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Underline the correct variant of the verb form. Then watch Part 1 again and check your answers.
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ROBERTHey! It’s one o’clock! Lunch time.
GREGGreat. I’m hungry. Come on, everybody.
JULIAAre you OK, Greg? Have/ has you got what you want?
GREGYes. Thanks, Julia, it’s great.
JULIAWell, as you see, we have/ has lunch at one o’clock, for about an hour. Then, at two o’clock, we go/goes back to work.
GREGWhat time do/ does we finish?
JULIAWe finish/ finishes work at half past five.
GREGHalf past five. Right. Good. Thanks.
MAIVEWhat do/ does you do in the evenings, Greg?
GREGWell, I watch/ watches TV, I go/ goes to clubs - I love/ loves clubbing. I go to the cinema. Oh, and I go running to keep fit.
MAIVE Do you? Robert go/ goes running. He love/ loves it. He goes running every morning, don’t/ doesn’t you, Robert?
GREGWow! That’s cool.
JULIA Well, I don’t/ doesn’t go running.
Look at photos and choose the best answer.
1 Greg is
2 Greg says ‘That’s cool’. So
A he’s impressed by Robert.
B he thinks Robert is cold.
Ais surprised Greg likes the Spice Girls.
Blikes the Spice Girls too.
Work in pairs. Ask your partner what he/she does every day and what he/ she likes doing. Then give a report in the class.
Decide where these sentences go in the dialogue below. Write them down in the spaces provided.
a My brothers are 15 and 16.
b This is my husband. His name’s Mark.
c Yes, it’s great!
d Yes, she really loves it!
e Yes, I’ve got two brothers and a sister.
f We like playing football!
JACK Well, that’s it. It’s half past five. I think it’s time to go.
MAIVE Great. Come on, Robert. It’s half past five.
GREGWell, see you tomorrow, Julia.
GREGIs that your family?
JULIA Yes. (1)______________________________ This is my son. His name’s Peter, and this is my daughter, Becky. What about you, Greg? Do you have any brothers or sisters?
GREG (2) ______________________________ . My sister’s name’s Anne. She’s 14. (3)______________________________ They’re called Brian and Robin. Brian’s 15, Robin’s 16.
JULIA Lovely. Do you like having a big family?
GREG (4) ___________________________ We do a lot of things together. We have a good time! (5)_______________________________________
JULIAAll of you? Does your sister like playing football?
GREG Anne? (6)_______________________________________ She’s a fantastic footballer.
JULIA That’s great. But look, it’s time to go home. Off you go. See you tomorrow.
GREG Right. Thanks, Julia, Bye.
12 Watch part 2 and match the people in the photo and the names. Complete the table below.
Match the names and the ages
Work in pairs. Say who the people are in activities 14 and 15.
Mark is Julia’s husband.
Anne is Greg’s sister.
Look at the photo and decide how many families are represented on it.
16 Watch Part 3 and tick the names of the people you see speaking.
Work in pair. Decide if the sentence is True (T) of False (F). Correct the false sentences.
1 Christine is Eleanor’s mother. __________
2 Jim is Spencer’s father. _______________
3 Lara is Anna’s sister. _________________
4 Jack is Clive’s son. ___________________
5 Jessica is Christine’s daughter. _________
6 Jordan is Jack’s brother. _______________
Say what the relationship is between these people.
1 Jane and Clive Jane is Clive’s wife.
2 Christine and Clive
3 Jane and Jordan
4 Clive and Jessica
5 Christine and Jordan
6 Anne and Christine
Answer the questions.
What time does:
1 .... Christine get up?
2 ... Jim start work?
3 .. .Eleanor start school?
4 ... Jane get up?
5 .. Clive go to work?
6 ... Matthew go to bed?
20 Work in pairs. Who tells us when they:
1 … go to bed?
2 … come home?
3 … go shopping?
4 … give the children a bath?
5 … have break time?
6 … take the children to school?
If you remember the times, write them down.
21 Work in groups of three or four. Prepare a classroom survey. Find out:
- when people get up
- when they have breakfast
- when they go to work/school
- when they have lunch
- when they come home from work/school
- when they have dinner
- what they do in the evening
- what they like doing
- when they go to bed
Write questions you’re going to ask.
Think of two more things to ask people about.
Work with your group. What are the most common times and activities among the people who answered your survey?
Prepare a chart showing the results of your survey.
As for me
At half past three
Date of birth
Hundred and twelve
Leave the house
Place of birth
Seven hundred and thirty-one
Sing in the bathroom
The United States of America
To lie in bed
To be determined
To buy nice clothes
To cook dinner
To deliver letters
To do the housework
To do the washing up
To do work
To earn money
To get dressed
To get home
To get job experience
To get the bus/train to work/ school
To get up
To go out
To go shopping
To go to a club
To go to a concert
To go to a party
To go to bed
To go to the cinema
To go to work/school
To have a computer
To have a cup of coffee
To have a glass of wine
To have a shower
To have breakfast
To have dinner out
To have lunch
To kiss on the cheek
To pay for a car
To play football
To play tennis
To read a newspaper
To start work
To stay at a hotel
To talk to people
To telephone a friend
To wake up
Video club card
Watch TV a lot
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