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1 Unit 1 At the weekend

Special interests

3.Listen.In your opinion,

which hobbies in the articles do these comments describe?

1.It's dangerous.

2.It's boring.

3.It's frightening.

4.It's expensive.

5.It's fun.

6.It's exciting.

7.It's easy.

8.It's crazy.

9.It's relaxing.

10.It's cheap.

11.It's difficult.

12.It's challenging.

Frequency

Exercise 1

RACHEL:Er...excuse me.

MAN:Yes?

R:Could I ask you some questions?

M:Of course.Sit down.

R:It's nice here.

M:Yes,it is.Er,what do you want to know?

R:I work for an advertising agency,and I'm doing some research.

It's for a new magazine for people like you.

M:People like me.What do you mean?

R:People between eighteen and twenty-five years old.

M:OK.

Exercise 2

RACHEL:Er...excuse me.

MAN:Yes?

R:Could I ask you some questions?

M:Of course.Sit down.

R:It's nice here.

M:Yes,it is.Er,what do you want to know?

R:I work for an advertising agency,and I'm doing some research.

It's for a new magazine for people like you.

M:People like me.What do you mean?

R:People between eighteen and twenty-five years old.

M:OK.

R:Right.Um,what do you do at the weekend?

M:Well,on Fridays,my wife always goes to her exercise class.Then she visits friends. R:Don't you go out?

2 M:Not on Fridays.I never go out on Fridays.I stay at home and watch television. R:And on Saturdays?

M:On Saturdays my wife and I always go sailing together.

R:Really?

M:Mm.We love it.We never miss it.And then in the evening we go out.

R:Where to?

M:Different places.We sometimes go and see friends.

We sometimes go to the cinema or a restaurant.But we always go out on Saturday evenings.

R:I see.And now Sunday.What happens on Sundays?

M:Nothing special.We often go for a walk.And I always cook a big Sunday lunch. R:Oh.How often do you do the cooking?

M:Um,twice a week,three times a week.

R:Thank you very much.All I need now are your personal details-your name, job and so on.What's your surname?

M:Robinson.

8.Pronunciation.Listen.

Once a year.Twice a month.

Three times a week.Four days a week.Five times a day.

Listen

Development

Exercise 2 and 3

MAN:Our home here is-fairly large.We have four bedrooms,an office,

a bunch of bathrooms,I think four bathrooms.Um,

in England you'd say it was three reception rooms but it's front room,

a dining room and a breakfast nook.

We do a lot of things around the house on the weekend.

We garden quite a bit,working in our garden,

and we play basketball on the basketball court we've got out the back.

BOY:Um,at the weekends here I go out a lot with my friends on Friday or Saturday night.

Sometimes we go to the movies or just go to other people's houses and watch videos. MAN:Usually Saturday afternoon we crank up the barbecue

and that's our meal because during the summer it gets pretty hot here

and sometimes you just want to be outside rather than be inside.

In California you really have two seasons from our entertainment point of view-spring,

summer and fall are very much the same type of activities and then

winter is very different on the activities that we do on the weekend.

Summer time activities are usually involved around the children's sports.

My youngest son plays Little League-er,that's baseball.

3 Unit 2 Doing new things

Learning languages

2.Listen and repeat.

1,000 10,000 100,000

150,000 999,000 1,000,000

6.Listen and read.Rita Patel and Julia Marsh work together at MAP Advertising. Answer the questions in your student's book.

RITA:Oh,hi,Julia.

JULIA:Dreaming?

RITA:No,I'm thinking about evening classes.

JULIA:Evening classes?

RITA:Yes,I'm going to go to evening classes.

JULIA:Why?

RITA:Because I want to learn a foreign language,Japanese.

JULIA:Why do you want to learn Japanese?

RITA:Because I like Japan.And I want to do something new.

JULIA:Learning Japanese is going to be difficult.

RITA:I know.But I'm going to do it.

10.Rita is at the community education centre.

Listen and answer the questions in your student's book.

CLERK:Right.How many languages do you speak?Apart from English,of course. RITA:I speak Hindi.

CLERK:Ah.How well do you speak it?

RITA:Very well.I can write it too.

CLERK:Any other languages?

RITA:I can speak a little French.But I can't write it at all.

CLERK:A little French.Can't write it.That's it?

Rita:Yes.

CLERK:And you want to join our beginners'class in Japanese?

RIRA:Yes,please.

CLERK:Well,it's not going to be easy,you know.

It's very different from English,Hindi or French.

RITA:I know.But I want to do it.

After school

6.Stress and intonation.Listen and repeat.

What do you enjoy doing?

What don't you enjoy doing?

Now listen and check.

1.What do you like eating for breakfast?What don't you like eating?

2.What do you like watching on TV?What don't you like watching?

Exercise 9

MANAGER:The centre's usually open five days a week that's from Monday to Friday...though we do sometimes have weekend workshops.

A lot of our classes are in the evening,but there are quite a few during the day,too.

4 INTERVIEWER:And how many people attend classes here?

M:Um,...in any one term we can have between 450 and 500 students coming to classes,

and they're all ages.Of course,most of the students are adults-in fact,

the oldest this term is eighty-two-but we do run playgroups for very young children during the day.

Next year we're going to provide more facilites for teenagers,

because they don't really have a place to go in a small town like this.

I:Which are your most popular classes?

M:Well,they're probably our art classes because that's what we specialise in. After all,students of all ages really enjoy painting and drawing.

Yoga and foreign languages are also extremely popular.

But we offer a very wide range of courses-everything from furniture making to philosophy.

I:Are your students all local people?

M:Er,a lot of our students aren't actually from the town.

They come from other towns and villages because they want to do a particular subject

or beacuase they would like to be with a particularteacher.

And then they also come for other reasons.

Of course the subject interests them,

but people who are new to the town come to meet people

and some people just want to get out of the house...young mothers

and old people in particular enjoy making new friends.

Young lives

1.Listen and read.

Five people are describing new experiences that they had when they were young. Match the descriptions with the pictures in your student's book.

1.Rosie:Oh,I hated it.I was five years old,very small and shy.

My mother took me inside and there were a lot of other children.

Did I cry?Well,I certainly cried.

When she left and I was unhappy all day.I felt awful.

2.Alan:My parents were worried about moving,but I wasn't.I was very excited.

Of course,when we moved I lost some of my friends and I changed schools,but it was an adventure.

3.Rachel:I felt wonderful on the first day.

I was only fifteen but I had a job and some money.

I didn't work on schooldays only on Saturdays.And I sometimes worked in the holidays.

Of course,the job was actually quite boring.

Did they pay me much money?No,but I loved it I really did.

4.Becky:They taught me at school and I took the test when I was sixteen.

Then my mother lent me her car twice a week.

Was I frightened?Well,the first time I drove alone I was frightened for about five

5 minutes,but then I felt fine.

5.Marco:I love my parents but I was very happy to be free.

When I left the house with all my suitcases,I thought,"I'm an adult!"

I went to the airport and caught a plane to Britain.

I didn't know then that I would stay here for so long.

Development

Exercise 5

GENE:My programme is a course in automotive repair.Er,...we,er,

teach people from the age of sixteen through adults.

We're located on a high school campus.It's vocational,

which means that we train people in specific skills that they could use in a job. PRESENTER:There are programmes for adults in the afternoons and evenings, but all the people in Gene's classes are students at San Rafael High School. About eighty-five per cent are boys.

They choose to spend five or ten hours a week with him in groups of eighteen to twenty.

It's a vocational course,but it's part of their general education,

so they don't have to pay.

Many of the students want to learn how to repair their own cars.

G:Every student is an individual that comes into my programme.

All of them think that they're going to be able to fix their own car.

They all have that as a goal that they are going to get out of the programme.

P:Some students,though,want to work in garages and service stations when they leave school.

One lesson a week is in a classroom and deals with the theory of car repairs. On the other days,students work with Gene in the workshop next to the school. They do projects and learn practical skills.This is one of Gene's students.

JOSH:I like classes like this because it's more of the real world than

it is sitting there reading a text book,

not knowing what you are going to be using it for.

P:In other high schools the local education office runs different vocational courses. Students can learn about radio broadcasting,electronics,

business technology and restaurant work at the same time as the usual school subjects.

Unit 3Planning a trip

Ways of travelling

8.Stress and intonation.Listen and mark the main stresses in these sentences.

1.Trains are safer than planes.

2.Stations are more convenient than airports.

9.Listen to five people talking about how they prefer travelling and why.

Complete the chart in your students'book.

1.AlAN I prefer travelling by plane because I get there faster.

2.ANNA Actually,I think buses are better than any other form of transport. On a long journey you always meet people and talk to them,

6 People are friendlier on buses.

And the journey's more interesting because you can see the countryside.

3.BECKY I hate travelling by train.

There are always problems with trains in this country.

They're late or they're cancelled or something happens.

I use my car and I always get where I'm going in time.

Travelling by car is definitely more reliable.

4.SALLY Buses are bad but cars are worse.

They both cause terrible pollution in towns and cities.

I travel everywhere by bicycle because I think it's better for the environment and it's good exercise.Anyway,I'm too young to drive!

5.BOB People who drive cars long distances to get to work are crazy.

They sit for hours in traffic jams;

they get angry and frustrated.Trains are much better.

I like travelling by train because I can work while I'm travelling.

It's more convenient and more comfortable than travelling by car.

Unit 3 Travel arrangements

1.Listen and read.Julia Marsh is talking to a colleague.

His name is James Brady.Answer the questions in your student's book.

JULIA:James,have you got a meeting in Edinburgh soon?

JAMES:Yes,I'm going to see some clients on the 20th.Why?

JULIA:Oh,because I'm going to visit clients in Glasgow on Wednesday,and it's quite near Edinburgh.

JAMES:Ah...I'm going to drive there on the Friday before,

but that's no good to you.How will you get there?

JULIA:I'll go by car too,I think.No,I won't drive--it's a long way.

I'll fly.Then I can go and come back the same day.

JAMES:Good idea.I need my car because I want to do some sightseeing

6.Listen and read.Marco is talking to his friend Teresa.

Answer the questions in your student's book.

MARCO:I'm going to Brighton at the weekend.Would you like to come?

TERESA:Oh,yes.I'd love to.

MARCO:Oh,good.I'm going to catch the ten o'clock train.Is that OK?

TERESA:That's fine.

MARCO:Don't be late.It's the only fast train.

TERESA:Don't worry.I'll be there.

MARCO:Let's meet at the ticket office at half past nine.Or earlier at your flat? TERESA:Er...no,I'll see you at the ticket office.

Exercise 9

JULIA:Rita,I want to fly to Glasgow early on the 15th,

that's this Wednesday,and come back the same day.

Can you make the arrangements,please?

RITA:Wednesday.OK,Julia.The plane's expensive,though.Does Tom know about this? JULIA:Er,no.Oh,all right,I'll go by train the day before.

7 It's more comfortable,anyway.And I'll find a hotel when I arrive.

RITA:What time do you want to leave?

JULIA:At about midday.A second-class,

non-smoking seat on a train with a restaurant car,please.

RITA:OK,I'll see what I can do.Oh,do you want Glasgow Central station?

JULIA:Um,yes,I do.Thanks.

Development

Exercise 3

A passenger will step up and tell me which flight

they intend to be taking that day-whether they have a ticket or not.

If they've not got a ticket I can issue the ticket right there at the ticket counter, re-confirm their itinerary for the round trip,

check in their luggage for them,

and make sure they're satisfied with their seat selection.

Exercise 4

The three classes of service that we offer are coach class,

which is the economy class;business class,

which is better than coach class,and first class,

which is the premium service and the best way to travel.

Each transaction is really different.

There's never anything that's um, boring,about the job,

and for the most part the people that I come into contact with are really pleasant and the people

that I work with at the airport are really pleasant.

Exercise 5

Conversation 1

SHERRY:Hello.Good afternoon.

PASSENGER:Good afternoon.

S:Would you like to check that piece of baggage?

P:Yes,I would.

S:OK.And your destination?

P:Ontario.

S:Ontario,Canada?

P:No,...er...

S:Ontario,California?

P:Yes.

S:All right.

Conversation 2

SHERRY:OK.In Chicago the flight number right now,flight 52,is gate K19...

PASSENGER:OK.

S:And you will be coming into the airport at gate number K6B

so it's only a matter of walking in the same terminal,thirteen gates.

P:OK.

Conversation 3

8 SHERRY:And,er,it's just a one way as of now.

Did you want to return also with American Airlines?

PASSENGER:Yes,Sunday travel would be fine.

S:OK.Thanks.In the morning,afternoon or evening?

P:Er,I prefer evening.

S:Prefer evening,OK.

That would be our American flight non-stop service out of Vancouver,

Sunday night at 6.10 in the evening and you'll arrive back here in San Jose at 8.30. P:Perfect.

Unit 4 Shopping for clothes

Describing clothes

Exercise 2

EMMA:So what are you wearing to the fashion show,Stephanie?

STEPHANIE:Well,I'm wearing a big straw hat,a long blue flowery dress, oh,with white buttons,tights and black sandals.

EMMA:And Jo?

JO:I'm wearing tight dark jeans,

with a black belt,a long brown cardigan with a zip and a white blouse. EMMA:What are you wearing Mark?

MARK:Blue jeans,a red T-shirt,white socks and white trainers,

a grey sweatshirt and a baggy black jacket.

EMMA:Winston?

WINSTON:Well,I'm wearing grey school trousers,

big black shoes and a white shirt,matching green gloves

and scarf and a striped tie and I'm holding a black coat.

EMMA:Well,I'm wearing black trousers,

this really nice waistcoat with flowers on it,

over a white T-shirt and a sweater tied around my shoulders.

I'm wearing black boots and gold earrings.

Exercise 6

ASSISTANT:Can I help you?

JULIA:Yes,I'm looking for a coat.Um,can I try this on?

ASSISTANT:Yes,of course.

JULIA:It's too small.Here.

ASSISTANT:Yes,it is.

JULIA:Do you have any others?

ASSISTANT:Yes,over here.Try this on.It's your size.

JULIA:Yes,it is my size,but...it isn't long enough.

ASSISTANT:Right.

JULIA:I prefer longer coats.

ASSISTANT:What about this one?

This is your size and it's longer than the other coat.Would you like to try it on? JULIA:No,I don't like the colour.

9.Stress and intonation.Listen and repeat.

9 1.I like this coat,not that one.

2.The red one is cheaper than the green one.

Now listen and check.

3.These shoes are too big,and those are too small.

4.It's a nice dress,but it's too expensive.

5.I want a coat,not a jacket.

6.I like the black jeans.The blue ones aren't long enough.

The right clothes

5.Listen and read,Marco is in the shop.

MARCO:I'd like a pair of black shoes,please.

ASSISTANT:Certainly.What size?

MARCO:Um...eight,I think.

ASSISTANT:Here you are.Would you like to try them on?

MARCO:Yes,please...I'm afraid they're too small.Can I try eight and a half,please. ASSISTANT:Certainly.Here you are.

MARCO:Thanks...They're fine.I'll take them.Oh,how much are they?

ASSISTANT:They're £24.99.

7.Marco is in another shop.Listen and describe the jacket that he buys.

ASSISTANT:Do you like this blue jacket?

MARCO:Yes,it's nice,and I like the green one too.

But I think this brown jacket's the nicest.Have you got it in a size,er,42?

ASSISTANT:Yes,sir.Here are you.Try it on.

MARCO:Thanks...Oh yes,I like this one very much.

ASSISTANT:I'm afraid it's quite expensive-in fact

it's the most expensive jacket in the shop-

but it's also the best quality.It really suits you.

MARCO:How much is it?

ASSISTANT:It's £130.

MARCO:Mm.That's OK.Jackets are more expensive in Italy.I'll take it.

Development

2.Listen to a British person doing Exercise 1.Answering the questions in your student's book.

OK,well,um,right the girl on the end on the left,um sitting on the floor,

she's really casually dressed and she's sort of got quite sort of wild hair,

she's quite young,um I'd say she's probably,

she could be a play school teacher perhaps,or maybe,maybe a student.

Yeah,I'd say she's a student that one.Um OK,

right now next to her there's this sort of scruffy chap,

with um dungarees on and overalls I suppose they are,

and big boots and they're dirty and he's,sort of,he's got a sort of checked shirt on. I'd say he's a labourer of some sort um a builder perhaps,or maybe,

he certainly works in the outdoors,a gardener,yes I think he's probably a gardener. OK,now next to him,oh,now he's really smart this chap here,

with his legs crossed and this flash suit

11 MECHANIC:Can I help you?

ALAN:Yes.There's something wrong with the brakes.

MECHANIC:What's the matter with them?

ALAN:I don't know.They're not working.

MECHANIC:OK.Leave the bike here and I'll look at it later.

ALAN:Oh.Look,I need it this afternoon.Couldn't you repair it now?

MECHANIC:I'm sorry,I can't.I'm busy at the moment.

Development

5.Listen to the radio announcement about traffic problems.

Which picture shows what announcer suggests?

A message for drivers going north up the M1.

Traffic is not moving at all on the northbound carriageway of

the M1 after a major accident involving a lorry

and four cars near Northampton,between junctions 15 and 16.

Drivers going north have to take the A508 at junction 15

in the direction of Northampton and join the motorway again at junction 16. The other side of the motorway is clear,

so no problems for drivers going south.I'll just repeat that message.

An accident on the M1 between junctions 15 and 16 is blocking the northbound carriageway.

Drivers should take the A508 at junction 15 towards Northampton

and rejoin the motorway at junction 16 via the A45 from Northampton.

That's all the traffic news for now.

Next news at 2 o'clock.Until then,drive carefully.

Unit 6 How things work

Victorian inventions

Exercise 4

Example:It's for keeping your moustache dry.

1.It's for washing yourself.

2.It's for printing advertisements on the street.

3.It's for serving food.

Listen

Now listen to these questions.How is for pronounced?

What's it for?

What's that for?

Machines around us

1.Listen and read.Karl Schiller is in London, visiting MAP Advertising.

A hotel porter is showing him his room.Answer the questions in your student's book. KARL:It's cold in here.How do you turn on the heating?

PORTER:The heating is on,sir.But you're right.It is cold.

There's a thermostat,here,on the wall.I'll turn it up.

KARL:Thank you...There's something wrong with the TV.It doesn't work.

PORTER:You have to press this button.

KARL:Ah.

12 PORTER:The light switches are here.This turns on your main light.

And this turns on the bedside lights.And this is your radio and alarm clock. KARL:Thank you.

POPTER:Will that be all,sir?

KARL:Yes.That's fine,thanks.

PORTER:Thank you,sir.Enjoy your stay.

6.Listen to the sounds.What did Karl do when the porter left the room?

1.Karl:A bit of music...

2.Karl:Hmm.It's not loud enough.

3.Karl:Now,where's the main light switch?Ah...

4.Karl:No,I don't need that.It's not very dark.

5.Karl:Oh,it's too hot now.Now,where's that thermostat?

8.Stress and intonation.Listen and underline the main stresses.

Turn it off.

Turn off the radio.

He turned off the radio.

He turned the radio off.

Turn it up.

Turn up the heating.

She turned up the heating.

She turned the heating up.

Exercise 11

ALAN:So how does this work?

ROSIE:It's easy.I'll show you.There's a cassette in the camera,OK?

First,press this switch here and turn the power on.

ALAN:Right.

ROSIE:Next,take off the lens cap so you can see.

ALAN:Uh-uh.

ROSIE:Then hold the camera up to your eye and press the red button.

ALAN:It's recording!That's easy.And when I take my finger off the button,

it stops recording!Does it focus automatically?

ROSIE:Yes,it does.Then,when you finish your video,press the eject button. ALAN:...and take out the cassette.Lovely.Thanks.

Development

2.Listen to Bronco talking about his work and answer the questions in your student's book.

INTERVIEWER:What do you do,Bronco?

BRONCO:I'm a stunt man by trade.That means I fall off horses,

I get shot,blown up-all things like that in movies and television.

I've worked in quite a lot of films-all the Indiana Jones series,

Rambo III,Total Recall,and such.So I work with a lot of stars,

including Sean Connery,Robert de Niro,Charles Bronson,

Sylvester Stallone,Arnold Schwarzenegger,Richard Harris,

and so on.

13 I:So what kind of stunts do you do?

B:All kinds of stunts,really.I do fight scenes,jumping off trains,

jumping onto trains,falling off buildings,falling down stairs and so on.

5.Listen to Bronco describing this stunt,check your answers to Exercise 4.

INTERVIEWER:Can you describe one particular stunt and how it works?

BRONCO:Yes,there was one in Robin Hood,Prince of Thieves,

where I had to be shot off a horse with an arrow.

So in order to do this,I put a harness on,

fixed a cable to the harness from a tree,about twenty-five yards of cable.

I got on my horse,remembering that the arrow was fixed on my chest and when I lift my arm the arrow pops up.

So I gallop straight to the end of the cable,which stops me in mid-air.

The horse gallops on,the arrow pops up and I hit the ground.

Unit 7 Getting aground town

Sightseeing

7.Word stress.Listen to the adverbs and underline the stressed syllables.

beautifully dangerously politely easily badly carefully quietly

8.Listen.Julia and Karl are looking for a taxi to take Karl back to his hotel.

Answer the questions in your student's book.

JULIA:Right.What do you want to do now,Karl?

KARL:I'd better get back to the hotel.I'm meeting someone this evening.

J:Oh,Ok.How are you going to get back?

K:I think I'll take a taxi.Do you know where I can get one?

J:Oh,just wait by the side of the road.Taxis just drive past.I'll wait with you. K:OK.Thanks.Um,are all the taxis in London black?

J:Yes.Well,nearly all of them.Is this your first time in a London taxi?

K:Yes,it is.Do you give extra money to taxi drivers here?

J:You mean a tip?Oh,yes.They usually expect about ten percent.

K:Yes,it's the same in Germany.

J:Oh,look,there's one.Taxi!

Getting to work

Exercise 1

ROSIE:Would you like some more coffee,James?

JAMES:Oh,yes,please.Another day's work.I like the job;

it's the travelling around London I hate.It's just awful.

R:Oh,come on,James.Surely it's not that bad.How do you get to work?

J:I walk to the station and take the underground.

R:How far is it?The office,I mean.

J:Er,five or six miles,I suppose.

R:So how long does the journey take?

J:About forty-five minutes on a good day.

R:That's not too bad.How much does it cost?

J:It's twenty pounds a week.I think that's quite a lot.

R:Oh,James.Stop complaining.And hurry up.You'll be late.

14 Exercise 5 and 6

ROSIE:So where exactly is MAP?I'll meet you there when you finish work.

JAMES:Er,well,to get to Wimbledon tube station you go out of the building and turn left.

Then take the er,second street on the left.

R:Left and second left.

J:Yes,keep walking and you'll see the station.

Now,I've got an underground map here somewhere.Look.Here's Wimbledon station. Umm here,you take the District Line-that's the green one-to Earls Court

and then change to the Piccadilly Line...that's this dark blue line here.

It's nine stops to Holborn station and MAP is five minutes'walk from there. R:I see.So from Wimbledon to Earls Court and then Earls Court to Holborn. I've got it.And where's MAP from there?

J:It's a bit difficult to explain.I'll write down the address.Just ask someone. R:OK.

7.Stress and intonation.Listen.Underline the main stresses in this sentence. Example:Excuse me.How do I get to Madame Tussaud's?

Now listen and repeat.

1.Excuse me.How do I get to Trafalgar Square?

2.Excuse me.How do I get to Buckingham Palace?

3.Excuse me.How do I get to the Hard Rock Cafe?

4.Excuse me.How do I get to the Tate Gallery?

Development

Exercise 3 and 4

They go from Little Venice,which is where we are today,

down to Hampstead Road Lock,which is in Camden Town.

The journey down to the Hampstead Road Lock is a distance of about two and a half miles,

that's five miles in total,and the return journey takes one and a half hours. There isn't really a typical passenger.

Um,tourists from all countries of the world,

groups of old-age pensioners who book the boat

and they're our favourite customers for sure,um,all sorts of people.

The journey goes from here through the tunnel,under Maida Hill,

which is about 250 metres long.By canal standards it's quite short.

It's one of the shorter tunnels on the system.

The fastest that the boat travel is probably about four

and three quarter miles an hour although the speed limit is actually four miles an hour.

The journey makes its way around the north-west edge of Regent's Park through the London Zoo.

There's a beautiful aviary and a few antelope to be seen

and sometimes we get to see the elephant walking around.

And then winds down in a very narrow channel past

15 some beautiful old houses and down to Hampstead Road Lock.

In the high summer we make four trips a day.

The return fare for an adult is£4.50,

or single fare £3.50 and then there are reductions for children and pensioners. I love boats,um,the fresh air is a great attraction.

If there's a sunny day I'm out in,and yes,meeting people too is very important to me. Unit 8 Cooking a meal

Shopping for food

3&4.Teresa is talking to a shop assistant.Listen and answer the questions in your student's book.

TERESA:Excuse me.Can you tell me where the olive oil is?

ASSISTANT:Yes,it's over there in the 'cooking ingredients' section,next to the canned food.

T:Right.And what about pizzas?Can you tell me where they are?

A:Pizzas.Er,let me think.Oh yeah,they're in the bakery section.Can you see that over there at the back?

T:Oh yes.Thank you.

A:That's all right.

6.Stress and intonation.Listen and repeat.

Can you...?

Can you tell me...?

Can you tell me where the...?

Can you tell me where the carrots are?

Now listen and repeat this question.

Can you...?

Can you tell me...?

Can you tell me if there's...?

Can you tell me if there's any bread?

Unit 8 Shopping for food

9.Stress and intonation.

Teresa is checking the things in her shopping basket.Listen and repeat.

...ice cream,lamb,carrots,milk and chocolates.

Listen and check.

1.I need some cheese,some eggs,some flour and a loaf of bread.

2.Some sugar,some biscuits,and a packet of tea.

3.Jam,marmalade,butter and milk.

10.Listen to Teresa's conversation with the assistant at the check-out.

Correct the mistakes in the conversation in your student's book.

ASSISTANT:That's £14.20,please.How are you paying?

TERESA:By check...Here you are.

ASSISTANT:Thank you.Here's your kart.Do you need any more bags?

TERESA:No,no more.Thank you.Goodbye.

ASSISTANT:Goodbye.

Development

16 Exercise 1

One of the favourite dishes in Milly's that we've been making a lot er,

is,a stew and we do it as a special and it's called O'Malleys Stew.

We get all of the seasonal vegetables that we buy at farmers'market

and we wash them and we chop them on our preparation board.

Ah,then we get a pot and fill it with water and begin to blanch the carrots and the leeks.

After they've been simmering for a couple of minutes

we add the Shii-taki mushrooms and the smoked tofu.

We continue then to add the remaining ingredients and simmer a while longer,

add some fresh herbs and let it simmer for a few more minutes and then the dish is complete.

Exercise 4 and 5

MANAGER:Lotus Restaurant.Manager speaking.

JULIE:Hello,I'd like to book a table for four,please.

M:Certainly.When would you like to come?

J:Tomorrow lunchtime.One o'clock?

M:That's fine.Would you like a smoking or non-smoking table?

J:Oh,non-smoking,please.Um can I just check.Do you serve vegetarian food? M:Yes,we do.

J:And can you tell me if you do children's meals?

M:Not normally,no,but we can serve small portions at a lower price.

J:Good.Thank you very much.One o'clock tomorrow,then.Goodbye.

Unit 9 In the country

Changing places

Exercise 8

TOM:We have to move the company.To a new office.

JAMES:Move?But...

JULIA:I think that's a great idea.

T:Good.

J:We should be in the centre of town.We'll be nearer our customers.

T:Julia,I...

J:The transport is better...

T:Julia,I...

J:...and there are lots of good restaurants.

T:Julia,I think we should move to the country.

J:Oh!

T:For...against.For:cheaper rent,cheaper houses,cleaner air.

It's quieter.There's not so much noise.And parking's easier.

Do you agree that these are all good reasons for moving?

J:Yes,I agree.But let's talk about the things against moving.

Number one.A long way from some clients.

Don't you mean from all of our clients?

T:No,that's not right.One of our biggest clients is in the west,and we have another,in

17 the north.

JAMES:What about communications?

T:There's an airport here and a motorway here.

And there are fast trains to everywhere in Britain from this station.

J:So communications are better than they are from here?

T:I think so.

J:But what do we do with our spare time?

I know we can go for walks in the country.Perhaps go horse-riding.

But we can only do that in summer.What do we do in winter?

When it's cold and wet.It's not like London,is it?

T:I agree.But in this town here-twenty minutes by car-there are cinemas, theatres,good restaurants and there's a jazz club.

So,I think MAP Advertising should move to the country.Do you agree? J:No,I don't agree.

T:James.

JAMES:I'm not sure.

Pets or pests?

Exercise 6

1.You're coming on Friday,aren't you?

2.Your birthday's today,isn't it?

7.Listen to four conversations.And answer the questions in your student's book.

1.A:Hello,George.Where are you going?

B:I'm going to buy a puppy for my son's birthday.

A:Really?You've got a dog,haven't you?

B:Well,we had one,but it died.

2.C:Hi,George.Have you got the puppy?

B:Yes,look.

C:Oh,it's lovely.You bought some food,didn't you?

B:Yes,I did.

3.D:Mrs Simon is back from holiday.

E:Is she?How do you know?

D:There,on the wall.That's her cat,isn't it?

E:Oh,yes.I think it is.

4.E:I'm surprised Mrs Simon's got a cat.

D:Why?Oh,her husband.He hates animals,does't he?

E:Yes,he does.

Now listen again the picture.

1. you're got a dog, haven't you?

2. you bought some food, didn't you?

3. That's her cat, isn't it?

4. He hates animals, doesn't he?

Development

Exercise 4

MARY:We keep cattle,which are called Herefords;we keep black pigs;

18 we keep sheep and we keep chickens for laying eggs and various farmyard animals-geese,ducks,goats.

The majority of educational visits to Cherry Trees Farm are from schoolchildren aged between four and ten who are from city areas.

MICHAEL:Welcome to Cherry Trees Farm.Now a visit to Cherry Trees Farm is, er not the usual sort of visit because where practical I ask you to help me. MARY:After they've had their lunch,they then go to collect eggs,

which to many is,is one of the best things they do on the farm

because a hen often will be sitting in the box where the egg is laid

and the child must slip its hand under the hen and actually touch a warm egg. CHILD:I've got it,Alex!

MARY:And then usually after they have collected eggs,

they will set off to see all the other animals.

Part of our philosophy or belief is that animal welfare is as important as the methods by which we farm.

So for us freedom amongst the animals is part of the whole system.

因此对于我们来说自由地在动物中玩耍也是整个系统的一个部分。

Unit 10 Desvribing things

Lost property

Exercise 3 and 4

On a typical day we can receive as many as five hundred items,um,

if it's been raining we could receive over a thousand umbrellas,um,

handbags,purses,cameras,watches,you name it and somebody's lost it at some time or another.

As you can see,this is some of the false teeth that we have handed in.

We're not quite sure what are tops and what are bottom sets.

Probably enough musical instruments here to equip a small orchestra,

false hand,part of a skeleton-that's the leg part,

I think-quite a large theatrical sword,a stuffed eagle,a beautiful wedding dress. We received nineteen thousand umbrellas last year;ladies'umbrellas,

gents'and even the more unusual type-an umbrella for two.

7.Word stress.Listen and mark the main stress on each word.

Everyone someone anyone no one

everywhere somewhere anywhere nowhere

everything something anything nothing

Now listen again the picture.

Giving details

1.Listen and read.Rosie is talking to her brother,

James,on the telephone.What is Rosie's present to James.

ROSIE:I made your birthday present yesterday.

JAMES:You made it!What is it?

ROSIE:I'm not telling you.I'll bring it to London next week.

JAMES:OK.Let me guess.What colour is it?

ROSIE:Um...it's green and blue.

19 JAMES:So what shape is it?

ROSIE:Rectangular,I suppose.

JAMES:Hmm.And,um,how big is it?

ROSIE:Oh,about 30 centimetres wide...and...2 metres long.

JAMES:Really?How heavy is it?

ROSIE:I've got no idea.Less than a kilo.

JAMES:Right.And,um,what's it made of?

ROSIE:Wool.

JAMES:Oh,I know!It's a...

ROSIE:See you next week,James.Bye!

2.Stress and intonation.Listen and repeat.

1.What colour is it?

2.What shape is it?

3.How big is it?

4.How heavy is it?

5.What's it made of?

Describing clothes

1.Listen to five people talking about their favourite sweaters.

1.PAUL MONEY Almost all my sweaters are dark blue and wool or cotton- I have a number.

2.MARK HILL My favourite sweater is red,

and it's made of wool,with my golf club's emblem on it.

3.GENE ABBOTT My favourite sweater is blue,it's made of wool and I bought it in Scotland.

4.JOSH LOFRANO My favourite sweater is a mint green colour and it's made of 100% cotton.

5.MILDRED COOKSON Grey and cashmere.

8&9.James and Julia are leaving a restaurant.

Listen to the conversation with the waiter and answer the questions in your student's book.

JAMES:Well,that was a nice meal.

JULIA:Lovely.I enjoy eating out.

WAITER:Here you are,madam.Your coat,sir.

JULIA:Thank you very much.

JAMES:Er,this isn't mine.

WAITER:I'm sorry,sir.What's yours like?

JULIA:His is a long,black,leather one.

Waiter:Oh.I can't see one like that.Not leather.

JULIA:James,look over there.Isn't that man wearing your coat?

JAMES:What?Yes,he is.Wait...!

Unit 10 Development

Exercise 1

OFFICIAL:Can I help you?

MAURA:Yes,I can't find my baggage.

20 O:Which flight were you on?

M:Er,BA172,from Milan.

O:Right.Er,how many bags are missing?

M:Two.

O:Can you describe them?

M:Well,there's a big suitcase-it's brown and it's made of leather.

O:How big is it?

M:Um,about a metre long by,...I don't know,about seventy centimetres.

O:OK.And you say it's made of leather?

M:Yes.

O:What about the other suitcase?

M:Er,it isn't a suitcase,it's a holdall-it's smaller,

about half the size.It's green with a black handle.

O:And is that made of leather,too?

M:Well,the handle's leather,but the bag's cotton,or nylon.I'm not sure which.

O:OK.Don't worry.I'm sure we'll find them.Now,can I take your name and address? M:My name's Maura Mattioli-that's M-A-T-T-I-O-L-I.

And I'm staying at the International Student Hostel,

that's a student hostel in Malet Street-M-A-L-E-T Street,London WC13LA.

O:Malet Street,London WC1.Right.

And can you give me a telephone number where I can contact you today or tomorrow?

M:Yes.The hostel number is 071-637 5883.

O:Right.Well,that's everything.

I'll call you later today when the next flight from Milan arrives to let you know what's happening.

When we find the bags,we'll send them to you immediately.

M:OK.Thank you very much.

Unit 11 You and your body

The human body

4.Listen and read.Tom Hall's son,

Bob,is moving out of his parents' house into a flat.

Penny,his girlfriend,is helping him.Answer the questions in your student's book. BOB:Oh!

PENNY:Bob?What's the matter?

BOB:My arms hurt.

PENNY:I'm not surprised.Why don't you stop for a moment?Let's have a cup of tea! BOB:That's a good idea.I think I will.

PENNY:You should ask me to help you with the heavier boxes.

BOB:Yes.You're probably right.Er,where did we put the tea?

8.Stress and intonation.Listen and repeat.

Example:He's got a headache.

1.She's got a cold.

2.They've got coughs.

21 3.She's got toothache.

4.He's got earache.

5.She's got stomachache.

Accidents

2.Listen and read.Marco and Teresa are talking in the telephone.

Tick the things on your list that Marco has done.

TERESA:Hi,Marco.What are you doing?

MARCO:I'm tidying my room.Jean and her kids are coming round.

Have you seen those children?They're little monsters.

TERESA:They're sweet!But Marco,you should sort out your room before they arrive. Your fire's not safe for children.

MARCO:I know.It's all right.I've bought a fireguard.

TERESA:And have you moved your records and CDs?

MARCO:No,I haven't,but I'm going to put them under the bed.

TERESA:What about all those glasses?What have you done with them?

MARCO:I've put them on a higher shelf.

And I've locked all the cupboards.Er,have you had coffee?

TERESA:Yes,I have--and no,I don't want to come and help.See you later,Marco! MARCO:Bye,Teresa.

3.Stress and intonation.Listen Underline the stressed words.

MARCO:They're little monsters.

TERESA:They're sweet!

Now listen and check your answers

A:It's warm today,isn't it.

B:What?It's freezing!

A:Let's go.It's late.

B:What do you mean?It's still early.

Emergencies

2.Listen to Rachel,Julia and Tom at MAP Advertising.

Answer the questions in your student's book.

RACHEL:I've done it!I've done it!

JULIA:What?

RACHEL:I've won a holiday for two,in Italy.

JULIA:That's great.Congratulations.

RACHEL:Italy!Beautiful weather.Beautiful food.

JULIA:Rachel!Look out!Rachel!Are you all right?Are you OK?

RACHEL:I don't know.I've broken my leg,I think.

JULIA:Now,don't worry,Rachel.Which leg is it?

RACHEL:This one.

JULIA:And where does it hurt?

RACHEL:There.

JULIA:Now,I won't hurt you.I'll be careful.Mmm,I can't feel anything.

RACHEL:Have I broken it?

JULIA:No,I don't think so.But I'm not sure.

22 TOM:What's happened?

JULIA:It's Rachel.She's hurt herself.

TOM:Has she broken anything?

JULIA:I'm not sure.I don't think so.

TOM:OK.OK.Don't move her.She should go to hospital.I'll call an ambulance. Development

1&2.Listen to Mary Evelyn,from the London Contemporary Dance School. Answer the questions in your student's book.

I've always loved to watch dancing.

I find it fascinating because it's something which crosses all barriers. It's often called the language of dance.It's a way of communicating emotion or feelings,stories,without having to use words.

Strength is very,very important to the dancer,and stamina.

They have a great deal of work to do to make the body mobile.

That's to make all the,the arms,the legs,

the head move freely and to have control over the different parts of the body. Isolation in dance is very important.

It is crucial that the dancer learns to use all the different parts of

the body in separation from each other so that,for instance,

while the whole of the rest of the body was still,

they could move just a hand from the wrist,or just the head,just a shoulder. Each part of the body must be mobile on its own.

I've always loved the human body and the way it works,

and this is something which I'm still discovering.

The endless possibilities for the body,

for all the parts of the body to work in isolation from each other or together. This is a study which I imagine will take me all my life.

Unit 12 People's lives

Achievements

5.Stress and intonation.Listen Underline the main stresses.

Example:Have you ever been to the circus?

1.Have they ever had a computer?

2.Has he ever travelled by plane?

3.I've never seen that stunt.

4.They've never had computer games.

5.He's never been abroad.

Changes

1&2.Alan is visiting Rosie's flat.

Listen to their conversation and answer the questions in your student's book. ALAN:Rosie,I've got something to tell you.

ROSIE:What is it?

ALAN:Well,I've made a decision.I'm going to leave the hospital.

ROSIE:Leave?What do you mean?

ALAN:I'm bored with it.I want to do something different.

23 ROSIE:I see....have you been at the hospital?For two years?

ALAN:No,I've been there...and I've been in Brighton...I want a change.

ROSIE:You're leaving Brighton!But why?What are you going to do?

ALAN:I'm going to Africa.

I've got a job as a nurse with a voluntary organization.

They want me to go to Nigeria.

ROSIE:What!You're joking!

ALAN:Look.I didn't tell you before because nothing was certain.

But I got a letter this morning.

Rosie,I'm going to miss you very much,and I don't want our relationship to end. But I want to see the world.You do understand,don't you?

ROSIE:Oh,yes,I understand!

ALAN:I'm really sorry.Rosie.

9.Listen to Julia's conversation with Tom Hall and answer the questions in your student's book.

Tom:Yes?

JULIA:Can I talk to you for a moment,Tom?

T:Of course,Julia.Sit down.What is it?

J:I've decided to leave.

T:Leave?

J:Yes.I've decided to leave MAP Advertising.

T:Oh,no.Is it because we're moving out of London?

J:Well,yes.But there are other reasons.

T:I know.You've never liked working here and you've found another job.

J:No.I've enjoyed working here.And I've learnt a lot.But...

T:But what?

J:Well,I haven't had time for other things.

I've worked here for four and a half years,nearly five,and I'd like to do something different.

T:You have found another job.

J:No,I haven't.Really.

T:Well,what do you mean,something different?

J:I want to travel.You know,I've never been to the United States.

T:Haven't you?

J:No.And I want to learn to ski.I want to live abroad and learn a new language. There are lots of things that I haven't done.

T:Well-what can I say?-I'm really sorry.But I understand.

J:Thank you,Tom.

10.Stress and intonation.Listen to Tom Hall again.Which words does he stress? I'm really sorry.

I'm so sorry.

I'm very sorry.

I'm terribly sorry.

I'm awfully sorry.

24 Development

6.Listen to part of Alan's interview,

complete his curriculum vita and the interviewer's notes in your student's book. INTERVIEWER:So you went to secondary school in Manchester.

When was that?

ALAN:1981.I stayed there for five years and left in 1986,

just after I took my O level exams.

I:What subjects did you study at O level?

A:I did Maths,and Biology,English,French.

I:Just a minute.OK.

A:And Chemistry.

I:Right.What grades did you get?

A:Oh,er,I got grade A for Maths and Biology,and,yes,grade C for the others. I:And then you went to study nursing at Queen Elizabeth Hospital,

Birmingham.Did you start immediately?

A:No,the following year,1987.It was a three-year course.

I:When you completed your nursing course,

your first job was at Seaview Home.What were your responsibilities?

A:General care for the old people-it's an old people's home.

It wasn't really what I wanted to do,though,so I left after two years,

in 1992 when I got a job at Brighton General.

I've been at the hospital since then,

but I've told you about my responsibilities there.

I:Yes,we've covered that.And are you free to go overseas at any time?

A:Yes,I'm available,well,almost immediately.

I do have to give a month's notice at the hospital,of course.

I:A month.Have you travelled before,Mr Timpson?

A:Yes,I have,but only in Europe.I've got a motorbike.

I:So you've got a full driving licence?

A:Yes,and I've taken my motorbike to Europe a number of times.

I:OK.And what are your other main interests?

A:I enjoy all kinds of music-and I play the saxophone.I love animals,

so I read a lot of wildlife magazines,and,I'm also taking classes in photography. If I go to Africa,I'd like to spend some time taking photographs

of animals and birds-in my free time,of course.

I:Fine.Now,all volunteers have a medical examination before they go,

of course,but in general,how's your health?

A:Oh,very good.I've never missed a day's work.

Unit 13 Things going wrong

Damage and loss

1.Listen and read.Becky is reading a newspaper,and talking to Marco.

Answer the questions in your student's book.

BECKY:Oh,more floods in Bangladesh those poor people!Have you ever been in a flood,Marco?

25 MARCO:Yes,I have.

BECKY:When was that?

MARCO:There was a terrible flood two years ago,when I lived in Venice.

BECKY:What happened?

MARCO:Well,it rained for about a week and then there was a storm.

The water came up over the doorway of our house and filled the ground floor. It was about a metre deep.

We had to leave the house for a month until it was dry again.

Unit 13 Damage and loss

5.Tom is in his office waiting for a meeting with James and Julia.

Listen and answer the questions in your student's book.

TOM:Rita?Are James and Julia there?We have a meeting at two-thirty and it's... JULIA:Sorry I'm late,Tom.

T:It's all right,Rita.Where have you been?

J:At the police station.

T:Where?!

J:At the police station.

I've lost my briefcase.Or perhaps someone's taken it.I don't know.

T:Oh,no.What happened?Sit down.Was there anything important in it?

J:Important!My cheque book,all the papers I need for work,my appointment book... T:Oh,that's terrible.But how did you lose your briefcase?

J:Well,as you know,I was with a client all morning and we had lunch together. After I had lunch,I went shopping.And when I wanted to buy something, I couldn't find my cheque book.

Then I remembered that it was in my briefcase.

And my briefcase was in my car.

T:So you went back to your car.

J:I went back to my car.No briefcase.

T:And then you went to the police?

J:Not immediately.Before I went to the police station,

I called the client's office.

No luck.They said the briefcase wasn't there.

T:Excuse me.Yes?Yes,there is.Julia Marsh.Really?I'll tell her.

It was very kind of you to call.Bye.

That was the manager of the Europa restaurant.

Just after lunch today he found a black leather briefcase under a table.

When he opened the case,he found a lot of papers.

He said they had the name MAP on the them.

And he found a cheque book with the name Marsh on it.J Marsh.J for Julia? J:Ah.

Asking for help

8.Listen and read.Sally Hall,Tom's daughter is trying to help her friend,Lucy. Answer the questions in your student's book.

SALLY:What's the matter?

26 LUCY:Oh,Sally,I've lost one of my earrings.

SALLY:Calm down.I'll help you look for it.

LUCY:But I've looked everywhere!Dad gave them to me and they're really expensive. SALLY:Don't worry.It'll be all right.Now,why don't you tell me where you've been...

10.Stress and intonation.Listen.

Calm down! It's OK.

It'll be all right. Don't worry!

Everything's fine.

Development

Exercise 4

We got on Highway 101 with our lights and sirens going.

Once we crossed the Bay Bridge and were heading towards Berkeley,

I looked up and I could see the flames on the ridges and I was,I was,shocked. When we turned the corner

we saw a thirty-foot jet of gas shoot out at us-a broken gas line.

Exercise 5

While we were on Broadway Terrace,we were asked to fight an attic fire in one of the homes.

After we made entry into the house we climbed up a narrow staircase

into a small child's room and I only had a second to look around me

before the room filled with smoke and it was too hot to stand up.

So we backed out down the staircase.

And as we were coming down the stairs,

I saw photographs hanging on the wall and I felt at that point

that these people were going to lose their home and I thought that if

I could take the pictures they would at least have something.

So I snatched them off the wall and I grabbed a towel and I wrapped them in a towel, and I hunched over them so that they wouldn't get wet,

and I put them down in a neighbour's yard.

It was unbelievable to see so much burning at once and,

um,it was like someone had dropped a bomb on Oakland.

Unit 14 Celebrations

Good times

8.Stress and intonation.Listen and underline the syllables that are stressed. Congratulations! Happy Birthday! Well done!

Good luck! Have a wonderful time!

Leaving

2&3.Tom Hall is making a speech at Julia's leaving party.

Listen and put the pictures in the correct order.

TOM:Quiet.Quiet,please.Thank you.Next week we'll be in our new offices in the country.

But one person will not be there:Julia.Julia has done a lot for MAP Advertising. She has been here of five years and I've enjoyed working

with her very much.But she had decided to leave.

27 I haven't tried to persuade her to stay

because I know she wants to try something new.Julia,come here,please.

This is from all the staff and myself.

It comes with our thanks and our best wishes for the future.

ULIA:Thank you everybody.Thank you very much.

TOM:Now,here's to Julia,and her new life.

ALL:To Julia!

Listen again to the toast that ends Tom's speech and write the missing words in your student's book.

Tom:Now...Julia and her new life.

ALL:...Julia!

Development

4.Listen to Norman Stevens,

a registrar at Kensington and Chelsea Register Officer in London.

Answer the questions in your student's book.

I have been a registrar for twenty-three years.

I'm not sure exactly how many couples I've married in those years,

but it's probably around ten thousand.

The most weddings I've ever done in one day was actually twenty-two.

I have never actually forgotten the words completely,

but I have sometimes started the first declaration a second time,

or started the second declaration first.

Even though I personally have married about ten thousand couples,

what I have to remind myself all the time is that for them

it's their first time,and for them it's a very special day.

Unit 15 In the future

Predictions

3.Listen to an interview with a young woman.

She is making predictions about her future.

Complete the sentences in your student's book.

INTERVIEWER:Excuse me.I'm doing a survey.Can I ask you a few questions? GIRL:OK.What do you want to know?

I:Well,first of all...how old are you?

G:Sixteen.Sixteen and a half.

I:Right.When you leave school,will you get a job,do you think?

G:Probably not.There aren't many jobs around,are there?

I:OK.Do you think you'll get your own home,away from your parents?

G:Oh,yes,I'm sure I will,in the next few years.

I'll find the money somehow and move in with friends.

I:Will you think about moving away from the area?

Somewhere where there are more jobs?

G:Yes,it's possible.

I:What about marriage and children?

Do you think you'll get married in the next five years,say?

28 G:Probably,but I certainly don't want children yet.I'm too young.

I:OK.One more question.Would you like to travel?

G:I'd like to,but I don't think I will.I can't speak foreign languages,

and anyway,you certainly need money for that.Maybe later.

I:Thanks very much.

Problem solving

1.Listen and read.Julia is talking to her friend Anna on the telephone.

Answer the questions in your student's book.

JULIA:Anna,I still don't know what to do about my future.I need your help. ANNA:OK.Well,why don't you tell me about the different options?

Then we can talk about them.

JULIA:Yes,right.Well,it's not too late to change my mind and stay at MAP.

If I stay,I won't have to look for another job.

I'll also be able to work with people that I like.

(Aha)The second possibility is to go to Germany.

Karl thinks that I'll be able to find a job there.(Oh)

If I go to Germany.I'll earn more money.On the other hand.I'll miss my friends. ANNA:OK.Have you got any other options?

6.Stress and intonation.Listen.

Does the speaker's voice go up or down at the end of each clause?

1.If she goes to Germany,she'll miss her friends.

2.She'll miss her friends if she goes to Germany.

3.If she stays at MAP,she'll have to leave London.

4.She'll have to leave London if she stays at MAP.

9.Listen to a conversation between Julia and James.Answer the questions in your student's book.

JULIA:Well,this is it.

JAMES:This is it.

JU:My last day at MAP Advertising.

JA:What are you going to do?Have you decided yet?

JU:Not really.I think I'll go to Germany - and look for a job there.

JA:You don't sound very happy,Julia.

JU:I know.It's just that,well,I hope I'm doing the right thing.

JA:Oh,you'll be OK.

JU:I hope so.

JA:You can always stay at MAP.It's not too late.

JU:No,I'm not going to do that.What about you,James?

Where will you be five years from now?

JA:What a question!I'll be married and I'll have two children.

JU:Really?

JA:Of course not.I don't know where I'll be five years from now.

I hope I'll still be in advertising.I like it.Will you get married,Julia?

JU:Perhaps.If I meet the right man,I'll get married.But I don't know.

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29 3&4.Listen.And answer the questions in your student's book.

And now over to Terry Price for the weather forecast.

Well,a mixed picture over the next few days.

Today in Britain,very wet and windy-in northern Europe.

You can see from the satellite picture that the highest temperatures, as they so often are,are in the southern parts of Europe,

where it's also quite dry,particularly the eastern parts of the Mediterranean. The forecast suggests that it's going to be quite cold

over northwestern parts of Europe for the rest of the day,

even some snow on the Scandinavian mountains.

So that's today's chart,

with showery conditions in many parts of northern Europe

but the best of the sunshine in the south

and throughout the Mediterranean and in the Canary Isles as well. And pretty good but cool in the eastern parts of Europe too.

Now let's look at tomorrow's chart.

Very much the same in the south except that the rain is starting to push down into the northern parts of the Mediterranean there.

Elsewhere,staying fine in eastern Europe and fine in central

and eastern parts of the Mediterranean as well.

But still wet and windy in many northwestern parts of Europe,

including southern parts of Scandinavian,and a bit cool too.