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Starters. Student's Book. Third edition. Anne Robinson. Karen Saxby with Audio. T h ISBN Student's Book with audio and online activities. View, download: Fun for Starters. Student's Book. Teacher's Book. On-line resources. Progress Tests. Robinson A, Saxby K. (, 4th ed.) (+ Audio) (pdf; mp3). Fun for Starters - Cambridge - Free download as PDF File .pdf) or read online Storyfun for Flyers Student's Book Fun for Movers Student's Book 3d edition.
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Ship or Sheep? Student's Book Audio The Student's Book audio for each level is available in mp3 format and can be downloaded from here. Recording scripts Full recording scripts for each level. Additional Resources Follow this link to download extra resources for each level. Twitter Facebook Youtube Instagram. Cookies Policy In order to improve our web services, we place third party and our own cookies on your computer. It s big and ii s fr. Say the addresses, phone numbers and email addresses in the text.
Check them in a dictionary. C Read the texts. Choose the correct word in the sentences below. Listening 3 a lID listen. Match a conversation to a tourist attraction in the text. Conversation 1 1 Is [beep] near here?
Conversation 2 4 Good. Is it near? Underline all the example of questions with be. Active grammar O :Am your friend? Yes, you are. Yes, I am. No, I m not. Yes, we are. No, we aren t. Yes, theyare. No, they aren t. Are you from China? Then write a short answer. B: Yes, it is. B:Yes, 4 a museum it is A,? B:No, 5 is open the shop A,? B:Yes, , you an actor are A,? B:No, Reading and speaking 6 Work in pairs. Student A: read the text below about Harrods and answer your partner s questions.
Ask for information about the Louvre. Student B: look at page Read the text about the Louvre and answer your partner s questions. Ask for information about Harrods. Check the meaning of new words in a dictionary. Nouns Adjectives skirt small c Which words follow very: nouns or adjectives? Ho, Very hot 2 ID listen and read the conversation below. Sara: Hi, louis. It s Sara.
How are you and Paul? Sara: We re fine, thanks. And you? Where are you? Sara: We re in Morocco. Sara: No, we aren t, We re in Marakesh. Sara: Yes, it is.
It s very beautiful. It s very hot. Sara: No, it isn t, It s very small and very old. Is the food nice? Sara: Yes, it s very nice. Are Mum and Dad OK? They re fine. Sara: OK, see you on Friday.
Sara: Bye. Read and repeat the conversation. Remember the conversation. Morocco Casablanca? Marakesh beautiful? Ves hot? Ves hotel nice? No food nice? Mum and Dad? Bye Bye 4 a Write a new conversation. Use new people, new places and other adjectives. Esther: Hello.
Flavia: Hi. It s Flavia. The verb to be o I m am You re ore He in Istanbul. She s is from Turkey. You oren t in room He isn t my brother. She is not my sister.
It acamero. We aren t from the US. They oren t friends. Short answers Am I your friend? No, you oren t. Yes, Jom. I m not. Is he your brother? No, we oren t. No, they oren t. They re not at home. My wife is from Rome. You re in Istanbul. Your son is in London. He s Mr Hanson. His manager is Mr Reid. Her daughter is three. It s not a big hotel. Its roams are smalf. We re on holiday. Our hotel is very nice. They re in Italy Their children are at home. They re great.
It s a big market. Key vocabulary Tourist attractions a castle a cathedral a palace a museum a gallery a department store a market a mountain a lake Holiday things backpack book camera map MP3 player pair of shoes pair of trousers top skirt suitcase Complete the sentences in the plural. Sally and Paul are my friends, too. We in the Radford Hotel, too. They accountants, too. Michelle and I Alan and 01 From? Scotland Ireland Job? Michelle and I are from Scotland. Right now 7 on holiday in Ireland.
I m Ms Carter. It s open tomorrow. She s my mum. You re in room I m Tom. Ihe Write short answers for each question in Ex. It s in my suitcase. NO, it isn t. It s 3 Is it today? No, it isn t. It s 4 Is Tate Modern a?
It s a 5 Is Hampton Court a? A glfe c Work in pairs. Cover the words. Say the places. Ask What s your favourite. A: What s your favourite supermarket? B: Quickbuy is my favourite. Match the pictures with the words in the box below. Read your sentences to your partner. Espresso is my favourite. Match a picture A-C to a conversation Complete the phrases below with the words in the box.
Repeat the conversations in pairs. Grammar I Can I have. Match a phrase on the left to a phrase on the right. Active grammar Can I have a orange juices, please? Can I have an cheese sandwich, please? Can I have two iced coffee, please? Anything else? NO, thank you. Can I have. Can I help you? A: Certainly. Anything 2? B: Yes, please. J small chicken salad, too?
A: Sure. Pronunciation 7 CD Listen and repeat. Circle the correct prices in each conversation. Say a price. Your partner writes the price.
Speaking 9 a Read the How to. Close your books. Write a conversation in a coffee shop. Look at the menu. Student A: you are an assistant in a coffee shop.
Student B: you are a customer. Order food and drink. Reading 2 a Choose a market or shop in your country.
Answer the questions from Ex. Write notes. Match a question in the box to the information Is it free? Where is the market? When is it open? Is it big? What is it?
What is on sale in the market? Yes, it is. It s a market for Londoners and tourists. Mod"n It,;n,! Antiques, old clothes and food are popular. Talk about your market or shop. A: Where is it? B: It s in Tokyo.
Vocabulary Iclothes and colours 3 a lID listen. Match a colour to the clothes a-i. What clothes and colours are in your classroom? Listening and speaking 4 look at the How to. Point to the things in the picture below. Talk about the prices. A: How much are they? Complete the questions. Check your answers in tapescript 4. Complete the questions with this, that, these or those. Speaking 8 Work in pairs. Student A: look at the picture in Ex. Write prices for the clothes and bags in the picture.
Student B: ask for the prices of the clothes and bags in the picture in Ex. Writing 9 Write a paragraph about your favourite shop or market from Ex. Use the text about Portobello market to help you.
It s in. Where is each photo? What is in each photo? Match each conversation to a photo. Complete the gaps in the conversations. Two adults and one child? B: Single or return? A: Return. B: That s forty-two thirty, please. Can I have a packet of aspirin, please?
B: Twenty-four, please. B: That s fifteen pounds ninety, please. B: Sure. Sign here, please. Here you are. A: Thanks. A: Thank you. Repeat the conversations. A: Can I have two tickets to London, please. Complete the phrases in the How to. Single or?
Here ore. Enter PIN number, please. Write a new conversation in a shop or train station. Grammar I possessive s 6 a Match the things below to people in the photos. Active grammar Use s to show possession. Kevin It s Kevin s passport. Rosie 3 This is his email address. TakumO 4 What is her address? Adele 5 Are you her brother? Teresa 6 That is his suitcase. Oanek Speaking 8 a Each student gives something to the teacher e. Check that you know the names for each thing.
A: Is that Anna s bag? B: No, it isn t. It s Helen s bag. II Communication Excuse me, where is the. A B c o 1 The car park is on West Street. The chemist is next to the market. Ask questions about the map.
B: It s. B: You re welcome. I m sorry. I don t know.
Never mind. Ask questions about your map. Your partner gives you the information. Student A: look at page Use Can Ihave. Are these books free? That hat is great!
This jumper is beautiful. Possessive s Use s to show possession. That is Herbie s passport. Mary is Dy1an2 daughter. Those are lady s tickets. How much is that computer? How much Of e those books? When you say prices, it is normal to leave out the currency. Can I have a chicken sandwich and an espresso, please. ITake away. INo, thank you. I ICertainly. B: It s my new top. B: They re A: It s a present. Happy birthday! B: They re chicken. B: Is thisAhatAheseAhose your car in the car park?
A: No, it isn t. My car is blue. B: They re my friends. This is his suitcase. This is lamie s suitcase. That s her baby. That s 3 He s Placido. They re his daughters.
They re 4 That s Jay. That is his restaurant. That s 5 He s Michael. They re his friends. They re 6 She s Lillian. He s her brother. He s 7 This is Pat.
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They are her children. They re 8 He s my Dad. That s his cafe. That s Add four more possessive s to this email. How are you? What s your news? Our house is very busy. Ann s mother - Hilda - is here.
She s in Paul bedroom. Paul is in Tom bedroom with Tom.
They aren t happy. Bob - Hilda husband - isn t here. He s at home with Hilda dog! See you soon, Jay 6 Rearrange the letters to make a word.
Repeat the sentences. What cities are in the north, south, east, west and centre of the country? Malago is in the north ofSpain. Ask your teacher or use a dictionary. Talk about the photos.
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A: What s in photo 8? B: A hill, a river and. What is your favourite place for a holiday? My favourite place for a holiday is the south of France. My favourite place for a holiday is Cornwall. Cornwall is in the southwest of England. The coast and the countryside are very beautiful and the beaches are great.
There are two famous castles in Cornwall. Tintagel Castle is in the north of Cornwall and Pendennis Castle is in the south.
There s a great art gallery in the west of Cornwall. It s calted Tate 5t Ives. There is a new tourist attraction in south-east Cornwall. It s calted The Eden Project. It s near Bodmin. There are plants from alt over the world. There s a beautiful outdoor theatre in the west of Cornwall. It s called the Minack Theatre. Newquav b I1D Close your books and listen. When you hear the beep , say the next word. Cornwall is in the south-west of beep Students:. Speaking 3 a look at the list. What is important for a good holiday?
Choose three things. I think beautiful beaches are important for a good holiday. Circle all the examples of there s, there is and there are.
Active grammar There s a great gallery. There - a theatre. There two famous castles. J good restaurants in Sao Paolo. Talk about the tourist attractions. Bowl Markel There are two airports in Los Angeles. Los Angeles International Airport is in the west. Long Beach Airport is. Vocabulary I same, a tot of 6 a Match the sentences to the pictures. Writing 8 Make notes about your favourite place for a holiday.
There are a lot ofgood restaurants in the centre oftown. Cover the sentences and talk about the town square. Complete a-e in the map below. Are these sentences true mor false F? Correct the false sentences. IrJ 2 There is a restaurant next to the train station.
D 3 There aren t any banks near the hotel. D 4 The bank is open today. D 5 The cathedral and the museum are tourist attractions. D 6 There s a gallery in the square. D a Read the How to.Ask your partner questions from the Active grammar box.
There is a new tourist attraction in south-east Cornwall. INo, thank you. B: He s my brother. Use: Do you like. I m Stephen Taylor. A: 1 What s your name?
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