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14 Trends

When in douЫ, predict that the present trend will contlnue. Med<m'a ма.;т

Dress ,..ode
1 Do )'OU l1ave а 'dress code' at work. \Xlh.it do you norm<tlly wear?

2 g Usten to thc conversatioп :ind an.'"·er these queslions.
а \Х~1щ clothes doeo Joel normзlly wear in the office?

Ь \Xlhat is differe111 today'

с \Vhy is it differe111?

Look at f.iente11cc~ А t1nd В.

А Не wears а d:irk suit and ue 10 '"ork.
В He's \veari1>g an old pair of jean.<.

Wrile А or 8 in the Ьохеs.

а J This ;, true over а long period of ume.
Ь =:J 111is is tl1e siruation al tJ1is momen1.
с 111е vert1 i.< in 1he Present Sin1ple.

d 111е verl> is in tJ1e Present Conti1юou>.

е о The vem form is to Ье + -ing.

4 Complete these sen1ences \Vith tJ1e verb юеаr in 1l1c Pres<:nt Simple or 1l1e
Present Con1inuous. Are 1he senteпces tn.1e for you?

а А1 the 'veckend 1 сш1аl clothes.

Ь а tie 1oday Ьесаu<е 1 like them.

с At work and 111 my Engli>ll clas.' 1 tl1e same clotl1es.

d 1 з sttit now Ьecause after class 1 havc а meeting.

:> Work with а partner. Speaker А choose somcon<: on 1t1i' pag<: and descril>e \Vhat
tlie)' are \\'earing. Speaker В gues:, 'vho your partner ;, desc::ril1i11g. Тhеп change
roles.

6 An<wer these qt1estio1lS.

а \Vhat kind of clothes do you nonпally 'vear? \Vhat are you wearu1g no,v?
Ь What i• your teacher \vearing' What aЬout the otl1er peopte in tl1c clas,<?

1 Grammar link
for more on 1he Pnэ:sent
Con!JnUOUS ... page 120

1 4 Trends 63

Page 66

The Way We

24 hours
1 Look а1 1he graph Ье\оw апd complete tJ1e gaps in tJ1e 1ext with the phrase.> 1r

tl1e lюх.

"'re ~lecping are l'laving а shower зге eating .-re working

Use OurTime
For example:
8 a.m. On weekdays 17% of adults are awake and out of
Ьеd Ьу 8 a.m. They (а) having

How do people in the UK spend their time? According to
National Statistics Online, the answer is sleeping,
working and watching television. These activities occupy
over half the day. People spend around а third of the day
sleeping. The statistics show the percentage of the
population doing one of six activities each hour over а
24·hour period - sleep. employment, trave\, housework,
eating/personal care and free time.

breakfast or golng to work. Some are already working or
dolng the housework.

11 a.m. 45% (Ь) or studying. They
continue to work until at least З p.m.

6 p.m. The majority of people (с) or
doing the housework or things like watching тv.

12 mldnlght 81% of adults (d) while
12% are still enjoying free time and 4% are working or
travelllng.

The average weekly
100

о

1 Lexi$ link
for more on the
vocвl)uialy of с1а1у
acllvllles sве p.,ge 121

1 Grammar link
for mon> "" !11о
OftetOllOe ьetwoon the
P<esent C<>n!ln.юus and
lhe-Si~see
p.,ge 120

64 14 Trenas

о8:00 10:00 12:00 14.:00 16:00 18:00 20:00 12:00 оо:оо oz:oo
Trё1vet Housewofk 8 Eatins/Personat care 8 free time Employment

2 Acoording to the inforrna1ion, s.~y \vha1 реор\е in tl1e UK are doing at this

mo111en1, likc tJ1is:

AЬotJI 20 per сепr are . .. Most fJ<.>op/e are ". Nor тапу pcople are ."

Do you 1hink it is si1nilar in your country?

3 Match 1he qt1csuons a-f to the answers 1-6.

а \Vhat do ущ1 do' D
Ь \Vhat are you doing no,v? D
с \Vhcre a.re you thinking aЬout? D
d \V\1ere clo you ll1ink aЬout оп your joumey to 'vork? О
е \Vhere <1re you sitting' D
f \Vhere do you si1 u1 the offke? О

1 Му holid<1ys las1 summer.
2 ! work in а tr•nsport agen<.-y.
3 Nex't 10 Johan. opposite thc teacher who is the other side of the tаЫе.

4 l '1n "'<i!Jng а leпcr.
5 AЬout а\\ the things ! have 1О do tl1a1 d:1y.
6 At ту desk in the corпer Ьу tl1c windo\v.

4 Work with а partner. Ask ei1ch Othcr the questions u1 3.



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Grammar and Lexis links

19 Who's calling? •

1/'. •t:
• • •

• . ~
" . t• ••

. • ,: .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...... ·. " ... . ;.
Say an~ te/l

n1ere is an impo" ant differen<.-e Ьct\veen tl1e verЬs say

and 1е/1.
St1y + phrase
Те//+ me/him/Joe/~tc. + phrase

Не

She
1 said (that) l'le was• tired.

she liked' the ne\v office.

Не

She
told mc (that)

them

we had• а proЫem.
shc. 'vanted• (0 see
you.

(' ) \'erЬs in the past 1ense.
NOT l le sнiE:I н1е М:е 01eeti•18 v нв iнteresEi:нg.

Не said lhe mt-eting was interesting.
NOT l le relE:I t:l-.eif' lttsgose 9111.э мisвiAg.

Не told her their luggage was missing.

Practice Complete the sentences with saylsatd or
te/Vtold,

а Sl1e ---- tlш she was at home when we
phoned.

Ь John ____ ше he ,v;is going 10 buy а ne\v
laptop.

с What time did Anita she planned 10

arrive?

d Did 1 you tlш 1 ru.d а new i<]IК

е She didn't me her phone num~~.

)

f \lalf the реор!е they had t\Vo phoncs :11
home.

g Jeff 111е \hЗ! the conf~renre was а '
di.53ster.

h Why did you Jim 1 was laie yc:s<erday?

Pietrov it was cold in Moscow thfs time

or year.
What did Melisa you aЬOut the meetlng1

k You haven't ---- me your new mobile
numЬer.

128 19 Grammar and Lexis link

-

' Will tor making promises

ln Unit 18 we saw ho" ' we use //lill for making
predictions. \Ve also use will for making promises.

• Сап )'(>11 hmd ту $10. JU рау уои Ьасk tЫs

qftemoo11.

• l'm sопу .)Юtt'/,~ bad а рr0Ыет uЛth the а11ш:Ьте111
fU selfd 11 10 yott again.

Practice Complщe these .•ent~nш wi<h t)>e cqrrect
form of wll/ and one of the verЬs in the Ьох.

tell !1elp forget рау take f ind
leave give phone

а Don'i worry. 1 '11 kl\>
thi.s af(ernoon.

you w i<h the figures

Ь Don't \vOrry, 1 Ms Myers that
you were late tофу.

с him the mes'i"ge when he

come>i tnto <he office.

d J'm sorry there·s no one 1here ю me<:t you, Please

е

,; f

g

h

шkе а taxi and 've for i<, of

course.

1 know you need lhese figures. 1

- ------- unUI 1 l1ave finished them

Don't worry aЬout getting IQ the airport. 1

- ------- you.

---- --'---- you \Vhen [ get [0 lhe b()(el ,
Оlщу?

1 don•t have lhat infomiation righl l1()\V1 bOt [

- ------- out for you and phone you
Ь;ick.

OU go home. [ to put OUI !11е
l ights and lock die office when r leave.

Page 131

is Using the telephon"' е• h ps

\ l31ch the sentence Ьeginniпgs a-h 10 the endings 1-8.

а lf yoll ""' rig/1t-honded. p<ll your phone 0 11 1111: lc ft-
hand side o f 1J1e " .

Ь You clon't l'\З\'С to ЗПS\\rе 1· 1J1e p l1o ne C\r<:t) ' ti111c it

r ings. Jf yoll •re \\'Orking " .

с Let people kno\\·, on yollr зr1S\\'ering ...
d \Х']1еп you lc;a"·c ;.1 111essage 01) а11 ans\Yering

inachine, tc:LI people " .

е Ask peoplc \\'110 take 11'less..1ges 10 read your ...
(f the pcгson yot1 wa111ed 10 speak 10 is no t
a\.·ailaЫe, ask if so111001"le •••

g l\espect o thcr people's tiine. Get oll tl1e inforlffi>tion

уон " .
h Ве efficient at \York зn<I leaгn to \ase ::itl tl1e

special ."

1

2

3

... else can hclp you. 111is сзn l:ie Q\Jicker tl1a11

lea,•ing :1 1ncssage .
... wl1at you nced. )10'"' to rontact yot1 and the l>e"~1
rime 10 p l1one you. 5.1,·е )'Ol.IГ tilne and other

peop le's.

" . functions on }'ОШ pl10ne - fOl'\\'ЭrdiJ1g calls, do

110 1 disн.1rb, confercncing. t.:tc.
4 ... and it's impon a nt лоt to Ье in1emJp1ed. Je1 уонr

:1n."'"'eriлg n1зtl'liпe lt:t1'l<lle 1J1e ca11s, and call t:xack
la1e1·.

5 " . desk . 111is '""У you can l10ld 1J1e pl1011e ancl take

nOles a t the samc ti1nc .
6 ... need to anS\\·er а rcque-St Ьefore you rerurn а

call.

7 ." nlachine , exa(1Jy \V)'lc:n you '"''ill reн.1rn tl1eir c:tll.
8 ... nlessзge Ьзсk 10 you со n1ake s 1.1re 1l1ey got it

r igh1.

х s r el1ng
Coп1plere the 5en1e11ces ' vith th~ :icljecti\'CS in tl1e hox.

i 11terestcd sad ti red l)ored relзxecl
worried angry please<I 1'1Cl'\'OUS

а Toda}' 1 '"orked 11 L10L1rs " 'itl1out а break. l 'm 1·e'1Lly

tir"od "

Ь J!'s eigl1t o'clock and hc li:»n'> зrrived. l~e l1зs1>'t

p ho 11ed and he al\"\":."i}"S <l()("s. I 'm а J)it

с 1\'е mct n1)· salcs t3rgc.:t for rl1i~ 111011th зnd it'~ only

tl1e l StJ1 so l 'm qL1i1e - ----·

d lf so111eo11e rings in 1.J1c n1iddl t:" of tl'IC nigJ1t. it
111зkes n1e ____ _

е ( ''r:tS so - ---- 10 l1e~1r :tlX>Ltt yot1r fatl1t:r.
\X' L1en ls the fune1'1I?

f 1 get reolly _____ on long joumeys.

especially if 1 don'! ha"c anytl>ing to reэd.

g \'{le \Уl'ГС "ery - ---- i 11 your presentatioл. (t

''•as e:xcellent.

h lf 1 l1ave а couple o l' dr inks after \VOrk. 1 feel 111ore

_____ '''he n 1 gc:t J101ne.

\X'l1y a1n ( ______ ;i Because ~on1eone has
s1olcn JU), laptop!

Lex1s ~ hat d1d у u s. у

Co1nplete 1J1e question< " 'ith the 'vords in tJ1e Ьох.

1 da1e day si ze inoke colou r tiшe

а 111е <.-onference starts :н niлe.

\Vlш ,,,t "i "=t.,,_ ___ did you sa~·?

ь 1\'е gor an ALatli А4. l 'm геаНу ple~asecl \\1ith it.

\Vhat - - --- of car d id you s:iy>

с lt's 1netallic grcy.

\Vlш

d 1·11е 111eeti11g is o n Thursday.

\Vlшt

е \Ve open the ne'v fat!<>I')' on МО)• 41h.

\Vl1"t

f Оо you h:ive any А4 paper lef1 i11 the ('\lpЬoa1·d?

\Xfhat

-е1 ho ( р•нз р

Nu1nl>1:r tl'IC liнes of the co 11,1ersation in tl1e correct
Ol'dt•r.

Ш JТF Traini11g Ltt l. C:1n 1 l1elp ущ1'
,_,

l 'm ;;orry. Mr Bзnok, her extension i> engaged :lt

the 1'110111en1. J)o yoL1 \\'а111 to hu ld?

~ Hcllo? Нег extension is free 110 \v . Нег p l1one is
ringing.

О JL1s1 one ino inen1. 1·11 see if sl1c:'s in l1er orГice.
\Vl1o's calling. p le-•se?

О No. thanks, 1·11 Н)' ag;1in to1no1·ro'''·
О Yes. cou lcl 1 spe'1k 10 Didi Felton. plcase?

0 Al rigl1t. l 'll ' " ait.
О 0;1ve l3:11tok frn m Lexn1ans.

0 '' it' Oh g00<.I.

?

?

?

'

О l 'rn afraid sl1e's not :111S\\.'ering. l 'm sorry , can 1 takc
~1 n1e&*"ge?

19 Grammar an(! Lexls llnk 129

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