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I Rcknowledgments The publisher and authors would like to acknowledge the following individuals for their invaluable feedback during thb development of this program:

Houston, TX

Druci J. Diaz, Hillsborough County Public Schools, Tampa, FL

Robert Hearst, Truman College, Chicagq lL

Joseph

Marion Donahue, San Dieguito Adult

Dr. Macarena Aguilar, Cy-Fair College,

Center, Coconut Creek, FL

School, Encinitas, CA

Patty Heiser, University of Washington, 5eattle, WA

Stacy Antonopoulos, Monterey Trail

High School, Elk Grove, CA

Nick Doorn, lnternational Education Services, South Lyon, Ml

Joyce Hettiger, Metropolitan Education District, 5an Jose,,CA

Carol Antunanq The English Center, irtiami, FL

Mercedes Douglass, Seminole Community College, Sanford, FL

Katen Hirsimaki, Napa Valley Adult School, Napa, CA

lmra Arencibia, Thomas A. Edison khool, Union City, NJ

Jenny Elliott, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD

Marvina Hooper,

Suzi Austin, Alexandria City Public khool Adult Program, Alexandria, FL

Paige Endo, Mt. Diablo Adult Education, Concord, CA

Katie Hurter, North Hanis College,

Patricia S. Bell, LakeTechnical Center,

Megan Ernst, Glendale Community

Nuchamon James, Miami Dade

Eustis, FL

College, Glendale, CA

College, Miami,

Jim Brice, San Diego Community College District, San Diego, CA

Elizabeth Escobar, Robert.Waters

Linda Jennings, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD

F.

Anselme, Atlantic Technical

School, Union City,

Phil Cackley, Arlington Education and Employment Program (REEP), Arlington, VA

Joanne Everett, Dave Thomas Education Center, Pompano Beach, and Employment Program Arlington, VA

Sandra Cancel, Robert Waters School, Union City, NJ

Judy Farron, Fort Myers Language

Anne Marie Caney, Chula Vista Adult

Sharyl Ferguson, Montwood High School, El Paso,TX

khool,

Chula Vista, CA

FL

(REEP),

Center, Fort Myers, FL

NJ

Paohui Lola Chen, Milpitas Adult khool, Milpitas, CA

Nancy Frampton, Reedley College,

lori Cisneros, Atlantic

Lynn A. Freeland, San Dieguito Union High School District, Encinitas, CA

Ft Lauderdale,

Reedley, CA

Vo-Tech,

FL

loyce Clapp, Hayward Adult School, l-hyward, CA

FL

Cathy Gample, San Leandro Adult School, San Leandro, CA

Education Center, Garden Grove, CA Fayne B. Johnson, Broward County Public Schools, Fort Lauderdale, FL

Stavroula Katseyeanis, Robert Waters School, Union City,

Osmara Lopez, Bronx Community College, Bronx, NY

Heather Lozanq North Lake College, lrving, TX

Betty Lynch, Arlington Education and Employment Program (REEP), Arlington, VA Meera Madan, REID Park Elementary School, Charlotte, NC

Bonnie Boyd Johnson, Chapman

Dr. Monica Fishkin, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL

Patricia Castro, Harvest English

lnstitute, Newark,

Lake Technical

Houston, TX

Jennifer Fadden, Arlington Education

Frieda Caldwell, Metropolitan Adult frucation Program, San Jose, CA

Luz M. Lopez, Sweetwater Union High School District, Chula Vista, CA

Center, Eustis, FL

NJ

Renata Lima, TALK lnternational School of Languages, Fort Lauderdale, FL

NJ

Dale Keith, Broadbase Consulting, lnc. at Kidworks USA, Miami, FL Blanche Kellawon, Bronx Community College, Bronx, NY

Mary Kernel, Migrant Education

lvanna Mann Thrower, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte, NC

Michael

R. Mason, Loma Vista

Adult

Center, Concord, CA

Holley Mayville, Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, Charlotte, NC

Margaret McCabe United Methodist Cooperative Ministries, Clearwater, FL Todd McDonald, Hillsborough Adult Education, Tampa, FL Nancy A. McKeand, E5L Consultant, 5t. Benedict, LA Rebecca L. McLain, Gaston College, Dallas, NC

Regional Office, Northwest Educational Service District, Anacortes, WA

John M. Mendoza, Redlands Adult

Karen Kipke, Antioch High School Freshman Academy, Antioch, TN

Bet Messmer, Santa Clara Adult Education Center, Santa Clara, CA

Jody Kirkwood,

Christina Morales,

ABC

School, Redlands, CA

Adult School,

BEGIN Managed

Cenitos, CA

Programs, NewYork, NY

5tacy Clark, Arlington Education and Employment Program (REEP), Arlington, VA

Hillary Gardner, Center for lmmigrant Education and Training, Long lsland City, NY

Matthew Kogan, Evans Community Adult School, Los Angeles, CA

Lisa Munoz, Metropolitan Education

llancy

Martha

lneza Kuceba, Renton Technical College, Renton, WA

Mary Murphy-Clagett, Sweetwater

B. Crowell, Southside Programs

for Adults in Continuing Education, Prince George, VA

Doroti da Cunha, Hialeah-Miami

Mult Education Center, Miami,

Lakes

FL

C.

Giffen, Alhambra Unified

School District, Alhambra, CA

Jill Gluck, Hollywood Community Adult School, Los Angeles, CA Carolyn Grimaldi, LaGuardia

District, san.Jose, CA Union High School District, Chula Vista, CA

John Kuntz, California State University, San Bernadino, San Bernadino, CA

Jonetta Myles, Rockdale County High School, Conyers, GA

Paula Da Silva-Michelin, La Guardia Community College, Long lsland City, NY

Community College,

Claudia Kupiec, DePaul University,

Marwan Nabi, Troy High School,

Long lsland City, NY

Chicago, lL

Fullerton, CA

Cynthia L. Davies, Humble

Concord, CA

1.5.D.,

Humble, TX

William Gruenholz,

USD

Adult School,

E.C. Land, Southside Programs

for

Adult Continuing Education, Prince George, VA

Dr. Chtistine L. Nelsen, Salvation Army Community Center, Tampa,

FL

Betty Lau, Franklin High School,

Michael W. Newman, Arlington Education and Employment Program

Center, San Jose, CA

Sandra G. Gutierrez Hialeah-Miami Lakes Adult Education Center, Miami, FL

Seattle, WA

(REEP),

Beverly De Nicola, Capistrano Unified khool District, San Juan

Conte G{zman-Hoffman, Triton College, River Grove, lL

Patt Lemonie, Thomas A. Edison School, Union City, NJ

Rehana Nusrat, Huntington Beach Adult School, Huntington Beach, CA

Amanda Harllee, Palmetto High School, Palmettq FL

Lia Lerner, Burbank Adirlt School,

Cindy Oakley-Paulik, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical U niversity, Daytona

Mercedes Hearn, Tampa Bay Technical

Krystyna Lett, Metropolitan Education

Center, Tampa, FL

District, San Jose, CA

Christopher Davis, Overfelt Adult

Gpistrano,

CA

Beatriz Diaz, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Miami, FL

Burbank, CA

Arlington,

Beach, FL

VA


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Janet Ochi-Fontanott, Sweetwater Union High School District,

Lorraine Romero, Houston Community College, Houston, TX

Ruth Sutton,Township High School District 113, Highland Park, lL

Chula Vista, CA

Eric Rosenbaum, BEGIN Managed Programs, NewYork, NY

Alisa Takeuchi, Chapman Education Center, Garden Grove, CA

Blair Roy, Chapman Education Center, Garden Grove, CA

Grace Tanaka, Santa Ana College

Lorraine Pedretti, Metropolita

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Education District, San Jose, CA lsabel Pena, BE/ESL Programs, Garland, TX

Margaret Perry, Everett Public

Arlene R. Schwartz, Broward Community Schools,

Schools, Everett, WA

Fort Lauderdale,

Dale Pesmen, PhD, Chicago, lL

Geraldyne Blake Scott, Truman

Cathleen Petersen, Chapman Education Center, Garden Grove, CA

Allison Pickering, Escondido Adult School, Escondido, CA Ellen Quish, LaGuardia Community College, Long lsland City, NY Teresa Reen, lndependence Adult Center, San Jose, CA

Kathleen Reynolds, Albany Park Community Center, Chicago, lL Melba l. Rillen, Palmetto High School, Palmetto, FL

FL

College, Chicago, lL

FL

Desiree Wesner, Robert Waters School, Union City, NJ

Annalisa Te, Overfelt Adult Center, San Jose, CA

David Wexler, Napa Valley Adult School, Napa, CA

Don Torluemke, South Bay Adult School, Redondo Beach, CA

Cynthia Wiseman, Borough of Manhattan Community College,

University,

Tara Vasquez, Robert Waters School,

San Jose, CA

Union City, NJ Nina Velasco, Naples Language

Janet Setzekorn, United Methodist Cooperative Ministries, Clearwater, FL

Center, Naples, FL

Terry Shearer, EDUCALL Learning Services, Houston, TX

Theresa Warren, East Side Adult Center, San iose, CA

Elisabeth Sklar,Township High School District 113, Highland Park, lL

Lucie Gates Watel, Truman College, Chicago, lL

Robert Stein,

Wendy Weil, Arnold Middle School,

BEGIN Managed Programs, NewYork, NY

Dr. Carole Lynn Weisz, Lehman College, Bronx, NY

School of Continuing Education,

Maliheh Vafai, Overfelt Adult Center,

Dr. Cheryl J. Serrano, Lynn Boca Raton,

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Santa Ana, CA

School Antioch,TN

Sharada sekar, Antioch High Freshman Academy,

Patricia Weist, TALK I nternational School of Languages,

New York, NY

Debbie Cullinane Wood, Lincoln Education Center, Garden Grove, CA Banu Yaylali, Miami Dade College,

Miami,

FL

Hongyan Zheng, Milpitas Adult Education, Milpitas, CA Arlene Zivitz,

ESOL Teacher,

Jupiter,

FL

Cypress, TX

The publisher, authors, and editors would like to thank the following people for their expertise in reviewing specific content areas:

Medford, MA

Jill A, Horohoe, Arizona State University,Tempe, AZ

Dr. Susan Rouse, Southern Wesleyan University, Central, 5C

William J. Hall, M.D. FACP/FRSM (UK), Cumberland Foreside, ME

Phoebe B. Rouse, Louisiana State Universitt Baton Rouge, LA

Dr. lra M. Sheskin, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL

Ross Feldberg, Tufts University,

The publisher would like to thank the following for their permission to reproduce copyrighted material: p.26: Penny, nickel, dime, quarterdollar, half-dollar, and dollar coin images from the United States Mint. pp. 125, 1 34-1 35: U.5. Postal Service Priority Mail Logo, Express Mail Logo, Certified Mail, Ready Pack Packaging, Letter Carrier Uniform, Postal Clerk Uniform, Automated Postal Center, Round Top Collection Mailbox, and Lady Liberty Stamp lmage are trademarks and copyrighted material ofthe United States Postal Service and are used with permission. I

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p.229: Little League used courtesy of Little

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Table of Contents lntroduction

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1. Everyday Language 4J"dl git'rt1 i;1 MeetingandGreetingi.JlreGlll . PerSOnal lnfOrmatiOn a+-i,i d,l- J* School

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Symptomsandlnjuries6L1-lraa'-22 obl)ei lllnessesandMedical Conditions 4++.tciYlsrgJlr".

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Teaching with the Oxford Picture Dictionory Program The following general guidelines will help you prepare single and multilevel lessons using the OPD program. For step-by-step, topic-specific lesson plans, see OPD Lesson Plans.

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Use Students'Needs to

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Create communicative objectives based on your learners' needs assessments (see OPD 2e Assessment Program). Make sure objectives state what students will be able to do at the end of the lesson. For example: Students will be able to respond to basic classroom commands and requests for clqssroom objects. (pp.6-7, A Classroom) For multilevel class'es, identify a low-beginning, highbeginning, and low-intermediate objective for each topic.

2. Preview the Topic ldentify what your students already know about the topic.

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Ask general questions related to the topic. Have students list words they know from the topic. Ask questions about the picture(s) on the page.

Research shows that it is best to present no more than 5-7 new words at a time. Here are a few presentation techniques:

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word and describe it within the context of the picture. Have volunteers act out verbs and verb sequences.

Say each new

Use Total Physical Response commands to build vocabulary comprehension.

For long or unfamiliar word lists, introduce words by categories or select the words your students need most. Ask a series of questions to build comprehension and give students an opportunity to say the new words. Begin with yes/no questions: ls #16 chalk? Progress to or questions: /s #l6chalkora marker? Finally, askWh- questions: Whatcan I use to write on this paperT Focus on the words that students want to learn. Have them write 3-5 new words from each topic, along with meaning clues such as a drawing, translation, or sentence.

More vocabulary and Grammar Point sections provide additional presentation opportunities (see p. 5, School). For

multilevel presentation ideas, see OPD

4.

Practice

The exercise bands at the bottom ofthe topic pages provide a variety of guided and communicative practice opportunities and engage students' higher-level thinking.

6. Provide

More Practice

OPD Second Edition offers a

variety of components to facilitate vocabulary acquisition. Each of the print and electronic materials listed below offers suggestions and support for single and multilevel instruction. OPD Lesson Plans Step-by-step multilevel lesson plans feature 3 CDs with multilevel listening. context-based pronunciation practice, and leveled reading practice. lncludes multilevel teaching notes for The OPD Reading Library. OPD Audio CDs or Audio Cassettes Each word in OPD3 word list is recorded by topic.

Low-Beg in ni ng, H i g h-Begin ning, and Low-l ntermed iate

Present the NewVocabulary

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Lesson Plans.

Check Comprehension Make sure that students understand the target vocabulary. Here are two activities you can try: Say vocabulary words, and have students point to the correct items in their books. Walk around the room, checking if students are pointing to the correct pictures.

Make true/false statements about the target vocabulary. Have students hold up two fingers for true, three for false.

Workbooks Guided practice for each page in OPD features linked visual contexts, realia, and listening practice. Classic Classroom Activities A photocopiable resource of interactive multilevel activities, grammar practice, and communicative tasks. The OPD Reading

Library

Readers include civics, academic

content, and workplace themes. Overhead Tronsparencies Vibrant transparencies help to focus students on the lesson. OPD Presentotion Software A multilevel interactive teaching tool using interactiye whiteboard and LCD technology.

Audio, animation, and video instructional support bring each dictionary topic to life. The OPD CD-ROM An interactive learning tool featuring fourskill practice based on OPD topics.

Bilinguol Editions

OPD is available in numerous bilingual editions including Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Arabic,

Korean, and many more.

My hope is that OPD makes it easier for you to take your learners from comprehension to communication. Please share your thoughts with us as you make the book your own.

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The second edition of the Oxford Picture Dictionory expands on the best aspects of the 1998 edition with: e New artwork presenting words within meaningful, real-life contexts o An updated word list to meet the needs of today's English language learners n 4,000 English words and phrases, including 285 verbs

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12 intro pages and 12 story pages

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Wa)rl'to talk about the weather

Pair practice. Make new cohversations.

It's sunny in Dallas.

A: What's

W h at's th e tem

peratu re?

It's 19& They're having a heat wave.

the weather like in Chicago? B: It's raining and itls cold, lt's 3A degrees.

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Ways to talk about time

Pair practice. Make new conversations.

lwake up at 6:30 g.m. lwake up qt 6:30 in the morning. Iwoke up at 6:3p.

A: What time

do you wake up on weekdays? B: At 6:30 a.m. How obout you?

A: lwoke upat Z-:09.


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29. Pacific time { s.i-Ul) 'a:l:Jr lsJl \e-?

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33. Atlantic time

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Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

Think about it. Discuss.

l. When do you watch television? study? relax? 2. Do you like to stay up after midnight? 3. Do you like to wake up late on weekends?

1. What is your favorite time of day? Why? 2. Do you think daylight saving time is a good idea? Why or why not?


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'1. date

5. today

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6. tomorrow

(rln)$ir

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13. Friday {r^+ll

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to say the date

Today is May 11th. lt's the tenth. Yesterday was Moy 9th.

20

The

party

is on Mav 21st.

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23. twice a week 1:+Yl cr crljl 24. three times a week

Pair practice. Make new conversations.

A: The

test is on Friday, June 14th.

B: Did you say Friday. the fourteenth? A: Yes, the fourteenth.

1-!-)1

g,s

cfl1 ,:)E


!

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2

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3

4

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29

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31

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5

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23

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23

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25

26

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25. January

;tjll

Jrils / J*t!

26. February l$ / _xl->p 27. March Jlil / u"JL" 28. April ,l "i/ L.l 29. May _.,!i / _*t30. June c-rl-rj^ / -r*-i:

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3

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26

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32. August

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3

4

5

6

7

8

9

7

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Seasons

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39. fall / autumn

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40. winter

Dictateto your parther. Take tutns. A: Write Monday. B: ts it spetted M-o-n-d-a-y? A: Yes, that's right.

Ask your classmates. Share the answers. 1. What is your favorite day of the week? Why? is your busiest day of the week? Why? is your favorite season of the year? Why?

2. What 3. What


i,aLill

1. birthday

2. wedding

r)Lu.:s

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3. anniversary

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Legal Holidays iJ.{..,i1

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10. Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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/

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16. Veterans Day

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14. Labor Day

18. Christmas

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17. Thanksgiving s;ll ,i.

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Pair practice. Make new conversations.

Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

A: When

1. What are the legal holidays in your native country? 2. When is Labor Day in your native country? 3. When do you celebrate the New Year in your native country?

your birthday? 3l st. How about you? It:'s on December 22nd. is

Bz lt's on January

A:


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1.

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Ask

l.

your classmates. Share'the answers.

Are you a slow driver or a fast driver?

2. Do you prefer a hard bed or a soft bed? 3. Do you like loud parties or quiet parties?

ili

Use the new'w_ords.. o Look at page 150-l.5,l. Describe the :thingsyou see.

A: The strept is batd. B: The truck is

ns*y.

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ji

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Ask your classmates; Share the a,nswers.

Use the new words.

1. Whatrcolors-are you wearirrg today?

Take turns naming the colors you see.

2; What colors do'yourlike? 3. ls there a color you don't like? What is it?

Az His shirt is blue.

,

24

14. white

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3. blue

3. black .r,*i

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2. yellow

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Bz

Her shoes are white.

look at,pages 86-87.

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'T. The

yellow sweaters are on the left.

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2. The purple sweaters are in the middle.

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3. The brown sweaters are on the right.

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4. The red sweaters are above the blue sweaters. . jrjJl (crljjsll) slJsrul 6si ,t;*-lr (sljisll) qitJojil 5. The blue sweaters are below the red sweaters.

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^\t AtJqF

fj::dl

(tjisll)

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,t i u;#Yl

(;J,isjt) Jpr.Jl

8. The black sweater is behind the white sweater.

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More vocabulary

Role play. Make new conversations.

near: in the same area

A: Excuse me. Where are the red sweaters? B: They're on the teft, above the btue sweaters.

far from: not near

A: Thanks very much.

25


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3. S.10 =

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a dime

'/sii

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7. 51.00 a dollar

F!E6era6lsB

9.510.00 ten dollars

Ss.00

five dollars

el1)yr a-,;

r):r

rrjlJl

oJ.e

l:., r:'

10. s20.00 twenty dollars 1;Y;r ;;;-3c

1

1. ss0.00

12. s100.00

fifty dollars 1-1);: ;;,,*-

one hundred dollars ;)3.t +rL

Do you have

change for a dollar?

A. Get change. :.$ .e

.l9 ,1.--l

B. Borrow money. .l:3:r:

ciJ:*l I

Pair practice. Make new conversations.

I I I

I I

d

26

A: Do you have change for a dollar? B: Sure. How about two quarters and five dimes? A: Perfect!

&fl

C. Lend money.

.irF dL / r,:J!l

D. Pay backthe money. .:;r,Jl

.rL

Think about it. Discuss. 1. ls it a good idea to lend money to a friend? Why or why not? 2. ls it better to carry a dollar or four quarters? Why? 3. Do you prefer dollar coins or dollar bills? Why?


dJ*sill

Ways to

Pay grl dJL

m *@ *S-:,

A. pay cash trij g+

B. use a credit card ,:L^].i1 aiil

L,

C. use

l,lAi*:

rc

/L--J\ \r

I

lS; -

,

s

n1*1

debit card {il Ll a r:"1*

['lj

E. use a gift card

D. write a (personal) check

a

gl .^ll i.r f^

F. cash

Lr p,rij*4

:i-!r

1+-!-

a traveler's check \St-1i

dJ,â&#x201A;Źt

stlB

*iX 1. price tag

JJI

,.rU+

2. regular price c:tll -Jl

/ payfor sl*.rls / a i.i,i

G. buy

r

',YJ

'f{lffiw ;;:;"y:t:

3. sale price

5.

4. bar code

SKU number

(SKU)+'t"lt*,F Cr

(jFsdr,l u]+i!!r itu

6. receipt

;Lu:"iil ;;o:l

GJI

H. return r-ll 1 Clj

/

7. price / cost ai<lt

/ ),Ji

8. sales tax lL

.^'!l

cil,+1l

+J;

l.

9. total Jt^Yl / r .^l1 10. cash register r;s:lt ,J+-: ill

exchange

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ffic"?* 3

1 TERfu

; I

iqag*Ex*

l.

twins

matching

oui-,.

,-lq1l."

2. sweater /; ,-is\ ,a J \r ttJ-

\ . ld

4- disappointed

&j

a-,a. J

5. navy blue

--ill

A. shop

^a,\l .i

O. f,uppy .1U':5-

B. keep t{Jr'$.r

53sr


,+*. " r'l

Look at the pictures. What do you see?

..1 .F

Answer the questions. 1. Who is the woman shoppin gfor?

2. Does she buy matching sweaters or different sweaters? 3. How does Anya feel about her green sweater? What does she do? 4. What does Manda do with her sweater?

@

neaa the story.

Same and Different Mrs. Kumar likes to shop for her twins. Today she's looking at sweaters. There are

many different colors on sale. Mrs. Kumar chooses two matching green sweaters. The next day, Manda and Anya open their gifts. Manda likes the green sweater, but Anya is disappointed. Mrs. Kumar understands the problem. Anya wants to be different.

Manda keeps her sweater. But Anya goes to the store. She exchanges her green sweater for a navy blue sweater. It's an easy answer to Anya's problem. Now the twins can be warm, hEppy, and different.

i:irfill

[*

Think about it. 1. Do you like to shop for other people? Why or why not?

2. lmagine you are Anya. Would you keep the sweater or exchange it? Why?

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1. man *+.,)

2. woman 3. women

4. men ,_l+,j

5. senior citizen iJ:e i 4i,;

-;-:

fuq*k q"{s# :-

Listen and point. Take turns. A: Point to a womqn. B: Point to a seniar citizen.

A: Point to an infant.

Dictate to your partner. Take turns. A: Write woman. B: ls that spelled w-o-m-a-n? Yes, that's right, woman.

A:


{

6. infant ffl 7. baby

Ji! 8. toddler tir.l

L:l,j

-;il

r

l!-]r

9. 6-year-old boy .t

lT'i

',0. 16-year-o,O n,r,

:i

;Jl +1

a.

, '*Jrs

--!q

1. teenager / teen

:,*l

J.J1

..,::

1

+:-.r|-* t-*lX elY;r

rq

ffi

- .rf., t::.7:', t

t

"1.' '!iil+$il

,{ii +-tr*,

i

;r

t$.. I i

Ways to talk about age

I month - 3 months old = infant "18 months - 3 years old = toddler 3 years old - 12 years old = child

Pair practice. Make new conversations.

teenager 18+ years old = adult 13

19 years old =

62+ years old = senior citizen

A: How old

is SandraT

B: 5he3 thirteen years old. Az Wow, she's a teenager now!


g*UJl r-i,a3

Age

ct*Jl

1. young

(;)-r:* 2. middle-aged (;F-rr" 3. elderly (6)d,* / jj+c

Height d.*ll 4. tall

(;),iA 5. average height

1;p-r*

..1rUt

6. short (r)-x*!

Weight

oj-Cl

7. heavy / fat (;)cr+

8. average weight o1r:t

1;;t-:-

9. thin / slender

(;)

;,,_r

Disabilitie5 j+rll oYtr I

0. physically challenged (r)j,+to

1

1. sight impaired

/ blind

(;)-r:12. hearing impaired

,l:* 1 71

/ deaf

Appearance *-b4jl

.ffi 13. attractive (i)ap,

14. cute (r)&.+

15. pregnant

16. mole

&l-

17. pierced ear .:

Jl: /LL,-i

4rJAh ..1ll

18. tattoo

$-r Ways:to,describe:pCoplE,,

.1

.r

I

,',

He's a heavy, ygu_ygtman. She's a

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He's

preanant woman with a mole.

sight impaired.

Uae

the new'wofdi. Lookrat,:pages 2-3,

Describe the people anil point.Take turns.

A:

He's a

tslI thin, middle-aqed man.

B;'Sh e's,a

sh

ort, avera

g e -w e i ght

yaung wo m a n.


';dll ri,a3

; E

@

ffi

6. beard

1. short hair

=p;,; 2. shoulder-length hair , ;r<t\ .!-1, :.,i 3. long hair ,LJ

($/

Style

8. bangs

/

.i

.

15. red hair

-r^i

iuJ 23. blow dryer ,iCL

--i

--i

F !ji*

(Jl*ji-)

19. rollers

o"ijl irJp c! F.ijll $;j

-l

-* f-

18. brown hair

'b..i\ .-L,j --

14. corn rows

10. wavy hair

lJs

22. brush

-Lt

13. gray hair -'

l-,i.

17. blond hair _F-r Jtu

\v

21. comb

,y;

^l-i /,

9. straight hair i.U F

5. mustache

.:r-i

12. bald

(dlr-)Llijral,Jl {1,-=

,-!_e

16. black hair

1. curly hair

.rr+F

7. sideburns

--i

4. part _*:iil

1

4i=J

JALJI

cilJS+

20. scissors

,,;

.J,it

Hair $tt '!i.al

B. perm hair

A. cut hair

*rre3+

Jsill Lâ&#x201A;Ź3i

Waysto.talkabouthair Describe hair.iin

"''

I:

*.11, ::'

thii order: length, style, and then color,

She has bng stra.ight. brown hair.

C. set hair

ii, I

D. color hair / dye hair J

-.il| fig),',.L /, vv. \9.

nole,p1ay. lal k t6 a':stylist, A: t need a new hairstyle. Bi, How'ab:outsheIi and ttlaight?,' A:'Great Do you think L should'fue it?

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s)UlrJl

1. grandmother !\i

2. grandfather

\ 3. mother

:.i

ej

4. father

lr: r:rt!:t:rrit

-i 5. sister

ii:iil.,riiiil:;

aifi'i-:iiirt:*:ta

...i

lii:ii':lltl:ril

6. brother ir:ti!i:i|i:i:ii

ii

ili$ffi

7. aunt ill-: / i4

8. uncle

Jt./i'

9. cousin (;)JLr/(;).c ;;Y."'t,

10. mother-in-law '6La 1

1. father-in-law

J^: 12.

'r,

wife

,

a+:i 13.

t,.

s

)-

14. daughte 15. 16.

:'

husband r

.'

aill

:,,

son

:l

;1

:,

sister-in-law

,:.

I

l'i

/ +rlji ri nrlr c,ii; a"i-t, (C)l o+-,j

17.

brother-in-law / o+rjl ;l 6 rlr qc*)l E-ij

9s')

;

:

-i,i-

18. niece .. ..,, i . i,, ... $)r Jr C !l 4rl

,

19. nephew (..slr ".i.rr

qlr

.r'r Z]l

!l'

More vocabulary

34 I I

F

Tim is Min and Lu's grandson. Lily and Emily are Min and Lu's granddaughters. Alex is Min's youngest grandchitd.

Ana is Tito's wife. Ana is Eva and Sam's daughter-in-law. Carlos is Eva and Sam's son-in-law.


dDEbll

20. married couple cl$;jj.

ct1

^-,it

21. divorced couple

;Gl.L;1-:.,i, 22. single mother

,!,,'

ei

23. single father .+-pi .+j

[.bo Green's Fomily 24. remarried uur

Djtrlt â&#x201A;ŹJ_lk

25. stepfather i,, z ^.yl

e

!

26. stepmother .J a't ) I 4+JJ

27. half sister a+U;+; .:.ii 28. half brother ,i":i; J.L'-;i 29. stepsister 6)1 6r-,r ,1

-,)l

a.-r1

;-

co1

30. stepbrother i,, >)l zqi

Grqil -1-sfr:Z\ )a I F-,W

I

\jl'

e

#ffi@

5:.-- 5 - lMary FrL

More vocabulary

Look at the pictures. Name the people.

Bruce is Carol's former husband or ex-husband. Carol is Bruce's former wife or ex-wife.

A: Who is

Lisa is the stepdaughter of both Rick and Sue.

B: Mary

is.

Lisa's

half

sister?

Who is Lisa's stepsister?

i

q'

rYl {soi . rt

v

*zlI


gdJlJ'll JJIJ

B. nurse

A. hold iiujl &si

eE)

C. feed

d4

dlilil lbt

D. rock

*

jl :t

G. change a diaper

E. undress tukB .9

"d"li-ll -;ij

J. praise 6ui

M. play with

N. read to

4-'-, ,-h

4l

lJgJ

Look at the pictures. Describe what is happening. At She's'changing her baby's diaper.

36

Bz He's

H. dress

kissing his

son

goodnight.

K. discipline

+j-f

O. sing a lullaby, 4-J;il i.1l_i ol *$.

L. buckle up gr.yl pt;s

\; / p!

P. kiss goodnight L+_x t"y al U* {q

Askyour classmates. Share the answers. 1. Do you like to take care of children? 2. Do you prefer to read to children or play with them? 3. Can you sing a lullaby? Which one?


OrJlJl .p.r3 6JEhYl !Lo,r

*@

d,re FW

ffi s. bib

1. bottle

,-L:,, a+bj 2. nipple

ael;jl tL, i-L 3. formula (

!:ris,.'j\-)

9. safety pins

a;;,1* l.l;s

' e)t .!.Jl+

4. baby food Ji-tyl eh;

16. baby bag

6. high chair

Jiti-t)l L)UJ gt-l

18. stroller

21. rocking chair j!,p !r-_5

-

44

---

}i!

n t i,, 4:iJll$ USjtJ

*-;S

23. teddy bear

,jli.ti +,.e

DietatEtg you;rlpartlrer. Take tiirns;

,

^tt I'

22. nursery rhymes

19. car safety seat

20. carriage

i,r j{l

!-s ^lJl L- , l\s!i 1 2. potty seat .j.il":[ 4#t

sL:Li'

e;Li-

1. training pants ,

8. cloth diaper

17. baby carrier dj-tl ilL^ L

1

oL;tiJl ;jr

i},Jir

.jG!i

dl-'j-Yl rl.4

J

,-it^ilt .1.

13. baby lotion

,""eq.r

10. disposable diaper

^si* P-S 7. diaper pail !J

Jitll crujjL* i.n=

n.t Jr .

,ui

;_9.Ji-"

ir:

24. pacifier 4,:L;e

cJl9l

,JJ,".i

14. baby powder ,

\liLi ; ,: .

15. wipes . irLlll .!.:L.

25. teething ring

;,:,; iiL 26. rattle ljr:-X: 27. night light (+:l<-" -,-,') sl'J

ThinkaboUt it;,Discusgl,i.' :r..::.i..:r':'.''',

-

,r*

.,,,

Az Write pgsjfist.

1,:''l-low cah paients: discipl,ine'tlddl.ers?1eehs?

B: Was that pacifier, p-a-c-i-f-i-e-r? Az Yes, that's right.

2. Vvhat'are some,things you cqn !ay_lo prgisea,child?, 3q

'

:Why,are,nursery rhymes i,mportant:fdr young children?

37


i-&:" j_.;rll 4i"-9Jl dtaeYl "

!

A. wakeup

F. make lunch olJJt i^r J;r:

tiiJi s

B. get up

ts.i"l D. get dressed cJ+l;

E. eat breakfast ,,Lto)t cl!.r14

Grammar Point third person singular For he and she, add -s or -es

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He gets up.

/

drop off the kids / 4_JlJt Jt JLirYl lirq) &s+ 4-fill uL $e Jl-it)l J_A H. take the bus to school j-J$l Jl .r+:._rYt (+-':) liil l. drive to work / go to work ,:iaq / i;!-Jt "J^Jl JJ "].Jl Jls- Jl

C. take a shower

He wakes up.

, i, ^!l ;t+-

G. take the children to school

-,.,-*Jl cl" egL

!S

J. go to class

to the verb:

He watchesTV. She goes to the store.

K. work ,1"!

L. go to the grocery store allirll LJ* Jl 9Al M. pick up the kids

i-;-:Jl rj-6r

r.,r-

cJUtYl

N. leave work ,l-Jl llL!

These verbs are diffeient (irregular): Be: She is

Jl :*lI

in school at

10:00 a.m.

Hove: He has dinner at 6:30 p.m.

J.ai


4#s-rlt 4+Jill

dL^eYl

O. clean the house

..J;iltO.d!.il P. exercise 1;t,,,, crtl-+ Q. cook dinner .rJt "1

;i.i

/

er

/ make dinner .i,Jl

S. have dinner / eat dinner etiJl ,!3tii

W. check email

T. do homework ce-:Jt .,+ljl Jd;

X. watch TV O-*'*!ll .st4 Y. goto bed

U. relax

di*l

e+!i

R. come home / get home Jjr"ll Jl r1e / e.+

does he go

V. read the paper

lij-Jt iji

A:

She

gpeilpslgssat

10:00 a.m.

,

Z. go to sleep es/ el4

Askyour classmates. Share the answers. 1. Who cooks dinner in your family?

lp vrptk?

B: He goes to werk at 8:00 a.m. When does

i q iSYl :r rrll Jc dLi

..nlJi! qiall: / +A+

Pair practice. Make new conversations.

A: When

.

she

go

IpSlsS:t?

2. Who goes to the grocery store? 3. Who goes to work?

39


4$b.ll cltj:llg &l.rrYl

m

rffii 6ffi w.r;,"," wi f#ry1-,eca

B. start school L"-,;.r.Jl sJi,rr

ffiâ&#x201A;Źs

-_-.;:;l;:.-'-

2. Resident Alien card / green card

{os Angcles 9igb Scbool

Martin

Perez

.*."-*;d*-'ffi

---.

,"..'..w

C. immigrate gs-r..t*+

D. graduate

/ -nt*+

3. diploma

e.Fr

ajJ,r

;.:la,Ji

4,EeA

NI,

DRryEi ilCâ&#x201A;ŹNsE

ffi

ffii,::ffi .':r-dg

rn0ornn

EffiF. ry:

@sffi 3=.ffiffi - nliffi" ----

't:

4. driver's license i;11." llrj'd:i-o5,

F. get a job

E. learn to drive 6i.lJ1 ill+! d'+

44lJ s.!e d,aAf

5. Social Security card sr,l ^:il Jlr',:

ctrsrtreAtDor

Lll_;* 6;,.a;

;Ui

Grammar Point: past tense immigrate

start learn

40

travel

+ed

graduate

retire die

"l e

,..i

,tii

These verbs are different (irregular): be - was go -

].0

Ll

**,*ourrn"*

6. Certificate of Naturalization a5;;lt-6;

H. fall in love

G. become a citizen

1s

4li1

get * got become - became

went

have

fall

-

had

- fell

buy

-

bought


4J!.Jt #riJtg &t.sYt

g,*g Sog** rc

Mattin Petez B.rclxlordftimre

l.

-

go to college

7. college degree

i*lr\i.,J:4

4+*"1+

ir$

RIAGE LICENSE

K. get married

eJ}i

M. buy a home arofr

8. marriage license c))*

L. have a baby )sl {:+ji

N. become a grandparent

9. deed ii.l(\o ,;\, ^

lrr,1e

10. passport

-p- j1:+

Q. volunteer p "o!:.

R. die sJ4J /

i.

11. death certificate rl.ir;rk,ri

rf.}J

More vocabulary

Ask your classmates, Shhre the answers.

When a husband dies, his wife becomes a widow. When a wife dies, her husband becomes a widower.

1. When did you start school? 2. When did you get your first job? 3. Do you want to travel?


oni/.{Lr

1. hot ol,n / F! -pu 2. thirsty 01

.".L. / ijjll"

3. sleepy

;L; 4. cold ol:j{ / :J+lL 5. hungry v,'Lc^/nL r. 'l

Jc|,.i

-

6. full / satisfied ,fl-i- / Ll:*

7. disgusted

(or}* 8. calm (i)c;rla

9. uncomfortable zu* ui J.

.J

10. nervous

(r)jr11. in pain

$ (;)+r* / (r)Jij. 12. sick

(l).rl-F 13. worried (6)& 14. well 4",sL*"

/

"+1--

15. relieved (r)e

:.:-

16. hurt

+Lilt J."s17. lonely +-J 18. in love .!i!" / ', ''

"

Pair practice. Make new conversations. A: How are you doing? B: I'm hungry. How about yrou?

42

A: t'm hung4t and thirsty. too!

Use the new words. Look at pages 40-41. Describe what each person is feeling. A: Martin is excited. B: Martin's mother is Wul!.


cJ"j*tri

19. sad

20. homesick /

JtjlJlJu;^

Jljil

n:,j-lL

fL;

21. proud

(;):r.,

22. excited

z:.

lcared

/

afraid

qi

"ii. I iiiLl 24. embarrassed

e_ts

25. bored

6r* / JJ! 1rL* 26. confused JLi-^

27. frustrated L,_

o

28. upset rc's

/ uL;.L

gJ

29. angry

;Lr;;

30. surprised ai;AJi"

31. happy ,t_t-,r* / :r* 32. tired '1Lri

Ask your classmates. Share the answers. 1. Do you ever feel homesick? 2. What makes you feel frustrated? 3. Describe a time when you were very happy.

/ iA *

More vocabulary exhausted: very tired

furious: very angry humiliated: very embarrassed

overjoyed: very happy starving: very hungry terrified: very scared

43


1. banner

!1: 2. baseball game J,+"+ i;1;!*

44

3. opinion !?,J

4. balloons (iti-il1+

5. glad f J-},M

6. relatives "!Yi/.;;Gi

A. laugh r:lar-a:

B. misbehave

iJ.aill Ji djJJl r",;


Look at the picture. What do you see? Answer the questions. 1. How many relatives are there at this

reunion?

l

2. How many children are there? Which children are misbehaving?

J

i

3. What are people doing at this reunion?

1

@ neaA the story. A Family Reunion Ben Lu has a lot of relatives and they're all at his house. Today is the Lu family

reunion. There is a lot of good food. There are also balloons and a banner. And this year there are four new babies! People are having a good time at the

reunion. Ben's grandfather and his aunt are talking about the baseball qame. His cousins are laughing. His mother-in-law is giving her opinion. And many of the children are misbehaving. Ben looks at his family and smiles. He loves his relatives, but he's qlad the

-affi;

reunion is once a year.

E€F=* E :'ffi

Think about it.

l. Do you like to have large parties? Why or why not? :3ft

%* j & r,r*

2. lmagine you see a little girl at a party. She's misbehaving. What do you do? What do you say?

...'.,.,'.'.'.,.'.,,.@

I

)

45


1. roof , i;..,

2. bedroom 3r {!,r 3. door

+! 4. bathroom tl:s 5. kitchen

a!* 6. floor

i+;Ji 7. dining area iLJ"jl

4AJi,

Listen and point. Take turns. A: Point to the kitchen. B: Point to the living room. A: Point to the basement.

Dictate to your partner. Take turns. A: Write kitchen. B: Was that k-i-t-c-h-e-n?

A:

Yes,

that's right, kitchen.


i;:;liii+.!

8. attic aii*

9. kids'bedroom -jGj-=\'l ae.

i-4_5a

10. baby's room 3r;.i1 *!J.Jl +3 ; 11. window J'L]"- l;-:.?L

12. living room *,, .i"Ji ,Jt-.,

13. basement JJLLL

/

J=F!

,j,'

{e;-'+i 14. garage j,r:lF j :

Ways

to give locations

l'm home. I'm in the kitchen. I'm on the roof.

Pair practice. Make new conversations. A:Where's the man? B: He's in the attic. Where's the teenager? A:5he3 in the laundry room.

47


gJ-;L ,1e 'r''r'11

l?-rqen apr. H 2 ) unit.

!3strlfrffi!#}lGffis rr West

Rentals

'l Bedroom 5900 I Month

Call for info:

818-555-4949

w*i

1. lnternet listing $Jijll ,,1" 6$ Jjilt cr_r

i?Y'''i:t'"d F650i mo

]s-2345

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NOrrnLtgnr

AFartment For Rent 2 bdrm 2ba city apt Unlurn $unny kit

$550. W/D Water incl, oo!, fitne center. Cl(

$850lmo

shoppi ng.

Util incl

all mgr Call mqr eves 1

2-555-2368

Jor unit,

2. classified

al Plaza

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Abbreviations

9-993-4

Dover Aptl

1-3 8R.

kit = kitchen

Hr

ad

util = utilities incl = included rTlO = lTlOflth

i+s .j:>r^.-)rJ

furn = furnished unfurn = unfurnished mgr = manager eves = evenings

3. furnished apartment i-iy;e" +i;

4.

unfurnished apartment a.i9;u ;c ih.i

5. utilities .ia1-x

Renting an Apartment ;&i Jt+'iisl

A. Callthe manager. .qiJpiJl / 1r.ilL,lgii

D. Sign the rental agreement. rL-Yl $e ,l,!

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oi

B. Ask about the features.

C. Submit an application.

.cil;;^Jl iJe Ji*l

.rirL lJ!

E. Pay the first and last month's rent. .J..-Vtr JJYI

+_xll

,r1r:j

i$

F. Move in. .ii"&lt crl! dlli:

More vocabulary

Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

lease: a monthly or yearly rental agreement redecorate: to change the paint and furniture in a home move out: to pack and leave a home

1. How did you find your home? 2. Do you like to paint or arrange furniture? 3. Does gas or electricity cost more for you?


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N. Unpack. ,,r '-

a mortgage payment.

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M. Pack. Lll

L. Make

K. Take ownership.

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Ways to ask about a home's features

Role play. Talk to an apartment manager.

Are uti I ities i ncl u ded?

A: Hi. l'm calling about the apartment.

ls the kitchen large and sunnyT

Are the neighbors quiet?

B: OK. lt's unfurnished and rent is 5800 a month. Are utilities included?

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1. apartment building ij6- iJt@/ .!fi Cq,

2. fire escape ,-!_,Jl .t- rl+jll

3. playground ,

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4. roof garden e.t-Jt *.lc ass

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7. vacancy sign 411-i

9. elevator

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mailboxes l'l+U cr,.tt ^

8. manager/ superintendent

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Basement (el+lt) g'irl-lrl/ sliJl JJJI

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washer

14. big-screen TV

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13. dryer

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is

/ there are

is

plural: there are There is a recreation room in the basement.

singular: there

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There

are mailboxes in the tobby.

16. security gate

18. parking space

ct l ql:+

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17. storage locker rJ-A'

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19. security camera ;J'l.l 1;u15

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There's d pooltable in the recreation room. B: There are parking spaces in the garage.


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20. balcony LrS! /

22. swimming pool

ast^:

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25. emergency exit a ,l ^LIi f/z .i.

24. alley

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26. trash chute .rLG..ll qr"ui

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office

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27. landlord

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28. lease / rental agreement

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31. buzzer

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33. door chain slr\t;Li .i_!-L

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34. dead-bolt lock *.1j

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More vocabulary

Role play. Talk to a landlord.

upstairs: the floor(s) above you downstairs: the floor(s) below you fire exit: another name for emergency exit

A: ts there a swimming pool in this complex? B; Yes, there is.lt's near the courtyard. A: ls there...?

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1. the city / an urban area L;.:-;i!- / b-rJl

5. condominium / condo ,;\,\"i +i^r

8. college dormitory / dorm !i).t11 JSL*

11. senior housing J+Jr..1sL*

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2. the suburbs

3. a small town /

CSt

6. townhouse

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7. mobile home

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9. farm

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10. ranch

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12. nursing home r_;,J.I.+

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4. the country / a rural area

a village

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13. shelter

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More vocabulary

Think about it. Discuss.

co-op: an apartment building owned by residents duplex a house divided into two homes two-story house: a house with two floors

1. What's good and bad about these places to live? 2. How are small towns different from cities? 3. How do shelters help people in need?


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Backyard o.ilill

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9. gate

19. patio furniture

22. sprinkler

a^iJ*.ill

13. porch light

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12. doorknob rtr.il (irsi; i

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10. storm door ( , ^lr*il tt-)

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6. satellite dish

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7. garage door zl sil *L !

5. chimney *

Front Porch

21. hose e:t->

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23. hammock 6..:$

a::+; as5;t

24. garbage can ci)-{-

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25. compost pile *,!" lL* L;S

A. take a nap

26. lawn

e. elraen

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27. vegetable garden rf 1;

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8. dishwasher s ^* iJL^c

2. shelf

15. toaster oven

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9. refrigerator

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3. paper towels c!-r:

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4. sink

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11. coffeemaker

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18. stove

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12. blender

23. drawer

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17. teakettle

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22. counter .il3U 6 \. ;i ^ / nljt

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14. electric can opener 4J!J+S

20. oven

21. broiler

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talk about location using on and in

Use on for the counter, shelf, burner, stove, and cutting board. lt's on the counter. Use in for the dishwasher, oven, sink, and drawer. Put it in the sink.

27. cutting board

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A:

move the blender. you want it in the cabinet? A: No, put it on the counter. Please

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2. bowl iJil Ll,

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4. knife ,iS5. spoon

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13. salt and pepper shakers Jlilsilr elJl tiJi 14. sugar bowl

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12. tablecloth

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to make requests at the table

May I havelhc;ageL b9w!? Would you pas thr rr"o*rr, please? Could I have a coffee muo?

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19. fan

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9. dining room table i;i- / elrtll ;J+- 4lJU 10. napkin irl- 4lb 1 1. placemat j,JJl .',-r

6. teacup ,

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15. creamer

21. serving bowl

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16. teapot

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23. vase

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Role play. Request item3at the table,

A: What do you need? B: Coutd thave a coffee mug? A: Certainly. And would you...

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'12. fire screen (:Lilt ',+.'*)

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A: There's

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B: There's a carpet.

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20. candle tth

16. drapes

1. mantle i;1i:"'l1):1

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5. entertainment center

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15. floor lamp

10. wall

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19. coffee table

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9. painting {*:d 4-d

4. houseplant

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14. end table

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13. fireplace

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8. stereo system

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3. basket

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18. sofa / couch +1;! / +:s

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":)L., ::i;arl $ta 24. carpet i:l.g

More vocabulary

light bulb: the light inside a lamp lampshade: the part of the lamp that covers the light bulb sofa cushions: the pillows that are part of the sofa

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1. hamper

8. faucet

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16. bath towel

10. cold water

17. hand towel

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19. toilet paper

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22. medicine cabinet a;3.:1 -) 9: 23. toothbrush

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12. tile

6. washcloth ; !i*

15. towel rack

a"sl-

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5. rubber mat

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26. wastebasket s)1"{-

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13. showerhead diJl d"iJ

20. toilet brush ,',rlld1 iu-)i

27. scale

14. shower curtain

21. toilet

28. bath mat aLe; +.^

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More vocabulary stalt shower: a shower without a bathtub half bath: a bathroom with no shower or tub linen closet: a closet for towels and sheets

.rl--x / c$li

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Ask your classmates. Share tlie answers. 1. ls your toothbrush on the sink or in the medicine cabinet? 2. Do you have a bathtub or a shower? 3. Do you have a shower curtain or a shower door?

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4. picture frame jlrjillJ*JrUJ

8. mini-blinds ; 'd- i..,j- ,i L-r* ,rU9. bed .il-p / -r,.p 10. headboard -P;Jl s"11 11. pillow rl5- / trL-J

5. closet

12. fitted sheet

1. dresser ,:_i zl ,ll )6;l 12

bureau

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2. drawer

',::t+ / 6;i 3. photos a+l_.rt_s._f

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al*k f")L"

tuJF / ulJl

Jul

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14. pillowcase

7. curtains rilji-

ils. / ;rL-J

15. blanket

u+S

22. rug

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16. quilt

23. night table / nightstand

ijt-l

-rfr:.:S / a-rd- 4lJU 24. alarm clock

17. dust ruffle LJJX i,jl-.i-::s.'is

4+j^

18. bed frame

25. lamp (;rFrri) CL,* 26. lampshade

; "Jl ;.:cLA 19. box spring _r>Jl, ",-., d_r,j

13. flat sheet

6. full-length mirror

.:rri*

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20. mattress .Fly / +j-x

2T.lightswitch

21. wood floor

28. outlet

a..-ll i-GJj

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Look at the pictures.

Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

Describe the bedroom.

1. Do you prefer a hard or a soft mattress? 2. Do you prefer mini-blinds or curtains? 3. How many pillows do you like on your bed?

A: 58

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There's a lamp

on

the nightstand.

B: There's a mirror in the closet.

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7. baby monitor

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changing pad

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3- crib

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5. mobile ';-e ;;ljr irJ .a1.1

12. ball

18. dollhouse cr-:,I .-+

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13. coloring book

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9. bunk beds

14. crayons

20. cradle

(6:.:-x *x-x) garl6

10. safety rail eLi ', 'i :i 1

Toys and Games uLr.d9,r.J

8. wallpaper JjL.!,,:

1. bedspread

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6- chest of drawers

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d!lrl-;1s

19. blocks

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21. doll

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16. toy chest .r'JJl .3r'r' ^

17. puzzle

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Pair practice. Make conversations.

Think about it. Discuss.

A: Where's

1. Which toys help children learn? How? 2. Which toys are good for older and younger children? 3. What safety features does this room need? Why?

the changing pad? B: It's on the changing table.

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A. dust the furniture --i'_ ;c *irl1 $;i i F*J B. recycle the newspapers +.1 lr-*i*'-ttl .g*Jl

:ru

C. clean the oven

:uli

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qig" d *Elri &"e* H. vacuum the carpet 4iqr4sjl fudsJq :L*-jl

l.

wash the windows Jr

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sweep the floor LJLJq:i+;rYl d";si

g*,is*

"r:rJl L. empty the trash ;)r-gJl .l* &lq M. wash the dishes ;y"Jt ,i jlr-L)l ;L*ir N. dry the dishes jr+:"t *tlJi / d$*i

P. change the sheets jtrl4)LJr

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Q. take out the garbage

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O. wipe the counter r.r.a,nll

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Pair practice. Make new conversat:ons.

Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

A:

1. Who does the housework in your home? 2. How often do you wash the windows? 3. When should kids start to do housework?

Let's clean this place. First, I'll sweep the floor. B: I'll mop the floor when you finish.

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il-:t;"i.tL

G. put away the toys

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K. scrub the sink

':

i+-:";lt gru E. polish the furniture

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F. make the bed

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D. mop the floor

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- feather duster

:r:tl

9. rags

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2- necycling bin

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17. dustpan

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10. vacuum cleaner

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18. cleanser r!1". ' il^t.

a."rs.

3- oven cleaner ,;rt jJ.u

11. vacuum cleaner attachments 4-.:!J+<ll i.".Sll erti*

19. sponge 4+l-]

"[. rubber gloves

12. vacuum cleaner bag 4,il!J+Sll a-lsJl r,5

20. scrub brush

5. steel-wool soap pads :j:til\ CIL Ct!

13. stepladder

21. dishwashing liquid

6" sponge mop

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7. bucket / pail '-o/

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8. furniture polish - '\,r -i2r^&

Ways to ask

for something

-,

e*;uJ

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', ' LbLJLlhYr J.@

+. gtass cleaner

22. dish towel

gl+j ..-Ui"

-, t a,, gttult.

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15. squeegee ((r+litu) 4il1L 4-LL

23. disinfectant wipes ;;,i-L.!pL^

16. broom

24. trash bags

i-"is. / a.$.

hand me the squeegee. Can you get me the broom? I need the sponoe mop. Please

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Pair practice. Make new coiiversations. Az Please hand me the sponge mop. B: Hereyou go. Doyou need the bucket? A: Yes, please. Can you get me the rubber gloves, too?

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1. The water heater is not working.

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6. The lock is broken.

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7. The steps are broken.

3. The roof is leaking.

8. roofer

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5. The window is broken. .i-.1j-454

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z. carpinter :t+, 3. fuse box

(sljlill)

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14. gas meter ;l;Jl :lrc

10. repair person eL-J -tL" / dL-;

More vocabulary

Pair practice. Make new conversations.

fix: to repair something that is broken

A: The faucet is leaking. B: Let's callthe plumber. He can fix it.

pests: termites, fleas, rats, etc.

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9. electrician

is cracked.

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1. locksmith ,, ...f ll6ql

2. The power is out. P &!r 9.J! -t *Sll ,Lll '9v

4. The tile

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exterminate: to kill household pests

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15. The furnace is broken. .Jhrl-,11lJ1/;-;slt 'T

6. The pipes are frozen.

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20. plumber

25. fleas

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21. exterminator gl u:iJl ;lLl

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22. termites (r",'eri .11 cl;a:16

27. rals

18. The sink is overflowing.

23. ants

28. mice*

'fi9. The toilet is

stopped up. :3r*r (c_,_Jl;jll) u-L;'Jt

(.J^)

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24. bedbugs (t:*) l*

.i c;r

26. cockroaches / roaches !-.-sj.,J-i,i

'il7. The faucet is dripping. .-Jri6 / Lil'l L!r-11 ..rj.l*o / Ct.L,*_rJt

ffi ffi ffi ffi ffi ffi ffi

(r.rlr5) i;r; (.tt-rs)

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xNote: one mouse, two mice

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Ways to ask about repairs

Role play. Talk to a repair person.

How much wittthis repair cost? When can you begin?

A: Can you fix the rooft B: Yes, but it willtake two weeks. A: How much willthe repair cost?

How long will the repair take?

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1. roommates

3. music

5. noise

2. party ili..

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7. rules jrl$

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4.

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6. irritated 6*-. i 6Ue"

8. mess 'l-i

invitation

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A. dance

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Answer the questions. 1. What happened in

apartment 28? How many people were there?

2. How did the neighbor feel? Why? 3. What rules did they write at the

tenant meeting? 4. What did the roommates do after the tenant meeting?

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Read the story.

The Tenant Meeting Sally Lopez and Tina Green are roommates. They live in apartment 28. One night they had a big party with music and a DJ.There was a mess in the hallway. Their neighbors were very

unhappy. Mr. Clark in 24 was very irritated. He hates noise! The next day there was a tenant meeting. Everyone wanted rules about

parties and loud music. The girls were very embarrassed.

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After the meeting, the girls cleaned the mess in the hallway.Then they gave each neighbor an invitation to a new party. Everyone had a good time at the rec room party. Now the tenants have two new rules and a new place to dance.

NEXT SATURDAY...

Think about it.

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1. What are

the most important rules in an apartment building? Why?

2. lmagine you are the neighbor in 2A. What do you say to Tina and Sally?

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2. meat 3. chicken !:

4. cheese 5. milk --".I*

6. butter

+j 7. eggs 8. vegetables ;iJi*:ia

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Listen and point. Take turns.

Pair Dictation

A: Point to the vegetables.

A: Write veaetables.

B: Point to the bread. A: Point to the fruit.

B: Please spellvegetables for me. Az

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talk about food.

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Do we need eggs?

A: Do we need eggs?

Do we have any pasta?

B:

We have some vegetables.

but we need fruit.

bread {ettuce graPes

No, we have some.

A: Do we have any...


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21. mangoes

14. strawberries

22. kiwi

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31. unripe banana

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1. Which fruit do you put in a fruit salad? 2. What kinds of fruit are common in your native country? 3; What kinds of fruit are in your kitchen right now?


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27. mushrooms

20. green onions / scallions

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6. tomatoes

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18. sweet potatoes

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Which vegetables do you eat raw? cooked?

2. Which vegetables do you put in a green salad? 3. Which vegetables are in your refrigerator right now?

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vegetarian: a person who doesn't eat meat boneless: meat and poultry without bones skinless: poultry without skin

l.

What kind of meat do you eat most often? 2. What kind of meat do you use in soups? 3. What part of the chicken do you like the most?


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Pair practice. Make new conversations.

td like some roast beef.

A: What can I get for you? B: ld like some roast beef. How about

I'll have a hatibut steak and some shrimp. Could I get some Swiss cheese?

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a pound?


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Canned Foods

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23. aluminum foil

26. ice cream

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27. frozen vegetables

22. yogurt

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Can you please tell me where to find the dog food?

A: Can vou please tell me where to find the dog food? B: Sure. !t's in aisle 18. Do you need anything etse?

Do you have any lamb chops today?

A: Yet where are the carrots?

Excuse me, where are the carrots?

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What is your favorite grocery store? 2. Do you prefer to shop alone or with friends? 3. Which foods from your country are hard to find?

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22. a loaf of bread

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23. a roll of paper towels +$;_e jpL* a.il

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Pair practice. Make conversations.

Some foods can be counted: an apple, two apples. Some foods can't be counted: some rice, some wqter. For non-count foods, count containers: tyyo bags of rice.

A; How many boxes of cereal do we need? B: We need two boxes.

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A. Measure the ingredients. .;:GJl ,.;l*i

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B. Weigh the food.

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C. Convert the measurements.

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1 pt.

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Weight

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a

fluid ounce of milk

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Ways to Serve Meat and Poultr1l inlsJls eJrlll

l.

fried chicken

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4. roasted turkey

5. boiled ham

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8. hardboiled eggs l\rtl J J* ,J;.#

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10. eggs sunny-side up \S.i -lc lL

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Role play. Make new conversations.

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6. stir-fried beef . ,,\iii\L lij^ < ,L --\

7. scrambled eggs

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3. broiled steak ,i;"L.J'*ii

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2. barbecued / grilled ribs -rlt *l' 4+j.j:. / 4+ri. (t_it-)

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A: How do you like your eggs? B: I like them scrarnbled. And you? A: t like them hardboiled.

9. poached eggs JUll el-]l .:s L-Jti" rJ-J*

1. eggs over easy

12. omelet

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A. Preheat the oven,

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Cut up the chicken.

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7. nachos

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19. plastic utensils

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(et !-l) +!rtr +,+: L3_,S* 27. meatballs (a+--s)d i+s 28. garlic bread

ed! -'S 29. grilled fish psjll

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Ask your classmates. Share the answers. 1. Do you prefer vegetable soup or chicken soup? 2. Do you prefer tea or coffee? 3. Which desserts on the menu do you like?

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42. low-fat milk e-Jl .-;.+i ,,ill-

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iiL-

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ii.;"

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3. high chair C$,x q--S 4. booth 'elll

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al]c

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G. clear / bus the dishes

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More vocabulary eat out: to go to a restaurant to eat take out: to buy food at a restaurant and take it home to eat

Look at the pictures. Describe what is happening.

A;

She's seating the customer.

B; He's taking the order.

7. menu eLlll a^jl! 8. server / waiter .r;--t+ / Jrl:

pay the check (.:L-Jt) ;r;LLit 6l+ leave a tip f

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13. dish room

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12. busser

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31. teaspoon

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32. soupspoon

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Pair practice. Make new conversations.

Role play. Talk to a new busser.

A: Excuse me, this spoon is dirty. B: I'm so sorry. I'll get you a clean spoon right qway. A: Thanks.

A: Do the salad forks go on the left? B: Yes.They go next to the dinner forks. A: What about the...7

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1. live music

t+ ssl--l 2. organic *'"1+ rL..i 4eJJj iL'j-

3. lemonade ', J /iru tJ\-t \ 4. sour J* / s;.*

5. samples .,.4

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7. vendors

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9. herbs -t-Li A. count .rij 7 ,..o.i


Look at the pictures. What do you see? Answer the questions.

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1. How many vendors are at the market today? 2. Which vegetables are organic? 3. What are the children eating? 4. What is the woman counting? Why?

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nead the story.

The Farmers'Market On Saturdays, the Novaks go to the farmers'market. They like to visit the vendors. Alex Novak always goes to the

hot food stand for lunch. His children love to eat the fruit samples. Alex's father usually buys some sweets and lemonade. The lemonade is very sour. Nina Novak likes to buy organic herbs and vegetables. Today, she is buying avocados. The market worker counts eight avocados. She gives Nina one more for free. There are other things to do at the market. The Novaks like to listen to the live music. Sometimes they meet friends there. The farmers'market is a great place for families on a Saturday afternoon.

Think about it. 1. What's good or bad about shopping at a farmers'market?

2. lmagine you are at the farmers' market. What willyou buy?

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Listen and point.Take turns.

Dictate to your partner. Take turns.

A: Point to the dress.

Az Write dress.

B: PointtotheT-shirt. Az Point to the baseball cao.

B: Is that spelled d-r-e-s-s? A: Yes. That's right.


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(x:+) ;',-r1

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12. slacks / pants ,ll .!i,^lLi,

13. shoes

!ii 14. sweater

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Ways to compliment clothes That's a

pretty

dress!

Those are great shoes! I

really like your baseball cap!

Role play. Compliment a friend.

A: That's a pretty

dress! Green is a great color on you.

B: Thanks! I really like your...

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More vocabulary

Describe the people. Take turns.

three piece suit: matching jacket, vest, and slacks outfit: clothes that look nice together in fashion / in style: clothes that are popular now

A: She3 wearing a maternity dress. B: He's wearing a uniform.

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22. sweatshirt / hoodie ,.r,i-_,ll .-k= i-a;1^,.1 i-i,, / :i,;L!-:; : ,:1: 23. sweatpants

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Think about it. Discuss. 1. What jobs require formal clothes? Uniforms? 2. What's good and bad about wearing school uniforms? 3. What is your opinion of today's popular clothing?

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2. (over)coat

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Pair practice. Make nerfu conversations.

raining. You should take an umbrella. tt's snowing.You should wear a scarf. It's sunny. You should wear a straw hat.

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27. blanket sleeper

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25. nightgown eL-$I ii u-+i 26. slippers qi: /

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More vocabulary

Ask your classmates. ShHre the answers;

lingerie: underwear or sleepwear for women loungewear: very casual clothing for relaxing around the home

2. What kind of sleepwear do you prefer?

1. What kind of socks are you wearing today?

3. Do you wear slippers at home?

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1. hard hat

t_i* d+ 2. work shirt &-:,_Fi^d / & !4^! 3. tool belt ':rtrrl

al;

4. Hi-Visibility safety vest .:,+ -l'k+j, ,fu ,l"i Lr.r:

7. ventilation mask

5. work pants

8. coveralls

13. tie

15. name tag a*)l 1++ ii1 Ll

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6. steel toe boots ak-.:t: JLJI 4:Jtc Li

14. polo shirt

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10. safety glasses .., rt.. ' i ulJtlar Jkl 1

1. apron

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18. cowboy hat

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19. jeans

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Pair practice. Make new conversations.

Use

Az What do construction workerswear to work? B: They wear hqrd hats and tool belts.

Look at pages 166-169. Name the workplace clothing you see.

A:

A: What do road workers wear to work?

B: 5he3 weariig scrubs.

the new words.

He's

wearing a hard hat.


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33. lab coat l.l$l

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34. latex gloves GjIl

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25. hairnet *,iI asl.li

28. chef's hat

26. smock

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30. waist apron ar>^ 4_x

35. surgical scrub cap

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38. surgical scrubs crliUl il'1i, lLJ

Askyour classmates. Share the answers.

Think about it. Discuss.

1. Which of these outfits would you like to wear? 2. Which of these items are in your closet? 3. Do you wear safety clothing at work? What kinds?

1. What other jobs require helmets? disposable gloves? 2. ls it better to have a uniform or wear yout. o*n clothes at work? Why?

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; B. wait in line

4. customer

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14. change purse / coin purse rF c."$ / Jhj+ 15. cell phone holder

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21. sole eliJl

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8. backpack .,

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17. shoulder bag

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13. wallet

5. display case c+1ij 6L:JJ* 6J$* 6. belts

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2. purses

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1. suspenders

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More vocabulary

Grammar Point: object pronouns

gift: something you give or receive from friends or family for a special occasion present: a gift

My sister loves jewelry. I'll buy her a necklace. My dad likes belts.l'llbuy him a belt buckte. My friends love scarves. t'lt buy them scarves.


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9. bracelets

3.d

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8. jewelry department

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10. necklaces

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1. hats cJ-jii

try on shoes t{+"lfil ,liJl ,J+,li

12. scarves

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29. oxfords :; nlJi olt

33. chain

30. loafers JL-K!! 4+,,:l el:31. hiking boots :\.,i1\ / lLJt lle v\v9/ "l:=\ L ;

34. beads in

38. pin

35. locket

39. string of pearls

32. tennis shoes

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to talk about accessories

hat to wear with this scarf. earrings to go with the necklace. Do you have a belt that would go with my shoes?

t need a

td

like

37. clip-on earrings

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40. ring

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2. small

3. medium

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16. short skirt cr-*"ii

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21. polka-dotted

19. solid

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5. extra large

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4. large

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22. plaid fu3L

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23. print dJL 24. checked nlaJJIS

25. floral (4r;-e cJltui

:i) tr-x

26. paisley (er--'l! oiS:-r. e+-) -\

Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

Role play. Talk to a salesperson.

1. Do you prefer crewneck or V-neck sweaters? 2. Do you prefer checked or striped shirts? 3. Do you prefer short-sleeved or'sleeveless shirts?

A:

l'm looking for this V-neck sweoter in lqge. Bz Here's a larye. lt'i on sale for.51_9"92. A: Wonderful fil tuke it. I'm also looking for,.. Excuse me.

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29. tight pants

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33. plain blouse

31. low heels

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light

jacket

30. loose / baggy pants

32. high heels

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40. A button is missing. .r3&&a ;..1 J1.a

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11. lt's ripped / torn.

42. lt's stained. r:-jg

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44. lt's too expensive. ,.""]l

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More vocabulary

Role play. Return an item to a salesperson.

refund: money you get back when you return an item to the store complaint: a statement that something is not right customer service: the place customers go with their complaints

A: Welcome to Shopmart. How may t help you? B: This sweater is new, but it's unraveling. A: l'm sorry. Would you like a refund?

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TyPes of Material jiul3ll erj;l

1. cotton

2. linen

3. wool

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4. cashmere

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17. needle

B. sew by hand \J! .LFl

15. bolt of fabric

18. needle plate 6.-;DU i.rir* a-$-

13. sewing machine

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16. rack u,Dl-ll J"JJ J_.r / &L-

More vocabulary

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fashion designer: a person who makes original clothes natural materials: cloth made from things that grow in nature synthetic materials: cloth made by people, such as nylon

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20. feed dog /feed bar .:[^1

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21. bobbin 6Js|

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19. presser foot

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A: That's denim. B: That's leather.


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31. appliqu6

29. hook and loop fastener

32. beads

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27. hookand eye

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30. ribbon +fuic

Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

l.

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Can you sew?

2. What's your favorite type of material?

3. How many types of material are you wear,ing today?

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h),i Think about it. Discuss. : 1. Do most people make or buy clothes in your country? 2. ls it better to make or buy clothes? Why? 3. Which.materia'ls a're best forformal clothes?


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1. dressmaker

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D. Take in the pants.

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Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

A: Would you hand me the thread?

1. ls there an alterations shop near your home? 2. Do you ever go to a tailor or a dressmaker? 3. What sewing supplies do you have at home?

B: OK. Whot are you going to do? A: !'m going to take in these ps!)Is.


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B. Add the detergent.

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Pair practice. lVlake new conversations. line dry

A: t have to sort the laundry. Can you help? B: Sure. Here's the laundry baskei.

dry clean only, do not wash

A: Thanks a lot!

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It's stained. I can give you seventyfive cents.

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2. What information is on the flyer? 3. Why are the stickers different colors?

4. How much is the clock radio? the VCR?

@

neaa the story.

A Garage Sale Last Sunday, I had a garage sale. At

5:00 a.m., I put up flyers in my neighborhood. Next, I put price stickers on my used clothing, myVCR, and some other old things. At 7:00 a.m., I opened my folding card table and folding chair.

Then lwaited. At 7:05 a.m., my first customer arrived. She asked, "How much is the sweatshirt?"

"Two dollars," I said. She said, "lt's stained. I can give you

seventy-five cents."We bargained for minute and she paid 51.00.

a

All day people came to browse, bargain, and buy. At 7:00 p.m., I had $85.00. Now I know two things: Garage sales are hard work and nobody wants to buy an old clock radio!

Think about it. 1. Do you like to buy things at garage sales? Why or why not?

2. lmagine you want the VCR. How will you bargain for it?

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2. hair

F

3. neck i.d.

4. chest Jl..

5. back J<-l

6. nose -iii 7. mouth c 8. foot

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Dictate to your partner. Take turns.

A: Point to the chest.

Az Write

Bz

Pointtothe neck.

Az Point to the mouth.

hst

B: Did you say hair? A: That's right, h-a-i-r.


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13. shoulder ,

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14. arm Ll:1

15. hand +

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Pair practice. Take turns giving commands.

Please touch your right foot.

Az Raise your arms.

Put your hands on your feet.

B: Touch your fes!. A: Put your hand on your shoulder.

Don't put your hands on your shoulders.


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The Mouth

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5. lip ir.

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Pair practice. Make new conversations.

torso: the part of the body from the shoulders to the pelvis limbs: arms and legs toenail: the nail on your toe

A: ls vour arm OK? B: Yes, but now my elbow hurts. A: l'm sorry to hear that.


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Think about it. Discuss.

unscented: a product without perfume or scent

1. Which personal hygiene products should someone use before a job interview? 2. What is the right age to start wearing makeup? Why?

hypoallergenic: a product that is better for people with allergies


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9. chills

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10. rash 611-

13. cut

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Look at the pictures. Describe the symptoms and injuries.

Think about it. Discuss.'

A: He

2. What do you recommend for a stomachache? 3. What is the best way to stop a bloody nose?

has a backache.

B: She has a toothache.

1. What are some common cold symptoms?


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Common lllnesses and Childhood Diseasss ilriLlt crl-ris ir.iutt

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2. flu I )J 9l$l

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5. measles i,*

6. chicken pox

7. mumps

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3. intestinal parasites

0. cancer .-,[-l-

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& 16. arthritis

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More vocabulary AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome): a medical condition that results from contracting the HIV virus Alzheimer's disease: a disease that causes dementia

coronary disease: hedrt disease infectious disease: a disease that air or water

influenza: flu

is spread

through


tl+r

l. pharmacist J+* 2. prescription

3. prescription medication l+i.t .ir ^-J^ el;r

5. prescription number

4. prescription label

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F. Do not drink alcohol. .a-rlFs.!qJJ* :_,,.i: Y

More vocabulary

Role play.',Tal k to thepharmacist.

prescribe medication: to write a prescription fill prescriptions: to prepare medication for patients pick up a prescription: to get prescription medication

Az Hi.

t need to pick up a prescription for Jones. B: Here's your medication, Mr, Jones. Tske these once a day with milk or food.


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l.

walker

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14. air purifier

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22. tablet

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25. cream

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28. antacid

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29. cough syrup .JL,"ll

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30. throat lozenges i l+jsX:,ilL !-^ll u-lJli

32. nasal spray

31. eye drops ,j,t'lj;;JJ

33. inhaler

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Ask your classmates. Share the answers. 1. What pharmacy do you go to? 2. Do you ever ask the pharmacist for advice? 3, Do you take any vitamins? Which ones?

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Ways to GetWell

A. Seek medical attention. .a..ul LuJt

B. Get bed rest.

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C. Drink fluids.

D. Take medicine.

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E. Stay fit.

F. Eat a healthy diet.

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More vocabulary

Ask your classmdtes. Share the answers.

injection: medicine in a syringe that is put into the body immunization / vaccination: an injection that stops

1. How do you stay fit? 2. What do you do when you're sick? 3. Which two foods are a part of your healthy diet?

serious diseases


d3!+ !&ll Types of Health problems 4'rr.al ,Jsr,LJ grjii

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vision

problems

3. pain

2. hearing loss

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5. depression

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10. hearing aid ;.rl

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11. physical

therapy

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Ways to ask about health problems Are

13. talk therapy

you in pain?

Areyou having vision problems? Are you experiencing depression?

eb

15. support group e.l L_t^+

14. therapist alLPair practice. Make new conversations. A: Doyou know a good gplgme!$l? B: Why? Are you having vision problems? Az Yes, t might need olasses.

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1. ambulance *i[**l ;JL-

E. have an allergic reaction

2. paramedic sL-)l CU

F. get an electric shock

A. be unconscious

G. get frostbite liJl U*,6r Lr

M. bleed djiiJ

B. be in shock

H. burn (your)self

N. can't breathe

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a*n;f-+r

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C. be injured / be hurt

ur! Sto;

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D. have a heart attack C$ cr+ +l-J

Grammar Point: past tense For past tense add -ed:

burned, drowned, swallowed,

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K. overdose on drugs ely:ll cJ a!.:i" a*"S ,J:Ul

L. choke c9s

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fall Lii

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get

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break

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1. Do you know someone with braces? Who? 2. Do dentists make you nervous? Why or why not? 3. How often do you go to the dentist?

A: lthink t have a cavity. B: Let me take a look.

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12. certified nursing

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Chiropractors move the spine to improve health. Orthopedists treat bone and joint problems.


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A: Write this sentence.

A: I need to find a good surgeon.

Bz She's

She's

a volunteer.

a what?

A; VoIunteer. That's v-ol-u-n-t-e-e-r.

dottor.

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4. How much is an acupuncture treatment? a medical screening?

Q

neaa the story.

A Health Fair Once a month the Fadool Health Clinic has a health fair. You can get a low-cost medical exam at one booth. The nurses check your blood pressure and check your pulse. At another booth you can get a free eye exam. And an acupuncture

treatment is only 55.00. You can learn a lot at the fair. This month a doctor is giving a lecture on nutrition labels. There is also a demonstration on sugar-free cooking. You can learn to do aerobic exercise and yoga, too. Do you want to get healthy and stay healthy? Then come to the Fadool Clinic

Health Fair!

Think about it. 1. Which booths at this

fair look

interesting to you? Why? 2. Do you read nutrition labels? Why or why not?

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location. I am at the bank.

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5. mosque

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to state your destination using fo and to the

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Where's your favorite coffee shop? 2, Where's your favorite supermarket? 3, Where's your favorite movie theater?

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13. mailbox

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Think about it. Discuss.

A: I have a lot of errands to do today. Bz Me, too. First, I'm going to the laundromat. A: I'll seeyou there ofter ! stop at the copy center.

2. Would you like to own a small business? lf yes, what kind? lf no, why not?

1. Which businesses are good to have in a neighborhood? Why?


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neighborhood: the area close to your home do errands: to make a short trip from your home to

1. What errands do you do every week? 2. What stores do you go to in your neighborhood? 3. What things can you buy from a street vendor?

buy or pick up things

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beauty shop: hair salon men's store: men's clothing store gift shop: a store that sells t-shirts, mugs, and other small gifts

A: Where is the florist? B: lt's on the first ftoor,

next

to

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Pair practice. Make new conversationt.

Mail') Mail')

This letter has to eet there tomorrow. (Express

Ai Hi. This letter

has

This letter has to arrive in two days. (Priority

B: You can

it by

This letter can go in reaular mail. (First Class)

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B. Address the envelope. ..jLlJl *lt OlJitll ';'1<1

C. Put on a stamp.

E. Deliver the card.

F. Receive the card.

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overnight / next day mail: Express Mail' postage: the cost to send mail junk mail: mail you don't want

1. What kind of mail do you send overnight? 2. Do you want to be a letter carrier? Why or why not? 3. Do you get junk mail? What do you do with it?

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expire: a license is no good, or expires, after the expiration date renew a license: to apply to keep a license before it expires vanity plate: a more expensive, personal license plate

1. How far

is

the DMV from your home?

2. Do you have a driver's license? lf yes, when does it expire? lf not, do you want one?


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2. How can communities help stop crime?


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sober: not drunk designated drivers: sober drivers who drive drunk people home safely

1. Do you feel safe in your neighborhood? 2. Look at the pictures. Which of these things do you do? 3. What other things do you do to stay safe?

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1. Which natural disaster worries you the most? 2. Which natural disaster worries you the least? 3. Which disasters are common in your local area?

1. What organizations can help you in an emergency? 2. What are some ways to prepare for natural disasters? 3. Where would you go in an emergency?

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1. Who would yourcallfirst after an emergency? 2. Do you have escape and evacuation routes planned? 3. Are you a calm person in case of an emergency?

need

for our disaster kit?

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I'm fine.

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2. What was the petition for? 3. Why did the city council applaud?

4. How did the people change the street?

@ neaA the story. Community Cleanup Marta Lopez has a donut shop on Main Street. One day she looked at her street and was very upset. She saw qraffiti on her donut shop and the other stores. Litter was everywhere. All the streetlights were broken. Marta wanted to fix the lights and clean up the street. Marta started a petition about the streetlights. Five hundred people signed it. Then she gave a speech to the city council.The council members voted to repair the streetlights. Everyone applauded. Marta was happy, but her work wasn't finished.

PHART'O

Next, Marta asked for volunteers to clean up Main Street.The hardware store manager gave the volunteers free paint. Marta gave them free donuts and coffee. The volunteers painted and cleaned. They changed Main Street. Now Main Street is beautiful and Marta is proud.

Think about it. 1. What are some problems in your community? How can people help?

2. lmagine you

are Marta. What do you say in your speech to the city council?

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Dictate to your partner. Take turns.

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A: Write motorcycle.

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B: Could you repeat that for me?

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for buses, trains, subways, taxis, planes, and helicopters. Use drive for cars and trucks. Use take

Use ride for bicycles and motorcycles.

Pair practice. Make new conversations. A: How do you get to school? B: I take the bus. How about you? A: I ride a bicycle to school.


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Ask your classmates. Share the answers.

A: Watch out!The sign

1. How many traffic signs are on your street? 2. What's the speed limit on your street? 3. What traffic signs are the same in your native country?

says no left turn. B: Sorry, ! was looking ot the stop sign. A: That's OK. Just be careful!


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2. What was the last map you used? Why?

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A: I have a new car!

make: the name of the company that makes the car model: the style of the car

you get o hybrid? A: Yes, but I really wanted a sports car. Bz Did


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departure time: the time the plane takes off arrival time: the time the plane lands direct flight: a ilip with no stops

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A Road Trip On July 7th Joe and Rob packed their bags for a road trip. Their starting.point was Seattle. Their destination was New York City. The young men saw beautiful scenery on their trip. But there were also problems. They got lost. Then, a gas station attendant gave them bad directions. Next, they got a speeding ticket. Joe was very upset. After that, their car broke down. Joe called a tow truck and used his auto club card. The end of their trip was difficult, too. They ran out of gas and then they had a

flat tire. After 7,000 miles of problems, Joe and Rob arrived in New York City. They were happy, but tired. Next time, they're going to take the train.

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whv? 2. Imagine your car breaks down on the road. Who can you call? What can you do?

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What's her job?

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What does he do? What kind of work do they do?

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