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How much The black one. It's mine. Grammar Reference 1. Make more questions. Use some of the question words in the Grammar Spot on p7. Ask your teacher some of the questions. Use the text about Maurizio to help you. Getting information 4 Your teacher will give you some information about Joy Darling, a postwoman.
You don't have the same information. Ask and answer questions. She drives postwoman thirty years ago, when a van because she delivers letters to she was She drives a van a lot of small villages. When did she start working as a postwoman? Thirty years ago. Why does she drive a van? Because she delivers letters to a lot of small villages. Check it 5 Choose the correct verb form. Information in brackets..
The pronunciation in helps you to find the right The translation phonetic symbols translation. Write noun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, or past tense.
Write two sentences that show different meanings. Use a dictionary. Sentence 1 Sentence 2 book I'm reading a good book. I booked a room at a hotel. Look around the room you are in. Find five things you don't know the words for in English. Look them up in a dictionary. Your teacher will give you some ideas to communicate, but you can't use words! Mime to your partner, and your partner has to guess what they are.
Read the text quickly and match the headings to the paragraphs. What can they do? What can we do? What do you think?
We can talk and write, and we can send messages with our hands and faces. There is also the phone including the mobile! Television, film, painting, and photography can also communicate ideas. Animals have ways of exchanging information, too. Bees dance and tell other bees where to find food.
Elephants make sounds that humans can't hear. Whales sing songs. Monkeys use their faces to show anger and love. But this is nothing compared to what people can do. We have language - about languages, in fact. We can write poetry, tell jokes, make promises, explain, persuade, tell the truth, or tell lies. And we have a sense of past and future, not just present. Communication technologies were very important in the development of all the great ancient societies: They were very good at public speaking, drama, and philosophy.
Radio, film, and television have had a huge influence on society in the last hundred years. And now we have the Internet, which is infinite. But what is this doing to us? We can give and get a lot of information very quickly.
But there is so much information that it is difficult to know what is important and what isn't. Modern media is changing our world every minute of every day. Complete the questionnaire on the right, then discuss your answers with a partner.
What does this mean? Do you agree? Work in two groups. Is it a good job? Compare your answers with a partner from the other group. What are the differences? Roleplay Work in groups of three. Student A You are Steve. Student B You are Mrs Snell. Student C You are another neighbour. You have invited them to your flat for coffee.
Continue the conversation below. Talk about these - things. Steve Well, we met a few days ago. Mrs Snell But we didn't introduce ourselves. I'm Mrs Snell Steve Pleased to meet you. Neighbour Steve works in advertising, you know In groups, compare ideas. I'm sorry I'm late! Don't worry. Come and sit down. Match the expressions and responses. When do we use these expressions? How are you? Sleep well! Hello, Jane! Can I help you? How do you do? Good morning! See you tomorrow!
Fine, thanks. Good night! Pleased to meet you, Ela. Not at all. Don't mention it Hello, I'm Ela Paul. Same to you! Excuse me! That's very kind. Thank you. Bless you! Have a good weekend! Thank you very much indeed. Hi, Peter! Make yourself at home. Practise saying them.
Say an expression. Can your partner give the correct response?
Read your conversations to the class. Write the name of the country. Match a country from the the world, but it has a population of Starter with a text and a photograph.
It is so big that there is Complete the texts with the words from a of climates. Most people live in the boxes. It is famous for its beautiful I exports enjoy immigrants huge] mountains and lakes - it more This country has quite a small lakes than any other country.
Their population, just 16 million, but the sports are baseball and ice hockey. The people are mainly of European descent, but elephants grows black climate there are also aborigines and a lot of j south-east Asian. People live This country has a population of about in towns on the coast, not so much I 45 million. Of these, 76 per cent are inland, because it is so hot. They and 12 per cent white.
It has a live a lot of their lives outdoors, warm. Either it never rains, or it and sports, swimming, and rains a lot! It is the world's biggest having barbecues. This country producer of gold, and it exports wine and wool - it has more diamonds, too. It a lot of fruit, than 60 million sheep! In the game reserves you can see a lot of wildlife, including lions, , zebras, and giraffes. Match a country from the Starter with a description and a photograph.
Remember three facts about each country. Which refers to all time! Which refers to now? She has three children. She's having a shower. And in d and e? Is have got more formal or informal? Do you have a car? No, I don't. Have you got a car'? I don't have a computer. I haven't got a computer. Student A Look at this chart. Student B Look at the chart from your teacher. Ask two or three students your questions.
Use short answers when have posters on the wall cook magazines necessary. Find out who has the most clear up the mess go a meal hobbies and holidays. Living room Bedroom 3 [ ] I'm Hans. I'm coming from Germany. I come from Germany. Everyone is dancing. Everyone 3 Do you like where you live? Choose your favourite room. What do you dances. I like my bedroom a lot because I've got lots of posters on the walls. I listen to music and do my homework I like my living room.
The walls are white, and I love the big, comfortable sofa Don't say which room it is. Can your partner guess? Write down the first five things you think of. Then work in three groups. Group A Read about Roberto. Group B Read about Endre. Group C Read about Yuet Tung. Compare the three people. What would you miss if you lived abroad? What do they like about it? What do they find different? At first he Rutgers University, New Jersey. But now he years ago. Now she works has a successful business with his come here for two years.
Roberto's girlfriend is so they decided to stay. Long Island. They don't have any now his wife, and they have two children yet. What does she think of living in schools.
Now I go everywhere Kong. It's a busy city, very exciting, US, Roberto says without hesitation, by car. I like the 'Because I want to work hard and car at weekends, but here your car stores here.
They're huge, and it's be successful. Nobody walks cheaper than Hong Kong. But you hard. He's at the store all day, then anywhere. In Hong Kong works as a driver in the evening. That's why I like America,' he says. Very friendly.
The first question 'You can be what you want. I like the What does she like best? The winter, it was so cold! There was fact that there are people from all space. Here I live in a house with a snow!
Now nearly all my family over the world. In Hong Kong it is so crowded. When I What about the way of life? The also in California, and in Texas. We meet about once a month and the food is from every country in Nobody tells me what to do.
Here have a huge Mexican meal that the world. We're all learn to make decisions for happy here. I feel in control. Tell a partner. Discuss with your partner. Two couples, Carol and Mike, and Dave and Alison, talk about their partner's annoying habits.
Look at the pictures below. What are their annoying habits? Correct the false sentences. What are women better at? Maria and Jean-Paul are foreign students in Britain. Their teachers are trying to be friendly. Which conversation is more successful?
Find examples of these in the tapescripts on p B 1 What a lovely day it is today! I'm enjoying it. Was it a good game? Yes, no problems. That's very kind of you. I'm very well, thanks.
We had a pub lunch and went for a walk. No, I missed it. The plane was a bit late, but it didn't matter. Makes you feel miserable, doesn't it? Thank you very much. I got it in Paris last year. Yes, it was lovely. It was a bit strange at first, but I'm getting used to it. Beautiful, isn't it? Practise the conversations with a partner.
I'm a spy. I have homes in London, Moscow, and Beijing Stand up! You're all at a party. Try to make some friends. Write the infinitives. Why was Russell the burglars' friend? The burglars' friend IT was 3 o'clock in the morning when four-year- His parents They said, 'Will you open the back door while we take these old Russell Brown woke were fast things to the car, because we don't want to wake Mummy up to go to the toilet.
His parents were fast asleep asleep in bed and Daddy, do we? But when he heard a held the door open for them. Russell showed them, He then went back to bed. The two men carried these got up the next day. His There he found two men. Russell also father said, 'I couldn't be They asked him his name, told them that his mother angry with Russell because he and told him they were kept her purse in a drawer in thought he was doing the friends of the family.
Russell even gave them Fortunately, the police believed them. They asked his pocket money - 50p. How do we form the question and negative? He woke up at 3. How is the past tense formed when the verb ends in a 1 Because he wanted to go to the toilet. Why did he wake up? When do we double the final consonant?
There is a list of irregular verbs on p Grammar Reference 3. Making connections: Match the verb phrases. Then make sentences using both verbs in the past. Join the sentences with so, because, and, or but. I broke a cup, but I mended it with glue. Talking about you 2 Ask and answer these questions with a partner.
Make more questions, using the Past Simple. What did you do Kelly Harman 1 away Last Tuesday a on holiday, they man armed with 2 just a hot their teenage hamburger in a daughter alone in bag 1 the house. However, Zoe National Bank at about 1. Things teller a note demanding started to go wrong. He claimed that guests arrived. They 3 he 4 a bomb in furniture, smashed windows, and stole the bag.
The teller said she jewellery. Even so, she the news, they 5 home handed the money to the man. He dropped the bag with immediately. He escaped in a car. Why is this tense used? As he was running out of the bank, 2 How do we make questions and negatives? Everyone was having a good time when suddenly What's the difference between them? Practise the sentences that contain these phrases. I don't know how. It rain and it was cold, and my bed was so warm. Unfortunately, it began to rain.
Getting information Fortunately, I had an umbrella. Unfortunately, it was broken. Fortunately, I met a friend in his car. Unfortunately, his car ran out of petrol.
Zoe was staying with friends. Zoe was staying Tell similar stories around the class. Begin with these sentences. Harman arrive home? At Where was Zoe staying? She was staying with friends. What do you learn from the story that you didn't to a radio play called The perfect crime. The perfect crime 4 Who is Kathy? Who is Bobby? Why ice Jackson's husband, Henry, was a man of habit. A So it was that at exactly six o'clock in the evemng she was in the kitchen getting a beer for him out of the tndge 7 How do you think she murdered him?
She was smiling. Today the routine was going to be 9 Why were all the policemen thirsty? Alice was looking forward to the evemng. She was very happy. She had a beautiful baby sleeping upstairs, a lovely home, and a husband who she adored. Henry opened the door and came into the kitchen.
She turned round to kiss him and give him his beer. Alice had no idea that in the next two minutes her whole life was going to change. But it's just that Kathy and I are in love. Bobby won't miss me, he's too young. She was in a dream. She walked into the living room. When she returned, Henry was standing with his back to her, drinking his beer She was carrying something heavy.
He turned. At first he didn't move, then he fell to the floor. Suddenly Alice began to think very clearly. She took the ice statue back to the living room, and phoned the police. Then she turned up the central heating, and went upstairs 3 She didn't know what he was going to tell to put on some make-up.
The police came quickly. Alice screamed. My Henry! Oh 5 She thought for a long time about how to Henry! Sergeant Taylor, get Mrs 8 Alice hid the murder weapon. Jackson a drink. A brandy with some ice. It's hot in this room. I hope you understand, Mrs Jackson, that What do you think? We must find the murder weapon. Suddenly an arm fell off Alice was smiling. It was melting. Taylor went to the statue and picked up the melting arm.
He broke it into bits and put some into Alice's brandy. Integrated skills work is an important feature of the course.
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It is designed to complement the Headway coursEbook, but can also be used with other main coursEbooks. Phrasal Verbs and Idioms is for adult upper-intermediate learners who want to study and learn to use English multi-word verbs, prepositions and idiomatic expressions. Practice SB P. Family and Friends. Annie's Brother SB P. The way I live. Unit 5 Starter SB P. The way I live Grammar Spot SB P. Talking About You P.
Roleplay P. Unit 6 Starter T 6. Every day. Every day Unit 7 T 7. May favourites May favourites. Vocabulary SB P. Reading and Writing T 7. Unit 8 Starter SB P. Where I live Reading and Vocabulary T 8. Where I live. Everyday English SB P. Times past Unit 9 Starter SB P. Times past. Grammar Practice SB P. We had a great time! Unit 11 What can they do? I can do that! Unit 12 Starter SB P.