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HusAlamy, back cover (mp8 player TACTICS FOR LISTENING THIRD EDITION More listening. More testing. More effectiv a. n Comer SI (Gfonunciation == More listening uae Sd — 40% more listening hn activities than before! Yhweccrmveaog tlaseogrese Miran ALL-NEW Conversation Corner pages e provide Pronunciation and Dictation activities for oral production and listening comprehension practice. ietation More testing era eda ALL-NEW Tactics for Testing section beeen teaches test-taking skills and presents “\aieesr nent six practice tests in the style of the TOEIC® einstein test and other exams. ALL-NEW Testing Program and ee Resource CD-ROM provides Sane midterm and final tests in the Sa style of the TOEIC® test and Sivioctc other exams to help students prepare for success. tie Py fi fi Audio ‘More listening. More testing. More effective. Download a ee More effective co ALL-NEW Audio Download Center Siena ‘At wrmoup.com/elt/tacticsforlstening3e, students Shieaene can download selected student Book audio for Pn rn any time, anywhere self-study Saez yeuroal> aie Toeveoping TBepanang ‘Scope and Sequence pee rT) Pee eg fener BT Dictation The + Listening for details - Weekend | ratevens | ustning for pions | Pat~efver® | Ting about he as + Listening for key words | Gey Graniy estar Seesea Ce coe CLea| reste crv Asking about | Transportation uses Ustening for numbers | To tions cnnenaraet | eee | + Listening for details B | + Listening for reasons Neighbors Getting along | * Listening for details | Word stress in Neighborhood page 10 with neighbors | + Listening for opinions | compound nouns gossip + Listening for gist a ae B . ‘Listening for key words | Celebrations Meals and caked | Reduction of Wh-+ | Planning a page 14 get-togethers purer ion sise | do you | celebration | | Listening for details Restaurants Food and going * Listening for details . . noe Leeda ctenis foroviniens | Reduction of want to | Making plans + Listening for gist Gifts Shopping og ‘stening for decisions | sylable stress ing ing a it page 22 as * Listening for opinions | names cama | + Listening for gist De oT) Ta + Listening for gist DME E ey [ras Cee ay [Ai Travel_ | punter aig or deats_| ten feu | reat le * Listening for opinions | eee | : + Listening for gist Mishaps Froblems and «Listening for details | Reduction of did you | Describing a mishap ead | * Listening for solutions | | «stenng for gist : oes Uiteatwone | + Ustening fortey words | 'onaton F980 | pening abs moe | «stoning for details | | a + stening for deta | Keeping Fit Fitness and 2 Reduction of used to | Asking about past + Listening for reasons | aes exercise and use to | ations + Listening fr topes | + Listening for invitations | a Acceptingor | « Listening for eduction of bo you | Kentations | mrgan, | aceptaens and | ation of 20,04 | Gg animation page 42 refusals eee | + Listening for detais i ret: | stistoning fr locations ; Teachers, classes, * Listening for details intonation of words Describing likes and Life | 7 fe and campus | # Listening for ina series dislikes page 46 * Listening for opinions > (G — Hobbies and pe and Sequence Pour} Dart y pyres CET iy 5 + Listening for details | Syllable stress in _| Talking about oe —— * Listening for likes and | words hobbies Page 50 dislikes | a Shopping | E Lstenieg for i i Reduction of need to ing anit Problems | Returning items | + Listening for details, Tey Returning an item page 54 | + Listening for o Be Hotel | for details Services staying in a hotel forkey words | Reduction ofthe | acting for help page 58 + Listening for opinions | = — | B * Listening for key words | F | * Listening for times Movies | Linked sounds Talking about se | Movie types ning for opinions | Vong ere * Listening for recommendations Fears Being afraid * Listening for details | Sentence stress Describing fears ee ning for problems DB Phone Listening for | Mesagex Volcemalts information iat ale oaceel oe aca page 70 + Listening for details " | Tene] eure y ery Dire) + Listening for locations Cea Touring + Ustening for details | a tion of - | a City Sightseeing ‘Listening for opinions | Soe eratives Describing a city page 74 * Listening for recommendations 208 | ‘ + Listening for locations Paes Airport services | + Listening for details | Plural-sendings | Asking directions aes * Listening for opinions 219 + Listening for details Hotels Check-in and + Listening for requests ana baal [Asking for page rooms * Listening for opinions | Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to pronounce the past ed verb endings correctly. Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: Hi, Amy. What did you do this weekend? B: Oh, not much. | home and on a project. A:ls that all? B: No. | also finished a good book. Later, | __. What about you? A: | played tennis. The courts were crowded.|__a long time to play! B: What else did you do? ‘A: Some friends _________to dinner. Later, we went to a club and met alot of > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to pronounce the past -ed verb endings correctly. (inversation Work in pairs. What did you do last weekend? Ask and answer questions about your weekend with your partner. City Transportation Check (/) your own answers to the questions below and compare them with a partner. How often do you use taxis? CO every day C1 about once or twice a week C1 not very often CO other: How is the taxi service in your city? OO excellent Overy good o1)) Listening 1 When do you usually use taxis? © when Lam ina hurry Co when there isn’t any other way to get somewhere O when itis raining OC other: 0 okay O poor People are talking about transportation. Listen and number the pictures. ‘Vocabulary Worksheet ) Listening 2 18 B® Task 1 Four hotel guests are calling for a taxi. Are these statements true or false? Listen and check (7) the correct answer. 1. The caller's flight leaves in four hours. i 2. The caller wants to go to another hotel. Oo 3. The caller needs to catch a train. Oo 4, The caller's friend is going to have a baby soon. o 018 ® Task 2 Listen again. How much will each ride cost? Circle the correct answer. 1. a. $14 3. a. $15 ®s0 b. $50 2. a. $12 4. a. $18 b. $20 b. $80 )) Listening 3 019 & Task 1 Ta! FAREE Visitors are talking about taxis. Listen and check (7) their opinions about taxi service. ry eee 1 o ag a 2 o a g 3 oO a o 4 Oo a) o 19 & Task 2 Listen again. Circle the correct answer. 1. The thing she hates the most is that 3. The thing he hates the most is that the ” the @ taxis aren't air-conditioned a. taxis are too expensive b. drivers drive too fast b. drivers don't speak English very well c. drivers are rude taxis are not very safe 2. The thing he likes the most is 4, ‘The thing she likes the most is that the a. the prices . that the taxis are clean a. taxis are comfortable c. the drivers b. drivers speak English well c. drivers take credit cards CO TeE yy etn ts > Asking about transportation Ser uCl Intonation of Wh- questions or & Task 1 Listen and repeat. aa ———~ a 1. When does the train leave? 3. Where do you get the bus? 5. What time is your train? ——~ —————— 2. How far is it? 4, How much is the fare? 6. How long is the flight? > Task 2 Read the questions to a partner. Be sure to use the correct intonation. Gictation orn P Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: Where do you get the bus 2 B: | don't take the bus. ‘A: Oh, How do you 2 B: | take the subway. ‘A: How often do you 2 B: | take it every day. A: How much 7 B: It costs about $50 a month. > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to use the correct intonation. (nversation Work in pairs. Think about how you get to school. Ask each other about the ways you get to school. Neighbors G tting Ready What makes a good neighbor or a bad neighbor? Check (7) your answers and compare them with a partner. Borrows things and doesn't return them Always says “hello” when you see them Often plays loud music Likes to gossip about other neighbors Other: ooooo0g oO oO Oo Knows what everyone in the neighborhood is doing a ia ia ay een om) Listening 1 10 People are talking about their neighbors. Listen and circle each person's opinion. 1. Bob thinks his neighbor is —_ 4. Douglas thinks his neighbor is fun a. hardworking inconsiderate b. nosy 2. Jin-suk thinks his neighbors are __. 5. Susan thinks her neighbor is a. strange a. helpful b. nice b. lonely 3. Jennifer thinks her neighbor is___. 6. Robert thinks his neighbors are a. unfriendly a. responsible b. shy b. cheap ‘Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 13 & Task 1 People are talking to their neighbors. Is each person making a request, an offer, or a complaint? Listen and check (V) the correct answer. CCM occas oy ew Ne ml esl lg oo00000 013 & Task 2 Listen again. Circle the correct statement. 1. a, Mrs, Coleman normally carries her own bags. The delivery driver isn’t working today. 2. a. Today is Cindy’s birthday. b. The painting is a gift from Cindy's brother. 3. a. Kyle needs to go to work. b. Mrs. Choi will ask her guests to move their cars, 4, a. Mark and Marissa have met before. b. Mari a's brother is supposed to help her move. 5. a. Hillary and her husband are going away for business. b. Hillary and her husband will be away for two weeks. 6. a. Ken has already returned Diane's punch bowl. b. Ken has borrowed other things that he hasn't returned. ul )) Listening 3 ov b Task 1 People are describing their neighbors. Is each statement true or false? Listen and check (Y) the correct answer. She doesn't like her neighbor now. Her neighbor is elderly. He trusts his neighbor. His neighbor still watches his children. Her neighbor is often impolite to her. She understands why her neighbor never accepts her invitations. The man has always disliked his neighbor. The man has tried to speak to his neighbor about the problem. Boo000000 oooooo0o08 gseosese oe ors & Task 2 Listen again. What changed each person's opinion about their neighbor? Circle the correct answer. 1.@) Her neighbor stopped a burglar from robbing her house, b. Her neighbor moved away while she was on vacation, 2. a. His neighbor refused to watch his children. b. His neighbor forgot to pick up his children from day care. 3. a, Her neighbor finally accepted one of her invitations. b. She learned that her neighbor volunteers in his free time. 4. a. His neighbor won't mind his own business. b. His neighbor got a new and annoying hobby. 12 Conversation Corner AN el teierere meres") Pac Lud Word stress in compound nouns Stress the first syllable of the ‘word in a compound noun. 1s & Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. law firm 3. grécerybag 5. mailbox key 2. punch bowl 4. business trip 6. day care > Task 2 Read the words to a partner. Be sure to stress the correct syllable in each compound noun. Gictation 16 ® Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: Did you hear about the argument between Steve and Mr. Riley? B: An argument? But they've been friends for years. What happened? A; Steve was cutting some ____________ from that tree in his yard, and one fell on the roof of Mr. Riley’s car. B: Oh, no! You know that car is his : A; Right. Well, Steve offered to take ittoa_____and pay for the damages. 8: That ——— A; Yeah. But Mr. Riley was so angry that he won't even talk to Steve anymore. > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to stress the correct syllable in each compound noun. (Conversation Work in pairs. Think of a disagreement you've had with a neighbor. Tell your partner about it. 2B ow) 4 Getting Ready Celebrations Match each meal or party on the left with the correct description on the right. Compare your answers with a partner. 1. potluckdinner_b oa. 2. birthday party__ bs 3. buffet « 4, surprise party. 5. barbecue __ e 6. snack ___ £ Listening 1 Assmall, quick meal or something eaten between meals ‘A meal in which each guest brings a dish ‘A meal in which food is cooked outside on a grill A party where a person is given gifts and a cake with candles on it ‘A meal in which all the food is put out on a table and guests serve themselves A party that the guest of honor knows nothing about People are discussing parties. What kind of party are they talking about? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a. dinner party surprise party 2. a, potluck dinner ‘b. barbecue 3. a. surprise party 5. a. buffet b. birthday party b. barbecue 4. a. buffet 6. a. potluck dinner b. birthday party b. buffet ‘Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 18 » Task 1 People are talking at parties. Listen and number the pictures. D. ous & Task 2 Listen again. Circle the correct answer. b. © 2a. b. © The cake is homemade. The cake came from a store. A friend brought the cake. He'll play now. He might play later. He doesn't play. ._ He bought the game recently. He played the game all day. He doesn’t like the game. She has brought the flowers for everyone. She has brought the flowers for the woman's husband, She has brought the flowers for the woman. He bought it. It was a present. ¢. He painted it himself. The cat isn't very friendly. ‘The cat is very friendly. The cat is tired, 15 tening 3 1s & Task 1 What did the people do at each party? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. She . 3. She a. played party games a. danced danced b. sang songs ©. sang songs ¢. met old friends 2. He 4, He a. watched a home movie a. played games b. danced b. ate junk food ate lots of food c._ listened to music 19 & Task 2 Listen again. What phrase completes each statement? Write the correct letter. 1. The best thing was _d_ a. she learned some Spanish songs. 2. The worst thing was __ b. there wasn’t enough food. 3. The best thing was __ ¢. no one brought music. 4, The worst thing was d. the music, 16 Conversation Corner Ageniek-mesrien (Gonunciation Sete Reduction of Wh- + do you 120 b Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. What do you do? 3. Where do you live? 2. What do you want? 4. How do you do? > Task 2 Read the questions to a partner. Be sure to reduce Wh + do you. Getation 121 > Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A_______want to do for Brandon's birthday? B: Let's have a party! A want to have it? B: How about Saturday night? A: Okay. Where do you it? B: How about my place? ‘A: Sounds great. Now, want to invite? B: All of Brandon's friendst > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce Wh + do you. (Gnversation Work in pairs. Imagine you are having a party for a classmate. Talk to your partner about the party plans. Restaurants Getting Ready [ ‘a What are your favorite kinds of restaurants? Check (/) your answers and compare them with a partner. O Thai OO Mexican () Japanese [1] fast food C1 French 7 Korean 1] Chinese other: 12) Listening 1 Where do the people decide to eat? Listen and circle the correct answer. Chinese restaurant 5. a. seafood restaurant Fast Fried Chicken b. pizza restaurant 2. a. Quick Burger 6. a. Mexican restaurant b. Pizza Pit b. Japanese restaurant 3. a. home 7. a. fast food restaurant b. out b. French restaurant 4. a. steak house 8. a. home b. Korean restaurant b. vegetarian restaurant 18 Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 om b Task 1 People are ordering food in a restaurant. What does each person order? Listen and check (/) the correct picture. 1 >) —_ b. F 0123 & Task 2 Listen again. Are these statements true or false? Check (/) the correct answer. yee The customer is not very hungry. The customer loves fries The customer hates spicy food. The customer can’t have salt on the fries. The customer wants cold pie. The customer wants lots of sugar in the milkshake. iis oooo0o00 es 19 )) Listening 3 124 ® Task 1 People are talking about restaurants they ate at recently. Listen and check (7) their opinions about each restaurant. Cees om Cees —- the location the location the interior 5 5 the interior 5 A ‘the menu oO oO ‘the menu Oo ia the service oO a the food Qa Oo the prices a isi the prices a a the location ‘the location ‘the interior E A the interior a a ‘the menu. o iB) ‘the menu. o a the food o a the food o a the prices o o the prices Oo a 124 & Task 2 Listen again. Did each person leave a good tip? Check (Y) the correct answer. 1.0 yes 2.01 yes 3.01 yes 4.01 yes 4 ro Ono O no CO n0 20 Conversation Corner AVE Niten eas (Gfonunciation eUrueouniel Reduction of want to 0125 & Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. A: What do you want to eat? —_B: | want to eat pizza. 2. A: Where do you want to go? _B: | want to go to the Thai restaurant. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to reduce want to. Gictation 0126 ® Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: What do you tonight? B: Let’s go out to eat. ; Where do you B: | don’t know. What about you? What do you want to eat? : Iwant to go to the B: I'mtired of Italian food. : So, what do you , then? B: Let's order take-out Chinese! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce want to. (Conversation Work in pairs. Imagine you are meeting your partner for dinner. Talk about where you want to go and what you want to eat. 2 e Gifts When do you give gifts? Check (7) your answers and compare them with a partner. Then talk about the kinds of gifts you give for each occasion. C. birthdays C1 when someone has a baby CO tosay “Thank you" 0 Mother's Day / Father’s Day C1 weddings CO holidays CO graduation other: ow) Listening 1 What gift does each person decide to buy? Listen and number the pictures. rd 2 Vocabulary Worksheet ) Listening 2 0128 & Task 1 People are discussing gifts in a store. Listen and check (/) their opinions about each item. 1, Necklace the style 4 o fal tthe color a oO a the size oO Oo a 2. Shirt ae Cet the style oOo a go the color Oo a o the size oO a o 3. Glasses ' ferret] Okay Nearer} , the style oO a a the color i Oo oO the size Oo oO Ls 4. Jacket ee Cee the style Oo oO Oo the color oO oO g the size Oo oO o 128 & Task 2 Listen again. Do the people buy the items? Check (Vv) the correct answer. 1.4 yes 201 yes 3.01 yes 4.01 yes O no O no O no O no 23 )) Listening 3 129 & Task 1 Salesclerks are describing Gifts in a store. Listen and Circle the correct information about each item. 1. The chocolates a. make a good souvenir are imported © come in two kinds 2. The candles a. come four toa box b. are already gift-wrapped c. comes in two different sizes 3. The T-shirts a. are popular with teenagers b. come in four styles come in four sizes 4, The watches a. have bands made in Japan 'b. come in many sizes ©. all look different 0129 & Task 2 Listen again. What phrase completes each statement? Write the correct letter. 1, The chocolates _b_ 2. The candles _ 3. The T-shirts __ 4, The watches __ 24 a are made from natural ingredients. aren’t right for everyone. fit anyone. are made from cotton. Conversation Corner AU ieE Melia unciation Syllable stress in names | eau 0130 ® Task 1 Listen and repeat. Mark the stressed syllables. 1, Brandon 2. Emily 3. David. «4. Katie, «= 5. Kelly, 6. Marla 0131 & Task 2 Listen. Mark the stressed syllables in the names. Then read the sentences to a partner. 1. It’s Brian's birthday next week. 3. I'm buying a pen for Christopher. 2. What are you getting for Rose? 4. Let’s get Hannah some flowers. (Gictation 132 > Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing names. ‘A: I'm going shopping. Do you want to come with me? B: Yes. | have to buy birthday presents for the twins, _______and A: Oh, that reminds me! We have to get some graduation presents. B: Right. We need something for. A: And_____is graduating, too. We need a present for him. B: Okay. And as long as we're out, why don’t we get the wedding present? A: You mean for and___? Good idea! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to stress the names correctly. (Conversa in Work in pairs. Make a list of five of your friends. Talk to your partner about buying a gift for each one. > Air Travel Getting Ready Match each item in the picture with the correct word. Compare answers with a partner. 1. “No Smoking” sign h_ 2. customs form __ 3. headphones __ 4, seat belt __ aisle seat 6. window seat safety instruction card —_ 8. overhead compartment _ 133) Listening 1 A flight attendant is giving instructions. Listen and number the pictures. 26 Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 0134 ® Task 1 Passengers are discussing a problem with a flight attendant. Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a. The seat is uncomfortable. b. The seat is too close to the TV screen. © The seat is too far away from the TV screen. 2. a. There's nothing in the seat pocket. b. There's no safety instruction card in the seat pocket. ¢. There isn’t a magazine in the seat pocket. 3. a. There’s no sound coming through the headphones, b. The sound from the headphones isn't clear. ¢. The passenger didn’t get headphones. 4, a. Two passengers have the same seat number. b. The passenger should be in a different seat ¢. The passenger wants to move to a window seat. 0134 > Task 2 Listen again. Will the flight attendant help each passenger now or later? Check (7) the correct answer. 1.0 now 201 now 3.0 now 4.0 now later 1 later 0 later CO ater 21 )) Listening 3 135 & Task 1 People are talking about flights. Listen and check (/) their opinions about each flight. Py 1. the airport the flight the food the servic .. the airport the flight the food the service . the airport the flight the food the service the airport the flight the food the service = a o o o ai a a fa Oo Oo fal fal] Oo oOo Oo Oo Booo0o00o0000000o000 onl 135 & Task 2 Listen again. What phrase completes each statement? Write the correct letter. 1. Next time, she won't _d_ a. try a different airline. 2. Next time, he'll __ b. fly if the weather looks bad. 3. Next time, she'll __ . get seat near the front of the plane. 4. Next time, he won't __ d. travel during spring break. 28 Conversation Corner Agi ieniomtlceil unciation Reduction of could you and would you 136 P Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. Could you put your seat back up, please? 3. Would you bring me a new one? 2. Could you fill out the form? 4, Would you give me a hand? > Task 2 Read the questions to a partner. Be sure to reduce could you and would you. 0137 & Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: Excuse me, that bag in the overhead compartment? B: I'm afraid it’s a bit heavy. Would you help me? A: Sure B: Thanks. ‘A: Oh, and we're taking off soon. ______turn off your cell phone, please? (Roi epee ee eee your saat beck forward t00] B: No problem. Thanks for your help. > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce could you and would you. (Conversation Work in pairs. Think about three things you could ask for on an airplane. Imagine your partner is a flight attendant. Ask for the things on your list. Then switch roles. 29 13s) Mishaps jetting Ready A mishap is a small accident. Match each mishap on the left with the solution on the right. Have any of these mishaps happened to you? Compare answers with a partner. ‘ap te 1. You spill something on your clothes._a___a_call.a tow truck 2. Your phone falls in a puddle. __ b. apologize and reschedule 3. You get lost going to an appointment.___. call a locksmith 4, You break a friend's vase. _ 4d. call for directions 5. Your sink drain gets clogged. __ e. offer to buy a new one 6. You get locked out of the house. __ £, go to the store and exchange it 7. Your car won't start.__ B goto the drycleaner 8, You forgot about an appointment. h. calla plumber Listening 1 People are talking about mishaps. Listen and number the pictures. )) Listening 2 a1 b Task 1 People are discussing mishaps. Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a. He spilled tomato sauce on the floor. He spilled tomato sauce on the rug. 2. a. He broke a teapot b. He spilled tea on her clothes. 3. a, He has an ink stain on his shirt. b. He has a food stain on his shirt 4, a. She lost her jacket. b. She spilled coffee on her jacket 5. a. He lost his keys. b. He lost his wallet. 6. a. There's something wrong with the car. b. They're lost. 139 Task 2 Listen again. Are these statements true or false? Check (7) the correct answer. |. The woman suggests pouring water on the st 2. The man thinks an apology is a good solution. 3. The man doesn't agree with the woman's solution. |. The mar going to call a locksmith. 3, 4. The woman is going to buy a new jacket. 5, 6. The man is going to call the restaurant for directions. stg eg TT) OoOoOoo8 a4 ) Listening 3 pan 1-40 > Task 1 . Four people are describing mishaps. Listen and check (V) the correct information. wr What is the mishap? C1 She missed the bus. { she dropped her cell phone. When did it happen? Ci this morning CD this afternoon ‘What was the solution? Oi get anew battery O dryit out Did it work? Dyes Ono ‘What is the mishap? D He lost his keys. D He lost his phone. ‘When did it happen? Oi kast night Cat lunchtime ‘What was the solution? Ci go back to the store C1 all the manager Did it work? O yes Ono ‘What is the mishap? CO she spilled coffee. C1 She broke a picture. When did it happen? [this moming Cat the end of the day What was the solution? O soda O arug cleaner Did it work? Dyes Ono ‘What is the mishap? C He got ink on his shirt. Co He got food on his shirt. ‘When did it happen? D last week O yesterday ‘What was the solution? CD take it to the drycleaner CO pour soda on it Did it work? Dyes Ono 0140 > Task 2 Listen again. What phrase completes each statement? Write the correct letter. 1. Katie_b_ a. charges a fee to unlock a door. 2. Joe's manager __ b. was running to catch the bus. 3. Hannah «. called his friend for a solution. 4, Brie 4. knocked some things off her boss's desk. 32 Conversation Corner Describing a mishap nunciation uae euel Reduction of did you ova b Task 1 Es ey Listen and repeat. 1. Did you call a plumber? 4. Did you call a locksmith? 2. Did you try pouring plain soda on it? 5. Did you take it to the dry cleaners? 3. Did you offer to replace it? 6. Did you buy a new one? > Task 2 Read the questions to a partner. Be sure to reduce did you. (Gictation 142 Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: [heard you had a terrible___. What happened? B: I slipped on the steps. | dropped my phone and my cup of coffee! A: \Vowileeeee ees eee Meese ee = your phone? B: Yes, but | got a new one, ‘A: What happened to the coffee? eg B: Yes. Now I have a stain on my new pants. A: Did you take them to the dry cleaners? B: Yes. | hope comes out! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner, Be sure to reduce did you. (Conversation Work in pairs. Think of two more mishaps. Think of possible solutions for each one. Then take turns describing the mishaps and giving possible solutions. aL Cea 33, Getting Ready What will you think about when you look for a job? Check (/) your answers and compare them with a partner. Mune salary working hours vacations commuting time interesting work colleagues job security other: o0000000 o oO o oO o Oo o oO o oOo o o o Oo o Oo 022) Listening 1 People are talking about their jobs. Listen and number the pictures. Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 023 ® Task 1 What job does each person have? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1.@) baker 3. a. TV producer 5. a. reporter b. manager b. chauffeur b. photographer 2. a, manager 4, a. technician 6. a. cashier b. bellhop b. administrative b. server assistant 023 ® Task 2 Listen again. Circle the correct answer. 1. She 4, She @) does not have a lot of experience a. thinks the salary is good b. has been working there awhile b. is looking for another job c. works ata theater ¢. likes her co-workers 2. He 5. He a. works in the manager's office a. works for a magazine b. meets interesting people b. writes about sports news ¢. hates the work isn't famous 3. He 6. She a. sees the TV producer every day a. works there only part time b. helps with movie productions b. isa cashier ¢. doesn’t know how to drive c. doesn’t work anymore 35 )) Listening 3 024 ® Task 1 People are talking about their jobs. Which statement is true? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. He does all of his work on the telephone spends a lot of time talking to people c. has worked there a short time d. is looking for a new job 2. She a. has a boss b. works for a large company c. has two big clients d._ needs more work a. has a new restaurant b. is very busy on the weekends c. has very little to do d. often does the cooking 024 & Task 2 Listen again. 1. a. hard 2. a. creative b. quiet b. boring © interesting c. easy 4. boring d. unsuccessful 36 |. She a. likes meeting people ‘b. doesn't really like traveling, . never has a break during a flight d. doesn't like the money ircle the word that each person uses to describe his or her job. 3. a. easy 4. a. difficult b. relaxing b. easy ©. lonely c. tough d. tough d. well-paid Conversation Corner All-items) Peat unc) Intonation of yes/no questions n 25 & Task 1 Listen and repeat. —_ — 1. Do you like it there? Is it fun? eee ans 2. Do you enjoy teaching? Is it interesting? rel —— 3. Do you work in an office? Is it a full-time job? > Task 2 Read the questions to a partner. Be sure to use the correct intonation. 026 & Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: So, what do B: I'm a flight attendant. A; That sounds interesting. Do you alot? B: Yes. I've been to over 30 countries. ? What do you do? A: lama manager in a restaurant. B: Do you work on 2 ‘A: No. I travel on weekends. It's a great job! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to use the correct intonation. (Conversation Work in pairs. Think of one good job and one bad job. Imagine you have one of these jobs. Take turns asking and answering questions about it. Try to guess what your partner's job is. 37 Keeping Fit (Getting Ready What do you do to keep fit? Match each goal on the left with the correct suggestion on the right. Compare your answers with a partner. 1. havea healthier diet _c_ a. do lots of sit-ups 2. tighten stomach muscles b. join a health club with a pool 3. put on weight __ ¢. eat less meat and more vegetables 4. swim regularly d. lift weights every other day 5. get some outdoor exercise e. take up jogging 27) Listening 1 38 People are talking about New Year's resolutions. What is each person going to do? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1.@) do more exercise 3. a, do more walking 5. a. eat less meat b. put on weight b. take up jogging b. lose some weight 2, a. learn to swim 4. a, joinagym 6. a. take up jogging b. give up smoking b. put on weight b. start doing situps Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 28 & Task 1 Which kind of exercise does each person prefer now? Listen and check (/) the correct picture. 1. 028 & Task 2 Listen agai a 2 a It's not fun. @®) ls a good place to meet people. a b. a He does it indoors. He listens to the ocean as he does it. It’s fun. It’s not easy to find a place to play. 4a. |. Circle the reason each person likes the kind of exercise he or she does now. It’s easy to do it. She can do it almost anywhere. 1. It took a short time to learn. He doesn’t usually ride it on busy streets. 1. It cheap to do. It’s not as easy as it looks. )) Listening 3 029 ® Task 1 People are talking about exercise. Listen and check (/) the activities they do or do not do now. Lptel ty 1. Brandon a. swimming a mw b. jogging Qo Ol . bicycling Oo oO 2. Alicia a. jogging (a o b. aerobics o Qo c. weightlifting a a 3. lan a. tennis oO o b. golf i) oO weightlifting ao oO ting Oo i b. swimming oO Oo jogging al o 029 ® Task 2 Listen again. What sport does each person want to try? Write the correct letter. 1, Brandon _b_ a. swimming 2. Alicia b. tennis 3. Jan__ ©. biking 4, Katie d. golf 40 TN ITEE TTT lett -Ts > Asking about past actions aus ud Reduction of used to and use to ener Tost Le Eee Listen and repeat. 1. Lused to lift weights. 3. She used to play tennis. 5. We used to take walks. 2. | didn’t use to exercise. 4, He didn’t use to eat right. 6. They didn’t use to run. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to reduce used to and use to. Gictation 20 P& Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: What did you do in the past that you don’t do now? B: Well, | didn’t workout very much. A: So what do you do now? 8: Now, | run every day in the park. | used to ____, but now I love it! Al weights and use the machines at the gym. B: And now? A: Now | ride my bike a lot.I didn't === outdoors, but now: I really enjoy it. > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce used to and use to. (Conversa Work in pairs. Think about something you do now that you didn’t use to do. Then tell your partner about it. a Invitations tting Ready Do people use these responses to accept or refuse an invitation? Check (7) your answers and compare them with a partner. Meh COS ry eae piercer og a 4 o oO) oO a ol Oo Oo a a oO ia Oo Sorry, I'd love to, but | have other plans. Thanks. I'd love to. That sounds great. Thanks. Sorry, I don’t think | can Maybe some other time. Sure. That sounds great. I'd love to, but... NO ew N on) Listening 1 What is each invitation for? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a. goto see a movie 4, a. go somewhere before class go for a snack b. gotoacafe 2. a. goto the health club 5. a. come over for dinner b. go to the beach b. go toa restaurant 3. a. see a movie 6. a, rentaDVD b. rentaDVD. b. go to the movies a ‘Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 20 & Task 1 Does each person accept or refuse the invitation? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a. accept 3. a. accept 5. a. accept refuse b. refuse b. refuse 2. a. accept 4. a. accept 6. a. accept b. refuse b. refuse b. refuse 243 ® Task 2 Listen again. Are these statements true or false? Check (7) the correct answer. id fz Melanie doesn't like musicals. Jake goes to the park often, Sarah has stayed home every night this week. Ben doesn’t have tickets to the game. Jen studies Spanish, Steven only wants to see the match. ay een fees ale 43 ») 44 Listening 3 24 b Task 1 Listen to the invitations on Erin's voicemail. Are the statements true or false? Check (7) the correct answer. The invitation is to watch a baseball game. Friends from schoo! will be there. They'll go out to eat. The meeting time is 9:00 p.m. The invitation is for lunch on Saturday. It's a surprise birthday party for Meg, The meeting time is noon. seange Everyone should bring a gift. It’s an invitation to the theater. The concert is on Saturday. An Australian rock group is playing. They'll have dinner before the concert. The invitation is to play tennis. Some friends are meeting on Sunday afternoon. The meeting time is 2:00 p.m. eaegse ean ee an mr Tl Afterwards, they'll have dinner and see a movie. 214 & Task 2 Listen again. Should Erin call back or will the person call her again? Circle the correct answer. Erin should call 3. a, Erin should call, b. The caller will call again. b. The caller will call again. 2. a. Brin should call. 4, a. Erin should call. b. The caller will call again b. The caller will call again. Oooonon00000000008 (eT TPE en letra t-te > Giving an invitation (Ffonunciation eater neue Reduction of Do you and Are you oer Tsk ee eee Listen and repeat. 1. Do you have any plans? 4, Are you sure? 2. Do you want to go? 5, Are you free? 3. Do you like tennis? 6. Are you coming? > Task 2 Read the questions to a partner. Be sure to reduce Do you and Are you. @ictation 216 B Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: Hey, Jen. _____ ___ this weekend? B: Maybe, Do you have some plans? ArYes, poop music? B: Sure. Why? A: I've got tickets for the pop music festival at Reed Hall. to.come with me? B: Do you have fee ee night on Saturday night?) A: Saturday night. B: Great! I'd love to! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce Do you and Are you. (Cinversation Work in pairs. Think of an event and plan the time and date. Take turns inviting each other to the event and accepting the invitation. 45 Campus Life jetting Ready Match each place with the pictures below. Compare your answers with a partner. a. classroom b. library c. campus bookstore d. gym e. cafeteria f. professor's office 4 217) Listening 1 Where is each conversation taking place? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a, campus bookstore 3. a. classroom 5. a. professor's office cafeteria b. professor's office Bb, classroom 2. a. library 4. a. cafeteria 6. a classroom b. campus bookstore b. campus bookstore b. gym ol Vocabulary Worksheet ) Listening 2 248 & Task 1 People are discussing classes they are taking. Listen and number the pictures. 218 & Task 2 Listen again. Are the statements true or false? Listen and check (7) the correct answer. i ere There isn’t much reading in this dass. Students do experiments in this class. The teacher in this class is unfair. There's a lot of homework for this class. The professor is interesting, oy eee o0o0000 oOoooo8 This class meets in a lab. aT )) Listening 3 219 & Task 1 People are talking about their schools. Listen and check (/) their opinions about each school. a = Se eee campus w o classes Oo o teachers fal i students Oo Oo schedule o Oo clubs o o students oO oO campus Oo Oo campus o o teachers oO o gym Qo Oo ‘campus oO Oo teachers oO oO schedule Oo oO schedule oO oO students Oo o 219 & Task 2 Listen again. What phrase completes each statement? Write the correct letter. 1, The teachers _¢_ a. is modern and looks nice. 2. The gym__ b. are different here. 3. The campus __ . are not interested in teaching. 4. The students __ d._ has an outdoor cafe. 48 Cer LC OCT] Describing likes and dislikes Cac ns cLsuad Intonation of words in a series 0220 ® Task 1 Listen and repeat. oe —— 1. | like the campus, the classes, and the teachers. 2. She likes the food, the people, and the sports. 3. {don't like my schedule, my teachers, or the homework. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to use the correct intonation. Gictation 22 b Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: So, how do you like your school? B: Well, | like some things, but}. things. ‘A: Such as? B:| like the______, the , and the ___. But | don’t like the food, the gym, or the clubs. How about you? A; Just the opposite! | really like the , the and the B: What don't you like? A:lguess}______==—=s the classes, the teachers, and the homework! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to use the correct intonation. (Gonversa Work in pairs. What do you like about your school? What don’t you like about your school? Take turns talking about what you like and Aa a dislike about your school. PAGE 102 49 Hobbies and Pastimes Getting Ready a ) Who would most enjoy these hobbies and pastimes? Check (/) your answers and compare them with a partner. There may be more than one answer. Retin ieee ETI cucel gardening cooking playing sports hiking collecting comic books playing video games surfing the Internet ooOo00000 oOooo000 oOoo00000 fap ST TTT o22))) Listening 1 50 People are talking about hobbies and pastimes. Listen and number the pictures. Vocabulary Workshest )) Listening 2 0223 & Task 1 Which activity does each person enjoy doing now? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. Zach 3. Brian 5. Danielle a. playing basketball a. watching videos a. painting painting b. hiking b. writing children’s books hiking . playing video games ©. reading 2. Erica 4. Evan 6. Marcus a. collecting baseball cards a. collecting stamps a. reading the newspaper b. collecting comic books b. collecting paintings b. playing golf c. gardening ¢. collecting baseball cards ¢. reading books > Task 2 Listen again. What does each speaker like best about his or her current hobby or pastime? Write the correct letter. 1. Zach_d_ a. the flowers 2. Erica b. looking at his collection 3. Brian c. creating pictures 4. Evan __ 4. using bright colors 5. Danielle €. looking at the blue sky 6. Marcus f. making great friends 51 )) Listening 3 224 ® Task 1 People are talking about their interests. Listen and check (/) two suitable hobbies for each person. 1. Steve CO surfing the Internet gardening © bird watching DO hiking 2. Christine OO music CO bird watching CO. gardening cooking 0224 ® Task 2 Listen ag 1,@) enjoying nature b. hiking sitting in a cafe 2. a. bird watching b. visiting the countryside ¢. getting together with friends 52 sports O hiking O music (© surfing the Internet |. Amy C1 hiking CO. reading CO sports C1 surfing the Internet What is one activity each person likes doing? Circle the correct answer. surfing the Internet exercising playing the guitar poe earning something new going to parties ©. working out at the gym s Conversation Corner MEI ek) tetas) (Gonunciation a Syllable stress in words 0225 ® Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. baseball 2. coking —«3. gardening 4, réstaurants «5. hiking —€6. painting 0226 & Task 2 Listen. Mark the stressed syllable in the underlined words. Then read the sentences to a partner. 1. He collects cémic books. 2. They love playing golf. _—_3. She enjoys watching videos. @ictation 0227 & Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: What do you do in your free time, Lara? B: | used to enjoy , but now I like and A: Oh, not me! | enjoy collecting things. | collect cards, B: Do you do anything else? A: Yes, | really enjoy the Internet and listening to B: Do you play any sports? A:|go_______and _____in the winter. How about you? B: | like summer sports. | enjoy and : > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to stress the correct syllable in the missing words. (nversation Work in pairs. Think about your own hobbies and pastimes. Ask and answer questions about them with your partner. 53 “> Shopping Problems Getting Ready Have you ever had these problems? Check (V) your answers and compare them with a partner. You bought something that. shrank when you washed it had a missing part was the wrong size didn’t work changed color when you washed it was damaged was poorly made other: o0000000 om) Listening 1 Which item did each person receive? Listen and check (Y) the correct picture. 1 2 a4 Vocabulary Worksheet ) Listening 2 22 b Task 1 Customers are describing a problem. Listen and circle the correct answer. 1.@ She needs a bigger size. 5. b. a b. a b. She needs a smaller size. ‘The shoes are too small. The shoes are damaged. The lock is 8. The lock isn’t working. The band is too big. The band is broken. The shirt has shrunk. ‘The buttons have come off the shirt. The back doesn't close. The shutter is broken. 229 & Task 2 Listen agai Are these statements true or false? Check (Y) the correct answer. ns es ay Rwne The clerk asks the customer to come back tomorrow. The clerk asks for the receipt. The customer has to bring the briefcase back in a few days. The customer should call the clerk by tonight. The clerk asks the customer to fill out a form. The customer needs to show the clerk the guarantee. o00000 OOOOoON 55 )) Listening 3 230 ® Task 1 56 People are talking about shopping, Listen and circle the correct information about each person. la She enjoyed going to the store. ©) There were good bargains. © 2. a: b. © She bought many things. He didn’t like the clothes he bought. He didn’t buy much. Most of the things he bought were good. 0230 B® Task 2 ‘The camera cost nearly $250. The camera doesn’t work well. poe ‘The camera cost more at an online store. |. She thought the prices were reasonable. b. She bargained when she bought them. ¢. Her friend got things for a higher price. Listen again. What phrase completes each statement? Write the correct letter. |. Next time, she won't _b_ . Next time, he'll save his money and __ 3. Next time, he'll spend more time __ 4, Next time, she'll be sure to__ a. comparing prices before buying something, b. go shopping during a big sale. c. bargain . wait for the sales at home. Conversation Corner Axatinnee-amicn) (onunciation Crea eran ey Reduction of need to and like to | one Te a eee Listen and repeat. 1. [need to return this. 4. I'd like to exchange these shoes. 2. You need to show me the guarantee. _5. She'd like to get a refund. 3. He needs to get another size. 6. We'd like to get another one. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to reduce need to and like to. Gctation 0232 B Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: Can |help you? B: Yes, I'd this shirt. I need to get a larger one. A: No problem. B: And the color is wrong. I'd like to find a ‘A: That's fine. Oh, and do you have your receipt? B: Uh-oh, | think | forgot it. |____go home and get it. AvYes,|____ your receipt. B: Okay, Ill be right back, > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce need to and like to. Gnversation Work in pairs. Think of something you recently bought. Imagine it has a problem. Take turns being a salesperson and a customer, and return the item to the store. Hotel Services (Getting Ready Which numbers in a hotel do you call for the following services? Write the numbers next to the services. Compare answers with a partner. / } / 1. To order a meal in your room, dial 15. } 2. To get clothes dry cleaned, dial___. ; 3. To get help carrying your bags, dial __ | 4, To get your room cleaned, dial__. 7 5. To get theater tickets, dial__. 6. To check if you have received mail, dial__. 233) Listening 1 People are making calls from their hotel rooms. Who is each person calling? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1.@) laundry 3. a. housekeeping 5. a. front desk ‘b. room service b. room service b. room service 2. a. concierge 4. a. bell captain 6. a. concierge b. bell captain b. laundry b. housekeeping, Vocabulary Worksheet 58 )) Listening 2 0234 ® Task 1 People are talking to a hotel receptionist. What does each person want to do? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a, leave a message check for packages pick up mail 2. a. move toa bigger room b. move toa quieter room €. move toa smoking room 3. a, arrange for a taxi for the morning b. arrange for a taxi for tonight ¢. learn to set the alarm clock 4. a. drive to a restaurant b, eat something without meat . eat in the restaurant 0234 ® Task 2 Listen again. Are these statements true or false? Check (/) the correct answer. ha fed 1. The guest has no package. 2. The guest hates the smell of smoke. 3, The guest can get ready in 30 minutes. 4 fellas oo0o0go . The guest can’t order lasagna without meat. 59 )) Listening 3 235 Task 1 People are talking about the hotels they are staying in. Listen and check (V) their opinions about each hotel. CE ace) the restaurant the service a 5 the room Oo ia the rates ia ‘Ol = Ete the restaurant a oO the service Oo (a the room oO oO the rates Oo a . ks Eo the restaurant o the restaurant Oo Oo the service iE oO the service im i the room Oo o ‘the room o Oo the rates Oo oO the rates o ia 0235 ® Task 2 Listen again. What phrase completes each statement? Write the correct letter. 1. The hotel should have one restaurant that’s _a_ a. just for adults. 2. The hotel should buy —_ b. anew manager. 3. The hotel should get __ c. cheap, casual restaurant. 4, The hotel should have at least one __ 4d. softer mattresses. 60 Asking for help nunciation as ou al Reduction of the vowel sound in can i orem Tak ee Listen and repeat. 1. Can | help you? 4. I can‘t open the window. 2. Can I get them tonight? 5. Ican’t find my key. 3. You can leave them here. 6. I can’t connect to the Internet. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to reduce the vowel sound in can. Gictation 0237 & Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: help you? B: Yes. | can't open the window in my room, —_ get some help? A: Certainly. Is there anything else? B: Yes. | the air conditioner off. ‘A: We can help with that. Is there anything else I can do? B: Yes. | to the Internet, A: You need a password.|__==_ pitt, B: Thank you very much! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce the vowel sound in can. (nversation Work in pairs. Imagine you are staying in a hotel. Ask your partner for something you need or something you need help with. Take turns being the guest and receptionist. 6 Movies (Getting Ready 238) 62 Look at the pictures. What kind of movie does each one show? Match each kind of movie on the left with the best description on the right. Compare answers with a partner. 1. romance _b a. A movie about events that take place in the future or in other parts of the universe. 2. western 'b. A movie that tells a love story. 3. horror ¢. A movie about life in the west of the United 7 States in the nineteenth century. 4. action d. A movie that tries to scare the audience. oe e Amovie that tries to make people laugh. . A movie with a fast-moving story that is full 6. comedy __ of danger and excitement. Listening 1 What kind of movie does each person describe? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a. science fiction 3. a. horror 5. a. romance action b. western Bb. western 2. a, action 4, a, science fiction 6. a. action b. comedy b. comedy b. science fiction Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 0239 ® Task 1 People are looking at information about movies on a website. What type of movie is it? Listen and write the correct letter. a. western —b, comedy, horror 1. CINEMA 1 title: Hit Harder: The Final Conflict type: A title: Party Animal type: __ title: Dreams pc 0239 & Task 2 Listen again. Write the show times. Cinema 1 2:30, 4:45, 7:30, 10:00 Cinema 2 Cinema 3 d. action e. science fiction. romance Pee ws title: Cowboy's Run type:__ a Ve title: Space Children type:__ Ce ey title: Monster Party type: __ Cinema 4 Cinema 5 Cinema 6 )) Listening 3 2-40 > People are talking about movies. What did they like or not like about each movie? Listen and check (7) the correct answers. : ene the story 5 wa the acting Oo Oo the ending Oo Oo the music Oo Oo 2 the story a a the acting ial o the ending o ol ‘the music ao o 02-40 > Listen agai 1.00 yes 2.0 yes 4 ro O 10 64 ren the story o Oo the acting Oo oO the ending Oo oO the music a Oo re the story Oo Oo the acting Oo Oo the ending oO oO the music a oO 3.01 yes O no 4.0 yes O ne Does each person recommend the movie or not? Check (V) the correct answer. Conversation Corner AER) feaute i (Gonunciation =e Linked sounds s and z 0241 Task 1 Listen and repeat. Notice the inked sounds. (IEE 1. What. was it about? 4, Who was in it? 2 What's it about? 5. Who's in it? 3, l'sabouta wedding, 6. Shes ina new movie. | what’sen | whatson > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to link the s and z sounds. @ictation 02-42 & Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: Hey, would you like to go to a movie tonight? B: Yeah, 'dlove to. ‘A: Hats off to Harry is playing at the Gateway Theater. _____ a boy that gets lost, ends up in Hollywood, and becomes a big star. B: it? ‘A: Well, besides the boy, umm, Russell Hil B: Oh, funny guy. Let’s go! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to link the s and z sounds. (nversation Work in pairs. Think of two new movies. Take turns inviting each other to one of the movies. Die Rou Ask what the movie is about before you accept the invitation. nce 65 Fears jetting Ready Are you afraid of any of the things below? Check (V) your answers and compare them with a partner. | re heights riding roller coasters spiders snakes mice ‘cockroaches bats small spaces scuba diving fiying on airplanes driving on freeways other: o00000000000 oOoooooo0o00000 32) Listening 1 66 What is happening in these pictures? Listen and number the pictures. Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 033 & Task 1 Look at the picture. What is she doing? People are describing fears. Has each speaker's fear decreased over the years? Listen and check (/) the correct answer. 1.4% yes 4.0 yes O no O no 2.00 yes 5.01 yes O ro O no 3.01 yes 6.0 yes O no O no 033 & Task 2 Listen again. Circle the correct statement. 1. She loved going to the zoo when she was a kid, she was given a kitten for her birthday. 2. a. A snake tried to bite her while she was hiking. b. A snake bit her at the zoo. 3. a. His friend hated spiders. b. He studied spiders in college. 4, a. He learned how to swim. b. He went to the beach often when he was a kid. 5. a. His friend was in a car accident. b. He was ina car accident, 6. a. She learned to fly a plane. b. An airplane engineer explained how planes stay in the air. 67 )) Listening 3 03-4 & Task 1 People are talking about their fears. Is each statement true or false? Listen and check (7) the correct answer. Bia ies 1. a. He has never had bad experiences in elevators. oa ww b. He doesn’t like the feeling of not being able to get out. oO Oo 2. a. She is afraid of waves. ol a b. She likes pools because there are lots of people around. Oo fs 3. a. She is afraid of cats. a Q b, She has been chased by birds. Qa Qo 4, a. He doesn’t mind looking out of Oo Oo b. He doesn't like flying. a Oo 034 > Task 2 Listen again. What problem does the fear cause for each person? Circle the correct answer. 1. a. He can never use elevators. 3. a. She can't visit her friend with a bird. b. He hates using stairs. b. She cant visit her friend with a cat. © He has to use the elevator with c. She can't visit the beach with her friends. someone else. 2. a. She can't swim in a pool. 4. a. He can't work ina tall building. b. She can’t swim in the ocean. b. He never travels. ¢. She can't be in crowds. ¢. He can't do some fun things with his kids 68 Ce TeT Cee Describing fears (Pronunciation eu euel Sentence stress 035 & Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. Once, I sdt next to an dirplane enginger. 3. After we were in the dir for a while, | felt a lot better. 2. Whén | was a kid, I got sttick in an élevator. 4. Thén when I went to college, I learned about spiders. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to stress the correct words and syllables. Gictation 036 & Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: Are you afraid of anything? B: Yes. I'm afraid of elevators. Once, when | was a kid, | got stuck in A: So what do you do when you have to take an elevator? Od dda dad dia iad: aaiaaiaasaat Geen A: | was afraid of insects when | was a kid. B: How did you stop being insect? A; When | was in college, | studied insects in a . Now, I'm not afraid at all. In fact, | think > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to stress the correct words and syllables. (Conversation Work in pairs. Think of something that you were afraid of when you were a child. Ask and answer questions about what you were afraid of. Tell your partner if you're still afraid of it now. 69 37) Phone Messages tting Ready Do you use your phone often? Think about the questions below. Discuss your answers with a partner. 1 2. How many phone calls do you receive a day? Who do you call most often? 4, How many text messages do you send a day? 5. How many text messages do you receive a day? 6. Who do you text most often? 7. What else do you use your cell phone for? 8. Do you prefer making phone calls or texting? Why? How many phone calls do you make a day? Listening 1 Listen to the messages on Lara’s voicemail. Complete the information about each call. 1 een 3. Name of caller: David Telephone number: 11-2144 Best time to call: after eee Name of caller: Telephone number: Best time to call: Sarah between and eee Name of caller: Telephone number: Best time to call: Peter between and __ eae Name of caller: Telephone number: Best time to call: Linda Wong 70 Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 038 ® Task 1 Listen to these messages on Andre's voicemail. Circle the correct message. 1. a. Pick up the car on Tuesday morning. Pick up the car on Friday afternoon. 2. a. ABC Express will deliver a package tomorrow. b. ABC Express delivered a package today. 3. a. Susan is inviting Andre to a party on Saturday. b. Susan is telling Andre she will come to his party. 4, a. The shirt has arrived. b. The shirt hasn't arrived yet. 5. a. Kathy cannot go to dinner. b. Kathy can go to dinner after work. 6. a. Dr. Costello can give Andre a dental appointment on Thursday. b. Dr. Costello can give Andre a dental appointment on Tuesday. 038 ® Task 2 Listen again. Does the caller want Andre to call back or will the caller phone again later? Check (/) the correct answer. Gn neta eke OoOoooN oO o oO oO i oO ay eee 1 )) Listening 3 039 & Task 1 Daniel is listening to messages on his voicemail at work. Is each statement true or false? Listen and check (/) the correct answer. ‘The message is from an airline company. The flights are confirmed. Free transportation to the hotel is available. The driver should not be tipped. Bore The message is from the mailroom. The package is waiting. The mailroom will deliver the package. He received a letter. The invitation is for dinner. He wants to go to a Mexican restaurant. He suggests a boat trip after the meal. He will call again later. aooe The shirts can be picked up now. The store is open until 9:00 p.m. The cost is $29. You can pay by check or credit card. o000 0000 0000 0000 ont on ee) 0 eT pT TP 039 B Task 2 Listen again. What is each caller’s phone number? Write the answers. 1. Mary 878-1990 2. Peter 3. Mike 4, Mrs. Jones 2 Conversation Corner AS inemiten-wen nunciation feu Intonation of phone numbers 310 & Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1, 415-555-6879 2, 404-619-4967 3, 555-212-6978 30 P Task 2 Listen. Mark arrows over the numbers where your voice rises and where it falls. Then read the sentences to a partner. 1. Call me at 878-858-1990, 2. I'm at 392-4592. 3. Her number is 451-760-6024, Gictation 32 B Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing numbers. A: Mike called today. He wants to go to the restaurant with us tonight. B: Did he leave his number? A: Yes. It’s ___. He also asked us to invite Lisa. B: Did he leave her number? A: No, but I have it memorized. It's B: Got it. We should call the restaurant, too. | think their number is > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to use the correct intonation. (Conversation Work in pairs. Imagine you are meeting your partner for the first time. Write down each other's phone numbers. Then check to see if you wrote the numbers correctly. m4 Touring a City Getting Ready Look at the picture. Where are the people? What do you do when you visit a new city? Check (V) your answers and compare them with a partner. visit museums visit churches or temples take a bus tour try local food g0 to the zoo buy souvenirs go shopping attend local cultural events other: ooo0000000 Listening 1 People are visiting a city. Where are they? Listen and number the pictures. Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 > Task 1 31 Tour guides are describing some of the things people will see or do ona bus tour. Listen and circle the correct answers. 1. a, take pictures of the stars’ houses ® see Marilyn Monroe's house €. see Joe DiMaggio’s house d. see James Dean’s house €. see Arnold Schwarzenegger's house 2. a. go to the Empire State Building b. visit the Statue of Liberty ¢. take a taxi uptown oe 5 4, have a picnic in Central Park €. go ice skating at Rockefeller Center 3. a. hike in the mountains 4, a. see a cemetery b. visit a market b. go toa museum ©. eat food at the market . visit a famous person’s grave d. go inside a temple d. go to the museum shop fe. touch the statues e. go to an open-air market 0344 ® Task 2 Listen again. Are these statements true or false? Check (/) the correct answer. 1. People can take pictures of the stars’ houses. 2. People can buy a photo of the ice rink. 3. People can buy many kinds of souvenirs. 4 oooo0 oOoOoR8 |. People can’t take pictures of the graves. )) Listening 3 0345 & Task 1 People are talking about the tours they took. What was good or bad about each ‘tour? Listen and check (/) the correct answer. ab Cee the itinerary a w the itinerary the guide a a the guide the food a ao the food the price a ao the price the itinerary oO a the itinerary the guide ao oO the guide the food oO a the food the price a ao the price 345 & Task 2 Listen again. Would each person recommend the tour? Check (/) the correct answer. 1.00 yes 2.0 yes 3.0 yes Y ro 0 ro O ro 76 eee) Not good Conversation Corner Av-Serirer-mainy nunciation Reduction of -est in superlatives Cacao) 0346 & Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. It’s the tallest building in New York City. 4, It's the largest city in Latin America. 2, Mt. Whitney is the highest mountain in California, _5. It's the shortest train track. 3. This is the biggest shopping mall in the world. 6. This is the oldest theater in the city. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to reduce —est in the superlatives. Gictation 0347 & Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: What did you see on your tour? B: We first saw the Grant House. It’s building in the city. A: Nice. What else did you see? B: Then we visited the park. It’s one of the in the country. After that, we went to the top of the mountain. A: Oh, | bet the view was great. Isn’t that one of the ______ in the state? B: Yes. Actually, isthe _____in the country. The view > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce —est in the superlatives. (Ginwersation Work in pairs. Imagine you and your partner are going to take a visitor on a tour of your town or city. Talk about what your visitor should see and why. 1 Airports (Getting Ready Match each activity on the left with the correct place on the right. Compare answers with a partner. 1 2. freshen up after a flight_d_ board a flight _ meet a friend arriving on a flight get flight information change money __ pick up suitcases after a flight buy a magazine _ . take a bus to a different terminal __ a1) Listening 1 Where do these people want to go? Listen and check (V) the correct picture. 78 . arrivals area . baggage claim area newsstand |. restroom . shuttle bus stop . departure gate - currency exchange arrival and departure board ‘Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 0349 ® Task 1 What are these people talking about? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1.@) directions b. flight insurance ¢. flight information 2. a. ticketing information b. a flight departure time ©. a flight arrival time 3. a. transportation to the hotel b. hotel prices ¢. carrentals 4. a. customs and immigration b. shopping ¢. ATM machines 0349 ® Task 2 Listen again. Are these statements true or false? Check (/) the correct answer. ais es . a. He needs to find Terminal B. b. The bus leaves in twenty minutes. ©. He doesn’t need to buy a ticket. 2. a. The derk doesn’t help the man. b. The flight arrival time will appear later. ¢. The man should check the monitor in 50 minutes. 3. a, There are maps on Level 1 b. She plans to drive to the hotel. ¢. The hotel is near the airport. 4, a. There aren'ta lot of stores to choose from. bb. She doesn’t have to go through customs and immigration first. ¢. She can’t use credit cards 000 000 000 ooa est sg os od 79 )) Listening 3 320 & Task 1 People are talking about airports in different cities. Listen and check (Y) the correct answers. the location the location Gl ‘the transportation z 5 ‘the transportation oO . the facilities o a the facilities Oo o the check-in a o the check-in o o ee Oe the location the location oO Oo ‘the transportation 5 E ‘the transportation o oO the facilities ol a the facilities Oo Oo the check-in a a the checkin oO Oo 320 B® Task 2 Listen again. What phrase completes each statement? Write the correct letter. 1. The airport should put in _b_ a. some more check-in counters. 2. The airport needs to add __ b. some stores and cafes. 3. There should be ¢. anew airport closer to the city. 4, The city needs to build _ 4. a bus service into town Conversation Corner AS ewe arehay unciation uur add Plural ~s endings 0321 & Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. The flights are late. 2. The next plane leaves in 30 minutes. 3. The restrooms are down the stairs. 4, There are a lot of good places to eat. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to pronounce the -s endings correctly. Gictation 322 Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A; Excuse me, where are ? 8: Your bags are in the baggage claim area, on carousel 3. ‘A; Thanks. Oh, and are there ____ to eat near the baggage claim area? B; Yes. There are two cafes and a couple of A; Great. How do we get into the city? B: There are ___ ___just outside, after you leave the baggage area. A: Thank you so much! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to pronounce the -s endings correctly. Gnversation Work in pairs. Make a list of three places you can ask directions to in Speen an airport. Then take turns asking for and giving directions for the ce places on your list. at (Ge 0333) 82 Hotels ng Ready Look at the pictures. What are these items? What do you usually do when you check into a hotel? Check (7) your answers and compare them with a partner. show some identification give your credit card number pay for the room in advance Nae topo) pay a deposit show a letter from your company or school fill out a registration card show your airline tickets give a confirmation number oooo000go00 other: Listening 1 People are checking into a hotel. What do they have to do? Listen and circle the correct answer. spell her name show a driver's license 1.@) fill outa form 3. Bb. show a driver's license c. show a passport 4d. pay a deposit give the receptionist his credit card show an airline ticket fill out a registration form signa card epaoee 2. a. give the confirmation number 4. a. show a company ID b. show a driver's license b. show a passport ¢. show a passport c. give the receptionist her credit card d. pay cash for the room d. fill outa card e. leave a deposit e. leave a deposit Vocabiilany Worksheet )) Listening 2 0324 ® Task 1 What kind of room does each guest want? Listen and check (V) the correct answer. 1. & single CO double O standard O deluxe CO garden view CO city view 2. O) single O double © standard OO deluxe O garden view Ci city view 3. O single OC double 0 standard O deluxe © garden view OD city view 4. O single 0 double (standard CO deluxe CO. garden view O city view 0324 ® Task 2 Listen again. What else does each guest request? ‘le the correct answer. where to find public transportation a room away from the elevator -_ a fruit basket b. a wake-up call 3. a, aniron b. some clothes 4. a. coffee and sandwiches b. coffee and a salad 83 ) Listening 3 0325 & Task 1 People are discussing their rooms. Listen and check (V) the correct information. the size tthe size Oo a the bathroom the bathroom ao oO the view the view ao Oo the facilities the facilities oO Oo Z ey the size ao oO the size Oo oO the bathroom Oo oO the bathroom Oo o oO a the view ad oO al ol the facilities go oO 0325 ® Task 2 Listen again. What did each guest complain about? Circle the correct answer. 1. @) that there was nothing in the refrigerator 3. a. the view from the window ‘b. that the TV did not work ‘b. the heat in the room 2. a. the size of the bathroom 4. a. the shower b. the mattress b. the stereo Conversation Corner AG iieaiemeeiinrien (Gonunciation enteeeee Intonation for confirming information 0326 & Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. A: My name is Pennington. B: Did you say "Pennington"? 2. Ai I'd like a single room. B: Excuse me, Did you say “a single” room? 3. A: | need to see your passport. _B: I'm sorry. Did you say you need to see my passport? > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. One student is A, and the other student is B. Gite 0327 > Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A: Yes, sir, may | help you? B: I'd like a room for two nights, please. AD ee) B: That's right. My name is Chris Smithson. Me APEOU tae cae cceaaee er B: No, Smithson. $-M-I-T-H-S-O-N. Do you need to see some identification? AL you have identification? B: Yes. I do. Here you go. > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to use the correct intonation. (Ginversation Work in pairs. Imagine you are checking into a hotel. Think about the information you will need to check in. Take turns being a receptionist and a guest. 85, Traffic Getting Ready Match the pictures with the descriptions. Write the correct letter next to each description, Compare your answers with a partner. 1. Road repair 3. Traffic congestion on a freeway A 2. Two cars in a collision __ 4, Traffic moving smoothly on a freeway —__ tening 1 People are making announcements about traffic conditions. Listen and number the pictures. ax) = Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 329 & Task 1 These people have to go somewhere. How will each person get there? Listen and circle the correct answer. ji = ais rz = v9 by bus 3. a. by taxi 5. a. by car by car b. by car b. by taxi and subway by bicycle c. by bus by subway and on foot 2. a. by car 4. a. by car 6. a. by car b. by bus b. by bus b. by bike ©. by subway © by taxi c. by bus 0329 & Task 2 Listen again. Are these statements true or false? Check (/) the correct answer. True False 1. There is a big baseball game today. Oo 4 2. There is a traffic jam on the freeway. oO oO 3. Taxis usually don't come very quickly. oO o 4, Kevin lives close to Harry. od gd 5. The traffic is backing up because a traffic light is broken. Oo oO 6. The weather is not so good. i oO 87 ») 88 Listening 3 0330 B Task 1 People are describing solutions to traffic problems in their cities. What did each city do? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1.@) They improved the quality of buses. b. They raised bus fares on weekends. c. They lowered taxi fares. 2. a. They built more parking garages. b. They made drivers pay a daily fee. ¢. They keptall cars out of the city center. 3. a. They made many streets downtown one-way. Bb, They made new lanes for cars to use. ©. They made a law that people can drive downtown every day if they have a special pass. 4, a. They did not allow people to ride a bicycle downtown b. They made a rule that there must be at least three people in a car to go downtown. c. They bought new buses that don't create pollution. 0330 B Task 2 Listen again. What problem did each city have? Write the correct letter. 1 ce a. The traffic moved too slowly. 2 b. There weren't enough parking spaces. 3 ¢. The public transportation wasn't very good. 4 d. The air pollution in the city needed to be lowered. OPT TCT ery it-te > Describing problems nunciation Gunes CuCl Contractions of there is/has and there are How we spell it How we say it ‘there's therez there are therer 0331 ® Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. There's a lot of traffic. 3. There's been an accident. _5. There are two stalled cars. 2. There's a collision. 4, There's been a problem. _6. There are some improvements. > Task 2 Read the sentences to a partner. Be sure to pronounce there is/has and there are as contractions. (@ictation 32 b Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the mi ing words. A; Are you going downtown today? B: Yes, but____ marathon today. There's going to be a lot of traffic. A: Yes,_____several streets blocked off. B: And I just heard there’s been an accident, too. A: It’s true. There's been a collision B: Wow! 0, I guess I'll walk. with my feet today! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to pronounce there is/has and there are as contractions. (oe Work with a partner. Think about the best way to get around your town or city. Ask and answer questions about traffic and transportation in your town or city. versation 89 Roommates (Getting Ready Look at the picture. What kind of roommate is this person? What are some important qualities of a roommate? Check (/) the four most important qualities and add another of your own. Compare your answers with a partner. good-tempered good cook doesn’t snore reliable studious sociable thoughtful sense of humor quiet talkative neat considerate other: ooo0o0000o0o0o0000 om) Listening 1 90 People are talking about their roommates. Listen and r circle the two words that best describe each person. - 1.@) considerate 4, a, unreliable Bb. messy b. inconsiderate ©. helpful c. neat = . d. unreliable d. helpful 2. a. unfriendly 5. a. neat b. talkative b. sociable . studious ¢. considerate d. generous d._ studious 3. a, messy 6. a. lazy b. studious b. quiet rey c. sociable . studious 4. humorous 4. bad-tempered _ —_ Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 0334 B® Task 1 People are comparing their new roommate with their old roommate. Which one does each person prefer? Listen and check (v) the correct answer. teens Reto oy Rw N OOUOUOUON ooOoo0000 0334 B® Task 2 Listen again. What word or phrase describes each person's favorite roommate? Write the correct letter. Lo a. considerate 2 b. humorous ——— ¢. neat and clean 4 d. thoughtful 5. €. not too talkative 6 f. friendly and happy a tening 3 0335 & Task 1 People left voicemails for their roommates. What do they want their roommates to do? Listen and circle the correct answer. 1. a. make the bed b. lend him a book © bring him a book 2. a. invite her friends over b. buy some snacks c. make some snacks 3. a. call his parents b. make restaurant reservations 4. a. buy some food b. clean the room ©. empty out the refrigerator 0335 B® Task 2 Listen again. Are these statements true or false? Check (Y) the correct answer. 1. Ted did not make his bed this morning. wm 2. Meg invited friends over to play games. oO 3. John is going to buy dinner for Ken. oO 4. Carrie forgot to clean the apartment. o Tac a 92 Conversation Corner Ay serlsien-10))(- nunciation outa) Word stress for emphasis Stress the words that add Sepia ee eae 0336 B Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1, He's réally smart. 2. He’s extrémely noisy. 3. She's terribly rude! 4. She was véry considerate. 0337 & Task 2 Listen. Mark the stressed words in the sentences. Then read the sentences to a partner. 1, They talk really loudly. 2. She is extremely forgetful! 3. We're very quiet. 0338 Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. ‘A: How do you like your new roommate? B: I don't know . .. She's ! A: What do you mean? B:She's___att night. She watches TV and sings in her room. A; So she’s not as nice as your last roommate? B: No. My last roommate was______and considerate. ‘A: So what are you going to do? B: Well, you know me. I'm —____.. I guess I won't do anything! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to stress the words used for emphasis. (Conversation Work with a partner. Think of four words to describe one of your friends. Then take turns describing your friend to your partner. 93 i> Travel > ae (Getting Ready Which of these have ever happened to you on vacation? Check (V) your answers and compare them with a partner. i | You missed a flight. Someone stole your money. You lost your wallet You lost your passport. Your bags didn’t arrive. You got sick. OOOo0O0Oo00 OOOOoOoO0U You ran out of money. 33») Listening 1 Emily is talking about her vacation. Listen and number the pictures. Vocabulary Worksheet )) Listening 2 03.40 ® Task 1 People are calling home while they are on vacation. Listen and check (7) the 1. Jill 4. Rachel CO worried happy 4 © excited O sick \ upset CO excited 2. Sean 5. Mary OO relaxed OC upset C happy CO sick CO frightened O relaxed 3. John 6. Meg, CO relaxed OO bored CO pleased O pleased 0 worried Oi angry 03.40 ® Task 2 word that describes each person. Listen again. Why does each person call? Circle the correct answer. 1. fill @ has met someone interesting Bb. was in a dangerous situation cc. wants to ask a favor a. isn't having a good time b. c. needs money has some news a. lost his wallet b. lost his ticket ¢. will be coming back on time 4, Sean 5 John _____. 6. Rachel a. has good news b. needs help . told her friend about a health problem Mary a. lost her glasses b. was in an accident ¢. has bad news Meg a. is coming home earlier b. is taking a different flight . doesn’t have anything to do 95 )) Listening 3 03.41 B® Task 1 People are describing travel experiences. Is each statement true or false? Listen and check (V) the correct answer. ee 1. Chelsea a. She was eating in a Korean restaurant. yw oOo b. She asked the woman to help her. Oo i. . The woman invited her to join the family at their table. oO Ty] d._ She hasn't been in touch with the woman since then. Oo o 2. Brooke a. She was traveling by train in Italy. a oO b. Her wallet was in one of her bags. a o . Someone stole one of her bags. Oo a d. The person didn’t steal the wallet. Oo O 3. Steve ‘a. He had extra clothes with him. Oo Oo b. The airline did nothing to help. Oo Oo c. His bags arrived four days later. Oo Oo d. His bags had important things inside them. Oo Oo 4, Rachel ‘a. She got sick with food poisoning in Australia. Oo Oo b. She was only sick for two days. Oo Oo . She knew someone in Sydney. Oo Oo d. She went sightseeing for three days. Oo Oo 3.41 ® Task 2 Listen again. Why does each person want to go back again? Write the correct letter. 1. Chelsea __b_ a. He wants to listen to the traditional music. 2. Brooke —_ b. She wants to see a temple. 3. Steve __ ¢. She wants to see the museums she missed. 4. Rachel ___ d. She wants to scuba dive. 96 CCT CTs Describing a vacation nunciation Reduction of was 32 b Task 1 Listen and repeat. 1. A: How was your trip? _B: It was great. 2. A: How was the food? —_B: It was okay. > Task 2 Read the questions and answers with a partner. One student is A, and one student is B. 03-43 ® Task 1 Listen to the conversation. Write the missing words. A:Hi, Jen, ____ your trip? B: It was great! | had a wonderful time. a the food? B: It was good! | ate a lot! A:How _____ there? B: It was beautiful the whole time I was there. ‘A: So what was the best thing ee B: The beaches! > Task 2 Practice the conversation with a partner. Be sure to reduce was. Goversation Work in pairs. Think about a vacation you took. Tell your partner where you went. Ask and answer questions about what you eseagl ia did on your trip. 97 om )) Part 1 ANSWER SHEET 1DOoOo@ 2DOO@ I®DOO®M sDOO@ sDDO@D ‘OOOD 7OOOD Lacs) »@ ‘Train Departures create mpeg UNITS 1— 4 _ Testing focus: Focused listening Look at the pictures. For each picture you will hear a question and four statements. Choose the statement that best matches the picture. rODOO@D n@ Om) cambridge a ‘Bovon = Phiaceonia @ »>DOOe «DOOD sDOOD 98 Washington OC 34:10 ous) Part 2 Listen to each question. Choose the correct response. Use your answer sheet, 2 A. Oh, I met some friends and we went 10. A. Itisa great game. ‘out for dinner. B. It's just not my favorite. B. Yes, it’s too bad the weekend is over. . When I drive the car. C. | worked all day on Monday. D. It makes me want to dance. D. I think I'l stay home and relax. 11. A. He goes to the gym. A. Yes, think it was last night. B. I think he rented a movie. B. | don’t really like playing games. C. He said it’s his last weekend. C. What time does it start? D. He’s moving to a new house. D. No, | fell asleep on the sofa. 12. A. Yes, |had a really good time. A. But love classical music. B. You can bring a friend if you like. B. Yes, its the next station C. No, it’s not my birthday. . We can take the bus from here. D. Sure. What kind of party is it? D. | think they already changed it. os) Part 3 Listen to the following short conversations and answer the questions below. Use your answer sheet. 13. What did the woman do on Saturday? 15. What does the woman say about the food? A. She went bowling with her boyfriend. A. She likes the cheese. B. She had a boring weekend at home. B. She made them herself. C. She met her girlfriends in the evening, C. She's never had goat meat before. D. She stayed home and watched TV. D. Her mother gave her the recipe. 14. Who is the man? A. Ahotel guest B. A passenger © Acydlist D. A taxi driver ESTABLISH THE MAIN IDEA When a new listening passage begins, try to establish the main idea. Establishing the main idea will help you pick out important details 99 eee) mec UNITSS—-B , Testing focus: Listening for details oss) Part 1 Look at the pictures. For each picture you will hear four statements. Choose the statement that matches the picture. Use your answer sheet. ANSWER SHEET 100 oss )) Part 2 Listen to each question. Choose the correct response. Use your answer sheet. 7. A. Idon't feel lke it. B. That's kind of you to offer. . Something quick and easy. . Sure, if you like. . No, I'm sick of junk food. Actually, I don’t eat meat. aeP> 9. A. I've never seen him wear that color. B. No, Thai food is too spicy for him C. | think it’s in his closet. ow )) Part 3 10. A. | think | like the other belt better. B. Oh, are we about to land? C. I can't go any faster. 11. A. Id lke to check this bag in. B. I work in the sales department. C. Can't keep it under my seat? 12. A. No, the washing machine is leaking. B. I think | need more exercise. C. Yes, it’s been raining all day. Listen to the following conversation. Choose the correct answer for each question. Use your answer sheet. 13. What are the speakers discussing? ‘A. Plans for an upcoming birthday B. What they want to do for Mother's Day . Arestaurant they went to last week D. An upcoming trip 14. Why does the woman reject the man’s first suggestion? A. She doesn’t like flowers. B. The restaurant is too expensive, . She doesn’t want to do the same as last year. D. She had forgotten the date. ToRc® and TOER® ra regitered ademars of Edvations Tsing Serve (19) te publction tnt endo spony EF ‘ 6 15. What can be inferred about the speakers’ mother? A. She went to the Imperial Hotel last year. B. They haven't bought her flowers before. C. She is difficult to satisfy. D. She likes to eat French food. TAKE NOTES AS YOU LISTEN On some tests, such as the TOEIC® test and the TOEFL test, you wll answer several questions about the same listening passage. Taking notes as you listen will help you remember detals. 101 102 CTICS FOR TESTING RUE Bear oss) Part 1 Testing focus: Listening for organization Choose the correct answer, A, B or C. 1. How did the man learn about the openings? _3. What kind of relevant work experience does 2 A. He read a notice at the diner. OGL B. A friend told him about it. ‘A. working under pressure C. He saw an ad in the newspaper. B. dealing with customers ¢. serving 2. The man is currently A. tineinployed. 4, The man would be free to begin work at the , restaurant B. working. C. astudent. A. tomorrow. B. next week. C. next month, Complete the notes below. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer. NOTES JOB OPENING AT THE AMERICAN DINER Job * server Conditions + permanent position ‘+ one-month (5) period + need to provide two (6) Hours of work *two(7)_____ (change every three weeks) Days off *(8)___and(9) Benefits * free meals and (10)______ os) Part 2 Complete the sentences below. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer. 11. The club is going to hold an tournament every year. 12. The club’s are closed for two months every year. 13. The gym instructors can produce individual _ for members. 14. In the first exercise studio, there are _ classes, 45. Instructors are able to design which are safe and enjoyable. 16. Leisure membership does not include Look at the map of the Thornton Sports and Leisure Club. Write the appropriate letter on the blank next to each question. 47. __ locker rooms 19. ____ members’ lounge 18. indoor pool 20. exercise room LISTEN FOR TRANSITIONAL WORDS On some tests, such as IELTS™ and the TOEFL test, you will isten to long Conversations and talks. Transitional words or phrases such as first of all, however, then, and furthermore help to organize these long passages. (73). Ths publaton not endorsed approved by &T, 103 TACTICS FOR TESTING ULB eee . Testing focus: Picture-based questions ow) Part 1 Look at the pictures. For each picture you will hear four statements. Choose the statement that matches the picture. Use your answer sheet. 104 om) Part 2 Listen to each question. Choose the correct response. Use your answer sheet. 7. A. Lenjoy walking, 10. A. I don't have time to wash it B. | think it’s just past two. B. It doesn’t keep time very well. C. No, |had to pay about $20. C. [haven't watched it yet. 8. A. Yes, that's correct, 11. A. Can | get them by tomorrow? B. He collected my paper. B, Two white ones and one blue one. C. I really like toy robots. . Ican spend up to about $40. 9. A. Yes, the color is perfect 12. A, It's on Boulder Avenue. B. Not really, it’s a bit tight. B. There are many theaters in the city. ©. It could be sweeter, €. Nothing | haven't already seen. om) Part 3 Listen to the following conversation. Choose the correct answer for each question. Use your answer sheet. 13. When did the man notice the problem with 15. What does the man want the shop to do? bis purchase? A. Return his money A. When he bought it B. Repair the tent, B. Last week C. Pay for the damage C. The day after he bought it D. Exchange it for a similar model D. Last month 14, What will the shop do if the man does not have a receipt? A. Give him a replacement B. Give him a receipt C. Fix the hole D. Give him a refund LISTEN FOR PREPOSITIONS Many tests, lke the TOEIC® test, have ‘questions about the locations of objects and people in pictures. Listen carefully for prepositions of place, such as in, on, next to, and between when answering these questions. TOEC® i aregitre vader ation! Testing Sonic (ET 105 TACTICS FOR TESTING SAUER ett 1 , Testing focus: Listening for details ows )) Part 1 Look at the pictures. For each picture you will hear a question and four statements. Choose the statement that best matches the picture. ANSWER SHEET 1DOO@ DOOD »DOoOwW rODOOD 1ODOOwD 2ADOO® 3AOOO®M 4DOOD 5DOO® 106 om) Part 2 Listen to each short conversation. Choose the correct response. Use your answer sheet. 7. A. Ill go and wake him up. B, There isn’t anyone asleep. C. Iwas terrified when | was a child. D, It’s just the wind, Go back to sleep. 8. A. Can you ask him to call me back? B. Yes, we have one available. . Idon't think we can help. D. Sorry, | didn’t receive the message. 9. A. Ithink itis locked. B. It was over $200. . That's very kind of you D. Yes, I'd love to join the club. ous) Part 3 10. A. The cathedral was the best part. B. It was okay, but a bit expensive G. Yes, | think it should be a very good day. D. The transportation wasn’t very fast. 11. A. Your suitcases will need to be weighed. B. Just go through here to gate number 3. C. Okay. The shuttle bus leaves in five minutes. D. You'll have to check the luggage in 12. A. That's right. It isn’t the desk. B. Yes, here is your boarding pass. C. Please put your baggage over here. Yes, but you need to go to counter 6 2 Listen to the following short conversations and answer the questions below. Use your answer sheet. 13. Why is the man upset? ‘A. He saw a snake outside. B. Summertime is too hot for him. . There are lots of insects in the house. D. There's a small animal in the room. 14. What will the man do after this conversation? ‘A. Wait for a phone call B. Call back later C. Give his number D. Call his friend, Bryan 15. What is the woman's problem? A. The gate for her flight has changed. B. Her flight has been canceled. C. She's lost her boarding pass. D. She's missed her flight. LISTEN FOR PARAPHRASING ‘On many tests, correct answer cchoices restate information from the listening passage using different language. Only one answer is correct. Choose the answer that restates the exact information from the passage. 107 iapecnet wisp UNITS 21-24 a Testing focus: Question-focused listening oa) Part 1 108 ‘Complete the form below. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS AND/OR A NUMBER for each answer. BONNINGTON HOTEL REGISTRATION FORM. Date * 17th June Type of room —___ Number of nights °Q Special requests * Room overlooking the (3) Guest details * Name: Mrs. G. (4) __ + Home address: (5) __ + Zip code (6) Payment Method *(7)___ Choose the correct answer, A, B or C. 8, Guests who want to eat breakfast in the ‘Washington Room have to A. complete a request form. B. present their registration card. . place an order in the evening. 9. What does the receptionist say about sending e-mails? ‘A. There's a good wireless signal throughout, the hotel. B. There are PCs in the hotel bedrooms . Guests can rent a phone cable. 10. ‘What is the quickest way of getting information about the local theater? A. ask the porter B. look on teletext €. goto the theater oa) Part 2 Complete the sentences below. Write NO MORE THAN TWO WORDS for each answer. 11. Cycling to work can save employees both money and 12. In recent years, have increased in the city. 13. Regular cycling improves health and reduces 14. If more employees cycle to work, the company needs less 15. Employees can borrow a maximum of for cycling equipment. 16. Employees are allowed to buy two bikes if part of their journey is by Look at the map of the cycle routes below, Write the appropriate letter on the blank next to each question. 17. __ museum 19. ___ bus station 18. __ library 20. __ fire station PREPARE FOR THE TEST DAY Don't try to study everything the night before the test. 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