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Jill is going to France for a-holiday : We walked from the hotel to the station. - A lot of English words come fi<im Latin.

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Don't put your feet on the tabie. Pleasetake your feet olf the table. I'm going to hang somepicrureson the wall. Be careful!Dont fall of your birycle.

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- The plane flew over the mountains. * I jumped over the wa.llinto the garden. - Sornepeoplesayit is unlucky to-walk under a ladder.

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I waswalking along the road with my dog. Let's go for a walk along the river. The new road goesround the village. The bus-stopisjust round the corner. We walked round the town and took some photographs. Dimosunavueltapor la ciudad...

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Tambi6n se puede decir around (: round): - We walked around the town.

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File 4 Extra Reading Two great cities Pragle Sincethe Berlin Wall came do*n in 1989 there has beenone capital that has becomea top destinationfor tourists to cental Europe:Prague.The majority of tourists are attractedby the fantasticarchitecture:Romanesque,Gothic, Renaissance, andBaroque.The cente of the city. is pedestrianized,so you can eqioyyourself without worrying abordthe taffc. But the city isn't just for architectr:reenthusiasts.You can experiencethe romanceof the CharlesBridge and the view of the castJe(which looks particularly wonderfii at night), or perhapsyou would prefer to spendyor:r time in some of the many theatresand museums. Pragueis a very cultural city with a long tradition of writers,musicians,and artists. What time of year should you mme? Every seasonbas sonefiing specid to offer. In wifter, the city will probably be coveredin snow - making a walk through Mala Strana(the small quarter)particularly romantic.In summer,you canhire a bod on the majesticMtava - and get awayfrom the crowdsoftourists which now cometo Pragueeveryyear! Cairo Oneof the crazies but also the mostfascinatingcities in the world is in Africa It wasbuilt for aboutoneand a half million peoplebut now hrq a populationof around15 million The city ii a st'angemix of ancienthistory (the Egptian muserm hasmole than 100,000exhibful) and moderncity life (the taffic is as chaoticas in my city in the world). Anyone walking around Heliopolis, thg qea where the Presidentlives, will seehrmdredsof shops selling the latest computersand hi-tech qguipnenl Fcirthe tourists, a ride on a felucca (an old style sailing tnat) allows you to escapethe noise and dustfor an hour or two. cairo in sr:mmeris particularlyhot md dustythoughthe hrmidity is always low- In .the evening fts ame.ing lO- .t-Xfit is a place where you can buy almostanytling, but look out for fte spice market ri;hereyou can buy somewood".firl spic"i at very reasonableprices. When you are tired of walking you c:rn relax in one of Cairo's coffee houses.pertaps you could ry a arp of korkadi, a specialred te4 or you can srnokea hookahpipe with flavoured tobacco.Even non-smokerswill find the smell quite pleasant Perhapsthe best time to visit Cairo is in winter. It is wonderfulto escapethe cold wet weather in Europeand come to the land of the Pharaohs,seethe pyrarnids,and enjoy the experience that is Cairo.


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Liz: well, I likefilms that tell a good2) i u.l,etgLh.? story.AndI meanastorythatyou can follow, not the sort that goes backwardsand forwardsin time. I find those very al .Confvli.,^g . And I'm .l .f.rigLf.ne*.

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Press2004- ModuleTest1 tromCambridge University Adapted READINGAND USEOF ENGLISH A. Read the text about Angie below. Choose the best option to complete the text. I am very luckybecauseI enjoymy work verymuch.l'm a fitnessinstructorat a gym near-1I live.I teachsix aerobicsclassesa weekand I also go to peopleabouthealthand nutrition. differentschoolsin the area -L-young 'you you eat'. are what As they say, the dietthatmanypeoplehavetoday.So many To be honest,I wony -3peopleare overweight.And why? Becausethey eat the wrongfoods and they exercise.When you work in an officeor sit in a classroomall don'tdo time to keep fit, but you only need-6day, I know it is difficult-520 minutesa day! a balanceddiet, startingwith breakfastin the It's also very important_7_ good manyof us just havea miss breaKast-8ideato morning.lt's nota possible- lots of fruit cup of tea or c.offee.Eat as much fresh food -9- and try _10_ too muchfriedfood.Whenyou don'thave and vegetables but it certainlyisn'tvery goodfor muchtime,it's easy_1 1_ a take-away, you! One reasonwhy a lot of peoplefeel less than 10006fit is that they don't drink two litres a day - and water means water. You need _13_ _12water,not tea, coffeeor fizzydrinks. fit is fun. A lot of peoplethink it's boringto go joggingor Finally,_14_ their food. Well, of courseyou can enjoy your cycling.They want _15_ food. lt's fine to haveâ&#x201A;Źkes and ice cream,but not everyday!

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