1. Read the notes about Lucy’s photos. Match the names in the notes with people 1–10 in the photos. 2. Read the text again and match the words in blue in the text with eight opposite words from the box. Then listen and check. Write names for 1–6. USE IT! Ask and answer the questions. Use the Key Phrases to help you. Then change the words in blue to invent new questions.
1. Look for examples of the verb be in the text on page 6. How many examples can you find? Compare with your partner. 2. Write true sentences using affirmative and negative forms of be. 3. Complete the questions and answers. 4. Make new questions. Change the words in blue in exercise 3. Ask your partner. 5. Complete the table with possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns. 6. Complete the dialogue with the correct subject pronouns, possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns. 7. Fill in th
1. Read and listen to the dialogue. Then complete the table with the words in blue in the dialogue. Add more words to the table. 2. Check the meaning of the words in blue and choose the correct words. Then write sentences about your school. 3. Talk about your timetable using the prepositions of time.
1. Look at the examples from the dialogue on page 8. What are the he / she / it forms of the words in bold? 2. Look at the photos. Complete the sentences with the correct forms of have got. 3. Write six questions with the correct forms of have got and the words in the boxes. Then work in pairs. Ask and answer your questions. 4. Complete the sentences. Then check your answers in the dialogue on page 8. When do we use any? 5. Complete the quiz with is there or are there. Then answer the questions.