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JETSTREAM Pre-intermediate Workbook

Getting to know you

1

3, 5, 1, 4, 2, 6

 
 

Transcript 02

CARLOS

DENIS

CARLOS

DENIS

CARLOS

ELIF

Hi, I’m Carlos. I’m from Spain. Hello, Carlos. I’m Denis. And I’m from France. Good to meet you, Denis. Really nice to meet you too, Carlos. This is Elif. She’s from Turkey. Nice to meet you, Elif. Good to meet you too.

2

   

PLAY

DO

GO

 

rugby

judo

jogging

tennis

yoga

sailing

the piano

zumba

skiing

3

1

are

2 ‘m

3 do

4 ‘m

5 ‘m

6 have

7

play

8 do

9 go

10 play

11 go

12 do

 

13

play

 

Transcript 03

 

ELENA

GABRIELLA

ELENA

GABRIELLA

ELENA

GABRIELLA

ELENA

GABRIELLA

Where are you from Gabriella? I’m from Spain. What do you do? I’m a doctor. What about you? I’m unemployed at the moment. Do you have any hobbies? Yes, lots. I play the keyboard in a band. I do yoga. I go swimming and I play tennis. What about you? I go jogging and I do judo. I don’t play any musical instruments.

5

1 Where are you from?

 

2 What do you do?

3 Why do you need English? / What do you need English for?

4 Do you have any hobbies?

5 Do you do any sports?

6 How old are you?

7 Are you married?

6

2

‘s

3 doesn’t

4 isn’t

5 ‘s

6 doesn’t

7

works

8 ‘s

9 teaches

Unit 1

Lesson 1

1 make: mistakes, omelettes, noise, decisions, phone calls do: cooking, tests, yoga, sport, housework

2 do, do

1

2 making, making

3 making, do

4

doing, making

3 make: an email; do: a decision; look after:

the homework; send: a meeting; work on:

a

baby

4 am writing

1

2 Do you send

3 isn’t doing;

is

playing

4 Does she pay

5 are making

5 are (you) doing

1

2

‘m making

3

make

4

‘m looking after

5

‘s having

6

rings

6 Matt and Tim don’t like drawing. They love taking photos.

2

3

Gemma isn’t keen on singing. She’s hopeless at reading maps.

4

Harry hates solving problems. He enjoys making things.

Lesson 2

1

1 c

2 f

3 b

4 g

5 d

6 h

7 a

8 e

2

1 c

2 d

3 e

4 b

5 a

3

1 being on my own

 

2 talking to people

3 sings; listening to music

4 map reading; painting

4

The person is J K Rowling. She’s a writer / an author.

5

1 They are good at writing.

2 They enjoy giving talks.

3 They love reading.

4 They enjoy storytelling.

5 They are good at learning languages.

Lesson 3

1 memory

1

2 relax

3 Exercise

4

brain; stressed

5 tips

2 herself

2

3 myself

4 itself

5 themselves

6

himself

7 ourselves

8 yourselves

The hidden word is: reflexive

3 itself

1

2 myself

3 herself

4 themselves

5

himself

6 yourself / yourselves

 

yourself

4 2 Food

1

3 Water

4 stress

5 Play

6

test

5 b

1

2 c

3 a

4 a

5 b

6 c

7 b

Transcript 04

MIKE

KAREN

MIKE

KAREN

MIKE

KAREN

MIKE

What are you reading, Karen? I’m reading an article about someone with an amazing memory. Her name’s Louise Owen and she lives in New York. She’s thirty-seven years old and she’s a musician. She plays the violin. What’s so special about her memory then? Well, you can say a date, for example the 2 nd of January 1990 and she remembers everything about that day. She can remember every day of her life since her eleventh birthday. She doesn’t try to memorise things. She just remembers them. So she can remember what she had for breakfast on that day and things like that? Yes, everything. She can remember all her conversations. Scientists call it ‘Superior Autobiographical Memory’ because she remembers every detail of her life, Mike. She’s lucky. I’m hopeless at remembering things. I’d love to have a brilliant memory. It’s so useful.

life, Mike. She’s lucky. I’m hopeless at remembering things. I’d love to have a brilliant memory.
life, Mike. She’s lucky. I’m hopeless at remembering things. I’d love to have a brilliant memory.
life, Mike. She’s lucky. I’m hopeless at remembering things. I’d love to have a brilliant memory.
life, Mike. She’s lucky. I’m hopeless at remembering things. I’d love to have a brilliant memory.
life, Mike. She’s lucky. I’m hopeless at remembering things. I’d love to have a brilliant memory.
life, Mike. She’s lucky. I’m hopeless at remembering things. I’d love to have a brilliant memory.

Vocabulary plus / Everyday English

1

1

music

2 engineering

3 maths

4 biology

5

psychology

6 art

7 sports

8 geography

9

English

10 law

2

1

homework; advice

2 furniture; equipment

3

knowledge; stuff

4 news; information

3

1

a bit of

2 some

3 a lot of

4 any

4

1

down

2 up

3 up

4 down

5 up

6 up

7

up

8 down

5

answer, question, reply, sound, drink, call, dance, need, test

6

1

really 2 quite

3 incredibly

9

1

I think

2 really

3 Me too

4 amazing

5

I disagree

6 Me neither 7 awful

8 I agree

Transcript 05

KATHY

AMY

MATT

NICK

KATHY

AMY

I think it was an absolutely fantastic show. I really enjoyed it. Me too. The actors were all brilliant and the songs were amazing. I disagree with you. I thought the actors were terrible. None of them could sing. I didn’t enjoy it at all. Me neither. I hated the whole show. It was awful. How can you say that? It was wonderful. I agree. I loved it.

it at all. Me neither. I hated the whole show. It was awful. How can you
it at all. Me neither. I hated the whole show. It was awful. How can you
it at all. Me neither. I hated the whole show. It was awful. How can you
it at all. Me neither. I hated the whole show. It was awful. How can you
it at all. Me neither. I hated the whole show. It was awful. How can you

Unit 2

Lesson 1

1

1

start; finish

2 pass

3 start

4 get

5 move

6

buy

7 go

8 meet

4

2

Where did you go to university/college?

3

What did you study?

 

4

When did you finish university?

 

5

Where did you meet your husband?

6

When did you get married?

 

7

What did you do then?

8

When did you do a sponsored cycle ride?

9

How much money did you raise for charity?

5

1

left

2 went

3 finished

4 did

5 met

6

got

7 gave

8 lived

9 was

10 travelled

11

visited

12 went

13 raised

14 made

15

had

Lesson 2

1

1

c

2 b

3 h

4 a

5 e

6 i

7 d

8 f

9 g

2

1

hot-air balloon

2 camper van

3 cruise ship

4

rescue helicopter

5 mountain bike

 

3

1

were driving; got

 

2

was buying; stole

3

was roller-blading; broke

 

4

was swimming; attacked

5

was kayaking; lost

 

6

was crossing; missed

4

climbing

 

5

1 It took four years and three months.

 

2 He was running (in the Marathon des Sables).

3 He walked across India.

4 It was cold and it was snowing.

5 It took him a week.

Lesson 3

1

a

6 mask

b 7 storm

c 2 wave

d 5 shark

e

8 sleeping bag

f 1 jellyfish

g 4 tent

h

3 wetsuit

2

1

tent

2 mask

3 jellyfish

4 wetsuit

5 wave

6

sharks

7 sleeping bag

8 storm

4

1

What were you doing when I called you last night?

2

Why were you talking to the police when I called you?

3

What were you doing when the motorbike knocked her over?

4

What was she wearing when she had the accident?

5

How many other people were sitting there when it happened?

5

1

training for a marathon

2 Scotland

3

geolocator

4 25,000km

5 low

Transcript 06

CLAIRE

Hi. You’re late back. What were you

MATT

doing when I called you? I was training for the marathon next

CLAIRE

week so I switched my phone off. It’s a very tough run. We’re not the only ones to set

MATT

ourselves tough challenges. Listen to this. Last autumn, one small bird left the Shetland Islands off the coast of Scotland. And where do you think it flew to? Come on! Guess! OK. It went somewhere warm. Did it fly

CLAIRE

to a Mediterranean country? Spain or Italy? No. It flew further than that!

MATT

Did it fly to the Arabian Sea?

CLAIRE

No. It flew further than that too.

MATT

I give up then. Come on. Tell me.

CLAIRE

It flew all the way to the Galapagos

MATT

Islands. Then in the spring, it flew back to the Shetland Islands. That’s an amazing 25,000 km trip. That’s further than I drive my car in a

CLAIRE

year! How do they know it flew that far anyway? It was carrying a very small geolocator. When it returned, scientists plugged the geolocator into a computer. Then they could see the bird’s route. I watched a video of some wild geese too. They flew over the Himalayas at a height of about 9,000 metres. They even flew over Mount Everest! It was freezing cold – minus 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Your marathon is nothing compared to their flight!

Vocabulary plus / Everyday English

1

1

the Pyrenees

2 the Orinoco

 

3

the Atlantic Ocean

4 Vesuvius

5 London

6

Egypt

7 the Andes

8 Lake Titicaca

Transcript 07

HELEN

JAMES

Hi, James I’m looking through some old holiday photos . Guess which places they are. We went skiing in these mountains. We stayed in a French chalet. Well, it looks like The Pyrenees.

which places they are. We went skiing in these mountains. We stayed in a French chalet.
 

HELEN

JAMES

HELEN

Could be, could be… Hey, look at this one – we’re canoeing down a river in Venezuela. That’s the Orinoco then. It goes all the way to the Atlantic Ocean. Correct! We’re in Naples here. We took a chairlift to the top of this volcano.

2

1

was

2 grew up

3 moved

4 was studying

5

met

6 was finishing

7 left

8 didn’t find

9

decided

10 moved

 
 

3

 

School subjects

University subjects

maths

law

JAMES

   

HELEN

JAMES

HELEN

JAMES

HELEN

JAMES

HELEN

That’s Vesuvius then! Yes, it is. We’re on the Tube here – it looks really uncomfortable – so many people! That’s London! Yes, easy! Hey, look! It’s a photo of you on a camel in front of the pyramids. And where were you? I was in Egypt. We’re trekking here – across these mountains to get to Machu Picchu. Yes, those are the Andes. Beautiful! Did you go to Lake Titicaca? No, we never got there, unfortunately.

 

history

psychology

sports

 

4

1

Me too

2 Me neither

3 Really

4

Actually, I thought

5 I agree

 

Unit 3

 
 

Lesson 1

 

2 2 boss

1

colleagues

3 experience; earn

 

4

don’t like

5 company

 
 
 

3 Jake’s going to look for a new job.

1

2 windscreen

2

3 motorbike

4 raincoat

 

2

3

Sam and Amanda are going to set up their own company.

I’m not going to leave my job.

3 Come in

1

2 came back

3 came

4 Come on

 

5

came up to

4

Is your boss going to give you a rise?

 

5

Are you going to earn more money in your new job?

dark

4 2 strong

1

3 waves

4 voice

5 faster

 

6

scared

7 screamed

8 stupid

 
 

4 design handbags

1

2 afford to pay

Review quiz 1–2

 

3

planning to look for

4 want to leave

5

intend to ask

6 agreed to give

 

1

1 b

2 a

3 c

4 a

5 c

6 a

2

1 b

2 a

3 c

4 a

Lesson 2

 
 

1

3

1 was studying; explored

 

or

(e)r

 

man

2 was travelling; crossed

actor

producer

   

3 was looking; disappeared

cameraman

editor

   

businessman

4 was living; wrote

photographer

director

writer

     

1

Charles Darwin

2 Marco Polo

3

David Livingstone

4 Gertrude Bell

   

lawyer

   

Pronunciation point

 

ist

ive

 

2

1

tablet

2 watch

3 roller blades

4 lot

journalist

 

detective

5

top

6 amazing

7 travel

 
 

2

2 Tim is doing some research on Tuesday.

Check your progress 1

1

1

Matt likes playing word games.

2

My brother doesn’t enjoy being on his own.

3

Helen and Jane are very good at singing.

4

Yusuf isn’t keen on playing team games.

5

Sally’s bad at sitting still for a long time.

3 Helen is discussing the new script on Wednesday.

4 Tim is going to an interview at 9am on Wednesday.

5 Tim is having lunch with his boss on Thursday.

6

Helen and Tim are meeting friends after

3

1

‘ll see

2 will be

3 will write

4 ‘ll enjoy

work on Friday.

5

won’t stay

6 will like

7 Will (Jerry) get on

7

Helen and Tim are going swimming on Saturday.

with

 

8

Tim is having dinner at Susan and John’s on Sunday.

4

Student’s own answers

 
 

5

1

b

2 a

3 c

4 c

5 c

4 b

5 1

France

2

1850

3

They work for themselves. / They are self- employed.

4

He’s flying to New York to meet a client.

5

He’s following a company director in Chicago.

6

He finds debtors or lost friends and family.

Lesson 3

1

1 d

2 e

3 f

4 c

5 b

6 a

Transcript 10

FRIEND

What are you doing tomorrow

LUCY

evening, Lucy? I’m going to the dentist’s after work.

FRIEND

Poor you! What about the day after

LUCY

tomorrow? I’m going to the theatre with Jane.

FRIEND

There’s a new comedy show on at the Playhouse. Right. That sounds fun. Well what

LUCY

about next week? Are you busy next week? No, I haven’t got any plans for next

FRIEND

week. Hmm. I’m very busy next week. What

LUCY

about the week after that? I’m going on holiday. I’m going to

FRIEND

Cappadoccia in Turkey with some friends. Are you doing anything special next

LUCY

month? Yes, actually. I’m getting married.

FRIEND

Oh, yes of course. I forgot.

LUCY

Congratulations. Thank you.

FRIEND

What about the following month?

LUCY

Have you got any plans? Yes. We’re moving into our new house so we’ll be very busy with that.

Transcript 11

PRESENTER

Our guest on the Good Food

DAVID

Programme today is a chilli farmer. And no, he’s not from South America. He’s from an island with a much chillier climate. He’s from York in the north of England. Please welcome to the programme our very own chilli pepper farmer, David Cooper. Good morning.

PRESENTER

Good morning, David and thank

DAVID

you for coming in on this ‘chilly’ November morning. I hope you can warm us up with a few chilli pepper stories. I’ll certainly try.

PRESENTER

Why did you decide to grow chilli

DAVID

peppers in the UK? Well, I worked as a photographer

PRESENTER

in Mexico and I loved chilli peppers. When I came back to the UK, I couldn’t find the same peppers here. So I decided to grow them myself. Isn’t it difficult to grow the peppers

DAVID

here with the cold weather? Everybody said, ‘It will be

PRESENTER

impossible. Chilli peppers won’t grow here!’ They were wrong. In the first year, all the plants produced thousands of chillies. I now grow more than seventy different varieties of peppers. And what do you do with all those

DAVID

chillies? I make hot spicy sauces and I sell

PRESENTER

them through my company, A Thousand and One Chillies. Have you got any plans for the

DAVID

future? Yes, in the future I’m going to produce chilli oils and chilli mayonnaise.

PRESENTER

Well, we wish you success with that, and thank you very much for coming on the show. Let’s hope our viewers will go out and buy your wonderful sauces. On the show next week we’ll have Sam Smith. He grows tea in Cornwall.

Vocabulary plus / Everyday English

1 promised to

2

3 arranged to

4 refused to

5

managed to / seems to

6 am expecting to

2 1 out of work

1

2 looking for

3 part time

4 salary

2

1 at work 2 employer

 

3

1 working on 2 work out

4

go in

5

deal with

3 ask

1

2 need

3 would like

4 tell

5 Tell

6

make

7 help

8 teach

4

mmmm 2

read through 7

that’s definite 4

Of course 1

Unit 4

Lesson 1

early 6 No worries 5

1

1

printer

2 e-reader

3 Facebook

4

hardware

5 download

6 online

7 put

8

hashtag

9 YouTube

10 blog

11 text

Mystery word: technophobe

 

3

2 Julie broke a mobile phone two days ago. Antonio has never broken a mobile phone.

3 Julie has never had a job interview via Skype. Antonio had a job interview via Skype last week.

4 Julie has taken part in an interactive webinar. Antonio has never taken part in an interactive webinar.

5 Julie has never driven while talking on a mobile phone. Antonio has driven while talking on a mobile phone.

Lesson 2

1

1

cottage

2 town

3 countryside

4 city

5

buildings

6 mountain

7 village

2

 

For

Since

a few minutes

1999

a year

last year

two weeks

27 th June

ten years

yesterday

half an hour

two o’clock

3

1 I’ve lived in the same place since …

2 I’ve worked for this company for …

3 I’ve known my best friend for …

4 I’ve lived in … since …

5

1 She’s known him since 2005.

2 They live (on a mountainside above Olu Deniz) in Turkey.

3 He’s always liked classic cars.

4 His dad.

5 She set up her company four years ago.

6 It’s at the bottom of her garden.

7 He worked for a bank in London.

8 He studied landscape gardening at Kew Gardens.

Lesson 3

1 fridge

1

2 freezer

3 kettle

4 iron

5

vacuum cleaner

6 dustbin

7 washing

machine

8 dishwasher

2 Kate hasn’t cleaned the fridge yet.

2

3

Max has just emptied the dishwasher.

4

Max hasn’t washed the kitchen floor yet.

5

Julia has already vacuumed the sitting-room carpet.

6

Ben has just emptied the dustbins.

7

Kate has already cleaned the bath.

8

Julia has just cleaned the shower.

3 Have (you) cleaned

1

 

2

‘ve emptied

 

3

‘ve done

4

Has (Tom) made

 

5

‘s vacuumed

6

use

7

haven’t done

 

8

Have (you) washed

 

4 c

1

2 a

3 c

4 b

5 a

6 c

Transcript 12

KATE

Last year we asked two thousand mums and dads in America to take part in a survey. We wanted to find out how many children helped with the housework. Which chores – jobs

– they liked doing and which chores

they really hated doing. Here to talk to me today about the results of the survey is Melissa Spoon. Good morning Melissa. MELISSA Good morning Kate.

Let’s start with the all-important question – how many children in America actually help to do household

chores? My guess is around fifty-seven percent. MELISSA No. You’re wrong there. The figure’s actually very high. We were quite surprised too. Eighty-seven percent of children help with household chores.

KATE

KATE

Really! So what is the average age they start doing the household chores?

My guess is four and a half. MELISSA Yes, you’re right. The average age is four and a half.

Next question – how many children complain about doing household

chores? I’d say all of them. MELISSA Yes, nearly all of them. Ninety-six percent of children complain about doing household chores.

KATE

KATE

So which are children’s least favourite chores? I know what mine was – I

hated doing the washing up. MELISSA The answer is cleaning the bathroom and doing the washing up.

No surprises there then. Next question

– which are children’s favourite

chores? I know mine was helping to

bake cakes. MELISSA Children’s favourite chores are helping with the cooking and feeding the pet.

KATE

KATE

Last question – Which chore do most adults remember doing as a child?

MELISSA It’s doing the washing up.

Vocabulary plus / Everyday English

file name

1 2 close

1

3 off

4 volume

5

password

2 2 for

1

married

3 single

4 relationship

5

boyfriend

6 love

7 get

8 wedding

3

1

out

2 to

3 out

4 on

 

Transcript 13

A

Are you going out with Kelly?

 

B

Yes, he’s my new boyfriend.

A

He goes to my college.

 

B

Yes, I know. He told me. We’re going out this evening if you want to come.

A

Go on then! Where are you going?

 

B

To that new bar in Market Street. Come with us!

4

1

C

2 O

3 O

4 O

5 C

6 O

7 C

8 O

9

O

10 C

11 C

5

1

Let me introduce myself.

 

2

Do you have time for a quick chat?

 

3

Let’s get together soon.

 

Transcript 14

1

A

Let me introduce myself. I’m Sam Harris.

B

Hello, Sam. Pleased to meet you. I’m Pelin Ulusoy.

2

A

Do you have time for a quick chat?

B

I’m afraid it’s a bit busy here at the moment. Can I call you back in half an hour?

3

A

It’s been nice talking to you.

B

Yes. Let’s get together soon.

Review quiz 3–4

1 a India and Brazil

1

2 c Thailand

3

b India

4 c India

5 c Katy Perry

2 unemployed

1

2 qualifications

3 experience

4

colleagues

5 salary

6 employees

3 Turn on

1

2 on

3 onto

4 on; close

5 up

Pronunciation point

three syllables: salary, editor, assistant, creative, unemployed, manager, agency, businessman, dishwasher, producer four syllables: experience, relationship, competition, technology, generation, photographer, comedian five syllables: qualifications

Check your progress 2

Lesson 2

1 My boss isn’t going to give me a rise.

1

1 guide book

2 aftershave

3 backpack

2

What are you going to do?

4

penknife

5 iron

6 shower gel

7 suitcase

3

I’m going to look for a new job.

8

hairdryer

4

When are you going to start applying for new jobs?

2 1

packed; weigh

2 check in 3 unpack

5

First I’m going to write a new CV.

4

are travelling

5 check out

2 haven’t emailed

1

bought

2 ‘ve been 5 moved

4 ‘s moved

3 ‘ve (just) 6 haven’t

3 will probably go

1

2 may rain

3 may be

4

will probably go out

5 might need

visited

7 wrote

8 did

9 was 10 Have (you)

6

might not be

done

4 You might see some small clouds of smoke.

1

3 2 done

1

emptied

3 cleaned

4 vacuumed

2

It is 1,524m above sea level, so it gets cold

5

made

in the afternoons.

 

3

The guide can help you with (the) prices.

4 Could you help

1

4

Coffee grows there.

2

Could you tell

5

You can walk up to Cerro La Cruz or climb

3

I’d like you to come

 

one of the volcanoes.

4

Can you tell

6

It takes two or three hours.

5

When can you look

 

Unit 5

Lesson 1

1

1

h

2 d

3 e

4 b

5 a

6 c

7 g

8 f

2

I

am confident and friendly.

 

I

have a degree in medicine.

I

am good with people.

 

I

have experience of working in a team.

I

am good at listening.

 

I

am fluent in French and English.

 

I

can work long hours.

 

4

1

don’t have to have a first-aid certificate.

2

must/have to have six months’ experience.

3

mustn’t smoke.

 

4

don’t have to have a degree.

 

5

have to/must speak two languages.

6

2

Do actors and pilots have to work well in a team? Yes, they do.

3

Does an actor have to have good listening skills? Yes, he/she does.

4

Does an actor have to understand technical information? No, he/she doesn’t.

5

Does a pilot have to stay calm under pressure? Yes, he/she does.

Lesson 3

1 eye mask

1

2 earplugs

3 a neck pillow

4

watch

5 sweater/jumper/pullover

6 scarf

a

5,6

b 2

c 3

d 4

e 1

2 should 2 shouldn’t 3 should 4 should

1

5

should

6 shouldn’t

 

3 You shouldn’t take too many bags as/ because you may forget one.

2

3

You should put a luggage tag on your suitcase so you can recognise it as/because you may pick up the wrong case.

4

You should set off for the airport early as/ because something may happen on the journey.

4 b

1

2 c

3 a

4 c

5 b

Transcript 16

My Embarrassing Flight Story My brother, Simon, has to travel by plane,

a lot. He’s a scientist and he gives talks at

conferences around the world. He sometimes flies to two or three countries in the same week. One time, Simon was flying from Birmingham airport in England to Amsterdam airport in Holland. From Amsterdam, he had a connecting flight to New York. His flight from Birmingham took off late. ‘I’m going to miss

my connecting flight,’ Simon told the flight attendant. ‘I have to catch the flight. I have a conference the next morning.’ ‘Don’t worry,’ said the flight attendant. ‘We can organise a wheel chair for you and it will take you directly to the departure gate for your flight to New York. It’s a lot quicker in a wheelchair!’ ‘That would be great,’ said Simon. ‘Thank you.’ The plane landed at the airport in Amsterdam. It was half an hour late and they whizzed Simon through the airport in a wheelchair. He caught his connecting flight and he was happy. Before they landed in New York, the flight attendant came and spoke to him. ‘Your wheel chair will be waiting for you when we land,’ she said. ‘It’s OK, I don’t need a wheelchair. I can walk,’ said Simon, and he explained the situation. ‘I’m sorry, sir,’ said the flight attendant. You had a wheel chair in Amsterdam so we have to organise a wheel chair for you in New York. There’s nothing we can do about it. You have to wait until all the passengers have left the plane. Simon waited and then he got off the plane and he sat in the wheelchair. The wheelchair took him to passport control. He stood up and thanked the man. Then the man watched him walk across the airport without a problem. He looked surprised and Simon felt very embarrassed.

Vocabulary plus / Everyday English

1

1

matches

2 laptop

3 jewellery

4

sunglasses

5 toothbrush

6 adaptor

7

passport

8 cash

9 phone charger

 

10

comb

11 hairdryer

12 make-up

2

1

Absolutely

2 loads of

3 Just in case.

4

fit in

5 It’s a pain to

4

1

travel

2 buy

3 catch

4 receive

5

1

two, small, red, stylish

2

beautiful, little, black

3

horrible, big, blue

6

The correct order is: 3 1 2 5 7 4 8 6

Transcript 17

A I can’t find my hairdryer. I’m sure I packed it.

B It may be in my suitcase.

A No it isn’t. I’ve already looked.

B It might be in my hand luggage then?

A Yes, it might be. I’ll have a look. No, it’s not there.

B It’s possible that you didn’t pack it after all.

A What am I going to do without it?

B Oh, look there it is on the bed.

Unit 6

Lesson 1

2

1

mobile phone

2 blanket

3 bottle of water

4

first-aid kit

5 phone charger

6 whistle

7

torch

8 gloves

 

4

1

c

2 e

3 d

4 b

5 a

5

2 If there is smoke, you should get down and crawl along the ground.

3 If the door is hot, you shouldn’t open it.

4 If you open a door, you should open it slowly.

5 If there is heavy smoke or fire, you should close the door again.

6 If you can’t escape, you should try and keep the smoke out of the room.

Lesson 2

1 floods

2

3 storms

4 burn

5 Temperatures

6

north pole

7 heatwaves

8 Acid

9 rise

10 mosquitoes

11 ice

12 Droughts

2 2

3

4

A What will happen if there are more floods

B If there are more floods people will leave their homes

A What will happen if temperatures are higher

B If temperatures are higher, some crops won’t grow

A What will happen if some crops don’t grow

B If some crops don’t grow, some countries won’t have enough food

3

1 His dream is a walkable city.

2 There will be long parks with footpaths and cycle paths connecting all areas of the city.

3 Children will walk or cycle to school.

4 If people walk, there will be less obesity and heart disease, and less pollution.

5 You can find them in Germany.

6 The centre of the new city will be completely car-free.

Lesson 3

1

Across: 1 salamander

5 gorilla

6 turtle

Down: 2 leopard

3 rhino

4 whales

6 tiger

2

1 3 horn

pets

2 skin

4 forests / fur

5 bones

3

2 A rhino is a large animal which/that has a single horn.

3 My father is a scientist who works for the WWF.

4 A salamander is an amphibian which/that has a wet skin.

5 A leopard is a big cat which/that has very beautiful spotted fur.

6 Mountain gorillas live in groups which/that have a leader.

5

1 c

2 b

3 b

4 a

Transcript 18

The Akyatan Lagoon My name is Mehmet Beyaz and I work as

a volunteer for the WWF in Turkey. At the moment, I am working on a project which

protects the green turtle in the Mediterranean. The green turtle is an endangered species. One of the turtles’ most important nesting beaches

is the Akyatan Lagoon in Adana. It is one of

the seventeen turtle nesting beaches on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey. We monitor the 22km long beach. We count turtle tracks. We find the nest sites and we install protective devices. There are other endangered wild animals also living in the area. There is the red fox, the golden jackal, and the jungle cat.

Vocabulary plus / Everyday English

1

1

box of matches

2 hat

3 radio

4 map

 

5

rope

6 penknife

7 compass

8 sweets

9

sleeping bag

10 sun cream

 

a

7

b 10

c 4

d 2

e 9

f 1

g 5

h 3

i 6

j 8

2 do (you) keep fit

2

 

3

Keep still

4

I’ll keep quiet.

 

5

keep calm

6

Did (the sweater) keep (you) warm

3 2 d

1 c

3 e

4 b

5 a

4 Are you with me so far?

1

2

Is that clear?

 

3

Now, do you have any questions?

4

Yes – another question?

Transcript 19

INSTRUCTOR

Usually a sting from a bee is

STUDENT

painful but it isn’t dangerous. First, calm the child down. Then, if you can see the sting, brush it off. You can use a credit card for this. Are you with me so far? Yes. I’m with you. But what if I

INSTRUCTOR

don’t have a credit card? Use something flat, but please

STUDENT

don’t use tweezers. You may squeeze more poison into the wound. Is that clear? Yes, that’s clear. What do I do next?

INSTRUCTOR

You should apply an ice pack to

STUDENT

the sting for ten minutes. If the child is still in pain, go and see a doctor. Now, do you have any questions? Yes. What happens if the sting is in

INSTRUCTOR

the mouth or the throat? That can be dangerous. If it swells

STUDENT

up, the child won’t be able to breathe. You should give the child an ice cube or ice lolly to suck. Yes - another question? What if I don’t have an ice cube?

INSTRUCTOR

You can give them a glass of cold water to drink.

Review quiz 5–6

1

1 a, c, d

2 a, b, d

3 a, b, d

4 a, c, e

Pronunciation point

 

lots /s /

 

animals / z /

animals / z /

devices /ɪz/

tights

 

bumbags

toothbrushes

giraffes

 

signals

sunglasses

guidebooks

 

plugs

torches

Check your progress 3

1 must

1

2 must

3 don’t have to

4 must

5

don’t have to

2 which/that

1

2 who

3 who

4 which/that

5

which/that

3 is

1

2 will

3 is

4 should

5 wear

6 won’t

7

don’t go out

8 won’t catch a cold

9 Can

10 stay

4 2 wallet

1

backpack

3 guidebooks

4

penknife

5 hair dryer

5 might be in your backpack.

2

3

will / ‘ll probably arrive at 8 pm.

4

might be at work.

5

may be in the hotel.

6

will / ‘ll probably come with my friend.

Unit 7

Lesson 1

1

1

d

2 a

3 b

4 e

5 c

2

Down: 1 buffalo

2 crocodile

3 deer

4

scorpion

Across: 1 bee

2 cow

4 snake

5 hippo

6

lion

7 mosquito

8 jellyfish

9 elephant

3

Possible answers

 

1 Whales are a lot heavier than dolphins.

2 Rats are a bit bigger than mice.

3 Elephants are a lot more intelligent than hippos.

4 A bee is a lot less dangerous than a mosquito.

5 Panthers are a bit more graceful than deer.

6 Crocodiles are a bit less ugly than hippos.

7 Brown bears are a lot slower than lions.

8 Deer are a bit faster than horses.

Lesson 2

1

2 ladder

3 mobile phone

4 icicle

5 bed

6 vending machine

1 h

2 b

3 f

4 c

7 lightning

5 a

6 d

7 e

8 tornado;

8 g

2 Possible answers

2 Trains are as safe as buses.

3 Japanese is as easy as English.

4 Indian restaurants are as expensive as Chinese restaurants.

5 Dawn of the Dead is as frightening as Alien.

3

1 True

2 False

Lesson 3

3 False

4 True

5 True

1

2

open spaces

3 running across the floor

4

dying

5 scared of

6 gloves

7 driving the

car

8 makes me panic

9 going red

10 never

travel by plane

11 in a lift

12 sliding

13

climb up ladders

14 go to parties

 

3

2

Taking exams is awful.

3

Driving a car is expensive.

4

I like learning about other cultures.

5

He doesn’t like speaking in public.

6

Eating healthily is important.

5

1

a

2 b

3 a

4 b

Transcript 21

Do you know anybody with a phobia? People have phobias about all kinds of unusual things. Here are four of those unusual fears.

Hi, I’m Sara and my phobia is the colour yellow. Seeing the sun, yellow paint or yellow flowers is frightening for me. Even the word yellow scares me!

Hi, I’m Jake and I hate walking through forests. Watching fairy tales and films with scary forests as a child may have caused my phobia. I can’t walk through a forest and I panic if I hear the word tree.

I’m Carrie and I hate clowns! It’s quite a

common phobia actually, especially in children. Some famous actors such as, Daniel Radcliffe and Johnny Depp also have this phobia. Seeing

a

clown is frightening for us. Watching films

is

one cause of this phobia. Clowns are often

scary characters in cartoon films and comics. Remember the Joker in Batman?

Hi, I’m Luca. I’m sure you all know somebody with my phobia! It was named five years ago

– nomophobia. According to recent surveys,

more than half the people in the UK have this

6

phobia. Losing your mobile phone, running out of battery and being without network coverage is terrifying.

Well these are just four unusual phobias. Maybe you know some more!

1 True

2 False

3 True

4 True

5 False

Vocabulary plus / Everyday English

1

1

dead

2 good

3 blind

4 fast

5 busy

6

strong

7 quiet

8 white

9 cool

10 cold

Mystery idiom: as old as the hills

2

1

terrified; terrifying

2 amazing; amazed

3

fascinated; fascinating

4 worrying; worried

3

Let me think. Hold on a minute. Let me have a think. Wait a minute.

 

Transcript 22

 

1

A

Do you have a Martin Roberts working for you?

B

It’s a big company. I’m not sure but the name does sound familiar. (pause) Let me think. (pause) Yes, I think he works in the marketing department.

2

A

Good morning. Broadcast Magazine.

B

Good morning. Could I speak to Giles Rodgers, please?

A

Yes, of course. Hold on a minute, please. I’ll just put you through.

3

A

Tim’s looking for a job and I wondered if there were any vacancies in your office.

B

Let me have a think. There are often vacancies for sales reps. Would he be interested in working as a sales rep?

4

A

Look at the time! I have to go now or I’ll miss my train.

B

Wait a minute. I’ll come with you to the station.

4

1

horror

2 all-time

3 director

4 stars

5

scenes

6 takes place

7 set

8 plays the

role of

9 ghosts

10 plot

11 scary

Unit 8

Lesson 1

1

1

hit

2 crash

3 forget

4 bite

5 fail

6

attack

7 hurt

8 make; look

2

1

anything

2 something

3 anything

4

everything

5 anything

6 somewhere

7

everywhere

8 anywhere

9 somewhere

10 somewhere

 

Transcript 23

At a restaurant

WAITER

Can I get you anything? Yes, please I’d like something to eat. I think I’ll have the chicken salad, please. Would you like anything to drink? Yes, please. I’ll have a sparkling mineral water. OK. Is that everything? Yes, that’s all. I might order a dessert later, but I don’t want anything else

now.

AYSHE

WAITER

AYSHE

WAITER

AYSHE

At home HANNAH I’ve lost my mobile phone. AMANDA Oh, no that’s terrible. It could be somewhere in the house. HANNAH I’ve looked everywhere for it. I don’t think it’s anywhere in the house. AMANDA It could be somewhere in the office. You could have left it there last night. HANNAH That’s true. I haven’t checked there yet. AMANDA Don’t worry. I’m sure you’ve left it under a cushion somewhere. It’ll turn up soon.

3

1

must

2 can’t

3 must

4 must

5 must

Lesson 2

 

1 presentation

1

2 lecture

3 talk

4 topic

 

5

speech

6 deal with

7 problems

8

audience

9 occasion

10 aim

2 helped

1

2 makes/made

3 lets

 

4

helps/helped

5 makes/made

6 lets

7

make

8 makes

9 let

10 let

3

1 You should include personal stories and funny stories.

2 You should say it out loud.

3 Knowing your audience.

4 You should practise using the microphone.

5 Imagining yourself giving the talk.

6 The audience is on your side.

Lesson 3

1

1

font

2 plug

3 cable

4 slide

5

microphone

6 memory stick

7 vase

8

remote control

9 screen

2

2

yours

3 his

4 ours

5 theirs

6 hers

 

Transcript 24

 

1

A

Have you got a memory stick? Mine is full.

B

Yes, here you are.

 

2

A

Whose projector are you going to use?

B

Can I use yours?

 

A

Yes, of course.

3

A

Whose is this laptop?

 

B

I think it’s his.

4

A

Do you think these cables belong to us?

B

No, I don’t think they’re ours.

5

A

Do these coats belong to those two men over there?

B

I’m not sure. They could be theirs. Shall I go and ask them?

6

A

I don’t know who this mouse belongs to.

B

That girl over there was looking for a mouse. It could be hers.

3

Barack Obama; Steve Jobs; Martin Luther King Jr

 

4

1

b

2 a

3 b

4 a, c

5 a, c

Transcript 25

ARTURO

What makes a speech a great speech?

JOHN

What do you think, John? A memorable sentence.

ARTURO

A memorable sentence?

JOHN

Yes, remember Martin Luther King’s speech. He repeated the phrase, ‘I have a dream’ at the beginning of

ARTURO

each of his nine points. It was very powerful. Yes, I agree. Anything else?

JOHN

A great speech should be organised.

ARTURO

Organised? That sounds boring.

JOHN

Have you listened to Steve Job’s

ARTURO

graduation ceremony speech? No.

JOHN

It’s an amazing speech. In 2005,

ARTURO

Steve Jobs made an opening speech at Stanford University’s graduation ceremony in America. It began with, ‘Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That’s it. No big deal. Just three stories.’ And that’s exactly what he did. It was very personal. It was emotional and it was full of good advice. You can watch it on YouTube. What else makes a great speech?

JOHN

A story. A good example of telling a

ARTURO

story is Barack Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention in 2004. He linked his life story with the story of America. You should read it sometime. I will. But meanwhile, I’ve still got to

JOHN

write my speech. Well, read these three speeches. They’ll help you to write it. I’m sure.

Vocabulary plus / Everyday English

1

1

stupid

2 quick to

3 comfortable to

4

easy to

5 glad to

6 nice to

7

important to

8 impossible to

Transcript 26

1

A

I think he was stupid to leave his job. He was very well paid.

B

Yes, but he was unhappy.

2

A

Don’t be upset. Mr Wollsey is always very quick to criticise people.

B

1 But I’ve never made a mistake before!

3

A

These shoes are really very comfortable to walk in.

B

I know, I’ve got a pair of those. They’re great.

 

4

5

1

terrifying

2 terrified

3 annoying

A

What’s that lady’s name? I can never remember it!

4

annoyed

5 bored

6 boring

7 amazed

8

amazing

9 excited

10 exciting

B

It’s not easy to remember. It’s Ilknur.