / to / useful / be / you / is / going?

Bill and Jane, Ireland

5 like / new / would / phone / a / you / jim ~"",,",,»---,,~=->~ 'S going to start _ _ _ his new job at the bank on Mo nday.

buy / to / mobile?

2 He _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ for a new flat next year.

3 He _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ at his parents' house.

4 He _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ very rich .

6 your / study / classmates / year / you / going / English / next / to / are / and?

5 Soo Min _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ a haircut on Tuesday. 6 She _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ to university next year. 7 She _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ in TV.

8 Bill and Jane _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ their daughter at the weekend. 9 They _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ a holiday next year.

7 in / like / live / country / you / to / would / another?

10 They _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ nearer their daughter.

B Write questions for the people with be going to or would like to. I Which bank / you / work at, Jim?

Which bank are you going to work at, lim? 2 Where / you / look for / a new flat, Jim ? 3 When / you / go / to university, Soo Min? Why / like / work / in TV, Soo Min? S How / you / travel, Bill and Jane? 6 Why / li ke / move / nearer your daughter, Bill and Jane?

8 home / your / like / now / to / go / would / clas smates ?

· 10.1 READING



4A Complete the puzzle with the words from t he box

Read the article and ci rcle the best t itle.


and find the message.

I Lottery winners around the world 2 Sisters win lottery


3 Another teenage lottery winner

First there was Tracey Makin in 1998, then Michael Carroll in 2002 , and then Callie Rogers in 2003 - all of them were teenagers when they won the lottery. Tracey was sixteen at the time and won £1 ,055,171. Callie was the same age when she won £1,800,000 and Michael was nineteen when he won £9,700,000.


I'd I


and forty two pounds and ten pence







g a











I' g





























b I






m l





e I' '0

First on her shopping st IS a holiday in Egypt and a replacement for her ten-year-old Ford Ka. 'I'm going to fly to Cairo and spend about a month travelling around the country. When I come back, I'm going to sell myoid car and buy a new one. I'd like to get a bigger one .'


I n I 0

I' g I e

It was only the second time that she played the EuroMiliions Lottery. She bought her ticket from a newsagent's and watched he lottery result on television.

Seven million, flfty flve thousand. one hundred



'I'm not going to change my plans very much . I'm still going to go to university. I'm going to live like a normal student and not a millionaire. I love my baked beans on toast.'

- Ianthe FuUagar

a holiday


Now eighteen-year-old Ianthe Fullagar is the newest in this group of teenage lottery winners. She won £7 ,000 ,000 and we asked her about her future .


stay at buy clubbing learn move a new suit go for



Message: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __


Complet e t he conversations.

Conversat ion I A : What are you going to do this weekend? B: I'm going jogging on Saturday morning and then in the evening I'm going to meet Bob and we're going for a dr in the pub. Conversation 2

A: So, what are your plans? B: Well, we're going to get ma next year and we'd like to mo to another country, maybe Spain. We'd like to bu a house there, and start a fa , maybe have three or fo ur children.

B Read t he arti cle aga in and answer the quest ions.

Conversation 3

Who won the largest amount of money?

A: What's your son going to do?

Michael Carroll

B: He's going to stay with some fr_ _ _ _ in Sao Paulo. He and Ie Portuguese wants to do a co and then he'd like to get a jo with a computer company in Brazil.

2 Who won the smallest amount of money?

3 Who are th e youngest teenage winners? 4 Does Ianthe want to change her life?

5 D oes she often buy lottery tickets?

Conversation 4 A : What are you going to do with your lottery money? B: First, I'm going to st work! I'm going to ha a big party, too. Then I want to bu a big boat and tr round the worl d! Conversation 5

6 What is she going to do with the money?

A: Are you going to buy pr_ _ _ _ for all your friend s?

7 Wh y does she w ant to buy a new car?

B: Of course! And then I'm going to go sh _ _ _ _ in Paris to buy some fantastic designer clothes.

10.2 VOCABULARY Phrases w ith get



3A 10.2 Listen to four people who survived in difficult situations. Match speakers 1-4 with places a)-d) .

Add the vowels to the adjectives. I Marco got sunburnt (snbnt), so he ...

2 I got

(thrsty), so I .. .

3 Adrian got

(brd) at school, so he ...

4 They got

(wt), so they...

5 Ed and Leo got

(hngry), so they ...

6 I got very

(ht), so I ...

7 Helena got

(1st), so she ...

8 W e got

Speaker I

a) ju ngle

Speaker 2

b) mountain

Speaker 3

c) desert

Speaker 4

d) sea

B Listen again and circle the best answers. I Speaker I _ _ __

(cld), so we ...

B Match sentence halves 1- 8 above with a)-h).


a) was an hour late for t he meeting.

b) drank seawater


c) was cold

b) put on our coats. c) had a second breakfast.

2 Speaker I _ __ _

d) texted some of the other students in the class.

a) got sunburnt

e) changed into dry clothes.

b) got ti red

f) took off my sweater.

b) saw a lot of sharks

g) went for a drink with Carson.

3 Speaker 2 _ _ __

h) stayed indoors for the next two days.

a) got cold


C 10.1 Listen and write the adjectives in the correct place according to the vowel sound . I I AI e.g. cgp

3 leI e .g. r~d

2 /01 e.g. jQb

b) walked all day c) got very thirsty 4 Speaker 2 _ _ __


a) saw lots of insects b) had food with her c) sometimes took her shoes off

4 13:1 e .g. her

5 I'J:I e.g. four

5 Speaker 3 _ _ __

6 I;ml e.g. gQ

a) was on the mountain for three nights b) got lost because of the snow c) made a fire 6 Speaker 3 _ _ __


Look at the table and the meanings 1-4 of get. Write the words and phrases below in the correct column .

a) slept o n the ground b) got hungry c) stayed warm

I become

2 arrive

3 buy

4 obtain

get ...

get ...

get ...

get ...

7 Speaker 4 _ _ __ a) got very hungry


b) got thirsty c) didn't get bored 8 Speaker 4 _ _ __ a) had some food with her b) ate plants c) ate insects

a hamburger

a new computer to school


lost a new car

to work a glass of water

some help home



GRAMMAR will, might, won't for



10.3 Listen and number the sentences in the orde r

you hear them.


Complete sentences 1-8 with 'II, willor won 't and a verb from the box.

I a)

I get

2 a)

be (x2)







I Wear your coat or you 'll get

3 a)


2 Do you think Brazil


the World Cup?

3 It 's very late. I'm sure the shop


4 a)



4 I don't want to go to the party! I

S a)

people there. S Come on! We


the train.

6 Read this book. I'm sure you

b) it.

6 a)

7 Oh no l I'm late again. The boss _ _ _ _ _ happy. 8 You can invite Al ain, but he like jazz music.



You 'll get cold.


You get cold. We'll miss the train. W e miss the train. I'm sure you' ll hate it. I'm sure you hate it. They 'll know you're a tourist. They know you're a tourist. I'll stay at home. I stay at home. I'll never go out. I never go out.

. He doesn't

Underline the correct alternatives in the text.


SURVIVE IN THE CITY Peop e ai':;ays a;k about survlval in the Jungle, a sea etc., but I'll tell you a really dangerous place: the city! Here are my tips for survlval. • Don't drive. Traffic is usually terrible and you lmight not / '11 / won't spend more time in your car than seeing the city . • Ask people for help - most people 2will / might / won't be happy to stop and help you. • Don't stand in the street with a map in your hand and a camera around your neck. People 3w ill / might not / won't know you're a tourist. That's not a problem, but someone 4will / might / might not come and take your money.

WRITING too, a/so, as well 7 Are too, also and as well in the correct place? Tick three correct sentences. Correct the wrong sentences. I The bus is a good way to travel, and the underground is @goodj 2 If you buy a travel card for the underground, you can also use it on the bus.

3 You can ask shopkeepers for help - they're very friendly, and they'll know the city as well. 4 It's generally a safe city, but it can be dangerous also to walk alone late at night in some areas. S It isn't a good idea to carry a lot of money, and leave your expensive watch too at home. 6 You can get delicious food in cafes and as well in street markets. 7 Don't walk too far, and also wear comfortable shoes then you won't get tired. 8 At night, taxis are as well convenient, but they 're expensive.

• Wear normal clothes, not expensive ones. With expensive clothes, people 5w ill / might not / won't think you've got lots of money and yes - they 6'11 / might / won't take it away from you! • Carry an umbrella. It often rains and with an umbrella you 7'11 / might / won't get wet. • Don't stay out too late or it 8'11 / might / might not be easy to find a bus or a taxi. • Give waiters a good tip, maybe 10%. You 9'11 / might / might not go back to the same restaurant and the waiter lOwill / might not / won't forget you !


Write a short text giving advice for a visitor to your town or city. Use too, also, as well and the phrases below to help you. Write 80- 100 words. The

is a good way to travel ...

It's a good idea to carry ... You can ask

for help, and you can ask ...

It can be dangerous to ...

VOCABULARY adjectives

LEARN TO respond to suggestions

1 Put the letters in order to make adjectives. Start with the underlined letter. I ziamgng amazing



Let! go shopping.


2 How about go for a bike ride?



Correct the mistakes in sentences 1-5 and a}-e}.

3 o£lo

3 Why don 't we going to an art gallery?

4 relo!0"und

4 What about staying at home and cook something?

5 fnittfasac 6

5 Who about making spaghetti and meatballs?


7 owemegS a) That don't sound very interesting. Looking at paintings is

8 trihlilan


FUNCTION making suggestions

b) I don 't really feel like do that. I'm too tired .


c) Sound good. You make the meatballs, I can make the

Complete the conversation with the words in the


box. ~


d) Brilliant! What would you li ke eat? How don't Sounds stay

about idea Brilliant

So, Gordon, what


1 would

Gordon: I don't know. 2 Tim:



Why e) That isn't very good idea. I haven't got much money.

B Look at the sentences in Exercise 3A again. Match suggestions 1-5 with responses a}-e}.

you like do today? you got any ideas?

What 3

going to a concert?


Gordon: Hmmm .. . That might be difficult. We 4 _ _ __ like the same music. You like rock, I like hip-hop. Oh. That's true. 5_ _ __ friends?


Gordon: I don't really



OK then . 7 and watch TV?



Add the vowels to t he weather words and write them in the correct place in the crossword.

about inviting some

R __ N _ NG

like doing that.

don't we 8_ _ _ _ home


Gordon: That's a good 9_ _ _ _ . What's on?


Tim: Let me see ... Uh, Castaway with Tom Hanks. Gordon: 10_ _ __ Tim :



12_ _ _ _

11_ __ _

C _ LD

have popcorn, too.

H _T C __ L











CL __ DY





W _ RM




W _ NDY 6$

8 1














I 10



10.4 Listen and check.






GRAMMAR should/shouldn't

1 A Find twelve words for parts of the body.

3A Read the leaflet about travel health. Check any new words in your dictionary.


















































B Complete the information with should/shouldn't and the words in brackets.

We answer your FAQs (frequently asked questions) about health on holiday: l -"S"-,ho",-"u,-"Id"-,I.....,s,,,,e><-e_ _ _

3_ _ _ _ _ _ _


11.1 Listen and repeat.

C Listen again and write the words in the correct place according to the vowel sound. I leI red

(1/ get) any vaccinations?

Your doctor or nurse can give you information or you can check (You / not have) a lot of on the in ternet. 4 vaccinations together, so start early.

(1/ do)?

What else 5

(You / visit) your dentist as well , because dentists can be very expensive in other countries . 7 ( You / take) a Traveller's First Aid Kit with suncream, plasters and painkillers, but 8 (you / not open) these before you travel. Officials at the airport might ask to check them .


2 lrel happy


3 li:1 meat

(1/ see) my doctor before I go on holiday?

Yes, 2 (you / speak) to your doctor or your local travel centre about six weeks before you leave.

4 I;;JUI no

Any other advice? Well , 9 (you / not travel) when you have a bad earache or a cold. And it's important to relax, but 10 (you / not drink) alcohol or coffee in the airport or on the plane, because they'll make you feel worse.

5 1/1./ fun

6 laul now

4 Complete the conversation with should/shouldn 't and a verb from the box. Add the correct pronouns (t or you).

I go (x2) 2

Put the letters in order to make health problems. Start with the underlined letter. I I fe el sick

. (ki~c)

2 My leg _ _ _ _ _ . (shutr) 3 I've got a bad _ _ _ _ _ . (chadeeha) 4 I've got a (ro~e !rahot) 5 My _ _ _ _ _ hurts.


6 I've got awfu l _ _ _ _ _ . (caho!tohe) 7 I've got a (~ero y~e)

8 I feel _ _ _ _ _ . (breri!el) 9 I've got a _ _ _ _ _ . (met!erupare) 10 I've got a _ _ _ _ _ . (gu~oh)




do (x2)



A: I'm going to fly to Japan soon and I'm wor ried about the time difference, you know, getting tired after the journey.

B: Oh yes, jet lag can be difficult. I You should go two or three nights before you travel. A: What else 2_ _ _ _ _ _ __

to bed early for

B: When you're on the plane, 3_ _ _ _ _ _ _all the food they bring, it's too much. And 4 your watch to Japanese local time. A: And 5_ _ _ _ _ __ on the plane? B: Yes, you need to rest, so 6 all the movies or stay awake the whole time . It's a long journey! What time do you arrive? A: At two in the afternoon.

B: You'll be very tired, but 7

to bed. some exercise. It's a good idea to go for a w alk and then wait and sleep when it's dark.


A: Thanks. That 's good advice .


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,., .' .'.·,._.-

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Forget about tennis, swimming, skiing and jogging. Walking is the easiest and cheapest way to stay fit. It's free, you don't need special clothes or equipment, you don't need a trainer or a special place. Anybody can do it anytime: young people, older people, alone or in groups.


OK - perhaps it's not really a sport, but it IS the most popular physical activity and one of the best ways to stay healthy. What are the benefits? Walking is good for your heart and your legs; regular walkers say they sleep better and feel happier; and smokers say they don't smoke so much. Maybe you don't have very much time, so here are some ideas to help you start walking: • Walk, don't drive, to the local shop. If you have a lot to carry, take a small backpack. • If you have children, walk with them to and from school.

• Get off the bus or train a stop or two early. This will give you some extra daily exercise - and it's cheaper, too! • Take a walk in your lunch hour at school or work.

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,.,.,. '.., , -0 -. -.., i.

• Once a week take a longer walk, and go on a completely new route; this helps to keep things interesting. There are walkers' clubs all over the world. Join one - walking is a great way to meet people and make new friends!

,.,.'.'.' ......, , •




Read the article above and number topics a)-d) in the correct order. a) Why is walking better than other sports? b) How can you find time for walking? c) Who can you walk with? d) Why is walking good for your health?

". ,-


Cover the article and try to complete the sentences. Then check your answers with the text.

;i"·~·"'." .:~ 1aybe you don't have very much \i time, so here are some ideas to help you start walking:

2 You have to wear good walking shoes.

• Walk, don't dri\'e, 1_ _ _ _ the local hop. If you 2._ _ __ a lot to carry, take a small backpack.

3 Age isn't important.

B Read the article again and tick the ideas the article talks about. I Walking isn't expensive.


If you 3._ _ __

4 Walking is good for headaches.


5 You should go shopping on foot.


children, walk them to and school.

8 You can meet people more easily when walking.

• Get off the bus or train a stop or two early. This will give you some extra daily exercise - and it's cheaper, 6,_ _ __

C Fi nd words 1-7 in the text . Then mat ch t he words with their definit ions a) -g) .

• Take a walk 7 lunch hour 8,_ work.

6 Get up earlier in the morning, and do some ext ra exercise every day. 7 Take a different walk every week so you don 't get bored .

I equipment 2 a trainer 3 alone A


S benefits

a) with no other people \

b) a bag that you carry on your back c) connected to your body, e.g. _ _ _ _ exercise d) the things you use for an activity, e.g. a machine in the gym e) a way from one place to another




your school or

• Once a week 9 a longer walk, and go on a completely new route; this helps to keep things interesting. There are walkers' clubs 10_ _ __ over the world. Join one - walking is a great way to II people and 12 new friends!

a backpack

f) good things

;~ ~~

a route

g) a teacher

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11.2 VOCABULARY common verbs 1A



2A 11 .2 Listen to the radio programme about findin g your ' real ' age. Number the pictures in the order you hea r about them.

Complete the diagrams w ith a ve rb from the box.

hear understand feFget read run climb swim concentrate remember



a name











my teacher the problem

a newspaper music

a mountain a tower

something outside the door close in a river



your first teacher

a noise



your mother's birthday

a tree



down a road

a magazine



800 metres




in a lake

100 metres on your homework


on your work on a computer game

B Complete the sentences w ith verbs from Exercise lA. I'm too tired an d I can't concentrate 2 Sorry, I don 't 3 I can't

. I don 't speak Chinese. that! It 's too high .

B Listen again and circle the correct information about the interviewer. Her 'birthday' age is _ _ __ a) under 20

b) 20- 29


2 Her time (in seconds) for the balance test is

4 Help! He lp! I can't

5 I can't

this article. W here are my glasses?

6 Don't

your keys.

7 Speak up! I can't


your password



my ticket fast



my PIN number

a) 11 - 15

b) 16- 20

c) 21 - 25

b) in the middle

c) at the end

b) ankles

c) knees

3 She catches th e ruler you.

8 Slow down. We have time and we don 't have to

a) near th e beginning 4 She can touch her a) toes

9 I can never _ _ _ _ _ my mobile number. I have to write it down.

5 Her real age is a) yo unger th an

her 'birthday' age. b) the same as

c) older th an

GRAMMAR adverbs of manner


Complete the sentences with an adjective or adverb .

Conversation I


Underline the correct alternative.

A: Your mum drives really slow / slowly.

B: Yes, well you know that slow / slowly drivers don 't have many accidents.

2 A: Jeff is quite lazy / lazily about doing tasks around the

A: Are you OK? B: No, I don't feel very we-""_ _ __ . Can Ilie down somewhere?

A: Yes, over here. B: I'm really tir_ __ _ . I slept terri _ _ _ _ last night.


B: That's true, he does them lazy / lazily, but he does them in the end!

3 A: The teacher talks very quiet / quietly. B: Yes, and the students aren 't quiet / quietly, so it 's difficult to hear.

4 A: I found the shop easy / easily, thanks to your clear directions.

B: W ell, in fact, it's rather easy / easily to find. S A: Our team played bad / badly and we lost the match.

B: That 's surprising, I thought the other team was bad / badly. 6 A: You're so energetic / energetically when you get up in the morning. How do you do it?

B: I read somewhere that if you get up energetic / energetically, you' ll feel good all day. 7 A: You came in rather noisy / noisily last night. B: Sorry, I didn't mean to be so noisy / noisily. 8 A: This exercise isn't very hard / hardly. B: N o? W ell , work hard / hardly to the end because t he second part is difficult.

4A Complete the sentences with the adverb form of the words in brackets. You have to drive carefully (careful) and _ _ __ (safe). You can 't drive _ _ __ (dangerous) or _ __ (fast). 2 You have to work very (hard) and often (late) at night but you get long summer very holidays. You don't have to speak (loud) , but it helps. 3 You should eat (healthy) and go to bed _ _ _ _ (early). You don 't have to w alk o r run _ _ _ _ (fast) , but you have to see (clear) . 4 You don't have to read music _ _ __ (perfect), but it helps. You have to sing (good) , but you don 't (loud) . have to sing

Conversation 2 A : This room's very comf _ __ _ B: Yes, but it's quite noi _ __ _ . I can hear the people downstairs.

A: Well, we don't have to stay here all evening. I'm hun _ _ __ B: Yes, we can eat che: _ _ _ _ in the cafe tonight and then we can go to that exp Italian restaurant tomorrow. Conversation 3

A: I sing very ba"-_ __ B: No, you don't. You sing beau _ _ __ A : Thank you . That's ki

of you .

WRITING adverbs in stories


Write the adverbs.



2 qu ick

3 angry 4 nervous

S careful

B Complete the joke with the adverbs from Exercise 6A. into the dentist 's office . A man walked I nervously T he dentist looked 2_ _ _ _ _ at the man's teeth and th en said, 'I have to take one tooth out. I can do it 3 _ it'll only take five minutes and it 'll cost $100.' 'A hundred dollars for five minutes' work" the man said . 'T hat 's too expensive"


'Well ,' answered the dentist, 'I can do it 5 you want! '

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B Look at the sentences in Exercise 4A again. What are the jobs for each one? Underline the correct alternative.





I a bus driver / a racing driver 2 a teacher / a politician 3 a footballer / a golfer <1


a jazz singer / an opera singer "


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3A Read Jim's 'To do' list. Then use offers of help to complete the conversation.


Complete the conversations with the verbs in the box.









'Phone Noriko in TOkyo Smail Moscow offic.e ~et flowers for Sllie _ send them to hospital Meet Anne at airport (5.30)

A: Be careful w ith t hat knife! B: Why?

A: You might -"c""' ut" --__ your finger. 2 A: What's the matter? B: This box is too heavy. I can't _ _ _ _ it. 3 A: I can't ride my bike uphill.

B: So what do you do? A: I usually get off and _ _ _ _ it.

4 A: I can carry these dishes. B: Don't carry all of them. You'II _ _ __ them' A: I'll be OK. O h. no! 5 A: It's ery windy tonight.

B: Yes. I think that tree might _ _ __ do n.

6 A: Hi. Jenny. It's me.

B: Hi. Fran k. Where are you l A: I'm on the trai n. It's really crowded so I have to _ _ __

Ruth : Are you OK, Jim? Jim:

No. I have to meet Anne at 5.30 and look at this list!




Oh, can you? Thanks '


Put the words in 1-4 and a)-d) in the correct order. my / problem / MP3 / there's / a / player / with

There 's a problem with my MP3 player. 2 favourite / was / that / my / vase


Noriko l

Yes, please . the Moscow office.

Can you tell them I'll phone tomorrow?

some flowers for Ellie. I'm Ruth : OK. And I 4 going to the hospital to see her tonight anyway. Fantastic! 5_ _ _ _ me _ _ _ _ you the money.

Ruth : It's O K. Give it to me tomorrow. Jim:


Thanks a lot. I 6_ _ _ _ _ __ _ the same for you any time !

® 11.3

Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.


thank someone

Circle the correct answer.

A: Are you O KI Let me carry that. B: a) Yes.

4 in / cold / here / it's

. I'm not busy at the moment.

Ruth : And then I 3 Jim:

4 3 tired / really / I'm

me help

Ru t h: No problem. 2


FUNCTION offering to help


b) No problem.

[email protected]

2 A: Shall I speak to Mr Chen for you? B: a) That 's kind of you. b) You're welcome.

c) It's a problem .

3 A: I'll dri ve you home. a) coffee / let / you / a / make / me b) look / me / let

B: a) You're welcome. b) Shall I do it? c) Thanks. I'm very grateful.

4 A: T hank you very much. B: a) Yes.

c) you / I'll / buy / one / another

5 A: Is this seat free?

d) I / window / shall / close / th e?

A: a) Thanks a lot.

b) You're welcome .

c) Your welcome.

b) N o problem .

c) You're welcom e.

b) Really? Sure.

c) Really? Thanks.

B: Sure.

6 A: I'll buy lunch.

B Look at the sentences in Exercise 2A again. Match 1- 4 with offers a)-d).

B: a) Reall y? Please.




VOCABULARY outdoor activities 1A

Put the letters in order to make activities. Start with the underlined letters. go fishing og higfins




GRAMMAR present perfect


Write the past participle of the verbs.

I be

2 climb 3 do

3 blmi£ a nomautni

4 travel

4 edr:i a sroile

5 have




li~a a toha


ni a vir:re

6 ride

7 drink

12.1 Listen and check.

C Listen again and repeat. Write the activities in the correct place according to the stress.





8 play 9 meet 10 fly


Look at the table and complete the sentences.

go fishing



WRITING postcard phrases 2A



Tom and Li'L

go to South America




see Red Square




eat Mexican food




visit the Louvre gallery in Paris X






swim in the Black Sea

Complete the postcard with phrases a)-h).

I Ethan has been I

2 A my


3 Tom and Li ly


. 1her e' 5 lot5 of 5now 50 toe

loveli old bUildi ng in toe Lentre of toe Village. 1he

Red Square.

5 A my

Mexican food.

6 Tom and Lily

Mexican food.

7 Tom and Lily

the Louvre gallery

in Paris.

8 Amy


in the Black Sea.

Complete the questions.


food' 5 great too - r ealli ta5tii

2 '5peaKing of food, if 5 dinner in f ive minute5 50 ?


1._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ and 1_ _ _ __

_ __


a) I hope you're all OK

e) 5th January

b) I'm having a great time

f) Veffiief

c) I must go now

g) Love, Jim

d) I'll speak to you soon

h) Dear Mum and D ad

B Now cross out four unnecessary words in the phrases you wrote in the postcard.

Red Squ are.

4 Ethan

5Kiing i5 perfed. 1he ootel'5 beautiful - a little noi5i bec.au5e toere'5 a big group 5taiing oer e, but if 5 a

to South America. to South America.

Ethan swum Ethan and Am y

in the Black Sea? the Louvre gallery

in Paris}



Mexican food?



Red Square?


Tom and Lily



to South America? in the Black Sea?

C Write short answers to questions 1-6 in Exercise 4B.

Yes. he has. 2

3 4 5 6


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Read Jim's travel blog and write the correct day under each picture.

Destinations lour Travellers } Forums

I I I I Flights




I I Tours

Travel Insurance



Day I W e arrived in Piraeus early thi s mo rning. Liz has never seen the Parth eno n. I've been to A thens once before, so I'm going t o be her to ur gUide. W e're going there to night!

Day I


In the afternoo n, we went by train fro m Piraeus into th e city of Athens, and w alked up to t he Parthenon - amazing!

Day 2 Back to Athens agai n and th is t ime we fo und a rest aurant in the Plaka area. W e've eaten Greek food many times back in N ew Zealand , but thi s is real Greek food! This is the first time in my life that I've tried octo pus and it was delicio us!

Day 3 We stayed overnight in Athens and then t ook a bus down to Cape Sounio n in the afternoon to visit the Temple of Poseidon. We've seen many sunset s in o ur li ves, but this was the most beautiful - the su n going down into the A egean Sea.

Day 4 We left Piraeu s early this morning and sailed for twe nty ho urs to the island of Santorini. We arrived in the o ld port late in the evening. To morrow mo rning we 're going up to the vi llage - by donkey! I've ridden horses, camels, and elephants but I've never ridden a donkey!

DayS Donkey disaster! I'm w riting thi s fro m a hospital bed in Athens. W e started o ur donkey ri de thi s morning and I made a big mi stake: I walked behind the do nkey and it kicked me in the st omach! Th ere was no hos pital o n the island, so they took me by helicopter to A t hens. I've broken three bo nes ... and I still haven't ridd en a do nkey. But I have flown in a heli co pter!

B Read the blog again. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F) ? I Jim is a tour guid e.


6 A Imagine it's before the holiday. Read the blog again and write short answers to the questions. I Has Liz ever seen the Parthenon? No, she hasn't.

2 Jim hasn't eaten Greek food before.

2 Has Jim ever been to Athens?

3 Jim liked the octopus.

3 Has Jim ever eaten octopus?

4 They watched the sunrise near the Temple of Poseidon.

4 Have Jim and Liz ever seen a sunset ?

5 Jim and Liz travell ed to Santorini by boat.

5 H as Ji m ever ridden a donkey?

6 Jim enj oyed riding the donkey. 7 Jim flew back to Athen s. 8 Now he's back home in N ew Zealand.

C Correct the false sentences.

lim isn't a tour guide.

B Now imagine it's after the holiday. Read the questions again and write short answers. I Yes, she has.

2 3 4 5


B Complete the quiz with the past participle of the verbs in brackets.


Match activities 1-8 with pictures A-H .

I go on a roll er coaster

2 get lost 3 be on TV 4 sing in a karaoke club 5 go to the cinema alone 6 fly in a helicopter 7 swim in a lake 8 drive in bad weather


'£flR OR 'U



Have you ever ... on a roller coaster? (go)


2) __

lost in a city? (get)

[3 --

on TV? (be)

cD --

in a karaoke club? (sing)

_ _ to the cinema alone to see a film? (go)

o -v .--

in a helicopter? (fly)

in a lake? (swim)

_ _ in really bad weather? (drive)


C 12.2 Listen to four conversations. Which situations from Exercise 1B do the people talk about? 6, -_ _ -'0 Conversation I Conversation 2 Conversation 3 Conversation 4


Listen again. Write when the person did the activity. five years ago Conversation I Conversation 2 Conversation 3 Conversation 4

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-t - _ ,,- _


12.2 GRAMMAR present perfect and

VOCABULARY prepositions

past simple

4 Look at the map and complete the directions with prepositions from the box.


Underline the correct alternatives in conversations 1-3.


Conversation I

away from

down up under towards across over into through

A: 1Did you ever fly I Have you ever flown in a helicopter?

Get off the train and walk 1 throu~h the station and 2_ _ __ the steps. There's a big square in front of the station with a clock tower on the other side. Walk 3 the square 4_ _ __ the clock tower. Walk past the clock tower and go straight on until you see a bridge going 5 the road. Walk 6 the bridge and soon you'll see a shopping centre on your left. It's called WhiteWays. Walk 7 the shopping centre and at the other side you'll come out in Kirkby Street. Walk along Kirkby Street 8 the shopping centre. Then turn right into Sedgefield Road . My flat is in number thirty-five. The door's usually open so just come 9 the ha ll. Walk 10 the stairs to the first floor. My door is the blue one.

B: No, I 2didn't I haven't. 3Did I Ha ve you?

A: Yes, I 4did I have. Just once, when I 5went I 've been helicopter skiing, five years ago. Conversation 2

B: 6Have you ever sung I Did you ever sing in a karaoke bar?

A: No, but I 7sang I've sung at a party. It 8 was I 's been last year sometime. N o, two years ago. At a birthday party.

A: What 9did you sing I have you sung? B: I can't remember ... Oh, yes - 'I Did it My Way'.

i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i

Conversation 3































B: °Did you ever drive I Have you ever driven in really bad weather l

A: Yes. I 11drove I've driven up to Scotland to visit my grandparents in 2007, and it just 12snowed I has snowed non-stop.

3 Complete the conversations with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

00 Square

Conversation I



Have you ever ridden

(you I ever I ride) a


B: Yes, I have. I 2

(ride) one

in Argentina last year.


3_ _ _ _ _ _ _ (you

I like) it?

B: Yes, it 4_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (be) fun , but the horse 5 fast.

(not go) very

Conversation 2

A: Does Emilio go everywhere by motorbike? B: Yes, he does. A: 6 himself?

B: Yes, he

7_ _ _ __ _ __



(he I ever I hurt) (break) his arm


A: Really? How 8_ _ _ _ _ _ _ (he I do) that?

B: Both times the weather 9_ _ __ _ __ (be) bad an d he 10_ _ _ _ _ _ _ (fall) off the bike.



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Shopping centre



ru o ex:




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My Flat


telephoning expressions


Write the telephone conversations.

Conversation I


Complete Susie's answerphone messages with verbs in the correct form. This is Lisa from the health clinic. Ile""ft""--_ _ a message on your answerphone yesterday. Can you p_ _ __ the clinic, please?

A: Hi, Xavier. This / Bea.

Hi, Xavier. This is Bea. B: Hi, Bea. How / you?

2 Hi, Susie. It's Meg. Can you c home this evening.

me back? I'm at

A: I / OK. Michelle / there?

3 Hi. It's me, Bernie. Did you t last night from Simon?

a message for me

B: Yes, but she / sleep.

4 Hello. This is Sports Mad. Can you r There's a problem with your trainers.

us, please?

5 Hi, Susie. It's Fallon. I got your message and I'm ph you back. 6 Hi, it's me again. I know you 're there! phone!

A~_ _ _

A: leave / message / her? B: Of course.


A: Just ask / to call / me. B: OK. Bye. Conversation 2 A: Hello. / speak / the manager. please?

Hello. Can I speak to the mana!;"er. please? B: Just / moment. I / sorry, he / busy / moment. / call / back later? A: It / very important... B: I / take / message? A: No thanks. I / phone back later.


say telephone numbers




2 Tick two correct sentences from telephone conversations. Correct the other six sentences. her

Just ask 5fte to call me. 2 Could you say me the number?

Write the telephone numbers in words. Put a comma between number groups.

I 3234996 2 3 4 5 6

three two three, four double nine s,x

6882975 0757281 6232889 9897766 0870 5338992

3 OK, I call you back.


12.3 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.

4 Could I leave a message to her? 5 Let me check that.


6 Hi, Frank. I'm Sally.


7 Good morning. Could I chat with Mr Suriano, please?

I Don 't be afrai

8 Just a moment.

feel ings

Complete the adjectives. d. I'll go first.

2 Don 't be e

d. Everybody forgets my name.

3 Don't be n

s. The exam will be easy, I'm sure.

4 Don't be f

d. It's only a small snake!

5 Well done. I'm very p

d of you .

6 Don 't get e_ _ _ _,d. It isn't a very expensive watch!


REVIEW AND CHECK 4: UNITS 10-12 GRAMMAR verb forms , A Complete the article with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Use the past sim ple, t he present perfect, would like to or be going to.

VOCABULARY revision 2A


Add vowels to the words in each group.


s JL nny r __ n _ng

h __ d _c h _ s_r_ thr __ t t_mp_r_t_r_

cl __ dy

c __ gh

Irish nurse Liz Johnson works with the international aid agency, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF). She talked to us about her experiences. (see) a TV 'About seven years ago I 1 saw programme about MSF and I 2 (deci de) to work for them. I 3 Uoin) MSF three months later: 'I love my work. I 4 (go) to a lot of different pLaces in the world and I 5 (meet) some amazing people: doctors, nurses, helpers and patients. In fact, four years ago in Sudan 1 6 (meet) my husband, Jacques, a Fre nch doctor We now travel and work together. I'm very proud of him :

thr __ gh

h _ n g ry

t _ w_rds

th _rs t y b_r_d

_ w_y fr_m __ t _ f

IT] c_nc_ntr _

did / decide / you / for / when / to / MSF / work? When did you decide to work for MSF? 2 yo u / to / a / have / been / lot / differe nt / of / countries? 3 meet / you / husband / did / whe n / yo ur)



_xc_ lI _ nt

h_ _ r

w _n d _r f _ 1 c __ 1

c l_ m b

br_ II __ nt

r_m_ m b_r

[2] s h _

Last wee k Li z and Jacques 7 (return) to France after six months work in Haiti. What are their plans for the future? 'We've got some definite plans: Jacques 8 (speak) at a big MSF meeting next week and t hen we 9 (have) a one-week ho liday in Spai n. After that we aren't sure. Next, we 10 (open) a hospital, but we don't know in which country: B Put the words in order to make quest ions for Liz.

I_s t

_ l d_ r k n __

f_ n g_r _ I b_w

B Mat ch phrases a) - g) with the correct group 1-7 in Exercise 2A.

a) It 's ... b) The party was ... c) We got ... d) Turn left and then walk ___ the car park. e) I've hurt my ... f) I've got a ...

4 to / Jacques / going / week / where / speak / 's / next?

g) I can 't .. .

S do / you / like / to / next / woul d / what l

C Add the words in the box to the correct group in Exercise 2A.

C Now imagine you are Liz. Answer the questions.

About seven years ago.

2 3 4




amazing runny nose sunburnt thumb



REVIEW AND CHECK 4: UNITS 0GRAMMAR should/will/might


3A Read the text and write D (Daniel), R (Rebecca) or DR (both) next to problems 1-6. 4 doesn't have any friends I wants to change jobs R


2 works too much

5 is bored with work

3 lives unhealthily

6 has money problems

life coaching* Improve your life and reach your dreams ...


Find 12 verb phrases for future pla ns.











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Read about two of our customers and how life coaching has helped them:

maybe find a girlfriend , but he doesn't know where to start.











Daniel is a successful businessman, but he finds it difficult to make friends so at weekends he stays at home and spends a lot of time alone on his computer. On weekdays, he often stays in the office late. He's also overweight and says he's never done much exercise. He'd like to become healthier and go out and meet people,

Rebecca loves dancing and she teaches a dance class once a week. She works for an electronics company, but she doesn't like her job. She thinks it's boring and works long hours, but she needs the money because her rent is very high. She'd like to teach dance all the time, but she doesn't know how to start.









































*coaching = training, teaching

B Read the life-coaching advice and underline the correct alternatives.


telephoning, offering and suggesting


Complete the poem.

'Cou ld I I speak

to Susie Dee?'

'She's not at 2h; _ _ _ _ . She's back at three.' Could you 3p her back tonight!' 'I'll 41

a message. Is that all right?'

'Just a 5m


Daniel [should / 'illook for activities he can do with other people. He 2should / shouldn't join a club or group, for example a walking club or a cooking group because then he 3'll / might meet people who enjoy the same things. When he's with other people he 4 should / shouldn 'f ask them lots of questions and he 5should / shouldn't show interest in their answers. People love talking about themselves and they 6'1l / won't think he's a great guy! Who knows? He 7 ' l[ / might find a " girlfriend one day! Rebecca 8shouldn't / might not wait any more. She's in the wrong job. She 9should / 'Il contact the Association of Dance Teachers - she can find them on " the internet and they IOmight / 'll give her advice about starting a new business. At the moment she Ilwon 't / shouldn't leave her job. The best trung is to work part-time, but her company 12might / might not agree. She 13 should / shouldn't start teaching more classes - lots of people want " to learn to dance and I'm sure she 14 won 't / might not find it difficult to reach her dream.

, I need a pen.' . My name's Ben.'

'She's got my 6 n '7L

me check, your name is Jack?'

'Oh, never mind - I'll Bc

her back.'

••• 'Well, hello Susie! How are you?' 'I'm fine. What 9w 'Why IOd chat?' 'I don 't really Ilf

you like to do? ' we meet and have a like doing that.'

'Then how 12d.a____ a walk together?' '13S good. Let me check the weather.' It's going to 14r - that's not ideal.' 15 'So 1 stay in and cook a meal!'


B RC4.1 Listen to the poem. Then say it with the recording.

TEST 4: UNITS 10 12

Circle the correct option to complete the sentences.

I You dance


a) beautiful

b) good

her a camera. I ordered it last

a) understand

3 A: Should I tell Felipe?


5 6 7 8


B: . a) Yes, yo u should tell. b) No, you shouldn't. c) Yes, you shouldn't. Mac k ran quickly Anya and said, 'I'm so ha ppy to see you l ' a) away from b) towards c) across Jan to Germany. a) never has been b) was never c) has never been I've got . a) headache b) a cough c) sore throat in a thermal spa l Have you ever a) swim b) swam c) swum A: Oh, no. A snake! B: Don't be afraid. I'm sure it _ _ _ _ you . • a) won't hurt b) 'II hurt c) might not Hi, _ _ _ _ Fabio. Is Luigi there? a) I'm

b) it's

a) also b) too 16 He jumped out of _ __ _

a) leave a message b) take a message c) phone you back 20 I love Gladiator. I _ __ _ it about ten times. a) saw b) see 21 My _ _ __ hurts.

23 He drove _ __ _ a) fastly

through the city. b) slow

c) fast

24 A: What shall we do tonight? B:

stay in and watch a DVD.

a) Let's c) How about

b) Why we don't

25 A: Did Jake ask you to his wedding?


B: Yes, but I go because it's in Canada and it's very expensive to fly there. a) might 26

c) 'II

that for you? b) Shall I carry c) I'll carry

27 Have you ever been to China?

a) you're going to stay b) are you going to stay c) you would like to stay

a) No, I haven't. b) Yes, I have been to. c) Yes, I have gone.


28 We

a) 've been fishing b) 've gone fishing c) went fishing 13 Peter's very _ _ _ _ today. c) noisily a) seriously b) quiet 14 We _ _ _ _ a great barbecue - about twenty people came. b) had

b) might not

a) Let me carry

B: At the Carlton Hotel.

a) went

c) 've seen

a) shoulder b) flu c) temperature 22 You have to go _ _ _ _ passport control and security. b) through c) into a) out of

c) is this

a) should to go home b) shouldn't go to bed c) shou ld go to bed I I A: Where _ _ _ _ in Malta?

12 They

b) concentrate c) remember

18 I always carry lots of water with me so I don't get ---_. b) thirsty c) hungry a) dry 19 Sorry. lean 't talk at the moment. Can I _ _ __ in half an hour?

lOA: I feel worse today. B: You

c) as well

b) a bridge c) an elephant a) a helicopter 17 I can't _ _ _ _ on this test. It's too noisy here.

a) I'm going to give b) I'd like to give c) I give

B: I'll phone his mother. I think he's got flu .

c) well

2 A: It's Estelle's birthday on Saturday. B: Yes, week.

15 A: Tom Grady has got a temperature and he _ _ _ _ says his arms and legs hurt.

get married!

a) going to b) 're going to c) 're going 29 I hurt my _ _ _ _ yesterday and I can't walk. a) thumb 30 I

b) finger

c) toe

around the world.

a) 'd li ke to travel b) 'm like to travel c) like travel

c) got



lIlall •• I

Recording I

German, Russian, Mexican, Canadian

A: It's for a radio programme. A nd are you here on business?


0 : Yes, yes, on business.

key, camera, newspaper, sport, photo magazine, coffee, cinema, exercise MP3 player, DVD, TV, nothing, golf, film

2 Polish, Spanish, Scottish

A: And what's in your bag?

3 Portuguese, Chinese, Japanese

0 : My bag? Oh, OK. My mobile ... lapto p ... a magazine, su nglasses, a hairbrush .. . my passport and ticket . .. and an MP3 player. That's it.

4 Greek, Thai

ilJal ••• I

Recording 2 7 magazine


2 mobile phone 4 sunglasses S sweater 6 diary

lIlall ••

8 laptop 9 newspaper 10 watch

3 passport

II ticket 12 camera

Reco rding 3

Hello and welcome to The Travel Programme. Today's programme is about travelling light. We 're at Heathrow Airport in London to ask people about their bags. What 's in their hand luggage?

A : Thank you .

lIlal •••

Recording 4

I These glasses are mine.

B: Er .. . I don't know. Can you help me?

3 That bag is Jack's. 4 Those pencils are mine.

B: Yes, I do. I listen to music a lot at home, and ... I sing in the car sometimes.

S This mobile phone is A nita's. 6 That magazine is yours.

lIlal •••

Recording 5

C onversation I T



=Shop assistant

T: Can I have these four postcards, please?

S: Yes. Can I help you?

S: OK. That's two euros, please.

B: I'm from Canada.

Conversat ion 2

A: And are you here on business or are you a tourist?


=Tou ri st

=W aiter


T: Can I have a coffee, please?

B: I'm here on business.

W :That's one euro fifty.

A: And can I ask you ... what's in your bag?

T: Thank you.

B: In my bag? Er ... let's see. It's a small bag, so not very much. My passport and ... plane ticket, my mobile phone, and .. . let's see . .. yes, some keys. That 's all.

lIlall ••

A : Thank you very much.

A : That's two euros for the salad and one euro for the mineral water.

Recording 6

A : Hello. B: Hello. Can I have a tomato salad and a mineral water, please?

B: Thanks.

A: Er ... excuse me. Can I ask you a couple of questions? It's for the radio.

A : Anything else?

C: The radio? Oh, OK.

B: Er ... how much is an ice cream?

A: Right. Where are you from?

A: One euro fifty cents.

C: I'm French.

B: OK. Can I have an ice cream, too?

A: And are you here on business?

C: Hi. How much are the rolls?

C: No, no, I'm just a tourist.

B: Which ones?

A : And can I ask you . .. what's in your bag today?

C: The egg and the chicken.

C: It's here in my pocket. My passport and money are never in my bag.

A: Thanks very much.

: Excuse me, where are you from? 0 : I'm South African. Why?

A : OK. Which course do you want to do?

A: Sure. Well, do you like music?

B: Oh, er ... yes. OK.

A: And your passport?

A : Can I help you?

2 These keys are yo urs.

T: Excuse me. Do you speak English?

C: That's a strange question. OK, er ... a camera, a newspaper from home from Paris, my sunglasses ... my MP3 player . .. that 's it.

Record ing 2

B: Yes, hi. I'm interested in one of your courses.

A: Excuse me, sir. Do you have a moment? A : Can I ask you a couple of questions? First of all, where are you from?


Recording I

B: The chicken is two euros seventy cents and the egg is three fifty.

C: And a cheese roll? B: That's two twenty. C: OK. Can I have two cheese rolls and an egg roll, please? B: Anything to drink?

A: Then maybe Singing for fun? The class is on Monday and Thursday evenings from six-th irty till eight-thirty at the music school. B: And what do they do in the classes?

A: Well, the teachers play the guitar and the students er . .. sing . .. old songs, new songs. They er ... B: I'm not sure. No .. . I don't think that 's good for me.

A: OK. Let 's see . .. do you take photos? B: Well , I ta ke them on holiday . ..

A: . .. because th e Digital photograph y course is on Saturday mornings from nine to twelve at the high school. A good time if you w ork Monday to Friday. You stud y how to take good photos. The teacher is a photographer. B: Hmmm ... no, no, I don' t like photography much .

A: Well , do you like dancing? T here's a salsa group - Salsa for beginners. T ey meet at the dance club on uesdays and Thursdays from seven to nine and practise salsa danCing. I kno tha at the weekend they meet and go to dance clu bs. B: Oh, no. I don 't dance .

A: Hmmm. OK .. . Where do you work l B: At a bank.

A: And do you Sit at your desk a lot? B: Yes, all day. I don't do much exercise.

A: Yes, me too. I'm here all day on t he computer but I do O ffice yoga. B: W hat do you do in an Office yoga class I

C: Er .. . yes, three espresso coffees, please.

A: O h, it 's great. We meet here at Union County on Mo ndays and Wednesdays fro m seven thirty to nine. We learn exercises that you do at your desk .. . stretching and rel axing exercises.

B: Three espressos at one fifty each. That's four fifty.

B: Yeah. That's good .. . er , •. yes ... OK, OK. Office yoga. How much is it?

C: OK. Thanks.

[email protected] Recording 3 I


2 Izl

sleeps, drinks, eats, gets plays, drives, knows, leaves

3 IIzl relaxes, studies, washes, practises

[email protected] Recording 4 I What time does the train leave? 2 When does the train arrive? 3 What time does the tour start? 4 When does the tour finish? 5 Where does the tour start from?

6 How much does the tour cost? 7 What tim e does the bank open? 8 When does the bank close?

[email protected] Recording 5

0 : W ell , he's quite serious and quiet and

Conversation 3 A: Hello, National Bank. Can I help yo u? B: Yes, just a question abou t yo ur opening hours. What time do you open on Monday?

A: W e open at 9.30 on Monday to Friday. B: Sorry, could you repeat that? Nine ... ?

A: Half past nine. B: And what time do you close? B: Are you open on Saturdays?

A: Yes, from 10a.m.

M: Yeah?

0 : Well, she's got a .. . difficult family

B: OK, thank you.

[email protected] Recording I I


3 unkind

A: 10.52. B: 10.52. That 's soon. Er . .. what ti me's the next trai n after that? A: The next o ne leaves at I 1. 15. B: And when does it arrive in Cambridge? A: At 12. 10. B: 12. 10. Great. Thank you. Conversation 2

A: Hello. B: Hello, can I help you? A: Yes, Can you tell me about the Bangkok temple tour? B: OK.

A: Er . .. What time does it start? B: It starts at 7a.m.

A: 7a.m! That's early. When does it finish? B: Lunchtim e. At about I o'clock. A: OK. And where does it start from? B: Oh, it starts and ends at the W at Phra Kaew.

A: Excuse me, the Wat Phra . .. Er, could you spell that? B: Sure. W -A-T .. . P-H-R-A ... K-A-E-W.

4 serious, talkative 5 unhappy, unfriendly 6 intelligent

[email protected] Recording 2 I



2 co usin


seven. All boys.

0 : Yes, so we never talk about.!!!»' life. M: So she doesn 't know about your new job?

0: N o, she thinks I'm still a waiter! M: But you have this great job now! You have to tell her. She's you r sister, she' ll be happy.

niece father

5 son


6 grandfather 7 daughter 8 nephew


M: Who is it?


0 : Oh , it's my sister! Hold on. Hi , Jenny.


[email protected] Recording 3 M = Meg

0 = David

M: OK, Tom . Nice to talk to you. Bye!

0 : So who was that? M: My brother Tom.

0 : Oh, have you got a lot of brothers and sisters? M: No, just one brother and one sister. Tom and Candy.

0 : Uh-huh ' " Do you see them a lot? M: Well, Tom and I are very close. We often do things together - go to the cinema, play tennis ... but I don't see Candy very often. She lives in Scotland and we aren' t very close. How about you, David?

0 : Maybe yo u're right .. . I don 't know, I feel uncomfortable. Ah, that's my phone.

How are yo u?

I;fill Recording I Group I

Group 2

travel lighter wallet Poland sandwich waiter

newspaper hairdresser listen to credit card Canada chewing gum

Group 3

Group 4

projector umbrella accountant take photos hot chocolate Korean

engineer souvenir clean the rooms Vietnam magazine ch icken roll

0 : I'm from a big family. I've got five brothers and a sister.

0 : Yeah, but I don 't see them often. Fou r

B: Fourteen euros.

0 : They're very young - two, fi ve and

3 wife

B: W ould you like to book the tour? A: How much does it cost?

A: OK, yes please.

M: Oh. How old are the children?

4 aunt

M: Five! That's a lot of brothers!

A: How much is that in euros?

situ ation. Her husband hasn 't got a job, they've got three children ... no money. You know.

M: Wow, three young kids an d no money! That's hard .

A: Thanks.

B: Six hundred and fifty baht.

We're close. I talk to her a lot .. . she phones me every day for a chat .. . usually about her problems.

A : At Ip.m.

A: Hello, National Rail. Can I help you?

B: Sorry, could you speak more slowly please? What time does It leave?

0 : That makes telephoning a bit difficult. M: Yeah ... so what about your sister?

B: And what time do you close?

2 funny, friendly, stupid, quiet, happy

A: There 's one at 10.52, gemng Into Cambndge at 11.54 .

M: Oh, I see. It 's the same for me and Candy. She doesn't like going o ut, and she isn't very talkative.

0 : Oh, Jenny and I, we're good friends.

A: At four.

Conversation I B: Yes, I want to go from London to Cambridge this morning. What time does the next train leave l

'" well, we like doing different th ings. He likes staying at home and reading and I ... I'm quite active and I like going out.

of them live a long way away. Nick lives here in the City but we hardl y ever meet. M: Why not?

I«MI Recording 2 Poem I I don't like my mobile phone. I often want to be alone. But then my mobile pho ne, it rings. I really, really hate these things!

Poem 2

R: Have you got a mobile phone number ?

'I like cooking an d cleaning, too.'

G: Yes, it 's 03837 4025.

'Oh, good. T he guests arrive at two.

R: ... 4125. G: No, 4Q25.

You make a cake and wash the floor and wake me up at half past four!'

R: OK, thank you. Please sign here.

I: It sounds great. Thanks, Jane If ou eblo want to find out more abou Ingles, there's info rma 'on 0 website at .. .

Poem 3

G: All right ... Oh, what's the date?

IIIallI , Reco rding

'Cou ld I have a sandwich, please?'

R: Today's the ninth of April.


'Of course, what kind? Meat or cheese?'

G: Ninth . .. April ... 20 I I. OK, thank you very much I

'Oh, I'm not sure, so can I please have one of those and one of these?'

G: Yes?

Poem 4 'Are you free at half past five?' 'Sorry, that 's when my friends arrive.' 'Then how about meeting at two or three?' 'Sorry, I'm busy.'

1«... Recording 3 G = Guest

R: Can I help you? G: Hello. My ... er ... wallet. I ... er ... R: Oh , you've lost your wallet? Where did you have it last? G: I'm sorry, I don 't understand . Er ... in the restaurant .. . I .. . er .. , R: No problem. Let me see. What co lour is it? G: Colour? It's ... er ... brown. R: And how much money is there in the wallet? G: Sorry. Could you speak more slowly, please? R: Erm ... how much money is in the wallet? G: Oh, a hundred dollars and .. . er .. . my credit card. R: OK, let me look. Is thi s yours? G: No. No. My wallet's a different brown. Oh, that's mine .. . yes ... in the box. R: OK, sir. Just a moment. I want to be sure that it 's your wallet. G: Of course it's my wallet! R: Can you tell me anything that's in the wallet? G: Sorry, cou ld you repeat that? R: What else is in the wallet? G: Oh , er .. . a photo of my wife.

R: OK ... G: ... and some money and a credit card . R: OK. This is yours. G: Thank you! R: Sorry, just a moment. I need to write some details for our records. Your name .IS . . ..I G: Moretti, Vincenzo Moretti. R: That's M-o-double r? G: No, one r and double t. R: M-o-r-e-t-t-i ... and your room number, Mr Moretti?

G: 368.

R: Is this your keycard? G: Oh, oh yes! Thank you!

lIlalll' I

'When are you free? '

R = Receptionist

R: Mr. Moretti?

Recording I

Is there a living room?

2 meat 3 4 5 6 7 8

Is there a television? How many people are there? There are two of us. There's a large shopping centre.



I = Interviewer

J = Janet



hot dQg











two thousand, five hundred and twenty-three

2 There's a big kitchen. 3 4 5 6








I: So, Janet, tell us about your holidays. J: OK. Well, every year I take a week's holiday in Spain . .. I stay in a beautiful villa, I have three meals a day, I have a lovely room , and I meet a lot of new people. I: That sounds nice .. . but very expensive! J: No, it's free - it costs me nothing. I: Why's that? J: Well, it 's called Pueblo Ingles, or English vi llage, and it's a place where Spanish people go to practise their English. So the Spanish people are the students, and they pay, but the English speakers pay nothing - we just speak English all day with the students. I: Really? How many people are usually there? And where are they all from? J: There are usually about twenty English speakers from Canada, the USA, England, Australia and Ireland, and twenty Spanish people from all over Spain. I: Are they all in their twenties, like you? J: Well, there are a lot of different ages, from early twenties to about sixty. I: And what do you do on a typical day? J: We have breakfast and then we do things together in pairs - an English speaker and a Spanish speaker. After fifty minutes, we have a ten-minute break and then we go with a different person. We do different activities and we speak English all day. In the evening we have a big meal together. There's only one rule. No Spanish! It's great fun - I love it!

2 three thousand, one hundred and forty-five

3 4 5 6

one thousand , o ne hundred and one ten thousand seven hundred and twenty-one two hundred and fifty thousand


Recording 3

I = Interviewer

M = Mike

I: Welcome to Twenty-four seven - the programme about peopl e and lifestyle. Today we're talking to Dr Mike McKay, who wrote the bestseller The Junk food lover's diet. So Dr McKay, is it true that on your diet, I can eat anything I want? M: Yes, that's right. I:

I can eat junk food - hamburgers, pizza, chips, crisps, chocolate ...

M: It's all fine. You can eat anything you want, and you' ll lose weight. I: Well ... can yo u explain that? M: It 's very simple. You can eat anything but you can't eat too much. So go ahead, get a hot dog every week . .. but don't eat the whole th ing! Eat half of it. I: Oh, I see. So with choco late, for example, how much is not too much? M: W ell , everybody loves chocolate. One bar a day is too much . On the Junk food lover's diet, yo u can eat two bars a week - no more. I: This sounds great! How about pizza? How much pizza is OK on the Junk food lover's diet? M: For lunch , you can have one piece of pizza. I: Every day? M: Every day. I: I usually eat four or fi ve! M: We ll , that's too much. O n the Junk food lover's diet, yo u can eat anythi ng .. . but not too much.


Is it OK to have pizza for dinner?

M: Well, pizza is very rich ... so have pizza at lunchtime, eat light foods for dinner. I: OK, cris ps are light but surely they 're bad .. . so full of oil and salt. M: We ll , one big packet of crisps every day, that's too much of course. But you can have three packets in a week. I: So Monday, Wednesday and Friday are crisp days' M: Oh, OK' I: How many hamburgers can I eat? M: One. I: One a day, that 's no t bad ... M: One a week! You can have one ham burger a week in a roll, with ketchup and cheese - that's all fine . M: Or a regular cola. I: Really, cola with sugar ... M: Yup, but . .. I: ... nottoom uch'

.......... Record ing 4 I'd ike a hamburger with onion and tomato in a roll and some salad, please. 2 Could I have a veggi e burger with corn on the cob l And so me onions on the burger, please. 3 Can I have a hamburger in a roll with lettuce and onion? And a salad too, please.


Recording 5

I and a salad too, please 2 corn on the cob 3 and some onions o n the burger 4 a hamburger in a roll 5 with onion and tomato 6 with lettuce and onion

IIJlliO Recording I The nineteenth of March , 1959 October the thirtieth, 1995 The thirty-first of March, 2002 January the sixth, 1805 The thirteenth of October, 1957 The twenty-first of May, 191 0 Jan uary the twenty-sixth , 2005

III III 0 It! worked finished sto pped helped

Recording 2 Idl changed loved played tried enjoyed travelled

thought, met, spoke, grew, woke, taught, knew, drew, wrote, slept, left, bought

1IJ11i0 Recording 4 P = Philip

D = Denise

P: Well, we haven't got any child ren so we adopted Zsilan in 1999. We went to China ... and we met Zsilan there and we brought her home with us to Sydney. She was, er, about two years old, but at first there was a problem ... D: Yes, she was a very intelligent little girl. but at first she was also really quiet. She ate a lot ... but she didn 't talk much . . . we didn't know what to do. P: Yes, she was very unh appy. D: So we went on the internet and we looked for other families with adopted Chinese children ... and we found a website and well, we got a big surprise.

I: And a diet cola?


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P: Yes, we wrote about Zsilan on the websi te. We wrote about her birthday - that it was on May 8th ... D: ... and a woman in Melbourne wrote back to say that her daughter, also a Chinese girl, named Lin, had the same birthday!

D: Yes, she was a very intelligent little gir but at first she was also really quiet. She ate a lot . . . but she didn 't talk much ... we didn 't know what to do. P: Yes, she was very unhappy.

IIllliO Recording 6 Conversation I

A: What did you do on Saturday? B: I had lun ch with my grandparents. A: That sounds nice. Conversation 2

A: Did you have a good day yesterday? B: No, we went for a walk and it rained'

A: So what did you do? Conversation 3 A: Did you have a good weekend? B: I wasn't very well so I stayed in bed.

A: That sounds awful. Conversation 4

A: How was your weekend? B: Fantastic, thanks'

A: Why, what did you do? Conversation 5 A: Did you do anything special at the weekend? B: No, we just stayed at home and relaxed.

P: So we put a photo of Zsilan on the websi te, and thi s other woman put up a photo of Lin, and . ..

A: That sounds lovely.

D: Here are the photos. Look at them. The girls look exactly the same.

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P: Yes, so we started to think, yes, maybe they are sisters ... maybe they're twins. So we went to Melb ourne with Zsilan and the two little girls met ... D: It was amazing, from the first moment' They looked at each o ther with such love, and then they laughed and played together all day.

The oranges are next to the bread. 2 The cheese is between th e beans and the pasta. 3 The pasta is under the rice. 4 The app les are on the left of the oranges. 5 The grapes are behind the carrots. 6 The bread is above the grapes and carrots.

P: For the first time, I felt that Zsilan was really ha ppy.

7 The app les are between the rice and the oranges.

D: We were sorry to leave. Zsilan and Lin never lived together but they vis it each other a lot and they li ke the same things: dancing and swimming . . .

8 The beans are on the left of the carrots.

P: A year ago, when the girls were eight years old, we had tests, and it was true - they are sisters! And with the same birthday, of course they're twin s. D: When we told Zsilan that Lin reall y was her sister, she smiled and said, 'I know she's my sister.'

IIllliO Recording 5 P = Philip

D = Denise

P: She was, er, about two years old, but at first there was a problem ...

IIJllld Recording I I empty

7 expensive

2 noisy

8 quiet

3 cheap 4 boring 5 uncomfortable 6 slow

9 fast 10 co mfortable II crowded 12 interesting

1IJ0liU Recording 2 H ello, it's 9.48a.m . on Monday the second of December. I'm Nick Young and I'm on the Trans-Siberian train. Welcome to my audio diary. First of all , some facts: the Trans-Siberian is the longest train journey in the world. It's 9,300 kilometres and takes seven days ... So, this is day one - we left the city an hour ago and I'm here in my co mpartment. It's quite comfortable with two beds, one for me and o ne for Anton. Anton 's from Sweden and he's very friend ly. H e doesn't speak much English but that's not a problem.

Conversation 4

A: So, the cafe is th e fourth building on the left.


B: No, it's the fourth bUilding on the right.

2 healthy 3 dangerou s

Conversation S

4 inconvenient

A: So, th e post office is opposite the

S difficult


6 conveme 7 safe 8 easy

9 comfortable 10 polluting

B: No, it's opposite the museum.

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Conversation 6


A: So, the town hall is opposite the bank.

R: W e're in Amsterdam , the Netherlands, and we 're talking to Carin van Buren, Carin 's rid ing a kind of scooter with a motor. Carin , what is this .. . er ... machine called?

B: N o, it's next to the bank.

IIJOII':I Recording I H ello ... Oh, hi Rob ... No, we're at the new exhibitio n at the N ational Gallery and we're looking at the Klimt paintings ... Yeah, they 're fantastic ... OK, see you later.

Hi , Nick here. It's day three and we're in Siberia. Out of the window you can see snow and forests and small vi llages for kilometre after kilometre. It 's beautiful. About every two hou rs the train stops at a small statio n and there are women selling bread, fish , fruit or vegetab les. W e often buy food for lunch or dinner. Wh en we get back on the train, we chat and read and have more cups of tea. Th en we have lunch and then dinner and then we go to bed . It's all very relaxing.

3 Hi ... Oh, look, I can't talk now we're just going in to a concert .. . It's the Mozart ... Yeah, the Requiem ... Sorry, I've got to go.

Hi there. Thi s is my last audio diary on this journey. In one hour we get into Vladivostok statio n I Last night the Ru ssian lady in the carriage next door had her fiftieth birthday party. It was crowded but we had a good time!

4 Hi , Felicity . .. Fine , thanks . .. Li sten, do you want to have a coffee later ... I After the match - maybe around four o'clock ... Yeah , it's Nadal again - he's amazi ng . .. Oh, you're watching th e match on TV ... ? Right, see you at four.

So what do I think about the TransSiberian train? Fantastic! And my best memories? Great dark forests , small Russian vi llages, and some good new friends . I reall y think thi s is the best journey of my life l

IIJOIIO Reco rd ing I

2 Nellie, it's me, Russ ... Hi, yeah, we're queuing to buy tickets for the co ncert. D o you want to come? I can get you a ti cket ... Two ... ? Oh, who 's your new friend ... ? Right. See yo u soon.




C : It's a balancing scooter. R: And do you ride it around t he city? C : Yes, I use it to go to work. Before th is year I went to wo rk by bike or sometimes by bu s. Th en I saw a bal ancing scooter on the internet and thought, th at looks good , and I bought one! R: Is it difficult to ride?

C: N o, it's actu all y very easy. R: And how long does it take to learn to ride? C: It takes abou t two hours. Yes, it took me two hours. R: Can you r ide it on the pavement here?

C: No, you can't. You have to rid e it on the road or you can use the bike path s. R: And how fast does it go?

C: Th e maximum speed is twenty-five kilometres an hour but I usuall y go slower than that.

S Zsuzsa, I just had to call you. The new deSigns, they're fantastic - everything's black and white, you know. Kate 's wearing white and Fabi o 's in all -black bl ack jeans, a black sweater and black jacket . .. OK, yeah, I'll take some pictures .. . Tal k to you later.

C: Yeah - yes, I do. I always wear a

1IJ0li'J Recording 3

IIJOII':I Recording 2

C: I think so. By bu s it took about forty-

Conversation I


A: So, th e park's between th e cinema and the pharmacy.

Are you looking for a film?

2 Is it an action film? 3 Is anyone famous in it?

B: No, it's behind the cinema and th e pharmacy.

4 D o you want to borrow a DVD?

Conversation 2

6 I've got it o n video.

A : So the supermarket's between th e cinema and the pharmacy. B: No, it 's between the cinema and the po st office.

S I haven't got a DVD player

IIJOII':I Recording 3 I Are you looking for a friend?

R: D o you feel safe on it? helmet. The scooter doesn't go very fast and it's easy to stop. R: And is it better th an travelling by bu s or bike? five minutes to go to work and now it takes me twe nty minutes by scooter. And it's better th an a bike because I'm no t ho t when I arri ve at work. R: Wh ere do yo u leave your scooter at work? C : I take it into my office and I leave it near my desk. R: Reall yl C : Yeah, it isn' t a problem.

2 Is it an action film?

R: Is it tiring to rid e?

Conversation 3

3 Is anyone famous in it?

A: So, the cinema is the fourth building

4 Do yo u want to buy a DVD?

C: Yes, it ~ quite tiri ng. You can't reall y relax.

o n the left. B: N o, it's the third building on the left.

S I have n't got a CD player. 6 I've got it on video.

R: Is there anything else you don't like about the scooter?

C: Sometimes peopl e laugh at me and I feel quite stupid . Oh yes, and people often sto p me and ask questions abou itl I don 't like that.

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5 I stay at home. I'll stay at home.

A Oh, hi . I'm really sorry I'm late. I

sunburnt, thirsty, bored, wet, hungry, hot, lost, co ld

6 I'll never go out. I never go out.

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A: And my car broke down .

Speaker I

T = Tim

B: Your car, again! A: And I left my wallet at home.

Well, the most difficult thing was th at there was so much water, but I was so th irsty. Food wasn't a big problem because I caught fish and at e th em. Of course I got sunburnt after the first day because I had nothing to put on my head. And I was afraid of sharks - once I saw one, but it just swam around the raft for a few minutes and then it went away.

T: So, Gordon, what would you like to do today!

missed the train.

B: I don't believe yo u. A: No, really, the traffic was terrible.

B: And!

B: Ah, your wallet. A : And ... OK, I forgot about our meeting! I feel terrible about this.

B: Well, don't worry about it. A: I'n; so sorry ... B: No, really, it's fin e. I

A: I'm so so f . . B: Th at's OKI! But don't let it happen again.

.;til Reco rding I G

= Greg J =Jurgen

G: Hey, Jurgen. It's my wife's birthday tomorrow. Can yo u recommend a good restaura nt! J: Well, what kind of food do you like l G: We both like Chinese food and ... er ... French food. J: T here's a good restaurant called Bouchon in town. It serves French food . G: Do you think my wife woul d like it! J: Yes, I think so. It's quite romantic. G: Where is it! J: It's in a small street near the cinema. G: Can you t~1I me the way! J: From the cinem a, you go down Hillside Road past the pharmacy and turn left. G: Left at the pharm acy. OK ... J: Th en go straight on for about two hundred metres. Take the second right and Bouchon is on the right. It isn't far. G: Great - thanks l J: Hi, Greg. Did you find the restaurant!

G: No' J: Oh!Why! G: Your directions were all wrong l You said to turn left at the pharmacy.


J: Oh, no - I'm so sorry. I always mix up left and right. G: Hm . My wife was really angry. I feel terrible about this.

G: In the end we went home and ordered pizza '


I felt very small and very tired. I walked all night, very slowly becau se of the sand , and I tried to stay coo l in the daytime, but it was so hot. On the second day I found some water - that was very lucky - but then I wanted to walk more, not just st ay by the water. I wanted to try to find my way back to the town. I had food with me, so I didn't get hungry - just very thirsty. Once I saw a snake, and I was afraid that one might go into my shoe, so I never took my shoes off. Speaker 3 There was snow everywhere, everything was white, and that's why I got lost - I didn't see the path . I was up there only one night, but it was the longest night of my life. The most important thing was staying warm. I didn't have enough clothes with me, so I got terribl y cold. I wanted to make a fire , but everything was wet. I slept on the ground and got colder. I didn 't think about food , I wasn't really hungry, but just so thirsty ... it was difficult, very difficult. Speaker 4 There was water, so I didn't get thirsty. And I didn't get too hungry because I knew what kind of pl ants to eat. Of course I got very lost , I walked day and night . .. but you know you can never, ever get bored there. There are so many different types of plants and ani mals and insects, it was beautiful ... so yes, I felt tired and lost, but not bored.

Oh, no ...

G: Ah, we ll. Maybe next year! Don 't worry about it, reall y.

G: I don't know. Have you got any ideas! T: What about going to a concert! G: Hmmm ... That might be difficult . T: Why! G: We don't like the same music. You like rock, I like hip-hop. T: Oh . That 's true. How about inviting some friends! G: I don't really feel like doing t hat. T: OK then. Why don't we stay home and watch TV! G: That's a good idea. What 's on! T: Let me see ... Uh , Castaway with Tom Hanks. G: Brilliant! T: And let 's have popcorn, too. G: Sounds good!

[email protected] Recording I head, toe, neck, teeth, hand , knee, feet, mouth, back, nose, th umb, stomach

[email protected] Recording 2 I = Interviewer I:

A = Ad rian

In today's programme I'm at the Real Age Clinic with Doctor Adrian Clark. Adrian, how can I f ind out my 'real' age!

A: OK, how old are you! I: I'm thirty-one. A : OK. We call that your 'birthday' age. Right. I'm going to ask you to do some tests and then I can te ll you if your real age is younger or older t han t hirtyo ne.

I: OK. A: We'll start with three simple tests. First of all is t he Balance Test. Come over here, please. OK, you have to close your eyes and stand on one leg. I: Stand on one leg. Right.

Oh, no ...

G: And we did, but it took us completely the wro ng way!


Speaker 2

G = Gordon

[email protected], Recording 3 You get co ld . You'll get cold.

2 We 'll miss the train . W e miss the train.

3 I'm sure you'll hate it. I'm sure you hate it.

4 They know you're a to urist. They'll know you're a tourist.

A: And I'm going to time you. I: Whoa ... this is quite difficult. I feel a bit stupid. I wasn't very good at that. How long was it! A : You did fourteen seconds. I: That isn't very good, is it!

A: Well, most people under twenty find this test easy but not many people over thirty can stand on one leg for more than twenty-five seconds. T he average for your age is about fifteen to twenty seconds ... so fourteen seconds is OK.

UIII"1 Recording 2

IHI Recording I

Conversation I

A : Could I speak to Susie Dee?

I: My right hand.

A: Have you ever flown in a helicopter?

B: She's not at home. She's back at three.

A: OK, hold out your right hand and o pen your thumb and first finger. I'm going to ho ld this ruler above yo ur hand . I'll say 'now' and you have to catch it. I: OK.

B: N o, I haven't. Have you?

I: Right. What's the next test? A : The second test is the Ru ler Test. Which hand do you write with?

A: Are you ready? I: Yes.

A: N ow .. . Oh , well done. You caught it . .. in the middle. I: Is that good? A : Yes, at twenty yo u should catch the ru ler half way down - in th e middle. Peopl e over forty-fi ve don't usually catch it! I: Oh , good . .. that 's better.

A: And th e next test. Can you touch your toes? I: Yes, that's easy. A: Ah, yes - but you have to keep your legs straight. I: Ah. I can touch my knees ... and . .. A : N o, be ca reful. Go slowly. That's enough. You can touch your ankles. That 's quite good for your age. I: So ... how did I do?

A: N ot bad. Your 'real' age fro m th ese three tests is . .. twenty-nine. Now I'm going to ask yo u some questions about your lifestyle and general health .

lijlll.11 Recording 3 A : A re you OK, Jim? B: N o. I have to meet Anne at 5.30 and look at this list!

A: Let me help. I'm not busy at the moment. B: Oh, can you? Thanks! A: N o problem. Shall I pho ne N oriko? B: Yes, pl ease. A: And then I'll email the Moscow office.

A: Yes, I have. Just once, when I went helicopter skiing - five years ago. B: That sounds interesting. What 's helicopter skiing? A: A helicopter takes you up the mountain and you ski from there. B: And how was it?

A: I'll leave a mes sage. Is that all right?

A : It was fun. I enjoyed it.

A : Why don't we meet and have a chat?

A : Well, hello Susie! How are yo u? C: I'm fine. What w ould you like to do? C: I don 't really feel like doing that.

A: Matt, have yo u ever sung in a karaoke club? B: N o, but I've sung at a party. It was last year sometime. N o, two years ago. At a birthd ay party.

A: What did you si ng? B: I can 't remember ... Oh, yes - I Did It My Way. It was fun . I can't sing, but it was a good laugh. Why are you asking? A: I'm going to a karaoke club tonight and I'm feeling quite nervous about it. B: You 'll be all right. Just relax and enjoy it' Conversation 3

A: What 's the matter? B: I have to drive to Dubli n to morrow and look at the rai n! Have you ever driven in really bad weath er?

A: Yes. I drove up to Scotland to visit my grandparents in 2007 and it just snowed non-stop - it was impossible to see the road ahead . B: Sounds dangerous.

A: Yes, so I stopped and stayed overnight in a hotel. After that I always visit them by train ' B: Yeah, that's a good idea. Maybe I'll go by train. Conversation 4

B: Fantastic' Let me give you the money.

A : Were you afraid?

A : It 's OK. Give it to me tomorrow. B: Thanks a lot. I'll do the same for you any ti me'

B: No. After ten seconds I closed my eyes and didn 't open them until it stopped'

lijlll"1 Recording I


I go fishing


2 watch bird s 3 climb a mountain 4 ride a horse

2 six double eight, two nine seven five

6 sail a boat

B: Let me chec k, your name is Jack? A: Oh, never mind - I'll call her back.

A : Then how about a walk together?

A : OK. And I'll get some flowers for Ellie. I'm going to the hospital to see her ton ight anyway.

5 swim in a river

B: Just a moment, I need a pen. A : She's got my number. My name's Ben.

Conversation 2

A: Look at this picture. It looks scary' Have you ever been on a roller coaster li ke that? B: Yes, when I was about nineteen in Munich. A friend of mine took me on a really big roller coaster.

B: Can you tell them I'll phone tomorrow?

Could you phone her back tonight?

Recording 3

three two three, four dou ble nine six

3 oh seven five, seven two eight one 4 six two three, two double eight nine 5 nine eight nine, double seven double six 6 oh eight seven oh, five double three, eight double nine two

C: Sounds good. Let me check the weather. It's going to rain - that 's not ideal.

A: So let's stay in and cook a meal !

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8 David Beckham is a famous footballer from the Britain.

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Germany - German

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5 In New York, the taxis are yel low.

China - Chinese

7 Starbucks is an American company with over 15,000 coffee houses in more than 40 countries.

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8 David Beckham is a famous footballer from Britain.



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B 2 That isn 't my file . 3 Who is that man over there? 4 Is this your photo?

S 2 Suzanna's 3 friend's 4 Nathan's 5 teacher's 6 Irena's

6A This is a photo of me at the Colosseum in Rome, Italy.

2 This is me and my Au stralian friend, Paul. W e're in Venice.

2 These keys are yours. 3 That bag is Jack's. 4 Those pencils are mine. 5 This mobile phone is Anita 's. 6 That magazine is yours.

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2 plays 3 drinks 4 drives 5 relaxes 6 eats 7 studies a knows 9 wasnes 10 leaves I I gets I 2 practises

Salsa for beginners: 3 Digital photography: 2 Singing for fun : I

drinks, eats, gets

C Office Yoga:

IA and B I

3 bureau de change, exchange rate, money

Salsa for Beginners:

4 train station , single ticket, platform

2A 2 help 3 Can 4 That's 5 have 6 please 7 euro a you

3A 2 a mineral water 3 an ice cream 4 two cheese ro lls 5 an egg ro ll 6 three espresso coffees

Monday and Wednesday; here (Union County);

stretching and relaxing exercises

snack bar, cola, coffee, sandwich

2 tourist shop, postcard, battery, souvenir


Tuesday and Thursday; dance club; practise salsa dancing (and they go to dance clubs at the weekend)

Digital Saturday; high school; Photography: study how to take a good photo Singing for Fun:

2 drives, knows, leaves 3 stu dies, washes, practises

4 2 makes 3 doesn't drive 4 takes 5 startS 6 has 7 doesn't stop a sees 9 fini shes 10 doesn't sleep I I reads 12 gets I 3 has 14 goes

SA I Yes, he does. 2 N o, he doesn 't.

B 2 F3F4T5F6T 7TaF

Monday and Thursday; music school; sing old songs, new songs (and the teachers play the gUitar)

C 2 People ta lk to AI. 3 People are very hungry at night.


5 A I loves hot dogs.


2 Do you like music?

a AI goes to the park with his boys.

b) I c) 1.50 d) 4.40 e) 3.50 f) 4.50

3 .....

4 2 lift 3 restaurant 4 keycard 5 parking 6 reception 7 internet connection a room service

4 Where do you work? 5 Do you sit at your desk a lot? 6 What do you do in an Office Yoga classl

6 2 Does Juanes drink coffee ? 3 What does 'junk' mean? 4 When does he have lunch? S, Does she like popcorn?


6 Which newspaper does Kay read l


b) 5 c) I d) 6 e) 4 f) 2

2. 1


a Where does your car come from?

2 don't watch I listen to 3 don't eat 4 drink 5 read 6 don 't go 7 don't do a play


2 do 3 go 4 play 5 take 6 eat 7 drink a listen 9 watch 10 read

2A I sport, golf, fil m 2 photo, coffee, nothing 3 TV 4 cinema, exercise 5 magazine, DVD 6 MP3 player

3 Do the students in your class live near you? No, they don't. 4 Do you and Clara li ke Italian food? Yes, we do. 5 Do you listen to Radio 5, Daniell Yes, I do. 6 Do Ursula and Hans study English with you? No, they don't. 7 Do I have classes on Saturday? No, you don 't. a D o you and your famil y eat together? Yes, we do. 9 Do A li and Marco play tenn isl Yes, they do. 10 Do you and Ana drin k coffee? No, we don 't .


shop assistant

2 police officer


3 politician


4 waiter

2 have lu nch 3 go to bed 4 get home 5 have dinner 6 get up 7 start work a leave home 9 finish work

5 businessman

3 2 Do you do a lot of sport, Kiko? Yes, I do.

7 How does Faisal come to work?

B b) I c)

6 receptionist 7 doctor a sportsman

a d) 7

e)2 f) 9 g) 4 h) 5 i) 3

9 actor


Hidden job: hairdresser

2 On Tuesday, I phone my mother and I chat with her for hours.


3 On Wednesday, I get up early, but I don't go to work - it's my free day. 4 On Thursday, I work in the office or I work at home.

2 It's quarter past nine I It's nine fifteen . 3 It's ten past eleven I It's eleven ten. 4 It's quarter to three I It 's two fortyfive .

5 On Friday, I go out late with my friends or I go to bed early.

5 It's twenty past fi ve I It's five twenty.

6 On Saturday, I play tenn is with Pete at 9 and I have lunch w ith him.

6 It's twenty-five to nine I It 's eight thirty-five.

7 On Sunday morning, I read a newspaper but it isn't in English!

7 It 's five to eleven I It's ten fifty-fi ve.

a On Sunday afternoon, I listen to music or I watch TV.

a It 's twenty to two I It's one forty.




2 When does the train arrive?

2 quiet 3 funny 4 un kind 5 inte lligent 6 unhappy

2 haven't got

3 What time does the tour start?

3 hasn't got

4 When does the tour finish?


4 have got

5 Where does the tour start from?

2 often 3 never 4 usually 5 someti mes 6 hardly ever 7 always 8 often 9 always 10 usually

5 's got / has got

8 When does the bank close?


8 's got / has got


No, Sandy and Cristina aren't good flatmates.

6 How much does the tour cost? 7 What time does the bank open?

What time does the train leave? 2 When does the train arrive? 3 What time does the tour start? 4 When does the tour finish? 5 Where does the tour start from? 6 How much does the tour cost l 7 What time does the bank open? 8 When does the bank close?

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3A In all three conversations.

B Hi Maria, How are you? I'm fine but I've got a new flatmate, Cristina, and she's a real problem. She never talks to me. When she comes home in the evening I usually ask her about her day. She always says 'fine ' and then she usually watches TV or she sometimes goes to her room to sleep! She hardly ever wants to chat. What can I do?

6 haven 't got 7 've got / have got

B 2 Has your brothe r got a new computer? No, he hasn't. 3 Have you got a house? No, we haven't. 4 Has your sister got an MP3 player? Yes, she has. 5 Has your flat got four rooms? Yes, it has. 6 Have your parents got a black car? Yes, they have.



B: No, I haven't , but I've got a pencil.

Dear Zsuzsa,

A: Is it black?

How are you? I'm fine but my new flatmate, Sandy, is a problem. She never sto ps talking. In the evening after classes I'm often tired. I usually want to relax in front of the TV for half an hour or I sometimes have a short rest. She always wants to talk abo ut her day. I hardly ever have energy to listen.

B: No, it's red . A: Has it got a rubber?

B: Yes it has. A: Can I borrow it? Thanks.

2 A: Have you got you r camera with yo u?

That's my news. Email me soon!

B: No, but Fatima's got an MP3 player.


A: Has it got a camera, Fatima?

2 Excuse me, the Wat Phra ... ?


B: No, it hasn't. But my mobile phone's got a camera.

3 Could yo u spell that?

2 Joanne, Patsy 3 Karl , Miki 4 Beth, Miki 5 Steve, Levente

A: Is it good?

B Sorry. could you speak more slowly please?

4 Sorry, cou ld you repeat that?

4A 2 make 3 go 4 buy 5 do 6 do 7 clean 8 wash 9 cook 10 do

B I cooks dinner, does the washing-up 2 goes shopping, buys food , washes the floors 3 make the beds, do the ironing, clean the rooms

B: Not really. It's very small and the pictures aren't very good.

S I very, quite 2 very, quite, very 3 quite, very, very 4 very, quite, very 5 very, very, quite

A: That's OK. Can you take a photo of me?

B: OK, sm il e ' Look. You've got a nice smile.

3.2 IA 2 brother 3 wife 4 nephews 5 daughters 6 son 7 hu sband 8 uncle 9 aunt 10 cousins I I niece I 2 pare nts


SA David - 2, 4, 5 Meg - 2,3

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2 daughter 3 parents 4 aunt 5 uncle 6 nephew 7 niece 8 wife 9 husband 10 grandparen ts

2 intelligent 3 funny 4 friendly 5 talkative 6 unkind 7 serious 8 unhappy 9 stupid 10 quiet I I unfriend ly 12 happy

6A 3

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B a) 2,4,7,12, 14 b) 3, 13


c) 5,6, II

2 funny, friendly, stupid, quiet, happy 3 unkind 4 talkative, serious 5 unhappy, unfriendl y 6 intelligent

d) 8,9 , 10







8 5 9 s 10 5


5 When does Roy get up? 6 Who 's / is Cynthia?

2 does / three times a week 3 has / twice a week 4 cleans / twice a month 5 goes / every day 6 meets / o nce a week 7 goes / once or twice a year 8 phones / twice a day, every day

7 Does she clean the rooms? 8 What does Roy usuall y do in the afternoons? 9 What do he and the guests do in the evenings? 10 Does he like his job?

2 He's from Canada. 3 It's in Corfu, Greece.

2 Yes, I am . What do you want to do?

4 They don 't get money. They're vo lunteers.

4 Mmm. That's a problem. I don't like loud music.

5 He gets up at 6.

5 Do yo u like films?

7 No, she doesn't. 8 He goes to the beach.

7 How about seeing the new James Bond film?

9 They chat. 10 Yes, he does.

8 OK. What time do you want to go? 10 OK, see you there '

3 2 great 3 shame 4 awfu l 5 terrible 6 interesting 7 wonderfu l

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b) 2 c) I d) 5 e) 3

2 've got / have got 3 's got / has got 4 has n't got / has no t got 5 's / is 6 's / is 7 have got 8 Am Question 8 : Amari is a boy.


C 0




B 2 The re 's a big kitchen. 3 Is there a television?

'Oh, good. The guests arri ve at two.


2 there isn't 3 there 's / is 4 is there 5 th ere's / is 6 are there 7 There are 8 Is the re 9 there are 10 there 's / is

But then my mobile phone, it rings. I reall y, reall y hate th ese things'

4 How many


are th ere?

5 There are two of us. 6 There's a large shopping centre .

You make a cake and wash the floor


and wake me up at half past four"

2 in front of 3 above 4 between 5 on 6 behind 7 next to 8 under

3 'Could I have a sandwich, please? ' 'Of course, what kind? Meat or cheese?'

4A 2 mirror 3 picture 4 cu rtain 5 sofa

'Oh , I'm not sure, so can I please have one of those and one of these?' 4 'Are you free at half past five? '

a) 4 b) I c) 3 d) 2

'Sorry, that's when my friends arrive.'


'Then how about meeti ng at two or three? '

2 works 3 are 4 don't get 5 gets up 6 has 7 doesn't cook 8 's / is 9 does 10 cleans I I helps 12 doesn't work 13goes 14 chat ISis / 's 16don'twant

'When are you free ?'

'So rry, I'm busy.'



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2 Where's / is he from?

B I Vin cenzo Moretti 2 368 3 038374025 4 wall et 5 $100 6 credit 7 photo of wife 89th April 20 I I



armch ai r, sofa, cupboard , she lves, wardrobe, desk

I often want to be alo ne .

2 'I like cooking and cleaning, too.'







L C 0

Places in a hou se : kitchen , bedroom, balcony

4 engineer / J, souvenir / 0, clean the rooms / V, Vietnam / C , magazine / 0, chicken roll / F

4 How much money do the vo lunteers get?


L N 0


2 newspaper / 0, hairdresser / J, listen to / V, credit card / 0, Canada / C. chewing gum / F

3 Where's / is the hoste l?



IA and B



2 intelligent 3 serious, kind, friendly 4 talkative 5 stupid


3 projector / 0, umbrella / 0 , accou ntant / J, take photos / V, hot chocolate / 0 , Korean / N

R 0



I don't like my mo bile phone.

travel/V. lighter / 0 , wallet / 0 , Poland / C, sandwich / F, waiter / J







6 She's the chef.

6 Yes, I do.

9 Seven's good for me.

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2 3 How abou t go ing to a club?

I'ti •

Band C I don 't have 2 use 3 don 't have 4 put 5 open 6 don't paint

D 2 There's 3 T here 's 4 There 's 5 The re 's 6 There are 7 There are 8 T here's 9 T here are 10 There's


SA A man lives on the twe lfth floor of a tall bu ilding. Every morning he leaves home, ta es the lift down to the lobby and leaves the bUilding. In the evening he gets into the lift, goes to the tenth fl oor, opens the lift do ors an d walks up t he stairs to his fl at. Sometimes there's someone e lse in the lift and he goes up to t he twe lfth fl oor.

B The man is very short. In the morn ing he pushes th e butto n for t he ground floor but in th e eveni ng he can't reach t he button for the twelfth floor. When there's so me o ne else in the lift, he /she pushes the button for the twe lfth floor for the sho rt man.


4 There are a lot of sausages in the fridge .


S Does he like grapes?

2 hairdresser's 3 newsagent's 4 clothes shop S baker's 6 butcher's 7 electronics shop 8 shoe shop 9 books hop 10 internet cafe

8 We don 't eat a lot of eggs.



I swimmi ng costume 2 newspapers, magazines 3 jeans, jacket 4 dictionary S bread , cake 6 blank DVD, headphones, memory stick

IB2 A 3C

B pepper C an onion


6 A: Can you help me? A: Have you got these jeans in black? A: Oh, they aren't big enough. Have you got them in size 16?


A: Great, I' ll take them. How much are they ?


B: They 're €39.99.

I Spain 2 English

2 A: Can I help you?


B: No, it's too big. Have you got it in small?

2 forty 3 many different countries 4 between twenty and sixty years o ld S different Spanish students 6 eats with the Spanish students 7 neve r 8 likes it a lot

2 Across:

3 pharmacy 4 sports centre 6 muse um 8 bank 9 cinema


I theatre 2 supermarket 3 post office S town hall 7 school

B: Thanks. That's great. How much is it ? B: What? £60' That's too expensive. A: Fine. No problem .

3 2 I'm just looking, thanks. 3 Have you got this T-shirt in small? 4 No, sorry. Only in medium. 6 We've got it in red.

2 you can 3 We can 4 Can you S I can't 6 you can 7 Can I 8 can he 9 he can 10 he can't I I Can he 12 he can't

7 Mmm, I'm not sure. I need to think about it.


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2 speak 3 see 4 travel Swatch




I China 2 Switzerland 3 Ital y 4 Russia S Lo nd o n

Fruit: bananas, app le, grapes Vegetables: carrots, cucumber, onion


Meat and fish: chicken, sardines, hot dog

2 In Canada you can hear two languages

Drink: fruit juice, water, milk Other: bread, yoghurt, butter

3 You can visit it in Florence.

S ... but in London you can choose between sixtee n ...

SA B Eduardo C Theo D Steve E Jorge F Andrei G Tony H Nene

B 2 in front of 3 opposite 4 next to S on the left of 6 near

7 Do you eat a lot of biscuits?


I so me 2 any, an, a 3 any, some 4 some, any S any, some 6 a

7 2 There's some bread, but there isn 't any butter. 3 There isn't any fruit juice, but the re's so me water. 4 There aren't any bananas, but there are some app les. S There are some grapes, but there isn 't any cheese. 6 There's so me pasta, but there isn't any tomato sauce. 7 There aren 't any onions, but there are some carrots. 8 There 's some salt, but there isn 't any pepper.


S No, it isn 't right. Thanks anyway.


4 ... in Russia you can go through e leven time zones.

6 I don 't like butter.


2 bars 3 tube 4 bottles S packet 6 jar 7 bags 8 ro lls

2 2 three thousand, one hund red and fortyfive 3 one thousand, one hundred and o ne 4 ten thousand S seven hundred and twenty-o ne 6 two hundred and fifty thousand

3A 2 How many letters are there in the English alphabet? 3 How much beef is th ere in a hamburger? 4 How many vowe ls are there in English?

Message: Don't eat too much'

S How many cents are there in a euro?


6 How much water is there in a 2S-metre swimming pool?

2D3S4SSD6 D 7S8S


7 How much juice is there in ten kilos of oranges?

2 fruit 3 rolls 4 peas S meat 6 rice 7 beans 8 pasta

8 How much sugar is there in o ne can of cola?


9 How many countries are there in th e UK?

Students' own answers.

4 2 Is coffee good for you? 3 There's a lot of sugar in the cupboard .

10 How many kilometres are th ere in a mi le?




b)6 c) 10 d) I e)a f)2 g) 9 h) 4 i) 7 j) 3

2 a) W as Beatrix Potter a w riter? Yes, she was.

jus nand

b) W as she English? Yes, she was.


3 a) Were Beeth oven and Wagner dan cers? No, th ey weren't.

The answer is 2.

B 2 How mu ch 3 How many 4 How many 5 How many 6 How much

c I half 2 two bars 3 seven pieces 4 three packets 5 one 6 not too much


b) Were they German? Yes, they were. 4 a) W as Confu cius a doctor? No, he wasn't. b) Was he Chinese 7 Yes, he was. 5 a) Were Che Guevara and Eva Pero n singe rs? No, they were n't. b) Were they Argentinian? Yes, they were.

2b) many 3b) much 4b) a lot of 5b) no 6b) non e


6A I breakfast 2 lunch 3 snacks 4 dinner 5 fo reign food


2 were, 's I is 3 wasn't, 's I is 4 's I is, was 5 weren't, 're I are 6 was, isn't 7 wasn't, 'm not a was, 's I is 9 were, aren 't 10 aren't, we re

4A 2 menu 3 dishes 4 chef 5 dishes 6 menu 7 order a wai te r 9 chef 10 bill I I bill 12 tip 13 tip 14 waiter

2 I Are you ready to orde r? 2 I'd li ke so me onion soup, please. 3 Wou ld yo u like a main course? 4 Could I have so me roast lamb? 5 What vegetables wou ld you li ke? 6 Can I have po tatoes and peas, please? 7 Something to drink?


Could I have some mineral water?

3A C I: hamburger, ro ll, o nion, to mato, salad C2: veggie burger, o ni on, corn o n the co b

2 May the first, two th o usand and ten I the first of May, two th ousand and ten 3 March the thirty-fi rst, two th ousa nd and two I the thi rty-first of Marc h, two thousand and two 4 October the thirtieth, ninetee n ninety-five I the thirti eth of O cto ber, nineteen ninety-fi ve



4 a ham burge r~in~a roll 5

wi th~o ni o n~and

6 with


l ettu ce~a nd~o ni on

4 2 salt 3 to sti r 4 spices 5 breakfast 6 juice 7 to squ eeze to mix 9 soy sauce 10 to turn ove r I I noodl es 12 market I 3 to dro p 14 oil 15 vegetabl es I 6 pan 17 fi sh


IIJlllii 6. 1 2 weren't, we re 3 was, wasn't 4 was, we re n't 5 were, were 6 wasn't, was

D I in 2 for 3 together 4 in 5 in 6 in. or 7 with a on, away

6.2 IA I t /: fini shed , stopped, helped I d / : changed, loved, played, tried , enjoyed, trave ll ed

IId /: started , wanted, hated

C 2 met 3 spoke 4 grew 5 woke 6 taught 7 knew drew 9 wrote 10 sle pt I I left 12 bought


D !J:/:

taught, bought

l ei:

met, slept, left

I ;)u /: spoke, woke, wrote l u: / : grew, knew, drew


2 She didn 't go to Bath University.

7 May the twenty-first, nineteen ten I the twenty-first of May, nineteen ten


january th e sixth, eighteen oh five I the sixth of janu ary, eighteen oh five

th e cob the burger

C 2 T 3F4T5F 6F

6 October th e thirteenth, nineteen fiftyseven I the thirteenth of October, nineteen fifty seven

2: 1/ 512010

so m e~on i o n s~on

Kate and Leonardo:

5 january the twenty-sixth , two thousand and five I the twenty-sixth of january, two th ousand and five


3 and

George and Brae:

2 came 3 had 4 left 5 went 6 studi ed 7 travelled a met 9 got married I 0 opened I I worked I 2 opened 13 sold 14 died

C3: hamburger, roll , lettu ce, o ni o n, salad


C ','


B 3 She didn't become a teac her. 4 She didn't stay at home. 5 They didn't start a cafe. 6 She didn 't have a son.

3 2 Wh ere did she grow up?

2 I was at unive rsity in 1995.

3 How many brothers and sisters did she have?

3 He wasn't at home a week ago .

4 What did she do after she left school?

4 We we re at the party last weekend.

5 Wh en did she get married ?

5 Were you at work on/last Wed nesday?

6 Where did she o pen the first Body Sho p?

6 My parents were both eighty years old last year.

7 When did she die?


7 The childre n we re tired yesterday morning, and today, too.

I True 2 Maybe 3 True 4 True 5 Maybe



It was cold in/last july.

9 We were in the cafe yesterday afternoo n. 10 Simon was here ten minutes ago, but he isn't here now.

6A 3 Famous fri e nd s

2 two 3 unhappy 4 a photo 5 the sa me 6 Me lbourne 7 loved a didn 't live 9 swimming 10 eight

D I about 2 at first 3 very 4 really 5 a lo t 6 much 7 very






Kasia didn 't study last night because she felt toO tired. She needed some fresh air, so / and she went out for a walk. It was a warm evening, so / and there were a lot of people in the street. They looked happy, but they weren't very friendl y. She met an old friend and they went to a cafe. They didn 't talk very much, but they we re happy to be together again. Kas ia drank coffee; he didn 't drink anything, because he wasn't thirsty. They wanted to meet again, so / and he gave her his phone number. Kasia tried the number, but / and it didn 't work, so she isn't very happy now.

2 In 1968.

2 studied 3 lost 4 moved 5 left 6 met 7 finished 8 found 9 got 10 had I I became 12 went 13 bought 14 died

6.3 IA 2 watched 3 played 4 went for 5 stayed 6 went 7 watched 8 played 9 stayed


3 No, they didn't. 4 A man brought them to their house. 5 Five big bars.


6 Two brothers and five sisters.

Albert Einstein



2 armchairs, sofa

b) Can I help you?

3 television, calculator, mobile phones, computers

c) It's too small. Thanks anyway. d) Have you got this in a large?

4 play football, play other games, go for walks, go to the theatre /see a play

b) And what wo uld you li ke to drink?

5 supermarket, (corner) shop, post office, theatre

c) Are you ready to order?

b) cupboard c) school d) memory stick e) headphones f) stay in bed g) wardrobe h) go clubbing i) museum j) bathroom


3 What film did you see? 4 Was itgood l

I a, j 2 b, g 3 d, e 4 f, h 5 c, i





7 Where did you go?





8 How was the musicl








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9 What time did you get back?



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4A I kilo of apples

REVIEW AND CHECK 2 IA 2 weren't 3 had 4 were 5 bought 6 didn't buy 7 brought 8 went 9 ate 10 were I I was 12 didn 't have 13 did 14 played 15 went 16 saw

I ti n of beans I kilo of carrots

B 2 None 3 How many 4 are 5 any 6 some 7 Is 8 any 9 a 10 any

SA B 2 When did her family buy their first colour TV? 3 Did Terry's family go shopping fo r food at the supermarket? 4 Where did they buy milk, bread and eggs?

B I d, a, c

2 c, a, b, d



5 Who did you go with?

10 Are you tired now)

d) Can I have a glass of mineral water, please?


2 What did you do?

6 Wha did you do on Sundayl

2 a) Yes, I'd li ke the chicken with potatoes and rice.


2 The cheese is between the beans and the pasta. 3 The pasta is under the rice. 4 ./ 5 The grapes are behind the carrots.

I b 2c 3a 4a S c 6a 7b 8b 9c lO a I lc 12b 13b 14b 15c 16b 17 a 18 a 19 c 20 c 2 1 a 22 b 23 a 24 a 25 c 26 a 27 b 28 a 29 b 30 b

IIlliin 7.1 IA 2 uncomfortable 3 fast 4 crowded 5 interesting 6 quiet 7 expensive 8 boring 9 cheap 10 noisy

B I slow, fast 2 noisy, boring, quiet, crowded 3 comfortable, interesting 4 expensive 5 uncomfortable

2 2 South Africa's hotter than Italy. 3 I'm older than my brother. 4 Indian food is spicier than English food . 5 Lena's more intelligent than me. 6 Cola is sweeter than lemonade. 7 Chinese is more difficult than English . 8 Crisps are worse for yo u than chips.

3 2 better 3 more interesting 4 more romantic 5 closer 6 colder 7 bigger 8 friendlier

5 How much chocolate did John and his friends get for ten pence?

6 ./


7 ./

No, they aren't good travel partners.

6 How many brothers and sisters did Winston have?

8 The beans are on the left of the carrots.

B 2 T 3 T 4 TM 5 T 6 M 7 M 8 TM

C 2 the apartment 3 the apartment 4 the hotel 5 Mi ke 6 Tim 7 Tim 8 Mike

7.2 I lake 2 bridge 3 river 4 jungle 5 market 6 mountain 7 city 8 village 9 famous building 10 desert You have 'a great time 'l

2A I C2A3B

B 2 The cheapest is Family fun .

there's a station where they usually get food , but the food truck wasn't there.

4 How many bags are Jo and Sam carrylngl

N obody on the train was worried about this because almost everybody brought th eir own food. A guy called Egor gave us half of his roast ch icken, and a Chinese couple gave us some bread. People w ere so kind . Anton and I ta lked abou t how to thank them ... so I taught them some English songs, and it wa s really just a big party. My best day on the trainl

5 Who 's photo 0 !


3 The most comfortable is Luxury

5 The longest is Mountain adventure.

adventure. 8 The shortest is Luxury weekend. 9 The most uncomfortable is Mountain

adventure. 10 The coldest is Mountain adventure.

3A 2 What's the shortest word on this page! 3 Which is the most interesting text in units 1- 6 of this book!

a is oger



7 Wh o's / Wh o is laughing! 8 Wh at 's / What is Z oe drinking!

D 2 She's tal ki ng to Paolo. 3 They're Si tting at a cafe/at a table. 4 They 're carrying four bags.

6 He's talking/speaking on his mobile (ph one).

2 car park 3 swimming pool 4 theatre 5 library 6 bus station 7 art gallery 8 tourist information 9 park 10 museum

7 Paolo's laughing.


8 She's drinking a coffee.

6 The easiest is Luxury weekend. 7 The most difficult is Mountain

6 What 's /

ng a


5 He's taking a ph oto of Jake.

weekend. 4 The noisiest is Family fun .


2 turn 3 straight 4 past 5 Dawson 6 into 7 on / ahead 8 left

3 22c 33a 44b

4A 2 the cinema and the post office. 3 th e third building on the left. 4 the fourth building on the right 5 the museum 6 next to

3 2 Is your ph one ringing! Yes, it is. / No, it isn 't. 3 Are you doing this exercise with a pen? Yes, I am . / N o, I'm not. 4 Are any other peopl e sitting in the room? Yes, they are. / No, they ilren't.


5 Is music playing in the room? Yes, it is. / N o, it isn't .

4 Which is the best exercise on thi s page!

2 N o, it's between the cinema and the (post office)

6 Are you enjoying this exercise! Yes, I am. / No, I'm not.

5 What's the most difficult grammar point in English!

3 No, it 's the~building on the left.

7 Is your teacher writing on the board! Yes, he /she is. / N o, he / she isn't.

6 Who's the happiest person in your family! 7 Who 's the friend liest person in your English class!

4 N o, it's the fourth building on the (right) 5 N o, it 's opposite the(museum)

8 Are yo ur class mates drinking coffee? Yes, they are. / N o, they aren't.

6 N o, it 's(next to)the bank.

4 2 for 3 of 4 to 5 about 6 on 7 on 8 at

8 Which is the worst restaurant in town!





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2 a/ I 3- 8 stud ent 's own answers

4A H is train goes from Moscow.

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B 2 having 3 running 4 staying 5 swimming 6 sleeping 7 writing 8 trying 9 beginning 10 giving

I reall y likes 2 wants 3 going into 4 wants 5 Some of


David took Julia's phone.

2 's / is taking


3 are standing, listening

2 them 3 we 4 she 5 it 6 her 7 we 8 her 9 he 10 his I I it I 2 her I 3 him 14 his 15 it I 6 they

4 's / is wa lking, isn't liste ning

D 4 Nick can't see any lakes. 5 Th ey buy food from women at stati ons. 6 They drink a lot of tea.

SA Hi , it's N ick again . We started the day w ith a surprise - but not a good one. A nton and I went to the dining ca r fo r breakfast and th ere wasn 't any food. That wasn't a big pro blem because I had some biscuits and we drank some tea, but th en we went back fo r lunch and it was th e same situation. The waiter told us that



's / is sitting, drinking

6 are chaning, aren't watching 7 's / is looking 8 's / is selling

B B Roger C Megan D Paolo E Philip F W esley G Zoe H Lisa I Kalila J Jo and Sam

C 2 Who's / Who is Zoe talking to! 3 Where are Zoe and Paolo Sitting!

8.2 IA A Tom B Bruce C Robert D Sam E Mike F William

B 2 Belinda's got short dark hair. She isn' t very slim. 3 Jay's got short curly bl onde hair. She isn 't very slim . 4 Keira's got long dark hair. She's very slim.



3A I you can't 2 You can 't ride 3 Can people smoke / they can't 4 Can we walk / we can 5 Taxis can drive


m having

I b) Are you looking for a friend?


m sitting

2a) Is it an action film?

4 aren' t wo rking

3b) Is anyone famous in it?

5 don't usually start

4b) Do you want to buy a DVD?

6 doesn't like

5b) I haven't got a CD player.

7 works

6a) I've got it on video.

I can't 2 don 't have to 3 can't 4 don't have to



a Is she looking 9 looks 10

m phoning

3 2 's cooking / is cooking 3 's helping / is helping


6 are you wearing



C 2 By bus or bike. 3 About two hours. 4 25 kilometres an hour. 5 Yes, she does. 6 Near her desk. 7 Stupid. a N o, she doesn't.


a wear

2 went by 3 rides 4 take 5 go on 6 goes by 7 'm getting on a came by

10 don't (u sually) stand


2F3E4D5H6G7 BaI9A

7 don 't usuall y wea r

9 'm standing / am standing

2 can 't 3 have to 4 can we 5 can 't 6 can 7 can a Do we have to 9 can we 10 don't have to I I can 't 10 can

IA B helicopter C bike D horse E taxi F plane G train H motorbike I foot

4 are (you) doing 5 'm watching / am watching




II get

I b 2c

12 'm waiting / am waiting

2 cline 25 3 b line 27 4 a line 29 5 e line 36 6 d line 42

I alarm clock 2 missed 3 lost, keys 4 broke down 5 traffic, bad



2 - 3 a 4 - 5 the 6 a 7 an a - 9 I 0 - I I a I 2 the

2 I don't believe you.

4 Across:

I skirt 3 shoes 5 dress 6 jeans a tie 9 socks 10 shirt

D own:

2 trouse rs 3 sweater 4 coat 6 jacket 7 suit a top

S Yes, the bus station is down this street on the left.


3 the traffic was terrible. 4 my car broke down. 5 I left my wallet at home. 6 I feel terrible about this.

I Wool / cotton 2 more comfortable 3 comfortable and cheap

2 Rajiv is an actor in Mumbai.

7 don 't worry about it. a I'm so sorry.


3 I haven't got a car, but I've got a motorbike.


C 2e3a4f5c6d

8.3 IA 2 horror film 3 sci-fi film 4 musical 5 romantic film 6 comedy 7 drama


2 2 What kind of fi lms do you like? 3 There's a good film called The Matrix.

4 The Town Hall opens at 9.30 in the morning. 5 I love planes and flying. I always ask for a window seat. 6 Keith often works at home in t he evening. 7 Is Manchester in the UK?

a ./ 9.2 IA 2 healthy 3 dangerous 4 inconvenient 5 difficult 6 convenient 7 safe a easy 9 comfortable 10 polluting

9 No, really, it's fine. 10 But don't let it happen again .

3 First of all, I left the house late because I lost my keys. Then I missed the bu s, so I phoned a taxi but the taxi broke down and I waited thirty minutes for another taxi. After that, I got to th e restaurant an hour late, but I left your present in the taxi. I phoned the taxi com pany, but they didn 't answer, so I went into the restaurant, but you weren 't there. Finally, I went home and tried to phone you, but you didn't answer.


4 What's it about?


2 checked in

5 Who's in it?

I safe 2 healthy, easy 3 dangerous, difficult, comfortable 4 convenient, polluting 5 inconvenient

3 security


6 tax-free shopping


7 gate

3 Is~an yo ne famous~i n~i t?


a get on

4 Do yo u want to borrow~a DVD?


6 Do yo u think I'd like it? 7 Can I borrow it?

3A 2 Is~it....,an ~action film?

5 I haven't got....,a DVD player. 6 I've got....,it....,on video.

4 passpo rt control 5 departure lounge


B 2 Where are you going new fl at, Jim?

IA 2 plays 3 'm writing 4 're having 5 arrive 6 came 7 do n't have to 8 can 9 can't 10 have to I I walk 12 's talking 13 is practising 14 is calling 15 have to



or a

3 When are you going I are you going to (go to) university, Soo Min?


4 Wh y would you like to work in TV, Soo Min?


5 How are yo u going to travel, Bill and Jane?

2 to work, home, to school

6 Why would yo u like to move nearer your daughter, Bill and Jane?

3 a new car, a hamburger, a new computer



4 some help, a job, a glass of water

C conve nient D dangerous E empty F famous G get H horror I interesting J jungle K know L lying M missed N noisy 0 on P polluting Q quiet R recommend S Square T traffic U uncomfortable V village W wo rse X (e)xpensive Y you Z (ama)zing

b) 5 c) 2 d) 6 e) 3 f) I



Speaker I : d

2 W ould you like to work in TV?

Speaker 2: c

Yes, I would . I N o, I wouldn't.

Speaker 3: b

B 2 are you enjoying 3 D oes Jesse write 4 do you w rite 5 sing 6 say 7 's Danny wearing 8 'm wearing

3 Are you going to see your family next weekend?


Yes, I am. I No, I'm not.

2 th e hottest 3 the co ldest 4 slower 5 faster 6 most convenient 7 the tallest 8 quieter 9 th e most interesting 10 cheaper

Yes, it is. I N o, it isn 't. 5 Would you like to buy a new mobile phone? Yes, I w ould. I N o, I wouldn 't.


6 Are you and yo ur classmates going to stud y English next year? Yes, we are. I N o, we aren 't.


7 Would yo u like co untry?

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5 2 will 3 wi ll 4 might 5 w ill . 6 might 7 w on't 8 might not 9 might 10 w on't

6 2 a) I, b) 2 3 a) I, b)2

Yes, I wo uld . I N o, I wou ldn't .

4 a)2, b) I 5 a) 2, b) I

Yes, they wou ld. I N o, th ey wo uldn 't .


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8 W ould you r cl assmates like to go home now?

5 2 - 3 a 4 the 5 a 6 a 7 - 8 th e 9 lOa I I - I 2 the

los t, tired

4 Is English going to be useful for yo u?

4A sentence b


3A 3 Another teenage lottery w inner

B 2 Tracey Makin 3 Tracey and Callie 4 N o, she doesn't. 5 No, it was only the second tim e she played the lottery. 6 She's going to have a holiday and buy a new car. 7 Because her car is too small.

4A I nothing 2 go for 3 a new suit 4 a ho liday 5 clubbing 6 move 7 stay at 8 start 9 learn 10 buy

6 a) I , b) 2

7 2 .I 3 .I 4 It 's generally a safe city, but it can also be dangerous to walk alone late at night in some areas. 5 It isn 't a good idea to carry a lot of money, and leave your expensive watch at home, too. 6 You can get delicious food in cafes and in street markets as well.

7 .I

2 's I is going to look for

Message: Life's a lottery

8 At night taxis are convenient, but they're expensive as well.

3 isn't I is not going to stay



4 'd I wou ld like to be 5 's I is going to have 6 's I is going (to go) 7 'd I would like to work 8 are goi ng to visit 9 aren 't I are not going to have 10 'd I would like to move

2 3 4 5

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2 excellent 3 coo l 4 wo nderfu l 5 fantastic 6 great 7 awesome 8 brilliant

2A 2 Have 3 about 4 don't 5 How 6 feel 7 Why 8 stay 9 idea 10 Brilliant I I let 's 12 Sounds




2 H ow about going for a bike ri de?

2 should I do 3 you shouldn 't eat 4 you should change 5 should I sleep 6 you shouldn 't w atch 7 you shouldn 't go 8 you should do

2 T hat was my favourite vase.

3 W hy don 't we go to an art gallery? 4 What about staying at ho me and cooking something? 5 W hat/How about making spaghetti and meatballs? a) That doesn't sound very interesting. Looking at paintings is boring' b) I don't really feel li ke doing th at. I'm too tired . c) Sounds good. You make the meatballs, I can make t he pasta. d) Brilliant! W hat wo uld you li ke to eat? e) That isn't a very good idea. I haven't got much money.

a) Let me make you a coffee.

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2 a teach er 3 a golfer 4 a jazz singer

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2 2 hurts 3 headache 4 sore throat 5 shoulder 6 tooth ache 7 sore eye 8 terrible 9 temperature 10 cough

3B 2 you shou ld speak 3 Should I get 4 You shouldn 't have 5 should I do 6 You should visit 7 You should take 8 you shou ldn't open 9 you shouldn 't travel 10 you shouldn't dri nk

speak to you soon

4 perfectl y, we ll , loudly

2 hand, back 3 teeth, knee, feet

havi ng a great time


2 comfortable, no isy, hungry, cheaply, expensive

4A 2 hasn't been 3 have seen 4 hasn't seen 5 has eaten 6 haven't eaten 7 have visited 8 hasn't swum

3 badly, beautifull y, kind

6A 2 qUickly 3 angril y 4 nervously 5 carefull y

B 2 carefull y 3 quickly 4 angrily 5 slowly


B 2 Have / visited 3 Has / eaten 4 Has / seen 5 Have / been 6 Has / swum

C 2 N o, they haven't. 3 N o, she hasn 't. 4 Yes, she has. 5 Yes, they have. 6 N o, he hasn't.

SA 2 lift 3 push 4 drop 5 fa ll 6 st and

B Day 3 C Day 2 D D ay 5 E D ay 4

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2 Ji m has eaten Greek food many times back in New Zealand .

A: Hi, Xavier. Thi s is Bea. B: Hi, Bea. How are you?

2 headache, sore throat, tempera re cough

A: I'm OK. Is Michelle there?

3 through , towards, away from. ou: ~

4 They watched the sunset near the Temple of Poseidon. 6 Jim didn 't ride the donkey - he walked behind it and it kicked him. 8 He isn't back home, he's in hospital in Athens.


raining, cloud y, sn owing

B: Yes, but she's sleeping.

4 hungry, thirsty, bored, lost

A: Could I leave a message for her?

5 concentrate, rememb er, hear. climb

B: Of course.

6 excellent, wonderful , cool. brillian

A: Just ask her to call me.

7 shoulder, knee, finger, elbow

2 Yes, he has. 3 No, he hasn't. 4 Yes, they have. 5 N o, he hasn 't.

B: OK. Bye.





A: Hello. Can I speak to the manager, please?

2 Yes, he has. 3 Yes, he has. 4 Yes, they have. 5 No, he hasn 't.


B: Just a moment. I'm sorry, he's busy at the moment. Could you call back later?

A: It 's very important.

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C 2 runny nose 3 into 4 sunburnt 5 understand 6 amazing 7 thumb

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B: Can I take a message?


A: No thanks. I'll phone back later.

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Conversation 3 2007

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Conversation 4 when he was about 19

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5 What wou ld you like to do next?


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I phone 2 call 3 take 4 ring 5 phoning 6 Answer

2 Yes, I have. 3 Four years ago. 4 At a big MSF meeting. 5 (We'd like) to open a hospital.


2 2 Cou ld you tell me the number?

-3 OK, I'll call you back. 4 Could I leave a message for her)

5 ,/ 6 Hi , Frank. It's Sal ly. 7 Good morning. Could I talk/speak to Mr Suriano, please?

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