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RUSSIAN EDITION
CHOICES
PRE-INTERMEDIÄTE WORKBOOK
with Audio CD
SUE KAY • VAUGHAN JONES • IRINA SOLOKOVA
WITH ONLINE SKILLS BY GAVIN DUDENEY AND NICKY HOCKLY
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LEARNING
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PRE-INTERMEDIATE WORKBOOK
with Audio CD
SUE KAY • VAUGHAN JONES • IRINA SOLOKOVA
WITH ONLINE SKILLS BY GAVIN DUDENEY AND NICKY HOCKLY
Harlow
Pearson Education Limited
Москва
«Вентана-Граф»
2012
I
CONTENTS
MODULE 1 TIME
Vocabulary
Skills-Reading
Grammar
Skills - Listening
Check Your Progress 1
Sound Choice 1
MODULE 2 FUN
Vocabulary
Grammar
Skills - Listening
Grammar
Workshop 1
Check Your Progress 2
E 0 Exam Choice 1
MODULE 3 MONEY
Vocabulary
Skills-Reading
Grammar
Skills-Listening
Check Your Progress 3
Sound Choice 2
MODULE 4 STORIES
Vocabulary
Grammar
Skills - Listening
Grammar
Workshop 2
Check Your Progress 4
E E Exam Choice 2
MODULE 5 GENERATIONS
Vocabulary
SkSs-Reading
П нити
Skflls-Listening
Check Your Progress 5
Sound Choice 3
MODULE 6 MUSIC
Vocabulary
Grammar
Skills - Listening
Grammar
Workshop 3
Check Your Progress 6
E E Exam Choice 3
MODULE 7 HEALTH
3
4
6
8
9
10
Vocabulary
Skills-Reading
Grammar
Skills - Listening
Check Your Progress 7
Sound Choice 4
H
12
14
15
16
17
18
Vocabulary
Grammar
Skills - Listening
Grammar
Workshop 4
Check Your Progress 8
E E Exam Choice 4
21
22
24
26
27
28
Vocabulary
Skills - Reading
Grammar
Skills - Listening
Check Your Progress 9
Sound Choice 5
MODULE 8 NATURE
MODULE 9 FLIGHT
MODULE 10 ISLANDS
65
66
68
69
70
71
72
75
76
78
80
81
82
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30
32
33
34
35
36
Vocabulary
Grammar
Skills-Listening
Grammar
Workshop 5
Check Your Progress 10
E E Exam Choice 5
39
40
42
44
45
46
Vocabulary
Skills - Reading
Grammar
Skills - Listening
Check Your Progress 11
Sound Choice 6
47
48
50
51
52
53
54
Vocabulary
Grammar
Skills-Listening
Grammar
Workshop 6
Check Your Progress 12
E E Exam Choice 6
101
102
104
105
106
107
108
ONLINE SKILLS 1-6
111
MODULE 1 1 FRIENDS
MODULE 12 EMOTIONS
Topic Wordlist
H I ] Exam Choice Audioscripts
E E Exam Choice Answer Key
Online Skills Answer Key
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58
60
62
63
64
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84
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87
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89
90
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TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
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Complete the table w i t h at, in or on.
Wednesday
7 a.m.
the morning
Sunday
morning
the weekend
the afternoon
Add more time expressions t o the correct
column in Exercise 1.
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I'
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n
МВД
ИИММ
Инин!3
M
М
ВH
Б
O
K
j
НуЯЩЕхЩШ
Monday four-thirty night the evening
Saturday afternoon 18,00 Thursday night
August 2010 14 February
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5
6
О
Ы
Ш
Complete each sentence w i t h the correct
preposition.
1
2
3
4
On
Mondays, I always feel tired,
the weekend, I go shopping.
Friday night, I go swimming.
August, I go on holiday.
31 December, I usually go to a party,
the evening, I do my homework.
do
1 What time do you(gd/sleep to bed at the
weekend?
2 Where do you usually do/make your homework?
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Do you do/have lunch at school?
Do you go on/play computer games?
When do you spend/do time with your family?
Do you have/feel tired at the end of the week?
Complete the sentences w i t h the correct words.
1 Students at my school can do extra
classes
of maths and English to help them.
2 I
jogging on Wednesdays.
the
3 I
jobs in the house
weekend.
4 When I
•
tired I
time at home
with my family.
I
at 7.30 on Saturdays because I
_ _ _ _ _ basketball in a team.
feel go go on go to have
play (x 2) sleep spend
In the morning I get up late and I d o n ' t 1 have
a shower. I don't walk to school - I get the bus. At
home, I never
any homework. I 3
messenger and chat to my friends, or I 4
computer games. At the weekend I never
swimming or
football.
time on
parties.
the internet. don't
twelve hours a night but always 1 0 _
tired.
Choose the correct verb.
3
4
5
6
Complete the t e x t .
I
О
all the verbs and phrases below to write a
short text about yourself.
Use
do
get up go to hours a night
play spend time with
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Read t h e x and choose t h e best ending t o t h e
sentences,
1 Natalie is living " at home,,
Vlovd Buttdet
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'«'ith the circus.
2 At the weekend, she 1 w o r ß l goes out with
friends.
3 She does л one performance a week, jsix
performances a week.
4 Circus people г have dinner togethei /don't
have dinner together.
5 Natalie goes swimming 'because it's good for
her body, for fun.
Make adjectives f r o m t h e nouns. Check your
answers in the t e x t .
1 wonder wonderful
2 friend _
3 craze
4
5
6
7
8
9
hard work .
profession
success
danger
help
fame
•
NATALIE IS TRAINING TO BE A TRAPEZE
ARTIST. HERE, SHE TALKS TO US ABOUT
LIFE W I T H THE CIRCUS.
'I love living with the circus. I have a lot o f fun, but I also work really hard. I work
long hours and I d o n ' t have any free time at the weekend. I only have one day o f f
a week when I can go out w i t h my friends.
The day begins very early for the circus. I'm not a morning person - I hate getting
up early. But I need t o practise a lot because I'm still training. So, on a typical day,
I get up at 6 a.m. and go jogging before breakfast. I practise for about eight hours
every day, and then we do a show in the evening.
At midday, everybody eats together. It's really i m p o r t a n t t o eat a big lunch because
we d o n ' t have time t o have dinner. After a show, I have a snack and go to bed, but
I often can't sleep so I listen t o music o r read t o relax.
On my day off, I often sleep all day. Sometimes I go t o t o w n w i t h my circus friends
and we go shopping, sit in cafes or go t o the cinema.
I travel a lot with the circus. Every two weeks we move t o a different
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city. I never sleep more than three nights in the same town.
Sometimes I wake up and can't remember where we are! I miss my
family and friends, but I never-get lonely because I have a circus
family now. The circus is full o f wonderful characters. Circus people
are really friendly, and a bit crazy, but they're hard-working and
professional, too.
I want t o be successful, but the j o b o f trapeze artist is dangerous
and bad for my body. I go swimming or do yoga as often äs t can,
and that's helpful.
The best thing is when I'm on the trapeze - I love seeing people's
faces. One day, I hope t o be a famous trapeze artist.'
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Complete t h e sentences w i t h the correct
adjectives from Exercise 2.
1 According to Natalie, circus people are
a little
but
.
but
2 A trapeze artist's job is
and
3 Natalie wants to be
friendly.
Sentence Builder Linkers
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Complete the sentences w i t h the vyords below.
a n 4 a nd
-(he
ш
fa
*
vü- f и .
2} ^et-чог (x 2)
1 Natalie gets up early,-goes for a run and then
she has breakfast.
Z On a typical day, Natalie has breakfast, lunch
/ a snack in the eveni/ip.
3 She misses her real family
gets lonely.
4 After a^how, she has a snack^
reads _
listens to music.
5 She goes swimming
it's good for her body.
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she neves
^
does yoga because
linkers in brackets to join the
sentences.
Use the
1 At the weekend, I sleep until 10 a.m. I go out
with friends, (and then)
At the weekend.
I sleep until
10 a.m. and then I
ao out with friends.
2 After school I sometimes play football. I
^onjetimes play basketball, (or) .
3 I feel tired at night: I always do my homework.'
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v1
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4 On Saturdays I spend time witfi my friends. I dc
jpbs in tho house, (andl
5 Whai do you prefer - jogging? Do you pref°^
^wirpmir^g?
for)
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Writing
/
I О Choose a person in your family. Write about
their day. Use adjectives and linkers.
Mv brother
is a student,
1
on a typical
day he ...
Q
GRAMMAR
Present Simple and Continuous
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П -
I О *)l-ook at^the picture on page 7. Complete
V
ythe sentences w i t h the Present Simple
— ' or the Present Continuous form of the
words in brackets.
REMEMBER
Complete exercises A-D b e f o r e y o u s t a r t t h i s
lesson.
Q
1 Ben's studying
Write positive or negative sentences w i t h the
Present Simple.
1 I g e t up before 7 a.m^don'tqet
up before
2 I don't enjoy exams. _ t
7 a.m.
to his girlfriend, jtalk)
4
j_
oh^his
bed. (lie)
5 He
U2. His brother _ ' '
6 He.
U2 - he thinks they are boring, (love)
4 He
1
3 Jj^y father does jobs in the hou^eM
4 I abn't have lunch at school. ' __
5 My mother watches football on TV.
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6 My'trjpnob UUII I eat fast food.i-
/ [ © 7 1 Make questions w i t h the Present
Make Present Simple questions.
1 you / listen / to the news?
No, I'm listening to music.
\
Simple or Present Continuou s.
1 you / play basketball? Do vou play basketball?
2 ,you / go to extra math«; rbccps?
Are you listening
JJ
S^you / sleep more than eight hours ^ night?
Lv *" '
.
6 y^ur city / have a sood footba|i team?
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4 you / use an English-English dictionary?
^ o , I prefer a bilingual one.
"
.
\.\
4
'
v
«V
?
, .
В
?
9 what time / he / usually get up?
At seven^ o'clock.
, ,
2 are / sitting / where / you?
<
-
8 what / she / wear today?
£he's wearing jeans.
1 wearing / you / are / what?
4 doing l is / everybody in your family / wf|,at { at
x ""
the moment?^ '
l"4
-
7 where / she / come from?
She romcs from Spain.
Order the words in the sentences.'
3 using / you / a pen or a pencil / яге"
•
i
6 you / wear / new shoes?
ЭДо, these are аД least two years old.
2 I don't read much but (I / read) f
a *
great book at the mqmegt.
3 (Mum / not / work) _
»
today, sf
shopping.
4 My brother isn't 4very good at French so (he /
r
\ v !v>4 .
have)
>extra classes this year.
5 My friends and I usually play basketball о/1*
Saturday but (we / not play)\
_*roda>.
because we've got a lot of homework to do.
What are vou wearing?
"
5 yoür father / cook?
j^o, I don't thir^k so..Maybe mumys..
1 I usually go to school by car but today (I / walk)
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news?
\ 3 you / text / one of your friends?
6 К \ No, I'm looking at the photos on my
hone.
Complete the sentences u ^ i g the Present
Continuous.
I'm walking
to the
2 it / snow in your city?
Sometimes but not every year.
3 your friends /'enjoy English?
4 your teacher / smoke?
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for his exams, (study)
2%4JHe sometimes
' • tennis but he
v -.at th£ moment, (play)
.. a\Hafay Potter book. He
3 tie }
very fay. (read)
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'A
% v <.
Vi-
I
i
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* * * Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct form of
the verbs below.
д ( С- , / " ' л / е ^
- / i a t
/
/
к
г
-
А
-__ .саек " g ^ a « ffot tike twe » » f c s t t j f r
-9ЙЯЯК TfaiEL -not tujjo •nwotch" - ~
j-rcttfi.Гг-
J
-^übch
1 1 live
in an apartment in London, but at the
moment I 2
, --vfith^friend in the country.
ü for a triathlon. Every morning we
We 3_
4 »
for a two-hour cycle. Then we
^ X j lunch. My friend ^ " . . Really healthy
food - meat, fish, ^eggs and ^vegetables - but
unfortunately he.
- pasta - and it's my
favourite. In the afternoon, we 8 *_
fifteen
9
kilometres and in the evening
we
-oJn
the
v
4
river. On Sundays we
-"tftat's tcday!
So my f r i e n d i r \ S \ - cOeltewspaper and I
, v ' - a ' triaf%>n on the TV.
"
* * Use the cues to w r i t e three mobile
conversations.
A : Hi, Jack. Where are you? Can you talk
• B: I'm on the other
line. I'm talking
to my
•
•
•
•
on the other line / talk to my mum
cinema / wait for film to start
u.
Post Öffice / buy some stamps
T
bicycle / go into town
T
О
**
Use the cues to
make questions and answers.
" Т А : have lunch at school?
В: X-wait until I get home
A: Do vou have lunch at school?
B: No. I don't. I wait until I get
home.
2 A: do any sports?
B:: j / - play foc^tball and basketball
A:,
B:
3 A: go to any extra classes?
В: X - but do a lot of homework every nisht
«
,.- • - мл,
о
A.
A:
4 A; go to parties?
B; ^ - but never dance
B:
i .
_
^
-
5 A; do / any jobs in the house?
B: • - but my brother not / do anything^
now?
mum.
Can I call you back?
A : Okay. Speak to you in a bit.
Grammar Alive Talking about habits
B:
Grammar Alive Talking on your mobile
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TIME
2. J /
^
B:
i'
тг
.
и
„с
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Label t h e picture.
1
2
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helmet
_
4
О
5
,
6
t'
Complete the t e x t w i t h the words below.
с a *>, do
A r , ;
- .*/ . f \
» a,
/
( h
" backgfound r.Uocaujp». .ImliTinl eeoi-ёеШП^^®"
• « ' i d ,
•
ь г я т а
In the foreground you
щ. f^eevtjp'o
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people. They're 2 ^
you can see the waiter in
frie
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is s i ^ n g d o w n and he's ^ooHng
his та
4 P-"
*~>ie's a cyclist 5 _ i "" „«cbere'
cycle he Irr
met on the table. Lucy is standing
в/
' 1 Matt. She's holding a^bottle of
nrw and
anrl Matt are
згр
- ffriends
water. ILucy
t
because she's looking at his laptop
'
Listen t o David and Sally discussing Im
photos of Sally's travels around Europe. Wh
photos do they mention?
Check Your Progress 1
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Routi'nWs Complete the description.
At the weekend I do lots of sport. On Saturday
morning, I get up and
;
swimming. After
that I z }
'
breakfasl and then I
my
trae afternoon
artemoon I '
homework. in
Iq the
__ football. On
Sundays, I 5
cycling. Aflfer thjpt my friends
usually call forVie and we 6 _
to the park
and play basketball. In the everting, I watch TV or
7r
Messenger. I go to bed early because I'm
really tired!
Mrs Jones: Hello Ертгщ ^ h a t are you doing here?
(l/not ofterTsee) you in the
supermarket.
Oh, hello Mrs Jones. No,
Emma:
3
a (mum/usualjv no) the shopp^ig, b u t
(^le/s^end) the day with a
friend today.
Mrs Jones: Oh, that's nice. What 4_
. (you/
buy)? Ah lots of vegetables.
Emma:
•{l7prefer)|£e.adW4ade meals,
but
\tfly mlim/tttrnk) I need to
eat more^fruit aryi vegetables.
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Making adjectives Complete t h e sentences w i t h
the correct form of the words in brackets.
1 J don't lik££xtreme sports - I'm not very
Mrs Jones: She's r i g h t ! 7 .
(l/not/
1
eat) ready-made meals anid
(l/have) lots of energy.
^ (l/be)
seventy, you know!
Emma:
That's great Mrs Jones. Nice to see you.
Bye!
2 Many\_
Hills.
3
4
5
6
tfame) actors live in Beverley
^
J (frien
Everyone in the village is very
'
d)
to us.
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ч 4
° „ „
The teacher made some '
' "S (help)
comments.
We went to the circus yesterday. It w a s ^
(wonder).
My friends are great, and a bit
f|craze).
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Q
Races Complete the sentences w i t h the correct
words.
1 My brother is training for a triathlon. He's really
good at running and cycling, but he isn't very
good at * .
"
2 Cm going on a cycling holiday to Morocco. It's
уегУ
sunny so I need_a good pair of
3 J love open w a t e r . e y e n j ^ b u ^ l , ^ t e cold water. I
always wear a ^
i'to
p Wie warm.
4 My friend is training for a V , ^ ~r She has to
run more than forty-two kilometres. I couldn't
do it.
x
5 It's important to take a water
^ when
you go cycling.
6 i always wear
•
when I ski to'protect my
eyes.
.
t
7 it's important to wear a . — r ^/hen you go
cycling.
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Present Simple and Present Continuous
Complete the dialogue w i t h the Present Simple
or the Present Continuous form of the words in
brackets.
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Describing photos Look at the photo of Paris on
page 8 and complete the t e x t w i t h the correct
words.
The photo shows a typical scene in Paris. It's
A
very hot b e c a u s e , t ^ c e o p l e are wearing
summer clothes. In the 2 \ . - _ ^ j j h e j h o f o
we can see a boat. In the
, ^fcoflpr^are
having coffee. O n ^ h £ _ l \
there is a girl on
her mobile. On the 5
^eft there is a man
reading the newspaper. We know v the photo is in
Paris because in the 6 V "
you can just see the
Eiffel Tower.
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TOTAL SCORE
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Module Diary
О
Look at the objectives on page 5 in
the Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
Look at your results. What language
areas in this module do you need to
study more?
J
a
Sound Choice 1
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! Sound Check
О
Say or complete the words and expressions
below.
1 what / job / clock / watch / saw
2 sport / boat / walk / floor / ball
3 roast / slow / coat / want / note
a works / wins / teaches (Exercises 1 and 2)
b why worry / How hard (Exercise 3)
с what / floor / note (Exercise 4 and 5)
d
the weekend (Exercise 6)
e breakfast / recipe / relaxed / eccentric
(Exercise 7)
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CE> Grammar - 3rd person endings Listen to
the chants. Match the ending sound /s/, /z/ or /
i z / to the correct column. Then practise the
chants.
/5/
She works.
He sleeps.
She thinks.
He eats.
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She jogs.
He swims.
She skis.
He wins.
She teaches.
He boxes.
She dances.
He watches.
С Э Grammar - 3rd person endings Put the
verbs in the correct column and then listen,
check and repeat.
choose
cook eat
play spend
Ы
feel go guess match
take taste use
Ы
/iz/
cooks
О
€ЕЭ Consonants - / w / and / h / Complete the
tongue twisters w i t h Who, Why, How or Which.
Then listen, check and repeat.
1
2
3
4
10
Why
worry when we're winning?
watch works well under water?
hard is Mr Hall's history homework?
had her holiday in a horrible hotel?
Vowels and spelling - Ы , Ы and /эи/ Match the
words from Exercise 4 to the correct vowel sound.
1
/о/
what,
,
,
,
sport,
,
,
,
,
,
,
+
C O Listen and check your answers. Which
sounds and expressions did you have
problems with? Choose three exercises to
do below.
О
C D Vowels and spelling - /тэ/, /о:/ and
/ э и / Listen and repeat the words. Underline
the word w i t h a different vowel sound in each
group.
2 /о:/
+
3 / э и / roast
+
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C O Difficult words - word stress Two syllables
or three? Write the number of syllables and
mark the stress. Then listen, check and repeat.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
alone
beautiful
breakfast
different
eccentric
historic
recipe
relaxed
routine
shower
successful
vegetable
Z
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TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
О
Put the words into the correct category (a-d) in
the network.
О
Underline the negative adjective in each group
of words.
1 cool boring relaxing
2 silly creative exciting
air guitar chess coins gymnastics jewellery
model aeroplanes photography the piano sports
stamps
3 challenging dangerous fun
4 healthy interesting difficult
О
a collect
Order the words in the sentences.
1 acting / because / challenging / I / it's / love
coins
I love acting
because
it's
challenging.
2 because / dancing / fun / I / it's / like
3 because / boring / chess / don't / I / it's / like /
playing
4 air guitar / playing / because / don't / enjoy / I /
it's / silly
с make
5 because / creative / enjoy / I / it's / jewellery /
making
6 because / cool / free running / I'd / it's / like /
to / try
О
Match phrases (1-6) w i t h phrases (a-f) to make
sentences.
1 I'm really _c_
2 I play tennis every
3
4
5
6
О
I like
I don't
I'd like
I like playing
a weekend,
b to try surfing,
с into playing computer
games,
d enjoy singing,
e air guitar,
f collecting music
DVDs.
Complete the sentences w i t h one word.
1 don't enjoy doing sport.
1 like
model aeroplanes.
I'm really
acting.
I'd like
try free running.
1 don't
stamps.
6 1 don't like
board games.
7 1 play football
weekend.
1
2
3
4
5
О
Complete the dialogue w i t h the words below.
a*
because
doing every going
into like the to
hobby
at
A: What are you doing
the weekend?
2
3
B: I'm
cycling. I do it _
weekend
with two friends from school. Why don't you
come with us?
A: Oh, no thanks, I don't enjoy 4
sport!
B: What do you 5
doing in your free time?
A: I'm really 6
photography. I like it
7
it's creative.
B: I'd like 8
try photography, but I'm not
very creative and I don't have a good camera.
A: It's an expensive 9
but it's fun. I
also like playing 10
piano. I like doing
relaxing things in my free time.
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iRAMMAR
Present Perfect (1)
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О
REMEMBER
Complete exercise A before you start this
lesson.
О
Complete the sentences w i t h the Present
Perfect form of the words in brackets.
1 I Ve never eaten
in a McDonald's
restaurant, (never eat)
2 I
all my homework, (do)
3 My mother
to Scotland, (go)
4 My brother and I
the
Tour de France, (not see)
* Match the sentence beginnings (1-6) w i t h the
sentence endings (a-e).
1 Emma's upset, _d_
2 Dave's very happy,
a he's finished his exams.
3 Tim looks tired,
4 Beth isn't here,
с she's gone out.
d she's lost her MP3
5 That family don't live
here,
6 Lunch is ready,
player,
e he hasn't slept very
b I've made a big salad.
well,
f they've moved.
О
** Look at the pictures and use the cues t o
write sentences.
my parents.
5 My friends
(not meet)
Complete exercises B-E before you start
lesson 6.
О
Look at the nouns. Are they countable or
uncountable. Write a, an or nothing (-).
1
on
apple
2
3
4
5
bus
egg
furniture
information
6
7
8
9
10
money
orange
party
pasta
rice
1 He / fall / love
He's fallen
in love.
Write plural nouns for each countable noun
in Exercise B.
1 an apple •-*• apples
2 He / lose / keys
Underline the correct word.
1
2
3
4
5
I have
I have
I have
I have
I have
a/some homework to do this evening.
a/some new mobile phone.
a/some pop music on my MP3 player.
a/some money in my pocket.
an/some old bicycle.
3 She / buy / new dress
Make the sentences in Exercise D negative
w i t h a/an or any.
1
2
3
4
5
V
I don't
have any homework
to do this
m
evening.
i
4 They / sell / house
gg
и м
u Gi Ш
СГ
Jüs
a
I
** Complete the sentences w i t h the verbs in
brackets in the Present Perfect.
Grammar Alive Explaining causes
1 A: Pauline (lose)
О
has lost
her phone
B: She (hasn't lost) hasn't lost her phone. It's
in her bag. I can hear it.
2 A: (you / forget)
that it's my
birthday today?
B: Er ... no. I (not forget).
3 A:
B:
4 A:
B:
A:
. I've ... er
B: No, but I (make)
the same
mistake many times.
5 A: What's wrong?
В: I (eat)
some food but the 'eat
before' date is March 22. It's March 25 today.
A: That's okay. I (read)
about 'eat
before' dates. Three days isn't too bad.
6 A: You (not clean)
the kitchen.
Look at this mess.
B: I'm sorry but I (make)
you a
some. It's very
* * * Complete the dialogue w i t h the Present
Perfect form of the words below.
buy
do
lose
meet
start
Ann:
Rose:
Hi Rose. How are you?
I feel really relaxed because
4've started
my holidays.
Ann:
You look fantastic. 2
you
something to your hair?
Rose:
No, I haven't. But 3I
five
kilos. My brother wants to get f i t so
he 4
a new bicycle and we go
cycling together every day.
How is your brother?
He's very happy. 5He
a lovely
girl.
Ann:
Rose:
Use
the cues to write dialogues.
1 A: I / angry
B: you / lose something?
A: No / I / have an argument with my sister
A : I'm anarv.
got a surprise for you. You can have it... er
... later.
You look happy, (you / win)
some money?
(no, / not)
but I (pass)
my English exam.
I (write)
ten pages of work on
the computer and now I can't find it.
Don't worry. I can find it for you.
You're very clever.
cake
A: Half a cake.
B: Oh yes. I (eat)
nice.
**
B: Have vou lost something?
A: No, I've had an argument
2 A:
B:
A:
A:
B:
A:
3 A:
B:
A:
A:
B:
A:
4 A:
B:
A:
A:
B:
A:
5 A:
with mv
sister.
I / excited
you / win something?
No / I / pass my driving test
I / worried
you / forgot something?
No / I / not receive my new passport
I / very happy
you / meet somebody new?
No / I / win a competition
I / tired
B: you / run all the way to your house?
A: No / I / swim 1000 metres in the swimming
pool
A:
B:
A:
6 A: I / sad
B: you / fail your maths test?
A: No / I / lose my mobile phone
A:
B:
A:
SKILLS
Listening
О
C H Listen t o a conversation b e t w e e n t w o
friends, Claire and Rob. Choose t h e correct
answers.
Sentence Builder opinions
О
1 What is Claire worried about?
a She can't play computer games,
1 Rob doesn't know about computer games.
b She hasn't got a birthday present for her
2 Claire doesn't think role-playing games are very
interesting.
brother,
с It's her birthday tomorrow.
3 Rob thinks the graphics on Final Fantasy are
amazing.
2 What sort of computer games does Claire's
brother like?
4 Rob thinks Music Maker Rockstar is a silly game.
a role-playing games
b simulation games
5 Rob thinks computer football games are better
than real games.
с She doesn't know.
3 What does Rob think of Dragon Quest?
6 Claire doesn't think computer football games are
very expensive.
a The graphics are amazing.
b It's brilliant,
с It's really old.
4 What does Claire's brother enjoy doing in his
free time?
a playing computer games
b playing guitar
с playing football
5 What does Claire think of the football game?
a It's exciting.
b It's silly,
с It's different.
6 What does Claire decide to get her brother for
his birthday?
a a football computer game
b a football shirt
с a football
C O Are t h e sentences t r u e (T) or false (F)?
Listen t o t h e conversation again and check your
answers.
О
Choose t h e correct words t o complete t h e
dialogue.
A: What games do you have on your phone?
B: I've g o t loads: Angry
Birds is
1
quite
good.
(quite/absolutely)
A: Angry Birds? That's
(absolutely/a
2
silly, isn't it?
bit)
В: I know, but I love it. I've got Chess Quest too
and that's 3
fantastic (very/absolutely).
A: Chess is too difficult for me. I like games with
4
great graphics, like Red Nova, (really/
a bit)
B: I don't know that one.
A: Oh, it's 5
amazing. It came out a few
years ago, but it's still the best, (very/really)
I sometimes play SimCity, but it's
long, (very/absolutely)
6
6]
GRAMMAR
some, any, no, a lot of, a few, a little
Complete exercises B-E on page 12 before you
start this lesson.
О
* Put the nouns in the correct column.
Q
* * * Complete the dialogue w i t h the words
below. You can use each word more than once.
any
few (x 2)
little
lot (x 3)
no (x 2)
some
athletics euro fiesta food fun money music
restaurant runner song time tourist travel
watch
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UNCOUNTABLE
COUNTABLE
athletics
a
runner
** Complete the sentences w i t h some or any.
1 Are there
any good clothes shops in your
city?
2 Let's go out and have
fun.
О
3 Have you got
4 I want to buy
5 I never have
cola in the fridge?
new trainers.
luck with the lottery.
6 There aren't
house!
pens that work in this
B
C
a few
a little
a lot of
any
no
some
I have a few
questions about
B: Sure! There are a 2
* Write six sentences using the words and
phrases from boxes А, В and C.
A
A: Can I ask you a 1 few
festivals in Brazil?
friends.
friends,
money.
of festivals in Brazil
but I think the Rio carnival is the best!
A: Really? Why?
B: Well, the highlight of the carnival is the
costumes. A 3
of people wear amazing
clothes. At the Rio carnival, people just want to
dance and have 4
fun.
When and where is the carnival?
The carnival is forty days before Easter and
lasts for a 5
days. There's a 6
of noise, so people only get a 7
sleep
during the carnival.
A: Are there 8
other activities?
B: Yes there are. For example, street parties and
bands.
A: Do you go to the Rio carnival every year?
B: Yes, but it's very crowded now. There are
9
hotel rooms left in February and
10
seats on the trains but it doesn't
matter. I always come. I think it's amazing.
Workshop
О
1
Read t h e letter. Match the parts of the letter
(1-5) w i t h the sections (a-e).
О
1 Who do you have to contact? _e_
2
3
4
5
When and where is the party?
What is the party for?
How much are the tickets?
What music is there?
because
Maybe in the middle
probably you can see
photographs are great. Look at this one.
A: Where is it?
it'!
B: I'm not sure. 1 Maybe it's in Spain 2
hot and sunny.
A: Look at the woman in the 3
of the
photo. She's playing the guitar.
B: Yes. And the woman 4
is singing.
5
A: It's
a big party.
B: Well, it's
a festival. The women
7
foreground look happy.
A: Yes, and 8
people dancing in the
background. They're definitely having a good
time.
••«•I
We're organising a party to
celebrate the summer holidays.
In the School Sports Hall^
8 p.m. on Saturday
29 June.
Live band and disco.
Fancy dress competition
Soft drinks and food
\ickets: £5 provided.
Contact Elana on 0987 352 67
О
Match the words (1-5) w i t h sentences (a-e).
1 a parade _b_
2 In the
background _
3 a celebration
О
Answer the questions in Exercise 1.
Sentence Builder Purpose
О
linkers
2 They're having a party to/for celebrate the end
of term.
3 Somebody has organised a football match for/to
raise money for sports equipment.
4 We want to buy a present for/to Ben's birthday.
5 I'm going to town for/to buy some new party
clothes.
I B
4 you can see
5 Perhaps
Choose the correct words t o complete the
sentences.
1 They've invited me to a party ro/<fö?)Lara's
birthday.
О
on the left
B: I'm looking at a book about festivals. The
PARTY
•
like
A: What are you doing?
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НН*т
O D Complete the dialogue w i t h the correct
form of the verbs below. Listen again and
check.
Write an invitation for a birthday party, an end
of exams party or a New Year's Eve party. Use
the invitation above to help you.
It's like a big party f o r
Chinese New Year.
There's a sort of walk
with music.
Maybe it's in China
because you can see
Chinese shops in the
background.
In the background t h e r e
are people watching the
parade.
Behind t h e m you can
see some shops.
Write a description of the picture on page 18 of
the Students' Book. Answer the questions.
•
•
•
•
•
What are the people doing?
What are they wearing?
What can you see in the background?
Where do you think they are?
What do you think they're celebrating?
FUN
Check Your Progress 2
О
Freetime Choose t h e correct words t o complete
the text.
О
Some, any, no, a lot of, a few, a little
My brother and I are very different. He enjoys
1collecting/collect
stamps and coins. He ^doesn't/
also likes making model aeroplanes 3for/because
it's creative and it's something he can do on his
own. I think it's boring. I'm really 4 i n t o / e n j o y sport.
I like surfing and skateboarding and I'd like
5the/to try free running one day. I also like
6dancing/to
dance and singing. My brother
playing
I speak some/any/a
little French.
I have no/some/any
money.
Bill knows a lot of/a few/a little people.
I don't eat some/any/a
There are a few/no/any
lot of fish.
boys here.
Is there any/a few/a little juice in the fridge?
Please give me a little/some/any
7don't/
I don't have a lot of/any/some
doesn't enjoy going out. He prefers splaying/
watching computer games at home.
I 9'd like to play/like
Cross out t h e
quantifier that is not possible in each sentence.
time.
luck.
There aren't any/some people in the park.
t h e air guitar.
/9
О
/10
TOTAL SCORE
Present Perfect (1) Complete t h e replies w i t h
t h e correct f o r m of t h e verbs in brackets.
You look sad. — • I
(finish)
/35
w i t h my boyfriend.
Your hair looks nice. — T h a n k s . I
with a new shampoo, (wash)
I can't open it. — •
you
right password? (put in)
Where's Wally? — • I don't know, I
(not see)
Dan looks worried. - > • Yes, he
phone, (lose)
There isn't any chocolate.
it all. (eat)
it
О
the
1 Now I can
him.
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
his
3 Now I can
I know, I
Laura looks happy. — Y e s , she
English test, (pass)
well / quite well / with problems.
her
I can't find my camera. —
in your school bag? (look)
Look at t h e objectives on page 13 in
t h e Students' Book. Choose t h r e e and
evaluate your learning.
О
you
Look at your results. What language areas i
in this module do you need t o study more? j
/8
Modifiers Choose t h e correct modifier t o
complete t h e sentences.
1 Charlie Chaplin films are really/very
great.
2 Photography is really/absolutely
interesting.
3 Collecting stamps is absolutely/a
bit boring.
4 Chess is quite/absolutely
difficult.
5 Yoga is very/a bit relaxing.
6 Take That are absolutely/very
7 The Sims is absolutely/very
amazing.
good.
8 My English pronunciation is a
perfect.
bit/absolutely
/8
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REAPING
EXAM CHOICE 1
r*
Л
I Установите соответствие между заголовками 1-8 и текстами A-G.
Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один
раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.
1
2
3
4
Be creative.
Time for a rest.
Party time.
A lot to do.
5
6
7
8
Gaming fun.
Learn and have fun.
Not good for you.
Sport all year.
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ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 12
A Do you like dancing? Are you interested in the traditions of your country? If the answer is 'yes',
come to our classes. Here, you learn traditional dances from all around the country. Our teachers
are very good. There are classes for young people on Saturdays. Spend a few hours with us and
you can learn the dances and meet new people. It's a good way to have fun and learn something
important!
В I have a very busy daily routine. Do you? I get up early and get my things ready for school. Then,
I help my mother to make breakfast. I always have breakfast with my family. After that, I walk
to school. I have a lot of lessons and then I go home. I have something to eat and then I go to
extra classes. After the classes, I do my homework. When I go to bed, I'm very tired!
С My friends and I really like sport. We play basketball and football at school and we go cycling
every weekend. When we go cycling, we take a picnic lunch with us and we eat it when we stop.
Another thing we enjoy is swimming, and we are all very good swimmers, but we only do that in
the summer. The beach here is very nice, but it's very cold in the winter.
D I did gymnastics for a while last year. It was after school at a gymnastics club. I went there
three times a week. I really enjoyed it because it was fun, but I hurt my leg and I stopped. I'm
learning the piano now. It's wonderful to make beautiful music. I love it because it's creative. My
teacher says I'm very good, but sometimes it isn't easy to learn the music.
E We want to celebrate the end of exams. Come and join us! It's on Saturday at eight o'clock in the
school gymnasium. We have a DJ, but please bring your CDs too. Also, we need people to help us
with the food and drinks. We can all bring something. There is a competition for the best dancer!
Maybe it's you! The prize is a new iPod. See you on Saturday!
F I don't watch a lot of TV. I think it's better to be outside and to play sport or go for a walk. A
lot of young people waste time watching TV. I think it makes them lazy. They don't want to do
their homework and they get bad marks at school. I think it's OK to watch a bit of television, but
watching a lot stops you from doing more important things.
G Computer games are really popular with young people. There are lots of different ones - you can
play sports games like football, role-playing games, car games and many more. Some of them are
difficult to play, but they're very exciting and they make you think fast. The only problem is that
people like to play more than one game and you have to spend a lot of money to buy different
games.
MODULE
[ЖНУ
Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A-F частями предложений, обозначенными
« ц цифрами 1-7. Одна из частей в списке 1-7 лишняя. Занесите цифру,
Т!
обозначающую соответствующую часть предложения, в таблицу.
Bastille Day is a big celebration in France on 14 th July each year. It's like Independence Day in the USA
because it is a celebration of the beginning of a new kind of government (A)
No one goes to work
on Bastille Day. Everyone just wants to have fun and celebrate this great day!
The Bastille was a prison in Paris where the French
royal family locked up anybody who disagreed with
them. It is not there now. On 14 th July 1789 (B)
The people took the guns that were there and they
let the prisoners go free. It was the beginning of the
French Revolution.
On the morning of 14 th July, fun parades take place
all over the country. The most important parade is
on a famous street called the Champs Elysees in the
centre of Paris. Many soldiers and police parade in
their uniforms and bands play music. This parade is
very popular in France (C)
It is one of the most
important parades in the world.
The President of the Republic of France watches the
parade and then has a garden party at the Elysee
Palace. Many important people go to the President's
party. At night (D)
under the Eiffel Tower in
Paris. The colourful fireworks light up the summer sky
and the city looks very beautiful. Tourists from all over
the world visit Paris at this very special time.
Parties take place all over France on Bastille Day, but
the best party in Paris is 'The Fireman's Ball'. For this
tradition, there are wonderful parties at fire stations all
over the city. People go there (E)
The Eiffel Tower and the French flag are important symbols of Bastille Day. The French national flag is blue,
white and red, (F)
on Bastille Day. People also wear clothes or paint their faces in these colours. It's a
great day to be French!
1
2
3
4
and people watch it on TV all over the country
to dance all night and everyone has a good time
but they are having a big party now
and is also a national holiday
5 and these colours decorate towns and cities all over the country
6 a large number of French citizens attacked the Bastille
7 thousands of people watch a wonderful firework display
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Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова,
Q h напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, так чтобы они грамматически
соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами.
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Maria Sharapova is a very popular and successful Russian tennis star.
1 She
many famous tournaments. She was born in Siberia in
2 1987 and she has lived in many places. At the moment, she
in the United States.
WIN
LIVE
3 Maria
to many countries around the world to play in tennis
4 tournaments. There are some places that she
and would
5 really like to visit. She
to see the Greek islands, Venice,
Alaska, Hawaii and Africa!
BE
NOT VISIT
WANT
sport? Well, Maria
6 What do athletes like doing when they .
7 loves reading. She
all of the Twilight books, but says that
8 the third one is her favourite. She also enjoys
to
restaurants and she loves junk food! Also, she loves eating sweets,
9 but she
going to the dentist! Of course, when Maria
10
ready for a tournament, she eats healthy food. She also
likes going shopping, visiting her friends and going to the beach.
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Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова,
напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, так чтобы они грамматически
соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами.
1 My hobby is photography and I think it's
I really like
taking photographs of my friends and family, and I try to take photos
2
My favourite photo is of my brother at a concert. In the photo,
3 he is playing the air guitar and he looks really
In the background,
you can see the band. They are looking at him. I think they like him!
WONDER
4 I also take photos when I'm on holiday. Some of them are quite
and my mother has put them on the walls of our house. I've got some
great photos of Sochi - I go there with my family in the summer. It's a very
BEAUTY
:
DAY
FUN
5
city on the Black Sea; in fact, it's the city for the 2014 winter
6 Olympic Games. Sochi is a
city with many interesting places
7 to see. I like taking photos of the
buildings near the water.
There are also mountains and trees.
FAME
HISTORY
ARISTOCRAT
8 I want to be a
photographer when I am older. Do you think I
9 can do it? I really want to be _
with my photography. Maybe it's
10
but I think I can be the best!
PROFESSION
SUCCESS
CRAZE
B: No. I'm trying to save some money to buy a
for my mum's birthday.
Match a word from column A w i t h a word from
column В to make another word.
1 bank _jl_
2 charity
3 street
4 part-time
5 pocket
6 shopping
Q
a money
b job
с
d
e
f
О
Underline the correct prepositions.
I'm very good witnyfor money.
I don't spend any money on/for music or going
account
market
centre
shop
Match the words from Exercise 1 w i t h the
clues (1-6).
out.
I enjoy shopping ot/on discount shops or online.
I earn a lot of money for/from my part-time job.
I put all my money ot/in my bank account.
О
1 You put money in this, bank account
2 You don't work here all the time.
Match the verbs (1-5) w i t h the phrases (a-e) and
write sentences.
1
2
3
4
3 You can buy cheap, second-hand things here.
4 You get this from your parents (if you're lucky!).
earn money _c_
get money
put money
save money
5 spend money
I earn money
5 You find lots of different shops and restaurants
here.
a by looking for bargains
b in my bank account
с from my part-time job
d on clothes and going out
e from my parents
from mv part-time
job in a shop.
6 You can buy cheap food or clothes here. It's
outside.
О
Complete the dialogues w i t h the words below.
calls
CDs downloads drink games out
present cosmetics second-hand
О
Complete the t e x t w i t h the words below.
downloads get charity bank account spend
quite books online part-time earn
1 A: Do you spend a lot of money on computer
quite good with money. I 2_
I'm
£5
a week pocket money and I 3
£15 a week
from a 4
job. I save £10 a month and put
it in my 5
. I6
money on music
7
and second-hand
. I enjoy
shopping in 9
shops and sometimes shop
games ?
B: No, I prefer to spend my money on going
2 A: What
do you buy?
B: Not many, just some make-up. My parents
buy shampoo and soap.
3 A: Do you ever buy
clothes?
B: Yes, I do. Sometimes, they're really cheap.
4 A: What do you spend most of your money on?
B: Mobile phone
. I spend all my pocket
money on them.
5 A: Do you ever pay for music
from the
internet?
B: No, I prefer to buy
from shops. I like
to look at them in my bedroom.
6 A: You usually spend lots of money on food and
. Are you on a diet?
О
Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct words.
My brother isn't very 1 good with money. He
£40 a week from a part-time 3
and he gets £75 4
month pocket money
from mum. The problem is that he enjoys shopping
5
shopping centres too much. He 6
all his money on music, clothes and cosmetics.
I know he has a bank 7
but he never 8
any money in it. In fact, I don't think he
knows where the bank is!
2
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Si'illS
Reading
О
Read the blog. Are the sentences true (T) or
false (F)?
1 Amy goes to an expensive gym.
2 Billy wanted to buy a desk online.
3 Freecycling is an online furniture shop.
4 Rani is worried about the environment.
5 Martin's father is mean.
6 Julie hates shopping.
money-saving blog
W e asked you to send us your money-saving
tips and stories. Here's a selection of the best.
POST £0: i nm
Amy, London
I like to keep fit but I don't want to fork out on an expensive gym. Everything's
expensive in London, but there are lots of parks. So I bought 1 some running shoes,
and started to go running in the park. I also walk to school now. I save money and
get fit at the same time.
POSTED: 3 гтгак
Billy, Southampton
I wanted to change my bedroom and get a new desk, so I was checking out p •
of bedroom furniture online when I found a website called Freecycle. Freecycling is
I when a person gives away things they don't need. I found a perfect small wood«"desk for my bedroom, and it was free!
POSTED: 7 mim
Rani, Bristol
Every time I go to a supermarket, I get a plastic bag. Every time I do exercise I
have 2 some water. Every time I go to a restaurant I have 3 some cola. In future,
I'm going to buy a 'Bag for Life' and drink tap water. I'll save money, and help the
environment too.
POSTED: 8 mins ago
Martin, Cardiff
My father earns a lot of money, and he saves most of it, but he isn't mean. He
buys my mum 4 some flowers every Friday, and when he travels, he always brings
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mum 5 some perfume and 6 some chocolates. But he has taught us to be quite
frugal. His advice is, when you want to buy something, ask yourself two questions.
First, do you really need it? And secondly, can you get it cheaper somewhere else?
POSTED. 9 mins ago
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Julie
I love designer clothes and the latest fashions, and I really want a cool pair of Gue.c;
sunglasses. I need to save money, so here's 7 some advice for people like me don't go shopping! Don't go to shopping centres, and don't use online shopping
sites. They're dangerous!
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Word < V J d f f Quantities
Writing
0
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Read the t e x t again. Replace the underlined
words (1-7) w i t h the phrases (a-f) below.
a a pair of
b
с
d
e
f
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1
a bouquet of
a bit of
a bottle of (x 2)
a box of
a can of
Write an advert for something you own.
•
•
•
•
•
•
What is the price?
What is it?
Can you describe it?
Is it new or second hand?
Is it in good condition?
What are your contact details?
Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct words.
It was my girlfriend's birthday last month but I
only had 1 a bit of money. So, instead of doing
something expensive I surprised her with 2
roses (from my grandma's garden!) and we went to
the park and had 3
lemonade and 4
5
crisps. I took
matches and lit a candle on
a chocolate bar! It was j u s t 6
fun and she
was really pleased I remembered.
Sentence Builder Adjective Order
О
Choose the correct words to complete the
sentences.
1 I love your (new sporti/sports
2 I've lost my old brown
new bag.
leather/brown
old
leather
wallet.
3 She w o r e her amazing
big red/big
amazing
red
hat to the wedding.
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4 I w a n t a new nice school/nice
new school bag.
5 She usually wears designer
designer jeans.
expensive/expensive
Complete the sentences w i t h the words in the
correct order.
1 What are you doing with that
dirty second-hand book? (second-hand / dirty)
2 My brother bought an
mobile phone, (new / expensive / silver)
3 I gave my mum a
bouquet
of flowers - she was really pleased, (red / big /
beautiful)
4 Did you see her? She was wearing
a
dress.
(purple / Versace / lovely)
5 Look, there's a really
denim
jeans in this magazine, (black / pair of / nice /
men's)
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Present Perfect (2)
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REMEHSER
1 I Ve found
downloads.
2 My parents
Complete exercises A-C before you start
this lesson.
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2 eat
stop
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(go) skiing.
(not put) my birthday money in the
bank.
4 My mum
sell
have
(find) a good website for music
3 I
w r i t e t h e 3 rd f o r m of t h e verbs. Underline
t h e regular verb on each line.
1 climb climbed steal
spend
* Complete t h e sentences w i t h t h e correct f o r m
of t h e verbs in brackets.
(give) me her old phone.
5 I
(not meet) the love of my life.
6 My dad
he
make
(find) a car that he likes but
(not buy) it yet.
3 forget
decide
ring
take
7 Can we watch a different DVD? I
this one.
4 choose
write
pay
try
8 I
Planet.
(always want) to go to Forbidden
Write positive or negative sentences. Use
t h e Present Perfect.
Sentence Builder ever/never
1 I / sell / clothes on eBay.
©
+ I've sold clothes
on eBay.
(see)
* * Complete t h e questions and sentences w i t h
t h e w o r d ever or never in t h e correct places.
ever
2 I / buy / a second-hand English dictionary.
1 Have youydownloaded music from the internet?
3 I / spend / all this month's pocket money.
2 I have earned more than £50 a week.
4 My mum / buy / a new dress.
3 Have you used make-up?
+
5 My dad / give / his old laptop to me.
4 My brother has saved anything.
+
6 I / save 200 euros / for a new bike.
5 My dad has bought any second-hand clothes.
+
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Use t h e cues t o w r i t e questions and
answers in t h e Present Perfect and ever.
1 you / buy / clothes from a second-hand
shop? •
Have you ever bought
second-hand
clothes
from a
shop?
Yes. I have.
2 you / have a holiday / in the USA? X
3 your dad / eat / a burger?
•
4 you / earn / more than a 100 euros in a
day? X
5 it / snow / in your city?
•
6 Has your mum sold anything on eBay?
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Use
the
cues
t ° w r i t e question and answers.
1 part-time / I / had / a / job. / never / have
I have never had a part-time
job.
2 has / sister / never / money. / earned / My / any
3 seen / ever / you / Have / Star Wars?
4 mum / you / ever / Has / given / pocket
money? / your
5 shopping centres. / has / never / shopping / at /
enjoyed / He
MONEY
Grammar Alive
* * Use t h e cues t o w r i t e questions and answers
in the Present Perfect. Use already and yet.
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**
Use
Experiences
t h e cues t o w r i t e questions and answers.
1 A: pass your driving test?
B: start taking lessons
A: Have vou passed your driving
test, vet?
B: No. I haven't. But I've already started
taking
lessons.
2 A: read Macbeth?
B: see the play
A:
B:
3 A: buy the new Radiohead album?
B: listen to it online
A:
B:
4 A: sell your old laptop?
B: put it on eBay
A:
B:
5 A: find a birthday present for mum?
B: buy her a card
A:
B:
^
* * * Use t h e cues t o w r i t e questions and
sentences. Use t h e Present Perfect. Use a
t i m e adverb [ever, never, yet, already) in t h e
correct place if there is a (T) at t h e end of t h e
sentence.
go to Paris? • (four times)
1 Ebooks / not become / more popular than books
see a live band X (but watched lots online)
ride a motorbike X (but driven a car)
(T)
Ebooks haven't
books vet.
become more popular
sleep in a tent • (on a school trip)
than
earn money X (but would like a part-time job)
do salsa dancing X (but eaten salsa sauce!)
2 I / see / lots of films at this cinema
cook a meal for your parents •
3 you / buy / clothes for your mum for her
birthday? (T)
(lots of times)
Have you ever been to Paris?
Yes, I have. I've been to Paris four
times.
4 I / have / a summer job because I don't like
working in the holidays (T)
5 I can't buy anything because I / spend / all my
money (T)
4
6 My mum / not give me / my pocket money (T)
5
6
7
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SKILLS
!
Listening
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Underline one incorrect item in each category.
Put them in the correct category.
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OES Complete the dialogue w i t h the correct
words. Then listen and check your answers.
Luke:
Antiques
an 18th century painting, a 1920;
dress, a pair of headphones, a
Roman coin, an 18th century
Turkish carpet
Let's go to the antiques market. I Ic
Kelly:
Luke:
Assistant:
Kelly:
Electronic goods
second-hand clothes,
a box of DVDs, CDs,
videos
Assistant:
Kelly:
Assistant:
Kelly:
Food and drink
a chicken, a bowl, a kilogram
of mushrooms, a pineapple
Clothes
a jacket, scarves, a pair of jeans
a top
Accessories
a bracelet, a necklace, an 18th
century Tlirkish carpet, a pair
of boots
Arts and crafts
a vase, a modern painting,
a teapot, spices
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OED Match the sentences from the dialogue.
Listen and check your answers.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Can 1
What
Can 1 try
The changing room
It's a bit
What about
Can
a
b
с
d
1 help you?
too big.
a scarf?
have this one
please?
e it on please?
f size?
g is over there.
AWhat
about/Can
I t r y it on?
Assistant:
Yes of course.
Kelly:
5How
Assistant:
Kelly:
Assistant:
£20.
Oh, it's too expensive.
It's silver, but you can have it for
£18.50.
Okay, great. Here you are.
6That's/Take one pound fifty change.
Could you wrap it up, 7madam/please
It's for a present.
Sure. Here you are.
Luke:
Assistant:
Luke:
Assistant:
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looking at old things.
Me too. It's mum's birthday next
week. Let's choose a present for he
Sure. Let's go.
г1tan D/l will help you?
Oh yes. zCould you/Can I have a lool
at that bracelet please?
Here you are.
Hmm I think it's 3about/a bit too big
for mum.
What about this one? It's similar, bul
smaller.
much/How
many is it?
Y°u are at a clothes market with a friend.
Choose something to buy from the words belov
Use the phrases from Exercise 2 to write a
dialogue.
a hat
a scarf a dress a pair of boots
handbag a bracelet a jacket
a
MONEY
Check Your Progress 3
Money Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct
words.
love
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How to be good with money: If you get pocket
money or earn money 1
a part-time job,
don't spend it all 2
silly things that you
don't really need. Each month try to put some 3
your bank account. Begin with something
small - £20 4
month. Also, don't shop 5
expensive shopping centres. Look for
bargains 6
charity shops or discount shops.
It's amazing what you can find. I enjoy 7
at
second-hand shops.
her.
already
ever
yet
never
1 you / visit / Iceland?
2 I'm not hungry, thanks. I / eat
3 Rob doesn't drive. He / not pass / test
4 you / find / your mobile phone?
/7
©
Present Perfect Use the cues to write
sentences and questions. Use the words below.
5 I / won / any money
Quantities Underline the word that is not
possible in each line.
6 Debbie / not receive / exam results
I'd like a bit of
advice/information/chocolates.
She bought me a bottle of aftershave/sweets/
/6
cola.
He gave her a beautiful bouquet of perfume/
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roses/flowers.
She's wearing a new pair of shoes/jeans/clothes.
Can I have three packets of orange juice/crisps/
biscuits please?
Where's the box of chocolates/beans/matches?
Could I have a bit of crisps/chocolate/bread?
/7
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Present Perfect Complete the sentences w i t h
the Present Perfect form of the words in
brackets.
Peter
life.
Shopping Complete the dialogue w i t h the
correct words.
A: Can I 1
you?
B: Yes, can I have a 2
A: Yes, of course.
B:
A:
B:
A:
B:
A:
(never save) any money in his
How 3
Ten pounds.
It's a bit too 4
Okay. 5
Okay. 6
I'm 7
.I
at that scarf, please?
is it?
one is eight pounds,
you wrap it up, please?
haven't got any paper.
TOTAL SCORE
(you / spend) a lot of money on clothes
and shoes?
Jane
(never buy) anything online.
Lily
(sell) lots of things on the internet.
We
(not give) her any money for her
birthday.
(Tom ever earn) any money?
Dad
(not go) to the market today.
(you / see)the new second-hand shop
in town?
/7
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Look at the objectives on page 21 in
the Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
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3 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
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Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need to study more?
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Sound Choice 2
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Say the words and expressions below.
a
b
с
d
e
began / begun (Exercises 1 and 2)
Sue / shoes (Exercise 3)
right / write / seen / scene (Exercises 4 and 5)
Could I look at that please? (Exercise 6)
bracelet / celebrate (Exercise 7)
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Ш 1 Listen and check your answers. Which
sounds and expressions did you have
problems with? Choose three exercises to do
below.
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2nd form
3'd form
begin
began
begun
€SD Vowels and spelling - /i:/ and /ai/. Mate
the words t o the correct sound. Then listen
check and repeat.
htgh leave meet
shy size sweet
mile
high
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peace piece scene seen
drink
ring
A I'd like to try gymnastics.
I'm really into dancing.
I do it every weekend.
sink
I like it because it's fun.
swim
В Could I look at that please?
He's played for that football team for years.
She hasn't sung my favourite song yet.
She hasn't swum in the sea.
We've seen that film lots of times.
Can I try it on please?
Could you wrap it up please?
Thank you very much.
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€BD Difficult words Put t h e words into the
correct column. Listen and repeat.
argument
bracelet celebrate chocolate
opera restaurant valuable
С Ш Consonants - /J7 and /s/ Listen and repeat
the tongue twisters.
1 Sheila showed Shaun some shorts, shirts and
shoes in her shop.
2 Sam sold Sue some super second-hand silver
sunglasses.
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b seen
с bye
d write
CBD Expressions Listen and underline the tv
stressed words or syllables on each line. List
again and repeat.
1 I've never been to Paris.
2 They've drunk all the milk!
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2 peace
3 right
4 scene
/i:/
С Ш Grammar - contractions Listen and repeat.
3
4
5
6
a piece
/ai/ buy bye right write
sing
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1 buy _c_
clean
OED Grammar - irregular verbs Complete the
table w i t h t h e second and third forms of the
verbs. Listen, check and repeat.
1 st form
С Ю Vowels and spelling - / к / and /ai/ Mat
the words w i t h the same sound. Then liste
check and repeat.
bracelet
library
STORIES
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
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Complete the puzzle w i t h film types. What is
the hidden word?
1 Exciting. Usually about crime.
2 About police and criminals.
3 Often scary. About dead people you can
see.
4 Very exciting and sometimes dangerous
stories.
5 Set in nineteenth century USA. Guns
and horses.
6 Very scary or shocking. Sometimes lots
of blood.
7 Imagining the future or other planets.
8 A type of policeman tries to solve a
crime.
9 The opposite to real life.
10 About relationships and romance.
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Complete the sentences with the words
below.
boring depressing funny
interesting romantic
imaginative
violent
It was really boring the story wasn't
interesting.
I laughed and
It was really
laughed.
there was a lot of
It was really
fighting and killing.
there were a lot
It was really
of incredible new ideas.
It was really
, I felt really sad
about the future.
the main
It was really
characters were really in love.
It was really
, I learnt so much
about animals from the story.
1
t
h
r
i
1
i
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Choose the best answer to the questions.
One of my 1
g_
books is The
Day of the Jackal'
Frederick
Forsyth. It's a detective 3
but
it's also 4
thriller. The story
5
place in France during
the 1960s. It's 6
a plan to kill
the French President, General de
Gaulle. A secret organisation hire
a professional - 'The Jackal' - to
kill de Gaulle and police detective
Claude Lebel tries to stop him. It's
really 7
and I couldn't put it
down.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
а
а
а
а
а
а
а
favourite
for
story
the
take
about
boring
b
b
b
b
b
b
b
love
under
crime
a
takes
on
romantic
с
с
с
с
с
с
с
bestseller
by
book
-
have
for
exciting
e
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Past Simple and Continuous
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* Complete the sentences about John's day
using the Past Continuous.
Complete exercises A-C before you start
this lesson.
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Complete the sentences w i t h the Past
Simple form of the verbs in brackets.
1 My parents
met at university, (meet)
2 I
in 1999, I
in 1998. (not
be born / be born)
3 My dad
a new laptop yesterday.
(buy)
4 I
last night, I
. (not go out /
stay at home)
5 I
at 7.30 this morning, (get up)
6 I
lunch with my family, (have)
7 I
pizza and salad for lunch
yesteday. (eat)
8 I
the football match on TV because
I was busy, (not watch)
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Write questions to the answers in Exercise
A.
1 Where
did your parents
meet
2 Were
3 What
4 Did
5 What time
6 Who _
7 What
?
1999?
?
?
?
8 Did
Complete the t e x t w i t h the Past Simple
form of the verbs in brackets.
Last month, our school 1 had
(have) an
idea to make money for charity. They 2
(ask) everyone to bring old clothes, books and
CDs to school to sell. I 3
(decide) to go
to school early to help put everything nicely
on tables in the hall. I 4
(go) there at
two o'clock and 5
(start) working. I
6
(see) a really nice shirt so I 7
(give) a teacher some money for it. Then I
8
(find) a jacket, a coat, some CDs and
some books. I 9
(spend) £20 before
my friends 10
(arrive). Now, everyone
wants to help next year so they can find
things before anyone else.
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1 At 7.30 a.m., I / have breakfast
A t 7.30 a.m.,
2 At
At
3 At
At
I was having
breakfast,
8.30 a.m., I / walk to school
8.30 a.m
10.00 a.m., my friends / play football
10.00 a.m.,
4 I not / play because I've got a bad leg
5 At 12.00, my friends and I / have lunch
At 12.00
6 At 3.00 p.m., I / have a history lesson
At 3.00 p.m
7 At 6.00 p.m., I / do my homework, my sister
/ make dinner and my parents / watch
television
At 6.00 p.m.,
8 At 8.00 p.m., I / play computer games
At 8.00 p.m
STORIES
О
** Use the cues to w r i t e questions and short
answers about John's day yesterday in the Past
Continuous.
©
look
1 john / have breakfast at 7.00 a.m. yesterday? •
Was lohn having
breakfast
* * * Complete the t e x t w i t h the verbs below.
Use the Past Simple or Past Continuous.
at 7.00 a.m.
yesterday?
not wear
see stand
weit walk
tell
think
I was going on holiday and my flight was
leaving from Heathrow airport. I
1 was waiting
in the airport terminal when
Iг
a man. He 3
near a computer shop. He was strange
because he 4
modern
clothes, but a big hat and long boots.
He 5
like someone from
he
the 18 th century. б
was wearing fancy dress. After a few
moments, he 7
away, and
disappeared. Later, someone
8
me that there are
several ghosts at Heathrow airport.
Yes, he was.
2 What / John / do at 8.30 a.m.?
He was walking to school.
3 John / play football at 10.00 a.m.? X
4 What / John and his friends / do at 12.00?
They were having lunch.
5 John / geography lesson at 3.00 p.m.? X
6 john / do his homework at 6.00 p.m.? •
7 John's parents / work at 6 p.m.? X
G r a m m a r A l i v e Telling an anecdote
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8 Who / make dinner at б p.m.?
John's sister.
9 John / watch TV at 8.00 p.m.?
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** Choose the correct words to complete the
sentences.
1 I waited/fyvas waiting)for a taxi when I saw my
friend.
2 It rained/was raining when I left the house.
3 I was lying in bed when I heard/was hearing a
strange noise.
4 When we arrived/were arriving home from
Egypt, w e still
wore/were
still
wearing
* * * Choose А, В or С and use the cues to w r i t e
a short anecdote.
A camp in the mountains - try to sleep - hear a
strange noise - very scared - look out the tent see three cows
В walk to the bus stop - drop my keys - can't see
them anywhere - finally find them - miss the
bus
С sit in the park - eat my sandwiches - notice
a man - he look at me and smile - we wear
exactly the same T-shirt
A We were camping
trying
in the mountains.
to sleep when
We were
we ...
T-shirts
and shorts. We were freezing!
5 I looked/was looking at some old photos when I
found/was
finding
one of my dad w h e n he was
seventeen. He had/was having really long hair.
6 My friend talked/was talking on his mobile
phone so I didn't
say/wasn't
saying
anything to
him.
7 I was cooking/cooked dinner when my friend
arrived/was
arriving at my house.
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SKILLS
:
listening
СТО Listen to a conversation b e t w e e n t w o
friends, Sarah and Duncan. Choose t h e best
answer t o t h e questions.
1 What does Sarah think of films about pirates?
Word Builder Multi-part verbs (1)
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Use t h e words below t o r e w r i t e t h e underlined
phrases.
a She loves them, b She doesn't like them.
с She quite likes them.
2 What sort of story is Pirates of the Caribbean?
a a ghost story b a historical story
с an adventure story
3 In which century does the Pirates of the
Caribbean take place?
a seventeenth b eightteenth с nineteenth
4 What happened when Will Turner first met
Elizabeth?
a He saved her life,
b They fell in love,
с She saved his life.
5 What does Duncan think of Johnny Depp?
a He thinks he's a good actor.
b He thinks he's a bad actor,
с He thinks he's okay.
6 What does Sarah think about Keira Knightley?
a She thinks she's a good actor.
b She doesn't think she's a good actor,
с She thinks she's young.
7 What sort of stories does Sarah like?
a crime b love с historical
8 Why is Mrs Bennet worried about her five
daughters?
a because they aren't married
b because their husbands aren't rich
с because they haven't got jobs
Sentence Builder Adjectives and
prepositions
О
Complete t h e sentences about Sarah and
Duncan w i t h t h e correct words. Are the
sentences t r u e (T) or false (F)?
1 Sarah is afraid
of
pirates.
2 Duncan thinks Johnny Depp is good
playing a pirate.
3 Duncan thinks Keira Knightley is bad
acting.
4 Sarah is interested
films.
5 Mrs Bennet is worried
future.
watching adventure
her daughters'
ду ДЩ
ВД
ЩЦ «pt \fjff
a went back b went straight с sailed back
d picked her up e was going back f pick her up
The film, Titanic, is a love story. After a holiday in
Europe a beautiful young woman called Rose 1 was
returning e to America with her mother and her
rich fiance, Cal. On the ship. Rose met Jack, a poor
artist and they fell in love. Rose had a good time
with Jack in 3rd class, but when she Returned
to first class, Cal was angry. He said jack stole
a necklace. The guards arrested Jack, and soon
afterwards the Titanic hit an iceberg and started
sinking. Rose 3 went directly
to the cabin where
Jack was a prisoner and helped him to escape. The
Titanic was sinking, and Rose and Jack were in
the water. Some people in a small boat saw Rose
and Collected her.
but they left Jack behind.
So Rose jumped into the sea because she wanted
to stay with Jack. When the boat Returned
to
Rose to 6 collect her
again, Jack told her to get
in. That was the last time she saw him.
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GRAMMAR
STORIES
Present Perfect and Past Simple
* Choose the correct words to complete the
sentences.
Q
* * * Complete the dialogue w i t h the Present Perfect
or Past Simple form of the words in brackets.
1 My cousin has got married/foot married) last
summer in a hotel.
Jackie:
1
2 I Ve already
Dan:
A girl?
Yes, and he 3
(fall) in love. But there's
a problem. He 4
(see) her on a bus
yesterday and he spoke to her, but then he 5
(not ask) for her phone number.
6
he
(ask) her name?
been/already
went t o t w o
weddings this year.
Jackie:
3 My mum and dad have met/met
in t h e
1990s.
4 I haven't
met/didn't
meet t h e love of my life
yet.
5 My sister says she's never fallen/never fell in
love before.
6 My brother and his girlfriend haven't got on/
didn't get on very well at first.
** Use the cues to write questions in the
Present Perfect or Past Simple.
1 We went out last night (Where / go?)
Where did vou ao?
2 Something has happened (What / happen?)
3 I've read The Count of Monte
Cristo a f e w
times (How many times / read it?)
4 Somebody phoned her before the lesson
(Who / phone?)
5 Jane and I went to see a romantic comedy at
the cinema yesterday (What time / go?)
6 Sarah got married (When / be / the
wedding?)
** Use the cues to make dialogues.
1 A: visit / Paris? — • B: Yes — •
A: How long / stay? — • B: Four days
A : Have you ever visited
Paris?
B: Yes, I have.
A : How long did you
B: Four
stay?
days.
2 A: cry / cinema? — B : Yes — •
A: Why / cry? —*• B: It was a very sad film
3 A: write / love letter? — B : Yes
A: Who / write to? —>- B: My ex-boyfriend
Dan:
Jackie:
Dan:
Jackie:
Dan:
Jackie:
Dan:
Have
you heard (hear) about Tom? He 2
(meet) someone.
Yes, but only her first name and it's Ann.
I7
(never see) him so unhappy.
Oh no! Poor Tom. By the way, How 8
(meet) Peter?
I9
(go) to a party in August and he
was there. We 10
(get engaged) two
weeks ago.
That's great!
II
you
(ever fall) in love at
first sight?
Yes, many times. But sadly, nobody 12_
(ever fall) in love with me!
Workshop 2
Writing
О
О
Speaking
Read the letter. Match the parts of the letter
(1-5) w i t h the sections (a-e).
a ending
d email information
b story
с introduction
e informal beginning
Complete the email w i t h the linkers below.
at first
but then
in the end
suddenly
later
luckily
О
1 Ü
2 _
Hi Dora
3
I hope you're well. I'm fine. Last
weekend, I had a real adventure. I was
staying at my aunt and uncle's house
and my uncle has a little boat, so I
went sailing with my cousins.
4
5
О
A: What did you do at the weekend?
B: Er... well. I stayed at home and watched DVDs.
It was boring. What about you?
A: I went to Paris.
B: %/owb/Oh no! Did you go alone?
A: No, with my mother. We stayed with her friend.
B:
20h
no!/Mm.
A: She works in the Eiffel tower.
B:
We were having a great time in the
boat when someone a suddenly
shouted, 'Hello!'. A boy and a girl
were standing on a small island and
shouting, b
I thought they were
being friendly and I shouted 'Hello,'
с
the boy shouted 'Help!'. We
sailed to the island and the boy carried
the girl to the boat because her leg
was red and swollen. The boy said his
sister was climbing on the rocks when
she fell, d
, I had my mobile
so I called my aunt and she called an
ambulance.
We sailed back to the beach and the
girl went to hospital, e
, the girl
was okay and f
, her parents
called to thank us.
Write soon, love Becky xxx
СЕЭ Choose the correct words t o complete t h e
dialogue. Then listen and check your answers.
3Really?/Mm.
A: Yes, there's a restaurant on the second floor.
She works there. Anyway, on Saturday, Mum
and I went on a boat on the River Seine. We
had a bit of an adventure.
B:
4 Oh
nol/Really?
A: Yes, we were getting on the boat and then I
dropped my bag in the river.
B:
sMm./0h
no!
A: I was crying. All my money was in the bag. But
then a French boy jumped into the river and
saved it.
A:
6Wowl/Mm.
В: I was so happy - my mum gave him twenty
euros, and I fell in love!
О
Look at the underlined words in the dialogue in
Exercise 1 and find the linkers.
1 1 linker to go back to the story Anyway
2 2 linkers to link two events
3 1 linker to hesitate
Write an email of 100-150 words t o a friend
telling them about an adventure you had.
О
Write a dialogue in your notebook about a
weekend away. Use the notes below, or your
own ideas.
a weekend in Venice with your parents - stayed in an
expensive hotel - went sightseeing - got lost - met
some nice people - took you back to your hotel parents invited them to visit you at home
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Ш
STORIES
Check Your Progress 4
©
Adjectives Complete the sentences w i t h the
correct words.
1 I love Pirates
of the Caribbean
О
- it's b
2 Have you heard the g
Glencoe?
s
1 What type of books are you interested
.
about
2
3
4
5
6
3 The best d
stories are about Sherlock
Holmes.
4 The Harry Potter books have sold millions - it's
ab
.
5 My little sister loves f
6 Avatar is probably the most i
seen.
О
film I've
. We laughed a lot.
?
?
?
(meet) a beautiful girl and now I'm in
love.
2 My mum
(meet) my dad at university.
3 She
(never see) a Harry Potter film but
she
(read) all the books.
4 I'm hungry. I
(not have) anything to eat
Describing stories Complete the t e x t w i t h the
correct words.
My mother loves films by Alfred Hitchcock. Her
film is The Birds. It's a horror z
and is based on a novel 3
Daphne du
Maurier. The story takes 4
in a small town
in Northern California. It's 5
the strange
behaviour of the birds in the town. They suddenly
begin to attack people! It's 6
brilliant film
but very, very scary!
all day.
5 They
6 We
(fall) in love at first sight.
(go) on holiday to France last year.
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TOTAL SCORE
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Module Diary
Past Simple and Continuous Complete the t e x t
w i t h the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
A few years ago, a young family
(move)
to a house in Melbourne, Australia. One night, the
couple 2
(sleep) when their baby son
3
(start) crying. The woman woke up and
4
(prepare) a bottle of milk when suddenly,
the crying 5
(stop). She went back to bed.
A few hours later, the baby cried again. This time
she went to check. As she opened the door to
her son's room, she 6
(see) a boy sitting
on the bed. He 7
(calm) the baby down.
When he saw the woman, he s
(disappear).
The woman never saw the boy again but the
neighbours 9
(tell) her it was the ghost of
a young boy who 10
(die) in the same room
eighty years before.
Present Perfect and Past Simple Complete the
sentences w i t h the Present Perfect or Past
Simple form of the words in brackets.
1 I
1
О
?
?
/6
17
О
Which school subjects are you good
What wild animals are you afraid
What sort of things do you worry
Are there any sports that you are bad
Which things are you relaxed
?
- her favourite is
Cinderella.
7 The film was really f
Adjectives and prepositions Complete the
questions w i t h a preposition.
О
1
J
!
О
Look at the objectives on page 29 in
I
the Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
3 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need to study more? ;
/10
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LISTENING
ЕГЭ EXAM CHOICE 2
С Б ) Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между
высказываниями каждого говорящего A-F и утверждениями, данными
1в списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей
цифрой, т о л ь к о о д и н раз. В з а д а н и и есть о д н о л и ш н е е у т в е р ж д е н и е .
Вы услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
The
The
The
The
The
The
The
speaker
speaker
speaker
speaker
speaker
speaker
speaker
explains why shopping online is good.
explains how to win a competition.
talks about some bargains at a market.
believes we don't need the latest phones.
talks about spending a lot of money.
explains the advantages of saving money.
believes it's good to earn money.
A
1
В
Утверждение
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ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 9
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I
LISTENING TASK 2
€ E 0 Вы услышите разговор двух друзей о фильмах, которые они посмотрели.
Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений 1—VII соответствуют
( содержанию текста (1 - True), какие не соответствуют (2 - False) и о чём в
тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного,
ни отрицательного ответа (3 - N o t stated). Обведите номер выбранного вами
варианта ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.
Ч
ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 3
I
Matt went to the cinema yesterday evening.
1) True
2) False
3) Not
II He saw a film called The Greek Gods.
1) True
2) False
3) Not
III Percy's father is half human, half god.
1) True
2) False
3) Not
IV Percy Jackson finds his mother.
1) True
2) False
3) Not
V 500 Days of Summer is a romantic film.
1) True
2) False
3) Not
VI Tom and Summer get married.
1) True
2) False
3) Not
VII Amy cried when she watched the film.
1) True
2) False
3) Not
stated
stated
stated
stated
stated
stated
stated
1
^шЖШШ,
O B Вы услышите разговор двух друзей о том, как они провели летние
^ ^ каникулы. В заданиях 1—VII обведите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую
выбранному вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.
ч
—
—
I
Emily was in hospital ...
1) every day.
2) for one day.
3) on the last day.
II Why did Emily go to hospital?
1) a bee stung her
2) a fish stung her
3) a jelly-fish stung her
III How did Emily get to the hospital?
1) Her parents took her there.
2) She swam there.
3) She walked there.
IVWhat did Emily do in Minorca?
1) She went fishing.
2) She went windsurfing.
3) She went swimming.
V Where did Ned go for his holiday?
1) Russia
2) Scotland
3) Spain
VI Why didn't Ned enjoy his holiday?
1) He didn't like playing chess.
2) The comics he read were boring.
3) The weather was very bad.
VII What does Ned want to do next summer?
1) go to the beach
2) sleep a lot
3) go camping
4
ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 2
USE OF ENGLISH
USE OF ENGLISH TASK 3
Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами 1-10. Эти номера
соответствуют заданиям 1-10, в которых представлены возможные варианты
ответов. Обведите а, Ь, с или d в соответствии с выбранным вами вариантом
ответа.
It was a beautiful, sunny Saturday morning in June. The birds were singing and the sun was shining in
the sky. Vicky was walking along the street. She was going to the s t r e e t 1
She wanted to buy a 2
of flowers for her mum.
As she passed a shop, a man ran out and a little old lady shouted, 'Stop! Thief! Stop!' The man was holding a
3
, and he was running very fast.
'What has happened?' Vicky asked the old lady. 'He has stolen my bag!' she replied. She was very 4
about it. 'No problem,' said Vicky to her. 'I'm good 5
running!' She started to run and the old lady was
6
surprised. Vicky wasn't good - she was great!
She 7
the thief and pushed him to the ground. 'Ouch! What are you doing?' he asked Vicky angrily. 'I'm
stopping a thief! You stole that lady's bag a few minutes ago. The police are coming now to take you away,'
said Vicky.
The police arrived and took the thief. Vicky w e n t 8
to the shop. The lady was waiting there. Vicky
gave her the bag and the lady was very happy. 'I haven't thanked you 9
,' said the lady as she opened
her bag, took out her purse and gave Vicky ten pounds! 'Please take this, you have 10
it!'
1 a) place
2 a) packet
b) centre
b)bouquet
3
4
5
6
7
b)
b)
b)
b)
a)
a)
a)
a)
a)
big red bag
afraid
with
some
caught
8 a) up
9 a) ever
10 a) earned
red bag big
interested
for
very
b) ran
b) away
b) already
b) got
c)
c)
c)
c)
c)
c)
shop
pair
red big bag
worried
at
a lot
c)
c)
c)
c)
took
about
yet
spent
d) market
d) bit
d) big bag red
d) relaxed
d) to
d) absolutely
d) checked
d) back
d)never
d)saved
ENERATIONS
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
О
Read the information and match the names of
people w i t h how they are related to Barack
Obama.
О
Barack Obama has a very large family. His
father, Barack Obama Sr, got married when
he was eighteen to a woman called Kezia.
They had two children, a son, Malik and
a daughter, Auma. Barack Obama Sr later
came to Hawaii where he met Ann Dunham.
They got married and had a child, Barack
Obama Jr, who is now President of the
United States. His mother's parents, Stanley
and Madelyn looked after Barack for
a year when he was young. Barack's mother
married for a second time in Indonesia. Her
new husband's name was Lolo and they had
a daughter, Maya. Barack's wife's name is
Michelle. Her father's name is Fraser and her
mother's name is Marian. Michelle has one
brother, Craig.
Complete the descriptions (1-3) w i t h the correct
name. Then write a description for the person
who is not described.
Debbie
1
Viv
is wearing baggy jeans and a jacket
with a hood. She's got long hair.
is wearing a short dress with leggings.
She's got short dyed hair and a piercing above
her eye.
3
is wearing a short skirt with leggings
and a T-shirt. She's got a tattoo on her left arm.
2
О
brother-in-law father-in-law grandparents
half brother half sisters mother-in-law
parents stepfather
1 Barack Obama Sr and Ann Dunham
2 Lolo
3
4
5
6
7
8
Auma and Maya
Stanley and Madelyn
Marian
Craig
Fraser
Malik
parents
Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct forms of the
verbs below.
argue
can't stand get on have
not often see
have got (x 3)
I 1 Ve got a big family. I 2
two mums
and two dads! My parents are divorced, but they
got married again, so I've got a stepmother and
a stepfather. I 3
fours sisters - two are
half-sisters and two stepbrothers! I spend a lot of
money on birthday presents. I 4
my father
and stepmother because they live in the USA, but
I go there for holidays. I 5
well with my
sisters and brothers, but I sometimes 6
with my stepfather. He 7
different tastes
in fashion and he 8
my clothes.
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13
О
SKILL!
Reading
Read t h e blog. What is Zoe's problem?
a She thinks her mother looks like Madonna,
b She wants a new laptop,
с She doesn't like her mother's clothes.
Teen Advice Blog.
Zoe
Share your worries and opinions with other teens.
Posted yesterday at 17:10
MADONNA FAN MOTHER
My problem is my mum! She's really nice and I get on well
with her. I sometimes argue with her about little things, but
nothing important. All my friends love her - she's great fun.
When she was my age, Madonna was really popular and mum
was a fan - she wore miniskirts and leggings, lots of jewellery
and dyed her hair blond. I think she wanted to be Madonna!
She was only sixteen so it was okay. However, she still wears
leggings and short denim skirts now, and I can't stand it. She
even uploads photos of herself onto her homepage, so all my
online friends can see her. What can I do?
Benny
Posted today at 13:21
You're lucky to have a cool m u m - my mum is so conservative.
She wears baggy jeans and long skirts, and she never wears
jewellery. Although she's only thirty-seven, everybody thinks she's
older because her clothes are old-fashioned. One friend even
thought she was my grandmother! Your mum should give my
mum some fashion advice!
Joolee
Posted today at 11:10
I agree with you Zoe. My problem is my father. He loves t-shirts
with bad slogans like, 'This is what a cool dad looks like.' :-(
JJR
Posted today at 07:45
I think your mum's cool. But why are you friends with her
online??!!?? She's your mother, not your friendl
Zoe
Posted today at 21:01
My mum got me a fantastic new laptop for my birthday, so when
she wanted to be my online friend, I couldn't say no! Sometimes,
she's at work and I'm at home, and she wants to have a realtime chat with me online! I just go offline. I love chatting to my
friends, but I can chat to m u m when I get home.
Ross
Posted yesterday at 17:26
Zoe, your m u m wants to stay young, and why not? Her
generation wore denim miniskirts before our generation. You
say she's great fun - that's more important than the clothes
she wears. Most parents don't understand the virtual world, but
you're lucky - your mother has a homepage and knows how to
use it. I think that's great. :-)
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GENERATIONS
О
Read the blog again. Are the sentences
true (T) or false (F)?
Sentence Builder Contrast linkers
1 Zoe's friends get on well with her mother.
О
2 Zoe's mother wears normal clothes for her
age.
3 Benny's mother looks old for her age.
4 Joolee's father likes slogans.
1 My parents use computers at work. They
don't go online to chat or surf the Net for fun.
(Although)
Although mv parents use computers at work, they
don't ao online to chat or surf the net for fun.
5 JJR thinks it's okay for Zoe to be online friends
with her mother.
6 Zoe likes chatting to her mother online.
7 Ross thinks Zoe's mother is different from most
other parents.
2 I love downloading music and films on my
computer. I prefer playing football to playing
computer games, (but)
3 I love Christmas because four generations of our
family get together. The teenagers spend hours
in front of their computers, and I don't like it.
(However)
Word Builder Compounds
О
Match the underlined words in the t e x t to the
definitions below.
1
2
3
4
5
6
О
4 I spend hours on the computer so my parents
think I don't have any friends. I have over 200
online friends and I have real-time chats with
them all the time. (However)
a portable computer - laptop
connected to the Net the first page on a website disconnected from the Net put something on the Net in the present -
5 My dad reads the newspaper and watches TV
at the same time. He doesn't really multitask.
(Although)
Complete the interview w i t h the words below.
page
up
online
off
task
top
Rewrite the sentences using the linking words
in brackets.
site
down
A: How many hours do you spend chatting
1 online
each day?
В: I spend about two hours chatting in real time,
but I'm online all the time. I never log 2
.
A: What's your favourite 3 web
?
В: I love YouTube but I love sites about nature.
A: What was the last track you 4
loaded?
B: Check It Out by will.i.am.
A: Do you ever multi 5
?
B: All the time. I'm doing this interview on my
s lap
, texting my friend and 7
loading photos to my home 8
at the
same time.
Writing
О
Write a blog reply to Bobby65. Use compounds
and contrast linkers.
Bobby65
My problem is I sometimes argue with
my dad. When he was young he did
his homework in his bedroom with no
music or TV. He thinks I should do the
same and he can't stand it when I do my
homework, listen to music and I'm online,
too. Although I can understand why he is
worrying, I am very good at multitasking
and I always do my homework and get
good marks. I get on well with my dad,
but this is one thing we can't agree on.
What can I do?
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GRAMMAR
Present Perfect (3)
О
REt
Complete exercises A-C before you start this
lesson.
О
bought
1 I have always _b_
a
show
2 I have
3 I have never
life.
b lived here.
с lived anywhere
else.
b
spend
с
teach
4 make
d
give
I didn't like pop music when I was young and
I don't like it now.
5 mean
e
pay
4 I have never
taught
5 I have always _
Complete the text with the Present Perfect form of
the words in brackets.
6 I have
Hi Jean
Just a quick family update. Jim 1 has iust arrived
(just arrive) back from university. I don't
think he's getting on very well with his new
girlfriend. They 2
(have)
a few arguments. Katie's fine though. She
3
(pass) all her exams
this term. Johnny hasn't done very well.
He 4
(not study) much
at all. In fact, he 5
(spend) most of his time online. As for me,
I6
(give up) yoga and I 7
(start) dance classes.
What about you? I 8
(buy)
your birthday present, but I 9
(not buy) a new dress yet for your party! Help!
Love Tina
О
a lived here all my
3 know
2 drive
О
I was born here and I still live here now.
Write t h e t h i r d f o r m of t h e verbs. Then match
t h i r d forms w i t h t h e same vowel sound.
1 buy
* Match t h e sentence beginnings (1-9)
w i t h t h e sentence endings (a-c) so t h a t
t h e y have t h e same meaning as t h e one
above.
He lived in London when he was a child and
still lives there now.
О
7 He has never
a lived in London.
8 He has
b lived anywhere
9 He has always
else.
с lived in London
all his life.
* * Complete t h e sentences so t h a t t h e y
have t h e same meaning as t h e one above.
Use always or never.
1 I'm not interested in cars now and wasn't
interested in them when I was young.
I Ve never been interested in cars.
2 My brother didn't like loud music when he
was young and he still doesn't like it.
Rewrite t h e Present Perfect sentences or
questions using one word f r o m below.
already
a hated pop music
all my life,
b liked pop music,
с disliked pop
music.
ever
just
yet (x 2)
1 Have you been to Africa?
Have vou ever been to Africa?
2 Would you like some tea? I've made some.
3 My mum hasn't met my new girlfriend.
4 We've done our homework. We did it at school.
5 Has Tom found a job?
My brother
loud music.
3 My parents bought this house when they
got married and they still live here.
My parents
house.
in the same
4 My sister has never had a different
hairstyle.
My sister
hairstyle.
the same
5 I didn't enjoy computer games when I was
young and I still don't.
I
computer games.
6 I have wanted a pet dog all my life.
I
a pet dog.
GENERATIONS
Sentence Builder for/since
О
О
* Choose t h e correct words to complete t h e
sentences.
* * * Complete t h e dialogue w i t h t h e correct
words.
1 I've had the same mobile phone since/(föi) about
a year.
2 My family has lived in this house since/for
was built.
it
3 I haven't seen my grandparents since/for ages.
4 My parents have been married since/for
1996.
5 I haven't argued with my mother since/for
weeks.
6 My best friend has known me since/for I started
school.
О
* * Complete t h e sentences so t h a t t h e y have
t h e same meaning as t h e one above. Use t h e
verb in brackets.
Jane:
Granny, how long
this house?
Cranny:
I
Jane:
Wow! What about grandfather?
Granny:
He 3
lived here for thirty-five
years. I met him at university, so I have
known him 4
forty years. We got
married thirty-five years ago.
1 I bought a laptop last year.
I 've had a laptop since last year, (have)
2 I met my English teacher t w o years ago.
I
t w o years, (know)
3 I started at this school in 2012.
I
My father
(live)
he was born.
5 I didn't like rap music when it began. I don't like
it now.
I
it began, (like)
6 My mother became interested in French films at
university.
My mother
university, (be)
ф
you lived in
lived here my whole life.
2
Do you like living in the country?
Granny:
Yes, I've
I've 5
noisy.
Jane:
But when you were young, did you go
out much?
Granny:
Oh yes, of course. I have always 7
interested in music and films. I
still love dancing, but I haven't been to a
disco 8
your mother was born. I
haven't had the time or energy!
5
loved the country.
liked big cities. They're too
she was at
* * * Write questions w i t h How long ... and
complete t h e answers.
1 you / know / your neighbours?
Q: H o w long have vou known
ф
* * * Make t r u e sentences for you using t h e
Present Perfect and always, never, for or since.
1 like school
I / know them / three years
A: I have known
have
Jane:
2012 (be)
4 My father was born in this city.
1
your
neighbours?
I've always liked school.
I've never liked school.
them for three years.
2 your grandparents / live / at the same address?
They / live / there / they were ma'rried
2 be interested in politics
Q:
A:
3 want to visit Australia
3 you / have / your mobile phone?
I / only have / it / t w o days
4 wear second-hand clothes
Q:
A:
your mother / work / in the same job?
She / work / in the same job / she / leave school
5 be good at football
6 have a boy/girl friend
Q:
A:
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LT
SKILLS
Listening
Complete the note w i t h the verbs below.
want (x 2) spend
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forget (x 2) make (x 2) take
OES Graham and his father are having a
conversation. Guess who made the statements
(1-6), Graham (G) or his father (F). Then listen
and check.
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Pear Jo
1 hope you and your grandma have a nice
weekend together.
Don't 1 foraet
Don't
t o tidy your room and
the rubbish out tonight.
2
too long on your
3
computer or watching TV, and don't
4
too much noise. Your
grandmother doesn't like your music.
When you make something in the
kitchen, don't
a mess for your
5
grandmother. And if you
6
to
come back late on Saturday night, don't
forget t o tell her. If you
7
t o have
more pocket money, ask me, not your
grandmother.
1 I don't think you can do your homework with
music on. _F_
See you on Monday, love mum
... and don't
s
t o do your
2 I'm taking the TV out of your room.
homework!
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3 All my friends multitask.
4 You can have the music on - but not so loud and
no TV.
5 Do you think I can go camping with Sam and
Julie in the summer?
СБЭ Use the words in brackets to rewrite the
underlined phrases. Then listen to check your
answers.
1 In mv opinion, eleven thirty is a better time.
(Personally / think) Personally, I think
2 I'm sorry I disagree with you. (not agree)
3 I think eleven thirty is very late, (opinion)
4 In my opinion, it isn't late, mum. (not think)
5 Yeah. I agree with you, (right)
6 In my opinion it's a bit unfair, (really think)
7 I don't agree with that, (disagree)
6 I really think you need one adult with you.
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tX£)
Listen again and complete the opinions.
1 Father:
Graham:
2 Father:
Graham:
3 Father:
Graham:
Graham:
Father:
Father:
Graham:
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I
don't
think you can do your
homework with music on.
I'm sorry, I don't
with you.
I'm taking the TV out of your room.
I
think it's a bit unfair.
Well, in my
, you need to think
about your homework.
Okay, you're
.
Look at my homework,
do
you think? Is it okay?
Hmm, yes it's not bad.
think TV is for relaxing
after you've done your homework.
Okay, I agree with
about
that.
GENERATIONS
Check Your Progress 5
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Families Complete t h e t e x t w i t h t h e correct
words.
both
I've got t w o sisters. I get on well
of them but I sometimes argue with Emma, the
younger one. We've got a half-brother and a z halffrom my father's second marriage. Dad
lives near our house and we g e t 3
really
well. We have the same tastes 4
music and
football teams - but not in fashion! Mum is quite a
relaxed person but she 5
angry when we 6
hours on the computer o r 7
home
late. But we get
8
well most of the time. My grandparents
live in a different town and I 9
often see
them.
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Present Perfect (3) Complete t h e sentences
w i t h for or since.
5.30 p.m.
I've been here
I was born.
They've lived here
fourteen years.
I've known her
t w o years.
I've had this phone .
haven't had this laptop
very long.
She's been a teacher.
2002.
/6
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Opinions Choose t h e correct words t o complete
t h e sentences.
sorry, I disagree I think that's a bit unfair
I really think In my opinion What do you think?
Compounds Match t h e definitions t o t h e correct
compounds.
A: I've told you to tidy your room 100 times!
1 to be connected to the Net
A: Yes, you have. Saturday afternoon?
2 to do different things at the same time
B:
3 to get something from the Net (music)
A: Well, you could do it now -
4 the first page on a website
B:
4
5 to be disconnected from the Net
A:
5
6 to put something on the Net (photos)
B: Oh mum, 6
В: Ч ' т
2
, but I haven't had time.
- I was at the cinema on Saturday.
3
, now isn't a good time.
- now is perfect. Off you go!
it's a bit unfair.
/6
a a homepage
TOTAL SCORE
b to upload
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с to be online
d to multitask
e to download
f
to be offline
/6
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Present Perfect (3) Use t h e cues t o complete
sentences in the Present Perfect.
1 How long
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
his computer? (Chris / have)
2 Now I can
interested in theatre? (Mary / always /
2
well / quite well / with problems.
be)
3
3 Now I can
the colour in my bedroom. (I / never /
well / quite well / with problems.
like)
4
on his own. (Tom / always / live)
5 How long
6
Look at t h e objectives on page 37 in
t h e Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
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her for? (you /"know)
living in the city centre. (We / never /
Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need t o study more?
enjoy)
7 How long
8 John
in London? (Sue / live)
to the USA. (never / go)
/8
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Sound Choice В
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Say t h e words and expressions below.
® Э Vowels and spelling - t h e l e t t e r 'a' Listen
and repeat t h e sound and t h e word. Put t h e
words in the correct column.
bad
along
camped / breathed / collected (Exercise 1)
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jeans / shirts / dresses (Exercise 2)
1
late / laid, niece / knees (Exercise 3)
bad, along, saw, arm, late (Exercises 4 8 5)
It's really imaginative. (Exercise 6)
comfortable / certificate / explain (Exercise 7)
СВЭ Listen and check your answers. Which
sounds and expressions did you have
problems with? Choose three exercises t o do
below.
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saw
hrfssw
2
/a:/
/a:/ arm
3
/а/
4
late
/ei/
5
taught
calm
lack
make
arrest
walk
mark
rap
sail
arrive
€ Е Э Listen and repeat t h e words f r o m Exercise
4.
CED Expressions Listen and repeat.
1 It's really imaginative.
2 I'm afraid of heights.
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3 I'm interested in reading classics.
CSD Grammar - regular past endings 111, / d /
/ i d / Put t h e verbs in t h e correct column in t h e
table. Then listen, check and repeat.
4 My mum picked me up yesterday.
5 My brother can't stand my music.
6 What do you upload to your homepage?
7 I've always been interested in sport.
breathed camped collected downloaded
logged picked robbed shouted stayed surfed
touched wanted
8 My sister always spends too long in the
bathroom.
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/t/
/d/
/id/
camped
(SÜD Grammar - plural endings Ш, Is/ and /
i z / Find t h e w o r d which has a d i f f e r e n t plural
ending sound. Listen, check and repeat.
1 (cousins) forests ships skirts sticks
2 cells clothes glasses jeans stones
3 churches dresses judges nieces shirts
СТЕП Consonants - / d / and ft/ and /s/ and fzf
Listen and tick t h e w o r d you hear.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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late
heart
wrote
sight
niece
close (adj)
bus
force
И
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
laid
hard
road
side
knees
close (vb)
buzz
fours
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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€ED Difficult words - w o r d stress
Match t h e words w i t h t h e correct stress
patterns. Then listen, check and repeat.
1
2
3
4
5
6
•
•
• J L
•
!
•
•
•
• •
l a
Я • •
• И •
a
b
с
d
e
f
certificate
comfortable
exciting
explain
generation
island
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
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What are the instruments?
Complete the sentences w i t h the correct form of the
words in brackets.
1 I can't stand listening (listen) to the blues. It's music
for old people!
2 My friends are into pop music, but I just love
(listen) to classical music.
1
В I'd like
(play) the saxophone, but I think it's
quite difficult.
4 I can
(play) the guitar quite well, so I'm
going to join a band.
piano
5 I don't usually listen to music at home, but I like
(dance) to music at discos.
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Order the words in the sentences.
1 into / soul / not / I'm / really
I'm not really
into soul.
2 about / I'm / Take That / crazy
3 just / to / folk / My / listening / music / father / loves
4 stand / I / techno / can't
5 mother / play / My / clarinet / the / can
6 good / got / I / voice / haven't / singing / a
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О
Complete the sentences w i t h the words
below.
rap
chilling out cello country and western
reggae keyboards
1 My cousin lives in America and she loves
country
and western
2 My friend plays the
music.
- she's so
small though and it's so big!
3 I love
to classical music.
4 I prefer the sound of a real piano to
5 My mum can't stand
music, she
says they talk too quickly and she can't
understand.
6 Did you know that
music
started in Jamaica?
Complete the text with the correct words below.
about
can't
into just listening
stand te voice
play
really
The worst thing about family holidays is the car
journey. Nobody can agree on the music! My dad loves
listening 1
to
jazz or very old blues music. He
2
stand heavy metal, punk or techno. My sister
is really 3
hip hop and rap - she's crazy 4
Snoop Dogg - but my mother doesn't think that's 'real
music'. Mum can 5
the flute and she likes
6
to classical music. I'm n o t 7
into
love listening to old
pop or classical but
indie bands like The Smiths. I think Morrissey has got
an amazing singing 9
. Mum can't 1 0
the
arguments and says she's going to
get everybody an MP3 player. Well I
think we can all agree on that!
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GRAMMAR
have to/not have to, can/can't
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REMEMBER
1 A singer (has tdj/can know the lyrics to each
song.
Complete exercises A-D before you start this
lesson.
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Use t h e cues t o w r i t e sentences w i t h can and
2 Mrs Smith says you can/don't have to practise
the piano in the music room at school if you
want to.
can't.
3 A new band can't/has
1 I / Russian / not German (speak)
I can speak Russian but I can't speak German.
2 I / the piano / not guitar (play)
4 A drummer has to/doesn't
dancer.
3 I / a bike / not a scooter (ride)
6 Mr Bond says you can't/don't have to sing in
maths class - it disturbs other students.
4 I / pasta / not cakes (make)
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2 You
can't
tell anyone
come in. I'm ready!
3 We've got lots of time. We
4 Come on, come on! We
hurry.
be late.
5 You
practise everyday if you want to
be good at the piano.
3 your parents / ski?
6 She's not very good at maths, so she
study very hard.
4 your mother / read music?
5 you / remember your first day at school?
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* * Complete t h e t e x t w i t h can/can't, have to/
don't have to and t h e correct f o r m of t h e verbs
below.
Complete t h e sentences w i t h have to ( • ) or
don't have to (X) and t h e verb in brackets.
1 You have to drive
on the left. ( • drive)
2 You
( • start)
school when you are five.
3 You
sixteen. (X leave)
school when you're
4 You
( • wear)
a helmet on a motorbike.
5 You
. an ID card. (X carry)
6 You
a passport to travel
abroad. ( • get)
Use
the cues to write questions with have to.
1 you / get up before 7 a.m.?
Do you have to get up before 7 a.m.?
2 you / take any English exams this year?
3 father/travel for his job?
4 mother / drive to work?
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have to be a good
* * Complete t h e sentences w i t h c a n / c a n ' t or
have to/don't have to.
1 This is a big secret. You
okay?
Use t h e cues to w r i t e questions w i t h can.
Then w r i t e t h e short answers.
2 you / dance?
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to practise a lot.
5 A keyboard player usually can/has to learn to
read music.
1 you / sing?
Can vou sing? Yes. I can,/No, I can't.
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* Choose t h e correct words t o complete t h e
sentences.
Guitar Lessons - For All Levels
don't have
You 1
already.
play the guitar
£15 per lesson - you
pay w h e n you
arrive. You can pay at the end.
You 3
bring your o w n
music, or you can borrow mine.
You 4
guitar - you s_
a guitar.
6
have your own
borrow
you let me know by
Friday? - Sign up here.
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* * * Complete t h e dialogue w i t h t h e correct f o r m of t h e verbs in brackets.
Rob: I've never played this game before. What
1
do we have to do
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(we / do)?
Tina: Well, first we need two teams. Then each team
2
(write) some titles on pieces of paper. For
example, you can use film titles or book titles.
Rob: I see. 3
I
(write) song titles?
Tina: Yes, you can. After that, one person from our
team chooses a piece of paper from your team. He
reads the title silently. Then he 4
(mime)
the title and we 5
(guess) what it is.
Rob: 6
he
Tina: No, he can't. He
(speak)?
He just has to act.
(make) any noise at all.
Rob: Oh dear, I'm not very good at acting.
Tina: Don't worry, you 8
(be) good. In fact, it's
much more fun if you're really bad at acting ...
like me.
Grammar Alive
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Complaining
* Complete t h e dialogue w i t h can't, have to and
don't have to.
A: I'm bored.
* * Read these teenage complaints and
underline t h e correct f o r m . Then add t w o
complaints of your o w n using can and
have to.
I can/can't
go online after 9 p.m. My
parents say I have
to/don't
have
to
switch the computer off for an hour
before I go to bed.
I have
to/don't
have
to be home by
I I p.m. When I'm more than f i f t e e n
minutes late, I can/can't go out for a
whole week.
At the school I go to we can/can't wear
trainers so I have to/don't have to wear
these horrible black shoes.
I have to/don't
have to share a
bedroom with my little sister so I can/
can't read when I go to bed.
B: Why don't you watch TV?
A: I 1 can't
the TV is broken ... and-i'm hungry.
B: Well, why don't you make a sandwich?
A: Do I 2
? Why don't you make it?
B: No, I'm not hungry and anyway I 3
this homework.
A: You
4
(finish)
(not / finish) it today. Oh ... I've got a
headache.
(you) complain all the time - why don't
B: Do 5
you go for a walk?
A: I 6
... I'm too tired.
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Listening
® 9 Listen to f o u r people at t h e Glastonbury
Festival, Match t h e m w i t h t h e things t h e y like.
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Kelly
Simon
Paula
Complete t h e t e x t w i t h t h e words below.
Nick
feel (x 2)
Thorn Yorke of Radiohead
looks
sounds (x 2)
Simon
1 Snoop Dogg looks
and trousers.
DJs and the Dance Village
the sunny weather
cool in his white t-shirt
2 The music on the main stage
the festival at night
3 I
water.
Kylie Minogue
the interesting people
tired in the morning.
4 My friend
Shakira
great.
really hot - I have to drink a lot of
5 There are 177,000 people here, but it doesn't
crowded.
6 Shakira
amazing - I love her music.
8 the pizza
Word Builder Multi-part verbs (2)
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Choose t h e correct words t o complete t h e t e x t .
t; I
I
t
'
<
•
-
i
i
I
I
I like different kinds of music a t different
times of t h e day. I Xturn on)/turn down
my music when I wake up in t h e morning,
and listen t o reggae. I zturn the volume up/
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О Ш Listen again. Are t h e sentences t r u e (T) or
false (F)?
1 It's always hot and sunny at Glastonbury.
2 Kelly's favourite singers include Kate Nash.
3 Thorn Yorke of Radiohead is singing on the main
stage.
4 Only young people go to Glastonbury.
5 You can go shopping all night if you want.
6 Glastonbury is an electronic music festival.
7 You can only watch bands at Glastonbury.
turn the volume down and dance around my
bedroom. Reggae makes me feel happy in
t h e morning. When I'm on t h e bus t o school,
I sturn my MP3 player off/turn my MP3 player
on and 1 listen t o Metallica. I Hum the
volume down/turn the volume up really loud. In
t h e evening, I play electronic music with my
friends. My parents often g e t angry and so
we 5turn it down/turn it on for a few minutes,
and then we Hum it up/turn it off again. I
listen t o music on t h e radio when I go t o
bed. Sometimes I fall asleep and my mother
has t o 7turn it off/turn it up in t h e middle of
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Match t h e words (1-9) w i t h their meanings (a-i).
1 big names _e_
a people who watch the
bands
2 dance tent
b place where bands
perform
3 pop, indie, blues
с traditional music
4 stage
d too many people
5 audience
6 queues
e famous musicians
7 chill out
8 world music
g types of music
h lines of people
i place to dance
9 crowded
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f
relax
t h e night.
I
ft,
MUSIC
may, must and must not
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Students...
* Choose t h e correct words to complete t h e
sentences.
1
1 In a park, you must/^nustn't) walk on the grass.
2 On a bus, you must/mustn't
2
talk to the driver.
3 In a library, students may/mustn't
six books.
borrow up to
4 In an exam, students must/mustn't
the questions.
answer all
5 To drive a car, students may/must have a
licence.
* * Rewrite each music teacher's instruction w i t h
must or mustn't.
1 Practise your solo!
You must practise your solo.
get at least sixty-five percent in
after 10 p.m.
3
they like.
4
to lessons.
5
once a week.
6
lessons.
7
a teacher.
8
midnight.
9
10
6 In a hotel, guests may/must use the pool
between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m.
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must
exams.
ф
on Saturdays,
by 6 p.m.
* * * Complete t h e sentences for each sign. Use
may, must, mustn't and t h e verbs below.
download
like
make
pay
stand up
take
2 Listen to me!
3 Don't play so loud!
4 Keep in time!
5 Stop talking!
6 Don't forget your music next time!
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No noise!
We're practising!
make a noise. We're practising.
You
You
. from our
website and you don't have
to pay for it.
* * * Read t h e college rules and complete t h e
sentences using must, may or mustn't.
C o n c e r t t o n i g h t . Tickets £5
You
for a ticke I
to t h e concert.
ALLOWED:
Cfsinger wanted for heavyy
metal band.
You
_ heavy
metal if
want to be our singer.
Wear jeans to lessons
Stay up until midnight
Have parties on Saturdays
y o u
Play whatever kind of music you like
NECESSARY:
Clean your instruments once a week
Get at least sixty-five percent in exams
PHOTOS ALLOWED FOR PERSONAL USE
ONLY.
You
photos but
only for personal use.
Be back at college by 6 p.m.
NOT ALLOWED:
Leave the school without telling a teacher
No dancing! People standing up during the
concert will be asked to leave.
You
during the concert.
I
j
Miss lessons
Listen to MP3 players after 10 p.m.
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Workshop 3
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Match the parts of the letter (a-h) w i t h the
formal expressions (1-8)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Write a letter to a magazine in reply to a review
about the new Red Box album. Write a letter of
100-120 words, disagreeing w i t h the review.
I totally disagree with the reviewer. _e_
In my opinion
Yours faithfully
I found this article very disappointing
In conclusion
I am writing about
Dear editor
According to the reviewer
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RED
BOX
A few of the songs are catchy but I ' m
afraid Grace, the singer, is not very
talented. She has a weak voice, and the
singing is poor. The lyrics are terrible,
and the guitar playing is repetitive and
boring. The drums and keyboard are
disappointing, too.
a tii there
Paragraph
Paragraph
Paragraph
Paragraph
b 1 want t o fell you about your review o f
fAiley Cyrus's new album in your magazine
last week. (Although 1 am a regular readier
12В4-
Your reasons for writing
The magazine reviewer's opinion
Reasons why you disagree
Your conclusion
o-f your magazine, с f o r me i t was a really
bad article.
T h e reViewer thinks t h a t fKe album is
exciting and full o f catchy tracks, d T h e
Speaking
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reviewer says the singer has a strong Voice,
the music is imaginative and the lyrics are
interesting.
1 l(ilk&l
1 am sorry but e the reviewer's wrong. 1
3 I really
but she does not have a Strong Voice. T h e
music is not Very original. T h e son^s are
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T h e lyrics are boring and have nothing t o
g lAnyway, 1 think the review is poor.
h All the best.
M a t t "Pesmond
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like Lady Gaga.
into/I'm
like/I really
not really
don't
X
into hip hop.
like Alicia Keys.
4 I'm/I'm not a heavy metal person.
€ВЭ Match Rob's responses below w i t h opinions
1-4 in Exercise 1. Listen again and check.
Me too _3_
d o with real lite, f 1 think, there is only one
catchy track, and that's the last one.
don't
2 I'm really
think t h a t Miley Cyrus is a talented acior
repetitive and similar t o her earlier albums.
S B Listen to the conversation between
Jane and Rob. Circle Jane's opinion (1-4). Put
a tick • when Rob agrees and a cross X when
he disagrees.
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I am
don't.
Me neither
the cues in brackets to write replies to
these sentences.
Use
1 I'm really into country and western. Me too.
(agree)
(agree)
2 I'm not a techno person.
(disagree)
3 1 don't like Eminem.
(disagree)
4 1 really like indie music.
(agree)
5 I'm not into pop.
(agree)
6 1 like all kinds of music.
MUSIC
Check Your Progress 6
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Music Complete t h e sentences w i t h the correct
word.
Patrick isn't really
Lara is
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soul.
into hip hop.
to country and western.
Joe just loves _
Steph is crazy
Joby
The Killers.
stand jazz.
I'd like to
the piano.
music.
con/can't/have
to/not
have to Choose t h e
2 Turn the radio
weather forecast.
I want to listen to the
3 Turn your mobile _
_, we're in a church!
I play the drums in a heavy metal band. We 1can't/
don't have to practise during the week because
we all go to different schools, so we zhave to/
don't have to meet up at the weekend. We decided
to practise at my house so I 3don't have to/can't
carry the drums anywhere. We 4can/can't play in
the house because we're too loud. So we scan't/
have to practise in the garage at the bottom of
the garden. It's a bit cold sometimes but at least
we 6have to/can make a noise. We 7can/ have to
practise all day if we want to! We 3don't have to/
can worry about the noise!
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Verbs + adjectives Complete t h e sentences w i t h
t h e correct f o r m of feel, look or sound.
3 She
can't sing.
must and mustn't Complete each sentence
w i t h must, mustn't or may.
1 You
go in now - the head teacher is
ready to see you.
2 You
progress.
go in now - there is an exam in
3 You
swim here - it's very dangerous.
4 You
5
swim here - but be very careful.
we go now? - have you finished asking
us questions?
we go now? - I'm having such a good
6
time.
7 You
drive on the left - you're in
8 You
drive on the left - you're in Poland!
England!
/8
TOTAL SCORE
4 I found a 1980s photo of U2. They
young.
6 We
music.
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positive when I'm listening to
amazing on stage. It's a shame she
5 My CDs
music system.
it's too loud and it
таУ>
1 I've listened to their second album. It
just like the first one.
2 I always
reggae music.
, we're trying to save
/5
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correct words to complete t h e t e x t .
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_, I can't hear what they
5 Turn that music
sounds awful!
/8
Q
1 Turn the volume
are saying!
4 Turn the computer.
electricity.
Zoe's got a really good singing
8 I love relaxing to
Multi-part verbs (2) Complete t h e sentences
w i t h t h e correct words.
so
Look at t h e objectives on page 45 in
t h e Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
1 Now I can
so much better on my new
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Now I can
happy when we dance to pop
well / quite well / with problems.
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3 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need t o study more?
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READING
ЕГЭ EXAM CHOICE 3
READING TASK 3
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания 1-7. В каждом задании обведите
цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа.
ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 11
Underage Festival
Are you a music lover between the
ages of thirteen and seventeen?
Would you like to go to a music
festival with friends the same age
as you? Then this music festival is
for you! For most music festivals
you have to be eighteen before
you can go without an adult, but
Underage Festival is different. You
must be between thirteen and seventeen.
Underage Festival is a day of music and fun for teenagers. It
takes place in Victoria Park, London, in August. It's a one-day
festival - it starts at 11.30 a.m. and the music goes on until 8
p.m. It's easy to get to Victoria Park - many buses go there from
all over London and there are five tube stations nearby for those
who are travelling by train. All teenagers under 16 can travel free
on the bus with a special travel card. Your parents can take you
there by car, too, but let them know there's no parking. There
are no telephones at the festival, so it's a good idea to have
your mobile phone with you for your parents to call you at the
end of the day.
Sam Kilcoyne is the main organiser of the festival. He started
Underage Festival in 2007 when he was only fifteen years old.
He wanted to go to music festivals but he was too young - so
he started one for people his age. Underage is a small festival
with 10,000 people but the best thing about it is that there are
no adults! Parents can wait for their children outside the gate,
but they can't come into the festival. But parents don't need
to worry! The organisation is great and it's a safe and peaceful
festival. On the festival website, there's a page for parents with
all the information they need.
You can't bring food or drink into the festival, but there are lots
of restaurant tents with a variety of food and drink - from pizzas
to burgers and Chinese to Mexican. We recommend the pizza
tent - the pizzas are fantastic! There is no alcohol at the festival.
There's a big variety of music, everything from indie to hip hop,
electronic to heavy metal. Have you ever been to a silent disco?
Well, there's a silent disco at Underage where everyone wears
headphones. At the festival you can listen to music and dance
all day! And don't worry - it's a festival for teenagers, but the
bands are great. Underage has become very popular because
the music is fantastic and the atmosphere is great!
Where do the bands play their music? There are six stages at
the festival. The main stage is outside and the other five are
in huge tents. Sometimes, it feels a little crowded in the tents,
but the most famous bands and singers usually play on the
main stage. Sometimes it's difficult to choose which band to
watch because they only play for thirty minutes. But in general,
the music is fantastic and the teenagers are happy. So go to
Underage and enjoy all the great music before you are 18!
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What is the author of the article trying
to do?
1 give practical information about travel
and cost
2 recommend the festival
3 review the music
4 describe his/her experiences
Why is Underage Festival different from
other festivals?
1 It's for music lovers.
2 It's for teenagers and adults.
3 It's just for teenagers.
4 It's just for adults.
Can an 18-year-old go to Underage
Festival?
1 Yes, they can.
2 No, they can't.
3 Yes, they can go with an adult.
4 Yes, they can go with a teenager.
Where can parents find information
about the festival?
1 outside the gate
2 from Sam Kilcoyne, the organiser
3 from their teenage children
4 on the festival website
Which of the following can't you have at
the festival?
1 a Chinese meal
2 a pizza and lemonade
3 a burger and chips
4 a Mexican beer
What is something unusual you can do at
Underage?
1 dance at a quiet disco
2 listen to hip hop music
3 dance all day
4 be with people your age
Why is it difficult to choose which band
to watch?
1
2
3
4
There are six stages.
The bands only play for a short time.
There's a big variety of music.
The music is fantastic.
MODULES
4
READING TASK В
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания 1-7. В каждом задании обведите
цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа.
The generation gap
Have you ever felt that older people don't understand you? Do
your parents or grandparents think that you don't know what's
really important in life? Well, that's because there's a generation
gap.
The generation gap has always existed. You can find it all over
the world, in all cultures, and at all times of human history. The
ancient Greeks were aware of it. They wrote about it in their
comedies at the drama festivals. Just as it is now, the generation
gap back in ancient times was a clash of opinions and behaviour
between the younger and the older generations.
The generation gap is difficult to avoid. One of the reasons for
this is new technology because it brings new ideas and new
beliefs. New technology makes the gap bigger because the
younger generation can quickly learn and use this technology;
they think that older people are old-fashioned because they
don't understand new technology and are afraid to use it. Some
older people don't like modern ideas such as the internet or
reality TV shows. They think the young generation is silly, doesn't
have any knowledge and doesn't know the difference between
right and wrong. Young people today get their knowledge
from the internet, and they hardly ever read, while the older
generation has got its knowledge from books.
The generations see marriage, love, happiness, and correct
behaviour differently. In a family, that can cause arguments
between the young people and the older members, especially the
grandparents. It is normal for every age to have its own way of
behaving, and this includes what people wear. Fashion causes
a lot of arguments in families around the world. The clothes
that teenagers wear these days can look terrible to the older
generation. In addition, there are body piercings, tattoos, spiky
hair ... lots of things to drive parents and grandparents crazy!
Another reason for the generation gap is that older generations
hold on to their traditions and old customs. Young people,
however, prefer to be modern, and the modern world is very
different to the one their parents and grandparents grew up in.
These days, young people choose their own friends, go out with
them, stay out late, etc. They're not interested in learning how
to cook traditional food or learning traditional songs. They prefer
fast food and singers who wear strange clothes and behave in
unusual ways!
Fortunately, the generation gap isn't always a serious problem,
and the different generations continue to love each other even
if they often disagree. But parents (and grandparents) must
remember that they also wore clothes their parents didn't like,
and behaved in ways that really annoyed them. Don't forget,
the generation gap has always existed, so perhaps today's
older generation can try a bit harder to understand teenagers.
Young people, on the other hand, must listen to their parents
respectfully and try not to do things that make them worry. They
must understand that there is a lot they can learn from the older
generations, very important lessons about life and how to live it
well.
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ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 11
Why does the writer mention the ancient
Greeks?
1 to talk about their drama festivals
2 to discuss ancient history
3 as an example of a culture
4 to say they knew about the
generation gap
What does the writer say about
technology?
1 Young people can't use it.
2 Some older people are scared of it.
3 It mustn't be old-fashioned.
4 You can find it on the internet.
What is different between older and
younger generations?
1 Older people read more books.
2 Younger generations watch a lot of TV.
3 Older generations are more modern.
4 Teenagers can't read.
What does the writer say about fashion?
1 It makes teenagers crazy.
2
3
Older people wear terrible clothes.
Parents don't like their children's
clothes.
4 It is important all around the world.
Which traditions does the writer mention?
1 music and marriage
2 clothes and marriage
3 clothes and food
4 food and music
What does the writer say young people
must do?
1 listen and learn from their parents
2 behave very strangely
3 annoy their parents
4 disagree with their parents
What is the writer's opinion of the
generation gap?
1
It is very bad for families.
2
3
4
It happens, but it isn't too bad.
No one understands it.
It doesn't exist.
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WRITING
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WRITING TASK 1
You have received a letter from your English-speaking pen-friend Tony who writes:
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ШЭ SKILLS BUILDER 28
... In &reat Britain most young p&ople listen to pop, rap
and hip hop music. Could you tell me what music you
and your friends like best? Do you listen to traditional
Russian music? Is it popular with your generation? What
kind of music do your parents listen to?
As for
Щ W
I have just bought a new computer ...
Write a letter to Tony.
In your letter
•
answer his questions
• ask 3 questions about his new computer
Write 100-140 words.
Remember the rules of letter writing.
Comment on the following statement.
Some people think that friends are more
important than family. Others believe that
family members are the most important
people in your life.
What is your opinion? Who do you think is more important?
Write 200-250 words.
Use the following plan:
• make an introduction (state the problem)
• express your personal opinion and give reasons for it
• give arguments for the other point of view and explain why you disagree with it
• draw a conclusion
HEALTH
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
О
Match t h e pictures w i t h t h e descriptions.
©
Complete t h e questions w i t h a, an or (-).
serious illness?
1 Have you ever had
flu last year?
2 Did you have
3 Do you ever have _
hayfever?
4 When was the last time you had
5 Have you ever had
cold?
accident at school?
6 How many times have you been to
hospital?
О
Choose t h e correct words t o complete t h e
sentences.
1 Tess has a terrible cough and a sore throat, I
think she may have (o coldjfhayfever.
2 I feel really tired. I have a sore throat and a high
temperature. I think I may have flu/diarrhoea.
3 Toby and his friends all have a temperature and
feel very faint. I think they need to sunbathe a
lot
more/less.
4 Sandra feels tired and weak all the time.
She needs to sleep more and do/make more
exercise.
5 Len has never had a bad illness but he
occasionally has/feels depressed.
О
Complete t h e sentences w i t h more or less in
t h e correct place.
more
1 People need to doAexercise.
2 People really need to eat fruit.
3 People need to watch TV.
4 People really need to eat junk food.
5 People need to sunbathe.
О
a Earl has earache. J3_
b Fiona feels faint.
с Don has diarrhoea.
d Tod has a temperature,
e Heather has hayfever. _
f
Tina has toothache.
Complete t h e t e x t w i t h t h e correct words.
Harry is really healthy. He eats fruit and
vegetables every day and he never eats junk 1
food . He's stopped smoking so he never has
cough or a sore 3
. He's never 4
to hospital, and he's never had s
accident.
2
Ursula is really unhealthy. She eats junk food
and chocolate every day, and she smokes. She
often 6
toothache and stomachache. She
sometimes has a headache and 7
faint.
I think it's because she never goes outside. She
needs to 8
more exercise. She also needs 9
eat more fruit and vegetables and she 10
needs to stop smoking.
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19
SKILLS
Reading
Read the article and choose the best summary.
a The sun is bad for your skin.
b The sun is good for your skin but in summer you must use protection,
с The sun is bad for people w i t h fair skin, but fine for people with dark skin.
SUMMER SKIN CARE-
In summer even body needs to 1н- с л refill w i t h the sun. Do you know how
to spend time in the sun without burning or damaging your skin? Rend the
ten rules below and find out which are ГЛС1 and which are HCTION.
Always wear a baseball cap.
It protects you f r o m the sun and
looks cool, too.
FICTION You need to wear a hat,
but choose your hat carefully.
Baseball caps protect your eyes, but
they don't protect your ears or your
neck. Use a proper sun hat.
Use sun cream. You need to put it on
at least twenty minutes before you go
out.
FACT Sun cream starts to work twenty
minutes after you put it on.
You need to use sun cream even on a
cloudy day in summer.
FACT The sun can damage your skin even
on a cloudy day.
O n a hot sunny day, wear lightcoloured clothes - white or yellow are
best.
FICTION Light coloured clothes don't
protcct you from the sun. The best
solution is to wear baggy clothes
in dark colours.
'.MJ.'
You need to spend time in the sun for
healthy skin.
FACT You need to spend time in the sun
to get enough vitamin D for healthy skin
and bones, but don't forget to use sun
cream. Without sun cream you have a
bigger risk of skin cancer.
Put sun cream around your eyes and
on your eyelids to protect them
f r o m the sun.
FICTION Sun cream hurts the
eyes. Wear sunglasses instead.
You need to spend a lot of money to
get a good sun cream.
FICTION There are many different brands
of sun cream. Find the one that is best for
you. Expensive ones are not always better
than cheap ones. Use a sun cream labelled
SPF30+ and it should give you the same
protection as one that is more expensive.
You only need a little sun cream. Too
much sun cream is bad for your skin.
FICTION You need to use a lot of sun
cream. The sun dries out your skin. Sun
cream moisturises and protects it.
-Ш/•tv
Put more sun cream on every two
hours.
FACT You need to put sun cream
on regularly, especially when you're
swimming.
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In summer, people with dark skin can
also get burnt.
FACT People with fair skin and blonde
or red hair need to be extra careful and
use a high factor sun cream. People with
dark skin can stay in the sun longer than
people with fair skin, but they do need to
protect their skin from the sun, too.
^
О
Choose the best answer to the questions.
1 What are the right clothes to protect your skin
from the sun?
a a baseball hat and light coloured clothes
b a baseball hat and dark coloured clothes
с a sun hat and light coloured clothes
d a sun hat and dark coloured clothes
2 Where shouldn't you put sun cream on your
body?
I HEALTH
Writing
О
Read the instructions for making lemonade
and put the pictures in the correct order.
a on your ears and neck
b around your eyes and eyelids
с on dry skin
d on darker skin
3 What is the right way to use sun cream?
a Use a little and often.
b Use a lot, two or three times a day.
с Use a lot every two hours,
d Use a little every two hours.
4 Why is it important to spend time in the sun?
a You drink more water.
b It improves dry skin,
с It's a chance to wear cool sunglasses,
d It helps keep your skin and bones healthy.
5 What kind of sun cream is best?
a an expensive one
b a cheap one
с a cream labelled SPF30+
d a moisturising one
T h e p e r f e c t l e m o n a Ol
Word Builder Confusing words
О
Choose the correct word to complete the
sentences.
1 In the past, people didn't know about the
dangers of smoking. (NovtfActually we know that
it causes cancer.
2 A year ago I wasn't very fit, but now/actually I
go running every day. Now/Actually I'm training
for a marathon.
3 I love eating sweets but my dentist says they
damage/hurt my teeth. I hate going to the
dentist because it really damages/hurts a lot.
4 I had a lovely meal/food in an Italian restaurant
yesterday. I had a pizza but it was too great/big
and I couldn't finish it.
5 I'm allergic to the sun so I wear/use a hat and
sunglasses all the time. I also wear/use a special
high factor sun cream.
ре
1 Щ
First
take one cup of sugar and
put it in one cup of hot water.
2•
squeeze four to six lemons
and then add the lemon juice to
the sugar water,
3 •
mix the lemon juice and
sugar water with three to four
cups of cold water.
Too sweet?
4 •
О
put less sugar and more
lemon juice.
Complete the instructions in Exercise 4 w i t h
the linkers below.
Finally
Then
Next time
First
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will, may and be going to
О
* Order t h e words in t h e sentences predicting
your f u t u r e health and well-being.
1 get / probably / married / I'll
Complete exercises A-C before you start this
lesson.
— I ' l l probably
get married.
2 sure / I'll / I'm / children / have
О
Complete t h e sentences w i t h will ( • ) or
won't (X) and t h e verb in brackets.
3 in an office / think / work / I / I'll / don't
F i f t y years f r o m n o w ...
4 put on / I / weight / may
1 People will live longer. ( • live)
free anywhere in the
В Children
fever. ( • get)
a lot more allergies like hay
4 Malaria
7 I / not / a television / in my home / may / have
as much sport. (X do)
Complete each of t h e health resolutions w i t h
t h e correct f o r m of going to.
resolutions
sfop ea+in£
8 need / glasses / going / soon / I'm / to
О
* Complete t h e predictions for these patients.
1 jim has broken his arm.
He moy need on operation
operation)
(may / need an
2 Debbie has a cold.
(will probably / be okay next week)
2 X M y -friends aren't going to make so
many mobile phone calls.
3 Katy smokes a lot.
(may / get cancer)
5 f " f / b m a n d "Pad
more exercise.
4 Giles has really bad toothache.
(may / need to visit
the dentist)
^ • 1
Vegetables.
do
eat more f r u i t a n d
stay up so late.
5 X <&emma
(d • 5>ara
7 x 1
•food.
cycle t o school.
ea+ as much f a s t
Order t h e words in t h e questions.
1 getting warmer / the
climate / continue / Will?
Will the climate
continue
getting
warmer?
2 the gym / Bob and Anna / to / join / going /
Are?
3 Will / this evening / your mum / at home /
be?
4 live / on the moon / people / Will / ever ?
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6 definitely / eating / junk food / stop / I'll
in Europe. ( • exist)
1 • T o m is aoing to
chocolate.
V,
•
— > •
Tfsleiv Y e a r ' s h e a l t h
О
5 don't / I'll / think / start / smoking / I
—
5 Teenagers
©
—
2 Health care
world. (X be)
5 to / to school / today / going / you / Are /
walk?
5 Dawn looks very pale and has a stomachache.
(going to / be sick)
6 Alex eats well and does lots of exercise.
(will probably live to
be 100)
HEALTH
О
* * Complete t h e sentences w i t h will, may or be
going to and t h e correct f o r m of t h e verbs in
brackets.
1 Bye for now. Maybe I
'II see
you later, (see)
2 Prices are very high in France. You
of money for your holiday, (need)
a lot
3 There isn't a cloud in the sky, it
beautiful day. (be)
4 I
a
go to the doctors tomorrow - I'll see
how I feel in the morning, (go)
5 Perhaps we
again one day. (meet)
6 Mum feels tired so she
tonight, (go)
to bed early
7 Do you think you
(grow)
taller than your dad?
8 The doctor
you antibiotics or he
that you don't need them, (give,
decide)
О
* * * Complete t h e dialogue w i t h t h e phrases
below.
I'll be I'll have to I'll probably walk it's going to
rain may agree may be may not come wttf-be
will let won't finish won't want
Cathy:
Matt:
Cathy:
Matt:
Cathy:
Matt:
Cathy:
Matt:
Cathy:
Matt:
Cathy:
I don't think Lena
1
will be at the party
tonight.
Why not?
She feels cold. She thinks it's flu.
So, she 2
to school tomorrow.
Probably not. Does that matter?
Yes. I'm doing a project with her. We
probably 3
it on time now.
Don't worry. I'm sure Mr Collins 4
you have some extra time. Anyway, don't
worry about that now. How are you
getting to the party?
I don't know. It's a nice day, I don't think
5
so 5
. That means 7
leave home at about seven
o'clock.
My dad's taking me. He
8
to'take
you as well.
Great.
He's going to collect me as well but at
ten o'clock. You probably 9
to
leave that early.
Matt:
I don't know. The party 10
boring
and I don't want to be too late to bed or
II
tired tomorrow.
Cathy:
Matt:
Is this Matt I'm talking to?!
Yes, I've changed. I need to be careful
about my health.
Grammar Alive Predictions
О
* * Complete t h e sentences using a verb f r o m
below and t h e correct f o r m of be going to, will
or may.
be
get (x 2)
leave
1 My parents may move
They aren't sure yet.
live
move
to a different house.
2 My sister
probably
school when she's sixteen. She doesn't like
studying.
3 I
never
country. I love England too much.
in a different
4 We
flu this year. A lot of people I
know have had it.
5 I'm sure you
malaria on holiday you're only going to Brighton.
6 My brother always works very hard in science.
He
a doctor.
SKILLS
Listening
О
Complete the network w i t h a verb from below.
fee break
get over
have
hurt
take
unconscious
bleeding
medicine
painkillers
something
quickly
/
V
3
О
1 What's
2 I've got a
stomach
1 feel a
Where
I've been
What about
How long have
you
8 Have you
9 You've got a high
10 I'm afraid you've
got a
О
an X-ray
О
a leg
a finger
my finger
my leg
Complete the t e x t w i t h the verbs from
Exercise 1.
I've never 1 had
an accident, or a serious
illness, but my brother isn't so lucky. First, he
2
his leg playing football. He didn't
3
it quickly, and in the end he 4
two operations. Finally, his leg got better, but six
months later he fell off his motorbike. He s
bleeding.
unconscious and his head 6_
lots of X-rays but fortunately he was
He 7
okay.
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с
3
4
5
6
7
something
slowly
an operation
an accident
® ® Match (1-10) w i t h (a-j) to complete the
dialogue. Listen and check your answers.
a sick twice.
b got any food
allergies?
с the problem?
d temperature.
e diarrhoea?
f stomach
infection.
g ache.
h does it hurt?
i bit sick.
j had these
symptoms?
G B l Choose the best answers and then listen
and check.
Doctor:
Simon:
Doctor:
Simon:
Doctor:
Simon:
Doctor:
Simon:
Doctor:
Simon:
Doctor:
Simon:
Doctor:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a
Hello Simon. What's the 1
a
?
I think I've hurt my leg.
Right. Do you 2
any pain?
Yes, I have a lot of pain.
So where does i t 3
?
Here and here.
I see. Any vomiting?
No. I d o n ' t 4
sick.
Good. I'm going to 5
your
temperature. Hmm. You've got a slight
temperature. How long have you had
these symptoms?
Since Saturday. I fell off my bicycle.
Ah, well 6
afraid you need to
have some X-rays.
Oh, but I'm going camping tomorrow.
I'm afraid you're not going anywhere
tomorrow. Don't worry, you'll get
7
it quickly, but you shouldn't
walk on that leg for a while. Take these
painkillers four times 8
day.
problem
are
pain
got
put
I'm
on
one
accident
have
feel
feel
b take
b it's
b over
b for
b
b
b
b
с
с
с
с
с
с
с
с
illness
got
hurt
be
feel
he's
up
a
HEALTH
Check Your Progress 7
О
Health Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct
words.
О
I think I'm quite healthy. I've only been 1
hospital once and that was to have an X-ray. I've
never had an 2
or a bad illness. I've
3
flu a couple of times but I soon got over
it. I occasionally have 4
headache but
that's when I 5
_ tired because I've stayed
up too late. I really need 6
watch less TV
and sleep 7
. But apart from that I eat well
and 8
lots of exercise. I sometimes eat
chocolate, but I'm trying to e a t 9
.
be
Confusing words Choose the correct words to
complete the sentences.
7 I _
1 A few weeks ago Jeff was really ill but now/
actually he's fine.
2 I take a lot of vitamin pills but now/actually, I
don't think they do anything.
3 Too much sun can really hurt/damage your skin
and sunburn can really hurt/damage.
4 I love Japanese meal/food. The best meal/food
I've ever had was at a traditional Japanese inn.
5 Hayfever is usually a great/big problem for me
but this new medicinejs great/big.
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О
will,
may a n d be going
break
to C o m p l e t e t h e
get over
8 He
finger.
arrive
eat
finish
travel
rain
win
hurt
take (x 2)
a painkiller when I have a headache.
bleeding badly when he broke his
/8
О
At the doctors Complete the dialogue w i t h the
correct words.
A:
B:
A:
B:
A:
Hello. What's the 1
?
I've 2
a temperature.
or headache?
I see. What about a sore 3
No, I haven't, but I've
earache.
Oh dear. It sounds like an ear infection. Drink
lots of water and 5
these pills four
times a day. You'll soon get over it.
sentences w i t h the correct form of the words in
brackets and the words below.
need
have (x 2)
The doctor says he's
his finger but it's
not a serious break.
He
an accident on his way to school
yesterday.
any medicine at the moment?
3 Are you
if I press here?
4 Does your leg
an X-ray as soon as
5 You need to
possible.
it very quickly.
6 He had flu but he
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Q
Emergencies Complete the sentences w i t h the
correct form of the verbs below.
TOTAL SCORE
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be
Tim is at the dentist's. He
a bit late.
(may)
My cousin
around the world, (going to)
less junk food in the
I think people
future, (will)
4 It's
. Look at that blue sky!
(not going to)
her book this evening.
5 She definitely
(won't)
the race, (going to)
Look! Tess
an
Steve has broken his leg. He
operation, (may)
8 I've got a sore throat. I'm sure I
okay
next week, (will)
Look at the objectives on page 53 in
the Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
3 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need to study more?
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Sound Choice 4
О
Say the words and expressions below.
a
b
с
d
e
f
you mustn't go/they'll have some (Exercise 1)
sore mouth, this zoo (Exercise 2)
bit, beat, cat, cart (Exercises 3 and 4)
cool, food, should (Exercise 5)
I'm not really into reggae. (Exercise 6)
toothache, temperature, moisturising
(Exercise 7)
Я 5 1 Listen and check your answers. Which
sounds and expressions did you have
problems with? Choose three exercises to do
below
О
3
4
5
6
И
Q
they'll have some Q
I'd like it
•
she doesn't know Q
we've bought one Q
в З Э Consonants
repeat.
/9/
you mustn't go Q
he can't come
Q
they have some [ H
I like it
•
she does know
we bought one
Ы
1 thin skin
О
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7 today
8 voice
g police
h spot
You shouldn't eat that junk food,
О
C H I Difficult words First or second syllable
stress? Complete the table. Then listen, check
and repeat.
3 sad thoughts
4 six teeth
/б/ Ы
5 that disease
6 this zoo
7 those hands
8 these pills
• •
®ЕЭ Vowels - short or long? Listen and number
the words in the order you hear them.
111
•
bit
•
•
•
•
cat
cot
pull
[T] cart
• caught
• pool
food
form
good
noise
out
€ £ 1 Expressions Listen to the chants and
underline the t w o stressed words or syllables
on each line. Then practise repeating the
chants.
depressed
2 sore mouth
О
b
с
d
e
f
You shouldn't eat that cake,
You should eat more fruit and vegetables,
Drink water, it tastes great!
Q
Q
/5/, /0/ or /s/, Ы Listen and
a folk
1 cool _b_
2 cough
3 crowd
4 should
5 soap
6 sore
I'm not really into reggae,
I'm not crazy about rock,
I can't stand heavy metal,
I love techno and hip hop.
В
Grammar - contractions Listen and tick the
phrase you hear.
1 you must go
2 he can come
О
О
Spelling - the l e t t e r 'o' Match the words
w i t h the same vowel sound. Then listen, check
and repeat.
infectious moisturising pneumonia
temperature toothache
two syllable words
•
•
toothache
three syllable words
•la
beat
Now listen again and repeat the words.
four syllable words
•
• • •
ATURE
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
О
Use t h e picture clues t o complete t h e crossword
Down
О
0
a In our area b Our climate is probably changing
с the biggest environmental problem
d there are lots of e you can see interesting
varieties
Complete t h e table w i t h t h e animals f r o m
Exercise 1.
Mammals
Q
Complete t h e t e x t w i t h the words and phrases
below.
hippo .
,
,
Insects
,
,
,
Reptiles
,
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I live in a c i t y which was a fishing village. 1 a
J
there are l o t s of buildings and there aren't
I
many parks. B u t although my city is more
J
famous for i t s shopping centres, 2
Underline t h e w o r d t h a t doesn't belong in each
group.
^
1 Green spaces: parks / gardens / traffic / woods
^
spaces. 3
five
green
, but we still have four seasons -
if you include t h e rainy season. 4
is air
2 Nature reserves: rivers / noise / lakes / wildlife
pollution because of t h e traffic. We have a good
3 Wild animals: foxes / deer / wolves / dogs
system of trains, subways and buses, but
4 Animals which live in water: worms / sharks /
jellyfish / toads
there are still t o o many cars. In my city
5
of birds and a t t h e zoo you can see endangered
^
species such as pandas and tigers.
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Future Conditional
О
кспшвш
1 If it rains (rain) tomorrow, we won't ao (not
go) to the zoo.
2 If it
(be) a nice day, I
(have)
lunch in the park.
C o m p l e t e e x e r c i s e s A-C b e f o r e y o u s t a r t t h i s
lesson.
О
Match t h e Zero Conditional sentence
beginnings (1-6) w i t h t h e sentence
endings (a-f).
3 If you
2 If you have really bad toothache,
3 If you have flu,
:
6 If you always feel tired and unhealthy,
b see a doctor.
6 We
(be) late if we
(tell) him you
(not hurry).
(leave)
e get plenty of rest and drink lots of water,
f
Six w a y s t o help save t h e Planet
take an aspirin.
Complete t h e Zero Conditional sentences
w i t h t h e correct f o r m of t h e verbs in
brackets.
О
(be) early if we
* * Match t h e sentence beginnings (1-6) w i t h
t h e sentence endings (a-f). Write conditional
sentences.
d lie down for a while,
1 turn off your TV or computer at night,
2 print on both sides,
3 spend less time in the shower,
1 If I walk to school, it takes me about
half an hour, (walk / take)
2 I
very well if I
cola in the
evening, (not sleep / drink)
4 buy local food,
3 If I
too much junk food, I
sick, (eat / feel)
b reduce plastic pollution
5 My mum
f
Use t h e cues t o w r i t e sentences in t h e Zero
Conditional about you.
1 want to relax / listen to classical music
music.
2 go to bed late / be tired the next day
3 get a headache / spend too long on the
computer
5 usually eat chocolate / feel depressed
a waste less water
d reduce traffic pollution (and get fitter)!
6 Our English teacher
angry if we
our homework, (get / not do)
4 not do any exercise / feel tired
6 walk or cycle more,
e use much less paper
really grumpy if she
enough sleep, (be / not get)
If I want to relax. I listen to classical
5 stop drinking bottled water,
с save electricity.
4 If I
swimming, I sometimes
earache, (go / get)
О
(see) John, I
8 We
now.
a call a dentist,
О
5 If I
called.
(not
7 If it
(not rain) tomorrow, we
(go) to the beach.
5 If you feel faint,
с change your diet and do some exercise,
(go) camping in the summer, I
(go) with you.
4 He
(miss) the bus if he
leave) now.
1 If you have a very high temperature, _b_
4 If you have a headache,
* Complete t h e conditional sentences w i t h will
and t h e correct f o r m of t h e verbs in brackets.
1
reduce unnecessary food transportation
с if vou turn off your TV or computer
you'll save electricity.
2
3
4
at
night,
в
О
** Complete the t e x t with the correct form of the
verbs in brackets.
Grammar Alive Negotiating
О
Life on Earth is experiencing huge
change because of the success of one
species - humans. In the last 500
years 844 species have died out. Some
scientists believe that in the next few
years we 1 will lose
(lose) another
16,000 species if we 2don't change (not
change) our behaviour.
NATURE
* * U s e t h e cues t o w r i t e a conversation
b e t w e e n a brother and sister.
(not
Habitat loss - If we
stop) destroying the rain forest, many
species 4
(lose) their natural
habitat and disappear.
Hunting - Rare species 5
(become) extinct if illegal hunting
6
(continue).
Over-fishing - Many common fish
including tuna and salmon
7
(not survive) if we
8
(not control) fishing.
Pollution - This is the biggest problem
and leads to climate change. If the
world 9
(continue) to get
hotter, the ice will melt and sea levels
will rise.
If we
(not act) now, our
success may mean disaster for future
generations.
B r o t h e r : feed the cat —
Sister:
take the dog for a walk —
B r o t h e r : tidy the kitchen - > Sister:
о
do the washing up
B r o t h e r : get me some cola —»-
* * * Rewrite t h e sentences w i t h t h e same
meaning as t h e one above.
Sister:
1 I'll get home and then I'll t e x t you. (when)
B r o t h e r : feed the cat
I'll text you when I get home,
2 It may snow next month and we'll go skiing, (if)
3 I'll have a shower and then I'll go to school,
(before)
4 He'll be eighteen and then he'll have driving
lessons, (when)
stop giving me things to do — •
Brother:
1Can
Sister:
2/7/
vou feed the cat?
feed the cat if vou take the doa for
a walk.
B r o t h e r : 411 take ...
Sister:
4
Brother:
Sister:
Brother:
5 She'll read her book and then she'll go to sleep,
(before)
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Listening
О
@ D Listen to a conversation b e t w e e n Grace
and Harry. Are t h e sentences t r u e (T) or false
(F)?
Word Builder Multi-part verbs (3)
О
1 Harry went to London for his holidays. _T_
Emily came across
3 Grace saw box jellyfish in the sea.
She tried to run
from it.
4 She only went swimming on beaches with
lifeguards.
She couldn't get
her into the sea.
from it and it chased
5 She didn't see any spiders.
In the end she decided to fight
shouted at it.
a Cassowary on the beach.
The Cassowary slowed
back to the forest.
@QD Read t h e postcard f r o m Grace to Emily.
Choose t h e correct answers. Listen again and
check your answers.
I'm having a g r e a t t i m e in t h e 1 a south b
west c(northeast)of
Australia. It's really
2 a wet b hot с cold here and I'm spending
a l o t o f t i m e 3 a in the park
b on the beach с in the forest. I had a
4 a nasty ь pleasant с funny experience a
couple of d a y s що. 1 w e n t f o r a walk on
t h e beach. I was 5 a alone b with mum
с with dad and I came across ®a a snake
b a bird с a spider. I t was huge, and i t ran
a f t e r me. I ran away b u t i t followed me.
I was terrified. Finally I screamed and i t
ran away i n t o t h e f o r e s t . I hope you're
having a good holiday. See you soon,
love Grace xx
О
across,
2 Grace went to Australia to visit friends.
6 A huge bird ran after her on the beach.
О
Complete t h e sentences w i t h back,
down or away.
and she
and finally went
it
О
Read t h e information about t h e Cassowary.
In which sentences does ' i t ' refer t o t h e
Cassowary?
€ S D Listen again. Guess t h e meanings of t h e
words and expressions (1-8).
1 tanned: a tired b brown-skinned с healthy
2 tropical: a a very hot, dry climate b a very hot,
wet climate с a cold climate
3 tentacles: a eyes b teeth с thin arms
4 lifeguards: a people who save swimmers in
danger b people who sell beds and umbrellas on
the beach с people who clean the beach
5 t e r r i f i e d : a extremely happy I f extremely
frightened с extremely tired
6 aggressive: a behaving in an angry way
b behaving in an amusing way с behaving in a
stupid way
7 chased: a watched b ran after quickly с walked
next to
8 relieved: a sad because a happy situation has
ended b happy because a funny situation had
started с happy because a bad situation has
ended
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The Cassowary lives in the rain forests of Australia
and New Guinea. 1 / f is dark and humid in the
forest, and the Cassowary likes to hide away. zlt
is a large bird - about t w o metres tall and weighs
about sixty kilograms. 3 /t can run nearly f i f t y
kilometres an hour and jump up to 1.5 metres.
4 /t is dangerous to disturb a Cassowary as it may
run after you and attack you. In fact, according to
the Guinness Book of Records, 5 ft is the world's
most dangerous bird. The Cassowary doesn't fly
b u t 6 f t is a good swimmer. The Cassowary is an
endangered species and 7it is illegal to kill them.
в NATURE
й ш т т ш
all, most many, some, no/none
О
* Underline t h e correct quantifier t o complete
these facts about birds.
О
1 15% are vegetarian
Some people in the class are
Tocus on birds
^.
All/None birds use songs to
communicate with each other.
3 15% speak very good English
4 0% give money to animal charities
Many/None of song birds sing from
the same place each day.
Some/Some of birds may repeat?
their song over 1000 times at or.e
time.
No/Many birds have ever learned;
how to speak, they just copy
human speech.
Most of/Some African grey parrot»
can 'say' up to 1000 words and
vegetarian.
2 85% live in apartments
•^
In no/most species of bird it is only',
the male that sings.
О
* * Write sentences about people in t h e class.
Use none of/no, some, many, most or all in your
answers.
5 55% believe in climate change
О
* * * P u t t b e words in bold into t h e correct place
in t h e sentence.
people are terrified of spiders.
Why? spiders are not dangerous - even
the scary tarantula. It's true that of the
larger tarantulas can kill small animals
like mice or lizards but did you know
that tarantula has ever killed anybody?
In fact, only about t w e n t y of the 40,000
species of spider in the world have ever
been responsible for a human death,
psychologists believe our fear is a
learned behaviour - we see somebody
standing on a chair shouting 'spider!' and
we copy them, scientists think our fears
go back to the times when we believed
species of insects and spiders carried
diseases. Whatever the reasons, it seems
that of us want to admit that our fear of
spiders - or arachnophobia - is just, well
... silly.
many
most
some
no
many
some
all
none
* Underline t h e word t h a t is not possible in
each sentence.
1 There are many trees/pollution/green
our town.
2 Many cars/lorries/traffic
morning.
spaces in
drive along here every
3 Climate change causes many
bad weather.
problems/dangers/
4 We've found many
information/stories/articles
about climate change on the internet.
5 I don't like this house. There are many insects/
noise/spiders here at night.
6 Many rivers/lakes/water
are polluted.
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Workshop 4
Speaking
Writing
О
t h e questions (1-5) in t h e correct place (a-e)
in t h e l e t t e r below.
Put
1 Can I bring my laptop?
2 Do I have to go fishing?
3 Can we cook our own food or is there a cafe?
4 Do I have to do dancing?
5 What is the minimum age to come on your
camp?
Hi there!
I want to know about your Forest Summer
Camp.
First, "
5
? I am fifteen and I'd like to
come with my seventeen-year-old brother.
Second, b
? I'm a vegetarian and I
don't eat meat or fish.
Another question is about fishing,
c
? I'd prefer to do other activities
because I don't agree with fishing.
О
I have also got some practical questions.
d
? The other thing is my mobile
phone. Will I have a signal in the forest?
€ S D Listen t o t h e conversation and choose t h e
correct words to complete t h e sentences.
1 I think we should ( w a i t y t o wait for a few
minutes.
2 Let's/Why sit down.
I'm a bit worried about the other activities.
? I'm not very good at it.
3 We will/can eat our sandwiches.
e
4 Why/What don't we call somebody?
Finally, what time does it finish on
Sunday?
5 Let's to play/play a game.
6 What about/of t w e n t y questions.
Write soon,
7 Let/Let's go back before it gets dark.
All the best
8 I think you can/should ask an expert about
those mushrooms.
Jack Robbins
©
Complete t h e dialogue w i t h one question word.
A: Let's do something this weekend.
©
What ?
1 the rest of the
A: In the New Forest. We can go w i t h some
the other
B:
4 second
Hi there!
2 I am writing to ask for information
3 I look forward to hearing from you.
4 Yours faithfully,
2
?
3
?
A: How about Richard and Mike?
Find informal expressions in t h e letter and
replace t h e m w i t h t h e formal expressions below
w i t h t h e same meaning.
1 Dear Sir/Madam,
B:
friends.
3 one more
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1
A: We can go camping.
2 different
О
B:
Match t h e underlined words in t h e l e t t e r w i t h
t h e meanings (1-4).
B: 4
?
A: Because they've done a lot of camping. Let's
call them later.
B:
5
?
A: At five o'clock, after school.
я
Check Your Progress 8
ф
Environment Complete the sentences w i t h the
correct word.
О
1 Air
is worse in big cities.
2 Climate.
is making the world warmer.
3 Green
are places like parks and
gardens.
4 Nature
help protect wildlife.
5 Environmental
are affecting us all.
6 Overis a problem in all the world's
oceans.
7 My
animals are deer.
8 Habitat,
is a big problem for many
animals.
NATURE
it Add it to the t e x t where necessary. (There
are eight missing)
My cousin has a pet snake and he keeps in a cage.
I think is bad to keep animals in cages, but he
looks after very well, so I suppose it's happy, was
quite small when he first got, but now it's grown
to about a metre long. One day I went to his
house and he said 'That's strange. I shut the door
of the cage last night, but was open this morning
and the snake isn't there!' As you can imagine, was
very frightening to think that this big snake was
free, and probably somewhere in the house. I left
very quickly, and didn't return to my cousin's house
until he'd found.
/8
О
Future Conditional Complete the sentences
with will and the correct form of the verbs in
brackets.
О
1 If you
(leave) the dog alone, it
(not bite) you.
(take) the dog for a walk if you
(feed) the cat.
3 If he
(not arrive) soon, we
(start) without him.
4 I
(be) very angry if he
(lose)
my MP3 player.
5 What
(you do) if you
(not pass)
your exams?
6 If we
(go) by bus, we
(not be)
late.
/6
О
/8
Multi-part verbs (3) Replacing the underlined
phrases w i t h the correct form of the multi-part
verbs in the box.
come across fight back get away run away
slow down stay away from
1 Go fast in the opposite direction from alligators
- they can't go very far on land.
2 If you meet a tiger, stand still and prepare to be
aggressive, too.
3 Don't go near bears. They don't go near humans.
4 Be extremely careful if you meet a mother bear
with cubs by chance.
5 Bears run fast and climb trees so it's really
difficult to escape from them.
6 If you run through bushes you can make killer
bees move more slowly.
/6
о"/ most, many, some, no, none Choose t h e correct
words to complete the sentences.
It's been so hot - there is no/none water left in
our lake.
2 Some/None insects are in danger of extinction.
3 No/None of the animals in the zoo are happy.
4 All/Many the students in my class are
vegetarian.
5 All/Most people are worried about climate
change.
6 There are many/no species of birds in my
garden.
7 Most/Many of the wildlife is protected.
TOTAL SCORE
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Look at the objectives on page 61 in the
Students' Book. Choose three and evaluate
your learning.
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Now I can _ _
well / quite well / with problems.
3 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need to study more?
u:
reading
ЕГЭ EXAM CHOICE 4
READING TASK 1
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о
Установите соответствие между заголовками 1-8 и текстами A-G.
Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один
раз. В задании один заголовок лишний.
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 12
Feeling good.
Food lessons.
Don't waste it.
No fun at all.
Clean hands.
A bad headache.
Endangered by farms.
Getting hotter.
A Have you heard of the kangaroo rat? It's a funny looking animal. It lives in the dry areas of California. It uses
its short front legs to dig into the ground and hide. Its long back legs help it to hop around quickly at night
when it hunts for green plants to eat. Unfortunately, farming has damaged the places where the kangaroo
rat lives and it may soon disappear.
В Nearly 97 percent of all the world's water is in the oceans and seas; we can't drink it because it is full of
salt. Another two percent is at the North and South Poles and in glaciers. That leaves only one percent for
us to use, so we must be careful with it. At home, most water is used in the bathroom. You must turn off
the tap in your bathroom while you brush your teeth, and take shorter showers.
С If you are sick with the flu, stay at home. Don't go to school or other places because you can make other
people sick. You must also wash your hands often, especially before eating and after coughing, sneezing, or
blowing your nose. Keep your hands away from your eyes, mouth, and nose. That's how we usually get sick germs get on our hands and we put our hands in our eyes, noses, and, especially, our mouths.
D The Earth is becoming warmer because of the gases we are putting into the atmosphere. These gases are
called greenhouse gases. Warmer temperatures are causing other changes around the world, like stronger
storms. These changes are happening because the Earth's air, water, and land are all connected to the
climate. The Earth's climate has changed before, but this time it is different. People are causing these
changes, which are bigger and happening faster than any climate changes before.
E If you feel depressed, you may also feel tired and weak. The best way to deal with this is by getting healthy.
Do more exercise and you will feel better. In fact, when we exercise, our body produces a chemical that
makes us feel happy. Also, if you become tired from exercising, you will sleep better at night. Eat well, too.
Eating lots of fruit and vegetables will improve your health.
F Last year in the summer, I went camping with my friends. We stayed by a lake near some mountains. The
place was beautiful, but there was a problem. The mosquitoes! They were everywhere - on the lake and in
our tents. Of course, it was impossible to sleep because they bit us and we spent all night trying to kill them.
I decided then never to go camping again!
С Can you cook? Do you want to learn how to make great meals? Then come to our cooking classes. Every
week you will learn how to make'something fantastic. We can teach you how to cook healthy meals with
meat, fish, vegetables and so much more. If you come to the classes, you will also learn how to make sweets
with healthy things like yoghurt and honey! Telephone us now and will give you all the information you need
to join the classes.
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READING TASK 2
Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A-F частями предложений, обозначенQ Hными цифрами 1-7. Одна из частей в списке 1-7 лишняя. Занесите цифру,
обозначающую соответствующую часть предложения, в таблицу.
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ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 17
The Monarch Butterfly
The Monarch butterfly is one of the most beautiful insects on
our planet. It lives in North and South America and in autumn,
about 100 million monarchs travel to their winter habitat in
Mexico. The Monarch has orange, black and white wings and
they are (A)
The bright colours tell predators that the
Monarch tastes horrible and is poisonous.
Each year, four to five generations of Monarchs are born. Most
of them live only two to five weeks, but the last generation of
the summer (B)
These long-living butterflies make the
iong journey from North America to the centre of Mexico. They
travel 3,500 kilometres or more.
Scientists believe that Monarch butterflies are the only species
of butterfly that (C)
They usually travel about 80
kilometres a day. However, some butterflies fly nearly 130
kilometres in a day. Monarchs fly alone but on the same path.
They only fly during the day, following the sun and at night
they stop in forests with other Monarchs. During this period,
(D)
There are about fourteen different forests where they
usually stop on their way to Mexico.
Monarchs are plant eaters. They spend most of the spring and
summer looking for and eating food. One of the plants it eats has poison in it. This poison doesn't hurt
the Monarchs, but it makes them taste terrible. For this reason, most birds do not eat Monarchs. However,
during winter, predators eat about fourteen percent of monarchs. Recently, extreme weather conditions
have been a problem for the butterflies. Heavy rain in Mexico killed about fifty percent of the Monarch
population last winter. If the winters become wet and cold because of climate change, (E)
The Monarch is not endangered, but unfortunately, its habitat is in danger at the moment. Modern farming
has changed their habitat (F)
The Mexican government has created a programme to protect the
habitats of the Monarch butterfly. They will help to protect the forest that is their home during the winter.
Without this, the Monarchs will not survive.
1 the butterflies will have nothing to eat
Z and many flowers and trees have disappeared
3 about ninety to 100 millimetres wide
4 travel between a summer habitat and a winter habitat
5 the Monarchs will freeze to death
6 lives for six to seven months
7 one tree may have thousands of butterflies on it
USE OF ENGLISH
Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте, если необходимо, слова,
напечатанные заглавными буквами в конце строк, так чтобы они грамматически
соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами.
a photo of you, do you open your mouth and
When someone
show
teeth? When you see the photo, do you see a happy person
looking back at you? For a big, beautiful smile, you need healthy teeth.
Your teeth are important in many ways. If you protect them, they will help to take
TAKE
YOU
care of you. Strong, healthy teeth
HELP
you to chew the right foods
to help you grow well. They help you to speak clearly.
And they also help you to look your
Why is it important to care for your teeth? Brushing your teeth helps prevent something
bad called plaque; plaque is bacteria and it
to your teeth.
After you eat, bacteria rush to the sugar on your teeth that
from
the food. The bacteria change the sugar into acids and they eat the protective covering
on your teeth. This causes holes in your teeth and they can become very painful.
If you
after your teeth properly, the holes in them
your mouth very, very sore. Eating and drinking
difficult. It may be difficult for you to sleep at night.
10 And you
like smiling so much. Remember tobrush every day.
morning and night, change your toothbrush every three months, and visit your dentist
every six months.
GOOD
STICK
COME
NOT LOOK
MAKE
BE
NOT FEEL
Прочитайте приведённый ниже текст. Преобразуйте слова, напечатанные
I заглавными буквами, так чтобы они грамматически и лексически
соответствовали содержанию текста. Заполните пропуски полученными словами.
When a species dies out, there are serious problems for other plants or
animals that need it to
In nature, every living thing depends on
others for its
In fact, many species may be affected by the
of one
plant species. The first to be affected are the insects that live on the plant
or eat it, then the birds and frogs that eat the insects, and
the
larger animals like snakes, bigger birds, and foxes that eat the smaller birds and frogs.
Most people think that animals like whales, bears, and pandas are the
only
species. But other animals that are in danger of
disappearing are some t y p e ^ o f frogs, butterflies, spiders, deer, bats, fish, snails, turtles,
and many, many more. Plants that may disappear in the future include
some beautiful orchids and
cacti. Both of these are victims
of habitat
There are many reasons why species disappear. One is cutting down forests to build
houses or for farms. This destroys the habitat of species.
8 Water
also destroys habitats for fish. In addition, there is
9 overand this greatly reduces the number of fish species.
10 Another problem is
Of course, it is against the law to hunt
certain animals, like elephants, but hunters don't care about that. All they want is to
make money.
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LIFE
SURVIVE
DISAPPEAR
FINAL
DANGER
COLOUR
LOSE
POLLUTE
FISH
HUNT
LIGHT
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
О
Use the clues to complete the puzzle about
different forms of transport. What is the hidden
word?
1 Kawasaki, Triumph, Moto Guzzi are
examples of this.
2 Walking means you are on ...
3 This machine flies without wings.
4 Boeing and Airbus make these.
5 A bike with a small engine.
6 A train below the surface.
7 This carries passengers on the road.
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0
r
0
ь
i
к
e
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Ii
12
Complete the sentences w i t h the
correct preposition.
on
1 I don't go to school
2 My mother goes to work
3 It takes me
the city centre.
4 We always go
5 I've never been
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foot.
train.
twenty minutes to get to
holiday by car.
_ an aeroplane.
6 My friend goes to school on
underground.
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m
2
8 Ride on this in the Tour de France.
9 Something to travel on water.
10 A train on city streets.
I I A small boat on a fast river.
12 Riding usually means you are on ...
Q
1
Complete the dialogue w i t h the correct words.
A:
B:
A:
B:
A:
В:
A:
B:
How was school today?
Okay, but I arrived late.
foot?
Did you 1 go
to school 2
_ bus and
No, it was raining so I went 3
it 4
me more than an hour.
An hour! You should go by bike. Charlie goes to
school by bike every day and it only 5
him twenty minutes. It's convenient and it's
good exercise, too.
I don't like exercise and I 6
cycling. I'd
like 7
get a moped.
Well, they're quicker but they're expensive, and
in my opinion they're dangerous.
Lots of my friends go to school 8
moped and they're never late for class.
Complete the sentences w i t h the correct words
from below.
convenient
crowds delays queues
uncomfortable seats
quick
1 I love my bike because it's so convenient :
I can cycle anywhere I want and I never have
problems parking.
2 I hate cheap airlines because of the
. I'm
very tall and I don't have enough space for my
legs.
3 I always go to school on the underground
because it's
. The same journey takes
me twice as long on the bus.
I can't stand trains because of the
The
trains in this country are never on time.
I hate late night buses because of the _
Sometimes there are over a 100 people waiting
for one bus.
I don't like airport arrivals because of the
. There are always hundreds of people
waiting at the arrivals gate and you have to
walk through the middle of them.
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Read
1
2
SKILL:
Reading
I
t h e article and f i n d f o u r names f o r people employed t o look a f t e r passengers on an aeroplane.
steward
3
4
In the 1920s and 30s the airlines were just
beginning. It was unusual for people to travel by
air because it was expensive, uncomfortable and
dangerous. 1
f
Young men, or 'stewards'
helped the passengers onto the aeroplane and
carried the passengers' luggage but they did not
provide food and drinks. But then, in 1930, a woman
called Ellen Church invented the 'stewardess'.
Ellen Church was born in 1904 on a farm in Iowa.
She was an unconventional child. 2
Ellen
studied to be a nurse at the University of Minnesota
and then got a job in a hospital. For the next few
years she stayed at the hospital but also took flying
lessons and got her pilot's license.
Ellen was twenty-five-years old when she first
contacted Boeing Air Transport. 3
Although
women like Emelia Earheart were becoming famous,
she realised it was impossible for a woman to have
a career as a pilot. But she had another idea. Most
people were frightened of flying because flying was
still an unreliable way to travel. There were often
delays, many crashes and the bad weather made
many passengers sick. Ellen thought
nurses could take care of passengers
during flights and B.A.T. agreed.
The young woman from Iowa and
seven other nurses became the first
air stewardesses.
At first pilots were unhappy because
they did not want stewardesses on
aeroplanes, but passengers loved
the stewardesses. In 1940 there
were around 1000 of them working
for different airlines. The original
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'stewardess' had to be under twenty-five-years-old,
single and slim. When a woman joined an airline,
she had to promise not to get married or have
children. It was a hard job and not well paid.
4
In the 1970s, stewardesses were unhappy in their
job and airlines had to make some changes. Since
the 1970s, 'stewards' and 'stewardesses' have been
called flight attendants or cabin crew. 5
The first 'stewardess', Ellen Church, finally became
a pilot when she worked as a captain in the Army.
Unfortunately, she died in 1965 after a horse riding
accident.
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Match t h e sentences (a-f) w i t h t h e gaps
(1-5) in t h e t e x t . There is one e x t r a
sentence.
a She didn't want to work on a farm or
marry a farmer - she wanted a more
adventurous life,
b They earn a good salary and work fewer
hours than in the past,
с She loved flying but she understood that
airlines were a man's world,
d Most airlines only provided one flight
attendant for every f i f t y seats,
e They worked long hours and earned only
$ 1 an hour,
f In those days, there were no flight
attendants to look after the passengers.
Word Builder Opposites
О
Find t h e opposites of t h e adjectives below
in t h e article on t h e l e f t . Which opposite is
f o r m e d d i f f e r e n t l y f r o m t h e others?
1 usual unusual
2 comfortable
В conventional _
4 possible
5 reliable
6 happy
Complete t h e sentences using t h e positive
or negative form of the adjectives from
Exercise 3.
1 I was a conventional
child. I wanted to
grow up and be just like my father.
2 I hate travelling by air - seats are so small
and
.
3 I really want to be a pilot, but I think it may
be
because I wear glasses.
4 Even today, it's
to see a female
pilot on a commercial airline.
5 The trains in my country are extremely
. They always leave and arrive
exactly on time.
6 I'm a nervous flyer - I'm always
when the plane lands safely.
Writing
1
Read t h e t e x t on t h e right. Which of these
men was t h e f i r s t person t o f l y f r o m France
t o England?
a Orville Wright
b Wilbur Wright
с Hubert Lathan
d Louis Bleriot
Find t h e f o l l o w i n g reference words in t h e
t e x t on t h e right. What or w h o do t h e y
refer to?
1 he (line 6)
2 they (line 12)
3 These brave men (line 15)
4 the trip (line 28)
5 him (line 39)
Replace t h e underlined words in t h e t e x t on
t h e right w i t h the reference words below.
another
he
him it t h a t
there they
their
then
In 1908, Lord Northcliffe, the
owner of the Daily Mail newspaper,
offered a prize of £500 for the first
person to fly across the English
5 Channel. At first, nobody was
interested in the race, so he offered
£1000.
At the time, everybody thought that the Wright
brothers, Orville and Wilbur, could win the race.
10 But 'Orville and Wilbur Wright
thev
thought
2the race
was too dangerous because the
engines on the planes were unreliable. They often
ran out of fuel and caused a lot of crashes.
By the middle of the following year, two French
15 pilots were interested in the race. These brave
men were pioneers in the world of flying.
An Anglo-French businessman called Hubert
Latham was the first person to try and make a
flight across the Channel. 3Hubert Lathan
20 was brought up in France but went to Oxford
University. After 4studving at Oxford.
he
went to flying school in France. While he was
5at flying school in France
he became
6the flying school's
principal flying
25 teacher.
On 19th July 1909, early in the morning, he started
the flight from France to England, but only
thirteen kilometres into the trip, the engine
stopped. Latham landed on the sea and a ship
a few minutes later. He
30 rescued 'Latham
became the first person to land a plane on the sea.
After the first flight he made 8a second
flight but crashed into the sea again.
On 25 July 1909 a French man called Louis Bleriot
35 left France in his plane. His flight was successful,
and he arrived in Dover thirty-seven minutes later.
Since 925 July 1909
he has been famous
as the first person to fly across the English
Channel. The French were proud of him,
40 and England was no longer an island!
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The Passive
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r
* Complete t h e facts about Heathrow Airport
w i t h t h e correct f o r m of t h e verbs in brackets.
C o m p l e t e e x e r c i s e s A-C b e f o r e y o u s t a r t t h i s
lesson.
1 London Heathrow Airport
was officially opened
(officially open) in
1946.
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2 The airport
(locate)
twenty-four kilometres west of central London.
Underline t h e correct form. How many
sentences are in t h e Passive?
3 Currently, 72,000 people
1 Airline meals usually prepare/are usually
prepared on the ground and then reheated
in the air.
2 Over 200,000 people employ/are
in preparing food for airlines.
4 28,000 bags
(lose) on
the opening day at the new Terminal 5.
employed
3 Singapore Airlines spends/is spent about
$700 million on food every year.
5 Since Terminal 5 opened, nearly 5,000 of
those 28,000 bags
(destroy)
4 At Delta Airlines more than $8 million
spends/is spent on wine alone.
6 A decision
(made) not
to build a third runway at Heathrow.
5 An aeroplane flying from Europe to Australia
carries/is carried over 1000 kilograms of
food.
6 Each year, over 500,000 boxes of chocolates
give/are given to BA passengers.
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(employ) at the
airport.
Complete t h e sentences w i t h t h e Passive
f o r m of the words in brackets.
1 My mum is employed
school, (employ)
at the local primary
2 I
by birds singing every
morning, (wake up)
3 My parents
month, (pay)
4 My name
English, (not spell)
at the end of every
the same way in
5 Films
in their original version
at my local cinema, (not show)
6 Our rubbish
morning, (collect)
every Friday
Write Passive sentences. Use t h e underlined
w o r d as t h e subject of t h e question.
1 Do they build aeroplanes in your country?
Are aeroplanes built in your country?
2 Do they make cars in your cguntry?
3 Do they grow rice in your country?
4 Do they produce wine in your country?
5 Do they teach English at primary school in
your country?
6 Do they pay teachers well in your country?
^^ЧЦНЦРУ!1 iWKr^T ДЕ5ЕКЕ"
О
.
* * Write Passive sentences. Use t h e underlined
w o r d as t h e subject of t h e question. Use by +
phrase t o say w h o did it.
1 Did your grandparents build your house?
Was your house built by your
grandparents?
2 Did your mum make your lunch?
3 Has a dog ever bitten you?
4 Does the government employ your father?
5 Do foreigners pronounce your name correctly?
6 Has a policeman ever stopped you?
7 Did your dad bring you to school?
8 Did your brother buy you this mobile phone?
FLIGHT
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* * Use t h e cues t o w r i t e questions in t h e Passive. Then match t h e questions (1-6) w i t h t h e answers (a-f).
1 Where / build / Boeing aeroplanes?
Where are Boeing aeroplanes
a Sputnik
built?
b Washington, USA
Z When / invent / the jet engine?
с Over $ 8 0 0 billion
d The potato
3 When / launch / the first satellite?
e 1957
f
1930
4 What / call / the first satellite?
5 How much / spend / on space exploration / since 1958?
6 Which vegetable / grow / in space?
Complete t h e t e x t w i t h t h e Active or Passive f o r m of t h e verbs at t h e end of each line.
r
Л
T h e firstwomän in space *
*
it
+
»
On 16 June 1963 Vostock 6 xwas successfully launched
and Russian Cosmonaut, Valentina Tereshkova
2
the first woman
in space. An expert parachutist, Tereshkova 3
by the flight of Yuri Gagarin
the first man in space - and 4
for the cosmonaut program in 1961. It is said that
Tereshkova 5
for the historic
flight because she 6
the 'best
communist', rather than the 'best cosmonaut'. After the
flight she 7
a hero of the Soviet
Union and 8
the Order of Lenin
on two occasions. Since she stopped work in 1990 she
9
to appear at many spacerelated events. She still 10
to be
a Russian hero.
For her 70th birthday she 11
to
Vladimir Putin's house and said that she would like to
fly to Mars, even if it is only a one-way trip.
launch
become
inspire
accept
choose
be
name
give
ask
consider
invite
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Grammar Alive The news
^
* * * Use the cues t o w r i t e a news item. Use correct tenses and t h e Passive w h e r e necessary.
Last Tuesday a US communications satellite hit by an old Russian satellite. - Both satellites
completely destroyed - a large amount of space
junk produced by the crash. - The junk watched
by the Americans since the accident - so far, no
other satellites damaged. - Since the first Sputnik
launched in 1957, NASA estimates that over 4 0 0 0
satellites put into space. - Only about half of
these satellites currently used. - The others just
left in orbit to add to the space junk mountain.
Last Tuesday a US communications satellite
was
hit by an old...
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SKILLS
Listening
О
О
t h e phrases (a-i) in t h e correct order f r o m
departure t o arrival at your destination.
Put
a wait in departure lounge or go shopping
in duty free shops
b go to boarding gate
Ц
с arrive at the arrivals gate of your destination
Q
d fly to your destination
Q
e go to check-in
f
Q
A:
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h go through security control
Q
i
Q
go to baggage reclaim
B:
A:
6 B Complete t h e directions w i t h t h e words
below. Listen to check your answers.
in
through between hew
turn of past
A: Could you tell me
nearest bank?
1
how
B:
A:
В:
A:
B:
A:
B:
A:
B:
on
to get to the
B: Certainly sir. Go 2
security control and
3
right. Go 4
the toilets and a
bookshop. The bank is 5
your right,
6
the souvenir shop and the restaurant.
It's 7
front8
the duty free
shops.
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Certainly Could I Could you Sorry, I can't.
Just a moment. Not at all madam.
Yes, here you are. Yes, I did.
[T]
go through passport control
g go through customs
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Q
€ED Listen t o t h e airport situation. Are t h e
sentences t r u e (T) or false (F)?
1 The woman had the wrong ticket.
2 The woman had her husband's passport.
3 She asks for an aisle seat.
4 She's got a suitcase and three bags.
5 She pays excess baggage.
6 She asks for directions to the information desk.
€DD Replace t h e underlined requests and
responses w i t h more formal language. Then
listen to t h e dialogue again and check your
answers.
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1 Carii
Could I have your passport and ticket
please.
2Yes,
I'm afraid you can't travel without your
passport madam. Are you sure you haven't got
it?
3 Wait.
Oh yes, here it is.
4Can you
put your case here, please?
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Did you pack the suitcase yourself?
6Yes.
Could you tell me how to get to a Post Office?
7Yes.
Thanks a lot.
8 That's okay.
€ S D Complete t h e directions w i t h t h e correct
words. Then, listen and check your answers.
Female: Okay, thanks. Oh, could you tell me how
to get to a Post Office. I need to post my
husband's passport to him.
Male:
Certainly. There's one n e a r 1
to
the
information desk. Go to the end 2
check-in and turn right. It's n e x t 3
the newsagents, in front 4
the
information desk.
Female: Okay, to the end of check-in, 5
right and it's near to the newsagents 6
front of the information desk.
FLICHT
Check Your Progress 9
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О
Journeys Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct
prepositions.
1 BAA runs Heathrow Airport.
Heathrow Airport
2 Millions of people have enjoyed the Harry Potter
books.
How many adults do you know who travel
work 2
bus or 3
train?
All my friends' parents go to work 4
car,
and usually there's just one person in each car.
My mother works about five kilometres from our
house - why doesn't she go 5
bike? When
my father goes 6
a foreign country, of
course he has to go 7
plane. But when he
needs to go to the office, he could go
8
the underground but he says it's too far.
I hope people my age will think more about the
environment and leave their cars at home.
1
The Harry
Potter
books
3 Colin Firth played the part of King George VI.
The part of King George VI
4 Heavy traffic causes a lot of air pollution.
A lot of air pollution
5 Christopher Columbus didn't discover America.
America
6 The new company designs websites.
Websites
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The Passive - by phrases Rewrite the sentences
w i t h the same meaning as the one above.
Opposites Complete the opposites of the
adjectives below. Then complete the sentences.
experienced
happy
reliable
lucky
usual
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possible
Airport situations Complete the dialogue with the
correct words.
A: 1
your passport and ticket, please?
B: Yes, of course. Here 2
.
A: 3
your case yourself?
dream.
1 Flying to Mars is an
. Sometimes it starts,
2 My car is very
sometimes it doesn't.
3 Many people think thirteen is
. I don't.
4 Gus is a very
pilot. He only started
B: Yes,
A: Is that a window or 5_
B: Window, please.
your case on here, please?
flying a few months ago.
5 Sam, you look
. Is something wrong?
6 She has an
name. I've never heard it
before.
B: Sure.
A: Okay. 7_
B: Thank you.
very much.
/8
/6
TOTAL SCORE
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The Passive Write Passive sentences.
1 They built my house in 1974.
My house
in 1974.
2 They have sold all the tickets.
All the tickets
.
3 They designed the airplane to carry 150
passengers.
4
5
6
7
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The airplane
to carry 150 passengers.
They make my phone in Japan.
My phone
in Japan.
They stole a laptop yesterday afternoon.
A laptop
yesterday afternoon.
They cook hot food at school. Hot food
at school.
They have built a new road. A new road
Look at the objectives on page 69 in the
Students' Book. Choose three and evaluate
your learning.
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
3 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
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Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need to study more?
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Sound Choice 5
О
Say t h e words and expressions below.
S S Spelling - silent l e t t e r s Listen and repeat
t h e words. Underline t h e silent letter(s) in each
word.
1 aisle
6 pneumonia
It's made in China (Exercise 1)
2 asthma
7 whale
strong wasps (Exercise 2)
3 bomb
8 write
crowd / boy / boat (Exercise 3)
4 flight
9 yolk
aisle / asthma / bomb (Exercise 4)
5 know
Why don't you go? I think I should stay.
(Exercise 5)
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cautious / funeral / convenient (Exercise 6)
Ш Ш Listen and check your answers. Which
sounds and expressions did you have
problems with? Choose three exercises to
do below.
€ В Э Expressions Listen t o t h e chants and
underline t h e t w o stressed words/syllables on
each line. Then practise repeating t h e chants.
A
Why don't you gQ?
I think I should stay.
What about homework?
Let's leave it today.
О
В
6 S Grammar - contractions Write t h e
sentences w i t h contractions. Then listen, check
and repeat.
I don't think we should stop.
I don't think we should stay.
Why don't we come back later?
1 It is made in China.
We can come another day.
It's made in China,
2 I was not informed.
3 They are used a lot.
4 He has not been told.
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5 It has been damaged.
О
€ED Difficult words - w o r d stress Put t h e words
into t h e correct column. Then listen, check and
repeat.
cautious satellite environment funeral
parachute patient convenient poisonous
ecologist species vicious emergency
6 They were not stolen.
A
Consonants - clusters w i t h ' s ' Practise
saying t h e words. Then listen and repeat.
1 strong wasps
2 snakes spray
3 stress tests
4 screen speed
5 sports score
6 smoke slow
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OED Vowels - diphthongs Listen and repeat
the words. Underline t h e w o r d w i t h a d i f f e r e n t
vowel sound in each group.
1 crowd / down / know / mouth / now
2 boy / coin / noise / out / toy
3 boat / join / load / rope / show
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cautious
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ISLANDS
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
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Label t h e picture w i t h t h e correct w o r d or phrase.
Complete t h e lists w i t h t h e words below.
apartment bird-watching castle church f w t spring kayaking lagoon sailing sight-seeing
snorkelling stream sunbathing
Describing water
hot spring
Types of building
Activities on w a t e r
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О
Complete t h e dialogue w i t h t h e correct words
below.
go on holidoy go to the coast
it's got beautiful beaches My dream is to go
to Florida stay in an apartment stayed at a
campsite stayed w i t h my family
went sightseeing went snorkelling
went to the country
Where do you usually 1oo on holiday
Marta?
Activities on land
Every year we
and
but last
year, for the first time, we went camping.
Choose t h e correct w o r d t o complete t h e
sentences.
Oh really, where to?
1 We don't usually @ / g o to abroad for our
holidays.
What was that like?
Wonderful. The campsite was on the beach so
we went swimming and sunbathing every day. I
even 5
and saw some jellyfish.
2 I've never been on/to holiday wit|j the school.
3 My dream is to go to Bali because it's got a
tropical
climate/weather.
4 I'd like to stay to/at a campsite but I don't have
a tent.
5 The last time I went in/to the coast was in
August.
6 We usually stay with/in family when we go to
my father's home town.
2
We went to Corsica and
3
4
.
Wow! Is Corsica nice?
Yes, 6
and some really high mountains
w i t h forests and mountain streams. My mum
and dad left us on the beach a lot and 7
.
Dad loves visiting old churches and castles.
What about you? What did you do?
Oh we 8
again and 9
. It's the
same every year. It's so boring. 10
but
my parents say it's too expensive.
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GRAMMAR
Unreal Conditional
* Choose t h e correct words t o complete t h e
sentences.
1
1 If I ( w e n t ) / w o u l d go to live on a desert island,
I'd miss my laptop.
2 If I would appear/appeared on a reality show,
I wouldn't tell my friends.
3 I'd join a band if I had/would have a better
singing voice.
4 If I would win/won the lottery, I'd share all
the money with my family and friends.
Complete exercises A-B before y o u s t a r t this
lesson.
О
Complete t h e sentences w i t h t h e Future
Conditional f o r m of t h e words in brackets.
1 If you
like
motorbikes, you'll love
new Triumph Daytona. (like / love)
2 Mum
the
you to the station, if you
ready to go now. (drive / be)
3 If we
the house now, we
flight, (not leave / miss)
the
4 If you
your driving test, I
a car. (pass / buy)
you
5 It
me about t w e n t y minutes if I
by bus. (take / go)
5 If I could drive, I asked/'d ask my father to
buy me a car.
6 I wouldn't study English if I
need it for my future.
О
1 — • be late for school.
If I miss the bus, I'll be late for school.
2 —>• not go to English class.
If I'm late for school, ...
2
not get better.
fail my exam.
C o m p l e t e e x e r c i s e s C-D b e f o r e y o u s t a r t
lesson 30.
Complete t h e phrases w i t h a or an.
1
kayak 2
„ aeroplane
delay 4 _
3
hour 5
exciting journey 6
helicopter 7 _
university 8
uncomfortable seat
Complete t h e sentences w i t h a, an, the or (-).
The
bus station is in
next to
_. train station.
2 My father is
3 We haven't got
4 I speak
5 I love
city centre
engineer.
university in our city.
. Spanish and
cars and
English.
. motorbikes,
school on
foot but
6 I go to
. underground.
sometimes I use.
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V.
О
an imaginary situation about the future:
* Complete t h e questions w i t h t h e correct
f o r m of t h e verbs in brackets. Then do t h e
questionnaire.
1 If you found a wallet in the street with
some money in it, would you (find)
a keep the wallet? b take it to a police
station? с spend the cash and then take it
to a police station?
3 — n o t practise speaking.
О
a present situation which is not true:
3
Continue the story. Make sentences w i t h i f .
I'm late! I think I'm going to miss the school bus ...
* Match t h e sentences in Exercise 1 t o t h e
meanings.
1
on the
6 If i t .
tomorrow, we .
underground, (rain / go)
didn't/wouldn't
2 If a friend
a bag at your house,
would you (leave)
a look through it? b call the friend
immediately? с give it back the next time
you saw the friend?
3 If a shop assistant
you too much
change, would you (give)
a keep the money? b tell him or her and
give it back?
4 If you
a spider in the bath, would
you (see)
a kill it? b scream? с pick it up and put it
outside?
5 If you
anywhere you wanted,
would you live (can live)
a in a city? b in the country? с in the
mountains? d on the coast?
1
ISLANDS
т
О
** Write sentences saying what you would
really do in the situations in the questionnaire
in Exercise 3.
1
If I found
money
a wallet
in the street
with
some
in it I'd .
О
** Jenny is a fifteen-year-old school girl who is
dreaming of her perfect holiday. Complete the
conditional sentences about her dreams.
г
3
О
* * * Rewrite the sentences w i t h the same
meaning as the one above.
1 My parents don't like foreign food so we don't
go on holiday abroad.
If mv parents liked foreign
holiday abroad.
food, we'd go on
2 I haven't got enough money so I can't buy a
new mobile phone.
If
,I
3 I can't go out because I've got so much
homework.
I
if
4 I don't speak perfect English so I need to go to
classes.
If
,I
5 I don't download more films because I don't
have a fast computer.
I
if
6 I feel sleepy because I always go to bed late.
I
if
7 I feel tired because I do a lot of sport.
If
,I
8 I can't go to the concert because I have to help
my parents.
If
,I
Reality
she goes on holiday with her family
she goes to Wales
she stays at a campsite
the weather is awful
she can go sightseeing and visit old castles and
churches
she always wants to go home
Dream
If Jenny was older and richer...,
she would
she
she
she
ao on holiday
with
her boyfriend.
tropical island,
luxury hotel.
swimming with
dolphins and snorkelling over coral reefs,
she
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S S L Ü
Listening
О
®
Listen to t h e radio programme about
Hawaii and look at t h e photos. Number t h e m
in t h e order you hear t h e m mentioned.
Sentence B p j f l ^ r -ing forms
О
Complete sentences w i t h t h e -ing f o r m of t h e
verbs below.
chill out
shop
whale-watch
climb
learn
1 When I'm on holiday I enjoy shopping to buy
presents for my family.
2 I've never seen a whale - I really want to go
one day.
3 When I'm on holiday, I like new experiences like
to surf.
4 I'm not interested in sport when I'm on holiday.
on a beach is my favourite activity!
5
О
О
2 Summer temperature:
°C
3 Winter temperature:
5 Population of Oahu:
6 The last big earthquake on the big island
was in:
Worö
Multi-part verbs (4)
Rewrite t h e underlined words w i t h t h e correct
f o r m of t h e multi-part verbs below.
go out
go down
go up
go»toack
Hawaii is a popular holiday destination.
But which island should you choose for
your holiday in paradise?
OAHU
°C
4 Number of main islands:
go on
1 So what's happening in Hawaii, Jamie?
going on
2 In summer, the temperature increases to
29.5°.
3 In winter it decreases to 25°.
4 Honolulu is a big modern city where people
often leave their homes and go somewhere to
enjoy themselves.
5 A lot of people were homeless for a while, but
they've returned to their homes now.
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Read t h e w e b s i t e about Hawaii. Which is t h e
best island f o r activities 1-5 in Exercise 4? Put
О for Oahu, M for Maui and Bl for Big Island.
Listen t o t h e programme again. Complete
t h e notes below.
1 Hawaii became an American state in:
О
a mountain is very hard work, but you
get a fantastic view from the top!
All the international flights go from the
capital, Honolulu, on Oahu Island. Oahu is
the most populated island and home of the
famous Waikiki beach. International surfing
competitions take place here. Oahu is also
the place for shops, restaurants and the
best nightlife.
MAUI
Maui is the most romantic island and ideal
for chilling out. There are white sandy
beaches with turquoise water, and in
summer the waves are small and perfect for
inexperienced surfers. In winter, you can see
whales in the warm water. Maui is ideal for
nature lovers and visitors fall in love with
the island's natural beauty.
BIG ISLAND
Big island is cheaper and for the more
adventurous visitors. You can go to the top
of the highest mountain 4000 metres above
sea level and enjoy an amazing view.
во
к
ISLANDS
GRAMMAI
the in geographical names
C o m p l e t e exercises C-D on page 8 4 b e f o r e y o u
s t a r t t h i s lesson.
Complete the geographical features w i t h
the or (-). Then match them to the correct
sentences in Exercise 3.
О
a
b
с
d
e
f
Complete the geographical names w i t h the or
(-). Then match (1-6) w i t h (a-f).
1
the
2
3
4
5
6
О
Amazon f
Corsica
Czech Republic
a
b
с
Maldives
d
e
f
Thames
Waikato
Europe
Indian Ocean
London
Mediterranean
America
New Zealand
South
Complete the following facts w i t h the or (-).
Which 'fact' is false?
1
The
Africa.
2
3
USA.
Nile is the longest river in
-
Mont Blanc is the highest mountain in
Alps.
Hawaii is the smallest state in
О
Alaska J L
Andes
Austria
Baltic Sea
Danube
Ganges
Read the text about the UK. Find where the is
used incorrectly. There are twelve mistakes.
The
United Д
Kingdom
^
Sicily is the biggest island in
Mediterranean.
5
Swansea (Wales) is the wettest city in
United Kingdom.
6
Greenland is the largest island in
world.
О
Complete the questions w i t h the or (-).
1 Which sea is between
Poland and
Sweden?
2 Which country is between
Czech Republic and
Slovenia?
Germany into
3 Which river flows from
Black Sea?
4 Which mountain range lies between
Chile and
Argentina?
5 Which American state is between
Canada and
Russia?
Himalayas into
6 Which river flows from
Indian Ocean?
T h e G r e a t Britain is t h e largest island
in t h e Europe. It includes t h e England,
t h e W a l e s and t h e Scotland. T h e
U n i t e d K i n g d o m is slightly different
f r o m t h e G r e a t Britain because it
includes t h e N o r t h e r n Ireland. So,
t h e full official name o f t h e c o u n t r y
is t h e U n i t e d K i n g d o m o f G r e a t
Britain and N o r t h e r n Ireland. T h e U K
capital is t h e L o n d o n w h e r e t h e River
Thames f l o w s i n t o t h e N o r t h Sea.
T h e Grampians in t h e Scotland are
t h e highest mountains w i t h t h e Ben
Nevis at 1,344 metres, t h e highest
peak. T h e r e are also many large lakes
o r 'lochs' in t h e Scotland including t h e
m o s t famous o n e , t h e Loch Ness. T h e
Loch Ness Monster, s o m e t i m e s k n o w n
as 'Nessie', does n o t exist.
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Workshop 5
Writing
О
О
Read t h e postcard. Choose t h e correct words t o
complete t h e t e x t .
Dear/(BJ) S o p h i e
a great time in/We are
enjoying t h e C a n a r y I s l a n d s . N o w in
Fuerteventura f o r a few days. Very
w i n d y - 3I am/I'm e n j o y i n g t h e
w i n d s u r f i n g . Y e s t e r d a y we were
in L a n z a r o t e . S a w t h e 'Fire
Mountains' and h o t springs and
we even w e n t on a C A M E L - v e r y
uncomfortable!! L a n z a r o t e looks
like t h e m o o n ! W e n t h o r s e r i d i n g
on t h e b e a c h t h i s m o r n i n g A M A Z I N G ! ! T o m o r r o w 4we're/we are
going on a b o a t t r i p - h o p e we s e e
s o m e dolphins. Sack on Sunday.
5See you/Look
forward to seeing you
n e x t week.
Hi Ollie, having a great time in Majorca now in
the north the beaches are lovely very hot I'm
enjoying swimming in the sea yesterday we
visited some caves amazing tomorrow we're
going diving hope we don't see any sharks back
on Saturday see you next week take care Ruby
xxxxx
1
2Having
eWith
Mr «9. finrimp.A
Ю9 High
StrMt
(i)ithnm
b e s t w i s h e s / T a k e care,
A n n a xxxx
О
О
Price of a night in beach resort: 3 £
night
1 CAPITAL LETTERS _b_
2 dashes (-)
Price of diving: 4 £
В Exclamation marks (!!!)
Things t o do: diving,
islands
4 Contractions
5 xxxxx
to comment on something mentioned
to emphasise something
to emphasise something
kisses
e to show informal speech
О
What words does Anna leave out? Complete t h e
sentences.
I am . having a great time in the Canary
Islands.
® 0 Listen t o a dialogue about Phuket in a
travel agent's and complete the notes.
Rainy season: May to October
Best t i m e t o visit: 1 November to April
Visa necessary?: 2
Match t h e punctuation (1-5) w i t h the meanings
(a-e).
a
b
с
d
Complete t h e postcard w i t h t h e correct
punctuation.
Nature:
О
6
a
a day
5
boat trip to other
, waterfalls, rainforest
€ B ) Correct t h e mistakes in bold in t h e
questions f r o m t h e dialogue. Listen again and
check your answers.
1 Could you give me some information about
Phuket, right? please
2 That's a good time to go, no?
3 I don't need a visa for t w o weeks, don't I?
4 Could you tell me about places to stay there,
yeah?
2
. now in Fuerteventura.
3
. very windy.
4
. saw t h e Fire Mountains.
5
. very uncomfortable!
6
. went horseriding on t h e beach.
6 Which resort have you recommend?
7 Don't you know anything about diving in
Phuket?
7
. hope we see some dolphins.
. back on Sunday.
8 There are lots of other things to do, isn't it?
8
5 Breakfast is included in the price, don't you?
9 Have you know anything about the nightlife?
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Ж ISLANDS
Jf
Check Your Progress 10
О
Holidays Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct
words.
О
Multi-part verbs (4) Rewrite the underlined
words w i t h the correct form of the multi-part
verb go.
When I was a child, I w e n t 1
holiday
2
my family every summer. We stayed
3
my grandparents in Cornwall. Cornwall's
got some beautiful beaches and we often
4
swimming and surfing 5
the
north coast. However, it rained a lot. I remember
that my dream was to 6
to a place with
a tropical 7
with coral 8
but Mum
and Dad said they preferred England.
1 I don't usually socialise with my friends during
the week.
2 What's happening? Why is there so much noise?
3 My neighbour never returns to the same place
for a holiday.
4 The party continued until four in the morning.
5 House prices have never fallen.
6 Sea levels are rising because of global warming.
/8
О
Unreal Conditional Complete the sentences w i t h
the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
/6
0
the in geographical names Complete the
geographic names w i t h the or (-).
1
If I
enough money, I
buy a new
laptop, (have / buy)
2 If I
an animal, I
a big black bear.
(be / be)
3 Maria
better in class if she
so
much, (do / not talk)
4 If Dave
the answer, I'm sure he
us. (know/tell)
5
6
My mum
have to)
If you
7
I
if she
the President, what
? (be / do)
you if I
.(help/can)
TOTAL SCORE
you
~,n9 forms Complete the questions w i t h the
correct form of the words in brackets.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Africa.
Maldives.
Amazon.
Asia.
Himalayas.
Black Sea.
Nile.
. (not work / not
/7
О
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
What do you like about
? (hike)
Do you think
is dangerous? (canoe)
Do you enjoy
? (dance)
John can't stand
? (swim)
What are you
at the moment? (study)
My brother loves
on holiday, (dive)
You can go
in the sea. (surf)
Module Diary 10
j
О
Look at the objectives on page 77 in
the Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
[
j
'
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
!
j
2 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
3 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
J
>
1
/7
/7
/35
j ^
\
ч
Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need t o study more?
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LISTENING
т
) i ЕГЭ EXAM CHOICES
LISTENING TASK 1
Вы услышите 6 высказываний. Установите соответствие между
высказываниями каждого говорящего A-F и утверждениями, данными в
I списке 1-7. Используйте каждое утверждение, обозначенное соответствующей
цифрой, только один раз. В задании есть одно лишнее утверждение. Вы
услышите запись дважды. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу.
ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 9
The speaker talks about:
1 Getting around cheaply.
2 A story about flying.
3 Relaxing in nature.
4 Activities during a flight.
5 An island disaster.
6 Transport problems.
7 Walking in a forest.
I'jH'ipMiinni
• '.
Утверждение
I
1
i
- ' '-j ' '
•
f'J-
['*; ;> 1 •/}•.':•• ' ' -:
LISTENING TASK 2
€ B § Вы услышите разговор двух друзей о фильмах, которые они посмотрели.
Определите, какие из приведённых утверждений I—VII соответствуют
! содержанию текста (1 - True), какие не соответствуют (2 - False) и о чём в
тексте не сказано, то есть на основании текста нельзя дать ни положительного,
ни отрицательного ответа (3 - Not stated). Обведите номер выбранного вами
варианта ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.
I
It doesn't rain in Ireland in July.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
II Dublin is famous for its nightlife.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
III He recommends her to visit Dublin, Cork and
Galway.
1) True
2) False
3) Npt stated
IV She wants to go swimming in Ireland.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
V The Irish like talking about music.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
VI The cost of the return flight is £40.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
VII The return flight is on Sunday 19 th of July.
1) True
2) False
3) Not stated
ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 3
Ii
MODULES
LISTENING TASK 3
Вы услышите разговор двух друзей о том, как они провели летние
каникулы. В заданиях I—VII обведите цифру 1, 2 или 3, соответствующую
кани
выбранному
вами варианту ответа. Вы услышите запись дважды.
выбр
I
ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 2
I
Which people was Boscombe very popular with
in the past?
1) surfers
2) swimmers
3) families
II Why did people stop going to Boscombe?
1) They didn't like the hotels.
2) They wanted to go to warm countries.
3) It cost less to visit other places.
III What happened when visitors stopped going to
Boscombe?
1) People did not have jobs.
2) People spent their time on the beach.
3) The people of Boscombe left.
IV/What solution did they find?
1) They made the restaurants better.
2) Boscombe became the capital of England.
3) They made the town a good place for
surfers.
V How many artificial surf reefs are there in the
world?
1) three
2) four
3) one
VI Where is the surf reef?
1) 32 metres from the beach
2) 225 metres from the beach
3) next to a football pitch
VII How many surfers visited Boscombe this year?
1) 77
2) 150
3) 10,000
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USE OF ENGLISH
USE OF ENGLISH TASK 3
Прочитайте текст с пропусками, обозначенными номерами 1—10. Эти номера
соответствуют заданиям 1-10, в которых представлены возможные варианты
ответов. Обведите а, Ь, с или d в соответствии с выбранным вами вариантом
ответа.
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Nobody imagines that one day, they might be all alone on a
desert island - but it could happen. So it's a good idea to
learn 1
a few things that would help you to survive
if i t 2
to you.
First, make a shelter on the beach so that you can
see any ships t h a t 3
your island. Also, build
your shelter near some trees so that you are
protected from the hot sun. If you get sunburned,
you 4
be able to do the things that will help you
to stay alive.
Obviously, you need to stay away from any harmful animals or
insects because if you are bitten 5
snakes or other creepy
crawlies, you could have serious problems. So make a bed that is off the ground.
is important to drink water. If you can't find water on the island, rain water will
be your best chance of surviving. Large plants with giant leaves are the 7
way to
collect water. But never drink sea water - it will make you even more 8
For food,
you can catch fish from the sea or eat fruit from trees. If you make a fire, you can 9
the fish.
6
Finally, someone must find you. Make a fire or write 'HELP' on the beach with rocks. If it is
, you will be rescued.
10
1 a) a few
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
a)happen
a) sail
a) mustn't
a) for
a)
a)
a)
a)
a)
How
best
tired
do
heard
b) a little
b)happens
b) pass
b) didn't
b)
b)
b)
b)
by
They
ordinary
thirsty
b) get
b) watched
c) any
c) happened
0 go
c) don't
c) from
c) Why
c)
c)
c)
c)
go
unhappy
cook
made
d)
d)
d)
d)
no
is happening
come
won't
d)
d)
d)
d)
d)
with
It
unusual
hungry
have
d)seen
• и
и н
FRIENDS
вшам
•
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
О
О
Match the adjectives (1-7) w i t h the opposite
meaning (a-g).
1 talkative _c_
2 slim
a moody
b lazy
3 good-looking
4 easy-going
с quiet
d shy
5 hard-working
6 tidy
7 outgoing
e untidy
f ugly
g overweight
Complete the meanings w i t h the words below.
confident
impatient sensible
sociable
sensitive
1 sensible able to make good decisions
О
2
3
4
easily offended or upset
friendly and enjoys being with people
sure that he or she can do something
well
5
angry because he or she has to wait
Underline the adjective w i t h a negative
meaning.
1 slim
skinny
tall
well-built
О
Complete the t e x t w i t h the correct words.
Freddie is a very good friend 1 of
mine. I 2
known him all my life our mothers were friends before we
were born. Some people think we're
brothers. I don't know why - I 3
very good-looking and he's really ugly!
Ha ha, not really. In f a c t girls think
he's attractive. He's tall, quite
skinny and he's 4
short
dark 5
.
People think he's really
confident, but in fact he's quite
shy. I love spending time with him
because he's really funny. We laugh
at the same things. Sometimes
he's 6
bit too sensitive and I
have to be careful what I say, but
most of the time we have a great
time together.
2 sensible
honest
impatient
confident
3 moody
helpful
enthusiastic
friendly
4 handsome
pretty
ugly
attractive
О
Choose the correct words to complete the t e x t .
Rose is a good friend of ^ / п е У т е . 2We've
known/We
know each other for four years. We met when I was
on holiday in Scotland. She's very pretty - I think so
anyway. She's 3too/quite short and slim and 4she
is/she's got long hair - her hair's beautiful, and
it isn't sdyed/wavy.
It's completely natural!
She's really friendly and outgoing. She loves
parties and she'll talk to anybody! In fact,
she's very talkative - we have really long
phone conversations. Sometimes she's
6 o bit/a lot moody, and then she's quiet
and doesn't want to chat. But it doesn't
happen very often.
. a y
31
О
Reading
Read t h e t e x t . Where w o u l d you find art
article like this?
a in a brochure
b in a film magazine
с on a website
О
What is t h e purpose of t h e article?
a To give an opinion about the film,
b To compare the film characters with the real
people.
с To tell the story of Facebook.
r MOVIEMAG * SEPTEMBER ISSUE
NEWS
Soc al
'
Network: A Story of Friendship
The Social Network tells the story of Facebook, the
social networking site. But it is also a film about
friendship, and loss of friendship, among a group of
University students.
The characters in the film are based on real people, but
how similar are the film characters and the real people?
Jesse Eisenberg, the actor who plays Facebook founder
Mark Zuckerberg, is better looking than Zuckerberg, but
in most ways, they look very similar: they are both pale
skinned and have curly hair; they are both one metre
seventy-five centimetres tall and Eisenberg is just six
months older than Zuckerberg.
In the film Zuckerberg always wears casual clothes. He
even goes to one important meeting in his pyjamas. The
real Zuckerberg confirms that this actually happened, and
he recognises his own clothes in the film. 'It's interesting
that every single shirt and fleece* is actually a shirt or
fleece that I own,' he commented.
However, he says that the similarity ends there. In the film Zuckerberg is a loner with just one close
friend. The film also suggests that he creates Facebook because he's angry with an ex-girlfriend.
In fact, people who know the real Zuckerberg say that he is a confident young man, not very talkative,
but very intelligent and extremely hard-working. He gets on well with his family and friends, and has
had the same girlfriend since he was at Harvard. Zuckerberg comments that the film makes the story of
Facebook more exciting than it really was. 'I'm just a little kid,' he told an interviewer, 'I get bored easily
and computers excite me.'
Zuckerberg's best friend, Eduardo Saverin is played by Andrew Garfield. The actor looks very similar to
the real person - tall, slim, good-looking with dark eyes and dark brown hair. In the film, he is
kind, honest, helpful and sensitive, and friends say that this is true of the real Saverin.
He invests in Facebook and becomes Zuckerberg's business partner, but after an
argument, Zuckerberg gets rid of him.
The other main characters in the film are the Winklevoss twins who accuse
Zuckerberg of stealing the idea for Facebook from them. The twins are one metre
ninety-six centimetres, blond, handsome, sporty and extremely confident. It was
impossible to find similar twin actors, so Armie Hammer, who's also one metre
ninety-six centimetres, handsome and blond, plays both parts. When he was
filming The Social Network, he became friends with the Winklevoss brothers
on Facebook!
Click here for an interview with David Fincher, Director of The Social
Network.
* fleece a jacket made of soft, warm material
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Writing
Answer t h e questions.
In what ways do Jesse Eisenberg and Mark
Zuckerberg look different, and in what ways do
they look similar?
Who does Zuckerberg get angry with in the
film?
According to Zuckerberg, what is more exciting the film story of Facebook or the real story?
Who gets bored easily?
Who does Zuckerberg get rid of from Facebook?
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Complete t h e t e x t below w i t h t h e
words in brackets. Use as/not as.
Ш *
Colin Firth was born in 1960. He has
short dark wavy hair and he is quite tall.
He is an actor and he won his first Oscar
in 2011 for The Kings Speech. He lives
in London with his Italian wife.
Word Builder get
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Complete t h e t e x t w i t h t h e words below.
getting on got angry getting bored get your
clothes get on get rid of getting really good
marks get angry
Ewan McGregor was born in 1971 so
he Vsn't as old as (old) Colin Firth. He
has got short, brown hair but I don't
think he 2
(tall) Firth. He is also an
actor and he is probably 3
(good)
Colin Firth but he hasn't won an Oscar
yet. He lives in California and he is
a very private person - I don't think he is
4
(open) Firth.
Last summer I was 1 getting bored so I started
French classes. There are twelve of us in the class
and I 2
w i t h everyone, except one girl. At
first we were 3
okay, but then I started
4
and she didn't like that. She 5
w i t h me and said horrible things. One day she
asked me, 'where do you 6
?' I told her
the name of my favourite shop, and she said,
'Thanks - I'll make sure I don't go there.' I'm quite
confident, so I d i d n ' t 7
. She's the one
w i t h problems - I hope she 8
her negative
attitude soon.
с» n "t ^^ п с с» Builder as for comparisons
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Use t h e cues t o w r i t e sentences using as/not
as.
1 Mark Zuckerberg / good-looking / Jesse
Eisenberg
Mark Zuckerberg isn't as good-looking
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Write about t w o of t h e celebrities below or a
celebrity f r o m your country.
Hugh Grant Daniel Radcliffe Tom Cruise
Matt Damon Keira Knightley
Natalie Portman Nicole Kidman
as
/esse Eisenbera.
2 Mark Zuckerberg / old / Jesse Eisenberg
3 Mark Zuckerberg / unfriendly / his character in
the film
4 The real story of Facebook / exciting / the film
story of Facebook
5 The character played by Andrew Garfield / nice /
the real Eduardo Saverin
6 Armie Hammer / tall / the Winklevoss twins
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GRAMMAR
Intentions and arrangements
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REMEMBER
C o m p l e t e e x e r c i s e s A-C b e f o r e y o u s t a r t t h i s
lesson.
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* Complete t h e New Year resolutions w i t h be
going to and t h e verbs below.
chonge
not eat
get
join
spend
not watch
Complete t h e t e x t w i t h t h e Present
Continuous f o r m of t h e words in brackets.
I'm so excited about our skiing holiday. We
going (go) to La Plagne in the French Alps.
I2
(go) w i t h three friends and we
3
(leave) next Saturday. We 4
(take) the Snow Train from London and we
5
(stay) at a friend's apartment. I'm the
only one who's never skied before but
I6
(have) lessons every morning.
I7
(not come back) until I can ski!
1 're
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Use t h e cues t o w r i t e questions and short
answers, t h e Present Continuous.
1 you / have lunch / after this lesson? Yes / No
Are you hovina
lunch gfter
this lesson?
Yes. I am. No. I'm not.
2 you / do anything / after school? Yes / No
3 your parents / go out / this evening? Yes / No
4 you / take any exams / next week? Yes / No
5 your best friend / come to your house / on
Friday? Yes / No
6 you / meet your friends in town / on
Saturday? Yes / No
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Rewrite t h e questions or sentences w i t h be
going to.
1 I plan to buy a new laptop next year.
I'm going to buy a new laptop next year.
Z Tom has decided not to join the gym.
3 What are your plans after y o u leave school?
4 Do you intend to go to university?
5 Emily has decided to study French.
6 I've decided not to eat any more junk food.
\
It's 3 1 December ...
1 Maria is going to change her hairstyle.
2 Brad
less time online.
3 Anna
a new mobile phone.
4 Jamie
so much fast food.
5 Sarah
so much television.
* * Look at Jo's diary. Complete t h e dialogue w i t h
t h e Present Continuous and t h e correct f o r m of
t h e verbs f r o m t h e diary.
Q
1 A: The film / start / at 7.50 p.m.
B: What time / it finish?
Saturday
A: The film starts at 7.50 p.m.
B: What time does it finish?
too
j shopping with mum
—"
I have lunch with Andy
1
j
2.30
I swimminq with Andy
[
5.00
1 meet Sarah and Lisa in town
/
7.00
I eat dinner at Grandpa's
j
\ cjo to party at Andy's
10.00
9.00
t
2 A: We / not have / an English lesson tomorrow
B: When / be / our next English lesson?
A:
B:
3 A: My flight / leave / Warsaw at 10.10 a.m.
B: What time / you arrive / in London?
/
A:
B:
y
Jamie:
1Are
Jo:
Actually, I'm quite busy this Saturday.
Jamie:
What about the morning?
Jo:
Sorry, I can't. I 2
Jamie:
Okay. What about lunch?
Jo:
I'm afraid I 3
Jamie:
And the afternoon?
Jo:
I4
4 A: The Post Office / close / at 4.30 p.m. today
B: What time / it open / tomorrow morning?
vou doing anything on Saturday? We
A:
could meet up for a coffee or something.
5
B:
5 A: Liverpool / play / Manchester United this
evening
with Mum.
B: Who / they play / next Saturday?
A:
with Andy.
w i t h Andy and then I
Sarah and Lisa in town.
Jamie:
Dinner?
Jo:
Sorry, but I 6
at Grandpa's and
then I 7
to a party at Andy's.
Oh well. Maybe another time .... By the
way, who's Andy?
Jamie:
* * * Use t h e cues t o w r i t e sentences in t h e
Present Simple.
* Choose t h e correct words t o complete t h e
sentences.
1 Brad thinks he is overweight.
('I'm going to Iose)/I'm losing some weight.'
2 Ben is waiting outside a club w i t h t w o tickets
to see a rock band.
I'm going to toke/I'm taking Molly to see a gig.'
3 Jenny hasn't updated her Facebook page for a
long time.
'I'm going to update/I'm updating my Facebook
page this evening.'
4 Dennis has sent out all the invitations to his
birthday party.
'I'm going to have/I'm having a party on
Saturday.'
5 Debby is in the dentist's waiting room. She has
an appointment 3 p.m.
'I'm going to see/I'm seeing the dentist at 3 p.m.'
6 Becky plays the guitar but can't read music.
'I'm going to learn/I'm learning how to read
music one day.'
B:
Grammar Alive Arrangements
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* * Use t h e cues t o w r i t e dialogues.
1 A: after school / go shopping
B: play tennis in a school competition
A: Are vou doing anything
We could go shopping.
gfter school7
B: I'm afraid I can't. I'm plavina tennis in
о school, competition.
2 A: this evening / meet up in t o w n
B: look after my little brother and sister
A:
B:
3 A: for lunch / go to a cafe
B: have lunch with my family
A:
B:
4 A: Sunday / go for a bike ride
B: go to the beach with my girlfriend
A:
B:
5 A: Friday night / go to a club
B: work from б till 10 at the sports centre
A:
B:
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SKILLS
Listening
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Complete t h e t e x t w i t h t h e words below.
cyber-bullying homepage keep in touch w i t h
online posted view
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Choose t h e correct expressions t o complete
t h e t w o conversations.
Conversation A
A:
1
с
Reception. Can I help you?
B: Yes, please.
I've stopped going on social networks now
because I was suffering from 1cvber-bullvina.
Somebody was posting aggressive comments
on my homepage. I've never 2
a nasty
comment on anybody's 3
, and I don't
have any enemies so I think it was a stranger. I
don't like the idea that a stranger can 4
my photos or my personal information. Now, I
prefer to 5
my friends by phone. If I want
my friends to see photos or videos, I don't need
to post them 6
I can send them on my
phone.
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€ED Complete t h e sentences w i t h one w o r d .
Listen and check.
1
Could
I speak to Mrs Williams?
2 I'll
you through.
3 I'm
5
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?
at all.
A: Oh hello Amy.
.4
3
.
B: Thanks.
A:
at the moment.
s
B: Oh, could I leave a message please?
A: Yes of course. Just a moment.
(Amy leaves a message/the receptionist
repeats it)
B: 6
A: Not at all. Say happy birthday to your
grandmother.
Conversation В
A: Hello.
B:
1
. Mrs Miles. It's Amy.
B:
Matt, please?
2
A: Of course.
.4
3
.
B: Thanks Mrs Miles.
0SD Listen to t w o phone conversations and
correct t h e mistakes in t h e messages below.
Conversation A
Your адСй, mother's
Amy.
A: Oh, hello Amy.
she's not available at the moment.
4 Could I leave her a
Mr James, please? It's
2
A:
5
. Do you want to leave a quick
message.
(Amy leaves
a
message)
A: Okay, I'll tell him.
B: 6
birthday tomorrow.
&ooü restaurant for lunch for twelve
people at 2.30.
1 a Hi!
b Hey!
с Good morning.
2 a Can 1 speak to ...
b 1 want to speak to ...
Conversation В
с Could 1 speak to ...
3 a Hold on a moment.
£an't meet for dinner tomorrow. Cm
^ou р Ц tennis on Sunday? Amf will
picfc f o u up at two ddocY..
b Hang on a sec.
с Please wait.
4 a I'll get him for you.
b I'll try.
с I'll put you through.
5 a He's absent.
b I'm afraid he's not available.
с Sorry Amy, he's out.
6 a Thanks a lot.
b Okay.
с Thank you very much.
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Intentions and arrangements Complete t h e
sentences w i t h t h e Present Continuous or be
going to and t h e words in brackets. If both are
possible, use t h e Present Continuous.
People Complete t h e description w i t h t h e words
below.
bit
hair
overweight pale-skinned shy
sociable straight characters
small
at three o'clock this afternoon.
1 He
(arrive)
My sister and I are very different. I'm 1
but my sister is tall. I've got curly blond 2
and my sister's g o t 3
brown hair. I think
I'm quite like my mother - she's small but she isn't
slim, she's a little 4
. My sister is very
5
but my mother is quite dark-skinned. Our
6
are different too - my sister is confident,
7
and talkative, but I'm 3
and
sensitive. Sometimes she's a
9
moody, but we are good 10
.
her all my problems when I see her.
2 I
(tell)
how to type one day. (learn)
back to Spain tomorrow morning.
We _
(fiy)
. the phone? (you / answer)
us outside the cinema, (meet)
They .
_ lunch w i t h Sue today, (have)
Thailand one day. (visit)
8 We
/8
/10
get Rewrite t h e underlined words or phrases
w i t h t h e correct f o r m of get.
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Telephoning Put t h e conversation in order.
A: No, thank you.
A: Thank you.
get rid of don't get on well get angry
get on w i t h get good marks
B: One moment. I'll put you through.
B: I'm afraid he's not available at the moment.
Would you like to leave a message?
A: Do you have a good relationship with
your sister.
A: Good morning. Could I speak to Mr Young,
please?
B: Yes, usually. But sometimes we don't have a
good relationship
2
A: Goodbye.
.
/6
A: Oh, Why's that?
B: She always achieves good marks
3
TOTAL SCORE
at
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school.
A: What's wrong with that?
B: Well, I become angry 4
because she
never helps me with my homework. Also, she
had an annoying boyfriend but she got bored
and eliminated 5
him,
9
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f ° r comparisons Rewrite t h e sentences w i t h
t h e same meaning as t h e first one.
as
1 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Now I can
1 Tanya is shorter than Emma. — • Tanya isn't
well / quite well / with problems.
2 Tom and Dick are both hard-working. — T o m is
3 Beth is more romantic that John. — J o h n isn't
3 Now I can
well / quite well / with problems.
Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need t o study more?
4 Craig is untidy, just like his brother. —*• Craig's
brother is just
5 My hair is curlier than yours.
Look at t h e objectives on page 85 in
t h e Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
Your hair isn't
6 Alice is outgoing: the same as her mother. —
Alice is
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j Sound Check
j
Say t h e words and expressions below.
1 crisps, dentists, paints, springs
a The Alps/The Urals (Exercise 1)
2 contests, friends, presidents, trips
3 coasts, islands, scientists, students
b cyber-bullying (Exercise 2)
с crisps/friends/coasts (Exercise 3)
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d person/learner/worker (Exercise 4)
e Kurt learns words (Exercise 5)
f
i
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Consonant clusters Say t h e nouns.
Underline t h e noun w i t h а Ы ending. Listen,
check and repeat.
discipline/impatient/creator (Exercise 6)
QBD Listen and check your answers. Which
sounds and expressions did you have
problems with? Choose three exercises t o
do below.
burner
person
learner
urgent
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Andes Elbe Himalayas
Nile Rhine Urals
Indus
/i:/ before vowel sounds
The
Alps
S D Spelling Listen and complete t h e words in
t h e chant w i t h a vowel.
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Kurt le
_ r n s w_
Earl's g
rl w
Bert's f _
rst t_
rts,
rds.
rks.
rm.
€ Е Э Difficult words Put t h e three syllable
words into t h e correct column. Then listen,
check and repeat.
addictive
The
earner
surfer
further
worker
Pearl's b. и rn h_
в Ш ) Grammar - the Listen. Do you hear t h e /
i : / or /э/? Put t h e geographical names in t h e
correct column.
Alps
S D Vowels /з:/ and /э/ Listen and repeat t h e
two-syllable words. Is /э/ t h e stressed or t h e
unstressed syllable?
canoeing creator discipline
influence sociable tragedy
The
The
/э/ before consonant sounds
The
The
The
100
•H
discipline
The
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•
ÜÜ9 Consonants /д/ Match t h e words t o make
noun phrases or adjectives. Then listen, check
and repeat.
1 cyber- _d_
a riding
2 easy-
b messaging
3 horse
с networking
4 instant
d bullying
5 social
e watching
6 whale
f
going
шШш
impatient
EMOTIONS
TOPIC TALK - VOCABULARY
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Choose the correct six adjectives t o match the
pictures.
confusing
annoying
surprising
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exciting interesting
boring in
Describe the pictures by completing the
sentences w i t h appropriate adjectives
from Exercise 2.
Picture 1 The map is confusing. The
woman is confused.
Picture 2 The race is
. The people
are
.
. The man is
Picture 3 The dog is
Picture 4 The lesson is
students are .
Picture 5 The boy is
result is
_. The
_. The exam
Picture 6 The students are
teacher is
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1
confusing
Underline the word w i t h the opposite
meaning.
1
2
3
4
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. The
calm happy relaxed upset
angry annoyed happy irritated
scared calm shocked terrified
nervous relaxed stressed out worried
Complete the t e x t w i t h the words below.
doing
hobbies
mood on
get (x 2)
with (x 2)
I'm a happy person and I'm usually in
a good 1mood . When I'm 2
my friends, I feel enthusiastic about
everything, but when I'm 3
my own,
I sometimes 4
a bit down. I find
arguments 5
people really stressful
and upsetting. I like school, but I don't like
6
tests and exams - I sometimes
7
a bit stressed. My favourite
8
are dancing and singing - they're
relaxing and exciting at the same time!
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Complete the sentence about yourself.
1 I'm usually
2 When I
3
4
5
6
I find
Doing
I'm interested
I'm bored
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GRAMMAR
Defining relative clauses
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0
REMEMBER
Complete exercises A-B before you s t a r t this
lesson
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a comedian
a psychologist a spa
winter yoga
stfess
Underline t h e correct preposition.
1 Who's that boy wjth/from/forthe
hand?
1 An emotion which/who
and worried, stress
book in his
4 I've got lots of friends on/at/in
5 Where are you going for/in/on
3 A type of exercise where/that
relaxes your mind.
my class.
lunch today.
8 Our hotel is in/on/at the middle of the island
Complete t h e dialogue w i t h t h e correct
prepositions.
at (x 2)
in (x 2)
e#
on
w i t h (x 3)
A: So who are these people?
of
friends 2_
B: They're a group 1
3
Brighton.
the language school
A: Were they studying English w i t h you?
B: Yes, that's right. The man 4
sunglasses was our teacher.
A: Wow, he looks young. Were all the students
from Poland?
B: No ... the girl 5
short, dyed hair is
German. The other girl 6
jeans is
from Russia and the boy 7
the end
is French.
Who's the boy
s
the back?
Which one?
The one
9
long, dark curly hair.
Oh that's Carlo, an Italian.
He's cute.
Yes, I know. He's coming to see me next
week!
Really?!
keeps you f i t and
4 A place where/which people go to relax and
improve their health.
5 A time of year when/where many people get a
bit depressed.
6 An entertainer who/which tries to make you
laugh.
holiday?
6 I've got a map to/of/in the island here.
7 I'd like a pizza for/to/in
makes you feel nervous
2 A doctor which/who studies the mind to try and
explain human behaviour.
2 That's me, right in/at/on the back of the
photo.
3 I'm meeting my friends at/on/out the cinema
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* Underline t h e correct relative pronoun.
Then match t h e answers below t o t h e correct
sentences.
Q
1
* Match t h e sentence beginnings (1-8) w i t h t h e
sentence endings (a-h).
Tom is a man
d
Greece is the country
Friday afternoon is the
time
Crying is something
That's the woman
Childhood is a time
My parents are
watching a film
I'm going to a place
a when I feel most
relaxed,
b which I never do.
с where I'd like to live,
d who I respect,
e that was made in
1935.
f where I can
concentrate,
g who shouted at us.
h when there is
nothing to worry
about.
* * Underline relative clauses and cross out
pronouns where possible.
1 The book t h a t I'm reading is very interesting.
2 My best friend is the only person who
understands me.
3 I've got a cousin who gets upset very easily.
4 Global warming is the issue which I worry about
most.
5 I don't like watching films that make me cry.
6 Doing exams is the thing that I hate most about
school.
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G r a m m a r A l i v e Descriptions
* * * Complete the t e x t w i t h t h e relative
pronouns at t h e end of each line.
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* Complete t h e survey questions w i t h a relative
pronoun.
Do y o u f e e l good w h e n y o u ...
1 watch films
which/that
have happy endings?
2 remember a time
you were very
happy?
3 see a baby
smiles at you?
4 remember a place
you had a good
holiday?
5 help a friend
has a problem?
6 hear a joke
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In t h e mood?
Do you have friends who are always
in a bad mood? Scientists now believe
that moods may begin in an area of
the brain important things like your
heart rate and your breathing are
controlled. In recent experiments, the
researchers measured brain activity at
a time their student volunteers were
feeling down. The students were in a
particularly bad mood had extra blood
flowing to this part of the brain. The
psychologist led the experiment hopes
that the new information will be
useful. 'It may help us to find better
ways of treating the millions have
problems w i t h depression each year,'
he said.
wh©
* * U s e t h e cues t o w r i t e sentences about
Slumdog
Millionaire.
where
when
who
who
who
1 it / film / win / eight Oscars / 2009
It is a film which
* * * Join t h e sentences t o make one sentence
w i t h a relative pronoun.
1 I was talking to some friends. They were all
stressed out.
I was talking
to some friends
were all stressed
who
out.
2 There's a great beach in Egypt. We go
snorkelling there.
3 I read a different magazine. It was better than
this one.
л
4 My friend was really good to me. I was
depressed.
5 I was terrified. I saw the exam questions.
won eight
Oscars in
2009.
2 it / about / a young man / appear on Who wants
to be a
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makes you laugh?
millionaire.
3 A 'slumdog' / person / be / someone / very poor
4 Telluride, Colorado / place / the film / be first
shown
5 30 August 2008 / date / the film / be first
shown
6 A.R. Rahman / man / wrote / the music for the
film
6 I know a good cafe. I go there to meet my
friends.
7 I saw a film yesterday. It was really boring.
8 I've just seen a man. He was crying.
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Listening
€ Е Э Listen t o three conversations.
Match t h e information (a-c) t o t h e correct
situations (1-3).
Word Builder make and do
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1 Where is the dialogue taking place?
a at a party _Z_
1 Toby is going to © / m o / с е some exercise to
relax. _ L
2 His mother wants him to do/make something for
her.
3 Julie has done/made a decision about Tom.
b at home
с in a school
2 Who is speaking in each of the dialogues?
a t w o friends
b a father and a teacher
с a mother and a son
4 Julie's friend thinks she should do/make a list of
Tom's good and bad qualities.
3 In which dialogue does somebody feel ...
a confused?
Choose t h e correct words t o complete t h e
sentences about t h e conversations.
5 Mr Jones thinks Oliver is doing/making an e f f o r t
at school.
6 Oliver's teacher thinks he's doing/making well at
school.
b worried?
с nervous?
4 In which dialogue does somebody ...
a ask for advice?
b ask for an opinion?
с ask somebody to do something?
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€ В Э Which sentences in Exercise 2 are t r u e (T)
or false (F)? Listen again and check.
if too/not enough
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Complete t h e t e x t s w i t h too or not enough and t h e adjective in brackets.
What makes
yOU h a p p y ?
Share your tips.
too
(short) to be
Life is
(rich) to
unhappy. I'm
buy expensive clothes or to go out
every night. But it doesn't matter.
You can't buy happiness. Simple
things make me happy - chocolate,
sunshine, my cat.
! Sarah
(serious).
Most people are
Life is for laughing and smiling.
It works for me when I'm feeling
down.
'Of course family and friends are the
most important things in my life, but
sleeping is great. When I sleep well I
feel relaxed about life and happy ...
I love it! When I f e e l 4
(stressed out), I don't sleep well.
It's easy to get depressed when you
j I have negative thoughts. People are
(fat),
always thinking, 'I'm 5
I'm 6
(clever), I'm
(rich), I'm
(ugly).' You need
to try to think positively and good
things will happen.
Every time I go surfing, I feel happy.
Nice weather and a good group of
friends is all I need to stay happy.
Some of my friends say they're
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they tried they would see that it makes
a big difference to how you feel.
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a Find a hobby you love. _5_
d Learn to like yourself as you are. _
b Enjoy the simple things in life.
e Be a little crazy from time to time.
с Try going to bed earlier.
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GRAMMAR
Reporting advice, orders and requests
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speech.
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1 Tim: 'Peter, can you look after my bag?' (ask)
1 Rupert told me to send him an email.
' Send me an email.'
2 Vicky told me to call her next week.
'Call
.'
3 Ted advised me to ask my father.
'Why
?'
4 Sally asked me to help her.
'Can
?
Tim asked Peter to look after his baa.
2 Mike: 'Sue, why don't you wait for a bit' (advise)
3 Jenny's dad: 'Jenny, go up to your room. Now!'
(order)
4 Viv: 'Gina, would you lend me some money.'
(want)
5 Wendy told me not to come.
'Don't
.'
6 Flo told me not to worry but to he happy.
'Don't
.'
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5 Jane: 'Joe, don't talk to strangers.' (tell)
6 Gary: 'Liz, please don't tell Neil about Sarah.'
(ask)
* * Choose t h e correct words t o complete t h e
sentences.
1 'Could you please open the window.'CHe asked)/
advised me to open the window.
2 'I really hope you can come.' She really wanted/
told me to come.
3 'Please don't forget your keys.' He ordered/told
me not to forget my keys.
4 'Leave early if you can.' They asked/advised us
to leave early.
5 'Get up this minute!' My mum advised/ordered
me to get up.
6 'Please don't tell anyone.' She asked/advised him
not to tell anyone.
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me to be careful
* * * Read t h e Top tips for a happy life and
complete t h e sentences (1-6).
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2 'Don't interrupt me.'
My dad told
.
3 'Why don't you call her and explain the problem.'
My friend advised
.
4 'Can you wait a bit longer?'
My sister asked
.
5 'Show me your identity card now!' The
policeman ordered
.
6 'I'd really like you to stay.'
My friend wanted
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* * Complete t h e sentences w i t h reported
speech.
1 'Be careful.' Mum told
* * Write reported sentences w i t h t h e verb in
brackets.
8 'Could you help me with my homework?' My
sister asked
to think negatively
but to think
positively.
2 He asked us
3 He advised us
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7 'Don't come home late.'
Dad told
1 The speaker told us
to look on the bright side. He told us not
.
4 He told us
.
5 He advised us
.
6 Finally, he told us
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informal language below.
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Thanks a lot.
A quick note
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to have a chat about it
Match t h e s t a t e m e n t s (1-5) w i t h t h e correct
responses (a-e).
1 I went to a Shakira concert on Saturday. _c_
2 I'm taking part in a debate about climate change
next week.
e Give me a ring
f We can
3 I go horseriding every weekend.
4 Jane was in Paris recently.
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5 I've won a writing competition.
'I am writing to jou to ask ^ou something. I've, just
spoken to 3ulie and she sounds angr^. 4_jhink_she
might be annoyed with me, but 1 don't Know wV>|.
£an we meet ?to discuss the problem? 4I suggest,
we meet up after school. telephone me at home.
a Do you? That's great,
b Was she? Brilliant!
с Did you? Lucky you!
d Have you? Congratulations,
°TViari^ ^ou v&pf much,
e Are you? That sounds interesting.
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Then listen and check.
Hi. How was your weekend?
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Great. I went to an opera.
1Did you ? Are you joking? I thought you hated
classical music.
Use t h e cues to w r i t e requests and suggestions.
1 meet up at 6 p.m. / do our homework together
(so that)
Well, I decided to do something different. I
went with my parents. The tickets cost f i f t y
euros each.
Can we meet up at 6 p.m. so that we can do
our homework
together?
2 meet up after school / have a good chat (to)
3 borrow your bicycle / get to my piano lesson on
time (so that)
4 call you later / get directions to the party (to)
A:
2
they? That's crazy.
B: I know and I had to wear an evening dress.
A:
3
you? I don't believe it!
B: But it was a great experience.
A:
4
it?
B: Yes, the main singers were amazing.
A:
5
they? But it's opera ...
B: I know, but I really enjoyed it.
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your f r i e n d a favour, suggest w h e r e t o meet
and h o w to contact you.
A:
Message
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You Know I'm going to m-f cousin's wedding ne*t
weekend? Well, I'm really excited about it, but
Reply
"borq, 1 can't meet on Friday - I've got a basketball
match. Is "Saturday oka^? I can meet ^ou in town so
that we can go to the shopping centre. There are
loads of good clothes shops there.
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you?
B: Yes, and the main singer was really goodlooking. He looked like George Clooney.
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he?
B.- Yes - and he had a fantastic voice. I'm definitely
going to go to the opera again.
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you? I don't think I'll come with you it's too expensive!
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Feelings -ed and -ing Complete t h e sentences
w i t h t h e same meaning as t h e one above.
1 I'm very relaxed at weekends.
I find weekends are
1 This T-shirt isn't big enough.
.
2 You're too young to watch that film.
2 Thinking about the future is very depressing.
I get
3 It isn't warm enough to play outside.
thinking about the future.
4 She's too nervous to do well in exams.
3 When I go to see live music I always feel
excited.
5 This soup isn't cool enough to eat yet.
6 These exercises are too easy for our students.
Seeing live music is
4 The lesson today was really boring.
I was
7 The TV is too small.
in the lesson today.
8 These shoes aren't big enough.
5 I found the instructions for my new phone were
very confusing.
I was very
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I'm always
in meeting new people.
Reporting advice, orders and requests Complete
t h e sentences w i t h reported advice about James
going t o university.
1 'Work hard.'
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not enough/too Complete t h e sentences w i t h
t h e same meaning as t h e one above. Use not
enough or too.
His granddad told
Defining relative clauses Complete t h e
sentences w i t h t h e words in brackets and t h e
correct relative pronoun.
2 'Don't go to too many parties.'
His mum told
3 'Text or call me every day.'
1 The book is very interesting. (I am reading it.)
The book
His girlfriend asked
is very interesting.
4 'Be careful with your money.'
2 The town is very depressing. (I was born there.)
The town
His dad told
is very depressing.
5 'Don't stay in bed all day.'
3 Summer is a season. (People feel relaxed.)
His mum told
Summer is a season
6 'Have a great time!'
4 Claire was a girlfriend. (She broke my heart.)
His parents want
Claire was the girlfriend
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5 She's found the keys. (She lost them.)
TOTAL SCORE
She's found the keys
6 They are the students. (I met them yesterday.)
They are the students
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make and do Complete t h e questions w i t h t h e
correct f o r m of make or do.
Look at t h e objectives on page 93 in
t h e Students' Book. Choose three and
evaluate your learning.
1 Have you
1 Now I can
you angry?
3 Could you
5 Is he
2 Now I can
a difference?
well / quite well / with problems.
well at school?
6 Why can't you
7 I think you could
9 The present
well / quite well / w i t h problems.
a list of things tp buy?
4 Do you think it will
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any exercise this week?
2 What
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a decision?
well / quite well / with problems.
better.
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an e f f o r t to work harder.
her happy.
Look at your results. What language areas
in this module do you need t o study more? y
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as (x 2)
not as (x 2)
so that (x 3)
to (x 2)
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READING TASK 3
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания I—VII. В каждом задании обведите
цифру 1, 2, 3 или 4, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа.
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ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 11
About us
Discover how laughter
can work for you!
You've probably heard the expression
'Laughter is the best medicine'. Well,
scientists and medical doctors n o w
agree that laughter can help people to
deal with stress and anger. Research
has s h o w n that people w h o feel
happy and relaxed are healthier and
have better relationships.
W h e r e d o e s L a u g h t e r Yoga c o m e f r o m ? |
Laughter Yoga w a s developed by Dr
Kataria, a doctor from India. Laughter
Yoga classes started in a park in
Mumbai in 1995 with just five people,
and n o w there are over 6,000 laughter
clubs in sixty different countries.
Julie Whitehead w a s one of the
first people in the UK t o b e c o m e a
Laughter Yoga teacher with Dr Kataria.
She says, 'Yoga has been a part of
my life for thirty years, but seven years
ago my life changed when I discovered
Laughter Yoga. I a m particularly
interested in health and well-being.'
She is a member of Laughter Network,
a group of professionals w h o want to
bring more laughter and happiness into
people's lives. They run Laughter Yoga
classes in the UK, and Laughter Yoga
holidays in Turkey, M o r o c c o and Egypt.
For more information click
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Classes
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W h a t is l a u g h t e r yoga?
Laughter Yoga teaches you to laugh for no reason. You
don't have to have a sense of humour, or funny jokes. You
just have to laugh.
When you d o Laughter Yoga you laugh and d o yoga
breathing exercises at the same time, so that you increase
the amount of oxygen in your body. After a Laughter Yoga
class, you feel calm a n d relaxed, but also full of energy a n d
happy.
Laughter Yoga is done in groups. In a group, when you
look someone in the eye and they look at you, and you
both w a n t to laugh, there is m u c h more laughter. That's
because when w e see someone laughing, w e want to
laugh too. At first, the laughter may not be 'real', but the
body doesn't know the difference between pretend a n d real
laughter - as long as you are willing to laugh you will have
the same health benefits and the laughter will b e c o m e real.
Click
to watch a video
W h a t are t h e h e a l t h b e n e f i t s o f L a u g h t e r Yoga?
Laughing is g o o d for the body a n d the mind. W h e n w e
laugh w e breathe more oxygen into our body, which helps
to keep us healthy. Endorphins, or happy chemicals, are
released in the body, a n d you feel more relaxed. Laughter
is very g o o d exercise because it moves your muscles.
It is like jogging 'on the inside'. It also makes your body
stronger - if your body is strong, it can fight illness better.
Companies which have run Laughter Yoga w o r k s h o p s
find that they have advantages for both employers a n d
employees. People w h o are happy at w o r k are more
hard-working and make more money for the company.
Also, people w h o can laugh together communicate more
successfully. In general, people d o better at w o r k w h e n
they feel happy and relaxed.
Final t h o u g h t s
If you're not sure about Laughter Yoga, remember this: children laugh 3 0 0 - 4 0 0 times a day, but adults
only laugh around fifteen times a day.
Every year, the first Sunday of May is celebrated as World Laughter Day. In 2000, nearly 10,000 people
laughed together in Copenhagen, Denmark and set a Guinness World Record!
C o m e to a Laughter Yoga class and start laughing again - it will make a difference to your mind and your
body.
Click
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to read what people say about Laughter Yoga
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Why is laughter 'the best medicine'?
1 It doesn't cost anything.
2 It makes you feel better.
3 You do it for no reason.
4 It gives you a sense of humour.
II How do the yoga exercises help?
1 They make you think.
2 They help scientists to study.
3 They make you funny.
4 They put more oxygen into the body.
III Why is Laughter Yoga done in groups?
1 It isn't good to be alone.
2 Other people can show you how to laugh.
3
4
It's easier to laugh with other people.
It's the best way to make real,laughter.
IV What is not true about Laughter Yoga?
1 There are classes around the world.
2 It was started by an Indian doctor.
3 There are thousands of yoga clubs.
4 There are yoga holidays in the UK.
V What are the benefits of endorphins?
1 They relax the body.
2 They move the muscles.
3 They make you go jogging.
4 They can fight diseases.
VI How have companies benefited from Laughter
Yoga?
1 Employers work harder than employees.
2 It has improved communication.
3 They pay their employees more money.
4 Employees enjoy the workshops.
VII Which of the following statements is true?
1 The people of Denmark laugh a lot.
2 Everyone laughs fifteen times a day.
3 No one celebrates laughter.
4 Children are happier than adults.
MODULES
WRITING
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ЕГЭ SKILLS BUILDER 28
... In 6ireat Britain т щ families 90 to other
countries for a summer holiday when school
finishes.
Cou\d
40U tell me what families in Russia
do in the summer? Do Vou visit other countries?
Which countries do Russians visit? Are there
places in F-ussia that are popular in the summer?
the wav,, I started going to a 94m last week
because I want to get fit ...
Write a letter t o Tony.
In your letter
•
answer his questions
•
ask 3 questions about his new computer
Write 100-140 words.
Remember the rules of letter writing.
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WRITING TASK 2
Comment on the following statement.
Some people t h i n k t h a t having money
, and buying things can m a k e you happy.
1 Others believe t h a t g o o d h e a l t h a n d g o o d
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relationships are the most important
t h i n g s f o r happiness in o u r lives
What is your opinion? What do you think brings happiness?
Write 2 0 0 - 2 5 0 words.
Use the following plan:
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make an introduction (state the problem)
express your personal opinion and give reasons for it
give arguments for the other point of view and explain why you disagree with it
draw a conclusion
COMPUTER GAMES
Task:
Write a review of your favourite computer
game
Tools: www.amazon.co.uk
Skills: Finding and selecting information
Before you stsrt
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t h e reviewer tell you about t h e game? Order t h e
comments below.
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Sometimes the language in online reviews is
difficult, so don't try to understand every
word. Try to get a general idea of the review.
If you don't understand a sentence, you can
use an online translator like Google Translate;
www.translate.google.com but remember
that online translators are not a 100 percent
accurate.
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I love The Sims! It's a strategy game
and you control the lives of cartoon
characters - the 'Sims'. You help them
work, play, shop and do things in their
houses. I bought the first Sims when I
was thirteen and I played it every day.
This new version is much better - it has
got amazing graphics, lots of new and
fun characters and incredible music.
But it does crash sometimes. © It's not
a cheap game (£19.99), but it is great
fun!
Go t o www.amazon.co.uk and search f o r your
game.
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Read some of t h e reviews and make notes.
Do not copy t h e t e x t from t h e webpage.
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What do people like about t h e game?
Comments (б1)
What do people dielike about t h e game?
a What happens in the game
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Are there any problems with t h e game?
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e The price
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Answer t h e questions below about your f a v o u r i t e
computer game.
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y ° u r answers f r o m Exercise 2 and your
notes f r o m Exercise 4 to w r i t e a review of
your f a v o u r i t e computer game. Use t h e model
f r o m Exercise 1 t o help you.
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G i v e your review t o t h e other students in your
class t o read. Which computer game do most of
the class like best?
1 What is the name of the game?
2 What kind of game is it (role-playing, simulation)?
3 What happens in the game (is there a story)?
4 What features does it have
(graphics, music, levels)?
5 How much does it cost?
6 Does it have any problems?
7 Why do you like it?
Use
In this task I have:
• f o u n d o u t information about computer
games on t h e i n t e r n e t and used it t o
w r i t e a review.
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ONLINE SKILLS 2
STORIES
Task:
Research teen books and find one to read
Tools: www.bestbooks4teens.com
Skills: Finding specific information on one website
Before you start
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Tip!
1 What kinds of books do you like? Do you like
science fiction, romance, crime, horror, fantasy,
action or adventure books?
2 What's the best book you have read?
3 What's the worst book you have read?
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When you use the search box on a website,
you do not need to type in complete
sentences or questions, or add punctuation.
You can just type the key words.
Think about your reading habits. Answer the
questions.
Read t h e description of a book. Answer t h e
questions.
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Use t h e headings below t o make notes
about t h e book you choose.
Book title:
-зд Type of book:
"John Stone is just a quiet history teacher until the day
he discovers an old book in a box at the back of his
classroom. The book tells the story of treasure hidden
in the mountains in Peru. Inside the book there is an
old map. Stone takes the m a p a n d travels to Peru to
find the treasure. But other people are also looking for
the treasure - dangerous people w h o will do anything
to find it. Stone travels from the mountains of Peru to
the forests of Russia, to find the treasure and bring it
home to the national museum."
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Story:
Three plot keywords:
Why you like it:
1 What type of book is it?
2 How do you know this? Underline the words that
helped you decide.
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Use your notes f r o m Exercise 4 t o w r i t e a
short description of t h e book. Say w h y you
like t h e book and w a n t t o read it. Use t h e
description f r o m Exercise 3 t o help you.
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3 Do you think this book is interesting? Why / Why
not?
Research
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your description t o t h e other s t u d e n t s
in your class t o read. Which book do most
of t h e class w a n t t o read?
Go t o www.bestbooks4teens.com and f i n d a book
t o read.
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In this task I have:
• researched books and w r i t t e n a short
description t o share w i t h t h e class.
Task:
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Find out about music festivals in the UK
Tools:
www.downloadfestival.co.ukwww.vfestival.com
Skills:
Finding specific information online
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Think about t h e music you like. Answer t h e
questions.
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Choose one of t h e t w o festivals f r o m
Exercise 2. Use t h e information you f o u n d
t o w r i t e a short paragraph about it. Use t h e
example below t o help you.
I want t o go t o t h e V festival because it's
g o t good music and i t isn't t o o expensive.
The festival takes place in Weston Park in
t h e UK, in August, and t i c k e t s c o s t £ 1 2 0 .
Two important singers/groups are Arctic
Monkeys and Rihanna. You can camp there.
Two things you should bring are your t i c k e t
and ID. You can't bring pets.
1 What kind of music do you like? Do you like pop,
rock, reggae or rap?
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2 Who are your favourite singers or groups?
3 Have you ever been to a music festival or
concert?
Research
Give your paragraph t o another s t u d e n t in
your class t o read. Which f e s t i v a l do most of
t h e class w a n t t o go to?
Review
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Go to
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Download Festival - www.downloadfestival.co.uk
•
V Festival - www.vfestival.com
In this task I have:
• researched music festivals and w r i t t e n a
paragraph w i t h t h e i n f o r m a t i o n I found.
t h e t w o festival websites below, and
complete t h e table.
Download
Festival
V Festival
Type of music (folk / rock &
pop / heavy metal / jazz ...)
Where is it?
Dates for this year
Ticket prices
Two main singers or groups
Camping facilities?
V
Two things to bring
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Tip!
To find out who is playing at the festival click on
'line-up'. If there are no dates or singers for this
year, look at last year's festival. Follow links to
'tickets' to find prices for the festival.
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ENDANGERED ANIMALS
Task:
Find out about endangered animals
Tools: www.life.comwww.worldwildlife.org
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Go t o w w w . w o r l d w i l d l i f e . o r g and look carefully
at t h e website. Answer t h e checklist of
questions f r o m t h e t i p box.
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Click on t h e 'Species' tab and choose one of
t h e animals f r o m t h e list. Use t h e headings
below t o make notes about t h e animal you
choose.
Skills: Evaluating online sources
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What do you k n o w about endangered animals?
Put t h e words below in t h e correct column of t h e
table.
Name:
Lives in:
gorilla bear rhino shark turtle
toad leopard alligator jtigef bee
Colour:
Dangerous?
Endangered
Not endangered
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How many left?
tiger
Endangered?
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www.life.com/gallery/23283/criticallyendangered-creatures#index/Q and check your
answers t o Exercise 1.
Other interesting f a c t :
Go t 0
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Use your notes f r o m Exercise 5 t o w r i t e a
short paragraph of f o r t y t o f i f t y words about
your animal. Don't put t h e name of your
animal in your paragraph.
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Give
Look carefully at t h e w e b s i t e around t h e slides
of endangered animals. Answer t h e questions.
1 Is it easy to find the home page of this website?
2 What other information is on the website? (Look
at the tabs across the top.)
У о и г paragraph t o t h e other s t u d e n t s in
your class t o read. Can t h e y guess t h e name of
your animal?
3 Can you search for things on the website?
4 Is this page up to date? When was this page
made? (Look at the bottom of the page.)
5 Is this page a reliable source?
Tip!
When you are on the internet, think about these
things:
• Is the website a personal website, or from an
organisation?
• What other information is on the website? Is it
reliable?
• How much advertising is on the website?
• What does the url (web address) tell you about
the page?
• Is t h e website regularly updated?
To check if the information is correct, you should
compare it with other websites.
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In this task I have:
•
learnt about endangered animals and
about how t o evaluate digital sources,
• w r i t t e n a paragraph about an animal.
Task:
Read online reviews of unusual hotels and choose one to stay in
Tools: www.tripadvisor.com
Skills: Evaluating online customer reviews
O
О
Where do you think these three unusual hotels
are? Write a country from below next to each
hotel.
Sweden
Kenya
Canada-
Imagine you are going to stay in the Hotel de
Glase or The Giraffe Manor. What is important
for you when choosing a hotel? Put this list in
order of importance.
Location
Price
Rooms
Activities
Things to see
Things to do
Food
1 Hotel de Glase
At this hotel you sleep in an ice room.
2 The Giraffe Manor
At this hotel you can feed giraffes from your
window.
О
Go to www.tripadvisor.com and type 'Hotel de
Glase' in the search box.
tripadvisorrco.uk
3 Utter Inn
At this hotel your room is under a lake.
The world's largest travel review site
Read five reviews. Write some positive and
negative comments from the reviews. Then
type 'The Giraffe Manor' in the search box and
do the same as you did for Hotel de Glase.
Tip!
It's a good idea to read a lot of customer
reviews before you make a decision, because
people can have very different opinions of the
same thing!
О
Decide which of the t w o hotels you want to
stay in. Use the cues below to w r i t e a short
paragraph explaining your choice.
I like
The rooms are
are lots of things to do, like
О
Go to http://listverse.com/2010/ll/Q5/top-10unusual-hotels/ and check your answers to
Exercise 1.
hotel because
and there
In this task I have:
• read customer reviews and used the
information to choose a hotel to visit.
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EMOTIONS AND FILMS
Task:
Watch trailers for t w o films from Students' Book page 93, and write about how they make you feel
Tools: www.trailers.apple.comwww.imdb.com
Skills: Searching for online video via multiple sources and evaluating the differences
Tip!
О
Think of a f i l m t h a t made you feel happy, sad or
excited.
О
Watch t h e official trailer for Slumdog
Millionaire
and (500) Days of Summer on t h e websites
below.
• iTunes movie trailers: http://trailers.apple.com
When you want to search for video on the
internet, there are many different websites
you can look at. To get extra information
look at more than one website.
О
• The Internet movie database (IMDb): http://imdb.
com
О
Title:
The acting is ... (good/poor/great).
How do t h e t w o f i l m trailers make you feel?
Write t h r e e sentences about Slumdog
Millionaire
and (500) Days of Summer.
Slumdoa
Millionaire
is a depressing
film
Choose a f i l m you w a n t t o see. Watch t h e
trailer and complete t h e review below.
The photography is ...
The special effects are ...
because
the hero is very poor.
О
Slumdog
Millionaire
because
...
is o/so an amusing
In conclusion, t h e film looks ...
film
Look again at t h e t w o f i l m trailer websites. They
are d i f f e r e n t . On which site can you:
(interesting/exciting/boring)
О
1 see only the official film trailer?
2 see more information about the film?
Review
3 buy the film online?
In this task I have:
• looked at t w o f i l m trailers on t w o
websites and evaluated t h e differences,
4 link to articles about the film?
S see a customer review rating, w i t h stars?
6 see a link to the official film site?
7 read quotes from the movie?
8 write a review of the movie?
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G i v e У о и г review t o t h e other s t u d e n t s in your
class t o read. Which f i l m do most of t h e class
like best?
V
• w r i t t e n a short f i l m review.
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I Topic Wordlist
COUNTRY AND
SOCIETY
crime and law
arrest (v)
body (n)
cell (n)
exile (n)
guard (n)
judge (n)
massacre (n)
prison (n)
prisoner (n)
punishment (n)
politics
autocracy (n)
communist (adj)
democracy (n)
democratic (adj)
dictator (n)
emperor (n)
government (n)
protest (n)
revolution (n)
war (n)
CULTURE
cultural events
arena (n)
audience (n)
book (v)
celebration (n)
concert (n)
film premiere (n)
parade (n)
St Patrick's Day (n)
ticket (n)
describing films/books
be about (v)
bestseller (n)
boring (adj)
brilliant (adj)
depressing (adj)
exciting (adj)
favourite (adj)
funny (adj)
imaginative (adj)
interesting (adj)
romantic (adj)
sad (adj)
scary (adj)
take place (v)
violent (adj)
literature
adventure story (n)
classic (n)
comedy (n)
cowboy story (n)
crime story (n)
detective story (n)
fairy tale (n)
fantasy story (n)
folk story (n)
ghost story (n)
historical story (n)
horror story (n)
love story (n)
romance (n)
science fiction story (n)
short story (n)
thriller (n)
music
album (n)
band (n)
catchy (adj)
CD (n)
choir (n)
group (n)
musician (n)
orchestra (n)
perform (v)
singer (n)
song (n)
track (n)
tribute band (n)
vinyl (n)
volume (n)
musical instruments
bagpipes (n)
cello (n)
clarinet (n)
drums (n)
flute (n)
guitar (n)
harp (n)
piano (n)
saxophone (n)
trumpet (n)
violin (n)
television and film
autograph (n)
comedian (n)
fan (n)
horror (adj)
reality show (n)
review (n)
sci-fi (adj)
silent-film (n)
theatre
audition (n)
box office (n)
stage (n)
street performer (n)
types of music
blues (adj)
classical (adj)
country and western (adj)
dance (adj)
folk (adj)
heavy metal (adj)
hip hop (adj)
indie (adj)
jazz (adj)
new age (adj)
pop (adj)
punk (adj)
rap (adj)
rock (adj)
soul (adj)
world (adj)
FAMILY AND
SOCIAL LIFE
daily routine
do homework (v)
do jobs in the house (v)
get up (v)
go to bed (v)
shower (v)
sleep (v)
family
aunt (n)
brother (n)
cousin (n)
father/mother-in-law (n)
grandparent (n)
half-brother/sister (n)
nephew (n)
niece (n)
parent (n)
stepfather/mother (n)
uncle (n)
leisure time
acting (n)
air guitar (n)
board game (n)
celebrate (v)
chess (n)
cinema (n)
collecting coins (n)
collecting stamps (n)
costume (n)
dancing (n)
discotheque (n)
fancy-dress (n)
free running (n)
invitiation (n)
making jewellery (n)
making model aeroplanes (n)
Messenger (n)
music DVDs (n)
party (n)
photography (n)
pocket money (n)
singing (n)
spend time (v)
relationships
argue (v)
ask somebody out (v)
couple (n)
date (n)
fall in love (v)
generation gap (n)
get engaged (v)
get married (v)
get on okay with (v)
get on well (v)
get on well with (v)
go out with (v)
honeymoon (n)
love at first sight (n)
meet (v)
FOOD
describing food and
drink
crisps (n)
drink (n)
fast food (n)
food items
fish (n)
fruit (n)
herb (n)
honey (n)
meat (n)
potato salad (n)
poultry (n)
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ready-made (adj)
seafood (n)
soft drink (n)
spaghetti bolognese (n)
spice (n)
sweet (n)
turkey (n)
unhealthy (adj)
vegetable (n)
vegetarian (adj)
HEALTH
healthcare and
treatment
Accident and Emergency (n)
ambulance (n)
amputate (v)
antibiotic (n)
drug (n)
emergency call (n)
first aid (n)
hospital (n)
injection (n)
laser (n)
medicine (n)
operation (n)
painkiller (n)
patient (n)
pill (n)
protect (v)
remedy (n)
tablet (n)
treatment (n)
vaccine (n)
X-ray (n)
healthy/unhealthy
lifestyle
diet (n)
do exercise (v)
exercise (n)
fit (adj)
healthy (adj)
'meditation (n)
physical exercise (n)
smoke (v)
stress (n)
unhealthy (adj)
well-being (n)
illness/injury
accident (n)
AIDS (n)
allergy (n)
asthma (n)
bacteria (n)
bleed (v)
breathing problems (n)
bug (n)
cold (n)
cough (n)
diabetes (n)
diarrhoea (n)
disease (n)
earache (n)
epidemic (n)
faint (adj)
flu (n)
germ (n)
get over (v)
hayfever (n)
headache (n)
hurt (v)
infection (n)
infectious (adj)
injure (v)
malaria (n)
obesity (n)
pain (n)
sick (adj)
sore throat (n)
sting (v)
stomachache (n)
sun cream (n)
sunburn (n)
swollen (adj)
temperature (n)
toothache (n)
tuberculosis (n)
unconscious (adj)
virus (n)
vomit (v)
NATURAL
ENVIRONMENT
animals
alligator (n)
bat (n)
bear (n)
bee (n)
bird (n)
bull (n)
butterfly (n)
deer (n)
fox (n)
hippo (n)
insect (n)
lion (n)
lizard (n)
mammal (n)
monkey (n)
mosquito (n)
puma (n)
rat (n)
reptile (n)
scorpion (n)
shark (n)
snake (n)
species (n)
spider (n)
tiger (n)
toad (n)
wasp (n)
whale (n)
wolf (n)
worm (n)
climate
climate (n)
cool (adj)
storm (n)
sunny (adj)
tropical (adj)
windy (adj)
environmental issues
air pollution (n)
climate change (n)
destroy (v)
ecologist (n)
endangered (n)
habitat loss (n)
noise (n)
over-fishing (n)
over-hunting (n)
poisonous (adj)
pollution (n)
traffic (n)
water pollution (n)
landscape
canal (n)
cave (n)
coast (n)
coral reef (n)
countryside (n)
forest (n)
garden (n)
geyser (n)
green space (n)
hot spring (n)
lagoon (n)
lake (n)
mountain (n)
nature reserve (n)
ocean (n)
park (n)
river (n)
sea (n)
stream (n)
valley (n)
volcano (n)
waterfall (n)
wave (n)
wood (n)
PEOPLE
appearance
attractive (adj)
beautiful (adj)
blond (n)
curly (n)
dark (n)
dark-skinned (adj)
dyed (n)
fair (n)
fair-skinned (adj)
good-looking (adj)
hairstyle (n)
handsome (adj)
long (n)
overweight (adj)
pale (adj)
piercing (n)
pretty (adj)
red (n)
short (n)
skinny (adj)
slim (adj)
straight (n)
tall (adj)
tattoo (n)
wavy (n)
well-built (adj)
young (adj)
clothes
"baggy (adj)
dress (v)
hood (n)
jacket (n)
jeans (n)
leggings (n)
long-sleeved (adj)
shorts (n)
skirt (n)
sunglasses (n)
swimsuit (n)
tight (adj)
top (n)
T-shirt (n)
describing people
aristocratic (adj)
eccentric (adj)
famous (adj)
geek (n)
sporty (adj)
successful (adj)
feelings and emotions
angry (adj)
annoyed (adj)
bored (adj)
confused (adj)
down (adj)
enthusiastic (adj)
excited (adj)
happy (adj)
interested (adj)
irritated (adj)
lonely (adj)
nervous (adj)
relaxed (adj)
sad (adj)
scared (adj)
shocked (adj)
sleepy (adj)
stressed (adj)
stressed out (adj)
surprised (adj)
terrified (adj)
tired (adj)
unemotional (adj)
upset (adj)
worried (adj)
personal qualities
adventurous (adj)
confident (adj)
easy-going (adj)
extravagant (adj)
friendly (adj)
frugal (adj)
funny (adj)
generous (adj)
hard-working (adj)
helpful (adj)
honest (adj)
impatient (adj)
kind (adj)
lazy (adj)
mean (adj)
moody (adj)
organised (adj)
outgoing (adj)
patient (adj)
professional (adj)
quiet (adj)
romantic (adj)
sensible (adj)
sensitive (adj)
sentimental (adj)
shy (adj)
sociable (adj)
talkative (adj)
tidy (adj)
unhappy (adj)
untidy (adj)
wise (adj)
SCHOOL
school life
extra classes (n)
homework (n)
revision (n)
SCIENCE A N D
TECHNOLOGY
computer games
expansion pack (n)
game-play (n)
gamer (n)
graphics (n)
location (n)
role-playing (adj)
simulation game (n)
technology
computer (n)
digital (adj)
gadget (n)
interactive (adj)
laptop (n)
mobile (n)
mobile phone call (n)
music download (n)
t e x t message (n)
useful verbs
chat (v)
comment (v)
delete (v)
download (v)
keep in touch with (v)
multitask (v)
personalise (v)
post (v)
post (v)
reply (v)
socialise (v)
surf (v)
upload (v)
view (v)
using the internet
connected (adj)
cyber-bullying (n)
disconnected (adj)
home page (n)
Net (n)
offline (adj)
online (adj)
password (n)
personal information (n)
profile (n)
real-time (adj)
safety (n)
virtual (adj)
webpage (n)
website (n)
space/universe
astronaut (n)
Earth (n)
launch (n)
Moon (n)
Moon landing (n)
orbit (n)
planet (n)
satellite (n)
solar system (n)
space junk (n)
Space Shuttle (n)
spacecraft (n)
spacewalk (n)
telescope (n)
handbag (n)
jewellery (n)
leather goods (n)
scarf (n)
second-hand (adj)
textiles (n)
vintage (adj)
selling/buying
bargain (n)
change (n)
cheap (adj)
fork out (v)
half-price (adj)
large (adj)
medium (adj)
sales (n)
small (adj)
try on (v)
valuable (adj)
types of shops
bookshop (n)
charity shop (n)
clothes shop (n)
computer shop (n)
discount shop (n)
shopping centre (n)
stall (n)
street market (n)
supermarket (n)
SPORT
equipment
SHOPPING A N D
SERVICES
ball (n)
bike (n)
boot (n)
cap (n)
goggles (n)
helmet (n)
mountain bike (n)
running shoe (n)
ski (n)
water bottle (n)
wetsuit (n)
goods
sports events
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antique furniture (n)
ceramics (n)
designer (n)
footwear (n)
marathon (n)
Olympic (adj)
road race (n)
Tour de France (n)
transition stage (n)
triathlon (n)
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types of sport
athletics (n)
basketball (n)
canoeing (n)
cycling (n)
football (n)
gymnastics (n)
jogging (n)
running (n)
swimming (n)
tai chi (n)
yoga (n)
TRAVELLING AND
TOURISM
air travel
airline (n)
airport (n)
aisle seat (n)
arrival gate (n)
baggage (n)
board (v)
boarding gate (n)
case/suitcase (n)
catch (v)
check-in desk (n)
collect (v)
departure lounge (n)
duty-free shop (n)
excess baggage (adj)
information desk (n)
land (v)
pack (v)
passenger (n)
passport (n)
passport control (n)
security control (n)
souvenir shop (n)
take o f f (v)
terminal (n)
ticket (n)
ticket office (n)
weight limit (n)
holiday activities
beach volleyball (n)
bird-watching (n)
climbing (n)
cycling (n)
diving (n)
holiday activities
dolphin watching (n)
exploring (n)
hiking (n)
horse riding (n)
kayaking (n)
sailing (n)
sightseeing (n)
snorkelling (n)
sunbathing (n)
surfing (n)
whale watching (n)
windsurfing (n)
holidays
abroad (adv)
campsite (n)
chill out (n)
discount (n)
dive site (n)
health spa (n)
hostel (n)
hotel (n)
international student card (n)
luxury hotel (n)
palm tree (n)
paradise (n)
resort (n)
sandy beach (n)
stay (v)
uninhabited (adj)
visa (n)
problems and accidents
crash (n)
delay (n)
queue (n)
uncomfortable (adj)
unreliable (adj)
WORK
jobs
flight attendant (n)
headmaster (n)
part-time job (adj)
pilot (n)
priest (n)
sailor (n)
shopkeeper (n)
soldier (n)
money
bank account (n)
earn money (v)
get money (v)
good w i t h money (v)
make money (v)
pocket money (v)
save money (v)
spend money (v)
means of transport
aeroplane (n)
bike (n)
boat (n)
bus (n)
canoe (n)
car (n)
helicopter (n)
horseback (n)
kayak (n)
moped (n)
motorbike (n)
sTiip (n)
speedboat (n)
train (n)
tram (n)
underground (n)
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ЕГЭ Exam Choice Audioscripts
Е В Exam Choice 2, Listening,
Task 1
Speaker A: I have got a part-time job in a
supermarket. I work there two days a
week after school and on Saturdays. Last
year, I also worked there in the summer
for one month. It's a boring job, but I earn
50 pounds a week. When I want to buy
something, like clothes, cosmetics or CDs,
I have my own money; I don't ask my mum
or dad. That makes me very happy!
Speaker B: Some people spend a lot of money on
mobile phones. When a new phone is in
the shops, they buy it. They want to have
the best and they pay a lot of money for
it. I don't understand why they do that.
Do they really need a phone that takes
photos, plays music and is connected to
the Internet? I only use my mobile phone
for calls and text messages.
Speaker C: Good morning, listeners! We have got
a great prize for you today. Who wants
to win a new mobile phone? Just be the
first to answer this question: What is the
capital city of Australia? Think carefully.
It's a bit difficult. No one knows? Come on
now. It begins with the letter 'С'. Call first
and a fantastic new phone is here for you!
Speaker D: When I wanted to buy a new computer,
I didn't go to the shops because I really
don't enjoy shopping. It takes a long time
and sometimes you don't find what you
want. So, I stayed at home and looked
online. I found a good computer and I
ordered it. I saved time and money, and I
got a great computer!
Speaker E: My friends and I love street markets. We
go every Saturday and there are lots of
different shops. The prices are cheaper
than in normal shops. My friends and
I are really interested in clothes and
accessories - we love fashion. Last week
I bought a beautiful pair of silver earrings
for only ten pounds and my friend Mandy
bought a leather bag for 12. We're going
again next week!
Speaker F: I've got a good job and I earn a lot of
money, but I spend it all! Everything in the
shops costs a lot - food, clothes, books,
CDs, presents. I'm always spending money!
I want to go on holiday this summer, to
Spain, but I've got nothing in my bank
account. I'm not good at saving money.
What can I do?
ШЕ1 Exam Choice 2, Listening,
Task 2
Amy: Hi Matt. Where were you yesterday evening?
Matt: I went to the cinema.
Amy: Oh what did you see?
M a t t : Percy Jackson and The
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Amy:
500 Days of
Matt:
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Amy:
Olympians.
Was it good?
It was brilliant.
What's it about?
It's about monsters and Greek gods.
Wow. So what happens?
Well, the hero is a boy called Percy Jackson. He's
half-human, half-god.
Half-human, half-god?
That's right. His mother is human, but his
father is Poseidon, the god of the sea. Anyway,
something terrible happens to his mother and
he can't find her.
Oh no!
After that, Percy travels across America looking
for his mother, but then other gods try to kill
him. In the end ...
No, stop. Don't tell me any more. I want to see
it. Is it scary?
Yes, really scary - but it's exciting. You'll love it.
I saw a great film last weekend.
At the cinema?
No, I watched it at home on DVD. It was called
Summer.
Oh yes, I've heard of it. It's a love story isn't it?
Yes, it's very romantic and very funny too.
What's it about?
It's about two people - the man is called Tom
and the woman is called Summer.
Summer? That's an interesting name.
Yes, she's an interesting woman. Anyway,
she comes to work in the office where Tom is
working, and it's love at first sight - well, it is
for Tom anyway.
Why is the film called 500 days of Summer?
Well, the film shows 500 days of Tom's
relationship with Summer. Sometimes it's Day
50 and then it's Day 300 and then it goes back
to Day 50 again. It's different from other love
stories - it's very imaginative.
Does Summer fall in love with Tom?
Not exactly - I think she loves him and they
have a great time together. Tom is quite
shy and very romantic - he thinks that his
relationship with Summer is a fairytale romance.
He's never met a woman like her before, and he
wants to get married.
But she doesn't?
Well, I don't want to tell you everything.
Matt: It's okay, I never watch romantic films.
Amy: Well, Summer wants to get married, but not to
Tom. In the end she gets engaged to a different
man.
Matt: Oh dear. That's sad.
Amy: Yes, it's very sad.
EDS Exam Choice 2» Listening,
Task 3
Ned: Hi Emily! How was your holiday?
Emily: Great - Minorca is wonderful. It was really hot
and we spent every day on the beach.
Ned: Wow! Lucky you!
Emily: Well, almost every day. I spent one day in
hospital.
Ned: Really - Why?
Emily: Well, I was swimming in the sea when I
suddenly had a pain on my foot. A jelly-fish
stung me!
Ned: Oh no! What did you do?
Emily: Umm, well I got out of the water. At first my
foot was a bit red but I didn't think it was very
serious. But then it became really swollen and I
couldn't walk.
Ned: Oh no! Was anybody with you?
Emily: No, but luckily, I had my mobile phone with
me so I called my parents and they came to
pick me up really quickly. They took me to the
hospital and we waited for a long time to see a
doctor. In the end, they gave me something to
put on the foot and it was fine.
Ned: Oh good. A bee stung me on the foot once
and the same thing happened - it was really
swollen for a few days. Anyway, did you go in
the sea again after that?
Emily: Ha ha! No, I swam in the swimming pool.
Ned: So tell me more about Minorca. I've never been
there.
Emily: Oh, it's really beautiful. There are lots of
beaches and the colour of the water is
fantastic! We visited some fishing villages, too.
They were really pretty. One part of the island
is very windy and you can go windsurfing
there.
Ned: Did you go windsurfing?
Emily: No, I didn't, but my dad did. It was really funny
because he fell into the water a lot. He spent a
lot of time in the sea!
Ned: Were there a lot of tourists?
Emily: Yes, there were. It's a very popular island. We
met people from different European countries.
I met some nice girls from Germany and Russia.
Of course, there were lots of people from Spain
because it's a Spanish island.
Ned: Do you speak Spanish?
Emily: No, I don't, but nearly everyone speaks English,
so it was OK. Now, what about you, Ned? How
was your holiday?
Ned: Oh ... it was a bit boring.
Emily: Really? What did you do?
Ned: My brother and I went camping in Scotland, but
it rained every day! I wanted to go back home
after the second day, but my brother wanted
to wait for the rain to stop. We waited for five
days, but the rain didn't stop.
Emily: Oh, no! What did you do for five days?
Ned: We spent a lot of time inside our tent! We
played chess and read comics. And we slept a
lot! Next year, I'm going on a beach holiday. In
fact, I think I'll go to Minorca!
Emily: Good idea!
1ÜEJ Exam Choice 5» Listening,
Task 1
Speaker A: Have you ever been on an Airbus? It's
a big plane that is used for flying long
distances. I travelled in one when my
family and I flew to Australia. It was
very comfortable. Every passenger has
a television screen and you can choose
what you want to watch. There are many
films to choose from. But that's not all you can also play some video games on
the screen. It's great!
Speaker B: In geography today, our teacher told
us about the island of Krakatoa. It's
in Indonesia and in the year 1883,
the volcano on the island exploded.
Unfortunately, many people were killed. In
fact, nearly 40,000 people died. Scientists
say that the sound of the explosion was
the loudest sound ever heard in modern
history. People nearly 5,000 kilometres
away reported that they heard it.
Speaker C: In Greek mythology, Icarus was the son of
Daedalus. Daedalus was like an inventor
- he made incredible things. They needed
to escape from the island of Crete, so
Daedalus made wings for them. The wings
were made from the feathers of birds
and also with wax from candles. Daedalus
told Icarus not to fly close to the sun, but
Icarus didn't listen. The sun melted the
wax and he fell into the sea and died.
Speaker D: I go to work by bike. It costs nothing and
I don't get stuck in traffic. In the past,
I took the bus, but it wasn't quick and
sometimes, the bus was full and I couldn't
sit down. I thought about driving to work,
but petrol costs a lot and it causes air
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pollution. Then my friend suggested riding
to work on a bicycle. It takes me only 15
minutes, but the bus took nearly an hour!
Speaker 6: We are sorry to announce that the 5.15
train to Manchester has been delayed.
The delay is due to mechanical problems.
The next train to Manchester will be at
8.30. Passengers who want to travel on
the later train may still use their tickets
for the 5.15 train. However, there is a bus
outside the station for Manchester. It will
leave in 10 minutes. Just show your train
ticket to the driver. There is no extra cost.
Speaker F: Iceland is an unusual place. There are
many hot springs there and energy from
the springs is used to make electricity.
For this reason, Iceland is one of the
cleanest countries in Europe. Of course,
the hot springs aren't used only to make
electricity. The springs are found all over
the country and the people like to sit in
them and relax. The hot water is very
good for their health!
I S ] Exam Choice 5, Listening,
Task 2
Female: Hello. Could you give me some information
about Ireland, please?
Male:
Certainly. What would you like to know?
Female: Well, I'd like to go there in the summer with
some friends for our holidays. Is that a good
time to visit?
Male:
When exactly would you like to go?
Female: In July. I'm going with two friends, and we
want to go cycling for two weeks. It's safe
to cycle around Ireland, isn't it?
Male:
Oh yes, it's a perfect place for cycling.
The countryside is very green and quite
beautiful.
Female: The weather's okay in July, right?
Male:
Well, it rains a lot in Ireland, but it's quite
warm in July. I'd say the weather's wet and
warm in July.
Female: Oh good. Could you tell me about places to
visit in Ireland, please? There are lots of
things to see, aren't there? '
Male:
Oh Ireland's wonderful. I went there two
years ago and had a fantastic time.
Female: Which towns do you recommend?
Male:
Dublin is definitely worth a visit. It's the
capital city and it's full of interesting things
to see and do.
Female: Do you know anything about the nightlife?
Male:
Oh yes. Dublin's famous for its pubs and live
music. The Irish really love music, so there
Female:
Male:
Female:
Male:
Female:
Male:
Female:
Male:
Female:
Male:
Female:
are always lots of bands playing. You could
also visit Cork - that's a lovely town. And if
you want to go to the west, Galway's very
popular. It's by the sea and there's a river,
too. You can do water sports if you want to.
Great. Irish people are friendly, right?
Oh yes, they're very friendly, and talkative.
They enjoy having conversations with
strangers, and they are fun to be with.
OK. Could you give me some information
about flights, please?
Yes, in July that would be £150 each. You
can fly directly to Dublin on the 4 th of July,
returning on 19 th of July.
The 19 th is a Sunday, isn't it?
That's right.
Is it possible to return on the Saturday?
You can, but it's more expensive.
How much is it?
It's £190 to fly on Saturday. That's £40
more.
Oh, that's a lot. Okay, the Sunday's fine.
Thanks. I'd like to book for three people,
please.
ÜJEJ Exam Choice 5, Listening,
Task 3
Speaker:
We continue our report on holiday resorts
with a visit to the south coast of England,
to the town of Boscombe. Boscombe was
once a very popular holiday destination
with people from all over England,
especially families with young children; it
has a long sandy beach and it is perfect
for swimming. But at the end of the
twentieth century, the number of visitors
went down.
Why did that happen? Well, about 30 years
ago, the cost of flights went down a lot.
New airline companies opened and offered
people cheaper tickets. Many people
preferred to go to other countries for
their summer holidays because suddenly
it was possible to fly to warm places like
Spain and Greece. People stopped going to
English seaside towns for their holidays.
In Boscombe, as in other places in
England, this was a big problem for hotels,
restaurants and shops; tourists were not
visiting the town, and the hotels, shops
and restaurants were not making money.
People could not find jobs. So the local
government of Boscombe decided to find
a solution to the problem. They had a few
ideas, but the most interesting suggestion
i
was to build an artificial surf reef. If there
were good surf waves, more people would
come to Boscombe to surf. They would
also spend money in hotels, restaurants
and shops, and people in Boscombe could
find jobs again. So two years ago, they
started work on the artificial surf reef.
Has it been a success? Is Boscombe the
new surf capital of England?
Well, we spoke with some people from
the town and we asked them about the
surf reef. Some of them didn't think it
was a good idea when it was suggested,
but now they're all very pleased with the
new surf reef. More people are coming to
Boscombe for their holidays again and a
lot of new restaurants, shops and hotels
have opened. This summer, the number
of visitors went up by 32 percent. That's
amazing and it's great news for Boscombe.
The people that disagreed with the idea
of a surf reef thought it would cost a lot
of money to build and that they would
spend it for nothing. Yes, it did cost a lot
of money, but it was the solution they
were looking for.
It cost £3 million to build and was
completed and opened in November 2009.
It's the first artificial reef in Europe,
but the fourth in the world - the other
ones are in Australia, New Zealand and
California. It's the size of a football pitch
and it's about 225 meters from the beach.
It's been a big success. People surfed at
Boscombe in the past, but the waves are
bigger now - they're up to 4 meters high
now. For surfers, that's fantastic. Also,
they have more good surfing days. Before
the reef, they had 77 good surfing days.
Now that has doubled to 150 days a year
of good surfing. This year, 10,000 surfers
visited Boscombe. That is good news
because surfers spend a lot of money
in hotels, restaurants and shops. People
also come here to do other water sports
like windsurfing, canoeing and diving.
Boscombe has become a great place to
visit!
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I ЕГЭ Exam Choice Answer Key
Ш£1 Exam Choice I
H E ! E x a m Choice 4
Reading
Reading
1 A 6 В 4 С8
2 A 4 В 6 CI
Use of English
3 1 has won
4 hasn't visited
7 has read
10 is getting
4 1 wonderful
4 beautiful
7 aristocratic
10 crazy
0 1
D 7
E3
E2
3 has been
6 aren't playing
9 doesn't like
2 is living
5 wants
8 going
3 funny
6 historic
9 successful
2 daily
5 famous
8 professional
1 A 7 В 3 СБ
2A 3 В 6 С4
Use of English
3 1 takes
4 best
7 don't look
10 won't feel
4 1 live
4 finally
7 loss
10 hunting
D 8
D 7
El
E5
F 4
F2
2 your
5 sticks
8 will make
2 survival
5 endangered
8 pollution
ES E x a m Choice 5
listening
Listening
11 G 2D 3 В 4 A 5 С 6 E
2 1 True II False III False
IV Not stated V True VI False
VII Not stated
3 1 b l i e I l i a IV с V b VI с VII a
1A 4 В 5 С 2 D 1 E 6 F 3
21 False
II True
V Not stated
IV Not stated
VII True
31 3 II 2 III 3 IV 3 V 2 VI 2 VII 3
Use of English
Use of English
2 bouquet
5 at
8 back
3 big red bag
6 very
9 yet
4 1 a few
4 won't
7 best
10 seen
2 happens
5 by
8 thirsty
ÜEJ Exam Choice 3
ШЕ1 Exam Choice S
Reading
Reading
112 2 3 32 44 54
214 22 31 43 54
Writing
3 Students' own answers
4 Students' own answers
61
61
72
72
1 1 2 114 1113 IV 4 V I
Writing
2 Students' own answers
3 Students' own answers
G2
3 help
6 has come
9 will be
H C l Exam Choice 2
4 1 market
4 worried
7 caught
10 earned
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G5
F7
F5
3 disappearance
6 colourful
9 fishing
III True
VI False
3 pass
6 It
9 cook
VI 2
VII 4
Online Skills Answer Key
l a ]
b 2
c l
d 4
e 6
f 5
2 1 It's an adventure book. 2 Suggested answers:
old map, travels, dangerous people, mountains,
forests
Endangered animals tiger, rhino, turtle, leopard,
gorilla
Non-endangered animals alligator, bear, shark,
bee,toad
1 Yes, there is a Home tab across the top of the
page. 2 News, celebrity, travel, sports, timelines.
Life store 3 Yes, there is a search box. 4 Yes, it
was made in 2011 5 Reliable enough. It is made
by a specialised company, not an individual.
1 It's from an organisation (World Wildlife Fund WWF). 2 There is a lot of information about
endangered animals, and about WWF. It is an official
and reliable site. 3 There is no advertising. 4 The
url ends with .org. This tells us that it is an official
organisation. 5 The date for this year is at the
bottom of the page, so it is up to date.
1 1 Canada
2 Kenya
3 Sweden
4 1 iTunes movie trailers 2 IMDb 3 iTunes movie
trailers and IMDb 4 IMDb 5 iTunes movie
trailers 6 IMDb 7 iTunes movie trailers 8 iTunes
movie trailers 9 IMDb 10 IMDb
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