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lntroduction
Welcome Lo Wo dvielo, '¿ fourlevel English course for
adldts and youngadults. WorLlvt¿¿, builds fluencyby
exploring awide range ofcompelling topics
presented fuom an intematioral peFpective. A
trademark two-page lesson design, with clear and
attainable language goats, €nsures that sludents feel
a sens€ of accomplishmenl and increased
self-confidence in every class.

Worldllt¿¿rl apprcach to language learning folows a

. The Class Audio Program is available in either CD
or cassette format and corrains al1 tire recorded
material for in-class us€.
. The Teacher's Resoüce Book (wilh Testing Audio
CD and Testcen Software) has thr€e sections of
reproducible material: extra communication
actiüties for in-class use, modelwriting passagcs
for each Student Book\\,riring assignment, and a
coDrplete testing program: seven quizzes and ¡vo
tests, along with scoring guides and answerkcys.
Also ircluded are an Aüdio CD for use with the
quizzes and tests and an easy-to-use lestcen
software CD for customizing the tests.

simple and proven MAP:

. Motivate learning through stimulating content a¡d
achievable learning goals.
.Anchor language production with st¡ong, focused
language preseniations.
. Personalize learninC tlüough engaging and
communicative speáking activities.

. For each level of the tuII coüse. the l4Ioravíerll
Video prcsents sever, five minure authentic video
segments connected to St d¿¿¡Boo¡topics. Notes
to the Teacher arc available in the ytd¿o package,
and Student Actiüly Sheets car be dowÍloaded
f¡om the wor¡¡lvi?¡, CoDpanion Website.

Coürse cornponents

The Wo dvieu Student Book with Student Audio CD
and the Wortúoo¿ are available in both full and split

ediiions.
. Stüdent Book s.lth Srüdent Audlo CD (Spltt ,E¿¿¡7b¿)
The Student Book contains 14, four page units;
pefodic Revie$, Units; two World of Music Units;
Information for Pair and Group Work; aVocabulary
listi and a Grammar Reference section.
Th€ Student Audio CD includes tacks for al
pronunciation and lisrening exercises (or reading
r€)lts, in selected units) in rl\e Student Book.The
Stúdent Audío CD c:l],be usedwithth€ Sfr¿J¿nt

Boot for self studyand coordinates with the
la orlüooL lir.ening ¿nd prL,r'un' iariol L \er.i-e\
. For each actiüty in the Student Book, the
interleaved Teache¡'s Edition provides step'by- step
procedures and exercise ans$,erkeys as well as a
wealth oI teacher suppor¡ unitwarm ups, Optional
Activiiies, Extensions, Culture Noies, Background
Information, Teaching Tips, Wrap-ups, and
extensive Language Notes.In addirion, the l¿dcft¿rt
t¿itior? includes acourse orientalion guide, tllll
audio scripts, and the /ort ook answe. key.
. Theworkbook asplt¡-L?t¡ionJ has 14 three page
units that corespond to e ach ol rhe Student Book

ünits. tJsed in conjunction lvith th€ Stud¿r¡tA&d¡¿
CD,lhe Workbook ptolides abundanl review and
practice activitics forVocabul¡ry Gmmmar
Listening, and Pronunciation, along with pedodic
Self- qüzzes. A Learning Stntegies section at

the

beginning of the ü/ork ook helps students to be

.

The Wor¡¡lvia, Cornpanion Website

(ww.lo¡gman.com/worldücw) provides a variety
of teaching support, includingVidco
Sheets
and süpplemental reading materi¡1. ^ctivity

Unit (ont€nts
Each ofthe units in Worldvia¿, has seven closely

. Cetting itaned: , o¡n un¡
"ll\ c open nts, \'r, i.c
"
that introduces targe t vocabulary
. Listening/Reading: a tünctional conversation or
thematic passage Lhat introdüces targer grammar
. crámmár focus: an exercise seqüence thal allows
students lo focüs on the newgrammar point and to
solidi¡, Lleir leajning
. Pronunciation: slress, rhfhm, aDd intonation
p¡actice based on üe target vocabulary and
grámnlar
. Speaking: an intenctive spealdng task focused on
stuLdent production of target vocabr ary gramma!
a¡d lunctional larguage
. Writing: a personalized writing acriüty that
stimulates student production of target vocabula ry
and grannmr

. Conversa¡ion to go: a concise rcminder ofthe
glarnmar tunctional language introduced in the u]rit
course length
With its fleible lb¡mat and course compon€nts,
W¿rldyi¿&r responds ro a variety ofcourse needs, and
is süitable fbr35 to 45 hours ofclassroom
instrüction- Each unitcanbe easily expanded by
üsing bonüs activities liomrlrc 1¿acher\ Ed.ition,
reproducible activiti€s available in üe 'l¿dcl¿¡t
li¿so¡¿r.¿ a¿ok, linked lessons

tiom the Wo¡l¿vta,

progr¿m, á¡d supplementary reading
assignments in the Wor¿¿Jview Companion Website.
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Scope and Sequence
Gretlnqs ¿nd l€vetakings;

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Here's my card.

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Meeting people

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Around

Rev¡ew

1

(Units

13)

Listenlng: People i¡lrodu.ing

Nrió.alili4 á¡d.oxnirie(

R€ding: A¡€ vou /n¡ernaúbnd/¿ A quiz abo!1

Lisieni¡g:A phone conversalion be¡/veen
a sn esp€¡son ¿t an

¿ customer ¿nd

olice srpply s¡orc

Paqe rB

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Favor¡te th¡ngs

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Lirening:A radio inierui€w wllh people ¿bout their

$i¡gs

f¿vorite

lnterest¡ng

Readlnq: A website featuring Ponabello Road

places

urening: A

offi@ . ..

Listening:

deÍiptlo¡

of Haruard Square

a woÍran telling moving men whére to pln

living room

or living room?

A leiter to a pen pal about T¡¿¡kqivinq

R€¿dinq:

/1/, unn e

ihemrlves ¿nd sayinq

intem¿tiona people and thinqs

office obj€cl¡j nunrbeB 20-99

t4¡orld of Mus¡c

Celebrat¡ons
(Unih 5-8) hee30

Review 2

fu. untr s

The col¡ectors



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Reüew

Lis¡enlng: A sho¡l conveGalion between two businesspeople

Ocdpationsi numbels 0-19

thewo d

Sett¡ng up a
home office

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Fi6t Listenlng: People greeting each oher and saying goodbye

s{ond

R€diiq: rh€ 8,g9ef Galield Corert¡on, an article abor,t
¡umbérs 100

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1,000 000

Words rel¿t€d to commüniction

ti/orld of N]üs¡c

2

Reading: On Va.ntian

wiú Tn

Lee, an

adicl€ about what

t¿vei writer lakes and doesnl take on vacaiion

Lisleni¡g:A coN€6ation between

Shopp¡n9
912)

who have carfield colectibles

Listeninq: a conveEation about howAmericans cor¡municale

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Travel¡ng

(Units

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Ilrings you lake on v¿otio'r;

3

pmp

clerk



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mme¡!

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a customer and

a

othing sk)re

Páqe 16

Paee 5a

List€¡i¡g:A radio int€¡Mew in a slpermarket about

y'l wtt tz

How sweet ¡t ¡sl

Re¡dinq: sáort ánd Sweel an anicle about th€ problem
of ealing too m¿ny sweeh

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(Unit 1314) Pá9. /6

lnformat¡on for pair and group
Grammar Referen(e Pdge r42

IV

Reading: Changing./obs: Ihe ca¡€€r coffrft¿na, a w€bslle
l€aturinq two people who ch¿ng€ jobs

lob exchange

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sentence

rMm

saying he//o and goodb.ye;
introd ucing you

Write p€ople s names corr€rtly

Éelf

spellingfames
[4aking introductions

lndefnite anicles:
be simple

D€scribe n/vo fiends ¿nd iheir

a, ¿n

ple5ert Yel¡vo

Plurah; be simpl€ pres€nt:

W

F¿lling inronalion for

wá-

t€ ¿n inr€marional quiz

Askinq for and giving

Wil€ inlomaiion

Talkinq ¿bout people

wrile a pardqaph about a
ftiendl fa!9ite $inqs

on order fonn

quesrions ¿nd sratem€nls

and f¿vorite

dri¡gs

Talkinq about pl¿ces

Wirte a review of your favorite

DeÍr'be an offce or liünq roon

Simple present

¿fliínali!€

Write á letter to

¿

liiend aboul a

eñding

Simple

Fes€llt YelNo querion5

Write a paEg¡¿ph colleclibles

falkinq about

muaum

short answers negative sf¿lemsÍs

or a colleclion in ¿

Simple present

Desüibe how you communlc¿te

Weak fo¡ms:

4 a4 rome, any

Talking about v¿cations

Dessibe your lravel plant
lncluding ihinqs ¡o pack and

Alkjng for infomafon

DemonsÍative adjectivesl

[4ake a shopping list of clolhes you
need, including ilems colort and sizes

Count and non count nouns;

vowel sounds: /o/ in not and

Talklnq aboul

úe

WÍE

an email about foods you

like and how much you eal
Quantifiers:

mud, manf

¡,skins about job skills

Descdbe your job skil

s,

lndudifq


Here's my card.
i/t:tthú¿r'.r Greetings and leave-takings; introductions;

names; the alphabet
affirmative statements; subject pronouns
ti,t1¿,1i.ine Sayir\g hello and goodbye; introducing yourself; spelling names

(.1'/):.,-.ttitixt be simple present:

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Look at photos A-C. What are the people doing? What are they say¡ng?

ffi A

tlst n to

fnree conver5at¡ons. Wh¡ch conversat¡on matches each photo?

Photo A

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Photo B

Photo C

t;::;, compare your answers.

^na
Miguel Santos.

Grace Lee.

B:

Miguel Sartos.
you.

B:

you, too.
my business card.

B:

-

B: (:lood bye.

@

rur.1¡|.',. compare your answers.

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Listen. Not¡ce the rhythm of the sentences. The important words are
¡onger and stronger.
my cs¡'r.f
Fitsi'?I

r,neet you

lüter

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{ard.
l'rr: with h:erlz.
f5Ne¿¡ied to ,'nee'e you,
¡{i.i-- to r¡eet yoLr, túl}
see you later.
hi¿--rÉ's my

risten and reoeat.

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Pract¡ce the conversat¡on in

Exercise 4, lJse your own names,

l],,i,'i,1; create a new conversation.lJse
your own names and the phrases and
sentences in the box,

Hello. / Hil

l'm.../Mynameis...
Excuse me, wh¿t'5 your name again?
Pleased
Nice

to meet you. /

Nice

to meet you.

to meet you, too,

Here's my card. l'm

with...

Thanks. / Thank you.

Goodbye. / Byel / See you. / So longl

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tirt"n to tn"

"na

,epeat the letters of the atphabet.
conversat¡on ánd wrjte the names you hear

9ystena

Company:

ffi

UtJil l;. t^U" turns spe¡l¡ng your f¡rst and ¡ast names.
Wdte your partner's name.
A: CouAyou please spell lour
ts: Surc. My first name is ...

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of the verb óe w¡th singular
subiects in"*".ples
the simple present tense.

l'm l/l gue

My name ¡s Sarah Boyd
It's n ce r¡eet nq you.

Here's my card.

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Look at the examples aga¡n. Comp¡ete the chart.
oe pteserlt: Stnqular

I 'a¡

Laura Mart

My narne

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Eun

He¡e

lun

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my business caÍcl

¡ice to meet you.

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¡ight

NOTE: ln writlng, use fult forms with nouns: My lrame

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Complete the sentences w¡th the corred form of the verb be. Us€ contract¡ons
when possible.
1. A:

lli,

T '|r

B: Nice to

Disg6.

meetyou, Mr. Dicgo.

A: OhlDiego

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2. A: Hello. My namc

my fi¡sl namel

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B: Keliy?
A: That

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A: Nice to meetyou.

Kelly.

It_nice
A: Hello, I_
B:

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B: Hello.

Ijere
righr.

to meetyou, too.
Paul Stamos.

Myname

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_Janet
my card.

Goldon.


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page 136.student B, wr¡te
the names you hear.
sw¡tch roles. Student B, look
at page 139. Student A,
write the names you hear,
7/t ! l1.ai che.k y our answ e$.
Look at pages 136 and 139.

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Walk around the room
and talk to everyone.
use your actual bus¡ne5s
card or make one.

. Say hello.
. Say your name.
. Shake hands.
. Give out your business card.
. Say goodbye.

CoNveesartoN

B:

rtzlirr. My name i:, Amanda.


Meeting people
:ti t .) Occupations; nLrmbers 0-19
l.:.)i:tiitttl:., be simple present: am, It are; subiect pronouns;
indefinite a rticles: a, an
/:;;t¡u:.it.l. ú,
Makiñg int.oductions

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abusinessrvomcn
an
3

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englneel_

r¡ustc¡an

lirt"n

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with the photos.
an artist
a

ca.hier

a

flight attendant

an assistant

_

ateacher
che(k your answers. Then listen and repeat.

a

docror_

a

gaphic designer

a waiter

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L¡sten

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rirt"n

to th€ numbers and repeat.

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*rite

the telephone and extension numbers you hear.
2.

1.

3.

4.

6.

Urt"n unU .onnect the name tags that mat(h the three ¡ntroductions
@ O
you hear.

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Hello,l'm

Hello,l'm

Hello, l'm

Sonia 5m¡th

chr¡stopher Boswell

l¡ro Nakamura

F,nr;iueer
..aaqt 4
Hello,l'm

Hello,l'm

Hello, l'm

Kwang-M¡n K¡m

M¡(hele Amado

Reg¡na Rebello

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Study ttre examples of the verb óe in the simple present tense.
l'm a doctor

He's an assistant r¡anager
she! a teacher.

Youte ¿n ¿rtst

Theyte frjends.
We're roommates

Look at the examples aga¡n. Complete the chart with the full forms
of the verb óe.

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Look at the examples aga¡n. Complete the rules for ¡rdefin¡te a¡ticles ¡n the chart.

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Complete the séntences w¡th a or an and the correct form of the verb be.
Use (ontractions when possible,

i9 Enrique Sousa.I
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B:Nice to meet you. I _
Sherq/ Pace. A¡d this
We
teacherc, too. But in NewYork Citvi

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A: Hello.

Myname

teacher in Argentina.
PennvTones

2. A: Excuse me. What's your name?
B: I

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Todd Danes.

A: \\4rat do you do?

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engineer in this department.

_ lbnia Michaels, and this
graphic designers.

:t. A: This

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Sasha Rodriguez. They

B: Nice to meet you.
4.

A:loh¡...?

IA: I_Eric
B:Yes,

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JohnJohannsen.
Ross.And this

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your answers.

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Janet Jones.

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assistant managers.


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t¡sten. Noti(e the pronun(¡at¡on of the contract¡ons and the way words

are l¡nked together.
t'm

l'm a do€tor

He'

He's an arch¡ted.

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You're an artist,
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She's a teacher.

They're

They're engineers,

and repeat.

l:)ll,JI.Jll:i /"tl: .i Role-play. You are someone else-someone famous. Write
your new name and occupation on a piece of paper Students A and B, g¡ve
your papers to Student C. Student C, ¡ntroduce Student A to Student B.
C:

Bill, this is Serenawíllíams Serena, thís

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BílI Gates.

A: Nírc to meet you.
B: Níce to meet you, too.
C: Serena k a tennk pklyer.
B: A tennis pkqer? Great.
C: Bíll is a busínessman.
A: A busínessman? Interestíng!

Ichiro Suzuki
Baseballplayer

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Businessman

Selcra Williams
Tennis player

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Singer

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Think of two fr¡ends. wr¡te a short description of them. use the simple
present of the verb óe.

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Hello.

l'?'/J Len Jones. l1?, ¿

B: H¡. Nice

new des¡gner in your department.

to meet you. My name i:, Tania M¡tsuda.

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Around the world
r,l¡tr:t'hular'{ Nationalities and countfl es
ntdrnrnat be s¡mple present: yeslNo questions, short
answers, and negative statements
l4seahinU Asking about nationalities
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M"a.h,h" .ounrries with the nat¡onality.
Amer¡can

Argentin¡an

Australian

Brazilian

Br¡tish

Indian

lri5h

Italian

Japanese

Korean

Examples: Chira-Ch;r'e7e 1úkey-lútki6h

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France.

Canadian French
Mexican Spanish

Germqn
Thai


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Read the qu¡z and c¡rcle the correct cho¡(es.

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1. The tango ¡ / ar? Argentinian.
2. Jazz is /

ísn't Austral¡an.

3. Judo and kendo are / ¿ren,t
Chinese

a.tü anú) t tÍnk
5¿5hjmi¿nd sushi¿re á) Americ¿n
ilJap¿nese c)lncian.
¿. r¿e a rs a) ttalian b) Spanish
c) Fren¡h
3. Feijoada is a) Britjsh b) Turkkh
c) Brazitian.
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1.lsJ. K. Rowling Brirish?
a) Yes, she

¡s.

b) No, she isn,r
2. ls top model Gisele Bundchen

German?
a) Yes, she is.

b) No, she isn,t.
3. Are Halle Berry and Ben

Affleck

Australian?
a) Yes, they are.

b) No, they aren,t.

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Study the examples of the verb be in negat¡ve statements, ¡n Yesl/Vo quest¡ons,
and ¡n short answers.

i lazz ¡sn't Austra ¿n.
:, ludo and kendo aren't Chinese

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ls L K. Row ing BrtishT Yes, she is.
Are Na le Bery and Ben Affleck Ausf¿ ian? No, they aren't.

Look at the examples again. complete the charts.

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Rewr¡te the sentences to make them true.

1. I.K. Rowling is ¡ffieá€an. (B tish)

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2.

K,

K¡wlir¿ ler'a Artetic&r, ,ihe'e grilirh.

Pizzd is

Frddr.

(ltalii¡n)

3. Baseball and basketball

4. tsnchiladas

are F¡€n€h. (Mcxicanl

5. Origami and ikebana
6. Taekwon do

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are R{rss+a*. (Japanese)

Tbai. (Korean)

7. Denzel Washington

is 8+i+islr.

8. Cricket and badminton

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arc Sp€+ri€h- (Americanl

(Ame can)

are Au€+¡elie*. (British)


Lieten. Norice how the voi(e goes up at the end of th€se yellvo
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quest¡ons.

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Are you canadian?

Are they Brazi ian?

ls he French?

ls she Korean?

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judo Ch;nese?

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ls pizza ltalian?

tirt n.g.inand

repeat.

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an internat¡onalqu¡2.
Use YeYrVo questions.
Group A, look at page
'136. Group B, look at
page 139.

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Find a

pafinet

from the other group.
Take turns asking each
other the qu€stions ¡n
your qu¡zzes. Keep score,
A: Is tlrc tango
B:Yes, ít ís.

Argenti ian?

A: Is paelLa ltalbn?
B: No, ¡t isn1. It's Spanísh.
A: Is J.K. Rowling Brit¡sh?
B:Yes. she is.

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A: lLt /t you /,i,/i1i.iri:

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Setting up a home office
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t.111:,r..1)t",,:r Plural, be presentr Wb- questions
,: ) l! t .1:) Asklng +ot and giving information
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20

30 40 50 60 70
twenty thirty forty filty s¡xty sevenl
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it/./il:i, wtite the item nurñber from the off¡(e suppl¡es catalog
next to the .orrect word-

paper clips #

a cell phoñe #

a desk #

a dictionary

a fax machine #

a

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folder #

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filé cabinet #

a notepad #

¿ printer #

ffi ()

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a 5tapler #

titt"n .na ,h€(k your answers. Then

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listen and repeat.

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Look át the exampl€s and wr¡te the plural
form of the ¡ouns in th€ chart.
a Pen

- tlvo
a

pens

briefcáse I

a desk
a dictionary
a staple¡
a fax

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- tlvo

boxes

battery - two batterles

Si¡gular
a

a box

Plural

briefoaaea

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L¡sten. Ruth has a
home office. she ¡s calling
an office supply store.
Check the photos. Which
¡tems do Ruth and the

tem

salesperson talk about?

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Listen again. Fill ¡n
prices.
the
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of the verb óe in Wrr- questions.

' What

is your name? / What's your name?
'Where is the fax machine? / Where's the fax m¿chine?
r How much ¡s the stapler?
What are the sh pp nq ch¿rges?
rWhere
are the batteries?
How much are the fo ders?

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Look at the examples aga¡n. complete the quest¡ons in the chart.

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sinqutar

address?
the cell phone?
a new desk?
your

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ln r¡y bag.
$19.

your business hours?

9:00 A.rv. to 7:00

the folders?

On the desk.

the suppiies?

$63.

Write questions wilh What, Whete, ot How much + beinthepresent tense.
1. last

name

A: Whal'6 your laet

nane

B: It's Palmer.
2. first name
B: It's

I

na.

3. email address
B: ipalmer@hotmail.com
4. a box

ofstaples
B: $3.00.

5. the paper clips
B: On the desk.
6. shipping chárges

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70 Bell Street.

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rira"n. Notice how the voice goes up on the stressed (imponant) word
and down at the end of these Wh- questions and answers.

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your address

What's your address?

Be¡l Street

your hours

What are your hours?

seven

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Where are the batteries?

the bátteries

the fáx machine How much

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is

the fax

the desk

machine? dollars

On the desk.

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Eighty-nine doll¿rs.

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70 Bell Street.

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U.rli'l:i. student A, look at page

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136.

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student B, stay on th¡5

pag e.

You're a salesperson at Profesrional off¡ce suppl¡es. Student A calls you to place an ordet
Ask questions. Wr¡te the informat¡on on the form.
B: Professional Ofrce Supplies. May I help you?
A: Yes, I'd like to order some supplies.
B: OK. l\lhat's your la.st name?

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ProÍessional o ffice 5uPPlies

-FLa5t nome, F¡rst

name

Offi.e su4Plies lten/ttem

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Order Form

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Swftch rcles. Student B, look at page 136. Sludent A, stay on th¡s page.

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yo\Jl name?

namet Bond. James Bond.
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B: 007.

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tÉa-l ive people.

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a name tag, Writ€ your name and your
ci1y. Choose an occüpation, but dont wdte
it. (Use your ¡eal idertity or use your

imagination.J

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ri.t",r to th" model conversarion.
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around the room. Meet livc
peopie and int¡oduce yoursell

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Country: ErazLL

'""*'-t.Jr"'4Introduce one ofthe people yor met to
the class.

Name: L¿tioia Barajas

Thís is Let¡cia Búmjas She's from
Mexíco City. She's a graphi.c desígner

City: MexLco CLtg
Country:

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to rire model conve¡sation and look at the photos.

i7.'i l ' i1 .7. Choose one of the photos or think of other intenati onal
actiüTies, sports, foods, and ceiebrities. Don't saywhat you a¡e üinking.
Your pañners must use y¿slNo questions to guess,
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|llt:)rll':i t:)l:l StlldentA,look at page 141.Yoü are the game showhost.
Students B, C, ¿tld D,look at this page a¡d guess the price ofeach item. The
onewho has the nearest price withorlt going over "wins" üe item. Keep score.
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high

2. yes
3. hello
4. small
5. go
6. cheap
7. boñrg
8. good

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rhe opposite of each word.


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