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Cn Jack C. Richards with Jonathan Hull and Susan Proctor Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, $30 Paulo Cambridge University Press 32 Avenue ofthe Americas, New York, NY 10013-2473, USA wwe cambridge org Inforination on this tile: ww.cambridge.ong/978052 160178 ‘© Cambridge University Press 2005 ‘This publication isin copyright. Subject to statutory exception and (0 the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements, ‘o reproduction of any part may take place without ‘the waitin permission of Cambridge University Press. 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Contents Acknowledgments 1 Please call me Beth, 2 How do you spend your day? 8 How much is it? 4 Do you like rap? 5 Tell me about your family. 6 How often do you exercise? 7 We had a great time! 8 What’s your neighborhood like? iv 13 19 25 31 a7 Acknowledgments Mlustrations. ob De Bank 7,48 ‘Travis Foster 16 ‘Jolt Grunewald 17 (first anct fourth columns) Randy Jones 1, 9, 12, 21, 36, 46, 47 Photo credits 4 (clocise rom top taf) © George Ancona/International Stock; (© Superstck, © David R. Frazier Photo Researchers; © Noblestock? International Stack '© Fotonearch ‘8 (clockwise rom upper loft) © Zigy Kaluzny/Getty Tmages: (© MugshotaCorbie: © Gabe Palmor'Corbia; © Adam Smith etsy Images; © John Riley/Gerty Images 10 from top to bottom) © Frank HerholduGetty Images; Phyllis Picardi/international Stock: Larry Gatz/Getty Images 18 elolwise from ff) © The Sharper Image 1-800-144-4444; (©The Sharger Tmaye 1-800-341-4444; © The Sharper Lago 1-800-344-1444; © Tho Sharp Wizard 07 5600 electronic organizer 10 top to bottom) © Jennifer Grayloek/APWide World Photo: © Tummy ArroyefAP/Wide World Photos 20 clockwise fram top left) © Neal Proston/Corbia: © Mark Seliger! Virgin Records; © Scott MeKiernan(Getty Images; © Munawar HosainiGetty Images: betort) © Photolast 29.6 Warner Brothers Televison Getty Images Marke Kaufman 13 (bottom), 17 (second, third, and fifth columns) Ben Shannon 5, 13 (top), 23, 5 Daan Vasconcellos 11, 14,25, Sam Viviano 2,3, 15,42 124 opto bottom) © Richard Drew/APWide World Photos: ‘©The Everett Collection 26 ef to ight) © Donal C. Johnson Corbis; © Alan Smith Getty Images 21 lop to bottom) © Simone Huber/Getty Images: © Anthony EageworthyCorbis; © Bill Arn/Photo Researchers; © Dan Boslr/ Gelty Imagos; © Graham HarrisGetty Images 80 eft to right) © Bill LoabGety Images; © Paul Bertae/Corbla 51 (cloohwiee from top) © Dave RosenbergiGetty Images, © Jim ‘Cummins Getty lnagos; © Alan Beeker/Getty Images 88 © age Fotostock 84 eloehien from top lft) © Jean Prancoie CausselGotty Images; (© Paul Elson/Getty Images; © Dick Dickensow/intarntional Stock 870 Superstck ‘38 lep o right| © Martin Rie'Getty Images: © Getty Images 400 Benjamin Rondel Corbis ‘61 op to bottom) © Wiliaes E. Townsend/Photo Researchers, © Clem Hager'Photo Researchers Please call me Beth. Q rr scree ‘My first name is, My last name is Please call me _ I'm from @ Put the words in order to make questions. Then answer the questions. 1. name your what's. last teacher's A: What's your teacher's last name. ae B: My teacher's fast name is 2, name your what's first teacher's your teacher where is 4, class your how English is AS a Se As B: ia 5. classmates what your are __ like Bie ate aid reo = B: 6 Choose the correct responses. 1. A: Hi, Tm Nicole. 4. A: T'm sorry. What's your name again? B: Oh, hi, im Michi = Oh, hi, I'm Michael. = What do people call you? 2. A: My name is Young Hoon Park, B: ™ Nice to meet you, Young Hoon. «= Tm Antonio. ® Let's go and say hello. = AN-LO-N-LO. 3, A; Hello, P'm a new club member. 6. A: What do people call you? B: a ee Bi ee 1 Thanks. = It’s Ken Tanaka. = Welcome. = Everyone calls me Ken. e Look at the answers. What are the questions? 1. Jim: What ‘s your first name? ‘Bob: My first name's Bob. 2. Jim: What Bob: My last name's Hayes, 3. Jim: Who Bob: That’s my wife. 4, Jim: What Bob: Her name is Rosa. 5. Jim: Where Bob: She's from Mexico, 6. Jim: Who Bob: They're my wife's parents. 2© Unit 1, They're my classmates. Their _ names are Noriko and Kate. (They / Their) 2, We're students. __ classroom number is 108-C. (Our/ We) 8. Excuse me. What's 4. That's Mr. Kim. last name again? (you / your) is in my class. (He / His) 5, name is Elizabeth, Please call me Liz. (I/ My) 6. This is Paul’s wife. name is Jennifer. (His/ Her) 7. My parents are on vacation, _are in Korea. (We /'They) 8. I'm from Venice, Italy, __ is a beautiful city. (It/ Its) Complete this conversation with am, are, or is. Lisa: Who __dre__ the men over there, Amy? Amy: Oh, they __ on the volleyball team, Let me introduce you. Hi, Surachai, this __ Lisa Neil. "eased to meet you, Lisa. ice to meet you, too. Where _ you from? from Thailand, Amy; And this Mario. He from Brazil. Lisa; Hi, Mario. Please call me Bet @) Hello and welcome! A\ Read these four student biographies. Then complete the chart below. INTERNATIONAL & LANGUAGE & SCHOOL Every month, we introduce new students to the school. This month, we want fo introduce four new students to you, Please say “hello” when you see them in school. ‘Mario is in English 101. He is Su Yin is in English 102. She is ‘from Cali, Colombia. His first from ‘Taiwan. She says she can & Janguage is Spanish, and he also write and read English pretty « ‘speaks a little French. He wants well, but she needs a lot of tobe on the school volleyball ‘practice speaking English. 2 team, He says he doesn't play 0 Hr first language is Chinese. In very well, but he wants to learn! fe Fes metal ay Eileen isin Mario’ elass. She is Peas een eae from Mozambique, in southern eat Finally, meet Ahmed. He is in Africa. She speaks Swahili and English 103, He says he can Portuguese. She is studying speak a lot of English, but his, English and engineering. She ‘writing is very bad! Ahmed is ‘wants to be an engineer. She from Luxor in Egypt, and his says she does not play any First language is Arabic. He is ‘sports but she wants to make a baseball player, and he wants a lot of new friends in her class. to be on the school baseball team. (Name Where trom? Languages Sports? ) 1. Mario — 2 Mozambique, Africa 3 Chinese and a English - baseball B Write a short biography of a classmate. Ae Unit Choose the correct sentences to complete this conversation. Cl And what are you stu (No, she’s not. She's my sister! Hi, Sarah. I'm Rich. How are you? (5 Oh, really? Is Susan Miller in your class? CNo, I'm not. I'm on vacation. Are you a student? Sarah: Hello, I'm Sarah. Rich: _Hi, Sarah. l'm Rich. How are you? Sarah: Pretty good, thanks. Are you a student here? Rich: Sarah: Yes, Lam, Rich: Sarah: I'm studying Spanish: Rich: = Sarah: Yes, she is. Is she your friend? Rich: Complete this conversation. Use contractions where possible. Grammar note: Contractions Do not use contractions for short answers with Yes. Ate you from Argentina? {she from Greece? Yes, 1am. (not Yes, I'm.) Yes, he is. (not Yes, he’s.) Alex: Hello. ['m___ Alex Lam. And this is my sister Amy. Tina: Hi ______ Tina Fernandez. Amy: Are you from South Ameriea, Tina? Tina: Yes, Where are you and your sister from, Alex? = A ¢= from Argentina. Alex: from Taiwan. Tina: Are you from Taipei? Alex: No, ______ from Tainan. Say, are you in English 101? Tina: No, __ . I'm in English 102, Please call me Beth. « 5 ® Look at the answers. What are the questions? 1, A: Are you on vacation here? B: No, I'm not on vacation. I'm a student here. 2A: = B: No, I'm not. I'm very busy. 3. hi ie = =— = B: No, we're not from Spain, We're from Mexico. 4A B: No, my teacher isn’t Mr. Brown. I'm in Ms. West's class. ee ole — B 6A: = B: A B No, they're not on the same baseball team. They're on the same volleyball team. @ Look at the expressions. Which ones say “hello” and which ones say “good-bye”? é Hello Good-bye) 1. How are you doing? 2, See you around. 3, So long. 4, How's everything? 5. Long time, no see. 6. See you Monday. 7. Have a good weekend, 8. Hithe ooo0ogoooRm Ooo000u80 ® Answer these questions about yourself. Use contractions where possible. . Are you from South America? a . Are you on vacation? Are you a student at a university? — Is your English class in the morning? — . Is your teacher from England? a esa k ee |. Is your first name “popular”? in 6° Unitt How do you spend your day? 6 Match the words in columns A and B. Write the names of the jobs. —— We ee @ company LI designer 1, company director © computer © director 2. D dise guard 3. 1 fashion O guide ‘Ue E DD security 5 jockey eas 1 tour Cl programmer 6. Write sentences using He or She. 1. I'm a computer programmer. I work in 2, [work in a nightclub. I'm a disc jockey. an office. I like computers a lot. I play music. He. She. 3, Ima seeurity guard, I work ina department 4. I work in a design studio. I create beautiful store, I guard the store at night. fashions. I'm a fashion designer. He. She Write a or an in the correct places. Grammar note: Articles a and an y Usea + singular noun before a consonant sound. Use an + singular noun before a vowel sound. He is a carpenter. He is an architect. He is a good carpenter. He is an expensive architect. Do not use a or an + plural nouns. (They are good carpenters. They are expensive architects. a y Bi He's carpenter He works fore construction _4, She's architect. She works for large company, company. He builds schools and hospitals She builds houses. It's interesting job. 2. She works for travel company and 5, She works with computers in office. arranges tours. She's travel agent, She's Web-site designer. She's also part-time 3, He has difficult job. He's cashier. student, She takes English class in He works in supermarket, the evening. @ Choose someone in your family. Write about his or her job. Be Unit2 does __ your husband exactly? (do/ does) (do/ does) He ___ for a department store, He's a store manager. (work / works) ‘Tom: How =the it? (do/does) (like / likes) Liz: It’s an interesting job. He it very much. like /ikes) But he __ long hours. And what _ you ee (work / works) (do / does) (do / does) ‘Tom: I'ma student, I architecture. (study / studies) Liz: Oh, really? Where you +o school? (do / does) (go / goes) ‘Tom: I to Lincoln University. My girlfriend there, too. (go/ goes) (g0/ goes) Liz: Really? And what eo 2 (do/ does) (study / studies) ‘Tom: She _ hotel management. (study / studies) Liz: That sounds interesting, Complete the questions in this conversation. Mark: Where do. you work? Victor: I work for American Express. Mark: And what aa Victor: I'm in management. Mark: How Victor: It’s a great job. And what _ ‘Mark: I'm a salesperson, Victor: Really? What. ‘Mark: I sell computers. Do you want to buy one? How do you spend your day? » 9 t Felix, where do you work? How do you like your job, Julia? ‘Felix: I work at home, and I work in Julia: [love it, but | work long hours. Southeast Asia. Job Talk; Do you work late? Job Talk: Really? Well, what do you do athome? julia: Yes, I work until eight or nine: Felix: I'ma chef. I practice cooking new: o'clock in the But take ‘things, and then I write cookbooks. ‘three or four hours for lunch, Job Talk: That sounds interesting. __ Job Talk; Really’ But what do you do exactly? And what do you do in Southeast Asia? Jytia: stay in all the best new hotels Felix: make TV programs about and... ‘Thai cooking. Job Talk: Are you a hotel manager? Job Tatk: You have an interesting life, Felix. Fila do, in an slgehitianlagtoe Felix: Yes, but it’s hard work! electrical work in new Seer eek eee eo 1 ey 3. 4, 10 © unit2 Read these two interviews, and answer the questions. What does Felix do? -He _ What does he do at home? ce ‘What does he do in Southeast Asia? What does Julia do? She ‘When does she finish work? ‘How does she like her job? Meet Pat. Write questions about him using What, Where, When, and How. What does he do? _ ralsered Nurse/Nighe shire 9) How does Pat spend his weekends? Complete this paragraph with the words from the list. Olaround Clat Cobefore Clearly Olin Olate Mon Cuntil Everyone knows Pat at the hospital. Pat is a part-time nurse He works at night on weekends. __On ___ Saturdays and Sundays, Pat sleeps most of the day and wakes up a little nine the evening, usually at 8:45 or 8:50. He has breakfast very late, 9:30 or 10:00 pvt! He watehes television eloven o clock, and then starts work midnight. in the morning, usually around 5:00 A.M., he leaves work, has a little snack, goes home, goes to bed, and sleeps It’s a perfect schedule for Pat. He's a pre-med student on weekdays at a local college. © Use these words to complete the crossword puzzle. Ganswers Cisells Ci types Oi does Ciserves i works O gets stats 1 writes O goes D takes Across 1 Lauren ___ work at 6:00 px. 4 Karen ___ ina hospital. 5 Ellen __ up early in the morning 7 Seoul Garden ____ good Korean food. 9 Rodney ___ to bed after midnight. 10 Andrea is a receptionist. She __ the phone and greets people. Down 2 Linda is a tour guide. She ___ people on tours, 3 Dan 100 words a minute on his new computer. 4 Meili about 30 e-mails a week. 6 My father works in.a bookstore. He ___ books and magazines. 8 What ___ your sister do? How do you spend your day? © 11 @ Choose the sentences in the box that have the same meaning as the sentences below. Ci He goes to the university. i She serves food in a restaurant. Ci She stays up late. Ci What does he do? 7% He's an aerobics teacher. CD He works part time. 1. He teaches aerobics, He's an aerobics teacher. 2. Where does he work? 8, She's a waitress. 4, He's a student. 5, She goes to bed at midnight. 6, He works four hours every day. ® Fill in the missing words or phrases from these job advertisements. 1. Dat night 2. 0 Interesting 3. O manager CG part time (0 Spanish Ci long hours i weekends © tours Oi restaurant F nurses CO student until job for a language aes New York Hospital needs| | Momings ony. Take people on] | Ne nee c work aa ' =a, Need good Only werk from 6: 00 Work during the day or English and 7 weekdays or Call 917-555-3239, “fulrtne erie ot Bee cousrass.s0s a0 55 40. 12 © unit2 > How much is i? - Choose the correct sentences to complete this conversation. Which one? Which ones? 1D Oh, Sam.Thank you very much. Well, Ilike it, but it's expensive. Yes. But | don’t really like light blue. Sam: Look at those pants, Rebecca. Rebecca: Which ones? Sam: The light blue ones over there. They're nice. Rebecca: Sam: Hmm. Well, what about that sweater? It's perfect for you. Rebecca: — ae =4 Sam: This red one. Rebecca! Sam: Hey, let me buy it for you. It’s a present! Rebecca: @ Complete these conversations with How much is / are. and this, that, these, or those. 1. A: How much is this __ backpack? B: It’s $31.99. 2A: ____ bracelets? | oa B: They're $29. ae shoes? B: They're $64, 3 4 4A: dog? B: That's my dog, and he's not for sale! | 13 Write the plurals of these words. Pl dae a >, | Most words Words ending in -ss,-sh,-ch, and-x shoe shoes dish dishes watch watches } cap caps glass glasses. a ! Words ending in-t and-e Words ending in consonant-+-y shelf shelves, country countries | eife | backpack backpacks ==. necktace =e | | 2, company ———— 8. ring Sa 3. dress — 9. scarf | 4.day a _ 10. sweater = 5. glove Ee Oe iste mi = 6. hairbrush 12. box = | What do you think of these prices? Write a response. That's cheap. That'snotbad. That's reasonable. _That's pretty expensive! 1. $90 for a polyester tie That's pretty expensive! os 2. $150 for gold earrings 3. $500 for a silk dress 4. $40 for leather gloves 5. $2,000 for a computer 6. $5 for two plastic hairbrushes 7, $15 fora silver necklace 14 © Unita @ Choose the correct words to complete the conversations. 1. Clerk: Good afternoon. Luis: Oh, hi. How much is __ this _wateh? (this / these) Clerk: _ $195. (it’s / They're) Luis: And how much is that __? (one / ones) Clerk: __ $255. (its / They're) Luis: Oh, really? Well, thanks, anyway. 2, Kim: Excuse me. How much are __ jeans? (that / those) Clerk: only $59. (It's / They're) Kim: And how much is sweater? (this / these) Clerk: Which __ 2 They're all different. (one /ones) Kim: [like this green __ (one /ones) ‘Glory: ae ae $34, (It’s / They're) Kim: Well, that's not bad, 2 Hike sunglasses over there. (that / those) Which es (one / ones) : The small brown __ (one / ones) $199. (t's / They're) : Oh, they're expensive! How much is it? © 15 What do you make out of these materials? Complete the chart using words from the list. (You will use words more than once.) boots pants bracelet. ring gloves_-— shirt jacket_-—rnecklace silk | Plastic | Woot a (cotton | oa pants. rks : Make comparisons using the words given. Add than if necessary. cation 1. A: These cotton gloves are nice. ‘lowes: B: Yes, but the leather ones are ___icer__. (niee) A: They're also . (expensive) 4 2. A: Those silk jackets look. ane . tx jackets etre: \ i cematonastanaai) a B: Yes, but the wool ones are { A rT) ee 8. A: This purple shirt is an woo! purple f ‘ jackets interesting color! B: Yes, but the color is the design. (pretty) A: The design isn’t bad. B: I think the pattern on that red shirt is the pattern on this purple one. (good) 4, A: Hey, look at this gold ring! It’s nice. EE And it’s that silver ring. (cheap) gold ring B: Butit’s rte the silver one. (small) CEP aivor sing A: Well, yeah. The silver one is — the gold one, (big) But look at the price tag. One thousand dollars is a lot of money! 16 © Units 6 Complete the chart. Use the words from the list. athletic shoes Cidress Oring O bracelet Cearrings Co sweater Ocap laptop computer (television [ICD player CO necklace 1 video camera (Feeiting Eleetronieg dey =3 | athletic shoes questions. Give your own information. © Answer the: 1 2 z 4 5 black sunglasses wool cap high-top shoes laptop computer _ 18-inch television g white sunglasses _leather cap tennis shoes desktop computer 25-inch television 1. Which ones do you prefer, the black sunglasses or the white sunglasses? | prefer the black ones ar 2. Which cap do you like more, the wool one or the leather one? 3, Which ones do you like more, the high-tops or the tennis shoes? 4, Which one do you prefer, the laptop computer or the desktop computer? . Which television do you like better, the 19-inch one or the 25-inch one? How much is it? * 17 © Great electronic gadgets! A Match the ads and the pictures. a, Find the correct spelling and pronunciation of more than 80,000 words with this electronic dictionary! Made of strong plastic, Comes in two colors — dark gray or light blue. $104.50. b. Problems with a crossword puzzle? ‘Try this crossword puzzle solver! Simply key in the letters you know and a?” for the ones you don't know. In seconds, the gadget fills the blanks. Has a database of 130,000 words. Great value at only $49.95. ¢. Watch your favorite baseball game at work or at school! This TV fits in your pocket, only 6” x 1" (15 em x 2 em). Gives an excellent picture. ‘Yours for only $299.50, d. Use the electronic address book for the names and addresses of all your friends. Takes up to 400 names, addresses, and phone numbers Plastic ease included. Regular model $59.95. Desktop model available for $64.95, B Check (7) True or False. The electronic dictionary comes in many colors. . The crossword puzzle solver can find the answers. [7 . The pocket television is about $300, [ . The desktop model of the electronic address book | is more expensive than the regular model. Rene C What's special about an electronic gadget or another item you have? Write a paragraph about it. 18 © Unita o- Do you like rap? a Check (V) the boxes to complete the survey about music and movies. FR ee deen How often do you watch these types of movies? Gften Sometimes Not often Often Sometimes. Not often pop a 1 science fiction classical a 1 horror films gospel thrillers 5 rock westerns o jazz comedies ea What do you think of these kinds of entertainment? Answer the questions with the expressions and pronouns in the box. Justin Timberlake! Yes, | do. Object pronouns Nove... him like... alot. her it No, I don’t. them I don't like... . very much. Ican’t stand . 1, Do you like salsa? Yes, | do.t like it a lot. 2. Do you like Justin Timberlake? 8, Do you like rap? 4, Do you like B 16 Knowles? 5. Do you like reality TV shows? 6. Do you like soap operas? 6 Choose the correct job for each picture. Olan actor 8. Oprah Winfrey is Clarockband (Clasinger (1 aTV talk show host 2. The Rolling Stones are 4, Matt Damon is 6 Complete these conversations. 1 Ed Sarah: Ed: Sarah: 2, Anne: Jason: Anne: Jason: 8. Scott: ‘Teresa: Scott: Teresa: 20 © Unita —Do_ you Yes, 1 Oh, — Yes, he like country musie, Sarah? it a lot, P'ma real fan of Garth Brooks, he play the guitar? He's my favorite musician. __ kind of musie ‘your parents They Who No, they ‘Teresa, No, I__ Idon’t know hi She ____ , Jason? _ classical music. they ___ ? Mozart? ___ like him very much, They prefer Beethoven. you Christina Aguil _. Tean’t stand her. I like Pink. er, What kind of music pop songs. She’s really great! lera? she sing? Garth Brooks 6 Complete these questions and write answers. What kinds of movies do you like? Like is your favorite movie? My favorite of TV shows do you like? 1 2 3 4. is your favorite TV actor or actress? 5 is your favorite song? 6. is your favorite rock band? What do you think? Answer the questions. — 1. Which films are funnier, horror films or comedies? Comedies are funnier than horror films. 2. Which movies are more interesting, musicals or science fiction films? 3. Which films are scarier, horror films or thrillers? 4, Which films are more exciting, westerns or erime thrillers? Do you like rap? « 21 @ Verbs and nouns A Which nouns often go with these verbs? Complete the chart, Use each noun only once. fi listen to play jazz ‘watch Othe piano) the guitar UO videos Ca film jazz 5 the trumpet Othe news: OcDs U music B Write a sentence using each verb in part A. e os ay Movie reviews A Read these movie reviews. Choose a title from the box for each review. House of Laughs The Best Man Wins Ahead of Time Coming Up for Air ie ‘What are high schoo! kids like in the future? Do you ever wonder? If so, see this moviel The story is about a group of normal 21st century high schoo! kids. After class one day they find a time machine behind the school. One of the teens sees a button marked 2500" and clicks on it. They immediately travel to the beginning of the 26th century. Do they get back in time for school the next day? Watch and find out. 44% 2. There are lots and lots of, laughs in this movie, I's about. a group of young people in London. They all live in the same house in a suburb far from the city center. The characters come from different ‘countries. They speak different languages, so they often have misunderstandings. The script is very funny and the acting is very good. This movie is, like a really good TV soap opera. You'll love It eee a The action never stops in this movie. Police officer Karen Montana wants to catch Mr. X, a mysterious gold thief. Mr. X is stealing gold from an underwater shipwreck, Before Ms. Montana ean catch him, she has to learn how to use diving equipment. But every time she goes underwater, he ‘swims to the surface. Of course, she finally catches him, but not until the final minute of this very long film. * B What kind of movie is each 1, Da horror film Cla science fiction film Da historical drama 22 © Unita one in part. A? 2. Clatravel film 3, Cla romantic comedy Cla western Ci a-crime thriller Cla comedy Ca documentary Choose the correct responses. 1, A: What do you think of Friends? B: I'm not a real fan of the show. = How about you? = I'm not a real fan of the show. 2. A: Do you like gospel music? B = Ican’t stand it = Ican’t stand them, 8. A: There's a baseball game tonight, B = Thanks, I'd love to. = Great. Let’s go. 4. A: Would you like to see a movie this weekend? = That sounds great! = Idon't agree. @=% A Young Ha is inviting friends to a movie. Do they accept the invitation or not? Check (7) Yes or No for each response. 1. I'd love to, What time does it start? 2. Thanks, but I'm not a real fan of his. 3. That sounds great. Where is it? 4, I'd love to, but | have to work until midnight. 5. Thanks. 'd really like to. When do you want to meet? Oo oooR B Respond to the invitations. 1. have tickets to a rap concert on Saturday. Would you like to go? 2, There's a soccer game tonight. Do you want to go with me? 3. Britney Spears is performing tomorrow at the stadium, Would you like to see her? Do you like rap? = 23 ®@ Choose the correct phrases to complete these conversations. 1, Robin: Do you like country music, Kate? (Do you like / Would you like) Kate: Yes, Ido. ita lot (Llike /T'd like) Robin: There's a Dixie Chicks concert on Friday. ___ to go with me? (Do you like / Would you like) Kate: Yes, Thanks, (Hove to / Pd love to) 2, Carlos: There's a French film tonight at 11:00. to go? um po (Do you like / Would you like) Phil: = __ , but Ihave to study tonight, (Llike to / Td like to) Carlos: Well, Brazilian films? (do you like / would you like) Phil: Yes, __ . Hove them! (Ido/1 would) Carlos: There's a great Brazilian movie on TV tomorrow. a to watch it with me? (Do you like / Would you like) Phil: __ Thanks. (Llike to /T love to) ® Rewrite these sentences. Find another way to say each sentence using the words given. 1, Do you like jazz? What do you think of jaze? = (think of) 2, Richard doesn’t like classical music. - (can't stand) 8, [think horror films are great! a as (love) 4, Celia doesn't like country music. (be a fan of) 5. Do you want to go toa baseball game? (would like) 24 © Units © Tell me about your family 8 Which words are for males? Which are for females? Complete the chart. 6 Maunt “brother C1 daught Ofether Olhusband i mother Cinephew Ci niece Csister Osson uncle Owife Males Females brother. aunt Complete this conversation. Use the present continuous of the verbs given. Joe! Don: Joel Don: Joel: Don: Sool: Don: Joe! Don: ‘You look tired, Don. Are you studying _ (study) late at night these days? No, I'm not. My brother and sister _ — (stay) with me right now. We go to bed after midnight every night, Z ee / P Really? What (do) this OW Zo, summer? (take) classes, too? No, they aren't. My brother is on vacation now, but he (look) for a part-time job here. What about your sister? (work? ‘Yes, she is, She has a part-time job at the university. What about you, Joel? Are you in school this summer? ‘Yes, 1am.1___ __ (study) two languages, Oh, (take) French and Spanish again? Well, I'm taking Spanish again, but 1 (start) Japanese. Really? That's exciting! Rewrite these sentences. Find another way to say each sentence using the words given. 1. Joseph is Maria’s uncle. Maria is s niece, (niece) 2, Liz is married to Peter. Peter is _____ (husband) 3, Isabel is Frank’s and Liza's granddaughter. Ba RIES SR A Se erecta 4, We have two children. (son and daughter) 5. My wife's father is a painter, i ro (father-in-law) 6, Michael does not have a job right now. Sie ee 6 Choose the correct sentences to complete this conversation. Chris: Are you still living in San Francisco, Philip? Philip: No, I'm not. I'm living in Honolulu mow Chris: Wow! Do you like it? EM ps) Mis ee ets ere Chris: And is your brother still working in Hong Kong? Philip: Chris: Philip: ‘How about you and your family, Chris? Are you still living here? Chris: pte or ed fl And how about your parents? Are they still living in Florida? 26 © Units Complete these sentences. Use the simple present or the present continuous of the verbs given. 1, This is my aunt Barbara She lives (live) in Rome, but Then oe pf (visit) Chile this summer. (have) a second home there. 2. And these are my parents. (work) in London, ae eet Sea (visit) my aunt in Chile this month, 3, And here you can see my grandparents, (ive) in New York, but _____ (stay) at my parents’ house in London now. 4, This is my brother-in-law Edward. _____ (want) to be a company director. (study) business in Canada right now. 5. And this is my niece Christina, = __ (go) to high school. ie (like) mathematics, but she doesn't like English. Choose a friend or family member. Write about him or her using the simple present and present continuous. Tell me about your family. © 27 Ouas A Answer these questions. Then read the passage. 1. At what age do most young people leave their parents’ home in your country’ 2, Do some young people live with their parents after they get married? Leaving Home oung people leave their parents’ homes at different ages in different parts of the world, In the United States, a lot of college students do not live at home. They often choose to go to college in different cities —away from their parents. At college, many live in university housing. After college, most people prefer to live in their own homes. They often live alone, but some people rent apartments with others. ‘These people are called roommates. By the age of 22, few young people in the United States live with their parents. Families stay together longer in many Asian countries and cities. In Hong Kong, for example, nearly all university students live with their parents. Rents in the city are very expensive, and few students have the money to pay for their own apartments. Very few young people live alone or become roommates in a shared apartment. Many young people in Hong Kong continue to live with their parents even after they marry. B Check (7) True or False. For statements that are false, write the correct information. ‘the United States True Fal 1. Very few students live in university housing, a a | 2. Some young adults share apartments with roommates. a tra 3. Nearly all young adults live with their parents. o o in Hong Kong | 4. Not many university students live with their parents. 5. Few young people live alone. 6. Most young married couples have enough money to live in their ‘own apartments. 28 © Units o a | a a a o @ Arrange the quantifiers from the most to the least. Da lot of Mno ib | Cimost Dfew eek. i | a ee acre Oa few (not many: ——— 8. Cinearly all = Ci many me Ess Mall some feos oe SR jo) ny ae Rewrite these sentences about the United States using the quantifiers given. pe ae inschoebyageS 1. Sixty-five percent of children start school before the age of five. Tia A hundred percent of children go to school after the age of five Cal Mmany Many children start school before the age of fiv wee ate 2, Ninety-five percent of young people get a job after they finish high school. Only 20 percent go to college. What people do ater they finish igh school Dearly all Oatfew Wni® wooo 3. About 30 percent of people over 65 have part-time jobs. Only about 15 percent like to travel abroad. Fifty-five percent like ‘Actes of to stay with their grandchildren. thoseover Omany Dnotmany — Cl few Tell me about your family. © 29 Choose the correct words or phrases to complete this paragraph. In my country,some —___ couples (couples / cousins / relatives) get married fairly young. Not many marriages ______ (break up / get divorced / stay together), and nearly all _______ (divorced / married / single) people remarry. Elderly couples often _____ (divorce again / move away / live at home) and take care of their grandchildren. @ Complete these sentences about your country. Use the words in the box. all nearlyall most alotof some few no young people go to the university, 2. ____ people study English. = ‘married couples have more than five children. 4 elderly people have part-time jobs. 5 students have full-time jobs. 6. children go to school on Saturdays. 30 © Units GHow Often do you exercise? 6 Complete the chart. Use words from the list. (Some of the words can be both individual sports and exercise.) basketball baseball aerobics yoga jogging bicycling swimming football tennis | stretching soccer __ volleyball (Team sports Individual sports basketball © Arrange these words to make sentences or questions. 1. go never I almost _ bicycling Lalmost never go bicycling = = 2. hardly they tennis play ever 3. go do often jogging how you 4. often mornings do on we yoga Sunday 5. ever Charlie do does aerobies 6 do on you what usually Saturdays do 31 3] Use these questions to complete the conversations. How often do you ... ? Do you ever... ? What do you usually Die Do yaar aeercion a B: Yes, I often exercise on weekends. By ees i : Well, I usually do karate on Saturdays and yoga on Sundays. ; No, I never go to the gym after work. : I don't exercise very often at all. B: A B: A B: A B: Yes, I sometimes play sports on weekends ~ usually baseball, A eeererreees Smee : I usually play tennis in my free time. e Keeping fit? A Check (7) how often you do each of the things in the chart. do aerobics: do karate do weight training go jogging go swimming | exercise | play basketball | play soccer oooog00g0g ooaog0oood oooqoooa oooooooa pose ore ete B Write about yourself using the information in the chart, 32° Unite 6 Complete this conversation. Write the correct prepositions in the correct places. ‘Susan: What time do you go. iossing the morning? (around / in /on) Jerry: T always go jogging 7:00. (at /for /on) How about you, Susan? Susan: I usually go jogging noon, (around /in / with) Tjog about an hour, (at/ for / until) Jerry: And do you also play sports your free time? (at /in / until) Susan: No, I usually go out my classmates. (around / for / with) What about you? Jerry: Igo to the gym Mondays and Wednesdays. (at /on / until) And sometimes I go bicycling weekends. (for / in fon) Susan; Wow! You really like to stay in shape 6) Complete the crossword puzzle. Across 4 Pierre never He's a real couch potato. 6 How often do you ‘yoga? 7 [like to stay in Tplay sports every day. 8 Jeff does weight every evening. He lifts weights of 40 kilos. 10 Diana goes for three miles twice a week Down 1 Andrew always watches TV in 5 Paul is on the team at his his time high schoo! 2 Kate has a rogular program. 7 Marie never goes when the water 3 Ido ae thei ym flab times is cold. a week. The teacher plays great music! 9 Amy bieyeling twice a month, How often do you exercise? © 33 e Fun activities A. Read these ads. Pret costed eet es Ag ee Lace ee ee Hi E Rue eee en kaso Seok map MeO cea Poco! tenet CLO n iad hice : Le r ‘ Ex Wagedy Rte . CO reese ys een ac Rc ce a ee Pe ee Aceyercy e aE ec area CeO IchAN emu eee eae CoOL ar ee Oca DORR crete ecu eco Friday night, teen cisco! Saturday night, seniors night! Cie eee play indoor sports a o do outdoor activities =) Oo o take evening classes.) a a go dancing a a a learn to cook a a a | a a Q | meet new people 34.6 Unite 1. A: How often do you go swimming, Linda? B; Once a week. = [guess I'm OK. = Once a week. = About an hour. 2. A: How long do you spend in the pool? B: bea o ® About 45 minutes, = About average. = About three miles. And how well do you swim? = T'm not very well. = Lalmost never do, = ['m about average, : How good are you at other sports? = Not very good, actually. = [sometimes play twice a week. ® Pretty well, I guess, Look at the answers. Write questions using how. 1. A: How long do you spend exercising? B: I don't spend any time at all. In fact, I don’t exercise, 2A se ae Br Almost every day, I really enjoy it 3 A: B: I spend about an hour jogging. 4A: B; I'm pretty good at it, I'm on the school team. BA: B; Basketball? Pretty well, I guess, [like it a lot. _ for a walk? at soccer? How often do you exercise? © 35 ® Rewrite these sentences. Find another way to say each sentence using the words given. 1, I don't watch TV very much. V hardly ever watch Ty. hardly ever) 2. Tom exercises twice a month. (not very often) 3. Philip tries to keep fit. (stay in shape) 4, Jill often exercises at the gym. (work out) 5. 1 go jogging with my wife all the time. ar a (always) 6, How good are you at tennis? — (play) What do you think about sports? Answer these questions. 1. Do you like to exercise for a short time or a long time? 2. Do you prefer exercising in the morning or in the evening? 8, Which do you like better, walking or jogging? 4, Do you like to watch sports or play sports? 5. Which do you like better, team sports or individual sports? 6. How good are you at games like basketball or tennis? 7. What sport or game don't you like? 36» Unité We had a great time! E- Past tense A Write the simple past of these regular verbs. 1. cook cooked 4elove 1, visit’ __ 2. enjoy — 5. study ee 3. invite peter Se 5 rst B Write the simple form of these irregular simple past verbs. 14 bought =. slept 2 gave 6. spent 3. met — took 4, __ saw & went C Use two of the verbs above and write sentences about the past. Example: We went to a rock concert last night. ab | Use the cues to answer these questions. 1, Where did you go this weekend? Lwent toapary (toa party) 2, Who did you meet at the party? (someone very interesting) 8. What time did you and Eva get hom (alittle after 1:00) 4, How did you and Bob like the art exhibition? (alot) 5. What did you buy? (the new Madonna CD) 6. Where did Jeff and Joyce spend their vacation? nies pa (in the country) 37 e What do you like to do alone? with other people? Complete the chart with activities from the list. Then add one more activity to each list. watch TV read the newspaper go shopping do homework (exercise have a picnic go toa sports event ‘cook dinner take a vacation goto the movies Complete the questions in this conversation. How did you spend your weekend? I spent the weekend with Joe and Kathy. What ie — ‘Well, on Saturday, we went shopping. And in the evening? : No, nothing special. Where — on Sunday? : We went to the amusement park How We had a great time. In fact, we stayed there all day, Really? What time = PPUP> ROP er DP BP We got home very late, around midnight, 38 © Unit7 6 Answer these questions with negative statements. Then add a positive statement using the information below. 1 [have aboring time finish our homework on Saturday Uwateh it on TV Olwork all day until six o’clock A: We had a great time at Carrie's party. Did you and Jane enjoy it? B; No, we didn’t, We had a boring time. A: Testayed home from work all day yesterday. Did you take the day off, too? A; T worked all weekend on my research paper. Did you spend the weekend at home, too? A: [studied all weekend. Did you and John have a lot of homework, too? A: Carl drove me to work yesterday morning. Did you drive to work? A: Kathy went to the baseball game last night. Did you and Bob go to the game? (go out with friends Ctake the bus. Read about Andy’s week. Match the sentences that have a similar meaning. 1. He was broke last week. _f_ 2, 3 4. 5. He invited friends for dinner. 6. He had a lot of fun. v He had people aver. He didn’t work on Friday. . He had a good time, He worked around the house. __ He didn't wash the clothes. _ He took a day off. cap eS He did housework. He didn’t do the laundry. He spent all his money. We had a great time! © 39 Did we take the same trip? bea ear A Do you ever take summer vacations? ‘What kind of vacations do you like to take: relaxing? educational? exciting? B Read these reports about Thailand. C Who did these things on their trip? Check (7) the answers, SSS 1, visited Thailand for the first time 2. stayed for two days in Bangkok 3. visited the floating market 4. bought fruit 5. saw some historic ruins, 6. traveled on the river 7, loved the food the most 8. enjoyed everything HbBooooo00g bDoooonoog 40 © Unit? Complete this conversation with was, wasn’t, were, or weren't. A: How ___wds___ your vacation in Peru, Julia? Bit great, I really enjoyed it. A: How long __ you there? B: We ___ there for two weeks. A you in Lima all the time? B: No, we We __ inthe mountains for a few days. ‘A: And how ____ the weather? it good? B: No, it __ good at all. The city = very hot, and the mountains __ reallly cold! 6 Choose the correct questions to complete this conversation. Crimes And what was the best part? =) ow ren A And how long were you in| o teehee A: How was your nin Africa? B: It was a great trip. I really enjoyed South Africa and Namibia, A: B: For ten days. A: B: I was in Namibia for about five days. A: Wow, that’s a long time! B: It was hot and sunny the whole time. A — B: It was definitely the national parks and wildlife in Namibia. And we saw some meerkats! We had a great time! » 41 ® Choose the correct words or phrases. . I'm sorry I was late. [had to _ a phone call, (do / make / go) 2, My friends and I really enjoyed your party. We all had a __ time. (boring / good / funny) 3, I____ some photocopies of the report and put them on your desk. (did / went / made) 4, We didn’t see very much in the mountains. The weather was very —_ (cool / foggy / sunny) 5, Lworked very hard in Switzerland last week. I was there (in my ear / on business / on vacation) My kind of vacation A. What do you like to do on vacation? Rank these activities from 1 (you like it the most) to 6 (you like it the least). _— g0 to the beach __ look at historical buildings __ go shopping _— visit museums _— spend time at home __ have good food B Answer these questions about vacations. 1. How often do you go on vacation? 2, How long do you spend on vacation? 3, Who do you usually go with? 4. Where do you usually go? 5, What do you usually do on vacation? 42 © Unit7 © What's your neighborhood like? a= A Match the words in columns A and B. Write the names of the places. barber agency Olgas CO bar | Cgrocery Ccafe | Climemet Cloffice CO karaoke UO phone movie shop pay Cistation post O store Otravel O theater B Write questions with “Is there a... ?” or “Are there any . . .?” and the names of places from part A. 1. A: Ineed a haircut, Is there a barbershop | ___ near here? B: Yes, there's one on Elm Street. 2, A: Lwant to send an e-mail. near here? B: No, there aren't, but there are some near the university. 8, A: Lwant to send this letter. _ ____ around here? B: Yes, there's one next to the laundromat. 4, A: Ineed to make a phone call. around here? B: Yes, there are some across from the library. 5. A: We need some ge on this street? B: No, there aren't, but there are a couple on Second Avenue. : We need to make a reservation for a trip. = > near here? B: Yes, there's one near the Prince Hotel. 43 QO Look at these street maps of Avery and Bail between them. Find the other eight. rach c Positive statement Negative statement There are some pay phones near the bank. ‘There aren't any pay phones near the bank. Bailey seg eas Boa Soa Ci os Paras 1, There are some movie theaters on Ist Street in Avery, but there aren't any in Bailey. 2. There's a park on the comer of 2nd Street and Maple in Avery, but there isn’t one in Bailey. There's a parking lot e a Seneaee | | | | | 10. = = = 44.6 Unit 8 3) Answer these questions. Use the map and the expressions in the box. Obetween Clin front of O near KING STREET Zinextto Lionthecomerof Li opposite 1, Where's the nearest bank? There's one next to the grocery store on 1st Avenue. 2. Is there a post office near here? Yes. There - 5 8. P'm looking for a drugstore. LINCOLN STREET 4, Is there a laundromat in this neighborhood? 5, Is there a department store on Lincoln Street? 6. Are there any pay phones around here? Answer these questions about your city or neighborhood. Use the expressions in the box and your own information. Yes, there is.There’s one on... Yes, there are. There are some on... No, there isn’t. No, there aren't. 1, Are there any good restaurants around school? 2. Is there a police station near school? 3. Are there any good music stores in your neighborhood? 4, Is there a karaoke bar close to your home? 's your neighborhood like? » 45 The grass is always greener... A. Read these interviews. Interview with Diana Towne “My neighborhood is very convenient —it's “My wife and live in the suburbs, and it's near the shopping center and the bus station, _just too quiet! There aren't many shops, It’s also safe. But those are the only good. and there are certainly no clubs or things about living downtown. It’s very noisy theaters. There are a lot of parks, good. ‘because the streets are always fullof people! schools, and very little erime, but nothing ‘The traffic is terrible, and parking is a big ever really happens here. I would really. problem! Tean never park on my own street. _love to live downtown.” Td like to live in the suburbs.” B How do Diana and Victor feel about their neighborhoods? Complete the chart. ‘Ravantages Disadvantages Downtown _neat: the shoppin = ‘Suburbs C How do you feel about your neighborhood? Write about it. 46 © Unit 8 6 Complete the chart. Use words from the list. bank Chospital Cinoise Opeople Cischool Litraffie | Mcrime (library Cparking Cipoliution Litheater (water e@ Write questions using “How much ... ?” or “How many and write answers to the questions, Use the expressio1 . ?” Then look at the picture in the box. alot Cacouple Omany Conlyalittle Cnotany Calot |. (noise) How much noise is there? _________ There's a lot. __ . (buses) . (tralfie) _ (banks) ». (people) = . (crime) ee Rey e What's your neighborhood like? © 47 Choose the correct words or phrases to complete this conversation. Luis: Are there _ _ (any /one / none) nightclubs around here, Alex? Alex: Sure, There are (any / one / lot). ‘There's a great club {across from / between / on) the National Bank, but it’s expensive. Luis: Well, are there (any / none / one) others? Alex: Yeah, there are (a few/a little / one). ‘There's a nice (any / one / some) near here. It's called Sounds of Brazil. Luis: That's perfect! Where is it exactly? Alex: It’s on Third Avenue, (between / on / on the corner of) the Royal Theater and May’s Restaurant. Iis: So let's go! eo Choose the correct words or phrase: 1. I'm going to the stationery store to get some (birthday eards / coffee / food) 2. We're taking a long drive. We need to go to the (laundromat / gas station / travel agency) 3, Tlive on the 8th floor of my = (apartment building / neighborhood / theater) 4, Our apartment is in the center of the city. We live : a (downtown / in the neighborhood / in the suburbs) 48 © Units Interchange Third Edition is 2 fully revised edition of New Interchange, the world’s most successful English series for adult and young adult learners. 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