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V days of the week, numbers 0-20, greetings Hi, I'm Mike.

P vowel sounds, word stress What's your name?


a 1 2 >)) Look at the pictures. Listen and number them 1- 4.

b Listen again and complete the blanks. c Fill in the blanks with a word from the list.

1 A Hi, I'm Mike. What's your 1 ? Fine Hi I'm... Thanks Bye

B Hannah.
Hello = _ _ _
A 2_~ ?
B Hannah!
My name's ... =_ __
Very well = _ __
2 A What's your phone 3 ? Thank you = _ __
B It's 212-555-7894. Goodbye= _ _ _
A 4 . See you on Saturday. Bye.
B Goodbye. d 1 3 >)) Listen and repeat some phrases from the dialogue.
.(:Qpy the ~thm.
3 A 5 ___, Mom. This is Hannah.
6 e 1 4 >)) In groups of three, practice the dialogues with the
B . Nice to meet you.
sound effects. Change roles.
c Nice to 1 you, Anna.
B 8 name's Hannah. f Introduce yourself to other students.
c Sorry, Hannah.
Hello, I'm Antonio._ ')
4 A Hi, 9 . You're early! What's your na~ 0rta. Nice to meet you.
B Hello, Mrs. Archer. How are io ?
C I'm very well, 11_ _ you, Anna. And you?
B i2 . thanks.

A It's Hannah, Mom.
2 GRAMMAR verb be r±l, subject pronouns 4 VOCABULARY
a Complete the sentences with are, is, or am. days of the week, numbers 0- 20

I'm Mike. _ _ _ Mike.

My name's Hannah. My name _ _ _ Hannah.
You're early. = You _ _ _ early.
It's 212-555 -7894. It 21 2-555 -7894.

b >- p.124 Grammar Bank lA. Learn more about the verb
be l±l and subject pronouns, and practice them.
c 1 ,.6 l)) Listen and repeat the pronouns and contractions.

d 1 71)) Listen. Say the contraction. 1)) I am ~m

e In pairs, try to remember the names in your class.

Say He's/ She's _ _ _

f Stand up and speak to other students.

Hi, Carla. How are yo~ 0 ne, thanks. And you?

vowel sounds, word stress
a 1 8>)) Listen and repeat the words and sounds. a Look at the picture. Can you remember what Mike and
Hannah say?

cp ~ ~
~ &e b >- p.148 Vocabulary Bank Days and numbers. Do
parts 1 and 2.
fish tree cat egg train bike
it he am very they I c 1 12>)) Listen and say the next day or number.
this we thanks well name Hi >)) Monday, Tuesday 0ednesday
meet Bye
d What's your phone number? What day is it today?
b >- p.166 Sound Bank. Look at the example words and And tomorrow?
spellings for the sounds in a.

p Word stress 5 LISTENING & SPEAKING

Multi-syllable words have one stressed syllable.
a 1 13>)) Listen. Where are they? Write 1-6 in the boxes.
sorrjy goodlbye Saicurjday
D airport Gate number _ __
c 1 9>)) Listen and llilderlinc the stressed syllable in
these words.
D sandwich bar dollars cents
D hotel Room _ __
airjport comjpu jter ejmail kajrajte
D museum Closed on _ __
hojtel mujsejum sallad tejnnis
pasjta lnjterlnet baslketjball sandlwich
D taxi _ _ _ Manchester Road
D school Classes on and _ __
d Write the words from c in the chart. b Listen again. Write a number or a day in each blank.
food technology sports places c 1 14>)) Listen and respond.
1)) Hello. Nice to meet you. <;_;!.ice to meet you.

e In pairs, write more words that you know in each

column. How do you pronounce them?

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G ve b be[?' anc g
V the world, numbers 21-100 Where are
P fa/, ltfl, If/, ld3/; sentence st ress you from?

l VOCABULARY the world

a Can you name three countr ies in English? I
b ~ p.149 Vocabulary Bank The world.

c 1 17 >)) Listen . Say the nat ionality.

e Tehran
») Mexico 0exican -~
What country is the money from? '
d In pairs, do the quiz. 2 a the dollar

p Use.fut phrases b theyuan

c the rouble
I think it's in Vietnam.
d the pound
I think it's Japanese, but I'm not sure.
e theyen

What country is the food from?

2 PRONUNCIATION fat, ttft, tft, ict31

3 a tapas
b kirnchi

p The fol sound

The the most common vowel
c pasta
d tacos
sound in English. The fa/ sound has man
different spellings, e.g., Hello, Canada, Jritain

a l ·20>)) Listen a nd repeat the words and


~ computer · American Argentinian

~ I Korea Peru

b 1 21 l)) Listen and repeat the sound pictures 1 18 >)) What national anthem
and sentences. Practice with a partner. 5 .. , .
•sit. Writ.e the nationality.
a c 110::,.,
~ chess Chades is Chinm, not b GB d F'
--'--- - " - - -

French. 1 ~g >)) What language is it?

2 shower She's Turkish or

6 Wnte a-din the boxes.

Russian. I'm not sure.

C Turkish D Russian
D Chinese 0 Spanish
~~' We're G erman and
3 ~· jazz
they're Japanese.
c ~ p.166 Sound Bank. Look at the exam le

words and spellings for the sounds in a b.
a 1 22>)) Cover the dialogues. Listen to three interviews sentence stress
in New York City. Which countries are the people from?
p Sentence stress
b Read the dialogues. Complete them with I'm, I'm not, In sentences, we stress the important words.
are, aren't, is, or isn't. Where's she from? She'~ from China.

1 A Are you Mexican? a 1 25 l)) Listen and repeat. Copy the Ih}'.thm.
8 No, Mexican. I A Where are you from?
_ _ _ Argentinian. B I'm from Boston.
A Where you from 2 A A re you American?
in Argentina? B No, I'm not. I'm Australian.
B from C6rdoba.
b Practice the dialogues in 3 with a partner.

c > Communication Where are they from?

A p.100 B p.106.

d Ask people in the class Where are you from?

2 A Where _ __ you
from? 5 VOCABULARY numbers 21-100
8 from Australia, a Look at the signs. Can you
from Darwin. say the numbers?
A Where's Darwin? _ __
it near Sydney?
B No, it
. It's in the
'"' 'PER lfl ~n
B Yes, it
it nice?
. It's SRNTH CRUZ 32

' MONTEREN ;-1 ;1

A Where you b > p.148 Vocabulary Bank Days and I
from? numbers. Do part 3 . j
8 We're from Columbus, Ohio,
in the US.
c 1 27>)) Listen and write the numbers. 1

A you on d Write ten numbers from 21-100.

vacation? Dictate them to a partner. I
C No, we
. We're I
a 1 28 >)) Listen and repeat the pairs
of numbers. What's the difference?
c Listen and check.
a 13 b 30 5 a 17 b 70
d > p.124 Grammar Bank 18. Learn more about 2 a 14 b 40 6 a 18 b 80
the verb be and 8 and practice it.
3 a 15 b 50 7 a 19 b 90
e 1 24 >)) Listen and respond with a short answer. 4 a 16 b 60
>)) /s Sydney the capital of Australia? 00. it isn't. b
1 29>)) Which number do you hear?
Listen and~le a orb above.
f With a partner, write three questions beginning Is ... ?
c Play Bin8o·

or Are ... ? Ask them to another pair.

7 i 30>)) SONG All Over the World ~

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G possessive adjectives· my, your, etc.
V classroom language How do you spell
P /ou/, /u/, far!; the alphabet your last name?

classroom language
a Look at the picture of a classroom.
1 Match the words and pictures.

0 board /b;:ird/
D chair ltJcr/
D COOlpl!ter /hm'pyut~r/
D desk /desk/
L_ door /d:ir/
L pkture /'p1ktJ3r/
[II table /'te1bl/
D wall /w;:il/
D window /'wmdou/
b 1 31 >)) Listen and check.

c >- p.150 Vocabulary Bank

Classroom language.

d 1 3 4 >)) Listen and follow the instructions.

c 1 37l)) Complete the alphabet chart with B, C, D, K, M, N, 0, S,

2 PRONUNCIATION T, U, V, W. Listen and check.
foul, tu!, !ar1; the alphabet
a 1 35>)) Listen and repeat the words and
sounds. ~ Ci> j ~ ~ di 4h- .,~

train tree egg bike phone boot

~ phone close know A

H --
- -

d! boot school do
- - -

·~ car partner are

p x

b 1 36 l)) Look at these common - -

abbreviations. Can you say any of them in
English? Listen and check. d 1 38>)) Listen and1ti~the letter you hear.
BBC USB DVD e Practice saying the phrases below with abbreviations.
a Personal Computer a Very Important Person
BMW ATM the United Kingdom the United States

- a Sport Utility Vehicle

a Disc Jockey
a Portable Document Format
the National Basketball Association
3 LISTENING & SPEAKING b 1 40>)) Listen. Complete the receptionist's

a 1 39J)) A student goes to the US to study English. Listen to the

interview and complete her form . What's your _ _ _ name?
2 _ your last name?
3 do you spell it?
4 Where are you ?
First name (o_ _ _ _ 5 old are you?
6 your address?
last name (s _ _ _ rr _ 7 your zip code?
8 What's your address?
Country 9 What's your ?
c Listen again and repeat the questions. Copy
the rh}'..thm.

Age d Ask your partner the questions. Write down

his or her answers.
Address Avenida Princesa Isabel
p Spelling: email addresses
@ = at . =dot
Zip code

Email ( 4 GRAMMAR possessive

adjectives: my, your, etc.
a Complete the sentences with I, you, my,
Cell phone nurnbe. or your.
Where are _ __ from?
2 What's name?
_ _ _ name's Darly.

b > p.124 Grammar Bank lC. Learn more

about possessive adjectives and practice them.

c 1 42J)) Listen. Change the sentences.

>)) I'm Richard. 0y name's Richard.

> Communication What's his I her real
name? A p.100 B p.106. Find out if some
actors' and singers' names are their real
names or not.

> p.111 Writing Completing a form.
Complete an application for a student visa
and write a paragraph about you.

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Days and numbers
1 DAYS OF THE WEEK 3 NUMBERS 21-100 . ..
a Complete the days of the week with the letters. a Write the numbers.
twenty-~ /'twcnti w ... nJ
W Fr S S Th T M
thirty l'fbrti/
Monday /'rnAndcr/ _ iday /'fra1de1/ thirty-five /'(mti fa1v/
_ uesday f'tuzde1f _ aturday /'s<et;irdcr/ forty i' brt ii
_ ednesday /'wrnzder/ _ unday /'sAnderi forty-three /'farti Ori!
_ursday /'0drzde1/ fifty /'f1fti/
b 1
1110>)) Listen and check. fifty-nine /lftfti narn/
sixty /'s1ksti/
c Cover the days of the week. Say them in order.
~ty-&ven /'s1ksti 'scvn/
~venty /'scvnt i/
the weekend (= Saturday and Sunday) &venty-UYQ /'scvnti tu/
a weekday (= Monday-Friday) eighty /1e1ti/
What day is it to~? It's Friday.
Have a good weekend. You too. righty-eight /'e1ti cit/
See you on Monday. ninety /'namti/
Capital letters ninety-four /'namti f:ir/
Days of the week begin with a capital letter. a/ one hundred /'hAndr;.">d/
Tuesday NOT fttesf:lay
b 1 26>)) Listen and repeat.

2 NUMBERS 0-20
p Pronunciation
13 and 30, 14 and 40, etc., are similar, but the stress is
different, e.g., thirteen, thirty, fourteen, forty, etc.
a Match the words with the numbers.
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twelve twenty eleven #!tee
eighteen five fifteen seven

0 zero /'z1roo/ 11 /r'lcvn/ 4 HIGH NUMBERS

1 one /wAn/ 12 tcwdvi a Write the missing words or numbers.
2 two /tu/ 13 thir~ /0or't in/
_lQS_ a / one hundred and five
3 ~ 10ril 14 four1"ll /br'tin/
two hundred
4 four /hr/ 15 /f1f'tin/
350 three hundred and
5 /farv/ 16 sixteen /siks'tin/
875 eight hundred _ __ seventy-five
6 six /s1ks/ 17 seventeen /sevn'tin/
1,000 a / one thousand /'Oaoznd/
7 /'scvn/ 18 /er' tin/
one thousand five hundred
8 eight /elti 19 nineteen /nam'tin/
2,012 two thousand and _ _ _
9 nine /nam/ 20 /'t wcnti/
5,420 five thousand four ___ and twenty
10 ten /ten/
twenty-five thousand
b • 1,11>)) Listen and check. 100,000 a/ one hundred _ __
1,000,000 a/ one million /'m1lyon/
c Cover the words. Say the numbers.
2,300,000 two million _hundred thousand
p We say the digits separately.
Phone numbers b 4 , 43 >)) Listen and check.

794-1938 =seven nine four, one nine three eight ~ p.72

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a Match the words and continents.
Continent Adjective
~frica 'ccfnb 1
African f~frrbn
~sia /'c13:i.' ~sian /'e13n/
Australia l:l'strc1lya/ Australian h 'strc1ly;m/ fHJlt(
Europe /'yurap/ EuroQ.ean /yur:i'pi:m/ I A( U I (
1 NorthA~ica North American 0( f rltfr0/ ~
I# 0 I A I
South America South American tc I A•
l 0 U1 N
b 1 15 >)) Listen and check.
/~tflia.1tf All.tiff(
O< f AN
c Cover the words and look at the map. Can you remember
the continents and their adjectives?


a ' 1 16 >)) Match the words and countries. Then listen and check.
Country /'kAnlri / Nationality adjective
England /'11Jyl;}ud/ fnglish /'11JghJ'
Ireland /'a1:irl:ind/ Jrish / 1a1r1JI
Spain /~pcm! ~nish /'<;premji'
Turkey ,'1a1ki/ Turkish 't:irk1f/
Chile /'tf1li/ Chilgan /Lf1'lc1an/
Germany /'d3:irmani/ German /'d3arm:in/
Mexico 1'mcks1kou! Mexican /'mcks1k:in/
South Korea l'>aoe b'ri~ South Ko~an 1sati} k::i'rian/
The (United) States I the US(A) American /a'mcrikan,
Brazil /hro'z1J/ Brazilian /bra'zdyan/
l C_gnada /'kreoad:i/ Canadian /ka'ne1di;m/
Iran 11'rren Iranian 1'n.m1;in f
!taly P1treli! Italian lt'tielyan /
Peru /p:i'rul Peruvian ipa'ruvianf
Russia /'11\j·a/ Russian /'rAfn/
China 'tJam::v Chinese 1lfa1'niz/
JaQQD /d3:l1pa:n/ Japa~ fd3e:epo'ni.d
Vietnam /vict'nrem/ Vietnamese /viatna'miz/

France /fncns/ French /frtntf/

Thailand /'taila::nd/ Thai /ta1/

b Cover the words and look at the maps. Can you remember
the countries and nationalities?

p Capital letters
Use CAPITAL letters for countries, continents, nationalities, and
languages, e.g., Japan NOT japan; Spanish NOT spat'lish.

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Classroom language
The teacher says
a Match the phrases and pictures 1- 13.
Open your books, please.
Go to page 84.
l .
Do exercise a.
Read the text.
Look at the board.
Close the door.
1 Work in pairs/ groups.
Answer the questions.
Listen and repeat.
Stand up.
Sit down.
Turn off your cell phone.
Please stop talking!
b 1 32 >)) Listen and check.

You say
a Match the phrases and pictures 14-22.
Sorry, can you repeat that, please?
14 Sorry I'm late.
I don't understand.
Can I have a copy, please?
How do you spell it?
I don't know.
Excuse me, what's _ _ in English?
Can you help me, please?
W hat page is it?
b 1 33 >)) Listen and check.
c Cover the sentences and look at the pictures.
Say the sentences.

Look at the board.
Answer the questions.
• Use the when we know which (board,
questions, etc.).
Look at the board. NOT Look et 6 hoerd.
• Use the w ith singular and plural nouns (t he
board, t he questions).

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