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CONFIDENCE and CONNECTIONS Student Book

C O NF IDE N C E A ND C O NNE C T I O N S

Confidence and Connections was developed by Intercambio Uniting Communities to offer practical English language acquisition for adults. The series was designed for both 1-on-1 and group learning environments. The hallmark of this curriculum is its unique focus on building confidence and personal connections between students and teacher.

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Each lesson culminates with a Connect with Conversation activity, providing students a safe place to practice speaking English while getting to know their fellow students and teacher. In addition, every lesson includes a pronunciation exercise to help students learn and practice the many sounds and rhythm of the language.

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Intercambio Uniting Communities Š 2019

Confidence and Connections is in copyright. Subject to statutory exception and to the provisions of relevant collective licensing agreements, no reproduction of any part may take place without the written

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CREDITS Level 2 Left Concept Lee Shainis

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Design and Layout David Olivares and Bob Walter Martin Miller

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SCOPE AND SEQUENCE #

Title

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I Like Rock Music

Grammar

Conversation

By End of Lesson, You Can:

• Wh- questions in the simple present with “like” and “do”

Share about things you like and your favorite movies and music

• Talk about your favorite kinds of music and movies • Ask about what someone likes

Discuss parties or events you went to

• Talk about places and events you went to in the past • Ask people about things and places they went to in the past

We Had a BBQ

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I Grew Up Here

• Wh- questions in the simple past with long answers

Learn basics about your partner and share about yourself

• Share basic information about yourself like where you were born, grew up and more • Ask someone about their life

• Wh-questions with prepositions of time

Describe things you do every day and what time you do them

• Share things you do during the week and on the weekends • Ask someone about their schedule • Talk about when you do things

• Present continuous (present meaning) Questions with “can” • Excuses with can’t

Talk about what you’re doing right now and if you can or can’t do something else

• Make polite excuses if you can’t do something • Talk about what you are doing right now or on a specific day • Ask others what they are doing

• Comparatives with countable and noncountable nouns

Compare your life here with your life in your native country

• Compare shopping, home, transportation and other topics • Share what things you like more and why • Ask others about their opinions

• Superlatives and comparatives with count and noncount nouns

Talk about advantages and disadvantages of different kinds of transportation

• Compare types of transportation you take and talk about which you like best • Ask others about their favorite and least favorite ways of getting around

Discuss what you and others look like and are like

• Compare what people look like and are like • Ask others about their friends and family and what they are like

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It’s Faster and Less Expensive!

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• Wh- questions in the simple past with “to be” • Possessive adjectives (my, our, his)

Review and Progress Check Field Trip What Do You Look Like?

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What Are You Going to Do Tonight?

• Questions and answers with “look like’ and “be like”

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Talk about a trip you are • Share what you are going to do in the future and what you have to do going to take and how you have to prepare for it • Ask people about what they are going to do • Describe chores, vacations, hobbies and other future things

• Present continuous comparison with future meaning and present meaning

Discuss future plans and schedules

• Share about what you are doing now and in the future • Ask people what they are doing now and in the future

• Wh- questions in the simple past

Share about vacation plans and things you did on vacation

• Talk about what you did on vacation • Ask others about what they did on vacation

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• Future with “going to” Questions and answers with “have to”

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What Are You Doing Later?

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What Did You Do on Vacation?

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I’d Like Dessert

• Offers and requests with “would like”

Discuss favorite kinds of food and meals

• Make orders and selections from a menu • Talk about your favorite foods

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I Need to Mail a Package

• Questions and answers with “need to”

Talk about the kinds of mail you use

• Share about who you write or send mail to and how often you check your mail

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Review and Progress Check

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I LIKE ROCK MUSIC Listening warm-up. Track 01: What do the people talk about?

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VOCABULARY WORDS & PHRASES

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Repeat the words in the picture after your teacher.

To “be a fan” of something means you like it.

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love stories

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Listen and repeat after your teacher. Count the syllables. Write the words in the correct box.

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music

comedies

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horror 2 SYLLABLES

classical

action

rock

3 SYLLABLES

music

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE What kinds of music and movies do they like? Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences with the words in the box. rock

classical

horror

action

salsa

romantic

country

comedy

2. She likes _____________ and _________________.

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1. He likes _____________ and ________________. rock

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LISTENING

Listen again to Track 01 . Complete the chart. Who

Kinds of music they like:

Mike

†† rock

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†† salsa

†† country

†† classical

Chanel

†† rock

†† hip hop

†† salsa

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3. They like ____________ and _________________. 4. We like ______________ and _________________.

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TIP:“do you” = sounds like do-ya

Listen to your teacher and repeat.

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Read and complete the conversation using do/don’t or does/doesn’t. Practice with a partner. Do Carl: Hey Damian! Jason and I are free tonight! (1) ________(Do/Does) you want to hang out?

Damian: Sure! (2) ____________ (Do/Does) you and Jason want to watch horror movies with my sister

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and me? Carl: Oh, I like horror movies, but Jason (3) ____________ (don’t / doesn’t) like them.

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Damian: Really? What kind of movies (4) __________ (do / does) he like?

Carl: He likes action movies and dramas, but he ___________ (don’t / doesn’t) like love stories. Damian: Hmmmm, my sister doesn’t like dramas, but she likes action movies.

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Carl: Great! Why (6) ___________ (doesn’t / don’t) we watch an action movie tonight? Damian: Perfect!

_________________________________________ . (salsa) They like salsa

2. What kind of music do they like?

_________________________________________ . (rock)

3. What kind of movies do you like?

_________________________________________ . (love stories)

4. What kind of movies does she like?

_________________________________________ . (action)

5. What kind of music do you like?

_________________________________________ . (classical)

6. What kind of movies does he like?

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1. What kind of music do they like?

Read about the people. Read the answers. Write the questions.

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Favorite music: rock Likes: classical and salsa Favorite movie: action Like: dramas and horror movies

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Look at the questions. Write the answers.

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Favorite music: country Likes: classical and hip hop Favorite movie: love stories Likes: comedies and action

What’s Ming’s favorite music 1._______________________________________?

His favorite is country.

3._______________________________________? She likes rock and salsa. 5._______________________________________? His favorite is action.

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Favorite music: classical and hip hop Likes: rock and salsa Favorite movie: dramas Likes: comedies and love stories

2._______________________________________? They like comedies. 4._______________________________________? Her favorite is love stories. 6._______________________________________? He likes dramas. intercambio.org/students

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE

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Read the names of the movies and the comments below. Write the correct movie title. Answer the question below. Fast Racers! Rated PG-13

The Family Trip Rated G

The Kiss Rated PG

Rainy Day Rated PG-13

Review

Comments Very funny! Great comedy about a mother and father and their two children on 5,269 Fan Ratings summer vacation. Interesting drama about a man and woman with a lot of problems. It is a little slow. 1,674 Fan Ratings Fun love story! This is a great movie to see on a first date or with someone you love. 4,269 Fan Ratings Exciting action movie with a lot of noise! Cool cars and great music. 7,269 Fan Ratings Dark and very scary horror movie. The main character is a clown, but it is definitely not a comedy. Not a good movie for children! 1,674 Fan Ratings

1. What is Night of the Clown rated?

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2. Is Fast Racers a comedy?

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3. What is The Family Trip about?

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What movie in activity H do you want to watch? Why? Talk with a partner. What movie do you want to watch? Fast Racers.

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Night of the Clown Rated R

I like action movies! I don’t like love stories.

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Movies in the US have ratings. G = good for children and adults. PG-13 = not good for children under 13. R = not good for children under 17. Do you like to watch movies at home or in a movie theater? Do you go to the movies with your family or friends? Did you watch movies in your native country? 4

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Read about Emma’s favorite music and movies. Answer the questions. Use complete sentences. 1. What is Emma’s last name?

(= favorite).

____________________________________ Her last name is Chang. 2. Where is she from?

Name: Emma Chang Age: 32 Hometown: San Francisco, California Favorite kind of movie: comedies action movies dramas Favorite music: hip hop classical salsa Not a fan of: horror movies and rock music

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____________________________________ 3. What is her favorite kind of music?

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Rank your favorite kinds of movies and music. Types of music

Types of movies

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Write your answers.

1. Name: _________________________________ 2. From: _________________________________

Favorite movie titles:

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3. Favorite musician or band:

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CONNECT WITH CONVERSATION Get to know a partner. Ask questions. Ask what kinds of music and movies they like and don’t like. Ask about the last movie they saw, if they go to movies a lot and where they go.

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HOMEWORK

a. He likes rock music and hip hop.

2. _____ What kind of music does she like?

b. They like love stories.

3. _____ What kind of music does he like?

c. My favorite kind of music is classical.

4. _____ What kind of movies do they like?

d. Her favorite kind of movie is horror.

5. _____ What’s his favorite kind of movie?

e. She likes country.

6. _____ What’s her favorite kind of movie?

f. I like dramas and love stories.

7. _____ What kind of movies do you like?

g. His favorite kind of movie is action.

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2. What kind of music do they like?

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3. What kind of movies do they like?

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1. What kind of movies does he like?

4. What kind of movies does she like? _______________________________________. (comedies) 5. What kind of music do you like?

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6. What kind of movies does Mary like? _______________________________________. (dramas)

JOURNAL PROMPT

Write about your favorite kind of music and movies.

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Lesson 1 • I Like Rock Music

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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aunt fun

uncle boring

cousin exciting

neighbor relaxing

coworker classmate

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friend

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cousin

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE

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Complete the sentences with words from the box. 1. Darla lives in the house next to my house. She is my ________________________. neighbor

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2. She had a great time at the party. It was a lot of ________________________.

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3. Mike works with her. He is her _______________________________.

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4. I loved my day at the beach. I took a nap and read books. It was so

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5. Brenda is my father’s sister. She is my ___________________________. 6. The son of my aunt is my __________________________________.

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7. Gino is in my English class. We are ________________________________.

8. I didn’t like the movie. I thought it was slow and __________________________.

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Listen again to Track 02. Complete the answers.

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1. What did Dina do for the 4th of July?

She had a ___________ in the park. BBQ

2. How was it?

It was _____________________.

3. Who was there?

Her husband’s uncle, _________________ and coworkers were there.

He had dinner with his __________________, a classmate and three friends.

5. How was it?

It was _____________________.

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4. What did Jared do for the 4th of July?

LANGUAGE TOOLS

Listen to your teacher and repeat. QUESTIONS

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cousin

Yes, she was. / No, she wasn’t. there?

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Yes, they were. / No, they weren’t.

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GRAMMAR PRACTICE

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Look at the questions. Complete the answers with was/were/wasn’t/weren’t. Practice with a partner. 2. Q: Was her aunt there?

A: Yes, my coworkers __________ were there.

A: No, her aunt __________there.

3. Q: Were their classmates there?

4. Q: Were Maria and Juno’s cousins there?

A: No, their classmates __________there.

A: Yes, their cousins __________ there.

5. Q: Was David’s father there?

6. Q: Was their party fun?

A: Yes, his father ____________there.

A: Yes, it ____________ a lot of fun!

Circle the correct words. Practice with a partner.

Dawn: It was good. (3) We / Our had a BBQ.

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Benjamin: Nice! Were (4) you/ your cousins there?

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Dawn: Hey Benjamin. How was (1) you / your weekend? Benjamin: (2) I / My weekend was great! And you?

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Dawn: Yes. (5) I / My cousins, aunt and uncle were all there. Benjamin: Sounds fun. Did (6) they / their like the food? Dawn: Yes! I made (7) they / their favorite dessert.

Benjamin: Yum. Next time (8) I / my want to go too!

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Complete the sentences with the correct word. Use the words from the tip box in activity D. 2. Q: Were her brother and sister at the BBQ?

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1. Q: Was your uncle there?

A: No, ______ weren’t.

3. Q: Does his cousin Ted like rock music?

4. Q: Were Marcie’s friends at the movies?

A: Yes, ___________________ does.

A: No, _____ friends weren’t there.

5. Q: Do you want to meet my neighbor?

6. Q: Did you like their party?

A: No, I don’t want to meet _____________ neighbor.

A: Yes, I had fun at _______ party.

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Look at the answers. Write the questions. 1. _________________________________? Was your aunt there

No, my aunt wasn’t there.

2. _________________________________?

My coworkers, neighbors and classmates were there.

3. _________________________________?

Yes, his classmates were there.

4. _________________________________?

No, her friends weren’t there.

5. _________________________________?

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Read the text message. Answer the questions. Discuss your answers with a partner. 1. Where were you last New Year’s Eve?

Happy New Year, Luis. Happy New Year, Paul.

__________________________________________ __________________________________________ 2. What did you do on New Year’s Eve?

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What did you do at midnight? Were you with your family? Yes. My grandmother made a special New Year’s mole sauce. It was amazing!

No kidding, that sounds great!

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What was it like to spend New Year’s in the US?

It’s sooo different. Everyone watches TV at midnight to see the ball drop in Times Square, NYC. Really??? You all watched TV at midnight?

__________________________________________ __________________________________________ 3. Is there something special you like to do on New Year’s Eve?

__________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________ __________________________________________

Yes. But we had special drinks to toast at midnight.

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Label the pictures. Which activities do you think are relaxing, boring, fun, exciting, etc? Discuss with a partner. Do you both agree?

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In the US, if you tell people you will go to a social event, they expect you to be there. If you can’t go or don’t want to go, you can say, “Thank you for the invitation, but I can’t go.� Sometimes, people get upset if you say “yes� to an invitation and you don’t go. Is it the same in your native country? 10

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Complete the story. Read your story to a partner. Last (1) ___________________(month, year) I went to a (2)_____________ (type of event). I brought my (3)______________________ (person or family member). My (4) _________________________(person) was there and so was my (5) _________________________________ (person).

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I ate a lot of food. My favorite was the (10) ________________________(food). But I didn’t like the

(13)____________________________(event).

Answer the questions about the picture. Draw a picture of a holiday party in your native country.

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(11) _____________________ (food or drink). This was a (12)________________________(description)

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Lesson 2 • We Had a BBQ

Put the sentences in the correct order. 1. was / It / boring.

_______________________________________________ It was boring.

2. aunt / and uncle / were / My / there.

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3. had / Our / class / a party.

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6. there. / A lot of / were / coworkers / our

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(BBQ) 1. What did Lisa do last weekend? ___________________________________________. She had a BBQ

3. Who was there?

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___________________________________________. (fun)

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4. How was it?

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Write about a holiday this past year. What holiday was it? What did you do? When was it? How was it?

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4. her / is / The / 4th of July / favorite holiday. _______________________________________________

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get married

finish school

get a job

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grow up

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grow

soup

2. movie

do

shoe

job

3. snow

music

school

food

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Match the sentences to the pictures. 1. ____ b She had a baby three years ago. 2. _____ They moved here in 2000.

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LISTENING Listen again to Track 03. Number the pictures in order, 1–4.

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grow up? move?

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in Quito.

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in Mexico City.

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GRAMMAR PRACTICE 2. Q: Where ___________________ he born?

A: _________________ born in Santa Barbara. I was

A: ___________________ born in Delhi.

3. Q: Where ______________ she born?

4. Q: Where ___________________ they born?

A: _____________ born in Hartford.

A: ____________________ born in Antigua.

5. Q: Where _____________ you born?

6. Q: Where _____________ you and Isabel born?

A: _________________ born in Beijing.

A: ___________________ born in Puerto Rico.

Look at the answers. Complete the questions with when or where. Ask and answer the questions with a partner. 1. __________ Where did you grow up, Ana? 2. __________ did she get married?

I grew up in Romania.

She got married in Mexico. They had a baby in March of last year.

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3. __________ did they have a baby?

4. __________ did he move to San Francisco?

He moved there 10 years ago.

5. __________ did you and Marc finish school?

We finished school in the United States.

6. __________ was Francis born?

He was born in 1981.

Look at the questions. Write the answers.

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(2000) 1. When did she move here?____________________________________________. She moved here in 2000 2. Where did she have her baby?_________________________________________. (San Juan, Puerto Rico) 3. Where did you and your family move?__________________________________. (Seattle)

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Look at the answers. Write the questions.

1. __________________________________________________ ? Where did they finish school

They finished school in New York.

2. __________________________________________________ ?

He grew up in Texas.

3. __________________________________________________ ?

She was born in China.

4. __________________________________________________ ?

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Pair up. Fold the paper in half so you cannot see your partner’s information. Partner 2 is Roseline. 1. Read Roseline’s information. 2. When your partner asks you questions, use the information to answer.

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Partner 1 is Omar. 1. Read Omar’s information. 2. When your partner asks you questions, use the information to answer.

Roseline

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Construction Worker

but I grew up in France. I moved to the US in 2012 to finish school. I got a job this

My name is Roseline. I was born

in Port-au-Prince. I grew up in Miami. I got a job in 2000 as a house cleaner. It’s a good job. I had my son 16 years ago.

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My name is Omar. I was born in Morocco

Answer your partner’s questions about Omar.

Circle the correct information about Roseline in the chart below.

Circle the correct information about Omar in the chart below.

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Look at the chart below. Ask your partner questions about Roseline.

Answer your partner’s questions about Roseline. Look at the chart below. Ask your partner questions about Omar.

Where were you born?

Where were you born?

Miami

France

Port-au-Prince

Morocco

Where did you grow up?

Where did you grow up?

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Miami

France

Haiti

Morocco

When did you have your son?

When did you move to the US?

13 years ago

2000

16 years ago

2012

What do you do for work?

What do you do for work?

Nurse

Construction worker

House cleaner

Driver

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Read Albert Einstein’s timeline. Circle True or False. grew up

moved

got married

finished school

3/14/1879 Ulm, Germany

Munich, Germany

1895 Switzerland

1903

1905

FALSE

TRUE

FALSE

TRUE

FALSE

TRUE

FALSE

3. He finished school in Germany. 4. He got married in Switzerland.

moved

1930 California US

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2. He grew up in Germany.

5. He had his first son in California.

TRUE

FALSE

6. He lived in Connecticut.

TRUE

FALSE

7. He moved to the US in 1930.

TRUE

FALSE

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Create your own timeline. Mark important events in your life. Write dates. Write sentences about them.

1. _____________________________________________________________________________ 2. _____________________________________________________________________________

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3. _____________________________________________________________________________

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Lesson 3 • I Grew Up Here

Read Jairo’s timeline. Circle True or False.

5/6/1954 Havana, Cuba

got married

Madrid, Spain

1980 Spain

1983 Spain

had daughter

1984 Spain TRUE

2. He grew up in Cuba.

TRUE

3. He had his daughter in 1990.

TRUE

4. He got married in Spain.

TRUE

5. He moved to the US in 1988.

TRUE

1988 Texas, US FALSE

had son

1990 Texas, US

FALSE FALSE FALSE FALSE

TRUE

FALSE

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1. Jairo was born in Havana.

6. He had a son in 1990.

2. Q: When do / did she have her baby?

A: I grow / grew up in Iran.

A: She have/ had her baby last month.

3. Q: When did they move / moved here?

4. Q: Where do / did he finish school?

A: They move / moved here five years ago.

A: He finish / finished school in Texas.

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1. Q: Where did you grow / grew up?

JOURNAL PROMPT

Write about a famous person. Who is it? When were they born? Where did they grow up? Where do they live?

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IT’S 11:00 P.M. Listening warm-up. Track 04: Who is tired?

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VOCABULARY WORDS & PHRASES

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Repeat after your teacher.

in the morning

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

get up

go to work

eat dinner

eat lunch

go to bed

make breakfast

take a shower

work out

schedule

weeknight

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PRONUNCIATION

Listen and repeat after your teacher. Underline the stressed syllable. A

morning

afternoon

evening

shower

breakfast

weeknight

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE

B

When do you do these activities? Write them in the correct box. Share with a partner. in the morning

Activities

in the afternoon

in the evening

at night

go to work

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eat dinner eat lunch

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go to bed take a shower work out

Listen again to Track 04. Circle True or False. 1. Julia sounds excited.

TRUE

FALSE

2. Julia goes to bed at 11:00 p.m.

TRUE

FALSE

3. Julia has to go to work tomorrow.

TRUE

FALSE

4. Julia goes to work at 8:00 a.m.

TRUE

FALSE

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make breakfast

LANGUAGE TOOLS

Listen to your teacher and repeat.

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QUESTIONS

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When What time

does

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you they

go to bed

he she

go to work

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ANSWERS

on weekends? on Tuesday?

I We They

go to work

around 7:00 a.m.

in the morning.

He She

goes to bed

at 9:30 p.m.

at night.


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4

Circle the correct word. 1. I get up at 7:00 in / on the morning. 2. She eats dinner in / at 6 in the evening. 3. They left the party around / in 10 p.m.

5. We made dinner on / around 7:00 p.m.

Complete the sentences with the correct word. Practice with a partner.

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4. When do you go to bed at / on Saturdays?

1. Q: When_______ does (do / does) our family eat d dinner? A: Our family ______ (eat / eats) dinner at 6 p.m. 2. Q: When ______ (do / does) your sister get up? A: She ______ (get / gets) up at 8 a.m.

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3. Q: When _____ (do / does) you eat lunch? A: I ______ (eat / eats) lunch at 1:00 p.m.

4. Q: What time ______ (do / does) they go to work? A: They ______ (go / goes) to work at 7:30 a.m. 5. Q: When ______ (do / does) you and John work? A: We ________ (work / works) on Mondays and Fridays.

Write sentences about what Julia does and when. Use morning, afternoon, or evening.

6:30 a.m.

8:00 a.m.

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get up

3:00 p.m.

go to work

walk dog

She gets up at 6:30 2.__________________________ 3.__________________________ 1.__________________________

__________________________ in the morning.

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

6:30 p.m.

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6. Q: When ___________(do / does) you take a shower? A: I______(take / takes) a shower at night.

make dinner

8:00 p.m.

9:00 p.m.

read book

go to bed

4.__________________________ 5.__________________________ 6.__________________________ __________________________

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

__________________________

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Put Mika’s schedule for the day in order using ordinal numbers. 1. ________ go to bed around 10:00 p.m. 2. ________ make breakfast at 8:00 a.m.

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3. ________ buy groceries at 5:00 p.m. 4. ________ make dinner around 6:00 p.m.

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7. _________ work out at lunch.

Write the answers. Ask and answer the questions about Mika’s day with a partner. 1. What’s the first thing Mika does in the morning? ____________________________________________ She gets up. 2. What time does she go to bed? __________________________________________________________

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3. What are two things she does in the evening? ______________________________________________ 4. What does she do after breakfast? _______________________________________________________ 5. When does she work out? ______________________________________________________________

What do you do on Wednesdays? Share with a partner.

At 7 a.m._________________________________________

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________________________________________________

AM

PM

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PM

PM

At noon._________________________________________ ________________________________________________ At 3 p.m._________________________________________ ________________________________________________ At 11 p.m.________________________________________ ________________________________________________

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Look at Dao’s schedule for this week. Answer the questions.

7:00 a.m.– work out

MONDAY around 12:00 p.m. – lunch with Shawn

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

6:00 p.m.– 8:00 a.m. – English class call mom

9:00 p.m. – study

THURSDAY 6:00 p.m.– English class

6:00 p.m. – dinner with friends 9:00 p.m.– study

1. When does Dao walk the dogs?

FRIDAY 3:00 p.m.– pick up the kids 8:30 p.m. – bed (early)

SATURDAY 7:00 a.m. – work out afternoon – walk the dogs

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SUNDAY

8:30 p.m.– bed (early)

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2. What does he do on Monday evenings?

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He walks the dogs on Saturday afternoon. ______________________________________________________________________________________

______________________________________________________________________________________ 3. When does he work out?

______________________________________________________________________________________ 4. When is he going to have lunch with Shawn?

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______________________________________________________________________________________ 5. When does he pick up his kids?

______________________________________________________________________________________

Think about your typical day. Write the time and the things you do. YOUR DAY

I get up and make coffee.

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At 7:30 a.m.

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CONNECT WITH CONVERSATION

Get to know a partner. Ask questions. Ask about things they do every day and when they do them. Ask about their schedule on weekdays and weekends. intercambio.org/students

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Lesson 4 • It’s 11:00 P.M.

Read about Mila’s schedule. Complete the sentences with in, on or at. at 1. Mila gets up ____________ 7:30 a.m.

2. She makes breakfast at 8:00 a.m. ___________ the morning. 3. _________ 8:30 a.m., she goes to work.

5. She makes dinner _________ 7:00 p.m.

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6. She reads books _________ night before she goes to bed.

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4. She buys groceries _________ Mondays.

Look at the questions. Write the answers. Use the information in activity M.

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1. What does Mila do in the morning? _____________________________________________________. She gets up, makes breakfast and goes to work 2. What does Mila do in the evening? _____________________________________________________. 3. When does Mila buy groceries?

Ren’s sch ed 6:00 a.m ule: .– 6:45 a.m get up and wor 1. What does he do in the morning? . – take a k out sho 8:0 _________________________________________________________3 0 a.m. – go to w wer ork :00 p.m. – 2. When does he go to work? 6:00 p.m pick up the kid s . – Engli s _________________________________________________________8:30 p.m. – read h class bo Around 9:00 p.m oks to the kids 3. What does he do in the afternoon? . – go to bed _________________________________________________________

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Look at Ren’s typical day. Answer the questions.

4. When does he go to English class?

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_________________________________________________________ 5. What does he do in the evening?

_________________________________________________________ 6. When does he go to bed?

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_____________________________________________________.

JOURNAL PROMPT

Are you a morning or evening person? What do you like to do at those times?

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Listening warm-up. Track 05: Where does Isaiah want to go?

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VOCABULARY WORDS & PHRASES Repeat after your teacher.

lend

help

babysit

play

watch

use

make

answer

fake

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drive

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PRONUNCIATION

A

Listen and repeat after your teacher. Circle the words with the WOODEN HOOK sound. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

book cool foot cook work

boot cookie fourth cold would

The WOODEN HOOK sound: Your lips are slightly rounded. Draw your tongue toward the back of your mouth.

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE

b

d

c

e

f

1. _____ a She’s driving the car.

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5. _____ The kids are making dinner.

2. _____ He’s lending her $5.

6. _____ She’s taking a shower.

3. _____ They’re using computers.

7. _____ He’s babysitting his little brother.

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4. _____ Tom is answering the phone.

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LISTENING

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Match the picture to the sentence.

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Listen again to Track 05 and check who is doing each activity.

driving the car †† Isaiah †† his mom †† his sister

studying †† Isaiah †† his mom †† his sister

ANSWERS

TIP:

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cleaning the bathroom cooking dinner † †† Isaiah † Isaiah †† his mom †† his mom †† his sister †† his sister

LANGUAGE TOOLS

Listen to your teacher and repeat. QUESTIONS

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What

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you we they

is

she he

you drive

me

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I’m We’re They’re

doing?

studying.

He’s She’s to the store?

Yes,

I

No,

I

can. can’t.

I’m working

I’m = I am we’re = we are you’re = you are he’s = he is she’s = she is they’re = they are


5 Complete the conversations using is and are and the words in parentheses. 2. Q: What _________ your sister doing?

A: He_______________ ’s watching (watch) a movie.

A: She_____________ (babysit).

3. Q: What _______ they doing?

4. Q: What _______ you and your brothers doing?

A: They _________________(drive) to the store.

A: We_____________ (make) pizza.

5. Q: What _______ Selma doing?

6. Q: What________your teacher doing?

A: She_____________(take) a test.

A: He_______________ (help) me learn English.

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1. Q: What _____ is Jiwon doing?

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Read the question. Write the answer.

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No, I can’t. I’m working. ____________________________________. (no, work)

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1. Can you drive me downtown? 2. Can you lend me your book?

____________________________________. (yes)

3. Can she come to my party?

____________________________________. (no, babysit)

4. Can they help me with my homework? ____________________________________. (yes)

6. Can he help me watch the kids?

____________________________________. (no, make dinner)

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____________________________________. (no, use it)

Read the question. Write the answer using the words in parentheses.

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5. Can you lend me your car?

1. What are you doing?

I’m watching TV. __________________________________________. (watch TV)

2. What’s he doing?

__________________________________________. (play soccer)

3. What’s she doing?

_________________________________________. (drive to work)

4. What are they doing? 5. What am I doing? 6. What are we doing? 7. What’s Carlo doing?

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE

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Play a game with a partner. Take turns. Toss a coin to move forward. Heads = move 1 space. Tails = move 2 spaces. When you land on a picture, ask your partner “what are they, he, she, doing?”.

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WHAT ARE THEY DOING?

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CULTURE TIP

In the US, it’s common to ask questions when you meet with doctors, teachers, bankers and lawyers. Systems in the US can be challenging, so ask for help if you don’t understand something. Do you ask these types of people questions in your native country? When you don’t know how to do something or need help, ask! Most people are happy to help you.

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5 Read the Garcia family’s schedule. Answer the questions. Gerald

Alicia

Maria

Ivan

drive kids to scool

7:00 p.m.

clean kitchen

work (9:00a.m. 5p.m.)

school (9:00a.m. 3:00p.m.)

school (9:00a.m. 3:00p.m.)

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work (9:00a.m. 2:00p.m.)

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8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m.

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TIME

pick up kids

babysit

play soccer

play on computer

watch tv

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make dinner

1. It’s 8:00 in the morning. What is Gerald doing? ______________________________________________ He is driving the kids to school. 2. It’s 12:30 in the afternoon. What are Maria and Ivan doing? ___________________________________ 3. It’s 4:00 p.m. Can Alicia drive her friend to work? ____________________________________________ 4. It’s 5:00 p.m. What is Maria doing? ________________________________________________________ 5. It’s 7:00 p.m. Can Ivan meet a friend? _____________________________________________________ 6. It’s 7:00 p.m. What is Gerald doing? _______________________________________________________

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Complete your schedule. Choose a time. Write what you are doing at that time. time

What are you doing?

morning afternoon evening

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CONNECT WITH CONVERSATION

Get to know a partner. Ask questions. Ask what they, their family and their friends are doing this week.

WORD BANK Where are they? How often do they do this? Do they like it? Tell me more. What else?

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HOMEWORK Look at the questions. Write the answers. 1. Can you lend me your book?

__________________________________ (no, study)

2. Can you drive me downtown?

__________________________________ (no, work)

3. Can you help me with my homework?

__________________________________ (yes)

4. Can you hang out now?

__________________________________ (no, babysit)

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Lesson 5 • What Are You Doing?

5. Can you help me cook food from your country? __________________________________ (yes)

Match the questions and answers.

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a. No, he can’t. He’s working.

2. _____ Can he drive me to the store?

b. He’s playing tennis.

3. _____ What are they doing?

c. Yes, I can.

4. _____ Can you come to the party?

d. She’s babysitting.

5. _____ What is he doing?

e. They’re eating at a restaurant.

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1. _____ d What is Valerie doing?

JOURNAL PROMPT

Write about what you and your family members or friends are doing right now.

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__________________________________ (no, use it)

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6. Can you lend me your car?

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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IT’S FASTER AND LESS EXPENSIVE! Listening warm-up. Track 06: What are the people talking about in each conversation?

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VOCABULARY WORDS & PHRASES Repeat after your teacher.

dryer

cell phone plan

truck

vacuum cleaner

toaster

microwave oven

van

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washing machine

SUV (sport utility vehicle)

PRONUNCIATION

Listen and repeat after your teacher. Find four more WHITE TIE words and write them in the box.

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WHITE TIE

1.____________________ dryer 2.____________________ 3.____________________ 4.____________________ 5.____________________

dryer

big

microwave

fifth

sit

quiet

bike

library

which

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE

1.______________________

2.______________________

4.______________________

5.______________________

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Write the word under the picture.

3.______________________

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LISTENING

Listen again to Track 06. Write the number of the conversation you hear.

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6.______________________

______________________

______________________

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LANGUAGE TOOLS

Listen to your teacher and repeat. QUESTIONS

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Which

SUV dryer

Which

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ANSWERS faster? bigger?

is more expensive?

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The silver SUV The new dryer

is

The new dryer

is

faster bigger

than

the blue SUV. the old dryer.

more expensive than less expensive

the old dryer.

ADJECTIVE

COMPARATIVE

fast

faster

big

bigger

noisy

noiser

expensive

more expensive / less expensive


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Complete the conversation with the correct form of the word in parentheses. Purvi: I’m so excited about our new house! It is (1) ___________________ (big) than the old house. bigger Raj: Yeah – and all of the appliances are (2)_______________ (new) than the appliances in the old house. Purvi: Do you think that the dryer is (3) _______________________ (fast) than our old dryer?

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Raj: Yes, I think so. It is also (4)_______________________ (quiet) than our old dryer. Purvi: I hope the bills aren’t (5) ______________________ (expensive) than our old bills!

1. her dryer. / than / is noisier / His dryer

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Put the words in the correct order.

_________________________________________ His dryer is noisier than her dryer.

2. The yellow truck / than / is faster / the blue SUV.

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3. His cell phone plan / expensive / than / is more / our cell phone plan. 4. her washing machine. / Your washing machine / is newer / than

than

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_________________________________________

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6. is / quieter / than / my vacuum cleaner. / Your vacuum cleaner

Look at the pictures in each box. Write a sentence using the comparative words. newer

faster

slower

cheaper more expensive bigger smaller

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1.________________________________________ 2. ________________________________________ The first TV is smaller than _________________________________________ the second.

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3. ________________________________________ 4. ________________________________________ _________________________________________

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE

Phone cost: $39.99

Phone cost: $399

Quiet touch screen 4G data

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MX200

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Compare the cell phones. Make a check next to the features you like. Circle the phone you want. Discuss why you want this phone with a partner.

Cell phone plan: prepaid

Cell phone plan: 2 year contract– $100 per month Dolphin

smaller

MX200

ďƒź

bigger

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faster

slower newer older

quieter

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louder more expensive less expensive

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In the US, you can buy a prepaid (no contract) cell phone or a cell phone with a contract. Cell phone plans give you a set number of minutes to talk and a specific amount of data for accessing the internet, or you could buy an unlimited talk and data plan. What kind of phone plan do you have? Do you like it? 34

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6 Marina moved to Brookline, MA from São Paulo, Brazil. Using the information in the chart, describe to a partner what Marina’s life was like in Brazil compared to the US. Use the comparative of these words: fast, big, noisy, expensive, new, old. São Paulo, Brazil

Brookline, MA

rent

$1500

$1800

price of gas

$4.00/gallon

$2.50/gallon

school

private school

free public school

type of place

big city

town

work

nurse

caregiver

type of phone

flip phone—prepaid

smart phone—monthly plan

places to eat out

bakery, food court

fast food

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Fill in the chart with your information. Compare your life in your native country with your life now.

rent price of gas school type of place

in the US

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native country

type of phone

places to eat out places to shop weather

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EXAMPLE: In Brazil, Marina’s rent was cheaper.

CONNECT WITH CONVERSATION

Get to know a partner. Discuss. Talk about your life here in the US and how it compares to your life in your native country. Compare your home, shopping, transportation and more.

WORD BANK What was it like? What things do you like better?

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HOMEWORK

Look at the pictures. Fill in the blanks with the correct words.

2019 VAN 7 seats $35,000

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Lesson 6 • It’s Faster and Less Expensive!

smaller 1. The SUV is ___________________________ (bigger/smaller) than the van.

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2. The van is ___________________________ (less expensive/more expensive) than the SUV. 3. The SUV is ___________________________ (older/newer) than the van.

4. The van is ___________________________ (bigger/smaller) than the SUV.

5. The SUV is ___________________________ (cheaper/more expensive) than the van.

Look at the sentences. Fill in the blanks using the comparative. 1. I bought a cell phone last week. My brother bought a cell phone last year. My cell phone is newer than my brother’s cell phone. ___________

2. She has a new SUV. He drives a very slow van. Her SUV is _____________________ than his van.

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3. Your old dishwasher makes a lot of noise. My new dishwasher is _____________________ than yours. 4. His dog is bigger than her dog. Her dog is ____________________ than his dog. 5. Their vacuum cleaner was $500. My vacuum cleaner was $150. Their vacuum cleaner is ______________________ than mine.

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6. The van is ___________________________ (older/newer) than the SUV.

JOURNAL PROMPT

Look at the cars in activity K. Write about which car you want and why.

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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HE HAS THE SHORTEST COMMUTE Listening warm-up. Track 07: How does Eric get to work?

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VOCABULARY WORDS & PHRASES

Fo

Repeat after your teacher.

taxi

traffic

commute

way

convenient

wear a seat belt

use a car seat

safe

dangerous

airplane

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long

short

PRONUNCIATION

Listen and repeat after your teacher. Underline the stressed syllable.

A

car seat dangerous

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE

B

Complete the sentences with the words in the box. 1. Nico drives one hour to work in the mornings. He has a long ___________________. commute

use a car seat

2. It’s ___________________ for me to buy groceries on my way home from work.

taxi

3. Small children need to ______________________.

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dangerous

4. If you don’t want to drive, you can take a _____________________.

commute

5. You don’t wear a seat belt? That’s ______________________!

convenient

6. I’m going to take an ______________________ to visit my family in Peru.

LISTENING

Listen again to Track 07. Check the correct answer. 1. Eric’s bike ride to work was

†† awful.

† † great.

†† nice.

2. For him, a bike is

†† the easiest way.

†† an easier way.

†† a good way.

3. Eric rides to work in

†† 10 minutes.

†† 20 minutes.

†† 35 minutes.

4. Andrea has a

†† short commute.

†† normal commute. †† long commute.

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†† safest.

6. For Andrea, a car is the

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What

is

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the easiest the safest the most expensive

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way to get to work?

A bike A taxi

is

the easiest. the safest. the most expensive.


7 Complete the charts below. WORDS WITH 1 SYLLABLE

good bad

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Superlative (the+est)

description

(1) faster (2) the fastest (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) (11) (12) (13) (14) (15) (16) Irregular forms better the best worse the worst

comparative (+more)

superlative (the+most)

convenient expensive

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fast slow cheap easy hard safe long short

comparative(+er)

dangerous

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WORDS WITH 2+ SYLLABLES

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3. Which has___________________________ traffic: a crowded city or a small town? (bad) 4. Which is_____________________________ : learning English, drinking wine or watching TV? (hard) 5. Which is_____________________________ : a turtle, a rabbit or a horse? (slow) 6. Which is ____________________________ : a TV show, a commercial or a movie? (short)

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Complete the sentences with the correct form of the word. faster 1. A bike is __________________ (faster / fastest) than a car.

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2. A car is the __________________ (more convenient / most convenient) way to get to work. 3. I like to walk to work. It is the ___________________ (cheaper / cheapest) way to go. 4. My baby always uses a car seat. It is the _____________ (safe / safest) way to drive her places

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7. Sunny and warm is ______________________(better / best) than cold and snowy.

Cross out the mistake. Write the sentence using the correct words. Read with a partner.

1. A bike is the better way to go to work. _________________________________________________ A bike is the best way to go to work. 2. A car is the most fast.

_________________________________________________

3. An airplane is the expensivest.

_________________________________________________

4. The bus is cheapest than a taxi.

_________________________________________________

5. That road has the worse traffic.

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE Read the questions below. Write the answers. Discuss with a partner.

Booster seat and lap or shoulder seat belt

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1, 2 and 3 years old

4, 5, 6 and 7 years old

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Forward-facing car seat or booster seat

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Rear or forwardfacing car seat

Child weighs less than 20 lbs. Use car seat in back seat only

newborn – 1st birthday

Use until child is at least 40 lbs. Follow manufacturer’s instructions.

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Rear-facing car seat

8 until 16th birthday

Use this car seat until child is approximately 57 inches tall. Child’s height is the best predictor of proper seat belt fit Child should be able to sit back against seat back with knees bent naturally at the edge of the seat. Children under 13 should sit in back seat only.

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1. What is the best car seat for a 2 ½-year-old child?____________________________________________ 2. What is the tallest a child can be to use a forward-facing car seat?______________________________ 3. What’s the most a child can weigh to use a rear-facing car seat?________________________________ 4. What is the safest car seat for your children or grandchildren?__________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

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CULTURE TIP

In the US, children must use a car seat until they are a certain age and height. Fire stations can help you install the car seat correctly. Some communities have a resource to get free car seats if they are too expensive for you to buy. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website has great information about car seats. Check it out at: www.nhtsa.gov/equipment/car-seats-and-booster-seats

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7 Jordan lives in New York City. New York is very crowded. She uses many different kinds of transportation. Look at the chart, and read the questions below. Write your answers. Discuss with a partner. TIP: advantages = good disadvantages = bad

subway

x

x

x

fastest

easiest

most convenient

most expensive

most dangerous

longest

Use or used advantages disadvantages

bus

taxi

walk

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1. Jordan has an important meeting at work this morning. It’s 8:30, and her meeting is at 9 a.m. What is the best way for her to go to work?

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2. This weekend, Jordan and three friends are leaving New York to go to the beach. What is the best kind of transportation?

____________________________________________________________________________

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Check  the transportation you use or have used in the past. Write the advantages and disadvantages of the transportation you checked. car

bike

subway

bus

taxi

walk

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disadvantages

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3. It’s a beautiful day. Jordan doesn’t have much money. What’s the best way to get to the park?

CONNECT WITH CONVERSATION

Get to know your partner. Discuss. Different types of transportation you use or used in the past. Advantages and disadvantages of different transportation.

WORD BANK convenient, expensive, fast, dangerous, easy, safe, good, bad

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Lesson 7 • He Has the Shortest Commute

Write the correct form of the word in parentheses. fastest 1. A bike can be the ____________________ (fast) way to get to work when there is a lot of traffic.

2. In my town, a taxi is the ___________________ (expensive) way to go to work.

4. My commute is ____________________ (long) than his commute. 5. My sister has the _____________________ (short) commute in my family.

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3. The bus is ______________________ (cheap) than a taxi.

Read the answers. Write the questions.

A bike is the fastest.

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1. ________________________________________________ What is the fastest?

The bus is the cheapest.

3.________________________________________________

The subway is the most convenient.

4.________________________________________________

A car is the best way to go to work.

5.________________________________________________

A taxi is the most expensive.

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2.________________________________________________

JOURNAL PROMPT

Write about the kinds of transportation you use. Describe the advantages and disadvantages. ____________________________________________________________________________

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6. The subway is the _______________________ (convenient) way to go to work in some cities.

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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REVIEW & PROGRESS CHECK Check the items you can do. Practice the items you can’t. †† talk about music and movies I like and what my favorite is (lesson 1) †† talk about parties and events I went to (lesson 2)

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†† ask and answer questions about what it was like to move to the US (lesson 3) †† describe what I do every day and how often I do certain things (lesson 4) †† ask someone about their schedule (lesson 4)

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†† talk about what I’m doing right now (lesson 5)

†† make polite excuses if I can’t do something (lesson 5) †† compare things that I shop for (lesson 6) †† compare housing and cars (lesson 6)

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†† talk about my commute and the best way to get places (lesson 7)

Answer the questions.

1. What is one thing you can do now?

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REVIEW & PRACTICE

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Create your own timeline. Mark important events in your life. Write dates. Write sentences about them. Example:

Partner 1: Where were you born? Partner 2: I was born in Tucson. Partner 1: When did you get married? Partner 2: I got married in 1980.

1980 got married

Verb 1. grow up 2. get 3. finish 4. move 5. he is 6. they are 7. have 8. make 9. go 10. do

Past tense grew up

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Fill in the bubble with the correct answer. 1. What time do you go to bed on weeknights? 2. When do they go to work? 3. What time does Marta go to class? 4. What level is he?

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Fill in the chart by writing the past tense of the verbs.

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a. I go to bed around 10.

a. They go to work on weekdays. b. They go to work in weekdays. a. She goes to class in 6:00 p.m.

b. She goes to class at 6:00 p.m.

a. He’s at Level 2.

b. He’s in Level 2.

5. What time did they leave the a. They left around 11 p.m. party? 6. When do you work out? a. I work out in Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. 7. When do you do your a. I do my laundry on weekends. laundry? 8. What time do you eat a. I eat dinner on 6. dinner?

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b. I go to bed on 10.

b. They left on 11 p.m. b. I work out on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. b. I do my laundry around weekends. b. I eat dinner at 6.


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Write three kinds of music and movies you like (1 = favorite). Compare with a partner. Music I like

Movies I like 1.

2.

2.

3.

3.

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Example: Partner 1: What is your favorite kind of music? Partner 2: Rock music. Partner 2: What kind of movies do you like? Partner 1: Action moives

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Look at the pictures. Fill in the blank with the correct form of the words from the box..

new expensive small big

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1. The black car’s trunk is ___________________________ than the blue car’s trunk. bigger

2. The orange vacuum is the ____________________________.

$

$$

$$$

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3. The red washing machine is the _____________________________.

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Review Game. Play with a partner or in a small group. Put a marker on START. Roll the dice. Move the correct number of spaces. Answer the question.

What kinds of music do you like?

What kinds of movies do you like?

What kinds of movies does your partner like?

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START

Where were you born?

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When did you move here?

Tell me about a party you went to.

What time do you get up in the morning?

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What is the most convenient way to get around?

When do you eat dinner?

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What is the best way to commute?

Tell me about your family.

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Where did you grow up?

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What kinds of music does your partner like?

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What time do you go to Can you drive me to the bed? store?

What is the easiest way to get to English class?

What are you doing tonight? Compare your teacher’s car with your car or a friend’s car. Which is faster? Smaller? Older?


8

PROGRESS CHECK Total: 50 x 2 = 100

B

1. Rick had a birthday party.

TRUE

FALSE

2. Ana was at Rick’s party.

TRUE

FALSE

3. Rick’s cousins were there.

TRUE

FALSE

4. Rick’s grandparents were there.

TRUE

FALSE

Circle the correct answer. (1 point each)

2. I get up around / in 7:30 a.m.

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1. He goes to bed at / on 10 p.m. 3. We eat breakfast around 9 in / on the morning.

4. Marcus goes to work at / on the weekends.

5. She takes a shower every day at / in 7:30 a.m.

6. We are going to Rick’s party on / around 6.

7. Did you do your laundry in / on Tuesday?

8. They called me late at / in night!

Write the correct answer form of the word in parentheses. (2 points each)

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My score________/ 100

1. Q: Where did you grow up?

A: I ______________ grew up (grow up) in Florida.

2. Q: When did she get married?

A: She ___________________ (get married) last year.

3. Q: When did Jennifer have a baby?

A: She _______________ (have a baby) three months ago.

4. Q: Where did you go this summer?

A: I ___________________ (go) to the beach.

5. Q: When did they move?

A: They _________________(move) in 2007.

Put the words in the correct box. (1 point each) Movies

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6. Q: When did we make breakfast this morning? A: We _________________ (make) it around 8.

comedies

Music

comedies action horror country classical rock hip hop drama

________/ 30

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Read about the cars. Complete the sentences using the correct words. (2 points each)

Classic truck for sale 1950 style classic truck ready for you to fix. Big space to carry your stuff. $1,500.

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Sports car for sale 2018 sports car for sale. Like new! Bright color, fast, quiet engine. $60,000.

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1. The sports car is ____________(new/old) than the truck. newer

2. The sports car is ______________ (fast/slow) than the truck.

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3. The sports car is the _________________________(expensive). 4. The truck is _____________ (quiet/loud) than the sports car.

5. The truck has a ______________ (big/small) space than the sports car. 6. The truck is the_________________ (cheap).

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STOP. Wait for your teacher. (2 points each)

can/lend?

what/name

what’s/easy/way to commute?

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3. 0

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4. 0

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5. 0

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2

Teacher Notes Lesson 1: Lesson 3: Lesson 3: Lesson 5: Lesson 7:

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9 Pick a location or an activity: Bus Station / Store / Class BBQ or Potluck My Idea: _______________________________________ Address:__________________________________________________

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Date and time to meet: _____________________ _______a.m. / p.m.

IMPORTANT WORDS AND PHRASES I WANT TO USE _________________________________________

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QUESTIONS I PLAN TO ASK

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Things I’m going to look for or find:

_____________________________________________________________________________________

DURING THE FIELD TRIP People I talked to

Notes

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Things I saw or found

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HOMEWORK: FIELD TRIP REPORT Something that I learned on the field trip: ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

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______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

Something that was difficult:

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______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

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Field Trip Feedback 1. I talked in English:

†† a lot

†† a little

†† not at all

2. I learned:

†† a lot

†† a little

†† not a lot

3. I thought it was:

†† good

†† okay

†† not good

Why? ____________________________________________________________________________

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WHAT DO YOU LOOK LIKE? Listening warm-up. Track 09: They are talking about their friends. True or false?

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VOCABULARY WORDS & PHRASES Repeat after your teacher.

hair type straight curly long short bald

hair color red blond brown gray light

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eyes blue hazel brown dark

face wear glasses moustache beard

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PRONUNCIATION

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Listen and repeat after your teacher. Hold up one finger if you hear the GREEN TEA sound. Hold up two fingers if you hear the PURPLE SHIRT sound. week work

here her

beard bird

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE Match the description to the people.

a

b

c

d

e

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2. ____ He is tall. He has dark eyes, dark hair and a moustache. 3. ____ She has short, curly hair and brown eyes. She wears glasses. 4. ____ She has long, dark hair and brown eyes. She wears glasses.

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5. ____ He has brown eyes, gray hair and a beard. He wears glasses.

LISTENING

Listen again to Track 09. Write the names under the correct picture: Kevin, Song, Veronica, Juan.

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LANGUAGE TOOLS

Listen to your teacher and repeat. QUESTIONS

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What

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are What is 52

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ANSWERS

look

like?

I They

have

a moustache.

wear

glasses.

he she

He She

has

dark eyes.

wears

glasses.

you

I

am

They

are

He She

is

they he she

like?

friendly. quiet.


10 Complete the conversations with the correct word. Does 1. Q: ____________ (Does / Is) she have blond hair?

does A: Yes, she _______________ (does / do).

2. Q: Does she ____________ (has / wear) glasses?

A: No, she ___________ (doesn’t / isn’t).

3. Q: What _____________ (is / does) Benjamin like?

A: He is _______________ (quiet / blue eyes).

4. Q: What do they ___________ (looks / look) like?

A: They ___________ (are / have) dark, curly hair.

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5. Q: Does her sister ________ (wear / wears) glasses? A: Yes, she ____________ (wears / does).

Read the answers. Write the questions.

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A: They are ____________ (friendly / brown hair).

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6. Q: What ____________ they like (do / are)?

2. ________________________________________________

She is quieter than most people.

3.________________________________________________

I have dark eyes and long brown hair.

4.________________________________________________

She has blue eyes and short red hair.

5.________________________________________________

They are athletic and friendly.

6.________________________________________________

I have a beard and I wear glasses.

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They are bald and have hazel eyes.

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Look at the pictures. Write complete sentences about the people.

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1.________________________________________________ What do they look like?

hair

He is bald.

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE Look at the graph below. Answer the questions.

1% other

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5% hazel

Eye Colors Around the World

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10% blue

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79% brown

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2% red

2% blond

6% gray/other

Hair Colors Around the World

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90% black/brown/dark

1. What percentage (%) of people in the world have gray hair?___________________________________ 6% of people have gray hair. 2. What percentage of people in the world have hazel eyes?_____________________________________ 3. What percentage of people in the world have brown/dark hair?________________________________

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4. What percentage of people in the world have red hair?________________________________________ 5. What’s the most common hair color in your English class right now?_____________________________ 6. What color are your eyes and hair? Are you in the larger or smaller group around the world?_________ ______________________________________________________________________________________

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Marcela

Sayed

Kevin

Song

Veronica

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Guess who: Partner A: Choose a picture. Partner B: Ask questions to guess who partner A is.

Omar

Juan

Sonya

Me hair: eyes: beard/mustache: glasses:

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personality:

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Write about what you look like and what you are like. Write about a friend or family member.

My friend or family member hair: eyes:

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glasses:

personality:

CONNECT WITH CONVERSATION

Get to know a partner. Discuss. Talk about yourself and family members. Describe what they look like and what they are like. intercambio.org/students

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HOMEWORK

They are friendly and outgoing.

2.___________________________________________________

He has a beard and blond hair.

3.___________________________________________________

I am quiet.

4.___________________________________________________

She has blue eyes and short red hair.

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1.___________________________________________________ What are they like?

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Circle the correct word. Lee: Hey Clara. What (1) did / do you do last weekend? Clara: I (2) go / went to a party with some friends. Lee: Who (3) is / was there?

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Clara: Hanna and Lila(4) was / were there.

Lee: Oh wow! I don’t think I know Lila. What (5) is / does she look like? Clara: She (6) has / is long, brown hair and she wears glasses. Lee: (7) Is / Do she athletic?

Clara: Yes, (8) she’s / does very athletic.

Lee: Okay, yes – I know her. She (9) is / has friendly.

JOURNAL PROMPT

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Look at the answers. Write the questions.

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Lesson 10 • What Do You Look Like?

Think of a person in your family. Who is it? What does the person look like? What is the person like?

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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VOCABULARY WORDS & PHRASES Repeat after your teacher.

mop the floor

vacuum

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wash the car

get together with friends

clean out my closet

get ready

make the beds

do yard work pick up groceries

PRONUNCIATION

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Listen to your teacher. Circle the word you hear. Be careful! These words sound similar. Practice saying the sentences with a partner. 1. I’m going to clean out my _________.

a. close it

b. closet

2. She is going to do ___________ work.

a. yard

b. hard

3. He is going to ________ the floor.

a. mop

b. map

4. They are going to wash the _______.

a. car

b. cart

5. We’re going to ____________.

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE

2

3

4

5

6

1. Bernard is going to _____________. vacuum

2. Miriam is going to _______________.

3. Sandra and Phil are going to _____________.

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4. I’m going to ______________.

6. Are you going to ______________?

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5. We’re not going to ______________.

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Listen again to Track 10. Check the words you hear. † † get ready

†† clean out my closet

†† go dancing

†† vacuum

†† spend time with family

TIP:

Listen to your teacher and repeat. QUESTIONS

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What

is

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you we they

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ANSWERS this weekend? tomorrow? Friday? later?

have to do

“have to” sounds like “hafta” No plans = not doing anything

today? tomorrow?

I’m We’re They’re going to He’s She’s I We They

have to

He She

has to

wash the car. get together with friends.

vacuum. do yard work.


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Match the questions and answers. a. She has to get ready for a family visit.

2. _____ What are you going to do tomorrow?

b. They have to clean out their closet.

3. _____ What are we going to do later?

c. He’s going to meet a friend for coffee.

4. _____ What does she have to do this weekend?

d. We’re going to vacuum.

5. _____ What does Tomas have to do this week?

e. They’re going to practice English later.

6. _____ What do they have to do tomorrow?

f. I’m going to wash the car.

7. _____ What are Tanya and her sister going to do later?

g. He has to do yard work.

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Jema: Hi Nikolay. What are you and your brother (1)__________________ do after class today? going to

Nikolay: We’re (2) _________________ do yard work and then we (3)__________________ make dinner. Do you want to hang out after dinner?

Jema: I’d love to, but I’m (4) ____________________ get together with friends today.

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Nikolay: Okay. Do you want to come to our house to eat dinner tomorrow?

Jema: Sure! I don’t (5)__________________ do anything tomorrow. Okay, let me know what I can take.

Look at Ynez’s phone and To Do list. What does she have to do on the 21st? What is she going to do this week? Write complete sentences.

JUNE

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21 TUESDAY

8:00 AM

drop off kids at school

dentist 10:00 AM appointment

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3:00 PM

To do this week

wash car clean house pick up groceries

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1. What does Ynez have to do at 8:00 a.m.?

________________________________________. She has to drop off the kids at school

2. What is Ynez going to do with her car?

________________________________________.

3. What is she going to do for food?

________________________________________.

4. What does she have to do on Tuesday at 10 a.m.?

________________________________________.

5. What is Ynez going to do in her house?

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE

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Look at the pictures. Circle the correct answer. Compare your answers with a partner. Wen

Jasmine

have a baby get together with friends more watch movies in English

1. Who is going to learn to ski?

Caesar

Wen

Jasmine

Caesar

Wen

Jasmine

Caesar

Wen

Jasmine

Caesar

Wen

Jasmine

5. Who is going to learn to cook?

Caesar

Wen

Jasmine

6. Who is going to clean out their closet?

Caesar

Wen

Jasmine

2. Who is going to watch movies in English? 3. Who is going to have a baby?

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4. Who is going to exercise more?

What are you going to do this week? Is there anything you have to do this week? Write a list. Share with a partner. Have to do

I’m going to clean out my closet.

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I have to go to the doctor.

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Every spring many people do spring cleaning. People clean out their closets, their garages and their backyards. Sometimes they have garage sales. Do you do this? Do you like to clean everything in one day or a little bit over many days? 60

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11 Marcie and Kevin are going to New York City for their honeymoon. Look at the vision board. What are they going to do in New York? What do they have to do before the trip?

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Have to do

Going to do

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I’m going to go wash my car.

2. ______________________________________________?

We’re going to pick up groceries tonight.

3. ______________________________________________?

They have to mop the floor tonight.

4. ______________________________________________?

She has to study next weekend.

5. ______________________________________________?

He is going to work on his car on Saturday.

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eat out with Sam at 6:30 p.m.

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clean the house, vacuum

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work out with Chris at 3:00 p.m.

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He is going to eat out with his friend. 1. What is Tom going to do on Friday night? __________________________________________________

2. What is he going to do on Sunday?_______________________________________________________. 3. What is he going to do on Saturday?______________________________________________________.

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What are you going to do this month? Write some of the things you want to do and some of the things you have to do.

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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WHAT ARE YOU DOING LATER? Listening warm-up. Track 11: Is Dani busy this weekend?

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Repeat after your teacher.

go to volunteer

get coffee

I’m not doing anything.

a meeting

a concert

the mountains

the beach

the lake

church

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Listen and repeat after your teacher. Circle the words that have an s sound at the end. Underline the words that have a z sound. lakes

rivers

concerts

mountains

meetings

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Match the sentences to the pictures.

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Listen again to Track 11. Number the pictures in the order you hear them.

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5. ____ He’s volunteering on Saturday.

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ANSWERS now? later? this weekend? tomorrow?

I’m They’re He’s She’s Yes,

volunteering going to class

“What are you doing?” sounds like “Whatcha doing?”

tomorrow? tonight?

eating dinner. getting coffee. going to the beach. I he/she they/we

am. is. are. I’m not.

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Complete the questions and answers. Practice with a partner. are 1. Q: What _______________ you doing tonight?

A: I’m ______________ to English class. going

2. Q: What ___________ they doing tomorrow?

A: They’re ___________ to the lake.

3. Q: What is she _______________ this weekend? 4. Q: What are __________ doing on Sunday?

5. Q: What ________ Michael and Ron doing

6. Q: Is Monica ___________ to a concert on

tonight?

Wednesday?

A: __________ volunteering.

A: No, she ______________.

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A: I’m ____________ to church.

eat dinner/Monday evening

walk dog/Tuesday afternoon

go to meeting/Wednesday morning

2.______________________

3.______________________

on Monday evening. ________________________

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1.______________________ They’re eating dinner

study English/Thursday night

get coffee/Friday afternoon

go to church/Sunday morning

4.______________________

5.______________________

6.______________________

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1. _____________________________________? What are you doing tonight

We’re going to the Italian restaurant.

2. _____________________________________?

They’re going to a concert this weekend.

3. _____________________________________?

He’s picking up groceries tomorrow.

4. _____________________________________?

No, I’m not going to the mountains on Saturday.

5. _____________________________________?

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE

Everglades

This lake is in Oregon. It is the deepest lake in the US.

Things to do there: • fishing • bird watching • boat tours

These dunes are near a beach in Michigan. Things to do there: • swimming • hiking • boat tours

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Things to do there: • hiking • shopping at the lake store • cross-country skiing

These wetlands were created by a river in Florida. This is the 3rd largest park in the US.

Sleeping Bear Dunes

This park is in Colorado. The highest mountain in the park is Long’s Peak. Things to do there: • hiking • camping • fishing

Crater Lake

Everglades

Sleeping Bear

Rocky Mountain

2. Where can you go swimming?

Crater Lake

Everglades

Sleeping Bear

Rocky Mountain

3. Where can you go hiking?

Crater Lake

Everglades

Sleeping Bear

Rocky Mountain

4. Which park is closest to where you Crater Lake live?

Everglades

Sleeping Bear

Rocky Mountain

5. Which park do you most want to visit?

Crater Lake

Everglades

Sleeping Bear

Rocky Mountain

6. Which park has bird watching?

Crater Lake

Everglades

Sleeping Bear

Rocky Mountain

7. Where can you go camping?

Crater Lake

Everglades

Sleeping Bear

Rocky Mountain

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What are your plans? Write what you are doing on the days and times below:

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HOMEWORK

a. No, I’m not. I’m studying tonight.

2. _____ What are you doing later?

b. She’s going to a national park.

3. _____ Are you going to a concert tonight?

c. This weekend we’re doing yard work.

4. _____ What are we doing this weekend?

d. He’s getting coffee with a friend.

5. _____ Is she volunteering this weekend?

e. I’m buying groceries later.

6. _____ What are they doing now?

f. Yes, she is.

7. _____ What is he doing Friday?

g. They’re eating dinner.

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Complete the conversation with the correct form of the word in parentheses.

Bernice: Hi Melinda. (1) _________________ (I / go) to the store to pick up groceries. Do you want to I’m going come with me?

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Bernice: No problem. What (3) _______________________ (you / do) later? Melinda: Later (4) ________________________ (I / go) to the gym. Would you like to go with me? Bernice: Sorry, I can’t. (5) ________________________ (I / cook) dinner for my family then. Melinda: Okay. (6) ____________________________ (you / do) anything tomorrow? Bernice: No, (7) _____________________________ (I / not / do) anything tomorrow. How about you? Melinda: I’m going to go hiking with friends. Come with us! Bernice: Great! See you then.

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Write about what you and your family are doing later today and/or this weekend.

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WHAT DID YOU DO ON VACATION? Listening warm-up. Track 13: What are the people talking about?

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Repeat after your teacher. Activities take a road trip go sightseeing buy souvenirs

try new food go on rides

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go on a tour boat cruise

Places theme park zoo boat

pool museum

hotel ocean

PRONUNCIATION

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Listen and repeat after your teacher. Practice the BLUE MOON sound. Circle the words that make the BLUE MOON sound. food

boat

zoo

souvenirs

floor

foot

road

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Complete the sentences with the words in the box. For our vacation last summer, we took ____________________ a road trip to Florida.

a museum

We slept in ___________________. Many had outdoor _____________________

souvenirs

to swim in.

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a tour

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hotels

We gave the children a little money to buy _______________ at the gift shop.

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There’s ____________________ with all the different rockets that have been sent

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Listen again to Track 13. Number the conversations you hear.

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visit

visited 1. _____________________________

visited I _________________ my family.

rent

2. _____________________________

We ___________________ a car.

stay

3. _____________________________

He _______________ in a hotel.

PRESENT

PAST (IRREGULAR)

EXAMPLE

are

4. _____________________________

They ______ happy on vacation.

go

5. _____________________________

We ________ to a theme park.

try

6. _____________________________

She _________ new food.

pay

7. _____________________________

Jon _________ for tickets.

swim

8. _____________________________

I _________ in the lake.

write

9. _____________________________

She ________ a postcard.

buy

10. _____________________________

I __________ souvenirs.

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Match the questions and answers. 1. _____ e What did you do on vacation?

a. Yes, they visited museums and went sightseeing.

2. _____ Where did he go on vacation?

b. She visited her family.

3. _____ Who did she visit on vacation?

c. We didn’t do anything.

4. _____ Did they visit museums?

d. He went to Argentina.

5. _____ What did you and Felicia do on vacation?

e. I went on a road trip.

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a tour

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE Read the postcard Ramon wrote. Answer the questions using complete sentences.

He wrote the post card to his aunt. _________________________________________________

2. Where does Alma live?

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3. Where did Ramon go on vacation?

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4. What did Ramon do today on vacation?

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5. What did he buy?

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6. What were the people like?

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Complete the conversation between Alma and Ramon. Use the verb in parentheses. Ramon: Hi Aunt Alma – I’m back from vacation! was (be) it? Alma: Hi Ramon. How (1) ______

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Look at the vacation choices. Rank them 1–3 (1 = want to do it the most). Answer the questions. Where can you take a river boat cruise? __________________________________________ Where can you go to the beach?

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__________________________________________ Where can you visit museums?

Visit Washington, DC, the capital of the US. Enjoy all the free museums and National Zoo. Stay in a beautiful hotel with indoor pool. 3-nights, 4-days. $500/person

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Where is a theme park? __________________________________________ Where is a zoo? __________________________________________

7-day trip to Ch ina. Sightseeing tours of Shanghai and Beijing w ith wonderful food and sh opping. 2-day Yangtze River boat cruise. $1200 per person.

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__________________________________________ Which vacation is your favorite?

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Let’s plan your vacation.

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CONNECT WITH CONVERSATION

Get to know a partner. Talk about your next vacation or your last vacation.

WORD BANK Where will you go? Who went with you? What did you do?

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HOMEWORK Read about Bob’s vacation. Answer the questions.

Go Sightseeing Explore Theme Parks

Visit Florida

Buy Souvenirs

Stay at Blue Beach Hotel

Visit Museums

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2. What tour did he take?

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3. Where did he stay?

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4. What did he do there?

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1. Where did Bob go on vacation?

Put the sentences in the correct order.

1. sightseeing. / visited/ They / museums / and went

They visited museums and went sightseeing. ______________________________________________________________________________________

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JOURNAL PROMPT

Write about a vacation you (or someone you know) went on. Where did you go? What did you do?

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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vegetable

dessert

appetizer

soup

vegetarian

hamburger

side

french fries

sandwich

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SOUNDS LIKE FOOD pull

would

good

cool

pool

do

cookies

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books

movies

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Write the words from the box on the menu. dessert side _______________

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soup

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What would

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ANSWERS

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I’d We’d He’d/She’d They’d Yes,

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Belen: ___________ like soup, please.

3. Lillia: What ____________ the children like for

4. Lara: ________________ your son like a dessert? Ron: Yes, he’d like to have a cookie.

Bishu: ____________ like sandwiches, please.

6. Pia: Would she like a side of french fries?

Noe: No, she _______________. She’d like soup.

Leo: _____________ like the pasta.

Match the questions to the answers.

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Sam: No, he _________________.

lunch?

5. Nelly: What would Sally like to have?

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A. They’d like an appetizer and a sandwich.

2. ____Would she like steak for dinner?

B. I’d like to go to the new restaurant on Saturday.

3. ____Would they like a side of soup?

C. Yes, she would.

4. ____What would he like to eat?

D. Yes, I would!

5. ____What would they like from the menu?

E. No, they wouldn’t. They’d like vegetables.

6. ____Where would you like to go this weekend?

F. He’d like pasta.

7. ____Would you like to get coffee tomorrow?

G. No, he wouldn’t. He’d like a hamburger.

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Gina: Hey Kiko. What (1) _________ you going to do this weekend? are Kiko: I’m not doing anything. ___________ (2) you like to have dinner at a restaurant one night? Gina: Yes, I (3) _____________! But, I’m a vegetarian. I (4)_____________ eat meat. Kiko: I know a restaurant with great vegetable soup. (5) ____________so good! Gina: That sounds great. (6) _____________you like to go on Saturday night? Kiko: Yes, that’s perfect. See you then! intercambio.org/students

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Julian: steak with a side of vegetables

Frida: hamburger with a side of french fries (gluten-free bun)

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Teacher: bean soup and a sandwich

Zhang: soup with a vegetarian appetizer steak with chicken soup

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(No desserts!)

1. Would Frida like the pasta?_____________________________________________________________ No, she wouldn’t. 2. What would Kira like for lunch?__________________________________________________________

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HOMEWORK c Would Martin like a hamburger? 1. ___

A. They’d like hamburgers.

2. ___ Where would you like to go for dinner?

B. Yes, she would!

3. ___ What would they like for lunch?

C. No, he wouldn’t. He’d like soup.

4. ___ Would she like dessert?

D. No, they aren’t.

5. ___ What would you and David like for an appetizer?

E. We’d like soup.

6. ___ Are they vegetarians?

F. I’d like to go to a restaurant.

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Waiter: Hello, welcome to Pete’s Diner. What would (1) ____like to drink? you

Waiter: Okay. How about your daughter? Rita: (3) _____like water, also.

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Waiter: (4) _______ you and your daughter like an appetizer?

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Rita: (7)____ like the soup and sandwich and my daughter would like the kid’s hamburger. Waiter: (8) ______ she like a side of french fries?

Rita: No, she (9) __________ . She’d like vegetables.

Answer the sentences using would, I’d, he’d, she’d, we’d or they’d + like. 1. Do you want steak? ___________________________________________________________________

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VOCABULARY WORDS & PHRASES

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international/domestic

stamps

envelope

stand in line

fill out

signature

package

return address

ounce

pound

mail

shipping label

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PRONUNCIATION

Listen and repeat after your teacher. Underline the stressed syllable.

A

package

signature

envelope

international

domestic

label

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VOCABULARY PRACTICE Circle what you see in the pictures from the words in the box

stamp

return address

international

shipping label

envelope

DARIN PATCHEE PO BOX 1078 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94101

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Avon Partitioning Evercreech Way, Unit 10 Quito 170102, Ecuador

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MS. JANA PATCHEE 3244 PEARL STREET PORTLAND, OR 97034

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3. Do you __________ go to the store? 4. I’m going to the laundromat. I ___________ do laundry.

6. We ______________ clean up the house this weekend.

Use the words to form the correct question and answer. Practice with a partner.

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What do you need to do today 1.Q: _____________________________________? 2.Q: _____________________________________? What/you/need/do/today/to When/Kevin/need/buy/stamps/does/to

A: _____________________________________. I/need/buy/groceries/to

A: _____________________________________. He/needs/buy/stamps/this afternoon/to/go

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3.Q: _____________________________________? 4.Q: _____________________________________? What/they/need/do/this weekend/to When/we/need/walk/the dogs/do/to A: _____________________________________. They/need/do laundry/to

A: _____________________________________. We/need/walk/the dogs/after dinner/to

5.Q: _____________________________________? 6.Q: _____________________________________? When/you/need/do/the homework/to What/she/need/do/at the Post Office/does/ A: _____________________________________. I/need/do/the homework/before Monday/to

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REAL LIFE / YOUR LIFE

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Read about how to ship a package and circle True or False. Address Your Package

Pack your box

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USPS has a variety of services. The cost of shipping depends on how quickly you want the package to arrive and its size and weight. Other services include tracking and insurance.

USPS = United States Postal Sevice

Small packages with the correct postage can be placed in the blue collection box, or visit your local post office.

TRUE

FALSE

2. You need a yellow pen to address your package.

TRUE

FALSE

3. You don’t need a return address on the box.

TRUE

FALSE

4. Shipping costs depend on size of package.

TRUE

FALSE

5. Small packages can go in the blue collection box.

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1 2 3 4 5

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$46.55 $50.97 $55.39 $59.80 $64.22

Mexico

$42.70 $46.22 $49.73 $53.25 $56.76

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1. How much does it cost to send a 2-lb. package to Brazil?

_________. $46.55

2. How much does it cost to send a 4-lb. package to Mexico? _________. 3. How much does it cost to send a 5-lb. package to Brazil?

_________.

4. How much does it cost to send a 1-lb. package to Mexico? _________. 5. Is it cheaper to send packages to Mexico or Brazil?

_________.

6. Is it more expensive to send a 1-lb. or a 5-lb. package?

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CULTURE TIP

Tina Shafer lives at 324 Main St., South Bend, IN 46613. Her cousins, Jake and Mara Shafer, live at 1478 Coal Creek Rd., Lafayette, CO 80027

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It is not recommended to send cash in the mail. If you send something that is expensive or something that can break, you can buy extra insurance at the post office. Do you go to the post office? Is it the same or different from your native country?

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Who do you need to mail letters and packages to and why?

Why?

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Lesson 15 • I Need to Mail a Package

Read the text message. Circle True or False.

Great, thanks! Hey Josue! I’m going to the post office. I need to pick up a package. Do you want to come?

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Sure! Do you need to buy stamps, too?

No, I have stamps.

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Hey Leidy! Yeah — I need to get some envelopes.

Okay, let’s go!!

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2. Leidy needs to mail a package.

TRUE

FALSE

3. Leidy needs to get envelopes.

TRUE

FALSE

4. Josue needs to get envelopes.

TRUE

FALSE

5. Josue needs to buy stamps.

TRUE

FALSE

Jessie is going to the post office. Use the words in the box to write sentences about what she needs to do. Write the sentences in order. she needs to fill out a shipping label. 1. First, ___________________________________________

2. Second,_________________________________________

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4. Fourth, _________________________________________

fill out a shipping label stand in line weigh her package pay to mail her package

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What do you need to do to learn more English?

____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________

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REVIEW & PROGRESS CHECK I can… †† talk about music and movies I like and what my favorite is (lesson 1) †† talk about parties and events I went to (lesson 2)

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†† talk about what I’m doing right now (lesson 5)

†† make polite excuses if I can’t do something (lesson 5) †† compare things that I shop for (lesson 6) †† compare housing and cars (lesson 6)

†† talk about my commute and the best way to get places (lesson 7)

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†† compare what people look like and are like (lesson 10)

†† talk about different family members and what they are like (lesson 10) †† ask people about what they are going to do (lesson 11)

†† talk about chores, vacations, hobbies and things I’m going to do (lesson 11) †† talk about what I’m doing now and future plans (lesson 12) †† share what I did on vacation and ask others about what they did (lesson 13) †† talk about my favorite food and meals (lesson 14)

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†† talk about how often I check the mail and write letters (lesson 15)

Answer the questions.

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1. _____________________________________________________

2. _____________________________________________________

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Look at your partner. Circle words to describe them. Talk together about the questions. Descriptive words dark light blond

brown gray red

curly straight long

short beard glasses

moustache bald tall

Questions to talk about:

Example: Who has the darkest eyes?

You have darker hair than me.

I have the darkest eyes.

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4. Whose hair is the curliest?

2. Who has lighter eyes?

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1. Who has longer hair?

5. Who has more hair?

3. Who is the tallest?

6. What else?

Fill in the bubble with the correct answer.

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eyes hair face

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1. Do you want an appetizer? 2. What kind of movies does he like? 3. What did they do on vacation? 4. Does he wear glasses?

a. No, he doesn’t.

b. No, he don’t.

a. They got married in 1980.

b. They’ll get married next year.

a. She watched TV or read a book. b. She watches TV or reads a book. a. I’m going to clean out my closet.

Fill in the blanks with going to, have to or has to.

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b. No, I don’t.

a. He likes comedies, but he don’t b. He likes comedies, but he doesn’t like horror movies. like horror movies. a. They didn’t do anything. b. They didn’t do nothing.

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5. When did they get married? 6. What does Gladys do in the evening? 7. What are you going to do later?

a. No, I doesn’t.

b. I’m going to cleans out my closet.


16 He likes comedies and action movies.

2. __________________________________________?

I went shopping yesterday.

3. __________________________________________?

She grew up in China.

4. __________________________________________?

They go to work around 8.

5. __________________________________________?

No, I don’t need to go to the library.

6. __________________________________________?

I’d like to have a sandwich.

Complete the post card. Write the verbs in the past tense. Hi Davita! We are having a great time on our road trip!

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We (1)____________ drove (drive) across Colorado and (2)

place stamp here

________________ (see) Rocky Mountain National Park. Now

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we are in Utah. Last night we (3)____________ (stay) in a

campground. We (3)_____________ (go) to Arches National Park and Canyonlands. It (4)______________________ (is)

beautiful! We (5) ___________________ (do) a lot of sightseeing and I (6) ___________________(buy) souvenirs for you and the kids. We miss you and wish you were here!

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To: Davita Fernandez 123 Main Street Stockton, CA 95201

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Write your top five items in each category. Ask a partner about what they like. KINDS OF MOVIES

KINDS OF MUSIC

KINDS OF FOOD

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2.

2.

3.

3.

3.

4.

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5.

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Review Game. Play with a partner or in a small group. Take turns choosing a category and answering the question. Write your points down for correct answers. Past Tense

Describing People

Items in the House

Favorites

Places

100 My car is (fast) than yours.

100 What is the past tense form of the word listen?

100 What do you look like?

100 We use this to wash the dishes.

100 What is your favorite kind of movie?

100 A place to eat food.

200 My hat is the (big).

200 What is the past tense form of the word stay?

200 What does your teacher look like?

200 We use this to wash clothes.

200 What is your favorite kind of food?

200 A place to mail a letter.

300 Ask your teacher about their favorite food.

300 A place to borrow a book.

400 We bake food in this item.

400 What is your favorite kind of car?

400 A place to worship.

500 We use this to heat food quickly.

500 Tell me your top three favorite kinds of music.

500 A special park in the US.

300 We use this to clean the carpet.

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300 Your car is (expensive) than mine.

My points: _________ Notes:

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300 300 Ask your What is the teacher about past tense form what someone of the word in their family buy? looks like. 400 400 Ask your 400 Ask your teacher what What is the teacher what the (easy) way past tense form they looked to get to class of the word go? like when they is. were a child. 500 500 500 Tell me Compare two What is the about a time things using a past tense form you looked comparative or of the word he different. What superlative. is and they are? changed?

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PROGRESS CHECK Total: 50 x 2 = 100

a. his neighbor.

b. his son.

2. He volunteers at his

a. school.

b. church.

3. He helps

a. vacuum the floors.

b. do the laundry.

4. He cleans

a. the bathrooms.

b. the kitchen.

5. He does

a. painting.

b. yard work.

Fill in the blanks using do, does, don’t, doesn’t, did, or didn’t. (1 point each) 1. Q: What kind of music _______ do you like? A: I like hip hop and rock music.

2. Q: What did you do last weekend? A: We __________ do anything last weekend.

4. Q: Where __________ you grow up? A: I grew up in Colombia.

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My score________/ 100

6. Q: When ________ she go to work? A: She goes to work at 9.

Complete the sentences in the past tense. Use the words in parentheses. (2 points each) 1. We _________ went (go) to a theme park.

2. He _________ (are) happy on vacation.

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3. I __________ (stay) at a hotel.

4. She _________(buy) souvenirs.

5. They ___________ (visit) a national park.

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Write the correct name to complete the sentence. (1 point each)

Annie

Steve

Linda

Marco

3. _________ has brown eyes and a moustache. 5. _________ has blue eyes and brown hair.

2. _________ has curly hair and wears glasses. 4. _________ has curly hair and brown eyes. 6. _________ has a beard and wears glasses.

Look at the people in activity E again. Circle True or False. (2 points each) TRUE

FALSE

2. Linda’s eyes are lighter than Marco’s eyes.

TRUE

FALSE

3. Steve is older than Carla.

TRUE

FALSE

4. Juan’s eyes are darker than Linda’s.

TRUE

FALSE

5. Marco has the most hair on his face.

TRUE

FALSE

6. Carla’s hair is shortest.

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FALSE

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Lesson 10:

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what/like/eat?

what/need/do/post office?

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vacuumed

visit

visited volunteered

answer

answered

volunteer

clean

cleaned

phrasal verb

clean out

cleaned out

compare

compared

cook

cooked

dance

danced

babysit

babysat

drop off

dropped off

(be) am/is/are

was/were

eat out

ate out

buy

bought

exercise

exercised

come

came

expect

expected

do

did

fill out

filled out

drive

drove

finish

finished

eat

ate

help

helped

eat out

ate out

learn

learned

get

got

like

liked

get ready

got ready

love

loved

mop

mopped

get together(with)

got together (with)

move

moved

get up

got up

mow

mowed

give

gave

need

needed

go

went

order

ordered

grow up

grew up

pick up

picked up

hang out

hung out

play

played

have

had

practice

practiced

lend

lent

prepare

prepared

make

made

rent

rented

meet

met

pay

paid

read

read

ride

rode

send

sent

sleep

slept

stand

stood

swim

swam

take

took

wear

wore

write

wrote

shop

Phrasal verb = verb + preposition. These usually have a different meaning than the verb alone. I work every day = I go to my job every day. I work out every day = I exercise every day. Simple Present Base form of verb (+s with he/she/it) I walk to school every day. She walks to school on Tuesdays. We use the simple present for actions that are habits or are repeated.

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Base form = verb in the most basic form walk

Present Continuous Correct form of be + base form + ing He ‘s walking to school right now. We use the present continuous to talk about an action taking place right now. I’m walking to work tomorrow because my car broke down. We can also use the present continuous to talk about the future.

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IRREGULAR VERBS

Infinitive = to + verb to walk

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PRESENT

vacuum

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REGULAR VERBS I KNOW

returned

shopped stayed

study

studied

talk

talked

try

tried

use

used

want

wanted

walk

walked

wash

washed

watch

watched

work

worked

work out 

worked out

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Simple Past Base form + -ed I walked yesterday. We use the simple past to talk about completed actions in the past. Future with going to Correct form of be + going to + base form of verb I’m going to walk to work next week. We use “going to” to talk about (planned) actions in the future.

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VOCABULARY WITH STRESS AND COLOR VOWEL SOUNDS Vocabulary

Color Vowel® Chart

Lesson 1: I Like Rock Music

get up

CUP OF MUSTARD

seat belt

GREEN TEA

go to bed

RED PEPPER

short

ORANGE DOOR

go to work

PURPLE SHIRT

taxi

BLACK CAT

in the afternoon

BLUE MOON

traffic

BLACK CAT

in the evening

GREEN TEA

use

BLUE MOON

way

GRAY DAY

wear

GRAY DAY/ RED PEPPER +R

BLACK CAT

classical

BLACK CAT

comedies

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

country

CUP OF MUSTARD

in the morning

ORANGE DOOR

drama

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

make

GRAY DAY

schedule

RED PEPPER

hip hop

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

shower

BROWN COW

Lesson 10: What Do You Look Like?

take

GRAY DAY

bald

horror

ORANGE DOOR/ AUBURN DOG + R

weeknight

GREEN TEA

love stories

CUP OF MUSTARD

work out

BROWN COW

movies

BLUE MOON

music

BLUE MOON

rock

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

salsa

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

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Lesson 5: What Are You Doing?

n.

action

beard

GREEN TEA + R

blond

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

blue

BLUE MOON

BLACK CAT

babysit

GRAY DAY

brown

BROWN COW

drive

WHITE TIE

color

CUP OF MUSTARD

help

RED PEPPER

curly

PURPLE SHIRT

lend

RED PEPPER/SILVER PIN

dark

OLIVE SOCK + R

Lesson 2: We Had a BBQ

make

GRAY DAY

eyes

WHITE TIE

aunt

BLACK CAT/OLIVE SOCK

play

GRAY DAY

face

GRAY DAY

barbeque

OLIVE SOCK +R

take

GRAY DAY

glasses

BLACK CAT

BBQ

GREEN TEA

use

BLUE MOON

gray

GRAY DAY

boring

ORANGE DOOR

classmate

BLACK CAT

watch

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

hair

RED PEPPER / GRAY DAY + R

cousin

CUP OF MUSTARD

Lesson 6: It’s Faster and Less Expensive!

hazel

GRAY DAY

ROSE BOAT

cell phone

RED PEPPER

light

WHITE TIE

WHITE TIE

cleaner

GREEN TEA

dryer

WHITE TIE

long

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

machine

GREEN TEA

moustache

CUP OF MUSTARD

microwave

WHITE TIE

red

RED PEPPER

oven

CUP OF MUSTARD

short

ORANGE DOOR

plan

BLACK CAT

straight

GRAY DAY

SUV

GREEN TEA

type

WHITE TIE

toaster

ROSE BOAT

wear

truck

CUP OF MUSTARD

RED PEPPER/ GRAY DAY + R

vacuum

BLACK CAT

Lesson 11: What Are You Going to Do Tonight?

van

BLACK CAT

bed

RED PEPPER

washing

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

car

OLIVE SOCK + R

clean

GREEN TEA

closet

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

exciting

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coworker

RED PEPPER

fun

CUP OF MUSTARD

neighbor

GRAY DAY

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friend

relaxing

BLACK CAT

uncle

CUP OF MUSTARD

Lesson 3: I Grew Up Here baby

GRAY DAY

born

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answer

ORANGE DOOR SILVER PIN

get a job

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

grow up

CUP OF MUSTARD

married

RED PEPPER + R/ BLACK CAT

move

BLUE MOON

school

BLUE MOON

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Lesson 4: It’s 11:00 P.M.

Lesson 7: He Has the Shortest Commute airplane

GRAY DAY/ RED PEPPER + R

car seat

OLIVE SOCK + R

commute

BLUE MOON

convenient

GREEN TEA

dangerous

GRAY DAY

at night

WHITE TIE

breakfast

RED PEPPER

eat dinner

SILVER PIN

long

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

eat lunch

CUP OF MUSTARD

safe

GRAY DAY

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friends

RED PEPPER

get ready

RED PEPPER

get together

RED PEPPER

groceries

ROSE BOAT

make

GRAY DAY

out

BROWN COW

pick up

CUP OF MUSTARD


vacuum

BLACK CAT

pasta

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

wash

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

sandwich

BLACK CAT

work

PURPLE SHIRT

side

WHITE TIE

yard

OLIVE SOCK + R

soup

BLUE MOON

steak

GRAY DAY

vegetables

RED PEPPER

vegetarian

GRAY DAY + R/ RED PEPPER

Lesson 12: What Are You Doing Later?

Pronoun

I you we he she they

Possessive Adjective

my your our his her their

a meeting

GREEN TEA

anything

RED PEPPER

Lesson 15: I Need to Mail a Package

beach

GREEN TEA

address

RED PEPPER

church

PURPLE SHIRT

domestic

RED PEPPER

get coffee

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

envelope

SILVER PIN/ OLIVE SOCK

go to

ROSE BOAT

fill out

BROWN COW

slow

slower

the slowest

cheaper

the cheapest

n.

a concert

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

Words with 1 syllable

comparative superlative

fast

faster

tio

adjective

the fastest

GRAY DAY

in line

WHITE TIE

mountains

BROWN COW

international

BLACK CAT

easy

easier

the easiest

not

AUBURN DOG/ OLIVE SOCK

label

GRAY DAY

hard

harder

the hardest

mail

GRAY DAY

doing

BLUE MOON

safe

safer

the safest

ounces

BROWN COW

river

SILVER PIN

long

longer

the longest

package

BLACK CAT

volunteer

GREEN TEA + R

short

shorter

the shortest

pounds

BROWN COW

return

PURPLE SHIRT

big

bigger

the biggest

small

smaller

the smallest

noisy

noisier

the noisiest

quiet

quieter

the quietest

new

newer

the newest

old

older

the oldest

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lake

cheap

boat

ROSE BOAT

shipping

SILVER PIN

buy

WHITE TIE

signature

SILVER PIN

cruise

BLUE MOON

stamps

BLACK CAT

food

BLUE MOON

stand

BLACK CAT

go on

OLIVE SOCK/ AUBURN DOG

weigh

GRAY DAY

hotel

RED PEPPER

museum

GREEN TEA

new

BLUE MOON

ocean

ROSE BOAT

convenient

more convenient

the most convenient

BLUE MOON

expensive

more expensive

the most expensive

WHITE TIE

dangerous

more dangerous

the most dangerous

good

better

the best

bad

worse

the worst

rides river road

Fo

pool

Words with 2+ syllables adjective comparative

superlative

SILVER PIN

ROSE BOAT WHITE TIE

souvenirs

GREEN TEA +R

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sightseeing theme park

GREEN TEA

tour

BLUE MOON

trip

SILVER PIN

try

WHITE TIE

zoo

BLUE MOON

Irregular forms

Lesson 14: I’d Like Dessert appetizer

BLACK CAT

dessert

PURPLE SHIRT

French fries

RED PEPPER

hamburger

BLACK CAT

menu

RED PEPPER/ SILVER PIN

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OLIVE SOCK

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GRAY DAY

PURPLE SHIRT

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GREEN TEA

RED PEPPER

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BLUE MOON

CUP OF MUSTARD

WOODEN HOOK

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TURQUOISE TOY

ROSE COAT

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AUBURN DOG

ORANGE DOOR

BROWN COW

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Lesson 4 When does he go to work? What time do they go to bed?

They were born in Chicago. I grew up in Arizona. She moved five years ago.

He goes to work at 7:00 a.m. They go to bed around 10:00 p.m.

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Lesson 3 Where were they born? Where did you grow up? When did she move?

Our coworkers were there. Yes, he was there.

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Lesson 2 Who was there? Was his uncle there?

I like love stories. Her favorite kind of music is hip hop.

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Lesson 6 Which SUV is faster? Which dryer is bigger? Which is more expensive?

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Lesson 7 What is the easiest way to get to work? What is the safest way to get to work? What is the most expensive way to get to work? Lesson 10 What does she look like? What are they like?

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We’re studying. He’s watching a movie. Yes, I can. No, he can’t.

The silver SUV is faster than the blue SUV. The new dryer is bigger than the old dryer. Our rent is more expensive than our phone bill. A bike is the easiest. Walking is the safest. A taxi is the most expensive.

She has dark eyes and brown hair. They are friendly.


Lesson 13 What did you do on vacation? What did he do on vacation?

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I went to Mexico. He spent time with his family.

I’d like pasta Yes, I would.

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Lesson 14 What would you like to eat for dinner tomorrow? Would you like to eat a hamburger?

She’s eating dinner. Yes, we are.

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Lesson 12 What is she doing now? Are we volunteering tomorrow? Is he going to class tonight?

I’m going to do my laundry and get together with friends. He has to do yard work. They are not doing anything.

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Lesson 11 What are you going to do this weekend? What does he have to do today? What do they have to do tomorrow?

She needs to mail a letter. I need to run errands.

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Lesson 15 What does she need to do at the post office? What do you need to do tomorrow?

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I CAN LEARN ENGLISH I WILL PRACTICE NO EXCUSES

WHITE TIE North American English Fifth Edition

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TEACHING ENGLISH

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CONFIDENCE and CONNECTIONS Student Book

C O NF IDE N C E A ND C O NNE C T I O N S

Confidence and Connections was developed by Intercambio Uniting Communities to offer practical English language acquisition for adults. The series was designed for both 1-on-1 and group learning environments. The hallmark of this curriculum is its unique focus on building confidence and personal connections between students and teacher.

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Each lesson culminates with a Connect with Conversation activity, providing students a safe place to practice speaking English while getting to know their fellow students and teacher. In addition, every lesson includes a pronunciation exercise to help students learn and practice the many sounds and rhythm of the language.

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There are 2 books per level, L (left) and R (right), enabling shorter completion cycles per level. Completing a book builds student confidence and allows a shorter waiting period for a returning student. Together these two books, L and R, complete a level and you can begin with either one. Build your community by teaching and learning English The Intercambio Way™.

Adult ESL The Intercambio Way Intercambio is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization founded in 2001. In addition to our successful and continually advancing program in Boulder Colorado, we support and share best practices with organizations across the country that use our curriculum, training and resources. We are committed to learning from everyone. Please share ideas or feedback with us at www.intercambio.org/comments $12.00 ISBN 978-1-947639-18-8

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Confidence and Connections Student Book Level 2 LEFT  

Intercambio developed this series with input from our adult ESL students, teachers and program partners across the country. You’ll find that...

Confidence and Connections Student Book Level 2 LEFT  

Intercambio developed this series with input from our adult ESL students, teachers and program partners across the country. You’ll find that...

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