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    CONTENT

    UNIT 1

    Caught in the rush

    Grammar: Adverbs of quantity and indirect questions from wh-questions

    UNIT 2

    It’s the greatest

    Grammar: Comparison

    UNIT 3

    World Travel

    Grammar: Future – be going to and will

    UNIT 4

    Life changes

    Grammar: Describing changes with the present tense, comparative, the past tense and the present perfect

    UNIT 5

    Someone’s past information and recent past event

    Grammar: Past tense, past continuous tense and present perfect continuous

    UNIT 6

    Body language, gestures and meanings

    Grammar: Modals and adverbs

    UNIT 7

    Technology, instruction and advice

    Grammar: Gerund, infinitive and infinitive complement

    UNIT 8

    World Knowledge

    Grammar: Passive

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    UNIT 9

    Consequences

    Grammar: Conditional sentence

    UNIT 10

    Speculation, predicament and hopes

    Grammar: Unreal conditional sentence

    UNIT 11

    Request, excuses and invitation

    Grammar: Reported speech

    UNIT 12

    Entertainment, movies and books; reaction and opinion

    Grammar: Participles as adjectives and relative clauses

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    UNIT 1

    Caught in the rush

    Grammar: Adverbs of quantity and indirect questions from wh-questions

    I. Read and practice this conversation

    Lynn : Why is there never a bus when you want one?

    Sam : Good question. There aren’t enough buses on this route.

    Lynn : Sometimes I feel like writing a letter without the paper

    Sam : Good idea. You should say that we need more subway lines, too.

    Lynn : Yeah. There should be more public transportation in general.

    Sam : And fewer cars! There’s too much traffic.

    Lynn : Say, is that our bus coming?

    Sam : Yes, it is. But look. It’s full!

    Lynn : Oh, no! Let’s go and get a cup of coffee. We can talk about this letter I’m going to write.

    II. Grammar Focus

    A." Adverbs of quantity

    With countable nouns With uncountable nouns

    There are too many cars.

    There aren’t enough buses.

    We need more subway lines.

    There should be fewer cars.

    There is too much traffic.

    There isn’t enough parking.

    We need more public transportation.

    There should be less pollution.

    B." Indirect questions from Wh-questions

    Wh-questions with be Indirect questions

    •"Where is the bank? •"Where is the taxi stand?

    •"Could you tell me where the bank is? •"Do you know where the taxi stand is?

    Wh-questions with do or did Indirect questions

    •"How often does the bus leave for the city?

    •"When did Flight 566 arrive?

    •"Can you tell me how often the bus leaves for the city?

    •"Do you know when Flight 566 arrived?

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    •"What time does the duty-free shop open?

    •"Do you know what time the duty-free shop opens?

    III. Exercises

    A." Complete these statements about transportation problems. Then compare with a partner. (More than one answer may be possible)

    1." There are ………………..police officers. 2." There should be …………..cars in the city. 3." There is ……………….public transportation. 4." The government needs to build …………………..highways. 5." There should be …………………noise. 6." We should have …………………….public parking garages. 7." There is ………………….air pollution in the city. 8." There are …………………..cars parked on the streets.

    B." Complete these statements about the city you are living in. Then compare with others.

    1." The city needs to provide more………………… 2." We have too many ……………………. 3." There’s too much ……………………… 4." There should be fewer ……………………….. 5." We don’t have enough ………………………….. 6." There should be less …………………………

    C." Choose the right option :

    1. There should be police officers.

    2. There are cars on the street.

    3. There is crime in the city.

    4. There should be pollution in São Paulo.

    5. We need public transportation in our city.

    6. There enough buses in our country.

    7. There enough parking in Rio de Janeiro.

    8. There should be noise near my house.

    9. There are motorcycles on the streets.

    10. There is crime in Recife.

    11. We don't have signs on the highways.

    12. There should be subway lines in São Paulo.

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    13. There enough parking lots in the city.

    14. When you drive at 6:00 pm, there is traffic.

    15. There aren't enough bicycle in the parks.

    16. I always buy newspaper in a news .

    17. I hate driving with traffic . D."Write indirect questions using these Wh-questions.

    1." How much does a newspaper cost?

    2." Where is the nearest cash machine?

    3." What time do the restaurants open?

    4." How often do the buses come?

    5." Where can you get a good hamburger?

    6." How late do the nightclubs stay open?

    UNIT 2

    It’s the greatest

    Grammar: Comparison

    I. Read and practice this conversation

    Alan : Gee, Los Angeles is a terrible place to live! I’m glad I live in New York.

    Sue : Come on! L.A. is much nicer than New York! It’s warmer, it’s cheaper, and it’s cleaner.

    Alan : Cleaner? Are you kidding? Anyway, I love New York. It’s much more exciting than L.A. And the people are friendlier, too.

    Sue : Well, you can have New York!

    Alan : And you can have L.A.!

    II. Grammar Focus

    Comparisons with adjectives

    Adjective Comparative Superlative

    Large larger the largest

    Big bigger the biggest

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    Warm warmer the warmest

    Dry drier the driest

    Beautiful more beautiful the most beautiful

    Famous more famous the most famous

    Good better the best

    Bad worse the worst

    Crowded more crowded the most crowded

    Expensive more expensive the most expensive

    Modern more modern the most modern

    Hot hotter the hottest

    Is New York bigger than Miami?

    Yes, New York is bigger. / No, Miami is bigger

    Is New York more expensive than Miami?

    Yes, New York is more expensive. / No, Miami is more expensive

    Which is warmer, Miami or New York?

    Miami is warmer than New York.

    Which country is larger, Canada or China?

    Canada is larger than China.

    Which country is the largest, Germany, Canada or China?

    Germany is the largest country of the three.

    III. Exercise

    A." Complete these conversations.

    X: Is Vancouver ………………….(cool) in winter ………………Toronto?

    Y: No, Toronto is much ………………….(cold). It’s great for skiing.

    X: Which city is ……………………………(interesting), London or Paris?

    Y: I think London is ………………………….(exciting) ………………… Paris.

    It has great shopping and good night life. But I love Paris in the spring.

    X: Is Singapore …………………(large) ……………….. Hong Kong?

    Y: No, it isn’t. Hong Kong is …………………(big) and ……………………..(crowded). But you know, they are both fascinating places.

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    X: Which is …………………….(cheap), Tokyo or Taipei?

    Y: Taipei is much ……………………(cheap) …………….. Tokyo.

    B." Write questions using the words in the brackets with superlative. Then answer them.

    1." (what/large/city/your country?) What is……………………………………………...

    2." (who/famous singer/your country?) Who is….……………………………………….

    3." (what/popular sport/your country?) What ……………………………………………

    4." (what/expensive thing/you/ever bought?) ..…………………………………………..

    5." (what/happy day/your life?) What was ………………………………………………

    6." (what/stupid thing/ you/ever done?) …………………………………………………

    7." (who/intelligent person/you know?) …………………………………………………

    8." (who/beautiful person/you know?) …………………………………………………..

    C." Write about the most interesting place or thing that you have ever visited or had in your life.Tell to the class about that.

    D." Play games

    How much do you k