Look at the vocabulary box. Which words go together with the verbs? Write them down next to the verbs.
fun - postcards - your mum
music - homework - a TV
sports - my uncle - a friend
the radio - text messages
an ice cream - a museum
a. (to) do: ______________________________________
b. (to) send: ______________________________________
c. (to) listen to: ___________________________________
d. (to) visit: _______________________________________
e. (to) have: ______________________________________
Joseph and Priya are talking about Samantha’s birthday party. The pronouns got lost. Finish the dialogue with my, you, her, him, it, us, them.
Joseph: That was a wonderful birthday party, wasn’t ____?
Priya: Did ____ really like it? Sam was very unhappy with it.
Joseph: What’s wrong with ____?
Priya: I don’t know. She made a lot of tasty biscuits for ____, but we didn’t eat very many of them.
Joseph: I really liked _____. But there was so much to eat and drink. ____ stomach still hurts today.
Priya: Maybe I should call ____ again and tell ____ how wonderful ____ was.
Joseph: Ask ___ if she wants to bring the biscuits to class tomorrow. I would love to eat _____.
Priya: That’s very kind of ____, Joseph. And ____ is a good idea, too. You know, Sam is ____ best friend, and I want her to be happy with ____ party. Maybe she will invite _____ again next year.
Your friend Derya is back from her trip to London. She wants to tell you lots of things on the phone. She is very excited, so you don’t understand everything, and you need to ask questions. Ask her about the underlined words with different question words (wh-questions).
a. We visited Madame Tussauds.
b. We saw many famous people.
c. I am tired, because we came back this morning.
d. We stayed at a comfortable hotel.
e. We went to London by train.
f. Today, I want to make a photo album.
g. We went to London because of my sister’s birthday.
a. What ____________________________________________?
Listen to the dialogue carefully. John and Barbara are talking about different rides and activities at Alton Towers. Find out whether the statements are right or wrong.
Statement Right Wrong
Barbara is at Alton Towers for the second time.
The "Tea Cup Ride" is like bungee jumping.
Barbara likes scary rides.
Swimming at Alton Towers is very expensive.
David can try all the rides because he is so tall.
John likes to get wet on the "Flume".
Barbara didn't play golf when she was there for the first time.
Read the statements. After that, listen to Emma and Jack and answer the questions.
a. How often does Emma go shopping?
b. Where do Jack and his family want to go for their holidays?
c. Why does Jack want a new MP3 player?
d. How much money does Jack have for shopping?
e. Where can you find “Sky High”?
f. When will Emma and Jack meet again?