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Where are the tickets? At one thirty. Can you turn the printer off?
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Which video would you like? Answers to Unit Unit 10, page 86 1. CD player 7. Unit 10, page 87 Unit 10, page 88 A. Unit 10, page 89 1. Unit 10, page 90 1. Unit 10, page 92 1. Where 2. Why 3. When 5. Unit 10, page 93 1. Do you want to watch TV? Maybe you forgot it. Three to the city please. Where is the telephone? Beside reception. I like watching sport. So do I. When does the movie start? After the news. Unit 10, page 94 1. Why are you late? I went to the wrong restaurant. Can we buy a new suitcase? Have we got enough money? Where can I get a taxi? In front of the hotel.
Which movie would you like to see? Why do you want that video? It might be interesting. Here are the words you will learn to use: bottom drawer creased hat jumper skirt tie work bra dirty herself mark socks top drawer worried burnt dress himself myself stockings torn yourself chest of dresser hole ourselves suit trousers yourselves drawers clean either jacket pants themselves wardrobe coat fall jeans shirt tee shirt wear.
Did you hurt yourself? That must be Mr Ross. Here are the words you will learn to use: bench happy room unhappy comfortable hurry safe unpack dentist motorbike truck unsafe done up move uncomfortable x-ray fix pack undone. Can you move your arm? A truck is safer than a motorbike. Grammar tips: The new structures in this unit are causatives, comparatives and adjectives with un-.
Here are the words you will learn to use: arm bruised cough eye knee rash swollen band aid careful crutches few medicine rest tablet bandage careless cut finger mouth scratch thumb birthday caution danger hair nose show tongue bite chest exercise itchy prescription soon until.
Here are some phrases you will learn to use: take off put on stay in bed stop smoking. Here are some sentences you will practice: You should take off your jacket. I was having breakfast when the phone rang. You need more exercise. You should stop smoking. Show him your ticket. I burnt my arm. Here are some sentences you will practice: Can I borrow your saw, please? Could I have a receipt, please? Can I have a refund, please? You need a ten percent deposit. Eight divided by four equals two.
Does that include ten percent discount? How far is Meltone? Does it hurt? Yes, it does. In the top drawer. My watch is broken. I hurt myself. You should get a refund. Will the bus come soon? Sign here please. In a few minutes. It might be in the car. You might need a bandage. Does that include a discount? You need to rest. Can I borrow your pen? Do you need a deposit? You should put on a jumper. Unit 15, page 1. T-shirt Unit 15, page Unit 15, page A. These trousers are torn.
Why did you bring your laptop? In case I do some work. Can I get a refund for this shirt? Have you got a receipt? You must be tired. These new trousers are too small. It might be in the kitchen. It must be around here somewhere. Here are the words you will learn to use: other price sale same size special.
Here are some phrases you will learn to use: half price anything else just right other one over there try on pair of. Here are some sentences you will practice: They are the same price. The big one is more expensive than the small one. Would you like anything else? Can I try them on? Grammar tips: The new structure in this unit is more about comparatives. Here are some phrases you will learn to use: a plate of. The service was very slow. Put everything in the suitcase. She can swim. Grammar tips: The new structure in this unit is modals of ability. Here are some phrases you will learn to use: as … as If I win.
If I won. I rarely win. Grammar tips: The new structures in this unit are conditionals and adverbs of frequency. Here are the words you will learn to use: accept badly change immediately lottery piano team violinist apply celebrate congratulations interview pianist report violin wish. Here are some phrases you will learn to use: well done good luck bad luck as soon as possible go out just a moment job advertisement.
Here are some sentences you will practice: He applied for the job. I need the August sales report. When can you start? I wish I had a big car. I wish I could play the piano well. I play the piano badly. Grammar tips: The new structures in this unit are adjectives and adverbs. Is your shirt too big? That way. Which way to the bank? Your jeans look good. He likes going to the movies.
So will I. So does she. Neither will I. Neither can they. Neither do I.
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Neither are we. As soon as possible. When should we leave? When will you be back? Bad luck. Good luck. Yes, of course. My job interview is this afternoon. In five minutes. Unit 20, page 1. Unit 20, page A. Are these shoes too small? Is the skirt too long? This is too small. Neither can I. I have to go soon. So do we. Neither will we. What time is the party? Seven thirty. When do you need a flight? In two hours. Answers to practice pages.
Unit 1, page 7 1. Unit 7, page 66 4. Behind the sofa. In front of his house. Beside the TV.
Under the bed. On the table. Unit 11, page On the bed. On the chair. In the wardrobe. On the dresser. Unit 14, page 4. Would you lend me your scarf, please? Unit 16, page 4. One of them is new. The other one is old. Unit 19, page 1. I wish I was rich. I wish I had a big house. I wish I played the violin well. Unit 19, page Read Free For 30 Days.
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Answers to Unit 10 Unit 10, page 86 1. Answers to practice pages Unit 1, page 7 1. Unit 9, page 80 7. He will lift it. He might lift it. Unit 9, page 81 4.