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Fred You're lucky I'm going to rob a bank next week. Tom Why? Fred Because I'm happy in prison! Exercise 1 prison He's going to leave prison.
They're going to havesteak They aren'tgoing to drink champagne. Wher r they go ing to drIve? What r th ey goin g to cut? What ar th y go ing to d rln? First N me 5: OCCU lion' Writ 5 questions. Writll I n sentences. J Dal Si D. I want you, I need you, I love you.
Fiona I'm sorry Charles, but I can't. Charles Oh, Fiona. Why not? Fiona Well, Charles. Hike you I like you a lot Charles But Fiona, love isn't everything. Fiona Oh, Charles, you don't understand. Charles Do you love another man Fiona? Fiona Yes Charles, I do Charles Not James Milton! Fiona Yes, James Milton. Charles But he doesn't want you.
He's engaged. Fiona I know. Charles But Fiona, James isn't a rich man. I can give you everything. What do you want? A big house? Fiona No, Charles. I don't want those things. I only wantJames. Does he love her? Does Fiona like Charles? Does she like him a lot? Does she love him? Does Fiona love another man? What's his name? Does James want Fiona? Is he rich? Is Charles rich? What can he give Fiona? Does she want clothes? Does she want money?
What does she want? Charles wantsFiona. Who loves Fiona? Who needs Fiona? Who wants James? Who loves James? Who does Charles love? Who does Fiona love? Who does Fiona want? Who does Charles need? H I'm going away. G Oh, where are you going? H I'm going to London. G How long for? H Just for two days.
I Have you got a car? J Yes, I have. I What kind is it? J It's a V. I Do you like it? J Yes, Ido. I Why? J Because it's very economical. K Excuse me L Yes? K Have you got any change? L What do you need? K I need some tens.
L Oh, how many do you want?
K Well, can you change a pound note? L Yes, I think so. Ford Datsun Fiat Jaguar economical big comfortable modern fast Coins: N Good afternoon. M Could you repair these shoes, please? N Yes, certainly. When do you want them? M As soon as possible. N Is Thursday afternoon O. M Yes, that's fine. Robin 'And t ft 'r lunch? I never see you in church nowadays. Benson Oh! No, Vicar Vicar I know Benson Well, I sometimes come, Vicar. I come on Christmas Day and at Easter. Vicar Hmm But what about Sundays, Mr Benson?
Benson I usually wash my car on Sunday morning. Vicar I see. Why don't you wash your car on Saturday next week, MrBenson? Benson Oh I can't do that, Vicar. Vicar Why not?
Benson It's my son's wedding next Saturday I'm going to church! He sometimes plays football. Exercise 2 coffee 1sometimes drink coffee or 1neverdrink coffee or 1 often drink coffee Now, write true sentences: She usually gets up at 7 o'clock.
They see all the new films. They often go to the cinema. He 8 He doesn't usually smoke, but at sometimes listens to the radio, and he Christmas, after dinner, he has a cigar. He rarely smokes cigars. She 7 She doesn't like whisky. She never doesn't. She sees him four or five times drinks whisky.
She occasionally sees him. Do they teach? VVhatdo lhoy tcach? VVh re re they now? VVh t re they doing? Exercise Kevin Shannon , lo otba ller. Exam pt: Lucy, typ l t. There's an international football match on television.
England are playing against Scotland. They are good teams. They usually play well. But today England are playing very well, and Scotland are playing badly. Questions What's on television? Which teams are playing? Are they good teams? Do they usually play well or badly? How are England playing today? How are Scotland playing today? This is his fourth accident this year.
He's a bad driver, because he's a fast and careless driver. He drives fast, carelessly and badly. Questions What's his name? Does he often have accidents? Is this his first accident this year? Is he a good or a bad driver? Does he drive well or badly? Is he a fast 01" a slow driver? Does he drive carefully or carelessly?
Bill Morris is a gentleman. He always drives slowly, carefully and well. All his friends say, 'Bill's a good driver! He's very careful. Is he a gentleman? Is he a good driver or a bad driver? Is he a fast driver or a slow driver?
Does he drive carefully or does he drive carelessly? I 0, r Mr Johnson works very hard. He's afast worker. His boss often says, 'Johnson works fast for 10 hours every day. He's a very hard worker. Is he a hard worker or a lazy worker? Does he work hard or lazily? Is he a fast or a slow worker? Does he work fast or slowly?
Exercise Kevin's a good player. How does heplay? He plays well. Look at this: T i 39 Everyday Conversation o How do you come to school? P Bybus. P Only20p. P About twenty minutes.
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Q Does she speak English well? R No, I don't think so. Q Is she coming to the dance tonight? R I hope so! S What's the matter? I've got a cold. Why don't you see a doctor? I don't know any doctors.
Why don't you ask your landlady? T Yes. That's a good idea. T S T S Would you like to dance? Do you come here often? Do you live here?
Yes, I do. U Where do you work? V Ina bank. U Do you like it? V It's O. U V U V U V twenty minutes an hour half an hour quarter of an hour dance party discotheque pub club acold a sore throat stomach-ache back-ache a temperature your landlady your teacher the principal your friends sometimes once a week twice a week every night occasionally abank an office a factory a shop a hospital Ii ore.!
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Ju ry. August , S pt rnber , October. Nov ember. D co mber. Look at th is example: Where were you last month? John Oh, I was on holiday. Donald Oh, really? John Yes, I was in Switzerland in January. Donald Where were you last month? John I was in Florida. Donald Florida! What was it like? John Fantastic! The weather was beautiful. Donald What was the hotel like?
John Excellent! There was a swimming-pool and private beach. There were three restaurants and two bars.
Donald What were the people like? John They were very friendly. Donald Was your wife with you? John No, she wasn't. She never comes with me on holiday.
Donald What about the children? Were they with you? John No, they weren't.
They were with their grandparents. Exercise 1 There wasa swimming pool. There were three restaurants. Now you write sentences. Exerci8e2 weather What wasthe weather like?
X Why? What's wrong with it? W It's the wrong size. X Is it too big, or too small? W It's too small for me. X What size are you? W I'm not sure. Can you measure me? X Yes, certainly. You're a thirty-six. This one's the right size. Z A single room or a double room a private bathroom a shower a balcony a colour television sir?
Y A double, please. Z With or without a private bathroom? Y With, please. Z For how many nights? Y Just for one night, please. A Excuse me! A I think my change is wrong! B Are you sure? Let me see. Oh, yes. A Yes, that's right. B I'm terribly sorry. A That's O. I don't think so. I prefer French food. French Turkish German Danish Swiss W I orne hom e! Phil Th Repo roblems Phil a , d?
J lrad lm. Th e didn't 7 huve: Mrs Brown John? Mrs Brown I id yn ll go 10 til ' pu b. Mr Drown Yl' S. Mrs Brown J low m. M Brown r. Mr Smith Good afternoon, Miss Wild. Did you finish those letters? Secretary Yes, sir. I typed them and signed them for you. Mr Smith Did you photo-copy them? I photo-copied them and posted them. Mr Smith Did Mr Jackson arrive?
Mr Smith What time did he arrive? Secretary About two 0' dock, sir He didn't have time. Mr Smith What did he want? Secretary Oh I didn't ask, sir. Mr Smith Er. Did you telephone Mrs Smith? Secretary Yes, I did Mr Smith Hmm. And the table at "Mario's" for tonight? Did Lulu. Secretary Exercise Who typed the letters? Miss Wild typed the letters.
Mr Smith didn't typethe letters. Did Lulu type the letters? Exercise 2 1 They carried Willy away. I ll' w ro te p stcards to. How d o s she travel to Spai n '? II E X8. Ex 1 A Did they h ve any cnocc tat? Shirley Hello, Jill Jill Oh, I'm tired this morning! Shirley Are you? Jill Well, I went to the concert last night. Shirley Which concert?
Jill The popconcert, the one atthe Town Hall. Shirley Oh, which group did you see? Jill I saw 'Robbie and the Rebels'. Shirley Are they good? Jill Hmm Shirley Is Robbie a good singer? Jill Oh, yes, he usually sings well. Shirley Did he sing well last night? Jill No, he didn't Shirley What about the group? Jill Oh, the guitarist played beautifully Shirley Yes, pop drummers always play loudly.
Jill I know! I had a headache after the concert. Shirley Hmm. I never go to pop concerts. I prefer classical music. Questions Exercise 1 What are their names? Who's tired? Ask "Why? Which group did she see? How do they usually play? How did they play last night?
How does Robbie usually sing? How did he sing last night? How did the guitarist play? Do pop drummers always play loudly?
Did Jill have a headache before the concert? Ask "When? He's a good singer. He usually sings well. Exercise 2 He usually sings well, but yesterday he sangbadly. I lost my handbag this morning. F Where did you lose it? E On the bus. I left it on the number F Well, you're lucky, the conductor found it. E Thank goodness! I was worried. Commercial Banking — United Kingdom. TurkishBank UK is committed to protecting you and any data that we collect about you online.
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Sally Can your husband cook? Sally Really? Is he? My husband can't play sports I candrive. K Excuse me. L There's one at 6. L When? K Tomorrow. About six o'clock. Can I try them on? N Of course. I'm on a diet.. K Thank you. Can I help you? L Morning or afternoon?
K In the evening. What time? P Is seven o'clock OK? I'd like some information planes boats about trains please. Would you a glass of beer like a cup of tea?
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M I'd like a pair of shoes. Tom Atkins and Terry Archer r. S ny chlldren. Ire hasn 't. I haven'. Exe r c iso 3 Exampl e. Write four sentences. Look at 1I isl Y lI' V got three bottles of wh isky. I've got them. The small one's his. Charles Good night.
Exercise 3 Exerci. George Ah. They're ours. Which house is his? The big one's theirs. George Which glass is yours? George Now. It's my pen. Charles Good.
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They're our books.. Charles The empty one! George Which ones? Charles The black one and the grey one. The grey one's mine. Exercise 2 Which ones would you like? I'd like the expensive ones. George Which one? Charles Oh. It's mine. Which one would you like? I'd like the classical one. George How about some more George Well..
U That's O. Can you show it to me. I see.
I'm very sorry. T Certainly. P Hmm.. T All right.
V All right. Can you get it for me? It's over there. Philips o Oh. Have you got any luggage? S Yes.. S Taxi! How much is it? I'm in a hurry. It's very heavy. I haven't got your address. S Yes. That's very expensive. P It's a Kodak.. U 'Bye. R Of course. U Goodnight. U Don't forget. You can send it to me at the office Fa ther. The f od is nd English p ople are v ''Ty fri -ndly.
Ther r alot German inmy c s. Brazilums verv a ery cheap. U lfJnJ. Thomas is a student.. Thomas Oh? What are you watching? Mrs Taylor I'm watching a cowboy film.
I can't help you now I'm watching something. Can you help me? I'm doing my homework and I can't understand this word. I'm' practising my English! He's staying with the Taylors.
Mrs Taylor Which one? Thomas What's he reading? Mrs Taylor He's Thomas AmI? Mrs Taylor She's phoning her boyfriend What are Jill and John doing? They're playing tennis. Bob His friends are busy today. Mrs Taylor. Mrs Brown. Thomas What about Kate? Mrs Taylor Oh. Thomas Can Mr Taylor help me? Mrs Taylor No. He's reading. Thomas Hello. I see it? D Yes. E Good morning. Love Story magazine E Instant English. Wednesday A Really! Instant English E Yes. Monday A What are you doing?
Tuesday B I'm doing my homework. C May I borrow it for a minute. C Excuse me. I'm looking for a book. B What a pity! I'm busy on Saturday Sunday Saturday. Have you got it? Today F Yes. I'd like to. Another time Thursday perhaps? Friday B Yes. John Oh. John Oh.. Are you tired. John Well. John Hello. It's three o'clock.. VVhat's on television tonight? Anne There's a good programme at quarter past eight Anne Ooh.
Anne But. I can't watch that! There's a football match on IlV at half past six. I'm home! Anne Hello.. John Yes. Anne It's six o'clock. Tom What! Wash up! I'm not going to work! I'm going to have a good time! Fred You're lucky. What about you. They're going to havesteak They aren'tgoing to drink champagne.
Tom What are you going to do there? Fred I'm going to wash up. Fred My wife's going to meet me outside the prison. Tom Why? Fred Because I'm happy in prison! Exercise 1 prison He's going to leave prison. Tom With her mother! You're joking! Fred No. Tomorrow we're going to leave this place!
I'm going to rob a bank next week. I'm going to work for my wife's mother. What are you going to do first? Tom Hmm. JIm going to. Tom Really? You're not going to work for your mother-in-law! Then we're going to have tea with her mother.
She's got a little cafe in London. Write sentences Write sentences Write sentences with: We're going to have steak and drink champagne. W re are hey go l 0 spend the r h OI1eY moO? J Dal D. Surn om.: Signa ur: Writll I n sentences.. Writ 5 questions.
First N me 5: Oisllk Oislik: He's engaged. Fiona I know. Charles Not James Milton! Fiona Yes. Charles But he doesn't want you. Charles Do you love another man Fiona? Fiona Yes Charles. Charles wantsFiona. I want you. I only wantJames.. Who does Charles love? Who does Fiona love? Who does Fiona want? Who does Charles need? Who wants Fiona? Does he love her? Does Fiona like Charles? Does she like him a lot? Does she love him? Does Fiona love another man?
What's his name? Does James want Fiona? Is he rich? Is Charles rich? What can he give Fiona? Does she want clothes? Does she want money? What does she want? Why not? Fiona Well. I love you.. I need you.. Who loves Fiona? Who needs Fiona? Who wants James? Who loves James? What do you want? A big house? Fiona No. Fiona Oh. I can give you everything. Fiona I'm sorry Charles. Fiona Charles Please marry me. Charles But Fiona. James Milton. I don't want those things.
I like you a lot. Hike you.. James isn't a rich man. J Yes. Ford I What kind is it? Datsun Fiat J It's a V. Tuesday M Yes. London G How long for? Wales H Just for two days. Jaguar I Do you like it? When do you this radio want them? Thursday M As soon as possible.
I have. Scotland Ireland Paris I Have you got a car? I think so. L Yes? Robin 'And t ft 'r lunch? I 10 He comes home. Judith Peter and Paul Cel l.. I can't do that. Vicar Why not? Benson It's my son's wedding next Saturday. She never to Saturday. He rarely smokes cigars. I sometimes come. Mr Benson. They often go to the cinema.
Benson Oh! Vicar I see. She 7 She doesn't like whisky. But what about Sundays.. I'm going to church! She usually gets up at every year. Benson Oh. Exercise 2 coffee 1sometimes drink coffee or 1neverdrink coffee or 1 often drink coffee Now. I come on Christmas Day and at Easter. He sometimes plays football. She sees him four or five times drinks whisky.
They see all the new films. I never see you in church nowadays. Benson Well. He 8 He doesn't usually smoke. Why don't you wash your car on Saturday next week. She occasionally sees him. Mr Benson? Benson I usually wash my car on Sunday morning. Vicar I know. Vicar Hmm. I n ever an w r them. Qu t ions Wh o arc they? Do they teach? VVhatdo lhoy tcach? VVh re re they now? VVh t re they doing? Exercise Kevin Shannon , lo otba ller.
Exam pt: Lucy, typ l t. There's an international football match on television. England are playing against Scotland. They are good teams. They usually play well. But today England are playing very well, and Scotland are playing badly. Questions What's on television? Which teams are playing? Are they good teams? Do they usually play well or badly? How are England playing today? How are Scotland playing today? Tom Morgan often has accidents. II This is his fourth accident this II year.
He's a bad driver, because he's a fast and careless driver. He II drives fast, carelessly and badly. I Questions r What's his name? Does he often have accidents? Is this his first accident this year? Is he a good or a bad driver? Does he drive well or badly? Is he a fast 01" a slow driver? Does he drive carefully or carelessly?
Bill Morris is a gentleman. He always drives slowly, carefully and well. All his friends say, 'Bill's a good driver! He's very careful. Is he a gentleman? Is he a good driver or a bad driver? Is he a fast driver or a slow driver? Does he drive carefully or does he drive carelessly? I 0, Mr Johnson works very hard. He's afast worker. His boss often says, r 'Johnson works fast for 10 hours every day. He's a very hard worker. Is he a hard worker or a lazy worker?Can I dial direct to Zurich?
Who loves Fiona? P Yes. There's an international football match on television. Mr Gibbon Isn't it wonderful! K In the evening.