Tick (v) the correct response.
Example: What time is it?
A Half past six. B Twenty minutes. C Two pounds fifty.
1 Have a nice day
A You too. B You're welcome. C Yes, please.
2 What do you do?
A Fine, thanks. B I'm a doctor. C I don't do that.
3 I'm really sorry.
A Yes, you are. B That's OK. C See you soon.
4 How much is that?
A Thirty kilometres. B Thirty minutes. C Thirty euros.
5 Thank you very much.
A You're welcome. B Here you are. C Please.
6 A ticket to Glasgow, please.
A Single or double? B Single or married? C Single or return?
7 What's the date today?
A It's the sixth. B It's Thursday. C It's the summer.
8 What do you think of it?
A It's awful. B I don't think. C I like him.
9 Is there a bank near here?
A No, it isn't here. B Yes, there's one in Hope Street.
C Yes, you can change money.
10 What are you going to do tomorrow?
A It depends on the weather. B It's next to the supermarket.
C It's on the left.
1 Read the text and tick
(v) Yes or No. Teenagers then and now.
Jill Davies is an accountant. She's 42, she's
married, she has two children, and she lives in
a small village in the north of England. But 25
years ago she was an 18-year-old teenager. It
was the 1980s and she lived in Manchester.
'I hated being a teenager,'
says Jill. 'Now, I look back, and I think, 'Wow,
what a fantastic time!' but then it was terrible.
I didn't like my hair or my clothes. I thought
my dad was great, but I didn't like my mum. She
told me what to do all the time but I never listened!
I wanted to be cool, but I wasn't. I didn't have
a boyfriend and my clothes were terrible. I wore
short skirts and tight jeans and a lot of make-up.
I listened to New Romantic pop music - Duran Duran
and Boy George were my favourites - and at the
weekend I went out to discos and didn't come home
until two or three in the morning.'
'Today, everybody goes
to university when they leave school, but when
I was young, this wasn't true. My friends and
I left school at 18, and there weren't any jobs.
I worked in a shop for three years. I was 22 when
I went to college and trained to be an accountant.'
Emily Johnson is a student, and she's going to
be 18 next week. She lives in Stockport, a town
near Manchester, with some friends. Her parents
and her younger brother live in a house nearby.
'I like being a teenager,'
says Emily. 'I have good friends and a really
nice boyfriend. I don't go out very often, but
I text my friends all the time or we chat online.
On weekdays, I meet my friends in a cafe near
college, or I watch DVDs at my boyfriend's house.
Sometimes we go to the cinema on Saturday night.
I usually wear comfortable clothes - T-shirts
and jeans. And I download a lot of music from
the Internet. I love listening to Kate Nash and
Lily Allen. They're really cool.'
'I study French at school,
but I'm going to do Spanish at university next
year. I love languages and I want to work in different
Example: Is Jill married? Yes No
1 Does she have any children? Yes No 2 Does she live in Manchester now? Yes No 3 Was she happy when she was 18? Yes No 4 Did she like her father? Yes No 5 Did she have a boyfriend? Yes No 6 Did she go to university? Yes No 7 Does Emily live with her parents? Yes
No 8 Does she often go out at the weekend?
Yes No 9 Is she at university at the moment? Yes
2 Read the text again and
complete the sentences below with one word from
Example: Today, Jill lives in a .
1 Jill never listened to her. 2 Jill often went to at the weekend. 3 Jill's left school when they were 18. 4 Jill started studying accountancy at
when she was 22. 5 Emily often watches DVDs with her 6 Emily wants to studyat university.
Answer the questions and
write about your life. MY LIFE.
How old are you?
If you are a teenager, describe your life now.
Where do you live and who with?
What do you like doing?
What do you do at the weekend?
What are you going to do next?
If you aren't a teenager, describe your life when
you were 18.
Where did you live and who with?
What did you like doing?
What did you do at the weekend?