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Jack c. Richards · David Bohlke
with Kathryn O'Dell

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Contents
7 Food ...... ............. .. ............................ 49
8 In the neighborhood .......................... 57
9 What are you doing? .......................... 65
10 Past experiences ............................... 73
11 Getting away ..................................... 81
12 Time to celebrate ............................... 89


Credits
Illustration credits
Kveta Jelinek: 67; Andrew Joyner: 82; Greg Paprocki: 77;
Garry Parsons: 65; Rob Schuster: 51, 58, 59, 61, 88;
Richard Williams: 73, 93

Photography credits
49 (a ll) © Shutterst ock; 50 © Alamy; 53 (all) © Shutterstock; 54
© Media Bakery; 56 (le ft to right) © Alamy; © Shutterstock; 57 (top
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© Alex Segre/Alamy; (middle row, left to right) © Media Bakery;
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unit

Food
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
1

Look at the pictures. Complete the puzzle with food words. What's the mystery word?
1

C H E

E

S

E

2

3

1.

4

I
-t----t-~-l

4.

6.

5.

7.

5

2.

I

6

__J _

7

3.

2

Complete the sentences with the words from Exercise 1.
1. Lynn usually eats _ _ _n~o~o~d~le~s~-- at her favorite Chinese restaurant.
2. I can't eat dairy. I never eat _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
3. Carl's favorite food is fruit. He eats _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
every day.
4 . I usually have milk and fruit with my _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ in the morning.
5. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ and _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ are my favorite vegetables.
6. Tanya's favorite grain is _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ . She usually has it with beans.

3

What fo od do you eat? Write two examples for each group or I don't eat ...

Example:

I eat bananas and apples.

or I don't eat fruit.

1. Fru it:

2. Vegetables:
3. Meat:

4. Dairy:
5. Grai ns:
Unit 7

Lesson A

49


4

Are the food words count or noncount nouns? Write C (count) or N (noncount).

C

1. apple

2. cheese _ __

5

6

3. milk

5. meat

7. chicken _ __

4. tomato _ __

6. pasta _ __

8. egg _ __

Complete the answers. Use some or any.
1. Do you have any carrots?

No,

2. Do you have any fish?

Yes,

3. Do we have any apples?

Yes,

4. Does Edward have any cereal?

No,

5. Do they have any beans?

No,

6. Does Lorena have any rice?

Yes,

I.don't have any

Complete the conversation with a, an, any, or some.
A: What do you usually have for breakfast?

B: I usually have

some

cereal.

1

A: Do you have

milk with it?
2

B: Yes, I do.
A: And do you eat

fruit?
3

B: Sometimes. I usually have

banana or
4

apple with my cereal.
5

A: Do you eat

rice?
6

B: Not for breakfast. But I sometimes have
7

rice for lunch. I make it with

chicken or
8

beef and
9

vegetables.
10

Oh, and sometimes with

egg.
11

A: Really?

B: Yes. It's Korean food.
A: And what about dinner? What do you usually eat?
B: Well, I don't usually have ______ meat for dinner. I often have _ _ _ _ _ pasta.
12

It's my favorite!

50

Unit 7

Lesson A

13


7

Look at An drea's food and her sh opping list. What food does she have ?
What food doesn't she have? Write sentences with some and any.

1.

Andrea has some tomatoes.

2.

She doesn't have any apples .

Shopping List
apples
pasta
fish
beans

3. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

4. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

rice

5. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
6. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

7. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
8. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
9. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
10. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

8

Complete t he lists with your own information . Then write sentences with

I have

some and any.

Shopping List
/don't have

1. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
2. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

3. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
4. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

5. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
6. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Unit 7

Lesson A

51


: ~; I like Chinese food!
1

Com plete the conversation. Use the correct forms of the expressions from the box .

••
w
love

really like

like

not like

hate ,

not like at all

Shelby: Let's make lunch. Do you like noodles?
Martin: No, I don't like noodles
1

Shelby: How about Mexican food?
Martin: Yes, I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
2

••
w

Shelby: OK. How about rice and beans?
Martin: I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
3

Shelby: OK. Rice and beans. We have some fish, too.
Martin: I _ ______ _ _ _ _ . How about chicken? •
4

Shelby: I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . How about beef?

._.

5

Martin:

. Let's have rice and
6

beans with beef!

••

\J

Shelby: OK.

Complete the conversation with your own information. Use some of
the expressions from Exercise 1.
Shelby: Do you like fish?
You:
Shelby: Do you like pasta?
You:
Shelby: How about eggs?
You:
Shelby: Do you like Chinese food?
You:
Shelby: How about Italian food?
You:

52

Unit 7

Lesson B

'I

fish.


Meals
1

Read the text. Then label the pictures with the correct underlined food words.

Sometimes it's difficult to eat out with my friends. Everybody likes
different kinds of food! My friend Jon loves Asian food. He likes dumplings,
and he really likes sushi. Sandy usually eats pasta. She loves spaghetti
and noodles. Jake, her brother, likes American food. He usually has a
hot dog or a hamburger. Lou is likes tacos, but his favorite meal is
breakfast. He loves cereal, eggs, and pancakes. And Kristen is always on a
diet. She only eats soup and salad. It's terrible! How about me? Well, I eat
anything. I love all kinds of food!

1. _ ___,h=o~
t=d=og,,___

2. -~~~~~~

3. _ _ _ _ _ __

4. -~~-~~~

5. -~~~~~-

6. -~~~~~-

-~~~~~~

8. -~~~~~~

9. -~~~~~~

7.

Unit 7

Lesson C

53


Cross out the word that doesn't belong in each list.

3

1. On pizza:

tomatoes

cheese

pancakes

2. Italian food:

pizza

hot dogs

spaghetti

3. In a salad:

carrots

cheese

soup

4. Japanese food:

tacos

sushi

rice

5. In soup :

noodles

salad

chicken

Correct the mistakes.

Brenda eats pizza every day.

1. Bren da eats every day pizza.
2. Ahmed eats tacos once year.

3. We don't eat meat often very.
4. Andy eats cheese two a month.

5. Never Lydia eats vegetables.
6. They have dumplings four a week.

Circle the correct words to complete the conversation.
Pat: How once

/~do you eat sushi?
1

Alan: I don 't eat sushi very never

I

often. How about you?

2

Pat: I eat sushi once

I twice

in a while. Kevin and I go to

3

a Japanese restaurant twice

I three times a year.
4

Alan: My fam ily every
every

I

I

never eats out. We cook at home

5

often day.

6

Pat: Really? I don 't cook very

I every often.

Kevin cooks

7

often

I twice a week, but we

usually go to

8

restaurants.

Match the sentences that have similar meanings.
1. Gary eats spaghetti every Sunday.

54

-=c-

a. He eats spaghetti once in a while.

2. Kyl e doesn't eat spaghetti. _ __

b. He eats spaghetti twice a week.

3. Marco eats spaghetti every Tuesday and Friday. _ __

c. He eats spaghetti once a week.

4. Mr. Lee eats spaghetti three times a year. _ _ _

d. He eats spaghetti 12 times a year.

5. Victor has spaghetti once a month . _ __

e. He never eats spaghetti.

Unit 7

Le sson C


6

Look at Karen's answers to the quiz. Then answer the questions.

How international is your diet?
How often do
you have •••

every day

twice a
week

once a
week

Brazilian food?

twice a
month

once in a
while

never

./

Colombian food?
./

Japanese food?

./

Korean food?
American food?

./

Italian food?
Greek food?

./

1. How often does Karen eat Brazilian food?

She eats Brazilian food once a week.

2. How often does she eat Colombian food?

3. How often does she eat Japanese food?
4. How often does she eat Korean food?

5. How often does she eat American food?
6. How often does she eat Italian food?
7. How often does she eat Greek food?

How international is your diet? Answer the quiz with your own information.
Then write sentences with the time expressions.

How often do
you have •••

every day

twice a
week

once a
week

twice a
month

once in a
while

never

Mexican food?
Peruvian food?
Thai food?
Chinese food?
Turkish food?
French food?

Example:

I never eat Mexican food.

1.

4.

2.

5.

3.

6.
Unit 7

Lesson C

55


Favorite food
Look at the photo in Exercise 2. What kind of food is it?
It's _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __

Read the text. Then answer the questions.
1. How often does Isabel eat at a Chinese restaurant?
2. Who makes Mexican food?
3 . What's Isabel's favorite recipe?

•:t•'i'*

RECIPE S

TIPS

BLOG

CONTACT

EASY CHEF FORUM
What do you usually eaf? How often do you eat out'?
What's your favorite recipe'? We want to hear from you!

Isabel

In my family, we usually have a well-balanced diet. We eat vegetables, fruit, and grains
every day. We eat chicken about three times a week, and we eat fish once or twice a week.
We hardly ever have beef. We eat it once in a while at restaurants, but we don't eat out
very often. We do have some special days, though . Once a month, we eat out with our
children at our favorite Chinese restaurant. The dumplings are delicious! And my mom
comes over and makes Mexican food twice a month.
Here's my favorite easy recipe:

Veggie Pizza
Get some Italian bread. Put vegetables on top.
I use peppers, tomatoes, and onions.
Then add cheese, and cook it in the microwave
for one minute. Delicious!

Read the text again. Then write T (true), F (false), or NI (no information).
1. Isabel has two children.

NI

2. Isabel's family eats vegetables seven days a week. _ __
3 . Isabel's mother makes Mexican food for the family every week. _ __

4 . Isabel's husband sometimes makes veggie pizza.

5. Isabel's family never has beef.
6. Isabel can't cook Mexican food.

7. Isabel likes dumplings.
8. Peppers are vegetables.

56

Unit 7

Lesson D


unit

In the neighborhood
Around town
1

Label the pictures with the correct words from the box.
-

bank
bookstore
bus stop

---

coffee shop
gas station
w"library

newsstand
subway station
supermarket

Answer the questions. Use the places from Exercise 1.
1. Where can you usually get some coffee?

At a coffee shop, a bookstore. or a gas station.


2. Where can you usually get a newspaper?
3. Where can you usually get a book?
4. Where can you get gas for a car?
5. Where can you usually get some food?
Unit 8

Lesson A

57


Look at the picture. Complete the sentences with the correct words from the box.
in

between

across from

on

1. The bus stop is

ti on

next to

on the corner of

I

Maple Street.
Oak Street and Maple Street.

2. The park is

the park.

3. Joe's Cafe is

the bank and the park.

4. The bookstore is

the park.

5. The school is

6. The bank is

the bookstore.

Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. Sometimes more than one
answer is possible.
1. is

I The I

supermarket

I

next to

I

the

I

post office

I.

The supermarket is next to the post office. I The post office is next to the supe'rmarket.
2. The

I

Linden Street

3. the

I

hotel

4. bookstore

58

I

department store

drugstore

cafe

I

in

I

across from

I the I The I

is

I

bank and the school

6. First Avenue

I The I

hotel

Unit 8

Lesson A

is

I

is

I.

I.

I The I

I

I is I .

on

I The I

library

5. the

I

I

I

I

is

I

between

on the corner of

I

and

I

I.
Market Street

I.


5

Read the clues. Label the places with the correct words. Then answer the questions.
A • The supermarket is on the corner of Second Avenue and Prince Street.

• The coffee shop is between the bank and the hotel.
• The library is next to the bank.

Second
Avenue

Miller
Avenue

Prince Street

1. Is the hotel between the coffee shop and the supermarket?

__,_Yi=es"'-'--'-i-"--t_,__,is"-'-.--- - -

2. What is on the corner of Miller Avenue and Prince Street?
3. What is next to the supermarket?
4. Is the coffee shop next to the library?
B • The drugstore is across from the post office.

• The Internet cafe is next to the drugstore.
• The bookstore isn't on Oak Street.
• The newsstand is next to the bookstore.

Oak
Street

Cedar
Street

Hill Avenue

1. What is on the corner of Oak Street and Hill Avenue?

2. What is between the post office and the newsstand?
3. Is the Internet cafe on Hill Avenue?
4. Is the bookstore across from the drugstore?

Unit 8

Lesson A

59


How do I get to ... ?
Complete the directions with the correct words from the box.
blocks

left

take

turn

up

./walk

- - - - - · __ J

45 East Eighth Street_

Start on York Street.

Walk

--~~--

to the corner of Elm Street.

1

Take a ---.,..--- on Elm Street.
2

Go _ _ _ _ _ Elm Street.
3

_ _ _ _ _ right on Fifth Avenue.
4

Walk four - - - - - 5

-------------

----,---- a right on Eighth Street.
6

Go down Eighth Street. It's on the left.

Write the conversation in the correct order.
./Excuse me. How do I get to the drugstore?
Go up Oak Street and turn left on First Avenue.
Great. Thank you very much.
Turn left on First Avenue?
Yes.

A:

Excuse me. How do I get to the drugstore?

B:
A:

B:
A:

60

Unit 8

Lesson B


Fun in the city
Complete the puzzle and the sentences with the correct places to visit.

1

Across
2. Let's watch a movie at the _ __,_,m"""o=--'v"""ie"'--_
theater.

0

v

E

3. My children can swim, and they love the
_ _ _ _ _ park.
5. Do you like the fish in the _ _ _ _ _ _ ?
6. Is there a _ _ _ _ _ _ pool here?
7. Don works at the science _ _ _ _ __
Down
1. Let's see the animals at the _ _ _ _ __
2. I really like the art at this _ _ _ _ __
4 . The

park is fun! Wheeeeeeee !

Unit 8

Lesson C

61


Read the text. Then answer the questions.

GATLINBU _ G, TENNESSEE
Welcome!
There's a lot to do in Gatlinburg! Read about all of the fun places to visit here!

We have a lot of museums. Go to the Hollywood
Star Cars museum and see musicians' cars. You
can see actors' and actresses' cars, too! Ripley's
Believe It or Not Museum is also great. And
Ripley's Aquarium has very unusual fish. We
don't have a zoo in Gatlinburg, but you can
see animals outside!

1. Are there any museums in Gatlinburg?

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is
in Gatlinburg. You can walk in it every day.
We don't have a water park, but there are
water slides at Ober Gatlinburg Ski Resort
and Amusement Park.

Yes there are.

2. Is there an aquarium in Gatlinburg?
3. Are there any zoos?

4. Are there any parks in Gatlinburg?
5. Is there a water park?
6. Is t here an amusement park?

Write sentences about Gatlinburg with
information in parentheses.

I

1. (aquariums
2. (museums
3. (zoos

I

I

There's an aquarium in Gatlinburg.

1)
9)

0)

4. (movie theaters
5. (water parks

I

I

4)

0)

6. (amusement parks

62

Unit 8

Lesson C

there is I are I isn't I aren't

I

1)

and the


4

Complete the conversations. Use the correct forms of

there is / are.

A: Excuse me. Are there any museums in this city ?
1

B:

. The museums are on
2

First Street.
A: Great. And are there any zoos here?
B: No, _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ , but there's an
3

aquarium. It's near the art museum.
A: OK. Thanks.
C: Excuse me. _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ near here?
4

D: A swimming pool? Yes, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
5

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

one in the park.

6

C: Great. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ near the park?
7

D: No, --------,------

. The library is across

8

from the school, about ten blocks from here.
C: Thank you very much.

5

Complete the chart with the number of each place in your town or city.
Then write sentences with there is I are and the information in the chart.

Place
amusement parks

Number

aquariums
~

movie theaters
~

museums
t-

science centers
t-

swimming pools
zoos
1.

There

in my town.

2.
3.
4.

5.
6.

7.

Unit 8

Lesson C

63


A great place to visit
Loo k at the calendar in Exercise 2. Is the Ridgewood Community Center open every day?

Read the text. Complete the sentences with the correct days of the week.
r'~·
d~
a.,..y__
1. You can see a movie at the community center on -~F~

2. You can visit a museum on _ _ _ _ __
3. There's an Italian dinner at the community center on _ _ _ _ __
4. The swimming pool is open all day on _ _ _ _ __
5. There is a book sale on _ _ __ __
6. You can go to an amusement park on _ _ _ _ __

,:ifb RIDGEWOOD COMMUNITY CENTER

~

CALENDAR
Monday
Children's
Art Tour

Tuesday
Open Swim
All day

Wednesday

Thursday
Bookstore

Movie Night

Field Trip

All day

6:00-10:00 p.m.

9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

There's an Italian
dinner at our
community center.
Come and eat
spaghetti!

Bring old books
to the center
on Monday. On
Thursday we have
a book sale.

$8 for adults
$6 for children

Watch a movie at
the center. There's
a drama in Room
B, and there's a
children 's movie in
Room D.

We take a bus
to the Great Fun
Amusement Park
in Oakdale in the
morning and come
back in the evening.

All books are $1.

They're free!

$45 per person

Italian
Night
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

2:30 - 4:30 p.m.

Tour the new
Metro Art Museum
with two guides.
This is for children
age 6-12 and their
parents.

Our swimming
pool is open to
everyone on
Tuesday!

$5 per person

It's free!

NOTE: We are closed on Sundays.

By bus: Take the 062 bus to the Lamont bus stop. Walk
down Lamont Street. Turn left on Orchid Street. We're
on the corner of Orchid Street and Main Street.

By subway: Take the Ctrain to Melvin Station. Walk up the
stairs and turn right on View Street. Walk to Main Street
and turn right. Walk two blocks to the corner of Main
Street and Orchid Street.

Read the text again. Then answer the questions.
1. How much is the museum tour?
2. What time is the Italian dinner?
3. Is there a swimming pool at the community center?
4. How do they get to the amusement park?
5. Where is the community center in Ridgewood?

64

Unit 8

Lesson D

It's five dollars per person.


unit

What are you doing?
I'm looking for you.
Complete the sentences with the correct words from the box.

at

behind

a. He waves

front

to

b. He runs

c.

Bob is

in

in

on

.l'to

to

under

Paula. She is _ _ _ the children .
the movie theater.
the bus. He's late.

d. She stands
e. Paula stands in

an umbrella in the rain.
of the movie theater.

f. The movi e ends _ _ _ 5:00.

g. She looks fo r Bob

the lobby.

h. The movie starts, but Paula isn 't _ _ _ the theater.

2

Match the pictures and the sentences from Exercise 1.

2.

5.

6.

4.

7.

8.

Unit 9

Lesso n A

65


Circle the correct words to complete each sentence.

1. Calvin
a.

CD
c.

at the bus stop.

4.

starting now.

are standing

a.

It's

is standing

b.

It doesn't

stand

c.

It

2. Kate and Naomi

to Jen.

5.

walking to school.

a.

aren't waving

a.

I'm not

b.

isn't waving

b.

I don't

c.

don't waving

c.

to our parents.

3. We

6. Lori and Ross

a.

talks

a.

is sitting

b.

don't talking

b.

sits

c.

aren't talking

c.

are sitting

behind Jay.

Rewrite the email to correct the underlined mistakes.

Hello, Gwen!
We're haveing a great time in Spain. We're at a museum now. I'm writeing in
the cafe . My husband is lookking for the Picasso paintings. My daughter are
watching a movie about Spanish art. My son not watching the movie. He's play
a video game here in the cafe . The baby isn't here. She's is sleeping at the
hotel with my mother. Well, my mother's aren't sleeping. I think she's watch TV!
OK, now I need to look for my family and see some art!
Bye,
Stefanie

We're having a great time in Spain. We're at a museum now.

66

Unit 9

Lesson A


5

Write present continuous sentences with the words in parentheses.

1. (Matt
2. (We

I

I

3. (Ch loe

I

to work)

soccer

I at the

not drive

play

I

I

not sit

4 . (The game

I

I

start

Matt is not driving to work.
park)

in the cafe)

I

now)

I swim I in the pool)
(Joan I not have I lunch right
(I I call I Aud rey)
(Yo u I not ru n)

5. (Th ey
6.
7.
8.

now)

Look at the pictures. What are the people doing? What aren't they doing? Complete
the two sentences for each picture with the pairs of expressions from the box.
Use t he present continuous.
co ok I eat at a restaurant
en d I sta rt

look for a book I hold a book
.I run I watch a movie
___J

1. They 're running
They 're not watching a movie

2. She - - - - - - - - - - - - She _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3. The movi e _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

4. He _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _~

It _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

He _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _~
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Lesson A

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I can't talk right now.
Circle the correct words to complete each sentence.
Sally: Hello?
Jordan: Hi, Sal. It's Jordan. Do you have good time/~?
1

I sorry. I'm busy i can't
3
I call I talk you back?

Sally: Oh, sure

right now. I'm cleaning.

2

Can

4

Jordan: OK, sure / sorry. Talk to you minute
5

I

later.

6

Sally: Thanks. Bye.

Look at the pictures. Write conversations with the sentences from the box. Use the
conversation in Exercise 1 as a model. Sometimes more than one answer is possible.
Can you talk now?
I can't talk right now.

I'm cooking dinner.
I'm doing my homework.

Is this a good time to talk?
This isn't a good time.

1. Jin Sun: ~
H=-e=/lo~?'----­
lvan:

Hi. Jin Sun. It's Ivan.

Jin Sun: _ _ _ _ __

_ _ _ __ __ _ _ _ ?
Ivan: _ _ _ _ __
Jin Sun: _ _ _ _ __

2.

Dan:

?

Marc:

?
Dan:

?
Marc:
Dan:

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Unit 9

Lesson B


These days
1

Put the letters in the correct order to make activity phrases.
1. er I an

0

learn to drive

t ev d ri

2. keat a c e d an s s I a c
3. eecatr a stbeiew

4. o k Io f r o a b j
5. t

S LI

6. rt

LI

0

d y t I i I an a
t

0

a tLisdten

7. ea kt netnsi lsoesns
8. y t

2

LIS

d r f o n a xmea

Complete the text with the phrases from Exercise 1.
----

-

------

-·------- -

------

- .....

The Idea Spot
Try something new! Here are a few ideas.
1.

Learn to drive

a car. You can learn at MPH Driving School.

2. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ in Italy!
You can take classes in Milan, Rome, or Florence.
3. Can you play sports? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
from Ralph Garvis at the Youth Gym.

4.
Baila has flamenco, tango, and salsa classes.
5. Youcan _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
Use your own computer. Tech Now teaches you online.
6.

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - with

a friend .

Go to the library or a cafe. Get an A on your test!

7. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ .Studentsat
Byron Language School need help in Japanese and Chinese. Volunteer today!
8. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - on line.
Find a job as a nurse, doctor, teacher, accountant, musician ...

Unit 9

Lesson C

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