1 Part A Instructions and examples A Instructions and examples Part A contains only the instructions for each exercise. Read the instructions and do the exercise while you listen to the recording. When you hear a tone (shown by a bullet in the script), give your response. Then listen to the recorded model response. It s nice to meet you. Unit 1, Exercise 1 Listen to people introduce themselves, like Hi. I m Lisa Wong. Reply like It s nice to meet you, Lisa. Hello. My name is Paul Lopez. It s nice to meet you, Paul. Unit 1, Exercise 2 Listen to people introduce themselves, like Hi. My name is James Stanton. Ask for the person s last name, like I m sorry. What s your last name again? Then you hear an answer. Listen again. Hi. My name is James Stanton. I m sorry. What s your last name again? Stanton. Unit 1, Exercise 3 Listen to people say their names, like WOMAN: My name is Katherine. Say the person s first name. Use his or her, like Her name is Katherine. MAN: My name is Jake. His name is Jake. Unit 1, Exercise 4 Listen to people introduce themselves, like I m Brian Jones. Ask how to spell the person s first name, like How do you spell your first name? B-R-I-A-N? Then you hear an answer. Listen again. I m Brian Jones. How do you spell your first name? B-R-I-A-N? Yes, it s B-R-I-A-N. 1
2 Unit 1, Exercise 5 You hear a name, like Stephanie Say hello to the person, like Good morning, Stephanie. How are you? Then you hear an answer. Listen again. Stephanie Good morning, Stephanie. How are you? I m fine, thanks. Mr. Smith Good morning, Mr. Smith. How are you? Not bad, thanks. Unit 1, Exercise 6 [Note: These conversations are on page 5 of the Listen to these conversations. Now repeat each sentence. Unit 1, Exercise 7 You hear questions about people, like Excuse me. Are you Mr. Connor? Answer No. Use he s or she s, like No, I m not. He s over there. Excuse me. Are you Mary Peters? No, I m not. She s over there. Unit 1, Exercise 8 You hear someone s phone number, like My phone number is (212) Say the person s phone number, like Your number is (212) Then you hear the number again. (212) My phone number is (604) Your number is (604) (604) Unit 1, Exercise 9 You hear a name, like Michael Say good-bye to the person, like Good-bye, Michael. Have a good evening. Miss Sato Good-bye, Miss Sato. Have a good evening. 2
3 What s this? Unit 2, Exercise 1 You hear a word or phrase, like pen Make a sentence with the word or phrase. Use a or an, like This is a pen. eraser This is an eraser. Unit 2, Exercise 2 You hear a question about spelling, like How do you spell table? Spell the word, like T-A-B-L-E. Then listen and check. Listen to another example. How do you spell clock? C-L-O-C-K. Unit 2, Exercise 3 Practice saying plural nouns. You hear a phrase, like one key Say the plural, like two keys one desk two desks Unit 2, Exercise 4 You hear a singular noun, like key Make a sentence with the word, like It s a key. Listen to a plural noun. keys Make a sentence with the word, like They re keys. camera It s a camera. Unit 2, Exercise 5 You hear a singular noun, like wallet Ask a question, like What s this called in English? You hear a plural noun, like keys Ask a question, like What are these called in English? Then you hear an answer. Listen to another example. earring What s this called in English? It s an earring. A Instructions and examples 3
4 Unit 2, Exercise 6 [Note: This conversation is on page 11 of the Listen to this conversation. Now repeat each sentence. Unit 2, Exercise 7 You hear a question, like Is this your wallet? Answer No, like No, it s not. Are these your keys? No, they re not. Unit 2, Exercise 8 You hear a word or phrase, like camera Ask a question, like Where is my camera? glasses Where are my glasses? Unit 2, Exercise 9 You hear two questions, like Where are my keys? Are they on the table? Answer Yes, like Yes, your keys are on the table. Where is my newspaper? Is it under my chair? Yes, your newspaper is under your chair. 4
5 Where are you from? Unit 3, Exercise 1 You hear the name of a city, like Tokyo Repeat the name. Tokyo Unit 3, Exercise 2 Listen to a question about where someone is from, like Is Mrs. Yoshiba from Japan? Answer Yes, like Yes, she is. She s from Japan. Are David and Pat from the U.S.? Yes, they are. They re from the U.S. Unit 3, Exercise 3 You hear a question, like Are you from Seoul? Answer No, like No, I m not. I m not from Seoul. Is Tony from Italy? No, he s not. He s not from Italy. Unit 3, Exercise 4 You hear someone s name. Then you hear a city or country, like Tony... Italy Ask a question about where the people are from, like Is Tony from Italy? Then you hear an answer. No, he s not. He s from Brazil. Sonia and Paula... Spain Are Sonia and Paula from Spain? Yes, they are. Unit 3, Exercise 5 Listen to a question about a city, like Is New York City in the U.S.? Answer Yes, it is or No, it s not, like Yes, it is. Unit 3, Exercise 6 [Note: This conversation is on page 19 of the Listen to this conversation. Now repeat each sentence. Unit 3, Exercise 7 You hear a person s name and age, like Barbara... twenty-five Make a sentence, like Barbara is twenty-five years old. Daniel... sixteen Daniel is sixteen years old. Unit 3, Exercise 8 You hear someone s name and a description, like Bob and Sandy... nice Make a statement, like They re very nice. Sally... friendly She s very friendly. Unit 3, Exercise 9 Listen to a statement, like I think he s from China. Ask questions, like China? What s his name? Then you hear an answer. Chien Kuo. I think she s from Brazil. Brazil? What s her name? Maria. A Instructions and examples 5
6 I m not wearing boots! Unit 4, Exercise 1 Listen to two questions about the color of clothing, like What color is her dress? Is it pink? Answer Yes, like Yes, it s pink. What color are his boots? Are they black? Yes, they re black. Unit 4, Exercise 2 Listen to someone describe a piece of clothing, like MAN: My suit is light brown. Make a sentence about the person s clothing. Use his or her, like His suit is light brown. Unit 4, Exercise 3 [Note: This conversation is on page 23 of the Listen to this conversation. Now repeat each sentence. Unit 4, Exercise 4 You hear two words, like boots... black Make a statement about Julie, like Julie s boots are black. scarf... light blue Julie s scarf is light blue. Unit 4, Exercise 5 Listen to two questions about clothing, like Whose gloves are these? Are they Beth s? Answer Yes, like Yes, they re hers. Whose belt is this? Is it yours? Yes, it s mine. Unit 4, Exercise 6 Listen to a question about the weather, like Is it humid today? Answer Yes, like Yes, it s very humid today. Is it windy today? Yes, it s very windy today. 6
7 Unit 4, Exercise 7 You hear two words, like snowing... cold Make a sentence with the words, like It s snowing, and it s very cold. windy... cool It s windy, and it s very cool. Unit 4, Exercise 8 You hear a word, like tie Make a question about John. Use the word, like Is John wearing a tie? sneakers Is John wearing sneakers? Unit 4, Exercise 9 You hear a sentence, like I think she s wearing a blouse and a scarf. Respond like She s wearing a blouse, but she isn t wearing a scarf. I think he s wearing a hat and a coat. He s wearing a hat, but he isn t wearing a coat. Unit 4, Exercise 10 You hear a statement, like Her suit is black. Respond like You re right. She s wearing a black suit. Their socks are white. You re right. They re wearing white socks. A Instructions and examples 7
8 What are you doing? Unit 5, Exercise 1 You hear a question, like Is it three o clock in the afternoon in New York City? Reply like No, it s three o clock in the morning. Is it seven o clock in the evening in Tokyo? No, it s seven o clock in the morning. Unit 5, Exercise 2 Listen to a time, like It s four o clock in the morning. Say the time a different way, like It s four A.M. It s six o clock in the evening. It s six P.M. Unit 5, Exercise 3 You hear a time, like It s five-fifteen. Repeat the time. It s five-fifteen. Unit 5, Exercise 4 Listen to a time, like It s two-twenty. Say the time a different way, like It s twenty after two. It s a quarter after two. It s two-fifteen. Unit 5, Exercise 5 [Note: This conversation is on page 32 of the Listen to this conversation. Now repeat each sentence. Unit 5, Exercise 6 You hear a name or names, like Ben Ask a question, like What s Ben doing? Then you hear an answer. He s cooking dinner. Mary and John What are Mary and John doing? They re watching television. Unit 5, Exercise 7 You hear a question, like Are Paul and Mary going to work? Answer Yes, like Yes, they are. They re going to work. Is John watching television? Yes, he is. He s watching television. Unit 5, Exercise 8 You hear a question, like Is Jim working? Answer No, like No, he isn t. He isn t working right now. Are you studying? No, I m not. I m not studying right now. 8
9 My sister works downtown. Unit 6, Exercise 1 Listen to a statement, like Paul is Anne s husband. Make a statement about the second person, like Anne is Paul s wife. Lisa is John s sister. John is Lisa s brother. Unit 6, Exercise 2 You hear a statement, like John walks to school. Make the statement negative, like John doesn t walk to school. Michael and Susan take the bus to work. Michael and Susan don t take the bus to work. Unit 6, Exercise 3 You hear a statement, like I have a car. Make a statement about Sophie, like Sophie has a car, too. I do homework at home. Sophie does homework at home, too. Unit 6, Exercise 4 You hear two statements, like Robert lives in the suburbs. Amy lives in the suburbs, too. Join the two sentences using the word and, like Robert and Amy live in the suburbs. Susan has a car. Matthew has a car, too. Susan and Matthew have cars. Unit 6, Exercise 5 You hear a verb, like take Say the verb in the third-person singular, like takes do does A Instructions and examples 9
10 Unit 6, Exercise 6 [Note: This conversation is on page 39 of the Listen to this conversation. Now repeat each sentence. Unit 6, Exercise 7 Listen to a question, like Do you get up early every day? Answer Yes, like Yes, I do. I get up early every day. Do you have breakfast in the morning? Yes, I do. I have breakfast in the morning. Unit 6, Exercise 8 Listen to a question about time, like Do you go to work at eight o clock on Wednesdays? Answer with the time one hour earlier, like No, I go to work at seven o clock on Wednesdays. Do you have English class at three o clock on Tuesdays? No, I have English class at two o clock on Tuesdays. Unit 6, Exercise 9 You hear a phrase, like get up in the morning Ask a question with What time...? like What time do you get up in the morning? Then you hear an answer. At eight o clock. go to school What time do you go to school? At eight forty-five. 10
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