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14 what's your name? p6 numbers


0-12 I, my,you,your saying people;
hello;introducing
phonenumbers; goodbye
saying

18 Where's she from? pa countries he,his,she,hel areyoufron?


Where

1C In class p10 thealphabet; inyourbag(1);


things firstnames
andsurnames;
aandan Ianguage
classT00m

1E People and things p12 people; plurals


things;

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2A She's British p14 nationafrties positive


be(singular): andnegative

28 what's your job? p16 J00s questions


be(singula0: andshort
answers

2Q Personal information p1a titles;greetings emailaddresses;


personal questions
information
eD How old is she? p2O numbers
13-100 Howold... ?

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3A Two cities p22 (1);wordorderwith


adjectives p0sitive,
belplural): questions
negative.
very
adjectives; andshortanswers
38 Brothers and sisters p24 familY possessive pronouns
3; subject (/,you,
etc.)andpossessive (rny,
adjectives
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3C Eat in or take away? p26 foodanddrink(1) money andpricesHowmuch..,?,


in a caf6
3D Food I like p28 foodanddrink(2);
love,like,eat,dink, a lotof
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4A Live, work and study p3O phrases Simple(1,y1u,we,they),


withlike,have,live,work,study Present
positive
andnegative
48 My free time p32 freetimeactivities Simple(1,you,we,they)
Present
questions
andshortanswers
4C Buying things p34 things to buy; Ina snop
this,that,hese,those
4D What time is it? p36 daysof theweek; telling
thetime:
timewords ialkingaboutthetime
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5A A typical day p3a routines


dailY Present (he,she,k
Simple
positive
andnegative
58 where does she work? p4O timephrases
wttn0n,in'al Simple(he,she,it):
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questions
andshortanswers
5C An evening out p42 foodanddrink(3) rna restauranl

5D Adayoff p44 frequencY and


adverbs
phrases
witheyely

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at a party
Conversations at a party
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numbers
:lonenumbers
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family Seniences
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ina shop

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Sffi Are there any shops? p{8 places
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love,like,don'tlike,hate
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?C Directions psa ofPlace


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EA I was there p62 (2)


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ofbe:
positve
andnegative
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andpasttimepnrases of be:questions
PastSimple andshort
answersi
wasbornI wereborn
SC Birthdays p66 months
anddates talking
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makingsuggestions
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negative,
andshortanswers
9C A weekend away p74 atthestation buying
traintickets:
asking
aboutlastweekend
9D Who, what, when? p76 questionwords

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!0A Life changes p7A futureplans; begoingt0,positive


andnegative
timephrases
future
1OB A new start pAO phrases 90,got0
withhave,watch. begoingt0:questions
andshortanswers

1OC Good luck! pA2 (3):feelings


adjectlves goodbye
saying andgoodluck

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stress
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students' withbegoingto
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and practise.
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with four students.Useyour
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. Hello, I'm Francesca. ;+F;4+ _
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4 What's name? ANITA Hi, Tim. How are you?
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': Work in pairs.Say four numbers.Writeyour ohonenumbers.
partner'snumbers.Are they correct? * Work in pairs.Compareanswers.

srxn Polly,this is David. lucv Goodbye,Miki.


porrv Hello, David. Nice to meetyou. ulrt Bye,Lucy. Seeyou soon.
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Lookat the map. Matchthesecountriesto 1-12.
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Turkey t h eU K China Spain
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aboutthe people.Usethesecountries.

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India Thailand Japan
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questions1-3 to the student'sanswersa-c.
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z What'syoursurname? b O-r-t-e-g-a.
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a n6teOoof<
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4 student
5 answer
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2 acamera 7 awoman
3 a country 8 an apple
4 awatch 9 adictionary
5 a man 10 a person

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a^ umbrella 3 Practise the alphabet.
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6 ls yourteachera manor a woman?
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nationalities
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be(singular):
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andnegative

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countries.
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ir .,-'
Fj ffi == S$nnnn?,EffiListenandpractisethe
sentencesin 4. a
Get ready... Get it right!
'-: -
I'm British.
# Work in new pairs.Writethreetrue sentencesand
I threefalsesentences.
1. r Fillin the gaps with m or 's.
BillGatesis American.
t She from36o Pauloandshe a student.
BMW is a British company.
z i from Londonand 1.....,.,
a teacher.
it
3 isn'ta Mercedes. lt , a Chevrolet. # * Work in groupsof four. Readyour sentencesto
+ Sheisn'tAustralian. She.. fromthe UK. ) the other pair.Are the other pair'ssentencestrue
s He isn'tfromBerlin,He.. fromHamburg. or false?
6 m not American.I from Havana,in Cuba.
3 Work in pairs.Compareanswers.Then matchthe
sentencesto photosA-D.
E
r-rEL* =:F*$ ffiffi&tu?fb4&F4
be {singular}:negative
h Tellthe classtwo of vour true sentences.
ilf Look againat #*. Then fill in the gaps in these
sentenceswith m not, aren't or isn'f.
rr{EGATIVE
(-)
r American. (= am not)
2 /)u a
O
*^^^h^-
LE4UI IUI . (= are not)
3 -le fromBerlin. (= is not)
+ Sre Australian,
a Mercedes.
ftl=Iffi pt$?

tJ ffi ,"=.GEffi$ffiffi Listenandpractisethe


sentencesin 7.
- -ot * I'm not American.

True or false?
j.1 -. Check these words with your teacher.

:-= :apital(city) a singer a c6mpany

: ruorkin pairs.Lookat photos1-10.Tick (/)the


:-Je sentences.Makethe othersentencesneoative.
,',-ie the correctsentences.
' '.'=:'C isthecapitalof Spain./
: : -=:e Bundchenis German.
3 se;eB0ndchenisn'tGerman.She'sBrazilian.
3 -=:^ardoDiCaorio is ltalian.
j '. :san is a Chinesecompany.
--3
-: ltffel Toweris in Paris.
--:
a .'/'titeHouseis in NewYork,
- =' '::
WilliamisRussian,
i -:a,.:rceis an American singer.
3 =:. s a French company.
': == -3 isthecapitalof Chjna.

: C'reckon p134.Are your answerscorrect?


jobs
: Vocabulary
What's your job? r Grammar
r
question
De(singular):
andshortanswers
i::n:$:$$n&*:rii*f *:!irrtSti{*ii*g&{ass{{s{wt$*&1w

ii::

Photosof friends
We. m Checkthese words with your teacher.

a tlenO beAutiful mdrried single


,
* ffi:** Lookat the photoof Tinaand Matt.Listen
andmatchthesenamesto photos'1-4 on Tina'scomputer.

Sofia Marco Emma CarV,..,

= Listenagain.Completethe table.

-cny - it9l9o
country i Austratia:

job ladoctor ;

FiSLF W*gE{ffiffiAMffie*
be (singular):Wh- questions
* Fillin the gaps with am, are or 's.
(?)
wH- QUESTTONS
1 Where -t?
z Where you from?
3 Where , he / she/ it from?
Jobs 4 What yourname?
5 What his/ hername?
ffi * Work in pairs.Matchthese a Olorres a-i. 6 What yourjob?
lob
7 What his/ herjob?
a mAnagerbr a d6ctor, a tdacherI l
a salesassistant an Actor/ an Actress ffipt3?
a *diterZa wditress l.,, a tAxidriverl...
a m u s i c i a n ,. a p o l i c e o f f i c e r l l * = ffi ** ffifttrlEffi Listenandpractisethe
: ouestionsin #.
TIPn ln thesevocabularyboxeswe onlyshowthe * Coverthe table in **:. Work in pairs.Thentake
mainstress(.) in wordsand phrases. turns to ask and answerquestionsabout the people
* ffi=+ Listenandpractise, in ohotos1-4.
ffiffi _ _.. _.._-_'
t-

* Work in new pairs.Ask questionsabout the ;\fhat's his name? ,Gary.


peoplein picturesa-i.
, - - : : ' -- . - - , - - " .
1'.-:.-..-- l\7here'she from? AUStralla.
\X/hat'shis lob? He'sa policeofficer.

\il/hat's
rrrrl r I
what.s hls lob/ H.;';;;;,";.
her job? She'sa doctor.

ffi:.
'',,

:-

ls he a musician?
tr Look againat the table in **. Tick (/)the correctanswers. * ffis? mWm$$ Listenandpractise
t is Garya musician? a Yes,he is. b No,he isn't./ the questionsand short answersin S.
2 s MarcofromMexico? a Yes,he is. b No,he isn't.
rs Emmaan actress? w # Fillin the gaps with Is or Are.
3 a Yes,sheis. b No,sheisn't. 1 Afe youa student?
+ s Sofialtalian? a Yes,sheis. b No,sheisn't. 2 yourteacherfromthe UK?
3 .'e youfromRussia? a Yes,I am. b No,l'm not. 3 youSpanish?
6 s , cur watchJapanese?a Yes,it is. b No,it isn't. 4 youmarried?
\Vork in pairs.Compareanswers. 5 yourmobilein yourbag?
6 you a doctor?
H E L P IIJ:F**ffiAN'TfuT&R 7 Beyoncea singer?
:e ,singular):yesI no questions and short answers Leonardo DiCaprioa musician?
: n the gaps with am, are,aren't,is or isn'f. fu Work in oairs.Ask and answerthe
L.
ouestions.Use the correctshort answers.
lES I NO OUESTTONS
(?) SHORTANSWERS

,,ourromRus-lg?
- . ....1b:..1.......,,,...,.......,......:...{-.N9,..1.T...1.g1......_.-.-...-..
ie a doctor? I Yes,lreis./ No,he .. .. .
sheltalran? Get ready ... Get it right!
: Japanese? M Work in new pairs.StudentA p87.
StudentB p92.
f,IIEEf,? p:3?

.,r
titles;greetings
Vocabulary
RealWorldemailaddresses;
personal
information
ouestions

Goodmorning! f
a
a
REAL WORLD Email addresses

ffi e Match1-3to a-c. #3


Look at this emailaddress.Noticehow we
s s a y . a n d@ .
1 Mr (Brown) a a marnedwoman
o eve.smith@webmail.com
2 Mrs or Ms (King) o a qinnla \A/nmqn
a
3 Ms or Miss (Roberts) a man(married
or single) s
levedot smithat webmaildot com
..-l

* ffis* ffiC$Tf-ffitffi Listenandpractise. a


EEEEE pttz
Mr -, Mr Brown

ffi m Look at picturesA-D. Completethe conversations


with these phrases.Whichthree phrasesmean
Hello? Which phrase means Goodbye?

Goodmorning Goodevening PeterWest


Goodnight Goodafterncjon l ; :-:::;r'';ii'1'
-.
1 9 63 2 ll
0 1 54
. -'Peter'west@citygym'co'ur
Et
The CitYGYm
I 2 Morton Street
LiverPoolLB3RF

I meeting
tomorrow

+4 = \Norkin pairs.Say emailaddresses'1-4.


= ffi+* Listenandcheck.

w * +: ffi{rEEffiJtllTt Listen and practise


emailaddresses1-4.
.co.uk+ @citygym.co.uk 1 peter.west@citygym.co.uk
ia Ask threestudentsfor their emailaddresses.
* ffi== E$lTg{E?ffi Listen and check. Listen Writethe emailaddresses.Are thev correct?
againand practise. ! _

iWhat'syour emailaddress? It's ...


* Work in pairs.Practisethe conversations.

ffi$'
The City Gym
I
REALWORLD :
D:.sonalinformation
questions
,'/'itethevowels(a,e, i, o, u) in thesequestions.
. t , ' , r a t ' s y o u Ir fr s tn a m e , ,p l e a s e ?
2 ,',.at'syours rn m ?
," ,',^at s yourn ..... t n I ly?
-1 ,',.at'syour ddr ss?
5 , ' , . a t s y o u r mb I n..mb. r?
a .', ^at's your m I ddr ss?

EE!f,EEIEEpttz
k l@El, ffi+t Lookatthephoto.
Karenwantsto join The City Gym. Watchor
sien to her conversationwith Peter.Tick (/)
:-e questionsin # whenyou hearthem.
Watchor listenagain.Completeform A.

New MemberForm

' -s! name Karen

- r:ionality
New MemberForm

I ivarnn1l
first name
-:: e numDer
surname

:-: address
nationality

' l-t:'i-r:r 1, -,,,.,1., address


1,r,, 1,1;1 i.-I :ili.r
.
,','orkin pairs.Compareanswers.
mobilenumber
t- ffi Listenandpractisethe
:-:stionsin-=.
emailaddress
t. ,','orkin pairs.lnterviewyour partnerand fill in
':'- B.
r:i:1, l,.r',,1.:,';.: '_,ll :lli.i'
form.ls it correct?
l^eck vouroartner's

ffi
Vocabularynumbers 13-100
RealWorldHowold... ?
How old is she? SkillsListening:
fiveconversation

gr"'lim$EEmn
Listenandsavthesenumbers.
ffi ffi+4
33 thirteen 3? *evemteen
:,'1'.
! .:1',:-,:1,;".;,;;'; 18 eighteen
S5 ff**se 3* ffia?e*e6"a
16 sixteen 3* Eer**t5' ,

ffi m Matchthesewords to the numbers.

thrrty ninety seventy forty


eighty fifty a hundred sixty

30 thirty OU 90
40 70 100
80

* ffi+* Listenand practise.


I?.Tilftl$fiftftlllfi
g"*LFWEF$"
A_$$Ytrru5ffi
#
Numberswith -feen and -ty
gg * Look at the photo.Match thesewords to 1-5.
* ffi+* Listento thesenumbers.
Noticethestress.
a girl a car a house a cat a dog
fourtden f6rty sixtden slxty eighte'endghty
:: G+m Fill in the
Listento five conversations.
* Whereis thestressin thesenumbers? gaps with the correct number.
seventeenninety fifty thirteen a The cat is . ... .
thirty nineteen seventy fifteen b Thehouseis yearsold.
c Thegirlis
* ffi+:. Listenandcheck. d Thecar is yearsold.
e Thedog is
* ffi++ ffi,? ffiffi Listen
again
and oractise. gu = Fillin the gaps with thesewords.

# = Writethe numbers Hw is are l'm old


21 tw-e-0ty_:gn-g
24 27
22 25 28 l How old2
23 26 --....-.-
,.-.......
.- 29 .".... your house? It's 100 years3
* Work in pairs.Say these numbers, . ' - : .
, H o w o l da youi thirty.
', 27 35 49 52 68 73 86 94 ;
m ffi+* E|ilillTlffffiW Listen and check. Listen
againand practise.
ffi * Writefournumbers.
* Workin newpairs.Sayyournumbers.
Writeyour ffi Work in pairs.Look againat photo A. Ask questions
partner'snumbers.
Aretheycorrect? with How old ... ?.

-ra,!
. iitt -"
HHLPW|THPmSTUNS;ArlGr{fi/ and/i:/
M ffig* Lookatthepictures. to thesounds
Listen
and words. Listenagainand practise.
:

nineteen

ffig* Listento thesewords.Noticehowwe say


thepink andbluevowels.Listenagainandpractise.
: /r/ /i:/
six thing his nineteen he's she's
single Miss women people please
British watches Chinese police email
evening fifteen evening fifteen

ffi * Look at the vowelsin bold in thesewords. Do we


say /r/ or /l/?

iI's/t/ Ihree/i:/ sandwiches teacher


think married isn't read musician
assistant me Spanish Japanese sixteen l

fu Work in oairs.Comoareanswers.

Grammarand RealWorld
Vocabulary,
tr il:rtli.,: iili',::;r;{;;:* f: ;:l'i,il ftl+i;ri}*l F1;rrif'*li* ll p98

x LanguageSummary 2 p116
w 2A-D Workbooko8
* Self-study DVD-ROM2 with ReviewVideo

l- : lVork in new pairs.Look at the photos.Guesshow


: C the peopleare. Use these ages.

: 3 5 1 3 1 6 2 2 2 4 3 5
ffi Readingand Writing
p Portfolio 2 Threepeople Workbookp54
- :::nk\-yilrh_i;.tt r r ln-'"r.
'
rr'.;rz+., Reading businesscards; addresses;forms
.:r
Writing capitalletters(2);fillingin a form
: Cf eck on p134.Are your answerscorrect?
(1);wordorder
adjectives
Vocabulary
very
withadjectives;
positive,
Two cities Grammarbe(plural):
questions
andshortanswers
negative,

::!,:i8l$l&l*6i&i$l$i$$li i

GEJISK REVIWNumbers1-t0S Workin pairs.Countfrom 1 to 100in threes:


A one B fOur Aseyen.Thencountfrom 1 to 100in fours:A oneB fiveA nine.

Adjectives(1)
ffi e Matchthe adjectives
to oicturesa-h.
good 1d bad
hot ....colo
big small
ilry
#w
new , olO
exp6nsive . cheap
beiutiful ,,, ugtv
friendly unfriendly
nrce
*r m+* &?ffi Listenandpractise'

H#$*trW#HffiW##&#UL&ffiY An emailto friends


Word order with adjectives;rerY
fu+ # Work in pairs.Do you know theservords?
M * Readtheserulesaboutadjectives.
* Adjectives go after be: Yourwatch is nice' a hot6l a room a restau'a-:
'nt Adjectives go beforenouns: It'sa new car acife amosque arnuse--
,
t Adjectives are not pluralwith plural nouns: h Check new words in :'::'with your teacher.
They'regood friends.
* ReademailA. WhereareAliceand Mike?
f* Look at the pictures and read the
sentences. Then read the rule.

Hi Liz and Steve


29" 42" Howareyou?We'rein lstanbul ar3 . s ':'-, ^ot here!lstanbulis a
beautifulcityand the people '-.
are\/e " a' ,.. The are
restaurants
goodandtheyaren'tveryexpensi',e. .',3': ^ a smallhotelnearthe
BlueMosque.Theroomsarenicee'a. .: '3 \'erybig.We aren'tin
It's hot. It's very hot. the hotelnow,we'rein a caf6.Whe'ea'e '2i? Areyouin London?
,::: We put very betoreadjectives: It's very hot,
LoveAliceand Mike
ffip*ts
ir"+ Makesentenceswith thesewords.
t a/lt's/computer/ old/ verY.
It's a very old computer.
z a / Ne'slgood/ very/ acIor.
3 an / camera/ lt's/ exPensive .
4 very/ nice/friends / are/ llis .
s g o o d /m u s i c i a n / a / S h e ' s .
6 is / very/ house/ beautiful / Her.
z a/ lI's/night/ cold/ verY.
8 friendly / children /Your/ very/ are.

$$$
p ReademailA again.Tick (/)the true sentences.
Changethe adjectivesin the falsesentences.
HiAliceandMike
hot
t lt's veryeeldin lstanbul. Thanksfor youremail.Steveanat lisn't/ @in London
2 lstanbulis a beautifulcily./ now,we 2's/ 're in CairollI3's/ 're a verybezutifulcity.The
peopleais/ areveryJriendly andthe restaurants sisn't/ aren't
3 The peoBleare unfriendly. -*
veryexpensive.We6're /'s in a big hotelnearthe Egyptian
4 Therestaurants aregood. Museum.Therooms7is/ areverynice,but the hotelslsn'f,/
s Aliceand Mikearein a big hotel. aren't cheap.lt e's/ 're veryhot heretoo!
6 The hotelroomsare nice. LoveLiz and Steve
7 The roomsareverysmall.

HELP W!TF.{GRAMMAR
be (plural):positive and negative
trl
I
Fiffin the gaps with 're or aren't. t
POSITIVE(+)
'r'r' (= we are)
.,._,,in a small hotel.
vcu 're fromthe UK. (= you are)
-ry verybig. (= theyare)
HEGATTVE(-)
'r'r'e in the hotelnow. (= are not)
You ayen't-from Turkey.
l-^ey very expensive.
. ....-..._
TIPS. Withpluralnounswe wrilepeopleare
'el geeple+e,rooms are nol reeffis+e, eIc.
. /ou is singularand plural:You'rea student.
/a,|'restudents.

EEEEF p'sts

E the sentencesin S.
andpractise
trD 54 s![$EEI[[l Listen ; HFLPWITI.N GRA&8EK'!Affi
i b" questions
(plural): and shortanswers
FlELP VJlg- ilE$T'ffiru$ruffi
Contractions ffi fittinthegapswithareoraren't.
g a [![:= Listenand write the contractions - OUESTIONS(?)
---"*---.**.*1.
: SHORTANSWERS
I'm. we're,aren't, etc.). i Y e s ,y o u a r e .
1- " , _ - .we
Are
. . ^in
: ^.room
- ^ ^ ^ 216?
.1a.
"'"'
, J:^"'.|^Y:
I r','aren't fromltaly, from Spain. l\o. vou
2 a new hotel,but it verynrce.
..._... .rn? Y e S ,W e
y o uI nL o n o c , , .
3 a doctorand he marneo.
'
4 !'cu Australian, American. Yes'theyare'
r - - theyin a big hotel?
5 a managerand a musician. " No,thev
6 actors,but they verygoo0. \A/horo rnro/rrnrt /thav?
n Where Lizand Steve? :
b Work in pairs.Compareanswers. : ' '
d

: S$ilffiffiffffi pttg
f| !![ 55 $IIIUEEEII Listenagainandpractise
tfe sentencesin 8a.
** ffiss s$[l![EEIE[ Listenandpractisethe
questionsand short answersin '*t.
there are they? --**j
I !
L
G Rd email B. Where areLiz and Steve?
Then choose the correct words.
I Cet ready ... Get it right! -lt

in pairs.StudentA p88.StudentB p93.


ffi Wort< f*
I
.-;-,-,
Vocabularyfamily
Grammar possessive pronouns
3; subject
Brothers and sisters (1,you,etc.)andpossessive
(my,your,etc.l
adjectives

. . 1 1

-',aJi#e{
d3tr"#6#\'d
Ac$ie*tiv*sWritefour adjectives.Work in pairs.Taketurnsto say
an adjectivefrom your list.Yourpartnersaysthe oppositeadjective:A,new B otd.
Thensay one thing for eachadj.ective:
Aa new car B an old computer.

My name's Nick. Fiona's My name'sFiona.Nick's


my wife. I(evin's our son my husband.Anne and
and Anne's our daughter. Kevin are our children.

M y n a m e ' sA n n e . K e v i n ' sm y
brother. Fiona and Nick are my
parents. I call them mum and dad.

Our family Choosethe correctwords.


t Nickis Fiona'stont@6@.
;.+,,,fu-Iffii.!:'' loon at the photo. Read and listento the
Cooperfamily. 2 Kevinis Nick'sbrother/ son.
3 Fionais Kevin'smother/ daughter.
+ '' Work in pairs.Look againat the photo.Then 4 Anneis Fiona'ssister/ daughter.
completethe tablewith words in bold in 1-4. s Nickis Anne'sbrother/ father.

n+
6 Anneis Kevin'smother/ sister.

tt
fr a
,t/fr
!
7 Nickand Fionaare KevinandAnne'schildren/ parents.

men/ boys women/ girls both .**LE: WilTF$ffifi$-gk?Ftu$effi 's


Possessive
father t::;=z Readthe rule.
( ) We trse a name t l \ l i r ' k a + o \ n r a n n r r n, ,f n r a ^gfson
v , q P r

(sisfer,etc.)+ 's for the possessive.


daughter (singular:
child) Fionais Nick'swife. It'smy sister'scar,
Y!fr * 's can meanis or fhe possessive:Anne'smy sister.
husband a (s = is):Kevinis tVrck'sson.( s = possessive).
l
. sister ffiffiffiptts
':.i.-:rL
ffi*ff ffiffi Listenandpractise
the
-'-
r4':?l:
; ;=:re Listenand oractise.
*-14.#,8
sentencesin -,.
g Make sentences about these people.
& HELPWlTt{ GRAMMARSubjectpronouns(l,you,etc.)
t Nick -r Kevin Nick is Kevin's father.
6
and possessive
adjectives(my,your,etc.)
2 Fiona+ Nick
3 Kevin -r Fiona
ffi a Look at thesesentences.Then completethe table with
the wordsin blue and pink.
4 A n n e+ N i c k s l'm Maryandthisis Sid,my husband.
'+
5 Kevin '+ Anne Her husband's nameis Nickand he'sa doctor.
6 Anne and Kevin+ Nick and Fiona Thesearetheir two children - our grandchildren.
6
It's a verynicephoto,I think.
Our grandchildren a
subiect
' theY
pronoun" jtou , .she i '*"
possessive; I i I f
iJi""li*' . his 'o i :
:vouri 1--- ' ;*- ;--
b Are thesewords verbs (V)or nouns(N)?

I oeM sisterWj familyl-l


I tisten
iJ readlj catI

Readthese rules.
w We usesubject pronouns withverbs(l'm,you listen,
they read,etc.).
We usepossessiveadjectiveswithnouns(mysisfe4
your family,their cat, e|c.).

GEESil[Effiprrs
I a Look at the photo. Sid and Mary are Kevin ffi CtToose
thecorrectwords.
and Anne's grandparents.Then write these 1 Excuseme.ls thisvout@ictionary?
nords in the table. 2 They/ Theiraren'twiIhthey/ fheirparents.
grandson grandmother 3 Thisis we/ our cat.He / Hisname'sPrince.
randparents
+ I / My friendCharlottejs fromyou/ your city.

j grandfather
5
6
Areyou/ yourat he / hishousenow?
.She/ Her brother'sa teacher,but she,/her isn't.

! granddaughter ; I
_[ I
! Cet ready ... Get it right!
f,+
b EED
I

: qrandchildren
t

60 EE[imlllEM Listenandpractise.
!

Writethe namesof peoplein your family.


a Work in pairs.Tellyour partnerabout the peoplein
;
i
i
I
I

I a EED6, Listen
to Marytatkabouther
your family.Ask questionsabout the peoplein your
partner'sfamily.
ii
fur*ty. Put these people in the order she talks '- -_"_' "-''-_- ;
f

Sout them (1-5). is my brot


h:u jHow old i
l'*Ll i
D Usten again. Answer these questions.
{
f He's 64. '
'-n'l old is Sid?
2 lrrhal is Fiona'sjob?
t -J,', cld is Fiona?
4 rirba:s Nick's job?
5 E A-ne a good musician?
6 *nodrcld is Kevin?
Vocabularyfoodanddrink(1)
RealfVorldmoneyandprices;
Hwtmuch... ?;inacat6

Moneyand prices
ffi a Matchprices1-6 to a-f.
1 110 a ten dollars :
z 10p b ten p 1=pence) ,
+'
3 el0.50 c ten euros l
4 10 d ten cents
5 $10 e ten (pounds)
fifty r
0 lOc f ten pounds ,

u ffim* @l[@@| Listen


and practise.

ffi a Workin pairs.Saytheseprices.

* ffi** Listen
$sllTl?gffir,flt
and check. Listenagainand practise.

ffi * ffi*r* Listento five Gan I helpyou?


Writethe prices.
conversations. e Look at the price list. Matchthe food and drinkto photos 1-10.
ffi
b Workin pairs.Compareanswers. r: ffi*= fti?inTlfiilflifii]TlListen and practise the food and drink
on the pricelist.
I REAL WORLD How much "." ?
* Work in pairs.Look againat photos 1-'10.Testyour partner.
t

* Fillin thegapswithls or are.


t
i
SINGULAR l'Vh;;'r il and romatosands-ich.
A cheese
"r-u..
? 1 Howmuch _,,_ thiswatch?
I
n 2 Howmuch it? t-ookagainat the price list.Work in new pairs.Choosefood and
a ffi
N
e PLURAL drink.Ask your partnerthe price.
t
a
3 Howmuch the pens?
a
iHow much is an espressoand a croissanti Three pounds thirty.
a
a Howmuch . ,,... they? r--'--.,----.-. .- - .- -'*"..,i .
I
t
lMS0lllSptte ** u @s ffi*: Look at the photo of cafe Pronto.Then watch
or listento two customers.Tick (/)what they order on the price list'
ffi ffi ** rfiYllllltlTilEEllitil
practisethequestions
Listenand
b Watch or listenagain.How much does each customerspend?
in .
RFAL W0RLD /n a cefei
Readtheconversation.
Fillin thegapswiththesewords.

help very away ^l^^^^


P|EO-U
+h^^l-^
L tt d t t A J

ASSISTANT CUSTOMER

Canlt help you?


2
Yes,(twocappuccinos),

Sure.Anythingelse?
Yes,(a croissantand an egg
sandwich), please.
,-1i.,
No,that'sall,3
jt'a.,, i;* Eatin or takea
Eat5 , please.
Takeaway,please.
OK that's(18.60),
please
T h a n k y o u o. . . . . . m u c h .
Thanksa lot.
You'rewelcome.

pttg
GETEEEIEE
, . ,,,.r:t, .'';=1i,::;,.tij
, ,.,";.'. Listen and practisethe
sentencesin
Work in pairs.Practisethe conversationin . Taketurns
to be the customer.

Work in new pairs.Look againat the price list.Taketurns


to orderfood and drink.
Role-playa conversationfor the class.
Vocabularyfoodanddrink(2);love,like,
eat,drink,a lot of
SkillsListening:Fiona's Reading
family;
Food I like andListening: food and I
drink like

i .c
lw

thesewordsto 1-16' ffi ffi Listen


t* ftif'IEFf*AiifilTl
ffi * Workin pairs.Lookat the photo.Match and practisethe sentencesin S.
c6ttee3, milki l tea sugar meat fish
'-,: ^.j, ^+^
ffi * ffi:": to Fiona.
Listen
6rangeluice1-,i eggsr,,: ctreese:-,1 oread pdJLa
'Ea
rice vegetables fruitt I cn6colate:l wAter Tick (/)the food and drinkin
she talks about.
= ffi** f4FfillEgffifilnListenandpractise. h Listenagain.Choosethe
correctwords.
= Look at the photo for one minute.Rememberthe food and drink. . .--'..'.=-;
# t Nickis Fiona's(Q.uspe!g)/son'
3 Closeyour books.work in pairs.say all the food and drinkin the photo. 2 Fionaand Nicklovecoffee/ milk.
3 Theydrinka loI of water/ tea'
* Match sentences1-4 to picturesA-D. + Theyeat a lot of meat/ fish'
t I like fish. B s I drink a lot of coffee. 5 Anneand Kevinlikeeggs/
2 | love chocolate. + | eat a lot of rice. cheese.
6 Theyalsoeata lot of vegetables/
pasta.
7 They lovefruit/ chocolate'
* Work in pairs.ComPare
answers.

ii"
Checkthesewords with vour teacher. HELF WIT!-{PR*fdUNelATlSFI /n/ and /n/

a cup (oTcoilee)
, , 9 . . 6
M ffitu Lookat the pictures.Listento the sounds
a lltre ice cream
andwords.Listenagainand practise.
biscuits a vegetArian
t,;;tt',,;,',-l,r,,i,l'i:
rirr',-/i,t'
li/
: ReadaboutZoe, Ed, Mei and Ben.Fillin the gaps
iviththeir names.
t Zoe and B_gn likericeand pasta.
2 and eata lot of sandwiches.
3 . and ........ , , drinka lot of coffee.
4 and ,,._,.. lovesalads.
coffee umbrella
5 and eata lotof fruit.
6 .. and ,,,. , likechocolate biscuits. ? Listento thesewords.Noticehowwe say
M ffi
7 and loveicecream. thepink andbluevowels.Listenagainandpractise.

/n/
coffee dog doctor r umbrella much
I lovecoffeeandI drinkfouror hot watch chocolate I number country
fivecupsa day.I alsodrinka lotof orange wrong mother son brother
water,abouttwolitresa day.I likerice dollar shop husband love money
andpasta, andI eata lotof salads
andvegetables. I alsolikeFrench
cheese, andI loveltalianicecream! M ; E Work in pairs.Covertr. Then look at the vowers
: l O bold. Which vowelsound is different?

I drinka lotofcoffee,
butI like hot orange4ru9
it black,notwithmilk.I alsolike mother doctor son
chocolate biscuitswithmycoffee. I dollar country money
eata lotof meatandfish,butnotfruit
dog chocolate love
orvegetables. AndI eata lotof bread
- | loveeggsandwiches. shop number brother
watch husband wronq
Inthemorning
I drinktea,not e'*m:::: l-isfsnandcheck.Listenagainand
coffee.
I eata lotof rice,fishand practise.
vegetables,
of course. I loveapples
andoranges,andI eata lotofcheese
sandwiches.
ButI alsoeata lotof
chocolate
biscuitsintheevenino!

l'ma vegetarian,
soI eata lot ffi Vocabulary,Grammarand Real World
offruitandvegetables, butnotmeat , i : : : : ' : , . t , r : . : : i . : . r r ; . . ; : i! ; : l l : i | l l 1 ; 1 . * 1 ; 1 i:l:i::li,l:i{!* } p99
orfish.I alsolikericeandpasta, and :iLanguageSummary 3 p118
I lovesalads.I drinka lotoffruitjuice
- people * 3A-D Workbookpl3
sayit'sverygood foryou.
AndI love chocolate icecreaml if Self-study DVD-ROM3 with ReviewVideo

U r E*::: ListentoZoe, Ed, Mei and Ben.


--cerline all the food words.
: ,',/orkin pairs.Compareanswers.

' ,','r'tesix sentencesabout you. Use love,like, eat,


U
:,*'4. a lot of and words from s.
^t ^ ^^t^
ffi Readingand Writing
==. = _! Ur pdJtct.
# Portfolio 3 See you soon! Workbookp56
: rircrkin groups.Say your sentences.Do you like Readingholidayemails
:E sa.,rtethings? Writing apostrophes; and andbuf; a holidayemail

;:',1-ii
'tai.;:
phrases
Vocabulary live,
withlike,have,
work,study
Present
Simple(1you,we,they)
Live, work and study Grammar
positive
andnegative

Life in Mexico
# * ffift Readand listento Carmen.Who are
Cesar, Marissaand Teresa?
fo Readabout Carmenagain.Choosethe correct
Phraseswith like, have,Iive, work, study woros.
ffi e Matchthesewordsor phrasesto theverbs. 1 Carmenis srng/e/@
z She'sMexican/Colombian.
fee+ba+l two children English in a flat 3 Carmenand Cesarlivetn MexicoCity/ Mdrida'
for a Spanishcompany rockmusic languages phoneis two / threeyearsold.
4 Carmen's
in thecentreof the city a car intranoffice
s Theirflatls / isn'fin the centreof the city'
6 Theirdaughters are/ aren'tverygoodat English.
T8Pu a flat(UK)= an apartment
(US)
z Theylikeltalian/ ChineseIood.
* Work in pairs.Compareanswers.

titi
i-l: Hello, my name's Carmen. I'm married and my
husband'sname is Cesar.'We'refrom Mexico'
but we don't live in Mexico City. We live in a city
b
called M6rida. I work for a mobile phone company,
but I don't have a new phone. My phone is three
years old! \7e live in a very nice flat in the centre of
the city and we have two daughters, Marissa and. -
Teresa.Marissa's nine and Teresa'stwelve. They
both study English at school - they're very good'
They like rock music, football and Italian food,
but they don't like Chinese food - or homework!

Fffiffi
{ffi

tu ml rcl!ffif; Listenandpractise.
* Work in pairs.Testyour partneron the phrasesin $m.
"
languagesi ' study languages,

gi$$,
HELF W*g-#ffi&ruftr$Affi
ffi m Tick (/)the sentencesthat are true for
PresentSirnple(lryou, we, they):positiveand negative you. Makethe othersentencesnegative.
b,r a Underline
theverbsin thesesentences. Theyarein the 1 | Iivein the centreof the city.
Present
Simple. I don't live in the centre of the city.
POSITIVE(+) 2 lwork in an office.
for a mobilephonecomp*ry.
,'.'ork s I likeltalianfood,
':u studyEnglish. + I likerockmusic.
| ^
. . E ll il,v, ^e il nl l ial 'V, ae. ,l, V ^l li l^ U
^ {l^+
U llaT. 5 | havea new comouter.
--ey 6 lhaveasister.
likerockmusic.
z I studyEnglish.
r Look at thesesentences.Noticethe word order.
8 | livein a smallhouse.
(-)
NEGATTVE I I workfor an Americancompany,
(don't = do not) fu Work in pairs.Comparesentences.
/3 iJ How many are the same?

Get ready ... Get it right!


: Writethesesentencesin the table.
',Ve Writethreetrue sentencesand three
t don't live in MexicoCity. falsesentencesabout you. Use phrases
2 Tneydon't like Chinesefood. from t* or your own ideas.
- r . ThePresentSimplepositive and negative
arethesamefor I don't likerock music.
.,aJ.we andthey. I live in a very small flat.
lillTffi I workin a restaurant.
s:ifi"r
ffi Workin newpairs.Sayyoursentences.
. 1 . . . ' . . ' l,/'

U El: Listenand practisethe sentencesin ffi.


Iff':??!1fi!?$fl'!!f
1 Areyourpartner'ssentences
trueor false?

Life in the USA i I I dotr'tiil.. r"lr. -"ri.."1


i ' - . . ..'.-:..'-".
: r l . r
a Readabout Richard.Fillin the gaps with the positive(+)or j r tnrnK
tl
regative (-) form of like,have,live,work or study.
Yes,you're right. lNo, you'rewrong.
. EEF";. Listenand check your answers.
I
,

freetimeactivities
VocabularY
GrammarPresent (/,you,we,they):
Simple
My free time and
ouestions shortanswers

An onlineinterview
go .==Checkthesewords with your teacher'

nc ss 'a-:asl: the*"ul'u' ruf


a band

= m : Look at the rvebPageon P33' Read


and Listento the interviervwith Rubyand Phil
Connor.Findthreethingsthey do rntheirfree
time.
; Readthe inten'iet','again'Are thesesentences
*e
true (T)or falsetFt?
-?" =:
1 Ruc, a-l tr- a'a F
- 1 a ; - : -s: - -:^don
2 Tne'. ,=
- - ' = | , = z - - ' a '^ L o n d o n '
3 Tnei'c:-. r:
' a -- -->, Z':'aP.
4 The',S:e-::

ffi*' 5 T h e . .l : - : . ' .= - . - 'I ' . - =


6 T h s ' ,i : : : . - = :
-
-fha
^ ^ -
-:-z = :-.
-
.:
I l = . J -

g Tile-': ,= " --.a' - --::: a:: 3 scuits'


* Work in Pairs.Cor'9are answers'

H E L P W I T H G R A h t N ' l A RP r e s e n tS i m p l e
(1,you. \ve.:re; : 3-es: ons and short answers
a Look at thesecies: ons' Noticethe word order'
WH- QUESTIONS'?

Whe.e do in the UK?


\A/h:- - c ^ dn

b Write these questions in the table'


-
Freetime activities 1 r,'r^a: do -,: - d o -,: -' "ee time?
2 \ , ' ' , ^ a - , = :d: o
: .:- likel
thesephrasesto pictures1-8'
ffi *. Workin pairs.Match
c Fill in the gaPS rqrithdo or don't'
go to c6ncerts,'7-rgo to the iinema YES/ NO OUESTIoNS(?) SHORTANSWERS

6o sh6pping.,.l gooutwithfriends: f a j n 1 C
Yes,I do.
Jtavt6nnisi. I watchTf or ovfls: ,: No,...l...rrrr,rr-.:-.*...-
UV

ptayvioeogamest,,: eat ciutl-,. Yes,we


^. .^ ^^.^..:S?
qu
-vvu No,we don't.
+ ffi* Listenand practise'
lEi|i1?TffHf$?{llTl
c^-ese
'r<e
tney r:cc? L"":.lfi
'a Writefour sentencesabout your free time' Use
ffi
phrasesfrom =. arethe samefor
TIP . PresentSimpe questions
I PlaYtennisin mYfreetime. I, you, we and the:/'
lwatch TVa lot'
EEEE}ptzt
* Work in pairs.Say your sentences'Are they the same?

f l l,
i:', ".
ffi a Fillin the gapswithdo and
theseverbs.

five do like(x2)
have eat go (x2)

t Where- d,o*."Rubyand Phil !ju..e_...?


2 .._"...they a smallflat?
TODAY
WE TALKTO RUBYCONNORAND HERBROTHER,
PHIL, 3 .,,___ they the weatherin
FROMTHE BRITISHROCKBANDBIG NOISE. London?
+ What they _."._.,"intheir
III.RUBY
ANDPHII-.WHERE DOYOULIVEINTHEUK? freetime?
RUBY Wehavea bigflat in Camden,
in London. 5 _-._......_
they_,, out withfriends
UI YOULIKELONDON? a lot?
IIIBYYes,I do.lt'sa fantasticcityandthepeopleareveryfriendly. 6 they ,,, _ to the cinema?
_...._
Ptlll Yes,I lovelondontoo- butwe don'tliketheweatherhereverymuch! ,, 7 ---..*,,_-_
they--_""..."..
Indianfood?
8 they a lot of fruit?
IIIAT MUSIGDOYOUTIKE?
FHILWelistento a lot of rockmusic,of course.WeliketheRedHotChili b Work in pairs.Ask and answer
?tppers,GreenDayandMuse. the questions.
PIJBYWealsolikerap- we loveEminem andlay-L.
T}IATDOYOUDOINYOUR FREETIME?
tp wiTFi g_$$Yffi
$"iffi ruNN&
*t|BYWegooutwithftiendsa,|otwhenwe'reinLondon. Questionswilh do you
FHltAndwe watcha lot of DVDs,
butwe don'tgo to thecinema.
ffi a mz Listentothes e
questions.Noticehow we say
ID YOUGOTOCONCERTS? i
lil8Y Yes,we do.A lot of ourfriendsarein bandsandwe goto their : do you.
ccerts whenwe havetime. 1 Wheredo you /deje/ live?
z Whatmusicdo you/deja/ like?
fI THELASTOUESTION. WHATF()OD DOY()ULIKE? .
ftflL lYell,we eatouta lot.WelikeIndianandChinese ', 3 Do you /deje/ go to concerts?
food.
ll,|8YYes,andweeatalotoffruitwhenwe'reathome. 4 Do you /daja/ likeMexicanfood?
ft{t[ 0h,andwe lovechocolate biscuits! * ffig Listenand write four
NUTKS,RUBY
ANDPHIL.HAVE
A NICEDAY! questionswith do you.You will hear
each questiontwice.
* Work in pairs.Compare
questions.Are they the same?

tueapractise
mm$ lT',li!filTntfillilll
Listenand
the questionsin 7* and ?b
and the short answers.
h Work in pairs.StudentA, ask the
questionsin ?a. StudentB, ask the
questionsin ?h. Answerfor you.

' Get ready... Get it right!


# in newpairs.StudentA pB6. ,."
Wort<
i StudentB p91. i
l i
Vocabulary thingsto buy;
this.that,these,those
RealWorldina shop

Hou'much
is this map?

ilC i..,

Thingsto buy
Work in pairs.Matchthesewordsto pictures'1-10"

amagazinel anewspaper . amap,


a
o
naa*a^.i
PvoLUqr u a birthdaycard
a boxof chocolates tissues
sweets batteries gum
cnewrng

i Listenand practise.
",.'::,"':':,a,],.',,
Look againat the pictures.Testyour partner.

W h a t ' sr r u r n b el ?r A magazine.

'...
. . .. 1.,, : , ., j, ,: ,:,: i") f, j j,'r lt':i
.: I :r rs that big
fftls, fhef, f,h*se,frtese rlaOl;1teS?

Lookat photosA-D" Thenfill in the tablewith the


words in bold in the questions.
nere.& there nt
singular
plural

Listenand practisethe
questionsin photosA-D.
fhis+ thismap - How muchis thisnap?
Hou rnuch are
those b:rtteries?
a

ffi fitt in the gapswith this,that,theseor fhose. a REALWORLDIn a shop


a

ffi
a
* Readtheseconversations.Fillin the gaps with
I thesewords.
I
I *-
t I : mucn a l l lot else ;;,; i
t
,
I
LT1-
a
a CUSTOMER ASSISTANT
I
t
I
a
],Ery-c_qrse
me. Do you
I
I
a
haveany(mapsof
London)?
\. r*-**
a ,' Yes,they'reoverthere. i
I .( ts' ^--^*-. *^.:^.*-"- **.- -*. - --
t
a
How muchis (thismap)?
a
a
a
a
a
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----.
t
t
I
a
How2..........
. are
a (thesebirthdaycards)?
a They're(11.79)each.
a
I
t
a Can l3-- (thatbox
a
of chocolates)and (these
Sure.Anything4
I
^^-t^\ ^t^^^^o
e uqr uD,/, firudDv I ?
Anythingelse? a
a
a
a
Yes,(thesesweets),
E * @$+ ffit* Closeyourbooks.
Thenwatch I
a please.
or listento two conversationsin a shoo.What do the ?
, that's(e12.33)
a
No, that's5
customersbuy? a
I
thanks.
a

b Watchor listenagain.Writethe pricesin these a


a
-*l
* ffi;;,.r"r_--_
a
conversations. t Hereyou
a
I
cusroMER1 Excuseme. Do you haveany mapsof '
l--llrf:-v:sJY*:--**
a
a
LondonJ a
a
ASSISTANT Yes,they'reover there. a
h Readthe conversationsagain.Find:
a
ct Oh, yes.Thanks.How muchis this map? a
a 1 onequestionwithDo youhave... .
,r It's 1f,__ I
a
2 oneouestionwithCanI have... .
cr OK. And how much are thosebatteries? I
'l
3 two ouestions
withHouzmuch ... .
-r They're2d I
t

ct OK. This map and those batteries, please. a


a MSEtrlEl ptzt
-r Anything else?.
c1 Yes, these sweets,please. ffi ffirs andpractisethe
s[!l!M!ll[!l Listen
-l OK. That's 3f,--.-,,-.-,-, please. sentencesin 6a.
ct Here you are.
-r Thanks a lot. Goodbve. ffi Wort<in pairs.Practise
the conversations
in 5b.
ct Goodbye. Taketurnsto be the customer.

cusroMER z Hi. How much are these birthday cards? inthesamepairs.StudentA p88.StudentB p93.
ffi Wort<
-r They're 4{,. . "-.- . each.
c: OK, thanks. How much is that big box of chocolates? ffi a Workin newpairs.Writea conversation
in a shop.
-l It's 5{ Use languagefrom ta and 6a.
c: OK. Can I have that box of chocolates and these
b Practisethe conversationuntilyou can rememberit.
c a r d s ,p l e a s e ?
-c Sure. Anything else? e Work in groupsof four.Role-playyour
c: No, that's all, thanks. conversationfor the other pair.What does the
r OK. That's 6d--*----, please. customerbuy? How much does he or she spend?
C: Here you are.
-t Thanks very much. Goodbye.
Ci Bve.
daysof theweek;timewords
Vocabulary
about
thetime;talking
BealWorldtelling
thetime
What time is it? daysandttmes
& Listening:
SkillsReading

gg Matchtimes 1-B to clocks a-h.


1 fivepast six c 5 twenty{iveto seven
6 twentyto seven F
2 ten pastsix
3 twentypasfstx 7 ten to seven
4 twenty-five past six 8 fiveto seven
ffi * ffit+ l$l'TTill$lffi[IListenandpractisethedaysof
the week. K
Monday TuesdaY w
Wednesday ThursdaY FridaY
Suirday
ffim&axrffimpo w
h Work in pairs.Say a day.Your partnersays the next
two days.
w
Friday SaturdaY.SundaY
* ffi: andPractise
trEEgmm[l Listen
* Answerthese questions. the timesin 3= and 4.
t Whatday is it todaY?
* e ffiF':: Listenand writefive times'
2 Whatday is it tomorrow?
g Whatdaysarethe weekend? fu Work in pairs.ComPareanswers.

* Look at pictures1 and 2- Fillin the gaps


# * Put thesetime words in order.
with these words.
a sBcondll ayear,.7 an houri : a daYi I \n",hai half it to time
a month a minute a week

f?Ef,ltffrf.fiftfffListen and check' Listen again $7hat .. . .. is


* ffitru F::==:=: - --
your English class?
and practise. Excuseme. What
time is ,.- , please?
* Fillin the gaps with words in **. Usethe singularor plural'
a 60seconds=lminute d TdaYs=1
b 60 ,. , = t hour
....... e 365 daYs= 1
c 24 ,,,,,. .,..-. = 1 day f 12 =1year

ffi * Worn o"li":Match A-D.


t mesto clocks
l" lhele
halfpastsixC quarterto seven ,
ouarterPast i : six o'clockr. ,,
six

mmffiw
* We can say times rn a differentway.Work with your
partner.Matchthesetimes to clocksA-D.

six6, sixthirty sixforty-five


: i sixfifteen,.- g
A ffira
lt's twenty
three'

Listen and check.


lll!1Tllf,'?frffff'Tfl
Listenagainand Practise.

Work in pairs.StudentA p89. StudentB p94'


Checkthesewords with your teacher. \fr.J|'{'t:Ir;}i+flihiL.it\i#[,s:,
ffiffif.r"? f{,:}t\;/I/ and /6/

Europe unhicky a flight an el6ctlon


c:'.'.tiS;F "'' Lookat the pictures.Listento the sounds
andwords.Listenagainandpractise.
Readabout days and times aroundthe world. /0/
Choosethe correctanswers.

L',Yffi
T,=*ffiffi three mother

ffi;F r,t Listento thesewords.Noticehowwe say


t6@fiJel -.
I InEuropetheweekend is Ff+iii
'ft4ondav
andTuesday
/ fh in thesewords.Listenagainand practise.
SaturdayandSunday\,butin
igyptandLibyatheweekend /e/ /6/:
three thirteen mother father brother I
soFriday
andSaturday/ thirty month this that these
Sunday andMonday.
think thing thanks those the then
I n theUSA, children
between birthday Thursday they with their
xvoandfiveyearsoldwatch
N forc23/ 32 hoursa week,
+rar+ ffiEltil Listento these sentences.Listenagain
lVhenit'smidday intheUK, and practise.
ts dmorning/ afternoon t I thinkthat'syourmother.
n Brazilandemorning/ 2 Arethoseyourthings?
afternoon inChina.
3 lt'stheirbrother'sbirthdayon Thursday.
r English-speakingcountries '
4 | thinkthat man'sthirty-three.
Tuesday 13h/Friday13this
:r unlucky day,butina lotof 5 Thanksfor thosethirteenemails.
Soanish-speaking countries Thisis the firstThursdayof the month.
..ruesday 13th/Friday13this ::::Work in oairs.Practisethe sentences.
-rlucky.

....Vocabulary,Grammarand RealWorld
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.:li...::.1:'.i :::'l-,1'lliii;llr .:i.p100

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flightfromParisto New
' : ' k i sa b o uht 7h o u r/s ,r 4A-D Workbookp18
- -: z hours andtheflightfrom * Self-study DVD-ROM4 with ReviewVideo
::ngkokto London is about
-ours 11%hours.
/
: ections inGermany, Russia,
:: andandMexico areon
='oays / Sundays. Elections
- :-e USA are onkTuesdays
---rsdays /
andintheUK
:-:.,'re
-- ontTuesdays /
-'sdays.
i Readingand Writing
:: Portfolio 4 InternetprofilesWorkbookp58
,'/orkin pairs.Compareanswers.
Reading two internetprofiles
. :,,,Listenand check.How manyare correct? Writing word order (1)& (2);your internetprofile

,iw

-,&**".*,
Vocabularydailyroutines
A typical day GrammarPresent
positive
(he,she,it):
Simple
andnegative

Dailyroutines M * Work in new pairs.Tellyoi.lrcartnerwhat time you do the


things in 'i:: in the week.\t/hat do you do at the sametime?
ffi e Look at the picturesof Carol'sdaily routine.
Then matchthesewords or phrasesto
pictures1-10. rI get up at seveno'clo;k. -\le :ool

I go to bed ar eleven.
get fip I 7 go to b6d I i teaveh6me I go ro bedath"iG;;;r;;: I
get tr6me, -,, startw6rk,,,,, tinishw6rk],,,,
havebrdakfastI .t navetfinch| ,, * Tellthe classthingsyou and your partnerdo at the
havedinner: sleep. l sametime.
-\IaedaanJ I seruD ar se\-en
o'clock.
.....'.
.:
a: ffi:.::l -t"*tt*t Listen Oru",."
"nO
* Work in pairs.Matchthe words and Carol'sroutine
phrasesin $* to thesetimes of day.
, ,: L;hecKthesewords with your teacher.
'ofl:nn
.s":ty! university middal Tic^ g.: oefore(10.30) l
afternoon after(10.30) about(10.3-:

evenrng ::' Look againat pictures1-'10. Then read about Carol's


routineon p39 and fill in the gaps with the correcttimes.
night
. ===i==: Listenand check your answers.
:-::=-l-.-

ffig
.,'',,.',' -"'lli.i Listenand practisethe
sentences in ?fld , . .
";;;;;;1;;;;,
Caroland herbrotherTomlivein
Manchester.Carolgetsup at a 7.00, . What are the he, she,if forms of theseverbs?
but shedoesn'tlikemorningsl She 1 like /ikes 5 have 9 eat
has breakfastat aboutb and '10 watch
2 play 6 study
she leavbshomeat c . She SIATI 7 love 11 drink
worksin a mobilephoneshopand 4 finish 8 g o 12 read
she startsrvorkat d , She , .',,:,i, Listenand practise.
i;:;;,!,:;:|#:E;,i11
has lunchat e in a caf6 near Whichhe, she,if forms havethe sound /ru/ aI
the shop. She finishes work at the end?
and gets home at s
She has dinnerat h . She Tom'sroutine
doesn'twatchW afterdinner, she
, ,: Readabout Carol'sbrother,Tom. Put the
goesoutwithfriends.Shegoes
verbs in brackets( ) in the correctform of the
to bed at midnightand sleepsfor PresentSimple.
aboutsevenhours.

Tom'sa waiterand he
' worKs (worK)In a
i': I : j",:r.j rl i:r.:j;i,::t;:lt pfgsent
,,i,,,,i- i, :;rid $i fn ple
restaurantin the centre
{foc,she, if}: pesitive finC negative
of Manchester. He
Look at thesesentences.The verbs in blureare in
2 (notwork)
the PresentSimple.Thencompletethe rule.
in the morning,so he
POSITIVE(+)
(getup)at
Carolleaver,homeat 8.15. Shefilnishes workat 5.30.
midday. He 1
Shestartsworkat 9.00. She qretshomeat 6.15.
(nothave)breaKast,but
In positivesentenceswithhe,sheandlt we add-s or
ne" (have)
to theverb.
', Lookat these a big lunchbeforehe
spellingrules.Fillin the gaps with the (go)to work.
verbs in bold in the text about Carol. z
He ... (leave)
spelling
rrl" ..... . examples homeat 4,30and he
mostverbs:add -s likes leaves (start)work
at 5,00.He e (finish)
workat midnight,
verbsendingin -ch or -sh: watches teaches buthe 1o (noteat)in the restaurant.
He
a o o . . e s. 1l (have)
dinnerwhenhe
verbsendingin consonant + /: r studies (get)home and then he 13 (watch)TV
Y * -ies
Tom and Carol ra (not work) on Mondays,
theverbsgo anddo: add -es : does so they (have)lunch together and
theverb haveis irregular ro (talk)aboutthe week.
Look at thesesentences.Noticethe word order,
(-)
NEGATTVE , , . , r . . ' . , L i s t e n a n d c h e c k . W h a t d o Caanr od l
She . do-91q|-i like mornings. (doesn't= Tom do on Mondav?
She : dcesn't watq.;NiTV afterdinner. doesnot)

:: '::ThePresentSimplenegative is thesamefor he, she,it: Get ready... Get it right!


He doesn'thavea car.lt doesn'tstarttoday.
Workin new pairs.StudentA p89.StudentB p94.
r:,:;: r
_.-.:,.iit#.,tl,

--
timephrases
Vocabufary wilhon,in,a
(he,she,it)
Where does she work? GrammarPresent
questions
Simple
andshortanswers

QlJlCKREVIEWDallyroutines Workin pairs.Telleachotheraboutyourroutine


in the week A t get uF at six.o'ctockin the week. B Reatly?I get up at about ten!

Time phraseswith on, in, at Lunchon Monday


* Writethesewords and phrasesin the correctcolumn. ffi {* m*s Look at the photo of Carol,
ffi
Tom and Then listento their
Nadine.
Sunday U+e-mernfl+g s+x+e+eek the afternoon conversation.Choosethe correctwords
Monday the evening Tuesday morning halfpastten in these sentences.
midday Friday
afternoon midnight theweek t Carolhasan espresso/@lgpp;iinE
night theweekend Saturday.evening 2 Nadinetworks/ doesn'trzvork
withTom'
s ShestudiesEnglishandltalian/ French.
4 She'sfromFrance/ Germany.
't 5 Sheliveswithfwo / threeotherpeople.
the morninq i
;! -
---**------**j i
i e+Listenagain.Answerthesequestions.
1 DoesTomknowNadine?
f No,he doesn't.
WheredoesNadineworkat the weekend?
i-----*j
1".."-..
2
3 Whatdoesshedo in theweek?
"".-.*--*-----l 4 Wheredoesshelivein Manchester?
5 DoesshelikeManchester?
o Whatdoesshedo in herfreetime?
ruffirru HgtrEffiffiffi'Tffi i:i Work in pairs.Compareanswers.
Listenand practise.

ffi * Fillin the gaps with the


correctprepositions.
1 | get up af ten o'clock...... the
weeKeno.
z Kimgoesto bed .. tenthirty
...,...theweek.
3 My wifeand I go shopping
Saturday.
+ Andyhasdinner. eight
o'clock Sunday.
s We watchTV . the evening.
6 My fatherplaystennis
Saturday afternoon.
t Garyworks ... nightand he
getshome seventhirty
themorning.
8 We playfootball . ten o'clock
Sundaymorning.
4 Writefour sentencesabout
you and your family.Use time
phraseswilh on, in, at.
* Work in pairs.Taketurns to
say your senlences.

$t;i:
FIELPWITH GRAMMAFI PresentSimple
{he, she,if):questionsand short answers
i
Get ready ... Get it right! lp
E a Lookat thesequestions.Noticethewordorder.
a Workin newpairs.Tellyourpartne r I
e
(?)
wH-ouESTroNs yourbestfriend'sname.ls yourfriend i
6 Wheie does Nadine at the weekend? maleor female? i
What does sne do in the week? b Workon yourown.Writefivequestions i
with does to ask your partnerabout his or
her best friend.Use these ideasor vour own.

TNFe PresentSimplequestions
arethe samefor he,sheand it. live work study
b Writethesequestionsin the table. foodand drink
1 Wheredoes shelive in Manchester? dailyroutine
freetime activities
2 Whatdoes shedo in her.free
time? c
thingshe / shelikes
c Fillin the gaps with does or doesn't. thingshe / shehas
YESI NO QUESTTONS
(?)
Wheredoes Cecilialive?
Does she study English?
Whatfood does shelike?
Yes,shedoes.
sheIikeManchester?

d Fillin the gaps in these ruleswith do or does.


& We use in questions
......, withhe, sheand it.
* We use^*._ in questionswilh l, you,we andthey.
SEISIEEffipres
E Sffiec Ellillmffi!ffinf Listenand practisethe questions
andshortanswersin 4.
a
Hf;LP WlTl't Ll$Tfrf{$ruGSentencestress(1)
I
a Sffi*l Listento thesequestions.
Noticethe
sentence stress.Westressthe importantwords.
'^,, | , -t ,f ^
vvnere00es tom lrve/
Doeshe w6rkwith Nadine?
DoesNadfnefikeMenchester?
WhAtdoesshed6 in the we*ek?
Doesshe 96 to tre cTnema
a t6t?
. . , , 4 , . - t , a ^
vvnatooes lom do'/
b Listenagain.ls does stressedin questions?

E u ffi#st s[[]!!EEiUl Listenagainandpractise.


ffi a Workwithyourpartnerfrom94. Askand
b Work in pairs.Ask and answerthe questionsin 6a. answeryourquestions.
Ask morequestions
if possible.
,WheredoesTom live?i iIn Manchester.i
***-******\"-

Workin thesamepairs.StudentA pB9.StudentB p94.


[l -l!-:-lir:,i: Lima'-in
Peru.I ---\.
l--

*b T
r uell L i l r class two things about your
i l the
I
Ii partner'sbest friend.
l
t"-".,*-**,*-,**-.**. ***.-i
foodanddrink(3)
Vocabulary
RealWorld
in a restaurant

What'son the menu?


s
wF# Work in pairs.Look at the restaurantmenu.Match
photos1-10to the food and drinkon the menu.
* ffi** Hffifffiffi Listenandpractise.
ffi;{* Work in new pairs.Taketurns to choosefood and drink
from the menu.Ask your partnerthe price.
'
rr.* -".rr it .rrilr..";;i;A Ntr. poo,ra,
and an orange"juice? , seventy-five.

Are you ready to order?


ffi * E[!fs ffin* MartinandLouise
areinTheSunrlse
Restaurant.Watch or listento their conversationwith the
waiter.Tick (,/) the food and drinkthey orderon the menu.
*;+Work in pairs.Compareanswers.How much is the bill?

I t l g

S UNR I SE
**'
*-
c.,' ...r,,.di:.i
Restaurantf d ' r a

i ; @ a a
M AI N C OU R S E S
c h i c k e ns a l a d f7.25
v e g e t a b l eI a s a g n e f7.95
burgerand chiPs f6.85
mushroom Pizza f7.45

DESSERTS ;r*oo
a p p l ep i e a n d c r e a m f3'95
f r u i ts a l a d f3'50
chocolate,strawberrY
o r v a n i l l ai c e c r e a m 13't5

:L#irD
DRINKS
bottle of mineralwater
( s t i lol r s p a r k l i n g ) f3.25

fflp
o r a n g ej u i c e
coffee
f2.50
f2.25
f 1.95
ffi
a
a REALWORLD ln a restaurant
#
t
# @$s ffi** watchor listenagain.
Tickthe
I customers'sentenceswhen vou hearthem.
t
a
a WAITER CUSTOMERS
a
a
!
a
t Yes.Can I have(thechicken
3
I
salad),please?
a
t "i And can I have(themushroom
* pizza)?
a Certainly. -l:'.,
i-"-'ri"
a
?

a
a Whatwouldyou liketo 1...
(Anorangejuice)for me, please.
a drink?
And can we have(a bottleof
I mineralwater)?
t .t i
a : Still nr en:rklinn?
a
'.'...'
a
a
Sparkling,please.
?
a OK Thankq vorrr mr rnl-1.
a
? i","-.*"...""
,,,".,*--..,,- ..-........--,-..-..-...-.-,i
"-,"*.-..-..-,
t
o
3
o . i

a
Wouldvou
' likea dessert?j" -:ia Not for me, thanks.
i
a i...-.."-.-..-..".-.*.*. ...- .--...,-"..---.. -.,..- ....,...-.-."*"..--l
a (Theapplepie)for me, please.
a

a
: And (two coffees),'please.
a
a l_";r

*
a
a
a
Excuseme. Can we havethe
a
bill,please?
I UT C O U T S E .
a
I
a Thanksa lot.
a
a

a
t fu Readthe conversationsagain.Find:
I
t
I
1 two ouestions
withcanI have... .
a
t
withcan we have... .
2 two ouestions
, questions
a 3 two wilh wouldvoulike... .
t

lEl$EltrlEl ptes
t
a

ffi * ffi + fiffi[ElWqf"flfiListenandpractisethe


sentencesin 4*.
fu Work in groupsof three.Practisethe conversations
in 4m.
Taketurns to be the waiteror waitress.

ffi a Work in the same groups.Writea conversationbetween


a waiteror a waitressand two customersat The Sunrise
Restaurant.Use languagefrom 4m and food and drinkfrom
the menu.
fo Practiseyour conversationuntilyou can rememberit.
* Role-playyour conversationfor the class.Listento other
groups'conversations.
What do they order?
: Vocabulary
frequency adverbs
and
: phraseswithevery
A day off SkillsReading
routines;
andListening:
Listening:
ourSund
I loveSundays
;q&r*iirlt{{::;:xrer:*'-.**:*4,1:.?d?wwf8li@Ww&s!!]ww*!!

39 a Checkthese words with your


teacher.

early late tired


ffi * Look at thesefrequencyadverbs.Fillin the gaps with b0sy tog6ther
sorneflrnes,usuallyand nof usualty.
b ElEl;e Readand tistento tan and
arways 'i;* Becky'sSundayroutines.What do thev
tOOoZ@-,,.. I I alwaysdo togetheron Sundays?
fu Putthesephraseswithevervin order.
. * -.' j1 a Readabout lan and Becky again.
---- Tick (/) the true sentences.Correctthe
everymonth everyweek: : wrong sentences.

* What othertime words or phrasesdo we use with everv? ne,/er


1 la^ 3-+a-shasoreakfaston Sundays.
everymorning everySunday 2 Fe c a.s':c:callon Sundaymornings. /
* ffia* ffi4Effitt?ffi Listenandpractise. 3 Fs Ee:s^.- at about1.30.
4 ile 3les^':-s-allygo outin the
a:3.-:: ^.
5 -re a ,',e_, s s eepsfor an houror two.
I always get up early on Sundays. I never have breakfast because
I play football every Sunday morning. I get home at about 6 Bsa{...,,l'<s i^ a hoteleverySunday.
half past twelve and then I have a big tunch. I don't usually go 7 S-3 ^:s c-ea<rast in bed everySunday.
out in the afternoon, I usually watch sport on TV or read th-e 8 F e ' s s : : . , e si nt h eU K .
paper. Then I sometimes sleep for an hour or two. And Beckv g T^: S--- se Restaurant is alwaysvery
and I have dinner together at the same restaurant everv sundav
c.s-,:^ S-^ca;,s.
evening. Yes, I love my Sunday routine!
b Work in pairs.Compareanswers.

" HELP WITH VOCABU!.ARY


I'm always tired on SundaysbecauseI Frequency adverbs and phrases
work in a hotel every Saturday. So on wilh every,
Sunday mornings I always have breakfast
in b9d and I never ger up before midday! 11 Readthese rulesand the examples.
And in the afternoon I usually phone my t Frequency adverbsgo afterbe:
'm
sister,Amy. She lives in San Francisco. . always:'-ed on Sundays.
i n t h e U S A . A n d i n t h e e v e n i n qI a n a n d ; :'s not usuallyverybusy.
I always havedinner ut ..r,u-rrrnt , . Frequency adverbsgo before
called The Sunrise.It's not "
usually verr- , o:^3'Verbs:
busy on Sundaysand the food there
I never have oreakfast.
is fantastic! . t u s u a l l yw a t c h s p o r to n T V .
' I Phrases with every are usuallyat
, lne rc t{ tne sentence:
: | \.,,orKn a hotel every Saturday.
. I pla1,'cctoallevery Sunday morning.
' TIP ' We can
say: I'm always tired on
'..
Sunday Sundays.

. ETililil'lllll'il'E7l prze

:
tr
. , % : .=.
l'fELP WITH PHONUNCIATION/w/ and /v/
tr a Makesentenceswith thesewords.
1 usually / o'clock/ | / aI / get up / seven. ffiun Lookat the pictures.Listento the sounds
I usuallyget up at seveno'clock. andwords.Listenagainandpractise.
2 aI / eat out / the weekend/ sometimes/ | .
3 very/'m / weeklalways / Ihe/ l/ in/busy.
+ on / | /Saturdays/usually/rfiork/don't .
5 get up / never/ | / Ihe weekend/ early/ aL
6 t i r e d/ | / o n l u s u a l l y / ' mMl ondays.
b Work in pairs.Compareanswers.Which
sentencesare true for Vou?

ffi &ffiua Listento thesewords.Noticehowwe say


w and y in thesewords. Listenagainand practise.
e
l/it. 1v/ :
r walter always vegetables very
r women when work evening never live
r Wnefe Wednesday every vocaDUlary
I week weekend twelve five seven eleven

ffi&* ffiffi+": Listento theconversation.


Listenagain
tT a $ffioz Look at the photo of Becky's sister, and practise
Amy, and her friend Bruce.Then listento their
e Where do you work?
conversationabout Amy's Sundayroutine.Tick (/)
B I'm a waiter and I work in a very nice caf6in Vienna.
the thingsthey talk about.
e When do you work?
r breakfast e homework e aconcert s I work everyeveningfrom five to elevenin the week.
r shopping e children * DVDs a Do you work at the weekend?
r phonecalls e lunch *, dinner B Yes,I work sevendaysa week.
b Listenagain.Choosethe correctanswers. b Work in pairs.Practisethe conversation.
1 Amyalwaysgetsup aI@/ 8 o'clockon Sundays,
2 Shehas breakfastwith herhusband/ friends.
3 Theyalwayshaveeggs,orangejuiceand tea/ coffee.
+ Amy usually
talksto Beckyfor 30 /60 minutes.
5 Amy hasa Spanishclasson Tuesdays / Thursdays. Vocabulary,
Grammarand RealWorld
6 Amy and Lucas'usuallyhavelunchwithAmy's/ w ffix{:reSra*t*** $ *me5&n*gr*e* F*rt$*F}*S p101
Lucas'sparents.
, w Language Summary 5 p122
HELF WITH LISTFNING Sentence stress (2) w 5A-D Workbook p23
m Self-study DVD-ROM5 with ReviewVideo
E a Gffi*a Read and listento these sentences.
Noticethe stress.We stressthe imoortantwords.
I Slwaysh6vebre"akfast with my hfisband,Lfrcas.
Y6s,I 96 to a clAss6veryThfrrsday6vening.
And we fisually95 to Lficas'sp6rentsfor lfrnch
, r,
^,,L ^c , o t
Anowewatcna uvu everySunoay
eventng.
b Lookat AudioScriptffiffi*t p110.Listento the
conversation
again.Followthesentence stress.

p
Readingand Writing
a Writetwo truesentences
andtwo falsesentences
aboutyourSundayroutine. s Portfolio 5 My best friend Workbookp60
Reading best friends
b Workin pairs.Taketurnsto sayyoursentences. Writing because and a/so; my best friend
Guessif yourpartner's
sentences aretrueor false.
Vocabulary ina townorcity(1)
places
a,some,a lotof;thereisI
My home town Grammar
positive
thereare:

GL,llfK ffiEViEWPnesent$rmpleand frequencyaciverbsWritesentencesaboutthingsthat


you: always,usually,sometimes,neverdo on Saturday.Work in pairs.Tellyour partneryour
sentences:AI alwaysget up lafeon Saturday.BMe too. I I usuallyget up early.

ffi ffi,A+4
#g r' # +: m4+" Readand listento Susan.Doesshe
likelivingin Bath?
b Readabout Bath again.Tick (/)the true
sentences.Correctthe falsesentences.
1 Bathis in theUSA. England
2 lt's a verybeautifulcily. /
ffiw 3 Susangoesto the ThermaeBathSpa everyFriday.
+ Therearefivetheatresin Bath.
ll ll ll s TheJaneAustenCentreis a theatre.
6 SouthGate is a big shoppirgcentre.
z Therearetrainsto Londonevery15 minutes.
8 Bathdoesn'thavean airport.

I live in Bath, a city in England. It's a very beautiful


place.There are a lot of old buildings in the centre
and there are some ven'nice parks. Bath is famous
for its hot springs, and vou can swim in the hot water
at the Thermae Bath Spa.I go there every Sunday,it's
great! In the centre of Barh there are five theatres and
some very good museums,including the Roman Baths
and the Jane Austen Centre, about the famous English
writer. There are also a lot of good restaurantsand
Placesin a town or city (1) hotels, and there'sa big nen'shopping centre called
SouthGate.There are trains to London every half an
g$ * Matchthesewords to pictures1-9.
hour, and there'san airport in Bristol, only 15 miles
away. I think Bath is a great place to live.
4
aoLiitoing amuseum a thdatre:
a o
q c hr nr w
nnPiPninl r v vn vorn +r ur ov a n a r l zn
d P4r , a r'iverl
a station a busstation an airport

b m4'; ffiffi ListenandPractise'


* Work in pairs.Cover *e. Then test your partner.
, j . . . . . . . . . ' . ' . . . .
:

I What's number 2? I : It's a station. I

My city
g6 * Checkthesewords with your teacher.

fAmous great hot springs


swim atrain amlle

tu Look at the photosof Bath,a city in


England.What can you see in the photos?

'.:
ffiffiilp wdBYF$
ffiffi&ru4tujg&ffi # e Look at thesesentencesabout Bath.
a, sorne, a {ot af; fhere ls / tkere are: positive Fillin the gaps with 's or are.
* Match sentences1-3 to picturesA-C. t There 's,.a beautifulriver.
1 There'sa personin the park. 2 There . two cinemas.
g There a busstation,
z Therearesome peoplein thq park.
3 Therearea lot of peoplein the park, + There somehotsprings.
5 There .._.a nicecafenearthe station.
6 There two five-starhotels.
z There a famousrestaurant called
SallyLunn's.
8 There a lot of trainsto London
everyday.
* ffia,* Listenand check. Noticehow
tr
we say there's and there are.
tu Fillin the gaps with 's (= is) or are.
There's/6eaz/ a bedutifutriver.
POSITIVE(+) Thereare /6eera/ twd cinemas.
There a big newshoppingcentre. * FFitlTfil}lffi$il Listen again and
SINGULAR TL^,-^
| ilete an airportin Bristol practise.
it""..---"_....-

There five theatres.


PLURAL TheTe someverynrceparKs.
t-,
lnere a lot of oldbuildings.
ffi * Choosethe correctwords.
t There's@ /some station.
ffiBtse z Therearea /fhree oarks.
3 Therearea / somegoodmuseums,
qi',.,i.r%Wwli
4 There'sa / somebusstation.
5 Therearesome/ a beautiful buildings.
o There'sa / an oldtheatre.
'::iii
7 Therearean / a lot of verygood
i
reslauranTS.
8 There'san /some airport.
g Therearesome/ a nicehotels.
10 There'sa / a lot of river.
h Work in pairs.Compareanswers.
Which sentencesare true for the town
or city you are in now?

I Get ready... Get it right!


ffi Writesentencesabout a town or city
you know (notthe town or city you're
in now). Use there is, there are and
words from m.
ln ... thereare a lot of nice caf6s.
Thereare some interestingmuseums. ,.-...
There'sa new shopping centre.

ffi * Workin pairs.Tellyourpartner


about your town or city in ?.
fu Telltheclasstwo thingsabout
your partner'stown or city.
places
Vocabulary ina townorcity(2)
Are there any shops? Grammarfiereis there
yes n0questions
are:negative,
andshort answers;anl
:.ii!i**$*ffi{ gwff{*ffi*

Placesin a town or city (2)


rc'ETUW
ffi a Work in pairs.Matchthesewords to
oictures1-9.

aroadt3t abankI I amArket'


a cn6mist's._: a p6st office:, ,
a s0permarket.. a bfrsstopI ...]
, a square' I acAshpoint Zannfilt. ,

* ffi+a ffiffi Listen


and
practise.
+ Workwithyourpartner.Closeyour
books.Howrlianyplacesin a townor
citydo youremember?

Welcometo my home
ffi * ffid.r Lookat thephotoof Susan
and her friend,lsabel.Listento their
conversation.Put thesethings in the
ordertheytalk aboutthem.
* Susan'sflat 1
e restaurants
* shops
e trainsandbuses
&l banks
9a Listenagain.Choosethe correctworos.
^ ,.::--_\
1 susan(!JJru9 / doesn'tlke livingin herflat.
2 Therearesome/ a lot of shopsin Susan,s
road.
3 There'sa cashpointaIIhe supermarket /
postoffice.
4 lt'sa mile/two rniiesto the centreof Bath.
s Thereare busesto the centreof Bath
everyten/ twentyminutes.
6 There'sa station/ bus stop nearthe posr
office,
z Therearesomeverynicerestaurants
near Susan'shouse/ in the centre.
* Work in pairs.Compareanswers.

ffi*'
HELPtf,ffTFf
GRAMIUA R thereis / thereare: I
yes/ no questions
negative, andshortanswers; any
i=
{ Get ready ... Get it right!
- a Fillin the gaps wilh aren't or isn't.
ffi Writeeightquestionsto ask anotherstudent
NEGATIVE(*) I aboutplacesnearhisor herhome.Usethe words
1 There a stationnearhere. on the map (a cinema,hotels,etc.),/s therea ... ?
2 There anygood re"staurants
nearhere. and Are there any ... ?.
* ls there a cinemanear vour home?
b Fillin the gaps with is, are, isn'tor aren't.
Are there any hotels?
(?)
YESI NO QUESTTONS
*

thereanyshops?

c Logk againat the sentencesin Sa and 3b. Then


a
choosethe correctword in this rule.
* We usesome/ any in negativesand questionswith
thereare.
ples
ffi$ilsfi[$sH>
HELF WITFI L$$TFf{ING Linking (1)
I Fffio* Listento these sentences.Notice the
a
linkingbetweenthe consonant soundsand the
vowel sounds.
t There's-an-expensive market.
2 Therearesomq-oldbuildings.
3 Therg_isn't-an-airport.
+ Therearen't-anymuseums.
5 ls therga post_office?
6 Aretherg_anynice old caf6s?

E Hffius EM@@ Listenandpractise


the
sentencesin 4 and the short answers.
There's,an-ex p6nsive m6rket. a Workin pairs.Taketurnsto askyourquestions
from*. Makenoteson yourpartner'sanswers.
a Writesentencesabout placesnearSusan'sflat. Give more informationabout placesnearyour,
I (/) a supermarket tromeif possible. I
I -,-----,--r
There'sa supermarket. i -*---.'- -.------,-
: :*,.-- I
z (X)a shoppingcentre i J;,h;,.".;;;;i i;f i
it;;;;h.;;t,. !
There isn't a shopping centre. "_
! i.y_ou1hoggi
-__ _i ifi-":*i:1.:ly"li
:-:l-
!
3 (/) a market i _r-_-___ --_;' ,_::_::_::-. i
+ (X)anymuseums i n:{l*r3
i--- l i*, .!-,j i
s (/) apark i i
6 (I) a square I h Workinnewpairs.Talkaboutplacesnear i
7 (X) anynice caf6s ! yourfirstpartner's
home.
--l I
a U\ a lot of old houses
i l'*;;;;;;;C;i;; I
b Work in pairs.Compareanswers. 3ry-h'!:rr
i illry,-!:*!:::"'"':"lt i
E Work in the same pairs.StudentA p86. StudentB p91. i ua Tellthe
' _ classaboutoneinterestingplacenear i
{ i
{ yourpartner'shome. i
l***-- '-';***--**--***j
Vocabulary
thingsinyourbag(2)
Real
Worldata tourist
information
centre

EElu Waichor listenagain.Choosethe


correctanswers.
t Marlinwantsa ^ ;.: :e cook of Cambridge.
2 Kettle's
Ya.da.r c, : : . 3 - . f r o m 1 0 . 3 0/ 1 1 . 3 0a . m .
to5l6p.m
3 The galleryis ope. I :s::, :- lr,4ondays,
+ The Fitzwilliamlv1_,s:-.^- : ?.:tt,rt5 / 70 minuresaway.
s T h e w a l k i n gt o l r s s a - . . - , , j a , m . a n d 1 / 2 p . m .
o T h e ya . e L 7 5 0 _ ' - .: :.j)r.

Thingsin your bag (2)


Work in pairs.Matchthesewordsto things1_11.

a wdttetI a purse keys ryciney


a creditcard a passport an lD card
a guidebook a map a camera
a laptop

',,t ,,.;;';;1;...
,,.,_;,i,1.r. ,:'t ";.",, Listen and practise.
Work in new pairs. Which things in , do you
have with you?

I have some money with me. yes, me too.


Kettles Yaroa.:
Whenis it open?
:, Checkthesewords with your teacher.

a tourist an art gallery open


closed booka walkingtour
'--"'',
!EE[f o Martinand Louiseare at the
touristinformationcentrein Cambridge.Watchor
listento their conversation.put photosA_C in order.
M * ffi*x ffififilMffiE Listenand
s,{ oractisethe sentencesin 4.
Hett6.Can t n&p you?
h Work in pairs.Practisethe
conversationsin . Taketurns to be
the tourist.

ffi * Choosethe correctwordsor phrases


in these conversations.
1
ASSrsrANr Hello. 1l canI eii\Ltrtp
you?
TouRrsr Yes,please.2Wben/ Wbereis
the SedgwickMuseumopen?
A It's open today3from I to 1.0a.m.
afromlto4p.m.
t sls it / 1sopen everyday?
A No, it's closed6in I on Sundays.
r OK, thanks.AndTwhere'sI there'sthe
ADC Theatre?
a
a REALWORLDAt a touristinformation
oentre A It's 8in I at Park Street.
I
t Can you show me on this 9card I maP?
#
a
Readtheseconversations.Fillin the gaps with thesewords.
A Yes,of course.7jHere is'it./ Here it is.
i
a It's about ten minutesaway.
a HTB 000K h^.,^
IIdVU
^+^r'+
JLdI L map closeo open
t
a
z
t
t
ASSISTANT TOURIST T Goodllafternoon /night. Do you have
a map 12in I of thetJK?
t
t i' *- - -_ *""-"**_'- - '-"' _'-'"'*"_'' -_-'-_"*- **- _ _ -_i
a
a Holln Cen l1 hp.ln tntfl Vaq nloqco Dn rrnr r A Yes,13hereyou are I here are yiu.
a
G a (mapof T Thank you. And canllamake I book
a
t Cambridgecity centre)? a bus tour here?
c
s
A Yes, they start lsat I on 10 a.m. and
a
c 2 p.^.every 16dayI days.
r How much 17lsI are they?
a
t Whenis (Kettle's
Yardart
! gallery)open? a They're {17.50 per TspersonI people.
e I t ' s3 . f r o m( 1 1 . 3 0 )
a
a a . m .t o ( 5 ) p . m . r OI(. Thanks a lot. Goodbye.
t ls it open everyday?
c
it'a 4
* ffim* Listenandcheck.
9
. Nl^ ,,'on
t
i Mondays. * Work in oairs.Practisethe
conversationsin Sm.Taketurns to be
Where'sthe (Fitzwilliam the tourist.
a i*'*----""--"'
''i ? Museum)?
I
It'sin (Trumpington
Street). ffi m Work in new pairs.lmagineyou are
a
t Can you show me on this in a touristinformationcentrein the
a
1? 5'..'.'.''.'''''''.'''-.'''''----'
? town or city you are in now.Writea
t Yes,of course.Hereit is. lt's

a
l"_1?:,:llltY:l
Tti!-l3t .--i-"''
3Y3r_" conversationbetweena touristand an
assistant.Use languagefrom 4 and
a
Can we a your own ideas.
t
a walkingtour here?
Yes,they 7 aI fu Practiseyour conversationuntilyou
a
a
a
(ri;.; ;il i-p;til'yday f);"' i
can rememberit. )
a How much arethey?
a s Work in groupsof four with another
They're(tl7.50)per person. pair.Taketurns to role-playyour
a
conversations.What does the tourist
a
a IMSEtr!@ ptzs ask about?
Vocabularyclothes,
colours,
favourite
It's my favourite SkillsListening:
Reading:
myclothes;
places
myfavourite
' : r : : t . r :t

do.':you
both havewith you today?
'ou havea laptopwith you?

# * Work in pairs.Look at the photosof Wayne,Monica,


ffi * ffi=* Look againat the photos.Listen
Brad and Lisa.Matchthesewords to clothes1-14. and put the peoplein the order you hearthem.
h Listenagain.What does each personnever
a suit 3 a tie a shirt l a r-snrrt a jumper
^ iA^r.^+ wear?
o jaunuL , a c o a t . : a s k i r,,..
t a dress...
trdusers j e a n s. ' s h o e s I tralners boots
# * Whichclothesand coloursdo you: usually
wear,sometimeswear,neverwear?Write
h ffi** Wffirdffire Listenandpractise. three lists.
* Workin newpairs.Testyourpartner. fu Work in groups.Tellotherstudentsabour
....--- _- ---__'.'- -----:
t -;
the thingson your lists.
I \fhat's number
. ...--.'..-.
1? i , It's a shirt. r
. ,i
a- - . '
I usualh'\\reara T-shirt a n d j e a n s . '
ffi ffip*t ffiffiffif{ffi Listenandpractise
thesecotours. I s o m e t i m e su e a r b o o t s . I never wear pink. j

e&n* ;yj*i,** yxJJ,*,*;x f'!=LPWITH VOCABI"iL &*V favourite


brown {ed * = Fillin the gapswithlhrs, Ihese,My,Who
or What.
tr@W w#m& l

.
1
z
favouritecolouris pink.
jacket.
is my favourite
# * Look at the photosfor two minutes.Rememberthe 3 are my favouriteboots.
people'snames,their clothesand the colours. 4 's yourfavourite
colour?
's yourfavourite
** Work in pairs.StudentA, close your book. StudentB, ask actor?
what colourthe people'sclothesare.Then changeroles. = ffi*: n?ltrimffififfi Listenandpractise.
t - - - - - - - - -
: lVhat colour are Monica's boots? I ,: 'They're black. ,
ffiprs
'';t-.,'" "-"- :
fg a Readthe blog. Fillin the gaps with thesewords. HELP WITH PRONUNCIATION/t[/ and /d3/

clothesshoo cafe r".tuu*na ffiffi*g Lookat the pictures.Listento the sounds


andwords.Listenagainand practise.

ffiDESu*Listento thesewords.Noticehowwesay
the pink and blue letters.Listenagainand praciise.

/*/l
: cheese cheap much orangejuice jeans
I chips chocolate chicken jumper jacket manager
I children picture page job vegetables
: sandwich French language Japanese

a A lot of Englishfirst names start with /d5l.


Work in pairs.How do we sav these names?
" ! Jack John James Jim Jason
m a l efi1
nfl , ' Jeremy Joe Justin Geoff George
It _ t

:- ' aJ a; Jane
.n e J e s s t c i Jenny Julia
J a n Jessica
Jan
Temale
f urti"t Joanna Jill G i l l i a n G i n a

* ffiffis* Listenandcheck.Listenagainand
practise.

fo Readthe blog again.Answerthesequestions.


Grammarand RealWorld
Vocabulary,
t Arethe cheeseburgers aI HappyDaysfamous?
S p102
w $[x{r* Fra*t$se# mat*ffr*gr*ss Fc}rt$*[iex
z WhatdoesTyronealwayshavefor dessert?
3 Arethe clothesat Francesca'sveryexpensive? m Language Summary 6 p124
+ WhendoesSuneego shoppingthere? s 6A-D Workbook p28
5 WhendoesKeirago to Ihe Kangaroo? w Self-study DVD-ROM6 with ReviewVideo
6 Arethe waitersvervfriendlv?

$$ a Write six questionswith your favourife.Use these


ideasor your own.

food actor musician drink l


restaurant actress band caf6
singer colour day sport

What'syour favouritefood? Readingand Writing


Who'syour favouriteactor? w Portfolio 6 A touristin London Workbookp62
Reading a newspaperarticle
b Work in pairs.Taketurns to ask your questions.
Writing describingplaces;placesfor touristsin
* Tellthe classtwo thingsabout your partner. your town or city
Vocabulary things youlikeanddon'tlike;
love.like,don'tlike,hate
We're twins Grammar objectpronouns
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QtrlCKREVIEWFavourlte What'syourfavourite:city,sport,
+a:.i,.i: -"' "i .r \i i)'J A.llL,- i+-#Y
shop,film,book,colour?Workin groups.Tellthe other
love. like.ca-': <e. hate
studentsyourfavouritethings.Are anythe same?A My
fawurite city is Paris.B Me too*C My favouritecity is Rome. ,, Look at thesesentences.Aflerlove,like,
don't like and hate we can use a noun or
v e r b+ / n g .
l:c',e
a n i m as
I ra eA2fi nnPr:q

-^'' /= a2na nfl

- a : =s h c p p i n g ' :l" : : ' e s ,

. F , n oa : ' e v e r b - i n g w o r d si n t * .
Look a: io',', ',','emake verb+ing words in
FlSlEl---,:.

. \^/rrtet"e ,.e'c-ing forms of the verbs in


hr2nkale

1 :.:3a;-;.:--S PlaY)
2 -= asster.(have)
3 -a:= .: concerts.(go)
4 :.' '. - = early:(getuP)
5 -: - :re afternoon.(sleep)
6 :.= ^:hlstown/citY.(live)

\r/o.k ^ ca rs. Compareanswers.Are any


of thesese^:e"rces truefor you?

\'/r Ie :^'ee :'-e sentencesand threefalse


sentencesacolt thingsyou love,like,don't
likea^d raie. Use'.','ordsand phrasesfrom e
6a \td a n.r - iA2Q
v , J v r v ' r

Thingsyou like and don't like I - , =

,='l
-

-: s:=::::':s
- ) = J J .

4# # Work in pairs.Matchthesewords and phrasesto \'y'o.<r ca.s. Sayyoursentences. Guess


pictures1-9.
if vor,rnartne.'ssentencesaretrue or false.
, ,
J v v P e ,

I l o v r g o i : r s: o n u s e u m s .

I think that's true. ,


...,
\o. it's falsel
* ffiffit,t ffi Listenandpractise.

H# Match these phrases to pictures A-D. We'revery different


l l i k e . . . l h a t e . . . l d o n ' lt i k e . . . l l o v e . . . .,::::::.
: Check thesewords with your teacher.

bbbb
twins different similar
the same both

=.' Do you know any twins?lf so, tell the class


aboutthem (names,age,jobs,family,etc.).

ffi:;*;
Our mum saysAdam and I
are very similar, but I don't
agreewith her. Adam and I .it11

b o t h l i k e w a t c h i n gT V . b u t
I love soap operas and he f
hates them.'W'e don't often
eat out together becauseI
like Mexican food and he
lovesJapanesefood. And I
don't like flying, but Adam
loves it. I know we don't like
the same things, but I love
having a twin brother!

'i.fl{T#',':: ';' Fillin the gaps with object pronouns'


;o Readand listento Adam and Hugo' ;,
Findtwo thingstheYboth like' 1 A Do youlikestudYing English?
B Yes,I love rT .
i::,Readabout Adam and Hugo again.Fill in the gaps
in these sentenceswilh Adam or Hugo. 2 A Do you likeLadYGaga?
B Yes,I like .. a lot.
1 Adam likesclassical music.
3 A Do you likegettinguPearlY?
2 .. likeshorrorfilms.
B No,I hate
3 hateswatchingsporton TV.
4 A Do you likeJohnnYDePP?
4 ,, ...hatessoapoperas.
food. B Yes,I love ....... t
5 likesMexican
flYing. 5 A Do youlikesoaPoPeras?
6 . . doesn'tlike
everYweekend. B No,I hate
7 phones
6 A Do you likedogs?
ebject pronouns
ffiffirAflcffiftSeffi B Yes,but theYdon'tlike I
B4HilF!'-VfiTffi
'. .#ffi;ffi.*t: Listenandcheck.
'.;E ;r Look at these sentences.Noticethe word order' ffi
Listenagainand Practise.
object
_'yb-ig"!verb c: Work in pairs.Taketurns to ask the questions
I ; love . ; 9-o,9P,.9P9199:.. Answer for You.
in iiF;':;.
Adam :hates :them.
li*;.r ,i* Writefive
questionsabout Adam and Hugo
ir:iLook againat the texts about Adam and Hugo.
with Does... like ... ?
Fillin the tablewith the objectpronounsin blue.
: , 1 .
DoesAdam like rock music?
subject
: l
p_l9no,ia.ns . You h e ; she : it i.r Work in pairs.Ask and answerthe questions'
--':..- l*"
object :
...I you
pronouns ,
Get ready ... Get it right!
F:?i
ffi-Tffiffi3ffffiB' pairs.StudentA p86. StudentB p91'
EEA Work in new

li
Can you drive? Vocabulary
abilities
Grammar
canlorability
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SqJtffiK
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Ask questions and find fourthingsyou both like:
A Do you like cats? B yes, t do. LNo,I don,t. lcan'tswim!
Do you likeflying?A yes, I toveii. / No,I hate it. a:;* Match sentences1-4 to picturesA-D.
1 HelplI can',t
swiml s Sorry.we can'tspeakChinese.
z Shecanplaythepiano. + Tneycanskiverywell.
Abilities
y;,+."r, Match these words and phrasesto pictures1-10.

'4.
swim cook I drive ridea Oi'ke,
playbasketball playthe piano sing
playtheguitdr. speakGerman i ski

positiveand negative
-at L

''i*l i.ii.#We use can or can't to talk about ability.Lookat these


sentences.
Thenreadthe rule.
POSITIVE(+)

T,="q
She can ptay --=: ano
They can 5nt.

NEGATIVE
(-)

l can't swim.
We can't speak l- -:se

ffi '::: Qgp and can't are the sa^^: .:"


. ,,,ou.he, she,
it, we and they.
i,
'i'
r.:: We sometimes r_tse(very) well r.vtIhcan..
She can swim well. The;, 62- s. very well.

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Ejii:.=,==]-:Ti-,,=i'',.,
I : : _ : . : : . - - : : . : : .:. . : : : ,
Can Of Cantt

iir,*
,' ;.1,--,i.:,'',r..
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say can and can't. ls can stressed?ls can,f stressed?
HelplI can't,zkolnt,z swiml
Shecan/kan/ p'aytnep.ano,
Sorry,we can'I/ke:nt/ speakChinese.
,', iil.,. '#*ffi Listenand practise.
".,, Theycan/ken/ skiverywell.
:r Work in pairs.Mime activitiesfrom ,!i:r.
Guess ; r:..:'. , ::' Listento six sentences.Do you nearcan
your partner'sactivities. or can't?
Fffi$-F
W*YhGffi&Fdfttr&ffi
# ffi** ffi?ffitrSffi Listenagainand
practise. can:yes/ no questions
andshortanswers
t can /ken/ ptdy the guit\r. Look at these questions.Then fill in the gaps in the short
answerswith can or can't.
# e Writethreetrue sentencesand threefalse gJlgl-s.(?
_L_E:.{-Ng.gy.F onr 4r.rswERs
) . ..s-n
sentencesabout you and youry
family.Use
can or can't.
I can't play the piano.
My brother can speak Japanesevery well.
Gan theyswim? . / No,they
fo Work in pairs.Say your sentences.Guess
if your partner'ssentencesare true or false. ffip'rfv

# ffi** mnmTrnffffiffi
Listenand practisethe questions
Helpwith the children and short answersin S.
f

a ffic: Look at the photo. Mrs Taylor Can /kan/ you cdok? Y6s,tcdn /kan/.
wants an au pair to help with her children,
Meganand Harry.Listento the interview. ffi Wort<in pairs.StudentA p90. StudentB p95.
Does Nataliaget the job?
fu Listenagain.Put a tick (/) for the things Get ready... Get it right!
Nataliacan do. Put a cross (l) for the things
she can't do. a listof thingsyou can do. Usewordsand phrases
ffi lvtat<e
1 cook ,/ 6 playtennis
i frommandyourownideas.
2 dr've 7 play football
play the guitar
',
3 speakGerman 8 playthe piano
e# ,* Work in new pairs.Ask questionsto find thingsyou
+ speakFrench 9 sing
can both do. Use your list from *.
5 swim 1 0 p l a yt h e g u i t a r

* Work in pairs.Compareanswers.

ru Tellthe classthingsyou can both do.


prepositions
Vocabulary ofplace
RealWorldaskingforandgiving
directions

Where'sthe caf6?
Ffi+t# Write ten places in a town or city.
a restaurant a cafe
i: Work in groups.Comparelists.
Do you havethe same olaces?

I ffi#LF *.rE?F$
W##rtfficJH"S-F+x"r
, lsrepositior^ls
of place
. Where'sthe caf6? Match picturesa-f
.- to sentences1-6.
I t lt's in KingStreet. c
. 2 lt's nearthe bank. It's over there
, 3 lt's nextto the bank. g;;; r:: Work in new pairs.Look at the map on p59.What are places1_12?
. 4 lt'soppositethe bank.
: g it'son the left. i: say wherea praceis on the map.your partnerguessesthe prace.

., 6 lt'son the right. iIt', i.r New Road,


opposite
rheparx. The cinema.

H# tr !GEE[ 7 ,.,-.'.,,.-,,....,
Lookat thepi-rotosof Racheland Jack. They
are at * on the map. Thenwatch or ljsten.Whichplacesdo they
want to go to?
*r work in pairs. Look again at the map. choose the correct
in these conversations.
woros I
I
RACHELExcuseme. \\'here's rhe 1r,;;r_.;,,.r,n I station?
ueN Go along this road and rurn lefr. Th.rt.spark Street.The I
2museum/ statiort :,.trt
is r,; rhe rishr. ',rpposite / next to the theatre. I
n Thanks verr-much. oh. and is rhere a : cr:ernist's/ cafe near
M Yes,there is. Go along rhis road and ir's 6,tt / on the left.
here? I
Topposite/ next
to rhe horel.
I
n OK. Thanks a lot. I
ffiptHs
v No problem.
I
lacr Excuseme. Where's rhe .//.,e.i/re p,tst office?
. ffiffiflF"!
ffi Listen
and woMAN It's over there.9ne"tr/ opprtsiterhe crnema.
practisethe sentencesin tr. J O h , y e s . I T 0 c a n/ c d n ' t s e ei r . T h a n k s .
w You're welcome.
l* Work in pairs.Ask wherethe caf6 is
; A l s o , i s t h e r e a l l s t t p e r n t a r k e t/ b . t n k n e a r h e r e ?
in pictures a-f. 'w
Yes, there's one 1)itt / at Station Road. Go along this road and
turn right. Thel3supermarket / bank is on rhe taleft / right,
\X/here's
thecafein picrurec?
o p p o s i r et h e s t a r i o n .
It's in King Street., J OK, thanks a lot. Bye.
*' Watch or listen again. Check your answers.

$iii;
The
I REAL WORLD
Askingfor and givingdirections
ffi a Lookagainat the map.Readtheseconversations.
peopleare at * on the map. Choosethe correctwords.

#
Tr
a
Fillin the gapswiththesewords. 1
A Excuse lyou I me. Is there a restaurant near2here / there?
turn on road here over B Yes, there is. Go along this road and turn 3left lright. That's
It
t -
l m e t o
Station Road. The restaurant is ain I on the right, snear I in
li ASKINGFOR DIRECTIONS the station.
l: Excuset -m?_ . Where'sthe (museum)? e Thank you very much.
F Excusenie.ls therea (bank)near2, . -,.-?
l .
2

fi
GIVINGDIRECTIONS A Excuse me.6'Where'sl'What's the theatre?
Go alongthis3',--.,-."" and turn left. B It'sTnear I ouer there,SoppositeI next to the museum.
Go alongthisroadand4 right. e Oh yes. I can seeit. Thanks a lot.

t
Ir
That's(ParkStreet).
The(museum)
the (theatre),
is on the right,next5

The(bank)is 0-*---* the left,opposite


B
a
You're welcome.

A Excuseme. Is there a supermarket9next to I nearhere?


B Yes, there is. Go 10toI along this road. The supermarket is
the(station). on the rlleft I right, opposite the l2hotel I caf6.
a
It's7 ",.-.....,.,.....
r Le there,nearthe (cinema). e Thanks a lot.
l

3 IMS@ptzz * ffiffie Listenandcheck.


Listenandpractise c Work in the same pairs.Practisethe conversationsin Se.
ffi u ffi$ @[l![gfi[[|
the sentencesin 6. Taketurns to ask for directions.
Excdseme. WhSre'sthe musSum?
ffi Wort<in newpairs.Youareat * on the map.Askfor directions
b Work in oairs.Practisethe conversations to placeson the map.Areyourpartner'sdirectionscorrect?
in 5h. Taketurns to be Racheland Jack.
Vocabr ary things people doonline
S xt s : = a :n g : l t ' m
s yi n t e r n e t ! ;
The internet :':^ -- :n intornoi"'teStiOnnaife

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lr r.,i Wri te f ive Ja
places(caf6s,restaurants,shops,etc.) Cheopfh$ts
nearyourschool.Workin pairs.Do you
knowyourpartner'splaces?lf not,ask amazon.c0m"
for directions.
i# B\ogge{# "alr

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peopledo on the internet.Fillin the
G., gl. ticketmaster
gaps with thesewords. W o r ki n n e wp a i r sW
, ha::a- :=:: :-:se rvebsites?

snd watch chat be You can book horr


buy read hotels theradio
music information flights Readaboutho,,', Fillin the gaps with
\t Intf2 Hrt2n 2nd '

;; t Millie \'.'c'{s
. emails
ger / recerve

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wnte

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blogs .:". :,r-, a- l'-.
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rrOnline = COnneCted tO the intefnet a lotofl'r/sio,', s orire ::.
,,a TVprogramme(UK)= a fV show(US) lotofthlrgs oninetoc i,
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practisethe phrasesin R e a da b o u tt h e p e o p l ea g a i n .U n c = ' - = : - ' a s e s f r o m
Thencomoarewith anotherstudent,
HFLP WITH PRONUNf,IATION/s/ and fi/
ffit Lookat the pictures.Listento thesounds
andwords.Listenagainand practise.
/s/

ffig
ff
suit
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pink andblueconsonants.Listenagainandpractise,
,/s/'
'
4r'
suit small skirt sell shirt she shop sugar
; centre city police tissues sure Turkish
, pencil expensive r British Egyptian
: lesson Spanish r Russian Spanish

# # mg Listento this poem. Listenagainand


oractise.
SharonSmithhasa smallshop
In Shanghaicity centre
She sellsSpanishskirtsandTurkishshirts
And expensive Britishsuits
She sellsEgyptianbootsand Russiancoats
Whatcanshe sellyou?
b Work in pairs.Taketurns to say linesof the poem.

ffi * Look at columnA in the questionnaire.


Choose
the correctverbs.
* ffiffie Look at the photo. Then listento Sam's Grammarand RealWorld
K Vocabulary,
interviewlPut a tick (/) or a cross (X)in column B of
w &xtr* ffra*t!** ? **ei Fr*gn*s* F*rtf**i* ? p103
the questionnaire.
m Language Summary 7 p126
c Listenagain.Answerthese questions.
m 7A-D Workbook p33
t DoesSamwatchvideosonline?
w Self-study DVD-ROM7 with ReviewVideo
z What'shisfavouritewebsite?
3 ls he on TWitter?
+ Wheredoeshissisterlive?
s Whatdoeshe buy on Amazon?
6 ls Sammarriedor single?
z Wheredoeshe listento music?

ffi * Workin pairs.Lookagainat the questionnaire.


Interviewyour partner.Put a tick (/) or a cross (X)
in columnC. Give more informationif possible. Readingand Writing
b Work in new pairs.Talkabout your partnerin Sa. xe Portfolio 7 The same or different? Workbook p64
Reading peoplein my family
* Tellthe classtwo thingsabout your first partner.
Writing sentenceswith and, but and object
pronouns;word order (3); both and together
Vocabulary (2)
adjectives
I was there Grammar Past
positive
Simpleofbe:
andnegative

8.OO- Threeamazingdays
11.45 ffi * Checkthesewords with your teacher.
StL$\lE
g$-fffi a stAdium a seat Newyear,sive
#tr#uv firewolks a pArty a fdotbailmatch
fbsffrtr
, ffiff Readand listento Melanie,Taniaand
Diego.Whatweretheir'amazingdays,?
* Readthe texts again.Choosethe correctwords in
23-x3 i:" -f 11 .{
+ thesesentences.
=ZrZJz * * t The Beatles'lastconcertwas in the tJK/ the uSA.
lirili / " he?,,
"'- o4
z Theconcertwas aboutan hour/ halfan hour long.
3 Taniawas in Sydneywith herparents/ friends.
+ Thefireworksat midnightwerefantastic/ boring.
5 Diego'sfriendswerefrom Spain/ Holtand.
6 He was at the matchwith fr,rzo
/ threeotheroeoole.

I was at the Beatles'lasr concert.


It was in San Franciscoin 1966.
There were 25,000 people at the
concert, but the stadium wasn't
full - there were about 17,000
empty seats! The concert wasn't
very long, only 33 minutes, but
I was very h"ppy to be there.
I was only sixteen at the time.

Adjectives(2)
'a,a,,t:. MaIch these adjectivesto pictures
a-n.
short 3 long
hdppy _,. unhippy
interestingI b6ring
full t-,.' 6mpty
djfficutt easy
right , wrong
oto young
terrible,
awful great,fantastic,
amAzing
1* #F i,' m Listenand practise.

:ii
l
*'*ffiq-PW$T*{ ffi Fq&*d$
Meffi # ffiJft m$ Listenand practise.Noticehow
Past Simple of be: positive and negative we say was and were.
* Look at thesesentences.Are they in the I was/waz/ at the WortdCup Final.
# We were/wa/ neiarthe6pera Hduse.
presentor the past?
I was at theWorldCup Final.
M * Choosethe correctwords.
We were nearthe OoeraHouse.
1 | was/ wereonlythirteenat the time.
Thestadiumwasn't ful..
2 My sisterswasn't/ weren'tat the concert.
Theyweren't veryhappy.
g Therewas/ werea lot of peoplein Sydneythat night,
fu Look at the sentencesin'#* again.Thenfill 4 JohnLennonwas/ werea greatmusician.
in the gaps in the table with was,wasn't,were s Thefireworkswas/ wereon TV in lotsof countries.
and weren't.
6 lt u/as/ weremy firstWorldCuP.
POSITIVE(+) NEGATIVE(-) z Therewasn't/ weren'tanyemptyseatsin the stadium.
,
lwasn't (= wasrfot) At 3 a.m.my parentswas/ wereverytired,but I
you were youweren't (= werenot) wasn't/ weren't.
The concertwasn't/ weren'tveryexpensive - my ticket
.l:u-irlle{ t!y-g-s- he/ she
- il**-- / it
-.'--..-* was/were only$4.50!
., .-.........................1..*.ye|9-11!
...-Y9....'-'.'-.....,r,,,,',,,... fu Work in pairs.Compareanswers.Who says each
tneywere i tney sentence:Melanie,Taniaor Diego?
?1$** The past of thereis / thereare is therewas /
therewere.

ffipt*s Get ready... Get it right!


ffi Workin groupsof three.Lookat p96.

tl

ri:

I was in Sydney on New I was at the'S7orld Cup Final


Year's Eve 1999.I was only in Johannesburgin 2010. I was
twelve, and I was there with very young at the time. There
my mum and dad. \7e were were 85,000 people in the
near the Opera House all stadium and I was there with
evening, and at midnight a friend from Holland and his
tnere were some amazrng dad. They weren't very happy at
fireworks. Then there was a the end becauseit was Spain 1
big party in the city all night. Holland 0, but I was! It was a
It was a fantastic New Year! great match - and I was there!
years
Vocabulary andpasttimephrases
Happy anniversary! Grammar Past
Simple
shortanswers;
ofbe:questions
and
wasbornI werebom

Yearsand past time phrases An Indian wedding


ffi +:rWorkin pairs.Match1-6 to a-f. 6fu1* Checkthesewords with your teacher.
t 18871 a nineteen eighty a w6Oding a bride a groom a weddingunniu6r"ury
2 1900 b twenty ten
\
3 1980 \c eighteen eighty*even . * Look at the photo of an Indianwedding.Which person
4 2000 d two thousandand nine is the bride?Whichpersonis the groom?
5 2009 e nineteen hundred * ffi-:* Listento Suniltatkto a friendabouthis
6 2010 f two thousand wedding.Choosethe correctwords in thesesentences.
t Suniland Pria'sweddinganniversary is on Saturdav
/ Sundav.
TiF * Weusern withyears;rn lg\0, etc.
z Theirweddingwasfive/ ten yearsago.
f* m.lG $ffi Listenand practise. 3 Theirweddingwas in the UK lndia.
* Workwithyourpartner. + Sunil'sparentswere/ weren'tat thewedding.
Saytheseyears.
s Therewas/ wasn'ta partyafterthewedding.
2013 1977 2018 1815 1990 2003 # Listenagain.Answerthesequestions.
I
Wherewasthewedding?
WE e MatchpicturesA-D to sentences1-4. 2 HowoldwereSunilandpriaon theirwedding
day?
Howmanypeoplewereat the ivedding?
ffi ,l-Sunday-l
l-lF- 4 WherewasSunil's sister?
WereSunil'sbrothersat tne\,/edding?

D== A How manydayswas the party,?

1 Joe was in Parislast week.


2 He'sat work now.
3 He wasin bedfourhoursago.
4 He was at homeyesterdayafternoon,
gu i4. ffiuffiW{fflFEListenandpractrse
m
sentences1-4.

"w"&
Fillin the gaps with yesterday,in,last or ago.
1 I was in a cafetwo hours..a.g,o
.
2 lwas at home....,. night.
3 lwasn'tin thiscountry 1999
4 I wasn'tat work morning.
5 I was in thisclass _,,...,. month.
6 I wasn'tin thisclassthreemonths

ffi j _:r
t _ ,

; :.-] |
!!: ,r;
ffiffi&&SM&ffiPast Simple of be:
ffiffi*-PW$TF-* Listenand
questionsand short answers;was born / were barn M ffiis mm
practisethe questionsand answers
* Lookat thesequestions.Noticethewordorder. inS.
l,YH-QUESTIONS(?) Wh6rewas the w\adingZ
u6w 6n were sunitandPria?
Where :was the wedding?
Howold 5unil ano Hnal
ffi * Choosethe correctwords.
1 Whowas/werethebrideandqroom?
2 Was/ Weretheythe sameage?
+,rWritetheseouestionsin the table. g Whenwas/ werethe wedding?
1 Howmanypeoplewere at thewedding? q Was/ WereSunil'sparentsat the
z Wherewas Sunil'ssister? wedding?
s Who was/ werein the USA?
* Fill in the gaps with uzas,were, wasn't or weren't
6 Wherewas/ werePrraborn?
vEs.{ryo.g9E_slloNs All9yJn . ..._....
1?l.t..s,HoRr . i* Work in pairs.Ask and answer
W a sl / h e / s h e / i t Y e sl,/ h e / s h e / i t
I No,I / he / she/ iI the questions.
at thewedding?
You/ we / theY I Yes,You/ we / IheY
at thewedding? : No,you/ we / Ihey wi4 ;: Makequestionswith thesewords.
1 you/ lasl/ aI home/ Sunday/ Were?
WAS BORN I WERE BORN
2 evening / you/yesterday/ were/
*f Fill in the gaps with uzasor were. Where?
1 A Where Priaborn? 2 A When you born? 3 three/you / months/ on / Were/
g She bornin London, B I bornin 1991. ago/ holiday?
4 NewYear'sEve1999/ you/ on /
ffiu*tP"* were/Where?
5 at work/ lasl/\Nere/ Monday/ you?
6 you/ were/ Where/ born ?
i* Work in pairs.Ask and answer
the questions.

ffi ;q Writethe namesof three people


you know.Thinkwhen and wherethey
were born. Don't writethis information.
tu Work in pairs.Ask about the people
on your partner'spaper.

- - - - l
i i . . -
l tIn 1997.:
ri.-,.--.........1
!.t
'1 '..'--."*--"

I rlir Dubai.
. l , . . . . .
._:. t

Get ready... Get it right! t.

Work in new pairs.StudentA p88.


StudentB o93.
Vocabularymonthsanddates
RealWorldtatking
aboutdaysand
dates:
making suggestions

Monthsand dates
* = ,
m**ffi':ffi Listenand practise questtonsand ans'r',ers
r 3.
the months.
, Listen:o'cJ. conversations.
January ff*furaxmrp March *e #
do you hear?
Whichdates

&pw'H May - July i


I
|
U J
- ^ : - _ -
= i - a :
-
S Cctober Srd/ 2?rd
&axgexw&September #e*sfu*r ) i t ^ . ^ -
' = ' -
1
^ '
4 AOril1st/ 4th
I\fovernber HFmmmsepfumg: a* : Write f ,,'edaies t,lsrsn 3':. August 21th,etc.).
# Work in pairs.Say a month.your partnersays the n Work in pair-sSa,,:'e dates.Writeyour partner,s
next two months.
dates.Are tne'.'cc..ec:?
: _
March April. May c Ask otbers:-ce.:s ,,,-e. their birthdaysare. Do any
studentsnal,'eb nncaj s n the samemonthas Vou?

tu+ # ffiffi.:,: ffi Listenandpractise


these \\-hen'sr-ou::::::i:,,. -{J-,:i
dates. Notice the letters in pink.
It't o" uuy il;r''
r.. i, '.
lst first 6th sixth llth eleventh
"-__

2nd second Vh seventh 12th twelfth - \ l r b t r r : c ; - . ' ' i , , 1 -\ [ 3 1 . 1 r : . ; .


. Srd third Bth eighth 2Oth twentieth
4th fourth gth ninth 21st twenty-first
sth fifth goth thirtieth
Happy birthday!
10th tenth
15 a Checkthese ',.,'ords
r.,,ith
your teacher.
* Work in pairs. Say these dates.
a O'3Se-- -:j, -3::::
13th g: :: e : -: -=::
14rh lsth l6th 1Vh lgth :=: j?
lgth 22nd 2grd 24th 2'th 26rh i
2Vh 2gth 2gth glst u ![Ele El:: Lookatthephotoof Danny
and Karen.Listento their conversation.What do thev
# m rlr ffi Listenand checr. decideto do this evening?
Listenagainand practise. * Work in pairs.Hoi.rmuch can you remember?
t Choosethe correct rnyords or phrases.
4 REAL WORLD Talkingabout days and dates
1 KarerCrce.s:-=_l; 32-2,,,tCh
w;4 Readthesequestions
andanswers.
Noticethe 2 Dann-','
@
Ka-e^^zs =-:. .-J:est at 7Oi0/ 11.30.
wordsin bold.
e 3 Dann),,'s
c a^tra_,
;,2=.,:sa.cay/ lastweek.
1 A Whatday is it today? + Theres a'.le.taa^ :: :^ -estaurant nearKaren,s/
e (lt's)Monday. Danny'slar.
a
t 2 A What'sthe datetoday? 5 Karen, Danni'g:es:: :-s .estauranl
* evervweek/
B (lt's)Marchthe seventh. everymonth.
3 A When'syourbirthday? 6 Theydecideto r.se: z: -.^e:afe / cinemaaI
g

t B (lt'son)Junethe second. seveno'clock hair czs: se.,en.


EEilrirlilillilil} przs * Watchor listenagain.CheckVouranswers.

'...
REAI. WORLP Put this conversationin order.
l . r ' j : t xr n n q; I-;aq?i66,i
GEORGE
Fillin the gapswith thesewords
Readthisconversation. a What shall we do tomorrow evening, Jessica? 1
t-' Groatl Qoa rrnrrthorol
v v v v v L ' ' v ' v
f

t+u
i^
il ruul
,,h^^+
luua
iA^^
seven don't time we c No,I don'tthinkso.
Whatshallwe r do d OK,Whattimeshallwemeet?
/thic orraninn\?
I ot'c /nn tn a e lrrh) e Yes that'sa ooociidea.Whereshallwe meet?

-/ Ya< lhet'c a nnnrj 3 Why don't JESSICA


(goto the cinema)?
f Lets meetat the restaurant.
,/X Maybe
s Why don'twe go to the cinema? 2
X No,la t h i n ks o . h Aboutquarterto eight.
i oK I At'sr^ro
to that lndianrestaurant
in OldStreet.
o 2
Where sha'l we
t^+'^ ^+ /+h^ Listenand check.
L V L D I" - s| U
^ ^U+L d L \Lr19

crnema). Work in pairs.Practisethe conversationin


What 6 shallwe meet?
f - _ l Work in new pairs.Writea conversation
about next
..1 About/ thirtyI
"4"L*"-*-- - -- --] Saturday.Use phrasesin and your own ideas.
Practiseyour conversationuntilyou can rememberit.
ffiilFEE&ffi ptas
Work in groupsof four.Taketurns to role-play
Listenand practisethe What do the other pair decide
your conversations.
sentences in . to do on Saturday?
What shaitwe do this evening? Role-playone of your group'sconversations
for
I a+'^ ^a +^ ^ ^1,,r^
Lsr J yu Lw a vtup,
the class.

,,,t,*,fi
--.l

Vocabularybignumbers
SkillsReading
andListening:
Life's a party! fantastic
festivals
twofestivals
; Listening
:

{: F{ i"tg?$ fl 1F!,rF+t
G i# m * i,:crt p *t:"*1:.3
g **i.ii e*a+,*;Wo rk
in pairs.Youwant to go out iogettrertomorrow
evening.Makesuggestionsaboutwhat to do.
Decidea placeand timeto mdet.A^Whatshallwe
*{as 'ferril$
do tomorrow evening?B Whydon,t we .._?
T h e r ea r e i o t s o f f a n t a s : , cj e s : , .a s a . c . : n d
t h e w o r l dt h a t y o u c a . . . s, : . = : . e x a - c t e ,
o n t h e i a s tW e d n e s c 3 ' u : ^' * - 9 _ S i
e . . e r yy e a r ,
Matchthe numbersin A to the phrasesin B. p e o ce - , - . . . : . 3 _ . : , r S p a i n ,
f o r L aT o - a : - - . - - . : ^s . = s : . a c e o p l e
*l t a ' c , , ':'c ^ - : : : : s 3 : : a a - 3 : n e r_
A B t . :s :.:reml
150:\ a thousand ^3-:s 3 s: = s - a-:esttval
in ltaly,
390 \ a milrron ryf , ' . - = " a: ' a a : : a a : j : r e t o w n o f
r,UUU t . ' a . - _-' a, ' ,. - a - : : s a : e a c ho t h e r
sixteen thousand,
two hundred
\ - = . . . .- I : e . . e r y J u l y
16,200 \:
750,000
a hundredandfifty .t:':^'..
- = _ _ : _ u L U r#
fiftymiltion
1,000,000 threehundred andninety
50,000,000 sevenhundredandfiftythousand

,,,.,',, C f c o u r s e .^ : : : t = . : . : : : - : 3 : : , : tco:. The UK'sfavourite


;::-'!rl::+"iiiiijli!j,,
Listenand practise. r " u s c t e s : . - s : ^ : 3 = = - . - - -: - . - : - . : , a . O n l y d
'.,- 'rl. p e o p ' e , ' , a ' : a - . : - =' - = - - - , . : : i : - - . : e s r i v a il n J u n e 1 9 7 0 ,
Listenand writethe numbers. OUI IN ZL ..
-
e
Work in pairs.Compareanswers.
A n d o f c o - . s =:
Work on your own. Writefive big numbers. i n B r a z i i:.' ,- : -
or Marcle ' .:-,
Work in new pairs.Say your numbers.Write n\/o r tn a

your partner'snumbers.Are they correct?

, Checkthesewords with your teacher.

a festival throw a t<ito gdrlic samba

:' Readthe article.Fillin the gaps with these


numbers. 2 0 1 3w e n t o n f o r
ihere!
70 milllon 5 miilion 1T7,SOO125,000
150,000 30,000 1,500

. .'.1':-,',.r Listento the article and check


your answers.

; Readthe articleagain.Answerthese questions.


1 Whenandwhereis LaTomatina?
2 Whatdo peopledo there?
3 Whatdo peopledo at thefestivalin lvrea?
a Whenis the GilroyGarlicFestival?
5 Whatfooddo peopleeatat thlsfestival?
6 WhenwasthefirstGlastonbury Festival?
7 Whatdo peopledo at Carnivalin Brazil?
8 Howmanydayswasthe2Oi3KumbhMelar
: HELF WITH PRCINUNCIATIOhI /t'^/ and /st/
# Work in pairs.Which festivalsin the articlewould
you liketo go to? Which wouldn'tyou liketo go to? # ffi*s Lookat the pictures.Listento thesounds
and words. Listenagainand
# * ffia* Closeyour books.Listento Ella
/v.1
and Owen.Whichfestivalsin the articledo thev
talk about?
fu Listenagain.Choosethe cbrrectanswers.
t Ellagoes to aboul three/ four feslivalseveryyear.
2 ShelikesGlastonbury becausetherearelotsof
differentbands/ thingsyou can do.
Shethinksthe bestthingaboutthefestivalis
the music/ the peopleyou meet. forty burger
4 Owenwentto Brazilin February / March.
ffi** Listento thesewords.Noticehowwe say
5 He /oves/ doesn'tlike Brazilianmusic. the pink andblue letters.Listenagainandpractise.
o lt was easy/ difficultto sleepin the hotel.
7 He can/ can'tsambaverywell. /;,1/ /y/
forty four sporl burger first work
8 He has lotsof photos/ new friendsfromthe festival.
boring awful August shirt skirt Turkish
daughter small always German girl early
; hffiLtr3 Linking(2)
WETffi$*$ffiTffiP4$FEffi morning water short thirty third surname
ffi * ffiFft Listento thesesentences
fromEllaand
Owen'sconversation.Whv do we linkthe words in ru ffi** Listenand practisethesesentences.
pink and blue?
1 lt'sthethirty-firstof August.
thingsyoucando.
There are lots-of different 2 lt wasa boringmorningat work.
I lovesitting-in caf6s-andtalkingto people. s Thissmallburgeris awful.
Therewerethousands-ofpeople in the street. + TheTurkishgirl is alwaysearly.
But-l havg_alot-of newfriendsfromthe festival, s lt'sa Germansportscompany.
h Look at Audio Scriptffi*s p112.Listento the 6 My daughterhasforty-fourskirtsand
whole conversationaqainand noticethe consonant- thirty-three
shirts!
vowellinking. * Work in oairs.Practisethe sentences.
aretherein your
ffi m Workin groups.Whichfestivals
town, city or country?What do people.dothere?
h Tellthe class about one festivalin your town, city
or countrv. ffi Vocabulary,Grammarand Real World
$x ffi:strxF*';r*t[c* S;rii"tqf
$*c-*!:]r**x S p104
Stlic'tfx!$*]
# LanguageSummary 8 pl28
# 8A-D Workbookp38
Self-study DVD-ROMI with ReviewVideo

Readingand Writing
xx Portfolio 8 Goingout Workbookp66
Reading entertainmentadverts;emails
Writing alan and the; your last film, play
or rock concert
Vocabulary
transport

'l
Amazing journeys Grammar
'_rgu
positive
PastSimple:
arandirregular
verbs)
l ,:',:,.1I:,:i.1t

ll l.l::.,:-,:i:: :,:i,::,,-',ttti.:,'
:"',,iif ...i i:i,l;.':,:).,.:. Wfite
the namesof four peoplein yourfamily.
Workin pairs.Swappapers.Ask questions
aboutthe peopleand whentheyrwereborn:
AWho's Veronica?B She'smy sister.
AWhen wassheborn? B On June2nd1gg4.

Transport
Tick (/)the wordsyou know.Then
CheCkneW wOrdS in ,;':i:'::t;:::'."'t'-'"'''
,.'.ir:.

a car a ous a trarn a taxi a bike


a motorbike a plane a boat

Listenand
practise.
Underline the verbsin these +-\]lta*
sentences.
t I usuallygo to workby car.
2 | cometo thisschoolby bus.
3 | nevertravelby plane.
+ | alwaysrryalkto work.

T w o E n g l i s hw o m e n .J o H u x s t e r
fu*
Writesentencesabout you. a n d A n t o n i aB o l i n g b r o k e - K e nt rt a
, velleo
t | ... to work/ school/ university ... -
f r o m T h a i l a n dt o t h e U K i n a p i n kt u k - t u k l
! alwayspa ta w*rk by tsus.
J o , t h ec e a , , - : :
2 | u s u a l l,y. .t o t h i ss c h o o.l. .
backto Englar":--=
s W h e nI g o s h o p p i n g I u, s u a l l.y. ,
4 I lovetravelling ... : - iourneyon May 2BIn
5 | don'tliketravelling ... 2006.Theytra,,,e :-: '- -^ l,ery bad roads.
6 | nevertravel,.. Allthe peopletr..:. - '-=
: s:Tetimes':rr:i:':Jg
Work in pairs.Say your sentences. andAntoniafoco :.- _;--
.1 --
Are any the same? r ' r : | ' ; . r,- 2 C O l r ' : ' = S - - - - -= rK, 98 daysafterthey
BangkokA .-- .-= : : :,::< calledTuk-Tuk
to the
R o a d . T h e ya s a , ? > : :
Bangkokto Brighton
. Checkthesewords with your teacher. UK -,'---.,,- ' - - .
BELGIUNI pOLAI\.9
Brighton I
a tuk-tuk a journey loenrr.rar,rv
UKBAINE
raisemoneyfor charity F R A N C E6 2 E 6 p . l R E p U B L t c
.
Look at the photosand map. What is i" ,t ,
the articleabout,do you think?
- !
Readthe article.Are your guesses
correct?
, : - ' :,: ;
'
.,',-'!1.
: . . j ' . ' ! t :' j '.,rot:-']
,'' :irl ]l',
Mffig--ffi
1#EY*$H-$SYffi
#\$
Effiffi
# Readthe articleagain.Completethe table
Present$imple or PastSirnple
with the correctdates,placesand numbers.
a ffirm Noticethe
Listento thesesentences.
difference betweenthe PresentSimpleandthe
PastSimple.
c place started t I liveinLondon.I livedin London.
2 Wework at home.Weworkedat home.
s Theyloveit.Theylovedit.
* ffi*: Whichdo you
Listento six pairsof sentences.
hearfirst,the PresentSimpleor the PastSimple?
1 Past Simple

A"$ffiH-P
WETh &ffiAffift$&ffiFastSimple: Aroundthe world by bike
positive(regular
and irregular verb$)
1".,:-
ffi e ReadaboutMarkBeaumont's journey.Fillin the gaps
ffie * Look at the regularPast Simpleforms in
blue in the article.Then completethese rules withthe PastSimpleof theverbsin brackets.
with -d or -ed. fu Workin oairs.Comoareanswers.
REGULAR
VERBS
!r
ss To make the Past Simpleof regularverbs, we
usuallyadd , to the verb.
MarkBeaumont, from
e For regularverbs that end in -e (like,arrive,etc.), Scotland,1 cycled (cycle)
we add to the verb. aroundtheworldin only194
Y*P ' The Past Simole of travel is travelled. daysand 17 hours.Mark
2 (have)the idea
b Look at the irregular Past Simple forms in
p i n k i n t h e a r t i c l e .M a t c h t h e m t o v e r b s 1 - 1 0 . afterhe 3 (leave)
IRREGULAR
VERBS GlasgowUniversity in 2007,
and he 4 (start)his
1 buy bought 6 nave
2 come 7 leave journeyin Parison AugustSrh
3 get 8 meet the sameyear.
4 give I tell He 5 (travel)
18,300
5 g o 10 write milesand 6 (visit)
Yltrc ThePastSimpleof regularand irregular
verbs twentycountries,and he
is the sametorl,you,he,she,it.we andthey. 7 (meet)alot of
* Check in ffi Learnthe other
Ftrffit. people.He also
interesting
irregularverbs in the table. 8 (write)
an online
diaryand n (g"t)
g# a Writethe Past Simpleforms of these
regularverbs. emailsfromfriendsandfamilyeveryweek.Mark
10 hisjourneyin Parison February
(finish) 1Sth
1 visit visited z live
2OOB.Hisfamily 11 (go)to Parisfor the big
2 watch 8 want
day,and his mother 12 (tell)thenewspapers
3 olav 9 love
4 hate 10 talk she13 (be)veryproudof herson.Mark
5 walk 11 start also 14 (raise)
overe10,000for charity.
6 worK 12 finish
Listenandpractise.
e* ffi"*'4. [ffi,1T'{ftNEmEm I
i
Which PastSimpleforms endin /fi/? : Get ready... Get it right!
I

: :-
* ffi*s Listenandpractise
ffif,ffiTffiffi?m$
the irregularPast Simpleforms in Sfu. # y:::t::::::::li:::::::i::::i
_ _ _ _l
Vocabulary
holiday
activities
My last holiday GrammarPast
questions
Simple:
negative
andshortanswers
:r:il11!:ilitii'trii::titti:::::iii:.iatr'ii;it::tll
;i1t1l

" , l- ., ,. , ;. " Writefive regularor


irregularverbsand theirPastSimpleforms.Workin I wenton holidayto Moscowlast
pairs.Taketurnsto say the verbs.your partnersays year.I didn'tstayin a hotel,I stayed
a sentencewith the PastSimpleform: A go B I went with somefriends.I wentsightseei
out with friends lastnight. in the morninqs and I tooka lotof
photos.My favouriteplacewas Red
Square.Therearea lot of beautiful
buildings and it'sa greatplaceto
Holiday activities watchpeople,I wasonlyin Russia
for a week,so I didn'tvisitanyother
x Work in pairs. Tick(,/) the phrasesyou know.
1.1,,,;; places.Nexttime,maybel
Then do the exercisein ffiffiffi ry*"*_1.

go on holiday takephotos go to the bebch LastyearI travelledaroundSpain


staywithfriendsor family stayin a hotel on holiday.My favouriteplacewas
go sightseeing go swimming go for a watk Granada,a veryfriendlycityin the
renta c6r travelarolnd havea good t'ime south.WhenI wastherelvisited
theAlhambra, a beautifulold palace
- that was fantastic!I alsowentto
* ffiAffi.,,,,.
ffi Listenandpractise. Valencia,a veryinteresting city by
+ Work with your partner.What are the past thesea.I stayedin a nicehoteland
wentto the beacheveryafternoon.
Simpleformsof the verbsin l:;:,? But I didn'tgo swimming becauseI
go + went take -+ took can'tswiml

g;* .i: Writefour sentencesabout thingsyou oo


on holiday.Use always,usually,sornefimesand We d'dnt go on holidaylastyear,
phrasesfrom 'i*. but two yearsago we wentto
Turkey.We renteda car and
I alwaysgo to the beach.
travelledaroundthe countryfor two
I usuallystay with friends. weeks.Ourfavourite placewas
Cappadocia - the scenerythereis
::, Work in pairs.Say your sentences.Are any of
your partner'ssentencestrue for Vou? amazing.We stayedin a smallhotei
andwentfor a walkeverymorning,
We didn'tstaytherefor verylong,
Favouriteplaces but we tookabout500 photos!

4; ::r Checkthesewords with your teacher.

a palace the sea the sc6nery


hiffil-il$"tJiff"ili+',-1F,rii:'!i-...,,,.,:..:-i
Past Simple: negative
I
,r +f".T:tiiEi,:,,,.
Read and tistento Heidi,Chartieand , Lookat thesesentences.
Noticethewordorder.
John. Matchthe peopleto the photoson p73.
Which countriesare the olacesin? L. .. ,9ion]!..., stav ina hote-|.
. . (didn't
He = did not)
1d i c n ' t , go swimming.
+ Readabout the hotidaysagain.Fillin the gaps
in these sentenceswith Heidi, Charlie,John or
Diane.
1 Charlie visiteda beautifulold palace.
2 stayedwithsomefriends.
i'r,Writethesesentencesin the table.
3 stayedby the sea.
t Shedidn't visit anyotherplaces.
4 , onlywentto onecity.
2 We didn't go on holidaylastyear.
5 and wentfor a walkeveryday,
3 Theydidn't stay therefor verylong.
6 and wenton holidaylastyear.
7 ..... and ...... stayedin hotels. ffiffiffiffffi p':+:
ffi Coverthe texts.Thenanswerthesequestions.
1 Wheredid Heidigo on holiday?
z Who did shestaywith?
3 Whendid Chadiego to the beach?
4 Didhe go swimming?
5 DidJohnand DianevisitTurkeylastyear?
6 Howmanyphotosdid theytake?

I Hffi$-PW&?"${ffiRAMMAR Past Simple:


I questions and shCIrtanswer$
ffi * Look at thesequestions.Noticethe word order.
E wn- ouEsroNS(?)
* : t i
i Where idid i Heidi : So i on holiday?
B ---,--,--.'-,.-,-,--a**-**-:***--------i:-,-*,.,----t---.*-*-
I Who loio ishe lstay lwith?
"""""""""-*:-***--:****?---*-:***
:4 -..-.*..-.*.-.....-.'-,-i--**.*-i*-' - .." .. '- *--",1
" " "...:
e : : l l
* l : l l

b Writethesequestionsin the table.


t Whendid Chadiego to the beach?
2 Howmanyphotosdid theytake?
e Fillin the gaps with dld or didn't.

theyvisitTurkey I Yes,they
lastyear? : No,they

ffiffiffiKp:at
# ffior f,[[[!!![[ffi Listenandpractisethe
ouestionsand short answersin S.

ffi Wort<in pairs.StudentA p90. StudentB p95.

: Get ready... Get it right!


ffi* Make PastSimplequestionswithyou.
m ffiu# fffiiJnEffiffiWListenandpractisethe
sentencesin 4. When... lastgo on holiday?
Whendid you lastgo on holiday?
t dian't stdyin a hot6l.
ss Where... go?
a Make these sentencesnegative.Write the correct @ What... do there?
ffi
sentences. & Who... go with?
1 a Heidiwentto Prague. 4S Where... stay?

Heidi didn't go to Prague. She went to Moscow. 4& How... travelaround?


o Shewentsightseeing in theafternoons. * hqrra q onnd tima?

a Charliewentto Spaintwo yearsago.


E6Answerthe questionsfor you.
b He stayedwithfriendsin Valencia.
a Johnand Dianerentedbikesfor two weeks.
ffi e Workin pairs.Askyourpartnerthe questions.
b Theystayedin a big hotelin Cappadocia. i
i b Telltheclassabout your partner'sholiday.
Work in pairs.Comparesentences.
Vocabulary
atthestation
RealWorldbuying
train
asking
aboutlastweekend

At the station
ffi a Workin pairs.Lookat the photos.Matchthesewordsto 1-6. LI lsf 44 EEEIEEE! Listenand
practisethe sentencesin G.
e - Y
ac0stomer7 asingle areturn
a ticketoffice... a ticketmactrine,,,.l a ptAttormI i rll a Work in pairs.Practisethe
conversationin 3. Taketurns to
* ffi+x trf,if!?ffft!fi?fiI
Listenandpractise. be the customer.
b Closeyour books. Practisethe
# EEf s.t ffiun tt'sSaturday.morning.
Sailyisatthestation, conversationagain.
Watchor listento her conversationwith the ticket seller.Where
does Sallywant to go? How much is her ticket? a Readthis conversation.Choosethe
II
t correctwords.
a REALWORLDBuyingtraintickets
l cLSrolrERA single1@ t fro* Oxford,
ffio EElln.l ffiu* Watchor tistenagain.Fiilinthegaps. please.
o
t CUSTOMER TICKETSELLER rrcxEr sELLER OK.2That / Tbat's d18,
t
please.Here's 3tou / yowr ticket.
a
* A returnto 4............ I

please. When do you want to come c Thanks. \"hat time's theanext I near
o .::11',""':
back? train?
rs There's one 5at / on 11.52.
t
a
Tomorrowevening.
&
O K ,T h a t ' sb t . . . , c 6\-bich / \\'bere platform?
a prease.
r> Plattbrm 1.
I .'r.i' Hereare your tickets -do
s Thanks.Whattime'sthe next --'"'*'-""'-" '
c \fhat :r'me / does it arrive in
i"-"--
t
train? Orfordi
t There's one at c
a /jii::-': rs sln / \t 12.47.
a
c T h a n k s e m u c h/ a l o t . B y e .
OK. Which d 2
3 Platforme o f$[+s Listenand check.
t jt:r'-l

, And whattimedoes it arrivein * Work in pairs.Practisethe


a t 2 conversation.Taketurns to be
j
a
the customer.
.,::..--:A t e
Thanksa lot. Bye.
o
a e Work in new pairs.StudentA p90.
I
* EISEEIIS prsr StudentB p95.
Last weekend
WE&s"e It's Mondaymorning.
Watchor listento Rob and Sallytalk about last
weekend.Put photosA-D in the ordertheytalk
aboutthem.
Work in pairs.How much can you remember?
Choosethe correctwords or phrases.
t Sallywentto seener@,@)/ srsterlastweekend,
2 Theywentshoppingon Saturday/ Sunday
afternoon,
3 Theyenjoyed/ didn'tenjoytheueveningat the
theatre.
+ Sally/ Herbrotherdoesn'tlikeart galleries
very
much.
5 Theyhad lunchwithsomefriends/ theirparents.
6 Robwentto aTurkish/ Spanishrestaurant on
Saturday.
Watchor listenagain.Checkyouranswers.

RHAL W6RLB Axking aboi-rtlast \or*ekend


Fillin the gaps in questions1-7 with thesewords.

have you did What do good Where

1 Didyou have a goodweekend?


2 didyoudo at theweekend? I aiaacfor vQvn t u tsal r av

3 didyougo?
+ Whatdid you +L a.^O
LIIUIUi

5 Didyouhavea time?
6 What you see?
7 Did enjoyit?
MISEHWh ptat

questionsin
[t!4 yottna, e a gooc] weekend?

Make notesabout thingsyou did last weekend.


went for a v,talk nlayedtennis watchedT\/
Work in pairs.Ask your partnerabout last
weekend.Use questionsfrom and your own
questions.Givemoreinformation if possible.

Nfhat did you do lastweekend?

I went for a walk.

W h e r ed i d y o ug o ?

Tellthe classaboutone thingyour partnerdid


last weekend.
Vocabulary question
words
SkillsReading:
a quiz;
Who, what, when? Listening:
Howmanydid
I getright?
]
raf qa't**?i*u**
workin pairs.Askquestions
aboutyesterday.
i:Tj::iY1f'ru Tjuof*:*l*lj*l*
Frno Trvethrngs you both did: A Did you yes,
eat out yesterday? B t did. A Me too.

Checkthesewords with your teacher. , ,, Listento Jackieand


Markdo the quiz.Tick the correct
a billion the Earth the moon a dir6ctor the president earn answersrnthe quiz.How many
answersdid you get right?
Work in pairs.Do the quiz.

i3 When did the flrst man


walk on the moon?
a 1949
b 1969
c 1989

" 1ftflhat is the capital 6 i{ow mueh does the


of Australia?
President of the USA
a Canberra
earn a yeat?
b Sydney
a 5400,000
c Melbourne
b s700,000
c $1 million

2 Ef,iherewere the zooS


Olympic Games? 7 ffiCIw mamy countries
a London are there in Africa?
b Athens a Fourteen
c Beijing b Thirly-four
c Fifty-four

ffi E]{cxnrs3d.ris the Earth? & tflIhy is the English town of Stratford-
a 10 billionyearsold upon-Avon famous?
b 4Y2billionyearsold a BecauseHarryPotterwentto schooltnere
c lVz billionyearsold b Becausethe world'sflrstfootballmatcnwas
playedthere
c Becausethe writerWilliamShakespeare was
bornthere

4 Tffiho was the director


of the films Jaws, E.T.
a,nd Juxassic ParK?
a JamesCameron
b MartinScorsese
c StevenSpielberg
himLPW$Tl"{
B-fiSTHhlEFtG
Sentence stress(3) l-fELP WITH PRONUNGIAilON /l/ and /r/
g& Lookat the pictures.Listento thesounds
# a ffi*e of the
Readandlistento thebeginning
conversation.Noticethe sentencestress.We stress
ffion
andwords.Listenagainand practise.
the importantwords.
JAcKIEMA-rk,do you *5nt;to d6 a qu1z?
rraa.nrY6s,I iSrredding q,rbr.r.'$7h5t'sthe drst
custion?
yo."tr oft. wttSt is the clpital of Austrllia? Is it
C5nberra,Sfdneyor Mlbourne?
b Lookat AudioScriptffiffi*s p1'13.
Listento the
whole conversationand followthe sentencestress.
How many questionsdid Mark get right? leave arrive

htffiLP WITF{ VOfieffiULARY Q$estion words ffi ffiuu Listento thesewords.Noticehowwe sayth
pink andblueconsonants.Listenagainandpractise
d#the
Look at the questionwords in pink in the quiz. Match
,/t/:
words to the thingsthey ask about. Ir/ ,
Who --- a thing r leave plane flying arrive train read
What \- s person I like England place write price Russia
When a reasonbecause...\ : dollars holiday wallet around very married
an amountof money(f50, etc.) I travelling classroom travellingclassroom
Where
Why a place
How old a time ffi a Sometimeswe don't say the letterr in British
English.Look at thesewords.Whichrs do we
How many age
say (/)? Which don't we say (X)?
How much a number
i;iil t''''''fir.ii oocto. green morning
@ Wplso radio sport park right theatre
fruit start tomorrow great terrible
ffi a Choosethe correctwords.
1 WlgD / Who didyou lastgo to the cinema? * ffi$pst Listenandcheck.Listenagainand
z What/Where did you do lastFridaY? practise.
3 How old / How manyis yourmobilephone?
q Howmany/ How muchpeoplelivein yourhouseor flat?
s When/ WhowasyourfirstEnglishteacher?
a Why/ Whatdo youwantto learnEnglish?
z Who/ Wherewereyourparentsborn? Grammarand RealWorld
ffi Vocabulary,
a When/ Who didyou lastgo to a concert? * p105
Frs**i** * *rudffr*gn*x* $:r*r****$*
m {*xts";t
9 Howmany/ How muchbrothersand sistersdo you have? w Language Summary 9 p130
10 How many/ How much do you spendon travel? m 9A-D Workbooko43
b Work in pairs.Taketurns to ask the questions w Self-study DVD-ROM9 with ReviewVideo
in Sa. Ask more questionsif possible.
-:. -.*.1

iWh.tt did you last go to the cinema? i

weeks ago.
: About three

ffi a Writefourquestionswithyou Io ask another


student.Usethe questionwordsin 4,.
Readingand Writing
fo Workin newpairs.Taketurnsto askyour
if possible. w Portfolio 9 On holiday Workbookp68
questions.Ask morequestions
Reading a travelblog; a holidayin France
* Telltheclasstwo thingsaboutyourpartner. Writing because,so,when;your last holiday
'::ureplans;
Life changes Vocabulary
:: gcing
Grammar
futuretimephrases
fo:positive
andnegative
-..---1
"' t

ffiAJ$GK
ffiffiWF#btr
{Juept$*s"r
ws*rq**Work in
pairs.Writethreequestionswith you. Use A world language
questionwords (What,etc.).Workwith
Lookat rhe c-:::s. a:ac ard listento lsabella,
anotherpairand ask yourquesfions.Ask
Kamil,Ali and Colette,\','-:-: ::=s eaci personstudyEnglish?
morequestionsif possible:AWhat did you
do lastnight? B I went out with friends. Readthe texts aga - F - .-: gacs wtth Isabeila, Kamil,
AWhere did you go? Ali and Colette.
1 lsabella s l: -l .: l:. -'

I - - - - -
= ' J

Futureplans i . ' ^ . - . . . ^
- - : -: :reUK.
A
,l-:\,,,
';t)i.';
.:.,Work in pairs.Fillin the gaps with these
5
verbs.Then check in ffi nll*,H. 6
7
star+ lookfor get do leave move

start . schoolor university


^ -.:*:'. :::-lsh ac rhe Universicy of
a newjob
-i:.--I-:.---,.\Il bovfriend, Gusravo,
- . . . s - - : - i : ; : e n t h e r e .H e s t u d i e s
- - - : - " ' - i h . ' . - ^ ; - - r ^ k o .

'i-::e
school nr rrnirrarcifrr :----:--: Soingro get married
r r vnur rr r i n h
J tvu 1."'.: '.: r:. 3lr $'e aren't going to live
'1:.;-:..:r:r::,:l: - - - : : - - . - . . .\ \ e r c g o i n g r o m o v e r o
rr::L,rl,ttttt'ti.rtrJi::,:ji l:r.,,::,til.lrlr,r ,L:r4i:rr: ,!lrtilr r-rrir nl
i:,- '".,:..::: rr' f-amily 1ives.
>,
a (computer)
course
an exam

I d o F - n g l i s ah r . ; . . . ' . ' . *11


house f a v o u r i r e s r i l . . : c ; :. : : .
to anothercityor country i r a t u n i v e r s i r r .i ' - - . .
s c h o oiln J u n e .: u : ,
Staft UnlVerSlL\ l.lt: . r :
^ ^ ; - - . ^t .Ut ^U O d^ - !-\ \- :-l l-- -- *^: .. . - "
BLJ|llB
enqaqed i n K r a k o r ra n J r l e - . : : :
married a ' 1 |
r o r a J o Dl n r n e L i \ .

a houseor aflal I

a (new)job
I m a: a: ::rEiish language school
:, iir,|,ijft,,." in Ca:::::r:ge. \\'e have classesfor
l##ffiffi Listenandpractise
the phrasesin 'j:r. fir'e r.-l-:s :'. e:r'da1r!Next month
m v s t s . e: i s q . . 1 n t r o v i s i t m e a n d
.;' Work in new pairs.Testyour partner.
\\-ei _iu-:1i :c travel around che 1

U K . S : : c . : : . : S o r n gr o s r a y h e r e F o r
a course do a course
verr-1c:i. ..nlv ru'o weeks.Then I'm
' ^ ; - r 'L L J . i . r d- -r r"g '\ 1' : r b i n C a i r o .
5u1rr\ ,(
4
&4&E-PWSTHGRAESMAR ffi m Fillin thegapswiththecorrectformof
;
be gaingfo: positiveand negative be going fo and the verbs in brackets.

aq*
e Look againat the sentencesin *b. Then choosethe
correct phrasein this rule.
1
!9 ;ylsitLondonand Bath.(visit)
a We're go-111g
o She--,- in the UKfor two weeks.(stay)
w We usebe going to + verb to talkaboutthe past/
2
thepresent/ futurePlans. -*
a They-,-..- a flattogether.(lookfor)
fu Look at these sentences.Notice the word order. b We ....,.a housenearthe beach'(buy)
3
a l-.la nextyear.(leave)
-. university
b We a bigwedding,(nothave)
4
a my examsin June.(do)
b a job in London.(notlookfor)
h Work in pairs.Compareanswers.Then match
the sentencesto the peoplein the photos'

Futuretime phrases
* Writethesesentencesin the correcttables.
1 He'sgoingto leavehisjob. ffi * Putthesefuturetime phrasesin order.
z Sheisn't goingto stay herefor verylong.
3 We'regoingto travel aroundthe UK.
+ Theyaren't goingto live in 56o Paulo.

ffiptsg b Writethreesentencesabout thingsthat your


familyand friendsare goingto do in the future.
# ffi*+ @slffiEiigll Listenandpractise
the Use words and phrasesfrom ?a and your own
sentences in *. ideas.
d6a compfitercdurse- My friend Jin is going to starta new iob next week'
t'mgdingto /te/ d3a compfitercdurse' * Work in pairs.Taketurns to tell your partner
Kamil,Ali and vour sentences.
ffi * Lookagainat thetextsaboutIsabella,
all
Colette.Underline the with
sentences be goingto'
b Work in pairs.Compareanswers.Which sentences Get ready ... Get it right!
are negative?
ffi Writeonethingyou'regoingto do: afterclass,
i tomorrowevening,nextSunday,nextweek,
,..:=..--, nextmonth,nextYear.
meet somefriendsafter class
My husband, Oliver, is watch a football match tomorrow evening
Australian, so we sometimes
speak English together at #eaAreWork in groups.Talkabout your plans.
any the same?
home. I also study English
online for four hours a
iI'm goingto meetsomeI
week and I'm going to do an i friendsafter class. i
; l

exam next month. our two


daughters live with us now,
h Tellthe class about your group'splans.
but chey're going to move
to Paris in September. And
next year Oliver's going to
leavehis job and we're going
to move to Sydney!
':i:a::::::l:,,1:i:lii::Urlii:il
phrases
Vocabulary wilhhave,
go,
watch, g0 to
A new start Grammarbegoingto:questions
andshortanswers
i:i,:ili:1li:llil:liXi:X:il{liiilllfaliia*.1r:ililliiiallii!iill:ki, i::ii::liil::i:illlli:illrililiiilillliliiiiir.':lttrtriiili
ll:ill:::::ai

QU$CKffiffiVgtrbti
Frslalrep{ans Writeone
phrasefor theseverbs: start, leave,do, move,
ft:E ;,r Writetwo true sentencesand two falsesentencesabout
get,lookfor (starta newjob,etc.J.Workin your futureplans.Use be going to and phrasesfrom .i.
pairs.Comparephrases.Thensaywhenyou I'm going to havea party on Saturday.
are goingto do someof the thingson yout
lists:/m going to starta newjob nextmonth. i+ Work in pairs.Say your sentences.Guessif your partner's
sentencesare true or false.

, I'm going to havea pafty on Saturday. I think that's false.


Phraseswith have,watch,go, go to No, it's true! It's my birthdayt
itr#x;:, Work in pairs. Matchthesewords or'
phrasesto the correctverbs.Then check in
ffi}ffi#ffi r:+?. Futureplans
t* ,,, ffit-:i!\i:: Look at the photo and listento the conversation.
dinnee-wit$friends the cinema What are Rosie,Andy and Jason goingto do on Friday?
shopping TV swimming the news
l; Listenagain.Answerthesequestions.
coffeewithfriends sporton TV
the gym running a party(x2) t Whenis Rosiegoingto moveto SouthAfrica?
z Whatis herhusbandgoingto do there?
3 ls Rosiegoingto lookfor a job?
i d!111t91with
friends + Whereareherbrothersgoingto live?
5 AreRosieand herhusbandgoingto havea parly?
have
0 Whatis Andygoingto do thisevening?

ffiffifl_phqFsHffi
#ffiA*#ffi#&ffi
be Eomgrfo: questionsand short answers
iir,.# r.; Lookat thesequestions. Noticethewordorder.
watch r4lH-QUESTTONS
(?)

When: is : Rosie goingto move to SouthAfrica?


l
vvnai ts : herhusbandr goingto
..-......-'- ....-:-'-........-l there?

go
Writethesequestionsin the table.
i.:

1 Whereare herbrothers
goingto live?
2 Whatis Andygoingto do thisevening?

Fillin the gaps with am, is,are, isn't andaren,t.


YES/ NO QUESTTONS
(?) S H O R TA N S W E R S

oru uo,gllnsto allm? Yes.I


::e N o .l ' mn o t .
Wa^ ^H^ i^
YD, ) IU JJ,
she goingto look for a job?
No,she
;-: ffi+r ffiffi Listenandpractise
the phrasesin t:-... yousoinstoseilyourftat?
I?l#."u,."n,,.
': Work with your partner.Write one more
Yes',tlreyare'
word or phrasefor the verbs in '.i',r. they goingto havea pany?
t\o. tne,
havebreakfast go to a concert
ffip"*ss
1*
Get ready... Get it right!
ffi \Nriteyes/ no questions
withyou for
, theseplans.Usebe goingto andverbs
trom2*.
* shoppingon Saturday?

ffi
Are you going to go
shopping on Saturday?
* TV tonight?
$ the cinemathis week?
coffeewith friendsafter
class?
c ! s w i m m i n go r r u n n i n g
next weekend? rl

i! the gym next week?


*i a party next weekend?
{: dinnerwith friendson
Saturdayevening? &
,Tffi1,r,

'+;++i:.:Ask otherstudentsyour questions.


.;+ :; Makequestionswith thesewords.
Findone personwho is goingto do each
t are/ What/ nextweekend/ goingIo / you/ do ? thing.Thenask one morequestion.
Whatare you going to do next weekend?
z afIerclass/ are/ goingto / you/ WhaI/ do ? Are you goingto go shoppingon Saturday?
s goingto / you/ When/ yourhomework / do / are?
Yes,I am. ,
4 get up / are/ goingto / you/ tomorrow/ Whattime?
5 you/ tomorrowevening / are/ \Nhere/ dinner/ have/ goingto ?
,What areyou goingto buy? ,
o goingto / you/ nextyear/ go / are/ on holiday / Where?
t *,ffiFfr::' ffiffi Listenand check. Listenagain A new dress.
''.:._
and practise.
WhAtare you going to /ta/ d6 ndxt weekdnd? i"-:Telltheclassaboutone student'splans.
,,::Work in pairs.Ask and answerthe questionsin ?1;,:. Hlroml s gorng to buy a
Make noteson your partner'sanswers. new dress on Saturday.

'i Work in new pairs.Talkabout your partnerin ?i+-:.

I.
Vocabulary (3);feetings
adjectives
RealWorldsaying
goodbye and
goodluck

ffi {k*_ See you soon!


'#f#b
ffi * Lookatphotos
A-c. wherearethepeopte?

M r,m"i?ffi,iJ"""'ffi"THi;,:
goingto see each otheragain?
How do you feel?
ffi e Workin pairs.Howmuchcanyouremember?
ffi * Workin pairs.Matchtheseadjectivesto Choosethe correctwords in conversations
A-C.
pictures'1-8.Thencheckin p"**X.
W A
'fiiii
serrv Righr, it's time to go. Ther's^, 1 I brs.
exciteo.'31 tiredl t trAppy, , sad: l cnnts OK. Seeyou soon.Har-ea sood:ioi6y / holiday.
Ooredi-l scared,,,. hfrngry 6ngry, sany Thanks a lot.
cnRIs Textmewhenyou arrir-t,.r.'\Itnchester / London.
?*9** We can sayI'm excited,etc. or tfeet excited,etc. sAtly Yes,of course.Seer-ouin -i:i o , threehours.Bye!
* ffi'** ffiffiE Listenandpractise. B
* Work in new pairs.Testyour partner. DANNY It's ten past Sten/ ele: .,:. Trme to go.
KAREN Yes, you're right. I don': ..r--:nrro be late.
i'-..-
D A N N Y O K . S e ey o u 6 t o n t o , . , , : ; : J : t se y e n r n p .
llttgls hapntl' ,Them1nin picture1.
K A R E NH a v e a g o o d T d a y , /r 0 ! r , : : . , .
DANNv You too. And good luci ..r'irhvour
ffi * Completethese sentenceswith atways,usualty,
sdriuing test/ job inlert,ieu.
sometimesor neverto makethem true for Vou.
KAREN Thanks a lot. Seer-ou.
1 l'm ,.... ...,. , happy on my birthday.
2 l'm , c
bored at the weekend
DoRorA Are you going to srudr nr:e nertgyear I course?
e t'm .,. . angrywithmy friends.
KHALID Yes, I am.
4 t'm tiredon Fridayevenings.
DoRorA Me too. Seeyou jn : _\;11;r1ber / December.
5 l'm hungryat 4 a.m.
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Reading greetingscards;a thank-youemail
Writing messageson greetingscards;word order:review;
a thank-youemail
Choose the correct Say eight:
word.
1 words for food
Talkabout placesin
START 1 Thereare some / any
nicecaf6s.
2 I loveshop / shopping
your town or city.
and drink
2 thingspeopledo
on holiday
for clothes.
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'm,
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's or 're. Say the opposites.
Say eight: Say the Past Simple.
1| adoctorand t hot, cheap,ugly,
1 countries 1 buy,travel,get, meet
she a teacher, friendly
2 naiionalities 2 tell,come,visit,leave
2 He Frenchand 2 long,boring,full,easy
they ltalian.

Which verb: do, get or


Say the (+) and (-) short Correct this question.
have?
Say eight: answers,
1 aparty,acourse, 1 Whereyou did go lasl
1 jobs 1 Are they from the UK?
marrled Saturday?
2 placesin a town or city 2 Does she work at 2 What do your sisterdo?
2 engaged,an exam,
home?
coffeewith ftiends
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Fill in the gaps with the
Say the plurals. correct words.
Make this sentence
1 man,chair,sandwich, negative. Talkabout what you 1 lt's ihe left, next
person the bank.
1 She likeswatchingTV. did last week.
2 woman,watch,parent, 2 Go this road and
2 We went out last night
child
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Choose the correct words.
Correct this sentence. Make a question.
Say six: 1 That'sme / my mum.
1 | goingto the cinema 1 there/ flat / shops/ She/ Her has two cats,
1 internetwords/phrases
on Sunday. your/any/near/Are?
2 thingspeopledo in 2 He / Him loves soap
2 He don't likeclassical 2 are / Iomorrow / do / operas,but I hate
theirfreetrme
music. goingto / What/ you ?
thev/them.
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. or play?
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Talkabout 1 the cinema,running, ,,,.:'
he wasn't/ weren't. you do in your t,,"
your family. football
2Tom was/ werehappy, free time.
2 tennis,concerts,on
but they wasn't/ weren't

o holiday
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Make a question. Say the (+) and (-) short
1 evenings/Ihe / he / Say these times. answers.
does/ What/ do / in ? 1 7.30,3.55,8,00,2.15 1 ls therea class
2 6 . 4 5 ,1 1, 2 0 , 4 . 3 51, 2 , 3 0 tomorrow?
2 you / Sunday/ on /
What/ did / do ? 2 Did he get up early?

Which preposition:
Correct this sentence.
in, on or at?
1 I didn'twentout,
Talkabout,your
last holiday.
I stayedat home.
2Karen alwaysget up
1 the weekend,night,
the evening
2 Friday,midday,
FINISH
earlyin the week.
o tne mornlng