Where c. Which d. Who IV. What would you say? Put a circle round the letter of the best reply to each question. Where's the nearest post office?
Turn left and then right. It's about two kilometers. It opens at nine o'clock. What's your new address? It's the old one. Go straight on c. Flat 42B, Nathan Road, Kowloon. How do we get there'? Flat 42B Nathan Road. Yes, you do. Turn right just after the Bank of China. How far is it from here? Two kilometers, at least b. No, it isn't. Yes, it's rather far. I think I'll go by bus. Where's the nearest bus stop': a. Cross the road and turn left. Five hundred metres, I suppose. It's five minutes by bus.
What time is there a bus? Twice a day. An hour and a half. Seven thirty 7. How often do the buses run? Twice or three times. Every hour. From that bus stop over there. Can you tell me the way to Milus College from your flat? Yes, I can b. It's round the corner. I know it 9. How long does it take to get to Dave's place from your flat?
It's a long way. About one kilometers. Thirty five minutes. Do you know where there's a public telephone? There's one at the bottom of the street. Not very far from here. I know there is.
Write sentences about yourself. Say whether you like or don't like these activities. Choose one of these verbs for each sentence: don't like, love, enjoy, hate, don't mind. I like flying Complete the conversations. Put in a to-infinitive or an in -form. A: I always want to visit San Francisco.
B: Me too. I'd love to visit it some time. A: Tom seems to enjoy watching football matches. B: Yes, he loves Manchester United play. A: Do you think they'll approve the plan? B: Yes, I'm quite sure they'll decide A: Do you want to come with me or wait here? A: You wear a uniform at school, don't you? B: Yes, I have to, although I dislike A: I'm glad I don't work as late as Sarah does.
I wouldn't like A: Have ICM bought the company? B: Well, they've offered A: How long have you been working here? B: For about three years. But now I need a new job. I can't stand A: What time will you be back? B: Oh, I expect A: I'm sorry you had to wait all that time.
B: Oh, it's all right. I don't mind VII. Complete this text with the correct answer Being a student involves You can learn to do this through practice and through stopping Try Don't try If you fail If you find that you avoid even You will!
Choose the correct answer. Ann is interested in I finished The police questioned me at some length, and I didn't enjoy. Dad allowed Dora My teacher always expected me Will you please stop TV channels? My glasses are in my book bag, but I don't remember I put d. I'd like He agreed The searchers found the boy Look at those windows! They really need I'm tired. I'd rather My bank manager advised I must go now. I promised I wouldn't be The children are looking forward Our teacher made me It isn't sale.
I want I hope Famous people get tired of Choose the correct option a, b, c or d to complete each space. Kevin teaches He enjoys his teaching very much, and he always feels very Some of his ex-classmates have just offered him a chance Everyone thinks that it Kevin will Kevin can hardly quit his teaching.
He loves it. Therefore b. Furthermore c. Consequently d. However B. Choose the word that has the underlined letters pronounced differently from the others. Choose the word whose main stress is placed differently from the others. Physics b. History c. Boils d. Chemistry 2. Geography d. Literature 3. Most students find the course very How far 3. She is interested in teaching She was disappointed to fail in two of her four Don't worry Our coach was Approximately half the people interviewed were in manual occupations.
Our main objective is to English is an international Most people start to lose their memory as they get older. Choose the one word or phrase - a, b, c, or d - that best completes the sentence. You shouldn't spend all your time Would o n like I didn't like it in the city at first. But now I got used to living. I'm used to living c. I'm used to live d.
I used to live B. Which team Do you want I'm sure you'll have no In the video you will see teachers in their classrooms and the trainer, John Kay, talking about the importance of having a good relationship with your students and things you can do to help such a relationship develop. This unit contains a short video, interactive reflection activities and PDFs with additional activities, answer key and further opportunities for reflection.
If you are a teacher trainer and are planning to use the material in a face-to-face context, there is a set of trainer notes for each topic. The interactive and downloadable material asks teachers to think of ways to encourage empathy, authenticity and respect. It also looks at different learning styles — the different ways that learners learn. In particular, the materials look at visual, auditory and kinaesthetic learning styles and how these different styles might affect the way teachers teach.
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Other parents take no interest at all in their children's homework. But now I need a new job. I hope we both pass A: Did you study all last night? Meet you again 6. How often do the buses run?
How many d.. Twice or three times. Get more exercise appears to be the best way to lose weight. The searchers found the boy The doctor called this morning, while you slept. Two kilometers, at least b.
They really need Will you please stop I put d. Yes, it's rather far.
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