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Student booklet course 3 - Chapter 8 - Sections 1, 2 and 3

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Contents
Goal: Describe places where you live, study or work............................................ 3
Vocabulary. Buildings........................................................................................................... 3
Grammar. Questions using Where.. . ..................................................... 4
Vocabulary. Places in the neighborhood.................................................................6
Vocabulary. Rooms................................................................................................................ 8
Grammar. Questions using There is / There are............................. 9
Vocabulary. Furniture and appliances.......................................................................11
Vocabulary. More home and office vocabulary..................................................14
Student booklet
Course 3
Chapter 8 - Section 1, 2, 3

Goal: Describe places where you live,


study or work.

Vocabulary. Buildings.
a house an apartment building an apartment

a stairway a balcony an office building

an elevator an office floors


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Grammar. Questions using Where.

Where do you study? Where does she live?

I study at CALUSAC. She lives in zone 12.

Where do you work? Where does he work?

I work at USAC. He works in a bank.

Where do they live? Where does your father work?

They live on Reforma Avenue. He works in an office.


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Prepositions of place:
She works in an office.

in She lives in a house.


I live in an apartment.

They work on the 5th floor.

on My house is on Petapa Avenue.


She goes to school on 5th Avenue.

I live at 21-13 Petapa Avenue.

at She studies at CALUSAC.


They work at Mark’s Bookstore.
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Practice. Mark the correct answer.


1. Where do does Susan live? Susan lives in on at the 3rd floor.
He works in on at an office next to the
2. Where do does your father work?
bank.
3. Where do does you study English? We study in on at Calusac.
4. Where do does your friends play
They play soccer in on at school.
soccer?
5. Where do does Monica and Mike
They work in on at 3-12, 6th Avenue.
work?

Vocabulary. Places in the neighborhood.

a bus station a stadium a train station

a park a mall an airport


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a museum a hospital

Conversation.
(Part one)

A: So, do you live in a house?


B: No. I live in a small apartment.
A: Is it far from here?
B: No. It’s 5 blocks from here.
A: Is it a nice place?
B: Yes, it is. I live next to Central Park. I run every morning.
A: That sounds great!
B: What about you? (continue…)
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Vocabulary. Rooms.

upstairs downstairs a bathroom

a living room a bedroom a closet

a dining room a kitchen a large bedroom

a small bedroom
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Grammar. Questions using There is / There are.

There is (singular nouns)


There is a small kitchen in my house. There are (plural nouns)
There is a bathroom upstairs. There are three windows in the living room.
There is a balcony. There are four bedrooms in my house.
There is a large closet in my bedroom. There are three closets.

Is there a garage in your house? Are there windows in your bedroom?


Is there a garden? Are there bathrooms in the mall?

Yes, there is. Yes, there are.


No, there isn’t. No, there aren’t.

Use “How many” for questions


about quantity.

How many windows are there in your house?

There are eight.

How many bedrooms are there in this house? Use “There are” and plural
nouns for questions with how
There is one. many.

How many bathrooms do you have?

I have two.
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Practice. Write sentences or questions using one word or phrase from each column.
balconies
a door
upstairs
How many windows are there
in my house
Are there a large closet
in your bedroom
Is there a small kitchen
next to the living room
There is an elevator
on the second floor
There are a garden
on the first floor
bathrooms are there
six bedrooms

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.

Conversation. (Part two)


A: Me?, I live in a house.


B: What’s it like?
A: Well, there are four bedrooms, a large living room and a small kitchen.
B: Do you have a garden?
A: No, I don’t. But I have a plant. Ja ja ja!
B: Ja ja ja! Sounds nice.
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Vocabulary. Furniture and appliances.


a. an office

1. a computer
2. a printer
1 3. a desk
2
3

b. a bedroom

5 4. a lamp
5. a dresser
6. a bed
6 7. a rug

7
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c. a bathroom 8
9

8. a shower
9. a mirror
10. a sink
11. a bathtub
10 12. a toilet
12

11

d. a dining room

14
13. a table
14. a chair
13
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e. a living room
16

15
15. a TV
16. a bookcase
17. a sofa

17

f. a kitchen

19 18. a refrigerator
(a fridge)
18 19. a microwave
20. a cabinet
21 20 21. a stove
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Vocabulary. More home and office vocabulary.

1. a roof 2. a fence 3. a driveway 4. an intercom

5. a doorbell 6. a fire escape 7. a pillow 8. a sheet

9. a blanket 10. a shower curtain 11. a bath mat 12. a faucet

13. towels 14. a medicine 15. toothpaste 16. a toothbrush


cabinet
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17. a burner 18. an oven 19. a dishwasher 20. a coffee maker

21. a ladle 22. a pot 23. a food procesor 24. a napkin

25. a place mat 26. a glass 27. a fork 28. a knife

29. a tablespoon / 30. a teaspoon 31. a plate 32. a bowl


a soupspoon

33. a cup 34. a saucer 35. a filing cabinet 36. a fax machine