a. Fill in the table. Listen and repeat.b. In pairs: Discuss which renewable energy source could be useful where you live. a. Listen to Emma and James talking to experts at an energy convention.What do they want to learn about?b. Now, listen and circle True or False. c. In pairs: What sources of energy does your country use? Do you think it uses more non-renewable or renewable energy? a. Listen and repeat.b. Unscramble the sentences.c. Look at the table and write the sentences. d. In pairs: Comp
a. Match the words with the pictures. b. Add each word/phrase (5–9) to the correct column. Listen and repeat. c. In pairs: Discuss which energies you think are clean to run or cause pollution.a. Read the text and underline the correct title. b. Now, read and answer the questions.c. In pairs: Which of the energy sources is the best choice for the future of your country?a. Listen and repeat.b. Write sentences using the prompts.c. Fill in the blanks using “and or , but”.d. In pairs: Make sentences
In pairs: Look at the picture. What problem can you see? What causes it? What can we do to improve it?a. Listen to an interview. What is Harry's job? b. Now, listen and answer the questions.a. Read Elizabeth's email and circle Windrush City's biggest problem. b. Now, read and fill in the blanks.
c. In pairs: Is your town polluted? What are the causes? What should your town do to improve it?a. Read about writing formal emails. Then, read Elizabeth's email again and number the parts that are mor
Listen to Steve talking to Alice about energy. For each question, choose the correct answer (A, B, or C). You will hear the conversation twice. Read the text about Midnight City. Choose the correct answer (A, B, or C).Fill in the blanks with the words from the box.Combine the sentences using and or but. Circle the word that differs from the other three in the position of primary stress in each of the following questions. b. Circle the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from