Exercise 2.4. Listen to the directions. Start from YOU ARE HERE on the map. Follow the directions. Where are you?

Go down King’s Road. Turn right at the Grand Hotel into Charles Street. It’s next to the cinema.

1. At the chemist.





Exercise 2.4.Work with a partner. Have similar conversations. Ask about…

- Excuse me! How do I get to…?

- Yes, go down…

a cinema

a post office

a newsagent

a supermarket

a theatre

an Italian restaurant


Exercise 2.5. Read about Richard. Complete the phrases with the following words:bridge, building, road, steps, taxi, airport, statue, stairs, park, and river.

2.6. a) Look at the picture. Which of these things can you see?

A journey scenery a track a tunnel ski resort heights

b) Choose the correct alternatives. Use the picture to help you.



As your train moves (1) under/out of the little railway station at St Moritz, get ready for a day to remember! The journey (2) to/from the ski resort of St Moritz (3) to/from the attractive town of Zermatt is only 290 kilometres, but on the way it passes (4) over/through some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe.

During its journey the train goes (5) into/through ninety-one tunnels and travels (6) over/past nearly 300 bridges. If you don’t like heights don’t look (7) up/ down when you travel (8) over/under the Oberalp Pas – the track is nearly two thousand metres high!

As you look (9) into/out of the train window you can see some of Switzerland’s most amazing mountains – the train goes (10) past/up mountains like the famous Jungfrau. And as your train comes (11) into/out of the station at Zermatt, if you look (12) down/up you will see the Matterhorn, Switzerland’s highest mountain.

c) Cover the text and use the picture to describe the train journey, using the correct prepositions.

d) Would you like to travel by this train? Why / Why not?

Grammar focus Have to – it is necessary to do this don’t have to - it isn’t necessary to do this can– it’s ok to do this can’t – it isn’t ok to do this


3. Look at all the signs on this page and check any words you don’t know. Which signs might you see:

In the street? In a park? At an airport?

In a hospital? In a museum?



Match the signs a-c with the meanings below.


You can ride a bicycle here, but you can’t drive your car. ____

You have to stop. ____
You don’t have to pay in the evening or on Sundays. ____

3.2.Match signs d-m to the sentences below. Complete the sentences withhave to, don’t have to, can or can’t.

1.Dogs___________go here.

2. You ___________play football here.

3. You____________take photos.

4. Adults and children over 5_____________pay, but children under 5_____pay.

5. You_________use this toilet.

6.You___________use Visa or Mastercard but you ______use American Express.

7. You___________show your passport.

8. You ____________use a mobile in here.

9. You___________walk on paths, but not the grass.

10. You_____________smoke in this area.

Follow these directions on the map and see where you end up. There is an example at the beginning (0).

Useful vocabulary

Direction End up Crossroad Tunnel Miss Traffic lights Fork Cul-de-sac Roundabout Immediately T-junction Turn left/right Turn at Turn into Take the first turning on the right/left Go down Go along Keep going Go straight ahead Past Cross the road/the street It is next to the It is near the It is opposite the It is on the left/right Get to

0 You are at station, which is shown by the letter A on the map. Leave the station and turn left. Turn left at the crossroads, go through the tunnel and take the first road on your right. It’s at the end of the road.


1 You are starting at the station. Can you see it on the map? It’s shown by the letter “A”. Leave the station and turn left. Take the first road on your right. It’s on the left. You can’t miss it.


2 From here, continue walking to the crossroads. At the crossroads, go straight across and continue walking. It’s on your left, on the corner.


3 Go back the way you came, and at the crossroads, turn left. Continue keep walking until you find the cul-de-sac. It’s at the end of the cul-de-sac.


4 Leave the cul-de-sac and turn left. Take the first road on your left and, at the second crossroads, turn right. Keep going until you find a roundabout. Turn left at the roundabout and then immediately right. Follow the road round to your left. It’s at the end of this road.


5Go back the way you came until you get to the roundabout, turn and keep walking until you find the second road on your left. Go down this road and take the second road on your right. It’s straight ahead, at the end of the road.


6 Go back the way you came until you get to the T-junction, turn right and then immediately left. Go through the tunnel and, at the second crossroads, turn right. Go straight ahead and take the first road on your left. At the end of this road, turn right. Keep going until you get to the next T-junction and turn left again. You’ll find it at the end of the second road on your left.




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