1 The brand new English course by Italy s most popular author team INTO Student s Book & Workbook 1 Herbert Puchta & Jeff Stranks Reliable methodology Engaging content Extensive grammar Special exams practice 5-Component Pack NOW WITH ACTIVE DIGITAL BOOK Student s Book / Workbook Workbook Audio CD Active Digital Book Grammar & Vocab Maximiser Maximiser Audio CD Active Digital Book includes The amazing new interactive video role play
3 INTOStudent s Book 1 Herbert Puchta & Jeff Stranks
4 Key S Speaking L Listening R Reading C Into Culture P Photostory W Writing Unit Grammar Vocabulary Functions Skills Back into English p6 The verb be this/that/these/those Possessive adjectives has/have got there is/there are Prepositions of place/time Imperatives can/can t for ability can for permission wh- words a/an or any Family Colours Rooms and furniture Countries and nationalities Activity verbs Places Days of the week Months/Seasons Clothes Money and prices Meeting people Asking for things, accepting and refusing Asking for and giving prices Telling the time S Greetings and introductions Talking about nationality Describing where you live L Talking about families Talking about ability R An about family 01 Out of the ordinary p18 Present simple: positive, negative, questions and short answers verb + -ing have breakfast/lunch/ dinner Free time activities Daily routines School subjects Talking about routines and regular activities Talking about likes and dislikes Pronunciation /n/ (man) and /ŋ/ (song) S Hobbies and free time activities School L An interview about a hobby R Free time C School clubs W about your hobbies and interests 02 Being useful p24 Present continuous for activities happening now Present simple vs. present continuous Adverbs of frequency Object pronouns Housework Everyday English Talking about activities happening now Saying what people are doing Talking about housework Pronunciation / / (world) S Volunteer work; Housework What you are doing; Role play L Radio interview R Helping at a hospital P Let s give him a hand W about organising a party 03 Exceptional people p34 04 Making friends p40 05 Getting to the top p50 06 Eat for life p56 Into exams p30 Learner tips! p31 Into progress pp32 33 Workbook pp11 26 Past simple: be was/were born Past simple: positive and negative (regular verbs) Past simple: positive and negative (regular and irregular verbs) Questions and short answers (regular and irregular verbs) Phrasal verbs (1) Memory words Past time expressions Sports Everyday English Talking about the past (1) Talking about dates of birth Pronunciation was and were Talking about the past (2) Talking about sports Pronunciation Word stress S Talking about dates of birth Talking about your hero L Dorothy Stang R Making a difference C Remembering Heroes W A text about your hero S Talking about friends, sports and the past; Role play; Guessing famous people L Song: You ve got a friend in me R Friends make history P Not a nice thing to say W A diary entry An about an enjoyable weekend Into exams p46 Learner tips! p47 Into progress pp48 49 Workbook pp27 42 have to/don t have to Possessive s Possessive pronouns whose...? Countable and uncountable nouns How much?/how many? a/an, some and any much and many/a lot (of)/ lots (of) Jobs Food and drink Everyday English Talking about obligation Talking about possession Pronunciation have to Talking about food and drink Expressing quantity S Talking about jobs L Teenagers career plans R The X factor; Following a dream C Teenagers: earning money W Describing a job S Agreeing on food for a party; Food and lifestyle; Roleplay L Dialogue in school canteen R A long and healthy life P A double ice cream W Paragraph about food and lifestyle 07 Learning languages p66 Into exams p62 Learner tips! p63 Into progress pp64 65 Workbook pp43 58 Comparative and superlative adjectives Language learning Making comparisons Pronunciation than S Talking about learning English L Interview with David Crystal R A language learning legend; Amazing facts or just lies? C Teen talk W /letter about an English course 2
5 More online resources including CLIL, projects and word banks Unit Grammar Vocabulary Functions Skills 08 Planet holiday! p72 Present continuous for future arrangements Future time expressions Holiday activities Everyday English Talking about arrangements Pronunciation /θ/ (think) and /ð/ (that) S Holiday dreams; Talking about holiday activities; Role play; Discussing holiday plans L Mark s plans for the week R Just amazing! Welcome to Cape Town P Having fun? W about a trip 09 It ll never happen p82 10 Run fast, study hard p88 11 Promises, promises p98 12 What a hero! p Travellers tales p Crazy records p120 Into exams p78 Learner tips! p79 Into progress pp80 81 Workbook pp59 74 will/won t: future predictions The future with as soon as, if, until, when + present; will too + adjective Adverbs Expressions to talk about the future The weather Everyday English Making predictions Talking about future possibility/certainty Pronunciation ll Talking about the weather Telling somone s lifestory Pronunciation /əυ/ (go) S Predicting your lifestyle in the future; Star signs and astrology L Future predictions; Song: When I m sixty-four R Wrong predictions C Fortune telling W Postcard; Text predicting the future; Horoscopes S D i s c u s s i n g fi lms; Discussing climate change; Telling someone s life story; Role play L A weather forecast; Dialogue about the life of Hermann Maier R Jungle survival P Keep on running W Climate change; giving advice to a friend Into exams p94 Learner tips! p95 Into progress pp96 97 Workbook pp75 90 be going to (intentions and predictions) must/mustn t mustn t vs. don t have to be going to vs. present continuous First conditional when and if -ing/-ed adjectives Phrasal verbs (2) Adjectives of feeling Everyday English Talking about future intentions Making sure predictions Talking about obligation Pronunciation must and mustn t Talking about conditions Describing feelings Pronunciation Stress in conditional sentences S Talking about changes to your town or city; Talking about a song L Dialogue about New Year s resolutions; a New Year s Eve party; Song: Wonderful World, Beautiful People R New York at New Year C Reggae Music W about New Year s Eve S Talking about future possible events; Talking about feelings; Role play L Dialogues about bravery R Subway superhero P Chicken! W A film review Into exams p110 Learner tips! p111 Into progress pp Workbook pp should/shouldn t What s it like? Present perfect + ever/never been to/gone to Present perfect vs. Past simple Adjectives for expressing opinions Personality adjectives Verb and noun pairs Expressions about sleep Everyday English Giving advice Describing personality Expressing opinions Pronunciation Silent consonants Talking about life experiences Pronunciation have and has in the present perfect S Giving advice to a friend; Like: describing people, places, situations; Giving an opinion on the song L Different customs around the world; Song: On the road again C Into Culture: Heroic Ulises on a journey of hope W giving advice on Britain S Life experiences; Role play L Dialogue about strange world records R You ve never seen anything like this!; He holds the record for records! P What s the next thing? W about a visit to Los Angeles Into exams p126 Learner tips! p127 Into progress pp Workbook pp Into pronunciation pp CLIL pp Speaking bank pp Speaking exercises: student B: pp
6 Student s book Back into English 12 pages of revision (grammar, vocabulary and functions) designed to make sure you all start on the same page! There are 14 Units. Each unit pair follows the same structure. Presentation page Objectives summarising what you are going to do in the unit. Presentation of language in an interesting reading text. Short, clear, inductive grammar rules. Lots of exercises to help you practise. There are more in the Workbook too. Every two units you can test your Learner tips! Monolingual glossary to help you with difficult vocabulary. Throughout the book Learner tips! from our Cambridge Learner Corpus help you avoid common mistakes. Vocabulary and Skills Vocabulary practice. Into grammar Into culture Skills work to practise the new vocabulary. A whole page of grammar practice to consolidate the grammar introduced in the unit and introduce new, shorter items of grammar essential to this stage of the book. Fascinating culture page every second unit with more opportunities for skills practice. Photostory, DVD work and videoke Everyday English to learn how we really speak! Role plays. Photostory: a short story which addresses the themes of the units. DVD Videostory with videoke: an exercise based on an episode of Team Spirit. 4
7 Into exams Into progress Cambridge ESOL and Trinity exam preparation and practice. Test your progress at the end of every two units. Speaking bank CLIL Prepare and practise for speaking tasks 1 and 2 of Cambridge ESOL PET exam. Study another subject through English and improve your fluency! Find more online. Workbook Vocabulary Vocabulary lists for each unit with high frequency chunks. Grammar Summary in Italian of the grammar in the unit with example sentences. Lots of vocabulary practice. Skills Skills activities extending the culture or Everyday English in the Student s book. Two pages of grammar practice! Pronunciation practice. Into exams Extra exam practice. Key to icons in Student s Book and Workbook 01:01 indicates CD and track number Each unit finishes with an Into progress page. E MP3 ESOL or Trinity exam practice tracks downloadable online: Exam tips. * / ** indicates level of exercise in Workbook basic or plus 5
8 Back into English 1 Greetings and introductions a 01:02 Completa il dialogo con le parole nel riquadro. Poi ascolta e verifica. meet are well this I m My Louise: Hi there! 0 My name s Louise. Phil: Oh hi, Louise. 1 Phil. Louise: Nice to meet you, Phil. Oh, just a moment. Edward! Hi! How 2 you? Edward: I m very 3, thanks. How about you? Louise: I m fine. Phil, 4 is my friend Edward. Edward, this is Phil. Phil: Nice to 5 you, Edward. Edward: Hi, Phil. b Esercitati con altri due compagni in brevi dialoghi come quello dell Esercizio 1a. 2 The verb be a Completa le frasi con la forma corretta del verbo be (affermativa o negativa). Usa m, m not, s, isn t, re o aren t. 0 They are from China. 1 I from the USA. 2 I American. I Brazilian! 3 She British. 4 He British. He from Turkey! 5 We from China. We Japanese. 0 1 b 01:03 Completa il dialogo con la forma corretta del verbo be. Poi ascolta e verifica. Edward: Hello. My name 0 s Edward, and this 1 Alicia. She 2 from Spain. Ulrike: Nice to meet you. I 3 Ulrike and these 4 my friends, Clemens and Martin. We 5 all German. 6 you from Madrid, Alicia? Alicia: No, I 7 from Galicia. It 8 in the northwest of Spain, near Portugal. Where 9 you from in Germany? 2 3 Ulrike: Clemens and I 10 from Freiburg, and Martin 11 from Berlin. 12 you on holiday here in London? Alicia: Yes, I 13 a tourist. What about you? 14 you all tourists? Ulrike: No. I work here, and Clemens and Martin 15 university students. 4 c Lavora con un compagno. Alternatevi nel farvi domande sulle persone dell Esercizio 2b. Is Alicia from Galicia? ia? 5 Yes, she is. Is Ulrike from Galicia? a? No, she isn t. She s from Germany. 6
9 3 this / that, these / those a Completa le frasi con this, that, these o those. (x = vicino a chi parla h = lontano da chi parla) 0 Open h that window, please. 0 x These are my friends, Martin and Clemens. 1 Pass me h pens, please. 2 I really like x jeans. 3 x is my friend, Alicia. 4 Who is h person over there? 5 x photo of you is really good. 6 I d like to copy x CD. b Riscrivi le frasi. 0 This T-shirt is very nice. These T-shirts are very nice. 0 That boy isn t German. Those boys aren t German. 1 These apples aren t fresh. 4 Family a Completa la tabella. Usa le parole nel riquadro. father nephew aunt grandfather sister son granddaughter wife mother father grandson daughter brother niece husband grandmother cousin cousin uncle b Completa le tabelle. Usa le parole dell Esercizio 4a. mother parents children c Completa l albero genealogico di Mark. Usa le parole dell Esercizio 4a. David grandparents grandchildren Beth 2 That picture is lovely. 3 This car is dangerous. 4 Those houses aren t new. Robert Fiona Ray Pamela 5 These exercises are easy. 6 That bus is from London. Jack Jill sister Mark Me! Albie Jackie Extra Practice Workbook 7
10 5 Possessive adjectives Leggi l che Helen ha ricevuto da Jean, sua e-pal. Completa il testo con my, your, his, her, our o their. E File Edit View Go Tools Window Help Hi there, Helen! Thanks for 0 your and for the photos of 1 family. I think 2 brother is very cool. I love 3 smile and 4 eyes. Here are some photos of 5 family. 6 dad is Spanish, and 7 mum is French. We live in Provence, in the south of France, but all 8 French relatives are from the north. I ve got a brother and a sister, and 9 names are Claude and Marianne. Claude is 21 and Marianne is 18. You can see Claude in the photo with 10 family dog, Bruno, and Marianne is in the photo with 11 boyfriend, Pierre. They are at the same university and 12 birthdays are on the same day! Let s talk about 13 friends in 14 next . What do you like doing with 15 friends? Bye for now. Jean. Done 6 has / have got a 01:04 Ascolta il dialogo tra Alicia e Ulrike e rispondi alle domande. Age Colour of hair Colour of eyes 1 How many brothers and sisters has Alicia got? 2 How many brothers and sisters has Ulrike got? Blanca Catalina b 01:05 Riascolta il dialogo e completa la tabella. Paul c Segui le linee e scrivi delle frasi con has / have got. 0 My brother My brother hasn t got a computer. 1 My parents 2 My aunt and uncle 3 My friend s brother 4 Sid s father 5 My grandfather 8
11 7 Colours a Scrivi i colori Rooms and furniture a Scrivi i nomi delle stanze (A F). Usa le parole nel riquadro. dining room living room kitchen bathroom hall bedroom b Scrivi i nomi dei mobili. Usa le parole nel riquadro. armchair bath bed chair cooker cupboard door fridge shower sink sofa table toilet window 3 A B C D b Lavora con alcuni compagni. Individuate nell aula un oggetto per ciascun colore. The fl oor is brown. The desks are black. The wall is white. E F
12 9 There is / There are a Completa le frasi. Usa There s a / an o There are. 1 black table in the dining room. 2 two doors in our kitchen. 3 four white chairs in our kitchen. 4 three posters on the wall in my bedroom. 5 red sofa in my sister s room. 6 armchair in the living room. b Metti alla prova la tua memoria! Osserva la figura per 30 secondi poi coprila. Infine componi delle frasi con There s o There are. There are two windows with shutters. 10 Prepositions of place a Osserva ancora la figura. Usa le preposizioni nel riquadro per dire dove sono gli oggetti. in on under next to behind between There s a rug on the fl oor. b Disegna la pianta della tua casa / del tuo appartamento, poi spiegala al tuo compagno. There s a garden with lots of trees. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms. In the living room there is a large plasma screen on the wall, and there are two red sofas. 10
13 Countries and nationalities a 01:06 Scrivi le lettere delle nazioni, poi ascolta e verifica. a Scotland b The Republic of Ireland c Wales d England e Australia f The USA g India h Japan i j k l Mexico Brazil Poland China m Sweden n Russia o France p South Africa b 01:07 Lavora con altri tre compagni. Ascolta e completa. Name of student City 1 Rome Italy 2 Peter Berlin Country 3 Jacqueline France 4 Robert Edinburgh 5 Liliana Buenos Aires Argentina 6 Jacques Belgium 7 Sãu Paolo Brazil 8 Bill Toronto Canada 9 Renata Moscow 10 Tokyo Japan 11 Irena Poland 12 Carlos Spain 13 Hans Bern 14 Istanbul Turkey 15 Jake New York 16 Lin Beijing China 17 Roland Amsterdam 18 José Portugal Nationality 11
14 12 Activity verbs Scrivi i verbi sotto le figure corrispondenti. open close run swim listen read jump laugh cry write shout smile 13 Imperatives Usa l imperativo di cinque verbi usati nell Esercizio 12 per scrivere delle frasi. 0 Don t laugh! Out!
15 14 can / can t for ability a 01:08 Ascolta Alicia e Edward mentre parlano di ciò che sanno o non sanno fare. Completa le prime due colonne della tabella. = Yes = Yes, but not very well = No Alicia Edward You Your partner 1 play musical instrument 2 swim 3 run fast 4 paint and draw 5 take good photos b In base alle informazioni della tabella, scrivi delle frasi. Alicia can play three musical instruments. Edward can play the drums, but not very well. c Segna nella colonna You quello che sai o non sai fare. d Fai domande a un compagno e completa l ultima colonna della tabella. Can you play a musical instrument? t? Yes, I can. I can play the piano. Can you? 15 can for permission Riordina le frasi per fare delle domande e abbinale alle figure. 0 Can I have an ice cream please? (I / have) 4 two cups of tea, please? (we / have) 1 TV? (I / watch) 5 the computer (I / use) 2 the door, please? (I / close) 6 your umbrella? (I / borrow) 3 on these shoes? (I / try) 7 you? (I / kiss) A 0 B C D E F G H 13
16 16 Wh- words a Come si dicono queste parole in italiano? 1 What? 2 Where? 3 When? 4 Who? 5 Why? b Che cosa dicono queste persone? Scrivi dei mini dialoghi. Usa Would you like...? e Can I have...? Would? b Completa le frasi. Usa le parole dell Esercizio 16a. 0 A: Where are you? B: I m in my bedroom. 1 A: s your name? B: Alicia. 2 A: are you from? B: Galicia. 3 A: s your birthday? B: On 21st March. 4 A: s your English teacher? B: Mrs Speakalot. 5 A: are you in England? B: Because I want to learn good English. 6 A: do you want to learn English? B: Because it s very important to get a job. 7 A: do you do? B: I m an engineering student. 0 A: Would you like a biscuit? B: No, thanks. Can? 1 A:? B: 17 Would you like? I d like? Can I have? a Completa i dialoghi. Usa le parole nel riquadro. Can? Would you like Can I have I d like Yes, please No, thank you 0 A: Would you like something to drink? B: Yes, please. Some water. 1 A: the new Duffy CD? B: Yes of course. We ve got it here. Just a moment. 2 A: a sandwich? B:, I m not hungry. 3 A: two orange juices, please? B: Certainly. That s two pounds, please. 4 A: a new scooter? B: one, but I haven t got any money. 5 A: to have a tattoo? B: Yes, but only a small one. 6 A: a bus ticket, please? B: That s one euro, please. 2 A:? B: Can? 3 A:? B: 14
17 18 Places a Scrivi i luoghi sotto le figure. Usa le parole nel riquadro. disco clothes shop bookshop shoe shop railway station café cinema post offi ce A disco D B E C b Dove puoi trovare, fare o comprare queste cose? Inserisci le lettere corrispondenti (A H) nei quadretti. 1 buy a cup of coffee 2 dance 3 watch a film 4 buy a pair of boots 5 buy a book 6 catch a train 7 buy a dress 8 send a letter 19 There is / are negative and questions + a / an or any a Completa le domande e le risposte brevi. 1 any discos here? No, there. 2 a park in your town? Yes, there. 3 a post office in this street? Yes,. 4 any nice clothes here? No,. b Completa le frasi con a o any. 0 There aren t any good shops here. 1 Is there café near here? 2 There s good book shop there. 3 Are there discos in this town? 4 There s good CD shop over there. 5 There aren t trains today. c Descrivi la città in cui vivi. Usa i luoghi nell Esercizio 18 e le domande e le frasi degli Esercizi 19a e b. E F G H 20 Days of the week a Trova i giorni della settimana. W S G E E H Y E Y M E T A E A A O A B O D Y S T D N D O M N N I T N U S N O D D E N U U R R T A E A S S E U E M D W S Y D A H T A S R A E T A T O F R I D A Y A Y H A S M E I A T I H Y S T T P F O Y P b Completa le frasi con i giorni della settimana. 1 The first day of the school week is. 2 The second day of the school week is. 3 The third day of the school week is. 4 The fourth day of the school week is. 5 The fifth day of the school week is. 6 and are the days of the weekend. 7 Many Christians go to church on. 8 My favourite day of the week is. 15
18 21 Months Completa gli spazi per formare i nomi dei mesi. 1 J a _ 2 _ e _ r 3 _ 4 l 5 _ 6 J _ 7 8 A u 9 S _ b 10 t 11 N _ m _ Seasons Completa la tabella con i nomi dei mesi. winter (part of) December (part of) spring (part of) May (part of) summer (part of) (part of) September autumn (part of) October (part of) 23 Times a 01:09 Completa le frasi. Poi ascolta e verifica. b Lavora con un compagno. Alternatevi nel farvi domande sugli orari. What time is it? It s twenty to fi ve at on 0 I always go to school on Saturday. 1 My birthday is 22nd November. 2 See you 9 o clock at the cinema. 3 My sister goes dancing Saturday evenings. 4 I m often in London Christmas. 5 It s very hot in Italy summer. 6 Daniel was born What do you usually do the weekend? 8 Do you go to school the afternoon? 9 John s birthday is January. 10 The dentist is free Monday morning. b Lavora con un compagno. Alternatevi nel farvi le domande. 1 What s your favourite day? 2 What s your favourite month? 3 What s your favourite season? 4 When s your birthday? Prepositions of time 5 When s your mother s birthday? 6 What time is breakfast in Italy? It s a Osserva la tabella. Poi completa le frasi con at, on o in. in 8 o clock Sunday March night 7th April summer the weekend Friday morning the morning Christmas the afternoon the evening
19 25 Clothes a Rimetti in ordine le lettere per formare i nomi dei diversi capi di abbigliamento, poi abbinali alla figura corrispondente. 0 sithrt T-shirt J 4 scosk 8 scraf 1 sreds 5 hoses 9 inatrers 2 skrit 6 muprej 10 usrtosre 3 hirst 7 najse 11 tekcaj B J E F H A D K G C I L b Descrivi i capi di abbigliamento. The T-shirt s blue. The trainers are grey. c Lavora con la classe. Alternatevi nel farvi domande sui vostri capi preferiti. What colour our is your favourite shirt? rule Scriviamo: Diciamo: twelve pounds m7.25 seven euros twenty-fi ve 5.99 fi ve pounds ninety-nine $ a hundred and twenty-fi ve dollars Blue. What colour our are They re. your favourite shoes? 26 Money and prices a Abbina le parole ai simboli. 1 a dollar 2 m b euro 3 $ c pound b 01:10 Esercitati a dire i prezzi $ m m $ c Lavora con un compagno. Esercitatevi a chiedere e a dire dei prezzi per i capi d abbigliamento dell Esercizio 25. How much is the T-shirt? It s twenty-four dollars. lars How much are the trainers? 17
20 1 Read and listen n objectives UNIT 01 Out of the ordinary E Look k at the picture picture. What is the girl s hob hobby? Read the text quickly to check your ideas. MP3 Claire Williams is 15. She s from Wales. Her friends play volleyball and go to the cinema. They like swimming and dancing. But Claire doesn t. She has an unusual hobby: beekeeping. She s got four beehives. She isn tt su she s nkss she g about isn sure, but sh she he e thinks s s got a ab bout 40,000 40, 0,0 0 bees. Grammar present simple: positive, negative, questions and short answers verb + -ing have breakfast / lunch / dinner Vocabulary free time activities daily routines school subjects Functions talking about routines and regular activities talking about likes and dislikes In the spring, this is a typical Sunday for Claire: : : Claire gets up. She has breakfast with her parents. Claire puts on her special clothes and goes out into the garden. She feeds the bees with sugar and water. She sometimes takes photos of the bees, too : Claire s friends, Hannah and Kate, come round. They 11 don t go near the hives. We enjoy watching Claire with the bees, they say. But we re a bit scared of them! Claire talks to her friends for a while. Then Hannah and Kate say goodbye, and Claire goes back to the bees. 1.15: It s lunchtime. Claire likes telling her family about 1.1 bees. They ﬂy 80,000 kilometres to make one kilo of honey! she says. And they visit about three million ﬂowers! 3.00: In the afternoon, Claire stays in her room. She loves 3.0 reading about bees on the Internet or in books. In the summer, Claire s bees produce about 40 kilos of honey. Claire takes the honey to a little shop an sells it. She doesn t spend the money and be because she wants to buy more beehives! 2 Comprehension p 01:11 Now read the text again and listen. Answer the questions Where is Claire from? How is Claire different from her friends? Do Hannah and Kate go near the hives? Why? / Why not? Does Claire have lunch with her family? What do Claire and her family talk about at lunchtime? What does Claire like doing on Sunday afternoon? Why does she save the money from the honey she sells? goes out into = to leave a place in order to go somewhere else come round = to visit someone at his / her house scared of = frightened or worried about something for a while = for a period of time Learner tips! three million ﬂowers (Not: three millions ﬂowers) on the Internet (Not: In Internet)
21 3 Grammar present simple: positive and negative a Look at the examples. Then complete the rule. You feed the bees with sugar and water. Claire gets up at rule We use the present simple for things which happen regularly or which are always true. With I,, we and we use the base form of the verb. With he, she and it we add. d Complete the sentences with the present simple (positive or negative) of the verbs in brackets. 0 I don t go (not go) near the hives. 1 She (not eat) a lot of meat at home. 2 My parents (speak) French. 3 I (not know) his phone number. 4 My brother s friends (not come round) at the weekend. 5 Claire (not like) swimming or dancing. spelling spelling Verb + -s most verbs run she runs love he loves take it takes verbs ending in vowel + y Verb + -es verbs ending in verbs ending in consonant + y play pay buy she plays he pays she buys -ch he watches -sh she washes -ss she kisses -x he fi xes -o it goes study he studies try she tries b Complete the sentences. Use the present simple form of the verbs. Sometimes there is more than one possibility. 0 Beekeepers talk good photographs. 1 You fly English. 2 Mrs Jameson go to school in the morning. 3 My father wear to her friends for a while. 4 Claire take special clothes. 5 We teach to France twice a year. Beekeepers wear special clothes. c Look at the examples. Then complete the table. Claire doesn t spend the money. They don t go near the hives. Positive Negative I/you/we/they run I/you/we/they run he/she/it runs he/she/it run e present simple: questions and short answers Look at the examples. Then complete the rule. Do Hannah and Kate go near the hives? Does Claire have lunch with her family? rule We form the question form with the auxiliary followed by the base form of the verb. When the subject is 3rd person singular, the auxiliary is. Questions Do I/you/we/they work? Does he/she/it work? f Short answers Yes, I/you/we/they do. No, I/you/we/they don t. Yes, he/she/it does. No, he/she/it doesn t. Complete the questions and short answers. 0 A: Does Jeremy like swimming? B: Yes, he does ( ). 1 A: you wear a uniform to school? B: ( ). 2 A: Hannah and Kate go near Claire s bees? B: ( ). They re a bit scared. 3 A: she know exactly how many bees she s got? B: ( ), but she thinks she s got about 40, A: they come round to your house on Sundays? B: My friends? ( ). Pronunciation p130 CD1 T12 Extra Practice Workbook 19
22 4 Vocabulary free time activities 01:13 Match the activities with the pictures. Write 1 10 in the boxes. Then listen, check and repeat. 1 going to the cinema 2 reading 3 sending texts 4 shooting videos 5 playing computer games 6 dancing 7 listening to an Mp3 player 8 talking to friends 9 taking photos 10 playing sports 5 Listen a b 01:14 Listen to the interview. Which picture shows Mark s hobby? 01:15 Listen again. Write T (true) or F (false). E 1 Mark gives shows once a month. 2 Mark really likes showing his tricks. 3 He learns new tricks on the Internet. 4 Mark practises every day. 5 Mark tells his friends how tricks work. 6 Mark s brother wants to be a magician. A B 6 Grammar verb + -ing Look at the examples. Then complete the rule. She loves / enjoys / likes / hates reading about bees. rule We often use the form after verbs of liking and not liking, for example, like, not like, love, and hate. Verbs + -ing C D spelling most verbs work working start starting verbs ending in -e take taking smile smilinging consonant preceded swim swimming by a vowel stop stopping E F verbs ending in -ie lie lying die dying all verbs ending in -y play playing carry carrying G I H J 7 Speak a Work with a partner. Talk about the hobbies and free time activities in Exercise 4. E Do you like taking photos? Yes, I do, and I m very good od at it. / I love / I (don t) like / I hate b Make notes and tell other people in your class about your partner. Extra Practice Workbook 20
23 Into grammar 1 Present simple Positive Negative Questions I/you/we/they eat he/she/it I/you/we/they don t (do not) eat eats he/she/it doesn t (does not) eat Do I/you/we/they eat? Does he/she/it eat? Short answers Yes, No, Yes, No, I/you/we/they he/she/it do. don t (do not). does. doesn t (does not). a Make the sentences negative. 0 My brother spends lots of money on clothes. My brother doesn t spend lots of money on clothes. 1 I get up early on Sunday. 2 My sister watches a lot of TV. 3 I buy my CDs in that shop. 4 You know the answer. b Change the base verb into the -ing form. 0 play playing 1 have 2 speak 3 ride 4 keep 5 get 6 sit 7 go 8 buy c Work with a partner. Complete the dialogue with the words in the box. live eat buy play walk speak swim 0 A: Do you like swimming? B: Yes, I do. / No, I don t. Do you? 1 A: Does your mother enjoy English? B: Yes, she. 2 A: Do your family like in a flat? B: Yes, they. 3 A: Does your brother love the piano? B: No, he. 4 A: Do your friends enjoy a lot of clothes? B: Yes, they. 5 A: Do you enjoy to school? B: No, I. 6 A: Do you like a lot for breakfast? 2 have B: Yes, I. Look at the examples and read the rule. rule Do you have a shower every day? We use do / does with have in the negative and question form. Complete the sentences with some of the words in the box. have Yes, I do. / No, I don t. What do you usually have for breakfast? I have acupoftea tea, cereal and toast. I don t have coffee. breakfast / lunch / dinner / tea / a drink / a meal a shower / a bath / a wash fun / a good time / a nice evening a rest / a dream / a walk 1 I with my friends. We do lots of exciting things together and I enjoy being with them. 2 Let s. Just ten minutes! I m tired. 3 My sister twice a day. She s always in the bathroom! 4 What time do you? I usually at 7.00 am. 5 It s very hot today. You must be thirsty. Would you like to? 6 Don t you want to before we go to the cinema? We ll be hungry during the film if we don t. 7 at the disco, but don t come home too late! 8 I often with my dog after dinner. 21
24 1 Read and listen go to the same Nadia, Sarah and Caroline ckly and answer school. Read the text qui the following questions. y study during the day. 1 Find five subjects that the at the school. 2 Find three different clubs MP3 C bjects 2 Vocabulary >> school su ts? Which subjec Which things are school ct) or C (Club) are clu bs? Write S (Su bje in the boxes Compre CComprehension E 01:16 Now read the text again and listen. Mark the statements T (true) or F (false). Correct the false statements. 0 Sarah, Caroline and Nadia are all 14 years old. T 1 They don t study languages. 2 All the clubs meet after school. 3 Caroline plays the trumpet in the school orchestra. 4 Sarah is in a sailing club. 5 The girls parents organise the school clubs. 6 Their parents have to pay for the girls to be in a club. 7 There is a photography club at the school. 4 Spea Speak p k E Work W ork wi or with th a partner or in s small ma all group gro roups s. Discuss these questions. 1 Is your school similar to this one, or very different? 2 Are there both boys and girls at your school? 3 Which subjects do you study? 4 Do you study other languages? Which one(s)? 5 Do you have clubs? What are they? 22 School clubs rolin, Sarah and Nadia are rolin ar aroline students at King s School ll stu all Macclesfieeld, in the northwest of England. IIt s an all-girls school the King s School for boys is not far away in the same town. thr girls are all 14 and they re in The three the school day, they study Du year 9. During o the nationa l curriculum: subjects on like English, Maths, History, subjects li phy, P.E. and ICT (Information Geograph and Communication Technology). They also study two or three languages (for example, French or Spanish) and they do Biology, Chemistry and Physics. nce:: B Science Scien And A d they each do two creative subjects: from Music, Technology c theyy can choose Dram. But there s more. and Drama got lots of extrasc The school s The T lar things too especially clubs, ricular curricu curr Nadia If we want to, we can do y Nadia. says of different activities. For k all kinds example, there s a horse-riding club and a exam gymnastics club. Lots of the clubs meet at gym lunchtime, but some of them are lunc after-school clubs. after e says: We can choose from lots Carolin C things. There s a theatre group, and a of th school orchestra. I m in the orchestra scho pla the saxophone. I play My M favourite club is the pottery club, says Sarah. I love doing artistic things. But I m in the sailing club, too. It s a club together with the boys school. We learn toge about sailing during the week, and then abo some weekends we sail on a lake near here. som of the clubs are organised by the Some S teachers at the school. Some get help from teac parents of children at the school. All of par them are free. the I think the clubs are a really good idea, says Nadia. We have a lot of fun and we learn different things. Sarah agrees. We can follow our own interests and hobbies in the clubs. I m hoping that we can start a photog raphy club soon!
25 2 Speak E a Work with a partner. Think of five questions that you would like to ask Sarah from King s School. b Student A: you are the interviewer. Student B: you are Sarah. Take it in turns to ask and answer the questions from Exercise 2a. (You can invent the answers!) Into exams 1 Write E a Imagine that Sally is your new e-pal and this is her first message to you. Read her message. What are her hobbies and interests? File Edit View Go Tools Actions c360 Toos CRM Done Hi! I m Sally Griffi ths. I m British, Welsh to be precise, and I live in Cardiff. I m fi fteen. My favourite hobby is playing the drums (I play in the school big band), and I enjoy listening to music too. I also love taking photographs, but I don t think I m very good at it! I like watching sport on TV, especially tennis, and I really like Rafael Nadal! My best friend is Vicky. We listen to music a lot, and we eoftengotothe to the cinema together too. Her favourite actor is Ben Stiller. I think he s funny, but my favourite actor is Johnny Depp because he s very good-looking. Write soon and tell me about your life. Best wishes, Sally b Write an in reply to Sally. Include this information: your name, nationality and age the school subjects you like and dislike your school your friends and what you like doing together c Work with a partner. Make the questions. 0 where / you / go / school? Where do you go to school? 1 your mother / work? 2 what / she / do / free time? 3 what sports / you / like / do? 4 what / you / enjoy / do / your friends? 5 you and your friends / buy / a lot of / clothes? 6 what music / you / listen to? 7 what subjects / you / good at? 8 what time / you / have / breakfast? 9 you / have / shower / before school? d Now interview each other. Where do you go to school? I go to school ol in Genova. Learner tips! information technology (Not: informatic technology) We can choose from lots of things. (Not: We can choose among lots of things.) 23
26 UNIT 02 Being useful 1 Read and listen E Give any examples you can of people who do volunteer work (work you do without being paid). Then read the text. objectives Grammar present continuous for activities happening now present simple vs. present continuous adverbs of frequency object pronouns Vocabulary housework Functions talking about activities / things happening now saying what people are doing talking about housework ANGOLA ZAMBIA Katima Mulilo MP3 NAMIBIA Windhoek BOTSWANA very year, many young people in Britain finish school and then take a year off before they start work or go to university. Some of them go to other countries and work as volunteers. Volunteers give their time to help people, for example they work in schools or hospitals, or they help with conservation. Mike Coleman is 19 and lives in his home town of Canterbury in England. He wants to become a teacher, but now he s living in Namibia. He s working in a hospital near Katima Mulilo. He says: I m working with the doctors and nurses here to help sick people. I m not a doctor, but I can do a lot of things to help, for example I help to carry people who can t walk. Sometimes I go to villages in the mobile hospital too. There aren t many doctors here so they need help from people like me. I don t get any money but that s OK I m not here for the money. I m staying here for two months, and I m living in a small house with five other volunteers. The work is hard and the days are long, but I m enjoying my life here. I m learning a lot about life in southern Africa and about myself! When I finish the two months work, I want to travel in and around Namibia for three weeks, for example I want to see the animals in the Okavango Delta in Botswana. SOUTH AFRICA take a year off = a year between leaving school and starting university which is usually spent travelling or working. Also called a gap year conservation = the protection of nature home town = the town or city that a person is from carry = to hold someone with your hands, arms or on your back Learner tips! before they start work (Not: before that they start work) Volunteers give their time to help people. (Not: for help people) 2 Comprehension E 01:17 Now read the text again and listen. Mark the statements T (true) or F (false). 1 Mike comes from Namibia. 2 He is training to become a doctor. 3 He is unhappy because he has to work very hard. 4 He lives in a house with five other people. 5 He wants to spend some more time in Namibia when he finishes his work. 24
27 3 Grammar present continuous for activities happening now a Read the examples of the present continuous. Then complete the rule and the table. He s working in a hospital near Katima Mulilo. I m living in a small house with fi ve other volunteers. I m learning a lot about life in southern Africa. rule We use the present to talk about things that are happening at or around the time of speaking. We form the present continuous with the present tense of + verb + -ing. Positive Negative Questions Short answers I m (am) working you/we/they re ( ) working he/she/it s (is) working I m not (am not) working I working? you/we/they aren t (are not) working he/she/it working (is not) Yes, I am. No, I m not. you/we/they working? Yes, you/we/they. No, you/we/they. he/she/it working? Yes, he/she/it. No, he/she/it (is not). b Complete the sentences with the present continuous form of the verbs in brackets. 0 Sorry, Eddie isn t here. He s taking (take) the dog for a walk. 1 Steve lives in Canterbury, but he (stay) with his uncle in York at the moment. 2 Hannah! You (not listen) to me! 3 I can t talk now. I (do) my homework. 4 John s at university now, but he (not enjoy) it very much. present simple vs. present continuous c Look at the examples. Then circle c the correct words. Present simple Mike lives in Canterbury, England. Many people work as volunteers. It often snows here. Present continuous These days, he s living in a house in Namibia. Mike is working in a hospital at the moment. Look outside it s snowing! 0 Sandra always wears / is wearing a skirt on special days. 1 She wears / is wearing it today because it s her birthday. 2 Oh no! It rains / s raining again. We can t play tennis. 3 It rains / s raining a lot in the United Kingdom. 4 Dad cooks / s cooking at the moment. 5 My mother cooks / s cooking lunch every Sunday. 6 Many young people take / are taking a year off when they finish school. adverbs of frequency (10%) sometimes (60%) (80%) never hardly ever (40%) often usually always (0%) + (100%) Extra Practice Workbook d Look at the sentences. Then complete the rule with before and after. Mary sometimes (40%) plays football. In Britain, people usually (80%) live in houses, not in fl ats. rule Adverbs of frequency come the verb be and the auxiliary verbs like can, but other verbs. 1 Young people in Britain (60%) take a year off between school and university. 2 I (0%) write letters, but I (40%) write s. 3 I (100%) wear T-shirts in the winter, but I m (10%) cold. 4 My brother is (40%) late for school. 25
28 4 Vocabulary housework a 01:18 Match the words with the pictures. Write 1 10 in the boxes. Then listen, check and repeat. 1 do the cooking 2 hang out the washing 3 do the washing 4 clean the windows 5 wash up / do the washing-up 6 tidy a room / tidy up 7 lay the table 8 take the rubbish out 9 make the bed 10 clear the table b Match A and B and find different types of housework. A 0 hang out a the table 1 do (x2) b the windows 2 lay c your bed 3 clean d the washing 4 take e the rubbish out 5 tidy f the cooking 6 make g the washing-up 5 Listen a 01:19 Listen to a radio interview with Mike Coleman. What is he doing at the time of the interview? Tick ( ) the correct picture. B h a room A B C E D F b 01:20 Now listen again. Mark the statements T (true) or F (false). E 1 Mike has breakfast at about 8 o clock. 2 Mike and his friends make breakfast, lunch and dinner. 3 Mike uses a washing machine to wash his clothes. 4 Mike sometimes cleans floors and windows at the hospital. 5 Mike is working with boring people. G I H J 6 Speak E a Answer the questions. 1 Say three places in the world where you would like to work as a volunteer. Why? 2 Give an example of volunteer work you would / would not like to do. 3 Do many young people in Italy take a year off before they start university? Why (not)? b How much housework do you do? Ask and answer questions then compare with a partner. wash up / do the washing-up = wash dishes do the washing = wash clothes Do you tidy your room? Who usually uall makes breakfast? ast? Do you sometimes es take the rubbish out? 26
29 Into grammar 1 Object pronouns a Read the dialogue. Mum: Franky, these bags are very heavy. Could you help me carry them, please? Franky: I can t, I m busy. But Lucy s in her bedroom. Why don t you ask her? Mum: Because I asked you first. Come on, dear. Just put them on the kitchen table for me. Franky: OK, but when Dad comes home, tell him I need help with my Maths homework. I just don t understand it. Mum: Don t worry. You can tell us both what the problem is. b Complete the table with the words in the box. him it them me you her us Subject I you he she it you we they Object you you c Complete the sentences with object pronouns. 0 Madonna is my favourite singer. I really like her. 1 George is very intelligent. Do you know? 2 My sister and I are living in a flat in Oxford. Come and visit. 3 Mike is working with doctors and nurses. He helps in hospital. 4 Mike doesn t get much money for his work, but he likes very much. 5 I love Charlie, but he doesn t love! 6 I ve got two new video games. Do you want to see? 2 Present simple vs. present continuous a We use different time expressions with the two tenses. Complete the lists with the time expressions in the box. These verbs are almost never used in the present continuous: believe know understand remember want need belong mean like hate Learner tips! I know the answer. (Not: I m knowing the answer.) My friend likes rap music. (Not: My friend is liking rap music.) b Complete the sentences. Use the present simple or present continuous form of the verbs. 0 Jack usually cycles (cycle) to school, but at the moment he is having (have) problems with his bike. 1 We (have) Geography lessons twice a week. We (learn) about volcanoes at the moment. 2 Julia (surf) the Net this afternoon. She (want) to find some information for a project. 3 you (understand) this Maths problem? you (need) help with it? 4 I (not know) much about jazz music, but I (like) this song by Ella Fitzgerald. 5 This CD (belong) to me now. 6 I (think) you re wrong. 7 A: What you? (do) you? (sleep) B: No, I. (think) Learner tips! I m writing a letter. (Not: I writing a letter.) It s raining now. (Not: It rains now.) every weekend always now this morning at the moment usually this afternoon today once a month never right now every evening three times a week this week twice a year Present simple every weekend always Present continuous now this morning 27
30 Let s give him a hand 1 Read and listen a 01:21 Look at the photo and read the dialogue. What do Jess, Joel and Pete do? Why doesn t Debbie help, do you think? Read, listen and check your answers. Jess: Hey, look at that guy! Pete: Yeah. Let s give him a hand. Come on, Debbie. Debbie: Not me. It s not my problem. Let him push his old car. Joel: Well, I m going to help him. Pete: Come on! One, two, three push! Jess: Wow, it s heavy! Joel: Yes. It is. It s moving, though! Pete: We did it! Joel: But he drove away! And he didn t even say thank you! Pete: That s right. That s not very nice, is it? Debbie: See? Told you! You re mad. Jess: Why? Debbie: Oh, come on, Jess! The man didn t even say thank you! Jess: So what? We pushed the car to help him not to hear him say thank you. 28
31 b Match the beginnings and endings to make a summary of the story. 0 A man a want to help him. 1 Pete, Joel and Jess b but he doesn t say thank you. 2 Debbie thinks c needs help to start his car. 3 The car is heavy, but d that hearing thank you isn t important. 4 The man drives away e they push it and it starts. 5 Jess thinks f that it s the man s problem, not hers. 2 Everyday English a Find expressions 1 6 in the photostory. Who says them? How do you say them in Italian? 1 It s not my problem. 3, though. 5 See? 2 Come on! 4 That s right. 6 So what? b Complete the dialogue with the expressions in Exercise 2a. Linda: What time does the film start? 8 o clock? Paul: 0 That s right. Linda: Well, we re late. 1, Paul! Let s go. Paul: Late? No, we aren t late. Look at my watch. 2? It s only six thirty. Linda: Oh yes. OK, so we don t need to leave now. I don t want to be late, 3. Everyone says it s a really good film! And Ashton Kutcher s in it. Paul: 4! Ashton Kutcher isn t very good! Linda: Not very good? You just don t understand acting. Well, 5 it s yours! 3 Role play Work with a partner. Take two minutes to prepare a short role play. Do not write the text, just agree on your ideas for a short scene. Then act it out. Roles: Debbie and the car driver Situation: In the street, the next day Basic idea: Debbie and the driver see each other in the street the next day. Use one of these sentences to start the conversation. Excuse me, I think I know you. My friends pushed your car yesterday. 4 DVD DVD Episode 1 a What s happening in the situation in the photo? What is the teacher going to say? b Match the words with their definitions. Then watch Episode 1 and meet Jess, Pete, Debbie and Joel. 0 community a a person who creates service clothes 1 badge b a person who comes to a place because he/she is invited 2 award c a piece of jewellery worn around the wrist or arm 3 guest d work that people do without payment to help other people 4 bracelet e a prize given to a person for doing something very well 5 fashion f a small piece of metal designer or plastic that you attach to your clothing Hi! Can I talk to you for a minute. I d just like to say I m sorry ry. Pronunciation p130 CD1 T22 29
32 Into exams 1 Write E a Read Susanna s about a birthday party for a friend. Answer the questions. 1 What event are Susanna and her friends organising? 2 How many people are coming? 3 What are Pete, Dave, Julia, Irene and Susanna doing? 4 Are Susanna s parents helping? b Imagine you are helping to prepare for one of these events: a family party a goodbye party for a school friend a school party Write an to a friend and tell him / her what is happening. File Edit View Go Tools Actions c360 Toos CRM Done Hi Gabriella, How are things with you? Here it s all go! Do you remember Sarah? Well, it s her 16th birthday today and we re preparing a surprise birthday party for her. We re having it in our house because we have lots of space, and about 40 friends are coming! Pete, Dave, Julia and Irene are all here and we re all doing different jobs. The boys are setting up the stereo and preparing the dance floor, I m copying dance music onto CDs, and Irene is helping Julia in the kitchen. We re cooking an enormous quantity of pasta for everyone. My mum is working in her study. She is worried about the sitting room furniture, but luckily she isn t saying too much! She and Dad are going out for the evening. Anyway, I must go and check that everything is under control! Speak to you soon, Susanna 2 Speak E a 01:23 Read the phone call between Monique and her friend Tanya. Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the words in the box. Then listen and check. study help do think work Monique: Hi, Tanya. It s Monique speaking. Tanya: Oh, hi, Monique. How are you? Monique: Fine, thanks, and you? Tanya: Yeah, I m OK. A bit busy right now. Monique: Busy? What are you 1? Tanya: Well, I m 2 my brother with his Maths homework, but I m also 3 on a project for school, and Monique: What else? Tanya: I m 4 about what I can get James for his birthday. Monique: You know what, Tanya? Let s meet in Parker Square in half an hour. Let s go to the shops together and look for a present for James there. Tanya: Sorry, Monique, I can t. Monique: No? What a pity! Why s that? Tanya: I m also 5 for my English test. It s tomorrow! Monique: Oh no! b Work with a partner. Look at the dialogue in Exercise 2a. Think of some changes to make to the dialogue (names, for example), so that it becomes your dialogue. Hello, Sara. Are you OK? Hi, Giulia. ia. It s Sara. a Work with your partner. Act out the new dialogue. 30
33 Learner tips! a Remember to use don t or doesn t to make a negative sentence in the present simple. Make negative sentences. 0 I live in Cardiff. I don t live in Cardiff. 1 My father enjoys working in the garden. 2 I often send texts to my friends. 3 Frank and Sue want to get married. 4 Dan always has lunch with his girlfriend. 5 We have a rest in the afternoon. Use verb + -ing after like, love, hate, enjoy. Remember to use the verb be before the verb + -ing when you form the present continuous. b Complete the sentences with verb + -ing or with be + verb + -ing. Use the verbs in the box. watch (x2) buy have stay ride enjoy play 0 I don t like watching television in the morning. 0 We are watching a film. Would you like to sit with us? 1 John a shower at the moment. 2 Poppy loves her bike. 3 I hate new shoes. 4 Bill and Sam with their uncle for the weekend. 5 Hilary is at university now, and she it a lot. 6 Daniel likes computer games. c d In English you need to use the present continuous to talk about activities happening now, even if a present simple form sounds acceptable in Italian. Read the sentences and put a tick ( ) if the use of the present simple is correct, or put a cross and rewrite the sentence in the present continuous. 0 I often wear jeans to school. 0 Joe is busy at the moment. He tidies his room. He s tidying his room. 1 I don t like living in London. 2 Do you want some help? 3 John doesn t play tennis right now. 4 My sister writes to me once a month. 5 Do your parents like their new house? 6 What do you do? Can you come round to my house in five minutes? 7 I work in the supermarket until September. 8 I can t answer the phone now I do my homework. Refer to Units 1 and 2 before you do this exercise. Circle the correct alternative. 0 Claire thinks she s got about forty thousand / thousands of bees. 1 John doesn t spend / doesn t spends all his pocket money on clothes. 2 I don t / not speak Chinese. 3 I often play ping pong / to ping pong with my friends. 4 Young people like watching videos on the / with the computer. 5 Do you enjoy swim / swimming? 6 Do you like speaking English? Yes, I like / do. 7 My brothers both work in information / informatic technology. 8 Before / Before that you start work, check your diary. 9 Volunteers give their time to help / for help people who have problems. 10 I m going / going home after school. 11 Oh no! It s raining / rains again. 12 Tourists can choose from / among a lot of different activities. Units 1 and 2 31
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ŠESTI RAZRED A) Complete the sentences with SIMPLE PRESENT or PRESENT CONTINUOUS. 1. Susan usually. (go) to school by bus, but now she.. (go) to school by train. 2. Mary often.. (read) in bed, but today
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VOCABULARY A) Match the ages in the box with the definitions 1-8. 7 / 15 / 17 / 25 / 36 / 52 / 67 / 82 1) a young adult 25 2) a child 7 3) an adolescent 15 or 17 4) an elderly person 82 5) a middle-aged
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p T h e L a s t L e a f IN A SMALL PART OF THE CITY WEST OF Washington Square, the streets have gone wild. They turn in different directions. They are broken into small pieces called places. One street
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Jahresabschlusstest 1 Let s simply continue Please fill in the gaps with either the simple present or the present continuous forms of the verb in brackets. 1. Samantha usually (drink) a cup of coffee in
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My living day Hello, my name's Nouhaila. I get up at seven o' clock and I wash my hands and my face at quarter past seven. I have breakfast at half past seven, then I get dressed at twenty-five to eight.
UniT 5 HERE, THERE AnD EVERYWHERE IN THIS UNIT YOU learn language for talking about places read descriptions of where people live give and ask for directions to places in your town listen to a news report
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