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CURSO DE INGLS
Requerido para el sector Turismo

El acceso al mundo
Programa Putre 2007: Capacitacin enfocada al rea de Turismo
organizado y ejecutado por: apoyado y financiado por:

Textos y ejercicios: Cindy Schlicke (cindy.schlicke@googlemail.com) Dibujos: Rodrigo Verdugo (rodrigo@rodrigoverdugo.cl)

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Unit 1: Name, Country, Language


A B A B Hello. My name is Lisa. Whats your name? Anna. Where are you from, Anna? Im from New York.

A1 Read the dialogues and fill in the blanks. C D C D C D C Hello, whats your name? Im Luis. And yours? Robert. Where are you from? Im from Peru. And you? Im from England. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too.

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Excuse me, whats your name? My name is Maria Guzman Gonzalez. Where are you from? Im from Spain. Welcome to Chile! Thank you.

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Hello. My _________ is Peter. Whats _______ name? Walter. _________ are you from, Walter? _______ from Germany. Where _______ you from? ______ ______ Canada.

Whats your name? Where are you from? Nice to meet you. Welcome to Chile!

My name is ..... And you? Im from ...... Nice to meet you, too.

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A2 1. 4. 7. 10. A3

Countries and cities of the world. Complete, please. Spain/ Madrid_____ _________/ Sydney Japan/___________ Austria/_________ 2. 5. 8. 11. __________/ La Paz USA/ ____________ ________/ Hongkong _________/London 3. 6. 9. 12. Brazil/ ___________ ____________/ Rome ____________/ Berlin Columbia/_________

Countries, languages and nationalities. 1. This is Marcela. Shes from Brazil. She is Brazilian. She speaks Portuguese and a little English.

2. This is Magda. Shes from Italy. Shes Italian. She speaks Italian and German. 3. This is Martin. Hes from Switzerland. He is Swiss. He speaks German, French and Italian.

4. This is Roberto. Hes from Bolivia. Hes Bolivian. He speaks Spanish and a little Portuguese.

Name 1. Marcela 2. 3. 4. you!

Country Brazil

Nationality

Languages

Ask questions like that: Whats her name? Wheres she from? Whats his name? Wheres he from?

Her name is Marcela. Shes from Brazil. His name is Roberto. Hes from Bolivia. 3

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Fill out the following formulary, asking the right question! ? ? ?

Name: Country: Languages:

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Dialogue!

a) Whats your name? b) Where are you from? c) What languages do you speak?
name

Do you speak Spanish?


country languages

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. A6 Whats my nationality?

Hello, my name is Brandon. I live in a (1 = francs) _________________ town. I have a (2 = japons) _________________________ camera and a (3 = alemn) __________________ __ car. I like to spend my holidays in the (4 = austriaco) _______________ or (5 = sueco) _______________ mountains. I work for a (6 = suiza) _________________ company. I like (7= italiano) ______________ food and (8 = espaol) _______________ wine.

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Spelling.
B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Practise saying the letters.

/ei/ /i:/ /e/ /ai/ / / /u:/ /a:/

a h j k b c d e g p t v f l m n s x z i y o q u w r

Dialogue! A How do you spell your first name? B M O N I C A. A How do you spell your last name? B N U N E S. A Monica Nunes. B Thats right.

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How do you spell your first name? ________________________ How do you spell your last name? ________________________ ________________________ Thats right.

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Talking on the phone. Hotel Good Dreams, John Johnson. How can I help you? L Hello, my name is Paul Pearson. Can I talk to Mr. Jones, please.

Hello, Mr. P. Excuse me, whats your name again, please? L Its Pearson. Paul Pearson.

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How do you spell that? L P E A R S O N. I repeat, P E A R S O N. All right. Im sorry, Mr. Pearson. Mr. Jones is not here. L Thank you. I call back later. Bye-by. Bye-bye. Have a nice day.

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Unit 2: Address and Profession


How are you?
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Great! Wonderful! Fine, thanks! Well, Im all right. Not so good today.

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Read the dialogues.

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Hello Mr. Jones. Nice to see you. Hi Mr. Isaac, how are you? Fine, thanks. And you? Just great.

P M P M

Hi Michael! Hi Peter,whats up? How are ya? Fine, and you? Great, thanks.

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Create your own dialogues.

How are you? Fine, thanks. Where are you from? Im from Austria.

Hi, how are you? Just great. Where are you from? Im from Germany.

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DiskArt 1988

DiskArt 1988

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surname first name country - street zip code - street number city

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Ask questions and complete the list below.

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Mrs. first name surname address city country profession

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Jobs.

Donna: Im unemployed.
Mary: Im a housewife.

Luke: Im a travel agent. I work for a travel agency.

What do you do? Where do you work?


Tom: Im a waiter. I work in a restaurant called food corner. What do you do? Im a teacher. B6 Find the people in the picture! does she do? Shes a director. Brandon: Im a receptionist. I work in a hotel. What does he do? Hes a doctor.

1. Tom is a waiter. 2. Brian is a doctor. 3. James is a secretary. 4. Eva is a computer programmer. 5. Ramon is a teacher. 6. Tina is an engineer. 7. Jennifer is a student. 8. Mary is a housewife. 9. Sally is an artist.
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Aks and answer about the people. Is Ramon a student? No, he isnt. What does he do? Hes a teacher. Oh, really? 5. 6. 7. 8. Jennifer/engineer? Mary/teacher? ames/computer programmer? Tom/artist?

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Ramon/student? Brian/waiter ? Sally/housewife? Eva/doctor?

B8 Now write the answers, like this: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. B9 Ramon isnt a student. Brian isnt Sally isnt Eva Hes a teacher. Hes a Shes She

Match a picture with a job.


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A pilot An interpreter A hairdresser A singer A nurse An actor A mechanic A journalist A receptionist A baker A shop assistant

makes bread. (1) looks after people in the hospital. (2) writes for a newspaper. (3) works in a hotel. (4) translates at a conference. (5) sells things. (6) flies a plane. (7) works in a night club. (8) cuts hair. (9) repairs cars. (10) makes films. (11)

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B10 Look at the phonetic spelling of some words. Practise saying them. a /n:s/ d /kt/ b /int:prit/ e /si/ c /risepnist/ f /mknik/

B11 Memorize the lines in A and B. Close your books. Ask and answer questions, like this: What does a baker do? He makes bread. What does an actor do? He What

B12 Text comprehension. Listen and read. Johnny: Lisa: Johnny: Lisa: What do you do? Im a waitress, but I also work as a receptionist for Mr. Smith. Oh, really? What does Mr. Smith do? Hes a manager. We work in a hotel called Nice dreams.

True or false? Lisa is a manager. Johnny is a receptionist. Mr. Smith and Lisa work in a hotel. The hotels name is Nice beds.

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Unit 3: Family, Age and Time


OTVs new televisin show: The Family, Wednesdays, 8:00 8:50 pm Today: Meet the Smith family

Donald Smith Donald is a very rich man. He owns a computer factory in London. He is married to Rosemary. They have three children two sons and a daughter.

Rosemary Smith Rosemary is Donalds wife. Shes a writer of romantic novels. Shes 55.

Charles & Amanda Smith Charles is their son. Hes 36. wifes name is Amanda. They have two children. Amanda is a famous model and Charles is a serious businessman. He doesnt have many friends.

Andrea & Joseph Williams Andrea is Donald and Rosemarys Daughter. Shes her fathers favorite child. Shes a scientist. Joseph is Andreas husband. Hes a doctor. Andrea is 32 years old.

Robin Smith Robin is 25. Hes a rock His singer but he isnt famous Hes his mothers favorite son.

Lucy & David Theyre Charless children. Andrea is their aunt. Robin is their uncle. Lucys Andreas niece, and Davids her nephew. Lucy is six and her brother is five. They have two pets a dog and a cat.
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Peter & Mary Theyre Lucy and Davids cousins. Theyre Andreas children. Peters four, and his sister is six Donald is their grandfather and Rosemary is their grandmother.

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True or False? Donald is Robins father. Peter is Charless son. David is Robins nephew. Charles is Lucys uncle. Andrea is Lucys aunt. Andrea is Rosemarys granddaughter. Robin is Rosemarys son. Lucy is Donalds granddauther. Andrea and Joseph are Peters parents. Rosemary and Donald are married. Amanda is Charless wife.

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Answer questions about the Smith Family. 1. Who is Rosemarys daughter? 2. Who are Rosemarys sons? 3. Who is Josephs wife? 4. Who is Amandas husband? 5. Who is Lucys brother? 6. Who is Robin and Charless sister? 7. Who Andreas parents? 8. Who is Charless niece? 9. Who are Robins nephews? 10. Who are Peters cousins?

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Please fill in the gaps! husband son father sister uncle grandfather granddauther niece boyfriend wife

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Dialogue. How old is she? How old is Andrea? She is thirty-two.

How old is Lucy, David, Peter, Mary, Rosemary, Charles, and Robin. How old are you? C4 Now lets talk about your family

This is This is 4 .my 5 1. my husband 2. 3. These are 2+3 Fill this space with your own family pictures and describe them!

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What time is it? Excuse-me, what time is it, please? Its five oclock. That late already! Thank-you. Youre welcome.

Johnny: Lisa: Johnny: Lisa: C6

Look at the clocks. Write the times.

Its five oclock.

Its half past four.

Its quarter past five.

Its quarter to six.

Its five past five. C7 Practise the time.

Its twenty to six.

10:00 17:45 8:00 9:30 14:20 23:40

Vocab Check:

nearly already exactly early late time oclock

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Unit 4: Supermarket
D1 Some or any?

Is there any milk in the fridge? Yes, there is some milk.

Is there any beer? No, there isnt any beer.

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Dialogue. Whats in the fridge? 9. meat 10. chicken 11. bread 12. tea

Is there any...? Are there any...? 1. bananas 5. lemons 2. butter 6. oranges 3. eggs 7. salad 4. potatoes 8. cheese D3 Some or a/ an? book air bananas kiss rain man apple child rice money fruit potato hug time teacher children

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D4 1. A: B: A: B: A: B:

Dialogues. Whats for breakfast?

Breakfast Is there a lemon? Yes, there is./ No, there isnt. Are there eggs? Yes, there is./No, there isnt. Is there any milk? Yes, there is./ No, there isnt.

2. Lunch A: Is there B: No, A: Is there B: Yes, A: Is there B: No,

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3. Tea True or false? There are two eggs on the plate. Theres some tea in jug. There isnt any sugar. Theres some salad on the table. There arent any fruits. D5 A very special pizza. Create your own pizza.

I want my pizza with some onions. There are some olives on my pizza. We deliver to your door - free! Order your pizza! Telephone: 1453 6789 Open every day: 11:30a.m.-midnight Large (35cm) Medium (20cm) Small (15 cm) A tomato and cheese pizza with: - mushrooms pineapple salami onion - olives green pepper hot chillies

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D6 G H G H G H G H G H G

How much is it? Can I help you? Yes. How much is this city map of Arica? Its 5.000 Pesos. Do you have any postcards? Yes, of course. How much are they? Theyre 250 cents each. How many do you want? Four, please. And a city map of Arica. Here you are. How much is that? Thats 6.000 Pesos, please.

At the souvenirs shop

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How much or how many?

beer, potatoes, cigarettes, money, questions, beef steaks, children, petrol, people, apples much many D8 Dialogue: At the market A B A B A B A B A Good morning. Good morning. How much are the apples? 3,50 $ a kilo. Thats not expensive. Do you have any grapes? Yes, black or green? Black, please. How much are they? 4,60 $ a kilo. How many do you want? A kilo of apples and half a kilo of black grapes, please. Sure. There you go. Thats 5,80 $, please.

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Dialogue. Do you have...? How much is that? How much are they? At the souvenirs shop 3. T-shirts of Arica (12.000 Peso) stickers of Chile (1.500 Peso each) 4. city guide of Arica (8.000 Peso) posters of Chile (7.500 Peso each) 5.

At the market 1. bananas (8,45$/kilo) potatoes (2,30$/kilo) small or big 2. tomatoes (7,80$/kilo) lemons (10,20$/kilo) yellow or green

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D10 Adjectives the colors green red Bananas are yellow. yellow grey Some days are just grey. brown blue black white orange The night is black.

Bears are usually brown. is blue. is green. D11 Adjectives - match the opposites. difficult expensive old hot horrible cold cheap new

Oranges are orange. is red. is white.

lovely small old big

easy right young wrong

a Its big.

b Its small.

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D12 Adjectives - Comparative and Superlative of Adjectives good better the best fast old older the oldest small smaller the smallest slow interesting more interesting the most interesting difficult more difficult the most difficult

bad!

expensive

old

beautiful

D13 Adjectives Complete the sentences. a) The weather is better today than yesterday. b) Summer is as nice as spring c) The weather today is worse than yesterday. Make three sentences to each picture! 1. 2. 3. a) A mouse is smaller than a cat. b) A mouse is as big as a hamster. c) An ant is the smallest animal.

TOM (1,70 m)

TOM (1,60 m)

TINA (1,55 m)

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Likes and Dislikes


E6 Make sentences, like this: She likes. / She doesnt like Woman of the week: Susan Rogers Susan is the autor of Love in L.A. AGE: 34 NATIONALITY: American FAVORITE COLOR: red FAVORITE SPORT: tennis FAVORITE FOOD: salad FAVORITE DRINK: champagne LIKES: cinema, shopping, chocolate DISLIKES: meat, dogs, loud music E7 Interview your partner.

Whats your favorite color? Whats your favorite . ? .? E8 Dialogues.

1 Ask another student questions. A Do you like painting? B Yes, I do./ No, I dont. 2 Work with a different student. A Does she like painting? B Yes, she does./ No, she doesnt.

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Write a list from A to Z. likes G H I J K L M N O dislikes

The ABC of likes likes A apples B BMW cars C Christmas D E dislikes algebra brown hats cities

People
E10 Clothes. Match the numbers with the words below. pants a blouse a skirt a hat a jacket a shirt a baseball cap a ring a belt a scarf

E11 Describing people. What are they wearing? A What is he wearing? B Hes wearing jeans / pants / a suit / a shirt. What are they like? A Whats he like? B He is good looking / tall / handsome. He isnt very tall / short. How old are they? A How old is he? B He is young / old / middle-aged / about 20. A What is she wearing? B Shes wearing a dress / a skirt / blue shoes / a scarf. A Whats she like? B Shes tall / fat / thin / pretty.

A How old is she? B She is is young / old / about 30.


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What color .? A What color are his eyes? B Theyre blue / grey / brown / green. Has he / she got .? A Has he got glasses / a beard / a moustache? B Yes, he has. / No, he hasnt. Who ? is smiling is wearing glasses is wearing earings is greeting is wearing a hat isnt smiling

A What color is her hair? B Its blond / dark / brown / red / white. A Has she got long /short/curly hair? B Yes, she has. / No, she hasnt.

Who are they?


E12 The people at this party are all famous. Put the letters (A, B, C,) in the spaces.

A B

The American ambassador. Short, fat. Black suit. Jean Collier, actress. Blond hair. Pink suit. About 50. Gary Trevor, footballer. Brown hair. Pullover. Good-looking. Donna, singer. Young. Orange and green hair. Very short skirt. Earings.

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David Wilson, politician. Blue suit. Moustache. Middle-aged. Glasses. Doris Decaer, tennis placer. Long curly hair. About 28. Paul Cooper, racing driver. Brown hair. Beard. Green shirt. About 26. Barbara Heartland, writer. Old lady (87). Long dress, white hair, glasses. Michael George, singer. Black hair. Jeans and T-shirt. Very good-looking. Miss World. Tall. Long dark fair hair. White dress. Brazilian. Beautiful. Suzy Ford, journalist. Short blond hair. Tall. About 35. Bruno Higgins, boxer. Black. Very tall. Blue shirt. Green pants.

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Unit 6: Places and Directions

Do you know Prague? Prague is not the biggest city in Europe, but it is one of the most beautiful. The old town hall with its golden clock is very famous. The building is very old and is from the 15th century. People also call Prague Europes School of Music. There are many concert halls and theaters. In the center, there are also many old pubs, wine bars and restaurants. Historical buildings Cathedral church townhall castle statue

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Cultural places theater plays and opera Important Places port ships hospital emergency Help!

museum of art or of history

cinema for fun to watch movies

train station trains tourist information information for tourists

airport planes police station policemen

bus station buses post office to send letters and postcards

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public toilet emergencies Streets main street

parking lot to park cars

disco to dance

supermarket for shopping

pedestrian lane

main square

on - next to behind - in front of under between in

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Exercise. Answer the questions below.

Where is the bag? The bag is on the table.

Where are the keys? The keys are

Where is the cup?

Where is the book?

Where is the shoe?

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Where are the socks?

Directions

1. C: Excuse me, wheres the bus stop? D: Its straight ahead, then first right. C: Thank you.

2. E: Excuse me, Im looking for a post office. F: Yes. Go along this street, turn the first left and the second right. There it is next to the church. E: Thank you very much.

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Make conversations for: 2. a supermarket/ a hospital/ a taxi rank

1. a public toilet/ a telephone box/ a bank F3 Write out.

a) 1st street b) 3rd house c) 2nd street d) 1st house

e) 4th street f) 6th house g) 3rd street h) 7th house


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Dialogue. Street plan of Seaville. Asking the way. T: A: T: A: T: A: Excuse me, can you help me, please? Yes, of course. Where is the Cathedral? Its right on Cathedral Street, 200 meters from here. Thank you very much. Youre welcome. No problem!

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Work in pairs asking the way. Student B: Look at the map. Tell your partner the way. Student B: What is the place?

Student A: Ask the way to the police station / the Ritz Hotel/ the lighthouse/ the post office. Student A: Look at the map. Give student B directions to a place on the map. Take the Arica city plan! Student A: You are in front of the Cathedral. Ask the way to the Morro/ the post office/ the Custom House. Student B: You are at McDonalds. Ask the way To the port/ the Cathedral/ Chinchorro Beach.

Student B: Give directions.

Student A: Give directions.

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Means of Transportation

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Dialogues. 2. At the bus stop C: Hey Robert. You are taking the bus today? D: Yes, I get stuck in the traffic jam all the time. And going by bus is cheaper.

1. On the street A: Hello Lisa! Nice to see you. How are you? B: Fine, thanks. Im really in a hurry. I have to take the 9 oclock bus. A: No problem. Talk to you later.

How do you go to school? How do you go to the supermarket? By bus? By bike? Walking?

What about your collegues? Work in pairs? Student A Student B on holidays/ home English class/ work Check! your vocabulary! What are the air transportations? What are the sea transportations? What are the transportations on land?
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Discuss the solutions with your partner. What do you think? expensive dangerous boring healthy fast relaxing slow secure ... comfortable

Subway is Walking is Going by bus is Going by bike is F8 sta cle bi Guess. A syllable riddle. walk car side sidewalk, tion ing walk train park air port cross cy stop bus walk

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Find the right walking pace:

to run, to walk, to go, to stroll, to go for a walk? slow to stroll fast

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Unit 7: Tourist Institutions


At the train station

A B A B A B A B

Good afternoon. Afternoon. Two tickets to London, please. Single or return? Return, please. How much is that? Twenty-four dollars. Here you are. What time is the next train? Seventeen twenty. INFORMATION / DEPARTURES TIME 17.25 17.30 17.50 18.20 18.50 18.50 19.00 DESTINATION PORTSMOUTH OXFORD LONDON WINCHESTER MANCHESTER LONDON LIVERPOOL PLATFORM 4 1 5 3 7 5 4

Useful vocabulary at the train station: ticket single and return roundtrip leave arrive platform G1 Ask questions, like this: What times the Manchester train? What platform is the London train?

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Excuse me! Yes? Is this the London train? No, it isnt. The London train is over there. C Where? D On platform three. C Thank-you. Check-In at a hotel

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Excuse me! Where is the waiting room? Its next to the information office. Thank-you.

G Excuse me! Can you help me? H Sure. G Im looking for the ticket office. .

C Good evening. Can I help you? D Good evening. Yes, please. Could I have a room for tonight? C Sure. A single or a double room? D Single, please. C Would you like a room with private or shared bathroom? D With private bathroom, please. How much is the room? C Its 20 dollars for the room including breakfast. D Can I pay by credit card? C Yes, of course. We take Master and Visa. Could you sign the register, please? D Yes, sure. Do you want my address, too? C No, just a signature. Do you have any luggage? D Just one suitcase. C Here is your key. Your room number is 21. Enjoy your stay. D Thank-you very much.

Useful vocabulary at a hotel: - Room: single or double; private or shared bathroom - to pay cash or by credit card - to sign the register - luggage: suitcase, bag, ..

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Comparing hotels The Ritz 102 $45 85 10 min. 20 min. 1990 far The Star 56 $150-200 25 min. 30 min. 1890

Number of rooms Price How many minutes to the sea? How many minutes to the city center? Old or new? big expensive close

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Example: good The Ritz is a better hotel than The Star. A C E B D

About the Morgans


G3 Read about the Morgan family!

Wally Morgan wanted to know about his ancestors. He looked in old books, and visited churches. He discovered a lot of things about his family.

Wallace Morgan was a pirate. He lived from 1624 to 1657. He worked as a navigator for Captain Eagle Blood. They sailed around the world three times. This was by mistake: Wallace didnt have a map. Finally, in 1657 they arrived in England. Wallace died in his bath. He slipped on the soap and drowned.

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His grandfather, Willy Morgan, played football for England. He was a defender. He played against Scotland in 1923. The game started at 3 oclock on a Saturday afternoon in May. England scored the first goal at 4:15. Then, Willy scored two goals both for Scotland. He didnt play for England again.

Sir William Morgan lived from 1413 to 1452.He was very romantic. He loved Lady Matilda Potter, the niece of the King. He asked her to marry him in 1432. She said No. He asked her again in 1437, 1441, 1443, and 1450. Finally, she married him in 1452. He died ten minutes after the wedding. His horse stopped on a bridge. He fell off and landed in the river. He was wearing his armour It weighed 400 kg.

Billy Four Eyes Morgan lived from 1857 to 1886. He moved to the United States in 1879, and in 1886 he was the Sheriff of Rattlesnake County. He died in a gunfight with Jesse James. Billy fired his gun six times, but he didnt kill Jesse James. He killed three horses, a dog, the State Governor, and a Deputy Sheriff. Then, Jesse killed him. Billy wasnt wearing his glasses.
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Write all verbs of the past tense in the chart. /t/ /d/ /id/

verb in the past tense wanted

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Match a line in A with a line in B. Put the verb in B into the Simple Past.

a Wallace was a pirate b William died c Billy fired his gun six times

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(killed) three horses and a dog. (score) two goals for England.

to find out about his family.

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(play) football (look) in old books

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(weigh) 400 kg.

(sailed) around the world.

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Answer the questions below. Continue

When did Willy Morgan play for England? How did Billy Morgan kill three horses? What did Wallace Morgan do?

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