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UNIT 1
Name and Titles
I. Vocabulary
1. Are these first names or last names? Write them in the chart. Then add two more names
to each list.
David
Brian

Kennedy
Abrams

Susan
Jackson

Cruise
Smith

First names

Nancy
Wilson


Bob
Tom

Last names

___________________

_________Kennedy____

________David_______
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2. Vocabulary
catheral
attraction
castle

museum
main
interesting

Tourist information Centre
centre

century
railway

1.
He founded a …………… of modern art in his home town.
2.
The main …………… of the place is the nightlife.
3.
The …………… course was roast lamb.
4.
It was always ………… to hear his stories.
5.
……… is where tourists can get information on interesting things to see and do in the local area.
6.
Edinburgh ……… was loyally held in the queen’s name.
7.
The city’s population doubled during the 19th ………
8.
They are doing maintenance work on the ………….
9.
The university is a major ………… for scientific research.
10. The great Gothic …………………… dominates the city.
Fill the banks using the words given above.

II. Listening
1. What is the correct name of the hotel guest? Circle the correct answer.


1. a.

Mary Carter

b.

Maria Carter

2. a.
b.

3.

Suzanna Smith

4.

Susan Smith

a.

Harry Wilson

5. a.

b.

Harvey Wilson

b.

Louise Jackson

a.

Joseph Abrams

6. a.

Marlene Cruise

b.

Joseph Abramson

b.

Louis Jackson

Marley Cruise

2. What is the correct name of the hotel guest? Circle the correct answer.
Cindy’s father is talking phone messages for her. Listen and complete the forms.
1
.

2

HERE’S WHO CALLED

Name: ___________________________

Name: ___________________________

Telephone: _______________________

Telephone: _______________________

Here’s the message:

Here’s the message:

Please call.

Please call.

He/She will call you.

He/She will call you.

4.

3
.

HERE’S WHO CALLED

.

HERE’S WHO CALLED

HERE’S WHO CALLED

Name: ___________________________

Name: ___________________________

Telephone: _______________________

Telephone: _______________________

Here’s the message:

Here’s the message:

Please call.

Please call.

He/She will call you.

He/She will call you.

3. What name does each person use? Circle the correct answer.
1. a. Damien
b. David

3. a.

Rob

b.

Bob

5.

a.

Smith

b.

Schmidt

7.

a.

Abrams

b.

Abraham


2. a. Jackson

4. a.

b. Johnson

b.

Michelle
Marcia

6.

a.

James

b.

John

8.

a.

Steinway

b.

Steinberg

III. Reading

Lincoln

The city of Lincoln is 2,000 years old and there are a lot of interesting buildings to see. The
cathedral is in the north of the city just outside the main city centre. You can walk to many of
Lincoln's other attractions from the cathedral. It’s not far from the castle. There is a wonderful
view of the city from there. Behind the castle is The Lawn, an old hospital, which is now a
museum with shops and a café. You can sit in the beautiful gardens to have lunch or a coffee.
There is a car park a few metres from the café.
During the summer, walking tours leave from the Tourist Information Centre, which is next to
the castle. They are not expensive, last about an hour and visit all the main attractions. There are
some very interesting museums. The Toy Museum is near the Tourist Information Centre and
has children's toys and games from the last century.
There are shops and a market in the old city centre. There are two shopping centres - one is
Waterside Centre opposite the market and the other is St Mark's Shopping Centre. St Mark's is
newer than the Waterside Centre and is just south of the main city centre. Go straight down the
High Street from the city centre and it is on the right.
In the middle of the city centre, there are some beautiful spots away from the crowds. For
example, you can walk by the river or take a boat trip. Trips leave from Bayford Pool.
You can travel to Lincoln by train, bus or car. It is 216 km from London. The bus station is
beside the river and the railway station is a few minutes' walk away from the bus station on the
other side of St Marys Street.


1.
Look at the photograph of Lincoln, a city in the east of England. What can you say
about Lincoln from the photograph?
2.
Read the text. Don't worry if there are some words you don't understand. Does it
say what you expected from the photograph?
3.

Mark the parts of the text which tell you about:
a. the cathedral
b. The Lawn
c. the Tourist Information Centre and St Mark's Shopping Centre
d. the Waterside Centre
e.

the river

f. the railway station
4.

Now look at this sentence:
a. The cathedral is near the castle.
Read the part of the text about the cathedral again. Is the cathedral near the castle?
Underline the answer. Is the statement correct or incorrect? Write A for correct or B for
incorrect.
5.

Now look at these sentences. For each one, find the right part of the text. Decide if
the text says the same as the question. Is each sentence correct or incorrect? Write A
for correct or B for incorrect.
b. The cathedral is near the castle.
c. It takes an hour to walk from the Tourist Information Centre to the castle.
d. The Waterside Centre is older than St Mark's Shopping Centre.
e. The river goes through the centre of the city.
f. You need to cross the road to go from the bus station to the railway station.

HOMEWORK
I. Listening
1. Listen to the conversation and answer the questions.
1.

A:
B:

What's Joseph's last name?
His last name is …………………………….


2.
3.
4.
5.

A:
B:
A:
B:
A:
B:
A:
B:
A:
B:

Sorry, what's your name again?
OK, my first name is……………………………. my last name is spelled.
Excuse me, what's her name?
……………………………., and her last name is spelled.
What is Ms. Smith's first name?
It's spelled.
Who is the man in the middle?
He is my friend, …………………………….,
Where is he from?
He is from …………………………….,

II. Reading
1. Read the articles about Debbie Sullivan. For questions 1-8, mark A, B or C on your
answer sheet.
Storyteller Debbie Sullivan's a very busy woman. She's got ten children. Every morning she
wakes up at six o'clock. The older children get up at six-thirty and start school at eight-thirty.
Debbie spend most days at home with her babies, cooking and cleaning. She doesn't have time
to go out to work, but she doesn't mind her life. She 'd like to have more children. Debbie's
husband, Bob, works in an office. He doesn't enjoy it, but he earns lots of money. Debbie spends
most of it on food and clothes for the children.
Debbie likes the evening best. After dinner, she sits down in the living-room and tells the child
story before they go to bed. She doesn't read from a book, because these are her own stories
week she tells a different story that starts on Monday and ends on Sunday. Once the children are
asleep, Debbie can relax. But she doesn't sit and watch television with Bob. She writes her latest
story in a notebook before she forgets it.
Bob sent one of Debbie's stories to a competition in a newspaper and it won. They said she
should become a writer, but Debbie wasn't sure that she was good enough. But the children
though it was a great idea, so she decided to try. She took them to a zoo. They liked the elephant
best, so Debbie wrote a story about it. The book company loved it. You can now buy this story
in the shops.
1.

Debbie has
A

2.

eight children.

C

ten children.

go out more.

B

get a job.

C

have another baby.

B

doesn't like his job.

C

goes shopping after work.

B

before they go to bed.

C

to send them to sleep

Debbie's husband
A

4.

B

Debbie would like to
A

3.

six children.

earns very little money.

Debbie tells the children a story
A

at dinner time.


5.

Every night, Debbie
A

6.

starts a new story.

C

tells part of a story

tells Bob about it.

B

tries to remember it.

C

watches television.

C

she knew she could do it.

C

the company told her to

Debbie decided to become a writer because
A

8.

B

After telling a story, Debbie
A

7.

reads from the same book.

her children wanted her to.

B

her husband asked her to.

Debbie wrote a story about the elephant because
A

it's her favourite animal.

B

her children liked it.



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