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Dead Sea Project IV

Unit 7 Lesson 1

Exercise: Grammar – Countable and uncountable nouns


Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 10:17 pm
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potato COUNTABLE
rice UNCOUNTABLE
apple COUNTABLE
pasta UNCOUNTABLE
milk UNCOUNTABLE
carrot COUNTABLE
beef UNCOUNTABLE
mushroom COUNTABLE
Exercise: Grammar – some / any
Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 10:18 pm
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We need some oil. We don't have any oil.
We have some milk. We don't need any milk.
We don't have any tomatoes. We need some tomatoes.
There aren't any apples. We need some apples.
Do we have any rice? Is there any rice?
Are there any oranges? Do we have any oranges?
Do you sell soy sauce? Do you have any soy sauce?
There isn't any flour. We need some flour.
Exercise: Grammar – some / any
Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 10:23 pm
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Example: There's some pasta in the cabinet. There isn't any pasta in the cabinet.
I bought some tomatoes in the market. I didn't buy any tomatoes in the market.
There weren't any snacks at the party. There were some snacks at the party.
There's a fly in your soup. There aren't any fly in your soup (any flies in your soup).
I didn't eat any meat yesterday. I ate some meat yesterday.
You need carrots to cook a Spanish omelette.
You don't need any carrots to cook a Spanish omelette.
We don't have any olive oil. We need to buy some.
We have some olive oil. We don't need to buy any.
We ordered some pasta at the Italian restaurant.
We didn't order any pasta at the Italian restaurant.
I didn't have any coffee for breakfast this morning.
I had some coffe for breakfast this morning (some coffee for breakfast this morning).
Exercise: Vocabulary – Food
Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 10:29 pm
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Let's have a sandwich and chips for lunch.
Would you like some apple juice?
Chicken tikka masala is an Indian dish.
People in Thailand use coconut milk to make curries.
You need bread and butter to make a sandwich.
Some people like milk in their coffee.
Tomatoes are a red fruit.
Food usually tastes better with a bit of salt and pepper on it.
Exercise: Vocabulary – Food
Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 10:33 pm
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bananas
zucchini
carrots
flour
onions
greenbeans
pasta
chicken

Unit 7 Lesson 2

Exercise: Grammar – a lot of|much|many; too much|too many


Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 10:44 pm
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How many people are there in Nigeria? about 175 million
How many days are there in August? 31
How much ice cream do Americans eat each year? about 26 gallons per person
How much is a gallon of gasoline in Venezuela? about $1.10 (about $0.01)
How many minutes are there in a year? 525,600
How much of our body is water? about 65%
How many stars are there in the Milky Way? between 100 and 400 billion
How many pages are there in your American Jetstream textbook? 120 (160)
Exercise: Grammar – a lot of|much|many; too much|too many
Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 10:46 pm
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I eat too much chocolate. I just can't stop!
I studied for the exam, but I don't remember much.
Do you eat any fruit?
We don't have a lot of gas. We need to find a gas station and get some.
I don't have much money in my wallet.
There were too many people on the beach. It was so crowded!
There aren't many students in the class.
I don't eat any meat. I'm vegetarian.
Exercise: Reading – The history of pizza (1)
Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 10:52 pm
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There are many varieties of pizza, but some people believe that the name of this dish
originates from the Greek pita (or pektos in Ancient Greek, meaning solid). The Ancient
Greeks put oils, herbs, and cheese on top of their bread.
Centuries later, the Romans created their own version of early pizza. The main
ingredients were wheat flour for the bread, and cheese, honey, and bay leaves as
seasoning.
However, the Italians took the recipe from the Greeks – not the Romans – and added
tomato as one of the main toppings. A popular legend says that baker Raffaele Esposito
made the first modern pizza in Naples in 1889. He cooked three different varieties of pizza
in honor of Queen Margherita. One of these pizzas had the colors of the Italian flag: red
(tomato), green (basil), and white (mozzarella cheese). Queen Margherita loved it. And
that is how Margherita pizza was born. Is this story fact or fiction? We don't really know.
But one thing is certain: the modern pizza was first made in Naples.
When World War II finished, American soldiers who lived in Italy during the war came
back home. They missed this dish and created a demand. As a result, many pizza
restaurants opened in the US.
Nowadays, people enjoy pizzas all over the world. They come with many types of
toppings, and their crusts can be thin or thick, as with the typical pan pizza or the
Chicago-style pizza.
Exercise: Reading – The history of pizza (2)
Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 11:03 pm
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nowadays now
crust think (the bottom and edge of the pizza)
hard the main ingredients in a pizza (meats, peppers, olives, etc.) (solid)
fiction wanted to have more of something that wasn't available (not true)
believe the bottom and edge of the pizza (think)
wheat solid (a type of cereal)
main a type of cereal (most important)
toppings most important (the main ingredients in a pizza (meats, peppers, olives, etc.))
missed not true (wanted to have more of something that wasn't available)
seasoning herbs and spices that give a lot of flavor to a dish
Exercise: Vocabulary – Food and drink
Timestamp: 2018-04-09, 11:10 pm
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CHIPS
HAMBURGER
COOKIES
CHOCOLATE
CAKE

Unit 7 Lesson 3

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A A table for two, please.
B Here you are. (B Certainly, miss. Come this way, please.)
A Can we have the menu, please?
B Are you ready to order? (B Here you are.)
A Yes, please. I want a tomato soup as an appetizer. (B Are you ready to order?)
C A tomato soup for me, too, please. (A Yes, please. I want a tomato soup as an appetizer.)
B And for the main course? (C A tomato soup for me, too, please.)
A We'd like the lamb curry and the vegetable lasagne. (B And for the main course?)
B Certainly, miss. Come this way, please. (A We'd like the lamb curry and the vegetable
lasagne.)
Exercise: Dialogue – Ordering food in a restaurant
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:38 pm
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7:30 Can we have the check, please? (A table for two, please.)
7:31 A table for two, please. (Come this way, please.)
7:32 Can we have the menu, please?
7:40 Are you ready to order?
8:45 Come this way, please. (Can we have the check, please?)
Exercise: Grammar – How often...?
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:40 pm
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Example: She eats fast food three times a month.
She eats in expensive restaurants two times a month (twice a year).
She has fruit one a month (twice a day).
She has friends for dinner two times a week (once a week).
She eats meat everidays (four times a week).
She eats fish two times a week.
She bakes a cake two times a week (once a month).
She buys food at the supermarket one a week (three times a month).
Exercise: Listening – Three national dishes (1)
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:45 pm
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Nasi goreng is a typical dish from China.
Nasi goreng is a tpical dish from Indonesia (is a typical dish from Indonesia).
People usually have nasi goreng with cucumber and boiled potatoes.
People usually have nasi goreng with cucumber and hight boiled eggs (cucumber and hard-
boiled eggs).
An Irish breakfast is ideal for a Monday or a Tuesday.
An Irish breakfast is ideal for a ssunday morning or early afternoon (for a Saturday or a
Sunday).
Irish singers needed lots of calories because they worked very hard.
Irish farmers needed lots of calories because they worked very hard.
Feijoada is a popular dish from Mexico.
Feijoada is a popular dish from Brasil (from Brazil).
The word “feijoada” comes from the Portuguese word for “meat”.
The word “feijoada” comes from the portuguese word for "been" (the Portuguese word for
“bean”).
Exercise: Listening – Three national dishes (2)
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:52 pm
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The main ingredients for nasi goreng are fried rice, chiken (chicken), prawns, fish sauce, and
lots of chilli peppers.
A typical Irish breakfast has Irish sausage, fried baken (bacon), black pudding, a fried da (egg),
a vegetable roll, baked beans, fried mushrooms, fried mush (tomatoes), brown bread, and a
cup of tea.
When you cook feijoada, you put all this ingredients (beans), pork, and beef into a big
suspend (saucepan).
Exercise: Vocabulary – Food and drink
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:53 pm
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a piece of water
a slice of milk
a can of cheese
a bowl (a carton) of cereal
a jar of soda
a cup of bread
Exercise: Vocabulary – Food and drink
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:55 pm
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a box (a carton) of juice
a glass of water
a bottle of water
a slice of bread
can (a can) of soda
a slice (a jar) of honey
a bowl of soup (of cereal)
a piece of bread (of cheese)
a cup of coffe (of coffee)
Exercise: Vocabulary – Cooking
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:59 pm
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You fry fish in a frying pan.
You roast chicken in the oven.
You serve food in a dish.
You boil potatoes to your fries. (in a saucepan.)
You chop carrots with a knife.
You add salt from a mug. (to your fries.)
You use flour and sugar to bake a cake.
You drink your coffee in a saucepan. (from a mug.)

Unit 8 Lesson 1
Deadline: 2018-05-01, 11:59 pm
34 / 54 points (62%)
Exercise: Grammar – can / can't
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:04 pm
8 / 10 points (80%)

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Stacey / play a musical instrument?
Can Stacey play a musical inistrument (Can Stacey play a musical instrument)? Yes,
she can.
Stacey / dance?
Can Stacey dance? No, she can't.
Luke / play a musical instrument?
Can Luke play a musical instrument? No, he can't.
Luke / dance?
Can Luke dance? Yes, he can.
Stacey and Luke / sing well?
Can Stacey and Luke sing well? Yes, They can (they can).
Exercise: Grammar – can / can't
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:09 pm
10 / 10 points (100%)

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“U can't touch this” – (MC Hammer)
“Can I have a kiss?” – (Kelly Clarkson)
“I can't stop loving you” – (Ray Charles)
“Can you feel the love tonight?” – (Elton John)
“Can't buy me love” – (The Beatles)
“Just can't get enough” – (Depeche Mode)
“Baby can I hold you” – (Tracy Chapman)
“Because we can” – (Bon Jovi)
“I can't dance” – (Genesis)
“We can work it out” – (The Beatles)
Exercise: Grammar – be good at / be interested in
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:13 pm
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good at He's good at speaking languages.

interested in They're good at speaking (interested in learning) languages.

good at He's good at playing piano (good at playing the piano).

good at She's good at singing (good at acting).

good at They're good at dancing.

good at He's good at playing chess.

good at They're good at cooking.

interested in They're interested in traveling around europe (interested in traveling).

Exercise: Reading – The man who ate a plane (1)


Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:19 pm
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People in France called Mr. Lotito “Monsieur Mangetout” because he had the ability to eat
… many different unusual things.
Mr. Lotito's method for eating objects was to … break big objects into small pieces.
Mr. Lotito ate a robot … after he left the hospital.
Mr. Lotito … ate nearly ten tons of metal during his life.
Exercise: Reading – The man who ate a plane (2)
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:23 pm
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Write four types of material that Mr. Lotito ate.
He ate bicycles (glass), shopping cars (metal), televisions (plastic), beds (rubber).
How long did it take Mr. Lotito to eat a plane?
It took him two years to eat a plane.
What two things did Mr. Lotito not eat?
He didn't eat bananas and boiled eggs.
How old was Mr. Lotito when he died?
He was 57 years old.
Exercise: Vocabulary – Languages
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:25 pm
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russian (Russian)
portuguese (Portuguese)
chinese (Chinese)
italian (Italian)
spanish (Spanish)
turkish (Turkish)
japanese (Japanese)
greek (Greek)
Exercise: Vocabulary – Languages
Timestamp: 2018-05-01, 11:30 pm
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T'estimo. Catalan
Ti amo. Italian
Te amo. Spanish
Eu te amo. Portuguese
Ich liebe dich. German
Ayor anosh'ni. Bulgarian (Navaho)
Obicham te. Navaho (Bulgarian)
Unit 8 Lesson 2
Exercise: Grammar – want to / would like to / need to
Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 10:29 pm
8 / 8 points (100%)

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We'd like a table for two, please. restaurant
You need to do your homework first and then you can watch TV if you want. parent and child
Would you like a window seat or an aisle seat? airport
You're late for work again. Come this way. I need to speak to you. office
I want a one-way ticket to Montreal station, please. train station
Do you want a queen or a twin room? hotel
I'd like the red shirt, please. clothing store
I need to go to the bathroom, Miss. Classroom

Exercise: Listening – Playing a game (1)


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 10:37 pm
5 / 5 points (100%)

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You need to write the name of a famous person to play this game. TRUE
Julia wrote William Shakespeare on her piece of paper. FALSE
You can't ask any questions in this game. FALSE
Julia says that the man on her piece of paper was born in Paris. FALSE
Karl says that his person has a yellow face and blue hair. TRUE

Exercise: Listening – Playing a game (2)


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 10:47 pm
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SIMONA Let's play a game. The first thing we need is paper. Do we have any?

KARL Yes, we do.

SIMONA Can I have some?

KARL Here you go.

SIMONA Thanks. Here's a piece of paper for you, Julia; another piece of paper for you, Karl;
and another

one for me. Now you need to write down the name of a famous person on your
paper.

He or she can be living or not living. You can write William Shakespeare or Rihanna,
for example.

KARL OK, I'm ready.

JULIA I'm ready, too.

SIMONA So Julia. You start. You need to describe the man or the woman but don't say the
name. We ask you questions and you answer.

KARL Is it a man or a woman?

JULIA A man. He was French.

SIMONA So he's not alive.

JULIA No, he isn't. He was born in Corsica. He liked play (playing) chess. He was a military
leader.

KARL Napoleon Bonaparte!

JULIA Well done, Karl.

KARL My turn now.

JULIA He or she?

KARL She.

SIMONA Dead or alive?


KARL Well, she's not a real person. She comes from an American cartoon on television.
She has a

yellow face and wears a green dress with a red necklace. And her hair is blue.

JULIA I have no idea.

KARL OK her husband's name is Homer.

SIMONA I know now. Marge Simpson.

KARL Correct!

Exercise: Vocabulary – Personality adjectives


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 10:50 pm
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CLEVER (talented)
TALENT (careful)
CAREFUL (clever)
DANCE (lively)
NERVOUS (nervous)

Exercise: Vocabulary – Personality adjectives


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 11:17 pm
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IT (CONFIDENT)
NERVOUS
E (CLEVER)
SERIOUS
AMBITIOUS
LIVELY
TALENTED
CAREFUL
Unit 8 Lesson 3
Deadline: 2018-05-15, 11:59 pm
40 / 48 points (83%)

Exercise: Dialogue – Asking for, giving, and refusing permission


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 11:22 pm
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A Mom, can I watch a movie on TV this evening?
B No, you haven’t finished your homework.
A Well, can I use Dad’s computer to surf the internet?
B No, he’s working on it right now.
A And can I play soccer with Dave and Joe tomorrow?
B Not until you’ve helped me with the shopping.
A Can I go out with Nadia tomorrow night?
B Yes, of course you can.
A And can I wear my new shirt?
B Yes, I’ve just washed it.
A And can I borrow the car?
B Certainly not! You crashed it last time!
A Well, can I have some money for the bus, then?

Exercise: Dialogue – Asking for, giving, and refusing permission


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 11:27 pm
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Can I wear your dress? Yes, you can, but you need to wash it.
Can I see you for a second? Why? What did I do?
Can we have the bill, please? Sure. Here you are.
Can I use your phone? I'm afraid you can't. The battery is dead.
Can I have a break now? Of course you can. See you tomorrow. (Yes, you can. But be back
at 12:30, please.)
Can I play some music? Yes, but not too loud!
Can I borrow some money? OK. How much do you need?
Can I go now? Yes, you can. But be back at 12:30, please. (Of course you can. See you
tomorrow.)

Exercise: Grammar – Adverbs of manner


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 11:34 pm
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happy (happily)

beautiful (beautifully)

bad (badly)

careful (carefully)

sad (sadly)

quick quickly

angry very (angrily)

slow slowly

good well

Exercise: Vocabulary – Parts of the face


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 11:35 pm
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hair - hair
face - face
nose - nose
mouth - mouth
chin - chin
head - head
eyebrow - eyebrow
ear - ear
eye - eye

Exercise: Vocabulary – Parts of the body


Timestamp: 2018-05-15, 11:40 pm
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head - head
neck - neck
shoulder - shoulder
arm - arm
elbow - elbow
wrist - wrist
hand - hand
finger - finger
stomach - stomach
leg - leg
foot - foot
knee - knee
ankle - ankle
toe - toe
back - back

Unit 9 Lesson 1

Exercise: Grammar – Present continuous


Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:41 pm
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work working

win winning

tell telling

write writing

live living

put putting

drink drinking

lie lyieng (lying)

travel traveling

study studying

watch watching
play playing

Exercise: Grammar – Present continuous


Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:40 pm
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He is living with his parents at the moment because he can't find a job.
She's a journalist and she is writing an article about the financial crisis in Europe now.
Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics are playing now. The Celtics is winning (are winning) by
8 points.
...and it's a penalty for United. Rooney is putting the ball on the penalty spot now ...
Sorry, I can't see you now. I am working at the office.
I can't hear you well. I am traveling on the train and the signal is bad.
A Where are you?
B I'm at home. I am drinking a coffee and I am watching a movie on TV. And you?
A I'm at home, too. I am studying for tomorrow's exam.
A Do you think the President is telling the truth?
B I don't think so. I think he is lying.
Exercise: Listening – Clothes and shoes (1)
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:44 pm
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Conversation 1 In an office (In a store)
Conversation 2 In the street
Conversation 3 In a store (In an office)
Exercise: Listening – Clothes and shoes (2)
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:46 pm
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One of the speakers wanted to buy a pair of tennis shoes. CONVERSATION 1
One of the speakers talks about boots and shoes. CONVERSATION 2
One of the speakers talks about things you can wear on different days. CONVERSATION 3
Exercise: Vocabulary – Weather
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:46 pm
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It's w a r m.
It's h o t.
It's c l o u d y.
It's r a i n i n g.
It's c o l d.
It's s u n n y.
It's w i n d y.
It's w e t.
It's s n o w i n g.
Exercise: Vocabulary – Weather
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:49 pm
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It's windy in Buenos Aires.
It's hot in Kinshasa.
It's warm (cold) in Moscow.
It's cool (snowing) in Washington, DC.

It's cloudy in Manila.


It's sunny in Canberra.
It's raining in Rabat.
Exercise: Vocabulary – Clothes
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:53 pm
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hat skirt belt shoes

flip-flops shorts shirt

jeans boots jacket

scarf gloves sweater leggings jeans (leggings)

Exercise: Vocabulary – Clothes


Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:55 pm
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You wear this on your head. baseball cap
You wear this when it’s very cold. scarf
Sometimes you need this for your jeans. belt
You wear these on your hands. gloves
You wear these on the beach. flip-flops
You wear this on top of a T-shirt. leggings (sweater)
They go well with suits. ties
You wear them on your feet. shoes
Unit 9 Lesson 2
Exercise: Grammar – State verbs
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 04:56 pm
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understand bread
see a language
hear gymnastics
taste a noise
Exercise: Grammar – Present continuous vs. present simple
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 05:05 pm
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Lucy studies very hard this month. She needs to pass her final exams.
Lucy is studying very ward this month. She needs to pass her final exams (is studying very
hard this month. She needs to pass her final exams).
Hyperpolyglots are speaking a lot of languages.
Hyperpolyglots speak a lot of languages.
He usually has a burger and fries on Fridays, but today he has lasagne.
He usually has a burger and fries on Fridays, but today he is having lasagne.
Who are you? I'm not knowing you.
Who are you? I do not know you.
I have a drink at the moment.
I am having a drink at the moment.

They're police officers, but they aren't wearing their uniforms now because they don't work.
They're police officers, but they aren't wearing their uniforms now because they aren't
working.
Teachers in Japan work very long hours, but they are often earning good salaries.
Teachers in Japan work very long hours, but they often earn good salaries.
Don't forget to take your umbrella with you. It rains.
Don't forget to take your umbrella with you. It is raining.
Exercise: Grammar – Present continuous vs. present simple
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 05:11 pm
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Hi Gavin,
How are you? I am writing (write) this short email from a cybercafé to tell you that we are
doing (do) fine here in New York. There's internet connection in the hotel, but it's expensive.
Lucy and I have (are having) (have) a great time here, but the weather's not so good. In fact,
I am looking (look) out the windows right now and it is snowing (snow)! We
usually have (have) meals at a restaurant across the road from the hotel, but today we are
going (go) to an Italian restaurant on 5th Avenue. They make (make) the best pizzas in town!
Do you work (Are you working) (work) on your new project? Don't work too hard!
See you next week.
Best,
Brian
Exercise: Grammar – State verbs
Timestamp: 2018-06-04, 05:22 pm
5 / 8 points (62%)

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A Do you know Robinson Crusoe?
B Of course I do. I love that book. I read it every summer.
A I hate this weather. I can't wait for the summer.
B Yeah. I'm tired of wearing gloves, sweaters, and jackets.
A Would you taste (like) a cold drink?
B That sounds great. A soda with ice, please.
A Here's my essay on what I did this weekend, Ms. Willis.
B Thanks, Gerard. It looks interesting.
A This soup likes (tastes) delicious.
B I know. I used fresh vegetables from the garden.
A I don't believe in marriage.
B I do. Did you know that married men live longer?
A You're not watching TV? How strange!
B Well, I broke my glasses this morning and I can't see anything without them.
A I don't undestand (understand) this word.
B Look it up in the dictionary, then.

Unit 9 Lesson 3
xercise: Dialogue – Shopping and talking about clothes
Timestamp: 2018-06-13, 06:46 pm
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A Do you need any help?
B Yes, please. I'm looking for a pair of jeans.
A Sure. The dressing room's over there. (A What size are you?)
B Thank you. Can I try them on? (B I think I'm a size 34.)
A What size are you? (A Here you are, sir. This is your size.)
B I think I'm a size 34. (B Thank you. Can I try them on?)
A Here you are, sir. This is your size. (A Sure. The dressing room's over there.)
A Are you paying by credit card or cash?
B Credit card, please.
Exercise: Dialogue – Shopping and talking about clothes
Timestamp: 2018-06-13, 06:49 pm
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Do you need any help?
Do you have this shirt in medium?
What size are you?
Can I try this shirt on?
How much are the jeans?
Where's the dressing room?
Are you paying by credit card or cash?
I'm just looking, thank you.
I'll take them.
Look at the price ticket (tag).
Exercise: Grammar – have to
Timestamp: 2018-06-13, 06:52 pm
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Example:

wear a uniform Police officers have to wear a uniform.

go to school on Sunday Children don't have to go school on sunday (don't have to go to


school on Sunday).

enjoy working with Elementary school teachers have to entjoy working with
children children (have to enjoy working with children).

serve food and drinks Pilots have to serve food and drinks on a plane (don't have to
on a plane serve food and drinks on a plane).

water the plants A gardener has to water the plants.

use a computer A journalist has to use a computer.

know how to read A nurse doesn't have to know how to read music.
music

have a driver's license Taxi drivers has to have a driver's license (have to have a driver's
license).

have a degree in A doctor has to have a degree in medicine.


medicine

Exercise: Grammar – have to


Timestamp: 2018-06-13, 06:59 pm
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It's Saturday early. I don't have to get up. (I don't have to get up early. It's Saturday.)
"Do you have to pay for my shopping bag?" "No, I don't." ("Do I have to pay for my
shopping bag?" "No, you don't.")
I have to go to at the airport at ten. now I have be. (I have to be at the airport at ten. I have to
go now.)
a "Does secretary have to use a computer?" "Yes, she does." ("Does a secretary have to
use a computer?" "Yes, she does.")
Exercise: Reading – Odd jobs (1)
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Exercise: Reading – Odd jobs (2)
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Exercise: Vocabulary – Clothes
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Exercise: Vocabulary – Clothes
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Unit 10 Lesson 1

Exercise: Grammar – going to


Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:07 pm
6 / 6 points (100%)

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Tom is going to wash the car.
Tom is going to go shopping.
Tom and Joanna aren't going to have dinner together.
Tom is going to put some gas in the car.
Tom and Joanna are going to go to the movies.
Tom isn't going to buy tickets for the Bruno Mars concert.
Exercise: Grammar – going to
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:12 pm
9 / 9 points (100%)

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A Where are you going to go (go) for your summer vacation?

B To Cabo San Lucas.

A Who are you going to travel (travel) with?

B With my girlfriend.

A And what are you going to do (do) there?

B Oh, there are lots of things to do and see there. We are going to go (go) to the beach

every day and we are going to see (see) the sights.

A Are you going to rent (rent) a car?

B Yes, we are. They aren't very expensive to rent.

A When are you going to travel (travel)?

B On August 7th.

A How long are you going to stay (stay)?


B Just one week.

A Are you going to speak (speak) Spanish there?

B No, I'm not. I don't speak it, but my girlfriend does.

A Have a great time.

B Thanks.

Exercise: Vocabulary – Health and fitness


Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:15 pm
8 / 8 points (100%)

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You always dance salsa on a mat. FALSE
If you join a gym, you can do weight lifting there. TRUE
You can climb or skip with a rope. TRUE
You can do yoga on a mat. TRUE
Both karate and Pilates are martial arts. FALSE
Exercise bikes don't move. TRUE
You always use a ball for weight lifting. FALSE
You can dive into the ocean or into the swimming pool. TRUE
Exercise: Vocabulary – Health and fitness
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:21 pm
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mirror - mirror
weights - weights
mat - mat
machine - machine
ball - ball
Unit 10 Lesson 2
Exercise: Grammar – Comparatives
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:23 pm
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Athens is hotter (hot) than Helsinki.
Sweden is larger (large) than Norway.
Iceland is colder (cold) than Jamaica.
Skiing is more dangerous (dangerous) than playing golf.
The subway is quicker (quick) than the bus.
Eating a lot of candy is worse (bad) for your health than eating a lot of fruit.
Cats are more popular (popular) pets than dogs.
Horses are more intelligent (intelligent) than cows.
Dogs can run faster (fast) than humans.
English is easier (easy) to learn than Hungarian.
Exercise: Grammar – Comparatives
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:26 pm
10 / 10 points (100%)

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Which river is longer (long)?
Which country is more populated (populated)?
Which is farther (far)?
Which animal is usually heavier (heavy)?
Which mountain is higher (high)?
Which city is more polluted (polluted)?
Who's older (old)?
Who's younger (young)?
Which is better (good) for back pain?
Which is more expensive (expensive)?
Exercise: Grammar – Comparatives
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:27 pm
10 / 10 points (100%)

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Which river is longer? the Mississippi

Which country is more populated? the Philippines

Which is further / farther? Los Angeles to New York

Which animal is usually heavier? a bull

Which mountain is higher? Mont Blanc


Which city is more polluted? Delhi

Who's older? Paul McCartney

Who's younger? Rihanna

Which is better for back pain? Pilates

Which is more expensive? platinum

Exercise: Listening – New Year's resolutions (1)


Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:30 pm
5 / 5 points (100%)

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things you want to change in your life CORRECT
a promise to yourself CORRECT
an English festival INCORRECT
a decision you make CORRECT
a new form of exercise INCORRECT
Exercise: Listening – New Year's resolutions (2)
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:30 pm
5 / 5 points (100%)

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The teacher sees the class after the winter break. TRUE
The teacher wants to be thinner. TRUE
Daniel is going to listen to English songs. FALSE
Carla made a resolution over the break. FALSE
Carla is going to ride her bike once or twice a week. FALSE
Exercise: Listening – New Year's resolutions (3)
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:31 pm
4 / 4 points (100%)

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teacher exercise more
Daniel do things in English
Carla go swimming
other people walk more
Exercise: Vocabulary – Parts of the body
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:32 pm
5 / 5 points (100%)

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Michael Jordan usually wore the number 23 on his back.
The boy ate too much candy and now his stomach hurts.
The old lady fell down and she injured her knee joint.
Weight lifting at the gym is great way to build muscle.
Big dogs usually have trouble with their spine when they get old.
Exercise: Vocabulary – Parts of the body
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:34 pm
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back foot
stomach injuries
do your muscles
in spine shape
on an energetic stomach

Unit 10 Lesson 3
Exercise: Dialogue – Giving advice
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:40 pm
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A I'm feeling really stressed at work.
B You shouldn't work too much.
A But I have so many things to do!
B Perhaps you should try yoga.
A I'm not really into yoga.
B Well , why don't you look for a new job?
A But I have a really good salary in this job.
B Perhaps you could talk to your boss.
A Yes, that's a good idea. I'll try that.
Exercise: Dialogue – Giving advice
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Exercise: Grammar – should
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Exercise: Grammar – should
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Exercise: Grammar – Review
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Exercise: Reading – Three tips for a healthier life (1)
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:41 pm
3 / 3 points (100%)

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Move around more – sit less
Use the stairs at home or at work, not the elevator. Walking is a great form of exercise. Did you
know that people who walk their dogs for 20 minutes a day five times a week can lose 15
pounds in one year? There's a lot of exercise that you can do at home, too. Buy a mat and try
yoga. It helps you feel and sleep better. Go online and look for videos on exercising at home
that you can do on your mat.
Change the way you eat in restaurants
Studies show that if you drink a full glass of water before a meal or if you start your meal with
soup, you eat less. Water makes you feel full and helps with digestion. Leave one third of your
main course and ask the waiter or waitress to put it in a box for you so you can have it next day.
Have a glass of fresh orange juice for dessert. A side salad or boiled potatoes are healthier than
fries.
Think about things, not results
Instead of saying “I want to be slimmer,” tell yourself “I'm going to go jogging twice a week.” You
can also write one goal on a piece of paper just before you go to bed and put it next to your
pillow. For example, write “Tomorrow I'm going to eat three pieces of fruit” so you can read it
when you wake up in the morning.
Exercise: Reading – Three tips for a healthier life (2)
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 07:46 pm
5 / 5 points (100%)

Details:
You can't exercise at home. FALSE
Yoga helps you sleep well. TRUE
Only eat one-third of your meal when you go to a restaurant. FALSE
Water makes you hungry. FALSE
Telling yourself “I'm going to go jogging once a week” is betterthan saying “I want to be
slimmer.” TRUE
Exercise: Vocabulary – Parts of the body
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 08:01 pm
7 / 10 points (70%)

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ARM
HAND
ANKLE
TOE
LUNGS
HIP
LEG
KNEE
ELBOW
SPINE
Exercise: Vocabulary – Parts of the body
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 09:20 pm
8 / 8 points (100%)

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shoulder
heart
muscles
finger
neck
brain
foot
wrist
Exercise: Vocabulary – Adjectives
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 09:27 pm
36 / 36 points (100%)

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I love these shoes. They're so c o m f o r t a b l e .
He exercises every day. He's very f i t .
Bobotie is a very p o p u l a r South African dish.
Some people want a c o m p l e t e ban on smoking in public.
Women are usually more f l e x i b l e than men.
Turtles aren't very a c t i v e animals.
Nuts and grains are very h e a l t h y foods.
A visit to Madame Tussauds wax museum should be i n t e r e s t i n g .
Exercise: Vocabulary – Adjectives
Timestamp: 2018-06-10, 09:39 pm
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Drinking too much soda is a very unhealthy habit.
She was very unpupular (unpopular) in her first year of high school, but everyone loves her
now.
I'm sorry I can't give you full points for this answer. It's imcomplete (incomplete).
He's a very strict and inflexible teacher. He won't give you any extra time for the class projects.
It was such an boring (uninteresting) movie that I fell asleep.
I need to start exercising soon. I'm very unfit.
This chat room is (inactive). No one is saying anything. I think I'm going to leave it.
The seats on this bus are very uncomfortable. I think I'm going to travel by train next time.

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