UNIT 2, 2C Listening, Eating out, page 23
1 to complain
3 a teacher
4 in a classroom
1 There are a few problems with my food; But that’s not all; And to make it worse
2 I have to get back to work for a meeting this afternoon.
3 Why are you adding the rice now? What did I just say? Come on, please pay attention. I want you all to finish this dish before the end of the lesson. You can even eat it if you’re hungry at break time.
4 Luke, please don’t sit on the desk.
A a bit special, out of this world
B fine, nothing special, pretty average
C a real let-down, not up to standard
Italian a real let-down, nothing special, not up to standard
French a bit special, out of this world
Chinese pretty average
UNIT 2, 2D Grammar, Present perfect simple and continuous, page 24
Ellie is more enthusiastic. She wants to see the film even though it has already started.
3 haven’t been
5 have been
7 have been
There are six examples of present perfect continuous:
I’ve been waiting for ages. What have you been doing?
I’ve been trying to phone you since 7.30 …
I’ve been looking forward to it for weeks. It hasn’t been raining.
I’ve been running for 25 minutes!
1 How long has Ellie been waiting?
2 How long has Jack been trying to phone Ellie?
3 How long has Ellie been looking forward to the film?
4 Why has Ellie been looking forward to the film?
5 How long has Jack been running?
6 Why has Jack been running?
1 She has been waiting for ages.
2 He has been trying to phone Ellie since 7.30.
3 She has been looking forward to the film for weeks.
4 Because it stars her favourite actor.
5 He has been running for 25 minutes.
6 Because he was late.
The film has started. And I’ve already bought the tickets. I haven’t eaten.
1 have only been watching it
2 has Alex been a member
3 I haven’t finished my homework
4 have been talking to each other
5 have turned off the TV
6 have they been making movies