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Jack C. Richards· David Bohlke Student's Book v ~CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

Jack C. Richards· David Bohlke

Jack C. Richards· David Bohlke Student's Book v ~CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

Student's Book

v

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partic ul arl y thank the fo ll ow i ng reviewers :

ple co ntr ib ut ed to th e d evelopm ent of Four Corners. The

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Qu i to, Ecuador; Ale x K. Oliveira,

USA; Elisab eth Blom , Casa Thomas Jefferson , Br asil ia , Br azi l;

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Ro sario , CCBEU - Inter Americana,

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Un i versidad Manuela Beltran , Ba rri o Ced rito s, Co l o mbia ; Ge ra l di n e

Universitario Grupo Sol (Musali), Mexico City,

ltiago Losad a, Centro

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Studies, Department of Information Culture, Niigata-shi, japan; Raym ond Dreyer, Northern Essex Community College, Lawrence, MA , USA; M ary Ke t e r Te rzia n Mega l e, One Way Li nguas-Suzano , Sao Paulo, Brazil; Jaso n Mose r, Osaka Shoin Joshi University, Kashiba-s hi, Japan; Bonn ie Cheese man, Pasadena Community College a nd UCLA American Language Center , Los An ge l es, CA, USA; Sim on Banha, Phil Young's English School, Curit iba, Brazil; Oh Jun II, Pukyong National University, Busan , Ko r ea; Carmen Gehr ke, Quatrum English Schools , Porto Al eg r e, Brazi l; Atsuko K. Yam azaki, Shibaura Institute of Technology , Saita m a, Japan; Wen hsiang Su, Shi Chien University, Kaohsiung Campus, Kaohsiung, Ta iw a n ; Ri c hmond Str o up e, Soka University, World Language Center ,

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and Zai ra Kuri, The

Anglo , Mex i co City,

Mexi co; Alistair

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Technology , Tok y o,

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Abu Dha b i, United Ar ab Em i rates; Le s li e Lott, Embassy CES, Ft

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Fierro Lopez,

Universidad Aut6noma de Baja California, Mexicali ,

Lauderda l e, FL, USA; M . Ma rth a Lenge lin g, Escuela de ldiomas ,

Mexi co;

Mari a del Rocio Do mi nge uz Gao na, Universidad Aut6nom a

Guanajua t o,

Mexico ; Pablo

Fr ias , Escuela de ldiomas UNAPEC , Sa nto

de Baja

California, Tijuan a, M exico; Sa u l Sa nt os Garcia, Un i versidad

Domi ngo, Do m i n ican Repu bl ic; Trac y Va nd e rh oe k, ESL Language Center, To ronto, Cana d a; Kri s Vi cca and Mi chae l Mccolli st er, Feng Ch i a Unive rs ity , Taic hun g, Tai w a n ; Fl av ia Patr icia d o Nasc im e n to

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Dr.

Pinheiro, IBEU Almeida , IBEU

Eli sa Bo rge s, IBEU Ri o, Rio de Ja n ei ro , Braz il ; M a r is tel a Silv a, ICBEU

M art i n End l ey,

Hanyang University , Se ou l , Korea; M a uro Lu iz

Cear a, Ceara, Br azil ; An a Lu cia da Cost a Ma ia d e Copacabana , Co p aca

b a n a, Br az i l; An a Lu ci a Alm eida,

Aut6noma de Nayarit, Nay arit , Mexico; Chri st i an Melendez,

Universidad Catolica lras ema Mora Pabl o,

Mexico; Alb erto Pet o, Universidad de Oxaca , Tehu antepe c, Mexico;

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de El Salvador , Sa n Sa lvad o r, El Salvador ; Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato ,

Manaus, Mana u s,

Brazi l; Maga ly Mend es Lem os, ICBEU Sao Jose

de

Mexico, Me xi co City, Me xi co ; Pil ar Barrera , Universidad Tecn ic a

dos Campo s, Sao Jose d os Ca mpo s, Br azil

; Au

g u sto Pelli grini Fil h o,

de

Ambato , Ambat o, Ecuador; Debor ah Hul ston , University of

ICBEU Sao Luis

, Sao

Lui s,

Br az il ; Le o nardo M e rca

do, ICPNA, Lim a,

Regina, Regina, Canada; Reb ecc a J. Sh e lton , Valparaiso Univers i ty,

Peru; Lu cia Ra

n gel Lu go , Institute Tecnologico de San

Luis Potosi ,

Interlink Language Center, Valparaiso, IN, USA; Tae Lee, Yonsei

San Luis

Potosi, Mexico ; Ma ria Guadalup e Hern and ez

Lozada,

University, Seod aemun -g u, Seo ul , Ko r ea; Cl a ud

ia Th e r eza

In stitute

Tecnologico de Tlalnepantla, Tl a ln e pa ntl a d e

Baz, Mexico ;

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Geo r ge Tru s co tt , Ki nki University, Os a k a, Ja p a n ; Bo - Kyun g Lee, Hankuk Un i versity of Foreign Studies , Seo ul , Ko rea; Andy Bur ki,

Korea University, International Foreign Language School, Seoul , Korea ; Jin se o Noh , Kwangwoon Un i versity , Seoul, Ko r ea; Nad ezhda Na zarenko , Lone Sta r Co ll ege , Housto n , TX , USA; Caro l yn Ho , Lone

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Th e a uth o r s would al so lik

p ro du ct io n, and

University Pre ss staff and advisors arou nd t h e w orld for their

co nt ri bu t i o ns and ti rel ess

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t o th a n k t h e Fo u r Co rn e rs editorial ,

new m edi a tea m s, as w ell as th e Cambridge

co mmi t ment to q uality.

Scope and sequence

Grammar Vocabulary

Grammar

Vocabulary

Welcome Un i t Classroom language

Pages 2- 3 Pag e 4

Students can

 

"' introd uce themselves and others

 
 

v

say he llo and good-bye

 

Pages 5- 14

New fri ends

 

Students can

 

The verb be Po ssess ive adject i ves

Name s and

titl es

A

What's your name?

"'

as k for and say names

Int ere st ing job s

B

How do you spell it?

"' spell names talk about where people are from and what they do

"'

Sub j ect

prono uns

CAre you a student?

 

Yes I no questions with be

D

Names and jobs

r;;-

discus s people's names and

jobs

 
 

Pages 15- 24

People and places

 

Students can

 

Plural subject pronouns Qu est i ons with be Who and How old

Nationalitie s Family members Numbers 0- 101

A

Where are you from?

"'

as k

for

B What 's your email address?

"'

as k for

and say people ' s nationalit ies and give phone numbers and

 

email addresses

w

ith be

 

C

Family

"'

identify family members and give their ages

 

DFamily and friends

 

"' give i nformat i on about fam ily and fr iends

Pages 25 - 34

What's that?

 

Students can

 

Demonst ratives Art i cles a and an Plurals Possessive pronouns Wh os e 'sand s'

Everyday item s Clothes and color s

A is this your note book?

"'

ask about and identify everyday items

B What's this calle d in English?

"'

as k

wh at someth i ng is

called in Eng lish

 

C Clothing

 

"'

ta lk about clothes and possessions

D

Favorite things

"' descr ibe fa vor ite possess i ons

Pages 35 - 44

Pages 35 - 44

Daily life

 

Students can

 

Simple present

Ways of gettin g

A

Getting around

"'

describe how people get around

st

atements

around Days of the wee k and routin es

B

What time is it?

"'

ask for and t ell the time

Simple presen t yes I no

C

My routine

"'

as k

and answer quest i ons about routines

questions

 

D

My weekend

"' de sc ribe th e things they do on weekends

 
 
 

Pages45-54

Free time

 

Students can

Adverbs of frequen cy

Online ac ti vit ies

A

Online habits

"'

tal k about thei r online habits

Simple presen t Wh-

Le isure ac ti vit i es

and

B

How much is it?

"'

ac cept and decline help

questions w ith do

places

C What do you do for fun?

"'

ask and answer questions about leisure activit ies

DOnline fun

 

"'

discuss how they use technology

 

Pages 55 - 64

Work and play

 

Students can

Simple present Wh -

Jobs

A

What does she do?

 

"'

ident ify and tal k about jobs

questions w ith does

Abilities

B

Can

I speak to

?

"'

as k for someone on the t elephone

Can for ability

 

"'

have som eone wait

And, but, and or

C

Can you sing?

 

"'

describ e the ir talents and abilities

D Work and study

"'

t al k about st udy and wor k programs

Functional

Listening and

Reading and

Speaking

language

Pronunciation

Writing

Interactions:

 

• Introductions

Sayi ng

hello

• Greetings

Saying good-bye

 

Interactions:

Listening:

Reading:

• Class introductions and greetings

As ki ng for spelling

Spelling names

"Famous Names"

Keep talking: Name circle

Pronunciation:

An article

• Class name list

Contractions

Writing:

• Guessing game about famous people

 

My name

Keep talking: "Find the differences" activity about jobs and cities

 

• Quiz about celebrities

Interactions:

Listening:

Reading:

• True and false information about people

Ask i ng for someone's phone number Ask i ng for someone's email address

Directory Assistance calls Information forms People I know

Pronunciation:

Word stress

"People in My Life" Photo captions

Writing:

My friends

Keep talking: Interviews with new identities

• Information exchange about family members

• Presentation about friends

Class

survey for new contact informat ion

Keep talking: Family trees

Interactions:

Listening:

Reading:

• Questions and answers about personal items

Asking what

Things around the

"What's your favorite

Keep talking: Things in the closet

someth i ng is

classroom

item of clothing? "

• Memory game about everyday items

Favorite things

Awebpage

• Personal items and their owners

Pronunciation:

Writing:

Keep talking: "Find the differences" activity about

Plurals

My favorite thing

clothing colors

Interactions:

Asking the time

Listening:

Times of different events Angela 's routine

Reading:

"What's your favorite day of the week?"

A message board

• Presentation of favorite things

• Survey about getting to school and work

Keep talking: Transportation facts

• Interview about the times of specific events

• Interview about routines

 

Pronunciation:

Writing:

Keep talking: "Find someone who" activity

Reduction of to

About my weekend

about routines

 

• Survey about busy weekends

Interactions:

Listening:

Reading:

• Comparison of online habits

Declining help

Shopping

" Fun Online Activities"

Keep talking: Interview about online habits

Accepting help

Favorite websites

An article

• Role play of a shopping situation

Pronunciation:

Writing:

• Interview about leisure activities

Stress in numbers

Let's chat

Keep talking: Interviews about fun activities

• Discussion about favorite websites

Interactions:

Listening:

Reading:

• "Find

someone who " activity about jobs

As ki ng for someone on

Telephone calls

"Overseas

Keep talking: Memory game about jobs

the phone

Ads for overseas

Opportunities"

• Role play of a phone call

Hav i ng someone wait

programs

A

magazine article

• Interview about abilities

Pronunciation:

Writing:

Keep talking: Board game about abilities

Can and can't

My abilities

• Discussion about study and work programs

Welcome

Introducing yourself

A Listen and practice.

Simon: Hello. I'm Simon .

Chen: Hi, Simon . My name is Chen.

Nice to meet

you .

Simon: Nice to meet you, too.

B

Pair work Introduce yourselves.

Nice to meet you, too . B Pair work Introduce yourselves. Introducing someone else A Listen

Introducing someone else

A Listen and practice.

Simon: Chen, this is my friend Sofia.

Sofia:

Chen: Nice to meet you, too, Sofia.

Hi, Chen . Nice to meet you.

B

Group work Introduce your partner

from Exercise 1 to another classmate.

you, too, Sofia. Hi, Chen . Nice to meet you. B Group work Introduce your partner
you, too, Sofia. Hi, Chen . Nice to meet you. B Group work Introduce your partner

2

Hi and bye

A 11111))) Listen and practice.

Hi and bye A 11111))) Listen and practice. Simon: Hi , Chen! Chen: Good morning, Simon!

Simon: Hi , Chen! Chen: Good morning, Simon! How are you? Simon: I'm fine, thanks. And you? Chen: Fine, thank you.

I'm fine, thanks. And you? Chen: Fine, thank you. Simon: See you later, Chen! Chen: Bye,

Simon: See you later, Chen! Chen: Bye, Simon!

B 11111))) Listen to the expressions. Then practice the conversation again with the

new expressions.

Saying hello

Hi .

Hello .

Good morning.

Good afternoon.

Good evening.

Hi . Hello . Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Saying good-bye Bye. Good-bye. See you.

Saying good-bye

Bye.

Good-bye.

See you.

See you later.

See you tomorrow.

C Class activity Say hello to your classmates and ask how they are. Then say good-bye.

I c

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Compare a nswers.

Cover the picture .

Go to page

1 2 .

What's your name?

Cover the picture . Go to page 1 2 . What's your name? My name is

My name is Marisa .

. Go to page 1 2 . What's your name? My name is Marisa . ~

~

Ask and answer questions.

your name? My name is Marisa . ~ Ask and answer questions. Interview your partner. R

Interview your partner.

Marisa . ~ Ask and answer questions. Interview your partner. R o l e - p

Role-play the situat ion.

unit LESSON A • Names and titles • The verb be; possessive adjectives LESSON B
unit LESSON A • Names and titles • The verb be; possessive adjectives LESSON B
unit LESSON A • Names and titles • The verb be; possessive adjectives LESSON B

unit

LESSON

A

Names and titles

The verb be; possessive adjectives

LESSON

B

Asking for spelling

LESSON

C

Interesting jobs

Subject pronouns:

yes I no questions with be

LESSON

D

Famous

Reading:

Names"

Writing: My name

War111-up

Popular names in the United States

My name War111-up Popular names in the United States 1. Jacob 2. Michael 3. Ethan 4
My name War111-up Popular names in the United States 1. Jacob 2. Michael 3. Ethan 4

1. Jacob

2. Michael

3. Ethan

4 . Joshua

5. Daniel

1. Jacob 2. Michael 3. Ethan 4 . Joshua 5 . Daniel 1. Emma 2 .

1. Emma

2 . Isabella

3.

Emily

4.

Madison

5.

Ava

0
0

Source: www.ssa.gov/OACT/ babynam es/

A Check (./) the popular names.

B Say ten popular names in your country.

5

Whats your name? 1 Language in context First day of class Listen to Ms. Peters

Whats your name?

1

Language in context First day of class

Listen to Ms. Peters meet her students on the first day of class. Un derl i ne the names .

Hi. What's your name?

name is Linda.
name is Linda.

Ms . Peters. My first

Hello. everyone. I'm your teacher.

2

Vocabulary

Names and titles

A ''' Listen and repeat.

first name

~

mi ddle nam e

~

last I fa mi ly name

/

Jennifer Ann Wilson

f ul l name

Miss Gomez = a single woman

Mrs. Chow = a married woman

Ms. Peters = a single or married woman

Mr. Adams = a single or married man

B Pair

co mpare

My firs t name is

My family name is

work Complete the sentences with your own information . Then answers .

My full name is

My

teacher 's name is

Grammar

What is

(What's)

What are

Grammar What is (What's) What are . "'~-~, ~·::·~,,, ~ ossessi~e adjec~i~~s ~ . your name?

.

"'~-~,

~·::·~,,,

~

ossessi~e adjec~i~~s ~ .

your name?

his name?

her name?

your names?

their names?

My name is Maria.

His name is Ricardo.

Her name is Yoko.

Our names are Maria and Jason.

Their names are Ricardo and Yoko.

A Circle the correct words. Then compare with a partner.

unit

1.

Maria is a student. His I ~last name

is Gomez .

2.

Ms . Pet ers is I are our teacher. Her I Their first name is Linda.

3

. My name

is Jason. What's our I your

name ?

4

. Anna and Bruce is I are students. Her I Their teacher is Miss Brown.

5

. Th eir

first

names is I are Yoko and Ricardo .

6. Hello, everyone. I' m Miss Diaz . What are your I his

names?

B Complete the conversation with the correct words.

Then practice in a group.

A: Hello. Welcome to English class.

 

What

is

your name, please?

B:

name is Pam.

A:

And what's

last name, Pam?

B:

My last name

 

Nelson .

A:

OK . And

is your name?

C:

Ji - ah .

farnily name is Lee.

Speaking My name is

Ji - ah . farnily name is Lee. Speaking My name is A Class activity Meet

A Class activity Meet your classmates. Say your first

and last name.

A: Hello. My name is Oscar Martinez. What ' s your name? B: Hi. My name is Susana Harris. A: It's nice to meet you.

B:

Nice to meet you, too .

B Share your information.

A: What's his name? B: His name is Oscar Martinez. What's her name?

A:

Sorry, I don ' t know.

Keep talking!

Go to page 125 for more practice.

her name? A: Sorry, I don ' t know. Keep talking! Go to page 125 for

I c

ask for and say names.

How do you spell it? The alphabet A Listen and repeat. B Pair work Say

How do you spell it?

The alphabet

A Listen and repeat.

How do you spell it? The alphabet A Listen and repeat. B Pair work Say a

B Pair work Say a letter. Your partner points to it. Take turns .

2 Interactions

Your partner points to it. Take turns . 2 Interactions A Listen and practice. Donald: Hello.

A Listen and practice.

to it. Take turns . 2 Interactions A Listen and practice. Donald: Hello. My name is

Donald: Hello. My name is Donald Wang. Clerk: How do you spell your first name? Donald: D-0-N-A-L-D. Clerk: And how do you spell your last name? Donald: W-A-N-G.

Asking for spelling

How do you spell your first name? How do you spell your last name?

B Pair work Practice the conversation again with these names.

John Evans

A: Hello. My name is john Evans. B: Hello, john. How do you spell your first name? A: j-0-H-N. B: And how do you spell

Cindy Douglas

Antonia Lopez

Richard Wu

?

Listening Spell it!

A Listen to

four people spell their names. Check (./ ) the correct answers.

unit

1. [lf Steven

2.

0

Dina

3.

0

Kelly

4 . 0

Bryan

0

Stephen

0

Dena

0

Kerry

0

Brian

B Listen to

the conversations . Write the names.

H

E L L 0.

My name is

George

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Mrs.

First name

Last name

ID GYM _ Watkins Mr. Mrs. First name Last name Welcome, students! Speaking A class list

Welcome, students!

Mr. Mrs. First name Last name Welcome, students! Speaking A class list Class activity Ask your

Speaking A class list

Class activity Ask your classmates for their names. Make a list.

A: What's your first name? B: Tyler.

First names

Last names

Tyler

Larsen

Lindsey

Fisher

Marcela

Perez

Evan

Howley

Dmitri

Benos

 

le

spell names.

 

A:

How do you spell it ?

B: T- Y- L-E- R. A: And what's your last name? B: Larsen.

Are you a student? 1 Vocabulary Interesting jobs     A Listen and repeat. Gael

Are you a student?

1

Vocabulary Interesting jobs

 
 

A

Listen and repeat.

Interesting jobs     A Listen and repeat. Gael Garcia Bernal is an actor. Jeon Do-yeon
Interesting jobs     A Listen and repeat. Gael Garcia Bernal is an actor. Jeon Do-yeon

Gael Garcia Bernal is an actor.

Jeon Do-yeon is an actress .

Alex Hornest is an artist.

He 's

from Mexico.

She's from South Korea.

He' s from Brazil.

She's from South Korea. He' s from Brazil. Brooklyn Decker is a model . She's from
She's from South Korea. He' s from Brazil. Brooklyn Decker is a model . She's from

Brooklyn Decker is a model . She's from the United States.

Lang Lang is a musician. He's from China.

Diana Krall is a singer. She's from Canada.

B Pair work Name other people for each job.

 

A:

jet Li is an actor.

 

B: Yes. And Cate Blanchett is an actress.

 

2

Conversation

My friend the musician

Listen and practice.

Conversation My friend the musician Listen and practice. Sandy: Hey, Jacob! Jacob: Oh, hi, Sandy. How's

Sandy: Hey, Jacob! Jacob: Oh, hi, Sandy. How's it going?

Sandy: Good, thanks.

This is my friend Kevin .

Jacob: Hi. Nice to meet you.

Kevin:

Nice to meet yo u, Jacob.

Jacob: Are you a student here? Kevin: No, I'm not. I'm a musician.

Sandy: Kevin is from England .

Jacob: Oh? Are you from London? Kevin: No, I'm not. I'm from Liverpool.

Grammar .-»)

unit

Grammar .-») unit I'm a musician. Am I in your class? Yes, you are. No, you're

I'm a musician.

Am I in your class? Yes, you are.

No, you're not. I No, you aren't.

You're a student.

Are you from London?

 

Yes, I am.

No,

I'm not.

Kevin is from Liverpool. He's from Liverpool.

Is he a singer? Yes, he is.

No, he's not. I No, he isn't.

Sandy is a student. She's a student.

Is she from Canada? Yes, she is.

No,

she's not. I No, she isn't.

Liverpool is in England. It's in England.

Is your name John? Yes, it is.

No, it's not. I No, it isn't.

Contractions I'm = I am

you're =you are

he's = he is

she's = she is

it's= it is

A Match the questions and the answers. Then practice with a partner.

1 . Is your first name Jacob? _d_

2. Are you from Liverpool?

3.

Is she from the United States?

4 . Is 5 . Is

she a musician? Will Smith an actor?

6. Is Caracas in Peru?

not. I'm from London.

b. Yes,

c. No, she's not. She's an artist.

ct. Yes, it is. And

e. No, it's not. It's in Venezuela.

f . Yes, she is. She's from California .

a.

No, I'm

he

is. He's a singer, too.

my last name is King .

B Complete the conversations with the correct words. Then practice with a partner.

1.

A:

le

your first name Don?

3.

A:

your teacher from England?

B:

No,

not. It's Jeff.

B:

No, she

2.

A:

you from Mexico?

4.

A:

you a model?

B:

Yes,

I

. I'm from Mexico City.

B:

No,

not. I'm a singer.

Pronunciation Contractions

~

-4

Listen and repeat. Notice the reduction of contractions.

I am-I'm

he

is -

he's

it is -

it's

are not -

aren't

you are -

you're

she

is -

she's

is

not -

isn't

Speaking Ten questions

Group work Think of a famous person with a job from Exercise 1. Your group asks ten questions and guesses the name. Take turns.

A: Is the person a man?

B:

No, she's not .

C: Is she an actress?

Keep talking!

Student A go to page 126 and Student B go to page 128 for more practice.

I c

talk about where people are from and what they do.

Names and jobs 1 Reading A Look at the pictures. What are their names? B

Names and jobs

1

Reading

A Look at the pictures. What are their names?

B Read the article. Are they all singers?

Famous Namesare their names? B Read the article. Are they all singers? Actor Tom Cruise uses his

B Read the article. Are they all singers? Famous Names Actor Tom Cruise uses his middle

Actor Tom Cruise uses his middle name as his last name . His full name is Thomas Cruise Mapother. Tom is short for Thomas,

Shakira is a singer from Colombia. She uses only her first name. Her full name is Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll.name is Thomas Cruise Mapother. Tom is short for Thomas, ~/~ : . ' ~ '

~/~ :.

'

~

'

.·

.

.

Kaka is a soccer player from Brazil. His full name is Ricardo lz ecson dos Santos Leite . Kaka is his nickname.

is Ricardo lz ecson dos Santos Leite . Kaka is his nickname. Zhang Ziyi is an
is Ricardo lz ecson dos Santos Leite . Kaka is his nickname. Zhang Ziyi is an
is Ricardo lz ecson dos Santos Leite . Kaka is his nickname. Zhang Ziyi is an

Zhang Ziyi is an actress from China, Zhang isn't

her firs t name . It's her family name. In China,

family

nam es come first.

Jay-Z is a hip-hop singer from the United States. Jay-Z is his nickname. His real name is Shawn Corey Carter.

Madonna is not a nickname for this singer. It's her first name. Her full name is Madonna Louise Veronica Ci ccone .

C Read the article again. Complete the sentences with the correct words.

1. Tom Cruise uses his middle name as his last name.

2 . Shakira uses only he r

3 , Ricardo lzecson dos Santos Leite's

name.

is Kaka.

4 .

Ziyi is not Zhang Ziyi 's

name .

5,

]ay-Z's

name is Shawn Corey Carter.

6.

Madonna Louise Veronica Ciccone is Madonna's

name.

D Pair work Tell your partner about another famous person's name.

"Rain is a sin3er, actor, and model from South Korea. Rain is his nickname. His real name is }eon3 }i-hoon."

Writing My name

unit

A Write sentences about your name. Use the model to help you.

My Name My full name is Anthony Steven Johnson. My nickname is Big Tony. Tony is short for Anthony. My middle name is Steven, and my last name is Johnson.

B Group work Tell your group about your name.

Speaking Celebrity quiz

A Pair work Ask and answer the questions about celebrities.

1. He's an actor from Hong Kong. His initials are J. C. What's his name?
1. He's an actor from Hong Kong. His initials are J. C.
What's his name?
" His name is Jackie Chan."
2 . She's an actress from Spain. Her last name
What's her first name?
is Cruz.
3.
He's a soccer player from England. His first name is David.
What's his last name?
4.
She's an actress and singer. Her nickname is J-Lo.
What's her name?
5.
He's an actor from Australia. His first name is Russell.
What's his last name?
6.
She's an actress from the United States. Her last name is
Jolie? What's her first name?
B
Pair work Create a quiz. Write three sentences
about a celebrity.
He 's
He 's
a tennis player.
from Switzerland.
His first name is Roger.
C
Group work Say your sentences to another pair.
They guess the celebrity. Take turns.
A: He's a tennis player.
B:
Is he Rafael Nadal?
Ao No, he isn't . He's from Switzerland .
~
~
~

I c

discuss people's names and jobs.

Nadal? • Ao No, he isn't . He's from Switzerland . ~ ~ ~ I c

13

Wrap-up

1 Quick pair review

Lesson A

Do you remember? What are your classmates' last names? Answer

with the information you remember. You have two minutes.

A: Her last name is Fernandes. B: Yes, it is . And his first name is Oscar. What's his last name? A: It's Medina.

Lesson B Test your partner!

Say your full name. Can your partner write it

correctly? Check his or her answer. You have two minutes.

First name

Middle name

Last I Family name

Lesson C Brainstorm!

You have one minute.

Make a list of interesting jobs. How many do you know?

Lesson D Guess!

Describe your favorite celebrity, but don't say his or her

name! Can your partner guess the name? Take turns. You have two minutes.

A: He's a sin3er and a musician. He's from En3land. He's in Coldplay. B: Is he Chris Martin? A: Yes!

Z In the real world

What is your favorite movie? Go online and find information in English about five actors or actresses in t he movie. Then write about them.

• What are their names?

• Where are they from?

Actors in "Star Wars" My favorite movie is "Star Wars." Harrison Ford is an actor in the movie. He 's from the United States

My favorite movie is "Star Wars." Harrison Ford is an actor in the movie. He 's

14

unit LESSON A • • Plural subject pronouns; questions with be Nationalities LESSON • Asking

unit

unit LESSON A • • Plural subject pronouns; questions with be Nationalities LESSON • Asking for
unit LESSON A • • Plural subject pronouns; questions with be Nationalities LESSON • Asking for

LESSON

A

• Plural subject pronouns; questions with be

Nationalities

LESSON

• Asking for

B

someone's phone number

• Asking for someone's email address

phone number • Asking for someone's email address LESSON C • Family members • Who and

LESSON

C

• Family members

Who and How old with be

LESSON

D

• Reading: "People in My Life"

• Writing: My friends

Warn1-up A Write the names of the countries .
Warn1-up
A
Write the names of the countries .

B Say the names of five other countries in English.

My friends Warn1-up A Write the names of the countries . B Say the names of

15

Where are you from? 1 Vocabulary Nationalities A Complete the chart with the correct nationalities.

Where are you from?

1

Vocabulary Nationalities

A Complete the chart with the correct nationalities. Then listen and check your answers.

----

Mexican

American

South Korean

Chilean

Greek

Spanish

Canadian

Brazilian

Saudi

Peruvian

British

Chinese

Turkish

Thai

Ecuadorian

Colombian Japanese ./Australian
Colombian
Japanese
./Australian

Country

d o r i a n Colombian Japanese ./Australian Country · Ctiina Nationality Australian B Pair

·

Ctiina

Nationality

Australian

./Australian Country · Ctiina Nationality Australian B Pair work Take turns. Say a famous name. Your
./Australian Country · Ctiina Nationality Australian B Pair work Take turns. Say a famous name. Your

B Pair work

Take turns.

Say a famous name. Your partner says his or her nationality.

A: Bill Cates. B: He's from the United States. He's American.

Nationality

Language in context New neighbors

Listen to Brad and Emily Hill talk about the ir new neighbors. What are their names?

1C

talk about the ir new neighbors. What are their names? 1C Brad: Who are they? Emily:
talk about the ir new neighbors. What are their names? 1C Brad: Who are they? Emily:

Brad: Who are they? Emily: Oh, they're our new neighbors, Carlos and Claudia. Brad: Are they musicians? Emily: Yes, they are.

Brad: Where are they from? Emily: They're from Brazil. Brad: What city are they from? Emily: They're from Manaus.

Grammar

unit

Plural subject pronouns; questi~ ns with be

Where are you and Sakura from? We're from Japan. What city are you from? We're from Osaka . Are you Japanese?

Where are Carlos and Claudia from? They're from Brazi I. What city are they from? They're from Manaus. Are they Brazilian?

Yes, we are. No, we're not. I No , we aren't .

Yes, they are. No , they're not . I No , they aren't.

Contractions we're = we are

they're = they are

Complete the conversations with the correct words. Then practice with a partner.

1.

A: Where are

you

from?

B: We're from Mexico.

A: Oh?

city are you from? Are you from

Mexico City?

B: No, we

from Monterrey.

2 .

A:

Jim and Carly American?

B: No, they

. They

Canadian.

A: What city in Canada are

B: They

from Toronto.

from?

A: What city in Canada are B: They from Toronto. from? Pronunciation Word stress A Listen

Pronunciation Word stress

A

Listen and repeat. Notice the

••

Greek

British

stressed syllables in the nationalities .

•••

Brazilian

Chinese

B

Listen . Underline the stressed syllable in each nationality.

Japanese

Australian

Spanish

Thai

5 Speaking That's not correct!

A Write three false sentences about people, countries , or nationalities.

B Group work Share your sentences. Your group corrects them . Take turns.

A: Toronto and Vancouver are in Greece. B: No, they aren't. They're in Canada.

1. Toronto and Vancouver are

in Greece .

2. Venus and Serena Williams are Ecuadorian . 3. Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe are British.

Keep talking!

Go to page 127 for more practice.

I c

ask for and say people's nationalities.

What's your email address? 1 Numbers 0 to 10; phone numbers; email addresses A Listen

What's your email address?

1 Numbers 0 to 10; phone numbers; email addresses

A

Listen and repeat.

0 to 10; phone numbers; email addresses A Listen and repeat. B Listen and repeat. Notice

B Listen and repeat. Notice that people sometimes say "oh" for "zero" in

phone numbers.

281-363-2301 = "two-eight-one, three-six-three, two-three-zero-one"

602-374-41 88 = "six-oh-two, three-seven-four, four-one-eight-eight"

C Listen and repeat. Notice the way people say email addresses.

susan8k@cup.org = "susan -eight-K-at-C-U-P-dot-org"

jun_akita@ email.com = "jun-underscore-akita-at-email-dot-com"

2 Interactions

2 Interactions A Listen and practice. Stacy: Hey, Emma. What's your

A Listen and practice.

2 Interactions A Listen and practice. Stacy: Hey, Emma. What's your phone number? Emma:

Stacy: Hey, Emma. What's your phone number? Emma: It's 309-403-8708.

Stacy:

What's your email address ?

Emma: It's emma@cup.org.

Stacy: Thanks!

address ? Emma: It's emma@cup.org. Stacy: Thanks! B Listen to the expressions . Then practice the

B Listen to the expressions . Then practice the conversation again with the

new expressions.

Asking for someone's phone number

Asking for someone's email address

What 's

your phone number?

What 's

your email address?

What 's

your number?

What's your email?

C Pair work Practice the conversation again with the information below.

978-887-8045

ej5@cup.org

604-608-4864

emma_jones@email.com

Listening What name, please?

unit

A Listen to four people call Directory Assistance for phone numbers.

Check (./) the correct answers.

1.

Carlos Moreno

0

333-822-1607

[lJ 323-822-1607

2.

Lucy Chang

0

662-651-0410

0

662-615-0410

3.

Michael Ashcroft

0

866-279-9400

0

866-279-9500

4 .

Beatriz J. Lago

0

341 -360-7450

0 341-360-4570

B l)) Listen to three people give their names, phone numbers, and email addresses.

Complete the forms.

C\~ MADISON ENGLISH

email addresses. Complete the forms. C\~ MADISON ENGLISH SCHOO REGISTRATION City Library CARD APPLICATION Fi rst

SCHOO

REGISTRATION

Complete the forms. C\~ MADISON ENGLISH SCHOO REGISTRATION City Library CARD APPLICATION Fi rst name:
Complete the forms. C\~ MADISON ENGLISH SCHOO REGISTRATION City Library CARD APPLICATION Fi rst name:
Complete the forms. C\~ MADISON ENGLISH SCHOO REGISTRATION City Library CARD APPLICATION Fi rst name:

City Library

CARD APPLICATION

Fi rst name: -~M~'~'ch=a=e~I

First name:

First name:

Middle name: -~J~o~hn~_

Middle initial: --~

Family name:

Last name: ------

Last name: ------

City: ---~D~a/~/a~s

Phone:

Phone:

Phone:

Email:

Email:

Email:

_

_

Speaking

A new number and email address

A Write a new phone number and email address.

My new phone number:

My new email address :

B Class activity Ask five classmates for their names, new phone numbers, and new email addresses. Complete the chart with their answers.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Name

C Share your information.

Phone number

Email address

A: What's her name and phone number?

B: Her name is Fatima. Her phone number is 212-691-3239. A: What's her email address?

B: Her email is

I c

ask for and give phone numbers and email addresses.

Family 1 Vocabulary Family members A Listen and repeat. grandmother Sarah Mills brother Jack Olson

Family

1 Vocabulary

Family members

A Listen and repeat.

grandmother Sarah Mills brother Jack Olson -
grandmother
Sarah Mills
brother
Jack Olson
-

B Pair work Ask and answer the questions about the family in Part A.

1.

Are Sarah and Roger Mills single?

3.

Are Sarah and Roger grandparents?

2.

Are Michael and Helen brother and sister?

4.

Are Wendy and Jack parents?

Conversation Who's that?

Listen and practice.

Lance: Who's that? Jack: That's my sister. Her name is Wendy. Lance: How old is she?

Jack: She's seven .

Lance: Is she your only sister?

Jack: Yeah. Lance: And who are they?

Jack:

They're my gran dparents.

Lance: Wow. They look young.

And who's he? Jack: That's me!

are they? Jack: They're my gran dparents. Lance: Wow. They look young. And who's he? Jack:

Grammar

1

Who's that? That's my sister.

How old is she? She's seven (years old).

Who and How old with be

Who are they? They're my grandparents . How old are they? They're 70 and 66.

A Read the answers. Write the questions. Then practice with

a partner.

A:

Who's that?

B: Oh, that's my brother Igna c io.

A: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

B:

He ' s ten years old.

A: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

B: They're my sisters Lucia, Antonia, and Carmen.

A: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

B:

They're 19 , 16 , and

11.

A: And ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

B: That ' s my grandfather.

A: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

B:

He's 62.

B Pair work Ask and answer questions about the family

in Exercise 1.

A: Who's that? B: That ' s Jack Olson.

S p eaking My family

unit

Numbers 11-101

11

12 twelve

eleven

13

14

15 fifteen

thirteen

fourteen

16

sixteen

17

seventeen

18

eighteen

19

nineteen

20

twenty

21 twenty-one

22 twenty-two

23

twenty-three

24

twenty-four

25

twenty-five

26

twenty-six

27

twenty-seven

28

twenty-eight

29

twenty-nine

30

thirty

40

forty

50

fifty

60

sixty

70

seventy

80

eighty

90

ninety

100

one hundred

101

one hundred (and) one

A Complete the chart with information about t hree people in your family.

1.

2.

3 .

Family member

Name

How old

?

Where

from?

B Pair work Tell your partner about your family. Ask and answer questions for

more information.

A: Keiko is my wandmother. She's 73. B: Where is she from?

Keep talking!

Go to page 129 for more practice.

I c

identify family members and give their ages.

Family and friends 1 Reading A Look at the people in Isabel ' s photos.

Family and friends

1

Reading

A Look at the people in Isabel ' s photos. Who are they? Guess.

B Read the photo descriptions. Who are Isabel's family members? Who are her friends ?

Who are Isabel's family members? Who are her friends ? Peop le in My Li fe
Who are Isabel's family members? Who are her friends ? Peop le in My Li fe

Peop le in My Li fe

family members? Who are her friends ? Peop le in My Li fe I'm with my

I'm with my friends Fernando and Amy. Fernando is on the left. He's from Bogota, Colombia. Amy is on the right. She's from Perth , Australia. I'm in the middle.

This is my brother Carlos and my sister Julia. Carlos is 18 years old and a good soccer player. Julia is only ten. She's a good tennis player.

player. Julia is only ten. She's a good tennis player. This is my grandmother. Her name
player. Julia is only ten. She's a good tennis player. This is my grandmother. Her name

This is my grandmother. Her name is Olivia, but her nickname is Nana. She's an artist , and she's 92 years old!

Here's my e-pal Dong-sun. His family name is Choi. He's from Pusan , South Korea . He's 18 years old. His sister is in the photo, too.

. He's 18 years old. His sister is in the photo, too. C Read the photo

C Read the photo descriptions again. Correct the false sentences.

1. Isabel and Amy

are ~ster3':'

2. Carlos isn't a good soccer player.

3 Olivia is 90 years old.

4 Isabel and Dong-sun are classmates .

.

.

Isabel and Amy are friends.

D Pair work Ask and answer the questions about Isabel's family and friends.

• Who are Fernando and Amy ? •

• What's Olivia's nickname?

How old is Julia?

What city is Dong-sun from?

Listening

People I know

unit

A Listen to Gina show some photos to her friend. Who are the people?

Check (./) the correct answers.

~
~
Who are the people? Check (./) the correct answers. ~ 1. D friend 2. D classmate
Who are the people? Check (./) the correct answers. ~ 1. D friend 2. D classmate
Who are the people? Check (./) the correct answers. ~ 1. D friend 2. D classmate

1.

D

friend

2. D classmate

3.

D father

4. D teacher

0

brother

D sister

D grandfather

D mother

B Listen again. Answer the questions.

1.

How old is Mark?

15

------~------

2. What city is Dominique from?

3. What's the man's name?

4. Is Ms. Parker American?

_

J Writing and speaking My friends

A Complete the chart with information about three friends. Then find photos or draw

pictures of them.

Name

Age

Nationality

Other information

Friend 1

Friend 2

Friend 3

B Write sentences about your friends in the pictures. Use the model and your answers

in Part A to help you .

My Friends My best friend is Samantha. She's 26 years old. She 's American. She's a teacher. Jill is my friend, too. She 's

C Group work Share your pictures and sentences. Ask and

answer questions for more information .

A: This is my friend Samantha. She's 26 years old. B: What's her last name?

friend Samantha. She's 26 years old. B: What's her last name? I c give information about

I c

give information about family and friends.

Wrap-up

1 Quick pair review

Lesson A

Guess!

Say five countries. Can your partner name the nat ionalities?

Take turns. You have two minutes.

A: South Korea .

B: South Korean.

Lesson B Test your partner! Write three phone numbers and say them to you r partner. Can your partner write them correctly? Check his or her answers. You have two minutes.

My phone numbers

My partner's phone numbers

Lesson C

Brainstorm!

You have one minute.

Make a list of family words . How many

do you know?

Lesson D

Find out!

Are any of your friends or family members from the same

citi es?

You have two minutes.

A: My father is from Mexico City, and my mother is from Guadalajara.

B: My wandmother is f rom Guadalajara, too!

In the real world

Go online and find information in English about a country from another part of the world . Then write about it.

• What are five cities in the country?

• What are the names and ages of two famous people from the country?

French Cities and People Paris, Bordeaux, Cannes, Lyon, and Dijon are five cities in France. Marion Cotillard is a famous actress from France. She's

Cannes, Lyon, and Dijon are five cities in France. Marion Cotillard is a famous actress from
unit LESSON A • Everyday Items • Demonstratives; articles a and an; plurals LESSON B
unit LESSON A • Everyday Items • Demonstratives; articles a and an; plurals LESSON B

unit

unit LESSON A • Everyday Items • Demonstratives; articles a and an; plurals LESSON B •

LESSON

A

• Everyday Items

• Demonstratives; articles a and an; plurals

LESSON

B

• Asking what

something Is

LESSON

C

• Clothes and colors

• Possessive pronouns; Whose; 'sand s'

LESSON

D

• Reading: "What's

your favorite Item

of clothing?"

• Writing: My favorite thing

War111-up

Year:
Year:
• Writing: My favorite thing War111-up Year: A Label the pictures with the correct years. 1./1969
• Writing: My favorite thing War111-up Year: A Label the pictures with the correct years. 1./1969
• Writing: My favorite thing War111-up Year: A Label the pictures with the correct years. 1./1969

A Label the pictures with the correct years.

1./1969

1978 -

1986

19 94]

B Can you name five th ings in the pictures ?

Is this your notebook? 1 Vocabulary Everyday items A Listen and repeat. D D a

Is this your notebook?

1 Vocabulary Everyday items

A

Listen and repeat.

notebook? 1 Vocabulary Everyday items A Listen and repeat. D D a bag D a book
notebook? 1 Vocabulary Everyday items A Listen and repeat. D D a bag D a book
notebook? 1 Vocabulary Everyday items A Listen and repeat. D D a bag D a book
notebook? 1 Vocabulary Everyday items A Listen and repeat. D D a bag D a book

D

D

a bag

D

a book

D

a cell phone

D a dictionary

a bag D a book D a cell phone D a dictionary an eraser D a
a bag D a book D a cell phone D a dictionary an eraser D a
a bag D a book D a cell phone D a dictionary an eraser D a
a bag D a book D a cell phone D a dictionary an eraser D a

an eraser

D

a key

D

a laptop

D a notebook

D

B

/

a pen

a key D a laptop D a notebook D B / a p e n D

D sunglasses

a laptop D a notebook D B / a p e n D sunglasses D an

D an umbrella

D a notebook D B / a p e n D sunglasses D an umbrella II

II

D a watch

Pair work Check (./ ) the things in your classroom . Then compare answers.

Language in context What are those?

Listen to four people talk about everyday items. Circle the items in the conversations.

about everyday items. Circle the items in the conversations. Pete: Hey, Ling. What's that? Ling: Oh,

Pete: Hey, Ling. What's that? Ling: Oh, it's my~ Pete: It's nice. What are those? Ling: They're my English books.

nice. What are those? Ling: They're my English books. Susie: Are these your sunglasses? Kyle: No,

Susie: Are these your sunglasses? Kyle: No, they're not. Susie: Is this your notebook? Kyle: Yes, it is. Thanks.

unit

unit P-lurals I What's th is? What 's that? What are these? What are those? It's

P-lurals

I

What's th is?

What 's that?

What are these?

What are those?

What 's that? What are these? What are those? It's my dictionary.   They're my English
What 's that? What are these? What are those? It's my dictionary.   They're my English
What 's that? What are these? What are those? It's my dictionary.   They're my English
What 's that? What are these? What are those? It's my dictionary.   They're my English

It's my dictionary.

 

They're my English books.

Is t his your dictionary?

Are these your English books?

Is t hat your dictionary?

Are those your English books?

Yes, it is.

No, it's not.

Yes, they are.

No, they're not.

Articles a and an

Plurals

a+ consonant sound

a bag

a book 7 two books

 

an + vowel sound

an eraser

a watch 7

two watches

 

a dictionary 7

two dictionaries

 

Note: Sunglasses and glasses are always plural.

A Complete the conversations with the correct words. Then practice with a partner.

with the correct words. Then practice with a partner. A: What.-='s'--'t=h=is"------ ? A: What

A: What.-='s'--'t=h=is"------ ? A: What

B:

It 's a watch.

B:

? A: What

B:

? A: What

?

B: -------

B Pair work Ask and answer questions about everyday items in your classroom .

Pronunciation Plurals

Listen and repeat. Notice that some words have an extra syllable in their plural forms .

Speaking In my bag

Same syllables

eraser I erasers key I keys laptop I laptops

Extra syllables

actress

I

actress -es

address I address-es

watch

I watch -es

Pair work Ask and answer 10 questions about the everyday items in your bags an d in the classroom.

A: Is this your En3/ish book?

B: No, it ' s

A: They're my keys .

not. It ' s my dictionary. What are tho se ?

Keep talking!

Go to page 130 for more practice.

I c

What are tho se ? Keep talking! Go to page 130 for more practice. I c

ask about and identify everyday items.

What's this called in English? 1 Listening Around the classroom A from Listen to Bo

What's this called in English?

1 Listening

Around the classroom

A

from

Listen to Bo and Marta ask about new words in English. Number the pictures 1 to 5.

about new words in English. Number the pictures 1 to 5. D an alarm clock D
about new words in English. Number the pictures 1 to 5. D an alarm clock D

D an alarm clock

D a map

D a marker

D a poster

B What things in Part A are in your classroom?

D a poster B What things in Part A are in your classroom? W a remote

Wa remote control

Z Interactions

A are in your classroom? W a remote control Z Interactions A Alex: Listen and practice.
A are in your classroom? W a remote control Z Interactions A Alex: Listen and practice.

A

Alex:
Alex:

Listen and practice.

Excuse me . What's this called in English?

Lucy: It's a key chain. Alex: A key chain? How do you spell that? Lucy: K-E-Y C-H-A-1-N. Alex: Thanks.

B Listen to the expressions. Then practice the conversation again with the

new expressions.

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What's this called in English? What's the word for this in English? How do you say this in English?

C Pair work

Practice the conversation again with the things in Exercise 1.

A: Excuse me. What's this called in En3lish?

B:

A: How do you spell that?

It's a map.

Speaking

More everyday items

A Listen and repeat.

unit

1. a camera 2. a flash drive . 3. a hairbrush 4. a newspaper 5.
1. a camera
2. a flash drive
.
3. a hairbrush
4. a newspaper
5. a magazine
6. a comb
7. a coin
8. a wallet