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Performer B1 Phases / Volume ONE
Capitolo
B1 Preliminary training 4
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Speaking STEP 1 What's your opinion?
Complete the expressions with the correct words. Use the contracted form where possible.

Giving opinions
Perfect! I think ________ because Mike likes hiking.
I ________ so because some people hate camping.

Agreeing and disagreeing
No, I ________ with what you said.
That's a ________! I agree with you.

Making suggestions
________ going to a village?
________ we choose another destination?
All right, ________ do that!
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Speaking STEP 2 Get ready to speak
Look at the picture and complete the instructions. Then write a dialogue in your exercise book using the expressions from STEP 1. When you finish, practise saying the answers out loud.

You want to go on a two-days excursion together with a friend.
Here are different types of ________ you could choose from.
Talk together about the different options and decide which place would be the best.
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Reading STEP 1 Quick reading
Read the text quickly and choose the best title.
A: The best holidays I've ever had
B: Travelling the world is my dream
C: Tips to travel abroad
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Reading STEP 2 Focus on detailed comprehension
FOUR-OPTION MULTIPLE CHOICE. Read the text again and choose the correct answer.

1 What do we learn about the bucket list?
A: It is a list of the best experiences a person has had in his or her life.
B: It is a set of rules for living well.
C: It includes journeys to the seven continents.
D: It is a collection of things one hasn't done yet but would like to do before dying.
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Reading STEP 3 Focus on the writer's opinion
FOUR-OPTION MULTIPLE CHOICE. Read the text again and choose the correct answer.

2 What does the writer think of African safaris?
A: They are the only option to admire animals in the wild.
B: If you care about the environment, you have to choose a responsible safari.
C: It is good that all wildlife travel agencies are working to protect endangered species.
D: Sometimes you can't see the Big Five because they are in danger of extinction.
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Reading STEP 4 Focus on detailed comprehension
FOUR-OPTION MULTIPLE CHOICE. Read the text again and choose the correct answer.

3 What is the problem with the Atacama Desert?
A: It is not a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
B: Stargazing is perfect, but difficult to do.
C: Flying there costs a lot of money.
D: There aren't any ancient ruins like in Petra.
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Reading STEP 5 Focus on detailed comprehension
FOUR-OPTION MULTIPLE CHOICE. Read the text again and choose the correct answer.

4 One of the reasons why the writer would like to visit Poland is because
A: the country is full of interesting historical cities to visit.
B: he wants to find out about his heritage.
C: he would like to practise sports.
D: it is ideal for tourists on a budget.
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Reading STEP 6 Focus on global meaning
FOUR-OPTION MULTIPLE CHOICE. Read the text again and choose the correct answer.

5 What might the writer say to a friend?
A: I have got a lot of travel plans for the future.
B: I loved the Great Barrier Reef. You must swim there, it is marvellous!
C: I have decided all the details of my travel bucket list.
D: Dreaming is fine, but bucket lists are a waste of time.
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Listening STEP 1 Think about the context
Listen to the description of the tasks of a school counsellor and choose the correct ones.

A school counselor…
A: assists students in their education.
B: assesses students' emotional balance.
C: gives emotional support to students.
D: deals with their mental health issues.
E: helps students study for university admissions tests.
F: guides students in their academic plans.
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Listening STEP 2 Focus on details, attitudes and opinions
THREE-OPTION MULTIPLE CHOICE. You will hear an interview with high school counselor Peter Grossman. For each question write the correct answer (A, B, or C) in the gap.

1 What does Peter say about his everyday routine?    ________
A It changes very much.
B It's fixed.
C It's stressful.

2 Peter decided to pursue a career in counseling because    ________
A he liked Psychology and helping people.
B he had problems with bullies and now wants to fight them.
C his own school counselor inspired him.

3 What do you need when dealing with cyberbullying cases?    ________
A The support of the police.
B To speak with all the people involved.
C The trust of the victims.

4 What's Peter's opinion about mental health issues?    ________
A Students have to look for support when they suffer from these problems.
B Professionals have to work with families.
C There's a decrease because schools are dealing well with them.

5 Why is the school in Atlanta going to run a special program?    ________
A Because more and more teenagers are worried about their future.
B Because they want to improve the relationships inside the classrooms.
C Because lots of students are dropping out of school.

6 Peter's future plans are to   ________
A keep studying.
B change school.
C open a counselling center.
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