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Introduction Section One: People


Personal details The family Parts of the body: The face Parts of the body: The body Verbs to describe daily routines Verbs you can use to talk about your life

Published by the Penguin Group Penguin Books Ltd, 27 Wrights Lane, London W8 5TZ, England Penguin Books USA Inc., 375 Hudson Street, New York, New York 10014, USA Penguin Books Australia Ltd, Ringwood, Victoria, Australia Penguin Books Canada Ltd, 10 Alcorn Avenue, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4V 3B2 Penguin Books (NZ) Ltd, 182-190 Wairau Road, Auckland 10, New Zealand Penguin Books Ltd, Registered Offices: Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England Published by Penguin Books, 1994 10987654321 Text copyright 0Peter Watcyn-Jones, 1994 Illustrations copyright O Raymond Turvey and Neville Swaine (David Lewis Illustrators), 1994 All rights reserved The moral right of the author and illustrators has been asserted Printed and bound in Great Britain by Butler & Tanner Ltd, Frome and London Set in 11/16 Linotron Century Schoolbook Except in the United States of America, this book is sold subject to the condition that it shall not, by way of trade or otherwise, be lent, re-sold, hired out, or otherwise circulated without the publisher's prior consent in any form of binding or cover other than that in which it is published and without a similar condition including this condition being imposed on the subsequent purchaser

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Describing people: Clothes 1 Describing people: Clothes 2 Describing people: Physical appearance Describing people: Character Nationalities Useful phrases

Section Two: House and home


Places to live 24 Inside a house 26 Outside a house 28 30 Rooms of a house: The kitchen Rooms of a house: The living-room 31 Rooms of a house: The bathroom Rooms of a house: The bedroom Jobs and activities in the home Things in the home Useful phrases

Section Three: Jobs, sport and leisure


Jobs 1 Who does what? Jobs 2 Who uses what? Adjectives you can use to describe a job In an office
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Places where you play or do sports Popular sports What do you use? Hobbies and pastimes What are they called and where do you use them? Useful phrases

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Section One: People


Personal details
Put the following words i n the correct places 1-1 0 i n the form below.

Age Children Christian name Country Job

Married or single Nationality Street Surname Town/Village

Smith William thirty-six


Address 4
64 Highland Road

Bournemouth England Canadian married


1 boy, 2 girls

taxi driver

Parts of the body: 'The face


Look at the drawing below and write the correct numbers 1-1 6 next to the following words. cheek chin ear eye eyebrow eyelashes forehead hair jaw lip mouth neck nose teeth throat tongue

Parts of the body: The body


Look a t the drawing below and write the correct numbers 1-20 next to the following words.
anMe arm back bottom chest

elbow finger foot hand head

heel knee 1% shoulder stomach

thigh thumb toe waist wrist

Verbs to describe daily routines


Read about Linda Taylor's typical day below and supply the missing verbs 1-30. Choose from the following:
brush buy catch eat fall asleep find out finish get dressed get home get U P go to go to bed goes off have breakfast have dinner have lunch have a break have a shower leave home lie listen to meet phone pop into read set start work turn off wake up watch TV

at 7.00 when my alarm clock I usually (1) (2) . 1 (3) it there in straight away and then usually just (4) bed for another five or ten minutes before I finally (5) .I go to the bathroom, (6) 7 my teeth and then (8) (7)
- cornflakes, toast, a boiled egg I usually (9) I norand coffee - at about 7.40. While I (10) the news on the radio. mally (11)

I(12) (13) station to (14) I(15) (16)

at about 7.50. I always Mr Brown the newsagent's on my way to the a daily newspaper. the eight o'clock train to work and usually the newspaper on it.

I(17) at 9.00 and (18) at 5.00. for tea or coffee and I At eleven o'clock we (19) at 12.30 - I usually go with some always (20) friends to an Italian restaurant just round the corner.

Verbs you can use to talk about your life


Look at the drawings ofPeter Steele's life. Write the correct verb under each drawing. Use the past simple tense of each verb. be born be buried become a grandfather buy a house die fall in love get a new job get divorced get engaged get married go to university have children learn to drive leave school live by the seaside meet his future wife move remarry retire start school start work

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