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An opinion essay

■jb ric and underline th e key w ords. W h a t are

>p o - g to w rite? (See Suggested Answers Section)

nada'class discussion abo u t the follow ing statem ent: ‘A



IIS



: diet is n o t a healthy diet'. N ow yo ur teacher has asked



':

a r ess° y expressing your opinion and giving reasons

-^o po rt it.



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A



: you agree w ith th e s ta te m e n t in th e rubric?

- y or w h y not? Think o f tw o reasons to support

. c j r opinion, th en read th e essay to see if th e y are

~ientioned. (See Suggested Answers Section)



I a 12 1 firs t reason & exam ple

I bl 11 subject & o p in io n

I c 141 opposing vie w

I dl 5l sum m ary

[3] second reason & exam ple

Look a t th e underlined

expressions in th e te x t. W hich

o f th e expressions are used to

introduce: a) opinions b) topic

or supporting sentences c) an

opposing view ?

(See Suggested Answers Section)



Your turn

^



: ,ou eat fast food as one of your daily meals? Many

p c o e eat fast food for some, if not most, of their meals.

Horn- .er, I strongly believe that people shouldn’t include so

fast food in their diets.



► : -st of alj, fast food is very high in fat, which is harmful

r

bodies. For example, eating a high amount of fat

■na«rs your blood thicker. In turn, this makes it harder for

? -eartto pump.



Read th e rubric. W hich o f th e

view p oints (1 -3 ) b e lo w a g re e/

disagree w ith th e s ta te m e n t in

th e rubric? W rite suitable

supporting sentences fo r each

topic sentence.

(See Suggested Answers Section)



► Secondly, fast food diets don’t contain much fresh fruit

y "a n y vegetables. Because of this, fast food does not

. people with a balanced diet. As a result, our brains

a : bodies do not work as well and we feel tired and

sressed.



I ► Dn the other hand, fast food is not so bad if people don’t

n - •• :hese types of meals very often. For instance, eating

food once a week would not be considered too

j ealthy. You must be careful, though, that once a week

e :nes not become once a day!

Itt

| > In conclusion, fast food meals are a rather unhealthy

choice and lack essential nutrients, such as

vitamins and

minerals, that

our body

needs. The

wav I see it.

people must

eat different

types of food to

stay healthy and

fit.

D‘



Read again and m atch th e

paragraphs (1 -5 ) to th e

headings (a-e) below .



I

1



2



3



You have had a class discussion

a bo u t the follow ing statement:

'Daily exercise is necessary for

good health.'Now, yo ur teacher

has asked you to write an essay

expressing yo ur opinion and

giving reasons fo r yo ur views.



Daily exercise is an effective

w ay to keep a healthy w e ight.

When you exercise, your body

burns calories faster. As a result,

you won't p u t on extra weight.

Exercise can give you more

energy.

It helps your heart and lungs

w o rk b etter and makes you

feel good.

Exercise is n o t th e only w ay to

keep healthy.

You should also eat healthy

food.



Use your answ ers in Ex. 4 and

a p p ro p riate linking w ords to

w rite your essay ( 100-120

w ords). Use Ex. 2a as a m odel.

(See Suggested Answers Section) q j



Conditionals Types 0 & 1

-j



A n s w e r th e fo llo w in g q u e s tio n s a b o u t

y o u rs e lf. (Ss' own answers)



Use th e p ro m p ts to m a k e sentences.



W h a t w ill y o u d o if yo u :

1

2



3



4



5

6



2



w a te r reach/100°C - it/b o il

If w ater reaches 100°C, it boils.

you/eat lots o f sweets - you/put on w e ig h t

If you eat lots o f sweets, you w ill p u t on

w e ig h t.

yo u /stan d on to p o f th e b u ild in g - y o u /

see th e w h o le to w n

If you stand on to p o f th e b u ild in g , you

w ill see th e w h o le to w n .

I/have a tem perature - I/usually take an aspirin

If I have a te m p e ra tu re , I usually ta ke an

aspirin.

I/n o t eat breakfast - l/feel w e a k

If I d o n 't eat breakfast, I feel w eak.

y o u /p u t salt in orange juice - it/ta ste

a w fu l

If you p u t salt in orange juice, it w ill ta ste

a w fu l.













g e t a stom ach ache? • p u t on w e ig h t?

catch a cold? • miss th e school bus?

w a ke up late?

have a to o th a ch e ?



If I get a stomach ache, I'll drink some tea.



Need(n't)/Must(n't)

4



Use m ust/m ustn't t o e x p la in th e signs.

(See Suggested Answers Section'



© !



NO SMOKING



WAIT

IN THE

QUEUE



Look a t th e speech b u b b le s, th e n use th e

p ro m p ts to m a ke s ta te m e n ts , as in th e

e xa m p le . (See Suggested Answers Section)



SILENCE

PLEASE!



(to o th a ch e n o t

go away)



d o n 't w a n t to go

to th e d e ntist.



I



DO NOT FEE i

THE ANIMAL!



If you d on't go to the dentist, the toothache w on't

go away.

d o n 't w a n t to



\



(have tire d eyes)



1



You m ustn't smoke.



w e a r glasses.

5

3



^ d o n 't w a n t to ta k e \

th e m edicine.

/



(in fe ctio n 9 et

w o rse )



C o m p le te th e d ie tic ia n 's lis t o f th in g s th a t I

Laura needs to/needn't d o to be h e a lth y.

1



4



X I w a n t to stay up \

late

j



(miss a p p o in tm e n t

to m o rro w )



2

3



(p u t on w e ig h t)



I eat lots o f

sw eets and crisps.



4

5



d o n 't have an

um brella!



48



\



(lend you m ine)



6



sto p e a ting late a t n ig h t

She needs to stop eating late a t night.

avoid sw eets and fa tty foods

She needs to avoid sweets and fa tty fo o d j

exercise all day

She n e e d n 't exercise all day.

sto p d rin k in g orange juice

She n e e d n 't s to p d rin kin g orange juice.

eat a balanced d ie t

She needs to e a t a balanced diet.

sto p e a ting lunch

She n e e d n 't sto p e a tin g lunch.



I c a n 't study

any m ore!



~ c !e te th e exchanges w ith needn't or



3

D octor, I have a stom ach ache again.

From n o w on, you m u s tn 't d rin k any

coffee.

Nurse, I w a n t to see th e d o c to r rig h t

now!

Sir, you m u s tn 't sh o u t in here.



ta ke a break

You should ta ke a

break.



I've g o t a s p littin g

headache!



I'm g o in g to sto p e a tin g chocolate.

You n e e d n 't d o th a t. Just c u t d o w n a

little !



4



d rin k any m ore coffee

You s h o u ld n 't d rin k any

m ore coffee.



I d o n 't w a n t to leave you on y o u r o w n .

You n e e d n 't w o rry a b o u t me. I'll be

fine.

I love su n b a th in g



I to o k th e ta b le ts Steve gave me.

You m u s tn 't ta ke a n tib io tic s w ith o u t a

p re scription!

I d o n 't have a dress fo r th e party. I'll

buy one.

You n e e d n 't d o th a t. I'll lend you one

o f m ine.



ould/Shouldn't



w e a r sunscreen

You should w e a r

sunscreen.



Use th e w ords in brackets to re w rite th e

sentences.

1



It's n o t necessary to ta ke a n tib io tic s w h e n

you have a cold, (n ee d n 't)

You needn't take antibiotics when you have a

cold.



2



Eating lots o f sw eets is n 't a go od idea,

(shouldn't)

You s h o u ld n 't eat lots o f sweets.

Taking p h o to s isn 't a llo w e d in th e

m useum , (m u stn 't)

You m u s tn 't ta k e p h oto s in th e m useum .

You c a n 't g o o u t be fo re you finish y o u r

h o m e w o rk, (need to )

You need to finish yo u r h o m e w o rk before

you go o u t.

I advise you to see a d o c to r if th e pain

continues. (should)

You should see a d o c to r if th e pain

continues.

It's necessary to w e a r a h e lm e t w h e n you

ride a m o to rb ik e , (m ust)

You m u st w e a r a h e lm e t w h e n you ride a

m o to rb ike .



; -a d th e speech bubbles and give advice

.: ng th e prom pts and should/shouldn't.

I w a n t to lose

w e ig h t!



1



go on a d ie t

You should go on a

diet.



3



4



5



■ bed so late

. sh o u ld n 't go

oed so late.



6



^



D o you like cooking? D o you th in k your kitchen is safe? (Ss' own answers)



2



a.



Read th e te x t quickly. M a tch th e h igh ligh ted w ords to th e pictures. (See Suggested Answers Sel



b. In pairs, read th e te x t again and com p lete th e questionnaire. (Ss' own answers)



Every year, more than 250,000 accidents happen in kitchens in the UK

Also, last year 12% of the population (about 5.5 million) people became

because of something they ate.

What about you? How safe is your kitchen? Complete this easy

questionnaire with Yes or No to find out!



1 Do you wash knives, chopping boards and your

hands after you chop raw food, especially meat?

2



Do you have a fire extinguisher in your kitchen?



3



Do you always put raw meat at the bottom of

the fridge?



4



Do you chop food and use sharp knives

carefully?



5



Do you always remember to put meat and

dairy products like milk, cheese & yoghurt

back in the fridge?



6

7

Dairy Fresh



Do you wash fruit and salad well before you eat it?

Do you always dry the floor quickly if you

spill something?



M IL K



My Score



3



4



0-3 Yes



Keep out! Your kitchen is very dangerous!



4-5 Yes



Not bad but sometimes your kitchen is not safe!



6-7 Yes



You are very safe in the kitchen. Well done!



W h y are th e rules in th e questionnaire im p o rtan t? Talk a b o u t yo u r score. Is yo u r kitchen safe?

(See Suggested Answers Section)

M a k e a safety poster or le a fle t fo r your kitchen. Use m ust/m ustn't. D ecorate yo u r poster w ith

pictures.

(See Suggested Answers Section)



14



& Grammar

correct item .

1



. c a n 't s w a llo w because she has a

.... th ro a t.

D sore

C s p littin g

’ 1 i to o k a ........... because she had a

‘ ■rsaache.

A : : ^ g h sw e e t

(B) p a in kille r

C vitamin

.....g e t a to o th a c h e if you eat to o

~ ^ c h sugar.

A

B should

C can



• du need t o ........... a d e n tis t o r else yo u r

’.o othache w ill g e t w orse.

A see

B go

C call

• you have a te m p e ra tu re , an aspirin

u s u a lly ..............

A help

(§ ) helps

C w ill help



':



You should sto p e a ting burgers and o th e r

types o f .......... foods.

A balanced j j fa tty

C o ve rw e ig h t



16



She d o e s n 't ........... e n ou g h sleep. That's

w h y she's always tire d in th e m o rning .

A ta ke

(§ ) g e t

C m ake



17



It's im p o rta n t to d r in k ........... o f w ater.

A m uch

B lo t

©

p le n ty



19



H e ...........w a tc h so m uch TV. It's bad fo r

his eyes.

A n e e d n 't B s h o u ld n 't

C w o n 't



20



This b o d y ...........is excellent fo r sunburn.

A cream

B p a in kille r

C ta blets

I M a rk s :------- \



I



Everyday English

g



60



'



'



Circle th e correct response.

A: W h a t's th e m a tte r?

B:(a) I've g o t a te rrib le to o th a c h e ,

b I th in k I'll go to hospital.



2



I feel h o t. I th in k I have a ..............

A te m p e ra tu re

B cough

C headache



A: You p o o r th in g ! You should see a

d o cto r!

B: a M aybe I should.

b I've g o t a stom ach ache.



3



„ohn had a h e art ........... and he's still in

nospital.

§ o p e ra tio n B sore

C fillin g



A: A re you all right?

B: a That's a g o o d idea!

(H) I'm n o t feeling very w ell.



4



A: W h a t do you suggest I take fo r a

cough?

B: a M aybe I should ta ke som e syrup.

(B) I suggest you ta ke th is syrup.



5



A: Can I have so m e th in g fo r sunburn?

B :(a) You can try th is cream.

b Oh dear!

/

\



....... I need n e w

B chem ist's



* th e pain ....... w orse, I w ill see a

doctor.

A get

(B) gets

C w ill g e t

;



20x3



1



t i going to th e .

glasses.

A optician's

C o p h th a lm o lo g is t



5



15



18 Y o u ............. sto p sm oking. It dam ages yo u r

health.

(A) should

B can

C

need



............... w o rry a b o u t M aria. She'll be

fine.

A need to

B m ust

(C) n e e d n 't



i/Vhen I ..........a cold, I usually take vitam in C.

A. have

B w ill have

C had



I o fte n g e t s tre s s e d ...........in th is jo b .

B on

C in



(A) o u t



...... meals does n o t help you lose

w e ig h t.

A C u ttin g (B) Skipping

C Taking



' 3 You r e a lly ...........to stay in bed since you

nave a te m p e ra tu re .

A need

B m u st

C should



I M a rk s :------- \



I



5x8



40



Total: — -— -— \

100 marks



51



I



I J



Vocabulary Practice

1



a.



Label th e pictures.



3 s a X d ± Ü eI

w k m £



2



b. W hich category does each item belong

to: fish, d a iry products, seafood, vegetables,

meat, drinks, snacks o r fruit? Think o f

th re e m ore item s fo r each category.

(See Suggested Answers Section)

Choose th e correct w o rd .

1

2

3

4

5



3



Everyday English

(Ordering food at a takeaway)

4











M m , sm ell th a t! It's freshly b o ile d /baked

bread!

I love g rille d /boiled eggs.

M y m o th e r buys steak/rice fro m th e

b u tc h e r near o u r house.

Helen prefers fried rice to boiled/b aked .

The ch e f recom m ends th e b ak e d /roast

beef.







A:

B:

A:

B:



Use th e w ords to fill in th e correct

headings on th e m enu.



A:

B:



• Drinks • Snacks • Starters • M ain Courses

• Desserts



M

Starters



Srtad{ß



M exican Salad

Spring rolls



French fries

Sandwiches



A:

B:

A:

B:



e n u



A:

B:

A:



9rfain Courses

Sw eet & sour chicken

Sliced b e e f & p o ta to e s



52



Fruit salad

crepes



It'll be th ere in a b o u t 20 m inutes

H o w can I help you

C ould I have yo u r address and te le ph o n e j

num ber, please

A n y th in g else to go w ith th a t

Is th a t all



J



H ello! Tom's Takeaway! 1 ) .................

Yes, I'd like to place an order.

O f course. W h a t w o u ld you like?

First o f all, I'd like tw o p o rtio n s o f roa|

b e e f and m ashed potatoes.

A ll rig h t. 2 ) .....................................................

Um , yes, please. I'd also like tw o pieces

ch o co la te cake.

3) .......................................................................

Yes.

OK. 4) ..............................................................

O f course. It's 14B C h a rlo tte Street, ail

m y p h one n u m b e r is 0 1 1 4 -7 9 9 9 -2 3 0 .

... 2 ... 3 ... 0 ... A n d yo u r nam e, please^

Lori Adam s.

All righ t, Ms Adam s. 5) ........................

Thank you fo r ordering fro m Ton|

Takeaway!



Speaking

5



!Desserts



C o m p le te th e d ia lo g u e w ith phrases fro m j

th e list. (See Suggested Answers Section)



I



You are in a re s ta u ra n t w ith y o u r b e st

frie n d a n d y o u 're try in g t o d e cid e w h a t td

have fo r d in n e r. Use th e m e n u in Ex. 3 to

a c t o u t d ia lo g u e s.

(See Suggested Answers Section)



vocabulary Practice

|



v



•x



are



to

)



r.'i buy books a t a bookshop.



:ie th e odd w o rd o u t. W h a t are you

«M i ' n g now ? Tell your partner.

(Ss' own answers)

\

: -ess, (rain coat,) skirt, ju m p e r

I

: :
3 -.'o jsers, jeans, shorts, (sunglasses )

4 '-s n irt, to p ,(sca rf)d u n g a re e s

::bag, ring, bracelet, earrings



e?



>m



• - th e items in th e pictures to th e shops. Then, m ake sentences. W h a t else can you buy in

shop? (See Suggested Answers Section)



*■earing a pa ir o f jeans and a T-shirt.



Listening

••



js t e n to th e conversation and choose

th e c o rre c t answ er (A, B or C).

- 3jla w a n ts to buy

A som e trousers.

B a dress.

C a to p .



The to p Paula likes is

A black.

B w h ite .

< 0 pink.

'C h ic ' is

A behind th e bank.

B o p p o site th e m arket.

<£) next to th e florist's.

Donna's trousers cost

A £90.

(B) £40.

C £25.

Donna th in k s th e prices fo r th e dresses

are

(A) reasonable.

B expensive.

C g o o d value.



53



Vocabulary Practice

a.



C om plete th e floo r plan o f a

d e p a rtm e n t store w ith th e w ords from

th e list.

• health • hom e • gam es • electrical

• accessories • c lo th in g



HARRINGTON’S

DEPARTM EN T S T O R E

5

4

3

2

1

G

b.



ho m e & garden

to ys & games

electrical goods

je w e llery & accessories

c lo th in g & fo o tw e a r

h e alth & beauty



On w hich floo r w o u ld you find th e

fo llo w in g items?

(See Suggested Answers Section)

• to ile trie s • a handbag • a pair o f jeans

• a pair o f earrings • a m ug • a lam p

• a pair o f sandals • a chess set • a p la n t

• cosm etics • a Discman



You would find toiletries on the ground floor.



Reading

4



a.



Read th e te x t quickly and m atch th e

questions to th e paragraphs.



A

B

C

D

E



H o w m uch d o th e y get?

Do children k n o w th e value o f m oney?

W here do teenagers g e t th e ir m oney?

W h a t a b o u t saving?

W h a t do th e y spend it on?



Money; M oney,Mone

1



c



In th e UK, tw o th ird s o f children aged 7 to 16 g<

po cke t m oney 0) from th e ir parents. Som etim es,

however, th e y have to do chores, like w ashing

th e ir dad's car 1 ) o r m o w in g th e law n, to earn it

Some teenagers earn m oney fro m 'S aturday job:

in shops, cafés o r superm arkets o r th e y have

'p a p e r ro u n ds' w h e re 2) th e y deliver newspapers

to people's hom es. They m ay also g e t m oney

fro m th e ir parents and relatives on special

occasions such 3) as birthdays o r C hristm as.

2 A



C hoose th e c o rre c t w o rd .

1



Helen sp e nd s/saves £ 1 5 0 on cosm etics

every m o n th .

2 Jack le n t/b o rro w e d his sister £50

yesterday.

3 Sir, yo u 've fo rg o tte n yo u r c h a n g e /cash.

4 M y cousin e a rns/w in s £ 2 8 ,0 0 0 per year.

5 You can o n ly pay in ca sh /ch a ng e .

6 Can I le n d /b o rro w yo u r pen?

Fill in th e c o rre c t w o rd s fro m th e list.

• cre d it • salary • cash • w a g e • paid

A: Did you g e t 1) paid today, Mary?

B: Yes I did, b u t u n fo rtu n a te ly I have to pay

o ff m y 2) c re d it card.

Oh, no! Thank goodness I d o n 't have one.

Do you use it a lot?

B: Yes, because I d o n 't carry m uch 3) cash

w ith me.

I see. I w a n t one b u t m y w e e kly 4) w a g e

isn 't as g o o d as yours.

Oh w e ll, ju s t be p a tie n t u n til you've

finished yo u r tra in in g . Lawyers earn an

excellent 5) salary!



The average a m o u n t o f p o cke t m oney fro m

parents 4) is a b o u t £ 8 .0 0 a w eek, b u t teenagers

w ith jobs can earn 5) a lo t m ore!

3 E

Kids spend a massive tw o th ird s 6) o f th e ir m ori­

on snack fo od s such as ch ocolate, sw eets and

fizzy drinks! Boys also buy c o m p u te r

games, CDs and DVDs w h ils t girls buy

clothes, shoes and to ile trie s such as

bubble b a th , p e rfu m e and m akeup.

4 D

A pparently, on ly one fifth o f

children save, b u t generally,

boys save m ore 7) th a n girls!

5 B

Schools n o w teach personal

finance to all UK teenagers, so if

th e y d o n 't k n o w h o w 8) to

m anage th e ir m oney now,

...th e y soon w ill!



b.



Read again and fill in th e gaps

( 1 - 8) w ith th e correct w o rd .



An email describing a shopping centre



Adjectives



Read th e rubric and underline th e key w ords. Then,

answ er th e questions.



M a tch th e adjectives in bold in

th e em ail w ith th e ir opposites.



(See Suggested Answers Section)



1

2

3

4

5

6

7



Anyway, you m entioned th a t you w ent to th a t new shopping

centre. I've heard it's great! Write a nd tell m e w h a t it's like!

Andy



1

2

3



W ho is going to read the email?

W h a t is the reason fo r w riting?

W h at can you usually find in a shopping centre?



Read Geoff's em ail. W hich o f th e fo llo w in g does he

m ention? Tick ( / ) .



name o f centre

location

cafés/restaurants

opening hours

types o f shops

outside









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0

0

0





hygiene

prices

car park(s)

service

décor

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Dear Andy,

!► It was great to hear from you. I’m fine but a bit busy with

schoolwork!

gj* Anyway, you asked me about that new shopping centre that

has just opened. Well, actually I went there with Bill yesterday! It’s

really huge! It has some excellent shops and a big food court with

restaurants and cosy cafés. The outside is nice too, with two

beautiful fountains surrounded by trees. There are also two car

parks, so it’s really easy to park.

!► In the shops, most of the prices seemed reasonable. I found a

shop with trainers on sale so I bought two pairs. Then, I went to a

huge bookshop while Bill shopped for some new trousers.

£► The only thing I didn’t like was the fact that it was crowded.

Also, some of the sales assistants were quite slow.

I think I’ll go back in a couple of weeks when it’s not so

crowded. Hey, why don’t you come along?

Talk to you soon,

Geoff

________________

3



difficult * easy

old * new

expensive * reasonable

ugly * beautiful

fast * slow

em pty * crowded

tiny * huge



Give th e sentences (1 -6 ) an

opposite m eaning.

(See Suggested Answers Section)

1 It had a wide variety o f shops.

It had a limited variety ofshops.

2 The prices w ere quite

reasonable.

3 The shopping centre is really

beautiful.

4 The shop assistants were

fast and polite.

5 There was a huge car park.

The shops w ere really

crowded.



6



Your t u r n

a.



Read th e rubric and

com plete th e spidergram s.

This is part o f an email you

received from your friend.



Have you been to the new

department store yet? What is it

like?

(See Suggested Answers Section)







-



.



Jf



M atch th e paragraphs to th e headings.

a 3

b 2

c 1

d 5

e 4



purchases and prices

description o f shops and outside

opening remarks

closing remarks

opinions, service



Use your spidergram s to

w rite an em ail to your

friend. You can use th e

headings in Ex. 3 to organise

your ideas into paragraphs.

(See Suggested Answers Section)



55



Countable/Uncountable

nouns - Quantifiers

^



4



A: Can I have 1) som e b u tte r on m y bread?

B: There's only 2) a little le ft. W e need to

g e t m ore.



Put th e nouns in th e correct colum n.











stra w b e rry • tea

pancake • pasta

cheese • p o ta to

b u tte r • lo b ste r



C o u n ta b le

strawberry, m elon,

biscuit, pancake, egg,

p o ta to , steak, lobster,

o n io n



• flo u r

• salt •

• m eat

• honey



• m elon • biscuit

egg • bread

• steak • m ilk

• o n io n • soup



A: There a re n 't 3) any bananas in th e fru it

b o w l.

B: Look in th e cupboard. I th in k th e re are

4) a fe w /so m e there.



U n c o u n ta b le

tea, flo u r, pasta, salt,

bread, cheese, m eat,

m ilk, b u tte r, honey,

soup



Label th e pictures w ith th e nouns below .

W hich can go w ith th e items in Ex. 1?

(See Suggested Answers Section)

• lo a f • tin • p acket • ja r • ca rton

• b o ttle • cup • b o w l



Fill in th e e xch a n g e s w ith some, any, a fe w

o r a little .



A: Do w e need 5) any cheese?

B: I'm n o t sure. Is th e re 6) any in th e fridge?

A: A re th e re 7) any biscuits in th e jar?

B: O nly 8) a few . I'll g e t 9) som e m ore w h e n

I g o shopping.



Going to - Will

5



a packet o f pasta



Respond to th e statem ents. Use th e verbs

in th e list.

• answ er • close • tid y • w ash • buy



I'll close the

window.



1 packet



2 cup



3 c a rto n



4 b o ttle

I'll tid y it.

2



5 lo a f



6 tin



7 bowl



f



8 jar

W e h a v e n 't g o t

any m ilk.



Underline th e correct item .

1

2

3

4

5

6

7



56



Y our room is a

mess!



I'm very tire d . I d id n 't g e t som e/any sleep

last n ig h t.

There are a fe w /little shops in m y

n e ig h b o u rh o o d .

I need to go to th e su p erm a rke t and buy

any/som e sugar.

A re th e re a ny/som e to m a to e s le ft in th e

fridge?

W e've g o t a fe w /little lem ons, so w e can

m ake a lem on pie.

There's a fe w /s o m e bread. W e d o n 't have

to go to th e baker's.

Can I have som e/an y cherries, please?



I'll buy som e.



Ni

4



5



;



Your clothes are

d irty !



I'll w ash th e m .



'II answ er it.



The p h on e is

ring in g .



Ni



D enise is going to M exico fo r her holidays and has already m ade her plans. W rite sentences, as

(See Suggested Answers Section)

n th e exam ple.



g



stay in th e

Bayview H otel



4





\



su n ba th e o n '\

b e a u tifu l

beaches



ry exotic

drinks



visit open

m arkets

learn flam enco

dancing

1



Denise is going to stay a t the Bayview Hotel.



Fill in th e correct fo rm (be going to or w ill) o f th e verbs in

brackets.



1



1

2



A: It's very h o t in here, isn 't it?

B: Just a m in u te . I'II turn o ff (tu rn o ff) th e heating.

A: W e h a ve n 't g o t any flour.

B: I'll g o (go) and g e t some.



3 A : W h a t are Sue's plans fo r th e sum m er?

B: She is g o in g to travel (travel) abroad.



g



Choose th e correct form .

1

2

3



4



4



A: W o u ld you like me to cook so m e th in g fo r you?

B: No th a n ks! W e are g o in g to have (have) d in n e r w ith

o u r parents.



5



A: Have you do ne th e sh o pp in g yet?

B: No, b u t I'm g o in g to do (do) it a fte r w o rk .



6



A: W h y are you buying all those vegetables?

B: Because I'm g o in g to m ake (m ake) vegetable soup.



7



A: W ill you help (you /h elp) me w ith th e sh o pp in g

to m o rro w ?

B: O f course.



8



8



A: Look a t th ose b e a u tifu l apples.

B: They're really fresh! I th in k I'll buy (buy) som e and

m ake an apple pie.



9



9

10



A: W h y are you ta k in g so m uch m oney w ith you?

B: I'm g o in g to pay (pay) th e bills.

A: I'd like to buy th a t dress, b u t I c a n 't a ffo rd it.

B: I'll lend (lend) you som e money.



5



6



7



10



Sit d o w n . I w ill/'m going to

g e t you so m e th in g to drink.

The clouds are black. It is

going to /w ill rain.

W e are going to /w ill have

d in n e r a t 7. Do you w a n t to

com e over?

Sarah w ill/is going to travel

to Spain next summ er.

I th in k I'm going to /w ill

have th e fru it salad fo r

dessert.

Nancy has go ne sh o pp in g ;

she w ill/is going to be back

in an hour.

Do you th in k A n d y is going

to /w ill pass his exams?

I'm sorry I sh o ute d a t you.

I'm n o t going to /w o n 't do

it again.

T hat looks heavy. I'm going

t o / w ill help you.

In th e year 2100, people are

going to /w ill use flying cars.



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