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1 0 My parents live in a small fishing village 00 km south of Bangalore Grammar focus Present simple: positive and negative (I, you, we, they) Read the text again and find three negative vers. YOUR LIF IN THIS UNIT Grammar: Present simple: positive and negative (I, you, we, they); Present simple: questions and short answers (I, you, we, they) Vocaulary: ommon vers; Telling the time; Places in a town Task: escrie life in your favourite town World culture: Indian railway Amrita Vocaulary ommon vers Work in pairs and look at the photos. Where do you think Amrita is from? an you descrie the places in the photos? Read the text aout Amrita. Which of the people in the ox does she talk aout? her friend her sister her father her mother her grandparents a Read the text again. Are statements 8 true (T) or false (F)? orrect the false statements. Amrita and Geeta live in a house in Bangalore. They study at school in Bangalore. They go to university y train. 4 They have dinner in a restaurant. 5 Jairam and Sanjula live in a small city. Jairam and his friends get up very early. 7 They work for a ig company. 8 They have dinner in a restaurant with their families.. Listen and check. My name is Amrita and I live in Bangalore in India. It s a ig city with aout 8.5 million people. I live in a flat with my friend Geeta. We study computer studies at the same university. We get up at 7.0 a.m. and we go to university y us. We start classes at.00 a.m. and then finish at 4.0 p.m. In the evenings, we go out a lot. We don t have dinner at home we go to a restaurant with friends. My parents are Jairam and Sanjula. They live in a small village 00 km south of Bangalore. They don t live in a flat they live in a house. They get up very early at 5.0 a.m. My father and his friends are fishermen. They work for a small company, and they work very long hours. They don t go to work y us they walk to the river. In the evenings, they have dinner at home with their families. Work in pairs. omplete gaps 5 with the words in the ox. I I I 4 I 5 I go get up have live study work I live in a house/flat. in a ig city / in a small town. with my parents/friends. to work/school y car/train/us. to ed early/late. out a lot. reakfast at home. lunch/dinner in a restaurant/café. a shower/ath in the morning/evening. very hard. nglish/economics. at university. in an office / in a school/hospital. at home. for a ig company. early on weekdays. at 7.0 a.m. late at the weekend. GRAMMAR omplete the gaps. + PRATI I live in a flat. You to work y us. We dinner in a restaurant. They in an office. I don t live in a flat You go to work y us. We have dinner in a restaurant. They work in an office. omplete the sentences and add more information to make them true for you. I don t live (live) in a house. I live in a flat. I (get up) very early. I (have) reakfast with my family. I (go) to work y us. 4 I (have) lunch in a café. 5 I (go) out a lot in the evenings. I (study) in the evening. 7 I (go) to ed early. a Write six sentences aout you using the ideas in the ox. live in a small town get up late at the weekend go to restaurants a lot study a lot at the weekend have a ig meal for lunch work very long hours live on my own get up efore.00 a.m. go to ed after midnight study nglish after work/school have a ig family work at home Work in pairs and compare your answers. Find six things you have in common. We live in a small town. We don t have a ig meal for lunch. Unit, Study & Practice, page 4 c Work in pairs. Practise saying the correct sentences. 4 5

2 Your life 0 Grammar focus Present simple: questions and short answers (I, you, we, they). Niall is a student in ulin, Ireland. Listen to him talking to another student. Tick the questions you hear. o you live in a ig city? o you live with your family or friends? o you get up early? 4 o you have reakfast at home? 5 o you have a shower in the morning or in the evening? o you go to university? 7 o you have lunch in a café? 8 o you have dinner early? o you study a lot in the evening? 0 o you go to ed early? PRONUNIATION.4 Listen to the questions again. Notice that we stress the important words. o you /djə/ is weak. /djǝ/ o you live in a house? /djǝ/ o you go to nglish classes? Practise saying the questions. Unit, Study & Practice, page Vocaulary Telling the time a Write the times..55 (nine fifty-five) five to ten 7.5 (seven fifteen).0 (nine thirty) 8.40 (eight forty) 4.45 (six forty-five) 5.05 (twelve o-five).0 (two twenty) (four).5 Listen and check. PRONUNIATION Listen to the times again. Notice the stress and weak forms of to and o. /tə/ five to ten four o clock 0:0 Istanul 0:00 Berlin Listen again and write Niall s answers. Practise saying the times. 5:40 GRAMMAR To make questions and short answers we use do/don t. A: o you have reakfast at home? B: Yes, I do. A: o you work in an office? B: No, I don t. omplete the questions and short answers. A: you live in a city? B: Yes, I. A: you go to ed early? B: No, I. PRATI omplete the questions and answers. A: you live in a house? B: No, I. I live in a flat. A: you go to nglish classes? B: Yes, I. I study very hard. A: o you out a lot in the evening? B: Yes, I. I have dinner in restaurants a lot. 4 A: you have a shower in the evening? B: No, I. I have a shower in the morning. 5 A: o you in an office? B: No, I. I work in a hospital. A: you get up early? B: No, I. I get up at aout 8.0 a.m. A Match times with pictures A F. five o clock 4 seven forty-five two fifteen 5 ten twenty one thirty eight fifty-five Match times with the times in the ox. B F Work in pairs and take turns. Look at the clocks in different cities around the world. Ask and answer questions aout the time in each city. What s the time in Hong Kong? It s seven thirty in the morning. Unit, Study & Practice, page 4 4a Write four more questions (5 8), starting with On weekdays. On weekdays, what time do you: get up? have reakfast? go to work/school/university? 4 have lunch? 5?? 7? 8? Work in pairs and take turns. Ask and answer questions 8. c Now ask and answer the questions again, starting with At weekends. :45 Rio de Janeiro 0:5 anerra Paris :55 San Francisco. Listen and check. Work in pairs and take turns. Ask and answer the questions in exercise. half past one twenty past ten quarter to eight five to nine quarter past two IT'S A FAT! On average, people in Britain get up at.57 a.m. and go to ed at 0. p.m. At weekends, what time do you get up? I get up at half past eight on Saturdays, ecause I play footall. On Sundays, I get up at ten o clock 07:0 Hong Kong 7

3 Your life 0 Reading and vocaulary Listening Places in a town Life on a Scottish island Brits at home and aroad Match the words in the ox with pictures A J. a each a park a shopping centre a street market a restaurant a lock of flats a supermarket small shops a swimming pool a cinema A B awn, avid, Sam and Julie My husand and I live in uai, a ig city in the United Ara mirates. Our children, Sam and Julie, go to the International School. They start at 8.00 a.m. and finish at.0 p.m. They don t go to school on Friday and Saturday, ut Sunday s a school day. We live in a modern lock of flats with a swimming pool, and we ve got really good eaches not far away. F the journey from Ullapool to Stornoway the languages on the Isle of Lewis the shops in Stornoway summer sunsets weekends Listen again and choose the correct answers. Ullapool to Stornoway is: a two hours 40 minutes y ferry. four hours 0 minutes y ferry. The supermarket in Stornoway is open: a until 5 o clock. until midnight. On Sunday, all the shops are: a open. closed. 4 In summer, it is: a dark at 0.0 in the evening. light at 0.0 in the evening. 5 People on the Isle of Lewis speak: a only Gaelic. nglish and Gaelic. Pam and Andrew We live in a house in Aurignac, a small village in the South of France. Food is very important here. veryone uys their food at the street market every Saturday. When the weather s good, we have a picnic with friends in the local park. And we ve got three really good restaurants in the village centre.. Sheena lives in Stornoway, a town on the Isle of Lewis in Scotland. Listen and tick the things she talks aout. a omplete the sentences. Stornoway is very different from my town ecause Stornoway is an interesting place to visit ecause Work in pairs and compare your sentences. G We live in a modern lock of flats with a swimming pool H I J o you live in a village, town or city? Tick the things you ve got where you live. ross the things you haven t got. c Work in pairs. Tell your partner the things you ve got and haven t got where you live. In my town, we ve got restaurants. We haven t got a each in my village. 8 a Work in pairs. Look at the photos and discuss. Which three countries do you think the photos show? o they show a village, town or city? Read the article and check your answers. Match sentences with the places in the article. Write A (Aurignac), S (Southwold) or (uai). 4 5 People uy their food at a street market. A hildren go to school on Sunday. Shops close at half past five. People go to the each or swimming pool. They ve got a 4-hour supermarket neary. People eat in the park. Henry I live in a small town called Southwold. We haven t got a ig shopping centre just small shops in the town centre. The shops open at nine. They don t close at lunchtime, ut they do close at 5.0 p.m. Most shops don t open on Sunday, ut we ve got a 4-hour supermarket a few kilometres away. 4a Read the article again. Underline two things that are the same where you live. ircle two things that are different. Work in pairs and compare your answers. Food is important in Aurignac. Food is important in my town, too. We ve got good restaurants in the town centre We haven t got good restaurants in my village.

4 Task escrie life in your favourite town USFUL LANGUAG a Asking aout life in a village, town or city o most people live in houses or flats? What time do children start school? Where do most people have lunch? o shops close at (lunchtime)? o most people have dinner at home? What time do restaurants close? o shops open on (Sunday)? What time do people have dinner? Life in Melourne Where do most people live? a in houses in flats What time do children start and finish school? a 7.0 a.m. and.0 p.m. 8.0 a.m. and.00 p.m. c.00 a.m. and.0 p.m. Where do most people have lunch? a at home in a restaurant c in their office or outside 4 o shops open late? a no yes, on Thursday and Friday c yes, on Friday and Saturday MLBOURN: MUST-KNOW FATS! apital of the state of Victoria Average temperature: January 5, July Languages: nglish (%), Italian (4%), Greek (%), hinese (%) Population:.5 million escriing life in a village, town or city Most people live in houses. Most people live in the city centre. hildren start/finish school at Most people don t go home Most shops open/close at Most people have lunch/dinner at Restaurants/pus open/close at 5 o shops close at lunchtime? a yes no o shops open on Sunday? a yes no 7 What time do people have dinner at home? a aout.00 p.m. aout 7.00 p.m. c aout 8.00 p.m. 8 What time do most restaurants close? a p.m p.m. c.00.0 p.m. Task Speaking SHAR YOUR TASK Preparation Reading and listening a 0 Work in pairs. Look at the photos and read the facts aout Melourne, Australia. o you think Melourne is a nice place to live? Why / Why not?.7 Mike lives in Melourne with his family. Listen to him answering the questionnaire aout life in Melourne. Tick the correct answers..8 Listen to the second part of the interview and check your answers. a Listen again to the first part of the interview. Tick the questions you hear in the Useful language ox (part a). Listen again to the second part of the interview. Tick the phrases you hear in the Useful language ox (part ). Think of your favourite village, town or city. Look at questions 8 in the questionnaire and make a note of your answers. Ask your teacher for any words/phrases you need. Work in pairs and take turns. Ask and answer questions 8. Make a note of your partner s answers. > Useful language a Practise descriing your favourite place or your partner s favourite place. Film/Record yourself descriing the place. Share your film/recording with other students. Work in groups and take turns. escrie your favourite place or your partner s favourite place. > Useful language

5 R U T L U WORL FIN OUT MOR 5a INIAN RAILWAY UNSO World Heritage Sites are places of special importance around the world: old cities, national parks, nature reserves. There are nearly,000 World Heritage Sites in more than 50 countries. Find out first View World view a 4a Work in pairs and discuss. How much do you know aout India? Try to answer the questions in the quiz elow. You are going to watch a video aout a family in India. Before you watch, check you understand the meaning of the words/phrases in the glossary. GLOSSARY colonial times station master porter prediction What do you know aout India What is the capital city of India? a elhi Kolkata c Mumai Shimla is in the of India. a centre north c south What is the average temperature in elhi in June? a 0 0 c 40 4 How many kilometres of railway are there in India? a 40,400 c 4,000 5 o you see snow in India? a No, never Yes, sometimes c Yes, all the time Go online to check your answers or ask your teacher. Search: India capital / Shimla map / elhi temperature / India railway / India snow the time when the British governed India the manager at a railway station a person who helps passengers with their ags a guess aout the future Look at the statements elow. Write SN (Sanjay), ST (Satna), (their children) or A (all of them) next to each statement. I am serious aout my jo it s important. Look at the World Heritage Sites in the ox elow. What do you know aout them? Great Barrier Reef Grand anyon Watch the video. Numer the people ( 5) in the order you see them. Sanjay Geera a British tourist on the train a porter Satna (Sanjay s wife) Sanjay s son We live in a ig house. Read the sentences. Then watch again and choose the correct answers. Shimla is a ig / small city. In colonial times, the British came to Shimla ecause of the weather / railway. Five / Six trains come to Shimla every day. 4 Sanjay is a porter / the station master at Shimla Station. 5 Aout fourteen / forty porters work at Shimla Station. Sanjay and his wife Satna live in Shimla / Summerhill. 7 Satna s jo is in a office / school in Shimla. 8 Her train is at 8.00 / 8.0 every morning. Their children go to school / university in Shimla. We go to a private school. Read the statements again and make them true for you. I don t live in a ig house. I live in a small apartment. c Work in pairs and compare your sentences. Rapa Nui Historic airo Where is it (country/region)? What is it (city / nature reserve, etc.)? My day is very long. I catch a train to work in the morning. Angkor Wat Stonehenge c Go online to find out more aout three of the World Heritage Sites and answer the questions. Search: Great Barrier Reef / Angkor Wat / Rapa Nui / Grand anyon / Stonehenge / Historic airo I work in an office. Read the text aout UNSO World Heritage Sites. Write up your research Write aout the three World Heritage Sites you researched. Use the prompts elow to help you. The in It is in It s a is a UNSO World Heritage Site (country). (state/region). (what it is). AFTR UNIT YOU AN Ask and answer questions aout your daily routine. Ask and answer questions to tell the time. escrie life in a village, town or city (e.g. what people do, where they live). Research World Heritage Sites online.

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