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A Look at the photos and choose the names of the cities from the box (There are some extra names).


UNIT reading listening speaking writing
  Rural and Urban Living   p. 5   a tale about country vs. city way of life; an article about a traditional English village   conversations, a TV programme   asking and giving directions   a factfile about your city
  Wildlife   p. 18     articles about animal invaders and whale hunting     a telephone conversation     a role-play: choosing photos for a website     project work: endangered animals
Arts   p. 31       a brochure about London; a famous painters biography; an article about a famous recluse     a tour guide     a dialogue: finding information about museums; an interview   project work: Power Point presentation about person of art
The Age of Technology p. 42 opinions about the role of computers; an article about computers for the disabled; a factfile about the Internet     conversations   group discussion   a letter of complaint


UNIT reading listening speaking writing
  Around the World   p. 54   extracts from a travel book; an interview with a famous explorer     a conversation about ethical travel   sharing your traveling experience; a game: travel around the world; booking a holiday   a formal letter: a letter to a holiday company; booking a room
  Global Affairs   p. 66   encyclopaedia extracts; an article about Microsoft; an article about globalization     a talk about globalistion process     group discussion: expressing opinion     a for and against essay
Sports   p. 78   a magazine article about keeping fit; encyclopaedia extracts about kinds of sport; an article about female football fans     presentations by the Olympic Committee     group discussion: expressing opinion   a biography of a famous sports person
Languages and Communication   p. 87     an article about dying languages; an article about texting     a radio interview   a dialogue about the Russian language   an informal letter
Customs and Traditions   p.100   an article about festivals in Scotland; celebration of Christmas in different countries     conversations festival committee meeting; April Fools Day celebration   making suggestions about what to do at a festival; giving advice   project work: writing theses for an oral presentation
Scriptsp. 117

1. Lead-in

a Look at the photos and choose the names of the cities from the box (There are some extra names).

Istanbul Venice Moscow Paris Krakow Sydney London New York San Paulo Tokyo Singapore

1b Match the adjectives 1-10 with their opposites (a-j), choose two or three words to describe each city in the photos. e.g. : London/Paris is

1 exciting 2 old, ancient 3 huge 4 cold 5 wet a hot b dry c quiet d modern e expensive   6 noisy 7 beautiful 8 cheap 9 busy 10 capital f ugly g boring h tiny i provincial j peaceful

1c What do you know about San Paulo? Guess if the statements are true or false.

1 San Paulo is huge and noisy.

2 The public transport is expensive.

3 Its situated in Argentina.

4 Its famous for soap operas.

5 Its on the coast.

6 The summers there are wet.

Look through Ten Facts about San Paulo and check if you were right.

Ten Facts about San Paulo Its in the south of Brazil. Its a big city. It isnt a capital of Brazil. (Brasilia is the capital.) Its 75 kilometres from the sea. In summer, the weather is hot and wet. Its famous for coffee! The restaurants are good. It isnt a quiet city.
San Paulo and Corinthians are football clubs in the city. Theyre famous in South America. In fact, its very noisy. The buses arent expensive.
2. Listening

2a Listen to two conversations and answer the questions. Track 01.


1 Are the conversations between:

a) two students?

b) two teachers?

c) a teacher and a student?

2 The situation is:

a) on the phone.

b) in a class.

c) in a café.


2b Listen again and fill in the gaps with the missing words and phrases.

A: Good morning. Come in. Whats your name? B: Pavel. A: OK, Pavel.1)_______ . Where are you from? B: From Krakow, in Poland. A: Oh, OK. Tell me something about Krakow. B: Well, its a beautiful city. Its in the south of Poland. 2) ________ thats Warsaw. A: Is it a big city? B: No, it isnt. 3) ________ . A: Anything else? B: Its cold in winter. er for you, 4) ________ ! A: OK, good, Pavel. Were on
A: Hello! Come in. Are you Ayla? B: 5) ________ . A: OK. Where are you from, Ayla? B: Istanbul, in Turkey. A: 6) ________ ? B: Sorry? A: Tell me something about Istanbul.   B: Oh, OK. Its a big city, very beautiful, but very noisy! The mosques are very famous. A: I see. 7) ________ ? B: Its hot in the summer and its wet in winter, 8) ________ . A: Are the restaurants good? B: Yes, they are, very good!

2c Practise the conversations in Ex. 2.a/b and make similar conversations with your partner.

2d Listen to a TV programme I love my city and match the people with the cities. Track 02.

1 Yukako 2 Pablo 3 Stefan 4 Peter a) Cape Town b) Chicago c) Kyoto d) Lima

2e Listen again and decide if the information below is true (T), false (F) or not mentioned (NM).

1 There is a lot of traffic in Kyoto.

2 Lima is famous for its port.


3 The speaker loves the museums in Chicago.

4 There is a beautiful fountain in Cape Town.

2f Listen and complete the table. Track 03.

City, Country Population International telephone codes

3. Language skills

Places in the city

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