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Olga Korchazhkina School # 1678. P 2. The problems with her neighbours are: they neighbours are: they 1. The woman’s surname can be spelled like: can.

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1 Olga Korchazhkina School # 1678

2 P 2. The problems with her neighbours are: they neighbours are: they 1. The woman’s surname can be spelled like: can be spelled like: a) Smeeth b) Smithe c) Smit d) Smythe e) Smiths a) make a lot of noise b) have a lot of guests c) throw litter in their garden d) look untidy e) laugh a lot Click on the right answers Ex. 4, p.12. Ex. 4, p.12. Listen to a woman phoning ‘Neighbours From Hell’ help line

3 P 4. The ways to resolve the problem are: the problem are: a) sleep during the day b) work in the garden c) watch television e) have a quiet neighbourhood f) resolve the problem by herself a) to speak to the neighbours b) to fix the troubles in a diary c) to invite a lot of noisy friends d) to call the police e) to phone “Neighbours From Hell” help line again 3. She can’t do the following things: following things: Click on the right answers Ex. 4, p.12. Ex. 4, p.12. Listen to a woman calling to ‘Neighbours From Hell’ help line

4 2Speaker a) speak about their school/after school experience b) speak about groups of their friends c) are sorry for something d) are satisfied with something e) decided to do something f) changed his/her mind 1. Find the speakers who: Print: 1,2,3,4 or 5 from 1 to 5 P Ex. 3, p.30. Ex. 3, p.30. Listen to five young people speaking about their views on peer pressure

5 a) amazed b) angry c) proud d) ashamed e) full of hopes f) lonely Highlight, then drag and drop P 2. Find the speaker who was/felt: Ex. 3, p.30. Ex. 3, p.30. Listen to five young people speaking about their views on peer pressure

6 a) have been more sympathetic b) not have changed his/her appearance c) have thought so when he/ she was a teenager d) have changed his/her values e) have been more decisive from the beginning f) have ignored his/her friend P 3. Find the speaker who thinks he/she should: Highlight, then drag and drop Ex. 3, p.30. Ex. 3, p.30. Listen to five young people speaking about their views on peer pressure

7 a) give advice b) show that he/she had made the right choice c) make his/her child study playing the violin d) show his/her strange behaviour e) show that he/she had lost the chance f) pour his/her heart out P 4. Find the speaker who wants to: Highlight, then drag and drop Ex. 3, p.30. Ex. 3, p.30. Listen to five young people speaking about their views on peer pressure

8 a) he lives in East Swinton; b) he can take part in the project; c) the company has snow drops on sale. 1. Mike Browne wants to know if P 2. The group is not going to plant the bulbs a) in their gardens; b) in the local park; c) around the city. a) as many bulbs as Mike needs; b) 500 types; c) 1 million types. 3.The company is ready to send 4.The aim of the company is to a) give away 1 mil bulbs; b) decorate the city with flowers; c) to send leaflets about flowers. Exam task 1, p.24. Exam task 1, p.24. Listen to the dialogue on the phone

9 1) That area is in the project. 2) Ok, and for our, could I ask where exactly you are going to plant the bulbs? 3) Well, the members of our neighbourhood group are going to plant them in their gardens and then we’re going to get and plant them in the local park too, under the trees. 4) Oh…errr…well, I’d be happy with a but perhaps you could include some tulips in different ? 5) You should be receiving the bulbs the next week. We’ll also send you some leaflets to hand to friends. First, press First, press the button the button P Exam task 1, p.24. Exam task 1, p.24. Listen to the dialogue on the phone 5. Fill in the gaps in the following phrased taken from the dialogue:

10 1. Rearrange the main ideas of the talk in the proper order: P Exam task 2, p.42. Exam task 2, p.42. Listen to a plastic surgeon speaking about teenagers and plastic surgery Highlight, then drag and drop

11 P 2. Which of these pieces of information weren’t mentioned in the talk? weren’t mentioned in the talk? a) Nowadays, teenagers aren’t usually physically fit. b) There are two types of plastic surgery. c) Teenagers don’t usually obey their parents when decide to change the way they look. d) A lot of teenagers think plastic surgery will solve all their problems. e) Statistics on the accidents in plastic surgery for teenagers is shocking. f) Teenagers should turn their attention to their development and understanding their identity. Click on the right answers Exam task 2, p.42. Exam task 2, p.42. Listen to a plastic surgeon speaking about teenagers and plastic surgery Press the buttons to be sure you’re right

12 a) reach; b) beautiful; c) healthy. 1)...now we live in a society where more importance is placed on being... P a) to keep the glamorous image of cosmetic surgery; b) the well-being of the patients; c) low self esteem of teenagers. 2)... cosmetic surgery... 3)...the most important concern of cosmetic surgery is... of cosmetic surgery is... Exam task 2, p.42. Exam task 2, p.42. Listen to a plastic surgeon speaking about teenagers and plastic surgery 3. Dr Edmond Hunt says that: a) improves your appearance; b) corrects defects on your face and body; c) does nothing to help you.

13 a) emotionally mature; b) expensive; c) qualified. 4)... a good surgeon means a more.... doctor. P a) ”Have the power to make yourself happier”; b) “Take the opportunity if you can”; c) “Think carefully”. 5) while preparing for the operation we must help... 6) his advice before having plastic surgery is:... Exam task 2, p.42. Exam task 2, p.42. Listen to a plastic surgeon speaking about teenagers and plastic surgery Dr Edmond Hunt says that: a) teenagers change their image without reason; b) certify plastic surgeons; c) teenagers make the right choice.

14 P Ex. 4, p.12. Ex. 4, p.12. Listen to a woman phoning ‘Neighbours From Hell’ help line

15 P Ex. 3, p.30. Ex. 3, p.30. Listen to five young people speaking about their views on peer pressure

16 P Exam task 1, p.24. Exam task 1, p.24. Listen to the dialogue on the phone

17 P Exam task 2, p.42. Exam task 2, p.42. Listen to a plastic surgeon speaking about teenagers and plastic surgery


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