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3 CONTENTS 1 pp pp pp pp pp pp pp Modern Movies Books for Everyone Tste of the rts Culture for the Young The Orient Express Where to Sty? Tking Tour Summer Mdness UNIT TOPIC LNGUGE Vocbulry Consolidtion 1 pges Wht did you sy? Finding Job Fun Vction The Best Wy Forwrd Ls Vegs The City of the Night For Rent Shopper s Prdise Life in the City Vocbulry Consolidtion 2 pges Return to the Moon Instnt Entertinment Understnding Science Sponsorship Progrms Mn s Best Friend Envirocre Newsletter Going Bck to Nture Why don t they cre? pp Vocbulry ry Consolidtion 3 pges To see or not to see... How to Lose Weight Stying in Shpe Teen Troubles Hlloween Interntionl Tstes Different Cultures Fr from Home Vocbulry Consolidtion 4 pges The rts Trvel & Holidys Eduction, Work & Leisure ctivities City Life Technology Nture Helth Celebrtions & Different Cultures Tenses Impertive Further Grmmr Prctice Nouns (Plurls, Countble / Uncountble Nouns, Nouns followed by singulr or plurl verb) djectives dverbs Very Too Enough Comprison The Infinitive The Gerund Infinitive or gerund? Prticiples The Subjunctive Conditionls Unrel Pst Would Rther Hd Better Exclmtory Structures Some ny No Expressing Quntity Singulr or plurl verb? Possessives Further Grmmr Prctice rticles Both ll Whole Ech Every Either Neither None Not one So do I Neither / Nor do I One Ones Other Others nother One nother / Ech other Further Grmmr Prctice CompriGES Like - s Modls Further Grmmr Prctice Further Grmmr Prctice Emphtic Structures Inversion Further Grmmr Prctice MPLE E PGES The Pssive The custive use of hve / get Reported Speech Questions (Question Tgs - Question Words - Indirect Questions) Further Grmmr Prctice Reltive Cluses Cluses of Mnner Cluses of Time Conjunctions Cluses of Reson Two Objects Cluses of Purpose Structures with it Cluses of Result Structures with there Cluses of Contrst / Further Grmmr Concession Prctice Grmmr Reference pges

4 VOCBULRY Definitions, Synonyms, Word formtion, Confusble words, Phrsl verbs, Idioms, Prepositionl phrses, Topic-relted vocbulry, Colloctions, Prepositions, Word distrctors Synonyms, Definitions, Word formtion, Topic-relted vocbulry, Colloctions, Prepositions, Confusble words, Idioms, Phrsl verbs, Word distrctors Definitions, Synonyms, Word Formtion, Colloctions, Words with similr sounds, Prepositionl phrses, Confusble words, Compounds, Idioms, Phrsl verbs, Topic-relted vocbulry, Prepositions, Word distrctors Definitions, Synonyms, Compounds, Word Formtion, Confusble words, Phrsl verbs, Topic-relted vocbulry, Idioms, Prepositions, Colloctions, Prepositionl phrses, Word distrctors PLE Synonyms, Definitions, Word Formtion, Idioms, Topic-relted vocbulry, PL Compounds, Phrsl verbs, Confusble words, Prepositions, ons ECCE Prt 1 Colloctions, Prepositionl phrses, Word distrctors Synonyms, Definitions, Word Formtion, Idioms, Similes, Prepositionl phrses, Topic-relted vocbulry, Confusble words, ECCE Prt 2 Nouns used s verbs, Prepositions, Colloctions, Phrsl Verbs, Prefixes, Word distrctors Synonyms, Definitions, Word Formtion, Idioms, Phrsl Verbs, Colloctions, Topic-relted vocbulry, Prepositionl phrses, ECCE Prt 1 Confusble words, Prefixes, Prepositions, Word distrctors Definitions, Synonyms, Word formtion, Confusble words, Phrsl verbs, Idioms, Food vocbulry, Prepositions, Colloctions, Prepositionl phrses, Topic-relted vocbulry, Word distrctors LISTENING SPEKING WRITING ECCE Prt 1 ECCE Prt 2 ECCE Prt 1 ECCE Prt 2 ECCE Prt 2 Discussion Responding to visuls - poster, leflet ECCE Prt 2 - choosing between two options Discussing sttements Discussion Responding to visuls - timetble, leflet ECCE Prt 2 - helping to solve problem Problem-solving Discussion Responding to visuls - pictures, dverts ECCE E Prt 2 - choosing between two options sking for nd giving dvice Discussion Responding to visuls - photos ECCE Prt 2 - helping to solve problem Discussing sttements Discussion Responding to visuls - photos, pictures ECCE Prt 2 - choosing between two options Prioritizing Discussion Responding to visuls - leflet, photos ECCE Prt 2 - helping to solve problem Discussing hedlines Discussion Responding to visuls - photos Role-ply ECCE Prt 2 - choosing between two options Discussion Responding to visuls - photos, poster ECCE Prt 2 - helping to solve problem Discussing dvntges nd disdvntges letter of opinion n essy discussing the cuses of problem nd its solutions letter of opinion n essy discussing contemporry socil issue letter of nomintion n essy discussing the cuses of problem nd mking suggestions s to how to solve it M PL LE PGES letter mking suggestions n essy discussing the dvntges nd disdvntges of prticulr topic

5 LESSON MODERN MOVIES REDING The Twilight movies hve been huge success in movie theters worldwide. They center on love story between humn, Bell Swn, nd vmpire, Edwrd Cullen. The two find themselves strongly ttrcted to ech other, nd fce chllenges in both the rel nd supernturl world from Bell s concerns over ging to fierce werewolves nd powerful vmpires. Twilight s success hs even led to plns for nother remke of the first clssic vmpire story, Drcul. So, wht is it tht people find so ppeling bout these kinds of movies? One fctor hs to be the qulity of the numerous specil effects. Viewers feel like they re ctully wtching people turn into werewolves, or seeing vmpires flying through h the sky becuse the effects re so cleverly done. In other words, relity nd fiction become one. This, of course, is true of mny of the movies tht re mde nowdys. In the pst, it ws difficult to recrete n imginry world on screen in believble wy. nyone who hd hd the mgicl experience of reding books such s C.S. Lewis The Chronicles of Nrni or Tolkien s The Lord of the Rings often felt disppointed d by the screen version. Even s specil effects were being developed, few directors took on the chllenge of such huge projects. ll tht hs now chnged, nd so we hve the privilege of being ble to enter the mgicl world of Hrry Potter, visit n lien plnet in vtr or witness the world ending in With such mzing experiences es on offer, it is not surprising tht going to the movies hs once gin become populr pstime. DISCUSSION Wht kind of movies do you enjoy? Why? Which would you prefer to go nd see movie or ply? Wht is your fvorite movie? Wht is it bout? 4

6 COMPREHENSION CHECK Use the text to nswer the questions. 1 The Twilight movies... focus on love story between two vmpires. b feture humns nd supernturl chrcters. c re bout fighting between vmpires nd humns. d do not use specil effects. 2 Vmpire movies... hve been populr before. b re lwys bout Drcul. c hve not been successful. d re usully love stories. 3 In the pst, specil effects... were lwys used relisticlly. b were never used for big movies. c did not lwys crete relistic scene. d were used only for movies bsed on books. VOCBULRY CHECK 1 Find words in the text which men: 2 Mtch the words with their menings. 1 wild nd dngerous (pr. 1)... 2 very strong (pr. 1)... 3 mny (pr. 2)... 4 unrel (pr. 3)... WORD FORMTION Complete the tble. VERB 1 ttrct DJECTIVE(S) (+ opposite if exists) disppointed disppointing (un)imgintive (un)imginble imginry NOUN Wht is ttrcting people to movie theters nowdys? the chnce to lern bout modern technology b the bility of movies to frighten people c the simpler plots of modern movies d the opportunity to be prt of something imginry 5 Wht does the writer use the movies mentioned in the lst prgrph s exmples es of? movies tht use impressive specil effects b movies tht took long time to mke c movies tht ren t very relistic d movies where specil effects weren t relly necessry b 1 fctor... 2 chllenge... 3 project... 4 privilege... P b c d reson dvntge difficult tsk plnned piece of work Complete the sentence using word from the tble. 1 Tim s exm results were... s everyone hd expected him to do well. 2 You need to hve good... to write children s books. 3 Louise s new hircut mde her look more The ctor s performnce ws so... tht the children were quite scred relity 5

7 RELTED VOCBULRY 1 Fill in the correct noun: subtitles, cst, producer, loction. 1 The desert scenes will be filmed on... in Tunisi. 2 They will need huge... for the bttle scenes. 3 We sw Germn film with English The... hd used more thn hlf of his budget on costumes. 3 Fill in the correct noun: offers, occsions, needs, gents. 1 New drm schools re to be built tht only students with specil.... will ttend. 2 My wife nd I like to go out for dinner on specil... like birthdys or nniversries. 3 t this time of yer, there re mny specil... on t the theter, ter, especilly for fmilies. 4 Specil... serched the museum, believing there to be stolen goods inside. 4 WORDS ESILY CONFUSED b Study the difference. imginry: not rel, only existing in the mind imginry fers imgintive: 1) hving or showing imgintion n imgintive child 2) produced by n imgintive person; cretive n imgintive ide / design imginble: tht cn be imgined / is possible to imgine He did it for no imginble reson. MPLE E Fill in: imginry, imgintive or imginble. 1 She turned up in the prettiest dress She s one of the most... students in the school. 3 Mny children develop fers of... dngers. 4 Tht ws very... essy you wrote. 2 Fill in the correct verb in the pproprite form: show, set, str, ply. 1 The story is... during the Second World Wr. 2 The director hdn t decided who would... the role of the king. 3 It ws Juli Roberts who... in the movie Pretty Womn. 4 The Odeon is... Gone with The Wind gin. PHRL VERBS P pospges Study the phrsl verbs nd then fill in the correct preposition / prticle to complete the short review. brek down = stop working brek into = enter plce using force brek out = 1 begin suddenly 2 escpe from plce bring bout = cuse Jimmy Doe s ltest movie, Run For It!, is bout two prisoners who try to [1]... of jil. They get n opportunity to escpe when riot [2].... This llows the two prisoners to [3]... the min control room nd dmge the equipment. The min computer system then [4]..., unlocking ll the doors. Wht [5]... the riot? Hd it been plnned? Will the two prisoners be successful in their ttempt to escpe? Wtch the movie to find out! 6

8 GRMR [See the Grmmr Reference section t the bck of the book.] 1 Fill in the present progressive, simple present or present perfect (simple / progressive). 1 How long... it... (rin)? bout six hours. 2 They... constntly... (rgue) bout money. 3 PLNE... (CRSH) INTO TRUCK ON HIGHWY! 4 Juli... (drive) me to work every dy this week. 5 They... (think) bout moving house soon. 6 This is the first time I... (et) lobster you... (be) in this city long? 8 I... (know) Crl for ten yers nd we re still relly good friends. 2 Fill in the simple pst, pst progressive or pst perfect (simple / progressive). 1 She... (mke) dinner when the doorbell rng. 2 It ws the second time Mrth... (visit) Los ngeles. 3 Steven... (go) swimming every dy in ugust. 4 We... (not drive) for more thn n hour when we rn out of gs. 5 When I sw her, her eyes were red. I m sure she... (cry). ORL PRCTICE Look t the dvertisement nd nswer the questions. Which movie looks the most interesting to you? Why? Wht do you think the plot of ech movie is? Discuss your ides. WORD DISTRCTORS RS Choose the correct nswer. 1 Mr Brown is wy... business. t b on c for d to 2 I only know him by.... sight b hert c fce d look MPLE LE 3 They were identicl twins nd I couldn t... one from the other. mrk b sy c tell d notice 4 Oh, no! I ve... my purse t home. forgotten b missed c let d left 5 I m sorry, but your husbnd hs been... in n ccident t work. wounded b pined c injured d dmged PGES ES 6 It ws relly difficult finding prking... ner the office. ground b lot c plce d grge 7 I... I hdn t trusted him. wish b hope c rther d prefer 8... we leve now, we won t ctch the bus. If b Except c lthough d Unless 9 I don t know why you re... worried bout Henry; he s fine. such b enough c so d too 10 She... me to tke the next left if I wnted to void the trffic. dvised b pointed c suggested d sid 7

9 LESSON B BOOKS FOR EVERYONE REDING ❶ IT S LL JPNESE TO ME! Suki Hirohito This mini-book is designed to help lerners of Jpnese recognize Jpnese chrcters more esily nd mke better sense of them. The menings of mny of the more commonly used ones re given nd their culturl menings nlyzed. ❷ BENJIN FRNKLIN, THE MN HIMSELF Dniel Bell Red by Keith Ingrm The ltest in long line of biogrphies by fmous historin Dniel Bell gives us Benjmin Frnklin, perhps the most symbolic yet enigmtic of our ntion s forefthers. Written in Bell s own personl style, the book introduces us to sides of this gret leder tht we probbly never knew existed. Sit bck nd relx s Keith Ingrm nrrtes the story of how Frnklin s shrp mind nd excellent writing skills helped him become such populr sttesmn. ❸ STRNGE TLE By Crl Reeves Cover-to-cover ction-pcked crime fiction with privte eye Nick Goldberg, his trusted prtner Tim Crter, nd Lur Spelling his efficient secretry. Goldberg nd his tem re clled in to investigte the mysterious disppernce of young ctress. s. The plot becomes interesting when in his serch for Hyley Bridges, Goldberg comes cross her body nd ends up becoming the number one suspect for her murder! ❹ THE HISTORY OF CHICGO By Slly Knight This book tkes you bck to Chicgo t the beginning of the twentieth century. Combining more thn 100 blck nd white imges nd including the unique true-life experiences of over 150 locl people, this history book hs relly personl touch. Recollections of Chicgo dily life, the wr yers, s well s sports nd recretion keep you turning the pges. ❺ THE LONG ROD By Kirsty Jordn Ellie Donovn is hppy teenger growing up in country town tht is, until she nd her fmily re forced to leve for New York in serch of better future. Ellie s prents both tke on jobs in fctory, leving them exhusted every evening. Seeing this, young Ellie decides not to confide in them when she becomes victim of bullying t school nd ends up suffering from n eting disorder. The rod to recovery is long nd hrd. 8

10 DISCUSSION Which of these books ppels most to you? Why? Wht kind of books do you prefer to red? Why? COMPREHENSION CHECK You re interested in buying some books s Christms presents. Red the book covers to find the nswers to these questions. 1 Which book tells the story of fmous person's life? 1 b 2 c 3 d 4 2 Which book would mke good present for somebody who enjoys detective stories? 1 b 2 c 3 d 4 VOCBULRY CHECK 1 Mtch the words with their menings. 2 Find words in the text tht men: 1 shrp... 2 efficient... 3 mysterious... 4 unique... b c d doing sth well belonging to / connected cted with one prticulr person, plce or thing difficult to understnd or explin quick to understnd or notice things WORD FORMTION VERB... 2 introduce (un)recognizble... 4 suspect... 1 tells (book 2)... 2 crefully exmine (book 3)... 3 memories (book 4)... 4 ct of returning to good helth (book 5)... Complete e the tble. b Complete the sentence using word from the tble. 1 DJECTIVE(S) (+ opposite if exists) exhusted exhusting 3 Which books re eductionl? 1, 2 nd 3 b 1, 2 nd 4 c 1, 2 nd 5 d 2, 3 nd 4 4 Which book tells you how somebody got over serious illness? 2 b 3 c 4 d 5 M PL LE E PGG NOUN(S) Which book includes rel-life ccounts? 1 b 3 c 4 d 5 6 Which books could you listen to? 1 nd 2 b 1 nd 5 c 2 nd 4 d 3 nd 5 1 Everyone greed tht the... to the book ws very good. 2 The mn ws behving in very... wy, so she clled the police. 3 Both tennis plyers were... by the end of the mtch. 4 Crl hd chnged so much tht he ws lmost.... 9

11 RELTED VOCBULRY 1 Mtch the idioms in color with their menings. 1 The compny does everything by the book to void problems with the tx office You should not judge book by its cover; Ben my dress strngely, but he s lovely person I know Tom so well I cn red him like book he s definitely ngry.... b c understnd exctly wht someone is thinking or feeling do something ccording to the rules or lws not form n opinion of someone from their ppernce or mnner only 2 Fill in the correct word: novelist, editor, journlist, publisher, biogrpher. 1 (n)... is someone who writes the story of nother person s life. 2 (n)... is the person in chrge of mgzine or newspper nd who decides wht should be included d in it. 3 (n)... is writer or reporter of news stories. 4 (n)... prepres pres nd prints mgzines or books for the public. 5 (n)... writes books bsed on imginry people, plces, etc. PLE PREPOSITIONL PHRSES Fill in the correct prepositionl phrse to complete the dilog. t the ltest t length t first t lst t the ge of t lest CELEBRITY: INTERVIEWER: I knew [1]... seven tht I wnted to be n ctress, in fct I never hd ny doubt. Relly! Ws it your fther who influenced your decision? fter ll, I know your mother wsn t hppy bout it, nd your fther is very fmous nd successful ctor. CELEBRITY: Well, no. You see, [2]..., my fther greed with my mother, nd it wsn t until he sw my first movie tht he dmitted [3]... tht I hd mde the right creer choice. PGES INTERVIEWER: CELEBRITY: nd I m sure your fns would gree. You ve received gret reviews for [4]... hlf of the movies you ve been in. Wht s next? I m not relly llowed to discuss [5]... the movie I m now working on, but I cn tell you tht it will be out by June [6]..., nd it is very different from nything I ve done so fr. 3 Mtch the words with their menings. 1 pperbck... 2 literture... 3 edition... 4 fiction... b c d prticulr version of book writing bsed on imginry people nd events books, plys nd poems book with soft cover 10

12 GRMR [See the Grmmr Reference section t the bck of the book.] WORD DISTRCTORS 1 Tick if the sentence is correct or correct the error. 1 Sit down. We re bout to hve dinner. 2 She hs to spek to Jmes since lst month. 3 How long hve the girls been knowing ech other? 4 I hven t been feeling well ltely. 5 Hve some cke while you will be witing. 6 Will you hve finished your homework until ten o clock? 7 It is rining hevily for four hours now. 8 Tht s pretty dress. Who hs mde it? 2 Fill in the correct future tense of the verbs given. Wendy Knowels is college student. This time next month, she (1) her finl exms. Wendy wnts to do well on her exms nd hopes tht by this summer she (2)... good job. If she cn t find one on her own, she (3)... for her fther for while, lthough she doesn t wnt to do tht yet. Wendy s fther is businessmn nd by this time next yer he (4)... his own compny for twenty yers. Wendy (5)... the fmily business eventully. She hopes tht by the time her fther is redy to retire, she (6)... enough experience to do so. ORL PRCTICE 1 tke 2 find 3 work 4 run Look t the leflet nd nswer the questions. County Book Fir 10th yer of our nnul literture event! Stnds: Locl writers Clssics Best-sellers Foreign lnguge works 5 tke over 6 gin Choose the correct nswer. 1 There ws such thick fog tht they couldn t... nything. mke out b see through c show up d look into 2 I ll do it,... you never sk me gin. s long b only c provided d so long 3 She ws... with robbery. ccusedcuse b sentenced c rrested d chrged 4 He... to listen to word she ws sying. denied b permitted c ccepted d refused 5... broken leg, he went on the excursion. In spite of b On ccount c lthough d Due to PGES P my mother, I never get up lte. Except b Unlike c Besides d ginst 7 ren t you... to be t work by now? supposed b hoped c thought d supposing 8 She ws shown jewels tht were.... Nobody could fford to buy them. priceless b invluble c worthless d worthy 9 People usully decide to get in... just before the beginning of summer. shpe b form c fitness d body lso: Get successful uthor s opinion on your work! Enjoy sunset poetry redings! 10th-17th ugust. ll the fmily welcome. Wht type of books cn you find t the book fir? Wht cn you enjoy in the evenings? Wht cn you trde? Exchnge old books t our second-hnd stnd 10 I ve... weight. I must chnge my lifestyle. received b tken c put on d tken on 11

13 LESSON C TSTE OF THE RTS REDING PINE CITY RTS COUNCIL is n orgniztion tht supports nd sponsors locl rtists in both the performing nd visul rts. series of rts events re put on throughout the yer, ending with the nnul four-dy rts Festivl held in vrious loctions throughout the city. You nd your fmily re invited to ttend. WHT TO EXPECT THERE... Over 100 tlented visul rtists will be displying nd selling their works of rt. Hve your portrit sketched by professionl rtist for $8. For the younger genertion, fce pinting will be vilble long with mini-performnces by vrious rtists in the squre opposite Mrshll s Shopping ping Mll. True to trdition, the public will be ble to view the works of some of the more fmous mericn rtists. The Museum of Contemporry rt hs once gin decided not to sk its usul $10 dmission fee. (No cmers llowed.) Meet the rtists in person on the second dy of the festivl. Le Goldmn: still lifes nd humn figures Dougls Schneider: relistic food Kte Jckson: brethtking lndscpes On outdoor stges there will l be theter nd dnce performnces in the mornings, nd music in the evenings. The schedule is s follows: Thursdy June 26th: Fridy June 27th: Sturdy June 28th: Sundy June 29th: MORNING ENTERTINMENT THE PECEP CENTER Plys by Neil Simon THET PECE CENTER Trditionl country nd western dnces TRINITY SQURE Bllroom dncing mrthon. Entrnts py $10 ech to prticipte. Prize: $1,000. THE PECE CENTER INTERNTIONL DY The Blck Theter, Prgue puts on nother one of its thrilling performnces. EVENING ENTERTINMENT IRWIN PRK Ntive mericn groups IRWIN PRK Selection of locl bnds FRNKLIN SQURE Selection of locl bnds cting s support groups to Seeking Irony. IRWIN PRK Selection of locl bnds. Following this, locl resturnts will serve delicious Interntionl-style cuisine. s lwys, the selection of rts events re wide nd interesting. Where else could you nd your fmily enjoy whole dy of entertinment free of chrge? Dontions re welcome. 12

14 COMPREHENSION CHECK You re shopping in Pine City when you re hnded this leflet bout the rts Festivl. Look t the leflet to find the informtion you need to nswer the questions. 1 Wht is not true bout the festivl? It lsts for four dys. b You hve to buy tickets for ll the events. c It is held throughout the city. d It is held every yer. 2 You would like to see disply of trditionl dnces. Where should you go? The Pece Center b Irwin Prk c Trinity Squre d Frnklin Squre 3 You would like to et something fter n event. Which dy should you go on? Thursdy b Fridy c Sturdy d Sundy VOCBULRY CHECK 1 Replce the word(s) in bold with words from the text. 1 These pintings were creted by locl schoolchildren The choosing of finlists will tke plce on Sturdy Mediterrnen food is well known for its helth benefits The compny gve the school ol generous gift of money to help with the cost of the new computers.... RELTED VOCBULRY RY 1 Put the words in the correct plce: bllet, oper, sculpture, portrit, concert, drm, lndscpe, exhibition fine rts MPLE performing rts... 4 On which dy will you be ble to cht to fmous mericn pinters? Fridy b Sturdy c Sundy d every dy 5 Wht would you expect to py $10 for? entry to the Museum of Contemporry rt b your portrit c tking prt in competition d dontion 2 Mtch the words with their opposites. b 1 ttend... 2 disply... 3 prticipte... 1 professionl... 2 contemporry... 3 brethtking... b c b c be bsent from not tke prt hide old-fshioned unimpressive mteur 2 Tick the words which cn go with the words in bold. disply P ES exhibit show something to somebody items in store window movie something in gllery / museum

15 PREPOSITIONS 1 Choose the correct preposition. Pete: Jill: Pete: ccording [1] with / to this rticle, tht new rtist hs been ccused [2] to / of some terrible behvior t prties. It lso suggests tht he s ddicted [3] to / with drugs! I bet this will come s shock to him; he s not ccustomed [4] of / to bd publicity. It my even ffect his reputtion in the rt world. I suppose you re right. The wy the medi tkes dvntge [5] to / of fmous people when they do something wrong is relly wful. 2 Fill in the correct preposition to complete the text. bout for to of on s young student, she couldn t believe her luck when she cme fce to fce with such fmous rtist, but she ws too scred to sk him for dvice [1]... her own work or bout which rt course to pply ply [2].... Insted, despite being somewht frid [3]... interrupting him, she st close by nd strted to drw him. When he pssed her nd looked t the drwing, she ws extremely nxious [4]... wht he ws going to sy. However, just s she ws thinking bout pologizing [5]... him for not hving sked his permission, he gve smile nd put big tick next to her portrit. t GRMR [See the Grmmr Reference section t the bck of the book.] 1 Fill in the simple present, present progressive or present perfect (simple / progressive). 1 This is the second time he... (fll off) his horse. 2 How much... this jcket... (cost)? 3 My dughters... lwys... (bring) home stry dogs nd cts. 4 You... (ply) in the snow for hours. You must be freezing. 2 Correct the six errors in tense. MPL 1 It s been lo long time since we hven t herd from Jenny. You re right. I ought to cll her when I will get bck from work tonight. 2 Where re you going with tht pint? I will be going to pint the fence. 3 Who do you wit for, Brin? Elizbeth. Oh, here she is coming! 4 Lst week, I went to the bech every morning. I see. So while I ws working t the office, you hd been surfing. Yes. I hope you ren t too jelous. 5 Grndd lwys... (tell) me exciting stories. 6 Your perfume... (smell) wonderful. 7 We... (know) Greg since he ws three you... (enjoy) the movie? 14

16 SPEKING Sitution You nd your fmily re going to locl culturl festivl. The group includes young children nd dults. Choose which form of entertinment you will go to. Your Tsk Look t the pictures below nd sk: Where do the performnces tke plce? How do the people perform? Who do the performnces ppel to? When you hve ll the informtion you need, explin which form of entertinment you think would be the most pproprite nd why. Be redy to explin why you did not choose the other option. ES mgicin guitrist / singer Remember Use the informtion you lern from sking the questions to explin your finl choice. WORD DISTRCTORS Choose the correct nswer. 1 He hd to py... fine for speeding. strong b hevy c hrd d high 2 They broke... becuse they didn t love ech other nymore. up b down c out d in 3 Medicine must be kept out... rech of children. of b from c off d thn 4 He ws... with envy when he sw her expensive new cr. yellow b white c green d red 5 We hdn t seen ech other for ges, so we hd lot to... up on. ctch b tlk c bring d spek MPLE 6 Be creful not to brek my.... coffee of cup b cup of coffee c cup coffee d coffee cup 7 Oh, she s (n)... person. Just like the rest of us. typicl b ordinry c routine d everydy 8 Wht cn we do to... him to sty? persude b mke c suggest d insist 9 He... gret pride in his child s progress. hs b give c pys d tkes 10 Pollution... the environment. wounds b hurts c hrms d injures 15

17 LESSON D CULTURE FOR THE YOUNG WRITING Here is n rticle tht ws recently published in the Knss City News. KNS CITY COUNCIL is plesed to nnounce tht lrge sum of money hs been generously donted by one of the city s most successful businessmen, Mr Thoms Fitzgerld. Mr Fitzgerld stted clerly tht the money should be used either to fund new culturl center for the city s youth, or, lterntively, to buy more books, CDs nd equipment for the city s librries. fter much discussion, council members decided tht the money is to go towrd updting the city s librry fcilities since the council feels tht no one would be interested in the culturl center, especilly lly young people. Penny dms red this rticle nd decided to write letter to the newspperr expressing e ressing her opinion on Knss City Council s decision. This is wht she wrote. e my rite in nd shr w to d h st ju s City, I felt I dontion. Der Editor, ttzgerld s kind ent here in Kns Fi ud s st ol om ho Th r sc M g to sy tht s senior high ncil concerning deccision, I hve by the City Cou r e ei th d m ng hi on si c ci ent in re views on the de ng new equipm e council fced yi th bu ty d ul r ic ff w di to e ite th to the gerld s money While I pprec putting Mr Fitz true picture s of e ve id h e t th no ith gree w cil members do in fvor of I strongly dis inion, the coun mit tht I ws op d t y m us m In I s. f, el rie r okworm mys now certin for our locl lib e dys. s bo crefully, I m es e th or m le it op t pe ou g b t un interests of yo, hving though lities. However ci f ry r lib e g people improving th er where youn nt ce l. ur ke lt t cu is m icipte in ffrom most is tht it would be would benefit urged to prt ty co ci s en is e th t r h e w w even though e during the Without doubt, ne hs the tim lents. You see, yo t er ic tic ev st t tis no r r e, ei lif ity cn develop th hout our school e the opportun nd rt tthroug is would provid th m m s dr ch s su t er ch ou t nt ctivities su sed to hnging b lieve tht ce be po ly m op fir s so e, l tiv I. si o this something po school dy to do eeir energy into th l ne n ch to people for young p ouble. from the d getting into tr n l l m pe somebody l ho c I lo t the th y s o ld like to ider their I wou s them to recons In conclusion, de u rs pe it t is letter nd th council reds th decision. Sinceerely, Penny dms COMPREHENSION CHECK Write T for True or F for Flse. Penny is writing to thnk Mr Fitzgerld for his dontion. Penny thinks tht the money should go towrd some new pictures for the librry. Penny sys tht there re fcilities for rt nd drm in schools. In Penny s opinion, mny young people my choose to go to the culturl center s opposed to the mll. 5 Penny sys tht she hopes tht no one from the council reds her letter

18 VOCBULRY CHECK Tick only the correct sentences. 1 When you nnounce something, you sell it. 2 When somebody funds something, they provide money for it. 3 When you updte something, you mke it more old-fshioned. 4 If you re in fvor of something, you support it. WRITING SKILLS 1 Tick the sentences tht express opinion. 1 There seems to be no reson why you should not sk them. 2 Personlly, I consider it to be wste of time. 3 s fr s I m concerned, his behvior ws uncceptble. 4 It s not tht I m not interested in your offer, but tht I hve no money t the moment. 5 s I see it, it would be in your best interests to go. 2 Choose the correct nswer to complete the following letter extrcts. Der Editor, I m fifteen-yer-old high school student nd m [1]... reder of your newspper. I sw the rticle on Knss City Council s decision nd would like to sy tht I [2]... the opinion tht they re in the wrong. GES 1 routine b regulr 2 hold b keep b [1]..., it my be true tht some young people would not be tht enthusistic bout the ide t first. [2]..., it is my belief tht they would come round to the ide [3]... time. 1 ll in ll b In ll 2 However b Despite 3 on b in 3 Put the following in the correct boxes: In ddition, To sum up, Furthermore, In my view, Moreover, To my mind, To conclude, I m of the opinion tht, In conclusion S giving g your opinion dding ides summing up WRITING HELPLINE - VOCBULRY 1 Fill in mke or do. 2 Choose the correct preposition. 1 rrngements should be... for the forthcoming music festivl. 2 The rts Festivl would... lot of good for the re. 3 Something must be... to chnge their minds. 4 I m convinced tht this would... difference. 5 Not mny people would... use of these fcilities. 1 I feel tht the money should definitely be spent in / on something more worthwhile. 2 Everyone in the locl re would benefit of / from such scheme. 3 I hve to sy tht I feel the ide will be for / of little interest to nyone. 4 Is nyone interested in / on visiting the rt gllery? 17

19 PRE-WRITING DISCUSSION Do you gree with these sttements or not? Discuss the three sttements below, giving your opinion on ech of them. Young people hve little interest in the rts. rts festivls re enjoyble for the whole community. People benefit very little from visiting rt glleries. Useful Lnguge Personlly speking,... The wy I look t it is this... s I see it,... I firmly believe tht... I think... I strongly disgree with... S WRITING TSK Red the item below from locl newspper bout n rts festivl, nd then complete the tsk. rts & Entertinmentent Following recent decision tken by The City of Newport rts Council, the plnned Newport rts Festivl will not be tking plce this yer. Since the rts Council feels tht not mny people would hve ttended the event, it hs decided to use the money to buy some new pintings ing ngs for the Newport rt Gllery insted. Mr Rick Hrefield, Council Director, stted tht since the mjority of young people in Newport re not interested in the rts generlly, the rts Festivl would hve been put on for nothing. The Council would like to pologize for ny inconvenience tht this cnceltion hs cused. Write letter to the editor of the newspper expressing your opinion on the rts Council s decision. Sy wht you think young people s rections towrd the rts festivl would be nd wht you think should be done. Explin your views. Illustrte your viewpoint with exmples. You should write bout one pge. Use the Writing Tsk Sheets t the bck of the to Workbook. PRE-LISTENING Mtch the questions with suitble responses. 1 Wht s the best wy to get to the stdium?... It s tht big building next to the school Why re you lte?... Which one is your friend?... Cn you tell me where the doctor s is?... Ws the dress expensive?... b c d e I didn t wke up erly enough. You should tke the trin. They gve me 20% discount. She s the one with short, wvy hir. 18

20 19 LISTENING LISTENING Bnk Super Mrket Super Mrket B B B B B B B B B B C C C C C C C C C C Choose the correct nswer. MPLE M M M M M M E LE LE LE LE LE PLE PLE PL PL PL PL PLE LE PL PL PL PL PL PL PLE PLE LE PL PL B PGES P P GES GES ES ES ES ES GES GE GES GES C

21 FURTHER GRMR PRCTICE Choose the correct nswer. 1 Why is Dvid worried? It s obvious tht there s nothing... his wife. tht mtters b the mtter bout c the mtter with d mtter with 2 Mrs Hooper told us... her dog fter 8 p.m. tht we not feed b not to feed c not feeding d don t feed 3 re you going to buy the cr? I.... It s too expensive. doubt b doubt so c doubt this d doubt it 4 Rrely... her grndprents during the week. does she visit b she is visiting c she visits d is she visiting 5 The Mfi leder... living in Brzil. believed to be b is believed to be c is believed tht he is d is to be believed 6 The lst time I sw her she ws wlking... the direction of the bnk. in b t c on d to 7 Did you enjoy the musicl? No, nd... is more, the tickets were $100 piece! it b this c tht d wht 8 The plte set consists... sixty-four pieces. for b from c of d in MPLE 9 Everyone believed tht her chocolte cke... first prize. ws worthy of b ws worth for c ws worth of d worthy of 10 Your dughter is very.... creting b cretive c creted d cretion 11 Look, Evelyn seems... for someone. wit b to wit c witing d to be witing 12 Hve they hd ny visitors ltely? Not.... tht I know of b tht I know bout c for tht I know d from tht I know PGES 13 Brend ws the lst person... the computer. used b who hs used c to use d which used 14 Tht cup you re holding.... need to wsh b needs wshing c needs to wsh d need be wshed 15 My fther drives (n)... Mercedes. brown, beutiful, old b old, brown, beutiful c old, beutiful, brown d beutiful, old, brown 16 Since the txi is here, let s.... get to going b get going c get to go d to get going 20

22 17 Wht does his new couch look like? Well, it... his old one. is like b is the sme with c is like d is similr 18 I... to meet with the president of the compny t three o clock tomorrow. must b will c should d m 19 Success cn only... through ptience nd hrd work. to chieved b hve chieved c be chieved d chieve 20 The items... re in the grge. to be given wy b giving wy c of giving wy d for given wy 21 The rinforest hs rre flowers which cn t... in ny other prt of the world. find them b be found c find d found them 22 re you sure Drren sw the bnk robbery? Yes, he hd to... it becuse he ws stnding right outside the bnk. see b be seeing c hve hd seen d hve seen 23 Mrk s... the dinner check relly surprised us ll. to py b pying c py d pid 24 Lesley is used to... up erly. wke b be wking c be woken d being woken MPLE 25 Some cndles re not for burning; they re collector s items nd just... t. to look b looking c for look d to hve looked 26 Ws Mry s prtment broken into? I don t think so, or... clled the police when she got home. she would b she hd c she d hve d she d hd 27 Some sy there is nothing on tht islnd... dirt nd rocks. thn b other thn c else thn d except thn 28 I cn t cook dinner tonight; I m too exhusted. Wht do you think of... dinner for you? tht I cook b my to cook c me cook d my cooking PGES 29 Is Jenny ngry with me? Yes, nd she wishes you... more polite to her friends in the future. were b would be c re d will be 30 The ski slope ws... steeper thn I hd expected. too b enough c much d very 31 I hd to punish the boys becuse I cught them.... steling b stole c to stel d stel 32 Why did you close the door?... she wouldn t her us. For tht b So tht c So s d In order 21

23 33... the children in my clss, Dnny s the most tlented. From ll b In ll c Of ll d For ll 34 Wht we need most... medicine for the children. re b be c is d hve 35 Do you know who Tim Riley is? No.... does he look like? Wht b How c Which d Like wht 36 Which... these shirts would you choose to go with this suit? from b mong c between d of 37 The doctor dvised me to cut my sugr intke... hlf. in b with c by d for 38 How did you get to the nightclub?... Json s cr. In b By c By the d Into 39 n greement ws finlly signed... the three countries which ended the wr. in between b between c through d beneth 40 She hs told us... nothing bout wht hppened tht night. nerly b brely c hrdly d lmost MPLE 41 Would you be so kind... to pss the slt, plese? s b tht c in order tht d so 42 I cn t believe how cold it is. I know. It s... snow tonight. my b ought to c bound to d cn wht they produce is sold t the mrket. lot b Mny of c Much of d gret del 44 Twenty percent ent of the people in this district... Jeep. own b is owning c owns d hs owned PGES 45 s m model, she hs lwys prided herself... her ppernce. with b on c by d of you hve found house you like, we cn look into getting you bnk lon. While b Wheres c s d Once 47 Did you ever expect Mr Brown to buy puppy?... he hsn t given it bck yet surprises me. Becuse b s fct c Tht d Since 48 Wow! She hs chnged... ll recognition. Yes. It s mzing wht hir cut nd bit of mke-up cn do. pst b beyond c fr from d from 22

24 49 re you coming to the theter with us tonight? I suppose.... so b tht c yes d to 50 How long do you think they ll sty in Itly?..., three weeks. The most b Most c Mostly d t the most 51 The mount of food you ll hve to mke depends on how mny people.... do you invite b you invite c re you inviting d you inviting 52 I don t blme you for leving. In your position, I probbly... the sme. must hve done b hve done c would hve done d did 53 If you go to the mrket fter one o clock, the fruit costs hlf wht... in the morning. it hs cost b it cost c it ws costing d it hd cost 54 I will let you know s soon s the tsk.... finished b be finished c is finishing d is finished MPLE 55 Hve they finished building their house yet? No. They were... it by now, but the wether s been relly bd. finishing b to hve finished c be finishing d finished 56 The children cross the street usully... bsketbll on our drivewy. ply b re plying c hve plyed d plys 57 Does Jne wnt this blck sweter? I don t think so, or... pcked it with her other clothes. she hd b she d hd c she would d she d hve 58 Four o clock is good time to meet becuse I... time to finish the report by then. hve hd b will hve hd c hd d will be hving PGES 59 Did he win the rce? No, unfortuntely he didn t, but... mde us relly proud. for he s ctully competing b he to compete c tht he ctully competed d he competed it rins tomorrow, I promise I ll tke you to the circus. Despite b In spite c Even if d However 23

25 ON COURSE FOR YOUNGER LERNERS MICHIGN ECCE is n enjoyble nd motivting wy for younger students to prepre thoroughly for the ECCE. Designed to be used s either one-yer course or n intensive one-term course, the book provides wide rnge of exercises through which younger students will develop the skills needed to succeed in the exmintion. Key Fetures re: REDING: Interesting reding texts re included in every unit. Written in the style of the ECCE, they lso cover wide rnge of topics typicl of those found in the exmintion. The length of the texts nd the vocbulry re pproprite for younger lerners. VOCBULRY: Ech lesson hs vrious exercises covering themticlly relted vocbulry, confusble words, colloctions, synonyms, phrsl verbs, prepositions, nd so on, ll pproprite for younger lerners. GRMR: Grmmr prctice, in the style of the ECCE, ppers in every unit. Orgnized systemticlly, the exercises will help younger students become fmilir with the structures nd usge most commonly tested in the exmintion. WRITING: letter or n essy is presented in ech unit, followed by vriety of exercises covering vocbulry nd writing techniques. Younger students re thus ble to build up their writing skills to the stndrd required in the ECCE. SPEKING: rnge of speking exercises re provided in vrious contexts to enble younger students to develop their orl skills. LISTENING: Listening exercises, in the style of the ECCE, re included in every unit. The COURSEBOOKOK is ccompnied by WORKBOOK, which llows younger students to prctice nd consolidte olidte wht hs been tught. The course cn lso be used in conjunction with NEW GENERTION PRCTICE TESTS for the MICHIGN ECCE. ON COURSE FOR YOUNGER LERNERS MICHIGN ECCE will not only give younger students mple prctice in ll tsks found in the ECCE, but lso provide them with n excellent bsis on which to continue their studies towrd higher-level exmintions such s the MICHIGN ECPE. Components: Student s Coursebook Techer s Coursebook Student s Workbook Techer s Workbook Compnion Test Booklet CDs ISBN 13:

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