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2014 MOVING ON S.L.

Nota sobre este material didctico

Hemos diseado este material didctico como una gua general del
vocabulario base de la obra. No hacemos ninguna referencia al guion ni a la
actuacin para que el elemento de espontaneidad y sorpresa no se pierda.
Recomendamos que cuando presente los ejercicios a los alumnos, no los
relacione directamente con la obra de teatro que van a ver.
La presentacin del tema en directo, no est necesariamente relacionada
con el nivel de ingls de este material didctico ya que la representacin en s
siempre depende del nivel del pblico presente.
El material se puede adaptar a las necesidades de todos los niveles de
secundaria, y la EOI, e incluso a algunos grupos de ltimos siglos de primaria.
Aunque lo hemos clasificado por niveles generales, Usted puede cambiar y ajustar
cualquier ejercicio para cualquier nivel y as sacarle todo el provecho posible
segn su programa de enseanza. Usted conoce sus alumnos y sus niveles mejor
que nadie.
Esperamos que encuentre el material variado y diferente, y que lo pueda
aprovechar al mximo.
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NDICE
Las pginas que aparecen en negrita son las que se pueden fotocopiar para sus
alumnos en papel A4
Material para niveles medios y altos
CD TRACK 1: Listening Comprehension Food in Britain - text
Teachers Notes Listening Comprehension
Listening Comprehension Food in Britain Questions for students
Crossword
Crossword Solution

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CD TRACK 2: Listening Dialogue - text


Listening Dialogue Questions for students

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CD TRACK 3: Listening Song Crazy


Teachers Notes Song Crazy
Song words for the teacher Song Crazy

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CD TRACK 4: Listening Song Politician Man


Teachers Notes Song - Politician Man
Song words for the teacher - Politician Man

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CD TRACK 5: Listening Song - Food for Thought


Teachers Notes Song - Food for Thought
Song words for the Teacher - Song - Food for Thought

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Material de apoyo para los grupos con menos nivel


CD TRACK 6: Listening Comprehension Food in Britain - text
Teachers Notes Listening Comprehension
Listening Comprehension Food in Britain Questions

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CD TRACK 7: Listening A Letter Questions for the students


Listening A Letter - Text

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CD TRACK 8: Listening Song Live a Fantasy


Full Song words - Live a Fantasy

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CD TRACK 9: Listening Song Food for Thought


Full Song words Food for Thought

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LISTENING TRACK 1
FOOD IN BRITAIN
Food in Britain has had a bad reputation abroad for a very long time. Visitors from foreign
countries complain about the meals they order in restaurants and cafs and the uninteresting
meals served at home for the family. However, the British dont see eating and food as being very
important. They tend to see food as a necessity and meals tend to be very short and often not in
family. However, nowadays there is a great variety in cultures and, therefore, food. The immigrant
population, from places such as Asia, the Caribbean, Mexico, France, Italy and Spain, has brought
new food and customs to Britain. There are now so many restaurants specialising in foreign
culinary traditions that it can be difficult to find one serving only typical British food.
At home, British eating habits depend, to some extent, on the economic situation of the
family. Fresh fruit and vegetables, fresh fish, meat and cheese are expensive, whereas potatoes,
lard and white bread are less so. Because of the climate in Britain, most fruit is imported and even
the meat and fish is imported from other countries. The historical relationship between Britain
and its ex-colonies means that the majority of fresh foods are bought abroad.
In the North of England the main diet was always based on meat, potatoes, pastry and fat
because the majority of the population worked in badly paid manual labour, factories and the
mines. Fish and Chips and other fried foods are cheap and an immediate source of energy and
calories.
Unlike Mediterranean cultures, the main meal in Britain tends to be eaten in the evening,
around 7pm. Depending on the region this meal is referred to as supper, dinner or tea. Lunch is
generally a quick, light meal eaten around 1pm although the traditional breakfast is large,
including fried sausages, tomatoes, eggs and beans. Part of this is due to the hours of work: there
is normally only an hour for lunch and as the working day finishes at 5pm, the evening meal is
eaten soon afterwards.
Possibly the most typical British meal is the Sunday Lunch. It is called a Roast and
consists of a roast joint of meat, roast potatoes and other boiled vegetables. Gravy is usually
included and in some cases Yorkshire Pudding is also served. However, this is not as common
as it used to be at home. Due to the hectic lifestyle, many British people tend to buy take-aways
or convenience foods including tinned or frozen, ready to cook meals.
With various food scandals (mad cow disease being the most famous), and a new
political awareness of animal rights, there has been an increase in the number of vegetarians over
the last few decades. Many people now want foods that are grown without the aid of chemicals,
in other words, organically grown cereals, fruit and vegetables. People also prefer their eggs to
be from free-range hens and their meat from free-range animals. Also, the increase in food
allergies or intolerance to such things as nuts, gluten, or milk are changing peoples eating habits.
Most of these preferences are all catered for in British restaurants and shops, from the everyday
supermarket to the more expensive health food stores, making it relatively easy for everyone to
be able to choose their own diet.

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LISTENING TRACK 1 FOOD IN BRITAIN TEACHERS NOTES

Este ejercicio es un Listening que debe servir para luego ampliar el tema. Primero, los
alumnos pueden escuchar el CD y junto con el profesor aclarar de qu se trata en lneas
generales. Despus, presenta las preguntas a los alumnos para que las contesten
mientras lo escuchen otras dos veces. Luego reparte las fotocopias de la pgina 2 y lean
el texto mientras escuchen el CD para luego comprobar las respuestas. Finalmente,
escuchen el CD una vez ms para que los alumnos puedan apreciar las respuestas
correctas.

DIFFICULT VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES

abroad (adj. In foreign parts) - en el extranjero


cuisine (noun from French) - cocina (general, no el lugar)
to complain (Intransitive verb) - quejarse
meal (noun) - comida
reliable (Adj.) - digno de confianza, responsable
nowadays (adv.) - hoy en da
to some extent - hasta cierto punto
well off (adj.) - acomodado/a, pudiente, adinerado
whereas (conj. On the other hand) - mientras
lard (noun) - manteca de cerdo
pastry (noun) - pasta
fat (noun) - grasa
source (noun) - fuente
free range - de corral
take-aways - comida para llevar

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LISTENING TRACK 1
Food in Britain
READING / LISTENING COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS
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What reputation does British cuisine have abroad?


Why are there so many varieties of food in Britain?
At home, what do British eating habits depend on?
Where in Britain was the main diet based on meat, potatoes and fat?
Why was this the main diet?
Which meal of the day is referred to as supper, dinner or tea?
Why do people tend to eat so early in Britain?
When is the most typical British meal eaten?
What are people who are allergic to gluten called?
Is it easy to be a vegetarian or have a special diet in Britain?

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WRITING
Using a dictionary, choose a typical dish from your town or region and write the recipe
and instructions of how to make it.
Write 50 words

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THE FOOD FOR THOUGHT CROSSWORD

CLUES
ACROSS

DOWN

5. A person who doesnt eat meat


9. Third course in a meal
10. Very famous person
11. Wealthy, someone who has lots of money
14. The person who serves the meal
15. Illusion, dream

1. A place to eat
2. Amorous
3. Very tasty
4. Clients in a shop or cafe
6. Inauguration
7. The room where you cook
food
8. Sometimes it is virtual
12. Not true, not real
13. Midday meal

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CROSSWORD - solution

ACROSS

DOWN

5. A person who doesnt eat meat


9. Third course in a meal
10. Very famous person
11. Wealthy, someone who has lots of money

1. A place to eat
2. Amorous
3. Very tasty
4. Clients in a shop
or cafe
6. Inauguration
7. The room where
you cook food
8. Sometimes it is
virtual
12. Not true, not real
13. Midday meal

14. The person who serves the meal


15. Illusion, dream

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LISTENING TRACK 2: DIALOGUE


After many years Bob and Harry meet in Harrys restaurant.
HARRY Bob! How nice to see you!
BOB

And you!

HARRY I havent seen you for...erm...


BOB

Five years, Harry

HARRY Well, incredible! Five years eh? Well, anyway......Bye.


BOB

Im sorry, were you cooking?

HARRY What?
BOB

Were you cooking?

HARRY Cooking?
BOB

Yes, just now, in the kitchen. Were you cooking?

HARRY Cooking?. Me? Oh no, never. Why?


BOB

Well, when I saw you before in the kitchen, you looked like...

HARRY Me? In the kitchen? Oh no, no, no.


BOB

Well I saw someone in the kitchen who...

HARRY No, no, no. That was ....erm.......the cook.


BOB

The cook?

HARRY Yes. The cook was in the kitchen cooking. Its very normal
BOB

But he had spaghetti on his head.

HARRY Oh yes, very normal. Yes


BOB

Normal? But why?

HARRY Why what?


BOB

Why did the cook have spaghetti on his head?

HARRY Why?...erm....Because hes....erm....... Italian!

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LISTENING TRACK 2: DIALOGUE


DIALOGUE

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2.
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How long has it been since Bob and Harry last saw each other?
What did Bob think Harry was doing?
Why did Bob think Harry was doing it?
What did the cook have on his head?
What is Harrys explanation?

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WRITING
In pairs, write a short dialogue between you and a friend you havent seen for a long
time

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LISTENING TRACK 3 CRAZY


Listen to the song and put the following words their correct space. They are not in
order!
start, faces, mad, streets, mad, sends, walls, blame, hand
When I saw you down on The Strand
With your lover girl hand in ..
I shuffle through your Spectres halls,
Your memory hangs on the .
All my love has been denied.
I see you walk down endless
So out of touch, girl, out of reach,
You cant say we never tried.
Remembering all your sweet ..
Remembering all your warm embraces,
On that summer night when you promised me,
Youre the only one
Now Im beat on my own,
Im sleeping alone and all your love has gone
I must be crazy, a little insane,
Loving you is driving me ...
I must be crazy, a little down and blue,
Cos loving you is driving me ..
Instrumental
I see your face in every crowd,
Wonder why we couldnt work it out,
Loving you has been denied.
My lifes a dream that never ends,
Sweet miracle that heaven .,
Could all my prayers ever mend
This heart you pulled apart?
Im down on my knees begging you please,
Come back girl lets make a ..
Guitar Solo
I must be crazy, a little to .,
Cos loving you is driving me mad.
Is driving me mad, Is driving me mad
Is driving me mad, is driving me mad
1994 Turlough Kelleher / Riff Winters

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LISTENING TRACK 3 CRAZY TEACHERS NOTES


Es una balada tpica. La letra cuenta la historia de un amor fracasado y los sentimientos
que pueden surgir de este fracaso.

DIFFICULT VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES


The Strand es una calle famosa en Londres
Hand in hand - cogidos de la mano
Denied - rechazado / denegado
Endless streets - calles sin fin
Out of touch - fuera de contacto
Out of reach - inalcanzable
Embraces - abrazos
Im beat on my own - estoy abatido y solo
Insane - loco
Driving me mad - volvindome loco
to work something out - solucionar algo
pull apart - destrozar/ hacer pedazos
down on my knees - estoy arrodillado
begging you please - suplicndote, por favor!

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LISTENING TRACK 3 CRAZY


When I saw you down on The Strand
With your lover girl hand in hand.
I shuffle through your Spectres halls,
Your memory hangs on the walls
All my love has been denied.
I see you walk down endless streets,
So out of touch, girl, out of reach,
You cant say we never tried.
Remembering all your sweet faces,
Remembering all your warm embraces,
On that summer night when you promised me,
Youre the only one
Now Im beat on my own,
Im sleeping alone and all your love has gone
I must be crazy, a little insane,
Loving you is driving me mad.
I must be crazy, a little down and blue,
Cos loving you is driving me mad.
Instrumental
I see your face in every crowd,
Wonder why we couldnt work it out,
Loving you has been denied.
My lifes a dream that never ends,
Sweet miracle that heaven sends,
Could all my prayers ever mend
This heart you pulled apart?
Im down on my knees begging you please,
Come back girl lets make a start
Guitar Solo
I must be crazy, a little to blame,
Cos loving you is driving me mad.
Is driving me mad, Is driving me mad
Is driving me mad, is driving me mad
Lead Vocals: Turlough Kelleher
Backing Vocals: Ana, Jane, Steve
Performed and Arranged by: Wild Waters
Produced by: Turlough Kelleher
Written by: Turlough Kelleher
1994 Turlough Kelleher / Riff Winters

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LISTENING TRACK 4 POLITICIAN MAN


First listen to the song. Each line in Spanish corresponds to a line in English, but remember, the
translations are not word for word. When you have matched the lines in Spanish to the lines in
English, listen to the song again and try and hear the sentences you have translated.

1. Se aprovecha de todo
2. Necesito una misin, to
3. Pues el hombre en cuestin habla de la defensa
4. Hombre poltico
5. l es la droga en las venas del pobre chico
6. Bueno, podras calificarle de delincuente
7. Todas las madres dicen que el hombre nunca ha mentido
8. Dicen que consigues lo que te mereces
9. Para hacer ese trabajo necesitas una mente criminal
10. Est jugando con dos barajas
11. La creencia ciega es lo que se consigue,
12. Podras decir de l que est loco
13. Para hacer ese trabajo necesitas una mente criminal
14. Tiene un tatuaje de Al Capone en el pecho
15. Jugando a la ruleta rusa con una pistola cargada
16. Otro da ms, ms viejo y ms hundido en las deudas
17. Bueno, podras calificarle de delincuente
18. La tele da las noticias, ambiguas y mentirosas
19. Hombre poltico, s, s
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Well the man in question is talking defence


He plays his cards on both sides of the fence
Hes got his fingers in the gravy pie
All the mamas say the man never told no lie
Well you could say hes the criminal kind
To do that kind of job you need a criminal mind
A Politician man, Ye, Ye!
I need a mission man
A Politician man
Blind acceptance is what you get
Double talking newspeaking T.V. set
Another day older and deeper in debt
They say that what you deserve is what you get
Well you could say hes the criminal kind
To do that kind of job you need a criminal mind
Hes got Al Capone tattooed on his chest
Loaded revolver playing Russian roulette
Hes the drug in the poor boys veins
You could say that the mans insane
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LISTENING TRACK 4 POLITICIAN MAN - TEACHERS NOTES


La cancin es una cancin de protesta dirigido haca el mundo de los polticos. Fue escrita
por Turlough Kelleher en los aos 80 motivado por la situacin que se viva en Irlanda
del Norte y con la huelga de los mineros en Inglaterra.
Contiene mucho slang y expresiones comunes y por lo tanto el ejercicio que hemos
elegido ha sido de traduccin.

DIFFICULT VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES


He plays his card on both sides of the fence - This is a combination of two common
expressions:
-to play your cards right: to play cleverly, and to your own advantage (jugar bien en la
vida)
-to sit on the fence: to not commit yourself to either side of a situation. (no
comprometerse a ninguna postura u opinin sobre un tema)
Hes got his fingers in the gravy pie: This is another combination of two common
expressions:
-to have a finger in every pie: (Una persona con sus dedos en todas las tartas esta
enchufado en todos los lugares de importancia)
-to be on the gravy train: To be in a situation where you make a lot of money without
any effort (ganar dinero fcil)
...the man never told no lie: This is a double negative used often in songs although it is
not grammatically correct in Standard English
blind acceptance: Resignacin - la aceptacin de algo sin cuestionarlo
double-talking: speaking with two tongues (mintiendo)

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LISTENING TRACK 4 POLITICIAN MAN

Well the man in question is talking defence,


He plays his cards on both sides of the fence,
Hes got his fingers in the gravy pie,
All the mamas say the man never told no lie.
Well you could say hes the criminal kind,
To do that kind of job you need a criminal mind.
A Politician Man,
Yeah, Yeah!
A Politician Man,
Yeah, Yeah!
I need a mission, man,
A Politician Man.
Blind acceptance is what you get,
Double talking, newspeaking T.V. set.
Another day older and deeper in debt,
They say what you deserve is what you get.
Well you could say hes the criminal kind.
To do that kind of job you need a criminal mind.
A Politician Man,
Yeah, Yeah!
Hes got Al Capone tatooed on his chest,
Loaded revolver playing Russian Roulette.
Hes the drug in the poor boys veins,
You could say that the mans insane.
A Politician Man,
Yeah, Yeah!

Lead Vocals: Turlough Kelleher


Backing Vocals: Ana, Jane, Steve
Performed and Arranged by: Wild Waters
Produced by: Turlough Kelleher
Written by: Turlough Kelleher
Turlough Kelleher
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LISTENING TRACK 5 FOOD FOR THOUGHT


The missing words are all phrasal verbs:
to run to (X2), built up, to live up to (X2), locked up,
When youre an animal ................ .......... inside a zoo,
And all those bad habits have ................ .......... inside of you.
When youre trying your best to see the good side of this world.
Surrounding us and pounding us with illuminating words.
When you feel theres nowhere left ..... ....... .......,
When you feel theres nowhere left to turn.
When you feel theres so much ....... ....... ..... .......,
And theres only one good life you know.
You need Food For Thought!
(Food for thought!)
You need Food For Thought
(Food for thought!)
Food For Thought is what you need,
Food For Thought oh yes indeed!
Im big!
As big as a man.
Im big!
As big as a man can be.
And Im small!
As small as a man.
Im small!
As small as a man can be.
When you feel theres nowhere left ..... ....... .......,
When you feel theres nowhere left to turn.
When you feel theres so much ........ ............. ...... ......,
And theres only one good life you know.
You need Food For Thought!
(Food for thought!)
You need Food For Thought
(Food for thought!)
Food For Thought is what you need,
Food For Thought oh yes indeed!
1994 Steve Jesson
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LISTENING TRACK 5 FOOD FOR THOUGHT


La cancin trata del querer y no poder y de que a veces hace falta dar de comer a las
ideas, estimular la imaginacin y la mente, para poder seguir luchando.

DIFFICULT VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES

Locked up (phrasal verb to lock up) imprisoned - encarcelado


Built up (phrasal verb to build up) - acumulado, crecido
To run to (phrasal verb) correr haca, huir desde un sitio a otro o encontrar refugio
To live up to (phrasal verb) to meet expectations, to prove - cumplir con expectativas
trying your best - doing the best you can - haciendo lo mejor que puedas
pounding hitting, bombarding - aporreando
as big as comparitive form - tan grande como

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LISTENING TRACK 5 FOOD FOR THOUGHT


When youre an animal locked up inside a zoo,
And all those bad habits have built up inside of you.
When youre trying your best to see the good side of this world.
Surrounding us and pounding us with illuminating words.
When you feel theres nowhere left to run to,
When you feel theres nowhere left to turn.
When you feel theres so much to live up to,
And theres only one good life you know.
You need Food For Thought!
(Food for thought!)
You need Food For Thought
(Food for thought!)
Food For Thought is what you need,
Food For Thought oh yes indeed!
Im big!
As big as a man.
Im big!
As big as a man can be.
And Im small!
As small as a man.
Im small!
As small as a man can be.
When you feel theres nowhere left to run to,
When you feel theres nowhere left to turn.
When you feel theres so much to live up to,
And theres only one good life you know.
You need Food For Thought!
(Food for thought!)
You need Food For Thought
(Food for thought!)
Food For Thought is what you need,
Food For Thought oh yes indeed!
Lead and backing Vocals: Steve Jesson
Performed and Arranged by: Wild Waters
Written by: Steve Jesson
1994 Steve Jesson
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LISTENING TRACK 6

FOOD IN BRITAIN

Many people in the world think that food in Britain isnt very good. This is partly
because many people in Britain dont see food as being very important and it is often
not eaten with the family. Also, fruit and vegetables, fresh fish, meat and cheese are
expensive and many people prefer to spend their money on other things. Another reason
is that because of the climate in Britain most food is imported from other countries.
Typically, a person in Britain eats a big breakfast, small lunch and a big supper or
dinner at about 7 Oclock in the evening, but because of work and the fast life that many
people have, this is not something that everyone does.
The typical British meal is the Sunday Lunch. It is called a Roast made with roast
meat (pork, beef or chicken), roast potatoes and a selection of vegetables. People often
use a sauce called gravy to accompany the food. However, many people dont have a
typical Sunday Lunch. Today, fast food, take-aways and microwave food is very common.
In Britain many people eat alternative food. Many people are allergic to nuts or
gluten or milk, and other people decide to be vegetarian or vegan. Because of the large
immigrant population, and because of peoples preferences, there is a variety of foods,
restaurants and shops which means that a person can choose their own diet very easily.

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LISTENING TRACK 6 - FOOD IN BRITAIN


Este ejercicio es un Listening or Reading Comprehension, dependiendo del nivel de
sus alumnos, que debe servir para luego ampliar el tema. Primero, los alumnos pueden
escuchar el CD y junto con el profesor aclarar de que se trata en lneas generales.
Despus, presenta las preguntas a los alumnos y, despus de leerlas y comprobar
comprensin, las pueden contestar mientras escuchen el CD otras dos veces. Luego
reparte las fotocopias de pgina 18, y lean el texto mientras escuchen el CD para luego
comprobar y corregir las respuestas. Finalmente, escuchen el CD una vez ms para que
los alumnos escuchen las respuestas correctas.

DIFFICULT VOCABULARY AND STRUCTURES

Roast - asado
Gravy - caldo o salsa para acompaar a la carne
Take-aways - comida para llevar

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LISTENING TRACK 6 - FOOD IN BRITAIN

READING / LISTENING COMPREHENSION QUESTIONS


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2.
3.
4.
5.

What is expensive in Britain?


Why does a lot of food in Britain come from other countries?
What time do many people eat supper or dinner?
What day do many people eat a typical British meal?
Name two things in food that many people are allergic to.

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4.
5.

WRITING
Write a description of your favourite meal.

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LISTENING TRACK 7 - A LETTER


1. How is Harry?
2. Where is Bob living?
3. What date is Bob coming to see Harry in his restaurant?
4. How much money does Harry owe Bob?
5. How much money does Harry owe the Electricity Company?

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WRITING
Write a short letter to an old friend. Tell them where you live, what you do and your
future plans.

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LISTENING TRACK 7 - A LETTER


Harry is reading a letter from his old friend Bob

BOB Dear Harry, how are you?


HARRY Im very well, Bob. How are you?
BOB I am well and living in Hollywood.
HARRY Bobs living in Hollywood!
BOB Heres a photograph of me with Enrique Iglesias.
HARRY Bob with Enrique Iglesias! Incredible!
BOB I am going on holiday and will come and see you in your restaurant.
HARRY Shes coming here. Bob is coming here to see my restaurant! Oh no! This is
terrible. She cant come here.
BOB I will see you on 27th January 2009
HARRY B..BB.. But thats today. Bobs coming today!
BOB P.S. Do you remember the one hundred pounds I gave you five years ago?
HARRY What?! One hundred pounds? Oh no! Its true! Five years ago Bob gave me one
hundred pounds and now shes coming here today to see me. Thats five hundred pounds
to the bank, two hundred to the Electricity Company and one hundred pounds to Bob!
Oh dear. I dont feel well. Im going to eat something.

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LISTENING TRACK 8 LIVE A FANTASY!


The missing words are all common or proper nouns:
Hollywood, imagination, millionaires (X2), reality (X3), love (X2), fame (X2)
Fantasies of ..,
And fantasies of..,
And fantasies of ..
Or thinking that youre Elvis,
Sh-sh-shaking your p-pelvis,
Pretending that you just dont care.
Living in a dreamland,
Of _............................. or Gracelands,
Is better than .
.. flying,
And Im not even trying,
Theres something coming over me.
Theres nothing we can do about ,
So lets go, go, go where we can be free.
To live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Fantasies of .
And fantasies of ..,
And fantasies of .
Or thinking that youre Elvis,
Sh-sh-shaking your p-pelvis,
Pretending that you just dont care.
Theres nothing we can do about ,
So lets go, go, go where we can be free.
To live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
1994 Steve Jesson
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LISTENING TRACK 8 LIVE A FANTASY!


Fantasies of love,
And fantasies of fame,
And fantasies of millionaires.
Or thinking that youre Elvis,
Sh-sh-shaking your p-pelvis,
Pretending that you just dont care.
Living in a dreamland,
Of Hollywood or Gracelands,
Is better than reality.
Imagination flying,
And Im not even trying,
Theres something coming over me.
Theres nothing we can do about reality,
So lets go, go, go where we can be free.
To live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Fantasies of love,
And fantasies of fame,
And fantasies of millionaires.
Or thinking that youre Elvis,
Sh-sh-shaking your p-pelvis,
Pretending that you just dont care.
Theres nothing we can do about reality,
So lets go, go, go where we can be free.
To live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Live a fantasy!
Lead Vocals: Steve Jesson
Backing Vocals: Rachel Bonham-Carter, Steve Jesson
Arranged by: Rick Shepherd
Produced by: Turlough Kelleher, Rick Shepherd
Written by: Steve Jesson
1994 Steve Jesson
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LISTENING TRACK 9 FOOD FOR THOUGHT!


The missing words:
small (X2), life, words, man (X2), animal, world,
When youre an . locked up inside a zoo,
And all those bad habits have built up inside of you.
When youre trying your best to see the good side of this ...
Surrounding us and pounding us with illuminating ...
When you feel theres nowhere left to run to
When you feel theres nowhere left to turn.
When you feel theres so much to live up to
And theres only one good you know.
You need Food For Thought!
(Food for thought!)
You need Food For Thought
(Food for thought!)
Food For Thought is what you need,
Food For Thought oh yes indeed!
Im big!
As big as a ...
Im big!
As big as a can be.
And Im !
As small as a man.
Im !
As small as a man can be.
When you feel theres nowhere left to run to
When you feel theres nowhere left to turn.
When you feel theres so much to live up to
And theres only one good you know.
You need Food For Thought!
(Food for thought!)
You need Food For Thought
(Food for thought!)
Food For Thought is what you need,
Food For Thought oh yes indeed!
1994 Steve Jesson
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LISTENING TRACK 9 FOOD FOR THOUGHT!


When youre an animal locked up inside a zoo,
And all those bad habits have built up inside of you.
When youre trying your best to see the good side of this world.
Surrounding us and pounding us with illuminating words.
When you feel theres nowhere left to run to,
When you feel theres nowhere left to turn.
When you feel theres so much to live up to,
And theres only one good life you know.
You need Food For Thought!
(Food for thought!)
You need Food For Thought
(Food for thought!)
Food For Thought is what you need,
Food For Thought oh yes indeed!
Im big!
As big as a man.
Im big!
As big as a man can be.
And Im small small!
As small as a man.
Im small!
As small as a man can be.
When you feel theres nowhere left to run to,
When you feel theres nowhere left to turn.
When you feel theres so much to live up to,
And theres only one good life you know.
You need Food For Thought!
(Food for thought!)
You need Food For Thought
(Food for thought!)
Food For Thought is what you need,
Food For Thought oh yes indeed!
Lead and backing Vocals: Steve Jesson
Performed and Arranged by: Wild Waters
Written by: Steve Jesson
1994 Steve Jesson
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