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Sz6kincsfejlesztes

1 Verbs

AWrite the nouns made from these verbs. Use a dictionary if necessary.

Verb

Noun(s)

care

change destroy disappear survive

BComplete sentences 1-10 with a verb in the correct form or a noun from A.

 

The language of the island of Hawaii .....

 

 

as a result of a project to teach it in schools.

 

2

The

of the Hawaiian language now

 

seems more certain.

 

 

 

3

Some experts think that the..... .

 

of the

 

dinosaurs was caused by changes in climate.

4

After the climate had changed, the dinosaurs and many

 

other species

.

 

 

5

The bus timetable. .

 

again last winter. I

 

have to get up even earlier every morning now.

6

Check the bus timetable before you come on Tuesday.

 

There have been lots of .

.

to it recently.

7The earthquake............... . several large buildings in the city centre.

8The earthquake caused very little. outside the city centre.

9 Marisa. .... for her mother, who is old and

quite ill now.

10 Governments today do not provide enough

..... for older people.

2 say, talk, speak or tell?

A Match the verbs on the left with the phrases on the right.

1

say

a

someone something / someone that ...

2

talk

b

a language

3

speak

c

something to someone

4

tell

d

to someone about something

BComplete sentences 1-10 with the correct form of say, talk, speak or tell.

 

'I didn't know what to do,' Ben

'I was

 

so scared.'

 

 

 

2

Can you............. ..

Spanish?

 

3

I want to

 

to you about your homework.

4

 

.. me that you love me!

 

5

Lucy.....

..

she's going to be a model when

 

she leaves school.

 

 

6

Mike

 

his mother that he had the best

 

marks in the test.

 

 

7In the exam you have to .. .... ........ . ..... about your hobbies.

8

I don't know why Christina

that - it's

 

not true.

 

 

9

 

. Gran what happened when we went

 

to Paris.

 

 

10

Please.

.

more slowly, I don't

 

understand.

 

 

3 Verbs and nouns

AMatch the verbs on the left with their definitions on the right.

 

study

a

to change words from one language

 

 

 

to another.

2

practise

b to spend time learning about

 

 

 

something

3

repeat

c

to read something again that

 

 

 

you have learnt, often for an exam

4

revise

d to say, write or do something again

5

memorise

e

to train regularly so that you

 

 

 

become good at something

6

translate

f

to learn something so that you can

 

 

 

remember it exactly

BNow complete sentences 1-6 with the correct form of the verbs from A.

 

Speakers at the conference are not allowed to use notes,

 

so you must

your speech.

 

2

Kate...

'" two foreign languages this year,

 

French and Spanish.

 

 

3

Joanna loves playing the violin. She

..

 

her pieces every day.

 

 

4I'm going to say a word once, then you

........................ it three times.

5I can't visit Gran on Sunday. I've got to

..........

for the Chemistry test on Monday.

6 I usually. .

difficult words into my own

language.

 

o

Nyelvtan

.. Grammar reference, page 134--=,

4 The present simple

AWrite sentences 1-10 (positive, negative or questions) in the present simple. Use the verbs in brackets.

Example

Adam / any foreign languages (not speak)

Adam doesn't speak any foreign languages.

teenagers / company logos very quickly (recognise)

2you / French? (speak)

3Petra / ten icons on her mobile phone (have)

4we / the meaning of this symbol (not know)

5everybody / the meaning of t and t (understand)

6Martin / shopping on Saturdays? (go)

7communication / easy with symbols (be)

8my brother / in an office (not work)

9you / hundreds of symbols on a computer (use)

10 the supermarket / at nine o'clock? (open)

BCorrect the information in these sentences.

Example

David Beckham plays tennis.

No, he doesn't. He plays football.

1 A dolphin is a bird.

2 Swiss people speak Spanish.

3 Queen Elizabeth II lives in Germany.

4 Hollywood is in Brazil.

5 Burger King makes pizzas.

6 Elephants come from Poland.

Unit ..,

5 The present continuous

AComplete the text with the present continuous form of the verbs in brackets.

We l

(do) a project on

communication at school this term. We

:'

(work) in groups and

all the groups 3

(study)

different forms of communication. In my group, we

4 (look) at the use of

satellites to bring pictures to people's televisions all

over the world. I 5. ..

(prepare) a short presentation about how satellites

work. Michael 6

 

(learn)

how satellites are used for news broadcasts and

Melanie 7................

..

(find out)

about satellites and sports events.

 

BPut the words in the correct order to make questions about the text, then answer them.

Example

doing / project / language / the / on / are / a / students / ?

Are the students doing a project on language?

No, they aren't. They're doing a project on communication.

1on / communication / they / project / are / in / doing / computers / a / ?

2the / business / for / Michael/use / is / satellites / studying / of / ?

3Melanie / and / satellites / finding out / pop concerts / is / about/?

6 The present simple or the present continuous?

AComple'te sentences 1-5 with the correct form of the verb in brackets.

Babies always

(learn) to speak the

language of their parents.

 

2My baby is just over a year old and she

......................... (start) to say a few words.

3

She..............

... (listen) to me when I talk to her

 

 

and she

(copy) me.

 

4

She............

(not understand) my words but

 

 

my voice and actions make the meaning clear.

 

5

But right now she

:. (learn) anything ­

 

 

she

(sleep) for a change!

o

 

 

 

500 you use /

BRead the article and choose the correct alternative for 1-10.

It's 10.30 in the evening and I'have / am having a bath. Or maybe it's 7.45 in the morning and I

2 cycle / am cycling to school. My mobile is always with me. I 3answer / am answering every call, because I 41ike / am liking talking.

Are you using your mobile phone as much as I 6do / am doing? At school we're not allowed to have mobiles. At the moment, we 7 try / are trying to change the rules. We 8ask / are asking for permission to use our mobiles at break and at lunchtime, because we 9need / are needing to read our messages. Why ,odo teachers always make / are teachers always making life so difficult?

7 Adverbs of frequency

Add an adverb of frequency (always, often, usually, sometimes, rarely, never) to sentences 1-8 so that they are true for you.

Example

often

I) go to school by bike.

1I forget people's birthdays.

2My friends laugh at me.

3I get good marks for my English homework.

4I tell lies.

5I help my friends with their schoolwork.

6I help at home.

7I dream about being rich and famous.

8My family has lunch together on Sunday.

Kommunikaci6

8 Talking about meaning

APut the words in 1-4 in the correct order to make questions and answers. Then complete the dialogue using the dictionary entries below.

1 does / word / what / mean / 'pants' / the / ?

2

means / think / it / '

' / I

 

3

know / you / do / 'cab' / what / means / ?

4

says / in / dictionary / it / the / '

.'

Lirink 2 a 10"" area or point. bel ween lWo h1~;hpr nr~(lS: a trouf!n nflr)l1\ nressure

lass trousers /'traoZdZ/ (US pants) noun - a piece of clothing that

;ilver

 

 

f' 1

tition

covers the whole 0 both yoU! legs.

~p pf :'lvlng

..

.

 

herse

P

'f f)nk (,t I'~ntv-fr'https://studfiles.net/'

 

good,

taxi I't<:ekSI/ (also taxicab

 

/lush·

c,lj!cciallr US cab) noun - a car

 

 

 

I't'cug

with a driver whose job is to take

 

{ taste

you somewhere for money.

 

smaH

BNow complete this dialogue. Use the prompts and the dictionary entries below.

Jim

What

? (vacation)

Jane

I

.

Do

? (trash)

Jim

Yes

.

holiday /'haldderJ noun (US vacation) - a period of rest from

work or schooL often when you go and stay away from home

rubbish /'r!\.brJ/ (US garbage; trash) noun - things that you do not want any more; waste material

i'Hb,;&S 01 b,Y\l(:::"1- trncJL

o

1•..........................•.....................................

9 Asking questions and understanding the answer

AComplete the dialogue with these questions and sentences.

a Sorry, that was a bit fast, I didn't understand.

b Excuse me, do you know where the swimming pool is? c Could you spell that, please?

d Could you repeat it more slowly?

Anna

Jim Of course. It's next to the school in Felixstowe

Road. Go to the end of this street, turn right

 

and keep going. It's just past the school.

 

Anna 2

.

3

 

Jim Sorry. Walk down this street. Turn right into

 

Felixstowe Road.

 

Anna 4

.

Jim F-E-L-I-X-S-T-O-W-E.

 

BComplete this dialogue with questions and sentences. Follow the instructions.

You (Ask where the department store is.)

1

Jane It's in Halliday Street, which is the second right after the High Street.

You (Tell Jane you didn't understand, and ask her to repeat it.)

2

Jane Sorry. Go down here, cross the High Street, then the second turning on the right is Halliday Street.

You (Ask Jane to spell the name of the street.)

3

How do you spell that?

T-H-A-T

Unit'"

'Fellceszules az erettsegire

Hal/ott sloveg ertese

Ember es larsadalom

(;) 03 You are going to hear people giving or taking three different messages. Fill in the gaps 1-10 in the sentences below with a maximum of three words. The first gap (0) has been filled in for you as an example.

In the first dialogue, 0 .. !l?.hfl

wanted to talk to

1

He offered to take her out to

2

that night.

 

In the second dialogue, 3

answering machine

received 4.

She phoned because

5............ ..

that day and wanted to tell him

6

 

 

In the third conversation, a boy tried to talk to

7

but could only 8

for him.

The boy expects a call 9.

about the

10

the following week.

 

Olvasott sloveg ertese

Ember es larsadalom

Read a passage (lines 1-50) from Lost for words (Student's Book, page 15). For Questions 1-7, match the half sentences A-I so that they express the main ideas of the text. Write the letters in the boxes as shown in the example (0). There is an extra letter that you will not need.

o Dr Choudhury was the first

1Aysha and Dr Choudhury often talked

2Dr Choudhury told Aysha she also had difficulties

3Dr Choudhury had to prove that

4Dr Choudhury thought the most important thing for Aysha was

5Aysha was happy

6Aysha was really worried

Abecause she tried really hard.

Bwhen she arrived in Britain.

Cshe could not become a doctor because of her English.

Dwhen Aysha visited her grandfather in hospital.

Ewoman doctor Aysha had met.

Fto realise that she and Dr Choudhury had a lot in common.

Gshe was better than the others in the class.

Hto be prepared for hard work.

4 5

Nyelvhelyesseg es beszedkeszseg ~ 62.oldal

Nyelvtan 2

~ > Grammar reference, page 134

10 can and can't

AComplete gaps 1-7 with can and one of these verbs.

• find out. send. send. talk. contact. use. read

New technology is wonderful. With email, my cousin in

the States 1

me every day. He

2

a letter to my computer. I

3

my password to open the letters in

my mailbox. With the Internet you 4

..

Information about different sUbjects written by

individual people and organisations

Fax machines

5

a message written on a piece of

paper to another machine, which 6

.

the signals and print the words and pictures With a mobile phone you 7 to people

anywhere in the world, wherever you are

B Complete sentences 1-6 with can or can't.

 

Michael

come out with us tonight because he's

 

got too much homework.

 

2

I haven't got a computer, but I

go to an Internet

 

cafe to read and send emails.

 

3

 

you spell the longest word in the English

 

language?

 

4

you

find a lot of information on the Internet.

S

Kate isn't good at music - she

sing or playa

 

musical instrument.

 

6

Please put the light on - we ...

...... see our books.

11 can, can't or (not) be able to?

Complete 1-10 with can, can't or (not) be able to.

1

 

When will you...... .

speak English fluently?

2

 

We won't

see Tina so often in the

 

 

future, because she's moving to Scotland.

3

A lot of people say they.............. .. ....... dance very

 

 

well, but in fact they can.

 

4

 

My sister's baby will

walk very soon.

S

I use your dictionary, please?

6Many young English people would like to

......................... speak another language.

7

It's useful to

use the Internet.

8

Judith

always make me laugh.

9

Willi

to study Information Technology

 

next year?

 

10

Adrian might

go climbing at the

weekend, because he's hurt his foot.

'", fraskeszseg.J

a questionnaire and description

12 Asking and answering questions

AA student is interviewing Sheena Davies. Match these questions with her answers.

Questionnaire

1What are your ambitions?

2How often do you go abroad on holiday?

3Can you speak Welsh?

4 Do you like listening to music?

5What time do you get up on schooldays?

6How often do you go out with your friends?

7What sports do you play?

8How many people are

there in your family?

9 Where do you live?

10When do you finish school in the afternoon?

a Five.

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cfl,-t a ~artev- to .seveV\.

d

lV\ c..av-cliff.

t

e

CMc.e ov-

twic.e a yeav-.

I

!

 

 

 

'!I

 

 

 

!I

f

fl,-t t~v-ee fi.fteeV\.

 

9

Not v-ea\\y) j~.st a few wov-cl.s.

h

l)cl lik.e to be a -ta.s~iOV\

 

 

cle.si9V\ev-.

 

 

'(e.s) l

love ·It. l )ve 90t

lot.s

 

of c..D.s.

 

 

1wic.e

a week..

 

o

B Now write the questions for Sheena's answers.

 

.. . -

...................

 

Yes,

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J

 

+ L -

~tI Of)e. sis+er.

Of)e. oro

no=..r

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2

......................................

...........

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No,

r'", +he

oltles+.

 

 

 

 

3

 

.

 

...............................

 

 

 

 

 

R"eeve Hill Hi!JJ, Sd>oo/.

 

 

4 ...........................

 

 

 

 

His+ory. r+'s

rePl/1y

i,.,+eres+ill!J'

5

 

.....................................

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

 

..

.

 

 

 

.

 

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~"',.,+ +0 +rAvel~

",,.,tI

be

",6/e +0

+",11<.

+0 people.

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

 

.

 

 

 

 

 

No,

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J,,,,+e i+ - r

tlo"" +

lil<.e. pl",yill!J i,., '"

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or

c.ompe+ill!J

"'8",i"'S+ o+her

people.

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or

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Of)e.

 

 

 

J

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or +~o J,ovrS '" u"'y

 

~

 

 

F",vovri+e

50~ oper",s.

 

 

 

 

10

..........................

13 Writing a description

Complete this description of Sheena Davies with the information in 12.

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pcr:-plc In ,,",er fAMily:

,,",er

pAren-fs,

,,",erself And ,,",er 3

.

And

4............

c':',,",e <le-fs up A-f

 

 

 

J

 

 

5......................... r:-n SD,,",r:-o!dAyS And

~v'eS -fr:­

6

 

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And 10

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be Able -fo 11

 

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people w,,",en S,,",e -frAVeIs

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12

 

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fAvour de 13

 

 

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14

 

W,,",en

S,,",e

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.

 

Unit'"

'lCultuTe rOCUS

What is English?

English is more multicultural than any other language. For centuries it has taken words from other languages. and today's international communication means that new words are appearing every day. In fact English contains words from marc than :ISO other languages! 'Goulash' from Hungarian. 'algebra' from Arabic and 'safari' from Swahili are just ,I few. Sometimes English even takes whole phrases. We use 'Ia dolce vita' from Italian. and 'c'est la vie' from French; we even have 'feng shui' from Chinesc'

New types of English

In many countries. likc India or Africa. therc arc hundreds of local dialects (different ways of speaking the same language). These countries l)ften use English as ,1 common language. and each country creates its own words. As a result new variations or English are born. In West Arrica for cxample. trarfic jams are called 'go-slows'. clothes arc called 'wears'. and hairdresser's are known as 'barbing saloons'!

International communication

International communication has alsl) created specialised English. such as Aviation English for air trarlie controllcrs. Internet English. and even text mcssage English 1'01' mobile phones! New words. such as .email.and.holl1epage.a rc added to the language when they are needed.

Who does English belong to?

What all this mcans is that English doesn't just belong to the English. but to all the people. proli:ssions and cultures who influencc and change it. Today English is a truly global language ... because it belongs ttl

everyone!

E.m~L' Jo-slows

jo(Aas~ hio~ep(J.~e

1v:J f:; ttrvlv

Read the text and answer these questions.

1Why is English a 'multicultural' language?

2How many languages have given words to English?

3Why is English useful in countries like India?

4How has international communication infiuenced English?

Sz6kincsfejlesztes

1 Opposite meanings

A Find the opposites of these words in the word square.

(~J. ~)

• positive. proud. tiny. well built. strong' richest. different

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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B Now complete these sentences with the words from A.

You can't say Lucas is fat, but he's definitely

2 War and natural disasters have made this country one of the ,.. , ,.. , countries in the world.

3I like this jacket, but not in this colour. Have you got something,., .. ,......... ...... in a darker colour?

4 Congratulations! You must be , , of your fantastic results.

5 There are hundreds of fantastic shops in the new shopping centre. It's a really, , , place.

6 I don't understand why you said such terrible things to Sophie. I'm ,.. , of you.

7I've done lots of revision, so I'm feeling

....... ,... ,.. ,... ,..... about passing the exam.

8Dad has lost too much weight on his diet. He looks really

....................... now.

9 We need ten

people to move the

piano into the school hall.

 

10David isn't like his sister at all; they're very

........................ from each other.

2 Word formation

AComplete the gaps with an adjective form of the nouns in brackets.

How to rise to the top

1

If you want to be

 

, ,.", .. ,

in life, then

 

you need to be really

,..... ,

" .. ·.. , Think

 

about how and when you work best and plan

 

your work around those times.

 

 

(success, discipline)

 

 

Z

Don't be afraid to be

,.. ,

Keep

 

trying to do your best. Positive thinking will help

 

you to achieve your goals.

 

 

(ambition)

 

 

 

 

3

There's no quick way to success - be

 

., "."

,

at all times, Don't stand still.

 

Keep moving forward.

 

 

(determination)

 

 

 

4

You mayor may not be "

but

 

whatever your strengths are, you must be

 

(talent, hard work)

 

 

5

Some people are ,

 

,

Who knows,

 

you may be one of them and get your big break

 

soon! (luck)

 

 

 

 

BComplete the captions for the cartoons. Use one of the words from A in each caption, in its noun or adjective form, and any other words that are necessary.

1 Poor Maria. She isn't .

2 This class hasn't got much

3 Seeing a black cat means 4 Good old Tom! He's

.

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Nyelvtan

3 The past simple

AComplete the gaps in this article with the past simple form of these verbs.

be • discover. get. go • say. start. surprise. talk. teach

want

Dominic McVey is Britain's youngest millionaire.

 

 

:.YIy mum 1..........

.

me to be myself

 

 

and say what I think. So I don't think it

 

 

 

2

·

her that I went into business

 

 

when I 3

 

 

11 years old.

 

 

 

I +

 

 

Viza scm;ters on the net,

 

 

and I 5

 

about them all the time

 

on holiday that summer. l\Ium

 

 

6

 

'Oh, another of Dom's crazy

 

 

ideas.' But \vhen we 7

home

 

 

again, I ~

 

 

to the bank with a

 

 

business plan. I 9

 

to sell the

 

 

scooters in Europe. I w

my

 

 

company, Scooters UK, which is now worth

 

five million pounds.'

 

 

B Read the biography of Robbie Williams. Write questions

 

using the prompts, then answer them.

 

 

.e',••').fe".,".:;."'.'_'••'".".,.,.,.,••• e' ••• -.~. -.-•• '•• '• •••••

-e.

Robbie Williams started

 

 

 

 

his musical career as a

 

 

 

 

teenager in the boy band,

 

:

 

 

:

:

 

Take That. The band split

 

:

up in 1995 and Robbie

 

 

iii

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

• wanted to make it to the

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

:

top of the music

 

 

 

 

:

 

profession as a solo

 

 

:

:

 

performer. His first solo

 

:

:

 

single,

Freedom, sold

 

 

iii

 

about a quarter of a

 

 

 

iii

 

 

 

 

~

 

million copies. More than

 

 

!

 

 

 

" a year later he produced

 

 

 

his first solo album,

Life

 

 

 

 

 

:~ thru a lens. It didn't sell

 

 

 

very well at first,

but

 

 

I

 

success came suddenly,

 

 

:

 

 

 

• when the single Angels came out. He performed at

 

!!" the Glastonbury Festival in 2001, one of the most

 

:"

 

important events in his career. He is now one of the

!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Example

when I Robbie Williams start his musical career?

When did Robbie Williams start his musical career? He started his musical career when he was a teenager. his first solo single / sell a million copies?

Did his first solo single sell a million copies? No. it didn't. It sold a quarter of a million copies.

1which band / he perform in?

2he / want to stay with the band?

3his first album I sell well at first?

4when / success come?

5where / he perform in 2001?

4 The past continuous

Put these phrases in the correct order to make sentences in the past continuous.

1were you working / in 1998/ on the film / ?

2about you / was thinking / last night / I

3about / Mike's parents / his school report / very happy / weren't feeling

4Christina / her new CD / in the English lesson / was listening to / yesterday

5in Madrid / still living / you saw her / was / when / Teresa / ?

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5The past simple or the past continuous?

Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense, past simple or past continuous.

Last year 11..... .....

. (stay) by the sea with my

parents. One day my Mum, Dad and I 2.

.

 

(walk) along the sea wall near the marina when I

 

3.......

.

(see) a famous film star - one of my

favourite stars! He 4.

.

(sit) on the deck of a

luxury boat. While I 5.

 

(stare) at him, I

suddenly 6

 

 

(fall) off the sea wall and into

the sea! Dad l .

(manage) to get me out,

but he B.......

 

.. (be) angry with me. 'What

9....... .

(you / do)? Why 10

 

 

(you /

falloff)?' he shouted. 'I'm sorry,' I said, '/11 ..

 

 

(stand) too close to the edge.' 112 .

 

..

(look)

quickly at the film star again ­ he 13 ..

 

 

 

(laugh) at me. After that, / never 14...... .

 

(watch)

any of his films again!

 

 

 

 

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6Expressing preferences

Number the lines of the dialogue in the correct order.

A

Jonny

I'd like to see Shrek. What about you?

B

Luke

OK. Let's go to the video shop on the way

 

 

horne and choose something we'd both

 

 

enjoy.

C ........

Jonny

Well I've seen that' I think I'd rather not

 

 

watch all those dinosaurs again.

D .. J.

Luke

Which video shall we get to watch at my

 

 

house tonight?

E

Jonny

Good idea! I'll see you later.

F

Luke

I've seen Shrek. I'd prefer to get Jurassic

 

 

Park III.

7Making suggestions

Write four suggestions. Use the pictures 1-4 and these

phrases: What about .. .ing?, Let's '" and Why don't

we ... ?

2

.

3

.

4

8 Giving an account of your evening

AImagine you went out yesterday evening and had a fantastic time. Write notes to answer these questions.

1

Who did you go out with?

.

..

2

Where did you go?

.

 

3

Why was it a success?

 

..

BYour friend Kim is asking you about your evening. Complete the dialogue with your notes from A and some of these adjectives.

fantastic. boring. wild. glamorous. fun. OK • exciting

tiring. interesting

Kim

How was your evening with

1

?

 

You

It was 2

..

Kim

What did you do?

 

You We went to 3.

and

then afterwards we 4

..

Kim

That sounds fun! Why did you have such a

good time?

 

You

Because 5

It was

really 6

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