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Alan
lane...
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photo using words from the box. 

nouns audience band stage singe...
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  1. 1. ‘-7 Elementary Student’s Book ’ N‘, with MultiROM Tim Falla, Paul A Davies OXFORD
  2. 2. Solutions Elementary Student’s Book OXFORD Tim Falla, Paul A Davies UNIVERSITY muzss
  3. 3. i'l H EXAM pl’ EXAM Mt QAM M6 M [>90 U‘. ‘. H._: >. alphabet, numhevs O Inlvoducing my-sol‘ Poss: -sswa: ameclwes Demonslvalwe pronouns 9- %; VOCABULARV MID USYEIIKG p8 F. lfl'l“. ‘.! l1(lll’H'l'dS F3TV1ll'{(Od/ Tr. bmlhcr. ot(. l Poss: -awe ‘s; plum? noun forms Pronunciation: vowel sounds ‘I Durscvmnng lam ty and lnends iEE. ‘.'E. T.D Pvonuncuationz lh: rd persor -5 Lesson n o spuldng Simanonal mleplay - Ustenlng Comgfering Holes Lesson 2 - Reading Marcnmg he-admgs to polcgmohs - Spealdng Séruatnonal role-ploy plB ln. -e-lime activities Spoils and bobble-5 lalnlems. baslxerbalv, books. (news, etc’, 9 Talking aboul hobbies l l»kc. 'do'v'l . I-. c- Vt-rb and noun collocaluons (p. ‘.: .‘ . 'oor! mJ~, do no rvc/ mg. elc. l 9 Ulfilllfil IIVIIVI Umts "1 :26 0 SKILL! IOIJID-UP Units "3 L1,‘. ll . ‘ , -,‘. ,(. _ wh-quesluo-1s C | n!c"'m-w of . 3r‘ L school sublens lb«o': g,, Erqlrsh, m:7.*"'~. 9 Talkl-'1g. 'iD0ul5l. 'D]L‘{l5| ‘-4- n‘: l ‘n- Thlngslnzh-~(| .1ssroomlomboavd, she: -.-es. etc l Preposnlions 0! place Lberwrzn, 1.‘: mm. ’ :3’. cm. o-iv. l '. C.‘ lesson ' 0 Llslenlng M: /rrfpfc' ch‘/ .n(c' S! u‘. ':'NH'Dl’5 0 Spuldng Smlarioncl role-play lvsson - 0 Reading Mulrnalevcmlce sIn‘emenl’s - Spuldng Slruurrcmal role-play (| o1lIes(Doo! s.lop. irons, vlc. l Soc-llmx ales 9 Va‘h. nl people ml. »-' lo school and n lheiv lvee Irv. - Mleclwes lbeaunful. big. Cheap. an-IA. '90. cu - LAIIGIIAGI Itvllw Units H pg» I SKILL! aouuo-up Units 14 ; »-- 7 pu V‘ V Geognapnica’ fealuves loesen, Ml. etc}. (OVll"I: ."15 man Aoietlives Ior measun. -murls (dn'; >. hcqfu Mag. (-1: 1 PI0lUFI(|3!lf)n' weak. -. -om: -. » 9 A I-‘£110 qu-3 Lesson ‘ I listening Ma. ‘ching sforrmrnb ro spc-chars 0 Speaking PAL‘. 'n! (‘ DL«‘Sf‘d discuss 9* Lesson * 0 Reading Missing ph/ uses 0 Speaking Slruurlcnx-: l role-play ‘,5. _ . , V. ” : Pisces «'1 town (bank. church, park. etc < 9 Descnbmg whc-re pl. )-: rs an- o IAIGIIAGI uvuw Unns H mm; - smm noun-or Units H paw , ._, .. W, ‘,0 Counlvits: n. J:non. |: lics l/ ‘lu$. 'm'. ‘_ Fleur" elc. “ make-. do, have and lake ‘9 Describing famous ocoolr Tnmc‘ cu-Dlr‘-‘ — doyfi ago, 9': lesson Y - Listening M. -uchmg s. 'u. 'rnve.1(3 to spc-ohm - Speaking Pvcrwe : L(‘S50n I o Rudlng True. false, nocgrven 0 Spealdng Szrucrional Iv‘: -p p73 2! lmeklasl Food and drink (apples. bacon, /: :m, (0579:. etc‘! Counublr and uncoumable nouns Parlilives [a bowl of cereal. a home of MJICV. etc. ) “ Ordering food I uucuuzl uvttwunus r—- pars - stun: noun-up Umts H ‘ 9H8 Tran-lpovl Tmnspon (bicycle. bus. car. etc. ) , .s. ' vreposmons (by blkt. on foot. elc. ) 0 How do you gel lo school? Phrasal verbs (germ, get of]. slow down, etc. ) Lesson 9 - Ustenlng True/ False statements 0 Speaking 3 m : : wuwon Lesson W -Rudlng Missmg sentences - Spellclng 5.7.. ‘ 9 ~: » ; ;. p9R [L-L--. Jml work Jobs (actor, bul! der_ nurse. etc‘) 9 Job descriplions Suflues (~er, «or, -an Oulsuml llvIlwUn3ts"" mu«3osmusuouuu. upLr -5:-‘ '. H Vocab-. ll.1ry: Aoleclwes ‘.1 ‘. ». « » . H 9 Describing people 5?P. !dIflg: Quc‘1_‘r1El‘/ .!bv‘lPl‘ FEEEID ‘L4 9 Von Pops: Opmnons on the 5?‘/ ml: 9 Inr 7"orpe Reading: Srru». Ian rCl. l|'3' or 9 Tcnklng about 3‘: : lhe Lake Du" " ' '_? ‘ll . ll‘I1 span’ " Erglarlzl .1fy; OuldL)L3V. " lg, "Til: -"9, -:1 9 DES(llmIur1§O“ Readzngn" ls‘ ‘ '* 1w 9 ilanuom ~ smawg ‘ . — : —.~~l rI. '.. mm - , - F‘---' ' '3-uc 9 C aluadrtuuna T '» L > n~: ul'. ura18r>' ' 9 . So . ; Van-time lobe '; ons on pm‘. ’
  4. 4. F-”EEEE'. E;D % '7 2"’ fuitlli -'«‘1‘. }l: [rf"L'4C[i»: p7 nni. -. days, months Vouauuurv BUILDER pus and ""“M5 9 Listening tl.0t - disk 1. thick 1 I 2.0l = - disk 1. track 1 / ‘ 3.0) - disk 3,tr.1ck1) 9 Asking andtc mg the time tmzm gnzimza ~. _. svmnaveuau mmzra p12 family lire p14 Introducing people . $up«: iinurn' 9 Introductions Oralnatnumbt-rs; Q.xtes 9 5"‘-‘—"'i‘>l". *’. “"‘i‘-l I vocabulary: Everyday A('. rvillr-S irit-on the house. gel 99°F‘? '10 -‘”° 39"‘ up, et(. l do p22 Kungru p2li Giving an opinion . i.‘ irovroltr-n. , »' No pain. no train 9 bipressirir; Ixltes and dislikes Imperatives vocabulary: Parts or me body terms, hack. etc. I Pronunciation: opinions (I con‘! stand 1!. S! sr"§ qr: -or. t-ic. ) Vocabulary: Clubs (art club. tmsl<erbor. ' club, 9 Song: Kung Fu Fighting Object pronouns °°°"“""°v 9“) D32 Nligh livers p34 Giving directions it ‘ - 2 . ' i Prontiriti. i:iori- huve. has School olilie air '0 following dll(‘(llOl'lS Capital letters "7 Vocabulary: Parts oi the school (cantor-n. gym, stairs. Pronunciation: directions i, -tc. l plnl It's party time! plu Making arrangernt-nts i i O Descriuing not try l/ ocabularv: OOl| '|lDl'lS it think, perhaps. etc); musical Present continuous lor lu1urr- arrangements can lot requests instruments (guitar, cello. drums. on . ) Luv, 10, wgxeshons """V 5'1-’”""’ Voc. abtrl. irv: Adivitiizs Ipiay (oorball. go to rhr disco, L‘l(. ll preposition! » 0! lim» (at 5 o'clock. I" "79 ¢W'"”9- 910 9 Arranging to meet p52 Dangerous' 3354: Making: phone call , . . ‘ lhe most dangerous . inim. ils in the wrrtd would like Vocabulary: Prepositions oi place (bya 9 A lluil vocabulary: Wrlelile ibeor. eagle. elephant. eIc. J 9 Asking lor lnrorriiatlori lake, or rm‘ 5?‘”"d" ‘" ‘7 "°"'l' ""33 h°”d'" ‘ . ’|((0fllI'It0ddlI0l'l tcorraqe. borer, tic. ) p62 Out on the town p66 On the phone . A bump In the night Oliers with wilt‘ 9 ‘hiring .1 message on the phone Vocabulary: SL‘l]U('fl(I'l_fi_ words i]irsr_ then. ant‘! than Pronunciation: phone numbers 3"onunci.1llon: Edi-l pit) _ , _”_nph_ Wm, “ 0 Leaving rnessaitts ' me PJ. Dlr‘§‘slI]'l's 'l'~‘r0 days ago. last w(‘L". . v: tc. l 972 lnvt-rilions p7A Talking about yourvreeltend Ywo gr--at inventors C3 (omit-rsation about a bad day Vocabulary: Events in life the horn, net ci iob. gel VO(Al)| Il. ‘ifV: Reacting with sympathy (oh dear. poor you. married, etc. ) etc) p82 Kruillhy rating pm in 1 (alé Proriuncuiiion: .. (. ivi I‘-lllfifl b-- J sport? 9 Ordering lood 'KXDlI‘S§‘Ofl*. which an and 9 Song: lunlr. food | unklr‘ Pronunciation: Saying prices doii'ti.1ke .11 article 992 Alone on the water p9l) Buying a train ticket ‘lt'$ given me my life again’ Pronunciation: 2I. ~hour clock alrt-adv and yer , V0(. ll>uLI'YZ lflvtilher (cloudy. not. Iamy. <‘l< Cl (3 Train station announcements 9 Tallriris: about — ngird. ,i,5 pl02 Ayeorabruad plot. Giving advice Goo years SPiou'd, ’shoola‘n‘t V0(. lDu'. .i : Places at work ijtrunx, .'. -cmry. 0 Giving advice o, ’fit'e. etc. 9 Song: (.1rVr'ash
  5. 5. 1 3 2/53. 4 Saying hello A J Look at the photo. How old do you think the boy is? How old is the girl? 6; «''*‘‘i a .2; , .. . i+—r'2~r. «§. «s "-"§”“-§. ,,~_ > -. . . - -4 -». : l_! ‘.. ‘. T] Read and listen to the dialogue. Check your ideas. Malgosia Hi, I'm Francesca. What's your name? Ben Ben. Nice to meet you. Malgosia Nice to meet you too. Ben How do you spell your name? Malgosia F—R—AAN~C~E —S~—C~A. How old are you, Ben? Ben I'm to. What about you? Malgosia I'm 17. 9 1.02 Listen and repeat the alphabet. :'. l)~'I. lel: _ltiiklrnnupqrwtux '_z 14 Q 1.03 Listen. Write the names ofthe famous people. 5 V I Work in pairs. Choose a famous person. but don't tell your partner. Spell the name out loud. How quickly can your partner guess the name? B-R»A~D P» I know! It's Brad Pitt. 6 C 1.014 Listen and repeat the numbers. 7 Say the numbers 1 to 20 round the class. Then say them in reverse from 20 to 1. one — two v twenty — nineteen 7 ~ Li H l CLUDEE, Vocabulary - alprmbet - IIu'nb("S - descr tn-xi; pi'~oa= i,- -ii» : ~.; , d. :iy: ., montt~s.1nd seasons Grammar - be 0 pos-st. -ssm: adicctr. --=5 - (, '¢. "1li'. )V1Slf. ‘,l‘v| ,' (yon o. ..ns - have gar Speaking 0 xntroduzinq yoursell Writing 0 a d€‘_~['lDliIJI‘I ot a llltfld or fn'm. y rnc-irtzi: -r 8 0 1.05 Listen to the conversations. Write the names and the ages of the people. Conversation 1 ‘ ‘ «J. N] ‘/ ‘I I L; I. .. , .II , ,_’-‘t , _.l *I« l_‘ ” ~ -l ‘til K‘ L/ ‘ ' ' : ’ " ‘i It , / ’. -. * -', 5. it ‘ ‘ I “(‘-'. ‘t‘. v" at Name Name , T Age _ Age Conversation 2 K’. )"“‘7‘-'_'_‘-.5. T’ “ j j ‘< ‘ ‘ 3 r r — . ‘ ‘. ’‘‘ ‘ ‘I r; " 2' . " L I / r i / "' . u 5”! ‘ Name , Name i Age Age 9 Write the questions. Match 1-! » with a—d. 1 What's a do you spell your name? 2 How old b your name? 3 How c about you? to what (1 are you? 10 Q 1.06 F13 ~‘, 'K: "“: Z': i:: J Listen and repeat the questions in exercise 9. Copy the intonation. 11 Work in pairs. Prepare a dialogue following the chart below. A 3 Say your name. Ask what B's name is. Sav your name. Say it‘s nice to meet A. Say it's nice to meet 8. Ask how to spell A's name. Spell your name. Ask how old Bis. Say how old you are. Ask how old A is. Say your age. 12 1'- ‘ Act out your dialogue to the class.
  6. 6. GRAMMAR be, possessives and pronouns i I «nut .4.ik Jim’ -'. tL| rV(‘7 J. (L. .’ 1 Read the text. True or false? 1 Ben is Scottish. 2 His sister is 17. 3 Ben and Clare are at the same school. 5 Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in exercise 4. Are you 15 years old? Yes, I am. I No. I'm not. I'm 16 years old. 6 Find three possessive adjectives in the text in exercise 1 and complete the table. Subie(t pronoun Possessive adjective . . . ; . I A) My names Ben My home town IS York in England But i‘m not Engtish — I'm Scottish I m 16 years old This IS a photo oi me and I my sister Her name IS Clare. She's ‘I9 She isn‘t at school. She's you your at university lfl London In the photo we are-n’t at home, were on ' holiday 'n Spam Were at out grandparents‘ house he "'5 Posted 12.45 15th August ‘he ' - we , ’ 2 Complete the table with the affirmative and negative forms you you, of the verb be. they “Mr ammauve inwmuuve 7 Read the Leam this! box. Look at the pictures. | ‘ Am I 7 Write questions using demonstrative pronouns. he/ stie/ n=T Is helshe/ it. ..? -, ,-, ' pronouns you/ we/ they3T Areyou/ we/ they. ..? ,5 : ’hl“"' _ ese negative shortanswers E > those ' ti Yes‘ ‘am’/ N°' rm mt‘ 3 - 't‘, ItIS‘_iI, {r‘; tr£"i'. ’tgtie§>¢7fortiIings that are close to us hel Shel it ’j— Yes. he/5316/3115 ti§ejlIlatand those for things that are further you I we/ they ‘T No. helshelitisn't. Yes. you/ weltheyare. No. youlwe/ they aren't. 3 Complete the sentences with the affirmative or negative form of be. Make them true for you. 1 IT M years old. ii. . t-“+ yr. tr= i ciii‘. /‘Cr: HF’. 14 -fczrs olil My parents T from Prague. We T in school now. My bag T yellow. My friends and I T from England. It T very cold today. I T hungry. Our teacher T very tall. QVOWOWN ‘I write questions. Use the interrogative of be. you/15 years old? Ronaldinhol your favourite footballer? our teacher] in the classroom? we/ from Hungary? luiia Roberts] your favourite actress? you/ thirsty? _ __ V y _ your friends/ at home? 7 ‘ ‘ " ‘Jn f iii. ) ‘ 6 these / pencils -0 Grammar Reference; page 109 introduction ‘ 5 ' lOU'| baJNIb-A
  7. 7. 1 3 Write sentences about Mark. Use have got. affirmative : t.. ... .i. ..t. ." I? ~" : ~-. ... i." ": I’: I.. ..* “-IL. :«‘. i.i. L have got X / , ... . "77", : Work in pairs. Ask and answer about the things in exercise 3. Q 1.07 Read and listen to the dialogue. Choose the " correct answers. 1 Francesca has/ hasn't got a sister. 2 Marco has/ hasn't got blue eyes. 3 Marco and Maria have/ haven't got children. , ;V‘, _ , __. V‘ ’ Have you got a bike? Vi/ es. 1 have. / No. I haven't. 5 Check the meaning of the words below. Then describe the people in the photos. , tall. long ~ . short. , short . '’_, . He s min’ He 5 got fair hair. good-looking. dark ‘ . -t ' straight blue 3 ‘L5. He's got wavy hair. He's got brown eyes. 7‘ curly green Francesca This is a photo of my parents at home. glasses Ben They've got a lovely house. Have you got brothers or He. $ got a beard‘ srsters. 'Francesca? . t 3 moustache. Francesca I haven t got a sister, but I ve got a brother. Hrs name's Marco. This is a photo of him. He's got blue eyes, like me, but he hasn't got fair hair. Ben who’s that with him? Francesca That's his wife, Maria. Ben Have they got children? Francesca No, they haven't. Underline all the examples of have got‘ in the dialogue in exercise 1. Then complete the table. affirmative intenogative I've got Have I got ? he/ she/ it ‘__ got Has he/ she/ it got . ..? you/ we/ they I‘? ' you/ we/ they got got . ..? negative short answers | vi got Yes. I have. /No. I haven't. he/ She/ no V got Yes. he/ she/ it has. No. he/ she/ rt hasn't. you/ we/ they haven't got Y h h g , , , _, °5~V°”/ we/ ‘ 9V ave‘ U . . V . I Work in pairs. Ask and answer about people in No. vou/ we/ they ” the class. Has Blanka got fair hair? No, she hasn't. or negative. ‘ . ‘.l. 'r'}. 7 ' brit r/ t ' -. '.‘cl'. it . ‘ -. ' 'v. :'. «r: -v X . -. .. I : a.' / ’ I «it Ill , - . _ . Write a short description of a friend or member of your family.
  8. 8. 1 ‘hf r, . (53? Time, 0 1.08 Listen and repeat the times. one o'clock quarter past one quarter l0 {W0 ten D35! one 2 Q 1.09 Listen and draw the times. in the box. very time excuse to welcome Sarah me. What ’ Man It's five 5 eleven. Sarah Thanks “- much. Man You're " I 1 - - half past one twenty~five to two 3 9 1.10 Listen and complete the dialogue with the words . is it. please? Ask and answer about these times. Follow the dialogue in exercise 3. days, months and seasons / 5 Write the days of the week and the months of the year in the 10 I-I correct order. fl__‘. t August DeCem't€l' Februorli I1“ O Q ». . . . _ November 1‘ l . 53% Ianua1": ' V 0(7|‘0|W-‘h o g 73 2.“ 4:‘ : .. m . F‘ c Q 1.11 Listen. check and repeat. Match the pictures with the words in the box. Theseasons autumn spring summer winter I , ~_, _w: u‘3’. ' l;2=: =T-55 -W ’’~: :~§* , “J 1 ‘ 2 3 14 Q 1.12 Listen. check and repeat. Which season are the months in? ‘ Ask and answer the questions. What day is it today? What day is it tomorrow? What's your favourite day? What's the worst day of the week? What days are the weekend? In which month is your birthday? In which season is Christmas? in which month is Valentine's Day? In which month is New Year's Day? What's your favourite season? o~ooo~aa~urs>~w~»-In
  9. 9. . rat iii (: Li. ’.: ‘ 1 I r ‘ . Vocabulary 0 family - possessive ‘s 0 plut.1?n0uti50f'1S 0 cw-rvddv H<l? viT‘«’< - sports and hobbies’ dates Grammar 0 present smprr? Jmlf7iliIy‘v_‘ and no: -.tr_ative Spealtlnge taiking about family and lwvtds - iYf'DdUC>Tig "lerrjs 0 tn! ‘-t in», About --vciryday activities Writing - an informal letter r* ; rm? (1 =9 1-] I} 1 III“ I“ I. » V Family and friends/ 3 1 Put the words in the box into the two groups below, A and B. 7 Q 1.16 Listen and complete Laura's network of people she Which word goes in both groups? meets regularly. Use the names in the box. 3117?‘ WC? COUSin daUght€i' f3‘h€f Bakef lake Hannah Lucy Pete Sam granddaughter grandfather grandmother grandson husband mother nephew niece sister son uncle wife A i _ , ‘g . - " __favounte‘ i - teachers A t. —- B t g _’ I / volleyball team I . ~' ifree time} 2 G 1.1 3 Listen. repeat and check your answers. 3 Q 1.14 Listen to the pronunciation of the underlined vowels. mother s“rtt_u)a" cousin “k. m‘ which other words in exercise 1 have the sound v ? ll 9 1.15 Listen and check your answers to exercise 3. 5 Read the Leam this! box. Then complete the puzzles. ‘ Possessive 's g 1 We add '5 after a name or a noun to show possession 2 or a family relationship. E my dad's computer my uncle's wife -‘ 2 N197 3 Dlufal "DU" ending in '5. W9 W51 add '- 8 Draw a network of the people you meet regularly. my parents’ car my cousins’ grandfather 9 E; ";’, ‘_: "_[f_I5] Work in pairs. Give your partner the names of six 1 MY ""°"‘°"5 b'°"‘°' 35 "W T people from your network. Ask and answer about the people 2 My father is my cousins’ . on you, [355 3 My uncle's daughter is my . 4 My aunt is my cousin's . , + . ‘~ ~ 5 My nephews’ sister is my ___j. .. ‘ 6 My uncle is my mother's or father's 5 [. jj~'i_ tiff? ‘ Work in pairs. Write more puzzles for each other. He's my cousin. He's 18 years old. Who is my dad's sister? _ _ . . She's my friend. She's in my volleyball team. I' "’l'Iil. '~l‘IiIl'l3H"‘? l|iT(I‘i¥l ‘l-Mi "i -. ':i: t— 1'11 . . - '-"-. ‘v. i.rtrui. ~‘: iui r. —‘ l-+4: 1» -~47
  10. 10. :1}! [CI ‘.7 t‘ it-nu-n. zb ‘ » : ,;: ie; . giinplsz aiilimatlvfe Look at the picture. Do you know the names of the people in 5 Q 1.17 l' ; _:A_: A_; “’A‘(1_, Listen and repeat. 8art$impson‘sfamily? 1 nkes works 2 I plays goes lives 3 ‘ll. watches finishes Read the text and check your answers to exercise 1. Which members of the family does the text mention? 6 Q 1.18 Listen and write the words in the correct group. does dances drives hates listens looks loves speaks stays teaches tells washes Bart Si. -npsoii is the star of The Simpson), a popular American TV proqraniine, Eleven million Aiiiericans watch it every week. the Simpsons live in Springfield and Bart goes to Springfield Elementary School. He's very lazy and he isn't popular with the teachers, but l'llX rlassniates like him. Bart has got two sisters, 7 Complete the "'51- U59 "'9 P7959” 5lmPle 3m'ma‘iV9- Lisa and Maggie. Lisa is very intelligent and she studies hard. . I - v‘ __ ' k 1 Maggie is a baby. Earls parents are Homer and Marge. Homer ,7!-’I L 3 i I C1 works at a power station from Monday to Friday and watches My best friend is called Hannah. She‘ (live) next , door to me. We ’ (go) to the same school but , we are in different classes. Look at the table and find the missing verb form in line 8 of , »- I ‘ (walk) to wheel. but Hannah L r the text. What letter does it end with? ‘ l8°l by b”“‘- b°°5*"~‘-9 Sh” 31‘-“Y5 ‘- (get up) late. After school we " _ TV at weekends. Marge stays at home with Maggie. i-i~ 2'» /3 (finish) our homework first. then we ' k l‘ ‘ (listen) to our favourite music. I ‘ '‘”°’‘‘ “'9 “‘°' ' ii (like) ma, but you work you work , Hannah he/ she/ it they work i‘ Q i (hate) it. She ‘i lg. we use the present simple to talk about i M. ’ (think, “.5 1 something that happens always or regularly. R‘ bonng‘ she 2 a fact that is always true. . ' " (love) ‘- 1 rock music, Complete the sentences with the present simple affirmatlve of the verbs in the box. Then write which member of the Simpson family says it 8 write three true sentences and three false sentences about you or your family. Use the verbs in the box. go like live stay study work _ _ go get up like live play watch work speak 'l at a power station. ’ ‘My brother and l to Springfield Elementary School. ’ “V “me Sisle" hard at 5‘h°°"' 9 E"‘? ""5llE Say your sentences to your partner. Your partner ‘My wife at home with our baby. ’ " " ‘“ says if they are true or false. v ‘My classmates - me. __ _, ‘I in Springfield with my husband and children. ‘ My dad speaks French. ‘ W I think that's true/7‘ *7" I think that's false. UV'Ib. AJIu>-
  11. 11. Work in pairs. Can you match the names with the people in the photos? Ask and answer questions about the family members. Camilla Charles Diana Elizabeth Hany Philip William who's Elizabeth? She's Charles‘ mother. / She's Philip's wife. A The British Royal liimily is rmzr 1.000 years old. Queen Elizabeth is the fifi_v-fourth —sincc King : lt'rc-d in the ninth - B The Queen liws in Buckingharn Pnlnre in London. She also spends time in two other castles in Englaml She stays in Balmoral - in Scotland in the surruncr. C Her husband is Prince Philip. They have gut four children and seven grarulchildrux The Queen's eldest son is-Charles. He hasgot two sonsfi'omhisman-iagetoPrincesDiarm _‘ U961 1997). Charles is now married to 9 Camilla. Duchess o{Cornv. -all. D TheQueenwor| :sveryhan: l.Slu: visitsalotofdifiemntcourruiesand shewelcorrieshundredsofvisitorsto Buckingfmn-eeryycar. Sheis hear: lof620charitiea. Shen1so Read the text. Match the headings with the paragraphs (A—E). There is one heading that you don't need. The Queen's family Introduction [1 The Queen's free time [fl The Queen's home _ The Queen's job The Queens travels # Are the sentences true or false? Correct the false sentences. The British Royal Family is over 100 years old. The Queen goes to Scotland in the summer. Prince Philip is the Queen's eldest son. Camilla is Charles‘ sister. The Queen and the Prime Minister meet every evening. The Queen sometimes goes to the horse races in July and August. 0U'| bUJt~JI-‘ Match the highlighted words in the text with the definitions below. 1 now ? w._ 2 the son ofa king and queen T, 3 a building where kings and queens live (find two words) at one hundred years 5 king or queen 6 talk about 9 1.19 Listen to some people talking about the Royal Family. Match two opinions with each speaker. They‘re a bit boring. They're very expensive. I like reading about them. They work hard. They aren't modem. They have interesting lives. I-. 'Lr. ':7.. ‘.", iK= i What can you remember about the British Queen and her family? Close your books. then take tums in class to say one true sentence each. Her husband's name is Philip. She loves dogs.
  12. 12. 1 Read the text about two brothers. Label the photos with the CO rrect names. Josh and Ben are brothers. Both boys are athletic. but they don't like the same things. Ben loves football. He plays for two teams - his school team and his city team — and he trains every weekend. Josh trains a lot too, but he doesn't play iootball. He loves dancing. He does ballet and modem dates at a dance academy in the city. ‘i want to be a professional dancer. ’ says Josh. ‘But Ben wants to play lor Manchester United. I dont like football. but I think Ben is fantastic. ‘ ‘I don't like dancing at all. but I know Josh is great. ’ says Ben. ‘we dont like the same things. but we like each other. ‘ 2 find examples of the present simple negative in the text. Then read the Leam this! box and complete the sentences. Present simple: negative I‘ playfootbali. was’ Youdontplayfootbali. , He/ She/ it’ playfootbol. They‘ phyfootbali. I We forrnthe present simple negative with don't or doesn't and the base form of the verb. THIS‘ I B C -a .4 Make the sentences negative. I live in England. We come from London. Sarah studies science. Mick plays ice hockey. My parents work in an office. You like computer games. Tom and I walk to school. Katharine gets up at five o‘clock. -0 Grammar Builder liDi. page 108 @l0IIbU)V9n-I 5 Listen to Mark and Sally. Is the information in the table true (I) or false ()0? OU| brIr| N|t-I comes from Oxford X Cardiff lives in Liverpool! London studies maths medicine colon playing the piano shopping plays basketball volleyball works in a treaaurant a shop 5 Write sentences about Mark and Sally. Use the infonnation in the table and the present simple affirmative or negative. Mark «in-r-trill Lmrle trnm I31-tnrd lit l. -.~r«: . .1. ‘.4'v'. t1_v(-(ll. 6 Write true sentences about yourself with the present simple affirmative or negative. Use the phrases below and your own ideas. 1 live in a flat it. lrll 2 3 A 5 6 7 8 2 r’ A list / l Vttrrrl ll»: ill . a ‘. ‘.. n study history watch TV every day speak Russian walk to school get up at seven o'clock on Saturdays read in bed like classical music 7 SPEAKWG Work in pairs. Listen to your partner's sentences. Then tell the class about your partner. Martin lives in a flat. Unit 1 - My network ‘ 11 ‘
  13. 13. Family life - . - r, . _ _ ' V‘ -4 “ V’ ' ~- ~ " ' I U P E R M U M . Sue Povey gets up at six every morning home with the other four children. | help her with the shopping She lu_'. s iii and makes breakfast for fifteen people. Every weekday she looks after the l litres of milk a week‘ Sue has a difficult job she works hard children and cleans the house She: does i Sue says "I liwc iii_v hit; t}iiiiil_ : l| every day. N'hy? Because she's a mother the washing eight tinics a day, and she l the children help inc and help tuicli with fifteen children. and thirteen of irons clothes for three hours. l other I want more children" them live at home. Every afternoon at 3.31) she collects l Her husband | .in . il'' 'lt K iicvcr Sue Povcy and her family live in the children from school in tho: minibus. lioririg in this laiiiily ' Swindon in the south of England. After Then she helps them with their l Thonims, T, sa_'s: ‘l alxvavs haxc breakfast her husband. lan. goes to homework. After that she cooks dinner someone to play with ' work. Sue drives the children to school. for fifteen. Her husband comes home l Katie. 5. 5'd_'>' ‘I like lld iiii: m' (She needs a minibus for this? ) Nine at six. After dinner. she goes to the babies in the house. ’ children go to school and she drives supermarket with two of her sons. They ; 'nd . latt. ‘P, Skl_‘> ‘ll '5 very noi. ~"‘ ‘ l? l l“’ -i‘. ‘ -v’. «,i. 'l
  14. 14. 1 £: .'fj, "i"': ’ Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions. 1 who are the people in the photos? 2 is your family big or small? 2 Read the text. Are the sentences true or false? 1 Sue Povey has got thirteen children. 2 Sue's husband stays at home and looks after the children. 3 Sue is happy with her big family. ;: (’/ I/ 1?’ When you answer multiple choice questions. read the first part of the question only and then look for the infonnation in the text. When you have found the correct place in the text. read the options carefully and compare them with the text. 3 Read the exam tip above. Then choose the best answers. 1 Sue has a difficult job because a she makes breakfast every moming. b she has got a very big family. c two of her children don't live at home. 2 After breakfast Sue a drives her husband to work. b drives the children to school. c looks after the children. 3 In the morning and afternoon. Sue a plays with the children. b shops and drives in the minibus. c looks after children. 4 The children come home from school a by minibus. b with Sue's husband. c by bus. 5 Who helps her with the shopping? a Two daughters. b Two sons. c Her husband. 1| Complete the everyday activities with the words in the box. Underline them in the text. breakfast the children clothes dinner home supermarket the house the washing work up 1'. "-J| ‘I-h". l1"t'iHi-3-' clean 1 get come T go to cook T. go to the do ____ iron drive T. to school make 5 Write true sentences about yourself and your family. Use the correct form of the verbs in brackets. 1 T (get up) at . .1 <; 5' my 1 -, .-1' 1;‘v'. :t 2 Ti (make) breakfast in my house. 3 — (go) to work at in the morning. it jj (come) home at in the evening. 5 T. (help) my parents with the housework. 6 T (cook) dinner in my house. 7 C (go) to the supennarket on 8 __j: (tidy and clean) the house. Write down three things that you do after schooL Use the ideas in exercise In to help you. or think of your own. Bffliflfi Memory nme! Take it in turns around the class to repeat the whole sentence and add one of your Ideas from exercise 6. when I get home. I do my homework. when I get home. I do my homework and I watch television. when I get home. I do my homework. I watch television and I take the dog for a walk. Unit 1 - My network K13 Q‘
  15. 15. 1 Complete the conversation with the words in the box. doesn't from got How old this too you Ir‘/ ’ " ha" I. . H . »-«as. .. , Mark HI. Rachel. I are you? Rachel fine. thanks. Mark. And you? Mark Not bad. Rachel. ) issusan. Rachel Hello. Susan. Nice to meet you. Susan Hi. Rachel. Nice to meet you 3 Mark Susan is new to the school. Rachel oh. right. where are you ‘ ? Susan London. Rachel Have you 5 any brothers or sisters? Susan Yes, I've got a brother and a sister. Rachel Really? How 6 are they? Susan My sister is 14 and my brother is 18. My sister is in class 12C. Rachel What about your brother? Susan He 7 go to this school. He's at university In Uverpool. Mark That's the bell. I've got maths now. See you later. Rachel Bye. Susan See L_. 2 Q 1.21 Listen and check your answers. 3 In groups of three, practise reading the conversation. 1| Complete the sentences with infonnation about Susan. She's from S . She's got brother(s) and sister(s). Her brother is years old. He's at Her sister is years old. She's in class 5 10 Q 1.22 Listen to the conversations. Are the sentences true or false? 1 Alfie and Jenny live in the same street. 2 Sam's cousin goes to Elston Secondary School. 3 Alfie's sister is 12 years old. 16 lane and Ella have dance classes together. 5 lane and Ella go to school together. 6 Rosie's mother is a teacher. 9 1.22 Complete the sentences. Then listen again and check. 1 Alfie is my _ neighbour. 2 He to Elston Secondary . 3 She go to school. She in a shop. Ii Rosie. _ is my . lane. 5 lane to the dance class as me. 6 My mum _ , at that school. She . Italian. Match each sentence in A with a reply from 3. Hello, Sam. ‘_ How are you? Nice to meet you. Where are you from? Have you got any brothers or sisters? How old is your sister? is your brother at the same school? Not bad. And you? No, I haven't. Nice to meet you too. No. he works in an office. Hi. Andrea. She's 16. Edinburgh. in Scotland. on-wmn. nu-mwuciua-mu-—~> Work in groups ofthree. imagine that one of you is new to the schooL Complete this information about the new student with your own ideas. You're from . You've got a brother and a sister. Your brother is at the school. He's . class . Your sister isn't at the school. She works in years old. He's in write a conversation like the one in exercise 1. Use your own names and your notes from exercise 8. §. r«/4»/ .?i. ;« 17» Always look at the person you are speaking to. Speak in a loud. clear voice. 9' .1" L Li} Read the speaking tip above. Then act out your conversation to the class.
  16. 16. A Mgmme is Rabble and ? MW‘ V-2 new penfrreml, Tivs IS a. photo of Me. TM 1% years 0/01 and PM frcm / ‘va; che5ta'. B I live in 0. flat with my parents out! my sister Karen. Slae’s II and she's usually; a bi mug: /‘gr. we've also got a. dog ca/ led ‘Roi/ er. C I go to u. ‘ax/ town Cznvwrehensn/2 Semi. After scv'-co/ .ifa}<eti~edogfa'awr1/k. fhenIo(on~_y komeuwrk. My parents don't get i-awe Mil Sa/ el‘ o'clock. so Karen and I owl: dimer. After duvver. I watch TV or listen to music. Wnte soon. Best washes. T-Ezbbae I Read the letter. In which paragraph (A-C) does Robbie: say how old he is? _ say what he does after school? _ say what his name is? _ talk about his family? _ say where he's from? _ say which school he goes to? _ OIIDMN| D-0 2 Answer the questions. How old is Robbie? Where is he from? What is his sister's name? How old is his sister? what does he do after school? Who cooks dinner at Robbie's house? UVI&AlN)I-I 3 Complete the writing tip with words and phrases from Robbie's letter. We start an Infonnal letter with and the person's first name. we finish the letter with and our first name. (We can use Love it we know the person very well) i Listen and repeat the ordinal numbers. 0-dlrutmunoers 1st 2nd 3rd lath 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 30th 31st 5 Match numbers from exercise It with the words below. eighteenth eighth _ fllteenth___, 1. second , _ R .5 Writing and saying the date .5 We write We say 5 1st January or 1 ianuary ‘the first of January’ 3 1900 ‘nineteen hundred‘ 4 1992 ‘nineteen ninety-two‘ I 2004 ‘two thousand and four‘ . ‘2012 ‘twenty twelve‘ _ Read the Leam this! box. Then listen and write the dates. I 3rd . ‘-‘larclt ’a'. t‘. >v. ”ll: - Say these dates. Then listen and check. 1 21stlanuary 2007 It 29th March 1900 2 8th October 1995 5 22nd September 2008 3 5th May 2010 6 lath December 2020 I Ask and answer the questions. 1 what's your date of birth? 5 when's Christmas Day? its the. of , nmrlccn 6 whatyearls it now? 2 when's New Year's Eve? 7 In what year is the next 3 what's the date today? a World Cup? to when's Valentine's Day? b Olympic Games? Imagine you have a penfriend in Britain. Write a short letter (70-100 words) to him or her. Use the writing guide to help you. Dear Paragraph 1 0 Introduce yourself. Say how old you are and where you are from. Paragraph 2 0 Say something about your family. (How many brothers and sisters? Ages? Pets? ) Paragraph 3 0 What do you do after school? What do you do after dinner? 0 Best wishes llaveyou U followed the_wdllnggulde? [1 written 70-100wohis? *' J Ci checked your spelling andgramnfar? Unit 1 - My network ‘ 15 '
  17. 17. 7/ ~51 EXAM , . . . . >». /H/ <_ 1 Look at the photo. How old do you think the boy is? Quickly read the text and check. 2 Do the Use of English exam task. Complete the text. Write one word only in each gap. ' - ’. . jyrr - W s = F V > Y _ ‘ ¥ pg; ‘ 7 . ‘ ‘ P Q i, I , ‘ r . T . ' s . , ? ". ‘t , ‘ 4'' § ‘ . 1‘ ' '_ v k ' 4_ I . g ,4; i - 1:41‘ ‘I've ' two brothers. My little brother, lake. is 12 years " . . and = _ , _ big brother. Sam. is 21. I'm 16. Jake is at ‘ same school as me. but ‘_ a different class. Sam "_ _ at university. He 4, , office in _ home. ‘ German and history. My dad works in ' Brighton. My mum doesn't work. She stays " . Make notes about your family. Then complete the sentences. . ,,. 1 I've got 2 My mum 3 My dad 9 Listen to Anna doing the Speaking exam task in exercise 6. Answer the questions. 1 How many brothers and sisters has she got? 2 Where does her brother live? 3 Where do her parents work? Correct the mistakes Anna makes. 1 I got a sister and a brother. X 2 My brother he is 19. X 3 Yes. he do. X 16 My dad work in an office in Prague. X 5 My mum works in supennarket. X 1 5 Do the Speaking exam task. Speak in a loud. clear voice and look at the examiner while you are speaking You have to interview your partner for your school magazine. Find out about his/ her family. Ask about: 1 his/ her brothers and sisters le. g. their age. school. what they do} 2 his/ her parents‘ jobs Read the sentences in the exam task and think about what kind of information is missing. When you listen for the answers. remember that the words in the listening may be slightly different from the words in the sentences. 7 Read the listening tip above. Then read the sentences in the Listening exam task. Try to predict what kind of word or words might fill the gaps. Do the Listening exam task. r _ l t’: ‘era Annabelle is a j , She works in a , _ . She gets up at four o'clock i She sometimes goes to the Z V . When she gets home. she or listens to music. She goes to work by She works from She lives in a to six o'clock. wJ0vibw~u-
  18. 18. 1 A: .. i=‘ "’ Quickly read the text. which paragraph can you find this information in? 1 What kind ofinfonnation do people put on ‘friends’ websites? [:1 2 Why are some people worried about ‘friends’ websites? |: ] 3 How many friends has Millie got? E] ‘Friends’ websites Millie is 17 years old and lives in Miami. She has got 204 friends — and she makes two or three more l'ric-nds every week. About 20 of her friends also live in Miami. Some go to the same school. and others go to the same music clubs and sports centres. She often sees them. The others live in other cities and other countries: England. Canada, Japan She never meets these friends. but she talks to them on the Internet. They are her ‘Myspace Friends’. B1 Bc-causr: of 'L‘i)SilCS like Myspace. Yahoo 360 and Bebo, people can make friends online. These websites are very popular all over the world. especially with young people. Users have got their own homepage. They give information about themselves. They write letters for their wcbpage. show photos and give opinions. They write about their favourite films. music and TV programmes. “J For many young people. a good homepage is an important part of their image. it says: ‘This is me! I've got something to say. These things — and these people - are important in my life. ‘ And these websites are also an easy way to talk to a lot ofdifferent people. That is why teenagers like these ‘friends’ websites. I] But some people are worried that these websites arc-n't safe. For example. it is impossible to know that the information on a homepage is true. Perhaps the 16-year- old girl you talk to online is really a 40-year~old man. So here is some advice. Keep your webpage private. (Only friends can see a private webpage. ) Do not put photos of yourself on your wchpage. Do not meet people that you only know lrecmise of the website. And finally. remember that online friends are fun. but they are not the same as real friends. 2 2 Do the Reading exam task. Read the text and match headings A-F with paragraphs 1-5. There is one extra heading that you do not need. A Why do ‘friends’ websites seem dangerous? B How do ‘friends’ websites work? C What's the best advice for people who want to use ‘friends’ websites? D where do Millie's friends live? E How can I find 'friends' websites? F Why are ‘friends’ websites popular? 3 Look at exercise 5 on page 6. Which words do you need to describe the people in the photos on page 16 and below? H Work In pairs. which three things do you think a good friend should be? 5 Do the Speaking exam task. SPEAKING 7.. work in pairs. Tell your partner about a friend of yours. or a member of your family. Describe: 1 his/ her appearance 2 his] her personality, with examples of his/ her behaviour Get ready for your examz ‘ 11 ‘
  19. 19. ' I this unit IN(lUDES 00 U m e vggguhpya sports and hobbies 0 collocatlonsz verb o noun 0 pans of the boilv Bnimnan present simple questions I adverbs oi lreouency 0 How often P I oblect pronouns 0 imperatives spun” c an interview 0 talking about free time - expressing likes and dislikes Vltliltg 0 an announcement 1 Label the photos with eight words from the box. Sports and hobbies athletics basketball books chess computergarnes cycling dancing fashion liliiis football gymnastics Ice skating logging music photography rollerblading swimming 2 Listen. repeat and check your answers. Check the meaning of any new words. 3 which sports and hobbies can you do: 1 at home? 3 on your own? _ _ _ 2 outside? 4 in a team? 6 Put the sports and hobbies from exercise 1 into four groups. according to your own opinion. : oo Vocabulary Builder (part 1): page 129 1 I really “Re 2 I uite like 1! fl Listen to four teenagers. Which sport or hobby is 3 i Son». like each person interested in? 4 [hate 1 Oliver j 3 Nick T _ _ , , 2 Lauren , ‘ Rama 7 Workin pairs. Tell your partner your opinions of the sports and hobbies. ‘Fuck the ones that are the same for 5 E Listen again. Complete the sentences with the both of you. correct name from exercise 4. V K . , I really like basketball. football. computer 1 —"‘(“‘ "ms that '°°m5' games and music. I quite like 2 goes to a club near her home. 3 listens to music on the bus. It meets friends after school every day. 3 00 3 (“$5 5U"VeV- which SP0" 0|’ h°bbV ‘-51 5 has got a brother, Michael. 1 the most popular in the class? 6 has lessons on Thursdays. 2 the most popular with the boys? 7 plays the guitar. 3 the most popular with the girls? 8 has got an expensive bike. a no Vocabulary Builder (part 2): page 129 ; ’ 18 ’ Unit 2 - Free time
  20. 20. L1 r1'I I. '|‘tI'— 1'3 Look at the photo. What is the name of this sport? a skiing b ice skating c snowboarding Q 1.30 Listen to part 1 of an interview with 17-year- old snowboarding star. led Bright. Put the interviewer's questions in the correct places. a Do your parents travel with you? b Do you do any other sports? c Do you enjoy competitions? it Does Nathan take part in the competitions? interviewer l led Yes, I do. I love the excitement — and the travelling. Interviewer led No, they don't. I travel with my trainer. Martin Atkins. and my brother Nathan. Interviewer ‘ led No. he doesn't. He just watches. Interviewer ‘ led No. I don't. I don't have time! Complete the examples in the Leam this! box. Use the questions from exercise 2 to help you. We form present simple questions with do or does and the base fonn ofthe verb. I I/ you/ we/ they go snowboarding? Yes. I I / No, I 3 ‘ he/ she/ it play chess? Yes. she '* . /No. she ° Write questions. 1 you/ go snowboarding? your friends / like computer games? Wayne Rooney/ play football? you/ watch a lot of films? your best friend / do athletics? you/ like dancing? OuIL~. n.IN . —.'esenL simple: quesiions/ 5 10 11 12 Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in exercise It. I Dozyou go snowboarding? ] I Yes. ido. /No, Idon't. . r Read the Leam this! box. Translate the question words. » Wh-questions We can use the question words How, What, When, Where and Who to ask for information. We put the question word at the beginning of the question. Where does your dad work? Who do you sit next to in class? Complete part 2 of the Interview with the question words in the Learn this! box. Interviewer do you live? led I live in Vancouver. in Canada. Interviewer do you live with? led My parents and my brother. Interviewer ‘ do you relax? led I listen to music. Interviewer ‘ bands do you like? led Arctic Monkeys. Coldplay and Snow Patrol are my favourites. Interviewer ‘- do you see your friends? led In the evenings and at weekends. Q 1.31 Listen to part 2 ofthe interview and check your answers. Practise reading the interview in pairs. mi. ..-. :i. ‘. , ..', I. .. E‘F_’. '.Li. KE Work in pairs. Match the beginnings and endings of the questions. Then ask and answer them. 1 What music do you a get up in the morning? 2 Where do you b do? 3 When do you c listen to? A What sport do you d sit next to in class? 5 Who do you e buy your clothes? 6 How do you f travel to school? Work in pairs. Prepare an interview. Write five questions for your partner. Use the questions from exercises 7 and 9 to help you. Write answers to your partner's questions. Act out your interview to the class. In ff’-Ir“ {mu K19 K‘
  21. 21. How much do you know about Australia? Answer the questions. 1 Can you name any Australian cities? 2 Can you name any famous Australian sportspeople? What sport do they do? Match the photos with the sports and activities in the box. cricket hockey horseriding martialarts netball rugby Australian Rules football Read the text and answer the questions. I What do Australians think of sport? 2 Why is swimming popular? 3 which three sports are only popular with boys? 4 Which three sports are only popular with girls? 0 1.32 Listen to the information about swimmer. Ian Thorpe. which Olympic Games are his medals from? a 2000 b 2004 C 2000 and 2004 91.32» Listen again. Are the sentences true or false? 1 Ian Thorpe is from Sydney, Australia. He is very tall but he's got small feet. Ian's sister. Christina. is a tennis player. Ian holds two world records. Ian is interested in a lot of different sports. Fashion is one of lan‘s hobbies. lOI| &uJlJ Correct the false sentences in exercise 5. E-iiL’. l.THE Work in groups. What sports and activities are popular In your country? Agree on a ‘top five‘ list. Ian is an Olympic champion and has got two gold medals. SUN, SEA AND SPORiI‘! , 9 ' Australians love sport They play it, they talk about it and that watch it on TV. Australian weather is pertect tor sport. and tiii: -re are thousands of great beaches. so swimming is very oopiiiai The population 0t Australia is only about 20 million, but many or’ the best sportsmen and sportswomen in the world CDITIE from Austrawi Young people in Australia are very active More than 6|)": at children go to sports clubs. They also do activities with ir| l’fl(IS '«: :' example, skateboarding, cycling and rollerblading The top live sports for boys are- cricket. Other popular sports for bovs are basketball. rugby. martial arts athletics and hockey. The top five sports for girls are. Other popular sports for girls are lootbali. athlet-its. martial Arts hockey and horse riding source M». _. ii. l; ' i
  22. 22. 51~r_t. ' ‘rt-. Adverbs of frequency / Look at the pictures. Do you go bowling or dancing in your free time? V, ’ 6 Write sentences about Jacob and Kirsty using adverbs of " ll frequency and a phrase from the box. on Saturday aftemoon on Saturday evening on Saturday morning on Saturday night 1 Jacob/ have football practice ‘l, .r, _ ‘ . .. , , : ‘iu"'. :. l pl" 'r’~' 1': Kirsty/ get up late Kirstyl have breakfast Jacob / play tennis Kirsty/ buy a mobile phone Jacob and Kirsty/ go out with friends Jacob/ be in bed before midnight Kirstyl be in the dance club until two o'clock H ', '.l‘i'tii. r wwaxmbwn Q 1.33 Read and listen to what two teenagers say about their Saturdays. Match them with the pictures in exercise 1. Jacob I always have football practice on Saturday moming_ so 7 Look at the table. How often do you do these activities at the . get up cam, and have 3 big b, .eakfa5L Me, football p, .aa; ce_ I weekend? Complete column 1 of the table with adverbs of go home for lunch. In the aftemoon. I usually do homework. but f"°°l"°"‘Y- I sometimes play tennis at the sports centre. l hardiy ever watch TV during the day — the programmes are always really boring. in the evening. I always go out with friends. We often go bowling. d° h°"‘°“'°'k I'm usually in bed before midnight. visa; relatives Klrsty I usually get up late on Saturday moming. I never have wok dmner breakfast. I watch TV for an hour and then I usually check my ‘'0 "'9 W35hi"8 UP e-mails or visit a chat room. After lunch. I go shopping. I look listen to music at the new mobile phones. but I never buy a phone — they're watch N always very expensive. I always go dancing with friends on _ _ Saturday evening. I'm often out until two o'clock. 3° 5w""'"'"3 play computer games 0 1.34 Complete the chart with the adverbs of frequency : r.T . . from the box. Listen. repeat and check your answers. 8 E‘ ‘fin-RE wmk '" pars’ Ask and answer ab°"t ‘he activities in the chart using How often .7. Write your . . always usually often never p3ftf| €l"S answers in COIUITIII 2. sometimes hardly ever . How often do you do ‘ I always ‘I . Enework at the weekend? do homework. I I _ I it 5 i '/ W ¢— fl 9 5733115 Tell the class about yourself and your partner. Underline all the examples of adverbs of frequency in the which things are the same and which are different? texts in exercise 2. I usually do homework at the weekend. Jan usually does homework in the evening. 1 We use adverbs of frequency to say how often lan often visits relatives. I hardly ever visit relatives. something happens. " l Circle the correct words in the rules in the Leam this! box. Use the examples in the texts in exercise 2 to help you. 2 We normally put an adverb of frequency: a before / after the verb be b before/ after most other verbs LJ-tl'. ;'. frt~<ll".1»: : K21 K
  23. 23. ‘re. .. "1 . ‘_ :9‘r'T’ ' ; Kung fu , / 1 Look at the photo. Match the parts of the body with the words from the box. Parts of the body arms back chest ears eyes feet fingers hands head knees legs mouth neck nose shoulders stomach toes ll "’ 3% 5 2 _, // >0‘ . / , " 1 / ' _ ‘ ’, . ls'r"*”' 7 / ,/ f -/ A 12 _ 13 -4 ‘ 1 I '14 ‘ *"“ 15 --47 2 Q 1.35 Listen. repeat and checkyour answers. 3 Work in pairs. Cover the words in exercise 1. Use the photos to test your partner. Point. ask and answer. David Simmons comes from London, but he's in China for three months. He's a student at the Dengfeng Kung Fu School. In this interview with Martial Arts Monthly David talks about life at the school. MAM David MAM David MAM David MAM David MAM David MAM David David David Tell me about a typical day. What time do you get up? We get up at five o'clock and start training immediately. We haven't got time to have breakfast. If we're late, the teachers hit us with sticks. How do you train? First we train our legs. arms and stomachs. We run up and down 1.ooo steps and do press-ups. The training is very, very hard. How do you understand the teachers? Do you speak Chinese? A little. yes. But the teachers speak English so I don't have a problem. When do you have breakfast? At half past seven. We have rice and soup. We have a short rest and training starts again at nine o'clock. We practise hitting with our hands and kicking with our feet. Then we have lunch and a long rest. Do you train in the afternoons too? Yes. I like the afternoons because we train with sticks and swords. Is it dangerous? No. not really. because we don't fight. When does training finish? At six o'clock. We have a shower. and have dinner at half past six — rice and soup again — then we go to bed. What do you want to do when you go back to Britain? I want to start a kung fu school in London and teach people kung fu. I also want to appear in films as a kung fu fighter!
  24. 24. when you read a text for the first time. don't wony if you don't understand every word. Just try to understand the general meaning. 14 Read the reading tip. Then read the text quickly. which sentence is true? 1 David trains only in the mornings. 2 David trains only in the afternoons. 3 David trains in the mornings and aftemoons. 5 Find five parts of the body in the interview. 6 Are the sentences true or false? David Simmons works in China. He has breakfast before he starts training. David speaks a little Chinese. In the mornings they practise fighting. They have a rest before lunch. David wants to teach kung fu when he goes back to Britain. OU| bA-I190-' 7 Read the answers and complete the questions. Use the present simple. 1 Where He comes from London. 2 What He studies kung fu. 3 What Rice and soup. 4 Why Because he trains with sticks and swords. 5 When At half past six. the ‘box. 8 Listen and complete the song with the verbs from are are light knows makes says start take KUNG FU FlGl-lTlNG Everybody is kung fu fighting — Those cats 1 In fact it is a little bit frightening. But they ~' They 3 Chinatown They are chopping them up, They are chopping them down it's an ancient Chinese art And everybody ‘ From a term into a slip, And kicking from the hip Chorus There is funky Billy Ching and little Sammy Chung. He * ‘Here comes the big boss — let's get it on" We 6 a bow and make a stand, ’ swinging with the hand The sudden motion 5 me skip — Now we're into a brand new trip! Chorus fast as lightning with expert liming, their part. funky Chinamen from funky Iluouy cat - a person (slang) funky - unusual. eccentric (slang) Chinamen - Chinese men (not used now) Chinatown - the part of a city where Chinese people live boss - leader get it on - get excited. be energetic (slang! feint. slip. trlp - kung fu moves brand new - very new Unit 2 - Free time ‘ 23 ‘
  25. 25. 1 Q 1.37 Read and listen to the K dialogue. Who does lim prefer. Christina Aguilera or Eminem? lim Do you like music? Louise Yes. I do. I love it. lim Who's your favourite singer? Louise Christina Aguilera. lim Christina Aguilera? Really? I can't stand her! She's terrible! Louise Oh. who do you like, then? lim I like Eminem. Louise He's OK, I suppose. But I prefer Christina Aguilera. Put the phrases in the box into the correct place in the table. He's all right. He's terrible. I can't stand it. I love it. I hate them. She's great. She’s not bad. They're brilliant. They're OK. It's awful. Q 1.38 ' ; .,<, .i. r_. ._‘_Ar‘; _:~“ Listen. repeat and checkyour answers. Copy the intonation. Complete the Leam this! box with the two missing object pronouns lrom the dialogue in exercise 1. . _.. 3 Object pronouns I — me you — you he-him she—? it--‘_. we — us you — you they — them Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions. using phrases from exercise 2 and the correct pronouns. Find out what your partner thinks of: 1 Robbiewilliams 14 Eminem 2 Avril Lavigne 5 Angelina Jolie 3 computergames 6 dancing Ican't stand him! What do you think of Robbie Williams? 5 G 1.39 Listen to three dialogues. Choose the correct answers. 1 Chris's favourite sport is: a volleyball b athletics. 2 a Kylie thinks that Tomb Raider is brilliant. b ieff thinks that Tomb Raider is brilliant. 3 3 Grace and Charlie both like fashion. b Charlie likes fashion. but Grace doesn't. 7 9 1.140 Complete the sentences from the dialogues with the words from the box. Then listen and check. interested like OK really What Who 1 lenny: ' '5 your favourite sport? ‘ 2 Chris: ‘So. what do you , . then? ‘ 3 Kylie: ‘Are you in computer games? ‘ 4 left: ‘It's _ I suppose. ‘ 5 Charlie: ‘I'm , , , interested in fashion. ‘ 6 Grace: ‘ '5 your favourite designer? ‘ 8 L _Y; :I: ,~'£J Work in pairs. Prepare a dialogue using one of the ideas in the box and the chart below. films/ actor football/ team books/ author music/ band / -A Ask 8 about his/ her hobby. Say that you like your hobby. Ask about B's favourite. Reply. Give your opinion of B's favourite. Ask about A's favourite. Reply. Give your opinion of A's favourite. ‘Ema/ .9/, ,:, 1/V Intonation is important when you give an opinion. Remember to try and use the intonation you practised in exercise 3 when you use phrases that express an opinion or an emotion. 9 Act out your dialogue to the class.
  26. 26. _-_'l"i‘I l_I_. _l<'. 2'-itm moi: 2 f-: .»"‘ / :1 ‘ re .7 vi _, .I Are you interested in a ; _. ‘ films? We are! We meet ‘_~ :54 >_r' V. at Lauren's house every Thursday at four o'clock to / ‘ fie _«-. ..-. ‘, “l7 watch and talk about our " favourite DVDs. Every month. we meet to decide the next four films. We usually bring the DVDs, but we sometimes rent them. Come to Film Club! Call Lauren White on 07756 277382. Look at the announcements. Are there any clubs like this near your home? Read the announcements. Answer these questions for each club and write your answers in the table. 1 When do they meet? 2 Where do they meet? 3 What do they do every week? /6 What do they do every month/ year‘! 5 Who do you phone about the club? Read the Learn this! box. How many imperatives can you find in the announcements in exercise 1? Which imperative is negative? 1 We often use imperatives in announcements. They're direct and easy to understand. Don '( forget! Call this number: 67d583. 2 We tom the affirmative imperative with the base form of the verb. We form the negative imperative with don’: + base form. Chess ‘*2’ Club Are you a chess player? Good or bad. you're welcome at our club we me? ! ¢V¢! ')' Tuesday at six o'clock in Gino's Cale to play chess‘ we U-Wan)’ Play for fun. but we also have a competition every year, You can win great prizes. ,; ,:~, ,3. Q ‘r-Ix ‘it: (3 ‘axis . We your head. Play chem! ‘ “’ ‘J up .1 Don't wait. Phone Lewis Connor today on 2' f 3 07710 767262 or visit our website: ww'. chessatginos. com Complete the imperatives with the words from the box. come don'tforget don'tstay leam meet play visit 1 and join the fun. basketball and get fit. , at home. people with the same hobby. new dances. _ A our website. to tell your friends. lOI'IbaJNJn- Invent a club. Use one of the names from the box or your own idea. an club basketball club book club computer club dance club gymnastics club music club photography club running club Make notes about your club. Use the table to help you. name of club: when it meets: where it meets: what they do: who to phone: phone number: website: write an announcement (50-70 words) for your club. Use your notes from exercise 6. Have you used some imperatives? written 50-70 words? checked your spelling and grammar?
  27. 27. LANGUAGE if? ‘’’ T‘. 1-2 Vocabulary 6 Complete the questions (1-6). Then match them with the 1 Choose the correct ending. answets (a—0' 1 My ”""° is "W ; he like Q/ orgrrlive? a fathefs brother. b brother's father. 3 — ‘ :16 gmdy, 2 My grandmother is my 4 you get to school? a father's mother. b mother’s father. 5 _ She ge! up early? 3 My mace '5 my 6 you know Lucas? a daughters sister. b sister's daughter. 4 My cousin is my a History and German a sows uncle’ b uncle's 50"’ b No she doesn't She gets up late 5 My yandson is my c Yes he loves it . . a daughter's son. b son's daughter. d 'w; ;|k ' e Yes. ldo. He's in my class. f In New York. 2 Write the plural form of these words. W 1 wife to potato 2 h”5ba"d 5 bu-5_ 7 Rewrite the sentences to include the adverb of frequency in 3 pl'l0l0 . ,_ 6 family bracketi m 1 Ihave cheese for breakfast. (often) 3 (ompme me sports am; hobbies. 2 She's late for school. (hardly ever) 3 Iplay computergames. (often) 1 b k l 2 cgrsnfilzggrg ' 1; gfiostgg’ ’ ‘ ‘ ‘ 14 He does his homework on the bus. (never) 3 gym” ’ " ' ' 6 ‘Dumb 5 It's cold in January. (usually) ’ ‘ ’ “ ‘ ‘ ' ‘ ’ ” ‘ ' 6 School finishes at quarter past four. (always) M 7 We have lunch at school. (sometimes) KNEE Grammar 1! Complete the sentences with the correct affirmative form of Everyday English the verbs in the box. 8 Complete the questions for these answers. getup go live play study watch A ‘ are you? 1 My sister French at school. 3 'f‘°‘bad- ‘h3”k5- 2 My brother andl tennis. A T V0” "W"? 3 My best friend . _ to a different school. 3 M3"‘h°5‘°'' 1; My dad television every evening. A ’ a"V b'°‘h°'5 °' ‘isms? 5 we in Cambridge_ 8 _Yes. I've got a brother. 6 My mum at six o'clock every moming. A ‘ V°“" b'°‘h°'? B He's 19 5 write two sentences in the present simple: (I) affirmative and (X) negative. 9 1 they/ listen to: xclassical music I pop music Put the lines of the dialogue into the correct order. a Yes. I do. I love them. r__‘ b Josh Hartnett. ‘+__‘ she/ sit: 1! next to Pete . / next to Sue ‘ D° ‘/ °'-’ like mm‘? ‘ . /p1ay. _/ piano xguita, d Really? lcan't stand him! E he/ go. X Swimming / Cycling e Who syour favourite actor? i V they/ come from: ./ France 1! Spain @ she/ teach: J music X sport I I he/ speak: )fEnglish / Italian /5° “ . ‘ . ,. JOU| &oJNl
  28. 28. ;%itiLLs . . - 3 Reading 1 Look quickly at the text. What is each paragraph about? (a) a Hungarian person in the UK (b) people from abroad in the UK 2 Choose the best answers. 1 Manon is 20 years old. He comes from Hungary. but he doesn‘t live in Hungary — he lives and works in the UK. He is a waiter in a hotel. He earns £6 an hour. More than 600.000 people from Central and Eastem European countries live and work in the UK. Almost hall of them are between 18 and 24 years old and most of them are single. They stay in the UK for about two years and then return to their own countries. Nearly 40% work in factories; many others work in shops, hotels. restaurants and on farms. They come because they eam more money in the UK lor these jobs than in their own countries. But do they like their new home? The answer is usually ‘yes. ’ In a survey of foreign workers in the UK. 92% say that the British are ‘usually lriendly'. Their only problem with tile in the UK is Bntish lood: 78% don't like it! But that isn't a big problem. because British supermarkets now sell Central and Eastern European lood. Listening 3 (3 three of the descriptions below (a—e). Anna is Claudia is Dave is Listen to the conversations. Match the people with Marion is a British. but he lives in Hungary. is Hungarian. and he lives in Hungary. c Hungarian. but he lives in the UK. a British man who works at the hotel. Anna's sister. a British girl who lives with Marton. a Portuguese girl who lives with Marton. a British man who lives with Marion. 9 Read the questions. Then listen again and write Marton‘s answers. fDO. fiU'&l U179:-I Marlon has got a a iob in the UK and a job in Hungary. b a job in Hungary. 4 c a job in the UK. 1 Where are you from? rinjflgorks in 2 Have you got any brothers and sisters? b a hotel‘ 3 How old are they? C a factory. to Do you like music? 5 Who's your favourite singer or band? About 600,000 people in the UK a arrive every year from Central and Eastern European countries. b are from Central and Eastern European countries. c are between 18 and 214 and single. Speaking 5 Work in pairs. Ask your partner the questions from exercise 14. Make a note ofthe answers. People lrom Central and Eastern European countries come to work in the UK because a they get jobs in factories and shops. b they earn more money in the UK. c they are happy in the UK. Writing 6 Imagine you are your partner. Write a short. informal letter introducing yourself to a new penfriend called Sam. Use your ‘ _ notes from exercise 5. People from Central and Eastern European countries in the UK usually a like the food and the people. b like the food. but they don't like the people. c like the people. but they don't like the food.
  29. 29. l'l~ U"l‘. ’ lI. ClUUi ‘~. Vocabulary - swool 5‘. .b| t’C! s - in the r| .1.ss'rini-ii - pr: -nositioris 0’ pl. iv: t- - part‘. til .3 school 0 dl’P| :[|0n5 - c. ipit. il l('ilI. '7> Grammar 0 HYPVI‘ is ‘. '.*'c‘. 'c‘ are 0 lr. ':w. ‘ i‘ii Speaking 0 t-l| .i"ir, about Sli. ”;j¢, ‘(lS (inc ll'llr: liJ'Jll, ‘S I Ci, -:~r, iiti my d LlJ55'L1I; ‘l*‘ I gi'. ‘ir'lgdirei'l~U". '; Writing -. :.descri;1tin~ A i *? i'n’*. -"-r= *.= *‘: *-t’i~’*’= i*s'. ,ij~§**'j3‘°«',1"**, « ,3 c School subjects 1 Match the textbooks with ten of the school subjects from 5 9 1.143 Read the exam tip. Then listen and complete this the box. timetable for Mondays with school subjects from exercise 1. Schoolsubjects artand design biology chemistry design and technology (D. T.) English French geography German history information and communication technology (l. C.T. ) maths music physical education 2 9.35-10.20 (P. E.) physics religious education (R. E.) Spanish 1o_25,1o‘, ‘5 ‘ MORNING gpgix 1 8.45-9.30 2 91.42 Listen. repeatandcheckyouranswers. ‘ 3 1°'45_n'3o A V11.35~12.20 3 which ofthe subjects from exercise 1 do you study? 00 you study any others? 12.20—1.30 LUNCH BREAK VV V - c ~ ~ . - '1) . -2.15 ‘{iir. rijiit. i.‘~: iilTtit. i i_-. ~:i. It . l?Cy"(. "7-1| 5 7130 6 2.20-3.05 ‘I Ei7iW", 'j Work in pairs. which subjects do you like? Ask and 7 A 3.10-3.55 answer questions using the phrases in the box to help you. ll save‘ {Lt/1 In/ ':): r;at’t b d 6 Write your perfect timetable for one day. Copy the timetable 5 a ",3 no 3.’ in exercise 5 and complete it with your favourite subjects. I hate it. /I can't stand it. 7 l: j"1.'; ;fl: fj Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about D0 V00 like 3" and d95'S"? your partner's timetable. Can you copy it correctly? o I What lesson have you got at quarter to nine? _. “.‘(~/ ., 1/’ When you listen, don't worry or stop ifyou miss an answer. Art and design. What lesson have you got . ..? just move onto the next question. You'll have a chance to complete the missing answers when you listen again. ~; }”_‘~_miLW_gmT{. 'l4 im” 5; “M. 3:3,‘;
  30. 30. Look at the photo. In which country do you think this classroom is? look around your own classroom Are there any desks? is there a noticeboard? The answer is probably yes. schools in large cities in India are the same. But outside the cities, they're often very different The children in the photo go to a small school in India. Their classroom is outside. There isn't a noticeboard There‘: a desk for the teacher, but there aren't any desks for the children in fact there aren't any chairs - the dtiidren sit on the floor. But there are some books - and a lot of motivation! Read the text. Check your answer to exercise 1. Complete the table with the highlighted words from the text. singular affinnative affirmative T: W a teacher. ‘ some students. negative negative -‘ a TV. 3 any CD5. interrogative interrogative “ a noticeboard? ‘ any children? No. there isn't. Yes. there are. Look at the photo in exercise 1 again. Complete the sentences with the correct form of there is / there are. 1 : ? some boys. 5 a noticeboard. 2 4 a teacher. 6 T a TV. 3 . a computer. 7 j any shelves. la T any posters. 8 live girls. 9 1.44 Listen and check your answers. 6 Say it the sentences in exercise a are true or false for your classroom. We use Is there . ..? to ask about singular nouns. We use Are there any . ..? to ask about plural nouns. 7 Read the Look out! box. Then look at the picture of a bedroom and complete the questions with Is there a .7 or Are there any . ..? 1 Is rtltrt .1 bed? 8 2 Fit‘? there arm; chairs? 9 3 desk? 10 4 CD player? 11 5 shelves? 12 6 TV? 13 7 books? 14 window? CD5? posters? bin? clock? plants? cupboard? 8 SPEAKING Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in exercise 7. Use the prepositions from the box. behind in front of nextto near on under ( is there a bed? I l Yes. there is. It's near the window. I I 9 SPEAKWG Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about your partner's bedroom using the nouns from exercise 7. l v V I Are there any chairs in your bedroom? 1 Yes. there are. I No. there aren't. Unit 3 - School life 29
  31. 31. Schools in England 1 Look at the chart. How many years of compulsory education are there in England? is this the same in your country? The English Education System “M 2 Read the text. Match the paragraphs with three of the headings. a Types of secondary school b Subjects at secondary school e Exams at 16 and 18 c University education Secondary education in England I: ] In England, children start secondary school at the age of ‘II. In the first two years of secondary school, all the students study the same 12 subjects. They are: English, maths, science. design and technology, information and communication technology, history. geography, a foreign language, art and design, music. citizenship and P. E.When students are 14, they can choose the subjects that they like, but some subjects (e. g. maths, English. science and RE. ) are still compulsory. D At the age of sixteen. students take national exams called GCSEs (General Certificate of Secondary Education exams). After these exams. about 25% of students leave school and find jobs. The other 75% stay at school. They study two, three or four school subjects and take advanced level exams (‘A levels‘) when they are 18. E] Most students in England (about 90%) go to state secondary schools. State schools are free. The other ro% go to private schools. Some of these schools are very famous - and very expensive. For example, it costs about £24,000 a year to study at Eton College! ljilll 1 - S. _hrrll lit» d British primary schools 3 $3111.15 Decide if these sentences are true for England. Then say what is true in your country. 1 Education is compulsory between the ages of S and 16. 2 Students start secondary school when they are 13 years old. 3 Students take national exams when they are 12 and 17 years old. Most students go to state schools. All students stay at school until they are 18 years old. English is a compulsory subject at all secondary schools. Some students go to private schools. NOV-Db‘ “.135 Listen to two teenagers talking about their schools. Choose the correct answer. 1 Nick and Stephanie wear a school uniform. 2 Nick and Stephanie don't wear school uniforms. 3 Nick wears a uniform. but Stephanie doesn't. S 0 1.45 Listen again. Complete the table. TREE Name of school Nalngdon . ..-l. l., w~. -is Private or state? Number of students Number of teachers Mixed (boys and girls)? yes/ no yes] no Wants to leave when? 6 SPEAKING Ask and answer the questions. 1 ls your school a state school or a private school? 2 How many students are there in your class? 3 How many teachers have you got? it Is it a mixed school (for both boys and girls)? 5 Do you wear a uniform? 7 Work in pairs. Make a chart for your country like the chart in exercise 1.
  32. 32. i’/ K7‘ E‘ i 3 a . Look at the photo and read the text. What does the ~': - 9 1.46 E’ ' " ‘f; :11] Listen. repeat and check your photo show? answers. How are the words have to (or has to) pronounced? Try to copy what you hear. 1 , 5 Look at the table. Are these things compulsory or not ' - ‘- » compulsory at your school? Choose yes or no, then write ‘ , I '. .' , sentences with have to or don 't have to. ‘ V‘. | Ir’ K ' _ ' ' Cr; 1 s " r ‘5: - ‘ I { _ 1 xx. , I wear a uniform yes/ no fr -1" 2 sludyaforeign language yes/ no 3 take exams yes/ no 4 do homework yes/ no Summerhill School in England is a private school, and it's 5 gem’ Schoolbefore 9‘00 yes/ no very different from most other schools. There is at timetable. 6 stay at school after 3.00 yes/ no but students don’t have to go to the lessons. They sometimes play football instead! There's a meeting every week for all the 6 children and teachers at the school, and they vote to decide the school rules there The teachers and students all have to follow the rules. Does the head teacher have to follow the rules? Yes, she does‘ Read and complete one student's description of an ideal school. Use have to and don't have to. 7 Read the team this! box. Complete the examples using the highlighted words from the text in exercise 1. 1 We use have to (or has to) to say that something is necessary or compulsory. 2 We use don't have to (or doesn't have to) to say that something is not necessary (but it isn't against the rules). We ‘ be at school before 9 o'clock. We 9 have lunch at school. Some people go W1.‘ get (0 school early in the morning — 10.30 or , 11.00 is OK. We -‘ e w -; ir a uniform — we can w ‘ill’ 9° you have ‘O smdy French)? Yes‘ I ‘my’ / No‘ I don t‘ what we like. Every morning the teachers ’ . ask the 5he have ‘° d° RE" Vest She ' ‘ / N°- students what they want to study. There are classrooms. She d0ESn'l~ but we * go to lessons. We sometimes go to the computer room or the library instead. We 5 be quiet 3 Complete the sentences with the correct fonn of have to. "‘ ‘he l'h“"'3' ‘ W“ '53“ 5" “"d ‘“_'k “"1" l"'-‘"d5-1:h'; "'3'5 i‘ amrmative or negame‘ canteen when: students hate a snack or lunch. Vie __ h buy the food — it s all free. 1 My brot er home for lunch. wear a school uniform: black trousers and a green sweatshirt. but I _ _ to wear a uniform. 2 W9 —— take “"3"” °V9'V Wim ‘ °”lV 3‘ "'9 9"d °f ‘"9 7 work in pairs. Think about your ideal school. Write a short ‘/93“ description using have to and don't have to. 3 I be at school by 8.50 because the first lesson starts W-‘rt 8 E_: ;", _ work with another pair. Ask and answer 14 We study a foreign language: French, Spanish or questions about you, ideal school; German. . 5 ido, -pi like geography but i k 4 study 5;, ‘‘ Do you have to wear a uniform at your school? 6 My sister's school is a normal state school — she pay. » Yes, we do. /No, we don't. ,
  33. 33. as-3.-Iii. -.5 High flyers / 1 ' Look at the photos. What can you see? Q . ~/ / ‘i. /. v‘ when you're looking for specific information in a text. use the subheadings to help you. and/ or read the first sentence of each paragraph. 2 Read the reading tip. Then look through the text quickly and find the answers to these questions. 1 How many people live in Australia? 2 How many students use Schools of the Air? 3 How often do teachers visit their students? 3 Match the highlighted words in the text with the definitions below. with no other person there; alone: _ very big: take and use something. then give it back later: happens: S two times: letters. postcards. etc: one time: , lGV‘bUJk)b— 14 Choose the best answers. 1 Some students in Australia can't go to normal schools because a their parents work on farms. b they live hundreds of kilometres away from a school. 2 a There are 12,000 students in the Schools of the Air. b There are 1,000 students in the Schools of the Air. 3 Oncea week. students a send work to the teachers. b borrow books from the library. 14 Students discuss their work with a teacher a on the phone. b by radio or on the Internet. 5 A teacher and student meet when a the student visits the teacher's home. b the leachervisils the student's home. 6 The Sports Carnival happens once a year and is a compulsory. b optional. Australia is an enormous country. but it has a population of only 20 million. Some families live on farms. hundreds of kilometres from a town or city, Children from these families can't travel to school every day. so many of them use a special school: the Australian School of the Air. There are twelve Schools of the Air in Australia and over 1,000 students use them. Students of the School of the Air haven't got lessons in classrooms with other students. They study at home on their own. The teachers at the School of the Air prepare lessons and send them to the students by post or e~r'nail. The students have to work on these lessons for live or six hours a day. Monday to Friday. They send their work to the teachers once a week and discuss it by radio or over the Internet. They can also borrow books from the school library. The books arrive by post. . .'. ;~'‘‘_ «, ~ s. . "'’pvs . ; ; , ~. - r‘ z-_. '1' . " It‘. v . 2 " 1 j ' _r- ' T . ‘ ’ ‘ . ..Z -' ’. ‘r 3 ) / y I -‘ "E . .-.4) - if '- «. :~ / "11. ‘L. g _. x ‘gr- l '‘l* _____; ,J‘ V l l -4‘. ’ ’
  34. 34. Once or twice a year, a teacher visits every student at home. The teacher spends a day with the students. helps them with their work and discusses problems. The teacher often has dinner with the family and stays for a night at the student's house. Teachers and students can also meet at the Spons Carnival. This takes place once a year on playing fields in Alice Springs. Students don't have to go. but it is a great way for them to do sport together and to make friends. 1. jI’iv- . el , l "'> . , . - . ._. L, .7 1'‘ J; .3} ‘_, .. I V t ' ‘ 5 Complete the sentences with the words from the box. Check the meanings of any new words. Parts ofthe school canteen classroom computer room corridor gym hall library playing field staffroom stairs You find lots of books in the . You eat lunch in the . You play sports like football and hockey on the You have lessons in the Teachers meet and talk in the . You usually play basketball and volleyball in the At the beginning of a lesson. you wait in the you go into the classroom. You've got ICT lessons in the The whole school can meet in the 10 You walk up or down the to get to another floor. lOV| &-UJVUI-I before 0 6 Q 1.47 Listen. repeat and checkyour answers. 7 How many of the words in exercise 5 can you find in the text about the School of the Air? List them. 8 ': 'fZ. ‘_". £lI§fi Work in pairs. Use the phrases in the box and your own ideas to make two lists in the table below: 1 The advantages of having lessons at home. 2 The disadvantages of having lessons at home. it's difficult/ easy to You have tol don't have to compare ideas talk about your ideas think make friends get up early travel to school have fun It's easy to think. There isn't a gym. You don't have to get up it's difficult to compare early. ideas. 9 E1’-‘1'. "£? ', ‘=1 Work with another pair. Compare your lists. In general. are there more advantages or more disadvantages? jii1'-; - 5i, l‘a, «i li'i V3
  35. 35. 1 (3 1.148 Read and listen to the dialogue. it Q 1.49 Listen and follow the directions on the plan below. Put the pictures in the correct order. where is each person going? _ , _ Person 1 Person 3 _ Person 5 §_ t, {;~‘, :'r. .;; . Person 2 _, , Person to _ . _, ‘s - '7 . V 5 9 1.50 Listen. Answer the questions. ‘.3? -if‘ 3‘ 1 Where does Oliver want to go? “ _ -" 2 Why does he want to go there? :_-, .a 3 How many people does he ask for directions? E I ‘ A What happens when he arrives? . n ‘.4’ . "'3 ' * ‘ ‘ 6 Q 1.51 I‘ ; g HILL} )5 ml Listen and repeat the directions Keith Excuse me. Where's classroom 7? f'°"‘ ‘he 5°‘- Moliy It's near the staff room. Keith Oh, right. Where's that? I'm new here. Molly Oh. OK. Go along this corridor and tum left. Go up the stairs to the first floor. Tum right. Go past the staff room. Classroom 7 is on your right. Keith Thanks very much. 7 Molly You're welcome. Directions Go along the corridor. Go past the school hall. Go up the stairs. Go down the stairs. Turn left. Turn right. Go through the doors. Go outside. Work in pairs. Prepare a dialogue using the chart below and your own school or the plan in exercise 3. A ‘A 3 V _ _ _ -— - **~ Ask B where a room or ” V I ‘ __ a part of the school is. B L V . Say where it is. Ask where that is. » Give directions. ‘ ' Thank e. C D— E Reply. 2 Q 1.48 Listen and repeatthe dialogue. Then practise 8 §. v‘iLmE Aaoulyourdmoguetothe dasS_ reading it in pairs. 3 Look at the plan ofthe school. Follow Keith's route lrom exercise 1. ”"#'—«. E;J. ’?’. “LL— —i’”’ 2». __, __————* 7 Staff room ’ "’ r _; I’ &ience Classwom 7 Classroom 5 First floor Entrance p Classroom 2‘ "’ Stairs U‘“‘'°°_'‘'’ ‘ Classroom A Reception Classroom 3 Ground floor Head teacher's office X You We hem,
  36. 36. A description ' Read the four parts of the description of a secondary school for a new student. Number them in the correct order. L] Lunch is at 12.30. You don't have to htry lunch in the canteen. There’s a shop next to the gym and it sells F sandwiches and other snacks. y‘ i Lessons start at 8.45 in the moming. and W" ‘W9 l“ k be at school before 8.30. There are four lessons in the moming. two batore the morning break and two W I the break The morning break is from 10.20 to 1050. IA 1, ‘_____i( , ..--r . __, /V "‘ :1 Lessons start again at 1.45 and finish at 3.30. On , Tuesdays. vounavetngototttegymrorP. r_nerorar.4s. i On Thursdays. school finishes an hour early at 2.30. _ K ” 7 ‘T-5% ' welcome to St Miohaers Secondafv School! I hope that you enjoy your first week. i . .. — _, - , . , - S Match the photos with three parts of the description. PhotoA i ] Photoa PhotoC if i 7 Answer the questions about St Michael's Secondary School. 1 what time do lessons start in the morning? 2 what time is the morning break? 3 where is the shop? It When is P. l:. ? 5 when does school finish on most days? 6 When does school finish on Thursdays? in Read the writing tip below. which rules for capital letters are different in your language? m 7 Prepare a description (80—100 words) for a new student at your school. Write down some information about four of We use capital letters in English for: "'95? 5"bi9¢t5- ° the Personal P'°"°U”’ ' lessons Start — what time? ° dal/ S and months 0 lessons in the moming — how many? 9 names 0 break~ what time? 0 languages and nationalities 0 lunch _ where; what time? ° towns and countries - buy snacks. drinks — where? - lessons finish - what time? 5 Write examples for each ofthe rules in the writing tip. ° 59°“ Md games ' Wm"? ‘”h9’°7 "he"? 6 Rewrite the sentences using the correct capital letters. 8 wme the note "sum the infonnation in exemse 7' 1 the new school year starts on monday 6th September. 2 your first lesson on thursday is history. 3 our spanish teacher is from lima in peru. Have you to my brother james and i go to eton college. _ Used “Dim ‘W95 ¢°""e¢"Y? 5 our geography teacher's name is george white. written 80-100 words? included all the information in exercise 7? Unit3-School| ite ‘ 35 ‘
  37. 37. ‘Kw/ I» av ~r/ // EXAM 3 1 Find these things in the photo; wave, 3 work in pairs. Make a list of presents 5urfgr_ surfboar-d_ wetsuit that you could buy for a female friend and a male friend. For a boy For a girl 1 2 3 Ir a__ T 4 9 Read the Speaking exam task in exercise 5. Listen to Daniel in the exam. Complete the conversation with words from the box. 2 6 0° ‘he u5‘°"i"g exam task‘ exciting idea Let's like shall think what about Why don't 1 Read through the questions and the options before you Examiner It's David’s birthday next week. We need to buy listen. a present for him. ‘-, we buy him a Robbie 2 As you listen the first time. mark the answers that you Williams CD? are sure of. Ifyou're not sure of an answer, don't worry Daniel [don-1 : mags ; , my ggod idea, He doesn't and move on to the next question. 1 Robbie Williams. 3 whe" V°” "Ste" ‘he 5e‘°"d "ma "V '° “"5"” the Examiner Really? He's got lots of Robbie Williams CD5. questions you weren't sure of the first time and check Daniel No. he hasn't. He hasn't got any. your answers to the others. Examiner Oh. Well. what ‘ we get for him. then? Daniel buy him a book. Examiner But that isn't a very’ present. Daniel OK. Well. ’ a T-shirt? There are some great Listen to an interview with a surfer. Choose the correct “hing in the Clothes Shop in [own answers: A’ B °' C‘ Examiner OK. That's a good * . Let's buy him a T-shirt. 1 How old is Joshua? A 16- E] 3 17- E] C 13« E] 5 Do the Speaking exam task. Use the phrases in the box below. 2 When are his exams? kl _ A This year. B Next month. C Next year. E Ma "3 3 5ugge5t'°" 3 In summer, how often does Joshua go surfing on Wm’ d°’7" W9 (* V9717)? Schoordaysy Let's (v base form) A Usually once a day. D B gually twice a day. W’7‘"0b°“‘ (* "0""/ "779 ‘°'"‘)~ C He only surfs at weekends. _ Agreeing Disagreeing It Why does Joshua do homework at lunchtime? OK’ Mars 0 good idea M0,, -r M, -nk maps 0 WW A Because he wants more time for surfing. A” , ,-gm Let-5 good idea 3 Because he works hard. r__l _ He does"-, 1,-kg C Because he can't go surfing at lunchtime. I ] She mnhrand 5 Why doesn't Joshua surf before breakfast in winter? She's already got A Because the waves are not very good. [: 8 Because it's cold. D C Because there isn't enough light. Work in pairs. You and your friend are discussing what to buy for another friend's birthday. Student A: suggest a CD. Student 8: disagree with Student A's suggestion and say why you disagree. Suggest another p(t"St"r1l. Student A: disagree with Student 8'5 suggestion . rnd say — why you disagree. Student A and 8: agree on a compromise. 6 Who in Joshua‘s family surfs? A Just Joshua. 8 Joshua and his sister. E C The whole family. E 7 When is the next competition for Joshua? A Next week. [7 8 Next month. : C Intwo months'time. fl
  38. 38. 2 1 Quickly read the text. Does boot camp make Melissa a better person? Sixreengrear-old Melissa arrives at ‘boot camp’. but she doesn‘t want to be here Boot camp is not for holidays Teenagers come to stay here when they have got problems. And Melissa has got serious problem; She doesn't do any work at school. She just wants to goout with her friends all night. nnddrinkandtakedrugs. Sheilverydimcult at home. She argues with bar mum all the time and shouts at her. Her mother can't help her but the hopes that boot Clilllp can Boot campisadit’ficultplaoetobe. Thereere1oteot‘ rules. This boot calllpis in themiddleo! thoAn'mnn desert. its a ranch. and there are lots of Animals The young people have to get up early every morning. They have to help on the ranch for two hours Then they have .1 good breakfast. At leaat the food here is nice. After breakfast. they usually do their schoolwork until Iunchtune. After lunch they have to do more work on the ranch. In the evenings they do their homework and write letters home. It's boring and hard work at boot camp Melissa hates everything. and is rude and difficult. But every afternoon. after the ranch work. they learn to ride a horse. A! first. Melissa is scared. but later she begins to enjoy it After two months. Melissa feels happiem She loves her horse. and her schoolwork is much better She thinks about her mum a lot. and feels sorry in being so horrible to her. She wants to go home and go back to school. For Melissa and hundreds of teenagers like her. boot camp works. 2 Do the Reading exam task. 1 Read the text quickly to get a general idea of what it's about 2 Read the questions or sentences carefully and identify the pan ofthe text where you can find the answer. 3 Read the text again carefully. and look at the options. Cross out any options that you are sure are wrong. 4 If you aren't sure of an answer. try and guess. ; u /7“/2g. h’AI: 4 . _ READING exam task 3 49 5 Read the text and choose the correct answers: A. 8 or C. 1 What is ‘boot camp’? A A holiday camp. B A camp for difficult teenagers. C A place for teenagers to go out with their friends. 2 What problems does Melissa have? A She's difficult at home but enjoys school. 8 She's difficult at school but is happy at home. C She doesn't like school and she fights a lot with her mum. 3 when do the young people start work? A After breakfast. 8 when they want to. C When they get up. A when do they do their schoolwork? A In the morning and evening. 8 In the morning and afternoon. C In the morning. afternoon and evening. 5 How does Melissa feel about boot camp at first? A Sometimes it's boring, but Melissa enjoys it because the food is good. 8 She doesn't enjoy it at all. C It's hard work but she likes it. 6 Melissa A rides a horse every day. B doesn't ride a horse because she is scared. C doesn't ride a horse because she has to work on the ranch. 7 How does Melissa feel after two months at boot camp? A She wants to stay at boot camp and learn to ride. 8 She hates it and wants to go home. C She feels sorry for being difficult and wants to go home. . - 1.9 Work in pairs. Make a list of the subjects you study. What's your favourite subject? Read the Speaking exam task below and listen to Blanka in the exam. (She is Student 8 in the task. ) Correct the mistakes in 8lanka's sentences. 1 There is about 1,000 students in the school. X 2 We study about ten subiect. )1 3 I like the biology and maths. X 4 Lessons finish at half past three o'clock. I! Do the Speaking exam task. SPEAKING exam lasl. Work In pairs. Student A: Imagine you are a student from abroad visiting your school. Ask Student 8 about the school. Ask about: I the number of students at the school. 2 the subjects they study at the school. and Student 8'5 favourite subject. 3 the timetable — when lessons start and finish, break times and lunchtime. Student 3: Answer the questions.
  39. 39. T’ t t | . this turn rrrctuncs on I m e 0 p a r y . Voulnhry 0 clothes 0 adjectives 0 musical instruments 0 types of party 0 freealrne activities - prepositions or time Grlrntnnr 0 present continuous 0 (an/ 'ran'! - adverbs Spuklu 0 describing clothes I talking about the clothes you wear I making arrangements ‘(UB8 ' a party imitation VOCABULARY AND LISTENING Clothes 1 Match the clothes in the picture with the words from the 4 57’EAK'NG WOW in P3if5- Pl3Y 3 m9m0'Y §3"l9- Sludefll A: box, which items area‘; musrraredz Look at the picture in exercise 1 for a minute. then close your book. Student 8: Ask student A questions about the picture. Clothes blouse boots cap dress jacket leans jumper shirt shoes shorts skirt socks sweatshirt WW5 80la Dinkdrgss? “ i Christina- T-shirt tle top tracksuit bottoms trainers trousers i V _ What colour is Bill's sweatshirt? ) _lt's brown] no Vocabulary Builder (part 1): page 131: 5 Write sentences describing three people in the picture in exercise 1. Use the phrases from exercise 5 on page 6 to help you. -. ‘r'u. ‘ill “Wit ']J-: i‘ ii‘ "ii : rr. ‘. : ‘. . — 6 9 1.58 Listen to fourteenagers talking about their clothes. which two have to wear a uniform for school? 1 David 2 Maria 3 Peter I; Fiona 7 0 1.58 Listen again. What do they wear when they go out with friends? Complete the sentences with the correct clothes. 1 David usually wears or jeans. and a sweatshirt or a 2 Maria wears jeans or a , and sometimes a if it's a special occasion. Peter usually wears a and a jacket, and _ la Fiona usually wears jeans and a . sometimes a if it's cold. U) 8 SPEAKING Ask and answer the questions. 1 What do you usually wear to school? 2 What do you usually wear when you go out with friends? 3 What do you usually wear around the house? Don't include the classmate's name! 'i 11.11"" . "‘ . .{r ‘r r T. 'rrr: '- : ‘i. r:«'r. i:, :iv ‘res li"l‘l’)li' . c:' 2 0 1.57 Listen. repeat and checkyour answers. Check the at-"l at-irlr r-ii, meanings of any new words. 10 SPEAKING Read your description to the class. Can they - 3 Match the clothes in the picture with the colours. SW55 “"10 it is? r o no Vocabulary Builder (part 2): pageA1:3_1}r Colours pink red purple blue green yellow orange brown white grey black | 1'-.2'. l'r‘ ‘t U. ~ra' 5. "rd I ’ 38 ’ Unit 4 - Time to party‘ 9 Write one or two sentences describing a classmate's clothes.
  40. 40. GRAMMAR Present continuous 1 9 1.59 Read and listen to the phone conversation. Where's lane? Where's Alan? Alan lane Alan lane Alan lane Alan lane Alan lane Alan lane Hello? Hi Alan. Where are you? I'm at Sarah's party. but I'm not having a good time. Why not? I don't know many people here and I don't like the music. Is Kate at the party? Yes. She's dancing. What are you doing? I'm sitting in the living room with my parents. We're watching TV. It's a boring documentary. Do you want to meet up for a coffee? Sure. Where shall we meet? At the cafe near the cinema. OK. I'm leaving the house now. See you in about fifteen minutes. 2 Read the rule and complete the examples in the Leam this! box with verbs from the text in exercise 1. LEARN iHlS“ Present continuous We fonn the present continuous with the verb be and the verb + -ing. affirmative I'm * She 1 we're 3 negative | A the house now. dancing. W. having a good time. interrogative what 5 Use We use the present continuous to talk about actions that are happening now. doing? 3 Read the spelling rules for the present continuous in the Look out! box. Underline one more example of each rule in the conversation in exercise 1. @ Sp-ailing rules’ verb ¢ -mg - Most verbs: + -ing walchqwatching 0 Verbs ending in -e: e—+-ing write—»writing - Verbs ending in short vowel + consonant: double consonant + -ing swim—; swimming 4 listen and match the sounds with the verbs. l r. a he/ playtheguitar b she/ sing c he/ shout d they/ chat e he/ eat f she/ dogymnastics Now write sentences using the present continuous. l - lv E-l'.4.’s 5lI‘i:3il'A.3 6 write true sentences about what is happening now. Use the present continuous. affirmative or negative. 1 I/ wear a sweatshirt I in wax‘ rt] .2 awcatslm film not ‘N. ’-JFIH9 J sucatshrt I/ sit next lo a boy 6 I/ wear/ trainers the teacher] smile 7 my parents/ work we/ study/ maths 8 my friends and I/ eat the sun/ shine II§-Uh-I 0 Grammar Builder (AB): page 1114 7 SPENU NG Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the people in the picture. Use verbs from the box. carry chat drink eat laugh play sit smile stand walk wear what's Kate wearing? What's David doing? 8 Write a short description of one of the people in the photo. Include this information: 0 his or her physical appearance (tall. short. short/ long hair. etc. ) Unit A - Time to party! < 39 ' 0 his or her clothes 0 what he or she is doing
  41. 41. EHZIEIIE Read the speaking tip below. Then describe the photo using words from the box. nouns audience band stage singer verbs clap sing play stand dance sll wear You can use these phrases to talk about different parts of a photo: On the left/ right. Ican see In the foreground. there is/ are In the background. there is/ are -tridiine on i. and it lasts for three days. About 150,000 people come from all over the UK and Europe to hear the bands and singers on three enormous stages. But there isn't only music - there are also comedy shows, plays and circus acts. In total there are 380 performances. I Al I stands for’World of Music. Arts and Dance’. Every year there are WOMAD festivals in several different countries. You can hear many different kinds of music at WOMAD festivals, for example, bands like Baaba Maal from Senegal and Chambao from Spain. The International Dance and Music Festival takes place in Rexburg, Idaho, in the USA. About 300 folk dancers from around the world come there and perform their dances. They dance in teams - one team from each country. The festival lasts for two weeks and people come from all over the USA to see the dancers perform. INTERESTING FACTS Read the text. which festival is for: 1 folk dancing? 2 pop and rock music? 3 world music? Answer the questions. Where does Glastonbury Festival take place? How many people come to Glastonbury every year? What does WOMAD stand for? Where do WOMAD festivals take place? Where does the international Dance and Music Festival take place? 6 How long does the dance festival last? §}I_7.-KEIIIE Ask and answer the questions. 1 What music festivals are there in your country? 2 When and where do they take place? 3 What type of music do the singers and bands play? vlb-WM» 9 1.61 Listen and complete the song with the -ing forms from the box. lam dying I am flying I am sailing passing trying we are sailing 1 ———': f» v V‘ ' . fflf'fh9 lg I I Home again across the sea 1 stormy waters. To be near you. to be free. I 2 Like 8 bird across the sea I 3 high clouds. To be near you. to be tree can you hear me. can you hear me? through the dark night, far away’ . forever 5 To be with you - who can say’ Can you hear me, can you near me? Through the dark night. far away’ ‘ forever 5 To be with you - who can say’ 6 6 Home again across the sea ‘ stormy waters. To be near you. to be free Oh Lord. to be near you. to be free Oh lord, to be near you. to be free What is the song saying? Choose a. b or c. Can you think of other songs with the same message? a I'm sailing because I love the see b I'm coming to you because I ‘»: -.-. = I‘: »»4. c I'm flying like a bird because “ "ee.

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