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1 IN ENGLISH Workbook Volume 2, Unit 5 Contents UNIT FIVE: SCENE: Around City Hall (S) VOCABULARY (V & P) QUESTIONS STRUCTURE WRITING DIALOG (D) CONVERSATION EVALUATION TEST

2 UNIT 5 5-S Scene: Around City Hall What is this? It is a festival. It is the Los Angeles Street Scene. The streets around City Hall are closed to cars for the festival. That is a welcome sign over the street. This festival is usually on the first weekend in October. The weather is usually nice in L.A. in the fall. It is often warm and sunny. There are many people on the streets and sidewalks. There are many boys and girls on the lawn in front of City Hall. What do people do at the festival? Children play inside large balloons on the grass. People watch many kinds of shows. Children draw on T-shirts. People sit on the grass and paint children's faces. There is lots of food at the festival. There are all kinds of food here: American, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, Korean, Greek and many others. Are you hungry? What do you want to eat? People buy things at the festival. Do you want a T.V? What a crowd! There are thousands of people here. Do you see a bridge over the street? It connects City Hall with another building on the right. There are many booths at the festival. People come from all parts of L.A. They come from East L.A., South Central L.A., West L.A., Hollywood and Santa Monica. They eat, drink, and see many interesting things. They walk a lot too. Look at the woman with the red umbrella. That man without a shirt has a cup in his hand. There is a little truck with ice in the back. The ice is for drinks. It is hot today! Here is a family: mother, father, and son, in costume. People sometimes bring their dogs too. Many people buy ice cream on hot days. There's an interesting costume. 1

3 Look at all the people on the streets and on the bridge over the road. This street has many food booths. What kind of food do you like? There is a large crowd in front of this stage. There is a man with a black suit and roller skates on the stage. He has a microphone in his hand. Now there are eight dancers on the stage. The crowd likes the show. Many people in the crowd have hats on their heads because it is hot. They have sunglasses on too, because it is very sunny. Everyone has a good time at the Street Festival. Look! Those are the San Gabriel Mountains to the north. They are 6,000 to 10,000 feet high. That building on the left is very old. It is one of the first buildings in L.A. The kids like balloons. They also like the Children's Museum near City Hall. Here are some Hawaiian dancers with red dresses. Here are some other dancers. People sing and dance at the festival. That's a big balloon on top of the pole on the right. The Street Festival is around City Hall. Who is he? He sells kaleidoscopes. Look at him through the kaleidoscope. Here's another musical group. They play Brazilian music here every year. People have a good time at the festival. 2

4 5-V 5-P Vocabulary and Pronunciation Nouns 1. boy 2. girl 3. face 4. booth=little shop 5. stand=booth 6. family 7. mother 8. father 9. son 10. daughter 11. child 12. children 13. kids=children 14. menu 15. group 16. boyfriend 17. girlfriend 18. mountain 19. hill 20. smog 21. television (T.V.) 22. skate 23. show 24. program 25. entertainment 26. news 27. microphone 28. suit 29. part 30. piece 31. ice 32. ice cream 33. egg 34. pepper 35. salt 36. jelly 37. jam 38. orange juice 39. butter 40. toast 41. plate 42. soup 43. wine 44. bottle 45. cork 46. lunch meat 47. fish 48. shrimp 49. seafood 50. breakfast 51. lunch 52. dinner 53. weather 54. crowd 55. person 56. thing 57. balloon 58. umbrella 59. drink 60. beef 61. salad dressing 62. herb 63. hour 64. minute 65. second 66. weekday 67. weekend 68. dog 69. cards 70. chess 71. game 72. costume 73. head 74. dancer 75. wallet 76. money 77. bill 78. penny 79. nickel 80. dime 81. quarter 82. cent 83. festival 84. sugar 85. cream 86. milk 87. wrist watch 88. clock 89. alarm clock 90. bill 91. check=bill 92. tip 3

5 Verbs Basic 1. dance 2. walk 3. sit 4. drink 5. leave 6. draw 7. watch 8. think 9. taste 10. sing 11. connect 12. see 13. look for 14. order 15. want 16. like 17. have 18. bring 19. know 20. pour 21. paint 22. make 23. say 24. play 25. buy 26. sell 27. do/does don't/doesn't 1. my 2. your 3. his 4. her 5. our 6. their 17. one thousand (1,000) 18. two thousand (2,000) 19. three thousand (3,000) 20. one million (1,000,000) 21. two million (2,000,000) 22. north 23. south 24. east 25. west 26. with 27. without 28. before 29. after 30. both 31. some 32. any 33. When? 34. How? 35. How much? 36. Why? 37. because 38. Whose? 39. every 40. everyone 41. everybody 7. mine 8. yours 9. his 10. hers 11. ours 12. theirs more 14. first (1st) 15. second (2nd) 16. third (3rd)

6 Other 1. orange 2. yellow 3. perfect 4. warm 5. kind 6. type 7. full 8. empty 9. fine 10. well 11. ready 12. delicious 13. wonderful 14. expensive 15. inexpensive 16. cheap 17. again 18. high 19. low 20. really 21. interesting 22. dull 23. boring=dull 24. early 25. late Expressions 1. Welcome! 2. Thank you. 3. You're welcome. 4. Please. 5. May Would you like...? 7. Sure! 8. Certainly! 9. Here you are. 5

7 Questions The numbers in the 's in the video Scene component correspond to the following. 1. Where is the welcome sign? It is over the street.. 2. When is the festival? 3. How is the weather in L.A. in the fall? 4. Do children play at the festival? 5. Do people watch shows at the festival? 6. Is there any food at the festival? 7. What kind of food is there at the festival? 8. Are there many people at the festival? 9. Where do the people come from? 10. What do people do at the festival? 11. Does the man have a cup in his hand? 12. Is it cold at the festival? 6

8 13. Is this a family? 14. Do people bring their birds to the festival? 15. Where is the bridge? 16. What does the man with roller skates have in his hand? 17. Does the crowd like the show? 18. Why do people have on sunglasses? 19. Which mountains are those? 20. How old is that building on the left? 21. Do kids like balloons? 22. Who are they? 23. Do groups sing and dance at the festival? 24. Does he sell food? 7

9 25. What does he sell? 26. What kind of music does this group play? 27. Do people have a good time at the festival? 8

10 Structure 1 I drink orange juice with my breakfast. You drink coffee after dinner. He drinks wine with his dinner. She drinks cola with her lunch. The dog drinks water with its food. It drinks a lot of water. We drink juice with our breakfast. You drink some wine with your dinner. They drink two cups of coffee with their breakfast. 2 Do you drink orange juice in the morning? Yes, I do. No, I don't (drink orange juice). Does he drink wine with his dinner? Yes, he does. No, he doesn't (drink wine). Does she drink cola with her lunch? Yes, she does. No, she doesn't (drink cola). Does the dog drink water with its food? Yes, it does. No, it doesn't. Do you drink any wine with your dinner? Yes, we do. No, we don't. Do they drink coffee with their breakfast? Yes, they do. No, they don't. 9

11 3 I have an apartment downtown. You have one thousand dollars. He has a new car. She has an old car. The drink has ice in it. It has ice in it. We have a house in Hollywood. You have a wonderful family. They have two children. 4 Do you have an apartment downtown? Yes, I do. No, I don't (have an apartment downtown). Does he have a new car? Yes, he does. No, he doesn't (have a new car). Does she have an old car? Yes, she does. No, she doesn't. Does it have ice in it? Yes, it does. No, it doesn't. Do you have a house in Hollywood? Yes, we do. No, we don't. Do they have two children? Yes, they do. No, they don't (have two children). don't=do not, doesn't=does not 10

12 5 Do you ever eat seafood? Yes, I sometimes eat seafood for dinner. Does she ever make him breakfast? No, she never makes him breakfast. Does he ever make her dinner? Yes, he often makes her dinner. Do you ever go downtown on weekends? Yes, we usually go downtown on weekends. Do they ever watch T.V. at night? Yes, they always watch T.V. at night. 6 Do you have any money? Yes, I have some. No, I don't have any. Does he want some wine? Yes, he wants some. No, he doesn't want any. Do you have any coffee? Yes, I have a little. No, I don't have any. Do you have any wine? Yes, I have some, but I don't have much. Yes, I have some, but I don't have a lot. 7 How is your soup? It is delicious! How does your soup taste? It tastes good. How do you like your coffee? I like it black. I like it with cream and sugar. 11

13 8 How much is the coffee? It's 60 cents a cup. How much are the eggs? They are 89 cents for twelve. How much does he want for his old car? He wants $4,850. How much do they want for their house? They want $165, Whose umbrella is that? It is Richard's umbrella. It is his. Whose wallet is this? It is her wallet. It is hers. Whose money is this? It is my money. It is mine. Whose car is that? It is our car. It is ours. Whose dog is that? It is their dog. It is theirs. Is that your newspaper? No, it isn't mine. It is yours Why is she always late? Because she doesn't have a wrist watch. Why do you like Los Angeles? Because the weather is usually nice. Why do you always go downtown on weekends? Because there are many interesting places downtown. When do you eat breakfast? I eat breakfast at 7:00. When does she eat lunch? She eats lunch at 12:30. When do they eat dinner? They usually eat dinner at 6:30. 12

14 Writing Do/Does don't/doesn't When? How? How much? Why? Whose? Answer 1. You drink orange juice in the morning. Do you drink orange juice? Yes, I do.. When do you drink orange juice? In the morning. 2. They like their coffee with cream and sugar.? How? No,.. 3. The soup tastes good.? How? Yes,.. 4. The Arco towers are very tall.? How tall? Yes,.. 5. He drinks a lot of coffee.? How much coffee? Yes,.. 6. She has two dollars in her wallet. three? How much money? No,.. 13

15 7. We go to the mountains in the summer.? Yes,. Why? it is hot in the summer. 8. You have Richard's book in your bag.? Whose book? No,.. 9. They have her car at their house.? Whose car? Yes,.. 14

16 5-D Dialog Host: Host: Let's go in. It's open. I'm really hungry now. Would you like a table for two? No, for three please. Sure. (Host takes Susan and Richard to their table.) This is a nice restaurant. They have tables both inside and outside. Do you want to eat outside? The weather is nice. No, this is all right here. Where's Ann? I don't know. I don't see her here. Do you want to look for her at another restaurant near here? After we eat, O.K? I'm so hungry. Fine. I'm hungry now too. What time do you have? My watch says 5:30. What time do you have? I have 5:35. It's a little early for dinner, isn't it? Not really, but if you want lunch or breakfast, they have it here all day. I think I want a full dinner. Well, order it. Do you like Italian food? Yes, I do, but I want Japanese food tonight. Well, they don't have Japanese food at this restaurant, but there are many good Japanese restaurants near here. 15

17 Waitress: Waitress: Do they have French food here? Yes, I think they do. Ask the waitress for the menu. May we have our menus now? Sure. Here they are. And may we have some water? Certainly, just a second. Now, let's see. What do I want? What's good here, Susan? Everything. All the dinners are good here. (Susan and Richard look at their menus.) O.K. I'm ready to order. I am too. Waitress: Waitress: Waitress: Waitress: Waitress: Waitress: Waitress: Waitress: Are you ready to order? Yes, we are. I would like the roast beef dinner. Would you like soup or salad with that? The soup, please. And to drink? Do you have any white table wine? Certainly. Would you like a bottle? Yes, please, and two glasses. I would like the whitefish. Soup or salad? The salad, please. What kind of dressing would you like on your salad? What kind do you have? French, Italian, and our house dressing. What is your house dressing? It's an herb dressing. I'd like that. (Five minutes later. Waitress brings salad and soup.) 16

18 My soup is delicious! This salad tastes good, too, with the herb dressing. Do you want some? No, thank you. Do you want some of my soup? Just a little taste. Hmmm! That's good! (Waitress brings wine and glasses. She pours the wine.) (Waitress brings whitefish and roast beef.) Waitress: Waitress: Waitress: Here you are. Thank you. Thank you. Would you like any more wine? No, we're fine, thank you. How is your roast beef? It's just right. Perfect! How is your whitefish? Wonderful! I like it. It's delicious! Would you like some coffee now? Yes, please. No, thank you. (Waitress brings coffee.) (Waitress brings the bill.) Waitress: Thank you very much. (Waitress leaves.) 17

19 How much is the bill? It's $ Isn't that a little expensive? Not with the wine. Oh yes, the wine. That makes the bill higher. (Richard pours some more wine.) Well, let's go. Leave a good tip. How much? 15%. O.K. Now, where's Ann? I don't know. Let's telephone her again. O.K. There's a telephone over there. 18

20 Conversation 1. Do you have a wallet? Yes, I have a wallet. (Yes, I do. ). 2. Where is your wallet? 3. How much money do you have in it? 4. Do you have a television? 5. What kind of T.V. do you have, color or black and white? 6. When do you usually eat breakfast? 7. What do you usually have for breakfast? 8. Where do you usually have breakfast? 9. Do you make your breakfast? 10. If not, who makes it? 11. Do you eat lunch every day? 19

21 12. When do you usually eat lunch? 13. Why do you eat lunch at that time? 14. Do you ever eat dinner at a restaurant? 15. Do you ever drink wine with your dinner? What kind? 16. Do you drink coffee at night? Why? 17. How do you like your coffee, with cream and sugar or black? 18. How much is a cup of coffee at an expensive restaurant? 19. How much is parking downtown L.A? 20. Do you like Los Angeles? Why? 20

22 21. Do you watch T.V. in the evening? 22. What kinds of programs do you like? 23. Do you watch the news? 24. When do you watch the news? 25. Do you ever dance on weekends? 26. What do you do on weekends? 27. Do you usually have a good time on weekends? 21

23 Evaluation What is this? It is festival. It the Los Angeles Street Scene. The streets City Hall are closed to cars for the festival. is a welcome sign the street. This festival is usually the first weekend October. The weather usually nice in L.A. the fall. It is often warm sunny. There many people the streets and sidewalks. are many boys girls on the lawn City Hall. What do people do at the festival? Children play large balloons the grass. People watch many kinds shows. Children draw T-shirts. People sit the grass paint children's faces. is lots of food at the festival. There all kinds of food here: American, Japanese, Chinese, Mexican, Korean, Greek many others. you hungry? What do you to eat? People things at the festival. you want T.V? What a crowd! There thousands people here. you a bridge over street? It connects City Hall another building the right. There are booths the festival. People from all parts L.A. They come East L.A., South Central L.A., West L.A., Hollywood Santa Monica. They, drink, and many interesting things. walk a lot too. Look the woman the red umbrella. That man a shirt a cup in hand. There a little truck ice in the back. The ice is drinks. is hot today! 22

24 Here a family: mother, father son, in costume. People sometimes bring dogs too. people buy ice cream hot days. There's interesting costume. Look all the people the streets and the bridge the road. street many food booths. What kind of food you? There a large crowd front this stage. is a man a black suit and roller skates the stage. has a microphone in hand. Now there eight dancers the stage. The crowd the show. Many people the crowd hats on heads because is hot. have sunglasses on, too, it very sunny. Everyone a good time the Street Festival. Look! are the San Gabriel Mountains the north. are 6,000 to 10,000 feet high. building on left is very old. is one of the buildings in L.A. The kids balloons. They also like Children's Museum City Hall. Here are Hawaiian dancers red dresses. are some dancers. People sing and dance the festival. That's a big balloon on top the pole the right. The Street Festival around City Hall. Who is? He kaleidoscopes. Look at through the kaleidoscope. Here's musical group. play Brazilian music here year. People a good time at festival! 23

25 Test, Unit Five Name Instructions: Put the letter of the answer, A, B, C, or D, next to the number. 1. I orange juice in the morning. A. drinks C. am B. drink D. on 2. She some ice cream. A. is C. wants B. want D. like 3. They in the park on Saturday. A. am C. drinks B. plays D. play 4. It good. It's delicious. A. are C. taste B. tastes D. has 5. " you drink coffee with your breakfast?" "Yes, I do." A. Do C. Are B. Does D. Doesn't 53

26 6. " he watch T.V. at night?" "Yes, he does." A. Do C. Isn't B. Is D. Does 7. " that car expensive?" "No, it isn't." A. Do C. Is B. Does D. Are 8. " you like Los Angeles?" "Yes, I do." A. Do C. Are B. Does D. Is 9. "Does she have an old car?" "Yes, she." A. do C. does B. is D. doesn't 10. "Do they have an apartment in Hollywood?" "No, they." A. do C. doesn't B. aren't D. don't 11. "Does it taste O.K.?" "No, it." A. don't C. does B. doesn't D. isn't 54

27 12. " they ever eat seafood?" A. Do C. Are B. Does D. What 13. " he dance?" A. Are C. Do B. Is D. Does 14. "Does he make her breakfast?" "Yes, he sometimes makes her breakfast." A. am C. to B. never D. ever 15. "Do you ever go downtown?" "Yes, I go downtown." A. am C. to B. never D. often 16. "Do you have money?" "Yes, I have some." A. a C. any B. an D. these 17. "Does he want any wine?" "Yes, he wants." A. some C. milk B. any D. orange juice 55

28 18. " do you eat breakfast?" "I eat breakfast at 7:30 a.m." A. Where C. What B. When D. Who 19. "Why you like Los Angeles?" "Because the weather is usually nice in L.A." A. are C. do B. does D. doesn't 20. " does he sing in the morning?" "He sings in the morning because he is always happy in the morning." A. When C. Why B. Where D. How 21. " does your soup taste?" "It tastes wonderful." A. Why C. When B. How D. How much 22. "How your coffee?" "It's good." A. does C. is B. do D. are 56

29 23. "How you like your coffee?" "I like it with cream and sugar." A. is C. are B. does D. do 24. " coffee is that?" "It's my coffee." A. Where C. Why B. When D. Whose 25. "Whose book is this?" "It's." A. hers C. my B. her D. your 26. "Whose wallet is that?" "It's." A. their C. mine B. your D. our 27. " money does he want for his car?" "He wants $5,800 for his car." A. How C. Where B. How much D. When 28. "How much money does he have?" "He $25.00." A. is C. have B. does D. has 57

30 The following are suggested answers to the Student Workbook exercises. IN ENGLISH VOLUME 2 UNIT 5 Questions Workbook Pages It is over the street. 2. The festival is usually on the first weekend in October. Or It is usually on the first weekend in October. 3. The weather is usually nice in L. A. in the fall. Or It is usually nice in L. A. in the fall. 4. Yes, children play at the festival. Or Yes, they do. 5. Yes, people watch many kinds of shows. Or Yes, they do. 6. Yes, there is lots of food at the festival. Or Yes, there is. 7. There are all kinds of food at the festival. 8. Yes, there are thousands of people here. Or Yes, there are. 9. People come from all parts of L. A. Or They come from all parts of L. A. 10. They eat, drink and see many interesting things. 11. Yes, the man has a cup in his hand. Or Yes, he does. 12. No, it is hot today. Or No, it isn t. 13. Yes, it is. 14. No, people sometimes bring their dogs. Or No, they don t. 15. The bridge is over the road. Or It is over the road. 16. The man has a microphone in his hand. Or He has a microphone in his hand. 17. Yes, the crowd likes the show. Or Yes, it does. 18. They have on sunglasses because it is very sunny. 19. Those are the San Gabriel mountains. Or They are the San Gabriel mountains.

31 20. The building on the left is very old. Or It is very old. 21. Yes, the kids like balloons. Or Yes, they do. 22. They are Hawaiian dancers. 23. Yes, people sing and dance at the festival. Or Yes, they do. 24. No, he doesn t. 25. He sells kaleidoscopes. 26. They play Brazilian music. Or The group plays Brazilian music. 27. Yes, people have a good time at the festival. Or Yes, they do. Writing Workbook Pages Do you drink orange juice? Yes, I do. When do you drink orange juice? In the morning. 2. Do they like their coffee with sugar? No, they don t. How do they like their coffee? They like it with cream and sugar. 3. Does the soup taste good? Yes, it does. How does the soup taste? It tastes good. 4. Are the Arco Towers tall? Yes, they are. How tall are they? They are very tall. 5. Does he drink a lot of coffee? Yes, he does. How much coffee does he drink? He drinks a lot. 6. Does she have three dollars in her wallet? No, she doesn t. How much money does she have in her wallet? She has two dollars. 7. Do you go to the mountains in the summer? Yes, we do. Why do you go to the mountains in the summer? Because it is hot in the summer. 8. Do you have (Ann s) book in your bag? No, I don t. Whose book do you have in your bag? I have Richard s. 9. Do they have her car at their house? Yes, they do. Whose car do they have at their house? They have her car. Note: There are a number of correct options for the words enclosed in ( ).

32 Test: Unit 5 Workbook Pages B 8. A 15. D 22. C 2. C 9. C 16. C 23. D 3. D 10. D 17. A 24. D 4. B 11. B 18. B 25. A 5. A 12. A 19. C 26. C 6. D 13. D 20. C 27. B 7. C 14. D 21. B 28. D

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