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Street Town / City Country Zip / Post code
(including atea code]
144 Acorn Avenue
d a: b:
The blue one's £25 and the red and white one is silk-that's £130.
I see. Well, (2)
Right, well you need to fill in this form and bring the necessary documents ...
Oh. (2)_____________________________________ ?
Just your passport, and something with your address on it.
Credit Card Payment
Total price: Card type
Name of cardholder Card number Expiry date
4000 3211 5049 4849
Conditional sentences with would
would and wouldn't
Complete the sentences with would or wouldn't.
a I'm sorry, I don't know. If I _ I would tell (tell) you.
b If 1________________ (not/work), we
enough money to live.
с I'm sure you____________ .
(know) the answer,
a I like working. If I didn't have a Job, 1 would soon get bored.
b I'm very happy in the city:
I____________ enjoy living in
the country - it's too quiet!
с My sister is very honest.
If she found some money in the
famous: I'm quite happy as I am!
Nobody has read the fire instructions: if there were a fire,
they_____________ know what
We can't go to Asia by bus because the journey
____________ take much
If I could live my life again, I
____________ change anything.
It's a pity Mark isn't here. He
(can) meet a famous person from history, who
_________________ (like) to talk to?
e I don't know what I_________________ (do) if you
(be/not) here to help me.
g If everyone_____________
h If you_________________ (have) twenty brothers and sisters, think how
many birthday presents you__________________ (get)!
might or would
_\ a Match the beginnings of the sentences in A with the endings in B.
1 He might help you
2 She wouldn't go out with him
3 If I could go on holiday anywhere in the world,
4 Robert might do better at school
5 If you told her the truth,
6 If you didn't drink so much coffee before going to bed,
b _____ Listen and check. Practise saying the sentences.
Tick (/) the correct sentence for each situation below.
1 Someone asks you to help them to translate a newspaper article into your language. Unfortunately, the newspaper article is in Chinese -a language you don't speak or understand.
What do you say? a /'// help you ifl can. b I'd help if 1 could. /
2 Someone asks about your plans for tomorrow. You're not sure yet - you're either going to the beach or to the cinema - it depends on the weather.
What do you say? a If the weather's good, I'll go to the beach. b If the weather was good, I'd go to the beach.
3 You're on holiday at the seaside. The beach is very nice, but unfortunately the weather isn't very good -it's cloudy and the temperature is only 12°C. Someone asks if you're enjoying yourself.
What do you say? a I'd be happier if the weather were better. b I'll be happier if we have better weather.
4 You invite a friend to go to a club with you, but she's got an exam tomorrow, so she can't come.
What does she say to you? a I'll come ifl don't have an exam. b I'd come ifl didn't have an exam.
5 A taxi driver is driving you very slowly to the station. Your train leaves in five minutes. What do you say to him?
a If we don't go faster, I'll miss the train. b If we didn't go faster, I'd miss the train.
6 A friend asks you to drive her home from a party, but your car is at home, so you can't help her. What do you say?
a Sorry, ifl have my car, I'll take you home. b Sorry, ifl had my car, I'd take you home.
7 You see a child crossing the road reading a book. What do you say to the child?
a If you're not careful, you'll have an accident. b If you weren't careful, you'd have an accident.
will and would
Circle the best form in each sentence, as in the example.
a ll^ouktritywon't do that if I were you! b Goodbye, everybody! I'd/I'll see you all next week, с I'd/I'll help you if 1 had more time, d What time will/would you be back from work this evening?
e I won't/wouldn't be surprised if they won the competition.
f Sorry, I can't speak now. I'd/I'll phone you back later.
g I'll/I'd be here until 6 o'clock if you need anything, h Life will/would be so much easier if people worked together.
i If my mother were here, I'm sure she'd/she'll know what to do.
Short answers with will and would
Will you / (s)he / it / we be at home? Yes, W(s)he/it/we will. No, 11 (s)he / it /we won't.
Would you / (s)he lit! we work? Yes, 11 (s)he I it / we would. No, I / (s)he / it / we wouldn't.
^ Write short answers to these questions.
a Would you travel to another planet if you had the
b Will your brother be at home if 1 phone this
с Would you like to be Prime Minister of your country?
d Will we have time for lunch when we get there?
e If you won the lottery, would you give up work?
f Would you move to a bigger house if you had the
g If Kate and Roger get married, do you think they'll
be happy? Yes,__________________________________
h If a stranger offered you £1,000 to carry a bag onto an aeroplane, would you do it?
Vocabulary booster: people in politics, religion and public life
-7 a Put the people in the box into the word map.
the Prime Minister a communist a-€athotir a mayor the President a priest the Vice President a queen a Buddhist a social democrat a king a Muslim a Member of Parliament a judge a Protestant a government minister a Christian a Hindu a green
b ДЕО Listen and practise the pronunciation of the words.
с ИЮ Circle the correct answer in the general knowledge quiz below. Listen and check your answers.
1 Mecca is a very important city for Hindus / Muslims.
2 Lenin was a communist / social democrat leader.
3 Rome is the centre of the Protestant I Catholic church.
4 Margaret Thatcher was the first woman Prime Minister/ President of the United
5 The Netherlands has a president / a queen.
6 The British Chancellor of the Exchequer is a government minister / kind of priest.
7 Most people in India are Hindus / Buddhists.
8 George Bush Senior was the President / Prime Minister of the United States.
Listen and read
Ш__ How many of the questions below can you answer? Read and/or listen and check.
a Is a real Earth year longer or shorter than 365 days?
b Which is the lightest planet?
с Which planet was farthest from the Sun in 1995?
d What can be the size of a house?
e Which planet has the most moons?
f How long is a year on Mercury?
g What is twenty-seven kilometres high?
h Which planet is it possible to see without a telescope?
i What lasts for just under ten hours?
j Which planet has been mistaken for a UFO?
к How many Earths could the Sun hold?
1 Which planet was discovered most recently?
m Which planet goes round the Sun 'lying down'?
n How many times has Neptune been round the Sun since it was discovered?
The Planets: did you know...?
The Sun is a star - it is not a planet. It is so big that you could fit more than one million Earths inside it. The Sun is the only star we see during the daytime.
Mercury is thirty-six million miles from the Sun and has no moons, it takes eighty-eight days to go round the Sun (at thirty miles per second), which means that there are fewer than two days in a year.
Venus is the closest planet to the Earth. It has a very hot surface and no moons. It is the brightest planet and can sometimes be seen with the naked eye if you know where to look. It is sometimes the cause of UFO reports.
The Earth is orbited by one moon and is ninety-three million miles away from the Sun. The average year is actually 365 days, five hours, forty-eight minutes and 45.51 seconds. Three quarters of the Earth is covered by water.
Mars is a cold, red, rocky planet with two very smail moons which orbit close to the surface. It is the home of the 'Olympus Mons', the largest volcano found in the solar system. It is twenty-seven kilometres high and its crater is eight-one kilometres wide.
Jupiter is the largest planet in the solar system, with sixteen moons. It spins very quickly on its axis, and one day lasts nine hours and fifty-five minutes.
Saturn has eighteen moons and is over 800 million miles from the Earth. It is the second biggest planet but also the lightest. If there was a bath big enough to hold Saturn, it would float in the water. It has rings round it made of ice: the particles of ice vary in size from a grain of sugar to a house.
Uranus is a giant gas planet which is over one billion miles away and has fifteen moons. Its axis is at a ninety-seven degree angle, which means it orbits lying on its side - talk about a lazy planet! Neptune is a giant gas planet and has eight moons. It was discovered in 1846, but has still not made a complete orbit of the Sun. One Neptune year lasts 165 Earth years.
Pluto is over three billion miles from the Sun and has one moon. It is the farthest planet from the Sun, but sometimes its orbit brings it closer to the Sun than Neptune: from 1989 to 1999 it jumped ahead of Neptune, then went back to being the farthest. Pluto is the only planet that has not been visited by a spacecraft. Because it is so small, it was not discovered until 1930.
UFO = an unidentified flying object
£27^ module 15
Spelling Silent 'W
Improve your writing Error correction (2)
below are silent?
would wrong whole weight when walk answer why songwriter whose worried wrote
b Щ___9 Listen and cross out the silent 'w's.
с Complete the rules below with examples from part a.
1 If a word begins with wr, 'w' is always silent, for example
2 If a word begins with wh, 'w' is usually silent, for example
3 A few other words have a silent
Pronunciation The sound /w/
~b Listen and practise the /w/ pronunciation in these words and phrases from module 15.
using the following code:
Sp for a spelling mistake P for a punctuation mistake WW for a wrong word.
Write the corrections below.
Hello everybody'. ^
неге we are! We've finally arrived and I'm 'wri-reing to you from
-the pione-f Hero!
There's enough oxygen and lots of plants, Ь«.+ fortwxajtejy the weather iSr\+ very good and 3rfs rajned every day So far - 05 you am see it isn't all that 4dife^n+ from life ir\ 5e^!0jyd'. The joumey was very, very long - -ten -weeks on a. spaceship -
at times. I read al the books
you. gave me during Цув. first week, <1__ I had to wa--fch Зроее Tv instead.
The other six. people here are all very nice: one of -them is a. Iodotier from "franC£ - his llrJ__
Todaii we met our first Herovian iN±___ the name for the people ,bwhich live here) and guess what? He speaks '^engiish! This morning T saw a. small green pet3on '''siting on a. wall, looking at me.
'Hello,' I 'esayid, 'what's your- name
^0Fine, thanks, he answered, and ran away.
Anyway, it's ^gefo-ing late., so I'd better go to bed. Give my lovC to an my ufrenSs and family.
2 3 4 5 6 7
15 17 18 19 20 21 22
/7 shows main stress
/,/ shows secondary stress
I Si means that /э/ may or may not be used
b possessive adjective
d modal verb
f auxiliary verb
g main verb
b three times a year с once a week d twice a year
8e four times a week f twice a day g once a month
с a (secret)
d a secret
e me, you
f never, always
g love, fun
h want, is, stop, see, love
i can, might
j your, my
baseball, table tennis, basketball, volleyball, rugby skiing, swimming, ice-skating, snowboarding cycling, horse-riding, snowboarding, skateboarding boxing, gymnastics, judo boxing, judo
basketball, boxing, volleyball, rugby
2 Is your family here with you?
3 Does your wife enjoy athletics?
4 Do you like life here in Italy?
5 Are you worried about the Italian champion, Giacomo Zanetti?
6 Do you have any advice for young athletes?
b Which с Where d What
do you want knows
do you already know told
do you live lives smokes broke
did you phone
How long Why
did you go gave you happens
They don't live in the same country, they live in different countries.
She doesn't live in the United States, she lives in London.
She doesn't work in the evening, she works in the morning.
She doesn't play golf, she plays tennis.
She doesn't stay in a hotel, she stays with her sister.
They don't see each other every weekend, they see each other
two or three times a year.
b How much does this cost?
с What time is it?
d What's your dote of birth?
e Where are you from / do you come from?
f Where ore the toilets, please?
g How do you spell your name?
h Sony, could you repeat that, please?
i Which part of Turkey are you from?
| Where's the nearest post office?
к How long Нитё are you going to stay?
I Do you speak English?
What time does she get up?
What time does she finish work?
Where does Rosemary Wilson live?
How often does she come to England?
Why does she come to England?
Who does she stay with? / Where does she stay?
1 No, they don't.
2 No, they don't.
'Everybody thinks I'm a typical English woman,' actress Kate Thomson told Go.' magazine. T really don't know why When she was eighteen, Kate left England. She lived first in Canada, then Morocco, where she met French film producer Serge Roux. The couple now live in Paris with their three children: Patrick, |ames and Lucie. 'We're so happy here. It's nice to have children who can speak both English and French.'
module 2 1
drive - drove go - went make - made begin - began eat - ate
happen - happened meet - met buy - bought fall - fell take - took
- came felt lived
-read cost found looked
die - died get - got lose - lost write - wrote invent - invented think - thought forget - forgot stay - stayed sing - sang
7 Basil Fawlty
8 more than thirty years ago
9 John De Mol
h feel / well
e felt / embarrassed f feel about g feels hot
b It didn't begin in October 1936, it began in October 1946. с li wasn't about a rich farmer who moved to New York, it was
about a rich woman who moved to the country, d The woman didn'l fall in love with her cousin, she fell in love
with a handsome young farmer. в Her lover wasn't married to her cousin, he was engaged to her
f The producers of the programme didn't have a lot of money,
they had very little money, g The assistants didn't write the actors' words on pieces of paper,
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