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Clive Oxenden Christina Latham-Koenig

with Jane Hudson

New

ENGLISH FILE



Beginner Workbook with key

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English File 1 (pub. 1996) and English File 2 (pub. 1997).                                                                                                         UNIVERSITY PRESS


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

The authors would like to thank all those at Oxford University Press who have contributed their skills and ideas to producing this course. Very special thanks from Clive to Maria Angeles, Lucia, and Eric, and from Christina to Cristina, for all their help and encouragement. Christina would also like to thank her children Joaquin, Marco, and Krysia for their constant inspiration.

The Publisher would like to thank the followingfor their permission to reproduce photographs: Alamy pp 22 (Tim Hill/sugar lumps, Jennie Hart/cyclist, Eyebyte/ old lady), 25 (MBI/woman in flower shop, Roger Bamber/factory worker, Mediacolours|teacher), 28 (Bubbles|nurse); Catherine Blackie pp 13 (photos);

Getty Images pp 8 (Hans Peter Merten), 12 (Siri Stafford|book), 13 (DK Images/ London taxi), 22 (Iconicanom Grill/meat, Martin Mistretta[beer, Stone/Smari/ bread, StockFood Creative|Ulrike Schmid/rice), 24 (Osaka), 25 (Mark Scott/ Administrator), 37 (Bridgeman Art Library), 38 (Aurora/lÿ Milford), 39 (fravelpix|

Central Park, Image Bank/Jeff SpielmanlChinatown), 47 (National Geographic/

Peter V. Bianchi), 50 (Film Magic/Bruce Glikas/Britney Spears, AFP/Yuri Cortez/

Iron Maiden, Wirelmage/Shirlaine ForrestlSting, Live 8/REM, Wirelmage/Don

Arnold|Rod Stewart, Kevin Winter/U2, AFP/Andrew Alvarez, Wirelmage|

Kevin Mazur/Radiohead, Frazer Harrison/Coldplay), 51 (Wirelmage|Mark

Venema/Coldplay), 57 (Image Bank/John Lund); Istockphoto pp 12 (table), 13 (laptop, credit cards), 35, 43, 53 (Man painting); OUP pp 12 (coat) 13 (USA taxi), 19 (woman in call centre and woman on phone), 22 (coffee), 29 (Oscar and Daisy), 39 (Empire State Building), 53 (camping); PA Photos p 25 (lawyer); Photolibrary.com pp 10 (Image Source Pink), 21 (Rubberball), 22 (Fresh Food Images/cornflakes/cheese, Photodisc/young woman/boy), 24 (Photodisc| woman), 25 (Image Source Black/Doctor, waiter, Digital Visionlnurse), 26 (Image Source Pink/clock) 34 (Somos Images), 53 (Westend61/Cycling);

Punchstock p 22 (Digital Vision/Simon Brown/wine), 25 (Digital Vision/student);

Science Photo Library p 33 (NASA)

Commissioned photography by: Gareth Boden p 12 (glasses)

Illustrations by: Cartoonstock|lan Baker pp 5, 14 (left), 49; Mark Duffin pp 32

(left), 34, 44, 45, 55 (notice board), 59; Hand Made Maps pp 6, 46, 57, 58; Joanna

Kerr pp 11, 20, 22, 54; Meildejohn Illustration/ Peter Ellis pp 26, 29, 39; Ellis

Nadler - Pronunciation symbols; George Onions pp 14 (right), 17, 37; Gavin

Reece pp 16; Mark Ruffle pp 38, 56; Colin Shelbourn pp 13, 18, 28, 33, 40, 55;

Kath Walker Illustration pp 4, 6, 12, 15, 24, 30, 31, 32 (right), 41, 48; Annabel

Wright p 52

Picture research and illustrations commissioned by: Cathy Blackie

Designed by: Bryony Newhouse Edited by: Clare Nielsen-Marsh


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1 GRAMMAR verb be. I and you

a     Rewrite the sentences with contractions.

1  1 am Anna.

I'm Anna.

2  You are not in Room 2. You aren't in Room 2. 3 1 am not a teacher.

4   You are in Room 6.

5   l am Ben.

6   You are not in Room 3.

7   1 am not Katie.

8   You are late.

b     Write negative sentences or questions 1 1'm late.

I'm not late.

2   You're English.

Are you English?

3   1'm Olivia. [A

8 1'm in a taxi. [A

c     


Complete the dialogues.

I Excuse me. Are you Angela? No, I'm not  I'm Sarah.

3 Excuse mea my

teacher?

      Yes,                     . I'm David.

5 Hello.late?

      Yes,                         You're very late!

7 Hi.Emily. Hi.Sam.

Study Link

Students Book p.88


2 Hello. I'mBrad. Hi. I'mLucy. Nice to meet you.

4 Hi.Jessica. Are you Oliver?

        No,                      I'm James.

6 Excuse me.in Room 5? No,          . You're in Room 6.

8 Hello.                          Dan?

Yes,Nice to meet

you.

Grammar Bank IA


2 VOCABULARY numbers 0-10

a      Order the letters to make numbers.

1     VEFI      five

2     NEO           one

3     NET

4     WOT

5     GEHIT

6     REHET

7     INEN

8     VENES

9     UROF

10 REZO

b     Complete the series.         

1     one two three      four

2     eight six four      two

3     six seven eight

4     one three five

5     eight seven six

6     seven five three

7     two four six

8     nine seven five

Study Link

Students Book p.102

Vocabulary Bank

3 PRONUNCIATION word stress;

/h/, /oÖ/, and ID/

a      Underline the stressed syllable and complete the chart. Practise saying the words.

excuse he-I-le hotel late nice photo seven s-eyy

 

no

 

sorry

 

hello

b     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for house, phone, and clock.

Study Link

Studen(s Book p.117

Sound Bank

Words and phrases to learn

a     Complete the dialogues.

1 A Am I in Room 8?

B No. You're in Room 6. 2 A What's your n a m e?

B Charlie.

3   A Hi. I'm Lewis.

. I'm Grace.

4   A You're in Room 1.

B   OK. Th  you.

5   A Hi. I'm Toby Logan.

B   Hello. I'm Chloe Jones. N to meet you.

6   A I'm Malgorzata.

B   S? What's your name?

7   A Am I in Room 7? , you are.

8   A Sorry. Am I I

B   Yes, you are. What's your name?

b     Complete the spaces with Sorry?, Sorry, or Excuse me.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1 A Excuse me. Are you Tom? 2 A Hello. Are you Tom? B No, I'm not.C Yes, 1 am.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.

A Oh. Sorry.A Hi. I'm Emma. Nice to meet you.

1            


VOCABULARY countries a Complete the crossword.

b Complete the sentences with a country.

1            He's from Beijing. He's from China

2            They're from Rio. They're from Brazil

3            1'm from New York. I'm from

4            She's from Madrid. She's from

5            We're from Moscow. We're from 6 He's from Warsaw. He's from

7   You're from Cancun. You're from from Mexico.

8   They're from Istanbul. They're from

Study Link Student's Book p.103 Vocabulary Bank

2             GRAMMAR verb be: he, she, it a Complete the sentences.

b     Complete the dialogues with 's, is, or isn't.

Matt in our class?

           B No, he isn't         . He's              in class B.

the teacher from the United States?

           B No, she                    . She                    from

England.

     3 A Where                Osaka?                 it

in Japan?

B Yes, it your name Andrew?

B No, it

c     Write the questions. Then answer with the information in brackets.

1   Fernando Alonso / Spain? (u Oviedo) Is Fernando Alonso from Spain? Yes, he is. He's from Oviedo.

2   Acapulco / Brazil? (X Mexico) Is Acapulco in Brazil?

No it isn't. It's in Mexico.

3   Michael Phelps / the United States?

(V Baltimore)

4   Istanbul / Hungary? (X Turkey)

5   the Colosseum / Italy? (V Rome)

6   Kate Moss / England? (V London)

7   Gdansk / Russia? (X Poland)

8   Kyoto / the United States? (X Japan)

Study Link Student's Book p.88

Grammar Bank 1B

3 PRONUNCIATION h/ and

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds forfish and bike.

b     Circle the word with a different sound.

(SAY

Brazil China Italy

hi I it

 

six nine

Mexico

England

five nice

Liverpool

in hi

Study Link

Student's Book p.117 Sound Bank

Words and phrases to learn

Match the questions to the answers.

1           Where are you from?a It's in Mexico.

2           Where in Russia?b He's from Liverpool.

3           Where is Guadalajara?c No, he isn't.

4           Where's she from?d Yes, it's fantastic. 5 Is he from Turkey?e No, I'm not.

6           Is it good?f I'm from Russia.

7          


Are you from Poland?g I'm from Moscow. 8 Where's he from? [2 h She's from Brazil.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1   A Where are you from?

B   I'm from the USA.

A   Where in the USA?

B   I'm from California.

2   A Where's Maria from? B She's from Mexico.

3   A Is Alex from Poland?

B   No, he isn't. He's from Hungary.

 Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.


I VOCABULARY nationalities                                                       2

Complete the puzzle. What's the mystery word?

a

b

I Miguel's from Spain. He's

2 Yoshika's from Japan. She's 3 Fabio's from Italy. He's

4 Paolo's from Brazil. He's 5 Dorota's from Poland. She's                         c

6      Jiao's from China. She's       

7      Edvard's from Hungary. He's

8      George is from England. He's

9      Mikaela's from Mexico. She's     

10   Karen's from Britain. She's          

Il Fatima's from Turkey. She's

12   Leanne's from the United States. She's       

13   Anton's from Russia. He's             

Study Link

Studen{s Book p.103 Vocabulary Bank

GRAMMAR verb be: we, you, they; negatives (all persons)

Write positive sentences. Use contractions.

1   they / from Italy

They'refrom Italy,

2   1 / in Room 7

I'm in Room 7.

3   he / Brazilian

4   we / late

5   you / in Class A

6   1 / a teacher

7   Millie / from England

8   they / in Room 10

Complete the sentences with the negative of be.

1   No, I'm not      from Spain.

2   No, she isn't     late.

3   No, we              Mexican.

4   No, they       American.

5   NO, he              a teacher.

6   No, you            in Room 7.

7   No, it in Hungary.

Polish.

Order the words to make questions.

I Andrei / Is / Russia / from Is Andreifrom Russia?

2    American / Are / they

Are thev American?

3    three / we / Are / room / in

4    's / from / Where / she

5    you / Japan / from / Are

6    Brazilian / Isabella / Is

7    in / Florence / Is / Italy

8    name / 's / your / What

d Match the answers to the questions in c.

a Yes, we are. b Joshua.

c   She's from Mexico,

d  Yes, it is.

e  No, I'm not.

f    Yes, he is.

g  Yes, they are.

h  No, she isn't.

Study Link

Student's Book p.88 Grammar Bank IC

3 PRONUNCIATION word stress; /e/, /il/,

a     Underline the stressed syllable. Which word is different?

1   China sorry excuse seven

2   Japan        hotel goodbye

3   Brazil photo Turkey breakfast

4   goodbye English hello Chinese

5   Italy holiday Mexican fantastic

6   Hungarian American Japanese Brazilian

7   Russia England Turkish thirteen

b     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for egg, tree, and shower.

c     Write the words under the correct sound.

American Spanish Chinese fifteen English seven meet nationality twenty

Study Link Student's Book p.117 Sound Bank

4 VOCABULARY numbers 11-20

a Complete the missing vowels. 1 13 thirte en 6 19 n n

2     11 eleven         7 18 —ghtn

3     14 f rt             n             8 15 f ft n

4     12      9          tw_nty

5     16 s Xt n          s v nt    n b Write the numbers.

1   six + five = eleven       5 eight + nine =

2 eight + six = fourteen

6 six + seven =

=

3   nine + ten —        7 seven + nine

4   four + eight =       8 ten + ten =

Study Link

Studen(s Book p.102 Vocabulary Bank

Words and phrases to learn

Match the sentences to the responses.

1           You're in room 476.

2           Am I late?

3           When is breakfast?

4           We're on holiday.

5           1'm Nicole and this is Steve.

6           Goodbye.

7           Is the hotel good? a Bye Stuart. Have a nice day. b Yes, it's fantastic. c Hi. Nice to meet you.

d Is it a double room? e We're on holiday too.

f     Yes, you are. Hurry up!

g   It's from 8 to 10.

UStENiAN

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I A Are you American?

B   No, we aren't. We're English.

A   Where are you from?

B   We're from London.

2   A Where are Luis and Angela? Are they in room 2?

B   No, they aren't. They're in room 5. A Oh, thanks.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.



1 THE ALPHABET

a Complete the chart with the letters from the list.

2 SPELLING YOUR NAME

a Complete the dialogue with the words from the list.

geed you room morning sorry? name spell yesef--ya-tien surname thank

A 1 Good morning. I have a 2 reservation . B Good . What's your 4 , please? A Ryan Cotton.

A    Ryan Cotton.

B    How do you 6                 your 7

A    C-O-T-T-O-N.

B    OK. 8         you, Mr Cotton. You're in 9                     15.

A Thank 10

b    Write questions.

1   your surname

How do you spell your surname

2   your first name

3   your city

4   your country

c     Spell the answers to b.


3 VOCABULARY classroom language a Label the pictures.


12


34


56


      7                    8


b Complete the instructions.


close go leek open sit down stand

1    Lookat the board, please.

2    the door.

3 your books.

4       to page 20. 5 up.

6 , please.


Study Link

Listen to the dialogue on the MultiROM.

A     Good morning.

B     Hello. I have a reservation.

A     What's your name?

B     Dan Brett.

A     How do you spell your surname?

B     B-R-E-doub1e T.

A  You're in room seventeen.

B   Thank you. Goodbye. A Bye. Have a nice day.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.

Study Link

Don't forget that your MultiROM and

website have lots of exercises and activities.

MultiROM

Grammar Quiz File 1

Vocabulary Banks

Numbers

Countries and nationalities

Things

Sound Bank

Practical English File 1

Words and phrases File 1

www.oup.com/englishfile/beginner

Grammar File 1 verb be: I and you verb be: he, she, it verb be: we, you, they, negatives

Vocabulary File 1

Numbers

Countries and nationalities

Things

Pronunciation Practical English File 1

.and more activities and games.


I VOCABULARY small things

Complete the crossword.

Clues across -+

3              9

4

6

Study Link  Students Book p.104 Vocabulary Bank

2 GRAMMAR singular and plural nouns; a / an, the

a Write a or an.

1    a pen       6          identity card

2               an umbrella        7             watch

3               chair  8          country

4               dictionary      9          email

5               key    10        holiday

b     Write the plurals of the words in a.

1                                                                    Pens         6

2                                                                    7

3                                                                    8

4                                                                    9

5                                                                    10

c     Write questions and answers.

            4


StUdyLink

3 PRONUNCIATION /z/ and /s/, plural endings

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for zebra and snake.

b     Practise saying these plural words.

 

/iz/

names

books

glasses

windows

laptops

watches

keys

clocks

pieces

holidays

coats

classes

 A Wh a t is it?

B Sit down and open it.

3 A What a they? B They're glasses.

CUSTOMS

 

2 A What's i your bag? B Pens and a laptop.

4 A The door isn't open. B No problem. a key.


Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I A What's in your bag?

B I have pens, books, and a mobile phone.

2 A What is it?

B I think it's an umbrella.  3 A What are they?

B They're photos of my holiday.


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I GRAMMAR my,your, his, her, etc.

1

my

you

your

he

1

2

her

it

3

4

our

you

5

6

their

a Complete the chart.

b

1 That's my               laptop!            2 Are they                      keys?

3 What's                        name?         4 Is it                       car?

5 This ishouse.                  6 children are beautiful!

8 Look atbags.

P-90 Grammar Bank 2B

2 VOCABULARY people and family

singular

plural

boy

1 boys

2

girls

man

3

4

women

child

5

6

friends

person

8

boyfriends

a     Complete the chart.

b     Complete the sentences.

1 Eve's my mother     

5 Alexis my

2 Grace is my 

6 George is my

3    Charlotte's my          

4    Ben's my

7 Sophie's my

                                                           ALEX                   SOPHIE

Study Link

Student's Book p.105 Vocabulary Bank

3 PRONUNCIATION /ð/, W, and

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for mother, up, and computer.

b     Practise saying these words.

 

 

 

that

mother

woman

brother

umbrella

remember

there

Hungary

daughter

4 GRAMMAR possessives

a     Complete the sentences.

I David is Victoria's husband. Victoria is David's wife

2   Jon is Angelina's father. Angelina is

3   Julio is Enrique's father.

Enrique is

4   Helena is Tim's wife.

Tim is

5   Janet is Michael's sister.

Michael is

6   Apple is Gwyneth's daughter.

Gwyneth is

7   Daniel is Natasha's brother. Natasha is

8   Stella is Paul's daughter.

Paul is

b    Look at the 's in the sentence. Write A (possessive) or B (is).

1 Amy's husband is Japanese. 2 ICs a fantastic film.

3           Dylan 's on holiday.

4           This is my sister?s room. 5 Molly's daughter is six.

6 What's in your bag? 7 Emma's late.

8 The boys are Matt's friends.

with the phrases in the list.

theæ Thanks. I can't remember. Who's this? over there That's

my pen!

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I A What's your son's name?

B His name's Adam. 2 A Who's Paul?

B He's my sister's husband.

3 A Who's this?

B It's Rebecca. She's my brother's girlfriend.

4 A Is Katie your wife?

B No, she's my daughter.

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I VOCABULARY colours and common adjectives a Rewrite the sentences with the colour.

1 Mypenis ULBE.

My pen is blue 2 Jamie's mobile is DR E.

3   Your glasses are NEREG.

4   Zoe's bag is TEHIW.

5   My father's umbrella is KLBAC.

6   Their car is WELOYL.

7   Her coat is ENOGRA.

8   His watch is WBORN.

b                                                Complete the opposite sentences.

1   Their house isn't big.

It's small

2   His mobile isn't old.

It's

3   My girlfriend isn't short.

She's

4   That book isn't very good.

It's very

5   Harvey's laptop isn't cheap.

It's

6   Their car isn't slow.

It's

7   My coat isn't short.

It's

c                                               
words.

3 Her boyfriend is very

4 My brother is very b

       I Your umbrella is fantastic !                 2 Have a n                     day!

5 Leo's wife is b6 This film is very g

Study Link

Studen{s Book p.106 Vocabulary Bank.

2 GRAMMAR adjectives

a Right (V) or wrong (X)? Correct the wrong sentences.

1          It's a big bag.

2          She's a woman beautiful. X She's a beautiful woman.

3          It's an umbrella cheap.

4          They're terribles boys. 5 It's an orange mobile.

6   She's a mother good.

7   Oscar's a nice person.

8   The windows are olds.


IS Rewrite the sentences.

Tae man is good-looking.

with a word from the list.

He-s a good-looking man

The pens are red.       diÆeHl-t favourite French popular German dangerous Theyyre red pens

3 The people are fantastic!

I A Are you learning Chinese?

Tnev're

B Yes, I am but it's very 4 The dictionary is good.

difficult It's

5          The watches are expensive.

They're

6          The girl is nice.    2 A Is Marta

          She's                                                                                                                                                    B No, she's

7          The coat is yellow.              She's from Berlin.

It's

8          The cars are fast.

They're

3 A I have a new motorbike.

Study Link

Student's Book p.90

B I think motorbikes are

Grammar Bank 2C very

3 PRONUNCIATION /æ/, /el/, /Œ/, and /01/

a Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM.

 

4 A What's your

car?

Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for cat, train, car, and horse.

b Circle the word with a different sound.

1   black bag

2   table card same

3   taxi football bag

4   thanks name paper

5   are car board

6   small family tall

7   father stand nationality

8   late day fantastic

Sound Bank

1

B A Mini.

5 A Who's that?

B It's Sue. She's very

 

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I A What colour's your car?

B It's a blue Passat.

2   A What's your dream car?

B It's a Mini. It's small and it's easy to park.

3   A Who's your favourite person?

B My sister. She's beautiful and she's very nice.

    I INTRODUCING PEOPLE            2 VOCABULARY phone numbers, 21-100


a Complete the dialogues.

1 A Hi Jake. How are you?

B Fine, t

And you?

3 ATis my

sister.

her name?

b Match the sentences.

1   Hello.

2   How are you?

3   This is my sister.

4   What's your name?

5   Are you married?

6   How old are you?

7   What's your phone number?

8   See you soon.

a Put the dialogue in the correct order.

Your home number.

Sorry, can you say that again?

[7 Yes, it's 01752 336384.

What's your phone number? a 01752 336384.

My home number or my mobile?

b Write the phone numbers.

1   eight two seven double three oh   827330

2   five six two three double two              

3   nine double one five six three     

2 A Sorry Max. I'm in a

5 four nine six seven double eight

 

h

6 double two nine double oh four

 

B OK. Syou soon.

c         Complete the numbers.

 

 

       1 20 tw enty                        5

t

4   double seven three oh eight two  

2     90 6 80 el

3     40 fo t 7             f              t

4     100 a hu       r           8 30 th  t

d Write the numbers.

1   seventy-four     74

2   sixty-eight        

4 A How 0              are

4 fifty-six

you?

5   forty-three

6   twenty-seven

3   eighty-nine   

twenty-one.

7    seventy-five

8    thirty-two

Study Link

a   No, I'm not.Students Book p.102 Vocabulary Bank

b   Bye. c Hi.

d Nice to meet you. e Anna. f Fine, thanks. g I'm twenty-four. h It's 655 859125.


3 PERSONAL INFORMATION


Complete the questions.

A          1 What's your name?

B           My name's Keira Richards. A Thank you. 2 are from?

B I'm English. I'm from Manchester.

A    What's your 3

B    It's 31 Kippax Street.

postcode?

B It's             6JG.

 

old

B I'm twenty-five.

B No, I'm not.

you?

married?

A What's your 7

number?

B My home number or my mobile number?

A          Your home number. B It's 061 903882.

mobile number?

B          It's 07730 389273. A What's your 9 address? B k.richards@hotmail.com.

Listen to the dialogue on the MultiROM.

A   Hello. What's your name?

B    s Hello. I'm David Green.

A    What's your address?

B    It's 45 North Road.

A   What's your home phone number?

B    It's 883065.

A What's your email address? B It's dgreen@hotmail.com.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rbythm.

p.60 Grammar and Vocabulary revision quiz

Don't forget that your MultiROM and website have lots of exercises and activities.

MultiROM

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1 GRAMMAR present simple: I and you a Complete the sentences. Use each verb once.

drink have like li-ye want

b     Write the questions.

1 A I don't have a laptop.

B Do you havea computer? 2 A I don't live in the centre.

near here? 3 A I don't want a beer.

a Coke?

4    A I don't like Chinese food.

Mexican food?

5    A I don't drink tea.

coffee?

c    


Complete the dialogue with do or don't.

A    Hi, Jessica. This is my new boyfriend Max.

B    Hello, Max. Nice to meet you.

C    HI

B          1 Doyou live near here, Max? c No, | 2  . I live in the centre.

you have a car?

C          Yes, 1 4 you want a coffee, Jessica?

B    Yes,please.

A And you Max?

C    No, thanks. | 6    drink coffee.

A Oh. Do you want a tea?

C No thanks. | 7              like tea. A OK. What 8   you want?

C I want a water, please. A Fine.

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Studen(s Book p.92 Grammar Bank 3A

2 VOCABULARY common verbs 1 a Write the verbs.

1  I watchTV in the evening.

2  1  a new bike. 3 1 pop music.

4 1   in a house. 5 1  tea.

6 1   history.

7 1   cats.

8 1   a lot of chocolate.

b Complete the sentences.

       1 I listen to                    classical music.

      2 I don't                               beer.

3    Do youin a bank?

4    1             English with my teacher.

5    I don't a newspaper. 6 Do you             CNN?

7 1 two brothers and a sister. 8 A Do you a coffee? B Yes, please.

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Student's Book p.107 Vocabulary Bank

3 READING

a Read the interview and write the questions in the correct space.

Where are you from? Do you like it?

Do you have children? Where do you work?

Interview with a hairdresser

What's your name?

My name's Anastazia, Anna for short.

2

I'm from Warsaw. It's a big city, but I like it.

3

Yes, am. My husband is Russian. His name is Ivan. He's from Moscow.

4

Yes, we do. We have a little boy. His name is David. He's two.

5

I work in a hairdresser's in the city centre. It's a very good hairdresser's, but it's very small.

6

Yes, I do. I work with my friends and I speak to a lot of new people every day. It's very interesting .

b Look at the highlighted words and phrases. What do you think they mean? Check with your dictionary.

4 PRONUNCIATION /u:/, /w/, and

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for boot, witch, and vase.

b     Circle the six words with the boot sound.

sorry

        football            excuse                  you                 study

      hurry           beautiful          good          newspaper

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Words and phrases to learn Complete the dialogues.

1 A Do you want a coffee?

B Yes please you OK?

B No, I'm not.

3 A I have ten children.

? Ten! 4 A What's her name?

B    I don't k

6   A Sorry I'm late.

B    Don't w . Sit down.

7   A Do you want a drink?

B    No th

8   A It's late. Are you ready?

B    No I'm not. W

9   A What's the pr

B    I don't like dogs.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I A Do you listen to the radio?

B Yes, I do. I listen to Radio 4. 2 A Do you live near here?

B No, I don't. I live in the centre.

3 A Do you drink coffee?

B No, I don't. I drink tea. I don't like coffee.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.


b What do they have for lunch? Complete the words.

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Studenft Book p.108 Vocabulary Bank

2 PRONUNCIATION word stress;

/tJ/, /d3/, and /g/

a     Underline the stressed syllable and then complete the chart. Practise saying the words.

beautiful sausages     expensive fantastic       important hamburger    remember difficult umbrella yegetables terrible

 

 

yegetables

potatoes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for chess, jazz, and girl.

c     Circle the word with a different sound.

1   Hungary hamburger orange

2   Germany cheese lunch

3   vegetables sugar juice

4   dangerous girl bag

5   cheap eggs French

6   Japanese Chinese children

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3 GRAMMAR present simple: we, you, they

a     Write sentences. Use the verbs from the list.

drink have listen to live read  work

1 We/ a new flat

We want a new flat.

2    Jack and Anne / TV in the evening [3 lack and Anne don't watch TV in the evening.

3    You / a salad for lunch E]

6   You / in a bank E]

7   We / a newspaper E]

8   My brothers and sisters / near here E]

b    Complete the questions.

I A Do they live             in France? B No, they live in Germany.

children? B Yes we do — two boys and a girl.

English? B Yes, they do. Their English is very good.

coffee for

breakfast?

B   Yes, we do - coffee with milk.

a new car?

B Yes, our car is very old.

economics? B No, they study history.

7 in a school? B Yes, they do. They're teachers.

dogs?

B Yes, we do. We love dogs!

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Student's Book p.92 Grammar Bank 3B

Words and phrases to learn

Complete the interview.

Interviewer

What do you eat every day, Ryan?

Ryan

well, 1 for                  breakfast I have coffee and

cereal. At the 2 w                       I have bacon and

 

eggs.

Interviewer

What do you have for lunch?

Ryan

. When I'm at 4 11

I have a salad. When I'm at 5 w

 

I have a sandwich with my friends.

Interviewer

Do you eat meat or fish for dinner?

Ryan

I like meat or fish, but I eat a 6 1 of vegetables too. I like vegetables.

Interviewer

Do you have dinner at home?

Ryan

Yes, I do. I live with my wife, Marcia, so we

always have dinner 7 t

LIST

EN

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1 A What do you have for breakfast?

B We have cereal and orange juice.

3    A Do your brothers and sisters drink tea?

B   No, they don't. They drink coffee.

4    A Do you eat a lot of fruit?

B   Yes, we do. We like fruit.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.


1 GRAMMAR present simple: he, she, it

a      Look at the chart and complete the sentences.     1 Ben doesn't read      novels.

beer.

 

Ben

Sarah

READ NOVELS

DRINK BEER

WATCH SPORT ON TV

STUDY LANGUAGES

LIKE BIG CITIES

sport on TV. languages.

big cities.

6    Sarah     novels.

7    She         beer.

8    She      sport on TV.

9    She         languages.

                                                                                                                     10 She                                                      big cities.

b     Complete the text.   c Complete the dialogue with do, does, don't, or doesn't.

                                                                                                                      Brad      Hello. I'm Brad.

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Molly Hi. I'm Molly.

                                                                                                                      Brad     What 1 do you do, Molly?

Molly I'm a doctor.

Brad 2          you have brothers and sisters, Molly? Molly Yes, I have a brother.

Brad What 3 he do? Molly He's a student.

                                                                                                                      Brad      4                     he live at home?

Molly No, he 5He lives in a student flat.

Brad Where 6 your mother and father live, Molly? Molly They have a house near here. I live there too.

                                                                                                                      Brad      7                     you like it?

                                                                                                                      Molly  No, 1 8                                   I want a flat for me.

Students Book p.92 Grammar Bank 3C

2 PRONUNCIATION 3rd person -s

a      Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for zebra and snake.

b     Circle the 3rd person verbs that end in /IZ/.

closes drinks finishes teaches listens opens watches

Studen{s Book p.117 Sound Bank


3 VOCABULARY jobs and places of work

a      Look at the pictures and complete the puzzle.

What's the mystery word?

b     Complete the sentences with a place of work.

I A nurse works in a hospital

2   A teacher works in a s 3 A waiter works in a r

4   My brother works in a f

5   A policeman works in the s

6   A shop assistant works in a s

7   A lawyer works in an o

8   My sister works at h

c      Complete the sentences with at, in, or for.

1 My father works in    an office. 2 Jessica's           university.

3           I don't work in an office. I workhome.

4           A policeman worksthe street.

5           My boyfriend worksa hospital.

6           The children areschool.

7           Grace worksVodafone. 8 My sister worksa shop.

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Words and phrases to learn

Complete the dialogues.

    1 A Where do you        work

B   I work ian office in the city centre.

3   A Does your boyfriend speak English?

B   Yes, he speaks English v

4   A Where does your company have offices?

B   We have offices all over t

5   A What do y

B   I'm a lawyer.

6   A Do you like your job?

B   Yes, I like it v

7   A Do you spon the phone a lot? B Yes, 1 do.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM. I A What does your brother do?

B   He's at university. He's a student.

2 A ANhere does your sister work?

B She works in an office in the city centre.

3 A Does Martin like his job?

B Yes, he does. He likes it very much.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rbythm.


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        I TELLING THE TIME                   b Complete the dialogues.

a Complete the times.

I It's half

                   past           nine.

3 Its

eleven. o

5 Its

five.

7 Its two.

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2 VOCABULARY days of the week

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4   AYUSDRTA

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Common verbs I b Continue the series. Food and drink

        I Friday, Saturday, Sunday                                                                                  ' Jobs and places of work

2           Monday, Tuesday,               Sound Bank

3           Tuesday, Wednesday,        Practical English File 3

4           Monday, Wednesday,        Words and phrases File 3

5           Tuesday, Thursday,

6           Sunday, Monday,

3 PRONUNCIATION silent consonants

a     Cross out the silent letters in the words.


I            h aXf 2 li sXe n

3    talk

4    Wednesday

5    school    

6    know      

7    write 8 white

b     Practise saying the words in a.

LISTE/ThND REPEAT

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I            A Excuse me. What time is it?

B It's quarter past eleven.

A    Thanks.

B    You're welcome.

2 A What time is it?

B Sorry, I don't know. I don't have a watch.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.

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4


1 VOCABULARY a typical day a Complete the verb phrases.

b     Write the words in the chart.

bæakfas-t Ce—weyk a shower home to university lunch to the gym dinner to bed a coffee

Have

GO

breakfast

to work

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

c     Complete the text.

    I'm Hannah and I'm a nurse. I work at night      


and I sleep during the dayfl i fmsh_ work at eight o'clockin the morning and then I

                                  home to bed. 1 3                             up

 Book p.lll Vocabulary Bank

2 PRONUNCIATION vowel sounds

a     Write the words under the correct sound.

shower bed dinner

 

breakfast

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b    Practise saying the words in a.

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3 GRAMMAR adverbs of frequency

a      Rewrite the sentences. Use the words in brackets.

I have cereal for breakfast. (always) I always have cerealfor breakfast.

2   Amy goes to the gym. (never)

3   They do housework at the weekend. (sometimes)

4   Jamie watches TV in the evening. (usually)

5   You make the dinner. (never)

6   My sister goes to work by train. (usually)

7   We go to bed late. (always)

8   1 have a sandwich for lunch. (sometimes)

b     Look at the chart and complete the sentences.

a newspaper.

newspaper.

Words and phrases to learn

Complete the interview.

A    Tony, 1 what time do you get up at the weekend?

B    I usually get up 2 a nine o'clock.

A    Do you have breakfast 3 byou have a shower?

B    No, I don't. First I have a shower, and 4 t1 have breakfast.

A   What do you usually wear?

B    I always 5 wjeans and a T-shirt.

A    What do you do 6 abreakfast?

B    I usually 7 clthe house.

A   What do you do in the afternoon?

B    I often go 8 0and I sometimes go to the gym. A What do you do in the evening?

B I sometimes go to a 9 clwith my friends. Then, before go to bed, I always 10 1 the doors.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I A What time do you get up?

B I usually get up at eight o'clock.

2   A What time does your brother finish work?

B   He finishes at six, but he sometimes works late.

3   A Do you have tea for breakfast?

B   No, never. I always have coffee.

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1 GRAMMAR word order in questions

a     Write questions. Put the words in brackets in the correct place.

1     What time does start? (the class) What time does the class start?

2     Is Italian? (your boyfriend)

3     Do live in the city centre? (you)

4     Are at school? (the children)

5     Where does work? (your mother)

6     Where is from? (Natalia)

7     How old is? (your sister)

8     Does play tennis? (George)

b    Circle the correct question word.

I A 9/ Who / What do you go to the gym? B On Tuesdays and Thursdays.

2   A What / How old / When are your children? B Jack's six and Anna's three.

3   A Where / What / When does your boyfriend live? B In the city centre.

4   A How / Who / What do you spell your surname? B J-O-H-N-S-O-N.

5   A What / What time / How do they have lunch? B At two o'clock.

6   A Where / When / What do you usually have for dinner?

B A salad or a sandwich.

7   A What / When / How do you go shopping? B At the weekend.

8   A How / When / Where do you go to the beach? B By bus.

c     Look at the answers. Write the questions.

1     Where does Jack work?

Jack works in a factory.

2

I go to work by train.

3

I go to bed at half past eleven.

4

They play football on Saturday.

5

I'm 20.

6

Nicole has fruit for breakfast.

7

My teacher's from the United States.

8

I like pop music.

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Studen(s Book p.94 Grammar Bank 4B

2 VOCABULARY verbs 2

Complete the questions.

2   Do you

3   Do youin the winter?

4   Where does your wife

5   Do youa lot at the weekend?

6   Do your children


B No, it isn't. It's OK.

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1 GRAMMAR can/ can't: permission and possibility

2 PRONUNCIATION vowel sounds

a Write the words under the correct sound.

a      Complete the sentences with You can/ can't and a         

2

here.

4

b     Practise saying the words in a.

lunch here.

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3 VOCABULARY common verbs 2

b Complete the dialogues. Use Can, the words              Label the pictures.

in brackets, and a verb from the list.

B Yes. What music do you like?

      the window, please?                           1 pay by credit card                 5

 

It's cold. (you)

 

 

 

B OK

2

6

your name here,

3

7

               please? (you)                                                                                     4                                                    8

B Yes, of course.

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4 READING

a     Read the text and number the pictures in the correct order.

Life on the International Space Station

1

1

S;

Some people dream of travelling into space. However, life in space is not very easy. Here are some of the problems that people on the International Space Station OSS) have.

1     Having lunch on the ISS is very difficult because there is no gravity in space, and things never stay where you put them. Food comes in plastic containers because the food can't stay on a plate.

2     When they go outside, people wear special clothes, because there is no atmosphere in space. It is also very cold in space. Inside the ISS, people can wear ordinary clothes.

3     You can't have a shower in space because the water doesn't stay in one place. People wash with a sponge with water and soap.

4     People on the ISS can't sleep in normal beds, because their bodies don't stay in the bed. They use special sleeping bags on the wall.

If you want to have a holiday in space, remember that life there is very different from life at home. And if you don't like it, you can't take a train or bus home!

b     Read the text again. Mark the sentences

T (True) or F (False)

I You can eat vegetables on a plate. F 2 You can eat pasta from a plastic container.

3    You can wear jeans inside the ISS.

4    You can have a shower.

5    You can wash with a sponge.

6    You can sleep in a normal bed. 7 You can't go home by train.

c     Look at the highlighted words. What do you think they mean? Check with your dictionary.

Words and phrases to learn

Complete the dialogues.

Can I help you sir

B Yes. I have a r

2 A 1m r

sorry.

B T

OK.

you are.

B Th

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM. I A Can I park here?

B No, you can't. It says 'no parking'.

B When is it?

A    On Friday.

B     Yes, I can. Can my boyfriend come too?

A Of course!

2 A Can you come to my party?


I UNDERSTANDING PRICES

a Complete the prices.

1        $0.30      thirty cents

2        £12.99 twelveninety-nine

3        €0.55 fifty-five

4        $16.50 sixteenfifty

5        €15.40 fifteenforty

6        75p         seventy-five b Write the prices.

€0.30)

 

1 sixty cents

5

2

6

20p

$19.50

3

7

€17.30                     

           $45                             €6.70

     4                                          8

2 PRONUNCIATION /Öo/, /s/, and 1k/

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for tourist,

snake, and key.

b     Practise saying these words.

 

 

 

sure

espresso

cup

euro

centre

cook

tour

rice

class

Europe

cereal

country

c     Write the words under the correct sound.


eat nice close exercise can price difficult cent pence coat computer

 

 

cinema

cat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 BUYING A COFFEE

a Order the dialogue.

Barwoman

Thanks.

Regular or large?

Can I help you?

Three pounds ten.

Espresso, Americano, cappuccino?

 Man

Here you are.

Yes, can I have a coffee and a muffin, please?

Regular. How much is that?

A cappuccino, please.

    Barman 1 Can I help you?

    Woman Yes, can | 2                     a coffee and a

cookie, please?

Barman Latte, Americano, cappuccino?

Woman An Americano, 3

     Barman 4 or large?

       Woman Large. How 5                               is that?

Barman Three pounds.

     Woman 6                      you are.

Barman Thanks.


Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1 A Can I have a cup of tea, please?

     B Regular or large?

A                    Large. How much is that?  B One euro seventy-five.

 A Here you are. B Thanks.

 2 A A ticket to Birmingham, please.

B                    Single or return?

A Return, please. How much is that? B Thirteen pounds twenty.

A   Can I pay with Mastercard?

B    Sure.


Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.

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I GRAMMAR be

a     Rewrite the sentences in the past.

1   1'm in a hurry this morning.

I was in a hurryyesterday morning.

2   They aren't at school today.

They weren't at schoolyesterday.

3   She's at the cinema tonight.

last night.

4   We aren't at home today.

yesterday.

5   Is he at work this afternoon?

yesterday afternoon?

6   They're at the airport this morning.

yesterday morning. 7 Are you in London today?

yesterday.

8 1'm not late today.

yesterday.

b     Write questions and answers.

1   Picasso / a painter (V)

Was Picasso a painter_Lhe_wgs,_Yes

2   the Beatles / from the United States (X)

     Were the Beatlesfrom the United States ? No, they weren't.

3   Agatha Christie / a writer (V)

4   Monet and Matisse / British (X)

5   Rudolf Nureyev / from Poland (X)

6   the Marx brothers / American (V)

7   Edith Piaf / an actress (X)

8   Proust and Tolstoy / writers (V)

c     Complete the dialogues with was / wasn't or were / weren't.

1   A Where were             you last night? B 1 was     at the cinema.

2   your brother at home yesterday?

B   No, he

3   your children at school last week?

B   No, they

4   A When your birthday? B Ityesterday.

5   you at the restaurant at 10.30?

B   No, we

6   A Who          you with yesterday afternoon?

with a friend.

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Grammar Bank 54

2 PRONUNCIATION /31/, /D/, and /0/

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for bird, clock, and computer.

b     Write the words under the correct sound.

after coffee girl wasn't hot weren't butter nurse woman

 

girl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 READING

a' Read the text.Mark the sentences T (True) or F (False).

1 Vincent van Gogh was famous during his life. F 2 Vincent was from Germany.

3           Theo van Gogh was Vincent's father.

4           Before he was a painter, Vincent was a teacher.

5           Vincent was interested in religion. He was a good student.

Paul Gaugin was Vincent's friend.

S He was a happy person.

9 Vincent's paintings were popular in his life. 'J Todav his pictures are very expensive.

b Lnok at the highlighted words. What do you think they mean? Check with your dictionary.

4 VOCABULARY in, at, on: places

i,Vhere were these people yesterday? Write sentences with in, at, or on and a word from the list.

bus street                  plane school bedroom

I He was at work.                     2

3                                      4

5 6

Afamous painter

Today the artist Vincent van Gogh is very famous, but he was never famous during his life.

Vincent was Dutch. His family was from a small village in the Netherlands. His brother, Theo, was a very important person in his life. Vincent was usually poor, but his brother always helped him with money.

Vincent was always good at painting, but he had many different jobs. He worked for an art company, and in a bookshop, and he was a teacher. He was interested in religion, and he wanted to study theology, but he wasn't a very good student. When he was 27 he started to work as a painter. He lived in Belgium, the Netherlands, and France, where he was with his friend, the painter Paul Gaugin.

But Vincent was never really happy, and he was often not well. When he was only 37, he ended his life.

When Vincent was alive, he wasn't famous and his paintings weren't popular.Today his pictures are very expensive, and you can see them in art galleries all over the world.

Words and phrases to learn

Circle the correct word.

I A When was your boyfriend at the gym?

B He was there  morning.

2 A When were you at the cinema?

B We were there yesterday / last night.

3   A Where was Suzana last / yesterday afternoon? B She was in a meeting.

4   A Where were you the last / last Saturday? B We were at a restaurant.

5   A Were your parents in London last day / yesterday? B No, they weren't. They were at home.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1 A Where were you last night?

B I was at the cinema with a friend.

2   A Was Emily at home yesterday?

B   Yes, she was. She was in bed.

3   A Were they in a meeting at eight o'clock?

B   No, they weren't. They were on a plane to London.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the mythm.


1     


VOCABULARY revision of daily routine verbs

Complete the sentences. Put the verb in the correct form.

        I They never go to bed                                   late.

 in the morning.

3 They always at half past seven. 4 She sometimes after work.

       5 They                                                      at the weekend.

for lunch.

7 She usually    at 5.30. 8 Theytogether.

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2      GRAMMAR past simple: have, go, get

a     Complete the paragraph with the past simple of have, go, or get.

Yesterday | 1 gotup early because my first class was at nine o'clock. First | 2     a shower and then I 4         to

                                                                                      5                      a

6

7

8

                                                           9               to the

dinner with

b     Write negative sentences El or questions

1   1 had lunch at home.

I didn't have lunch at home.

2   Jamie went to work. [n Did Jamie £0 to work?

3   We got up late on Sunday.

4   They had dinner at a restaurant. [ï

5   Molly went home by train.

6   1 had breakfast before work. E]

8 We went shopping yesterday. El

c     Complete the questions and answers.

1   A Did          you go    to the gym after class?

to the cinema.

2   coffee for breakfast?

           B No, he                    . He                     tea.

3   shopping on Saturday? B Yes, they . They to the shopping centre.

lunch together? B Yes, we . wea pizza.

5 home after work?

B No, she    . She       to her English class.

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Students Book p.96 Grammar Bank 5B

3 PRONUNCIATION vowel sounds

a Match the verbs to the correct vowel sounds.

                                     a                     b                      c

2   do        C]

3   have

4   get       d          e          f

5   make

6   watch b Practise saying the verbs in a.

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4 READING

a     Barry's on holiday in New York. Read his email and number the photos in order, 1 to 3.

o

Dear Mum and Dad,

This is a great holiday. Every day we do something different. We I had a fantastic day yesterday! We 2 up early (at 7.00!) and we 3 to Manhattan. It 4 brilliant! We 5 breakfast •at the top Óf the Empire State Building - but we didn't see King Kong!

Then we 6 to Wall Street. At lunchtime we 7 a picnic in Central Park. In the afternoon, we 8 to the Museum of Modern Art. The Van Gogh paintings 9 beautiful. After that we 10 to Chinatown. We Il dinner at a restaurant there and the food 12 really good. After dinner we 13 back to the hotel in a yellow taxi - we 14 very tired !

Hope you're both Well. See you next Friday!

Lots of love

Barry

 

b     Read the email again and complete it with had, got, was, were, or went.

c     Look at the highlighted words and phrases. What do you think they mean? Check with your dictionary.

Words and phrases to learn

Complete the dialogue.

A    Hi! I'm home!

B    Hello. Did you have a I good                day?

A          It2w OK. Nothing 3 sp B You're very late. Was the 4 tr bad?

A   Yes, it was terrible as 5 u  and

I'm a bit 6 st

B   Oh. Well, today's our anniversary. Did you remember?

A           Yes, of 7 c

B           And I have a 8 s    for you! A What is it?

B          It's a 9 pr           Open it.

A Tickets for a football 10 m

11 Br ! Thanks. And this is for you. B 12 p ! A 13 tr to Venice!

A Oh no! It's the same weekend as the football match!

LISTEN:ANDQEPEAÙz;;;.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1   A What did you have for lunch? B I had a salad.

2   A Did Lucy go to the gym after work?

B No, she didn't. She went shopping.

3 A Did they get up early yesterday?

B Yes, they did. They got up at six o'clock.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.


1 GRAMMAR past simple regular verbs

a     Complete the sentences with the past simple of verbs from the list.

ask cry fi-ñish play park stop study watch

1 You finished work 2 He Tv very late last night. yesterday morning.

3 My sisterFrench tennis yesterday. at school.

5 The car 6 My boyfriend at the red light. his car outside the restaurant last night.

7 1    8 The students lot during the film.        a lot of questions.

b    Write negative sentences using the words in brackets.

I Mark wanted a coffee. (a tea) He didn't want a tea.

2    We watched the film on my laptop. (on TV)

3   


We waited at the station. (at the cinema)

4   


They opened their dictionaries. (their books)

5   


Emma looked at her watch. (the board)

6   


We closed the door. (the window)

7   


The film ended at ten o'clock. (10.30)

8   


The teacher talked to my mother. (my father)

c     Order the words to make questions. I park / Where / your sister / did

Where did VOw sister Dark

2   


he / Did / the / close / window

3   


music / listen to / What / did / you

4   


film / you / the / Did / like

5   


in Paris / your brother / did / When / live

6   


yesterday / work / Jane / Did

7   


time / your friends / did / What / arrive

8   


they / the restaurant / walk / Did / to

d    Match the answers to the questions in c.

a Yes, it was fantastic. b Rock and pop. c No, they went by car. d At about eight otlock. e In the car park. f Yes, he did. It was cold. g Last year.

h No she didn't. It was a holiday.

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2 PRONUNCIATION regular past simple endings

the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and the words and the sounds for dog and tie.

 '*lžctise saying these past simple endings.

 

 

 

u•ed

stopped

waited

cr:ed

kissed

invited

Arrived

watched

needed

c Circle the three past simple forms where -ed is pronounced /ld/.

asked looked wanted used listened started liked talked ended worked played finished

 Student's Book pa117 Sound Bank

3              VOCABULARY common verbs 3 Complete the questions.

1 When did your sister

find a job

               3 Did your parents

                       4 Is it difficult to

5   When did they

6   Did you

9 Did you last summer?

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Student's Book p.113 Vocabulary Bank

Words and phrases to learn

Complete the dialogues.

1   A Does your sister play the piano?

B Yes, she plays it quite well

2   A It's late.

           B Do you w                    to go home?

3   A When did they come back from their holiday?

B They came back three days a

4              A Do you like your new house?

B Yes, but it's difficult to make fr

5 A What's your favourite food?

       B I think Japanese food is the b            in the world.

6 A Why did Jessica cry?

B Because her boyfriend broke her h

7   A Does your brother like his job?

      B Yes, because he can u             his hands.

8   A When did Greg break his leg?

           B He broke it two w                   s ago.

mLlSTEN ž AND. REPEAT

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I A Did you listen to the radio this morning? B Yes, I did. I listened to the radio in my car.

2   A Did your sister work yesterday?

B She worked in the morning, but she didn't work in the afternoon.

3   A Did you go home by bus?

B No, we didn't. We waited for the bus, but it didn't come.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.


I ORDINAL NUMBERS

1 8th

the e i g h t h

2 2nd

the seco n d

3 9th

the n  

 

4 12 th

the t

f

31

5       St

the t

6 20

the t     i

7 3rd

the t

8 5th

the f   f

9 30th

the t   t

a 


Complete the ordinal numbers.

   22   the t

-s

b  Write the next ordinal number.

1 sixth, seventh

2 tenth,

3 fourteenth,

4 eighteenth,

5 twenty-fourth,

6 fifteenth,

7 twentieth,

8 twenty-second,

2 THE MONTHS

a  Write the months.

1 MERPSETEB September

2 RMHAC

3 EONVREMB

4 TOROCBE

5 ERYBAFUR

6 UTGASU

7 CBEDEEMR

8 AYNAJUR

b  Complete the crossword.

 Clues across

5 This month has 28 or 29 days.

6 -The eighth month.

7 The last month in the year.

 8 The sixth month.

Clues down

I The month before August.      2 The fourth month.

3  This month has nine letters.

4  This month has three letters.

3 SAYING THE DATE

1 22/9a the eleventh of March

2 19/12b the fourth of June

3 11/3c the third of February

4 4/6d the eighth of October e the thirty-first of May

6f the nineteenth of December

7 21/7g the twenty-second of September

h the fifth of January i the thirteenth of April

10 31/5j the twenty-first of July

a  Match the dates.

b 


Write the answers.

1   A What's the date tomorrow? (3 / 5)

B     


The third ofMay,

2   A When's your birthday? (18 / 7)


B

3  


A What's the date today? (26 / 4)

4  


A When's your boyfriend's birthday? (12 / 10)

5  


A What's the date on Monday? (15 / 8)

6   A What's the date on Saturday? (21 / 11)


B

7  


A When's Valentine's Day? (14 / 2)

8  


A When's your mother's birthday? (2 / 6)

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1 A 'What's the date today?

B      It's the third of August.

2 A When's your birthday?

           B The twenty-first of December.

3 A What was the date yesterday? B It was the twelfth of July.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.

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Vocabulary Banks

 Common verbs 3

 The time and ordinal numbers

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Grammar File 5 present simple: be present simple: have, go, get present simple: regular and irregular verbs

Vocabulary File 5

Common verbs 3

The time and ordinal numbers

Pronunciation Practical English File 5

.and more activities and games.

No man is an Island. John Donne, 16th century English poet

I VOCABULARY hotels

a     Complete the crossword.

Clues across -+

          U                              B o A R D

10

11

Clues down

b     Complete the sentences with words from the list.

bar e-a-F-ËFk garden gym swimming pool lift reception gift shop

I You can leave your car in the car park

2   You can have a drink in the

3   You can buy a present in the

4   You can do exercise in the

5   You can use the         to go upstairs.

6   You can swim in the

7   You can pay at

8   You can sit outside in the

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2 GRAMMAR there is/ there are a Look at the picture. Complete the sentences.


1

There's a

bed.

2

There are some

books.

CDs. chair. pens. laptop. credit cards. window.


b     Write negative sentences.

I There's a shower in the room. (bath) There isn't a bath in the room.

2   There are some chairs. (tables) There aren't any tables.

3   There's a bar in the hotel. (restaurant)

4   There are some magazines. (newspapers)

5   There are some women in the garden. (men)

6   There's a swimming pool in the hotel. (spa)

c     Write questions and short answers.

1  toilets

Are there any toilets? Yes, there are.

2  aspa

Is there a spa? No there isn't.

3  a lift

4  a gym

5  shops

6  a swimming pool

7  restaurants

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3 PRONUNCIATION and

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for chair and ear.

b     Write the words next to the correct sound.

hey-e the-re aerobics beer haircut idea near upstairs wear year

 

there

here

Study Link Students Book p.117 Sound Bank

Words and phrases to learn Complete the dialogue.

A     Hello. 1 Welcome to 'Sea View House'.

B     Thank you. Where's our room?

A     It's on the first 2 fl

B     Can you see the sea from the window?

A    Yes, there's a beautiful 3 v from all the rooms

B     Perfect! Is there a TV in our room?

A     No, there isn't, but there's a TV you can watch The remote control is 6 i the cupboard.

B     Right. Where can we leave our bags?

A    You can put them 7 u          the bed. Oh, and there are some towels 8 0         the bed too.

B     Fine. How can we go to the island?

A     There's a 9 b              that leaves at 10.30 every day and

comes back at five o'clock.

B     Brilliant!

A Here's the key to your room. Enjoy your 10 st B Thanks. Bye.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1   A Is there a double bed in the room?

B    No, there isn't. There are two single beds.

2   A Is there a swimming pool?

B    Yes, there is. There's a spa, too.

3   A Are there any restaurants near the hotel? B Yes, there are, but there aren't any shops.


a Order the letters to make places.

b

Write the places.

 

1 WOTN town

 

I It's a place where doctors and nurses work.

a hospital

2 HUCRCH

 

2 It's a place where there is a lot of water.

the s

3 OHPS

 

3 It's a place where you can take a train.

the st

4 TPEORL OASTTIN

4 It's a shop where you can buy stamps and send letters.

ap

5 USUMME

5 It's a place where you can watch films.

ac

6 THSMEISC

6 It's a place where people go in the summer.

the b

7 GVLIALE

7 It's a building you go to when you want some money.

 

8 APIORRT

8 It's a place where there are a lot of houses, offices, cars,

ac

1 VOCABULARY places

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    9 ERVRI                                                     and people.

010 RAPK




Students Book p.115 Vocabulary Bank

b Write questions and short

1            Were there any

2            Was there a       hospital? 3            cinema?

4       parks? 5 restaurants?

6                                                                                     post office?

7                                                                                     banks? 8        supermarket?

Studen(s Book p.98 Grammar Bank 6B


3 PRONUNCIATION the letters

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the  words and the sounds for tree and egg.

b    Circle the words where ea has the tree sound.

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4 READING

a     Read the text and answer the questions.

I Where is Pompeii? It's in Italy. 2 How many people lived there?

3   When did people get up?

4   What did they have for breakfast?

5   What time did they have lunch?

6   Where did they wash?

7   What did they often do in the evenings?

8   Why did life in Pompeii stop?

b     Look at the highlighted words. What do you think they mean? Check with your dictionary.

Pompeii - a town with a difference!

On your next trip to Italy, why not visit the fantastic Roman town of Pompeii?

In the past, twenty thousand people lived in Pompeii in big houses with big gardens. The Romans built roads in the town and there were many public places like baths, amphitheatres , banks, and markets.

cake and fruit. or to the public often had dinner

Vesuvius nearly two

 

There wasn't any electricity and people got up with the sun. For breakfast they had bread and cheese. People started work very early and stopped at twelve o'clock for a lunch of fish, bread, In the afternoon people went to watch the gladiators baths to wash and meet friends. In the evening they parties — they were an important part of Roman life.

But life in Pompeii stopped in 79 AD when the volcano erupted. Today you can see the town exactly as it was thousand years ago.

Words and phrases to learn

Complete the dialogue with the words in the list.

hew happened breakfast disaster wore built began accident kilometres typically

A            1 How      was your holiday?

B            It was a complete 2 A Why?

B Well, the problems 3 when we left home.

A   What 4

B    Well, first we had an 5

A            Where?

B            About fifty 6              from Dover. A What did you do?

B We stayed the night in a bed and 7and the next day we rented a car.

A   Was the hotel in France nice?

B   No, it was awful. I think they

8   it about a hundred years ago, so it was very old.

A   What about the weather?

B    Well, we were in France, but the weather English.

A   Oh. Did it rain every day?

B    Yes, it did. We 10 Goats all holiday, and we didn't see the sun once.

LIS

.

TEtsnNDREPEAT*

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1 A Was there a beach near the hotel?

2 A Were there any towels in the room?

B No, there weren't, and there wasn't any hot water.

3 A Were there any shops in the village?

B Yes, there were, and there was a post office, too.

47

B Yes, there was, but there were a lot of people.


1 VOCABULARY more verb phrases

Write the verbs.

                                 2

       a letter                                  your keys

34

       the light                                 the cinema

    5                                           6

       a present                                a story

                         8

       a friend                                 an umbrella

     9                                                       10

          the light                                             an email

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Student's Book p.113 Vocabulary Bank 2 VOCABULARY irregular verbs

a     Write the past tense.

1   eat ate

2   have        8 hear

3   lose              9 make

4   meet            10 Sit

5   speakIl swim

6   take             12 write

b     Complete the sentences with the past form of the verbs in brackets.

I My parents for dinner last Sunday. (come) 2 Ben his leg last year. (break)

3  1  the answers to all the questions. (know)

4  we           €60 for the dinner. (pay)

5  1  hello to my teacher in the street. (say)

6  Lily              a new coat yesterday. (buy)

7  The children        up late this morning. (get)

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8  1 a new flat yesterday. (find) Student's Book p.116 Vocabulary Bank

3     GRAMMAR object pronouns: me, him, etc.

Complete the sentences with an object pronoun.

1  We stayed at a hotel, but we didn't like it .

2  Some friends were there, but we didn't speak to them . 3 Chloe saw her boyfriend and she went to sit with

4     I said hello to Ryan, but he didn't say hello

to

5     My father made a coffee , but he didn't drink

6     We invite them for dinner every month, but they never invite

7     Emily loves her husband, but he doesn't love

8     Charlie bought some new glasses , but he never wears

9     My sister gave me a present, but I didn't give one to


10    My wife and I visit her parents every month, but theyA

never visit

Il I don't usually see my brother during the week,B but I saw              yesterday.

12 1 often make dinner for my friends, but they never make dinner for

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Students Book p.98 Grammar Bank 6C4 A

4 PRONUNCIATION vowel soundsB

a     Write the past simple forms next to the correct sound.

drove

came could drank dye-ye gave read said saw spoke swam took wore5 A

B

7 A

B

b     Practise saying the words in a.

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Student's Book p.117 Sound BankA

B

I saw Oliver with Sue last night. Oh really? That's in

Do you want to sit nto me?

OK. Thanks.

What's the problem?

There are a lot of people. I can't find a s

Is the 10.30 train usually f

No, it's always empty.

How much are the tickets for the sh £50 downstairs and £40 upstairs.

Why are you a

Because you're late again!


Words and phrases to learn

Complete the dialogues.

A     It's late. Time_ to go.            

B     OK. See you tomorrow.

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM. I A Did you give your sister a present? B Yes, I gave her a book.

                                                                                                                                         2 A Did you meet your boyfriend at work?

B No, I met him at university.

2 A What time is the next 3 A Did you send them an email? train to Manchester? B Yes, I sent it this morning. B 16.15, pi 4.

6 What dotyouthinknfit?


I ASKING FOR & GIVING OPINIONS a Circle the correct answer.

A    Do you like Britney Spears, Pete?

B    No, I don't like l it / her.

A And you Emily?

C 2 She's / It's OK.

A What about Sting, Pete? B | 3 really like him / really like he.

A Emily?

C 1 4 1ike him / don't like him. He's great.

A    OK, what about groups. Do you like Iron Maiden?

B    5 They're / It's OK.

C    1 6 don't like / don't like them. They're terrible!

b Complete the sentences with a positive or negative adjective.

I I really like REM. They're fantastic

2     Rod Stewart is a            ! I don't like him.

3     U2 are g           ! I really like them.

4     I don't like Cristina Aguilera. She's t

5     I really like Radiohead. They're f

2 READING

BRITband Coldplay

Coldplay are from Britain. The singer is

Chris Martin, Jonny Buckland plays the guitar, Guy Berryman plays the bass guitar, and Will Champion plays the drums .

The band started in 1996 when Chris Martin met Jonny Buckland at university in London. At first their name was Pectoralz, then Starfish, but they changed to Coldplay in 199 7. They became famous in June 2000 with the song Yellow and their first album , Parachutes, won a Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album in 2002.

a     Read the text and mark the sentences T (True) or F (False).

1 Will Champion plays the guitar. F 2 Chris met Jonny at university.

3   They changed their name in 1996.

4   Their first album wasn't popular.

5   They made their second album in 2002.

6   Viva la Vida isn't the same as the other albums. 7 Coldplay don't sell a lot of albums.

b    Look at the highlighted words. What do you think they mean? Check with your dictionary.

LISTEN

 

 

 


Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

I A What do you think of Amy Winehouse?

B I like her. She's OK.

2    A What do you think of Elton John? B I really like him. He's great.

3    A What do you think of Destiny's Child? B They're awful. I don't like them.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rhythm.

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Hotels

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Common verbs 3

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Grammar File 6 there is / there are there was / there were object pronouns: me, him, etc.

Vocabulary File 6

Hotels

Places

Common verbs 3

Pronunciation Practical English File 6

. . .and more activities and games.


       1 VOCABULARY activities                              2 GRAMMAR like+verb+-ing

a     Write the activities. a Complete the chart with the -ing form of verbs in the list.

 

 

 

listening

driving

 

 

 

 

 

 

swim travel use write

    I c h a t t i    2

online

double consonant + -ing

running

 

 

 

34

52

 

b    


Complete the sentences with the correct form of words from the list.

cycle read run shop travel drive chat cook

I I have a lot of books. I love reading

2 Jamie has a bike. He likes

 

4 My parents never go to restaurants. They love at home.

b Complete the sentences.

 

5 We usually stay at home in the holidays. We don't

1 Cyis very good exercise, especially for

 

like

5                 63 My friends do a lot of exercise. They like

your legs.

2 Shis a lot of women's favourite free time

7 My brother uses his computer a lot. He likes

activity.

online.

is a cheap way of having a holiday, and

8 Rosie often goes to the city centre. She

it's fun for children.

loves

6   David has a big car. He loves

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can be very expensive if you go by plane and stay in hotels.Students Book p.100 Grammar Bank 7A

5 Many people prefer wDVDS to to the cinema.

Interviewer Where do you go on holiday?

Nicole Well, it 4 d                      on the year.

Sometimes we stay at home and go out for the day. We go for a 5 w or have in the country. We like sleeping outside and so sometimes we go c

 

 

 

 

book

knew

angry

football

fruit

morning

cookie

two

language

3 PRONUNCIATION /0/, /u:/, and

a     Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen and repeat the words and the sounds for bull, boot, and singer.

b     Practise saying these words.

c     Write the words under the correct sound.

cheese eeek could do food full good lose new took

 

 

cook

choose

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sometimes have a IOfr         afternoon in the m week and so I go for a long lunch with my friends.

of the

 

 


Interviewer What do you do in your free time? William At weekends I like doing something relaxing, for e reading a book or painting a p . I

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Words and phrases to learn

Complete the dialogues.

Interviewer What do you like doing in your holidays? Matt Well, I like I travelling , so we go to a lot of different places. Unfortunately my girlfriend doesn't like 2 fl             so we can't go by plane. We usually go by car and we take our bikes with us because we love

Listen to the dialogues on the MultiROM.

1   A What do you like doing in your free time?

B   I love doing sport, for example running and cycling.

2   A Does your girlfriend like travelling?

B   No, she doesn't. She doesn't like flying.

3   A Do your friends like going to the cinema?

B Yes, they do. They like watching DVDs too.

Now listen and repeat. Copy the rbythm.



I GRAMMAR be going to (plans)

a Write positive or negative El sentences.

I She / visit her family E]

She's going to visit herfamily.

3   come back / going / are / When / to / they

4   going / the flight / leave / What time / to / is

2 They / work late tonight

c Look at the pictures. Answer

1 They're going to go to Rome.

2

3

                       4

5

       7 We / stay at a hotel G]                                                                                6

d Complete the dialogue.

Susie Rob, can we go shopping next weekend?

    Rob 1 1 'm not going to be   (not be) here next

b Order the words to make questions.

weekend, Susie.

                                                                                                  Susie Where 2 (you / go)?

Rob To Liverpool. It's Jamie's birthday party.

Susie Oh. Can I come?

Rob Sorry, Susie, it's boys only.

Susie Oh. Where 3 (you / sleep)? Rob       (stay) in a hotel.

                                                                                                                                   Susie 5 (you / drive) there?

Rob No, we 6 our cars (not take). We're going to go by train.

                                                                                                                                    Susie When 7   (you / leave)?

Rob On Thursday night. | 8

(not go) to work on Friday.

                                                                                                                                    Susie When 9   (you / come back)?

Rob Late on Sunday night.

Susie Well, what 10              (I/ do)? I they / go / Where / going / to / are Rob I don't know. Go shopping? Where are they going to go?

   2 travel / How / to                                                                                                          Students Book p.100 Grammar Bank 7B

5  


visit / to / are / What / going / they / city

2 PRONUNCIATION syllable stress

a     Underline the stressed syllable and write the words  in the correct group.

hairdresser holiday excited museum hospital reception surprise

 

 

 

today

Yߧterday

tomorrow

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b     Practise saying the words in a.

3 VOCABULARY time expressions

a Put the time expressions in order.

t0morrow next month

tomorrow night next year tonight next week

VI today

Words and phrases to learn

Complete the dialogues.

1   A We're going to drive from Paris to Dakar.

BWow! How far    is that?

2   A When is your trip going to finish?

BWe aren't going to come back uSeptember.

3   A When is he going to start learning English?

BHe's going to go to classes next y

4   A When are your parents going to change their car?

BThey're going to get a new one nmonth. 5 A My girlfriend's going to work in New York for two years.

          B Two years? That's a I                     time.

6 A When are you going to see the show?


B We have tickets for

24th May

exam

holiða

3                                                             he's going to do his last exam.

4                                                             he's going to play football.

5                                                             He's going to go on holiday

6                                                             he's going to visit Australia.

Complete the sentences with the correct form of the

a

Go to the Sound Bank on the MultiROM. Listen

verbs in the list.

 

and repeat the words and sounds for train, egg, boot,

buy break have not cycle park not pay

 

phone, cat, and tree.

read take be

b

Circle the word with a different sound.

1     GRAMMAR be going to (predictions)        2 PRONUNCIATION revision of sounds

1   paint man same train

2   rent bread stressed speak

3   blue juice go do

4   close one open hotel

5   traffic bacon mechanic sandwich

6   tea street breakfast leave

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Studen{s Book p.117 Sound Bank I He's going to take a photo.

dinner.

3 VOCABULARY revision: verb collocation

a     Cross out the wrong word or phrase.

1   HAVE dinner / o / children

2   GET           sport / up / a text message

3   DO            housework / basketball / sport

4   MEET an email / some friends / at the station

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PLAY chess / a shower / the guitar

6   MAKE dinner / friends / a photo

7   GO            home / my girlfriend / to work

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