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27 1. What word best describes each picture? a. skyscraper b. neighborhood c. market d. downtown 2. What is your city famous for? Describe your city or town Explain what makes a good neighborhood Discuss an action plan Make predictions about cities in the future CITIES 3 UNIT 26 UNIT GOALS
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Lesson A 29 1. The TV weather report says it _________________ tonight. 2. In 2030, only a few people _________________ in rural areas. 3. People _________________ newspapers in the future. 4. I think we _________________ a test next week. 5. In the future, students _________________ to school. They _________________ classes online. 6. Leila _________________ nineteen on her next birthday. C. Ask a partner three questions about city life in the future. Use will in each question. 28 Cities A GOAL 1 DESCRIBE YOUR CITY OR TOWN 78 A. Read the opinions. Which one do you agree with? Give more reasons. Urban a life is great! There is good public transportation b , like trains and buses. And we also have freeways c where cars can go fast. People can find good jobs in a factory d or a shopping center. And after work, there is great nightlife e in restaurants and dance clubs. Cities get bigger every year because they are the best place to live.” “City life is terrible! Cities are so crowded f , with too many people in a small area, and the population g grows every year. There is too much traffic h , because people want to drive their cars everywhere. It’s always noisy i and never quiet. A lot of people want to live in a rural j area, but there aren’t many jobs in the country. It’s better to live in a suburb k outside of the city, and commute l to a job downtown by car.” B. Match the words in blue in exercise A to the correct meaning. Word Focus traffic + jam = so many cars in the street that they can’t move population + growth = more people living in a place A. What do you think? Circle Y for yes or N for no . Compare your answers with a partner’s answers. In the year 2030 . . . 1. My city will be bigger than it is now. Y N 2. People will drive cars in the city. Y N 3. Houses will be smaller than they are now. Y N 4. The city will have many parks and green spaces. Y N Will Statement Negative Yes/no questions Wh- questions The city will be cleaner. People won’t drive cars. Will houses be smaller? Where will people live? *Use will to make predictions about things you are sure about in the future. *In speaking, use contractions with will: I’ll, you’ll, he’ll, she’ll, we’ll, they’ll . B. Complete the sentences with will and a verb from the box. A. Close your book and listen to the conversation. Where did Mimi live when she was a child? Mark: So, where are you from, Mimi? Mimi: I live in New York now, but I grew up in Seoul. Mark: Really? I’ve never been to Seoul. What’s it like? Mimi: Well, some people think it’s too crowded, but it has great restaurants. Mark: I’ve heard that it’s very polluted.
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