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Access 4 Students Book

Access 4 is a four-level English course designed exclusively for


students studying English at Intermediate Level. The course
follows the principles of the Council of Europe
Common Framework of Reference
Level B1+.

Virginia Evans - Jenny Dooley


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Contents
Modules Grammar Vocabulary
Present simple Sports
pp. 4-8 Question words Household chores
Prepositions of place/time
Pronouns possessive case
Countable/Uncountable
nouns/Plurals
A/An The
Present simple/continuous Body language
Infinitive/-ing form Character adjectives
pp. 9-17 Phrasal verbs: come Forming adjectives from
nouns/verbs
Self Check 1 p. 18

Past simple/continuous Inventions


Subject/Object questions Jobs
pp. 19-27 Used to/Would Forming concrete nouns from
Phrasal verbs: turn verbs/nouns
Self Check 2 p. 28

Present perfect Places to eat/food drink


Present perfect vs past simple Shops
pp. 29-37 Present perfect continuous Food preparation verbs
What (a/an) How Forming verbs from adjectives
Self Check 3 p. 38 Phrasal verbs: go (-en)

Comparative/Superlative Physical appearance


So such clauses of Clothes & fashion
pp. 39-47 result/Too enough Forming opposite adjectives
Phrasal verbs: put (un-, in-)
Self Check 4 p. 48

Past perfect/past perfect Types of animals


continuous Senses
pp. 49-57 Some/any/every/no + Animal sounds
compounds Forming nouns from verbs
Self Check 5 p. 58 Phrasal verbs: take (-ion, -ment, -ation)

Will going to present Global issues


continuous (future meaning) Forming verbs from
pp. 59-67 future continuous future adjectives/nouns
perfect/Will
Self Check 6 p. 68 Conditionals Types 1-3/Wishes
Phrasal verbs: run
May might must have to Robots
pp. 69-77 can/could/be able to Nanotechnology
Phrasal verbs: make High-tech crime
Self Check 7 p. 78 Forming verbs from nouns (-ise)
the passive Art
the causative Paintings
pp. 79-87 may/might, must, cant Sculpture
-ed/-ing participles Pottery
Self Check 8 p. 88 Phrasal verbs: get Entertainment
Forming opposite adjectives
(il-, im-, ir-)
Reported speech Adjectives
pp. 89-97 Reporting verbs Historical events
Phrasal verbs: break Disasters
Self Check 9 p. 98 Forming nouns from adjectives
Relative clauses (defining/ Holiday activities
non-defining) Festivals
pp. 99-107 Clauses of consession/time/ Prefixes
condition/purpose
Self Check 10 p. 108 Phrasal verbs: throw
Songsheets (pp. 109-111) Optional Reading Practice (pp. 116-124) Grammar Reference (pp. 132-146)
Optional Listening Practice (pp. 112-115) Optional Vocabulary Practice (pp. 125-131) Word Formation (p. 147)
Reading & Listening Speaking & Functions Writing Culture/Curricular
Davids neighbourhood & talking about sports top tourist destinations &
lifestyle describing your bedroom attractions
matching people to their
pets

Body talk Giving personal Informal style Social Etiquette in the


Breaking the ice information A short message UK (Culture)
Short messages Expressing feelings A short article about Dealing with Conflict
Dealing with arguments social etiquette in your (PSHE)
country
A poem
Animals in the air Talking about jobs Using time words in English Banknotes
Mistakes that Worked Echo questions intonation narrations (Culture)
An Unusual Gallery A story The Master Thief of the
A paragraph about Unknown World
banknotes in your country (History)

Obento a tasty tradition Expressing preferences/ Using adjectives in Traditional UK dishes


Buy Nothing Day admiration descriptions (Culture)
Tonys Steak House commenting on a friends A restaurant review Food Allergies (PSHE)
clothes/accessories A leaflet about dishes in
intonation in questions your country

Do you feel at home in Asking for/Giving advice A letter of advice Traditional Costumes of
your body? Pronunciation: weak A paragraph about the British Isles
Eco-clothes vowels traditional costumes in (Culture)
your country Caught up with the
label (PSHE)

Steve Irwin The Describing animals A story Everyone loves Marine-


Crocodile Hunter Describe past experiences Setting the scene Land (Culture)
Amazing senses Expressing surprise A short article about a Animals in disguise
Dangerous Encounters theme park in your (Science)
country

The Ever-Shrinking Planet Expressing interest An essay making World Fest (Culture)
Snapshots Intonation in question tags suggestions Rainforests (Geography)
What can we do to reduce A paragraph about a
traffic in our city? festival in your country

Robots over Humans? Talking about crime A for-and-against essay Sleep over with
Small Wonders Expressing concern A text about a science Dinosaurs (Culture)
Should we download Intonation: word stress museum in your country Using a Computer
music or not? Network (ICT)
Waste or not? Describing Art A quiz about artists Andy Warhol (Culture)
Can you believe your Pronunciation: /j/, // An article describing a Movies go Digital (Art &
eyes? painting Design)
My favourite painting A biography about a
famous artist in your
country

Lost in Time Expressing opinions An article describing a Precious Earth


The Great Fire of London Homophones person (Culture)
Free in the Skies Using quotations in Our Solar System
articles (Science)
World Mysteries Describing holiday A diary entry Meridian Energy
Holidays with a purpose problems A semi-formal thank you Summer City (Culture)
Thank you Expressing sympathy letter The Northern Lights
A short article about a (Science)
festival
Word List (pp. 148-156) American English-British English (p. 158) Irregular Verbs
Pronunciation (p. 157) Self Check Answer Key (pp. 159-160)
Communication
Whats in this module?
gestures 1 yawn
body language 2 smile
how to socialise in the UK
how to avoid conflict
present simple/present
continuous
-ing form to-infinitive
short messages
4 clench your fist
Which of the pictures can you
find in Module 1?

Find the page numbers for 3 blush


a poem
notes
cartoons
6 hug

Vocabulary
Body language
5 bite your nails 8 scratch your head
Listen and repeat.
What are these phrases in
your language? 7 raise eyebrow(s)

How do you think the people in pictures 1-10 feel? Choose from the list.
Make sentences, as in the example. 9 frown
nervous angry surprised impatient bored unsure worried
confused pleased tired offended embarrassed shy happy

The girl in picture 1 is yawning. She seems to be tired./I think she is tired.

10 shake hands

9
Reading & Listening

1 Do gestures suggest the same feelings all around


the world?
Listen and read to find out. Label the
pictures with phrases from the text.

Are you going on holiday abroad this year? Are you You are in Thailand. Youre sitting on a bus with the
thinking about learning a few phrases to get by? soles of your shoes showing. Whoops! Be careful.
Well, you should learn a little about gestures too, This is insulting.
because what you say with your head and hands at Youre invited to a family meal in Greece. Youre deep
home can mean something completely different in in conversation with your friend and you nod your
another country. Imagine this: head to show you agree, as all English people do.
However, he looks confused and a little surprised.
Youre hugging your friend in the street in Tokyo
Thats because in Greece people nod their head to
when you see a Japanese person smiling and
say no while the English shake their head to say
you smile back. Did you know that the Japanese
exactly the same thing!
may smile when they are angry or confused and
The world of gestures can be
that kissing or hugging in public is unacceptable
very confusing. A harmless
in Japan?
gesture in one country
You are in China and your friend is introducing you
can be a terrible insult in
to her father. He stands opposite you, holding his
another. So when you
right hand in a fist against his left palm and
are abroad, be very
nodding slightly. You feel nervous. Have you done
aware of what you are
something wrong? A clenched fist almost always
saying with your body!
suggests anger. Well, in China this gesture is a
polite way to greet someone.

2 a) Read again and complete the sentences. b) Explain the underlined


words. Then make sentences
1 A Japanese person can be insulted if ....................... . using them.
2 To greet someone in China, .................................. . c) Demonstrate gestures from
3 If a Thai sees the soles of your shoes showing, hell be ...... . your country. Explain what
4 If a Greek nods his head, he ................................. . they mean.
5 While travelling abroad we should be careful how ........... .
10
6
see
Use the notes to act
Grammar p. 133 out short exchanges.
Present simple present continuous

3 Study the table. Find examples in the text on p. 10. bus leaves 5:00
meet at station
4:30
concert starts
9:30
We use the present simple leave house 8:00
for habits/routines. He walks to work.
for timetables. The train arrives at 7:00 pm.
We use the present continuous film starts 8:00 ballet lesson
for actions happening now or around the time of speaking. They
meet outside cinema finishes 6:00
are watching TV now. 7:45 pick you up 6:15
for fixed future arrangements. Were having a party this Sunday.
for annoying actions. Hes always biting his nails. A: What time does the bus leave?
Some verbs do not have continuous tenses because they describe a B: It leaves at 5:00, so were
state not an action (like, hate, believe, etc). He likes tennis. Some meeting at the station at 4:30.
verbs can have continuous tenses but with a difference in meaning. I
think hes lying. (= believe) Im thinking of going out.(= considering)
7 Work in pairs. Tell your
partner: one thing that is

4 Put the verbs in brackets into the present simple or


the present continuous.
happening now, one thing you
usually do, one thing you are
doing tomorrow, one thing that
The postman 1) ................ (come) every day at 8 am
annoys you, a fact about you.
and 2) ................ (deliver) the post. Normally, you
3) ................ (not pay) much attention. Today, Prepositions
though, your palms 4) .............. (sweat), your heart 5) ................ (race) and
you have butterflies in your stomach. Today you 6) ................ (wait) for
your exam results. When we 7) ................ (be) in a stressful situation our
bodies react. Even if we 8) ................ (try) to hide our feelings on the
8 Choose the correct
preposition. Check in the Word
List. Complete the sentences
inside, our bodies show them on the outside. The same is true for happy, about people you know.
sad or frustrating situations. Lets say you open your results and they are
fantastic. Now, you 9) ................ (smile), your eyes are wide open and your 1 ................... is very popular
cheeks are red. You are happy because you know you 10) ................ (go) to to/with his/her ................ .
college in September and your body cant hide it. 2 ................ is jealous of/with
other peoples .................. .

5 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.


Compare with a partner.
3 ........ is very fond at/of ........ .
4 ........... is good for/at ......... .
1 A: When ................................. (Tim and Lyn/come) 5 ........ is patient of/with ........ .
back from their holiday?
B: School ......... (start) on the 15th, so a week before that.
2 A: What time ............................... (he/finish) work?
B: He ........................... (leave) at 7:00 but today he
........................... (work) overtime.
9 ICT What does your
body say in different cultures?
Collect information, then
3 A: ............................ (you/drive)?
present it to the class.
B: I ......... (learn). I .......... (take) lessons at the moment.
4 A: Oh no! I ................... (not/know) where my keys are. Visit the website:
B: Not again. You ....................... (always/lose) them.
http://changingminds.org
5 A: Sue ................ (look) for a new flat at the moment.
Click on: Body Language
B: Yes, she ......................... (see) one this afternoon.
Workbook 1a 11
Reading &
Listening
2 Read and listen to the text
and mark the sentences (1-6),
T (true) or F (false). Correct

1 What does the title


of the text mean?
the false sentences. Explain
the words in bold.
How would you start
a conversation with 1 Breaking the ice means saying
someone you dont or doing something to start
know? Read and check. feeling relaxed with a new
person. .....
2 People feel uncomfortable
when meeting someone
new because they cannot
predict their reactions. .....
3 When you meet someone
Its that time of year again and youre back at school. The new girl in for the first time, its
your class seems very interesting and you would like to get to know her better to look serious. .....
better. Unfortunately, what usually happens whenever the opportunity
4 Confident people have
to talk to someone comes up, is that you cant think of anything to say.
Your palms sweat, you blush, and you look away. positive feelings. .....
Whether you are starting a new school, going to a party where you dont 5 When you start a
know anyone or want to approach a person you fancy, you often need conversation, talk a lot
to break the ice in order to start a friendly conversation. Breaking the ice about yourself. .....
means saying or doing something to stop feeling shy or uncomfortable
around someone you dont know very well. The reason you feel this way
6 If you feel uncomfortable
is that you dont know how the other person will react. Dont let it get meeting new people,
you down, though. you should avoid it. .....
You shouldnt worry. Almost everyone feels uncomfortable when they
meet someone for the first time. If you feel this way, the following tips
can help you out.
Reading effectively
Smile: When you smile, people think you are friendly and easy to
talk to. They are also very likely to smile back and help you feel more The authors purpose is the
comfortable about starting a conversation. reason for writing the text. This
Be positive: Everybody likes being around happy people. Try to could be to entertain, persuade,
always look on the bright side of life and to see something positive even inform, advise, narrate or
in negative situations. People will enjoy your positive energy and benefit describe. Recognising the authors
from it. Also, be confident. If you like yourself, others will probably like purpose will help you understand
you too. the content of the text better.
Be a good listener: Develop listening skills. Dont take over the

3
conversation and dont just talk about yourself. Ask other people
questions about themselves too. This way theyll know youre
What is the
interested in them. authors purpose?
Be sociable: Dont avoid being around new people just because you
feel uncomfortable. If you face a situation again and again, youll get used
to it. Its not easy, but its worth it. After all, the other person may want to
talk to you as well but may be too shy to break the ice!
4 Think of some tips
which can help you socialise.
Tell your partner.
12
Vocabulary b) Check these words in the Word List.
Character adjectives Form adjectives. Use them in sentences.

5 Check the words below in the Word List. imagine talent cheer
Use them to complete the gaps. responsibility friend courage
interest ambition mystery
sociable selfish shy sensitive
stubborn honest optimistic My sister is imaginative. She can always tell a
reliable patient good story.
see
1 Tonys ........................ . He always looks Grammar p. 134

on the bright side of life.


-ing form/to-infinitive
2 Freds ............................. . His feelings get
hurt very often.
3 Claires ........................ . She doesnt get 8 Read the rules and the examples. Find
examples in the text on p. 12.
angry or upset in annoying situations. We use -ing form
4 Anns .................. . She always does what as the subject of a sentence. Starting a
she says she will do. conversation is not easy.
5 Sues ....................... . She is unwilling to after like, love, enjoy, dont mind, dislike, hate.
change her mind about things. He likes meeting new people.
after avoid, appreciate, consider, continue, deny,
6 Toms ......................... . He doesnt care
fancy, go (+ activities), imagine, miss, save,
about other peoples feelings.
suggest, practise, prevent, spend/waste (time/
7 Bills .......................... . He doesnt feel money) on ... . Do you fancy playing tennis?
comfortable meeting new people. after prepositions. How about eating out?
8 Marys ........... . She always tells the truth. We use to -infinitive
9 Jims .............. . He likes meeting people. to express purpose. He went out to buy a magazine.
after would like, would prefer, would love. Id
Listening like to eat out tonight.
after too/enough. Its too difficult to talk to her.

6 Listen to three people talking about


themselves. What is each person like?
after ask, decide, explain, want, hope, expect,

6 Match
promise, theetc.
refuse
opposites.
adjectives
Listen
He wantstototheir
and check
travel abroad.
Match the people to the adjectives in BUT make, let, modals use the infinitive
Ex. 5 that best describe each. without to. He cant see you now.

1 Ann 2 Sue 3 Billy

Word formation 9 Write sentences about you and your friends.

get to know (sb) better


7 a) Read the table. Find examples in Ex. 5. like
hate go to parties
would love meet new people
Forming adjectives
noun + -ful (use useful), -al (magic magical), not mind start a conversation
-ic (optimism optimistic), -ish (child childish), - take up a hobby
hope
less (help helpless), -ly (friend friendly), -ous be around happy people
too shy
(fury furious), -able (comfort comfortable) make a phone call
verb + -able (rely reliable), -ed (bore want
be around new people
bored), -ing (bore boring), -ible (sense
talk about (myself)
sensible), -ive (act active)
I like going to parties.
Workbook 1b 13
Dear Tony,
A
Happy Birthday! I hope you have a
t
Writing wonderful day and that youll have a grea
time at your party. Im very sad that I
Short messages
wont be there to celebrate with you on
this special day. I hope you like the
1 Read the short messages
A and B. Which of these
present that I sent you. Enjoy yourself!
situations does each refer to? Yours,
Amber
1 Someone has had a baby.
2 Someone wants to show that they Hi Neil,
are grateful. B
Hope you are well. I thought Id just drop you a line to
3 Someone is getting married. thank you for everything you did to make my stay in
4 Its someones birthday. London a memorable one. You were an absolutely
5 Someone is sorry about something. wonderful host and I enjoyed every minute of my
holiday. Special thanks for taking the time to
6 Someone is going on holiday. show me around. You were great!
7 Someone is in hospital. Remember, youre always welcome to
8 Someone is leaving school. come and visit me.
Thanks a million,

2 Read the theory box. Find


examples in the messages.
Greg

Informal style
4 Complete the sentences with the words in the
list. Which sentences would you find in a short
short opening and closing remarks message to someone who: is moving to another place?
(Hi Sue, Love, Ann) had an accident? got his/her degree? is celebrating
abbreviations (Im) his/her birthday? has a family problem?
colloquialisms, phrasal verbs, idioms
and everyday language (Whats up?) thoughts proud luck day recovery
the imperative (Do come)
1 Im so sorry. Please know you are in my ..................... .
informal linkers (and, so)
2 Get well soon! Wishing you a speedy ....................... .
omission of subject pronouns (Hope
to see you soon instead of I hope to 3 Congratulations on your success. Were all ............. of you.
see you soon.) 4 Goodbye and good ....................... . The school wont
be the same without you.
Phrasal verbs (come) 5 Have a great ....................... full of surprises and fun.

3 Choose the correct particle.


Check in the Word List.
Writing (a short message)
1 Come by/up any time for tea.
2 Can you come down/up with an
answer to this problem?
5 Portfolio: A friend of yours has won a scholarship to
study at a summer school. Write a short message to
congratulate your friend. Use messages A & B as models
3 His new book is coming up/out
(30-40 words).
next May.
14 WorkbooK 1c
Socialising in the UK

1 Read the title of the text and the headings under the pictures. What do you think people in the
UK do in these situations? Listen and read to find out. Its terrible
weather, isnt it?

The British are famous for their language, sense of humour and, of course,
politeness. So, when you are in the UK, make sure you respect social etiquette
Making small talk
in the following situations:
British people are quite reserved when people about their age, religion, politics,
greeting one another. A handshake is the marital status, weight or how much they
most common form of greeting when you earn. Instead, acceptable small talk topics
meet someone for the first time. It is only are family, films, television, sport, studies,
when you greet close friends or relatives food, hobbies and of course, the weather!
that you would kiss them on the cheek or When you visit people at home, make
give them a hug. The British may also call sure you are on time. Its also nice to take
Greeting people
you by many different affectionate a gift for your hosts, such as a bunch of
names, such as dear, chuck, mate, gov, flowers or a box of chocolates. A British
son or love. Do not be offended, this is person might say come and see me
quite normal. soon or drop in any time. However, you
The British like their privacy, so not all must always phone before you visit
topics are safe for small talk. Avoid asking someone.

home
Visiting people at

2 Read the text and answer the


questions. 3 Explain the words/phrases in bold. Use some to complete
the sentences.

1 How do the British greet 1 You mustnt be rude to your teachers. You should ..........
someone for the first time? .................. them.
2 Lucy said goodnight to her parents, .............................
2 How do they greet friends and
and then went to bed.
relatives?
3 Being impolite to others is not ................... behaviour.
3 What is a good way to start a 4 Apart from the .........., he didnt know anyone at the party.
conversation with a British 5 She kissed her daughter .......... before she left for work.
person?
4 What should you do when you
visit a British person?
Project
5 What topics should you avoid
when you have a casual
conversation with British
4 Portfolio: Answer the questions in Ex. 2 again but this
time about your country. Use your answers to write a
short article for an international school magazine about
people? social etiquette in your country.
Workbook 1d 15
Giving personal information

1 Listen and repeat. Say the sentences in


your language.

Whats your name? Where are you from?


Is your sister single/married? Are you new here? Intonation

4
Have you got any brothers or sisters?
Read the box. Then listen and
How old are you?
choose the adjective that best
describes each speakers attitude.

2 Read the dialogue and mark the sentences (1-3) T


(true) or F (false). Listen and check. In pairs, read out
Is their intonation rising or falling?

the dialogue.
Expressing feelings
1 Mary is new to the neighbourhood. .... Your intonation is the way your voice rises
2 Mary has got a brother. .... and falls as you speak. Your intonation
3 Mary and Harry are both 16. .... shows your feelings, i.e. interest,
disbelief, sarcasm, enthusiasm etc.

Harry: Hello, my names Harry. Really? interest Really? disbelief


Mary: Hi! Im Mary. Mary Newton.
Harry: Nice to meet you. Are you new here?
1 Excuse me!
Mary: Yes. We moved in next door last Monday. a annoyed polite
Harry: Really? Welcome to the neighbourhood, then.
b annoyed polite
Mary: Thanks. Whats your name? I didnt catch it.
Harry: Im Harry.
Mary: Have you got any brothers or sisters? 2 Whats up?
Harry: One sister. And you? a friendly aggressive
Mary: Im an only child. b friendly aggressive
Harry: I see. How old are you?
Mary: I turn sixteen next May.
Harry: That makes us the same age. 3 Is this seat taken?
Mary: Great! Maybe well be in the same class together a suspicious polite
at school.
b suspicious polite
Harry: Yes, I hope so.
Mary: OK. See you later.
4 Who did it?
a annoyed polite

3 Portfolio: Work in pairs. Imagine you are at a


summer camp. Use questions from Ex. 1 to find out
b annoyed polite

about your partner. Record yourselves.


16 Workbook 1e
* Personal, Social & Health Education

1 Listen to and read the


poem. How is it related
Losing friends is about as easy as making
to the title of the text? friends if you dont know how to deal with
anger and conflict1. Conflict is part of
everyones life. It will show up at school, at work
and at home. Its OK to feel angry, frustrated,
annoyed, disappointed or sad. These feelings are natural,
but its how you deal with them that makes the
difference. Some people scream, shout, swear2, call people
names, try to get back at or even hit the person who has hurt them.
Good morning. Taut. Others do their best to keep away from disagreements but very few deal
Hmm. Slack. with conflict successfully.
Nice day. Open. Resolving conflict is a step by step process. Before you start discussing
Dim. Shut. the problem, cool off, count to 10, take a deep breath and imagine a relaxing
Sorry. And. place. Then, say whats really bothering you, but watch how you express
Glad. But.
yourself. Dont blame or accuse. Share how you feel by using I
Hadnt. Over.
Had. Under. statements. For example, dont say You are always bossing me
Go. Cloudless. around, but I feel frustrated because you dont pay attention to
Stay. Thunder. what I think.
Work. Detour. You want people to hear your opinion so make sure you practise what
Play. Highway. you preach3. Listen carefully to the other person and accept that he or she
Pro. New way. might see the problem in a different way. Be flexible and open-minded,
Con. Thruway. willing to apologise, forgive and move on.
Off. Byway?
On. MY WAY! 1 serious disagreement 2 use bad language 3 give strong advice
Front.
Back. Eve Merriam
(US poet)

4 Change the following you statements into


I feel + adjective statements. Use the following words:

2 Read and listen to the


text and answer the sad angry disappointed bad
questions.
1 You never want to hang out with me any more!
1 How can someone lose a friend? I feel bad because we dont hang out any more.
2 Where might you come into 2 You are always lying to me.
conflict with people? 3 You always get your own way!
3 How can people deal with 4 You never listen to me!
conflict? Name three ways.
4 What should you do before
beginning to resolve a conflict? 5 How do you deal with arguments? Whats the
best way to handle such situations? Discuss in pairs.

3 Match the words/phrases in


bold to their synonyms. finding 6 Project: Work in pairs. Find the opposites of
the words below and write a poem similar to the one in
a solution, appear, angry, Ex. 1. Read the poem aloud.
order around, discouraged,
Sad Bad Go Slow Dont Wont
hold responsible, willing to
Cold Old Night Light
change, course of action
Workbook 1f 17
1 Fill in: clenched, sociable, selfish, biting,
patient, reliable, stubborn, blushes, 41
Fill in: with, out, by, of, at, up with.

Shes good ................................ maths.


nervous, optimistic.
2 He came ......................... some new ideas.
1 He was so angry he ........... his fists tightly. 3 Dont be jealous ........................... Tom.
2 She likes making new friends. Shes very ... . 4 The novel came ...................... last April.
3 .............. people always look on the bright 5 Hes patient ....................... his students.
side of life. 6 Ann will come .......... after work to help us.
4 She doesnt get angry easily. Shes very .... .
5 He is very .......... . He wont let you down. ( Points: ___
6X3 18 )
6 Stop ................................... your nails.
7 A ........................... person doesnt care
about other peoples feelings.
5 Match the sentences to form exchanges.

a No, please sit


1 Thank you very
8 Jane is shy. She ............................ when down.
much.
strangers talk to her. b Thats very kind
2 Is this seat taken?
9 He always feels ............ before his exams. of you.
3 Im afraid I have to go.
10 Listen to me! Dont be so ..................... . c Dont mention it.
4 Make yourself at
( Points: ___
10X3 30 ) home.
d Indeed it is.
e Well, thank you

2 Put the verbs in brackets into the present 5 What a nice day! for coming.
simple or the present continuous.
Now I Can ... ( Points: ___
5X4 20 )
1 I ...................... (take) the dog for a walk ( My score: ___
100 )
every day after school. exchange personal information
talk and write about body language & feelings
2 Jade ........ (look) for a job at the moment.
talk and write about conflicts & disagreements
3 This cake ..................... (taste) delicious. write a poem based on opposites
4 The film ......................... (start) at 6:00. write a short message
5 George ....................... (cook) dinner now. write a short article about social etiquette in my
country
6 Ann .......... (not/like) going to the theatre.
understand the authors purpose
7 We ................ (have) a party this Sunday.
... in English
8 Fred .......................... (work) for us now.

( Points: ___
8X2 16 ) 6 Read the joke. What do you
expect the answer to be?

3 Put the verbs in brackets into the -ing


form or to-infinitive.

1 He wants ...................... (travel) abroad.


2 She is too shy ................... (talk) to people.
3 I like .............. (be) around happy people. What did you
get for your
4 Id like .................... (meet) your friends.
birthday?
5 Do you fancy ................. (go) out tonight?
6 He may .............................. (call) later.
7 They are thinking of .............. (move) house.
8 I dont mind ................. (stay) in tonight.
( Points: ___
8X2 16 ) Another year.

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Wskazwka Odbir tekstu suchanego


Okrelanie gwnej

1
myli tekstu suchanego
Usyszysz dwukrotnie krtk wypowied. Z podanych moliwoci odpo-
Przeczytaj tre zadania
wraz z moliwociami wiedzi wybierz jedn, zgodn z treci nagrania. Zakrel liter A, B lub C.
odpowiedzi, a nastpnie
podkrel w nich sowa
kluczowe. Po wysucha-
1 Frank is mainly talking about
niu nagrania zastanw A gestures.
si, jaka jest jego gwna
myl. Staraj si nie kon- B meeting new people.
centrowa na informacjach C saying goodbye to a relative.
szczegowych, lecz na
oglnym sensie wypo-
wiedzi.

Odbir tekstu czytanego

Wskazwka 2 Przeczytaj akapity 15, a nastpnie kademu z nich przyporzdkuj waciwy


nagwek AF. Wpisz odpowiednie litery w kratki. Jeden nagwek podany
Dobieranie nagwkw zosta dodatkowo i nie pasuje do adnego akapitu.
do akapitw
Zapoznaj si najpierw
z podanymi nagwkami.
We talk, we write, we draw, but we also communicate with our bodies. We
Nastpnie przeczytaj all use gestures, whether we want to or not, that communicate our feelings.
fragmenty tekstu i za-
stanw si, ktre na- 1
gwki najlepiej oddaj
ich oglny sens. Od- There are always signs that show we feel a little sleepy. We yawn and often
nalezienie w tekcie
synonimw nagwkw
there are dark areas under our eyes.
pomoe Ci rozwiza
zadanie. Na koniec 2
sprawd, czy wykluczony If we cant understand something we often scratch our head. Also, we look
nagwek rzeczywicie
nie pasuje do adnego up or down.
akapitu.
3
When we feel a little uncomfortable because of something we have done, we
often blush. Our cheeks go red and sometimes our whole face does too.
4
There are many ways to communicate this feeling. Some people clench their
fists while others frown.
5
When we have butterflies in our stomach, for example before an important
exam, we often bite our nails.

A Angry C Nervous E Tired


B Embarrassed D Surprised F Confused

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3 Przeczytaj teksty 13, a nastpnie zadecyduj, ktre zdania stanowi ich


waciwe podsumowanie. Z podanych moliwoci odpowiedzi wybierz Wskazwka
jedn zakrel liter A, B lub C. Wskazanie waciwego
podsumowania
W zadaniu tego typu
Hi John, naley wskaza najlepsze
A John is ill.
1 Just a quick note to wish you a speedy podsumowanie danego
B John will enter a race. komunikatu (np. okrela-
recovery. Hope to see you soon, jce intencj nadawcy
C It is Johns birthday. tekstu). Przeczytaj naj-
Ben pierw moliwoci odpo-
wiedzi AC w kadym
up, so I podpunkcie zadania
Bill, something came A Linda will go to a different party. i podkrel w nich sowa
8.
2 cant come to your party at kluczowe. Nastpnie
B Something happened and Linda cant zapoznaj si z treci
gh.
Ill come by later, thou go to the party. podanych tekstw i za-
znacz te fragmenty,
Linda C Linda will go to Bills party later in the ktre potwierdzaj po-
prawno rozwizania
evening. wybranego przez Ciebie.
John, do you fancy playin
g tennis? A Mary wants to know if John likes
Im thinking of going to
3 the sports playing tennis.
centre later. Give me a
call. B Mary wants to play tennis with John.
Mary
C Mary wants John to take her to the
sports centre.

Reagowanie jzykowe

4 Uzupenij e-mail, wpisujc w kad luk (13) wyraz z ramki w odpo-


wiedniej formie.
Wskazwka
Uzupenianie
luk wyrazami
w odpowiedniej formie
Przeczytaj najpierw
Hi Jane, pobienie cay tekst, aby
zadecydowa, ktrymi
Just to let you know about the travel arrangements for tomorrow. The train wyrazami naley uzupe-
1) ............. at 8:00 am so Ill meet you at the station at 7:30 am or so. I ni poszczeglne luki.
Nastpnie zapoznaj si
2) ............. songs on my MP3 player at the moment for the trip. I cant wait! z tekstem dokadniej i za-
Laura stanw si, w jakiej for-
mie dany wyraz powinien
by uyty.
put leave take

Hi Laura,
See you tomorrow at 7:30, then. By the way, I 3) ............. my camera
so you dont need to bring yours. Dont forget to set your alarm clock!
Jane