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Ge Ready Vocabulary: Places

1

Look at the objects and complete the names of the places they belong in.

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Go to the under-16s club. ‘I love dancing.’ ‘I’m into films.’ ‘I love swimming.’ ‘I like animals.’ ‘I’m into sport and exercise.’ ‘I’m interested in history.’

3

Where do they want to go? Match the people with three of the places.

1

Hannah

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Sarah

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DAY TICKET: £50.00

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Tom

£11.50 per teenager

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Write advice. Use names of places.

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Your Turn

4

Where do you want to go? Choose places for these situations.

1

It’s Saturday afternoon and you’re bored.

2 3

It’s your birthday. It’s Friday evening and the TV is boring.

4

It’s the last day of term.

5

You want to go out with a friend.

6

You want to go out in a big group.

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10 Vocabulary and Grammar Vocabulary: Free time

1

Write the names of the activities. hang out at the local park go to the cinema go to the shopping centre play basketball watch DVDs at home spend time with my family ride my bike surf the Internet

1

I watch about three a week on my computer, usually at weekends.

2

I look in the clothes and music shops every weekend.

3

I go about once a month. My favourite actors are Mark Wahlberg and Scarlett Johansson.

4

My friends and I have a match once a week. We train a lot after school.

5

I get information for my homework, or just look for interesting websites.

6

I use it to go to school and a lot at the weekends. It’s good exercise.

7

I chat to my mum and dad for an hour every evening after dinner.

8

I go every evening after school. I see my friends there but I don’t play on the equipment.

Your Turn

4

2

Rewrite the sentences using the adverbs in brackets.

1

We play computer games. (hardly ever)

watch DVDs at home

Number the activities in Exercise 1 (1 = your favourite activity).

Grammar: Adverbs

We hardly ever play computer games. 2

I listen to CDs after school. (always)

3

My parents go to the sports centre at

Grammar Reference, page 92

3

Write the words in the correct place in the table. always never often usually sometimes hardly ever

100%

always

weekends. (sometimes) 4

You play tennis with me. (never)

5

My sister reads in the evening. (usually)

6

I go to the skatepark at weekends. (often)

0%

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11

5

Listen to Tim, Martin and Rachel. Write the correct names under the charts. play the guitar

Your Turn

7

Complete the chart for you. Then complete the summary.

go to music shops listen to CDs

1 go to the cinema read books write stories and poems

I usually

in the evening.

I also like

2

.

I often

and I sometimes .

watch TV

I’m not into

surf the Internet

.

I don’t

play sport

6

.

My favourite thing is

and I never .

8

3

Write the words in the correct order.

Complete the text about the people in Exercise 5 with the pairs of words in the box. hardly ever/go sometimes/surf sometimes / write never/read sometimes/go often/play usually/listen hardly ever/play sometimes/watch never/watch usually/read Rachel

1

often plays

sport. She

2

TV and she

the Internet. She

4

Tim

3

magazines.

5

to CDs or his MP3 player

in the evening. He

6

and he never sings. He

the guitar 7

to

music shops with his friends at the weekends. Martin

8

TV and he never

hangs out with people from school. He 9 10

books in his free time. He stories and poems. He doesn’t

mind watching DVDs at home, but he 11

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to the cinema.

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11 Vocabulary and Grammar 1

Match words from A and B to complete the sentences.

A

put

sit

get

find

listen

talk

B

look

to

out

on

in

to

at

down

2 1

about life in the sea at WaterWorld.

Put on

special glasses and see the film in 3D.

3

cars of the future at SpaceRace.

4 spectacular exhibitions of plant life at EcoWorld.

5

the exhibition guides. their information and ask lots of questions.

Grammar: there is/there are with some and any

6

and have a drink in our café.

a

Grammar Reference, page 92–93

2

Complete the descriptions of the places (1–3) with is, are, isn’t, aren’t, some or any. Then match the photos (a–c) to the descriptions.

1 The Six Flags Great Adventure is in New Jersey in the United States.

There 1 are 13 roller coasters in this amusement park – Kingda Ka is about 139 metres high and it’s very fast. There 2 also water rides and 3 rides for children. The park has also got a lot of wild animals and there 4 a safari bus tour.

b

2 The Eden Project is in Cornwall in the south of England. There 5

any rollercoasters or rides here – it is an information centre about plants and the environment. There 6 two special buildings called ‘biomes’ with thousands of plants from different countries. There aren’t 7 real animals but there is a lot of information about animals and plants.

c

3 The National Space Centre is in Leicester in the centre of England. You can find out about space and other planets. There 8 spectacular exhibitions and interactive activities. There 9 a play area but there are activities for school students and young children.

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3

4

Complete the dialogue with the words in the box. there is (x3) are isn’t aren’t some any (x2)

Ben

good museum?

snack bars?

Is there a good museum? Yes, there is./ No, there isn’t.

Are there any snack bars? Yes, there are./ No, there aren’t.

1

good music shops?

2

cinema?

3

skateparks?

4

ice rink?

Hi, Annie. It’s Ben here.

Annie

Write questions and true short answers about your town.

Oh, hi Ben. How are things? Do you like your new town?

Ben

It’s great, thanks.

1

There

cool places to go. There park and Annie

2

a water

’s an ice rink.

Wow! I love ice skating. And are there

Ben

3

are some

4

No, there

skateparks? 5

. I can’t do much

Your Turn

skateboarding now. Annie

Oh, that’s sad. But what about shopping? How many shopping centres

6

5

Complete the text with true information.

there? Ben

7

Annie

I live in

(name of town). There places for young people. There is and there are . I go to the (place) every (time). There isn’t and there aren’t . I think my town is (interesting/boring).

Three. They are all very big and there are good small shops, too.

That’s fantastic. There aren’t good shops here.

9

8

there a 3D

cinema? Ben

No, there 11

10

but there a cinema with five screens.

We go and see a film there every week. Annie

6

Cool!

Think about your ideal school. Write sentences about five things in the box. snack bars teachers robots tests sports centre computers books interactive video screens armchairs

1

There are three snack bars.

2 3 4 5 6

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12 Skills Vocabulary: Places

1

Complete the names of the places. Which places are near your school? Tick the boxes.

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Look at the map. Complete the directions with the words in the box.

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Key Expressions: Asking for and giving directions

3

Complete the dialogue with lines (a–g). There are two lines you don’t need.

A

Excuse me.

a

You’re welcome.

B

1

e

b

That’s right. Go down Oak Street, cross

A

Can you tell me how to get to the post office,

Millennium Square and the post office is on

please?

the left.

B

2

c

Go out of the car park and turn right.

A

Oak Street?

d

Yes, sure. Go past the police station and turn

B

3

A

On the left?

e

Yes?

B

4

f

Yes. You can’t miss it. It’s opposite the hotel.

A

Thanks very much.

g

Yes, it’s opposite the post office.

B

5

left into Oak Street.

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Listening 12

4

Listen to the dialogues and write the names of the places (A, B and C) on the map.

Reading

5

6

Read the note and choose the correct information. Hi Simone, Here are directions to the under-16s club. First, get the bus from your house to the High Street. Stop opposite the shopping centre. Then cross the main road and turn right into Queen Street. Go past the bank on the left and then turn left into White Road. The under-16s club is opposite the ice rink. You can’t miss it! See you at 7.30. Mark

Writing

7 1 2 3 4 5 6

The note is from Simone / Mark . Simone wants to go to Mark’s house / the under-16s club. Simone needs / doesn’t need to get a bus. Simone needs to get the bus / walk from the shopping centre. Simone needs to cross one / two roads. You can / can’t see the ice rink from the under-16s club.

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Number the directions in the correct order. Then write capital letters where necessary.

Write a note to a friend. Give him/her directions from your school to your house. Include First,, then,, and and then..

Dear Here are directions to my house.

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Reading Corner 2 There is a young swimmer calle d Gre g, Who eats nothing but biscuits and egg s. He doe sn’t swim fast , In race s, he’s last , But he’s only got very short legs .

Limericks 1

Read the definition of limerick.

limerick /′lɪmərɪk/ a short, funny poem with five lines, three long and two short

2

Write the missing lines of Limerick 1 in the correct place. Use the rhyme to help you.

W hen she walks do wn the stre et ,

Limerick 1

And she often has ver y co ld toe s.

ose . a very long n W ho has got

There is a young girl they call Rose, She can’t see her feet,

13

3 4

Listen to Limerick 1 and check your answers to Exercise 2. Choose the correct words in Limerick 2. Use the rhyme to help you.

Limerick 2

Bret t/Brad, There is/has a young student calle d And a/an huge dino saur is/are his pet. It’s got/has very sharp toot h/te eth, But it’s every/ever so swe et, . And it doe sn’t like seeing the vet/zoo

14

5

Listen to Limerick 2 and check your answers to Exercise 4.

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6

Complete Limerick 3 with the words in the box. is spends not says bread young think

crazy

17

11 Listen to Limerick 5 and check your answers to Exercise 10.

12

in

Match the pictures (a–e) to Limericks (1–5). Then read your favourite limerick aloud.

Limerick 3 There

is

a

student called Daisy. she is

Her friends all She And then

15

.

all day

Eating chocolate and

a

bed, ,

, ‘I’m

really lazy!’

7

Listen to Limerick 3 and check your answers to Exercise 6.

8

Read Limerick 4 and underline the main stresses on each line.

b

c

Limerick 4

, There is a new robot calle d ‘WorkMate’ hate . Who like s doing things that you just He doe s homework and test s, So that you have a rest , smates. And go out and about with your clas

16

9 10

d

e

Listen to Limerick 4 and check your answers to Exercise 8. Write the lines of Limerick 5 in full. Think about the rhythm to help you.

Limerick 5 There / young lady / Rome Who / hardly ever / at home She / skateboard / in park And / go swimming / in the dark And / never remember / her comb

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Language Check 4 Vocabulary

1

4

Write places for these things. films –

Anne

cinema

1

emails – I

2

rides – a

3

gymnastics – s

4

trains – r

5

letters – p

6

new clothes – s

7

dancing – u

8

exhibitions – m

9

money – b

10 food – s

Joe

p

Yes, there

3 4 5

c

places for young

2

. There

3 4

good snack bars.

s

Anne

o

Wow! There

5

any snack bars in

my town – it’s really small. But there

c

6

an under-16s club at my school.

-16s c Joe

There

7

an under-16s club at my

school but there’s a good computer club. b

Choose the correct words. Don’t look at / to the answers to the exercise. You can find out / up about different places on the Internet. Sit out / down and have a drink. I talk at / to my best friend every day. Can I get in / on the car now?

Grammar Reorder the letters in brackets and write the adverbs in the correct place in the sentences.

How many computers

Joe

About twenty, I think.

Anne

Twenty! We haven’t got a computer club

Joe

Is there a computer shop?

Anne

No, there

2

He is happy. (syualul)

3

We go to the cinema. (evnre)

4

My parents use the Internet. (iosmestme)

5

I am at home in the mornings. (aslyaw)

9

10

. My town is boring! / 10

Key expressions

5

Choose the correct words.

A

Can you tell me how / where to get to the hospital, please? Yes, sure. First, 1go down / out of this street and then 2turn / cross right opposite the cinema. It’s 3in / on the corner of the High Street and White Road. Go 4past / down the bank on White Road. The hospital is on the left. You can’t 5miss / find it. Thanks very much.

B

I hardly ever play computer games. You arrive late. (nfeot)

there?

Internet cafés in town.

I play computer games. (adyhrl vere) 1

8

Anne

at my school and there aren’t

/5

3

1

a bowling alley. And there are

I hate getting up / down early. 1 2

Are there

people in your town? c

/ 10

2

Complete the dialogue with ’s, isn’t, are, aren’t, some or any.

B

/5

What’s your score? Module 4

/5

Vocabulary

This is easy.

Grammar

I need more practice.

Key Expressions / 35

This is difficult.

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