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Topic and vocabulary

Grammar

Functions

THE STORY SO FAR / QUICK CHECK p.4
UNIT

1

Ecology
Predictions about the future
Possibilities

Promises
Alternative technology

will
may, might

Talking about the future
Talking about future possibility
Making promises

2

Classroom behaviour
Rules of the road
Fair play and cheating in
sport

must, mustn’t
have to

Talking about obligation
Talking about rules and laws
Past and future obligation

3

Inventors and inventions
Computers
Films

First conditional
when, as soon as, unless
Defining relative clauses t who,
which, that, whose

Talking about conditions
Giving information
Talking about purpose

4



Describing people and things must, may, might, could, can’t
Interesting India
Non-defining relative clauses t
who, which, whose
Places
Wales

Making deductions
Giving extra information
Describing places

5

Planning a trip
Air travel
Irish legends

Past continuous
when, while, as
could, was/were able to,
managed to

Past actions in progress
Talking about past ability
Interrupted past actions

6

Money and savings
Celebrities and charity
The post office
Lottery winners

Present perfect t for, since
each, every, all

Talking about duration
Talking about multiple items
At the post office

7

Animal care
Jobs
Job interview
Animal welfare

Present perfect continuous t for,
since
Adjectives + prepositions

Talking about unfinished actions
Talking about skills
Going for a job interview

8

Collocations with make,
do and get
Computer games
Natural disasters
Migration

make, do and get
Present simple passive

Describing processes
Talking about natural disasters

p.6

UNIT
p.16

UNIT
p.26

UNIT
p.36

UNIT
p.46

UNIT
p.56

UNIT
p.66

UNIT
p.76

Language plus 1–8 pp.86–101

Writing bank pp.102–107

Oral exam plus pp.108–111

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Reading: predicting content, general comprehension (magazine article)
Speaking: topic discussion (cheating in sport)
Listening: true/false (favourite sport)
Writing: paragraph (favourite sport)
Pronunciation: have, have to

Language plus 2 p.88
Exam plus t Unit 2 p.15
Oral exam plus p.108

Speaking: class discussion (film genres)
Reading: matching headings (film review)
Listening and Speaking: multiple matching, summarising information
(favourite films)
Writing: a film review
Pronunciation: for

Language plus 3 p.90
Exam plus t Unit 3 p.34
Oral exam plus p.108

Speaking: speculating, describing pictures (Welsh scenes)
Listening: listening to a description, completing sentences, multiple matching
(Wales)
Reading: matching pictures to paragraphs, comprehension
Writing: tourist brochure
Pronunciation: word stress in compound nouns

Language plus 4 p.92
Exam plus t Unit 4 p.35
Oral exam plus p.109

Speaking: talking about pictures (mythical creatures)
Reading: matching definitions, general comprehension (in-flight magazine article)
Listening: ordering events (ghost stories)
Writing: a story
Pronunciation: was, were

Language plus 5 p.94
Exam plus t Unit 5 p.54
Oral exam plus p.109

Speaking: topic discussion (happiness and winning the lottery)
Reading: jumbled paragraphs, general comprehension (newspaper article)
Listening: true/false (a practical joke)
Writing: newspaper article
Pronunciation: have, has

Language plus 6 p.96
Exam plus t Unit 6 p.55
Oral exam plus p.110

Listening: ordering events (animal bravery)
Reading: matching headings, general comprehension (an article)
Speaking: topic discussion (animal welfare)
Writing: a formal letter
Pronunciation: u

Language plus 7 p.98
Exam plus t Unit 7 p.74
Oral exam plus p.110

Speaking: topic discussion (immigration in the USA)
Reading: reading for specific information, multiple matching (history book)
Listening: making notes, multiple choice (interview with an immigrant)
Writing: a newspaper article
Pronunciation: g

Language plus 8 p.100
Exam plus t Unit 8 p.75
Oral exam plus p.110

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LANGUAGE REVIEW
UNITS 7 & 8 p.84

Language plus 1 p.86
Exam plus t Unit 1 p.14

LANGUAGE REVIEW
UNITS 5 & 6 p.64

Speaking: topic discussion (saving the planet)
Reading: summary, matching headings (magazine article)
Listening: multiple matching (alternative energy sources)
Speaking: the language of discussion
Pronunciation: won’t, want

LANGUAGE REVIEW
UNITS 3 & 4 p.44

Optional extension

LANGUAGE REVIEW
UNITS 1 & 2 p.24

Skills and culture/Pronunciation


I Work in pairs. Have you got a good memory?
Do this Quiz and see how much you remember
of the story from New Horizons 1 and 2!
Check your answers on page 111 .

When Steve arrives at
Emily's house, it's ...
a his birthday.
b Christmas Day.
c Emily's birthday.

Unit 2
Who's Katie Young?
a Emily's sister
b Emily's cousin
c Emily's stepsister

Unit 3
What kind of music does
Rob like?
a rap music
b rock music
c hip hop

Unit 4
What time does Rob start
w ork at the dogs' home?
a ten olclack
b eight o'clock
c nine o'clock

Unit 5
Where's Lorenzo staying
while he's in the UK?
a at a youth hostel
b at a hotel
c at Rob's house

Unit 6
There's a problem when
Rebecca has a dinner
party. What is it?
a There isn't any pepper.
b The fish is still in the
freezer.
c There isn't any juice .

Unit 7

Unit 4

Where do Emily and
Lorenzo have lunch
together?
a at a fish and chip shop
b at Emily's house
c at an Italian restaurant

Amar says London is ...
a friendlier than Delhi.
b cheaper than Delhi.
c less polluted than Delhi.

Unit 8
Rob's upset with Emily
because ...
a she went to the cinema.
b she bought a new T-shirt.
c she went out with
Lorenzo.

Unit 1
Where did Amar work
before he came to the UK?
a at a yout h hostel
b at a call centre
c at a TV company

Unit 2
What happened to Amar's
laptop?
a he dropped it
b someone stole it
c he left it on the plane

Unit 3
Whose mobile, keys and
jumper are almost left in
the park after the picnic?
a Amar's
b Rebecca's
c Rob's

Unit 5
What's Lorenzo going to
study at university?
a Medicine
b languages
c History

Unit 6
What's the weather like in
London w hen Emily phones
Lorenzo?
a It's sunny.
b It's raining.
c It's cloudy and grey.

Unit 7
What does Steve say he's
never done?
a been to Edinburgh Festival
b been to Sheffield
c eaten haggis

Unit 8
When they go to Amar's
house·warming party,
Steve and Rebecca have
just got back from ...
a an IYJC meeting.
b a film festival.


Grammar

2

Vocabulary and
communication

Choose the correct a lterna ti ve.
Bristol is the lbiggescjbigger city in the west of
England. It is more c rowded l chanjfrom Bath,

5

I like travelling around Europe by I t_ _ .
but travelling by lp _ _ is much Quicker.
2 What did you do in Ireland? We went
' h__ and we went 4W _ _ in the
beautiful countryside.
3 What sp _ _ does the train leave from?
I don 't know, but the coach leaves from
'b_ _ 12.

but not 3sucl!/as beau tiful as Bat h. Sum mers in
Bristol are milder 4as/than in the north of
England, but winters are probably as rainy
5likejas in the north. Bristol has got one of
6a/the best universi ties in the coumry. which is
probably 7popu{arerjmore popular with
studen ts than mOst other English universi ties.
The city has got great nightlife. and weekend
nights are 8busier!as busy as in London.

3

4 You can buy the newspaper althe 7~ on
the corner, and get fruit from the 8&-nexl to the bank.
S. A city can be more 9p _ _ and 10S_ _ than
the country, but it is also 111 _ _ and more

Write the dia logue using the Past sim ple.
A Where/you/go on the school tri p last
month?

12i_ _

2 B I/gojParis.

6 She's wearing an elegant 13 d _ _ and a pair
of black 14 b _ _ •

3 A Where/you/stay?

4 B We stay/hostel/near the Eiffel Tower.
S A What/you/de?

4

Comple te t he w ord s.

6

Comple te the sen tences w ith th e cor rect
verbs a bo ut life c h oices.

6 B We go sightseeing/we visit monuments
and museums.
7 A you/buy/anything?
8 B I/ buy/ learher jacket.

_ _ to another country.
2 _ _ married and ha ve four children.
3 _ _ at university and _ _ a scien tist.

Co mpl e te the sentences w ith the co rrect form
of the verbs a nd ex pression s in brackets.

Work in pairs. Use the ideas above or othe r
life c hoices to ta lk a bout your futu re p la n s.

1

3

4
S
6
7
8

9

ID

A What
(do) when you leave
school next year?
B I
(have) a gap year.
I
(meet) Liz at six o'clock. We're
going to the cinema.
A
(ever be) to New York?
B Yes, I
.I
(go) there
last Ch ristmas.
A What _ _--,-_ (be) the weather like?
B It _ _ _ (be) freezing.
A I
(never be) 10 the circus.
B Neither -:c---,---: I.
A
(buy) the latest Green Day CD?
B
(not buy) it yet.
She
(go) to the hairdresser's bu t
she _ _ (not come) back yet.
I
(not make) dinner yet.
A
Cl/help) you with your
homework?
B No, it's OK. I
(already/do) it.
A I
(buy) a newspaper when I go
out.
B Thanks . Can you get The llldepellderu?
She
Uust/come) back from the
UK. She
(arrive) last night.

7

Put the le tte rs in th e correct orde r to w r ite
th e w ea the r words.
1 rifezegn
2 ynidw

3 dyocul
4 gyfgo

Wri te fi ve more weath e r w ords. The n
compa re your lis l with a pa rtner.

8

Trans late th e pe rso nalil y adjectives inlo yo ur
la ngua ge.
I selfish
2 reliable

3 confident
4 indecisive

Write fi ve more pe rsonality adjec ti ves. T he n
com pare your lis t w ith a partne r.

9

Write the past pa r tici ples of these verbs.
I eat
2 study

3 get
4 fly

5 go
6 move

W hich verbs are regular?

10

'Tra ns la te the word s for furn it ure a nd hom e
equi pm en t into your la nguage.
I bookcase
l sink

3 rug
4 washing-machine

Write five m ore w ords fo r furniture or home
equ ip men t. Compare your list w ith a partne r.




How will life change
in the future?
1 l ackie Davidson is a fi nalist in the
Interna tio nal Young Journalist Competit io n
(IYJC). She's ta lki ng to Lily Thompson , an

alternative energy special ist.

~ Listen and read.
Lil y
Jackie

Hi! I'm Lily Thompso n.
Hello. J'm Jackie Davidson. I'm
from Cardiff.

Lily

Oh, yes. You emailed me abou t an
article on energy in the future.

Jackie

Lily

Is there any bad news?
That sounds awful!

Translate it!

Ja ckie
Lil y

Comprehension check
2 Thue or fal se ? Write T or F. Correct the fa lse
sentences.

I Jackie contacted Lily before they met.
Z Lily thinks life in the futu re will be similar

to today.
3 People will use alternative energy in the
future.

4 Nobody uses oil in Sweden.
5 People will use cars less in the futu re.
6 People will often go to fo reign countries in
the future.



Jackie
Lily

Jackie

First of all, how will life change in
the future, Lily?
Well, I think it'll change a lot. The
biggest problem is that we wan',
have much oil left, so we'll
probably create electricity with
solar panels and wind turbines.
Sweden is ahead of most cou ntries,
and Ihey say they'll SlOp using oil
completely by 2020.
I see. So will the world be cleaner?
Yes, I hope it wil l. Because there
won't be much petrol , we'll
probably walk, cycle and use public
Iransport more. We'll probably use
fuel from new sources, too. For
example, I'll be in Bi rmi ngham next
week to meet some scientists they're making fuel from recycled
rubbish!
Wow! Is there any bad news?
Well , we wo n't go on holiday
abroad much - it'll be 100
expensive to fly because the fuel
will cost so much .
That sounds awful!


4

@nD Complete the sentences with the
words from the box . Then listen and check.

Grammar Guide

Don't use ____ pla tes. It's bad for the
environment to
plastic.
2 We'll get our electricity from
and

will
. subject + will + base form
will to talk about predictions and future facts.

"'e use

3 We'll separate all our
and
____ everything.
4 We won't sunbathe because the hole in the
______ will be bigger.
S People will take care not to damage the

lffirmative
nl be in Birmingham next week, (future fact)
It'll be too expensive. (prediction)
We'll probably walk. (prediction)
Negative

6 ____ from cars is causing ____.

We won't have much oil left. (prediction)
We won't go on holiday abroad. (prediction)

Will it come true?
I the world be cleaner? Yes, it wi ll./No, it won't .

! IlOok out!
n wrrtten English we only use ' 11 after personal

pronouns and not after names or nouns.
Ne don't use '11 in short answers.

3

5

Work in pairs. Read the following predictions
about your life in the future. Say if you think
they will or won ' t come true.
I You won't be married before you're 30.
2 You'Ulive in another country.

Check!

3 You'll have at least three children .
4 You won't earn a 101 of money in your job.
S You'll drive an electric car.
6 You won't live in a big city.

Complete the sentences with 'U, will or WOIl 'c.
Use the contracted form where possible.

A You'll live in another country.

I love studying. I'm sure I

2
3

4
S

go 10

university.
Don 't take your umbrella . It
rain
today.
A Will people live longer in the future?
B Yes, they _ __
I think we
be poorer in the future.
A Will you work in your dad's company?
B NO,we _ __

. , Vocabulary. ecology
wind turbines
environment
global warming
recycle

pollution
solar panels
throwaway rubbish
disposable

Examples:
B No, I don't think I will . I'll always Jive here.j

Yes, (hat will probably come true.
A You won't be married before you're 30.
B No, I think I will. j Yes, I think that will

defi nitely come true.
Write three more predictions abou t your
partner's future, using w ill or won 'c.
The n say if you agree with your partner's
predictions about your future.

Language (jJJ)
When we disagree about the future, we say
I don't think it will... NOT Hhmk-it-woff't...
We can use the adverbs probably (not
completely sure) or definitely (very sure)
to say how much we think the predictions are
likely to come true.

~

Already fillished?

Write six sentences predicting what w ill
happen to you in the next two weeks. Read
it again in two weeks' time a nd see how
many of your sentences were true.
\\ Workbook pp.4-5 Ex.I-5 )

fa


Talking about future possibility

I may come to Cardiff
at the weekend
6

Amar Prabhu meets Jackie Davidson a t
an IVl e meeting in London.

~ Listen a nd read.

That's very kind of you.
What's your na me?

lackie
Amar

I'm lackie Davidson.
I come from Cardiff.
Oh, yes. You' re writing
about the environment.

Hi. Are you Amar Prabhu?

Ama r

Yes, I am.

Jackie

I saw your documentary on call
centres. It was excellent!

lackie

Ama r

Amar
l ackie

That's right. I' m doing an article on
alternative energy and CAT.
CAT?
The Centre for Alternative Technology.

Give me your email address - I'll sen
you a link to their website.
My laptop's broken at the moment se
may not have Internet access for wee
But I may come to Cardiff at the weel
I've never been 10 Wales, so I'd like I
sightseeing. Perhaps we could meet l:

It's in Wales.

A mar

Really? That sounds very interesting.

That's very ki nd of you.
meet up
Give me a ring ...

Tra nslate it!

Comprehension check

7

Jackie

Amar

I'd love to, bu t I may not be there this
weekend - I might be away wi th my
parents. Give me a ring tomorrow
evening. I'll know by then.
OK. What's your phone number?

Answe r th e questions.
1
2
3
4
5

Has Jackie met Amar before?
How did she hear about Amar?
Whal does Jackie offer to do?
Why does Amar want to go to Cardiff?
Why isn't Jackie sure if she can see Amar a
the weekend?
6 What does Jackie tell Amar to do?


~ Look!

I might go ...
10
Grammar Guide

~ Listen a nd tick

may, might
:>

Olivia a nd Josh ua are discussing what they
might do during the s ummer ho lidays.
fI' the activities they

mention.

su bject + may/might + base form

Affirmative

I may come to Cardiff at the weekend.

I might be away.

egative
I might not have !nternet access.
I may not be there this weekend.

Interrogative

Short answers

Might she be away?
"Ill you be there?

Yes, she might.
No, I might not.

Might"'t isn't very common and we don't use

may n~

~ Check!
8 Make these sentences less certain, using the
verb in brackets.

4

1 I'm going to go on holiday in July. (may)
2 Amar's going to Cardiff at the weekend.
(might)
3 He's feeling ill so he won 't be at the meeting.

5

(may)

4 The supermarket is open today. (might)
5 I'm not going to finish the project on time.
(might)
6 His story isn '( true. (may)
7 I won't come to your pany. (may)
8 The weather's awful so the plane will be
late. (m ight)

What might happen?
9

1
2
3

Work in pairs. Look a t the picture and say
nine thin gs that might happen.
Exa mp le:
Number 5: I think the boy with the red T·shirt
might lose his balloon.

6
7

8
9
10

0
0

visit Mexico
meet friends
0 go on a surfing course
0 find a summer job
0 go on holiday with a friend
0 study French
0 go on a sailing course
0 stay at home
0 go camping
0 go to San Francisco

Work in pairs. Discuss what you might do
next s ummer.


I promise I'll be here
I1 The next day Amar phones Jackie.

~ Listen and
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

an swer the questions.

Wby is Amar phoning lackie?
What has Amar done?
Where will lackie be at the weekend?
What does she suggest?
Can Amar stay with Jackie?
When are Ibey going 10 speak on the phone?
What will lackie give Amar then?

Language

(jJ';

We also use will to make promises.

II

Exa mples:
I promise I'll be here then.

"/I take you out to dinner.
Different uses of will

1I 1

12 Read the sentences and write A (prediction).
B (offer ) or C (promise).
2
3
4
5
6

_
_
_
_
_
_

Cars won't use petrol in 20 years' lime.
I really wil! try co get to school on time.
She'll probably go to university next year.
I'll do the washing-up if you want.
Honestlyl I'll never use your laptop again.
I'm going that way, so I'll give you a lift
to the sta tion .

I won't be late
13

Work in g roups. In the UK. peopl e oft en
ma ke New Year's resolutions (promi ses to
change their bad habits in the new yea r).
Write three New Year's resolUlioos 00 three
separate pieces of paper.
2 Fold them and mix them up in the middle of
the table,
3 Pick up three and read them.
4 Say who you think wrote them.
Example:

1 I won't be late for the bu,s every mornin!f.
I'll lend mlCDs fo mlfriends (fhey wanf.
3 tll help my sister wdh her Maths homework.
2



~ Wor kb ook p.5 Ex.6-7, p.7 Ex.14)

Pronunciation· won 't, want

1 ~ Li sten . Th en liste n a nd repeat.
a /w;)Ont/
b /wont/

I

won 't go IQ the party.

I want to go to the party.

2 ~

Listen to the sentences a nd choose
the Correct alternative: a or b.

I a wan', b want
2 a woo't b want
3 a won't b want

4

a won't b wanl

5 a won't b want
6 a won't b want

3 ~
repea t.

Lisle n and check , Then liste n a nd


:> will
[ _ _ fly
you'l[ fly
he _ _ fly
she'll fly
;( _ _ fly
we'll fly
you _ _ fly
they _ _ fly

I won't fly
you won 'I fly

Will J fly?
_ _ you fly?

he _ _ fly
she _ _ fly
it won't fly
we _ _ fly

Will he fly?
_ _ she fly?
Will it fly?
_ _ we fly?
will you fly?
Will they fly?

you won't fly

they _ _ fly

5

Tick t/ the five correct rules.

We use will for. ..
_ future intentions.
_ making predictions based on what we
believe or hope will happen in the future.
_ spontaneous decisions.
_promises.
_ future plans and arrangements.
_

6

3 Read th e sentences and write P (promise) or

6 _

4

I won't be late for school tomorrow.
My birthday will be on a 1\.!esday next
year.
Don't worry. I'll phone him this
afternoon.
Next year I'll work hard and pass my
exams.

Complete the sentences with will or won't
and a ve rb from the box.
go

3
4
S
6

No, she won't.

No,it _ _ .
No, we won't.
No,you _ _ .

No, they won't.

Choose the correct ans wer,

drive

play

use

7

Complete the sentences with will or might.

2
3
4
S
6
7

lie
S

2

No,You _ _ .

No,he _ _ .

not used.

I'll tidy my room every week. Really!
My father will be SO next month.

have

No, [ won't.

Read the sentences and complete the rule.

F (future fact).

S _

Yes, I will.
Yes,you _ _ .
Yes,he _ _ .
Yes, she will.
Yes,it _ _ .
Yes,we _ _ .
Yes, you will.
Yes, they _ _ .

There is/There isn't an -s on the third person
singular of may and might.
2 We use may and might 10 express future
passibility/ cerrain ty.
3 The contracted form mayn't is often used!

_ offers.

[ _

negative

She may come, but s he may not.
11 m ight feel cold tonight.
His story might not be true.
subject + may (noc)jmigltc (not) +

fu l ufe facts.

2 _
3 _
4 _

affirmative

:> may, might

I Comp lete the table.

2

Short answers

Interrogative

Negative

Affirmative

In {he future we
make fuel.
1 promise I
In 2020, February
Next month I
times a week.
When I buy a bike I
school by bus again.
In 2020, people

waste to
9
to my mother.
29 days.
tennis th ree

10

I'm lired. I _ _ stay al home tonight. I
don't know.
She _ _ go 10 the gym lomorrow. I'm not
certain.
I promise 1 _ _ never speak to him again!
Mary _ _ come 10 our party, but she's not
sure.
I think they _ _ probably buy a new car.
Don'( wail for me! Otherwise you _ _
definitely be late.
I'm sure Harry _ _ do my Chemistry
homework for me.
A What will they do this summer?
B I don't know. They _ _ go on holiday.
Tom _ _ win a prize. He's the best in the
class.
It's raining. We _ _ need an umbrella.

(0

electric cars .

~ Workbook p.6 Ex.11-13, p.7 ReViSion)




Speaking
I

ATe you helping to save o ur planet? Tick t/

the things you do. Can you add anything else
to the list?
_

recycle your rubbish

_
_

walk or cycle instead of going by car
turn your slereo/TV off when you're not
using it

_ reuse plastic bags
_ turn off the lights when there's no onE' in
the room

_
_

use recycled paper
belong to an organisation like Friends of the
Earlh

Work in pairs. Compare what you do with
your partner. Who is greener? Wha t else
could you do in future?

Reading
2

While you fead • Read Ja ckie's article about

CAT and choose the best summary.
The people at CAT have some good ideas for

saving the environment but they say it's too
late IQ save the planet.
2 CAT has invented new technology to try to
make a lot of money.

3 CAT has found some interesting solutions to
ecological problems and wants to tell the rest
of society about them.

3

Comprehension check. Match the headin gs
to the correct paragraph.
a
b
c
d
e

What will you see at CAT?
Is CAT just an alternat ive energy museum?
What and where is CAT?
How does CAT tell people about its ideas?
Why does CAT exist?

4 Vocabulary· Find the words in bold in the
text. Read the sentences carefully and try to
translate them. Then check your a nswers in
a dictionary.
I destroy
2 climate change
3 fossil fuels
4 run out
5 damage
6 environmentally friend ly
7 renewable
8 dispose
9 waste
10 displays

.,

Are you worried about the future of our
planet? Do you ever think about how much
energy you use or how you are wasting the
earth's resources? Do you ever wonder what
you can do to change things? Well, CAT is
here to help you ...

' ________________________

CAT stands for the Centre for Alternative
Technology. It's in Wales, about 170 km west
of Birmingham.
2 ____________
__-~----

The way we live now will destroy our planet.
We are polluting the environment, wasting
the earth's resources and causing climate
change . Fossil fuels will run out eventually,
too. The people at CAT want to give us
practical solutions to some of these problems
and demonstrate ways in which people,
nature and technology can exist together
successfully. They want to show that
it's possible to live in a way that doesn't
damage the environment for future
generations.
3 ____- - - - - - - -__- -- -__- - At CAT they'll show you how you can be
more environm entally friendly in all areas
of your everyday life. The wind, the su n and
water can provide us with renewable energy
and at CAT you'll see how they use them
to generate electricity. For example, they
use solar panels to make hot water. They
will show you how to grow your own food
organically, and how to make your house

Listening
5 ~ Listen to this class disc ussion about
CAT. Who's optimistic about the fu ture, Lia or
Aidan?
Then listen again and complete the sentences.
I think that
will be essential
in the future, you know, when the oil
2 We can combine different kinds of
_ _ _ _ _ _ , like wind and _ _ __
power.


Speaking
6 Read the Study Strategy a nd do the exercise.

The language of discussion
re energy-efficient so
won't need to use so much
'1 fuel. For example, they use special
.gilt bulbs to save energy, and their newest
ding is insulated with sheep's wool. They
also show you how to dispose of your
e without damaging the environment.
promotes its ideas in a variety of ways.
is a visitor centre with interactive
.;Zsplays and an information service where
11 give you free advice by phone, lette r
emai!. They also have residential courses,
-ld publish books o n various green issues.
T)),ere

. it isn't! People actually live at the centre,
"q)€rimenting with different ways of living
putting the centre's ideas into practice in
'"leir own lives. At CAT they think about the
vicon mental impact of everything they do,
..Dd they offer simple, practical ideas to help
-s all make a difference.
So CAT is a lesson for us all. Visit the centre
..nd you'll see that it really is possible to live
rell without damaging the environment.

When you take part in a formal discussion in English,
use these words and phrases.
Giving your point of view
Well, I think that.. .
In my opinion ...
Personally, 1think that ...
Personally, I'd like to see ...
Agreeing
Yes, I agree .
Absolutely!
1couldn't agree more.
Disagreeing
But on the other hand ...
I'm afraid I don't agree.
I don't think that's true.
I totally disagree.
Interrupting
Excuse me, but.. .
Can I just say something?
Sorry to interrupt, but.. .
I can see that. but.. .
Asking for clarification
What exactly do you mean?
Could you give an example?

Work in groups. Discuss Jackie 's article. Use
the language from the Study Strategy. Who
do you agree with, Aidan or Lia?

Writing

7

3 I think that when we have no more
_ _ _ _ _ _ , people's lives will change
d rastically.
4 J suppose people _ __ __ _ _ __ _
_ _ __ _ , though.
5 People may not have ____ transport,
apart from bikes, so they _ _ _ _ __
more.

Write a paragra ph in 100- 120 words
summarisi ng your views on saving our
planet. Think a bout:
• life in SO years' time (what will it be like?)
• the end of oil (what will happen?)
• alternative energy sources (will they be
enough?)
• pollution (can we stop it?)
• our lifestyle (will people change?)
Begin like this:

I feel Oftimistlt/pessimistic about the futur'e of
the planet because...

Extra practice

l anguage plus 1 p.86




Reading
True/false/not given

1

2

Read an interview with a teenager who
protests against a new road nea r her village.
Decide if sta te men ts 1- 8 are true (T). false
(F) or if there is no in formation (N) in the text
about them. Write T, F or N.

3

4
5

We went to Totnes In
Devon last week to
interview Daisy
Goodwin. Daisy is 17
years old and has
been in the news

6
7

recently because of

8

her protest against

the construction of a
new road near her
village.

Exam

Daisy, what are you protesting about?
construction company got permission to build a

new road there to take some of the traffic out
of the vi llage. It's a beautiful place and lots of
people go there to walk and play. The road will
spoil it for everyone, so I decided to take action.

Writing

How have you protested?

Do you think your protest will be

successful?
Well, it might be, but I'm not sure . There's no
easy answer to these problems, you know what I
mean? Everyone was rea lly interested in our
protest and we were on the radio and TV. Local
people were really angry about the new road
when they found out about it. We haven't g.ot a
definite answer yet, but the council is
investigating the case and they may not allow
the construction to go ahead. However, it may
take months to get a decision .

What are your plans for the future?
When I leave school at the end of the year, I
might go to university and do Envi ronmental
Studies or I might not go to university. I might
go and work for Greenpeace instead. I rea lly
care about the environment and I will always try
to do something for our planet .



(jJb

Only mark T (true) or F (false) if there is
information in the text to prove that the
statement is cor rect or incorr ect. If ther e is no
information, yo u must mark N (not given).

Well, it's the park near my house. Last month a

I came here with some friends and we put up
our tents because the law says that if you st ay in
a place for more than 24 hours, you can stay
there until the court orders you to go. Then
after 24 hours we phoned the newspapers and
the TV to get publicity and other eco-protesters
joined us.

Daisy went to Devon last week IQ protest
against a new road in Totnes. _
The new road will destroy the park near
Daisy's home. _
According to law, you ca nnot stay in one
place for more than 24 hours wi thout
permission from the court . _
The protesters didn't want to attract any
publici ty. _
People living in the village were unhappy
about the road construction plans . _
The council has decided not 10 let the
company continue building the road. _
Daisy's favourite subject at school is
Environmen tal Studies. _
Daisy hasn't decided if she is going to stu dy
at university. _

A semi-formal letter

2

Turn to page 111. Read a letter from a reader
of TeenAge magazi ne who is writing a bout
the environment. Write a sim ila r leller (in
120- 180 words) to the magazine. Include this
information :
• environmental problems in modern society,
• the specific problems in your town or area,
• what you do now to improve the
environment,
• what you will do in the future.

Exam

(jJb

Check that you have included al l four pieces of
information from the instr uctions. Check t hat
you have written between 120 and 180 words.
Then check your writing for mistakes.
(Writing bank. P.1D2)


Listening
Short answe r completion
1;11 LiSlen 10 Chris talking to hi s

grandfather about the differences between
llie now and when hi s grandfa ther was a
teenager. Complete each statement (I - 8) with
one word or name only.
1 When Chris's grandfather was at school, he
didn'l have 10 do a lot of _ _ __
1 Chris is going to have _ _ _ _ before he
has 10 work .

3 Chris 's grandfather gave
the
mo ney he made at the bike shop to his
mother.

-l

won '( have 10 do military service.

S Chris's grandfather always went to church
withhis _ __
6 Chri s _ _ _ _ go on holiday with his
frie nds.

- Cbris's grand father started working when he
W d5 _ _ __

Chris _ _ _ _ have to leave school next
year.

Exam

(lJ!)

Read the gapped sentences carefully. The word
you choose must fit grammatically as well as
logically into the sentence , The words you hear
on the recording may not always be the exact
Nords you'll need to write!

Travelling by bus in London is cheaper than using the
Underground, although during the rush hour you
might get stuck in traffic jams.
Bus lines cover almost I
areas of the city,
even the parts that the Tube doesn't go to. Within
a ticket from
the City centre. you must 2
a vending machine at the bus stop before you get on
the bus, or you must hold a valid travel card.
3
the centre, you can pay your fa re to the
a valid ticket,
driver. If you are caught 4
you have to p... y ... hefty fine.
At the bus stop, ... sign indicates the numbers of the
buses 5
stop there. There is often a map
showing the location of other bus stops in the area.
If you see your bus approaching, you must wave to
signal the driver you would like him to stop. Oust do
this the way you would flag a taxi in the street.)
British usually queue at the
Remember, 6
stops, and they frown at people cutting in front of
them. If the same door is used for getting on and off
the bus, allow people to get off first 7
you
you bought your ticket
step on board. 8
from a vending machine, show it to the driver.
When you want to get 9
, push the button
to ring the bell. Don't leave this to the last moment,
as the driver may not be 10
to stop in
time and will skip your stop. [f you get off through
the front door, the polite t hing is to thank the
driver.

Exam

Use of English
Open doze
Read an extract from a leaflet for foreign
\isitors to London . Complete the text with
one word only in each gap (1 - 10).

(lJ!)

Read through the whole text Quickly before
you start filling in the gaps. Understanding the
whole text will help you to find the best words.
You may also find clues later in the text that
help you to fill in some of the earlier gaps.

Speaking
Situational role-play
(Oral exam plus · P.108 )

.,


I must come here more often!
Amar and Jackie decide 10 go ice skating in Cardiff o n Saturday afternoon.

~ Li slen and read.

Yes, it does, and we ml
take a £5 deposit for €c:
pair of skates, 100.

Comprehension check

2
t op up

That's OK.
He was a bit stroppy!

Here we go, th en.

Answer the questions.
I
2
3
4

Why is Jackie late?
Is Amar angry with her?
Have Jackie and Amar got their own ska te
How much money will they get back whel

they go home?
5 Why does the man shout at Amar?
6 Does Jackie like ice skating?


Grammar Guide

must, mustn't

Vocabulary
• classroom behaviour
4 Match the pictures to the correct phrases
from the box. Use each phrase only once.
send text messages
2 do 'your homework
3 chew chewing gum
4 bring your books
5 chat

(order from

6 interrupt
7 pass notes
8 take notes
9 listen carefully
10 cheat

mustn't take drinks on to the ice. (order from
~ority)

! rrookout!
,Jon't usually use mu st in the interrogative form:
b.?

3 Complete the sentences with musc or mustn 't.

2
3
-I

5
6
7
8

We
forget to buy Mu m a birthday
present.
You ____ take food into the museum.
You
give your seat on the bus to
an old person.
I really
leave now - I'm already
late.
You
buy your ticket before you get
on an Underground train.
All visitors
check in when they
arrive at the hotel.
She
go home after II p.m. or her
parents will get angry.
You
walk on th e grass.

Classroom contract
5

Look at the words in the box in exercise 4.
Write ten rules for a classroom contract,
using must!musln 'c. Number them in order
of importance (I - very important).
Work in pairs. Compare your rules a nd agree
on the six most important ones.
Agree on six rules for your class. Make
a poste r and put it on the wall in your
classroom.

~ Workbook pp.8-9 EX.2-4 )




Do you have to take
your shoes off?
6

Jackie invites Amar to dinner at her house
after ice skating.

~ Listen and read.
Jackie
A mar

Jackie
Amar

Ice skating's fun, isn' t it?
Er .. yes, it was great.

What's up, Amar? Is something
bothering you?
Well, actually, ['m a bit nervous
about this evening. This is my first
invitation to dinner since J arrived
in the UK.

lackie
Amar

What's the problem?
Well, [ don 't know what I have to
do . For example, do you have to
take your shoes off w hen you go
into someone's house?

Jackie

No, you don't. Why?

A mar

We have to take them off in India.
Oh, I see. Well, you don't have to

Jackie

take your shoes off at my house though my mum goes mad when I
wear my dirty trainers in the living

room! What other rules are there in
Amar

Jackie

Amar
Jackie

Amar
Jackie
Amar

.,

India?
Well , you have to refuse the first
offer of a drink or snack. And you
have to leave some food on your
plate at the end of the meal - you
mustn't finish it all or the host will
think you're still hungry !
Wow! That's interesting! Well,
don't worry - I don't think there
are any rules for you to learn here.
Oh, perhaps there's one - people
often take chocolates or flowers
when they go to dinner at
someone's house.
So shall I get your parents a present
for tonight?
No, you don' t have to bring
anything. My parents don't make a
big fuss about that sort of thing.
I'd like to take something. What
sha ll I get?
Well, my mum loves flowers ... or
chocolates .
Right. Let's go in here and I'll get
both!

What's up?
Is something
bothering you?
goes mad
make a fuss about

Comprehension check
7

Complete the sentences with India or the UK.
1 In
you have to take off your shoes
when you go into someone's house.
2 In
you don't usually have 10 take
off your shoes when you go into someone's
house.
3 In
you have to refuse the firs t offer
of a drink.
4 In
you mustn't finish all your food .
5 In
there are no rules about leaving
food on your plate.
6 In
it's common to take something
for the host if you are invited for dinner at
someone's house .


Talking about rules and laws
\0 Matc h the phrases below to the correct
pictu res.

Grammar Guide

no parking sign
2 zebra crossing
3 speed limit
4 double white line
5 crossroads

have to

6 traffic lights
7 stop sign
8 one-way street
9 motorway

1on't have to take your shoes off.

ative
:pou have to ta ke your

Short answers
Yes, you doJNo, you don 't.

off'
..se have to when the rule is imposed by
ne else. We use must in formal notices or to
an order to ourselves.

Complete the senten ces with halJe to , don't
Ul>e co or mustn 't and the verbs in brackets.
1 In the UK, most children _ _ (go) to
school on Saturdays.
~ You _ _ (copy) someone else's answers

in a lese
.; You _ _ (listen), or you won' t understand .

, I _ _ (get up) early on Sunday - I can slay
in bed late.
5 Children usually _ _ (wear) a un iform at
British schools.
6 You _ _ (h urry). you 're not [ate.
You _ _ (be) 17 to drive in the UK.
5 You _ _ (forget) to do you r homework.

Vocabulary. rules of the road


Highway Code
J I How well do you know the Highwa y Code?
Complete the sentences with musrn't, have lO
or don 't have lOo

\latch the verbs to the phrases.
1

overtake _

:! SlOp _

3 slow down _
wear _
5 park _

~

a a safety helmet
b where it is marked
on the road
c before a zebra crossi ng
d a slower car
e when the light is red

2
3
4

S
6

You
overtake where there's a
double white line.
You
ride a bicycle on a motorway.
When you ride a motorbike, you _ _ __
wear a helmet.
You _ _ __ wear a helmet on a bike.
You
d rive a tractor on a motorway.
You
stop for pedestrians on a zebra
crossing.

Work in pairs. Check your a nswers on page
Ill . Then write four more sentences with
gaps about the Highway Code together.
Change partners and ask your new partner to
complete your sentences.

~ Workbook p.8 Ex. I, p.9 Ex.5-7. pp.tO-I! Ex.12-13 )


I'll have to write a
really special article!

have to, had to, will have to
14 Comp le te the sentences with the correct form
of have lOo

~
2

3
4
5
6

7

12 Jackie and Amar are ta lking about the IVle
after dinner.

~ Li sten and an sw er

I

I 3 ~ Listen again and complete these
sentences with the correct form of
had to or wiflllave to.

have co,

I ____ learn to use a camera.
2 They _ _ __ be careful not to lose their
jobs.
3 I ____ do a lot more work on it.
4 I always
spend a long time doing

research.
5 I _ _ _ _ deal with all the technical
problems.
6 I
write a really special article to
beal yours!

Language

@

Have to changes in the past and future.
Must is the same for the present and the future,
in the past we can use only had to.



present

past

future

have to
don't have to
must
mustn't

had to
didn't have to
had to

willrl! have to
won't have to
must
mustn't

-

What did you have to do?

the question s.

1 Why didn ' t some people wa nt 10 talk 10
Amar when he was ma king his film?
2 What does Amar think of Jackie's article?
3 What's Amar's new art icle going to be
about?
4 Has he started wri ting it yet?
5 What do Amar and lackie decide to do?

I'

S

~ Workbook pp.9-10 Ex.8-11 )

She
sludy hard when she goes 10
university next year.
I
lend my sister my umbrella
because it was raining.
You
do the washing-up - I' ve
already done it.
When we were al primary school we
_ ___ do much homework.
You
ask your pa rents if yo u can
come to the gig tomorrow.
On Thesdays I
stay after school for
football practice.
We
go to school in 2050 - we'll
have lessons at home.
You
drive on the left in the UK.

15

Write two answers for each Question.
What did you have to do yesterday?
2 What do you have to do today?

3 What will you have to do next week?
Work in pairs. Ask and answer about what
you have to do .
Exa mple:
A What did you have to do yesterday?
B J had to tidy my room. I didn't have 10 do
any homework.



,

Already f;tI;sf,ed?

Write a paragraph in 100 words about what
you h ad to/ didn ' t have to do when you were
eight years old.

When I was eiJh; I ha,{ to JO to school but I
didn't have to Clo much homewoyk.
Pronunciation· have, have to

I ~ Listen. Then li sten and repeat.
a Ihrev/ l 'lI have homework every day.
b Ihl.cftal I'll have to do homework every day.

2 ~ Write a o r b in

the space. Listen and
check. Then listen and repeat.
2
3
4
5

_
_
_
_
_

He'll have a shower in the morning.
You have to be 18 to buy beer in tile UK.
I have to go to school.
We have a break at ID.30.
Did you have to go to school by bus?


Grammar checl<

~ must, mustn't

6

I Match the sentences to the correct function.
_ I wan t 10 pass my exams. I must study

IB/vote You have to be 18 to vote.
2 seat belt/ car
6 drive on the right
3 school/Saturdays
7 14/ride/scooter
4 uniform/school
B IS/get married
SIB/drive a car

more.

2 _ You mustn ', go 10 bed lale.
3 _ You must pay attention in m y lesson!
4 _ Visitors must park in the visitors' car
park .
a We use You must/ mustn 't... in public

7

When you were my age. Idid you have
to/must you do a lot of homework, Gran?
Gran No. I didn't. But I 2must/had lO work

do something.
c We use I must/! mustn 'r. .. to say we think
it's necessary or important to do something.
d People in authority use You must ... to tell

hard in the afternoons. I worked in a
factory, and I 3had to/'ll have to give ha lf
the money to my father because we
didn't have much money. You 4'll/wve
to/won't have to work until you finish
university.
Tom What else was different?
Gran Well, we Shad to/didn 'f have to go to
school on Saturdays. Only Sunday was
free. Also, I 6had rO//lave to leave school
when I was 16 and get a job, but you can
choose. You 7 won 't have to/musln'c leave
school next year. You'll be able to stay at
school and then go to university.

someone to do something.
Complete the rule.
subject + mustjmustn '( + ____

3

Rewrite the sente nces using must or mustn 't.
Don't get off the bus while it's moving.

;ou Wfustn't!Jd offthe bus whtle its mOVlitJ.
2 Don't take food into your classroom.
3 II'S important that you finish all your
homework before you go QUI.
4 Come home before 11 o'clock.
S It's very importanl that I get a parI-time job,
6 Don't spend tOO much time on the Internet.

~ must or have to?
8 Answe r the qu estions,

~ have to
4

I Do we use

Read the sentences and complete the rules,

that something isn't permitted?

2 I don't have to get up early on Sundays.
3 Does he have to wear a uniform at school?

5

Match the sentences in exercise 4 to the
correct function,
a _ We use have to to talk about rules and
laws.
b _ We use ha ve to to talk about social
conventions.
c _ We use don't have to when it's not
necessary to do something.

must in questions?

2 Do we use mustn 't or dOll 't have to 10 say

I You have to be on time for mea ls,

Affirmat ive
subject + _ _ _ / Ilm to + base fo rm
Negative
subject + ____ Idoesn 'f have 10 + base
form
In terrogative
Do/
+ subject + ____ + base
form

Choose the correct a lternative,
Tom

notices.
b We use You mustn 't .. to tell someone not to

2

Write sentences about rules in your country,
using the words given and ha ve to or dort 't
have to.

3 Do we use mustn 't or don't have to to say
that it isn't necessary to do something?
4 What is the past form of must?

9

Complete the sentences with the correct fo rm
of must/ have lO,
1 You
write on walls.
2 We
hurry. There's lots of time.
park in the school car
3 Students
park. It 's only fo r teachers.
4 You
bring your umbrella. I've got
two.
S In Polis h schools you _ _ _ _ wea r
uniforms.
6 _ ___ work hard yesterday?

~ Workbook p.ll

ReviSion )




Skills and culture

Reading
I

Before you read· What do the people in the
photos have in common? Look al the title

of the newspaper article below. What sort
of information do you think will be in the
article? Make notes.

]uventus {earn


While you read. Read the article and check
see if your ideas for exercise 1 were right.

ill

Listening
6 Before you listen · Which sports do these
belong to? Write a sport in th e space.

Comprehension check· Answer the
questions.
I Why do people cheat in span, according to

the article?
.. Who was Nancy Kerrigan?
3 What are twO of the biggest problems in
football?
4 Why did Ben Johnson lose his Olympic title?
~ Why did Tom 5impson die?
6 What miglll be a way to stop drug abuse in
cycling?
- What will happen if we don't find solutions
to these problems?
'·ocabulary . Find the words in bold in the
leX! and translate them into your language.
.:!
3
4
5

6
9
'0

• ball

no matter what it takes
inju re
medal

fine
give up
cheating
drug
banned
stage
otherwise

Speaking

5

2 _ __

Work in pairs. Discuss the fo llowing
Questions. Then report back to the class.
Why do you think people cheat?
2: Do you think cheating is wrong? Why?

3 Are there any situations where you might
cheat?
-I How can we try 10 stop cheating in sport?

7 ~ Listen to Nadia describing her
favourite sport. Which of th e sports above
is she describing?
Listen agai n. lTue or false? Write T or F.
Correct the fa lse sentences.
1 You have to be very fit to be good at this
game.
2 People usually play for an hour and 40
minutes.
3 The ball is very hard.
4 The ball moves more quickly when it gets
hot.
5 The ball mu sln't bounce on the floor twice.
6 You have to score five points to win.

Writing
8 Write a paragraph in 100-150 words to
describe your favourite sport.
Include this information:






the name of the sport
when you got interested in it
when and how often you play/ watch it
a brief description of how to play it
why you like it

( Extra practice

I

Language plus 2 p.88 )




Vocabulary

5

I Find six words or phrases connected with
ecology in the word box .

,pollution

3
4

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zebra

4 traffic

a
b
c
d

5 no parking
6 double white

I street

3 one-way

Z

L
K

Why will transport be very different in t.
future?

2 How will people travel?

limit
lights
sign

3 How will public transport be different?
4 Will people have personallransport?

crossing

e line

5 Will ca rs be cheap?

6 What other means of transport will peo):

Complete the verbs connected with classroom
behaviour.

I c
2 I
3 p

chewing-gum
carefully
notes

4 5

6 d

text messages
in an exam
your homework

7 i
8 b

the speaker
your Student's Books to class

5 c

I,

T

I believe that transport in the future win be very
different because there won't be any oil left. Poll
win be a really serioos problem. I think that poor:
will use public transport
, and it will be c:he;
and better. People will
have personal
tranSjXll1 , but the
, whiCh wit
quite expensive.
be vel
popular to(

Match 1- 6 with a- f to make phrases
connected with rules of the road.
2 speed

3

Transport in the future

5
6

G W
X I

A

Read a Briti sh teenager's predictions ah(
the future and answer the questions.

Grammar
4 Look at your answers in exercise 3, a nd
write the eight classroom rules with muse or

use?

6

Rewrite the sentences about possibility u

may/ might. (Either modal verb is correct
each sentence.)
Maybe I'll go out with my friends on
Saturday night

2 Perhaps my parents will buy me a car wl
I'm 18.
3 I'm not sure that I'll pass my exams at th
end of the year.

mustn't.
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

_________________________
_________________________
______________________
_________________________
_______________________
_______________________
_______________________

4 My friends and I think we'll have a party
next weekend, but it depends.
5 ['m not sure if I'll go out thi s evening. I'r
a bit tired.
6 Maybe I'll need English for my job when
1 leave school.


.. Camplete Jake's letter to 7eenAge magazine
ith the correct affirmative or positive form
• have to.

J0 ~

Listen to check your answers in
exercise 9 .

Communication

Dear TeenAge magazine,

11 Choose the correct alternatives to complete

~y parents are very
...nfair! I'm sure they
:han me. Every
"T!orning I ' _ _ get
... p early to take the
dog for a walk, but
'"fly sister 2_ _ do
anythi ng.
Then I 3_ _ take out the rubbish
every even ing after dinner. Sometimes
."y sister 4_ _ do the washing-up, but
she usually finds an excuse like she says
she 5_ _ d o too much homework. And
of course my sister 6_ _ help wit h the
cleaning at the weekends because she's
got a Saturday j ob.

n summer, I also 7_ _ cut the g rass in
:ne garden while my sister just sits there
reading her magazines. It's a miracle that
, __ t idy her bedroom as well as mine!

the dialogue.
Alice
Sean

Alice

Sean

Alice
Sean

Alice

What do you think?
Yours angrily,

12 ~ Listen to check your dialogue.

Jake

I 3 Work in pairs. Talk about your plans for the

Listen to check your answers in
exercise 7.


1:18

weekend, and find something you could do
together and agree on what you're going to do.
Use some of these ideas or your own ideas.

Underline the correct alternative.

liS
trdining to be dn di~ine pilot dt the:

moment. Before she got on the course, she

to!must hdve

'h,d

very good A level resu lts in three

subjects, including Mdths. She's enjoying il, but

2hdS to!hdd to study a
lot every d.ty. ust yeilr, she 3 must!hdd to take
six theory exdms, otnd next yedr she 4 '/I must! '11
hdve 10 tdke otnother six. She knows thott she
: must! hdd 10 work hdrd ilt her flying. Commercial
pilots 6h'JVf! 10!hdS to do a minimum of 150
tt's very hdrd work. She

hours of flying before they Cdn cdrry Pdssengers.
She 7 must! '/I h,ve la do d prdcticdl flying test dt
the end of the uaining, and she's quite n ervous
about it. When Lisa pmes all her exams, she

s'lI h"ve 10!hdS to Hy as a co-pilot for 11

lo ng time

before she Cdn become a First Omcer in chdrge
of

oS

pldne.

Hi Sean! What's up? What are you
doing this weekend?
I' m not sure. I l 'll/miglu go shopping
on Saturday. I 2like/'d like to buy some
new COs in the summer sales.
Oh , that 's a great idea. I 3must/ can buy
a birthday present for my brother, and
he loves music. Perhaps we
4could /m usl meet up in town ?
I slove/,d love lO, but I 6may not/ mayn 'l
be here. I 7haue to/might go to London
with my parents instead. Sorry.
That 's OK - never mind. It was just an
idea.
You know what? l'U 8send/giue you a
ri ng on Saturday morn ing, and if I don 't
go to London, we 9haIJe to/could go
shopping togelher.
Thanks, Sean. That 's really IOspecial/
kind of you!








shoppi ng
going to the cinema
going skating
having lunch together
playing tennis
going for a walk


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