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Unit 1 Hi! How are you?

Vocabulary Task

Answers/Script

1. Hello!

Hi, how are you doing?

Pretty good.

2. Hi, how are you?

Fine, thanks.

3. Good morning.

Morning. What’s new?

Not much.

Listening Task

1 First Listening

Answers

4 (at school), 2 (home), 3 (at a reception desk), 1 (in the park)

2 Second Listening

Answers/Script

1. A: Hello!

B: Oh, Hi!

A: It’s a beautiful day!

B: Yeah, a good day for running.

2. A: Hello. I’m home.

B: Hi! How are you?

A: I’m tired. It’s good to be home.

3. A: Good morning.

B: Good morning.

A: I’m Mia Clark. Is Mr. Lee here?

B: Yes, just a moment. Mr. Lee, Ms. Clark is here to see you.

4. A: Hi!

B: Hey. What’s new?

A: Not much. Look, the teacher is coming!

B: We need to go to class.

Real World Listening

1 Predict

2 Get the main ideas

Answers

Good morning.

Hi. How are you?

Hi, Nadia.

Hey, Nadia. How’s it going?

Hello, Ms. Barnes.

Good morning…coffee?

Good morning, Ms. Barnes.

Script

Man-1: Good morning, Nadia!

Nadia: Good morning.

Woman-1: Hi! How are you?

Nadia: Hi! Fine thanks.

Woman-2: Hi, Nadia. How are you doing?

Nadia: Great. I had a great weekend!

Man-2: Hey, Nadia! How’s it going?

Nadia: Morning. Fine. How about you?

Woman-3: Hello, Ms. Barnes. Did you have a good weekend?

Nadia: Yes, it was very good. How about you?

Woman-4: Good morning.

Nadia: Good morning.

Woman-4: Coffee?

Nadia: Sure, thanks… Sorry. Gotta go.

Nadia: Good morning, everyone.

Students: Good morning. Ms. Barnes.


Unit 2 What’s your address?
Vocabulary Task
Answers:
1. 1. Petra Fields
2. 2. 1904 Broadway, San Francisco, CA 94001
3. 3. 554-0912
4. 4. Petra@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/ae8a3913866fb84ae55c8d01.html
5. 5. March 19, 1980
6. 6. Apple Computer
Script
1. 1. A: What is your name?
B: Petra fields.
2. 2. A: And what is your address?
B: 1904 Broadway, San Francisco.
3. 3. A: Okay. What’s your phone number?
B: It’s 554-0912.
4. 4. A: How about e-mail? What is your e-mail address?
B: Petra, P-E-T-R-A, at news dot com.
5. 5. A: Okay. When is your birthday?
B: March 19th, 1980.
6. 6. A: And where do you work?
B: At Apple Computer.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
1. 1. David Gomez
14A Park Street
Seattle, WA 98117
2. 2. Skiers Sports Shop
Scott@http://www.wendangku.net/doc/ae8a3913866fb84ae55c8d01.html
3. 3. Sarah Cahill
912-477-1124
4. 4. 03/14/86 (March 14, 1986)
Hillview High School
2 Second Listening
Answers
1. 1. What’s your name?
2. 2. Where do you work?
3. 3. And your home phone number?
4. 4. Where do you go to school?
Script
1. 1. A: Good morning. Netcom.
B: Uh…Hello. I’d like to get an internet connection.
A: Okay, no problem. What’s your name?
B: My name’s David Gomez.
A: And what’s your address, please?
B: 14A Park Stre

et, Seattle, Washington 98117
2. 2. A: Okay, Scott. Where do you work?
B: I work at Skiers Sports Shop.
A: Oh, I know the place. Now, do you have e-mail?
B: Yes, I do.
A: sometimes the club sends information over the Net. What’s your e-mail address?
B: It’s Scott S-C-O-T-T at mountain dot com.
3. 3. A: I want to sign up for the jazz dance class.
B: Sure. Your name, please?
A: It’s Sarah Cahill. That’s C-A-H-I-L-L.
B: And your home phone number?
A: 933-0160.
B: Do you also have a cell phone or pager number?
A: My cell phone is 912-477-1124.
4. 4. A: Hi. I’d like to join the tennis club for the summer.
B: Okay. Fill in your name, address, telephone number, and so on, here… Let’s see. You forgot to write your date of birth.
A: It’s March 14, 1986.
B: And, where do you go to school?
A: I go to Hillview High School/
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answer
Do you have your card? What’s your name? How do you spell that? And what’s your address? What is your telephone number? Where do you work?
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
Ted Mendrou
27 Red Tree Drive
818-777-0768
NA (He doesn’t work, he’s a student.)
NA (HE doesn’t have a credit card.)
Script
Clerk: Next.
Ted: Yes, I’d like this video.
Clerk: Do you have your card?
Ted: No, I don’t have a card.
Clerk: Okay. I’ll make a card. What’s your name?
Ted: Ted Mendrou.
Clerk: How do you spell that?
Ted: M-E-N-D-R-O-U.
Clerk: And what’s you’re address?
Ted: 27 Red Tree Drive.
Clerk: Red Tree? Is that one word or two?
Ted: It’s two words: Red. Tree.
Clerk: What is your telephone number?
Ted: 777-0768
Clerk: Is that the 818 area code?
Ted: Yep.
Clerk: Where do you work?
Ted: I don’t work. I’m a student.
Clerk: Okay, now I just need a credit card number.
Ted: A credit card?
Clerk: Yes, you know, VISA MasterCard…
Ted: Uh-oh.



Unit 3 What’s in your kitchen?
Vocabulary Task
Answers
A large bathtub (BR), a stove (K), a dresser (BD), an old couch (LR), a bed (BD), a refrigerator (K), a shower (BR), a toilet (BR), a lamp (LR), a small table (BD), a soft chair (LR), a small sink (BR), a big book-case (BD), a TV ( - ), a kitchen sink (K), a table & chairs (K), a coffee table (LR)
Script
In my living room there is an old couch, a soft chair, a table, and a lamp. In my kitchen there is a stove, a sink, and a refrigerator. There’s also a big table and two chairs. My bathroom has a large bathtub, a small sink, a shower, and, of course, a toilet. And my bedroom has a bed, a dresser, a small table, and a lamp. There’s also a big bookcase.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
5. 1. bedroom 3. bathroom
6. 2. kitchen 4. living room
2 Second Listening
Answers
5. 1. This is a pretty big room.
6. 2. It’s nice and sunny.
7. 3. This room is very small.
8. 4. This room is great.
Script
1. 1. This is a pretty big room, I think. The bed is in the corner,

and there’s a small table next to the bed. There’s a lamp on the table. There’s a dresser, too, and two big bookcases.
2. 2. Now, I like this room. It’s nice and sunny. There’s a stove and a small refrigerator. The sink is next to the stove. There is one chair and a small table where you can eat. There’s a small TV on the table.
3. 3. Now, there’s this room. I know, this room is very small, but it’s okay. It has a shower and a toilet. There’s a sink, too, next to the toilet, but, as you can see, no bathtub.
4. 4. Isn’t this a nice room? It’s big. There’s a big old couch and two soft chairs. There’s a table next to the couch. And there’s a lamp on the table. But the best thing is there is a really big TV. This room is great!
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answer
Size of room, furniture, how much it costs, swimming pool.
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
Business hotel: two beds, a bathtub, a couch, a table
Ritz Hotel: two beds, a bathtub, a shower, a couch, a table, chairs, refrigerator, TV, pool
Script
Alan: I looked on the Internet today and I think I found a hotel for us.
Bob: Oh, yeah? Me, too. What does yours have?
Alan: Well, it’s a business hotel. The room has two beds. And, of course, a bathroom. The bathroom has a bathtub, but no shower.
Bob: That’s it?
Alan: Well, in the picture it looks like there’s also a couch and table.
Bob: Two beds, a couch, a table and no shower. Okay. Want to hear about my hotel?
Alan: All right, but I –
Bob: It’s the Ritz Hotel. It looks great! The room is really two rooms: a bedroom with two really big beds and a living room with a couch, a table and chairs. There is a bath room with a shower and a big bathtub. And listen to this. You also get a refrigerator and a big-screen TV!
Alan: Sounds expensive.
Bob: Wait. There’s even a health club with a pool!
Alan: How much?
Bob: Only 450 a night.
Alan: $450 a night. What!?


Unit 4 T-shirts and jeans
Vocabulary Task
Answers/script
Miguel is wearing a blue T-shirt, jeans, socks, sneakers, and a red hat.
Lydia is wearing a yellow dress, a green sweater, and brown shoes.
Ricardo is wearing a black suit, a white shirt, and a light brown coat.
Yasu is wearing green shorts, a blue sweatshirt, and sneakers.
Trudi is wearing a blue swimming suit and a yellow jacket.
Jennifer is wearing a blue jacket, black pants, and black shoes.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
7. 1. Lisa has a new job (at a bank).
8. 2. Erin is going to a party.
9. 3. Jeff wants to swim and run after work.
10. 4. Colin works at a hotel. He is a waiter.
Script
1. 1. Lisa has a new job at a bank. In Lisa’s bag there are two dresses, a blue suit, a brown coat, and some shoes. She has a big bag!
2. 2. In Erin’s bag there is a red party dress, red shoes, and a black coat. They’re for a big party!
3. 3. Jeff wants to swim and run after work. In Jeff’s bag is a blue swimmi

ng suit. He also has socks, sneakers, and green shorts. He bought two yellow T-shirts, too.
4. 4. Colin works at a big hotel. He’s a waiter. In his bag are two black suits, four white shirts, and some black shoes.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answer
They’ll take everything except the running shorts.
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
A ski jacket, 2 sweaters (a blue one and a yellow and green one), ski boots, a pair of gloves, a (yellow and black) ski hat, a (blue) swimming suit, a (white) bathrobe, a (black) suit, a white shirt, a (red) tie, an extra pair of jeans, a few shirts
Script
Susan: Come on, David. Let’s get ready for the ski trip.
David: Already?
Susan: What do you mean “already”? We’re leaving tomorrow morning.
David: Oh. Well. I don’t need to get ready. I can just take a few things, you know, a ski jacket, a sweater, my ski boots. I don’t need much.
Susan: you need more than that. How about gloves?
David: Oh, yeah. I guess I need a pair of gloves.
Susan: Right. And how about a hat? You’ve got a great yellow and black ski hat. Take that.
David: Oh, right. Okay. Where is my hat? Great. I found it. And here are my black gloves. Ahhh…here’s my blue sweater. I’ll take this too. Susan, where’s my yellow and green ski sweater?
Susan: I thought you only needed one sweater.
David: Well, yeah, but…It’s always good to have two. Let’s see. What else? Maybe I’ll take this…
Susan: David, our hotel has a spa and a swimming pool. Take a swimming suit. Your blue one.
David: Right, right. My blue swimming suit. Then, of course. I need to take my white bathrobe. Okay. I think I’m ready…Wait, I guess I’ll take my black suit, too. And this white shirt and my red tie. So we can go out at night.
Susan: I thought you only needed a ski jacket, a sweater, and a pair of ski boots…
David: no, actually, what I need is a bigger suitcase. I think I’ll take an extra pair of jeans, and maybe a few more shirts…
Susan: David!



Unit 5 Where are you from?
Vocabulary Task
Answers
Colombian, Korean, French, Brazilian, Japanese, American, English, Thai
Script
Here is our music club. There are members from all over the world!
First is Carlos. He’s Colombian. He’s from Bogota, Colombia.
Second is Sang-kai. He’s Korean. He’s from Seoul, Korea.
Third is Michael. He’s French. He’s from Nice, France.
Fourth is Maria. She’s from Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Next is Michiko. She is Japanese. She’s from Osaka, Japan.
Then Jackie. She’s American. She’s from Miami, Florida.
And Jonathan. He’s British. He’s from Cornwall, England.
And last is Sunt. He’s Thai. He’s from Bangkok, in Thailand.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
11. 1. Australia 2. Spain 3. China 4. India
2 Second Listening
Answers
9. 1. Liz (Walker) 3. Yu-an (Lee)
10. 2. Carlos (Fernandez) 4. Purni
Script
A: Is everyone ready?

Please come up when I call your number…Number 1.
1: My name is Liz Walker. L-I-Z.
A: Are you British?
1: No. No, I’m Australian. I’m from Sydney, Australia, but I live in the United Stated.
A: Number 2.
2: My name is Carlos Fernandez.
A: Carlos?
2: Yes. Carlos. C-A-R-L-O-S. I’m Spanish. I’m from Barcelona, Spain.
A: Number 3.
3: My name is Yu-an Lee. That’s Y-U-A-N.
A: Okay. And, Yuan, where are you from?
3: I’m Chinese. I’m from Shanghai, China.
A: Number 4.
4: my name is Purni.
A: Perdi?
4: No. Purni. P-U-R-N-I. I’m Indian. I’m from New Delhi, India.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answer
They met at a youth hostel.
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
They are at a youth hostel in London.
Robert is from San Francisco, California.
Miguel is from Bogota, Colombia.
Keiko is from Japan, but she lives in Paris. She works there.
She wants to do something fun.
Silvia is from a small town near Venice, Italy.
Script
Robert: Hi, I’m Robert. How’s it going?
Miguel: Hi. My name’s Miguel. Sorry, I didn’t catch your name.
Robert: It’s Robert. I’m from San Francisco, in the U.S. Nice to meet you – Miguel.
Miguel: Nice to meet you, too.
Robert: Is this your first day here?
Miguel: Yes. I just got to London today.
Robert: Where are you from?
Miguel: I’m Colombian. From Bogota, Colombia.
Keiko: Hi. Can I sit here?
Robert: Hello. Sure. There’s plenty of room. I’m Robert.
Keiko: Hi. My name’s Keiko. Where are you from, Robert?
Robert: Hi. Keiko. I’m from California. And you…? Are you from Japan?
Keiko: Yes, I’m from Osaka, originally. Now I live in Paris.
Robert: Really? What do you do there?
Keiko: I work for a high-tech company. I’m so glad to be away from work.
Robert: Right.
Keiko: Do you have any ideas on fun things to do here in London?
Robert: Yeah. Let me get my guidebook. And my map. I’ll be right back.
Silvia: Hello. I’m Silvia. Do any of you know what time it is?
Miguel: It’s 6:15. I think dinner is at 7:00. have a seat.
Silvia: Thank you.
Miguel: I’m Miguel. I’m from Colombia. And this is Keiko, from Japan. Where’re you from, Silvia?
Silvia: I’m from Italy. From a small town near Venice. Have you been to Italy?
Miguel: No, but I’d love to go. I like Italian food. And, Italian cars.


Unit 6 Curly or straight?
Vocabulary Task
Answers/script
7. 1. Carl is tall.
He has short, wavy, blond hair.
8. 2. Yumi is thin.
She is also short.
9. 3. Ana is pretty.
She has long, straight, black hair.
10. 4. Andrew is handsome.
He’s a little heavy.
He has curly brown hair.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
3, 1, x, 2, x, 4
2 Second Listening
Answers
Script
1. 1. A: I can’t find your sister.
B: She’s tall. She’s very tall. She has long brown hair. She likes to wear jeans and a sweatshirt.
A: Oh, I see her.
2. 2. A: Tell me again what your brother looks like.
B: He’s kind of short. H

e has black curly hair. He likes to wear T-shirts with pictures on them.
A: I think I see him.
3. 3. A: Is that your son, there?
B: No, my son is tall. He has short brown hair. His hair is straight. And he’s a little heavy.
A: Let me look again.
4. 4. A: I think I see your wife now.
B: She’s short. She has short, wavy, blond hair. She is thin and…
A: Kind of pretty?
B: Well, yeah, I guess so.
A: Yeah, I see her.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
Before: fat, long, brown, curly (hair)
After: thin, short, straight, blond (hair)
Script
K: Hello?
L: Hi, Karen. This is Lisa.
K: Wow! How are you? Where are you?
L: I am at home. I just got back last night. From Hawaii.
K: So how was it? Tell me.
L: It was so great. Great. You should see me. The new me.
K: What do you mean “the new me”? What did you do?
L: Well remember my hair?
K: Yeah…
L: It was brown.
K: Yeah…And long and curly.
L: Well, now it’s blond. And…
K: Let me guess. It’s short?
L: Yeah. It looks so great. It’s short and it’s straight. And so blond!
K: Blond, short, and straight? Wow! I can’t wait to see you!
L: And, there’s?? more. I walked and jogged every day. And I went swimming a lot. So good-bye, fat. No more fat. Now I’m thin.
K: Thin and short, straight hair? I won’t know you.
L: Wait. There’s more. A surprise.
K: Can you come over now?
L: Sure, I’ll run over right now.


Unit 7 Who’s that?
Vocabulary Task
Answers
11. 1. Carlos: grandfather, husband, father
Teresa: grandmother, wife, mother
Kurt: father, son, husband
Maria: mother, daughter, wife
12. 2. Thomas: (older) brother, son, nephew
Anna: sister, daughter, niece
Marta: aunt, wife
Robert: uncle, husband
Gabriella: aunt, wife
Script
1. 1. My grandfather’s name is Carlos. My grandmother is next to him. Her name is Teresa. My father is next to her. His name is Kurt. My mother’s name is Maria.
2. 2. my older brother’s name is Thomas. My sister is next to him. Her name is Anna. My aunt next to her is my aunt Marta. Her husband is my Uncle Robert.
3. 3. My other uncle is Uncle Pedro. His wife is my aunt Gabriella.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
Answers may vary, but should include:
12. 1. brother, (younger) sister
13. 2. grandmother, grandfather, grandparents, younger sister
14. 3. mother, father, son
15. 4. wife, son, daughter, mother, family
2 Second Listening
Answers
1. my brother Marco 3. looks like father
2. my younger sister 4. looks like mother
Script
1. 1. A: Oh, is this your brother and sister?
B: Yeah, that’s my brother, Marco. And that’s my younger sister, Sarah. And of course that’s me in the middle.
A: I can see that!
2. 2. A: These are my grandparents. My grandmother, she’s 81. but my grandfather, he’s even older, he’s 84.
B: Wow! But they look so young!
A: I know, don’ they?
B

: And who is this?
A: Oh, that’s my younger sister, and that’s our dog next to her. A golden retriever. His name’s Clarence.
3. 3. A: Is that your mother and father?
B: Yeah, and that’s me, of course. Before I got my hair cut short.
A: You look just like your father!
B: Yep. I’m definitely his son!
4. 4. A: This is my wife, my son, and my daughter. We’re at a hotel in Hawaii.
B: You have a nice family. Your daughter. Looks like her mother.
A: Yes, everyone says that.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
Top row, left to right: mother, grandmother, stepsister, sister
Second row, left to right: stepfather, stepbrother, brother
Script
Tony: Well, I brought some photos of my family with me. I want to show them to you.
Friend: Wow, you brought lots of photos. Great!
Tony: here’s the first one.
Friend: Let me see. Oh, what a nice family. Is she your mother?
Tony: Yes, she’s my mother.
Friend: And who’s in the second picture?
Tony: Oh, this is my grandmother.
Friend: Does she live with you?
Tony: Yep. She lives with us.
Friend: How about in this picture? Who are the girls?
Tony: Well, the one on the right is Carla – she’s my sister.
Friend: And the one on the left is who?
Tony: Um, that’s Ellen. She’s also my… sister.
Friend: Oh?
Tony: And in this picture, this is Lenny and Marty. They’re my brothers.
Friend: Wait a minute. How many brothers and sisters do you have?
Tony: Well, it’s a little hard to follow, but I’ll explain. This is my mother. And this is my mother’s husband Evan.
Friend: that’s your father.
Tony: No, he’s not my father. My mother and father are divorced. And, Evan is also divorced.
Friend: Okay.
Tony: And he married my mother last year. He has two children, also, one boy and one girl. Marty and Ellen. So, actually, Marty is my stepbrother and Ellen is my stepsister.
Friend: Stepbrother and stepsister?
Tony: Yeah. That means my mother isn’t their mother, but my mother is married to their father.
Friend: Oh, it’s a little hard to follow.
Tony: Well, it really doesn’t matter now. We all just live together and we’re a family.





Unit 8 where are we going?
Vocabulary Task
Answers/Script
The post office is next to the First National Bank.
The bank is between Broadway Bookstore and First Aid drugstore.
Antonio’s Restaurant is across from the library.
Sherwood hospital is on the corner. It is next to Apple Tree Flower Shop.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
1. 1. post office 3. bank
2. 2. hospital 4. library
2 First Listening
Answers
1. 1. It’s on the corner, next to the bank.
2. 2. It’s between the drugstore and the police station.
3. 3. It’s down the street.
4. 4. It’s on the corner, next to Adam’s shoe store.
Script
1. 1. A: Excuse me, where’s the post office?
B: The post office? It’s on the corner, next to the bank.
A: Th

anks.
2. 2. A: How can I get to a hospital?
B: A hospital?
A: Yes, I need to find a hospital fast.
B: Well, there’s a hospital on Main Street between the drug store and the police station.
A: On Main Street? Thanks.
3. 3. A: Whoops! I need to get some money.
B: Well, there’s a bank down this street, or an ATM machine in the hotel.
A: Let’s go to the bank. It’s closer, right?
4. 4. A: Can you tell me how to get to the library?
B: Sure, the library is easy to get to from here. Go down the street and turn left. It’s on the corner, next to Adam’s shoe store.
Real World Listening
1 predict
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
Go down this street. You will see the International Hotel of Kyoto. Across from the hotel is Nijo Castle. Also, NHK radio station is next to Nijo Castle. Nijo Castle is between the radio station and the International Hotel.
Script
Michael: Well, what do you want to do first?
Colette: I know. Let’s go to Nijo Castle.
Michael: Nijo Castle? Okay. Can you ask someone for directions?
Colette: Okay. Here goes. Excuse me…we’re trying to find…
Man: Sorry, sorry, I don’t speak English.
Colette: Oh…Excuse me…where is Nijo Castle?
Woman#1: Nijo Castle?
Michael: Thank you.
Colette: Did you understand that?
Michael: No, I didn’t understand that. Let’s see if we can find another tourist.
Colette: There’s someone. With a map. On the corner. See?
Michael: Let’s go. Excuse me, can you help us? We want to go to Nijo Castle.
Woman#2: Oh, I’ve been there. Okay, go down this street. There is the international Hotel of Kyoto. Across from the hotel is Nijo Castle. Also, NHK radio station is next to Nijo Castle. Nijo Castle is between the NHK radio station and the International Hotel.
Both: Great. Thanks for you help.
Real World Speaking
Answers/Script:
5. 5. A: Excuse me. Where is the post office?
B: It’s on Green Street, across from McDonalds.
A: Did you say across from McDonalds?
B: Yes, that’s right.
6. 6. A: Where is the Grand Hotel?
B: The Grand hotel? I think it’s on River Drive next to the Marriott.
A: Could you repeat that, please?
7. 7. A: Can you tell me where a bank is?
B: There’s a bank on Lakeshore Drive between a big bookstore and a jewelry store. You can’t miss it.
A: Sorry. Please say that again more slowly.



Unit 9 It’s a great job
Vocabulary Task
Answers/Script
4. 1. Phillippe is a courier. He rides his bicycle all day. He delivers packages.
5. 2. Marta is a ski instructor. She teaches people how to ski.
6. 3. Ryan is a math teacher. He teaches geometry to high school students.
7. 4. Yan-woo is a bus driver. He drives a tour bus.
8. 5. Gabriella is a computer programmer. She writes software for children.
9. 6. Yoshi is a photographer. He takes photos for a newspaper.
10. 7. Ana is a flight attendant. She works for an international airline.
11. 8. Carlo

s is a hotel clerk. He works at the front desk of a major hotel.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
4 (computer programmer), 2 (flight attendant), 3 (courier), 1 (dog walker)
2 Second Listening
Answers
1. 1. it’s fun
2. 2. gets to travel a lot; loves to fly; meets a lot of people
3. 3. goes fast when the cars move slowly
4. 4. likes to work on software
Script
1. 1. My job is very fun because I go to the park every day. There are four dogs I walk. Two dogs are big and black, one dog is small and white, and one is small and brown.
2. 2. My job is the best. I get to travel a lot. I love to fly. And I meet a lot of nice people.
3. 3. My job is dangerous. Sometimes cars don’t stop for me… But on my bicycle I can move in traffic very quickly. I like to go fast when the cars just move slowly.
4. 4. I like my job. I like to work on software. But sometimes I get tired of sitting at a computer all day.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
1. 1. T
2. 2. F (He knows how to use a computer and send faxes.)
3. 3. F (He knows how to swim.)
4. 4. T
5. 5. T
6. 6. F (He can’t work on Sundays.)
7. 7. T
Script
Interviewer: Good morning. Are you Daniel Rodriguez?
Daniel: Yes, I am.
Interviewer: How are you today?
Daniel: Fine, thanks.
Interviewer: I understand you want to get a job here at the hotel.
Daniel: Yes, I do.
Interviewer: Well, tell me a little about yourself. First, what languages do you speak?
Daniel: I can speak English, and of course Spanish. And a little Japanese.
Interviewer: Can you work at the front desk? Use a computer? Send faxes, e-mail and so on?
Daniel: Sure, I can use a computer. I can do all that.
Interviewer: Okay. Let’s see. There are a lot of other jobs here at the hotel, so I need to find out what else you can do. Can you swim? We have a swimming pool here.
Daniel: Yes, I can swim.
Interviewer: We have four restaurants. And one coffee shop. Can you wait tables?
Daniel: Yeah, I worked as a waiter at a restaurant last year.
Interviewer: Can you cook?
Daniel: Um, no, I can’t cook.
Interviewer: Are you strong? Can you carry heavy suitcases?
Daniel: I think so.
Interviewer: How about weekends? That’s our busiest time. Can you work on weekends?
Daniel: Uh, I can work Saturdays, but not Sundays.
Interviewer: Hmm. I see. Now the most important question is: Do you like working with people? At a hotel, you work with people al day.
Daniel: yeah, I can work with a lot of people. I came from a big family.
Interviewer: Well, Daniel. Thank you for coming in today. I’ll give you a call in a few days.
Daniel: Thank you. Good-bye.
Interviewer: Good-bye.



Unit 10 My week
Vocabulary Task
Answers
Play tennis Tuesday evenings
Clean my room Saturday mornings
Go to the park Saturday afternoons
Go to work Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Go to school Tuesday and Thursday
Watch TV Monday, Wednesday

and Thursday evenings
Go to the movies Sunday
Eat dinner with friends Friday evenings
Script
On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, I work at SnoCo Web Design.
On Tuesday and Thursday I have classes. I go to school at Simmons College.
Tuesday evening, I play tennis at Golden Racket Club.
Most evenings, I stay at home and watch TV.
On Friday, I usually eat dinner with friends.
I always clean my apartment on Saturday morning.
On Saturday afternoon, I sometimes go to the park.
On Sunday afternoon, I often go to the movies.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
16. 1. She teaches on Tuesday and Thursday.
17. 2. She doesn’t have class on Wednesday morning.
18. 3. He sleeps late on Saturday morning.
19. 4. He goes to the park with his friends on Sunday.
2 Second Listening
Answers
5. 1. It’s a fun job.
6. 2. We usually drink coffee and just talk.
7. 3. I rarely get up before 10 or 11 o’clock.
8. 4. It’s a good place to relax.
Script
5. 1. A: Are you free in the afternoon? ?
B: Hmm. Not on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. I go to work. I teach swimming. I like to swim, so it’s a fun job. ?
6. 2. A: Do you have class every day?
B: No. On Wednesday morning, I don’t have any classes. I often meet my friends then. We usually drink coffee and just talk.
7. 3. A: Are you busy Saturday morning?
B: Well, on Saturday morning I always sleep late. Very late. I usually wake up at 6 o’clock for work, so on Saturday morning I rarely get up before 10 or 11 o’clock.
8. 4. A: What do you do on Sunday?
B: Well, on Sunday I usually go to the park with my friends. Sometimes we eat lunch there. We often bring a soccer ball. It’s a good place to relax.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answer
Friday evening
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
Celia is busy: every morning (she’s at school), three nights a week (working at Cesar’s), Friday evening (she goes to Silver Gym)
Laura is busy: Tuesday and Thursday (she works at the mall), Monday, Wednesday, Friday (she works at KPFA, a radio station), Monday and Wednesday nights (she has dance class), Saturday (she usually goes to Silver Gym)
Script
Celia: Hey, Laura! How’s it going?
Laura: Oh, Celia, hi! I’m doing fine. What are you up to?
Celia: School and work, mostly. I go to school in the morning. And I work three nights a week at Cesar’s…you know, the new Italian restaurant downtown. How about you?
Laura: Right now, I have two jobs. On Tuesday and Thursday I work at the mall.
Celia: Uh-huh.
Laura: And on Monday, Wednesday and Friday I work for DPFA, the radio station.
Celia: Oh, interesting.
Celia: It’s so good to see you. Let’s get together some night.
Laura: Sure.
Celia: How about Monday night?
Laura: Oh, I can’t on Monday night. I have dance class. How about Tuesday?
Celia: Oh, Tuesday I work in the evening. But how about Wednesday or Thursday?
Laura: Mmm…Wednesday I have m

y dance class again, and Thursday evening I work at the mall. Friday?
Celia: Actually, every Friday evening I go to my health club. Usually, I swim or lift weights or…
Laura: Where do you go?
Celia: I go to Silver Gym on East Main Street…
Laura: You’re kidding! I go to Silver Gym, too. I seldom go to Friday, though. I usually go on Saturday.
Celia: Well, do you want to go this Friday night? About 6 o’clock? We can exercise, and then go to dinner or something.
Laura: Sure. Sounds good. See you then.



Unit 11 Have a nice trip!
Vocabulary Task
Answers/Script
1. 1. A: How are you going from New York to Los Angeles?
B: By plane, of course.
2. 2. A: Are you walking to school today?
B: No, I’m going by bicycle.
3. 3. A: Are you buying a one-way or round-trip ticket?
B: Just one way.
4. 4. A: How do you get to the station so fast?
B: I use my in-line skates.
5. 5. A: It’s 9:00. the bus is late again.
B: Let’s take a taxi.
6. 6. A: Where does the train to Liverpool leave from?
B: It departs from Track E.
7. 7. A: Good luck. And have a nice trip.
B: Thanks! I’ll miss you.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
20. 1. school 3. Bali
21. 2. Singapore 4. Shanghai
2 Second Listening
Answers
9. 1. He’s going by car.
10. 2. His plane leaves in an hour.
11. 3. She wants to go to Bali by ship.
12. 4. She needs to buy a train ticket.
Script
1. A: I’m leaving for school tomorrow.
B: How are you getting there?
A: I’m driving. I have to go by car. I have so many things – my computer, my clothes, my books.
B: Have a nice trip!
A: Thanks.
2. A: Wake up! Wake up! It’s late! Your plane to Singapore leaves in about one hour!
B: Hmmm. What? Singapore?
A: You need to get to the airport. Your flight leaves at 9:30. Come on!
3. A: I want to go to Bali by ship.
B: Why? That’s crazy. A ship’s too slow. Fly.
A: A plane is too fast. I want to relax on a ship for a few days.
B: Well, have a nice slow trip.
A: Thanks, I’ll miss you.
4. A: I’d like a train ticket from Beijing to Shanghai.
B: Do you want a round-trip ticket or a one-way ticket?
A: Round trip, please. Oh, when’s the next train?
B: The next train departs at 9:45 from Track 3.
A: Wow! That’s in only five minutes. I need to hurry.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answer
In-line- skates, bicycle, kayak (other: pedal boat)
2 Get the main ideas
Answer
Started in England.
1. 1. Traveled by pedal boat. 111 days. Miami to San Francisco.
2. 2. Traveled by in-line skated. 12 months.
3. 3. San Francisco to Hawaii. Traveled by pedal boat. 53 days.
4. 4. Hawaii to Australia. Will travel by pedal boat.
5. 5. Across Australia. Will travel by bicycle.
6. 6. Australia to Indonesia/Malaysia. Will travel by kayak. (lower left box)
7. 7. Thailand, China, India, back to Europe/England. Will travel by

bicycle.(top left box)
Script
Interviewer: Jason, could you tell us about your round-the-world trip?
Jason: Sure. I started in England about five years ago, in a special boat.
Interviewer: A special boat? What do you mean?
Jason: It’s a pedal boat. I’m trying to go around the world just using human power.
Interviewer: Ah-hah. Human power? What do you mean, just human power?
Jason: Human power is just the power of myself. No wind and no motors.
Interviewer: Wow. That’s interesting. Where did you start?
Jason: I started in England and I pedaled across the Atlantic Ocean to the U.S. in 111 days. And then I in-line skated across the United States. To San Francisco.
Interviewer: That’s a long way. How long did that take?
Jason: Well, I thought it was only going to take three months, but it ended up taking a year.
Interviewer: And now we’re here in Hawaii.
Jason: Right.
Interviewer: How did you get to Hawaii?
Jason: Well, I pedaled the boat from San Francisco to Hawaii in 53 days.
Interviewer: That’s a long time. And what are your plans from here? I’m going to pedal the boat from Hawaii to Australia. And then bicycle through Australia, kayak up through Indonesia to Malaysia, and then use a bicycle up through Thailand, China, India, and all the way back through Europe, back to my starting point in England.
Interviewer: Wow! And how long do you think that will take?
Jason: Probably another four years.
Interviewer: Well, it’s been a pleasure meeting you, Jason. And I wish you good luck on the rest of your trip.
Jason: Thank you.



Unit 12 Not enough money
Vocabulary Task
Answers/Script
1. 1. I’m saving money so that I can go to Europe.
2. 2. I can’t afford to buy the clothes I really like.
3. 3. The prices in this shop are way too high.
4. 4. We spend too much money every month.
5. 5. We need to make a budget.
6. 6. How much does this car cost?
7. 7. I earn a lot of money in my new job at the TV station.
8. 8. How much is the rent for this apartment?
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
22. 1. to buy concert tickets
23. 2. to buy a new car
24. 3. for rent (for an apartment)
25. 4. to buy a jacket
2 Second Listening
Answers
13. 1. $80
14. 2. $23,000
15. 3. $900 a month
16. 4. 600 Hong Kong dollars or about 100 US dollars
Script
1. A: I need to earn some money fast. I want to get tickets for the Deep Fish concert next month.
B: Me, too. But I don’t have any money saved up.
A: Hmm. Dad, can we borrow 80 dollars? Dad: What?
2. A: We need to get a car this year. I like this Toyota, but it’s $23.000.
B: Ahhh. We need to save some money.
A: I don’t know what to cut down on. We need to make a budget.
3. A: Did you find a new
B: Yeah, but I can’t afford to live there. The rent is too high.
A: How much is it?
B: It’s $900 a month. I need a higher salary to live there.
4. A: This is a great jacket,

but look at the price! It’s way too expensive. $600!
B: No, wait. It’s pretty reasonable. You’re thinking in US dollars, not Hong Kong dollars. It’s only about 100 US dollars.
A: You’re right.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
A bagel & coffee: $2.75
A train ticket: $3.50
Lunch: $6.00
A movie ticket: $7.50
Popcorn & drink: $4.50 ($3.00 popcorn) +
$1.50 (medium drink)
Taxi ride: $8.00 (fare)
Note: Sarah gives him a 10-dollar bill and says, “Thanks. Good night.” We can infer that she gave him a $2.00 tip. However, accept either $8.00 or $10.00
Total = $32.25 ($8.00 fare) or $34.25 ($10.00 fare)
Script
Sarah: Good morning. I’d like a large coffee and a bagel.
Clerk: That’ll be $2.75
***
Sarah: Let’s see. The fare to downtown is $3.50. can I have one ticket to downtown?
Clerk: That’s $3.50
***
Sarah: Hmm. The lunch special today is pizza with a small salad and a drink for $6.00. I think I’ll get that.
Friend: That’s a good deal. $6.00. I’ll get that, too.
***
Sarah: I’d like a ticket for the 8’oclock show.
Clerk: That’s $7.50
***
Sarah: Let’s get something to eat during the movie. I didn’t eat dinner. Hmm. What do they have? Hmm. A small popcorn is $3.00 and a medium drink is $1.50. I guess I want that.
***
Sarah: Let’s take a taxi home. It’s so late…and I’m so tired. Taxi!
Sarah: Please let us off at 56th and Broadway.
Driver: Sure. ***
Driver: Here you go.
Sarah: How much is the fare?
Driver: It’s $8.00
Sarah: Here’s a ten. Thanks. Goodnight.



Unit 13 Always on time!
Vocabulary Task
Answers
6:15 gets up
6:30 takes a shower
7:20 catches the bus
8:15 has a class
12:30 eats lunch
3:00 goes to work
5:30 takes a break
11:00 goes to bed
Script
Jamal gets up at 6:15. After he takes a shower, at about 6:30, he gets dressed. He catches the 7:20 bus to the university. His first class starts at 8:15. he has a busy morning. At 12:30 he eats lunch, then studies. At 3 o’clock he goes to work at a music store. He takes a break at 5:30, then works a few more hours. Then he usually goes home and goes to bed at around 11 o’clock.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
26. 1. work, going out with friends
27. 2. getting up for work
28. 3. eating lunch (at the park)
29. 4. going to school, working at a restaurant
2 Second Listening
Answers
17. 1. from 9:00 until 6:00 3. around one o’clock
18. 2. at 5:30 4. from 2:30 until 11:00
Script
1. A: When do you work?
B: I work from 9 until 6. After I finish work at 6 o’clock, I usually do something fun with my friends.
2. A: What time do you get up?
B: Ahh, I get up very early. I get up at 5:30 for work. Sometimes it’s still dark. I don’t like to get up so early in the morning.
3. A: What time do you eat lunch?
B: I usually eat around 1 o’clock. In warm weather, I like to eat at the park near my office.
4. A: Are you fr

ee on Friday?
B: No, Fridays are busy for me. I go to school in the morning. Then at 2:30 I start work at a restaurant. I usually work until 11 o’clock at night.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answer
Emma, her doctor, Todd, her mother, and Robert called her.
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
1. 1. Emma. Two tickets for the concert. Meet at 7:30, main door (Warfield Music Hall)
2. 2. Doctor’s office. Appointment on Tuesday changed to 3:30. (Call if can’t come.)
3. 3. Todd. At park, 4:30 now. leaving.
4. 4. Julie’s mother. Dinner at 5:00 on Sunday.
5. 5. Robert. Meet at airport at 2:10 Monday. (Call if can’t meet.)
Script
Message 1 (beep): Hi. This is Emma. Guess what? I got two tickets for the concert. Meet me at 7:30 at the Warfield Music Hall. At the main door at 7:30. Okay?
Message 2 (beep): This is Dr. Davis’s office. Your appointment on Tuesday was for 3:00. it’s been changed to 3:30. please call the office if you can’t come at 3:30.
Message 3 (beep): This is Todd. Where are you Julie? You said to meet you at the park at 4 o’clock. It’s 4:30 now. where are you? I’m leaving.
Message 4 (beep): Julie? This is your mother. The whole family is coming to dinner on Sunday at 5 o’clock. That’s 5 o’clock. Don’t be late.
Message 5 (beep): Hi: this is Robert. My flight arrives on Monday at 2:10 in the afternoon. Please meet me at the airport. Call me if you can’t meet me, okay? Bye.



Unit 14 It’s so cold!
Vocabulary Task
Answers/Script
In Honolulu, it’s sunny, warm, and comfortable.
In Manila, it is cloudy today. There is some drizzle, but it is not very rainy.
In Aspen, Colorado, it’s snowy. The sky is clear.
There are no clouds. It looks cold.
In Sao Paulo, there is a storm. It is rainy and windy. There is thunder and lightning.
In Jakarta, it’s hot. The temperature on the thermometer is 34℃
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
30. 1. wind, thunder, lightning
31. 2. weather, warm, jacket
32. 3. snow, night, skiing
33. 4. raining, wet, clouds, sunny
2 Second Listening
Answers
19. 1. T
20. 2. F. The thermometer says 28℃. It’s warm out.
21. 3. T
22. 4. F The weather forecast said it would. (Note: weather forecasts can be wrong, but the forecast said it would rain.)
Script
1. A: Wow! Can you hear the wind?
B: Yeah, listen to that rain!
A: And, the thunder and lightning. This is a bad storm.
2. A: What’s the weather like today? Do I need a jacket?
B: I think it’s warm out. Let me check the temperature. The thermometer says 28℃.
A: Great! I don’t ned a jacket.
3. A: Look! It’s snowing. It’s snowing hard.
B: I love snow. I hope it snows all night.
A: Yeah, then we can go skiing.
4. A: Do you have an umbrella? I don’t want to get wet.
B: What? It’s not raining. The sky is clear. There are no clouds.
A: It’s sunny now, but it is going to rain later this afternoon. I heard it on

the news.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
Mexico today: warm, sunny, great, nice breeze, the weather’s perfect, beautiful
Mexico tomorrow: hurricane, strong winds, heavy rain
Canada today: Terrible, cold, rained in the morning, getting colder
Canada tomorrow: snow, big storm
Script
Mark: Hi, Paul. It’s me.
Paul: Hi, Mark How’s your trip?
Mark: Great. I’m having a great time. The weather is perfect. Every day is warm, sunny, great. I sleep late, go to the beach. How’s it there?
Paul: Well, it’s terrible, actually. It’s cold and it rained this morning. It’s getting colder. It’s supposed to snow tomorrow. A big storm.
Mark: Too bad! You should be here with me.
Paul: I don’t know. Maybe.
Mark: What do you mean, maybe?
Paul: Did you hear the weather report today?
Mark: No, why?
Paul: You need to. So you can get ready.
Mark: Ready for what?
Paul: Ready for the hurricane.
Mark: Hurricane?
Paul: Yeah, I saw it on TV this morning. A hurricane is coming. There will be lots of strong winds tomorrow, and heavy rain. It’s a big hurricane, and it’s coming up the coast of Mexico.
Mark: Hurricane? I can’t believe it. Well, today is sunny and warm. And that’s all I care about. Nice breeze. Beautiful weather. I’m going to the beach. I’ll worry about the hurricane later.
Paul: Okay. I’ll talk to you later. But be careful.
Mark: I’ll can you tomorrow. Bye.




Unit 15 What do you want to do?
Vocabulary Task
Answers/ Script
1. f Let’s go for a walk in the park.
2. h Let’s go see the new Fantasia. I heard it’s a great movie.
3. g I want to go shopping because I need some new jeans.
4. e Let’s go windsurfing at Kailua Beach.
5. c I’d like to see the Monet exhibit at the art museum.
6. d If it stops raining, we can play tennis.
7. a Time to party! Let’s go dancing tonight.
8. b Do you want to try my new 3-D space travel computer game?
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
34. 1. see a movie
35. 2. go to a baseball game
36. 3. play computer games
37. 4. play tennis
2 Second Listening
Answers
23. 1. at 9:30 at night 3. tomorrow
24. 2. Saturday afternoon 4. Sunday
Script
1. A: Do you want to see a movie tonight?
B: Sure. What time?
A: There’s a show at 7:10 and at 9:30.
B: Let’s go to the 9:30 show. I work until 7 o’clock tonight.
2. A: Are you free on Saturday?
B: I’m free in the afternoon.
A: Do you want to go to the baseball game? I have two tickets.
B: Sure, sounds good.
3. A: Can you come over tomorrow?
B: What’s up?
A: I have two new computer games I want you to try.
B: Two new computer games? Sure, I’ll come.
4. A: Do you want to go to the art museum on Sunday?
B: I don’t like art museums.
A: Do you want to play tennis instead?
B: Yeah, that sounds good. I’ll see you Sunday.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
Rio: fu

n at night, dancing
Hawaii: outdoor activities, many different activities, beach fun, swimming
Manila: outdoor activities, fun at night, many different activities, beach fun, shopping.

Script
Agent: Well, I have three trips you might like. I’ll tell you about each of them.
Trip #1 is in Hawaii. (Mmm.) For one week. It is an outdoors trip. You hike, you swim, you windsurf. (Uh-huh.) You can scuba dive. You can just walk at the beach. Every day there is something different. This is a great trip for people who like to do many things. ( Okay.)
Trip #2 is a little bit different. It is called the Night Tour Holiday. It’s fro 5 days in Rio. (Mmm.) You don’t do much in the daytime. You sleep. You sleep in the day and have fun at night. (Ooh!) You go to a new club every night. You hear great music. You dance. You meet a lot of fun people (Ah-hah.) You relax and have fun. It’s a five-day party. (Great!)
Trip #3 is also interesting. It’s to Manila for one museums, you go shopping. The shopping is good. You go to beaches near Manila. ;you go hiking in the mountains. And at night you can hear music, go to good restaurants, and walk around.
Maggie: They all sound good. I don’t know. Let me think about the three trips—Hawaii, Rio, Manila. It’s so hard to decide.



Unit 16 Where’s home?
Vocabulary Task
Answers/Script
1. 1. I live in a small town. It’s very quiet. There’s not much activity. It’s not very exciting.
2. 2. I live in a big city. It’s very busy and a little noisy, but I live it!
3. 3. We have a large family. We all eat dinner together and talk to each other in the evening. I’m never lonely.
4. 4. We have a condo in the suburbs. It’s convenient. There’s a train station and a shopping mall nearby.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
38. 1. plants, furniture
39. 2. view, subway, restaurants
40. 3. location, city life
41. 4. furniture, pictures
2 Second Listening
Answers
25. 1. F (He only has a bed and a TV. He needs plants and furniture.)
26. 2. T (She likes the great view of the park. It’s close to the subway.)
27. 3. T (It’s so convenient, so close to everything.)
28. 4. T (He says, “It’s starting to feel like home.”)
Script
1. A: How’s your new apartment?
B: It’s okay. I need to buy some plants, get some more furniture. Then I’ll feel at home. I only have a bed and a TV right now.
2. A: How do you like your new house?
B: I like it. There’s a great view of the park. And it’s only a five-minute walk to the subway. I just need to find a grocery store, and a few good restaurants.
3. A: How’s your new condo?
B: It’s great. It’s so convenient. It’s close to everything.
A: Do you miss your family?
B: Yes, sometimes, but I really like living in the city.
4. A: Your apartment looks great!
B: Thanks. I bought some new curtains and a new couch.
A: I like the pictures on the bookcase, too!
B: Ye

ah, it’s starting to feel like home.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answer
All the things to do, the people
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
? his job; - where he lives; + concerts; + the people; - the food; ? the weather; - living alone; + music
Script
Rob: Hi! My name’s Rob. How’s it going?
Den: Hi! I’m Ken. Nice to meet you.
Rob: Are you from Vancouver?
Den: Well, I’m from Hong Kong, but I live near Vancouver now. I just started a new job here.
Rob: How do you like Vancouver?
Ken: Umm. I like it. There are so many things to do: I like the concerts, the music. And the people are very friendly.
Rob: Yeah, I like all the parks, the stores, the people. There’s always something happening.
Ken: Yeah. I like all that, too. But I don’t like the place I live. It’s a new condo near Stanley park. I live alone, and it’s just a little too quiet.
Rob: Quiet is usually good.
Ken: Yeah, but I don’t like to live alone. In Hong Kong I lived with my family in a big apartment. My parents, my grandparents, my sister and brother. It was noisy, it was busy, but it was home. We ate dinner together, we talked together. I miss that, especially the food. Now I know that my mother is a good cook!
Rob: It sounds to me like you’re a little homesick. I know some good Chinese restaurants around here. Here, I’ll write down a few names. It won’t be the same as your mother’s cooking but you can try them.
Ken: Sure, thanks. Sounds good.



Unit 17 How are you feeling?
Vocabulary Task
Answers/Script
1. A: What’s the matter?
B: My stomach hurts. I have a bad stomachache.
2. A: How are you doing?
B: I feel really great today. I’m finally starting to get in shape!
3. A: What happened?
B: I had a skiing accident. I broke my arm.
4. A: How do you feel?
B: I didn’t sleep much last night. I’m really tired today.
5. A: What did you do?
B: Ouch! I stayed in the sun too long. I have a bad sunburn!
6. A: What’s wrong?
B: Ooh…What a headache! I feel like my head is going to burst!
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
42. 1. Her throat hurts. They both have sore throats.
43. 2. He’s not in shape. He needs to get in shape.
44. 3. He has a bad headache and a fever.
45. 4. She broke her leg.
2 Second Listening
Answers
29. 1. Let’s get a cup of tea.
30. 2. I need to get in shape.
31. 3. That’s too bad. You need to go home.
32. 4. How did you break it?
Script
1. A: What’s wrong?
B: My throat hurts. I feel terrible.
A: I have a sore throat, too.
B: Let’s get a cup of tea.
2. A: Wow! You look so healthy.
B: I feel great.
A: I run every morning.
B: Not me. I need to get in shape.
3. A: What’s the matter?
B: I feel funny. I have a bad headache. I think I have a fever, too.
A: That’s too bad. You need to go home.
B: I can’t. I have a big meeting this afternoon.
4. A: What happened to you?
B: I broke my leg.
A: I can see that

. How did you break it?
B: I fell – at the park. I was skating.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
Answers
I have a sunburn. I can’t sleep.
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
1. 1. sunburn: drink a lot of water; stay in a cool, quiet room; rest; don’t go in the sun; eat cool foods like ice cream and drink cold juice
2. 2. can’t sleep at night: don’t take sleep medicine; try to get exercise; don’t drink a lot of alcohol or coffee; try reading something very boring
Script
Doctor: Welcome to “Ask the Doctor.” I’m Dr. Helen Monroe here today to help you with your health problems. Let’s go to the first caller. Hello, you’re on the air.
First Caller: Hello. My problem is sunburn. I fell asleep in the sun. Now I have a bad sunburn. Really bad. My skin is red and hot. I can’t eat. I can’t sleep. I feel terrible. What should I do?
Doctor: For a bad sunburn, drink a lot of water. Stay in a cool, quiet room. Rest. And of course, don’t go outside in the sun. eat cool foods like ice cream and drink cold juice. Now on to our next caller:
Second Caller: My problem is I can’t sleep at night. Every night I can’t fall asleep. So… I’m always tired.
Doctor: If you can’t sleep, don’t take sleep medicine. It doesn’t really help you. Instead, try to get some exercise every day. Swim, play tennis, dance… perhaps take a walk. Secondly, don’t drink a lot of alcohol or coffee. Especially coffee. It’s loaded with caffeine that will keep you up. Third, try reading something very boring. A boring book can help you go right to sleep! Now to our next caller…




Unit 18 Click to shop
Vocabulary Task
Answers
1. A carton of milk Big C Supermarket
2. A pair of boots Shoe Express
3. A sweater Westside Boutique
4. A DVD player Electronics World
5. A set of golf clubs Sherwin’s Sports Stop
6. A pair of earrings Royal Jewelry
7. A CD Music Mart
8. A book Books http://www.wendangku.net/doc/ae8a3913866fb84ae55c8d01.html
Script
1. 1. I needed a carton of milk so I went to the Big C Supermarket.
2. 2. I went to Shoe Express to get some boots.
3. 3. I got the latest designer sweater at Westside Boutique.
4. 4. I wanted to look at DVD players so I went to Electronics World.
5. 5. I bought a set of golf clubs at Sherwin’s Sport Stop.
6. 6. I got a pair of gold earrings at Royal Jewelry.
7. 7. I went to Music Mart to get a CD for my brother’s birthday present.
8. 8. I wanted a copy of Cher’s latest book so I went to Booksnow. com.
Listening Task
1 First Listening
Answers
1. 1. a medium, black T-shirt
2. 2. a CD player
3. 3. gold earrings
4. 4. a phone
2 Second Listening
Answers
46. 1. May I help you?
47. 2. What brand do you want?
48. 3. Will that be cash or charge?
49. 4. Could you repeat that?
Script
1. 1. A: May I help you?
B: I’m looking for a black T-shirt. Size medium.
A: The T-shirts are over here next to the jeans.
B: Thank you. I’ll take a look.


2. A: Do you have any CD players here?
B: Yes, over there in aisle 4B, just past the TVs. What brand do you want?
A: I’m not sure. I’m just looking.
3. A: I’ll take these gold earrings.
B: Will that be cash or charge?
A: Charge.
B: Sign your name here, please…Here’s your receipt.
4. A: Can I help you?
B: Ah, yes. What colors does this telephone come in?
A: White, black, green, blue, red, and brown.
B: Could you repeat that please?
A: White, black, green, blue, red, and brown.
B: I’ll take one in white.
Real World Listening
1 Predict
2 Get the main ideas
Answers
DVD player brother $175
Sweater sister don’t know/ doesn’t say
Gold earrings mother $75
Golf clubs father $400
Script
Cybermall: Welcome to Cybermall. com. May we help you?
Thomas: Yes. I need to buy some Christmas presents.
Cybermall: Please, enter your shopping list.
Thomas: (typing)
Cybermall: Are you ready to start shopping, or do you want to take a look around?
Thomas: I’m ready to start shopping.
Cybermall: What’s first?
Thomas: The DVD player for my brother.
Cybermall: Here is a selection of DVD players from Electric World. Please choose the brand and model you want.
Thomas: Hmm…I think this one.
Cybermall: Thank you. One Electra 77 DVD player, $175. What’s next?
Thomas: I guess the sweater for my sister.
Cybermall: Here is a selection of sweaters from Clothes World. Do you see the one you want?
Thomas: Um, yes, this one, 3c.
Cybermall: Thank you. What color do you want? What size? Please choose a color, then a size.
Thomas: I’d like a black sweater, size small.
Cybermall: Thank you. One sweater, number 3c, color: black, size: small. Next…
Thomas: Next, I’ll get my mother’s present. I want to get her some gold earrings.
Cybermall: Here are 10 choices of gold earrings from Jewel Mart. Please select the ones you want.
Thomas: (click)
Cybermall: Okay, thank you. We added the gold earrings to your shopping cart. That’s 75 dollars. Last on your list is your father. Your father wants some new golf clubs. We have golf clubs at Sports Express. Please select the golf clubs you want.
Thomas: Okay. I guess there. (click)
Cybermall: Thank you. A set of Big hit Clubs, $400. There are no your list. Are you ready to pay?
Thomas: Yes.
Cybermall: Please enter your credit card number.
Thomas: Um, okay…(types in number)
Cybermall: Thank you for shopping at Cybermall. We will ship your order to you. Your total is…



Unit 19 Mmm, that’s good!
Vocabulary Task
Answers
A cup of tea, a small glass of lemonade, a hot dog, A tomato salad, two pieces of sushi, a slice of Pizza, a bowl of beans and rice, a large order of French fries
Script
1. A: What did you have for lunch?
B: A hot dog.
2. A: What would you like?
B: A bowl of beans and rice.
3. A: What can I get you?
B: Two pieces of sushi and a cup of tea.
4. A: What kind of salad do you want?
B: Mmm, a tomato salad, please.
5. A: