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A2 Adrian Doff,

Craig Thaine Herbert Puchta,

Jeff Stranks,

Peter Lewis-Jones

Contents Lesson and objective

Grammar

Vocabulary

Pronunciation

Everyday English

Welcome

Possessive adjectives

Plurals

Question words

Numbers

The alphabet

Colours

Classroom objects and instructions

Noticing word stress

Saying hello and introducing people

Spelling words

Countries and nationalities Adjectives

Syllables and word stress

Unit 1 People Getting started Talk about meeting people from other countries 1A Talk about where you’re from be: positive and negative 1B

Talk about people you know

Ask for and give information

Write an online profile

be: questions and short answers

Review and extension More practice Unit 2 Work and study Getting started Talk about what kind of work you find interesting 2A Talk about jobs Present simple: positive and negative 2B Talk about study habits Present simple: questions and short answers 2C Ask for things and reply 2D

Sound and spelling: /k/

Sound and spelling: long and short o Tones for checking

Consonant groups

Asking for and giving information

WORDPOWER from

Jobs Studying

Word stress

Asking for things and replying

Complete a form

Review and extension More practice Unit 3 Daily life Getting started Talk about what you do every day 3A Talk about routines Position of adverbs of frequency 3B Talk about technology in your life have got 3C

Make arrangements

Write an informal invitation

Review and extension More practice Unit 4 Food Getting started Talk about eating with your family 4A Talk about the food you want Countable and uncountable nouns

any 4B Talk about the food you eat every day Quantifiers: much,

a lot of 4C Arrive and order a meal at a restaurant

WORDPOWER work

Time expressions

Common verbs Technology

Sentence stress

Sound and spelling: /aɪ/ and /eɪ/ Word stress

Main stress and tone Main stress

Thinking time: Mm

Making arrangements

WORDPOWER Prepositions of time

Sound and spelling: ea Sound and spelling: /k/ and /g/

Talking about food

Sentence stress Word groups

Arriving at a restaurant

Ordering a meal in a restaurant

Write a blog about something you know how to do Review and extension More practice Unit 5 Places Getting started Talk about what a good home is 5A Talk about towns there is / there are 5B 5C

Describe rooms and furniture in your Possessive pronouns and house possessive ‘s Ask for and give directions

WORDPOWER like

Places in a city Furniture

Sound and spelling: /b/ and /p/ Sound and spelling: vowels before r Sentence stress

Asking for and giving directions

Write a description of your neighbourhood Review and extension More practice Unit 6 Family Getting started Talk about a family you know 6A Talk about your family and your Past simple: be family history 6B Talk about past activities and hobbies Past simple: positive 6C

Leave a voicemail message and ask for someone on the phone

Write a life story

Review and extension More practice

WORDPOWER Prepositions of place

Years and dates Past simple irregular verbs

WORDPOWER go

Sound and spelling: /ʌ/

Sentence stress

Sound and spelling: ea Sound and spelling: a

Leaving a voicemail message

Contents Listening and Video

Speaking

Writing

Five conversations

Reading

Saying hello and introducing people

Names and addresses

A conversation about where you’re from

Where you’re from

Sentences about you

People you know

Notes about people you know

A conversation about people you know At the gym reception

Facebook entries about people you know

First day of an English course

Online profiles

A conversation about a TV programme

An article about Ice Road Truckers An online forum about study habits

A survey about study habits

Ordering in a café

Asking for help Three monologues about studying A competition entry form English

A teacher addressing her class

A conversation about family routines

An article about an Indian family

Three conversations about gadgets

An interview about using the Internet

Making arrangements to go out A monologue about someone’s family

Two informal emails

Asking for and giving information

Checking understanding Using social networking sites

Unit Progress Test An online profile

Capital letters and punctuation

Sentences about jobs

Studying

Study habits Asking for things and replying

Reacting to news Studying English

Questions about study habits

Daily routines

Spending time with your family

Routines you share with others Using the Internet

Technology in your life Making arrangements

Thinking about what you want to say Your family

Unit Progress Test A form

Spelling

A dialogue

Notes about routines you share with other people Sentences about gadgets you’ve got

Questions about gadgets you’ve got

Unit Progress Test An informal email invitation

Inviting and replying

Buying food

The food you like and don’t like A conversation about cooking

A factfile about Heston Blumenthal

Two personal emails

Cooking programmes

Cooking

The food you eat Arriving at a restaurant

Ordering a meal in a restaurant

Changing what you say Cooking

A good cook you know

Cooking for others

Questions about food

A newspaper advertisement

Places you like

Describing a picture of a town

What there is in a town Your home and furniture

Questions and sentences about what there is in a town Sentences about your home

A website about neighbourhoods around the world

Giving and following directions

Checking what other people say What makes a good neighbourhood

Your neighbourhood

A description of your neighbourhood

Linking ideas with and,

Your family

Notes about your family

At a restaurant

Four monologues about cooking

A cooking blog

An article about an unusual town A conversation about a new home On the street Three monologues about neighbourhoods

A conversation about a family tree A conversation about childhood hobbies On the phone

An article about Steve Jobs

A monologue about someone’s life story

A life story

Unit Progress Test A blog about something you know how to do

Making the order clear

Unit Progress Test

Steve Jobs

What you did at different Notes about a childhood hobby times

A childhood hobby Leaving a voicemail message

Asking for Unit Progress Test someone on the phone

Asking someone to wait Important years in your life A life story about someone in your family

Linking ideas in the past

Lesson and objective

Grammar

Unit 7 Journeys Getting started Talk about where you’d like to travel to 7A  Talk about past journeys Past simple: negative and questions 7B 7C

Talk about what you like and dislike about transport Say excuse me and sorry

Write an email about yourself

love / like / don’t mind / hate + verb +

Talk about health and how you feel

Write an article

Review and extension  More practice Unit 9  Clothes and shopping Getting started Talk about shopping in your town or city 9A Say where you are and what Present continuous you’re doing 9B Talk about the clothes you wear Present simple or present at different times continuous 9C

Shop for clothes

Write a thank-you email

Pronunciation

Transport

Sound and spelling: /ɔː/

Saying excuse me and sorry

WORDPOWER get

Sport and exercise Parts of the body

Appearance

Sound and spelling: /uː/ and /ʊ/ have to

Word stress Joining words

Talking about health and how you feel

WORDPOWER tell / say

Shopping

Money and prices Clothes

Word stress in compound nouns

Sentence stress Sound and spelling: o

Syllables Joining words

Review and extension  More practice Unit 10 Communication Getting started Talk about how you use your mobile phone 10A Compare and talk about the things Comparative adjectives you have 10B Talk about languages Superlative adjectives

Everyday English

Transport adjectives Word stress Tones for saying excuse me

Emphasising what we say

Review and extension  More practice Unit 8  Fit and healthy Getting started Talk about sport and exercise for other people 8A Talk about past and present abilities

could / Talk about sport and exercise couldn’t for ability 8B Talk about the body and getting fit have to / don’t have to 8C

Vocabulary

Choosing clothes

Paying for clothes

WORDPOWER time

IT collocations

Sentence stress

High numbers

Word stress

Main stress Main stress and tone

Asking for help

WORDPOWER most

Irregular past participles

Sound and spelling: /ɜː/

Syllables

Present perfect or past simple

Main stress and tone

Asking for and expressing opinions

Geography

Syllables and word stress

Travel collocations

Should / Shouldn’t

WORDPOWER Multi-word verbs

Tones for showing surprise

Consonant groups

WORDPOWER take Grammar Focus  p

Vocabulary Focus  p

Sentence stress

Checking in at a hotel

Asking for tourist information

Contents Listening and Video

Reading

Speaking

A conversation about travelling on the Silk Road

An article about the Silk Road

Two blogs about travelling on the Silk Road A webpage about metros around the world

Four reviews of metros

Transport people use

Past journeys

A conversation about transport in Moscow On the train A conversation about choosing a homestay family

Two online profiles

An email about Ahmed

A podcast about how the Olympics can An article about Paralympian change a city Jonnie Peacock Two monologues about exercise An article about High Intensity Training At the gym A conversation about a free-time activity

An email about a company blog

A blog article about a free-time activity

Metros you know

Disagreeing about transport

Transport you use Saying excuse me and sorry

Showing interest Homestay families

English-speaking countries you’d like to visit

Famous sport events and people

The Olympics

Present and past abilities Getting fit

The things people have to do

Parts of the body Health and how you feel

Expressing sympathy Free-time activities in your country

Your free-time activities

Four phone conversations about meeting Two phone conversations about what people are wearing

Meeting friends in town

Saying where you are and what you’re doing Two blogs about living abroad

Shopping

Festivals in your country

Text messages about what people The clothes you wear are doing Shopping for clothes Choosing clothes

Paying for clothes

Saying something nice Four monologues about giving presents Two thank-you emails The presents you’d like

Giving presents and thanking people for them

A podcast about smartphones and tablets A radio programme about languages

A webpage about smartphones and tablets

Asking for help Three monologues about text messages Four text messages

Six posts on an online discussion board

A conversation about music in Buenos Aires A night out

Three fact files about actresses

A magazine quiz about actresses

An article about actresses An article about Buenos Aires

A conversation about a film

Two online film reviews

Two conversations about holidays

A webpage about holidays

Two monologues about things people like when travelling

An article about living in a different country

A prize holiday

Smartphones and tablets

Using the Web

Comparing two similar things Languages

Blogs and language websites Asking for help

Checking instructions Sending messages

Writing

Unit Progress Test An email about yourself

Linking ideas with after,

Sentences and notes about what people have to do

Unit Progress Test An article

Linking ideas with however

Adverbs of manner

Sentences about what you are doing Notes about what someone you know is wearing

Unit Progress Test A thank-you email

Writing formal and informal emails

Notes about two similar things

Unit Progress Test A post expressing an opinion

Linking ideas with also,

Famous Australians

Buenos Aires

Kinds of music

Notes about entertainment events in your Entertainment events in your town or city town or city Going out in the evening

Unit Progress Test Asking for and expressing opinions

Responding to an opinion Films A film review

Cohesion in paragraphs

Natural places

Important things when on holiday

Holiday plans Living in a different country

Travelling and holidays

Giving advice about travelling Checking in at a hotel

Asking for tourist information

Showing surprise

A conversation about a planned holiday An email with travel advice

An email asking for travel advice

Planning holidays

Audioscripts p

Phonemic symbols and Irregular verbs

Unit Progress Test Notes about surprising things

An email with travel advice

Paragraph writing p

Welcome

G Possessive adjectives

regular plural forms V Numbers

classroom objects and instructions

FIRST CONVERSATIONS

Listen to five short conversations

Match them with pictures a–e

Who says these sentences

? Match them with pictures a–e

How are you

? What’s your name and address

Can we pay,

SAYING HELLO

Put the sentences in the correct order

Nice to meet you

I’m Pierre

Nice to meet you

I’m Tony,

Listen and check your answer

In pairs,

In groups of four,

Say your name and introduce your partner

Listen and check your answers

NUMBERS Listen to Conversation 3

Complete the bill

How much do they pay

2 coffees

Then say all the numbers

Then say the next

And you

Meet other students

Have a conversation with two or three people in the class

Welcome

d Say these colours and spell the words

Write two words you know in English

Say the word and ask your partner to spell it

Listen to Conversation 4 and complete the name and address

Mike K King’s Road A

Work in pairs

Student A,

tell Student B: – your first and last name

Student B,

ask Student A to spell their name and address

Write the information down

Then swap roles

How do you spell your

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

5 a 4 a

THE ALPHABET 1

Underline the correct answer

A This is a nice photo

This is my / your wife and his / her brother

B Oh yes

Is that our / your flat

that’s our / their flat in London

b Pronunciation Which letters have: 1 the same long sound as see /iː/ 2 the same long sound as day /eɪ/ 3 the same short sound as egg /e/

Test a partner

Student A,

Student B,

I live here

This is my flat

Do you live here

Is this your flat

He lives here

This is

She lives here

This is

We live here

This is

They live here

This is

c Complete the sentences with a word from the table in 5b

1 2 3 4

This is my brother

Jenny and Phil are old friends and that’s old car

That’s a good photo of you

And is that daughter

we’re on holiday with friends Sue and Bill

What’s name

CLASSROOM OBJECTS

a Match objects 1–10 with a–j in the picture

1 2 3 4 5

a notebook a dictionary a projector a question a pen

6 7 8 9 10

f Look at how words change in the plural

Complete the rules

a cupboard a desk a whiteboard an answer a coursebook

Listen,

then practise saying the words

Singular ➔ Plural

Most words add

Change a final

If a word ends in

d Write a or an next to each word

CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIONS

Then listen again

Which verbs do you hear each time

ask questions to guess the word

1 2 3 4 5

Underline the correct words

Listen and check

What’s / Who’s this

? How / What do you say this word

? Who’s / When’s the president

? When’s / What’s your English lesson

c Match questions 1–4 with answers a–d

e Choose one of the words from 6a or 6d

Other students Is it big

Is it white

1 2 3 4

What’s ‘amigo’ in English

? How do you spell ‘night’

It’s a boat for cars and people

N-I-G-H-T

d Write a question like questions 1–4 in 7c

Then ask other students your question

CAN DO OBJECTIVES ■

Talk about where you’re from

Talk about people you know

Ask for and give information

Write an online profile

GETTING STARTED a

Look at the picture and answer the questions

? • for a sports game • for a party • for a music concert 3 How do they feel

? Here are some ideas: • bored • excited • good • happy • sad • tired

When do you meet people from other countries

? Here are some more ideas: • on holiday • on a language course • never

I’m from France

LISTENING AND READING

Look at pictures a–f and answer the questions

? 2 Match countries 1–6 with pictures a–f

Listen and check

Practise saying the countries

Listen and tick (✓) the three things they talk about

Learn to talk about where you’re from

G be: positive and negative V Countries and nationalities

Listen again

Complete the conversation

Hi there

What’s your 1 I’m Lena

I’m from St Petersburg

THOMAS Oh yes

! It’s a really beautiful city

LENA Yes,

I think so too

I’m French

LENA Oh,

the French team’s really good

e Are sentences 1–4 true or false

Thomas and Lena are friends

Lena is from Russia

Thomas likes St Petersburg

Lena says the football team from France is very bad

f Underline the two nationalities in the conversation in 1d

UNIT 1 2

VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR

Countries and nationalities

I’m from France

I’m French

Listen and check

Ru | ssia Bra | zil | i | an Spa | nish Ja | pan Ru | ssian Ger | many Jap | an | ese Ger | man Bra | zil Spain

a their football teams b the town where Thomas is from

Listen again and repeat

It’s a town near Paris

It isn’t very big

They’re all in the hotel

They aren’t here

I’m from France

I’m not from Paris

She’s from 2 The people in pictures a–f: They’re They’re from

Look at the conversation in 1d again

Complete the question

Then ask your partner

I’m from I’m

Thomas is / isn’t from Paris

Lena’s friends are / aren’t Russian

Her friends are / aren’t at the match

It’s / It isn’t 8:00

c Look at the sentences and complete the rules

d Make sentences about the people below with the

Listen again and check

1 2 3 4

Pronunciation Notice how many syllables each word has

Underline the stressed syllable in each word in the box in 2a

What do they talk about

we add 2 To make I’m negative,

d Complete the table with the correct forms of the verb be

Now go to Vocabulary Focus 1A on p

Positive (+)

Negative (–)

I’m from St Petersburg

He a really good player

They say they tired

I’m She They

Now go to Grammar Focus 1A on p

f Thomas and Lena talk more in the café

Add the verb be to make correct sentences

Thomas says: 1 My brother at university in Madrid

Lena says:

g Write two positive and two negative sentences about you with the verb be

Make two of the sentences false

Read your sentences to a partner and say if your partner’s sentences are true or false

SPEAKING Communication 1A Student A go to p

Student B go to p

Work in small groups

Tell other students: • your name • your country and nationality • your home town

She’s a lovely person

G be: questions and short answers V Personality adjectives

READING

Learn to talk about people you know

Look at pictures a–d

Where do you think the people are

c Who do you think says sentences 1–4

b Read the texts and match them with pictures a–d

Are your ideas in 1a correct

‘ I have four classes every day

’ ‘ It’s fun to travel with friends

’ ‘ My family live in different places

’ ‘ She speaks two languages – Spanish and Portuguese

Who would you like to meet: Suzi,

Andrey,

Altan or Saddah

W O PHOTO

This is me in Rio de Janeiro with my friend Claudia

She lives in Brazil,

She’s a lovely person – very warm and kind

In this photo,

I’m on holiday with my friend Takor

He’s a fantastic friend and he’s very cool

He’s a great person to be on holiday with

In this photo I’m in St Petersburg with my cousin Oleg

He’s Russian,

but I’m from England – his father and my mother are brother and sister

He’s a really pleasant guy and he’s a brilliant doctor

He’s wellknown in his part of St Petersburg

This is my colleague Maram

We’re teachers and we work together in a school

She’s quiet,

She’s also very popular with her students

VOCABULARY

GRAMMAR be: questions and short answers

Personality adjectives

The underlined

Complete the answers with the verbs in the box

Listen and check

Are they about Rio de Janeiro or Claudia

She’s a lovely person – very warm and kind

1 2 3 4

b Underline nine more adjectives in the texts

Then put them in the correct gaps

Is she Italian

b Complete the table with the correct forms of the verb be

Questions (

Are you Australian

c Pronunciation Three words in the texts have the /k/ sound: kind

Underline the /k/ sound in these words

Which two words do not have /k/

car cheap kitchen quick back key make school cat

Now go to Vocabulary Focus 1B on p

LISTENING

Complete the nationalities (1–3) on the profiles below

Listen again

Complete the profiles with personality adjectives 4–6

I’m not

Now go to Grammar Focus 1B on p

Use contractions ’s,

Listen and check

SPEAKING

a Write down words about friends,

family and famous people you know from other countries

Camilla – British,

A My friends,

Joe and Mel,

5 American

They 6 very warm and friendly

B 7 they married

They 9 just good friends

My best friend Joe’s a cool guy

My aunt Sophia’s fantastic – she’s a very warm and friendly woman

Short answers

A My friend Tony 1 ’s English

He 2 B 3 he from London

Talk about people you know

Use adjectives from 2b

My friend Emma’s very friendly and very popular

She’s from Spain

They’re from Mexico

Gabriel – Mexican,

Talk about the people you know

Look at the conversations in 4d to help you

Name: Roman Nationality 1 Personality 4

Names: Diego and Mia Nationality 2 Personality 5

Name: Laura Nationality 3 Personality 6

S Checking understanding P Consonant groups

What’s your surname

Look at the pictures of Dan and Leo

Use personality adjectives from page 12 to describe them

Watch or listen to Part 1

Choose the correct answer

Learn to ask for and give information

LISTENING

Everyday English

a finish something a do an exercise class a in the office

b do some exercise b go for a run

Are the sentences true or false

Watch or listen to Part 2

What does Leo want to do

a join the gym b book a fitness class c'pay for a fitness class

USEFUL LANGUAGE

Asking for and giving information a Who says sentences 1–7 at a gym: the receptionist 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

What time’s the next class

Can you spell that,

Seymour

You’re welcome

S–E–Y–M–O–U–R It’s at twenty past seven

It’s in Studio 1

I’d like to do a fitness class

Match 1–7 with a–g

Listen and check

c Underline the correct answers

Complete the conversation

Look at 2a and 2b to help you

Listen and check

A B A B A B A B A B A B A

(R) or a visitor (V)

How can I 1 you

? I’d 2 to do a computer course

No problem

When’s the first lesson

? It’s tomorrow at eight o’clock

And 3 the lesson

Can I book a place

Can you 5 that,

Enjoy the class

In pairs,

practise the conversation in 2d

Use your own surname

Take turns being A and B

LISTENING

Watch or listen to Part 3

Leo talks to Martina at the gym

Answer the questions

? 2 What does she say about Dan

Listen to the words below

How many consonant sounds do the marked letters have

CONVERSATION SKILLS

Checking understanding a Complete the mini-conversations with the words in the box

Notice how the marked consonant groups are pronounced

What is a good time to go to the gym

? • before work / school • after work / school

PRONUNCIATION Consonant groups

SONIA It’s in Studio 1

Listen and repeat

SONIA It’s at twenty past seven

SPEAKING Communication 1C Student A go to p

Student B go to p

b Which expression in 4a means: 1 I’m not sure and I want to check

Can you say that again

Pronunciation Listen to what Leo says in 4a

Does the tone go up or down on 1 and 2

Work in pairs

Use the dialogue map to practise checking understanding

Take turns being A and B

Unit Progress Test CHECK YOUR PROGRESS You can now do the Unit Progress Test

Skills for Writing

Learn to write an online profile W Capital letters and punctuation

I’m Carla and I’m from Italy

Kate Marks

SPEAKING AND LISTENING

Teacher,

International College

Ask and answer the questions

Age: –

? 3 Which of the following information is on it

Lives in London,

• where you live • your job • things you like

• your name • your age • your nationality

Student,

University of Milan

She’s …

Age: 20

Lives in Milan From Genoa,

The people in the picture are on an English course

Listen and answer the questions

Carla Dimambro

Italian

Photos about Kate >

b Look at Kate and Carla’s profiles and complete the from London

Friends: 132

Friends: 29

Listen again

Complete the table

Country

One other thing we know

Kate and Mike

They’re

She’s a

Work in groups of five or six

It’s your first day at International College

Student A: You’re the teacher

The others: You’re one of the students in the picture

English is

She’s a

Say who you are and say one more thing

I’m Masato

My home town is Kyoto

READING

a Read Kate and Carla’s profiles for the new course

Underline any new information

I’m Kate Marks

I’m from Wigan

It’s a small town near Manchester in England

I live in London and I’m a teacher at International College

I’m married and I have two small children,

I’m Carla Dimambro

I’m Italian

I’m from Genoa,

but I study marketing at the University of Milan

It’s my first time in London and I’m very happy to be here

Are other people new to London

I like languages,

I like running,

WRITING SKILLS

Capital letters and punctuation a Look at the profiles in 2a

Tick (✓) the words that have capital letters

WRITING

first names of people last names of people names of companies,

universities names of countries and nationalities names of sports names of towns or cities all nouns all words at the start of a sentence the word I

Use the profiles in 2a to help you

Give this information: • • • • •

your name your nationality your home town your job what you like

b Swap profiles with another student and check the capital letters and punctuation

Update your profile >

What are the full forms of these words

? 1 it’s 2 she’s 3 you’re

Add an apostrophe (’) to each word

d Look at the commas (,) and full stops (

Which do we use: a at the end of a sentence

Add capital letters and punctuation (

i live in paris its amazing ➔ I live in Paris

It’s amazing

Review and extension

a Match sentences 1–4 with pictures a–d

1 2 3 4

VOCABULARY

a Complete the sentences with the correct nationality word

WORDPOWER from

Vera’s from Rio de Janeiro

She’s Pedro’s from Madrid

Kurt and Erika are from Berlin

They’re Masha’s from Moscow

She’s

Claude and Sabine are from Paris

They’re Takashi’s from Tokyo

Is the flight from Hong Kong here

I’m from Canada

The shops are open from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

My house’s about five kilometres from the centre of town

b Complete the text about Vera with the correct adjective

Vera’s family are all very 1n e

Her mother’s 2w m and 3 4 k d'and her father is very p t

He’s a 5b t doctor

Her sister Pia is 6q t,

GRAMMAR

a Complete the text with the correct form of the verb be

Use contractions where possible

Hi I 1 Paolo and I 2 from Melbourne in Australia

I3 a university student

I 4 really lucky because I live near my sister Barbara

She 5 an English teacher and she 6 very popular with her students

She 7 very kind and friendly

We 8 Australian,

They 10 doctors

b Write questions for the answers

Use the word in italics to start your question

1 2 3 4 5

Are …

I’m not

I’m Brazilian

They’re from Germany

My name’s Abdul Aziz

I’m from Poland

c Write questions and short answers

1 2 3 4 5

Yes No Yes No No

d Complete the conversation with one word in each gap

A contraction (I’m,

A B A B A B A B

What’s 1 name

And that woman over there

Is 4 your sister

She’s a student at my school

And 6 she from

Practise the conversation in 2d with a partner and use your own personal information

b Match examples 1–4 in 3a with rules a–d

We use from to talk about: a times b a starting place c'our country or city d'how far away something is

c Match sentences 1–4 with rules a–d in 3b

1 2 3 4

Our lunch break is from 12:30 to 1:30

Our hotel’s about five kilometres from the airport

The train from Paris is now at platform two

I’m from Argentina

d Add from in the correct place in these sentences

e Put the phrases in the correct order to make sentences

f Are the sentences in 3e true for you

? Change them to make them true

I’m not from Denmark,

I’m from Australia

REVIEW YOUR PROGRESS How well did you do in this unit

I CAN … talk about where I’m from talk about people I know ask for and give information write an online profile

CAN DO OBJECTIVES ■

Talk about jobs

Talk about study habits

Ask for things and reply

Complete a form

GETTING STARTED a

Look at the picture and answer the questions

1 2 3 4

Where do you think the woman is

? What’s one good thing about her job and one bad thing

What kind of work do you think is interesting

? Here are some ideas: • • • •

working with people working with animals working with machines working on your own

She doesn’t stop for hours

READING AND LISTENING

Look at the pictures

Answer the questions

? 2 Where do you think she’s from,

? 3 Do you think her job is easy or difficult

Learn to talk about jobs G Present simple: positive and negative V Jobs

Find three reasons why Lisa’s job is difficult

Do they like it

Who thinks these things,

Karen (K) or Peter (P)

b Read Ice Road Truckers and check your answers

c Find words in the text to complete the sentences

Talk about the questions

? 2 What other dangerous jobs do you know

We see truckers driving on the roads every day,

but ice road truckers are different

They drive trucks in the north of Canada

But they don’t drive on roads because there are no roads in the north,

In winter,

the water freezes and the trucks go on the ice

Then the truckers take food to the towns in the north

LISA KELLY Lisa Kelly drives a big truck on the ice

It’s a long journey of 600 kilometres and she doesn’t stop for hours

It’s not easy,

but the good thing is Lisa doesn’t drive in the summer because there’s no ice

She makes all her money in the winter so she doesn’t work at all in the summer – she has a long holiday

A DANGEROUS JOB The weather is bad and ice road truckers have a lot of accidents

Kyle Gulkowski,

talks about how he does this dangerous job

‘I drive with one hand on the door handle

Sometimes the ice breaks,

Then I get out quickly before my truck goes into the water

Lisa and the other drivers are in Ice Road Truckers on Wednesday at 7:30

VOCABULARY Jobs

a Match words 1–9 with pictures a–i

Complete the sentences with jobs from 2a

Talk about your answers

1 2 3 4

A A A The pay for a

shop assistant 3 police officer 4 dentist engineer 7 cleaner 8 photographer

Now go to Vocabulary Focus 2A on p

GRAMMAR Present simple: positive and negative

Look at the sentences from 1b and 1e and complete them with the verbs from the box

Listen and check

I / we / you / they

I really They

Ice Road Truckers

Lisa Kelly a big truck

I Ice Road Truckers at all

They on roads because there are no roads in the north

Lisa in summer

b Underline more present simple verbs in the text in 1b

Make two lists: positive and negative forms

Now go to Grammar Focus 2A on p

d Underline the verbs in sentences 1–2

a Think about your job or the job of someone

Write four sentences about the job: two positive (+) and two negative (–)

Use the verbs in the box

Pronunciation Which verb in 3d has an extra syllable when we add the letter

work drive have like study speak go start finish know

f Underline the correct answers

/ʃ/ (spelled sh) and /tʃ/ (spelled ch),

we don’t add / add an extra syllable

Listen to these verbs

Tick (✓) the verbs that have an extra syllable

SPEAKING

Communication 2A Student A go to p

Student B go to p

+ I start work at 7:00 in the morning

Tell your partner your sentences

Can they guess the job

c Tell other students about your partner’s job

Can they guess it

She starts work at …

Do you worry about exams

Learn to talk about study habits G Present simple: questions and short answers V Studying

READING

Ask and answer the questions

? 2 Do you worry about exams and tests

? 3 Do you study a lot for an exam or test

b Read comments 1–3 on the Unichat forum and match them with pictures a–c

Read the comments again and answer the questions with a partner

? 2 Do you have a timetable for your study routine

? 3 Do you make notes when you read something in English

? 4 Do you get good marks in English tests

? 5 How many weeks is a term at your school

? 6 Do you have an exam at the end of the year

? 7 Do you enjoy your English studies

I think it helps to have a good study routine

I make a study 3 timetable and that helps me to pass my exams

I always plan lots of breaks and have a cup of tea and something small to eat

I don’t want to get tired when I study

! But the breaks are only short – about five or ten minutes

Then I go back to studying hard for one or two hours

Good marks come from lots of hard work

You can use some of the words more than once

Ask and answer the questions in 2a

Revision

I agree – exams and tests are really,

In my study 2 breaks I play with my pet rabbit

Some people say that animals stop stress and relax people

I think it’s true,

! Everybody needs a rabbit (or maybe a cat

b Match the words in the box with

Articles

Yeah I hate tests

They’re really difficult and I can’t always 1 remember everything

I need to study every day and make lots of notes

It’s not easy but it helps to listen to R&B music – really loud

SOUL BOY2

Match them with pictures a–g below

Hi guys

It’s really hard to study

I read my study notes for an hour and then I watch really bad TV programmes

a Look at the underlined words in questions

Exam stress

VOCABULARY Studying

UN CHAT

? 2 Put the study habits in the order you want to try them from 1 (really want to try) to 3 (don’t want to try)

GRAMMAR Present simple: questions

Which is correct

? 2 Do you study full-time or part-time

? 3 Study you full-time or part-time

b Complete the questions with one word

Tania and Jack

Does she study more before an exam

Jack (SWOTTIE 8’s real name) talks to Tania about her study habits

Listen and tick (✓) the things they talk about

LISTENING

places to study hours of study

Complete the information about Tania’s studies

• Part-time or full-time studies

Look at the questions in 5b

How are they different

Now go to Grammar Focus 2B on p

Listen and check

1 2 3 4

VOCABULARY Time

Listen and complete the information about Ellie’s studies

a Match the times that Tania talks about with the clocks

a week / do you study / hours / how many

? study grammar / or vocabulary / do you

Can you hear both words clearly

SPEAKING

Write another question about study

b Complete the sentences with the words in the box

Ask and answer your questions in 6a

Do you have any new ideas about studying now

? Natalia studies very early in the morning because she isn’t very tired

I think it’s a good idea,

Now go to Vocabulary Focus 2B on p

Learn to ask for things and reply S Reacting to news P Sound and spelling: ou

I’d like a latte

LISTENING

Everyday English

Look at picture a

Dan and Leo are in a cafeteria

Do you think they’re: 1 at the airport

2 at work

Watch or listen to Part 1 and check your answer in 1a

Work in pairs

Choose the correct answers

a small / large latte and one croissant / two croissants

60 / £4

Watch or listen to Part 1 again and check your answers in 1c

Annie wants to do an online course

What’s her problem

She can’t decide: a which course to do

Are the sentences true or false

Where do you usually meet friends and family

? • in your home • in their home

• in a café • in a different place

USEFUL LANGUAGE

Asking for things and replying a Look at these ways to ask for things

Who says them: Dan (D)) or Annie (A)

Can I have a tea and a latte,

? Could I come to your place tonight

Match a–d with 1–4 in 2a

Small or large

I have another meeting in five minutes

In pairs,

take turns asking for things and replying

Use the phrases from 2a and 2b

CONVERSATION SKILLS

Reacting to news a

Listen and check you answers

I have another meeting in five minutes

We can do it later

DAN Sorry,

ANNIE Oh,

b Read the mini-conversations in 3a again

Which phrase means:

’ 2 ‘I’m not happy about it

c Match a–d with 1 or 2 in 3b

Never mind

I’m sorry about that

It doesn’t matter

What a shame

PRONUNCIATION Sound and spelling: ou

Where are they

? Match them with pictures a–c

Complete the sentences from the conversations in 2d

Listen again and check your answers

What can A and B say

? Use expressions from 2a and 2b

Listen to the sound of the letters ou below

Do the letters in 1–3 have different sounds

Listen again and repeat

SPEAKING Communication 2C Student A go to p

Student B go to p

Unit Progress Test CHECK YOUR PROGRESS

Work in pairs

Use the dialogue maps to ask for things and reply

Take turns being A and B

You can now do the Unit Progress Test

Skills for Writing

Why do you want to study English

? • to get a good job • to meet new friends • for travel and tourism

W Spelling

I need English for my job

SPEAKING AND LISTENING

Learn to complete a form

READING

a Look at the information about

Daniela

Complete Part 1 of the form

Can you remember her nationality

• to study something in English • a different reason

Underline the correct answers

I come from Acapulco / Mexico City and I need English for my job / studies

IC IC IC IC IC IC C IC IC IC I IC C INTERNATIONAL IC I C I form IC IC College C IC entry ICOMPETITION IC IC IC Part 1

I come from Riyadh / Jeddah and I need English for my job / studies

I come from Krakow / Warsaw and I need English for my job / studies

First name: Family name:

Gender:

Nationality:

Listen again and complete the table with the words in the box

Mobile (UK):

Email address:

grammar the lessons the teacher reading and writing listening the timetable

Your class now: Course start date:

Likes at the college

Needs to improve<