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Unit 2FestivalsHomeHistoryPhotoVideosAbout UsContactQuebec Winter CarnivalChantal lives in Quebec in Canada.She speaks English and French.Every year she goes to the QuebecWinter Carnival. It’s one of the largestfestivals in the world and manypeople visit the city for two weeks inJanuary or February to enjoy it. Theycome to celebrate winter and go tofun attractions, including colourfulstreet parades. Chantal loves thecarnival! She likes looking at the snowsculptures but she doesn’t want totouch them – they are too cold! Thereis also a canoe race across the icy StLawrence River but don’t come towatch it if you don’t like cold weather!The carnival mascot is Bonhomme, asnowman in a red hat.Reading1 ork in pairs. Describe what you can see in theWpictures. Use the words below.canoe river snowsnowman parade2sculptureRead the webpage and answer the questions.1234When does the festival take place?How long does it last?What are the sculptures made of?What is the name of the snowman?3 Choose the correct meaning for the words in the text.1 A carnival is a a big party that takes place on the streets.b a dance show.2 I f you enjoy something you a don’t like it.b have a good time.3 Attractions are a things you buy.b things you look at.4 An icy river is a very cold.b very warm.5 A mascot a brings good luck.b brings bad luck.14 Unit 2 Festivals18941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 145/6/12 6:08 PM

GrammarPresent simpleListeningYou use the present simple to talk about thingswhich are always or generally true.It’s one of the largest festivals in the world.You also use the present simple to talk abouthabits or things you do regularly.Every year she goes to the Quebec Winter Carnival.The form of the present simple is the same for allpersonal pronouns, except the third person he /she / it.I / You / We / They live in Quebec.He / she / it lives in Quebec.Grammar reference page 1381Write the third-person form of the verbs below.1 1.8 Listen to two students, Etsuko and Ahmed,talking about the Quebec Winter Carnival. Circlethe correct answers.come enjoy go like livesay speak visit want21 The carnival starts on a Saturday.b Sunday.Choose the correct answers.2 Etsuko really wants to see a the canoe race. b the ice palace.c the snow bath.1 I like / don’t like winter! It’s too cold!2 She lives in Quebec and doesn’t go / goes toth e carnival every year.3 ‘I don’t have / have a hat to wear!’ ‘Don’tworry! I can give you one!’4 We want / don’t want to watch the canoerace. It’s fun and exciting!5 They speak / don’t speak two languages inQuebec – English and French.3 omplete the text. Use the correct form of theCwords below.3 Ahmed likes a watching sport.c playing sport.b cold weather.4 He doesn’t have a a hat.b gloves.212345Ahmed likes winter.T/FEtsuko doesn’t like the weather in Canada. T / FAhmed doesn’t want to see the ice palace. T / FAhmed doesn’t want to watch the canoe race. T / FEtsuko wants to have a bath in the snow.T/FLiving IELTSTalking about likes and dislikes 1.9 Listen and mark the stress in the sentences.Complete the sentence for you. Then work in pairsand compare your sentences.I really don’t like winter.I love it.I like playing sport.I hate watching sport in the cold!I want / don’t want to go to the Quebec WinterCarnival because Discussionc a scarf.1.8 Listen again and choose T (true) or F (false).enjoy come last looktake place want watchPeople from all over Canada 1to theevery year inQuebec Winter Festival. It 2for two weeks. They 4January and 3many differentto celebrate winter and 5at beautiful snowattractions. They 6the famous canoe race.sculptures and 7c Thursday.1.9 Listen again and practise.Unit 2 Festivals 1518941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 155/6/12 6:08 PM

VocabularyPronunciation11Positive and negative adjectives ook at the adjectives below. Which have aLpositive meaning and which have a negativemeaning? Put or – next to each ulfantasticamazingboringfreezingdelicious2Work in pairs. Answer the questions. 3a 2b 3c 31.10 Listen and put the words in the table.OoOoooOowinterfestivalattractionPractise saying the words.acbChoose the odd one out.123451 festival2 winter3 attractionChoose the correct word.1 Mmm! This cake is delicious / awful.2 The weather is perfect today! It’s beautiful /colourful.3 You need to put a coat on before you go outside.It’s fantastic / freezing.4 The end of the race is always interesting to watch.It’s very exciting / awful.5 I think that’s a fantastic / awful idea. Let’s go tothe carnival together!6 These snow sculptures are boring / amazing!Each one is different.4Match the words with the number of syllables.21 W hich adjective can you use to describegood food?2 Which two adjectives mean ‘very good’?3 Which adjective can you use to describesomething very bad?4 Which adjective can you use to describesomething very cold?3Syllable mplete the sentences for you.12345is delicious.I thinkI think snow sculptures are.I think winter isI think canoe races areI think the snowman is.16 Unit 2 Festivals18941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 165/6/12 6:08 PM

Reading1 ork in pairs. Look at the photographs A-D. WhatWcan you see? Tick the phrases below.barbeque on the beachfirework display23 masquerade partypicnic in the park4Complete with words from the passage.: show that a day or event is important by1 c doing something special (paragraph A): something that is interesting and fun to2 ewatch (paragraph B): very big (paragraph C)3 m: very big or attractive (paragraph D)4 i 3min Read the passage in three minutes. Numberthe pictures in the order they are mentioned in the passage.Read the passage again and answer the questions.1 When is New Year’s Day?2 How do Australians spend New Year’s Eve?3 In which two cities do the largest New Yearcelebrations take place?4 How many people watch the firework displayin Sydney?5 Why are fireworks important in New Yearcelebrations?weNraYeuAniailartsDiscussionWork in pairs. Discuss the questions.1 A re the New Year celebrations in Australia similaror different to the way people celebrate New Yearin your country?2 Would you like to celebrate New Year in Australia?Why / Why not?AMany Australians celebrate New Year’s Eve on31 December each year. It is the day before NewYear’s Day, the 1 January. New Year’s Eve is nota public holiday in Australia but schools andcolleges are closed because it is a holiday period.Some offices may also be closed because a lot ofpeople don’t go to work during this time.BMany Australian cities have special New Year’sEve events that include parades, music andentertainment. Some people go to masqueradeparties. Other people have picnics in parks orhave special parties and barbeques in their ownhomes or on boats and beaches.CThe largest New Year’s Eve celebrations takeplace in Sydney and Melbourne. In Sydney over1.5 million people go to a massive fireworkdisplay with around 5 000 fireworks let off fromthe bridge and from boats in the harbour.DFirework displays mark the end of the old yearand the beginning of the New Year. The largestand most impressive firework displays are atmidnight on New Year’s Eve. It is a way ofsaying goodbye to the past and saying helloto the future.dUnit 2 Festivals 1718941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 175/6/12 6:08 PM

Listening1 abel the picture with the words in the box. ThenLgroup the words under two headings: people and things.clown float stall kite musicianpuppet dancer acrobat23What is the name of the festival?When is it?Where does it happen?What time does it start?How much does it cost? 1.11 Listen again and choose TWO answers.1 How often does the festival take place?a every springb once a yearc every two years3 Which activity does Fouad want to do?a make a kiteb watch a dance showc visit the food stalls4 How do Fouad and Jing decide to go to the festival?a by carb by trainc by bus 1.11 Listen to two friends, Fouad and Jing,talking about the Festival of the Winds. Tick thequestions in activity 2 that they answer.laviFeofsttheWinds 2 Who takes part in the festival?a kite fliersb kite makers onlyc people from all over the worldRead the poster and answer the questions.1234548Sydney’s most colourfulkite flying festivalSunday 9th September11am–4pm Bondi BeachFree!512473618 Unit 2 Festivals18941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 185/6/12 6:08 PM

GrammarPresent simple questions andshort answers512345You form present simple questions with the auxiliary do or does and the base form of the verb.Do I / you / we / they live in Australia? Yes, I / you /we / they do. No, I / you / we / they don’t.Does he / she / it live in Australia? Yes, he / she / itdoes. No, he / she / it doesn’t.Grammar reference page 1381Choose the correct answers.Answer the questions in activity 5 for you.7 omplete the questions for these answers aboutCa festival.Complete the questions with Do or Does.123453you want to go to the festival?your teacher wear a red hat?the parades start here?we have food for the picnic?the race take place on the river?Put the words in order to make questions.123454What / How kind of food do you like?When / Where do you live? What time / How long does your English class start?When / How long does your English class last? How much / Why does a newspaper cost inyour country?61 W hen you form questions / negative sentencesin the present simple, you use the auxiliaryverb do or does.2 The auxiliary comes before / after the subjectand the verb.2Choose the correct words.French / you / speak / Do ?have / she / Does / car / a ?to / take / bus / want / the / they / Do ?Sunday / the / start / Does / on / carnival ?need / gloves / Do / some / I ? atch the questions in activity 3 with theMshort answers.1 Yes, they do.2 No, you don’t.3 Yes, it does.4 Yes, I do.5 No, she doesn’t.Question wordsQuestion wordAuxiliary SubjectVerbWhatdodo?youWhen / Where / doesWhat time / Whythe parade take place?How longdotheyHow muchdoesthe festival cost?Grammar reference page 138last?1is it called? Mardi Gras.is it? In New Orleans.2is it? In February.3is it? Four days.4happens? There are street parades5 and bands.8 ork in pairs. Student A, turn to page 124.WStudent B, turn to page 126. Read the information.Then ask and answer the questions in activity 3 about the festivals.Unit 2 Festivals 1918941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 195/6/12 6:08 PM

cSpeakingA special day or event1Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.1 D oes your country celebrate a national day? If so,when and how?2 Do you think that national days are important?Why? / Why not?2 1.12 Listen to Leah talking about National Dayin Singapore. Number the pictures in the order shetalks about them.bad4 hink of special day or event. Make notes about it.TThink about what it is. when it is.3 what you do. why it is special for you.Bridge to IELTS 1.12 Listen again and answer the questions.Task cards1 When is Singapore National Day?a 9 Augustb 19 Augustc 29 August2 Who does Leah celebrate the day with?a Her family only.b Her friends only.c Her family and friends.3 What does she do to celebrate?a She cooks for her friends.b She dances in a show.c She watches a parade.4 Why is it an important day for her?a She spends time with her family.b She wears national costume.c She remembers her country.In task 2 (individual long turn), the examiner givesyou a task card to talk about, a pencil and somepaper. You have one minute to think about the topicand make notes to help you talk.5 ork in pairs. Take turns to talk about the topicWcard. Use the notes you made in activity 4 to help you.Describe a special day or event.You should say:- what it is- when it is- what you doand explain why it is special for you.20 Unit 2 Festivals18941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 205/6/12 6:08 PM

WritingWriting skills13Describing a festival ork in pairs. Look at the picture and guess theWanswers to the questions.Punctuation1 Where is the festival?a Londonb Beijingc Cairofull stop ead the text and check your answers to theRquestions in activity 1.The Notting Hill Carnival is a special festival inLondon, in the UK. It takes place in August andlasts two days. There are floats and colourfulstreet parades with music and dancing. Thereare food stalls and people eat delicious food fromall over the world. It is a special event becausepeople from many different cultures go to thefestival and it is fun.monthscapital letterplaces1 Y ou use aat the beginning ofa sentence.at the end of2 You use aa sentence.3 You use capital letters for the names of, people,andcountries.2 When does it happen?a in Januaryb in Augustc in November2 ead the text in activity 2 again. Complete theRsentences with these words.4 ewrite the sentences with capital letters andRfull stops.12345 y favourite festival takes place in thailand in aprilmleah comes from singaporethe festival doesn’t happen in australiahe always spends time in quebec in january Think of a festival. Make notes about it in the table.1 What is it?2 Where is it?3 When is it?4 How long does it last?5 What happens?6 What do people do?7 Why is it special?6 omplete the text. Use the notes you made inCactivity 5.is a special festival in 2. It takesThe 1and lasts 4. There are 5place in 3. It is a special event becauseand people 67.Unit 2 Festivals 2118941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 215/6/12 6:08 PM

ReviewUnits 1 and 2Grammar1 ork in pairs. Student A, look at the picture andWmake questions using the words below. StudentB, turn to page 126 and answer Student A’squestions. Find the differences in the pictures.speak French?enjoy sport?come from a big city?live in a flat?like cold weather?drive a black car?study at weekends?123456712345672a red sofa? Is there atwo small windows?blue walls?a laptop on the desk?yellow lamp?four bookshelves?two beds?red sofa? hoose the correct form to complete theCsentences.Many Canadians celebrate New Year’s Eve on 31December – the day before the New Year 1 begin /begins on 1st January. It is a holiday period so a lotof people 2 don’t go / doesn’t go to work. Specialevents 3 take place / takes place in many big cities.Jon 4 live / lives in Toronto and 5 watch / watches abig firework display. Some people 6 do / does wintersports such as skiing and snowboarding. Jacques7come / comes from Quebec in Northern Canada.He 8 spend / spends the night ice-fishing on a frozenlake with his friends. He 9 love / loves cold weather!3Jon speak French?they like hot weather?Csilla like dogs?he live in Canada?she drive a black car?they study at weekends?speaksCsilla French.sport.a black car.cold weather.at weekends.in a flat.from a big city.4Work in pairs. Ask and answer the same questions.5 ead the table and complete the text with theRcorrect form of the verbs in brackets.NameAnaNationality/citySpanish, MadridAge20HomeflatOccupationstudentInterestssport (tennis and basketball),going out with friendsLanguagesEnglish and Spanish(be) Ana and she is Spanish. SheHer name 12(come) from Madrid, the capital of Spain.(be) twenty years old and she 4She 3(live) in a big flat near the city centre. She 5(like)(study) engineering at university. She 6sport; especially tennis and basketball. She also7(enjoy) reading and going out with friends.(speak) two languages – English andAna 8Spanish of course! omplete the questions with do or does. ThenCread the table and complete the sentences.123456JonHeCsillaSheTheyHeTheyJon6Now write about you!22 Review Units 1 and 218941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 225/6/12 6:08 PM

Vocabulary1Match the adjectives with their 41 I t’s a really exciting / boring / interesting book.I want to find out what happens at the end!2 What a lovely dress! You look really beautiful /awful / amazing in it!3 I love Japanese food. It’s fantastic / delicious / boring.4 Let’s go to the parade. It’s really colourful / boring /beautiful to watch.5 This party is really boring / interesting / awful.I want to go home now.quietdarksmallwarmuncomfortableComplete the sentences with the verbs below.chatgo outintroducemeetsaystartBridge to IELTS1 S ergei is a new student too. Why don’t youyourself to him?a conversation with someone2 How do younew? Do you talk about the weather?with my friends at the weekends.3 I usuallyWe go to a club or watch a film.to her.4 Ana’s over there. Let’s go and5 It’s a really friendly sports club. It’s a great place tonew people.hello or hi when you meet friends6 Do youin the street?3Choose TWO adjectives.Test preparation1 ork in pairs. Write three things you knowWabout IELTS.2 ead the passage and underline any newRinformation.3 Discuss your answers with the class.An international testThe International English Language TestingSystem is a test of English language skills in anacademic situation. It takes two hours and fiftyfour minutes to complete. It does not directly testyour grammar and vocabulary, but you need goodgrammar and vocabulary to get a good score.There are four parts to the test. The first part islistening, then reading followed by writing andfinally speaking. Scores are from 0 (no English) to9 (native-speaker English). Bridge to IELTS helpsyou prepare for all parts of the test.Complete the sentences with the words below.awful boring colourfulfantastic freezingdelicious.1 This chocolate tastes really good. It’sweather! Let’s stay here and2 Whatwatch a movie on TV!.3 Look at the ice on the lake! It’sidea! Let’s go to the film together.4 What a. He talks about the5 He’s really dull andsame things again and again.!6 Look at those fireworks! The sky is really4Work in pairs and answer the questions.1 W hat part of the test do you think you aregood at?2 Why would you like to take the test?Study SkillsLearning outside class1 ork in small groups. Make a list of three waysWyou can learn English outside the class.2Read the text and tick the things you do.These students tell us how they learn English afterclass Lei: I like films, so I watch films in English with*subtitles in my language. Sofia: I practise English on the Internet. There arelots of sites to practise grammar and vocabulary. (*Subtitles: the words from the film in your language on the screen)18941 03 U2 R1-2 014-023.indd 23Mohammed: I meet my friends at lunch and wepractise speaking together in English. Sometimesour English teacher meets us too. Daniel: I read books in English, easy books called‘readers’ you can borrow from the library. 3 hoose one of the things from your list and theCpassage and try them for next week.4I n the next class, tell the other students whatyou tried.Review Units 1 and 2 235/6/12 6:08 PM

Living IELTS Talking about likes and dislikes 1.9 Listen and mark the stress in the sentences. I really don’t like winter. I love it. I like playing sport. I hate watching sport in the cold! 1.9 Listen again and practise. Unit 2 Festivals 15 18941_03_U2_R1-2_014-023.indd 15 5/6/12 6:08 PM. Vocabulary Positive and negative adjectives 1 Look at the adjectives below. Which have a positive .

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