1 Unit Six What does he do? Target Language What does he do? He is a teacher. He teaches English five days a week at a language school. He uses the subway to commute to work. <Key Vocabulary> NOUNS language job subway bank chance people VERBS give use study commute meet ADJECTIVES busy ADVERBS sometimes LISTENING AND READING 1. Listen about Jim. 2. Read and listen. Jim is a teacher. He is 30 years old. He comes from Edinburgh in Scotland, but now he lives and works in Tokyo. He teaches English five days a week at a language school. He loves his job. It gives him a chance to meet people. He uses the subway to commute to work. He studies the folk art of Japan on Saturdays. He speaks three languages; English, Japanese, and French. He is married to a Japanese. His wife works for a bank and she is very busy. She sometimes plays the piano on weekends. He likes playing tennis and listening to music in his free time. He goes skiing in winter.
2 Six 3. Underline all the finite verbs in the text. is comes lives 4. What is the last letter of these verbs? PRONUNCIATION 5. Is -s pronounced /s/, /z/, or /ız/? Listen and write the verbs. -/s/ -/z/ -/ız/ works is teaches Practise saying them. How to choose between the three pronunciations -/ız/, -/z/, and -/s/ : GRAMMAR MEMO 1. Verbs like give can have two objects: give someone something. 2. a chance + to infinitive: a chance to go abroad a chance to learn English Add -/ız/ after consonants which have a hissing or buzzing sound: i.e. after /z/, /s/, /dʒ/, /tʃ/, /ʒ/, /ʃ/. Add -/z/ after any other voiced sound: i.e. after a vowel, or after the voiced consonants. Add -/s/ after any other voiceless sound: i.e. after the consonants /p/, /t/, /k/, /f /, /θ/. WRITING 7. Complete the sentences about Jim. 1. Jim.. from Edinburgh, but now he and.. in Tokyo. 2. What does he do?. English and he. his job. 3. It.. him a chance to meet people. 4. He the subway to commute to work. 5. He the folk art of Japan on Saturdays. 6. He. three languages. 7. His wife sometimes. the piano on weekends. 8. He playing tennis. 9. He skiing in winter.
3 Six Present Simple The Present Simple expresses a fact which is always or generally true. He comes from Edinburgh. He lives and works in Tokyo. It also expresses a present habit. She plays the piano on weekends. He goes skiing in winter. Form of the Present Simple We add s or es to the base form of the verb in the third person singular. He/ She/ It works. I/ You/ We/ They work. Most verbs add s in the third person singular. Add es when they end in -o, -s, -ch, -x, -sh (goes/ misses/ watches/ mixes/ finishes) If the verb ends in a consonant + -y, the y changes to ies (studies). But if the verb ends in a vowel + -y, the y does not change (plays). Have is irregular(have has) 8. Write the third person singular form of the verbs. 1. go 2. work.. 3. speak 4. have.. 5. study 6. play 7. watch.. 8. live.. 9. Change the sentences from positive to negative. 1. He comes from Edinburgh.. 2. He lives in Tokyo. 3. He speaks three languages. 4. She works for a bank She plays the piano on weekends Make questions. 1. does/ weekends / play / on / the / she / piano /? / 2. does/ where / he / live /? / 3. sports / does / what / play / he /? / 4. does / when / go / he / skiing /? / 5. he / does / what / study /? /
4 Six Present Simple Positive Negative I/You/We/They work. I/You/We/They don t work. He/She/It works. He/She/It doesn t work. Question When do I/ you/ we/ they work? When does he/she/it work? Yes/ No questions Short answers Do you/they work? No, I/we/they don t. Yes, I/we/they do. Does he/ she/ it work? No, he/she/it doesn t. Yes, he/she/it does. SPEAKING 11. Now answer your teacher s questions. Grammar Focus t t Present Simple : he/ she/ it give + someone + something WRITING WRITING Check 6 Word order Write the words in the correct order. Each sentence must begin with a capital letter. 1. him / his / meet / chance / gives / job / people / a / to /. / 2. uses / work / commute / he / subway / the / to / to /. / 3. of / folk / he / on / Saturdays / Japan / art / the / studies /. / 4. likes / tennis / he / his / playing / time / free / in /. /
5 Seven How long does it take to get into Rotterdam? Target Language Can you tell me if there s a night ferry from London to Rotterdam? How long does it take to get into Rotterdam? It takes thirteen hours. It takes me half an hour to get to work. It takes some time for me to go to sleep. <Key Vocabulary> NOUNS a travel agency a night ferry a night shift VERBS take CONJUNCTION if LISTENING AND READING 1. Listen to the conversation.
6 Seven 2. Read and listen. Travel agent : Can I help you? Traveller : Can you tell me if there s a night ferry from London to Rotterdam? Travel agent : Yes, it s eight o clock every evening. Traveller : How long does it take to get into Rotterdam? Travel agent : It arrives in Rotterdam at nine o clock the next morning. It takes thirteen hours. GRAMMAR MEMO Traveller : I see. Well, thank you. Can you tell me if...? If, in this context, is used to introduce clauses mentioning things that someone asks about. 3. Listen and repeat. 4. Roleplay. Your teacher is the travel agent. You are the traveller. 5. Change roles. 6. Listen about Q-ty. 7. Read and listen. Time expressions : for a length of time during which something happens or someone does something <Question> How long does it take (for you) to get to work? <Answer> It takes half an hour (for me) to get to work. =It takes (me) half an hour to get to work. ROLE PLAYING LISTENING AND READING Hi, I m Q-ty. I normally get up at 6 a.m. and go to work at 7. It takes me half an hour to get to work. I leave work at 4 in the afternoon and get home at 4:30. I usually have dinner at 6:00 and watch TV till 7:30. But I work on the night shift, from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m., every fortnight. When I m on the night shift, I set my alarm clock for 8 p.m. and go to bed at 1 p.m. But it takes some time for me to go to sleep. WRITING 8. Rewrite the above text in the third person singular. Q-ty normally gets up at 6 a.m. and goes to work at 7. It takes her half an hour to get to work. She...
7 Seven 9. Correct the four grammatical errors in the following two sentences. Q-ty arrives at home to the 4:30 o clock. She usually has a dinner at six o clock and watches TV till at 7:30. Grammar Focus t Time expressions for the length of time How long? It takes + time. t Uncountable noun dinner t Can you tell me if...? WRITING Check 7 Word order Write the words in the correct order. Each sentence must begin with a capital letter. 1. if / night / tell / you / me / there / a/ ferry / can / is /? / 2. into / it / long / get / take / does / Rotterdam / to / how /? / 3. half / her / takes / get / hour / to / to / work / an / it /. / 4. takes / to / for / it / go / me / to / some / sleep / time /. /
8 Eight First, lift the receiver. Target Language First, lift the receiver and hear a dial tone. Be careful. Don t dial the wrong number. Let s have a try. Please write your name here. <Key Vocabulary> NOUNS (tele)phone call phone number receiver VERBS make dial lift= pick up answer talk ring CONJUNCTION when ADJECTIVES wrong careful Hello, Mum? This is Emily...
9 Eight LISTENING AND READING GRAMMAR MEMO Your girl cousin is the daughter of your uncle or aunt. Your boy cousin is the son of your uncle or aunt. Your niece is the daughter of your sister or brother. Your nephew is the son of your sister or brother. 1. Listen to the conversation between Q-ty and her girl cousin Emily. Emily is Q-ty s aunt Alison s youngest daughter aged Read and listen. Emily : Q-ty, can you tell me how to make a telephone call to my mum, please? Q-ty : OK, Emily. First, lift the receiver and hear a dial tone. Then, dial the number. Be careful. Don t dial the wrong number. When your mum answers the phone, you just talk. That s all. Emily : I see. Let s have a try. First, I pick up the receiver. And then, I dial the number. Yes, it s ringing. Hello, Mum? This is Emily. GRAMMAR MEMO The phone is ringing am/ is/ are + verb -ing describes activities happening now. 3. Listen and repeat. The imperative We use imperatives to tell someone to do something. To form imperatives, we use the base form of a verb with no subject. We use imperatives for giving orders, making offers ( Have a cigarette. ), or giving directions ( Turn right at the first corner. ) or instructions ( Lift the receiver and hear a dial tone. ) Imperatives can be impolite. To make a request a little more polite, add please at the beginning or end of the sentence. To make an imperative negative, add Don t before the verb ( Don t work too hard. ) 4. Make the sentences negative. 1. Please open the window. 2. Stand up, please. 3. Use my book. 4. Please write your name here.
10 Eight 5. Make the sentences negative. 1. Let s watch TV. 2. Let s go to the cinema. 3. Let s dance. 6. Roleplay. 7. Change roles. Your teacher is Q-ty. You are Emily. Making suggestions Let s (=let us ) + Verb is a way of making a suggestion. A: It s a lovely day! What shall we do? B: Let s go swimming. A: Yes, let s. Do not forget the apostrophe. Lets go. To make a negative suggestion, say let s not: Let s not go out tonight. Let s don t go out. We use shall to ask for and make suggestions. What shall we do? ROLE PLAYING Grammar Focus t t t The imperative Making suggestions : Let s Be + ~ing WRITING Check 8 Word order Write the words in the correct order. Each sentence must begin with a capital letter. 1. to / how / make / please / tell / you / me / telephone / a/ call / can /? / 2. when / mum / the / just / talk / you / phone / answers / your /. / 3. tone / lift / and / hear / receiver / the / a / dial /. /
11 Nine Hello. Can I speak to Jason, please? Target Language Hello. Can I speak to Jason, please? This is Jason. Just a minute, please. Is Saturday afternoon OK for tennis? We re having a party at my house on Sunday. LISTENING AND READING 1. Listen to the telephone conversations. For each conversation, write them in the correct order. A. Q-rex and Jason ( 5 ) I m OK, thanks. ( ) Very well, thanks. And you? ( ) Hello, Jason. It s Q-rex here. ( ) Q-rex! How are you? ( ) Hello, B. Q-ty and Jason ( ) Bye, Q-ty. ( ) Good! I ll see you on Saturday at two o clock, then. Bye! ( ) Hello. Can I speak to Jason, please? ( ) Yes, that s fine. ( 1 ) Hello. ( ) Oh! Hi, Jason. This is Q-ty. Is Saturday afternoon OK for tennis? ( ) This is Jason. C. Jason and Jenny ( ) No, it isn t. Just a minute, please. ( 1 ) Hello. ( ) Hello. Is that Mary? D. Jason and Mary ( ) Bye. ( ) Hi, Mary. It s Jason. We re having a party at my house on Sunday. Can you come? ( ) Never mind. Perhaps next time. Bye. ( ) Oh sorry, Jason. I can t. It s my sister s wedding. ( 1 ) Hello, Mary here. GRAMMAR MEMO Hello As a greeting when you see or meet someone. When answering the telephone or starting a telephone conversation. GRAMMAR MEMO Present Progressive Be + V-ing We re having a party at my house on Sunday. The Present Progressive also describes an activity in the near future. I am (not) playing tennis this weekend.
12 Nine ROLE PLAYING 2. Roleplay. 3. Change roles. 4. Roleplay. 5. Change roles. 6. Roleplay. 7. Change roles. 8. Roleplay. 9. Change roles. SPEAKING Telephone Conversation A Your teacher is Q-rex. You are Jason. Telephone Conversation B Your teacher is Q-ty. You are Jason. Telephone Conversation C Your teacher is Jason. You are Jenny. Telephone Conversation D Your teacher is Jason. You are Mary. 10. Now answer your teacher s questions. Grammar Focus t t Present Progressive for future plans Telephone conversation WRITING Check 9 Word order Write the words in the correct order. Each sentence must begin with a capital letter. 1. speak / Jason / I / to / please / can /? / 2. house / party / on / at / are / a / my / having / Sunday / we /. / 3. afternoon / is / tennis / for / Saturday / OK /? /
13 Unit Ten It s going to rain in Cebu. Target Language How s the weather in London today? What s the weather like in Cebu? I think it is going to rain here. I ll get it. <Key Vocabulary> NOUNS cloud sky season VERBS write ADJECTIVES black dry wet sunny windy cloudy LISTENING AND READING 1. Listen to the conversations between Q-ty s mother Betty and Q-ty.
14 Ten 2. Read and listen. Betty : The phone is ringing, Q-ty! I m in the kitchen. I m cooking. Can you answer the phone? Q-ty : OK, Mum. I ll get it. GRAMMAR MEMO I ll = I will I ll get it. = I will answer the phone. will expresses your immediate on-the-spot decision. be going to expresses your future plans. I m going to answer the phone. 3. Complete the sentences. Use the Present Progressive. 1. I the party. (enjoy) 2. She. the piano now. (not play) 3. We.. English at university. (study) 4. Write the ing form. 1. go 2. swim 3. write 4. dance 5. jog Present Progressive Be + V-ing The Present Progressive is used for temporary actions happening right now (NOT permanent situations) and the action must have a beginning and an end. The form of Be is determined by the subject of the sentence. The phone is (not) ringing. I am (not) dancing. We are (not) running now. 5. Listen to the telephone conversations. 6. Read and listen. 7. Explain the difference in meaning. 1. We are having lunch right now. 2. We are having a party this Friday. Spelling of verb + -ing Most verbs just add ing. ring ringing If the infinitive ends in e, drop the e. dance dancing When a one-syllable verb has one vowel and ends in a consonant, double the consonant. run running Q-ty : Hello, Q-rex : Hello, Q-ty. It s Q-rex here. GRAMMAR MEMO Q-ty : Q-rex! How are you? Q-rex : Very well, thanks. And you? a my friend Q-ty : I m fine, thanks.. a friend of mine Q-rex : How s the weather in London today? Q-ty : It s raining. What s the weather like in Cebu? Q-rex : There are black clouds in the sky and I think it is going to rain here. Q-ty : Does it rain a lot in Cebu? Q-rex : We have a dry and a wet season, but it never rains all day. By the way, what are you doing this weekend? Q-ty : I m going to see a friend of mine. How about you? Q-rex : I m going to play baseball with my Present Progressive Be + V-ing friends and then... The Present Progressive also describes an activity in the near future. I am (not) playing tennis this weekend.
15 Ten 8. Which sentence refers to a temporary situation? a. The house sits well back from the street. b. You re sitting in my seat. Present Simple vs. Present Progressive The Present Progressive form describes a temporary happening, i.e. something which happens during a limited period. If something continues for a long time, it is no longer temporary: it is a state or a habit, and we use the Present Simple. We normally live in London, but at present we are living in Paris. 9. Complete the sentences with the verbs in the Present Simple or Present Progressive. 1. He usually..(wear) a suit but today he (wear) shorts. 2. She.(work) in a bank, but today she.(enjoy) her holiday. 3. It often..(rain) in London and it.. (rain) there now. Future forms: will vs. be going to Be going to is used for talking about what we intend to do in the near future. Often there is no difference between going to and the Present Progressive to refer to a future intention. What are you doing this weekend? I m seeing a friend. I m going to see a friend. is used when we link our prediction to the present, i.e. when we can see now that something is sure to happen in the near future. Look out! Your chair is going to collapse! (I can see it starting to happen) She is going to have a baby next month. (I can see it) According to the weather forecast it s going to rain tomorrow.(the prediction is based on the present weather forecast) Will is used when you are in the process of making an on-the-spot decision about the future. <At a restaurant> Looking at the menu What will you have? I will have the roast lamb. is used when we make a general prediction It will rain next week. SPEAKING 10. Now answer your teacher s questions. WRITING Grammar Focus t Present Progressive Be + V-ing t Present Simple vs. Present Progressive t will vs. be going to Check 10 Word order Write the words in the correct order. Each sentence must begin with a capital letter. 1. in / weather / how / today / London / the / is /? / 2. the / like / what / Cebu / in / weather / is /? / 3. with / play / my / am / to / baseball / friends / going / I /. / 4. mine / friend / see / am / to / of / a / going / I /. /
16 Progress Check I. Put am, are, or is into the gaps and then write the questions for each statement. 1. We _ friends. _ 2. He _ our neighbor. _ 3. Her cat _ friendly. _ 4. They _ from Japan. _ 5. I _ Jason. _ II. Complete the sentences. Use my, your, our, his, her, or ours. Q-ty : Hello. name s Q-ty. What s name? Q-rex : Hi. name s Q-rex. This is cat. name s Adriana. This is _. Q-ty : I have a cat, too. name s Sandra. This is _. III. Write the conversation in the correct order. Where are you from Takeshi? Hello. My name s Judy. What s your name? I m from Tokyo. Where are you from? Hi, Judy. I m Takeshi. Yes, I am. I m from UK. Are you Japanese? J : T : J : T : J : T : IV. Complete the sentences. Use the correct question words to get the underlined information. 1. _ musical instrument can she play? She can play the piano. 2. _ can I have lunch? You can eat in the cafeteria. 3. _ can we meet? We can meet tomorrow evening. 4. _ can sing well? Mae can. 5. _ can they get to the train station? They can get there by bus. V. Look at the clocks. Choose the correct time from the given choices. 9 QQ QQ a. It s ten to two. a. It s quarter past one. b. It s quarter to two. b. It s half past one. c. It s ten past two. c. It s just before one o clock QQ QQ a. It s quarter past nine. a. It s half past five. b. It s half past nine. b. It s ten to five. c. It s nine o clock. c. It s ten past five
17 Progress Check V1. Fill the gaps below with a suitable verb in the box. eat get take brush get starts finishes Judy s week On weekdays, I _ up at half past six. I _ a shower, my teeth and dressed. I go to school by car. School at a quarter to eight. School at half past three. I lunch at one o clock. goes does watches meets plays John s week On Saturday, he hockey in the morning. In the evening, he his homework and _ to bed at half past one. On Sunday morning he his friends and in the evening TV. VII. Put the words in brackets into the gaps. Some are negative imperatives. Example : your books. (to open) Answer : Open your books. upstairs. (to go) your homework. (to do) during the lesson. (not/ to talk) late for school. (not/ to be) your teeth. (to brush) VIII. Write the telephone conversation in the correct order. ( ) Why? What are you doing there? ( ) Hi, Ted. It s Maria. Where are you? ( ) Ok. See you tomorrow. ( ) I m at Jane s house. ( ) I m sorry, but today there s an important match. ( ) It s Thursday. We always have a revision class of English on Thursday. ( ) I m watching the football match Manchester United versus Real Madrid. Why? What s the problem?
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Test 1 PAPER 1 READING AND WRITING (1 hour 1 minutes) PART 1 QUESTIONS 1 5 Which notice (A H) says this (1 5)? For questions 1 5, mark the correct letter A H on your answer sheet. You must use this door
Logged in 3 Unit Test Name: Class: Date: Mark: / 0 Vocabulary 1 Choose the correct answer. Laptops If you have a 1 instead of a desktop, there aren t any 2 because everything is already installed. When
Unit Travel trouble Lesson Vocabulary Write the words and phrases in the puzzle. r u n w a y 6 6 7 7 The mystery word is. Read and complete the definitions. arrivals : This is the area of an airport which
ALUMNO/ A: CURSO: 1 Read the text. Then read the sentences and write true (T) or false (F) Merlin: Ooops! I'm very sorry. I'll help you. Tracy: Oh, don't worry! I can do it. Merlin: Are you new in this
Tell me more about yourself Vocabulary: family members, feelings, personality, likes and dislikes Grammar: present simple: be and other verbs, adverbs of frequency Communication: describing yourself and
CLSS GRMMR 1 Complete the sentences. Use the correct form of the verb in brackets. Example: I usually get up (get up) at seven o clock. 1 He (look for) a job when he leaves university. 2 I (be) to Italy
Free time Grammar Present simple affirmative & negative Present simple questions Vocabulary Likes & dislikes Free time activities Challenge Find out about people s likes and dislikes Interaction Greetings
Grammar 1A Frequency adverbs (every day / week / month) Match the frequency expressions 1 6 with a f. 1 every two weeks 2 on Monday, Thursday and Friday 3 at 8am and 8pm 4 every twelve months 5 in January,
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ERICN CMBRIDGE ENGLISH Level 2 - Stage 2 Stage Test based on English in Mind Book 1 Name: Class: Date: 1. GRMMR Write past simple questions and short answers. e.g. buy / a / birthday / you / her / present
Herbert Puchta & Jeff Stranks Student s Book Welcome section A People B Rooms and homes C Activities D In town and shopping Unit Grammar Vocabulary Pronunciation 1 Free time Present simple (positive and
Inglés. 5Primaria PRESENT CONTINUOUS Affirmative Negative Interrogative I am (I m) playing. You are (you re) eating He is (He s) reading. She is (She s) sleeping. It is (It s) running. We are (we re) speaking.
Adverbs Comparative of Adverbs Agent Nouns If-Clauses Describing People s Actions Describing Plans and Intentions Consequences of Actions VOCABULARY PREVIEW 1. actor 2. dancer 3. driver 4. painter 5. player
Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English A GRAMMAR 1 Tick ( ) A, B, or C to complete the sentences. Example: I football. A love B loves C loving 1 A Are there people in the restaurant?
I Robot Level: 3º E.S.O. Grammar: Present Simple / Expressions of time frequency adverbs / Prepositions: at, in, on / Verbs expressing likes and dislikes: like, hate, love, etc. Functions: Habits and routines
Talking about the Future in English Rules Stories Exercises SAMPLE CHAPTER By Really Learn English Thanks for downloading this free booklet. It includes a sample chapter from the Talking about the Future
TEST THREE PAPER 1 PART FOUR 75 Part 4 Questions 21 27 Read the article about a man who opened a restaurant, and then answer the questions. For questions 21 27, mark A, B or C on your answer sheet. OPENING
Twenty-one I ll never forget the day when Prince William and Kate Middleton married. Target Language Do you remember the day when we first met? Ann s mother isn t home yet, which worries her. Show me what