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Intermediate Student's Book

Liz & John Soars

Oxford

Contents

LANGUAGE INPUT

Unit

1 What a wonderful world!

p6

Grammar

Auxiliary verbs

do, be, have

Naming the tenses Questions and negatives Short answers

2 Happiness!

Present time

 

p 15

Present Simple and Continuous

 

Action and state verbs

 

walk

know

 

Present passive

3 Telling tales

Past time

p24

Past Simple and Continuous

 

Past

Simple and Past Perfect

 

Past

passive

Stop and Check 1 Teacher's Book p 136

Vocabulary Postscript

Sounds and spelling meat great

I'd /ei/

Silent letters kneeIriv.l

P 12

Sports and leisure activities play tennis

go swimming do aerobics

P 2 2

Art. music and literature chapter

orchestra

Verbs and nouns that go together paint a portrait

p29

Social expressions

Never mind!

It's my round.

You must be joking! p 14

Numbers

Money, fractions, decimals, percentages, phone numbers, dates

p23

Giving opinions

What did you think of the play?

It was boring! p34

4Doing the right thing p35

5On the move p45

6Likes and dislikes p56

Modal verbs (1)

Adjectives that describe people

Requests and offers

Obligation and permission

punctual

friendly

Could you ...'.'

can, have to, allowed to

p39

 

Can you ...?

must, mustn't, should

Word formation

I'll.'..

Shall I...?

 

behave - behaviour

 

p44

 

stranger - strange

 

 

 

p42 *

 

 

Future forms

The weather

Travelling around

going to and will

storm

shower

Using public transport

Present Continuous

chilly

freezing

Requests in a hotel

p50

 

 

 

p55

 

 

 

Questions with like

Words that go together

Signs and soundbites

Do you like tea?

tall people

Dry clean only

What's she like?

historic town

I'm just looking, thank you.

Verb patterns

rich food

p64

 

 

 

want to do enjoy meeting

p59

Stop and Check 2 Teacher's Book p 138

2 Contents Language input

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

• Speaking

• Listening

'Wonders of the modern world'

Information gap -

A group of people talk about

p 10

The life of a Times

their wonders of the modern

 

journalist p 9

world T.6

 

Discussion - What's

p l l

 

 

 

the most important

 

 

invention? p 12

 

'Sister Wendy, TV star' - the nun who is also a TV star p20

'The writer, the painter and the musician' (jigsaw)

p30

'A world guide to good manners' - how to behave properly in different parts of the world

p40

'If it's Tuesday we must be in Munich' - American tourists in Europe

P51

'In search of (good) English food' - a history of English food

p60

Discussion - What's important to you in

life? Clothes? Travel? p 21

Talking about your favourite sports p 22

Talking about your favourite poem, piece of music, or painting p 29

Exchanging information about a famous writer, painter and musician p 30

Three people talk about their favourite sport or leisure activity T.I 5

p22

'The holiday that wasn't' - a frightening holiday experience T.23

p33

Talking about school rules p 37

Nationality stereotypes p 39

Discussion - the rules of etiquette in different countries p 41

Arranging to meet p 49

Class survey - favourite holidays p 53

Talking about food, cooking and restaurants p 61

Exchanging information about capital cities p 62

School days long ago T.26 p37

Entertaining friends in three different countries T.29 p42

The geography of the British Isles T.36

A weather forecast T.37 p50

Two English people talk about living in New York; an American gives her impressions of living in London (jigsaw) T.46

p62

• Writing

Correcting language mistakes in an informal letter

Symbols for correction p l 3

Descriptive writing (1) Describing a person

Adverbs of degree quite young rather attractive p22

Writing a narrative

My worst holiday

Adverbs suddenly however

P 33

Filling in a form p43

Sending a fax p 54

Descriptive writing (2) Describing a room p63

Relative pronouns who, which, that, where,whose p64

Skills Development Contents 3

 

LANGUAGE INPUT

Unit

Grammar

7 The world of work

Present Perfect Simple

p65

Present Perfect vs

 

Past Simple

 

Present Perfect passive

Vocabulary

Postscript

Multi-word verbs

On the telephone

look after us

Do you want to hold?

turn on the light

Can J take a message?

p72

Leaving a message on an

 

 

answer phone

 

p75

8

Imagine!

Conditionals

Base and strong adjectives

 

p76

First conditional

big huge

 

 

 

Second conditional

p82

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zero conditional

Modifying

adverbs

 

 

very big

 

 

 

Time clauses

 

 

 

absolutely enormous

 

 

when

as soon as

 

 

p82

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

Relationships

Modal verbs (2)

Character

adjectives

 

p86

Probability (present and past)

sociable

 

 

 

must

be

easy-going

 

 

might

have been

p 91

 

 

 

can'f

go

 

 

 

 

could

have gone

 

 

Making suggestions

Let's go shopping! You ought to ask/or a pay rise.

p85

Agreeing and disagreeing

So do I! Neither do I! p95

Stop and Check 3 Teacher's Book p 140

10 Obsessions

Present Perfect Continuous

p96

Simple vs Continuous

 

Present Perfect vs Past Simple

 

Time expressions

 

since I left school

 

until 1 met Jack

11Tell me about it! P 107

12Two weddings, a birth and a funeral!

p 116

Indirect questions

I don't know where he lives.

Question tags

It's a lovely day, isn't it?

Reported speech

Reported statements and questions

Reported commands

Stop and Check 4 Teacher's Book p 142

Compound nouns postcard

post office dining room p103

Verbs and nouns that go together

whistle a tune

Idioms

drop someone a line p 111

Words connected with birth, marriage and death honeymoon pram

Practice of the phonetic script p 120

Tapescripts p 126

Complaining too much not enough

The soup's too salty, p106

Informal language ninety quid What's up with him?

p 115

Saying sorry

Pardon?

Excuse me!

Social situations p125

Grammar Reference p 142

4 Contents Language input

SKILLS DEVELOPMENT

 

 

 

• Speaking

• Listening

The modern servant' -

Exchanging information about

Thomas Wilson -

the nanny, the cook and

the lives of three modern

a retired man talks to

the gardener (jigsaw)

servants p 72

his granddaughter

p70

Roleplay - choosing a career

about his life T.51

 

P 7 3

 

p72

 

 

 

Discussion - retirement p 74

 

• Writing

Formal letters

A letter of application p74

'Who wants to be a millionaire? We do!' - the ups and downs of winning a fortune

p80

Maze - you've won £5m. Where will your life go from here? p82

Discussion - Which charity would you give to? p 83

Song - 'Who wants to be a millionaire?" T.57

p80

Three charity appeals - Which one would you give to? T.59

p83

'The man who planted trees' - a short story by Jean Giono, which shows how the actions of one person can change the world

p92

'Death cigarettes? You must be joking!' - an interview with the man who markets a cigarette called Death

p 100

'You ask... we answer!' - questions and answers from a science magazine

p 112

'David Copperfield' - an extract about the day of David's birth from the novel by Charles Dickens

p 121

Quiz - What sort of person are you? p 91

Class survey about brothers and sisters p 91

Discussion •••• the right to smoke? p102

Exchanging information about two collectors p 104

Guessing game p 104

Information gap - Madame Tussaud's p 108

Stories of forgetfulness p 114

Discussion - What are the customs connected with births, weddings and funerals? p l 2 0

The day I was born! p 120

Two people talk about their families - one from a large family, the other an only child T.65

p 91

Collectors and their collections (jigsaw) T.75

pl04

'The forgetful generation' - a radio programme T.83 p 114

Two people give statements to the police (jigsaw) T.88 p119

A poem - 'Funeral blues' by W H Auden T.90

P 123

Words that join ideas

Linking devices and comment adverbs in an informal letter although however

actually anyway p84

Sentence combination Describing a person and a place

p94

Beginning and ending letters, formal and informal

p105

Producing a class poster p 113

For and against - living in the city what is more

on the plus side p114

Correcting language mistakes in an informal letter

P 124

Appendix 1 - Irregular verbs p 157

Appendix 2 - Verb patterns p 158

Index p 159

Phonetic symbols (inside back cover)

Skills Development Contents 5

What a wonderful world!

Auxiliary verbs

Social expressions

Test your grammar

1 Make questions with you from the sentences.

Example

come from Australia. {Where?)

Where do you come from?

aI live in a flat near the centre of town. (Where?)

bI speak three languages. (How many?)

cI'm learning English because I need it for my job.

(Why?)

dI've been to France, Germany, Sweden, and the United States. (Which countries?)

eI was born in Dublin in 1961. (Where? When?)

fI've been learning English for three years. (How long?)

gI have two brothers and a sister. (How many?)

h I've got £10 in my pocket. {How much?) 1 I went to the cinema last night. (Where?) j I'm wearing jeans and a jumper. (What?)

In pairs, ask and answer the questions about you. Tell the class about your partner.

2Make the statements negative.

Example I smoke.

don't smoke.

aMy mother works in a bank.

bIt's raining.

cI went out last night.

dI'm learning Russian.

eWe've got a dog.

fI had a shower this morning.

gEnglish is spoken in every country in the world.

PRESENTATION

Auxiliary verbs

1 Answer the questions in the quiz.

General knowledge

QUIZ

When did the modern Olympic Games start?

a 1876 b 1888 c 1896

2 How long does it take for

the sun's rays to reach Earth?

a 8 minutes b 8 hours c 8 days

3What was Neil Armstrong doing when he said, 'That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind'?

4What doesn't a vegan eat?

OIf you are buying things with rupees, which country are you in?

OWhere were the first books printed?

a Germany b Egypt

c China

6 Unit 1 What a wonderful world!

2T.1 Listen and check your answers.

3Find an example of the following tenses in the quiz.

Present Simple

Past Simple

Present Continuous

Past Continuous

Present Simple passive

Past Simple passive

Present Perfect Simple

 

Grammar question

-When do we use the auxiliary verbs do, be, and have! Think of tenses, negatives and questions.

4 Write some general knowledge questions. Ask the class.

7 In which religion are the gods Brahma, Vishnu and Siva worshipped?

;: Which record album has sold more than any other?

What does VIP stand for?

Why didn't Ben Johnson get the gold medal for the 100 metres at the Seoul Olympics?

What was Abraham Lincoln doing when he was assassinated?

How many times has Brazil won the World Cup?

How many wings does a butterfly have?

If you are eating sushi, what exactly are

you eating?

PRACTICE

1Grammar and pronunciation

1Correct the factual mistakes in sentences a-k and give the right information.

T.2a First listen to the sentence stress in the example.

Example

The sun rises in the west.

It doesn't rise in the west!

It rises in the east!

aThe Pope comes from Australia.

bThe teacher's wearing a swimming costume.

cPeople drive on the right in Britain.

dMy mother has got ten sisters and brothers.

eWe went to Iceland on holiday last summer.

fI had a huge breakfast.

gTt'll snow tomorrow.

hWe're learning Chinese.

iI live in a palace.

j Champagne is made in Scotland.

k

Cats and dogs can swim.

 

 

 

T.2b Listen and check your answers.

2

Write questions for the answers.

 

 

 

Example

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How many books did you read on holiday?

 

 

 

Four.

 

 

 

 

 

a

What

 

last night?

 

 

 

I stayed in and watched television.

b

What sort of books

 

 

 

reading?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I like horror stories and science fiction.

c

 

 

 

 

been to America?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yes, I have. I went there last year. I really enjoyed it.

d

What

 

the teacher _____________?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

She's helping Maria with this exercise.

e

 

 

 

 

your father do?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

He works in a bank.

 

 

 

 

 

f

Why

 

your homework last night?

 

 

 

Because I didn't feel well.

g

How long

 

 

it take you to come to

 

 

 

school?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It takes me about twenty minutes. I come by bus.

h

What

 

 

doing next weekend?

 

 

 

I don't know. I haven't got any plans yet.

i

 

 

 

 

you

 

 

 

 

a CD player at

 

 

 

home?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No, I haven't. Just a tape recorder.

In pairs, ask and answer the questions about you.

What a wonderful world! Unit 1 7

2 is or has?

T.3 Listen to the sentences. They all contain 's.

Say if 's = is or 's = has.

Example

She's got a BMW. has

Peter's waiting near the door, is

3 Short answers

1 T.4a

Read and listen to the breakfast conversation.

Dad

Morning! Did you sleep well?

Emma

Yes.

Dad

Do you want any breakfast?

Emma

No. I'm not hungry.

Dad

Oh. Have you fed the cat?

Emma

Yes.

Dad

Has the post come?

Emma

No. •

Dad

OK. Are you going to be late tonight?

Emma

No. I'll be back at the usual time.

4Stand up! Ask three students the following yes/no questions. Add one or two questions of your own. I a tick (/) or a cross (X) in the columns. Give short answers in your reply.

S1 S2

Do you play a musical instrument?

Does anyone in your family smoke?

Have you got any pets?

Can you cook?

Are you going out tonight?

Did you watch TV last night?

Have you been to the cinema recently?

4 Reading and tenses

Read the text about The Times newspaper. Put the verb in brackets into the correct tense. There are examples active and passive sentences.

Example

The Times is printed (print) six days a week, from Monday to Saturday.

2 T.4b Listen to a similar dialogue. What's the difference?

We use short answers in spoken English because yes or no on its own can sound impolite.

Practise the dialogue using short answers.

3 T.5 Answer the questions you hear with a short answer.

8 Unit 1 What a wonderful world!

The Times, symbol of tradition and establishment

THE TIMES is one of Britain's oldest and most

influential newspapers. It (a)

 

 

(begin)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

its life in 1785. It (b)

 

 

(start) by John

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walter. In those days it (c)

 

 

(cost)

 

 

 

 

 

 

two and a half old pennies.

 

 

 

 

In the nineteenth century, The Times

(d)

(develop) a reputation for

 

 

 

 

 

accurate reporting and independent editorial

views. Now it (e)

(sell) over

 

 

 

 

 

650,000 copies a day. It (f)

 

(publish)

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 Speaking

Work in pairs. Your teacher will give you some information about a journalist called Charles Hendrickson, who has worked for The Times and other newspapers. You will not have the same information as your partner.

Ask and answer questions to complete the mformation.

Example

Student A

Student B

Charles Hendrickson was

Charles Hendrickson

born in ... (When?).

was born in 1940. He

He went to school in Paris

went to school in ...

and Geneva.

(Where?).

Where did he go to school?

in London, along with its sister newspaper, The

Sunday Times, which (g)

. .

(have) at

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

least ten sections and takes all week to read!

'The Times (h)

(have) an excellent

 

 

 

reputation for over 200 years,' said its editor, who

(i)_ _ _ (work) for the paper since 1980,

'and now we (j) —

(try) our best to

 

 

 

continue that tradition in order to produce a newspaper for the twenty-first century.'

LANGUAGE REVIEW

Auxiliary verbs

The auxiliary verbs do, be and have are used to express various grammatical functions, for example to form questions and negatives, and to form tenses.

do

Do, does and did are used to form the question and negative in the Present Simple and the Past Simple.

Where do you work?

I don't like the rain.

What does she do?

He doesn't want to go home.

Why did you go to Paris?

We didn't buy anything.

be

Be is used with -ing forms and past participle forms to make continuous and passive verb forms.

She's wearing new shoes.

What were you doing this morning?

I'vebeen learning English for three years.

have

The Times is published in

London.

I was born in India.

My money's been stolen.

Have is used to make perfect verb forms.

Have you ever seen a ghost?

She's been waiting for two hours.

Grammar Reference: page 142.

What a wonderful world! Unit 1 9

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