New headway Elementary Student's Book: Phần 1 - Liz, John Soars, Sylvia Wheeldon

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New headway Elementary Student's Book: Phần 1 gồm nội dung 12 bài học của cuốn sách. Các chủ đề có trong phần này như: Hello everybody, Meeting people, The world of work, Take it easy, Where do you live, Can you speak English... Cùng học tiếng Anh giao tiếp với phần 1 của cuốn sách.

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  1. the T H IR D edition Elementary Student's Book H ong Oi>c (Dich va gi&i thieu) Liz and John Soars w ith S y lv ia W h e e ld o n N H A X U A T B A N V A N H O A - T H O N G T IN
  2. CONTENTS L A N G U A G E IN P U T UNIT G RA M M A R VO CABULARY EVERYDAY ENGLISH ^ 1 H ello everybody! Verb to be Countries Hello and goodbye am/is/a re Mexico, Japan p8 Telephone numbers p i 1 1 * 1’ from I ondon. p6 m Using a bilingual dictionary p 10 1low are you? He's a student, p9 Everyday objects Sec you later! pi 1 Possessive adjectives a key, a newspaper p 10 my, your, his, her p6 p8 \ Plural nouns bags, apples p 10 ^ 2 M eeting people Verb to be The family In a cate pi 2 Questions and negatives mother, uncle p i 4 Prices p 18 What's her first name? pi 2 Opposite adjectives Can 1 have ... ? She isn’t married, p i3 old - young p i 6 How much is ... ? p J9 Negatives anti short answers Food and drink No, she isn’t, p 13 hamburger and chips Possessive’ s tea, coffee p i 8 Patrick's daughter p 14 b 3 The w orld o f work Present Simple 1 Verbs What time is it? he/she/it p20 help, make, serve p24 It's quarter past five. She works 16 hours a day. p2 1 lobs It ’ just after six o'clock. s Questions and negatives A pilot flies planes. p26 p27 Does he speak Spanish? He doesn't speak Spanish or French. p22 m 4 Take it easy! Present Simple 2 Verbs Social expressions I/you/we/they relax, go out, play p29 I ’m sorry. p28 f go to the gym. Leisure activities Excuse me? We don't go out on Fridays. dancing, skiing p30 Pardon? p35 Why dv you like your job? p29 Stop and check 1 Teacher's Book p i54 5 W h e re do you live? There is/are Rooms Directions 1 Theres a television. p36 living room, kitchen p36 Is there a post office near p3f> How m any..... ? Things in the house here? How many hooks are there? p36 armchair, lamp, cupboard, Yes, it’s over there. p43 Prepositions of place washing machine p36 in front of the sofa p37 What's in your bag? some and any bus ticket, mobile, keys p39 There arc some cups. Places There aren't any plates. p38 cinema, pub p43 this, that, these, those This is the kitchen. What's m these cupboards? p38 ^ 6 C an you speak can/can't Countries and languages O il (he phone She can walk now. France, French p44 Directory Enquiries English? We can't write. p44 Verbs p50 p44 was/were translate, check, laugh p45 Can 1 speak to }ot Where were you yesterday? p46 Words that sound the same please? could I, eye; no, know p50 f'll just get her. p51 I could swim when 1was five. p46 u'fls horn She whs horn in England. p47 Past Simple i Verbs W hat’s the date? ^ 7 Then and now Regular verbs earn, act, study p53 the first of April p59 p2 She worked in over 50 films. p52 Verbs Irregular verbs get, leave, become pS4 His father got a job in London. p54 Words that go together Time expressions drive a car, railway station p58 last night yesterday morning p55 2
  3. S K IL L S D E V E L O P M E N T READ ING SPEA KIN G LISTENING W R IT IN G | Svetlana, and Tiago p9 Introducing yourself p7 The alphabet song plfi Introducing yourself p9 An email from Ungland pi6 Talking about you p!3 An email .from Fngland - Write about your class p !6 Your family p 15 Where is Danka? p i 6 Seumas McSporran - the man with Asking about a friend or relative Seumas’s day p23 Natural writing thirteen jobs! p24 P 23 losing pronouns pi 14 My favourite season p32 Leisure activities p.'H) My favourite season - Informal letters What's your favourite season? Where are they? p3~ To a penfriend p 115 P32 A questionnaire - Do you have a healthy lifestyle? p34 Living in a bubble p40 What’s in your picture? {> 7 3 What’s in Yoshi's briefcase? p39 Describing where you live Talking about where you live p42 Homes around the world p42 Linking words and, so, but, bccausc pi 16 1aletn:etl ieeoarers p48 A questionnaire - Whiit van Lucia can'i took p45 Formal letters von do ? p # Applying for a job pi 17 What can computers do? pi 5 . Roleplay - interview plN Two famous firsts - Amelia liarhart The year 1was horn p54 I$f4 - the year t was born p54 Describing a holiday p i I K and Yuri Gagarin p5f> When d it happen? p ^ it.1 Where are the people? p58 3
  4. L A N G U A G E IN P U T 1 UNIT GRAM M AR VOCABULARY EVERYDAY ENGLISH i ^ 8 A date to remember Past Simple 2 Relationships Special occasions |M\0 negatives - ago /all in love, get engaged p > apples, applejuice p6f* chocolate, chips, heer, apple Q w hi you pa^ .fife salt, / lik e ... 1 Id like .... ? juice p66 please? Do you like tea? Would you (ike some tea? chopsticks, noodles, undines Could I ha\ c e, glass oi m p7l water, please^ a and some ('.an you give me the u cake. some cake p68 tmpC? much and many Car, 1mT t/,y me>iu: (> 5 7 There isn't much milk. There aren't many egg*. p(>8 Comparatives and superlatives City and country adjectives l iix'eciionN 2 ^ 10 Bigger and better! The country is cheaper than the city. p7t ilirtv, noisy round tliei\>'‘ici W * Ban Island is the most expensive rtsoii. exciting safe p74 o u t the bridge pi* 1 p76 City and country words have got wood, museum p80 I've goi a dog. Thn haven't got a flat. p75 Present Continuous Clothes In a clothes, shop 1 Looking good! 1 W'hai colour an yctfi 1m wearing Hue jeans. hat, coat, shirt pH2 p82 looking for? Who is simlrng?pH2 I ^escribing people Whose is it? fair hair, blue eyes p82 Can 1 try it on? p89 Whose is the baby? p84 Words that rhyme Possessive pronouns red. said; eyes, >Lc p8K mine, yours, hers \iti4 Phonetic symbols vowels and diphthongs p8«S Tongue twisters p88 going to Verbs Making suggestions m 12 Life’s an adventure! W lhd shall v.v dor I'm going la he a footballer. p90 sneeze, jump, fall p92 pW I cr’go swnnminy! p97 i Infinitive of purpose I he weather I'm gdmg to Nepal to climb Mount SMwip cloudy Everest. p92 What's the weather like? Stop and check 3 Teacher’s Book p1S8 Question forms Describing feelings At the chemist s ^ 13 Storytim e Y\7iv .. H in d i. . : lio u ninth . ■ horcil, wonnul pi 01 1/it looking la: \onli How many... ? py.X At the chemist‘s aspirin. plO? Adjectives and adverbs suncream, shampoo, soap ['105 quick, quickly; good, well p i00 Present Perfect Past participles At the airport 14 iiave you ever? ever and never eaten, made, cooked p i 07 check rt your luygage p:I06 Have you ever been ro Barcelona? At the airport go W gate 4 pi 1V She's never been to Pans, p i Oh departure lounge, check in yet and just p i] 3 We haven't been there yei. They've just had a boat ride pi 08 Present Perfect and Past Simple M arias been to Berlin. She went there two years ago. p i07 Stop and check 4 Teacher’s Book p!60 Tapescripts pi2t > G ram m ar Reference pl.v; Pairw ork activities Student A pws Student B pi:*o
  5. S K IL L S D E V E L O P M E N T S READ ING SPEAKING LISTEN ING W R IT IN G | Thre? inventions p62 (ieiting information - Famous Three inventions p62 W riting about a friend inventions p60 How did you two meet? pt'3 Linking words hxame, when, until Did you know that? p62 pi 19 How did you two meet? p:63 ■ Food1 .upi.roi;l the world p7U Food voti like pf»6 My tawurite u;Mional food p., 2 Filling in forms Holeplay - shopping pb9 Booking a hotel p 1 C 2T Meals in your country' p70 Viva la dan‘ a! - Havana ! Btteno.s / I've got more than vou! p7ft ( oniparing life in the city and Describing a place Aires ' Seville p?8 Talking abou t vour ,fe%i p78 countrV p“ 4 Linking words which, where p 121 A walk in the count r\?Vifv pstl Flying without wings ,(S&ng lyrics) Describing a person/svene {> 3 8 Who's at the party? p8-l Describing people p86 Getting information - Wliw’s at A song - Fli>mg without wing* Linking words although, but p i22 the party? p84 p.8'6 M \ favourite things pH; Born tree p94 Dangerous sports p94 Future plans p90 Writing a postcard p i23 Interviews p94 World weather p96 r A short story - Childhood stories p9° Noises in the flight pi lit) Writing a story Tht’ iSfn binnts Pioents p 102 Telling a * w p l(>i' A short stoi v • Using adjective?, and adverbs p i24 Tilt’ Christ nuts Presents pi 02 We've never learnt to drive! p i 10 Cities you have been to p 107 What has Rviiii done? p 108 W riting an email Things vou have done p 108 A honeyman in Venice p i08 Saying thank you j>125 A soim - All iimuml the world pi 12 I ... _ . ______ __________________ _________________ _____ _ S W ord list p i52 Irregular verbs and Verb patterns pi 58 Phonetic symbols pi59 5
  6. Hello everybody! am/is/are • my/your/his/her • Countries • Everyday objects • Numbers . Hello and goodbye STARTER l ^ p 1 Say your names, f I’mAIL ^ ( I’m Thomas. ) 1 Stand up in alphabetical order and say your names. r I'm Thomas. I'mZak. j :■ INTRODUCTIONS am/is/are, my/your 1 H IH Read and listen. A I iello. My name s Marco, Wliai s your name? B Emma. A Where are you from , Emm B I ’m from London. i. isten and repeat. 6 Unit 1 • Hello everybody! from (prep) /from, fram/tu' hello /ha'lou/ xin chao order (n) [D:da(r)] trat tir, thir tir object (n ) ['Dbd 3 ikt] do vat introduction (n) [ ’intradAk/n] lai giai thieu repeal (v ) [ri'p i:t] nhac lai
  7. 4 Where are the people from? Write the countries from the box. the USA England Italy | r | Buongiorno!/vf Y ' f; 1 This is Marco. He's from 2 This is Emma. She's from _ 2 Write the conversation. A Hello. M y _________Lisa. W h a ts _____ name' B Mike. A _____ are you from, Mike? B _________ from Boston. Where ...______ you from? A ___________ _____ Boston, too! 3 This » Lisa and Mike. s Q Q Listen and check. They're from 3 Stand up! Talk to the students in the class. r Listen and repeat. Welloi My names____— 1 What's your name? [^Maria. ^ | Where are you from, Maria? h - - tie H c 's i lr | I'm from j :h s - - c *? ih* »h^v re they aro Unit 1 • Hello everybody! 7 my (p ro ) (n ) /mai/ cua toi nam e (nX/neim / ten listen ( v ) [ ’lisn] nghe talk (v ) [ t i: k ] noi check ( v ) [ t j e k ] kiem tra country (n ) [ ’k A n t r i] d a t nifac
  8. Countries, his/her 5 Q Q listen jn d repeat. if 1 • • % ^ # a* the USA England ■Brazil Italy Australia France Poland Japan Hungary Spain Russia Mexico Germany 6 Where are they from? Write the countries from exercise 5 This is Danka. This is jason This is Akiko and Miho. 1 She's jfrow Poland. 2 He's I They’re ... ...... Privyet! This is Rosa This is Tiago This is Luc and Dominique. 4 S 7 GRAMMAR SPOT Complete the table w ith am. is *rui jte This is Henning. This is 7oh .jnct Kristof 9 lie bhe tt fron i vrirff’ '} H 7 Ask and answer questions about the people. Use she/her and hr/his. Wf What's her nam?. C Wh3t S 11 m m ? N a so n 15 j You They i Where’s he from? i Australia. Grammar Reference i ) ? f»1J7 8 Unit 1 * Hello everybody! brother (n ) / 'brAda/ anh; em trai fine (n ) /fain/ tot children (pi) /'tjildran/ tre con her (p ro ) (n ) /ha:/ co ay country /'kAntri/ nutfc, quoc gia his (p ro ) (n ) ,/hiz/ anh ay
  9. R eading and w ritin g PRACTICE S I isten and read aKuit Svetlana. Talking ab o u t you 1 Ask and answer questions with a partner about the students in your class. What's his name? %sf -virnn- .. .. cUhJ I rll H Wocnt'.r f Where’s he from? J ; rv, - ; n- .■ -> i. o two .-I'nlciren riiv e in a ft.il n M'rjs. k■ rirf'i £i lyiisli for my job 2 Introduce your partner to the class. t This is Kurt. He's from Hamburg in Germany. ) L isten in g and p ro n u n c ia tio n 3 l isten and tick ( / ) the sentence you hear. 1 □ She's from Spain. □ He’s from Spain. 2 □ W hat’s her name? □ W hat’s his name? 3 □ They’re from Japan. □ They’re in Japan. 4 □ Where’s she from? □ Where’s he from? 6 Complete I he text about 1 ’iago. 5 □ He’s a teacher in Italy. □ His teacher’s in Italy. C heck it My name’s Tiago Dost a and 1m a student. I 18. 4 Complete the sentences with am> is* are, I'm not married. ! have one and two brothers. his*. hvi\ or your. I irr a house ,u Fortaleza. Brazil I ____ to 1 M y name is lirnna. learn English because * s .in international t 2 W h e re _______ you from? 3 1______ _ from Italy. 4 ‘W hat’s ___ name?’ ‘My name's Daniella.' 5 Lisa and M ik e_______ from Boston. 6 This.__ _ mv i'\»chvr. _______ _ name’s Richard, 7 Where _ _ _ _ _ he from? 8 This is mv sister. . ____ name’s Miho. Listen and check. 7 Write about vou. Then read it to the class. Unit i • Hello everybody! 9 job (n ) /d33b/ viec lam married (adj) /'maerid/ to y a dinh learn (v ) /lain/ hoc, nghien c iAj sister (n ) /'sista/ chi, em gai student (n) /'stju:dnt/ sinh vien
  10. VOCABULARY AND PRONUNCIATION Everyday objects Q Q Listen to the alphabet song. Say the alphabet as a class. abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz 2 Look at this extract from an English/Italian dictionary, the pronunciation the word in Italian x / apple /'aepl/ n. mela t | the word in English the part of speech (n. =noun) Match the words and pictures. 6 ^ a stamp an apple a dictionary a magazine a bag an orange a newspaper a key a camera a watch a ticket a postcard a mobile Listen and repeat. 4 Ask and answer questions with a partner. 5 Look at the words. When is it «? W hen is it an? a bag a ticket a mobile ( „ san apple, j an apple an orange an English newspaper (~UowJ o you sp«H that? ^ K io M t P' 6 Look at the plural words. two stamps two apples two dictionaries Say the plurals of the other words in exercise 3. ► ► Grammar Reference 1.4 and 1.5 pl37 10 Unit 1 • Hello everybody! apple (n) /'aepl/ qua tao magazine (n) /,masg3'zi:n/ tap chi spe|l (v ) [spel] danhvan bag (n) /baeg/ bao, tui, bi, xac newspaper (n) /'njuizpeips/ bao , ,, dictionary (n) /'dikjsnri/ tu' dien orange (n) /'orind3/ qua cam plural (n) ['pluraral] so nhieu
  11. EVERYDAY ENGLISH H ello and good b ye 1 Sa\ the number* 1 : round' lhe class, 2 IflH O l Read and listen to the telephone numbers. Read them aloud. 682 947 six eight two - nine four seven 07700 900318 oh' double seven double oh' — nine double oh' three one eight 00 1 2 2 799 7050 double oh - one - two one two — seven double nine — seven oh' five oh' 1 3 1 is ten and write lire numbers you heat. Practise them. 4 and answer the question' w ill) other students. Write a list. What’s your phone number? My mobile's 07726 7511^0. ~\v~ My hom number's 01632 77344. e | Thank you very m \ ■f/~ ■ “ uch. J I isten to the conversations. Write them in the correct ordei 1 r 1 I’m line, thank you. And you? 2 L i Thanks, and you. See you 3 _J l Not bad, thanks. And you? _ J I’m O K, thanks, later! L Very well, thanks. How are i. . 1Iello, Lisa. It s Mike. I ] Bye, Marco! Have a nice day! the children? [ Mike! How arc you? I j Great! Bye, Lmma! I Hi, Alice! It’s me. Charles. FI 1lello, 1 isii Jefferson. Yes, at 7.00 at the cinema. 1low are vou? [ I I hey re line. A ___________ A _______ * f Hello, 270899. B _____ _ _ __________ B ______ __ A _ __ . A ________________ __________ A ____ _ ___ B B _______ B A ____ _______ A ____________________ B ________ _ A _____________________ I isten ai’ain and check. flf f l In English we stress important words. Listen and repeat. Copy the stress. How are you? I'm OK. thanks. Have a nice day. Not bad. thanks. And you? See you later. | Very w ell. thanks . 6 Practise the conversations with other students. Then practise again u>ing your name and number. Unit 1 • Hello everybody! 1 1 day (n ) /dei/ ngay nice (adj) /nais/ xinh dep, tot, thu vj goodbye /,gud ' bai/ tarn biet not bad (adj) /informal/ /not baed/ khong khoe lam me (pron) /mi:/ toi
  12. M eeting people am/is/are - questions and negatives • Possessive's Opposites • In a cafe STARTER 1 ^ ^ I 1 Count from 1-20 round the class. 2 Count in 10s from 10-100 round the class. { Ten ^------ Thirty V -( One hundred. " v H , Twenty 3 How old are you? Ask and answer in groups, i How old are you? ' | wm„ eteen ) ~ W ho ft Questions and negatives ‘ ."(if: tfit: ilHo^rwi!4'^ i< ! Ivt V Surname |Jefferson First name •Lisa Country ~| the USA Job 1journalist Address ! 89, Franklin Street. : Cambridge, Boston Phone number ; (616) 326 1 04 2 A$e 26 Married No ,lr ! ’ ‘v t:, .--WM'v: -’ ] What v her surnatnr 1 her f irM nam e1 she from? • ;l i#v Wtort’v 1 runooe iW I |ir i.f how old? bao nhieu tuoi journalist (n) /'d33:n0list/ nha bao address (n) [a'dres] dja chi count (v ) [kaunt] dem possessive (n) [pe'zesiv] cach so him journalist (n) [’d3 :
  13. PRACTICE W ho is he? 1 Student A Look at this information. Student B Look at the information on p i50. Ask anti answer questions to complete the information. Surname ffe v !wv a first namt- Country Job Address ./(;) Mode’ * arm KO;.d ' Cork City Phone number Age 4$ Married Phon-- numbet Age Negatives and short answers 4 Read and listen. Then listen and repeat. 2 Ask and answer Ycs/No questions about Patrick. 1 Smith? Jefferson? Binchey? n^he 2 from England? from Italy? from Ireland? r -------- v — ---- Is she American?, --------- 3 an actor? a teacher? an accountant? -j Yes. she is. Talking about you Ask and answer Yes/No questions about Lisa. I Ask your teacher some questions. 1 a student? a teacher? a journalist? 2 eighteen? twenty-one? twenty-six? What's your first nam ? e Isabel. ) 5 Ask and answer questions about Lisa's brother. i Are you married? ( .. r v „ . No, f m not. 1 Peter? Daniel? Rudi? What... T 2 a journalist? a student? an actor? 3 sixteen? thirty? twenty-eight? 4 Ask two students questions to complete the form. Student 1 Student 2 G R A M M A R SPO T Name 1 Complete the answers to the Yes/No questions. Country/town Is Lisa American? Yes, she____ . job Is her surname Smith? No, it,___ Address Are you a journalist? No, I'm . , , Phone number 2 Look at the negatives. Age She isn’t married. You aren't English. But: I’m not a teacher. / 1 a teacher. Married ► ► Grammar Reference 2 pB8 .1 Tell the class about one of the students. Unit 2 * Meeting people 13 practice (n ) /'praektis/ thiic hanh surname (n) /'s3 :neim/ ho (ten) farm ( n ) [fa:m ] nong trai a c to r ( n ) [ ’aekta] nam di§n vien Form (n) [fD:m] bieu m au town ( n ) [tsun] thj tr in a c c o u n ta n t (n) [a'kauntant] ke toan
  14. PATRICK’S FAMILY Possessive's 1 V rile the wurds jH tive cunwf plave: \ [ brother father daughter wife aunt grandmother gtrHftend boyfriend I husband son j j uncle j grandfather ~r m girlfriend j mother j f sister __ J L l Head about Patrick Binchev and listen. Write the peoples names in the correct place T k u U a photo o f Patrick. Wu wife, an d J*U children. His wife's name is Brenda. 5he's a M u daughters mmc is Lara. Sites twenty-one and shes a most His sons Hflwc is Benny- H ts nineteen and. hes a student. Laras boyfriend is a iwwe. too. H is n a m e is M ick. G R A M M A R SPOT \ Look at s She's a teacher: She's : She is His wife's name: His wifes name - her name s - possession 2 find other examples in the text of 5 - possession and 5 - is. ► ► Grammar Reference 2.2 pB8 14 Unit 2 * Meeting people f a t h e r ( n ) / ’f a :6 b / c h a aunt (n ) / a :nt/ co di, thim, md boyfriend (n) /'b^ifrend/ ban trai, ngi/di yeu g ra n d fa th e r (n) /'graen dfa:< 3a/ o n g daughter (n) /'doita/ con gai g ra n d m o th e r (n) / 'g ra e n d rriA d s / ba
  15. PRACTICE You and y o u r fam ily 1 Ask your teachcr questions about the people in his/her family. C * W » ? 7 WKaf'g your ) j j r ....... ' " ..... .......................... ■ j' — ■ ^ 2 Write the names of people in your family. Ask and answer questions with a partner. Ask a partner questions about his/her family. 3 Make true sentences with the verb to be. 1 I 'm not at home. 2 W e _________________in class. 3 I t __________ Monday today. 4 M y teacher s name_________John. 5 My mother and father__________ at work. 6 I _________married. 7 My grandmother_________seventy-five years old. 8 Marco and C a rlo _________my brothers. 9 We _________ in the cafe. W e _________ in the classroom. Check it 4 Tick ( / ) the correct sentence. 1 U I’m a doctor. □ I’m doctor. 2 O 1 have twenty-nine years old. □ I am twenty-nine years old. 3 D In o married. □ I’m not married. 4 □ My sister’s name is Michelle. n My sisters name is Michelle. 5 □ She married. [U She’s married. i 6 LD I nn an uncle. 0 Pm a uncle. 7 LH I have two brother. □ I have two brothers. 8 CD Peters the son of my sister. □ Peter’s my sister’s son. husband (n) /'hAzbsnd/ chong son (n) /sAn/ con trai pjace rn(pijs , j ; j i(sm mother (n )/ 'm A Sa / m e uncle (n) / 'A q k l/ chu, bac, cau . . riJ !\ nurse (n ) /n3:s/ y ta wife (n) /waif/ vd daughter (n) [ dD.ta] con gai
  16. VOCABULARY READING AND LISTENING Opposites An email from England 1 Match the adjectives with their opposites. 1 E F JT g Danka is a student at an English language school in big horrible Brighton, England. Read and old old listen to her email to Jacek, her new small brother in Poland. lovely difficult easy cheap 2 Match photographs 1-3 with hot cold a part of the email. * M expensive slow fast young 2 Write about the pictures, using the adjectives. 1 a It’s small b It’s big. Correct the false (/ ) sentences. 4 a They're 1 Danka is from Poland. / 2 She’s on holiday. X No, she isn’t. She’s at school. 3 She’s in London. 4 The students in her class are all from Germany. 5It’s a very big class. 5 a It's (>Becky and James are both students. 7The student bars are cheap. 8 Danka’s happy in Brighton. Write the questions about Dankas email. 6 a It’s I Where's Danka from Poland. Japan, Brazil, Switzerland, Germany, and Italy. Simon. 7 a They’re 'They are brother and sister. They live with Danka. James' is 25 and Becky’s 19. Brighton No, it isn’t. 5 Listen to three conversations. Where is Danka? Who is she with? W ritin g Listen and check. Practise saying the sentences. 6 W'rite an email about your class. 16 Unit 2 • Meeting people young (adj) /jAiy tre old (adj) /ould/ gia, cu classroom (n ) [ ’kla:srum ] lap hoc small (adj) /simo:!/ nho new (adj) /nju:/ mdi nurse (n) [n 3 :s] y ta slow (adj) /slou/ cham chap hot (adj) /hot/ nong sentence (n) ['sentans] cau
  17. Dear Jacek. How are you? I'm fine. Here’s an email in English. It’s good practice for you and me! I have classes in English at The Embassy Language School. I'm in a class with seven students. They're all from different countries: Japan. Brazil, Switzerland. Germany, and Italy. Our teacher’s name’s Simon. He’s very funny and a very good teacher. I live with an English family in a small, old house near the centre of town. Robert and Valerie have a daughter and a son. Their daughter. Becky, is 19. She’s a student at Brighton University. Their son, James, is a software designer for a computer company. He’s 25. They're all very friendly, but it isn’t easy to understand them. They speak very fast! Brighton isn't very big, but it’s very exciting! The restaurants and nightclubs are expensive, but the student bars and cafes are cheap. It's hot now, and it's lovely to be near the sea. I'm very happy here. Email me soon! Love, Danka I I I s i i i ‘’su K sjss? £ ■ S--v. 7 lovely (ad j) / 'IavM / dang yeu software designer ( n ) /'softwea di'zaina/ n g i/d i thiet ke phan mem near (a d j) /nia/ gan soon ad (v) /su:n/ chang bao lau, chang may choc nightclub ( n ) /'naitklAb/ hop dem town ( n ) /taun/ thj tran
  18. EVERYDAY ENGLISH In a cafe 1 1 Read and listen lo the prices. Read them aloud. £1.00 one pound £7.50 s^ven pounds fifty SOp fifty p pi: £10.75 t*a pounds seventy-fiv« £ .0 five pounds 50 2 Write the prices you hear. Practise saying them. 2 Read the menu. Match the food and pictures. Brighton Pier Cafe Menu C h ic k e n s a la d £5.50 T u n a a n d e g g s a la d £5.25 Fish a n d c h ip s £4-95 H a m b u r g e r a n d c h ip s £4.25 Pizza £3-75 C h o c o la te c ak e £2.50 A p p le pie £2.25 Ice - cre a m £2.00 Coffee £1.50 Tea £1.20 Mineral water £1.10 Orange juice £1.00 10 m J l » [ i l Listen and repeat. Then ask { How m is a hamburger and chips? ,'' uch J _ and answer questions with a partner. v Four pounds twenty- five How m is a hamburger and chips and an orange juice? uch r Five pounds twenty five 18 Unit 2 • Meeting people ham b u rg er (n ) /'haemb3:g3/ thit bam vien mineral w ater (n ) /’-ninaral'woita/ niTdc khoang ice-cream (n ) /'ais’krhm/ kem an oran^p -;t) /’Drind3 d 3 u:s/ nutic cam ep m enu (n ) /'m enju:/ thi/c ddn pizza (n ) / 'p i:sts/ mon pitsa
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  20. % The world of work Present Simple 1- he/she/it * Questions and negatives • Jobs • What time is it? STARTER What are the jobs of the people in your family? Tell the class. ------------------ f --------------- My father is a doctor. • _ _ _ My Mother is a ... I My brother y ------- THREE JOBS Present Simple he/she/it 1 Listen and read about Istvan Istvan is a music professor. He comes from Budapest m and Pamela. Hungary, but now he lives in the USA. He works four days W hat’s his job? W hat’s her job? a week at the University of Texas, Austin He speaks three languages: Hungarian, English, and German. He's married to an American and has a daughter. He likes playing tennis in his free tkne. Pronunciation 3 tv a pronounced & m f -end vynte .the u jrbs works Practice say mg them. 2 Read the texts aloud. 20 Unit 3 • The world of work week (n) /wi:k/ tuan a music professor /a 'mju:zik pra'fesa/ giang vien am nhac underline (v ) [’Andalain] gach chan professor (n) [pra'fesa] giao su\ giang vien

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