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Worldview 1b student book


MICHAEL ROST
Simon le Maistre

Carina Lewis

Kevin Sharpe

Simon Greenall
Ser¡es Editor. British English edition


lntroduction
Welcome to Wo,"ldyt¿¡l, a fourlevel Ilnglish coursc for
adults and ).oung adlrlts- Worldyi¿u builds fluency by
exploring a wide range olco¡rpelling topics
p'r.en cd from an irrerna'iñn¿lp¡rrpp, ri\p. A
trademark two-page lesson design, with clear and
attainable language goals, ensures that strldents feel
a sense of accomplishmert and increas€d
self-conñdence in every c1ass.

Wo¡lú¿vt¿¿rt approach to langlage leaming fo ows a
simple and proven MAP:
. Motivate learning üror€h stimulating co¡rent and
achievable learning goals.
. Anchor lanCrlage prodr¡ction with strong, focused
l¡nguage presentations.
. Personalize lea rning through engaging and
communicative speaking activities.

. The Cláss Audio

Prog€m is alailable in eirher CD
orcassette fonnat and contairrs all the recorded
matedal lor in- class use.

. The Tea€her's Resource Book (wirh Testtng Audio
CD ard Testcen Software) has tl €e s€ctions of
reproducible lr}ateri¿l: extra comr¡unication
activities for in-class L¡se, model waiting passages
l()r each Súdent Baokwriting assignmem, aüd a
complete lesting program: seven qüzzes and two
tests, along with scoringguides and ars{'er keys.
Also included are a¡ Ar¿io CD for use with the
quizzcs ard tests and an easy to-useTestcen
software CD for customizingthe rests.

. lor each level of the

ful coúse. the lúorwvietu
Video prcsents seven, fiv€-minute auth€ntic video
segments cornected to S¿L¿¿r? ¡ Boo,t ropics. NoLes
to the leachcr are available in rhe y¡d¿o package,
and StüdentActivity Sheets can be dolvnloaded
frotn the worldvíew ColJJpánlon Websire.

Course components

'the warldview Sturlent tsook wíth Student Audio CD
and the Wo¡klio¿k áre available in both tullandspliL
editions.
. Student Book wi¡h Student Audio CD f.?lt¡ Edt¡7or,
The Student Book coltains 14, four page units;
penodic Reüew Unitsi llvo World ofMusic Units;
hrformation for Pair and c.oup Work a Vocabulary
listrand a Grammar Reference se.rion
The StudentAudio CD includes lracks for all

pronunciation

rd listening exerciscs (or reading
texts, in selected unitsl in the StudentBook.T]ne
Studeñt Au.li() CD ca]f'be used with the Stud¿rt
aoo& for sclf study and coordinates wiü tre
Wotrrook listening and pronunciation exercises.

. For eaclr activity in the Student Book, rhe
interleaved Teacher's [dition provides step'by-step
procedurcs and exercise answer keys as l\'el as a

Nealth of teacher support: unitWarm-üps, Optio¡al
Activities, Eríensions, Cultu¡e Notes, Background
Inlbrmation, r'eaching Tips, \\¡rap ups, and
efensive Language Notcs. In addition, the ?¿acl¿er3
¿1rio¿ includcs a course odentation güde, tidi
audio scripts, and the tl/orkúook answer key.
. Theworkbook fspllr n¿J¿¡lor?) has 14 thrce page
units tlrar correspond to each on the Süulent Book
units. Used in conjunction yúth the Stadent Audio
CD, the l4/o¡r¡toofr p.oüdcs abundaut review a¡d

practice actiü¡ics forVocabularll crammar,
Liste¡ing, and konunciation, along with periodic
Self quizzes. A Leardng Strategies section at the
beginning of the Wor.rrook h elps students to be

.

The lí¿¡LrY¿¿¡, Companion Website

l\\\av.longman.com/worldviewj providcs a variety
ofteaching support, including ViLteo Actiüty Sheets
and srpplem ental rcading Dlaterial.
Un¡t cont€nts
Each ofthe units in Worldyie¡, has seven closcly

. Cell¡ng sláJred::r L,mrnJnicarive opering c\'r, i$
'
that introdüces iarget vocabulary
. Listening/Reading: a tunctional conversaLlon or
thenatic passage ihat introduces rarger grammar
. Gralr}mar focus: an exercise sequence üat allows
students to lbcrLs on the ncwgamlnar poini and to
solidily their 1e¿ rniog
. Pronunciarion: str€ss, rhythm, and intonation
pmctice based on the target vocabulary and
grammar
. Speaking: an interactive speaking i¡sk focused on
student productioD of targel vocabulary gramDrar,
and tunctional language
. Writing: a peGonalized Í'riting ac tivity that
stimulates studenl production of target vocabulary
and grammar
. Conversarion to go: a concise rerninder of thc
gr¡mmar tunctional languag€ introdüced in the unit
Course length

With its flexible format and coürse comporelrts,
Worldvi¿¡l responds to aváriely ofcourse needs, and
is suitable for 35 to 45 hours ofclassroom
instruction. Each unit ca¡ be easilyer?anded by
using bonus activities tio n the Teachet's Edítio ,
reproducible activities available in thc ?¿act€¡\
R¿soarce Book, ltuked lesso¡s from the l4¡o¡ldl4¿¡,
v¡l¿o progra , anrl supplemenlary readirg
assignments in tlre Worl¿Jv¡eu) Companionwebsite.


Scope and Sequence
Family meinbels

r,- Uifi

15

tamily

/t

r

ln a café

unr

episode of

rüt

17

Hur cane

r/l um

t

Memories

Listening: A

Ev€ryday activ¡lies

Iove at tirst sight

5

{Unib 17-20)

tf,/old of Music

3

common iregular vertrs

/t
v¡{[,t zz
''//¿ a'é. 10,

It's on tüe Íght.

Reading:A D¿y ;r ¡he ¿,fe of a lheater Man¡ger. án arlicle
abor¡t a spedal day in a

lieater manage/s life

List€ninq: A real'life love

rory

y'l wnzz

B¡9 plans

rl

A new year

ReadinqiÁ// About . . . ./u/ia Robe,ü, an artkle about the movie star

Parb of a buildinq

1r

-

Frt

and s€ond Üshninqis: tuople arking for dir€ctions to difierent

1oú

Litu ch¿nges

Reading: s¡leref¡ee, an anide
change

tlei

(Units 2l-24) Pa!€

unn zs

Be my

Mu6ic

eryiew wid' d"€e p€ople vóo rcmetnber

315t

Read¡ng: How Polrfe Are

vou¿

Listeninq:A radio inteMlel¡/

the best food
in town

the world

Reading: Revie$s

lelephoninq

4

Gñmmalteletence
rage rsr

t32

wo*

page

ri6

fnd o{¡t how polite

p€ople who desqibe

fien

ollh€e farinating ¡€starranb a¡ound

¡t quelte at iiome,

aboüt phone eliquefe

Pds.1u

Pá9É,r5

Readin$ P¡one

a quiz to

wiú üree

falodte places in New Zealand

lnfon¡alion for pair a¡d group

\locabulary

i

North a¡d south

P¿qe

to

r,a

0n the phone

nbrld o{

jlt'-

guefi.

(Unis 25-28)

a couple who de
he year 1999
l

Revi€w 6

aboú

lifestyle

L'stening: A radio

7

Memory Game'

Paeee'

Lireandtimes

za

'fte

Páqe ea

(4:W*t

Reüew

report aboút a dangerous huricane

n€arvs

Lislening:Two ftjenú playing

of...

,k

fV

doües

A day in tfie life

unt

Si.,rprons

se(ond Listeninq:A p€Bon phoning in a t¡k€out order at a rcsiauranl

(Unib 1tl6)P¿qe 76

Revi€w

üe

nrst Liste¡inqra p€rson asking about itens on a meñu

Reüew 4

f1"

Reading: Reader\ ¿ethri your 7v FávoÍt€r, a letFr abolrt an

¿n

aftde trat gives advice


Str€ssed

u/orú ¡n pr€aent

falt¡rq abo(twhat
p€ople are doirq at

De.,íibe

d€drE

Wite an email €xpla¡n¡ng ,¡fiat food and
drirnk you uErt lo order lü a parry

¡n

a

harc, and c¿n lor ordedng

Aclion and non-acti{h vert6

óe simple past

Wb€k a¡d

sro¡g b¡¡ns:

waq werc, w¿att,

Simph

p6t

r€gular veó6

(aifi ¡mati!€ and negative)

Comparing u$¡al and

Wite an email giving helpful inlúrmadon

lalking áboü m€rnoriej

D€ssibe a memorable p€rson or event

wren't

€dsinple par

wlul dlerent p€ople you

¡n yoür

Talking about your day

ending

llliiE

lih

a paragraph

did or didnt do

Simple past inegülar verbs

Tell¡ng

s¡mple past questjons

Wib

¡ story

a new

deldibng \a,fiat yoü

hrt wE€k

wsion of

a s¡ory

Asfing queslbnt

Wiie an "All Abor¡t . . " anid€ about a

Ask¡ng for and giüng

Wile diectionr to t!,.o pl¿(es in your
sdDol

.

qr]6lions

and pÉTosilions

be going to for

wih

filure

d¡r€ctinr

GonAto

Talkillg

doüt

plans

lalking ahon

tvrite a summary of dle important
€v€ns in your life la6tyear

Asting tor üin95 and

Wtfu twD Clort notes: one requ€6tnq

f€sponding

help,

Comparinq place,

Compare a city yoü are moving to wi¡h

Dessibing r€staulants

Wrib á revie{, of yoü favorile

Tal¡ng ard learing

Wiite lu,o pione me55agt5

me

[,lodah can ánd cou/d for

Compalalive

lnlonation ¡n polit€

adjedws

Sup€ ative ¿dieclives

ünking: conronant

lo

Desaibe the úings you're gdng to do

m6$9€5

üe od|€r sking pemkíon


Family
tlut ¿rrLl iit

:/

Family members

(:,)in1rrt1t)t PÍeseñf continuous

for now

tp?ri,it1.J lalking about what people are doing at the
moment
6rr.!',i.'ti/,:rU,

li/)lt'l:i, Look at the simpson
fam¡ly tree. Use words in
the box to complete the
senten(es. You w¡ll not use
one of the words.

aunts

brother

children

daughters

father

grandfather

grandmother

husband

mother

parents

)ü'i*á

uncles

sisters

1. Ma€e is my

--¿
<.'):',

2. We have three

'.:M

3. Maggie and Lisa are

my
4. Bart is

8. Bart is
9.

my

My
a¡d Marge.

my
my

Ln.

I
-..-t.j

i',..¡-

Homer is my
I havc t\'vo
Selma and Patty.

I have f\'vo
and Patty.

13. Grampa is my

Lislen to the riddles about d¡flerent fam¡ly members. Who is it?
wr¡te the family member next to each number

2.

68

J.
4.

, Selma

r2. My mother doesnt have anybroüers,
so I donthave any

O

rrcle

Homer

10. Marge is my

5. Grampa is

L

are

6.


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Look at the exampl€ of the s¡mpson fam¡ly tree.
Draw your fam¡ly tree. Then describe it to your partner.

lJ tl: iA4tr,t;i.(,1t,,///./tii.irtit

@

tj: ..:1..

| :.:

:

f,,lttt:1. Look at the p¡cture. Wh¡ch of the Simpsons
Not happy? Read the letter to check your answers.

Bart Homer Marge M¿gqie

is happy?

Lisa

the letter again. Are the sentences true or false? Wr¡te
next to each one.
Read

for

F

1. Bart is sitiingin the kitchen. j:

2. Baft doesn't like theTVp¡ogram.
3. Homer wants

¡o be with his friends.

4. Ma-rRc'.happ)

bp, iru\e

her.i'ter.arcvi\iting.

5. Marge's sisters arc in herkitchen.
6. Maggie is watching Bart.
7. Lisa wants the fanily to falk to each other.

Yelun TW f,uvorites . ,
y favorite Simpsons' program

Night at Hone wíth the

"

isA

fanily.l

love the moment when the family ¡s
sitt¡ng on the sofa together and they are
watch¡ng TV Bart is very happy because
he's lyinq across everyone and he's

watch¡ng h¡s favorite progran. But his
parents and his sisters aren't so happy. ln
fact, they're not having much fun.
Homer isn't happy be€ause he;sn't
spending time with h¡s friends. [¡arge isn't
happy because her s¡sters are visiting and
they're making a mess ¡n her kitchen.
Maggie isn't watching TV because she's
looking at Bart. And Lisa...is she enjoying
herselP No, she isn't. She's getting angry
because the family ¡sn't talkinq-they are
just watchinq TV!
C. Brcwn, Boston

69


"":J'/

@

irt lit;r'J;h'l lir)l,i.ili /11 ,
study th"

"*".ples

of the present continuous.

,r I'm watching lhe Smprorsl
i l\.4¿gqie is look¡ng at Bari.
' Homer ¡sn't talk¡ng to h s friends

@

Theyte sittinq on the sofa.
Theyte not spending t me wth the r fr ends.
Are you having fun? Yes, I am. / No, l'm not.

Look at the examples again. complete the chart.
:t:ii:,tt
Use the

_

:t¡t

to describe actions that people are doinq now

form of the verb be +

Use a

;,':..,,:i:¡:,:i¡¡. .,,iii:,,,

a verb

that ends in

Note the spe lng:

watch
visit

/4,.

t

watching

-t

li;,:t::irii: ryli::liti

t hav¡ng
r¡ake t
have

i::; lii:

risten ant t¡nd out what the cormack fam¡ly ¡s
@ f)
doinq. complete the sentences.

l. Mr.

Cormack it retrir8

2- His

wife

ul,

3- His son

4. His daughter
s. The chilrlren

@

Comptete the sentences with the correct form of the
present continuous. Use the verbs in parentheses.

L A:Whaf are rou óc)na t 1y6¡¡¿o1
n ;aakina breakfast. (cookJ
2. A: \¡\,aherc
3. A:Who

?

(you/go)

to? (she/talk)

4. A: What are they doing now?
B: They

soccer. lplay)

?¿SiÍpror\? lyou/wdtch)
B: No,

10

I


ijt n1t,¡1¡11,,t ,1;7i-i

@ ñ
The

t.

rist"n. woti(e the stressed words
family

is

s¡tting on the sofa.

¡n these sentences.

They aren't

talking.

What are they doing?

They?e watching a

A¡e they having fun?

Yes, they are.

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rirt"n asuln and repeat.

QS fltfl:i.
(.l7,xr;2

t.it':,

pract¡ce the (onversations ¡n Exerc¡se 4.

7,V¡¿i.vj,t4 /út//:i..//¡),t;..,:

lU

lí1. !1 , Studenl A, look at pag€ 1 37Student B, look the picture of the
Cormack fam¡ly on this page. Take
turns. Ask quest¡ons to find fiv€
d¡fferen(es between the two
p¡dures. Take notes,

A: Is the son lístening to musíc?
B: No, he ísn't. He's...

",1:'1rii,1;2na;t //t/titi'/i)i:i..:nti\

t

\

What t¡m€ ¡s ¡1right now? Think
of f¡ve peop¡e you know. What are
they probably do¡ng right now?

Wr¡t€ sentences about them.
Use the present cont¡nuous,

"i d.

Covvenslrton ro eo
What'.., your brother l,,ti/1q
Hert rt rit1,,// his homewotk.

:H

:l

nowl

11


ln a café
\i'.:i:,|:,ri¿i / Food and drink
t.)tí/1ttr1¿/ Modals'. would l¡ke, will have, and can for ordering
it:tt".t i.tt14. Otdeting in a restaurant

l:iii11'íl.iv,r4/)'/í'r¡.;;:,/'',¡.t;t:,¿k

///'/'lih.;i

:: :.

|

:

Look at the pictures of the food and beverages on page 73. Write the numbers
the pictures next to the correct items on the café menu

@

t,Ltn:t

of

compare your answers.

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tt't

t'::'

"r.1l,,ll.tluVtn17o
Reg¡na ¡s calling to pla(e a take-out order. L¡sten to her conversation and wr¡te
the miss¡ng prices on the menu.

O

۟ O
1

Listen to the rest of Regina's conversat¡on. Underline the items that she orders.

chicken sandü.ich u4th tomato / a cheese sandwich with tomato

2. alarge coffee / a large milk
3- hot chocolate / chocolate cake

Liber
Sqndwi.hej

Chicken (with lcttr.rcc)
tslam (with lcttLrcc)
Cheese (witb letlLLce)

Exlros

$S1¡all $1.60
SmaLl $1.70

Small
Coftee

Hot chocolale

Potato chips

Cold drinks
Milk
Sol¡ dínks

Coke

(cola, gi¡ger ¿le, lemo¡/lillle)

Mixed green

s'J?rd

Chocohte

Fruit
12

Hoi drinks

Apple/Llanana

Jujce (oranJ.ie/aPPle)

Lnrge $1.8{)
Large $195
La¡ge 1N2 00


r/

¡t

t)i;,..1,/:,,

i;/,tri1

4

tea

milk

tea with milk

Tea

cheese

sandwich

a cheese sandwich

¡'d like a cheese sandwich.

chicken sandwich

a chicken sandwich

Can lhave a chicken sandwich?

three

three-fifty

rÉ $3.50.

@ O

fifty

with milk, please.

Listen ana repeat.

i'/1ll:i::; You eaah have $10. Tell each other what you want to eat and drink from the
Liberty Café menu. say how much it cosls.
I'tl like a

cheese sandu)ich

ü)ith tomato, a small tea toith lemon, and an apple. The total

¡s 58.25.

73


{h

Strdy *h"

"t"tpler.

Noti(e the differ€nt ways to order in a Estaurant.

l? like a smallsoft drink.
, I'll have bottled water, please.

'

Can I have a house salad?

@

Look at the examples agaiñ, complete the explanat¡on ¡n the chart.

@

Complete the conveFations. There may be more than one aorect answer.

l

A: Are you ready to order?

lettuce, a¡d tomato sandwich.
potato chips with üat, please.

a chicken,

B:Yes,

And
A:

Anlthing

else?
a small

ora¡ge juice, please?

2. A: Can I take your order?
tea

wiü lemon to go?

A: Small or large?
B: Large, pl€ase.

A: fs that all?
a piece of banana cake, please.

B: No,

3. A: Good morning.
B:

Goodmorning.
Make it a large.

A: Yes, here

B:

@

74

And

ttt U:;.

a cofree

wiü rnilk.

you are.
an apple, please. How much is üat?

Compale your answers. Then pract¡ce the (onverrations in Exercise 3.


!i7:t'r,t'izltt;ir, t,i¿ u:;.t

',

.l

l.ill /.rult:l l::ii:
Student A, you are a wáiter/waitress ¡n a café. Studenk
and C, you afe customers,

B

Student A, look at pagé 138. Str¡dents B and C, look at the menu on th¡s page
and de€ide whai yor¡ want to have. G¡ve your ord€r to the wa¡ter/waitaess.A: Can
B: Yes,
C:

I take your ordet?
IA üke a cheese and tomato sandwích.

I'Il have a ham sandwích. Can I haue a house salnd w¡th that, please?

You?e planning a party. Choose the menu from L¡berty Café or Lunch
Munch¡es. Wr¡te an ema¡l to the café manager, Tell what food and dr¡nks
you'd like at the party. Also, ask for some food or dr¡nk ¡tems not on the
ñe u. Ute would like and aan and some of the vo(abulary from th¡s unit.

CoNvensertou ro eo
A:. ',::,:rtrl1'iú4 yoút otdet?
B'. ,.'tl lilt//, a larye.up of coffee, please.
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76


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li"t"rr to

rlrn model conve¡satioD and look at rhe pictüre

Tearn I (srudenrs A and C) and Team 2 (students B a¡d D). Studenrs A
and B,look at page 140. Students C and D look at th e picture ofthe Santos family
on this page.

7 l,/!lz:ii.

Teams take tu¡ns. Student C ask Student A what onc of the Santos familv
member\ ¡5 doing. \rudenl A act out whdr lhe lar¡;ly member i, do:ng. (r¡den, C

gue--.5rudenr Aranolll\ gi\e t$upanromimpclue.. I ach corre¡-l.enlence
receives one point. Keep scorc,

'úrúi'¿

'lt)

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l,t:,,

a

r;.¡¡:/l¡2

tt.,"n ro,hn

model conversation.

@ ;l fúfl:i.

You are in a café. StuclentsA and B
You are the customers,

lookatthemenu on page

140.

Students C and D, you are both \'r'aiters/ w¿itr€sses. Student C, táke StudentAs
order You cant w te anlthing down. At the end ofthe o¡det, you must rcpeat
.venrhing Sru.l.nt A ordered. Lach itpm \ ou rpmemb¡r , orrccll) receive. one
point. Subt¡act apointfor each itemyoü forget. Then StudentD, take you¡ tlrn
and take a diff€rent orderfrom Student B.

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úe most?
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Hurricane
\1,:tt:rl.Jrltrf Weather; seasons; clothes
l:,7l:tt1ítiar Aclion a^d non-action verbs
::t(r:.?iri1ú Compating Llsual and current situations

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4/.r:itr:t /4.,7iilii1ii|it:!,',r:

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: ,';1,, Descr¡be the season in each p¡cture. Choose one sentence
$$
-_ (olumn,
It's

sltñnT. Il's 70 degrees. It\ uarm. It's aindy'

Tl'.s

90' E

It's 32o F.
It's 70' E
Itls

@

s0'

Fl

I!'s raini¡r8.

lt's snowing
Ii's Sunny

lts windy.

Match the words with the (lothes ¡n the pictures
boots

gloves

jacket

raincoat

sandals

shorts

sun hat
7A

cold.
It's rcally hot. '
It'S warm.
Itl cool.
It'.s really

sweater

¿

umbrella

from each


Ll'r,¡.tZlbn\,jiTtr;lir,:tr,nr'/////,/,1:t/,!//t!//i',,).ti!):nt::::

Sp O
scarf
it's

gloves
cold

I need my scarf and gloves.

spring
s;xty-three

snowing
degrees

Itt

{} l)
$

listen. l.totice the groups of consonant sound. in these words.
It's co¡d.

spring, but it's snowlng.

It's sixty three degrees.

Lirten und ,"p"at.

r;7.1¡1t.1lt:¡

.t

t:.lt

Answer these quest¡ons about the weather where you live.

\\¡hat are the seasons like where you live? Desclibe them.
\^?hat types ofcloües do you wear each season?
Do you like the weather there? \\¡hy orwhynor?

t.,t!i'4,tx,/,a,qz/4

@

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, it.

eairs. euess. wtr¡ch three of these places often have hurr¡(anes? See page 141

Arizona

Canada

Florid¿

Jam¿i.¿

for

Mexiro

Urt"n to ttre news report about a dangerous
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condit¡ons you hear.

hurricane. che(k

(/)

the weather

1. Its 73'.
2. It's cold and windy.

It's warm and

w¡tdy.

_
_

3. It's raining.
It's sunny.

@ P.jir:lJ:
l.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

*e

news r€port asa¡n. Are the sentences true or fatse? Wr¡te

r

or F next

Ihe hu¡ricane's nalne is Charlie. 1
The huÍicane is in Miami now.
They knolv this huraicane is a big one.
Many people a¡e leaving.
Some people a¡e trying to protect their homes.
People aJe carrying umbrellas.
Miami has several huÍicanes io a season.
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Look at the examples of act¡on and non-act¡on verbs.
Write a next to the sentences with action verbs. Wr¡te
NA next to the sentences with non-action verbs.

:

We know this for a fact
They're covering w ndows
A ot of people are ¡eav¡ng.
We're al wear¡ng raincoats and h¿ts.
Of course, some peop e prefer to st¿y.
I

need some dry c othes!

Other peop e are packing.
People like to ive in I/i¿m

@

.

Look at the examples aga¡n. Circle the corred words
complete the exPlanat¡ons,

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to

:

Complete the sentences with the (orrect form of the verb in parentheses.
Use the simple present or present cont¡nuous.
1.

ln London, it's usually cold in February and
today and it

(snow)

il rting

alot. (lain) lt'sverycol¡l

.

(look) beautitul. The sun
first day ofspring, and all ofParis
($¡ear) sweaters
(shine), and it's about 60 degrees. People(sing).
(turn) grcen and the birds
and iackets. -Ihe trees

2. Today is the

3.

4.

(have) hot,
(rain) a lot all year- Someijmes
they
ln Seattle it
-sDnnylveather in luly and August with temperatures above 90 degrees Today it
(carry) umbrellas(rain) and -everyone

is about 55
- is beautiful. The average tcmperatu¡e in October
Autumn jn Rome
(not lain)
degrees. Today, the sun{not shine) butat leastit
-

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lltltlr')nf Tnl.i 'i:;l,f/¿11, Th¡nk of your
favor¡te season. Choose a day in that
season (for example, Spting, Ap 2ellmag¡ne the weather tmagine what
you and other people are wearing and
doing. Take notes.

@

r:;lt0t.ti':;

ttt l.

Seasaw:

raketurns.

CLoth¿s:

Descr¡be the day yor¡?e ¡mag¡n¡ng.

Apríl2qth. The weather is
perfect.It's 70 degrees, and I'm ueañng
Todtly

@

Dalql

ActivLtLes.

¡s

...

Tell the class about one of your partners, days.

An Amer¡(an fr¡end is coming to your country for a year. your friend sends
you an email ánd wants to know about the weather Wr¡te an ema¡l with
helpful informat¡on.

Hi. Im packing my bags and ldon'l know what to brt¡g. I need some
What season is

¡t

nowz

Whal's lhe weal¡er like al lhe momenl, and whatáre peoptewearing?
Whal's lhe wealher lke in olherseasons, and whai rypes ol c oihes do
-Do you have any d¿ngerous weáther cond¡ltons, ¿¡d when dotheyoccur?
-What do people do and wear in these condiions?
Thanks. See you ve¡y soon.
.t

CoNveasertou
A: What's the weather like?
Bt lhe sún iti ttrtiitlittLt. 11 tt¿:,h,,i|/"2 always rahl in Sealtle.

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Memories
.i)/..:.,,iti.tiet

.) Memorable, people. events, and

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'.i,¿irt,.t

/;i/,:/l:,1i,:tn'r;t

t1

i.

possessions

be simple Past
falkir,g ahout memories

tir,i:t':/14i,tr,1,/1.'4.!;L't:,;:itt,'t

t,:'

Think about memorable people' events, and possessions
¡n your life. wr¡te two for each c¡r(le'

t

I

\

mv

l

ñu 16th birth¿a\

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person, event, añd possess¡on' why do you reñember them?
',"LltU. choose one

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Use the words and phrases i¡r the box
Use each word of phrase once.

I

n"*

Fl!!,"áy

to complete the quest¡ons.
How much

What

When

How manu telephone numbers ca¡ you remember?
is your mothe/s birthdaJ4
is youI best ftiend's telephone nulnbe¡?
old is youl father?
are the acto$ in your favorite TV show?
is yourpassport ol identiflcation card now?
does a ticket to fhe movies cost?

1.

2.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.

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i',t

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:: :::

Ura"n ao *o fr¡ends, Rora and Man-Ho, play the memory game. Check (/) the
@ O
memor¡es they talk about.

Bestvacation
Best friend at school

First girlfriend
First

@ O

bolf¡iend

Urt

n aSain. l,rnde.line the answers they g¡ve to the questionr.

Rosa:

MÍami last year / Mexico three years ago
family vacation / family visit
alot to do / not much to do
a lot of kids her age / not many kids her age
Ma¡r-Ho:
Pretty and nice / beautiful and smart
British / sh

I

15

and 16 / 16 and 18

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t"(. t,1':i

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Study the examples of the verb óe in the simple past'

I
r

ll wasn't ¿ prob eT¡.
How old were you? lwas seventee¡
Where was your best vacation? lt was in L4eri'o
Wete they tñe same age? Yes, they u,ere. / No, they weren't'

Look at the examples aga¡n. Complete the

4to

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t:

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!:1.!1..:

complete the conversat¡ons w¡th the simple past of be'

t.

A:

_WaL

B: No,

it

a good vacation?

3.

2.

A:

cloudy and cold all week!

A:

-

1.i

there?

B:The¡e

in I930.
lt

37,I

-

thinl

-

it in Greece?

B: No, it

'¡t,,

{: Ho!1 man} diferenl .Pon\

-

the flrstworld CUP
\Nlen
soccermatch?

B:It

in Syd¡ell Aust¡alia.

B: They

-!!¿L

the summer OIY¡Pic

Games in 2000?

it wasr't

A: Why?
B: It

A:Where-

in Uruguay.

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1v71 771.1i ¡1.'111 t;;

db
r¡sten. ¡lot¡e the different weak and strong pronunciat¡on5 of was and
w f)
LJre and the stronq pronunc¡ations of wasn't ánd weren't'
W¿s it a good vacation? Yes' it was
How old were you? I was seventeen
There

g4

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weren't many people. lt wasn't

rirt.n as"in

and repeat.

a

problem

Were the beaches nice? Yes' they were


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V7

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¡ t. : :

/.llll)Llf. :i lJr: :1. Take turns. Toss a co¡n (one s¡de of the co¡n move one
=
space. the other s¡de = move two spaces). When you Iand on a space, your
classmates w¡ll use use the cue to ask you a quest¡on. lf your sentencj¡s
correct. stay on the space. lf it ¡s incorrect, move back to where you started
your turn. The first p€rson to rea(h FtNISH w¡ns.
B: tLrhere utas your best uacatíotr?
It was in Mecíto.
C: Ihlto uere yo u aíth?
A: I was aith my family. We . . .
A:

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r;'/:,¿tt

t'l't:1, /t/.t///titt;t;:N.t:N:tt:,, t,

Think about a memorable person, possess¡on, or event ¡n your ¡¡fe. Write a
paragraph descr¡bing the p€rson or th¡ng. Explain why he, sh€, or ¡t ¡s
memorable. use the s¡mple pa5t of the verb óe.

CowvensartoN
Whal .14,,x!t yoú favorite subject in school?
B'. Well, ¡t ,t¿¿t'i,/1't English or math. lt ?r,rr¿ gym classl

A'.

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A day in the life of ...
t

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Everyday activities
Simple pasl: regular verbs (affirmative and neqative)

aip'r,.1b.int)

lalking about your day

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Use the verbs ¡n the box

to complete the sentences about Kate Childers'

typical day.

call close
reply }iad

L

iil:
l I -gL{L

finish

decide

each day with a strong cup of coffee.

morning news onTV

2. I

3. I lisren

ro Úre

\ eaúer reporl

toTcan-

what to wear.

-the

4. Iwork out at the g!'In fol an houl because I
to stay in shaPe.
,r bit5. I meei ftiends for lunch and
lúnch by 2:30 so I can be at work by 3:00.

6. I
7. I check

people back.

myvoice mail and

L Then
- I look at my email and
9. Most
10. The

11. We

to messages.

membe$ of the theater
- staff

theater doors

usudly-

át 4:00.

ai 7:00-

-

the doors at 10:30, and I go

home at 11:00.
P/t

l

!i, Desc¡ibe atyp¡calday for you.ljse some ofthe

verbs in Exerc¡se 1.

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Read the art¡cle and answer th€ question.

How is Kate Childers'day in the article difrerent from her typical day at work?

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Read the art¡cle again. Are the sentences

true or false? Write

I

or F next to each on€.

The show that Kate organized sta ed iD the morning. F
2. She talked to MTV in the afternoon.
3. The new dressingroom assistant started work at 5:00 pM.
4. Kate talked to manypeople at üe Awards show.
1.

5. K¡(e

[ini.hed l'tork in llte

workday started earlY. This
Dlorning I wanted 10 be ú the offrce
9:00. I decided to eat breakfast at my

bY

news

p\ening.

The¡ I talked to úe manager of the

MTV Müsic Awards a¡e
today- lt's now noon mY
he

desk.

eaJlV

I watched some enteÍaitrmelrt
on TV- about the MTV Music

Aw¡rds. of coulse! The¡ the Phone

staÍed nnging.
Now it's 4:00 ¿M A busY aftemoon
Mostlv I talked on the phonel I caled
MTV;boüt last-mi¡üte details for
the prográm. I asked the orgarizers
about the number of specjal güests'

Raflles AgencY in MaDhattan ¿bout
the new úessing room assista¡l'
It's 3:00 A.M-- the next dayll'm so
tiredl lmogeA the new dressing room
PM'
¡ssistant, didn't anive until5:00

The Awards started at 7:30 I didn't
t¡lk to a lot of people because I \tas so
busv. I dirln't even watch the plograml
Bu;I üink evervone loved it!lmogen
and I ftnished work a lew minutes

¡so. It's time to go home and rel¿{
"welcome
to ¡he üfe of a theatet
ma¡ager!

'-.-.

a1

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