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Contents

UNIT 1 UNIT 3 UNIT 5


am / is / are – my / your Vocabulary can/can’t
Nice to meet you! 4 Days of the week 16 Pronunciation 28
Countries and nationalities 4 Present Simple (2) What can they do? 28
he / she – his / her The British Airways pilot 16 What can you do? 29
Personal information 5 More verbs in the Present Simple 17 was/were
Ella’s family How often? 18 Were you at the party? 29
Possessive ’s 6 Vocabulary could/couldn’t
Verbs – have / go / live / like 6 Free time activities 18 When I was young 29
Vocabulary Listening Listening
The family 7 My favourite season 19 When I was a child 30
Adjectives – easy / small . . . 7 Reading Vocabulary
Reading and listening My perfect weekend 20 Verbs – play / ride . . . 31
Our street 8 Everyday English Noun + noun – railway station . . . 31
Everyday English Social expressions (1) 21 Reading
Everyday conversations 9 I’m tired! 21 Galileo Galilei 32
Don’t forget! Don’t forget! Everyday English
The alphabet 9 am / is / are or do / does? 21 Polite requests 33
Possessive adjectives 9 a / an or no article? 21 Don’t forget!
Plural nouns 9 Prepositions 21 Vocabulary – Spain / Spanish . . . 34
and / but / so / because 34
Prepositions of place 34
UNIT 2 UNIT 4 Verb + noun – ride a bike . . . 34
Present Simple (1) Vocabulary
he / she / it 10 Rooms and things in the house 22
Jobs -or and -er 11 there is/are UNIT 6
Spelling of verb + -s 11 A holiday cottage 23 Past Simple (1)
Pronunciation of verb + -s 11 Regular verbs – The Jackson 5 35
Prepositions
Questions and negatives Where is it? 23 Pronunciation of -ed 36
Questions 11 Irregular verbs – Chinese girl makes 37
Daily routines – Annie’s Day 12 some/any/a lot of pop song
What’s in Deborah’s kitchen? 24 Past time expressions 37
Reading and listening
The Eurostar train driver 13 this/that/these/those Reading
I like that picture 24 John Lennon 1940–1980 38
Vocabulary
Verb + noun – wash your hair . . . 14 Reading Listening
Jobs 14 The Malmaison Hotel, Oxford 25 I went to a Beatles concert! 39
Everyday English Listening Vocabulary
What time is it? 15 Homes around the world 26 Describing feelings 39
Don’t forget! Everyday English Everyday English
is / has / does 15 Numbers 26 What’s the date? 40
a / an 15 Prices 27
Don’t forget!
Don’t forget! do / does / did / was / were / had 40
Vocabulary – odd word out 27 the or no article? 40
me / him / them 27

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UNIT 7 UNIT 9 UNIT 11
Past Simple (2) Comparative adjectives going to – future intentions
Regular and irregular verbs 41 What’s the comparative? 55 What are they going to be? 68
Negatives 42 Comparing things 55 Questions and negatives 68
Questions 42 It was warmer yesterday 55 Going on holiday 69
Time expressions have got going to – predictions
in / at / on 43 Has he got a computer? 56 What’s going to happen? 70
ago 43 do / does / have / has 56 Infinitive of purpose
Reading Comparing two people 56 Sue’s busy day 71
A history of the early cinema 44 Comparatives and superlatives Reading
Listening Comparative and superlative adjectives 57 Rocking around the USA 72
My favourite film 45 Word order 57
Questions and answers 57 Listening
Vocabulary A visit to Graceland 73
Adverbs 46 Reading
The tallest building in the world 58 Vocabulary
Everyday English The weather 74
Special occasions 46 Listening
I worked in Dubai 59 Everyday English
Don’t forget! What shall we do? 75
Word order 47 Vocabulary
Town and country 60 Don’t forget!
Prepositions – at /about . . . 47 I / my / mine 75
Everyday English Prepositions – than / from . . . 75
Directions 60
UNIT 8 Don’t forget!
Count and uncount nouns Prepositions – on / along . . . 60 UNIT 12
Can we count it? 48 Present Perfect
a, an, or some? 48 Verb forms 76
I like . . . and I’d like . . . UNIT 10 Present Perfect and Past Simple 76
What do they like doing? 48 Prepositions ever and never 77
I’d like + noun / infinitive 49 in / at / on 61 Time expressions 78
like or would like? 49 Present Continuous yet + question 78
Listening Spelling 61 yet + negative 79
In a restaurant 50 Why are you doing that? 61 just 79

some and any What’s she doing? 62 been or gone?


I don’t have any money 51 Present Simple or Continuous? 62 She’s been / she’s gone 79
be or do? 63 Reading
much and many
How many students are there? 51 Reading Simon Murray – three lives in one! 80
Tweeting 64 Listening
Reading
The chef who can’t eat his own food 52 Listening An interview with Simon Murray 81
Why do people use Twitter? 65 Vocabulary
Vocabulary
Food 53 something /nothing get 82
Daily needs – battery / shampoo . . . 53 Somebody’s waiting for you 65 take 82

Everyday English Vocabulary Everyday English


Shopping in the High Street 54 Clothes 66 Transport and travel 83

Don’t forget! Everyday English Don’t forget!


Articles – a / an, some or nothing? 54 Social expressions (2) 66 The or no article with places 83
Adverbs – too / enough . . . 54 Don’t forget! Phrasal verbs – turn on / take off . . . 83
Verb forms – ski / skiing / to ski . . . 67
-ing form as noun 67
have a + noun 67
Tapescripts 84
Answer key 87
Irregular verbs 95
Phonetic symbols 95

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