ТОП 10:

Skills round up units 1 to 8, exercises 1 and 2



Narrator It’s Monday morning. Dave and Márton are both working at the hotel.

Márton Hi, Dave. How was your weekend?

Dave It was OK. I worked on Saturday.

Márton How about Sunday?

Dave I stayed at home. I phoned some friends, cleaned my flat … nothing exciting. How about you?

Márton Well, on Saturday evening, I went to the theatre.

Dave Really? What did you see?

Márton I saw Romeo and Juliet.

Dave Oh, right. That’s Shakespeare, isn’t it?

Márton Yes, it is.

Dave Who did you go with?

Márton My housemate, Anna. She had two free tickets.

Dave Really? How did she get those?

Márton She works for a magazine. They wrote an article about Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre and the theatre gave them some free tickets.

Dave That’s good. So Anna invited you.

Márton Yes, that’s right. Anyway, I really enjoyed the play. And after the play, we went for a pizza – and I saw your friend there, in the restaurant.

Dave Which friend?

Márton Your Italian friend – Francesca!

Dave That’s amazing! Did you speak to her?

Márton Not really. We just said hello.

Dave Actually, she’s coming to the hotel today. I’m meeting her for lunch. Why don’t you join us?

Márton Thanks! If you don’t mind …

Dave Of course not. Anyway, what did you do on Sunday?

Márton I went shopping.

Dave Did you buy anything?

Márton Only a shirt – a white shirt, for work.

Dave Did you do anything on Sunday evening?

Márton Not really, Anna and I watched a DVD. It was a romantic comedy – I can’t remember the title. Then I sent a few e-mails to friends in Hungary. I didn’t go to bed until … [FADE]

Narrator It’s lunchtime. Dave and Márton are in the hotel restaurant.

Dave Could I have a large Coke, please?

Waitress Of course. And for you?

Márton I’ll just have a glass of water, please,

Waitress Still or sparkling?

Márton Still.

Waitress Sure. Anything to eat?

Dave Actually, we’re waiting for a friend.

 

Vocabulary builder 8, exercise 2

Listen, repeat and check your answers.

 

1 fish and seafood

salmon sardines lobster

 

2 meat and poultry

beef chicken lamb

 

3 dairy products

cream cheese

 

4 vegetables

carrots cabbage onions peas potatoes

 

5 fruit

lemons oranges pears

 

Unit 9A Exercise 2

1 scooter

2 lorry

3 ship

4 underground

5 coach

6 van

7 tram

8 helicopter

 

Not illustrated

bicycle (bike), boat, car, bus, motorbike, plane, taxi, train

 

Unit 9A Exercises 4 and 5

Danny

Interviewer How far do you live from the school?

Boy About one kilometre.

Interviewer And how do you get to school?

Boy I usually walk to school.

Interviewer How long does it take?

Boy About 15 minutes.

 

Charlotte

Interviewer How far do you live from the school?

Girl I live in a village, about six kilometres away.

Interviewer How do you get to school?

Girl My dad gives me a lift in the morning. He works near the school. But he finishes work late so I go home by bus.

Interviewer And how long does it take?

Girl About 20 or 25 minutes.

 

Craig

Interviewer How far do you live from the school?

Boy I live just round the corner – about 200 metres.

Interviewer So do you go on foot?

Boy Yes, usually. Or sometimes I go by bike.

Interviewer How long does it take?

Boy Just two or three minutes.

 

Ann

Interviewer How far do you live from the school?

Girl I’m not sure – about two or three kilometres, I think.

Interviewer And how do you get to school?

Girl I take the tram. It stops right outside our block of flats.

Interviewer How long does it take?

Girl About twenty minutes.

 

Joe

Interviewer How far do you live from the school?

Boy About four kilometres.

Interviewer How do you get to school?

Boy I go by underground.

Interviewer How long does it take?

Boy It takes five minutes to walk to the station, ten minutes on the train, and another five minutes from the station to the school.

 

Unit 9B Exercise 2







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