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Contents
Map ofthe book

Unit 1

Unit 2

Unit 3

Unit 4

unít 5
Unit 6

Unit 7

Unit 8

unit 9

lJnit 10

lJnit 11

Unit 12

Communication practice

Grammar and vocabutary pÍactice

Granmar reference

Transcripts

Welcome

Num bers

Work

Information

Places

Action

Meeting

Reporting

Communication

Plans

Sales

6

72

18

24

30

36

42

4A

54

60

66

72

78

94

707

776

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Look at the airPoÍt scr€en. complet€ the
sent€nces with words fíom the scr€en.

I The f l ights to , ! , r , ' ) , 'L
a n d

alen' t late. They'r€

2 The f l ight to is late.
| t 's by ]0 Ínlnut€s'

I You can check ln now for the f l ight lo
. The check in ls

You can' t check in for the f l lght to
. The check in is

5 TheÍe's no f | ight to
It's

6 FoÍ the f l isht to
D 1 0

11o Listen to a passen8€r ch€cking in for a flight'
Answے the question..

1 What ]dent i f icat ion does the Ínan have?

2 Does he get a window seat?

3 Why ls the plane fuLl?

4 s the f l ight on t imel

5 Does the man have any luggage to check in?

6 Which gate does he need lo go to?

7 Whele aÍe the shops?

t o
, g o

7 The passengeÍs are gett ing on the
plane to

1o9 Listen and chéck your

, . r , : t l. r!. I r-, . l - l . . ] -
r , a r r r - -r - r ! -. i,, r. r. ---

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Progress 10

b FitL in th€ gaps in the travel vocabÜlaíy.

Í i d e | | i | y n 1 {

l";
hand

."rlboáíding bÍ ief card
seát

Ouestiors: any
Do you have any information about the
flight?

Po si tive se nte n ces : some

Th€re are some passengels at the
check-in.

Negotive sentences:
no oí negotlve verb + any
I have no hand luggage.
I dont have any hand luggage.

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5 S u i t
6

5eaÍ
luggage

pass

lto Listen to th€ Conveí.ation in 2a
again and check youí answéís. Then Practi5€
saying th€ words in 1-7.

vocabulary practi(e.. ') Page 104, Exeí(ise 5'

work w|th a partner. can you count thes€
thin8s or not? Writ€ the words in th€ chaít.

d

é g Glammaí píactice..' Pa8e 104, Exerc|se 6'

sui tcase luggage t icket ident i f icat ion
ident i tycard infoÍmation

I counurre

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ory oluÍál - somo

communication practice 30. stud€nt A ..)
Page 85.student B .. ' Pa8€ 92.

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f lto Listen to th€ conversation again.
l'|nd€rl|ne the woÍds you hear in these
lent€nces.

7 Da you have some/anylno identiflcation?

2 |'m afÍaid th€Íe are 50ne/ony/no window
!€ats Iet t '

3 Do you have sonelony/no llrggage'l

4 50 you have somelory/no luggage Ia

5 No, I don't have some/any/no othet bags.
6 ^Íe |heÍe sone/ony/no shops after th€

secuÍ i ty check?

7 lhe|e aÍe some/any/no shops over ther€'

Talk about your bad ol funny €xperi€nces o|
tÍavetting by plane.

. cancel la l ions

. lost luggage

. mis l ing a f l ight

. iorget t ing your t ickel oÍ pa5spoÍ l

USEFUL LANGUAGE

ls the f l ight on t ime?
N0, i t 's delayed. l t 's 40 minutes late.
Theíe's no flight to Jakarta today. |t'5
canael led.

The flight is boárding now, at gate 89.
Would you | ike an aisle seat oÍ a window
seat?

Do you have any luggáge to check in?

Only hand luggage.

HeÍe'5 your boarding pass.

UncountabL
son€ (no ptuÍa|)

l o r

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A we had exáct|y lhe same si luation in Dub|in.
B Last yeaÍ?
A Yeah. We made a profit - iust.
B We lost money,
A Did you?
B Yeah. Not too much, but, um ...
A But this year, you're doing OK?
B Yeah, wete making money.
A Íhat! good. We aÍe. The 8ood thing i5, co5t5 are lowel

th|s yeaÍ, with the stlongel euío.
B That! tlue, yeah. Aíd they?e getting lower' of couÍse,

yoLr?e In the euro zone, in lreland.
A That's í|8ht.
B 50, do you just manage one store?
A Yeah, the Dublln b6nch. There is another one, in ...

1A'
A So how many T-shirts did we order?
B lJm .,. two thousand flve hundred.
A Rlght, So it's quite a small order, then.
B Yeah. |t! a new pÍoduct, so we want to test lt first'
A suíe. How many stores are we selliog them in?
B FIVE.
A R|ght. And do you know the sellií8 price?
B They?e on sale at nlne eurcs, ln the stores, lt's a cheap

prooucr.
A Hmm. Ate we making much pÍoflt on them?
B 0n this old€l foíty peíCent.
A And what about bigger oÍdets? HoW much discount can

we get?
B Ten ol frfreen peícent mo|e.
A So we can make a flfty, fifty.five percent proflt margln

on them?
B Yeah. Ánd more, ií they sel| well' I think we can 8et a

maximum twenty peÍcent discount on rcally big olders.
A ls there much demand at the moment? That! the

question. Do many people want to buy T-shins in winter?
B Well, people buy them to wear under sweaters and

5h|íts ...

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I
Asslstant Do you need any help?
customeÍ Yes, how much js this Í.sh.n? | Can't frnd the

price on it.
Assistant Er... Let's have a look. ... ls that it, there? Yes.

Thirteen pounds.
custom€Í oh right. o(. Thank you.

Transcripts

Assistant Yes, I'll go and get you a pair.
custom€Í Thanks'

3
Ass|st8nt can I h€lp you?
cÚstoméÍ Yes, |'d like to look at a Watch, if I can, please.
Assl5tant Sure.
clstom€r lt's that one there, at the back.
Asslstant This one heÍe?
cuslomeÍ Yes, that! it.
Asslstant There you are.
custom€Í Thanks. so it's ninety.nine fifry?
Assl5tant Nlnety.nine pounds fifry, that's right.

Guaíarrteed foÍ two yea15'

Asslstant Hello.
cÚstom€Í Hello. could I have one of thosé, please?
Ass|stant one of these, heÍe? Th€ brac€|€ts?
customar Yes,
Ass|stant What colour would you like? Theíe3 b|ue, p|nk

... yellow lJm ... I think we've got them in
gíeen| as wel|.

CustoDer Um ...
Asslst.nt ls it a present?
Customer Yeah, lt'9 not for mel
Asslstant That's what they all sayl
Customer lt! for my daughter. She! thirteen. LJm ...
Ass|stant The p|nk ones are Í|ce.
customer |'ll have a piÍ|k one, then, p|ea9e' Thank you.

5
Asllst.nt Thatl thiny.nine pounds ninety, please.
customér can I pay W|th this cíed|t caÍd?
Asllstant Yes, we accept those. That3 fine.
customeí Here you ale'
Als|stant Thanks. |fyou cou|d jusl sign héle' .'. Thanks.

tt4

Yeah.
W€ had a hald yeal' |ast year.
Low sales?
Well, Wé sold a lot of ploducts. But, um ... nearly al|
low.maÍ8in goods.

don,t ofr€n go shopping fol clothes but when I go,
buy qulte a lot. Iusually know what I want befoíe
go. so I iust buy what I need, and coÍne back as soon

as I have everything. And I try to go when it! quiet.
I hate shopping when it! busy.

2 | |ove shoppin8 ... especially foÍ cloth€s. Ev€n |f it!
only window shopping. I don't think I spend too mLrch
on clothes. ldon' t buy lots ofthings and then never
wear them, like some people. But I can undeEtand
why people do that.

z
Customer

Assistant
Customer

Ercuse me. I'm just looking at these shoes.
|,m a size foÍty"fivé, Eulopean slze' What's that
in a tJK siz€? Do you know?
lJK size, thatl a .'. ten.and.a.halí
Right' could I try them in a t€n.and.a.half
then, please?

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