Continuous Round Robin – 3 min
How many different types of transport
can you think of?
What types of transport have Stephen,
Ashley and Jazz been on?
Can you guess what Ashlie’s surprise is?
P 2 starts
3. Transportcatch a train/a boat/a ship/a plane/a bus/a taxi
miss a train/a boat/a ship/a plane/a bus
get in(to) a car/a train/a taxi
get out of a car/a taxi
get on (to) a motorbike/a bicycle/a train/a boat/
a ship/a plane/a bus
get off a motorbike/a bicycle/a train/a boat/a ship/
a plane/a bus
ride a motorbike/a bicycle
take a train/a bus/a taxi
drive a car/a train/a bus/a taxi
steer a boat/a ship
disembark from a boat/a ship/a plane
board a plane/train/bus
4. 2 p 82p8
P A starts
5. 2 p 81
6. 3 p 83p8
Write the phrases
7. 3 p 81
8. 4 p 84p8
P 3 starts
9. 4 p 8Phrasal verbs
up, down, off, in,
for, up for
10. 4 p 81 off
2 up for
11. A story with phrasal verbs - 4 p 8The day had finally arrived, I was going on
holiday with my friends! We set off for the
airport a good three hours before our flight
was due to take off. My family came to the
airport to see me off. The flight was awful.
It really put me off flying, but we arrived
safely in Rome. The holiday was great. We
saw all the famous landmarks and we enjoyed
the nightlife too! I missed my family but now
I’m back home I can make up for lost time.
12. 5 p 85p8
Simultaneous Round Table
13. 5 p 81 expectations
Rally Robin – 1 min
17. Comparatives1 p 159
Continuous Round Robin
P 4 starts
Make funny sentences
20. Comparing - 7 p 9
A: Travelling by plane is more expensive than travelling
B: Travelling by car is faster than travelling by bicycle.
A: Travelling long distances by car can be slower and more inconvenient than
travelling by plane.
B: Yes, but travelling by plane isn’t as comfortable as travelling by ship.
A: Travelling by train is safer and more leisurely than travelling by car.
B: However, travelling by car is more convenient and reliable.
A: Travelling by boat is more economical and less cramped than travelling by
B: True, but travelling by plane is less tiring and faster.
A: Bicycles pollute the environment far less than cars.
B: Yes, I agree, but riding a bicycle is more uncomfortable and more dangerous
than driving a car.
A: Maybe in the winter, but in the summer cycling can be much more pleasant
than being stuck inside a hot, stuffy car.
B: Yes, I’m sure, but the roads are getting busier and busier so it can’t be very
21. Relative sentences8p9
22. Relative sentences1 which – refers to things
2 where – refers to places
3 whose – refers to people, animals,
objects to show possession
4 who – refers to people
5 why – refers to reason
23. Relatives – 9 p 91 The tourists who/that were robbed are talking to
2 John is going on holiday to Ibiza, which is one of
the Balearic Islands.
3 This is the shop where you can buy cheap clothes.
4 Where’s the milk which/that was in the fridge?
5 In 1995, Ben lived in London, where he worked for
6 She tried on five skirts, none of which fitted her.
7 Bob, who is my neighbour, is a vet.
8 He has three sisters who/that are all dentists.
9 I met a woman whose son knows you.
24. Tenses10 p 9
P 1 starts
25. Home work1
WB 1 p 8
2 A story about travelling with new
words and expressions
26. ReflectionWhich means of transport do you
27. Transport – 11 p 9My favourite means of transport is the
train. I like it for several reasons.
Firstly, the train is quite cheap when
compared with flying. Furthermore,
taking the train is a great way to see the
countryside. Another thing I like about
trains is that they are comfortable and
you can get up and move around.