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1 Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English A GRAMMAR 1 Complete the dialogues with do or don t. Example: A Do you live in Italy? B No, I don t. 1 A you work in London? B No, I. I work in Oxford. 2 A you have a big breakfast? B Yes, we. We have eggs, toast, sausage, and coffee. 3 A people in your family drink a lot of tea? B No, they. 2 Complete the . Underline the correct words. 6 Complete the descriptions with the words in the box. cereal fruit milk pasta toast vegetables Example: Spaghetti is pasta 1 Many people have this in their coffee. 2 People usually eat this with milk for breakfast. 3 Potatoes are. Oranges are. is bread. We usually eat it with butter for breakfast. Vocabulary total 10 Hi Sophie, Thanks for your . I want to know more about your family! 1 Do / What you live in a house or a flat? My family and I live in a small house in the town centre. 2 Do what / What do your parents do? My parents are teachers. They work at the language school. 3 Have do you / Do you have any brothers or sisters? I have two brothers. They go to university in Manchester. Do you / What do you do? I work in an Italian restaurant. I m a waiter. Bye for now, James PRONUNCIATION Match the words with the same sound. go house lunch orange very where Example: work where 1 who 2 have 3 juice sugar cheese Pronunciation total Grammar total 10 VOCABULARY 3 Complete the phrases with the correct verb. eat listen to live read speak watch Example: live in a house 1 TV 2 French food 3 music Spanish newspapers English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 1

2 Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English A PRACTICAL ENGLISH 6 Complete the dialogues with the words from the box. a quarter late o clock past ten to Example: A What time is it? B It s That s ten past six. 1 A What time is it? B It s That s twenty seven. 2 A Is it 7.? B Yes, it is. It s to eight. 3 A What time do you go to work? B Oh, at ten eight. That s 7.0. A What time is it? B Oh, it s 7 p.m. That s seven. A Oh, no! It s 9.1. B Oh, we re! Practical English total Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English total 30 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 2

3 Reading and Writing A READING 1 Read the text. What does Amy say? Underline the correct words. Flatmate wanted Hi. Are you a woman between 18 and 29 years old? Do you want to live in a nice flat with a nice flatmate? Do you want to live with a small dog? My name is Amy Watson and I live here in Manchester. I want a flatmate to share my new flat. I m 2 years old. I m not married and I don t have children. I have a small, brown dog. Her name s Susie. The kitchen in the flat is very big, and I eat breakfast and dinner at home. I eat lunch at work with my friends. I don t eat meat and at the weekend I always have a big breakfast. I work for a British company and I go to work every morning at I come home at 7.00 in the evening. I have my lunch at a quarter to one in a restaurant with my friends from the company. Then, I go for a walk in the park. I stay at home every evening and read or watch TV. I listen to music, too. I get up early on Saturdays and go to the park. I run there. On Sundays, I see friends and family, or go to London. I speak Japanese and French, but not Spanish. A flatmate from France, Switzerland, or Japan would be great! My phone number is and my address is Example: My flat is new / old. 1 I am 2 / 2 years old. 2 I am / am not married. 3 On Saturday mornings, I sleep late / run in the park. At the weekend, I go to Manchester / London. I have / don t have a phone. 2 Read the text again. Tick ( ) the correct answer to the questions. Example: How old does Amy want her flatmate to be? A under 20 years old B under 30 years old C under 0 years old 1 What is Amy s surname? A Watons B Waston C Watson 2 Who lives with Amy? A her mother B her dog C her children 3 What does Amy eat at home? A breakfast and lunch B lunch and dinner C breakfast and dinner Who does Amy have lunch with? A her sister B her flatmate C her friends Where does Amy work? A in a school B in an office C at a restaurant 6 What time does Amy have lunch? A 12.1 B C Where does Amy eat lunch? A in a restaurant B at work C in the park 8 What time does Amy come home from work? A 6.00 B 7.00 C What does Amy do on Sundays? A She sees friends and family. B She watches TV. C She listens to music. 10 What language does Amy speak? A French B Canadian C Spanish 10 Reading total 1 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 3

4 Reading and Writing A WRITING 1 Answer the questions about lunchtime when you re at work / school. Use complete sentences. What time do you have lunch at work or school? Where do you have lunch? What do you have for lunch? Who do you have lunch with? Do you go to a restaurant for lunch? 2 Now answer the questions about lunchtime at the weekend. Use complete sentences. What time do you have lunch at the weekend? Where do you have lunch at the weekend? What do you have for lunch? Who do you have lunch with? Do you go to a restaurant for lunch? Writing total 10 Reading and Writing total 2 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201

5 Listening and Speaking A LISTENING 1 Listen to and. Tick ( ) the correct person. 1 I have toast and coffee for breakfast at home. 2 I eat dinner with children. 3 I have breakfast in hotels on holiday. I eat fast food for dinner on holiday. I babysit two boys. 2 Listen to five conversations and tick ( ) True or False. 1 Ted doesn t read newspapers. 2 The woman doesn t eat meat and doesn t drink milk. 3 The woman drinks coffee with milk and sugar. The man doesn t eat good food for lunch. On Sunday, the woman reads her s and calls her friends. Listening total 10 SPEAKING 1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 Where do you live? 2 Where do you work or go to school? 3 What do you do in the evenings? What do you do on Saturday evening? What do you have for Sunday dinner? 2 Now answer your partner s questions. 3 Your partner has a fact file about the son family. Ask your partner questions and complete the fact file. Where / live? Where / eat dinner on Friday night? When / have holidays? What / do on weekends? The sons live in: Friday night dinner: holidays: weekend activities: Read the fact file about the Green family. Answer your partner s questions. The Greens live in: Glasgow Friday night dinner: at home holidays: late December weekend activities: read newspapers, eat at restaurants Speaking total 1 Listening and Speaking total 2 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201

6 Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English B GRAMMAR 1 Complete the . Underline the correct words. Hi Sophie, Thanks for your . I want to know more about your family! 1 Do / What you live in a house or a flat? My family and I live in a small house in the town centre. 2 Do what / What do your parents do? My parents are teachers. They work at the language school. 3 Have do you / Do you have any brothers or sisters? I have two brothers. They go to university in Manchester. Do you / What do you do? I work in an Italian restaurant. I m a waiter. Bye for now, James VOCABULARY 3 Tick ( ) the correct word to complete the sentences. Example: Do you eat a lot of food? lunch vegetable fast- 1 Today s lunch is vegetable and bread. yoghurt milk soup 2 Do you want in your coffee? sugar butter rice 3 Do you want with your eggs for breakfast? rice pasta toast I like sandwiches very much. cheese soup pasta In Japan, a lot of people eat fish with. milk rice coffee 2 Complete the dialogues with do or don t. Example: A Do you live in Italy? B No, I don t. Complete the phrases with the correct verb. eat listen to live read speak watch Example: live in a house 1 A you have a big breakfast? B Yes, we. We have eggs, toast, sausage, and coffee. 2 A people in your family drink a lot of tea? B No, they. 3 A you work in London? B No, I. I work in Oxford. 6 1 Italian food 2 music 3 books films English Vocabulary total 10 Grammar total 10 PRONUNCIATION Match the words with the same sound. go house lunch orange very where Example: work where 1 cheese 2 juice 3 sugar who have Pronunciation total English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 1

7 Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English B PRACTICAL ENGLISH 6 Complete the dialogues with the words from the box. a quarter late o clock past ten to Example: A What time is it? B It s That s ten past six. 1 A What time do you go to work? B Oh, at ten eight. That s A Is it 7.? B Yes, it is. It s to eight. 3 A Oh, no! It s 9.1. B Oh, we re! A What time is it? B It s That s twenty seven. A What time is it? B Oh, it s 7 p.m. That s seven. Practical English total Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English total 30 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 2

8 Reading and Writing B READING 1 Read the text. Tick ( ) the correct answer to the questions. Flatmate wanted Hi. Are you a woman between 18 and 29 years old? Do you want to live in a nice flat with a nice flatmate? Do you want to live with a small dog? My name is Amy Watson and I live here in Manchester. I want a flatmate to share my new flat. I m 2 years old. I m not married and I don t have children. I have a small, brown dog. Her name s Susie. The kitchen in the flat is very big, and I eat breakfast and dinner at home. I eat lunch at work with my friends. I don t eat meat and at the weekend I always have a big breakfast. I work for a British company and I go to work every morning at I come home at 7.00 in the evening. I have my lunch at a quarter to one in a restaurant with my friends from the company. Then, I go for a walk in the park. I stay at home every evening and read or watch TV. I listen to music, too. I get up early on Saturdays and go to the park. I run there. On Sundays, I see friends and family, or go to London. I speak Japanese and French, but not Spanish. A flatmate from France, Switzerland, or Japan would be great! My phone number is and my address is 6 What time does Amy have lunch? A B 12. C Where does Amy eat lunch? A at work B in a restaurant C in the park 8 What time does Amy come home from work? A 6.00 B 7.00 C What does Amy do on Sundays? A She listens to music. B She watches TV. C She sees friends and family. 10 What language does Amy speak? A Canadian B Spanish C French 2 Read the text again. What does Amy say? Underline the correct words. Example: My flat is new / old. 1 I am 2 / 2 years old. 2 I am / am not married. 3 On Saturday mornings, I sleep late / run in the park. At the weekend, I go to Manchester / London. I have / don t have a phone. 10 Reading total 1 Example: How old does Amy want her flatmate to be? A under 20 years old B under 30 years old C under 0 years old 1 What is Amy s surname? A Watson B Waston C Watons 2 Who lives with Amy? A her children B her mother C her dog 3 What does Amy eat at home? A breakfast and lunch B lunch and dinner C breakfast and dinner Who does Amy have lunch with? A her sister B her friends C her flatmate Where does Amy work? A in a school B in an office C at a restaurant English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 3

9 Reading and Writing B WRITING 1 Answer the questions about lunchtime when you re at work / school. Use complete sentences. What time do you have lunch at work or school? Where do you have lunch? What do you have for lunch? Who do you have lunch with? Do you go to a restaurant for lunch? 2 Now answer the questions about lunchtime at the weekend. Use complete sentences. What time do you have lunch at the weekend? Where do you have lunch at the weekend? What do you have for lunch? Who do you have lunch with? Do you go to a restaurant for lunch? Writing total 10 Reading and Writing total 2 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201

10 Listening and Speaking B LISTENING 1 Listen to and. Tick ( ) the correct person. 1 I have toast and coffee for breakfast at home. 2 I eat dinner with children. 3 I have breakfast in hotels on holiday. I eat fast food for dinner on holiday. I babysit two boys. 2 Listen to five conversations and tick ( ) True or False. 1 Sandra reads newspapers. 2 The man doesn t eat meat. 3 The woman drinks coffee with milk and sugar. The children eat good food for lunch. On Sunday, the man reads his s and watches TV. Listening total 10 SPEAKING 1 Answer your partner s questions. 2 Now ask your partner these questions. 1 Where do you live? 2 Where do you work or go to school? 3 What do you do in the evenings? What do you do on Saturday evening? What do you have for Sunday dinner? 3 Read the fact file about the son family. Answer your partner s questions. The sons live in: Dover Friday night dinner: an Italian restaurant holidays: in August weekend activities: see friends and family, watch movies Your partner has a fact file about the Green family. Ask your partner questions and complete the fact file. Where / live? Where / eat dinner on Friday night? When / have holidays? What / do on weekends? The Greens live in: Friday night dinner: holidays: weekend activities: Speaking total 1 Listening and Speaking total 2 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201

11 Listening Scripts FILE Listening 1 Where do you stay on your holiday,? I usually stay in hotels. Do you eat in the hotels? I eat breakfast in the hotels. It s expensive, but it s good. I eat sausage, eggs, toast, and fruit. And I drink coffee and orange juice. That s a lot. Do you eat all that at home? No. At home I usually just eat toast. And I have coffee with milk. Do you have dinner at restaurants when you travel? Yes, but I go to cheap restaurants. I eat a lot of fast food when I travel. I eat a lot of burgers and I drink a lot of Coke. How about you? Where do you stay when you travel? Oh, I don t travel. I don t have a lot of holiday time. I work every day. Do you work long days? Yes. I have two jobs. I start my job at the restaurant at seven fifteen in the morning. I finish at three. But I babysit from four o clock in the afternoon to eight thirty in the evening. I babysit two boys. They are brothers. They live near my house. Their mother and father work late. So you eat dinner with the children. Yes. What do they eat? Oh, they eat pizza, pasta, and meat and those kinds of things. They don t like vegetables, but they eat fruit. Do they watch TV? No. They don t watch TV. They have a lot of toys. We listen to music and we read children s books. FILE Listening 2 1 Sandra Ted Sandra 2 Jay Kate Jay Kate 3 Woman Waiter Woman Waiter Woman Rob Amanda Rob Amanda Rob Claudia Edward Claudia Do you want this newspaper? I don t read newspapers. I read the news on my computer. Really, Ted? I read newspapers. And I watch the news on TV. Do you want this sandwich? I don t want it. No, thanks. I don t eat meat. Really? I eat meat. Do you eat eggs? Oh, yeah. I eat eggs and I drink milk. How much is that sandwich? It s three ninety-five. Do you want it? No. I just want a coffee, please. Regular, or large? Large, with milk and sugar. Where do you work, Amanda? I work at a school. I work in the kitchen. Do the students eat good food? Yes. They eat a lot of fruit and vegetables. They eat a little meat and rice or potatoes. I want their lunch! I don t have a good lunch. I eat fast food and I drink coffee! What do you do on Sundays, Edward? I watch TV, I study, I check my s and read things online. How about you? I study, too. I don t check my s on Sundays but I call my friends. English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201

12 Answer Key A Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English GRAMMAR 1 1 A Do B don t 2 A Do B do 3 A Do B don t 2 1 Do 2 What do 3 Do you have What do you VOCABULARY 3 1 watch 2 eat 3 listen to speak read 1 Milk 2 Cereal 3 vegetables fruit Toast PRONUNCIATION 1 house 2 very 3 orange go lunch Reading and Writing READING am not 3 run in the park London have 2 1 C 2 B 3 C C B 6 C 7 A 8 B 9 A 10 A WRITING Student s own answers. Task completion: The task is fully completed and the answer easy to understand. ( points) Grammar: The student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task. Minor errors do not obscure the meaning. (3 points) Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases to communicate the message clearly. (3 points) PRACTICAL ENGLISH 6 1 past 2 a quarter 3 to o clock late English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 1

13 Answer Key A Listening and Speaking LISTENING True 2 False 3 True True False SPEAKING Interactive communication and oral production: The student communicates effectively with his / her partner, asking and answering simple questions and, where necessary, initiating conversation and responding. The student uses appropriate strategies to complete the task successfully. ( points) Grammar and Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure to communicate clearly. Minor, occasional errors do not impede communication. ( points) Pronunciation: The student s intonation, stress, and articulation of sounds make the message clear and comprehensible. ( points) 3 live in: Dover Friday night dinner: an Italian restaurant holidays: in August weekend activities: see friends and family, watch movies English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 2

14 Answer Key B Grammar, Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Practical English GRAMMAR 1 1 Do 2 What do 3 Do you have What do you 2 1 A Do B do 2 A Do B don t 3 A Do B don t VOCABULARY 3 1 soup 2 sugar 3 toast cheese rice 1 eat 2 listen to 3 read watch speak PRONUNCIATION 1 lunch 2 orange 3 go house very Reading and Writing READING 1 1 A 2 C 3 C B B 6 B 7 B 8 B 9 C 10 C am not 3 run in the park London have WRITING Student s own answers. Task completion: The task is fully completed and the answer easy to understand. ( points) Grammar: The student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task. Minor errors do not obscure the meaning. (3 points) Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases to communicate the message clearly. (3 points) PRACTICAL ENGLISH 6 1 to 2 a quarter 3 late past o clock English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 3

15 Answer Key B Listening and Speaking LISTENING True 2 False 3 True True True SPEAKING Interactive communication and oral production: The student communicates effectively with his / her partner, asking and answering simple questions and, where necessary, initiating conversation and responding. The student uses appropriate strategies to complete the task successfully. ( points) Grammar and Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure to communicate clearly. Minor, occasional errors do not impede communication. ( points) Pronunciation: The student s intonation, stress, and articulation of sounds make the message clear and comprehensible. ( points) live in: Glasgow Friday night dinner: at home holidays: late December weekend activities: read newspapers, eat at restaurants English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201

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