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150 ECG - 150 ĐTĐ - HAMPTON - 4th ED.


Friday, December 9, 2011



1. B 2. A 3. B 4. A 5. C

6. F 7. G 8. E 9. B 10.A

11.B 12.C 13.A 14.A 15.C



18. 8.30 p.m.


20. 7245936

21. 98 WARNOCK

22. the BANK

23. 21st MAY

24. £ 350 (or more)

25. travel BAG



1C 2C 3A 4B 5C

6E 7H 8C 9B 10F

11A 12B 13C 14C 15A












UNIT 9: UNIT 9 Shops and shopping

Activity 1

weekend groceries frying pan
garden tools
coffee table
tennis shoes
photography magazine newspaper

Activity 2

Shirley and Roger are talking about the things they’ve got to do when they’re out. Tick the places they’ll go to on the list below.
A Well, the first thing we should do is post these letters.

B Yes. Then after that, I’d like to buy some shelves for the living room.
A That’s a good idea, but we mustn’t forget to get some cat food for Sandy. There’s only one tin left.
B And I think I’d like to buy a nice cake for the weekend.

Activity 3

Roger’s going to the supermarket. He’s checking the things below in the kitchen. Listen and decide whether there’s a lot, a little, or none at all. Tick the correct box.
1 Mm. We’ve only got two slices of bread left. I’d better get some more.
2 There seems to be a whole packet of butter, so I won’t need to get any more.
3 We’ve run out of milk. I’d better get some.
4 We still have two boxes of eggs, so I won’t get any.
5 We’ve got about half a pound of sugar - that should be enough for the rest of the week, but I’ll get some anyway.
6 Now vegetables.. . Urn. We’ve only got a couple of tomatoes and a few beans. I’ll get some more.
7 I’ve got a full bottle of cooking oil. I won’t get any more.
8 The ketchup is finished. I’d better get a new bottle.

Activity 4

Shirley and Roger are deciding where to buy some of the things they need. They’ll go to one of the places below. Listen and tick the name of the shop they’re going to.

A We could get the meat at Ace or Star Supermarket.

B Let’s got to Ace. It’s difficult to get a parking
space at Star.

A Where shall we go for the bread?
B West’s and King’s are both very good. But I think the bread’s fresher at West’s, so let’s go there.

A Where do you want to get the flowers?
B There’s always a better choice at Regal, but the staff are always so rude. I don’t want to shop there again.

A We’ll have to get some paint. I see there’s a sale on at Crest.
B Ted’s have also got a sale on this week, as well.
A But there’s more choice at Crest, so let’s go there.

A I want a couple of books. Shall we go to the University Bookshop?
B Yes, good idea. They’re not usually as expensive as Hill’s Bookshop.
6 A Do you want to get your shoes at Ellis’s or Liberty’s?
B Well, I’d like to go to Liberty’s but I don’t think they’re open today.
A Oh well, we can try Ellis’s.

A And we’d better get some vegetables.
B Yes, but let’s not go to Rollins. Their vegetables are never very fresh.
Now listen again. Why did they decide to go to the shops they chose? Tick the reason below.

Activity 5

Some of the items below are for sale in a newspaper.
Listen to people phoning to ask questions about them.
Number the eight things talked about from 1-8.

A And is it colour or black and white?
B It’s colour.
A What size is it?
B It’s nineteen inches.

A And how old is it?

B It’s only six months old.


A Is it a single or a double?
B It’s a single.
A And it’s quite new, isn’t it?
B Yes, it was brand new when I bought it two weeks ago.


A How many miles has it done?
B Fifty thousand.
A Is it a two or four-door?
B It’s got four doors.
A And how long have you had it?
B Six years.


A Has it got any drawers?
B Yes, it’s got two drawers in the front.
A And it’s only three months old?
B That’s right.


A How big is it?
B It’s about a metre and a half tall and seventy centimetres wide.
A And the freezer is at the top?
B That’s right.
A How long have you had it?
B For five years.


A Has it got a flash?
B Yes. And it’s also got a cover.
A How long have you had it?
B Only nine months.


A What about a dryer?

B Yes, its a dryer as well.

A And how old is it?
B We bought it last year, so it’s almost a year old now.


A My son loves fish, so it would be good. How big is it?
B It’s seventy centimetres wide, forty centimetres high, and thirty centimetres deep.
A And have you had it for long?
B No, we only bought it last month.
Now listen again. How old is each thing? Tick the correct box.

Activity 6

Listen to people asking where places are in a department store. Mark each of these places.

A I’m looking for the toy section, please.
B It’s in the middle of the shop, in front of the escalator.

A Where’s the magazine section?
B The magazines are at the back of the shop, in the corner on the left.


A Where’s the sports department, please?

B Near the back of the shop, in front of the till.

A Could you tell me where the menswear section is?

B Yes, it’s down on the left near the back of the shop, opposite the jewellery section.

A Where are the women’s clothes please?
B About half way down on the right, opposite the escalator.

A Where can I find the kitchenware, please?

B Go to the back of the store. It’s in the right hand corner

A I’m looking for the cosmetics counters.
B They’re down here on the left, just before you get to the plant section.

Activity 7

You will hear people buying presents. Listen and decide what you think they will buy. Tick the correct item.
1 Well, I gave her a record last year. This year I’d better get something different. Er. Perhaps some perfume because she doesn’t really like jewellery.
2 I think he’d like some clothes. Perhaps a sweater, a scarf maybe, or some socks? Could I see the sweater, please? I don’t think the socks or the scarf are the right colour.
3 This red blouse is nice. The yellow one’s too bright I think, and the green one isn’t as pretty.
4 Yes, he loves toys. The tank’s quite fun. And this little car’s nice, and so’s this red lorry. But I think I like the lorry best.
5 The vase is pretty but it’s very expensive. Oh, this dish is nice. . . but I think I like the plate better.
6 I’m sure she’d like this necklace. The bracelet’s lovely and so are the ear-rings, but I don’t think she wears bracelets or ear-rings very often.
7 Well, I don’t want to get anything very expensive. The soap’s only £4. The aftershave’s £8. That’s too
much. And the cologne’s £15. No, I don’t think I want to spend more than £5.


Going on holiday
Activity 2
Listen to these people on holiday planning what they’re going to do. Number what you hear from 1 -5.

1 Well, the bus will pick us up at nine o’clock. The tour lasts about four hours, so we should be back at about one o’ clock.
2 There’s a show at eight p.m. and then the late show is at eleven p.m. Let’s go to the late show.
3 The seafood here is supposed to be really good. Let’s try it, shall we? I’m really hungry.
4 It says in the guide book they’ve got a lot of famous paintings. Let’s go and have a look. It’s free, too.
5 The prices here are supposed to be quite good. I really need some new clothes and some shoes... Let’s go and see what we can find.

Activity 3

Listen to people talking about their holidays. What places did they visit? Tick the places they visited in each list below.
1 We really loved Japan. We wanted to go to Korea, too, but there wasn’t time. Then we went on to Hong Kong. I love Chinese cities. We finished with a week in Thailand. It was all very exciting.
2 Well, we started in Holland, but decided not to go to France. So we went to Spain instead. It’s a beautiful country. We didn’t go to Italy this year, but went straight on to Greece.
3 I’m sorry we went to Los Angeles. It’s an ugly place. But we loved San Francisco. Then we went on to Boston. We had to change planes in Chicago. We had a couple of days in Boston and New York, and then found we didn’t have time to go to Washington.
4 We started in Paris and drove up to Brussels. Then we flew to Munich for a week. We were going to stop in Vienna, but we didn’t have time, so we went on to Rome. Some friends came up from Naples to join us.

Activity 4

Listen to people talking about different cities. What can you do in each place? Tick the lists below.
1 It’s not really the best place to shop. Prices are too high there nowadays. But the food’s great and quite cheap. It’s a wonderful place just to walk around in and look at the old buildings. But there aren’t any interesting museums or art galleries, I’m afraid.
2 It’s a very nice place to visit if you like being outdoors. The scenery is beautiful. Take a bus trip around the island, and sail around it if you have time. You can also go skiing. Unfortunately, the water is too cold there for swimming. You probably

won’t like the local food. It’s very spicy. 3 There are very good beaches there. Everything’s
quite cheap, so take plenty of money with you! There’s not much else to do. There’s only one hotel and no interesting old buildings.
4 There are several excellent museums and art galleries. If you like Chinese food you should visit Chinatown. It’s fairly quiet at night though. It doesn’t have any good nightclubs or theatres.

Activity 5

Listen to people getting ready for their holidays. Tick the things they’re going to take with them.
1 I’m not going to take many things with me this time, so I won’t need the big suitcase. Let’s see. I think we can buy presents for our friends when we get there. They’ll have music on the plane, so I won’t need my personal stereo, but I’d better take something to read. It’ll be fairly cool at this time of the year, so I don’t suppose we’ll be doing any swimming. I’d better pack the umbrella in case it rains. I’ll need a thick coat, too, if it’s going to be cold. That’s about everything.
2 I’ll put all our things into the big suitcase. Now, where are those presents we bought? I’ll put them in the top. I think I’ll get a new camera as soon as I arrive. I won’t take my old one. You might want to listen to music on the plane, so I’ll take the personal stereo. I won’t take these books, they’re too heavy. The weather should be good at this time of the year, so we’ll be able to do some swimming. We won’t need coats or umbrellas. I’ll put in some air-sickness tablets in case we need them.

Activity 6

Listen to people talking about their holidays. Did they enjoy themselves? Tick the best answer.
1 The people were very friendly and the hotel was great. It was a really wonderful holiday.
2 Well, the food was good but the prices were terrible. And the hotel wasn’t very quiet.
3 The beaches are beautiful but the cities are very dirty. And don’t travel on the local buses, they’re awful!
4 Everyone was so rude, and the food wasn’t very good. We’ll certainly never go there again.
5 The temperature was just right. We both like hot weather. The hotel was very cheap too, and the local food is delicious.
6 Oh, the scenery’s beautiful, lovely lakes and mountains. And prices are much better than here. It’s a pity the weather was so bad while we were there, though.
7 I enjoyed the shopping best of all. The department stores are great. The hotels, of course, are very clean and modern and the staff are so helpful.

Activity 7

Listen to questions about travel and choose the best answer.
1 How did you enjoy your trip?
2 Have you been here long?
3 How long are you going to be here?
4 Where did you go for your holiday?
5 When did you get back from Japan?
6 Have you ever been to Australia?
7 How long were you away?
8 What did you think of Wales?

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