Exercise 1 page 14
1 should phone
2 ought to take
3 you should take
4 you ought to
5 ought to decorate
6 you should speak
Exercise 2 $ 1.06 page 14
1 Most time: topic
4 Not discussed: topic 3
Examiner So, tell me about the English student who stayed with you. Student He was called Harry and he stayed with us for a month.
E Did he share your room?
S No, he didn’t. He had my bedroom, and I shared with my brother. It was fine. What are you going to do when your student arrives?
E Oh, we’ve got a spare room – so she’ll sleep there. But we need to make the room nice for her … put up some pictures, that kind of thing.
S Yes, good idea. And will she go to school with you while
E Yes, she will. I hope she fits in OK.
S Harry really enjoyed going to my school. It took him a few days to feel comfortable there, though. He didn’t understand most of the lessons because they were in a foreign language!
E Did he have to do the homework?
S Yes, he did. But of course the teachers knew about the language problem. He actually did well in some subjects. He helped me with my maths!
E My student only speaks English. She’s going to have problems at school, I’m sure.
S But she’ll learn quickly. You’ll be surprised!
E I suppose so. Actually, I’m not really worried about school. My main worry is, will she miss her friends and family?
S Yes, that’s true. A month is a long time. But you can help her to feel at home.
E Do you think I should have a party when she arrives, so she can meet all my friends? That might make her feel at home.
S Yes, that’s not a bad idea.
Exercise 4 $ 1.06 page 14
See exercise 2.
Exercise 5 page 14
A topic 3
B topic 4
C topic 2
D topic 1