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The statue was now nearly a pool of water on the floor, walk pick hit try 'I wonder what the burglar hit him with,' said one guest. Alice heard this conversation, and smiled into her brandy. They are used 3 We can make adjectives and verbs to form different parts of speech. There are some Complete the sentences, using a word spelling changes. Noun Verb Noun Adjective pack possible agree tidy fair like appear employed legal polite communication co'mmunicate science dis'cuss friend 'govern 'happy invi'tation 'different de'velop 'danger ex'plain use edu'cation help de'cide 'special en 'joy care 'organize noise im'provement 'industry 1 Don't go into my bedroom.
It's really em 'ploy am'bition 2 I can't do maths. For me, it's an subject. I just prefer 1 My English a lot after I lived in London for a month. I want to be rich, and I want to be to ask someone 4 It's very famous. They aren't 6 I was for two years.
Then similar at all. I got a job in an office. I think it's a good idea. I never saw understand his. You must try it. There are lots of factories That's! What are they?
Look at the same dates in written American English. What's the difference?
They are in British English. What days are national holidays in your country? I was born at two o'clock in the morning on Wednesday, the twenty-fifth of June, Continue around the class. A Yesterday I went shopping and I bought an apple. B Yesterday 1 went shopping and 1 bought an apple and some bread. C Yesterday I went shopping and I bought an apple, some bread, and a car.
D Yesterday It is Saturday morning, and Sarah has written a shopping list. V It says here milk. How much milk do we need? S Two pints. V And eggs? S A dozen. V And what about potatoes? How many potatoes? S A kilo's enough. V And butter? How much? S Just one packet. Can we count eggs one egg, two eggs? When do we say How much? When do we say How many? V Do we need anything else? S Let's have a look. And there isn't any We use S Well, I can see a few carrots, a few but there aren't many onions.
The rules are the same as for some and any. I think that's any exercise 3. Let's go! By the way, how much money have you got? Grammar Reference 4. Just half a dozen. Two or three. He's a millionaire. Half a spoonful. Ask and answer 5 Complete the sentences with the correct word. I met. There's in my eye! I looked , but I couldn't find them. I didn't have any money.
I want interesting to read, or interesting to talk to, or interesting to go. Listen and check. Town survey 6 Work in groups.
Talk about the good things and bad things about living in your town. Make a list. Compare your list with the class. M y uncle's a shopkeeper. He has a shop in an old village by the River Thames near Oxford. The shop sells a lot of things bread, milk, fruit, vegetables, newspapers - almost everything! The children in the village always stop to spend a few pence on sweets or ice- 1 Find examples of the definite article the cream on their way home from school.
My uncle doesn't often leave the village. He hasn't 2 Find examples of when there is no article. He is one of the happiest men I know.
She's accountant. I stay at. Does anything surprise you? What do you want to find out when you read the article? Write some questions. What is the best summary of the article? Nowy Swiat is the best shopping street in the world because What can't you download?
What isn't expensive? Language work Complete the sentences with different ideas from the article. In Nowy Swiat, there are a lot o f. There isn't any There are some Think of clothes, food, cars Work in groups and choose the most famous three.
What can you download there that's special? What do you like shopping for? What don't you like shopping for? A new survey shows that the most popular shopping street in the world is Nowy Swiat. Where's that? In Warsaw, Poland, of course.
It is now possible to download almost everything in Warsaw. Not everything is expensive. At the shop Pantera you can download leather goods - handbags, purses, coats, and belts.
Cepelia specializes in folk art. There are also book shops and record means New World. An incredible goods. They are good because shops. And there are a lot of 14, Poles walk down this they are not mass produced for small boutiques that sell men's main street every hour.
The Nowy Swiat has a lot of small too expensive. There shops, specialist shops, and chic If you're tired, stop at Cafe are statues, palaces, attractive shops. It hasn't got the huge Blikle. This is a fashionable town houses, exclusive cafes, department stores that sell the place to meet.
You'll find a and high-class restaurants. The same things everywhere. They If you want an exquisite hand- well-known Poles.
The frozen look old, but in fact the whole made suit, Nowy Swiat is the yoghurt and ice-creams are city was rebuilt after World War II. It isn't cheap. For doughnuts are delicious. There isn't any loud beautiful French baby clothes, It is possible to travel the world music, and there aren't many go to Petit Bateau. You will pay and find the same things for sale tourists. But Warsaw is Polish shops have nothing to baby. At Desa, a famous unique - and they're in Nowy here.
The world doesn't know antique shop, a desk costs Swiat. Write two things for each place. Compare your ideas with the class.
Answer the questions. Choose from the places in exercise 1. Look at the tapescript on p64 and check your answers. I help me. I've got a bad B I , thanks. Can you? You can take these three times a day. B I'm looking for a jumper A Thank you.
Have you got.
A I'll just have a look. B Sure. B Medium. A Here you are. B That's great. The changing rooms are over there. Can I have a B I like it. B Espresso? B How much is it? A Yes, please. Oh, and a doughnut, please. B there aren't B OK. I We've got some delicious carrot cake, and A How would you like to pay? Carrot cake, then. B Certainly. A Yes, thanks. A Thank you. Can you tell me B Over there. Middle shelf. Next to She. There are about five In your country, how much is Right now, I'd like to.
I enjoy. Tonight I'm going to. I'd like to have my own business Look at the tapescript on p Put the verb go in the correct form. I want to go abroad. I can't I hope.
I'm thinking of I like going to the cinema. Make correct sentences with the other verbs. Grammar Reference 5. What are A's answers?
Talking about you 3 Ask and answer the questions with a partner. Which countries How many children I'll answer it. I'll lend you some. Before I haven't got any money. What's Ali doing next year?
The phone's ringing. I've dropped one. What are you and Pete doing tonight? What are the lads doing this afternoon? After Thank you.
I'm expecting a call. I'll pay you back tomorrow.
I won't forget. Lucky her! Arsenal are playing at home. It's my birthday. Three intentions are spontaneous. Which are they? Three of the intentions are premeditated. What happened before each one? Everyone must help. Say what you'll do. Discussing grammar J Choose the correct verb form. Listen to the beginnings of 6 Talk to a partner about your plans for tonight, tomorrow, the conversations. Complete them. I'm going to stay at home and I'm going to see I think I'll I give you my phone number.
Growing up in [ ] drugs I [ ] violence in the streets n Hollywood, everybody wants to be rich, famous, [ ] they don't have enough money and beautiful. Nobody wants to be old, unknown, [ ] their parents don't give them enough attention and poor.
For Hollywood kids, life can be difficult [ ] they worry about how they look because they grow up in such an unreal atmosphere. When every dream can come true, kids learn the value of nothing because they have everything. A 2 Read the text about Hollywood kids. What are year-old boy, Trent Maguire, has a driver, credit cards, and some of their problems? Are there any differences? Parents download care and attention for their children because Correct the false sentences.
Often there is no parent at home most days, so children I 3 They understand the value of what they decide whether to make their own meals or go out to have.
They 4 Trent Maguire is spoilt and ambitious. They play no childhood 5 The adults try hard to be good parents. They become adults before they're ready. Will children around the world soon start to 8 Their parents organize every part of their think the same?
Or do they already? If you're good-looking, you'll go far. I want to 4 Answer the questions. You grow up really fast in L. It's not cool to be a kid. Is there anything about their lives that you would like? It's their job to say that. In the bathroom there are mirrors everywhere. I love looking at myself. I can spend five hours doing my hair and posing. I'm going to be a model. It is really dangerous since I was My friends started growing up in L. People have having plastic surgery and liposuction during my freshman year of high guns.
Sometimes I think I'm going school. I'm going to get out of here But it was worth it. It changed my life. I'm gonna get into the movies. Write 1, 2, or 3 in the boxes. Look at these examples from the text on p Every dream can [ ] I'll love you forever. I have news for you.
I'm going crazy. Discuss these questions. What do you think it was in the past? Complete the sentences with the correct form of have or have got , go, or come. Would you like You've got a friend, by Carole King 2 I a terrible headache. Can I home, When you're down and troubled please? And you need a 3 You must see my new flat. And soon I good time. What time are you home? Chorus 5 Hi, Dave. You just call out my name, I'll just and tell him and you know wherever I am you're here.
I to see you again. Get out of Winter, spring, bed. And I'll be there, yeah, yeah, yeah, 7 It's a lovely day. Let's to the If the sky above you park. We can and full of clouds a picnic. And that old north I'm skiing Keep your head together next week. Hey, that you've got a friend? People can be so cold and desert you Well they'll take your soul if you let them Oh, yeah, but. How do the people feel? Match a line in A with a line in B B 1 I feel nervous.
I'm going on holiday to Australia tomorrow. My grandfather's going into hospital for tests 4 I'm really excited. I think I'm getting the 'flu. Nothing's going right in my life. I've got an exam today. I've got a lot more energy. I couldn't get to sleep last night. Things can't be that bad! We really need some sunshine, don't we? That happens to me sometimes.
I just read in bed. Have a good time. I'm pleased to hear it. Do your best. What is the population? Is it an old or modern city? Tell the class.
Where are they? Write the adjectives he uses for each city. Compare with a partner. It's beautiful. Do you like Paris? Yes, I do. It's got lots of old buildings. No, I don't Which question in 1 means: Tell me about Paris. II Grammar Reference 6. Ask and answer questions about the places Todd visited. Whats Melbourne like? What's Chicago like? Comparatives and superlatives 1 You are asking Todd about Chicago.
Complete the 1 Read the second part of the conversation with Todd. Can you box. It was hot in Melbourne but not hot in Dubai. Dubai was hotter! Melbourne is older Dubai but not old Paris. Paris was oldest city I visited, but the restaurants the people the night-life the buildings it has some great modern buildings, too. I loved it. Todd Well, Chicago's called 'the windy city' and it really can be windy! Todd They're very interesting.
You meet people from all over the world. Todd A lot of them are very, very tall. The Sears Tower is storeys high.
Todd They're very good. You can find food from every country in the world. Todd Oh, it's wonderful. There's lots to do in Chicago. Practise with a partner. Of which countries are these 1 What are the comparative and superlative the capital cities?
What are the rules? Paris Beijing Stockholm Brasilia a small c busy cold noisy near dry b big d beautiful hot interesting wet exciting 2 These adjectives are irregular. What are the comparative and superlative forms? Melbourne isn't as cosmopolitan as Chicago. Grammar Reference 6. It isn't as cold today as it was yesterday. But it's colder than it was last week. I'm not as tall as you, but I'm taller than Anna. This car's more expensive than John's.
But it isn't as expensive as Anna's. Your teacher will give you some information. Student A Read about Paris and Beijing. Student B Read about Stockholm and Brasilia. Ask and answer these questions to find out about the other two cities. Good, better, best. How old is it? It's very old. It was And your better best. B Oh, really? A Well, it's bigger than my old one but it isn't as modern, and B Yeah.
Sandy's got a new boyfriend. A Oh, really? What's he like?
B Well, he's than Al, and What's she like? A Well, I think she's the teacher we've ever had B Well, it's second-hand, but it's new to me.
A What's it like? B Well, it's than my old car Act out a conversation to the class. Whose is the longest? Repeat the last lines. Check it 6 Correct these sentences.
What is the country like? What are 3 'What does New York like?
Discuss these statements about Sweden. Do you think exciting! Jane comes from London, but three years ago she married a Swede and went to live and work in Stockholm. Listen and check your answers to exercise 1. In my country it gets dark at five o'clock in winter, and it's much warmer. Where does their money come from? How do they spend their money? Many of them are to do with money. Milton Petrie The Most Generous Man in the World Verbs Nouns E download a bank account very morning, billionaire Milton Petrie spoil poverty walked from his New York apartment wear a thief and bought a newspaper from the open a will ragged old man on the street corner, live in stocks and shares One morning the man wasn't there.
Immediately he paid his hospital bill and arrest ragged clothes later, when the man died, paid for his funeral. One was very mean, the other very generous. First read quickly about Milton Petrie. Can you remember any examples of his kindness?
Can you remember any examples of her meanness? How old were they? Who did they leave it to? Discuss these questions in small groups.
Milton or Hetty? She was born in Massachusetts, USA, in Her father was a millionaire businessman. Her mother was often ill, and so from the age of two her father took her with him to The old man was just one of work and taught her about stocks and many people that Milton Petrie shares. At the age of six she started helped with his money. She went to to the families of policemen or New York and invested on Wall Street. He also Hetty saved every penny, eating in the sent cheques to a mother who cheapest restaurants for 15 cents.
She lost five children in a fire, and a became one of the richest and most beautiful model, whose face was hated women in the world. She was cut in a knife attack. It cost him called 'The Witch of Wall Street'.
At 33 millions of dollars, but he still she married Edward Green, a multi- had millions left. He said that he millionaire, and had two children, Ned was lucky in business and he and Sylvia. She fortunate than himself. The nice always argued about prices in shops. She million to people. His widow, never bought clothes and always wore Carroll, his fourth and last wife, the same long, ragged black skirt. Worst said his generosity was a result of of all, when her son Ned fell and the poverty of his early years.
His injured his knee, she refused to pay for family were poor but kind- a doctor and spent hours looking for hearted. His father was a Russian free medical help. In the end Ned's leg immigrant who became a was amputated. Her daughter built a ticket. I What an awful meal! It's a lovely day today! Yes, it wasn't very nice, was it?
Yes, it's really beautiful. Complete the conversations, using an adjective of similar Match the following adjectives with their two opposites meaning from the box. Paris is much more than I expected. Well, he's not very tall. He's one of the most people I He always wears such They certainly know. Be more polite. I told her it was yesterday, and she 1 London's such an expensive city. Listen again, paying particular 6 His sister's so stupid. Practise the T6. Pay particular attention to conversations with a partner.
Practise the conversations with your partner. Use the to the map. It is next to the library? Green Street, opposite the flower shop. Look at the map to help you. The Red Lion is in up down over past through out of x2 in to across Station Road, opposite the flower shop near the railway bridge, and the Old You go the path, the pond, the bridge, and Shepherd is in Church Street, behind the gate.
Then you go the road and take the path the school. When you come the wood you walk the path and the church. It takes five minutes. How do you think they are related?
Complete the sentences with He or She. Practise the sentences. Find examples of the Present Perfect. Complete the rule.
Why are different tenses used in these sentences? Anthony Trollope wrote forty-seven novels. Joanna Trollope has written twenty novels. Grammar Reference 7. Joanna Trollope travel 1 Choose the correct verb form. Since then, she my life. She have the same pen since Find someone who. What are Find someone who Find someone who has been to China.
How many times Decide on the question, beginning Have you T7. Stand up, and ask everyone in the class. Ask questions to find out more. What did you do in China? I What were the people like? Where did you go? Did you enjoy it? How long were you there? Report back to the class. No one has been to China.
Pierre and Sophie have been to China. There is more than one answer. B 1 I've known my best friend - from to It's not bad. I quite like it. I went camping with some friends. We met when we were I really need a cup of coffee. My Dad gave it to me for my birthday. The film was rubbish. Before that it was an office. Make similar sentences about you. Asking questions 6 Complete the conversation.
What tenses are the three questions? A Where live, Olga? B In a flat near the park. B For three years. A And why move? B We wanted to live in a nicer area. Practise the conversation with a partner. B I work B Yes, I. A How long A How long. B For B Since. A How much. A Where. B I worked.. B It was.. Then get some more information. Why did you move? What did you do before Where did you meet? If you could meet your favourite bands or singers, what would you ask them?
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