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  1. 1. _- _ 4LEARNING TO LISTENMaking sense of spoken Englishso-4:3Lm LCLlgl&&d
  2. 2. LEARNING TO LISTENMaking sense of spoken EnglishLin LougheedStudent Book 3FMACMILLAN
  3. 3. Macmillan EducationBetween Towns Road.Oxford OX4 amA division of Macmillan Publishers Limited Companies and representatives throughout the worldlSBN~l3 :978 0 333 98891 6Text 0 Lin lougheed 2003 Design and illustration 0 Macmillan Publishers Limited 2003First.published 2003All rights reserved;no part of this publication may be reproduced.stored in a retrieval system.transmitted in any form.or by any means,electronic.mechanical.photocopying. recording.or otherwise,without the prior written permission of the publishers. Designed by Xan Media LtdIllustrated by Kevin Hopgood.Louise Morgan.Val Saunders and Jane SmithCover design by Xen Media LtdCover illustration by Concyl JayThe publishers would like to thank Hiroahi Asano,StuartBowie.James Boyd,Anthony Brewer,David Brooks,Steven R. Brownell,Sylvia Chao,Frank Claypool,Elizabeth B.Colford.Peter Collins,Sheelagh Conway.Ann Cunningham,Janet Denny,Joseph Dias,Gary Farmer,Clyde Fowle.Masaki Fujimoto.William Green.Takaahi Hata.Grace Han.Yukari Kanzaki.Yulio Kobayashi.Jeong Soak Lee.Mallory Leeoe,Pearl Lin.Peter Littlowood,'lbrry McK. 'innon.Suave Maginn.Richard Manuel.Charlene Mills,Harumi Nakazawa.James Pagel,Tawatchai Pattarawongviaut,John Perkins,Rube Redeld,Cristina Roberts,Terry Roberta.Elizabeth Root.Satoshi Saito.Yoahiharu Saiw.Maria Luiza Samoa.Hajime Shiahido.Elliot 1aback,Tadakuni 'l1jiri.Andrew 'Ibdd.Kris Vioca,Genet Falconeri Watanabe,David Wade,Robert.Weschler,Sandra Wu.Jinsoo YoonThe authors and publishers would like to thank the following for permission to reproduce their photographs:Anthony BlakolD. Dibhs pl5(2).I. Hill p29(1):Corbis/ R.Gelunan p43(l).G. KuIner p65(1),R. Hamilton-Smith 3273(1):Getty/ R.Eatakhrian p1l(1).Miao China Tourism Press pl1(2).G&J Images 1115(1),X.Bonghi p29(2).N. White p32. E.Stagg p.33(1).Yellow Dog Production p33(2),J&. K Share 1237(1).K. l-latt p43(2).R. Brimson p43(8).C.Bissell p43(-1),D. A.Brandt.p47( 1),Yellow Dog Production p5l(l).K. Chiba p51(2).'l. Anderaon p52, l. Shaw p77(1),A.Weber p79(l).D. l.4ees p79(2):Robert HardinyAlamy 1141(2);Image State pp 23(2),37(2),41(1).47(2);Powerstock PP 23(1),65(2),73(2).77(2). Printed and bound in Thailand2D| l20102(Xl922lX)7 ll 10 9 8 7 6 5
  4. 4. ContentsScope and Sequence Introduction to the StudentIntroduction to the Teacher1 Party Talk2 Weekend at Home3 You Havent Changed a Bit 4 Pen Pals and KeypalsReview 15 Let's Get Something to Eat 6 Let's Party7 Sightseeing 8 Youre the One for MeReview 29 Traveling Online 10 Checking In11 When Are You Free?12 Streaming VideoReview 313 E-Shopping14 Shopping for Clothes 15 Staying Fit16 Around SchoolReview 412 16 202426 30 34 384244 48 52 566062 66 70 7478
  5. 5. Scope and SequenceUnit Topic Skills 1 Party Talk Meeting people at Identifying names and occupations a party Distinguishing between did you and do you 2 Weekend at Home Family dinners Identifying reasonsIdentifying times and days Distinguishing syllable stress3 You Haven't Changed Personal appearance Identifying people and characteristics a Bit Changes in appearance Distinguishing between did you do,do you Personal interests do,and will you do 4 Pen Pals and Keypals Corresponding with Identifying country and languagepen pals and keypals Identifying people Identifying place and time Distinguishing e-mail symbolsReview 15 Lets Get Something Eating at restaurants Identifying food and restaurants to Eat Identifying locationDistinguishing between different intonation patterns6 Lets Party Entertaining at home Identifying actions and sequences Identifying time and date Distinguishing between / e/ and / l/7 Sightseeing Visiting a city Identifying places and events Identifying transport Identifying preferences Distinguishing / sh/and lchl8 You're the One Dating Identifying characteristics for Me Identifying preferences Distinguishing between different intonation patternsReview 2
  6. 6. Unit9 Traveling Online10 Checking In11 When Are You Free? 12 Streaming VideoReview 313 E-Shopping14 Shopping for Clothes15 Staying Fit16 Around SchoolReview 4TopicUsing the Internet to plan vacationsChecking in at theairportScheduling activitiesInformation about news, sports,and weatherInternet shoppingBuying clothes from a catalogueGetting in shapeSchool themesSkillsIdentifying weather Identifying activities and places Distinguishing sentence stressIdentifying objects and numbers Identifying speakers and activities Distinguishing between pronunciations of third person sIdentifying times and dates Identifying sequence of activities Distinguishing between ordinal and cardinal numbersIdentifying topics and numbers Identifying countriesIdentifying weatherDistinguishing between pronunciations of past tense endingsIdentifying objects Identifying problems Identifying prices and Web addressesIdentifying preferencesIdentifying prices and letters of the alphabetDistinguishing between contractions and plural sIdentifying problems and solutions Identifying objects and activities Distinguishing between going and goneIdentifying locations and activities Distinguishing between the past and base forms of verbs
  7. 7. Introduction to the StudentThis series will help you become more confident about the listening you do both inside and outside the classroom. With these books you will: ' learn to listen appropriately' learn to understand correctly' learn to make more sense of what you hear. You will hear a variety of sources such as conversations.messages.radio broadcasts,and other forms of real English. and you will learn to listen both for detail.and for the general meaning. As students you want to feel confident in real-life situations when you are speaking English.Through this series you will hear what real English speakers say in everyday situations,such as meeting strangers or planning a celebration,and learn to understand the words they use. This series prepares you to react appropriately to the people you meet by helping you to make sense of the meaning behind the words they use.You will learn about the influences of aspeaker's mood,location.and background on the language she or he uses. You will gain confidence in listening and responding to everyday situations in English.You'll be able to react to the personalities of the people you meet,understand the words they use.and make sense of what you hear.
  8. 8. Introduction to the TeacherThis three-book listening series helps make every minute of the classroom experience as rich as the real world.The topics,the activities.the personalities.the beliefs,and the accents reflect the variety in the world around us.In the series,students meet different people,discuss different things,have different attitudes,and have different reactions. To make the listening experience as authentic as possible,the series presents listening challenges from a variety of sources:dialogs.recorded messages,monologues.radio broadcasts,reviews,public service announcements.and weather announcements. In these books students tackle real~world tasks that prepare them for the kind of listening they will do outside the classroom:listening for different purposes,making inferences,personalizing the experience,and making assumptions and predictions. Students need to be actively involved in the process of learning to listen and listening to learn.because it makes learning much more effective.This is achieved by asking them to listen for a purpose.read the clues about speakers mood,intention and background,and making students aware of the process they use in their own native language to make linguistic input comprehensible. Students wish to react and express themselves appropriately in real-life situations.For that reason,all three books show how people react and cope in everyday situations and they do so in a way that shows their personality,character,and attitude.By listening to,observing,and judging people in these contexts.students will learn that they too are able to express their personality when they speak English a major step in becoming proficient in English.
  9. 9. What's going on? Look at the picture and put the correct letter next to each sentence below. _ Fm sorry I have to leave so early.It was 21 womlerful pzirty.. _ This is niy friend Jack.You two have 21 lot in common. _ Dont look now.but shc-s talking to Bob. . This food looks horrible.I'm glad I'm not liungry. _ Robert. What :1 wonderful name.May I call you Bob? ._!Oh.I'm sorry Are you alright. 3>: ;v. ;., :ie; Do I know you? Listen and check (I) whether the speakers are old friends or new friends.Old M OldNew ] i 1. 4. } |2. 5. 3. i 6:
  10. 10. I What's your name? Listen and circle the correct name.1. 'Pom/Thom 2. Leigh /Lee3. Katie I Kathie 4. Rob I Bob What do you do? Listen and check (I) the correct picture.1.8
  11. 11. R New friendsListen and number the pictures of what will happen next.Train your earDid you can be confused with do you.Listen to the examples: / did3a/When did you talk to Bill?ldjol When do you talk to Bill? Listen and check (/ ) if you hear did you or do you. I I 10
  12. 12. Test yourselfListen and circle the answer that matches the picture. 2. (A) (B) (C)1. (A) (B) (C) Listen and circle the best response. 3. (A) (B) (C) 4- (A) (B) (C)Listen to the conversation and to the question that follows.Circle the best answers. 5. (A) She's a lawyer.(B) She's a doctor.(C) She's a pilot. 6. (A) By bus.(B) Around 9:00. (C) It's so boring. Your turnWork in groups of three.Decide on new names and professions. Take turns introducing two of you together.Use this pattern:Bill,I'd like you to meet Jane.Shes my friend.Shes a doctor.Jane,this is Bill,my brother. Has a doctor,too.11
  13. 13. Eweekend at Home 1 What's going on? Look at the picture and