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Contents
Starter
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the alphabet
a cardinal numbers
pp. 5-6
People around
the world
pp. 7-20
a ordinal numbers
a colours
o school subjects
¡ the verb fobe
r subject pronouns
r possessive adjectives (my - mine)
o possessive pronouns
¡ the verb havegot
o question words
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Language Review 1 p.21
Skills Practice 1 pp.22-23
Revision 1 p. 24
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East West,
Home's Best
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Day after day
pp. 43-56
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pp.61-74
Language Review 4 p. 75
Skills Practice 4 pp.76-77
Revision 4 p. 78
Life in the past
pp.79-92
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places in a
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buildings & materials
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town; tourist attractions
in an area
o present simple
o adverbs of frequency
o prepositions of time
o possession/who/whose
o modals: can, have to,should/oughtto
adjectives/adverbs
a free-time activities; daily routines
a work routine
a college life
a
continuous
a malls; places in a mall
a food; drinks
the weather; seasons; seasonal activities
a clothes; accessories; footwear
a
market products
a festivals & celebrations
a types of climate
liule
a going to
a was/were
a had
a could
a past simple (regular/irregular
places in a
town
childhood memories
structures & buildings; adjectives describing
buildings
famous figures
types of films, feelings
past continuous
Have you ever ...?
LanguageReview6p.lll
Skills Practice 6 pp. 1 12-1 13
Revision 6 p. 114
Vocabulary Bank pp. VB1-V828
Writing Bank pp. WB1-WB6
Grammar Reference pp. GR1-GR9
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present perfect
yet, already, ever, never, just, since, for
present perfect vs past simple
the passive (present simple/past
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a school rules
a family members
present continuous
present simple vs present
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the time
a wild/domestic animals; pets
a reptiles
a can/can't; must/m ustn't
a object pronouns
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Language Review 5 p.93
Skills Practice 5 pp,94-95
Revision 5 p. 96
pp. 97-1 10
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houses; rooms & furniture/fixtures
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verbs)
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hobbies
days; months
greetings; saying goodbye; introduction
physical appearance
abilities
can
Language Review 3 p. 57
Skills Practice 3 pp. 58-59
Revision 3 p, 60
Come rain or
shine
a countries; nationalities; jobs, sports &
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comparisons
plurals
this/that - these/those
prepositions of place
the imperative
adjectives; position of adjectives
prepositions of movement
Language Review 2 p. 39
Skills Practice 2 pp.40-41
Revision 2 p. 42
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how old, which)
there is/there are; some/any
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means of transport
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Rules for Punctuation p. GR10
American English - British English Guide p. GR11
Pronunciation p. GR12
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Star forum (sentence completion)
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introducing yourself & others;
greetings; saying goodbye
Pronunciation:
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The Flag of the UK
(answering
comprehension
questions)
(Geography)
World Landmarks
(quiz)
l0l, lól
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describing a house
talking about position
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(comprehension)
Viewing a flat (dialogue)
The Floating lslands of Lake Titicaca
(missing sentences)
a dialogue (asking for & giving
a blog.entry about yourself, your
ravounte sport & sports person
a dialogue presenting yourself
a short text describing yourself
an informal email presenting
yourself; Skills: word order; capital
letters
talking about abilities
intonation in questions
Sports Stars (comprehension)
content
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information
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o describing people
content
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dialogue (asking for personal
information)
dialogue; introductions & greetings;
ísten ing: matching; identifying
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asking about addresses
asking personal information
arranging to see a flat for rent
descrjbing lifestyles
giving directions
Pronunc¡ation: lu|,l¡l ,lóel ,lóil
a short
a short
text describing your house
text describing your
bedroom
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(multiple
matching)
compare the Uros' lifestyle to yours
an email to a friend deicribióg
your house & favourite room;
Skills: punctuation
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Towers
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information)
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What's for Breakfast? (multiple
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The Flying Fruit Fly Circus Schooll
expressing likes/dislikes;
describing your daily routine
talking about activities;
expressing frequency
asking forltelling the time;
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arranging for a time to meet
identifying people; discussing
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A visit to Puebla (T/F)
a dialogue (buying drinks & snacks)
postcards from market places
(multiple matching); listening for
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identifying people; dialogue about
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specific information
Breakfast around the worldl
(comprehension)
Troy (reading for specific
information)
Ancient Egyptians (T/F)
a dialogue (childhood memories)
Machu Picchu (matching headings
to paragraphs)
Francis Drake: Hero or villain?
(multiple choice)
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movies (multiple
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relations
o describing reptiles
o Pronunciation: lsl, lzl, hzl; l0l, lól
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an advert for a festival (gap filling)
a place
describing activities happening
now
lel
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a postcard from puebla saying
what you are doing now
a short text describing what is
happening in photographs
a postcard from a festival; Skills:
informal style; opening/closing
remarks in informal emails
a short text about different types
The Mall of America
(completing
a
graphic organiser)
(Geography) Tundra
Climate - Hot
Desert Climate
(multiple matching)
of climate
o describing Troy
o describing childhood memories
o describing a lost city
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sentences about what you do at
weekends
an email describing your visit at
Giraffe Manor
an email to a friend about your
College Life (T/F
statements)
(Science) reptiles
(a quiz)
family; Skills: linking ideas:'ond,
but, or
a quiz about an animal category
buying food/drinks
making suggestions
describing characteristics of
different types of climate
Pronunciation -ing ending; lal,
compare a person,s daily routine
to yours
talking about films; expressing
feelings
recommending a film
Pronunciation: -ed ending;
minimal pairs lal-lo,l ,
hl-lr.l, lpl-lc.l
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sentences about Troy
a quiz (T/F statements)
sentences about what Machu
Picchu was like
an informal email describing a
film you saw; Skills:
recommending
Life in the UK: The
Swinging 1960s
(complete
sentences)
(History) Native
Americans (multiple
matching)
matching)
a postcards
a
a
(multiple choice)
strange experiences (T/F)
embarrassing moments with my
gadgets (missing sentences)
social etiquette (paragraphs to
headings)
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an email (comprehension)
listening: matching speakers to
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List pp WL1-W124
Ansler 5ection pp. AS1-AS2
5:rclent's Book Tapescripts pp. SBT1-58T6
¡ narrating experiences
r offering to help
o give advice
¡ Pronunciation: diphthongs
a an informal email
a a blog entry about an experience
of yours
a paragraph about social
etiquette in your country
a story; Skills: sequencing
Evaiuations pp. E1-El0
Workbook Key pp. WK1-WK16
Workbook Tapescripts pp. WKTl -WKT5
VS0: (Matching
paragraphs to
headings)
(Science) Mobile
Phone Network (T/F)
lrregular Verbs
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Intrnduetion tc the Tsacher
PrimeTime f is a modular secondary-level course for
learners studying British English at elementary level.
It allows a flexibility of approach which makes it
suitable for classes of all kinds, including large or
mixed ability classes.
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consists of six modules. Each module
consists of nine units plus Language Review, Revision
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ELEMENTS OF THE COURSEBOOK
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Each module begins with a modular spread that
contains: a brief overview of what will be covered in
the module, pictures and words/phrases related to
the theme of the module, and exercises to practice
the vocabuláry presented.
Eoch modu I e co ntai ns th e fol I owi n g se cti on s :
and Skills Practice sections. The corresponding module
in the Workbook provides the option of additional
practice.
Student's Book & Workbook
The Student's Book is the main component of the
course. Each module is based on a single theme and
the topics covered are of general interest. All
modules follow the same basic structure (see
Elements of the Coursebook).
The Workbook is in full colour and contains units
corresponding to those in the Student's Book
containing practice on all four language skílls. lt also
contains a Grammar Bank and Revision Practice for
students to prepare for their tests. lt can be used
either in class or for homework upon completion of
the relevant unit in the Student's Book.
Teachert Book and Tests
The Teacher's Book contains Teacher's Notes which
provide step-by-step lesson plans and suggestions
about how to present the material. This book also
includes a complete Key to the exercises in the
Student's Book & Workbook and the tapescripts of
the listening material.
Audio CDs & Tests
The Class Audio CDs contain all the recorded
material which accompanies the course. This includes
the dialogues and texts in the Listening and Reading
sections, as well as model dialogues, Pronunciation/
lntonation section, and the material for all listening
tasks. There is also one CD which contains the Tests
in word format. The Tests, one per module, are
available for teachers to use as a formal means of
checking their Ss' progress. There is also a full key to
Class
the Tests, listening tasks & tapescripts.
Student's Audio CD
The S's Audio CD contains the main texts or model
dialogues in the Reading sections of the Student's
Book, Pronunciation/lntonation tasks as well as the
homework and preparation.
Pictures are employed to introduce Ss to the
of each module. Vocabulary is practiced
through various types of exercises. A particular
feature of the book is the teaching of collocations,
which helps 5s remember vocabulary items as parts
of set expressions. (See Student's Book Ex. 3, p. 30)
vocabulary
COURSE COMPONENTS
Listening tasks of the Workbook for the purposes
Vocabulary
of
Grammar
. The grammar items of each module are presented
by means of clear and concise theory boxes.
. Grammar exercises and activities reinforce Ss'
understanding of these items. There is also a
Grammar Reference section at the back of the
Student's Book that offers more details.
Listening tasks and Speaking practice
. Ss can develop their listening skills through a
variety of tasks. These tasks employ the
vocabulary and grammar practiced in each
module, in this way reinforcing understanding of
the language taught in the module.
. Controlled speaking activities have
been
carefully designed to allow Ss guided practice
before leading them to freer speaking activities.
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Pronunciation activities help Ss recognise sounds and
reproduce them correctly. lntonation activities help
Ss improve their intonation patterns.
in
real-life
communication. Standard expressions and language
structures associated with realistic situations are
extensively practiced.
Study Skills
Brief tips, explanations, and reminders at various
points throughout each module help Ss develop
strategies which improve holistic learning skills and
enable Ss to become autonomous learners of the
English language.
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Everyday English
These sections provide practice
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Writing Bank
Tl' s section provides preparation of the writing task
t]'p€s es they are presented in the Student,s Book. lt
ccrtarns theory plans, full-length model compositions
and useful language to help Ss produce successful
D eres of r,.'riting.
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Reading texts
-f.ese texts or situational dialogues practice
specific
reading skills such as skimming, scanning, intensive
reading for specific purposes, understanding text
structure, and so on. The texts are usually exploited
in four stages:
o a warm-up activity to intrigue students
. top-down act¡vities (scanning and reading for
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ensure
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Ss systematically develop
their writing
skills.
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A model text is presented and thoroughly analysed,
and guided practice of the language to be used is
provided.
The final task is based on the model text and
follows the detailed plan provided.
All writing activities are based on realistic types
and styles of writing such as letters, emails,
descriptions, postcards, and reviews.
Culture Corner & Curricular sections
Each module contains a Culture Corner and a Curricular
section.
. ln each Culture Corner, Ss are provided
g
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detailed
understanding)
oral reproduction (Ss outline the main points of
the text)
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for
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with
culture information and read about aspects of
English speaking countries that are thematically
linked to the module. Ss are given the chance to
process the information they have learnt and
compare it to the culture of their own country.
Each Curricular enables Ss to link the themes of
the module to a subject from their school
curriculum, thus helping them contextualise the
language they have learned by relating it to their
own personal frame of reference. Lively and
creative tasks stimulate Ss and allow them to
consolidate the language they have learned
throughout the module.
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Module Language Review & Revision sections
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These follow every module and reinforce Ss'
understanding of the topics, vocabulary, and
structures that have been presented. Games enable
Ss to use the new language in an enjoyable way,
using the format of a team competition, and
The material has been designed to help Ss learn new
language in the context of what they have already
mastered, rather than in isolation. ln the Revisioñ
sections, a grading scheme allows Ss to evaluate
their progress and identify their weaknesses. The
objectives of the module and the Ss, achievements
are clearly stated at the end of each Revisron section.
Grammar Reference section
This section offers full explanations and review of
the grammar structures presented throughout the
book. lt can be used both in class and at home to
reinforce the grammar being taught.
Vocabulary Bank
This section contains presentation and practice of
vocabulary items related to the theme of the module.
American English - British English Guide
An . American English - British English Guide
outlines and highlights differences betwlen the two
main international varieties of English.
lrregular Verbs
This provides students
with a quick reference list for
verb forms they might be unsure of at times.
Word List
A complete Word List contains the new vocabulary
presented in each unit, listed alphabetically, with á
phonetic transcription of each word.
SUGGESTED TEACHING TECHNIQUES
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Presenting new vocabulary
Much of the new vocabulary in prime Time I is
presented through pictures. Ss are asked to match
the pictures to listed words/phrases.
Book, Module
1,
(See Student,s
p.8, Ex. la.)
Further techniques that you may use to introduce
new vocabulary include:
¡ Miming. Mime the word you want to ¡ntroduce.
For instance, to present the verb sing, pretend
you are singing and ask Ss to guess thl meaning
of the word.
o Synonyms, opposites, paraphrasing, and giving
definitions. Examples:
- present the word strong by giving a synonym:
"powerful."
present
the word strong by giving its opposite:
"weak."
- present the word weekend by paraphrasing it:
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"Saturday and Sunday.,,
present the word famous for by giving its
definition: "very well - known (person or thing).,,
promoting humanistic learning.
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context
Example. Examples place vocabulary into
For
easier'
,ná .ánt.quently make understanding
inriun.", introdice the words city and town by
ieferring to a city and a town in the Ss' country:
"Rome is a citY, but Parma is a town'"
or
Sketching. Draw a simple sketch of the word
For
words you want to explain on the board'
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Listening and Reading
You may ask Ss to read and listen for a variety of
purposes:
or
i-isten¡ng and reading for gist' Ask Ss to read
listen to-get the gist of the dialogue or text being
4a'
dealt with. (See Student's Book, Module 2, p' 27' Ex'
successfully'
Tetl Ss that in order to complete this task
detail in the
single
every
understand
to
need
thtey do not
you which
tell
to
need
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A¡áogue that
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ad the dialogue matches.)
Listening ánd reading for deta¡l' Ask Ss to read
or listen for specific information ' (See Student's
to read or
Book, Module 2, p. 27, Ex' 4b' Ss will have
in order to
time
second
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for
page
27
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listen to the text
in the
details
specific
for
looking
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do the task. They
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árr*ingr, ,nd uny other visual material may also
,"ru" vocabulary teaching tools'
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may explain
Use of L1. ln a monolingual class, you
method'
vocabulary in the Ss' native language' This
moderation'
in
employed
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though, sñould
Ss may
Use óf oi.tion"ry. ln a multilingual class'
occasionally refer to a bilingual dictionary'
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The choice of technique depends on the type
it
find
may
you
example'
For
*orO ot expression.
miming
easier to describe an action verb through
definition'
or
than through a synonym
Note: Check
these words sections can be treated
before
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by
words
new
the
present
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or miming
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Speaking
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Speaking activities are initially controlled' allowing
for guided
practice.
(See Student's
Ss are then led to freer speaking activities'
(See
Ss are
Student's Book, Module 4, P' 69, Ex' 8a where
invited
to
describe
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picture, provided with the
necessary lexical items and structures')
E Writing
All writing tasks in PrimeTime 7 have been carefully
designed ío closely guide Ss to produce a successful
piece of writing.
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Always read the model text provided and deal
with ihe tasks that follow in detail' Ss will then
have acquired the necessary language to deal
éiuing examples, synonyms/opposites'
with the final writing task'
their meaning.
Make sure that Ss understand that they are
writing for a purpose. Go through the writing
task iñ detail io that Ss are fully aware of why
they are writing and who they are writing to' lSee
iruárrr't BooK ltodule 3, p. 55, Ex. 1/5' ss are asked to
write an emailgiving news')
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provided with. (See Stu dent's BooK Module3, p' 55' Ex' 5')
'ii *ouf¿ be well-advised to actually complete the
task orally in class before assigning it as written
f''o*"*oti. Ss will then feel more confident with
a complete plece of writing on their own'
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Projects
to
When dealing with project work, it is necessary
the
attempt
they
before
pr"p.r" Ss viett in class
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writing task at home.
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(See Student's Book'
Module 3, P. 55.)
after
Alternatively, go through the list of words
the
5s have read the text ánd ask Ss to explain
Ss can
words using the context they appear in'
look
or
meaning'
the
mime/draw
glu"-"*u*pí"s,
dictionaries'
their
in
úp tfre meaning
B Choraland individual repetition
familiar
Repetition will ensure that Ss are thoroughly
lexical
the
of
*iiL tf'l" sound and pronunciation confident
in
items and structures being taught and
their abilitY to reProduce them'
ask them
Ss to repeat chorally before.you
Always
help Ss
will
"sú
i"-i"óá"ll^dividuailv. Repeating chorallv
on
task
the
feel confident enough to then perform
their own.
Book Module 4'
p.ASl *. lb where 5s use the same structures to talk
about street markets in their country')
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text ond not for general information')
or
Flashcards. Flashcards made out of magazine
newspaper pictures, photographs' ready-made
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Closed pairs
Pairs of Ss work together
on a task or activity
while you move around offering assistance and
suggestions. Explain the task clearly before
When assigning writing tasks, prepare Ss as well as
possible in advance. This will help them avoid errors
and get maximum benefit from the task.
Commonly assigned tasks include:
Copy - Ss copy an assigned extract;
oictátion - 5s learn the spelling of particular words
without memorising the text in which they appear;
Vocabulary - 5s memorise the meaning of words
beginning closed pairwork.
.
Stages of pairwork
Put Ss in pairs.
Explain the task and set time limit.
Rehearse the task in oPen Pairs.
ln closed pairs, get Ss to do the task'
Go around the class and helP Ss.
Open pairs report back to the class.
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and ohrases or use the new words in sentences of
.
Group work
Groups of three or more Ss work together on a
task or activity. Class projects or role play are
most easily done in groups. Again, give Ss a solid
understanding of the task in advance.
.
Rolling questions
Ss one after the other ask and answer questions
assisted by prompts . (See Speaking Ex' 7b on p.47 of
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Correcting students' work
All learners make errors - it is part of the learning
process. The way you deal with errors depends on
rvhat the Ss are doing.
.
.
.
Oral accuracy work:
Correct Ss on the spot, either by providing the
correct answer and allowing them to repeat, or
by indicating the error but allowing Ss to correct
it. Alternatively, indicate the error and ask other
Ss to provide the answer.
oral fluency work:
Allow Ss to finish the task without interrupting,
but make a note of the errors made and correct
them afterwards.
Written work:
Do not over-correct; focus on errors that are
directly relevant to the point of the exercise'
When giving feedback, you may write the most
common errors on the board and get the class to
attemPt to correct them.
Remember that rewarding work and praising Ss is of
great importance. Post good written work on a
áisptay board in your classroom or school, or give
"reward" stickers. Praise effort as well as success'
Ex.6 on p.49 of the
Student's Book)
i!f're r O.'"'n;
Reading Aloud - Assisted by the S's CDs, Ss practice
a: i-c-e n preparation for reading aloud in class;
Project - After they have been prepared in class, Ss
cc'',np ete the writing task; and
rraJriting - After thorough preparation in class, Ss are
asked to produce a complete piece of writing.
(See
the Student's Book.)
J
Using the Student's Audio CD
Dialogues, texts and Pronunciation sections are
recorded on the Student's Audio CD. Ss have the
chance to listen to these recordings at home as many
times as they want to improve their pronunciation
and intonation.
.
.
to the recording and follows the lines.
S listens to the recording with pauses after every
sentence/exchange. S repeats as many times as
S listens
needed, trying
to imitate the
speaker's
pronunciation and intonation.
. S listens to the recording again. S reads aloud'
. All listening tasks in the Workbook are also
included in the Student's CD.
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Using L1 in class
Use L1 in moderation and only when necessary.
ABBREVIATIONS
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Class organisation
OPen Pairs
two Ss doing the
when you
technique
this
Use
together.
task
set
want your Ss to offer an example of how a task is
The class focuses its attention on
done.
(See Ex. 2b on p. 49 of the Student's Book')
Abbreviations used in the Student's Book and Teacher's
T
S(s)
HW
L1
Teacher
Student(s)
Homework
Students'
P(P). Page(s)
e.9. For examPle
i.e. That is
etc. Et cetera
native language sb SomebodY
Ex(s). Exercise(s) sth Something
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Feople around the world
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ln this module, Ss will explore the topics of people around
the world, sports & hobbies, jobs and appearance.
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Lesson objectives: To give an overview of the module,
to talk about countries and nationalities
Vocabulary: Countries (Poland, England, ltaly, Peru, Russia,
Argentina, Mexico, the USA, Ireland, Brazil, Chile, Spain,
Germany, France, Portugal); Nationalities (Mexican, Chilean,
Spanish, Argentinian, Brozilian, American, Pol¡sh, Ital¡an,
English, Peruvian, Irish, Russian, Portuguese, German, French)
8-9
listen for specific information, to
learn the affirmative form of the verb 'tobe',to read for
specific information, to summarise a text, to write a
blog entry about yourself and your favourite sport
Vocabulary: Sports and hobbies (horse riding, volleyball,
photography, ploying music, woodwork, reading, cycling,
14-15
Lesson objectives: To learn the verb 'havegot', to read
for specific information, to describe a person's physical
appearance, to listen for specific information, to write
about your physical appearance
Vocabulary: Physical appearance (HA|R: fair, grey, brown,
dark, short, straight, Iong, wovy, curly; LtPS: thin, futt;
HEAD/FACE: ear, cheek, mouth, neck, tongue, chin, beard,
teeth, moustache, nose, eye; BODV arm, hond, leg, feet;
of medium height, tall; WHGH\: thin, slim,
HEIGHT short,
plump, well-built, fat; AGE: young, in his early/tate twenties,
middle-aged, old); Yerb (make); Nouns (tribe, teg, ring, sign,
wealth, beauty, skin, holes, heavy earrings); Adjectives
(famous (for), beoutiful); Prepositio n (around)
Lesson objectives: To
painting, playing computer games, writing); Verb (be); Nouns
(student, dream, basketball player, hero, team, tennis club);
Adjectives (favourite, famous); Preposition (like); Phrase
(good at)
t0-1f
September, October, November, December); Nouns (symbol,
cro ss / n ati o n, g ov er n me nt bu i I di n g, h ol i d ay, Com monw ealth) ;
Adjective (special); Preposition (except for); Determiner
(each, every, certain); Phrase (on display)
13
Lesson objectives: To learn introductions, greetings
and saying goodbye, to pronounce
l\l, lól
Vocabulary: Greet people (Hi! How are you?
How's
(Great.
Respond
,);
everything? How's it going? Hello! l'm...
I'm fine, thonks. I'm OK. Not bad. So-so.); lntroduce yourself/
others (Hi! I'm ...Hello l'm ... This is ... ); Respond (Nice to
meet you. Hi, I'm ... Hello, l'm ... Oh, h¡ I'm ... ); Say goodbye
(Goodbye. Bye. See you. See you later. See you tomorrow. Take
care.)
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winner, oword, female, world record); Adjective (fast)
Lesson objectives: To learn 'con' (ability),
to
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listen for
to
learn question words, to
Vocabulary: Abilities (ride a bike, dance, run fast, ploy the
guital dive, swim, cook, sing, drive a car). Question words
(who, what, where, how old, which)
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E
F
t
t-
t
Lesson objectives: To learn about capital letters, to read
for specific information, to answer personal questions,
to learn word order in sentences, to write an informal
E
email about yourself
á
write a short text about the flag of your country
Vocabulary: Days of the week (Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday); Months
(January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August,
E
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about friends using comparative and superlative adjectives
Vocabulary: Sports (pole vault, tennis, martial arts, surfing,
football, cycling, cricket, golf, hockey, basketball, canoeing,
swimming); Nouns (athlete, pole vaulter, Olympic gold medat,
practice intonation in questions, to role play a dialogue
12
E
-
E
learn the negative and question forms of the verb 'fo
be', to learn subject pronouns and possessive adjectives,
to write a dialogue
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
E
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
learn comparative and superlative adjectives, to write
specific information,
(subject, literature, author, story, journey, dream); Adjective
(new); Adverb (here); Pronoun (what); Phrase (fullof magic)
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16-17
Lesson objectives: To listen for specific information, to
Vocabulary: Jobs (vet, astronaut, waiter, electrician, artist,
fire fighter, nurse, architect, pilot, actress, autho); Nouns
E
20
Lesson objectives: To do a quiz about world landmarks,
to write a quiz about landmarks
21
Lesson objectives: To test/consolidate vocabulary &
knowledge attained throughout the module, to play a
game, to do a quiz, to write a quiz
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4
4
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22-23
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24
4
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L-,
Etl
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Vocabulary: Geographical features (desert, mountain,
,',
':s
li learn about
houses, appliances,
and places in a town.
[_,
E
EI
r
L-,
ral
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25
.:.ectives:
of the module,
information, to write sentences
To give an overview
-':''cecific
:-'-3i5e
?r:,. Rooms in a house (kitchen, dining room,
:::^ t'oom,Iiving room, utility room); ltems in a house
t:'tos¡n, bath, towel, armcha¡r, sofa, carpet, cushians)
26-27
objectives: To learn there is/there are, to read for
information, to talk about a house, to compare
tr
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F
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L-
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the imperative, to learn
prepositions of movement, to learn A/An - The, lo
pronounce lóel and /ór./
Lesson objectives: To learn
Vocabulary: Shops (boker's, butcher's, supermarket, florist's,
chemist's, bookshop, pet shop, clothes shop); Products
(bread, meat, medicine, flowers, dog, posto, jacket,
of movemenl (up, down, along,
across, into, out of, over, under, through, past); Nouns
dictionary); Prepositions
(address, underground, station); Phrases (turn left, turn right)
I
I
forest, island, river, cliff, Iake, sea, beach, waterfal/); Nouns
(floating islands, place, home (to), surface, totora reeds, reed
hut, heating, fisherman, reed boats, school, hospital, tourists);
Adjectives (soft, wet,simple, popularwith); Adverb (nearby);
Ph rases ( experience a unique way of life)
Vocabulary: Parts
of
houses/Furniture, (bookcase, desk,
,',crdrobe, bed, door, sink, window, cupboard, mirror, table,
:narr, stairs, sofa, garden, f/oor); Nouns (shape, seashell,
¡'oung couple, spiral staircase, plant, room, stream, trees, view,
mountain); Adjectives (huge, bright, earthquake-proof);
Adverb (everywhere); Preposition (like); Phrases (grass
carpet, f riendly to the environment); Determiner (every)
36
Lesson objectives: To listen for specific information, to
practise giving/asking for directions
Vocabulary: Places in an area (pet shop, supermarket, post
office, gym, bookshop, cinema, lnternet café, fast food
(restaurant), clothes shop, Iibrary, school, butcher's, café,
28-29
chemist's, baker's, restaurant, park); Direcfions (go straight,
turn left/r¡ght, cross the road, go down ... is on your left/right
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
learn plurals. to learn th¡s/that - these/those, to learn
op
prepositions of place, to talk about position,
about a favourite room
to write
Vocabulary: Appliances (fridge, washing
mach¡ne,
37
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
learn about punctuation, to learn about adjectives, to
write an email to a friend about your house
dishwasher, tooster, iron, cooker, vacuum cleaner); Verbs
(catch, wash); Nouns (space station, neighbourhood, chore,
floating dust, pipe, mealtime, tin, packet, disposable clothes);
Adjective
fr¡¿et)
3o
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
write about tourist attractions
Vocabulary: Verb (forget); Nouns (statue, ride, chance,
boat, horse and carriage, path, Iake, zoo, skating rink,
skyscraper, flight); Adjective (huge); Phrases (symbol of
independence, get wet)
31
Lesson objectives: To read for gist, to pronounce /u:/
and lnl , asking for and giving information about a flat
for rent
Vocabulary: Asking/giving information (How can I help
you? OK, let me see. How many rooms has it got? And how
much is it? Which floor is it on7 Can I see it7 ls 6 o'clock this
posite / n ext to / betwe
en
/ b ehi nd)
38
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
make a presentation about a tower or building
Vocabulary: Verb (slide (out)); Nouns (wood, glass, brick,
steel towel skyline, tonne, top, sight, spaceship, second, great
view, glass cube): Adjeclive (cool); Phrase (hundreds of flats,);
Phrasal verb (stand out)
39
Lesson objectives: To test/consolidate vocabulary &
knowledge attained throughout the module, to play a
game, to do a quiz, to write a quiz
40-41
42
evening OK7 What's the address?)
bd
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Lesson objectives: To read for cohesion and coherence,
H
to identify the author's purpose, to write an email
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32-33
describing a place
Vi(T)
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Ev
ffi ffimy mfeer dmy
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50-51
free-time
ln this module, Ss will explore the topics of
activities, daily routines, and animals'
to
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information'
Manor
write an email about Giraffe
monkey'
üo.uUut"ryt Animals (iguana, bear' giraffe' cat'
43
of the module'
Lesson objectives: To give an overview
to talk about free-time activities
(ploying board games'
Vocabulary: Free-time activities
text messages' snowboarding' going
*oicn:,ing DVDs, sending
surfing the Net'
the li6rary, Iistening to music, rollerblading'
to
'ío-¡ná
books)
to tnípool, haÁging out with friends' reading
44-45
information' to
Lesson obiectives: To read for specific
pronounce /s/'
to
learn the simpte present affirmative'
lzl, ltzl, to write about your daily routine'
shower' have
vocabulary: oaily rouiin e (get up' have a.
dinner' do
have
do sport'
Urrofforr, io to sciool, have lessons'
teeth' go
brush.my
Ái-noÁrio*, walk the dog, watch a DVD'
(cow'
Nouns
die);
U,ed); yg¡$5 (milk, biti, catch, make'
tí
'goát,'rroll,
Iaboratory'
farm, hand, arm, type' enclosure.'
puppy); Adjectives
venom, teeth, team, medicine, antivenin'
(dangerous, poisonous); Adv erb (early)
46-47
information' to
Lesson objectives: To read for specific
to listen
(negative/questio.ns)'
Lrrn tf'" fresent simple
of time'
prepositions
i"r lp..iril information, to learn
you
what
about
write
tá f"rrn adverbs of frequency, to
do at weekends
üáá
u
ty t V erbs (hi d e, r etur n,
r
sh are)
;
Noun
s-loffic e w o r k'
"
outdoors,wildtifephotographer,dawn'iungle);Phrases(get
of
keep siitl, wait for a chance' beauty
rendy, work shifts;
nature)
48
information' to
Lesson objectives: To read for specific
life in
college/university
summarise a text, to talk about
your country
íoi"ourrtyt Nouns (Biology,
Physics' Che.mistry' English
plan' drama'
i¡iirature,'campus, dorm, adventure' meal
Adjective
(the)
pool;
charity'
nr*rpoprr, fraternity, sorority,
proiects' live,
(exc¡i¡n'g); Phrases $tudy hard, make friends'
'atone,
events' hold
íheap price, ioin ,lub', po" tests' organíse
events, rais'e money, clean up the environment)
d.o
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time' making
Lesson objectives: Asking/telling the
16l
ldl
pronounce
arrangements, to
'
.(Do you want to "' '
Vo.uñut"tyt Making arrangements
fiat
¡s
¡t
to meet? What time
sounaí good. What time do you want
(at
tennis courts) at
the
meet
Let's
you?
f or
ntow? ts
7:30. OK,
L
vii(T)
i:30
see
OK
You there.)
eagle' snoke'
parrot, elefhant, horse, aÁt, hamster, goldfish'
(leoves'
twigs' slice'
(stare);
Nouns
l-r,ri,'dotphin); Verb
proiect'
conservation
hug,
guests,
personality, Ieader, treat,
(normal' ployful'
acre, estate, owner, stafñ; Adjectives
(in
wild' do their
the
Phrases
rare, exotic, gentle);
typical,
ElÉ
ETé
¡-
-E
best, feel welcome)
¡E
.E
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information'
Lesson objectives: To read/listen for specific
lo
should/shouldn't'
learn
to
to,
have
io t"utn have to/don't
learn how to use adverbs and adjectives
player' be on
VocaUutary: School rules (switch off your MP3
lunch' take part in
time, wear á school uniform, bring a packed
tightrope
,porrr), Nouns (trapeze, circus skills' acrobatics'
(iuggle'
courset performer); Verbs
ialking,
performance,
exist); Phrase (uníque experience)
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to listen for
Lesson objectives: to learn 'sgenitive/whose'
you
in.
ipecif ic iniormation, to descri be pe.ople.
l,furn 1ly -mother' mum'
(father'
dad'
members
Family
üocabulary:
,in, dougitrr, husband, wife, brother' sister' uncle' aunt'
grandad'
gr:onaso;, gr:anddaughter, cousin, grandfather'
gran d m other,
g r an d m
a,
ne ph
ew, niece)
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¡E
¡É
E
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t
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to write an
Lesson obiectives: To learn linking words,
email giving news
56
information' to
Lesson objectives: To listen for specific
animals
research añd write a quiz about
iguana' turtle'
VicaUutary: Reptiles (alligator, snake' lizard'
(reptile'
tortoise'
s
(exist);
Noun
koro¿o aíalon); verb
IE
¡r
E
l=
E
E
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backbone,meat,vegetables);Adjectives(poisonous'cold'
dry, hot); Phrase (warm blood)
AE
tr
57
&
obiectives: To test/consolidate vocabulary
Lesson
-f"o*f"¿g.'attained
throughout the module' to play a
game, to do a quiz, to write a quiz
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58-59
60
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Hi
Hr
H,
H,
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ffiwmw
. tr;s module, Ss will explore the topics of seasons,
e3:ner and climate, holiday activities, clothes, snacks,
r'¿r(eis, food and drinks, festivals and celebrations.
,',
6f
Lesson objectives: To give an overview of the module,
ri :¿ < ¿oout weather and seasons.
Vocabulary: Weather (freezing cold, snowy, boiting hot,
'-n.',
,,,
;I
--fl]
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.:a
;z
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52-53
Lesson objectives: To learn the present continuous
affirmative), to pronounce the -lng ending, to read for
scecific information, to write a postcard from a place in
,,,our country
Vocabulary: Holiday activities (sightseeing on a tour bus,
shopping for souvenirs, swimming, sunbathing, eating locol
Nouns (guide, route, cooch, mountain,volcano,
tour, sights, fort, flea market, crafts, snack); Adjective (snowcapped); Phrases (can't woit, it's a pity)
Vocabulary: Market products $ewellery antiques, clothes,
animals, flowers, fruit & vegetables, meat & fish, pottery); yerb
(follow); Nouns lmountains, stall, traditional costume, tool, map,
delicacy, fried insects, pineapple juice); Adjectives (colourful,
local, delicious); Phrases (speaktheir tanguage, get tost)
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
learn countable/uncountable nouns/quantifiers, to learn
Be
going to
Vocabulary: Dairy producls (yoghurt, cheese, butten mitk);
Meat & fish (chicken, salmon, beef); Fruit (watermelon,
grape, apples, oranges, tomatoes, cherries); Vegetables
(cauliflowel onions, peppers, beans, eggplant, cabbage, corrots,
Iettuce); Drinks (tea, coffee, orange juice, water); Other (eggs,
bread, sugar, rice, cereol, pasta); yerb (inctude); Nouns (good
mannersr toast, breakfast spread, scrambled eggsl; Adjectives
(traditional, steamed, important, fried, sliced, available)
72
Vocabulary: Clothes (flat shoes, high heels, teggings, socks,
sandals, boots, trainers, trousers, skirt, top, coot, dress, gloves, hat,
streets, dance in the streets, watch a parade, watch a fireworks
display, crown the queen, paint their faces)
learn the present continuous (negative/questions), to
sunglasses, scorves, cap, bag, sweatshirt, shirt, tie,T-shirt, shorts);
Yerbs (guess, match); Nouns (present, success, top); Adjectives
(expensive, gorgeous, halfprice); Adverb (togethe|; phrasal
verb (lookfor)
66
Lesson objectives: To read for gist,
73
to read for specific
information, to learn opening and closing remarks for
postcards, to learn object pronouns, to learn informal
style, to write a postcard about a festival
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
summarise a text,
to write about a shopping place
67
Lesson objectives: Buying food and drinks, to pronounce
/at/, /et/
dog, soft drinks, cola, lemonode, ice cream cornet, coffee);
Phrases (What can lget you? t'd like a hot dog, please.
Anything else? Can I have a cola, please? That's f.5.1,5, please.
Here you are. Here's your change.)
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in
you r city
Vocabulary: Drinks and snacks (slice of pizza, chips, hot
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compare the present simple and the present continuous
h
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Lesson objectives: To describe a scene, to listen for
specific information, making suggestions and replying
Vocabulary: Festivals and celebrations (play music in the
court, snack, dinosaur museum, roller coaster, aquarium, sea
creatures, shark); Adjectives (biggest, indoor); phrase (gef
tired of, variety of dishes)
-;I
--
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
rn Can - ftlusf (necessity/proh ibition/possibi ity), to isten
for specific information
lea
64-65
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
h
-Z
--
68-69
70-71
Vocabulary: Verbs (appear, serve); Nouns (skyscrape¡
shopping mall, accessories, electronics, toys, travel, food
;a
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mfu€mm
ú:"Cy, cold, roiny, chilly, foggy, warm, cloudy): Seasons
--f,
=
mr
':e,. soring, summer, outumn)
dishes, hiking);
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wmffim
Lesson objectives: To read for gist,
to read for specific
information, to write about different types of climate
Vocabulary: Verbs (characterise, exist, last, reoch, shine,
drop, survive, hold (in)); Adjectives (dark, dry). phrases (/ow
temperature, midnight sun, below freezing)
75
Lesson objectives: To test/consolidate vocabulary &
knowledge attained throughout the module, to play a
game, to write a quiz
76-77
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Life in the past
Vocabulary: Structures (baths, fountain, storage
ln this module,
Ss
will learn about
ancient cities and ancient civilisations.
lrTe
roomsr
polace, park, temple, tower, wall, bridge, pyramid, houses);
.
ln rne pasT,
Verbs (date back, destroy, constructed, grew);
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Lesson objectives: To give an overview of the module,
to talk about places, to listen for specific information
Vocabu
la
ry: Places (pool,
th eatre, bea ch, p ark, zoo, gy m, li br ary,
fast food restourant, opera house, aquarium, supermarket)
80-8f
Lesson objectives: To learn was/were, to learn adjectives
and opposites, to listen and read for gist, to learn had,
to write about Troy
Vocabulary: Places lfheatre, post office, café, restaurant,
department store, baker's, car park, hotel, bookshop, museum,
hospital, block of flats, clothes shop, grocer'5); Nouns (region,
officials, watchtowers, temple, workshops, pottery, mud);
Adjective (ancient)
82-83
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
learn could, to listen for specific information, to learn
the past simple of regular verbs, to pronounce /I/, /dl,
/td/, to talk about the past, to write a T/F quiz about
the Aztecs
Vocabulary: Ancient Egyptians (ruled, played board
games, played music, fished, worked as farmers/artists, had
boots and tronsported goods, could build pyramids, Iived in
houses made of mud bricks, hunted, attended school)
Nouns;
(emperor, earthquakes, astronomers); Adjectives (terroced,
thick, strong, beautiful, tall, huge, ancient, small, modern,
thin, weak, ugly); Adverb (exactly)
88-89
for specific information, to
learn the past simple of irregular verbs, to write about
Lesson objectives: To read
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a famous person in history
Vocabulary: Famous figures (Casimir Pulaski, Lord Nelson,
.t
Christopher Columbus, Napoleon Bonaparte, VIad the Impaler,
Ivon the Terrible, Blackbeard, Francis Drake); Verbs
(terrorised, disrupt); Nouns (explore¡ pirate, invasion,
navigator, approval, treasure, supernatural powersr voyage,
colonies, jewels, debt, navy, reign, glory); Adjectives
(merciless, invincible, mighty); Phrase (found a colony)
90
Lesson objectives: To listen for ipecific information, to
talk about films, to ask about/express likes/dislikes
Vocabulary: Types of film (fantasy, action, thriller,
adventure, science-fictionr romancq animated, comedy,
superhero, musical, horro¡ westernl; Adjectives (boring,
interesting, sad/depressing, funny,
exciting/amazing,
frightening/scary); Phrases (lt was great., I loved it., t quite
liked it., It wasn't very good., lt was boring., I didn't like it.)
91
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
recommend a film, to write an informal email about a
film
Vocabulary: Adjectives (good, bad, boring, sad, funny,
write about the 1960s
Vocabulary: Nouns (band, radio stat¡on, dance hall,
frightening, exciting, amusing, dull, depressing, scary, great,
thrilling, terrible)
84
fad,
floral print, hippy style, craze, moon); Adjectives (crazy about,
shocked, fashionable, popular), Ph rases (latest fashion, big h¡t)
85
Lesson objectives: Talking about childhood memories,
/o.1, ltl, /r./, lol, lc./ (minimal pairs)
Vocabulary: Childhood activities (played outside oll day,
delivered newspoperst had fancy dress parties, walked the
dog, helped my parents w¡th chores); Phrases (l lived on o
farm. Did you |ike ¡t? What about you? How was that? Was it
boring? Do you miss allthat?)
to pronounce lel,
86-87
Lesson objectives: To listen and read for gist and specific
information, to learn adjectives and their opposites, to
talk and write about Machu
92
Lesson objectives: To listen and read for specific
information,
to
prepare
a
presentation on Native
American Tribes
Vocabulary: Verbs (arrive, respect, protect);
Nouns
(continent, native tribe, canoe, hunting, trading, animal skin,
sled, buffalo); Adjective (wooden); Phrasal Yerb (look aftei
93
Lesson objectives: To test/consolidate vocabulary &
knowledge attained throughout the module, to play a
game, to do a quiz, to write a quiz
94-95
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Ss will explore the topics of holiday/
adventure act¡vities and experiences, means of transport,
ln this module,
volunteering, social etiquette, gadgets and injuries/
ailments.
someone, send an email, share photos, write a blog, chat online,
97
Lesson objectives: To give an overview of the module,
to talk about exciting experiences
Vocabulary: Exciting experiences (fly over a place in a
helicopter, go camping, travel in a camper von, cycle across
country, sail on a yacht, ride an elephant, drive a quad bike, go
sightseeing on an open-top double-decker bus)
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
learn the present perfect (affirmative), to write an email
about a holiday experience
Vocabulary: Activities (climb a volcano, ride a camel, go
bungee jumping, dive with sharks, ski down a mountain, iump
out of a plone, swim w¡th dolph¡ns, try ice climbing); Yerb
(explore); Nouns (ferry ride, skyline, highlight, desert, river
cruise, source, climate, coastline, ancient ruins, active volcano);
Adjective (clea); Phrase (make
a dream cometrue)
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learn the present perfect (negative & interrogative), to
write a blog comment
Vocabulary: Means of transport (tram, boat, bus, car,
cable car, coach, Iorry, helicopter, raft, van, scooter, gondola,
ship, taxi, ferry, train, bike, canoe); Nouns (ghost, bouquet)l
Adjectives (weird, elderly, old-fashioned); Phrases (on
board, wear my hoir in a bun, lost in thought, puzzled look)
102
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
write a paragraph about charity organisations
programme, volunteer, experience, field, host community);
Phrase (handinhand)
103
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Vocabulary: Volunteer activities (run in a race, work with
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Lesson objectives: To read for gist, to write a paragraph
about social etiquette
Vocabulary: Social etiquelte (blow your nose in public, kiss
you meet on the cheek, burp after a meol, smile ot people,
take off your shoes before going into sb's house, shake hands
with sb you meet, point ot people, ea"t everything on your
plate, give flowers to the host, show the soles of your feet);
Yerbs (ovoid, appreciate); Nouns (etiquette, globe, ground,
respect, strength, advice, jealousy, secrecy, sole, host, index
finger); Adjectives (polite, rude, thoughtful, disrespectful,
confused, obliged); Phrases (make eye contoct, shake hands,
firm handshake, purse your lips, nod your heod, side to side)
sb
f08
Lesson objectives: To listen for specific information, to
give medical advice
Vocabulary: Minor injuries/ailments
(cut your finger, have
a fever, sprain your wrist, have a toothache, twist your ankle,
have a cold/the flu, hove a headache, have a nosebleed, have
a sore throat, have a stomach ache, get sunburn)
109
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
listen for gist, to write a story
Vocabulary: Yerbs (participate, allow); Nouns (charity, aid
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music/films, browse web pages, use o social networking site, use
a search engine); Gadgets (smartphone, MP3 player, tablet
computq laptop, GPS receiver, video games console); Nouns
(gadget, mode, spot, opplication); Adjectives (awkward,
puzzled); Phrases (can't wait, smock-bang)
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
Lesson objectives: Volunteering/Offering
pronounce dithongs lrc|, li.l and /etl
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play video games, look up maps, listen to music, download
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difference between the past simple and the present
perfect, to write about an embarrassing moment
Vocabulary: Gadget uses ftext friends, ¡nstant message
to help, to
(keep in touch)
children ín schools, help Iook after onimals, donate/collect old
a
fundraising event, care for
clothes, attend/organise
people,
buy/sell raffle tickets, donate/collect
old/disabled
money)
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available?
rases (l'm interested in volunteering, When are you
I'm free on Monday mornings. We could
110
Lesson objectives: To read for specific information, to
make a presentation about GPS systems
Vocabulary: Verb (tronsm¡t); Nouns (frequency, base
station, antenna, cel/); Adjective (sophisticated); Phrase
111
Lesson objectives: To test/consolidate vocabulary &
knowledge attained throughout the module, to play a
game, to do a quiz, to write a quiz
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someone to walk the dogs. You can start on Saturday if you
like.)
112-113
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Lesson Objectives: To present and practice the
alphabet, cardinal and ordinal numbers, and colours; to
familiarise Ss with addresses and telephone numbers;
to ask about name and age; and lolearn a/an.
Vocabulary: Numbers (1-100), School subjects (Maths,
History, English, Art, Geography, Music, Science, lCT, PE)
C lassroom objects (atl as, n otebook, f ol de r, b ri efcase, er ase r,
book, schoolbag, ruler, pencil case), Colours (purple, pink,
red, blue, green, ye
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orange, brown, black, white, grey)
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. Ss listen and repeat the letters. Check Ss'
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the recording. Ss complete the task.
Ss to check their answers.
Play
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Answer Key
Peter
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Choose two Ss to read the example dialogue.
Allow Ss time to complete the task with the rest of
the addresses/telephone numbers in closed pairs.
Ask some pairs to act out a dialogue in front of
.
the
2
3
class.
4
Answer Key
2
A:
What's your name?
B: Luisa.
A: And your surname?
B: Fernandez.
A: How do you spell it?
B:
.
5
F-E-R-N-A-N-D-E-2. etc.
work in pairs to act out similar dialogues
using their full names.
Ss
A:
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What's your address?
B: It's double six- eight- nine- seven- six- five.
A: What's your address?
B: 182 Graig Avenue.
A: And your telephone number?
B: It's five-seven-two-eight-three-oh-nine.
A: What's your oddress?
B: 927 Lowton Street.
A:
And your telephone number?
B:
lt's three-four-six-seven-eight-five-nine.
- first
2 - second
.
1
.
0
1
- tenth (1 lth)
(1 st)
(2nd)
1l -eleventh (11th)
s - f¡fth (sth)
12 - twelfth (12th)
Play the recording. 5s listen to and repeat
the numbers. Check Ss' pronunciation.
Ask Ss to count from 1 to 100 around the class.
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Play the recording. Ss complete the task individually
and compare their answers with a partner.
Play the recording again. Ss check their answers.
Answer Key
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Allow Ss time to complete the task.
Play the recording for Ss to check their answers.
Play the recording again. Ss listen and repeat
A: Andyour surname?
B: Merton.
A: How do You sPell it?
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chorally and individually.
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A: Andyourtelephone number?
Monitor the activity around the class and check
for correct pronunciation.
class.
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addresses and
A: Andyourtelephone number?
B: lt's nine-seven-six-five-nine-eight-seven.
Ask some pairs to act out a dialogue in front of
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Choose two Ss to read the example dialogue.
Allow Ss time to complete the task with the
rest of the names in closed pairs.
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telephone numbers
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A: What's your address?
B: l2SBurtonStreet.
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O tisten and repeat.
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B:
212 Milton Street.
Avenue
A:
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182 Graig Avenue
number?
572-8309
A:
What's your name?
B: Peter.
A: And your
B: Ross.
surname?
A: How do yau spellit?
B: R-0- doubleS
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3 Martin Williams
4 Stephen Smithers
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7 Bobby Myles
8 Susan Perry
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3
fourth (ath)
10
sixth (6th)
first (1st)
21
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
twenty-one
third (3rd)
thirty
forty
fifty
fifth (sth)
sixty
twelfth (12th)
seventy
seventh (7th)
eighty
ninety
eighth (8th)
eleventh ('t1th)
ninth (9th)
tenth (10th)
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each person is.
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numbers, then listen and check.
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12 twelve
13 thirteen
14 fourteen
15 fifteen
16 sixteen
17 seventeen
18 eighteen
19 nineteen
20 twenty
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two
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2 two
3 three
4 four
5 five
6 six
7 seven
8 eight
9 nine
10
seven
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Peter Ross
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b)
Match the pictures to the school
subjects.
O tisten and check, then say.
History
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study at universitY?
English
Art
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Music
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before singular nouns.
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dancer, an actor
sounds (b, c, d, f, etc).
an before vowel sounds (a, e, i, o, u).
a teacher. She's an actress.
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, He's
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a) O listen and say.
b)
Look at the items in Ex. 8. Ask and
answer, as in the example.
A: Whot'sthis?
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Read through the list of subjects
with
Ss.
Allow Ss time to complete the task.
Play the recording. Ss check their answers.
3
Ask Ss to repeat chorally and individually.
Note: Explain that ICT stands for lnformation
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Read the theory box and check that Ss understand
when we use a/an.
Write more examples on the board.
Read the objects aloud and ask Ss to repeat
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chorally and individually.
Allow Ss time to complete the task individually.
Elicit answers in class and check.
a
a
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a
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a
A:
What's this?
B: lt's
a book.
A:
What colour is it?
B: lt's green.
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A: Wha*this?
B: lt's a schoolbag.
A: What colour is it?
B: lt's purple.
8
A: What'sthis?
B: lt's
a ruler.
What colour is
B: lt's red,
A:
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A:
It's an eroser.
What colour is it?
A: What's this?
B: lt's a pencil case.
A: What colour is it?
B:
It's pink,
B: lt's yellow.
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All of them.
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What's this?
lt's a folder.
What colour is it?
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practise asking and answering
questions about yourselves
Answer Key
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A:
B:
i,.&fry¡]r" expand the topic
Elicit the meaning of university (higher
education) and discuss with Ss which subjects
they think you can study there.
lt's grey,
A:
B: lt's brown.
A: What's this?
B: lt's a briefcase.
A: What colour is it?
B: lt's black.
A: What's this?
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B:
B:
stands for Physical Education.
Maths - D
History - A
A: What'sthis?
B: lt's a notebook,
A: What colour is it?
to read out the example dialogue.
do the task in closed pairs.
Monitor the activity and assist if necessary.
Choose two Ss
Ss
Ask some pairs to act out their dialogues
front of the class.
in
Suggested Answer Key
A:
What's your nameT
B: Liam.
A: And your surname?
B: Michaels.
A: How old are you?
B: I'm 19.
A:
What's
your
favourite colour?
B:
Red.
Answer Key
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4a
6a
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. Play the recording. Ss repeat chorally and
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individually. Check Ss' pronunciation.
As an extension, point to different objects in
the classroom and elicit their colour. e.g. T:
What colour is this? (T points to a chair)? Sl: Green.
b)
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;ñ;wd questions about objects and their
colours
.
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.
Choose two Ss to read the example exchange.
Allow Ss time to complete the task with the
rest of the objects from Ex. 8 in closed pairs.
Monitor the activity and help if necessary.
Ask some pairs to ask and answer in front of
the
class.
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title of the module People around the world
and ask students to predict the content of the
module (the module is about people from various
Read the
countries). Go through the contents list and stimulate
a discussion on what Ss
will learn in the module'
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repeat individually and chorally.
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r Ask different Ss to read what each person is
saying in the Pictures.
Explain the task and read the example' Point
out that for men/boys we use he, for women/
girls we use she. Allow Ss two to three minutes
io do the task. Check 5s' answers on the board'
Answer KeY
2 Juan is from SPain. He's SPanish'
3 Yuri is from Russia. He's Russian.
4 Nenisfrom EgYPt.He'sEgYPtian'
5 Lin is from China. She's Chinese.
6 Carta is from Mexico. She's Mexican'
7 Laura is from the IJSA. She's American'
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from and their nationalitY.
Ss do the task. Check 5s'sPelling.
to tell the
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present countries and nationalities
Allow Ss time to do the task individually and
compare their answers with a partner'
Play the recording for Ss to check their answers'
Play the recording again with pauses for Ss to
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each person's favourite hobby.
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be,
Ss close their books. Write on the board: / am
Claire.l'm C/oire. present the full and contracted
forms of the present simple affirmative of the
verb'to be'.
Point to a S. Say: you are Mario.you,re Mario.Then
write it on the board. point to a male S in the
classroom and say: He is paut. He,s paul. Then
write it on the board. point to a female S in the
classroom and say: She is Soily. She,s Satty. Then
write it on the board. Continue with the rest of
the pronouns.
Ask Ss to open their books and read the table.
Read the sentences with the class and elicit
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information and summarise a text
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table about each teenager in the text'
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text
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favourite (adi): Iiked the most
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professionally
like (prep): similar to
hero (n): sb admired
good (ot) (adi): skilled at
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for fun
sport played on a court with a racquet and a ball -
favourite athletes are Venus and Serena Williams'
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favourite sports are bosketball and tennis'
school tennis club
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hero, good at, team, tennis club
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at football. His favourite team is Real Madrid and his favourite footballer
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and check Ss understand
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practise the negative form of the
verb 'to be'
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example'
each person in the pictures, as in the
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repeat'
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answer
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with yes, the appropriate subject pronoun
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time to complete task individually'
Elicit Ss' answers and write them on the board'
Answer KeY
2 aren't 4
j isn't 5
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6
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7
isn't
I
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to the class
and check.
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Mark is a fire fighter.
Jason is an artist,
Sue is a nurse'
Claire ís an octress,
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Kote is an author'
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Tony is an astronaut'
James is on architect.
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task'
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Answer KeY
1
firefighter
2 nurse i art¡st 4
vet
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iitlto-gative forms of the verb'to
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their books' Say' then write on the
board: I'm o teacher' l'm not a pilot' Underline
the words l'm not'
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are)'
is'
be' is forme d (by adding not after am'
plural in
Present all persons singular and
both contracted and full forms'
Then write on the board: Am I o teacher?
the
Underline Am l' Explain that we form
putting
interrogative of the verb 'to be' by
the verb 'to be' before the subject pronoun/
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practise the interrogative form of the
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Ss
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present subject pronouns, possessive
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close their books. point to yourself and say: /,
then write it on the board. point to a S and say:
you and write it on the board. point to a male S
and say: he and write it on the board. Explain
that he refers to a boy or a man. Continue with
the rest of the subject pronouns.
Hold up a pen and say: This is my pen. It is mine.
Write it on the board and underline my and mine.
Explain that my is a possessive adjective and mine
is a possessive pronoun to show you own the pen.
Walk up to a S and pick up their pencil and say: Ihrs
is your pencil. lt is yours. Write it on the board and
underline the words your and yours. present the
rest of the possessive adjectives and possessive
Ss
o
pronouns in this way. point out that possessive
adjectives go before a noun while possessive
pronouns are used on their own.
Ss open their books and read the table.
Allow Ss time to do the task individually.
Ask Ss to read out the sentences with the
pronouns. Check around the classroom.
As an extension, write on the board: This is my
notebook,
Point to various Ss. Ss replace the word my with
the appropriate possessive adjective.
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This is her notebook.
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the correct word. Elicit what the
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specific information
.
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the task.
Allow Ss time to write the questions and short
answers,
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in front of the class and check.
Answer Key
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to the dialogue
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journey (n): a trip or expedition somewhere
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Katie's favourite author is Paulo Coelho.
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their answers and check.
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Ben:
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Pauline:
Ben:
Hi! My name is Ben Smith. !,m new
at this
school, What's your nameT
Hi Ben.l'm Pauline. l'm a student here, too.
Where are you fram pauline?
l'm from France. What obout you?
l'm lrish, Who's your favourite author, pauline?
My favourite author is Tolkien. His stories are
fullof magic.
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Who's Kate's favourite author?
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author, story, full of magic, journey,
dream
Fill in: is, are, 'm, 's,'re, 'm not, isn't or oren't,
A: /s he from Mexico?
B: No, he isn't, He's from Japan.
A: Are they Spanish?
B: No, they aren't. They're English.
A: What is your favourite sPort?
B: My favourite sport is tennis,
A: ls she twenty years old?
B: No, she isn't. She's twentY'two.
A: Are you from Hungary?
B: No, l'm not. I'm from Bulgaria.
5
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John:
What's f) you/your name?
HiJohn, 2) my/l name is Kate. l'm
3) an/a student here, too.
Where 4) is/are you from, Kate?
I'm from New Zealand, And you?
l'm from 5) England/English. What's
you r favourite subject?
Literature. 6) My/l favourite author
magic.
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Subject
lohn:
What's your favourite story by Coelho?
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friends are good at tennis.
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about nationolity, favourite author and favourite
story. Then act it out with your partner.
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Check for correct pronunciation.
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric.
.
The flag of the UK is on display on Commonwealth Day,
the 2nd Monday in March; Queen Elizabeth It's birthday,
Saturday and Sunday are at the weekend,
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ellcit answers to the questions in the rubric.
Play the recording. Ss listen and read the text,
Check Ss' answers.
Answer Key
The British flog is red, white and blue.
crosses
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write a short text about the flag of
your country
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Read!ng & Listening
.
.
.
Remembrance
Sundoy, the 2nd Sunday in November; and on the prince of
Wales' birthday, 14th November.
days,
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February has 28 days. (Except in a leap year when it
.
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December have
Check Ss' answers.
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. Read the question in the rubric and ask Ss to
read the text for the answers.
on it.
Explain/Elicit the meaning of words in the Check
these words box.
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it. Alternatively, assign the task as HW.
Ask 5s to read their texts to the class and check
their answers.
Suggested Answer Key
The flag of Argentina hos three stripes: light blue, white
and light blue. lt has also got o sun in the middle with a
face on it. This is the Sun of May, The ftog of Argentina is
on display on buildings of every public institution, Flag
Day in Argentina is on 20th June. The flag is on display on
many houses on this day.
Suggested Answer Key
symbol (n): o representation of sth
cross (n): a shape of a vertical line with a horizontal line
across
it
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nation (n): a group of people wha live in the same areo
ond share o government or language
except for (prep): apart from
every (det): (of o group) all the people or things
government building (n): a structure where the people
who run a country, state, etc work
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special (odj): differentfrom the ordinary
holiday (n): a day off work for people to celebrate or
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remember an event
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.
.
and discuss.
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; il the recording. ss listen and read the
exchanges.
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Seeyou,Carl.
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exchanges say goodbye and which exchange
matches the picture.
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correct sound in the table'
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the recording. Ss listen and mark
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role play
.
.
.
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one of the dialogues in Ex' 1 to demonstrate
appropriate gestures and intonation'
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check that they understand the phrases.
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to role play the different
*
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a few
pairs
situations in front of the class.
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Dialogue 1
A: Hi Alex. How are You?
B:
A:
Hi Kotie. I'm OK. How are You?
I'mgreat.Thanks'
Dialogue 2
A: Hello!l'm Stacy.
B: Oh hi.l'm SallY, nice to meet You,
A; Nice to meetyou, too.This is my friend, Darren'
C:
B:
Hi, how's it going?
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C: Nof bod.Thanks.
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headings.
need to sound natural. Try using
lntroducing others
lntroducing Yourself
gestures and appropriate intonation.
Tony:
Excuse me. Are you SallY?
Sally:
Yes, I am.
Tony:
Hi. l'm your new neighbot
the useful language below to
act out dialogues for the
situations (1-3).
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America.
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tomorrow
You see your friend in the street.
Greet him/her.
Sally is
a
new student
at Your
school. lntroduce yourself and your
good byes?
friend to her.
Which dialogue(s)
match(es) the
pictu re?
3 The school day
is over. Sa¡'
goodbye to your friend.
you
3A:
Bye, Peter. See you.
Good morning, Paul.
How's it going?
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B:
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Hello, Laura. How are
you?
later.
l'm OK,
Helen. And
4
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and tick
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you?
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you Point to.
b)
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and weight.
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hair?
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straight hair'
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through the vocabulary.
Play the recording. Ss listen and repeat.
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Ask Ss to look at the words for parts of the
face again. ln closed pairs, one S points to
his face and their partner says the part of
the face.
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has
4
5
6
got
.
Allow
Ss
got
got
have got
has
has
time to complete the questions.
Ss ask and answer
pairs.
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the questions in
a few pairs to
closed
ask and answer the
questions in front of the class and check.
and height. Read through the vocabulary.
Answer Key
Mime being very tall and elicit the answer
from the class.
Ask Ss to mime different heights and weights
2
j
4
Ss guess
time to complete task individually.
'have got,
to look at the drawings about weight
for the class and
Ss
hasn't got, has got
haven't got
.
.
ffilr" practise vocabulary for weight
and height
.
Allow
Ask Ss to read out their answers and check.
a FlmJro practise the interrogative form of
(Ss'own answers)
U
practise 'have got,
Answer Key
b
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Have, they haven't.
Has, No, he hasn,t.
5
6
Hos, No, he hasn,t.
Have,No,they haven,t.
Has,Yes, he has.
the correct word.
(5s'own answers)
Grammar
2 t)
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'hove sot'
.
5s close
.
say: lhave got blue eyes. Then write
board.
Give examples in all persons.
their books. point to your eyes and
it on the
Point to your hair and say: I have got brown
hair. I haven't got fair hair. Write the negative
form on the board and underlin e havei,t got.
Give examples in all persons.
Point to a S and say: Has Don got curty hair?
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Yes,
he has. Write
this on the
board.
Underline: Has Don got and he has. Then say:
Has Don got straight hair? No, he hasn,t.
Underline: he hasn't. Explain that the
question form of the verb 'have' is formed
wilh
have/has + noun/ pronoun + got.
Also explain that short answers are formed
with IeslNo + pronoun+ have/has/haven,t/ hasn't.
Ss open their books and read through the
grammar table.
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Reading
She is middle-aged
t [Eim-]to predict the content of a text
. Refer Ss to the pictures in the text'
. Elicit what, if anything, Ss know about these
has got a long neck with many rings around it.
The Pygmy Woman
She is young and slim. Her skin is
in her arms.
people.
.
Play the recording. Ss listen and read the text to
find out about them'
Suggested Answer KeY
They are people from different cultures oround the world'
They have got unusual appearances. The man is very tall'
The woman has got a long neck. The woman and child
are very short. The old woman has got long ears'
4 a) [EIm]To read for specific information
. Explain/Elicit the meaning of words in the
attractiveness
skin (n): the notural covering of the body
hole (n): o gap or opening in or through sth
heavy earrings (pt n): iewellery worn in/on the ears that
weigh a lot
mdke (v): to change sth or sb
beoutiful (adj): pretty in appearance
.
.
.
Explain the task and explain the meanings of
the adjectives in the list.
Ss read the text again and complete the task'
Ss read their answers aloud and check.
tall, short, curly
dark
.
practise describing appearance
choose one
of the people from the pictures in the text
and describe him/her using the vocabulary
they have learned.
Point out that a description of a person
usually starts with general features (such as
size, height and/or age) and then moves on to
more specific details (e'g. hair, eye colour and
n
usual /sPecial featu res).
The Maasai Man
He is very tall and slim with long legs' He is in his early
twent¡es. He has got short black curly hair.
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. Ask Ss to close their books and think of one
b
thing they can remember about each tribe'
As an example, pick a tribe in the text and say
something about them and then compare the
person with yourself (e,g The Maasai man is tall
b¡
.
with dark skin and dark hair. I am short with fair skin
and fair hair. etc)
.
Ask various Ss to share their answers with the
class.
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Suggested Answer KeY
The Dayak women have got very long ears with holes in
them.l haven't got very long ears with holes in them.
The men of the Maasai tribe ore very tall. l'm not very tall'
etc
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5 ,¡ [Alm]To listen for specific information
. Play the recording. Ss complete the task
.
.
individually.
answerS.
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Jim
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describe a person's appearance
Mary is young. She is slim with long brown straight hair'
She has got brown eyes and full lips. etc
z 6imlro write about your physical appearance
r Allow Ss three minutes to write about their
physical appearance.
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Play the recording again and Ss check their
Ask various Ss around the classroom to describe
one of the people in the pictures from Ex. 6a'
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1
has got short dark hair'
earrings in them.
long
heavy
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u
got a baby
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u¡ [Á-imlro
.
3
4
She has
got short dark hair and thin lips. Her
ears ore very long. They have got holes with heavy
Answer KeY
1
2
She
dark'
b
The DayakWomon
She is otd. She has
Check these words box,
Suggested Answer KeY
tribe (n): a group of people of the same roce, customs
and culture
teg (n): a timb of the lower body that people and animals
use for standing and walking
fdmous (fo| @dj): known for sth in particular
ring (n): a circular bond
around (prep): on all sides
sign (n): o rcpresentotion of sth; a symbol
wádtth (n): o large amount of money, property or other
valuable things
beauty (n): a nice-looking personal appearance;
with dark hair and brown eyes. She
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cl ass.
Suggested Answer KeY
I am of medium height and well-built. I have got short
brown wovy hair. My eyes are brown. I have got thin lips
and small ears.
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a)
What do you know about the people in the pictures?
What is spec¡al about them?
O tisten and read to find out.
Read the text and complete the
sentences. Use the words:
heavy, curly, dark, tol!, short,long,
The Maasai are ................... . fheir
hair
tribe, leg, famous for, ring, around, sign, wealth,
beauty, skin, hole, heavy earringr,
is
and.................
Pygmy people have got
skin.
,u-k., beautiful
Karen women have got very .........
itr.l:in
necks.
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in the pictures.
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say one thing you
can remember about each tribe
in the text. Then compare
The Maasai are a tribe in Africa. The men
are very tall. They've got long legs and
short black curly hair.
yourself to them.
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The Karen, or Longnecks, are tribes i
people with the names:
Chris, Sally, jim, Mary
Burma and Thailand
The women are
famous for the rings
they have around
their necks. The rings
are a sign of wealth
and beauty
Pygmies are very short people
rn
Africa. They are under 1.5 m tall.
They've got dark skin and short legs.
The Dayak women of
Borneo have got very
long ears. Their ears
have got hoies with
heavy earrings in
them. This is to make
them beautiful.
b)
Choose one of the people in
Ex. 6a and describe him or
her to your classmates.
Writing
ln three minutes write a few
sentences describing yourself.
Read them
to the class.
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pole vault
martial arts
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tennis
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football
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surfing
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What do you know
about the sports stars in
the pictures? Where are
they from?
What are their sports?
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world r,ecords than any other
A Lionel Messiis
from
Arqentina. His birthday
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of
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Michael Phelps is British.
6
Michael Phelps has got 13 OlYmPic
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two facts about
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footballers, but
he is
also faster than
other
ptayers. Messi
is one
of the most famous
swimmer.
h¡
sentences.
the best footballers
¡n i1.,.
world. At 1.69 m
talt, he ¡s
shorter than most
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Michael Phelps is from the USA', His
birthday is on 30th June. He has got 14
Olympic gold medals. That makes him the
most successful Olympic athlete in history,
The 1.93 m tall swimmer has also got more
each
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1 a)
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to look at the pictures and read
through the vocabulary.
Play the recording. Ss listen and repeat.
Check Ss' pronunciation and intonation.
Elicit answers to the question in the rubric.
.
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b)
Fii-tr#
To expand on
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team sports.
Ask various Ss to name their favourite sport
from the ones listed.
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-
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.
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text
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a partner.
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the recording. Ss listen and read the
text to check.
C
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.
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric.
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Lionel Messi's birthday is on 24th June.
He is L69 m tall.
Yelena lsinbayeva's birthdoy is on 3rd June. She is Russian.
Michael Phelps's birthday is on 30th June. He,s got more
world records than any other swimmer.
football, cricket, hockey, basketboll
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Reading
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Yelena Isinbayeva hasn't got three Olympic aotd
medals. She's got two.
MichaelPhelps isn't British. He's American.
Michoel Phelps hasn't got t3 Olympic Aold medals,
Suggested Answer Key
My fovourite sport ¡s cycling.
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Ask Ss to decide with a partner which are
Answer Key
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5
6
Yelena lsinbayeva isn't 1.69 m
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Team sports:
3
4
Lionel Messi isn't taller than most footballers. He is
shorter.
He's
(Ss'own answers)
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eqffiB To present vocabulary for sports
Lionel Messi is from Argentino. He is a footballer.
Russia. She is a pole vaulter.
Phelps is from the IJSA. He is a swimmer.
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b)
. i*Oir,nrrlicit the meanings of the words
the
in
Check thesewords box.
Suggested Answer Key
fast (dd¡): able to move quickly
athlete (n): sb who takes part in sports compet¡tions
pole vaulter (n): an othlete who jumps over a tall bar
with the help of a long pole
Olympic aold medol (n): the prize for the best athlete of
eoch event of the Olympic Games
winner (n): the person that does better than onyone else
in a competition, race etc
award (n): a prize given for doing sth well
female (adj): relating to a womon or girl
world record (n): (of a sports competition etc) the best
result ever achieved all over the world
.
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the text again and do the task.
Check Ss' answers around the classroom.
Ss read
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1 a) Sfffi-:fo
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.
Ss to look at the pictures and read
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through the vocabulary.
PIay the recording. Ss listen and repeat.
Check Ss' pronunciation and intonation.
Elicit answers to the question in the rubric.
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.
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¡
team sports.
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from the ones listed.
to
decide
with a partner which are
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Ss
time to find facts from the text with
a partner.
Elicit answers from various
Ss.
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Team sports:
football, cricket, hockey, basketball
Suggested Answer Key
My favourite sport is cycling.
Yelena lsinboyeva's birthday is on 3rd June. She is Russian.
Michael Phelps's birthday is on 30th June. He,s got more
world records than any other swimmer.
Reading
2 a) ,.F€'re"H? To predict the content
of the text
añl ió rea¿ for specific information
.
o
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric.
the recording. Ss listen and read the
text to check.
Play
Suggested Answer Key
A
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Yelena lsinbayeva is from Russia. She is a pote vaulter.
Michael Phelps is from the USA. He is a swimmer.
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Lionel Messi's birthday is on 24th June.
fast (odj): able to move quickly
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pole vaulter (n): an athlete who jumps over a tall bar
with the help of a long pole
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Yelena lsinbayeva hasn't got three Otympic gotd
medals. She's got two.
Michael Phelps isn't British, He's American.
Michael Phelps hasn't got t3 Olympic gotd medals.
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winner (n): the person that does better than anyone else
in a compet¡tion, race etc
aword (n): a prize given for doing sth well
female (adj): relating to a woman or girl
world record (n): (of a sports competition etc) the best
result ever ochieved all over the world
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the text again and do the task.
Check Ss' answers around the classroom.
Ss read
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present the comparative/superlative
of adjectives
Show Ss two objects of varying weight.
Tell them that one is heavier than the other
one, using miming to express what heavier
a
a
means.
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Hold up two different objects. Ask Ss which
object is heavier, letting differerit Ss weigh the
objects in their hands. Elicit "The (pencil, book,
etc.) is heavier." Wrile heavy - heavier on the
board. Tell Ss that the second form is used to
compare two objects.
lntroduce a third object and ask Ss which is the
heaviest object. Ask them which is the lightest.
Write - the heaviest on the board next to the
other forms. Explain that this form is used to
show that something has more of a quality
than any others in a grouP.
Direct Ss attention to the table in Ex. 3.
Read through the table aloud. Ss follow along
in their books.
Have Ss complete the task and check answers.
,¡[email protected]" practise the superlative form
. Explain the task to Ss.
. Give Ss time to complete the task.
. Check Ss' answers around the room.
Answer Key
1
2
3
4
successful, more
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.
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practise the comparative form
Give Ss time to complete the task reminding
them that they are only to use the comparative
form.
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5
6
7
8
fattest
most beautiful
practise the superlative form
Ss
Answer Key
1 the most popular
2 fastest
3 The longest
4 the oldest
5 the most successful
6 The highest
a.;-6----"4
l-&!m jro practise the comparative and
superlative form
.
.
.
Explain the task to 5s telling them that they
must decide between using the superlative or
the comparative forms.
Give Ss time to complete the task.
Check Ss' answers around the room.
Answer Key
1
2
3
E
tr
best
enough time to complete the task.
Check Ss'answers around the room.
Allow
more difficult
the biggest
better
s ffiro
easier
fatter
more beautiful
better
practise the comparative form
Have Ss read the fact files.
enough time to complete the task
Check Ss' answers around the room.
Allow
Ss
younger
heavier
3
4
taller
shorter
.
.
Answer Key
2
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1 darker
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Answer Key
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plumpest
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shorter, faster, the most famous, the best, the most
the
the
the
the
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more
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personalise the topic
Have Ss choose three people they know and to
compare them, as in the examPle.
Check answers from various Ss around the
room.
Alternatively, assign the task as HW and check
answers in class the next daY.
Suggested Answer Key
Tína's hair is longer than Sue's. Mary's haír is the longest
of all.
Jane is younger than Kim, Katy is the youngest of all.
Paul is older than Tim. Sam is the oldest of all.
Owen is thinner than Peter. Larry is the thinnest of all.
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thin
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beautiful
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good
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younger (than)
the youngest
thinner (than)
the thinnest
heavier (than)
the heaviest
nicer (than)
the nicest
more beautiful (than) the most beautiful
Usain Bolt is the...,......
(fast) runner in the world.
(tong) gotf
hole in the world is at the Satsuki
Golf Club in Japan.
Kung Fu is one of
better
best
(old) martial arts.
worse
worst
morc
most
Michael Phelps is ...............
(successful) swimmer in history.
Write the comporative form of the adjectives below.
4
1 dark
2 plump
3 famous
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(poputar) sport in
We use the comparative to compare two people,
things, etc.
Dennis is shorter than Michaet.
We use the superlative to compare more than
two people, things, etc
Ann is the shortest of all. Ann is the shortest
in her class.
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(high) tennis
court in the world is in Dubai.
Complete the sentences wit{r,the
adjectives in the comparative or
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5 easy
6 fat
7 beautiful
8 good
the superlatiye form.
1
2
Look at the photos and the fact files. Then, put
the
5
into the superlative.
Read the table. Find examples in the text.
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Put the adjectives in brackets
7
adjectives in the comparative,
3
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History
is
(difficult) than Geography,
Russia is
(big) country in the world.
Molly is
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(long) hair than Maya.
¡ tall ¡ short . long . young
. old . thin
(short) hair than Venus.
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Write the superlative form of the adjectives in Ex.4.
dark
-
the darkest
Think of three friends or
classmates. Use the adjectives
below and compare them, as in
the example.
(young) than Venus.
(heavy) than Serena.
(tall) than Serena.
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Ben is taller than Niles.lohn is the tallest
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Paul. What can he do?
What can't he do?
Paul ccn ..., but he can't ...
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NEGATIVE
AFFIRMATIVE
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: l/You/He, can paint.
l/You/He,
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; No,l/you/he, etl can't
etc
etc
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Read the table. Say the examples in your
language.
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her favourite schao! subiect: Maths
Where's Rosa from? Mexico.
What's your name? Angela.
3 How old is he? 14.
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1 How old are you?
2 Can he ride a bike?
3 Who can run fast?
4 What's your name?
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possible answers.
Which is
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asks about age
How old is she?
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student and the school secretary and
complete the gaps. Act out a similar dialogue.
Where'sTanYa from? The USA'
How old
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Where
yesino questions. lt goes down at the end of
wh-questions.
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Read the table. Ask and answer, as in the
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a) Read the theory.
Predicting missing information
Before you listen, look at the gaps and try to
guess what is missing e.g. a name, a number,
etc. This helps you do the task.
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. Refer Ss to the pictures.
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and individually. Check Ss, pronunciation and
intonation.
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listen for specific informarion
Play the recording. Ss listen and complete
the task individually.
Check 5s' answers.
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. Ss close their books. jump up and down and say:
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To listen for specific information
Read the Study Skil/s box with Ss.
Elicit what kind of information is missing in the
gaps (1 -5). (l: o surnome, 2: a notionolity, 3: a
number,4: a number and o street name, 5: numbers)
. Play the recording. Ss complete the task
individually.
. Check Ss'answers on the board.
. ln closed pairs, Ss role play a similar dialogue.
.
Monitor the activity, paying attent¡on to the
intonation in their questions.
Ask a few pairs to act out their dialogue in front
of the class. Help Ss write these questions on
the board:
Can t help you? What is your first name?
What's your last name? Are you single or married?
What nationality are you? How old are you? What is
your addressT What's your telephone number?
Suggested Answer Key
Answer Key
A:
B:
A:
B:
1
2
3
4
5
Can you dance?
con. Can you play the guitar?
No, I can't. Can you sing?
Yes, I can. etc
Yes, I
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it on the board and underline
can and explain that the word shows that you
are able to do something. Say, then write on the
board: I can't fly. Underline the word can't and
explain that it means that you are unable to fly.
Ss open their books and read the table. point out
that can/con't has the same form in all persons.
Read out the example exchange. Ss ask and
answer about their abilities in closed pairs.
Tell Ss to use the abilities (A-t) in Ex. ta. Ask a
few pairs to ask and answer in front of the class.
I can jump. Write
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chorally and individually.
Check for correct intonation.
Listening & Speaking
l_
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questions
Read out the theory in the book.
Play the recording and ask Ss to listen for
the changes in intonation in the questions.
practise intonation in questions
ffiro
. Play the recording. Ss repeat the questions
.
Answer Key
Poul can swim, dive, dance and play the guitar. paul can,t
cook or sing.
present wh- question words
to read the table, then write the question
words on the board.
Give more examples and elicit the use of each
Ask
Ss
one.
e.g. Who is that womanT She's Mrs Cote. (asks about a
person)
What is it? lt's a hot. (used to ask obout something we
don't know)
.
it
is. (used to ask about place)
years
15
otd. (used to osk about
Where is my book? Here
How old are you? l'm
oge)
Which is your schoolbag? The purpte one. (used to ask
about two or more possibilit¡es)
Allow Ss time to complete the task then check
Ss' answers.
present intonation in
Surname: Samuels
Nationolity:American
Age:19
Address: 1515 Primrose Street, portlond
Telephone number:503
1.53
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Suggested Answer Key
A:
B:
A:
B:
Good morning. Can I help you?
Hi, Yes l'm here to join the music club.
Great. Let me take your details. What is your first name?
A:
Nice to meet you, Theresa. What,s you surname?
Theresa.
B: Santos.Thaft S-A-N-T-O-5.
A:
Thank you. Are you single or married?
B: Single.
A: Ok. What's your notionality?
B: I'm Chilean.
A: Chilean ... OK ... and how old are you
B: l'm 17.
A: And what's your address?
Theresa?
B:
1325 Blackwell Street, Miami. Thot's 1.325 Blackwett
St reet.
A: And finally what's your telephone number?
B: It's 555 349 4367.Thot's 555 349 4367.
B-L-A-C-K-W-E-dou bl e L
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.
learn when to use capital letters
Read the Writing
lip
box with
s lffiro
.
Ss.
Ask Ss to read the email and find examples of
capital letters. Check Ss' answers.
Answer Key
John: name
l'm: personal pronoun I
Dublin: city
lreland: country
English: language
Spanish: language
Russian: Ianguage
Li o n e I M essi : n a me /su r nome
John Miles: name/surname
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read for specific information
Ask Ss to read the email again.
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric and
check.
John is from lreland. His favourite sports are football and
swimming.
practise using capital letters
Give Ss time to complete task.
Ask different Ss to write the sentences on the
board and check.
Answer Key
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2
3
4
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.
time to complete the task.
Point out that questions have question marks at
the end.
Allow
Ss
Elicit Ss' answers in class and check.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
ask and answer the questions in closed pairs.
Monitor the activity and assist if necessary.
Ask a pair of 5s to ask and answer the questions
in front of the class.
Suggested Answer Key
1 Katy Motthews
2 The USA
3 17
4 I can ride a bike and swim.
5 l'm good at football.
6 Football and tennis.
7 My favourite singer is Alicia Keys. My favourite actor
Antonio Banderas.
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Where are they from?
He isn't good at Art.
Is her name Sandra?
My favourite singer is Beyoncé.
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History her favourite subject?
He can swim well.
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write an informat emait about
yourself
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Read through the email plan with Ss. Also refer
them to model email in Ex. 1, as an example.
Allow Ss time to write their emails. Alternatively,
assign the task as HW.
Ask Ss to read their emails in class and check.
b
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Suggested Answer Key
Hi! My name's Marek Kadlec. l'm from Prague, Czech
Republic,l'm
17
years old and I'm a student in grade l
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I'm good at sports.I can play football and tennis well. My
favourite sports are tennis ond football. My favourite
player is Roger Federer. He's great!
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Ss
is
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= o v€tb that gives grammatical information but is
not the main verb)
Dear Martyn,
Richord is from Crakow, Poland.
Their favourite actress is Nicole Kidmon. She's Australian.
His favourite day is Sunday.
Moscow is by the Volga River.
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questions
.
Read the Study Skills box with Ss and check Ss
understand the grammar terms (e,g. subject = the
person/thing that performs the action of the verb;
Writing
Answer Key
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Hit My name's John and I'm from Dublin,
lr.eland. It's a gneat city with a lot of intenesting
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football playen is Lionel
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from? What are his favourite
sports?
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richard is from cracow, poland.
their favourite actress is
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Portfolio: Write an emait to a new pen friend, Martyn.
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buildings or structures in the wortd)
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the meanings of any
words, then allow
Ss
unknown
time to complete the quiz.
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statues from the ancient world. The Great Sphinx, the
Great Pyramid and many other temples and pyramids
are here. Millions of tourists visit it every year.
Tripoli, Libya is the largest city, seaport and
capital of the country, The name means ,three
cities' and the city dates back to the 7th century
BC lt has many historic Iandmarks including the
old walled city called the 'medina,.
Beijing, China is the capital city of the country. tt
is also called Peking.
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people live there and the capital city is Rome. The
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business centre. lt is also a major touñst déstination and
has beautiful modern buildings including the Deira
Clock Tower and the Etisalat Tower 2.
Sydney, Australia is the largest city in the country but
not the capital. lt is a top financial and business centre
and is home to the famous Sydney Opera House.
Bangkok, Thailand is the capital city of the country.
It is a top tourist destination and has many culturál
landmark.s, including the Grand palace and many
temples, like the Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is the capital and largest
city of the country. lt is a popular host for
international sporting events and is home to the
famous Petronas Twin Towers.
2
and a prime minister.
Mexico is a country in North America. 111 million
people live there and the capital city is Mexico City.
The people speak Spanish and they have a president.
Colombia is a country in South America. 45 million
people live there and the capital city is Bogotá. The
people speak Spanish and they have a president.
Ecuador is a country in South America. 13 million
people live there and the capital city is euito. The
and there are many famous buildings there such as
the White House and the Washington Monument.
Toronto, Canada is the largest city in the country
but not the capital. lt is a top financialand business
centre and is home to the famous CN Tower.
Santiago, Chile is the largest city as well as the
capital city. is one of South America's most
lt
modern cities with many famous buildings, such
as the Entel Tower and Titanium La portada, the
tallest building in South America.
Play
the recording.
Ask Ss
Ss
listen and check their answers.
to write out the answers in
and check.
sentences
Answer Key
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Answer Key
The Great Sphinx is in Giza, Egypt.
The Leaning Tower of pisa is in ttaty.
The Sun Pyramid of Teotihuacén is in Mexico.
The CN Tower is in Toronto, Canada.
The Taj Mahal is in Agro, tndia.
The Emerald Buddha is in Bangkok, Thailqnd.
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Write a quiz
.
.
Ask Ss to work in groups and collect information
from the lnternet using the key words or from
their school textbooks, encyclopaedias or other
reference books
Allow Ss time to collect their information and
write their quizzes. Alternatively, assign the
e
task as HW.
Ask Ss
to
swap their quizzes with another
group and try to complete it.
people speak Spanish and they have a president.
Washington D.C., USA is the capital city of the
United States. lt is a political and business centre
To listen for confirmation
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.
is a very ancient city and
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and the Agra Fort which are also World Heritage Sites.
Dubai, United Arab Emirates is a large city and modern
dates back to prehistoric times. There are many
temples and palaces there including the famous
imperial palace known as the Forbidden City.
Spain is a country in southwestern Europe. 45
million people live there and the capital city is
Madrid. The people speak Spanish and they have
a king and a prime minister.
Turkey is a country is western Asia and southeastern
Europe. 72 million people live there and the capital
city is Ankara. The people speak Turkish and they
have a president and a prime minister.
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Agra, lndia is a large city in the province of Uttar
Pradesh. lt is a major tourist destination and has
beautiful ancient buildings including the Taj Mahal
To present world landmarks
Suggested Answer Key
1
2
3
4
5
Machu Picchu is in
B portugal.
A London. B paris.
A Peru.
C
Mexico.
C
Rome.
The EiffelTower is in
St. Mark's Square is
A
in
B America. C
ltaly.
The Chrysler Building is in
San Francisco. C
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Canada.
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age: middle-aged, old, Young
weíght: fat, plump, thín, slim
hair: fair, stra¡ght, curly, Iong, wavy, short
height: tall, short, of medium height
1
Brazilian
2
Spanish
3 Polish
4 French
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3 small eyes 6
4 wavy/curly hair 7
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6 F (They are from Africa.)
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in groups' Ask Ss to go
through the pages of Module 1 and select
information to compile their quiz. Ask groups to
exchange quizzes. Ss do the quizzes, then check
Ss prepare their quiz
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1
2
Michael Phelps ís a tennis player. (F He is a swimmer.)
Remembrance Sunday is the second Sunday in
3
November. (T)
The Leaning Tower
of
Pisa
is in Australia. (F
lt is in
There are two crosses on the flag of the UK. (F There
are three.)
Aprilhas
module
6
The Emerald
.
7
.
.
To consolidate vocabulary
from the
Divide the class into 2 teams. Each team
take turns writing or saying a sentence
with one of the words/phrases in the list'
Each correct sentence earns one point. lf
the sentence is incorrect the team misses a
turn.
The team with the most points after all the
words have been used wins.
Suggested Answer KeY
The Wittiams sisters are famous for their success as
tennis players.
How old are you?
She is
very slim.
ddrk skin.
landmark in lndia.
What is your favourite sPort?
My best friend is good ot Maths.
The Pygmies have
The Taj Mohal is a famous
have a dreom of becoming a famous singer.
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Manchester, England. l'm
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5) England/English football player'
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7) is/are one of 8) three/third
children and 9) his/he familY is
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10) himihis.
ln teams make sentences. Use words
from the list. Each correct sentence gets
one point. The team with the most points
is the winner.
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. wealth and beauty . heavy earrings . tribe
. school subject
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lreland
Germany
Team A
Mark the sentences
Module 1.
Sl: Paris
is famous
for the EiffelTower.
I (true) or F (false). Write a quiz of your own for
Cristiano Ronaldo is an author. .....
6
2
The Maasai are very short.
Coronation Day is on 2nd June.
8 The Taj Mahal is in the
United Arab Emirates,
3
Venus Williams is an artist,
4
Paulo Coelho is from Brazil.
5
The Karen women have got
long ears.
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yourself with the statements of the text' Underline
the key words in the statements and think of
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the rubric. What is the text about?
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to read a text about the Olympic
Games. For questions 1-7, mark the statements
B
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underlined words in the sentence, then
look at the underlined words in the
text. ls the sentence true or false?
1
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C Doesn't say
A
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Right
B
three
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of July or August, Then the same city has the Paralympics.
It's an event for athletes who have got special bodies.
American swimmer Jessica Long, for example, hasn't got
longer legs than the other runners. He's also very tall - 1.96m
- and his arms are well-built. Bolt is the fastest athlete in the
world. He can run the 100m in 9.58 seconds and the Tur in
'19.19 seconds, He has Olympic gold medals for both events.
the most popular of all. lt's also one of the hardest, because it's
so fast. The Canadians, Czechs, Finns, Russians, Slovakians,
Swedes and Americans are the best ice hockey players of all'
The sport is a favourite hobby in their countries. Cold countries
have got the best winter sport athletes. But Spain has got just
b)
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3 Boxing is one of the first Olympic sports.
B Wrong C Doesn't saY
A Right
4 Usain Bolt has gold medals from the
Paralympics.
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the Summer Olympics, the Paralympics and
A different city has the Summer
Olympics.
the Winter
Olympics every four years. The Games are during two weeks
two medals from 60 or 70 years of Winter Olympics!
The Olympic Games are very expensive.
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There are 15 sports in the Winter Olympics. lce hockey is one of
Example
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ti There are
Olympic sports, Some of the oldest Olympic sports are
i boxing and running, Tennis and the martial art taekwondo
are two of the newest ones, Jamaican runner Usain Bolt is
one of the most famous 21st-century Olympians. He has
(wrong) or D5 (doesn't say).
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event in the world.
legs, but she has got lots of medals.
The Winter Olympics are in February or March two years after
the summer events, in a different city. There are 28 Summer
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Have 5s read through the rubric and answer the
question.
Direct Ss' attention to the Study skills box and
read through it aloud as Ss follow.
Give Ss a few minutes to scan the text quickly.
Sam
full sentences
appropr¡ate stress
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correct pronunciation
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learn to read for specific
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sentences 1 -7, then do the task,
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1 Olympic Games, expensive
2 Summer Olympics, Winter Olympics, take ploce, same
city
j Boxing, one of the first, Olympic sports
4 Usain Bolt, gold medals, Paralympics
5 Winter Olympics, more sports than, Summer Olympics
6 Russia, has, very good, ice hockey players
7 The Finns, ploy, hockey, very well
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a) m-,üTo stimulate interest in and
personalise the topic
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric
from various Ss around the classroom,
Suggested Answer Key
My fovourite hobby is painting, lt's my favourite hobby
becouse it's creative and relaxing.
¡l l$l$l]ro listen for specific information
.
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.
Explain the task.
Ss listen and
tick the boxes,
Check answers around the classroom.
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Suggested Answer Key
1 My name is KivanE Ózgivit.
2 l'm from Istanbul, Turkey,
3 l'm 17 years old.
4 My fovourite sport is hockey because it's exciting.
5 My favourite school subject ¡s Moths because I love to
6
solve problems.
¿ a) [AlmlTo read for specific information
. Go through the SfudySkills box with Ss.
. Allow Ss enough time to read the rubric.
¡ Elicit answers to the question in the rubric.
check their answers with a partner.
1
2
My English pen-friend.
I
should include the name and nationality of my
favourite athlete. I should also include what sport
he/she does and how he/she looks. I should also ask
my pen-friend about his/her favourite sport.
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.
lip box.
to write letters following the
plan,
Give Ss time
.
matches.
Have Ss find words that appear both in the
.
text and in the questions from Ex.4a.
Check Ss answers on the board.
Play the recording for the first speaker.
to
decide which sentence it
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Have Ss proofread their partner's letter
before turning it in.
Suggested Answer Key
of humour.
My favourite othlete is a sprinter but my favourite spott is
football. I'm reolly good at it. What about you? What's
your favourite sport?
Please write back soon.
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to read through the
in Ex, 4a. Have
Ss
questions
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underline key words that
they will be listening for.
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the questions and
then check answers around the classroom.
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Answer Key
1A
Ss
Hi! How are you? Thanks for your letter. To answer your
question, my favourite othlete is usain Bolt,
will talk about sports and hobbies.
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.
.
nstructions.
Give Ss time to answer questions (1-2),
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Deat Marta,
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carefully
Have Ss get up and move around the classroom,
classmates. Play music to encourage Ss to speak
more loudly and more confidently.
Ss go back to their seats, Check answers by
asking the questions about various Ss and
letting the class answer.
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What's your favourite school subject? Why?
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speaker can use words from the statements which
Who is going to read your letter?
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may mislead you,
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can play basketball well?
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isn't good at playing music?
4
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can play cricket well?
b)
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pen-friend. Use the language below to
start/end your letter. Follow the plan.
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your favourite
athlete's name, nationality, and the sport
what he says. Which sentence (l-5)
does he match?
I'm Antony and I'm from Brazil. Most people in my
country are good at football, but l'm not. My favourite
he/she does,
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Para
3:
eyes and .,, hoir, ,., is
sports are basketball and cricket, I can't play cricket well,
but l'm very good at basketball. l'm in the school team.
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from statements 1-5 does he use?
remarks (Hi!/Hello! How areyou?
Thanks for your letteü,
kind/polite etc.)
your favourite sport, ask your friend's
favourite sport, closing remarks (My favourite
sport is ,.. . Write bock soon/Please write back)
Yours,
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1
Write the nationality.
1 England
2 Spain
3 Russia
4 Brazil
5 Poland
5
6
Germany,,..
7
lreland
8
Italy
9
France
Circle the correct item.
1 They / Their are from Mexico.
2 Who / How old are you?
3 Her / She favourite football player is Robbie Keane.
4
f0 the USA
Mike is 14. He / His parents are teachers.
Who,s / What,s he? He's peter,
5
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2 Circle the odd word out.
1 photography - pilot - cycling - horse riding
2 neck - author - nose - chin
3 efectrician - waiter - nurse - woodwork
4 Tuesday - October - August - March
5 curly - straight - plump - wavy
6 lip - History - Science - Art
7 cheek - mouth - teeth - Geography
8 Friday - Sunday - Monday - July
9 moustache - beard - hair - music
10
pole vault
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martial arts
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eyes
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comparative/superlative.
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2 She's
3 John's
Tony
is
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(heavy) than me.
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4 Maths is ..,....,...,..,,,..,, (difficult) subject of all.
5 Bob's
...,..,, (old) of all.
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7
tennis
Complete the exchanges with: Seeyoulater,
I'm fine thanks, How's it going?, Have a nice
evening, Nice to meet you, Are you Tony? ,
1A:
llxl=10 mdrks
How are you, Liam?
B:
3
Fill in: necks, lips, curly, height, llte, moustache,
2A:
dark,
1 Betty's got long
2 He's got a beard and a ...,...,
3 The Karen women have got long
.. hair,
with rings around them,
James is of medium
She's got full
Pygmy people have got very ,,..,..,...,....,... skin.
4
5
6
7 Peter is in his
twenties.
7x2=14 marks
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4
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You too, Jake.
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module (the module is about homes and.places). Go
through the list of contents and stimulate a
discussion on what Ss will learn in the module,
Note: The title of this module is an English proverb
meaning that wherever you go, home is always the
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p. 27. Ask Ss to say what they think the text
is about (an unusuol house). Ask Ss to say
read the text again and
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various Ss to read their sentences aloud.
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really like this house.I could live in this house because it
hos a greot view of the mountains and it's earthquakeI
Alice in Wonderland
Alice in Wonderland
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in Wonderland)
is a popular novel written by the English author
Lewis Carroll in 1865, lt tells a story of a girl named
Alice who falls down a rabbit hole into a fantasy
trees,
world. ln this strange world of talking animals,
unusual characters and magical gardens, Alice
begins an amazing adventure. The novel became
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adults today. Many films and short stories have
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Check these words box,
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shape (n): the form of sth
seashell (n): a hard outer covering of certain sea animals
young couple (phr): two young people who are married
or in o relationship
spiral staircase (phr): a set of curvy stairs in o building
huge (adj): very big in size
plant (n): a living thing thot grows in the soil
every (det): all of a group
room (n): on orea of a building that is closed by a floor
ceiling ond walls
everywhere (odv): oll over a place
bright (odj): hoving lots of light
grass carpet (phr): a floor covering made from a green
plant
streom (n): a narrow, shallow, flowing body of water
trees (n): tall plants with o central stem and branches
earthquoke-proof (adj): being oble to withstand
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Explain the task and read the example sentences
aloud. Write the three headings (number of
rooms, furniture, garden) on the board and
brainstorm with Ss for ideas.
Give Ss time to write their sentences. Then ask
various Ss to read their sentences to the class,
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The Nautilus House has got a grass corpet on the floor in
the living room, My house hasn't got a grass carpet in the
living room, The Nautilus House has got o nice garden
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text about? What do you think it is like
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whdt there is inside the house, garden. Tell the class.
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Why ore these items in space? What could o house
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text in their books. Then elicit three things
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On the space stat¡on they have got o special vocuum
cleaner to catch the floating dust. They don't need to
cook their food. AIso, they don't need to wash their
clothes becouse they ore all disposable,
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introduce and predict the content
pictures, Ask Ss to say what they think the
text is about, Ask: Where is'out of this world'?
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Ss' attention on the different plural endings.
Then read the theory for irregular plurals.
Drill Ss by saying some nouns in the singular
aloud (e,9, potato, cup, dress). Ss say the relevant
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plural form
A house out of this world has got no gravity, so things
float around. lt is very difficult to clean.
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floating dust on the space stat¡on,
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thoughts with the rest of the class,
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chores, astronauts, meoltimes, tins, packets, spoons, forks,
knives
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space station (n): o place in space built for osilonauts to
work ond live on
neighbourhood (n): on areo around where o person lives
chore (n): everydoy work done oround the house
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catch (v): to grab hold of sth
mealtime (n): the t¡me when o person eats
tin (n): a closed metalfood conta¡ner
packet (n): a container holding several products of the
same kind
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wash (v): to cleon sth
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The ball is between the boxes,
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the text. Check Ss' answers by asking various Ss
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say: This is a book, Write it on the board.
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things near you and far away from you in the
classroom. Ask various Ss to tell what you are
pointing to using this/that - these/those.
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turns to point and say. Ask several pairs of
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place using your book. Put your book on the
desk, then ask and answer: Where's my book?
It's on the desk. Put your book in your bag,
then ask and answer: Where's my book? lt's in
my bag. Present the rest of the prepositions
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book in various places around the classroom
and ask Ss to tell you its location,
Ss open their books. Refer Ss to the drawing
and play the recording. Ss listen and repeat.
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the pictures. Ask Ss if they recognise any of the
attractions in the pictures. Ask Ss if they know
anything about New York or any of the attractions
in the city. Write Ss' ideas on the board.
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in their books.
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follow the text
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New York City is on the east coast of America, There qre a
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statue (n): a sculpture of a person or onimal
symbol of independence (phr): a representation of
political freedom from another government or country
ride (n): a journey by vehicle or animal;trip
chance (n): the possibility to do sth
boat (n): a vessel for travelling on water; ship
get wet (phr): to become wet
forget (v): to Ieave sth behind accidentally
horse ond carriage (n): a small cart with horses that pull
it along
path (n): a track made for walking or cycling
huge (adj): very large
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attractions
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on the lnternet or in
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There are many tourist ottract¡ans in Rio de Janeiro. The
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of Corcovado Mountain w¡th fantastic views of the city.
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night clubs on the promenade, or go to one of many free
concerts that take place there.
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read them aloud. Ask Ss what the adverts are about'
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How much does it cost? - And how much is it?
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roles.
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Hello. How can I helP You?
Hi, my name is Lauren and I want to rent a flat near
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area.
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A: It has got two bedrooms, two bathrooms,
room, a large modern kitchen and a study'
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That's perfect. Which floor is it on?
lt's on the third floor.
month.
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boats with amazing animal faces to go
fishing. The women are at home with the
children. There's one school for the
children but there isn't a hospital or
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individually.
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of the features are in their
country and encourage them to give examples.
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water) and explain the word floating (resting on
top of the water). Encourage Ss to guess what
might be strange about these islands.
Ask various Ss to read parts of the text aloud.
Ask Ss if any of their predictions were correct.
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Give 5s time to write their sentences and ask
some Ss to read their complete sentences aloud.
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floating islands (phr): oreas of land surrounded by water
picture shows the floating islonds of Lake Titicaca.
The people make them from totora reeds. There are
simple reed huts on the islands. We can also see the reed
boots that the fishermen have.
that move on the woter
place (n): the area where sth is situated; position
home (to) (n): the residence of certain people or animals
surface (n): outer part /layer of sth; exterior
soft (adj): changing shape or easy to bend when touched
wet (adj): soaked with water
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America
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or it may be assigned as HW. Encourage Ss
to make their emails as descriptive as
possible and to use the new vocabulary they
learned from the Check these words box.
Suggested Answer Key
Hi Jane,
Greetings from Lake Tit¡caco! lt's great here!
There are forty floating islands on the lake. The locol
people moke the islands out of totora reeds and have got
reed huts. They have also got reed boats for fishing and
go to school, but they haven't got doctors or a hospital
nearby. lt is a very simple life here, but I really like it.
That's all my news for now. See y.ou soon!
at 3,812 metres above sea level. The Uros people
and their man-made islands are one of many
groups of people who live on the lake.
Puno is a city in southeastern Peru near Lake
Titicaca. lt dates back to the 17th century. lt is
known as the folklore capital of Peru and many
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inform), stories (to entertain), etc.
Read the Studyskills box and ask Ss why the
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I have got a brick house. There are many rooms in my
house and we have got heat¡ng. There is a hospital and
doctors nearby. t hovenl got a different view from my
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text
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building
simple (adj): not complicated or fancy
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mountain range on the border of Peru and Bolivia
in South America. lt is the largest lake in South
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school (n): a place where children go to learn
hospital (n): a building where medicalcare is given
nearby (adv): close in distance
popular (with) (ddj): liked a lot by certain people
tourists (n): travellers who visit an orea for pleasure
experience o unique way of life (ph4: to temporarily live
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to persuade or to inform? This helps us understand the
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The author's purpose is to inform.
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People on the island have a simple life.
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the floating islands of Lake
Titicaca. Write an email to
your friend. Write: where
you ore, what there is there,
how you like
it.
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lifestyle differ from yours? ln
three minutes, write a few
sentences. Read them to your
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When is Billy's birthday?
What time is the party?
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text.
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check.
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and mentions how to get to B¡tty's house, There is a
supermarket, a boker's, a pet shop and a florist,s in Biily,s
neighbourhood.
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address (n): information, including a street ond number,
that tells where a building is
underground (n): a system of troins that runs under the
ground
station (n): o stopping point for trains where people can
get on and
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in and go in the direction to your left
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which is red. Ask a S to pick up a pencil. Next
ask Ss to pick up the red pencil. Elicit why you
used the instead of a and explain that you say
the to talk about specific things.
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library. Cross Milton Street. The post office is opposite
the supermarket on your right.
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text which give the information.
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My house is in a quiet street next to the park.
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point: My name is Dave. Where is Dave? Dave has got
two dogs, o cat, ond a hamster. Dave is a great friend!
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living room has got modern furniture.
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to find examples in the text in Ex. 1.
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taught, and make Ss aware of the differences.
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to help them.
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class. Alternatively
assign the task as HW. Point out that Ss should
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adjectives to make their texts more interesting.
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lt's fantastic!
There are two bonks on Princess Street.
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exercise and allow Ss
time to
complete it. Then check Ss' answers.
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new house, quiet street, new school, It's very big, huge
garden, Iarge living room, modern l5itchen, lorge bed,
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Thanks for your email about your house! It sounds great.
My house is also in a quiet street next to a park. It's very
big with a garden and a garage. lt has got a large living
rooml o kitchen, a dining room, a study, two bedrooms
and two bathrooms.
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group
skyline (n): the shape formed by objects (buitdings) ogainst
the sky
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Then explain the words for the materials. Drill Ss
by asking them what different items in the
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in the books, and check their answers.
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top (n): the highest part of sth
sight (n): sth that is worth seeing in a place/city; tourist
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the desk (wood), the legs of a chair (stee/), etc.J Ask Ss
what they believe each tower is made of.
cool (adj): great, impressive
spaceship (n): o vehicle used for space travel; spacecraft
second (n): a small measurement of time; l /60 of a minute
great view (phr): a beautiful scene that con be seen from
a certain position
hundreds of flats (phr): many ftats (homes) in a buitding
glass cube (n): a solid structure with 6 equal sides mode
of glass
slide (out) (v): to glide smoothly out from sth
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Then check 5s' answers.
Ss
time to complete it.
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Ask various Ss their opinions.
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The most impressive tower ¡s the Space Needle becouse
the top looks like a spaceship and it takes onty 43 seconds
to get there. That's really cool!
Paris is the capital of France. lt has a population
of 2.2 million people and it is a popular tourist
destination with many famous sights including
Notre Dame Cathedral and the Eiffel Tower.
Seattle is a large city in the state of Washington
in the USA. lt has a population of 3.4 million
people. lt is a large seaport. lt gets its name from
a Native American Chief. lt is a popular tourist
resort and it is home to the Space Needle.
Melbourne is the second biggest city in Australia. lt
the capital of the state of Victoria in the southeast
of the country. 4 million people live there, and it is a
centre for arts, entertainment and tourism.
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Explain/Elicit the meaning of the words in the
Checkthese words box.
Suggested Answer Key
wood (n): aYnaterial that comes from trees
glass (n): a solid material that you can see through
brick (n): a rectangular building block made from clay
Explain the task and write the key questions on
the board: Where is it? What is it made of? What
does it look likeT Explain that these questions
should act as a plan for the text they willwrite.
Ss in groups complete the task or it may be
assigned as HW. Ask Ss to look up extra
information on the lnternet or in encyclopedias/
is
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make a presentation about a tower
or a building
other reference books. Ss write a short text
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using the information they collected.
Encourage Ss to include a picture to illustrate
their piece of writing. Ask groups to present
their building to the class.
Suggested Answer Key
The Leoning Tower of Pisa is a very impressive building. It
is in Pisa, a city in ltaly. lt datesfrom 1173. tt is a marble
tower ond it is very strange. It is famous because it is not
straight.
It is
55.7 metres high on one side
and
56.6
metres high on the other side. This tower is popular with
tourists.
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3 earthquake
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their quizzes in groups' Ask Ss to go
through the pages of Module 2 and select
information to compile their quiz' Ask groups to
exchange quizzes. Ss do the quizzes' Then check
Ss prepare
their answers.
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1
fast food restaurant
baker's
2
3
4
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Astronauts have
a
special vocuum cleaner for
catching dust. (T)
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Divide the class into two teams' Ask the
teams in turn to make a sentence using
words from the list.
Each correct sentence earns one point' lf
the sentence is incorrect the team misses a
turn.
The team with the most points after all of
the words have been used wins'
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tower.)
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The Nautilus House hasn't got a garden'
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clothes shoP
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Boston is home to the Celtics basketballteom'
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Susan's mum is an estate agent.
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3 You can't walk in/at space.
4 There are small huts in/on the island.
5 The flat is at/on the third floor,
6 We're excited for/about our new house.
7 The place is popular with/for tourists.
8 The island is home forlto twenty families.
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sea, estote, spiral.
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6
7
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neighbourhood
Choose the correct word.
The house has a great
site/view of the lake.
2 The lake is high above sea ride/level,
3 The Uros people have a unique type/way of life.
4 There are floating/popular islands on the lake
that are in a different place each day,
5 There isn't a school nearby/straight.
6 Their houses are small hats/huts of reeds.
7 We have picnics in/at weekends.
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. unique way of life ¡ estate agent
. second floor . huge park . chores
. vacuum cleaner . small windows
. friendly to the environmenl r great view
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write
The Nautilus House is like a snake.
5
You can't walk in space.
The Space Needle is in Melbourne.
6
The Statue of Liberty is on Ellis
The Uros people have got
lsland.
reed boats.
There aren't any lakes in Central
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IKEA is a Swedish furniture and home products store. We
have IKEA stores in my country, You can buy furniture ond
oppliances there.
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read for lexico-grammat¡cal
structure
.
.
.
Have Ss read through the Study skills box,
explaining any unknown words.
Give 5s time
to
reread
the text and to
complete the task.
Check answers around the classroom.
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Have 5s read through the rubric, then put them
in pairs to do the task. Give Ss 3 minutes to
complete the task.
Go around the classroom monitoring individual
pairs and offer guidance.
Have Ss switch roles'
Elicit correct question forms and write on board'
Suggested Answer KeY
A:
What is the address of Harry's restaurant?
B: It's 1500 Cedar Avenue'
A: ls Harry's closed on MondaYs?
B: No, it's open on MondaYs.
A: When is breakfast available?
B: You can get breakfast all daY.
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A: Is there a discount for senior
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complete the task.
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answers with their Partner'
Write responses on the board.
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2
3
4
5
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a fridge w¡th lots of items; a toaster with toast; a cooker
all three pictures show street signs
all three pictures show Prices
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first dialogue.
Ask Ss what words made picture C the
correct answer, and what words made
pictures A and B incorrect'
Now play the recording for the dialogues 1-5.
Give Ss time to decide which picture each
dialogue matches then check answers around
the classroom.
Answer Key
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Read through the rubric as Ss
follow along'
Give Ss time to answer the questions.
Check answers.
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turning it in.
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flat near the university with
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write a notice
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Play the recording for the
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the listening scriPt
a short notice
details of what size flat, rooms, etc I need, the area it
con be in, how much rent I can afford, my name and
emoil address
students and staff at the university
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do the task. Compare with
your partner.
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closed
telephone number?
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how much rent you can
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cushions, populor, level, friendly.
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2 The house has
.........
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got a great
of the mountains.
3
The islands are
4 Their
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flat is on the first ...........
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8
9
There are trees in the ......,.......
6
7
10
The park is
The take is above sea
4x2=8 marks
to 300 people.
with tourists.
.... on the bed?
....,.... of life.
The house is ........,............ to the environment.
5
't,; Fill in: a, an or the.
1 There's
baker's near my house.
2 Have you got
fridge?
island?
3 ls this
4 ...........,... chemist's near the park is very big.
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Circle the correct response.
1A:
B:
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2
sofa
3
fridge
4
iron
5
chemist's
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living room
dishwasher
-
cooker
roof
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armchair
toaster
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garden
4A:
chair
washbasin
B:
chimney
butcher's
-
baker's
-
towel
B:
6
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You can buy bread at the b.....,,.........
2
You can buy meat at the b................
3
You can buy medicine at the c ..,.,........,.,
lt's under the bed.
lt's an iron.
What's your address, please?
a M-E-R-T-O-N.
b 20, Merton Street,
A:
B:
a
b
lt's on Milton Street.
16, Primrose Street.
Can I see it?
a Yes,lcan.
b Yes, of course.
A: How much is it?
B: a lt'sf1,000amonth.
4 You can buy stamps at the p................
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a
b
5 A: Can you tell me where the cinema is?
5x2=10 marks
1
At home.
a Yes, there is.
b No, it isn't.
B:
laundry room
lt's a lake.
ls there a poster on the wall?
B:
Circle the odd word out.
kitchen
a
b
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Where's Ann?
b
4x2=8 marks
16, Primrose Street.
7x2=14 marks
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Choose the correct word.
Write a short text about your favourite
room (50-60
2o marks
words).
There/This is a bed in the bedroom.
2 ls that/these a bookcase?
3 Walk alongiout of the street.
4 There are some/any books on the desk.
5 Are there some/any posters on the wall?
6 There's a computer on/in the desk.
7 There aren't some/any forks on the table.
8 These are Ann's child/children.
9 Those are knifes/knives.
f 0 These men/mans are from Mexico.
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describe houses and rooms
describe a location
arrange to view a house for rent
compare different lifestyles
ask for/give directions
write an informal email describing my new
house and favourite room
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2
3
4
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2
1
2
3
4
3
4
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iron
butcher's
3 chemist's
4 post office
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5
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7
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9
10
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bookcase and a desk with o computer. There's o big
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room.
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to suggest what they think it means (daily routines).
Go through the contents list and stimulate a
discussion on what Ss will learn in the module.
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intonation.
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.
.
.
.
Refer Ss to the pictures and elicit what they see.
Elicit the meaning of 'like' (to enjoy/make you
haPPY) '
Read out the example sentence.
Elicit answers from Ss and write
them on the
board.
Answer Key
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Mary and Adam like playing board games.
John and Becky like watching DVDs.
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and don't like to do from the list, then give Ss
time to complete the sentences.
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to do
check.
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I |ike listening to music and hanging out with (my) friends.
I don't like rollerblading or playing board games.
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b)
3 have breakfast 4 walk to school
Read and complete the sentences.
Bill works at a snake farm.
2 ln the morning, he gets up early and walks to the farm.
3 At work he catches different types of poisonous snakes and
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milks them to collect their venom to make antivenin.
Bill's job is important because without antivenin, people that
poisonous snakes.bj.te" can die.
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Find examples in the text.
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teom (n): a group of people who worktogether
moke (v): create
medicine (n): a substance used to cure an illness
ontivenin (n): o substance thot can cure/protect against
venomous bites or stings
die (v): to stop living
puppy (n): a young dog
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Explain the task. Ask Ss to read through the
list of verbs and look at the p¡ctures of daily
routine activities and fill in the gaps with
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the verbs.
Play the recording. Ss listen, check and
repeat, chorally or individually. Check Ss'
pronunciation and intonation.
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Allow Ss some time to read the text again
and answer the questions.
Check Ss' answers.
new vocabulary
.
.
Explain the times of day and complete the
example (e.9. In the morning I get up, I have a
Snakebites and antivenin
shower and then I have breakfast).
Elicit a variety of answers from various
around the classroom.
Ss
Over 500,000 people worldwide suffer from snake
Suggested Answer Key
bites each year. Snakebites by venomous (or
poisonous) snakes can cause many medical
In the morning I get up, have a shower, have breakfast and
walkto school.In the afternoon,l participate in sport and do
my homework. In the evening, I have dinnel watch a DVD,
and walkthe dog.Then, I brush my teeth and go to bed.
problems, such as paralysis, disability, bleeding, and
even death. People who live in rural tropical areas
are at risk on a daily basis. ln general, women,
children, and farmers are the majority of the victims
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information
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Play the recording. Ss listen and follow the
text in their books and answer the questions
in the rubric. Check Ss' answers.
Suggested Answer Key
Bill 'milks' snakes to collect their venom. His iob is very
dongerous because the snakes can bite him.
.
Explain/Elicit the meaning
Check thesewords box.
of snakebites.
The only effective treatment
is
antivenin, a solution made in a lab using the snake's
venom. However, the antivenin must originate from
the same species that caused the bite in order for it
to work. This is why labs need to collect samples
from a wide variety of snakes in each country.
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of the words in
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the present simple affirmative
.lor" their books. Present the present simple.
Say: / live in London. Write it on the board.
Underline /lve and explain that this verb is in the
present simple. Point to a S and say: You live in
London. Then write it on the board. Underline /lve.
S,
fhen
milk (v): to get milkfrom an animal
Point to a male S and say:
cow (n): farm animal that produces milk
goat (n): smallfarm/wild animalwith horns
snoke farm (n): a place that roises long thin reptiles with
no legs to sell them or their products
dangerous (ddj): likely to hurt you
bite (v): to use teeth to injure you
hand (n): the part of the body at the end of the arm with
four fingers and a thumb
drm (n): the port of the body attached to the shoulders
with the hand on the end
early (adv): before the usual time that sth happens
cdtch (v): to capture; to get a hold of
type (n): a group of sth with similar qualities/features
poisonous (ddj): very harmful if it gets in your body
enclosure (n): an area of land surrounded by a fence
Iaboratory (n): a place where research and experiments
take ploce
venom (n): the poison from an animol's bite or sting
teeth (n): hard white objects in your mouth for biting and
chewing
write it on the board. Underline /ives. Explain that
the third-person singular usually takes an -s.
.
.
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He lives in
London.
Present the other persons in the same way.
Explain the spelling rules of the third-person
singular by writing the verbs kiss, finish, wotch,
mix, go, try on the board together with their
third-person singular forms. Stress the difference
between the spelling of play and try.
Ss open their books. Read the table aloud.
Focus Ss' attention on the uses of the tenses
(daily routines, habits ond permanent states).
Elicit examples from the text.
Answer Key
We form the present simple with the subject (noun/ pronoun)
and the verb. We form the 3rd-person singular by adding -s
to the end of the verb; -es to verbs ending in -ch, -o, -sh, -ss, -s,
-es; -ies to verbs ending in a consonant and -y.
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4
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different ways. Model the sounds of the symbols.
Ss
time to complete the first part of the
task.
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the task.
Then ask some Ss to tell the class their daily
routine and how it differs to Bill's.
ln the morning, I get up early and have breakfast. Then, I
Explain the task and explain that -s (third-person
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walk to school and hqve lessons. Bill gets up early too. He
also walks to work.
ln the afternoon, I play sport ond do my homework. I
don't go to work like Bill.
ln the evening, I have dinner and walk the dog. Then, I
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simple affirmative
Explain the task. Ask Ss to write the headings in
their notebooks.
Allow Ss time to complete the task and check
Ss' answers on the board.
Select various Ss from the class to tell you
about Bill's daily routine.
Answer Key
Morning: gets up early, wolks to the farm,
catches
snokes, milks snakes
Aftern oon : mokes m ed i ci ne (a ntive ni n)
Evening: walks puppy, watches a DVD, goes to bed
Suggested Answer Key
In the morning, Bill gets up early and walks to the farm.
He catches different types of snakes and milks them to
collect their venom.
In the ofternoon, he makes medicine out of the venom
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in the
mornings? Lots of
people do this to get to work but
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office work. He works outdoors as a
wildlife photographer. He often gets up
before dawn, has breakfast then he gets
ready to go to work. He doesn't work shifts
or even 9 to 5. He hides among trees in the
jungle, keeps very still and waits for a chance
the day he returns to his camp. After dinner
he checks the photographs on his computer.
He sometimes works late to send the
pictures to the magazine he works for. lt's a
tiring and dangerous job but Nathan is happy
to share the beauty of nature with people all
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5 He doesn't like his job.
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get ready (phr): to do things to prepore for
sth
work shifts (phr): to work for a fixed number of hours
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the meaning of ,admire,
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Give Ss time to form their opinion.
Ask Ss around the class to share their opinion
with the rest of the class.
of
nature
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present the present simple (negative/
interrogative)
.
Ss close their books. Write on the
board: tdon,t iike
Fridays. She doesn,t tike Fridays. Underline
t don,t in
the first sentence and She doesn,t in the second
sentence. Explain that we use l/you/we/they
da
not/don't and he/she/it does not/doesn,f to form
the
negative of the simple present. point out that
the
main verb is the same in all persons.
Then, write on the board: Do t like FridaysT
No, I
don't. Does she tike Fridays? No, she daesn,t.
Explain
that we use Do l/you/we/they and Does he/she/it
to form questions in the simple present. Focus
Ss' attention on the position of do/does (befare
the noun/persono! pronoun). We answer in
the
yes/No, t/you/we/they
da/don,t
a n d h e/s h e/it d oes/doe s n,t.
. Ask Ss to open their books and read
the
grammar table. Elicit examples from the
text.
Answer Key
Do you catch the bus ..,?
Nathan doesn't do office work.
... Nathan Dell doesn't.
He
doesn't work shifts
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be seen
of tropicat trees and
not to
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plants close together
keep still (phr): to not move; to remain in one position
wait for a chance (phr): be potient until on opportunity
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like/ respect sb).
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before sb replaces you
hide (v): to conceal yourself; to
personalise the topic/to express
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the Checkthese words box.
wildlife photogropher (n): a person who takes pictures
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does a difficutt job and shares the beauty
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with people all over the world.
3 a) i..S---lWTo consotidate vocabutary
. Explain/Elicit the meanings of the words in
office work (phr): tasks thot are usually done in
of business (e,g. paperwork, typing, etc)
outdoors (adv): outside, not in a buitding
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of plants and animals in the wild os
office work
outdoors
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1 He works in the jungte,
2 He walks to work.
5 He likes his job.
3
4
work shifts
.
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Answer Key
time to complete the task.
Keep still
an opinion
predict the content of a texr and
Direct Ss' attention to the picture at the
bottom of the page and elicit what they think
he does for a living (He is a photographer).
Ask Ss to read through the questions (1_5) and
guess the answers by marking them with
T for
true or F for false.
Play the recording. Ss listen and follow the
text
in their books to check.
Check Ss' answers. As an extension, ask Ss to
correct the false statements.
Ss
Check Ss' answers.
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listen and read for specific information
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nurse, secretary, pilot, chef, lawyer, police officer,
etc.
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write them down.
Give Ss time to do the task. Ask Ss from around
the classroom to share their list with the class.
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return (v): to go bockto a place you come from
share (v): to let sb else enjoy/have sth that you have
beauty of nature (phr): the attractiveness of ol! the plants
and animals in the notural world
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. Go through the task and explain/elicit the
B:
... get up at 7 o'clock?
A:
Yes,
meanings of any unknown words in the rubric
and the task.
Explain that the time slots in the schedules
relate to morning, afternoon, and evening.
Explain the task and read the example aloud. Ss
then complete the task. Ask various 5s around
the classroom to read out their corrected
sentences and check.
3
4
5
6
Jane doesn't hang out with her friends on Saturday
mornings. She has o tennis lesson.
Tom doesn't do chores on Sunday mornings, He plays
computer gomes.
Jone and Tom don't watch DVDs on Saturday
evenings.They go out/hang out with their friends.
Jone doesn't do her homeworkon Sunday afternoons.
She has a violin lesson.
Jone and Tom don't play computer gomes on Sunday
evenings.They watch a DVD.
B:
Yes, I
A:
Yes, I
B:
Yes,
.
listen for specific information
.
the task. Ss listen and fill in the
boxes with r (true) or F (false).
Explain
.
use of adverbs of frequency. Point out to
students that we ask the question How often
...i with adverbs of frequency.
Choose a S to read the examples aloud.
Explain the use of adverbs before the main
verb and after the verb 'to be'. Write some
examples on the board without the adverbs
and ask Ss to tell you where to insert them.
mn
.
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Ido./No, Idon't.
(Ss'own answers)
b)
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m
To practise the present simple
questions and short answers
.
.
Explain the task and allow Ss time to complete
the task.
Check 5s' answers.
7 a) mTo present prepositions of time
. Go through the box and explain the use of
.
prepositions of time.
Check Ss understand them by saying different
times and eliciting the correct prepositions
from
Ss
around the classroom.
afternoon
e.g. T
T: June
S1: intheafternoon 52: inJune,etc.
Give Ss time to fill in the correct prepositions,
.
then check Ss' answers
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talk about daity routines using
prepositions of time
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Explain the task. Choose two Ss to read the
example aloud, Ss work in pairs and complete
the task.
Monitor the activity around the classroom
and then ask some pairs to ask and answer
in front of the class.
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How often do you buy a newspaper?
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How often do you do the shopping?
I never dothe shopping.
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Explain the task. 5s work in pairs and ask
and answer questions about how often they
do the activities in the list.
A: How often do you read in bed?
B: I never read in bed.
A: How often do you help with choresT
B: I usually help with chores.
A: How often do you catch o bus?
B: I sometimes catch o bus.
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b)
T
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and then ask some pairs to ask and answer
in front of the class.
Check Ss' answers,
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do./No, I don't, Do you do sport in the winterT
do./No, I don't. Do you buy a magazine at weekends?
8 a) mñTo present adverbs of frequency
¡ Go through the theory box and explain the
Listen!ng
5
I do./No, I don't. Do you do your homework on
Friday evenings?
Answer Key
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write about what you do at weekends
Allow Ss time to write some sentences about
Ss to use adverbs of frequency.
Choose some Ss to tell the class about what
they do at weekends.
themselves. Remind
Suggested Answer Key
At the weekends, I never get up eorly. On Saturdays,
I
usually go out with my friends or watch a DVD.
On Sundays, I always do my homework and I often help
with chores.
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Fneparsitñsns sS tSme
lane and Tom Smith have busy weekends.
Look at their timetables and correct the
sentences. Use the verbs, have, do, go, watch,
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tennis lesson
football practice
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chores
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out with friends
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chores
computer games
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violin lesson
homework
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2
3
4
5
Jane and Tom have a music lesson on Saturday
with her friends on
days (on Saturday(s), on Monday morning(s)), dates
(on
on weekdays
work on Saturdays.
My birthday is on 20th December.
He never works in the evening.
They go to school on weekdays.
I have a dancing lesson at 6 o'clock.
b) ffi
Use the phrases
to ask and
answer.
3 Tom does chores on Sunday mornings.
4 Jane and Tom watch DVDs on Saturday evenings'
5 Jane does her homework on Sunday afternoons.
6 Jane and Tom play computer games on Sunday
. watch TV/the evenings r get up/7 o'clock
¡ do your homework/Friday evenings
.
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do sport/the winter
buy a magazine/weekends
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2
in the morning/afternoon/evening, months/seasons (in
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often something happens. They go
before the main verb, but after the
verb
'to be'
skattng. He
is never late.
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questions.
1
Does Jack go
2
Does Jack get up early? No, he doesn't.
3
Do Jack and Kate live in a flat? Yes, they do.
to school? Yes, he does.
4 Does Kate like Maths? Yes, she does'
5
Does Kate do sport? No, she doesn't.
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Tommy often goes
How often do you ...
.
help with chores?
catch a bus? o go to the library?
buy a newspaper? . do the shopping?
read in bed?
.
. send text messages?
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at weekends. Use adverbs of frequency
(often, olways, usually, sometimes, neverl,
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study hard (ph|: to work hard at learning sth
make friends (phr): to form friendships
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Physics (n): the scientific study of motion and energy
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live alone (phr): to live in an apartment by yourself
meal plon (n): a system that ollows Ss to pay for a certain
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low price (phQ: price cheaper than usual
join clubs (phr): to become a member of a school club or
organisation
drama (n): the art form of writing, acting in and directing
plays
newspaper (n): a regular publication with various items
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orgdnise events (phr): to arrange sociol events/activities
hold events (phr): to host social events/activities
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Colleges in the USA
Subjects: Students Iearn many different subjects, such os
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day, five days a week.
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college dining hollfor a cheap price.
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Subjects: Students have a wide choice of subjects to
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Comparative Literature, Biology ond more,
Classes: Lectures can last from 50 minutes to o few hours
each. Most students attend from 1 2 to 1 8 hours of lectures
per week. Students attend lectures from Monday to Fridoy,
but since they choose their own classes and create their
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lectures ¡nto three or four days out of the week.
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in the halls of residence. Students can also choose to rent
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stare (v): to look at sb/sth for a long time
normol (ddj): ordinary
leaves (n): flot, thin, green parts of plants or trees
twigs (n): small thin bronches on a tree or bush
slice (n): a thin piece cut from a larger piece of bread,
fruit, etc.
playful (adj): friendly, lively and cheerful
personality (n): character
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treat (n): sth tosty/enjoyable to eot
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Kenya is a country in East Africa. lt borders Ethiopia,
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and the official languages are English and Swahili.
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most
endangered giraffe species. lt lives in western Kenya
and eastern Uganda. They have long legs, a long
neck and a leopard-like coat. They can be over 5 m
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the Giraffe Manor, a hotel in Kenya, Africa.
5-metre
tall
Every morning before 9 o'clock, the giraffes walk over and
put their heads through the open windows to see what's for
breakfast. ln the wild, giraffes eat leaves and twigs, but here
at the hotel they prefer a slice of toast and some orange juice.
These playful creatures are like members of the family. Each
one has its own name and personality. Lynne is the leader and loves treats from the guests.
Arlene likes hugs while Barney is like a typicalteenager- even though he's only 3.
The hotel is also a conservation project. The Rothschild giraffe is a rare animal with only a few
hundred left in the wild, On the'14O-acre estate there are also exotic birds and antelbpes.
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complete the sentences.
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evidence in the text.
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personalise the topic
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school
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school subjects as theY can'
Write answers on the board.
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to write down
as many
are.
Answer Key
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listen and follow along.
to write sentences and then
check answers from various Ss.
Ss
Give Ss time
Suggested Answer Key
Science ond we also must switch off our mobile phones in
class, We don't have to wear school uniforms or study
circus skills though.
Play the recording.
Ss listen and repeat
Answer Key
In my school, we also have to work hard ot Maths and
present vocabulary relating to
ii¡ióoliutes
.
.
.
Explain the task to Ss and give them time to
reread the text and complete the task.
Check answers around the room.
the
phrases. Correct
pronunciation if necessarY.
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questions in the rubric.
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric'
Give Ss enough time to read the text to check
their answers.
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I think it is a circus school. I think students study
circus
skills.
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. ii'.'ur*olain the meaning of the words in
the
Check thesewords box.
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juggte (v): to keep obiects, like balls, travelling in the air
by throwing and catching them
trspeze (n): a bar thot hongs from two ropes, used for
doing circus tricks
exist (v): to be
circus skills (n): obilities for a type of show that includes
different sorts of acts, like people or animals who do
tr¡cks ond clowns who do funny things
ocrobatics (n): different types of athletic tricks, like
tumbling, flipping and other stunts
tightrope walking (n): walking across a rope that is very
high up in the air
performance (n): a show for entertainment
course (n): a number of lessons dealing with a certain
subject
performer (n): a person who ploys a part in a performance
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to do later in the day (lhavetodomyhomework.).
Elicit the meaning of have to (expresses
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duty/obligation to do sth).
Write I don't have to walk to school. (l can catch the
bus.). Elicit from Ss the meaning of the sentence
(l can walk to school, but it's not necessary).
Have Ss read through the theory box and then
find examples from the text.
Write answers on the board as Ss say them aloud.
Answer Key
have to work, have to be on time, don't have to switch off,
hove to do o circus skills course
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ffi$ffiTo practise haveto/don'thaveto/hosto/
") doesn't
have to
.
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Explain the task to Ss and give them time to
complete it.
Check Ss'answers around the room.
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has
to/doesn't have to
Explain the task to 5s.
As Ss speak in pairs, walk around the room
to monitor the activity.
Answer Key
A: Do you have to do the washing-up every day?
B: Yes, Ido./No, I don't,
A: Do you have to walk to school?
B: Yes, Ido,/No, I don't.
A: Do you have to do your homework every evening?
B: Yes, I do./No, I don't.
A: Do you have to shore o bedroom with your brother/sister?
B: Yes, I do./No, I don't.
2
3
4
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present shoutd/oughtto
Show Ss
a picture of a teen cut out from a
magazine. Explain that his name is Jack and he
a
a
is always late for school. Ask Ss to think of
advice to give him so he won't be late anymore.
On the board write You should go to sleep early.
Explain to students that we use should/ought to
when we are giving advice.
Elicit similar sentences from Ss and write them
on the board (You should set your clothes out the
night before, You should wake up eorlier, You should
leave the house earlier,etc.).
Have Ss read through the theory box and then
complete the task.
Check answers around the room.
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shouldn't/oughtn'tto
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should/oughtto
shouldn't/oughtn'tto
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present Adjectives/Adverbs
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tennis player. Ask
this
sentence is correct (yes, because good describes
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the noun tennis player).
Have Ss find examples in Ex.2 and check
answers around the class.
On the board, write Jenny can play tennis good.
Ask Ss if the sentence is correct (no, good should
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be well).
to Ss that well is an adverb, which we
use when we talk about how Jenny plays
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¡ Check answers around the room.
practice using adjectives and adverbs
Answer Key
1 well
2 quickly
3
4
coreful
bad
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6
softly
badly
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John has to do the washing-up every day. He doesn't hove
to walk to school. He has to do his homework every day.
He doesn't have to share a bedroom w¡th a brother/sister.
should/ought always to listen
practice forming adverbs from
Explain the task and give Ss time to complete it.
Check answers on the board and elicit why late
doesn't change to lately (because lately means
in recent times), Make sure they know that late
is both an adjective and an adverb.
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2 well
3 quietly
4 late
5
politely
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write sentences using haveto/don't
have to
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them time to write sentences.
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Have various Ss read their sentences to the class.
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teachers. We don't have to do sport, but mony students do,
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We use have/has
to to
,
Ye-l
lr,e, e-tc,
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go before nouns but after the verb ¡o be.
the singular and plural. The
SHORT ANSWERS
wo¡!?
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express lack
of obligation.She
Fill in: haveto, hasto, don'thoveto, doesn'thaveto, as
in the example.
1 Jane doesn'thavetosign in every morning. (rY)
2 Jane and Steve have to respect their teachers. (/)
3 Jane and Steve have to be silent in the school library. (/)
4 Jane and Steve don't have to wear a uniform, (¡)
5 Steve doesn't have to show an lD card. (,¡r)
6 Jane has to study acrobatics, (/)
Use the phrases to ask and answer
questions, then tell the class what your partner
to/doesn't hove fo do.
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+ -ily
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happy -+ happily lrregular
forms: Qood -+ well; fast
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early /l ote
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fast; hard , hord;
Choose the correct word.
1 Max juggles really good/well.
2 Angie walks quickly/quick.
3 She's a careful/carefully driver.
4 Sam is really badly/bad at Maths.
5 My teacher speaks softly/soft.
6 Tina sings bad/badly.
has
. do sport at school . do the washing-up every day
. walk to school . do homework every evening
. share your bedroom with a brother/sister
Complete the sentences with
the correct adverbs formed
from the adjectives in the list.
s
o
A: Do you have to do sport at school?
polite r late . happy r quiet
r good
do./No, I don't.
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express obligation/duty. We hove to wear a
to to
great.
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{oes,1No,, he, -e!9, doe-¡¡ft,
uniform at school. (lt's the rule./lt's a duty.)
We use don't/doesn't have
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Hesagoodteacher, They are the same in
Do l/you/we/they have to work?:Yes, l, etc do./No, l, etc. don't.
.
text in
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Read the theory, then
in the playground.
fill in should/oughtto or shouldn't/
oughtn't to,
We use should/shouldn't to give advice/make a suggestion. You should go
tothecircus!lt'sgreat!(ll's a good idea.) Youshouldn'tsmoke. (lt's not a good
idea.)We use ought to/oughtn't to to give advice.
(lt's morally right.)
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4
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2 You
3 You
4 You
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haveto do at your school. Tell
the class.
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cousin ,.,
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niece
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Amy is Nick's cousin.
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Amy has got a big family.
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6
Nick lives with his grandparents.
5
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5
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The one
1
2
3
Peter hasn't got a wife, He's ,..,,,,,..,
4
Peter hasn't got any brothers or sisters. He's
Mary and Larry aren't married now, They're ..,,..,
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listen for specific information
1 a) iffiqg1¡,*To
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the task.
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each person.
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and their relationship
to
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David's
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mother
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son
husbond
brother
uncle
grandson
cousin
grandfather (grandad)
nephew
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Ss open their books. Ask them to read the
theory box and match the examples on the
board with the examples in the theory. Elicit
answers around the classroom.
Ask two Ss to read out the example exchange
about Lisa's family. Ss then ask and answer in
pairs about Lisa's family.
Monitor the activity around the classroom and
Suggested Answer Key
'Á,
Ue's Pete'r father. Whose granddoughter is Karla?
B:
A:
She's Stella and John's granddoughter. Who's Mark?
He's Lisa and Karla's father. ... etc.
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l4lho3 the class teacher? (l'm the class teacher.)
Point out that LVho3 is the short form of Who is.
help if necessary.
Allow 5s time to match the pairs. Play the
recording. Ss listen and check their answers.
Play the recording again. Ss listen and
repeat chorally or individually. Check Ss'
pronunciation and intonation.
father (dad)
[Diane's].)
write:
Answer Key
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Write it on the board. Point to some chairs in the
room and say: Whose chairs are these? (They are the
students'chairs.) Write it on the board. Say then
mother (mum)
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daughter
.
wife
sister
aunt
granddaughter
cousin
.
grandmother(grondma)
niece
.
tisten for specific inforrnation
Explain the task. Ask Ss to read sentences 1-6 and
underline the key words (r.e. l.cousin,2.onlychild,3.
big fomily,4. mLtm, 5, divorced,6. lives, grondparents).
Point out that these will help them do the task.
Play the recording. Ss listen and decide if each
statement is true or false.
Check Ss' answers.
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s
a) SilldTo identify
tree and
.
explain the task.
Ss complete the task. Check Ss' answers
around the class.
.
Answer Key
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2
3
4
5
husband
daughter
aunt
grandfather
(grandad)
father (dad)
6
7
8
9
10
a person from their
description
.
cousin
uncle
Draw Ss' attention to the picture. Ask Ss
how they would describe each of the people
in the photograph.
Play the recording. Ss listen to the recording
and follow the dialogue in their books.
Elicit the answer.
wife
Suggested Answer Key
gronddaughter
grandmother
Mary is the girl in the blue top.
(grandma)
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practise who's anddescribe
r'*.i*a
appearance
unknown
words then explain the task and allow Ss time
to complete it. Check Ss' answers.
Ask Ss to bring in family photographs. Explain the
task. Ss work in pairs to act out dialogues similar
to the one in Ex. 5a using the pictures of their
families. Monitor the activity around the class.
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practise new vocabulary
b) .&*lt't;fo
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Answer Key
1
2
single
married
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3 divorced
4 only
5
twins
present and practise who's/whose
5s close their books. Present who's/whose. Point to
a S and say: Who's [Carol]? (She's [Amonda's] sister/best
friend, etc.) Write it on the board. Then point to a
Suggested Answer Key
A: That's a nice photograph, Tanja. Who's that man?
B: Which one?
A: The one with the beard.
B: Oh, that's my uncle, Milos.
A: And who's the other man in a boseball hat?
B: That's my dad. His name is Gerik.
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Direct Ss' attention to the rubric in the box.
Explain the task and give Ss time to complete
it.
Elicit answers from Ss around the classroom.
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Answer Key
1
.
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prepare for the writing task
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Explain the task. Allow Ss some time to answer
the questions about themselves.
Elicit answers from various Ss around the
classroom.
2
an email
my cousin,
Stella 3
my news
read for specific information
¡
Allow
.
Check Ss' answers.
time to read the text and name the
people in the photograph.
1
2
3
Ss
Answer Key
4
There are four people in my family.
My dad's name is Gerold. My mum is Mary. My sister's
nome is Katie.
Dad is a pilot. Mum works at the library. My sister is a
student at university and plays tennis.
I like skateboarding and bosketball. I'm also in my
school's drama club.
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girl in the photogroph is Julia.
The boy in the photograph is Sam.
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Explain the task. Remind Ss
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identify paragraphs in an email
the information they need to complete the
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exercise.
Check Ss' answers. Elicit evidence from the text.
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3 (Write ogain soon)
1
(l'm glad your OK)
2 (Mum has a new job. etc.)
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introduce linkins words
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Read the theory box aloud.
Elicit examples from the text and write them
on the board.
Answer Key
the park. I'm also in the school drama club and I really
like it.
Sam and Igo swimming.
Sam finds it tiring, but I'm really keen on it.
I can have guitar lessons on Mondays or piano lessons on
Fridays, but I con't decide.
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practise tinking words
Explain the task. Allow Ss time
to complete
the task.
Check Ss'answers.
Answer Key
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have to go now. Write soon.
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Hi! l'm glad you are OK. I'm great.
My mum really likes her new job at the library. My dad is
very busy and travels often because he is a pilot. Katie
Iikes university a lot and plays tennis every week. After
school, I usually go skateboarding with my friends. At the
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Allow Ss some time to write their emails using
the plan provided. Alternatively, assign as HW.
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Suggested Answer Key
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and feeds the animals. The phones start to ring, and
people make appointments. This is a very busy time
of day!
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sentences 1-7 and then locate the corresponding
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midday.
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midday.
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Weather: Other things/objects: books, desks, a whiteboard
People's feelings: curious and interested
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photograph shows a group of students and a teacher.
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Hi! Hope you're OK.
So here's my daily routine. ln the morning, I get up at
7 am, have a shower, eat breakfast and then catch the
bus ond go to school and have lessons. ln the afternoon, I
have lunch, then I have more lessons. After school, I go
home and do my homework. Then, I have dinner. In the
evening, I hang out with my friends, watch TV or listen to
music. After that, I go to bed.
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person who can't see
it,
Be as detailed as possible. Talk about
loshua: That sounds good, ls it near?
people and their clothes, time
Sophie: 1) ...,,...."......
things/objects you can see and people's feelings.
Joshua: Are there lions and tigers?
Sophie: 2) .......,........
Joshus: 5o what kind of animals has it
b)
notes under the
headings in the
Study Skills box.
Use your notes
to describe the
photo.
Sophie: 3) ....,........,,,
Joshuo: I love snakes.
Sophie: 4),,......,......,
Joshuo: How much are the tickets?
Sophie: 5) ..,.......,,,...
loshua: Let's phone and find out.
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snakes.
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don't like snakes. Monkeys are
my favourite animal.
Yes, it's about half an hour away
on foot.
I think they're f 10 each, but l'm
not sure.
What time does it open?
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has
lots of other animals.
Can we feed them?
b)
Do the task. When you
finish, read the completed
dialogue to see if it makes
sen5e.
Read the rubric. Think of vocabulary related
to the
points in the rubric. Write it down under the headings:
morning octivities - afternoon activities - evening activities
I
about going to the zoo?
No, it's not a big zoo but it
of day, place, weather, other
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photo and make
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You have received a letter from your English penfriend, Kim.
Whot is
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routine for you? When does your day start?
Whot do you do in the morning, ofternoon and euening?
Write her a letter and answer her questions (50-60 words).
b)
the activities from
Follow the plan.
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Ex. 5a
to write your letter.
Flan
lnformal style
Dear Kim,
1: opening remarks
2: describe your typical weekday routine i
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mornings.
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10
The forty-minute walk to school is very
10x2=20 marks
Fill in: in, on, ot,
..,.......... the evenings?
midnight.
2 I'm usually asleep
...
weekdays.
3 Grace wakes up early
4 Tim's birthday is .,...,....,..... September.
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an amazing experience.
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5 The
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birds at
7 You can see a lot of
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We have toishould wear a uniform at school.
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2
3
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Snakes
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get up) late?
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work every morning.
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7 ............,.
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9 .,............
... (not/have) a shower
10 Kate .........,
in the morning.
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Write what you do in the morningi
afternoon/evening (80-1 00 words).
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He takes a packed/treat lunch
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school.
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3
Switch/Put off your MP3 players in class.
Do you have to wear a course/uniform at
school?
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5
The students study circus skills/tours such as
acrobatics'
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talk and write about free-time activities
talk about college life & school rules
talk about animals and pets
talk about reptiles
identify people
tell the time
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ask Ss to suggest what they think it means. (/f we
say that someone does something'come rain or shine'we
mean that they do
it
regularly no motter what the
weather is like.) Go through the contents list and
stimulate a discussion on what Ss will learn in the
module.
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. Refer Ss to the pictures and then read through
the sentences (1-5). Explain/Elicit the meanings
.
.
of any unknown words.
Allow 5s time to complete the task.
Play the recording. Ss listen and check their
answerS,
Answer Key
1B
2D
3E
4A
5C
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different seasons and discuss.
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their favourite season giving reasons.
Suggested Answer Key
ln winter, it's freezing cold and snowy. In spring, it's warm,
but it's roiny. In summer, it's boiling hot and sunny. ln
outumn, it's windy ond cold.
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listen and complete the task.
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and check.
Answer Key
present the present continuous
2
sleep
3
play the
guitar 4
ride a bike
Stella is sleeping.
their books. Take a book in your hand
and pretend to be reading it. Say: I am reading
now. Then write it on the board. Underline /am
reading. Explain that this is the present
continuous tense. Explain that we form the
present continuous by putting the verb 'to be'
and the main verb + ing to form the affirmative.
Explain that we use this tense to talk about
Ss close
Mike & Tom are playíng the gu¡tar
Dan is riding a bike,
actions which are happening now.
Ss open their books. Read the grammar table
aloud and ask Ss to complete the rule.
Elicit when we use the present continuous.
Examples from Ex.
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1
(+ing)
sightsee-sightseeing
eot - eatíng
sunbathe - sunbathing
hike - hiking
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swim - swimming
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chorally and individually.
Check and correct pronunciation if necessary.
Draw Ss' attent¡on to the spelling rules and
elicit examples from Ex. 1.
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Allow Ss time to complete the task.
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they see in each picture.
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To practise -ing ending
Remind Ss to pay attention
to the spelling
rules in the grammar table in Ex. 2.
Ss complete the -lng form of the verbs in the
Iist.
Ask various Ss to write the -ing forms on the
board and check.
Answer Key
I playing
2 weoring
j swimming
4 making
5
6
7
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writing
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running
10
11
12
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of a text
. Refer Ss to the postcards and ask them to
.
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read the first sentences of each one.
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric.
Play the recording. Ss listen and read the
texts to check their answers.
Suggested Answer Key
Peter is in Mexico. He's on holiday.
Ul
hliür" read for specific information
. Ss read the postcards again and complete
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the task.
Elicit Ss' answers in class and check.
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consolidate information in a text
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Ask various Ss to read their sentences to the
class and check.
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Suggested Answer Key
There are snow-capped mountains and volcanoes on the
way to Puebla.
You can visit lots of sights in Puebla.
There are forts in Puebla.
There are beautiful houses to photograph in Puebla's city
centre,
You can see onimals and plants in the Parque Ecológico.
There is a flea market in Los Sapos.
You can buy crafts in Los Sapos.
Answer Key
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. Refer Ss to the Checkthesewords box and elicit/
explain the meanings of any unknown words.
a
place
coach (n): a large comfortable bus
snow-cdpped (adj): covered with snow on the top
mountain (n): a very high hill of rock
volcdno (n): a mountain from which ash or melted rock
comes out
cdn't wqit (phr): (be) Iooking forward (to doing sth)
tour (n): a short trip around a place
are also many shops and restaurants.
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identify the present continuous tense
and practise the simple present
write a postcard about visiting
place in your country
Ask
.
the simple present.
.
Ss to read the texts again to find the verbs
in the present progressive and write them in
Elicit answers in class and check for correct spelling.
Answer Key
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.
we're staying/we stay
we're going/we go
Suggested Answer Key
we are woiting/we wait
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Read through the prompts in the rubric and
check Ss understand the writing task.
Encourage Ss to use vocabulary from the unit
and follow the format of the postcards in Ex. 5a.
Allow Ss some time to complete the task.
Alternatively, assign the task as HW.
Ask Ss to read their postcards in class and check.
we're Ieaving/we leave
Andy isn't coming/Andy doesn't come
we're hoving/we have
we're shopping/we shop
it's raining/it roins
we are having/we have
63(r)
Puebla is the capital city of the state of Puebla in
Mexico. lt is located about 130 km southeast of
Mexico City. Puebla's population is about 1.2
million. Because it still has many traditional
colonial-style homes and beautiful churches, it is
a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Los Sapos is a neighbourhood in Puebla, Mexico.
It is famous for being the location of a flea market,
where you can buy antiques and handicrafts. There
Parque Ecológico is a park in Puebla, Mexico.
This park houses a bird aviary, which is a large
steel dome structure. The aviary is one of the best
in the Americas, housing over 50 species of birds
in recreated environments.
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sights (n): places of interest
fort (n): a strong building for soldiers
it's a pity (phr): ift a shame
flea market (n): an outdoor market that sells used goods
crofts (pl n): handmade goods
snock (n): o light meal
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is located in south-central Mexico.
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guide (n): a person who shows tour¡sts around
route (n): the way from one place to another
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Greetings from Rome! It's a beautiful sunny day" Rome is a
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2 Peter is travelling alone.
3 There are beautiful buildings in Puebla.
4 You can buy souvenirs at Los Sapos.
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and sunny day.
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a coot and my boots
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a present for Angela
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the text
and check their answers.
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seek,
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good result
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money
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Are Sally and Helen listening to music?
No! They aren't Iistening to music. They're doing their
homework.
ls Peter trying on o sweatshirt?
No! He isn't trying on a sweatshirt. He is trying on shoes.
Is Ann swimming?
No! She isn't swimming. She is surfing.
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No! They aren't looking for a present. They are having
Iunch.
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and check.
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read their sentences describing the pictures.
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This is my family. They are having a picníc ot a
park. They
are sitting down and enjoying the worm weather. Dad is
wearing a pink shirt and white shorts. My brother Jack is
wearing o white T-shirt. My sister Sara is wearing a pink
skirt and top. They are having a great time.
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when we use the present simple.
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Questions: What are you doing hereT Are you shopping
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in the evenings. I am watching
and which sentence describes a habit or
routine (the first one/present simple) and which
one describes an action happening now lthe
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Questions: to be + noun/pronoun + verb -ing form.
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TV
TV now.
the present continuous
and check.
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their books. Say and write on the
Ss close
board: I watch
their books. Say and then write on the
board: I am not sleepi7g right now.
Underline: I am not sleeping. Explain that this is
the negative form of the present continuous.
Give examples in all persons.
Then say and write: Am I sleeping now?
Underline: Am I sleepingT Explain that this is the
question form. Tell Ss that we answer in the
short form with Yes, lam/No, I'm not.
Ss open their books. Read the grammar table
aloud.
Elicit how we form the negative/interrogative
in the present continuous tense.
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routines.
She
often wears boots.
questions. Use the Phrases.
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. try on shoes ' do their homework
. have lunch . surf . wear scarves
happening now. I rn wearing my new dress today,
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what to do tonight.
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sentences describing where they ore, what
they ore doing and whot they are wearing. Tell
the class.
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skyscraper, appear, shopping mall, biggest,
accessories, electronics, toys, travel agent,
get tired of, food court, serve, variety of dishes,
snack, dinosaur museum, indoor, roller coaster,
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. shop for clothes . book tickets
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2 You can eat at a(n) food court.
3 There are roller coasters at an amusement park'
4 There is a(n) indoor golf course so don't worry
5
if it starts raining,
When you get tired of walking you can relax at
one of the cafés.
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friend to tell him/her about it.
A:
Hi, Bob.It's Mork.
B:
Hi,
A:
I'm collingfrom....
would you like to visit this
mall? Why/Why not? Tell the class.
.
The Mall of America can hold 32 Boeing 747s.You
can even fit 258 Statues of Liberty in it.
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snack (n): a light meal
dinosaur museum (n): a place that displays the bones of
prehistoric creatures to the pubtic
indoor (adj): ¡orrrning inside a buitding
roller coaster (n): a small railway ot on amusement parkthat
Elicit various answers to the questions in the rubric
and discuss Ss' shopping habits.
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I usually shop at one of the malls in my city ot leost once
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month. There are three malls in my city. you con buy
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to check.
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the text again and complete the chart.
Copy the chart on the board and elicit
answers from various Ss to complete it.
Ss read
A: Hi Bob. tt's Mork.
B: Hi, Mark. Where are you?
A: l'm colling from the Mail of America in Minnesota.
B: Reolly? What,s it like?
A: It's great. There are over 520 stores. They have everything
Check Ss' answers.
Answer Key
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Shops: over 520 shops with accessories, books, electronics,
toys and travel agents
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Things to do: shop, eat, watch a film, visit a dinosour
museum, have fun at the indoor amusement park, ptay
golf, visit an aquarium
B:
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B:
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from accessories and books to electronics and toyi.
Wow! What are you shopping for?
Books and clothes. Right now, I om going to visit the
aquarium and see the sharks.
Really. What else is there?
There is a huge indoor amusement park with roller
coasters, o dinosour museum and a l4_ screen cinema.
That's amazing!Whot about food?
B:
A: There are two big food courts with 20 fast food restourants.
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Refer Ss to the Checkthese words box and elicit/
explain the meanings of any unknown words.
Ss do the task. Elicit answers in class and check.
Sounds like you are having a good time.
I am. Tolk to you later.
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appear (v): to begin to exist
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hats
electronics (pl n): electronic devices and pieces of electronic
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in class.
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b)
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Read the beginning of the dialogue.
ln closed pairs, Ss take turns role playing a
telephone call about being at the mall-in ihe
text.
Encourage Ss to use the vocabulary from the
text.
Monitor the activity and assist if necessary.
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sharks and go on a roller coaster.
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information from a text
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t¡ckets, have lunch, watch a film, visit a museum, see
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shark (n): a very large fish with sharp teeth
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for fun
aquarium (n): a place with exotic fish on display to
public
clothes, electronics, books, CDs, shoes, etc.
equipment
toys (n): objects thot ch¡ldren play with, e.g. dolls, cars,
teddies
travel agent (n): sb who works in an office where people
can go ond make their holiday arrangements
get tired of (phr): become bored with
food court (n): an enclosed areo with lots of fast food outlets
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the topic
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they would like to visit the mall in the iext.
Ask Ss to tell the class.
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Give Ss time to write a few sentences about a
shopping place in their city.
Encourage them to use the vocabulary from the
unit.
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. Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric
from various
Ss
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and discuss.
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correct boxes. Check Ss'answers.
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the recording again. Ss listen and repeat
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discuss the meaning of each phrase.
Play the recording. Ss listen and read the
dialogue to check their answers.
Answer Key
Customer: I'd like a hot dog, Please'
Can I have a colo, Please?
Here you are'
Cashier:
What can I get You?
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. Refer Ss to the model dialogue in Ex.2 and the
phrases to help them in their role-playing.
. Go through the plan and tell Ss to use it as a
guide in their role playing.
. ln closed pairs, Ss role-play the dialogue.
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Anything else?
That's t5.1 5, please.
Here's your change'
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. Allow Ss two minutes to do the task.
. Elicit synonymous phrases in the dialogue from
various
Ss
and check.
Answer Key
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front of the class.
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Can I have a coffee, please?
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Ex. 4b
I would tike to v¡sit the Mall of America. I often go shopping
and I tike to see new things. At this moll I can watch a film,
ride a roller coaster and even see sharks. I can shop at over
520 different stores and eat delicious snocks at the food
court. I can't wait!fl wouldn't |¡ke to v¡sit this mall. I think
you can get lost easily and with so many stores I thínk you
would have trouble finding the store you wanL People in
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my city often shop at the Golden Mall. They like to go
shopping there because they can find everything in one
location.The mall also has a cinema and a food court.
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to go shopping there because they can find everything in
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usually eat/drink? Do you buy any of these
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your partner is a snack bar cashier. Order
something to eat and drink. Use the menu
in Ex. 1 to act out your dialogue. Follow the
plan.
Find sentences in the dialogue which mean:
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write the name of the
market, Chichi or Chatuchak.
b)
Are there any street markets in your
area? Which are market days? Which of
the items in Ex. 1 can you find there? Tell
1 People don't wear their everyday
clothes there.
the class.
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-€ you
are at a street market. What are you
doing? Who else is with you? What can you
see? What are the people around you doing?
How do you feel? Tell the class.
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two different markets.
Where is each one? What products do
you think you can find there?
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drink made from
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shopping for fruit & vegetables.
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with me. I can see stails futÍóf pinropp,iár,
bananas and
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and elicit
answers to the questions in
the
rubric.
play the recording.
Ss listen aná read the
texts to check their answers.
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shoes,
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and complete the task.
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check.
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to practise new vocabulary
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Ss,answers.
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Ss
two minutes to write ttl"¡ir"nt"n..r.
to read their sentenc., in'.furr.
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Answer Key
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can find ctothes,
tools, an.imors and pottery there.
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Thaitand. t think you can find
meat & riri,
antiques,
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Answer Key
to Ae
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their native longuoge
to
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path, map
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shopping here.
use
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cutting, digging or making
sth
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close their eyes
and imagine they are at a street
martet.
The first market is in Guatemata.
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communicote
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.
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speak their language (phr):
Suggested Answer Key
I
words.
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and ÁLat A ¡ish there.
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explain the meanings of any
Suggested Answer Key
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information
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. Refer Ss the pictures and play the
recording.
Ss listen !and repeat.
. Elicit the meaning of unknown
flowerc, pottery áná-iru rnrn.
2
3
4_
5
6
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The locals wear
traditionat
costumes at the Chichi
Market.
You must follow a mop
ot the Chatuchak Morket.
You can eatfried insects
atthe Chatuchak Market.
l.t's easy to
get
lost at the Chotuchok Mtri;;."
food stail at the Cnoturioi
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drink pineappte juice.
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and write them on the board.
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n ca
.
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Ss a few minutes to write about which
market they would like to visit and why.
lnvite
Ss
to read their sentences to the
class
and check.
Answer Key
Suggested Answer Key
find all sorts of things like clothes, tools, animals
and pottery as well as fruits and vegetables.
You must follow a map when you walk around because
the market has got 15,000 stalls and it's easy to get lost!
You can find everything here: clothes, books, antiques,
jewellery, shoes, flowers, pottery, pets, ond many other
things.
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You can
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.
the task.
Allow
Ss
two minutes to complete the task.
Check Ss' answers.
You
You
mustn't/can't ride through the stalls.
can eat fried insects there.
must throw empty cans in the bins.
You can have lunch there.
You
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..
tity ,n.
recording.
Ss
complete the task.
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to check Ss' answers.
Answer Key
A Sonya wants to buy flowers/yellow tulips.
B Peter wants to buy a drinWpineapple juice.
C George wants to buy jewellery/a ring.
D Alfred wqnts to buy a piece of pottery/a pot.
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.
using the guldelines from the rubric.
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the
want to visit the Chichi Morket. I think it is very
colourful. I can see people in traditional costumes. I can
find clothes, tools, ond pottery there. I can eat tortillas
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. Read the example aloud and check Ss understand
is
very interesting. I can find everything there because it has
got I 5,000 stalls. I can taste the fried insects and shop for
souvenirs for my friends.
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casuol clothes and workers are selling meatballs on sticks
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It's possible to eat fried insects there.
El
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exchanges at the Chatuchak
Weekend Market. What does
each person want to buy?
Read the theory. Find examples in the postcards in Ex.3.
It isn't allowed to ride through the stalls.
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describe it to the class, Talk
about: place, people,
clothes, activities, feelings.
b) @whichofthe
two markets in Ex. 3 do you
want to visit? Why? ln
three minutes, write a few
sentences about it. Read
your sentences to the class.
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text and write the countries:
Japan, the UK or Poland.
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Ask Ss which of the foods and drinks they
.
like and don't like.
Have 5s complete the task, referring them to
if
p.47
they need
to review adverbs
of
freq uency.
Check Ss' answers around the classroom.
.
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onions
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answers
the topic
to the questions in the rubric
'.ti various 5s in the
from
.
cherries
class.
Play recording. Ss listen and follow along to
check their answers.
Suggested Answer Key
For breokfast, I usually have bread and butter with coffee.
I
think this is a typical breakfast in many countries.
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b) ffig{ryeiTo read for specific information
. Elicit/Explain the meaning of the words in
the
Check fh ese words box.
Suggested Answer Key
traditional (odj): having existed/been done for a long
time in a particular country/place
includes (v): contains, involves
steamed (odj): cooked by water vapour
good monners (n): politeness
important (adj): having great significance
fried (odj): cooked in hot oil
todst (n): bread that is lightly browned
breakfost spread (n): a table of different food; a buffet
scrombled eggs (n): eggs that are mixed in o bowl and
then cooked in a pan
sliced (adj): cut in thin flat pieces
availdble (adj): ready for use
.
.
Explain the task to Ss and give them t¡me to
reread the text and complete the task.
Check answers on the board.
Answer Key
1 Japan
2
the
uK
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4 Japan
5
Poland
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Hold up a piece of fruit, or any other countable
object.
(one)'
As-k how many of the object you have got
again'
ask
and
object
the
of
Hold up three
On the board write: How many apples have I got?
Three.
.
Hold up a bottle of water and ask' How much
water have t got? lf Ss answer one, remind them
that you dián't ask how many bottles' but how
much water (a tittle, a lot, some, not much, too much) '
Write the sentence and answers on the board'
Explain to Ss that with countable things, you
ask, How many? And with uncountable things'
like Iiquids, You ask, How much?
Direct Ss attention to the theory box and read
.
.
through it
.
Give
is time to find examples in the text
and
Answer Key
lJncountable nouns: soup, rice, fish, tea, bacon, toast'
butter, cereol, bread, meat, cheese, milk, yoghurt' coffee
Countoble nouns: vegetable, eggs, mushrooms, sausoges'
tomatoes, boked beans
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practise identifying countable and
uncountable nouns
L&ñS]t"
Explain the task to Ss and give them time to
comPlete it.
Check answers around the classroom'
.
s l.-$ffilro practise using quantifiers
.
Explain the task
comPlete it.
.
to Ss and
give them t¡me to
Have Ss check answers with a partner and then
check answers on the board.
Answer Key
3
2 How much, little 4
1 a few
too much
a few
5
How manY,
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tomorrow to show that the event will happen
tomorrow, at an unspecified time'
Ask Ss: Are you going to do your homework? Wrile
it on the board and mark the timeline to show
that you mean any time in the near future'
tastly, wrile'. |m not going to go swimming' Mark
the úmeline again to show that we are talking
about the near future.
Explain to Ss that we use begoing to.when we
are talking about something we are planning to
do in the future.
practise begoingto
Draw 5s' attention to the theory box and read
through it as 5s follow along'
Explain the task to Ss and give them time to
comPlete it'
Check answers around the classroom'
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.
.
.
practise begoingto
answering questions with various Ss'
the room to monitor language used'
Walk
.
"rounO
Answer KeY
A: Are you going to visit the aquarium?
B: Yes, I am./No, l'm not.
A: Are you going to do You homework?
B: Yes, I am./No, l'm not.
A: AreYou going to cook
B: Yes, I am./No, l'm not.
A:
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Elicit from Ss how to form the interrogative form
of begoing fo if they are asking a friend (Areyou
goinglo+Zookchicken)' Write this on the board'
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and move around the room, asking and
as Ss follow along.
check answers on the board'
.
structures in their
(Ss'own answers)
nouns and quantifiers
.
.
.
if there are similar
lang uage.
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A: Are you going to booktíckets for the theatre?
B: Yes, I am./No, I'm not.
A: Are you going to shoP for clothes?
B: Yes, I am./No' l'm not.
A: Are you go¡ng to buy a birthday present?
B: Yes, lam./No, I'm not'
A: Areyou goingto go hiking?
B: Yes, I am./No' I'm not.
A: Are you going to have dinner with friends?
B: Yes, I am./No' I'm not'
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A: AreYou goingto make
B: Yes, I am,/No, I'm not.
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be going to
.
.
.
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comPlete
to
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5s and give them time to
it'
Alteinatively, this may be assigned as HW'
Have various Ss read their responses to the class'
Answer KeY
This Saturday, I'm going to hang out w¡th my friends at
the beach. Then we are going to watch a DVD at my
house. I'm also going to buy a present for my grandma at
the mall' On Sunday I'm not going to meet my friends' lt's
my grondma's birthday, so l'm going to visit her' We're
góiig to cook a big meal and my mum and I are going to
bake a chocolate cake too.
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.
.
¡iural forms.
,
twoapptes
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a
lot of oranges.
How many oranges do you
.?
How much milk da you drink?
than
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of oranges
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pasta
pasta. l'm not going to eat pasta.
to eat He/She/lt isn't going to eat
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going to
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lots of milk
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Iittle
milk
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2 some chicken U
3 some milk U
4 some carrots C
5 some rice U
1
2
3
4
5
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to eat
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.
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,
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brackets. Use the affirmative or negative of
P
(be) going to.
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Next Sunday we are going to visit (visit) the
Real Food Festival.
i
Joanna isn't going
FI
to buy (not/buy) any apples
today.
The girls are going to have (have) a birthday
party next weekend.
4
5
6 some potatoes C
7 some peppers C
8 some beans C
9 an apple C
10
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, We use be going to to talk about plans and intentions in
, the future. What are you going to do tomorrow?
, Time expressions: tomorrow, next week/month/year, etc.
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C (Countable) or U (Uncountable).
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much
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too many
(more than
too
ru"f
pasta.
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I ls heAhe/it going to eat pasta?
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drink a lot sf nilk,
.
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.
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.
uncoJltable nouns are nouns we
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B: There's too many/too much milk in it.
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B: Greatl We can make a cherry pie.
A: How much/How many peppers are there?
B: There are too many/lots of. Don't buy any.
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goingto do this weekend. Use these ideas,
You can use your own ideas as well.
¡ visit the aquarium . do homework . cook
chicken o play the guitar . book tickets for
theatre . shop for clothes . buy a birthday
present . go hiking . have dinner with friends
A: Can I have a few/a little onions, please?
B: OK. Anything else?
A: How much/How many cheese do we need?
B: Very few/little.
A: Here's your coffee.
Mum is going to cook (cook) pasta for lunch.
They aren't going to eat (not/eat) pizza tonight.
.
make a cake
A:
Are
B:
Yes, I
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you going to visit the aquarium?
om./No, I'm not,
Write six sentences about what you are
going to do and what you aren't going to
do this weekend.
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of information:
is missing in each gap?
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food, fun
crown the queen
paint their faces
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place in picture
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You and your friend are at the town
carnival. Use the phrases in Ex. 1, your own
ideas and the language in the table to act
out exchanges, as in the example.
-1.,
Suggesting
¡ Let's ... .
¡
. Shallwe... ?
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. Do you feel like .
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time to complete the task.
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.
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to
read the example exchange
aloud.
ln closed pairs, Ss role play exchanges using the
language from the table and vocabulary from
.
.
Ex. 1.
Monitor the activity and assist if necessary.
lnvite a few pairs to act out their exchanges
to picture F and explain the task.
time to complete the task.
Ask Ss to read their descriptions and check.
Refer Ss
Suggested Answer Key
Allow
A: Shall we watch them crown the queen?
B: That sounds good.
A: Do you feel like watching the fíreworks display?
B: Great ideo!
Ss
Suggested Answer Key
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Read through the language in the table and
check that Ss understand the task.
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Check Ss' answers on the board.
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and dance ond sing around them. (bonfires)
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time to complete the task.
Elicit answers in class and check.
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Ss
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Jaipur, lndia is a large city in the northeast of the
country. lt is also known as the Pink City. 3.2
million people live there and it is a major business
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read for specific information
Ask 5s to read the list (1-8).
Ss read the postcard again and complete the
task.
Check Ss' answers in class. Ask Ss to give evidence
from the text.
Answer Key
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2
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(lt's hot and sunny)
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objects in a sentence and go after the verb.
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same way. (e.g. Look ot him. He's a student. Look
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Ask Ss to read the plan.
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they have learned in the module and the model
postcard from Ex. 1 as an example when writing
their postcards.
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assign the task as HW.
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Internationol Street Art Festival, Sztuka Ulicy, is taking
place now. People celebrate it every year in July. There are
street performers, art installatíons and live music all over
the city! There are also circuses and dance performances
going on. At the moment, we are watching a mon
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plan.
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read for gist
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class.
Warm temperatures and lots of rain charocterise the
tropical rqinforest climate. lt rains over 1,800 mm a
year. Countries near the equotor have a tropical
rainforest climate. There is no dry season ond the overage
temperoture is 30"C every day.
The Mediterranean climote is hot ond dry in summer.
The winters are cool and roiny. Countries around the
Mediterranean Sea, parts of California, IJSA, western and
southern Australia, southwest South Africa ond central
Chile have a Mediterranean climate.
complete the task individually.
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reach (v): to extend to, to arrive at
shine (v): to give off light
midnight sun (phr): the sun above the hoilzon at l2 at
night in the arctic or ontarctic summer
dark (adj): hoving no light
drop (v): to fall, to go down quickty
survive (v): to continue to live in extreme conditions
dry (ddj): (of the weather) having no or very little rain
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which water freezes and turns to ice)
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survive
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module
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6
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bus'
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follow'
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the way to
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Pueblo.
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at the Mall of
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city'
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climate'
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4 Many people dance atiin the Rio Carnival.
5 Let's go on/at a tour around the city.
6 I'm tired for/of walking. Let's go for a coffee.
7 There are lots of souvenirs to choose ofifrom.
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the list. Each correct sentence gets one
point. The team with the most points wins.
. traditional
now.
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cold and windy.
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for matching information
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A: Will the department store be open at weekends?
B: Only on Saturday.
A: Willit cost anything to park?
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The recording is about the weather
in the speakers'
countries.
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the recording. Ss l¡sten and
mark
answers, then compare with their partner.
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title of the module Life in the past and ask
to suggest what they think it means (lifestyles a
long time ago). Go through the contents list and
stimulate a discussion on what 5s will learn in the
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present vocabulary for places
Draw Ss' attention to the pictures and the words in
of
the box. Explain/Elicit the
meanings
unknown words. Elicit what
can/can't see in the
Ss
any
pictures.
Suggested Answer Key
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theotre, a beach, a gymt a librory, a fast food restourant,
an opera house, an aquarium or a supermarket.
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listen for specific information
Explain the task. 5s listen and circle the correct
words.
Check Ss' answers.
Answer Key
2
1 zoo
theatre
3
home
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personalise the topic
Ask Ss to think about where they were yesterday
afternoon and tell their partner. Ask various Ss to
report to the class.
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cf regular/irregular verbs
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was/were + personal pronoun in
questions and Yes + personal pronoun + was/were in
the affirmative,
positive short answers in the past simple of the
verb 'fo be'. We form the negative wilh personal
pronoun +wasn't/weren'f and negative short answers
with No + personal pronoun + wasn't/ weren't. Go
through the table and read out all persons. Elicit
answers to fill in the gaps in the table.
Answer Key
1 was
3
2 Were
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3
wasn't
the past simple of the verb
'to be'
.
Explain the task. Allow Ss time
task.
Check Ss' answers.
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to complete the
Answer Key
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2 was 5 were 8
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the past simple
of the verb'to be'
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Direct Ss' attention to the pictures. Tell them
that they are of places that were on Kingsley
Street 50 years ago.
Ask Ss to tell their partner what there wos/wosn't
on Kingsley Street 50 years ago.
Ask 5s to use the vocabulary from Ex.1.
Monitor the activity around the classroom. Ask
various pairs to report back to the class.
Suggested Answer Key
There was a grocer's on Kingsley Street 50 years aqo.
There wasn't a supermarket.
There was a clothes shop on Kngsley Street 50 years ago.
There wasn't a department store.
There was a café on Kingsley Street 50 years ago. There
wasn't a hotel.
There was a baker's on Kingsley Street 50 years ago. There
wasn't a restaurant.
There was a bookshop on Kingsley Street 50 years o9o.
There wasn't a hospital.
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Explain the task and allow Ss time to complete it.
Remind Ss to refer to the text for the information
to help them. Then check Ss' answers around the
i;i;r;í
Direct Ss' attention to the title and picture.
Elicit what Ss know about the citY.
Play the recording. Ss listen and follow the text
in their books.
.
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the meaning of the words from
Check these words
box.
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2 was
3 weren't
ancient (adj): belonging to
a
period in history a long time
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region (n): area
officials (n): people who hold
a
position of authority in a
government
watchtowers (n): high buildings that g¡ve people a good
view of the orea around the place they guard
temple (n): a place of worship
workshop (n): factory
pottery (n): ceramics
mud (n): a mixture of earth and water
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complete it.
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Troy was an ancient city in northwestern Turkey.
In the 12th century BC it was the scene of the Troian War.
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class.
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what life was like in the city, and then ask various
Ss to read their sentences to the class.
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Allow Ss three minutes to write about Troy and
Troy was a beautiful and busy city. lt had many buildings
ond narrow streets. There was a temple and thick stone
walls. It had workshops and o Iarge marketplace.
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full
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tr
that we form the past simple
of to have wilh personal pronoun/
affirmative
noun + had, the negative with personal pronoun/
noun + didn't have and questions with Did +
in all persons.
are formed with Yes/No +
personal pronoun/noun + have
Short answers
.
personal pronoun + did/ didn't.
Ask Ss to read the table and elicit examples
from the text.
Answer Key
... had thick stone walls ...
... had small mud houses ...
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NEGATIVE
, You/He, etc had a bike at the l/you/He,
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car.
etc
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text to find out.
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boats.
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travel by plane.
1 They were farmers.
2 They fished on the River Nile.
3 They played football.
4 Only boys attended school.
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text to complete the sentences
with had, didn't hove, could or couldn,t.
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1 play football
2 swim
3 read
The ancient Romsns could
4 write
5
play the piano ......
6
ride bikes
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5 phrases
in Ex. 4 to ask and answer questions.
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L1 equivalents from various Ss around the class.
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for specific information
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read out the sentences and elicit whether Ss
think they are true or false and tell Ss to write f
for true and F for false.
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in their books to check their answers.
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using questions and short answers.
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ask some pairs to ask and answer in front of the
c la
ss.
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A: Could you swim at the age of six?
B: Yes, I could./No, I couldn't.
A: Could you read at the age of six?
B: Yes, I could./No, I couldn't.
A: Could you write at the age of six?
B: Yes, I could./No, I couldn't.
A: Could you play the piano at the age of six?
B: Yes, I could./No, I couldn't.
A: Could you ride a bike at the age of six?
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and complete the exercise.
Check Ss' answers.
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example. Check Ss' answers.
Answer Key
1
2
3
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We form questions in the simple past with Did + personal
pronoun/noun + base form of the verb. We answer in the
short form with Yes/No + personal pronoun + did/didn't'
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(aifirmative/negative) for regular verbs
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b)
the past simple affirmative and negative of
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regular verbs.
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Refer Ss back to the text in Ex. 2. Ss work in
Answer Key
We form the affirmotive by adding -ed to the main verb
and we form the negative with noun/pronoun + didn't +
base form of the moin verb.
To practise questions in the past simple
pairs to complete the task. Monitor the
activity around the classroom.
Ask various pairs to ask and answer in front
of the class.
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past simple for regular verbs
Answer Key
A: Didtheyworkasfarmers? A:
B: Yes,they did.
A: Did they fish on the riverT B:
A:
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A: Did they sail boats?
B: Yes,they did.
A: Did they play music? B:
B: Yes,they did.
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spelling rules of the past simple for regular
verbs. Elicit examples from the text.
Answer Key
-ed: worked, hunted, fished, transported, played, attended;
e+-d:live,rule; ¿r+-ied:studied
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play footboll?
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didn't.
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Egyptian girls
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work in pairs to tell each other about the
Explain the task.
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(aff i rmative/negative)
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Ss comPlete the task.
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the class.
to read out the answers to
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No.They didn't work as sailors'They worked as traders'
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No.They didn't design aeroplanes.They designed ships'
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ancient Egyptians using the pictures'
Monitor the activity around the classroom. Ask
various pairs to report back to the class.
... River Nile. Pharaohs ruled the people. The Egyptians
didn't discover China' He discovered
Greenland.
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present the paSt simple
(interrogative and short answers)
Go through the table and elicit how we form
questions and short answers in the past simple
for regular verbs.
transported goods and físhed on the river' They lived in
small houses. They coutd build pyramids' They played
boord games and music.
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Ss
books. Tell them to use the key phrase theAztecs.
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their quiz. Alternatively, assign the task as HW.
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report back to the
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practise the past simple (affirmative)
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verbs in the list and write on the board,
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affirmative/negative of the
discover, trovel, design,
play
post simple?
lo complete
the sentences.
AFFIRMATIVE
l/You/He, etc ployed tennis/swam yesterday.
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l,Uou/He, etc didn't play tennts/didn't swim yesterday.
INTERROGATIVE
Did l/you/he, etc play tennis/swim yesterdayT
1
2
3
4
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l/youfhe, etc did./No t/Vou/he,
Yes,
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didn't.
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cefaln time in the past,
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lrregular verbs have irregular past forms.
The Vikings lived in Scandinavia.
They worked as traders.
They travelled to England in the 8th century.
They designed ships to sail fast.
5 Erikthe Red discovered Greenland in 981 AD.
See list at the
6
They played games, music and spotls.
back of the book.
b)
Time expressions: last week/month/ year, etc, a
week/two days ago, yesterday afternoon/evening, etc.
Correct the sentences.
The Vikings lived in Africa. No.TheVikings didn't
b)
live in Africo.They lived in Scandinavia.
Read the theory box. Find examples in
the text.
rules
started
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verb ending in consonant + -{+ 'ied'-'t
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verb + -ed
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8 stop - stoPPed
9 travel - travelled
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discover
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discovered
live on boats?
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verbs below.
O listen and tick (/) the correct boxes.
Listen aga¡n and repeat.
- arrived
exist - existed
play - played
design - designed
ask - asked
hurry - hurried
the phrases to ask and answer
questions about the ancient Egyptians.
Use
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travelled
arrive
Read the table. How do we form the
interrogative form of the post s¡mple?
1
Pronunciation: /t/, /d/, Adl
c)
the Red discovered China in 981 AD.
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verb ending in one stressed vowel between
consonants double the last consonant + -ed
travel
2
attend school?
A:
Did they live on boats?
B:
No, they didn't.
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the pictures on p. 82 to tell your
partner about the ancient Egyptians.
Use
The oncient Egyptians lived along the banks of the ...
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information about the
Aztecs. Write six T/F statements about
them. Exchange with another group. You
can do some research on the lnternet using
these key words: the Aztecs,
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bands, like The Beatles and The RollingStones, on the new radio
station, BBC Radio 1. Young people also enjoyed
dancing in the '60s. They wore the latest fashions
at the dance halls and danced all night long.
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The I 960s fashion fads were cheap and colourful.
Teenagers made their own clothes. Girls wore short
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mini skirts and tall boots. A lot of people were shocked
when
long hair became fashionable for boys. The colourlul,
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people had a television at home in
the '60s. Programmes likeTop
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which shoued lire pop music.
were the
gaze.ln 1969, families
all
over the UK watched Neil Armstrong
walk on the moon!
crazy about, band, radio
station, latest fashion,
dance hall, fad, shocked,
fashionable, floral print,
hippy style, popular, big
hit, craze, moon
What do the pictures tell us about life in
the 1960s?
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their defin itions: enthusiostic
about, very surprised, foshion, most
Read the
text and complete the sentences.
1 ln the I960s, teenagers listened to ...............,.,
2 Their favourite music bands were ......,...
3 They liked dancing at............
4 The girls wore
5 The boys wore their hair
6 ln the 1960s, most homes had a ......,..
7 Top of the Pops showed
8 ln 1969 Neil Armstrong
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the 1960s were like in the UK.
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about it. Write about: music, dlnce, foshion,
fllms and IV. Tell your partner.
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question in the rubric from various Ss
around the classroom.
pictures tell us that back in the 1 960s, the British had
and that man londed on the moon.They also show us
that the British listened to The Beotles and dressed in
colourful clothes,
shocked: very
4
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; il;, ss' attention to the pictures. Allow ss
time to write notes about the '60s.
. Ask various Ss to tell the class about the '60s
follow the text
... rock
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using their notes.
Suggested Answer Key
music./rock and roll bonds
... The Beotles and The Rolling Sfones.
... They loved The Beatles ond The Rolling Stones, Boys
hod leather jackets and jeans and girls had mini skirts
and boots. The'hippy style'was populan too, People had
.., dance halls,
... miniskirts and boots.
...long.
televisions ond they watched Neil Armstrong walk on the
moon in 1969.
,.. television,
...live pop music,
... walked on the moon.
Ask Ss to explain/elicit the meaning of the
words from the Check these words box.
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Answer Key
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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in their books to check their answers.
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hits: successes
qaze: foshion
sentences.
Play the recording. Ss listen and
Check Ss' answers,
crazy about: enthusiostic about
latest: most recent
The
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To introduce new vocabulary
Answer Key
TVs
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the task. 5s complete it.
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crazy (about) (adj): very fond of
band (n): a group of musicions who perform together
rodio station (n): a channel on the radio
Iatest fashion (phr): most recent clothing trend
dance hall (n): a place where people go to dance
fod (n): a short-lived trend
shocked (adj) : sur p ri sed
fashionable (adj): being in style
ftoral print (n): fabric with p¡ctures of flowers printed on
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hippy style (n): a style of clothing from the 1960s youth
movement that includes bell-bottom pants, tie-dyed
T-shirts, beads and colourful clothing
popular (odj): liked by many PeoPle
big hit (phr): a big success
craze (n): a fad
moon (n): a celestial body that orbits the earth
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; ;ii;* Ss three minutes to write their sentences.
Monitor the activity around the class.
. Ss tell their partner. Ask various Ss to report
back to the class.
Suggested Answer Key
UK, young people l¡stened to music on
BBC Radio One. Today in my country, we have MP3
players. The fashion is olso different. ln the '60s in the UK
the 'hippy' style was popular, but todoy in my country,
most people wear jeans and less colourful clothes. ln the
'60s, in the lJK, they liked going to cinemos to watch films.
Today, in my country, people still go to the cinema, but
they also watch DVDs at home or films on the lnternet.
ln the '60s in the
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individually,
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Ss
did as children.
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I ployed outside all day. I walked the dog. I didn't have
fancy dress parties. I didn't deliver newspapers. I helped
my porents with the chores.
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intonation of situational language
Play the recording. Ss listen and repeat chorally
or individually, Pay attention to Ss' pronunciation
and intonation.
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information
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.
Read out the question in the rubric.
Play the recording. Ss listen and follow the
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dialogue in their books.
Elicit answers from Ss around the classroom.
Paullived in
a
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their synonyms.
. Elicit the synonymous phrases from Ss around
your childhood home near here?
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around here when you were a child, PaulT
What was that like? - Did you like it?
Do you wish you could go bock sometimes?
allthot?
I think you enjoyed your time there.
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B: No, I lived in the countryside.
A: Did you like it7
B: Yes, I did. I used to play outside all day long.
A: That sounds great.
B: Yes, it was. What about youT
A: I lived in a smalltown by the seo.
B: How was that? Was it boring?
class.
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the
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smalltown by the seo.
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Explain the task. Remind Ss that they can use
the dialogue in Ex. 2 as a model.
Ss complete the task in pairs following the plan
and answering about themselves. Monitor the
activity around the class, Ask various pairs to
act out their dialogue in front of the class.
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a child, Paul?
No, I didn't. I lived in a small town by
Angie:
Paul:
Angie:
Paul:
Angie:
Paul:
Angie:
the sea,
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Yes, I did, After school, I delivered
newspapers and walked the dog on the
beach. At weekends, I played basketball
with my friends.
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Yes, it was great. What about You?
I lived on a farm.
How was that? Was
it boring?
I helped my parents with
chores after school. Sometimes, I milked
No, not at all,
the cows. At weekends, I had picnics with
my friends and played outside all day long.
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Angie:
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idea. Then look for words related to
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Itwas24th Ju\y,1911,
Hirom Binghom, on American
archaeologist, wos in the Andes
Mountoins in Peru. Suddenly he saw walls
of
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park.
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It had running water and water fountains. All the buildings were very
strong. Even earthquakes didn't destroy them!
things'
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the
also good farmers. They constructed terraced fields around
city and they grew potatoes, corn and cocoa'
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people lived there. Then, one day, they left,
and no one reallY knows whY.
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interest in the text
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picture. Ask what they know about this place.
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Elicit a variety of questions and write two of
them on the board.
Suggested Answer Key
Machu Picchu is an ancient Inca city in the Andes in Peru.
I would like to know: Who built it? How many people lived
there?
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and read for specific
information
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their books to see if their questions are answered.
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The lncas built it.
Hundreds of people lived there.
Peru is a country in wistern South America. The
capital city is Lima and the population is 29
million people. The people speak Spanish. lt has a
rich history that includes the lnca civilisation.
The Andes Mountains are the world's longest
mountain range. lt is over 7,000 km long and 200700 km wide. The highest point is Aconcagua at
6,962 m above sea level.
Hiram Bingham (1875'1956) was an American
explorer. He was born in Hawaii and he studied at
Yale and Harvard universities. He was a lecturer at
Yale when he visited Peru and rediscovered
Machu Picchu in 1911.
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task. Remind Ss that one of the headings
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construct (v): build
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There was running water and fountdins in Machu Picchu'
There were storsge rooms in Machu Picchu.
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opposites
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3 A: Hiram Bingham discovered MachuPicchu in 1912.
B: Wrong! He discovered Machu Picchu in 191
4 A: The Incas lived there.
B: Correct! TheY did live there.
5 A: Earthquakes destroyed the buildings.
B: Wrong! Eorthquakes didn't destroy them.
6 A: Many buildings survived'
B: Correct! Many buildings survived'
7 A: Farmersconstructedterracedfields.
B: Correct! They constructed terraced fields.
8 A: Incas were clever PeoPIe'
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B: The Incas built Machu Picchu in 1436.
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. Check Ss' answers and elicit the L'l equivalents.
read the text again and ask
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them to use
about Machu Picchu'
. Check Ss' answers around the class.
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the text.
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A: Where did Hiram Bingham travel
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sentences about Machu Picchu.
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prince? o Polish soldier &
politicion? an English admiral?
an ltalian explorer? o Russion tsar?
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pictures.
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about the people in the pictures.
Give Ss time to complete the task and check
answers.
Answer Key
Lord Nelson was an English odmirol,
Christopher Columbus was an ltalian explorer.
Napoleon Bonaparte was a French military leader.
Vlad the lmpaler was a Romanian prince.
lvan the Terrible wos a Russian tsar.
Blackbeord wos an English pirate.
Casimir Pulaski was born in Warsaw, Poland in
1745. He fought
for
Poland against Russian
ln 1777, he
moved to Philadelphia, USA, to help the colonies
fight for their freedom from England in the
American Revolution. He was named head of the
interference alongside his father.
cavalry by George Washington and he was known
as a great military leader. He died in 1779 after
being wounded in battle.
Lord Nelson was a British naval commander. He
was born in 1758 and died in'1805. He led Britain
in many victories, notably defeating the French
during the Napoleonic wars.
Christopher Columbus was a famous navigator. He
was born in Genoa in 1451 and died in 1506. ln
1492, he was sponsored by the King and Queen of
Spain to make four westward sea voyages in search
of a new trading route to Asia. lnstead, he landed in
what is now the Bahamas in the Caribbean Sea. At
the time, Europeans didn't know that the American
continents existed. Nevertheless, Columbus died
believing that he had travelled to Asia.
Napoleon Bonaparte was a great French military
leader. He was born in 1769 in Corsica. He led many
successful military victories in his lifetime, and
famously crowned himself Emperor of France in
1804. After his failed attempt to invade Russia, he
went into exile in 1814. ln 1815 he led the French
troops again, but was defeated by the British at
Waterloo. He spent the rest of his life in prison on
the island of St Helena and died in 1821.
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Transylvania in 1431. His father, Vlad ll Dracul,
was killed by people who supported the Ottoman
sultan. Vlad
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trying to win back his father's seat as the leader
of the Walachia principality. He was known for
means the son of Dracul
impaling his enemies and leaving them on stakes
scare others off. He eventually regained his
seat in 1476 but died in battle the same year.
lvan the Terrible was born in 1530. As heir, he
succeeded to the throne when he was only three
to
years old. When he was '16 he had himself
crowned Tsar. He married Anastasia, who was a
member of the aristocratic Romanov family. When
Anastasia died mysteriously in 1560, lvan believed
that members of the aristocracy (boyars) had
poisoned her. Many believe that it was at this
point that lvan became strict and merciless. He
tortured and killed many people who he believed
to be against him. He died in 1584.
Blackbeard was a British pirate born before 1690.
Some think his real name was Edward Teach. He
began working as a seaman on British government
ships in Jamaica. He joined a group of Caribbean
pirates who would invade ships at sea and steal
money, jewellery and goods. Later. he moved to
North Carolina and he continued to rob ships. He
called himself Blackbeard because he had a long
black beard. He was finally defeated and killed by
the Royal Navy, led by Robert Maynard, in 1718.
a)
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.
.
skim the text and answer the questions.
Play the recording. Ss listen and follow
along to check.
Ss
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Francis Drake died while sailing in the Coribbean,
I osked Drake to lead a voyage around the
world,
Elizabeth wanted Drake to help put English colonies in
the New World,
King Philip of Spain sent the Spanish Armada to attack
England, but Drake defeated it.
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various Ss to read sections of it aloud.
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past continuous
was/were + personal
pronoun + base form of the verb + -ing.
Explain that we use the past continuous for actions
happening at a certain time in the past, two or
more actions happening at the same time in the
past and to give background information in a story.
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was working, were building, was soiling off, was carrying,
planning, was sailing
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affirmative with personal pronoun + was/were +
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form of the past continuous with personal
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powerful one
found a colony (phr): to set up a colony
debt (n): money that is owed to sb
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mighty (odj): powerful
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navigator (n): a person who explores
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history because he
helped to defeot the Spanish Armada. He also helped to
make England richer and more powerful by terrorising
the Spanish and stealing treasures from other Iands.
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Florence Nightingate was born in Florence, naly
tZth
May, 1820. Her porents were both English. From an early
oge, she was interested in helping sick people. When she
was 22 years old, she began to visit hospitals. ln 1 851. , she
spent a few months training to become o nurse. During
this time, nursing was not considered a serious profession.
When the Crimean War broke out, Nightingale volunteered
to provide medical care for the British soldiers, She and a
group of nurses went to Crimea and were horrified by the
poor conditions that the injured soldiers were in. She was
able to raíse funds to provide for the soldiers who called
her 'The Lady of the Lamp'. After the wor, she was also able
to get Queen Victoria to fund a programme to train nurses.
She received many awards for her work, including the
Order of the Merit and the Secours oux Blessés Militaires.
She died in London on 13th August 1910.
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ship attacked them.
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weekends; C: like all types; D: hard to stay awake;
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Monitor the activity around the class. Then ask
various pairs to act out their dialogue in front
of the class.
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What did you do tost night?
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see'The A-Team'.lt's an action film with Liam Neeson and
Bradley Cooper.
The story is about a group of soldiers who get sent to
prison for something they didn't do. They escape and try
to find the real criminals. I loved this film because the
action scenes were brilliant and the plot kept you on the
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aloud. Tell Ss to use their answers and the plan
to write an email in rePlY.
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alternatively assign the task as HW. Ask various
Ss to read their emails to the class.
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write an informal email about a film
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your English pen-friend, 5ally, in which she
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of an email you received from *
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special effects were terrible and the music was dull.
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4 Who stars in it?
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fishermen. They had large
wooden houses. Seven
families could live in one
house. They had canoes for
fishing, hunting and trading.
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even wood to make their
winter clothes.
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Ss to close their eyes. Play the recording. Ss
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Ss
around
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homes
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around the classroom
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in their books.
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North Americo before the Europeans arrived there,
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arrive (v): reach/come to a place
continent (n): Iarge land mass (e.9. Asia, Africa, etc)
native tribe (n): a group of people with the same
Ianguage and customs who live in the country/area
where they were born
respect (v): to admire, think a lot of
wooden (ddj): made of wood
conoe (n): small narrow boat with a paddle
hunting (n): the act of chasing and killing animals for
food
trading (n): the act of buyng and selling or exchanging
goods
animal skin (n): the natural covering of an animol
sled (n): a wooden frame on two strips of metal for
travelling over snow
look after (phr v): to toke care of
protect (v): to keep from harm
buffalo (n): a large wild animalin the cattle family
horses
hunted,
tepees
for
food. They lived in houses made of earth ond wood and
they travelled on foot or by dogsled.
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American tribes
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.
Explain the task. Ask Ss
to look up information
on the lnternet using the keywords or
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complete the exercise.
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Answer Key
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on foot.
nrmeo.
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.
canoes
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encyclopaedias/other reference books.
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.
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work
and
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class in the next lesson.
to the
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The Kwakiutl people are inhabitants of the northern parts of
North America and believe that their ancestors arrived there
in the form of animals. lvlony of them died from diseoses
when they came into contact with Europeans in the 19th
century. Today, they are known as the Kwakwaka'wak and
most of them live onVancouver lsland in Canada.
inhobitants of the south-western parts of
the United States of America. Before the Europeans came
to Americo, the Navajo were hunters and gatherers. They
started forming and keeping sheep and goats after the
arrival of the Spanish Conquistodors.The Navaio fought
aga¡nst the Spanish and then the Americans until only a
few thousand of them were left.
The Cheyenne are a people of the Great Plains of North
America. At first the Cheyenne lived in the same place
but, because of difficult conditions, they started moving
around and sleeping in tepees. They storted using horses
when the Europeans imported them. Many Cheyenne
The Navajo are
died fighting the Americans ond about half of their
population died from disease in the middle of the 19th
century. The famous Battle of Little Bighorn, which took
place on 25-26 June 1876, involved the Cheyenne and
General Custer's army.
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It was the scene of the Troian war, one of the most
famous wars in historY.
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3
4 The Pharaohs
5 The Beatles and the Rolling Stones
6 He walked on the moon.
7 ln Peru
8 It means'old mountain'.
9 lt's in 3D.
10 They are tents mode of onimal skins.
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in
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select
their answers.
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consolidate vocabulary from
the
module
. Divide the class into teams. Ask the teams
in turn to make a
sentence using words
from the list.
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the sentence is incorrect then the team
.
.
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2 In which mountain range is Machu Picchu?
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animals.
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The Egyptians transported goods on the
I saw a science-fiction film at the cínemq last night.
Modern houses don't have very
Onty rich boys attended school in ancient Egypt
My parents grew pototoes in their garden'
thickwalls.
century.
must-see.
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The new action fitm is a
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Ancient Egyptian women looked ofter the children'
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Native Americans respected the environment'
The men protected their families'
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What did ancient Egyptian boys study? (Hieroglyphics)
What is the name of the river ancient Egyptians
transported goods along? (The River Nile)
Who built Machu Picchu? (The Incos)
When did Neil Armstrong walk on the moon? (ln 1969)
What fashion style was popular in 1968 in the UK?
(The hippy style)
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Inishmore is a beautiful little island off the west
coast of Ireland. At first, it seems exactly as it
1) was/were eighty years 2) ago/before, but in fact
it isn't.
Back then, only a few tourists 3) went/go to the
island. There 4) wasn't/weren't any ferry boats or
an airport in those days. Life was 5) thin/diflicult.
People didn't 6) have/had much money. They
7) lived/stayed in small stone cottages. They didn't
even have electricity or 8) moving/running water.
Inishmore is very 9) boring/busy today. There
10) are/were guesthouses, restaurants and a lot of
shops. People have got 11) ancient/modern houses
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people.
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8 What does 'Machu Picchu' mean?
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Hi Frankie,
How are you? I saw 'How to Train Your Dragon' with my
friends at the cinema last night and I wanted to tell you
about it. It's an animated adventure starring Jay Baruchel
and Gerard Butler.
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that attack the town where he lives every night. One
night, he hurts o drogon, but he can't kill it and they
become friends. I reolly loved this film because it was very
exciting. You should see it.
How was your weekend?
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to be a path and they all seem happy ond relaxed.
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weather is fine and sunny with a cleor blue sky. There is a
young mon on his own in the photograph. He's wearing a
pair of black trousers and a black shirt, together with
brown boots and sunglasses. He's driving a quad bike and
he seems to be very interested in this activity. He is
obviously concentrot¡ng on what he is doing and it is a
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Vocabulary: experiences, means of transport,
charity/volunteer activities, gestures & body
anguage, accidents & injuries, technology
Grammar: present perfect, present perfect vs past
srmple, yet, already, ever, never, iust, since, for, the
passive
Everyday English: volunteering/offering to help
Pronunciation: lpl , lt:./ , lel
Writing: a short story describing an experience
Culture Corner: VSO (Volunteering Overseas)
Curricular (Science): Mobile Phone Network
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Best wishes'
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Which of the activities in the pictures
do you think each writer has done?
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B, C or D to complete each statement.
1 Paul liked, more than anything,
A the city skyline. C the ferry ride.
B
swimming
with
D taking photographs,
dolphins.
2 Sarah thinks she will always remember
A the helicopter ride. C the camel ride.
B the river cruise. D the Pyramids.
3 James is spending most of his time
A climbing.
C walking.
D cycling.
B swimming.
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phrases to make sentences based on the
postcards,
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vocabulary for activities
of a region
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Direct Ss'attention to the pictures.
Play the recording with pauses for Ss to repeat
.
.
chorally.
Explain the task and give 5s time to complete it.
Check answers on the board.
coostline (n): area of land that runs parollel to the sea
ancient ruins (n): archaeological remoins of buildings
active volcdno (n): mountain with a hole at the top
which still octively erupts
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Answer Key
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complete the task.
Check answers around the classroom.
Answer Key
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information
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Give Ss a minute to scan the texts and to
answer the question in the rubric.
Elicit answers from various Ss.
Answer Key
Paul is in Perth, Australia. Sarah is in Egypt. James is in
2 D
3 A
(Paul made his dream come true by swimming
with the dolphins.)
(James will never forget visiting Sicily.)
(Paul went on a ferry ride to see Perth's city
skyline.)
4 C
(swimming with dolphins was the highlight of
5 B
the trip for Paul.)
(Sarah thinks that history comes to life in Egypt)
Sicily.
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b) : &,*.{&jTo predict the content of a text
.
.
Elicit answers to the question in the rubric.
Play the recording. Ss listen and follow along
to check.
Answer Key
Paul has taken a ferry ride and swum with dolphins.
Sarah has ridden a camel.
James has climbed a volcano.
Q
: kry
iffi-1-í{ffi.to read for specific information
.
.
Explain the task to Ss and give them time to
reread the text and answer the questions.
Check answers around the classroom.
Answer Key
1B
Elicit/Explain
2C
3D
the meaning of the words in
the
Checkthese words box
Suggested Answer Key
ferry ride (n): short tr¡p by boat across o river or a small
stretch of sea
skyline (n): outtine of buildings (usually in a city) silhouetted
against the horizon
make a dream come true (phr): make a wish become reality
clear (ddj): clean, transparent
highlight (n): most exciting part of sth
explore (v): travel around and learn about a place
desert (n): large piece of land without much water or
vegetation
river cruise (n): pleasure tr¡p on a boat down a river
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beach, etc). Have various Ss
they have been, making full sentences
learn the present perfect
Read through the table aloud as Ss
Explain
On the board write Diona has been to ltaly and
Diono has gone to ltaly. Ask Ss what the difference
is (have been means that the person has come
follow along.
to Ss that we can use the present
the full sentence on the board
un
don't know exactly when.
Tell Ss that we also use the present perfect to
talk about something that started in the past
and continues into the present.
On the board write Sam has lived in France for five
years. Ask Ss if Sam still lives in France (yes).
Draw another timeline showing that the event
started in the past and continues in the present.
Give Ss time to find examples in the text and
then check answers around the classroom.
.
Answer Key
l've been, I've already taken, I've also made, l've swum,
l've already been ,.. and taken, I've done, I've ridden, I've
seen ... and have gone, I've also climbed, Sicily has been
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worked, sleep
read - reod, swim - swum, see
eat - eaten, make - made
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seen, tell
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told, give - given,
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Explain the task to Ss and remind them that
the present perfect is formed with two
Ss time to complete the task.
Have Ss check answers with a partner and
then check answers around the classroom.
verbs. Give
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Explain the task
to
Ss and give them
time to
make sentences for the things they have done
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day.
Ss.
eaten breakfast. I have done my homework.
walked the dog. I haven't watched TV.
I haven't played football,
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been and hove gone
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and places
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countries
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While on holiday in Perth, Paul has taken a ferry ride and
swum with dolphins.
While on holiday in Egypt, Sarah has been sightseeing
and ridden a camel.
While on holidoy in Sicily, James has seen ancient ruins,
gone swimming and climbed Mount Etna.
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personalise the task
Have Ss answer the questions in the rubric
with a partner.
Give Ss time to write a few sentences.
Elicit answers from various Ss around the
Suggested Answer Key
I think James' holiday in Sicily is the most exciting. Apart
from seeing the ancient culture and enjoying the
beautiful beaches, he's been to Mount Etna. For me,
climbing a live volcano is really exciting!
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write a short email
Explain the task to Ss.
Remind Ss to include everything in the rubric.
Give Ss time to write their emails. Alternatively,
this may be assigned as HW.
Have 5s proofread each other's work before
turning it in.
Suggested Answer Key
Elicit answers from various
Suggested Answer Key
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classroom.
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practise forming the present perfect
.
.
they use full sentences.
Answer Key
gone, work
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to
Explain the task and give Ss time to complete
the table.
Elicit answers from various Ss. Make sure
@g*j. practise past participles
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complete the task and then
check answers around the classroom.
allowing them to look at their
Draw a timeline and explain to Ss that the
event happened sometime In the past, but we
iv e r sity/En
Give Ss time
down a mountain and elicit
Ss,
if
asked where they were. (He/She has gone to school/
(e.9. Kate has skied
books if necessary.
.
back and has gone means that they are still there).
Ask the Ss what their family would say
down a mountain).
Next write /
answers from
(e.9. /
have been to ltaly, Progue and the beach.)
perfect to talk about past experiences.
On the board, write ski down a mountain. Ask Ss
if any of them have ever done it. Say and write
o
tell the class where
HiTammy!
I'm having a wonderful time here in Santorini, Greece. l'm
staying at a small hotel. lt's a really beoutiful island and
there is so much to do! l've driven around most of
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every day and l've also tried scuba diving. It was
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to climb the volcano here! I'm so excited!
Bye for now,
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Which of these have you done
today? Write sentences.
. walk the dog ¡ do your homework
. watch 1y . play football . eat breakfast
Have beenlHave gone
Complete the sentences with: have/has been
or have/has gone,
A: Where are Lyn and Tim?
B: They have gone on a ferry ride.
I don't live in Liverpool. I have only been there
Present perfect (affirmative)
Read the table and find examples in the texts.
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actions which started in the past and continue up to
the present.
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He has lived here
(Ue still lives here
for
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ten years/since May";
Tina is alone in the house. Her parents have
gone on holiday.
A: ls Henry at home?
B: No, he has gone to work,
Craig wants me to go on holiday to Paris this
summer, but I have already been there.
Lisa has just come home. She has been at the
sports centre.
Speaking
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; Note: HehasgonetoLondon. (He is stillthere.)
: HehasbeentoEdinburgh. (He has come back.)
8 a)
Match the infinitives to the pastporticiples.
5
. go . work . sleep 'walk t read ' swim '
¡ tell . give r eat . make
see
Name
Place
Paul
Perth
Put the verbs in brackets into the
Ken and Paula have flown (fly) in a helicopter over
New York and say it is an amazing experience.
3 We have driven (drive) quad bikes on the
highlands in Scotland once and we loved it'
Tony has already ridden (already/ride) a camel
in the desert and would like to try riding
5
an
elephant through a jungle.
Phil's dad has travelled (travel) across Alaska
on a dog sled. He's a real adventurer'
- toke a ferry ride
swimwith dolphins
Sarah
Egypt
- be sightseeing
- ride a camel
James
Sicily
- see ancient ruins
- go swimming
present perfect,
and is planning to sail to lceland soon.
4
Activities
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- climb Mount Etna
1 Karen has sailed (sail) solo around Britain twice
2
Read the texts again and complete the
table. Use the table to say what each
person has done while on holidaY.
. eaten . worked . gone . told . ,au¿ r given
. Seen r walked . slept . made . Swum
6 a)
&Writing
b)
Which holiday do you think is the most
exciting? ln three minutes write a few
sentences. Tell the class.
lmagine you are on holidaY. Write a
short email to your English pen-friend.
Write:
. where you are . where you are staying
. what activities you have done
. how you like it
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was at Marble Arch and I decided to get on a London
bus. Seconds later, a bus anived. I was so excited; it
was an old-style, red, double-decker bus! lt was also a
number 7, my lucky number, so I jumped on board.
can you see in the photographs?
. tram . bOat . bUS . Car . Cable Car
. coach . lorry . helicopter . raft . van
. scooter . gondola . ship . taxi ¡ ferry
. train . bike . canoe
There were only two elderly ladies travelling; one smiled
at me, The bus went through a strange part of London.
There were very few cars around and all the streets,
houses and even the people looked old{ashioned. The
bus didn't stop anywhere. Ten minutes later we were
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back at the Marble Arch again. I got off the bus and went
to my hotel. The receptionist
gave me my room key.
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nice today?" she asked. I
told her about my tour on
the number 7 bus. She
looked surprised. "That's
very slrange," she said, "the
number 7 bus hasn't run since
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which experience
you
impressed
the most?
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What can Nick's blog be about?
O tisten and read to find out. What
means of transport does it mention?
Read the
text and mark the sentences
(true) or
F
ago.
4 The woman on the cable car was old.
5 John didn't see the woman.
Read the table and
find examples in the text.
l/You
He/She/lt
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travelled
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(false).
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2 The bus was full when Nick got on.
3 The number 7 bus stopped running years
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¡o present vocabulary for means of
transport
.
.
Direct Ss' attention to the pictures on p. 100.
Play the recording with pauses to allow Ss to
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Correct pronunciation when necessary.
Elicit from Ss answers to the question in the rubric.
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predict the content of a text
answers to the question in the rubric.
Play the recording. Ss listen and read along
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Nick's experience impressed me the most. The bus seemed
through a stronge old-fashioned part of town. Nick saw
the old ladies during the entire bus ride. Judy,s lady
:.iá*:ili{P.;+:To present the negative and
interrogative forms of the present perfect
.
.
.
.
Give Ss time
Explain
to read through the table.
to Ss that we use yef in the negative
form to indicate that we are planning to do the
activity someday,
Explain to Ss that we use ever in the question
form to ask if someone has done sth before
during their lifetime.
Give Ss time to find examples in the text.
Answer Key
Hove you been, hosn't run, Have you ever seen
Nick's blog is about stronge experiences while travetting.
a)
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Ss.
to check.
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the topic
moybe got off the caile car when Judy turned away.
The blog ment¡ons a bus, cars and o cable car.
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van/lorry
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric.
Ask Ss if any of them have or read blogs.
¡:ii:i¡3lr¡2,to
5T
Elicit answers to the questions in the rubric
from various
Internet.
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canoe
A blog is a kind of online diary.lt normalty gives a regular
occount of a person's experiences. you can see it on the
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boat/ferry
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repeat.
Answer Key
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To read for specific information
Elicit/Explain the meaning
Check these words box.
of the words in
lhe
Suggested Answer Key
weird (adj): stronge, uncanny
on board (ph|: inside/on (a plane, ship, train, etc,)
elderly (adj): not young, past middle age
old-fashioned (adj): not modern, from a long time ago
get off the bus (ph\: get out of/leave the bus
ghost (n): the spirit of a dead person
wear my hoir in o bun (phr): tw¡st my hair into o round
ball fastened at the back of the head
bouquet (n): bunch of flowers
lost in thought (phr): not paying attention to your
surroundings because you are thinking of sth else
puzzled look (phr): confused expression
.
.
.
Have Ss read through the questions to be
answered.
Give Ss time to reread the text and complete
the task.
Check Ss' answers around the classroom.
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. Explain the task to Ss and give them time to
complete it.
.
Check answers around the classroom.
Answer Key
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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Hove you ever ridden . .. hove flown
has never been... has been
Have you done, have swum/have climbed
practise using the negative and
.
.
with their partners.
.
Answer Key
3
4
5
6
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Haveyour parents ever travelled to ían Francisco?
Yes, they have./No, they haven't.
Haveyou ever ridden a scooter?
Yes, I have./No, I haven't,
Has your teacher ever seen a ghost?
Yes, he/she has./No, he/she hasn't.
Have you ever been on a double-decker bus?
Yes, I have./No, I haven't.
Have your friends ever spent o night in a castle?
Yes, they have./No, they haven't.
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used
with the
perrect
Read through the table aloud as Ss
follow along.
Give Ss time to find examples in the text.
Check answers around the classroom.
Answer Key
I've just come bock, hasn't run since 1958, Have you ever
seen
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yet/l hove already heord that strange story.
Explain the task to
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Ss.
Remind Ss to include all of the information in
the rubric.
Alternatively, this may be assigned as HW.
lnvite various Ss to read their blogs to the class.
Suggested Answer Key
I think l've seen o ghost too! One Saturday last outumn
my friend Tom and I went walking in the mountains. We
planned to stay at a village hotel that night, but late in
Check answers around the classroom.
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just/Rob and Ann haven't come back from their
s @{ryJr" write a blos entry
Explain the task to Ss and give them time to
complete it.
Give Ss time to ask and answer the questions
.
just/The bus hasn't arrived yet.
Writing
interrogative forms of the present perfect
¡
never/Have you ever been to Spain?
since/Bill has lived in New Yorkfor three years.
already/Susan hasn't booked her bus tour yet.
for/l haven't swum since last summer.
ever/l have never ridden on an elephant.
holidays yet.
Have they reached ... have just arrived
Has he been ... has trovelled
Have you heard . .. has been
[email protected]
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
haven't seen
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Suggested Answer Key
the afternoon we lost our way. Suddenly we saw a small
stone cottage and stopped to ask for directions. A little
old lady dressed in an old-fashioned cap and long dress
come to the door. Smiling sweetly, she invited us inside.
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very kindly insisted we stay the night, The next morning
we stopped for a coffee at the village hotel. The hotel
owner wasn't surprised when he heard our story. "Many
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to help rebuild houses.
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to help take care of children qnd babies in need. She is
probably feeling very happy and satisfied to be there
as
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ways. lt can help the children in the picture by offering
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sick and homeless animals. Animals
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do. I wouldn't like to work as a rescue team volunteer as I
can't stand the sight of blood and I would find
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volunteer at summer youth camps, orphanages and
community centres for the elderly. People from anywhere
in the world can apply to help through organisations like
Experiential Learning lnternatíonal (ELI) and Volunteer
Action for Peace (VAP). You need to be at least 18 years
old and to speak English. Volunteers teach English, play
games, organise sports and cultural activities and
supervise day trips. Sometimes they run things like
computer workshops and they can act as counsellors,
too.
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government, etc.
volunteer (n): person that offers unpaid services
experience (n): practical working knowledge/important
or memoroble event ¡n your life
field (n): career specialisation
participate (v): to take part (in sth)
allow (v): to let; to permit
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to check.
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The speokers are a worker
in a dog shelter and someone
who wants to volunteer. They are talking about
volunteering at the shelter and when the volunteer can
start.
.
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short wolks. Are you interested?
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problem ¡f they don't take too long. l'm only free in
the morning, you see.
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. l'm interested in volunteering'
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b)
afternoons.
We could use someone to walk the dogs'
You can start on Saturday if you like.
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a
dialogue between two people' Who do
you think the sPeakers are and what
are theY talking about?
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Good morning, Avondale Animal Shelter.
Hello, l'm interested in volunteering for the shelter'
Well, we are alwaYs looking
for
new
volunteers. When are you available?
l'm free on SaturdaY afternoons.
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dogs. We are also looking for someone to help
with fundraising. Are you interested?
can definitely walk the dogs' As for
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fundraising, I can help to collect donations'
Great! You can start on Saturday if you like'
Just come in around 2 pm and ask for Maria'
OK, I will be there. GoodbYe.
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When ore you free?
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afternoons.
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to help out in a(n) animal
shelter/charity shop/home for the elderly.
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sentences (A-F). There is one extra sentence. Compare
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words box.
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pronunciation if necessary.
gadget (n): smsll useful tool or device
awkw ard (adj) : e m b a r r as si n g
mode (n): electronic programme or setting
spot (n): place
puzzled (adj) : confused
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gadgets
.
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to
Ss
and give them time to
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listen to music on an MP3 player.
share photos on a tablet computer.
send an email on a laptop,
look up mops on a GPS receiver.
play video games on a video games console.
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Have 5s discuss their answer to the quest¡on
in the rubric with a partner.
Suggested Answer Key
I think the second story is the inost embarrassing. lt's
pretty stupid nat to loak in front of yau when you walk.
The other person could be very annoyed about their ice
crearn, too!
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can't wait (phr): feel very exeited about sth yau
expecting in the future
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specific task
smack-bang (phr): directly and with force
complete it.
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forums on the lnternet.
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b) iffi#ffi'To predict the content of a text
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iii. a answers to the question in the rubric.
Give Ss time to read through and check.
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This forum is about embarrassing moments people have
had with their gadgets.
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complete it.
compare answers with a partner.
Check answers around the classroom.
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Give Ss time to find examples in the text.
Check answers around the classroom.
A iS$S-jfo write a short paragraph about
an
embarrassing moment
.
.
Explain the task to Ss and remind them to
include all of the points in the rubric.
Alternatively, this may be assigned as homework.
Answer Key
Suggested Answer Key
Past simple: was, moved, bought, could, decided, took,
entered, followed, found, was, pointed, was, felt,
understood, wos, took, was, bought, was, couldn,t, took,
started, wasr was, walked, went, Iaughed, was, had
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present perfect
.
.
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complete it.
to
Ss
and give them time to
Check answers around the classroom.
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ago,
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last night.
2
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3
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to recycle his old computer' He
share photograPhs?
4
5
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games at Paul's house last night.
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7
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were, who with, what happened, how you felt,
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for yes.
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sign of anger.
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4 C
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... many
flowers ... are used at funerals ...
indicate jealousy .. . red ones show secrecy.
Be careful what you do with your feet ... that
doesn't mean you should put yaur feet up on the
coffee table!
In the Philippines, people only point by moving
their eyes towards a person ... or even by pursing
their lips and pointing with their mouth.
... nodding your head up and down meons no, while
shaking your head from side to side means yes!
ln some parts of the woild it's polite to eat all of
the food on your plate ... but in China and Korea,
you should Ieave something.
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Para 2 - A firm handshake in Turkey is considered rude.
Para 3 - Red ond yellow flowers suggest negative ideas in
Italy and Poland.
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Malaysia and the Philippines.
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travel abroad.
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your plate
don't trust sameone if they don't have s firm handshake!
4
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ln Japan, taking off your shoes before entering
a
home shows respect to your host.
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countries.
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culture with our body languoge.
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read the title and the headings.
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class.
Answer Key
p. 106(T)
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s @Sro consolidate information from a text
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pairs or small groups.
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complete it.
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dinner
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classroom.
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p. 106(T)
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. Elicit/Explain the words in the Check these
Subject Verb
Agent
PASSIVE Dinner
is cooked by Sue every night.
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'to be' + post participle of the main verb).
Ask Ss to look at the sentence in the passive.
Ask Ss: What happens to the subject in the active
words box.
voiceT (lt becomes the agent in the passive
voice.) Ask: What happéns to the object of the
active voiceT (lt becomes the subject.)
Explain that we use the passive to talk about
actions when the person who does the action is
unknown, unimportant or obvious from the
Suggested Answer Key
etiquette (n): rules of polite behaviour
polite (odj) : wel l-m an n ered
rude (odj): ill-mannered; not pol¡te
globe (n): world
ground (n): surface of the earth
respect (n): good opinion of others
make eye contdct (phr): to look sb straight in the eye
avoid (v): to choose not to do sth
shake hdnds (phr): to greet sb by taking their hand in
yours and moving it up and down
strength (n): ability and reliability
firm hdndshake (phr): the act of shaking hands with a
strong grip
thou ghtf ul (adj) : co nside rate; ki n d
advice (n): useful suggest¡on
jealousy (n): envy; wanting what sb else has
secrecy (n): the act of hiding sth from being known to others
disrespectful (adj): not showing respect
sole (n): underneath part of the foot
host (n): person who invites you to their house
index finger (n): finger next to the thumb
purse your lips (phQ: gather the lips so that the mouth
makes a small 'o'shape
nod your head (phr): move your head in an up-and-down
motíon
side to side (ph|: @f a movement) repeatedly to the left
ond to the right
confused (adj): mixed up; unclear
oppreciate (v): be grateful for
obliged (adj): acting from necessity
.
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answers around the classroom.
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p. 106(T)
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learn collocations
Give Ss time to complete the task.
Ss read their sentences to the class.
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it.
Check
context; when the action is more important than
the person who does it;in formalsituations (e.g.on
signs,etc). Explain how we turn an active sentence
into a passive one using the example in the table.
Elicit all the passive forms in the text on p. 106
and write them on the board.
Answer Key are used, were given
ffito
practise the passive
Give Ss time to complete the task. Ask Ss to omit
the agent where necessary. Check Ss' answers.
Answer Key
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ln mony countries hondshakes are offered as o greeting.
2
Sweets and flowers are given as gifts by people to
their host in Malaysia.
He was kissed three times on the cheek.
Dinner is served at 7 o'clock.
Flowers were offered to the hostess.
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4
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turning it in.
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the text. What is the main
idea in each?
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;sentence. We use by in the passive sentence to introduce the person who
drd the actron.
text and match
the paragraphs to the
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Read the
Fill in: show, social, to moke eye,
firm, thoughtful, index, body, nod.
Then use the phrases to write
sentences about social etiquette
based on the text.
to make eye I 5 show respect
contact
6 index finger
2 nod my head
3 social rules
4 firm handshake
7
body language
8
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1 ln many countries, people offer handshakes as a greeting.
2 People give sweets and flowers as gifts to their host in Malaysia,
3 They kissed him three times on the cheek.
4 They serve dinner at 7 o'clock.
5 He offered flowers to the hostess.
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Do any of the social rules in the
in your country? Tell the class.
text apply
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the language below to act out your dialogue. Follow
the diagram.
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speakers to the sentences,
There is one extra sentence.
Have you got
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Why don't you . .?
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Correct pronunciation when necessary.
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ailments using the present perfect
.
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and answer questions with a partner.
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answers
from various Ss around
the
classroom, asking Has anyone ever cut their f¡nger/
had a nosebleed/twisted their ankle, etc?
Suggested Answer Key
A: Have you ever had a fever?
B: Yes, I have,/No, I haven't.
A: Have you ever sprained your wrist?
B: Yes, I have./No, I haven't.
A: Have you ever had a toothache?
B: Yes, I have./No, I haven't.
A: Have you ever twisted your ankle?
B: Yes, I have,/No, I haven't.
A: Have you ever had a cold or the flu?
B: Yes, I have./No, I haven't.
A: Have you ever had a heqdache?
B: Yes, I have,/No, I haven't.
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have./No, I haven't.
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your temperature down.
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I think you should stay in bed for a couple of
doys.
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The problem is that the patient has the flu. They should
stay in bed for a couple of days, drink a lot of fluids and
try to sleep it off.
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. Read through the rubric aloud as Ss listen and
follow along.
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around the classroom to monitor language.
. lnvite various Ss to act out their dialogues in
front of the class.
Suggested Answer Key
A: Hello. What seems to be the problem?
B: I have a really bad cold.
A: What are the symptoms?
B: I have q runny nose and a cough and I feel very tired.
A: It sounds more like the flu to me.
B: Really? What should I do?
A: My advice is to drink lots of fluids and get lots of
sleep. You can also take this cough medicine for your
cough.
B:
Thankyou, doctor.
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Have you ever had a nosebleed?
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What are the symptoms? (doctoü
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ln China, Iook at the ground when you speak to strangers.
Don't make eye contact with people. Leave some food on
your plate at a host's house. Don't eot everything.
In Europe, make eye contact when you meet somebody
and shake hands with a firm grip. Don't look at the
ground and shake hands with a loose grip.
ln the USA, follow the same social rules for greeting
strangers as you do in Europe.
ln Turkey, shake hands with a firm grip, not a firm grip.
In Poland, you con bring a gift of flowers to a party, but
not yellow flowers.
ln Thailand, be careful what you do with your feet. Don't
point your feet, or the soles of your feet at someone and
don't put your feet up on a table.
In Malaysia, point us¡ng the whole fist and thumb, not
the index finger.
In the Philippines, don't point with the hand. Point by
moving the eyes or pursing the lips.
ln Bulgaria, you should nod your head when you mean no
and shake your head when you mean yes.
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they include everything they should.
Check answers around the classroom.
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Ss listen and take notes to answer the questions
in the plan.
Elicit answers from various Ss.
Giüe Ss time to write their stories, reminding
them to follow the plan and to use sequencing
words.
Alternatively, this may be assigned as HW.
lnvite various Ss to read their stories to the class.
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Explain the task to Ss and give them time to
complete it.
Check answers around the classroom.
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How did Jane feel? very relieved to be on the ground
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to set the scene in a
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and follow along.
Have Ss answer the question in the rubric under
the headings where, when, who, and what.
Check answers around the classroom.
Answer Key
Where - in the mountains
When - last summer
Who - my brother Travis and I
what - camping trip
(AIlthis information is contained in the first parograph.)
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for example, then the GPS moy not recognise where it is.
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Checkthese words box.
There are at present 30 GPS satellites owned by the USA
and Russia, but other countries around the globe are
keep in touch (phr): to maintain contact
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within a specified time
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to reread the text
and complete
the task.
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It is also considered polite to make eye contact when
speaking to someone. We bring flowers and other gifts to
our host when we visit their home. It can be a bit rude to
point w¡th our index finge¡ particularly if we point ot o
person. When it comes to eating, we usually finish all the
food on our plate to show our host that they have cooked
a delicious meal!
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and longitude. These measurements enable the GPS to
plot a map on the GPS screen.
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ln my country, if someone invites you for a meal, you
should arrive about 15 minutes late. This gives the host
extra time to prepare, lt's also polite to offer help
preparing or cleaning up after the meol. When eating, try
a little bit of everything on the toble. If you bring the host
a present, they should open it immediately.
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have to be experienced.)
A Korean host likes you to eat all the food on your
plate. (F - In Koreo, it's polite to leove some food on
your plote.)
Mount Etna is the largest active volcano in the world.
(F - lt's the largest active volcano in Europe.)
You shouldn't give yellow flowers in Poland ond
Bulgaria. (F - You shouldn't give yellow flowers in
Poland and ltaly.)
A mobile phone is a kind of radio. (T)
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7 VSO started in San Francisco. (F - It started in London.)
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Jeff volunteered for a(n) aidihost programme
in China.
Rachel looked/cared after my cat while I was
5 Choose the correct preposition.
1 Lucy always eats everything on/in her plate.
2 He cares of lfor the elderly.
donate, disabled.
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Last year,
away.
Fill in the correct word from the list: purse,
animol, firm, rodio, sociol, blow, index, puzzled,
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7 ............,. look
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3 A dolphin came close at/to us while we swam.
4 A young man jumped in/on board the bus.
5 I'm free oniin Sunday mornings,
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Darren couldn't get
offithrough on the
telephone.
7 She was by/on a plane to Rome.
8 We're interested to/in helping to collect money
for the shelter.
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the list. Each correct sentence gets one
point. The team with the most points wins.
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1 ....... a bus
2 ....... a car
3 ....... foot
4 ..,.,.. plane
5 ....... a boat
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Marble Arch is in London.
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Shake hands gently in Turkey.
San Francisco has got cable cars.
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Macy often goes to the library to study.
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(l'm havrng a great time,)
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(Drop me a lrne,)
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Claire,
job.
Starting an informal email
. Dear Mum/Dad, Dear Aunt Claire,
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short
verb forms
Dear Grandpa, Dear Tom/Lucy etc.
Opening remarks
. Hope you're OK. . How are you doing?
. Hi from Moscow/Rome/Cracow etc.
. Thanks for your email.
. Sorry I didn't write earlier, but I ...
. Sorry for not writing for so long.
. Hi! How are you?
r lt was good to hear from you.
. I haven't heard from you for a while.
Reason
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everyday vocabulary
How are you doing?\5orry for not writing for
so long. I'm doing a lót these days. I wanted to
drop you a quick line to tell you about my new
informal linkers lso, and etc.)
short verb forms (l can't,l'll be ..,)
for writing
colloquial expressions
l'm working in a clothes shop when l'm not at
school. l'm a shop assistant there. I put the
clothes in the right places in the shop. I work
two nights a week from 5pm until 8pm and on
Saturdays from 9am to 5pm.
On my first day I learned where everything in
the shop is. lt was a bit tiring bgt it's great to
have a job. I wanted a new mobile phone an
now l've bought one! Also l'd like to buy some
clothes from the shop!
rop me a line soon!
wanted to drop you a line to tell you my
news/to tell you about ... . I just wanted to
ask/remind/thank etc. you ... . Just a quick
email to tell you ... . lwondered if you'd like
to ... . This is just to let you know ...
I
. l'm sorry to hear about... . lwas a bit
worried and wanted to see if you're OK.
Making reference to future contact
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Drop me a line sometime.
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Give me a call later.
it or not.
glad to hear about ...
Let me know as soon as possible.
Let me know if you can make
I was
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Email me soon.
. l'd better get going./Bye for now.
. I must go now./Got to go now.
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from the Useful Language box.
Thanks for your email. 5orry I didn't write earlier, but the
lnternet wüsn't working. I just wanted to tell you about my
new job.
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Emaii me soon. I hope to hear from you soon.
Ending an informal email
Yours/Best wishes/Loveflake care etc +
your first name
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event,
happening, etc. The information can be good or
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bad news. Announcements/Notices need to
answer wh-questions: who, when, where, what
and why and sometimes how much, They usually
start with a heading (Lost, Bowling Club etc) to
attract the reader's attention. We use short
sentences and the imperative. We can put in
bold, underline or itql¡c¡se words we want to put
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I lost my phone at the
at lunchtime. lt's a black phone wiiñ
round buttons. I need the phone to speak
to my family in Poland. Also, there are lots
of photos on the phone of my family and
Dear friends,
of event
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an
end-of-school party, etc,)...
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Describing special attractions/extras/prizes
*Y€L|HS et$S
. There are prizes for the first three...
. All participants will receive (a certificate of
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attendance),.. . Prizes include..,CDs of...
Special events include (a party by the poo[
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Free snacks and refreshments for everyone.
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size: huge, small, etc.
age: young, old, etc.
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Do you like riding your bike on summer nights? Come and join
the Newtown School cycling club outside the Town Hall for our
first ride of the year on Friday, 28th May at 7 pm,
You don't need to have any cycling experience, but you must
be over 15.
Bring your own bike and refreshments, For more information
email [email protected] or call 187 87988,
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Can anybody take part?
How can you contact the club?
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You are on holiday. Send your English friend a postcard, ln
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greeting
Dear Mum/Dad etc., Hi Pawel, etc.
Where you are writing from
. Greetings from ... . l'm in ... . lt's great.
. l've just reached ... .
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come/havtng coffee at q seaside café etc)
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to the reader. We should always
plot
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decide on the
our ideas with appropriate words, e,g. as soon qs,
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windy day. l've often been late for college on rainy days
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my raincoat and left the house.
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wildly but the driver didn't notice me. I decided to get a
events in
the order
taxi. lwas lucky to find one but the traffic was terrible
they
on the main road. We moved about 500 metres in half an
happened
hour! The driver tried to use smaller, quieter streets but
they were crowded too. We reached college 15 minutes
before the exam would start. I paid the taxi driver and
ran up the stairs, but lslipped and fell on the ground. I
tried to get up but my leg was very sore. variety of adverbs
Then I saw a friend of mine. He kindlf-helped me stand
up and offered to give me a lift home. "But the exam
starts in a few minutes," I said. He looked at me then
feelings m¡6 "The exam isn't on the 4th, it's on the 14th." lwas
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2 Where does the story take place - indoors or outside?
3 What problems do the people
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just before they got to the top,
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clouds and thick fog appeared. Suddenly it was hard to know
whether or not they were walking towards the sea. They sat
down, ate their lunch and waited for the weather to get better'
but it got colder and the fog got thicker. Then it started to rain.
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childhood memories
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Johnny and Brenda
climbing the mountain on a fine
morning. lt was the first day of
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Readers of the travel magazine.
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readers to send in stories about a
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walked for hours without seeing anyone
or
any
buildings. lt got dark. They tried to ring the hotel but there was
no mobile phone signal. Finally they came to an empty old
cottage with no door. lt was cold but at least they were out of
the rain.
They spent all night there, When it got light, they were amazed
to see the hotel at the end of the cottage's garden' They felt
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They realised they were close to their hotel.
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with the linking words and
fill in the
BIG
enormous, huge, giant
SMALL
tiny, little
BAD
nasty, horrible, terrible, wicked
GOOD/NICE
enjoyable, delightful, fabulous,
pleasant, terrific, attractive
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highly, extremely, remarkably,
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horrible, little, remarkably, huge, absolutely,
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adverbs instead of words we use a lot.
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example.
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they happen. Then use the list to retell the
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two men entered ond ron towords the coshier. 4) Atftrst
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on the ground qnd osked the coshier to give them the
moneA she hod. 6) As the coshier wos putting the
mone¡ in o bog we heard
a police siren, The men
ponicked, dropped the bog 7) ond ron towqrds the extt.
The police officers qrrested them qnd took them to the
police stotion.
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was dead, 5) but it opened its eyes. 6) For a few minutes/At
first it stood still, 7) then it walked back into the forest.
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yours. Write a story (120-200 words) with
the title: An unforgettable journey.
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lnformal rnes$ages I notes
lnformal messages, or notes, are short pieces of
writing we write to inform people about something,
ask them to do something for us, arrange a
meeting, etc.
Messages provide
all the information
without being chatty. We usually omit
needed
words, such
personal pronouns (t,you,etc) articles (a/an,the,
as
(Deaí
etcJ, auxiliaries (am,have, efc,) and greetings
English roommate but I
you need to take your dog to the vet. Leave a note for your
roommate, ln your message:
explain why you need to go out.
ask your roommate to go shopping for the food you need'
You offered
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to cook a meal for your
tell him/her where to buy the food'
tell him/her you are paying for the shopping.
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a
horse
they -+ for people, animals or things
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the indefinite article on before nouns which
cegin with a vowel sound (a, e, i, o,
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egg
an
aeroplane
an umbrella
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theirs
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What's your name?
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i
ln short answers, we do not repeat the
whole questron.
We use Ies or l/o, the subject pronorn
ánd
the
appropriate verb form.
We use the long form of the verb to
be in positive short
answers. Are you a teacher? yes,l am. (NOf
VarA¡
We use the short form of the verb to
be in negative
short answers.
Are you French? No,
|m
not. (NOT
W
am
you/they haven,t
.
W: form the 3rd-person singular in the
negative with hos
not/hosn't got.
.
We form all the other persons in the
negative with
have not/hoven't got.
We form the 3rd-person singular in
the interrogative with
fias + subject (noun or persónal pronounl
i gii'
net")
¿ll the other persons in the inierrógative
y-:
with
-torr
noue+subject+got.
Use
¡
I
WC
you
y0u
he
she
they
l
1
We use the verb have got:
to show that something belongs to
somebody
He has got a computer and a b¡ke.
a)
b)
c)
to describe people, animals or things. Lucyhasgotshort
brown hair and brown
eyes. His
dog his got á verv íhort ta¡|.
to talk about relationin¡ps tnáveóítt*oi,Líir,r.
ln short answers we use hove/hoven,tihortnornlt
'
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üE
_il
E
E-
Comparisons - Adjectives
(Comparatives - Superlatives)
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: -. - :-.i shorter (than) the shortest
one-/two- short
"
,syllable
big
isyllable jiuiq
adjectives nice
-v adiectives, easv
(tnan) iithe
biggest
the biqgest
bigger (than)
i!oisg.t
nicer
We use can io express ability. lcanspeakSpanish, Can is:':
same in all persons. The negative of can is cdnnot or can't.
(than)
easier
the
nicest
-iánñóiriJn;i
¿lÁié
é
:
i
t-
,
(than) the easiest
E
E
-
We use:
,
,
Form
With one-syllable and two-syllable adjectives we add
-er in the comparative and -esf in the superlative.
cold - colder (than) - the coldest
- faster (than)- the fastest
With adjectives of more than two syllables we form
the comparative with more and the superlative with fhe
.
fast
,
most.
beautif ul
- more beauttf ul (than) - the most beautiful
diffícult - the most difficult
Some two-syllable adjectives such as friendly, clever,
more difficult (than)
,
etc. form the comparative and superlative either with
-erl-est or with morelthe most.
clever - cleverer (than)-the cleverest or
- more
clever
clever (than)
Some adjectives are
- the most
in
.
in the comparative and -sf in the superlative.
nice - nicer (than) - the nicest
With one-syllable adjectives that end in vowel
(than)
A: What is it?
B: lt's a book.
.E
-
Where for places.
A:
Where is Michelle fromT
B:
She'sfromFrance.
E-
How old for age.
A: How old is Kate?
B:
I
t
She's twelve years old.
Which for things when there are two or more possible
answers.
A: Which is your favourite colour, blue or red?
-.F
5-
Blue.
There is
¿
E
---
-
There qre
-
A/An
-
Some
-
Any
We use thereis/(there's)/there are to say that someone or
There is a televtsion tn the room,
c
.
+
There are four oranges on the table.
Thereare doesn't have a short form.
We use fhereis when we are listing individual things.
There's a melon, a watermelon and a carton of eggs on the
table, (N?T: There are a melon, a watermelon and a carton of
-E
_E
E
-a
eggs on the table.)
or -est.
- bigger
E
-
What for things.
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consonant, we double the last consonant and we add 'er
big
Who areyou?
l'm Bob.
something exists.
Spelling
With one-syllable adjectives ending in -e we add only -r
.
A:
B:
B:
.
the comparative and superlative.
qood - better (than)' the best
r
Who for people.
clever
irregular and change completely
r
1-
, can dance.
j
on wo
.
-=
ts
-b
- the brggest
With two-syllable adjectives that end in -y, we change
the -y to -i and we add -er or -est.
easy
-
easier (than)
-
=
L
the easiest
Use
We use the comparative to compare two people, animals,
things, places, etc. We can use than with the comparative.
.
John
o
ts
5
taller than Nick.
difficult than basketball.
Football is more
t:. -
thing, etc. with more than one person, animal, thing,
etc. in the same group. We use the ... oflin with the
su
the tallest student of all.
the biggest country in the world.
Russia is
GR2
ls
perlative.
Ben is
=
b
:"-ar!
We use the superlative to compare one person, animal,
there ...?
Are there...?
.
i
Yes,
l"
No, there isn't.
there
I
b
I
is.
i
Yes, there are.
r.
No, there aren't
We use o/on in the singular in all three
=
L
-JE-
=
t
forms
--E
(affirmative, negative and interrogative).
=
¡
-s
There's a melon. There isn,t
=
J
-
o watermelon. ls there an apple?
We use some in the plural in the affirmative.
There are some grapes in the bowl.
We use any in the plural in the negative and interrogative
I
There aren't
any berries.
any
Are there
.
o
berries?
r
-¿
o
E
bus
brush
=t
buses, dress
-
dresses, church
-
We use the rmperative to:
give orders. Stop thatman!
give instructions. Open the box first.
o
.
_ foxes,
churches, fox
- brushes
Some nouns ending in -f or -fe drop the _f or _feand
take
-yes to form their plural.
wolf - wolves, wife - wives B|JT roof _ roofs
I
I
i-
Nouns ending in a consonant + -y drop the _y
and take _ies
- raspberries, baby - babies
I
Nouns ending in a vowel + -y take
- boys, toy - toys
Some nouns ending in -o take -es,
-r
We use prepositions of movement to
show the direction in
which someone or something is moving. These prepositions
are'. up, down, along, across, into,
outof,-over, under, through,
_s.
boy
.
pltato - potatoes BUT radio
past.
Walk
_ radios,
photo - photos, video - videos, rhino
-
piano *
t
t
t
a
t
past the library, Then turn into High Street.
,'""ü ;
pianos,
rhinos, hip'po
_ hippos
=t
I
I
tI
%
use
raspberry
=l
ñ
-
-
We form the negative imperative with do
not/don,t and
the base form of the verb. Don,t speak.
Use
Most nouns take -s to form their plural. book-books
Nouns ending in -s, -ss, -ch, -x, or -sh take -es.
a
E
ry. form the irp
without the subject. Stand up!
l*
I man
men
lwoman
jchild
women
children
people
person
o
foot
tooth
feet
teeth
m0use
mice
.._:j"_
We use this/these to talk about or point
to
animals or things which are near us.
ia
rg
¡)
ffi
This is a table.
"
ri$j
II
These are
we use prepositions
something
is.
d--d
{,
,.&
in
on
olong
i
i
;*-*^ /1ti
CDs.
to talk about or point to
''
people,
P
That is a lamp.
@
Those are books.
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//'
lffi>i
_:"*.:_j_
'-
I
: our or
Note: by + car/bus/train/taxi/ptane/boot BUT
onfoot
When there ts an artjcle (a/on/the) or a possessive
adjective
(my, your, etc.) before the
means of transport, we don,t use
by. on the plane (NOT
Weptsne) in his car iNOf byhj*er)
\
[9
rhrough
:ivj
animals, or things which are far from us.
[a
:
*.**-, ii W
\.*-l
i-*- n^:
.fr
'i
i
people,
r8
We use that/those
It
,
\ffi
@
"'T;
.
We use a/on before countable nouns in the
when we talk about something for the first time.
"m
¡
':
tufffu
# ."
under behind
next
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:;ii
'.l"
.6s;
ln
:
front of
.s
to
_s
t
.
near
,'
._..
sri
between
a
singular
Thereisanoranseon,ii:i:;,2'i1;:',|Ii!,',iJ,',',i:n,.,,,
We use a before words that begin with a consonant
sound. (b, c, d, f, etc.) a vase
We use an before words that begin with a vowel
sound
(a, e, i, o, u) an anima!
We use fheto talk about something specific, when
the noun
is mentioned for the second time oi it
is already known.
There is a book
on
the desk. The book rs red,
book on the table.)
(Whiáh book? The
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$
.
We don't use fhe:
before proper nouns. Aliceishere.
with the words this/thotltheselthose.
.
.
We form the 3rd-person singular in the interroga:.!
does + subject + main verb.
We form allthe other persons in the interrogative tt
+ subject + main verb.
.
:'
That house has got a garden.
.
.
with
possessive adjectives. Thisishisbook.
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9 !!!,lgt.
i :y gry |
.
",:
g
g|V.
tuy-:, _.k
I
pass
-
passes
- he fixes
brushes I go - he goes
he
I fix
Adjectives are words that describe nouns. They have the
same form in the singular and plural.
I brush
a beautiful house * beautiful houses
Verbs ending in a consonant + -y drop the
- he
lwatth - he watches
-ies. l cry
Adjectrves go before nouns. He is atall bo¡r They can also go
.
.
.
"l
j
by
to the main verb.
j
lplay -heplays
me
s'.
ot
ntght,
at
noon, ot midntght,
.
.
.
.
.
r
.
:I
don't work
iYouj
:he i
I she ji doesn't work
at dawn, at the
i+
.
,
.
We form the 3rd-person singular in the negative with
.
does not/doesnt + main verb.
We form all the other persons in the negative with do
notldon't + main verb
-'r- *-*;;
q.
i";
,
rI.;fv;;
uu
you
'
'he'
oot'
iwork z iI
""=' i 'ht j"""'
| ,¡'
I
r .,^., i..,^.t. ., i
ñ- :we
No, l/You don't
Yes' he/she/it does'
tlo'heAhe/itdoesn't
2020,
in
ue
happens. These are:
(100%)
always
usually (75%)
often (50%)
Yes, we/You/theY do
f
b
'.¿
t
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-E
--
--¡<
*-E
-
tr
.-s
tr
Adverbs of frequency tell us how often somethtng
sometimes (2570)
rarely/seldom (10%)
never (0%)
of frequency go before the main verb,
but
be.
verb
to
the
and
after auxiliary verbs
We are never late for school in the morning. He always drinks
a glass of milk at bedtime. He is usually late for work' Do you
often go to the park with your friends? I sometimes read
newspapers. They rarely/seldom wake up early on Saturdays
Adverbs
sa
b.
2035, etc,
i.s
é
-str
b
-E
t
b
Have
to
Affirmative
'
etc,
expressions: in fhe morning/afternoon/evening,
in an hour, in a minute, in a weeklfew days/month/year, etc,
so
:it
f iT,l:1r.:':iTTt'ttl.T,,',1'i
in
-
E
days: on Monday, onTuesday, etc,
dates: an6thluly,etc,
expressions. on weekdays, on Monday morning(s), etc'
yۇr'si
-E
-5
We use in with:
months: in March, in August, etc.
seasons: in (the) winter, in (the) summer,
i*a,:we
Yo, i don't work
uo, I do not work i i--J""
Ir:they.
,tley
l/You/WelThey have to work on Saturdays.
He/She/lt has to work on SaturdaYs.
GR4
-s.
We use on with:
We form the 3rd-person singular in the affirmative
iit
t-
+'ytake
holrdays: atEaster,etc.
expression
.E
uies
weekend, etc,
works
i I r do not work
iyori
íhe 1
i she
¡ does not work
'
,.
'y and take
We use prepositions of time to say when something happens
We use dt with:
the time: at 5 o'clock, at 93A, etc.
e
¡1iry.iliffil[
i,,..,i.1,,:;:,,,],:;i,,j;,:;.r.';,;';;-i;-;ii*;;'-;.J-""j;':-:,;;¡ t lwork
i *. iwork
i"""^
i l',o,
ii uo,
ho thev
adding -s
he
itions o
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.
-
Verbs ending in a vowel
after the verb to be,TheboYtstoll.
i
_
Most verbs take -s in the 3rd-person singular.
I hate - he hates
Italk - he talks
-ss,
-sh,
'ch, -x, and -o take -es
Verbs ending in
.
ves
i+
-t
Spelling rules (3rd-person singular)
The is pronounced /ói/ before words which begin with
a vowel sound. the iron
she
é
Time expréisloñs usód with ihe piesent simpló:
a consonant sound. fhe ¡obie
Present Sim
E
-
_ts-
.
.
.
,
,
do
We use the present simple for:
permanent states - She lives in London.
repeated actions - He ploysfootball on Sundays.
daily routines - WewatchW every evening.
Pronunciation
The is pronounced /óe/ before words which begin with
E
_E-
Use
before names of countries (Portugal), cities lParis),
mountains (Everest), islands {Rhodes), lakes (Lake Baikal)
and continents (Euro7e).
before sports. Footballis my favourite sport
.
''.:-
-"s
=
b
-E
-L
--E
fl
E
r-
-
.
E
r
"legative
- , ,','e,rlhey do not/don't have to work
!g
¡-
-
=
:' :
{es
tr
¡I
-:I
-
Does he/she/it have to work on Saturdays?
Who'sTom? My new classmate.
'tes :e/she/it does./No, he/she/it doesn,t.
We use Whose Lo ask who the possessor of something
,',: rse hove
Whose bag is this? tt\ Mary's.
to
/ has fo to express obligation or duty.
,' : have to be at school at half past eight every morninq. (lt,s
the
-^
e)t
lo
hove to
express lack
don't have to go to school at the weekends.
,',
e
use
.
should/snorUn
.
':u should/ought to exercise more often. (lt,s a good idea
tu ought to see a doctor. (lt's my advice.)
'¡u shouldn't be late for school. (lt's not a good idea.)
¡r
idjectives are
.
)
When we want to Iink ideas in spoken and written English
we use and, but and or.
We use ond Lo link similar ideas. fion¿ studies French and
German.
We use but for things that are different. llovefootball,
but
don't like basketball.
I
We use or to give a choice.
t
go to the theatre or the
words,ffi
mtne
ou rs
y0urs
y0urs
his
Adjectives go before nouns. Hels agoodstudent They can also
go after the verb to be. Ihls student is good.
=
We can
cinema.
same form in the singular and plural.
c rare animal - rare animals
=
--
rs.
Linkers
.
of obligation.
n
-ú
d
:
These are the women,s umbrellas.
we add's to the last noun of a phrase to show that
something belongs to two or more people.
This is Paul and Jane's television. (= lt is their televis jon.)
We use Who's/Whois to ask about a person.
cu/we/they have to work on Saturdays?
you/we/they do./No, l/you/we/they don't.
--:/lt'saduty.)
,',: use don't/doesn't
-5
-¡
.,
we add 3when a noun is plural irreguiar.
.
lt does not/doesn't have to work on Saturdavs.
nterrogative / Short answers
)o
il
l
on Saturdays.
hers
I
theirs
*lJ
We usually form an adjective by adding -fut, -al, -ous, -able,
I
-y, -less to the noun/verb.
playful
- personal
play person
danger
fashion
dangerous
-
-
fashionable
risk- risky
care - careless
I¡
-{
t
ffi
Adverbs describe urrOr.
She dances beautifully. (How does she dance? Beautifully.)
.
.
.
.
.
We usually form an adverb by adding -/y to the adjective.
slow
- slowly
he
Adjectives ending in -/e drop the -e and take -y.
itl
Adlectives ending in consonant + -y drop the -y and
take -ily.
wel
- happily
Adjectives ending in -/ take -/y.
b eautif ul - be autif ully
Some adverbs are irregular. They are either the same or
completely different from the adjective.
good - wel[ fast - fast, hard - hard, early - early,late _ Iate
happy
.
we add 's when a noun is singular.
.
Itistheboy'scap.(=lt is his cap;the cap belongs to him
we add'when a noun is plural and ends in -s.
is
their
theyJ
l'm walking
you're walking
Am lwalking .. ?
Are you walking ...?
she l's
ls
h. l
it
house; the house
king
I
we1
theyl
I am not walking
you are not walking
'l
¡tJ
)
waf
watking you | 're walking Rre
she lis not walking
To show possession.
lt
yo, lrr.
he
The Fossessive ease
girls' house. (=
'l
sHe iis walking
possible * possibly
This is the
I am walking
you are walking
[t, lr,. not walkins
th eyJ
l
Lrt j
rhe
jshe lwalking
,t
...?
fwe 1
lyou lwalking
?
Ith eyl
l'm not walking
you aren't walking
h. I
she lisn't walking
it
J
wel
you laren't walking
theyj
belongs to them.)
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:.:,t:ri'jitl,t::i.i!,:ilrt::i:;ll:ili::ti::itr.iiir:¡iii ., "+ir{:l ,rr,:fl1;it:.
:'
,
.,,''.:,1.:t:iirl;,i:
ji"ii*l'jri
-
E
tÉ:l;#f.i-,x¡:ii ri
¡
;
!
Yes, I am./No, l'm not.
Yes, he/she/it is./No, he/she/rt isn't.
Yes, we/you/they are./No, we/you/they aren't.
iTime expressions used with the present continuous:l
I' qy, 9l l !,9
*o
T,9t!,91
Pl'i9lll
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F
lL-
We use nrustn't to express prohibition
You mustn't eat in class. (lt isn't allowed.)
k-
Cocrr¡tahlel&j v¡cepa¡mtable nouns
(JUantlflerS
- I tr
.
-
at4
b-
Countable nouns are nouns we can count. The'' -¿,=
plural forms. one pear -two pears
91"!
Uncountable nouns are nouns we can't count. -"=,
Form
don't have plural forms, milk,bread,
We form the present continuous with the verb to be and
the main verb + -ing (present participle).
pasta
E
E
H
Uncountable nouns usually have only singular forms
meat (N)Ttwsscsus)
Spelling of the present participle
Most verbs add -ing afler the base form of the main verb.
fl
o
wash - washing, read - reading, watch - watching
Verbs ending in -e drop the -e and add -ing.
How many potatoes are there?
Are there any potatoes?
There are too many potatoes.
There are some potatoes.
There are a lot of/lots of
ls there any tea?
There is too much tea
There is some tea.
There is a lot ofllots of
Use
potatoes.
We use the present continuous for:
actions happening now, at the time of speaking
lenny is doing her homework now.
actions happening around the time of speaking.
Jerry is working hard these days.
tea.
There are a few potatoes.
There aren't any potatoes
write - wr¡ting, take - taking
Verbs ending in a vowel + a (onsonant double the
consonant and add -ing. run-running, stop-stopping
r
.
Fnesent
Sinn
e v5 present
Some stative verbs do not usually have a present continuous
form. Some of these verbs are: hove (= possess), Iike,love,
want, know, Iive, remember, understand, belíeve, need, see,
smell, etc. lneed a bike (N0T:Lm+eedng¿-btke.)
lhave a car. (N0T:{nAavng-a-eaL)
BUT /'rn havingbreakfastnow.(= l'm eating)
Can/Can't
.
to
express
ability in the present.
Helen can speakfour languages.
to show that something
You
uncountable nouns in the negative and
interrogative . There aren't any apples. ls there any
Be
you are going to
Short Form
going
to
l'm
you're going to
nei
she
she
We use con't:
.
.
to express lack of ability. lcan't play the piano.
to show that something isn't possible.
You con't visit the museum on Sundays - it's not open,
MustlMlustn't
.
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We use musf to express a rule. (obligation)
You must come to class on tlme. (lt's the rule.)
t.e
E
rEE
E
E
--l
!¡t-
&U
Long Form
té
H
¿
flour?
E
v
E
he
I
I is going to
it j
l*. I
I I::
tney"
it___"***-'*
;are soins
it
iwe
j
to I I::
''re soins to
Iney.
i
Long torm
-E
's going to
*'"**-..*.,**'*.**r
i
I
:
-E
¿
tr
Short Form
is possible or allowed.
can visit the museum at weekends.
i
¡
We use con:
.
t
We use some with countable nouns in the plural and
uncountable nouns in the affirmative.
He's got some oranges. He's got some milk.
We use any with countable nouns in the plural and
.
.
.
r
,"-.L"^.*---****^..*.
tea.
tea.
!
I
l've got an oronge.
We use the present simple for:
permanent states. JohnlivesinNewYork.
daily routines. Heworksfrom 11 to7 every day.
repeated actions. Heusuallyplaystennisatweekends.
¡
There is a little
There
isn't any
!
E
-
We use a/anwilh countable nouns in the singular.
tir¡uor¡s
We use the present continuous for:
actions happening now, at the time of speaking.
Tony is wotching TV right now.
actions happening not necessarily now, but around the
time of speaking. Laura is looking for a new iob these days.
é
)-
you aren't going to
he -!
she ; isn't going to
it j
-L
-b
-E
¡
s=
L
L
é
h
f
E
-h
-_
-
Am I going to
br
b
'he
--
ls
not.
!Yes, I am./ No, l'm
Yes, you are./ No, you aren't.
,.ir
'we
is.
No, he/she/it isn't.
¿
l/yo u/h eAh
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Are iyou lgoing to
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she igoing to...? Yes, he/she/it
b-
fb
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...?
Are you going to...?
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Use
...?
e/it/we/th ey had.
Yes, we/you/they are
No, we/you/they aren't.
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We use begoing fo to talk about our future plans and
F-
i
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She is
hÉ
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h
-
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nte ntions.
going to make a pizza. (5he's planning
to
.)
What are you going to do at the weekend?
Time expressions used with
be
going to: tomorrow, next
r
Had is the past simple of the verb have.lt ls the same in
all persons in the singular and plural.
We form the interrogative with did + subject + have.
Did he have a lesson last ntght?
week/month/year, etc
We form the negative wiih didnot/didn't+have.
o ect Persone
I
nouns
did not/didn't hove a skateboard when lwas five years old.
st sim
h-
- =¡r
me
-
y0u
you
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him
her
them
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-
We use the object personal pronouns after verbs or
prepositions as objects.
F-
I ltke
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Look at the girls. Look at them.
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Peter.llike him.
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Could is the past simple of con. Could is the same in all
persons in the singular and plural. When he was young, he
couldplayfootball,(= he was able to play football)
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WosMere
Regular verbs
r-t
-:;¡
-
I
y0u
F,-
were j you were not/weren't
he'i
ihe-i
she iwas i she iwas not/wasn't
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you
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she
it
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you
jwere i yo, :were not/weren't
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Yes, lwas./ No, I wasn't,
Were vou . .?
I' he ...?
Yes, you were./ No, you
Was , she
, it
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. we ...?
Were: you ...?
they...?
you
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wait?
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ttrey
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not/d idn't wait
lrregular verbs
weren't
Yes, he/she/it was.
No, he/she/it wasn't.
Yes, we/you/they were.
No, we/you/they weren't
i uro yyor
j we/they
work?
Yes, l/you/he/she/it/we/they did./
No, l/you/heAhe/it/we/they didn't.
j
i
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ts
=
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IE:
.
Form
We form the past simple with the subject (noun or personal
pronoun) and the appropriate form of the verb.
We form the affirmative of most regular verbs by adding 'ed
to the base form of the verb. I play - I played
Other verbs have irregular affirmative f orms. I eat - l ate
lnterrogative
We form the interrogative of the past simple with did + subject
+
.
.
Spelling: affirmative of regular verbs
.
.
.
Verbs ending in one stressed vowel between
simple for the action which interrupted
r-
.
.
it (shorte'
T
b
action). lwas sleeping when Alison colled.
for two or more actions whlch were happening at the
same time in the past (simultaneous actions).
F
!
Mum was cooking whtle I wos doing my homework.
to give background information to a story.
It was roining and the wind was blowíng when we left home.
Ti'ñp';;;ñ;n;il
Note:
two consonants
double the last consonant and take -ed. I slip - I slipped
E
action interrupted it. We use the past continuous íc'
the action in progress (longer action) and the past
vl9*tt
lstudy-lstudied
-
know when she started ironing or when she finished
for a past action which was in progress when anot":'
.
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We add -d to verbs ending in 'e. llive - I lived
Verbs ending in consonant + 'y drop the -y and add -ied.
4
'
.
Did you eat breakfast this morning?
Negative
We form the negative of the past simple with didn't +
base form of the verb. t didn't watch television yesterday.
He didn't sleep well last night.
We form positive short answers with did and negative
short answers with didn't. "Did you call him7" "Yes, I did'"
"Did you tell her?" 'No, I didn't."
J
We use the past continuous:
for an action that was in progress at a stated tlme :-=
past. We do not knowwhen the action started or fin s'=:
She wos ironing at 6 o'clockyesterday afternoon. (We do ^: .
of the verb. Did you play tennis yesterday?
base form
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Use
Affirmative
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.
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one syllable verbs ending in vowel + consonar:
consonant + -ing sit - sittingBUT travel- travelling
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+ past continuous (longer action)
... when + past simple (shorter action)
.,. while/os
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Past Simple vs Fast Continuous
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Use
We use the past simple for.
past habits. He woreglasseswhenhewasyoung,
actions which happened at a specific time in the past.
The time is either mentioned or implied.
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He moved to England from Australia in 1984.
Mozart composed a number of symphonies and concerts.
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k n ow wh
when
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0t know
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Keith visited Lon don I ast month.
,(The time is
;i* p ü)"' t Jd, y,'
't
ilast n¡ght/week etc., two weeks/a month ago, in 1988, etc
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stated The action:started or finished)
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We/Youff hey were playing.
l/He/5he/lt was playing.
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which
iactrons whrch happened one ltwo or more actions
the other rn the past iwere happening at the
lafter
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H, got up, made breakfast and same time in the past
iwent to
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l/He/She/lt was
not playing
We/You/lhey were not
wasn't playing.
We/Youfthey weren't
playing
playing.
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Was I playing?
Were you playing?
Was he/she/it playing?
was./No, I wasn't.
Yes, you were./No, you weren't.
Yes, he/she/it was./No, heAhe/it
Yes, I
l/you
heAhe/it
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are./
Yes, we/you/they
playing
No, we/youlthey aren't.
.
.
verb + -ing work- working
verb -v + -ing dance-dancing
has arrived/
heAhe/it
eaten
Were we/you/they
Spelling rules
l/you
eaten
wasn't.
?
have arrived/
we/you/they
have arrived/
eaten
we/you/they
've arrived/
e¿ten
's arrived/
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have not arrived/eaten
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We use the passive:
has not arrived/eaten
.
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lrb
;WE
:
you i have not
lllvi
arrived/eaten
The decision was
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is
rived ?/eaten
?
when the action itself is more important than the
person/people doing
Yes, he/she/it has.
No, heAhe/it hasn't.
it, as rn headlines,
newspaper
articles, formal notices, advertisements, etc.
Hundreds of buildings were damaged by the earthquake.
to make statements more formal or polite.
Yes, we/you/they have.
Wedding ceremontes are held in the city hall. (formal)
Thi s glass w asn't cleaned properly. (more pol ite th a n sayi
No, we/you/they haven't,
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Form
.
.
We form the present perfect with the auxiliary verb
have/hos and the past participle of the main verb.
We usually form the past participle of regular verbs by
.
adding -ed to the verb. play - played
We form the past participle of irregular verbs differently.
.
.
- left
We form questions by putting have/has before the
leave
subject. Hove you travelled by aeroplane?
We form negations by putting nof after hove/has.
They haven't finished yet.
didn't clean
n
g
the glass properly'.)
Changing from the active to the passive:
The object of the active sentence becomes the subject
of the passive sentence.
The active verb remains in the same tense, but changes
into a passive form.
The subject of the active sentence becomes the agent,
and is either rntroduced with the preposition by or it is
.
.
.
omitted.
Verb
ACTIVE
cooked
Object
I
u
nch.
Use
We use the present perfect for:
actions which started in the past and continue up to the
present. They have lived in this hause since last )ctober.
experiences. She hos travelled all over Europe.
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.
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FiesCnt Perfect vs
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t-9lg.l
P_?st
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SifnPle
We use the past simple for:
past habits. She livedonafarmwhenshewasyoung'
actions that happened at a specifrc time in the past.
They flew to lndia last month.
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.
We use the present perfect for:
actions which started in the past and continue up to the
present. She has lived on a farm since she was young.
experience s. They have flown to lndia.
.
.
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--=-
it
operated on. (lt's obvious that the doctor
operated on the patient.)
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F-
announced yesterday. (Who announced
The patient wos
Yes, l/you have./
I No, l/you haven't
!
--._
ts-
=r
is/are
unimportant.)
--
-b
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when the person/people doing the action
unknown, unimportant, or obvious from the context.
Theglasswosbroken, (We don't know who broke it.)
:
The Passive
Subject Verb
PASSIVE Lunch was cooked
Agent
by Mary
The agent can be omitted when the subject is they, he,
someone/somebody, people, one, etc.
Active:
Someone left the door open.
Passive:
The door was left open.
The agent is not omitted when it is a specific or an
important person, or when it is essential to the meaning
of the sentence.
The
announcement was made by the president himself .
With verbs that can take two objects, such as bring, tell,
send, show, teach, promise, sell, read, offer, give, Iend,
etc, we can form two drfferent passive sentences.
Active:
He offered her some flowers.
Passive:
She was off ered some flowers.
Some flowers were offered
ro her (passive,
less
usua l)
Form
We form the passive with the verb to be in the appropriate
tense and the past participle of the main verb.
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Rules
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Capital Letters
Exclamation Mark (!)
A capital letter is used:
to begin a sentence.
An exclamation mark is used:
to end an exclamatory sentence (i.e. a sentence showing
admiration, surprise, joy, anger, etc).
.
.
.
.
.
o
Here we are.
for days of the week, months and public holidays.
That's o I¡e!
Friday, August, New Year
What owfulweother!
is Sally
and
she's
=
from Chester,Vermont,
for people's titles.
Quotation Marks
Mr and Mrs Parker; Dr Mortimer; Professor Riggs; etc.
" ")
.
They are Chilean.
and Russian.
Note: The personal pronoun I is always a capital letter.
("
Single quotation marks are used:
when you are quoting someone in direct speech (nested
quotes).
for nationalities and languages.
He's fluent in German
I
T
I
for names of people and places.
My teacher's name
=
I
G
Gus
ond I are going on holiday together,
'Then Helen soid, 'Are you sure this is the right oddress?"'
Double quotation marks are used:
in direct speech to report the exact words someone said.
.
"What's your name?" she asked him,
t=!
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Full stop (.)
l¡
A full stop is used:
. to end a sentence that is not a question or an
exclamation.
.
greattime.You con never get bored here in Rio.
after abbreviations. Mr lonesisagreatteocher.
We're having o
Colon (:)
-t
A colon is used:
to introduce a list.
.
There were three of us on
l¡
the bolt: my brothe¡ my cousin Lyn
and me.
t=
r
-t
Comma (,)
Brackets ( )
A comma is used:
to separate words in a list.
o
.
We need
suga¡ milk, tomotoes and apple juice.
Brackets are used:
. to separate extra information from the rest of the
sentence.
The most populor newspapers li.e. The New York Times, The
to separate a non-essential relative clause (i.e. a clause
giving extra information which is not essential to the
Observer, etc) can be found almost anywhere in the world.
meaning of the main clause) from the main clause.
.
.
.
.
Tony, who is a
Apostrophe (')
conclusion, etc).
An apostrophe is used:
.
in short forms to show that one or more letters or
when if-clauses or other dependent clauses begin with
numbers have been left out.
compound or complex sentences.
lf you hove any questions, don't hesitate to ask.
Note: No comma is used, however, when they follow the
I'm (= ¡ qm¡ writing to complain obout ...
She left for ltoly in the winter of '98, (=1998)
is your maths teacher, isn't he|
before the words asked, said, etc when followed by direct
Mr Stevens
speech.
al
t
f
after certain joining words/transitional phrases (e.g. in
addition to this, moreover, for example, however, in
main clause.
to separate tag questions from the rest ofthe sentence.
E
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doctot lives in Africa.
Moreove¡ Jenny isvery patientwith children.
I
.
before or after the possessive -s to show ownership or
the relationship between people.
(singular noun + 's)
my parents' friends (plural noun + ')
women's dresses (irregular plural +'s)
Tom's cor, my friend's husbond
T
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f
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'Turn down the music," soid Sarah.
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Question Mark (?)
A question mark is used:
to end a direct question.
.
Where are the children?
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=
b
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b
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P
:ccount
:irplane
bill/accou nt
aeroplane
anyplace/anywhere
a pa rtment
anywhere
B
bath robe
dressing gown
bathtu
bath
ba n knote
b
ilt
b
billion=thousand million
billion=million million
busy (phone)
engaged (phone)
ll/p hone
can
ring up/phone
tin
ndy
check
c oset
sweets
-
ca
I
--l
b
Z
-l
cookie
corn
ctazy
desse
rt
downtown
drapes
-
rugstore/pharmacy
duplex
d
sweetcorn, maize
subway
mad
T
receptionist
pudd i n g/dessert/sweet
(city) centre
curtains
chemist's (shop)
semi-detached
E
Z
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z
-
egg plant
au berg i ne
elevator
I
tap
f
lash
light
French fries
front desk (hotel)
G
ga
-
flool first floor,
ground
-:
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-
etc
(pronounced, "zee")
reception
n
petrol
Grammar
gas stat¡on
grade
petrol station/garage
He jgElL¡uen!
nte rsectio n
itor
Hello, is that Steve?
Dq-yau-h¿vc a car?/
Have you got a car?
Have you got a car?
ca
reta ker/po rte r
pa ra
ffi
n
Spelling
aluminum
aluminium
analyze
ana lyse
queue
cente r
centre
lost property
check
cheq ue
color
honor
jewelry
colour
M
movie
post
book
m otorbike/m oto rcycle
film
movie house/theater
cinema
N
newsagent
surgery
one-way (ticket)
single (ticket)
overalls
dungarees
honou
r
jewellery
practice(n,v)
practice(n)
practise(v)
program
realize
programme
ti re
tyre
traveller
realise
trave(l)ler
Expressions
o
office (doctor's/dentist's)
He has just oone out
Hello, is this Steve?
crossroads
line
lost and found
newssta nd
out./
interval
solicitor
motorcycle
postcode
He has just gone out.
lawyer/attorney
mail
make a reservation
(pronounced, "zed")
noug ht
cla ss/yea r
K
kerosene
ga rden
zero
zip code
gas
i
black or white
z
chips
E
--
hoover
hoover
waistcoat
torch
L
--
holiday(s)
vacuum (v.)
vacuum cleaner
vest
Y
J
-
vacation
ru bbish
dustbi n/bi
jan
T
lorry, van
fortnight/two weeks
rbage/trash
garbage can
intermission
queue
shop
undergrou nd
two weeks
yard
I
T¡I
z
pavement
in coffee)
utu mn
a
timeta ble
pa nts
tru ck
with or without (milk/cream
F
faucet
first floor, second floor, etc
shop assistant
W
ift
fa ll
railway
toi let/cloakroom
V
-l
!z
handbag
shorts (underwear)
sidewalk
stand in line
store, shop
D
desk clerk
state school
purse
s
it
iscu
cri sps
public school
sales clerk/sales girl
sched ule
wardrobe
put through
b
(potato) chips
railroad
rest room
bill (restaurant)
connect (telephone)
parking lot
pavement
pedestrian crossing
se rs
ntyh ose/nylo ns
R
c
ca
¡d
'-
flat
nts/trou
tro uSers
tig hts
car park
road surface
zebra crossing
pa
pa
with prepositions and particles
different from/than
different from/to
live on X street
on a team
on the weekend
Monday throuqh Friday
live in X street
in a team
at the weekend
Monday to Friday
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Pronunciation
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lmt
Vowels
o
leal
letl
some, small, smell, smile
care, rare, scare, dare, fare, share
name, face, table, lake, take, daY, age,
lnl
next, not, tenth, month, kind, snake'
/p/
snip, noon, run
pay, pea, pen, poor, pink, pencil, plane,
ache, late, snake, make
lel
lc'./
apple, bag, hat, man, flat, lamP, fat,
hand, black, caP, fan, cat, actol factor,
manner
ball, wall, call, tall, small, hall, warn, walk,
please
lkwl
lrl
q
r
la'.1
e
/e/
iht
alarm, away, America
arms, dark, bari stat car, ask, last, fast,
glass, far, mask
egg, end, hen, men, ten, bed, leg, tell,
penny, pet, bell, Pen, tent
/al ice, kite, white, shine, bite, high, kind
loal home, hope, bone, joke' note, rope'
nose, tone,
lol
laal
lsl
want, wash, watch, what, wasP
in, ill, ink, it, is, hill, city, sixty, fifty, lip,
lift, silly, chillY
lzl
ftl
boot
l3..l
lul
lll
y lal
blood, flood
floor, door
turn, fur, urge, hurl, burn, burst
up, uncle, ugly, much, such, run, jumP,
duck, jungle, hut, mud, luck
w lw/
Y lJI
z lzl
Consonants
b
c
¿
Í
g
h
¡
k
I
tbt
lkl
lsl
tdt
tfl
tgl
tül
tht
ld3t
box, butter, babY, bell, bank, black
cat, coal, call, calm, cold
cell, city, pencil, circle
down, duck, dim, double, dream, drive,
drink
fat, fan, first, food, lift, fifth
grass, goat, go, gold, big, dog' glue, get.
give
gem, gin, giant
heat, hit, hen, hand, PerhaPs
BUT hour, honest, dishonest, heir
jam, just, job, joke, jumP
lkl keep, king, kick
Al lift, let, look, lid, 'clever, please, plot,
black, blue, slim, sillY
dress, goose
houses, cousin, husband
eo,ee /Io/
two, ten, tooth, team, turn, tent, tool,
veal, vet, vacuum, vote, arrive, live,
water, war, wish, word, world
youth, young, Yes, Yacht, Year
zoo, zebra, buzz, crazy
oi
eq
latl
letl
leel
/3'./
ie
ou
lail
lnl
laal
oi lcí
oy
ou
ou
/ct/
lc'.|
lc'.|
t-
E
H
E
l=
E
-
E
ear. near, fear, hear, cleat Year, dear,
eat, each, heat, leave, clean, seat, neat,
tea, keep, feed, free, tree, three, bee
eight, freight, weight, vein
height
pain, sail, tail, main, bait, fail, mail
pear, wear, bear
earth, pearl, learn, search
die, tie, lie
tough, touch, enough, couPle, cousin,
trouble
mouse, house, round, trout, shout,
doubt
oil, boil, toil, soil, coin, choice, voice,
join
boy, joy, toy, annoy, emPloY
court, bought, brought
naughty, caught, taught
Double letters
sh tll
ch t{/
ph/f/
shell, ship, shark, sheep, shrimp, shower
tgt
thief, throne, three, bath, cloth, earth,
tooth
tót
the, this, father, mother,
rh
E
E
beer, cheer, deer
ei lel
É
I
Diphthongs
pull, push, full, cushion
unique, union
sky, fly, fry, trY, shY, crY, bY
sit, set, seat, soup, snow, smell, glass.
leave, view
cow
lc"l
I
/t.l
lul book, look, foot
lu'./ room, spoon, too, tooth, food, moon,
rat, rich, roof, road, ready, cry, grass,
trip, train, tree
lv
blow know, no, cold
on, ox, hot, top, chop, clock, soft, often,
box, sock, wrong, fox
owl, town, clown, how brown, now,
quack, quarter, queen, question, quiet
bring, fry, carrY, red, read
also, chalk
lpl
lel
map, man, meat, move, mouse, market,
cheese, chicken, cherry, chips, chocolate
photo. dolphin, Phone, elePhant
brother,
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E-
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t-
tb
E
E
f
E
E
-E
f
tr
-r
t
feather
ng
nk
thing, king, song, sing
lnkt think, tank, bank
lt)/
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A b b revi ati
(adj)
ons
adjective
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determiner
(adv) adverb I (esp) especially
(conj) conjunction I g) noun
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d
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(number) = 100
alphabet /relfebet/ (n) = a, b, c, ..., z
a hundred /a
hnndrad/
And your telephone number? (phr)
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as
a school lesson
atlas /ettos/ (n) = a book of maps
black,,ut¿et/ (adj) =
,,ut,,y
docu ments
brown
¡uraun/
b
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post
(n) = the events of the
double
¡¿,ruor/
eighth
(n) = Mathematics
Music /mjurzrr/ (n) = the study of music
Maths
/m:eos/
hine /nam/ (number) = 9
nineteen /narntirn/ (number) = 19
itt(n) = Physical Education
lesson)
(n) = a small
bag where students put pencils
(adj) =
"ku:lbrg.
fifth
/rrro/ (adj) = 51¡
fifty
f'rtrt(number) = 50
15
five
/rarv/
folder
5
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= ¿'fu
(number)
¡r¡"1¿¡¡ (n)
forty
/rc:ti/
four
ftt:l (number) = 4
(number) =
fourth ftc'el (adj) = 4th
fourteen
/f'rrrixr/
'14
Geography /d3iosrafi/ (n) = the study of
the countries, seas etc of the
world
I
gte\ hrerl(adj)= mWW
the skill that sb has
to do sth
/emerrken/
Argenti na
Argenti
n
(adj)
/ord3en'tirna/
ian
lordsen'trnian/
(adj)
Brazil kreatl(n)
(n) =
f&
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s,tbdsrkr/
(n) = an
Chile ¡tlrril (n)
Chilean ¡lrrien/ (adj)
China /tIame/ (n)
country
at school
day ñet¡(n) = a period of twenty-four
= Physics, Chemistry
/k,rntri/ (n) = a
Egypt
7r:a3rpt/
(n)
England /r¡sland/ (n)
(number) = 7
Seventeen /,seventin/ (number) = 17
seventh /seveng/ (adj) = 71¡
English /qghj/ (adj)
flaq /Reo¡ (n) = NIE
5ix /srks/
(number) = 70
(number) = 6
sixteen
/srk'sri:n/
seventy
/sevanti/
(number) = 16
sixth A*se/ (adj) = 61¡
sixty /srtsti/ (number) =
ten /ten/ (number) = 10
/tene/ (adj)
= 1 Oth
third /os:¿/ (adj) = 3¡¿
60
nation
hou rs
second /sekend/ (adj) = 2nd
tenth
(h)
Brazi I ian,/bre zrtienl (adj)
S€V€rl /'sevan/
= 40
/ebrleti/ (n) =
ask personal information (phr)
ffi
and Biology
(number) =
r--r
area of knowledge that we study
Science /sarens/ (r'l)
first /tg:st (adj) = 1 st
=
/jelau/ (adj) =
American
/pensal kers/
/pg,pet/
/wart/ (adj)
ability
(physical exercise as a school
school subject /,skuf
fifteen /iriri:n/ (number) =
What's your favourite colour? (phr)
1 (p. 7)
red /red/ (adj) =
=
2
What's this? (phr)
white
1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc
pencil case
21
/c:denat n,tmbaz/ (n) =
schoolbag
eraS€t Árerzal (h)
(number) =
/tur/
yellow
purple
11
two
oh€ ¡unn, (number) = 1
orange lorend3i (adj) = $-RW
English ¡¡otrJ/ (n)
(number) =
twenty-one lrwenti'w,tn/ (number) =
What's your name? (phr)
eleventh Ílevano/ (adj) = 1 1th
Ateu¿n/
3
(adj) = 9th
ninth
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notebook rna,rrb,ir (n) =\
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eleven
(number) =
/eri:/
What's your address? (phr)
b'
verb
thirteen /oartirn/ (number) = 13
thirteenth t,os:rinot (adj) = 1 31¡1
nineteenth lnamtine/ (adj) = 19th
ninety /narnti/ (nuffiber) = 90
pink /prat/ (adj) = ',',''iir;f
eighty /er¡/ (number) = 80
usually
(v)
somebody
twelfth /twelro/ (adj) = 121¡
twelve /twetv/ (number) = 12
twenty /rwenti/ (number) = 20
(adj) = twice as big
/erte/ (adj) = 91¡''
something
(usu)
three
PE I,p¡,
¡en¡
tGb)
(sth)
ICT /ar sir'ti/ (n) = lnformation and
ordinal numbers
(number) = 8
eighteen /ertin/ (numb€r) = 18
eight
(nren) preposition
(nro)
pt0noun
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participle
verb
/hrsrart/
pluralnoun
How old are you? (phr)
colour /krle/ (n) = white, red, blue etc
9r€eh /gri:n/ (adj) =
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n)
(pp)
thirty ¡e:q (number) = 30
lko:denel'n,rmboz7 (n) =
1, 2, 3, etc
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-
ffiffi
(adj) =
cardinal numbers
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-
(pl
phrase
phrasat
'narno¡
briefcase /bri:fkers/ (n) = a rectangular
case for carrying business
r¡a
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I
q*b
(adj) =
book /uuv (n) =
blue
r¡a
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I
v)
Computer Technology
Art /o;l (n) = painting and drawing
II
(phr
How do you spell it? (phr)
And your surname? (phr)
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France /rro'nts/ (nj
French /f¡entJ/ (adj)
German /ct:eman/ (adj)
Germany /d:e:meni/ (h)
greet people (phr) = to say 'hello' to
people
Hi! (greeting)= Hellol
hobby /hobi/ (n) = a pastime
holiday
/holrder/ (n) = vacation
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introduce yourself and others (phr)
dream /drim/ (n) = an ¡mage that you
have in your sleep
author
lreland /aretend/ (n)
lrish larell (adj)
famous
(adj) = ¡/g¡¡-¡tr*t
favourite /relerrtl (adj) = 6s¿¡.r1
Bulgaria
Italian rueten/ (adj)
Italy rueril (n)
job ¡¿soul (n) = work
Mexican
Mexico
football
¡meksrkeu/ (n)
month /m¡ne/ (n) = a period of about
four weeks
hero
country you belong to
Peru /pe'ru/ (n)
Peruvian
(adj)
/perurvieni
physical appearance lfizrkel
a'prerens/
([)
¡tutucr/ (n)
who treats sick
t=
fire fighter
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7s"ot (adJ) = successful (in)
(n) = a good brave
cha racter
lhrereu/
follow
like lartl (prep) = such
great
Polish ¡peutrjl (adj)
photography
l'farc
¡aÍel(n) = sb who puts
out fires
/fo1eu/ (v)
= to walk behind
sb/sth
full (of) ¡r.V (adj) = complete
as
/perntr4/ (n) = a picture made
with paint or crayons
lretosrcfi/ (n)
/gren/ (adj)
= fantastic
here ,hre/ (adv) = where you are now
Hungary thrru¡ri/ (n)
I am new here. (phr)
Portugal fuctJusel/ (n)
playing music (phr)
Japan /¿sepen/ (n)
Portu g uese ¡pctlesiz/ (adj)
reading /rirdn:/ (n)
Russia A,tJe/ (n)
sister
journey td¡::nil (n) = travelling from
one place to another
(n) = the girl/woman with
the same parents as you
/srste/
say goodbye (phr) = to say sth when
you leave
sport Apcf/ (n) = a physical activity
Spain Ape'"/ (n)
star
Spanish /speruJt (adj)
student
sport /spct/ (n) = a physical activity
team /tim/ (n) = a group
teenager /tinerd:,e/ (n) = sb who
USA /de jur es erl (n)
that helps you stay healthy
/stju;dent/
volleyball
a9e btül(n) = the number of yeafs
you have lived
woodwork
athlete leetid (n) = a sportsperson
writing
/tenrs
become ,/bik^mi (v) = to get
brother /ur¡óe/ (n) = the boy/man with
the same parents as you
computer game
,&empjure germ/
magic /med3rk/ (n) = making impossible
rl€w
(n) = a pupil
/njur/ (adj)
is
(n) = sb who looks after
sick people in hospital
hurse
pilot
/volibc:l/ (n)
= making
knowledge that we study at
school
/rartr:/ (n)
teacher /drrje/ (n) = sb who gives
lessons to pupils and students at
1b (pp. 10-11)
actor lekte/ (n) = a performer (man)
actress /rkrr¡s/ (n) a performer
the game that you play on
a
computer
country of origin (phr) = where you
come from
cycling tsarkh¡/ (n) = riding a bicycle
architect
/partet/
Story /strjri/ (n) = an account
subject /s,rbdsrkt/ (n) = an area of
things out of wood
(woman)
(n) =
/ngrs/
(n) = sb who flies a plane
singer /y':e/ (n) = sb who sings
n,r¡/ (n)
/wud,wr:k/ (n)
= not old
New Zealand /njur'zifend/ (n)
basketball /bo:skrtb¡:tl (fl )
/borskrtbcf ,pte'e/ (n)
/orkrtekti (n) = sb
artist /onst (n) = a painter, a musician,
vet /vet/ (n) = a doctor for animals
waiter iwerte/ (n) = sb who serves
customers
what
/wot/
(question word)
(n) = sb who
travels and works in space
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Where are you from? (phr)
a sculptor
/restrencr/
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school
who designs
houses as a job
astronaut
(n) = novels, plays
things happen
tennis /ten's/ (n)
tennis club
/rrteretJe/
and poetry
(n) =
Aror/
fa (pp. 8-9)
basketball player
literature
between 13 and 19 years old
week /wirk/ (n) = a period of seven days
F
electrician /etktrrJan/ (n) = sb who
repairs electrical equipment
painting
the
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important
= looks
Poland /peulend/ (n)
that helps you stay healthy
E
dream /dri:m/ (n) = an image that you
have in your sleep
hobby ¡¡obi/ (n) = a pastime
horse riding ¡hcrs rardr¡/ (fl)
job /asou¡ (n) = work
Russian ¡r,rien/ (adj)
1c (p. 12)
April
/eryral/ (n)
August
WL2
/doktei (n) = sb
people
/fc:rBm/
good (at)
nationality /,nreJenaleti/ (n) = what
doctor
,,b,rlseerie/ (n)
-<
(n) = a TV programme
people
where
discuss sth
forum
(adj)
/meksrken/
/fermes/
(n) = a writer
British /untrf (adj)
/crea/
¡crgesí (n)
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building /urldr{/ (n) = a dwelling
How are you? (phr)
certa¡n lsstn/ (adj) = sure
How's everything? (phr)
of the body that we use for
How's it going? (phr)
holding things
lth
Com monwea
cross &mV (n)
/tomenwelo/ (n)
t.
I'm fine, thanks. (phr)
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December /¿isembo/ (n)
l'm OK. (phr)
each /ifj/ (det) = every
€vQr! /evri/ (det) = s¿6¡
neighbour
to
Nice
Friday ¡rrar¿il (n)
Pleased
/g¡venment/
(n) = a group
of people who rule a country
holiday lhotder/ (n) = vacation
important /rmpr:ránt/ (adj) = 5ig¡¡1¡.tn,
institution
/,rnstldu:Jen/
/nerbe/
(n) = a large
(n) = sb who lives
leg neg¡ (n) = each of the two long
parts of the body that we use for
meet you. (phr)
walking
to meet you. (phr)
See you later. (phr)
lips ¿rpV (pl n) = the outer parts of the
mouth
See you. (phr)
long /to¡/ (adj) = not short
So-so. (phr)
make /merk/ (v) = to do
Take care. (phr) = (when saying
goodbye to sb) Look after
middle-aged /mr¿t erd¡d/ (adj) =
between 40 and 65 years old
/mestorf/ (n) = hair that
grows on a man's upper lip
yourself.
moustache
January ld¡renjueri/ (n)
July ia5utav (n)
1e (pp. 14-15)
June /¿sun/ (n)
around
May mev (n)
Monday
name that you use instead of the
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real name
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November
October
ineuvembe/ (rl)
on display (phr) = on show
Saturday isretedil (n)
September
/sep'tembe/ (n)
-b
Sunday
symbol
¿s,rndi/
/srmbel/
(n)
(n) = a sign
United Kingdom
¡E
É
ts¡ír
-
(n) = each of the two soft
^Ii't/
parts of the face under the eyes
curly ft3:lil (adj) = not straight
dark /¿o:t/ (adj) = 5¡¿6¡
Eát ltol(n) = each of the two parts of
the head that we use for hearing
sounds
earring
trena/ (n) =
rlos€ /neuzl (n) = the part of the face
that we use for breathing and
smelling
of medium height (phr) = not very
short and not very tall
old
/eul¿/ (adj)
tat (n) = each of the
you wear on a finger
short /1cr/ (adj) = ¡61
(p. 13)
Excuse me. (phr)
/rren¿/ (n) = a buddy
Good morning. (greeting)
fair
fieet
1¿¡¡
sign /sarn/ (n) = an indication
skin /stn/ (n) = the natural covering of
the body
slim Atrnv (adj) = tnin
two parts of
straight
(adj) = light
famous (for) /temev (adj) = well-known
fat fir:tt(adj)
= not thin
foot (pl: feet) iruY (n) = each of the
¡st e't¡
(adj) = not bending or
curving
the head that we use for seeing
ld
= not young
plump /pt¡mp/ (adj) = quite fat
ring hnl(n) = a round metal band that
jewellery that you
wear on your ear
elé
(n) = the part of the body
that joins the head to the rest of
/net</
the body
,trre¿/
chin itlrnl (n) = the part of the face
below the mouth
ijur,narted tr4aem/ (n)
Wednesday /wenzdi/ (n)
friend
F-
cheek
Thursday /ogzdi/ (n)
Tuesday ftjuzdil (n)
neck
beautiful /bjufrfel/ (adj) = gorgeous
beauty /bjuri/ (n) = being attractive
inktaube/ (n)
special /spejeV (adj) = unique
¡-Ú
(n) = hair that grows
around a man's chin
beard
the part of the face
speaking
shoulders with the hands
lm.¡.ndi/ (n)
/mauo/ (n) =
that we use for eating and
b'raundl
of the body that connect the
nation /nerJen/ (n) = a country
nickname lnrknerm/ (n) = an informal
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mouth
(prep) = surrounding
(n)
Errm /orm/
= each of the two parts
/mo,t1/ (n)
(n) = each of the two parts
in his early/late twenties (phr)
Not bad. (phr)
organisation
March
,¡han¿/
heavy inevil (adj) = not light
hole ,+reuv (n) = an opening in a surface
next door
except for (phr) = apart from
February ffebrueri/ (n)
government
hand
tall tcrtl (adj) = not short
tongue /ttrl/ (n) = the movable organ
in the mouth
tooth (pl: teeth) /tu:e/ (n) = each of the
Goodbye. (greeting)
ends of the two legs that we
hard white parts in the mouth
Great. /grert/ (adv) = ¡¡¡s.
Have a nice evening. (phr)
stand on
that we use for biting and
(adj) = complete
hair ,aee/ (n) = we have it on the head
full
chewing
¡ruV
thin
/em/ (adj)
= not fat
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tribe
/trarb/ (n) = a
address /e¿reV (n) = the name of the
street your house is in and the
the same race ruled bY a leader
wav|
/wervi/ (adj) =
wealth
with slight
curves
/welo/ (n) = richness
cook ,'tut/ (v) = to make food
dance /dons/ (v) = to move Your bodY
Young i:¡d (adj) = not old
and feet following a rhYthm
dive
(n) = rlloh€! or prize that
sb is given
/e'wc:d/
divorced
(adj) = not married
any more
(h)
first name ¿farst'nerm/
married ¡mrrid/ (adj) = having
travelling in a canoe
a
husband/wife
cricket /n*ev (n)
/drrrkelt/ (adj) = hard
possible
to do
(adj) = probable
ride a bike (phr)
Easf litzil(adj) = not difficult
fast /rorst/ (adj) = not slow
female lfimerl/ (adj) = of a woman/of
girl
/posebel/
(n)
gold medal /seuld medl/ (n) = a round
piece of gold that an athlete
receives when he/she wins an
Surname /sgnerm/ (n) = laSt name
swim /swrm/ (v) = to move through
(p. 1e)
/rntrcstrt/ (adj) =
place /pters/ (n) = an area
karate, kung fu, etc
(Phr)
pole vault lpeul vcrt/ (n) = an athletics
event in which an athlete jumPs
over a high bar using a long Pole
pole vaulter /peul vcilte/ (n) = an athlete
of
Pole vault
surfing 7s:rr4/ (n)
Please
write soon.
Sydney /srdni/ (n)
Thailand /ta¡end/ (n)
Toronto
¡emntau/ (n)
-E
Tripoli itrrperl (n)
Turkey /ts,ti/ (n)
United Arab Emirates
fiunalted rereb
(ft)
Washington, D.C. /woJqten ¿ir'si/ (n)
/kaprrlT
(n) = the city where the
government of a countrY
is
(adj) = not slow
plumP /pl¡mp/ (adj) = quite fat
fast
/rorst/
/wsfd'rekc:d/ (n) = best
result worldwide
armchair
/ormtJee/
bath
ti
Agra lo'sre/ (n)
Australia iDsrrerlie/ (n)
Dubai l¿"ituv (n)
Egypt /i,osrpl (n)
Ecuador /etwedc:/ (n)
lgttzel
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(n) = the room
where you have a bath
/bo:orum/
(n) = a long container that
you fill with water to wash Your
/bore/
¡a
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body
(p.20)
Gi7¿
(n) = a big
E
comfortable chair
What can you do? (Phr)
Colombia Ttelrmbie/ (n)
in a comPetition
exciting
bathroom
Ch¡na /tJarne/ (n)
who is successful
(n) = an electric
device that 1lou use in the house
/eplarens/
What about You? (Phr)
What are you good at? (Phr)
Beijing /beisrd (n)
tennis /ren''/ (n)
(n)
lndia /n¿ie/ (n)
WL4
/senti'orgeu/ (h)
Santiago
(Phr)
Bangkok 7te¡koki (n)
/swrmr¡/ (n)
world record
Pisa /pl:se/ (n)
appliance
(n) = free time
martial drt5 /morJel'olts/ (n) = judo,
/wrne/ (n) = sb
(n)
telephone number /telefaun,n¡-¡"/ (n)
th
Aese/
winner
Tmelerzie/
water
interesting
swimming
Malaysia
2 (p. 2s)
(n)
of all time
Spain hpe'"/ (n)
single /sqget/ (adj) = unmarried
hockey /hoki/ (n)
leisure
/meksrkeu/ (ñ)
Mexico
capital
sing ls":l (v)
athletic event
golf tgofl
landmark /lendmork/ (n) = a monument
Language Review 1 (P.21)
run fast (phr)
a
Kuala Lumpur /kuotelumpa/ (n)
emrrats/
play the guitar (Phr)
cycling /sarklr4i (n) = riding a bicycle
Trutbrcrl/
/dr'vcrst/
drive a car (Phr) = to control a car
basketbal I /barsktbcrl/ (n)
canoeing ,&e'nurq/ (n) = the sport of
football
to go under the
surface of the sea, a lake, etc
1f (p. 16-17)
difficult
/¿arvi (v) =
t'tetV (n)
Libya lr'ui"/ (n)
number of your house
well-built /wel'brlt/ (adj) = having a big
body with large muscles
award
Italy
1g (p,18)
group of people of
bedroom
/bedrum/
(n) = the room
where you sleeP
building /brtdq/ (n) = a dwelling
carpet ¡topal (n) = a big rug
cushion /kuJen/ (n) = a pillow on a sofa
dining toolll
/darnq.u'rn/ (n) = the room
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where You eat
direction
furniture
(n) = waY
lrz:ntt[¿l (n) = large movable
/drrekJen/
things in a house/an office
house ftauV (n) = where You live
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friendly to the environment (phr)
kitchen /ktjm/ (n) = the room where
=
not harmful to the environment
you cook food
clothes kbudzl(pl n) = what we wear
cooker /uke/ (n) = an appliance for
where you relax and watch TV
(n) = drl áréá with trees
and flowers next to a house
place /pters/ (n) = an area
pillow iprleul (n) = a soft cushion for
glá5S /gro:s/ (n) = an area covered with
short green plants
cupboard /k¡bed/ (n) = d set of shelves
with doors for storing things
(adj) = enormous
imagine ltma,dunl (v) = to create
dish l¿'y (n) = a plate
dishwasher ld{,woJe/ (n) = an appliance
for washing dishes
garden
lhvnl mrm/ (n) = the room
living room
huge
resting your head in bed
shop
(n) = a place where you can
buy goods
/1op/
/tauat/ (n) =
towel
,4rju:drl
cloth for drying your
mountain
/'maunten/
/taun/ (n) = a small
utility room
top
/ju:trleti rurm/ (h) = á
/wo1,bersen/
a
=(l
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seashell /si:tel/ (n)
shape [erpi (n) = the
(n) = a fixed
bowl for washing your hands
2a (pp. 26-27)
drainer
/seufe/
staircase
bookcase /bukkers/ (n) = a piece of
furniture for putting books
,,urav (adj) =
with a lot of light
carpet /kopat/ (n) = a big ru9
chair /tlee/ (n) = a piece of furniture for
sitting
couple ¡upeV (n) = two people who
are marriediin a relationship
cupboard /h\bed/ (n) = á s€t of shelves
with doors for storing things
desk /¿est/ (n) = a piece of furniture
where you sit to read and write
door /¿c'/ (n) = what you open and close
to get into and out of a room
earthquake-proof
/srokwerk prur/
(adj) =
not harmed by earthquakes
/evri/ (det) = s¿q¡
everywhere
/evriwee/ (adv) =
/ncr/ (n) =
all over
the place in a house
where you stand
/¿reme/
(h) = a thing where you
(n) = a large comfortable
person
ffi lHe
\/
(n) = dset of stairs
/sre¿kers/
/steez/
powder
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floating flaunrll (adj) = staying on the
surface of water
ine of an
in a building
stairs
(adj) = used
put wet dishes to dry
/rc:V (n) = a tool for picking up
food
/rn¿s/ (n) = an
fridge
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be like (phr) = to look like
oíf
sink /sqk/ (n) = a fixed bowl in a
kitchen for washing dishes
bed /u"¿l (n) = a piece of furniture for
sleeping
worktop
only once
fork
object
sofa
/dispeuzebel/
€ráS€r trerz¡/(n)
plant /plo:nl (n) = a flower/a tree
roolYl /ru:m/ (n) = a Part of a house
viewing a house (phr) = looking at
house that you want to buy
floor
disposable
(n) = sb who lives
¡nerbe/
next door
city
laundry room
8v€r!
(n) = a high land
lkaunt¿l (n) = a
dust /¿,rst (n) = dry dirt in the form of
neighbour
sometimes part of a castle
bright
of polished
area that may have snow at the
tower itaual (n) = a tall narrow building,
washbasin
/mrrc/ (n) = a piece
counter
glass for looking at yourself
skin
town
a
picture in your mind about sth
mirror
sofa /saufe/ (n) = a large comfortable
seat for more than one person
cooking
/sordn/
appliance for
keeping food cold
iron
(n) = an appliance for
making clothes smooth
/aran/
kettle ¡tettl (n) = a conta¡ner for
boiling water
knife /nafl (n) = a tool for cutting food
leaf ¡i'rl (n) = each of the flat green
parts of a plant
(pl n) = steps
stream /strim/ (n) = a small river
table /tertt/ (n) = a piece of furniture
(n) = when you eat
neighbourhood /nerbehud/ (n) = a part
mealtime
/mi:rtarm/
of a town
where you eat
packet ¡pekrt/ (n) = a small box
pipe iparpl (n) = a tube for water
tree /ffi:/ (n) = a tall plant
view /viuri (n) = scenery
where you hang and store your
quiet /marati (adj) = making no noise
roof /ru:r/ (n) = the top of a house
clothes
space station
wardrobe
window
/wcrdreub/
/wmdeu/
(n) = a cupboard
á
and work
spooh
/spum/
(n) = a tool for eating
soup
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/esrrencr/ (n) = sb
(n) =
spacecraft where astronauts live
(n) = an area of glass
in a wall
astronaut
/spers ,sterJen/
who
travels and works in space
catch /tet1/ (v) = to take suddenly
certainly /ssrnü/ (adv) = definitely
chore /t1c'/ (n) = a piece of housework
tin
/tm/ (n) = a can
toaster
/teuste/
(n) = an appliance for
heating bread
vacuum cleaner /vrekjum klina/ (n) = añ
appliance for cleaning floors and
carpets
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wash /woj/ (v) = to clean with water
and soap
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advert ledvztl(n) = (advertisement) an
washing machine lwoJr¡ meJi:n/ (n) = an
announcement in a newsPaPer
lake
/wet/ (adj) = (of weather) rainy
estate agent
camera /kemera/ (n) = a Piece of
a
How can I help you? (phr) = What can
I do for you?
rent irenrl (n) = the money that you
pay sb to live in their house
underground
wonderful
flight lnu'tl (n) = a journey by air
forget Ttesel (v) = to not remember
get wet (phr) = to 9et covered in water
horse,t¡:y tn) =
independence
(fl) =
(adj) = under
/ju:ntvs:sati/ (n) = a college
university
Which floor is
it on? (phr) = Which
metre lmi:tel (n) = 100 cm
mile /mal/ (n) = 1,609 metres
(prep) = in a higher place
be home to (phr) = to be the place
where sth started or sb/sth
usually lives
/pore/ (n) = a trail
plane /pternT (n) = an aeroPlane
beach ruir1t (n) = a place with sand by
ride /rard/ (n) = a journey in
carlbus/train
cliff
path
a
n¡V (n) = a surface
of ice for sliding with sPecial
skating rink
/ste'tr4
skyscraper /skarskerpe/ (n) = a very tall
modern building
/stret1ur/
(n)
=
a sculpture of a
person made of stone or metal
(n) = an object that
represents sth
symbol
sea
n¿rv (n) = a steep rocky surface
next to the
/srmbel/
zoo lz,¡:l(n) = a place where PeoPle
can see different animals
sea
(n) = a large area of land
without water or trees
desert
¡aezetl
(v) = to amuse
experience Ákspreriens/ (v) = to feel sth
entertain
boots
statue
the
/enre'tem/
fisherman
lfiJemen/ (n) = a man who
catches fish
floating
/fleutq/ (adj) = staying on the
surface of water
forest /toresl (n) = a large area of land
covered with trees
heating /niul/ (n) = a system for
making a house warm
(n) = a medical centre
hut ,ft^t (n) = a small simple house or
shelter made of wood
hospital
inform
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(n) = a high land
top
(adv) = not far away
persuade /peswerd/ (v) = to make sb
nearby
/hosprtl/
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to tell sb about sth
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agree to do sth
place /pters¡ (n) = an area
popular (with) /pnpjele¡ (adj) = liked by
many people
reed /'i'¿/ (n) = a tall plant in wet places
river /rwa/ (n) = a long continuous flow
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school lsturl/ (n) = a place where pupils
and students take lessons
than sth else
lake ltert/ (n) = a water area
surrounded by land
á
of water
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/eb.rv/
(fl) =
area that may have snow at the
level is it on?
above
freedom
/,tndesraund/
the surface of the Earth
kj'éñormous
lrndrpendans/
mountain
flat nrel (n) = an apartment
chance TtJons/ (n) = an opportunity
fantastic /fenre:nk/ (adj) = amazing,
huge /nju:dr/ (adj)
(n) = sb who
buys and sells houses
equipment for taking Photos
carriage /kend3/ (n) = (in the past)
vehicle pulled by a horse
Ástert,erdsent/
/meute bout rard/
engine
much does it cost?
boat /beut/ (n) = a small ship
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journey in a small boat with an
And how much is it? (phr) = And how
2c (p. 30)
t-
(n) = a water area
surrounded by land
motor boat ride
event
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about a product, a job or an
appliance for washing clothes
wet
island /arten¿/ (n) = a land area
surrounded by sea water
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sea level /si: leveti (n) = how high the
=
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surface of the sea is
(adj) = not difficult
soft /sorl (adj) = not hard
simple
/srmpal/
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(n) = an area on the top
or the outside of sth
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(n) = sb who travels for
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surface
lsg:tes/
tourist
¡tuenst/
pleasure
unique way of life (phr) = a special
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lifestyle
(n) = scenery
village /vrhds/ (n) - a very small town
view
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waterfall
/wcrtefct/ (n) =
water dropping
from a higher to a lower point
welcome /welkem/ (adj) = pleasant
wet /wer/ (adj) = (of weather) rainy
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ácro55 /ekroV (prep) = from one side to
the other
along
/etoni (prep) =
from the one end
of a line to the other
baker's lbek¿zl (n) = a place where you
can buy bread, cakes, etc
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bookshop
/bukJop/
supermarket
bread
,/bnds/
traffic light 1'rrirrlk larr/ (n) = fr31
't::n/ (VJ =
tUrll
(n) = a place where
you can buy meat
under
chemist's
/trutJez/
/kemrsts/
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(prep) = below I
underground /.tndegraund/ (n) = the train
/,rnde/
under the surface of the Earth
(n) = a place where
b
you can buy medicines and
uP /,tp/ (PreP) = in a higher Place
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beauty products
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cross /kms/ (v) = to 90 across from one
side of sth to the other
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flower
into
/mre/ (prep) =
jacket
small plant
short coat
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you can buy meat
(n) = a command
out of /aur av/ (prep) = to the outside of
pasta /pesre/ (n) = sPaghetti
pet shop lpet Jop/ (n) = a place where
you can buy animals, fish or
café /tor.,/ (n) = a cafeteria
chemist's /kemrsts/ (n) = a place where
sth made in
factory and sold
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right tarl (adv) = correct
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station
/sterJen/
beauty products
(n) = a place where you
can watch a film
cinema
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eat /i:r/ (v) = to have food
/forst rurd/ (n) = hamburgers,
chips, etc
on
film nm¡ (n) = a movie
glm
/nekst te/
side of
/pet Jop/ (n) = a place
where
you can buy animals, fish or
birds to keep in the home
(n) = a place
where you can buy stamps and
post office
/peust ofis/
send letters or packages
restaurant
lrestemnt/ (n) = a place
where you can pay and eat
school
(n) = a place where pupils
/skurl/
and students take lessons
stamp
/strempl
(n)
=
a small piece
of
paper we put on an envelope
before we post it
supermarket
/supamorkrt/
(n) = a large
place where you can buy food,
clothing, toiletries, cleaning
products, etc
watch /wotj/ (v) = to pay attention to
sb/sth for a period of time
2h (p. 37)
lsrnema/
fast food
(n) = a stop
straight on (phr) = right
you can buy medicines and
clothes shop /ttauoz iop/ (n) = d place
where you can buy clothes
birds to keep in the home
/prod.tkt/ (n) =
(prep) = [s5¡¿.
opposite ¡opezrl (prep) = on the other
next to
sth
/crde/
a
cou ntry/cou ntries
buy ,tav (v) = to give money and get
curing an illness
product
/boreu/
burger ¡b::se/ (n) = a hamburger
butcher's ftutJezl (n) = a place where
oVor /auvei (prep) = ¿6sY.
pdst /po:st/ (prep) = going in front of
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(n) = a place where
(v) = to get money from
sb that you will give back later
borrow
meat /mir/ (n) = animals eaten as food
medicine /medsan/ (n) = a substance for
order
/bukJop/
you can buy books
direction of right
ffiop /men/ (n) = a drawing of
¡brharncl/
bookshop
/relt/ (adv) = to the opposite
of the day
where you
people
to the inside of
/d3ekrr¡ (n) = a
lletk¿zl (n) = a place
that separates two things or
you can buy flowers
(n) = a meal in the middle
,,t,rntJ/
pet shop
(prep) = at the back of
between ,/brtwi:n/ (prep) = in the space
where
a
and play
can buy bread, cakes, etc
(prep) = in a lower place
with
park /po*/ (n) = an open area with
plants where people can walk
át€it /eoria/ (n) = a place
behind
/flnrrsts/ (n) = a place
florist's
left
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dog /aos/ (n) =
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another language
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lunch
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/tarbreri/ (n) = a place
read or borrow
(n) = a thing where you put
flowers for decoration
(n) = a place
where you can buy clothes
clothes shop /tteuoz
lvo:zl
nternet
collection of books that you can
through /eru/ (prep) = from the one
end or side of sth to the other
people or vehicles can cross
butcher's
rb,
a
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library
products, etc
@,
lnternet café ¿tnt"n"t erer/ (n) = a café
where you can pay to use the
clothing, toiletries, cleaning
(n) = a place where
(n) = a structure over
river, railway or road where
bridge
n
-,
tnl =
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(n) = a large
place where you can buy food,
you can buy books
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/surpemorkrt/
/dsrm/
(n) = a place where you can
work out
band
,,uen¿/
(n) = a group of musicians
who play popular music
/b3roder poú/ (n)
= a party
your
you
give
birthday
on
that
birthday party
desk /¿"'tl (n) = a piece of furniture
where you sit to read and write
garage
lstrj:i'd3l (n) = a place
next to your
house where you keep your car
modern ¡-o¿n/ (adj) = not old
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wait (to do sth) (phr) = sb
sb can't
is
eager (to do sth)
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medicine lmedsen/ (n) = a substance for
curing an illness
stamp /stemp/ (n) = small piece of
paper we put on an envelope
2i (p. 38)
brick /urrt/ (n) = a red hard block for
before we post it
flfu
great view (phr) = fantastic scenery
(number) = 100
(adv) = in a place
/h¡.ndrcd/
/erernd3ment/
a
/,derli rurrirn/
family member
dangerous
(n) = an
(n) = all the
else except this
([)
/derndslrcs/
(adj) = u¡5¿¡s
early ¡"'ti7 (adv) = not late
enclosure /rnkler¡¡e/ (n) = a closed area
=
get up lset ryt(phr v) = to get out of
the bed
a pastime
go to bed (phr)
;
to go to
(prep) = ¿bsva
second /sekend/ (adj) = 2nd
go to the pool (phr)
/sart/
(n) = a tourist attraction
skyline lskarlarn/ (n) = the line where
hang out with friends (phr) = to
spend fun time with friends
the sky meets mountains or
listen to music (phr)
of the body that we use for
pet /pel (n) = an animal that you keep
in the home
play board games (phr) = to play
holding things
sight
/auve/
bu
slide
go to the library (phr)
ildings
/stara/
(v) = to move without
lifting your feet
spaceship /spersJrp/ (n) = a spacecraft
stand out /stend aut/ (phr v) = to be
more noticeable than others
steel /stirl/ (n) = a hard metal made
from iron and carbon
goot
chess, Monopoly, etc
(n) = a snake
rollerblading /reuteblerdr4/ (n) = moving
on a pair of boots with wheels
reptile
lreptatU
tower
send text messages (phr) = to send
building, sometimes part of
a
castle
view
/vjur/ (n) = scenery
visit /vrztl (v) = to go to sb's place for
pleasure
visitor /vrate/ (n) = sb who visits sb else
wood /wud/ (n) = the material that
forms the trunks and branches of
/sneubc:drq/
(n) = going
down snowy slopes using
a
habit /n,eu'l (n) =?*regular activity
hand ,ten¿/ (n) = each of the two parts
have breakfast (phr) = to have the first
meal of the day
body
have dinner (phr) = to have the last
meal of the day
important
surf the Net (phr) = to spend time
looking for and finding
information on the lnternet
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part of the day
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(n) = a place
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where scientists do tests
make /merk/ (v) = to produce
medicine /medsen/ (n) = a substance for
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watch DVDs (phr)
milk /m'tt/ (v) = to get milk from a cow
trees
=
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a goat, etc
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/,entivenrn/ (n) = an
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tm'pcrent/ (adj) = 5ig¡¡¡¡qrn1
in the afternoon (phr) = before evening
in the evening (phd = in the early
laboratory
narrow board
antivenin
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/geut/ (n) =si.,,tr,t
part of the night
SMSs
snowboarding
sleep
have lessons (phr) = to take lessons
on the bottom
school rule ¿'n't tu,t/ (n) = what you
must and mustn't do at school
tall narrow
-r
have a shower (phr) = to wash your
tonne /hn/ (n) = 1,000 kilograms
top /top/ (n) = a peak
/taue/ (n) = a
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schoolwork at home
person in your family
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die /¿ar/ (v) = to stop living
do my homework (phr) = to do my
/femeli,membe/ (h) = d
free-time activity /,fiir
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cow,&aul tnl
agreement
daily routine
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things you do every day
million /mljan/ (number) = 1,000,000
only léunli/ (adv) = nothing/nobody
ov€r
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compare lkempee/ (v) = to say if two
people or things are similar or
arrangement
making bottles, windows, etc
irnsar¿l
/uart/ (v) =
teeth
animal /anrmel/ (n) = a cat, a horse,
tiger, etc
glass /stors/ (n) = a substance for
inside
shoulders with the hands
to cut with your teeth
brush your teeth (phr) = to clean your
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fla:tl(n) = an apartment
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catch /ketf/ (v) = to take suddenly
cool /t"'ll (adj) = ¿1 a lower
temperature_ .
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of the two parrs
of the body that connect the
bite
building houses
cube /kju:b/ (n) =
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antidote
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contlnuing for all the time
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play sport (phr)
poisonous lpuzanesl (adj) = 69¡1¿¡n¡nn
or producing poison
Puppy /p,rpi/ (n) = a young dog
Snake farm /snerk form/ (n) = a plaCe
by a number
tYPe ha'pl(n) = a group of people or
things with similar characteristics
Venom /venem/ (n) = poiSOn
village /vrhds/ (n) - a very small town
walk the dog (phr) = to take the dog
for a walk
the night
get ready (phr) = to prepare yourself
go out (with) ¡geu uutl (phr v) = to go
for a walk/to the cinema, etc
(with sb)
keep still (phr) = to not move
magazine l,mregezi:nl (n) = a periodic
publication with pictures and
stories
watch a DVD (phr)
morning lnc:nql(n) = the early part of
¡t
attractive and pleasant to look
at
after lofre/ (prep) = when some time
day
iem,rrl¡ (prep) = within a group
answer lonse/ (v) = to sáy sth when sb
asks you sth else
¡a
newspaper
night
/nartl (n) =
/ofrs,wgrk/ (n) =
that sb has to do in an office
(n) = the day you
celebrate the day you were born
outdoors
/beroder/
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busy lbnit(adj) = ¿s1¡ys
caffip ,&remp/ (n) = a campsite
catch a bus (phr) = to take a bus
chance 7t¡o:ns/ (n) = an opportunity
check /rjer/ (v) = to examine
(adv) = outside
a
place
park
(n) = an open area with
plants where people can walk
/pork/
and play
phone call /t"un
¡
the work
where they work
birthday
tube
/en
/tarmterbal/ (n) = a schedule
(adj) = ¡¿¡¡¡g you feel
that you need to rest
/tarerr4/
/t¡urrr/
(n) = the underground train
in London
/wert/ (v) =
to stay in a place until
sb arrives
weekday /wirkder/ (n) = any day of the
week except weekends
Sunday
wildlife photographer
fe,tnsrefa/
kcrr/
(n) = a telephone
ca ll
play computer games (phr) = to play
games on a computer
police officer /peti:s
(n) = ¿
member of the police force
ofise/
practice /prekrrs/ (n) = doing sth
regularly in order to do it better
/warldlarr
(n) = sb who takes
photos of animals in nature
winter
work
rlurs€ /n::s/ (n) = sb who looks after
sick people in hospital
before ¡trrcrl (prep) = earlier than an
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the dark part of the
day
office work
/
(prep) = from the one
end or side of sth to the other
(n) = a daily
publication with news
beauty /bjug (n) = being attractive
event
through
/njursperpe/
bed ¡u.¿¡ (n) = a piece of furniture for
sleeping
{ry
weekend /wik'end/ (n) = Saturday and
nature /nertJe/ (n) = everything in the
physical world
has passed
among
(n) = the time period during
a day when sb works
sh¡ft
wait
midday /mrdder/ (n) = the middle of the
admire b¿matol(v) = to find sb/sth
share {eel (v) = to have/use sth with
sb else
tiring
tropical forest
(n) = sb who works
in an office
timetable
/dsrr:gel/ (n) = a
/,sekrcteri/
send /send/ (v) = to arrange for sth to
be taken somewhere
jungle
the day
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secretary
hide Aar¿/ (v) = to keep sth out of view
indoors lnd¡zl(n) = inside a place
walk to school (phr)= to go to school
on foot
3b (pp. 46-47)
periods of a year
(n) = the last meal of the
evening /i:venr¡/ (n) = the early part of
that we use for biting and
chewing
/¿rno/
day
where people keep snakes
team /ri:m/ (n) = a group
tooth /tu:e/ (n) (pl: teeth) = each of the
hard white parts in the mouth
seaSon /sirzan/ (n) = each of the four
dawn /d¡:n/ (n) = the early morning
day ñet¡ (n) = Sunday, Monday, etc
dinner
return /urgn/ (v) = to go back
/wnta/ (n) = the coldest season
/ws:k/ (n) =
sth that you get
money to do
work shifts (phr) = to work sometimes
in the morning and sometimes in
the evening
3c (p. a8)
about /e¡aut/ (prep) = not exactly
accommodation
/e,komederjan/
(n)
-
a
place to stay
adventure
/ed'ventJe/
(n) = an event full
of excitement, action and danger
attend
/otend/
another
(v) = to go to
fentoe¡
(det) = one more,
sb/sth else
become /urk¡m/ (v) = to be
Biology lbaroted3il (n) = a school lesson
about living things
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campus /kempeV (n) = the area of
member
a
to
university
pEt55 /pors/
need
cheap /t1ip/ (adj) = not costing much
(v) = to be successful in an
Chemistry ikemrsrri/ (n) = a school
lesson about how substances are
made and change
Physics ltrzIkV (n) = a school lesson
about natural forces
poor /pc/ (adj) = not rich
price /prars/ (n) = cost
nu/ (n) = an organisation for
people to enjoy similar activities
collect Aelekt/ (v) = to pick up
college /knhds/ (n) = an educational
Lretz'm¡'nil
(phr) = to
as
possible for a particular reason
Science lsarans/ (fl) = Physics, Chemistry
and Biology
share /Iee/ (v) = to have/use sth with
/du'n'4 rrcrr/ (n) = a place
in
a
/semreti/ (n) = a
sorority
university club
do projects (phr) = to get information
about subjects
study /strai/ (v) = to go to classes to
learn a subject
dorm /dcrm/ (n) = a place in a university
where students sleeP
test
(n) = an exam
various /veeries/ (adj) = s¡ several
/resr/
English Literature
/r4slrJ'hteret1o/
(n) =
novels, plays and poetry in
English
natural world around us
Áventi (n) = an organised
competition
/rksartr4/
(adj) = r¡¿¡¡nn Uou
feel happy and enthusiastic
fraternity
/tret3rnetl/
(n) = a university
club for boys
(adv) = with a lot of effort
hold /treut¿/ (v) = to have
hard
/no,¿/
(v) = to make sb want
to pay attention to sth
interest
join
Antrest/
to connect
(phr)
live alone
= to live by yourself
make friends (phr) = to get to know
/¿:crn/ (v) =
and like people
Maths /meos/ (n) = Mathematics
meal plan /mir,plen/ (n) = a timetable
for meals
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ágt€€
/e'srir/
(v) = to say 'yes' to what
ftmeta4l (adj) =
amazing
animal
la:rrrm¿rl
(a) quarter past
(a) quarter
clock,,not</
(phr)=
fry
to (phr) = ffi*
(n)= ffi' 'el
clock face /r.ror
rebd)
antelope
(n) = a cat, a horse,
a
C!
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=
cat ,4et/ (n)
=
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/,konse'verJen
(n) = a careful study on
pnrd3ekt/
creature 7nirle/ (n) = a living animal or
a person
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elephant /el:tanr/ {ni
=
What time is it, please?
ffi
everywhere
/evriwea/ (adv) =
fiksepJenal/
(adj) = s¡6s¡¡s.1
/rgzotrk¡
are
follow
That sounds good. (phr)
=
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with them
/rnleu/ (v) =
to walk behind
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sb/sth
(n) = each of the soft
things on a bird's body
feather
tell the time (phr) = to sáy what time
is
=
¡
wonderful
feel welcome (phr) = to feel that
Let's meet at the courts at 7:30. (phr)
it
=
¡
(adj) = unusual, often
other people are happy that you
on time (phr) = at the correct time
problem lproblam/ (n) = a difficulty
=
I
in every
place
ls 6:30 OK for you? (phr)
OK, see you there. (phr)
L
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estate /irt"'tl (n) = propert!
from a distant land
fantastic fen'testrk/ (adj) = ¿¡¡¿2¡nn,
Have you got the time, please? (phr) =
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:
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dolphin r¿ornnl (nL=s* I'
duck ¡¿,k¡ (n) =$_ ,,
Don't be late. (phr)
half past (phr)=
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the protection of nature
exceptional
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(n) = an animal like
/rentelaup/
a deer
= the front part
of a clock
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¿51e¡¡t¡¡nn
tiger, etc
eagle r,'gr,, tn,
sb said
environment /rnvarerenment/ (n) = the
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can
theatre, TV or radio
exciting
¡
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do their best (phr) = to do as well
they
different things
(n) = a play for the
E
What time is it? (phr) = What's the
conservation project
for girls
university where students eat
event
What time do you want to meet? (phrl
sb else
institution
/drorma/
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áGr€ /efte/ (n) = 4,047 square metres
collect as much money
,n
drama
m
twenty to (phr)=Ü-
time?
raise money
clean up /ktin',tpi (phr v) = to remove
the dirt from a place
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twenty past (phr)=
exam
money
dining hall
a group
on their own (phr) = by themselves
organise lc:senatzl (v) = to arrange
charity l't[r,rétil(n) = an organisation
that helps people who are in
club
(n) = sb who belongs
/membe/
fur
¡teoe/
tr=,.t(n) =
the thick soft hair that
covers animals' bodies
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g lratte
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¿:.nrr/ (adj)
=,light, not rough
d3rro:f/ (11) =
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goldf ish /eauldfrJ/ (n)= '
group
sru:p/
.,
(n) = a number of
peopleithings together
gu€5t /sest/ (n) = a visitor
hamster /hemsta/ (n) = a mouse
without
a tail
head ,te¿/ (n) = the top part of
people's an-d animals' bodies
horse ,a¡:s/ tn)
hug
=k
1¡¡ = putiÍñq your arms
around sb to show love
./rswo:na./
1t¡
long time
leader /n¿e/ (n) = a person in control
of a group of people
twig
(n) = each of the
(adj) = cheerful and
¡I
land around it
members of the family (phr) = parents
and
¡I
children
monkey ¡m¡lki/ (n)
normal
/ncrmel/
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(adj) = 51¿¡6ut¿
(det) = not anybody else's
owner /eune/ (n) = the person who
own
ieunl
'
parrot
possesses sth ¡,
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k. €fu
lpar,av (n) =
personality
;t.."
4;1,/'
(n) = sb's
/,psrsenreleti/
character and behaviour
It
playful ¡pterev (adj) = active and happy
prefer /pdf3r/ (v) = to like sth better
than sth else
(v) = to say that you
will do sth and give your word
promise
lpromrs/
tátl fte¿l(adj) = not common
rude /ru,d/ (adj) = impolite
slice /surs/ (n) = a flat piece of bread,
cheese, meat, etc
Srdk€
/snerk/
(n)
f¿'¡ t
=ffi
staff ¡ro:r/ (n) = pársonnel
(v) = to create
a
instead /nsted/ (adv) = in place of
sbisth
/twro/ (n) = a very small branch
juggle
/tryrkeV
wake up /werk ,,rpi
after being asleep
/wndeu/ (n) = an area of glass
/dsrsal/ (v) =
to throw in the air
and catch three or more things
(adj) = characteristic
UnCOmmOn /,tn'komen/ (adj) = ¡s1 utrt¡
quickly
leave
r'urv/
ordinary
3f (pp. s2-s3)
acrobatics /et'ebetrks/ (n) = difficult
body exercises
bring /bil{/ (v) = to come to a place and
give sb sth
(v) = to bite food repeatedly
choose ¡t¡ruzl (v) = to decide what you
chew
^Ju'/
want from a variety of things
circus /saftas/ (n) = a group of
performers and animals who
performer
polite
lklaunr4/ (n) =
(adj) = kind
school rule /rm't 'rurV (n) = what you
must and mustn't do at school
school uniform /skuf ju:nrf¡rm/ (n) = a set
of clothes that all children have
to wear at school
(phr v) = to write your
name on a paper to enter a place
silent
the
performance of a clown at
lsarn \n/
/sarlent/
(adj) = without making
any sound
a
skill ¡st,v (n) = ability
rcus
(n) = a Series of lessons
do the washing-up (phr) = to wash
¡t<crs/
(n) = sb who drives a car,
/drarve/
easily /uetil (adv) = without problems
exist /rszrsr/ (v) = to live
/rksprerians/
(n) = gained
knowledge or skill
extraordi nar!
/rk strc:deneri/
in
sth
tightrope walking
/tartreup wcftr4/
(n) =
walking on a rope
tour
/tue/
(n) = a holiday trip visiting
many places
(ádj) =
trapeze
hre'pitzl
(n)
-
bar of wood
hanging from two ropes on
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fly natt(v) = to
/spend/
through the air (phr) = in the air
a bus, etc
nusua
(v) = to pass your time
switch off ¿swr1 oV (phr v) = to turn off
spend
take part in (phr) = to be involved
the dishes
u
(n) = an actor, a
respect /nspekl (v) = to have a good
opinion of sbisth
class ,,klory (n) = a school grade
experience
/patarT
sign in
people
driver
/pe'fc:me/
singer, etc
travel to places to entertain
course
= Cor11r11oh,
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performance /pefcmens/ (n) = a show
the correct time
ci
(adj)
/cr¿aneri/
packed lunch 7,pett trntj/ (n) = food that
you take with you
be on time (phr)= to be in a place at
clowning
(v) = to go away from a place
MP3 player /em pir'orir plere/ (n) = gadget
you listen music on
usua
exciting
make sure (phr) = to become certain
manor /meno/ (n) = a big house and the
h'mr,dunl
buy yourself or sb else
window
a
picture in your mind about sth
/teusr/
typical
^ir/ of a plant
flat green parts
/tarvtiT
imagine
(n) = heated bread
treat /trirtl (n) = sth special that you
toast
lD card /,at drko:dl (n) = a card with
person's photograph and
personal details
in the wall
in the wild (phr) = in nature
kind ,tam¿/ (adj) = ¡s¡p¡t¡
lively
a
strange /sÍerndg/ (adj) = LI¡Ll5Ltr¡
sweet /swi:l (n) = a candy
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leaf (pl: leaves)
(v) = to look at sb/sth for
/stee/
(phr v) = to be up
,+'-^gr
iguana
stare
move quickly through
the air
gum /s.\m/ (n) = chewing gum
which people in a circus walk
unique /juini:k/ (adj) = the only one of
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its kind
wۇt
your
alligator lelserte/ (n) = a type of
your aunt's husband
whose
aunt /ornl (n) = your father's/mother's
sister, or your uncle's wife
wife /wari (n) = the woman that a man
is married to
(n) = your parents' son
cousin /k.tzen/ (n) = the child of your
brother
more
sf;
and children
family tree lfemeli
form an area of buildings
decide
''''
s;
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_{ti:
housework
how many
interesting
father'simother's father
grandfather or grandmother
head
a
woman is married to
a
(n) = a female Parent
nephew /neflur/ (n) - your
¡m,toe/
brother's/sister's son
niece /nirs/ (n) = ¡rour brother's/sister's
/prarmeri sturV (n) =
/rwrn/ (n) = each
1
/sneubcrdr¡/
teacher
fti:t1e/
lessons
(n) = sb who gives
to pupils and students at
school
tiring
ra
/tarerq/ (adj) = making you feel
that you need to rest
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in
exist /is'zrst/ (v) = to live
hot ¡hol (adj) = with high temperature
1r'gwo:ne./
(n)
=ilt
large (large * larger - largest)
(
(adj) = containing
poison
reptile lleptaill(n) = a,snake,
/snerk/
f
5¡
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meat /mir/ (n) = animals eaten as food
plant Tptonl (n) = a flower, a tree, etc
snake
J
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¡-
mammal /memaV (n) = an animal that
has babies, not eggs
/pcrzenes/
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-
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place *,
r.ffi
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té
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,/toro¡/
(adj) = 5¡9
length /teae/ (n) = how long sth is
E
E
v
E
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a lizard, etc
nl =;4,*-:,.
lrH
=
l=
tiger snake /tarse ineilV (n) = a type of
snake
(n) = going
a
v
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-
u
poisonous
narrow board
é
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dry ñrav(adj) = (of weather) without
1
skiing /stlq/ (n) = moving on snow or
water using skiis
/prrti/ (adj) = beautiful
single /sr¡set/ (adj) = unmarried
sister /vste/ (n) = !our parent's daughter
the
request /rrkwest/ (n) = asking for sth
politely
snowboarding
t ¡o*
crocodile /kmkadarli (n) =
dinosaur /darnos¡:/ (n) =
lizard l¡z¿¿l tnl =
education that pupils get from
the age of 5 till the age of
'r,n'r¡1¡
temperature i,6E u
shiny
swimming
primary school
(adj) =
lie in the sun (phr) = to relax in a
/purt/ (n) = a hole with water for
(n) = a child with
no brothers or sisters
tortoise
turtle
/r¡:rar/ (n)
/tertt/ (n) = a
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lives in the sea
vegetable
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/ved:tebal/ (n) = a
carrot,
a
pepper, a lettuce, etc
¡
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wál1rl /wcrm/ (adj) = fairly hot
well-known
/we1 neun/
(adj) = famous
=
L
of the two
children born at the same time
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down snowy slopes using
daughter
Soh /s,tn/ (n) = sb's male child
=ff
insect /rnsekl (n) = a fly, a bee, etc
Komodo dragon /kameudeu dregen/ (n)
(adj) = that
lesson)
hair /¡ee/ (n) = the fine threads on your
twin
/rntrostnl/
(physical exercise as a school
grandson /srends,rn/ (n) = the son of
sb's son/daughter
tjarlcV
tn)
r't<euld/
iguana
(n) = a Piano, a guitar, etc
P.E. ¿pi' i/ (n) = Physical Education
/grenpeerenl (h) = a
only child /eunli
(question word)
learn lsrn/ (v) = to gain knowledge
m usical i nstru ment /,mju:zrkel tnstrBment/
father's/mother's mother
mother
,hau'meni/
attracts your attention
grandmother /srenm¡óe/ (n) = your
married ¡-e¡¿l (adj) = having
husband/wife
(n) = cleaning,
= lnformation and
Computer Technology
(n) = your
husband /h¡zb¿ndl(¡) = the man that
/hausws:k/
ICT /ar sir'ti/ (n)
daughter of sb's son/daughter
grandparent
(v) = to make up your
washing, etc in the house
trir/ (n) =
lsrend,foróe/
/drsard/
mind
father /tr:oe/ (n) = a male parent
granddaught€r /srandc:te/ (n) = the
grandfather
cold
block ,rrtov (n) = four city streets that
l;.
family lfrlmetil(n)= parents.q .g¡
/us,or
body
3h (p. 5s)
daughter /dcta/ (n) = sb's female child
divorced /drv¡rst/ (adj) = not married
any
bird
blood ,,¡rn¿¡ (n) = the red liquid in the
Tur,toe/
aunt and uncle
pretty
backbone /bekbeun/ (n) = the row of
bones in the middle of the back
(question word)
,4rurzi
E
-
crocodile
who /¡",/ (question word)
3g (p" 5a)
v
3¡ 1p. s6)
father's/mother's brother, or
(v) = to have clothes on
/wee/
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adapt (to)
Teaepl (v) =
to change your
behaviour according to
rb
5rláck /snak/ (n) = a quick simple meal
snowy ¡snaui/ (adj) = with a lot of snow
a
situation
rh
/drrikalti/ (n) = a problem
endangered species
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(n) = a tlpe of animal or plant
that may stop existing
!¡
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spring /spn¡/ (n) = the season between
winter and summer
air leel (n) = what we breathe
difficulty
season /sirzen/ (n) = each of the four
periods of a year
(n) = the hottest season
(adj)
5unh¡l /s,rni/
= ta¡¡1¡ a lot of sun
wttrlll /wc:m/ (adj) = almost hot
summer
/snme/
weather
mammal /memel/ (n) = an animal that
has babies, not eggs
windy tundi/ (adj) = with a lot of wind
winter /wrnta/ (n) = the coldest season
risky Arsti/ (adj) = dangerous
stay /ster/ (v) = to not leave
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autumn /¡'tem/ (n) = the season
between summer and winter
/bcrlr4 t'ot¡ (adj) =
very hot
(n) = a party
(adj)
chilly ttl,til
= almost cold
climate lkrarmer/ (n) = the typical
/,selebrerJan/
!=
f
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(adj) = vv¡1¡ u
a
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f
/festaval/
foggy trosv (adj) = (of weather) having
(adj) = ys¡y
cold
shop for souvenirs (phr) = to buy
things from a foreign place to
remember it
(n) = vacation
market /mokd (n) = a place where
/hohder/
(n) = a tourist attraction
sightsee /sarsir/ (v) = to visit
sight
people can buy things
product
/prod.tkt/ (n) =
sth made in
a
factory and sold
/rerni/ (adj) =
from which hot melted rock from
inside the earth sometimes bursts
4b (pp. 64-5s)
with a lot of rain
,
= '^
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cap ,4*p/ (n)
g
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boots,,bu:rs/ tpl
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coat¡r..u,¡triir,
dress ldreii (n)
ffi
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= éJ -'
money
lot of
flat shoes
[u:tt(pl
t,fl.er
glove /gtru, (n)
t
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n)=r*ffi
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gu€ss /ses/ (v) = to try to think of an
answer
place to another
7rri,zr4 keul,V
(n) = a mountain
/volkernau/
ftctt (n) = a strong building for the
protection of a place
It's a pity. (phr) = lt's a shame.
route /ruf/ (n) = the way from one
a thick cloud
freezing cold
many places
volcano
where you can buy used things
about sth.
(n) = a number of
artistic events
festival
holiday trip visiting
gorgeous
drink /¿rqv (n) = a lemonade,
ráih!
¡¡
;r
(n) = a place
wear greetings furl"trqzl(pl n) = writing
clouds 'hello' in a letter
temperature
=¿
¡t
F|
fort
,mo:krt/
hike /narv (v) = to walk
I can't wait. (phr) = I am very excited
,/keut¿/
holiday
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flea market /flir
¡o*
=.f
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¡.¡
eat local dishes (phr) = to eat the
specialities of a place
guide /saro/ (n) = a person who shows
you the way to a place
cold
/tua/ (n) = a
expensive /rkspenilvi (adj) = se51¡tt
(adj) = what we
(adj)
cloudy ¡tlaudi/
= with many
¡<teuozl
whisky, etc
==
f
for long
hands
weather in a place
E
t
;J
(n) = downtown
e.g. baskets, cups, etc, with your
people do to enjoy themselves
clothes
h
senta/
crafts naorts/ (pl n) = making things,
/ak¡vrti/ (n) = a thing that
celebration
tour
bag ,lursl (n)
jou rneys
boiling hot
with your arms and legs
Any ideas? (phr)g.""
CoaCh ,fteutj/ (n) = a bus
activity
sunbathe /s¡nberó/ (v) = to lie in the sun
swim /swrm/ (v) = to move in the water
temperature, etc in a place
a (p. 51)
E
/,su:ve'nre/
remember it
/weoe/ (n) = sun, rain,
land ¡ren¿/ (n) = a country
live /t'"/ (v) = to exist
city centre /srti
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(n) = sth that you
buy from a foreign place to
souvenir
/sart7
interesting places
snow-capped mountain (phr) = a
mountain covered with snow at
the top
/scrd3es/
half-price /horf
hat
,4r¡rrt
(n)
high heels
(adj) = 5s¿r1¡¡r¡
prars/
(adj) = 560¿
= :*.
t,hat hi:tzt(pl
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you're right. (phr) = I think
I guess
vou're
riqht.
jeans
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Taei:nzl (pl n) = É# ,
qF ,
leggings /resqz/ (pl n) =
l'i.
(phr v) = to search for
match /met1/ (v) = to look attractive
look for /ti¡t
re/
together
(n) = a O¡f1
sandals :sr'dlzi (pl n) =
present
i preTe,r/
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scarf (pl: scarves) Tslo:rr (n) =
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set of clothes that all children
have to wear at school
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success /sekses/
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tie
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together
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swerJ:rl (n)
=
slopes
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(n) = o peak
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trousers h¡aoz¿zl (pl n) = @
sea creature /sir,klirtle/ (n) = an animal
that Iives in the sea
shark4o:t</(n)
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shops to buy clothes
(pl n) = scarVeS,
belts, gloves, etc
amUsement PdIk /emjurzment pork/ (n) =
a theme park
where people can see fish
big (big - bigger - biggest) ,6rs/ (adj) =
not small
book tickets (phr) = to reserve tickets
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arranges people's holidays
visit a museum (phr)
dish ¡¿,y (n) = a type of fdod
food or drink
choose ft[r:zl (v) = to pick
classmate lklorsmerr/ (n) = sb who is in
a
mall with restaurants
get tired of (phr) = to become bored
of
have lunch (phr) = to have a meal in
the middle of the day
ilding
million /m¡jen/ (number) = 1,000,000
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/naua/ (n)
= "'\--r
(n) = sb who buys
goods from a shop
Here's your change. (phr)
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/furd st¡f/ (n) = a place
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find your way
food stall
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in an
open area that sells food
fried
firatdt
(adj): cooked in hot oil
=
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etc
=
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insect /msekt/ (n) = a fly, a bee. etc
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jewellery ldsur,tril (n) = rings,
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necklaces, etc
ice cream cornet /arski:m tcnr/ (n)
language lle4gwrd3/ (n) = all the words
we use when we speak and write
l'd like a ... (phr)
local Aautet/ (n) = a person who lives in
Of course. (phr) = Sure.
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get lost (phr) = to lose your way
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with more money than it
customer
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easl /itzil (adj) = ¡61 difficult
empty lempti/ (adj) = with nothing
fruit /rrufl (n) = an apple, an orange,
Here you are. (phr)
a
delicacy tdehkasi/ (n) = special food
- tasty
,a<reJre/
costs
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delicious Tourlev (adj)
follow a map (phr)= to read a map to
/r1ernds/
ts
colours
(n) = the money you
get back when you pay for sth
change
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the same class as you
clothes l*auózl(pl n) = what we wear
colourful tkrlefeV (adj) = with lots of
else?
(n) = sb who gets
money from customers in a shop
cashier
¡-
put rubbish
flower
ad (p. 67)
Can I have a cola, please? (phr)
in
h'nl (n) = a container where we
inside
fishrr,J¡tnl=
watch a film (phr)
Anything else? (phr) = What
electronics /etktmnrks/ (pl n) =
electronic things
bu
stay in a hotel (phr) = to live in a
hotel for some time
tired (of) rtu'"¿/ (adj) = bored (00
lrxtl(n) = a ball, a doll, etc
travel agent /treval ,erdsent/ (n) = sb who
(v) = to start to exist
aquarium /akweeriam/ (n) = a place
hold /heutd/ (v) = to have
indoor ¡'n¿'l (adj) = being inside
modern building
loy
/epre/
a
antique /en'ti:ki (n) = an old piece of
furniture
SkysCraper /skar,skerpe/ (n) = a very tall
similar things
/[u:d k¡:r/ (n) = an area
animal lallrmeU (n) = a cat, a horse,
tiger, etc
/Jop": mcf/ (n) = a large
a variety of (phr) = a number of
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cdÍr lka:nl (n) = a metal container for
restau rants
food court
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shopping area with shops and
/darnescr/ (n)
would you like to have?
at the moment (phr) = now
ac (p. 66)
dinosaur
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shop for clothes (phr) = to go to the
shopping mall
appear
Thanks. (phr) = Thank you.
What can I get you? (phr) = What
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see sharks (phr) = to watch sharks
setvé /ss:v/ (v) = to offer food and
^op/
trainers
ltetrczr (pl n) =
aCCessOries /ekseseriz/
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where we can see pictures or
(adv) = many people
as a group doing sth
top
slice /shrs/ (n) = a flat piece of brean
cheese, meat, etc
screen /snin/ (n) = a flat glass surface
gg
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(n) = a very
that goes up and down steep
= achievement
sunglasses /s.tnglo:srzl (pl n) =
sweatshirt
/reu1e kauste/
fast train in an amusement park
a specific area
(n) = a place where
people can buy things
market
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mountain
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lmaunton/
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(n) = a high area of
land
pet /pet/ (n) = an animal that you keep
home
pineapple juice /parnrpar alu:v (n) =
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(v) = to travel on a horse or
bicycle
eggplant
/esplont/
essential
/r'senJal/
Atcrt/ (n) = a
tool
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(v) = to push sth in the air
¡tcrtiie/ (n) = Mexican bread
trad itiona I costume
cou
vegetable lved3tabel/ (n) = a carrot,
pepper, a lettuce, etc
-
set/g rou p/category
baked ,tertt (adj) = cooked in the oven
banana ,/beno:noi (n) = \:-/
/ui,n7
(n) =
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beef
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manners
(pl n) = polite
lma:nezl
behaviour
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breakfast spread
/'brekfasr spred/ (n) =
/¡,tta/ (n) = soft white/yellow
food made from milk
cabbage
= . fip
t'kebtüt {n)
carrot /k-rel (n)
=
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(n) = #ffi
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cauliflowelkolrflau¡/
c€r€ál /srori¡l/ (n) = muesli
cheese ftfiizl$)
= :i.,:.¡
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w,i.
y.,
an
announcement in a newspaper
event
crown the queen (phr) = to put
a
crown on the queen's head
Do you feel like (doing sth)? (phr) =
Would you like (to do sth)?
a show
/farewg:ks drspte/
(n) =
with colourful lights
exploding in the sky
Great idea! (phr) = Super!
l'd rather not. Let's ... instead. (phr)
paint your face (phr) = to put colours
=¿t^¿f-*.
on your face
parade ipererd/ (n) = a processlon of
people
Shall we ...? (phr) = What about ...?
Sure, why not! (phr) = 0f coursel
pasta /peste/ (n) = spaghetti
pepper rn.n"r (n)
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/nrends asusl
(n)
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Tpnpea/
"-r"*r
(n) = an outdoor fire
festival /festavel/ (n) = a number of
bonfire
={i
light
,lart/ (v) =
to make sth brighter
and more visible
postcard
/paustkord/
(n) = a card with
a
picture of a monument or
mixed eggs cooked in a pan
sliced Anrst/ (adj) = cut in slices
steamed rice /srirmd rars/ (n) = rice
/bonfara/
artistic events
(v) = to get ready
salmon /semen/ (n) = a type of pink fish
scrambled €ggs /skembeta'esz/ (pl n) =
food that you put on bread slices
butter
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That sounds goodl (phr) = Good ideal
rice /rars/ {n)
soft
=
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other /no"/ (det) = different '!5
orange juice
prepare
(n) = the meat of a cow
bOwl ,¡¡¿.rll (n) =
,¡ui't/
(n)
fireworks display
tettuce /retav (n)
need /ni'¿/ (v) = it's necessary for you
(adj) = that can be
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(adj) = 5ig¡¡¡¡,tn1
(v)
include Énklurd/
= to put in a
Ém'pcrant/
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orange /orandí (n) =
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/¡oear/
advert lr,dvsttl(n) = (advertisement)
jn hot oil
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mushroom /rmJru:m/ (n)
a
used
bean
b
(adj) = 6ee¡gd
ohioh rrnjeni
available
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lwctemelen/ (r'l) =
about a product, a job or an
cows/goats and drink*
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(adj) = nelessary
h€Xt /nekst (adj) = the following
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milk /mrrv (n) = what we get from
a
ntry
apple /epaV (n) =
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/tre drJenei'kostjum/
(n) = the national dress of
watermelon
yoghurt
=
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/tradrJenal/
water /wcfe/ (n) = .
recently
important
(n) = a piece of equipment that
^u:t/
you hold in your hand to do sth
tortilla
(fl)
grapes 7g,e,pv (pl n)
pictures
-l
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-
table where food and
take photographs (phr) = to take
/er,au/
=0
tn)=
(adj) = existing
for a long time without changing
fresh /r.eJ/ (adj) = (of food) made
drinks are offered
throw
food
made from milk
e99 /egl (n)
speak a language (phr) = to talk in
stall
/deeri pmd,tktT (n) =
soil and water
/rard/
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dairy product
(n) = heated bread
/te'moreu/
traditional
creamy ¡ni,mi/ (adj) = being smooth
pottery /poreri/ (n) = things made frorñ
ride
Gr
(n) =
/kDfr/
/rcust/
tomato
(n) =
/tJrken/
like cream
English, French, etc
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chicken
coffee
in the
':-¡
=
toast
eaten as food
list
landscape on one side
wonderful
/w¡ndefel/ (adj) =
fantastic
cooked over boiling water
strong
/str,cr:¡
(adj) = having a lot of
(n) = what we put in food
and drinks to make them sweet
/Jr-rge/
tea ftittn)=
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below freezing (phr) = (of
flavour
sugar
ai
qffi
temperature) below 0"C
characterise
l'ka:rtktera:r,l
(v) = to
describe
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climate /klamer/ (n) = the typical
weather in a place
opera house
dark /¿o,t/ (adj) = 6¡¿6¡
park /pot/ (n) = an open area with
plants where people can walk
desert Nez¿tl (n) = a large area of land
without water or trees
drop /an:p/ (v) = to become less
dry Jarat¡(adj) = (of weather) without
lást
(v) = to continue to exist for
some time
,ileol (adj) = [s¡e,!^/ the usual level
midnight suh /,mrdnart s,tn/ (n) = the sun
that you can see at night
period
/preried/
survive
/sevarv/ (v)
= to continue to exist
temperature /temprerJa/ (n) = how hot
or cold a place
tundra
/t.rnara7
(n) = a cold place
civi I izatio n /ernJent srvelar zerJen/
(n) = a well-developed society of
the past
aqUarium
/e'kweeriem/
(n) = a place
where people can see fish
beach /u¡:rJl (n) = a place with sand by
the
/tjarldhud/ (n) =
the period
when you are a child
can pay to eat and sleep
(adj) = 6¡9
lucky 7t,rty (adj) = fortunate
large
swimming
metal
recommend /rekemend/ (v) = to suggest
supermarket /surpemorkrt/ (n) = a large
modern
library ltatbraril(n) = a place with a
collection of books that you can
read or borrow
memor), /memari/ (n) = the ability to
remember
¡mo¿ni
(adj) = not old
mud /m.¿/ (n) = soft wet earth
museum tujulzrlml (n) = a place where
products, etc
you can see statues
(n) = á place where you
can watch a performance
/erete/
narrow ¡nerau¡{adj) = not wide
official /er+V (n) = sb who has a
zoo lzv.l(n) = a place where people
can see different animals
post office
5a (pp. 80-81)
pottery
f¡e¡
¿
(n) = a place
where you can buy stamps
soil and water
u.ry
region
hitüanl (n) = area
block of flats (phr) = a large building
with many apartments
small
(n) = a place
where you can pay and eat
(n) = a place where
theatre
trader
around the place they are
guarding
/klauóz lopi
large shop with many different
a
wide
/war¿/ (adj) =
workshop
¡e1 narrow
/w:rkJop/ (n) = a
-
having nothing
inside
fortress /f¡:trrs/ (n) = a large strong
building used for protecting a
place from attack
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building
with machines used for making
parts
/empti/ (adj)
job is to
person a good view of the area
(n) = a place
where you can buy clothes
empty
/trerdai (n) = sb whose
unlucky t¡nl,rki/ (adj) = having bad luck
watchtower /wntltaue/ (n) = gives the
/senm/
(n) =
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buy and sell goods
(n) = a place where
people can park their cars
/drpofmonr srJr/
¡n
(n) = a place where you
can watch a play
/kor pork/
department store
(adj) = ¡61 5¡n
worship gods
busy lbtzil(adj) = ¿¡1¡u.
café ltr¡tetl (n) = a place where you can
centre
/smc¿/
/resteront/
street /strirr/ (n) = a road
temple lrcmpa).1(n) = a building to
you can buy books
car park
/peust ofis/
6nteri/ (n) = things made from
restaurant
/bukflopl
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position of authority
baker's lbekezl (n) = a place where you
can buy bread, cakes, etc
bookshop
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iron and gold
clothing, toiletries, cleaning
clothes shop
work out
imetetl (n) = a substance such as
place where you can buy food,
theatre
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marketplace /morkrplers/ (n) = a place
where people buy things
burgers, chips, etc
9Ym /dsm/ (n) = a Place where you can
/hosprtl/
Tpurt/ (n) = a hole with water for
(n) = a place where you can eat
/fo:st,furd resteronr/
figure /fisa/ (n) = an important person
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bg¡e.t¡rt rt
(n) = downtown
city ¡sri/ (n) = a big town
fast food restaufant
(n) = a Small
(n) = a medical centre
hotel rheutel/ (n) = a place where you
have a coffee
sea
childhood
(adj) =
ancient /en[entl(adj) =
long time ago
s (p. 7e)
t
/pgrsanal/
lgrousezl
permarket
hospital
is
without trees
a n ci e n
su
(n) = a period of time many
years ago
(n) = some time
reach /rirj/ (v) = to get to
shine 4am¡ (v) = to produce light
grOGef's
relating to one particular person
pool
full (of) tr"v bdj) = complete
/porsr/
/lorst/
low
(n) = a theatre
and play
past
personal
ra¡n
€xiSt /rgzr.r7 (v) = to live
hold (in) /¡euic/ (v) = to keep (in)
/opera haus/
for musical plays
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or repairing things
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admire
(v) = to find sb/sth
attractive and pleasant to look
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/admare/
sail
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artist
/o:nst/ (n) = a
stone
painter, a musician,
trader
bank,ter:tv (n) = a building where
people can keep their money
boat
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wealthy
(v) = to construct
century /senrJeri/ (n) = a period of
¡wereii (adj) =
/,srvelarzerJen/
(n) = a well-
band
(v) = to be in
design Blzatnl(v) = to make a
il<entreul/
charge
(n) = a huge area
under
farmer /rome/ (n) = sb who owns a
¡e¡ costing
much
products
lharre,srrriks/ (nl n) =EIEE
¡ri,t,'v (v) =
to
chase
play board games (phr) = to play
chess, Monopoly, etc
(adj) = ve1y strong
pyramid /prromrd/ (n)
/pauafat/
=
river
¡nva7
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(n) = a Iong con{inuous flow
of water
the past
is
5d (p. 8s)
all ¡"'t¡ (det) = everyone
around here (phr) = somewhere not
far away
at weekends (phr) = on Saturday and
Sunday
beach
,tr'tl (n) = a place with sand by
boring /bcrrl/ (adj) = dull
deliver /drlwe/ (v) = to go to sb's house
and give them sth
dialogue
ln'tuttl(v) = to have fun
ldatetosl (n) = a conversation
Did you like it? (phr)
enthusiastic (about) Án,ojuziestrk/ (ádj)
=
mud /m¡¿/ (n) = soft wet earth
phone /feun/ (v) = to call sb on the
telephone
/sterJen/
the sea
dance hall/dornshcf/(n)= a large room
where people paid to dance in
,nirn-rl, tnioy
for food
powerful
very popular for a short time
crazy (about) lktetzil(adj) = liking
sb/sth very much
farm
goods huazt(pl n) =
hunt (for)
spy film /spa film/ (n) = a film with
ctdza- /ll:etzt(n) = an object/activity that
fish t¡lt(v) = to try to catch fish
gigantic ld3ars6;nrftl(adj)= ys¡y 5¡g
hieroglyphics
recent /rirsent/ (adj) = latest
shocked {ory (adj) = very surprised
and upset
(n) = a channel
teenager fti'netdsal (n) = sb who
,trren¿/ (n) = a group of musicians
who play popular music
is
on
between 13 and 19 years old
cheap f¡rp/ (adj) =
money
ruler
one
to music
station
drawing
of a building, machine, etc
colourful lhrlaraV (adj) = with lots of
discover /drsk¡vo/ (v) = to find
colours
/empare/
(n) = a design on clothes
/rerdieu/ (n) = a gadget you listen
Tprmy
secret agents
very rich
5c (p. 84)
hundred years
exist any more
¡t
to move
a
hurry ¡n"i7 (v) = to rush
lost city (phr) = a city that doesn't
I¡
print
place to another by air
¡u,t¿¡
/murn/
popular lpopjelet(adj) = liked by a lot of
(n) = sb who buys and
/trrenspcr/ (v) =
short skirt
(n) = the round object
that goes around the Earth
radio
sb/sth from one place to another
travel by plane (phr) = to go from one
building houses
d
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/trerde/
transport
brick ¡'unt/ (n) = a hard block for
empire
lllooh
/mrni sksr/ (n) = a
people
sells things
u, Xrgg<,
control
to build houses
university
/a'tend/ (v) = to go to (an event,
school)
developed society
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(n) = a hard material we
study /sr^di/ (v) = to go to school/
a sculptor
civilization
/staun/
use
attend
build
a
ship
of a line to the other
(pl n) =
live larvl (adj) = ¡e1 recorded
mini-skirt
sailor lsele/ (n) = sb who works on
(prep) = from the one end
llertest freJenz/
the most recent designs
etc through the water
aeroplane /earoptern/(n)
along
latest fashion5
a
(v) = to control a boat, a ship,
/serl/
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rule /¡u:l/ (v) = to be in charge of
country
keen, eager
Do you miss all that? (phr)
fadrcat(n)=acraze
fancy dress /,fensi'dres/ (n) = clothes
that you wear at a Carnival party
fashion
farm
/freJen/
(n) = a style of clothing
that is popular
fashionable
(n) = an area for growing
crops or keeping animals
(adj) = popular
floral /¡c:ret/ (adj) = 1ry¡16 images of
/feJenebeV
flowers on it
hippy style (phr) = the fashion in the
'1960s (i.e. floral
clothing and
long hair)
hit ,l'rtl (n) = a song, a film, etc that
ffo:ml
How was that? (phr)
It sounds like ... (phr) = tt seems like ...
miss /mrs/ (v) = to fail to do, see or
notice sth
outside búsañt(adv) = not inside
a
place
is
parent
lpeerantl
(n) = a father or mother
very successful
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emperor
covers most of the earth's
su
ftmperel
(n) = the ruler of an
empire
exactly
rface
achievement
(adv) = precisely
(n)
farmer /fome/
= (sb) who owns
sheep /¡i,p/ (n) = a farm animal with
lry'za:kttil
grass
5e (pp. 86-87)
fountain
alphabetical /elre'betrkeli (adj) = ¡¡ 1¡.
order of the letters of the alphabet
grow /srau/ (v) = to develop
high tav (adv) = a long way up
/ernJent/
archaeologist
/orki'oledsrst/
studies the civilisations of the
lorhtekrfá/ (n) =
the art of
designing buildings
(n) = a SCientiSt
who studies the stars and
astrOnOmer
/e'stroneme/
planets
believe ¡r¡iv/ (v) = to think that sth
true
(n) = a structure over
river, railway or road where
bridge
,ibndsl
is
a
people or vehicles can cross
builder
¡urt¿e/
(n) = sb who erects
buildings
certain lsg't"¡ (adj) = definite
Gofll
,4<en'str,rkl
for
(v) = to build
M/kr:n/ (n) [email protected]
,,,, =
culture
/rü\lrjai (n) =
/drstrcr/ (v) =
dictionary
/drkJeneri/
to damage
(n) = a book with
- left - left) /riwl (v) = to
su
rface
sb
attack /etek/ (v) = to try to hurt
sb
using violence
lcrtebarogrefiT
(n) = the
story of your life
bury lr,eril(v) = to put a dead body
palace lpebV (n) = a building where
kings and queens live
climb ,rum/ (v) = to go up using your
hands and feet
potato
coast
fudterteu¡
(n) = a round
i4<eusr/
vegetable with brown skin
(n) = the land next to the
sea
colony ¡mleni/ (n) = a country under the
running wittef
control
lr,rnrq wrrb/ (n) =
tap
(n) = a doctor,
physicist, a chemist, etc
/saranrrst/
a
debt
/sart/
to build
storage foolll
houses
lstcrrd3 rumT (n) = a place
where you keep things that you
don't
survive
disagree /drsesri:/ (v) = to have a
different opinion from sb else
disrupt
entire
(v) = to continue to
row
= not thick
ugly l^gtil (adj) = unattractive
of the sides of
about it
fear ftd (v) = to be afraid of
found a colony (phr) = to start a colony
metal for making jewellery
a
(n) = a good brave
cha racter
hero
/hrereu/
ill r'v
(ad¡¡ = 5¡6¡
r00m
weak /wi't/ (adj) = not strong
/rksplc:rel
glory /stcÍi7 (n) = honour and praise
gold /seutd/ (n) = a yellow-coloured
/em/ (adj)
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(v) = to stop sth from
(n) = sb who goes to
an unknown place to find out
/tempel/ (n)
/wcrl/ (n) = each
é
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Ántare/
explorer
= place of worship
terraced ft"'"rt (adj) = (of houses) in a
wall
/drsr,tpt/
(adj) = whole, complete
e55?! leser/ (n) = a composition
exist
temple
(n) = money that you owe sb
continuing
ts.tdnü/
/se'vaw/
¡¿eV
defeat /dri:í (v) = to beat sb
die /¿arl (v) = to stop living
use
(adv) = quickly and
unexpectedly
suddenly
¡4<an'¡eui/
work on a ship
(n) = a place
Stoh€ /steun/ (n) = a hard material we
site
political rule of another country
(v) = to be in charge
cr€w,&rurl (n) = all the people who
water
scientist
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related (to) irite't'¿l (adj) = ¡6¡¡s61q6
(with)
thin
violent movement of the earth's
(n) = acceptance
into the ground
another language
(v) = to find
earthquake /¡:okwerk/ (n) = a sudden
/eprurvel/
autobiograph!
a list of words explained in
/drs'k¡ve/
(n) = a high-ranking
attack /etek/ (n) = a violent act to hurt
/maunten/
thick ¡e'v (adj) = (of clothes) warm
discover
lredmeret/
apprOval
top
the beliefs and arts
of a civilisation
date back (to) l¿.'t b"k/ (phr v) = to
exist since (a date in the past)
destroy
admiral
sb said
(n) = a high land
area that may have snow at the
mountain
making chocolate
construct
=,gk,
(n) = the events of the
/hrsre¡i/
use
clever /neve/ (adj) = i¡1s¡¡¡t.ta
CoCoá lkeukeu/ (n) = a substance
tn)
go away from a place
past
architecture
ftauntenl
leave (leave
(n) = sb who
(ñ) =
á9r€e /esrir/ (v) = to say 'yes' to what
past
(adj) = from a very
long time ago
ancient
history
/e'tJirvment/
naval officer
field n'l¿¡ (n) = an area of
amazing ftmetn4l (adj) = ¿51e¡¡r¡¡nn
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accomplishment
a
farm
thick curly hair (wool)
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invasion
hn'veryanl
(n) = an army
silver
enter¡ng a foreign country by
(v) = to create sth new
^nvent/
invincible /mvrnsebel/ (adj) = Ll¡6s¿1t5¡.
fd3u',erzl(pl
knight lnattl(n) = a man who
fight on a horse
lead 4i,¿/ (v) = to guide
used
to
mad /mredi (adj) = 6¡¿2y
manage lmr,rl'dsl (v) = to succeed in sth
merciless /msrsrles/ (adj) = cruel
mighty ¡man¡ (adj) = greát
military leader
/,mrhteri'li:de/
(v) = to change place or
position
lnrevrserta/
lnervi/ (n) = an army
hov€l /noveV (n) = a long story with
imaginary characters and events
pay off /per of/ (phr v) = to be
successful after some time
/pararet/
¡paue/
talented lrc,bnt¿dt(adj) = gifted
terrifying
(n) = the ability to control
(adj) = pleased about sth
you have done or have
9U€€il &win/ (n) = a woman from a
royal family who rules a country
refer /nfsr/ (v) = to speak about sb/sth
reign Trern/ (n) = the period when sb is
together
musical /m1u:zrketl(n) = a play/film with
singing and dancing
only
fr"r¿ratzl
to stop working
because of old age
rule /'r't/ (n) = what you must or
mustn't do
sail he't/ (v) = to control a boat, a ship,
etc through the water
secret /sirtret/ (adj) = not known by
/eunli/ (adv) =
nothing/nobody
else except this
(v) = to frighten
tomb /tum/ (n) = a stone structure
where a dead person is buried
romance
/reu'mens/
(n) = a love story
sad /sred/ (adj) = u¡¡¿ptt
Scár! lskeeri/ (adj) = frightening
science fiction /sarens'fikJeni (h) =
treasure ltresel (n) = valuable object(s)
imaginary stories about the
tsar /rsori (n) = a Russian ruler
villain /v¡en/ (n) = the bad character in
future
(n) = a character
in a story who has super powers
superhero
a story
/supe,hrereu/
voyage /vcnds/ (n) = a journey by sea
thriller /enb/ (n) = a book/film about
sg (p. e0)
type
a
crime
action lreuen/ (n) = exciting and
important things happening in a
film
adventure
/edventle/ (n) = an
event full
of excitement, action and danger
lameta4l (adj) =
amazing
animated
/renemerted/
¿51q¡¡t¡¡tt
(adj) = moving
/tarp/ (n) = a kind
western
/wesren/
(n) = a film with
cowboys
sh (p. e1)
3D /e,i, ¿iy (adj)
actor /€kte/ (n) = a performer (man)
alien /ertien/ (adj) = s¡ creatures from
another planet
funny
boring /bcrqi (adj) = dull
amusing
comedy /kom¡di/ (n) = an amusing
play/film
awful /crev (adj) = terrible
depressing
/dr'presr4/
exciting
/rksartr4/
Don't miss it. (phr)
imagination
I'rraÍnn)l
(adj) = causing fear
funny lt,rnv (adj) = 6¿u5¡tg laughter
horror film /nore ttmi (n) - a very
frightening film
didn't like it. (phr)
I find it hard to ...(phr)
I loved ¡t. (phr)
¿¡¡¡¡6u¡1 1o
understand
(adj) = making you
fantasy lra,nnsil (n) = a film based on
I
on a computer
confusing ftenrj'"zrll (adj) =
feel happy
frightening
le'm¡utzt4l(adj) =
computer generated (phr) = produced
(adj) = making you
feel sad
a kingiqueen
/ritare/ (v) =
(adj) = very
images (for films)
prince /pnns/ (n) = a king's son
proud (proud - prouder - proudest)
retire
fterefarr4l
people
people
/praud/
match /mretli (v) = to look attractive
frightening
(n) = a sailor who
attacks other ships
power
It was great/amazing/fantastic, etc. (phr)
that fights at
sea
pirate
impossible to explain
(n) = an officer
who controls a ship
náv!
your attention
supernatura I /supe'netJeref (adj) =
(n) = sb
who controls an army
navigator
results that you wanted
terrorise
difficult
/murv/
successful /seksesfel/ (adj) = having the
n) = valuable stones
lmrresrrl/ (adj) = ¿11¡¿¡1¡nn
interesting
It was boring/tiring/frightening, etc. (phr)
without permission
invent
lnove
I quite liked it. (phr)
steal /sti'v (v) = to take sth from sb
force
jewels
(n) = a light grey metal for
making jewellery, coins, etc
/srtve/
= [e¡¡¡g
€X- /eks/ (prefix) = former
dull
¡¿nv (adj)
How about you? (phr)
(adj) = e1 people
It's a bore to watch. (phr)
human
lhjurmen/
It's a must-see. (phr) = Don't miss it.
marine /meri:n/ (n) = a soldier on a ship
(n) = the ability to think
native ¡""'t'u/ (adj) = local
mind
/marnd/
many people
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planet
lpta¿netl
(n) = each of the
that go around the
objects protect
/pre'tekt/
camper vdh /kempe u-n/ (n) = a large
(v) = to keep sb/sth
Plot /plol (n) = a story-line
recommendation /rekemen'derJen/ (n) =
pull huv (v) = to take sth out of
¿
suggestion
that helps peoPle in need
cycle /sartel/ (v) = to ride a btcycle
double-decker bus
opinion of sb/sth
sled Ar.¿/ 1n) =
a PlaY/film
survive /sevarv/ (v) = to continue to
fu
teepee /ri:pit (n)
exist
= ,@*
or things from one Place to
exciting
tribe
/trarui (n) = a
/renemel skrni
covering of an animal's bodY
the same race and customs
wooden ¡*u¿"/ (adj) = made of wood
/eta¡v/ (v) =
dlfivo
bring (bring
(v) =
to
airport
brought)
,'urq¡
to come to a Place and give
sb
sth
buffalo
/bnfeleui (n) = a
type of large
c0w
cdllo€
(n) = a tYPe of boat
lkontment/ (n)
= EuroPe,
Africa, etc
crop /krnp/ (n) = wheat, rice, etc grown
in fields
Earth /s:e/ (n) = the Planet where we
environment
/rnvarerenment/
(n) = the
natural world around us
grow (grow - grew - grown) /greu/ (v) =
/sesthaus/ (n)
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(n) = new
machines and gadgets
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/teknoled:i/
/,volenne/
volunteer
(n) = sb who does
/vnlentra/
¡=
PaY
(v) = to do helpful
work without
yacht
a
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sail Ae¡/(v) = to control a boat, a ship,
etc through the water
helpful work without
= a small hotel
in fact (phr) = actuall¡l
politics /poletrks/ (n) = beliefs about
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¡ov (n) = a tYPe of boat with
sails or an engine
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tourist
/strnktJe/
(n) = a building
/tuerrsti (n) = sb
who travels for
pleasure
worship lw:rJry/ (v) = to show respect
for a god
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native ,n.t¡tu¡ (adj) = local
on foot (Phr) = walking
accident /rksedent/ (n) = a car crash,
(n) = an area
Place /pters/
body language ibndi largwrds/ (fl) =
using movements to saY sth
plane crash, etc
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ancient ruins
/ernlent
*"nrl (n) = what
left of historic buildings
is
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(adj) = wonderful
camel /kemev (n)
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=
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qls¿¡ ¡lr:/ (adj) = clean
climate /klarmet/ (n) = the typical
G
/brrljent/
=
a
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active tet¡v/ (adj) = (of a volcano)
likely to eruPt soon
brilliant
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modern /modn/ (adj) = new
WL2O
(adj) = without
/suvesi:z/
volunteer
/feri beut/ (n) = a boat for
carrying PeoPle and cars
(n) = cleaning'
washing, etc in the house
hunting /n¡n¡r:/ (n) = chasing and
killing animals for food
look after liuk o:ftel (phr v) = to take
top/
(adv) = abroad
quad bike /kwod bark/ (n) = a tYPe of
overseas
technology
power
structure
/hauswsrk/
= 4K
bike
small house in
discuss ¡¿isttv (v) = to talk about
electricity /ehktrrsati/ (n) = electric
to develoP
housework
open-top /eupen
roof
(n) = the land next to the
guesthouse
live
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(n)
trains, planes, etc
the countrY
ferry boat
rhelrkoptal
means of transPort (Phr) = 5Llt.t,
the place where
/kotrd¡/ (n) = a
EEE-
the body
sea
cottage
ike'nur/
continent
,4<eust/
Ets
injury /rndseri/ (n) = physical harm to
business lurzneV (n) = making money
by buying and selling goods
coast
(v) = to travel bY air
gesture /d3estJe/ (n) = a movement of
nurt
helicoPter
aeroplanes land and take off
reach
- brought -
¡eepcd (n) =
E-
knowledge or skill
fly
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/¿ra'v/
tent
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(n) = the
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go camping (phr) = to go on holidaY
in a
group of people of
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animal skin
brv (n)
your hands/head to saY sth
another in vehicles
You'll love it. (Phr)
You should see it' (phr)= Don't miss it'
/¿¡.bet dek¡
(v) = to control a car
experience /rkspreriens/ (n) = gained
drive
y
trading /trerdr¡/ (n) = buying and selling
transport /transpc:t/ (n) = taking people
terrible lrcrebatl(adj) = horrible, awful
thrilling lonlr:/ (adj) = extremely
E-
charity /tjer?ti/ (n) = an organisation
a
place with Your hands
respect /n'spekt/ (v) = to have a good
star /sto:i (v) = to be the protagonist in
beds and cooking facilities
with
safe
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climb ,ttam/ (v) = to go up using Your
hands and feet
(n) = seashore
definitely /defenatli/ (adv) = certainly
coastline
dive
boat
bun
,b¡n/
bus /¡',/ (n)
.
explore /rksplc/ (v) = to look around
ferry ride I'rel ratdl(n) = a trip on a
forget fegel (v) = to not remember
go bungee jumPing (Phr) = to do a
=
(n)
,4<.¡nu:/
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= '-f*tÉ
cable car /terbat
coach
ko:/
(fl)
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get off
¡nailaú (n) = the most
(n) = money/goods
given to help people
donation
(adj) = s¡¿
get on
a
(v) = to push yourself up in
(phr v) = to walk onto
a
/geust/
boat for travelling on canals in
the air
make a dream come true{Phr)
-
(n)
helicopter
wanted very much
look,lut/ (n) = an expression that you
make with your eyes
(n) = a high land
area that may have snow at the
/maunten/
top
(n) = an aeroPlane
pretty /prrti/ (adv) = quite
plane
/ptern/
(v) = to sit on a horse or
/rar¿/
bicycle and control its movement
/helrkopr¡t
lrDri/tnl=ffi&j
lorry
lost in thought (phr) = thinking deeply
old-fashioned /aoldteJend/ (adj) = not
modern
on board (phr) = on a boat/train/
a i rcraft
river cruise hlak:lrllzl(n) = a journey on
a river for pleasure
puzzled
'¡@
ski¡u,t1v¡=-r- ' \
receptionist
shark
r¡o:kr
1n¡
the sky meets mountains or
buildings
/sc:V
(n) = a Person, thing or
place that you get sth from
(n) = a short journeY
lry trat (v) = to attemPl ,
volcano /vol'kernau/ (n) = g$g
/rnp/
w
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bike ,tarv (n)
blond(e)
=
¡¡rono/
(adj) = confused
raft /rofl (n) =*,,. .:r,
a small motorbike
scooter lskurc/(n)
.,i =
ship 4'n/(n)=ffi
still¡uv(adj) = not moving
suit
Aut/
(n) = a jacket and trousers
&
train nrern/(n)= x€
. b:,
taxi¡reksir(n)=
tram
váh
/rrrm/1n)=jP***
tvrn/(n)= ffib
wear my hair (phr) = to have mY hair
,n[, )v
in a style
#W
(adj) = with yellow hair
¡i'Ááplamst/
and gives them their rooms
skyline rskarlañ/(n)= the line where
source
¡p,tza1d/
(n) = a person
in a hotel who welcomes people
=
hand in hand (phr) = holding each
other's hand
(h) =
group of people that you live
host community
=W
manage to do/get sth that }/ou
mountain
fulfilment fiul'rilmenr/ (n) = feeling happy
with your life
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to
weird
/wre¿/
firro¡
country
(n) = a dead person's spirit
gondola /sondele/ (n) = a long narrow
ghost
(n) = gained
(n) = an area of grass
foreign ¡ro'en/ (adj) = from another
bus, train, etc
ice climbing lars klarmrl/(n) = a sport in
which one climbs icefalls
/set on/
Ákspreriens/
knowledge or skill
bus, train, etc
history comes to life (phr)
/deuner1en/
experience
field
(phr v) = to walk off
/etau/
charity lrlajt.€tll(n) = an organisation
that helps people in need
@
/set'nr/
a
different
(n) = a bus for long
/etdeü/
/eksepV
(v) = to let
change /t1em¿l (n) = things getting
allow
'*4-
people and cars
important part
trip
on
journeys
with many mountains
ride
(v) = to say 'yes'
aid programm€ lerd,preugrem/ (n) =
plan to help people
accept
ferry /ieri/ (n) = a boat for carrying
highlands lhaí¿ndzl(pl n) = an area
/o3,tmp/
¡<eutj/
elderly
bungee jump
jump
ry
=ffi
JüÓ- G'.
car/ko/(n)=
ferry boat
highlight
(¡) = hair fastened
top of a woman's head ,f
(v) = to go under the surface
of the sea, a lake, etc
6c (p. 102)
flowers
/keustlarn/
/¿aw/
ffi.
=
bouquet /bo"kl(n) = a bunch of
/¡ourr tnl
(adj) = strange
á
as a guest for some time
with
join
/troust kemjurneti/
(v) = to connect
long-term /lo4'tsrm/ (adj) =
/¿scm/
6q¡1¡¡r¡tt
for a long time in the future
medicine /medsen/(n) = a substance for
curing an illness
organise
l¡tg¿natzl(v) =
overseas
/euve'si:z/
participate (in)
to arrange
(adv) = abroad
/poitrsepert/ (v) = to take
part
positive
rebuild
/poz;;rll (adj) = qp1¡m¡t1¡,
hirb,ld/ (v) =
to build again
(v) = to look for
service ¡ssrvrv (n) = help offered by
search
/ssrty
a
business
the homeless /óe'heumles/ (n) = people
with no home
unforgettable
/^nfo'setebá1/
(adj) = that
you will never forget
unskilled
¿,rnsnta/
(adj) = with no
specialwork skills
voluntary
/vnlenteri/
(adj) = offering
helpful work without
volunteer
/volentre/
PaY
(v) = to do helpful
work without pay
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laptop
(v) = to go to
care for /tee fe/ (phr v) = to look after
attend
/etend/
laugh
collect ,&etekl (v) = to pick up
disabled /drs'erbetd/ (adj) = ¡¿¡¿¡.rOO.O
donate
an event for collecting money to
help people
raffle ticket
online
(h) =
/em pi:'Ori;,plere/
the fastest
ticket in
a
What's your availability? (phr)
body language
head
show
situation
awkward /c:kwsd/(adj) = not relaxed
delighted /drrarted/ (adj) = pleased
smartphone
(n) = the
way that a GPS receiver works
when it is in a car
embarrassing /rmberesr{ (adj) = 6¿u5¡¡t
shame
(v) = to get into
forum /fc:rem/ (n) = a TV programme
/ento/
/vtluerjen/ (n) = a condition
smack-bang /smek be4/ (adv) = exactly
lsmorrfeun/
(n)
¿
gadget for showing your exact
position
I can't
wait. (phr) = I am very excited
(n) = rules for polite
firm /t:nv (adj) = tight and strong
fist frsr/ (n) = a closed hand
gift
/'dseneres/
meeting people with the same
interests as yours
greet
spot /spol (n) = a place
SqUare t.kweol (n) = drl OP€rl area in
grip
city with buildings around
/srjup,d/ (adj) =
foolish, silly
/reknoled¡i/(n) =
-t
!=
=
,¡!
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/súr/ (v) =
/gru/ (n) =
to say 'hello' to
=
h
sb
holding sth tightly
¡sraund/(n)
= the surface of the
I
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Earth
handshake
a
small portable computer
technology
5
ts'ttl
ground
a
¡-=
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/fjunarel/ (n) = a ceremony for
burying a dead person
=,
important
(n) =
/etrt<etl
(adj) = wanting to
give money to help people
tablet computer /treblet ken\pju:te/ (n) =
/gedsrt/ (n) = a small useful
device
(adj) = not
behaviour
generous
stupid
gadget
/drsdspekrfet/
(n) = a present
globe Tsteuu/ (n) = the Earth
/saulet 'netwárv
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computer
social networking
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disrespectful
/k^mfrebel/
funeral
a
E
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(n) = a mobile
phone that can work as
F
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(adj) = 6e5y
confused ftenfjr:zdl (adj) = puzzled
comfortable
etiquette
where people discuss sth
ld3i: pir es rr,si:ve/
cheek ui'tv (n) = each of the two soft
parts of the face under the eyes
/stratJ/
application ¿aptke{en/(n) = asking for
sth in writing
receiver
using movements to say sth
respecting
reply hptar/ (n) = an answer
(v) = to rub the skin with
the nails
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ldtutut4 ,meu¿/
lkw]u ]eul(n) = a game
recycle lrirsarker/ (v) = to process used
things so that they can be used
scratch
driving mode
prkt1e/(n) = a
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burp ,b:p/ (v) = to loudly force air from
the stomach through the mouth
again
You can start on ... if you like. (phr)
(v) = to try not to do sth
nose
(adv) = connected to the
/ontam/
quiz show
/e'vcr¿/
blow your nose (phr) = to clean your
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picture that shows a side of sb's
lrefel,trker/ (n) = a
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the value/importance of sth
avoid
profile picture /preufarl
shelter /1elte/ (n) = a safe place
We could use someone to ... (phr)
GPS
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competition that can win prizes
enter
(fl) =
Teavars/
(n) = feeling angry
appreciate /eprirJierr/ (v) = to recognise
an9€r
music
(phr v) = to take
rdc€ /ren/ (n) = a competition to see
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that sb should do
gadget that stores and plays
care of
who
mobile phone
MP3 player
l'm interested in ... (phr)
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food in a restaurant
advice
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with
telephone that you can carry
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What do you think of this?
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you smile to show that you are
¿o,r/
llekr1e/ (n) = a university lesson
lll€hu /menju:/ (n) = a list of all kinds of
lflndrerzr4 rvent/ (rt) =
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(n) = machine you play video
lecture
money/goods to help people
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video game console
that you can carry with you
amused
/deuner/ (v) = to give
fundraising event
ltr:ptopl (n) = a small computer
n€w
machines and gadgets
text message ltekst,mesrds/ (n) = an SMS
try out l,trat autl(phr v) = to test sth
turn off ltsn ofl (phr v) = to switch off
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loosen ¡tusen/ (v) = to make sth less
tight
nod your head (phr) = to move the
head up and down to say'yes'
obliged /eblard¡d/(adj)= having to do sth
point (at) Tpcrnt/ (v) = to show sb/sth
with the finger
/petart/
pieces
dentist
/rispekt/
parts of the hand
cold
headache ¡nederk/ (n) = a pain in the head
injury And3ari/ (n) = physical harm to
(n) = having a good
sb's body
shake hands (phr) = to greet sb by
holding their right hand and
right
foot
person
strength
= physical energy
Tsreae/(n)
thoughtful ¡ecreV (adj) = thinking of
how you can make people happy
thumb
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le,rm/
(n) = the short thick finger
(n) = an illness
ankle /r¡tel/ (n) = the joint connecting
the foot with the leg
¡resprrn/ (rt) = a drug that
pick Gb) up
/bendrds/
(n) = a soft material
for protecting wounds
cold ,t
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(n) = a common illness that
you usually get in winter
(n) = an event/
/prk ,tp/
(phr v) = to collect
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/rerndse/
(n) = sb who looks after
/ritekserJen/
(n) = rest
rustling /r.tsh4/ (n) = the sound that
leaves make when the wind
scream /skrim/(v) = to make a loud
noise because you feel scared,
ert</
(n) = a pain in
Sequence /si:twenV(n) = a SerieS Of
events
set up /ser'^p/(phr v)= to put up
tent
/tenl (n) = a
symptom lsrmptam/(n) = a sign that you
have a particular illness
trip
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or cold a place
/turoerk/
(n) = how hot
(n) = a pain in
(n) = the low sound that sth
heavy makes when it hits sth else
le,r¿l
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to hit sth with your foot
and fall
wilderness
is
portable shelter you
can camp in
lwrldenes/
(n) = a natural area
a
tooth
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twist
(v) = to injure a joint (an
ankle, a wrist, etc)
antenna
wrist
/nst (n) =
/twrst/
(n) = a gadget that
sends/receives mobile phone/
the joint connecting
the hand with the arm
a:nr¿nel
radio signals
base station lbers sterjen/ (n) = a device
reduces pain
bandage
/msedenr/
occu rence
thud
toothache
aspirin
see
sunburn /s,tnbs:n/(n) = painful skin from
sitting in the sun for too long
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/erlment/
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the stomach
on the side of the hand
ailment
in sight (phr) = in a place that you can
angry, excited, etc
ankle, a wrist, etc)
temperature
ffntzl
passes through them
(v) = to injure a joint (an
stomach ache
/strerndse/
(v) = to stand still
hike ,liart¡ (v) = to walk
freeze
throat
(n) = an unknown
(phr v) = to
lfarewud/
relaxation
/rurm/
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a forest
(v) = to destroy
sore throat /scr oreut/ (n) = a pain in the
ruin
= ¡u¡¡ of people
(n) = wood for
making a fire
body with clothes
(n) = the bottom part of the
stranger
firewood
ranger
/marne/
overeat /euvetif/ (v) = to eat too much
put on Tput nn7 (phr v) = to cover your
(n) = rules
for polite behaviour
/seut/
lamp/
end up with
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(adj) = ¡91 serious
nosebleed /neuzblird/ (n) = blood
minor
(n) = evidence, indication
smile Amart/(v) = to turn up your mouth
to show you are happy
sole
drop
(v) = to pull
(v) = to become less
floor
flowing from the nose
/seuJel etrket/
/¿reg/
incident
yourself flat on a bed/on the
moving it
side to side (phr) = to move left to
social etiquette
drag
lie down l,tat'daunl(phr v)= to put
/rud/ (adj) = ¡¡¡ps¡¡1.
secrecy /sirkrcsi/ (n) = keeping sth secret
Aarn/
/kauded/ (adj)
flow ¡n*¡ (v) = to move continuously
flu flu/ (n) = an illness similar to a bad
opinion of sb
crowded
result in sth bad
fever /fi:ve/ (n) = having a temperature
finger ffr4sa/ (n) = each of the long thin
rude
sign
(n) = a doctor for the
/dentrst/
coyote /kcreuti/(n) = a wild dog
teeth
(adj) = kind
purse your lips (phr) = to make a circle
with your lips to show doubt
respect
,4ai:m/
cut A^l(v) = to make into smaller
make eye contact (phr) = to look at sb
directly in the eyes
polite
(n) = a SubStanCe for Skin
(e.9. to heal or protect it)
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for communication between
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bear,tee/(n) = a large wild animal
campsite /kempsart/ (n) = a place where
mobile phones
cell
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(n) = the smallest part of every
living thing
people can camp
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channel ¡1enV (n) = a television/radio
station
communicate
,4<o'mjurruker/
(v) = to be in
connect ,tenekl (v) = to join, to bring
together
Gov€I lktve/ (v) =
to put sth over sth
else
disguise ftissar,l(v) = to change the
appearance so peoPle don't
recognise sb/sth
frequency /friftwensi/ (n) = how often
with
hide
,arard/
/set'oru,/
keep in touch (Phr) = to not lose
uS€r /jurze/ (n) = sb who uses sth
manage lmr:wül(v) = to accomPlish
network lnetwgrk/ (n) = a system of
(phr v) = to deal
a difficult situation
(v) = to keep sth out of view
/trensmrt/
(adj) = that you can see
walkie-talkie lwrrki tcki/ (n) = each of
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the two gadgets that two peoPle
to speak to each other from
use
other
a distance
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radio wave
/rerdieu,wew/ (n)
= how
/sefrstrkerted/
(adj) = very
modern
(n) = a tall narrow building,
sometimes Part of a castle
tower
/raue/
/brherv/ (v)
behave
= to act in
a
particular way
sound travels
cultural
/k^trlerol/ (adj)
= relating to the
arts
gently
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roads/lines connected to each
notice
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signals electronically
visibf
sophisticated
sth happens
get through
transmit
contact
contact with
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keep an eye out (Phr) = to watch
carefully
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carefully
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A: Where are you from?
B: I'm from Russia.
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are winter sports.
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2 Cherries are my faqourite fruit.
3 I like pasta, yoghurt and chicken. I don't like
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l'm in my teens. l'm slim with long, curly, brown
hair, blue eyes and full lips.
My friend Mark is in his teens. He's short and
plump. He's got short, curly, dark hair, brown
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ln my country, it is important to have a firm
handshake and to look someone in the eyes
when you meet them, otherwise you will seem
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The event is on Friday, 28th May at 7pm.
The event is outside the Town Hall'
You need to bring a bike and refreshments'
Everyone over 1 5 years old can take part.
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and it is too long.
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When I got on the train, I was very tired from
walking and sightseeing in Paris. I went straight to
my cabin and fell right to sleeP.
I woke up in the morning and the first thing I saw
was a strange man staring at me. We both got a
shock and then I realised he was a worker on the
train. He asked me what I was doing on the train
and that's when I realised that the rest of the cabin
was empty. lt turns out, I overslept! The train was
already on its way back to Parisl
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Jackie just called. She's sick and asked me to take
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no door where they spend the night. The next
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A: OK. Single. And what nationality are you?
B:
Exercise 3b (p. 5)
Hi, my name's Peter. I am fourteen years old.
Hi, l'm Sally. I am thirty years old.
Hello, my name is Susan. l'm twelve years old.
B:
1515 Primrose Street, Portland. That's number 1515,
Primrose P-R-l-M-R-O-S-E Street.
A: Last question. What is your telephone number?
B:
Exercise 2 (p. 8)
Hi, my name is Bob. My favourite hobby is reading. My
favourite writer is Stephenie Meyer.
Hello! My name is Rosa. My favourite hobby is art. lt's
also my favourite subject at school.
Exercise 2 (p. 10)
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Hello, my name's Peter.
I am a fire fighter.
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dangerous job.
Hello, my name's Kelly.
I am a
nurse
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Hospita l.
Hello, my name's Anna and I like painting. I am an
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Hi, my name's Steven and I love animals. I am a vet.
Exercise 6a (p. 15)
Good afternoon, listeners. Police are looking for four
missing people. The first missing person is a middleaged man named Chris Morgan. Chris is 56 years old. He
has got short grey hair, blue eyes and a moustache. The
second missing person is a girl named Sally Radel. Sally
is 25 and of medium height. She has got long, straight,
fair hair and green eyes. Police are also searching for
Mary Carmichael. Mary is eighteen years old and has got
brown hair and brown eyes. She is slim and of medium
height. We are also looking for Jim Grady. He is a tall
man in his late sixties. He's got a beard, a moustache
and grey hair. lf you see them, please contact the
nearest police station.
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Exercise 1b (p. 18)
Hi, my name's Paul. I'm 18 years old and l'm from Florida.
I am a student at the University of Florida. I'm good at
sports. I can swim and dive. I can even dance and I can
play the guitar. lt's my hobby. I can't cook or sing.
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My telephone number is 503-153-5482. That's 503153-5482.
A; Thank you,
Kelly. The
this Saturday.
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See you there!
Exercise 2 (p. 20)
Quiz show hosf..Welcome, viewers, to today's quiz show
on famous landmarks. Contestants, Alex and Kelly, are
you ready?
Kelly:Yes.
Afex: Yes.
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A: And what's your address?
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A: American ... OK ... and how old are you, Kelly?
Exercise 5 (p. 18)
A; Good morning. Can I help you?
B; Hello. l'm here to join the football team.
A; Great! Let me take your details. What is your first
name?
B: Kelly.
A: Nice to meet you, Kelly. What's your surname?
B: Samuels. That's S-A-M-U-E-L-S. Samuels.
A: Great. Kelly Samuels. OK, next question. Are you
single or married, Kelly?
Quiz show hosf; OK. Here is the first question.
city is the Great Sphinx?
Alex:lt's in Beijing, China.
Quiz show hosf; Sorry, Alex, that's wrong. Kelly?
ln which
Kelly: lt's in Giza, Egypt.
Quizshowhost: Correct, Kelly. The Great Sphinx is in Giza,
Egypt. Next question. Where is the Leaning Tower of Pisa?
Kelly: ll's in ltaly.
Quizshow host; That's right, Kelly. The Leaning Tower of
Pisa is in ltaly. Kelly, you now have two points. Third
question.
ln which country is the Sun Pyramid
of
Teotih uacán?
AIex: ll's in Mexico.
Quiz show host: That's right, Alex. The Sun Pyramid of
Teotihuacán is in Mexico. Fourth question. Where is the
CN Tower?
Kelly: lt's in Washington, D.C., USA. '
Quiz show host.' Sorry, Kelly, that's wrong. Alex?
AIex: lt's in Toronto, Canada.
Quiz show hosü.' Correct, Alex. The CN Tower
is
in
Toronto, Canada. Kelly and Alex, you both have two
points. Fifth question. Where is the Taj Mahal?
Kelly: lt's in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Quiz show host.' No. Sorry, Kelly. That's wrong.
AIex: lt's in Agra, lndia.
Quizshow host: Correct, Alex. The Taj Mahal is in Agra,
lndia. Last question. Where is the Emerald Buddha?
Kelly: lt's in Bangkok, Thailand.
Quiz show hosf: Correct, Kelly. The Emerald Buddha is in
Bangkok, Thailand. Kelly and Alex, you both answered
three questions correctly. lt's a tie! Congratulations to
you both!
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Exercise 3b (p.22)
Anno:My favourite hobby is cycling because I'm good at
cycling and I can ride my bike very well. I have got a
beautiful bike. lt's blue.
l'm single.
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Woman: There is one on Cawley Street.
Exercise ac (p. 23)
two to five.
Woman: Oh, right. There's another one on Bleeker
Street over the bridge before James Road.
Speaker A
l'm Antony and I'm from Brazil. Most people in my
country are good at football, but l'm not. My favourite
sports are basketball and cricket. I can't play cricket well,
but l'm very good at basketball. l'm in the school team.
Speaker B
l'm Becky from the UK. My hobby is reading. I enjoy reading
everything and anything. I don't like sports because l'm not
any good at them. My friends play basketball and football,
but I can't play any sport at all, l'm not artistic either so I
can't paint and I can't play a musical instrument.
Speaker C
My name is Chris and l'm from lreland. ln my free time
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How much is Jenny's rent?
Woman: How is your new flat, iohn?
Man:lt's huge! And the rent is cheap f315.
Woman: You're lucky. Mine is more expensive, it's
f415.
Mdn: Well, there is an open one in my building for
f350. Do you want to come and see it?
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What is next to the supermarket?
Woman: ls the supermarket opposite the florist's?
Mon: No, it's next to it. The pet shop is opposite the
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like listening to music and playing sports. l'm really
good at cricket and I play for the local team every
weekend. I play football and basketball at school, too,
perma rket.
Woman: Oh, that's right. And the bookshop?
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Man:fha(s behind the pet shop.
but l'm not a very good player.
Speaker D
l'm Donna from Scotland. I can play the piano. I really
love it and l'm not bad at it. l'm not into sports, but
sometimes watch football on TV. My favourite hobby, is
painting. l'm really good at it.
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What can the girl see from her flat?
Man: Hi, Sue. How is your new flat?
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Man: Oh, reallyl Can you see the forest next to the
Womon: lt's great! lt's
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Sam:This is my friend, Jack.
Kate:Hi, Jack. Nice to meet you!
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Kote:Do you go to our school?
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Jock: Not me, I don't like getting up early, but sometimes
ldon't have a choice because llive in a flat and my
flatmates are loud.
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Man: Have you got a cooker?
Woman: Of course, but I haven't got a toaster.
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David: Yes, we are on an excursion. That's my dad, John.
He's tall and has got a beard and a moustache. He's very
kind. Next to him is my mum, Helen. She's very gentle.
ln front of her is my sister, Sally. Behind Sally is Tony, my
brother. He's very funny.
Ann:You have a great fam¡ly, David.
James: Yes. She has small roles in plays, but she really
wants to appear in films and on TV.
Emma: And who's this?
James: That's my sister, Katie. She's at university. She
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Amy: I have a twin brother and two sisters.
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Amy:They both work in the same hospital. My mum's a
nurse and my dad's a doctor. What about your parents?
Nick: Well, my mum's a teacher at an elementary school.
My dad's a pilot. He lives in Toronto.
Amy: You mean they are divorced?
fVick: Yes. My mum and I live with her parents now.
Amy:ls this your grandma?
lVick; Yes, it is. Come and meet her.
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Exercise 3 (p. s6)
Reptiles date back about 280 million years. Yes, that's
all,
even though they are not around anymore. These days,
there are about 6,000 types of reptiles including snakes,
lizards, turtles, alligators and crocodiles.
Some reptiles are dangerous. Some have got very sharp
teeth, such as alligators. Some species of snakes are
poisonous, such as tiger snakes in Australia and Coral
Snakes in the Americas, to mention a few.
We can find reptiles all over the world, except in very cold
places. Some live on land and some live in water, but most
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Emma: Wowl My mum's a vet, too. She wants me to
become one, but I want to be an artist.
James: l'm no good at art. I want to become an author
and write books.
Emma: You write really well. I read all your articles in the
school newspaper.
Jdmes: I do short stories as well. Do you want to read
some?
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Sonya: Can I have a bunch of those, please?
Merchant: These red roses?
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Emmd: He's got light hair and blue eyes just like your
mum!
Jomes: I know. Katie and Sam both look like my mum,
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a large juice, please?
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please.
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Merchont: You must see this scarf.
George: lt's nice, but that ring is perfect.
Merchant: Good choice.
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Cinco de Mayo, Nebraska
People
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celebrate Cinco de Mayo. The festival starts on April 30th
and ends on May 2nd. The first evening is very special,
you can watch them crown the queenl lt begins at 6:45,
so be sure to get there early. People of all ages can enjoy
going on carnival rides and watching the fantastic
parade. And that's not alll Don't miss the live music,
delicious food, and all the great funl On May 1st there's
a special treat, a burrito eating contest! lt's free to enter
so bring your appetite! Sunday May 2nd is the 5K
run/walk. lt starts at 9 am, so you can wake up and run!
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Moria: Hi Eddy. lt's a lovely sunny day today. What are
the summer temperatures like in your country?
Eddy: During the day, it's around 35"C, but on hot days,
it can reach 45oC and at-nig.llt the temperature only
drops to 30"C.
Morio: What about the other seasons?
Eddy; Summer lasts a long time and that makes autumn
and spring shorter, sometimes about 4 weeks each.
love spring the best because the weather is mild.
Maria: Do you get a lot of rain?
Eddy: No, we don't, so people don't have grass in their
Exercise a (p. 82)
ln ancient Rome, most people didn't have much time for
fun. However, when they did have time they all, rich or
poor, loved to play games. They had fun ball games"
board games, and also dolls and toy soldiers. One ball
game was a lot like our popular game of football today.
Romans went to bath houses once a day to bathe and
swim. The ancient Romans worked hard all day. Most
people could not read or write because they couldn't 9o
to school. Only rich boys went to school. The ancient
Romans loved music. They could play the flute and the
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Most young people love films and they go to the cinema
once or twice a month. We asked a few teenagers if
they go to the cinema and what films they go to see.
Speaker 1
I actually go to see quite a lot of films and I don't really
know if I can say that I have a favourite type. l'm not
very picky and I think that I enjoy everything from
comedy to horror. I guess I just love going to the cinema.
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gardens. Most people have very small gardens, and they
don't have flowers in them. They have desert plants that
don't need much water to survive.
Maria: Does it snow in winter?
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because I'm
simply too tired in the evenings. The last time lwent to
the cinema was last summer. I went to see an old black
and white film in an outdoor cinema and I fell asleep
halfway through the film. I usually rent DVDs and watch
them at home at the weekend, but even then I rarely
see a film all the way to the end.
Usually, it's just windy and rainy during the winter
months and then we have to go to school!
Speaker
Maria:What do you think of the weather here in England?
Eddy:ll's a lot colder than my country. You think today is
warm, but I think it's chilly. I always take an umbrella
everywhere I go of course!
Maria: What's the worst thing about the weather here?
Eddy:Well it rains a lot, but it doesn't stop me going out - |
just go somewhere indoors! I keep warm with a thick coat
on cold days. The weather condition I like least of all here is
wind - an umbrella is no good when you can't put it up!
sometimes more. I really enjoy going in the morning on
Saturdays and Sundays and I mostly see adventure or
action films. My parents get upset, though, because all
of my allowance goes to the cinema.
Maria: That's true
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1 Mork: So, Jane, how was Your weekend?
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Mory: What was the PlaY like, TonY?
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going to the cinema with friends. Last weekend we
went twice. lt was great.
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I love watching films and I usually see about four or five
a week but never at the cinema. I don't know exactly
why, but I can't stand the cinema. I prefer to watch films
at home. My parents bought me a great big screen, so I
always invite my friends over. What's more, it's cheaper
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High Fin's is famous for its Aquatunnel and, as you can
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and has a moving walkway. you can see 200 different
species swimming around above your heads. lt's full of
amazing sea life.
This week is Special Dive Week and the aquarium is
inviting visitors to explore the underwater world.
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unlucky me to come down with the flu. I had such a
high fever that when I woke up after falling asleep in
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It's very quiet and open here with no one around for miles.
It must be late summer as the field is full of yellow corn.
The weather is fine and the sky is blue with a few patches
of cloud in it. The people are probably a group of friends.
They are dressed in jackets and shorts and they seem to be
wearing helmets. They are crossing the field from one side
to the other. I can't see a road. They are going along what
appears to be a path. I imagine they feel very relaxed and
are enjoying the fresh air and the countryside.
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went out and bought myself a new white snow
jacket. That was a huge mistake. The temperature
was just below zero and my nose was feeling really
dry. My doctor says this is always a warning sign. On
the way down my first slope I felt a warm liquid start
dripping down my nose. By the time I got down the
hill, my new jacket was covered with blood!
a guide book, it's only €2.
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When my sister and I went to Hawaii last summer we
decided to hike up Kilauea, the Big lsland,s famous
volcano. lt was a long hike, but seeing the lava
flowing was so amazing! Anyway, things took a bad
turn when on the way back I stepped on a big rock
and nearly fell over. I was in so much pain that we
had to have a car drive us back to the hotell
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because today is Friday, High Fin's is open until 9 pm.
hope you enjoy your trip and visit us again.
l've always dreamed of cycling across country and I
was in great shape when I finally started my journey.
At first, everything was running smoothly,
On the right, you can see the door
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D; Hello. What seems to be the problem?
P; I have a really bad cold.
D; What are the symptoms?
P; I feel very weak and l've had a fever since yesterday.
Dl lt sounds more like the flu to me.
P: Maybe you're right. What should I do?
D; I think you should stay ¡n bed for a couple of days.
P: The problem is that tomorrow I have a really important
exam at school.
D.' l'm afraid you can't go to school. you can retake the
exam when you're well again. Make sure you drink a
lot of liquids and try to sleep it off. you can also take
this to get your temperature down.
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engines started and everyone fastened their seatbelts.
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and to keep our seatbelts fastened. After that. it just
got worse and worse. The plane tipped over from side
to side and lbegan to feel really scared. Fifteen minutes
later, it dived down towards'the ground at a huge
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eyes in terror.
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airport. As soon as my cousins heard about it, they
laughed. Apparently, pilots often dive suddenly to avoid
air pockets. All the same, I was very relieved to be down
on the ground again!
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Girl; Matt, you're always on time for class. How do yor-t
get to school?
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Girl:So Patrick cycles every day! That's healthy.
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gets a lot of exercise.
Girl;Wow! I think a scooter is a better idea. Patrick could
get to school faster. ln fact, I heard that your friend,
Michael, bought a scooter last week.
Motf.'No. He thought about it but then his family moved
across the river. Now he gets to school on a ferry.
Girl;That sounds like an exciting way to get to school!
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a'huge flea market with thousands of stalls. You can
find éverything from clothes, books and antiques to
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also went canoeing down a river and got to visit a
local tribe. I really enjoyed everything about the
trip. The best thing was seeing the animals though.
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Hi, l'm Alison. l'm 16 and from lreland. I'm the best
Hello, I'm Carlos from Spain. l'm 15 years old. l'm good
at tennis and golf but my favourite sport is football. l'm
good at football, but my brother is the best in our team.
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Hi, my name is Jen. l'm'l 6 and from Scotland. l'm very
good at tennis. lt's the best sport. My dream is to
become a famous tennis star like Venus Williams.
Speaker 4
Hello, from the lvory Coast. l'm Pierre and I'm 17.l'm
very good at surfing. lt's my favourite sport. l'm also
good at tennis. lhave got many medals in both tennis
and surfing.
than me, but l'm the fastest.
Exercise 5 (p. 9)
Mortin: Hi, my name is Martin. You're new here, aren't you?
Paulo:Yes, my name is Paula Brown.
Martin: Where are you from?
Paula: I'm from Arbroath in Scotland.
Martin: Really? How old are you? 15?
Psula: No,l'm 14 years old.
Mortin: Where's your house?
Paula: Al13 Pottington Drive.
Martin: Oh, that is near my house... (fade).
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How old are you?
What nationality are you?
Are they doctors?
What's your favourite sport?
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M; Yes, one moment.
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Your total is f28.50 please. ls it cash or credit card?
M: Cash, here you are.
F; Thank you. Here is your change.
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This lovely house is for sale. lt is in a quiet country
village. lt has got 4 bedrooms, a modern kitchen, a large
living room, a dining room and 3 bathrooms. With a
large garden and great views, this is a perfect family
home. Contact Mrs Fraser on 0131 258 630 for more
details. I repeat. Mrs Fraser, F - R - A - S - E - R on 0 -
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Peter: Hi Jenny. This market is really amazing. There are
so many different stalls.
Jenny: Hi Peter. Yes, it's great! Do you want to buy
anything?
Peter.'Well, it's my mum's birthday next week, so I want
to buy her some jewellery. What about you?
Jenny: Well, I don't want to spend a lot of money, so I
just want to buy some clothes, maybe a few T-shirts. The
antiques look great, but they are too expensive.
Peter; Yes, that's true. Are you here alone?
Jenny: No, my sister Laura, is with me. She wants to buy
some old coins. She collects them; it's her favourite hobby.
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collect film posters, but I can't see any here.
Jenny: Are you here with your family?
Peter.'Well, my brother, John, is here. He wants to buy a
new watch because his old one is broken.
Jenny: I see. And is that Jeff, your friend from school?
What is he doing here?
Pefer; Well, he loves reading, so he wants to buy some
books.
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Exercise 3 (p. 39)
Greetings from lndia. Everyone's celebrating Diwali here
this week. The festival lasts for five days and today is the
third day. Everyone cleans their home and puts candles
on their roofs or in their windows. People wear new
clothes and give each other sweets and gifts. Everyone is
happy. Right now, l'm watching the fireworks with my
friends. I love Diwali. lt's so much funl
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Josh: Hey, Carrie, I called you last night but you were
out.
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Josh: Oh well. At least you enjoyed the film.
Carrie: Yes, I usually prefer comedies, but I really enjoyed
"lron Man 2". lt was exciting and there were some
frightening parts too.
Josh: lt wasn't scary! ln fact, I thought it was a bit
boring. I really liked Robert Downey, Jr. before I saw
"lron Man 2" but he wasn't very exciting in this one.
Corrie: Oh, I thought he was very good as "lron Man".
When did you go to see it?
Josh: I went to see it last weekend. I love going to the
cinema, it's exciting.
Carrie: I only go to the cinema at the weekend but I really
enjoy it, too. So, what is your favourite type of film?
Josh: I love science-fiction films and "Star Trek" is my
favourite film of all time. I don't like comedies at all, and
I can't stay awake during romance films!
Cdrrie: Oh really! I like comedies and romance films
more. They're so entertaining.
Josh; Well, I have to go. How about doing something
later?
Corrie: Sure. Give me a call.
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Todd: So Paul, what's today's topic?
Paul: foday, we're discussing a programme
sick children.
Todd: OK, please tell us about it.
that
helps
Paut Well, it's called the "Charity Bear party' and many
schools and other groups have organised this type of event.
Iodd; Sounds interesting. What do they do?
Paul: First, the school or group collects money, usually
by selling tickets to a "Charity Bear party", and then
they buy special kits to make teddy bears, and finally,
they organise the party.
Iodd; What happens on the day of the party?
Psul: The children have fun making the teddy bears.
of the bears together. Then they
add the eyes, the nose and the mouth. At the end, they
dress their bears and they get a birth certificate for the
bear. When the bears are finished, the children donate
They put the bodies
them to hospitals.
Todd: That's a fantastic programme. The children have
fun and at the same time learn that they can help others
in the world.
Paul; Exactly! lt's a great way to get young people
involved in helping the community.
Todd: For more information about how to have a Charity
Bear Party call072 391 0023. Thanks for joining us today.
Paul: And remember: volunteer today because together
we can make a difference!
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Exercise 3 (p. 59)
lnterviewer: Hi and welcome to the show. Today we are
speaking to Michelle Whiten. Michelle is a nurse at our
local hospital and offers her services to dozens of people
who arrive at the hospital reception with health
complaints every day. Welcome to the show, Michelle.
Michelle: Hi, everybody.
lnterviewer; So Michelle, can you tell us what the most
common injuries and ailments are? And maybe give our
listeners an idea about how to treat them?
Michelle: Certainly. Out of the many ailments and
injuries, headaches are probably the most common
health complaint. Usually a simple headache tablet is
enough to cure this. But headaches that last for a long
period of time could mean there is a more serious health
problem. ln that case, patients have to see a doctor.
lnterviewer: I see. Can you tell us what else is common? I
guess having a cold is pretty common too?
Michelle: Of course many people do get colds, but that's
mostly in the winter. lthink there are other ailments and
injuries that are more common. ln fact, many people
hurt themselves in their own homes!
Interviewer: Really! What kind of things do you have to
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Todd: Hi, l'm Todd Banks.
Pauf Hello there, l'm Paul White and you're listening to
KLMY Radio. Today is 'Thankful Thursday'. lt is the day when
we spend the show talking about volunteer programmes.
treat?
Michelle: Well, many people cut
their fingers at home,
often while preparing a meal. Usually this isn't very
serious, but occasionally someone cuts themselves very
badly and they have to come to me for treatment.
lnterviewer: Oh, I hadn't thought of that. Are there
other places where people injure themselves?
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Zealand?
Peart: Hi Kelly, How was your trip to New
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place Queenstown is!
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Lake
Wakatipu. The scenery was amazing with the mountains
all around the lake. At night we stayed at a campground
near the lake. lt was so beautiful'
Pearl: That sounds great. How was the weather?
Kelly: Jusl perfect, sunny and warm' We went swimming
jumping' Then
in t'he lake. My cousin' Paul, went bungee
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Rs soon as the weather changes and it's freezing cold'
l'm at the mountain for my first climb' My cousin and I
go whenever we have free time' I haven't told my
iiends about what I do. Anyways, ice climbing is
something I do for me' lt's a great feeling of personal
satisfaction to finish á difficult climb.
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lnterviewer:He'sthe"architecttothestars"'Celebrities
like Christina Aguilera and Jennifer Lopez have bought
his homes. Today we welcome Architect Steve Hermann
to the show. Thanks for joining us Steve'
Steve; lt's great to be here.
lnterviewei: Steve how do you describe your homes?
Steve; Well they are always modern' I like huge rooms
with lots of glass. Most of my houses are bright because
of all the windows and have great views' I like to mix
indoor and outdoor living'
Interviewer: What architecture do you like?
and
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like
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60s. They are very interesting inside;
study architecture?
Sfeve; Nowhere, actually. I guess that's the biggest
for
surprise about me. I have just always had a passion
architecture and I learned along the way'
Interviewer: Wow that is impressivel What project are
you most proud of?
Steve; My Glass Pavilion. lt's my greatest achievement'
beaches'
mineandit'sloadsoffun.Wereallylaughitup.Drivinga
quad is a nice escape from everyday boring things' like
studying and chores. lt's a real rush for me!
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bedroom home with, if you can believe it'
glass wallsl That's what makes it so special' lt has great
í¡ews of Los Angeles and the green Hollywood Hills' lt's
truly what I call living with nature'
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fivl
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free time?
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our listeners?
Hi, l'm Marcos from Mexico. My flat is in the centre of
Mexico City. There are lots of shops and restaurants on
a chance on your dreams. Read and learn
about what interests you and go for it. Don,t be afraid
to be a little crazy.
Sfeve.' Take
my streetl There's also a cinema nearby.
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Hello from the UKI My name,s Sam. My house is really
great. lt's got five bedrooms and a huge kitchen.
The
best room in my house is the big livinj room. lt,s got
lnterviewer: Some good advice from Hollywood architect
Steve Hermann. Thanks Steve.
Sfeve; My pleasure.
two big red sofas.
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Lina and I are both good at basketball. We are in the
school team. She is the shortest player in the team. Her
favourite athlete is the basketball player LeBron James.
Her dream is to become a famous basketball player.
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favourite pets anymore.
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slim- I'm short and plump. What can I say? Stephan and I
are best friends!
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lnterviewer: Hello, and welcome to today's edition of pet
Talk. Here in the UK, people are famousfor their love
of
dogs. Dogs are our best friends, and our favourite pets.
Speaker 2
My friend Mark is British. He has got dark hair and dark
eyes and he is very tall. He can play tennis and hockey
very well. He is also in the school football team.
Margret is my best friend. She is tall with long brown
hair and has got big blue eyes. Margret's favourite
subject is Art and she can speak French and Spanish very
well. Her dream is to become a famous actress.
Anna: Hi everyone!
Interviewer: Anna, why do you think reptiles are now
more popular than dogs in the UK?
Anna: Firslly, today people have busy routines and very
little free-time. people are always at work
or at school.
We don't have time to care for dogs. you have to walk
a
dog everyday. you have to play with a dog. But you
never have to walk a snake or a lizard! pet reptiles are
much easier to take care of.
lnterviewer: So we like reptiles because they are less
work than a dog?
Anna: Yes. That's right. The other reason reptiles are
so
popular is because they cost less than dogs. Reptile
food
costs less. Reptiles don't have to go to thevet very often.
Interviewer: So we can save money with reptilesl
Annq: Yesl Lastly, I think that reptiles are beautiful
animals. The most popular reptile in the UK is the
leopard gecko. Leopard geckos are small, yellow and
black lizards. They're great pets because they,re not
dangerous and are very easy to take care of.
lnterviewer: Have you got a pet Anna?
Anna: Yes. l've got a big iguana. She,s called Nina. She,s
very friendlyl
lnterviewer: Great. Thanks for talking to us today Anna.
Speaker 2
Hi, I'm Marie. My flat is in paris, France. lt,s on the sixth
floor.
I
can see the Eiffel Tower from my bedroom
window. lt's fantasticl
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Hello from Tokyo! My name,s Mariko. My flat here is
very new. lt's got two bedrooms and a living room. l,ve
got lots of cool furniture from lkea.
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lnterviewer: Hi and welcome to the holiday show. A lot
of our listeners want to know more about travelling in
lndia, so today we are talking to Celia Mackenzie, a tour
guide from New Delhi. Hello, Celia.
Celia; Hello.
Intervietuer: So what's the weather like
Celia
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Celio: Well, I'm glad to say that after a week of cloudy
skies and rainy weather, it's really nice and warm again'
Interviewer: Great. So, where is a good place to start a
tour of New Delhi?
Cetia: The best place to start is the lndia Gate, a very
famous landmark in the city centre. Around this great
monument there are huge gardens' People usually go
there and walk around, get something to eat or have a
picnic. After the lndia Gate you can visit another
amazing landmark nearby, the Red Fort' This old stone
fort is home to one of the most magnificent palaces
in
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the world,
a very beautiful Place!
lnterviewer: Wonderful. Next, what about somewhere to
buy souvenirs?
has to be the Dilli Haat flea
Ceiia: For shopping,
big, so visitors must bring a
very
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lndian arts and crafts. When you get tired of shopping'
you can eat delicious local snacks at the market stalls'
You can also enjoy fantastic cultural and
music
performances at the Dilli Haat.
Interviewer:
Wowl Lastly Celia, where can we end our
day in New Delhi?
Ceiis: Your final stop should be the Lodhi Garden' Like
the lndian Gate, this huge park is also at the heart of
the city. lt is extremely popular with people who want
to go jogging or do yoga under the cool shade of the
trees. lt's a nice, relaxing place to spend a peaceful
afternoon.
Interviewer: Greatl Thanks for your time Celia' See you
in lndia!
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Ben: Hi. I'm Ben, l'm 20. I like rock music and playing
football. I study Physics at Manchester University.
Interviewer: Great. Ben has just returned from a trip to
South Africa. What did you do there Ben?
Ben; Well, I did all the normal tourist stuff. I went on a
safari and saw elephants and lions. I went surfing and
sailing too. But for most of my trip' I was a volunteer
English teacher. I worked at a school in a small village
Interviewer: Hello and welcome
called Balen.
Interviewer: Fantastic. Tell us more about your volunteer
work in Balen.
lworked at a school with 350 students. The school
is very simple. There aren't a lot of books, pens or paper'
Although the students study Chemistry and Physics,
there isn't any Science equipment. But one thing the
school does have is a small garden. The children love
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running water, very little electr¡city and no shops in the
village. lshared a small house with a local teacher and
his family. There was no bathroom and no fridge.
Interviewer: So, life was difficult?
Ben: Not really. lt was just different! We washed with
water from the river. We ate a iot of rice, beans and
cabbage, but it was always delicious. ln the evenings,
there was no TV or lnternet, so we sang songs outside'
The community was verY friendlY.
lnterviewer: So, what was the best thing about your trip?
Ben; Well, the South African coastline was amazing' And I
saw wild dolphins, which was a dream come true' Also, I
learned a lot of new skills from teaching. But the
highlight of my trip was spending time with the students'
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want to come to my house to watch a film on Saturday?
Emmy:5ure. l'm looking forward to it'
Mark: Great. What do you want to watch?
Emmy: Well, I bought the new 'Twilight' DVD yesterday'
so we can watch that.
Mork; Actually, I don't really like romance films' The plot
is always the samel They're so boring'
Emmy: Oh, but 'Twilight' is different' lt isn't really a
They were wonderful people. I really loved them.
romance film. lt's a fantasy. The plot is very exciting'
Ben for sharing your experience'
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watch 'Twilight'l How about watching the new 'Harry
Potter' film instead?
Emmy: 'Harry Potter' is great but I watched it last week'
I don't want to see it again.
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Emmy: I've 9ot 'Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer''
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