Chapter four: Going out



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Chapter four: Going out
1a Key:

Let op hoe je je gedraagt.

Mors je thee niet en knabbel niet aan je brood.

Plaag elkaar niet.

Tommy moet niet teveel praten of ruzie maken met zijn broer.
1b Example key:

Disco: Don't wear trainers.

Cinema: Don't talk during the film.

Restaurant: Don't smoke.


A
2 Key:

1 blue dress

2 Italian food

3 hamburgers and chips

4 watch a DVD

5 the food is quite costly

6 three forks

7 pasta – chicken

8 they aren’t full and they paid an awful lot of money

9 Burger Baron

10 double date
3 Example key:

1 Bella’s 16th birthday

2 from Bella’s parents

3 specials, soups, starters, dessert

4 a salad

5 start from the outside, work inwards

6 too expensive

7 curious where Bella and Richie always eat


4 Key:

1 walnuts - crunchy

2 salad - delicious

3 pasta - tasty

4 chicken - tender

5 parsley - bitter

6 tiramisu - creamy

7 canneloni - skinny

8 hamburgers - juicy

B
5 Key:

1 short


2 long

3 long


4 short

5 long


6 short

7 long


8 short

9 short
6 Key:

1 This

2 everything - nothing



3 that

4 -


5 -

6 think


7 there; three
C
7 Key:

Ally & Riley – Water skiing

Miranda & John – A dance

Chloe & Will – The zoo

Rosalyn & Peter – Bike riding
8 Example key:

1 Beslissen wat je gaat doen tijdens de date.

2 Een aantal titels van films in een hoed gooien en er samen één uit halen.

3 Dan zijn er meer mensen om met gespreksonderwerpen te komen.

4 Op een schoolfeest zijn er allemaal klasgenoten die extra op je gaan letten. Dit kan voor nog meer druk zorgen.

5 Je moet wel onthouden dat het een date is, geen wedstrijd.

6 Dat je niet te lang gaat paardrijden, anders heb je allebei pijnlijke billen.

7 Omdat je heel veel historische plekken zult tegenkomen die je nog niet kende.

8 Dat je allebei een leuke tijd hebt.
9 Key:

1 for ages

2 hardest

3 creative

4 a bunch

5 outdoors

6 pitfall

7 picnic


8 sore

9 surprised

10 main
10 Example key:

1 Go to the cinema.

2 A nice romantic dinner.

3 Go kayaking on a lake.


D
11 Key:

1 Would you like a hamburger and chips?

2 That sounds great.

3 No, thank you. I’m a vegetarian.

4 Do you feel like coming along to a concert this weekend?

5 I’d love to, but I usually go to bed early on weekdays.

6 What would you like for dinner?

7 I would like some juice, please.

8 I can't, because I’m staying over at a friend’s right now.
12a Example key:

1 Would you like to come over tonight?

2 Do you want to go cycling on Wednesday?

3 How about watching a film?

4 Do you feel like having spaghetti tonight?

5 What would you like to listen to?


12b Example key:

How about watching a film?

>No, thanks, I don’t feel like watching a film with you.

What would you like to listen to?

>I like Snow Patrol very much. Could you put them on?

Do you feel like having spaghetti tonight?

Yes, I love Italian food!
13 Example key:

*Sue* Hey Johnny. I wanted to ask you something.

Johnny^^ Hi Sue! What is it?

*Sue* Well, would you like to go bowling with me tonight?

Johnny^^ I can't tonight, because I'm studying for that Maths test.

*Sue* OK… Do you want to go to the school dance then?

Johnny^^ Sorry… I'd love to, but I'm staying at my dad's this weekend.

*Sue* Right. Well, how about coming along to a concert next week?

Johnny^^ Sure! That sounds great.

*Sue* Perhaps we could go out for dinner before the concert. What would you like to eat?

Johnny^^ Good idea. I'd like a pizza.



  1. Example key:

Hey, check out this ad. Would you like to go to this Indian restauran, Gourmet Ganges?

>Well, I don’t really like spicy food. Would you like to go to an Italian restaurant instead?

Do they serve pizzas there? I love those!

>Of course they do. Let’s go there then.

Ok! What do you think you will order?

>I think I’ll have a Quattro Stagioni, and a diet Coke. What about you?

Mmh. I think I’ll have a pizza Margherita, and a bitter lemon. Maybe we could share a dessert? I really like Tiramisu.

> So do I! I can’t wait!


Countries & cultures
15 Key:

558 Het aantal Engelse ponden dat Queen Anne betaalde voor de grond waar de Ascot Racecourse op gebouwd is.

4 million De totale hoeveelheid prijzengeld in ponden.

120,000 Het aantal flessen champagne dat gedronken wordt tijdens het jaarlijkse evenement op Ascot.

100 Het prijzengeld in ponden tijdens de eerste race ooit op Royal Ascot.

6,000 Aantal kreeften dat gegeten wordt tijdens het evenement op Ascot.

1711 Het jaar waarin de eerste Ascot race plaatsvond.
16 Example key:

1 Omdat de koninklijke familie eigenaar is van het circuit. Het circuit ligt ook dichtbij Windsor Castle.

2 Het wordt elk jaar voor vier dagen in juni gehouden. Het totale prijzengeld is meer dan 4 miljoen pond.

3 Ascot is eigenlijk het meest beroemd om de kleding die mensen dragen en de hoeden.

4 Een tailgate picnic is een picknick die gehouden wordt op de parkeerplaats. Mensen eten kreeft en drinken champagne uit de achterklep van hun limousines.

5 Niet bellen met je mobiele telefoon. Geen kauwgum kauwen. Geen blote benen hebben. Zodra de Koning of Koningin klaar is met lunchen, moet iedereen stoppen met eten.


E


  1. Key:

Activity

1

2

3

4

Photo

B

C

D

A




  1. Key:

Activity 1

Activity 2

Activity 3

Activity 4

E, H

C, G

A, F

B, D



19 Example key:

1 Ze zag een documentaire op televisie.

2 Afspreken met vrienden, naar de bioscoop gaan, uitgaan en voetballen.

3 Goede muziek, goede atmosfeer, grote porties en redelijke prijzen.

4 De opwinding die in de lucht hangt.

5 Elk park heeft andere attracties.

6 Eén keer.

7 Over een paar maanden.

8 Omdat er een avontuurlijke film draait: ‘Thrill Seeker 3’
*20 Example key:

1 They don't like dancing.

2 The music isn't their taste.

3 The music is too loud to talk.

4 The people there drink too much.

5 It's too expensive.


*21 Key:

2, 4, 5, 6, 9


*22 Example key:

1 Boring Venus's mother thinks Venus is boring because she’s always reading.

2 Friday Night Friday night is the night that Venus actually goes out.

3 Time Out Time out is the name of the website with information about things to do in London that Venus checks out.

4 IGC IGC stands for Institute of Global Culture and is the museum where Venus and her date are going on Friday night.

5 Jean-Paul Jean-Paul is the French exchange student that agrees to go to the museum with Venus.


F
23 Example key:

Step 1 Bepaal met je ouders een goed tijdstip om te praten over uitgaan.

Step 2 Wees eerlijk en duidelijk over wat je gaat zeggen.

Step 3 Beoordeel hoe alles gegaan is en praat met je ouders als je nog iets dwars zit.


24 Key:

1 false 23-26

2 true 26-28

3 false 29-30

4 false 34-35

5 true 39-41

6 false 47-48

7 true 53-55

8 true 57-59
25 Example key:

Elayne asks her parents again and again even if they say no. She nags. She doesn’t evaluate.


*26 Key:

Statement

Name(s)

He/She can’t do his/her favourite activity every Saturday because it’s too expensive.

Andrew

He/She spends his/her Saturday with his/her family.

Sarah

He/She talks about his/her friends.

Tess

He/She writes about food and drink.

Dave, Andrew

He/She does something sporty on Saturday night.

Dave


*27 Example key:

2 Tess thinks her friend Diane will become a famous celebrity one day.

Tess thinks her friend Diane will become a make-up artist one day.

3 There are only a few cinemas where Andrew lives.

There are quite a few cinemas in my city.

4 Saturday night bowling has been a tradition in Sarah's family since the 80s.

Saturday night bowling has been a tradition in Sarah's family since the Super Bowl opened its doors.
*28 Example key:

Andrew’s Saturday night is very different from the way I usually spend my Saturday night. I never go to the cinema. I only sometimes watch films on that are on TV.

I think my Saturday night is a lot like Tess's, except that my friends and I don't have pyjama parties. But we do visit each other's houses, where we play CDs, watch television, gossip, put on make-up and give each other beauty treatments.

I think that's probably why I like Tess's Saturday night best. We have the same interests and hobbies, I think. Although it would also be cool if my friends and I could skate, like Dave. That sounds cool, too.


G


  1. Key:

1 I’m looking forward to going to the movies. / I can’t wait to see him again. / I hope to see him again.

2 Can I go skydiving? No, you can’t.

3 I’d love to go for a burger.

4 Am I allowed to stay up late? No, you aren’t.

5 I can't wait to hang out with friends.
30 Example key:

1 Am I allowed to go out tonight?

2 Can I go to the cinema alone?

3 May we stay for dinner?

4 Am I allowed to bring a friend?

5 May I skip school today?


31 Example key:

1 I’m looking forward to seeing you again.

2 I’d love to see a film again.

3 are we allowed to watch a scary film?

4 I can’t wait to meet him again this weekend.

5 may I go out with him? / Ican I go out with him?

6 No, you may not. / No, you can’t.

7 Yes all right.

8 I hope to hear from you soon.
32 Example key:

Hey mum, I’d like to go to one of the London Kids Events. I’d like to go bungee jumping.

>Excuse me? Bungee jumping? Are you out of your mind? What kind of event is this?

It’s one of the London Kids Events. You can bungee jump off the Big Ben. Isn’t that great?

>Eh. No. That doesn’t sound so great, actually. It sounds dangerous!

You don’t have to do it, mum! Can I go? I’d love to!

>No. I think it’s much too dangerous. You can go the minute you’ve turned eighteen years old. Until then: no!

Tsss. Ok then. What about The New Voice? It’s a talent show. You know how I love to sing. It’s nothing like bungee jumping of course…

>That sounds much better. Of course you can go. Have a nice time.

Yeah. Great. Thanks a lot.
*33 Example key:


Hi Peter,
How are you? I’m great. I’m really looking forward to your party in two weeks. What would you like for your birthday?

Would you like to meet before your party? How about going to the cinema? Or do you want to go for a burger? I’d love to see that new film that's playing.

By the way, am I allowed to bring a friend to your party?
Hope to see you soon,

Rose



Grammar
1 Key:

1 am talking

2 am taking, read

3 is ringing

4 is sitting

5 talks


6 is having

7 isn’t drinking, is drinking

8 argue

9 are having



10 laugh
2 Key:

1 can’t


2 May / Can

3 May / Can

4 Could

5 can


6 Could, can't. / May, may not.

7 can’t
3 Key:

1 Can you cycle? / Can you cycle fast?

2 Has she got a dog?

3 When’s your birthday?

4 Is Steve ill?

5 What did you do yesterday?

6 Where did your grandma live?

7 Did you go to the cinema last night?

8 When did you meet? / When did you meet her?

9 Was he nervous?

10 Should they call the police?


4 Key:

1 would like / I’d like

2 would love / I’d love

3 would you like

4 would love / I’d love

5 would like / I’d like

6 would love / I’d love

7 would like / I’d like



8 would love / I’d love



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