Exercise 1

1. Listen to the teacher talking to his class. Which of these is he talking about?

 Who likes the picture and the chairs?

 Who likes old object, Sue or Mike?

 How much is the radio?

 Does Mike think it’s a good price?

Answer & Audioscript

1 Sue   2 Sue   3 £135   4 No, he doesn’t.


SUE   I like this picture. What do you think? For the kitchen.

MIKE   Hmm … it’s OK.

 Or these chairs. They’re really nice.

M   No, I don’t really like them. That clock’s quite nice.

 But it’s new!

M   Yeah, well, who wants an old clock?

 Hmm … Oh, look. Those books are interesting. And look at that radio. That’s so cool.

M   Is it? It’s very old!

 I know, but it’s beautiful. I love old things …

M   Hmm.

 Excuse me.


 How much is that radio?

ST   The radio? £135.

M   What?! That’s very …

 OK, I’ll buy it!

Exercise 2

A. Listen to Kate and Giuseppe Costa. Tick (✓) the clothes you hear.







B. Listen again and complete the information.


what clothes?




doesn’t wear / doesn’t like



doesn’t wear / doesn’t like



doesn’t wear / doesn’t like

Answer & Audioscript


T-shirt, jeans, shirt



what clothes?




doesn’t wear



doesn’t like



doesn’t wear


KATE   Look at all our old clothes! There are a lot! We need to throw some away.

GIUSEPPE   Yeah, you’re right. … Is this my old T-shirt?

K   No, it’s Greg’s T-shirt. He never wears it.

G   Are these your jeans?

K   No, they’re Sara’s jeans.

G   But she sometimes wears these.

K   But she doesn’t like them.

G   OK. … Wait just a minute – that’s my shirt. I sometimes wear that.

K   Really?

G   Well, no … not really.

K   So … ?

G   Fine – out it goes.

Exercise 3

A. Kate talks about the people in her office. Put the word in brackets in the correct place in the sentences. Listen and check.

Everyone wears different clothes at work. (1) My boss wear a blouse and trousers (always). (2) She wears a skirt (never) – she doesn’t like them. (3) Johnnie wears jeans and a white shirt (usually), (4) but he wears black trousers (sometimes). (5) And Fran wears a dress (often), (6) but on Fridays she wears jeans (usually).

Answer & Audioscript

 My boss always wears a blouse and trousers.

 She never wears a skirt.

 Johnnie usually wears jeans and a white shirt,

 but he sometimes wears black trousers.

 And Fran often wears a dress,

 but on Fridays she usually wears jeans.

Exercise 4

A. Listen to Part 1. Answer the questions.

1   Who sees some nice cups?

2   Who buys something?

B. Listen to Part 1 again. Complete the information about the cups with a number.

 Price: £ ……….

 Number in the shop: ……….

 Sophia needs: ……….

 Megan wants: ……….

Answer & Audioscript


1 Megan   2 Megan


1   Price: £5

2   Number in the shop: 3

3   Sophia needs: 6

4   Megan wants: 2


SOPHIA   So, where are the cups?

MEGAN   OK, let’s see. Ah … These cups are nice.

 Yes, they are.

M   But there are only three.

FRANK   Can I help you?

 Yes, how much are these cups?

 They’re five pounds each.

M   That’s a good price.

 But I need six. Do you have any more?

 No, I’m sorry. We only have three.

 Oh dear.

 These cups are the same price.

 Mm … no … I don’t think so. Can I look around?

 Of course.

M   Sophia, these cups are really nice.

 Yes, they are. But I need six.

M   Yes, I know … but not for you … for me!

 Oh. Do you need some cups too?

M   Not really, but I really like them … and they’re so cheap. Excuse me … I’d like two of these cups, please.

F   Certainly.

C. Listen to Part 2. Are the sentences true or false?

 Megan pays five pounds.

 She uses a card to pay.

 Sophia doesn’t buy anything.

Answer & Audioscript

1 F (Megan pays ten pounds.)   2 T   3 T


FRANK   OK, that’s ten pounds, please.

MEGAN   Here you are.

 Thank you. Enter your PIN, please.

M   OK, no problem.

 Thank you. And here’s your receipt.

M   Thank you. Can you see anything you want?

SOPHIA   No, I don’t really like anything.

M   OK – well, there’s another shop near here.

 But now you have some nice new cups!

M   Yes, I do!


 Bye. Thank you.

Exercise 5

A. Who says each expression – the customer (C) or the shop assistant (S)? Listen and check.

 How much are these cups?

 I’d like two of these cups, please.

 They’re three pounds each.


 Can I look around?

 Can I help you?

 Of course.

B. Put the conversation in the correct order. Listen and check.

……   It’s fifteen pounds.

……   Certainly.

……   It’s ten pounds for the small one.

..1..   Can I help you?

……   And how much is the small bowl?

……   OK, then I’d like the large bowl, please.

……   Yes, you can. How much is this large bowl?

Answer & Audioscript


1 C   2 C   3 S   4 S   5 C   6 S   7 S


1   A   Can I help you?

2   B   Yes, you can. How much is this large bowl?

3   A   It’s fifteen pounds.

4   B   And how much is the small bowl?

5   A   It’s ten pounds for the small one.

6   B   OK, then I’d like the large bowl, please.

7   A   Certainly.

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