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UNIT 5, 5G Speaking, Asking for and giving directions, page 60

Exercise 2

1 Go to the end of the road. 

2 Go past the bank.

3 Take the first left. 

4 Go under the bridge.

5 Go along King’s Rd. 

6 Turn right at the crossroads.

7 Go straight on. 

8 Cross the road.

 

Exercise 3

The museum is 2.

 

Exercise 4

Where’s the hospital? Go along Victoria Street, under the bridge. Take the first right. Then turn left at the traffic lights. Go to the end of Queens Street and turn right. Go left at the roundabout and go past the traffic lights. The hospital is on the right.

Where’s the swimming pool? Go along Victoria Street, under the bridge. Go to the end of the road. Turn right into Kings Road. Go straight on to the roundabout. Take the first left at the roundabout. Go past the traffic lights to the next roundabout. Turn left at the roundabout into East Road. The swimming pool is on your left, next to the gym. 

Where’s the car park? Go along Victoria Street, under the bridge. Take the first right. Go to the end of the road. Turn left into North Street. The car park is on your right.

Where’s the post office? Go along Victoria Street, under the bridge. Take the first left. Go to the end of the road. Turn right. Go to the end of the road. The post office is opposite.

 

Exercise 5

1 the restaurant 

2 the gym 

3 the cinema

4 the supermarket

 

Exercise 6

1 Speaker 1 doesn’t use any of the questions.

2 Could you repeat that, please?

3 What does pedestrian crossing mean?

4 Could you speak more slowly, please?

 

UNIT 5, 5H Writing, An article, page 61

Exercise 1

It looks more attractive / uglier than my town. 

It’s probably more boring / exciting. 

My town is more modern / historic than Beverley. 

I think it’s cleaner / more polluted than my town. 

It also looks quieter / more crowded than my town

 

Exercise 3

1

2 a 

3 c

 

Exercise 4

e

 

Exercise 5

tea room, café, sandwich shop, restaurant, pub, fish and chip shop

 

Exercise 7

Eating out There is a wide choice of places to eat out, from the cheap to the very expensive.

Entertainment … is well known for its theatres and famous concert hall.

Getting around It’s easy to travel around when you’re in …

History … is an ancient city with a long and interesting history.

Places of interest There are many exciting things to do and see in …

Places to stay From inexpensive B&Bs to luxury hotels, there’s accommodation for everyone.

Shopping For people who love shopping, … has a lot to offer.

 

Exercise 8

Exeter is a city in the south-west of England. It has a

population of 125,000. It’s very popular with tourists. They come to explore the city’s cathedral, museums, art galleries and beautiful old streets.

It’s easy to travel around when you’re in Exeter. There are buses and plenty of taxis. It’s easy to cycle and many tourists like to explore the city on foot.

From inexpensive rooms for backpackers to luxury hotels, there’s accommodation in Exeter for everyone. Most visitors stay in the centre of the city near the main attractions. This is the most interesting part of the city.

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