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Teacher's Book

Jack C. Richards
with Grant Trew

Testing Program & Resource CD-ROM features


Midterm and Final exams in the style of:
. the TOEIC@ test
. Additional country-specifi c tests
Conversation Worksheets for additional
speaking practice

TOEIC@ is o registered trodemork of Educotionol Testing Service (ETS).


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Contents

HowtoTeachaTacticsUnit.. ......iv
Unitl lntroductionsandNames .....2
Unit2 DescribingPeople .....3
Unitg Clothes ...... .4
Unit4 Routines ......5
Unit5 Dates. .......6
Unit6 Jobs.. .......7
UnitT Favorites ......8
Unit8 SportsandExercise.... .....9
Unit9locations ....10
UnitlO TheFamily ... 11
Unitll Entertainment. ....'12
Unitl2 Prices ...... 13

Unitl4SmallTalk ...15
Unitl5 Vacations ... 16
Unit 15 Apartment Living .. . '17
Unitl7 HopesandPlans..;.. .... 18
Unitl8TheWeather... ...19
Unitl9 Shopping ...20
Unit 20 Describing Things ... 2"1

Unit2l Directions ...22


Unit22PeopleWeKnow ...... ....23
Unit23 Places ......24
Unit24 Health .....25
Tactics for Testing Notes and Answer Key . . . . 26

VocabularyWorksheets ... .. 30

TacticsforTestingAudioscript ......76

Contents llr
How to teach a Tactics for Listening unit
Ask students to predict what they might hear based on the
Unit-opening Activities description in the direction line.
Vocabulary Worksheet Read the rest of the directions aloud. They indicate what
Use ttre Vocabulary Worksheet at the back of this Teache/s Book students should listen for. Make sure that students focus on
to pre-teach *re unitt vocabulary The Vocabulary Worksheet can listening for the answer to this question.
be done in class or as homework before the start of a new unit. Play the first item in the audio passage. Make sure trat
students understand why the answer is correcl

Getting Ready Play the rest of the audio passage and have students
complete the activity.
The purpose of this activity is to introduce the unit topic,
pre-teach vocabulary, and activate students' prior knowledge. Check students' answers. Replay the audio, pausing at
appropriate points to show where the answers are given-
. Focus students' attention on the title of the unit. If the
term or phrase is unfamiliar to students, teach it to them.
. Pre-teach unfamiliar terms or phrases from the activity. Task 2
. Read directions to the students. If necessary, complete the The purpose of this activity is to listen to short audio j
first item to model the activity. passages, focusing on listening for specific details. j
. Have students complete the activity either individually, in . Explain to students that they will listen to the same audio I
pairs, or in small groups. passage that they listened to in Listenin g 2 Task 7.
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. Check students' answers, correcting and explaining mistakes. . Read the activity directions. Make sure that students I
understand what piece of information they should listen I
for. Play the first item in the audio passage. Make sute that I
Listening 1 students understand why the answer is correct. I
The purpose of this activity is to listen to short audio passages, . Play the rest of the audio passage for the students and d
focusing on listening for general context, gist, or mainidea. have them complete the activity.
. I
IJse the vocabulary list to pre-teach any unfamiliar words . Check students' answers. Replay the audio, pausing at I
or phrases. appropiate points to show where the answers are given-
. Read the first sentence of the directions aloud. The sentence

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describes the general context of the listening passage.
Ask students to predict what they might hear based on the
. description in the directions.
Read the rest of the directions aloud. They indicate what
students should listen for. Make sure students focus on
,T:lT'"" audio
The purpose of this activity is to listen to short
gist,
passages, focusing on listening for general context,
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listening for the answer to ttris question. or main idea.
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. Play the first item in the audio passage. Make sure that . IJse the vocabulary list to pre-teach any unfamiliar words I
students understand why the answer is correct. or phrases to students. t
. Play *re rest of the audio passage and have students . Read the first sentence of the directions to the class. I
complete the activity. describes genetal context of the listening
. Check students' answers. Replay the audio, pausing at ;[j;f*" I
appropriate points to show where the answers are given. . Ask students to predict what they might hear based on the I
description in the direction line.
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. Read the rest of the directions to ttre class. They indicate I
Listening 2 what students should listen for. Make sure students focus I
Task 1 on listening for the answer to this question. I
The purpose of *ris activity is to listen to short audio passages, . Play the first item in the audio passage. Make sure that I
focusing on listening for general context, gist, or main idea. students understaad why the answer is correct' I
. IJse the vocabulary list to pre-teach any unfamiliar words . Play the rest of ttre audio passage and have students I
or phrases to students. complete the activity. I
. Read the first sentence of ttre directions aloud. The sentence . Check the students' answers. Replay the audio, pausing at I
describes ttre general context of the listening passage. appropiate points to show where ttre answers are given.
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tv How to teach a Tactics for Listening unit I
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Task 2 ability. If *re students lack the language skills to create al
effective summary, ask questions to help them identify key
The purpose of this activity is to listen to short audio
details from the conversation.
passages, focusing on listening for specific details.
. Play the audio passage. Instruct students to listen to the
Explain to students ttrat they will listen to the same audio
complete conversation without filling in the dictation
passage *rat they listened to in Listening 3 Task 1.
blanks.
. Read the directions. Make sure that students understand
Discuss the conversation with the students again, asking
what piece of information they should listen for. Play the
them to revise their previous summaries to include any
first item in the audio passage. Make sure that students
new information they have heard.
understand why the answer is correct.
Replay the conversation. Pause after each line to give
. Play the rest of the audio passage for the students and
students an opportunity to fill in arry blanks. If necessary
have them complete the activity. Check the students'
replay lines until students have successfully filled in the
answers. Replay the audio, pausing at apptopiate points to
blanks. Check the students' answers.
show where the answers are given.

Task 2
Pronunciation . Replay the audio passage Pause after eaqh line and ask
The purpose of this activity is to familiarize students with the
students to repeat it as a class. Focus ttreir attention on
intonations, stress patterns, and reductions commonly used by
correctly replicating the pronunciation point.
native speakers of English, and to improve students' listening
comprehension skills.
. f{ave students practice the conversation in pairs. Circulate
ttrrough the class to monitor students' pronunciation.
. After sfiidents have completed the conversation, have them
Task 1 switch roles and practice it again.
o Preview the pronunciation models with the students.
. Play the audio ffack, focusing the students' attention on
the pronunciation point.
Conversation
The purpose of this activity is to practice the vocabulary
. Replay the audio, pausing after each pronunciation example
andlatgtage models students have learned in the unit in an
to allow students to repeat it. Repeat this procedure until
open conversation.
students carr acsJrately reproduce each example.
r Set ttre context for the students by discussing directions
with them. Elicit words or phrases ttrat may be useful in
Task 2 the activity and write them on the board.

Task 2 can either be a discrete listening activity or a pair


. Model a sample conversation for the students using the
work activity. words and phrases on the board.
. If Task 2 is a discrete listening activity, play the audio . Place students in pairs and have them complete ttre
for *re students. Have students focus on distinguishing activity. Circulate through the class monitoring ttre
between sounds as directed in the activity. Check the students' conversations and providing assistance as needed.
students' answers and replay the audio until all students
can correctly distinguish between sounds.
. If Task 2 is a pair work acflvity, place the students
Unit Closing Activities
in pairs and have them practice the pronunciation Conversation Worksheets
examples in Task 1. Write other sentences focusing on The Testing Program & Resource CD-Rom contains a
the pronunciation point on the board and have students Conversation Worksheet for each unit of ttre Student Book.
pracltce these as well. These worksheets provide an additional opporrunity for
students to practice using the langaage they have encountered
in the unit.
Dictation
The purpose of ttris activity is for students to improve their
discrete listening skills and reinforce their understanding of Unit Quizzes
the pronunciation point through focused dictation practice. The Testing Program & Resource CD-Rom contains a Unit
Quiz for each unit of the Student Book. The Unit Quiz
assesses students' ability to listen for both gist and details, as
Task 1 well as their understanding of the vocabulary andlangrage
. Pretead the dictation activity with the students. Ask the presented in the unit.
students to summarize the conversation to *re best of their

How to teach a Tactics for Listening unit


Unit 1 lntroductions and Names
Page 2 Task 2 . When is it appropriate to use a
first name?
Getting Ready . Do young people ever call adults byt
Skill: Listening and making predictions
first names?
Vocabulary
email address phone number
Poge 5

Pronunciation
0ptional Activity CD l,Track5

Put the students into pairs. Have the This pronunciation lesson focuses -oa
students listen to the recording again linked sounds in words. The objective
of this lesson is to increase students'
Listening 1 and write a question and an answer
awareness of the linked sounds in
CD 1, Track 2 about two of the conversations. When
everybody is finished, have each pair everyday English and improve listmiry
read their questions aloud for another comprehension skills.
Vocabulary
pair to answer.
give (someone) a call
How do you spell that? Dictation
It's nice to meet you. Poge 4 CD l,Track6

weekend Listening 3 Task 1


yep CD l,Track4

Skill: Listening for details Vocabulary


accounting gym
department university
forgotten wait a minute

Conversation
Task 1
Elicit introductory phrases students
Page 3 have heard in Listening 7, 2, and 3.
Skill: Listening for names
Write the phrases on the board. Model
Listening 2 an instruction using each phrase and an
CD l,Track 3
appropriate response.
Ask students to introduce themselves
Vocabulary
to three or four of their classmates.
assignment register Students may use the sample language
checking in reservation Task 2 on the board for support.
get together semester
pretty good Skill: listening and making predi(ions

Task 1

0ptional Activity
Put the students into small groups and
discuss how names are used in their
cultures. Ask students to consider the
following questions:

Unit 1
Untt2 Describing People

tuge6 Page 7
Task 1
Getting Ready Listening 2
CD 1, Track 8 Skill: listening for details
tlocabulary
age short Vocabulary
almost shoulder-length about average cousin
blond straight actress glasses

curly tal1 boyfriend pretry (adv)


Task 2
dark (hair) teens
height
Task 1
thirties Skill: listening for gist
light brown (hair) tvventies Skill: listening for gist
long

Page 9
Task 2
Pronunciation
Skill: Listening for details CD l,Track l0
In this pronunciation lesson, the focus is
on rising intoaation in yes/no questions
and falling intonation in their answers.
The objective of this lesson is to
Listening 1 fanirarize students with these changes
CD l,Track 7 in intonation, improving listening
0ptional Activity comprehension and speaking skills.
Vocabulary Put students into pairs. Ask them to
look about (17 years old) take turns talking about the pictures that

rock band
weren't described in the tapescript - 7b, Dictation
2b,3b, and 4b. When finished, elicit a CD 1, Track 'l 1

wear it short/long description of each picture and write


any new vocabulary on the board. Task 1
Skill: Listening for topics

Page 8

Listening 3
CD 1,Track9

Vocabulary
dark brown drive (someone) crazy Conversation
0ptional Activity
kid (child) lost Wnte Age, Heigltt, Hair, and Appearance
Put the students into pairs. Ilave one
person in each pair describe one of the on the board. Elicit descriptive words
people in the pictures on page 6 while and phrases from students and write
the other student tries to guess who is them under the appropriate heading.
being described. Tell the students to take Choose a student and model describing
turns guessing. him/her using ttre terms on the board.
Put the students in pairs and have them
Note: Ifyou wish, you cant use magazine
complete the activity. Students may use
pictures instead of the pictures in the
the sample language on the board for
Student Book.
support.

Unit 2 3
Unit 3 Clothes
Poge 10 Poge 1 1
Task 2
Getting Ready Listening 2
CD l,Track 13
Skil!: Listening for details
Vocabulary
blouse shirt Vocabulary

dress shorts comfortable tight ti:i::iiialrit


glasses shoulder bag fit (v) too

hat skirt short try on (clothes)


Optional Activity
jacket sneakers Divide the class into four groups'End
Task 1
have them look at the pictures. Have eact
jeans suit
group choose one person andpreparc
pants tie
a description of him or her. When
sandals T-shirt everyone is finished, have each group
scarf windbreaker describe their person to another group

Page 13

Task 2 Pronunciation
CD 1, Track 1 5

The focus of this pronunciation lesson


is the sound at the end of plural
nouns. The objective of this lesson is
to familiarize students with different
plural sounds, improving listening
Listening 1
comprehension and speaking skills.
CD 1, Track 1 2

Vocabulary Page 12 Task 2


body builder reddish-blond Listening 3 CD l,Track 16

long (dress) tight CD l,Track 14

muscles
Vocabulary
boots necklace
earrings ring

Task 1 Dictation
CD 1, Track 1 7

Skill: listening for details

0ptional Activity
Put the students into pairs. Have one
person in each pair describe a person in
the picture while the other student tries
Conversation
to guess who is being described. Tell the Elicit clothing words and adjectives used
students to take turns guessing. to describe clothing from the students and
Note: If you wish, you can use magazine
write these terms on the board. Choose
a student and describe his/her clothes
pictures instead of the picture in the
using the terms on the board. Put the
Student Boob.
students in pairs and have them complete
ttre activitlz Students may use the sample
language on the board for support.

4 Unit 3
Unit 4 Routines
Poge 14 Poge 1 5
Task 2
Getting Ready Listening 2
CD 1, Track 1 9 Skill: Listening for details
Vocabulary
five past ten twenty to two Vocabulary
ten after ten a morning person it depends
2. True, False, False
a night person night shift
Task 1 fall asleep stay up late
get sp
Poge 17

:2i:re,llu Task 1
Pronunciation
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CD l,Track21
:c.,d:,:: Skill: Listening for numbers
'8;i:hrii The focus of this pronunciation lesson is
syllable stress in numbers, The objective of
this lesson is to help students differentiate
,]' :],i:,1 ;:,5i00;r&!0::,r
Task 2 'rr,:,r,ri:rt.,3;i:tS.30;:r3i00:,:r: between numbers and improve their
listening comprehension skills.
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Task 2
Task 2
CD 1, Track 22
reven :fOrry:five;,,atQu!.rt€j' to,elght
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4. ten fifteen, a quarter after ten Skill: Listening for details

Listening 1
CD l,Track 18

Vocabulary
Poge 16
Dictation
a qlrarte'l" to (four) CD 1,Track23

Do you have the time? Listening 3


New Year
CD l,Track 20 Task 1

What's the time? Vocabulary

Skill: Listening for times


cereal subway 2!.:,Fite,:fif.ty
chat(v) text (v) *,,',"ififtr .

hang out video games


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newspaper
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Task 1
Conversation
0ptional Activity Skill: Listening for details Elicit daily activities from the students
and write them on the board. Also
Put the students in pairs and have them
write the transitions First, Then, After
look at the pictures of the watches at
that, Later on, and Finally on the board.
the top of the page. Ilave one student
Model describing your daily routine
in each pair point to apictare and
using the activities and transitions on
askWhat time is it? The other student
the board. Put the students in pairs
gives the answer. Have the students
and have them complete the activity
switch roles.
Students may use the sample language
on the board for support.

Unit 4
Unit 5 Dates
Page 18 Page 19 Task 2
Getting Ready Listening 2 Skill: Listening for details
CD 1, Track 25

Vocabulary
fifteenth sixteenth Vocabulary
airport dental
fifth sixth
Are you free? appointment
first tenth
leave from
third book (a flight)
fourteenth
confirm Let me know. Page 21
fourth thirteenth
second thirty-first
Task 1
Pronunciation
CD 1,frack27

Skill: Listening for dates and times The focus of this pronunciation lessm
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is pronunciation of ordinal numbels
r.,:,,i:r:rr.El,i:b::,.,,r.i:.il:r'].'.rr:i:-sa,:i
The objective of this lesson is to help
students differentiate between ordinal
numbers and improve ttreir listening
Listening 1 comprehension skills.
CD l,Track 24
Task 2
Vocabulary CD 1,Track28
arrive vacation

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leave When did you get here? Task 2
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Skill: Listening for dates
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Skill: Listening for details
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r... .,,.4.',Fa'lse r5:-lTiue 6,::rFebe,:i CD 1,Track29
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Page 20 Task 1

Listening 3
CD 1,Track26
0ptional Activity !;-AUgust:161.
the students to write down an 3:,.22S",i'''::,i,'.,:.'
Te1l Vocabulary
5.: 22$,:i'.'j:,',,.,,,,'l,
imaginary arrival and depatture date a month ago next month
of their own. Then have them move
barbecue study
around the classroom, asking each
this month
other about aruival and deparbxe dates. exams
Conversation
If the students are away from homq family party Elicit the months of the year and write
these dates could be the actual dates of
in two months them on the board. Wrjte When is
their arrival and departvre. your birthday? a.nd When is your father's
answers 'Write
Task 1 birthday? on the board.
to these questions on the board as well.
Skill: Listening for gist Model the questions and answers for
the students. Put the students in pairs
and have them comPlete the activiry
Students may use the sample latguage
on the board for suPPort.

6 Unit 5
Unit 6 Jobs
hqe22 Task 1 Poge 25

Getting Ready Pronunciation


Skill: listening for gist CD 1, Track 33
hobulary This pronunciation lesson focuses on
businessperson flight attendant syllable stress in jobs. The objective
chef nurse of this lesson is to help students hear
syllable stress in jobs and improve their
onstruction worker taxi driver
listening comprehension skills.

Task 1
Task 2
CD l,Track 34

A.3 it.
E"6
Task 2 Z. eleAfciah t,r,,r,rl,,.

4, doctor ',,'
Task 2 Skill: Listening for details 6 architeci "

., t' I: e Lf 3.b 4't'h, Dictation


5-9 6.c 7.a &'d CD 1, Track 35

Task 1
Listening 1
Poge 24
CD l,Track 30

Listening 3
Vocabulary CDl,Track32
acting salesperson
nursing sell Vocabulary
office worker be on (one's) feet perfect
ffavel
be sick of (something) the money
outside uniform
boss (salary) Conversation
receptionist Ask students to name things that
distance tips
make a job a good one. If students
Skill: Listening for gist tiring
kids have trouble thinking of ideas, offer
long hours well-paid suggestions such as good salary, short
hours, interesting, and opltortunity for
l.a 2.b 3.b
Task 1 travel. Explain the phrase dream job to
4.a 5.a 6.b
the students and model a description of
Skill: Listening for attitudes your dream job using the terms on the
Page 23 board. Put the students in pairs and have
them complete the activity Students
listening 2 may use the sample language on the
CD 1,Track31
board for support.

Vocabulary
bookstore my first week Task 2
find a job not anymore
gradtated Skill: Listening for key words
still
just started What are you doing
lawyer now?

Unit 6
UnttT Favorites
Poge 26 Task 2 everybody is finished, have each pair
read thefu questions aloud for another
Getting Ready pair to answer.
Skill: Listening for details
Vocabulary Page 29
actor sports team
athlete store
Pronunciation
CD 1, Track 39
movie TV show
This pronunciation lesson focuses
radio station video game on intonation of Wh- questions. The
restaurant website 0ptional Activity objecflve of this lesson is to increase
students' awareness of question"
singer Have students work in small groups and
intonation in everyday English and
answer the following questions:
improve listening comprehension skills
o Which of the websites in the
listening would you like best? Why?
. What is your favorite website in each Dictation
of the categories listed in the column CD 1,Track40
Listening 1 on the right? Why?
CD l,Track 36
Task 1

Vocabulary Poge 28
awesome score a goal
Listening 3
beautiful voice sneak CD 1, Track 38
finals take a break
incredible talk show Vocabulary
professional career You're kidding! celebrities restaurant
Good luck! store
Skill: Listening for gist
popular 0ptional Activity
Put students in pairs. Have them
Task 1 practice the dictation conversation again,
this time talking about one of their own
favorite TV shows.

Poge 27
Conversation
Listening 2 . Write TV shows, websites, movies,
CD l,Track 37 radio rtations, singers, actors and
athletes on the board. Elicit two or
Task 2
Vocabulary three examples of each category
gossip selection from students and write them under
Skill: Listening for details
the appropriate heading. Model the
mall stay in touch
activity by telling students about your
post a video website favorite person or thing in one of
the categories. Then put the students
Task 1
in pairs and have them complete the
activity. Students may use the sample
Skill: Listening for topi(s 0ptional Activity language on the board for support.
Put the students into pairs. Have the
students listen to the recording again
and write a question and an answer
about two of the news stories. When

8 Unit 7
Unit I Sports and Exercise

Poge 30
Task 2
Getting Ready l',,$g,.she hates sPons.
.l.,,a 'eie4i day afterwork Skill: listening for details
Yocabulary :,r,,::4, :Thr€e,times a fdreek,
(play) baseball go to a gym 4. About 20 mihs.
;;, ,:. 5;,619; iqyql,hit,firsttl*te.,,
(play) basketball ride a bike 6. about fqrr times a week.
.:ri.a.--
,

(play) golf run


ftrlay) soccer ski
ftrlay) tennis swim Page 31 Page 33

@lay) vo1leyball windsurf Listening 2 Pronunciation


CD 1,frack42 CD 1,Track44

This proounciation lesson focuses on


Vocabulary word stress in sentences. The objective
Let's see. work out of this lesson is to familiarize students
not rea1ly
with word stress patterns in everyday
English and improve their listening
comprehension skills.
Task 1
listening 1 Task 2
CD 1,Track41 Skill: Listening for gist
CD 1,Track45

Uocabulary
favorite pool
4"b 5.c 6c
fries skiing

Skill: Listening for gist Task 2

Skill: Listening and making predidions

Dictation
CD l,Track46
Optional Activity
Write the following questions on Task 1
the board:
1. Does Rita like sports? Poge 32

2. How often does Curtis play tennis? Listening 3


3. How many times a week does Robert CD 1,Track43
go swimming?
4. How many miles does Jon ride his Vocahulary
bicycle each weekend? can't stand energeUc

5. Does the rnan go skiing often? chess soccer fan Conversation


6. Hout ofien does Joe walk, to McDonald\? during the week sports club Write Sports I play and Sports I watch
on the board. Write one sport under
Play the rccording again, stopping
Task 1 each heading. Model the activity by
after each conversation so the students
explaining why you like each sport,
can write the answers to the questions
Skill: Listening for frequency writing any key words or phrases on the
on a piece of paper. Elicit the correct
board. Put the students in pairs and have
responses and write them on the board.
them complete the activity. Students
Tell the students it's okay if their
may use the sample language on the
answers do not exactly match the ones
board for support.
on the board.

Unit 8
Unit 9 Locations
Poge 34 Page 35 Task 2
Getting Ready listening 2
CD 2,Track 3 Skill: Listening for details
Vocabulary
bed next to Vocabulary
bedside on top of across from magazine rack

behind plant against the wall on the rightlleft

table coffee table plant stand


between
bookcase window cofner to the righVleft Poge 37
dinner table
computer Pronunciation
CD 2,Track 5
Task 1 Task 1
This pronunciation lesson focuses on
contracted negative verb phrases. The
objective is to familiarize students wift
how contracted verbs sound in eve4rda5l
English and improve their listening'
comprehension skills.
Task 2
Task 2

Task 2

Skill: Listening and making predidions

,i:i:.,,,;i: C.i:it:t.::ar:1i:]i'i3;
3.l,i:il.
,:l.l$;
&t;rii3i tSit; Dictation
CD2,frackT

Listening 1
CD 2, Track 2 Poge 36 Task 1

Vocabulary
Listening 3
CD 2, Track 4
cushions tennis racket I. doesnlg:,rr,
remote control Vocabulary 3. it ii ::r,l].i.,trt:tri

batlery doorknob
belt drawer
bookshelf empty
Conversation
bottom hang
Elicit prepositions of place from the
case hook sflidents and write them on the board.
dictionary remind Model each preposition of place by using
0ptional Activity it to describe one object in *te classroom.
Put the students into pairs. Have them Task 1 Have students name objects they see in
look at the incorrect pictures and ttre classroom and write them on the
describe them using prepositions of Skill: listening for details board. Model the activity by describing
place. While one student describes a the location of an object in the classroom
picture, the other tries to guess which to the students. Have the students guess
one it is. Have the students take turns the object. Put the students in pairs
describing and guessing. and have them complete the activity
Students may use the sample language
on the board for support.

10 Unit 9

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f*
Unit 10 The Family
Task 1 Task 2
Getting Ready
Skill: listening for details Skill: listening for details
Hulary
IEt nephew
firrsitt niece
gradparents uncle
3:cd-grandfather 0ptional Activity
Task 2 Anange the students into groups of
l. aunt four or five people. Have them ask one
"e Skill: listening for details another which family member they're
most similar to. When finished, find out
L;g.
,:".7. which family member most students
chose.

Poge4l
Ustening 1
(D 2, Track 8 0ptional Activity Pronunciation
Tell students to look at their completed CD 2, Track I 1

Uocabulary charts for Task 1. Have each student This pronunciation lesson focuses on
in the middle oldest secretly choose one of the names as do, does, and are. The objective is for
his or her "secret identity" Then have students to learn to recognize these
bok like on the right/
students stand up and minglg asking redvced verbs and improve their
(somebody) left
each other about their families and listening comprehension skills.
looks young for (60) twins answering using the information
older in the chart. Have students continue
Slill: listening for gist
asking and answering until they Dictation
have guessed the identities of three of CD2,Track12
their classmates.
Task 1
Poge 40

Listening 3
CD 2, Track 1 0
Optional Activity
f'ut the students into groups. Each Vocabulary
student should pretend to be one pe$on be really into (something) hbrary
ia one of the pictures. He or she then
describes his or her "family" to the
bird watching paffots Conversation
others in the group, and the group cage software Ask the students to scan the dictation
guesses which picture is being described. countryside wild activity for questions about family and
free time write their responses on the board. Elicit
Page 39 additional questions about family from
Task the students and write them on the
Listening 2 1
board. Model the activity by using the
CD 2, Track 9
questions on the board to describe your
Skills: Listening for similarities
own family. Put the students in pairs
Vocabulary and have them complete the activity.
boss (someone) around wish Students may use the sample langtrage
just youngest on the board for support.
only child

Unit 10 11
Unit 11 Entertainment
Page42 Task 2
Getting Ready
Skill: Listening for details
Vocabulary
computer games gym
eat out park
exercise rollerblading
go dancing Page43
Poge 45
Listening 2 Pronunciation
CD 2,Track]4
CD 2, Track 1 6

The focus of this pronunciation lesson


Vocabulary
is the reduction of can and cun't in
fine with me Some other time,
everyday English. The objective is
Listening 1
free maybe.
to help students distinguish between
CD 2, Track I 3
I'd love to, but... Sure. these sounds and improve listening
comprehension.
Vocabulary
action (movie) sand
Task 1
Task 2
ride
Skill: Listening for details CD2,Tack17

Skill: Listening for gist

Task 2
Optional Activity
Dictation
CD 2,Track 18
Write the following questions on
ttre board. Task 1
1. What did the speaker\ friend say about
the mwie?
2. What will the weather be like on
r.Torsi::;.-.
Saturday? Poge 44 e eat;iiltx
3. Whqt time is the game? rs;.Y11!*
4. Who will they go rollerblading with?
Listening 3
CD 2, Track 1 5
5. When will they go shopping?
6. Where will they ride to? Vocabulary Conversation
-Wrjte
Play the recording again, stopping after appointment see a movie Wbekend Actittities on the board.
each conversation so the students can Elicit activities the students enjoy and
downtown sounds great
write the answers to the questions on a write them on the board. Elicit phrases
go for coffee used in invitations, accepting invitations,
piece of paper. Elicit the correct answers
and write them on the board. Tell the and refusing invitations and write them
Task 1
on the board. Model the activity using the
students that it's okay if their answers do
not exactly match ttre ones on the board. language on the board. Put the students
Skill: listening for acceptances in pairs and have them complete the
and refusals activity. Students may use the sample
language on the board for support.

12 Unit 11

I''I
Unit 12 Prices
Task 1 Task 2
Getting Ready
Skill: Listening for numbers Skill: Listening for details
tobulary
(r parr of) sneakers laptop
I'VD movie ticket
digital camera newspapef

0ptional Activity
Arrange the students in six groups dnd
have them look at the completed chart
for Listening 3 Task tr. Assign each
Task 2 group one of the categories (cars, rents,
Listening clothes, etc.) and have them discuss
@2,Track l9 Skill: listening for details whether those things are cheaper or
more expensive in their countries tlran
Iocabulary
in the U.S. When everyone is finished.
emgra on sale have eaih group share their conclusions
earrings shoes 2. DVD, batteries with another group.
rri.r,i,:i.3; inewspapers. magazines
Fll take (something) try (something)
on Page 49
just looking :'5; chocolrtes, cookies

Sftill: Listening for details


6. magazines, book Pronunciation
CD2,frack22

Page48 This pronunciation lesson focuses on


syllable stress in large numbers. The
Listening 3 objective of this lesson is to familiarize
CD 2,Track 2l students wittr *re stress patterns and
rhythms of large numbers and improve
Vocabulary listening comprehension skills.
0ptional Activity afford public schools
Tell the students to listen again and clinic reasonable
write down how the speakers say they (price)
Dictation
hospital CD2,Track23
want to or do not wadt to buy an item.
keep the price down rent (v.)
Play each conversation again. Elicit the
answers and write them on the board. neighborhood rich Task 1
own tuition
population twice that
(amount)
private schools

Task 1

Skill: Listening for comparisons


Conversation
Draw a pie chart on the board with
Poge 47 the following categories: Food, Rmt,
Tran sp ortation, Ent ertainment, Shopping.
Listening 2 Fill in the pie chart with your monthly
CD 2,Track 20
spending for each category. Model the
activity for the class using the pie chart.
Vocabulary
Ask students to create their own pie
altogether That's (total) charts and complete the activity
change two for (a dollar)
That comes to (total)
Unit 12 13
Unit 13 Restaurants
Page 50 Poge 51

Getting Ready Listening 2


CD 2, Track 25
Vocabulary
appettzer ice cream Vocabulary
apple pie juice cola frozen

broccoli main dish delicious ice cream

cake peas dry send (food) back

carrots salad fresh slices (of pizza) Task 2


chicken shrimp cocktail fried starving
Skills: Listening for details
coffee soup
Task 1
desserts steak
drinks tea
fish vegetables

Page 53

Pronunciation
CD2,frack27
Task 2
The focus of this pronunciation lesson
is contractions wasn't and weren't.T\e
objective of the lesson is to familiarize
students with everyday speech and
improve listening comprehension skills
listening 1
CD2,frack24
Dictation
Vocabulary CD2,frack28
Poge 52
cheesecake soda
spaghetti Listening 3 Task 1
fries
CD2,Track26
grilled special
iced tea spicy
Vocabulary
order (v.) stir-firy awful salty
roast chicken chocolate mousse seafood
creamy steamed vegetables
egg rolls tasty Conversation
oily tough Write Appetizers, Main dishes, Vegetables,
Desserts, and Dhnks on the board.
Task 1 Elicit foods from each category and
write them on the board. Point to
different words on the board and elicit
descriptions of them, e.9., French fries
write them on the board.
are salty. and
Model the activity using the words on
the board. Put the students in pairs
and have them complete the activity.
Students may use the sample latguage
on the board for support.

14 Unit 13

t;
Lr...
Unit 14 SmallTalk
@e54 Optional Activity Task 2
Getting Ready Play the recording again, stopping af\er
each monologue. Have the students Skill: listening for details
Uocabulary suggest appropriate responses to each
greeting or conversation ending.
end a conversation It's been great
geet seeing you
Page 55
again.
Hope to see you
3gein 5oqn. It's been nice Listening 2
talking to you. CD 2,Track 30 Page 57
How have you
been? Keep in touch.
Vocabulary
Pronunciation
How's everything? Nice to see you CD 2,Track 32
again. guests trip (n.)
The focus of this proirunciation lesson
I haven't seen you
for a long time. Talk to you later. bad
not too work late is reductions of Wh- questions. The
objective of the lesson is to familiarize
Task 1 studens with these cofllmon reductions
in everyday speech and improve
Skill: l-istening for topics listening comprehension skills.

::i:rr:l;l:,'ii,:::it:i:a:l:l:ll;l:rib, i,,ll:
t1:,.11.t:lli.1i11..rl,t,:1 Dictation
,:,,..,3;r ti, i.:.1r.'l:,:1',,]
;i6:ilib":'ii.ti CD 2,Track 33

Task 2 Task 1

Skill: listening for details

Listening 1
CD2,Track29

Vocabulary Conversation
Poge 56 Write Greetings on the board and
get together look at the time
Listening 3 elicit phrases that can be used to greet
got to run these days
someone you haven't seen in a long
CD 2, Track 31
in ages time. Write students' responses on the
board. Then write Topics for small talk
Skill: Listening for greetings and Vocabulary
on the board and elicit topic ideas from
conversation endings appear (in movies) look forward to the students. Model the activity using
be a big star (something) the greetings and one of the topics on
leave the company surprise the board. Put the students in pairs
You're kiddingl and have them complete the activity.
Students may use the sample language
Task 1 on the board for support.

Skill: listening for reactions

Unit 14 15
Unit 15 Vacations
Poge 58
Task 1 Task 2
Getting Ready
Skill: Listening for attitudes Skill: Listening for details
Vocabulary
all right really great
1. no 2. yes 3. nO. I i., i'rt, 4. 'no,i l;rrrf2il$s:;i: 2;,True
awful so-so 5. yes 6. no 7. yes i:8i,,ya3: 3:,,'irirle,:, 4r,,,f€lse
fantastic terrible 5','Falie,'r 6.'.,,Tiue

not bad terrific


Task 2
nothing special very disappointing Page 61

pretly boring wonderful Skill: Listening for details Pronunciation


CD2,frack37
The focus of this pronunciation lessoD
ir.,,,r,,'r,:irr.b,r:,r,,:,,:ri'.i,,,2: C[ 3.f is different sounds used in past tense
l,,,,l,:,ll.5,. h,1,,,,,,,,,,,.,,t,,t,:61,e, ,. a
verbs, The objective of the lesson
is to familiarize students with past
0ptional Activity tense.endings and improve listening
Put students in small groups and ask comprehension skills.
them to think of their last vacation.
Have ttrem describe ttreir vacation to Task 2
their group, including three good or bad CD 2, Track 38
polnts. Use the recording as a modei to
help them state these points, e.g., The food
wasfantastic. The hotel was disappointing. 1. /d/ ' 2i;,,:,:1i61, ,B;;,,,f1/
",
Listening 1 The museums were too crowded.
5;'ltl', &.::lidl
CD2,Track34
Poge 60

Vocabulary Listening 3 Dictation


get atan quiet CD 2, Track 36 CD 2,Track 39
go away (on vacation) relatives
go out of town stay home Vocabulary Task 1
peaceful sunshine camping
cooking course sightseeing
Skill: Listening for gist
fall off (skis) slept 1. rented 2;' hl()tl:ie'tti:t'ti:it:it:il t:,

hard (difficult) stay on (skis) 3. walki(|'On,: {r.::$bpPed.:fur


5. decided'.',', 6;,, Wrnt,l.',.,i,,l,,,
kept warm
r.r'],,',i:

I ,,.l'l,i.l lbit,,lt',,,l::.tt,t:l..,tt.2r.,.i,,t,.'
sunburn
1';5:.,,:0'......,,l..',.'.,.ft,'el''
',,..'
Task 1

Page 59
Conversation
Skill: listening for gist Write My favorite vacation on the board.
Listening 2 Elicit questions about your favorite
CD 2,Track 35 vacation, e.g., Where did you go?, What
did you do?, How long did you stay?, etc.
Vocabulary from the students and write them on
crowded the board. Answer the questions on
the board to model the activity. Put
the students in pairs and have them
complete the activity. Students may
use the sample language on the board
for support.

16 Unit 15
I

t
Unit 16 Apartment Living
fqe62 and write them on the board. Tel1 the
Task 1
students that it's okay if their answers
Getting Ready do not exactly match the ones on
Skill: Listening for details
the board.
bobulary
hdroom mattress
ffitub microwave
hed piano
bedroom refrigerator
mffee table shower
&esser sofa Task 2
kitchen stove Page 63
Skill: Listening for details
liviag room toilet Listening 2
CD2,Track41

Vocabulary
floor
furniture Page 65
take a bath
Pronunciation
CD 2, Track 43
Task 1
The focus of this pronunciation lesson is
tlre contraction of there is andthere are.
Skill: Listening for gist
The objective is to familiarize students
with this common element of everyday
Listening 1 speech and improve their listening
CD 2, Track 40 comprehension skills.

Yocabulary Task 2
apartment huge
Dictation
CD2,Track44
comfortable small
Skill: Listening for details

Task 1
Skills: listening for gist

Poge 64

Optional Activity Listening 3 '

2,frack42
Write the following questions on CD
Conversation
the board: .wrjte
Bedroom, Ltving room, Kitchen,
7. Why does Ken dislike his apartment?
Vocabulary
and Bathroom on the board. Elicit things
all over (the floor) find
2. Why does Celia like her apartment? t)?ically found in each room and write
bookshelf managed to them on the board. Point to objects in the
3. Why does Joe dislike his apartment?
cheap MP3 player classroom and use prepositions to describe
4. What does Ellen dislike about her
check out pick up (buy) their locations. Write the prepositions on
apartruent?
the board. Model the activity using the
Play the recording again, stoppingaf\er langrla;ge on the board. Put students in
each conversation so the students can pairs and have them complete the activity.
write the answers to the questions on a They may use the sample language on the
piece of paper. Elicit the correct answers board for support.

Unit 15 17
Unttl7 Hopes and Plans
Page 66 Task 1 Task 1

Getting Ready
Skill: Listening for details
Vocabulary
be famous
:::.ai.{irA,]ill
be rich ::t:.lrr::lLlili::1]

get married
gr aduate (from colle ge)
Task 2 Task 2
have children
travel Skill: Listening for attitudes Skill: Listening for certainty

Listening 1
CD 3,Track 2 Page 69

Vocabulary
Pronunciation
CD 3,Track 5
actor pool 0ptional Activity
Write these questions on the board: This pronunciation lesson focuses on
at the moment professional the reduction of want to, going to, ard
Better you than me! singer t. When will Molly be able to have fun? hope to. The objective of this lesson is to
dangerous surf 2. Where will Peter probably work? familiaiue students with these corlmon
3. How will Cara stay in touch with reductions and improve listening
doctor yard
her friends? comprehension.
garage
4. Who will lohn live with this surnmer?
Skills: Listening for gist 5. What did Nick do last sumrner? Dictation
6. What does Julia want to do this summer? CD 3,Track 6

Play the recording again. Stop after each


monologue so students can write the Task 1
answers. Elicit the answers.

Poge 67

Listening 2
CD 3,Track 3

Vocabulary
babysit Conversation
clothing store part-time job Write Job, Family, and Travel on the
excited relax Page 68 board. Write one plan under each
hang around spend time (with category. Elicit other plans from students
someone)
Listening 3 for each category and write them on the
hang out (with CD 3,Track4 board. Put the students in pairs and have
someone) take it easy
them complete the activity. Students
make money unfortunately Vocabulary may use the sample language on the
movie theater break up (with someone) medical board for support.
dream about school

medical degree right away

18 Unit 17

&
Unit 18 The Weather
Task 1 Optional Activity
Getting Ready Have the students listen to the recording
Skill: Listening and making predictions again and write down the different
hobulary ways the speakers ask about the weather.
&rdy Play the recording, stopping after each
ruiny
conversation to elicit the question, and
cdd snowy write it on the board.
ml sunny
ey warm
Task 2
hot wet
humid windy Skill: Listening for details

Listening 1 Poge 72
@ 3,Track 7 Poge73
Listening 3
Uocabulary CD 3, Track 9 Pronunciation
CD 3, Track 1 0
expecting
Vocabulary This pronunciation lesson focuses on
heavy (rain, snow)
coming out the intonation of words in a list or
rain series. The objective of this lesson is
cooler
the high (temperature) to familiarae students with common
get warmer/cooler
intonation patterns in everyday speech
fte low (temperature) go down (temperature) and improve listening comprehension.
weather forecast
snowstorm
Skill: Listening for gist storm
Dictation
CD 3,Track
Task 1 1 1

Skill: Listening for gist Task 1

Listening 2
CD 3, Track 8
Task 2
Yocabulary
Conversation
Skill: Listening for gist Write Whut is the weather like today? arLd
No way! snowball fight
elicit responses from the students. Then
pool swlm
elicit activities that are good to do in tbat
put (something) on kind of weather. Write these activities
on the board. Model the activity for
the students using the langtage on the
board. Put the students in pairs and have
them complete the activity. Studens
may use the sample language on the
board for support.

Unit 18 19
Unit 19 Shopping
Page 74 Task 1 0ptional Activity
Getting Ready Have the students listen to the first &rc
Skill: Listening for gist conversations again and write down the
Vocabulary way the customers make requests.
bookstore necklace
',t1,.','..,,1t.':,.,y-eS 21,I9!
clothing store running shoes !.1,,,,nO., 4; ndi:: 1. Can I try on that shirL please?
1;,',l,11',

drugstore shampoo rui.r'.trisa,:ye5


6. yei 2. ldlike to buy some envelopes.
sporting goods store
8. no 3. Can I see that watch, please?
envelopes ,iii,iliii,l',,.no

grocery store stationery store


jewelry store tie Task 2 Page 77

magazines vegetables
Skill: Listening and making predidions
Pronunciation
CD 3,Track 1 5

The pronunciaflon lesson focuses on


using word stress to contrast choices,
such as large or small.The objective of
the lesson is to familiarize students with
common stress patterns in everyday
Listening 1 Page 76 speech and improve both speaking and
listening comprehension skills.
CD 3, Track 1 2
listening 3
CD 3, Track 1 4
Vocabulary
fresh Vocabulary
Dictation
CD 3, Track 1 6
look nice on (somebody) air mail narrow
mystery be crazy about pockets Task 1
pair (of shoes) (something) regular mail
play a (CD) cotton short sleeves
dry clean silk 1. justlookihg' i,,.ii,e,:lilvgr,]bqnd
Skill: Listening for gist
fabric stripes 3. black band 4. paying
hand wash 5. pay',1.,,,..,,.'..::,.l:.:.l.t.:l.:,ar:i:i hili:li:lll :,
(watch) band
l,:l.i.ll]ili 3; linen blend
::li::tl:tiil& 5l:
machine wash
l:ial:i:.1:ili:l ::;i:
wide Conversation
Poge 75 Task 1
Elicit items that students commonly
shop for and write them on the board.
Listening 2 Skill: Listening for topics
Point to each item and elicit where
CD 3, Track 1 3 students can buy it. Write student
responses on the board. Choose one
Vocabulary thing you commonly shop for from
Cash or credit? the items on the board and model the
activity for the students. Put the students
customer
in pairs and have them complete the
just looking around activity. Students may use the sample
Task 2
ring (something) up language on the board for support.
salespeople Skill: Listening for details
take (purchase)

20 Unit 19
Unit 20 Describing Things
Poge 81
Task 2
Gdting Ready Pronunciation
CD 3,Track 20

tobulary The pronunciation lesson focuses on


b@ack lost and found syllable stress in adjectives. The objective
of the lesson is to familiarize students
hieftase strap
with common stress patterns in everyday
checked striped speech and improve both speaking and
dp.ign suitcase 0ptional Activity listening comprehension skills.
hadbag wallet Put the students into pairs. Have the
initials wheels students describe each object in the Task 2
pictures. Then have them imagine an 2I
lertter CD 3,Track
alternative function for each object (for
examplq using the umbrella as a cane).
When everyone is finished, have each 2. attraGtive
pair share their ideas with another pair. 4. nrnning
'-6. interestihg
Poge 80

Listening 1 Listening 3
CD 3, Track 1 7 CD 3, Track I 9 Dictation
CD3,frack22
Yocabulary Vocabulary
case left (v) beach bag novel Task 1

credit cards sunglasses coffee shop passport

frames (glasses) driven pocket knife


get off (the bus) rings
Skill: listening for gist
keys subway
letter travel abroad
newsstand

Task 1
Poge 79

Listening 2 Conversation
CD 3, Track 8
Place four items from the classroom
1

in clear view of all the students.


Uocabulary Slowly describe one object, writing
aircraf\ on board descriptive words on the board as you
business papers plastic go. Have students guess which item
pull out you are describing. Once students have
cheap-looking
Task 2 guessed, hold up another obiect and
handle running shoes
elicit descriptions of it. Write students'
hurts responses on the board. Put the students
in pairs and have them comPlete the
Task 1 activity. Students may use the sample
langtage on the board for suPPort.
Skill: listening for gist

Unit 20 21

.I
Unat21 Directions
Poge 82
Task 1 Task 2
Getting Ready
Skill: Listening for details Skill: Listening for details
Vocabulary
block (traffic) light
tfidml:lldfiii6.!! t),::
corner on the right/left Troq,.qry1,..31"6,,.!,,',,,,,,.
,'. 1.

go straight for... take a right/lef\. iBottom''iiowa 2J'5;4


0ptional Activity
go through l']nnrjght/left.
Put students into small groups. Usiog
intersection Task 2 the recording in Listening 3 as a-model
have each student give directions to
Skill: Listening for details his,/her home from the nearest subway
4.1 ,1,,t:r',:-lt:Ba,i::'5r..:::t.'l,tr,tl,t.r'illi:tl:l.l',:llrllci:16,il:lril
or bus stop. The other students write
D.4 l::i.r,.::li.l,:lr:lE;lr:l3r,:r::i:i:llii:llill::]l.:l::l::ii:l:lF:::l:] :,:l:.li:
down the important parts. When
,l.,.ri::[;]i:$Xi gh :rpl:,,., 2. on, corner everyone is finished, have the studenrs
irli.i.i.i;:1i:llbi16ckt;:!ulh compare notes and directions.
listening 1 ', r,3:il:then;:lUi}l::ri:ii,:r,
,.,, s;,rrrlift;r,lgft,,t.r',,',.,,,,
4. from
5. end
CD 3,Track 23 Poge 85

Vocabulary
Pronunciation
0ptional Activity CD 3, Track 26
(same as Getting Ready vocabulary) Put the students into pairs. Have The focus of this pronunciation lesson is
one student describe the location of the use of rising intonation to confirm
Skill: Listening for gist individual buildings on the map, e.g., information given by another speaker.
It's on the corner of Ford and Second. The objective of this lesson is to make
The other student points to the building. students aware of how intonation can
,r,l]:llt;librltti:,
l.'.,,,,,',lr;,lo,ll,:l,,lll:l]r::t:,,:e,lb:l'::,,:,:,:,,:.,:,ll,:le:'alilill:lli'liil:lltil':4.l8lil..
Have *re students take turns describing change a statement into an implied
and guessing. question and to improve their listening
0ptional Activity comprehension skills.
Poge 84
Have the students work in pairs. Using
lhe incorrect maps (1a, 2a,3b, and 4b), Listening 3 Dictation
have one student in each pair give CD 3,Track 25
CD3,frack27
directions to one of the four places,
without naming the building. The other Vocabulary
student says which place he or she is intersection
Task 1
church
being directed to. come out of my place
(the subway) pick up
Poge 83
cross !, Th{:tou,iflt 2a.,,.A!,t.tttl.',.'ililill
river 3l 4i.,0n..,the...,
Listening 2 footbridge snacks
iiEht,tt:,::::ttl::llll:

CD3,Track24
gas station supermarket
Vocabulary glass building tennis racket Conversation
end of the block hotel Model the activity for the students by
giving directions from your school to
go uP,/down
Task 1 your home. Write key phrases such as
on the corner of... and... turn left, go straight, at the corner of...,
Skill: Listening for sequence etc. on the board. Put the students
in pairs and have them complete the
activity. Students may use the sample
,,]l:i]1l,:f;::rarril:';'"3'' language on the board for support.
':r,:rrr,:r,3;:i4;i:1rt:3;:12:'::lti

22 Unit 21
Unit 22 People We Know
Task 2 Task 2
Gting Ready CD 3,Track 32

Hulary
afule crazy at times lazy
mrygoing serious

tuny shy
Dictation
EEoerous
smart Poge 88 CD 3, Track 33

hrtworking sociable
Listening 3
&ind talkative CD 3,Track 30
Task 1

Vocabulary
be in a bad mood make funny faces
chew gum make people
to talk to laugh
easy
Ustening 1
friendly outgoing
CD 3, Track 28
share
forget
talk to (oneself)
Uoobulary get along Conversation
€xpect (something) present Choose a student in the class or a
in return tell jokes
Task 1
well-known celebrity. Elicit descriptions
laugh top student of the person's personality ftom the
Skill: Listening for oPinions students and write them on the board.
life story
Continue describing other individuals
Slrilh listening for gist until you have a broad list of descriptive
terms on the board. Model the activity
by describing someone You have
1. b'l':.,,,]t.iti:1.,'ai12;,61;1].:;...',,]i:,ri,3;rb:tt,,:,,,,,,i.i::.]:: recently met using tlre language on the
4.a 5.b 6.a board. Put the students in pairs and have
them complete the activity' Students
may use the samPle language on the
Page 87
board for support.
Listening 2
CD 3,Track 29
Task 2
Vocabulary
just like similar Skill: Listening for attitudes
kind of (a little) skipped class
parry (v.) smile
::::ril:*l:t u:lr:ti[
perfect for (someone)

Poge 89
Task 1
Pronunciation
Skill: listening for similarities CD 3, Track 31

and differences This pronunciation lesson focuses on


the differing pronunciations of s in
third person verbs. The objective of this
lesson is to increase students' awareness
of these pronunciations and improve
listening comPrehension skills.

Unit 22 23

**Jil
Unit 23
Page 90
Task 1 3. more beautiful Hong Kong
Getting Ready morecomfortable Singapore
Skill: Listening for gist clean Singapore
Vocabulary polluted Hong Kong
4. more exciting Sydney
beach noisy
more beautiful Sydney
cable car opera house betterprices Melbourne
Carnival popular morerelaxing Melbourne
crowded romantic
harbor tourist Page 9j
modern tower
Task 2 Pronunciation
CD 3, Track 37

Skill: Listening for details The focus of the pronunciation lesson


is sentence stress. The objective of this
lesson is to famtTiat'ue students with
common stress patterns and improve
t. [. ' :).'.$
speech and listening comprehension skilL
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CD 3, Track 38
Vocabulary Listening 3
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fresh (air) subway system 1. Melbournerls a,idt',aldrhg,,eity.,,


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polluted transportation system
comfortable get around 3. Osaka has lots ofclubs.
reasonable
fantastic government 4. This is a nice place to live.
(price)
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Skill: Listening for attitudes
Task 1 Dictation
CD 3,Track 39
Skill: Listening for preferences
Task 1

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pay a fortune for (something) cities and living conditions in cities. Write
student responses on the board. Have
scenic
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ugly into "good" and "bad" . Model the activity
using the language on the board. Put the
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students in pairs and have them complete
the activity. Students may use the sample
language on the board for support.

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Task 1 Task 2
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frot teeth Ski!!: Listening for details
The focus of the pronunciation
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objective of this lesson is to familiarize
students with this common reduction
t. j, and improve speech and listening
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comprehension skills.
*fL.l; 0ptional Activity
Tell students to look at the pictures for
Listening 1 (SB p. 94) and take turns Dictation
Listening 1 describing and guessing the people's CD 3, Track 44
CD 3,Track 40 injuries. Tell the students they can
make up any information they don't Task 1
ttocabulary remember from the recording.
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cut (oneself) splitting headache Poge96

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hurt (something) CD 3, Track 42

knife
Vocabulary Conversation
drugstore Elicit injuries and write them on the
energy board. Elicit treatments for each injury
fall asleep and write these on the board as well.
Model the activity using the language
have trouble (doing something)
on the board. Put the students in pairs
lately and have them complete the activity.
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sleeping pills on the board for support.
Listening 2
CD 3, Track 41
stressed out
vitamins
llocabulary
can hardly walk pills Task 1

deep cut pull a muscle


Skill: Listening for details
flu see a doctor
hiking stiches
painful twist (one's) ankle

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Tactics for Testing Notes and Answer Key

Tactics for Testing When students are ready, play the


recording. Do not pause between
Tactics for Testing
Units 1-4 items, as the appropriate answer time Units 5-8
is built into the audio track.
Check students' answers. Replay the
recording, pausing this time to discuss
the correct answers with the students-

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Part 2
cD 4-3

Procedures

Testing Focus Activity Read the directions to the students.


Testing Focus Activity
Explain that they will hear a question
Read the testing tip at the bottom of or a statement and will need to choose Explain question/response items to l'-
page 99 with the students. the most appropriate response from students. In question/response itemq
Look at each picture and ask students tlre answer choices. students hear a question and have to
to describe what they see. Have the Remind students to use the answer choose the most appropriate response
students focus on describing the main sheet on the left hand side of page 98 to that question from the answer
action in the pictures. to fill in their answers. choices. Write the following example
on the board to illustrate the questioa
Explain that correct answer choices When students are ready, play the
type to the students:
usually describe the main action or recording. Do not pause between
general idea of the picture. Incorrect items, as the appropriate answer time Q: When are you going to the pool?
answers often use words that appear is built into the audio track. A,. There isn't any school today.
in the picturq but incorrectly Check students' answers. Replay the B. I'll probably leatte in an hour
describe the action of the picture. recording, pausing this time to discuss
By previewing the pictures and C. I go to the pool twice a week.
the correct answers with the students.
developing their own description of Explain that in question/response
the action in each one, students can items, incorrect answer choices often
anticipate what they will likely hear Part 3 use words from the question or words
in the correct answer choice. that have similar sounds. For examplq
cD 4-4 answer choice A uses ttre word school,
which soundslike pool, but A is clearly
Page 98 Procedures not the correct answer. Similarly,
Read the directions to the students. answer choice C uses ttre word pool,
Part 1
which appears in the question, but C is
Explain that *rey will hear three
cD4-2 short conversations followed by one not a logical response to the question.
question about each conversation. Explain that when students answer
Procedures question,/response items, they need to
Remind students to use ttre answer
Read the directions to the students. sheet on the left-hand side of page 98 think carefully about how the answer
Explain that they hear a question about to fill in their answers. choice responds to the question and
each picture and tfuee possible choices. not be disffacted by similar sounding
When students are ready, play the
Students will need to choose the answer words in the answer choices.
recording. Do not pause betvveen
choice that best matches the picture.
items, as the appropriate answer time
Remind students to quickly preview is built into the audio track.
the pictures, focusing on the main
Check students' answers. Replay
action of the picture.
the recording, pausing this time to
Remind students to use ttre answer discuss the correct answers with
sheet on the left-hand side of page 98 the students.
to fill in their answers.

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Eet@ Remind students to use'*re answer Whea students are ready, play the
sheet on the left-hand side of page 100 recording. Do not pause betvveen
Part 1
to fill in their answers. items, as the appropriate answer time
(D4-5 is built into the audio track.
When students are ready, play the
recording. Do not pause between Check students' answers. Replay the
ftucdures items, as the appropriate answer time recording, pausing this time to discuss
. Read the directions to the students. is built into the audio track. the correct answers with the students.
&lain that they will hear three Check students' answers. Replay
shtements and that they will need to the recording, pausing this time to Poge 103
choose the statement that best matches
discuss the correct answers with Part 2
the picture. the students.
o Remind students to use ttre answer cD4-9
sheet on the left-hand side of page 100
to fiIl in ttreir answers. Tactics for Testing Procedures
r 'When . Read the directions to the students.
students are ready, play the Units 9-12 Explain that they will hear a queslion
recording. Do not pause between
items, as the appropriate answer time or a statement and will need to choose
is built into ttre audio track. the most appropriate response from
o the answer choices.'
Check students' answers. Replay the
recording, pausing this time to discuss
o Qsmind students to cross out any
the correct answers with the students. obviously incorrect answer choices as
they do this section of the test.
o Remind students to use the answer
tuge101 sheet on the left-hand side of page 102
to fill in their answers.
Part 2
When students are ready, play the
cD4-6
recording. Do not pause between
Testing Focus Activity items, as the appropriate answer time
Procedures
o Read the testing tip at the bottom of is built into the audio ffack.
. Read the directions to the students. page 103 with the students. Explain Check students' answers. Replay the
Explain that they will hear a question that a good test-taking strategy is recording, pausing this time to discuss
or a statement and will need to choose to cross out answer choices that the correct answers with the students.
the most appropriate response from are obviously incorrect. This way
the answer choices. students have a better chance of
. Remind students to not be disffacted guessing the correct answer choice Part 3
by words that sounds similar to if they are unsure of the correct cD 4-1 0
the question. answer.
o Remind students to use the answer o As students do Part 2 andPart 3, have Procedures
sheet on the left-hand side of page 100 them cross out any answer choices
Read the directions to the students.
to fill in their answers. they know are incorrect. Then have
Explain that they will hear three
. When students are ready, play the them try to guess from the remaining
short conversations followed by one
recording. Do not pause between answer choices.
question about each conversation.
items, as the appropriate answer time
Poge 102 Remind students to cross out any
is built into the audio track.
obviously incorrect answer choices as
. Check students' answers. Replay Part 1
they do this section of the test.
the recording, pausing this time to cD 4-8 Remind students to use the answer
discuss the correct answers with
sheet on the left-hand side of page 702
the students.
Procedures to fill in their answers.
Read the directions to the students. When students are ready, play the
Part 3 Explain that they will hear a question recording. Do not pause between
about each picture and three possible items, as the appropriate answer time
cD 4-7
choices. Students will need to choose is built into the audio ffack.
*re answer choice that best matches Check students' answers. Replay the
Procedures the picture. recording, pausing this time to discuss
. Read the directions to the students. Remind students to use the answer *re correct answers with the students.
Explain that they will hear a short sheet on the left hand side of page lO2
conversation followed by three to fill in their answers.
questions about the conversation.

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When students arc rcady, play the
Tactics for Testing recording. Do not pause betWeen
Taitics for Testing
Units 1 3-16 items, as the appropriate answer time Units 17-20
is built into the audio track.
Check students' answers. Replay the
recording, pausing this time to discuss
the correct answers with the students.

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Part 2
cD 4-12
Testing Focus Activity Testing Focus Activity
Read the testing tip at the bottom of Procedures . Read the testing tip at the bottom of
page 105 with the students. Explain o Read the directions to the students. page lO7 with the students. Explain
l that it is very important for students Explain that they will hear a question that listening for key words is a good
to manage their time effectively on or a statement and will need to choose way of picking up the important
standardized tests. the most appropiate response from details of a listening passage. Write
the answer choices. following conversation on the boar&
Write the following example on ttre . Remind students to cross out any M: Do these glasses go in the kitchen
board:
obviously incorrect answer choices as cabinet, or the cabinet in the next rootl
Q: Do you want to get something to eat? they do this section of the test.
W: Water gJasses go in the living foonr
A: I had lunch a little while ago. e Remind students to use *re answer cabinet but you can put the juice glassa
B: No, 1 don't like pizza. sheet on the left-hand side of page 704 in there.

C: Yes, I had lunch with Susan.


to fill in their answers. M: Why not just keep them in the
o When students xe ready, play the same place?
Explain to students that the most
recording. Do not pause between tM
appropriate answer choice is A. It W: The water glasses are too tall for
items, as the appropriate answer time
answers the question indirectly; it cabinet. See?
is built into the audio track.
doesn't directly give a "yes" or a "no" Ask students to point out what
to the question, but a "no" is implied . Check students' answers. Replay the they see as key words from the
by the response. Answer choices B and recording, pausing this time to discuss conversation . Elicit j uice glas s e s,
C, on the other hand, both start with the correct answers with the students. water glasses, living room cabinet,
Yes or.Atro, but the actual responses do and too tall.
not match the question. Explain that
Have students go back to page 103
this is a common tactic on statemenv Part 3
and look at question 13. Discuss how
response questions. Students must cD 4-1 3 these key words would help students
think carefully about the meaning
answer the question.
of every answer choice and how it Procedures
matches up with the question. Ask students to close their books. Play
Read the directions to the students. ttre conversations in Part 3 for the
Explain that they will hear three students and ask them to write down
Page 104 short conversations followed by one key words from the conversation.
question about each conversation.
With books open, look at questions
Part 1
Remind students to cross out any 13-15 on page 703 and discuss how
cD 4-1 1 obviously incorrect answer choices as the key words students wrote down
they do this section of the test. will help them answer the questions.
Procedures Remind students to use *re answer
Read the directions to the students. sheet on the left-hand side of page lO4
Explain that they will hear a question to fill in their answers. Poge 106
* about each picture and four possible When students are ready, play the Part 1
choices. Students will need to choose recording. Do not pause between
cD 4-14
the answer choice that best matches items, as the appropriate answer time
the picture. is built into the audio ffack.
Procedures
Remind students to use the answer Check students' answers. Replay
sheet on the left-hand side of page 1O4
o Read the directions to the students.
the recording, pausing this time to
to fill in their answers. Explain that they will hear three
i discuss the correct answers with
1
statements and that they will need to
the students.
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ttrc the statement that best matches . Check students' answerS. Replay the o Check students' answers. Replay the
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r &mind students to use the answer the correct answers with the students. the correct answers with the students.
fut on the left-hand side of page 106
E fill in their answers.
. Whm students arc ready, play the
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fte correct answers with the students. 5,8 6. C Explain that they will hear a question
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Testing Focus Activity
o Read the directions to the students.
.
sheet on 16" 1sft-hand side of page 108
Read the testing tip at the bottom of tofill in their answers.
Explain that they will hear a question
page 709 with the students. Explain
or a statement and will need to choose When students are ready, play the
that many test takers accidently skip
the most appropriate response from recording. Do not pause between
a question on their answer sheet or
the answer choices. items, as the appropriate answer time
accidently fill in answers for two
o Remind students not to be distracted questions on the same 1ine. Explain
is built into the audio uack.
by words that sound similar to the that filling out the answer sheet Check students' answers. Replay the
question. correctly is an important test-taking recording, pausing this time to discuss
r Remind students to use the answer skill that students should focus on. the correct answers with the students.
sheet on the left-hand side of page 106 o As students take the test for Units
to fill in their answers. 27-24, instruct them to cover their
o When students are ready, play the answer sheet on page 108 with a sheet
Part 3
recording. Do not pause between of paper. Instruct students to uncover cD 4-19
items, as the appropiate answer time each line on *re answer sheet only
is built into the audio track. when they are ready to answer *rat Procedures
. Check students' answers. Replay question. o Read the directions to the students.
t}le recording, pausing this time to Explain that they will hear three
discuss the correct answers with short conversations followed by one
the students. Poge 108 question about each conversation.
Part 1 o Remind students to cross out any
cD 4-17
obviously incorrect answer choices as
Part 3 they do this section of the test.
cD 4-16 Procedures Remind students to use ttre answer
. Read the directior,rs to the students.
sheet on the left-hand side of page 108
Procedures to fill in their answers.
Explain that they will hear a question
o Read the directions to the students. about each picture and three possible When students are ready, play the
Explain that they will hear a short choices. Students will need to choose recording. Do not pause between
advertisement followed by three the answer choice that best matches items, as the appropriate answer time
questions about the advertisement. the picture. is built into the audio track.
o Remind students to use the answer . Remind students to use the answer Check students' answers. Replay the
sheet on the left-hand side of page 106 sheet on the left-hand side of page 108 recording, pausing this time to discuss
to fill in their answers. to fill in their answers. the correct answers with the students.
o When students arc rcady, play the . When students are ready, play the
recording. Do not pause beftveen recording. Do not pause between
items, as the appropriate answer time items, as the appropriate answer time
is built into the audio track. is built into the audio track.

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VocabularyWorksheet 1 Basic Tactics for Listening Third

Use the words and phrases in the box to complete the sentences below.

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) Susan had her key, so she couldn't get in her house.
3. If you are free this weekend, let's and play soccer.
4. None of the students completed the , so the teacher was very arugry.
5. Before you can for classes, you must decide what you want to study.
6. When to the hotel, you will need your driver's license and credit card.

7. My grades were excellent last , and I plan to do even better this term.
8. Bobby and Sue didn't have a , so they couldn't get atable at
the restaurant.

9. My office is 555-1598.

10. Jason had a great On Saturday he went to a pafiy and on Sunday he


played basketball.

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Fill
lh the words and phrases in the box to complete the paragraph below.

is a good friend of mine. He 22 or 23 but we're both actually the same


(1)
. He's a nice guy but he's a little unusual. He really
(2) (3)
hg.In fact, it's almost ! His father says this
(4) (s)
ffis father always says that Marco needs to get a haircut, but he never does it.

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Use the words and phrases in the box to complete the paragraph below.

Sacyis one of my . She my uncle's oldest daughter. I'm not sure of her
(1)

, but she's kind of . I'd say she's about 165 cm. or


(2) (3)
so. She's also extremely . She's very thin and has long,
(4) (s)
hair. Everyone says that she looks like a model.

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VocabularyWorksheet 3
Use the words in the box to complete the crossword.

ACR05S DOWN

1. It's like a large purse. 6. jeans, slacks, trousers, etc.


2. You might wear these in the summer. 7. You might wear these to go running.
3. a woman's shirt 8. A man might wear one to work.
4. You wear one when it's cold outside. 10. You might wear these to the beach.
5. A woman might wear one to aparty.
9. It goes on your head.

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Part 2

Use the words in Part 1 to complete the sentences below.

1. Sarah is a She never goes to 6. Richard was late to class because he didn't
bed before midnight. on time.
2. Susan wanted to and watch a 7. Molly stayed up all night to
movie, but she got too tired. with her friends online.
3. Sometimes I sleep late and sometimes I don't. It 8. Hillary andher friends like to
on how tired I am. at the shopping mall.

4. If Tom drinks coffee at night, he can't 9. At midnight on December 31st, many people
celebrate the

5. I'm not a I hate to wake up 10. Hank work the


used to but
before 10:00 a.m. now he works during the day.

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Part 1

Use the words in the box to complete the conversation below.

A: Hello,I want to go to Hawaii for next week and I need


(1)
a flight.
(2)

B: Oka5r sir,I can help you with that. When would you like to in Hawaii?
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lhe the words in the box to complete the sentences below.

1. The brought our meals, but she forgot our drinks.


2. You have to be able to drive safely to be a
3. The checks on the hospital patient every hour.

4. Mark got very strong working as a


5. The asked everyone to fasten their seatbelts before takeoff.
6. When you first enter the building, the will ask if you have
an appointment.

7. A good always listens to the customer.


8. Marsha always loved to cook, so she became a

9. Bill Gates is a very famous

10. I would never want to be an because I would ruther


work outdoors.

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Vocabulary WorksheetT
Use the words in the box to complete the crossword.

ACROSS DOWN

2. Yort might listen to one in the car. 1. a place to eat


3. You can watch one at a theater. 6. You can play one at home.
4. You can look at one on your computer. 7. a place to shop
5. You can watch one at home. 8. This person appears in movies.
9. This person plays sports.
10. This person might be in a band.

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Ih the words and phrases in the box to complete the sentences below.

1. When there is enough snow, Hannah loves to


2. Tod runs every day, so he's
3. You should always wear a helmet when you

4. Mark in the lake by his house every morning.


5. I love going to the on a hot summer day.
6. I don't like to . I d rather exercise at home.
7. Doctors say that you should for 45 minutes each day.
8. Jennifer running. She really hates it.
9. I used to be more , but now I get tired very quickly.
10. Nate learned to at the beach last summer.

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Part 2

Use the words in Part 1 to complete the sentences below.

1. Mike has so many books that he needs another 6. Stacy found her math book in the
ofthe room
2. lake did his homework on his 7. Erik makes his each morning
and e-mailed it to his teacher. after he gets up.
3. Julie forgot to water her and 8. Tony's glasses were in the top
it died. ofhis dresser.

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4. If it's too hot, you can open a 9. My house is the yellow one
5. This sofa isn't comfortable because the and the red one.
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before dinner.

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the correct word for the blank in each sentence.

f, lfly Julie is my mom's sister, 6. Nancy is the She's 17 and her

a- aunt brother is 21.


b. niece a. only child
c. cousin b. twin
d- nephew c. youngest
d. nephew
Norman's is still alive.
He's 103! 7. Timothy is an but he's
a- nephew always wanted a brother or a sister.
b. great-grandfather a. twin
c. son b. cousin
d. aunt c. only child
d. oldest
Anna and Rita are They look
exactly alike. 8. As the child in the family,
a. cousins Tina helps watch her little brothers and sisters.
b. only children a. youngest
c. twins b. twin
d. grandparents c. niece
d. oldest
4. I only have one - my aunt
Mary's daughter. 9. Your parents' parents areyout

a. cousin a. great-grandfathers
b. uncle b. uncles
c. niece c. nephews
d. nephew d. grandparents
5. Chris' Jim is his dad's brother. 10. My sister just had a baby girl, so now I have a
a. great-grandfather
b. nephew a. cousin
c. grandparent b. aunt
d. uncle c. niece
d. nephew

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Vocabulary Worksheet 11 Basic Tactics for Listening Third

Part 1

Use the words in the box to complete the conversation below.

Phillip isnt a very active person. On weekends, his friends like to go and
(1)

. But Phillip would l:tther stay at home in the suburbs. He loves films so he
(2)
a lot. His favorites are , but he likes comedies too.
(3) (4)

Sometimes he at a caf6 with his friends, but he mostly likes to hang out
(5)
at home.

Part 2

Use the words and phrases in the box to complete the conversation below.

Bridget is a very healthy person. She loves to , and she works out every day.
(1)

On the weekend she goes to the and goes . She doesnt


(2\ (3)

at festaurants because she can cook healthier food at home. She also doesn't
(4)
play because shed rather be outside.
(s)

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Uoca bu Ia ry Workshee t 12 Basic Tactics for Listening Third Edition

Use the words in the box to complete the crossword.

ACROSS DOWN

1. You can buy one at the theater. 2. tohave enough money to buy something
4. atype ofjewelry 3. If they are too small, your feet will hurt.
7. the money you get back when you buy something 5. You read one to learn about the world.
8. a small, portable computer 6. to wear something to check its size
9. You take pictures with this.
10. When things are cheaper, they are ...

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Vocabulary Worksheet 1 3 Basic Tactics for Listening Third

Part 1

Find the words in the box in the word search prtzzle.


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Part 2

Use the words from Part 1 to complete the sentences below.

1. Larry hates food. He won't eat 6. The cookies Cindy baked were very good, but her
anything with hot peppers in it. apple pie was
2. You should eat some meat each day, but you should . 7. If you are thirsty, you can ask the server to bring
eat more before your meal arrives.
3. Walter ordered a steak for his 8. I like Chinese , but not when
4. We're really hungry so we'llorder an it's cooked in too much oil.
while we wait for the rest of 9. You shouldn't -.
eat too many
our food to come. foods because they arebad for your heart.
5. Cakes and pies are Jessica's favorite 10. Chris wanted to make salmon,
but he didn't have any charcoaLfor the fire.

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Uoca bu la ry Workshee t 14 Basic Tattics for Listening Third Edition

Use the words and phrases in the box to complete the sentences below.

1. I'm late for an appointment so I've but let's have lunch


next week.
2. Melody lives overseas, so she hasn't seen her parents

3. The great thing about the Internet is that it helps you with
old friends.
4. ? B: Great, thanks. And you?
5. The hotel worked hardto provide its with good service.
6. oh! . I have appointment, but it was great to see you again.
7. Barbara really yoga class. It's the best part of her week.
8. Cory has a big project to finish. He's every day this week.
9. The news was a total . Everyone was shocked by it.
10. I don't have time right now to chat, but I'11

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Vocabulary Worksheet 1 5

Part 1

Use the words in the box to complete the paragtaph below.

Kevin just got back from an vacation. In fact, he thinks it was his worst
(1)

vacation ever. He went with his older sister, and they have completely different interests. His sister

loves to go and visit . Kevin, on the other hand, thinks


(2) (3)
this is . In addition, some of places they visited were so
(4)
' (5)

that Kevin couldn t see any of the art. Next time, he plans to go by himself and spend time on the

beach instead.

Part 2

Use the words in the box to complete the patagtaph below.

Last year Denise went to Bali for vacation. She really enjoyed it and had a
(1)

time. The beaches were very quiet and , so she could sit in the
(2)

all day. The only problem was that she planned to , but
(3) (4)

she was so relaxed she fell asleep in the sun. When she woke up, she had a pretfy bad

. But other than that, the trip was greatl


(5)

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Basic Tactics for Listening Third Edition

Use the words in the box to complete the crossword.

ACROSS DOWN

2. You put food in here to keep it cold. 1. You keep your clothes in this.
5. This goes on top ofyour bed. 3. bed, table, chair, etc.
7. This is in your bathroom. 4. You use this to cook food quickly.
9. This goes in your living room and you sit on it. . 6. This kitchen appliance can use gas or electricity.
8. a musical instrument
10. You want your furniture to be like this.

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Voca bu Ia ry Worksheet 17 Basic Tactics for Listening Third

Choose the correct word to complete each sentence.

I d like to to every continent. 6. If Steve takes classes during the summer, he can
a. gradtate early.

b. travel a. take it easy


c. hang around b. relax
d. dreamabout c. hang around
d. gradrate
2. One day Travis hopes to be a
basketball player. 7. Greg's is collecting comics.

a. excited a. hobby
b. dangerous b. garage
c. professional c. degree
d. nervous d. at the moment
3. Elizabeth really wants to ,but 8. Wendy hasn't found ajob yet, so she's a little
her boyfriend hasn't asked her yet. about her future.

a. get married a. excited


b. graduate b. dangerous
c. take it easy c. nervous
d. make money d. professional

4. Brerrda doesnt want to have children 9. I dont want to work . I just want to
but she would like to when and enjoy life!
she's a little older. a. take it easy
a. nervous b. breakup
b. right away c. gradtate
c. unfortunately d. dreamabout
d. relax
10. Everyone was when they
5. Alex would like a house with a big learned the movie star would visit their school.
for his children to play in. a. nervous
a. yard b. excited
b. garage c. famous
c. pool d. rich
d. movie theater

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Vocabulary Worksheet 1 8 t
Basic Tactics for Listening Third Edition

Part 1

Find the words and phrases in the box in the word search puzzle.
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SUMJIORMJMDWFMY
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Part 2

Use the words from Part 1 to complete the sentences below.

1. We wanted to go to the beach, but it was 6. It',s andclear today, so be


and looked like it might rain. careful not to get sunburned.
2. It's going to be today, so make 7. It's only 76"F today, but it's so
sure you bring an umbrella. that it feels much warmer.
3. The weather was perfect for 8. It's outside right now, which
flying kites. makes it hard to drive.

4. I love the fall weather. It's not 9. It's so today that I'm going to
too hot and not too cold. stay inside in the air conditioning.
5. The Sahara Desert is very 10. Some parts of Canada can be a bit
It gets almost no rain. even in the summer.

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Basic Tactics for Listening Third Edition

Use the words in the box to complete the crossword.

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2. appearing to be of poor quality 1. A businessman might carry his papers in this.


3. You need one when you take atrip. 4. where you keep your money and credit cards
6. another name for a purse 5. CFN, for example
7. a material shoes are often made of 8. A student uses this to carry books.
9. an inexpensive material 10. You need these when it is sunny outside.

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Voca bu la ry Worksheet 21 Basic Tactics for Listening Third Edition

Part 1

Use the words and phrases in the box to complete the conversation below.

A: Hi, Zach.Thisis Emma. I need to get directions to your house before the party tonight.

B: Oh, sure. Do you know where the of 1st Ave. and Maple St. is?
(1)

A:Uh-huh.

B: Okay. Head south on 1st Ave. You're going to three


(2) (r)

A: Okay. What next?

B: At the next , take a left. Keep going until you


(4) (s)

a small bridge.My house is the second one on the left.

Part 2

Use the words and phrases in the box to complete the conversation below.

A: Hello? Is this Ace Electronics?

B: Yes, it is. How can I helP You?

A: I need directions to your store.

B: Okay. Take the subway to the 5th Street station' Make sure you the south
(1)

exit. You will be on the of 5th and Broadway.


(2)

A: Okay. I know where that is.

B: Good. On Broadway for four blocks. Take a left on 1st Street and walk to
(3)
the , You'llsee a small Walk across it and you will
(4) (5)

see our store on the other side.

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use the words and phrases in the box to complete the sentences below.

1. Oliver is kind of when you first meet him, but he can be very
outgoing around his friends.
My younger brother is so ! He never helps with any of the chores.
Patty is very at work, but on the weekends she likes to relax and
joke around.
4. Mike is a nice guy, but he's too Sometimes I want to tell him
to be quiet.
Lisa is very . She's always giving her friends little gifts.
Bill is the most person I know. FIe never gets angry about
anything.
7. Katrina is very . She always has a new joke to tell.
8. Ryan does well at his job because he is so
9. Robert has three PhDs, so he must be very
10. Linda is very . She loves being around other people.

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Voca bu la ry Worksheet 23 Basic Tactics for Listening Third Editian

Part 1

Find the words and phrases in the box in the word search ptzzle.
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BOCHUETLHCWZRDZ
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Part 2

Use the words from Part 7 to complete the sentences below.

1. The new, hotel looked strange 6. My apartment is too . In the


in the oldpart of town. morning I canhear all of the traffic outside.

are unusual these days, but they 7. The ships stop in the
used to be a common form of public transportation. unload their cargo.

3. Richard took his wife to a 8. This is one of the most


restaurant for her birthday. restaurants in the city. Lots of people come here.

4. From the top of the , you can 9. The didn't know the city very
get a great view of the citY. well, and they quickly got lost.
5. I still have sand in my shoes from when we went 10. I'm going to see a musical at the
to the

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Basic Tactics for Listening Third Edition

Choose the correct word to complete each sentence.

1. Joe needs a new chair atwork. The one he has now 6. The ring was too big, and it fell offthe womans
hurts his
a. back a. foot
b. finger b. finger
c. teeth c. stomach
d. stomach d. back
2. When the soccer ball hit Lucy in the face, it broke 7. The actress had perfectly white
her and abeartiful smile.
a. atm a. eyes
b. nose b. hands
c. eat c. feet
d. eye d. teeth
3. Nick hates the small seats in airplanes because 8. After eating so much candy, the child's
he has long hurt.
a. arms a. stomach
b. fingers b. back
c. legs c. head
d. ears d. hand
4. Baseball pitchers have to have strong 9. I have something in my and
to throw the ball so fast. I can't see.
a. fingers a. eat
b. feet b. mouth
c. hands c. eye
d. arms d. nose
5. Listening to loud music can damageyorr 10. Frank stepped on a piece ofglass and cut his

a. eyes a. leg
b. head b, arm
c. ears c. foot
d. nose d. hand

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Audio Scripts
B: Oh, rea1ly?I didn't know she had a Elise... from math class.
Unit 1: lntroductions brother. My name's Anna, by the waY Oh, of course. How are you, Denise?
and Names A: Nice to meet you, Anna. Actually, it's Elise. E-L-I-S-E.
Oh, Elise. Sorry about that.
2.
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A: Good morning, I'd like to register for
Listening 1 English class. Hey, Sarah! How are you?
B: All right... which level? Oh, hi,.... I'm sorry, I've forgotten
A: Let's seg I took Level 5 last your name.
What's your name?
semester... so Level 6, I guess. It's Mick.
It's Alina Smith. Oh, that's right. Nick.
B: Okay.... level 6. And your name?
Elena? Actually itt Mick, with an M.
A: Sylvia Gomez.
No, Alina. A-L-I-N-4.
B: Sylvia Gomez... Cottld I please have M.I-C-K.
Oh, Alina. It's nice to meet you, Alina. Mick. Got it. So, Mick, are You going
your e-mail address, Sylvia?
to the gym this weekend?
3.
Your namq please?
Matt Rosenblum.
A: Hello, could I have a dinner 3.
reservation for this evening, please? A: MikelHello!
Rosenblum... How do you sPell that, B: Oh. hello, uhhh...
Mr. Rosenblum?
B: Certainly. For what time?
A: Uh, 7:00? A: Hannah. We met at Ellie's PartY.
R-O-S-E-N.B.L-U-M. B: Oh, right! How are you doing, Anna?
B: Let me see. . . 7:00 . . . for how
Okay, thank you.
many people? A: Pretty good! Actually mY name's
A: Four. Hannah, not Anna - H-A-N-N-A-H.
Could I please have your e-mail B: Yes, we do have a table for four 4.
address? at 7:00.
A: Excuse me... don't I know You
Surq it's natwilson@tmail.com. A: Great. from somewhere?
Okay... Matt Nilson... B:I think so... you look familiar... do
4.
Actually, it's Nat Wilson... n-a-t-w-i-l- you go to Eastern UniversitY?
A: Hey, Liza!
s-o-n at tmail dot com.
B: Danal It's great to see you! How A: No, I don't.... wait a minute, don't
Nat Wilson. Got it. Thanks. we wait at the same bus stoP every
are you?
A: Pretty good. And you? morning?
Aad your e-mail address is.... A: Not bad, not bad. Hey, we should get B: Oh, that's right! But I'm always too
It's coolgal@rol.com together sometimg maybe have coffee. tired to talk... My name's StacY, bY
Cool pal? B: Yeah, let's do that! the way.
No, cool gal. G-A-L. At R-O-L dot com. A: Hi, Stacy. I'm Devon.
5. B: Nice to meet you, Evan.
A: Good evening. Welcome to the Ocean A: Oh, actually it's Devon. D-E-V-O-N.
May I have your Phone number, Breeze Hotel. Are you checking in?
please? B: Yes, I have a reservation for tonight. 5.
Sure. It's 555-2398. A: Okay. May I have your namq Please? A: Excuse me, aren't you Beth Fileo's
Okay... 555-2358. B: Yes, it's Chuck Bellington. son - Mikq right?
Actually, it's nine e1ght. 2-3-9-8. B: Yes, I am. Actually it's Ike... no M, just
6. I-K.E.
Oh,2-3-9-8. Thank You.
A: Hi, Alina? A: Oh, Ike. Sorry about that. I'm Liz
6. B: Yes?
Jones. I work with Your mother.
A: So,could I give You a call sometime? A: This is Mafia, from English class. B: Oh, of course. Good to see you again,
B: Sure, that would be great. MY cell is B: Oh, hi Marta. Ms. Jones.
555-7276. A: Listen, I wasn't in class on Friday.
A: 555-7276? Could you tell me the homework 6.
B: Yep, that's right. assignment? A: Hi, Tony. How are you?
A: Okay, I'11 give you a call this weekend, B: I'm not at home right
Yeah sure, but B: Oh, I'm fine thank you. I'm sorry,
then. now... could I e-mail it to You? I should know your name...
A: Sure, that would be great. A: Tandy. I work in the accounting
page3, CD 1-3 department.
page4, CD 1-4 B: Oh, ttrat's right. How've You been,
Listening 2 Mandy?
Listening 3 T-A-N-D-Y It's
1. A: Actually, it's Tandy -
A: Great party, isn't it? 1. an unusual name, I know!
B: Sure is. So, how do you know Lena? A: Hi, Jack!
A: I'm her brother. B: Hi... uh....

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Pronunciation
7.
A: Is she in her teens or her twenties?
A: He's deven.
B: I see. And what color is his hair?
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B: I think she's in her twenties. She's A: It's light brown.
7. My name is Tim. really nice. Do you want to meet her? B: Don't worry. We'll find him for you.
2. My e-mail address is timr@tmail.com A: Yeah, sure.
J. I live in New York. 3.
4. I have a reservation for tonight. 8. A: Excuse me. I can't find my daughter.
A: It's not very long but it is very I was buying these clothes at the
CD 1-6a straight. And sometimes it's green! register, and she was right behind me
Dictation B: Green! and now she's gonel
A: Yeah. He sings in a rock band, B: Don't worry, I'm sure we'll find her.
A: Fun party, isn't it? I think. So, how old is she?
B: Sure is. My name is Emma, by A: She's ten.
the way. pqge7, CDl-8 B: Okay, and what color is her hair?
A: Itt nice to meet you, Emma. Listening 2 A: It's blonde... and kind of long.
I'm Justin. And straight.
B: Nice to meet you, Justin. Do you live 1.
in L.A.? A: What does your girlfriend look likq 4.
A: No, I'm from San Francisco. I'm Tony? A: My daughter was here a minute ago,
visiting my sister here. B: Ella? Oh, she's tall. And she has long, and now I can't find her.
B: Oh, I love San Francisco. I go there dark brown hair. B: She's probably in the toy section. Can
sometimes for work. you describe her?
A: Really? Call me next time you're 2. A: Yes, she's twelve years old.
there. Let me give you my phone
A: Tell me about your boyfriend, Anne. B: And what color hair does she have?
number.
B: Wel1, his name's Daniel. He's 17. A: Brown. And it's very curly. i
Let me see... Well, he has curly
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B: Okay, hope to see you again! Have a B: A11 right. Let's go to the toy section i

great time here in L.A.! blonde hair. He's not very tall - about and see if she's there.
average. But he's really good-looking.
5.
3. A: Has anyone seen a young kid? i
Unit 2: Describing A: So, Matt, what's the new girl in class B: How old, sir?
look like? A: He's ten. He's always getling lost.
People B: She's pretty tall, about 170 centimeters. Drives me crary.
She wears glasseg and has short curly B: Where did you last see him?
Page6, CD1-7
hair. I think she's about 20. A: Over by the video equipment.
Listening 1 A: What's her name? B: What color is his hair?
1. B: I can't remember. Anne, I think. A: Blondg and pretfy long. Too long!
A: So is your boss young? 4. 6.
B: He's in his thirties, I guess. About 35. A: So tell me about your cousin, Paul. A: Excuse me. I've lost my dalughtert
B: Well, she's very pretty B: Is she around 13, about average
2.
A: It's pretty long. A: Really! Is she blonde? height, with red hair?
B: No, she has dark brown hair. A: Why, yes.
B: What color is it?
A: It's light brown. And it's a little curly Everybody likes her. She's an actress. B: She's looking for you - over there, in
A: Really? I'd like to meet her. the shoe department.
3. A: Thanks a lot!
A: He's really not very tall, about 5 feet poge8, CDl-9
8 inches. Listening 3 poge9, CDl-10
B: Oh yeah. That's not so tall. Pronunciation
1.
4. A: Excuse me. I've lost my little boy. We 1.
A: He looks about 77. were looking at microwaves and he A: Are you Abby's sister?
B: No, he's older than that. He's was bored and... B: Yes, I am.
almost 25. B: Calm down, sir. Can you describe him?
A: No, I don't believe it. He doesn't look A: Yes. He's nine. Really cute. 2.
that old. B: And what color is his hair? A: Does he wear glasses?
A: Dark brown. B: Yes, he does.
5.
A: She likes to wear it really short. B: Okay. Lett see where he is. Just sit 3.
B: Yeah? And is it straight or curly? down and relax. A: Is she in her twenties?
A: Curly. Really cudy You can't miss her 2. B: No, she isn't.
when you see her. A: It's my son. We were looking for
page9, CD 1-11
6. some pants for my husband. Now I
A: Is she short? can't find him. Dictation
B: No, she's really tall. About 6 feet. B: Don't worry, ma'am. We'll find him. A: What does your new boy&imd look
How old is he? like, Jenna?
B: Well, he's really good{ooking.

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A: Oh? Is he tall? A: A right shirt? 3.
B: No, he isn't. He's PrettY short. B: Yeah, he likes to show off his muscles! Kevin was wearing a yellow shirt and
A: Really? Are you taller than him? green tie. I didn't like the tiq but I liked
B: No, we're ibout the same height. Let's page11, CD 1-13 the shirt. He also had on brown pants.
see... and he has curly brown hair. He was wearing sneakers with long
A: He sounds cute. Is he about Your age?
E$-en,rya white socks - kind of cute, actually. And
B: Yes, he is. And we have the same 1. he had a leather bag over one shoulder.
birthday. A: How are the Pants, sir?
B: I think they're too short. What do 4.
you think? Amy looked really good. She had on a
A: I think you're right. TheY long skirt and a beautiful blackjacket.
Unit 3: Clothes Yes.
certainly are too short. And she had some exPensive glasses
B: Can you get me a longer Pair? on. She also had on a collared shirt.
page10, CD 1-12
She didn't have a bag. She was wearing
Listening 1 2. sandals.
A: Do you like this blouse?
1. B: Well, I think it's a little too big. page13, CD 1-15
A: Which is David?
B: David? There he is. He's wearing a
A: I guess so. Yes, it's pretty big.
B: You definitely need a smaller one.
Pronunciation, Task 1 --

jacket and tie. And he has reddish- 1. pants


blonde hair. 3. 2. jackets
A: Okay. Thanks. A: Are the sneakers comfortable? 3. sneakers
B: Well, I think they're a little small 4. earrings
2. for me. 5. blouses
A: I'm looking for Monica. A: Too small? Let me find abigger Pait.
And 6. purses
B: Oh, she's wearing a long dress.
she wears glasses. 4.
cD 1-16
A: Does she have long hair? A: Are those jeans alright?
B: No, it's not reallY long. B: I'm afraid they're too big for me. Pronunciation, Task 2
A: Okay, then let's find a smaller pair. 1. dresses
3.
A: Which one is Nick? 5. 2. hats
B: He's wearing a dark suit and a tie... A: How does the T-shirt fit? Is it 3. shoes
and sneakers. too tight? 4. windbreakers
A: Sneakers? Okay. Thanks. B: Do you have a looser one? 5. skirts
6. glasses
4. 6.
A: I'm looking for Emma. A: How do you like the sandals? page13, CD1-17
B: There she is, over there. She's wearing B: Too big, I'm afraid.
A: Too big? Let me find a smaller size.
Dictation
white pants and a red blouse.
A: The one with a scarf? A: What are you going to wear to
B: Yeah.
page12, CD1-14 the party?
Listening 3 B: I'm not sure. I might wear jeans.
5. A: Really? Ann andlizare wearing dresses.
A: Who's Andrew? 1. B: Oh. Well, maybe I'll wear a black
B: He's wearing shorts and a T-shirt. Sonia was very well dressed. She had skirt. So, what are You going to wear?
He has short blonde hair. on ajacket and long, dark blue skirt. A: Oh, probably nice pants and a tie.
A: Oh, l see him. Thanks. She was also wearing a ye1low blouse. B: But you don't have any ties, do You?
She wasn't carryingabag,brtt she did A: Oh, that's right. Maybe I can
6.
have a small wallet with her. Oh, and borrow one.
A: I'm looking for Kate. I remember she had nice gold earrings.
B: Mm... There she is. She's wearing I also remember her shoes. She was
a yellow skirt, a blue blouse and
red sandals.
wearing black shoes with very high heels. Unit 4: Routines
A: Thanks. 2.
pqge14, CD 1-18
Matt was very casually dressed. He was
7. Listening
wearing some really old jeans - You 1
A: Is Mary here tonight?
know, the ones with holes in them - witl 't.
B: Yes, she is. See her over there? She's
a wide leather belt and a blue shirt with
wearing jeans and a green shirt. A: Excuse me, what's the time?
buttons. He had on some boots too' high
A: Jeans and a green shirt. B: Uh, it's ten fifteen.
brown ones. They looked really nice.
B: Yes, and she's wearing a funnY hat. A: Thanks.
He was also wearing glasses. He usually
8. wears a couple of big rings, but he was 2.
A: Where's Ben? only wearing one todaY. A: Do you have the time?
B: Oh, the bodybuilder. He's wearing B: Let me see. Yeah. It's ten after two.
sneakers, shorts and a tight shirt' A: Two ten? Thanks.
as usual.

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3. Not really. I usually getup at a In the evbning I usually hang out with
A: What time is it now? quarter to eight. friends and play some more video games.
B: Hey, it's exactly twelve o'clock. I usually go to bed at one or two in the
5.
Midnight. Happy New Year! morning.
A: Did you watch the eleven o'clock
4. news last night, Mia? pagelT, CD 1-21
A: Can you tell me the timg please? B: No... I was asleep. I usually go to bed
B: Yeah, it's eleven thirty. around ten. Pronunciation, Task 1
A: Wow, I'm late. Thanks. A: Ten o'clock? That's pretty earh 1. thirteen
isn't it? 2. fifteen
5. B: Yeah, well, I'd like to stay up later... 3. sixteen
A: Do you know what time it is? but I have to get up at six a.m. to 4. thirry
B: Yeah. It's a qu;afie.r to four. go to work. s. fifty
A: Thanks a lot.
6.
6. sixry
6. A: Hi, James, what's new?
A: I'm late again. What time is it now? page17, CD1-22
B: Well, I got a new job a few
B: It's seven fifty. weeks ago. Pronunciation, Task 2
A: Class starts at eight. I've only got A: Really? Congratulations! How do you 1. forty
ten minutes. like it? 2. sixteen
B: Well, it's great, except for the hours. 3. eighty
pagel5, CD 1-19
I work the night shift. 4. seventeen
listening 2 A: Oh, no! When do you sleep? 5. nineteen
B: Well, I go to bed at eight in the 6. fourteen
1.
morning. I sleep all day, and get up at
A: Hey, Sandra, do you want to go to the
four in the afternoon. pagelT, CD 1-23
movies tonight?
Maybe... what time? page76, CD 1-20 Dictation
How about the nine fifteen show? A: You look tired, Jake.
Oh, that's too late for me... I usually Listening 3
B: Yeah, I'm always tired. I have to get
go to bed at eight thirty. 1. up at five fifteen every day.
A: So early? Peter: Let's see. I get up at five fifteen A: Five fifty? Why so early?
B: Yeah.... I have to get up at five a.m. every morningand go running. Then, B: Not five fifty, five fifteen. Anyway,
to study before school. after I have a shower and a quick I go running before work, then I have
A: Five a.m.? Why don't you study breakfast, I take the subway to work. to catch a six fiflry train to the city.
at night? I usually do some work on the subway A: Oh, I see. So, do you go to bed early?
B: I don't like to stay up late. I'm a I get to work at seven in the morning, B: No, I'm a night owl. Iast night I was
morning person. and I usually work until eight at night. up until one fifteen.
2. A.fter I get homg I have dinner. Then A: That's not enough sleep, Jake! Maybe
A: You look tired, John. I read the newspaper before bed. I usually you should get a new job.
B: Yeah, well, I'm always tired. go to bed about eleven o'clock.
A: Really? What time do you go to bed? 2.
B: Usually around midnight. I like to Amelia: I'm pretry busy these days. I get Unit 5: Dates
stay up late. But I have to get up at six up early, around six thirfy, then have
fifteen to go to work. page18, CD1-24
breakfast - usually cereal and a big cup of
3. tea. Then I take the bus to school. While Listening 1
I'm on the bus, I usually text my friends.
A: Do you want to go running tomorrow
Let's see, I have classes from 9:00 until
l.
morning, Sam? A: Have you been here long?
B: It depends... what time? 3:00. After classes, I go home and study
B: No, we arrived a few days ago, on the
A: How about six o'clock? for a few hours. Then I have dinner with
first of the month.
B: Six o'clock? I don't get up until my family. After dinn'er, I play video
A: And how long are you staying?
around nine ttrirty! games for an hour or so, then chat with
B: We're staying exactly two weeks. We
A: Wow, you get a lot of sleep! my friends online. Finally, I take a shower,
leave on the 14th.
B: Not really.... I usually stay up until then go to bed - usually around ten o'clock.
about three in the morning. 2.
3.
A: When did you get here?
4. Charlie: My routine? Well, I'm looking for
B: I arrived on the 4th.
A: Are you a morning person or a night a job at the moment, so I don't have much
A: Will you be here long?
person, Grace? of a routine. Every day is a little different.
B: Until the 13*r. Not long enough, reafir-
B: Oh, definitely a night person. But I usually get up around eleven. Then
A: Really? I go running. After that I have a big lunch 3.
B: Yeah, I can't fall asleep before - I'm always hungry because I don't have A: Did you just arrive?
midnight. I usually go to bed around breakfast. After lunch I play video games B: I arrived on July 2nd.
one a.m. for of hours. Then I go online to
a couple A: Are you enjoying your vacation?
A: Huh. Do you sleep late in the morning? look for jobs - but no luck yet! After that I B: Oh, yes. But it's too shorl I leave on
usually watch some TV then have dinner. the 10th.

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A: Oh! Sorry! I forgot all about it. So, did poge21, CD 1-29
4.
A: When did you arrive? you have abigparty or something? Dictation
B: We got in on the 5th. B: No. I had to study because of the
exams at school. A: When are you going on vacation, Nick?
A: How long are you staYing? B: We're leaving on August sixteenth.
B: We're leaving on the 15th. We're just 2. A: And when are you coming back?
staying ten days. A: Have you had your birftday yet, Eva? B: On August twenty-third.
5. B: No. It's in two months. A: Oh, no. That means you'll miss mY
A: Did you just arrive? A: Oh, that's right. So what are you parry on the twenty-second.
B: We got here on the 3rd. planning to do this time? B: What do you mean? I'11 be back
A: And do you plan to staY long? B: I'm going to New York with mY mom before the ftventy-seventh.
B: Yes, we're not leaving until the end of and dad. A: I said the tvventy-second, not the
the month. A: Hey! Fabulous! ttventy-seventh, but maYbe I can
A: The 31st? change the date. Are you free on the
3.
B: That's right. thirty-first?
A: Have you had your birthday yet, Julia?
6. B: No. It's not'til next month. Don't
A: When did you arrive? forget this timel
B: On the 6th. A: Don't worry. I won't. Unit 6: Jobs
A: And when are you leaving? B: I'm planning to have a barbecue.
page22, CD 1-30
B: On the 16th. 4. Listening 1
A: Is your birthday this month or next
page19, CDl-25
month, Luke? I can't remember. 1.
Listening 2 B: Oh, it was a month ago. I'm a salesperson. I sell computers. I like
A: Really. So, how was it? my job. It's real1y interesting. And I meet
1.
B: It was okay, but very quiet. I had a lots of interesting peoPle.
This is Dr. Costello's office. We're calling
family parry at home.
to change your dental aPpointment 2.
A: Oh, that sounds nice.
to August 3rd at 9:30 in the morning. Yes, I like it a lot. I like acting in front of
Thank you. poge2|, CDl-27 lots of people. One day I hope to write a
book about my work.
2. Pronunciation, Task 1
Hi, Jack. It's Julia. I'm calling about 3.
Nicole's birthday parry. It's on July 28th
1. first It's an interestingiob, and it's good for
at 8 p.m. Are you free? I'll call you later'
2. second me because I love travel and flying. I visit
3. third lots of countries every year. And well - I
3. 4. fourth know it's silly, but I like my uniform.
Hello, Jack. This is Aunt Betry. How are 5. fif*r
you, darling? Listen, I'm coming to town 6. sixth 4.
next month and I'd love to see You. I'm 7. seventh It's a good job for me because I like
aruiving on August the 10th at 77'.75 8. eighth food and I love cooking. Lots of famous
in the morning. I'11 call you from the 9. nlnth people come to our restaurant, too.
airport. Bye! 10. tenth
5.
11. wventieth
4. Nursing is a good job for me. I like
12. thirry-first
Hi, Jack. This is Peter. Listen, I can't play helping people - you know, sick people.
tennis on Saturday. Are you free Sunday page2l, CD 1-28 6.
afternoon, ltly 26rh, around three?
Pronunciation, Task 2 I like my work because I work outside.
5. It's hard work, but the pay's good and it
Hello, Jack. This is Sam. I'11 be back from 1. keeps me in shape.
my trip on Tuesday, SePtember 22nd' A: When is your birthdaY, George?
Let's meet in my office that TuesdaY B: It's on March sixth. page23, CD 1-31
around 6 p.m., okaY? Let me know. 2. Listening 2
6. A: When's your birthdaY, KellY?
1.
This is Star travel. We've booked your B: It's January second.
A: Hi, Ryan.
flight to New Orleans for next month. 3. B: oh, hi.
You leave on August 2nd on flight 101 A: Hey Abby, isn't tomorrow Your A: Are you still working in the bank?
from Kennedy Airport at 2 P.m. birthday? B: Yeah.
B: Not, it's not until the thirtieth.
page2O, CD1-26 2.
4. A: Where are you working now Bridget?
Listening 3 A: Dan, do you remember when Helen's B: I just started as a chef in an Italian
1. birthday is? restaurant. Come and try mY food.
A: Isntityourbirthdaythismonth,Henry? B: Hmm... I think it's October seventh. A: Sounds great - I'd love to!
B: Heyl It was a month ago.

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3. B: Yeah, I like it a lot. There's just one 4. doctor;
A: Are you still at school, Jake? thing I don't like. 5. police officer
B: No, I graduated from college last A: What's that? 6. architect
month. B: The distance to school. It's too far
A: Congratulations! And what are you away. It takes me an hour to drive page25, CD 1-35
doing now? there every day
B: Nothing much. I'm tired. I'm taking a A: Wow. That must be awful!
Dictation
long vacation. B: It is, but the schools tlrat are near me A: My job is so boring. I really don't like
aren't as good. being a receptionist.
4. B: Really? Maybe you should try
A: What do you do, Marie? 3.
somettring new.
B: Me? I'm a lawyer. A: How's your new job going, Anna? A: I don't know. I've always wanted to
A: How long have you been doing that? B: Good, thanks. I really like it. be an architect, but I'd have to go back
B: For about five years. Do you need a A: What do you like best about it?
to school.
good lawyer? B: I think it's the people I work with. B: So do it!
Well, not yetl They are so nice.
A: I can't. I need to make money, so I
A: People make all the difference in the can't quit my job.
5. job, don't they?
A: Are you a receptionist, Suzanne? B: Could you work part time in an o$ice
B: They sure do. The only trouble is, I and also take classes?
B: Yes, I am. have to travel a lot. I'm away from
A: Do you like the people you A: Well, maybe. I'll think about it.
home about two weeks every month.
work with? A: Yeah, *rat can be difficult.
B: Well, it's my first week on the job, so B: It is. I hope I won't have to travel so
I'm not sure yet. much next year. Unit 7: Favorites
6. 4. page26, CDl-36
A: Are you stil1 a tennis instructor, Rose? A: Do you enjoy being a salesperson,
B: No, I'm not. I didn't like it.
Listening 1
Rachel?
A: So what are you doing now? B: Yes, I do like it. I get to meet so 1.
B: Well, I'm trying to find a new job. many people. A: Sorry, I can't go out tonight. I'm
A: Is it hard work? staying home to watch "The World's
7.
A: Do you work in an office, Patrick? B: Yes, it can be. I don't like the long Greatest Talent".
B: Not anymore. Now I'm an English hours. I'm always really tired when I B: Really? Huh. I've never seen ttrat.
teacher. I just had my first class. get home at night. A: You're kiddingl You have to watch it!
A: That's too bad. Why don't you quit? Tonight's the finals! Everyone's going
Really? How was it?
B: Because I think my boss is great to to be watching it!
It was terrific!
work for. B: Okay, okay. Maybe I will.
8.
5. 2.
A: Are you still working at the bookstore,
A: How long have you been working in A: Isn't she amazing?
Alison?
a restaurant, Martin? B: Yeah, she has a beautiful voice.
B: Yeah, but I don't like it. I have to
B: For more than five years. A: And she writes such great songs.
stand all day and I get so tired.
A: Wow. You must really enjoy it. B: Yeah. She's so creative.
A: I'm sorry to hear that!
B: Oh no, I don't enjoy it at all. It's hard 3.
poge24, CD 1-32 work and pretty tiring, too. I'm on my A: She's incredible.
feet all night.
Listening 3 A: Oh, I see.
B: Yeah, she's ttre best. Did you know
she started playing when she was
1. B: But the tips arc great. I really should only two years o1d?
A: So how do you like yourjob, Chris? find a betterjob soon, though. A: Two? I was still learning to walk at
B: Well, it was okay at first, but now, that age!
after two years, I don't like it. page25, CD 1-33
B: Yeah. And she started playing
A: Oh, why is that? Pronunciation, Task 1 professionally when she was
B: It's boring. I do the same thing every only 16, and I think she's scored
day. I'm really sick of it.
1. server
2. flight attendant something like a hundred goals in her
A: So why don't you change jobs? professional career.
B: I'm well-paid. I like the money!
3. teacher
A: Oh, I see. But you should leave if 4. construction worker 4.
you're not happy. 5. businessperson A: What are you doing? Studying?
B: Yeah, maybe I should. 6. receptionist B: Well, sort of. I'm taking a little break.
Hey, take a look at this. It's really cool.
2. page25, CD 1-34
You have to sneak past the guards and
A: Do you like teaching children, Alexa? Pronunciation, Task 2 shoot King Everest to get to the next
B: Oh, yes! I love working with kids. level. I only started playlng it a few
They're so much fun. 1. actor
days ago and I've akeady gottm to dre
Well, I guess you have the perfect job! 2. electrician
fourth level.
3. musician

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A: Awesome! Can I have a turn?! I'll bet 6. poge29,,CD 1-40
I can get to the fourth level on mY I like to know what's happening in' Dictation
first try! the world, so I check out this site
every day while I'm eating breakfast. A: What's your favorite TV show Ryan?
5.
I also really like the celebrity gossip B: Oh, probably My Crary Life.
A: Hey, Sam, want to go to Giovanni's
news! I just found out today that Jeb A: Really? What's it about?
tonight?
Hawkes and Alisou Romano broke up B: Well, it's a drama about a group of
B: Giovanni's? I don't think I've ever last week while they were starring in friends. It has a lot of romance.
been there.
a movie together. A: Huh. I've never seen it. Who's in it?
A: You haven't? They have the best pizza B: Max Fox and Lindsay Jones.
in the world! poge28, CD 1-38 A: Oh, Max is one of my favorite actors!
B: They do? Well then let's go right now! When is it on?
I'm really hungry. Listening 3 B: It's on Thursdays at 9:00. Or you can
1. watch it online.
6.
A: Can you change the station? Let's ...and this weekend the country's
listen to ninety seven Point nine. most popular movie was The Terror
B: Oh, come on, I want to listen to in August. It made S20 million Unit 8: Sports and
dollars. It seems Americans want to
this sports talk show. What's so
be really scared!
Exercise
great about ninety seven point ninq
anyway? 2. page3O, CDl-41
A: Well, they play the top hits - onlY Spring is here! The Freeville Blue Listening 1
new stuff.
Jays first game of the season is
B: Right. ONLY the top hits. Don't you always a fun event for our town. 1.
get tired of listening to the same ten And this year, Freeville's favorite A: Do you play sports on weekends, Rita?
songs all day? team is giving away free baseballs B: No, I hate sports.
A: No, not if they're my favorite songs! for one night only. A: Really? So what do you do on
weekends?
page27, CD1-37 3. B: Uh, I watch my favorite Programs
...and what is the favorite store of your on TV
Listening 2 favorite celebrities? Star Rocker Clothes, A: Well, that's not too tiring!
1. of coursel And next week they're having
This website is great. They have a great their once-a-year sale - everything is 2.
selection - rock, rap, jazz... old, new, 50% off! A: Do you like sports, Curlis?
international :-and it's not as expensive B: Surq I play a lot of sports.
4. A: So, what sports do you play?
as other sites. I've downloaded hundreds
Every girl's new favorite band is the B: Well, everything. Baseball, volleyball,
of songs!
Brady Brothers. Their 2 concerts in swimming-but my favorite sPort
2. Boston sold out in five minutes, so is tennis.
This is my favorite website because it they've added 2 more shows. Good luck A: Oh yeah?
helps me stay in touch with my friends getting tickets! B: Yeah, I play every day after work.
and family. Also I've made lots of new
5. 3.
friends. The only problem is that I spend
...and the new favorite restaurant A: You're in great shape, Robert.
too much time on it when I should
in town is Super Burger. Everyone B: Thanks.
be studying!
is going there to try the new menu. A: So, how do you do it?
3. Even celebrities are going! Get there B: Well, I go to the pool about three
This site is so much fun! I'm alwaYs before it opens at 11:00 or You won't times a week, and I swim for about
finding really funny videos. I haven't get a table! two hours.
posted any of my own videos Yet, A: Two hours? Are you practicing for the
6.
though. I'11 probably start doing that Olympic Games or something?
And for the third week in a row the
soon.
most popular TV show in America is 4.
4. The Island. Everyone seems to love the A: How do you keep in shape Jon?
This is a great website for planning exciting adventures of Captain Smith. B: Me? I travel.
vacations. It has lots of terrific Will you be watching on SundaY? A: What do you mean, you travel?
information about interesting places to B: We1l, I ride my bike about 20 miles
visit, hotels, and how to get good deals. page29, CD 1-39
every weekend.
5. Pronunciation 5.
I hardly ever go to the mall. Why should 1. What's your favorite TV show? A: Wow! What happened?
I? I can buy almost everything I need at 2. Who's your favorite actor? B: I went skiing.
this website. They have a big selection, 3. Why do you like it? A: Gee. That looks pretry bad.
they deliver quickly, and their prices are 4. When do you usuallY watch TV2 B: Yeah.
the best on the Internet. Sometimes they A: Do you ski often?
offer free shipping, too. B: No. It was my first time.

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out at the gym r(ear my house for a few page33, *CD 1-46
Do you get much exercisg hours. I also play baseball with some.
Yes, Ido. Iwalkalot.
Joe?
friends from school. It's so much funl
Dictation
Where? A: Do you play any sports, Nick?
2. B: Yes, I love playing sports. But my
To McDonald's. Yeah, I walk there
about four times a week to get a
I don't like jogging or doing anything too favorite sport is volleyball.
energetic. I prefer taking walks. I like to A: Really? Are you on a team?
hamburger and fries.
take a short walk every day through the B: Yeah, I am. It's a lot of fun.
park across from my house. Sometimes
Poge31, CDl-42 A: How often do you play?
my boyfriend goes with me. It's nice to B: Oh, about twice a week. So, how
Listening 2 talk and look at the flowers and ffees. about you? Do you play sports?
1. On Sunday, I like to swim, but for only A: Well, itdepends. Do you think
A: You look like you're in great shape about a half hour. I sleep the rest of playrng video games is a sport?
David. the weekend. B: Umm.... I'm not sure about *rat. ii
B: Well, I
go to the gym every day after 3. ]li
work, and on Saturdays, too. I love it. I am a big soccer fan, but I only watch it
Do you work out? on TV I can't stand playing it! There are Unit 9: Locations
2. great games to watch on weekends. I also
enjoy watching tennis. I'd like to learn poge34, CD2-2
A: Do you play a lot of sports?
B: Yes, I do. someday, but I don't like to sweat. I love Listening 1
A: Do you like volleyball? chess and often play with my younger
sister. She's really good at it and usually 1.
B: Yeah, I play volleyball during
wins. On weekends, I love to play video A: Mom, have you seen my magazine?
the week.
games with some of my friends. B: I think it's in the living room next to
A: Want to play with me and my
the TV
friends tonight? 4.
I just love to exercise! I like many 2.
different sports. Let's see. . ..I like A: Now where's today's newspaper? I
You're in good shape Zach. Do you
swimming a lot. I get up very early, can't find it anywhere.
play a lot of sports?
around 5 a.m., and swim for two hours B: Oh, I was reading it. It's on the sofa,
B: Yes, I do. I love sports. I play between the cushions.
volleyball on Thursdays, and on from Monday to Friday. I also enjoy
Saturdays and Sundays I play tennis. basketball and play with a group of 3.
A: Which one do you like best? friends from work every Tuesday night. A: Do you know where the remote
And I've also started playrng golf this control is?
4. year. Before playng,I jog to warm up. B: Look in the living room. I think I saw
A: Do you like playing sports?
5. it in front of the TV
B: Nah, not really I don't like exercising
I enjoy exercisq but I don't do it as A: Oh, yeah.
at all. But I do watch a lot of baseball
on TV! much as I should. I meet a friend every 4. I
A: You really should get some exercise. Wednesday and we play tennis. I'm not A: Where's my tennis racket? Did Dad
a very good player, but it's fun and we t
borrow it again? I wish he'd ask me.
5. usually play for an hour. On weekends, B: I saw it in your bedroom, under {
A: What kinds of sports do you play? I like to bike around our neighborhood. your bed. ,j
B: Let's see. Wel1, in the summer I enjoy I guess I spend an hour or two doing A: Oh, yeah. That's right. "l
windsurfing. But I don't do anything that. Oh, and I love baseball, but only ,i
in the winter. watching it while sitting on ttre couch page35, CD2-3
A: Whynot? eating popcorn!
6. page33, CD1-44
ti*er,nr?
A: So, do you get any exercise? 1.
B: WelI, not much. I don't have a lot of Pronunciation, Task 1 A: Do you think I should put the
free time, but about once a week I magazine rack next to the window?
1. I play tennis a lot.
walk for an hour. B: No. Not next to the window. I'd put it $
2. Ilike to take walks. in the corner next to the sofa. It will
A: Oh. Where do you walk? 3. What sports do you play? il
look nice there. rl!
4. Do you like watching sports? xt
poge32, CD 1-43 fr
2.
Listening 3 poge33, CDl-45 A: Where do you think I should put the fl{t
il
1. Pronunciation, Task 2 coffee table? Should I put it next to il
the sofa? s
I think exercise is so importaot to good 1. I go to the gym every day. B: I think it will be better in front of tre fl
health. There's a rcally good sports club 2. I watch a lot of baseball on TV sofa. It'lI be more usefirl therq I triDk f,
near my school. During the week" I play $
3. What do you do on weekends? u
tennis there for an hour before school 4. Do you play tennis?
starts. On weekends, I usually work $
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A: What about ttre plant stand? It might A: These look like your car keys. Where Dictation
be nice nefi to the window. do you usually keep them?
next to fhe window, either on the B: They're my extra apartment keys, A: Why doesn't anyone ever clean up
B: Yes,
actually. Just put them in one of the this mess? Have you seen my purse?
left or on the right.
drawers in the desk. B: Don't you usually keep it in the
A: I think I'11 put it on the right.
A: The top ftvo drawers are already full desk drawer?
4. of stuff, so I'll put them in the bottom A: Yes, but it isn't there now.
A: Now what about the bookshelf? It's drawer for you. They'Il be inside an B: Oh, there it is, on the table.
so big! A: Oh, great. Thanks. Okay, now... do
empty box.
Hmm. What do you think? B: Okay. you know where my keys are?
How about next to the door, against B: Well, I know they aren't on the hook
the wall? 4. where they belong.
B: To the left of the door? A: Do you want me to put this baseball A: Wait a minute... uh, I think I left
cap away? them in the car. But I don't know
it behind the door.
B: Yeah. Just put where the car is!
Now I need to find a place for this old A: Where? Should I hang it on the
chair that my mom gave me. doorknob?
B: How about over ttrere?
A: You mean in front of the window?
B: No, on the hook behind the door. Unit 10: The Family
It will be fine therg thanks.
6. A: I didn't know you wore a baseball cap. page 38, CD 2-8
A: We still have to find a place for this B: It's not mine. It's my brother's. LiStening l
end table. 5.
B: Yes, where can we put it? 1.
A: Do you need these glasses?
A: How about next to the sofa, in the A: That's me in the middle. That's my
B: Not right now. I only use them for
corner near the door? oldest niecg Megan, on the right.
reading. Do you see the case they
Yes, good. Is that okay now? She's in her second year of college.
go in?
And that's my nephew on the left.
A: I don't see it.
He just finished high school.
Where is a good place for the TV? B: Oh, never mind. Leave them on
B: Oh, he's handsome.
How about in the far left corner, to the coffee table, next to those sheets
the left of the window? of paper.
A: Yeah, that sounds good. I'll put it Okay. That's me in the middle.
there. There. How does it look? Who are the other two?
Those are my brothers, Nigel and
8. There's a belt lying on the floor here.
Trevor. They're twins.
A: What about the dinner table? Oh yes, that's my brother's. He leaves
How old are they?
B: Maybe we can put the dinner table his clothes eve4rwhere. It drives
They're fifteen.
against the wa1l, across from the sofa. me craryl
In the middle of the wall. Should I put it somewhere?
A: Across from the sofa, against the wall. Leave it on the chair. He always That's me and my parents.
Is that what you mean? sits there. Boy! You look just like your dad.
Okay. The chair next to the window? No, I don't.
page36, CD2-4 That's right.
Listening 3 poge37, CD2-5 This is a picture of my son and
daughter.
Pronunciation, Task 1
B: Is your daughter younger than
Do these magazines go on the
bookshelf?
f. is your son?
2. isn't A: Yes, much younger. }Je's 24.
Yes. Put them on the bookshelf,
3. do B: How old is your daughter?
please. On the top is fine.
A: Should I put them beside the dictionary?
4. don't A: She's 12.
5. are B: That's a big difference.
B: Yes, next to the dictionary will be fine.
A: I'd like to read these magazines later.
6. arcr,'t
5.
They look interesting. 7. does
A: These are my parents and that's mY
8. doesn't grandmother on the left.
page37, CD2-6 B: How old is she?
What about ttre remote control for
A: She's 80.
the TV? Pronunciation, Task 2 B: She looks young for 80.
B: Put it beside the TV
A: There's amagazine there, the TV 1. It isn't on top of the TV 6.
program guide. Should I put it on top 2. Your glasses are on the desk. A: This is my fa*rer with mY mom, mY
of the magazine? 3. I don't know where the newspaper is.
grandmother, my sister, and my cousin.
B: That's fine. And remind me to get a 4. Does it look good in front of the B: Which one is your mother?
new battery for the remote when we window? A: The one all the way on the right.
go downtown. B: Oh, yes.
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page39, CD2-9 taking photographs of wild birds when
Listening 2 I'm in the countryside. My dad and I Unit 1 1: Entertainment
often go away for the weekend and we page 42, CD2-13
have a great time birdwatching. My
A: Do you have any brothers and sisters, sister thinks I'm crazy. When my sister Listening 1
Natalie? has free time, she loves to play cards. I
1.
B: No brothers. I wish I did. But I have can't stand card games. A: So do you think we should go and
three sisters.
4. see it?
A: Really!
I enjoy reading. I read a lot of books and B: Yes,I think so. I hear it's very good.
B: Yeah. And I'm the youngest.
I love going to the library. My dad likes My friend said the story is great.
A: Poor youl
outdoor things. He's really into sports A: Yeah... I've heard it's full of action.
and swimming, andhe always tells me I 2.
Tell me about your family, Abby. should get more interested in sports. But A: What's the weather going to be like
Well, I have one brother-he's older mom tells me that rcading is the best way on Saturday?
than me. to learn. She always gives me books that B: Hot and sunny.
What does he do? she's been reading. A: Oh, good, so let's go then. It'll be
He's a student. And I have two perfect for swimming.
younger sisters. 5.
I'm very interested in computers. I'm B: Yeah. But I just want to lie on the
A: Wow. You have a big family. sand and sleep.
always teaching myself new computer
3. programs and I have a lot of great
3.
A: Do you have any brothers or sisters, software. My brother and I spend all our A: What time is the game?
Ben? free time in computer stores and online. B: It's at two o'clock.
B: Just one-my siste4 Anna. My sister is more interested in the arts. A: Great. Are you playing?
A: Is she older than you? She likes music and she loves to read. B: Sure.
B: Yes, she is. She always bosses She hates computers!
me around! 4.
6. A: What do you want to do this
4. I love traveling. My mother and I go to weekend?
A: Tell me about your family, Rosie. a different place every year. Both of us B: I don't know. What do you want
B: Well, I come from quite a big family. love to learn new things about cultures. to do?
I have two brothers, both of them My father never goes with us because A: I don't know.
younger than me. he hates flying. My older sister is in B: Hey, I know. Let's get the guys and
A: Really? Do you have any sisters? college so she stays home and studies go rollerblading.
B: Yeah. I have one older and one while we're away. Sometimes I wish my A: Okay.
younger sister. sister and my father would travel with us
You're lucky. I wish I came from a because I miss them. 5.
big family. A: What do you need to buy?
page41, CD2-11 B: Well, I need some new jeans.
5. A: And I need some shirts.
A: Do you come from a big family, Tim? Pronunciation
B: Okay. Lett go on Saturday afternoon.
B: No, I'm an only child. It's just me and 1. Do you have any brothers?
my parents. 2. What does he do? 6.
3. Who do you look like? A: Want to come with me on Saturday?
page4O, CD2-10 4. What are their names? I don't think it'll be too hot. It's great
listening 3 exercise.
page4l, CD2-12 B: Okay. I'11 pack a lunch. Maybe we can
1. ride to the park and have a picnic.
Both of my parents are taller than me.
Dictation A: Great idea.
My dad is pretty tall, but my brother is A: Do you have a big family, Eva?
even taller than my dad. Together they B: Kind of. I have a younger brother and poge43, CD2-14
look like a basketball team! My sister and an older sister.
I are the short ones in the family. A: Really? How old are they? IElSring z
B: Let's see... my brother is eighteen and 1.
2. A: Hello.
my sister is twenty-five.
My brotler isn't interested in music at all. B: Hi, Emma. This is Nate.
A: Oh. What does your sister do?
He's into cars, like my dad. But I'm not A: Hi, Nate. How's it going?
B: She's a chef.
interested in cars. I play the guitar and B: Pretry good, thanks. Hey, would you
A: A chef? What a cool job! How do you
the piano. I
guess I love music because of
like her food? like to go to a movie on Friday night?
my mum. She sings beautifully. She plays A: A movie? Sure. I think I'm free
B: I haven't tried it, actually She lives
the piano really well, too. Friday night. What movie do you
in California.
3. want to see?
I love animals. I keep a couple of
parrots in a big cage in my room. I love

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2. B: Oh, sorry. I have to gci downtown. Unit 12: Prices
A: He11o. I have an appointment.
B: Hi, Anne. This is Mary. A: Oh, okay. Page46, CD2-19
A: Oh, hi, Mary. How are you?
B: Great. Look, I'm calling about the
4. Listening 1
A: Olivia, do you want to come over to
weekend. I'm having aparty.
my house for dinner Wednesday?
A party'. That sounds fun. When? B: Thanks, I'd love to. What time? Can I help you?
On Saturday night. A: Around 6:30. Yes, how much are these shoes?
Saturday night is fine with me.
B: Okay. See you then. They're on sale. Let's see...They're S55-
Great. Uh-huh.
5. Do you want to try them on?
A: Hey, Adam, let's play tennis on No, thanks.
Hello. Sunday afternoon.
Hello, Rachel. This is Jake. B: Sunday afternoon? I can't. I'm going
Oh, hi Jake. away for the weekend. Maybe some How much is this computer?
I'm calling about Friday night. Are other time? It's on sale for $1,899.
you doing anything? s1,899!
A: Sure.
I don't tlink so. Do you want to buy it?
Great. How about going dancing 6. That's okay. I'm just looking.
with me? A: Hey, Jen. I'm going shopping
Dancing? Sure. Thanks. You know I Friday night. I need a new dress. 3.
love to dance. What time? Want to come? A: This tie isn't bad. How much is it?
B: Friday night? Okay, I'm not doing B: It's $36.95.
4. anything special. A: 536.95. Well, maybe I don't really
A: Hello. A: Good. Let's go after work. need a tie. Thanks, anyway.
B: Hi, Anne. This is Michael. B: Fine.
A: HL Michael. What's up?
B: There's a soccer game on Sunday These shorts are nice, aren't they?
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afternoon. Yes, and they're only 526.95. Do you
A: A soccer game? Pronunciation, Task 1 want to take them?
B: Yeah. Would you like to go? Yeah,I think I will.
1. I can come to your p1ay.
A: Oh, sorry. I'm not free on Sunday. 2. I cart't come to your party.
B: Oh, well, some ottrer time, maybe. 3. They can go to the beach with us. How much are these earrings?
5. They're only $14.25.
page45, CD2-17 They're nice. I'll take them.
A: Hello.
B: Hi, Jack. This is Kate. Pronunciation, Task 2 Okay.
A: Oh, hi Kate. 1. We can't go to the movies tonight.
B: Hey, there's a good movie on TV 2. You can do whatever you want That camera looks interesting. How
tonight. Do you want to come over today. much is it?
and watch it with me? 3. I can go to the soccer game B: It's on sale. It was 5145, but now it's
A: Oh, I'd love to, but I can't tonight. with you. only S125.
I have too much work to do. 4. She can't meet me for dinner. A: Hmm. Well, I'll think about it.
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Listening 3 Dictation Listening 2
1. A: How about going to a movie on 1.
A: Josh, would you like to go out for Saturday night? Let's see. Soup. That's two for a dollar.
dinner Thursday? B: Saturday night? Sorry I can't. I have And a bottle of shampoo-S6.50. So that
B: Thursday? Oh, I'd love to, but I have to work. comes to 57.50 and your change is 512.50.
to meet my sister for dinner. A: Oh, that's too bad.
A: Oh, well, some other time, then. B: Yeah. I can go to the movies Friday 2.
B: Sure. night, though. Are you free then? Okay, now-let me see what you've got.
A: Yes, I think so. Can you check what's The DVD- a good one, one of my favorite
2. movies - is $22.95, and the batteries are
playing? I can't find my phone.
A: Melissa, would you like to see a movie on sale for $4.95. So, let me see.... That
B: Okay, let's see... How about
on Saturday? comes to $27.9O. So here's your changg
The Monster's Return? There's
B: That sounds great. What time? two dollars and ten cents.
a 7:30 show.
A: At 9:30? give
A: That sounds good. Think you can 3.
B: A1l right.
me aride? Yes, can I help you? Okay. Let's see. The
3. B: Sure. I'll pick you up around seven. newspapers are S1.50, and the magazines
A: Hey, Jack, let's go for coffee after class See you Fnday. will cost another...S8.15. Yes, so that's,
on Monday. let me see, 59.65, right? Here's your
change S10.35.

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4. people. Public schools are better in the B: Well, let me see. I'll just have sorne
So you're taking the T-shirt-nice choice. US., and they're freq so most people here soup and a salad.
The color looks good on you. Okay, that's send their children to public schools. A: Sure. Soup and salad. Our special
58.95, then the sotks. They're ano*rer today is grilled fish, and that comes
6.
53.20, so that's S12.15, and here's your with broccoli or peas.
Here in the US. you need to have health
change $7.85. B: No, thanks. Not today. I'm not very
insurance because it costs a lot to see a
hungry. But I would like some
5. doctor or to enter a hospital. At home, you
chocolate ice cream for dessert.
Mmm, I like chocolates, too. Okay, that's don't have to pay much to see a doctor or
A: Sure. Anything to drink?
59.50 for the chocolates. And chocolate go to a hospital because most of the clinics
B: Coffeg and some water, please.
chip cookies, too. Mmm. You really do and hospitals are run by the government.
like chocolate. The cookies are 52.99. 3.
So that's 572.49. And here's your
page49, CD2-22 A: Hi! Have you decided yet?
change 57.51. Pronunciation B: Is the beef stir-fry very spicy?
A: Yes, it's pretry hot.
6. 1. a thousand B: Hmm. I think I'11 have a hamburger
Is this all? Okay. Let's see. Now the 2. onethousand then. And a glass of milk.
magazines are $6.25. And you're taking 3. two hundred and twent5r-seven A: Anything for dessert? The cheesecake
the book? That's 512.00. So that comes 4. two hundred ttventy-seven is excellent.
to $18.25 altogettrer. And here's your 5. four thousand--six hundred and eighteen B: No, thanks.
change. That's a dollar seventy-five. 6. four thousand-six hundred eighteen
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Listening 2
Listenllg_3 page49, CD2-23
1.
1. Dictation A: There you arq sir. Two slices of pizza,
I could never buy a car at home because and alarge cola.
we pay a very high tax on cars. Only rich A: Excuse me. I need a new computer.
What's the price range for your laptops?
B: Thank you. Hmm.
people can really afford tobry acar at C: How does it look?
home. Here in the US., I drive a nice new B: Well, our lowest-priced laptop is only
three hundred twenty-nine ninety-
B: Okay, I guess, but I think I should have
car and I can easily afford it. You don't have ordered three or four slices. These slices
to be rich to own a car, which is great. nine. Our highest-priced model costs
are much smaller than I expected.
two thousand one hundred ninety
2. nine ninety nine. 2.
At home it only costs about $300 a A: That's expensive! Can you tell me A: And here's your order. Steak wittr
month to rent a nice apafiment. That's about the low-priced one? french fries and coffee.
what I used to pay for a four-room B: Well, it's fine for basic use, if you B: Thanks. I can't wait to eat. I'm starving.
apartrnent in a good neighborhood. Here don't play games much. C: It looks okay. How is it?
in the U.S., I pay more than twice that for A: Well, I am a big garneL but I don't B: Let me try. Oh, just perfect.
a much smaller apartment, and it's not in want to spend over a thousand dollars,
a very nice neighborhood. though. 3.
B: This model has a lot of power, and it A: Sorry to keep you waiting. One order
3. of fried chicken with broccoli.
only costs seven hundred ninety nine
I bought a lot of clothes in my country B: Thanks. Oh my! This chicken looks
dollars. It's very popular.
before I moved to the U.S. because pretry dry.
A: Hmm, let me take a look.
everyone told me how expensive C: Really How does it taste?
American clothing is. I was kind of B: I'm afraid it's not very fresh. I think it
surprised that I could get nice clothes must have been frozen.
here for very reasonable prices. In fact, it Unit 13: Restaurants C: Let's send it back.
costs me less for clothes here than it used
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to cost me at home.
Listening 1 A: There's your order, ma'am. Fish, salad,
4. and peas.
In my country, not a lot of people travel 1. B: Oh. But you told me today's vegetable
by plane because it costs more ttran most A: Are you ready to order? was broccoli.
people can afford. But the U.S. is such a B: Yes, I'd like to start with the salad, C: You don't like peas, do you?
big country and the population is largg so please.
B: No, I don't. I hate peas!
you have a lot of people traveling by plane. A: Okay And what would you like for
That's what keeps the prices down. That your main dish? 5.
means I can afford to fly here and I do it B: Hmm. I'11 have the spaghetti. Is it good? A: And here's your dessert. Chocolate
al1 the time. I couldn't do that at home. A: I've never ffied it. Anything to drink? cake and alarge cola.
B: Tea, please. B: Great.
5. A: And how about dessert? C: Wow. That cake looks good. I wish I
Most people send their children to private B: Not today, thanks. had ordered it.
schools at home because the public schools B: Do you want to try it? It's delicious
are not very good. You have to pay a lot 2. C: Just a taste. Mmm. Fabulous.
to do that, so it's a big expense for many A: Hi there. What can I get you today?

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6. soup, butit was much too salty. For my 7. I

A: Did you order the spaghetti? main dish, Ihad a piece of pork. It was Listen. I hope to see you again soon. Irt's
B: That's right, too dry ardhad no taste. The vegetables have lunch sometimg okay?
A: Good. Here you are. And here's were perfect, though-broccoli and peas.
Those are my favorites. Finally, I had a 8.
your cola.
large bowl of chocolate mousse. It was How have you been? And how's your
B: Thanks. I don't think I made a very
just like the chocolate mousse I had in family? It's so nice to see you again.
good choice.
C: Really? France dwing my last vacation-very
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B: Yeah. I think I can make better creamy and delicious. I think I'11 have it
spaghetti than this. next time, too. Listening 2
page53, CD2-27 1.
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A: Hey, how's it going? Are you enjoying
Listening 3 Pronunciation the parry?
1. The pie was delicious. B: Yes, I am. The people here are
1.
2. T1ne French fries were rea11y salty. really nice.
I went to a new steak restaurant last
A: Really. Everyone is so friendly.
night that opened near my house. I love 3. The steak wasn't cooked enough.
trying new places. To start the meal, I 4. The vegetables weren't very fresh. 2.
had an interesting appetizer. It was some A: Hi, Tim. How's everything?
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kind of seafood with a spicy sauce on B: Everything's fine, thanks.
it... Mmm! The main dish, of course, was Dictation A: Hey, hear that? That's Taylor Swift.
steak. It was very small and a little tough, Isn't she great?
A: How was your dinner, Evan?
though. However, the vegetables were B: It was delicious! How about yours? B: Yes, she's really good.
great-nice and fresh, but not too oily. A: Actually, it wasn't great. My
The final thing was the best-the dessert!
3.
vegetables were overcooked. A: Who's that over there? Have you '
It was apple pie with a lot of ice cream B: Really? met her?
on it. I know that I shouldn't eat so many A: Yeah, and the potatoes weren't spicy B: No, I haven't met her before. But I
sweets, but it was deliciousl
enough. think I will now. Nice talking to you.
2. B: Oh, that's too bad. And you know,
Have you ever tried that seafood the service wasn't as fast as it usually 4.
restaurant on Main Street? You should- is here. A: So, how are you, anyway?
A: I guess you're right. Let's eat B: Okay. Not too bad.
it's great! I go there often. In fact, I went Yeah,
somewhere else next time. A: How's everything at work?
there last weekend. To begin, I had a
B: Finq but I'm very busy. I have to
salad. It was nice and fresh with a great
house dressing. My main dish was a fish
work late nearly every night.
that I had never tried. I really enjoyed the Unit 14: Small Talk 5.
spices it was cooked in. The vegetables A: I think I'll get something to eat.
were good-very fresh and tasty. For poge54, CD2-29 The food looks good. Can I get
dessert, I had chocolate cake. It's usually Listening 1 you something?
very delicious, but this timq it was much B: No, I'm not hungry right now, thanks.
too sweet. I couldn't eat more than two 1. A: Okay, talk to you later.
bitesl That's okay, though, because I'm Oh, hello, Michael. I haven't seen you
on a diet. in ages. How is everything with you 6.
these days? A: Hey, hi. I've been thinking about you.
3. I haven't seen you in ages. Did you
My new girlfriend took me to a Chinese 2. have a good trip?
restaurant in her neighborhood the It's been great seeing you again. Geg B: Yeah, it was great. I took a train across
other night. It was pretry good. First look at the time. I've got to run. Talk to Canada. Then I drove to Disneyland.
we had some egg rolls. They were the you 1ater. A: Wow! That's great.
best I had ever tasted. Then we ordered 3.
the beef and pepper stir-fry. It came in 7.
FIow are you, anyway? It's so nice to see A: Hey, great to see you. How have
a very interesting sauce--spicy, but not you. What have you been doing lately?
too spicy. We also ordered the steamed you been?
vegetables, but they were awful. They 4. B: Finq thanks.
were really too soft. The dessert was a It's been really nice talking to you. Let's A: How are your parents?
big bowl of fresh fruit. Some of the fruit get together again soon, okay? B: Oh, Mom andDad are finq thanks.
I had never seen. It was fantastic-and so Mom just started a new job.
5. A: Oh, really?
was my date!
Oh, hi. I've been thinking about you.
4. I haven't seen you in such a long time. 8.
For lunch, my co-worker and I went to How's everything? A: Hi. How have you been?
a nice little French restaurant neat o17t B: Oh, fine, thanks.
6. A: Do you know everyone here?
office. He didn't feel like eating much,
Where have you been? It's been ages. B: Yeah, almost everyone.
so he just had a small salad. I had alarge
How's it going with you?
meal, though. First, I had the onion

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page56, CD2-31 poge57, CD2-32 A: So did'you go to the beach?
Listening 3 Pronunciation B: Not this time I rented a house in the
countTl It was really quiet and peaceful
1. 1. How's your family? And really boring! And the birds woke
A: Hey, I was just talking to Molly. Did 2. How are you? me up at six o'clock every morning.
you know she's leaving the company? 3. How have you been?
B: Really? You're kidding! 4. What have you been doing? 6.
A: Yeah, she's decided to changejobs. A: What did you do on your vacation?
She wants to become an airline pilot. page57, CD2-33 Did you stay home?
B: No, I went skiing.
B. An airline pilot? Wow That's a surprise Dictation A: Really. Did you have a good time?
2. A: Hi, Angela! I haven't seen you for a B: It was great-until I broke my leg!
A. I'm really excited about the rock long time. What's new?
concert next week. I'm glad I got my B: Oh, not much really. I've been 7.
tickets early, because I heard that all studying a lot. What about you? A: How was your vacation?
the tickets had been sold. What have you been up to? B: Vacation? Oh, that!
B. I heard that, too. I'm looking forward A: Uh, not much. I did visit Gina A: Did you go to the beach?
to the concert. It should be greatl last week. B: No, I had to stay home and study.for
B: Oh, nice. So, how's your sister my exam.
these days? A: Sounds awful.
I
got a really cool present for my
A: She's fine, thanks. B: It was. And I failed'the exam!
birthday.
B: And how are your parents? 8.
B: Oh yeah? What is it?
A: Oh, they're pretly busy, but doing well. A: Did you go to California for your
A: My parents gave me abird-a yellow
canary. She's so cute. I've always vacation?
wanted abird. I love when they sing. B: No, I went to Nevada.
B: That's awesome. So what are you Unit 15: Vacations A: To Las Vegas?
going to call her? B: Yeah, Las Vegas.
Page58, CD2-34 A: That's great. How was it?
A: Polly.
listening 1 B: It was all right until I spent all
4. my money!
A: Oh, hey, C1aire just texted me. She 1.
says she's sick. That's why she's not A: Did you have a good vacation? page59, CD2-35
here tonight. B; Not bad. I decided not to go away.
I just stayed home and watched TV
Listening 2 il

B: Yeah. I spoke to her dad this il

morning, and he said she has a really A: You call that a vacation? 1. ,l

bad case of the flu. She's had it for A: Did you have a nice vacation?
2.
about a week. B: It was nothing special. The weather
A: How was your vacation?
A: Sometimes it takes a long time to get was terrible.
B: So-so.
over tlre flu. Claire has been sick a A: That's too bad.
A: Where did you go?
couple of times this year.
B: I went to Hawaii. 2.
B: I know. It's too bad. A: And? A: Did you enjoy your trip to Vancouver?
5. B: Wel1, I went for the sunshing but it B: Yeah, it was fantastic. The people are
A: That guy over there just moved here rained every day! So I couldn't get a tan. so nice.
from Canada. I was talking to him a A: Hey. That's tough!
3.
while ago. He's really interesting. He's
3. A: How was your ski trip?
an actor and he's abeady appeared in a
A: How was your vacation? B: Awful.
couple of movies.
B: Very disappointing. A: Why?
B: Yeah, so he was telling me. He
A: Oh, what did you do? B: There was no snowl
mentioned the names of his movies,
B: Nothing. I stayed fome and helped
but I haven't seen any of them. 4.
my father fix his car.
A: Maybe one day he'll be a big star. A: So how was your trip to France?
A: Oh, no!
B: Very disappointing. It was so crowded
6.
4. eve4rwhere. We couldn't even get a
A: There's a really interesting exhibition
A: Did you do anything interesting on hotel room.
at the museum this month. It's all
your vacation? A: That's too bad. You should never go
about Walt Disney and the story of
B: Mmm. Well, I went out of town for in July.
how he started making cartoons.
a few days. I visited my brother and B: Now you tell me!
B: Is that right? I haven't been to the his family.
museum for a long time. 5.
A: Did you have a nice time?
A You should go and take a look at B: It was terrible. The kids were fighting A: When did you get back from the beach?
it. I'm sure you'll find it really all the time. B: Last weekend. Ihad a terrific time.
interesting. I swam every day and I learned how
B: I think I will. Thanks for letting 5. to windsurf.
me know A: When did you get back from your trip? A: Great!
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6. page6l, CD2-37 3.
A: Did you have a nice vacation? Pronunciation , Task I A: Do you like your apartrnent, Joe?
Not really. It's very small.
B: It was terrible. The food was awful. B:
And the hotel wasn't clean at all. 1. It rained every day. A: Really?
A: Oh, that's too bad. 2. Irented a house. B: Yeah, there's just one bedroom and a
3. I walked on the beach every morning. living room.
7. A: That isn't so small. How many people
A: So how was your trip to Thailand? page6l, CD2-38 live with you?
B: I had a wonderful time. The shopping Pronunciation, Task 2 B: Seven!
was fantastic. And the people were A: Seven! Wow!
great. 1. I listened to music all day.
A: Sounds like you had fun. 2. Iheated the cold spaghetti. 4.
B: I did. 3. I jumped in the lake. A: Do you live with your sister, Ellen?
4. We traveled to Hawaii on our B: Yes, I do.
8. A: What's your place like?
A: Did you have a great vacation? vacation.
B: It's nice. There are two bedrooms, a
B: Really great! But it was too short. 5. I shopped at an outdoor market.
big one and a small one.
A: Really. How long was it? 6. We waited three hours for our flight
to leave. A: That's great.
B: Only a month. B: Yes, but I have the small one.
A: A month! You're lucky! A: oh.
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poge60, CD2-36 Dictation page63, CD2-41
Listening 3 A: How was your vacation, Julia? Listening 2
B: It was greatt I rented a house with
1. 1.
some friends at the beach.
A: Is this you? A: Does the kitchen have everything
A: That sounds like fun!
B: Yes, it is. you need, like a stove and
B: It was. I walked on the beach every
A: Wow! It looks really fun, but hard. a refigerutor?
morning, and I learned to windsurf.
How do you stay on them? B: There's a stovq but not a refrigerator.
B: In the beginning, you don't. You fall
A: Nice. Did you stay at the beach the
whole time? I need to buy one.
off all the time. But you learn prett5r
B: No, we visited a cute town nearby 2.
quickly. Ihad a wonderful time.
We shopped for souvenirs and ate A: You don't have a bed in your bedroom?
2. ice cream. B: Well, I have a TV But for now I only
A: What are you doing here? A: Sounds wonderful. have a mattress on the floor.
B: My friends and I went camping. B: It was. In fact, I've decided I want to A: Really?
It was really great. But it got very live near the beach!
cold at night. This is how we 3.
kept warm. A: We don't have much furniture yet.

3.
Unit 16: Apartment We don't even have a sofa in the
living room.
A: What did you do? Living B: Hey I've one I can sell you.
B: Oh, I went sightseeing and visited all A: Really? Great.
the museums. poge62, CD2-40
Oh, that sounds interesting. 4.
Listening 1
A: The bathroom is very small. There's
Actually, it was pretry boring. I hate
museums. 1. just a shower and a toilet.
A: What's your apartment likg Ken? B: You can come and take a bath at my
B: It's comfortablq but it's pretty small. place any time.
Oh, this must have been a wonderful There's only one room. A: Thanks, I probably will.
vacation. A: Really? Don't you have a bedroom?
B: Yes, it was fantastic. The weather was B: No, I sleep in tlie living room. page64, CD2-42
perfect. And the water was so clear.
Wow. Look at you. You're all red.
A: What about your cat? Listening 3
B: She sleeps in the living room, too!
Yes, I got a terrible sunburn. Right next to me. 1.
The bookshelf looks really good in the
2. living room. And the TV is just fine.
What are you doing here?
A: What's your new aparffnent likq Celia? When I find an MP3 playea I'm going
Oh, I took a cooking course in ItalY. B: It's really big. I love it. to put it in the bookshelf. I don't have
Terrific.So what can you make now?
A: How many rooms does it have? an MP3 player now because I want to
Spaghetti and meatballsl B: Lots. It's got two bedrooms, a find a cheap one. I'm going to check
living room, and ahtge kitchen and out the sales next week. I have a dinner
Did you travel the whole way in this? bathroom. table, but I still need a sofa. Now I have
Yes, we did. It was really very A: Sounds great. So, when can I come to sit at the dinner table to watch TV
comfortable to travel in. We slePt and stay with you? My living room is small, so I want a
in it, too. small sofa.

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2. for studyihg... my exams are next sfring.
If you have an old bookshelf you aren't
Unit 17: Hopes and Next summer I can have fun!
using, I'd be really happy to buy it! Plans 2.
I haven't been able to find one that is
the right size. All the ones I looked at page66, CD3-2 I'm going to try to get a part-time job.
were too big. Right now there are books I think I might work at a clothing store
Listening 1
or a movie theater. I wish I could just
all over the floor and the sofa. But I
managed to pick up a TV and MP3 I. relax this summer, but I really need to
player at a moving sale last weekend. A: I hope to be famous someday. make money.
I still need to find a dinner table. Al1 B: Really? Famous for what? 3.
the ones I looked at in the stores were A: Oh, it doesn't really matter. Maybe I'11 I'm going to visit my grandparcnts this
too expensive. be a singer, or an actor... or maybe a summer. I haven't seen them for a few
professional baseball player.
3.
years, and it'll be great to spend time
B: Well, good luck! with them. I'11 miss my friends, but I
I was thinking about getting a bookshelf,
but I don't have many books yet, so I 2. know we'll text all the time as usual!
guess I can wait. I was lucky. I got a A: I don't
care about making a lot of 4.
really cheap used TV the other day. It money. I just want to have a job that I'm going to study Spanish in Spain this
only cost S50 and it works really well. I love. summer. I'm going to live with a Spanish
It's nice to have something to watch. B: Really? What kind of work do you family, so I'11 have to speak Spanish all
Right now I don't have enough money to want to do? the time. I'm kind of nervous, but really
buy an MP3 player. The dinner table is A: I'm not sure yet. Maybe be a doctor. excited. I hope to make lots of new
very nice andbig enough for six people. But I want to be look forward to friends aod improve my Spanish!
I bought a cheap sofa, too. It's really going to work every day.
comfortable. 5.
3. Actually, I don't have big plans for the
4. A: I love children. I hope to have a summer. I'11 probably just hang around
The bookshelf is good, though it's big family. at home and play video games and sleep
probably a little too big for the living B: Oh? How many children do you want a lot. I'm always studying during the
room. I need a TV but I'm waiting for to have? school year, andlhad a job last summer,
the new models. I have a good MP3 A: Oh, maybe four or five. so it'll be nice tojust relax and take it
player. So that's good. However, I still B: Four or five? Better you than me! easy for a change.
haven't bought a dinner table. I saw
4. 6.
a great one last week. The sales clerk
A: I've always dreamed of learning I'm going to spend most of the summer
said that they're having a big sale next
to surf. babysitting for my little sister. My parents
week, so I'm waiting for that. For now
B: Surf? Isn't surfing difficult? both have to ffavel a lot for work, and
I'm eating my meals while sitting on And dangerous?
the sofa. my sister is too young to stay home by
A: Well, yeah, but I've heard it's lots of herself. It's not really fair; I'd rather lnar,g
page55, CO2-43 fun. I really want to try it. out with my friends.
B: Okay, okay. But maybe you should
Pronunciation learn to swim first. page68, CD3-4
1. There's a small yard. A: Yeah, I guess so.
l,ftg!,ng 3
) There's only one bathroom. 5.
3. There're four bedrooms in my 1.
A: I really hope to gradwte from college.
apartment. A: So, Jakq any plans for after you
B: That's great. What college do you
4. There're three windows in my graduate?
want to go to?
living room. A: Oh, I'm still in high B: Well, I don't think I want to get a job
school. I'm
right away. I might want to ffavel.
studying for my exams at the moment.
page65, CD2-44
B: Oh. Wel1, study hard. And good luckl A: Really? Where do you want to go?
Dictation B: Well, it would be great to go to
6. Africa... and maybe South America. 1l
A: What's your new aparffnent likq Matt? A: My dream is to have a big house Oh, and China. il
B: It's perfect. It's just the right size. someday. A: Wow! fl
There're two bedrooms, a living room, B: Really? B: But I'll have to make some money I

and a kitchen. A: Yeah. I want four bedrooms, a big first, I guess...maybe get a job... [1
l
A: Nice! yard, a 3-car garuge, a pool...
B: Yeah. Oh, and there's also an office. 2. []
B: Hey, sounds nice. Can I come visit?
A: Wow, it sounds big! Do you have A: What are you doing after you I

furniture yet? page67, CD3-3 graduate, Libby? il

B: Not yet, but there's a sale going on at B: I'm going to medical school. I

Listening 2 A: You're kidding... more school?


Furniture World this weekend. I

B: Yeah, it'll take six years to get my


I

A: Great. Let me know if you need help 1.


with anything. Well, unfortunately this summer I'm medical degree. l

going to study for my exams. I'd like to A: Well, good for you. I know you'll be a
take a vacation, but this is my last summer great doctor.

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A: I think I'11 go to the pool for a swim.
3.
A: What are you going to do after you
Unit 18: The Weather
graduate,Mary? 6.
page7O, CD3-7 A: Oh, look. It's snowing.
B: I might try tb find my own apartrnent.
A: Where do you want to live? Listening 1 B: Great. Let's get our things and have a
B: I'm not sure. I want to live near my
snowball fight.
1. A: No way! It's too cold for me.
family, but I dream about living close And here is today's weather forecast for B: Come on. Theret no wind. It'lI be nice.
to the beach. the international traveler. Let's start with
A: That's a hard decision. Beijing. It will be a cold day in Beijing page72, CD3-9
B: It will probably be difficult to find an today, and windy. The low will be zero
apartment by the beach. and the high will be 6 degrees.
Listening 3
4. 1.
2.
A: What are you going to do after you A: How's the weather?
Mexico City will be warm and wet, with
graduate, Matt? B: The temperature is going down, and
a low of 23 degrees Centigrade and a
B: I'm going to be an actor. I'm moving it's turned very windy. I think it's
high of 28.
to Hollywood next week! going to rain a lot tonight.
A: Do you have an acting job akeady? 3.
2.
B: Oh, that's going to be a surprise! Tokyo is expecting cloudy weather with
A: How's the weather now?
heavy rain. The low will be 4 degrees
5. B: It's much warmer now than it was this
and the trigh L2.
A: What are you planning to do after morning. And the wind has stopped,
graduation, Zach? 4. too. I think I'll go out for a walk.
B: I'm getting married! New York is going to have awindy day.
3.
A: Really! That's exciting! You and Eva It will be very cold with a 1ow of minus
A: Is it nice outside?
are such a perfect couple! 10 and ahighof zero.
B: It was nice when I got up this
B: Eva? We broke up last year! I'm 5. morning, but now the sky is very
marrying my new girlfriend, In Taipei it will be cloudy, wet, and hot dark. I think it's going to rain.
Ehzabeth. today. The low will be 20 degrees and the
A: Wow! Things change fast! 4.
high will be 30.
A: What's it like outside?
6. 6. B: It's getting very windy now. I don't
A: I can't believe we're graduating Expect another hot, dry day in Los think it's a good idea to go ouL I think
next week. Angeles - still no rain in the forecast. The we're going to have a bad storm.
B: Neither can I. So, what are you going low will be 80 degrees and the high 95.
to do next, Kristin? 5.
A: I have no idea. I've been looking for a page71, CD3-8 A: Is it a nice day today?
job, but haven't had any luck. B: It's much nicer now. It was so cold
B: What kind of job do you want? Listening 2 and windy this morning, but it's really
A: Oh, just about anlthing. I don't 1. nice outside now. And it's getting
know.... A: Are you going out? warmer, too.
B: Yes. Later. What's the weather like 6.
page69, CD3-5 outside? A: What's it like outside today?
Pronunciation A: Not very nice. Cloudy and windy. B: It was cold and wet earlier, but now
I think it's going to rain later. it's stopped ruiniflg and the sun is
1. I'm going to gradtate next month.
B: Oh, really? It was sunny this morning. coming out.
2. Iwant to travel this summer.
3. I hope to be rich someday. 2. 7.
A: Let's go out for a wa1k. It's so nice A: What's the weather like?
page69, CD3-6 and sunny. B: It was terrible this morning when I
Dictation B: Yes, it is. Not a cloud in the sky. Just woke up-very hot and humid. I'm
let me put this oh. glad it's getting cooler now.
i
A: What are you going to do after you
graduate, Evan? 3. 8.
B: Well, I hope to travel around the world. A: Are you going out in this snow? A: Is it still snowing?
A: Really? Cool! Where do you want to go? B: Yes, I have to go downtown. B: It sure is. We're going to have a really
B: Let's see... first I'm going to go to A: Well, wear something warm. It's bad snowstorm. Let's not go out today.
Singaporq then Ausffalia. really cold outside.
A: That's so exciting. Are you going to page73, CD3-10
4.
travel alone?
B: Well, I'd like to travel with a friend.
A: Is it cold outside? Pronunciation
B: Not really. It's raining a liule but it's 1. In Taipei it will be cloudy, wet, and
Hey, do you want to come with me?
still nice. hot today.
A: That would be greatl But I'm going to
start a new job in August. 5. 2. Tomorrow it's going to
be sunny, hot,
B: Oh. Well, let me know if you change A: It's really hot and humid today. and humid.
your mind. B: It sure is. It must be at least 3. Remember to wear your boots, jacket,
95 degrees out there! and hat.

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2qe73, CD3-1 1 poge75, CD3-13 B: Here fou are.
Dictation Listening 2 A: Thanks. Can this be machine washed,
by the way?
A What's the weather like outside? 1. B: No, it's silk, so you should dry-clean
B: It's sunny, humid, and very hot. A: Could I help you with anythingtoday, it. It's not a good idea to wash it by
I think it's about 98 degrees. madam? hand or machine-wash it.
A: That sounds awful! B: Well. I really like this blouse. Do you
B: Do you want to go to the beach? Ann, have it in another design? 2.
Jo, and Jo's sister are going. A: Yes, we do. A: I'd like to buy some envelopes.
/L No, thanks. It's too hot for the beach. B: Great! I'11 take it, then. B: Which ones? These big ones?
I'm going to stay inside and read, A: No, those are too big. Do you have
drink ice water, and sit in front of the 2. any smaller ones?
air conditioner. A: Do you need any help, sir? B: How about these?
B: We might stop by Super Burger B: Yes, actual1y, I do. These are a small A: Yes, they look like a better size. Can
on the way home. Can I get you and they're too tight. Do you have they be used for air mail letters?
anything? a medium? B: No. These are meant for rcgriar mail.
A: That would be great.I'd like a A: Yes.
B: Greatl I'll take them. 3.
cheeseburger, fries, and a small soda.
A: Can I see that watch, please?
3. B: The one with the narrow band?
A: These are the most beautiful watches A: No. The one with ttie wide band. Is
Unit 19: Shopping in ttre store. this a man's watch? I'm looking for a
B: They reaTly are nice. How much is gift for my girlfriend.
Fge74, CD3-12 this one? B: Actually, anyone can wear it. It's not
Listening 1 A: It's 52,500. Would you like to buy it? just for a man.
B: No, thanks. It's too expensive for me. A: Hmm. It's nice.
l.
A I think these are too big. Do you have 4. 4.
a smaller pair? A: Need any help this morning? A: I love that tie.
B: Yes, we do. What size are those? B: No, I'm just looking around for some B: I'm not crazy about stripes myself.
.A,: These are 9 !2. gift ideas, thanks. A: No, no-the pink and white one.
B: Let me find a smaller pair. B: Oh. I don't like that, either.
5.
Um-much smaller. A: It's kind of fun. It's for my brother's
A: Those are really nice dresses.
birthday. He likes things that are a
2. B: Yes, they certainly are. I love the
little different.
A How much is this? design. Do you have one in a size 72?
B: It's 5399. A: Yes, we do. Would you like to take it? 5.
A 5399. That's very expensive. B: Yes, please. A: Can I see that blouse?
B: It does look very nice on you. B: The one without the pockets?
6.
A Thankyou.
A: Do you need any help?
A: No, the ottrer one.
B: Actually, it may be on sale soon. B: Here you are.
B: Yes. I want to buy a shirt for my husband.
A Okay I'11 check back next week.
Do you have anything in cotton?
A: What fabric is this? Is it cotton?
B: I think it's a linen and cotton blend.
3. A: Yes, we do. Look at these.
A Oh, I haven't read this. Is it good? B: They're perfect! I'11 buy the gray one. 6.
B: I think so. A: I'd like to get some apples.
7.
A Is it a mystery? A: Good afternoon, ma'am. Can I help
B: How about these big ones?
B: We1l. Actually I haven't read it, but I you find any*ring?
A: I don't think they're very sweet. The
think so. smaller ones are usually sweeter.
A B: Oh, I'm not sure what I want. I'll just
Just what I need. I'11 take it.
look around for a whilq thanks.
B: Okay Let's get some of these small ones.
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8.
A Are these fresh?
B: Yes, they are.
A: May I help you with anything, or arc Pronunciation
you just looking?
A They look delicious. B: I'd like these green gym shorts, please. 1. Would you like alarge or a small
B: Why don't you try one? coffee?
Do you have them in a large?
A Really? Okay. Mmm. These are good.
A: I'm afraid we don't. 2. Are you paying with cash or credit?
5. B: Oh, that's too bad. 3. Care this be machine-washed or should
A: I think this one is fine. It'll be great I dry clean it?
for the beach. What do you think? page76, CD3-14 4. Do you like this blue coat or the red one?
B: Yes, it's a great color on you. Listening 3 page77, CD3-16
6. I. Dictation
A: Excuse me, do you know if this A: Can I try on that shirt, please?
shampoo is on sale? A: May I help you with something, or
B: This one?
B: Yes, it's buy one, get one for half price. are you just l6eking?
A: No, not the one with the short sleeves.
A: Oh, that's a good dea1. Thanks. B: Can I see that watch, please?
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A: The one with the silver band? business papersin it. It's not one of those 5.
B: No, *re one with the black band. cheap-looking plastic ones. It's made of I usually keep it at home in a drawer in
A: Certainly Elere you are. real leather. my desk because I only use it when I
B: Thanks. Yes... ttris is perfect. I'11 take it. travel internationally. But it's not therg so
A: It's a very nice choice. Will you be 3.
I use it to put my things in when I play
I wonder where I put it. Oh, maybe Ileft
paying with credit today? it at the office when I came back from
sports. It's preff big, so I can get all my
B: No, I'd like to pay with cash. my ffip to France. I think that's where
clothes and my running shoes into it.
it is, because I went straight from the
4. airport to my office.
Unit 20: Describing It's an expensive one, but I use it a lot
6.
because it's very wet here in the fall.
Things I love the colors, too. People can easily I thought it was in my computer case.
find me in a crowd when I'm using it. I usually put it there when I get one from
page78, CD3-17 *re newsstand and then read it when
Listening 1 5. Iget home. Now I remember! I was
It's great when you're on a ffip on the subwayl I took it out to read the
t. somewhere, especially when you're taking sports section. I'm sure I left it there.
A: Hello. City Taxi. a flight, because you can take it on board
B: Yes, I left a computer bag in a taxi an aircraft. It's not very big, so you can put page81, CD3-20
geming back from the airport.
A: Can you describe it?
it in the overhead compartrnent or under Pronunciation, Task 1
the seat in front of you. It also has wheels
B: Yes, itt brown leather, with the and ahandle tlnt you can pull out. 1. leather wallet
initials PWD on it. 2. expensive sunglasses
6. 3. regular glasses
2. They're very comfortable for jogging 4. colorful backpack
A: Hello. City Taxi. or walking. That's good because I jog
B: Hello, has anyone turned in a lady's and walk a lot. I've had them for about page81, CD3-21
handbag? I left one in a taxi about an three years. I hate the color. But I'11 use
hour ago.
Pronunciation, Task 2
them until I can afford a new pair.
A: Can you describe it? 7. comfortable chair
B: Yes, it's a wide bag with thin blue and pageSO, CD3-19 2. atffactive person
brown stripes. Listening 3 3. plastic toys
4. running water
3.
1. 5. beautiful sunset
A: Hello.
It's a brown leather one. I keep all my 6. interesting book
B: Is this City Taxi?
money and my credit cards in it. I usually
A: Yes, it is. page87, CD3-22
keep it in my back pocket. It probably
B: I'm calling about a wallet. I think
fell out when I was getting off the bus. Dictation
I 1eft it in a taxi this morning. It's a I hope I get it back because it also has my
black wallet. It had all my credit cards A: Hello. City Taxi.
ID card in it, and that's very important.
in it. B: Hello, has anyone turned in a cell
A: Oh, dear. 2. phone? I think IIeft mine in a taxi
I'm always losing them or putting them this morning.
4.
down and forgetting where I put them. A: Wel1, our taxi drivers find lots of cell
A: Hello. City Taxi. I think I was wearing them when I was phones every day. Can you describe it?
B: Hello. Ileft a pair of glasses in a taxi on the bus. Then I stopped for a cup of B: Yes, it's purple. And it's in an orange
this morning. coffee at a coffee shop. I think I took them case.
A: Sunglasses? Black frames with initials off then because I don't need them when A: Hmm.... Those are unusual colors.
on them?
lread, amd I was reading amagazire.Yes, Let's see... no, I'm sorry, we don't
B: No. No, they're reg:ular glasses. They maybe thatt where they are. have it.
were in a brown leather case. I can't
B: Are you sure? I have to find it...it
see a thing without them. 3.
has all my important information in
A: Sorry. They're not here. I'm sure I had them when I1eft school
it. Wait - what's that? Oh, it's in my
because I remember putting them in my
page79, CD3-18 jacket pocket!
purse. I'm sure I had them when I came
Listening 2 home or I couldn't have driven the car
or opened the front door. So that means
1. they're somewhere inside the house. Unit 21: Directions
I wear it instead of
sunglasses because
sunglasses make me look so stupid. 4. page82, CD3-23
I always wear it when it's sunny outside. I'm sure I used it to pay the bill at the Listening 1
If I don't wear it, the sun hurts my eyes. restaurant when I had lunch there. After
It's not too good on windy days, though. that I went to the department store, and I 1.
think I used it when I bought my jacket. A: Excuse me. Where's the post office?
2. I'm sure that's the last time I used it, so B: The post office? Go straight for
It's excellent for work because it's pretty it's probably there. two blocks and then turn left. It's
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A Up this street two blocks and left? 6. 3.
B: That's correct. A: Can you tell me how to get to the A: Do you know where the restrooms are?
Art Museum? B: The restrooms?
L B: The Art Museum? Sure. Go up Third
A: Can I help you? 4.
Sffeet for two blocks and then turn
B: I'm looking for the bank. A: I'm trying to find a supermarket.
1eft on Pine Sffeet. Go to the end of
lL Well, take a right at the first corner, the block. The museum is on your
B: A supermarket?
and it's on your right.
left, on the corner of Second and page85, CD3-27
B: Okay, thanks.
Pine Street.
3. Dictation
A: Can you help me? I'm looking for page84, CD3-25
A: Excuse me. I'm looking for the
a hotel. Listening 3 tourist office.
B: Okay. Go straight up tvvo blocks and B: The tourist office? It's not far from
turn right at the light. You'll see a 1.
here. Go right on Brentwood Road,
hotel on your right. So when you come out of the subway, then left at the light.
A Thanks. look for a tall glass building. That's a A: Left at the light?
B: You're welcome. hotel. Walk past that for ftvo blocks and
B: Yes, that's right. Then it's about ..
you'll see a small street on the right. That's halfway down the block on the right.
1. my street. There's a grocery store on the A: On fte right?
A Excuse me. Is there a bookstore corner. Go down the street and my place is
B: Yes. You can't miss it.
around here? the fourth house on the left. Maybe bring
B: Yes. Take the first street on the left. some music with you, because I don't have
Go through the next intersection. any dance music for the party.
You'Il see the bookstore on the right, Unit 22: People We
2.
You can't miss it.
My place is fairly easy to find. Get off the Know
pge83, CD3-24 bus across from the supermarket. When poge86, CD3-28
you get to the supermarket, could you
Listening 2 pick up some snacks? Then walk north Listening 1
l. for two blocks. You'll see a footbridge. 1.
A Excuse me. Is ttrere a bank near here? Cross that footbridge and you'll see a
A: So tell me about your new friend,
B: Yes, there is. Go straight up Third small sffeet when you get to the other Ella. What's she like?
Street for two blocks and turn right side. Go down the street, and on the B: She's really neat. She's great to be
on Pine Street. The bank is on corner you'll see an apartment building. with because she makes me laugh all
the right. That's my place. the time.
2. 3. A: Oh yeah?
A Excuse mq I'm looking for the Peking My apartment building is near the river. B: Yeah, she's always telling jokes.
Restaurant. When you come out of the subway, 2.
B: Oh, sure. I know where it is. It's one walk towards the river and you'll see an A: What's your friend Lauren like?
of my favorite restaurants. Go left intersection. Go through the intersection B: She's nice.
here on King Street. Then turn right and take the first street on the left. A: Is she shy?
onto Second Street. Walk up Second Go down the street until you see a B: Shy? You must be kidding. She tells her
Street for a block. It's on your left, on supermarket. My house is right next to it. whole life story to everyone she meets.
ttre corner of Ford and Second. If you can, could you bring some fruit to
go with dinner? 3.
3. A: Do you know Thomas Brown?
A I'm trying to find a suPermarket. 4. B: Oh, sure. I like Tom.
B: A supermarket? Okay. Go left down I live in an aparffnent building close to the A: Yeah, me too. He makes me laugh.
King and then go up Second Street high school. Get off the bus across from He's always doing crazy things.
for two blocks. It's on the left, on the the school and walk porth for about four B: Yeah, I know.
corner of Pine and Second. blocks. You'll see a gas station on your left.
A Thanks. Turn right just past the gas station and go 4.
down the street until you see a church. My A: Have you spoken to the new guy in
4. building is across from the church. Don't our class, Luke?
A How can I get to the post office? forget to bring your tennis racket. B: Yes, I have.
B: Oh, it's not far from here. Go up A: What's he like?
Third Street and turn right on Ford. poge85, CD3-26 B: Boy, he's really interesting. He speaks
Walk down Ford and you'll see it six languages and was the top student
on your right, on the corner of Ford
Pronunciation
at his school.
and Fourth. 1. A: Oh, great!
A: Is there a post office near here? B: No, you'll like him. He's really
5.
B: A post office? friendly and easy to talk to.
A: I'm looking for the Tourist Office.
B: Okay. Go up Third Street and turn left 2. 5.
on Ford. It's in the first big building A: Could I please have a map? A: Do you and your boyfriend go out a
you see on your 1eft. B: A map? lot, Kelsey?

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B: Oh sure, he loves going out and 6. B: Oh, yeah?
meeting people. We go to parties all A: What's your brother's wife like? A: Yeah. And he's really outgoing. Very
the time. B: She's just like my brother-serious friendly, too.
A: He sounds like"a lot of fun. and hardworking. She's at the office B: Tell me more.
B: Of course. That's why he's my every night until around 9:00. And A: Well, it's difficult to get him to laugh.
boyfriend. so is he. He doesn't seem to enjoy any jokes.
A: They sound like the perfect couple. I guess he's pretty serious. But he's
6. very good-looking.
A: Look what my friend Mary gave me poge88, CD3-30 B: Hmm. Sounds cute. Do you know if
for my birthday.Isn't this a beautiful he has a girlfriend?
blouse? Listening 3 A: I'm sure he has lots. He always asks a
B: That's really nice. And she gave me a 1. new girl out on a date every weekend.
great present for my birthday, too. She A: Hey Anna, there's a guy in my I don't like guys like that.
loves giving things to people. Spanish class who's really cool. He's B: Yeah, but as long as he's cute, I
A: Yeah, she does. And she doesn't expect really friendly and easy to talk to. don't mind.
anything in return. He just always seems happy.
B: Oh, really? He must have a lot page89, CD3-31
poge87, CD3-29
of friends. Pronunciation, Task 1
Listening 2 A: Yes, I think he does. He tells really
1. makes
funny jokes all the time, too. I'm
1. 2. speaks
always laughing in class.
A: Mr. Grant is really funny, isn't he?
B: Really? He sounds great! J. loves
He loves telling jokes. And he's 4. plays
A: We1l, he is, but he forgets his book
so easygoing. 5. practices
every day. Then he asks to share mine.
B: I know. Then there's Mrs. Grant. She I hate that! 6. watches
never seems to smile. I wonder why in common.
B: Sounds like we have a lot
she's so serious all the time. page89, CD3-32
I always forget my book, too. I'd
2. love to meet him. Why don't you Pronunciation, Task 2
A: Where are Nat and his brother today? introduce us some time? 1. He watches a lot of TV
B: I think they've skipped class again. 2. He chews gum really loudly.
2.
A: Really? They're always doing that. 3. She loves baking cookies.
A: There's this new girl in class named
B: Yeah. They aren't serious about 4. He takes the bus to school.
Rosie. She always looks like she's in a
studying, *rat's for sure. A11 they like if just
bad mood. I don't know she's
to do is sit at home and play computer page89, CD3-33
very shy or what.
games.
B: Really? Dictation
3. A: Yeah, when someone tells a really
A: Hey Molly, have you met the new guY
A: What are your new neighbors like? funny joke, we all laugh, but she
in our class? He sits right next to me.
B: Mr. and Mrs. Roberts? Well, they doesn't seem to think it's funny.
B: No, I haven't. What's he like?
seem nice. I've spoken to Mrs. Roberts B: No way!
A: He's really outgoing. He talks and
several times. She's very easy to talk A: But she is very good at music. laughs a lot.
to. But I haven't spoken much to her She always practices the piano
B: Really? He sounds nice.
husband. He's kind of shy and not after school.
A: Yeah, he is. And he's funny. He tells
very talkative. B: That's nice. But I don't think I could jokes every day after class. He's pretry
get along with her, because laughing
4. cute, too.
and having fun are important to me.
A: Have you met Wendy's new B: It seems like you're interested in him...
boyfriend? 3. A: Well, I am. But he already has
B: Yeah,I like him. A: There's this guy who sits in front of a girlfrlerd.
A: Mq too. I ftink he's perfect for WendY me on the bus sometimes. EIe never
B: He sure is. They're so sociable. They talks to anyone. He just sits there and
both love par$ing and they're both a talks to himself. Unit 23: Places
little crazy at times. B: Huh. That's weird.
A: That's for sure. A: Yeah. He likes to make people laugh, page9O, CD3-34
though. He's always making funny Listening 1
5. faces and making animal noises
A: How do you like the new teachers? and things like that. Sometimes he's 1.
B: Well, Mr. Williams is very easygoing, really funny. A: How do you like where you're living?
and he's really smart, too. B: That does sound funny. B: Oh, I love it. There's so much to
A: Yeah, I know. And what about Miss A: But you know he always chews gum do here. And I have a lot of friends
Vaughn? really loudly. I really hate that! here, too.
B: She's not as easy to get to know. She's B: Mq tool
not as easygoing as Mr. Williams. She 2.
seems very serious. 4. A: What's your city like?
A: Yeah. I think so, too. A: There's a real7y cute guy from Canada B: Well, the good thing is there are a lot
on the basketball teaml of things to do here. There are good

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theaters and restaurants. The trouble is B: Not really. It's really quite small. It's page93, CD3-37
it's getfing very polluted, so it's not as never very crowded or noisy. In fact, Pronunciation, Task 1
nice as it used to be. it's like a small town in many ways.
1. It's a noisy city.
3. 6. 2. It's very crowded.
& Do you enjoy where you're living? A: So what's San Francisco like? I hear 3. Everything is cheap.
B: Well, I enjoy a lot about it. The city it's very scenic. 4. The parks are beautiful.
has a very nice climate. It's never too B: Yes, it is. The Golden Gate Bridge
hot or too cold. And it's a safe place is great any time of the year. The page93, CD3-38
to live. parks and the ocean are beautiful, too.
It really is a very lovely city.
Pronunciation, Task 2
4. 1. Melbourne is a relaxing city.
A: What's it like to live in this city? 7. 2. -Ihe pollution is getting really bad.
B: Well, it's very noisy and crowded. A: What's your hometown like? Is it a
3. Osaka has lots of clubs.
And the pollution is getling really bad. nice place to live? 4. This is a nice place to live.
And I think we have one of the worst B: It's great, especially for families with
transportation systems in the world. children. It's pretry and quiet and it page93, CD3-39
I'd love to live somewhere else. isn't dangerous at all.
Dictation
5. 8.
A: So, how do you like living here?
.& How is it herg anyway? Is this a nice A: Is Osaka abigplace? B: Well, it's okay. The people are really
place to live? B: Sure. That's why I like it. Lots of
friendly.
B: Oh, I'm really glad we moved here. people. Lots of nightclubs and discos.
A: That's true.
The air is fresh and the people are very I don't like small cities. B: And there are lots of great museums
friendly Rents are pretry reasonable, and nightlife.
and it's a very safe city, too. That's so page92, CD3-36
A: I go out
Yeah, the nightlife is terrific.
important. Also, it's close to the sea, so Listening 3 all the time.
it's great in the summer. B: But it's too crowded for mg and I
1.
6. New York has great museums, and so can't stand the pollution.
A: Do you enjoy living here? does Washington. But Washington feels A: I know what you mean. The traffic
B: Some things are okay. The restaurants gets worse every year!
more serious because the government is
are preff good, and the subway system therq so it isn't as exciting as New York.
is pretty good, too, but it's very old Washington is more beautiful for sure,
and not very clean. The weather also and the restaurants are cheaper there. But Unit 24: Health
isn't that great. It's very hot and humid you know, I love theater, and New York
in the summer and prelly cold in the is the best! Washington is okay, but I love
page94, CD3-40
winter. But in general, it's not too bad. New York! Listening 1

Fge91, CD 3-35 2. 1.
Los Angeles is a huge place. You need A: What happened to your foot, John?
Listening 2 acar to get around. San Francisco is B: Oh, I hurt it when I was playing soccer.
t. more beautiful and it's a great place for A: Wow. Can you walk on it?
A So tell me about Tokyo. What's it like? a weekend, but I get bored there after B: Yes, but it's really difficult.
B: I love it. There arc so many great a few days. I enjoy the fact that in Los
2.
things to do. I'm busy all the time. Angeles every*ring moves really fast.
I love living here. A: What happened to you?
2. B: Oh, I didn't have my glasses on so I
A Do you like living here? 3. walked into a door.
B: Well, It's okay. One thing I do like is Hong Kong may be more beautiful than A: No!
that there's very little noise. People Singapore because it's got that fantastic B: It's true. Isn't it cra4? Now I have a
don't walk down the street with loud harbor, but I like Singapore better. It's splitting headache.
radios or anything. It's pretry nice. smaller, so I think it's more comfortable.
It's easy to get around and everything is 3.
3. very clean. Hong Kong is pretly polluted A: How did you do that?
A Do you like it here? and it's always very crowded.
B: I fell down playing basketball. I put
B: It's okay. But it's awfully crowded and out my arm to stop myself, and this is
the air is so dirty. To tell you the tnrth, 4. what happened.
I'm thinking about moving. Melbourne is smaller than Sydney. A: Is it broken?
It has a lot of lovely old buildings B: Yes.
4. and great restaurants. Sydney is more
A What's it like living in New York? exciting and probably more beautiful, 4.
B: Oh, it's really a great city, but you but I think it's too busy and too A: Did you hurt yourself?
have to pay a fortune for everything. B: Yes, I was rollerblading in the parh
expensive. Melbourne prices are better
and it's a more relaxing place. That's
I fell and landed on my wrist
5. A: You should be more carefuL
A Is Auckland a very big city? Is it why I prefer Melbourne.
B: I know, and now it's difficult for me
crowded? to eat, because I'm right-haaded

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5. B: Yeah, I sometimes do, too, especially Ouch. Did you go to the hospital?
A: How's your back? if I'm feeling very worried or sffessed I did. My leg really hurt, so I
Yes,
B: Terrible. out. got x-rays.
A: Why don't you 1ie down and rest? A: So what do you do for it? Do you take Really? Did you break your leg?
Would you like a massage? sleeping pills? No, it's just a sprain. But I won't be able
B: Great idea. Thanks. B: I don't like the idea of sleeping pills, to play soccer for the rest of the seasor-
so I usually getup arrd watch TV or A: Oh, no. That's too bad.
6. read until I feel tired. Then I go back
A: Hey, what happened to yow ear? to bed. Why don't you try it?
B: Huh? A: Yeah, I will. Tactics for Testing
A: What's wrong with your ear?
B: Sorry, I can't hear you. I hurt my ear 2. Units 1-4
at the g5rm. A: I've been feeling very tired lately, like
I have no energy. Page98, CD4-2
page9i, CD3-41 B: Really? I used to have that problem. Part 1
Listening 2 A: Oh yeah? Do you think I should see
a doctor? 1.
1. B: It may not be anything serious. Have Q: What class are the children taking?.
I have an awful backache. I was lifting you tried taking vitamins? A. A science class.
heavy weights at the gyrn yesterday and A: No, I haven't. B. An English class.
I tbink I must have pulled a muscle. If B: Taking vitamins always helps me C. A math class.
it doesn't get better soon, I'11 have to see when I'm tired.
2.
the doctor.
3. Q: Which statement about the girls
2. A: I've been getting really bad backaches. is correct?
I was hiking up a mountain yesterday B: Is that right? A. Mary is taller than Cathy.
and I slipped and twisted my ankle as A: Yeah. Sometimes the pain is so bad I B. The girls are twins.
we were going down a steep path. It's can hardly move. C. They are wearing glasses.
so painful I can hardly walk. I bandaged B: Do you spend a lot of time in front of
3.
it, but it still hurts. If it isn't better the computer?
tomorrow I'11 go to the doctor. A: Yes, I do. Q: What does Kay's son look like?
A. He is short wittr curly hair.
B: That's probably causing it. I used to
3. get that problem, too.
B. He is tall with straight hair.
I flew back from Ausffalia last week and A: So did you stop using the computer?
C. He is tall with short hair.
I ttrink I caught the flu from someone on B: No, I didn't need to. But I changed 4.
the plane. The only time I get the flu is
the way I sat, and that made a Q: What's the woman carrytng?
after a long flight. I've been taking pills
difference. Here. Let me show you. A. She's carcyngabag.
for it, but I still feel sick.
4.
B. She's carrying an umbrella.
4. C. She's carrying a purse.
A: I'm getting a lot of colds this year.
I went out to dinner a few days ago with
B: Really? 5.
a friend. We went to a very good seafood
A: Yeah! About once a month. Q: What time is it?
restaurant, but I think there was something
B: That's too bad. A. It's half past ten.
wyong with the fish because my stomach
A: I'vebeen taking vitamin C, but it B. It's nine thirry.
really started hurting. I had to go to the
doesn't help. C. It's ten o'clock.
hospital to get some medicine for it because
B: Well, maybe you should go to
it hurt so much. It's much better now. the doctor. 6.
5. A: Maybe you're right. Can you Q: Which sentence best describes
recommend a good one? the girl?
I was working in the gatden last week
A. She always goes to bed early.
and I cut my leg. It was a pretly deep cut,
page97, CD3-43 B. She doesn't like to stay up late.
so I had to go to the doctor. She put some
C. She's a night person.
stitches in it. They'll be in for ano*ter Pronunciation'
week. Page99, CD4-3
1. Did you cut yourself?
page96, CD3-42 2. How did you break your arm? Part 2
3. Did you go to the doctor?
Listening 3 4. Why did you go to the doctor?
Could I have your e-mail address?
1.
page97, CD3-44
A: I've really been having ffouble
sleeping lately. Dictation So, how do you know Graham?
B: That's too bad. A: How did you hurt your leg, Craig?
A: Yeah, I go to bed, but I often can't faIl B: Oh, I tripped and fell when I was
asleep. Do you ever have that problem? What does your boyfriend look like?
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10. 4. M: You're so luc\r. I've always wanted to
Q: What are you wearing for tonight's A. He's listening to music. work with dolphins.
dance? B. There is a concert in the park.
C. He's playing an instrument.
11.
Tactics for Testing
Q: What time do you usually start work? 5.
12.
A. She's playing ping pong. Units 9-12
B. She's changing her chair.
Q: Excuse me, do you have the time? C. She's putting the ball on the table. PagelO2, CD4-8
tu9e99, CD4-4 6. Part 1

Part 3 A. He's relaxing on the floor. 1.


B. He's lifting heavy weights.
13. Q: Where is the remote control?
C. He's doing some exercises. A. It's on the TV
M: Hello, I'd like to check in please. My
B. It's under the coffee table.
name is Harffnan. Pagel0l, CD4-6 C. It's next to the sofa.
W:Of coursq Mr. Hartrnan. Here's your Part 2
room key, room 412. 2.
M: Thank you. Can someone help me Q: Where is Joe's umbrella?
with my suitcase? Did you just arrive? A. to the right of the door
W:Of course, sir. Yes,it's still alive. B. next to the windoW
We got here on the 12th. C. on the hall table
74. They just left.
W:Can you help me? I'm looking for 3.
my son. I was just looking at some Q: Who are George and Irene?
sweaters and when I turned around Isn't it your birthday tomorrow, A. They are Steve's parents.
he was gone. Andrew? B. They are Steve's grandparents.
M: OK, don't panic ma'am. Can you Happy birthday! C. They are Steve's cousins.
describe him for me? It was a great party.
W:He's ten years old, and very tall. Actually, it was yesterday. 4.
He has short, light brown hair, and Q: What is Kathy's yolrnger brother
9. interested in?
he is wearing a striped t-shirt.
Q: Are you still working in city hall? A. He's into music.
15. A. No, it's not working. B. He's into video games.
W:How is the jacket, sir? B. No, I quit last month. C. He's into soccer.
M: It feels a little too tight around ttre C. It's in the middle of the city.
chest. What do you think?
5.
10. Q: What is Marta going to do on Monday?
W:Well, that style is designed to be form
fitting. I think it suits you. Q: What grade arc you in now, Jack? A. She's going to go to the beach.
M: Hmm. The price is right, but I can't
A. I just started in the fiflh. B. She's going to attend the
imagine wearing it for very long. Can
B. I don't like the gray one. school carnival.
you bring alarger size? C. I get good grades. C. She's going to take a test.
11. 6.
Q: Why don't you change jobs? Q: How much is the T-shirt?
Tactics for Testing A. Yes, it was a nice change. A. It's S13.19.
B. There are lots of goodjobs available. It's S30.19.
Units 5-8 C. I'm preffhappy where I am.
B.
C. It's S13.90.
Pogel0O, CD4-5 12. Page103, CD4-9
Part 1 Q: Don't you just love this movie?
A. It's not one of my favorites. Part 2
1. B. Because the story is boring. 7.
A The man is holding the handles. C. I love to watch movies. W:What's the matter, Carl?
B. The woman is eating the
M: Have you seen my keys, mom?
birthday cake. Pagelol, CD4-7 W:Go and look on the coffee table.
C. He is blowing out the candles.
Part 3 8.
2. M: How did you get that amazing job W:I've nearly finished moving in.
A The men arc carrylrrg the bricks. working at the aquarium? M: Yes, it's looking pretty good.
B. They are co[struction workers. W:I studied oceanography, and after W:Where do you thiok I should put
C. They're shoveling sand into the hole. I finished I traveled to Australia the plant?
3. and worked as a tour guide at the
Great Barrier Reef for a year. I met 9.
A He's examining the patient. M: What are you doing?
B. He's wearing a white coat. the aquarium owner over there and
applied for the job when I came back. W:Just looking at some family picnres
C. He is folding the paper. M: Who's the girl in this photo?
I've been there for five months now.

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I0. 2. 14.
W:I'mso glad it's Friday. Q: Which dish did the waiter just bring? W:How's it going? I haven't seen you
M: What do you want to do this A. He brought the appetizer. in ages.
weekend? B. He brought the main dish. M: Yeah, are you still working at that
W:Let's go to the sunset concert at C. He brought the dessert. CD store?
the beach. W:No, it closed down. I have a part-time
3.
job in a shoe store now.
1',t. Q: Where are *rese people? M: Really? I need some new shoes. Can
M: I haven't been out for ages. A. They're in a meeting.
you get me a discount?
W:Well, are you doing anything this B. They're at a pafiy.
Friday night? C. They're in a restaurant. 15.
M: Sorry, I have to work late. W:Welcome back. Did you have a good
4.
time in Morocco?
12. Q: How was the weather on Josh's M: It's a beautiful country and the people
W:Can I help you sir? vacation?
are so friendly.
M: How much is that tie? A. It was awful.
W:Sounds good. And the food?
W:It's on special today - only S18. B. It was fine. M: Ah, not so good. I got sick eating from
C. It was terrific.
Page103, CD4-10 a street vendor.
5.
Part 3 Q: Which room is this?
13. A. It's the kitchen. Tactics for Testing
B. It's the living room.
M: Do these glasses go in the kitchen
cabinet, or the cabinet in the next C. Ith the bathroom. Units 17-20
room? Page106, CD4-14
6.
W:Water in the living room
Book B - CD2. T.27
glasses go
Q: What is Jolene's bedroom like? Part 1
cabinet but you can put the juice A. There's abed, a desk and two windows.
glasses in there. B. There are two beds, a window but 1.
M: Why not just keep them in the no desk. A. They are in the library.
same place? C. There's abed,a boolahelf and a window B. The students are taking an exam.
W:The water glasses are too tall for that C. The rooms are fully booked.
cabinet. See? Pagel05, CD4-12
",4. Part 2 The people are leaving tlre store.
W:Do you have any brothers or sisters, B. They are opening the umbrellas.
7.
Jonathan? C. It's raining in the city.
M: I have four brothers, and three Q: Are you ready to order, Ma'am?
sisters. 8. 3.
W:Wow! That must have been prett5r A. They're playlng in ttre snow.
Q: Have you decided what you want to
crazy for you growing up. B. It's snowing very hard.
eat yet?
M: It wasn't too bad. I was the oldest, so C. They're putting on warm clothes.
I had my own room. 9.
4.
Q: How's it going?
15. A. They're getting their hair cut short.
't0. B. They're wearing new shirts.
W:How much is this television?
M: Well, the official price is $1899, but Q: Did you have a nice time on your C. They're checking the sLe of the blouse.
right now it's on sale for S1699. winter vacation?
5.
W:I was thinking of spending no more 11. A. She's looking in her handbag.
than S1500.
Q: Which one is your cousin? B. Her bag is very heavy.
M: I don't think we can go that low, but C. She's looking for her bag.
I guess we could make it S1650. 12.
Q: Do you live !-;1{r.your parents, Kylie? 6.
A. He's closing ttre computer.
Tactics for Testing Page105, CD4-i3 B. He's wearing a striped shirt.
Units 13-16 Part 3 C. He's carrying the laptop.
13. Pogel07, CD4-15
Page104, CD4-11 M: What arc you going to have?
W:I thought I might start with the
Part 2 Book B - CD2. T.28
Part 1
buffalo wings, then the salmon for my 7.
1. main dish. Q: What do you want to do when you
Q: What did the man order? M: Buffalo wings? Buffaloes don't grow up?
A. He ordered steak. have wings... A. I'm growing tomatoes.
B. He ordered seafood. W: Silly! They're chicken wings in B. I hope to be a veterinarian.
C. He ordered salad. spicy sauce. C. I have to do my homework.

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8. 2. 'a2.
Q: Don't you just love this weather? Q: Which house is Jerry's house? W:What seems to be the problem,
A Not a cloud in the sky. A. It's *le third one on the left. Mr. Hall?
B. No, I don't li(e it at all. B. It's the second one on the right. M: I've been feeling really tired and
C. I don't know whether it's outside. C. It's the first one on the left. run down.
9. 3.
W:It may be nothing serious. Have you
been working too hard?
Q: What would you most like to do? Q: What is Casey like?
A I'm most like my father, I guess. A. She's kind of shy. PogelO9, CD4-19
B. My dream is to be a champion skier. B. She's very serious.
C. I wouldn't like to miss it. C. She's really sociable. Part 3
10. 4. 13.
Q: What's the temperature going to Q: Which statement about this city M: You look a little lost. Can I help?
be today? is correct? W: Oh, thanks. I'm looking for the
A I'm fine today, thanks. A. It's very scenic. museum of technology.
B. He's much better than yesterday. B. It's very crowded. M: Oh, yes, I know it well. It's not far.
C. It'll be hot and humid again. C. It's very clean. Just go straight until the church aqd
turn right. When you get to the post
11. 5. office turn left. You can't miss it.
Q: Do you have these shoes in a smaller Q: What happened to Glen? W: Thanks a lot.
size? A. He hit his head on a door.
A No, I think they're too small. B. He hurt his leg playing football. 14.
B. What's wrong with the color? C. He broke his arm climbing. W:Do you know Arnold Smithson?
C. One moment ma'am, I'11 check. M: The guy with the red hair? Yeah, I've
6. known him since elementary school.
12. Q: What is wrong with Paul? W:He's really funny. He told me a great'
Q: Does this design come in black? A. He has a stomachache. story about his vacation.
A I'm afraid not, sir. B. He has a broken arm, M: Yeah, he makes me laugh too. His
B. The style is back in fashion. C. He has a toothache. brother is really quiet and smart,
C. Of coursq please come in. however.
Poge109, CD4-18
tuqe107, CD4-16 15.
Part 2
Part 3 Book B - CD2. T.29 W:You've been living in Los Angeles for
7. about a year now, right? What's it like?
If you are looking for to wear
shoes W:How do I get to the post office? M: Well, the traffic can be heavy, but
in the most rugged, extreme wea*rer M: Go straight for two blocks then there is so much to see and do.
conditions, then Flexors are the ones for turn right. W:I thought it was supposed to
you. Their revolutionary design keeps W:Two blocks *ren right? be dangerous?
rain away from your feet while at the M: I haven't had any troublq and the
srme time letting them breathe naturally. 8. weather is warm all year round.
The thermal lining allows users to wear M: I wonder if you can help me.
the shoes in sub-zero conditions, and the W:What's the problem?
heavy duty cushioned soles keep you M: I'm looking for the Golden Dragon
in comfort wherever you walk. These restaurant.
practical shoes are available now forjust o
5129.99. Go to www.flexorshoes.com M: So, tell me about the new guy in
to get yours now. the class.
W:He's from Sweden, but he speaks
English pretty well.
Tactics for Testing M: What's he like?
units 21-24 10.
W: So, you've been living in London for
Page108, CD4-17 about a month. What's it like?
Part 1 M: It's a great city. There are lots of
things to do.
I. W: Sounds good. Is there anything you
Q: How do you get to the hotel? don't like about it?
A. Go straight for one block then
turn right. 11.
B. Take the first left and it's on the right. M: Can you tell me a little about
C. Go through the intersection and it's Hong Kong?
on the right. W:Well, it is a busy city and there's a
beautiful skyline.
M: How about the climate?

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