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Grammar

Simple Present: Affirmative


Statements
Simple Present: Spelling
Rules
Simple Present: Negative
Statements

Vocabulary
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Read and listen.

Then circle the things


you do every day.

1. stay up late

3. sleep

5. have lunch

9. drink coffee

Unit 9

10. read a magazine

11 . do the laundry

Listening
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Listen. Two people talk about work schedu les


in their countries. Which country is each sentence
about? Write F (France), J (Japan) or F, J (both).

_ _ 1. Many people have long lunch breaks.

__ 2. Many people eat lunch at home.


__ 3. Most people start work at 8:00 or 8:30.
__ 4. Most people have an hour for lunch.

__ 5. Banks and shops aren't open on Mondays.


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words. Use the words in the box.

I doesn't

don't

works

Taka:

Hey, Monique, you come from France, right?

Monique:

Yes, why?

Taka:

It says here that in France, most workers

have

a two-hour break for lunch. Is

1.

that true?
Monique:

Well, it depends on the job, but in general, it's


true. Many people in France have lunch at
home. My mother, my sister, and I eat lunch
together every day. But my father _ _ __
2.

in another city, so he ____ eat with us.


3.

Taka:

Really? That's interesting. In Japan, we only


have an hour for lunch, so we ____ have
4.

time to go home. I think I like the French


12. eat out

way!

Routines

III

SIMPLE PRESENT: AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS


Subject

Verb

cook

We
You
They

Subject
He
She

cooks.

a lot.

It

works.

a lot.

Make sentences about the people yo u know. Use the w o rds in the box.

best friends

family and I

fri ends and I

mother

boyfriend

father

girlfriend

parents

children

friends

husband

wife

1. My

get up early.

5. My _ _ _ _ _ _ works five days a week.

2. My

stays up late.

6. My _ _ _ _ _ _ wash the dishes at night.

3. My

eats out a lot.

7. My _ _ _ _ _ _ cooks in the evening.

4. My

sleeps late a lot. S. My _ _ _ _ _ _ go for a walk every day.

Com plet e the parag raph .

I'm from Guadalajara, Mexico. During the week


I get up early, at about 5:00 A.M. My wife, Sandra,
1. (get up)

_____ until 7:30. Then she and our children


2. (sleep)

_ _ _ _. I
3. (get up)

full time from 8:00 to


4. (work)

2:00 and then from 4:00 to 6:00. Sandra


_ _ _ _ part-time, from 9:00 to 1:00. Then
5. (work)

she _____ home and _____ lunch.


6. (drive)

We

lunch a little after 2:00.


8. (eat)

7. (cook)

Unit9

What do you think these people probably do? Write sentences. Use the verbs in the box
and a lot.
coo k

eat out

play

sleep

work

1. Teresa and Angela are 16 years old.

They probably talk on the phone a lot.


2. Billy is a three-month-old baby.

3. Melanie is a mother of six children.

4. Annie is five years old.

5. Sylvia and David Lin like good food.

Time expressions

6. Mark is a doctor.

PAIRS. Compare your answers. Do you agree? Then talk


about the activities. Which activities do you do a lot?

at night
every day
in the afternoon
in the morning
in the evening
on weekends

PAIRS. Tell your partner about the routines of


five people you know. Use time expressions
and the words in the boxes or your own ideas.

best friend

drink coffee

brother or sister

eat out a lot

chi ldren

get up late

English teacher

go for a walk

father

have lun ch at home

grandparents

play computer games

mother

read magazines

neighbor

talk on the phone a lot

roommate

work full time


play computer games

Example:
A: My best friend ploys computer games every day

Routines

II

SIMPLE PRESENT THIRD PERSON SINGULAR: SPELLING RULES

Spelling Rule

Example
study -.. studies
He studies every day.
Example
fin ish -.. finish es
watch -.. watches
miss -.. misses
f ix
-..
fi xes
He misses his family.

k
We go to the movies a lot.
He goes to the movies a lot.

End of verb: consonant + - y


Spel ling: change yto i, add - es
_ _ _ _SfJelling_R_u_le_ _ _ _-I

End of verb: sh, ch, 55, x


Spelling: Add - es

Complete the sentences.

1. Ming _ _ _ _ with her husband at night.

4. Al _ _ _ _ cars with Sal every day.


(fix)

(relax)

2. Ann - - - - - at sad movies.

5. Lynn _ ____ her hair in the morning.

(cry)

(wash)

3. Tina _ _ _ _ lunch at 2:00 P.M.


(finish)

L k
B

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'-' (" .
Circle the verbs in the sentences. Then
listen. What are the sounds of the verb endings?
Check (.1) the correct column.

Pronunciation of final -s
walks
lsI
comes
Iz!
watches
lIz!

lsi

/zl

IIzl

1. My daughter brushes her hair all the time.

2. My mother reads the newspaper.

3. My friend Sam drinks coffee.

4. My sister takes the bus to work.

5. My uncle washes his car once a week.

Unit 9

PAIRS. Change the underlined words in Exercise B to people you know. Read your
sentences to your partner.
Example:
A: My best friend brushes her hair all the time.

Look at the chart. It shows schedules in different countries. Complete the sentences
with the correct words.
COLOMBIA

SOUTH KOREA

IRAN

TAIWAN

start work

8:00 A .M .

9:00 A .M .

8:00 A .M .

9:00 A .M .

finish work

6:00

6:00

4:00

5:00

have lunch

12:00 - 2:00

go to school

7:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. 7:45

P.M .

P.M.

12:00 - 1:00 P.M.

P.M.

1. Most students in South Korea


for almost nine hours.

A.M. -

5:00 P.M.

P.M.

12:00 - 1:00

P.M.

P.M .

12:00 - 1:00 P.M .

8:00 A.M . - 3:30 P.M. 8:00 A.M. - 5:00

P.M.

go to schoo!

2. Most people in Taiwan


at 5:00 P.M.
3. Most people in Iran
at 8:00 A.M.

4. Rosa lives in Colombia. She


from 12:00 to 2:00 P.M.

5. Jae lives in South Korea. He


from 7:45 to 5:00 P.M.

6. Chia-Pei lives in Taiwan. She


at 9:00 A.M.

PAIRS. Talk about the schedules of people in your country.


GROUPS. Make five sentences about classmates in other groups. Use the words
in the box or your own ideas.

cry at sad movi es

fix his friends' computers

wash her hair eve ry day

exerci se every day

miss his family

watch a lot of DVDs

Example:

Aly fixes his friend's computers.


WRAP-UP. Now tell the class your sentences. For every correct sentence, your
group gets a point. The group with the most points wins.

Routines

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You

We
They

don't

work

every day.

doesn't

work

every day.

Read the sentences. Write the correct names on the desks in the picture.

1. Ali sits behind Maria. He doesn't sit


near a window or door.
2. Jin and Ozan sit next to Maria.
They don't sit next to Ali.
3. Lin sits near the door. She doesn't
sit in front of Jin.
4. Pedro and Ozan sit near the
window. They don't sit next to Lin.

PAIRS. Look at the pictures on pages 86-87. Write sentences about the things you
do and don't do every day.
Example:
I cook every day. OR I don't cook every day.

Complete the sentences. Use the negative form of the verb.

1. David goes out on Saturday night, but he _ _a-=--o=-=e::..::s:.....:.o:.....:.Jt _9,L::.o_ _ out on Sunday night.
2. Mr. and Mrs. Kim drink coffee, but they

tea.

3. I do the dishes every day, but I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ the laundry every day.


4. The children have dinner at home, but they

lunch at home.

5. My friends and I play tennis, but we _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ soccer.


6. Ms. Li works on Mondays, but she _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ on Tuesdays.
7. I get up late on weekends, but I
S. Amy watches TV in the morning, but she

Unit 9

late during the week.


TV in the evening.

Look at the chart. Make sentences about the people.


WEEKEND ACTIVITIES

CARLOS

ALICIA

PAUL

OLIVA

eat out

no

yes

yes

no

go to the movies

no

yes

yes

yes

play computer games

yes

no

no

yes

watch sports on TV

yes

no

yes

no

1. Alicia

ana Oliva aon/t watch sports on TV.


(TV / Alic ia and Oliva)

2.
(eat out / Alicia and Paul)

3.
(movies / Carlos)

4.
(computer games / Alicia and Paul)

5.
(sport on TV / Alicia)

6.
(eat out / Carlos and Oliva)

PAIRS. Talk about your friends' activities on


the weekend. Say what they do and don't do.

k
=also in affirmative
respo nses
A: Maria likes movies.
B: John does, too.
either =also in negative
responses
A: Maria doesn't exercise
B: I don't either.

too

PAIRS. Look at the pictures on pages 86-87. Make a story. What are the people's

names? What do they do every day? What don't they do every day?
Example:
A: Susie Li is a student. She stays up late every night.

B: She doesn't sleep much.

Routines "

Grammar
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Correct the paragraph. There are seven mistakes. The first mistake is corrected for

you. Then listen and check your answers.

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My roommates and I not have the same routines. Julia get up late, at around 10:00 A.M.
Katie and I get up early. Katie have class at 8:00 A.M., and I start work at 9:00 A.M. Julia
don't work. She just takes two classes in the afternoon. She's lucky because she finishs
early. Then she goes out with friends. She doesn't studies very much, and she doesn't cook.
Katie and I study and goes to work every day. Julia's life is pretty good!

Dictation
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listen. You will hear five sentences. Write them on a piece of paper.

Speaking
GROUPS. Talk about the sentences below. For each sentence, write T (true), F
(false), or ? (not sure). If the sentence is false, change it to make it true.

aonJt speak
~ 1. Most people in the U.S. ~ two languages.

2. Most people in the U.S. watch soccer on TV.


3. Most people in the U.S. have two hours for lunch.

4. Most people in the U.S. ride a bike to work.


S. Most women in the U.S. don't work outside

the home.
6. Most men in the U.S. don't do housework.
7. Most children in the U.S. don't wear

uniforms to school.
8. Most teenagers in the U.S. have a part-time job.

Unit9

housework

Listening
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A S~ . , Listen. A radio reporter talks about how people around the world spend
their time. Match the activities with the worldwide averages.

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John works 40 hours a week.


Paul works 50 hours a week .
Sarah works 60 hours a week .
On average, they work 50
hours a week,
(40 + 50 + 60 = 150 + 3 =50)
% = percent.
2.5 = two point five

Activities

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Worldwide Averages

l. hours of sleep a night

a. 21%

2. hours of work a day

b. 79%

3. percent of men who do housework

c. 15%

4. percent of people who eat at home every day

d. 9.6

S. percent of men who cook

e. 7.4

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II!) Listen again. Complete the sentences. Circle the correct verb.

l. People in Japan sleep I don't sleep a lot.

2. People in South Africa work I sleep 7.9 hours a day.


3. People in Argentina and Turkey cook I work a lot.
4. Men in Turkey and Egypt do Idon't do a lot of housework.
S. Most women in Egypt cook I work.

Complete the sentences about your country.

l. On average, I think people in my country get _____ hours of sleep a night.

2. On average, I think people in my country work


3. I think

hours a day.

% of people in my country eat at home every day.

4. I think _____ % of men in my country do housework every day.


S. I think

% of men in my country cook every day.

GROUPS. Compare your answers. Discuss any differences. Then tell the class about
your countries.

Routines "