Page 1

Con en s Get Ready A

You (pp. 4–5)

Key Words: Countries Word Builder: Nationalities Key Expressions: Meeting people; The alphabet

Grammar: to be

B

Your Family (pp. 6–7)

Key Words: Numbers/Family/Ordinal Numbers/Months

C

Your Classroom (pp. 8–9)

Key Words: Classroom Objects Word Builder: Plural nouns Pronunciation: /s/, /z/ and /ɪz/ Grammar: Prepositions of place

D

Your School (pp. 10–11)

Key Words: School Subjects; Telling the time

E

Your Room (p. 12)

Key Words: Bedrooms/Colours

F

Your Photos (p.13)

Key Words: Appearance

Unit/Page

Grammar: Possessive adjectives/’s

Grammar: Imperatives/Object pronouns

Grammar: this, that, these, those

Grammar: Articles

Language

Sentence Builder: Simple sentences

Skills

1 The Challenge Get Ready (pp. 14–15)

Key Words: Interests

Listening: Personal information/interests

1

Young and Talented (pp. 16–17)

Key Words: Abilities Grammar: can (ability) Sentence Builder: and/but

Reading: Talented young people Speaking: Your abilities

2

Skills for Life (pp.18–19)

Word Builder: Verb–noun collocations Grammar: Question words

Reading: A questionnaire Listening: An interview Speaking: Answering a questionnaire Pronunciation: Questions

3

The First Meeting (pp. 20–21)

Key Words: Opinion Adjectives

Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Opinions Writing: A form

Study Corner 1 (p. 22)

Speaking: Your interests

Pronunciation: can – weak/strong

Study Help: Vocabulary books

2 Exercise Get Ready (p. 23)

Key Words: Sport and Exercise

Listening: Exercise advice

4

Fit and Fashionable (pp. 24–25)

Key Words: Appearance and Clothes Word Builder: Compound nouns Grammar: have got/has got Sentence Builder: and

Reading: A fashion designer

5

Top Tips (pp. 26–27)

Key Words: Food and Drink Grammar: Countable/uncountable nouns, some and any

Reading and Listening: Sport and diet Speaking: Favourite food and drink

6

At the Sports Centre (pp. 28–29)

Speaking: Game

Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Asking how things are Writing: A text message

Across Cultures 1 (pp. 30–31)

Reading: National Sports Days Listening: Interviews Listen closely: Contractions Pronunciation: /s/, /ʃ/ Speaking: Sports favourites Project: A sports poster

Study Corner 2 (p. 32)

Study Help: Picture Dictionary

3 Risk Get Ready (p. 33)

Key Words: Jobs/Adjectives

Listening: Identifying jobs

7

A Dangerous Job (pp. 34–35)

Key Words: Routines Grammar: Present Simple (1 and 2) Sentence Builder: Time clauses

Reading: A professional jockey Speaking: Your routine

8

Cyber Safety (pp. 36–37)

Key Words: The Internet Reading and Listening: Safety on the Internet Grammar: Present Simple (3) Sentence Builder: Expressions with every

9

The Adventure Park (pp. 38–39)

Key Words: Feelings Sentence Builder: Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Verbs of preference + noun or verb + -ing Preferences Speaking: A class survey Writing: A report

Study Corner 3 (p. 40)

Speaking: Game Pronunciation: /z/, /s/ and /ɪz/

Speaking: Routines

Study Help: Classroom Language 1

4 Out and About

2

Get Ready (p. 41)

Key Words: Places

Listening: Free time

10 Free Time (pp. 42–43)

Grammar: Adverbs (1) Sentence Builder: Position of adverbs

Reading and Listening: Teenage activities Speaking: Are you an outdoor or indoor person?

Speaking: Your free time

11 A Trip Back in Time (pp. 44–45)

Grammar: there is/there are with some and any Word Builder: Multi-part verbs

Reading and Listening: Jorvik Viking Centre Listening: Tourist information/A survey Speaking: Places in your area

12 Going Out (pp. 46–47)

Key Words: Places/Directions Sentence Builder: first and then

Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Asking for and giving directions Writing: A note with directions

Across Cultures 2 (pp. 48–49)

Reading: School life Listening: A British school day Listen closely: Unstressed words/sounds /ɪ/ and /iː/ Project: Poster – Our ideal school day

Study Corner 4 (p. 50)

Study Help: Classroom Language 2

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Unit/Page

Language

Skills

Get Ready (p. 51)

Key Words: The Weather

Listening: Weather report

13 Our Weather (pp. 52–53)

Key Words: Seasons Word Builder: Nouns/Adjectives Grammar: Present Continuous (1) Sentence Builder: why and because

Reading: Weather updates

14 Tornado! (pp. 54–55)

Grammar: Present Continuous (2) Sentence Builder: Pronoun reference

Reading and Listening: News programme

15 In the Country (pp. 56–57)

Word Builder: Containers

Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Shopping Writing: A postcard

5 The Weather

Study Corner 5 (p. 58)

Speaking: Weather in your country Speaking: Identity game

Speaking: Game

Study Help: Learning words

6 Expeditions Get Ready (p. 59)

Key Words: Transport

Listening: Travel

16 Space Station (pp. 60–61)

Key Words: Space Grammar: was/were Word Builder: -ed adjectives

Reading: The International Space Station

Speaking: Game

17 Charity Adventure (pp. 62–63)

Grammar: Past Simple (1)

Reading and Listening: Bangkok to Brighton Pronunciation: -ed endings Speaking: Your holidays

Speaking: Yesterday

18 The Expedition (pp. 64–65) Sentence Builder: Past time clauses

Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Suggestions Writing: A short note

Across Cultures 3 (pp. 66–67)

Reading: Welcome to the UK! Listening: Interview – British girl in Spain Listen closely: Intonation Pronunciation: /θ/ and /ð/ Project: A poster – My Country

Study Corner 6 (p. 68)

Study Help: Homework

7 Helping Get Ready (p. 69)

Key Words: Helping

Listening: Helping

19 Animals in Danger (pp. 70–71)

Grammar: Past Simple (2) Sentence Builder: with

Listening: Animal descriptions Reading: Animals in danger Speaking: Talking about animals

20 Change your World! (pp. 72–73)

Grammar: Past Simple (3)

Reading: Local hero

21 Community Work (pp. 74–75)

Sentence Builder: then and after

Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Requests Writing: An email

Study Corner 7 (p. 76)

Speaking: A questionnaire

Speaking: Your weekend

Study Help: Classroom Language 3

8 Television Get Ready (p. 77)

Key Words: TV Programmes

Listening: TV programmes

22 Last Week on TV (pp. 78–79)

Grammar: Comparatives and superlatives Word Builder: -ed and -ing adjectives

Reading: TV review

23 A Chat Show (pp. 80–81)

Grammar: going to Sentence Builder: Future time clauses

Reading: Chat show interview

24 Party Time (pp. 82–83) Across Cultures 4 (pp. 84–85)

Speaking: A questionnaire

Speaking: Comparing actors Speaking: Holiday plans

Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Invitations Writing: An invitation Key Words: Celebrations

Study Corner 8 (p. 86)

Reading: New Year Celebrations Listening: New Year in Scotland and Australia Listen closely: Expressions Pronunciation: Word stress Speaking: New Year at home Project: A poster – Festivals Study Help: Revising for exams

Student A Activities (p. 87) Student B Activities (p. 88) Time Out! (pp. 89–99) Picture Dictionary (pp. 100–110) Questionnaire answers, Fact or Fiction answers, Irregular verb list (p. 111)

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Get Ready

A

You Warm-up

1

Reading and Listening

Look at the Key Words. Match the countries with the flags.

Key Words:

1.2

1

2

4

3

5

7

8

10

11

13

14

2

6

9

12

1.4

4

Read and listen to the dialogue. Complete the sentences with nationality adjectives.

Alex Hello. Adam Hi. I’m Adam. Ewa And my name’s Ewa. What’s your name? Alex Alex. Ewa Nice to meet you. We’re new at this school. Alex Me too! Where are you from? Adam We’re from Warsaw. Alex Oh, you’re 1 . Ewa Yes, and you? Are you 2 ? Alex No, I’m not. I’m 3 . I’m from Toronto. Are you in Class 7? Adam No, we aren’t. We’re in Class 5. The teacher, Mr Gerrard, is 4 . Alex Oh, my teacher is Miss Lewis. She isn’t Australian. She’s 5 . Ewa Oh, time for class. See you later. Alex Okay, bye.

15

Copy and complete the Word Builder with the countries and nationality adjectives. Argentinian Australian Brazilian Canadian Chinese Greek Italian Japanese Polish Portuguese Russian Spanish Turkish British American

Word Builder Word  Builder

Argentina – Argentinian

1.3

3

Now listen and check your answers.

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Revision

9

Grammar: to be

5

Look at the Key Expressions and complete the dialogue.

Look at the examples in the table.

Key Expressions:

Affirmative I He/She/It You/We/They

’m (am) ’s (is) ’re (are)

from Rome.

Negative I He/She/It You/We/They

’m not (am not) isn’t (is not) aren’t (are not)

A B Australian.

I he/she/it you/we/they

American?

4

1.5

1

is / your name? / what

’s your

Invent a person and the information below. Work in pairs. Act out a dialogue like the one in Exercise 4.

11 Read and listen to the alphabet. Then listen and write down five names.

Adam

1

Aa

The alphabet Bb Cc Dd Ee

Gg Hh

Alex isn’t American. He Canadian. Ewa and Adam Russian. They Polish. Alex is in Class 7. Ewa and Adam in Class 7. They in Class 5. Mr Gerrard Australian. Miss Lewis Australian. She British. Use the words to write questions.

3

• name • country and nationality • where teachers are from

Complete the sentences about the people in Exercise 4. Use is, isn’t, are or aren’t.

7

’s Esin.

to meet you. are you from? Argentina, and you? I’m from Istanbul, in Turkey.

Practice

1 2 3

2

5

No, I’m not. No, he/she/it isn’t. No, you/we/they aren’t.

Wh- Questions

6

. My

name? Diego. 4

10

What is your name? (What’s your name?) Where are you from? What nationality is she?

Hello

Your Turn

Short Answers Yes, I am. Yes, he/she/it is. Yes, you/we/they are.

1

A B A B

Yes/No Questions Am Is Are

Hi.

Ii

Mm Nn Oo Ss

Tt

Yy

Zz

Uu

Jj

Kk

Ff Ll

Pp Qq Rr Vv Ww Xx

What’s your name? 2 3 4 5

you / are / from the UK? you / from? / are / where you / a student? / are are / nationality / your teachers? / what

8

Write true answers for the questions in Exercise 7.

What’s your name? My name’s …

12 A B A

Spelling Quiz Work in pairs. Choose five words and test your partner.

Spell ‘Russia’. R – U – double S – I – A Correct!

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B

Your Family

Warm-up

1

1.7

2

Look at the Key Words. Write the numbers in the correct order. Then listen and check.

Pronunciation Look at the Word Builder. Listen to the numbers. Can you hear a) or b)?

Word Builder Word  Builder

Key Words:

1.6

3

Picture Dictionary page 100. Look at the Key Words.

Key Words:

1.8

Mark (65)

4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

5 A B

Rachel (63)

Look at the family tree. What are the relationships? Mark/Rachel Maggie/Kelly Leo/Ed James/Ed Mark/Vicky Rachel/Ed Frances/Kelly Kelly/Ed Kelly/Vicky

husband

cousins

– – – – – – – –

wife

Maggie (39)

James (40)

Frances (38)

Leo (40)

Work in pairs. Ask and answer about the people in Exercise 4.

How old is Maggie? She’s thirty-nine.

Kelly (13)

Ed (14)

Vicky (13)

Reading and Listening 1.9

6 1

2

6

Read about the people in Exercise 4. Who are they? 3 I’m sixty-three and my husband is sixty-five. Our children’s names are James and Frances. Frances’s husband is called Leo. Their daughter’s name is Vicky. 4 James is my brother. His wife’s name is Maggie. She’s Canadian. My niece and my daughter are both thirteen and my nephew is fourteen.

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My mum is Canadian and my dad is British. My grandparents’ names are Mark and Rachel. Their dog is very old – about fourteen. Its name is Scoot. I’m fourteen, too. My cousins’ names are Kelly and Ed. Kelly is thirteen and her brother is fourteen. Kelly is my favourite cousin. She’s great. We are good friends.

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Revision

Grammar: Possessive adjectives/’s

10

7

1 2 3 4

Look at the examples in the table.

Possessive adjectives My mum is Canadian. Your family is great. His wife’s name is Maggie. Her brother is fourteen. Its name is Scoot. Our children’s names are James and Frances. Their dog is very old. Possessive ’s

11

daughter’s Frances’s grandparents’ children’s

8

Match the sentences with the drawings.

1 2

My cousin’s mum is Polish. My cousins’ mum is Polish.

b

Rachel is Frances ’s mother. The children parents are from Turkey. My sister name is Kiera. Our teacher names are Miss Clarke and Mr Davies. Magda family is from Poland. My friend names are Robert and Joanna. Our mother name is Lucy. Look at the Key Words. Write the missing numbers. Then listen and check.

Key Words:

1.10

Singular nouns Singular noun with s ending Regular plural nouns Irregular plural nouns

a

5 6 7

Add ’s or s’ to the underlined words.

12

Look at the Key Words. Order the months. Then listen and check.

Key Words:

1.11

Listening 1.12

13 Listen to the people from the family in Exercise 4. Write the correct names with the dates.

Dates to Remember: 1 17th November Mark 2 3 4 5 6

Practice

9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

Complete the sentences with possessive adjectives.

my brother is sixteen. I’m thirteen and Ana and Pablo are Spanish. mother is Argentinian. Magda and I are cousins. grandmother is seventy-one. How old are you? And how old is sister? My aunt is from London. husband is from New York. He’s my cousin. father is my favourite uncle. My friend’s cat is great. name is Snowball.

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3rd June 30th October 31st January 19th September 1st July

Your Turn

14 A A A

Draw your family tree and write a list of birthdays. Then work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about your family.

What’s your dad’s name? How old is he? When’s his birthday?

B B B

Marcin. He’s forty-one. It’s on the second of April.

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Your Classroom

C

Warm-up

1 A B 1.13

Work in pairs. Look at the Key Words. Match them with the objects (1–21).

What’s number one in English? Poster. Key Words:

1

6

5

3

2

7

4 12 8 11

9 10 13

15

14

16 17

18

19 20

21

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Revision

2

Complete the Word Builder with plurals.

Grammar: Prepositions of place

7

Word Builder Word  Builder

Look at the examples.

A

books

B

B A A is in B.

A is under B.

classes

B A

B A is next to B.

wives people men women

A A is in front of B.

A

A B

B 1.14

3

1 books

2 chairs

A is behind B.

A is on B.

Pronunciation Listen to the sounds. Put the regular plurals from the Word Builder in the correct groups.

B

3 classes

A

C

cupboards 1.15

4 5

Now listen and check. What’s in your classroom? Write a list.

1 computer, 15 desks, 4 posters

6

Game Work in pairs. Play this memory game.

A B A

four books four books and five DVD players four books and five DVD players and ten chairs

A is between B and C.

Practice

8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Look at the picture on page 8 again. Complete the sentences with prepositions of place.

on the desks. The watches are The bag is the chair. The bin is the cupboard. The dictionaries are the bookshelf. The board is the window and the cupboard. The CD player is the cupboard. The window is the plant. The plant is the window.

Your Turn

9 A B C A

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Game Think of an object in the classroom. The others ask questions and guess the object.

Is it on the wall? No, it isn’t. Is it in the cupboard? Yes, it is.

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Your School

Dx

5

Warm-up

1

Look at the Key Words. Match them with the pictures (a–j).

a – science 1.16

A

Key Words:

B

Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the timetable.

What time is history on Wednesday? It’s at eleven o’clock.

Listening 1.18

a

c

b

e

d

Hello g

f

2

j

a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h)

What are your three favourite subjects? Tell the class.

Listen to the teacher. Number her instructions in the correct order.

1

Open your books. Don’t stand up. Sit down. Look at the photos. Don’t look at your books. Read the dialogue. Close your books. Write the answers in your notebook.

My favourite subjects are maths, science and art.

Grammar: Imperatives

Reading

7

3

Look at the timetable. Write these times.

a) half past twelve

e) f) g) h)

a) 12.30

b) three o’clock c) quarter past two d) five past three 1.17

i

h

6

4

Look at the sentences.

Affirmative

quarter to twelve ten to four eleven o’clock ten to ten

Sit down.

Listen and repeat the times and days. Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday Thursday

Friday

9.00 9.45

English

English

science

Chinese

maths

9.50 10.35

history

Chinese

English

maths

history

Negative

10.35 Break 11.00 11.45

maths

geography

history

English

geography

11.50 12.30

IT

IT

maths

science

English

Don’t sit down.

12.30 Lunch

10

14.15 15.00

IT

PE

art

music

PE

15.05 15.50

science

PE

art

music

PE

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Practice

Grammar: Object pronouns

8

12

Complete the instructions with the verbs in the box. don’t speak don’t write listen to read speak watch write

9

Work in pairs. Give and follow classroom instructions.

Open your book.

he she it we they

Practice

13 1

11

2 3

Tell us the answer, please. a Listen to me, please! Ask her a question. Sit next to him. Get your book. Open it on page 10. Read the sentences. Write them in your notebook.

1 2 3 4 5 6

4 5 6 7 8

a

d

b

e

you

you

Reading Match the sentences (1–6) with the pictures (a–f).

you

you

Game Listen and follow the instructions. You are out of the game when you make a mistake.

10

Object pronouns

I

your teacher in class. your language in English lessons. English to your partner in class. new words in your notebook. sentences in your Students’ Book. Use your notebook. stories in English at home. DVDs in English at home.

6 7 1.19

Subject pronouns

Listen to

1 2 3 4 5

Complete the table with words from Exercise 11.

Complete the sentences with the correct object pronouns. My sister’s favourite subject is maths. Ask her for help. He’s your teacher. Listen to . Read the story. Then answer questions about . We’re from London. Tell about New York. I’m here. Sit next to . Repeat the words and match with the photos. What’s the answer? Check on page 120. She’s a fantastic singer. Listen to .

c

f

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Your Room

E

1.20

Warm-up

Grammar: this, that, these, those

1

3

Picture Dictionary page 102. Look at the Key Words. Write a list of the things in your bedroom.

Key Words:

Look at the examples in the table.

Singular

Plural

This magazine is about music.

These CDs are great.

That bed is a fantastic colour.

Those pictures are new.

Reading and Listening 1.21

2

Read and listen to the dialogue. What’s Kim’s favourite colour? Who’s her favourite singer?

Practice

4 1 Kim Rani

This is my new room. Wow, it’s really different. That bed is a fantastic colour.

2 3 4

Kim

Thanks. Purple is my favourite colour.

5

Rani

And those pictures on the wall are new.

Kim

Yes, they’re from my aunt in Canada.

Rani

And what’s that over there in the box?

Kim … Rani

Oh, that’s my new CD player.

5

Kim

These CDs are great. Misty is my favourite singer. She’s my favourite, too. This magazine is about music and Misty is on page 20. Take it and read it at home.

A B B A

Rani

Great, thanks.

black

brown

red

pink

white

Complete the sentences with this, that, these or those. Pass me that CD, please. The rap CD over there. Come here and look at photos. picture over there is my favourite. Are your bags over there under the desk? We’re in Class 7. is our classroom here.

Your Turn

green

Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about colours in your bedroom or classroom.

What colour are the walls in your room? They’re green. What colour is that door? It’s brown.

blue

yellow

orange

grey

purple

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Your Pho os

F

c

b

Revision

a

Grammar: Articles

4

Look at the examples in the table.

a, an, the My cousin is a basketball player. He’s the captain of the basketball team. My dad is an art teacher. My dad is the tall man in the photo.

d

Practice

5

Choose the correct word, a or an.

1 2 3 4 5

I’m a / an English student. He’s a / an old friend from Scotland. That’s a / an Polish–English dictionary. You’re a / an good friend! My sister is a / an actress.

6 Warm-up

1

Picture Dictionary page 101. Look at the Key Words and find the opposites.

Key Words:

1.22

1

This is

Use the Key Words to describe the photos.

Reading and Listening 1.23

3 1

2 3

2 3 4

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Look at the Sentence Builder. Use the words to write sentences 1–4.

Sentence Builder Sentence  Builder

Read and listen to the sentences (1–4). Match them with the photos (a–d). This is a photo of my dad and my uncle. My dad is the tall man in the photo. He’s an art teacher. This is a friend from school. She’s in the park behind my house. This is a photo of my cousin. He’s a basketball player and he’s the captain of the school basketball team. This is my mum. She’s a doctor. She’s with an old lady at the hospital.

a

photo of my family. In photo, we are in kitchen of our house. This is photo of my sister with old friend. My sister is girl with blond hair. This is photo of my class. tall boy is Lucas. He’s actor now. In this photo, I’m with friend from school. We’re in park next to my house.

4

2

Complete the descriptions of photos with a, an or the.

1 2 3 4

my brother / student / good / at university he / captain / great / of the team she / singer / my favourite / from the USA he / student / Brazilian / from Rio

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a

b

c

d

Ou and Abou

Get Ready

1 2.10

2.11

Picture Dictionary page 108. Find examples of the Key Words in the photos.

Key Words:

2

3 A B 1 2 3 4

Work in pairs. Ask and answer these questions.

Where do you go in your free time? I go to a bowling alley every weekend. It’s great. Where do you go in your free time? Do you go with your parents or friends? Where are your favourite places in town? What places don’t you like very much?

Listen to three dialogues. Where are the people?

41

TI M E OUT!

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Free Time Reading and Listening

Warm-up

1

What do you do in your free time? Tell the class.

2.12

I read magazines and play computer games.

2

Listen and complete the text with the verbs in the box. do drink go go have look ride surf visit watch

teenfocus http://www.teenfocus.net/openforum/freetime.asp

Teenfocus

where you answer the questions

Where do you hang out in your free time? I usually 1 go to the shopping centre with my in the shops, but we friends after school. We 2 don’t buy much. It’s a bit boring, but we haven’t got a good under-16s’ club or sports centre in my area. We sometimes go to the cinema at weekends. That’s great but it’s very expensive. Amy, 13, Scotland It’s twenty minutes to walk to the city, so I hang out at the local park. It’s okay but I can’t go there after 7 p.m. beer and It’s always full of students. They 3 smoke, and they sometimes break the equipment. At the weekends, the park is for little kids, so I go to my me. Juanita, 12, Mexico friends’ houses or they 4 I live in a village and the bus service isn’t very good. I hardly ever go out after school. We haven’t got a DVDs at home or at my cinema so I often 5 friend’s house. On Saturdays I go to the local town with my friends. Sunday is a family day. We go to church and then we 6 lunch at home. We never go shopping or to the cinema on Sundays. Adam, 14, Poland

3

5 comments

older posts We’re quite lucky in my town. We’ve got a cinema, a sports centre and an ice rink. I7 to classes there three times a week. On Saturdays, I always play basketball with my friends. I’m usually at home on Sundays. I spend time with my family and I 8 my homework before Monday! Maddie, 13, New Zealand I hang out near my house with other kids our bikes from my school. We 9 and we skateboard. We haven’t got a skatepark and so we skate in the street. It can be dangerous and some adults tell us to stop. When I’m at home, I’m always in my bedroom. I 10 the Internet and chat to my friends online. James, 14, Canada

Read the text again and write the correct names.

Who …

42

1 2

stays at home after school? Adam says teenagers make problems in a local place?

3

has a lot of places to go to in their free time?

4

says the cost of going out is a problem?

5

spends time with their family at weekends? and doesn’t leave the area around his house?

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Out and About

8

Grammar: Adverbs (1)

4

Complete the table with words from the text.

Look at the Sentence Builder.

Sentence Builder Sentence  Builder

Adverbs of frequency 100% On Saturdays, I

1

always

play basketball.

80%

go to the shopping centre after I2 school.

60%

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go to the cinema at weekends.

5

go out after school.

5%

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watch DVDs at home.

9

Use the words in the boxes and adverbs of frequency to write sentences.

My friends never listen to classical music. Teenagers are usually into fashion.

go shopping on Sundays.

Practice

5 1 2 3 4 5 6

make nice food. sing opera. listen to classical music. write poems. run marathons.

Use the words to make sentences. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F) for you? arrives / always / my friend / late sometimes / computer games / I / play usually / with my friends / I / on Saturdays / go out go / often / to the cinema / my parents my friends / me / hardly ever / phone I / never / my room / tidy

My friends Teenagers Swiss people Jamaican athletes Italian people

Your Turn

6

Think about your answers to this questionnaire. Then look at your score on page 111.

Are you an utdoor or ndoor person?

are late for school. are very tidy. are good skiers. are into fashion. are interested in sport.

How often …

1 do you go for a walk? a) never b) hardly ever

c) sometimes

d) often

2 do you stay in all weekend and play computer games? a) often b) sometimes c) hardly ever

d) never

3 do you try a new sport? a) never b) hardly ever

c) sometimes

d) often

4 do you go camping? a) never b) hardly ever

c) sometimes

d) often

5 do you stay in all day and watch DVDs? a) often b) sometimes c) hardly ever

d) never

6 do you stay in and tidy your room? a) often b) sometimes

d) never

7

c) hardly ever

10 A B

Work in pairs or groups. Read your sentences. Do you agree?

Swiss people are often good skiers. That’s true but Canadians are usually good skiers, too.

Work in pairs. Compare your answers.

I hardly ever go for a walk. What about you?

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11

A Trip Back in Time 2

Warm-up

1

Read the information and match the photos with the correct part of the text.

Look at the Word Builder.

Word Builder Word  Builder

3

Complete the sentences with these verbs from the text. find out get in listen to put on sit down talk to

Travel back in time 1000 years

1 2 3

1

Find out about life in Viking times. Get in one of our famous ‘time cars’ and travel round a reconstruction of the Viking City of Jorvik.

4

2

See Viking life and people – at work, in the market and at home. Listen to a description of their life and hear their language – Old Norse. Talk to one of our Viking guides, put on a viking costume and find out the answers to your questions.

3

Visit our new interactive gallery and exciting exhibitions. Sit down and listen to the story of the original archaeological dig.

4

Buy a souvenir from our fantastic shop.

5 6

Put on

your coat. It’s cold. the car now. at the table and finish your lunch. Can I you about my homework? Use a dictionary to the meaning of this word. the interview and answer the questions. Please

b

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Out and About

2.13

Reading and Listening

Practice

4

6

1 2 3 4 A B A

B A B A B A B A

Read and listen to the conversation. Are these sentences true (T) or false (F)?

Good morning, can I help you? Yes, please. I’d like some information about Jorvik Viking Centre. What activities are there? Well, there’s the tour of the Viking city – that’s very popular. And there are some exhibitions of Viking life and an interactive gallery. Great. I want to visit with a big group. Are there any parking spaces at Jorvik? No, there aren’t any parking spaces at the centre but there’s a car park five minutes away. Good. And is there a lift for visitors with wheelchairs? Yes, there is. And there’s wheelchair access to all parts of the centre. Great. One more question. Is there a restaurant? No, there isn’t a restaurant but there are lots of places to eat near Jorvik. Okay, thanks for your help. You’re welcome.

Grammar: there is/there are with some and any

5

1 2

You can park your car at Jorvik. People with walking difficulties can visit Jorvik. You can have a snack and a drink at Jorvik. It’s hard to find a place for lunch near Jorvik.

Read the dialogue again and complete the table with some or any.

Affirmative There’s a car park five minutes away. exhibitions of Viking life. There are 1

3 4 5 6 7 2.14

7

Yes/No Questions

Short Answers

Is there a lift?

Yes, there is. No, there isn’t. Yes, there are. No, there aren’t.

Are there 3 parking spaces?

Wh- Questions What activities are there?

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There

are

exhibitions of Viking life. there a restaurant? No, there . There aren’t parking spaces. there guides? Yes, there . There are great souvenirs in the shop. There a restaurant. There a lift. Listen to a survey. Put ticks (✓) or crosses (✗) in the boxes.

Town survey What places are there in your area? Put a tick (✓) or cross (✗) in each box. ice rink under-16s’ club park snack bars

amusement park cinemas shops sports centre bowling alley

8

Now write sentences about the places in Exercise 7.

There isn’t an amusement park. Your Turn

9

Negative There isn’t a restaurant. parking spaces at the There aren’t 2 centre.

Complete the sentences about Jorvik with is, isn’t, are, some or any.

A B A B

Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about your partner’s town/city.

Is there an ice rink in your town? No, there isn’t. Are there any good shops? Yes, there are.

Fact or Fiction?

There are many descendants of Vikings in the area around London. Answer on page 111.

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Warm-up

1

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Woman Excuse me? Can you tell me how to get to the railway station, please? Emily

Yes, sure. Go out of the Viking Centre and turn left into Coppergate. Cross the river into Bridge Street. Then turn right into George Hudson Street.

Woman George Hudson Street? Emily

Yes, that’s right. Go past a car park into Rougier Street. Turn left and go down Station Road and the station is on the right.

Woman On the right? Emily

Yes, you can’t miss it. It’s opposite Station Road.

Woman Thanks very much. Emily

You’re welcome.

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It’s a Viking centre. You travel back 1000 years to Viking times.

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Laura is interested in history, so what about Jorvik? Jorvik? What’s that?

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War Memorial Gardens

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Laura

Jake

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So, Laura, what do you think of York?

Laura

River

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Laura doesn’t like York very much. The group want to go shopping. Emily helps a tourist. A girl gives them directions.

HETH ER STR TON EET

HI

L.

1 2 3 4

4

Dean’s Minster Park

SP

Read and listen to the dialogue. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)?

3 S T. L E O N A R D

3

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A

Reading and Listening 2.16

2

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1

There is a car park in square A1.

R.

Work in pairs. Find examples of the places from the Key Words on the map.

S TA TIO

2

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Out and About

4

2.17

Picture Dictionary page 109. Look at the underlined Key Words in Exercise 3. Draw the woman’s route on the map.

Key Words:

Your Challenge Writing: A note with directions

1

Look at the Sentence Builder.

Sentence Builder Sentence  Builder

Speaking

5

Read the Key Expressions.

Key Expressions:

2

Complete Emily’s note to Laura with first, then or and then.

.

T.

D AN

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Hi Laura,

S

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Here are directions to our house. 1 , get the 27 bus from school to the racecourse. Cross the main road 2 turn right. Go past the shops.

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3

turn right into Westwood Terrace. Go down Westwood Terrace 4 turn left into Russell

NT

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Street. Our house is number 25. You can’t miss it!

See you tomorrow,

LL Y

6

Work in pairs. Use the map of York. Use the Key Expressions and Key Words to give your partner directions from the railway station to another place on the map.

Emily

3

Go out of the station, go down Station Road …

Think of a place near your school. Write a note to a friend and give him/her directions – but don’t say the place!

Go out of school and then turn …

on entre

4

Work in pairs. Read each other’s note. What place are the directions to?

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Across Cultures 2 Warm-up

3

1

Who …

1 2 3 4 5 6

Work in pairs. Answer the questions. How many subjects do you do at school? How many different lessons do you have every day? How many hours of homework do you do every day? How often do you have exams? How often do you do sport or PE (physical education)? Do you use computers or the Internet at school?

Reading 2.18

2 1

Read about the people. Answer questions (1–3) from Exercise 1 for each person.

Marguerite does ten subjects

School Life Marguerite Laure is from Cameroon. She gets up at five thirty and walks two kilometres to school. She has six lessons every day. She starts school at half past seven and she finishes at half past three. In the evening, Marguerite helps her mother at home, works in the fields and does her homework for an hour and a half. She studies ten subjects including three languages, French, English and German.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Read the texts again. doesn’t go to school? Emma has lessons in the afternoons? studies three languages? likes history? does 2–3 hours of homework? starts school at 7.30? has lessons over the Internet? goes to sports camps?

Jonathan Fonseca is from Guadalajara in Mexico. In his school, some students go to school in the morning and some students in the afternoon. Jonathan goes to school in the afternoon. Every day, he has seven lessons, from two o’clock to eight o’clock. In the morning, he does his homework for two or three hours and then visits friends. On school days, he arrives home at ten o’clock at night. Jonathan does nine subjects and his favourite subject is history.

Emma Lane doesn’t go to school. Her school, ‘The School of the Air’, is in Alice Springs in central Australia and she lives on a farm 800 kilometres away! Emma studies eight subjects and is in a ‘class’ of ten students. Every day, she has one thirty-minute lesson over the Internet and sometimes she has video lessons. She studies at home for five or six hours a day and she emails her homework to her teacher. Emma’s teacher sometimes flies to her farm and meets her. Emma sometimes goes to Alice Springs for classes or for a sports camp.

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Listening 2.19

4

Listen to Mark’s description of his school day. Complete his timetable.

Monday

2.20

5 1 2 3 4

2.21

6

2.22

7

2.23

8

Registration

9.15

1

10.05

2

English

10.50

Break

11.10

3

12.00

4

12.45

Lunch

13.55

5

14.25

6

15.15

7

16.00

School ends

• •

Great – he loves it: Good – he likes it: Okay – he doesn’t mind them: Terrible – he hates them:

Listen closely Work in pairs. Say the words in the sentences. Then listen and repeat the complete sentences.

A A

Well are

1 2 3 4 5

Well, Mondays are horrible. I get the school bus at eight fifteen. It arrives at school at about ten to nine. My first class is English. I can talk to my friends about the weekend.

B B

Work in groups. Write a timetable for your ideal school day (minimum seven lessons). Think about these things: •

Listen again. What subjects does Mark like? Complete the list.

Listen to these words. What are the sounds of the underlined letters – 1 or 2? teacher exam people evening history Internet read meet English think cinema magazine finish repeat email weekend

Tues

9.00

Pronunciation Listen to the two sounds. 1 /ɪ/ this, it 2 /i:/ these, eat

important subjects: maths/your language/ English breaks/lunch/sports and PE textbooks, computers, the Internet, CDs/ DVDs

Our Ideal School Day 10.00 10.30 11.30

start school – have breakfast with friends in café first lesson – music (electric guitar class)

second lesson – English (on the Internet)

Mondays horrible

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SStudy udy Corner 34 4

Language Check

1 1 2 3 4

Where do you do these things? Write the places. You watch films at the c You have a snack in a s You skate at an i r You play sports at a s c . You buy things at a s . c

5

2

Dear Miriam, I ’m your new pen friend. I live in Middleton. It’s a really small village. There are 17 shops and there 18 a pub. But there 19 20 places for young people — there 21 a cinema! Write and tell me about your town. Is there a cinema? 22 there any places for young people? Write soon, Clare

. b

.

.

Complete the sentences with the words in the box. down

on

out

to

to

6

the number of his How can I find house? 7 I usually talk my friends on Skype. 8 Don’t put a jumper – it’s 20 degrees. 9 Sit and do your homework, please. 10 I usually listen music on my MP3 player. Vocabulary

3

Complete the letter with is, are, isn’t, aren’t, some or any.

Grammar

5

Complete the directions to the hotel with the words in the box. cross down left out past turn

of the station and turn . Go 25 Market Street and 26 the bridge. Go 27 the right. The hotel is cinema and then 28 29 the bank – you can’t 30 it!

Order the words in the sentences.

tidies / never / her / room / she his / friends / he / on Friday / usually / meets go / we / swimming / sometimes has / piano class / always / he / a / on / Saturday 15 her / ever / hardly / visits / she / grandmother 16 play / often / we / football

Language Check. Write down your scores.

• Look at the table. Check where you made mistakes.

Wrong answers: Look again at: 1–5

Get Ready – Key Words

6–10

Unit 11 – Word Builder

11–16

Unit 10 – Grammar

17–22

Unit 11 – Grammar

23–30

Unit 12 – Key Words/ Expressions

opposite

24

11 12 13 14

2.24

miss

Go 23

/ 10

Feedback • Listen and check your answers to the

/ 12

Key Expressions

/8

S udy Help: Classroom Language 2 Ask for permission in English. Andrea Can I close the window? Jenny Yes, of course. Dave Can I use your dictionary? Alan I’m sorry, I haven’t got one.

Work in pairs. Take turns to ask your partner for permission. • use your calculator • use your mobile phone • use your pen • see your homework • open the window

• Now do the exercises in Language Check 4 of 50

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