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Module 6

Looks

Ge Ready Vocabulary:  Appearance (1)

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Write the names under the pictures. Anne is very young. Maisie is a tall, slim teenager. Claire is a short, young woman. Josh is a very good-looking man. Rita is middle-aged. Thomas is an old man.

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Look at the pictures again. Complete the sentences with the words in the box. curly fat handsome long round short square straight tall thin

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short , brown hair Maisie’s got face. and a baby. She’s got a very Anne is a face. pretty, . Claire’s hair is long and . Josh is very hair. Rita’s plump and she’s got and . Thomas is face. He’s got a very

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Anne

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Listen and complete the table. Then draw the faces. hair

eyes

fair

John

Holly

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16 Vocabulary and Grammar Vocabulary:  Appearance (2)

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Match the phrases.

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cut/dye/grow your change grow a lose/put on paint your put highlights shave your not wear

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Label the pictures with phrases from Exercise 1.

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dye your hair

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

weight in your hair nails hair make-up beard your hairstyle head/legs

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Looks

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Grammar:  Present Perfect Grammar Reference, page 107

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Write the Present Perfect form of the verbs. Then write R (Regular) or I (Irregular). change cut dye finish grow lose paint put shave

have changed R have cut I

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Look at the pictures. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)?

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Complete the sentences about Picture B. Use the Present Perfect. They They She He They

(lose) weight. (get) different clothes. (paint) her nails. (not paint) his nails. (not grow) their hair. she (put on)

make-up? Yes, she

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he (put on) earrings? No, he

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Use the prompts to write short dialogues.

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A B

Let’s go! It’s in two months.

have lost

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A B

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A B

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b

A B

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You look different. Have you changed (you / change) your hairstyle? . But No, I (I / dye) it. Your brothers look cool. (they / lose) some weight? . And Yes, they (they / cut) their hair. Your dad looks different. What (he / do) ? (he / shave) his head for charity. Are you ready for the party? (I / change) my dress Well, (I / put on) some and (I / not paint) make-up but my nails.

Your Turn

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He’s shaved his head. They’ve put on weight. She’s changed her hairstyle. He’s put on make-up. He’s grown a beard. They’ve dyed their hair. They haven’t cut their hair.

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F

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What have you done recently? Write five sentences. I’ve changed I’ve visited

my hairstyle

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17 Skills Vocabulary:  Clothes

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Complete the crossword.

Across

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R

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T A

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I N

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Complete the sentences with on, up or out.

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Rewrite the sentences in another way. Use the same verbs.

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Looks

Reading

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Read the messages and choose a), b) or c).

http://www.messenger.net/teentalk.asp

MESSENGER

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Lee, 14, London At my school, there are groups of Goths, Rockers, Skaters and a lot more. Nobody can escape. We have to be something. This happens to everybody at secondary school, but even younger kids think they have to be part of a group. In some ways this is okay. But in other ways I don’t think it’s good. Some people don’t want to be sheep. They don’t want to be part of a crowd. But it’s very difficult – maybe impossible. How do people choose their groups? I’m not really sure – but I think it’s mostly because of music. Rock or Punk? Metal or R&B? These different styles of music control our lives. What group am I in? What label have they given me? I don’t know, but I’m sure I’ve got one. I don’t want to be ‘cool’ or ‘uncool’ just because of my favourite music. I just want to be me.

Dave from Bristol I’m 15 and everybody in my year at school has a label like Goth or Punk or something. I’ve got dyed black hair so I’m called a Goth, but I don’t usually wear black so I’m not really one. I don’t like giving people labels.

Clare G Hi. I’m not in any group. I’ve got Goth clothes and Punk clothes and other kinds too and I like all kinds of music. Who cares? 1 2 3

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Everybody at Lee’s school is part of a group. a) True b) False c) Doesn’t Say The groups begin at secondary school. a) True b) False c) Doesn’t Say Lee thinks the groups are a bad thing for everybody. a) True b) False c) Doesn’t Say He likes Rock music. a) True b) False c) Doesn’t Say He thinks he’s in a group. a) True b) False c) Doesn’t Say Dave thinks he’s a Goth. a) True b) False c) Doesn’t Say Clare likes being in a group. a) True b) False c) Doesn’t Say

Writing

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Write your own messages about style. Complete the sentences.

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18 Communica ion Vocabulary

Key Expressions:  Shopping

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Match the two parts of the phrases.

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Did you buy I think it’s Oh, What about What do you

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a) b) c) d) e)

okay. think? anything? you? stop it!

Complete the dialogues with the phrases in Exercise 1. A B A A B A

Do you like my new shirt? 1

I think it’s okay.

Okay! It’s better than okay! I went into town today. 2

Yes, I got these jeans and this T-shirt. 3

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A

No, I didn’t buy anything. I haven’t got any money. Look, I’ve got a new dress. 4

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B A B

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Complete the dialogues. Write one word in each gap.

It really suits you. And you’ve painted your nails and put on some make-up. Have you got a date tonight? Yes, I have. Oh, who with? 5

Rewrite the sentences in another way. Use the words in the box.

Shop assistant Can I 1 help you? Customer Thanks. I like this T-shirt. What 2 is it? Shop assistant That one’s small. is it? Customer How 3 Shop assistant £15. Customer Do you think the colour is okay for me? you. Shop assistant Oh yes, it really 4 5 it on, please? Customer Can I Shop assistant Yes of course. The 6 room is over there. Customer Thank you. Shop assistant Can I help you? for a pair of Customer Yes, I’m 7 shoes? are you? Shop assistant  What 8 Customer I am a 38. Shop assistant Do you think this colour is okay for you? Customer Oh yes, I like it. Can I 9 them on, please? Shop assistant Yes, of course. Take a seat. 10 you. Customer

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Looks

Listening 26

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Listen and choose the correct answers.

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How much are the trainers?

£6 a) 2

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blue

green

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c)

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What does the shop sell?

jazz a) 5

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What does he buy?

a) 4

b) ✓

What colour top does she try?

red

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£60

jazz and folk

jazz, folk and classical

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c)

b)

c)

Which game is the best?

a)

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Wri ing Challenge 3 1

Read the blog. Choose the correct words.

• Saturday 11th August Well here we are in Scotland. 1 During /When the journey THREE people were sick on the bus, so we were all very happy 2then/when we arrived! The hostel is great – it’s quite small and it’s in the middle of nowhere! There are six of us in each room. No time to write more – dinner time! I’m REALLY hungry. • Monday 13th August Yesterday started well, but then something horrible happened. In the morning we got ready to go walking. 3Before/During we left the hostel, the teachers checked our equipment. Each group had a map and an emergency bag with a mobile phone and some food. Our problems started 4during/when we got lost. Ben Williams decided to go and look for the others. This was a BIG mistake! We waited and waited but he didn’t come back, so we decided to use the emergency mobile. Then we 5later/suddenly remembered – Ben was carrying it! Honestly, it was terrible. We were really scared. We tried to find the hostel but it was getting dark and we were going round in circles. 6After/Later about an hour one of the teachers found us. 7After/Later, we found out that Ben had a broken leg and was in hospital. • Wednesday 15th August We went to see Ben in hospital today. He’s okay but he’s really bored. He’ll be there for a week. His parents are travelling to Scotland – they’ll take him home 8when/later he’s a bit better.

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Read the blog again and answer the questions.

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Where were they? in a hostel in Scotland Why were they there? What happened? How did they feel? What happened in the end?

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Write a blog about a terrible week. It can be true, or you can imagine it.

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Unders anding Grammar: must and mustn’t Grammar Reference, page 108

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Complete the sentences. Choose a), b) or c). It’s 3 o’clock in the morning. You b to bed. a) mustn’t to go b) must go c) must a lot of water. He’s running in the sun. He a) mustn’t drink b) must drink c) must drinks them clean. She’s got pierced ears. She a) must keeping b) must keeps c) must keep us! Doctor, our baby is very ill. You a) must help b) mustn’t help c) help more weight. The cat’s got plump. It a) puts on b) mustn’t put on c) must put on a doctor? Why a) must I see b) I must see c) must see Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.

Look at the pictures. Write sentences with must or mustn’t.

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you / go in the sun you / stay in the house

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she / use the make-up again she / see her doctor

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they / take some water they / go without a map

You mustn’t go in the sun. You must stay in the house.

mustn’t / in / we / mobiles / use / lessons

We mustn’t use mobiles in lessons. 2

her / do / must / homework / she

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I / for / late / arrive / exam / mustn’t / the

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earrings / wear / at / he / mustn’t / school

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a / must / from / letter / you / bring / parents / your

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help / teachers / must / students / their

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Language Check 6 Vocabulary

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You must keep pierced ears clean.

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Find the odd one out.

old

middle-aged young

short

thin plump long handsome fat beard cut

teenager blond round good-looking curly skin dyed

tall fair square slim long hair curly

short dark grey pretty straight moustache shaved

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Complete the sentences with must or mustn’t. do an allergy test before you You dye your hair. stay in the sun for a long time. You It’s bad for your skin. ride your skateboard without You a helmet. wear that skirt at school again. You It’s too short and it’s too tight. put on a coat. It’s very You cold outside.

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Complete the sentences with words for clothes.

It’s cold! Put on your coat. 1 2 3

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I can’t walk fast because my s are too tight. to wear with Jenny bought a new bl . her new sk es, but girls can Boys don’t wear d ns! wear j /5

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Choose the correct words.

You must do on/out/ up your shoes. You don’t want to fall over. 1 2 3

Why did you try on/out/up twelve pairs of shorts? We’ve found on/out/up who he’s got a date with. My mum puts on/out/up make-up every morning. /3

Grammar

Key Expressions

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Number the lines of the dialogue in the correct order.

A B C D

Assistant Customer Assistant Assistant

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Customer Customer

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Customer Assistant

I J K

Customer Assistant Assistant

What size are you? Thanks. Can I help you? Okay. What about this one? It’s bigger. Yes, I’m looking for a T-shirt. Medium. Do you have a yellow one? No, it’s not big enough. Sure, the changing room is over there. Oh, all right. Can I try it on? You’re welcome. Yellow? What about this one?

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Write the sentences in the Present Perfect.

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Nobody / send / me a text message this week!

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Look – Sarah / dye / her hair!

What’s your score?

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Sorry. I / not / finish / my homework.

Module 6

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you / buy / that new CD?

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Oh no! I / lose / my mobile again.

you / see / John today? Have you seen John today?

Vocabulary

This is easy.

Grammar

I need more practice.

Key Expressions / 35

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This is difficult.

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