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PU MED fl Louis Rogers aA VOCABULARY ‘Summer camp 1 Complete the table with the months in the correct order. 30 days 31 days January 2 What is the ‘extra’ month with a different number of days? 3. Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. vim Turkese / Garis I'm Mexiconese’7 Meican I'm Italian / Italese I'm Japanian / Japanese I'm German / Germanian I'm Russian / Russish I'm Spainish / Spanish Somsene Complete the sentences. many countries Sunday is the firsé_ day of the week. Thursday is the day Tuesday is the day Saturday is the day. Monday is the ay Weclnesday isthe day. Friday is the day. What is your favourite day? Why? os YomseNnHS ® © Write the days of the week in order on the calendar. {B] October 2015 5 Match the answers (a-e) to each part of the form (1-5). 4 Birthday ¢ a Eva 2 Age b English 3. Sumame © 26/02/2001 4. Nationality a 13 5 Name fe Smithson GRAMMAR 1 Complete the grammar table with the correct forms of the verb to be. Pronoun Vero i (1) __am. He/She (2) we/YouThey _|(3) 2 ) Put the words in order to make sentences. 1 ‘m/ student. /a/1 Ima student. 2. grandmother / My / is / the / UK. /-trom 3. my/ He's / brother. 4 My/ are / friends / from / Rome. 5 We / Japan. / ‘te / from 6 from / Poland. /'m / | 7 Mexican. / She /’s Put the words in order to make questions. 1. Is / How / old / Paola? How old is Paala? 2 they / are / Where / from? 3. your / name? / What's 4 old / are / you? / How birthday? / your / When's 6 is / old / How / your / sister? Complete the email to the new student with the words in the box. ‘are from how 'm(x3) 's ‘ when where Hello Alice, Welcome to Colorado Middle School! My name (1). ’s Katia. 1(2)__- in your class. 1(@) from Spain. (4) are you(5)_? (6) fourteen years old. (7)__ old (6) 's your birthday? My in January. b you? @) birthday (10) See you soon, Katia x VOCABULARY English class 1 Complete the colours (1-8). Then match them to the photos (a-h). 1RED 2 a Find the colours from Exercise 1 in the word search below. a Gale upRle alt|o cin|s Z|m|m|=lo K[Gte olw y[ele alF[alzlolly m|—|-l=lelz o|<|=/al2/> 3 Complete the words for classroom objects. oO b What colour can you make from blue and red? P e QO Bh c lock GRAMMAR 4 > Complete the sentences with the words in the box. that these this those ls _ zhis__ your bag? (here) Is your mobile? (there) are your books? (there) are your glasses? (here) Write the plural form of these words. sandwich sandwiches 2 bag ” 3 fish 6 tomato day city 3.) Complete the grammar table with the object pronouns. [aa Dace if ()__me he 2) she 8) it a we [o_ you 6) they 7) 4 a »» Choose the correct pronouns to complete the text. Wy slater and her fel vein Turkey. (1G Us caer a (2s / that wary oa, bak (3) they / them Skype (4) we / us . (5) She / Her husband's name is Mehmet. (6) He / Him is from Istanbul. (7) He / Him is very nice. We all like (8)ne / nm b ») Choose the correct options to complete the text. Look here on the computer screen. (1) This / These are (2) she / her two girls, Talya and Ecem. And (3) that's / those are her litle boy, Mert. (4) They / -Them ‘te good children. (5) Thats / Those are Mert in the blue jeans, And (6) thats / those are Ecem and Tayia Sl 1 Write 14 buildings. Then find them in the word search. Almiclcilelcimlnlie 1 FLAT a home/place to lve in a bigger building 2M a place to see interesting things about art, science [M| U|H|Q/H|€|A|N|w or history e{ifoly[wlelolFly as a big place to see or do sports ac a large, strong, old building ae ke) i i a EH 5s ‘a place you go to get a train tfa[t[v[tfols [tly 6c a place to drink coffee 7L ‘a place to borrow books STitalM [FSR 8S a place to buy things, elsitlelult {sale 8T a place to watch plays zisiulifelrtalrty 10 T a tall building 1c a place to see films tfabplulelvH|x 2 Complete the words for the places. KLA]Q] WIT] K}Q{s]e@ airport aie gert| = fof 5 even Ee a VOCABULARY 1 MY WOR Talk about places in a town 7 3. Complete the phrases with the correct words in the box. centre park poo! ounenre city sports, theme town shopping swimming, centre. 4 Complete the conversation with the words in the box. centre flat restaurant schoo! stadium street Where do you live? Its only ten minutes from our (1) Live near the main square on Appie school (2) ‘And you? Tim: I'm not near the town (3) We live ina(a) above the © that my parents have. Do you know it? We do Italian food - it's called Pasta Palace. Alex: Yes! | went there last week. i's next to the football (6) Iwas great 5 Choose the correct options to complete the text. Look right whan you ae the tain (0 tower /Glatiodand you wil see the 2 eastle airport up onthe hil it's neay 1,000 years old and there’ 2 great history @) museum / stadium inside, Sit ous in the main (2) library / square and enjay acoffes as you watch the peopie passing by. In the evening you can see a ply in the 200-yeer-oid 6) theatre / theme park or you can ison o fee ve music and have good food atthe A Tempo (6) cinema / café in the old town. Identify the type of text Thal 4 Complete the tips with the words in the box. 0 10 faricle pictures text timetable ties ie) a s London el What to don Loon ts week: iT ec Pe of tot Restaurants, theatre, museums, = Readthe(1) titles clubs, shops and more ... M ® Look at the (2) Does it look like a E train (3) yan (4) eae = — s= Look at the photos and the (6) B 00k at the photos and the (5) MenuSandwiches | Q 2 Match the pictures (ae) to the types of text abet feos 1-5). J f°). Cheese & onion metro map d What's on?’ website s) fé menu ‘rain timetable 2 Look at the photo and identify the type of text below. Then read the text and check. 2 text from a guidebook D the text of a talk a magazine story 2 ‘What's on?’ website with a list of events an advertisement, bres Pry 3 open'spaces of London Where to rdacand hive ag liad | want to tell you a bit about London. Well, | came from London, but when I go back there, | can see it's a very different pace from 50 years ago when | was a boy. Now its 0 big and has so mary people ~ more than eight millon. About 37% of the people who live there come from other countries, So i's very international. It's also very popular with tourists. It has over 14 milion visitors a year from other countries and another 13 milion visit London from other parts of the UK and stay in hotels there. London has a long history. I's over two thousand years old and some of its buildings, for example Big Ben and the Tower of London, are world-famous. There are 47 places around the world named London, but the one in England was the first. It has 16 sister cities: New York and Moscow are two of them. [ike London because it always changes. | change because | get old. London changes because it becomes new. © What does the text do? Choose a, b, c, d ore. The text 2 tells you where to go, d_asks you what you know. oo ke © tells you what to do. @ wants you to buy something, GRoseersTsIOT CURGOMET) tells you facts. that you don’t know much about. S Read the text again and match the sentence endings (a-g) to Use the internet to find out six the beginning of the sentences (1-7). interesting facts about the city. 4 The writer lived in a years ago. Then share them in your next London 50 a bof the people who live there aren't English class. 2 i4million from the UK. ae 3 London has 16 visitors from other countries go to 3 London every year. race London is about two thousand Eight million people live in London. twin cities around the world. places have the name London. years old GRAMMAR 1 There is / there are; prepositions of place Describe what's in a place 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. are (x3) aren't (x2) is (x3) isn't (x2) Form: Positive There (1) There (2) Negative There (3) There (4) There is / there are a Use: To deseribe whats ina place. is a cat on my head. two cats on my bed. a cat on my head. any cats on my bed. Questions and short answers © there a cat in my hat? Yes, there (6) ‘No, there (7) @) there any cats in my hat? Yes, there (9) No, there (10) 2 ) Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. Andy: Sal: Jon: Bel Kai: Clara: Sam: Tom: Look! (1)(fhere8y/ There are a mouse in the bath. No, there (21757 isnt. i's a plastic ty. (3) There are / There's two concerts next week Yes, but there (4) isn't / aren't any tickets left (5) There's / There are a lot of noise Yes. (6) There's / There are a football match at the stadium. (7) There's / There are four supermarkets near my house. Wow! There (8) isn't / aren't one near me, a ) Complete the sentences with any or a. 1 Aethere any tables free? 2 Are there 200d restaurants near here? 3 Is there tolletin this cafe? 4 Is there table by the window? 5 Are there parks in the centre? 6 Are there ood places for young people to go? b >) Complete the short answers to the questions in Exercise 3a. No, there aren't Yes, Yes. No, No, Yes, »» Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. Je: _Do,you know (1) some /@ap)peone at this pany fest know (2) any/ some. Look! Theres mi. to: Shot wit 8) some / any fiends. Con ve tak toner? si Tho are () any / some people in ont aus, cove have to wat Do sou have (6) any some sweets? Re neyent 216) sme / any Sor ooeene wawne . 28 8 eeau ® awry et 8B & Be esaxteer ae om yor a. near oung, the plete at this ere's an we jont 5 » Look at the classroom seating plan. Complete the sentences with in front of, behind, next to, between, opposite and near. 4 Fred sits between Ed and Gill. 2 Gill sits Cary. 3 Cary sits Dave, Dave sits Hara. Hara sits Fred. Bill sits the teacher. = » Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. Mum: The food's (1}@B)/ under the table. Come and get it! But the hldrearen't (2) in /on the house. Theyre outside um: "cant see them, Are they (3) behind / over those trees there? Dad: Oh! There's John —(4) In/ between the tio big tees. Bum: Oh, yes, The other two must be sernewnre (3) near / over him. Gan you go and get them, dear? Dad: OK - but please move the dog from (6) between / under the table. I don't want him to eat everything before | get back! 7 » Complete the description with the words in the box. ‘There are two words that you don't need to use. == aren't between is(x2) isn’t in on opposite over 9 my town there (1)___are___ two cinemas (2) the centre, but there (3) any theatres. There 4} a castle on the hill (5) the river and you can see plays and concerts there in the summer. There ‘a sports stadium, but there (7) abig perk (8) my house and | play football there every Saturday. = »» Put the words in order to make sentences Enrico: anything / tonight? / to do / there / Is 1 there anything 20 do tonight? Julia: is. / Yes, / a good film / There's / at the cinema. / there Eaves: ine chee? / thre /avestarant/ Grails near die: ant / No, / a até / but / wih fod. / theres / there nico: night buses / there / ary Lal go: he to get back? due: the number 12. / Ves, / theres Eavea: ane oble. nave 7 nt / money. / any 717 Tees 7 LISTENING Listen for the main ideas 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. ideas know listen understand (x2) use word listen forthe main ideas = Don't try to (1) understand every (2) = 3) for words you (4) = 5) these words to help you © important (7) 2 BD Listen to three people, John, Sasha and Eva, talking. Write the names under the correct photos. Name: 3 @DListen again to John. What is the main idea? Choose a, b or c. I have a happy family. b_ My brother is important to me. © My brother is younger than me. 4 @DListen again to Sasha. What is the mai It's good to be sad and lonely sometimes. It's not good to chat to people. © It's good to spend some time alone, 5 GBD Listen again to Eva. What is the main idea? Choose a, b or c. I like to see my dad. b Wt’sa long trip, (© My dad lives in Calgary. lea? Choose a, b or c. 6 Now read what Eva says. Underline three phrases that help you find the correct answer to Exercise 5. My dad doesn't ive with us anymore. But | see him every second weekend and that’s great for both of us. He lives in Calgary now and it’s a long trip, by train to get there. | don’t mind that. It's always good to be with him. ‘& Decide if the people in the box are mal female or can be both. al Male [Bett brother cousin ded husband mum parent ‘sister son uncle wife Look at the family tree. Tick (7) the correct 3 Complete the sentences with family words. ‘sentences and put a cross (x) next to the My mum's sister is my aun incorrect sentences. If a sentence is incorrect, My sister's sister is my ‘write the correct answer. ‘My dad's brother is my ‘My aunt's daughter is my My dad's father is my My grandmother has only one child ~ a daughter. She's my 7 Mymum’s daughter is my = 8 My brother's father is my mother's 9 Myson’s son is my PUL |USA| | MAX | KATE | | ROBERT 4 Complete the paragraph with the words in Oasene 2 Max has two sisters. X one sister cousins husband merried 2 Kete has two brothers. Peis ag leaieone ete. 3 Lisa has two cousins. 4 Robert has one cousin, My mum is (1) matried to Ted. He's her new 5 George has two sons. Q) = My dad has a new (3) © Anna is Ben's husband. too. Her name is Julie. She has two small 7 Arthur is Lily's wife (4) and they are twins. | don't have @ & Lily is Bill's grandmother. ‘brother or (5) ___. My mum's (6) live in the flat above us and | have a lot of a who live near us. ‘Match the words (a-i) to the 7 Choose the correct ‘words (1-9) to make new words. _ options to complete Asister 9 eee the conversation. ~ 2 twin b site ‘Angle: My town is very a 3 guide © end (1Quied) / tonely D week match Theres nothing 5 city € timetable much to do at weekends, so it's a bit (2) nice / boring 6 tein f town sometimes. We don't have many places for young people to 7 cricket g city go to because it's a (3) happy / small place. B wed h guide I know what you mean. | live on a farm and sometimes | S magazine i article feel (4) noisy / lonely . No other kids live near me, but I'm aero Exercise 5 fsualy a (5) happy / small guy and | have good friends at ‘are one word? ‘Angie: Schoo''s a really good place to meet people. | don’t have a 2 guidebook (6) married / big family with lots of cousins around and it's » really (7) nice / boring to have friends. e Vaz: Yeah. Let's talk again, 8 Write the nationalities. Country Nationality Country Nationality 1 China Chinese: 6 ttaly 2 Greece 7 Spain 3 Russia 8 Poland 4 Japan 9 Brazil 5 USA 40 Kenya GRAMMAR 2 Have got | Talk about relationships and possessions 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in b>? Use the information about Kylie and Lucy the box. to write short answers to questions 1-7 in Exercise 3a. hhas (x2) hasn't (x2) have (x2) have haven't brother | sister | cousin | iong hair | pet mail a |(ee «Lv | x aa Use: To talk about relationships and possessions. tucey |v [| x | x a Form 1 No, she hasn't. Positive 2 Vyou/we/they (1) have __ got 3 - fno/she/it (2) got 4 Negative 5 Yyou/we/they (3) got 6 hhe/she/it (4) got 7 tions and short ame ee ee 4») Put the words in order to make sentences. 6) hhe/she/it got... ? Max: Yes, 117) =/ No, she (8) . 4 spusing?/ got/ you / Hove / ery ve you. gat any cousins? 2 ) Choose the correct option to complete the hes sentences. 2 haven't / | / got / any here, but / in America. / 1 | hasn't /Garambsot a pet tote / gat/ 192 2 We don't / haven't got a dog. 3. They haven't / hasn't got a cat. 4. He has / have got two cars. Max: 5 She doesn't / hasn't got blue eyes. 3. many / you / got? / How / have 6 You hasn't / haven't got many cousins. T thas / have got three sisters. 3 a ) Write questions about Kylie and Lucy. Barc Use the conect form of have got, 4 to visit / We / the money / them there. / 1 Wylie / brother? Has Kylie. got a brother? haven't got 2 Kylie / sister? 3. Lucy / brother? 4 Lucy / sister? Max: 5 they / any cousins? 5 haven't/1/ any / family / got / in America, but / 6 they / long hair? a cousin / got / I've / in Australia. 7 Lucy / a per? kylie Lucy ‘We chat online every week. Holly Maybe | can do that. 6 all / they've / sure / 'm / computers. / got ING for and give directions ‘The world (Earth) turns. Does it go ) or (7 Lucy ‘Choose the correct option to complete the Can you(@RY say me the way tothe 200? Take / Tarn the fst rit ‘Go straight on / away for about 100 metres. You can't miss / tose it How / Whore Go| get tothe town centre? Sst in round the corner. IRS on / round the let Tum left / straight . ‘3B Listen to three conversations. ‘Where do the people want to go? Match one photo (2-f) to each person. omersation 1 Gamversation 2 Pomersation 3 ‘Complete the Phrasebook with the words in ‘the box. OOH RW HE eieuse get lost_ miss ‘BD isten and check your answers. ‘Choose the correct options to complete the ‘conversations. ‘Conversation 1 to the station? Mm= The bus station or the train station? GSE The bus station, (2) excuse me / please but / 200 metres. You can't miss it (3) Please / Thanks a lot. jon 2 = Mark: (5) Excuse me / Thanks so much. ‘Conversation 3 Be (6) Excuse me / Please || think I'm lost. ‘Basius: Well, where do you want to get to? Bee Can you tell me how to get to the art museum, (7) thanks / please? about half a kilometre. Be 6S) Thank you / Excuse me “BBB Listen to and repeat eight sentences from ‘Exercise 6. Pay special attention to stress and (imtonation. (Find the answer at the bottom of the page.) (2) Thank you /Exguse mB, can you tell me the way Mm OK. Toke the first rignt and go straight on for about How do | get to the main square, (4) please / thanks ? It's just round the corner after the cinema on the left. ‘Bastes: |'m not sure, but | think it’s next to the bus station. Jum left at the next big street and keep going for “SB isten again to the conversations and check & = Ca) ‘Ask for directions (1) Excuse me, How do | (2) foear Can you tell me the (3) TG please? | think 1'm (4) Give directions Go (5) on. © left/right. m the first/second ... left/right. Its (8) the left/right. It's just round the (9) You can't (10) it. 9 Write a conversation. Ella asks for directions and Louis helps. Ella: Louls: Elk 10 Read your conversation out loud, paying special attention to the key phrases. Record yourself if you can, Do you sound OK? If not, don't worry. Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences. Then try again. Cuonsuy T asioieng om 16 WRITING Use correct punctuation 1 Complete the tips with the words and phrases in the box. apostrophes capitel_ commas exclamation marks full stops ideas nationalities question marks questions verbs REMEMBER HOW TO use correct punctuation = Use (1) _capital letters to start a sentence and for names, cities and (2) = Use (3) (at the end of sentences. = Use (4) (in ists or before new (5) : = Use (6) (for short forms of (7) ‘and possessive s. = Use(s) (atthe endof (9). = Add (10) ()) for emphasis or instructions. 2 a Rewrite the sentences with the correct punctuation. b Put the sentences (1-8) in Correct order _—_-Exetcise 2a in the correct order to ai hi remen make an email. Hi Roman, : © Rewrite the email in full below. 2 best wishes raul 3 its near a park a castle and the Prado museum 4 why dont you visit, 5 my dads got a flat here 6 theres also real madrids stadium to see 7 how are you 8 imin madrid now i 3 Rewrite the email with correct punctuation. : 4 i ) | | HiToby, ilove the luna park in istanbul there are so ‘many things to do there for young people the best thing is the big wheel you can see all of the city from the top there’s also a cool café two ice-cream places and a great pizza restaurant why don't you visit some time Love, Gemma 4 You're going to write an email to a friend about WRITE AND CHECK your favourite place to go in your town or area. Make notes. Use the Writing plan to help you Prepare. 5 Write your email. Use tips from the Remember how to box, and your Writing plan notes, to help you. Write about 50 words. Then tick (7) th in the Writ . WRITING PLAN the stages in the Writing plan. = What is it? a = Why do you like it? = What can you see/do there? 1m} Wi. Understand different ways to say ‘hello’ 3 Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. Nice to greet / @reeyou. How's you / it going? Good morning / greeting to you How are you / everything ? Hey Mrs Paula / Paula ! What's up? Hello, Mr Brown. How are we / you ? Hey Jack / Mr Jack . Don't be so sad 4 Choose the best option to comple! conversations, a, b or c. 1. Miss Jones: Good morning, children, Alisha: a Is it? 9 c 2 oO og eee S not the correct way for these people to greet b m each other. Choose and write the best way to ¢ Helo 3 v mi 5S =I mi Hey Charlie boy! Iw al ‘aout you. How it ing? Ae the 2 Roy: Hey Joe. How's It going? py revoilaieach box: Joe: a Nice to meet you. bb Hello, Mr Joe. © Not so bad. And you? Paul, this is my friend John, a Hi. Nice to meet you, John. b I'm fine, thanks. Good morning. Good morning. Hello Charles, how are you? Very well, thank you, George. How are you? 2 Decide whether these statements are true (7) et goad moraine or false (F). 4 Rav: Good evening 1 Use Ms forall adults you don’t know well. F Kall: 2 Good night. 2 Use first names for friends and strangers. Good evening to you too. 3 Say ‘Nice to meet you" EVERY time you c I'mfine. meet a person. Hello Ms King. How are you? Use formal greetings with older people. a Very well. Thank you for asking, Use ‘Good evening’ only when the sky bb Nice to meet you. is black © And you? 6 Use an informal greeting with friends. Hi Trish 7. Ask informally about somebody's health by Trish: a Good afternoon. saying ‘How's it going?” b Hey, 'm good. © Hi Laura. Good to see you again. Pome 48 Pereira atts ee A 4 Write the colours under the photos. 2 a Look at the picture. Complete the classroom words (1-10) aw A ea 34 4dr Bek owe cee ait io) aaa 10 » 's b Answer the questions. 1 Which classroom things can you put on a wall? ‘clock. 2. Which things have four legs? : 3 Which things can you open? 3 Complete the conversation with the words in the box. café canal castle flat roof station street tower Wow! its great being up here on your (t) roof Yes, I's a smal (2) . but its high up So we can see a lot ofthe town. More coffee? Yes, please. .. What's that tall (3) over there? its part ofthe old (4) | know a really nice (5) near there Do you want to go? Its on a boat on the (6) : Leo: Great, But where's the (7) {rom there? My train leaves at five. Zoe: It's OK, It’s on the next (8) ALL ABOUT ME 1 Where do you like to go in your area? 2 What's special about the place? 3 Who do you like to go there with? ‘Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. Mark: | lke (1) they /Ghem. (2) They / Them are nice. ‘Antony: But 3) them / they don’t like (4) we / us . The woman ~ 1 think 5) she / her name's Barbara — (6) her / she never says hello when 7) we / us pass her in the street. ‘Merk: Well, (8) her / his husband, Kent ~ (9) him / he is more friendly. 410) He / Him talks to (141) 1/ me when we meet. ‘Complete the questions with Who, Where, What, When or How. Where _ do you live? is your best friend? do you go to school ~ on foot, ete? is my phone? is your nationality? is your birthday? old are you? Match the questions (4-7) in Exercise 2a to the answers (a-g). In ireland, 1 Geek, B By bus. Jui. Here itis. ip March Put the words in order to make questions. your / this / pen? / Is Ee this your pen? 2 / Have / book? / my / you He OBO HURON w me? / she / looking at / Is 2 problem? / there / Is at / Is / the / lost giri? 2 3 * : . Do / answer / have / the / you / right? (Choose the correct options to answer the “geestions in Exercise 3a, a, b or c. 2 No,there isnt. bes. T> BYesitdoes. —b Yeerthores SNo.there isnt. b No. she lent Sho,there isn't. Yes, there ae Bes. trere ore. b Yessitis 3 No. Ido. b Yes, lam Yes, there is. Yes, | have, No, she doesn’t, No, there aren’t. Yes, this are. Yes, | do. Oe 1. Write the correct time under each clock. 2 Match the words (a-g) to the verbs (4-7) to make phrases. People normally. 1 go/ect ¢ a ashower/ dinner 1 _Snenty 2 brush their homework pat seem 3 have © home / to school 4 clean dup 5 get/wake fe their teeth 6 get their hair / their teeth 7 do & dressed 3 Use the pictures and the clocks to complete © Juan’s daily routine. usually (1)___ gee up at (2) seven fifteen __. Ihave a shower, brush my heir and get dressed. Then | have my breakfast. After that'| clean my teeth and pack my school bad. Then | leave home and walk to school. | (3) at (4) - U have lessons all morning. My favourite lesson is maths. 1 (6) at (6) . Then | have more classes before | (7) ata) I get home at 4 o'clock. | say hello to my family and then I do my homework. After that | have dinner. Then I watch some TV or read a book. 19) at (10) 4 Match the phrases from Exercise 3 to the pictures (1-6). 1 have a shower 4 2 5 3 6 5 Read the text in Exercise 3 again. Decide whether these sentences are true (7) or false (F). 1. Juan gets up before eight. T 2. Juan cleans his teeth after his shower. 3. He packs his bag before breakfast. 4 He says hello to his family before doing his homework. DING Find specific information ‘4 Match the sentence parts to complete the tips. Eon Sed specific information 4 Don'tread 4 2 Decide which words are important Find the important words & Read the sentences = every sentence, © with the important words first. in the information that you need. ¢ inthe text. 2 Read the text quickly and choose the best heading. 2. Free bicycles in Copenhagen b My home city © The capital of Denmark an) rs a ries iene wa TA — vg ui eee eee dh ee ole open pracea arn ai ‘and parks. In Copenhagen most people use public See en au Aaa transport or bieycles - 20% of all journeys are on EZ Clie BR bicycles. | go to school every day on my bicycle. Copenhagen also has more than 2,000 bicycles for visitors to use free in the city. There are some really ‘coo! buildings around the city. Copenhagen is also very ‘clean and safe. For example, the water in the port is so clean you can swim in it. The city has lots of swimming pools, beaches, parks and playgrounds. There is also a really cool aquarium, a 200 and lots of museums. | ove living in Copenhagen. Poa 3 Underline the key words in the questions. How many people live there? How many journeys are on bicycles? What can you do for free? Where can you swim? Does Copenhagen have many beaches? Are there lots of aquariums in Copenhagen? 4 Read the text again and answer the questions in Exercise 3. oonenr 1 _ About 1.7 million _ people live in Copenhagen. 2 ‘of joumeys are on bicycles. 3. Ride a free visitor inthe cy & Youcan swim in in the pot, n the and atthe beaches 5 Yes. thas beaches. 5 No. There's only ‘aquarium there. cr P) Find out about a city you'e interested in. Write notes about: = the weather there. = the buildings. ‘= things people like to do in their daily life. GRAMMAR 1 Present simple positive; prepositions of time Talk about when you do things 1 Complete the grammar table with the options in the box. I/you/we/they habits and routines _he/she/it genereliy-true consonant +-y -ch/-s/-sh/-x/-0 Present simple positive Use: For things that are (1) generally trae Winter is in December. For (2) We go swimming at the weekend. Form: Positive e) + verb @) + verb +s » Spelling @ +488: finish ) finishes, go? goes 6) ies: study ) studies 2 Complete the grammar table with the words and phrases in the box. deys-end-detes (mid)night, lunchtime, the weekend, 6 o'clock, ete ‘months, years, seasons, the morning, etc Propositions of time | Use and form: on+(1) days and dates in+Q) at+@) 3 > Tick (/) the verbs spelled correctly and correct the mistakes. 1 plales (—playe—] sys [| 2 does [__} 6 hates [ 3 offeres [_____) 7 bushs [| 4 copies [1] 8 relaxes [| 4 a ») Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box. celebrate finish go have meet snow stay watch 1 We celebrate Chinese New Year in the spring. 2 She often ‘a barbecue on the beach at Christmas. 3 It a lot in winter and it's really cold, 4 People at home or visit their family, for New Year. At the weekend she often to the cinema, ike to films online. School starts at 7.30 and it at 12.30. 8 He his friends in the evenings. b >? Which sentences in Exercise 4a are generally true and which are habits or routines? Generally true: Sentence 1, Habits or routines: soo 5 » Correct the mistakes in bold in these sentences. 0 on holiday at August. in. see my grandparents In Saturday. The film starts in 8 o'clock Art lessons are at the morning. The weather is too hot on the summer. The World Cup is in Qatar at 2018, eat sandwiches on lunchtime. The course starts at 28th April © » ©WDListen and put the verbs into the correct column in the table. brushes buys chooses does finishes gees meets plays wants washes e [va » Complete the conversation with the correct verbs and prepositions. Manu: What do you do at weekends? Usa: | usually (1) meet __ my friends (2) Saturday morning. Then we (3) to the shops (4) lunchtime. (5) the afternoon we (6) computer games or 7) to the park That sounds good What do you do? 18) football in the mornings. ‘Our games start (9) 40am. (10) the evening | (141) ‘my grandparents. | (12) there as well =I have my own bedroom at their house. um 8 LISTENING Use sounds to help you understand 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. decide hear help REMEMBER HOW TO use sounds to help you understand = Identify sounds. What can you (1)_hear__? = Use sounds to (2) where people are. = Use sounds to (3) with vocabulary. 2 Look at the photos and label the rooms. 1 bedroom 2 3 4 3 @LDListen to these sounds. Which room from Exercise 2 do you think each sound Is in? 1 bedroom. 2 3 4 4 @Diisten and check your answers to Exercise 3. 5 @BDListen again and answer the questions. Choose the correct answer, a, b or c. did. he Kim, Harry Jasmine Conversation 4 1 When does school start for kim? a 7.45 » 8.00 08.15 Conversation 2 2 What food doesn’t Harry like? a soup fish © salad Conversation 3 3 When can Jasmine have a TV in her room? a in 2014 b when she's 14 never Conversation 4 4. Why does Sally want Pete out of the bathroom? @ She takes too long. b She's busy. © She needs a shower. . wee }CABULARY 2 Furniture and other things in the home 1 a Use the photos to complete the sentences. 1. My grandad always falls asleep inthe armchair . 2 our has DVDs on it too. 3 There are in all of our bedrooms but not downstairs. 4 My dad uses the to ‘make our breakfast. 5. The plates are in the kitehen 6 Ihave dark to keep the light out. 7. | like cold water from the as) 8 |use my to see better when I do my homework. i 9 My CD player is ona in my bedroom, 40 I ike to relax on the big in front of the TV. 41 My clothes are in my 42 Mysister uses the alot. b Match the words (a-e) to the words (1-5) to make new words. 4 washing chair 2 book b board 3 cup © machine 4 ward 6 case 5 arm e robe Ca) 2 Complete the email with the words in the box. ‘equator midnight rain seasons shines snows warm windy winter Hi Monica, How are you? I’m well. want to tell you a little bit about my hometown and country. | live in Nairobi in Kenya. I's near the (1) equator 's0 we don't have four very different @ . There's a lot of ‘sun all year but there's also a lot of @ ‘sometimes. I's quite wet in places. The (4) 's not very cold and the sun ©. most days at some time. It's quite (6) really, Next to the sea it's quite a but it stil feels, warm. The daytime’s very hot in the autumn but at night it gets cold, At ® the temperature can be very low. It never (9) here! What's the weather like in your hometown? Best wishes, Lutlian 3. Complete the opinions with the words and phrases in the box. bored hungry tenchtime quiet ‘school year timetable I think (1) Lunchtime is ‘0 short. Its hard to work in the afternoon. I'm (2) and want my dinner. tget(3) in tworhour lessons. The library is nice and (4) to read in, My (5) fs too full. | want fewer lessons, : The(6)___fs too long: | want more holidays. 25 GRAMMAR 2 Present Talk about how often you do things 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. adverb often sometimes usually Present simple with adverbs of frequency Use: To say how often you do things. 0% never hardly ever (2) sometimes (2 2 rormally 100% always Word order (4) + main verb (go, see) David always piays football on Saturday. am/are/is/can + advert Her hair is always in a mess. 2 » Choose the best adverb to complete the sentences. Use the frequencies (eg 0%) to help you. How often do you Paul? 10% Gove) hardly ever goto bed earl. 2 10% | sometimes / hardly ever eat fish 3 80% | usually / often play tennis at the weekends 4 100% {always / usualy meet my fiends atthe weekend 5 60% | often / usualy do my homework 6 35% | sometimes / hardly ever roa books. ple with adverbs of frequency 3 >) Rewrite the sentences with the adverbs In the correct place. 1. He listens to the radio, (often) He often listens to the radia, 2 They read a book. (sometimes) 3. I take sugar in my cottee. (ainays) 4. Ruth and Frank are hungry. (often) 5. My grandmother goes for a walk in the evening. (normally) 6 Jack helps his father in the kitchen, (usually) 7 They watch TV in the afternoon. (never) 8 Christine answers her phone. (never) 4»? Put the words in order to make sentences. 41'S / Bella / always / late. Bella's always late. 2 Jack / ever / hardly / is / here. 3 often / Jack / forgets / to call, / When he's late, 4 in/ my bedroom. / her homework / Bella / usually / does 5 never / replies / Jack / my emails. / to 6 the phone. / always / Bella / is / on 7 watches / sometimes / Jack / movies / ‘on my computer. 8 normally / Bella / busy / is / the / evening. / in KING Ask for and tell the time when you travel ‘4 Write these times using the 24-hour clock. PM PM 2 PM 21:00 PM 3 PM 6 i @ PM 4 5 5D Practise saying the times. Then listen and check your pronunciation, 1D Listen to the conversation and tick (V) the time their ces, train arrives, a, b, ¢ or d. 14:05 © 15:20 14:25 16:05 ‘Complete the Phrasebook with the words in the box. Er... long next one before time 5 ©BListen and check your answers. © BD Listen again and repeat the phrases. Pay attention to intonation. Write times on the clocks below and practise saying them ‘out loud using the 24-hour clock. thirteen ten Use your clock times to write a conversation asking about train times. Pau: se, Louis: Paul: Louis: Read your conversation out loud and focus on intonation. Record yourself if you can. Do you sound OK? If not, don’t worry. Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences. Then try again. Ca) ‘Ask for and tell the time What's the time? / What (1) zime ist? What time's the nest... ? When’s the (2) * There's (3) at (think sat thirteen oh five = five past one seventeen fortyfve = quarter to six How (4) have we got @ itgoes? Make time to think Well. (6) um. 27 WRITING Use also and too 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. edd before end Pe use also and too = Use also and too to (1) _add __ another fact. = Use also after be and have in have got and 2) other verbs. = Use too at the (3) of a sentence, 2 Read Hanla’s email to Luca and answer these questions. 1 Who starts school at an earlier time, Hania or Luca? Hania 2 Who finishes school first? 3 Do they both get a lot of homework? Hi Luca, How are you? Things are the same as normal here. | usually get up at six thity because school starts at seven thirty here. You're really lucky school starts later in England, | (1) too /@ls®)get up early on a Saturday. | go to extra English lessons then. My sister has to go there (2) also / too I'm lucky schoo! finishes early here ~ you finish really late in England ©. 1 @) to0 / also get a lot of homework like you but I finish it by 3 or 4 o'clock. Then | play with my friends or my sister. What do you do at weekends? ‘Speak soon, Hania 3. Read the email again and choose too or also for 1-3. 4 Complete the email with too and also. Hi Hania, As youknow,1(1) also __ get a lot of homework. And | go to lessons after schoo! (2) The teachers in those classes (3) ‘give me homework. | don't have enough free time. | have lessons on a Saturday morning 4 Do you (6) have tests most days? What about music? Do your parents (6) make you lear an instrument? Best wishes, 5 You're going to write a description of your normal school day. Make notes. Use the Writing plan to help you prepare. WRITING PLAN ‘= What time do you get to school / have lunch / get home? = What do you do in the evening? = What do you do at the weekend? = Do you have a lot of tests and homework? Organise your things 1 Younever hand homework in on time, 2. You always lose things. 3. Your desk is untidy. She can put her books on the shelf. o Mike's English Class Report ~ Comments Section ¢ WRITE AND CHECK 6 Write your description. Then tick (v) the stages in the Writing plan. "= Use too and also in your description. = Describe general truths about your schoo! day. = Describe what you usually do. Match what Mike wants to do (a-c) to the teacher's comments (1-3). ‘a Keep things in a place you remember. b_ Organise your study space. © Make a plan or timetable, ituation. What things is she not very good at? I always forget to do my homework on time, When I do it, I get good marks. Ican never find my books in my room. I spend more time looking for my things than doing my homework. L always put things down and can't remensber where I put them, ‘Look at the picture and read the text again. What can Alice do to organise her things? G3SINVSHO LAD VOCABULARY REVIEW 4 Read the clues and complete the words in the crossword. W] Across F PT Fs fm 3. something for cleaning clothes: Fe wh _gm_ch__e ; 6 people often close these at night: mi) a fe a b é as Fe] [el la 8 somewhere to keep books: b___case F 10 a small light: | 411. you walk on this on the floor alle (its sof): pe Down 1 somewhere to keep clothes: wardobe fm 2. a comfortable seat for one person: ach 4 a comfortable seat for more than one 6 somewhere to keep food, cooking things, etc: ¢__boa person: s 7 something on the wall to put things on: s_e 5 something to keep food cold: f 9 something to make food hot:¢ 2 Read the clues and write the words. Use the 3. Complete the words or phras words in the box. 1 Our school library _ has lots of books. 2 The mains ¢ is popular with tourists festaurant shop sports centre It has lots of cafés and restaurants. swimming pool theatre 200 3. There are a lot of flights into the a every day. 4 Hove looking at the lions. __z0a 4 Thes is in the centre of town. Trains 2 My parents love watching musicals and plays. ine ard ora is in the old town, its 400 years, 4 Its really big. I's 80 metres long (and it has | ia water in it). 7 Most people go to the t 5 Mysister loves buying clothes there. _ fc tiotislercetae : 6 My favourite food is Chinese. leat tin this place. gun ee teeta cr = things you oan bay. 4 Complete Leah’s email with the words in the box. canal comer directions guide guidebook miss straight on turn Hisam, | can't wait to show you round my city. You probably have a(t) gutidebcok. but be a better @ Hore are the 3} ‘rom your hot! tthe café (4) right out of your hotel and go (5)_ until you reach the (6) On the left youl see a (7) with boats on it. On the opposite side over the bridge i the café, You can't (8) it See you soon, Leah Imagine someone is coming to your town. Say what you thin! ‘= What are the best places to visit? Why? = What's the best restaurant? Why? Pe aay 4 Complete the sentences using the pictures to help you. 1 The café's under __ the bridge. i 6 There's a castle the hill. eg Go the bridge and it's ‘There's a train station _ on the other side. the airport. The cinema's ‘There are a lot of shops museum, where I live. The park is The station's shopping centre. te stadium, ‘There are some great shops eB Thezoois rists. - the shopping centre. park and the stadium. Complete the sentences with is(n’t) or are(n't). There are _ lots of parks in my town. (7) There some shops there. (7) There __a good restaurant on the corner. (7) there a café near here? (7) rains 1 2 3 4 and 5 there any shops there? (V7) 6 7 8 0 years There many people there. (X) There cinema there, (x) There ‘some quiet places to go. (/) Decide which sentences are correct. Tick (/) the correct ones. Correct the incorrect ones. 4. Has you got any pets? 1 Have you got any pets? She's got a sister. They haven't got ary cousins, Has you got a big family? We has always got lots to talk about. John and Paul haven't got any pets. She have got a new car. ‘My grandparents has got a house in the country. 4 Complete the table with the words and phrases in the box. day lunchtime month seasons the aftemoon morning the weekend 2015 6 o'clock At date 32 1 Look at the picture. Tick (/) the things you can see. Put a cross (x) next to the things you can't see. coursebook board shelf timetable 9 exercise book 2 Match the words (ah) to the verbs (1-8) to. make school activities. a 2 3 4 pen 5 6 7 8 1 do 4 2. sports 2 write b videos 3 play © CDs 4 do d_ questions 5 listen to fe exercises 6 answer f the internet 7 goon 8 games 8 watch h essays 3. Match the school subjects (a-f) to the descriptions (1-6). 1 It’s about people and dates inthe past. b 2 We move and act like other people. 3 I about panting and making things. We read books and write stories. It’s about places around the world. We learn how to use computers, 7 d_ geography history English drama f art 3 6 4 a Complete the conversation with the words in the box. design & technology fenguages maths music PE science ‘Ade: We study Russian at school. What (2) languages do you do? English and Spanish. Spanish is quite easy forme because I'm Brazilian, We speak Portuguese ~ that's simlar to Spanish, What's your favourte subject? Well, | love sport, so it's (2) What about you? [think learning about how things are made and what makes things work s very interesting, Thats why Ike (3) best. 'm also good with numbers, So @) is another favourte Ade: I'm no good at tht, but | do like leaning about the natural werle, especialy animals. Jos Jose: You like (5) then, especially biology, right? ‘Ade: Yes, and | also play the piano, © is something else | really enjoy. Jose: Me too. | play guitar in a band. b Add two more subjects (not the ones in Exercise 4a) you study or want to study at school. 1 2 DING Understand the main ideas 4 Choose the correct option to complete the tips. EE) tenderstand the main ideas = Rood tho tox (1)GUERDY slowly B (2) ty / Dont try orvrctand every wor = Think about the (3) details / general topic 2 Read the text quickly and choose the correct text type, a, b or c. 2 an acvertisement for Room 13 art a magazine article about Room 13 © a text from a guidebook about Scotland AT WHAT AGE CAN YOU BE AW ARTIST? 4: Its 1994. Art students at Cal Primary School in the Scotish 4: Today there are 80 Room 13s all over the word, Highlands are very lucky. They've gota well-known artist, Ro’ from Nepal to South Africa. In each one, there is an Fairey, thereto help them learn, Rob wants to stay but there's _adutt artist neling the students, BUT the students no money to pay him. What do his students do? They make make their own art and run their own business. ‘money by taking and seling photos. Rob can't believe itand he Thanks to Room 13, there are thousands of very stays, but he doesnt take their money. stead, he Nelps them special young ass learn for fee 2: Fr five years Rob helps the students with their at, but not by just teaching’ them. He helps them find their own way to, create and to thnk for themselves. Does this work? Wel soon people start to buy the students’ art. The students make money and they get their own stuclo room in the school ~ Room 13, 3: Now its the year 2000. Room 13 is a full-time at studio Imagine: a successful art studio that young children own! The Managing Director is ten years ol! The students win some big prizes and there is a TV show about them. A rich man called Rod \Wright sees the show, He loves the idea and wants to help the students shar it with the est ofthe word very o What is the main idea of the text? Choose a, b, ¢ or d. 2 Artis a very important school subject. You can make money from doing art. © Young people can be great artists. ‘Real’ artists are always adults. 4 Look at the words in hold in the text. What do they mean? Choose a, b or c. A create a study colour things © make something new 2successful a something that does well b something important something new 3run a find b sell © have 5 Match the paragraphs in the text (1-4) to the headings (A-D). Cr A. Working for love not money 1 Use the internet to find out more things about B A ‘little’ Idea travels around the world Room 13. Then share them in your next English class. © Anew way of teaching art D From school project to real business ing mals. ly aly in at L GRAMMAR 1 Present simple negative, questions and short answers Use negative verbs and ask and answer questions 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. do does doesn't (x2) routines what Present simp Use: For habits, (1) routines _and things that are generally true. Form: Negative aon'y(2) + ver J don’t like Mondays. Questions 3) {does + I/ne, ete + verb Do you ike Fridays? (4) do you lke about Fridays? Short answers Yes, Ido. / Yes, he (5) No, I don’t. / No, she (6) 2 ) Choose the correct option, a, b or c. a1 like maths, a@nd db not © doesn't 2 He study hard, a doesn't b no ¢ don't 3 They learn French. ‘a doesn't b don't —c not 4 We often go on study trips. a don't b not © doesn't 5 She 0 to a typical school anot b don't —_c doesn’t 61 have a problem with this exercise, a doesn't b no © don't 7 hope you do your homework on the bus. anot b dont doesn’t 3 > Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. (a) Are /(G3)you watch videos in class? ; Yes, sometimes we (2) are / do What (2) you do do you watch? Xenia: A lot of science stuff. Mr Thomas (4) doesn't / don't only tell us things. He shows us Jan: (5) D0/ Does you think its better than learning from books? Xenia: 1(6) doesnt / dont know. But the videos are interesting. 4 a > Choose the correct question word. 1 Grey When do you ive? 2 Which / What do you have for breakfast? 3 When / What do you leave home in the mornings? 4 What / How do you go to school? 5 Who / What do you like about your school? 6 Which / Who do you spend most time with? 7 What / Where do you usually go at weekends? 8 Which / Who famous person do you most want to meet? a 2 3 4a 5 . 7 9 Who / Why do you want to meet him/her? acoog ») Match the questions (1-9) in Exercise 4a with the answers (a-i). In Bertin, 1 Orange juice and toast. To the park. My best friend. Because she has an interesting life. At 7.30. Jessie J ~ the pop singer. On foot The teachers are funry. »») Correct the mistakes in these questions. Does they often going on school trips? Do they often. ga an.schoal trips? Where she does usually spend her holidays? Does it rains alot in your country? When do he has free time? Do she goes to restaurants? What they ikes to eat? You drink coffee? Why sometimes make mistakes? >») Which questions in Exercise 5a have these short answers? Yes, 1 do. Zz Yes, it does, No, they don't. Yes, she does. >») Complete the sentences with the phrases in the box. Do you know why does your family love you doesn't send doesn't want don’t have Why doesn’t it Why don't you Yes, all of them do Butch: I'm ten years old but my family (1) doesn't send me to school and I (2) a bed in my house. | sleep on the floor I'm so sorry. But (3) a (4) They take me for long walks in the park every day. That's nice. 6) 0 to school? The school (6) me there. 2 (7) 2 You're great. @) 7 It’s because I'm a dog. WOOF! » Write complete questions and short answers. 1 John / like maths? Yes. Does Jalun like maths? Yes, he does Kate and Mary / go to the same school? Yes. Anna / study science? Yes. you / go on study trips? No. your parents / help you with your homework? No. 1 have the correct answers? Yes. Paul / ead a lot? No, LISTENING Listen for specific information 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. important information tesk TTT listen for specific information m= Read the (1) task _ carefully. ‘= Decide which words in the task are (2) = Listen carefully for this (3) 2 Look at the map and write the countries in the correct place. Englend Germany Italy Japan Mexico Russia South Africa Spain Turkey the USA England 3 Underline the key words in the questions. 1. Which countries have school uniforms? 2 Which countries do not have schoo! uniforms? 3. Which country stopped having school uniforms in 2012? 4 Which country started having school uniforms again in 2013? 4 @BDListen to what Phillipe says and tick (/) the countries that have uniforms, put a cross (x) next to the countries that don't have uniforms and put a question mark (2) next to the country he doesn’t know about. 1. Spain x 6 South Africa 2 England 7 Mexico 3. Japan 8 the USA 4 Germany 9 Turkey 5 Italy 10 Russia 5 Answer questions 3 and 4 in Exercise 3. Listen again if you need to. | se feet | om | ot [re [em | oe | ot | ue [A] age 100 Nw ND Ain sone mero a -ABULARY 2 Clothes and accessories s[t]u[e[n s[k[s[ula zleft [ale vit frp elolalr|t clolriala Porte H[K[M|T[w z[sle[ult R[slelult 2 Decide which things people usually wear on the top half of their body (7), the bottom half of their body (B) or both (TB). jeans B hoody jumper Gress trousers tracksuit shorts 3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. beg dress earrings gloves trainers A backpack is a type of bag are a type of jewellery. You wear on your hands, You wear shoes for school and for sport. A Is like a skirt and a top in one. 2 Complete the clothes and accessories words (1-9) and find them in the word search. Match the photos (a-i) to the words (1-9). Word Photo BELT a T J R Sk Coron eeNne J SH c G J Ric CT 4 Complete the paragraph with the words in the box. amazing breaks earrings rules stripes stuff track typical uniform typical school is yellow trousers and I don't go to a (1) ur schoo! (2) 2 purple shirt. Our tie has red and orange (3) The only jewellery we can wear is (4) Do you have many (5) about what you can wear? We have a great running (6) We have three (7) cach day. The new school theatre is (8) It got all the latest technological (9) for sound and lighting. between lessons GRAMMAR 2 Possessive ’s, whose and possessive pronouns ‘Talk about possessions and relationships 1 Complete the grammar table for using possessive ‘s and whose with the words in the box. noun plural question relationships 4 »> Which tence, a or b, needs an apostrophe (’)? Write the word and put the apostrophe in the correct place. 1 a My parents have a house near the sea. b @yparents house is very o> © —_ parents’ Possessive § and whose Use: To talk about possessions or (1) relationships . Form: \@ +8 The coat belongs to Bill. — It’s Bill's (coat). Bill is the Son of Mr Jones. — Bill is Mr Jones's son. regular (3) noun +s" Some gis bags are on the desk. Questions Whose + noun + (4) _ Whose phone is this? 2 Complete the table with possessive pronouns. Possessive pronouns: Use: In place of a possessive adjective (my, your) + noun. Form: ts my hat. = Its mine, Theyre her cats. + Theyre hers. Possessive _| Possessive adjectives pronouns my (1) mine your 2 his/her our Ha) their 6). 3 a ) Make questions with Whose and this/ these. books — Whose books are these? _ backpack scart hat trainers earrings tie loves ») In Exercise 3a, objects 4, 3, 5 and 7 belong to Matt. Objects 2, 4, 6 and 8 belong to Mary. Write answers to the questions in 3a. 1 They're Mates. v @VoODRENK OOM aON a Mytwo daughters Tove pets. b_ Mytwo daughters names are Kim and Kara, 3 a My favourite cousins name is Tom, b_ My other cousins are called Hal and Ray. 4 a Ourneighbours dog makes a lot of noise. b_ Qur neighbours don’t like our dog. 5 a My favourite teams colours are black and yellow. b. [like other teams too. 6 a The students haven't got a changing room. The schoo! is building a students changing room. >» Complete the conversation with the words in the box. dad's hers mine mum's parents’ people's sister's Graig: Your dress looks great, Sue. Sue: Thanks, but it’s not actually (1) _ Graig: Whose is it? Is it your older (2) 2 Sue: No, it's my (3) «She's the same size as me. Craig: sit really (4) 2 Do you often wear her things? ‘Sue: Oh, yes. Sometimes | wear my ) jumpers too. Graig: | never wear other (6) clothes. My(7)________ things are too big for me. >>) Write questions and answers. Use possessive 's or possessive pronouns in the answers. 4. earrings? Juanita Whase earrings are these? They/re Juanita's. 2 shorts? my 3 hoody? Mario 4 top her eam 5 cat their 6 trainers Kim (AKING Describe people 2 Complete the Phrasebook with the words in ST the box. Desi Blond glasses Greek green piano wavy Hes/She's (1) Greek _ /tali/old/young, Describe hair and eyes ippearance and nationality 2 @BD Listen and check your answers. 3 GBD Listen to the conversation and tick (Vv) He’s/She’s got Be correct Inforsastion. 2) /0y/ark/black/brown hai. iam [Noel (colour) ‘all v short/long/straight/(3) ha. blond hair al (type/stye) ‘brown hair blue/brown/(4) eyes. basketball Describe clothes and activities piano He/She wears (5) black clothes. jokes pees ___| |_|} plays the (6) black clothes gasses 2 Complete the sentences about Liam. He's (1) _ tall _ and he's (2) brown hair. He (3) basketball and 4) jokes. His (5) name 's Noel and he's (6) blond hair. He 7) glasses and black clothes. b Write a description of Noel. 5 Read the information about Amber and choose the correct option to complete the sentences. 1 ‘She's long, brown hac. ‘She 7 She's plays the guitar. Shes / Shes got 13. She's / She always wears T-shirts. ‘She's got / has green eyes. She / Shes Polish OURON 7 Read your description out loud. Record yourself if you can. Do you sound OK? If not, don’t worry. Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences. Then try again. WRITING Use and, or and but 1 Complete the tips with and, or or but. use and, or and but ™ Use (1) and to add another similar idea. Use (2) _ to add a choice, = Use (3) to add a different idea. = Inallist, ang/(4) _ usually comes before the last word or phrase. 2 Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. It’s raining, (1) or /Gudwe can still go to a museum. Do you prefer the natural history (2) or / but the science museum? Let's go to the history one first (3) but / and then the other one. Jackie: Good idea. I's got a good café (4) or / and we can eat something there first. '™m hungry. ‘Arist Right. Do you want to take a taxi, the train (5) but / or the bus? Jackie: A tax’s better, (6) and / but i's expensive. ‘aris: Don’t worry. I'l pay. 3 Read the questionnaire and answer the question. The questionnaire is about ... A music. B homework. © the intemet. HOMEWORK +4 Where do you do your homework - in your bedroom, in another room (1) or at school? | 2 Do you do your homework (2) ___ listen to music atthe sane tie — never somes (9) a ich is usually true for you-A,B (4) oe the ene or fn) dot eto ep with my homework, B tse the nent for fn, Lak my mum (6) ___ dad to help me with my homework. do my homework on my own, (7) ‘use the internet for help. 4 Do you prefer to do your weekend homework on Friday evening, ‘Saturday (@)___ Sunday? 4 Complete the questionnaire with and, or or but. 5 Answer the four questions in the questionnaire for you. Then explain your answers here. © Your school wants you to write a questionnaire WRITE AND CHECK 7 Write your questionnaire. Give different answer options (A, B or C) for each question and use and, but and or. Write about six questions. Then tick (/) the stages in the Writing plar about how people spend their weekends. Make notes. Use the Writing plan to help you prepare. WRITING PLAN Ask about ® what activities people do. oO = when they do them. oO = who they do them with, go Understand your learning style Match the learning styles to the examples. Write A for auditory, Vfor visual and K for kinaesthetic. 4 can't understand well when I just hear things. it much easier when | look at a video or see a real person speaking. V [ike to help my dad fix his car. Is good to see how things work My best English marks are in listening. | listen to a lot of English music {and maybe that helps me, 4 The coursebook we use in science is good because it has lots of pictures and that helps me remember stuff, 5 | don’t remember words on the page very well. If| can listen to someone reading them, it’s better for me. © Our PE teacher tries to explain how to play. He draws pictures on the board, but | understand better when we go outside and practise. Read about Danny. We have to do a lot of history, but it doesn't really interest me. The teacher Just talks and makes us write things down from the board. He doesn’t show us any videos or take us to see old places on study trips. We just learn ates and read pages and pages about things that happened a long time 2g0. | can't remember all this stuff. | might not pass my exam. ‘Think of three things Danny's history teacher can do to help him earn better. won —— ATASUNOA MON OO a al aay 41 Match the opposites. 1 quiet d @ summer 2. bored b organised 3 inamess © cool 4 warm 4 noisy 5 winter e wife 6 husband f interested 2 Write the answers using the words in the box. There are two words you don’t need, belt gloves hat jacket scarf shorts skit socks sunglasses tie 1. You use them to keep your hands warm. 2. You wear it on your head. 3. You put them on your feet. 4 You put it around your neck to keep warm 5 6 7 8 ‘You wear them over your eyes. You can wear it to hold up your trousers. You wear it over a shirt and jumper, Its often part of a gir'’s uniform, but not a boy's. 3 Choose the correct options to complete the text. Well, | wake (1) out /@at 7.00. | get (2) out / up at 7.15 and (3) have / do a shower. Then | (4) make / get dressed, (5) have / do breakfast, (6) make / clean my teeth, (7) pack / go my bag and (8) go / get the bus to school. | usually (9) make / do my homework on the bus with friends. 4 Complete the text with the correct family words. My aunt is my mother’s (1) _ sister and her brother is my (2) = He has three @) with his (4) ___and they'te my (5) ___. One of them is Olga and she’s (6) to Igor. Their youngest (7) is Petr and he has the same name as my (8) the father of my dad. We're a big family. 5 Match the subjects (a-h) to their icons (1-8). 6 Complete the words for the buildings. 1 b a art A LIBRARY 5S HOL d pF nistony 2ST_DILM 6 _T_TILN 3 © maths 3A PT 7M _S_oM science drama 1 PE ©000000 7 & geography a) ag ee 1 Which is your favourite season? 2 What clothes do you mostly wear in that season? 3 What nice things do you do in that season? 4 a Complete the questions with Whose, Who is or Who has. Questions Answers Whose _ coat is this? Adam's your best friend? Adam. got my pen? family has a pet? that noisy boy? house is that there? a bicycle? book is that? OVanRwKE b Write the answers for the questions in Exercise 1a. Use Adam or Adam's. 2 Match the % (a-g) to the adverbs of frequency (1-7). 4 normally 4 a 85% 2 often b 0% 3 never © 100% 4 hardly ever d 60% 5 always e 5% sometimes f 85% 7 usually & 30% 3 Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. Teacher: Where's (1) yours /GoaDhomework, Joc? Joe: I'm sory. (2) haven't / hasn't got (3) mine / my homework. Maybe it’s (4) in / at home or maybe my sister (5) have / has got it. We (6) do / does our homework on the same desk and my exercise book may be in (7) hers / her bag. | can (8) ask / asks her in the break. Teacher: OK. (9) What is / Which is your (10) sisters / sister's name? Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. She usually play /@laBchess on Saturdays. She likes / is likes T-shirts with stripes. She isn't / doesn't have long hai. There is / are two boys. One boy wears / does wears glasses. Are they / there happy? 2 3 2 Ties fA Ty VOCABULARY 1 Talk about activities L 1 Label the photos with the words in the box. goon the internet _go shopping Hister-tomusie meet friends play the piano play video games ride a bike watch television ” Nee 4. listen to music i 2 Complet ONY BD OOD 0f © i 6° sentences with phrases from Exercise 1. 1 Colin loves to listen to music 5 Caroline is learning to on his headphones. but she's finding it dificult. 2 When the weather's good, we 6 Vike to at weekends. I look in the park after school. for funny videos and check my favourite sites. 3 When the weather is bad, I stay in 7 They ata café and ‘ike comedies. jn the city centre after school. 4 Hove to for clothes. Syne ey ems one is Wii Let's Dance. 3 Find the verbs in the word snake and then match them to their opposites (1-10). otttalkty ge 60Me e ° arrive % f° "yen o€oOo™ Fetstanar® 1 stayin ga out 6 listen to 2 start 7 puton 3 laugh 8 sit 4 go 9 send 5 open 10 leave 4 Choose the correct verbs to complete the sentences. 1 It's dificult toG@IRBD/ listen to people in English, but | ke to@ten BD / talk to English conversations to Team new words. 2 When you go to a concert, i's @ good idea to arrive / leave early to be near the front. Some people prefer to stay near the back to be the frst to leave / arrive 3 When Its cold outside, | prefer to stay n / go out and watch a DVD. In the summer | prefer to g0 out / stay in and play outdoors. 4 | get / send lots of messages from my friends, but | don't send / get many to them. 5 In the morning | put on / take off my pyjamas before having a shower. Before | go to bed \ take off / put on my clothes. 6 When you go to a concert, you usually have to pay more to sit / stand , but I prefer to stand / sit 0 1 can dance. DING Understand the order of messages 4 Complete the tips with the words in the box. correct dates message top Erk stand the order of messages = Read the message at the (1) __fep__ . Is it the first message? Look for the first (2) Use (3) and/or times to help you. = Read the messages in the (4) order. 2 Look at the list of things to read. Tick (V) three you can add messages to. 4 blogs Y 3 books 5 magazines 7 internet forums a 2 newspapers 4 comics 6 text messages 5S 3 Tick (V) the topic of the review in Exercise 4a. 2 afiim D ablog © music 4 2 Read the review and the comments. Number the comments (A-F) in the correct order (1-6). Review of Twilight by Sophie Carter The books are by Stephenie Meyer. They are about a normal girl - Bella Swan. In the film Kristen Stewart is Bella and she falls in love with Edward Cullen ~ a ‘vampire. The actor Robert Pattinson plays Edward. The film is a love story and a fantasy film. Stewart and Pattinson are really good. The film has beautiful images ‘and the music creates a really cool atmosphere. Many people enjoy the film because it contains romance, action, fantasy and comedy. 1 look sites. A Sophie C D Simon ItStrue you cart aways please everyone, Ie rue: you can’t please all the ‘a ‘Angel - and your brother's one of them, people all the time, Sophie! Like B Alan ‘Ange!’ brother, Im not a vampire Like you, Simon, I'm not a Twilight fan, but fan and | don’t like Twilight. But ... | like your review, Sophie makes me want to see the film. Sophie @ kto PS My favourite's The Hunger Games: Angel Catching Fire, Sophie. © Hove the Twilight films, but | don't think everyone Sophie C ‘enjoys them. My brother hates the love story between Thank you, Simon. Tell me one of your Bella Swan and Edward Cullen. 1 favourite films so I can review it. !love films F Sophie G and want to write another review soon, Thank you, Alan! I'm watching your film tonight. © b Now write the times of the comments. eT) je | ‘Comment A: a 10:00 Se rnment B: D 10:08 Look for an online film forum. Comment C: © 10:10 = Find a discussion about a film ‘Comment D: d 10:15 yyou know. Comment E: 10:00 e@ 10:20 ‘= Read the opinions. Which ones ‘Comment F: F 10:25 do you agree/disagree with? 5 Read the review and comments again and answer these questions. 1 Who wrote the review? 2 How many people commented on the review? 3 Why does Sophie want to write another review? GRAMMAR 1 Present continuous Talk about what's happening now and future arrangements 1 Complete the grammar table with the words and phrases in the box. around now at 10.30 future new right now Present continuous Use: For things in progress (1) _ a) Form: Positive bbe (I'm/youre, etc) + verb + ing: 'm doing my homework, Negative bbe + not (I'm not/you aren't, ete) + verb + ing: She Isn't doing her homework. Questions be + you, ete + verb +-ing: Are you doing your homework? Short answers Yes, | am. / Yes, she is. No, I'm not. / No, she isn't. Time expressions: at the moment, (3) now Present continuous for the future Use: For arrangements at specific times in the (4) |lam visiting Europe this summer. Time expressions: later, (5) next weekend _ or (2) 2 Complete the grammar table with the correct form of the verb be or |, you, etc. Positive Subject Be Verb + «ing 1 (1) am ('m) doing my homework. He/She is (3) sitting __[ona chai We/You/They | (2) ( ) [raving [a party. Negative Subject Be + not Verb + ing i am not (im not) going to the cinema He/She is not (isn't) playing __[ tennis. They/we — |(3)_ ( } [teaming | French. Questions Be Subject [Verb + -ing Is 4) [mecting | you tater? ‘Short answers: Yes, she (5) No, she isn’t 3 Read the sentences and choose the use of the present continuous, a or b. 1 I'm listening to music. a b around now 2 I'm watching a film tonight. a happening now b inthe future 3 I'm visiting all the tourist attractions in London next week. @ around now b inthe future 4 I'm not telling you the answer. a happening now b around now 5 I'm reading a really good book. ‘a happening now b_ around now 6 I'm not seeing my friends later. a happening now bin the future 4 ) Complete the sentences with the correct present continuous form of the verbs in brackets. 1 | ‘mt leaving (leave) schoo! early this afternoon. 2 Ben “(wath a film. 3 The intemet (not work) today. 4 Sandra Git) next to Davia. 51 (not feel) very well 6 We {g0) to the 200 tomorrow. 7 Matt (G0) to the party? 8 \ {ait)in the right place? 5 » Choose the correct options to complete the text messagi | Hi Rachel, what are you doing (1)(@00 / around now 2 Hi John, "im (2) studying / study in my room. What are you doing? * rm (3) mot studying / not study today because I'm getting ready to go out Where (4) are you going / you are going ? What (6) Is / are you doing? | We (7). / re naving milkshakes inthe American gine, Do you want to jin us? Put the words in order to make sentences. 7 »»? Make positive (+) and negative (-) 4 smiling? / Jill / Why's sentences and questions (2). Use the present Why's Jul smiling? — continuous form. 2 tomorrow? / you /Teaving / Are 1. We / go / to the cinema later - + We're going to the cinema later. _ anywhere? / Are/ you / going = We aren’é going to the cinema later. - . 2 Are we going 20 the cinema later? 4 laughing. / ere / children / The 2. He / go / to the party a S Matt / newspaper. / the /'s / reading - — © coming / mother /'s / your / When / home? 3. She / ary 7 party / Who / going / tomorrow? / 's / to / the s - = me? / you / waiting / Are / for 4 They / play / computer games 2 5 They / listen / to music a a7 LISTENING Identify the type of audio 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. information sounds speeking Pn identify the type of audio Think about who's (1) speaking = Think about the (2) in the audio. Who's itor? = Listen for (3) 1 2 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. ‘announcement audio tour conversation talk 1 There's going to be a(n) annauncement . Let's hope the train isn't late, 2 It’s rude to listen to other people's s. 3 There's a(n) you can listen to when you go round the museum, 4 There's a(n) from the head teacher on how to prepare for the test. 3 GD Listen to the four soundscapes and write the type of audio from Exercise 2 for each one. 1 announcement 2 3 a 4 @XDListen to four more soundscapes. Where does each one take place? eafé museum school train 1 café 2 3 4 5 GBD Listen again to the soundscapes from Exercise 4 and answer the questions about them. ‘Soundscape 1: What do the customers want to drink? iced caffee and arange juice ‘Soundscape 2: What's the problem at the station? ‘Soundscape 3: When should students arrive? ‘Soundscape 4: What are the paintings of? 6 Tick (/) the tips in the Remember how to box that helped you with exercises 4 and 5. "ABULARY 2 Places in public buildings = Complete the words for ten places in pul and then find the words in the word search. Order a hot drink at the c of fe e shop. The way in is the e 5 The first floor in the USA is called the g floorin > A the UK. Ask questions at the n desk. Take the | Up to the top floor ~ i's fast. ian Go down from the second to the f floor. There are different t 's for men and for women R don't use the wrong one! S Buy a present for your best friend at the g shop. Pay the cost of entry at the t office. is Walk up the s sto get from the ground tothe fth [GT s Y zlelzl>[- ola|alel> >[nlolal-lalale -|<[[=/=[N[eo[mlo o|=|>lelel[-|=zlele floor. z\mlolz|=|=|a/2[—[ala[N o[alo[m[mlz|m|~|-|>| =] m[n|2||mlo|2|>[o|=|=|m @lo|nlelel-|e|alelo 9|2|>fofofol— ml< 2 Complete the shopping centre customer announcement with the places from Exercise 1. Wetcome to Southwood Shopping Centre, We hope you enjoy shopping with us. To buy E presents for your frends and fami, visit our (1) gift shap_on the (2) near the main entrance. Are you tited? We have a (3) con the (4) = relax nd have a drink! You can gat there in the (5) ‘or go up the (6) Why not visit the Southwood cinema complex? The (7) to get inis on the High Street and you can buy your tickets just inside at the (6) There are @ (on every floor and some in the cinema as well. You can get a map and, ‘more details from the (10) (on the ground floor. Complete the definitions with the words in the box. ‘announcement event exhibition park playground tour truth umbrella ‘something that is always correct - the _ ruth. ‘something said to give information for everyone to hear ~ a(n) when a museum or gallery shows special paintings or photos, etc for the public to see — a(n) when something unusual or important, eg a concert, happens ~ a(n) to drive a car into a space off the road ~ something to protect you from the rain ~ a(n) somewhere outside where young children have fun ~ a(n) a trip around an interesting place ~ a(n) ‘Complete the conversation with the words and phrases in the box. festival hip hop _feoking forward-to performer social networking VON RWKH Lisa: Hi Tim! I'm really (1) looking forward to seeing you this weekend. Tim: Me too! What are we doing? Lisa: There's an outdoor music (2) that sounds quite good. Tim: Brilliant! Where did you hear about it? Usa: Some of the students at my college posted about it on our (3) site. If can get tickets, shall we go? Tim: Yeah, that sounds great. Who's the main (4) Usa: JayZ Tim: Awesome! I love (5) music. GRAMMAR 2 Present continuous and present simple Talk about how often you do things 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. always around now generally true habits progress-now this week resent continuous and present simple Use: Present continuous: For things in (1). progress now or (2) Present simple: For (3) = foutines and things that are (4) Time expressions: Present continuous: (5) at the moment, today, now Present simple: usually, sometimes, never, (6) etc 2 Complete the table with the time expressions. always atthe-moment hardly ever later most of the time never now often sometimes this week today usually Present simple Present continuous at the moment 3) Match the uses for the tenses (a-f) to the sentences (1-6). 1 1usually eat toast for breakfast. b 2. for things in progress now 2 | get up, have a shower and eat my breakfast. b for habits 3. I'm working on my essay at the moment. for things in progress around now 4. I'm reading a really good book. d_ for plans at specific times in the future 5 I'm meeting Paul at the shopping centre this efor routines afternoon. f for things that are generally true 6 Most people leave school at 18. 4 »» Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. 1 Do they come tonight? 2. Whats he dong / does she do her toy? 3 mot going not go long. 4 What do thy have (are they having for unch usualy? 5 What are you doing / do you do at the moment? 8 Ishe going Doos he go there often? 7 They re working / work late tonight. 8 Do you drink / Are you drinking coffee a lot? 5 a >») Complete each sentence using the present simple or the present continuous. Are you _coming {come} tonight? (work) right now. z- a b c (go) to Patis a lot. d They {eat} Italian food every day. e they usually (work) late? (el (not drink) it very often. g Anya (sleep) now. hh They (not come) to the party later. b ») Match the sentences (a-h) in Exercise 5a to the sentences (1-8) in Exercise 4. 1h 3 5 7 2 4 6 8 |AKING Ask for information: & People often ne to ask for information when they are in another country on holiday. Think of some examples of ‘things they ask about and write them below. ask where a place they want to visit is 2 ©Disten to the conversation. Put these things in the order (1-3) Roberto asks about them. toilets closing times. ‘a coffee shop 3 Complete the Phrasebook with the words in the box. ask cost get help question time welcome where's 4 GBD Listen to the phrases and check your answers for Exercise 3. S GBD Listen again and repeat the phrases, paying attention to intonation. © 2 You're on holiday in a big city and need to find out some information. Write a conversation with a person at the tourist office that includes at least six phrases from the Phrasebook. Think about: = what things you like to do on a city holiday. ‘= what you might need to find out, eg times/location, prices, b Ifyou can, record yourself asking the questions in your conversation. Then play the questions back and say the answers from your conversation. Ca) Information questions (1)_ Where's the ... museum/stadium? How much does it (2) 2 When does it open/close? What (3) does it open/close? How do we (4) there? Polite questions /phrases and answers Excuse me. Do you speak English? Can | ask a (5) 2 Yes, of course, Sorry, | have another question. Can | (6) something else? Thank you for your (7) You're (8) WRITING Use headings 4. Choose the correct options to complete the tips. Pn use headings ‘= Use (1) a main heading / other headings to say ‘what the text is about. = Use (2) a main heading / other headings to help the reader find specific information. 2 Look at the notice and answer the questions. What's happening? @___winter fair 2 What day is it happening on? 3. What can you eat? 4 How much does it cost? ; ee Fade» 2 Come and eat warm food, be entertained and join in the fun! x ‘When? Prices Sunday 8th December, 12-4pm_ Entrance for children is free and ee 812 for anyone 16 or over, oF Clissold Community Centre, $10 online in advance. Church Street Information: Food: For more information go to ‘Homemade food in the school hall Www.clissoldcommunity.org, from 6-10pm the Clissold Community oo Entertainment: Clissold Schoo! band is Conk oe he performing. There is a fancy- dresa competition for both adults 2 and children with lots of prizes. S 3 Match the correct information (a-f) to the headings (1-6). Contact details a Food and drink Price Special offer Date and time What to wear Phone Amy (07666 686 444) or Jessica (07998 334 556) for more information. ‘Come in your normal clothes or wear fancy dress. Tickets cost £12 on the day. Have hotdogs or popcorn with a choice of cola, juice, tea or coffee. Doors open at 5.30pm, on Sunday 8th December. Book online before Saturday 30th November and get the second adult ticket half price. seacce ouRONE & Imagine you're organising a party to make WRITE AND CHECK money for your school. You're going to write a notice with information about the party. Make notes. Use the Writing plan to help you prepare. WRITING PLAN 5 Write your school party notice using the tips in the Remember how to box in Exercise 1 and your notes. Then tick (¥) the stages in the Writing plan. Think about: = a theme for the party, eg 80s Music Night. [] ‘= the information people need to come to the party. o s the headings you can use for your notice. Lee | Find ideas and information Read about Andrea's situation. What's the problem? | Help! Can anyone help me? I'm on a shopping trip Jn London, My grandparents live here so | come to Londen often, but | don't know where to go or what to do. There's a group of French students staying with me and they think | know what I'm doing. & What's the best museum to see? Where can | buy good souvenirs? Where are the best clothes shops? We're in a coffee shop and I've got about 20 minutes to make a ‘suggestion before they think I'm an idiot! @ Help! Make a list of places where Andrea can find ideas and get information on things to do tomorrow. Write a response to Andrea's post. Say where she can look for ideas and the information she needs. ONIYINIHL 139 7 CTO e aU ale Complete the sentences with the words in the box. airport castle coffee shop library lift museum shopping centre square stadium station 4 There's a large square _ inthe centre with lots of cafés and bars. 2 need to go to the | want to find a book on castles in this area. 3 They're building @ new ‘or my favourite football team: Tottenham. 4 Let's go by train because the is very near to the centre of town - It's easy to get to. 5 When we arrive, let's go straight to the to buy some presents. 6 The has a briliant dinosaur display! 7 The is on a hill n the old town. I's about 400 years old. 8 The is a long way out. When you fly here, you need to take a train to the centre, 9 The is out of order again - its always broken. Let's take the stair. 10 Hove this - You get the best chocolate milkshakes in town. 2 Read the clues then complete the words. 1. use this to clean the floor:vacuum cleaner 7 heepyourbooksonthis:b _¢ _e 2 keep things in this: ¢ rd 8 walk on this:¢__p : 3 play with these: t___s 9 keep your clothes in this:w de 4 sit on this with other people: s__a 10 clean your clothes in this: 5 siton this on your own: a__¢ peo aac eed 6 keep food cold inthis:f_ "ge 5 3. Match the sentence endings (a-h) to the sentence beginnings (1-8). 2 1. Ihave to take my trainers to school today in our history lesson. - because g bike problems with only one correct solution 3 2 At school gitis can wear trousers but I'm wearing a crown in the next show because * 3. My favourite subject is maths because i'm the king! s 4 It’s getting really cold so d_ I need my gloves and hat! eo 5 Its very hot this summer s0 € I wear shorts every day. i. 6 Were learning about clothes from the past 1 they can also wear dresses or skits 7 We wear lots of diferent costumes in our drama g_we're doing PE. s lesson; 1h Igo on the geography school trip with my class. 8 I'm taking a backpack when 4 Read about Peter's day. The underlined phrases are correct sentences. (1) gethome _ start schoal__at 8 o'clock so | have to (2) brush my halt at 6.30. 'm always really hungry so | (3) get dressed first and then (4) start school and (5) do my homework aftenvards. | usually Just wear jeans and a Tshirt, but | always (6) have lunch to look smart. | (7) go swimming to school. | sometimes (8) have a shower with my friends in a café near my school. | (9) get up at 4 o'clock and (10) have my breakfast before watching TV and surfing the internet. Sometimes | (11) ride my bike ‘at the pool in the evening. | go to bed at about 9 o'clock. the wrong sentences. Put them in the @voueuw ne me 1 Where do you most like to spend your time? Why? 2 What do you have to take to school tomorrow? 3 What's your daily routine? e4OURUNKD se 188. GRAMMAR REVIEW Look at the map of the town. Complete the sentences (1-8) with the prepositions in the box. PP cesses [Et(x3) between in in front near (x2) next to (x2) on x3) 4 I'mhaving lunch at the café__in_ the park the weekend. 2 | lve in apartment B ‘AandC, 3 Sally's meeting Chris in the car park ___ of the station. 4 Igotothe gym __the comer Sundays. 5 We're going to the restaurant the river 7 o'clock. 6 I'm meeting my friends in the shopping centre ‘the supermarket, 7 | love the market the station and the river. 'm going there the 6th. 8 We're going to the cinema Easter. It's the new one the train station. Complete the sentences with the words in the box. Jaivays at 6 o'clock later never next weekend often rarely sometimes \'m sometimes late for school ~ maybe once or twice a week. |_____wisit my grandma with my parents on Saturday mornings ~ | never do anything different. ne 31 watch football on television in the evenings, maybe once every two weeks. 41 walk to schoo! with my friends, probably four times a week, 51 have fish for breakfast because | hate it! 6 I'm playing tennis this evening, but I'm not sure when. 7 The film starts _ _. Look at the time! We only have ten minutes to get there. 8 My parents are wor 0 | have the house to myself for two days then ~ hurray! Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. Vanessa isn't English, (Gin m thinking she's st toon ens feng / mes note waa Laura isn’t at home right now. She 's shopping / shops in town. Io /"m ting London atthe momento trove my Engioh | Usa vem lnng in Mert win my fam. | have / 'm having lunch in the student canteen every day. I's vaning/ rane row, so lets go out whan stops, tren" ring twit BVOORUNE VOCABULARY 1 Talk about food and drink 1 Read the clues and complete the food words then find them in the word search. 1. ananimal that swims in the sea f is k 2a usually hot drink andl a drink made from fruit Ajy ie {i {uti tele t_ andj sfolalrli[s|n[R 3 an omens pete of mest anda piece of meat usualy putbetween bead Tet sls tolul pel | 4 You can eat or drink this and have it hot or cold. AlH|T/o|M/E/E|c s_ Plulalolelalsle 5 It comes from a chicken. e E[R[elulRiele[R 6 Theyte made from milk s{tlelal«|tlela yh _andc ie T_ It. famous italian food (but it's not flat bread pa 8 a ype of smal, round purple or green frit g_ 9. a type of grass seed (sounds like ‘nice”) 2 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. biscuit bread butter green meat potato sugar vegetable yellow Chips are made from _ potato Onions are a type of Bread and ‘always go together. A saladis very healthy. Coffee tastes better with a spoonful of Everyone knows bananas are Chocolate ___s are my favourite snack. Put meat and salad between to make a sandwich. Chicken is a type of white 3 Tick (/) the ‘usual’ meals and put a cross (x) next to the ones that ‘sound ‘wrong’. 1. vegetable soup v 2 potatoes and cake 3 chicken curry 4 ice cream and onion 4 Complete the text with the words in the box. OayomRene burger and chips carrot and chocolate butter and milk tomato and cheese salad exoa eke carrot cola juice sweet Usually we can't take unhealthy food into school, but when it's your birthday, you can take ina (1) cake or some (2)____’s forall the kids in your class. We can’t take fizzy drinks like (3) ____, but that's OK. There are lots of tasty fruit @ 's which are better for you. My favourite is made of apples, oranges and ©) . make it at home. 5 a Choose the correct option to complete the sentence: 1s a€@maiDy yogurt lt or vegetable? ovate oe aan ainesher via aeaecinneeer unt eanst vane cor ts fee iors al ee nome eed amnerere Doyou ta Sark orate choca sa? No Ony sug, ' s to the answers (a-g). ike steak. 3 Do it under water. Do you want rice / banana with your fish? For about ten minutes. How long do you cook ice cream / pasta ? | don't eat sweet things. Soonene |ADING Identify who a text is for decide identify look underline ientify who a tet is for = Read the first few lines and (3) [m|m]o[m|m[xlo Nouneonr TEE Te a type of curry. The word ‘curry’ comes from prices are good. gE b 5a 4 Text 1 Is for 2 Text 2's for 3 Text 3 is for people who want to a cook. b go to a good restaurant. 4 Complete the tips with the words in the box. a students, © cooks. > experts, 6 a anybody. © parents. b a fiend. d. tourists. Ee = (1) Identify the type of text. Read the titles. What does it look tke? (2) at the photos and the pictures. important words. = (4) who the readers are (teenagers/adults/experts). 2 Look at the extracts. Who is each extract for? Write parents, students, teachers or anybody. Underline the important words that help you find the answer. Cook the rice for 20 minutes in hot water. Then it's ready to eat. anybody Please make sure that your child brings a healthy packed lunch every day. You cannot eat in class. You can drink mineral water or juice, but not fizzy drinks. Talk with a partner about your favourite food. Do you know how to cook it? Please tell your class about the new times for school lunches. Ben's hungry. He wants something to eat. Tick (¥) the healthiest meal for Ben. Vegetable soup is easy to make and you can use any kind of vegetable. 3 Match the types of text (a-c) to the texts (1-3). 1 part of a cookery book 2 btext message 3 © information about a food BRICK LANE FOOD Hi Hari 'm in Brick Lane with my mum, The street ‘market is fantastic, There are so many interesting things to see, We're eating Trinidadian food. Wow — its ‘great! I've got a huge plate of meat and vegetables in front of me and its so cheap! Got to go now. @ Trinidad smoked jerk chicken ‘This is a wonderful dish for the summer. You prepare the chicken with herbs and lemon and leave it for two days in the fridge, Then you cook the chicken on a barbecue. Here's exactly how you do it: 4 Read the texts again. Who are they for? Choose the PRET @) correct answer, a, b, ¢ or d. Do an internet search for curry. "= Find three things people usually put in ‘a curry, eg salt. f= Is there a curry restaurant near to where you live? Find out. What do people eat with curry? visit Tinidad, eat vegetables. GRAMMAR 1 A lot of, much, many, some and any | Describe how much there is of something 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. a negative offers plural positive questions sentences singer : ‘ Countable and uncountable nouns ; [Use and form: : | Countable nouns (an apple, @ banana) have @ (1) singular and a plural ; form. Uncountable nouns (meat, pasta) don’t have a (2) for : ‘Alot of, much, many, some and any Form and use: a lot of (countable and uncountable): all (3) There is/are a lot of cheese/apples. ‘much (uncountable) and many (countable): negative sentences, (4) There isn't much spaghettl. Are there many eggs? any (countable and uncountable): (5) sentences, most questions There isn't/aren’t any cheese/potatoes. Have we got any soup? ‘some (countable and uncountable): (6) sentences, questions with (7) and requests There is some juice. What about a pizza? 2 Complete the table with the words in the box. Write plural forms when you need to. benena bread carrot cheese chip egg food meat pasta pizza rice sandwich ‘Much ‘Many cheese bananas. 3 ) Complete the sentences with much or many. 1 Idon't have much _ money, 2. Have you got friends? 3. There aren't cafés we can go to here. ' 4 haven't got homework to do at the weekend. 5 Do you have things to do on Saturday? ' 6 Ihaven't got time to talk now. Call you later. 4 >) Choose the correct options to complete the text. Lets look atthe menu inthe window. There aren't (GRD, some salads because i's winter. But there's (2) any / some soup. There's (3) a / any choice of brown or white bread. There's (4) many / a chicken curry and (5) some / an other meat dishes, cooked , in sauces. There isn't (6) much / many choice for vegetarians — just the soup, or you can have ‘ (7) some / many chips. There aren't (8) any / some desserts on the menu. I don’t lke this place. What ‘about (9) any / some Chinese take-away food? 5 ») Choose the correct options to complete the conversation, a, b or c. Customer: Hello ke (1) cheese, please Shop assistant: Very good, Sir Ave you lbdking for (2) special type of cheese? Customer: Yes. Do you have (3) Italian Parmesan? Shop assistant: Sorry, Sir. Not (4) people ask for Parmesan here. ‘Customer: OK. What about (5) Greek Feta? ‘Shop assistant: We don’t have (6) at the moment, Sir. Customers ight, Wel I'm sure you have 7) lece of rice English Cheddar Shop assistant; Not right now, Sir. We don't have (8) cheese because it's Friday ‘Customer: You don’t have (9) cheese in this cheese shop on any day, do you? Shop assistant: Sir tobe honest | don ike cheese! Sim 6° © much 2a much b alotol 6 ary Sem bmy ca 4a may =D omuch Gary Sa mary b some an Ca cmo bm 6 ay Taa b any € alotof 8 a much bo many ca Semy be © alot of Complete the conversation with much, many, some or any. Amy: What's in the fridge? Anil: There isn’t (1) much _. In fact, there aren't (2) things at all Amy: Well, are there (3)___ vegetables to make a salad? Anil: There are (4) tomatoes only two or three, but they look old. Amy: Don’t worry. Is there (5)______pasta? Anil: Yes, there's (6) ‘on the shelf in front of me, ‘Amy: Have we got (7) onions and mushrooms? Anil: Yes. So we can make (8) pasta in onion and mushroom sauce. >») Put the words in order to make sentences. Complete the gaps with the words in the box. (x3) any (x2) many (x2) some (x4) ‘A: (1) We / haven't / much / got / food, have we? We haven't got niuch fred, have we? (2) haven't / many / we / No, / got / left. / things A: OK ... so we need to make a shopping list. (3) got / Have / you / pen / paper? / some / a / and Yes, | have. Tell me what we n : OK. First, we need (4) some _pasta and (5) sauce. : Right. What about meat — we haven't got (6)_, right? : Just (7) piece of steak. We haven't got (8) burgers left. : OK. Steak and burgers. (9) we / chicken? / got / any / Have ‘A: No. Put that on the list too. And we need (10) bag of chips and (aa) new potatoes — but not (12) B: Yeah ... they're expensive. We haven't got (13) vegetables ~ just (14) broccoli and carrots on the shelf. OK. Let's get(15)___bag of tomatoes. Got it... Right ... Let's go. 'm hungry! (16) energy / got / haven't / 1/ left. / any LISTENING Identify the speaker 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. old people topic voice PE) Identify the speaker = Listen to the (1) voice Is the speaker young or (2) 2 Listen for the general (3) Listen carefully for the names of (4) and places. 2 ©BB Listen to part of a radio show. How many speakers are there? 3 GBD Listen again and match the descriptions (ac) to the speakers (1-3). 4 kim a a young girl 2 CC ba radio show presenter 3 Kirsty © anexpert 4 @BB Listen again and choose the correct answer, a, bore. The expert says that a. all animals dream. bb some animals dream. © no animals dream, 5 GBD Listen to four people. Match the descriptions (a-d) to the speakers (1-4). Speakert 2 a mother Speaker 2 ba songwriter Speaker 3 © avampire Speaker 4 @ a scientist 6 Tick () the tips in the Remember how to box that helped you with Exercise 5. 7 ©BListen and match the photos (a-c) to the speakers (1-3). Speaker 1: Speaker 2: Speaker 3: }CABULARY 2 Lifestyle adjectives in the correct column. Clue: the words to look for are somé answer options in Exercise 2! 4 Find 40 lifestyle adjectives in the word search and then write them e of the | [s[cfofefelt[ [e[e[o [nit[v[s[x[F[o[r]a[e) (peiive meaning Negative meaning] OTR eta URE AEN BUSY. NILIPIE|W/Q{Biviy{t Hfolulels|ilwii[cfe altitfela[s|clelv[r elelqlwi«]sfeli[K|a pia/clelaly|tlo{K[r yivjalrielc[m{ule[m olyialela@lurs yn Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. ‘Mum: You look (1)(iredy fit , sweetie. Why don’t you go to bea? Zoe: | can't. | have so much to do. I'm really (2) lazy / stressed about the homework for Monday. Mum: Don't cry. I hate to see you (3) unhappy / busy . Now, what's it about? Zoe: Maths. | feel (4) ill / well just thinking about it. Mum: Look. | can't help, but you're (5) lucky / active Zoe: that Matt's coming tomorrow. He can help you. Mum: ‘Thanks, but | still don't feel very (6) fit / well i: What you need is a good night's sleep. Don't think about schoolwork anymore. Good idea. Is it bedtime for you tao, Mum? Not yet, sweetie. I'm very (7) lazy / busy . Where's Dad ~ is he at the gym again? Of course! You know Dad; he’s so (8) active / lazy and (9) fit well Not like Johnt Yes. Your brother is very (10) lazy / lucky . But he’s got a good heart. ee 3 Complete the conversation with the words In 4 Choose the correct options to complete the the box. text, a, bor c. It’s important to dessert dish lemon menu onions sauce eee Nick: What's special on the (1) teary etl today? Brit: Weave this great vogetble weary inte Q with carrots, (8) onions oan and potatoes in lovely tomato and oe yoghurt (4) ® Nick: That sounds good. What about something So Daa When | savis bast (haves See for (8) after the main meal? : y ; eat(3)_____and watch the (4) Brit: | think you'll like our homemade Sarl eke TO Menaracer _ ©) ef choeaate ie ream. hoa on my eee fel that have ato "please? é © ‘when | go into the classroom to teach my first class. ee ee 2 a suney b brain’ health 3 a juice b lunch ¢_ breakfast 4 a news b suney search 5 a done b packed fast 6 a sauce b brain energy GRAMMAR 2 Like + -ing Talk about your likes and dislikes 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in 4 ))) Put the words in order to make questions. the box. 1 you/ going out / like / for a meal? / do / Where Where do you like going out for a meal? enjoy hate noun verb 2 parties? / Why / you / like / don't Tike tang 3. you / Which / do / enjoy / subject / studying? Use: To talk about your likes and dislikes 5 YATES Likes: tke, love and (1) enjoy | ee Dislikes: disike, don't lke and (2) 5 dislike / cooking? / you / Do Form: With a (3) 31 don’t ike history. 6 favourite / What's / meal? / your With a (4) + ing: ike painting. 2 > Choose the correct option to complete the 5 »») Match the questions in Exercise 4 (1-6) to ‘sentences. the answers (a-f). @ Because | really hate noisy places. 2 b I don’t like eating seafood. © | like eating my mum’s beef curry. d. | love the Italian restaurant near our flet. | like playing the piano, so the answer is music. f Yes. Ihate it >») Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box. (© = like, enjoy; ©© = love; ® = don't like, dislike; ©@ = hate) 4. ike @ERBY erveing in ry car. 2 like running / runing on the beach, 3 like swimming / swiming inthe sea. 4 ike tang / tang my room 5 lke welting / waiting stories. 6 ike rdeing riding my bike 7 Like being / bing 13 years oid 8 ike traveling / travling by train 9 Like visting / visting new places. 3») Read the sentences. Tick (¥) the ones that are correct. Rewrite the incorrect sentences correctly. 4. Love to eating chips. I love eating chips. do eat go meet tide shop study 21 toe 1 Fela@@... his new bike. Fela loves viding his new bike, 3. Peter dislikes geograpty. 2. He @ ... to school on the bike. 4 hate be late, Ua 4 He 8... in supermarkets. 5 Xaver lke to playing tennis. 5 He®.. art 6 Hara don't lke get up early. ame 6 He®... meat. 7 love chatting with friends. 7 He © ... new peopie. mmm 62 i ons. ere @ 6) to EAKING Reacting to news 4 Complete the Phrasebook with the words in the box. ‘amazing believe fantastic sorry terrible ” BD Listen to the phrases and check your answers, Then practise saying the phrases. CB Listen to the first conversation. What's the bad news? o 4 BD Listen to the second conversation. 1 What's the good news? 2 What's the surprising news? and 5 ©BD Listen and repeat the words and phrases from the conversations. Pay attention to intonation. Write three short conversations. Include at least six words and phrases from the Phrasebook. 4. React to bad news. 2. React to good news, 3 React to surprising news. 7 Read your conversations out loud. Record yourself if you can. Do you sound OK? If not, don't worry. Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences. Then try again. be Reacting to good news Great! That’ (1) fantastic! Wow! O Reacting to bad news rm (2) That's so sad. That's (3) Reacting to surprising news Really? don't (4) itt That’s (5) ' WRITING Use because 1 Choose the correct options to complete the tips. En use because = Use because to give (1)(Geasond / descriptions and answer the question (2) What / Why ? = Use because + name (, she, etc) + (3) noun / verb . = (4) Don't use / Use a comma before because. 2 Tick (/) the questions you can answer with Because. Put a cross (x) next to the questions you can't. Why are you learning English? v What do you like about your family? Why is the shy blue? Who is your best friend? Why do students wear a school uniform? Can all birds fly? Do you know the answer? 3. Match the reasons (a-f) to the situations (1-6). I'm sory | don't use social networking sites much | feel happy | write my thoughts on my social networking site I'm stressed | can't reply to your email now Noanenn ounens because | prefer talking face-to-face because my computer isn’t working. because | like to share them. because | can't delete the silly story | put on the internet. because | didn't ask you before I used your photo (and that’s rude). because she’s now on my social networking site. Great! 4 Read the advice. Tick (V) the things you do. EED>> Don't talk to strangers unless you need their help because you don’t know why they want to talk to you. Tell your parents where you are going because then they can find you if something happens. easy for someone to take it from your pocket. ‘Always have some money with you because then you can get a bus, train or taxi home. Le th Ol 1 2 Sere aio Ns eer erg area 4 5 You're going to write a blog with advice on WRITE AND CHECK writing messages online. Think of four rules renga my tty, © Wie rai ge te ag 'o write, what to share, who to tell/say) the tips in the Remember how to box. Then. Make notes. Use the Writing plan to help you i Frcpare. tick (7) the stages in the Writing plan. WRITING PLAN Follow the rules in electronic communication Complete the rules with the words in the box. ask be polite block don'twrite sey share tell think Ifyou can't (1) say __ something faceto‘ace, don't write it. 2) before you (3) information or photos of other people. @ things when you're tired or stressed. ©) before you send a message or put something on the internet. ©) on the internet and in text messages. If someone sends you hate messages, (7) them, and (8) the website and your parents. What's the best thing to do? Think about these situations and discuss ‘them with your friends, family or teachers. Then write short answers. 4 Somebody says bad or untrue things about you on a social networking site, 2 It's late at night. You're angry with a friend and want them to know why. 3 You see a picture of you on a site. You don’t know who took the photo. 4 You upioad a video of you singing a song. The next day you see it again and don't like it SUSHLO LOAdSAY TE aa 1 Match the words (a-f) to the words (1-6) to make « 1 fizzy >’ a bread 4 2 packed b drink 3. vegetable © lunch « 4 brown d. salad 5 orange e juice 6 taco f soup 2 Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. ‘Summer and winter are space /Geason>. ‘We eat at school at lunchtime / midnight You can sometimes see the Northern Lights / equator in the Arctic Circe. The sun sometimes shines / celebrates 24 hours a day in Temp, Norway My room's ina big organise / mess Take a coat because it's very warm / windy . 3. Complete the conversation with the words in the box. OoRONne desk floor ground lift office shop Woman: Excuse me. How do I get to the coffee (1) shop? Man: It's on the fifth (2) You can take the (3) Woman: Thanks. And is the ticket (4) for the cinema open? Man: Yes. That's dawn here on the (5) floor. Woman: Oh. There's one more thing. Where is the information © 2 4 Read the clues and complete the words for places. 4. Its lke a river. canal 2 It’s a tall building, t r 3 It’s an old building, c e 4 Its a green place. pk bs 5 You fiy from here. a t 6 Yougetatrain from here. s 7 You can meet friends here. s e 5 Read Tina's text about mornings. The verbs are in the wrong place. Write the correct verbs in the gaps. 1 (4) ewe get up and then | (2) pack a shower. | (3) do dressed and then | (4) wake brealdast. | (5) brush my homework and then | (6) get my teeth. | (7) go___mybag and then | (8) go the bus to school. Ugh ... | hate mornings! w Gm a Boer~aunnauneees Reoauvweneaebe ne Cea 1 What time do you get up? 2 What do you have for breakfast? 3 How long does it take you to get to school? bea 1 Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. ® Cor: Hove you got 1am)/ many money? We can goto the cme. finda: Nov! don't / aol don' have (2) any / some wthme now none, But | can go home and get (4) much / some . Cort don () want wanting you todo that sn pay or the two of (6) / we now ond you ean give me te money tomorrow (7) mine / My coe offi is Thor'3. Wat's) you yours? 2 Complete the conversation with the correct positive or negative form of do, be or have. (1) Are ___ you Spanish? Yes, |(2) =1@) from Barcelona, (4) you know the Prado museum? My uncle works there. ‘That museum (5) in Madrid a different city, Oh, sorry. 1 (6) {got any idea about geography. That's OK. Where (7) you from? lraly. (8) you got any other social network friends from here? 3 Complete the sentences with question words, Who, What, Which, Why, How or When, Where are you calling trom? are you doing here? often do you go to the theatre? is the next train to Glasgow? wants to have a break now? Country do you most want to visit? do you make a cake? isn't here today? is your favourite song? 40 4 you fee! happy? 4 Now read the replies to the questions in Exercise 3. Choose the correct option to complete the replies. 1 My tends / Gnd rouse 2 twat / Ym wating "John, 3 Igo never / never go there. 4 At/ In o'lock. B We all want / do 6 7 8 8 Italian / italy use / 'm using eggs, flour and milk. Rafa doesn't / Isn't ike / "m liking lots of songs. | 410 When people doesn't / don't ask me silly questions! “2 5 Choose the correct options to complete the text, a, b, or c. | 3a ‘mloving loves © love Inever(1)____ meat because | | 4 a many > alotof © any =a @) it's good to eat vegetables 5 a cook b acook © cooking our food there. My mum's (5) a vena Torani great. I'm hungry so I'm (6) now. Mat awyon eda 2 Use the photos to name the sports and games. 3 1 badminton 2 ee Bien e 3. Complete the table with the words and phrases in the box. cards cycling golf gymnastics horseviding ice-hockey skateboarding 5 snowboarding surfing swimming table tennis tennis Play Go Do ice hackey 4 Read the clues and write the words. Use the words in the box. footballer golfer gymnast runner surfer swimmer I train in the pool every day. swimmer hit @ very small ball with a club, ‘Some of the things we do are like dancing There are 14 players on each team, You wait a long time in the sea for a big wave and it gets really col. The race is 40 kilometres on the roads around London. Oasone Understand new words (1) 4 Complete the tips with the words in the box. adjective similar type understand En inderstand new words = Identify the (1) noun or (2) = Do you know a (3) you (4) type _ of word. Is ita verb, > word? Does it help the new word? 2 Read the text and answer the questions. 1. What is the blog about? How to be a great 2. How many tips are there? 3. What does Lionel Messi do? He's a Reach for the top! How can you become a top athlete or sports star? Is there a secret method to it? Here we look at some tips from top sportsmen and women. W@W You have to eat the right breakfast. | eat things like meat, cheese and eggs. They give you energy. @ You need to start slowly and relax after you exercise. It helps you to develop and recover ~ and you get fewer injuries. Top footballers like Lionel Messi do yoga to help them. 1 Sleep eight hours a night. It helps you feel less stressed. @ Train first thing in the morning, It's harder to make yourself exercise later in the day. @ Practise, practise and practise! Top sports stars don't get to the top with just talent and luck. They work hard and train hard, Doyou have any tp tips? Share them post below. 3 Match the definitions (a-e) to the words (1-5). 4 Match the words in bold in the text in Exercise 2 to the words (1-5) in way advice improve worried ability Exercise 3, method b c a e get better being good at something how you do something {an opinion about how to do something unhappy because you are thinking about problems Research sport/game you're interested in. Write notes about: ‘= the competitions for young people, = possible new future stars of the sport/game. = the skills needed to be successful in this sport/game, fom GRAMMAR 1 Can/can’t for ability; adverbs of manner Talk about what you can do and how you do it 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. be can can't play time 2 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. confidently easily fast hard how perfectly Can/can't for ability ‘Adverts of manner | Use: For things we have the ability or (1) time. todo. Form: Positive and negative | Vyou/he, etc + can/can't + verb ean (2) there for nine, 13) play tomorrow because I'm busy. Questions and short answers Can + I/you/she, ete + ver Can you (4) tennis? Yes, 1(5) No, I can't 3) Use the table to complete the sentences. 1 Maria can ___ play golf but she __ can’t speak German. 2 Marvin speak German but al of the others speak it 3. Diana and Marvin drive, but Hank and Maria 4 Marvin ‘ype fast but most of them 5. Most of them play golf but Hank 6 ) Complete the conversation with can or can't. Helen: You (1) can Matt: My team’s called The Tigers. | (2) 3) play very well Why do you say that? You (4) and you score lots of goals. Yes, but I don’t lke the coach. He's mean, | ) play my best for a mean coach Really? That's a shame. Did you speak to him? Yes, | ried. He didn't listen and told me to be quiet. Now I'm learning to play tennis too. Diana drive or speak German. Helen: Matt: It's more fun. But ..1(6) play very well at the moment! Do you like the coach? Matt: Yes, she’s great. She said | (7) be in the third team, That's cool! Maybe | (8) too ~ some day! be in the first team play football very well. Are you in the team? play but | run really fast, Use: To say (1) __ how. Form adjective + 4 perfect > (2) confident > (3) Irregular adverbs: hard, (4) Word order: She trains (5) fi She can't change her lesson very (6) you do something + well and late Hank aac tem ee ee isk i Maria _[ Diana Marvin lay golf viv ik v ative (eee ees | 7c | | type fast, v v v x speak German | xX x x v we aah ae 5 > Correct the spelling of the adverbs. 4 fasty faut 5 tel 2 easyly 6 happly, 3 goodly 7 terblly 4 tly 8 specaly 6 ») Complete the email with the adverbs in the box. badly confidently herd late slowly well Hi Kara, How do you always do so well in tests? I work really (1)__hard but | often do (2) work | too @) and never have time to finish all the questions. | want to answer the questions (4) like you do - you're the best student in class. | want to do 6 in the next test. Do you have any tips? | work (6) so call me when you get this — | won't be asleep. And ... I need help! See you tomorrow. Lucy 7 » Complete the sentences with the correct form of the word in brackets. 1 Yourun quickly (quick). 2 He cycles (fast) 3. How do you play so (000)? 4. | work really hard but | don't learn things (easy) 5 [hit the ball (perfect! i felt good 6 She dances (beautiful. It looks like she makes no effort, 8 >») Put the words in order to make sentences. 1. climbs / He / really / confidently. He climbs really confidently. 2 piano / plays / He / the / well. 3 game / slowly. / The / moves 4 badly. / sings / He 5 well? / Can / tell / jokes / you 6 good / not / but / he / learns / is / very / He / very / quickly 7 can't play / She / well. 8 do/ maths / He / can't / well. / very LISTENING ! Understand spoken instructions 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. imperatives instruction now REMEMBER HOW TO understand spoken instructions Listen for (1) intperatives (open, don't open}: they'e instructions. = Listen for (2) before an instruction. Use what you know. Think about the next 3) 2 Complete the instructions with the verbs in the box. change hold score serves step ont ae. Introduction to velueyBALL 7 One team serves _ the ball to the other. y 2 Ateam can the ball three times before it must go back over the net. 3 Don't the net when you hit the ball 4 Don't on the back line when you serve. 5 Don't the ball more than three times. 6 Don't the ball 7 25 points to win a set. 8 sides between sets. 3 Read the instructions again and answer the questions. 4. Have you played volleyball before? 2. What other instructions can you add? 4 BB Listen and check your answers to Exercise 2. 5 Listen and complete the instructions for these games. 1 the small ball into the holes. the smallest number of hits to win, 2 the balll and then to the bases. all the way around and score @ home run. 3 and jump as far into the sand as possible. 6 Match the photos (a-c) with th <7, ABULARY 2 Games verbs 4 Fina te vere in the wordseaor. [oT sTaToTo[ [if [| 2 cu Be cee ha lel: [wlalm[ulfo[e[a 3 HIT ch fstyPolkp fola[e 4 JUMP 5 LOOKFOR (look for) Cal al ea eS EW 8 Lose rfelxlelsram|rla|w a cep ae ee 8 SHOOT 8 THROW dolar lalete Bo WIN uM [a[e[wfolvle Re [«[zlwhi [yf xu | x[cfolelx[r[elwlrly | 2 Use verbs from Exercise 1 to complete the sentences, | . . * . * 23.2 . Bod gids . * | @1 To win _ the game you must save the prince | 2 the mountain to find him he's in the 8” palace at the top, 3 clues to find which room he's in. Ask the ‘old man of the mountain’ - he can hel = 4 the magic stone at the palace gate - you | score extra points if you the gate. a5 the palace guard (the man behind the gate) on the head with the magic stone to put him to a. Sleep. 6 over the pool of water around the entrance snakes! io the palace hall — look out for the wate 7 Don't let the mad king find you or you the game 8 quickly - run fast to scare more points a9 at the door to the palace hall to open it. Look ~ there's the prince. You win!!! Co 3 Complete the text with the words in the box. ability competitive competitors superstar the next big thing viewers: a Rock Out, a new show gives (I)_ viewers _ the chance to watch 2) show their musical and singing (3) The first show is very (4 {as judges choose just 10 people from 200. The show wants to ind (5) in rock music. Like all these shows they want fo find « (6) but this time ifs rock! 4 Which of these words are verbs, which are nouns and which are both? (If you need help, use a dictionary.) 1 train both 5 agent 2 comedian 6 cook 3 coach 7 admire 4 wainer GRAMMAR 2 Have to and don’t have to Talk about things that are and aren't necessary 1 Complete the grammar table with the words or 4 >) Complete the sentences with have to and phrases in the box. don't have to and the verbs in the box. does doesn't don't don't have to be have leave run stop wear win worry has to have to (x2) 1 Thereferee has to stop the game “Mme maantineae=—=- <<< when a player is hurt. [ices oc elie te Se eee 2. The players special : clothing. I's a dangerous sport hhave #0. : when something is necessary 3 You Tor the whole game wen something isn't necessary You can walk sometimes Form: 4 The team eight more Posttive {games to be top ofthe table and win the prize. I/we/you/they (3) + verb 5 Ateam 11 players. There it/she/he (4) + verb is always this number of players on a football Negative team 1/we/you/they (5) have to + verb 6 You clever. You need to it/she/he (6) have to + verb remember so many moves. Questions and short answers. 7 Aplayer the game if she | Do +/+ have to + verb gets hurt badly. Yes, 1.40. / No, don't 8 She about winning. I's (7) Site hans ts just for fun ~ there are no winners or losers iiesiietne Goes iNoishe doesnt 5») Do you have these rules and customs in 2 » Choose the correct option to complete the your country? Write sentences using have to / sentences. don't have to to describe the rules and customs in your country. Nw. Lo 1. You have to /@on't have Wolay chess siowly. You can play ‘quick’ chess 2 You have to / don't have to learn lots of rues for rugby. Its not an easy game to understand. 3. You Nave to / don't have to practise a lat to be good at surfing. its hard to stand up. 4. You have to / don't have tobe fit to play cards. 5 Areteree doesn't have to / has to make all the decisions on his own. He usually has help. 6 Players don't have to / have to be youn to play golf. You can play at any age 7 You have to / don't have to be quick to play table tennis, The ball moves very fast. 8 Ina triathlon you have to / don't have to be good at swimming, running and cycling. Rules. stamp your train ticket 3 » Correct the wrong word in each sentence. 2. carry an identity card 1 He dent have to hit it sohhard. doesn’t eer eae ree 2 pay to driv on some motorways 3. My coach soy nas to work hare 4 She danthave tsa every & We has to train before school. ee board, You doesn't have to play competitively Sener l 8 Do players has to be fit? 6 give a waiter a tip SPEAKING Ask for and give or refuse permission 4. Tick (V) the things YOU need permission for. miss classes 0 to bed late eat an unhealthy snack watch TV late go online ‘spend lots of money go to the toilet speak during @ lesson 2 Who do you ask for permission to do the things you ticked in Exercise 1? DVOMRwNE 3 @ED Listen and write the thing each person is asking permission for. Conversation 1: Conversation 2: Conversation 3: 4 Complete the Phrasebook with the words in the box. but course right sorry Pos (®) P ‘Ask for permission 5 @BDViisten and check your answers. ns 6 ©BDListen again and repeat the phrases, IsitOK/all(1) right if /we .. ? paying attention to intonation. See seas caste 7 Choose two of the situations from Exercise 1. _Yes, you can. and think about these questions. Allright / OK ‘= Who do you ask for permission? eta ead ‘= What do you think the person says? a 8 Write your two conversations for Exercise 7. Noeceni rm (4) but... 9 Read your conversations out loud and focus ‘on your intonation. Record yourself if you can, Do you sound OK? If not, don't worry. Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences, Then try again. 75 WRITING Use paragraphs 1 Complete the tips with the words and phrases in the box. ‘one topic or point reader space REMEMBER HOW TO use paregephs = Use paragraphs. They help the (1) reader understand the text. = Write about (2) in each paragraph. = Add a (3) between paragraphs. 2 Read the text and match headings (1-3) to the paragraphs (A-C). 1 Why | fike it 2 A description of my favourite sport 3 How to be a good player Paragraph A Cricket is the most popular sport in india and the second most popular one in the word. Its a bat-and-ball game played with two teams of 11 players. One team has to hit the ball and run between the ‘wickets. The other team has to throw the ball at the wickets before the batsman gets there or they have to catch the ball, When this happens, the player who has hit the ball is out. When all 11 players are out, the other team has to bat and try and beat the first team's score. Paragraph B 1 | enjoy it because you can play it anywhere with friends. We grew up playing the sport. In India it's part of our culture. Paragraph C In cricket you need to be good at catching, throwing and hitting the ball. The game is long, so it's important that players can concentrate for a long time. You have to stand there doing nothing sometimes. Then suddenly the ball comes towards you and you have to catch tt. 3 This short text has three different topics. Make each topic a different In tennis you have to hit a small ball with a racket. paragraph. Write the three paragraphs ‘You need to hit the ball over the nat and keep it out below. in the court. In women's tennis you can play three Paragraph 4: sets. To win a set a player naeds to win six or seven games. The player who wins two sets wins the match. like the sport because it takes Paragraph 2: real abilty and practice to be good. I's also a mixture of relaxing with friends and being competitive - wanting Paragraph 3: to win, Tennis is my favourite game and Maria Sharapova from Russia is my favourite player. She's an amazing tennis player. 4 You're going to write three paragraphs about © WRITE AND CHECK your favourite sport. Make notes. Use the a : 5 Write your description. Then tick (V) the periing Pian tc bolo You Date: stages in the Writing plan. = Check each paragraph topic is clear. WRITING PLAN = Check each paragraph has one point. Paragraph 4: : : \ What is the sport and how do you play it? o | | Paragraph 2: Why is it your favourite sport? oO Paragraph 3: What skills do you need to be good at the sport? o Work with others in a team 4 Read about Greg's team. Does the team work well together? I play for ourlocal football team but t's not going well. Qur team hardly ever Matt, inthe shouting and fighting with his team yr otriker, thinks he's the best pla world 126. The midfield players Hes alwa ore goals and they ne fer help to don't run enough, They only want: to sco etop goals. | tell them this but they don't listen. Everyone says re terrible and the whole team needs to help. 31LVu3d009 @ SLVIINNWINOD 2 What advice would you give Greg? | think the whole team needs | think Matt needs | think the midfield players need . 1 Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box. © listen meet play read watch 11 go tothe cinema every Saturday. 41 the guitar to relax 2 tendsin he sheoing mak. 5 1 2 ook event befor bed 31 to music ontine lot. 6 Idon't 2 lot of television. 2 2 Change the underlined verb to its opposite. Use the verbs in the box. arrives ¢lese come cry end listento puton send sit stayin 1 Can you open the door? __ clase 6 The plane leaves at 3pm. 2 I never go on Saturdays 7 I gota lot of text messages. 3. The film really makes me laugh. 8 Ilke to stand near the window. | 4 When does the game start? 9 Can you help me take this off? | 5 I normally go out on Ficays. 10 I like to talk'to my grandmother. 3 Use the pictures to complete the crossword with food words. Ke lh [i [p Fr . F é T LY 3) a ” e | [ela Pe | J 4 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. ‘aunt cousins daughter grandparents married parents uncle wife My sister is my mother's daughter My mum and dad are my My mum's sister is my My parents’ parents are my My father’s brother is my My parents are : My uncle's children are my My mother is my father’s BONE erxoa OS 1 What things do you most like to do at the weekend? 2 What are your favourite foods? 3. You have to stop eating one of your favourite foods and stop doing one of your favourite things for a year. What do you choose? Why? 1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in brackets. 1 I don't ke _ tidying (tidy) my room. 5 He doesn't lke (run) fr. 2 We (stay) na hotel at the moment. 6 Ihate (nt) eters. 31 (travel) to school onthe bus every day. 7 ean_____(swim) realy far inthe sea 4 She likes __ (ride) her bike. 8 Ihate (dance)! 2 Complete the sentences with the correct verb form and much, many, some or any. drink eat play tidy wait write 1 He hates _ eating chips. So | don't give him many / any 2 She doesn’t do many / any sports. She only likes tennis, badminton and squash, 3. He doesn’t drink many / much water. He likes cola but | make sure he drinks ‘some / any water too. 4 Myson doesn't get much / any homework - only one or two things a week. 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(You can check at the bottom of the page.) © "001 PuoM out aBueyo ued nox Kepowos oaKew\ "Ut BADII8q UBUL eeap! poOd e oNeY NOK od, '20p) poo Aijea B Jo 1aMod 8a sn SOUS (A018 SoNaIg "PP OU SBUlR BUIZEWE oun fe JaqUOUNa1 NS 2009 s9%9H0) PLON. ‘219 paueuo Aes “Ss000ne oBny @ aq 01 anuliucD fuedulon siy pue Se—p) iy Ing "PEIP SqOr aNa15 ‘ped Ul JOYE Je UL READING Understand new words (2) 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. check fit. feek mean think understand new words (2) = (1) Look _ at the words and sentences before and after the new word. = (2) about what the new word can (3) = (4) your ideas: do any of them (5) with the other words and sentences? 2 Read the text quickly and choose the best title, a, b or c. a Everyone wins —_b Winning is everything ¢ How you can win ‘The wind and the sun are talking about which is the strongest. The wind says: ‘You sit up there: every day and you do nothing, You only shine. | work hard and blow the elouds across the ‘sky. When I do that, nobody can see you. I'm the strongest.’ The sun says: ‘OK. Lets have a ‘competition. Can you see that pensioner over there in the fields? Let's see who can get his coat off first.” "That's simple,’ says the wind and it begins blowing, The old man doesn't do anything, Then the wind blows harder. The trees are bending down and the sea has big waves, Small birds fall {rom the sky onto the ground. The wind blows the sand from the beach into the field and into the man's eyes. The old man can't see, but he holds onto his coat. Then the wind becomes tired and can't blow anymore. The clouds disappear and the sun shines over the green fields, The air gets warmer and warmer and soon the old man takes off his coat and puts it over his arm. “Twin,” says the sun. Now, remember — you don't have to be strong or hard to make things. happen. You can be gentle and good.” 3 Look at the words. Choose the best description, a, b or c. _— - : ; . 3 j a sot | | angry | | unhappy 4 Tick (/) the tips in the Remember how to box that helped you with Exercise 3. Clot This story is one of Aesop's stories. They are from the | 6th century BCE - over 2,500 years ago. Use the intemet to find another story by Aesop. | = What's the ttle? = Who's in the story? = What's the message of the story? Then share your story in your next English class. GRAMMAR 1 Was/were; ago Talk about situations in the past 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. was (x2) wasn't (x2) were weren't Was/were; ago Use: To talk about situations in the past. Form: Positive and negative Y/ne/she/it + was/(2) we/you/they + were/weren't Questions and short answers 2) hhe/she/it ... ? Yes, she was. / No, she (3) Were we/you/they ... ? Yes, they (4) -/ No, they (5) Time expressions: time period + ago 16) born a long time ago. 2 » Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. ‘A thousand years ago i 1 a lot of people(werd)/ was farmers. i 2 not many people were / was in towns. 3. there were / was education but only for the rich. 4 @ person was / were usually married before the age of 20. 5 life were / was difficutt. 6 there was / were no hospitals. 3.) Complete the table with the words and phrases in the box. party home hospital my bedroom NewYork sehee! Spain the cinema Si 4 ») Match the questions (1-8) to the answers (ah). Were you bom in London? Was London the capital of England 2,000 years ago? Were there big celebrations in London for the new millennium? Was the London Eye popular in 2000? Were there new millennium towers built in London in 2000? Was Usain Bolt born in the East End of London? Were David Beckham and Daniel Radcliffe born in London? Was Mary Poppins a real woman? 2 mie Renn KKK EX No, it wasn't Yes, it was, No, he wasn't. No, | wasn’t. Yes, there were. No, she wasn't. No, there weren't. Yes, they were, 5 ») Complete the conversations with were, weren't, was or wasn't. Kara: Where (1) were __ you? Now we'fe late for the cinema, Sorry, there (2) any trains. Who (3) that? That (4) Jim, We (5) at school together. Why (6) Arturo at school yesterday? He (7) very well. He (8) at the doctor's. ‘Who (9) your best friends at your first school? They (10), —___Jo and Jim, 6 » Complete the text with past forms of the verb be. When | (/) (1) was __ your age, there (X) (2) the internet and there (xX) (3) any mobile phones. There (/) (4) many music shops and there (/) (5) a video shop in my street. That (7) (6) a long time ago. You (X) (7) born then. 7 »») Put the words in order to make sentences. 1 you / Where / were / ago? / an hour Where were you an hour ago? 2 Was / Joe / you? / with weren't / We / at home / four / hours ago. were / at / the cinema. / We the film / was / What / like? wasn't / very / good. / It LISTENING Use pictures to help you listen 41 Complete the tips with the words in the box. county feel friends modem old outside se plotures ta help you listen = Look at the style. Is it old or (1) _madern_? = Look at the people. How (2) are they? Are they family or (3) ? What are they doing? How do they (4) 2 = Look at the place. Where is it? (Inside or ©) 7 Ina town or in the ©) 2, etc) 2 Look at the photos and answer the que: 1. Do you know any films with dragons in them? 2. Do you have any stories about dragons in your country? 3 5 HD Listen and put the names in the order you hear them. Tolkien Rihanna Beowulf 1 Rupert Grint smaug BD Listen again and decide if these statements are true (T) or false (F). 1. The first dragon stories come from England. F 2 Tolkien wrote a book with a dragon in i. 3. The English word dragon is from the Greek language. Dragons often live in castles, In China dragons are good. In China every year Is @ dragon year. Tick (/) the tips in the Remember how to box that helped you. os we VOCABULARY 2 Personality adjectives 1 Complete the table with the words in the box. calm cheerful cool friendly funny nice polite rude serious shy Positive meaning @ | Negative meaning ® | Positive or negative meaning © © friendly 2 Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. 1 He makes everybody in the class laugh. He says@unnp)/ serious things. 2 You look really coo! / calm with your new hairstyle. Is great! 3. My new neighbours are very friendly / shy . They asked everybody to their party 4 I's not shy / nice to say bad things about people. Try and find positive things to say. 5 Our teacher is always cheerful / serious . She's a happy person © You were coo! / rude to call him stupid. You made him cry. 7 When you ask for something, say ‘please’. it shows that you are polite / cheerful. 8 When things go wrong, i's important to be rude / ealm . Don't get angry 9 I'ma bit nice / shy. I's hard for me to go out and meet new people. 10 Why are you always so funny / serious ? Come on - let's go out and have a laugh! 3. Complete the text with the words in the box. ‘ge ago century education millions personality rich What's the right (1) age __ to start schoo!? Is it four or seven? | don't know. Different countries have different rules about when a child's (2) at school starts. Some children have a shy (3) ‘and school is difficult for them when they are very young. Of course, many years (4) there weren't schools for the poor in my ‘country — only for the (5) Now everybody has to go to school when they are six. In the 21st (6) ‘some people think we don't need schools. 7) of children can learn at home with lessons on the internet. What do you think? 4 Choose the correct options to complete the conversation. Interviewer: | have your (1) celebration /@larphere in front of me and i's ‘amazing to read it. You wrote about everything that happened in your (2) life / timeline . You wrote @ page every day for 70 years. You started when you were 12 and your whole family worked in the (3) fields / medicine in the country. Yes. Well life was (4) tall / simple then. The food was good and we were outside most of the time. There were lots of (5) celebrations / millenniums during the year ~ of birthdays and other events and festivals. Then there was the bad news. For example, a (6) century / hundred people died in an accident on a boat from the Ukraine to England. My relatives were on that boat. GRAMMAR 2 Past simple posi e Talk about completed events in the past 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. closed said yesterday Past simple positive e Use: For completed actions in the past. Form: Regular verbs verb +-ed or d V/he/she/it/we/you/they started/(1) Irregular verbs Learn the past simple forms (was ~ were, say ~ (2) ) Time expressions: (3) . last week/month/year, a week/month 2g0 2 » Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. 1@OKB/ waked up as usual at 7 o'clock. 2 I chated / chatted to my mum at breakfast. 3 I checkd / checked my homework. 4 I taked / took the bus to school, 5. We played / plaid basketball in the break. 6 I comed / came home at 4 o'clock. 7 8 9 10 closed | studied / studyed for a history test. Then something strange happened / happenned Everything stoped / stopped | goed / went back in time to the 45th century. 3 ) Complete the text with the words in the box. ago in last (2) on yesterday I had my 43th birthday (1) yesterday so now I'm a teenager! | was born (2) the 29th of February (3) the year 2000, so | really only have a birthday every four years. | had a ‘real’ birthday (4) year in 2012. That's one year (5) T have to celebrate my birthday fon the 28th of February most years. Anyway, 6) night | had a great party 4 »» Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Yesterday I (1) (2) 3) We (4) centre. We (5) chips. It (6) (7) She (8) last September and she’s having a great time. 5») Complete the conversation correct form of the verbs in the box. die go know Jez: Jez: Yeah, I'm sorry | had to (2) 2 That’s OK. You (3) Fine. We (4) Went ___ (go) shopping. | (buy) a lovely dress and then | (meet) Katrin, my cousin, for lunch. (eat) at Mara’s restaurant in the (get) chicken salad and (be) very good. We (have) a good talk about our lives. (leave) home to go to university the eave see sit tell visit Itwas great that | (1) in the shopping centre. say) you yesterday quickly your grandmother in hospital. How is she? ‘out into the garden and (5) down under a tree, looking at the flowers. She (6) me about her husband, my grandfather ~ | never o him. He (8) | was born Good news! Oh, no — not about your grandfather =| mean it’s good that your grandmother's well before SPEAKING Tell an interesting or funny story of frmuscoon TELLING A STORY Create interest Guess (1)__what__? (Do you) (2) whet? Explain what happened Yesterday | (3) to the park 1a) In the park ‘Somebody came/said/took you know, Complete the Phrasebook with the words in the box. c Continue with the story anyway comment funny know was went what Well, .../ (5) a Make a (6) 2 BD Listen and check your answers. fees feebetenee/ir) 3 Put the sentences (a-g) in order to make a story. | thought it was the bad man from the film! Do you know what? It was just my dad ~ he didn’t have his keys to get into the house, d_ I was alone at home last night because my parents were out for the evening, Anyway, it was near the end of the film and suddenly there was a loud knock on the window. f | put on a scary DVD - one of my favourite horror movies. & Of course, it wasn't him. 4 @BDListen and check. Noasenr 5 Put the conversation in order. Wow! So you said yes. b Guess what happened at the concert last night? 1 c | did. | played with the band The Pages. And | think I did well, It was an amazing experience. d The drummer was ill and they asked me to play the drums, | don’t know. What? 6 a Write a conversation between you and a friend. Tell them about something fun or interesting that happened to you. Yo Guess what Your friend: You: Your b Read your conversation out loud. Record yourself if you can. Do you sound OK? If not, don’t worry. Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences. Then try again, WRITING Use time expressions 1. Choose the correct options to complete the tips. Cn ‘use time expressions = Use expressions like yesterday, after school, on Monday, last ‘Monday and this morning to say (1)@heD/ happened. how something "= Use later to write about a time (2) before / after another time. "= Put the time expression at the (3) start / end of the sentence (normal word order) ‘= Put the time expression at the start of the sentence to emphasise the (4) time / event . 2 Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. 7 laa aia mera ae 2 Ididit this morning / yesterday 3 We went there last / yesterday week. 4 He went around the world and later / last he wrote a book about it 5 yesterday heard the news, / | heard the news yesterday. 6 Guess what later happen / happened later ? 3. Read the story and answer the questions. 4. Where did it happen? at the beach 2. When did it happen? 3 What two things did the fish do? It and 4 Underline the time expressions in the story. 5 Put the sentences (a-e) In order to make a story. Meeting Jutiet The net morring| tale |was in ve. Uh-oh @) me. Sea food | went to the beach and | stayed there last night. | went to sleep. Later there was a noise. A big fish came out of the sea and then it tried to eat me, This morning | woke up at 7 o'clock an the sand and I was OK. What happened yesterday was a dream. Lateron Monday she anewered late of questions about ‘Shakespeare in our English lesson. (She's very clever Afterschool she sat beside me on the bus home. We talked fora long time. (Bhe' really funny too) 4 On Monday moming the teacher asked Jule to say hello to the class, She sounded relly kind and friend! Last week a new student started at my school (Her name's Juliet) ) iy 6 You're going to write a short story called WRITE AND CHECK “Meeting the Dragon’. Make notes. Use the wwitiig an eseeg faa ata 7 Write your story. Use about 50 words. Then tick (7) the stages in the Writing plan. WRITING PLAN C Say: = where and when the meeting happened. oO } = what happened. ao Use: = time expressions, eg yesterday, etc. Oo Understand what makes people creative 4 Tick (/) the qualities that you think are important for being creative. 1. Believe in your idea 2 Work hard, 3. Don't make any mistakes. 4. Have new ideas. 5 Learn from your mistakes, 6 Only do things you know how to do. 7 Do things in new ways. 8 Try new things. 9 Make things. 10 Always follow the rules. 2 Read about Clara. My teacher often tells us to write stories, but | can’t think of where to start 3. What advice would you give Clara? dooeqoc0oo SNIMNIHL LAD 4 Your school wants to build a new sports centre for students bi this. Think of three ways you can get money for your school, needs more money to do ee a 1. Find six sports and two games in the word search. F aie Use the clues to help you. Write the words. 1 CRICKET Bree CHES 24 y e[clalr[o[sle 3c RS Trl 4s Rk 6 EES 5] s[# u[olo 6 RY tle[s[Pir[ele 7c. Ss 8G oF eE[R|u|6[ely|F 2 Complete the table with the words from Exercise 1. Sports you play in a team 1 cricket Games you play sitting down 2 | ‘A fighting’ sport you can do with one other person 3 Sports you can do alone: 14 es 3 Read the clues and complete the sports and games word: 4. You do these on the sea sailingandw od of 2 You play this with a bat and bal. be 3. Youneed snow to do these. sb _d__gand_k ng 4 You need an animal to do this. oer oon 5. You play this on ice. cones. 6 You play these with two or four people tpt send_a mon on 7 Youneed a computer or smartphone to play these. i log os 4 Choose the correct options to complete the text, a, b orc. { have a job in @ museum (1) shop. it's only (2) Saturdays ‘and Sundays and I like it. These days | think it's (3) 40 find work so {'m just happy to have a job. Sometimes I'm at the ticket (4) and tell people what (5) are on. t's not difficult. | have a nice (6) to wear and I get a free (7) so I'm never (8) 4 ground >@® © office 2 a on b at c in 3 a lucky b well © busy 4a iit b floor © office 5 a exhibitions —b announcements ¢ performers 6 a stuff uniform © backpack 7 a menu b sauce © lunch 8 a hungry b- amazing © unhealthy ALL ABOUT ME 1 What's your favourite museum? 2 What can you see there? 3 What makes it interesting? 4. Make questions. Use the present simple form. Where / you live? Where do you live? Who / your best friend? How old / you? What / you want to study at university? Which team / you like? Where / your family from? ‘What / your favourite colour? Where / he work? 2 Choose the correct options to complete the text. ‘She works (1)@ar@/ hardly for her money. She leaves home (2) early / earily and stays (3) lately / late at work most days and she often (4) has / have to take work home 6) doesn't (6) has / have to work is Sunday. She (7) goes usually / usually goes to her In / at weekends. The only time she parents’ house for lunch on that day. 3 Choose the correct options to complete the text, a,bore, Like (2) my dad cook, We all the meals for the family at the weekend. Today we (3) chicken and vegetables. We (4) 2) in our meal so it takes time to (6) the meat and vegetables ready before we start cooking it. Now we (7), the cooker. | hope it’s ready soon. I'm hungry! 4 Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. Does /(@3you have to wear a swimming cap in the pool? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 a help > Gem a ‘temaking —b makes @ te cooking cook a b going a alotof © much a getting get 2 put » puts different things it on c to the shops earlier and have got everything we need. We put (5) helped make cooking went any got "re putting, There aren't many / much people in the centre. ‘She never is listening / listens to me. We spoked / spoke on the phone last night. I can’t meet / meeting you tomorrow after school. Nobody did thought / thought the maths test was easy. She hates playing / play football in the rain. ie Ca VOCABULARY 1 Talk about places and the weather 1 Write the adjective to describe each type of weather. cage 2) 3 4 5 6 2 Complete these posts with words from Exercise 1, wala at 3 its warm, but where's the 4 Look how foggy it 2 Sighty here! sun? I's too is —| cantt sée 8 thing Tim very very wet here! No blue sky. © bie = & 3 4 A ite bit fers PRE Ee 5 Realy here. 6 A beautiful Meaimacee te aid Yes! A great day for fying day with clear blue skies Gloves. Brrrrrerr: t's cola! ry new lata oe 3 a Look at the pictures and write the prepositions. > Laraund 2 3d 4p Bt eh 6a To Ba s ot ds b Write the correct preposition from Exercise 3a to complete the blog entry. p33 Cys Soit's the second week of our trip (1) around _ the UX. At the weekend we : were in London. On Saturday we went (2) to the top of The Shar it's the tallest building in London, after that we went (3) The Shard and 4) London Bridge (5) the Tower of London onthe ater side (On Sunday we walked (6) the River Thames and went on the London Eye It's a big whee! and when it goes up, you can see across the whole ofthe city. Ate it came (7) we walked (8) the Houses of Parliament — we only stopped for photos and then walked up to Nelsons Column in Trafalgar Square. We then walked (9) the park to Buckingham Palace READING Identify the writer's opinion 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. great | think / don’t think... Itwas/wasn't .... terrible PE Identity the writers opinion = Look for words meaning good or bad: (1) great, 2) 2 ® Look for be and like: (3) + Hiked / didn't ike ® Look for these phrases: (4) 2 Look at the photos and answer the questions. 1. What can you see in the photos of Barcelona? 2 What do you know about Barcelona? 3 Read about Michelle's weekend in Barcelona. Did she have a good time? Hi Saral ‘At the weekend I went with my family to Barcelona. The flight was short and | slept most of the way — nothing special. But ... there was a four-hour delay first! © We waited in the airport - it was so boring, When we got to the hotel, we went out to dinner. People eat really late there. The hotel restaurant was full at 11 o'clock! The hotel was quite nice to stay in, | guess. (On the Saturday we went around the city and saw some really cool buildings. My favourite was Casa Batllé. It looked amazing! There were also loads of great parks. In the afternoon we drove to. PortAventura ~ a theme park. There were loads of brilliant rides but the best was the Dragon Khan roller coaster and the Shambhala roller coaster. They are so big and fast! ‘Sunday was the worst day. We watched Barcelona play football in their stadium. I know they are a brillant team. My brother loves them and that's why we went, but | hate football! It was a really terrible way to finish the weekend ... ‘See you soon! Michelle x 4 What did Michelle think of these things? Tick (V) the correct answer. Cy} ie Good OK Bad the flight Z Think about a city you visited. Write notes about: ‘the airport = what you did there. the hotel ‘= what it’s famous for. the buildings = the best thing about the place. the theme park the football 5 Tick (V) the tips in the Remember how to box that helped you with Exercise 4. GRAMMAR 1 Past simple negative Talk about things that didn’t happen in the past 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. couldn't didn't happen wasn't/weren't Past simple negative Use: For describing things that didn’t (1) __happen__in the past. For Negative you, ete + (2) + ver We didn’t visit the castle. Vyou, etc + (3) The weather wasn't very nice. W/you, etc + couldn't + verb: 14) eat anything. 2 ) Read the blog and underline the examples of the Past simple (positive and negative). Wea Well, it's day five of my holiday now and so it’s a mixture of good and bad. The flight arrived on time but the bus to the hotel broke down, so we got to the hotel late. We sat on the side of the road for two hours until another bus came. We didn’t do much on the first couple of days; we just sat next to the pool. | didn't like the food It was fish and rice every day and they didn’t have chips or pizza. On the third day it wasn’t sunny so we went to a theme park. | went on most of the rides but I didn’t go (on one of the roller coasters — it was too big and fast! Yesterday we went to the beach. | swam in the sea and saw lots of fish, but I couldn't catch any. Today | will! 3») Complete the text with the past simple form of the verb in brackets. Marks flight (1) __was__ (be) on time, but he (2) (not get) to the hotel on time. He (3) (sit) next to the pool for two days and (4) (relax). The food 6) (not be) good because he (6) (not want) fish. They (7) (not sit) next to the pool on the third day because they (6) (be) at the theme park. He (9) (not go) on all the rides because one of the roller coasters was too big and fast. At the beach he (10) (not catch) any fish, 4 »» Choose the correct options to complete the text. 1 (4) could / GeutaiPDwait for our trip on the sixth day of our holiday. We (2) went / did't go to the ‘aquarium, The main tank (3) was / wasn't amazing. We (4) saw / didn't see so many different fish and sharks — hundreds! | (5) liked / didn't like the rest of the centre, though. There (6) were / weren't so many people that | (7) could / couldn't see anything. My parents (8) did / didn’t let me buy anything in the shop because they said it was too expensive. It (9) was / wasn’t such ‘8 Good day in the end - it was a bit disappointing. Burt it (10) was / wasn't the worst day of the holiday. That was yesterday ~ a horrible day! 5 » Correct the mistakes in the sentences. Use past simple forms. 4. She didn't had a good time. Ske didn’t have a goad time. 2 Inasn't enjoyed my holiy. 3 The food was so bad | couldnt ate it. 4. They wasn't very happy with their hotel 5 I decide to go for a walk, 6 [tis a beautiful day yesterday, 7 They doesn't liked the trip to Krakéw. trained every day. 8 Caroline was getting up at 8 o'clock every day of the holiday, 6 » Complete the hotel review with the positive or negative form of the verbs in the box. be be clean eat have speak swim want Renee ee Well, not the best hotel in the world. When we arrived there (1)__wasn’é__ anyone on reception’ and we (2) to it nearly an hour to check into our room. They (3) the room before we arrived ~ it was really dirty! | (4) ‘a nice meal in the hotel for the whole holiday ~ not onel We 6 to play tennis but it was always too busy. The hotel hhad too many guests for the facilties’. | (8) in the pool ‘once, but it was really cold! The only good thing was the staff, who (7) very friendly. The town was very beautiful and there was lots to do. We (8) to people staying in other hotels and | think there are definitely better ones than this. Glossary “reception ~ the place in @ hotel where people go wien they frst arrive “faclties — buildings or things for people to use, eg @ gym, a ‘swimming poo}, internet, ete 7 » Complete these text messages about a holiday. Use past tense forms. hs (1) Did you have B he) OK but god holiday? the weather (3) tore. (4) rey dy | got relly wet! ‘8: Oh, no! What did you B: We (5) tots do every day? ‘of museums and galeries and (6) lots of coffee in cafés, & (7) it 8: No,1(8) boring? a but my bate (10) itwas. the worst holiday ever! LISTENING Take notes 1 Complete the tips with the words and phrases in the box. complete sentences Whe?What?- When? Where? words or numbers EE take notes, = Listen for the important information ~ (1) Who? What? When? Where? = Write important (2) = Don't write (3) 2. ©BD This is the story of Gulliver in Lilliput. Listen and complete the notes. Part 4 (4) Big_waves destroy Gullver's ship. He swims to a(n) (2) and falls asleep, When he (3) whe’ tied to the ground. Part2 Hundreds of @) come, They speak a(n) (5) Gullver doesn't Understand, When Gulliver points to his mouth, they bring him (6) Part 3 Gulliver wakes up beside a big temple inthe tiny men’s (7) The 8) ties to talk to Gulver but they don't speak the same language. 3. @BD Listen to the rest of the story and tick () the important information (1-8). Put a cross (xX) beside information that's not very important. Part 4 Part 5 ‘1 There are ten teachers. 5 There are tiny children in Lilliput. 2 Gulliver learns the tiny men’s language. ¥ |6 The emperor asks Gulliver to help him. 3. The emperor tells the soldiers what to do. 7 Blefuscu has many ships. 4. Gulliver is set free. 8 Gulliver stops an attack on Liliput. 4 a Put the pictures in order to tell the story of Gulliver in Lilliput. Use your answers to Exercises 2 and 3 to help you, no ae | b ©BDListen again to all five parts of the story and check your answers. smreacce 5 This story is part of the book Gulliver's Travels. Do you like it? (Why?/Why not?) What do you think happens next? VOCABULARY 2 Forms of transport 1 Use the pictures to help you find the words in the word search. M f(\ | U/T/P/H/H C|R Write the words under the pictures when you find them. fofola[n[cfriv[sfelr [tfalelo[olm[alt fi [e ofefcfelt{K[als fale rhwl t[ricfoln[r[nlo s/t c{e/sls[ali [|r i[efo[r|«|v[R[wle[R «[ fe fo[z[tlale[wly efe[tlulalolelc|sle u[m[e[nlo[t|t[R[ alm 2 Complete the story. Use the words from Exercise 1. P{ifriolP[cfa[nielo My friend tried to travel around the world and he only travelled by (1) plane _ once. He said he loved being up there in the sky. First though, he went to a London (2) station to get a (3) It didn't go all the way to Harwich Port, so he took @ “ the rest of the way. He was lucky because the traffic on the road to the Port was very good. He then took a (5) from Hanwich to Esbjerg, Denmark. He travelled most of his journey from there by coach and train but sometimes he gota lift in a big © He said there were lots of these driving on the roads taking things like food and equipment to different places. And the drivers were always nice. He travelled all the way through Russia, China, South East Asia and India. He said the craziest transport was in Vietnam where he saw whole families riding together on one (7) 2 how could you fit more than two people on one of those?! From India he took his one flight to Australia. He then travelled on a very big (8) all 4 the way back to England. It took one month to get back by seal “ Ci 3 Complete the text with the words in 4 Complete the conversation with the words the box. and phrases in the box. check in check out double meke-ereservation single twin journey pyjamas sign tent toothbrush toothpaste | Receptionist: How can | help you? Tony: Can | (1) make a reservation ? Receptionist: Certain. When woul you lke Never camping again! to stay? Our (1) journey to the campsite was Tony: This weekend for two nights. ec acre cH Reooptiontet: 1s Just you? Would you ke a and missed the campsite. It was reall (2) room? ‘small and the rain ea it hard to es Tony: No, it's for four people. Can | book ‘The first disaster was my own mistake. one (3) Horinwseliand [did't take my @) ane my we and one (6) ———_ mya) Vynaaaaeed foo cece perilelglaTaloel on ie Ok eae il ne 2 night | found out my (6) hada Receptionist: At 2pm on the day of arrival hole. | got really wet ® - it then rained all Tony: iandiohien welleavek What tine) eek. Wspesliay-cver awe) Receptionist: At 11am. Tony: OK. Thanks very much, GRAMMAR 2 Past simple questions and short answers Ask and answer questions about the past 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. completed could couldn't did wasn't Past simple questions and short answers Use: For (1) contpleted actions in the past. Form: Most verbs did + /she, etc + verb: Did he travel by plane? Yes, he (2) 7 No, he didn't be was/were + /you, ete: Who was Fix? Was he a detective? Yes, he was. / No, he (3) could could + I/you, etc + verb: @) Laura answer all the questions? | 2 ) Complete the questions with the words in brackets. You don't need to use could/couldn't. 1 Was the weather (be / the weather) OK? X 2 {he / travel) with you? x 3 {he / play) tennis with you? ¥ 4 {be / they) busy? / y (be / you) happy? x 6 (be / it) sunny? > a b Yes, it was. 6 Yes, he di No, he did't. © Novit wasn't Yes, they were f No.l wasn't a >) Put the words in order to make questions. 1. Lynn / goodbye / say / to her friends? / Did ¥ Did Lymn say goodbye to her friends? 2 Did / give / her a goingaway present? / they 7 3 Did / she / sad / look / at the airport? X 4. it/ Was / a long fight? x Match the questions in Exercise 2 to the short answers (a-f). b )) Write short answers for the questions in Exercise 4a. 1 Yes, she did. 3 2 4 neve was (x5) wasn't (x2) Did you (1) __have __a good holiday? No, it (4) ts) terrible! Oh, no! Why? What (6) so bad? Oh, dear! (7) anything good? No, it (8) twas the worst holiday ever! >») Complete the conversation with the words in the box. Yes, it (2) ‘good. (3) your holiday good? ‘The hotel was horrible, the food awful and the weather was really bad. SPEAKING Ask for repetition 1 Tick (V) the five things you usually need to give when you book a hotel. your name v What you would like for dinner when your fight lands arrival date number of nights your job umber of rooms type(s) of room @ryOGReNH 2 Match the things in Exercise 4 (1-8) to the questions (1-5). What's the name on your reservation? your name. Would you like a single or double? How long are you staying? When do you get here? How many rooms do you need? 1 2 3 4 5 3 ©BDListen to the conversation and choose the correct Information, a, b or c. Name: ‘a Rebecca Johnson —_b__ Rose Johnson Arrival date: a 18th December b_ 8th December Number of nights: a two b three Number of rooms: three b two Types) of rooms: a a single and a double b two singles 4 Complete the Phrasebook with the words and phrases in the box. checkin check out lifts repeat reservation say 5 @BD Listen and check your answers. 6 @BDListen again and repeat the phrases, paying attention to intonation. 7 You want to check in to a hotel. Think about: "= when and for how long. ‘= how many people and what type(s) of rooms. = things that might sound confusing, 8 Write a conversation for Exercise 7 between you and the person working at the hotel. 9 Read your conversation out loud and focus on intonation. Record yourself if you can. Do you sound OK? If not, don’t worry. Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences. Then try again. Cina TST c © 21st December four © a double and a twin PHRASEBOOK Cheek in V'd/We'd like to (41) check in. \/We have a (2) The reservation’s in the name of Where are the (3) 2 Check out We'd lke to (4) please. Ask for repet I'm sorry? Can you (5) that, please? Sorry. What did you (6) 2 100 WRITING Use descriptive language 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. ‘emezing perfectly think when who use descriptive language Use adjectives (big, (1) amazing Use adverbs (late, (2) 5 "= Add details (now, (3) 1 where, why, 4) Y'and opinions (1 (5) ) 2 Read the email and underline the 16 adjectives. Hi Andrea! Moscow is great! We got here late on Monday night. i's an ‘amazing city and really beautiful, but it's so cold and wet here, ‘The weather is really terrible. In the morning we went to a museum. Mum and Dad really liked it, but | found it so boring, ‘The city is really big and we travel everywhere by metro. It's better this way (people drive fast and crazily - it's scary!). ‘Some of the old buildings are fantastic and Red Square was amazing to see. | love the food here. It's brillant because the weather's so cold and there are lots of big hot dishes to eat. ‘See you soon, James 3. Match the meanings (a-h) to the adjectives and adverbs (1-8). 1 amazing ¢ a. very bad 2 temible looks very nice and attractive 3. boring © very surprising (in a good way) 4 beautiful dina way that could not be better 5 perfectly e not on time 6 late f very quick 7 crazily not interesting 8 fast hina way that is not normal and that you do not expect 4c ‘omplete the email with the words from Exercise 3. HIN, Athens is (1) beautiful. with loads of attractive buildings to look at. | love it so ‘much more than the village we stayed in last week. Here Ie is (2) but there it was realy slow and (3) with nothing to do. My Greek is) so it was (6) hard to do anything in the vilage, but here in Athens lots of people speak English (6) We eat ” ‘everynight jst lke the Athenians — usually in a small restaurant at around 10pm. Children are very welcome in restaurants here. The food is also (8) with lots of great dishes I'm eating for the frst time. © See you soon, Tom 5 a You're going to write an email. Make notes. WRITE AND CHECK he Writing plan to hel . re ie eee 6 Write your email. Remember to include adjectives and adverbs in the email. Then WRITING PLAN tick (V) the stages in the Writing pian. i ( Imagine you're on a language course in Sydney, London or New York. Think about: = what things you might do in lessons. = what activities you might do in the aftemoon, = what places you might visit. b Plan your email, Make more notes. Use the ideas you had in Exercise Sa and imagine: = what you did at the weekend, CI = what you did yesterday (Monday). if 1 what you are doing today. a | Plan for a night away 4 Imagine you're going camping somewhere cold for the night. You're only allowed to take five of these things with you. Tick (/) the things you would take. phone g money g Tshirt oO trousers g games console [] a bag oO shoes Qa jumper go toothbrush and sleeping bag] shorts oO socks o toothpaste i coat oO 2 Read about Adam's night away camping. What problems did he have? vas arb oir caroha sare taras io tnd lhade ea cog bt the start everything seemed to go wrong... Vigan nny gs venrkoed ote eel maescorsoeandalmoanes evens, (WA pay games all ight. | remembered my toothbrush pemeery . and things to wash with. | didn't remember my 3 Name three ‘correct’ things and three toothpaste and Nick's tasted horrible. | took my ‘incorrect’ things Adam packed. Name sunglasses, a Tshirt and shorts —| was far too cota three more things he could take. Luckily | also had my jacket in my bag, though. The 1 Correct things: tecthbrush worst thing is forgot my phone. | can't ive without 2 Incorrect things: my phone! it made me really stressed. 3 Other things he could take: CNM gala UNITS (, ! 1. Use the pictures to complete the words. i 1 backpack oe OY tot s t 12 s__ gb t 1g s 4 2 Complete the sentences with words from Exercise 1. 1 Ive lst one of my_earvings_. Its silver. Can you help find it? 2 Myhands are so cold. Ineed my 3. My trousers are too big. | need a 4 Ineed a bigger. Ihave too much stuff to put in my bag, 5 can't believe he's wearing Its 80 cold 6 It's cold outside. Wear your ‘to keep your neck warm. 7 Our schoo! has @ uniform. The boys wear a with their shirt but the gts don't. 8 don't need a coat. My wil Keep me warn, 3. Complete the table with the words and phrases in the box. ‘apple banana bread burger cheese chicken coffee ice cream juice milk mineral water orange pasta pizza rice salad sandwich steak _Frut and vegetables apple Carbohydrates* *Carbohydrates are foods like bread, potatoes, ete. 4 Match the sentences (a-h) to the adjectives (1-8). 1 tied =k _ I'm very worried about my English exam — help! 2 lucky I don’t like studying —| like to sit and watch TV all day. 3 busy © I went to the doctor's today because | was very sick. 4 fit | have too many things to do today ~ where can I start? 5 il € | can't believe it - won a million pounds!! 6 lay 1 My best friend moved to anather country ~ I'm really sad, 7 stressed & | exercise at the gym every morning before school. 8 unhappy fh I went to bed too late last night ~ | need sleep . Res 1 What's more important to you — eating nice food or having nice clothes? Why? 2 What food do you eat when you're ill? 3 Did you eat anything interesting yesterday? What do you think of this restaurant? I'm not sure. (1) There isnt (2) fish —just ‘one or two dishes and (3) @ vegetarian dishes ~ none! Lucy: ts also quite expensive. Look how (5) the burger costs! Mike: OK, let's look for another one. (6) - a restaurants near the station only a few. Lucy: There are (8) ‘behind the station - enough to choose one from. (9) 2 good ftallan restaurant there. Mike: Look how (10) stars it gets for the reviews! Lucy: It sounds great. Let's phone and book it! Complete the conversation with the correct form of the words in brackets. Claire: (1) Did you enjay (you / enjoy) the meal you (2) (have) last night? Lucy: No, 1(3) (do). 14) (be) terrible! Claire: Oh, dear. What was so bad? we (5) (have) to wait an hour for a table, the service was slow and the food was cold | normally (6) (cat) there on my birthday. So do I. 1(7) (eat) there last month and it was good. Did you compiain? No, but (8) (leave) a tip® Glossary tip ‘extra money you give the walter/waitress to say thank you Match Lucy's answers (a-f) to the questions (1-6). | 1 What was the service like? Ae | soup to stat the pst for yn ie cee 3 Was the menu good? for dessert. 4 hat ns te ood he? b esr an hourto gt tal 3 Weel god ve? @ ait wos ‘ea cipenghe. £20 for @ singe pasta dish | 6 a you ca? $ Ox butte water n't pmo much aoton : Choose the correct options to complete the conversation, a, b or c. Not great. The soup was cold and the pasta was cooked too | much. 1 No, there was too much choice. There were over 50 pizzas! Hi Nick, What (1) atthe 1 a doyoudo b @@youGD ¢ did you do | moment? 2a play > 'molaving—c_played 12) __ football in the park. 3 a play b 'mplaying c_ played Again? You (3) footballinthe 4 a play —-b 'mplaying —c_ played | park this morning. 5 a Doyouget b Are you getting ¢ Did you get And | (4) again tonight. 6 a don't = b wasn't didn’t Football eazy (6) myemail? 7 a send amsending sent | No, | (6) 8a is b was c were Strange. | (7) it last night. 9 a come b coming c came What was it about? 10a eat beating © ate (8) my part of the presentation, Perhaps the file was too big. Why dont you (9) tomy house for dinner and we can copy ft What time? We usually (10) at six, So ‘come before then. OK, thanks. See you later. Ta aT IN s[e Tet be at cfol[i[etale 3s aR elvi@tet@lc| a 6 PEN oo JJEJAIN/S| KIL 2 Complete the table with the words from Exercise 1. A}L|S|T Ei SaaS ST riap 7 [Ger Oa alalt[elaltle pen 2 3 Match the things you can buy (ah) to the shops 3 where you can buy them (1-8). 1 toy shop é a medicines 2 chemist b hamsters 3 newsagent © games 4 electronics shop cakes 5 bakers © guitars & pet shop {magazines 7 music shop chicken 8 butcher's fh laptop 4 Complete the conversations the names of shops. ‘Ada: | need to get some sun cream. Zara: Try the (1) chemist on the comer. Joe: Where can | find some = + nice fresh breed? Brian: There's a (2) over there. v Amy: | want to buy a — 4 puzzle for my lite brother. Leon: They/ve got them at the (3) on Hill Road. David: My camera doesn't work. wen: Take it tothe (4) near the station. Inis: There’ no meat in the fridge for the weekend, Elvira: Let's go to the local (5) _ x - They'e still open. 5 Cara: | think this dress is too big for me. 6 Billy: Then take it back to the (6) READING Use things you know to help you read 1 Choose the correct words to complete the tips. REMEMBER HOW TO use tings you know to help you read Look at the te, (GREEDY punctuation and (2) lst / fst ines ony. What's the tnt abou? = (3) Think / Write about the topic (4) before / after ene Pat do you krow about it? = What do you expect to read about? Wat weal you The fo row? 2 Use the tips in the Remember how to box to help you understand the text below. Don't read it all yet. 3. Now read the first paragraph. What's the text about? A. Educating children B Becoming creative © Painting better ‘The most creative people are children. They can use their imagination to paint, make things or play with toys for hours. So how do they do this and how can we become more creative like them? Firstly, we need to get our brains into an open way of thinking so we can think of things in new ways. Here are five ideas on how we can become open and use our thoughts creatively. {] Find aplace where you can be quiet and alone, Don't answer the LE phone or watch Tv. 2) Take your time. You need time for your mind to become quiet after a bus day, Then you can think about what creative things you have to peers pe en aaretises at oom give up ©) Remember that while you're being creative, nothing is a mistake. ] fry Don't be 100 serious. Creating is fun. But try to Keep your mind on the subject. [] Share ideas with people you ke and trust, and always be postive ) aout other people's ideas. Anything can be useful} Creating is ike playing any game or sport. If you know the result before you start or if there's only one correct result, its not a good game. Take risks. 4 Read the text. Tick (V/) the tips in the Remember CL a) how to box that helped you understand the text. Who is the most creative famous person you 5 Read the text again. Tick (/) the tips in the text know? Is that person dead or alive? that you knew before. Find out about that person. 6 Choose the best option to complete the sentences. me Wher co/eea they dae = Why do you think they are/were creative? 1 WeGP/ can't leam from children, = What do you think is/was their best 2 Creativity comes from closed / open minds. ‘creative work? 3 Youneed a lot of / not much time to be creative. 4. Mistakes are good / bad when you'e being creative. Hemaeaee sen eer 5 Being creative is a serious / fun thing. 6 The text gives tips for teenagers only / anybody GRAMMAR 1 Comparative adjectives Compare two things 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. busier fester more than worse ‘Comparative adjectives Use: To compare two things. Form: short adjective +-er (1) _ faster (2) +long | more expensive adject lregular adjectives. bad) (3) Use (4) after comparatives: tS quicker than the bus. Spelling changes: busy > (5) 2) Complete the sentences with the comparative form of the adjectives in brackets. 1 We're better (good) than they are. 2 It's (far) than we thought, 3 He's (bad) than anyone | know. 4 She's (friendly) than he was. 5 We're not (happy) than in the past. 6 Its (big) than | imagined. 7 its (heavy) than it looks. 3 ) Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. Its lato /(at@Dthan you tink — it's almost 9 o'clock now. He's tll / tale tha his dad It's more cheap / cheaper to shop online. Local shops are often more better / beter than big supermarkets. ‘Walking is slow / slower than cycling. It's importanter / more important to try than to succeed. Try to be more poler/polte please 8 He's a year more older / older than she is. 4 »» Complete the conversation with the adjectives in brackets. ‘custome Hello lke to buy an elephant, please. Shop assistant: Perhaps you's like something (4) _smaller_ (small)? Customer: | want something (2) (original) than a cat or dog, Noonene parative form of the ‘Shop assistant: What about a mouse? I's the same colour as an elephant and @) (safe) to keep, Customer: But | want to have something @ (exciting) than a mouse. Shop assistant: We've got some hamsters. They're 6 (funny) than mice. Customer: | don't want that. | want something © (unusual). So ~ an elephant, please ‘Shop assistant: Ah! Let me see ... Sorry, can’t see any in this shop at the moment. They're 7) ___ (popular) in our shop in Ipswich. Maybe you can get one from there. 5 »)) Put the words in order to make sentences. 4. She / than / better / her sister. / sings She sings better than her sister. 2 louder /voice / is / Her / mine. / than 3. further / travels / than / do. /1/ She 4 do./'1/ plays tennis / than / better / She 6 a )») Make comparisons using the words in brackets. 1a mountain / a hill high) A mountain, is higher than.a hill 2 cars / bicycles (expensive) 3 department stores / local shops (big) 4. speaking / wing (easy) 5 aplane / a train (fast) 6 the countryside / the city (quiet) Use the correct form of the word in brackets. rock music vs hip hop (popular) books vs films (interesting) money vs being happy (important) history vs PE (good) English vs my language (easy) snow vs rain (bad) tablets vs smartphones (cool) Beyonce vs Rihanna (talented) football vs tennis (exciting) friends vs family (nice) Bomryoosann 7 ») You decide! Write comparative sentences to say what you think. b Write the adjectives from Exercise 6a beside their opposites (1-6). Opposite adjective Adjective hard/dificutt easy low slow small noisy cheap >») Rewrite sentences 1-6 from Exercise 6a using the opposite comparative adjectives from Exercise 6b. 1 A/hill is lower than a mountain. omsen Hip hap rnusic is nsare popular than. rock music. LISTENING v Use important words to help you listen 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. a describe information instructions opinions things topic REMEMBER HOW TO use important word to hep you listen ™ Listen forthe names of people, places and (1) things They tel you the (2) 5 Listen for adjectives. They (3) things and express (4) 5 ™ Uisten for verbs. Does the text give general (5) (present simple) or (6) (imperatives)? 2 CLDListen to the first part of what the woman says and answer the questions. 4. What is the day called? Buy Nothing Day 2 Where did she hear about it? 3 Where did it start? 4. What does it help us do? the environment and more simply 3. GIBNow listen to the complete recording and decide if these statements are true (7) o false (F). 1. The family didn't eat before they let. F 2 They went by motorbike. 3 The weather was bad 4 They went to more than one place in Newton. 5 Kieran was OK. 6 They went out on Saturday night. 4 CED Listen again and match the nouns you hear (a-g) to the adjectives (1-7). 1 popular b 2 family 2 simple b idea 3 healthy © pionie 4 free o day 5 nice e breakfast 6 hungry f museum 2 7 great g lite 5 Tick (V) the tips in the Remember how to box that helped you. VOCABULARY 2 Money and measurements 1 Complete the table with the words in the box. ent dollar foot kilogram litre metre mile pence pint pound (x2) Money [Weight [Distance [Volume | cent a inch pint kilogram mile litre pound centimetre NoORONE Which is bigger or longer, a or b? gallon pound kilometre pint kilo inch Cr) (P) 3 Complete the conversation with the words and phrases in the box. brand cost original paid price price tag quality spend Bolla: | love your bag. Zina: Thanks. | got it in the street market. | think it's really good for the (1) _price Guess how much It (2) ? Bella: | don’t know ~ 40 dollars? Zina: No. | can’t (3) that much on a bag. Bella: OK. 30 dollars? It’s a famous (4) so it can’t be cheap. Zina: Well, | don’t think it's a(n) (5) but it looks like one and the guy said it was. Actually, | only (6) 18 dollars. The (7) said 20, but | asked him for a better price and here we are. Bella: Wow! And it’s really good (8) Hey ... wait a minute; look ~ itis real. It's ot the special tag inside. | don't believe it! Choose the correct options to complete the text. I always try to (1\GavBy pay money when Ian and £ love going to (2) service / / second-hand clothes shops. Its amazing what you can find if you look carefully, I'm interested in (3) simple / fashion and | like to (4) compare / advise how people looked in the past with now. I'm happy to pay (6) from / for clothes that make me look different and that's why 1 look lke this. Do you like my (6) style / brand? GRAMMAR 2 Superlative adjectives § Compare one thing with the others in a group Youre simply the best: better than all the rest. 1 Complete the grammar table with the words and phrases in the box. the most interesting the-oidest the worst ‘Superlative adjectives Use: To compare one thing with all the others in a group. Form the + short adjective + est (1) the oldest 'm the youngest person in my class. the most +long | (2) adjective Youre the most amazing | 7 person! irregular adjectives | pag) (3) | Were the best of al 2 ) Choose the correct options to complete the text. Of course, you want the (1)(Gesb/ better . That's why \we have the (2) most comfortable / comfortabler seats and the (3) widest / most wide range of food and drinks. Relax and watch the (4) later / latest films atthe (5) most newest / newest and (6) the bigger / the biggest multiscreen cinema complex in town. Come join us! We promise you the (7) wonderfullest / most wonderful time. 3 >) Complete the sentences with the 2 superlative form of the word in brackets. 1. Two Bells and a Ball was the mast interesting (interesting) film | saw last year. 2 In Britain, December is shopping month of the year 3 The (high) score we got this year was 6-0. 4 The (good) score | got in the video game was 8/10. 5 Where's 6 The central square. 7 think fruit is {healthy) food, 8 This wasn't (difficult) homework | did this evening. French was narder. 4» Complete the text with the correct superlative form of the adjectives in the box. (busy) = (near) supermarket? (expensive) shops are in the ‘dry poor rainy rich serious simple unusual ‘Wally: Last winter was the (1) _rainiest for a century. Do you remember a day without rain? But last summer was the (2) for 30 years. No rain for months. What's happening? The weather is changing and | think it's easy to find out why. The (3) reason is that we're all shopping $0 much. Not all of us: The (4) people é don't have the money to shop a lot. OK, but people in the (5) countries do. We all use energy to make things and use things like cars. All this, energy makes heat and the heat goes up into the air and changes the weather. It's the (6) problem we have, So it's all because we want to buy so much stuff. Very strange. Shopping is the (7) ‘explanation for the weather! Jane: Wally: Jane: 5 2) Complete the sentences about the cars with superlative forms of the adjectives in the box. boring cheap expensive fast old popular 41 Ais. the cheapest and 2 Bis and for families. 3 Cis and ar ne SPEAKING Buy things at a market 1 Complete the Phrasebook with the words in the box. ay Oo can do does how that those which would Buy Vd tke 2 GBDListen and check your answers. (1) Would you like ...? 3 @BDListen to the conversations. Match the places (a-d) to (2) Ihave ... 2 the conversations (1-4). 3) ‘one/ones? The/(4) blue one. The/(5) yellow ones. © much is/are ... ? Check that you understand Sorry, did you say ... 2 Sorry, can/could you repeat that? a that mean ... 2 ®) you mean... ? Conversation 1b ‘a. bakers Conversation 2 b- street market Conversation 3 shoe shop Conversation 4 d_ bookshop 4 @D Listen again. Choose what the people say, a or b. Conversation 4 ta tike >» @ie> 2 a Do youmean > Does that mean Conversation 2 3a Sorry, do you say. > Sorry, did you say. 33 Would you tke B Bo you Tike Conversation 3 5 a That > Those . © 3 How much How many 7 a Sony, canyou repeat that ....b Sorry, dd you repeat that Conversation 4 8-2 Which one b Which ones 9 a Ganwe have Would you have . 5 ©BDListen and repeat the sentences with the phrases In Exercise 3. 6 You want to buy something in a market. Write a conversation between you and the seller. Try to use at least four phrases from the Phrasebook. 7 Read your conversation out loud. Record yourself if you can. Do you sound OK? If not, don’t worry, Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences. Then try again. 111%) WRITING Check your writing 1 Complete the tips with the words in the box. comparatives jonary punctuation spetting REMEMBER HOW TO check your writing = Check your spelling, = (A). Spelling sometimes changes when you add 5, -er/est, ing or ed. = Some plurals and (2) /superlatives are iregular. = Use a(3) (or computer spelichecker. = Check your (4) 2 Read the adverts for mobile phone companies. Correct the mistakes. 1. Its good too talk, Its good to talk. 2. Share you're time cheeply. 3. Wer'e hear for you, 4. Travelling to another country? Call we today. 5 The easyest way to make calls. 6 You've tryied the rest. Wer'e the best. 3 Read the text and correct all the mistakes you find. | always get my bread from my local bakers, and buy meat from the butcher's because | know its freshest there. | also buy frut and vegtables from the street market. | only use supermarket's for things | can't buy somewhere else. think its better to suport ‘small shops in your area. The people are ftiedlier too 4 You're going to write about small local shops WRITE AND CHECK and big department stores for a school project. i Make notes. Use the Writing plan to help you © Depettaay seamen Use) ear ermee Eames Then tick (V) the stages in the Writing plan. Remember to: WRITING PLAN = Compare the types of shop. Use comparative and Think about: superlative adjectives. "= what you buy in these shops. oO ® Give examples of the things you buy. Use the ‘words in the unit to help you. = how much these things cost. oO how interesting itis to shop there. Oo Listen actively to other people 4. Tick (V) the good ways to listen actively. Put a cross (X) next to the bad ways, 1 Decide to pay attention. v 2. Do other things while you'e listening. 3. Make and keep eye contact. 4. Sit facing the other person. 5 Think about the message, not only the words. 6 Stop the other person when you disagree with what they say. 7 Think about what you want to say while the other person is speaking 8 Think about the speaker's feelings and encourage them to continue. 2 Look at the pictures. Which picture shows active listening? D 8 teaeaeauiwswna ED ean cortioow wht id bout dont know if ta god idea wrong at the mal but she wont forme to get a smartohone. tak to me ater that and fm afraid ‘he doesn't want tobe my fend ys tharo Tink neyre oo ‘anymore jist. ‘expensive and! dont War 2 minute look at his. SUYAHLO 1943dS34u 3 Write three things the ‘bad listen 1 He isn't looking at her. 2 3 4 AUR aa ay Match the opposites. hot ft calm short far near happy over sunny rude tall sad cold angry under cloudy polite Complete the table with the transport words in the box. boat coach helicopter motorbike plane ship trein tram Land Sea Air train Complete the text with the words in the box. check out checked in flight islands reservation sightseeing single underground (eRe Well, here | am in Athens, Greece. It's fantastic! The (1) flight from London arrived on time and I got the (2) to my hotel, There was a small problem there with the (3), made, but it's OK now. When I (4) . |‘changed the double room they gave me to a (5) . I can't wait to go (6) I'm only here for three days and then | (7) and get a boat to go and see some (8) Next message from the Acropolis! Match the pictures (a-g) with the words (1-7). 4. castle e 2. block of flats 3. bridge 4 square 5. big whee! 6 museum. 7. stadium aS 1 What's the most interesting place that you went to this year? 2 How did you get there? 3 What did you see? 4 How did you feel about the place? 1 Choose the best options to complete the conversation, a, b or c. Where (1) come trom? 112) from a small town in Poland. And you? 13) born in Germany, but we (4) here now. Do you like (5) here? ‘Oh, yes. It (6) difficult at first because | (7) know the language. @ it ifficut to learn? Not realy 1a youdo b areyou © e GOD 2a co bm © have 3a wee was © am 4a lis — b iive ¢ is living 5 a toliving b live © ving 8 a had > did © was Ta didnt bad © couldn't Ba was > dd © had 2 Complete the text with the correct adverb or adjective form of the word in brackets. You need to change the form of some of the words. | try (1) hard __ (hard) at school but some subjects are not very 2) (easy) for me to understand. | don’t do (3) (good) Jn science subjects. My teacher isn't very (4) _ (help). He speaks (6) (quick) and I’m scared to ask questions. | think I'm (6) (good) than most people at creative subjects like art and music, ‘though. Like many teenagers, I'm also (7) (interest) in sport and | can run really (8) (fast). 3 Read the text and write the word which best fits each gap. Central Mall There (1) __are___more than 100 shops in Central Mall and it's (2) great place to.go shopping. You (3) find all the famous brands (4) and also stop to have a coffee or a meal in the cafés or fast food restaurants, There's a multiolex cinema © the top floor. It opened ten years © ‘and I think its stil (7) best in the city | usualy mest (8) fflends there on Saturday evenings. 4. Put the words in order to make conversations. 1. you/ Why / call / me? / didn't Why didn’t you call me? 2 were / busy. / you / thought / | / Because 3 with / phone / your / you. / Keep 4 always /1/ my /in/ bag. / have / it much / How / did / pay for / you / that? cost / It / didn't / much. want / you / Do / meet / the mall? / at / to time / good / is / you? / for / What 115 SPECIAL DAYS VOCABULARY 1 Talk about festivals and celebrations 1 Look at the photos and complete the words. 4 5] celebration the words in the box. celebrate costume decorate fireworks invite wish Hi Mica! 1 Did you know i's Apokries in Greece soon? That's what we call the carnival season. | want to i (1) invite you to come and visit. Can you come? Please say yes. You can see how amazing itis. Let me tell you about it In my hometown of Patras we (2) ‘Apokties in a big way. The Patras Carnival is world famous = it's one of the biggest in Europe. People (3) the streets so they are very colourful and they dress up in (4) sand have a big parade. But before that the celebrations begin with lots of 6 Please come. & Write soon and (6) all your family a Happy New Year for me, Markos PS. Look at the photo | sent you. & 3 Match the sentence endings (a-h) to the sentence beginnings (1-8). got lots of, special meal on New Year's Day. We eat all of my friends, but my dad says | can only ask 40 people. Most people have a the start of spring and hope for a good year. want to invite presents for my birthday. The best one was @ new bike! Musicians play their hair with jewellery. At midnight we wish guitars and drums while people dance. People celebrate party after their wedding Girls decorate everyone ‘Happy New Year’ @ronauNE 4 Complete the conversation with the words and phrases in the box. celebrate decorate give have-eparty have a special meal invite play music present wish Karol: I'm going to (1) have. party next month to (2) my birthday. Will you (3) many people to the party? Yes, all my friends. Do you want to come? Sure, Whats the plan for the big day? First we're going to (4) in a restaurant. Then we're having the party in a hall Sounds cool. Do you need help to (5) the hall? Well, if you have time, you could help put up some decorations. No problem. Are you going to have a DJ or just (6) 2 We're going to have a DJ Great! | can't wait to (7) you a happy birthday! What do you want me to (8) youas a(9) 2 Karol: Nothing. Just come. READING Make notes when you read make notes when you read 2 Only write important words or phrases. (names, places, dates, explanations, etc). 2 Read the article and choose the best title. ‘A. The best day of the week B My feelings © The worst day of the week EVERYONE LOVES THE WEEKEND. You fee! positive and happy that you have free time to relax or do the things you enjoy. But what's the worst day ofthe ‘week? Some people say its Monday because youte back at school or work. On a Monday you can still fel happy about the memories from the weekend. Most people think Friday's @ good day because you start fo think about what you're {going todo at the weekend. For some people Wednesday's the worst. The memories ofthe last weekend are gone and the nex! one is too far away. Whats the worst day for you? For me i’ Tuesday, but conly because | hate maths! TOM 1 3 Read the article again and answer the questions. 1 When do most people feel happiest? at the. 4. Imagine you're going to do a project on people's least favourite days. Underline the useful information from the text. Then make notes for each day. Monday Wednesday Friday Sunday 1 Read the tips and put them in the correct order (1-3). Hove schocl, so Friday, is the worst for me! b_ Decide what information you need (What? Where? When? Why?). 1 © Read the text and underline or highlight important information Sunday, definitly | start to fool sad. You think ‘bout what you'e going | \ to do a school of work 2. Who do you think is happiest on a Sunday night, Hazel, Tor or Nicki? a) ‘Ask people (friends or family) about their least. favourite day of the week. Write notes about: ‘= the day people like the least. = why they dislike it. 147 GRAMMAR 1 Going to Talk about future plans 1 Which sentences use the correct form of going to? 3._»») Write sentences using the negative Choose a or b. form of going to. 1. @ Wegoing to see the parade 4. Paul / not go / to the village fair 0 ete going 6 see the parad Paul isnt going t0 90 t0 the village 2 a Mysister isn't-going to come. fair. b_ Mysister not going to come. 3 @ Are you going go there? Are you going to go there? 2 Paul's parents / not go / to the village fair. 3. Karen's family / not stay / at home for the OMA: May bank holiday. Use: For plans in the future Pe 4 Paul's dad / not celebrate / the May bank holid Jam / You are / He is, etc going to + verb naa Were going to see the parade. Negative 1'm not / You aren't / He isn't, ete going to + verb My sister isn’t going to come, Questions and short answers Am/Are/ls + I/you/she, etc + going to + vero Are you going to go there? Yes, | am. / No, I'm nat. 2 ) Read the conversation and answer the questions, Karen: What are you doing for the May bbank holiday? Paul: We're just going to stay at home. Are you going to celebrate at all? We don't have any plans. What are you going to do? Karen: | think we're going to go to the village fair. | go there every year with my parents. Why don't you come to my village? Maybe. | need to speak to my mum and dad first. 1. Is Paul going to do anything special? 2 What is Karen going to do? 3 Is Paul going to go with Karen? 4 >) Complete the advert with the correct form of going to. The cheese rolling event in Gloucestershire (1)_’s.gaing to happen as usual this year!! People (2) to come from all over the world, so make sure you join us! Usually we use real cheese, but this year we @ to use plastic cheese. Last year Kenny Rackers won the men’s race. @ going to win this year too? There (5) to be four races down and two up the hill. it (6) tobe an exciting day! 5 ») Put the words in order to make questions. 4. many / people / going to / the event? / are / How / watch How many people are going to watch the event? 2 going to / Are / use / real / they / cheese? 3. is / When / the race / start? / going to 4. going to / Who / is / race? 5 people / How / are / many / race? / going to 6 doctors? / be / there / going to / Are / any 6 >) Match the questions (4-6) from Exercise 5 to the answers (a-f). a The race is going to start at 12pm. 3 No, they aren’t going to use real cheese. People from all over the world are going to rave. About one hundred people are going: to race. © Yes, they're going to be there because it's dangerous. Thousands of people are going to watch the event. 7 »)) Read the situations and complete the conversations using going to and not going to. 1. Karen wants to go to the cheese rolling. Paul: Are you going to go to the village fair this morning? Karen: No, I'm not going to go t0 the village fair. I'm going to go to the cheese rolling. 2 Paul doesn’t want to stay at home. He wants to go to the cheese rolling Karen: Are you going to stay at home? Paul: 3. Karen doesn't want to go by car. She wants to go on her bike, Paul: Are you going to go by car? Karen: 4. Paul doesn't want to be late. He wants to leave early. Karen: When are you going to leave? Paul: +80. 5 Karen doesn’t want to buy food. She wants to take a picnic. Paul: Are you going to buy food? Karen: 120 LISTENING Identify positive and negative feelings 1 Look at the examples and match them to the ‘a Yeahl! So pleased | came! It was awful! So boring! © | feel very disappointed. It was too short. PE Identify positive and negative feelings = Listen to what speakers say: = Do they say how they feel? (1) ¢ = Do they use positive or negative adjectives? (2) = Listen to how they speak. Do they sound happy or not? (3) 2 Decide which of these adjectives ate positive, Positive Negative negative or both. Both afraid efreid angry bored cool embarrassed excited funny happy interested nervous relaxed sad_ surprised worried 3 ©BDListen to these people. Do they sound happy or unhappy? Choose the correct answer. 4 happy / unhappy 2 happy / unhappy 4 ©EDListen to the conversations and answer the questions. Choose a, b or c. Michelle John 41 What did John enjoy about the party? a the music ° © the people 2 What Is Michelle going to do at the weekend? a gotoapary — b goonholiday c workona project 3. What did Tamera enjoy about the New Year? (You can choose more than one answer.) a the music the food © the frenorks 4 What is Harry going todo atthe weekend? a gotoapary b goonholiday¢ workona project 5 ©BDListen again and tick (V) the correct answer. Does the speaker sound positive or negative? Conversation 4 Conversation 2 Michelle: Positive[] Negative () Harry: Positive] Negative [1] 6 @BDListen again and write down the positive and negative words each person uses. VOCABULARY 2 Feelings 1. Look at the opinions about emoticons. Tick (7) the ones you agree with and underline the feelings. 1 Ian never have too many emoticons. They make me excited. |] 2 I think people use too many emoticons. It makes me angry! [_] 3 I'm worried | use too many ‘emoticons. [_] 4 Some people should be embarrassed by ‘how many emoticons they use. [_] 2 Complete the text messages with the words in the box. Use the emoticons to help you. afraid angry bored embarrassed excited interested nervous Felaxed surprised worried Don't be im so bored Youll There's nating to be fine You're clever do here. and always get good grades. Tm realy ‘re you about the test tomorrow? Yes, because i's so important, with him, He never does the things | want him to do! Emma looks really S Thanks everyone! Iwas 50 4! She fell over infront - by the of the whole cass, party. | didn't know you ‘were organising it im so. Soare you i Ive got tickets for One Direction! if not | can give the ticket ‘to someone else. I'm feeling so ww after my holiday — no stress at al Don't be ‘2s Its Just an old vampire film. Co) 3. Complete the text with the words in the box. bonfire calendar dress code feeting festival positive RSVP ‘2 Countdown! 3 Hove the (1) feeling _at ths time ol year. There are so many great \Y celebrations and (2) s on the (3) ~ every week there's something happening, Everyone so (4) at the moment. 2 Right, you all have your invites to my Guy Fawkes party, Fireworks and \ eo provided —just bring 3 - ‘some food! Please (6) )(s00n so | know how many drinks to j ® buy. (7) = something i warm © * a 4 Complete the conversation with the words in the box. ‘congratulations giant Good luck! plans predict solution tomorrow mistake Before the pat Archie: How are your (1) plans for (2) going? ought some (3) they're so big. Sounds good! Why do you look worried? I'm worried about how many people will How many people replied? ‘Around 50 people. fireworks ~ Jane: Wow! (4) Your house isn’t that big. Jane: Don't say that. I'm really worried it's going, to rain. Any ideas for (5) if it rains? ‘Archie: My parents have a gazebo*. 1" bring it tomorrow. Jane: Thanks. | think it was a (6) inviting so many people. ‘Archie: Don't worry, it'll be fine. | (7) you'll only get 30 or 40 people. Jane: | hope so. At the party: Archie: Well, (8) on organising such a big event, Glossary * gazebo - lke a tent without sides/walls GRAMMAR 2 Will for predictions Predict things in the future 1 Complete the grammar table with the words in the box. ‘sure think will not won't Will for predictions Use: For predictions about the future. Form: Positive and negative Yyou/he, etc + will/(1) won't + vero will > (2) 3) > won't The price of food will be a problem for your party. But you'll have dinner at the party. A lot of people won't eat tonight. Questions and short answers Will + I/you/she, etc + verb Yes, I/you/it wil. / No, /you/it won't. Note: Use (4) cr don't think + will f you're not (5) She thinks welll have enough food. 2 > Complete the conversation with will and won't. Mal: That was a really interesting lesson in science about things that will or (1) want happen in the future. Tabatha: Some things were interesting and some were frightening. The idea that there (2) be any ice in the Arctic in the summer makes me worried, Mal: And that some seas like the Aral Sea (3) be completely dry makes me a bit nervous about the future. Tabatha: The idea that we (4) log onto our computers: through our brain is exciting, Mal: Also that some scientists think we (5) download our brains onto computers ~ wow! Tabatha: That one’s unlikely. I'm sure not many people think we © do that Mal: Some predictions sounded crazy but the teacher thinks they (7) happen. Like 10km tall buildings and people living to the age of 150. Tabatha: | don’t think either of those things (8) happen, 3 »> Complete the sentences with will and the verbs in the box. be get(x2) know lose miss pass use 4 Don't wear that! You ‘Ul be __ embarrassed. 2 I'm really worried about telling my dad. | know he angry. 3. England have a terrible team. | think they 4. We need to leave now or we ‘the train 5 | know you'te bored, but 'm sure it better soon. 6 Don't ask her for help. She what to do. 7 Don’t worry about the exam. I'm sure you 8 I think people ‘only digital money in the future. 4») Where do you think you'll be at these times? 1. 8 o'clock tomorrow morning: 4. Next August: Til be in bed. 2. Too'clock Saturday morning: 5 Five years’ time: 3. 9 o'clock tomorrow evening: 6 20 years’ time: SPEAKING Give wishes and congratulate people 1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. ‘enjoy good luck happy have 1 Happy _New Year. 2 a 00d weekend. 3 your holiday 4 with your exam, 2 @LBListen to the sounds and match them to the phrases in Exercise 1. 1 Happy New Year. 2 3 4 : 3 @BDListen to the four conversations and answer the questions. Choose a or b. 4 What is she doing fr New Year? a going to a party 2 What is he doing at the weekend? a. playing sport relaxing 3 Where is he going on holiday? a tothe beach skiing 44 What exam does he have? a maths b French 4 Complete the Phrasebook with the words in the box. en birthdey enjoy good wish Pas Heppy (1) birehday_/ New Year Th te (2) him/her a happy ... from me. 6 © Listen again and repeat the phrases, paying Good luck! attention to intonation. Good luck with/in ... 7 What wishes or congratulations would you give the Have a (3) people in these situations? (4) ‘the/your 4 Your classmate won 2 football match eaten eae 2 Your brother is starting in a new school. icolgametionsy 3. Your friend is trying to fix his broken mobile phone. 4. Your cousin is getting married. 8. Write conversations in your notebook for situations 1-3 in Exercise 7. Here is an example for situation 4: Yous When's the big day? Your cousin: We're getting married at the end of July! Yous Congratulations! 9 Read your conversation out loud and focus on your intonation. Record yourself if you can. Do you sound OK? If not, don’t worry. Practice makes perfect. Listen again to the recording of the sentences. Then try again. 124 WRITING Use typical phrases in i tions 1 Complete the tips with the words and phrases in the box. Come and celebrate... Dress code tetsparty! Please join us/me for... RSVP Pe) ‘use typical phrases in invitations "Use these phrases for headings: Let’ celebratel, (1) Lee's party! Use these phrases to invite people: 17d ke to invite you to... , Please come to... (2) @) = Use (4) for special clothes or costumes. = Use (5) by ... to ask for replies to the invitation. 2 Read the invitation and follow the instructions. 1 Underline the event. =~ 2 Underline the phrase used to invite people. 3 Waite the dress code. @ ome and celebrate the: 4. Find out the dat to reply by. De Summer Ball 3 Complete the invitation with the information p Saturday 21stJune in the box. 19:00 tll late for the school leaving party SUE SOT Dress code smart party wear 29th May 18:00 til late Live bands, food stalls, games, ‘ Tickets $50 aie | | RSVP by 13th Please join us for a (1) beach party a e a On (2) = From (3) (oo) ‘Dress code: Hawaiian Holiday ‘A barbecue, beach games and limbo competition, hula dancing RSVP (5) 4 Replace the phrases in italics with the phrases in the box. | want to give you an invitation to Please tell me if you can come by We want you to wear Ve Like To litte you TO Ali's Leaving Party - On Thursday 17th May ‘At 212 Regents Road We're going to play video games, swim in the pool and have a barbecue Dress code: casual clothes RSVP. 10th May 5 You're going to plan a party. Make notes. Use WRITE AND CHECK the Writ to hel . eee 6 Write your party invitation. Remember to include important phrases from the Remember WRITING PLAN how to box. Then tick (/) the stages in the = What type of party i it? Writing plan. = Where and when will it be? ‘= What's going to happen? What will people wear? / What's the dress code? Oo "= When do you want a reply / the RSVP? How do you want people to reply? oO See things in a positive way 1 Read the situations below. Label them with the adjectives in the box. embarrassed scared worried 1 embarrassed 4 Why didn't anyone tell me the dress cade was ‘smart’? People wore amazing clothes and | was just in my shorts and T-shirt. | felt ike an iciot! Ahmed B I really don’t lke big rides and this year for the schoo! trio we're going to a theme park. I's my worst nightmare! Who wants to go on a roller coaster? Shadia 3 | keep thinking about the test all the time. My parents and, teachers tell me I'm going to do really well. But maybe | won't pass and then they won't think I'm so clever anymore. Jessica ATASUNOA MON 2 How can they see their situations in a positive way? ‘Ahmed can Shadia can Jessica can 426 1. Find 12 things we can eat or drink in the word snake. nipschoco, oghurt avorontP late, Coleg csorn to et Niony ca" is 'Potatosoupswee™ : 2 Read the clues and complete the crossword. o clues “ 1 Someone at university who is around 20 years old t 2 someone who isn't old but who is getting old . 3a person in the first 12 years of ite ls 4 someone who was born a few weeks or months ago al 5 someone who is old and doesn't work : 6 someone who is growing up and is nearly a young adult a 3 Replace the words lics with the words in the box. 7 i F ‘angry calm cheerful friendly nice rude shy serious k ‘Amelia is really easy to lke. mice. Lenny is such a happy boy. Jane is not a person who laughs very much. He is very nice and always easy to talk to. Nicki is not happy talking to new people. : She gets very annoyed with her parents. He's always relaxed and never gets angry. IMy friend is not very polite to shop assistants, 4 Complete the descriptions with the names of the shops in the box. eyOaeeNE baker's beekshep butcher's chemist clothes shop department store sports shop shopping centre/mall_ toy shop A_baokshap_ sells things to read. sells meat. sells lots of different things on separate floors. sells medicines, beauty products, etc. sells bread. sells games and things to play with. sells things to wear. sells clothes, bats, ball, rackets and other equipment. has lots of different shops, restaurants and cafés in one big building. Oyo ReNne ALL ABOUT ME 1 Choose three adjectives to describe your personality. 2 How does it make you feel when you have to eat food you don't like? 3 Which shops do you like going to and which ones do you not like going to? Why?/Why not? What (4) ? 12) Zoriguter games at home. Do you want (3) to the mall? Who (2) there? ie) Rat and George. | don't hin i'come, then, Wy not? Youll ave a good time. 1(6) | really don't like Ratt. Why not? He (7) rude. Oh, So, (8) stay at home and play games all day? : gieee 0. > doyoudo ——¢-wilyaudo Tay D goingto play —c- mplaying tog > going © toeoes doyou mest b youmeet are you meeting mest b ‘immecting "meet. won't b ‘mnotgolngto ¢ don't ‘Steing Ds ¢ are willyou b doyou © are you going to 2 Complete the sentences with the correct comparative or superlative form of the adjectives in brackets. 4. Your house is bigger (big) than mine. 2 Let's have the (large) pizza that they make. I'm very hungry. 3 Pop music is (cool) than rock music. 4 Thatwas the (amazing) party ever! 5. Those jeans are (expensive) than these. 6 Give mie the (heayy) ofthe three bags to carry. 7 He woars the (bad) clothes of anyone | know. 8 I need to buy something (cheap) for Karl for his birtnday. 3 Choose the correct option to complete the sentences. 4 What€{e you golng to BD/ wil you do atthe weekend? 2 Some people think we will drive / going to drive flying cars in the future. I'm not so sure. 3. I'm going fo €o/ wil ding toto the shopping contre ths oveing, said meet Mark there. 4 They aren't going to work / won't to work next week. They booked a holiday. 5 Ibellove buings will be / are golng fo belng 10km tll ina hundred yeare from now. & There wil be / wil going to be 10 bilion people inthe word in 2070. 1 saw the predictions in a science magazine. 7 She ls going to meet / wil to meet Paula at 10. They arranged it last week. 8 They won't put / are going to put people on Mars. It's too expensive and not worth it. 4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in the box. buy (x2) play (x2) ride (x2) _visit (x2) 1 1hke _ riding _ my bike around the park 21 Usually my bike around the park on Sunday. 31 imy grandparents last weekend. 41 mmy grandparents next weekend 5 Caroine loves expensive lathes 6 Caroline an expensive tp last Saturday 7 Nick an excelent game atthe moment. 8 Nick anexcellent game the other day. ! | iF