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1Put the words in the right order. 2Use one or more words from the lesson in each blank.


1. for to work easy she's

2. very talk he's to to difficult

3. work he's with nice to

4. with live to easy she's

5. music pleasant listen this is to to

6. with get to on easy she's

· 7. pleasure it's work a her with to


1. My ex-girlfriend and I used to have a lot of rows; but when my new girlfriend and I have a .................., we talk about it.

2. I am very patient with young children, but I often .................. angry with adults.

3. My brother Phil is very easy .................. to.

4. I was sorry .................. that your mother was ill.

5. Before I came to England, I didn't .................. how different it was from other European countries.

6. Keith's .................. his mind: he's not going to America for his holiday, he's going to Greece instead.

7. I was .................. that house prices were going down.

8. Marilyn .................. angry for silly reasons sometimes.

9. She's a lovely person; it's .................. to work with her.

10. I like American food, but I can't .................. American beer.

 


3What did they say?

SUE: I like working with Paula.

S.he...sai.d...(:th.o.t)...kg....l4ke.c:A...N.P.r.k..ir.tg.................


6Put the past tense form of one of these verbs in each blank. Sometimes more than one answer may be correct.


w.i.l;h...P.Q.. ; .\.A.•..............................................................................

DAVE: She isn't always easy to get on with.

Hg...;$. .d....(thQ.t)..kl...was.n .t...0.. - --- t1-·


hear come put say see begin wake up


know make


lose tell

go can have


to... I;;...O. .!'!...W:I .'-·····································································

SUE: She's very fair.

DAVE: She doesn't like to hear about her mistakes.

SUE: She tells interesting stories.

DAVE: She doesn't always tell true stories. suE: She listens very well.

DAVE: She tells everyone else everything she hears.

SUE: Dave, you're not being fair.

DAVE: I don't like people who are cleverer than me.

 

 

4If you have Student's Cassette B, find Lesson 22, Exercise 6. Listen and repeat, trying for good intonation.

 

5Write about somebody you know well; use a lot of words and expressions from the lesson. OR: Imagine you live with a famous person. Write about how you get on with the person.


1. When I .................. yesterday it was raining.

2. I .................. Janet at the disco last night.

3. John .................. Prince when he was a boy.

4. I .................. the same voice teacher as Pavarotti.

5. He .................. his jacket on the bed, I think.

6. He .................. he .................. a headache, but I think he just didn't want to come.

7. How many people .................. to the meeting last night?

8. When she was younger she .................. run much faster than that.

9. They .................. to Bali for two weeks in

September.

10. Who .................. you they were here?

11. I .................. some people in the street at midnight . last night.

12. I ··········· ······ studying English when I was twelve.

13. I .................. a terrible mistake yesterday.

14. Karen .................. her glasses when she was in Spain.


 

"This could be difficult.They say they,re all together.,,

 

23If I were you,• • •


 

1Complete the dialogue with the past or conditional (with would)

of the verbs in the box. You should use some verbs more than once.

 

A: I can't think what to do. If John ........L...... here, he ........;?......... what to do.

B: If I ........J....... you, I ........1........ the instruction book.

A: I've read it twice already, but I can't understand anything. Do you think it ........S........ a good idea if I ............... the top off and ........7......... inside?

B: I don't know. I don't think I ........L..... that if it .........?........ mine.

A: Well, what .......HL.... you .....JJ....... if you .......U....... a problem like this?

B: I .......U....... John.

A: Well, that ......J.1...... easier if I .......U....... his number.

B: 61432.


 

2 Should or would?

1. If I were you, I ..................n't do it like that.

2. I think you .................. phone the police.

3................... you like a cup of tea?

4. It .................. be better if you turned it upside down.

5. I think everybody .................. stop smoking.

6. Ann said that she .................. be here at six o'clock, but she isn't.

7. People ..................n't drink and

drive.


be do have know


look phone read take I


8. What .................. you do if you won a million dollars?



3 How many things are wrong in the picture? Example:

J.he....@.ke.s....o..r.e....-i.qe..!io.w.n......

 

 


4 If you have Student's Cassette B, find Lesson 23, Exercise 2. Listen and practise the pronunciation of some of the sentences. Then listen again with the Student's Book open at page 70,

and try to find all the differences.

 

 

5 Try to fill in the gaps in the letter without looking at the words in the box. Then look at the box for help with the words you could not guess.

 

Dear Al,

...1...a lot for your last letter. ...2.. . I ...3...answered

before; I've ..... very busy getting ready to go to New York.

I was really sorry ...5... about your trouble with Sally, especially because it's ...6... going on for so long. You ..:1. . .

try to make a decision soon, I think - it's bad for ...8... of you to go on like this. I think perhaps it would ...Q •• if you

separated, but of course I might be ..lQ..-I don't know Sally

very well.

You know, if ..ll.. I'd go away for a couple of ...l.. If you were ..1.. , you could think things out ..11.. and decide what to do. ..1.. take your holiday now and go off to Scotland

or somewhere like that? I'm ..1Q..it would do you a lot of good.

Write again ..J?.. and let me know how things are going. And

don't ..1? .. to kiss Julie for me. Ann sends her ..J?..,

Yours,


6 A friend of yours has a problem. For example: he or she doesn't like his or her job; or is having trouble with a parent/ child/wife/husband/lover; or has money problems; or can't decide what to do after leaving school. Write a short letter giving your opinion. Use some of the words and expressions from Exercise 5 and from the Student's Book lesson.


 


be better been been both haven't to hear I were you sure Thanks weeks wrong


calmly by yourself love should soon

Why don't you


forget

Sorry


 







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