Unit 1
Inside View Conversation 1 Exercise 1 1 Janet is a Chinese student in England. 2 She studies at the University of Oxford. 3 She is in London. 4 Probably she is visiting her friends or doing a tour around London. 5 I can see Tower Bridge and the Houses of Parliament. 6 She is talking to her friends. Exercise 2
1 Janet is not going back home to China. (Because she wants to work in London during the long summer holiday and find out what it’s like to live in this busy and lively city.) 2 It is in the middle of summer. 3 Janet is going to work for London Time Off, a website about London. 4 Joe is Janet’s boss. 5 Janet doesn’t know what she is going to do.(Because it is her first day working there.) 6 Joe and Andy do not agree that New York is the greatest city. (Andy thinks London is.)
Exercise 3
Exercise 4 1 Janet wants to find out what the busy and lively city of London is like. 2 Today. 3 Joe doesn’t agree with Andy. (But they argue in a joking way.) 4 It is not as great a city as London. 5 She thinks London is probably the greatest city in the world. Conversation 2
Exercise 5 5-6-2-3-8-7-4-1 Exercise 6 1 don’t mind my asking 2 He drives me crazy 3 What do you mean by 4 It’s the last thing 5 we check out new events 6 the musicians or the actors 7 Can I ask you something else 8 we’ve got an interview to do 9 supposed to be on his way Everyday English 1 (b) 2 (b) 3 (b) 4 (a) 5 (a)
6 (b)
Outside View Exercise 2 4-5-1-3-2 Exercise 3 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (c) 4 (a) 5 (a) Exercise 5 1 Bjoern (b), (d), (f) 2 Wolfgang (a), (e) 3 Pascal (g) 4 Yosma (c) Exercise 6 1 So that they can learn something about themselves 2 It can lead to a higher self-consciousness. 3 It can lead to happiness. 4 A strengthening of the personality. 5 “Who am I as a person? Am I really happy?” 6 He thinks students can get indications of happiness from teachers. 7 Happiness scientists. 8 They don’t write definitions on the board. Listening in Exercise 2 1 (c) 2 (d) 3 (a) 4 (b) Exercise 3 1 tolerant; rounded 2 close to; stand up 3 beauty; generosity 4 an opportunity; beyond the one 5 behaved; selfish
6 pretend; see through 7 arrived in; had to help 8 difficult time; a huge amount of Exercise 6 1 Joan is an academic counselor at Manchester University. 2 She is talking to a presenter and callers for a radio program. 3 It is important, because their choices of subject are likely to have an impact on their future careers. 4 He wants to work in IT. 5 Not at all. (In Britain each university has a different mixture of courses; some courses can only be found in a few universities.) Exercise 7 1 strengths; weaknesses; personality; like; subjects; organized; confident; outgoing; a team; working alone 2 future careers; into a particular area of work; chosen field; related industries; leading 3 vocational; graduates; high-flyers; career; practical; transferable; recruitment
Unit 2
Inside View Conversation 1 Exercise 2 The true statements are: 2, 3 and
  5. 1 Andy mentions the names of two bridges, not one. 4 Andy saw it go up when he was a child. 6 It is one of the cleanest city rivers today, although it was very polluted in the past. Exercise 3
1 In Southwark, which is part of London 2 About 120 years old 3 It used to be raised three or four times a day 4 not so often 5 In the late 1980s and 1990s 6 In the 1960s
Exercise 4 1 She’s really impressed. 2 Because they couldn’t go under London Bridge. 3 Just on this side of London Bridge. 4 He remembers that many buildings were damaged from the war. 5 They used to take you to the hospital because the water was so polluted. 6 It is one of the cleanest city rivers in the world. Conversation 2 Exercise 6 1-(b) 2-(b) 3-(b) 4-(d) 5-(d) 6-(a) Exercise 7 1 The thing about
2 It’s amazing 3 Let me see 4 Anyway where was I 5 You were telling me about 6 That’s fascinating 7 Let me think Everyday English 1-(b) 2-(a) 3-(b) 4-(b) 5-(b) Outside View Exercise 2 4-3-6-1-5-2 Exercise 3 1 where there is war 2 go to school 3 working in 157 countries 4 has never known peace 5 bringing medicine 6 get an education 7 40,000 kids 8 girls were not allowed 9 50 per cent 10 the mystery about her for 12 years Exercise 4 1 (d), (g) 2 (e) 3 (c) 4 (f) Exercise 5 1 (d) 2 (a) 3 (b) 4 (b) 5 (a) Listening in Exercise 2 1 her husband 2 a church in the distance 3 her favourite aunt (and uncle) 4 a farm 5 two (the speaker and her brother) 6 about 14 7 20 years Exercise 3 1 (c) 2 (b) 3 (a) 4 (c) Exercise 6
5 (a)
6 (b)
5 (d)
6 (a)
3-5-1-4-6-2
Exercise 7
Exercise 8 1 Because he thought it would make him grown-up. 2 Because he was lying on the floor screaming and screaming. 3 Because she wanted to go home and she couldn’t get her coat on. 4 Because they used to fight (but actually, they’re just having fun). 5 Because she had short blond hair. 6 Because she had had some good times. 7 Because he wanted to get a job and earn money.
Unit 3
Inside View Conversation 1 Exercise 2
  1. He used to work in a theatre.
  2. He moved the scenery between the acts in the play.
  3. She saw My Fair Lady.
  4. To find out where Andy and Janet are … or to check if they are going to be late.
  5. He’s a theatre critic.
  6. She has to check the sound level. Exercise 3
Exercise 4 True statements are 2, 3, 4 and
  5. Conversation 2 Exercise 6 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (c) 5 (a) Exercise 7

  1. has just been to see 2 Can you tell me something about it 3 Tell me more about 4 It sounds very unusual 5 So it’s family entertainment 6 did I do something wrong 7 Did you remember to 8 Hurry up Exercise 8 1-6 bbaaaa Outside View Exercise 2 The true statements are: 1, 5, 7, 9 and
  10. Exercise 3 1 the most famous 2 broke all the rules 3 looking directly at 4 a sense of movement 5 indicated a real place 6 what is she trying to say 7 covered up one side of her face 8 we’re the subject 9 seemed happier 10 the mystery about her 11 line up between 12 tell a story Exercise 4
Exercise 5 1 Her portraits and books both tell stories. 2 The character or performer of the images. 3 She is trying to capture a deeper essence of a person.
4 He uses a pinhole camera which requires a very long exposure. 5 She needs to work on the reflections in the water and the face of the boy. 6 He links them together with a string. 7 She tries to capture something about the soul, or essence, of the person. 8 It represents the process of decay. Listening in Exercise 2 1 The highlight was seeing the show Nanta. 2 It’s a live show: part theatre, part dance, part music. 3 The music is a mixture of traditional Korean music, percussion and drums. 4 In 19
  97. 5 Because it’s a non-verbal performance. 6 It’s set in a kitchen. 7 They use knives, dustbin lids and kitchen utensils. 8 Nanta means “random drumming” in Korean. Exercise 3 The true statements are: 2, 4 and
  7. 1 Nanta is a mixture of traditional Korean with a Western style performance. 3 They are preparing food for a wedding reception. 5 They give cooking lessons to the manager’s nephew, not to the manager. 6 They are totally involved but they don’t throw food. 8 They have already appeared at the Edinburgh Festival. Exercise 6
Exercise 7 1 (a) 2 (c) 3 (d) 4 (c) 5 (b)
Unit 4
Inside view Exercise 2 1 They’re preparing to interview Janet’s friend.
2 The interview is part of a background series to ethnic restaurants. 3 The London Video Games Festival in Trafalgar Square. 4 It’s very popular. About 100,000 people attended last year. 5 They put up a huge tent where people 6 Because it’s very popular. Exercise 3 1-5 bdabb Exercise 6 1 The rise of e-book readers. 2 That you’ll never run out of things to read. 3 He complains that someone is using a mobile phone and he is picking up the signal in the other studio. 4 She feels that she keeps making a mess of things. 5 A report on how technology is changing so fast. 6 Because Joe started the recording before Andy had time to adjust the sound level. Exercise 7 1 They’re not really like 2 But the trouble is 3 the great thing about them is 4 there is nothing quite like 5 more text messages than 6 it’s my fault 7 Just ignore him Outside view Exercise 2 1-6 bcbcdd Exercise 3 1 wax and feathers 2 got off the ground 3 thrust, lift and control 4 Thrust 5 the tail 6 provide lift, control and thrust, and be light enough Exercise 4 5-3-2-10-4-1-8-9-7-6 Exercise 5 1 inventions 2 develop and test 3 helped them understand and study 4 the shapes of different wings 5 made the front steady 6 controllable
7 distance and duration 8 1000 test flight 9 flew the first powered airplane Listening in Exercise 2 1 Work in office-based jobs. 2 People are not exercising their bodies and they are putting on weight. 3 It is caused by long periods spent sitting at the computer. 4 They ensure staff are sitting correctly at their computers and take breaks. 5 It is caused by several factors: lack of natural air and light, having a lot of electronic devices and air-conditioning. 6 They are installing better lighting and ventilation, increasing the number of plants and encouraging employees to take breaks. Exercise3 1 18 per cent 2 over 40 per cent 3 a/one fifth (20 per cent) 4 over a million 5 roughly 30 per cent Exercise 6 The true statements are 2, 7 and 8 Exercise 7 1 the amount of the world’s farmland that is managed intensively 2 the proportion of flowering plants that need to be pollinated in order to bear fruit 3 the number of commercially grown crops that need honey bees 4 the number of bees released by farmers in California to pollinate almond trees 5 the time for a species of wild mango to bear fruit 6 the time for a cultivated species of mango to bear fruit
Unit 5
Inside View Exercise 2
  1. It is Cantonese food.
  2. Indian and Chinese restaurants.
  3. They want to know about life in Chinatown and a bit of background and history.
  4. There are very few who actually live there.
  5. It’s much smaller.
  6. There are only three or four streets. Exercise 3
  1. (d)
  2. (g) 3 (f) 4 (a) 5 (b) 6 (c) 7 (e)
Exercise 5 1 □ So where do you call home? ? When did your family move to London? 3 □ And how did they make their living? ? Did your grandparents work in Chinatown too? 2 □ So how long has there been a Chinese community in London? 4 And why did Chinatown move over here? □ ? Can most British-born Chinese speak Chinese? 5 □ And does it still feel like a traditional Chinese community? ? How do you celebrate Chinese New Year in London? ? Which is the best Chinese restaurant in Chinatown? Exercise 6 1 (d) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (b) 5 (a) Exercise 7 (
  1) I guess this is home (
  2) how long has there been (
  3) When the Chinese first came to (
  4) they were also famous for (
  5) At the start of the 20th century (
  6) from all over London (
  7) And does it still feel like (
  8) along with the Chinese Everyday English Exercise 8 1 (b) 2 (b) 3 (a) 4 (b) 5 (b) Outside View Exercise 2
  1. It’s peaceful and quiet and just the place to relax.
  2. They fight.
  3. During the mating season.
  4. When they’re on a crowded street or bus.
  5. She’d be very angry and tell them to move.
  6. Maybe throw a little sand in their face and make them move.
  7. Move his towel next to them and start a conversation.
  8. People can get a lot more aggressive.
  9. She’s waiting until someone wants her parking space. Exercise 3 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (c) 4 (d) 5 (a) Exercise 5
  1. He pulls into the parking space that the producer left.
  2. Because he was waiting first.

  3. Anger management counselling.
  4. Because the radio is on.
  5. A hearing problem.
  6. He would beep the horn, roll down the window and shout very rude things at the person who took the space.
  7. She would yell out of the window and tell them to move.
  8. It is important for survival. Exercise 6 7-1-4-14-11-12-5-6-8-2-9-13-3-10 Listening In Exercise 2 ? synergy: performance of effective groups > sum of individuals. ? 1930s Elton Mayo discovered “Hawthorne effect”: * Being in a study improves productivity regardless of other factors. * Personal identity, self-esteem and social context in which group works improve performance. ? 1960s Tuckman described stages of a group. * 1 Forming: Individuals get to know each other. * 2 Storming: Individuals share ideas and creative energy. * 3 Norming: Group identity forms. * 4 Performing: Group works together. Exercise 3 1 (c) 2 (a) 3 (e) 4 (g) 5 (f) 6 (d) 7 (h) 8 (b) Exercise 6 1 (c) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (c) 5 (a) Exercise 7
  1. Over 250 people died.
  2. 36 new homes were rebuilt.
  3. It is two square metres.
  4. 30 per cent of the cost of the building or rebuilding their home is needed.
Unit 6
Inside View Exercise 2
  1. She thinks it’s old.
  2. Wood.
  3. A thatched roof.
  4. A kind of dried grass.
  5. They stand.
  6. A report on the summer season at the Globe. (As schools have terms, theatres have seasons.)
  7. Stratford-upon-Avon. Exercise 3

  1. 1997
  2. 1666
  3. There are some seats but most people stand.
  4. May.
  5. About 130 kilometers. Exercise 4 1 (d) 2 (b) 3 (c) 4 (a) 5 (c) Exercise 6 The true statements are: 1, 3, 4, 5 and
  9. Exercise 7 (
  1) when was Shakespeare born (
  2) when did he die (
  3) when did he come to London (
  4) don’t know exactly (
  5) what happened to him later (
  6) I reckon there are about (
  7) What I think is (
  8) I suppose it’s because (
  9) I’m really stunned (
  10) I guess Exercise 8 1 (b) 2 (a) 3 (a) 4 (b) Outside View Exercise 2 The true statements are: 1, 2 and
  5. Exercise 3 1 (b) 2 (c) 3 (a) 4 (b) 5 (d) Exercise 4 (
  1) I don’t like cycling (
  2) do something
 

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