Unit 1 Homes
Lesson 1 Different homes
1 Vocabulary Circle the correct words.
1 high-rise flat / villa.
2 bungalow / high-rise flat
3 bungalow / hut
4 palace / eco-house
2 2 Listen Where does Talya live? What kind of house does she live in?
2 3 Listen again and circle the correct answers.
1 Talya lives ...
a near the port b in a big city c in the old town
2 ... people live in Istanbul.
a 10 thousand b 10 million c 100 million
3 Her grandparents live in a(n)… house.
a brick b wooden c eco-house
4 Her friend's house is … and comfortable.
a old b energy-efficient c modern
1 Vocabulary Materials
What are the objects made of?
1 ntsoe / Stone
2 sgsla / glass
3 owod / Wood
2 Challenge Imagine you live in a palace. Draw a picture of your palace and then write about it. Use the sentence starters to help you.
My palace is made of stone glass and wood
It's got 10 bedrooms 20 bath rooms and 2 Kitchens
I like where I live because It is large space
Lesson 3 Strange buildings
1 Vocabulary Places
Sort the letters and write the words.
ohoslc / school
umesmu / museum
birlray / library
osph / Shop
ateethr / theatre
ohseu / house
Use of English
Modal verbs of probability
We use modal verbs of probability when we think about possible situations in the present.
It can't be a house. (I'm certain it's not true.)
It could be a museum. (Perhaps it's true.)
It might not be a shopping centre. (Perhaps it's not true.)
It must be a petrol station. (I'm certain it's true.)
2 Use of English Circle the correct modal verbs for the best answers.
1 Anna lives in a big house.
She might / can't be rich.
2 Mary doesn't know how to get to Buckingham Palace.
She can't/ must live in London.
3 Peter isn't at home. He told me he had a football match.
He can't / must be at the park.
4 It takes Alex one hour to get to school,
He doesn't live far from school. There can't / could be a lot of traffic in the morning.
3 Complete the sentences with the correct modal verb
1 I'm certain that Alice lives in this villa
I can see her cat.
Alice must live in this villa - that's her cat.
2 Perhaps the school is at the end of this road.
The school might be at the end of this road.
3 I'm certain that the building isn't a library any more.
That building cant be a library any more. No-one ever goes in.
4 Perhaps it's a theatre. I can see people queuing up outside.
It must be a theatre. I can see people queuing up outside.
5 Perhaps it's not a museum, but it could be a library.
It could not be a museum, but it could be a library.
6 It's definitely a shop. I can see the clothes and shoes in the window.
It must be a shop. I can see the clothes and shoes in the window.
1 Word study Complete the description of the building.
Use the words in the box to help you.
largest / shopping centre / glass / 300 / souk / pyramid / 2001
This building looks like a great big pyramid I think it might be a shopping center . It was opened in 2001 and has over 300 shops. There is an ancient souk underground and there is a beautiful stained glass window which is the largest of its kind.
Lesson 5 Out and about
want to have fun?
come to the new bowling alley in town
1 Read the advertisements.
Then write true (T) or false (F) in the boxes.
Correct the false sentences.
1 The bowling alley is open on Monday It is closed on Monday. / F.
2 Bowling costs 15 AED. / F
3 The football training takes place at the sports centre. / T
4 Habib's football class is on Saturday morning. / T
5 The football class finishes at 1pm. / F
6 Habib Al Fardan is not from this town. / F
7 The bowling alley hasn't been open for long. / T
8 Bowling is open for 12 hours a day. / T