Open the link below to listen the conversation and do the exercises to practice your listening !
1. What do you know about Ravi? Tick all the phrases that you think are true.
There may be more than one right answer.
a) he’s from Manchester
b) he likes football
c) he likes riding his mountain bike
d) he’s 23
2. What do you know about Tess? Tick all the phrases that you think are true
a) she’s from London
b) she likes dancing
c) she’s 23
d) she’s a great cook
EXERCISE – SECTION 2
Why does Zara like Angelina Jolie? Tick all the phrases that you think are true – there may be more than one right answer.
a) because she’s rich
b) because she uses her money to help people
c) because she’s a great actress
d) because she looks good on film
EXERCISE – SECTION 3
Who wins the game? Tick the correct answer.
EXERCISE – SECTION 4
What do you know about Central Park? Tick all the phrases that you think are true. Remember, there may be more than one right answer.
a) people do sports there
b) a lot of animals and birds live there
c) it is more than 100 years old
d) it was designed as a park for rich people
EXERCISE – SECTION 5
How many people on ‘Your Turn’ think that celebrity charity is a good thing? Tick the correct number.
EXERCISE – SECTION 6
What do we know about Carolina at the end of this section? Tick all the phrases that you think are true.
a) she comes from Venezuela
b) she has been to Britain before
c) she is going to study in Newcastle
d) she’s going to do a three-year course
e) she can’t work in Britain
Look at these conversations that Carolina had in the airport. Put the expressions in the right places.
- Can I see your passport please
- What are you going to do here
- Excuse me
- How long do you intend to stay
- Do you intend to work
- Here you are
- Where have you travelled from
- Good evening
- Thank you
Carolina:  ______________________________, is this the right line for immigration?
Old woman: It depends, dear. What nationality are you?
Immigration Officer:  ______________________________.
Carolina: Good evening.
Immigration Officer:  ______________________________ today?
Carolina: From Venezuela. From Caracas.
Immigration Officer: OK.  ______________________________?
Carolina: Yes, here you are.
Immigration Officer:  ______________________________?
Carolina: I’m a student. I’m going to study at the University of Newcastle.
Immigration Officer: Is it a full-time course or a part-time course?
Carolina: Full-time. It’s a full-time course.
Immigration Officer: And  ______________________________?
Carolina: Three years.
Immigration Officer:  ______________________________ in this country?
Carolina: No. Well, maybe in the holidays. Is that OK?
Immigration Officer: Yes, students can work in the holidays. OK, I’ll just stamp your passport.
 ______________________________. Your passport.
Carolina:  ______________________________.
Look again at some conversations in the airport. Choose all the phrases the people can say – there is always more than one correct answer.
1: Excuse me ______________________________ for immigration?
a Am I in the right line
b Is this the right line
c Is this the queue
d Are you the line
2: Where ______________________________ today?
From Venezuela. From Caracas.
a have you arrived from
b do you come from
c have you travelled from
d was your flight from
3: Can I see your passport please?
a Here I am.
b Here you are.
c Here it is.
d Here she is.
4: ______________________________ here in the UK?
I’m a student. I’m going to study.
a What are you going to do
b Why are you
c What are you planning to do
d What do you intend to do
5: How long ______________________________ to stay in the UK?
a do you
b do you intend
c are you planning
d are you going to
6: Here’s your passport. Enjoy your stay.
a Thank you
b Same to you
c Thank you very much
d Yes please
EXERCISE – SECTION 7
8. Does the chicken read the books from the library? Tick the correct answer.
Read the sentences below, and put them in the right order.
You can either cut them up and arrange them, or write the number in the space on the left
( ___ ) But this time the librarian thinks, “Hmm, this is strange” so she decides to follow the chicken.
( ___ ) It walks up to the counter and says to the librarian “Book, book”. The librarian gives
( ___ ) One hour later, the chicken walks back into the library.
( ___ ) She goes out of the library and follows the chicken.
( ___ ) A chicken walks into a library, walks up to the counter and says to the librarian “Book, book”.
( ___ )Sitting by the lake is a big, fat frog.
( ___ ) the chicken two books and the chicken walks out of the library. An hour later,
( ___ )The chicken crosses the road, walks along the street, turns the corner, until it comes to the lake.
( ___ )The chicken gives the books to the frog and the frog looks at them and says “Read it, Read it”.
( ___ )The librarian gives the chicken two books – she puts the books on the chicken’s head – and the chicken walks out of the library.
( ___ )this happens again. “Book, book”, and the chicken walks out of the library with two books on its head.