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21st-century competences

TWENTY-ONE
S. Cochrane
A. Greenwood
T. Brelstaff
E. Scorti
A. Zanella

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- Life Skills
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- 136 videos
- Compiti di realtà
- Nuovo Esame di Stato e INVALSI
21st-century competences
S. Cochrane
A. Greenwood
T. Brelstaff
E. Scorti
A. Zanella
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We WaiTeD ageS !
Life Skills, alla base di quei comportamenti positivi e di adattamento
necessari per affrontare le sfide quotidiane della società di oggi.
DiaLogue focu

STUDENT’S BOOK
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! DIALOGUEUE
3 We WaiTeD ageS
L’unità si apre con un
video dialogo che
introduce i temi dell’unità.

MAP IT aiuta gli


studenti a scoprire gli
argomenti di lessico e
grammatica presenti nel
Dialogue Videos
Life Skills dialogo
• • • • •
• • • •
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chiude con un’attività
sulle Life Skills.

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3 VOCABULARY
Per unità, 2 ambiti lessicali
collegati tematicamente
presentati in maniera
visuale.
School skills, strategie di
apprendimento per
memorizzare i vocaboli.
School skills Vocabulary Videos
Ampliamento del lessico
Per ricordare le parole
nuove, è utile scrivere nel Word Bank
le loro definizioni in
inglese insieme a un
in fondo al volume.
esempio. Scrivi una
definizione, come
quelle nell’esercizio 4,

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3 GRAMMAR
• • • •
• • • •
Tabelle, schemi,
spiegazioni e numerosi
esercizi per apprendere
e fissare la grammatica.
Alla fine del volume,
Grammar Revision

Grammar Videos
3 ORAL COMPETENCES
La situazione presentata
nel dialogo di apertura
prosegue e si sviluppa
ulteriormente in questa
pagina, che offre gli
strumenti per lavorare
sulle funzioni
comunicative e potenziare Oral competences
le competenze orali.
Videos

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3 COMPETENCES and CULTURE
Pottermania
Argomenti di civiltà del
mondo anglofono, vicini al
mondo degli adolescenti,
per lavorare sulle
competenze chiave e
C
linguistiche, con un focus
sulle strategie per
sviluppare le abiltà.
In fondo al volume Classic
culture e Festivals.

Nelle unità sono evidenziate le attività KEY K e Trinity T utili


Ng per prepararsi agli esami di certificazione, sono presenti anche attività
in preparazione dell’Esame di Stato ES e alla prova INVALSI I

ReaDiNg
5-6
MAGAZINE – 21st-CENTURY COMPETENCES
READING
Un brano di narrativa per
PaT'S VLog Life Skills
avvicinarsi al piacere della
lettura, con attività sulle
Life Skills.

LISTENING
Attività di ascolto graduali
e guidate organizzate
STEP by STEP.
In chiusura, un esercizio
di speaking per sviluppare
5-6
PaT'S VLog
LiSTeNiNg
ulteriormente le competenze
orali.

PAT’S VLOG
Il vlog di un giovane studente
inglese che ci racconta la sua
vita quotidiana.
Con attività per sviluppare
le competenze digitali Pat’s Vlog
e l’abilità di Writing.
WORKBOOK
Dialogue 1
K
i’D LiKe a SNac Attività sul dialogo di apertura.
1
Vocabulary
Word List di tutto il lessico dell’unità e
del Word Bank con numerosi esercizi
graduati.

Grammar
Spiegazioni grammaticali approfondite
con attività per esercitarsi al meglio.

Summing up 1
1
Utili attività sommative di grammatica 1
per fare il punto su quanto appreso.

Oral competences
Potenziamento delle competenze
comunicative.

Competences and Culture


Gli argomenti di cultura sono lo
spunto per allenarsi sulle competenze.

SEZIONI FINALI

1 C C A

Classic culture Festivals CLIL Compiti di Pronunciation


realtà Bank

Word Bank Grammar Grammar


Revision and Extension Reference Revision
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Contents
STARTER UNIT VOCABULARY: Countries and nationalities – Adjectives – Family and pets – House and
p. 12 furniture – Daily routine and time – Free time and school subjects – Sports – Clothes and
accessories

VOCABULARY
DIALOGUE and School Skills
UNIT 1 I’D LIKE A SNACK Food and drink
p. 16 Map it!
Life Skills:
Workbook p. 114 SOLVING PROBLEMS

I’d like a snack Food


Drinks

UNIT 2 MY DAD WAS IN A BAND Music and musical instruments


p. 26 Map it!
Life Skills: RELATIONSHIPS
Workbook p. 122

My dad was in a band Music


Musical instruments

MAGAZINE 1-2 Reading: Three Men in a Boat Life Skills: KNOW YOURSELF
p. 36 by Jerome K. Jerome

21 -CENTURY COMPETENCES

UNIT 3 WE WAITED AGES Films and TV


p. 40 Map it!
Life Skills: MAKING
Workbook p. 130 DECISIONS

We waited ages Films


TV

UNIT 4 I’M TAKING THE BUS Town and transport


p. 50 Map it!
Life Skills:
Workbook p. 138 SOLVING PROBLEMS

I’m taking the bus Town


Transport

MAGAZINE 3-4 Reading: Around the World in Eighty Days Life Skills: SOLVING PROBLEMS
p. 60 by Jules Verne

21 -CENTURY COMPETENCES
GRAMMAR: Verb be – Verb have got and possessive’s – There is/ ORAL COMPETENCES: Giving personal
There are and some, any – Present simple and adverbs/expressions of information – Asking and answering about
frequency – Verb can – Imperative – Present continuous routine and free-time activities

GRAMMAR FUNCTIONS COMPETENCES


and CULTURE
Countable and uncountable nouns Ordering food and Crazy about you
some, any (2) drink Reading: capire un testo sulla popolarità del curry
How many…?, How much…? nel Regno Unito – Listening: capire una
a lot of / lots of, much / many conversazione tra due ragazzi sul cibo – Speaking:
a few, a little fare domande e dare riposte sulle proprie esperienze
like e would like e preferenze riguardo al cibo – Writing: scrivere una
mail sulle proprie preferenze riguardo al cibo
some, any (2); How many…?, Ordering Focus on reading: Finding specific information
How much…?; a lot of / lots of, much / many; food and drink (scanning)
a few, a little Classic culture p. 206 Typically British!
Possessive pronouns Making So you want to be a star?
Whose…? suggestions Reading: capire un testo sul talent show The X
Past simple of be: affirmative – negative – Factor –
interrogative and short answers Listening: capire informazioni specifiche su due
Past time expressions leggende della musica – Speaking: parlare dei talent
There was/There were show e dell’essere famosi – Writing: scrivere un
breve testo su due leggende della musica
Possessive pronouns; Whose…?; Making Focus on listening: Listening for specific information
Past simple of be: affirmative – negative – suggestions Classic culture p. 207 British music legends
interrogative and short answers; Past time
expressions

Listening: Youth Theatre Pat’s Vlog: I love chocolate!

Past simple affirmative: regular verbs Agreeing and Pottermania


Past simple regular verbs: spelling variations disagreeing Reading: capire un testo sul fenomeno Harry
Past simple affirmative: irregular verbs Potter – Listening: capire un’intervista a due ragazzi
Past simple negative: regular and irregular verbs su Star Wars – Speaking: fare domande e dare
Past simple: interrogative and short answers risposte sull’ultimo film visto – Writing: scrivere una
(regular and irregular verbs) – could breve recensione di un film
Focus on speaking: Writing a film review
Past simple affirmative: regular Agreeing Classic culture p. 208
verbs, spelling variations, irregular verbs; and disagreeing The name’s Bond, James Bond
negative: regular and irregular verbs;
interrogative and short answers (regular and
irregular verbs)
Present continuous (2): future Asking for and Going north!
Prepositions of place (2) giving directions Reading: capire il blog di una ragazza che fa una gita
How far is it?; How long does scolastica nell’Irlanda del Nord – Listening: capire il
it take? programma di una gita scolastica – Speaking:
decidere un itinerario – Writing: scrivere una mail
spiegando il programma di una visita
Present continuous (2): future; Asking for Focus on speaking: Collaborating: discussing,
Prepositions of place (2) and giving directions taking turns and deciding
Classic culture p. 209 The Globe Theatre

Listening: A teen superhero Pat’s Vlog: I walk to school


Contents
VOCABULARY
DIALOGUE and School Skills
UNIT 5 SHE LOOKS LIKE AILA Appearance and personality
p. 64 Map it!
Life Skills:
Workbook p. 146 KNOW YOURSELF

She looks like Aila Physical appearance


Personality

UNIT 6 YOU HAVE TO COME! Chores and positive habits


p. 74 Map it!
Life Skills:
Workbook p. 154 EMOTIONS

You have to come! Chores


Positive habits

MAGAZINE 5-6 Reading: The Prince and the Pauper Life Skills: CREATIVE THINKING
p. 84 by Mark Twain

21 -CENTURY COMPETENCES

UNIT 7 YOU SHOULDN’T GO OUT Illnesses and remedies


p. 88 Map it!
Life Skills: EMPATHY
Workbook p. 162

You shouldn’t go out Illnesses


Remedies

UNIT 8 WHILE I WAS WAITING... Anti-social behaviour and emotions


p. 98 Map it!
Life Skills:
Workbook p. 170 STRESS

While I was waiting... Anti-social behaviour


Emotions

MAGAZINE 5-6 Reading: Frankenstein Life Skills: STRESS


p. 108 by Mary Shelley

21 -CENTURY COMPETENCES

REVISION p. 178 GRAMMAR REFERENCE p. 195

EXTENSION p. 186 GRAMMAR REVISION p. 201

PRONUNCIATION BANK p. 194 CLASSIC CULTURE p. 206


GRAMMAR FUNCTIONS COMPETENCES
and CULTURE
Comparative adjectives  Describing people Guinness World Records
Superlative adjectives  Reading: capire un testo su quattro persone nei
too / (not) enough  Guinness dei primati – Listening: capire una
conversazione sui Guinness dei primati – Speaking:
fare domande e dare risposte sull’Italia – Writing:
descrivere due Guinness dei primati oppure
Comparative adjectives; Superlative descrivere un personaggio famoso
adjectives Describing people Focus on reading: Guessing words from context
Classic culture p. 210 Redheads
must, mustn’t  Permission and Give something back
have to, don’t have to  requests Reading: capire un testo sul volontariato –
mustn’t vs don’t have to  Listening: capire le istruzioni date a un gruppo di
have to: interrogative and short answers volontari – Speaking: parlare delle regole a scuola –
had to  Writing: scrivere una mail sulla scuola in Italia
verbs + -ing  Focus on listening: Taking notes
Classic culture p. 211 The Emerald Isle
must, mustn’t; have to, don’t have Permission
to; mustn’t vs don’t have to; have to: and requests
interrogative and short answers

Listening: Hair trends Pat’s Vlog: Chores!

should: affirmative and negative  Asking for and Rites of passage


should: interrogative and short answers  giving advice Reading: capire un testo su alcuni riti di passaggio
no dall’infanzia all’età adulta – Listening: capire
some, any, no, every compounds  un’intervista alla radio sulla body art – Speaking:
fare domande, dare riposte e esprimere la propria
should: affirmative and negative; Asking for opinione sulla body art – Writing: scrivere una mail
should: interrogative and short and giving advice dando dei consigli
answers Focus on speaking: Giving examples
Classic culture p. 212 Florence Nightingale
Past continuous: affirmative  Giving opinions Why me?
Past continuous: negative  Reading: capire un testo sul bullismo online –
Past continuous: interrogative and short answers  Listening: capire dei consigli su come affrontare il
Past continuous vs Past simple: when and while  bullismo online – Speaking: parlare di problemi
Prepositions + -ing form  sociali – Writing: scrivere un breve testo su un
Adverbs of manner  problema sociale nella propria città
Focus on writing: Adding information – too, as well,
Past continuous: affirmative; Past also
continuous: negative; Past continuous: Giving opinions Classic culture p. 213 Charity shops
interrogative and short answers; Past
continuous vs Past simple: when and while 
Listening: Home remedies Pat’s Vlog: #health

FESTIVALS p. 214 WORD BANK p. 224

CLIL p. 217 IRREGULAR VERBS p. 232

COMPITI DI REALTÀ p. 220 WORD LIST p. 233


Starter
We’re twins!
1 Read Jessica’s post and choose the correct alternative.

HOME ALL ARTICLES CONTACT ME

Hi! I’m Jessica. I’m thirteen years old and I’m


from Leeds in the UK. This (0) is / are a photo
of my family. I (1)’ve / ’ve got a sister. Her
name’s Emma and we’re twins! My (2) dad’s /
dads’ name is Rick. He’s from the USA. My
mum’s name is Carrie. She’s British. So Emma
and I (3) we’re / are British and American.
Our house is a typical British house. It’s lucky
(4) there’s / there are a big garden at the back1
because we’ve got two dogs, a cat and a
rabbit! This is a photo of our rabbit Merlin.
He’s really friendly and cute.

I haven’t got my own (5) bathroom /


bedroom. I’m in a room with my
sister. Sometimes it’s (6) easy / difficult
because Emma isn’t very tidy! We’ve got
an extra room in the attic. There aren’t any
(7) doors / windows, but there’s an old
sofa, (8) some / any bookcases and a big
rug. It’s my favourite room.
Tell me about you!

Glossary
at the back: sul retro

2 1-02 Listen and check.

3 Check it! ES Answer the questions.


1 How old is Jessica? 4 How many pets has Jessica’s family got?
2 Is she an only child? 5 Has Jessica got her own bedroom?
3 Where are Jessica’s parents from? 6 Where is Jessica’s favourite room?

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Starter
4 Map it! Read Jessica’s post again and find examples to complete the map.

Countries and nationalities Verb be

Adjectives

Verb have got and


LaNguage focuS possessive ’s

Family and pets

There is/There are


and some, any
House and furniture

5 Vocabulary Complete the words. 7 Speaking K T Complete the table


My mum’s parents are my grandparents . for you. Then use the information to
1 I’m from Dublin. I’m I.............. . present yourself to your partner.
2 There isn’t any room in the w.................... Name
for my clothes!
3 My dad’s brother is my u.............. . Age
4 Our pet t.............. is very shy and slow!
From
5 We haven’t got a bath, but we’ve got a
s.............. . Family
6 The car is parked in the g.............. .
Pets?
7 My friend’s Ukrainian. She’s from U........... .
8 Ben is very p.............. . He always says Home
thank you.
Favourite
6 Grammar Complete the sentences with room
the correct form of be, have got, there is/
there are, possessive ’s and some or any. A I’m Francesco. I’m...
What is your phone number? 8 Writing Use the information in the table
1 Are there .............. posters in your room? to write a post like Jessica’s (35-50 words).
2 They ............ Moroccan, they’re from Egypt.
3 What are the boys........ names? ..............................................................
4 We .............. any pets. My dad doesn’t like ..............................................................
animals. ..............................................................
5 .............. your friend .............. a
..............................................................
smartphone? No, he .............. .
..............................................................
6 Is there a table in the kitchen? No, ............ .

GRAMMAR REFERENCE p. 195 thirteen 13


Starter

A new school year


1 Jessica messages her friend Toby. Complete their conversation with the words given.
to • History • moment • What • in • free time • at • every • week

Jessica
Hey, Toby. It’s a new
school year! Toby
Yes, unfortunately.

Jessica
(0) What’s the problem?
Toby
I’m tired.

Jessica
Tired? It’s only the first
(1) ..............! Toby
I know, but (2) .............. summer, I get up at ten o’clock, I have
breakfast (3) .............. 11.00, I wear shorts and flip-flops every day.
I’ve got lots of (4) .............., so I go swimming in the afternoon and I
go (5) .............. bed late. It’s great!

Jessica
Yes, well, holidays are Toby
like that!
Now I get up at half past six, I do homework (6) .............. afternoon, and
then I go to football practice. I’m always busy. I never go to bed late!
At the (7) .............., I’m sitting here with six pages of (8) ............... that
I’m trying to memorise. I can’t do it!

Jessica
Calm down, Toby. I don’t know why you’re
worried. You’re really good at History!

2 1-03 Listen and check.

3 Check it! I Read the sentences. Write T (true), F (false) or NG (not given).
1 Toby is happy to be back at school. 4 Toby goes to bed at 9.00 now.
2 Toby gets up late in summer. 5 Toby’s studying right now.
3 Toby doesn’t like going to bed late. 6 Toby thinks his homework is easy.

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Starter
4 Map it! Read the dialogue again and find examples to complete the map.

Daily routine and time Present simple and


adverbs/expressions of
frequency

Free time and school Verb can


subjects

Sports LaNguage focuS Imperative

Clothes and accessories Present continuous

5 Vocabulary Underline the odd one out. 7 Speaking K T In pairs. Ask and
basketball, rugby, gymnastics, volleyball answer about:
1 top, fleece, jacket, trousers • your daily routine in the summer and when
2 coat, scarf, boots, sandals you go to school
3 kitchen, garden, bathroom, hall • the activities and sports you do in summer
4 sing, have dinner, cook, draw and during the school year
5 go to the cinema, get up, have breakfast, • what you are good at
get dressed • what you wear in summer and what you are
6 morning, Sunday, afternoon, evening wearing today
7 French, German, Geography, Spanish A What’s your daily routine in the summer?
8 judo, karate, gymnastics, swimming B In the summer, I usually get up at...

6 Grammar Write the questions. Use the 8 Writing Write a paragraph about your
Present simple, Present continuous or can. partner’s answers to exercise 7 (35-50
Then write answers that are true for you. words).
you / prefer / the summer or the winter?
Do you prefer the summer or the winter? ..............................................................
1 What time / you / usually / get up on school ..............................................................
days?
..............................................................
2 your friends / walk to school?
3 What / sports / you / like? ..............................................................
4 you / ski? (ability) ..............................................................
5 your best friend / sing well? (ability)
..............................................................
6 What / you / do / at the moment?
7 How often / you / go to bed late?
8 your teacher / write on the board now?

GRAMMAR REFERENCE p. 198 fifteen 15


i’D LiKe a SNacK

Before you start


1 Look at the photo
and answer.
1 Where are Eddie
and Maisie?
2 What has Maisie
got in her hands?

Watch and listen Eddie Oh… that’s not many.


Maisie Would you like beans on toast?
2 1-04 Read and listen.
Eddie Yes, please. And maybe a glass of water
Eddie is at Maisie’s house. too?
Maisie I’m starving! Maisie Oops. There aren’t any beans.
Eddie Me too. Is there any food in the fridge? Eddie How much money have you got?
I’d really like a snack. Maisie Not much. Why?
Maisie Let’s have a look. Hmm… There are Eddie I’ve got £10. Why don’t we get a
some very sad carrots. takeaway? My treat.
Eddie No, thanks. Maisie Great idea. I fancy some chips.
Maisie And there are lots of olives.
Eddie No, sorry. I don’t like olives. 3 1-05 Listen again and repeat.
Maisie There’s a little broccoli soup.
Eddie Broccoli? Check it
Maisie Yes, it’s mum’s speciality. It’s quite good 4 Write Maisie and/or Eddie. Who…?
actually.
1 wants something to eat? ..............
Eddie I’m sure it’s delicious. Is there any
2 doesn’t like olives? ..............
bread?
3 likes broccoli soup? ..............
Maisie Yes, there are a few slices, but they’re
pretty old. 4 wants something to drink? ..............
Eddie How many slices are there? 5 has got ten pounds? ..............
Maisie Three. 6 wants to go out for some food? ..............

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Dialogue 1
Map it!
5 Read the dialogue again and complete the map.

Vocabulary
Find 5 other examples of food and a drink.
DiaLogue focuS carrots
..................................................................

Grammar
Find at least 4 other Find 7 other Find 2 questions with
countable nouns. expressions of quantity. How many and How much.
snack any ............................................
..................................... ..................................... ............................................
..................................... ............................................
Find at least 4 other .....................................
uncountable nouns. .....................................
food .....................................
..................................... .....................................

Real English
6 Match the expressions (1-5) from the dialogue to their translations (a-e).
1 I’m starving a diamo un’occhiata
2 let’s have a look b Offro io
3 pretty old c Ho voglia di... / Mi andrebbero...
4 My treat d Sto morendo di fame
5 I fancy... e piuttosto vecchie

Say it
7 In pairs. Act out the dialogue.

8 K T In pairs. Ask and answer the questions.


1 Can you cook?
2 Who usually cooks in your family?
3 When do your family eat together?
4 Do you like olives and broccoli soup?
5 How often do you get a takeaway?
A Can you cook?
B I can cook easy things like pasta.

Life Skills SOLVING PROBLEMS


9 In pairs. Discuss these questions.
• What problem do Eddie and Maisie have? How do they solve it?
• Do you think it is a good solution? Why? / Why not?

WORKBOOK p. 114 seventeen 17


1 Vocabulary

Food and drink

1 bananas 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10 11

12 13 14 15 16

17 18 19 20 21

22 23 24 25 26

1 1-06Food Match the words to the pictures (1-26). a slice of bread/cake


Then listen, check and repeat. a glass / bottle of water/
bananas • crisps • tuna • chicken • grapes • potatoes • toast • milk
rice • cereal • courgettes • bread • chips • biscuits • jam • a packet of pasta/biscuits
ham • eggs • burger • pasta • salad • sausages • carrots • a cup of coffee/tea
a bowl of soup/cereal
tomatoes • cheese • cake • yoghurt • apples

18 eighteen WORD BANK p. 224


1
2 1-07 Drinks Match the words to the pictures (1-6).

Then listen, check and repeat.


cola • orange juice • coffee • milk • tea • water

1 coffee 2 3 4 5 6

Think
3 In pairs. Complete the map with words from exercises 1 and 2. You
can use some words more than once.

fruit vegetables
basics meat
pasta

fish
FOOD
snacks and
DRINKS
dairy products sweet things

Listening
4 1-08 I Listen to the 5 conversations and answer the questions.
School skills 1 What has Mike got? ..........................
Classificare il lessico in 2 What does Cath usually have for breakfast? ..........................
modo personalizzato ti 3 What does Zac want? ..........................
aiuta a ricordare le 4 What does David want with his chicken? ..........................
parole. Crea una tabella 5 What’s in Amy’s sandwich? ..........................
per Food and drink con
due categorie: healthy
(sano) / less healthy Speaking
(meno sano), e 5 K T In pairs. Ask and answer about food and drink.
completala nel modo
1 Do you like…?
che ti sembra più
corretto. 2 How often do you eat it?
3 What do you usually eat for breakfast / lunch / dinner / a snack?
4 What do you never eat? Why?
A Do you like chicken? A How often do you eat it?
B Yes, I love chicken. B I usually eat it once a week.

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1 A
Grammar
Countable and uncountable ✓
Uncountable (only singular)
There’s some bread.
nouns ✗ There isn’t any bread.
Countable Uncountable ? Is there any bread?
a carrot food
singular Some e any si usano con sostantivi numerabili
an olive soup
plurali o con sostantivi non numerabili.
two carrots
plural WORKBOOK p. 116
four olives

• I sostantivi numerabili si possono contare e


2 Complete the affirmative sentences with
a/an or some.
hanno la forma sia singolare sia plurale.
There is a new student in our class.
• I sostantivi non numerabili non si possono
There is some tuna in the fridge.
contare e non hanno la forma plurale. Non
possono essere preceduti dall’articolo a/an. 1 They’re buying ............... crisps at the bar.
2 I have ............... cereal for breakfast, but Jo
has ............... apple and ............... banana.
Check it
Choose the correct alternative. 3 I’ve got ............... money in my bag.
4 Please buy ............... bananas and ...............
I sostantivi non numerabili hanno / non hanno
peaches at the market.
solo la forma singolare.
5 We’re having ............... salad and ...............
WORKBOOK p. 116 burger for dinner.
6 I want ............... big cake for my birthday!
Alcuni sostantivi che sono numerabili in italiano
non lo sono in inglese, per esempio: money,
3 Look at the list of what food and drink
there is (✓) or isn’t (✗) in Maisie’s kitchen.
news, homework, information.
Write an affirmative or negative sentence
Money isn’t important. for each item.
The news is depressing. There are some courgettes.
There isn’t any rice.
1 1-09Complete the table with the nouns.
Then write a/an or – (no article). Listen and
check. cou rge tte s ✓
egg • apple • salt • book • sausage • ric e X
pasta • toast • rice • banana • water mi lk ✓
ora ng e jui ce X
Countable Uncountable sau sag es X
a potato – jam on ion s ✓
ha m X
bis cu its ✓
4 1-10Write the questions for these
answers. Use a, an, some or any. Then
B some, any (2) listen and check.
Is there any food in the fridge? Has Kai got any brothers?
There are some carrots. There aren’t any beans. Yes, Kai has got two brothers.
Countable 1 Yes, my parents have got a car.
singular plural 2 No, there aren’t any lemons on that tree.
✓ There’s an egg. There are some eggs. 3 No, I haven’t got any sweets.
✗ There isn’t an egg. There aren’t any eggs. 4 Yes, there is some ham in that sandwich.
? Is there an egg? Are there any eggs? 5 Yes, there is an exam tomorrow.
6 Yes, I’ve got some homework tonight.

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1
C How many…?, How much…? D a lot of / lots of, much / many
How many slices are there? There are lots of olives.
How much money have you got? Three… that’s not many.
Countable Uncountable How much money have you got? Not much.
How many friends How much food is in Countable
have you got? the fridge? ✓ There are a lot of / lots of students.
✗ There aren’t many students.
Si usano How many e How much per fare
? Are there many students?
domande sulla quantità.
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Uncountable
5 Choose the correct alternative. ✓ There’s a lot of / lots of pasta.
✗ There isn’t much pasta.
How many / How much cheese is there?
? Is there much pasta?
1 How many / How much water do you
drink every day? • A lot of/lots of, much e many si usano per
2 How many / How much students are at dire se c’è o non c’è una grande quanità.
your school? Corrispondono a ‘molto/a, molti/e’.
3 How many / How much calories are in this WORKBOOK p. 118
cake?
4 How many / How much TV do you watch? Check it
5 How many / How much fruit do you eat? Complete the rule.
6 How many / How much people are at the Si usano a lot of/lots of sia con sostantivi
party? numerabili sia .............................. .
6 Look at the recipe for Maisie’s mum’s
broccoli soup. Complete the questions
with How many or How much. Then write
7 Complete the sentences with a lot of/lots
of, much or many.
the answers.
There are a lot of / lots of T-shirts in your
wardrobe.
Mum’s (quick) broccoli soup 1 Is there ............... traffic in the city centre?
• 1 tablespoon of olive oil 2 There’s ............... fruit on that cake.
• 1 large onion (cipolla) 3 There isn’t ............... salt on these chips.
• garlic (aglio) 4 There aren’t ............... sausages on the
• 300 grams of broccoli barbecue.
• 1 potato 5 There are ............... people at the concert.
• 300 mls of vegetable or 6 Are there ............... shops in your area?
chicken stock (brodo)
• Salt and pepper 8 Write sentences or questions with a lot of/
lots of, much or many.
* Time: only 40 minutes!
I / have got / stuff in my room!
I’ve got a lot of stuff in my room!
1 my parents / not / drink / coffee
How many ingredients are there?
2 Carrie / read / books
There are seven ingredients. 3 you / have got / free time / ?
1 ..................... olive oil is there? 4 Nico / have got / comics
2 ..................... onions are there? 5 there be / not / cheese / on this pizza
3 ..................... grams of broccoli are there? 6 tourists / come here in summer / ?
4 ..................... potatoes are there?
5 ..................... time does the recipe require?

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1 E
Grammar
a few, a little 12
Summing up
1-12Clare’s mum is at the supermarket.
There are a few slices. There’s a little soup. She phones Clare to ask what she needs to
buy. Read the dialogue and choose the
Countable Uncountable
correct alternative. Then listen and check.
I’ve got a few books in There’s a little rice
my room. from yesterday evening.

A few e a little corrispondono a ‘un po’ di,


alcuni/e, qualche’.
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9 Complete the sentence with a little or a


few.
Is there any milk? – There’s a little .
1 She’s got ............... money, but not much.
Mum Are there (0) any / much sausages in the
2 I like ............... jam on my toast.
fridge?
3 Would you like ............... crisps?
Clare Yes, there are (1) some / any sausages
4 I know ............... students in your class.
and (2) a little / a few eggs.
5 There’s ............... orange juice in the fridge.
Mum Is there (3) any / a milk?
6 I’d like ............... days to relax!
Clare Yes, there’s (4) many / a lot of milk and
10 Rewrite the sentences with the
1-11 (5) lots of / a few yoghurt.
same meaning using a little or a few. Then Mum How (6) much / many tomatoes are there?
listen and check. Clare There are (7) a few / a little tomatoes, but
He doesn’t want much rice. there’s only (8) one / any carrot.
He wants a little rice. Mum Is there (9) a / much cheese?
1 There aren’t many trees in this park. Clare No, there isn’t, there’s only (10) a little /
2 She doesn’t like much salt on her chips. a few.
3 We haven’t got many bananas. Mum How (11) much / many bread is there?
4 My sister doesn’t watch much TV. Clare There’s (12) many / a lot of bread, but
5 We don’t eat much meat. there aren’t (13) many / much biscuits.
6 Don’t give me much pasta. Mum How (14) many / much fruit is there?
Clare There aren’t (15) some / any apples, but
Attenzione a non confondere like e would like. there are (16) lots of / a little oranges.
I don’t like olives.
Would you like beans on toast? 13 Translate the dialogue between Ivo and
his English friend Alex into English.
I like... = Mi piace…
Ivo Che cosa mangi a colazione?
Do you like...? = Ti piace...?
Alex Bevo del tè e mangio del pane tostato con
I would like (I’d like)… = Voglio/Vorrei...
tanta marmellata.
Would you like...? Vorresti...?
Ivo Quanto tè bevi?
Alex Solo una tazza e non prendo zucchero. Nei
11 Complete the sentences with the correct
fine settimana qualche volta prendo dei
form of like or would like.
cereali con il latte. E tu?
1 Alice loves sport and she really .................... Ivo Di solito bevo un po’ di latte e mangio dei
football. biscotti.
2 ................... a glass of water? – Yes, please. Alex Quanti biscotti mangi?
3 .................... Brad Pitt? – I love him! Ivo Non mangio molti biscotti, solo tre o
4 I .................... a new phone. Mine’s old. quattro, ma a volte mangio una fetta di torta.
5 We .................... winter. It’s cold and dark!

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Oral competences
Functions
1
1
Ordering food and drink
1 1-13 Complete the dialogue with the words

given. Then watch the video, listen and check.


£9.99 • lots of • fish • drink • a little •
Small • chips • everything
Man Hi, guys. What can I get you?
Maisie I’d like a portion of (1) .............., please.
Eddie I’ll have the (2) .............. and chips, please.
Man Small or large portions?
Eddie (3) ............... . How does the dialogue end on p. 16?
Man Would you like salt and vinegar? What do Eddie and Maisie decide to do?
Maisie No, thanks.
Eddie I’d like (4) .............. salt and (5) .............. vinegar.
Man What would you like to (6) ..............?
Eddie I’ll have a still water.
Maisie And I’ll have a sparkling water, please.
Man Is that (7) ..................................? Real English
Maisie Yes, thanks. salt and vinegar: sale e aceto
Man That’s (8) ............... then. still water: acqua liscia/naturale
Eddie Here you are. sparkling water: acqua frizzante

2 1-14 Listen again and repeat.

3 1-15 KEY LANGUAGE Complete the mini-dialogues using words from


the dialogue in exercise 1. Then listen and check.

ASK/SAY ANSWER
1
What can I (1) .................... you?
I’d (2) .................... a burger, please.
2
(3) ................ you like chips with that?
No, (4) .................... . / Yes, please.
3
What would you like (5) ....................? I’ll (6) .................... a cola, please.

4 Is that (7) ..........................?


Yes, thanks.
5 (8) .................... £5.50 then.
OK. Here you are.

4 Speaking In pairs. Use the café menu and the ........Menu........ .......Drinks.......
Key language in exercise 3 to order food. Take
turns to be the customer and the waiter or Burger £3.20 Cola £1.50
waitress. Fish £4.50 Water
Sausages £2.30 (still or sparkling) £1.00
A Good afternoon. What can I get you? Chips £1.70 Tea or coffee £2.00
B Hello. I’d like... Cheese
sandwich £2.50

5 FAST FINISHERS Write your ideal café menu.

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1 Competences and Culture

Crazy about curry!


People in the UK love food.
As well as1 their own traditional
dishes like fish and chips and
roast beef, the British also enjoy
food from all around the globe:
Italian pasta, Spanish tapas,
Chinese stir-fry2 and Japanese
sushi are all very popular. But
one dish3 really is the nation’s
favourite: the Indian curry.

What is curry? Bangladesh and Pakistan. All names5 in the UK. Some curries,
Curry isn’t just one dish, and it curries have meat or vegetables like Korma, have yoghurt in them
isn’t only Indian. In fact, when the in a spicy sauce4, and there is an and are quite mild6. Others, like
British talk about ‘Indian curry’, enormous variety. Their exotic Vindaloo, are extremely hot7 and
they are referring to the hundreds names – Jalfrezi, Madras, Rogan lots of people find them almost
of different dishes from India, Josh – are now household impossible to eat!

Reading
1 Look at the main title above. What do you think these numbers in
the article about curry refer to? Scan the complete text and find out. Focus on
a 12,000 b 100,000 c 70 d 23 million e 4.2 billion reading
Per trovare informazioni
2 Read and listen to the text. Then correct the information in
1-16
specifiche:
the sentences.
• controlla quello che
1 Typical British dishes include fish and chips and stir-fry. stai cercando (un
2 ‘Indian curry’ is only from India. numero, un nome, un
3 Curries always contain chicken. luogo, un’orario, ecc.)
• leggi i titoli e la prima
4 Curries are always hot.
frase di ciascun
5 The Curry Mile is in Brick Lane. paragrafo per
6 The name Balti comes from ‘stir-fry’. identificare dove si
trova la risposta
Listening • scorri (scan) il
paragrafo per trovare le
3 1-17 I Listen to Ava and Charlie talk about food. Where are they? informazioni
a at an Indian restaurant b at a party c at a street food market
4 1-17 I K Listen again and choose the correct alternative.
1 Ave and Charlie each have two / three / four / five different dishes.
2 Charlie is eating fish / chicken / vegetables / meat with rice.
3 Charlie’s dish is from Sri Lanka / Bangladesh / India / Pakistan.
4 Ava’s dish is from Thailand / India / Sri Lanka / Bangladesh.
5 Ava’s curry has got sweets / bananas / tomatoes / potatoes in it.

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1
How popular is it?
The statistics are quite amazing8.
About 23 million people in the UK
eat curry regularly, and there are
over 12,000 Indian, Pakistani and
Bangladeshi restaurants, or ‘curry
houses’, around the country. About
100,000 people work in the UK’s
Culture flash
curry houses, and the British spend Birmingham non è
about £4.2 billion9 in them every l’unica città britannica
year. There is even a National Curry ad aver inventato una
ricetta a base di curry.
Week. Yes, curry is certainly big in
Si dice che uno dei
the UK!
piatti più popolari,
Chicken Tikka Masala
Where’s the best place sia stato inventato a
to eat it? Glasgow negli anni ’70
da uno chef bengalese.
There are some Indian restaurants in
every town and city, but where is the
UK’s ‘Curry Capital’? Perhaps it’s
London. Its large Bangladeshi
Glossary
community in Brick Lane is famous as well as: oltre a
stir-fry: saltato in
for its curry houses and its amazing
padella
street food market. Or is it dish: piatto
Manchester? The ‘Curry Mile’ in the spicy sauce: salsa
south of the city has over 70 South speziata
Asian restaurants in just one road! household names:
Or is it Birmingham? The city has its nomi comuni
very own curry recipe10 – the Balti. mild: delicato, non
It’s a bit like stir-fry and the name piccante
comes from the special bowl used to hot: piccante
amazing: incredibili
cook it. Well, there’s only one way to
billion: miliardi
find out… Anyone fancy a curry? recipe: ricetta

Speaking
5 K T In pairs. Ask and answer the questions. Use the Useful Useful language
language to help you.
I sometimes / often / never...
1 Are you surprised by any of the information in the reading text? I’d like to try…
2 Do you ever eat curry? If not, would you like to try it? There are lots / a few...
3 Is food from other cultures popular where you live? ...is / isn’t very popular
4 What food from other countries do you like? I like / love / don’t like...
5 Have you got a favourite restaurant? What is it?
6 What’s your favourite dish?

Writing
6 ES K Your friend Emily from England wants to know what food
people enjoy in Italy. Write an email (35-50 words) and tell her:
• what kinds of restaurants or street food there are where you live
• the different kinds of food you enjoy
• your favourite dish
Hi Emily, I’m writing to tell you about…

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MY DaD WaS iN a BaND

Before you start


1 Look at the photo
and answer.
1 Where are Eddie
and Ryan?
2 What is there in
Eddie’s room?

Watch and listen Ryan My dad was in a band too. Centuries ago.
He was the lead singer.
2 1-18 Read and listen. Eddie You’re joking! Were they famous?
Ryan visits Eddie on Saturday. Ryan No, they weren’t, but there were photos
Eddie You weren’t at school yesterday. of him in a magazine, with pink hair. It
Ryan I was at the football tournament, wasn’t a good look!
remember? Hey, whose is this guitar? Is Eddie What a laugh!
it yours? Ryan Yes, totally embarrassing…
Eddie Yes, it is. It was my dad’s when he was Eddie Hey, why don’t we go to a concert
young, but now it’s mine. together? We can go with Sophie.
Ryan Cool! Was he in a band?
Eddie Yes, he was – in the 90’s. They weren’t
3 1-19 Listen again and repeat.
very good.
Ryan What type of music? Check it
Eddie Rock. He’s mad about Oasis. 4 Match the names and phrases to make
Ryan Who? sentences.
Eddie You know, Oasis. They were a really 1 Eddie… a was a guitarist.
famous band in the 90’s. 2 Eddie’s dad… b was a singer.
Ryan Right. I don’t know a lot about 90’s rock 3 Ryan… c has got a guitar.
music. So, can you play the guitar? 4 Ryan’s dad… d were a 90’s rock band.
Eddie Not very well, but it’s fun. 5 Oasis… e doesn’t know Oasis.

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Dialogue 2
Map it!
5 Read the dialogue again and complete the map.

Vocabulary
Find a type of music and a musical
DiaLogue focuS instrument.
..........................................................
..........................................................

Grammar
Find at least 5 other Find 3 other examples Find an example of
examples of the Past of the Past simple of the There was or There
simple of the verb be: verb be: interrogative or were.
affirmative or negative. short answers. ................................
You weren’t (at school) Was he (a guitarist)? ................................
....................................... ...................................... Find another
....................................... ...................................... possessive pronoun.
....................................... ...................................... yours
.......................................
................................
........................................

Real English
6 Complete with expressions from the dialogue.
1 ........................................ = È appassionato di
2 ........................................ = Sai, no?
3 ........................................ = Secoli fa
4 ........................................ = Non era un bel look!
5 ........................................ = Che ridere!

Say it
7 In pairs. Act out the dialogue.

8 K T In pairs. Ask and answer about where you were at


these times.
yesterday morning • last night • on Saturday afternoon •
on Sunday morning • in August
A Where were you (yesterday morning)?
B I was (at school).

Life Skills RELATIONSHIPS


9 In pairs. Discuss these questions.
• Do you think Eddie and Ryan have a good friendship? Why?
• What do you do for your friends?

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2 Vocabulary

Music and musical instruments

1 R&B 2 ....................... 3 ....................... 4 ....................... 5 .......................

6 ....................... 7 ....................... 8 ....................... 9 ....................... 10 .......................

1 1-20 Music Match the words to the pictures (1-10). Then listen and check.
pop • classical • jazz • punk rock • Latin • heavy metal • R&B • rap • reggae • rock

Think
2 Read the clues and complete the crossword with the types of music.

2
Across
1 1 In this music the singer speaks the words.
3 This music comes from central and south
America and includes salsa and samba.
3
4 5 This music comes from Jamaica.
6 Symphony orchestras usually play this kind
5 of music.
Down
6 2 A loud and aggressive type of music.
The musicians often have strange hair styles!
4 Complete the name: .......... metal.

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2
3 1-21 Instruments Match the words to the instruments (1-6).
Then listen and check.
drums • violin • guitar • flute • trumpet • keyboard

1 guitar 2 3 4 5 6

Think
4 Listen to 6 musical extracts. Can you identify the musical
1-22

instrument?
School skills 1 ...................................... 4 ......................................
Crea una sezione nel 2 ...................................... 5 ......................................
tuo quaderno per 3 ...................................... 6 ......................................
organizzare i nomi
degli strumenti
musicali nelle
seguenti categorie:
Listening
strings (archi), wind 5 Listen to Shona and Dexter. Match the people to the type of
1-23
(fiati), percussion music and musical instrument.
(percussioni),
electronic Shona violin punk rock
(elettronica). Man
mano che impari Shona’s brother bass guitar jazz
nuove parole,
Dexter flute R&B
aggiungile a queste
categorie. Dexter’s dad drums heavy metal
trumpet rock
keyboard classical

Speaking
6 K T In pairs. Ask and answer about music and instruments.
1 Do you like…?
2 Can you play…?
3 What’s your favourite type of music?
4 Who’s your favourite singer or band? Why?
5 What type of music do you never listen to? Why?
6 Which instrument would you like to play?
A Do you like rap?
B Yes, I do. I love it. / No, I don’t. I can’t stand it.

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2 A
Grammar
Possessive pronouns B Whose…?
It’s my guitar. It’s mine. Whose + is / + the / this / + sostantivo + ...?
are these
Possessive Possessive
adjectives pronouns Whose is this guitar?
my mine • Si usa il pronome interrogativo Whose …? per
your yours chiedere a chi appartiene qualcosa.
his his • Si può rispondere con l’aggettivo possessivo,
her guitar hers il pronome possessivo oppure il genitivo
sassone.
our ours
It’s my guitar. / It’s mine. / It was my dad’s.
your yours
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their theirs
WORKBOOK p. 124
3 Read the information and write questions
Check it with Whose. Then write the answers.
Complete the rule.
Oscar goes swimming. Ellie plays tennis.
Il pronome possessivo sostituisce l’aggettivo
Susie and Max are crazy about football.
possessivo + il .................... .
goggles
1 Choose the correct alternative.
Whose are the goggles?
–They’re Oscar’s.
John is my / mine brother.
–They his goggles.
1 This is my / mine pen and that’s your / –They’re his.
yours.
1 football 4 racquet
2 The red bag is her / hers.
2 tennis shoes 5 swimming cap
3 Our / Ours room is opposite your / yours.
3 flip-flops 6 Juventus T-shirts
4 Their / Theirs teacher is talking to our /
ours.
5 Your / Yours phone is new, my / mine is
old.
C Past simple of be: affirmative
2 Complete the mini-dialogues with
1-24
soggetto + was / were
possessive pronouns. Then listen and check.
He was the lead singer.
Fred Is this your guitar, Joe?
They were a really famous band in the 90’s.
Joe No, it isn’t. This is brown and mine
is red. Affirmative
1 Dad This is Sam’s bike. Where are I was
.............., Lynn and Jen? You were
famous.
Jen .............. are in the garage, Dad. He / She / It was
2 Sally Is this your friends’ dog, Dan? We / You / They were
Dan No, it isn’t. This is black, ..............
is white. Si usa il Past simple del verbo be per parlare di
3 Liam Are those Julia’s headphones? fatti e stati conclusi nel passato.
Kara Yes, they’re ............... .
4 Ava Is this your brother’s jacket? Check it
Evan No, it isn’t. .............. is small, this Choose the correct alternative.
is big. Was e were si possono / non si possono
5 Paul Are these your keys, Beth? contrarre.
Beth Oh, yes, they’re .............. . Thank you!
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