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1 UPGRADE 8. CONTENTS UNIT 1 Friendship... p It's TEOG Time 1... p. 16 UNIT 2 Teen Life... p It's TEOG Time 2... p. 30 UNIT 3 Cooking... p It's TEOG Time 3... p. 44 UNIT 4 Communication... p It's TEOG Time 4... p. 58 UNIT 5 The Internet... p It's TEOG Time 5... p. 72 UNIT 6 Adventures... p It's TEOG Time 6... p. 86 UNIT 7 Tourism... p It's TEOG Time 7... p. 98 UNIT 8 Chores... p It's TEOG Time 8... p. 110 UNIT 9 Science... p It's TEOG Time 9... p. 120 UNIT 10 Natural Forces... p It's TEOG Time p

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3 UNIT 1 1 FRIENDSHIP Write the activities under the pictures. They like studying together go for walks eat out go to the concerts play sports go to the movies study together watch movies at home go to the shopping malls play computer games 3

4 2 Listen and complete. Answer the questions. Jane: It's my birthday on 1... Thursday and I'm having a party on Friday evening. Can you come? Mark: I'd love to. Is it at your house? Jane: Yes, it is. Do you know how to get there? Mark: Yes. What time? Jane: 2... o'clock. Mark: OK. What time does it finish? Jane: At about Mark: Great. I'm really looking forward to it. Jane: See you there! 1 Liam: It's my birthday on 4... and I'm going bowling with some friends. Can you come? Tania: What time? Liam: At 5... o'clock in the afternoon. Tania: I can't, I'm afraid. I'm going to a football match. Liam: Never mind. Next time, perhaps. 1 Who is going bowling?... 2 Who is having a party?... 3 Who says 'Yes' to the invitation?... 4 Who says 'No' to the invitation?... Accepting and refusing invitations; making excuses Formal invitations Would you like to go to the mall on Saturday night? Will you see a movie with me? I was wondering if we can see a concert tonight. I would like to invite you for dinner tonight. Informal invitations Do you want to go to the zoo? How about going to the mall together? Let s have dinner on Sunday. Shall we go for a walk? Sure. What time? Sounds like a good idea. Yes, I would. I d like to. Accepting Invitations Yes, I d love to. Okay. That sounds great. That would be great. Refusing Invitations Sounds good. But I can t. No, but thanks No, thanks. for inviting me. I d love to, but I can t. Sorry, but I can't. I would love to, but I can t. I'm afraid, I can't. When you refuse an invitation, it is common to give an excuse. For example: I d love to, but I can t. I have an exam tomorrow. Sounds good, but I don t think I can. I have to work late. No, I d better not. My parents won t allow me to go. I m afraid I can t. I have other plans. 4

5 Listen and complete the dialogues with the sentences below Jane: Hi, Chris. It's my birthday on Friday. I'm going to the cinema on Saturday. 1 Can you come...? Chris: What time? Jane : At eleven o'clock in the morning. Chris: I'm going to London with my parents. Jane: That's shame! Another time. Tony: It's my birthday on Sunday. I'm having a barbecue on Saturday. Can you come Mary? Mary: 3...! Where is it? At your house? Tony: No. On the beach. Mary: Great! What time? Tony: At twelve o'clock. Mary: 4. See you there. 3 4 Owen : Hi, Mandy. Mandy: Hi, Owen. It's my birthday next weekend. And I'm going rollerblading. 5...? Owen : Yes, I'd love to. On Saturday or Sunday? Mandy: Sunday. Owen : What time? Mandy: Meet me in the park at eleven o'clock. Owen : Ok. Great! David: Hi, Karen. How are you? Karen: Fine, thanks. And you? David: I'm fine, too. Hey, it's my birthday on Wednesday. And I'm having lunch in a café with Tony and Becky ? Karen: I can't, I'm afraid. I'm going to my grandparents' house on Wednesday. David: Another time perhaps. Oh, well. Never mind. That sounds great! See you on Sunday then! Can you come? OK! Thanks for the invitation. Sorry... But I can't. Do you want to come? Would you like to come? 5

6 4 Circle the correct answer as in the example. 1 John : Are you busy next Saturday? Kevin: No, not at all. I'm... not going to do anything.. a) I'm not going to do anything. b) I'm going to have a birthday party. 2 Tony: Would you like to come over tonight? I'm going to play computer games. Andy:.... What type of games do you have? a) I'm sorry, I can't. b) That would be great. 3 Alice: What about watching a comedy film? Mike:.... I prefer thrillers. a) Not, really. b) Sure, that's a great idea. 4 Tom: Are you doing anything on Saturday? We're having a party. Would you like to join us? Lucy:.... I love parties. a) I'm afraid, I can't. b) Yes, I'd love to. 5 Brian: Are you busy tonight? Would you like to drink a cup of tea at a café? Ingrid:.... Can we go a late show after going to café? a) I'm very tired. I want to stay at home. b) I'm not doing anything tonight. I'd love to come. 6 Tim: Where are you going to spend your weekend? Toby:.... a) I'm going to visit my uncle in London. b) I want to swim at the weekend. 7 Matt: Are you going to join the party at William's house tomorrow? Lisa:.... I have to attend an important meeting. a) Of course. b) No, I'm not. 8 Steve:...? Susan: Nothing special. I'd like to go to the movies and watch a romance movie. a) Shall we go to the movies at the weekend? b) Do you have any plans for the weekend? 9 Tim: What do you want to do tonight? Amy:.... I'm very hungry and I don't want to cook. a) I'd like to eat out. b) I'd like to watch a movie at home. 10 Joe: What do you like doing with your friends, dear? Gaby:.... a) I'm going to play computer games tomorrow. b) I like just sitting and chit-chatting. 6

7 5 Use the words to write the dialogue. Tracy: I / bored. you / like / go / ice skating? 1... I'm bored. Would you like to go ice skating. Sam: No, thanks. I / not like / ice skating. What about / watch / a DVD? 2... Tracy: No, thanks. I / rather not. I / prefer / go out Sam: Shall we / go / for a walk in town? 4... Tracy: Erm... I / not / sure Sam: How about / go / swim? 6... Tracy: Yes / that / sound / good! / I / love / swim Sam: Why not we / ask / Tim and Liz? 8... Tracy: Good idea! / Let's / text / them Give your respond to the following invitations! 1 A: Would you like to see a movie this afternoon? I d like to, but my cousin is coming in the afternoon. 2 A: I have two tickets of Rihanna concert next Sunday. Would you like to come? 3 A: What a nice day! Do you want to take a walk with me? 4 A: Tomorrow night is my graduation party. I was wondering if you can come. 5 A: How about going to the gym? 6 A: I feel like eating a burger. Let s go to Mc Donald's. 7 A: We are going to the movies with a few friends. Would you like to join us? 8 A: What are you doing tonight? Would you like to go out? 7

8 7 Match the invitations and the replies. Then write. 1 A: Would you like to come over tomorrow? I m going to watch movies at home. I have great ones. f That would be great. What types of movies do you have? 2 A: What are you doing tonight? 3 A: Do you enjoy watching sci-fi movies? 4 A: What do you want to do tonight? 5 A: We are going to the movies with a few friends. Would you like to join us? 6 A: What are you going to do tomorrow? 7 A: Are you busy tomorrow evening? Would you like to come over for a drink. 8 A: We re having friends over on Saturday. Would you like to come? a) I m going to visit my cousin. b) I m going to a soccer match. c) I really enjoy watching them, especially the ones about the space and travelling through time. d) I m not going to do anything on Saturday. I d love to come! e) I d like to, but I can t. My cousin is going to visit me tomorrow evening. f) That would be great. What types of movies do you have? g) Yes, I would. h) I d like to see a movie. 8 Decide if the expression is Accepting or Refusing an invitation. 8 1 That s very kind of you, thanks.... Accepting 2 Sorry. I m afraid I have to work until late Great idea! Thanks Thanks for asking, but I m afraid I m busy That sounds lovely That sounds great, thanks Sorry, but I m very busy that day I would love to, thanks I would like to, but I have to attend a meeting that day Thank you, but I can t. I already have an appointment that day....

9 Talking about future plans and arrangements: be going to We use be going to + the infinitive to ask and talk about plans and intentions. I'm going to play basketball tomorrow. What are you going to do at the weekend? the present continuous We can use the present continuous to talk about the future when we are talking about a definite plan. We often include a time expression. - I'm seeing Linda at three o'clock tomorrow. (= I spoke to Linda yesterday and we agreed to meet.) - He's working in Manchester next week. (= His company asked him to go to Manchester.) 9 Listen to Ed talking to his grandfather about plans for his birthday. Write or x in the table. 3 Grandfather: How are you, Ed? Are you excited about your birthday on Saturday? Ed : Yes. I'm really excited. I'm going to see all my friends. Grandfather: What are you going to do? Are you going to play football? Ed : No, we're not. We're going to go karting. Grandfather: That does sound exciting. How many friends are going to come? Ed : Eight. Grandfather: Are you going to go somewhere afterwards? Ed : Yes. We're going to go to a cafè in town. Grandfather: Are you going to have lunch there? Ed : No. We're just going to have coffee and cakes. Grandfather: Are you going to do anything else on Saturday? Ed : Well, mum's going to cook chicken and rice - that's my favourite. Grandfather: And is she going to make a cake? Ed : No, she isn't. She says she's going to buy some biscuits. And then we're all going to watch a DVD together in the evening. Grandfather: It sounds like the perfect weekend. But I expect you'll have to do some homework. Ed : Actually, I am not going to do any homework. I've already done it all. Grandfather: That was very clever! see friends have coffee and cakes play football cook chicken and rice karting eight friends go to a café have lunch make a cake buy biscuits watch a DVD do homework 9

10 10 Write the words in the correct order. 1 Peter / meeting / six o'clock / we're / at... We're meeting Peter at six o'clock. 2 arriving / My cousins / on Sunday / are... 3 you / football / this afternoon / Are / playing /?... 4 tonight / cooking / not / dinner / I'm... 5 London / driving / on Friday / is / to / Emma... 6 leaving / the school / Our teacher / in July / is... 7 your parents / to / are / When / the theatre / going /?... 8 until / not / 5 March / coming / He's... 9 you / Monday / doing / are / What / next /? Listen and write True or False Amy : Hi, Yasmin. It's Amy. Yasmin: Hi. How are you? Amy : I'm fine. I wondered if you'd like to come to my house this weekend. Yasmin: I'd love to come! When is a good time, Amy? Amy : How about Saturday afternoon? Yasmin: Oh, Saturday afternoon's not possible. I'm going to the dentist. I'm free on Sunday afternoon. Is that OK for you, Amy? Amy : Sorry, Yasmin. I'm having lunch with my grandparents on Sunday. We'll be there until at least five o'clock. Maybe in the evening on Sunday? Yasmin: I can't do that, I'm afraid. I'm revising my history. I've got an exam on Monday morning. Amy : So how about Saturday morning? I'm having a music lesson at 9 o'clock. But I'll be free from Yasmin: That's good. I'm not doing anything at You can come to my house then and we can listen to music. Amy : OK, Yasmin. I'll see you then. 1 Amy is having a music lesson on Saturday.... False 2 Amy and Yasmin will listen to music together on Saturday Amy is having lunch with her grandparents on Sunday afternoon Yasmin is revising History on Sunday evening Yasmin is having a music lesson at 9 o'clock Yasmin is going to the dentist on Saturday afternoon....

11 12 Listen and circle a or b. 5 Alfie : It's Grace's birthday tomorrow. I'm making a cake for her. Barek: What kind of cake? Alfie : A carrot cake. Barek: Really? Does Grace like carrot cake? Alfie : She loves it. Do you want to help me? Barek: OK. Alfie : You can get the ingredients ready for me. We need 300 grams of flour. And 200 grams of sugar. Barek: OK. Wait a moment. I need to weigh them. Alfie : We also need 200 grams of carrots. There are some carrots in the fridge. Barek: OK. What else do we need? Alfie : We need four eggs and a tin of pineapple. Barek: Pineapple? Really? Alfie : Yes, it's in the recipe. Barek: Ok. Here's a tin of pineapple. Alfie : Great! Now, we need a bowl. Ten minutes later. Barek: What now? Alfie : We'll put it in the oven for an hour. Barek: So what now? We can't sit here and wait. Alfie : Let's watch TV in the living room. Barek: Good idea! What's on? Alfie : Basketball. Later. Alfie : What's on next? Barek: There's a film. It's about... (phone ringing) Hello? Alfie : Who is it? Barek: It's Grace. She's inviting us her house tomorrow for her birthday. Alfie& Barek: Oh, no! The cake! 1 When is Grace's birthday? a) Tomorrow. b) Next Saturday. 2 How long does the cake need to stay in the oven? a) Ten minutes. b) An hour. 3 What's the first thing they watch on TV? a) A film. b) A basketball match. 4 Who phones Barek? a) Grace. b) Alfie. 5 Why do Barek and Alfie say. 'Oh no!'? a) Because they forgot about the cake. b) Because Grace knows about the cake. 11

12 13 Read the invitation and the replies. Dear Dominic, Thanks very much for the invitation to your party. I'd love to come. See you on Saturday! Love Sarah Dear Dominic, Thank you very much for your invitation, but I'm sorry I can't come to your party. I'm not here on Saturday because my grandma is ill, and I'm going to visit her in the evening. Hope you have a great party! Phillip 1 Who's having the party?... 2 Who can't come to the party?... 3 Who can come to the party? Make similar dialogues using the words in the boxes. 1 A: Would... you like to come to my house to watch a DVD tonight?... Yes, I'd love to come. Are you doing anything on Friday evening? A:... I'm sorry, I'm playing basketball then. How about Saturday morning? 2 A: A: A: A: A: A: watch a DVD Friday evening play basketball Saturday morning go shopping Thursday evening have a music lesson Friday evening see a film at the cinema Saturday morning meet some friends Saturday afternoon visit Anıtkabir Sunday morning have dinner with family Sunday evening 12

13 15 Listen to the conversation and tick the things Julia mentions. 6 have a picnic meet a friend go shopping go bowling have lunch go to the cinema play computer games 16 Listen and complete the sentences as in the example. 7 A Beautiful Friendship The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee, in the United States, is a home for old elephants. Elephants often make friends with other elephants at the sanctuary. For example, Debbie and Ronnie are always together. Tarra and Bella are friends, too. But this is an unusual friendship. Bella isn't an elephant - she's a dog! Carol Buckley is the manager of the sanctuary. She says, ''When it is time to eat, they eat together. They drink together. They sleep together. They play together''. Bella has got a problem with her back. She can't run or play outside. She sits on a bed in the office. Does Tarra think about her friend? Yes, she does! Every day, she comes to the office and stands outside. Carol carries Bella outside and the two friends are together. 'It's a beautiful friendship.' Carol says. 'They never fight'. 1 A: Where do Bella and Tarra live? elephant sanctuary. B: They live in an... 2 A: Why is their friendship unusual? B: Because Tarra is an... and Bella is a A: What do Bella and Tara do together? B: They eat, drink, sleep and... together. 4 A: Why is Bella in the office every day? B: Because she has a bed A: What does Carol think of their friendship? B: She thinks their friendship is

14 17 Listen and write the names on the 8 messages. Then answer the questions. 18 What are they doing? Use the verbs in the box. Hi..., Danny 1 I'm having a party on Saturday. Can you come? Anna play have have go watch 2 Hi..., Sorry, but I can't. I'm going to the dentist after school. Let's play at the weekend. Is that OK? Tom Are you free tonight? Sally 14 Dear..., Yes. that's fine. I'm having a guitar lesson at 9 o'clock. Why don't we meet outside the sports centre at 10.30? Kim Dear..., Yes. I can. Thanks very much. See you on Saturday. Danny PS Is Lucia coming? Hi..., Are you busy after school? Shall we play football? Rick. Hi..., Shall we go swimming tomorrow morning? Are you free? Lucia 1 What's Anna doing on Saturday? She is having a party on Saturday Is Danny going to Anna's party?... 3 Is Tom going home after school?... 4 Is Kim busy at nine o'clock tomorrow?... 5 What time is Kim meeting Lucia?... 6 Where are Kim and Lucia going to go? Can't see you tonight. Meal with my family. Alice 1... Alice is having meal... with her family. No! Arsenal v Real Madrid on TV. Danny Basketball at sports centre. Helen Party at Sam's house tonight. Sorry! Tom Piano lesson this evening. Sorry! Anna

15 19 Complete the sentences using the expressions below. go out of town join visit their relatives favourite movie study together go shopping have a barbecue going for a walk organise a birthday party watch a movie chit-chatting with have a class party 1 They like going for walk together in the park. 2 They are going to for the exam this weekend. 3 Sally likes her friends on the phone. 4 He is going to a bicycle race. 5 They are going to next week at school. 6 My parents and I are going to... for my sister. 7 We are going to for a picnic this weekend. 8 They are going to this afternoon to buy some clothes. 9 Kelly and Tom are going to at the cinema. 10 Tom and his parents are going to on Saturday. 11 My... is on TV tonight. 12 We are going to this Saturday in our garden. 20 Complete the conversation. TOM: It's my birthday next Monday. AMY: Great! 1... Shall we have a party? TOM: Yes, but It's school the next day. AMY: 3...? TOM: Yes. OK AMY: Hang on a minute! I can't come on Saturday TOM: Why not? AMY: My dad's coming home from America TOM: Oh. What are you doing on Friday evening? a) Shall we have a party on Friday? AMY: Nothing. 5...? b) Let's make a guest list. TOM: Yes. I think that's OK. c) We're meeting him at the station on Saturday evening. AMY: How many people do you want? d) Why don't we have it on Saturday? e) TOM: I'm not sure. 6 I don't want to have a party on Monday evening.... f) Shall we have a party? 15

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