UNIT 6. 6G, page 61
He forgets to ask if the murder mystery involves acting.
1 Could you tell me if there is any free time on Thursday or Friday?
2 I'd also like to know which hotel in London we will be staying at.
3 Please let me know which of the tours are already fully booked.
... if you could give me some more information about some of the arrangements.
Would you mind sending me a complete list of dates for September and October?
UNIT 6 Language Review 5-6, page 62
1 By the end of term, we'll / will have done all our exams.
2 This time next week, they'll / will be lying on the beach.
3 A year from now, I'll / will have learned to drive.
4 At 10 p.m. I'll still be doing my homework.
5 I'll be leaving for the airpon at 7 a.m. tomorrow.
1 Do you fancy
2 Sorry, I can't.
3 Maybe we could
4 I'd be up for
5 Yes, that sounds
1 John said he hadn't finished his project the day before.
2 Our teacher told us we were having our lesson outside.
3 She said she couldn't do it on her own.
4 Mum told us she would do it for us the next day.
5 They told me their plane left that night.
1 I asked her if she'd had a nice time the day before.
2 He asked me when I was going home.
3 She asked him if he would give her a call.
4 I asked him where he had been the night before.
5 He asked her if she was working that evening.
1 Could you tell me what time the meeting starts?
2 Could you please let me know what time it finishes?
3 I'd like to know if there will be a break for lunch.
4 Please let me know if we have to bring food.
5 I'd be grateful if you could tell me how many people will be there.
UNIT 6 Skills Round-up 1-6, page 63
1 fell asleep
1 fell asleep