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Werkboek

ENGELS

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Taalblokken

I

Engels

Chapter 1

How Are You?

Spoken Interaction

1

Let’s Meet Them

2

Catching Up

3

Free Time

Writing

1

Filling in a Form

2

Greeting Cards

3

Writing an Invitation

Spoken Production

1

Introducing Yourself

2

My Family

3

My Hobbies

A 1

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Spoken Interaction

1

Let’s Meet Them

Introducing David

Hi, I’m David. I study Tourism and

Travel at City of Bristol College.

I’m 18 years old. I’m currently

looking for a job, and on the

weekends I like to go out with my

friends and sometimes go to the

cinema and play football.

Introducing James

Hi, I’m James. I’m 19 years old

and I live in Bristol. I want to be a

mechanic. I study Vehicle Repair

at the City of Bristol College. I like

playing computer games and

watching DVDs. And I enjoy playing

basketball.

Introducing Laura

Hello, my name is Laura. I

live in Bristol. I am 19 years

old and I study Health, Social

Care and Childcare. I work as

a trainee in a nursery and I

enjoy dancing and cooking.

1

David

James

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CHAPTER

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EXERCISE 1

Work in pairs. Take turns saying the following sentences in English to each other.

Hoi.

Ik ben Sarah.

Ik ben 17 jaar.

Ik woon in Swindon.

Ik werk bij een kinderdagverblijf.

Ik studeer aan het Imperial College London.

Ik houd van uitgaan met vrienden en dansen.

EXERCISE 2

Work in pairs. In turns, ask each other the following questions. Write down your classmate’s

answers.

S/he should answer using complete sentences.

What’s your name?

How old are you?

Where are you from?

Where do you live?

Where do you go to school?

What do you study?

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ASSIGNMENT

Interview three people in your class. Ask them about the following details in English and

write down their answers in the table. They should answer using complete sentences.

Person 1 Person 2 Person 3

Name

Age

Town

School

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VOCABULARY

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LET’S MEET THEM

English Dutch

Introducing yourself Jezelf voorstellen

I’m Laura. ik ben Laura.

I’m 18 years old. Ik ben 18 jaar.

I’m from England. Ik kom uit Engeland.

to be / was, were / been zijn

Where are you from? Waar kom je vandaan?

Jobs and study Banen en studie

college school / college

Health, Social Care and Childcare Gezondheidszorg, Maatschappelijk Werk en Kinderopvang

mechanic monteur

nursery kinderdagverblijf

to look for a job op zoek zijn naar een baan

to study studeren

to work werken

Tourism and Travel Reizen en Toerisme

trainee stagiair / stagiare

Vehicle Repair Automotive

Hobbies Hobby’s

I enjoy dancing. Ik houd van dansen.

to cook (cooking) koken

to dance (dancing) dansen

to enjoy houden van / genieten van

to go (going) out with my friends uitgaan met mijn vrienden to go (going) to the cinema naar de bioscoop gaan

to like leuk vinden

to play (playing) basketball basketballen

to play (playing) computer games computerspelletjes spelen

to play (playing) football voetballen

to watch (watching) DVDs dvd’s kijken

Miscellaneous Allerlei

currently momenteel

on the weekend in het weekend

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2

Catching Up

David:

Hello, mate. How are you doing?

James:

Really well. I’d love you to come and meet Laura. (…) So here she is. Here’s Laura.

Laura:

Hi.

David:

Hi Laura. I’m David. Really good to finally meet you.

Laura:

Yes, nice to meet you too. I’ve heard a lot about you. Do you want to come and take a

seat?

David:

So Laura, what are you up to at the moment?

Laura:

I’m studying at the moment. Health, Social Care and Childcare.

David:

Cool.

Laura:

And I work as a trainee in the local nursery.

David:

That’s really cool.

Laura:

Yeah. What about you?

David:

I haven’t told James this yet, But I’ve recently got a job as a receptionist at a hotel.

I’m really, really pleased.

Laura:

Congratulations!

David:

Thanks. What are you up to anyway?

James:

I’m just trying to do the same thing, as you know: applying for jobs. I’m doing a

mechanic’s course.

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EXERCISE 3

How can you say the following sentences in English? Say them out loud. If you want, you can

write them down first.

Hoi!

Hallo!

Hoe gaat het met je?

Het gaat goed met me.

Dit is Daniel.

Ik ben Jane.

Leuk je te ontmoeten!

Jou ook.

Ik heb veel over je gehoord.

Waar ben je mee bezig?

Ik werk als receptionist in een hotel.

Gefeliciteerd!

Dank je wel.

Ik zie je later.

Dag!

ASSIGNMENT

VOCABULARY

|

CATCHING UP

English Dutch

Greeting someone Iemand groeten

hi hoi

hello hallo

mate maat / vriend

bye dag

goodbye dag

See you! Tot ziens! / Ik zie je!

See you later! Tot later!

Find two classmates you don’t know very well yet. In this assignment you will get to

know each other better.

Student A: go to page 122.

Student B: go to page 128.

Student C: go to page 136.

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English Dutch

Introducing someone Iemand voorstellen

Here she is. Hier is ze.

Here’s Laura. Hier is Laura.

I’d love you to come and meet Laura. Ik wil je heel graag voorstellen aan Laura.

This is Laura. Dit is Laura.

Good to meet you. Leuk je te ontmoeten.

Nice to meet you too. Jou ook.

And you. Jou ook.

I’ve heard a lot about you. Ik heb veel over je gehoord.

Catching up Bijkletsen

as you know zoals je weet

congratulations gefeliciteerd

How are you doing? Hoe gaat het met je?

thanks dank je

What about you? En jij?

What are you up to? Waar ben je mee bezig?

Jobs and study Banen en studie

as a receptionist als receptionist

as a trainee als stagiair / stagiare

at a hotel bij een hotel

in the nursery op het kinderdagverblijf

to apply for a job solliciteren naar een baan

to get a job een baan krijgen

to study studeren

to work werken

training as a mechanic / doing a mechanic’s course een opleiding tot monteur volgen

Verbs Werkwoorden

to be pleased blij zijn

to do / did / done doen

to have / had / had hebben

to take a seat / took / taken gaan zitten

to tell / told / told vertellen

to try / tried / tried proberen

to want willen

Miscellaneous Allerlei

at the moment op dit moment

I haven’t ik heb niet

really echt

recently pas geleden

so dus

the same thing hetzelfde

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3

Free Time

Laura:

Anyway, enough about work. What do you do in your spare time?

David:

Well, I really like to play the guitar – a lot of the time. I also play in a band, which is

great. I also like to play football. I support Chelsea. Did you see the match last night?

James:

No, I don’t really like football. I watched the basketball instead.

Laura:

I don’t really like any sports. I prefer dancing. Do you have a music taste?

David:

Yeah, I really like acoustic music. I like John Mayer and folk as well. You really, really

hate jazz, don’t you?

James:

I hate jazz. We both hate jazz.

EXERCISE 4

Read the text above. Then work in pairs. How can you say the following sentences in

English?

Student A:

Wat doe je in je vrije tijd?

Student B:

Ik speel graag basketbal.

Ik houd van muziek.

Ik houd niet van hiphop.

Ik vind jazz leuker.

Ik heb een hekel aan dansen.

Changes roles.

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EXERCISE 5

Which hobbies are in the text? And which other hobbies do you know? Write down at least

ten hobbies in the table.

English Dutch

dancing

dansen

GRAMMAR: YES / NO-QUESTIONS

The following questions are called yes / no-questions. They start with an auxiliary

(hulpwerkwoord), such as do, can and will.

Auxiliary Subject Infinitive

Does she like sports?

Do you like music?

In English, you can’t answer only ‘Yes’ or ‘No’ to these questions. The English answer like this:

Do

you like acoustic music?

Yes,

I do

. (= Yes, I do like acoustic music.)

Do

you like folk?

No,

I don’t

. (= No, I don’t like folk.)

So in your answer you repeat the auxiliary from the question.

EXERCISE 6

In the next exercise, you’re going to ask a classmate if s/he likes the following things. First,

write down yes / no-questions below, using the verb ‘like’ and the following words.

sports

?

football

?

basketball

?

dancing

?

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EXERCISE 7

Now work in pairs. Ask each other the questions you wrote down in the previous exercise.

Give short answers and take turns.

For example:

Do you like jazz?

Yes, I do.

GRAMMAR: WH-QUESTIONS

The following questions start with a question word.

Question word Auxiliary Subject Infinitive

What do you do in your spare time?

What do you like?

You could give a positive answer like this:

I

like

acoustic music.

I

prefer

dancing.

You could also give a negative answer:

I

don’t like

football. (don’t = do not)

I

don’t like

sports.

Need some more information?

Log on to Taalblokken. Go to Spelling & Grammar A1, click on grammar lesson A1: Hoe maak je een vraag?

EXERCISE 8

In the next exercise, you’re going to ask a classmate questions about his / her spare time.

First, write down questions that start with ‘what’.

spare time

What

like What

don’t like

What

hate What

EXERCISE 9

Now work in pairs. Ask each other the questions you wrote down in the previous exercise.

Answer using complete sentences.

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ASSIGNMENT

Work with a classmate you don’t know very well yet. You are going to have a

conversation about your hobbies.

Student A: go to page 122.

Student B: go to page 128.

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VOCABULARY

|

FREE TIME

English Dutch

Hobbies Hobby’s

acoustic music akoestische muziek

basketball basketbal

free time vrije tijd

match wedstrijd

music muziek

spare time vrije tijd

to play (playing) football voetballen

to play (playing) in a band in een band spelen

to play (playing) the guitar gitaar spelen

to see / saw / seen zien

to support steunen / supporter zijn van

to watch kijken

Giving your opinion Je mening geven

great goed / geweldig

I don’t like any sports. Ik houd van geen enkele sport.

I don’t like … Ik houd niet van …

I really like … Ik houd echt van …

really echt

taste smaak

to hate een hekel hebben aan

to like leuk vinden, houden van

to prefer leuker vinden, liever doen

Miscellaneous Allerlei

a lot of the time heel vaak

also ook

anyway hoe dan ook

as well ook

both allebei

enough about work genoeg over werk

last night gisteravond

to do / did / done doen

Well, … Nou, …

what wat

you jij

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Writing

1

Filling in a Form

David wants to get a job at a hotel, so he sends this email to a job agency.

The next day, David gets the following answer.

1

Dear Mr Taylor,

My name is David Anderson. I send you this email because I am looking for a job at a hotel. I study

Travel & Tourism at City of Bristol College. I’d like to work as a receptionist or as a waiter, because

I like meeting and helping people.

I speak English, German and Spanish. My hobbies are playing the guitar, going out with friends and

playing football. My mobile number is 07973 684025 and my home number is 0117 304 8152.

I hope to hear from you soon.

Yours sincerely,

David Anderson

39 Hampton Road

Bristol BS6 6HL

Job at a hotel

From d.anderson@email.co.uk>g.taylor@bristoljobs.co.uk

Dear David,

Thank you for your email. Could you please fi ll in your personal details on this form?

Yours sincerely,

George Taylor

Re: Job at a hotel

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EXERCISE 1

Read David’s email and write his personal details on the form below.

Name: - surname - first name Address: - street - house number - city - postcode Phone number: - home number - mobile number Email address Nationality Male / Female Training Jobs I’d like to do Hobbies Languages

EXERCISE 2

Which words are missing in these sentences? Write them in the puzzle.

1

My

is Smith.

2

My email

is j.w.h.smith@gmail.com.

3

My father and

are married.

4

My dad works in a garage. He’s a

.

5

I like playing

.

6

The country to the east of the Netherlands

is called

.

7

What’s your

? I’m 18 years old.

8

Another word for ‘woman’ is

.

9

My

are watching films and going out

with friends.

10 I was born in the Netherlands, so I’m

.

11 England is a

in Europe.

The solution is:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

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EXERCISE 3

You want to create an account on LinkedIn. Complete the following form.

ASSIGNMENT

Name:

- surname

- first name

Address:

- street

- house number

- city

- postcode

Phone number:

- home number

- mobile number

Email address

Nationality

Male / Female

O Male O Female

School

Job

Hobbies

Languages

>

Work in pairs. Have a conversation at the sports club and fill in the form.

Student A: You go to the sports club. You’d like to play volleyball there.

Student B: You work at the sports club. You ask for the client’s (Student A’s) personal details

and you fill in the form.

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ACTIVE SPORTS CLUB REGISTRATION FORM

Name:

- surname

- first name

Address:

- street

- house number

- city

- postcode

Phone number:

- home number

- mobile number

Email address

Nationality

Male / Female

O

Male

O

Female

Sport

SPORTS CLUB

West-Manchester

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VOCABULARY

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FILLING IN A FORM

English Dutch

A form Een formulier

address adres

city plaats

country land

date datum

email address e-mailadres

father’s job beroep vader

female vrouwelijk

first name voornaam

language taal

male mannelijk

mobile number mobiel nummer

mother’s age leeftijd moeder

personal details persoonlijke gegevens

phone number telefoonnummer

postcode postcode

street straat

surname achternaam

training opleiding

to fill in invullen

Jobs and hobbies Banen en hobby’s

driver chauffeur

mechanic monteur

teacher docent

to cook (cooking) koken

to go (going) out with friends uitgaan met vrienden

to play (playing) football voetballen

to watch (watching) films films kijken

Verbs Werkwoorden

to help helpen

to look for op zoek zijn naar

to meet / met / met ontmoeten

to send / sent / sent (ver)sturen

to speak / spoke / spoken spreken

to study studeren

to work werken

Miscellaneous Allerlei

because omdat

could zou(den) kunnen

I’d like to … ik zou graag …

I hope to hear from you soon. Ik hoop spoedig van u te horen.

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2

Greeting Cards

Emily is a good friend of David and James. She’s working and travelling in Australia for a year.

David sends her a birthday card:

Emily sends David the following postcard.

2

Hi David,

How are you? Thank you for your present! I like it a lot.

I’m very well. The weather in Sydney is great. It’s very hot and we don’t have much

rain. I go to the beach every weekend. It’s really beautiful. You can see it on the photo.

I’ve made some new friends and we often go out together. There are lots of nice cafés

and bars here.

Next week I’m going to visit Tasmania.

How’s school?

I hope to hear from you soon. Take care!

Lots of love,

Emily

Hi Emily

Happy birthday! Have a

great day! I hope you like

my present.

Love

David

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EXERCISE 4

Look at the pictures. What would your message be on these cards? Write it down.

1

2

3

4

5

6

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EXERCISE 5

Which wishes can you write to a friend …

... before the weekend starts?

... before 25 December?

... before 31 December?

... who is in hospital?

... if it’s his / her birthday?

... who is going on holiday?

... who has had a new baby?

EXERCISE 6

Which words for the weather do you know? Write them down.

EXERCISE 7

Look outside. What’s the weather like today? Write it down.

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ASSIGNMENT

VOCABULARY

|

GREETING CARDS

English Dutch

Wishes Wensen

Congratulations! Gefeliciteerd!

Congratulations on … Gefeliciteerd met …

Get well soon! Beterschap!

Happy birthday! Gefeliciteerd met je verjaardag!

Have a nice day! Fijne dag!

Have a nice holiday! Fijne vakantie!

Have a nice weekend! Prettig weekend!

Merry Christmas and a happy New Year! Prettige kerstdagen en een gelukkig Nieuwjaar!

to wish wensen

Writing postcards Ansichtkaarten schrijven

Dear … Beste / Lieve …

How are you? Hoe gaat het met jou?

I’m well. Met mij gaat het goed.

What are you doing? Waar ben je zoal mee bezig?

I’m going to visit … ik ga ... bezoeken

I love you. Ik hou van jou.

I miss you. Ik mis je.

I hope to see you soon. Ik hoop je gauw weer te zien.

See you soon! Tot gauw!

all the best het allerbeste

lots of love veel liefs

your Susan je Susan

When Wanneer

every weekend ieder weekend

next week volgende week

often vaak

today vandaag

tomorrow morgen

A good friend of yours is studying in America for a year. Write a Christmas card to him.

Complete this exercise in a separate notebook or on a piece of paper you can put in a

folder.

Use the following points:

- greet

- Christmas

greetings

- New

Year’s

wishes

-

ask how he is

-

tell him how you are

-

tell him about the weather in the Netherlands

-

tell him what you’re doing

-

ask what he’s doing

- last

sentence

- say

goodbye

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English Dutch

Adjectives Bijvoeglijke naamwoorden

beautiful mooi

great goed / geweldig

really nice echt leuk

The weather Het weer

cloudy bewolkt

rainy regenachtig

sunny zonnig

very hot heel warm

windy winderig

3

Writing an Invitation

EXERCISE 8

Translate the following sentences into English and write them down.

Ik ben woensdag jarig.

Ik nodig mijn vrienden uit.

De bruiloft is op zaterdag.

Het feest begint om half negen.

Kunnen jullie komen?

Laat het me weten.

3

Dear James

On Friday 23 June, we’re gett ing married. We’d like to invite you to our wedding.

Th e ceremony is at half past 2 in the garden of Julia’s parents. Th eir address is

16 Milton Avenue in Bath. Th e party is at the Aqua Restaurant. It starts at 8 o’clock.

Please let us know if you can come. Of course, you can also bring your girlfr iend.

We hope to see you then!

Love

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ASSIGNMENT

You want to invite your friends to your birthday party. Use the email message below to

write an invitation to one of your friends in English. Use these points:

- greeting

- birthday

- invite

- party

- where

- what

time

- final

sentence

- goodbye

Subject

To:

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VOCABULARY

|

WRITING AN INVITATION

English Dutch

An invitation Een uitnodiging

Hi … Hoi …

Dear … Beste / Geachte …

I’d like to invite you to … Ik wil je graag uitnodigen voor …

Would you like to come? Heb je zin om te komen?

It’s my birthday. Ik ben jarig.

We’re getting married. We gaan trouwen.

Please let us know. Laat het ons alsjeblieft weten.

See you then! Tot dan!

See you tomorrow! Tot morgen!

We hope to see you then! We hopen je dan te zien!

Love … Liefs …

Where and when Waar en wanneer

at eight o’clock om acht uur

at half past two om half drie

at the Aqua Restaurant in het Aqua Restaurant

from 6 to 7 May van 6 tot 7 mei

in the garden in de tuin

It starts … Het begint …

on Friday op vrijdag Miscellaneous Allerlei also ook birthday verjaardag boyfriend vriendje can kunnen ceremony ceremonie of course natuurlijk party feest(je)

to bring your girlfriend je vriendin meenemen

to get married gaan trouwen

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Spoken Production

1

Introducing Yourself

Hi, my name is Laura.

I’m 19 years old.

I’m from Bath originally, but now I live in Bristol.

My parents are called Jim and Angela.

My brother’s name is also Jim.

I don’t have any sisters.

I have a dog called Molly. She’s a Labrador.

I study Health, Social Care and Childcare at City of Bristol

College.

I work as a trainee at a nursery.

I love cooking for my friends and going clubbing.

My favourite food is fish and chips.

EXERCISE 1

Work in pairs. Ask and answer the following questions in English, taking turns. Use complete

sentences.

Student A:

Where does Laura live?

Student B:

She lives in Bristol.

Student A:

Where is Laura from?

Student B:

Student B:

Where does she study?

Student A:

Student A:

How many brothers and sisters does she have?

Student B:

Student B:

What does she do on the weekend?

Student A:

Student A:

Does she have any pets?

Student B:

Student B:

What does she like to eat?

Student A:

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CHAPTER

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EXERCISE 2

Complete the following table. Try to think of as many words as you can.

Jobs Pets Favourite food Hobbies

police officer

dog

fish and chips

cooking

teacher

cat

pizza

swimming

EXERCISE 3

In the next exercise, you’re going to ask each other questions. First, think of which questions

you can ask each other about the following things. Write them down.

age

where from

address

brothers and sisters

job

pets

favourite food

EXERCISE 4

Now work in pairs. Ask your partner the questions you wrote down in exercise 3.

In your answer, you can use the words from the table in exercise 2.

ASSIGNMENT

Find two classmates you don’t know very well. Introduce yourselves to each other in

English. Make sure you give them the following information:

- name

- age

- where

from

- address

-

brothers and sisters

- school

- hobbies

- favourite

food

- pets

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VOCABULARY

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INTRODUCING YOURSELF

English Dutch

Introducing yourself Jezelf voorstellen

My name is ... Mijn naam is ...

I’m Laura. Ik ben Laura.

I’m from Bath. Ik kom uit Bath.

I live in Bristol. Ik woon in Bristol.

I’m 19 (years old). Ik ben 19 (jaar).

I don’t have any sisters. Ik heb geen zussen.

My brother’s name is … Mijn broer heet …

My parents are called … Mijn ouders heten …

I have a dog. Ik heb een hond.

My favourite food is … Mijn favoriete eten is …

fish and chips vis en patat

Hobbies Hobby’s

I love … ik houd van …

to cook (cooking) koken

for my friends voor mijn vrienden

to go (going) clubbing stappen / uitgaan

to watch (watching) DVDs dvd’s kijken

Jobs and study Banen en studie

I study Health, Social Care and Childcare. Ik studeer Gezondheidszorg, Maatschappelijk Werk en Kinderopvang.

I want to be a mechanic. Ik wil monteur worden.

I work as a trainee Ik loop stage

I work at a garage. Ik werk bij een garage.

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2

My Family

David:

Hi, my name is David.

I’m 18.

My parents are married.

My father’s called John. He’s a police officer.

My mother’s name is Betty. She’s a teacher.

I have one sister. Her name is Lisa, and she’s twenty-one.

I don’t have any brothers.

My grandparents live quite near me.

I visit them quite often.

My aunt and uncle live in Bath.

Their son Benjamin is my favourite cousin.

EXERCISE 5

Work in pairs. Ask each other the following questions

about your family and answer them. Use complete

sentences. Take turns.

-

How many brothers and sisters do you have?

-

What are they called?

-

How old are they?

-

What are your parents called?

-

Are they married?

-

How many aunts and uncles do you have?

-

And how many cousins?

-

How often do you see them?

-

Do you have a favourite cousin?

GRAMMAR: POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

Subject pronouns Possessive pronouns

I’m Matt. My brother’s name is Tom.

You’re late. Is that your grandfather?

She’s my favourite aunt. Is that her scooter?

He’s my cousin. That’s his dog.

It’s a good film. Its name is Rush.

We like to dance. This is our house.

You can all come. Here are your coats.

They’re very old. Are these their cars?

Need some more practice with possessive adjectives?

Log on to Taalblokken. Go to Spelling & Grammar A2, click on grammar lesson A2: Verwijzen naar mensen of dingen.

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EXERCISE 6

Highlight or underline the correct word.

1 That’s

me | my

uncle.

He | His

name is Bob.

2 This

is

we | our

house

.

It’s | Its

very old.

3 Are

they | their

married?

4

Me | My

grandmother is eighty-two years old.

5 That’s

she | her

son.

He | His

is called Jim.

6 Is

that

you | your

mother?

EXERCISE 7

In the next exercise, you’re going to ask a classmate questions about his or her family. First,

think of five questions you can ask him / her and write them down.

1

2

3

4

5

EXERCISE 8

Now work in pairs. Ask your classmate the questions you wrote down in the previous

exercise and write down his / her answers. Correct any mistakes s/he makes.

For example:

Do you have brothers and sisters? I have one sister, called Wendy.

What are her hobbies?

She likes to go shopping and play the piano.

1

2

3

4

5

ASSIGNMENT

Find a different partner. Tell him or her about three people in your family. Make sure you

give the following information:

- name

- age

-

where they live

- work

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CHAPTER

1

VOCABULARY

|

MY FAMILY

English Dutch

Family Familie / Gezin

aunt tante

baby baby

brother broer

child kind

cousin neef / nicht

daughter dochter father vader grandfather opa grandmother oma grandparents grootouders mother moeder parents ouders sister zus son zoon uncle oom Jobs Banen builder bouwvakker

bus driver buschauffeur

businessman / businesswoman zakenman / zakenvrouw

carpenter timmerman

cook kok

electrician elektricien

football player voetballer

hairdresser kapper / kapster

mechanic monteur

musician muzikant(e)

pilot piloot

police officer politieagent(e)

sales assistant verkoper / verkoopster

secretary secretaresse

steward / stewardess steward / stewardess

student leerling / student

teacher docent(e) / leerkracht

waiter ober / serveerster

Miscellaneous Allerlei

favourite

lievelings-He’s a police officer. Hij is politieagent.

I don’t have any brothers. Ik heb geen broers.

I have one sister. Ik heb een zus.

to be married / was / been getrouwd zijn

near dicht bij

often vaak

quite best wel

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3

My Hobbies

James:

Bristol is a great place to live. It’s a big city, so there’s lots to

do. At the weekend, I often go out with friends. We go to nice

pubs with live music and sometimes we go dancing. I listen

to a lot of music and I like going to concerts. My favourite

music is hip hop and rock music. I don’t like jazz and I never

listen to classical music. I play the piano and I have lessons on

Thursday evenings. I like playing computer games. I do that

almost every evening for about two hours. I don’t watch a lot

of TV, but I like watching DVDs. I like sport too. I go running

two or three times a week in a park near my house. And I

like to play basketball on a Saturday morning. When I’m on

holiday, I like to go the beach and eat out every day.

I hate shopping for clothes, but Laura loves it.

GRAMMAR: PRESENT CONTINUOUS

To talk about actions that are happening now, you use the

present continuous

.

The present continuous is formed like this:

be + verb + -ing

For example:

She

is playing

badminton.

They

are cycling

.

To talk about things that happen often, always or never, you use the

present simple

.

For example:

James

lives

in Bristol.

He often

goes

out with his friends.

He never

listens

to jazz.

Need some more practice with the present simple and present continuous?

Log on to Taalblokken. Go to Spelling & Grammar A1, click on grammar lesson A1: Zijn, hebben en dingen doen.

EXERCISE 9

Now let’s practise using the present continuous. Fill in the gaps.

Mary:

Hi Phill, what are you doing?

Phill:

I

(cook) dinner.

Mary:

What are you making?

Phill:

I

(make) pasta.

Mary:

Cool, I love pasta. Where is Jenny?

Phill:

She

(chat) on the Internet. And Paul and Simon

(watch) TV.

Mary:

No, they’re not. They

(play) badminton. I can see them through

the window.

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CHAPTER

1

EXERCISE 10

Work in pairs. Look at the pictures. Ask each other what these people are doing. Change

roles after every picture. Use complete sentences.

1

Student

A:

What are these people

doing?

Student B:

They are watching TV.

2

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4

5

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CHAPTER

1

7

8

9

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GRAMMAR: LIKE, DON’T LIKE, LOVE, HATE

After

like

,

don’t like

,

love

and

hate

, you can use a

noun

or a

verb + -ing

. For example:

I love

hip hop

.

I don’t like

classical music

.

I like

playing

computer games.

I hate

shopping

for clothes.

EXERCISE 11

Look at the pictures in exercise 10 again. Which of these activities do you like? And which

don’t you like? Work in pairs. Tell each other what you like and don’t like. Each of you talks

about 5 pictures.

For example:

I love watching TV.

I don’t like running.

EXERCISE 12

Work in pairs. What do you like to do in your spare time? Ask each other these questions and

answer them.

-

What are your hobbies?

-

Do you like to play sports? What do you like? What don’t you like?

-

Where do you play sports? And how often?

-

What music do you like? What don’t you like?

-

How often do you go to concerts?

-

What’s your favourite band?

-

What do you like to do at the weekend?

-

What do you like to do in your holiday?

ASSIGNMENT

Now find a different partner. Tell each other about what you do in your free time. This

time you don’t interrupt each other or ask questions. Make sure you give the following

information:

- your

hobbies

- other

activities

- when

- how

often

- where

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CHAPTER

1

VOCABULARY

|

MY HOBBIES

English Dutch

Asking about hobbies Vragen naar hobby’s

What are your hobbies? Welke hobby’s heb jij?

How often do you go swimming? Hoe vaak ga je zwemmen?

What else do you do? Wat doe je verder nog?

Do you play in a band? Speel je in een band?

What do you do at the weekend? Wat doe je in het weekend?

And you? En jij?

Hobbies Hobby’s

horse riding paardrijden

I have lessons. Ik heb les.

I play the guitar. Ik speel gitaar.

I play volleyball. Ik speel volleybal.

to chat (chatting) on the Internet chatten op internet

to cook (cooking) koken

to cycle (cycling) fietsen

to dance (dancing) dansen

to dive (diving) duiken

to eat (eating) out uit eten gaan

to fish (fishing) vissen

to go (going) clubbing stappen / uitgaan

to go (going) out with friends uitgaan met vrienden

to go (going) to a concert naar een concert gaan

to go (going) to a museum naar een museum gaan

to go (going) to the cinema naar de bioscoop gaan

to go (going) to the pub naar de pub gaan

to have (having) a party een feestje vieren

to listen (listening) to music naar muziek luisteren

to paint (painting) schilderen

to play (playing) badminton badmintonnen

to play (playing) computer games computerspelletjes spelen

to play (playing) football voetballen

to play (playing) hockey hockeyen

to play (playing) the guitar gitaar spelen

to read (reading) books boeken lezen

to run (running) hardlopen

to sail (sailing) zeilen

to shop (shopping) winkelen

to surf (surfing) surfen

to take (taking) photographs fotograferen

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English Dutch

How often? Hoe vaak?

almost bijna

always altijd

every day elke dag

every evening elke avond

every Sunday elke zondag

for two hours twee uur lang

I go three times a week. Ik ga drie keer in de week.

in two months over twee maanden

never nooit

often vaak

sometimes soms

three times a week / month drie keer in de week / maand

usually meestal

Giving your opinion Je mening geven

I also like going out. Ik ga ook graag uit.

I don’t like football. Ik houd niet van voetbal.

I don’t like that. Dat vind ik niet leuk. / Daar houd ik niet van.

I like doing that. Dat doe ik graag.

I like sport. Ik houd van sport.

I like swimming. Ik vind zwemmen leuk.

I like to go out with my friends and watch films. Ik ga graag uit met mijn vrienden en kijk graag films.

I love that! Daar houd ik van!

That is boring. Dat is saai.

That is cool! Dat is cool!

That’s fun. Dat is leuk.

to hate een hekel hebben aan

to like leuk vinden / graag doen / houden van

to love houden van

Music Muziek

classical music klassieke muziek

acoustic music akoestische muziek

live music livemuziek

rock music rockmuziek

Miscellaneous Allerlei

a lot of veel

at the weekend in het weekend

big city grote stad

house huis

nice leuk

place plek / plaats

There’s lots to do. Er is veel te doen.

too ook

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