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Level 2 - Oxford University Press
Level 2
1
Tom’s playing today
Check it out!
(PGPSJU
8FMMEPOF
SJHIUOPX
1
Read and listen Chi è il giocatore
di punta della squadra di basket?
1.02
a Kate
b Shiv
c Tom
Kate intervista Coach Carson, l’allenatore
americano della squadra di basket.
,BUF
$$
thirty-six
,BUF
$$
36
,BUF
$$
,BUF
$$
Hi, I’m Kate Jones. I’m writing an article
about the basketball team for the
school magazine. Can I ask you some
questions?
OK, but quickly. I’m watching the
match.
Are we winning?
Yes, we are. Tom’s playing today. He’s
our star player.
Who’s Tom?
He’s the tall boy with blond, spiky hair.
Oh, there’s Shiv! He’s in my class. Is he
playing well?
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Vai!
Bravo
subito! / adesso!
No, he isn’t. He usually plays well, but
he’s playing badly today. Go for it, Tom!
Più tardi…
,BUF
Well done, Tom. You’re a great player.
How often do you train?
5PN
I train every day. There’s a big match in
December.
,BUF
Whose phone’s ringing? Is it yours?
5PN
Yes, it’s mine. Oh, it’s my mum!
.VN Tom, come home right now! You’re in
big trouble!
1.03
Riascolta e ripeti.
2 Comprehension
Rispondi alle domande.
Why is Kate interviewing Coach Carson?
Who is the basketball team’s star player?
Who is in Kate’s class?
Who phones Tom after the match?
1
Level 2
Language focus
3 Dialogue focus
Completa i minidialoghi con le domande del riquadro.
Is he playing well? Who’s Tom? Can I ask you some questions?
Whose phone’s ringing? How often do you train?
1 ,BUF I’m writing an article about the basketball
team for the school magazine.
Can I ask you some questions?
$$
,BUF
$$
,BUF
OK, but quickly. I’m watching the match.
... 1
He’s the tall boy with blond, spiky hair.
Oh, there’s Shiv! He’s in my class.
2
$$
No, he isn’t. He usually plays well, but
he’s playing badly today.
2 ,BUF 3
5PN I train every day. There’s a big match
in December.
3 ,BUF
4
1.04
5PN
4
Is it yours?
Yes, it’s mine.
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Leggi la conversazione. Poi scrivi tre dialoghi simili.
Usa le espressioni del riquadro.
"What are you doing at the moment?
# I’m playing basketball.
6 Pairwork
at the weekend every afternoon
every evening three times a week
on Wednesdays
" How often do you play basketball?
# I play basketball three times a week.
A coppie. Ora recitate i dialoghi dell’es. 5.
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thirty-seven
study English do my homework
watch TV play volleyball
play basketball
37
Level 2
Vocabulary
1
Physical descriptions
1
Match. / Abbina.
ankle arm chest chin ear elbow eye eyebrow finger foot/feet
hand head knee leg mouth neck nose shoulder thumb toe
1
2
11
head
2
12
3
13
4
14
5
15
6
16
7
17
8
18
9
19
10
20
Look and choose. / Osserva e scegli.
Jake
Emma
Ben
Lizzie
Jake is very tall / short and very fat / slim. He’s got short / long spiky hair and
GSFDLMFT / BCFBSE. He’s got BNPVTUBDIF / glasses.
Emma’s quite short / tall and slim / fat. She’s got shoulder-length, straight / wavy hair.
Ben is short and fat / slim. He’s got NFEJVNMFOHUI / short, black, curly / straight hair.
He’s got glasses / BNPVTUBDIF and a beard.
Lizzie is quite short / tall and quite fat / slim. She’s got short / long, blonde,
TQJLZ / curly hair. She wears / EPFTOUXFBS glasses.
thirty-eight
3 And you? / E tu?
38
I am
I’ve got
Complete. / Completa.
and
hair and
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eyes.
Functions
3
Making requests
1
1
Level 2
Reorder and write. / Riordina e scrivi.
A window / close / Can / please / the / I?
Complete. / Completa.
Can I close the window, please?
Can I have can borrow can’t
Can I borrow Not now can
B It’s / you / in / cold / Yes, / can. / here.
Yes, you can. It’s cold in here.
A I / borrow / MP3 player / Can / your?
A Can I open the window please?
. It’s hot in here.
B I’m / using / Yes, / can. / it. / you / not
A Thank you.
A
2
A have / an / please / I / ice cream, / Can?
Megan?
B
. I’m doing my homework.
You
it later.
A Can
5
an ice cream, Mum?
B No, / dinner / you / It’s / can’t. / time.
A use / Can / your / calculator / I?
! It’s nearly dinner
5
B I’m / Not / using / it. / now.
6
Match and write. / Abbina e scrivi.
No, you can’t. It’s time for bed.
Yes, you can. There are some sandwiches in
the kitchen.
Not now. Grandma’s here. You can go out
later.
Yes, you can. Here you are.
Not now. I’m listening to it.
No, you can’t! You’ve got a computer!
4
time.
2
3
4
B No, you 6
2
your French dictionary,
3
1
4
Complete. / Completa.
A read your newspaper ()
Can I read your newspaper, please?
B Yes, you can.
A go to the cinema ()
Can I go to the cinema, please?
B No, you can’t.
A Can I go out on my bike now?
A sit here? ()
B Not now. Grandma’s here. You can go
1
B
2
out later.
A Can I use your pen, please?
A borrow your MP3 player ()
B
3
A Can I borrow your new CD?
B
4
B
A use your phone ()
A Can I watch this DVD, Dad?
5
B
B
6
A Can I have a new computer, Mum?
B
A Can I have a snack, please, Mum?
I’m hungry.
B
. I’m listening to it.
. Here you are.
5 And you? / E tu? Complete. / Completa.
borrow your dictionary? ()
You
Can
?
. Here you are.
:PVSGSJFOE
borrow your new CD? ()
:PVSGSJFOE
?
You
.
I’m listening to it.
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B Yes, you
1
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Level 2
2 Were you at the concert?
Check it out!
hopeless
)PXDPNF
*UXBTOUNZGBVMU
1
1.17
Read and listen Dov’era Tom
sabato sera?
B at a match
b at home
c at a concert
forty
Shiv e Kate stanno parlando.
40
4IJW Were you at The Ravens concert last
night?
,BUF Yes, I was. It was great. The atmosphere
was electric. I love rock music.
4IJW Yes, so do I. It’s fantastic!
,BUF So why weren’t you at the concert?
4IJW I was at basketball. We had a match
yesterday.
,BUF Ah, yes. So what was the score?
4IJW 96 – 32! We were hopeless!
,BUF How come?
4IJW Tom wasn’t there. I can’t understand it.
He always comes to basketball.
,BUF There’s Tom now. Let’s ask him. Tom!
5PN Oh, hi Kate! Hello Shiv.
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una frana
Come mai?
Non era colpa mia.
4IJW Hello! Is that all you can say? Where were
you last night?
5PN I was at home.
4IJW At home! Why were you at home?
5PN It wasn’t my fault. My parents were furious
with me because my school report was
bad. Now I can’t play basketball.
4IJW You can’t play basketball! Oh no, that’s
a disaster for the team!
1.18
Riascolta e ripeti.
2 Comprehension
Completa le frasi con gli
aggettivi del dialogo.
The concert was
.
The atmosphere at the concert was
The basketball team were
.
Tom’s parents were
.
His school report was
.
.
2
Language focus
3 Dialogue focus
Level 2
Completa i minidialoghi mettendo le parole nell’ordine corretto.
1 4IJW
[A/W09a-c Small photos to go with
mini dialogues]
Were you at The Ravens concert
last night?
,BUF I / yes / was / great / it / was
Yes, I was. It was great!
The atmosphere was electric. I love
rock music.
4IJW do / yes / I / so
1
It’s fantastic!
2 4IJW We had a match yesterday.
,BUF Ah, yes.
so / score / the / what / was?
2
4IJW 96 – 32!
were / we / hopeless!
3
3 4IJW you / where / last / were / night?
4
5PN I was at home.
4IJW At home!
were / why / at / you / home?
5
5PN wasn’t / it / fault /my.
6
4
1.19
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Leggi il minidialogo. Poi scrivi tre minidialoghi
simili usando le espressioni del riquadro.
at the cinema at home at a party
at a basketball match at a concert
6 Pairwork
A coppie. Ora recitate i dialoghi dell’es. 5.
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"Where were you last night?
# I was at home.
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Level 2
Vocabulary
2
Musical instruments and genres
1
2
Complete. / Completa.
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
drummer guitarist harpist
pianist trumpeter violinist
accordion drums guitar harp
keyboards piano recorder
saxophone trumpet violin
A person who plays the guitar is a guitarist.
A person who plays the violin is
a
.
A person who plays the harp is
a
.
A person who plays the trumpet is
a
.
A person who plays the piano is
p i a n o
v
l
n
a
.
A person who plays the drums is
a
3
a
c
i
h
4
r
d
u
.
Find the 5 words. / Trova le 5 parole.
A
R
A
P
V
B
P
R
L
C
O
D
O
E
E
J
E
H
P
C
F
B
N
H
A
G
J
V
K
T
J
A
Z
Z
G
F
C
L
A
S
S
I
C
A
L
R
E
P
O
P
B
A
E
F
Complete. / Completa.
s
classical
rap
reggae
rock
"What’s your favourite kind of music?
# I love DPSL rock, and par 1
. What
about you?
"I love rock too. Do you like gaereg
g
t
2
um
?
# No, I think it’s terrible! Do you like sicalsalc
3
music?
"It’s OK.
5 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
My favourite kind of music is
s
ph
e
k
a
and I like
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I don’t like
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very much.
Functions
Agreeing and disagreeing
3
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
Sara
Tim
MJTUFOJOHUPNVTJD
J
J
DMBTTJDBMNVTJD
L
J
SPDL
J
L
CMVFTBOEKB[[
J
J
pop
J
J
rap
L
L
Complete. / Completa.
I like don’t like I do I don’t
Neither do So do I
)FJEJ I like Justin Timberlake.
-VLF
1
. I think he’s fantastic.
)FJEJ And I like Gwen Stefani too.
-VLF Really? 2
.
like Neither do I So do I like
like I don’t So do I don’t like
)FJEJ Mm! Look, it’s Christina Aguilera.
I3
-VLF
4
her.
4BSB What do you like doing in your free time,
I.
)FJEJ And I don’t like Beyoncé.
-VLF Really? 5
. She was great
in Dreamgirls.
2
Tim?
5JN I like listening to music.
4BSB So do I. What kind of music do you like?
5JN I 1
classical music.
Match and write. / Abbina e scrivi.
4BSB Really?
I don’t like Nelly Furtado.
5JN It isn’t boring. It’s beautiful. What kind of
2
. It’s boring.
music do you like?
I like Black Eyed Peas.
Look, it’s Katy Perry. I don’t like her.
4BSB I 3
I like Enrique Iglesias.
5JN Really? I don’t. Do you like other kinds of
music?
I don’t like opera.
B So do I. I think he’s fantastic.
C Neither do I. It’s boring.
D Neither do I. She’s terrible!
E Oh, I do. Her last song was great.
F So do I. They’re great.
c I don’t like Nelly Furtado.
Neither do I. She’s terrible!
rock music.
4BSB Well, I 4
blues and jazz, and
pop music, of course.
5JN
5
. Do you like rap?
4BSB It’s OK, but I 6
5JN
7
N-Dubz.
. Their new song is terrible!
4 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
:PVSGSJFOE I really like jazz. It’s cool!
You
:PVSGSJFOE I don’t like folk music.
It’s boring.
You
:PVSGSJFOE I love reggae! It’s fantastic.
You
:PVSGSJFOE My favourite singer is Estelle.
I really like her.
You
:PVSGSJFOE I quite like opera and classical
music. They’re relaxing.
forty-three
1
2
Level 2
You
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Level 2
1
1.32
3 You failed another test!
Read and listen Che cosa vuole
diventare Tom?
B a doctor
b a lawyer c a basketball player
Tom e Shiv stanno parlando quando
l’allenatore Carson chiama Tom da parte.
4IJW
5PN
4IJW
5PN
4IJW
$$
I can’t believe it, Tom. You failed another
Maths test. Why aren’t you studying?
I don’t want to be a doctor or a lawyer.
I want to be a basketball player.
But Tom, we can’t win without you.
Look at Michael Jordan, he wasn’t a
genius at school. But he played for the
Chicago Bulls and he won eight NBAs.
Michael Jordan! Are you serious? Do you
think you’re Michael Jordan? Get real!
Tom, I want to talk to you in my office.
Nell’ufficio dell’allenatore...
5PN
Yes, Coach?
$$
I spoke to your mum yesterday.
5PN
Really? That’s great. So, can I play again?
$$
No, you can’t. You did badly in your test
again and I agree with your mum.
5PN
What? But Coach…
$$
Don’t make excuses, Tom. The Maths
test on Wednesday is your last chance.
You’re off the team for now.
1.33
Riascolta e ripeti.
2 Comprehension
forty-four
Completa le frasi con Tom,
Michael Jordan (MJ) o Coach Carson (CC).
44
won eight NBA championships.
agrees with Tom’s mum.
is off the team for now.
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Check it out!
(FUSFBM
MBTUDIBODF
Ma svegliati!
ultima possibilità
3
Language focus
Level 2
3 Dialogue focus
Ci sono otto errori nei minidialoghi. Trovali e riscrivili usando
le informazioni corrette.
1 – You failed another Maths test.
1 4IJW I can’t believe it, Tom. You failed
another History test. Why aren’t you
studying?
5PN I don’t want to be an engineer or a
lawyer. I want to be a football player.
4IJW But Tom, we can’t win without you.
2 5PN
Look at Michael Jordan, he wasn’t
a genius at school. But he played
for the Boston Celtics and he won
twelve NBCs.
4IJW Michael Jordan! Are you serious? Do
you think you’re Michael Jordan?
3 $$
5PN
4
1.34
$$
I spoke to your dad yesterday.
Really? That’s great. So, can I play
again?
No, you can’t. You did badly in the
match again.
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Usa le informazioni per scrivere delle frasi su questi campioni
sportivi.
Name: Michael Jordan
Team: Chicago Bulls
NBA
Championships: 8
Name: Pele
Team: Santos and Brazil
Football World Cups: 3
My favourite sports star is Michael Jordan.
He played for the ‘Chicago Bulls’.
He won eight NBA championships.
Name: Franco Baresi
Team: AC Milan
Italian Football
Championships: 6
A coppie. Scegliete un personaggio sportivo dell’es. 5 e scambiatevi
le informazioni relative a quel personaggio.
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6 Pairwork
Name: Francesca Piccinini
Team: Volley Bergamo
European Volleyball
Championships: 6
45
Level 2
Vocabulary
3
Jobs
1
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
accountant doctor electrician engineer factory worker hairdresser
journalist lawyer office worker postman shop assistant teacher
journalist
e
l
f
w
s
p
t
h
d
o
a
a
e
w
Find the 6 words. / Trova le 6 parole.
46
3
Match. / Abbina.
A
M
T
E
M
J
U
N
E
A nurse
a helps sick animals.
N
U
R
S
E
D
O
C
N
A journalist
b cooks food.
K
R
O
A
C
H
E
F
G
A pilot
D writes for a newspaper.
V
P
O
H
I
C
E
I
A vet
d works in a hospital.
L
A postman
e flies a plane.
E
E
B
W
A
I
T
E
R
A chef
f delivers letters.
E
T
A
B
N
V
O
T
E
T
O
P
P
I
L
O
T
N
H
E
A
D
C
T
A
P
T
O
T
E
A
C
H
E
R
A
forty-six
2
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4 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
What do you want to be?
I want to be a
.
Functions
3
3
Apologising and making
excuses
Complete. / Completa.
I can borrow Sharon’s pen
at home
I’m using it at the moment
Excuse me
It doesn’t matter. We can go another day
I’m going to the dentist
Never mind
What is it
Reorder and write. / Riordina e scrivi.
1 Dave
1 Excuse me, Mr Clarke.
Never mind. You can bring it
.S$MBSLF
tomorrow.
Dave
I left it at home.
.S$MBSLF
Yes, Dave. What is it?
Dave
Thanks, Mr Clarke.
Dave
.S-F3PVY Yes, Vicky. 1
I’m sorry, but I haven’t got my
text book 2
Excuse me, Mr Clarke.
.S-F3PVY
.S$MBSLF
.S$MBSLF
Thank you, Mr Le Roux.
2 Barry
Can I borrow your pen, Kyle?
I’m sorry, but 4
.
Barry
Don’t worry.
5
.
%BWF
Ginny
Hi Sal. Have you got my Gwen
It doesn’t matter. Give it to me on
Oh, I’m so sorry. It’s at home.
4BM
+FOOZ
Match. / Abbina.
Ashley
I’m sorry, I can’t. 6
Ginny
7
.
Monday.
+FOOZ
Can you come to the swimming
pool this afternoon, Ashley?
Stefani CD?
2
. Sit with
.S$MBSLF
4BM
3
7JDLZ
Kyle
%BWF
+FOOZ
.
Carmel for this lesson.
%BWF
+FOOZ
?
I’m sorry, but I left my French
7JDLZ
English book here today.
%BWF
Excuse me, Mr Le Roux.
7JDLZ
Where is it?
.S$MBSLF
4 And you? / E tu?
.
Choose and complete. /
Scegli e completa.
I’m sorry, but I left it at home.
I’m really sorry, but I was ill.
I’m really sorry, but I’m doing my homework.
c Have you got my DVD?
:PVSGSJFOE Why didn’t you come to my
2
Can I borrow your mobile phone, please?
3
Can I use the Internet, Dad?
4
You were late for class this morning!
You
5
Let’s go to the cinema tonight.
:PVSGSJFOE Let’s go out tonight.
B I’m sorry, I can’t. I haven’t got any money.
C I’m sorry, I’m writing an email at the moment.
D I’m really sorry, it’s at home.
party?
You
:PVSGSJFOE Have you got my MP3 player?
You
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1
Level 2
E I’m sorry, but I haven’t got any credit left.
F I’m really sorry, but the bus was late.
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Level 2
4 What did you do last night?
1
1.48
Read and listen Di che cosa stanno
parlando Kate e Tom?
a school
b sport
Tom incontra Kate.
5PN What did you do last night?
,BUF I watched Pirates of the Caribbean 3 on
TV. Did you watch it?
5PN No, I didn’t. I didn’t watch TV last night.
But I saw it at the cinema ages ago! I didn’t
like it. It was rubbish. Did you like it?
,BUF Yes, I did. I love Orlando Bloom!
5PN Did you like the film, or did you like
Orlando Bloom?
,BUF I liked them both! What type of films do
you like, then?
5PN I really like action films and fantasy films. I
bet you like love stories!
,BUF Of course I do, but I like fantasy films, too.
I got the DVD of The Golden Compass for
my birthday. Do you want to come and
watch it with me?
5PN I can’t, I’ve got a Maths test on
Wednesday!
,BUF Oh, come on, Tom! Get a life!
5PN You’re right! I can study tomorrow…
1.49
Riascolta e ripeti.
forty-eight
2 Comprehension
48
c films
Check it out!
Rispondi alle domande.
Who is Kate’s favourite actor?
What are Tom’s favourite films?
What do they decide to do?
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BHFTBHP
*UXBTSVCCJTI
*CFUy
(FUBMJGF
secoli fa
Era penoso!
Scommetto…
Impara a vivere!
4
Language focus
3 Dialogue focus
Level 2
Riordina i minidialoghi.
1 t I watched Pirates of the Caribbean 3 on TV.
Did you watch it?
t What did you do last night?
t No, I didn’t. I didn’t watch TV last night.
5PN What did you do last night?
,BUF 1
5PN 2
2 t Yes, I did. I love Orlando Bloom!
t I liked them both!
t I saw it at the cinema ages ago!
I didn’t like it. It was rubbish. Did you
like it?
t Did you like the film, or did you like
Orlando Bloom?
5PN 3
,BUF 4
5PN 5
,BUF 6
3 t Of course I do, but I like fantasy films, too.
t What type of films do you like, then?
t I really like action films and fantasy films.
I bet you like love stories!
,BUF 7
5PN 8
,BUF 9
4
1.50
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Leggi il minidialogo. Poi scrivine altri simili scegliendo tra le
attività del riquadro.
watch TV do my homework play computer games study for my test
go to the cinema go for a pizza read a book surf the Internet
6 Pairwork
A coppie. Ora recitate i minidialoghi dell’es. 5.
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"What did you do last night?
# I went for a pizza.
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Level 2
Vocabulary
4
3
Films
1
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
documentary gangster historical
musical police western
m u s i c a l
e
t
Find the 5 words and complete. /
Trova le 5 parole e completa.
A
P
C
A
B
R
A
B
N
C
A
L
L
I
C
P
H
O
R
R
O
R
T
A
I
M
T
E
V
E
I
R
L
E
O
C
E
A
O
U
L
D
O
T
Y
C
N
M
E
Y
N
O
E
H
N
T
F
A
N
T
A
S
Y
B
r
This film is about a young police officer.
He tries to save passengers on a train that
is out of control. action film
1 This film is about Jess and Ian. They are in
story
love. l
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film
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a
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film
2 This film is so funny! I laughed and laughed.
c
c
3 This film is really scary. It’s about horrible
monsters.
h
film
4 Mickey Mouse has got a problem! He hasn’t
got a present for his girlfriend Minnie’s
d
n
a
a
film
Match and write. / Abbina e scrivi.
50
s
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birthday tomorrow …
c
5 This film is about magic in a faraway land.
f
film
thril
a ion
histo
b ror
hor
c edy
My favourite film is called
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d toon
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My favourite types of film are
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and
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I don’t like
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4 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
.
at all.
Functions
4
3
Buying a cinema ticket
Complete. / Completa.
7 p.m. Can I have
Here are your tickets the next screening
which screen Yes, sure
Reorder and write. / Riordina e scrivi.
What time is the next screening of
The Simpsons, please?
Here you are.
Which screen is it?
Yes, sure. That’s £22.00 please.
Thanks very much.
It’s at 8 p.m.
It’s screen 7.
Thank you. Here are your tickets and
your change.
OK. Can I have one adult and two children’s
tickets, please?
1
"What time is the next screening of
Marley and Me, please?
# It’s at 1
9
"And 2
"OK. 3
# 4
# Thank you. 5
and your change. Enjoy the film.
"Thank you!
" 3
4
# 4
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
5
The Lost City
# 6
#
8
. That’s £16.00, please.
"Here you are.
# 2
"
" 9Thanks very much.
2
Match. / Abbina.
c How much are the tickets?
one adult and two
children’s tickets, please?
The Simpsons, please?
7
is it?
# It’s screen 2.
" 1What time is the next screening of
"
.
Can I have two tickets for Harry Potter and
the Half-Blood Prince, please?
What time is the next screening?
Which screen is it?
Tickets
£8.50
Next screening
5.45 p.m.
Screen
8
"How much are tickets for The Lost City?
# They’re 1
"Can I have two tickets, please?
# Yes, that’s £17.
"What time is 2
# It’s at
.
"Which
C 7 p.m.
# It’s screen 8.
E Yes, that’s £11, please.
?
3
B It’s screen 7.
D £5.50.
.
4
?
5 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
:PVXBOUUPCVZUXPUJDLFUTGPS/JHIUBUUIF
.VTFVN.
You
for Night at the Museum 2?
$MFSL Yes, of course. That’s £12.
You
?
$MFSL It’s at 6.30 p.m.
You
?
$MFSL It’s screen 7.
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Level 2
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5 Is Tom playing?
Level 2
1
Read and listen Chi è il nuovo
2.08
capitano della squadra?
a Shiv
b Oliver
c Tom
Tom trova una soluzione ai suoi problemi.
$$
+PF
$$
%ZMBO
$$
"MFY
$$
"MFY
$$
4IJW
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4IJW
Quiet! Have you got any questions
about the match on Saturday?
Where are we meeting?
We’re meeting at the school at 1.30.
How are we getting to Luton?
We’re taking the school bus.
What time is it leaving?
It’s leaving at 2 p.m. sharp, so don’t be
late.
How long does it take to get there?
It takes about an hour.
Is Tom playing?
No, he isn’t. Oliver’s taking his place.
He’s the new team captain. Shiv, can
you make some photocopies of the
itinerary?
Sure ... Oliver, I can’t believe it!
Nel corridoio...
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2.09
Hi Shiv. How are things going?
Hi Tom. I haven’t got time to chat. I’m
making some photocopies for Coach
Carson.
Shall I make them for you?
Thanks, Tom. Back in a minute.
What’s this? Unbelievable! It’s next
week’s Maths test!
Riascolta e ripeti.
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2 Comprehension
Usa le informazioni del
dialogo per completare le note scritte da
Coach Carson.
Westside Basketball vs Luton Towers
Match date: Saturday 12th May.
Meeting place:
.
Transport:
.
Departure time:
sharp!
5
Language focus
3 Dialogue focus
Rileggi il dialogo, osserva le figure e scrivi domande e risposte.
1
2
[Dialogue]
+PF
$$
Where / meeting?
Where are we meeting?
1
3
[Dialogue]
%ZMBO How / getting to Luton?
2
3
$$
4
[Dialogue]
"MFY What time / leaving?
4
5
$$
4
Level 2
2.10
[Dialogue]
4IJW
$$
Tom / playing?
6
7
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Leggi il primo messaggio e il minidialogo. Poi scrivine altri tre
usando gli altri messaggi.
Time: 2.30 p.m.
Place: outside the
school
Time: 7 p.m.
Place: in front of
the cinema
Time: 11.15 a.m.
Place: at the bus
stop
Time: 8.30 p.m.
Place: outside Gino’s
Pizzeria
6 Pairwork
A coppie. Ora recitate i minidialoghi dell’es. 5.
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"What time are we meeting?
# We’re meeting at 2.30 p.m.
"Where are we meeting?
# We’re meeting outside the school.
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Level 2
Vocabulary
5
Transport
1
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
bike
boat
bus car lorry motorbike
plane
scooter
1 m o t o rb i k e
r
m
i
5
6
o
r
7
o
11
l
a
train
tram
e
tube
van
c
t
8
r
n
12
a
t
r
i
10
9
2
u
10
u
e
Look and choose. / Osserva e scegli.
You travel on water in a taxi / boat.
1 You travel underground on the tube / tram.
2 You fly in a plane / cable car or a
lorry / helicopter.
3 A boat / bicycle, a scooter / bus and a
fifty-four
van / mPUPSCJLF have got two wheels.
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3
Match. / Abbina.
plane
tube
coach
ferry
train
ship
4 And you? / E tu?
B harbour
C train station
D bus station
E port
F airport
G Underground station
Complete. / Completa.
I travel to school by / on
.
When I go on holiday, I go by
.
When I go shopping, I go by
.
Functions
5
3
Making arrangements
1
Level 2
Complete. / Completa.
Complete. / Completa.
3 1) 8 3 8 , ) 8 6) )8
% 6 8 = don’t free great idea Let’s
Shall we go What shall what time
See you then Where shall
When? Saturday
Where? Green Street
4BSBI Hi Olivia, are you free tomorrow evening?
What time? 7.30 p.m.
0MJWJB Yes, I am.
4BSBI
1
do something
A Let’s go to the street party.
together.
0MJWJB Good idea.
4BSBI
B That’s a great idea. When is it?
2
3
we do?
to the cinema?
A It’s in 2
we go
A It starts at 3
5
0MJWJB 6
.
7
Fo o t b a l l Ma t c h
When? Sunday
Where? The stadium
What time? 11 a.m.
?
4BSBI Is half past seven OK?
0MJWJB Yes, that’s fine. 8
.
Match and write. / Abbina e scrivi.
Is four o’clock OK?
Let’s meet at the shopping centre.
Mmm, I don’t like skating.
OK, see you then!
OK, what shall we do?
That’s a great idea. I love shopping!
Yes, I am.
A Let’s go to the football match.
B That’s a great idea. 1
?
"It’s on Sunday.
B OK, 2
?
A It’s at the stadium.
B OK. 3
?
A At 11 a.m.
"Are you free this afternoon?
# Yes, I am.
4 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
:PVSGSJFOE
Let’s go bowling today.
You
Good idea.
"Why don’t we go skating?
:PVSGSJFOE
What time shall we meet?
# 2
You
.
"OK. Shall we go shopping instead?
:PVSGSJFOE Where
?
You
.
"Let’s do something together.
#
#
1
3
"Where shall we meet?
:PVSGSJFOE
OK, see you then.
# 4
"OK, at what time?
# 5
fifty-five
2
.
B OK, let’s meet at my house, at 7 p.m. then.
we meet?
4BSBI Let’s meet at the bus station.
0MJWJB OK. At
.
B At what time?
bowling instead?
4BSBI That’s a
.
B Where is it?
0MJWJB There aren’t any good films on at the
moment. Why 4
A It’s on 1
"Four o’clock is fine.
# 6
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6 Are there any tomatoes?
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1
2.22
Read and listen Che cosa sta
preparando Kate?
a a pizza
b sandwiches
c a cake
Tom e Shiv sono a casa di Kate.
4IJW
,BUF
4IJW
,BUF
4IJW
,BUF
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4IJW
,BUF
56
4IJW
I’m hungry. Is there any food in the
fridge, Kate?
Hmm! Yes, there is, but there isn’t
much. There’s some ham. Would you
like a ham sandwich?
Yes, OK. Are there any tomatoes?
No, there aren’t. There’s a lot of lettuce.
Yuck! I hate lettuce. Is there any cheese?
No, there isn’t. There are some carrots,
but there aren’t many.
Yummy … a ham and carrot sandwich!
Very funny, Shiv. Anyway, how many
ham sandwiches do you want?
Just a couple. What about you, Tom?
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,BUF
4IJW
5PN
4IJW
5PN
,BUF
5PN
2.23
Solo un paio.
No, not for me, thanks. I’m not hungry.
You aren’t hungry! How come?
Is it the Maths test? Did you get a
bad mark?
No, I didn’t. I got an ‘A’.
An ‘A’! But that’s great!
No, it isn’t great. I found the test in
the photocopier and I took it.
Oh Tom! You cheated!
I know ... and my teacher knows.
Riascolta e ripeti.
2 Comprehension
Rispondi alle
domande.
What does Kate offer Shiv?
What did Tom find in the photocopier?
Does Tom’s teacher know he cheated?
6
Language focus
Level 2
3 Dialogue focus
Completa i minidialoghi
mettendo le parole nell’ordine corretto.
1 4IJW
I’m hungry.
Kate / any / is / fridge / there / in / the / food?
Is there any food in the fridge,
Kate?
,BUF Hmm! Yes, there is,
much / there / but / isn’t
1
There’s some ham.
like / you /a / sandwich / ham / would?
2
4IJW
Yes, OK.
2 4IJW
any / are / tomatoes / there?
3
,BUF No, there aren’t.
lettuce / a lot of / there’s
4
4IJW
Yuck! I hate lettuce.
cheese / is / any / there?
5
,BUF No, there isn’t.
carrots / there / some / are / many /
aren’t / there / but
6
3 ,BUF sandwiches / you / how /ham / want /
many / do / anyway?
7
4IJW
Just a couple.
you / about / Tom / what?
8
5PN
thanks / not / me / no / for
9
4
2.24
I’m not hungry.
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Lavorate a gruppi di tre. Usate le parole del riquadro per scrivere
dei dialoghi come nell’esempio.
apple hamburger orange sandwich yoghurt
6 Group work
In gruppi di tre recitate i dialoghi dell’es. 5.
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"I’m hungry.
# Would you like a sandwich ?
"Yes, OK.
# What about you, (Marco)?
$ No, not for me, thanks.
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Level 2
Vocabulary
6
Food and drink
1
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
beef biscuit bread cheese chicken egg milk orange juice
pear plum potato tomato tuna water yoghurt
2
tuna
c
p
c
p
b
e
o
w
b
p
m
b
t
y
Complete. / Completa.
beef bread cheese chicken egg milk mushroom onion orange pasta
pear plum potato sausages spinach strawberry sugar yoghurt
Fruit
Vegetables
Meat
Dairy products
Other
plum
4
beef
10
egg
1
5
8
11
13
2
6
9
12
14
3
7
3 And you? / E tu?
15
Complete. / Completa.
What food do you like?
What food do you hate?
What about drinks?
What did you have for breakfast / lunch /
dinner yesterday?
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Functions
1
6
3
8BJUFS would / to eat / you / What / like?
Look and choose. / Osserva e scegli.
What would you like to eat?
8BJUSFTT Can I help you?
.BSL
Reorder and write. / Riordina e scrivi.
Yes, please. *MJLF/ *EMJLF a chicken
sandwich.
"NZ
I’d / a / please. / like / burger,
1
8BJUFS with that / like / you / some chips /
8BJUSFTT OK. What 1EPZPVMJLF / XPVMEZPV
Would?
MJLF to drink?
.BSL
I / I’ll have a cola, please.
8BJUSFTT Large or small?
.BSL
Large, please.
4
*EMJLF / *MJLF a baked potato with
tuna, please.
4
"NZ
have / I’ll / please. / lemonade, / a
5
6
Yes, please. I’ll have 6an / the orange
juice.
8BJUSFTT OK. That’s £6.75, please.
Match and write. / Abbina e scrivi.
8BJUFS small / Large / or?
8BJUSFTT OK. Would you like 5 to / a drink, too?
2
thanks. / No,
3
What would you like to eat?
4VTBO
"NZ
8BJUFS you / would / like / What / to drink?
8BJUSFTT Right. And what 3for / about you?
4VTBO
2
2
4
"NZ
please. / Large,
7
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
baked potato with cheese
cola to eat a drink
Can I help you?
Tuna, chicken or beef?
OK. What would you like to drink?
Large or small?
B Small, please.
C I’ll have an orange juice, please.
D Yes, please. I’d like a sandwich.
E Tuna, please.
c Can I help you?
Yes, please. I’d like a sandwich.
8BJUFS What would you like to eat?
-J[
I’ll have a 1
8BJUFS Would you like
-J[
, please.
2
?
Yes, please. I’d like a 3
5 And you? / E tu?
.
Complete. / Completa.
MENU
Sandwiches
• tuna • ham • chicken
Hamburger
and chips
Baked potatoes
• with ham
• with cheese
• with tuna
Fish and chips
Drinks
• water • orange juice
• cola • milk
Waiter What would you like to eat?
You
Waiter And to drink?
You
please.
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7 You must come straight home!
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)BOHPO
0IDPNFPO
1
2.42
Sono in punizione.
Aspetta!
Madai!
Read and listen Tom deve seguire
nuove regole. Che cosa non deve fare ora?
Tom è nei guai. I suoi genitori hanno
ricevuto
una lettera dall’insegnante.
.VN Tom, we’ve got some new rules for you.
5PN New rules? What new rules?
%BE On school days you must come straight
home and do your homework. You mustn’t
play computer games or surf the Internet.
5PN Dad, I want to say something…
%BE No! Don’t say anything! Just go to your
room!
Più tardi al telefono con Kate.
sixty
5PN Hi Kate. I’m grounded.
,BUF Oh, no! That’s terrible. I’m at the shopping
centre with Shiv. Can we come over?
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,BUF
5PN
,BUF
5PN
%BE
5PN
2.43
Er … now is not a good time.
Oh, come on! Where do you live?
I live on Banbury Road, near the bank.
How do we get there?
Go down Woodstock Avenue and take
the first turning on the right… . Hang
on! Someone’s coming.
Tom, give me that phone!
Dad! Not my mobile phone, too!
Riascolta e ripeti.
2 Comprehension
Rispondi alle domande.
Why are Tom’s parents angry?
Where is Kate?
Where does Tom live?
7
Language focus
Level 2
3 Dialogue focus
Ci sono otto errori nei
minidialoghi. Trovali e correggili.
1 – On school days you must come
straight home.
1 .VN Tom, we’ve got some new rules for
you.
5PN New rules? What new rules?
%BE On school days you must go to the
library and do your homework. You
mustn’t watch TV or listen to music.
5PN Dad, I want to say something…
%BE No! Don’t say anything! Just go to
bed!
2 ,BUF ... I’m at the skatepark with Shiv. Can
we come over?
5PN Er … now is not a good time.
,BUF Oh, come on! Where do you live?
5PN I live on Banbury Road, near the post
office.
,BUF How do we get there?
5PN Go down Woodstock Avenue and
take the second turning on the left...
4
2.44
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Osserva gli esempi, poi scrivi che cosa devi e non devi fare
a casa. Usa le espressioni del riquadro.
do my homework before dinner watch TV all afternoon
wear my shoes in the house go straight home after school
tidy my room go to bed late
6 Pairwork
A coppie. Raccontate al compagno che cosa dovete e non dovete
fare a casa.
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I must go straight home after school.
I mustn’t watch TV all afternoon.
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Level 2
Vocabulary
7
Places around town
4
3
1
5
2
7
6
9
8
13
11
14
12
15
10
1
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
bank bus station bus stop
car park church hospital
leisure centre library market park
police station post office pub
shopping centre supermarket
1 s h o p p i n g c e n t r e
2 c
p
3 p
Match. / Abbina.
shopping
police
leisure
car
post
bus
3 And you? E tu?
a
b
c
d
e
f
office
stop
centre
station
centre
park
Complete. / Completa.
Where do you buy your food and drink?
s
4 l
2
c
Where do you post a letter?
5 h
6 p
Where do you borrow books, CDs and DVDs?
7 c
8 m
Where do you go to play sport or swim?
9 p
10 l
b
b
s
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s
b
s
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Functions
7
Level 2
Asking for and giving directions
1
Look and choose. / Osserva e scegli.
"UUIFCVTTUBUJPO
"
Excuse me, how do I get to the bank, please?
B
Go EPXO/ left Turf Road as far as the 1USBGmDMJHIUT / roundabout. Turn left
and go 2up / turn Green Street. Go straighton at the 3bridge / roundabout
and the bank is on the right. It’s 4BUUIFFOEPG / opposite the park.
2
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
cross end left right roundabout
2
3
QUEEN
1
traffic lights
Go straight on at the roundabout.
Turn
into Bath Road.
STREET
Go as far as the
BATH ROAD
.
Take the third turning on the
the road at the zebra crossing.
4
5
3 And you? / E tu?
6
.
Go to the
of this road.
Complete. / Completa.
You
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:PVSGSJFOE How do I get to your house from the school?
Go
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4VDIBT
5IBUTUPVHI
1
3.02
Read and listen Di che cosa stanno
4IJW
parlando Kate, Tom e Shiv?
Kate, Shiv e Tom stanno parlando.
4IJW
5PN
4IJW
5PN
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,BUF
5PN
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4IJW
5PN
So, what did your parents say?
Agh! I have to obey loads of new rules.
New rules? Such as?
Well, I mustn’t go out after school or
play computer games. I have to stay in
my room and study.
Oh dear. That’s tough!
And, after that, I have to help my
mum around the house. I hate doing
housework!
Oh, don’t complain Tom.
It’s easy for you, Shiv! You don’t have
to tidy your room, put the rubbish out…
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4IJW
5PN
3.03
un sacco di
Per esempio?
Questa è pesante!
Tom, everybody has to help their parents.
Just study and get back on the team!
I know … I can study with you! I like
studying.
Yes, that’s a great idea! Kate’s brilliant!
Thanks, Kate. I really want to play in the
basketball championship.
Riascolta e ripeti.
2 Comprehension
Completa le frasi con
Tom o Kate.
mustn’t play computer games.
has to put the rubbish out.
can study with Tom.
really likes studying.
8
Language focus
3 Dialogue focus
Level 2
Trova otto errori nei dialoghi e correggili.
1 – What did your parents say?
1 4IJW So, what did your mother say?
5PN Agh! I have to obey loads of new
rules.
4IJW New rules? Such as?
5PN Well, I mustn’t go to the leisure centre
after school or watch TV. I have to stay
in my room and study.
,BUF Oh dear. That’s tough!
2 5PN
4IJW
5PN
4IJW
And, after that, I have to help my mum
with the cooking. I hate cooking!
Oh, don’t complain, Tom.
It’s easy for you, Shiv! You don’t have
to do the ironing, clear the table...
Tom, everybody has to help their
parents. Just study and get back on the
team!
3 ,BUF I know … I can study with you! I like
studying.
4IJW Yes, that’s a great idea! Kate’s brilliant!
5PN Thanks, Kate. I really want to play in
the volleyball championship.
4
3.04
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Scrivi dei minidialoghi su ciò che ti piace e odi fare. Usa le parole
e gli esempi come aiuto.
do housework cook go to the library study do the washing-up
do the ironing tidy my room put the rubbish out clear the table
6 Pairwork
A coppie. Ora recitate i minidialoghi dell’es. 5.
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"I hate doing housework.
# So do I.
"I like studying.
# Really? I don’t!
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Level 2
Vocabulary
8
2
Housework
1
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
do the cooking do the dusting
do the ironing do the shopping
do the washing-up lay the table
make my bed tidy my bedroom
3
Match. / Abbina.
help
a my clothes
hang out
b the vacuuming
do
c the dog
feed
d with the cooking
hang up
e the family pet
walk
f the washing
Complete. / Completa.
clean (x 2) do (x 3) put sweep
make tidy load lay
put the rubbish out
make my bed
l
t
t
t
m
b
d
t
the washing-up
the bathroom
the washing machine
the floor
the windows
the ironing
my bedroom
the dusting
the table
my bed
c
4 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
What jobs do you like doing in the house?
What jobs don’t you like doing?
How often do you tidy your bedroom?
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s
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Functions
8
3
Asking for permission
Complete. / Completa.
have a sandwich
can I go of course you can go
what is it May I go No, I’m sorry, you can’t
Jenny
B Yes, you can.
Mum, can I go to Susan’s
1
A
,
room.
But we have to do a Science
Mum
to Susan’s
house.
Ken
Miss Harper?
.JTT)BSQFS
Yes, 3
Ken
4
2
Yes,
to the toilet,
Match and write. / Abbina e scrivi.
I’m sorry, you can’t. I haven’t got
any credit left.
No, you can’t. You have to do your homework.
Yes, of course. It’s cold in here.
No, you can’t. It’s nearly dinner time.
Sure. I’m not listening to it at the moment.
OK. How much is it?
A Dad, can I go to Ruth’s house now?
B No, you can’t. You have to do your
homework.
A Jenny, can I borrow your mobile phone?
2
?
.
3
?
B No, 4
, Ken?
please?
.JTT)BSQFS
watch a DVD
A
3
5
B Yes, you can.
Tidy your room first and then
2
have a sandwich please?
play football
A
project together.
1
B No, you can’t.
2
Jenny. You have to tidy your
Jenny
A Can I go to the toilet, please?
house?
Mum
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
1
go to the toilet
.
play the guitar
read a book
A
5
play the guitar?
B
6
.
A
7
read a book?
B
8
.
4 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
"TLZPVSEBEJGZPVDBOIBWFBOFX
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You
Can
Dad
?
.
You’ve got a computer.
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Mum
Can
?
.
B
A Mum, can I make a sandwich?
B
A Dad, I want to buy a t-shirt. Can you give
me some money?
B
A May I close the window?
B
sixty-seven
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Level 2
A Can I borrow your MP3 player?
B
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9 That’s better!
Level 2
1
Read and listen Quale materia
stanno studiando Kate e Tom?
3.19
a Maths
b History
c Geography
Tom e Kate stanno studiando insieme.
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5PN
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3.20
Right, Tom. Geography – the Mississippi
is longer than the Sacramento River.
True or false?
I don’t know. Err … false?
No Tom, it is longer. Let’s try again. The
Appalachian Mountains are higher than
the Rockies. True or false?
That’s true.
No, it’s false, Tom. The Rockies are
higher. You’re hopeless!
Ask me about cities. They’re more
interesting than boring mountains.
OK. Is New York bigger or smaller than
Los Angeles?
Easy! New York’s bigger.
That’s better! Here’s a harder question.
What’s the population of New York?
There are 8.2 million inhabitants.
Wow! You’re almost as clever as me!
OK then, clever clogs. Why don’t I ask
you a question?
All right. Fire away!
Why is the Mississippi a strange river?
I don’t know! Why?
Because it’s got four ‘i’s but it can’t see!
Riascolta e ripeti.
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'JSFBXBZ
piccolo genio
Spara!
2 Comprehension
Completa le frasi con le
parole del brano per formulare frasi vere.
The
The
is longer than the
are higher than the
is bigger than
.
.
.
9
Language focus
Level 2
3 Dialogue focus
Riscrivi le frasi mettendo
le parole nell’ordine corretto.
1 ,BUF Geography – the Mississippi / longer /
is/ than / the Sacramento River. True
or false?
Geography – the Mississippi is
longer than the Sacramento River.
True or false?
5PN
I don’t know. Err ... false?
2 ,BUF The Appalachian Mountains
than / are / higher the Rockies.
True or false?
1
5PN That’s true.
,BUF No, it’s false, Tom. The Rockies
are higher.
3 5PN
Ask me about cities. They’re than /
interesting / more boring mountains.
2
,BUF OK. Is New York or / smaller / than /
bigger Los Angeles?
3
5PN Easy! New York’s bigger.
,BUF ... Wow! You’re almost as / as / clever
me!
4
4
3.21
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Usa le informazioni della tabella e le espressioni del riquadro per
confrontare gli USA e il Regno Unito.
… is longer than … … are higher than … … is bigger than …
USA
UK
Italy
Rivers
the Mississippi (3,770 km)
the Severn (354 km)
the Po (652 km)
Mountains
the Rockies (4,401 m)
the Grampians (1,344 m)
the Alps (4,808 m)
Cities
New York (8.2 million)
London (7.5 million)
Rome (2.7 million)
The Mississippi is longer than the Severn.
A coppie. Usate le informazioni della tabella dell’es. 5 per
confrontare gli USA o il Regno Unito all’Italia.
The Po is longer than the Severn.
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6 Pairwork
69
Vocabulary
2
Match. / Abbina.
dvo
lcano
ay
i
n
sla
b
beach campsite forest hill
mountains river sea
village rainforest waterfall
oceancon
1
2
ti
y
1
Find the 6 words and write. / Trova le 6
parole e scrivi.
tr
Geography
un
9
co
Level 2
nent
i
cl
ff
island
3
4
5
6
7
8
3
Complete. / Completa.
continent country island lake
mountain range ocean river sea volcano
10
9
Europe is a continent
Italy is a c
.
Mount Etna is a v
.
rainforest
Como is a l
Sardinia is an i
The Alps is a m
The Tiber is a r
.
The Mediterranean is a s
.
The Atlantic is an o
.
4 And you? / E tu?
in the north of Italy.
.
r
.
Complete. / Completa.
I’m from
It’s in
.
(continent).
The capital city of my country is
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.
Functions
9
Asking for tourist information
Museum
Open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Cost: adults £5, children £2
Look and choose. / Osserva e scegli.
"TTJTUBOU Good morning. $BO* / *DBO help
A
you?
1BVMB
A
2
)PXNVDI/ )PXare the tickets?
Is there a students’ 3cheaper /
3
discount?
1BVMB
What time does it4open /PQFOT?
4
for children?
.
Read and complete. / Leggi e completa.
Where is it, please?
" It’s in Westminster.
# How much are the tickets?
5.30 p.m. Tuesdays to Saturdays and
" They’re £15.50 for adults and £8.75 for
10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. on Sundays
children.
and Mondays.
# Is there a students’ discount?
How can I 5go / get there?
" Yes, students pay £14.00.
"TTJTUBOU 6:PVDBOUBLF / :PVDBO the
# What time does it open and close?
underground to Tower Hill tube
station or the bus. The underground is
faster, but it’s more expensive.
2
.
# Yes, please. I want to visit Buckingham Palace.
"TTJTUBOU The opening times are 9 a.m. to
1BVMB
and closes at
3
" Hello, can I help you?
"TTJTUBOU Yes, there is. Students’ tickets are
£14.
2
B They’re 5
"TTJTUBOU They’re £16.50.
open?
B It opens at
Yes, please. I 1want / MJLF to visit the
Tower of London.
1BVMB
1
" It’s open from 9.45 a.m. to 6 p.m.
# How can I get there?
" You can take the underground to Green Park
Complete. / Completa.
station.
# Thank you very much.
Zoo
Buckingham Palace
Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Cost: £8
Where: 1
A What time does it open?
B It opens at 9 a.m. and closes at 1
Adults: 2
.
A How much are tickets?
B They’re 2
2
.
Children: 3
Discounts: Students – 4
Times: 5
Amusement park
Open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Cost: £10
A
1
B It opens at
Transport: 6
station
does it 2
3
?
and
5
B They’re 6
Complete. / Completa.
4
at 6 p.m.
A
4 And you? / E tu?
Underground
are tickets?
.
In my town there is a
.
It’s in
.
It opens at
and tickets
cost
.
You can get there by
.
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Level 2
71
10 The best day of my life!
Level 2
Check it out!
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1
3.37
Read and listen Com’è la pagella
.VN
di Tom?
a It’s very good.
b It’s OK.
c It’s very bad.
È la fine del quadrimestre.
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5PN
4IJW
5PN
Did you get your report today, Tom?
Yes, I did. But I don’t want to open it.
I’m really worried. The exams were so
difficult.
Which one was the worst?
Maths was definitely the most difficult.
I was very nervous. But, thanks to Kate,
Geography was the easiest...
5PN
Indovina cosa!
Così si fa!
Puoi scommetterci!
Yes! Well done! Here’s your mobile
phone. Phone Coach Carson and tell
him.
Thanks, Mum! Oh, I’m so excited!
Al telefono...
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5PN
3.38
Hello.
Hello, Coach, it’s Tom! Guess what!
I passed my exams!
Way to go, Tom! The final is on
Saturday! Are you ready to play?
You bet! This is the best day of my life!
Riascolta e ripeti.
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A casa di Tom...
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5PN
.VN
5PN
.VN
5PN
Hi Mum, here’s my report. You open it.
Oh, Tom!
What?
These are your best results ever!
Seriously?
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2 Comprehension
Rispondi alle domande.
Which exam was the worst?
Which exam was the easiest?
What is happening on Saturday?
Level 2
10
Language focus
3 Dialogue focus
Leggi e completa i dialoghi con le espressioni del riquadro.
the best the easiest your best the worst the most difficult
1 4IJW
5PN
Which one was the worst?
Maths was definitely
1
.
I was very nervous. But,
thanks to Kate, Geography
was 2
.
2 .VN Oh, Tom!
5PN What?
.VN These are 3
results ever!
5PN Seriously?
3 $$
4
3.39
5PN
Way to go, Tom! The final
is on Saturday! Are you
ready to play?
You bet! This is
4
day
of my life!
Ora ascolta e controlla. Poi riascolta e ripeti.
5 Focus on you
Scrivi dei minidialoghi per chiedere ed esprimere opinioni sugli
argomenti del riquadro.
fantastic terrible beautiful
boring ugly exciting
warm cold
"What’s the best programme on TV?
# It’s ‘Lost’.
" Yes, I think it’s fantastic, too./ Really? I think it’s terrible.
6 Pairwork
A coppie. Ora recitate i minidialoghi dell’es. 5.
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city in Italy programme on TV
month of the year pop song of the year
day of the week
73
Level 2
Vocabulary
10
Feelings and emotions
1
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
angry bored embarrassed
fed up happy proud sad nervous
2
Match and write. / Abbina e scrivi.
I’m fed up!
I’m really sad because
He isn’t very polite.
I’m very proud because
Sue’s very annoyed with you.
1
2
Tom was really happy
B You broke her MP3 player.
C when he passed the exam.
3
D I have to study and all my friends are going to
4
the beach!
E He didn’t say thank you for the present.
F I got the best marks in the class.
G my best friend is moving to another town.
5
6
c I’m fed up!
I have to study and all my friends are
going to the beach
7
8
We were happy because we were on
holiday.
I felt
before the exam.
I was so
when I won the race.
Jane was
when her boyfriend
went away.
I felt
I was so
in the Maths lesson.
when I dropped the
bottle in the supermarket!
Mr Jones was
when he saw
because it was
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raining.
74
3 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
When I get a good mark, I feel
and when I get a bad mark, I feel
his car.
Tommy was
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I feel
on my birthday!
.
Level 2
Functions
10
3
Making a phone call
1
Look and complete. / Osserva e completa.
calling Can I speak to
Do you want to leave
he’s still at school is that Martha
isn’t here Can you ask her
Complete. / Completa.
can I speak to Rick Who’s calling
Is that Meg leave a message
Hang on No, it isn’t to call me back
1
A Hello.
1
. It’s her sister. Meg isn’t here
at the moment. She’s at her dance class.
Do you want to 2
Martha
B Hello, is that Martha? It’s Tammy here.
A No, it’s her mum. Martha 1
at the moment. Do you want to leave a
?
message?
B Yes, please. Can you ask her 3
? My number’s 020 7946 0911.
wants to speak to
A Hello.
B Hi! It’s Becky here. Is that Meg?
A
Tammy
B Yes, please. 2
to bring my CD
to school tomorrow?
A That’s 020 7946 0911. OK. Bye.
A OK, Tammy! Bye!
B Bye.
B Thanks. Bye.
A Hello.
B Hello, 4
please?
A Yes, certainly. 5
Luke
wants to speak to
Matthew
B Hello, 3
a minute ….
Rick! It’s for you! It’s Harry!
A Sorry,
b Can I speak to Mathilda?
. Who’s 5
?
B It’s Luke.
A
Match. / Abbina.
Matthew, please?
4
6
a message, Luke?
B No, it’s OK. I’ll call him later.
A OK, bye.
Who’s calling?
Is that Josh?
Do you want to leave a message?
(your name)
Does he have your phone number?
(your number)
4 And you? / E tu?
Complete. / Completa.
want to speak to
B No, it’s his brother, Tony.
C Sorry, she isn’t here at the moment.
(your friend’s name)
D Yes, please. Can you tell him to meet
me at 6 p.m.?
E No, he doesn’t. It’s 07700 900863.
F It’s Vivienne.
:PVSGSJFOETNPUIFS Hello.
:PV Hello. Can 1
:PVSGSJFOETNPUIFS Sorry,
?
2
at the moment. Who’s calling?
:PV
3
.
:PVSGSJFOETNPUIFS Do you want to leave a
message?
:PV Can you ask 4
call me back? My number’s 5
to
.
:PVSGSJFOETNPUIFS OK! Bye!
:PV Thanks, bye.
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A Hello.
?
B It’s Harry.
A Oh, hi, Harry! 6
2
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