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1a. Look at the words in the box Which objetcs are in your classroom?

Chair bag notebook table whiteboard pen book

CD player pencil noticeboard projector picture

In the
are chairs,
approximately 17, fifteen for the students, one for the teacher and the one
left for someone who extraordinarily wants to listen to the class.
1c. Write the colours.
- Green
- Red
- Brown
- Yellow
- White
- Orange
- Blue
- Black
- Purple
3a. Underline the correct question Word.
1. Whats your name? -My name is Juan.
2. Where are you from? Im from Lima,Per.
3. How are you today? Im fine, thanks. And you?
4. Whos your favourite actor? My favourite actor is Jim Carrey.
5. When is your birthday? My birthday is in 7 of June.
6. Why are you here? Im here because I want to know how to speak
another language to read books in english.
7. Which spelling is correct? The correct spelling is c-h-a-i-r.
4a. Complete the questions with a word from the box.

Mean repeat dont that

could page

1. A: What does capital mean?

B: It means capital city, for example, London or Tokyo.
2. A: Work in pairs? I dont understand.
B: It means Work together. So, you two
3. A: Could you repeat that?
B: Yes. Page ninety-five.
4. A: Could you spell that?
B: Yes, m-e-e-t.
5. A: Could you write it?
B: Yes, of course.
6. A: Which page is it?
B: Thirty-five.
5A. Write the numbers.
1: one 12: twelve 15: fifteen
3: three 8: eight 13:thirteen
9: nine 2: two 50: fifty
4: four 7: seven 30: thirty
10:ten 11: eleven 100: a hundred
6:six 5: five 20: twenty

1A. Complete sentences 1-5 with the correct form of be.
1. Where (s ) Kuala Lumpur?
2. Where (are ) these people from: Oprah Winfrey, Daniel Roadcliffe,
Kazuo Ishiguro, Cristiano Ronaldo?
3. Where ( is ) the Blue Mosque?
4. What ( are ) the names of four countries in South America
beginning with A, B or C?
5. I (m ) the President of the USA. What (s ) my name?
2A. Unjumble the letters and find six countries below.
aanpj = Japan 1. Isusar = Russia 2. Typeg = Egypt
3. isnap = Spain 4. Hutso cifara = South Africa 5.
Omicxe = Mxico
6. Diain = India
B. Write five new words from Unit 1.
1. Battery 2. Manager 3. Windows 4. Answers 5. Exchange
4A. Write the name of each object.
1. Mobile phone 2. Key 3. Watch 4. Purse
5. Toothbrush
B. Underline the correct alternatives.
1. A: Which newspaper is that/those?
B: Its The Times.
2. A: What are this/these?
B: Theyre my new sunglasses.
3. A: What are that/those?
B: Theyre English magazines.
5A. Write five words from Unit 1 for the three groups below:
1. electrical objects : camera, mobile phone, laptop, mp3 player, DVD.
2. two-syllable words : TV studio, single ticket, Exchange rate, train
station, souvenir shop
3. places : South Africa, Spain, Mexico, India, Brazil.
6A. Work in pairs. Complete the poems with words from the box.

my your my mine yours hands fine


A: This is ( my) book.

B: No, its ( mine).
A: Heres ( my) name. Look!
B: Oh! Thats (fine ).
B: Are these ( your ) pens?
A: No, theyre ( Anns ).
B: Where are ( yours ) then?
A: In my (hands )!
7A. Complete the conversation with the words in the box.

Could is return there you

A: Hello. Could I have a ticket to Rome, please?
B: A single or return?
A: A return, please. How much is it?
B: Twenty-five euros.
A: And which platform it?
B: Platform three. Over there.
A: Thank you.
- I am fine, thanks.
- Im fine, thanks.
- You are students.
- Youre students.
- We are students.
- Were students.
- They are students.
- Theyre students.
- He is in class 3A.
- Hes in class 3A.
- She is in class 3A.
- Shes in class 3A.
- It is in class 3A.
- Its in class 3A.
Use contractions in speaking. E.g. Im a chess player; E.g. You arent a
person who eventually do exercise.
The pronoun you could be used to talk about one person (singular) or two or
more persons (plural).
Dont use contractions in positive short answers. E.g. Yes, she is; Yes, we
are. Its incorrect to say Yes, were OR Yes,shes when youre
answering positively a question.
- Im not very well.
- You arent students.
- We arent students.
- They arent students.
- He isnt a student.
- She isnt here.
- He isnt here.
- It isnt here.
When speaking, it is also posible to use:
- Youre not a law student.
- Were not police officers.
- Theyre not good rugby players.
- Hes not a good cooker.
- Shes not ready to play chess.
- Its not the correct table to serve the food.
1. Am I married?
- Yes, I am.
- Am I married?
No, Im not.
2. Are you tourists?
- Yes, you are.
- Are you tourists?
No, you arent.
3. Are we tourists?
Yes, we are.
- Are we tourists?
No, we arent.
4. Are they tourists?
Yes, they are.
- Are they tourists?
No, they arent.
5. Is he a tourist?
- Yes, he is.
- Is he a tourist?
No, he isnt.
6. Is she a tourist?
- Yes, she is.
- Is she a tourist?
No, she isnt.
7. Is it a good thing?
- Yes, it is.
- Is it a good thing?
No, it isnt.
It is good. IN A QUESTION WAY: Is it good?
Use be + subject (I/You/He, etc.) for the question: Are you studying now?
Use be to say who a person is or what and object is: Im a student of
Industrial Engineering. Its a mobile phone.
Use be to say where a person or a thing is from: Shes Peruvian. Spaguetti is
Italian. Ceviche is Peruvian. Tacos and Burritos are Mexican.
Use be to talk about peoples jobs: Im a firefighter. My mothers a teacher.
Use be to talk about a persons age: Im eighteen. Marks twenty-four. Juan
is twenty-three. My mother is fifty-seven.
Use be to say where something is: The Eiffel Tower is in France. Machu
Picchu is in Per. Santiago de Compostela City is in Spain.
Use be to say how much something is: Its twenty soles. Its five euros. Its
six pounds. Its twelve dollars.
A. Complete the sentences with positive forms of be. Use contractions.
1. I (m ) Sonia DAngelo.
2. They ( are ) at university.
3. It (s ) Tuesday today.
4. Julio (s ) on holiday.
5. We ( are ) from the BBC.
6. You ( are ) in my class, Yasmin.
B. Complete the conversation. Use the correct forms of be.
Farah: ( Are ) you Cindy?
Jenny: No, I (m not). I (m) Jennifer.
Farah: (Are) you a student?
Jenny: No. I (m ) the teacher! ( Are) you a student?
Farah: Yes, I (m).
Jenny: Ok, please sit down.

C. Put the words in the correct order. Start with the underlined word.
1. in / Debra/ the/ caf / isnt.
- Debra isnt in the caf.
2. name/ your/ Is/ Khan?
- Is your name Khan?
3. at/ Mrs / arent / Mr / airport / and / Cabrera / the.
- Mr and Mrs Cabrera arent at the airport.
4. friend/ is/ Paolo/ This / my.
- This is my friend Paolo.
5 their/ What/ names / are?
- What are their names?
6. centre/ s / Where / health/ the?
- Wheres the health centre?


In singular way: This and that. This is when a thing is near to here. That is
when a thing is far to here:
- This rule is broken, but its useful to do my works left in the university.
- That sofa is very comfortable to get sleep for a few minutes.
In plural way: These and those. These is when two or more things are near
to here. Those is when two or more things are far to here:
- These slides printed on paper was read by me to pass the subject
called Operations and Unit Processes of the University.
- Those glasses of water was served to drink Chicha morada.


- Its Akiras bag.

- Theyre Chriss magazines.
- These are the students books.

Use Akiras bag, is incorrect to say the bag of Akira.

It is also possible to say Akiras without repeating the noun: Is this
Johns bag? No, its Akiras.
Use my/your + noun: My magazine. Your racket of tennis.
We only use mine/yours without noun in short answers: Is this Bens
mobile? No, it isnt Bens. Its mine.


A. Complete the conversations. Use this, that, these or those.

Conversation 1
A: Brigitte, ( This ) is Phil.
B: Hello, Phil. Nice to meet you.
A: And ( these ) are my children. ( This ) is Tom and ( this ) is
B: Hi!

Conversation 2
A: Is ( that ) your car over there?
B: Yes, it is. Its great! And very fast!

Conversation 3
A: One of ( these ) cakes, please.
B: ( This ) one here?
A: No, ( that ) one there.

B. Underline the correct alternative

1. Its the laptop of Megan/Megans laptop.

2. Are those your/yours sunglasses?
3. This is my newspaper. Thats your/yours!
4. These are John/Johns keys.
5. Wheres my/mine wallet?
6. This is Angelas book. My/Mine is here.

C. Change the conversation so they dont repeat the nouns.

Conversation 1
A: Hey! Thats my pen!
B: No, it isnt. Its my pen. Your pen is over there.
- No, it isnt. Its mine. Yours is over there.

Conversation 2
A: I think these are Stefans books.
B: No, they arent Stefans books. Maybe theyre Danielas books.
- No, they arent Stefans. Maybe theyre Danielas.
Conversation 3
A: Is this your mobile?
B: No, its Jasons mobile. My mobile is black.
- No, its Jasons. Mine is black.

Conversation 4
A: Thanks for a lovely evening!
B: Thank you for coming. Is this your coat?
A: No, it isnt my coat. Its Sams coat. This is my coat.
- No, it isnt mine. Its Sams. This is mine.

1.3. MAKING REQUESTS. // Request means when a person solicit something.

- Can I have a sandwich, please?
- Can I have one of those batteries, please?
- Could I send a package, please?
- Could I change these dollars for yen, please?

Use Can/Could + I + infinitive to make requests. Note: Could if often more

formal than can.
When speaking, reply: Yes, of course. / Here you are.
1. Could I have a bottle of water, please?
- Yes, of course.
2. Could I change this soap for a detergent, please? Both have the same
- Here you are.
- Thank you.


A. Complete the conversation with the words in the box.

exchange Thats please could For change

A: ( Can ) I help you?
B: Yes, ( Could) I change these dollars for ( euros )
A: Yes, of course.
B: Whats the ( exchange ) rate today?
A: Its 1 dollar to 0.651 euros. So thats 65.1 euros.
B: Oh. Could I ( change ) these pounds too, please?
A: (For) euros?
B: Yes, ( please )
A: ( Thats ) 25 euros.
B: Thank you.

1A. What are the jobs? Find and circle twelve jobs.
- Nurse: a person who helps a doctor to do his job.
- Teacher: a professional who work teaching his knowledges to a group
of persons.
- Waiter: a person that works in restaurants serving the food and taking
the orders.
- Hairdresser: the person who cut peoples hair in his own shop.
- Receptionist: A person who often get welcome to people and reserve
pieces in hotel.
- Engineer: A professional who solve society problems with simulation
and process improvement.
- Lawyer: A person that works in tribunals defending people in judicial
- Actress: A professional who roleplayes to another person in films.
- Accountant: A person who regists financial information about a
enterprise in books.
- Doctor: A person who gives recipes to cure people illness.
- Politician: A person who studied politics and wants to be president.
- Chef: A professional who prepares food deliciously.

B. Work in pairs. Which jobs are right for these people? Write two jobs for
each person.
1. I like people
- Doctor
- Actress
2. I talk a lot
- Lawyer
- Politician
3. I work well alone
- Receptionist
- Waiter
4. I love numbers
- Accountant
- Engineer
5. Im very active
- Actress
- Doctor
6. I like food
- Chef
- Waiter

2A. Complete the questions with a suitable verb.

1. Do you (read ) magazines? Which ones?

- I usually read magazines with topics about chess, like Pen de Rey,
Capakhine, etc.
2. Do you (watch) sport on TV? Which sports?
- Yes, I like to watch sports when I have free time, I enjoy watching
football, specially Premier League, Spanish Football, etc.
3. Do you (take) a lot of photos? When?
- No, I dont. I only take photos in classes and take screenshots when
Im playing chess.
4. Do you ( listen to ) music when you work or study? What kind?
- I prefer to listen to the radio when Im studying but in low volume to
get concentrated easily. I love listening Salsa past in Panamericana
5. Do you ( do ) exercise every week? What do you do?
- I try to do exercise interdiary, because Im restoring until recover the
whole sense of my muscles. I do peck and biceps in Monday, Back
and triceps in Wednesday and Leg and Shoulder in Friday.
6. Do you ( eat ) a lot of junk food? What and when?
- No, I dont like eat junk food because it could make me get fat. I
hardly ever eat junk food, but only a little portion.
7. Do you ( read ) books in English? Which ones?
- Ive read 2 books in English, both titled Barcelona and the other was
Oliver Twist. This two books were fantastic.

8. Do you ( go ) to the cinema a lot? When?

- Nowadays, I hardly ever go to the cinema, but I enjoy watching films
in Netflix on weekend with my family (brother, sisters, fathers).

B. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.


3A. What do you do know about your partner? Complete the sentences with
the positive or negative form of the verb in brackets.

1. He/She ( likes ) (like) shopping.

2. He/She ( doesnt play ) (play) computer games.
3. He/She ( doesnt go ) (go) out a lot in the evenings.
4. He/She ( doesnt do ) (do) his/her homework every night.
5. He/She ( studies ) (study) a lot at the weekend.
6. He/She ( watches ) (watch) breakfast television.
7. He/She ( goes ) (go) to bed very late.
8. He/She ( doesnt cook ) (cook) every night.

B. Work in pairs and check your answers.

1. Franz, do you like shopping? Yes, I do.

2. Bro, do you play computer games? No, I dont.
3. Zopi, do you go out a lot in the evenings? No, I dont because Im
helping in my house, sometimes I have to work to earn some money
to contribute to familys expenses.
4. Franz, do you do homework every night? No, I usually do my
homeworks leaving a day between days.
5. Causa, do you study a lot at the weekend? Yes, I study all topics I
left to study at the week, because its important not be late in the
subjects of the university.
6. Zopi, do you watch breakfast television? Yes, I often watch news to
be informated about things that are happening in the world.
7. Franz, do you go to bed very late? Yes, I often go to bed very late
because I kept watching La noche es ma at channel 5 and I forget
to get sleep early.
8. Bro, do you cook every night? Not, I dont know how to cook.
4A. On a piece of paper write:
A place you like
Your job or study subject
The time you get up.
Two things you do in the evening.

1. I like to travel to Tarapoto, its an enjoyable city, people are very

happy and kind.
2. Im studying Industrial Engineering at UNMSM since 2010.
3. I usually get up at 8 o clock but then I get sleep one hour more
through the morning.
4. I often study my universitys subject and play chess but one hour per a
day. At night I study English to improve my reasoning in English, listening
and speaking.

B. Work in pairs. Exchange papers. Ask and answer questions.

E.g. A: Moonbucks. Whats that?
B: A coffee bar.
A: Why do you like it?
B: Well,

My friend: Tarapoto, where it is?

Me: Its in the Perus Selva, around twelve hours by car, and one half hour
by air.
My friend: Why do you like it?
Me: Because I went twice with my family at 2013 and 2014, it was
incredible, the Ahuashiyacus waterfall, the Laguna Azul, very fun!
My friend: Oh, that seems nice, I would like to go once. And, tell me, now are
you studying Industrial Engineering, and at UNMSM, interesting, whats
about your career?
Me: Wow, Industrial Engineering is an interesting career, about optimizate
process of organizations, industries to do easier the life in the society.
My friend: Wow, it could be difficult to join into a career in San Marcos,
specially Industrial Engineering. Why do you get at at 8 and the keep sleep
more? Xd
Me: Haha, because I get sleep late at night after take a shower post train in
My friend: Ahhh, interesting bro. So, you study all days and invest one hour
per a day to improve your chess
Me: Yep, my friend, I enjoy studying, learning more knowledges, improving
my chess leading groups and doing a good social life :D.
My friend: Ok bro, you are cool, play chess is an interesting hobbie.
Me: Ohh thanks bro for the words hehe, you are a great man too, see ya .


5A. Look at the leaflet (advise) below. Write questions to ask for the
information in the leaflet.

Malta full day tour

Star time: 9:45 a.m.
Finish time: 4:30 p.m.
Leaves from: Hotel lobby
Adult: 15 euros
Payment: All major credit cards accepted.

- What time does it start?

- Where does it leave from?
- When does the tour finish?
- How much does it cost?
- Do you take credit cards?

B. Work in pairs. Student A: you are a tourist. Ask questions about the Malta
tour. Student B: you work at the Tourist Information centre. Answer your
partners questions. Use full sentences.

Customer: What time does it start?

Assistant: At 9:45 a.m. exactly.
Customer: When does the tour finish?
Assistant: At 4:30 p.m.
Customer: Where does it leave from?
Assistant: The bus leaves from Hotel lobby.
Customer: How much does it cost?
Assistant: 15 euros.
Customer: And finally, do you take credit cards?
Assistant: All major credit cards are accepted.


2.1 PRESENT SIMPLE: I/you/we/they questions and short answers

Do I drink coffee? Yes, I do. Do I like tennis? Yes, I do.

Do I drink coffee? No, I dont. Do I like tennis? No, I dont.
Do you drink coffee? Yes, you do. Do you like tennis? Yes, you do.
Do you drink coffee? No, you Do you like tennis? No, you dont.
Do we drink coffee? Yes, we do. Do we like tennis? Yes, we do.
Do we drink coffee? No, we dont. Do we like tennis? No, we dont.
Do they drink coffee? Yes, they do. Do they like tennis? Yes, they do.
Do they drink coffee? No, they dont Do they like tennis? No, they

Use Do + subject + verb for a question. Do you have lunch at home?

In short answers, use Yes, I do and No, I dont.

PRESENT SIMPLE: I/you/we/they positive and negative statements


I love films. I play chess.

I dont love films. I dont know how to play piano.
You go running every day. You work in Primax.
You dont go running every day. You dont study Engineering.
We take a lot of photos. We watch Netflix at weekend.
We dont take a lot of photos. We dont work in Senati.
They read books. They study in UNMSM.
They dont read books. They dont know USA.

Use the present simple to talk about:

Things which are always true:
- I live in San Diego, SMP.
- My full name is Juan Patricio Roldan.
Habits and routines:
- I do exercise at gym.
- Vero watch films.

In the negative, use subject + dont + verb: - I dont like when the gym is
full because I delay more to finish my routine.

When speaking, use the contraction dont.


A. Put the words in the correct order to make questions.

1. you/ Do/ classes/ like / English/ your? - Do you like your English

2. running/ every day/ go/ they/ Do? - Do they go running every day?

3. chat/ you/ friends/ Do/ with/ a lot? - Do you chat with friends a lot?

4. junk/ like/ you/ Do/ food? - Do you like junk food?

5. TV/ on / watch/ they/ football/ Do? - Do they watch football on TV?

6. cinema/ the/ to/ go/ you/ Do/ a lot? - Do you go a lot to the cinema?

B. Look at the short answers to the questions above and correct the

1. Yes, I like. Yes, I do. 2. No, they dont. 3. Yes, we do chat.

Yes, we do.
4. No, I dont like. No, I dont. 5. No, they not. 6. Yes, we go.
Yes, we do.

C. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in the box.

go eat read watch listen to drink work

1. I ( dont go) running because Im not very active!

2. We ( watch ) sport on TV a lot because we really like it.
3. I (dont eat) junk food because I dont like it.
4. They ( dont work) on Sundays just relax all day!
5. I ( read) books in English because its good practice.
6. We ( dont drink) coffee late at night. We have milk or tea.
7. You ( listen to) music a lot. Whats your favourite band?


He works in PetroPeru. Verb + -s
She likes helping people.
He plays football at the weekend.
She loves watching doramas.
She watches TV on Saturday. Verb ending in ch, -sh, -s, -x + -es
She brushes his teeths three times
per a day.
She does her homework everyday. Do and go + -es
He goes to the gym four times a
It flies to Cuzco. Verb ending in a consonant + -y,
He studies all the day for his exams. change y to ies
It has a big door. Have change to has
It has a beautiful view.

He doesnt drink beer every
He doesnt know play football. In the negative, use doesnt + verb.
She doesnt know maths.
She doesnt like do exercise at gym. When speaking, use the contraction
It doesnt be at home. doesnt.
It doesnt look like a dog.


Does he play chess online?
- Yes, he does. Use Does + subject + verb to make
Does she travel in holidays? a question.
- No, she doesnt. In short answers, use Yes, it does
Does it smells very delicious? and No, it doesnt.
- Yes, it does.


A. Write the he/she/it form of the verbs.
1. eat eats 2. Study studies 3. Understand
understands 4. Take takes 5. wash washes
6. Chat chats 7. Write writes 8. Have has 9. Play
plays 10. Do does

B. Complete the texts with the verbs in the box. Use the present simple in
the correct form.
Go listen to watch study get up
drink read

Simona is a student. She ( gets up ) late, at 10 a.m., ( drinks) some black

coffee and then (goes) to classes at the university. In the afternoon, she
( studies) in the library. In the evening, she (watches ) TV or ( listens to)

Beatrice is a businesswoman. She ( has ) breakfast at 6 a.m. and ( starts)

work at 8. In the morning, she ( reads) her emails and ( talks) to people on
the phone. Beatrices husband ( works) near her office, so they (meet) and
have lunch together. She ( finishes) work at 6 p.m. and in the evening she
just ( relaxes ) at home.

C. Correct the mistakes.

1. Dan likes dogs, but he no like cats.
- Dan likes dogs, but he doesnt like cats.
2. Tariq drinks coffee, but he dont drink tea.
- Tariq drinks coffee, but he doesnt drink tea.
3. Sophia reads magazines, but she reads not books.
- Sophia reads magazines, but she doesnt read books.
4. Lara works at the weekend, but she does work on Monday.
- Lara works at the weekend, but she doesnt work on Monday.
5. The hotel room has a television and a telephone, but it no have an
internet connection.
- The hotel room has a television and a telephone, but it doesnt have
and internet connection.

D. Complete the conversation

A: (Do ) you work?
B: No, I ( dont ) but my wife (does).
A: Oh, what ( does) she do?
B: She ( teaches) English at a school.
A: Oh, And ( does) she like it?
B: Yes, she ( does). Well, she (doesnt) like working in the evening, but
she ( likes) her students.
A: And what ( do) you do all day?
B: I ( watch) TV and ( talk) with my friend Bob on the phone.
A: Oh, and what (does) Bob do?
B: Hes a film reviewer. He ( talks) about films on TV.


What time does it The answers to what time/when questions are

start? times/time phrases. Use in, at and on with these time
When does the tour phrases:
finish? - In the morning; In the afternoon; In the evening.
Where does it leave - At 9 o clock; At 7.30; At midnight; At night; At
from? the weekend.
How much does it - On Saturday; on Sunday.
Do you take credit


A. Look at the table. Use the information to write questions for answers 1-6.
Train leaves 8.30 $30
arrives 10.15
Museum opens 10.00 $15
closes 6.00

1. 8.30 2. 10.15 3. $30 4. 10.00 5.

6.00 6. $15

What time does the train leave from? 8.30

What time does the train arrive from? 10.15
How much does the train cost? - $30
What time does the museum open? 10.00
What time does the museum close? 6.00
How much does the museum cost? - $15

B. Read the text and correct the mistakes. Add in, on or at in ten places.

(At) the weekend we do a lot (on) Saturday, but (on) Sunday we have a
relaxing day. We get up (at) 10 o clock (in) the morning and have a late
breakfast. We have lunch about (at) 2 o clock and then (in) the afternoon
we relax at home. (In) the evening we watch a DVD or something on TV and
then we go to bed about (at) 11.30 (at) night.

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