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WARMLY
WARMLYWELCOME
WELCOMETO
TO CLASS
CLASS

HAVE A GOOD
PERIOD !


WELCOME TO CLASS


Complete sentences with given
words
1. There/ not/ be/ enough/ rooms/ if/ everyone/ come.
There won’t be enough rooms if everyone comes.

2. If/ Kate/ be/ late/ again/ She/ lose/ her/ job.
If Kate is late again she will lose her job.


3. I/ meet/ you/ the airport/ if/ you/ give/ a ring.

I will meet you at the airport if you give me a ring.

4.IfIf/you/
not/ arrive/ before 12.00/ you/ miss/ the train.
you don’t arrive before 12.00 you will miss the train.
5.I’ll
I/ send/
you/
information/
tell/
send you
some
informationif/if you/
you tell
meyour/
your address.
address.


Unit
4
THE FUTURE


IV. Listening and speaking:
Messages
1. The picture

2. Listening


a. Listen and tick () the people are mentioned in
the conversations.


 Peter
 the manager



 Sarah Jones



 Dennis
 Mark




 Mother
 Teresa


b. Listen to the conversations and tick
true (T) or false (F)
1. There is nobody in the office at the moment.

T

2. Peter is phoning about the results of the project.

T

3. Sarah’s phone number is 0860659470

F

4. Dennis is not working at home this afternoon.

F

5. Teresa wanted to talk about the new adverts.

T

6. Son doesn’t go to the party tonight.

F


c. Listen and match the people and
the messages
1. Peter

a. going to the States

2. Wife

b. return call

3. Sarah Jones

c. no message

4. Dennis

d. long meeting



5. Mother

e. party

6. Teresa

f. traffic jam on the M25

7. Son

g. results of the Dutch project


d. Listen and fill in the
blanks
1. Hello, Waterman International Mr Waterman’s office I’m
……….there’s
nobody in the office
……..at the moment, but if you
afraid
number
leave
get back
…….your name and………….Mr
Waterman will ………...
spea
as soon as possible. Please ………after
the tone. Thank you.
k

Peter
2. Oh, hi, Jack. This is ………here.
Look I’m
phoning
projects They look
…………..about
the results of that Dutch………...
interesting
them
……………..Anyway,
I’ll put…………in
the post. OK? Bye.

Situation:
You’ve got a meeting with Mr Waterman at three
o’clock this afternoon, but you don’t feel well.


e. Answer these questions
1. Where is Mrs Waterman?
She’s in
France
2. When will she phone her
husband?
This evening, about
bedtime
3. When does Sarah Jones think she will
arrive?
Half past two
4. Why does she leave a telephone
number?
In case Mr Waterman wants to call her
back.


5. Where will Dennis be this
afternoon?
At home
6. What doesn’t Jack’s mother
like?
She doesn’t like answerphone
7. What does Teresa want to talk about?
Some adverts
8. How long will she be away?
For a week
9. What does Jack’s son want?
He wants to borrow a car


3. Conversation pieces: Leaving messages
a. Complete the expressions with these verbs
ring
get

put
call

drop
be

return
phone

give
have

I’ll ______
get back to you
I’m ___________
phoning about the results
I’ll _______
put them in the post.
I’ll _______
give you a ring.
…..in case you wantcall
to _______________
/ phone / ringme back.
I’m justreturning
_________ your call.
I’ll _______ a chat with them.
have
I’ll ______ you a line.
drop
I’ll ________ in touch.
be
I’m just ____________________ to say ……
ringing /calling / phoning


b. Language Focus : Will for spontaneous
decision
We also use Will when we make decisions as
we are speaking.
Eg: Anyway, I’ll give you a call this evening.
As you’re not there, I’ll have a chat with the
agency.


Practice. Work in pairs
Caller:

Phone Mr Waterman and leave a message
with the secretary
Secretary: Write down the message. Check it back
with caller

Situations

1. You are Mr Waterman’s son. While you were at your
friend’s house, someone stole the car.
2. You are going to be in London for four days. You are
staying at the Great Western Hotel, Paddington. You
want to meet Mr Waterman.


THANK YOU FOR ATTENTION!

GOOD BYE!

the end


Listen to the conversations and tick
true (T) or false (F)
1. Where is Mrs Waterman?
A. She is in France
B. She is in China
C. She is in England

3. When does Sarah Jones think
she will arrive?
A. Half past three
B. Half past four
C. Half past two

2. When will she phone her husband?
A. This afternoon
4. Where is Dennis working?
B. This evening
A. At home
C. This morning
B. At work
C. At the office


c. Language Focus : Will for
spontaneous decision
We also use Will when we make
decisions as we are speaking.
Eg: Anyway, I’ll give you a call this
evening.
As you’re not there, I’ll have a
chat with the agency.


c. Listen and match the people and
the messages
Teresa

going to the States

son

return call

Peter

no message

wife

long meeting

Dennis

party

Sarah Jones

traffic jam on the M25

mother

results of the Dutch project


Practice 1: Work in pairs
Caller:

Phone Mr Waterman and leave a message
with the secretary
Secretary: Write down the message. Check it back
with caller

Situation

1.
You’ve got a meeting with Mr
Waterman at three o’clock this afternoon,
but you don’t feel well.


2. You’re having dinner with Mr Waterman this evening.
You’re phoning to make the arrangements. Tell him
when and where you will meet.


3. Conversation pieces: Leaving messages
a. Complete the answerphone message


Hello,

Waterman

international.

Mr

Waterman’s office.
afraid I’m _________ there’s
nobody
but
leave
office in the ________ at the moment,
if you ________ your
name and ____________,
numb
er ______back to you as
Mr Waterman
will
get
soon as
possible. Please ______ after the
speak
tone. Thank you.”



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