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1Listening5 E$| Listento Saratatking about her visit to Carnival. Whatdid she think of it?Usten again. Are these sentences true O) or false (F)? 1 Sarawas stayingin Rio. 2 lt was r ainin g h e n s h e a rri v e d . w 3 T heywer e pl a n n i n g c a n c e th e c a rn i v ab e cause to l l of t he r ain. 4 W hen t he r ai ns to p p e dth e c a rn i v as ta rte d . , l 5 A n audienc e f 7 0 ,0 0 0 a s w a i ti n gi n th e o w S am badr om e . Look again at the sentencesabove. Underline verbs in the past simple and verbs in the @ past continuous.

PractlceIComplete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs iri brackets. Example: rwet (meet)Tom yesterday I while I was waLtLwg (wait)for a bus. 1 | -2 He _of him. 3 Jul i a 4 (go)to the ci nema i ce l astw eekend. tw (drive) very fast, when he (see)a dog run acrossthe roadin front (l i sten) l oud musi c,so sh e to (not/ hear) the doorbel l . (you/ see) Pabloat the party?He

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Grammar focusI Gombinethese sentencesto make rules about the past simple and the past continuous. 1 T h e p a s ts i m p l e. . . 2 T h e p a s tc o n t i n u o u.s . . 3 S om et im esh e p a s tc o n ti n u o u s t ... a) is us edt o d e s c ri b e l o n g e r c ti o no r e v e nt a a whic h is in te rru p te b y a n a c ti o no r e v e n ti n the d pas ts im pl ete n s e . des c r ibes n a c ti o no r e v e n ti n th e p a s t. a des c r ibes s i tu a ti o n v e ra p e ri o d f ti m e i n the a o o past.lt is often usedto set the context to a story.

G e tt a l k i n.g . .10 In pairs, tell your partner a true story about you. Firstset the context.Then describe actionbut the exaggerate some of the information makethe story to more i nteresti ng. Thesei deasmay hel pyou. o You met a famousperson o Youdid something very dangerous o Y ouhadan acci dent o Youwent to a strangeplace o Y oufoundsomethi ngnteresti ng i o Youfell in love Y ourpartner must deci de hi ch i nformati on true and w is w hi ch i nformati on exaggerated. is

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andwrlting11 Writeyour story as part of an informalletterto a friend.Exaggerate some of the story to makeit moreinteresting.

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p A r ey o ua m o r n i n g e r s o n ?ary Vocabul and speakingIn pai rs,di scussthe fol l ow i ngquesti ons. partof the day?W hy? What i s yourfavouri te l eastfavouri te / 2 Match the phrases about sleep with the correct definitions. Phrases person 1 a mornrng 2 stay up late oversreep 4 havean earl yni ght not be ableto keep (your) eyesopen o havea l i e-i n 7 be an earl yri ser 8 w ake up I f a l la s l e e p 1 0 get out of bed on the w rong si de 3 Definitions than pl anned a) sl eepl onger personwho feels goodI alertin the b) a mornrngs w c) a person ho gets up earl y d) stop sl eeprng e) begi nto sl eep f) go to bed l aterthan usual g) stayi n bed l aterthan usua l than usual h) go to bed earl i er i ) be i n a bad mood i n the mo r nt ng j ) fi nd i t di ffi culto stayaw akeat t the day ti mes duri ng

Describethe people in the pictures using the phrases from Exercise2.

i R e a dn g4 Read the text and say which of the pictures are described.

iiVic has eaten his two slices of toast and is on his third cup of tea and first cigarette of the day when Marjorie enters the kitchen in her dressing gown and slippers. 'Smoking,' she says, condensing into a single word an argument well known to both of them.Vic grunts. He glances at the kitchen clock. 'shouldn't Sandra and Gary be getting up? I won't waste my breath on Raymond.' 'Gary doesn't have school today. The teachers are on strike.' 'What about Sandra?' 'I'm taking her to the doctor's.' 'W'hat's the matter with her?' Marjorie yawns evasively.'Oh, nothing serious.' 'Why can't she go on her own? A girl of seventeen should be able to go to the doctor's without someone to hold her hand.' 'I don't go in with het not unless she wants me to.I iust wait with her.' Vic regards his wife suspiciously.'You're not going shopping with her afterwards?' Mariorie blushes.'.Well,she needs a new pair of shoes ...' Adaptedfrom Nice Workby DavidLodge

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Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 2 3 4 5 6 What did Vic havefor breakfast? W hat does M a rj o ri e i n ka b o u ts m o k i n g ? th W ho got out o f b e d o n th e w ro n g s i d e ? W ho s houldb e g e tti n gu p ? W hic hc hildo fte no v e rs l e e o s ? W hat do V ic a n d Ma ri o ri e l ka b o u t? ta

G e tt a l k i n g9 Do a survey to find the morning people in your class. 1 C ompl ete questi ons ngthe prompts. the usi 2 D o the questi onnai re pai rs, in your then di scuss answ ersIn groups.

t]rammar ocus T6 Look at the examples and underlinethe correct alternativesin sentences 1-4. A Subjectquestions:Who speaksto Vic? Answer:Marjorie speaks Vic. to B Objectquestions:Who doesVic speakto? Answer:He speaks Mariorie. tot1r,ebLrdswake CarLos ,lcp.

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1 ln A, Marjorieis the subject / the object. 2 ln B, Marjorieis the subject / the object. 3 Subject questions / Object questions need anaux iliarv er b . y W hen we as k q u e s ti o n s b o u tth e s u b j e c t f the a o s ent enc e,he w o rd o rd e ro f th e q u e s ti o n n d the t a answer is fhe same / different.

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Look at Exercise5 again and answer the questions. 1 Which au*iliary verbs are used? 2 Which are subject questions and which are object questions?

Practice8Look at the prompts and write the questions. Use the answers to help you decide if it is a subject or object question. got Example: up / first? Who got , fursta Vic. T 1 M ar jor ie gown lwea r? Dressing a n ds l i p p e r s . 2 Vic / speakto / first? Ma rj o ri e . 3 lik e/ hav ea lie -i n ? A l lt h e c h i l d r e n . 4 V ic/ glanc e at? T h e k i tc h e n ock. cl 5 take / Sandra the doctor's? H e rm o th e ri s. to 6 Marjorie planto do afterthe / Goshopping. doctor's? 7 Marjorie say aboutthe / T h e ya re o n stri ke. t eac her s ? A : W hat akes upi n you w themorni ng? B :A l arge coffeel

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