1 Part A Instructions and examples A Directions 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. A time to remember Unit 1, Exercise 1 Listen to a question, like Did your sister go to school in Korea? Answer with Yes, like Yes, she did. Were you born in Thailand? Yes, I was. Unit 1, Exercise 2 Listen to a question, like Was your brother born here? Answer with No, like No, he wasn t. Did your parents grow up in Colombia? No, they didn t. Unit 1, Exercise 3 Listen to a statement about a person s life, like My sister wasn t born here. Ask if the event happened in Brazil, like Was she born in Brazil? Then you hear an answer. My sister wasn t born here. Was she born in Brazil? Yes, she was. I studied English in school. Did you study English in Brazil? Yes, for six years. Unit 1, Exercise 4 Listen to a question with two choices, like Did you grow up here or in South America? Answer with the second choice, like I grew up in South America. Unit 1, Exercise 5 Listen to a statement, like I grew up in Toronto. Then ask for clarification, like Where did you grow up? Then you hear an answer. I grew up in Toronto. Where did you grow up? In Toronto. I played chess in high school. What did you play in high school? Chess. 1
2 Unit 1, Exercise 6 Listen and repeat. Unit 1, Exercise 7 Listen to a statement, like I collected stamps as a child. Reply like Hey, I used to collect stamps, too. I played soccer in high school. Hey, I used to play soccer, too. Unit 1, Exercise 8 Listen to people talk about things they did in the past, like WOMAN: I don t dance, but I did when I was younger. Reply like She used to dance when she was younger. MAN: I don t play sports anymore, but I did when I was in college. He used to play sports when he was in college. Unit 1, Exercise 9 [Note: This conversation is on page 2 of the Now repeat each sentence. 2
3 Caught in the rush Unit 2, Exercise 1 Listen to a word. Then make a sentence with There are too many... or There s too much..., like people There are too many people. rain There s too much rain. Unit 2, Exercise 2 Listen to a phrase, like teachers in the schools Make a sentence with There aren t enough... or There isn t enough..., like There aren t enough teachers in the schools. money in the bank There isn t enough money in the bank. Unit 2, Exercise 3 Listen to a phrase, like motorists on the streets Make a statement with There should be fewer... or There should be less..., like There should be fewer motorists on the streets. traffic on my street There should be less traffic on my street. Unit 2, Exercise 4 Listen to two words or phrases, like public transportation... pollution Combine the words or phrases in a sentence with more and less, or with more and fewer, like We need more public transportation and less pollution. traffic lights... cars We need more traffic lights and fewer cars. A Directions and examples 3
4 Unit 2, Exercise 5 Listen and repeat. Unit 2, Exercise 6 [Note: This conversation is on page 11 of the Now repeat each sentence. Unit 2, Exercise 7 Listen to the name of a place, like the bank Ask an indirect question with Can you tell me...? like Can you tell me where the bank is? Then you hear a reply. the bank Can you tell me where the bank is? On Second Street. Unit 2, Exercise 8 Listen to a question, like Where is the bank? Change it to an indirect question, like Could you tell me where the bank is? Then you hear an answer. Where is the bank? Could you tell me where the bank is? On Second Street. Unit 2, Exercise 9 Listen to a question, like When does the train come? Respond like I m not sure. Do you know when the train comes, Mary? Then you hear Mary s answer. When does the train come? I m not sure. Do you know when the train comes, Mary? In an hour. 4
5 Time for a change! Unit 3, Exercise 1 Listen and repeat. Unit 3, Exercise 2 [Note: This conversation is on page 19 of the Now repeat each sentence. Unit 3, Exercise 3 Listen to someone talk about an apartment, like The kitchen has a lot of cupboards. Disagree. Make a sentence with as many or as much, like It doesn t have as many cupboards as the last apartment. Unit 3, Exercise 4 Compare two apartments. Listen to a sentence, like The last apartment was cheaper. Reply with a sentence using almost as, like But this apartment is almost as cheap as that one. The last apartment was cheaper. But this apartment is almost as cheap as that one. Unit 3, Exercise 5 Listen to a question, like Is this neighborhood quiet? If you hear No, answer like No. It s not quiet enough for me. If you hear Yes, answer like Yes. In fact, it s too quiet. Is this neighborhood quiet? No. No. It s not quiet enough for me. Is this neighborhood quiet? Yes. Yes. In fact, it s too quiet. A Directions and examples 5
6 Unit 3, Exercise 6 Listen to a statement, like I live with my parents. Make a statement with I wish I didn t..., like I wish I didn t live with my parents. I live with my parents. I wish I didn t live with my parents. Unit 3, Exercise 7 Listen to a statement, like I don t have my own apartment. Make a statement with I wish..., like I wish I had my own apartment. I can t take a vacation this year. I wish I could take a vacation this year. Unit 3, Exercise 8 Listen to a statement, like This neighborhood is very noisy. Make another statement with I wish and weren t, like I wish it weren t so noisy. This neighborhood is very noisy. I wish it weren t so noisy. Unit 3, Exercise 9 Listen to a statement about a house, like There isn t a modern kitchen. Make a statement with I wish there were..., like I wish there were a modern kitchen. There isn t a modern kitchen. I wish there were a modern kitchen. There aren t many windows. I wish there were more windows. 6
7 I ve never heard of that! Unit 4, Exercise 1 Listen and repeat. Unit 4, Exercise 2 Listen to two words or phrases, like ceviche... Colombian Combine the words or phrases in a question, like Did you have ceviche at the Colombian restaurant last night? Then you hear an answer, like No, I didn t. Ask a second question with Have you ever...? like Have you ever had ceviche? Then you hear another response. ceviche... Colombian Did you have ceviche at the Colombian restaurant last night? No, I didn t. Have you ever had ceviche? Yes. It was delicious. Unit 4, Exercise 3 Listen to a phrase, like eat snails Ask a question with Have you ever...? like Have you ever eaten snails? Then you hear a response. eat snails Have you ever eaten snails? No, I haven t. Unit 4, Exercise 4 Listen to a question, like Have you ever eaten oysters? Answer like No, I ve never eaten oysters. Have you ever eaten oysters? No, I ve never eaten oysters. Unit 4, Exercise 5 Listen to a question, and answer with No, I didn t or No, I haven t, like Did you see the cooking show on TV last night? No, I didn t. Have you ever eaten a kebab? No, I haven t. Unit 4, Exercise 6 [Note: This conversation is on page 22 of the Now repeat each sentence. Unit 4, Exercise 7 Listen to instructions for making a cream cheese and cucumber sandwich. You will hear two sentences. Repeat the correct sentence, like First, you take two slices of bread. Then you take two slices of bread. First, you take two slices of bread. Before that, eat the sandwich! Finally, eat the sandwich! Finally, eat the sandwich! A Directions and examples 7
8 Going places Unit 5, Exercise 1 Listen to a question and a phrase, like What are you going to do next summer? go to Europe Answer like I think I ll go to Europe. What are you going to do next summer? go to Europe I think I ll go to Europe. Unit 5, Exercise 2 Listen to a question and two phrases, like What are you going to do for your vacation? stay home... go to Europe Answer like Maybe I ll stay home. I probably won t go to Europe. What are you going to do for your vacation? stay home... go to Europe Maybe I ll stay home. I probably won t go to Europe. What are you going to do for your vacation? take a class... get a job Maybe I ll take a class. I probably won t get a job. Unit 5, Exercise 3 Listen to two words or phrases. Ask a question with What kind of...? like luggage... take What kind of luggage are you going to take? Then you hear an answer. luggage... take What kind of luggage are you going to take? Just a backpack. Unit 5, Exercise 4 Listen and repeat. Unit 5, Exercise 5 Listen to a question about a trip, like Do I need to take warm clothes? Answer with Yes, you d better..., like Yes, you d better take warm clothes. Do I need to check the weather? Yes, you d better check the weather. Unit 5, Exercise 6 Listen to a question about travel arrangements, like Should I take a sleeping bag? Answer with No, you don t have to..., like No, you don t have to take a sleeping bag. Should I pack a first-aid kit? No, you don t have to pack a first-aid kit. Unit 5, Exercise 7 Listen to someone talk about travel plans, like I m going to travel alone. Respond like Oh, you shouldn t travel alone. I m going to take my jewelry. Oh, you shouldn t take your jewelry. Unit 5, Exercise 8 [Note: This conversation is on page 30 of the Now repeat each sentence. 8
9 OK. No problem! Unit 6, Exercise 1 Listen and repeat. Unit 6, Exercise 2 [Note: This conversation is on page 36 of the Now repeat each sentence. Unit 6, Exercise 3 Listen to a request, like Would somebody please hold the door open? Answer with Sure and the correct pronoun it or them, like Sure. I ll hold it open. Would somebody please hold the door open? Sure. I ll hold it open. Could somebody put the magazines away? Sure. I ll put them away. Unit 6, Exercise 4 Listen to a conversation, like WOMAN: Where have you been? The party started an hour ago! MAN: I m sorry. My car broke down. Have I missed much? Now give the person s excuse, like His car broke down. MAN: Hey, Sue. Could you lend me five dollars? WOMAN: I wish I could, but I m broke. She s broke. Unit 6, Exercise 5 Listen to a complaint, like It s too quiet in here. Who turned off the radio? Reply with I m sorry, and offer to help, like I m sorry. I did. I ll turn it on. It s cold in here. Who opened the window? I m sorry. I did. I ll close it. Unit 6, Exercise 6 Listen to someone complain, like You re late. Did you miss the bus? Reply with Yes and I m sorry, like Yes, I missed the bus. I m sorry. You missed our appointment. Did you forget? Yes, I forgot. I m sorry. Unit 6, Exercise 7 Listen to a command, like Clean off the table. Change it to a request, like Could you please clean off the table? Pick up your things. Could you please pick up your things? Unit 6, Exercise 8 Listen to a command, like Clean up this mess. Change it to a request, like Would you mind cleaning up this mess, please? Put away the dishes. Would you mind putting away the dishes, please? A Directions and examples 9
10 What s this for? Unit 7, Exercise 1 Listen and repeat. Unit 7, Exercise 2 Listen to a word or phrase, like a modem Ask a question using the word or phrase, like What s a modem used for? Then you hear an answer. a modem What s a modem used for? It s used to connect a computer to a telephone line. Unit 7, Exercise 3 Listen to a phrase, like write reports Use the phrase in a sentence about computers, like People can use computers for writing reports. pay their bills People can use computers for paying their bills. Unit 7, Exercise 4 Listen to a question followed by a word or phrase, like What is used to transmit television programs? satellites Answer the question, like Satellites are used to transmit television programs. What is used to transmit television programs? satellites Satellites are used to transmit television programs. Unit 7, Exercise 5 [Note: This conversation is on page 47 of the Now repeat each sentence. Unit 7, Exercise 6 Listen to a phrase, like spill drinks on it Use the phrase in a sentence about a computer with Be sure to... or Be sure not to..., like Be sure not to spill drinks on it. spill drinks on it Be sure not to spill drinks on it. keep the keyboard clean Be sure to keep the keyboard clean. 10
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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
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