UNIT 1, IA Vocabulary, Holidays, page 4
Anna had a more enjoyable holiday.
boat trip, music festival, theme park
1 a castle
2 a theme park
4 mountain biking
5 a bike ride
6 an excursion
7 a bike
8 beach volleyball
10 the beach
visit a museum, go on a boat trip, visit a theme park
1 We visited the Tower of London …; … and we visited a theme park a couple of times.
2 Yes, it was great, thanks. I went on a city break … No, we went to London. … and went windsurfing. We went on a boat trip too. It was too expensive. I hung out with my friends. We went to a music festival …; Yes, it was OK.
3 But I didn’t do much. We didn’t go away. Just a shame the holidays weren’t longer.
4 Did you have a good holiday? What did you get up to? Did you have a good time? / Did you go on the London Eye?
UNIT 1, IB Grammar, Present tense contrast, page 5
He forgot they were supposed to revise together on Saturday.
Present Simple: starts; haven’t got; don’t like; is; makes; That’s; gives; don’t mind; need to do; have; know; That’s why; don’t remember; get back; can’t; have to help
Present Continuous: aren’t wearing; You’re always forgetting; I’m not feeling; (What) are you doing; is giving; we’re revising; I’m going away; you’re always forgetting; are decorating
There are 7 negative forms and 1 interrogative form.
a present simple
b present continuous
c present continuous
d present simple
e present simple
f present continuous
g present simple
Sentence a expresses a fact.
Sentence b expresses annoyance or jealousy that the person is always going shopping with Cathy.
1 am meeting; Do you want
2 walk; are going
3 love; cost
4 don’t want; is raining
5 Are you enjoying; do you prefer
6 don’t believe; is always inventing
7 are you laughing; don’t understand
8 am catching; arrives