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TIMESAVER WRITING ACTIVITIES
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I’m at home. I’m just outside my house. I’m at the bus stop opposite my house. I’m on the bus. My bus has just arrived in town. Oh no! My battery’s flat!
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44 Callum is text messaging his friends, so he doesn’t want any messages from his mother. 55 1 I’ve missed the bus. I’m at the bus stop. CU @ 6.30. 2 I’m on the bus now but the bus was late. CU @ 2.15.
Pages 20–21 Messages: Excuse notes 11 1 went; 2 missed; 3 was; 4 had; 5 fell, broke 22 1 His hamster died. 2 He hurt his foot. 3 He lost his keys. 4 He had toothache. 5 His uncle arrived from Africa.
Pages 16–17 Messages: E-cards 11 1 2 3 4 5 6
CAN U MEET ME 2NIGHT? KEV NO. I’M @ LAURA’S. I’LL PHONE U ASAP. AMY GR8. SAY HI 2 LAURA 4 ME. BB. C U 2MORROW. LOL, AMY
33 (Suggested answers) Alice Smith: Her goldfish died. Dean Armstrong: He fell into the river. Richard Short: He was at the dentist’s./He went to the dentist’s. Kylie Preston: She hurt/cut her finger.
Merry Christmas Get well soon! Happy Birthday Have a good trip! Congratulations on your new baby! Good luck with your driving test!
44 (Students’ own answers) 22 1 a; 2 d; 3 c; 4 e; 5 b; 6 f
Pages 22–23 Postcards: Hello from different places
43 (Suggested answers) 1 To Thomas Get well soon! Love,/Cheers,
2 To Mrs Jones, Have a good trip! Best wishes,/All the best,
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Pages 18–19 Messages: Text messages 11 1 happy birthday to you 2 see you soon 3 today 4 wait for me 5 tonight 6 see you at school
(Suggested answers) taken lots of photos. been to a brilliant reggae concert. met some really nice people. eaten lots of ice cream. bought a souvenir T-shirt.
Address: Alison Brown 16 Railway Street Oxford OX12 4PJ Great Britain
2 The hidden words are: Mobile phone.
Pages 24–25 Postcards: From a good hotel?
33 1 See you at swimming club. Lots of love, Rachel 2 Wait for me at the bus stop tomorrow. Joe 3 I’ve got a great present for you! Lots of love, Nicola 4 I’ll see you as soon as possible at the park. Bye bye, Mark
11 Hello from a terrible hotel! There’s nothing to do here. The swimming pool is tiny and the beach is a long way from the hotel.The hotel is very dirty and the food is awful. It’s raining, and ice creams are really expensive!
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Students cross out: soft, fast expensive, modern, strong, big large, modern, round, white expensive, empty, cheap
33 (Suggested answers) 1 Hi! I’m on holiday in Spain. Our hotel is awful/dirty/expensive/tiny/etc. But the swimming pool is enormous/great/etc. And it’s sunny every day! See you soon! 2 Hi! We’re on holiday in England. The food in this hotel is awful/boring/cold/terrible/etc. and the swimming pool is dirty/tiny/etc.! But the people are cool/friendly/great/honest/ interesting/etc. See you soon!
Pages 26–27 Postcards: From a festival Notes Edinburgh Festival: The Edinburgh Festival, held annually in August, is a popular festival of performing arts, including music, films and theatre. The artists and performers, who can be seen in theatres, church halls and on the streets, range from internationally known orchestras to amateur theatre groups. The festival is known as a place where young performers can make a name for themselves. Royal Yacht: For most of the second half of the twentieth century, the Royal Yacht served as a travelling palace for Queen Elizabeth II, especially when she visited distant countries of the Commonwealth. Made redundant by air travel, the Royal Yacht was taken to Leith (just outside Edinburgh), where it has become a tourist attraction. Princes Street: This is the main shopping street in Edinburgh. Unlike many shopping streets, it has shops on one side of the street only. The other side is open, with fine views to the castle and Edinburgh Old Town. Tattoo: A traditional part of the Edinburgh Festival (see above) is the Royal Military Tattoo – a colourful military show, put on in the evening on the esplanade in front of Edinburgh Castle. 11 Students cross out: 1 some great music 2 my uncle 3 a good cup of tea 4 a bus 5 my favourite book 6 a T-shirt 22 I’m in Edinburgh.We’ve had brilliant weather! I haven’t taken any photos yet because I’ve lost my camera. But I’ve been to a brilliant photo exhibition and I’ve just bought a ticket for a mime show tomorrow afternoon. I’ve seen a few famous people! I’ve been so busy that I haven’t visited the castle yet! So you see I’ve had a great time here in Edinburgh. 33 1 eaten; 2 taken; 3 had 4 seen; 5 met; 6 been 7 lost; 8 bought; 9 phoned
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Pages 28–29 Postcards: The outdoor activities centre 11 Note To crack the code, write the next letter in the alphabet: z = a, a = b, b = c, etc. 1 We 2 We 3 We 4 We
made a brilliant raft. crawled through a cave. went abseiling. It was scary. took some food and drink with us.