UNIT 2, 2A Vocabulary, Love it or hate it, page 20-21
B board games
F read books
do ballet, drama, gymnastics, martial arts, photography, weights
play basketball, board games, cards, chess, ice hockey, a musical instrument, table tennis, volleyball
go ballroom dancing, BMXing, bowling, camping, cycling, horse riding, ice skating, rollerblading, running, shopping, skateboarding
A board games, cards, chess
B ballet, ballroom dancing, a musical instrument
C use social media, video blog, watch videos online
D bake cakes, collect figures, cards, stamps, etc., draw, hang out with friends, make clothes, read books, read magazines, text your friends, use social media, video blog, watch videos online, board games, cards, chess, a musical instrument
E cycling, BMXing, camping, hang out with friends, horse riding, ice skating, photography, rollerblading, running, skateboarding
F bake cakes, collect figures, cards, stamps, etc., cycling, draw, make clothes, read books, read magazines, photography, running, weights
G basketball, gymnastics, bowling, ice hockey, ice skating, martial arts, table tennis, volleyball, weights.
Speaker 1 going camping
Speaker 2 watching horror films
Speaker 3 using social media
Speaker 4 going shopping
Speaker 5 playing a musical instrument
1 never goes
2 are always
3 rarely uses / doesn’t often use
4 usually buys
5 sometimes plays
b ice hockey;
4 social media
7 martial art
9 board game
10 musical instruments
UNIT 2, 2B Grammar, Present perfect and past simple contrast, page 22
He collects McDonald’s memorabilia.
past simple His first job was cooking Big Macs; … he began collecting badges …; … Mike opened his own McDonald’s restaurant …
present perfect … has spent almost fifty years …; He has already filled …; Mike has been at McDonald’s …; … and he hasn’t stopped since; He has decorated it …; …they’ve ever seen …
1 past simple
2 present perfect
3 present perfect
4 present perfect
5 present perfect
a A year later, he began collecting badges …; A few years ago, Mike opened his own McDonald’s restaurant.
b The sixty-year-old McDonald’s employee has spent almost fifty years …; … he has decorated it …
c Mike has been at McDonald’s since 1968; … he hasn’t stopped since!
d He has already filled nine rooms …
e … it’s the most beautiful McDonald’s restaurant they’ve ever seen …
1 A year later, A few years ago
2 almost fifty years, already, since 1968, ever
The past simple is used with ‘finished time’ phrases.
The present perfect is used with ‘unfinished time’ phrases.
Sentence 1 means ‘Jake was swimming, but now he has returned’.
Sentence 2 means ‘Jake went swimming and he has not yet returned’.
1 has spent
6 walked out
9 has (already almost) filled
10 has (he ever) thought
1 Have (you ever) been