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High Five!

Unit 1

Listen to the conversations. Match them to the pictures.

Work in groups. Practice the conversations. Use your real names.

Judy: Hi, Im Judy. Whats your name?

Emma: My names Emma. Nice to meet you, Judy.


Judy: Nice to meet you, too.

Alan: Rani, this is Josh. Josh, this is Rani.

Rani: Hello, Josh.


Josh: Hi, Rani. Nice to meet you.

David: Jim, this is Alice Fletcher.

Jim: Nice to meet you, Alice. Im Jim Burton.


Alice: Nice to meet you, too, Jim.

Listening practice: greetings

Grammar: the verb beaffirmative and negative

A Work in pairs. Look at the webcam images and write morning, afternoon, or evening.

Language in context Listen to the conversations. Where are the people?

a) at home b) at a show c) at school

Sydney, Australia

Vancouver, Canada

1
Mary: Good afternoon. I am Mary Powers.

L isten and complete the conversations with words from


the box. Then match them to the pictures in Exercise A.

Whats your name?

Mary: This is Carlos Mora. Carlos, this is Nina.

morning afternoon evening (x2)

She is a dancer.
Nina: Im not a dancer. Im a singer!

Tom: Oh, good

Mr. Drake: Good

Jenny: Good

Anne: Hi, Jenny. How are you?

Jenny: Fine, thanks.

Mrs. Chen: Good

Nina: Im Nina Miller.

Carlos: Wow! Youre dancers!

, Tom.

Mary: OK, you arent a dancer. And you are

, Anne.

BNotice Look at the conversations in Exercise A again. Complete the table with the correct
form of the verb be.

not a singer. Goodbye!

(1)

, Mr. Hancock.

(here).

You are/(2)

It is/(4)

(a dancer).

(OK).

Listen and repeat the letters of the alphabet.

They are/(6)

I am not/(7)

He/She is not
He/She isnt

We are/(5)

Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm

(a dancer).
/You arent (a singer).

(a singer).

It is not/It isnt (OK).

(late).

We are not/We arent (late).

(great dancers).

They are not/They arent (singers).

CPractice Circle the correct option.

Watch out!
Im not a student.

1 Im Luisa Gill. I am / are a student.

4 We am / are at home. We am not / are not at school.

Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

2 You is / are late.

5 Cindy isnt / arent a singer. She is / are a dancer.

3 He am not / is not here.

6 Kenji and Taro is / are singers. They isnt / arent great singers.

Work in pairs. Introduce yourself and spell your name.


A: Good morning. Im Anne Johnson.
B: Nice to meet you, Anne. How do you spell your name?
A: A-N-N-E J-O-H-N-S-O-N.
B: Thank you.

See you later!

You (8)

Shes/Hes (a singer).

Work in pairs. Practice the conversations in Exercise B. Use your real names.

Vocabulary: the alphabet


A

Mary: Yes. Theyre great dancers. Thank you.

Negative

/Im (Mary Powers).

She/He (3)

Affirmative

Mr. Hancock: Hello, Mrs. Chen.

Carlos: Its OK. Youre here now.

, Mr. Drake.

Harmony: Were late! Sorry! Were Harmony.

How to say it
How do you spell ...?

N
 ow you do it Work in pairs. Write one true sentence about yourself
and your class, and one false sentence. Read the sentences to your partner
to guess which is true and which is false.
A: Im a great dancer.
B: True! You are a great dancer.

I amnt a student.

Unit 1

New York, the U.S.

A: Alice is here.
B: False! She isnt here.
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Grammar: possessive adjectives

ALanguage in context Look at the pictures and take the quiz.

Listen and repeat. Notice that contractions


are pronounced as one word.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

I am Im
You are Youre
He is Hes
She is Shes
It is Its
We are Were
They are Theyre

I am not Im not
You are not You arent
He is not He isnt
She is not She isnt
It is not It isnt
We are not We arent
They are not They arent

Her real name is Norma Jeane Mortenson. Shes

Listen and practice saying the sentences.

1 Im late.
2 You arent a dancer.

Pronunciation: contractions

3 Shes a teacher.
4 It isnt a show.

5 Were here.
6 Theyre dancers.

two

three

four

Backstreet Boys.

Jessica and Lisa.

50 Cent.

Bono.

Jonas Brothers.
Veronica and Veronica.

His real name is Curtis Jackson. Hes


Michael Jordan.

My real name is Gordon Sumner. Im

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
one

Marilyn Monroe.

Theyre The Veronicas! Their names are

Listen and repeat the numbers.

zero

Madonna.

Our names are Joe, Kevin, and Nick. Were the

Vocabulary: numbers 010


A

five

six

seven

eight

nine

ten

Sting.

BNotice Look at the quiz in Exercise A again. Complete the table.


Subject pronouns

Listen and circle the numbers you hear.

1 a) 8046

2 a) 555-3869

3 a) (0)35-299-2734

4 a) 238-849-171

b) 8042

b) 555-4867

b) (0)35-229-2734

b) 238-841-979

CLook at the pictures and numbers below. Label them with words from the box.
address phone number student ID number

Possessive adjectives

Im Sting.

(1)

real name is Gordon Sumner.

Youre Madonna.

Your last name is Ciccone.

Hes 50 Cent.

(2)

real name is Curtis Jackson.

Shes Marilyn Monroe.

(3)

real name is Norma Jeane Mortenson.

Were The Jonas Brothers.

(4)

names are Joe, Kevin, and Nick.

Youre The Black Eyed Peas.

Your real names are Stacy, Jaime, William, and Allan.

Theyre The Veronicas.

(5)

names are Jessica and Lisa.

CPractice Circle the correct option to complete the sentences.


1 Im Usher. Im / My real name is Raymond.
2 Hes / His Ludacris. Hes / His real name is Christopher Bridges.
3 Our / We are names are Andr and Antwan. Our / We are OutKast!

Watch out!
T heir names are Joe, Kevin,
and Nick.
T heyre names are Joe, Kevin,
and Nick.

4 Shes / Her real name is Stefani Germanotta. Shes / Her Lady Gaga.

6 Hello. Im my / your teacher. Im / My names Mrs. Rowland.

Work in pairs. Ask and answer about your


phone number and student ID number.
A: Whats your phone number?
B: Its two eight three

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5 Theyre / Their Kings of Leon. They / Their names are Anthony, Ivan, Michael, and Cameron.

D
How to say it
Whats your ...?

N
 ow you do it Work in pairs. Take turns talking about famous people.

Unit 1

A: Her real name is Alecia Moore.


B: Shes Pink! Their names are John, Paul, George, and Ringo.
A: Theyre The Beatles.
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Reading practice: Web site article

BComplete the online ticket form with your information.

ARead the Web site entries. Vote for your number one talent.

1.

Mr.

Mrs.

Miss

Ms.

2. First name

3. Middle initial

5. E-mail address

7. Credit card number

This is Bonnie Merrill. Bonnie


is only seven, and shes a great
dancer. Shes from Atlanta. Her
dance teacher is her mother.

Meet Jeffrey and Tonya.


Their band name is Melody.
Theyre from New Jersey. Theyre
singers, and theyre awesome!

This is KidFuture! Theyre a new


band from L.A. Theyre good friends.
Their real names are Chris,
Max, Mia, and Emily.

Jonas: Its jonas8@musicmail.net.


Mark: And whats your phone number?
Jonas: My home number is (541) 555-8426, and my

cell phone number is (503) 555-0133.


Mark: Great. Thank you. Lets stay in touch!

ROW

SEAT

T F

3 His cell phone number is (503) 555-0133.

T F

4 His e-mail address is jonas9@musicmail.net.

T F

How to say it

Face Value

$20.00

Ticket code: WKHHRAAJ


Event code: 357376
Purchase date/time:
FEB 12, 2011

1800 UNIVERSITY AVENUE, GA 30052

Credit card number:


************8005

MARCH 12, 2011 7PM

3 Her last name is


.

 ork in groups of three. Ask and answer questions to


W
complete the cell phone contact forms for your classmates.

@ = at
. = dot

K4L99KKQ

H20 ACADEMY ATLANTA

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2 His home number is (541) 555-8526.

Unit 1

HARRISON, Tanya K.
tk.harrison@musicmail.net

SECTION

0000234472582142

LEVEL

REGGAE POP MARTIN

2 Her middle initial is

T F

In e-mail addresses say:

AREA

1 Her first name is

1 His first name is Parker.

ALook at the information on the concert ticket. Complete the sentences below.

CONFIRMATION NUMBER:

Listen to Mark and Jonas exchanging


personal information. Read the sentences
about Jonas and circle T (true) or F (false).

Mark: OK. And whats your e-mail address?

Writing practice: forms

NAME:

Jonas: Its Parker.

a) Their band name is Melody.


b) Her mother is her teacher.
c) Hes a singer.
d) They are friends.

Dylan Carter, 9, New York, singer

E-MAIL ADDRESS:

8. Cell phone number

Mark: Hey, Jonas. Whats your last name?

CWrite an online profile for Dylan, a new star on Youre Talented!

6. Re-type e-mail address

Speaking practice: personal information

BMatch the names to the sentences.


1 Bonnie
2 Chris, Max, Mia, and Emily
3 Jeffrey and Tonya
4 Jeffrey

4. Last name

4 Her e-mail address is

.
.
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lifeSkills

Self-direction and learning:


learning new words
A

Three ways of
learning new words
What is this in English?

Look at the three pictures and the categories they


represent. Categorize as many words and phrases
as you can remember from this unit.

How do you pronounce this?


Lets look it up.

1 What are these things? Ask your


classmates or your teacher. Then write the words.
A: What is this in English?
B: Its a dictionary.
A: How do you spell dictionary?
B: D-I-C-T-I-O ...
Personal information

Whats your e-mail address?

Meeting people

Greetings

This is Josh.
My

Good morning

2 Do you know how to pronounce these words in English? Ask your classmates or your teacher.

introduction

conversation

evening

talented

information

A: How do you pronounce this?


B: Im sorry, I dont know!
A: How do you pronounce this?
C: I think its

3 Use your dictionary to learn new


words. Look up the words below.

C
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 ork in pairs. Take turns acting out your conversations


W
from Exercise B.

night
country
fun

actor
electronic
job

A: What is "night"?
B: I dont know. Lets look it up!

Reflect...
What is your favorite way of
learning new words?

Unit 1

BLook at the picture of the two women. Imagine what they are
saying. Write their conversation.

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Language Wrap-up
1

Vocabulary
AComplete the conversations with words from the box. (5 points)
Im meet Nice This Good afternoon

Rachel: (1)

, Alan. (2)

Alan: Hello, Samir. Nice to (3)

is Samir.
you. (4)

Samir: Hello. (5)

Alan.

to meet you, too.

BCircle the correct spelling of the numbers. (5 points)


1 2 a) two

b) too

2 4 a) four b) for
3 7 a) sevan b) seven
4 8 a) eight b) eit
5 9 a) nain b) nine
810 correct: I can understand introductions, the letters of the alphabet, and numbers 010.
07 correct: Look again at the Opener and Sections 2 and 5 on pages 8 and 10.

SCORE: /10

Grammar
AComplete the sentences with the correct form of the verb be. (5 points)
1 She

a singer.

2 We

late.

3 My friends

(not) at school.

4 You
5 It

(not) a great dancer.


a new show.

BUnderline the correct option. (5 points)


1 Hello, my / Im name is Joanne.
2 How do you spell youre / your name?
3 Hes a singer. His / Their real name is Jay.
4 This is Shakira. Shes / Her last name is Ripoll.
5 Theyre / Their friends are dancers.

810 correct: I can use the verb be in statements and I can use possessive adjectives.
07 correct: Look again at Sections 3 and 6 on pages 9 and 11.
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SCORE: /10