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Lesson 68 Terrible toothache


Nurse: Good morning, Mr Croft.


Mr Croft: Good morning, nurse. I want to see the dentist, please.


Nurse: Do you have an appointment?


Mr Croft: No, I donít .


Nurse: Is it urgent?


Mr Croft: Yes, it is. Itís very urgent. I feel awful. I have a terrible toothache.


Nurse: Can you come at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 24th?


Mr Croft: I must see the dentist now, nurse.


Nurse: The dentist is very busy at the moment. Can you come at 2 p.m.?


Mr Croft: Thatís very late. Canít the dentist see me now?


Nurse: Iím afraid that he canít , Mr Croft. Canít you wait till this afternoon?


Mr Croft: I can wait, but my toothache canít !



New words


appointment / əˈpɔɪntm(ə)nt/ n. till/ tɪl/ prep.
urgent/ ˈəːdʒ(ə)nt/ adj. dentist / ˈdɛntɪst/ n.
moment/ ˈməʊm(ə)nt/ n.  


Notes on the text

1. at the moment, now; Sheís going to school at the moment.

2. a.m.

3. p.m.


Lesson 69 When did you Ö..?


at 12 oíclock, 7 oíclockÖÖ.  
on Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday  
In January February March April May June July August September October Novemver December  
In 1998 1990 2015 ÖÖ..  
  On July 1st Aug. 2nd ÖÖÖ





A. Put the verbs in correct forms.



She (go, going, went) to town every day. She (go, going, went) to town yesterday.

She goes to town every day. She went to town yesterday.


1. She (buy, bought) a new car every year. She (buy, bought) a new car last year.

2. She airs the room every day. She (airs, aired) it this morning.

3. He often (lose, lost) his pen. He (lose, lost) his pen this morning.

4. She always (listen, listened) to the news. She (listen, listened) to the news yesterday evening.

5. She (empty, emptied) this basket every day. She (empty, emptied) it yesterday.


B. Answer these questions.



Itís eight oíclock. When did you see him?

(half an hour ago)

I saw him at half at half past seven.


Itís Friday. When did she go to London?

(the day before yesterday)

She went to London on Wednesday.


Itís June. When did Mr Jones buy that car?

(last month)

He bought that car in May.


1. Itís 1997. When did you paint this room? (last year) 2. Itís 5th January. When did she meet him? (two months ago)
3. Itís a quarter past eleven. When did they arrive? (half an hour ago) 4. Itís Suanday. When did he lose his pen? (yesterday)

Lesson 70 Carolís shopping list


Tom: What are you doing, Peggy?


Carol: Iím making a shopping list, Tom.


Tom: What do we need?


Carol: We need a lot of things this week.


Carol: I must go to the grocerís. We havenít got much tea or coffee, and we havenít got any sugar or jam.


Tom: What about vegetables?


Carol: I must go to the greengrocerís. We havenít got many tomatoes, but weíve got a lot of potatoes.

I must go to the butcherís, too. We need some meat. We havenít got any meat at all.


Tom: Have we got any beer and wine?


Carol: No, we havenít. And Iím not going to get any!


Tom: I hope that youíve got some money.


Carol: I havenít got much.


Tom: Well, I havenít got much either!



New words


shop /ʃɒp/ n. hope/həʊp/ v. (hoped, hoped)
shopping /ˈʃɒpɪŋ/ n. thing /θɪŋ/ n.
vegetable /ˈvɛdʒɪtəb(ə)l/ n. money /ˈmʌni/ n.
need/niːd/ v. (needed, needed) either /ˈiːðə/ adv.



Notes on the text

1. a lot of; a lot of books, a lot of beer.


2. Countable nouns Uncountable nouns
many many books many students many things much much money much milk much water



Lesson 71 We must go to theÖ..?




A. Rewrite these sentences.



I donít have any eggs. I havenít got many eggs.

He doesnít have any coffee. He hasnít got much coffee.


1. I donít have any butter.

2. You donít have any envelopes.

3. We donít have any milk.

4. She doesnít have any biscuits.

5. They donít have any books.


B. Make two statements for each question as in the examples.



Have your got any cheese? (grocerís)

I need a lot of cheese. I havenít got much.

I must go to the grocerís to get some cheese.


Has he got any envelopes? (newsagentís)

He needs a lot of envelopes. He hasnít got many.

He must go to the newsagentís to get some envelopes.


1. Have they got any bread? (bakerís)

2. Has she got any eggs? (grocerís)

3. Have they got any magazines? (newsagentís)

4. Have you got any beef? (butcherís)

5. Has she got any butter? (grocerís)

6. Have they got any bananas? (greengrocerís)

7. Has he got any medicine? (chemistís)


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