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LIFELINES 2
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  1. People 2 2 People AIMS: 1. Use simple present tense with the verb “to be”. 2. Use imperatives. 3. Write a paragraph about oneself. 4. Make conversations about greetings. 5. Read word stress. Grammar The verb to be Grammar in use 1 1 2.1 Read and listen to the conversations. 2 Answer these questions. 1 Where is the meeting? 2 Where is Ms Watson? 3 Where are Mr and Mrs Smith from? Rules Rules 1 Look at the table. 15
  2.  People 2                                                                              a Add the short forms of the verb to be. ´re ´s ´m am _____ I here. am not _____ He is _____ She from Portugal. is not _____ It We are  _____ You in room ten. are not _____ They b Find the negative short forms in the conversations. Add them to the table. 2 How do we make questions with the verb to be? The meeting is here. ______________ here? They are from America. ______________ from America? 3 Look at the conversations again. a Complete the short answers. 1 A Are you Ms Watson? B No, I’m _______. 2 A Are Mr and Mrs Smith from America? B No, they ______. 3 A Is the meeting here? B No, it _______. b Give the short answers for these conversations. Practice 1 Complete the conversations with the correct form of the verb to be. 1 A ________ this your pen? 16
  3. People 2 B No, it _______. 2 A ______ you from Spain? B No, I _____, I _____ from Argentina. 3 A Where _____ the meeting? B It _____ in the room over there. 4 A Mr and Mrs James _____ here. B Where ______ they? A They _______ on holiday. 5 A Excuse me. _____ you Mr and Mrs Wilson? B No, we _____. We ______ Mr and Mrs Smith. 2 Work with a partner. Ask and answer about the people in your class or on page 7. EXAMPLES A Is _______ from Brazil? B Yes, he / she is / No, he / she isn’t. He / she’s from______. A Are _______ from Turkey? B Yes, they are / No, they aren’t. They’re from ______. 3 Write true sentences. 1 We _______ in room 10. 2 I _______ from Canada. 3 My name ________. 4 My partner _______ from Britain. 5 We _______ in a meeting. 6 My favourite colours _______. 7 I ________ tall. 8 New York _______. 9 ________ my favourite city. 10 Our teacher ________. 17
  4.  People 2                                                                              Reading and writing Vocabulary People and jobs Classroom language (2) 1 Look at these instructions. 11 2.3 Read and listen to the texts. a a I’m Walter Bergen and  I’m from  New York in the USA.  I’m thirty­one years  old and I’m a doctor.  I’m married. My wife’  name is Candy and  she’s an architect.  She’s thirty­one, too.  b In this photo we’re on  holiday in Florida. b My name’s Meena  Kuhmar.  I’m twenty­six years  old and I’m from  Bristol in England,  c but my parents are  from India. I’m a  dentist and I’m  married. My husband is  twenty­seven and he’s  an engineer. His  name’s Suresh. In this  photo we’re in our  garden. c My name’s Tim   Caldwell.  I’m from Melbourne in  Australia. I’m twenty   years old and I’m a  student. I’m not  married. My girlfriend   is a secretary. Her  2 2 2.2 Listen and follow the instructions. name’s Glenda and   3 Work with a partner. Give him/ her some she’s twenty­two. In  instructions. this photo we’re with   her parents at their  house. 18
  5. People 2 _______ parents. 3 This is Alan with _______ girlfriend. _______ a teacher. _______ name’s Annette and _______ from Belgium. 2 Match the texts and the pictures. 4 Suzie is a hairdresser. _______ married. 1 Who are the people in each picture? _______ husband is a shop assistant. 2 Where are they? _______ name’s Joe. 4 Look at the texts again. Glenda, Suresh, and Candy are introducing themselves and their partners. Write their texts. Language focus: Possessive  5 Write a paragraph about yourself. Add a adjectives photograph. a Look at the texts again and complete  My name’s _______. I’m from _______ in   the table. _______. I’m _______ years old and I’m a/an   _______ .I’m (not) married. My wife / husband /   Subject  Possessive  girlfriend / boyfriend is _______. His / her name’s   pronoun adjective _______. He / she’s _______ years old. In this   I _______ photo we’re ______. he _______ she _______ Vocabulary file: Jobs a Complete the names of these jobs. Use a it its dictionary to help you. we _______ stu_______ sec_______ you your waiter / waitress arch_______ shop assistant den_______ they _______ do_______ eng_______ tea_______ nurse bank clerk pil_______ b b2.4 Listen, check, and repeat. b Look at these sentences. c Look at these sentences. Compare them with His name’s Tim. Her name’s  your language. Glenda. I’m a dentist. c When do we use his or her? Is it the  She’s an architect. same in your language? d Work with a partner. Ask and answer about the people in the pictures. EXAMPLE A Is Suresh a bank clerk? B No, he isn’t. He’s an engineer. 3 Complete the sentences with his, her, he’s, or e Ask people in your class about their jobs. she’s. EXAMPLE 1 This is my wife. _______ name’s Maria. A What do you do? _______ a doctor and _______ twenty-nine years old. (or what do you want to be?) 2 My boyfriend’s a waiter. _______ name’s B I’m a hairdresser. Sven. In this photo _______ in London with (or I want to be a hairdresser.) Listening and speaking Meeting people 19
  6.  People 2                                                                              1 Look at the pictures. a a 2.5 Listen to the conversations. b Label these people Ken Melanie Barry Maria jason 3 What is Maria’s job? 2 Listen again and answer these questions. 4 Is Melanie a doctor? 1 Where is Ken from? 5 Are Ken and Melanie married? 2 What is his job? 6 How does Melanie feel? 20
  7. People 2 3 Complete the paragraph about Ken. Ken is an _______. He’s from _____ in _______. Pronunciation He’s _______. His wife _______. Her name The IPA; word stress _______. 1 The IPA (the phonetic alphabet) Conversation pieces: Meeting people English spelling and pronunciation are a Complete the conversations. often not the same. The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) shows you Pleased  from     a      do      about how a word is pronounced. interesting How    are      I’m      an a Look at these words and sounds. 1 A Hello, _______ Barry. same spelling different sound B _______ do you do, Barry? I’m Maria. house [aU] your [Î:] _______ to meet you. What _______  A difference spelling same sound you do? what [{] B I’m _______ nurse. not [{] A That’s _______. B What _______ you? b Look at the list of phonetic symbols on p127. Match the sounds and the words. A I’m _______ engineer. vowels consonants B Where _______ you from? /i:/ my /h/ nice A I’m _______ Canada. /Ä:/ please /s/ this /i/ fax /dZ/ he’s all you bye be fine Hi /æ/ word /m/ orange are See How /ai/ his [T] man c Compare your ideas with a partner. 2 A _______. How _______ you? Practise saying the words. B I’m _______, thanks. And _______? 2 Word stress A Oh, not bad. _______ are the kids? In words with more than one syllable, B They’re _______ fine. we usually stress only one of the A Well, I must _______ off. _______ you. syllables. B Yes, _______. a a 2.7 Listen and repeat. b b 2.6 Listen and check. Stress on Stress on the Stress on the first second the third c Practise the conversations with a partner. syllable syllable syllable 4 You’re at a party. Italy America Argentina a Go around and meet new people. Use conversation 1 above. (You can invent a job!) b Go round again. This time use conversation 2 to talk to your friends. b Write these words in the correct column. telephon hamburge Japan forty e r 21
  8.  People 2                                                                              enginee umbrella girlfriend understand r lemonad address fourteen architect e c Compare your ideas with a partner. d d 2.8 Listen, check, and repeat. 22
  9. People 2 EXERCISES To be 1 Complete the conversations with the correct form of to be. Use short forms where possible. 3 A Excuse me. …… you Mrs Maiorova? B Yes, I …… . 1 A Where are my books? A Well, Mr Jones …… here now. B They ….. in your bag. He …… over there. A Yes, but where …… my bag? B Thank you. B …… it in your room. A No, it ……………….. . 2 A ….. we in room 30 today? 4 A …… you from Germany? B No, you …….. . You ……. in the B No, we ………. . We …… from conference room. the Netherlands. A That …… fine. It …… a good A Oh, I see. ……. you from man. …… all the books and Amsterdam? cassettes in the room? B Yes, we …… . B Yes, they ………. . 23
  10.  People 2                                                                              2 Write the words in the correct order to make questions. 1 your is friend here Is your friend here ? 2 are from where you ……………………………………..? 3 Green old Mr how is ……………………………………..? 4 good a am student I ……………………………………..? 5 blue the car is where ……………………………………..? 6 the are heavy bags ……………………………………..? 7 We are where ……………………………………..? 8 Expensive watches the are ……………………………………..? 3. Answer these questions. Use short answers. 1 Are you from the USA? No, I’m not 2 Are you a student? ………………. 3 Is your teacher tall? ………………. 4 Is your teacher from London? ……... 5 Are you married? ………………. 6 Are you good at English? …………. 7 Are you English books red? ………. 8 Are your friends on holiday? ……… 4 Make these sentence negative. 1 I’m thirty-five. I’m not thirty-five. 2 We’re from Australia. ……………………………………… 3 This is my book. ……………………………………… 4 My friends are here. ……………………………………… 5 The apples are expensive. ……………………………………… 6 Joe’s fat. ……………………………………… 24
  11. People 2 Instructions 5 Write instruction to match the Vocabulary: Jobs pictures. Use the words in the box. 6 What are their jobs? (Each item is used only once.) pick up your address don’t here close don’t your book write go to sit down the door room 15 1 He’s a nurse… 2 ……………… ……………... ……………… 1 Pick up your bookmmmmmmmmmm 2 ……………………………………… 3 ……………… 4 ……………… ……………... ……………… 3 ……………………………………… 5 ……………… 6 ……………… ……………... ……………… 4 ……………………………………… 7 ……………… 8 ……………… ……………... ……………… 5 ……………………………………… 25
  12.  People 2                                                                              Possessive adjectives 7 Write the descriptions using his or her. 8 Complete the sentences 1 I’m married. Mym wife is a doctor. 2 In this photo we’re with …………… friends, Jasna and Mikhail. 3 There’s John in …… new car. 4 Mrs Kuhmar is over there with ……. Husband, Suresh. 5 This letter is for Mr and Mrs Wells. What’s …… address? 1 This is Yannis. He’s a student. His 6 A Is this …… desk? girlfriend’s a student, too.………….. B No, it isn’t. That’s my desk. People 9 Complete the text 2 ………………………………………. ………………………………………. 3 ………………………………………. ………………………………………. My name’s Burak. ……… from Istanbul ……… Turkey. I’m 25 ……… old ……… I’m ……… bank clerk. I’m ………. . My wife ……… a ……… ,too. 4 ………………………………………. ……… name’s Yonca and ……… 24. ………………………………………. 26
  13. People 2 ……… this photo we’re ……… a café ……… Miami. 10 Write texts for these people. 1 Cristina / Milan / Italy / 20 / student / not married / boyfriend / student, too / 21 / Silvio / photo / my parents / our house ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… 2 Cassia / 32 / Recife / Brazil / teacher / married / husband / Sergio / engineer / 34 / photo / holiday / Europe ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… ………………………………………… 27
  14.  People 2                                                                              Meeting people 11 choose the correct answers. Write them in the speech bubbles. I’m from Uruguay. They’re fine, thanks. Pleased to meet Oh, not bad, thanks. you. Yes, bye. She’s fine, thank you. Oh, that’s I’m a shop assistant. interesting. OK. See you. I’m fine, thanks. And you? 28
  15. People 2 The phonetic alphabet (the IPA) 12 Match the phonetic symbols to the correct word. Use the list of IPA symbols in the Student’s Book to help you. 1 [men] man men 2 [wait] white with 3 [Tis] this thick 4 [wÄ:d] word woman 5 [,siks'ti sixty :n] sixteen 6 [ri:d] read red 7 ['fÎ:ti] photo forty 8 [hu:] how who 9 [fæt] that fat 10 [h±:] her here Pronunciation: Word stress 13 Put a dot over the syllable with the stress. 1 children 11 meeting 2 person 12 exercise 3 twenty 13 repeat 4 Brazil 14 engineer 5 husband 15 pronounce 6 Australia 16 Portugal 7 assistant 17 cassette 8 expensive 18 lemonade 9 Canada 19 excuse 10 married 20 pencil 29
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