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Match the names in the box with the pictures. Then write the names below the pictures.

David Riley Natalie Forbes Kevin Dutcher

A_______________ B________________ C________________

5 Watch the video section twice. Then look at the pictures and complete the chart.

Ali Nasir C Egypt Egyptian
Clare Davis England
John Harris British
Krystyna Nowak      
Sumiko Ito      
Carlos Da Silva      
Pietro Rossi      

Work in pairs and complete the form. Ask each other questions.

  YOU YOUR PARTNER   Surname _____________________ _______________________ First name____________________ _______________________ Nationality ____________________ _______________________  

Look at the stamps in the pictures. Complete the table. Then watch the cartoon and check.

STAMP 1 Country United Kingdom Nationality British   STAMP 2 Country ___________ Nationality ___________   STAMP 3 Country ________ Nationality ________   STAMP 4 Country ________ Nationality ________  


Look at the pictures. Watch the video section «In a hotel 2» and decide in which of the pictures the people use these words. Write A-D next to the word in the table below.


Watch section «In the hotel 2» again and complete the conversation.

Receptionist:(to Ali) Mr. Harris?


R: (to John) Mr. Harris?


R: Telephone, sir.

John: Excuse me, where is the telephone, ________?

R: (pointing) There.

John: Thank you.

(to Ali) ___________________________

Work in pairs. Dramatize the conversation.

Student A: You are the receptionist. Answer all B’s questions. Be polite and obliging.


Student B: You are a hotel guest in Britain. Ask where things are (ask about the location of a bank, a restaurant, a toilet, a telephone and a bar).

Watch the cartoon. Each time the tape is paused, think and write the words the speakers might say next. Then imitate the conversation with your partner.

04:16 _______________________________________________




Watch the video section «In the Hotel shop» and correct those sentences in the script which are wrong.

Clare: I’d like this, please.

How much is it?

Assistant: Four ponds.

Clare:One, two, three, four.

Assistant:Thank you.


John: I’d like this, please.

Assistant: Nine pounds, please.


Krystyna: I’d like this, please. How much is it?

Assistant: Six pounds.

Dramatize the conversation within 20 seconds.

Student B:You are the shop assistant.


Student A:You are a customer. ‘Buy’ things you can see in the classroom.

Do you know? Many English words come from other languages:   shampoo: Hindi restaurant: French egg: Scandinavian encyclopedia: Greek genius: Latin tea: Malay pyjamas: Persian kindergarten:German

Watch the video fragment again and complete these signs.

Watch the video section, then decide who says: «Yes» (Y), «Please» (P), «Thank you/ Thanks» (Th). Tick the boxes below the pictures.

Look at the international words in activity 1. Write down those words which are the same in English and in Russian.

Suggest other words which are the same in English and in your language and write them down.

Think and say what names for other countries you would like to know in English. Write them down as shown below.


Country:Nationality: .


Put the sentences in the right order to make a conversation. Mark the number of the sentence in the table below. Read the conversation with your partner. Then listen and check.

I’m George. Where are you from, Marie?  
I’m from Paris. And you?  
I’m from Athens.  
Hello. What’s your name?  
Hello, my name’s Marie. What’s your name?  

Choose the correct reply. Listen and check your answers, then act out the dialogues in pairs.

1A:Hello, John! B: a Fine, thanks. b Hi!

2A: How are you? B: a That’s okay. b Fine, thanks.

3 A: Goodbye! B: a See you later! b Sleep well!

4 A: Here you are. B: a Good. bThanks very much.

5A: Oh, I’m sorry! B: a That’s okay. b Thank you.

6 A: Goodnight! B: a How are you? b Sleep well!


Read the text «Meeting and Greeting Customs».


There are many different greeting customs around the world. Here are some.



People usually shake hands when they meet for the first time. When two women first meet, they sometimes give one kiss on the cheek. (They actually «kiss the air») Women also greet both male and female friends with a kiss. Chilean men give their friends warm abrazos (hugs) or sometimes kiss women on the cheek.



Finns greet each other with a firm handshake. Hugs and kisses are only for close friends and family.


The Philippines

The everyday greeting for friends is a handshake for both men and women. Men sometimes pat each other on the back.


Men bow slightly and shake hands to greet each other. Women do not usually shake hands. To address someone with his or her full name, the family name comes first, then the first name.


The United States

People shake hands when they are first introduced. Friends and family members often hug or kiss on the cheek when they see each other. In these situations, men often kiss women but not other men.


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