Рабочая тетрадь начальный уровень
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natural

OXFORD


unit one ...

 

unit three ...

p.4 natural English

saying hello How are you? Would you like ? asking for help grammar

be positive and negative

questions with be vocabulary

jobs numbers (1) countries and nationalities drinks expand your grammar

the with place names expand your vocabulary

containers

p.14 natural English

a lot (of) get to ( arrive at a place) asking the time likes and dislikes

grammar present simple (l ): positive, negative, and questions wh- questions present simple with he I she vocabulary

noun groups leisure activities telling the time expand your grammar

and, but, because expand your vocabulary

at the sports centre

unit five ...

 

unit seven ...

p.24 natural English

What do you have for (breakfast) ? What kind of. ? ordering food asking for more

grammar

countable and uncountable

nouns some I any can I can 't + verb (possibility) vocabulary breakfast food adjeaives (2) food expand your grammar

nouns that can be countable and uncountable expand your vocabulary

p.34 natural English

link words: then/ after that quite and vey What3 he/she like?

When did you last . ? grammar

past simple: negatives past simple: questions object pronouns vocabulary

life Story appearance character

expand your grammar

possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, etc.


expand your vocabulary


p.9 natural English

thing(s)

gtvlng oplmons

Can ...?/Canyou saying you aren't sure

grammar

havegot ( = have) possessive 's this, that, these, those vocabulary technology personal things adjectives (l )

expand your grammar

plural nouns expand your vocabulary

in the office

p.19 natural English

about an hour a week asking about family

(do something) together

grammar

present simple with frequency adverbs possessive adjectives: my, your, etc. vocabulary

daily routines days, months, and seasons time phrases with prepositions families expand your grammar

imperatives expand your vocabulary

weekend routines

p.29 natural English

both HOW WCS saying sorry

grammar past simple: was were past simple: regular and irregular verbs vocabulary tourist places past time phrases verb + noun collocation

expand your grammar

before and after expand your vocabulary compound nouns

p.39 natural English

asking for directions

grammar

how much I many? there is / are vocabulary getting around prepositions Of place come and go; bring and take directions

expand your grammar

infinitives of purpose expand your vocabulary

train travel


unit nine ...

unit eleven ...           unit thirteen ...

p.44 natural English

normally I (don't) think so Would you prefer ? suggesting and responding

grammar

haw to / don 't have to I do I have to can I can •t (permission) vocabulary

numbers (2) money hotels

expand your grammar short answers expand your vocabulary

hotel rooms

p.54 p.64 natural English natural English

How long does it take? What ore you doing tonight? agreeing and disagreeing Do you ever ? get ( — buy) inviting and responding recommending: should + verb making plans together

grammar                               grammar

comparative adjectives          be going to + verb superlative adjectives           might + verb vocabulary        vocabulary

shops and products    verb * preposition adjectives (3)       kinds Of film

expand your grammar too + adjective expand your vocabulary

unit ten ...

 

unit twelve ...

 

unit fourteen ...

travel nouns


p. 49 natural English

talking about ages quite/ very well giving opinions offering help grammar

can I can't (ability) something / anything I nothing, etc vocabulary

action verbs parts of the body common phrases

expand your grammar somewhere /anywhere/nowhere expand your vocabulary

aches

p.59 natural English

How about you? phoning a friend telephone introductions showing you (don't) understand

grammar                         

present continuous     present simple Vs continuous vocabulary clothes telephoning

expand your grammar

verbs not usually used in the continuous expand your vocabulary

mobile phones

p.68 natural English

How many times ? have a + adjective + noun

grammar

present perfect (experience) present perfect and past simple vocabulary

opposites feelings fixed phrases


one

Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

natural English saying hello

How are you? Would you like . . . ? asking for help

grammar be positive and negative a / an questions with be expand your grammar the with place names

vocabulary C] jobs numbers (1) countries and nationalities drinks expand your vocabulary containers

SPAIN

Tomás

how to

Say hello

natural English saying hello

1 Order the words to make sentences.

A Katia / Hi / I'm

I B name's/ Tomás / my/ Hi

2       A to/ you / Nice / meet

3       A I'm Hello/ Sandro .

4       B Hello/ Rebecca / my / name's .

5       A meet Ito/ Rebecca / Nice / you .

grammar be positive and negative

2 Are sentences 1 to 8 true or false X?

Tomás is a teacher. ./

Katia is from Barcelona.

2 Katia isn't married. Katia 3 Tomás is from Poland. POLAND 4 Tomás is single.

5       Katia isn't a doctor.

6       Tomás is from Spain.

7       Tomás isn't forty.

8       Katia is thirty.


Make questions from sentences 1 to 8.


Is Tomás a teacher? Yes, he is.


Then answer the questions.


students

vocabulary jobs

3 Look at the pictures and complete the

    puzzle. Find one more job.                                                              wordbooster

numbers (1)

5       Write the numbers for each picture.

I             thirty-two     pence

2 3

4

say it!

Say the numbers.

your telephone or mobile phone number    your classroom number your house or flat number your age

5 dollars

countries and nationalities think back!

Remember two countries in Asia, Europe, and South America.

6       Complete the sentences. Use nationalities and the correct form of be.

grammar a/ an                                                           Juan's from Spain. He 'S Spanish

I             Ragini's from Thailand. She


4 Complete the sentences with a Ian.


2 Heidi and Hans are from Germany. They

      Sue's                      businesswoman.                  3 Simone's from France. She

     Lana's                    office worker.                  4 Yuki's from Japan. He

2        Marco is police officer.       5 Ana and Feliks are from Poland. They

3        I'm         housewife.  6 Marina's from Argentina. She

4        He's       actor. 7 Emiliano's from Italy. He

5        She's      engineer.     8 Min and Chao are from China. They


one

your grammar

the/(—) with place names

Use the with names which include:

kingdom      islands            states republic the Balearic Islands the Dominican Republic the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Add the or (—) to the places. Use a dictionary to check new words.

the_ Madeira Islands

United States of America (USA)

2                                                         China

3                                                         Australia

4                                                         United Kingdom (UK)

5                                                         Canary Islands

6                                                         Hungary

7                                                         Brazil

8                                                         Czech Republic

Tick or correct the sentences.

the

Sam is from Balearic Islands.

My Office is In Colombia.

1   Budapest is in the Hungary.

2   Rick is from United States.

3   Helen is a student in Australia.

4   My teacher is from China.

5   London is in United Kingdom.


questioncquestions


English How are you?

7        Complete the dialogue.


Paul

Gemma,

2

Gemma

thanks. And

4

Paul

well,

grammar questions with be

8        Match the questions and answers.

Is he from China?

1    Where is the Eiffel Tower?

2    What's his phone number?

3    Are you in the elementary class?

4    Are they married?

5    How are you?

6    Is she a new student?

7    Who's your teacher?

8    Is he single?

are you?

a Mary. b Fine, thanks. c No, I'm not. d No, they aren't. e 01981 6768 5910. f NO, he's married.

g Yes, he is. h Yes, she is. It's in Paris.


vocabulary drinks

9 Complete the phrases. Use the words in the box.

        black       orange       red       diet       mineral

 

hot

chocolate juice

2

 

cola

3

 

water

4

 

mne

5

 

coffee


red orange

mineral hot

aàbulary

containers

What is in each container? Tick s/ the boxes.

glass natural English Would you like ?


10 Order the words and complete the dialogues.

A a/ drink/VV0uld/like/y0u ? Would you like a drink? B Yes, please.

A          you/ like/ glass/wine IWould/a lof ?

B          No, thanks.

2        A like / you / tea / lemon / Would / with ?

B          Yes. please.

3        A Would you like a drink?

B          diet / Yes/ cola / a / please

4        A like/ hot/ a / Would / chocolate I you ?

B          No, thanks.

5        A Would you like a drink ?

B          a/ water/ please/ Yes Imineral . say it!

Practise the questions in exercise 10.

Now ask questions. Cover the answers in exercise 9 and use the words in the box. Would you like a hot chocolate?

1     bottle

2     can

3     mug

4     carton

Underline the best word.

Would you like a cup/ carton of coffee?

1   A mug/ glass of red wine, please.

2   Two bottles/ cups of cola.

3   A cup/ carton of orange juice.

4   Would you like a glass/ mug of hot chocolate?

5   Two cans/ cups of diet cola, please.


Would you like ?

one

pronunciation sounds English asking for help abcdefghijklm 12 Write a or b.

a Sorry, Can you repeat that, please? nopqrst1UVxyz b Sorry, can you play that again, please?


Tick (V) when you've done these sections.             

       natural English                                                                                                            have yogglo

        thing(s)                                                                                                                                                 t one?

C] grvnng opinions

 Can I ? / Can you . . . ?                      vocabulary technology

[2 saying you aren't sure  1 Look at pictures I to 5 and find the words for these things in the puzzle. Which word is not in the puzzle? grammar


C] have got have)

[2 possessive 's

C] this, that, these, those

C] expand your grammar plural nouns

vocabulary  technology

C] personal things

[2 adjectives (1)  expand your vocabulary in the office

natural English thing(s)                                                  English giving opinions

2        Underline the correct word.      4 Complete the conversations. Use the words in the box.

         What's laptop?that green thing/ things on your            useful laptops CD players expensive necessary mobile phones

 How many thing / things are on your desk?

2       This blue thing / things is useful.

3       The digital thing / things are fantastic. 4 Does this thing / things take photos?

5 How much are the thing / things over there?

grammar have got (= have)

3        Complete the conversations. Use the correct form Of have.

A      Look, Ricardo     got a new camera.

B      Wow! It's fantastic!

 you got a DVD player?

2

B No. we

 your laptop got Internet access?

B Of course it

A      Where'S your TV?

B       We   got one.

6

 Sandra got a mobile phone?

B Yes, she 7 . Her number's 04474 8997653.

8

 they got computers in the study centre?

B I don't think so.

9  got the new Harry Potter


DVD at home.

B Can I borrow it?

A      Vicky and Giorgio 10       got a widescreen TV.

B       What make is it?

two

expancJour grammar

plural nouns

Look at the table.

singular nouns

plural nouns

rule

computer desk

computers desks

most nouns

Country nationality

countries nationalities

nouns with y y > ies

box

class

boxes

classes

nouns with s, sh, ch, x

man / woman person child

men / women people children

irregular nouns

Cover the table. Write the singular or plural nouns.

         singular nouns                 plural nouns

          child                                          children

1   computer

2   woman

3classes

4people

5      box      

6             countries

7      desk

8      nationality

Tick or correct the sentences.

TheF-aÐ-s in the class are doctors.

My students are from Hungary.

1      Javier has got two English dictionarys.

2      The new chairs are blue.

3      How many persons are in your class?

4      Three glass of white wine, please.

5      Guilia and Emilio have got four childrens.

6      The womans at the party are from Brazil.

7      Spain, Hungary, and Greece are European countries.

8      I think the new computeres are great.

your vocabulary

in the office

Match the pictures with the words.

C] bin /bln/

1desk /desk/

2 C] shelf [elf/

3cupboard /'kAbad/

4box /bnks/

5stool /stu:l/

6photocopier / 'faotaoknpia/

7noticeboard /'naotlsbo:d/ 8lamp /læmp/ test yourself!

Cover the words and look at the picture above. Say the words.

                              7

 


personal things

5       Look

I          p e n c i l

possessive 's

6       Order the words to make sentences.

It/ briefcase / 's/ is Susan .

It is Susan's brie,fcgse,

I          Where/ Brigitte

2 is/

5 Maria/ bag/ yellow / is/ new/ 's

two

               'a ask for things

naturalEnghsh Can I . ...P/ Can you ...?       grammar this, that, these, those

8 Match the beginnings and endings of the sentences.

Can you turn off

 Can I look at your

2        Can you help me with

3        Can you open the

4        Can I borrow

5        Can you turn on

a 20p for the coffee machine, please? b door, please? I haven't got a key. C exercise 2, please? It's very difficult.

d the radio, please? It's very noisy. e the light, please? It's dark.

magazine, please?

9

Underline the Correct word.

H = headmaster, A = Amanda, B = Bill

H This-is/ That's the staffroom. Bill, Ithis is / that's Amanda.

the new Spanish teacher.

                      say it!                                                                   B Hi Amanda, nice to meet you.

A Hi Bill!

What do you say?          H OK, 2this is I that's your desk and 3these I those are your shelves. Use Can I ? / Can you ... ?        A Great. 41s that / Is this my computer?

You like Harry Potter. Your Can I H Yes. it is. Er, . 5These are / Those are the book cupboards. friend has got the new DVD. borrow your A Right.

You haven't got a dictionary.   DVD, please?       H 6This is / That's the coffee machine — the coffee is terrible.

Your partner has.                                                                          A Oh, I have tea.

It's cold. The fan is on.                                            H Good, good. Oh, 7these / those are your keys.

A Thanks a lot. Er, where's the photocopier?

It's dark. The light is off. 8this is I that's in the school office. H Oh, The English homework exercises are difficult. Your sister speaks English.

pronunciation word stress

10 Match the words with the same word stress. Then match the words with the stress pattern.

pencila important computer b Japanese

2        magazine     C syllable

3        children       d hello

4        digitale country

5        Brazil window

[2 get to arrive at a place) asking the time grammar present simple

likes and dislikes

 1 Look at the pictures of Todd and Stephy. Complete the texts with grammar     a suitable verb from the box.

 

present simple (1): positive, negative, and questions

work

not work

       go out              not go out

 

wh- questions

play (x2)

take

        live (x2)            listen to

[2

present simple with he/ she expand your grammar and, but, because

 

Jerzy

 

 

[2

vocabulary noun groups leisure activities telling the time expand your vocabulary at the sports centre

Natalia

 

Todd

Polish girl wants friends from all over the world!

Hi! I'm 26 and I'm Polish. I in England with my boyfriend, Jerzy. We've got a small flat in a town called

Windsor. I'm a lawyer, I in London and in the mornings

the train to my office. Jer-zy 3 , he's a student. We 4 a lot; Windsor's got

lots of bars and restaurants and there's also a big sports centre where we

tennis in the summer.

Hope to hear from you.

Stephy x

New friends, please!

I want to make new friends in different countries. | 6 in Taieri

Mouth, a small village in New Zealand.

I'm a writer and | 7 my office at home. I'm 34, I'm married to Natalia, and we've got a daughter called

Zoe. In my free time | 8 much. I stay in and 9         music

or watch TV. On Saturday I 10 football with my friends.

          I hope to hear from you soon.                                                            write it!

Todd

Write a short paragraph for the website. Include information about your home, your work/ study, and your free time.


about you

vocabulary noun groups

grammar wh- questions

2 Do the puzzle.

4 Order the words

to make questions. Then match the questions with responses a to f.

your/ name / What/ 's ?

 address / What/ your/ 's ?

2        you/ work/ Where/ do ?

3        teach/ What/ you/ do ?

4        do/ When/ leave / you/home ?

5        you I How / get/ work / to/ do ?

60000000 a French                                                                                   c 124 Elm Street b K-aF.l-M-iust-ene           d by car

a game

2                  a form of transport

3                  a type Of home

4                  a thing we eat

5                  a place where we work

6                  a place where we live natural English a lot (of) .  

natural English get to (= arrive at a place)

5 Look at pictures I to 6 below. Complete the answers.

         A How do you get to work?                                      B 1 walk

2        A How do you get to      the supermarket?

3        A How do you get to town?     B We take

3 put the word in CAPITALS in the correct place.

ski

            Theyka lot.                                    SKI

 I drive lot.

2        They eat a lot Chinese food. OF

3        We Stay at home a.          LOT

4        They don't a lot.  GO OUT

5        You drink a lot Of.  COFFEE

three

telling the time


wordbooster

leisure activities

think back!

How many leisure remember? swimming

6        Order the letters to make a word.

I don't like pools but I quite like

(miimswng) s in the sea.

    Henri likes eating but he hates (kngicoo) c

2         Katrina doesn't like (vnidigr)

d her car in the town centre.

3         They love (linapyg) p computer games on their new laptop.

4         Sally likes (nppoighs) s at the new supermarket but her husband doesn't.

5         I don't like (kiisgn) s

I think it's a dangerous sport.

6         Penny and Matt really like (eangirtllv)  to different countries.

7         We love (ndcniga) d

We go to a salsa club on Fridays and Sundays.

8         Do you like (nighteessig)  when you visit new places?

7        Draw the times on the clocks.

quarter past twelve  four o'clock

2 ten to six 3 twenty past nine

4        twenty-five to eleven

5        half past two

6        five to one

7        three fifteen

8        quarter to five

6

test yourself!


Cover the words in exercise 7. Say the times on the clocks.

natural English asking the time

8        Order the words to make sentences.


A what's / me / Excuse / time / the ? Excuse me. what's the time?

quarter/ to / It's/ four .

2       


A got / the I have / time / you / me / Excuse ?

3       


B         I / Sorry / no / haven't

4       


A you / Have / time / the / got / please ?

5       


B it's / Yes / past / three / twenty-five

       talk about likes and dislikes

natural English likes and dislikes                                                       grammar present simple with he/she

10                 Complete the sentences about Angela. Use the verbs in the box in the correct form.

drive drink play eat study live we¥-k listen read

She works at Jetair.

 She      a car. 2 Shein an apartment.

3 Sheto music. 4 SheEnglish.

5        Shemagazines.

6        Shechocolate.

7        Shewine and beer.

8        Shebasketball.

                                                   Rowland (R)            Anna (A)            Klaus (K)

11                 Answer the questions about Angela.

swimmlng

eee

 

 

skiing

 

eee

eee

computer games

 

 

 

homework

eee

eee

 

learning English

 

 

eeo

shopping

 

 

 

driving

 

 

 

I

2

3

9        Look at the table. Complete the sentences using really like, quite like, don 't like, and hate.      4

       R I hate                                    shopping and | 1

5 learning and 1 3

4

swimming and skiing and I shopping. but I computer games.

Does she study a language? Yes. she does.


Does she do a sport?


Does she play computer games?


Does she live in a house?


Does she listen to music?


Does she ride a motorbike?

three


 

 

yourvocabulary

at the sports centre

Match the words from the box with the pictures.

dance studio      tennis court swimming pool  changing room   fitness room

Underline the correct option.

The showers are in the dance studio /changing-room.

1   The dance class is in studio/ court four.

2   The running machines are in the fitness room / dance studio.

3   There are three tennis rooms/ courts.

4   Swimming lessons start at 10 a.m. in the big pool/ studio. 5 We play tennis on the pitch / court at the sports centre.

 

expatprlayou gr mmar

and, but, because

Use and, but, and because to join two ideas in one sentence.

They like computer games.

They like watching TV.

= They like computer games and watching TV.

Marc likes tea.

Marc doesn't like coffee.

     — Marc likes tea        he doesn't like coffee.

I hate shopping.

Shopping is boring.

— I hate shopping because it's boring.

Join the sentences using and, but, and because.

1    We love skiing.

We hate swimming.

2    They drink tea.

They drink coffee.

3    I don't like skiing.

Skiing is dangerous.

4    He plays football.

He doesn't play basketball.

5    I like my room.

My room is quiet.

6    I don't like this exercise. This exercise is difficult.

7    Mona speaks Italian.

Mona speaks Russian.

8    Enrique likes sightseeing. Enrique likes shopping.

I don't like

say it! studying because it's boring.

Say the things you like/ don't like. Say why.


Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

natural English about an hour a week  asking about family

[2 (do something) together

grammar  present simple with frequency adverbs  possessive adjectives: my, your, etc.  expand your grammar imperatives

vocabulary


[2 daily routines  days, months, and seasons  time phrases with prepositions families

vocabulary daily routines

1 Complete Maria's daily routine. Use the verbs in the box in the present simple.

         watch        get (x2)                           leave        have (x2)         read        go

Maria is 32. She lives in a small flat in the centre of Buenos Aires and works in an office from Monday to Friday. Her days are very busy.

She gets_ue-— at 7.30 a.m. She home at 8.30 a.m. and 2 to work at 9 a.m. At I p.m. Maria  lunch and she

        4                                 a magazine. Maria 5


mmar imperatives

Use imperatives to give instructions. Look at the examples.

Read the text.

Write an article.

Complete the sentences.                     

Match the pictures to the instructions. Write sentences.

have a bath get-up  go to bed make your beds clean the bathroctn take the bus

    Çet_ug,_—— . 1    

natural English about an hour a week

2 Write the sentences. Use about.

Christina/ read/ day .

Christina reads about two hours a day,

I George / sleep / night

2       


Magda / work/ day .

3        Miguel / study English I week

4        John and Kay I watch TV / night .

5        Javier / play computer games/ day

four


present simple with frequency adverbs

3        Order the words to make sentences.

a     read/ usually/ The Times/ I .

 

usua(ly read The Times.

b    never / I / read / adventure stories

c      sports magazines/ sometimes / read Il

d    love stories / read/ usually / I

e     I / on/ often Iread/ bus / the .

f       hardly ever/ buy Il/ books .

4        Put sentences a to f from exercise 3 into the conversation.

A  = journalist B = woman in street

A Excuse me, have you got five minutes to talk about your reading habits? B Yeah, sure.

A      First Of all, do you read newspapers?

B      Yes, a

A And do you read magazines? at the weekend.

A      Where do you like to read?

B      Oh, 2   , on my way to work.

A      How many books do you buy each month?

B      Oh, 3 ; I usually borrow them from the library.

A      What sort Of books do you like?

B      well,  or books about travel.

A DO you like adventure stories?


 I don't really like them.

5        Complete the text. Use the words in the box.

        months         summer         March         autumn          August            Seasogs

New Zealand has four segsgns_ They are spring, Summer, and winter. Each season has three

From December to February it's in New Zealand. Autumn starts in 4 and finishes in May. The winter months are June, July, and , and spring is from September to November.

time phrases with prepositions

6        Complete the conversation using on, in, at, or during.

A  = Cathy, B = Sue

A      Hi Sue. I don't usually see you in   the library.

B      Oh, hi Cathy. How are you?

A      Fine. Have you got time for a coffee?

B      Sorry, I'm busy    the moment. I've got a Spanish

2

            exam                          Wednesday.

A      Oh bad luck! All my exams are July. Well, see you 4 the weekend.

B      The weekend?

A     It's Tom's birthday party Saturday.

B      But his birthday's  the 30th, that's Thursday.

A      It Starts

B       OK. see you there.

A Yeah, but he gets up early the week for work. B What time does the party start?

vocabulary families

think back!

How many family words can you remember? father, cousin

7 Read the following sentences and complete Julie's family tree.

Julie's husband is Dave. They've got two children, a girl called Rachel and a boy.

Rachel's got a brother called James.

Harry is Julie's father. He's married to Julie's mother. Anna.

Mike is Harry's brother. He isn't married.

Sylvia is James's aunt. Sylvia isn't married and she hasn't got a boyfriend.

Julie's got two brothers, John and Phil.

John hasn't got any children.

Phil's wife is called Jenny. They've got a baby daughter.


Camilla is John's girlfriend.

Rosie is James and Rachel's cousin.

natural English asking about family

8       Look at the family tree below. Match the questions and answers.

Have you got any brothers or sisters, Rachel? _g_  Have you got any children, Sylvia?

2        Have you got any cousins, Rosie?

3        Have you got any brothers or sisters, Phil? 

4        Have you got any nieces Or nephews, Mike? 5 Have you got any grandchildren, Harry?

a Yes, I've got two. b No, I haven't.

c        Yes, I've got three.

d        Yes, I've got one brother and two sisters. e Yes, I've got one brother.

four

 Yes, I've got two nephews and two nieces.

my, your, etc.

9       Complete the text. Use the words in the box.

my (x2) his her (x2) its our (x2) their

Hi, I'm Krysta and I'm a teacher. I'm from Warsaw and this is the apartment block where I live with  son, Jerek.

 apartment's quite small but we like it. One of the nice things about living here is that we know most of 2 neighbours well. My sister Jolanta has got the apartment next door. She lives with two cats. Filip and wife live at number eight. They've got two children. names are Jakub and Felcia, and Jakub is 6 son's best friend. At number ten there's Kate Smith and husband Simon. They're English and they've got a little dog. I think

8


name is Rex.

write it!

Write about the street or apartment block where you and your neighbours live.

natural English (do something) together /ta'geða/

10 Read the texts. Complete the sentences with the Correct names.

Bob Masters I'm Bob. I live with my wife, Sandra. My family is quite big; I've got three children (two boys and a girl) and a granddaughter. I'm 73 and I don't work now but my days are very busy. I go shopping with my wife on Saturdays, and on Sundays

I go to the swimming pool with my daughter.

Jamie Masters I'm Jamie and I'm 33.

I'm married to Patricia and we have a daughter who's three years old. I work in the town library and Patricia teaches English at Kingston School. At the weekend we play tennis and we enjoy going to the cinema. I sometimes go to the pub with my brother,John.

Belinda Masters I'm Belinda. I'm 26.

I'm a teacher at Kingston School.

I'm not married but I've got a boyfriend. His name's Alan. I don't really like sport but I sometimes play golf with my brother, John. On Sundays I usually go swimming with my dad.

ß-Qþ— and go shopping together. andplay golf together. andwork together. andplay tennis together. andgo swimming together.

andgo to the cinema together.

pronunciation sounds /ð/ and /O/

11 Say the words. Add them to the correct group.

together

month

 

I-huçsday

thanks

birthday

 

the

fifth

brother


 

- BREP<FACT

MENU -

 

1      2 eggs on      £170

2      sasuage and egg      £1.95

3      egg and bacuh         £1.95

4      chese ahd harm rou £1.45

5 6

7

8

cerae/ with milk bred, buffer and jam or tea / cofee fresh orange juise

£130

£1.10

£1.20

grammar  countable and uncountable nouns some / any

C] can/can't + verb (possibility) expand your grammar nouns that can be countable and uncountable

natural English What do you have for ... ?



2 Write the answers. Use the words in (brackets).

A                       What do you have for breakfast?

B                        I usually have tea toast. (I / usually I tea / toast.) What do your children have for breakfast?

 (They I always / cereal.) 2 A What does Luis have for lunch?

 (He / often / sandwiches.) 3 A What do you have for lunch?

 (I I never I lunch.) 4 A What do you have for dinner?

B  (We / sometimes / Indian food.) 5 A What does Belinda have for dinner?

café culture


countable and uncountable nouns

think back!

Remember which nouns are countable (C) and which are uncountable (U). ham (U) cheese apple    egg (C) sandwich honey sausage tea

3        Tick a Or b.

a      Can I have a sandwich?

b     Can I have a piece Of sandwich?

Would you like some coffee? b Would you like an coffee?

There's some water on the table.

b There are some waters on the table.

He eats a apple every day.

b He eats two apples every day.

Can I have a bread and butter?

b Can I have a piece of bread and butter?

I'd like some sausages, please.

b I'd like a piece of sausages, please.

grammar some/ any

4        Correct the sentences. any

Have we got fruit juice?

 I'd like any cheese sandwich, please. 2 Can I have any milk with my cereal?

3        They've got a apple juice.

4        Do you want a bread?

5        Oh no! We haven't got some eggs.

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adjectives (2)

5        Read the text. Underline the adjectives. Then add the adjectives to the table below.

cosm•s GREEh DIMER

BROOhLVN. NEW YORE.

What do you think of our restaurant? Please comment below.

DATE           COMMENT                                                                              NAME

10/12                         our -envo•uri+e                    -por enfiot                e icNA4t4ti

out. Are Veri ( rtA1ð) we -food.

 

10/12

Like the food but the servoe is         SLOW; it's      Very cheap.

wen-dy s_Jivw (RSA)

 

The people are and             food   excellent.

(Argenf¿na)

AC/IR

Costa 's very clean bat        tables ard chairs arc

Ylarck (polard)

 

       positive                                                  negative @

 

friendly

unfriendly

 

expensive

comfortable

2

 

dirty

4

awful

fast

 

test yourself!

Cover the positive adjectives and remember the negative adjectives.

Cover the negative adjectives and remember the positive adjectives.


five

food

6 Find the words for these things in the puzzle. Write the words.

         I potato         6

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38

49

5


c w x  M K U B E L E H  p  F U s

expan«Jour grammar

nouns that can be countable and uncountable

Some countable nouns can also be uncountable.

C (countable) singular form

C (countable) plural form

UC (uncountable)

an ice cream

some Ice creams

some Ice cream

Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences with a, an, or some.

 N R R o s H v  T K c U U U N L R P X  s  A 1 z  A z 1 U natural English What kind of. . . ?

E s  o c oT                            E          7 the correct answer.

N  Y P N  M M  A What kind of wine I ham / soup have you got? 1 K  L B N  F 1B Er,... We've got mushroom or chicken today.

                      T oT o E L c M   B What Cappucino, kind of please.fruit juice / coffee / water do you want?

2        A What kind of jam / fruit I ice-cream have they got? B Chocolate Or vanilla.

3        A What kind Of sandwich I cereal I steak do you want? B Can I have cheese and tomato, please?

4        A What kind Of tea / mineral water / wine do you drink? B We usually drink red.

5        A What kind Of juice / Soup I honey have you got? B We've Only got orange.


Otder food

grammar can/ can't + verb

8 Read the text. Complete the sentences. Use can or can't.

eat meat at the restaurant.

have Brazilian food at the Restaurant São Paulo.

get a meal at Il a.m.

3     drink French wine at the restaurant.

4     listen to music on Tuesdays.

5     smoke in the restaurant. 6      e-mail the restaurant.

7        Youeat in the restaurant on Mondays.

8        You  pay for your meal with a credit card.

natural English ordering food

d       We'll have steak, please.

e       Would you like some vegetables  5 or salad with that?

 What would you like to eat? g And would you like anything to drink?

h Good afternoon.

We'll have french fries, please.


I'll have a glass of red wine and my daughter will have a glass of cola.


five

natural English asking for more

10 Complete the sentences. Use another/


some more.

    Can I have another       cup Of coffee?

our vocabulary

food groups

Put the words into the correct food group. Use your dictionary to check new words.

pork chop        apple     strawberry bananas       turkey  Sweetcorn yoghurt

cheese— 7                                           steak 9

Underline the correct word.

A      Would you like some          sweetcorn with your coffee?

B      No, thanks. I usually drink black coffee.

Where's the yoghurt?

           B         in the vegetable/dairy section.

2      A Is there any fruit?

B    There are some grapes/ peppers.        

3      A Do you like pork?

B    No, I don't eat dairy products/ meat.

4      A What kind of vegetables do you want? B Carrots/ turkeys, please.

5      A Do you want some banana/sweetcorn ice-cream? B Yes, please.

 Can we have         french fries? 2 Can I have           chicken, please?

3        Can I have         bread roll?

4        Can I have      peas?

5        Can we have bottle Of mineral water?


Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

natural English both How was ... ? saying sorry

grammar past simple: was/ were  past simple: regular and irregular verbs

C] expand your grammar before and after

vocabulary


C] tourist places

 a day out

think back!

vocabulary tourist places

1 Order the letters to make words. The words (in brackets) are tourist places.


[2 past time phrases


your vocabulary

compound nouns

Compound nouns are made from two nouns.

noun + noun -4 rain + coat— raincoat

You write some compound nouns as one word, e.g. raincoat, and some as two words, e.g. tourist office.

Match the words to make compound nouns.

1     rainbook

2     backglasses

3     sun        c map

4     guide    pack

5     walking coat

6     street    f shoes

Write the compound nouns for the pictures.

1 raincoat

grammar past simple: was/ were

2        Underling the Correct word.

We wasn't / very happy with our bus tour to Windsor yesterday.

 The tickets was / were very expensive.

2        We was/ were at the tourist office at 8 a.m. but our bus was lwere late.

3        The bus was / were cold and the seats was / were uncomfortable.

4        The driver wasn't/ weren't very friendly.

5        The tour guide was / were very young and he was / were boring.

6        The museum and the castle was / were closed.

7        The food at the restaurant was /were awful.

8        We was/ were very tired at the end of the day.

3        Read the sentences in exercise 2. Answer the questions below.

Were they happy with their bus tour?

NO. they weren't.

 Were the tickets cheap?

2        Was their bus late?

3        Was the tour guide interesting?

4        Was the castle closed?

5        Were they tired at the end Of the day?

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natural English both

4 Test your general knowledge. Tick (V) the correct answer.

Notre Dame in Paris, and St Paul's in London, are C] a castles.

b cathedrals.

1   The Coliseum and the Vatican are in C] a Rome.

b Venice.

2   China and Thailand are a African countries. b Asian countries.

3   The White House and Camp David are homes ofthe

a US President. b King of Spain.

4   The Nile and the Amazon are a a churches. [2 b rivers.

5   Warsaw and Kraków are cities in a Thrkey.

C) b Poland.

                                                                  qg 'q' 'et 'el               aaMsue

Rewrite the information from the quiz using both.

Notre Dame and St Paul's tQth cathedrals,

2

4

5

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past time phrases

5 Order the words to make sentences.

to / went / 2003 / They / Miami / in They went to Miami in 2003.  yesterday / bus/ Our/ was / morning/ late .

2        night/ I/ was/ last/ tired .

3        a / museum / days / We / at/ few / ago / were / the

4        in / 2001 / was / Thailand / in / Roger

5        ten / my / birthday / was / ago / It/ days

verb + noun collocation

6 Complete the sentences with a verb from the box.

        do        meet        go (x2)        stay        wash        play        go out        clean

Do you want to gQ—— for a walk?

 Ricardo hardly ever  his flat.

2       I often        my friends for a drink after work.

3       Do you want to    to Sam's party on Friday?

4       Selina often  at home and watches DVDs.

5       My mum always  with her friends on Friday night.

6       They usually        their homework after school.

7       Do you often        cards?

8       David usually  the car on Sundays.


test yourself!

Cover the answers to exercise 6.

Say the verb + noun collocations, e.g. go —for a walk.

unit

talk about last weekend

natural English How was . . . ?

grammar past simple: regular and irregular verbs

7 Complete the sentences with a suitable

8 Write the past form of the verbs.

adjective.

have had—

weekend?

       watch                                    6 want

How was your

2 and met a really nice girl.         3 decide8 like

It was g             . I went to Sam's party                                                 buy7 clean

4 meet9

. We went to Paris and we   go had a fantastic time.   5 get up10 stay

2 It was n _ _. I met some friends for a drink.

9

Complete the conversation. Use the verbs from exercise 8.

3 Abit b _ _           _! I went shopping with

 

Katie Morning Jan. Sorry I'm late.

my wife.

 

Jan Hi Katie! How was your weekend?

4 It was. We went for a walk with the children and it rained.

 

Katie Saturday was a bit boring. John wanted           to go shopping

5 Not very i  I stayed at

 

and we  to go to the shopping centre in Dublin.

home and watched TV.

 

Jan Yeah?

Katie We were there for about three hours and he 2

one thing, a raincoat. Yesterday, we

4       the house and then we Johnny Depp film on DVD.

Jan Is it good?

Katie Yes.  it. DO you want to borrow it?

Jan Yes, please.

Katie Anyway, how was your weekend?

 a lovely weekend. We 8 late and on Saturday, we 9 to Wicklow for lunch at a new fish restaurant. Yesterday, we 10 Sunita and Phil for a drink.

Katie Oh, right. Are they well?

Jan Yeah, they're both fine. Do you want a cup Of coffee?

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expancJour grammar

before and after

Katie and John went to the clothes shop BEFORE the music shop. Katie and John went to the music shop AFTER the clothes shop.

Choose the correct word.

Jan had a coffee 3 John and Ramsey went for before/ after she got to work. a drink before/ after they played

football.

We went for a walk 5 Jane's birthday was before / after dinner. before/ after John's birthday.

 say it!

You are in the following situations. Say you are sorry and give a reason.

minutes late for your English lesson an hour late for a business meeting 40 minutes late for work

minutes late for dinner with your

friends

 

a watch

b qermany

coursebook

a boring

b doctor

talk /o:/

a Brazil

b sport

church /3:/

a market

b were

shopping [D/

a worker

b got

coffee ID/

a Australia

b student

natural English saying sorry

10 Complete the sentences.

A       I'm Sony, I          late.

's fine. Are you okay ? A Yeah, I'm fine, thanks. My train 2     late.

B        Don't              . We can Start now.

A       Tom, Sally! You're here!

B        Hello, Sandra. I'm 4 we're late. We had a problem with the car.

A 5 worry. Come in and have a drink.


pronunciation /o:/, /3:/, and /D/

11 say words 1-5. Underline the words, a or b, with the same sound.

unit


Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

natural English

C] link words: then/after that quite and very What's he/she like?

 When did you last ...?

grammar

[2 past simple: negatives past simple: questions  Object pronouns expand your grammar possessive pronouns: mine, yours, his, etc.

vocabulary [2 life story [2 appearance character

beforehe was famous

vocabulary life story


1 Complete the text with the verbs in the box.

was born

had

left

went

became (x2)

grew up

worked

got married

Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger lives in California with his wife and children. His films are popular all over the world. In 2004 Arnie  the Governor Of California.

Arnold Alois Schwarzenegger  in1947 and

 2

in the small village Of Thal, in Austria. He  school at 18 and he 4  to university in Munich. In Munich, Arnold lived in a small flat and  in a gym.

 In 1966, after two years in Munich, Arnold went to America and 6 an actor. He acted in his first American film Hercules in New York in 1970. Then he went on to star  in multi-million dollar films such as Total Recall and Terminator. He met Maria Shriver, the niece Of US President JF Kennedy, at a tennis tournament. He 7          to her in 1986 and they 8  their first child, Katherine, in 1989.


grammar past simple: negatives

grammar past simple: questions

Antonio Banderas was born in 1960

Match the questions and answers about Arnold Schwarzenegger.

and grew up in Málaga, a large town in

          When was he born?                                       a Hercules in New York.

the south of Spain. He moved to Madrid

 Where did he grow up?                                           b No, he wasn't.

in 1981 and joined the National Theatre

 Did he leave school at 18?                                  c He wanted to be a film star.

of Spain. After that, he worked as an actor

Was Arnold

in the Spanish film industry. In 1991

at university in America?           d In a small village in Austria.

Antonio moved to America because he wanted to work in Hollywood. He acted

 Why did he go to America?                                     e Yes, he did.

in his first American film The Mambo

Kinos in 1992. His films include Evita

 What was the name of his first film?                       f In 1947.

with Madonna, The Mask ofZorro, and Spu Kids. In 1996 he got married to

natural English link words: then/ after that

American actress Melanie Griffiths.

Write sentences to say how Antonio

Banderas's life is different to Arnold Schwarzenegger's. Use the words in brackets.

(born/ 1947)

Are the sentences true or false X?

He wasn't born in 1947.

Arnold and Maria got married, and

1 learned Spanish and after that,

(grow up / Austria)

He didn't grow up in Austria.

(go / university)

then they had a baby.

learned French.

2        (work/ gym)

3        (go/ America/ 1966)

 

1

 

We saw Buckingham Palace,

Julio bought a house, then he left

 

then we walked to Trafalgar Square.

university. After that, he worked

(act / first American film/ 1970)

After that, we went out for lunch.

in an office.

all in the ast

5 (married/ 1986)

4 Giorgio left work and then he went for a drink with his friends. After that, he went home.

5 Ana and Sabrina got up, then they went to school. After that, they had breakfast.

seven


wordbooster

natural English quite /kwalt/ and very

5 Describe the people in the picture with Words from the box.

         quite short         very tall         veryshort                    short          quite tall

   I —tat— 2                 3

appearance

6 Complete the descriptions.

He's tall and a bit f .

She's got 1m    _ -length 2d_ brown hair.

He's got 3s_ _ hair, 4ab_ and a 5m

He's quite 6t_ , he's got 7b_ hair, and he's very 8 good-I _ _


character

7 Complete the crossword with the opposites of 1 to 6.

1      nice

2      strict

3      interesting

4      hard-working

5      stupid

6      serious

4  5  6 think back!

Remember two more words to describe appearance and two more words to describe character. good-looking, interesting test yourself!

Cover the puzzle clues. Say the opposites of the words in the puzzle,

e.g. The opposite of horrible is nice.

talk about people you know


grammar object pronouns

8 Complete the conversation with me, you, it, him, her, us, and them.

Peter Hey, what's this?

Liza That's my school photo, give it— to me!

natural English When did you last . ?

10 Order the words to make questions.

did/ your/When/see/parents/last/you ?

             When did      last see your parents?


      Peter I can't see                         in it.                         did / last I french fries I you / eat/ When ?

        Liza That's                         , with the long hair and glasses. Those are

                  my friends, Debbie and Barbara. You met 3                    at our

Peter

Who's the tall man with the beard?

 

 

Liza

That's Mr Crawley. I hated ; his lessons were really

3

did IWhen I last /English lyou / speak ?

 

boring. The blonde woman was our French teacher, Madame

 

 

 

Dupont. saw 6 last week in the supermarket.

4

play / you / did/ last I When / football ?

Peter

You're all very happy here.

 

Liza

Yeah, the teachers told 7                   to smile!

5

travelled I was/ When / time / train / the /

2 your / washed / When / you I was / time / wedding! And that's Stewen, I went out with for a car/ the/ last ? week when I was 14.

     Peter Well, what do you want to do with the photo?                                             by/ you / last ?

8

9 Underline

A

B

A

B

2        A

B

3        A

B

4        A

B

5        A

B

seven

 

 

eynv,4you vocabulary

synonyms

Synonyms are words that have similar meanings. Look at the examples.

male/ man         begin / start road / street      small/ little

Write the words in the box next to their synonyms. Use a dictionary to check new words.

 thin boring fat relaxed funny clever blonde

pretty   attractive— slim

2      amusing

3      dull

4      falr

5      intelligent

6      plump

7      lovely

8      calm

DO words 1 to 8 above describe appearance or character? Write (A) for appearance or (C) for character.

Complete the sentences. Use synonyms. A I think Juan's really clever.

          B     Yes, he's a very intelligent man.

A            Paul is a very boring man.

B            I know, he's really

2      A Do you think Julia is

B           Oh, yes. She's very attractive.

3      A Is he always relaxed?

B           Yes, he's a very  person.

4      A His siste(s quite fat.

B           Yes, she is a bit

5      A Are the children nice?

B           Yes, theyre

6      A DO you think he's

B           Yes, he's very funny.

7      A She's very slim.

B           Yes, she is a bit         

8      A Are your children fair?

B           Yes, they've both got  hair.


Tick (V) when you've done these sections.cot lost!

natural English  asking for directions

grammar how much / many?

C] there is / are

[2 expand your grammar infinitives of purpose

vocabulary  getting around


[2 prepositions Of place 1 Read the text. Put the pictures in order. come and go; bring and take øar• Last Thursday I had an interview in London for a job as a tour directions guide with a big travel company. I had a problem with my car expand your vocabulary train travel so I decided to take the train. My map of London was in the car and I forgot to take it with me. Anyway, 1 got to the station and got on the right train. When I arrived in London I asked a man for directions. Unfortunately, he gave me the wrong directions, so I arrived half an hour late for my interview.

I can't When I left the office I didn't ask for directions to get back to the remember. train station and I forgot the way. It was dark and it was difficult to see the street signs but eventually, 1 arrived at the Station. I got on the 6 0' clock train to Egham and started to read my magazine. The journey to Egham usually takes half an hour so when the train stopped at 6.30, I got off. The train left and that's when I realized I was at the wrong station.

I got home at 10 p.m. that night — oh, and I didn't get the job!

ASCOT

grammar how much/ many ?

our o bulary

train travel

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2 Read the conversation. Write questions about Nadine's holiday using how much or how many.

Fiona Did you have a good time?

Nadine Oh, it was great. Egypt's really beautiful. Match the words and definitions.

Fiona Where did you go?

            [E] This is a person who travels on a train.  Nadine Well, we started out in Alexandria and then we stayed in a

1      C] Buy your ticket here.      hotel in Cairo for four days. After that, we took a train to

2      This is a ticket from A —s B. Luxor and Aswan. We were on the train for 14 hours and we didn't have any food. 3 Go here to get on your train.

Fiona Was Egypt expensive?

4      C] This is a ticket from A B and then        in Cairo

from B —s A.                                                                         Nadine No, I took $1,000 and I bought quite a lot Of things but I've still got $350.

5      [2 This gives you information about train times.          Fiona What did you get?

Nadine They had some fantastic jewellery; I got some beautiful a single d ticket Office rings, three gold bracelets, and some nice earrings. b timetable

        c return                 f platform                          Fiona so, where's my present?

Nadine Well, I got you this book about the pyramids.

Complete the sentences. Use words a to f.                                                                 How many places did                                                                                                                                                                         visit?

Good morning. I'd like a ticket to Dublin, (places / visit) please.   I (days / stay / Cairo)

A   Sinale  or a     2 (hours / be I on train) Which    does the Edinburgh  3 (food/ have / on train) train leave from? 4 (money I take)

B   Number 4, over there. 5 (jewellery / buy) 3 A All for the 9.15 train to Paris go to platform 2.

             Where can I buy a ticket?                                                            say it!

B There's a over there.       We visited a Tina, what time's the next train to Brighton? Answer the questions for Nadine in the exercise above. few places. B I don't know, I haven't got a Use none, a few, not much, quite a lot, a lot.

eight

wordbooster prepositions of place     come and go; bring and take

3 Read the sentences. Write the words for the underlined places (1—9 in the map).

The mosque is opposite the bank.

4 Complete the dialogues with the correct form Of come, go, bring, and take.

A I think we're lost.

The is between the mosque and the cinema. B Why didn't you a map? The is at the end of the street.  A Did you go out last night?

There are three cars in the car_park behind the train station.

 

B Yes, it was my wife's birthday so I

The restau_ant is next to the bank.

 

her to the theatre.

The cinema is opposite the computer shop.

2

A What did you do yesterday?

Two people are near the statue.

 

B weto the museum in

The statue is in front of the hotel.

 

the morning and the Royal Palace in

A bird is on the school.

 

the afternoon.

3        A Do you oftenhere?

B  Yes, this is my favourite restaurant. The food's wonderful.

4        A Is Tony here?

B  No, heto his Spanish class on Mondays.

5        A Are these Mr Smith's bags?

B  Yes. Can youthem up to him? He's in room 203.

6        A I'm really hungry.

some extra sandwiches today. Would you like one?

7        A Did youa guidebook?

B  NO, but we can buy one in that bookshop.

8        A How was your weekend?

B  Great. My brother and his children to visit me.

       I bank                                               6

write it!

Write a description of the street where your house, school, or office is.

I live in Rose Street. There's a shop next to my

27

38

49 5 test yourself!

Cover the sentences in exercise 3 and describe the map.

get around a building


grammar there is/ are

5 Underline the correct word.

There arg / aren't some coursebooks on the table.

 There isn't/ aren't a computer on the desk. 2 Is there a / some map of the town in the library?

3       There are / aren't some rulers in the classroom.

4       Is there a / any dictionary in the cupboard?

5       There isn't 1' aren't any toilets on the second floor.

natural English asking for directions

6 Complete the sentences.

A     Excuse me, wher-e3— the photocopier?

B     It's over there.

A     Excuse me.

any computers?

B     Yes, they're on the second floor.

2        A Excuse me,          are the DVDs?

B    They're on the first floor, with the videos.

3        A Excuse me. Is there a fax machine?

B    No, I'm

4        A Excuse me. Is there a café?

B    No but there's a drinks machine on the first floor.

5        A Excuse me. Where are the toilets?

B    They're ground floor.

Excuse me, where's the hotocopier?

pronunciation Notice the stressed words (underlined) in this question. Practise saying the questions in exercise 6. Now ask for these things in the library.

videos                       newspapers                    CDs

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vocabulary directions

7 Follow the directions from reception. Write what the visitors did at the university, a to f.

                                           d He sent ane-mail.

b She borrowed a book from the library. c We spoke to the Japanese teacher.

e They had an exam. f He used the toilets.

Turn left and go along the corridor, then turn right. It's the third door on your left.

 Turn right. it's at the end of the corridor.

2       Turn left, go along the corridor, then turn right. They're at the end of the corridor, on your left.

3       Turn right, it's the first door on your left.

4       Turn left, it's the room at the end of the corridor.

5       Turn left, go along the corridor, then turn right and go to the end of the corridor. Thrn right again, it's the second door on your right.

Japanese Spanish meeting room   toilets department         department

English department book cupboard

Reception           you

                                     are                          lecture room

here

coffee

library      computer room I exam room

Turn left, go along the corridor, then turn right.

Look at the map.

Give directions from reception to these places.

It's the

book cupboard Spanish department stairs coffee room

lecture room

your grammar

infinitives of purpose

An infinitive is to + a verb e.g. to go, to see, to have.

We use infinitives of purpose to show why someone does something. Look at the examples.

Layla went to the train station to meet her friend.

They went to a restaurant to have lunch. They went to the cinema to see a film.

Match the questions and answers.

Why did you go to thea To see where Sallýs train station?new house is.

1     Why do they walk to work?    b TO save money.

2     Why do you want to goc TO take the train to to the café? London.

TO meet some friends. 3 Why did he get a timetable? e To check my spelling.

Why did you go to the pub on Friday?          To send e-mails to my friends. 5 Why do you want a computer?

g To take photos 6 Why did he buy that map? on holiday.

h To find out the times

7     Why did you buy a dictionary?       Of the buses to Madrid.

8     Why did they buy a digital camera?          To buy a sandwich.

pronunciation / J/, /tf/, and/d3/


8 Complete the texts. Use the words in the box that have the same sound as the underlined letters in each person's name.

sausages Russia chef     fish chips                 journalist teacher


Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

natural English normally

[2 I (don't) think so

[2 Would you prefer ?

C] suggesting and responding

grammar  have to/ don't have to/do I have to .  can /can't (permission)

[2 expand your grammar short answers

vocabulary  numbers (2)  money


C] hotels  expand your vocabulary hotel rooms

 backpacking

grammar have to/ don't have to/ do I have to . . . ?

1      Read about Sunny Reef Camp Site. Are sentences I to 8 true or false X ?

You have to make your breakfast. X

 You don't have to be 18 years old to use the bar.

2      You have to share the kitchen.

3      You have to be quiet after I o'clock at night.

4      You have to clean the shower after you use it.

5      You have to check in before 2 0'clock in the afternoon.

6      You don't have to pay for your car.

7      You have to book online.

8      You don't have to pay when you arrive.


you grammar

short answers

Look at the examples.

question

short answer (long answer)

Haye you got a dictionary?

Yes, I have (got a dictionary).         No, I haven't (got a dictionary).

Did he enjoy his holiday?

Yes, he did (enjoy his holiday).      No, he didn't (enjoy his holiday).

Can I pay with my credit card?

Yes, you can (pay with your credit card). No, you can't (pay with your credit card).

Write short answers to the questions.

           Is he your student?                                No, he isn't

           Does he like swimming?                       Yes, he

2       Was the bus late?     Yes, It

3       Can I borrow this pen?            Yes, you

4       Do you live in Madrid?            Yes, I

5       Did they play football last week?   NO, they

6       Has your father got a car?   Yes, he

7       Are they Italian?        Yes, they

8       Has she got any money?         Yes, she

2         Look at the camp site information

(on page 44). Answer the questions.

Do I have to check in after 2 p.m.?

I DO I have to pay for my baby?

2        Do I have to bring my own cooking equipment?

3        Do I have to eat in the restaurant?

4        Do I have to book by telephone?

5        DO I have to pay by credit card?

grammar can/can't (permission)

3         Look at the camp site information.

Complete the sentences with can or can't.

You can swim in the mornings.


 You  have breakfast in the restaurant.

2        You  go into the restaurant at 8 p.m.

3

You  buy food in the

 

 

camp site.

natural English normally /'na:mali/

4

You                    smoke in the shop.

 

5

Children eat or drink

4 Match the questions and answers.

in the bar.

a at a camp site test yourself!    b by train

nine

e thirteen euros forty-five

      5                                            f one euro eighty                                                            money

7 Match the beginnings and endings of the sentences. 6 Complete the Taylors' bill using the numbers a to f below.

ZEUS FAMILY HOSTEL

Dorou Street, Athens

Date......24.0&.05

Name..

Number Of nights. ...Z..                   Number of adults..

Number of children...3....

Meals

Breakfast        10 Dinner...

The shop sells

 Did you buy a

2        We had to pay a

3        Antonio didn't spend

4        We decided to share the

5        Maria paid for the room

6        How much did the holiday

7        You usually have to pay 8 We booked for four nights and

a        10% service in restaurants.

b        with her credit card.

c         restaurant bill. so I paid half. d new backpack for your holiday? e much money in Belgium.

 saved €100.

hdeposit when we booked.

 cost?

book a room

Yotel

Formule 1

Hotel HK

double rooms

 

 

1 en-suite rooms

 

 

2 bath

 

 

3 shower

 

 

4 Internet access

 

 

5 parking

 

 

6 swimming pool

 

 

7 gym

 

 

8 restaurant

 

 

9 bar

 

 

10 breakfast included in price

 

 

9 Order the words to make questions.

en-suite / Has / got / it / rooms ?

A                    Has it got en-suite rooms? B don't think so.  got / pool / hotel / Has / a / the ?

B                     I don't think So.

2 it / a/ restaurant / Has/ got ?

B I don't think so. 3 gym/ there / Is/ a ?

B I don't think so.

4         breakfast / the / included / Is/ price/ in ?

B I don't think so.

5         Are / any / available / there / rooms ?

B Yes, I think so.

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your vocabulary

Match the words with the pictures. towel /'taoal/

1                a sheet /Ji:t/        5          balcony / I bælkani/

2                blanket /'blænklt/'       6 C] pillow /'prloo,"

3                hanger       7          fan /fæn/

4                C] kettle /'ketl/  8 Cl mirror /'mrra/

the correct word.

A can 1 have another towel/blanke.t for my bed? B Yes, of course.

1    A Could I have some sheets/hangers for my clothes? B Certainly. Here you are.

2    A It's quite hot in here.

B Turn on the fan/ mirror.

3    A Could we have some more pillows/balconies? B Of course.

4    A There's a kettle/ hanger and some tea and coffee in every room. B Thaffs good, we can make a drink.

5    A Has the room got a sheet/batcony? B No. I'm afraid not.

natural English Would you prefer ... ?

/ 'wudja prI'f3:/

10 Who says these things? Write R for receptionist and W for waiter.

Would you prefer a table in a smoking or non-smoking area?  Would you prefer the first floor or the second floor?

2     Would you prefer meat or fish?

3     Would you prefer potatoes or chips?

4     Would you prefer a double or twin?

5     Would you prefer a bath or a shower?

6     Would you prefer to Sit near the window?

7     Would you prefer breakfast in your room?

8     Would you prefer a balcony?

natural English suggesting and responding

11 Match the suggestions and responses.

Let's have a party tonight.

 We could go to the cinema.

2        We could go to a French restaurant.

3        Let's go home.

4        We could Stay at the Plaza Hotel.

Let'S have a drink.

 That's a good idea. I'm quite thirsty. b I'm not sure about that. The rooms are very expensive.

C Yeah, that's a good idea. Is there a good film on?

d       Hmm, I'm not sure about that.

I'd like a pizza.

e        Hmm, I'm not sure about that. I've got an exam tomorrow.

 That's a good idea. I'm really tired.


ten          helping hands

Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

natural English talking about ages

[2 quite/ very well giving opinions


C] offering help

grammar can /can't (ability)

[3 something / anything / nothing, etc. expand your grammar somewhere/ anywhere / nowhere

1, I want to take your photo. vocabulary              2  goodbye. action verbs

3 How babies move.

C] parts of the body4 The opposite of work.

[2 common phrases

                                                                                                          6                           the ball to me.


natural English talking about ages

2 Do the quiz.

Learning to Talk Tick the best answer.

When do babies say their first words?

 

 

b

 

 

 

at 2—3 months at 10—12 months at 18—20 months

a

 

b

 

c

1   Children say simple words, for example No and Dad, when they are 6—11 months old.

12—18 months old. 19—24 months old.

2   Children use six or more words at

10 months.

14 months.

18 months.

3   Children begin to ask for things, e.g. drink. and join words, e.g. Daddy home, when they are

 

 

b

 

 

 

1        year old.

2        years old. 3 years old.

4   Children ask questions and use short sentences at

 

 

b

 

c

1—2 years. 2—3 years.

years.

 

 

b

 

C

 

5   Children can tell stories and use longer sentences when they are years old. 5—6 years old. 6—7 years Old.

es •qt'•z grammar can/can't (ability)

3 Complete the sentences with can or can •t.

Babies can't can't say their first words at 2—3 months.

I Children Say simple words at 6—1 1 months.

2      Children use six or more words when they are ten months old.

3      Children         join words at 24 months.

4      Children make short sentences when they are 2—3 years old.

5      Children tell stories at 4-5 years.

ten

natural English quite / very well

4        Circle the correct sentence, a Or b.


They can't dance very well. 5 a Yuri can drive very well. b They can dance quite well. b Yuri can't drive very well.

expanJour vocabulary

aches

Write the words for the pictures.

stomachache /• stAmake1k/ backache /'bækelk/ headache /' hedelk/ earache /'larerk/ neckache/'nekelk/ /'tu:eerk/

3            4               5

Underling the correct word.

He ate two boxes Of chocolates and now he's got earache/stQmag_ache.

1      She can't eat anything, she's got toothache/ neckache.

2      Can you turn the TV down? I've got a headache/ backache.

3      He's got toothache/ backache so he can't walk very well.

4      1've got stomachache/ neckache and I can't move my head.

5      The music was so loud that I had toothache/earache after the concert.

wordbooster

5        Order the letters and write the words for the pictures.

1     efet feet— 6 eehtt

2     rhai7 rldhosue

3     urnoht      8 bhmtu

4     hasotcm  9 grefins

5     eeys

test yourself!

Cover the words. Say the parts of the body.

common phrases

6 Complete the sentences.

I -O— my arm playing basketball. a broke b happened c need

1       What's the a wrong b matter c happened

2       There's something _ with the photocopier.

a    happened b terrible c wrong

3       Can I give you a to work? a lift b hand c drive

4       She doesn't look very _ today. a fine b terrible c well 5 Do you any help?

a    100k           b need c like write it!

Your friend wants you to go to his/ her birthday party. You're not well and can't go to the party. Write an e-mail to explain.


Offer help


natural English giving opinions

7        Complete the sentences using it's better to . and the words in brackets.

A    I don't know what the problem is.

B    I think it's better to go to the garage .

(go I garage)

I A Have you got any cigarettes?

B I think

(stop I smoking)

2       A I don't understand this exercise.

B I think

(ask / teacher)

3       A It's an hour by train, or three hours by bus.

B I think

(take / train)

4       A It's this way.

B I think

(look at I map)

5       A Don't worry, I can fix this.

B I think

(buy / new TV)

grammar something/ anything/ nothing, etc.

8        Underline the correct word.

            There wasn't someone /            Sitting opposite me.

 I didn't see someone I anyone in the street.

2        It was really cold but no-one / nothing stopped to offer me a lift.

3        There's nothing / anything I can do to help.

4        Did anyone I anything Offer to help you?

5        Is no-one / anyone with you?

6        There'S something I anything wrong with this CD.

7        Anyone / Someone at the Supermarket offered to carry my bags. 8 Is there anything I anyone I can do to help?

9        Tick or correct the sentences. nøthiyy

The bag was empty. There wasks-eçaethiag in it.

There wasn't anything in the room.

 There's something wrong with my mobile phone.

2       He said anything to me but I didn't understand.

3       I'm really hungry. Is there nothing to eat?


4       There's something to worry about. The test is easy.

5       Did you do nothing interesting at school?


natural English offering help

10 Match the problems with the offers of help.

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your grammar

somewhere / anywhere / nowhere

Look at the table.

 

POSITIVE +

NEGATIVE -

QUESTION

people

someone

no-one

anyone

things

something

nothing

anything

places

somewhere

nowhere

anywhere

Look at the examples.

There was nowhere to sit on the train so we had to stand.

They went to live somewhere in Spain.

Complete the sentences with somewhere, nowhere, or anywhere. Did you go guytere_yesterday?

1    Is there  interesting to visit near here?

2    They stayed at a camp site    in Turkey.

3    I'm bored, there's

4    Did Jamal and Tony go           at the weekend?

5    He went         with his brother.

6    There was       to go, so we stayed at home.

7    Jemma bought a beautiful bag      in town.

8    We stayed in a hotel           in the town centre.

9    The children were bored because there was  to play. 10 They met at a youth hostel  in Paris.

mouth /ao/

hours,

group /u:/

 

doubte IA/

couple,

took /o/

 

pronunciation sounds and spelling

(00 and ou)

11 Underling the correct spelling.

It takes a coople / ç.Q.unle Of hoors / hours by plane.

 This is my new hoosc / house.

2        Coold / Could I have a spoon / spoun, please?

3        I've got toothache / touthache.

4        What's the matter with your foot / fout?

5        Woold / Would you like a cup of coffee?

6        How many coontries / countries did you visit?

7        It's aboot / about 50 miles.

8        This is my coosin I cousin, Elena.

Put the underlined words in the correct row.


Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

natural English

C] How long does it take?  agreeing and disagreeing get buy) recommending: should + verb

grammar

[2 comparative adjectives superlative adjectives expand your grammar too + adjective

vocabulary shops and products  adjectives (3) expand your vocabulary travel nouns


 A to B

grammar comparative adjectives

1 Read the texts.

For Valentine's Day I took my wife, Sandra, to Venice on the Orient

Express train. We left London On Sunday morning, travelled through France, Switzerland, and Austria, and arrived in Venice on Monday evening. The journey was great and the train was very comfortable. There were three restaurants on the train and the meals were excellent.

It was expensive; I paid over £1,000 for each ticket, but it was fantastic. (Sam, London)

and I had no clean clothes. (Michael, Bournemouth)

I visited my friend Rosanna in Venice last week. I got a plane ticket on the Internet for £25. The journey usually takes a couple of hours but we were delayed for four hours. The plane was awful. The seats were small, there was nothing to eat or drink, and there was no film to watch. There were lots of very noisy children on the plane too. I was very happy to get Off the plane in Italy. 'Then I found out that my bag wasn't on the plane

natural English How long does it take?

2        Put sentences a to f into the conversation.

a How long does it take to get to the town centre b It took ten minutes in the taxi c Well, the flight only takes a couple of hours d Not long by car

It took four hours to fix the problem

R = Rosanna; M = Michael

R Michael! You're here!

M Hi Rosanna. It's great to see you. How are you?

R I'm fine, but you look tired. _e_ ?

 but we were delayed in London.

R Why?

M Oh, I'm not sure. I think there was something wrong with the plane.

2

R How was the journey from the airport?

3        Complete the sentences. Write the comparative forms of the adjectives in (brackets).

            Small cars are (easy) easier               to park than buses.

      Rollerblading is (dangerous)                     than walking.

2       Riding a motorbike in winter is (cold) than travelling on a plane.

3       My car is (old)         than yours.

4       Walking is (healthy)     than driving.

5      


In Amsterdam, bicycles are (common)  than buses.

natural English agreeing and disagreeing

4 Correct the mistakes.


3

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your vocabulary

travel nouns

Match the words and pictures.

                 drive     cruise     excursion

1                                                                                                    2

               4          5

Underline the correct word or phrase.

Do you often have to go on business_trips/cruises for your company?

1     They went On a six-week tour / excursion of South America.

2     It was a nice day so we went for a drive/cruise.

3     The flight/drive from London to Sydney took 23 hours. 4 We went for a drive/tour in HenVs new car.

5      The excursion/business trip to Pompeii costs 200 euros.

6      Every year I go on a cruise/excursion around the Mediterranean Sea.

—wordbóoster

shops and products

5 Look at the pictures (opposite). Find eight more products in the puzzle. Match them with the shops below.

                                                                                                                                                                                                        C        H         A

                                                                                                                        P    H     x

                                                                                                                       R     R     x

                                                                                                                        L          F

                                                                                                                                                                                                            A D           

                                                                                                                A s                                                                                                        p      1      R   1   N B

                                                                                                                            P    E M R                                                                                                                        E    U          

                                                                                                                                                                                                                               A s sT                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              E s

supermarket  chemist

2        department store

3        butcher's 4 furniture shop

5        record shop

6        post office

7        clothes shop

8 baker's natural English get (= buy)

6 Order the words to make sentences.

When / new / car / get / Rudy / did / his ? When did Rudy get his new car?

                                                                                                                                                   did / What/ you / at / baker's / get/ the ?

2

3       I I envelopes/ get/ VVhere / some / can ?

4       We / get / to / some / have / chairs

5       did / Where / get / bag / you / that ?

how to

Ctecòmmend

natural English recommending.• should + verb

8 Match I to 5 and a to f.

You should try that  a les a great country and you can new Mexican restaurant.practise your English there. 1 Don't stay in that hotel.b You can buy cheap fruit and

2 You should hire a car.vegetables there. c The food's great. 3 Don't take the bus. d The train is cheaper and faster. 4 You should go to Australia. e IYs a good way to see the country. 5 You should go to the market.

f It's really dirty. There's a better one near the town centre.

grammar superlative adjectives

adjectives (3)                      9 Write the superlative forms of the adjectives in (brackets).

7       Choose the correct word to complete the sentences.

'John' is a very C_ English name.

              a healthy b rich          c common

I Playing sports keeps you a poor b healthy c lucky

2 We had a — meal in that new restaurant in town.

a          wonderful b common c lucky 3 Football is the most — sport in

Slovakia.

           a rich          b popular c busy

5       The town centre was quite Saturday.

a          wonderful b modern           c busy

6       In China eight and nine are numbers.

a          lucky b rich c common

7       He's very  • he's got no money.

a          modern b common     c poor

8       1'd prefer to live in a — flat in the city Centre.

a          healthy b modern    c busy

8       You have to be — to buy a house in Monaco.

           a rich       b common       c popular

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rammar

too + adjective

Look at the examples.

I can't buy a coat. They're too expensive.

I cant work. Its too hot.

I want to go back to Australia. les too cold here.

Make sentences using too + the adjectives in the box.

late   noisy   difficult tired small modern          hot      big

A       Can we stay at this hotel?

B        No, it's t0Q.exae-nsiye-. We don't have much money.

Do you like this town?

B No, it's  . I prefer old towns.

2      A Is this room OK?

B      NO, it's  . Have you got a bigger one?

3      A Are you going to learn Chinese?

B      NO, it's         English is easler.

4      A I want to go to Africa.

B      Africa's  for me. I want to go somewhere cold.

5      A Do you prefer to live in a city or a village?

B      Cities are  . I prefer to live somewhere quiet.

6      A Which train goes to Oxford?

B      I'm sorry, you're

The Oxford train left five minutes ago.

7      A Why do you want to take the train to work today?

B      Because I'm  to drive my car.

8      A Why do you need a smaller travel bag?

B      This one is  to take on the plane.

10 Write sentences using the superlatives in (brackets). Use is or has.


Reykjavik is the oldest city, (oldest)

 (hottest summers)

2          (biggest)

3          (newest) 4  (coldest winters)

5         (most people)

6         (smallest) 7  (coldest summers)

8  (fewest people)


Tick G/) when you've done these sections.

natural English  How about you?

 phoning a friend  telephone introductions  showing you (don't) understand


grammar  present continuous present simple vs continuous  expand your grammar verbs not usually used in the continuous

vocabulary C] clothes  telephoning  expand your vocabulary mobile phones

are they?

natural English How about you?

f My brother. How about you?

Have you got any friends here?

a Yeah, French and Arabic. How about you?

1 Who do you go on holiday with?

b One or two. How about you?

2 Do you speak any other languages?

c At the shopping centre in town. How about you?

3 When did you meet your girlfriend?

d Yeah, once or twice a week.

4 Do you often go out with the

How about you?

people you work with?

e A couple of years ago.

5 Where do you buy your clothes?

How about you?

1 Match the questions and answers.

grammar present continuous

2          Write the names Of the people in the picture. Naila and Karen are sitting on the sofa talking.

Karen and Carlos are smoking.

Kevin and John are smiling.

Rebecca is standing near a window and listening to a man.

Rebecca and Naila are drinking wine.

Chang is talking to a young woman.

Maria and Gemma are dancing in the middle of the room.

Kevin and Chang are holding plates of food.

Maria and Naila are wearing trousers.

John and Kevin are talking.

John is wearing glasses.

3          Rewrite the sentences correctly. They going to school.

They are going to school.

 I is talking to my friends.

2        Is Tomás and Luis working today?

3        They aren't smokking.

4        She listening to her CDs.

5        What she wearing?

6        We isn't playing computer games.


twelve

telephoning


1                                                          wordbooster

 4 Order the letters for the clothes. DO the puzzle and find a new word.

                   tobos             boots

2                                                          srdes

3                                                          tha

4                                                          tskri

5                                                          njesa

6                                                          catkej

                 7 rsith

8       urtoesrs

9       (new word)

5 Choose the correct word. Did anyone when I was out? a engage b call c message

 Terry Brown  a message for you. a rang b left c phoned

2        I phoned but she wasn't there. I got her a answerphone b no answer c number

3        Rita's busy at the moment. Can you  later? a engage b ring back c leave a message

4         called you three times last night but your phone was a engaged b no answer c answerphone

your vocabulary

mobile phones

Match the words with the pictures.

phone charger          ringtone

2                     hands-free set

3                     C] top-up card

4                     voicemail

5                     C] text message

Match the beginnings and endings of the sentences.

Be quiet! I'm listening toa a top-up card today.

1    He uses a hands-free setb my voicemail.

2    I need to buy    C text messages every day.

3    She sends him            d is very loud.

4    Your ringtone e in the car.

5    Gema borrowed my     phone charger and lost it.

5        I need to ring Chao today but I haven't got his a answerphone b message c number


use the phone

grammar present simple vs continuous

6 the correct form of the verb.

 

Sanjiv Emilio, what do you do /are-YON_dQi.ng?

Emilio I Itext/'m texting Joe to ask him to play football tonight.

Sanjiv But today's Wednesday and we always 2 play/are playing football on Wednesdays!

Emilio Yeah, but I got a new phone yesterday and | 3 practise/'m practising. Sanjiv Wow, thaft great! 4 Does it take/ Is it taking photos?

 

 

Jemma Kevin, the phone 5 rings/ 's ringing.

Kevin Well, I can't answer it, 1 6have/'m having a bath.

 

 

 

Irina DO you want to come over to my house? rve got the new Brad Pitt DVD.

Linda Great idea — are your parents in?

expuc)g ammar

verbs not usually used in the continuous

Look at the examples.

understand Majed understands English.

Majed.:s.uqdes-taad.ing English.

like                    They like football.

They¼e4ikiag football.

need                  Why do you need a new car?

Why aæ-you-needüag a new car?

want                DO you want to go out?

to go out?

know                  He doesn't know my brother.

He

Underline the correct words.

When  you needing the money?

1   Are you liking/ Do you like playing tennis?

2   He wants/ is wanting a glass of water.

3   Does she need/ Is she needing any help with her homework?

4   I don't understand/ am not understanding this word.

5   Do you know /Are you knowing my teacher?

Write the correct form of the verb in (brackets).

What time do-UOU-WOŒ_ (want) to meet me tonight?

Bruno is-dúing— (drive) to work today.

1    They (not/like) watching horror films.

2    The students (need) new dictionaries.

3    The children usually (do) their homework in the evening.

4    (you/understand) what the teacher is saying?

5    What     (you/want) for lunch?

6    We (not/go) for a drink after work tonight.

7    He (not/walk) to school today because i€s raining.

8    When (need) your book?

Irina Oh no, they're out. They 7 go /are going to the gym every Tuesday and then they usually 8 meet/ are meeting some friends for a drink. Linda Okay, I'll phone my mum and tell her. She 9 works/'s working in London today.

Irina Really? What 10 does your mum do/'s your mum doing? Linda Oh, she'S an engineer with a big Oil company.

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natural English phoning a friend

7 Put the telephone conversation in order.

Sun ita Hello?

sally

                                                      Hi Sally.             the matter?

Sunita c Yes, please.

Sally

4

e

Yeah, it is.

 

 

f

Hi, iYs Sally.

Sunita

6

g

Thanks a lot, Sunita.

sally

 

h

Well, I need some help with my homework.

Sunita

8

Shall I come to your flat?

Sally d Okay, see you about 15 minutes. Sunita

sally                 Bye.


natural English telephone introductions

8 Complete the conversation with a suitable word. There may be more than one possible answer.

R = receptionist; E = Elizabeth

R Good morning, International English Learning Centre.

E Good morning. CQu_U-Can—— I speak to Jenny Jones, please?

       R Who's                                              , please?

E My        's Elizabeth Richardson. I work at the university.

R Just a minute I'm sorry, Jenny's teaching at the moment.

Would you like to leave a

E Yes, please. Could you ask Jenny to

R Certainly, what's your

E My office number is 678945 and the best time to call is after lunch.

R Okay, So that's Elizabeth Richardson, telephone number 678945, and you want Jenny to call after lunch. E That's right. Thanks very much.

natural English showing you (don't) understand

9 the phrases that Javier uses to show that he understands/ doesn't understand.

M = Michelle; J = Javier M What do you fancy doing today?

J Sorry?

M What do you want to do?

J Ah! OK. Well, I have to buy some presents for my family. M You should go to Harrods.

J Pardon? Who is Harry?

M Harrods. It's a big department store.

J Oh yes, Harrods. How do I get there?

M By train and tube.

J Sorry, what's a 'tube'?

M It's like the metro in Barcelona.

J Oh, 1 see.

M Look here's a map. Take the train to Richmond, get on the District line tube, change at Earl's Court and get the

Piccadilly Line tube to Knightsbridge.

J Er,... Could you repeat that? M Don't worry, I can take you.

pronunciation consonant groups

10 the words that begin with two consonant sounds. Say the words.

             He         in winter.

 How do you spell your name?

2       Her cat sleeps all day.

3       I need some new clothes for work.

4       We travel a lot.

5       Did you have breakfast?


Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

        natural English                                                                                                               new life

What are you doing tonight?

    Do you ever ?                grammar be going to + verb; might /mart/ + verb

inviting and responding making plans together

grammar be going to + verb might + verb

vocabulary

[2 verb + preposition


C] kinds Of film

1 Are the sentences true Or false

Joe's going to travel for one year.

 Joe and Sally are going to learn a foreign language.

2        Sally's going to work with children.

3        Sally's going to visit Spain.

4        Sally is going to dance.

5        Joe and Sally are going to work abroad.

6        Joe and Sally are going to visit South America.

7        Joe's going to study at university after his gap year. 8 Sally's going to travel for six months.

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lans

g]

Hi Mum! Hi Dad!

It's Day 10 of my trip and I'm in Paris. It's great here! I met somebody called Tom on the train yesterday, and he's on a gap year too. We're staying in a hotel near the city centre.

Tonight we're going to go up the Eiffel Tower, then walk or take the metro to the Latin Quarter. Tomorrow I want to go to Versailles but it might be closed on Mondays.

On Tuesday Tom and I have to get up very early to catch the train to Strasbourg. We've booked a room at the hostel there. After Strasbourg, I'm not sure; I want to go to Berlin but Tom has a friend in Munich and he says we can stay there.

Anyway, I hope you're OK.

Bye for now

Joe n

 

this Friday     next Monday at the weekend    tomorrow         the day after tomorrow

2 Read the text. Write might or is/ are going to.

A What are you doing tonight?

 

Joe and Tom might— walk to

B Not much, I'm really tired and I don't want go out.

the Latin Quarter.

 

Joe

visit Versailles

 

on Monday.

 

B I'm going to the cinema with a couple Of my friends.

2

Joe

catch a train on

2     

 

Tuesday.

 

B Oh, I always play football at the sports centre on Thursdays.

3

Joe

stay in a hostel

 

 

in Strasbourg.

 

3       

4

Tom

travel to

B I'm taking the car to the garage and going shopping for clothes.

 

Strasbourg with Joe.

 

4       

5

Joe

travel to

B I'm not sure. I might go skiing.

 

Munich.

 

5       

natural English What are you doing tonight?

                                                                                          Tuesday                                                         Saturday

?$kiing

Wednesday   Sunday cinewta (Pirates of the ?skiing Caribbean) Luis & Ana

Thursday        M onday football — sports centre Rxrsian lesson

? drink With

Friday take car ? ¶arqqe buy new jnmper


3 Write questions about Javier's plans. Use What are you doing . and the phrases in the box.

B I've got a Russian lesson and I might go for a drink with Luis.

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wordbooster verb + preposition     kinds of film

4 Match the beginnings and endings of the sentences.

How long did you have to waita about the exam?

1    I spokeb on new clothes for her children.

2    Carlos didn't agreec to some music?

3    I can't go out tonight.d to Jim yesterday evening.

I have to look

5 Elena spent of her money

 

6 We paid €2,000

g after my little brother.

7 Are you thinking

h with the teache(s ideas.

8 Do you want to listen

 to Tomas yesterday?

4    Did you speake for the train tickets. all for the bus this morning?

think back!

Remember five more kinds of film. comedy

6 Find eight kinds Of film in the puzzle.


Complete the words.

comedy


comedy

film

 

 

R

o

A

c

A

B

natural English

Do you ever . . . ?

N

M

Y

c

z

A

s

film film

5 Order the words to make questions.sT R RT B play I Do basketball / ever / you ?A x H DO you ever play basketball?c P L R LH O O

                               the I you / DO / go / cinema / in / ever/ the / to / afternoon ?A Q                                                                                      L                                                                                    1 P o                                                                                      N                                                                                NR

                                                                                                                                                                       T      H LN L E R

                                                                                                                                                                   A E                                                                                                                                                                LT   L w G R



TTAo 3 read I Does I horror / she / ever I stories ?        ET        E          RR       o R

4       


Do / by / taxi/ travel / they I ever ?

5        he I Does / watch / ever/ cartoons ?


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invite someone

natural English inviting and responding         natural English making plans together


     8

7 Complete the conversation using the phrases in the box.

What's it about               Shall I buy

Where's it on            I'm a bit busy

 

what are you doing Do you want

Would you like to What's on

 

HOW               YO                 

 

9

Ana          Jernma, dp YQu want to

come to the cinema tonight?

 

Jemma Sorry,tonight. Ana   Luis,  after work? Luis   Nothing. Why?

      Ana                                         to go and see a film?

Luis the new Robert De Niro film.

Luis

Ana       It's a horror film. Luis     Yeah, OK.

      Ana     The big Multiplex cinema.

                       7                                          a meal first? There's a Spanish

Luisgo for restaurant near the Multiplex.


      Ana      Yes, great.

Luis       8  some tickets on the Internet? Ana      Good idea.

Underline the phrases that Ana, Luis, and Jernma use to respond

Match the questions and responses.

What shall we do at the weekend? —d—  Good idea. Where shall we go?      

2        OK. How shall we get there?

3        Fine. Where shall we meet?

4        Yes, OK. When shall we meet?    5 Yes. What shall we take?

a        By train.

b       How about 9.00?

c        Some sandwiches and something to drink. d How about a picnic?

e To the beach at Brighton?  At the station?

Put the telephone conversation in order.

a       Fine. What time?

b       How about the restaurant?

d Yeah, 0K. e At 6.00?

 Right, so that's 6.00 at the restaurant.

Ana Hello.

Luis Hi, Ana. It's Luis.

Ana

Oh, hi Luis.

Luis

Ana

Luis

I forgot to ask. C—

Ana

Luis

4

Ana

. See you tomorrow.

Luis

Bye, Ana.

Ana

Bye.


to invitations.

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Tick (V) when you've done these sections.

natural English

How many times ?                       •ancredible!

have a 4 adjective + noun natural English How many times . . . ? grammar present perfect (experience) 1 Do the quiz. How adventurous are you? present perfect and past simple

How many times in the last ten years have you

 

B

c

D

three or more times

twice

once

never

changed your job?

 

 

 

moved town / city?

 

 

 

 

travelled to another country?

 

 

 

 

learned to do something new?

 

 

 

 

made a new friend?

 

 

 

 

Your score

 

 

1— 5 Wake up!

6-10 Leave the house and get to know the world. 1 1-15 Don't stop! There's lots more to see and do.

16-20 That's incredible! When do you sleep?

vocabulary opposites


[2 feelings fixed phrases

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grammar present perfect (experience)

2 Read the text and the list.


Teachers Gary Banks and his wife, Tanya. saw a TV programme about the fifty most popular things that people wanted to do before they died. Gary and Tanya wrote a list of things that they want to do before they die. So far, they have done five of the things On the list.

IHINCSTO DO ØEFORE we DIE/

a køt air balloon in South Africa                         '04)

-              see the pyramids in Egypt

-              visit Paris and have dinner at the Eiffel ToWer restaurant (May '05)

— do q ho-gee jump i" New Zealand           (Dec '04)

— travel the Orient ExpreJ$ train — visit Disneyland the CASA - ride a tamel in Tunisia '04)

-              a boat around the warld

-              Write a book about aur advent¼re.r

— swim with sharks in Australia       (Aug '05)

Are the statements true or false X?

They've done half Of the things on their list. v/

-              They've eaten in a restaurant in Paris.

2 They haven't written a book.


 They haven't swum with sharks.

4     They've been to Egypt.

5     They haven't flown a hot air balloon. write it!

Write a list of ten things that you haven't done but want to do before you die.

I haven't been in an aeroplane.

grammar present perfect and past simple

3        Underline the correct form.

Mila

Did you ever go / Have yQ11 ever been to New Zealand?

Jack

Yes, I I did / have.

Naila

When 2did you go / have you been?

Jack

Last summer. 3 Did you ever go / Have you ever been?

Naila

No. My sister 4went I has been there last year but | 5 didn't go / haven't been with her.

Jack

Why not?

Naila

1 6didn't have / haven't had any money.

Jack

Well, it's a great place to go and the people are very friendly.

Naila

Where 7 did you stay / have you stayed?

Jack

In hostels mostly, but sometimes 1 8stayed / have stayed with friends.

Naila

9 Did you do / Have you done anything exciting when you were there?

Jack

Well, I Iodid / 've done a bungee jump from a bridge.

Naila

That's amazing!

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wordbòoster opposites think back!

4        Order the letters to make verbs or adverbs.   

6 Complete the e-mail. Use the words in the box. There are two

               I lelw                                                        extra words.

2      spsa      excited frightened       pleasednervous       

3      brrmmeee        surprised         embarrassed   angry

4      ants

 

 

Hi Sue!

Well, I've finally finished! Yesterday was my last day teaching at the college. I'm really pleased that I don't have to go back but I felt quite when I said goodbye to my students. They gave me a Good Luck card and Some lovely flowers.

I think my new job is going to be great! I am very 2 about starting next week. I was quite they gave me the job because my interview wasn't very good. I was really 4        because I got lost and arrived late!

Next week I'm going to Warsaw for a meeting. I'm quite  because the meetings going to be in Polish. I hope I can understand everyone.

Well, I better go. I've got lots to do before Monday.

Take care,

Maria xx

5      sole

6      dbyla

7 nwl

8         niisfh

9         efrgot

10   ifla seol IQse—

5 Match the words (in A) with their opposites (in B).

find/(Qse

test yourself!

Cover circle A. Say the opposites of the words in circle B.

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natural English have a + adjective + noun

8 Underling the correct phrase.

A    Sandra, I'm going to work now.

B    Have a nice holiday. / Have a nice day. A We're going skiing next week.

B Well, have a great time! / have a nice day!

I They didn't offer me the job.

2 1'm really sorry. I've broken

2 A I'm going to Spain tomorrow.

a Congratulations!

your glass.

B Have a nice evening! /Have a lovely

b Good luck!

a Thanks a lot.

holiday!

c That's a shame!

b Don't worry.

A Thanks!

 

c Have a good time.

3 A I'm going out for a meal with Andy after

work.

B Have a good weekend. / Have a nice everung.

4 A Well, it's Friday and it's 5 0'clock so I'm going home! See you on Monday.


B Have a good weekend. / Have a nice day. A Thanks! You too!

3 1've won the lottery!                     4 We got you this book for your

5 A We're going to have a picnic on Sunday.

a What a shame! birthday. b I'm really sorry. a Thanks a lot.

B Have a nice evening. / Have a lovely day.

     c Congratulations!                                    b Good luck!

c Congratulations!

pronunciation linking

9 Mark the linked sounds.

5 1've got an exam in the morning. 6 We're going on holiday a Have a good time. next week. b That's great. a I'm really sorry. c Good luck! b Have a good time. c That's a shame.

5        I've never met anyone famous.

6        I've driven a Ferrari.

7        I've written a book.

8        I've learned a lot Of English!

I've neve\been in love.

 I've run a marathon.

2        I've visited Italy twice.

3        I've never lived alone.

4        I've been in hospital several times.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Say the sentences that are true for you.

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one                                                                                      two

Hi. my name's Tomás.

Nice to meet you.

3    Hello, I'm Sandra.

4    Hello. my name's Rebecca.

5    Ni«• 10 meet you, Rebecca.

say it!

1 Is Katia from Barcelona?

No. she isn't.

Is Katia married?

No. she isn't.

Is Tomás from Poland?

No. he isn't.

4 Is Tomás single?

No. he isn't.

Is Katia a doctor?

Yes, shc is.

6    Is Tomás from Spain?

Yes. he is.

7    Is Tomás forty? Yes, he is.

8    Is Katia thirty?

Yes. she is.

3       A W Y E o P A S S I S T A N

L I C E O F F I C E R
3 U S I N E S S M A

U R N A

4 1 an

an 5 an

forty-eight

3      thirlecn

4      twenty-one

5      sixty-seven 6 fifty-nine say it! students' own answers

'S Thai

're German

's French

4    's .lapancse

5    're Polish

's Argentinian / Argentine

's Italian

8 •re Chinese

the

5 the

4 the

8 the

1 Budapest is in the Hungary.

Rick is from the United States.

HOW 2 Fine' Very well yo n 4 Very

5 thanks

8 1 i

orange 2 diet mineral

4    rcd

5    black

10 1 Would you likea glass of wine?

2    Would you like tea with letnon?

3    Yes, a dict cola. please. 4 Would you likea hot chocolate?

5 Yes. a mineral water, please.

say it! Would you like . a mineral water? a black coffee? a glass of orange juice? a diet kt)la?

2 eyv

glass

1 bottle can

3 mug carton cup

1            glass

2            bottles carton 4 mug cans

ICJ r. l, m. n. s. x and z (in Br Eng)

letters not in the circles arc o and r say it! students' Own answers write it! students' Own answers 12 1 a

a

computer

eyg

2 laptop

1 Javier has got two English

camera

CD player

dictionaries.

printer

      3 How many                  people are

laptop is not in the puzzle

          in            class?

4 Three glasses 01 while wine. please.

o 0

5 Guilia and Emilio have got

  p     E E Y T R P U

       four               children.

6 Thc -we-t-t-t-a+-s women at the party are from Brazil.

8 I think the new

H O E

computers are great.

w

A Y

      magazine         6 dictionary

3   lighter            7 notebook

4   key  8 newspaper

5   travel card   9 hricfcasc

say it! pronunciation

say it! students' Own answers

computer. printer, player

6 1 Whcrc is Brigitte's calculator?

camera. mobile phone, laptop

2 Gianni's homework is difficult.

students' Own answers

3 Brad is Julia's boyfriend.

things

4 Arc lhcy Simon's courscbooks?

thing

5 Maria's new bag is yellow.

3 things thing

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