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剑桥国际英语教程学生用书 1 级 Unit 5 -Unit 8  

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Unit 5 Tell me about your family
Exercise 3 Conversation Asking about families
Part A Listen and practice.
Rita: Tell me about your brother and sister,Sue.
Sue: Well, my sister is a lawyer.
Rita: Really? Does she live here in Seattle?
Sue: Yes,she does.But she's working in Washington,D.C., right now.Her job is top secret.
Rita: Wow!And what does your brother do?
Sue: He's a painter. He's working in Argentina this month.He has an exhibition there.
Rita: What an interesting family!

Exercise 4 Pronunciation Blending with does
Listen and practice. Notice the blending of does with other words.
1.A: My brother is married. 
   B: Does he have any children?
   A: Yes,he does. 
   B: What does he do? 
   A: He's a painter.

2.A: My sister lives in Seattle. 
   B: Does she live with you?
   A: No,she doesn't. 
   B: What does she do? 
   A: She's a lawyer.

Exercise 5 Grammar focus Present continuous
Are you living at home now? 
Yes,I am./No,I'm not.

Is she still working in Seattle? 
Yes,she is./No,she isn't.

Are they going to college this year? 
Yes,they are./No, they aren't.

Where are you working this month? 
I'm working in Japan.

What is she doing these days? 
She's teaching at a university.

Who are they visiting this week? 
They're visiting their parents.

Some verbs generally not used in the present continuous.
have / know / like / love / want

Exercise 7 Conversation Describing family life
Part A Listen and practice.
Ryan: Look at this headline,Soo Mi.
Soo Mi: Wow!So many people in the United States get divorced!
Ryan: Is it the same in Korea?
Soo Mi: I don't think do.In Korea,some marriages break up,but most couples stay together.
Ryan: Do people get married young?
Soo Mi: Not really. Very few people get married before the age of 20.
Ryan: Hmm.Do women usually work after they get married.
Soo Mi: No,a lot of women stay home and take care of their families.But some work.

Exercise 8 Grammar focus Determiners
All women with children work. 
Nearly all women with children work.
Most women with children work.
Many women stay home after they get married.
A lot of women stay home after they get married.
Some women stay home after they get married.
Not many couples stay together.
A few couples stay together. 
Few couples stay together.
No one gets married before the age of 20.

Unit 6 How often do you exercise?
Exercise 3 Conversation Describing routines
Part A Listen and practice.
Marie: You're really fit, Paul. Do you exercise very much?
Paul: Well,I almost always get up very early,and I lift weights for an hour.
Marie: You're kidding
Paul: No.And then I often go Rollerblading.
Marie: Wow!How often do you exercise like that?
Paul: About five times a week.What about you?
Marie: Oh,I hardly ever exercise.I usually just watch TV in my free time. I guess I'm a real couch potato!

Exercise 4 Grammar focus Adverbs of frequency
How often do you usually exercise?
I lift weights every day.

I go jogging about once a week. 
I play basketball twice a month.

I exercise about three times a year.
I don't exercise very often/very much.

Do you ever watch television in the evening?
Yes,I almost always watch TV after dinner.

I sometimes watch TV before bed. Sometimes I watch TV before bed.
I seldom watch TV in the evening. 
No,I never watch TV.

always/ almost always /usually /often
sometimes /seldom/ hardly ever/ almost never/never

Exercise 5 Pronunciation Sentence stress
Part A Listen to the syllables stressed in each sentence.
Notice that the adverbs of frequency are stressed.
Then practice the sentences.
I hardly ever do yoga in the morning.
I often go Rollerblading on Saturdays.
I almost always play tennis on weekends.

Exercise 9 Conversation Describing exercise Listen and practice.
Rod: You're in great shape, Keith.Do you work out at a gym?
Keith: Yeah,I do.I guess I'm a real fitness freak.
Rod: So,how often do you work out?
Keith: Well,I do aerobics every day after work.And then I play racquetball.
Rod: Say,I like racquetball,too.
Keith: Oh,do you want to play sometimes? 
Rod: Uh,...how well do you play?
Keith: Pretty well, I guess.
Rod: Well,all right. But I'm not very good.
Keith: No problem,Rod I won't play too hard.

Exercise 11 Grammar focus Questions with how; short answers.
How often do you work out? 
Twice a week. 
Not very often.

How much time do you spend at the gym? 
Around two hours a day.

How long do you spend working out? 
I don't work out.

How well do you play racquetball? 
Pretty well.

About average, I guess. 
Not very well.

How good are you at sports? 
I'm pretty good at sports.

I guess I'm OK. 
Not too good.

Unit 7 We had a great time!
Exercise 2 Conversation The weekend
Part A Listen and practice.
Chris: So,what did you do this weekend,Kate?
Kate: Oh,Diane and I went for a drive in the country on Saturday.
Chris: That sounds nice.Where did you go?
Kate: We drove to the lake and had a picnic.We had a great time! How about you?Did you do anything special?
Chris: Not really.I just worked on my car all day.
Kate: That old thing Why don't you just buy a new one?
Chris: But then what would I do every weekend?

Exercise 3 Grammar focus Past tense
Did you stay home on Sunday?Yes.I did. I watch a football game on TV.
No,I didn't.I invited friends out to dinner.

What did you do on Saturday? 
I worked on my car.
I stayed home and studied.

Did you do anything special? 
Yes,I did.I drove to the lake.
No,I didn't.I had to baby-sit.

Where did you go on Sunday? 
I saw a good movie. I went to a concert.

Regular verbs
invite-invited     work-worked      stay-stayed      study-studied

Irregular verbs
drive-drove      go-went          have-had           see-saw          spend-spent

Exercise 4 Pronunciation Reduced forms of did you
Part A
Listen and practice Notice how did you is reduced in the following questions.
Did you have a good time? 
What did you do last night?

Exercise 8 Conversation On vacation Listen and practice
Mike: Hi,Celia!How was your trip to the United States?
Celia: It was terrific.I really enjoyed it.
Mike: Great.How long were you away?
Celia: I was there for about three weeks.
Mike: That's a long time!Was the weather,OK?
Celia: Yes,most of the time.But it snowed a lot in Chicago.
Mike: So,what was the best thing about your trip?
Celia: Oh,that's difficult to say.But I guess I liked Nashville the best.

Exercise 9 Grammar focus past tense of be
Were you always last week? 
Yes,I was.

Was your brother away last week?
 No,he wasn't.

Were you and your sister away last week? 
Yes,we were.

Were your parents away last week? 
No,they weren't.

How long were you away? 
I was away for three weeks.

How was your vacation? 
It was terrific!
Contractions
 was not= wasn't        were not=weren't

Unit 8 How do you like the neighborhood?
Exercise 2 Conversation The neighborhood Listen and practice
Jack: Excuse me.I'm your new neighbor, Jack.I just moved in.
Woman: Oh.Yes?
Jack: I'm looking for a grocery store. Are there any around here?
Woman: Yes,there are some on Pine Street.
Jack: OK.And is there a laundromat near here?
Woman: Well,I think there's one across from the shopping center.
Jack: Thank you.
Woman: By the way, there's a barber shop in the shopping center,too
Jack: A barber shop?

Exercise 3 Grammar focus       There is,       there are;      one,     any,    some
Is there a laundromat near here?
Yes,there is.There's one across from the shopping center.
No,there isn't,but there's one next to the library.
Are there any grocery stores around here?
Yes,there are. There are some Pine Street.
No,there aren't,but there are some on Third Avenue.

Prepositions
on/ next to /across from/opposite /in front of
in back of/behind. /near/close to/ between /on the corner of

Exercise 4 Pronunciation Reduced forms of there is/there are.
Listen and practice
Notice how there is and there are are reduced in conversation.
There's a gym across from the shopping center.
There's a bookstore near the laundromat.
There are some restaurants on Elm Street.
There are some grocery across from the post office.

Exercise 8 Conversation Describing neighborhoods
Part A Listen and practice
Dan: Where do you live,Kim? 
Kim: I live in an apartment downtown
Dan: Oh,that's convenient,but... how much crime is there?
Kim: Not much.But there is a lot of traffic.I can't stand the noise sometimes! Where do you live?
Dan: I have a house in the suburbs.
Kim: Oh,I bet it's really quiet.But is there much to do there?
Dan: No,not much.In fact,nothing ever really happens. That's the trouble
Kim: Hey.Let's trade places one weekend! 
Dan:OK.Great idea!

Exercise 9 Grammar focus How much and how many
Uncountable nouns 
How much crime is there? 
There's a lot.
There's a little. 
There isn't much. 
There isn't any. 
There is none.

Countable nouns
How many restaurants are there?
There are a lot. 
There are a few. 
There aren't many.
There aren't any. 
There are none.

          




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