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UNIT 1

DRILLS

1 You are talking to a new friend. Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.

What time do you get up?

I usually get up at seven-fifteen.

What newspapers do you read?

I usually read The Times.


1 What time/get up/seven-fifteen

2 What newspapers/read/The Times

3 What/do at the weekend/play tennis

4 Where/go in the summer/to the seaside

5 When/study English/on Wednesday and Friday evenings

6 What time/go to bed/eleven-thirty


2 Your friend is asking you about your holiday plans. Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


Are you going to Italy?

No, I’m going to England.

Are you going to stay in a hotel?

No, I’m going to stay with my penfriend.


1 Italy/England 4 travel by boat/plane

2 in a hotel/penfriend 5 get up at 8 o’clock/6 o’clock

3 leave on Monday/Saturday 6 see the Queen/Big Ben


3 Talking about experiences. Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


Have you ever been abroad?

Yes, I went abroad last summer.

Have you ever played chess?

Yes, I played chess last week.


1 go abroad/last summer

2 play chess/last week

3 drink German beer/last year

4 eat fresh pasta/last night

5 see a ballet/last Christmas

6 try to understand Japanese/two months ago

4 Open exercise. Answer the questions about yourself. Listen to the examples first.


When's your birthday?

My birthday's on 2nd October.

Have you got any brothers and sisters?

Yes, I've got one brother and one sister.


1 When's your birthday?

2 Have you any brothers and sisters?

3 Have you got a job?

4 What are you going to do this evening?

5 What do you usually do at the weekend?

6 Do you like classical music?

7 Which sports do you like playing?

8 Have you ever been to America?


CASSETTE 1

PREVIEW UNIT 1-5

1

My name is Clare Taylor. I live in Oxford but work in London. I'm the director of an employment agency called 'Work International'. We help people to find work abroad.

2

I'm Josh Kumar. I've got an interview today at Work International. I'm hoping to get a job as a tour guide in Europe.

3

I'm Lisa Webb. I'm Clare's niece from Australia. I'm travelling around Europe and I'm going to stay with Clare in Oxford for the summer.

4

I'm Bob Duncan. I'm Clare's partner at Work International. I'm Scottish. I'm married with two children, aged seven and two. We live in Enfield, just north of London. We've lived there for four years.


UNIT 1 EX. 1

JOSH: Oh, good morning. My name's Josh Kumar. I've got an interviewer with Clare Taylor at half past nine.

WOMAN: Oh yes, hello. Can you fill in this questionnaire, please?

JOSH: Sure. ...

CLARE: Goodbye, Adam. I hope it goes well in Mexico.

ADAM: Thanks. Bye! ...

CLARE: Ah! How do you do, Mr Kumar? I'm Clare Taylor. Nice to meet you

JOSH: How do you do?


penfriend - äðóã ïî ïåðåïèñêå

chess - øàõìàòû

play chess - èãðàòü â øàõìàòû

beer - ïèâî

ballet - áàëåò

Christmas - ðîæäåñòâî

employment agency - áþðî ïî òðóäîóñòðîéñòâó

find (found, found) - íàõîäèòü

interview - ñîáåñåäîâàíèå

tour guide - ãèä

Europe - Åâðîïà

niece - ïëåìÿííèöà

for the summer - íà ëåòî

partner - ïàðòíåð

Scottish - øîòëàíäåö

aged seven and two - â âîçðàñòå 2 è 7 ëåò

fill in - çàïîëíÿòü

questionnaire - àíêåòà

it goes well - äåëà èäóò õîðîøî, âñå õîðîøî

Nice to meet you - Ïðèÿòíî ñ âàìè ïîçíàêîìèòüñÿ


Ïåðåâåäèòå íà àíãëèéñêèé ÿçûê âîïðîñû ïî ñîäåðæàíèþ PREVIEW UNIT 1-5

1

  1. Ãäå æèâåò Clare Taylor? - Oxford

  2. Ãäå ðàáîòàåò Clare Taylor? - London

  3. Clare ðàáîòàåò äèðåêòîðîì áþðî ïî òðóäîóñòðîéñòâó? - Äà

  4. Êàê íàçûâàåòñÿ áþðî ïî òðóäîóñòðîéñòâó? - 'Work International'

  5. ×åì îíè çàíèìàþòñÿ? - ïîìîãàþò ëþäÿì íàéòè ðàáîòó çàãðàíèöåé

2

  1. ×òî Josh Kumar äåëàåò ñåãîäíÿ? - ïðîõîäèò ñîáåñåäîâàíèå â áþðî ïî òðóäîóñòðîéñòâó

  2. ×òî îí íàäååòñÿ ïîëó÷èòü? - ðàáîòó ãèäà â Åâðîïå

3

  1. Êòî òàêàÿ Lisa Webb? - ïëåìÿííèöà Ëèçû èç Àâñòðàëèè

  2. Lisa ïóòåøåñòâóåò ïî Åâðîïå? - Äà

  3. Îíà áóäåò îñòàíàâëèâàòüñÿ ó Clare íà ëåòî? - Äà

  4. Ãäå æèâåò Clare? - Oxford

4

  1. Êòî òàêîé Bob Duncan? - ïàðòíåð Clare â Work International

  2. Êòî ïî íàöèîíàëüíîñòè Bob Duncan? - øîòëàíäåö

  3. Bob Duncan æåíàò? - Äà

  4. Ñêîëüêî ó íåãî äåòåé? - 2

  5. Ñêîëüêî ëåò åãî äåòÿì? 7 è 2

  6. Ãäå îíè æèâóò? - Enfield

  7. Ãäå íàõîäèòñÿ Enfield? - ê ñåâåðó îò Ëîíäîíà

  8. Êàê äîëãî îíè æèâóò òàì? - 4 ãîäà


Ïåðåâåäèòå íà àíãëèéñêèé ÿçûê âîïðîñû ïî ñîäåðæàíèþ UNIT 1 EX. 1

  1.  êîòîðîì ÷àñó Josh ïðîõîäèò ñîáåñåäîâàíèå? - 9.30

  2. Ñ êåì îí âóäåò ðàçãîâàðèâàòü? - Clare Taylor

  3. Josh çàïîëíèë àíêåòó? - Äà



UNIT 2

DRILLS

1 Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


Have you had this car for a long time?

Yes, I've had it for two years.

So, you've got a driving licence now!

Yes, I've had it for six months.


1 Have you had this car for a long time? (two years)

2 So, you've got a driving licence now! (six months)

3 Have you been here long? (an hour)

4 So, you speak Arabic! (seven years)

5 Have you worked in this office for a long time? (fifteen years)

6 So, now you live in Paris! (a year)


2 Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


How long have you worked in this office?

I've worked in this office since January.

How long have you been married?

I've been married since 1990.


1 work in this office/January

2 be married/1990

3 know Karl/be eighteen

4 live in this house/last year

5 had a car/last month

6 have your dog/last week


CASSETTE 1

UNIT 2 EX. 1


CLARE: Tell me about your present job.

JOSH: I work for an organisation called OSS - Overseas Students' Service. I'm an accommodation officer. I help overseas students to find somewhere to live when they arrive in Britain.

CLARE: I see. And how long have you been with this organisation?

JOSH: Er ... for just over a year. Since last May.

CLARE: It sounds an interesting job. Why do you want to leave?

JOSH: Oh, I just want a change. I'd like to travel a bit.

CLARE: What languages do you speak?

JOSH: French, German, Spanish, oh, and Punjabi and a little Hindi.

CLARE: That's good. Now, have you got a driving licence?

JOSH: Yes, I've had one for three years.

CLARE: And what sort of job are you looking for?

JOSH: I'd like a job as a tour guide.


driving licence - âîäèòåëüñêèå ïðàâà

Arabic - àðàáñêèé (ÿçûê)

overseas - çàìîðñêèé, çàãðàíè÷íûé, èíîñòðàííûé

accommodation - çä. : æèëüå

officer - çä. : ñëóæàùèé

somewhere - ãäå-íèáóäü

change - ïåðåìåíà, èçìåíåíèå, ðàçíîîáðàçèå


Ïåðåâåäèòå íà àíãëèéñêèé ÿçûê âîïðîñû ïî ñîäåðæàíèþ UNIT 2 EX. 1

  1. Ñ êåì ðàçãîâàðèâàåò Clare?

  2. Josh ðàññêàçàë åé î ñâîåé òåïåðÿøíåé ðàáîòå? - Äà

  3. Íà êàêóþ îðãàíèçàöèþ ðàáîòàåò Josh? - Overseas Students' Service

  4. Êàêóþ ðàáîòó îí äåëàåò â ýòîé îðãàíèçàöèè? - ïîìîãàåò çàãðàíè÷íûì ñòóäåíòàì íàéòè æèëüå

  5. Êàê äîëãî îí ðàáîòàåò íà ýòó îðãàíèçàöèþ? - ÷óòü áîëåå ãîäà

  6. Êîãäà îí íà÷àë ðàáîòàòü òàì? - â ïðîøëîì ìàå

  7. Ýòî èíòåðåñíàÿ ðàáîòà? - Äà

  8. Ïî÷åìó îí õî÷åò óéòè? - Îí õî÷åò ïåðåìåí.

  9. Îí õî÷åò ïóòåøåñòâîâàòü? - Äà

  10. Íà êàêèõ ÿçûêàõ îí ãîâîðèò? - ôðàíöóçñêèé, íåìåöêèé, Punjabi è íåìíîãîHindi.

  11. Ó íåãî åñòü âîäèòåëüñêèå ïðàâà? - Äà

  12. Êàê äîëãî îíè ó íåãî? - 3 ãîäà

  13. Êàêóþ ðàáîòó îí èùåò? - ðàáîòó ãèäà



UNIT 3

DRILLS

1 Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


I like eating out

So do I.

I don't like washing-up

Nor do I.


1 like/eating out/yes 4 like/cooking/yes

2 not like/washing up/no 5 not like/driving at night/no

3 not like/getting up early/no 6 like/going to discos/yes


1 You always disagree with your brother. Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


I like wearing smart clothes.

Oh, do you? I don't.

I don't like ironing.

Oh, don't you? I do.


1 like wearing smart clothes 4 don't mind cooking

2 don't like ironing 5 hate working late

3 enjoy driving fast cars 6 love classical music


3 Ask about people's habits. Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


Why does Angela usually do the shopping?

She likes doing the shopping.

Why do you never clean the house?

I hate cleaning the house.


1 Angela/usually/do the shopping/like

2 you/never/clean the house/hate

3 Edward/cook/every day/enjoy

4 you/never/iron your clothes/don't like

5 Lisa/never/do the washing up/hate

6 you/usually/walk to work/don't mind


CASSETTE 1

UNIT 3 EX. 8

NARRATOR: Continuing our survey on who does what in the house. Last week Ian talked to a couple from Latin America. This week he's going to talk to Heinz in Germany. Over to you Ian.

IAN: Thank you. So Heinz, how do you and your wife share the household jobs? For example, who does the washing up?

HEINZ: I do that. We have a dishwasher but it's my job to put the dirty dishes into it.

IAN: Do you do the shopping?

HEINZ: No, my wife Erika does the food shopping because I have a long day at work. I come home at six or seven in the evening.

IAN: What about cleaning?

HEINZ: I do the vacuuming. I like to vacuum clean. But Erika cleans the kitchen and the bathroom.

IAN: What about the cooking and ironing? Who does that?

HEINZ: Well, I must say that those are Erika's jobs. I can't cook or iron but I usually help with the laundry.

IAN: Thank you, Heinz. And now back to our studio.

NARRATOR: Thank you, Ian. Now let's hear what our panel have to say about Heinz as a household partner. Pamela.

PAMELA: Well, actually, I'm glad I'm not married to him, he seems quite lazy to me ...


disagree with - íå ñîãëàøàòüñÿ ñ

iron - 1. óòþã (ñóù.) 2. ãëàäèòü óòþãîì (ãë-ë)

mind smth. - íå âîçðàæàòü ïðîòèâ ÷åãî-òî

habit - ïðèâû÷êà

household - äîìàøíåå õîçÿéñòâî

dishwasher - ïîñóäîìîå÷íàÿ ìàøèíà

vacuuming - ÷èñòêà ïûëåñîñîì

vacuum cleaner - ïûëåñîñ

vacuum clean - ïûëåñîñèòü

laundry - çä. : ñòèðêà

back to our studio - âåðíåìñÿ â íàøó ñòóäèþ

panel - çä.: ó÷àñòíèêè äèñêóññèè èëè âèêòîðèíû (â ðàäèî- èëè òåëåïåðåäà÷å)


Ïåðåâåäèòå íà àíãëèéñêèé ÿçûê âîïðîñû ïî ñîäåðæàíèþ UNIT 3 EX. 8


  1. Ñ êåì ðàçãîâàðèâàë íà ïðîøëîé íåäåëå? - ñ ïàðîé èç Ëàòèíñêîé Àìåðèêè

  2. Ñ êåì îí áóäåò ðàçãîâàðèâàòü íà ýòîé íåäåëå? - ñ Õàéíöåì â Ãåðìàíèè

  3. Êòî ìîåò ïîñóäó? - Heinz

  4. Ó íèõ åñòü ïîñóäîìîå÷íàÿ ìàøèíà? - Äà

  5. ×üÿ ðàáîòà ñòàâèòü òàðåëêè â ïîñóäîìîå÷íóþ ìàøèíó? - Heinz

  6. Heinz õîäèò â ìàãàçèí? - Íåò

  7. Êòî õîäèò çà ïîêóïêàìè? - Åãî æåíà

  8. Êàê çîâóò æåíó Õàéíöà? - Erika

  9. Ïî÷åìó Heinz íà õîäèò çà ïîêóïêàìè? - ó íåãî äîëãèé ðàáî÷èé äåíü

  10.  êîòîðîì ÷àñó îí ïðèõîäèò äîìîé? - â 6 èëè 7 âå÷åðà

  11. Êòî ïûëåñîñèò? - Heinz

  12. Heinz ëþáèò ïûëåñîñèòü? - Äà

  13. Êòî ìîåò êóõíþ è âàííóþ? - Erika

  14. Êòî ãîòîâèò è ãëàäèò? - Erika

  15. Heinz óìååò ãîòîâèòü? - Íåò

  16. Heinz îáû÷íî ïîìîãàåò ñî ñòèðêîé? - Äà



UNIT 4

DRILLS

1 Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


I always walk to work.

You mean, you never take the car?

I usually drink coffee without sugar.

You mean, you hardly ever drink coffee with sugar?


1 always/walk to work/take the car

2 usually/drink coffee without sugar/ hardly ever drink coffee with sugar

3 often/use a dictionary/occasionally don't use a dictionary

4 sometimes/get up before six-thirty/sometimes get up after six-thirty

5 never/forget a person's name/always remember a person's name

6 hardly ever/stay in on Saturday night/usually go out on Saturday night


2 Open exercise. Answer these questions about yourself. Listen to the examples first.


How often do you eat out?

I eat out once a week.

How often do you visit your friends?

I visit my friends every day.


1 How often do you eat out?

2 How often do you visit your friends?

3 How often do you buy a newspaper?

4 How often do you go on holiday?

5 How often do you have a party?

6 How often do you buy new clothes?


hardly ever - åäâà ëè

occasionally - èçðåäêà, âðåìÿ îò âðåìåíè

stay in - îñòàâàòüñÿ äîìà


UNIT 5

DRILLS


1 Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


Tell me about your mother.

My mother, who is a policewoman, was born in 1940.

Tell me about your boyfriend.

My boyfriend, who is a engineer, comes from Spain.


1 Tell me about your mother.(mother/policewoman/born 1940)

2 Tell me about your boyfriend.(boyfriend/engineer/come from Spain)

3 Tell me about Simon.(Simon/love dogs/studying to be a vet)

4 Tell me about Irma.(Irma/play the guitar very well/love pop music)

5 Tell me about Antonia.(Antonia/come from Recife/architect)

6 Tell me about your brother.(brother/love antiques/always go to auctions)


CASSETTE 1

UNIT 5 EXERCISE 1

READING

Listen and read the text

Oxford is the most popular tourist attraction in Britain after London and Stratford-upon-Avon. Oxford is famous for its university which is the oldest in Britain and the third oldest in Europe. The university has thirty-five separate colleges. For many years, only five of these colleges were for women. However, since 1979 nearly all the colleges have accepted both men and women. Oxford is not only a university city, it is also a market town, where ordinary people live and work. With over one million visitors a year, it is very difficult nowadays for the residents of Oxford to live their daily lives. Sometimes they feel that the city does not belong to them.


Simon Perrin is a second year undergraduate at Merton College, which is one of the oldest Oxford colleges. It was founded in 1264.

“Oxford is a great place to be as an undergraduate but sometimes you feel as if you are in a goldfish bowl. Everybody wants to see what Oxford students look like and how they live!”


Louisa Williams, who is a nurse, came to Oxford a year ago.

“I’m having a great time here. There are parties every night if you want to go to them. The trouble is, I’m working on night duty at the moment!”


Isabel Santos from Brazil is a student at a language school in North Oxford, where she is studying for her FCE.

“I like Oxford. There is so much history here. The buildings and the river are beautiful. There is everything here - good shops, restaurants and cinemas. In fact, I think Oxford is more fun than London.”


Jack Peters, who works in a car factory in Cowley, a suburb of Oxford, has lived in Oxford for twenty years.

“Oxford has changed a lot. There weren’t so many tourists in the 1960s and 1970s. The city was quite pleasant then. But now in the summer it’s dreadful. There are cars and people everywhere and hundreds of tourists. Oxford isn’t the same any more.”

Ïåðåâåäèòå íà àíãëèéñêèé ÿçûê âîïðîñû ïî ñîäåðæàíèþ UNIT 5 EXERCISE 1

  1. Oxford - ñàìûé ïîïóëÿðíûé òóðèñòè÷åñêèé öåíòð â Áðèòàíèè ïîñëå Ëîíäîíà è Stratford-upon-Avon? - Äà

  2. ×åì çíàìåíèò Oxford? - ñâîèì óíèâåðñèòåòîì

  3. Ýòî ñòàðåéøèé óíèâåðñèòåò â Áðèòàíèè? - Äà

  4. Ýòî òðåòèé ïî âîçðàñòó óíèâåðñèòåò â Åâðîïå? - Äà

  5. Ñêîëüêî â íåì îòäåëüíûõ êîëëåäæåé? - 35

  6. Òîëüêî 5 èç íèõ áûëè äëÿ æåíùèí ìíîãî ëåò? - Äà

  7. Ñ êàêîãî âðåìåíè ïî÷òè âñå êîëëåäæè ïðèíèìàþò è ìóæ÷èí , è æåíùèí? - 1979

  8. Oxford - òîëüêî óíèâåðñèòåòñêèé ãîðîä? - Íåò

  9. Îáû÷íûå ëþäè æèâóò è ðàáîòàþò â íåì? - Äà

  10. Ñêîëüêî òóðèñòîâ ïðèåæàþò â Oxford êàæäûé ãîä? - áîëåå 1 ìèëëèîíà




  1. Ãäå ó÷èòñÿ Simon Perrin? - Merton College

  2. Ýòî îäèí èç ñòàðåéøèõ êîëëåäæåé â Îêñôîðäå? - Äà

  3. Êîãäà îí áûë îñíîâàí? - â 1264 ãîäó




  1. ×åì çàíèìàåòñÿ Louisa Williams? - ìåäñåñòðà

  2. Êîãäà îíà ïðèåõàëà â Oxford? - ãîä íàçàä

  3. Îíà õîðîøî ïðîâîäèò âðåìÿ? - Äà

  4. Âå÷åðèíêè ïðîõîäÿò êàæíûé âå÷åð? - Äà

  5. Îíà ðàáîòàåò â íî÷íóþ ñìåíó? - Äà




  1. Îòêóäà Isabel Santos? - Áðàçèëèÿ

  2. ×åì îíà çàíèìàåòñÿ? - ñòóäåíòêà

  3. Ãäå îíà ó÷èòñÿ? - Ñåâåðíûé Îêñôîðä

  4. Åé íðàâèòñÿ Oxford? - Äà

  5. Çäàíèÿ è ðåêà êðàñèâû? - Äà

  6. Â Îêñôîðäå åñòü âñå? - Äà

  7. Òàì åñòü õîðîøèå ìàãàçèíû, ðåñòîðàíû è êèíîòåàòðû?




  1. Ãäå ðàáîòàåò Jack Peters? - íà àâòîìîáèëüíîì çàâîäå â Cowley

  2. ×òî òàêîå Cowley? - ïðèãîðîä Îêñôîðäà

  3. Êàê äîëãî îí æèâåò â Îêñôîðäå? - 20 ëåò

  4. Oxford ñèëüíî èçìåíèëñÿ? - Äà

  5. Â 1960-õ è 1970-õ ãîäàõ áûëî ìåíüøå òóðèñòîâ? - Äà

  6. Ãîðîä áûë âïîëíå ñèìïàòè÷íûì òîãäà? - Äà

  7. Âåçäå ëþäè è ìàøèíû? - Äà



UNIT 6

DRILLS


1 Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


Is the library opposite the cinema?

No, it's next to the hotel.

Is the hospital on the right?

No, it's on the left.


1 library/opposite cinema/next to hotel

2 hospital/right/left

3 cinema/next to church/next to bank

4 post office/opposite library/right of library

5 hotel/near cinema/near library

6 bank/near football stadium/near hospital


2 Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


Excuse me, can you tell me the way to the post office?

Excuse me, can you tell me the way to the church?


1 post office 4 theatre

2 church 5 cinema

3 library 6 hospital


CASSETTE 1

PREVIEW UNITS 6-10


Match the text with the photographs. Then listen and see if you were right.

A - Excuse me, can you tell me the way to Broad Street, please?

- Yes, of course.


B Lisa's luggage was heavy so she took a taxi to Clare's house in Oxford.

C Lisa, Here's a spare key. Sorry but I have to leave for work early. Enjoy your first day in Oxford! See you this evening.

Clare.


D - Are you staying here long?

- No, I'm going to Scotland in August.


E - Shall I take these to the door for you?

- Thanks. And could you change a 20 note for me, please?


UNIT 6 EX. 7

LISA: I met some people yesterday. They're going to take me out for the day.

CLARE: Oh that's nice. Where do they live?

LISA: In [bleep] How do I get there from here?

CLARE: Oh well, it's very easy. It's about ten minutes' walk.

LISA: That's fine.

CLARE: Well, turn left here outside the house and go down Walton Street.

LISA: Go past Richmond Road on your left. Then take the next turning on your right into Little Clarendon Street.

LISA: Right into Little Clarendon Street. O.K.

CLARE: Go along to the end of Little Clarendon Street and then turn left.

LISA: Turn left. Yes?

CLARE: And that's Woodstock Road.

LISA: Oh, great!

CLARE: What number Woodstock Road do they live at?

LISA: Number 63. They said the house is just past the church on the right.

CLARE: Oh, well, that's very easy. When you turn left into Woodstock Road the church is on the other side of the road. The house will be just past the church.

LISA: Good. That sounds quite easy.

CLARE: Well, if you can't find it, ask someone else! Have a nice day!

LISA: Thanks. Bye.


Ïåðåâåäèòå íà àíãëèéñêèé ÿçûê âîïðîñû ïî ñîäåðæàíèþ PREVIEW UNITS 6-10

B

  1. Áàãàæ Ëèçû áûë òÿæåëûé? - Äà

  2. Åé ïðèøëîñü âçÿòü òàêñè äî äîìà Clare? - Äà

  3. Ãäå æèâåò Clare? - Oxford.

C

Clare îñòàâèëà Ëèçå çàïàñíîé êëþ÷? - Äà

  1. Åé ïðèøëîñü óéòè íà ðàáîòó ðàíî? - Äà

  2. Êîãäà Clare óâèäèò Ëèçó? - ñåãîäíÿ âå÷åðîì

D

  1. Îí îñòàåòñÿ çäåñü íàäîëãî? - Íåò

  2. Êóäà îí åäåò â àâãóñòå? - Øîòëàíäèÿ

E

  1. Òàêñèñò äîíåñ åå ÷åìîäàíû äî äâåðè? - Äà

  2. Îí ïîìåíÿë åé áàíêíîòó 20 ôóíòîâ? - Äà


Ïåðåâåäèòå íà àíãëèéñêèé ÿçûê âîïðîñû ïî ñîäåðæàíèþ UNIT 6 EX. 7

  1. Lisa ïîçíàêîìèëàñü ñ êàêèìè-òî ëþäüìè â÷åðà? - Äà

  2. Îí ïîéäåò ñ íèìè ãóëÿòü ïî ãîðîäó? - Äà

  3. Ãäå îíè æèâóò? - Íåäàëåêî îò Îêñôîðäà

  4. Òóäà ëåãêî äîáðàòüñÿ? - Äà

  5. Ýòî îêîëî 10 ìèíóò õîäüáû? - Äà

  6. Åé íàäî ïîâåðíóòü íàëåâî âîçëå ýòîãî äîìà? - Äà

  7. Åé íàäî ïðîéòè ïî Walton Street? - Äà

  8. Åé íàäî ïðîéòè ìèìîRichmond Road ñëåâà îò íåå?

  9. Çàòåì åé íàäî ïîâåðíóòü íàïðàâî â Little Clarendon Street? - Äà

  10. Åé íàäî ïðîéòè äî êîíöà Little Clarendon Street è ïîâåðíóòü íàëåâî? - Äà

  11. Îíà ïðèéäåò íà Woodstock Road? - Äà

  12. Â êàêîì äîìå íà Woodstock Road îíè æèâóò? - 63

  13. Ãäå íàõîäèòñÿ äîì? - êàê ðàç çà öåðêîâüþ ñïðàâà

  14. Ýòî î÷åíü ëåãêî? - Äà

  15. Lisa ìîæåò ñïðîñèòü êîãî-íèáóäü äðóãîãî? - Äà



UNIT 7

DRILLS


1 Peter is talking about the rules at his new school. Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


We have to do homework.

We don't have to wear school uniform.


1 do homework (yes)

2 wear school uniform (no)

3 pass exams every year (no)

4 go to school on Saturdays (yes)

5 study a foreign language (yes)

6 be polite t

o the teachers (yes)


2 Listen to the examples and respond in a similar way.


Does a teacher have to be attractive?

No, but a teacher has to be hard-working and patient.

Does a writer have to be smart?

No, but a writer has to be resourceful and creative.


1 teacher/attractive/hard-working/patient

2 writer/smart/resourceful/creative

3 nurse/attractive/friendly/efficient

4 model/kind/attractive/reliable

5 hairdresser/resourceful/practical/efficient

6 engineer/friendly/intelligent/hard-working


CASSETTE 1

UNIT 7 EX. 1

DIALOGUE

Josh has now got a job as a tour guide through Work International. His first job is to take a coach party around Europe.


CLARE: O.K. So is everything all right for Monday?

JOSH: Yes, fine. Oh, just one thing. How much do I have to know about each city?

CLARE: You don't have to be an expert but it helps if you know a little.

JOSH: I see.

CLARE: They use local guides.

JOSH: Ah, that's good. Do things ever go wrong on these trips?

CLARE: Oh, yes, often. You have to be quite resourceful!


UNIT 7 EX. 8

INTERVIEWER: What sort of qualities do you look for in a personal assistant?

MANAGER: Well, first of all, I need someone who is one hundred per cent reliable and efficient.

INTERVIEWER: So you think that's the most important thing, to be reliable and efficient?

MANAGER: Yes, I do.

INTERVIEWER: And how intelligent do they need to be?

MANAGER: I would say ... um ... I think it helps if they are intelligent, yes. The best personal assistants are always intelligent.

INTERVIEWER: And is appearance important?

MANAGER: Well, um, of course it's important in this business to look smart but you don't have to be a fashion model.

INTERVIEWER: Right. What about personality?

MANAGER: Well, I like someone who's friendly. That's important when you're all working together of course ...

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