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A- No, I can’t stand ______ them! I ______ action films. B- Really? Well, I guess ______ __ okay. But give me a good romance any day. A- I always thought you were a romantic! B- Yes, that’s me. Hobbies & Entertainment Page 69 Listening
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Page 70 A- Well enough about TV and movies, what about ______ ? Do you like ___ ______ ? B- Yeah, I like ______ . Reading is my favorite pastime. I definitely like reading better than ______ TV. A- Really! You’d rather read ______ watch TV? How unusual! B- Do you think so? A- No, not really. I’m sure a lot of people prefer ______ to ______ TV. What do you read? B- ______ I can get my hands on. Magazines, books, pamphlets, but mostly books. A- What kind of books do you like? B- Well, I just ______ The Russlander, it’s a historical fiction. A- The Russlander? I’ve never heard of it. ______ wrote it? B- Sandra Birdsell. She’s a Canadian writer. A- Really? Do you read ___ _____ ___ historical fiction? B- Not a lot. A- Do you like Canadian writers? B- Oh yes, I like them ______ ______ American writers. ______ about you? A- Oh, I like American writers better. B- Traitor!
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Leisure Time Activities 2.A Pair Work. Look at the words and place them on the chart. Some of the words can appear in more than one category. When you have finished, add two or more new words to each category. Cookbooks Jazz Horror Action & Adventure Cooking Shows Game Shows Soap Operas Astrology Auto-biography/ Biography Drama Antiques Cult Films Documentary Reggae Cooking News Soap Operas Sewing Cartoons/Animation Sci-fi & Fantasy History Talk Shows International Rap & Hip-Hop Health & Living Cult Movies Comedy Sitcoms Sketching Children’s Photography Current Events Painting Stamp Collecting Knitting Blues Surfing the Net Crossword Puzzles Country & Western Musicals Vocabulary Books Music TV Programs Movies Cookbooks Cooking Reggae Cooking shows Sci-fi & Fantasy Page 71
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Page 72 2.B Pair work. Find out about your partner. What’s your favorite kind of Who’s your favorite … … book? … writer? … hobby? … artist or artisan? … music? … singer? … TV program? … actress? … movie? … actor?
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Page 73 3. A Individual & Group Work. Write a category of book, hobby, music, etc. opposite Type. (It doesn’t have to be your favorite). Then ask three students in your group or the class for their opinion about each of your selections. Write their names in the appropriate opinion boxes. Example: You: Do you like science fiction books? Joe: I love them! (Write Joe’s name in the ‘Love’ box under ‘Books’.) You: What about you? Do you like science fiction books? Nancy: No, I can’t stand them! (Write Nancy’s name in the ‘Can’t stand’ box under ‘Books’.) You: Do you like science fiction books? Burt: Yeah, I like them a little. (Write Burt’s name in the ‘Like a little’ box under ‘Books’.) Speaking Category Preferences Books Hobbies Music TV Programs Type: E.g. Science Fiction Cooking Soul Sitcoms Action Love Joe Like Like a little Burt Dislike Can’t stand (Hate) Nancy
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A DJECTIVES OF C OMPARISON Adjective Comparative form of adjective long longer (than) [note that short, one-syllable adjectives take –er] short shorter (than) tall taller (than) easy easier (than)
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