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卫理公会大巴窑堂 Toa Payoh Chinese Methodist Church. 神州之家 YES CLUB Intermediate English Lesson 5. Assignment 4: Answer Key. Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses . Argentina were playing (play) England in the quarter-finals of the 1986 World cup in Mexico.

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Toa payoh chinese methodist church

卫理公会大巴窑堂Toa Payoh Chinese Methodist Church

神州之家 YES CLUB

Intermediate English

Lesson 5


Assignment 4 answer key

Assignment 4: Answer Key

Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses.

Argentina were playing(play) England in the quarter-finals of the 1986 World cup in Mexico.

In the 52nd minute the Argentinian captain, Diego Maradona, scored (score) a goal.


Assignment 4 answer key1

Assignment 4: Answer Key

Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses.

The English players protested (protest) but the referee gave (give) the goal.

However, TV cameras showed (show) that Maradonahad scored (score) the goal with his hand!


Assignment 4 answer key2

Assignment 4: Answer Key

Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses.

Maradonasaid (say) the next day, “It was (be) partly the hand of Maradona, and partly the hand of God.”

Later in the game Maradonascored (score) another goal and Argentina won (win) 2-1. They went (go) on to win (win) the World Cup.


Assignment 4 answer key3

Assignment 4: Answer Key

Give the correct form of the verbs in parentheses.

Fred Lorz, from New York, won(win) the marathon at the St Louis Olympic Games in 1904. He finished (finish) the race in three hours 13 minutes.


Assignment 4 answer key4

Assignment 4: Answer Key

After the race Fred was waiting(wait) to get (get) his medal and the spectators werecheering (cheer) him loudly.

Alice Roosevelt, the daughter of the US president, was (be) in the crowd, and some journalists took (take) a photo of Fred with her.


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Assignment 4: Answer Key

suddenly somebody started shouting(start shout) “cheat” and soon everybody was shouting(shout) the same thing.

It was (be) true. Fred had travelled(travel) 18 of the 42 kilometres in a friend’s car! Fred didn’t win(not win) the gold medal and he was banned (ban) from athletics.


Grammar past continuous

Grammar – Past Continuous

  • Use the past continuous to describe an action in progress at a specific time in the past, was/ were + verb + -ing.

  • Remember the spelling rules, e.g. living, studying, watching, getting.

    A: What were you doing at six o’clock last night?

    B: I was watching TV. It was a cold night and it was raining.

    .


Grammar past perfect

Grammar – Past Perfect

  • Use the past perfect when you are talking about the past and you want to talk about an earlier past action.

  • Past perfect: had + past participle

    When they turned on the TV, the match had finished.

    I felt nervous because I hadn’t flown before.

    When he passed his driving test, he had only had five lessons.


Grammar present continuous

Grammar – Present Continuous

  • Use the present continuous for actions in progress at the time of speaking or for future arrangements, be + verb + -ing.

  • Remember the spelling rules, e.g. living, studying, watching, getting.

    A: Who are you waiting for?

    B: I’mwaiting for a friend.

    A: What are you doing after class?

    B: I’mgoing to the café.


Grammar narrative tenses

Grammar – Narrative Tenses

Using narrative tenses together.

  • When John _____ (arrive), they ____(have) dinner. (first John arrived, then they had dinner)

  • When John _____(arrive), they _____(have) dinner. (when John arrived, they were in the middle of dinner)

  • When John _____ (arrive), they _____(have) dinner. (they had dinner before John arrived)

  • The exam didn’t go well although I _____ (study) the night before.


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Grammar – Narrative Tenses

Using narrative tenses together.

  • When John arrived, they had dinner.

    (first John arrived, then they had dinner)

  • When John arrived, they were having dinner. (when John arrived, they were in the middle of dinner)

  • When John arrived, they had had dinner.

    (they had dinner before John arrived)

  • The exam didn’t go well although I had studied the night before.


Writing what does marie says

Writing – What Does Marie Says?

  • Writing the missing lines in the dialogue.

  • Gordon: Hi, Marie, How are you?

  • Marie: ………………………………

  • Gordon: I’m fine. That’s a lovely sweater you’re wearing. Where did you buy it?

  • Marie: ………………………………

  • Gordon: It looks very expensive.

  • Marie: ………………………………


Writing what does marie says1

Writing – What Does Marie Says?

  • Gordon: Do you know where he bought it?

  • Marie: ………………………………

  • Gordon: Is that the shop next to the pizza

  • restaurant?

  • Marie: ………………………………

  • Gordon: Do they sell sweaters for men?

  • Marie: ………………………………

  • Gordon: Good. I must go and have a look.


Writing what does marie says2

Writing – What Does Marie Says?

  • Writing the missing lines in the dialogue.

  • Gordon: Hi, Marie, How are you?

  • Marie: I’m fine, thanks, Gordon. How are you?

  • Gordon: I’m fine. That’s a lovely sweater you’re

  • wearing. Where did you buy it?

  • Marie: I didn’t. My brother gave it to me for my

  • birthday.

  • Gordon: It looks very expensive.

  • Marie: Yes, he always buys me nice things.


Writing what does marie says3

Writing – What Does Marie Says?

  • Gordon: Do you know where he bought it?

  • Marie: No, I don’t. He didn’t tell me, but he often

  • buys things from New Look.

  • Gordon: Is that the shop next to the pizza

  • restaurant?

  • Marie: No, it’s on the other side of the road.

  • Gordon: Do they sell sweaters for men?

  • Marie: Oh, I’m sure they do. They have clothes

  • for everyone.

  • Gordon: Good. I must go and have a look.


Listening

Listening:

Time


Listening time

Listening: Time

get up

have breakfast

arrive at office

have lunch

go to bed


Listening1

Listening:

Price


Listening price

Listening: Price

a coke

a pizza

a bottle of water

a pair of shoes

a mobile phone


Listening part 5

Listening: Part 5

KET Listening Part 5: Listen to a monologue

a) You will hear some information about a food market.

b) There are four questions.


Listening part 51

Listening: Part 5

a) What different types of food can you usually find in a food market?

b) What time do you think a café should serve breakfast until?

c) How much do you think a small piece of pizza costs?

d) What other facilities can you sometimes find in a market or big supermarket? (e.g.café, toilets, ...)


Listening part 52

Listening: Part 5

Listen and answer questions 21-25 about

Elwood Food Market


Listening part 53

Listening: Part 5

ELWOOD FOOD MARKET

Hall 1 sells: vegetables

21 and

………………………

 Hall 2 sells: 22 cakes and

………………………

 Hot breakfast in the café until: 23 …………………..

 Hall 3

 Piece of pizza costs: 24……………………

Children’s playroom next to the: 25……………………


Listening part 54

Listening: Part 5

ELWOOD FOOD MARKET

Hall 1 sells: vegetables

21 and

fish(es)

 Hall 2 sells: 22 cakes and

bread

 Hot breakfast in the café until: 23 11:30

 Hall 3

 Piece of pizza costs: 2455p

Children’s playroom next to the: 25telephones


Vocabulary list

Vocabulary List

Documents and Texts

Entertainment and Media

Places: Town and City


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