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1. Good morning. a) Good morning. b) Im fine. 2. What do you do? a) I am a businessman. b) I learn English.

3. How are you going? a) Im going to the library. b) Fine, thanks.

4. How do you do?


a) Yes. b) How do you do?

Look at the business cards.


What information do these cards give you?

Monique Bresson
ROBERTO ANGELINI
Consultant
Export Wine Sales Bacchus SpA Via della Pergola 76 50132 Florence Tel: +39 (0) 55 53 75 866 Fax: +39 (0) 55 53 75 867 Email: r.angelini@bacchus.it

Bresson Translation Services (London, Paris, Rome) MB Offices 46 Chapel St, London SW1 8QW Tel: +44 (0) 20 7579 5979 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7579 5998 Email: m.bresson@mbtrans.com

Wine & Dine


International Magazines Inc.

James Turner
Wine Journalist 15 Honeywell St, London EC41DT Tel: +44 (0) 20 7331 8582 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7331 2281 Email: turnerj@winedine.co.uk

Listen to the conversations


and answer the questions.

Dialogue 1
1. Does James know Monique?

No, he doesnt.
2. What does Monique say to James and what is his reply? How do you do? How do you do?

Dialogue 2

1. Why is Monique at Vinexpo?


She is with the Vinexpo translation service to translate for a group of Italian wine producers.

2. What does she ask James?


What do you do?

Dialogue 3

1. Why does James want to meet Monique later?


Because he has a job for her. 2. When do they arrange to meet? At 7 oclock that evening.

Listen to the conversation between James and Monique. Tick the correct answer.

1. What does James do when he goes to the wine regions? sales conferences
He attends interviews people

gives presentations

Listen to the conversation between James and Monique. Tick the correct answer.

2. How often does James travel to Italy?

once a year
He travels to Italy twice a year

2 or 3 times a year

Listen to the conversation between James and Monique. Tick the correct answer.

3. Where does Monique live?

London
She lives in Paris

Rome

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Study the examples She lives in London. I often travel in Europe. Do you have time for dinner? Does James know Monique? I dont work for Wine &Dine magazine. He doesnt speak French.

Present Simple Use the.................................to talk about long-term situations and routine activities. Positive form: I / we / you / they + V-infinitive

V+s / V+es He / she / it + ............................

Negative form: I / we / you / they + do not (dont) + V-infinitive does not (doesnt) He / she / it + .................................. +V- infinitive Questions: Do ..................+ I / we / you / they + V-infinitive? Does ..................+ he / she / it + V-infinitive? Short answers: Yes, S + do/does. / No, S + dont / doesnt.

100%

always usually

often
sometimes

seldom / rarely
0%

never

Position:

-After to be, modal verbs, auxiliary verbs


-Before the main verbs Examples: I Peter can always usually get up at 6.45. play football on Sundays.

Mandy has sometimes got lots of homework. Susan is never late.

Listen to the examples. In questions beginning with do/does, the voice goes up at the end. In questions beginning with question words, the voice goes down at the end.

Listen to the questions and write a 1. Do you travel a lot? 2. How often do you come here? 3. Do you speak French? 4. How often do you go to Italy? 5. Do you work here every year?

or b

Listen to the questions and write a

or b

6. Who do you meet here?


7. Where does he live? 8. Does James speak Italian? 9. What does Roberto do? 10.Which languages does Monique speak?

writes 1. Roberto...............................articles on wine. (write) doesnt import 2. Monique..............................wine. (not import)

meet 3. Roberto and James always.......................a lot of important people in the wine business at Vinexpo. (meet)
doesnt live 4. Monique............................in France. (not live) dont speak 5. The Italian wine producers......................French. (not speak) travels 6. James often..................to France and Italy. (travel)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Monique / speak / Italian? Where / she / work? James and Roberto / write / about wine? James / work for / Wine &Dine? Roberto / know / Monique? James / live / Italy? He / love / his work? Where / Moniques parents / live?

Group A: Read the Editors letter and write 5 questions. Group B: Read the Visitors profile and write 5 questions.

edition (n)

a special edition

specialize in sth. specialize in French wines wine-producing country

rate I rate her above most other players of her age.


cuisine: a style of cooking interpret (v) interpreter (n) translate (v) translation (n), translator (n) commute (v) commute regularly to Paris

Read the other text. Practice in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.

Add frequency adverbs to make true sentences.


1. I get up before 6 a.m. 2. My teacher goes to bed after midnight.

3. I drive to work.
4. I am late.

5. My friend uses a computer.


6. I speak English to colleagues. 7. My boss travel on business. 8. We are early for English classes.

Write three sentences about your daily routine.

Connect the questions with the answers.

How old are you?

Why are you going out? At 4 oclock. To buy a newspaper. When does it leave?

Spain.

Where do you come from?

Its mine.

How much does it cost?

Im a journalist. Im 35.

What do you do? Whose book is it?

$20

Wh- Questions allow a speaker to find out more information about topics.

When? Where? Who? Why? How? What? Which (one)? Whose? Whom?

Time Place Person Reason Manner Object/Idea/Action Choice of alternatives Possession Person (objective formal)

How much? How many? How long? How often? How far? What kind (of)?

Price, amount (non-count) Quantity (count) Duration Frequency Distance Description

Write questions for the underlined parts. 1. They live in Dijon. Where do they live?

2. He goes there three or four times a year.


How often does he go there? 3. They meet at Vinexpo. Where do they meet?

4. She visits them in June. When does she visit them? 5. They meet important people at Vinexpo. Who do they meet at Vinexpo?

6. He writes about wine.


What does he write about?

Ask your partner about his/her lifestyle.


Example: S1: How often do you go to the cinema? S2: Sometimes.

LEISURE SURVEY

How often do you...

Learning Vocabulary
Add 3 or more words to each group. employee
colleague salary employer meeting

Work experience
office

Add 3 or more words to each group.

journalist

interpreter architecture

accountant

Jobs
secretary

webmaster
economist manager

Add 3 or more words to each group. uncle aunt Family niece grandchildren brother sister-in-law cousin nephew

parents

Complete the verb groups.

a phone call

an appointment

a cake

progress

a speech

a choice

Complete the verb groups.

breakfast

a party some tea a holiday

a meeting

Use AT with precise time


Use IN months and years and periods of time Use ON with days of the week, with specific calendar days

her birthday Christmas

night

autumn

lunchtime 5 July
midday

the afternoon

2001 10am Tuesday morning

Complete the word map.


coach car

ferry

travel
train plane

holiday

motorbike

Complete the word map. camping


swimming walking

holiday
horse riding

activities
sunbathing

sightseeing

Word pair
SEND MEET
MAKE DO ATTEND a business trip

an email
a meeting

a visitor
a job

tall

expensive

short
cheap easy

difficult

hard-working

lazy

happy

hot

sad

cold

flexitime Gi lm vic linh hot to commute

She commutes from Oxford to London every day. unemployed suitcase quiet > < noisy

Bengali

Spanish

English Russian

Japanese

The worlds most important languages German

Mandarin Chinese

Arabic

Portuguese

Hindi

Listen and fill in the missing languages and the numbers of speakers.

The worlds top ten languages 1. Mandarin Chinese 2. English Spanish 3. ..................................... 4. Hindi Arabic 5. ..................................... 6. Portuguese 7. Bengali Russian 8. ..................................... Japanese 9. .....................................

Spoken as a first language by 726million ............................

377million ............................
266million 182million .............................

181million
165million ............................. 162million ............................. 158million 124million 121million

German 10......................................

80%
2bn 1.1bn

: eighty per cent


: two billion : one point one billion

1/2
3/4

: one / a half
: three-quarters

5/7

: five-sevenths

Introductions, greetings and goodbyes

Shaking hands when people meet sb for the first time when they meet again after a long time

Good morning Good afternoon

greetings

Good evening

Good night

to say goodbye / end a conversation at night

Listen to the 3 conversations and tick the phrases you hear. 1. Excuse me, are you...?
2. May I introduce myself? 3. Im... How do you do? 4. Nice to see you again. How are you? 5. Hows the family?

6. Id like to introduce you to...


7. Pleased to meet you.

Greetings and Responses


How are you? Very well, thank you. And you?

Pleased to meet you.

Pleased to meet you, too.

Greetings and Responses


Hows life? Not too bad, but very busy.

Please call me James.

Then you must call me Luigi.

Hello, are you Roberto?

Yes, thats right.

Listen to the conversation between Monique and James and tick the phrases you hear.
Nice to see you again. I must go now. It was very nice meeting you. I look forward to seeing you. I really enjoyed meeting you, too.

Have a good trip back.


Thank you, and the same to you. I hope to see you again.