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TOTAL 1

Opport. Elem. Cas. 1, s. 1

Module 1

Lesson A, ex. 1

Argentina

Brazil

Britain

Hungary

Italy

Russia

The USA

Turkey

Lesson C, ex. 3

This is my book.

These are his pencils.

These are my pens.

That is my dictionary.

These are my files.

Lesson F. Ex 1.

English

French

German

Greek

Hungarian

Italian

Polish

Russian

Spanish

Turkish

Warm-up page. Ex. 1

Hobby

Playing basketball

Football

Tennis

Playing computer games

The piano

Reading

Swimming

Gymnastics

Listening to music

Collecting things

Lesson 1, ex. 5

Group 1

Goes

Lives

Loves

Reads

Group 2

Collects

Likes

Makes

Speaks

Group3

Dances

Uses

Collects

Dances

Goes

Likes

Lives

Loves

Makes

Reads

Speaks

uses

Lesson 2 ex. 1

Hobby

Diving

Volley ball

Windsurfing

Painting

Photography

Playing the guitar

Module 2æ θ ı ə ɛ ʃ ʤ ʧ ŋ ɜ ʒ ɔ υ ⋀ ð ʒ

Opport. Elem. Cas. 1, s. 1

Module 2

Warm-up page, ex. 1

Character

Active

Friendly

Hard-working

Helpful

Honest

Lazy

Outgoing

Quiet

Romantic

Shy

Warm-up page, Ex.4

Family

[ə]

Aunt

Brother

Father

Grandfather

Grandmother

Mother

Sister

Uncle

Lesson 3, ex. 1

Tuesday

Saturday

Wednesday

Thursday

Sunday

Friday

Monday

Review Moduals 1-2Ex. 7

[t - d]

Paint

Friend

Bad

Sit

Hat

Sad

Fat

Bed

Right

Ride

Opport. Elem. Cas. 1, s. 2

Module 4

Warm-up page, ex. 2

ŋ

Sport, hobby

Camping

Climbing

Diving

Sailing

Sightseeing

Skiing

Surfing

Traveling

Walking

Warm-up page, ex. 2

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

Lesson 8, ex. 6

  1. What is the capital of the USA?

  1. Los-Angeles

  2. New York

  3. Washington

  1. In what city is Big Ben?

  1. London

  2. Rome

  3. Paris

  1. When you pay with pesetas, what country are you in?

  1. Italy

  2. France

  3. Spain

  1. In what city is Alhambra Palace?

  1. Paris

  2. Granada

  3. Amsterdam

  1. What is the capital of Canada?

  1. Toronto

  2. Ottawa

  3. Montreal

  1. Where is the Coliseum?

  1. Cairo

  2. Istanbul

  3. Rome

  1. Where is Heathrow Airport?

  1. London

  2. Berlin

  3. Moscow

  1. In what country is Euro Disney?

  1. Spain

  2. France

  3. Italy

Lesson 8, ex. 7

Travel Agency

-Good morning. I’d like to go to Edinburgh, please.

- O K. When would you like to go?

- At the weekend on Saturday.

- What time do you want to leave?

- At about ten o’clock.

What times are the trains?

- There’s one at half past seven and there’s one at quarter past twelve.

- Right. And what about flights?

-There are two flights. There’s one at quarter to nine and one at half past ten.

- O. K. And how much are the tickets?

- A single is seventy five pounds and a return is ninety pounds.

- Can you give me a return ticket for the ten thirty flight, please?

- Certainly.

Lesson 8, ex. 8

Quarter past 6 or 6.15

Seven o’clock

Half past ten or 10. 30

Quarter to four or 3.45

Half past six or 6.30

Ten past seven or 7. 10

Twenty past ten or 10. 20

Twenty to two or 1.40

Five past four or 4.05

Ten to eight or 7.50

Twenty five past five or 5. 25

Five to three or 2.55

Review Modules 3-4

Ex. 7

θ ð

there

theatre

thank

the

weather

these

thirty

Thursday

Three

Their

North

Review Modules 3-4

Ex. 8

First

Second

Third

Fourth

Fifth

Sixth

Seventh

Eighth

Ninth

Tenth

Eleventh

Twelfth

Thirteenth

Fourteenth

Fifteenth

Sixteenth

Seventeenth

Eighteenth

Nineteenth

Twentieth

Twenty first

Thirtieth

Thirty first

Review Modules 3-4

Ex. 8

The 25th of December

The 4th of February

The 12th of March

The 3d of May

The 6th of June

The 8th of August

The 13th of October

the 31 of January

Module 5

Warm up page, ex. 3

1740

1804

1955

2001

The 14th century

The 20th century

Lesson 9, ex. 4

ed

started

finished

returned

lived

studied

liked

painted

died

Module 6

Warm-up page ex.2

Adventure story

Comedy

Ghost story

Horror story

Legend

Love story

Science fiction

Review Modules 5-6

Ex. 6

ı ə I ɛ ou

1. there

I arrived there at three o’clock.

2. here

She lived here in 1988.

3. wear

Do you wear fashionable clothes?

4. wrote

I wrote her three letters.

5. their

Their parents died when they were young.

6. hear

I’m sorry, I didn’t hear you.

7. near

I lived near the centre when I was younger.

8. know

I didn’t know the answer to that question.

9. where

Where do you come from?

  1. cold

It was very cold yesterday.

Review Modules 5-6

Ex. 7

[r]

Heard

Hear

Parents

Person

Near

Sword

Four

Bedroom

Broke

Breathe

Disappear

Strange

Car

Story

Module 7

Warm-up page ex.2

Bread

Cabbage

Carrots

cereal

Cheese

Fish

Meat

Orange juice

Oranges

Pasta

Potatoes

Sugar

Tomatoes

Lesson 13, ex. 3

  • O. K. What do we need?

Is there any coke?

-Yes, there is some coke. And we’ve got a lot of lemonade too. But there isn’t any coffee.

And there isn’t any milk or fruit juice.

-O. K. And have we got any meat or fish?

- We’ve got some sausages and some tuna.

-Have we got any crisps?

-Yes, we have. And we have a lot of chocolate and biscuits, too.

-Good. Is there any fruit?

-We’ve got some apples but we haven’t got any oranges.

- Are there any vegetables?

-There aren’t any potatoes but there are some carrots. By the way, Laura, have you got any money? I didn’t go to the bank yesterday.

- Yes, don’t worry. I’ve got some money.

Opportunities

Elementary Cassette 2, side 1

Module 9

Holiday

Lesson 18, ex. 8

  • Excuse me, where is the swimming-pool?

  • Go down this corridor and turn left. Go through the garden and it’s on the right.

  • It’s next to the car-park.

  • Thanks.

MODULE 10

Warm up page, ex. 2

Argentina-Argentinean

Hungary-Hungarian

Italy-Italian

Japan-Japanese

China-Chinese

Portugal-Portuguese

Lesson 20, ex.5

Restaurant

  • Excuse me!

  • Yes, sir?

  • Could I have a menu, please?

  • Of course. Here you are, sir.

  • Thank you.

  • I’d like some tomato soup, please.

  • I’m sorry, madam, I’m afraid, we haven’t got any today. We’ve got mushroom or chicken soup.

  • Right. For me chicken soup, please.

  • And I’d like a salad, please.

  • O. K. And what would you like to drink?

  • A mineral water, please.

  • Mineral water for me too, please.

Review modules 9-10

Ex. 7

ŋ g

Magazine

Sightseeing

Talking

Long

Dog

Art gallery

Having

Single

Ex.8

O ou o:

Group 1

Go

no

Group 2

Got

hot

Group 3

Saw

Bought

Group 1

Home

Snow

Know

Cold

sofa

Group 2

Long

Sorry

Shop

Job

Coffee

Dog

Watch

not

Group 3

Your

Tall

All

August more short

Small

daughter

θ ı ə ɛ ʃ ʤ ʧ ŋ ɜ ʒ ɔ υ ⋀ ð ʒæ

Module 11 Image

Lesson 21 ex.7

Bigger

Better

Trendier

Cheaper

Smarter

Wider

Longer

Shorter

Cooler

Darker

Brighter

Review Modules 11-12

Ex.8

Æ e

    1. bad

    2. bed

    3. but

  1. run, ten

  2. get, cat

  3. can, son

  4. one, red

  5. black, check

  6. come, am

  7. map, cup

  8. men, man

  9. love, have

  10. son, send

Cassette 2, side 2

Module 14

Shopping

Warm-up page, ex.4

Prices

Twelve euros thirty -12.30

Ten pounds ninety nine -12.99

Three dollars

$3.00

Nine dollars fifty - $9.50

Fifty cents - 50c

Five pounds twenty - 5.20

Forty pence - 40p

Six euros fifty - 6.50

Fifty cents - 50c

Lesson 28, ex. 7

Dialogue 1

  • Excuse me?

  • Yes, can I help you?

  • Yes, please. Have you got these jeans in black?

  • What size are you?

  • I’m size 36.

  • Just a moment. Here you are.

  • Where can I try them on?

  • Over there.

  • It’s too small. Can I try on the next size?

  • Certainly.

  • How much are they?

  • Those are thirty-five pounds.

  • Oh, sorry. They are

too expensive.

Dialogue 2

-Excuse me, how much is the skirt?

- That’s twelve pounds.

-Can I try it on?

-Yes, certainly. The changing room is over there.

- Thanks.

- Is it O.K.?

-No, it’s too big. Have you got a smaller size?

- I’m sorry, we’ve got only that size. But we’ve got this blue skirts in a smaller size and they are only ninety nine.

- Thanks, I’ll try one on. O. K., that’s great.

I am looking for a bag. How much are these ones?

-Fifteen pounds.

- Aren’t they really nice? Yes, I’ll take this one.

- Right. That’s twenty four pounds ninety nine, please.

Review

Modules 13-14

Exercise 8

Æ a:

i: ə:

ju: jo:

am - arm

had - hard

at - art

he - her

you - your

Module 15

Computers

Lesson 22 ex 6

Present perfect

Contractions

We’ve finished.

She hasn’t started.

They’ve arrived.

I haven’t used it.

He’s designed it.

He hasn’t asked me.

You’ve decided.

It’s stopped.

Lesson 30 ex 6

  • How do you use it?

  • Well, first you switch it on here.

  • What do you do next?

  • After that you wait a bit. When it is ready, you can start.

  • So, how can you get onto the Internet?

  • To get onto the Internet, click on this icon, like this-with the mouse. You can send or receive e-mail messages. Click on this program.

  • How do you print something?

  • Well, before you start, make sure there’s paper in the printer! Then click on this. To switch it off, click on this.

  • Finally, switch it off here.

Module 16

Flying sauces

Space

Warm up page, ex. 2

alien

galaxy

moon

solar system

spaceship

star

UFO

Universe

the planets

Earth

Jupiter

Mars

Mercury

Neptune

Pluto

Saturn

Uranus

Venus

Opportunities Pre-Intermediate

Cas. 1 side 1

Module 1 Lifestyles

Lesson 1

    1. does

    2. washes

    3. talks

  1. cuts

  2. teaches

  3. runs

  4. catches

  5. hits

  6. gets

  7. knows

  8. chooses

  9. goes

Review ex. 9

    1. reading

    2. in

ŋ

  1. England

  2. boring

  3. planning

  4. inflatable

  5. watching

  6. inhabitant

  7. feeling

  8. interest

  9. tin

  10. relaxing

θ ı ə ɛ ʃ ʤ ʧ ŋ ɜ ʒ ɔ υ ⋀ ð ʒæ

Module 2

Heroes

Review ex 7

Θ ð ʃ ʧ

think

there

crash

watch

other

achievement

anything

breathe

issue

research

through

relationship

situation

three

together

Module 3

Celebration

Pre int. Cas. 1 side 2

Module 4,

Money

Review ex. 6

e æ

a) man

b) men

1. sad -said

2. pen - pan

3. head - had

4. than - then

5. lend - land

6. beg - bag

7. end - and

8. bad - bed

9. set - sat

10. mat - met

11. bat - bet

12. ten - tan

Module 5

Opport. Pre Interm. Cas 2 side 1

Travel

Emigration

Music

Side 2:

Painting

Architecture

Opportunities

Intermediate

Cas. 1 side 1

Module 1

Adventure

Lesson 2, ex. 9

S в разных функциях

      1. He’s gone abroad.

      2. She’s got a new car.

      3. John’s having a shower.

      4. Pat’s done a lot for her school.

      5. Mike’s a nice man.

      6. The cat’s drinking milk.

Extreme sports

Holiday, sport

Review Ex. 7

three - free

ten - ven

sink - think

cloths - close

dirty - thirty

worth - worse

van - van

thank - sank

mouth - mouse

bread- breath

debt - death

thick - sick

those - toes

dare - there

fought - thought

Module 2

Обьявления по кино в кинотеатре

Диалог по фильму

Module 2

Review

Ex. 6 Irregular

broke

bought

caught

chose

drove

rode

saw

spoke

taught

told

thought

woke

wore

wrote

Module 3

Lesson 10, ex. 3

Объявления в аэропорту

Opportunities

Intermediate

Cas. 1 side 2

Module 4 Module 5

People

Ex. 6

Advertisments

Press

1. advert

advertisement

2. popular

popularity

3. celebrate

celebrity

4. music

Musician

5. photograph

photographer

6. organize

organization

7.publish

publicity

8. evacuate

Evacuation

Appearance and character

Texts, dialogues

Opportunities

Intermediate

Cas. 2 side 1

Lesson 23

School

Lesson 23

Ex. 6 Несогласие

      1. I don’t think so.

      2. I don’t agree.

      3. Not necessarily.

      4. May be, but…

      5. No really?

      6. You’ve got the point, but…

MODULE 6

Студент звонит в школу узнать о летних языковых курсах

Module 7

Careers, jobs

Interview for a holiday job

Module 8

Culture shock

Lesson 30

Ex. 11

Direct and reported questions

Yes, no

Opportunities

Intermediate

Cas. 2 side 2

Произношение разговорных фраз

Lesson 31, ex. 6

    1. Excuse me, could you pass the salt, please?

    2. You are welcome.

    3. I’d rather not, thanks.

    4. Do you think I can have a word with you?

    5. Would you mind giving me a lift to school?

    6. Thanks a lot. That’s very kind of you.

    7. I’ve forgotten it, I’m really sorry.

Language

  1. Do you speak English?

  2. Yes, I do.

  3. I speak English a little.

  4. I don’t speak English.

  5. What language do you speak?

  6. I speak Russian, French

  7. Do you understand me?

  1. I understand you (very well)

  2. I don’t understand you

  3. Can you answer my question?

  4. A little slower, please

  5. Spell it, please

  6. Shall I translate?

  7. I want to get some practice

A visit to a country

1. Have you ever been to our country before?

2. Yes, I have. No, I haven’t.

3. Is it your first visit to our country?

4. No, its my second visit.

Family

    1. I was born

    2. We are the same age.

    3. He is a widower (widow)

    4. I am divorced

    5. Do you have a family? Yes, no

    6. Do you have any children?

    7. How old is your son?

    8. They are twins Twin-sisters)

    9. He is my namesake

    10. I stay with my parents

House

  1. On which floor is your flat?

  2. What is your address?

  3. Is your flat large?

  4. It’s a two-room flat

  5. Our flat has all modern conveniences

Headway Elementary pronunciation

Side 1 θ ı ə ɛ ʃ ʤ ʧ ŋ ɜ ʒ ɔ υ ⋀ ð ʒ æ

Unit 1 3-a

Thirteen - thirty

Fourteen - forty

Fifteen - fifty

Sixteen - sixty

Seventeen - seventy

Eighteen - eighty

Nineteen - ninety

Unit 1 3-b

Fifty

Thirteen

Seventeen

Thirty

Eighteen

Fifteen

Ninety

Sixteen

Fourteen

Nineteen

Eighty

Sixty

Forty

Seventy

Unit 2, 1

[r]

Rolls-Royce

Right and wrong

A red, red rose

The River Rhine

Rock-and-roll

Unit 2, 2b

Professions

Hairdresser

Engineer

Journalist

Artist

Receptionist

Nurse

Doctor

Director

Interpreter

Writer

Unit 2, 3a

Hamburger

Pitsa

Salads

Mineral water

Coca-cola

Unit 2, 3b

Chocolate

Orange

Potato

Yogurt

Coffee

Sandwich

Tuna

Pepper

Chicken

Banana

Unit 3, 1a

S

a.Cups

Pens

Stamps

b. Speaks

reads

likes

c.Anna’s friend

Jane’s bag

Pete’s mum

  1. It’s here

How’s Andy?

He’s o’key

Unit 3, 2

S

Kisses

Buses

Boxes

Mixes

Washes

Pushes

Lissie’s????

Houses

Matches

Churches

Pages

Oranges

Unit 3, 3a

Present Ind.

a. The bank opens at 9 o’clock.

b. He goes to bed at 7 o’clock.

c. This office closes at half past two.

d. We get up at about 8 o’clock.

e. Her plane arrives at 2.15.

f.The programme finishes at about 11.30.

j. The film starts at half past 8.

h. My train leaves at about 11 o’clock.

Unit 3, 3b

At 9 o’clock

At 2 o’clock

At 7 o’clock

At 12 o’clock

At 3 o’clock

At 5 o’clock

Unit 3, 4

a. Okay? Okay

b. Bill. Bill?

c. Yes? Yes.

d. Coffee? Coffee

Unit 4, 1 a

I: I u u: e ə

See

Is

Good

Too

Yes

The

Unit 4, 1b

Speak!

Spell.

Live.

Listen.

Look.

Do.

Leave.

Cook

Unit 5 1a

ə: o: æ ⋀ a: o

ə: word

o: four

æ man

⋀ bus

a: part

o shop

Unit 5, 1 b

Carpet

Lamp

Wall

Cup

Parts

Curtain

Unit 5 1 c

Flat

Bath

Garden

Living-room

Door

Cupboard

Television

Mirror

Fridge

Cooker

Washing-machine

Unit 5, 2 a

Θ

Three

Thirty

Thousand

Thin

Theatre

ð

this

that

these

those

there

Unit6 1 b

U ⋀ i: I æ e

Good

Wood

Gun

One

Wheel

We’ll

That

Wet

U θ ı ə ɛ ʃ ʤ ʧ ŋ ɜ ʒ ɔ υ ⋀ ð ʒ æ

Unit 6, 2

Ŋ u: ou ai

Wrong

Who

Whole

Two

Right

Unit 7 1a

I i:

Sit- sit-seat

Hits-hits-heats

Bin - been - bean

Ship - ship - sheep

Hill-heal-heal

Lick-lick-leak

Unit 7, 3a

Past Indef.

T

Liked

Worked

Finished

Stopped

D

Loved

Lived

Opened

Arrived

Id

Heated

Intended

Started

Ended

Unit 7 3 b

1. We like her.

We liked her.

2. I love him.

I loved him.

3. They hate it.

They hated it.

Unit 7 3 c

a. We arrived on Monday morning.

b. It opened at 9 o’clock.

c. I finish work on Friday afternoon at 6 o’clock.

d. They closed on Monday.

e. They start at 8 o’clock.

f. The train stopped at midnight.

Unit 7 3 d

We arrived on Monday morning.

It opened at 9 o’clock.

I finished work on Friday afternoon at 6 o’clock.

They closed on Monday.

They started at 8 o’clock.

The train stopped at midnight.

Unit 7, 4 b

Past Ind. Questions

1. Where were you born?

In New-York.

2. When was your sister born?

In 1978.

3.When was your birthday?

In March.

4 When did her grandfather die?

Last year.

5.How old was he?

About eighty.

6.Where did you go to University?

In London.

7. When did you leave University?

In 1993.

Unit 8 1

J

John

James

Jack

George

July

Josef

Jess

Jenny

Unit 8 2

ə: ə

work

learn

girl

first

nurse

world

third

her

heard

word

Unit 8, 2 b Thursday

Person

University

Germany

Saturday

Journalist

Restaurant

Conversation

Birthday

Journey

Hamburger

Thirtieth

Headway Elementary pronunciation

Side 2 θ ı ə ɛ ʃ ʤ ʧ ŋ ɜ ʒ ɔ υ ⋀ ð ʒ æ

Unit 9, 1 b

Food

Jam

Bun

Onion

Honey

Apple

Mushroom

Cabbage

Carrots

Ham

Butter

Salad

Cucumber

Food. Dialogue

Unit 9, 3 a

Cafe

Unit 9 4 a

Could you..?

9, 4, b

Could you…?

Unit 10 1 a

Общее повторение звуков

I

Hi

It

Hit

Air

Hair

Eight

Hate

Ill

Hill

Earing

Hearing

Unit 10, 3, a

Degrees

3, b

Unit 11 1b

дифтонги

ei

Day

ai

Nine

oi

Boy

Au

Now

Ou

No

ə ɛ

hair

i ə

here

u ə

tour

Unit 11 1 c

A cold nose

Fair hair

A loud shut

A lazy day

A bright light

Noisy boys

A real beard

Unit 11 2 a

N ŋ

fans

fangs

ran

rang

son

sung

ban

bang

ron????

Wrong

Win

Wing

Thin

Thing

Ton

Tongue

Unit 12 1 a

O o: ou

John

George

Joe

1 b

John

John’s from Boston.

He drinks coffee, and plays golf and hockey.

He eats a lot of chocolate.

George.

George is from York.

He drinks water and likes all sports. He talks, and talks and talks.

Joe

Joe comes from Dover.

She loves Coca-cola and her favourite sport is polo.

She smokes a lot.

Unit 12. 2,

U θ ı ə ɛ ʃ ʤ ʧ ŋ ɜ ʒ ɔ υ ⋀ ð ʒ æ

ə

camera

answer

picture

mirror

sister

opera

centre

colour

flavour

actor

jumper

hamburger

tuna

signature

departure

Unit12 3 a

Pres. Cont.

I am going out to buy a newspaper.

They are waiting to see the manager.

My daughter’s studying to become a doctor.

My brother’s going abroad to work.

We are going to the airport to meet some friends.

She’s getting ready to go out with her boyfriend.

U

Unit 13 1 a

E ei

Pen

Pain

Tell

Tail

Wet

Wait

1 b

Main

Let

Get

Sail

Unit 13 2 a

ʃ

Shirt

Dishwasher

Sugrar

Pronunciation

Delicious

Unit 13 2,c

ʃ ʧ

She is

Cheese

Shoes

Choose

Ship

Chip

Wash

Watch

Unit 13, 2 d

A Spanish beach

Some Scottish children

A Frenchman eating cheese

Two Chenese men playing chess.

Sheila catching a fish

An English teacher

A pair of cheep shoes

Unit 13, 3 a

ə

America

Season

Children

Musician

Television

Conversation

Beautiful

National

Intelligent

Nervous

3 b

American

Germen

Mexican

Season

London

Pardon

Children

Listen

Garden

Musician

Optician

Beautician

Television

Decision

Revision

Conversation

Station

Pronunciation

Beautiful

Successful

Careful

National

Arrival

Hospital

Intelligent

Parent

Student

Nervous

Delicious

Unit 15 1 a

Stress

Address

Afternoon

Cassette

Credit card

Dessert

Dictionary

Hotel

Japan

Photographer

Policeman

Post office

Vegetable

Headway old Pre intermediate cas. 2 side 1

Unit 9 , 25

If, I’ll

Unit 9, 27 , a

Travelling

Dialogue Регистрация

27, c

At the railway ticket office Dialogue

Unit 10 31

In a restaurant Dialogues

Unit 10

Cafe

Unit 10

In a bank

Unit 10

Train trip

NEW HEADWAY ElementaryCas. 1, side 1

Unit 1

Названия стран

Personal Information

Unit 1

Indefinite article

Unit 1

Numerals

Teleph. numbers

Unit 1 , 11

Telephone

Прощание

Unit 2

Personal Information

Unit 2

Family

Unit 2

It’s it is

Personal

Greetings

Unit 2

Money

Cafe

Unit 3

Present Indefinite

Unit 3

Time

Unit 3

Working days

Special questions

Unit 4

NEW HEADWAY ElementaryCas. 1, side 2

Tapescript 5

There is,

Вопросы, ответы, предложения

Flat, kitchen

Unit 6, 1

can

Unit6

Was, were

Unit 6

Numerals

Unit 6

Telephone

Tapescript 7

Past Indefinite

ed

Irregular

Tapescript 7

Past Indefinite

Congratulatiobs

NEW HEADWAY Elementary Cas. 2, side 1

Unit 8

Порядковые числит.

даты

Unit 9

Food

Cafe

Unit 9

Like, I’d like

Unit 10

Degrees

NEW HEADWAY Elementary Cas. 2, side 2

Unit 11

Whose..?

Who is

Unit 11

sounds

Unit 11

Shopping

Unit 12

To be going

Unit 13

Train

Unit 13

I’ve been

Unit 14

Present perfect

AMERICAN STREAMLINE

Side 1

Unit 9

There is, there are

Unit 10

Restaurant

Unit 12

Imperative

Unit 15

Train

Unit 17

Customs

Unit 18

one

Unit 21

Present

Continuous

Unit 23

Bookshop

Unit 24

Clothes

Fashion show

Unit 32- 33

Working day

Unit end

Was, were

22

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