Unit 9 ENGLISH IN THE WORLD
Do you think the tone of voice goes up or down at the end? Draw rising or falling arrows in the responses (B). Then practise reading the short conversations.
In each pair of the following short conversations, the responses are the same but the tones are different. Draw rising or falling arrows in the responses (B) to show if you think the tone of voice goes up or down. Then practise reading the short conversations.
B VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR
Choose the best answer A, B, C, or D to complete the sentences.
Match the words (1-6) to their definitions (A-F).
Read the two paragraphs below and fill each blank with a suitable word from the boxes.
Use your own ideas to complete these sentences.
Complete the sentences by choosing the most suitable ending from the box and making it into a relative clause.
Read the following conversation and fill each blank with a suitable relative pronoun.
Choose the correct statement (A-F) to complete the following conversation. Practise the conversation with your partner.
Read the paragraph and choose the most suitable answer A, B, C, or D for each of the gaps.
Fill each of the blanks with an appropriate word to complete the passage.
Read the following passage and answer the questions.
For each of the sentences below, write a new sentence as similar as possible in meaning to the original sentence, using the given word. This word must not be altered in any way.
a Should we learn English at home or in an English-speaking country? Complete the table below with your own ideas.
b Now write about the advantages/disadvantages of learning English in an English-speaking country (about 100 - 120 words). Use the ideas in 2a.
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