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Passport to Success JETSET Beginner Foundation and Level 1 (SET version)
Passport to Success JETSET Beginner Foundation and Level 1 (SET version)

Passport to Success

JETSET Beginner Foundation and Level 1 (SET version)

Passport to Success

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Contents

Introduction

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4

Chapter 1 – Numbers

 

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5

Chapter 2 – At Home

 

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9

Chapter 3 – Clothes

 

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14

Chapter 4 – Time

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18

Chapter 5 – Colours

 

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22

Chapter 6 – Days of the Week

 

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26

Chapter 7 – At College

 

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29

Chapter 8 – Leisure

 

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33

Chapter 9 – Animals

 

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37

Chapter 10 – Food and Drink

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40

Chapter 11 – Shopping

 

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45

Chapter 12 – Answers |

 

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Introduction

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1

Numbers

Words to learn for this unit (numbers and words):

0

zero

17

seventeen

34

thirty four

1

one

18

eighteen

35

thirty five

2

two

19

nineteen

36

thirty six

3

three

20

twenty

37

thirty seven

4

four

21

twenty one

38

thirty eight

5

five

22

twenty two

39

thirty nine

6

six

23

twenty three

40

forty

7

seven

24

twenty four

41

forty one

8

eight

25

twenty five

42

forty two

9

nine

26

twenty six

43

forty three

10

ten

27

twenty seven

44

forty four

11

eleven

28

twenty eight

45

forty five

12

twelve

29

twenty nine

46

forty six

13

thirteen

30

thirty

47

forty seven

14

fourteen

31

thirty one

48

forty eight

15

fifteen

32

thirty two

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forty nine

16

sixteen

33

thirty three

50

fifty

About William

About William About Violet Part 1 Look at the pictures and write down the numbers in

About Violet

About William About Violet Part 1 Look at the pictures and write down the numbers in

Part 1

Look at the pictures and write down the numbers in words.

1 William’s age

2 William’s house number

3 Violet’s age

4 Violet’s brothers

5 William’s birthday

How many?

How many? Part 2 Look at the picture then tick ( ) the correct answers. 1.

Part 2

Look at the picture then tick ( ) the correct answers.

1. There

A

is one car.

B

are two cars.

C

are three cars.

Now write the answer as a number

2. There

A

is one motorbike.

B

are two motorbikes.

C

are three motorbikes.

Now write the answer as a number

3. Five people are waiting for the bus.

A

B

Six people are waiting for the bus.

C

Seven people are waiting for the bus.

Now write the answer as a number

Part 2 (continued)

4. There

A

is one bus.

B

are two buses.

C

are three buses.

Now write the answer as a number

5. 5 children are waiting for the bus.

A

B

6 children are waiting for the bus.

C

7 children are waiting for the bus.

Now write the answer as a word

Part 3

Write down the information about you in words and numbers. Example: Your age 10 /
Write down the information about you in words and numbers.
Example:
Your age
10 / Ten
1. age
Your

2. birthday

Your

3. house/flat number

Your

4. favourite number

Your

5. Today’s date

2

At Home

Words to learn for this unit:

B

ball

bath

bed

bedroom

bookcase

box

C

chair

computer

cup

cupboard

   

D

desk

door

       

F

fire

floor

fridge

     

G

game

guitar

gate

     

H

home

         

L

lamp

laptop

       

M

mat

money

       

P

paint

piano

picture

pillow

plate

 

R

radio

room

       

S

shelf /

         

shelves

song

sport

T

table

telephone /

television /

tennis

toothbrush

 

phone

TV

W

wall

window

       

William’s room

William’s room Violet’s room 10

Violet’s room

William’s room Violet’s room 10

Part 1

What can you see in the pictures?

Put a tick ( ) for yes and cross ( ) for no.

William’s Bedroom

Violet’s Bedroom

Bed

Books

Chair

Computer

 

Desk

Lamp

Mat

Shelves

 

Sofa

Table

Part 2

Tick ( ) the correct answers

 
 

A

blue.

1. Violet’s sofa is

B

red.

C

red and white.

A

one

2. Violet has

B

two

chairs.

C

three

 

A

A computer is

3. A book is

B

 

on the desk in William’s room.

 

C

Some books are

 

 

A

some books

4. Violet has

B

some cushions

in her room.

C

a mat

A

pink

5. William has a

B

yellow

mat in his room.

C

blue

Part 3

Answer the following questions. Example: What animal is in Violet’s picture? A cat
Answer the following questions.
Example:
What animal is in Violet’s picture?
A cat

1. Who has a computer?

2. What can you see in William’s window?

3. Whose sofa is blue?

4. What colour is Violet’s lamp?

5. How many books are on the table?

Part 4

Write about your bedroom.

Example: I have a bed and a chair in my bedroom. 1. I have a
Example:
I have a bed and a chair in my bedroom.
1. I have a

2. My bed is

3. On the floor is a

4. Next to the bed is a

5. There is a

6. My favourite things in my bedroom are

because

3

Clothes

Words to learn for this unit:

B

blouse

boots

         

C

clothes

coat

         

D

dress

           

G

glasses

           

(wearing)

H

hat

           

J

jumper

           

P

pocket

           

S

scarf /

           

scarves

shirt

shoe(s)

shorts

skirt

sock(s)

spots

T

T-shirt

tie

top

trousers

     

U

umbrella

           

Part 1

Match the words to the pictures. The first one is done for you.

Clothes for the weekend

The first one is done for you. Clothes for the weekend Clothes for work Jacket T-shirt

Clothes for work

is done for you. Clothes for the weekend Clothes for work Jacket T-shirt Shorts Trousers Socks

Jacket

T-shirt

Shorts

Trousers

Socks

Shoes

Boots

Blouse

Glasses

Tie

Shirt

Skirt

Trousers

Socks

Shoes

Shorts Trousers Socks Shoes Boots Blouse Glasses Tie Shirt Skirt Trousers Socks Shoes 15
Shorts Trousers Socks Shoes Boots Blouse Glasses Tie Shirt Skirt Trousers Socks Shoes 15

Part 2

Tick ( ) the correct answers.

 

A

blue

1. Violet wears her

B

red

trousers at the weekend.

C

white

A

blue

2. William wears a

B

red

tie to work.

C

white

A

shirt

3. Violet wears a blue

B

skirt

to work.

C

blouse

 

A

T-shirt and shorts.

4. At the weekend, William wears a

B

jacket and trousers.

C

shirt and trousers.

 

A

black.

5. William’s shoes are

B

brown.

C

white.

Part 3

What clothes do you wear to work, school or college and at the weekend?

My work / college / school clothes

My weekend clothes

Part 4

What clothes can you see?

1.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

3.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

5.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

7.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

9.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

2.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

4.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

6.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

8.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

10.

Part 4 What clothes can you see? 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 2. 4. 6. 8.

4

Time

Words to learn for this unit:

A

afternoon

 

B

birthday

bedtime

C

clock

o’clock

D

day

 

E

evening

 

M

morning

 

N

night

now

T

today

 

W

weekday

weekend

During the week

During the week At the weekends 19

At the weekends

During the week At the weekends 19

Part 1

Look at the pictures and answer the questions. Example: On weekdays, William gets up at
Look at the pictures and answer the questions.
Example:
On weekdays, William gets up at
in the morning.
seven o’ clock

1. Violet catches the bus to work at in the morning.

2. William leaves work at in the evening.

3. At the weekends, William gets up at

4. At half past nine in the morning, Violet

5. At eight o’clock in the evening, William

Part 2

Answer these questions.

1. What time do you get up in the morning?

2. What did you do yesterday?

3. What are you going to do tomorrow?

4. What time do you leave your home in the morning?

5. What do you do at the weekends?

Part 3

Look at these watches and clocks. Tick ( ) the correct time.

1.

A

One o’clock

B

Five minutes to twelve

C

Eleven o’clock

2.

A

Six o’clock

B

Half past twelve

C

Twelve o’clock

3.

A

Ten minutes past eleven

B

Five minutes to two

C

Two o’clock

4

A

Quarter past four

B

Twenty minutes past three

C

Two o’clock

5

A

Fifteen o’clock

B

Three o’clock

C

Five minutes past one

three C Two o’clock 5 A Fifteen o’clock B Three o’clock C Five minutes past one
three C Two o’clock 5 A Fifteen o’clock B Three o’clock C Five minutes past one
three C Two o’clock 5 A Fifteen o’clock B Three o’clock C Five minutes past one
three C Two o’clock 5 A Fifteen o’clock B Three o’clock C Five minutes past one
three C Two o’clock 5 A Fifteen o’clock B Three o’clock C Five minutes past one

5

Colours

Words to learn for this unit:

B

black

blonde

blue

brown

C

colour

     

D

dark

     

G

green

grey

   

L

light

     

O

orange

     

P

pink

purple

   

R

red

     

W

white

     

Y

yellow

     

Colours in the Park

Colours in the Park Part 1. Look at the picture and answer the questions.   A

Part 1.

Look at the picture and answer the questions.

 

A

black and white.

1. The ball is

B

green.

C

yellow.

A

brown.

2. Violet’s shoes are

B

red.

C

black.

A

pink.

3. Violet’s T-shirt is

B

green.

C

yellow.

A

brown.

4. William’s trousers are

B

blue.

C

red.

A

black.

5. The grass is

B

yellow.

C

green.

Part 2

Look at the picture and write the answers.

1. The ball is

2. Violet’s shoes are

3. Violet’s T-shirt is

4. William’s trousers are

5. The grass is

Part 3

Answer these questions about colours.

1. What colour is your hair?

2. What colour are your eyes?

3. What colour is your house?

4. What colour is your bedroom?

5. What is your favourite colour?

Part 4

Write the colour of these foods.

1. The tomatoes are

2. The bananas are

3. The carrots are

4. The apples are

5. The chocolate is

colour of these foods. 1. The tomatoes are 2. The bananas are 3. The carrots are
colour of these foods. 1. The tomatoes are 2. The bananas are 3. The carrots are
colour of these foods. 1. The tomatoes are 2. The bananas are 3. The carrots are
colour of these foods. 1. The tomatoes are 2. The bananas are 3. The carrots are
colour of these foods. 1. The tomatoes are 2. The bananas are 3. The carrots are

6

Days of the week

Words to learn for this unit:

F

Friday

   

M

Monday

   

S

Saturday

Sunday

 

T

Thursday

Tuesday

 

W

Wednesday

weekday

weekend

Our week

Our week Part 1 Look at the picture and tick the correct answers to the questions.
Our week Part 1 Look at the picture and tick the correct answers to the questions.

Part 1

Our week Part 1 Look at the picture and tick the correct answers to the questions.
Our week Part 1 Look at the picture and tick the correct answers to the questions.
Our week Part 1 Look at the picture and tick the correct answers to the questions.
Our week Part 1 Look at the picture and tick the correct answers to the questions.

Look at the picture and tick the correct answers to the questions.

 

A

Monday.

1. They had a meeting on

B

Thursday.

C

Sunday.

A

Wednesday.

2. They went shopping on

B

Thursday.

C

Saturday.

 

A

Thursday

3. On

B

Tuesday

they went swimming.

C

Saturday

A

Thursday

4. On

B

Saturday

they watched television.

C

Sunday

 

A

went for a walk in the park.

5. On Wednesday they

B

went shopping.

C

went on the internet.

Part 2

Write down the seven days of the week. The first is done for you.

1.

Monday

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Part 3

Write down what you do on these days.

1. On Mondays I

2. On Wednesdays I

3. On Fridays I

4. At the weekends I

5. My favourite day is

because

7

At college

Words to learn for this unit:

B

bag

blackboard

book

     
     

class

     

C

chair

chalk

(room)

computer

D

desk

         
 

exercise

         

E

book

   

letter

       

L

lesson

(alphabet)

P

         

pencil

page

paper

pen

pencil

pencil case

sharpener

R

rubber

ruler

       

S

school

sentence

shape

square

story

student

T

teacher

         

W

whiteboard

         

Part 1

Read the text below and then answer the questions.

William and Violet attend the same College. It is in Gomer Lane. Every day they catch the bus and arrive at College at 0830. On Monday, business is their first class. They both like the sports afternoon best. William is in class 211 and Violet is in class 210.

1.

Where is their College?

2.

How do they travel to College?

 

3.

What time do they arrive at College?

4.

When do they study business?

 

5

Which afternoon do they like most?

 

Part 2

Write 5 sentences about your College, School or where you work.

Our classroom

4 1 1 1 1 7 2 5 3 6
4
1 1
1
1
7
2
5
3
6

Books

Chair

Desk

Pencil

Teacher

Students

Blackboard

Part3

Look at the picture. What are the numbered objects? Choose from the list above and write your answers below.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

Timetable

Timetable Part 4 Look at the timetable and answer the questions. A one hour. 1. lesson

Part 4

Look at the timetable and answer the questions.

A

one hour.

1. lesson lasts for

Each

B

half an hour.

C

two hours.

 

A

Mondays.

2. have two English lessons on

They

B

Tuesdays.

C

Wednesdays.

A

Maths

3. B

English

lessons start on Thursdays at 9:00.

C

Business

A

Maths

4. B

English

lessons are on Mondays and Fridays.

C

Business

 

A

Mondays and Wednesdays.

5. have sports on

They

B

Wednesdays and Thursdays.

C

Wednesdays and Fridays.

8

Leisure

Words to learn for this unit:

B

 

bicycle

         

bar

/bike

             

computer

café

cards

CD

cinema

circus

clown

games

C

cycling

           

D

dance

dancing

drama

DVD

     

F

film(n)

football

fun

       

G

garden

           

H

headphones

           

M

movie

music

         

P

park

party

play

present(n)

painting

prize

 

R

reading

restaurant

running

       

S

sports

swimming

         

T

tennis

theatre

         

V

video

           

Z

zoo

           

Part 1

Read the text and then tick ( ) William and Violet’s interests.

They both enjoy sport and go swimming at the weekend. Violet is in her College team. William enjoys playing football. Violet often goes to the library because she likes to read. William prefers to watch TV! Violet sometimes cycles to College, but William listens to music when he takes the bus.

VIOLET

WILLIAM

Music

Sport

Cycling

Television

Football

Swimming

Reading

Part 2

Find these hobbies in the puzzle. The first one is done for you.

1

Cards
Cards

2

Tennis

3

Football

4

Music

5

Dancing

6

Running

one is done for you. 1 Cards 2 Tennis 3 Football 4 Music 5 Dancing 6

Violet’s hobbies

Violet’s hobbies “I really like reading. One day I want to go to university. I also

“I really like reading. One day I want to go to university. I also like riding my bike especially when it’s sunny. It’s very good for my health, and if the traffic is not too busy I can get to College before the bus!”

Part 3

Read what Violet says about her interests and then complete these sentences.

1 Violet enjoys

and

2 She wants to in the future.

3 She likes cycling when the weather is

.

4 Violet thinks cycling is good for her

.

5 If the traffic is not too busy she can arrive before the bus.

Part 4

Write about your hobbies and the things you like to do in your spare time. Try to say why you like them.

9

Animals

Words to learn for this unit:

A

animal

     

B

bird

     

C

cage

cat

chicken

cow

D

dog

duck

   

E

elephant

     

F

fish

     

H

horse

     

K

kitten

     

L

lion

     

M

mouse

     

P

pet

pig

puppy

 

R

rabbit

     

S

sheep

snake

   

T

tiger

tortoise

   

Z

zoo

     

Violet’s animal magazine

Violet’s animal magazine Elephants are found in both India and Africa. African elephants are larger than

Elephants are found in both India and Africa. African elephants are larger than those in India. Elephants usually live in groups, and can live for a very long time. Lions are related to the cats, which you might have as pets. Many people go to Africa on safari in order to see lions and other animals in the wild.

Giraffes do not eat meat, and neither do elephants, but lions are well-known as good hunters for meat.

Part 1

Violet is at home reading a magazine about animals. Read the text above from her magazine and then decide if the following statements are true or false.

True

False

1 Elephants live alone.

2 Indian elephants live in groups.

3 Many people have lions as pets.

4 You can only see lions in zoos.

5 Giraffes are not meat-eaters.

1

5 4 3 2
5
4
3
2

Part 2

Look at the picture and write the names of the animals.

1

2

3

4

5

Part 3

Match these statements to the animal.

1 Which animal is the heaviest?

2 Which animal is the tallest?

3 Which animal is smaller than a dog?

4 Which animal has the biggest ears?

5 Which animal has the longest tail?

Part 4

Here are the names of some animals but the letters have been mixed up. Write
Here are the names of some animals but the letters have been mixed up. Write the names
of the animals correctly. The first has been done for you.
Example:
nilo
=
lion

1.

atc

=

2. eehsp

=

3. ertig

=

4. ffegria

=

5. oumse

=

Now decide which is the fastest / tallest / smallest.

Fastest

Tallest

Smallest

10

Food and drink

Words to learn for this unit:

A

apple

           

B

banana

biscuit

bread

breakfast

     
           

coca cola

 

cake

carrot

chips

cheese

chocolate

/ coke

coffee

C

crisps

           

D

dinner

drink (n + v)

         

E

egg

           

F

food

fruit

         

H

hungry

           

I

ice

ice cream

         

J

jelly

           
   

lunch

         

L

lemonade

(time/box)

M

meat

milk

         

O

orange

           

P

pasta

pea(s)

pizza

potato

     

R

rice

           

S

sandwich

spaghetti

sweets

       

T

tea

thirsty

tomato

       

Part 1

Look at the picture. Write down the names of the fruit and vegetables. The first one is done for you.

6 2 3 4 1 5
6
2
3
4
1
5

1

Peas

2

3

Part 2

4

5

6

Look at the picture. Match the pictures to the foods written below.

at the picture. Match the pictures to the foods written below. 1 = Chicken 4 =

1 = Chicken

4 = Burgers

2 = Pasta

5 = Pizza

3 = Fish

Part 3

Read about William and Violet and complete these sentences.

William and Violet both like fruit very much, especially bananas and apples. Violet eats fruit every day for breakfast and William always has an apple with his lunch. They both eat sandwiches for lunch and always have juice to drink. Pizza is William’s favourite food and Violet really enjoys pasta. They both cook at home for their families.

1 William and Violet both eat a

and b

2 They both eat s

for lunch and William eats an a

3 They drink j

4 William’s favourite food is p

5 Both of them c

at h

Part 4

Write three sentences about your favourite foods.

1.

2.

3.

Part 5

Find the food and drink words in this puzzle.

Cake

Coffee

Fish

Pasta

Egg

Part 5 Find the food and drink words in this puzzle. Cake Coffee Fish Pasta Egg

11

Shopping

Words to learn for this unit:

A

assistant

           

B

buy

           

C

cash

change

cost

       

H

help

           

L

like

           

M

money

much

         

P

parking

pay

price

       

Q

queue

           

R

receipt

           

S

sale

shop

shopping

some

spend

store

supermarket

Shopping

Shopping Part 1 Look at this text and then tick the corre ct word to fill

Part 1

Look at this text and then tick the correct word to fill each of the numbered gaps.

Lots of people like (1)

(2)

and the town centre is always very

It’s easier to travel by (3)

but lots of people also use their (4)

It’s sometimes

difficult to (5)

though, and it can be very (6)

to use the car park.

1. A

shop

B

shopping

C to shopping

2. A

crowd

B

grouped

C busy

3. A

bus

B

walk

C cycle

4. A

walk

B

cars

C own

5. A

get

B

parking

C park

6. A

expensive

B

cost

C costing

Part 2

Use these words to complete the sentences like in the example.

to shop sales assistant cash desk queue receipt change Example: If you don’t pay with
to shop
sales assistant
cash desk
queue
receipt
change
Example:
If you don’t pay with exactly the right amount of money you will be given some
change

1. If you need help in a shop you can ask the

2. You sometimes stand in a

when you want to pay.

3. You usually pay at the

4. It is more convenient

at the supermarket.

5. It is a good idea to keep the

when you buy something.

Part 3

Write down 3 things you bought the last time you went shopping.

1.

2.

3.

Part 4

Violet is talking to her friend on the telephone. The line is very bad. Can you rewrite these sentences so they make sense?

bad. Can you rewrite these sentences so they make sense? am shopping I going tomorrow. want
bad. Can you rewrite these sentences so they make sense? am shopping I going tomorrow. want
bad. Can you rewrite these sentences so they make sense? am shopping I going tomorrow. want
am shopping I going tomorrow. want you Do come to? idea Great! Yes.
am shopping I going tomorrow. want you Do come to?
idea Great! Yes.
will meet I you at bus the stop. time What?
will meet I you at bus the stop.
time What?
9am About. you See there!
9am About.
you See there!

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Answers

For any of the answers that state “suitable written responses / any suitable response” you can ask your teacher or someone else that you know who speaks English very well to check them for you.

Chapter 1 - At Home

Part 1

1.

William’s age:

 

twenty five

2.

William’s house number:

forty seven

3.

Violet’s age:

eighteen

 

4.

Violet’s brothers:

 

one

5.

William’s birthday:

 

twenty six zero nine

Part 2

1.

=

C

(3)

2.

=

B

(2)

3.

=

C

(7)

4.

=

A

(1)

5.

=

A

(five)

Part 3

Answers must be written in words and numbers like in the example.

Chapter 2 – At Home

Part 1

 

William’s Bedroom

Violet’s Bedroom

Bed

Books

Chair

Computer

Desk

Lamp

Mat

Shelves

 

Sofa

Table

Part 2

1.

=

C

2.

=

B

3.

=

A

4.

=

A

5.

=

B

Part 3

1. Who has a computer?

William

2. What can you see outside William’s window?

3. Whose sofa is blue?

William’s

A tree

4. What colour is Violet’s lamp?

Pink

5. How many books are on the table?

Three

Part 4

Suitable written responses.

Chapter 3 – Clothes

Chapter 3 – Clothes Part 1 Part 2 1. = B 2. = C 3. =