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Eva Ulven Lena Börjesson Eva Jönsson Marianne Webb-Davidson

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Lærerveiledning

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GAN Forlag AS


ISBN 82-492-0074-8

 GAN Forlag AS


1. utgave/1. opplag 2000
 Lena Börjesson, Eva Jönsson, Marianne Webb-Davidson og Liber AB, Stockholm

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Self assessment tests Self assessment test 1


Work in small groups, pairs or on your own.

Unit 1

Reading A – Dear Declan in Dublin page 10


Answer these questions.

Questions Answers

1 Are we in London now? Yes, I am. / No, I’m not.

2 Is our teacher from New Zealand? Yes, you are. / No, you’re not.

3 Is Thomas a name? Yes, we are. / No, we’re not.

4 Are freckles brown? Yes, they are. / No, they are not.

5 Are you interested in English? Yes, he is. / No,he isn’t.

6 Is your hair curly? Yes, she is. / No, she isn’t.

7 Are you interested in motorbikes? Yes, it is. / No, it is’t.

8 Are your eyes brown?

9 Are you from Holland?

10 Is Madonna a singer?

11 Are you a penfriend?

12 Are we all students?

13 Are we in school now?

14 Are you interested in surfing on the Net?

Questions

• Is this easy or difficult?

• Do you need to practise more? To think more about am, are and is?

Unit 1 Self assessment test 2

Listening A – Declan’s phone call page 16


Write sentences:

Example

Declan is from Dublin.


___________________ + am / are / is + ____________________________________

1 Kate Murphy is ___________________________________________

2 You ___________________________________________

3 Our teacher ___________________________________________

4 We ___________________________________________

5 My best friend ___________________________________________

6 Liam ___________________________________________

7 My English book ___________________________________________

8 My address ___________________________________________

9 The bus ___________________________________________

10 Kate’s party ___________________________________________

11 I ___________________________________________

12 My hair ___________________________________________

13 My eyes ___________________________________________

14 It ___________________________________________
Questions

Was it easy or difficult? Why?


Unit 1 Self assessment test 3

Listening B – Phone numbers and names page 17


Work in pairs.

Student A

Say these names, spell them and say the phone numbers. Student B will write.

Ann Boru, 295 7695

John Swift, 6188739 or 087 – 2957712

Joanna Hamilton, 01 – 494 5585

Mary Robinson, 01 – 2185491 or 086 – 2242927

Peter Geldof, 869 9248

Michael Woodman, 086 – 836 4721

Kate Joyce, 668 3471 or 608 6789

Ian Halliday, 862 8216 or 087 – 674 1957

Questions:

Which letters are easy? Difficult? Which numbers are easy? Difficult? Why?


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Student B

Say these names, spell them and say the phone numbers. Student A will write.

Joyce Baker, 01–290 9289

Tom Beckett, 185 6684

Hector Grey, 749 8210

Liam Brady, 562 6089

Ellen Brown, 712 9364

Michele Ferguson, 01 – 820 1199

Edward Carson, 01 – 639 2245

Edna Brannigan, 086 – 947 5832

Matt Talbot, 01 – 668 0349

Julia O'Connor, 781 9939


Questions

Which letters are easy? Difficult? Which numbers are easy? Difficult? Why?


Unit 2 Self assessment test 4

Reading A – Just round the corner page 30


a Try and fill in the missing verbs.

b Listen to the CD. Fill in all the verbs.
Paul and his Dad, Colin, ________ (1) in Carlisle. This ______ (2) Colin’s first visit to Paul’s new home. Paul _________ (3) on his way to work.

Colin Now then, where’_____ (4) the Post Office? I ______________ (5)

_____________ (6) this card to your mother.



Paul Just round the corner. To the right.

Colin And where _____ (7) the second-hand clothes shop? I ______________ (8) a new jacket.


Paul Second-hand? I ______________ (9) the nearest one is by the station. You can’t ___________ (10) NEW second-hand things, Dad. Second-hand _________ (11) old!

Colin OK. I _____________ (12) another old jacket. ________ (13) that better?

Paul Not really, but never mind.___________ (14) up here, to the traffic lights, ____________ (15) left and keep going till you ______________ (16) to the church, at the crossroads. At the church, ______________ (17) right. You can ___________ (18) the station from there, I ___________________ (19).

Colin Turn right at the crossroads, OK. __________ (20) there a good Indian somewhere? Where we can ________________ (21) lunch?

Paul The only one I _______________ (22) is the Raj. In Bay Road. It’s opposite the Post Office. On the left.

Colin Excellent! Half past twelve OK? I’d ____________ (23) a newspaper, too.
Where’s …?

Paul
Sorry, Dad. I’m in a hurry. And I am not a Tourist Information Office, I just _____________ (24) there. You can __________ (25) a paper and a map at the newsagent’s if you ___________________ (26) it! See you later!

Questions

• Which of the verbs are most useful? Why?

• Can you use all the verbs in sentences when you speak or write?




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