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Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 69772 9 English Unlimited A2 Elementary Coursebook with e Portfolio. Alex Tilbury Theresa Clementson Leslie Anne Hendra and David Rea. More information, w GRAMMAR 3 In the article Frances says I ve never had a mobile phone Is she talking about. Present perfect, verbs 1 the past 2 the present 3 her whole life up to now. 4 Complete the sentences with ve have or s has 3 38 Listen to check P. present perfect have has past participle,1 I never played golf. 2 You never been to my at,3 He never eaten a hamburger. 4 We never had a garden,5 They never worked in an of ce before. 5 a Find the past participles of these verbs in the article. Regular ed Irregular,1 play played 7 go been 11 eat. 2 like 8 have 12 understand,3 work 9 read 13 do,4 believe 10 see 14 say. b What are the past participles of these verbs Look at Irregular verbs on p160 to check. ride take drink y drive meet be,6 Make sentences with the present perfect. 1 I never do any extreme sports 5 My parents never go to the USA. 2 I never understand maths 6 I never be interested in football. 3 We never have a TV at home 7 My mother never like cooking. 4 My brother never smoke 8 Jo never work in an of ce before. WRITING 7 a Write six sentences with never about yourself or people you know three true and. three false, b Listen to each other s sentences Which do you think are true Which are false. I ve always wanted to,I ve always,wanted to swim,with dolphins. I ve always,go to Egypt, LISTENING 1 Listen to Andrei and Anne talk about things they ve always wanted to do. Match the speakers to the pictures, 2 a 3 39 Listen again Why do they want to do these things. b Read the script on p157 to check, SPEAKING 3 a Think of some things you ve always wanted to do. b Tell each other about the things I ve always wanted to ride an elephant. Ask questions to nd out more Why, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 69772 9 English Unlimited A2 Elementary Coursebook with e Portfolio. Alex Tilbury Theresa Clementson Leslie Anne Hendra and David Rea. More information,13 2 goals,Great places talk about experiences. talk about places you ve been to,VOCABULARY 1 Which of these things can you see in. Sights the town or city where you are now, Vocabulary reference a castle city walls a fountain a museum a palace ruins a sculpture. Sights p147 a statue a tomb a waterfall caves gardens a skyscraper. The Winter Palace in 2 Talk in groups,St Petersburg is very. famous 1 Can you think of famous examples of the sights in 1. 2 What kind of sights do you like going to see, READING 3 What do you know about these places Have you been to any of them. Salto Angel Venezuela Park G ell Barcelona Taj Mahal Agra. 4 a Work in groups of three A read about Salto Angel below B read about G ell Park. on p123 C read about the Taj Mahal on p127 Find out what these numbers mean. Salto Angel 979 1933 1937,G ell Park 60 1900 1914 1923. Taj Mahal 1631 20 000 25 million,The people behind the places. Salto Angel At 979 metres high Salto Angel in Venezuela is the. highest waterfall in the world The local Pemon people have always. known about the falls and call them Parekupa Meru meaning waterfall. of the deepest place but it was a pilot from the USA Jimmie Angel. who made them famous around the world He ew over the falls in. 1933 and then landed his plane on Aiyan tepui the mountain at the. top of the falls in 1937 Later the falls took his name Salto Angel in. Spanish Angel Falls in English They re very dif cult to get to but you. Jimmie Angel can see them from the air or from a boat on the Churun river. b Tell each other about the people and places, LISTENING 5 3 40 Listen to Monica and Prema talking about the places in the article Who s. been to G ell Park the Taj Mahal Angel Falls, 6 a 3 40 Listen again Are these sentences true or false. 1 Monica grew up in Barcelona,2 She thinks G ell Park is beautiful. 3 Prema would like to visit the Taj Mahal,4 She had a two week holiday in Venezuela. 5 She saw Angel Falls from a boat,6 Monica doesn t like ying. b Read the script on p157 158 to check, Prema Monica 7 Which of the places sounds the most interesting Why. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 69772 9 English Unlimited A2 Elementary Coursebook with e Portfolio. Alex Tilbury Theresa Clementson Leslie Anne Hendra and David Rea. More information,Have you ever, GRAMMAR 1 a You can use the present perfect to talk about your life up to now Complete the. Present perfect sentences with been seen and heard. present perfect has have past participle,1 Have you been to G ell Park Yes I have. 2 Have you ever the Taj Mahal No I haven t,3 I ve to Angel Falls. 4 I ve it on television,5 I haven t there,6 I ve never of it. ever at any time in your life,b 3 41 Listen to check P. 2 a Complete the conversations with verbs in the present perfect. 1 A Have you seen you see the Forbidden City in Beijing. B No but I hear of it,2 A you hear of Petra in Jordan. B Yes I Everyone says it s beautiful,3 A you eat sushi. B No I What s it like,4 A you read Anna Karenina,B I not read it but I see a lm of it. 5 A you play golf, Grammar reference B No I see it on TV but I never try it. and practice p141, b Ask the questions in pairs and answer with your own ideas. PRONUNCIATION 3 a Mark the words that link Remember that consonants at the ends of words link to. Linking vowels at the start of words,consonants and 1 It s a very unusual place. 2 I ve been there lots of times,3 I ve never heard of it x2. 4 I ve seen it on television x2,5 What s it like, b 3 42 Look at the script on p158 and listen to check P Practise saying 1 5. SPEAKING 4 a Make a list of, 1 ve famous cities around the world Shanghai New York. 2 ve cities in the country where you are now Riyadh Jeddah. 3 ve places in the town or city where you are now the castle the Arts Theatre. b In groups nd out who s been to the places on the list Then use follow up. questions to nd out more,Have you been to What s it like. Would you like to,Have you seen Is it,Have you heard of Does it have. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 69772 9 English Unlimited A2 Elementary Coursebook with e Portfolio. Alex Tilbury Theresa Clementson Leslie Anne Hendra and David Rea. More information,3 3 Target activity,13 3 goals,Get information and talk about experiences. nd out information about things,recommendations, TASK LISTENING 1 You want to take a visitor to a nice. restaurant How do you choose the,restaurant Do you. go to a restaurant you know,try a new place you ve heard about. look for places on the internet,ask friends about places they know. look in a local guide,do something else,2 3 43 Listen to Kieran asking three. colleagues about restaurants,1 Why does he want to go to a restaurant. 2 Does he choose the Italian Indian or,American restaurant. TASK 3 a Can you remember what they said Match 1 7 with a g. VOCABULARY, 1 Have you been to that new Italian a OK I ll think about it Thanks. Getting restaurant Sicilia b No I haven t sorry, information 2 You could ask Prema c OK I ll try it. 3 Have you tried Sicilia the Italian place d OK I ll ask her Thanks. 4 What was it like e Akash I ve never heard of it,5 It s really nice f Yes we went there two three. 6 Take her to Akash weeks ago, 7 You ll love it Really g It was OK but quite expensive. b 3 43 Listen again to check, 4 In pairs take turns to say sentences 1 7 and remember the answers. TASK 5 a Choose one situation and think of things to ask about. You re taking a visitor out for a meal You re thinking about going. Think of some restaurants and caf s on holiday somewhere. to ask other students about different Think of some. places you ve never been to,You want to do a new,sport or activity Think of. You d like to do an evening class,some sports and activities. and learn a new skill Think of some,you ve never tried. things you d like to try,You d like to take some interesting books. Have you been to that,on holiday with you Think of some books. new Thai restaurant,you ve heard of but haven t read. No but have, you tried b Ask other people for information and recommendations. 6 Choose one of the recommendations Explain why you chose it. Have you read,One Hundred,Years of Solitude, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 69772 9 English Unlimited A2 Elementary Coursebook with e Portfolio. Alex Tilbury Theresa Clementson Leslie Anne Hendra and David Rea. More information,13 EXPLORE,Keyword thing,1 a Complete the sentences with thing or things. 1 What are you happy you ve never done Unit 13, 2 You don t always have time to do all the tourist Unit 13. 3 This is the best paracetamol Unit 12, 4 The first I saw was a huge spider on the wall Unit 11. 5 Where are the plates and Unit 5, b In which sentences does thing s mean object s In which sentences does it mean activities. 2 a Match 1 6 with a f, 1 What s that over there a Yes I need to nish a few things before I go home. 2 Are you working late tonight Chris b Yes I guess we like similar things. 3 Let s go The next train s at 5 20 c That thing It s a unicycle. 4 You and your sister really get along well d Not much Watch TV read a book things like that. 5 So what are we doing today e Well the rst thing is I need to get some money. 6 What do you do on Saturdays f OK I ll just get my things and we can go. b Cover a f Test each other Take turns to say 1 6 and remember a f. 3 Find someone in the class who, 1 always has a lot of things in their pockets 4 likes cycling and running and things like that. 2 has lots of things to do this weekend 5 has a lot of things to do at work this month. 3 likes doing similar things to you 6 needs to buy a few things on the way home. Across cultures Your experiences, 1 a 3 44 Listen to Jessica David and Hyun talking about their experiences. of other cultures Match each person with a country and a topic. Egypt Brazil Spain food people music, b Talk together What did they say about each topic Listen again to check. 2 a Match 1 7 with a g,1 I was surprised that a because of the music. 2 It s something people do in Spain b food,3 It s more than just c I ve read a lot about it. 4 I remember walking d on special occasions, 5 I couldn t believe how e I really enjoyed the food. 6 I got interested in Brazil f friendly people were. 7 I ve never been there but g to work for the rst time. b Read the script on p158 to check, 3 a Think of your experiences of other cultures For example. listening to music or eating food from other countries. meeting people from other countries, reading books or watching lms from other countries. going to language classes, seeing art or cultural exhibitions from other countries. travelling to another country, b Talk about your experiences with another student. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 69772 9 English Unlimited A2 Elementary Coursebook with e Portfolio. Alex Tilbury Theresa Clementson Leslie Anne Hendra and David Rea. More information,3 EXPLORESpeaking Goal, 1 a 3 45 Listen to three conversations Match them start and nish conversations in different. situations,with pictures A C,b Read conversations 1 3 to check. 2 a Put the highlighted expressions from the,conversations into the right groups. Starting a Finishing a,conversation conversation,How are things I ll talk to you later. b 3 46 Listen to check P,3 a How can you reply to the expressions in 2a. In groups think of ideas 1,SU MIN Hello, How are things Fine thanks KURT Hello Su Min This is Kurt. SU MIN Oh hi Kurt How are things,KURT Fine thanks Listen can you talk now. I m great thanks SU MIN Well actually I m going out in ten minutes Is it. KURT Erm no not really Can I call you back later, b Compare with the responses in the conversations SU MIN Yeah any time after eight is ne I ll talk to you. 4 a Cover the conversations Make sentences with KURT OK thanks Bye. these words,1 Can talk,2 Are doing anything now 2, 3 Excuse got moment JULIA Abdul Excuse me have you got a moment. 4 haven t seen long time ABDUL Yes of course, 5 Have got time a cup of tea JULIA Thanks I wanted to ask you about the Maxwell. 6 I ll talk later account,7 See party, 8 It nice talking you JULIA well I shouldn t keep you Abdul Thanks for. 9 I ll call time your help,10 Thanks help ABDUL Any time. JULIA Thanks See you at the meeting, b In pairs take turns to say sentences 1 10 and reply. ABDUL Yes see you,5 Read the two situations, It s Monday You phone a friend to talk about your ANDREI Pete How are you I haven t seen you for a long. weekend time, 1 Say hello and check your friend has time to talk PETE I m great thanks. 2 Ask about your friend s weekend Talk about ANDREI Hey are you doing anything now. your weekend PETE No not really, 3 Finish your conversation ANDREI Have you got time for a coffee and a chat. PETE Sure great idea,ANDREI well it was good talking to you Pete. You work for a computer software company You,PETE Yeah really nice. need to arrange a meeting with your colleague to,ANDREI Anyway I ll text you some time. plan next month s sales conference Think about,PETE Yeah that would be nice Take care. when you are free this week,ANDREI You too Bye,1 Say hello and check your colleague has time. 2 Agree a day and time for the meeting 6 Have two conversations in A B pairs A start. 3 Finish your conversation conversation 1 Then B start conversation 2. Hi Masha how are you,Have you got time for a chat, in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org. Cambridge University Press, 978 0 521 69772 9 English Unlimited A2 Elementary Coursebook with e Portfolio. Alex Tilbury Theresa Clementson Leslie Anne Hendra and David Rea. More information,13 Look again,Review Extension,VOCABULARY Sights SPELLING AND SOUNDS wh. 1 a Complete these words with vowels a e i o u 4 a 3 48 Listen How do we say wh in each word. Circle w or h,c ty w lls 1 what w h 6 white w h,f nt n 2 who w h 7 wheel w h. m s m 3 when w h 8 whole w h,p l c 4 which w h 9 whisper w h. r ns 5 why w h 10 whose w h, b Complete the rule Then practise saying the words. t mb Say wh as h when it is before the letter,c Spellcheck Close your book Listen to ten. b Can you see these things in your country Where words and write them down. Are any of them famous sights,d Check your spelling on p158. c Do you recommend visiting them Talk together,NOTICE both neither. GRAMMAR Present perfect, 5 a Read part of Kieran s conversation with Monica. 2 a Complete the questions with the past participles Which highlighted word means Sicilia and Browne s. of these verbs Which word means not Sicilia and not Browne s. KIERAN Have you been to Sicilia or Browne s,buy do eat go meet play read see. MONICA Yes I have Both of them, 1 Who s the most interesting person you ve ever KIERAN Which one should we go to. MONICA Neither,2 What s the worst lm you ve ever,3 What the most expensive thing you ve. b Complete the conversations with both or neither, ever 1 MONICA So were you on the river or on the mountain. 4 What s the most boring game you ve PREMA We were in a plane. ever 2 HYUN Most of my CDs are samba and Brazilian. 5 What s the most exciting book jazz I love kinds of music. you ve ever,c Ask and answer questions about pairs of things. 6 What s the most dif cult thing,Try to use both or neither in your replies. you ve ever, 7 What s the most beautiful place Have you tried Neither. you ve ever to Do you like Do you like, 8 What s the sweetest food you ve ever Do you use tea or coffee. I prefer tea,b Ask and answer the questions together. CAN YOU REMEMBER Unit 12 Health and advice,3 a Complete the conversation with these words. got hear home I m I ve not,Self assessment,should to you you. Can you do these things in English Circle a number. RUUD Are all right on each line 1 I can t do this 5 I can do this well. SALLY No really a headache, RUUD Oh sorry that Maybe talk about experiences 1 2 3 4 5. go say what you ve never done and always,wanted to do. b 3 47 Listen to check talk about places you ve been to 1 2 3 4 5. nd out information about things 1 2 3 4 5, c Think of more expressions for health problems start and nish conversations in different. situations,a stomach ache a problem with my knee, d Practise the conversation with different problems For Wordcards reference and saving your work e Portfolio. For more practice Self study Pack Unit 13,and advice Take turns to start. in this web service Cambridge University Press www cambridge org.
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