a. Match the words with the descriptions. Listen and repeat.
b. In pairs: Say which things you have to do at school.a. Listen to two students trying to make plans. Who is busier?b. Now, listen and fill in the blanks.c. In pairs: Does your life sound more like Alan's or Lucy's? Why?a. Listen and repeat.
b. Write sentences with have to using the prompts.c. Fill in the blanks with have to, has to, don't have to, or doesn't have to.d. In pairs: What things do/don't you have to do at home or at s
a. Number the pictures. Listen and repeat. b. In pairs: When did you feel like the people in the pictures?a. Read the letter from James to his aunt. Is James doing well in school?b. Now, read and circle the correct answer.c. In pairs: What subjects do you find the easiest? What do you find the most difficult? a. Listen and repeat. b. Unscramble the sentences.
c. Write sentences using the pictures and the prompts. d. In pairs: Talk about how you feel about school and why. Use the adjectives in
a. In pairs: Do you know the building in the picture? What do you think is good or bad about studying abroad? a. Listen to a teacher giving a presentation about studying abroad. What grade do you think her class is?b. Now, listen and answer the questions.a. Read the article. Did Anna have more good or bad experiences during her time in Spain?
b. Now, read and write True or False.c. In pairs: Would you like to study abroad? What problems do you think you would have?a. Read about using conjuncti
You will hear five short conversations. You will hear each conversation twice. There is one question for each conversation. For each question, choose the correct answer (A, B, or C). Read the article about Anna's school year. Choose the correct answer (A, B, or C).Circle the correct words.Underline the mistakes and write the correct answers on the lines. a. Circle the word that has the underlined part pronounced differently from the others.b. Circle the word that differs from the other three in