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1 a The new person Introductions Complete the conversations with the words from the box. thanks. Nice to meet you, I m Jasmine. How do you spell that? How are you? Hello. My name s Mark. Hi! () I m Jasmine. () J-A-S-M-I-N-E. I m Bob. () Bob. Hi, Chris. () I m fine, () Verb to be Choose the correct word to complete the sentences. What am / is / are your name? I am / is / are Alex. She am / is / are not new. How am / is / are you? I am / is / are fine, thanks. 6 He am / is / are the manager. Possessive adjectives Grammar revision Underline one mistake in each sentence and write the correct sentences. He are in the office. He is in the office. How am you? I is fine, thanks. My name Fred. They re names are Sue and Liz. 6 They isn t managers. 7 Her name am Margaret. 8 Nice to meet your. Everyday objects Complete the crossword. Across Down Complete the conversations with the words from the box. her his my (x) their your A: Hi! What s () name? B: () name s Paul. A: This is a picture of my friend. B: What s () name? A: Her name s Janet. A: That s () manager. B: () name is Andy. He s new. A: Andy and Paul are managers. This is (6) office. Dictation 6 0 Write the sentences that you hear.....

2 b Personal profile Countries & nationalities Complete the table. Brazil Britain () Canadian () Chinese France () Greek Italy Japan (8) Mexican Poland (0) Russian () Turkish Brazilian () () (6) (7) (9) Complete the conversation with the sentences from the box. I m from Paris. How do you spell that? Are you French? Of course. What s your name? I m years old. A: Good morning, Language Link. B: Hi! I would like to register, please. A: () B: Vironique Monet. A: () B: V-I-R-O-N-I-Q-U-E, M-O-N-E-T A: M-O-N-E-T. And how old are you, Vironique? B: () A: Twenty-three. Where are you from? B: () A: () B: Yes, I am. Questions with to be Write questions for each answer. What is his name? David Beckham. Where? Britain. What? British. an actor? No, he isn t. What? Madonna. Where? The USA. What? American. a singer? Yes, she is. Yes / No questions Match the questions to the answers a e. A B Is he Spanish? a Yes, they are. Are they actors? b No, I m not. Is she from Japan? c Yes, he is. Are you twenty-one? d No, they aren t. Are they students? e No, she isn t. Grammar revision Tick ( ) the correct questions. You are French? Are you French? Where are you from? Where you are from? Translation 6 Translate the questions into your language. What s your nationality? Where are you from? Are you British? What s your last name? Is she a singer? She is a singer? What his nationality? What is his nationality?

3 c Personal possessions Personal objects Complete the words by putting vowels (a, e, i, o, u) in the spaces. u m b r e l l a b k c _ m _ r _ 6 m _ b _ l _ p h _ n _ n _ w s p _ p _ r 7 _ l _ r m c l _ c k g l _ s s _ s 8 b _ t t l f w _ t _ r This, that, these, those Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences with this, or that. is my phone. is your phone. Look at the picture. Complete the conversation between a customs official (CO) and a man (M) with this or these. Articles Complete the sentences with a, an or no article. It s umbrella. It s camera. These are keys. That s alarm clock. It s my mobile phone. 6 This is bottle of water. 7 What s this in English? Asking about things Rearrange the words to make questions. English in is this what What is this in English? these glasses Are your your camera this Is are What these your that Is bag 6 Match the questions in exercise to the answers a e. CO: Excuse me, sir! Is () your bag? M: No, it isn t. () is my bag. CO: () one? M: Yes! CO: And, are () your CDs? M: Yes, they are. And () are my glasses. CO: And is (6) your camera? M: Camera? No, it isn t. a Yes, they are. b Yes, it is. c No, it isn t my camera. d It s an umbrella. e I don t know. Dictation 7 0 Write the sentences that you hear.. 6

4 d In person Drinks Complete the words by putting vowels (a, e, i, o, u) in the spaces. A: Would you () of wine? B: Yes, (). t j c _ c _ f f m _ n _ r _ l w _ t _ r w _ n _ 6 b r In a hotel Put the conversations in the correct order. a Yes, please. b An orange juice, please. c What would you like? d Good afternoon. Would you like a drink? a Can I have a drink, please? b Hello. Is that reception? c Yes, sir. What s your room number? d Yes, sir. a Yes. I have a reservation. b Miller. Sandra Miller. c Good afternoon. Can I help you? d What s your name? Match the conversations in exercise to the places a c. a reception b bar c hotel room Offers & responses Complete the conversations with the words and phrases from the box. a drink like a glass mineral water please thanks would you like A: () a drink? B: No, (). A: Would you like ()? B: Yes, please. (6), please. 0 Listen and repeat the conversations. Translation 6 Translate the sentences into your language. Would you like a drink? Yes, please.. We look forward to seeing you.. Would you like a glass of mineral water? Read & listen 7 0 Read and listen to the Explore London on page 8 of the Student s Book. 7

5 098_with 7//06 0: Page 8 Reading Read the information about four people. Match the profiles to the photographs A D. My profile C A B D Hi! My name s Alex Cross. I m and I m a teacher here at Language Link. I m from London, England. Hello, I m Chen Yui. I m a student at Language Link. I m eighteen years old and I m Chinese. I live in London now. My name s Françoise Givet and I m from Lyon in France. I m and I m a student at Language Link. Read the texts again and complete the sentences with a name. isn t a student. is French. comes from Lyon. 6 is from China. is 8 years old. 7 is from Colombia. is English. 8 works in a hotel. Read & listen Listen to Reading My profile on the CD and read the article again. Hi! I m Juan Hernandez. I m 0 and I m Colombian. I m a manager at a hotel in Bogota. Now I m a student at Language Link.

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