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  1. File 2- B - C

  2. Starving Boiling Filthy Scenery Biased Apes Keeper Blazingsun Chain store In the wild Applyfor Sincethen

  3. What has she done?. What has she been doing? She´spaintedtheceiling She´sbeenpainting Theaction The time

  4. 2.Write two sentences about Debbie according to the information below for every topic. Use Present Perfect Simple or Present Perfect Continuous. 1._____________________________________________ 2. ____________________________________________ 3. ____________________________________________ 4. ____________________________________________ 5. ____________________________________________ 6. ____________________________________________ 7. ____________________________________________ 8. ____________________________________________ 9. ____________________________________________ 10. ___________________________________________ She´sbeenworkingfor Sony for 3 years She´sworkedfortwobigcompanies She´slived in london She´slived in her new housefor 2 years

  5. Stolen Rightaway Like Doing Taking Got Usually Lately Current Means On At On For For At Of On With on

  6. 6. Use the word on the right to complete the sentences. These words may have to be changed in order to make meaning. Threatening Neighbourhood Privacy Uncontrollable Managerial Unpenetrable Embarrassment Apology Warning Appointment

  7. Reckless Stunned Fair Tough Lewd Filthy Stuck Harsh Willing weird

  8. Comparatives • As well as him • A neaterwriterthan me • Run as quickly as Peter • Theleastimportantthing • The more fluentlyyouwillspeak • As much as me • ThemostinterestingpersonI´veevermet • Goondrinking, youwil be lesshealthy • Thesameheight as you • Thebest in theclass • 1. Sue is a better driver than me. I don ´t drive _________________ • 2. My brother writes more neatly than me My brother is _________________ • 3. Peter runs more quickly than Diana Diana doesn ´t _____________ • 4. Money is less important than anything Money is ___________________ • 5. You can speak fluently if you practisemore The more you practise,_________ • 6. I´m as tired as him He worked __________________ • 7. I´ve never met such an interesting person She is _______________________ • 8. The more you drink the less healthy you´ll be If you ______________________ • 9. I´m not as tall as you I haven ´t got __________________ • 10. Nobody plays football as well as him He plays ___________________

  9. More youworry Theworse Earlier Thesooner later angrier More youpractise better More difficult hotter fitter More exercise

  10. Wheel/spoke Road signs An estate car handlebar pedal Towtruck convertible boat Junction/ crossroads oar A cruiser A pick-up truck Control tower roundabout runway Speedboat pavement porthole wing tail fuselage nose a bend A glider A speedbump

  11. Airportsigns 5 1 4 2 3 9 8 7 6 10 12 11 13 • Departures • Escalator • Lift 4. Police control 5. Bus station 6.toilets 7. Gates 8. Meeting point 9.Customs 10. arrivals 11. Car park 12. check-in desk 13. Baggagereclaim/ conveyorbelt

  12. A driving test adjust started stalled fasten released Pulledaway check crashed sounded skidded swerve braked accelerated smashed overtake indicate reverse

  13. Boarding card departure lounge check-in desk taxis gate weigh Hand luggage your luggage take-off locker get on runway board Duty free seat passport control checks Air Travel Check-in desk Weighyourluggage Checks Boardingcard Seat Passport control Departure lounge Duty free Take-off Gate Geton Board Hand luggage Locker Taxis Runway

  14. By rail Onland Onwater By air Get in/out driver Garage/drive – Taxi rank driver Geton/off Station/bay Station/platform driver Geton/off airport Geton/off pilot captain port Geton/off Geton/off rider ? Drive/ fly/ brake/ starttheengine, …

  15. windscreen engine car boot Number plate tyres bonnet Wheel Lights/indicators bumper Steeringwheel horn accelerator brake Clutch pedal Seatbelt Gearlever handbrake

  16. What´smissing? 1.A driving T ________ / L _______ 2.Crash I ______ or S ______ something 3. Sound the H ________ of the car 4. Stop the car orB _______ it 5. Release the H ________ to P ______ away 6. Fasten the S __________ 7. adjust the M ______ 8. start up the E ______ or the car 9.S _____ the car (if you don´t start it well) 10. O ________ a car that it´s too slow 11. I ________ where you´re going 12.You can lose control if the car S _____ 13. S _______ an obstacle in the way licence test smash into horn brake pull handbrake Seatbelt mirrors engine stall overtake indicate skids swerve

  17. He gave me a threatening Theisis a dangerous Weallneed He´sgotmanagerial I felt Thepolicelethim off with I´vegot He acceptedhis Hisapology Privacy Neighbourhood Embarrassedwhentheteacher A look A warning Skills Anappointmentwith … Match to makecombinations

  18. Translateinto English • La vida del policía es tan dura que no todo el mundo puede sobrellevarla • El policía fue expulsado por hacer comentarios obscenos de una señorita • Se saltó un semáforo y le pusieron una multa por conducción temeraria • La sentencia fue demasiado dura. No se lo merecía. • El testigo está dispuesto a dar información en el juicio. • Estoy atrapado en un atasco • Nos quedamos de piedra cuando supimos de su muerte repentina • es justo que quien trabaje más cobre más • Being a copissuch a toughlifethatnoteverybody can handleit • Thepoliceofficerwas suspended formakinglewdcomments to a youngwoman • He drovethrough a red light and wasfinedforrecklessdriving • Thejudge´ssentencewastooharsh. He didn ´t deserveit. • Thewitnessiswilling to giveevidence in the trial. • I´mstuck in a trafficjam • Wewerestunnedwhenweknewabouthissuddendeath • It´sjustfairthatthosewhoworkthehardestearnthemostmoney

  19. Runway Taxi Towtruck Spokes Estate / convertible Oars Porthole Speedbump Glider pavement bend roundabput Pullaway Reverse Departure lounge Overheadlocker

  20. Sameordifferent? 1. Arrive at /in or get to 2. queue – q 3. miss a bus / a penalty / a party / home / the chance... 4. boarding a plane/boarding school/ full-boarding 5. before (taking off/ the take-off/ take-off) 6. out of air/breath (after running) 7. arrive on time / in time 8. Road signals / signs - to sign 9. A Frenchman / an Englishman / a Spanishman 10. I take 5 minutes to … / It takes me 5 minutes to … 11. convenient / good for me 12. platform / bay / taxi rank/ the drive 13. journey / travel / trip / voyage/ excursion / outing Thesamebutthey use differentprepositions Theyonlyhavethesamepronunciation They are differentcollocationsfor MISS Different Thesame Out of breath Diffferent On time= puntual/ in time (for) something Diffferent Thesamebut … Thesame Thesame Same and different same and different

  21. Stocking Nativityscene Tinsel Baubles -TheMagi -The 3 kings -The 3 Wisemen Santa´ssack of gifts fir wreath Ribbons Santa reindeer Treetopper Fairylights Sweetcoal holly mistletoe

  22. WHAT ABOUT THESE ONES? • TheMagi´sorTheThreeWiseMen´sProcession • A Christmas Card • Chokingon grapes • Red underwear • The 12 grapes • A Christmas carol • A decoratedfireplace • A sleigh • The sales • Fireworks • A hangover

  23. Importantdays at Christmas On Christmas Eve On Christmas Day On New Year´s Eve On New Year´s Day On Twelfth night