1. Match the rooms (1-5) to the pictures (A-E). Listen and check, then repeat. 2. Listen, point and say. What are these words in your language? 3. Complete the table with the number of the word in Exercise 2. 4. Ask and answer as in the example.
1. Look at the picture. What type of house is it? Listen and read to find out. 2. Read the text and complete the sentences. 3. Read the text again. Find two pieces of furniture and one appliance. 4. Find the adjectives in the text that are opposites to the adjectives below. 5. Listen and repeat. Then complete the gaps with the words in the picture.
1. Read the theory box. Write the plurals. 2. Look at the picture. Write what Mary says. 3. Read the table. Complete the gaps with is, isn’t, are, or aren’t. 4. Complete the gaps with the correct form of there is – there are. 5. Look at Paul’s living room. Ask ans answer questions as in the example.
1. Look at the map. Listen and repeat. 2. Tell your partner which places are/ aren’t there near your house. 3. Use the phrases in the box and the map to give directions from: 4. Look at the pictures below. In which of the places in Exercise 1 can you see them? What do they mean?
1a) Which is Barry's bedroom, A or B? Read through the dialogue to find out. 1b) Complete the dialogue with the sentences (A-D). Listen and check. Which words are stresses in each sentence? 2. Act out the dialogue in pairs. 3. Complete the exchanges with the phrases below. 4. Act out a dialogue similar to the one in Exercise 1 about your house and bedroom. Mind the sentence stress.