03 - ESOL Entry 2 Unit 3 - [PDF Document] (2022)

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 1

    3 Getting around

    What you will do

    This unit is about travelling locally and planning longerjourneys. These are the skills you will practise. Which are mostuseful for you? Tick the boxes.

    Listening and speaking

    Skill Skill code

    Listen to travel information Lr/E2.2a, 2b, 2d, 3c Ask for andgive travel information Sc/E2.2d, 3a; Lr/E2.5b Ask for things andrespond Sc/E2.1a, 1b, 2a; Lr/E2.2d Ask for and give directionsSc/E2.2e, 3e, 4a; Lr/E2.2b, 4a Talk about events in the pastSd/E2.1d; Sc/E2.2a, 3c, 3d; Lr/E2.2d

    Reading and writing

    Skill Skill code

    Find information in timetables, plans, and Rt/E2.1b, 2a,4abooking forms

    Read about a travel problem Rt/E2.1a, 1b Fill in booking formsWt/E2.1a, 1b Write directions Ws/E2.1a, 3a, 4a; Ww/E2.1a

    Project work

    At the end of the unit you will plan a journey and write abouttravel arrangements.

    Whats the best way to travel around town?

    Whats the best way to travel between towns?

    How do you travel around your town?

  • Page 2 Unit 3 E2 ESOL

    Choosing how to travel

    Activity A Listening: asking for travel information

    1 Emad Yousef lives in Manchester. He has a job interview inEdinburghnext week. He goes to see a travel agent to get someinformation. What questions do you think he asks?

    3 Who asked these questions? Write E for Emad or T for travelagent.

    How much does the train cost? ............... How far is it?...............

    And whats your name, please? ............... When would you liketo travel? ...............

    How can I help you? ............... Can you tell me the best wayto get there? ...............

    So how long does that take? ............... How would you liketo travel? ...............

    4 Listen and check your answers.

    Activity B Speaking: asking for travel information

    Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions to complete the travelinformation your teacher will give you.

    Sc/E2.2d; Lr/E2.2b, 3c, 5b

    Cost of journey Length of journey

    Train

    Coach

    Plane

    E

    Edinburgh

    Manchester

    2 Listen to Emad and the travel agent and complete thetable.

    Manchester to Edinburgh: about 200 miles (320 kilometres)

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 3

    Finding information in timetables

    Activity A Reading timetables

    Read the information about Ribble Runabout Buses and answer thequestions below the timetable.

    1 Where does the 45 bus service start and finish?.......................................

    2 What days of the week does the service run?.......................................

    3 What time is the last bus from Whalley to Bolton?.......................................

    4 When does the second bus go from Blackburn to Darwen?.......................................

    5 How long does it take the 45 bus service to get from Whalleyto Bolton? .......................................

    6 How much does an adult return ticket from Clitheroe toBlackburn cost? .......................................

    7 Can you solve this puzzle? How much does it cost for aClitheroe family of three adults (one aged 72) and four children totravel to and from Bolton for a day?.......................................

    Ribble Runabout BusesRoute 45: CLITHEROE WHALLEY BLACKBURNDARWEN BOLTON

    MONDAY TO SATURDAY

    Clitheroe 0615 2015 Bolton 0600 2000

    Whalley 0625 Then every 2025 Darwen 0635 Then every 2035

    Blackburn 0645 30 minutes 2045 Blackburn 0700 30 minutes2100

    Darwen 0710 until 2110 Whalley 0720 until 2120

    Bolton 0745 2145 Clitheroe 0730 2130

    1 per fare stage or stops in betweenChildren and seniors: 50% ofthe adult fareExample Single adult fare from Whalley to Darwen:2Return adult fare from Bolton to Clitheroe: 8

    Weekly Saver tickets 50% reductions on full priceticketsExampleClitheroe to and from Blackburn: 14 per weekClitheroeto and from Bolton: 28 per week

    Rt/E2.1b, 2a

    When you read timetables, dont readeverything. Dont try tounderstand everything.Look for the information you need.

    Remember

  • Page 4 Unit 3 E2 ESOL

    Booking a ticket

    Activity A Reading: booking on the Internet

    Shazia Ahmed is going to visit her sister for the weekend. Sheuses theInternet to book a ticket. Read the booking information andanswer thequestions below.

    1 Where is Shazia going?.......................................

    2 What day is she travelling?.......................................

    3 What is the number of the coach service from Preston toBirmingham? .......................................

    4 Is she buying a single or a return ticket?.......................................

    5 How much does her ticket cost?.......................................

    6 When is she coming back to Preston?.......................................

    7 How long does the journey take from Preston to Birmingham?.......................................

    Activity B Writing: filling in a booking form

    You are planning a journey. Choose a destination, a day and adate to travel. Fill in thebooking form your teacher gives you.

    Rt/E2.1b; Wt/E2.1b

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 5

    Making travel arrangements

    Activity A Listening: talking about arrangements

    1 Lucia and Tina are friends. Lucia lives in Hull and Tina livesin Leeds.Lucia is planning to travel to Leeds to see Tinas newbaby. She phonesTina to tell her about her travel plans. Whatinformation do you thinkTina gives her?

    2 Listen to their conversation and look at the note below. Tinamade twomistakes in the information she wrote down. Underline themand writedown the correct information.

    Activity B Speaking: talking about travel arrangements

    A friend is visiting you next week. Work in pairs. Role play aconversation like this with your friend.

    A: Find out about your friends travel plans.

    B: Give your travel plans. Use the information on the bookingform you completed.

    You Your friendAnswer the phone with your number

    Greet your friend and ask how he or she isReply

    Ask when he or shes comingGive the day/date

    Ask how he or shes travellingGive the information

    Ask when he or shes arrivingGive your arrival time

    Say you will meet him/herAsk where to meet

    Say whereAgree. Give mobile number

    Sc/E2.2d, 3a; Lr/E2.2a, 5b

    Lucias visitFriday 24thArrive 5.50Meet Information centreMobile07907924401

  • Page 6 Unit 3 E2 ESOL

    2 Dave planned to meet his colleague Soloman in Brighton. Davehad aproblem on the journey.

    Read the e-mail he sent to Soloman to explain the problem.Checkwhether your ideas were right.

    Travel stories

    Activity A Reading about a journey

    1 Look at this picture of Dave Lewis. Did he have a good journeyor a badjourney? Say why or why not.

    Rt/E2.1b, 2a

    Oh, no!

    From: David LewisTo: Soloman CareyDate: TuesdaySubject:Nightmare journey

    (Video) Entry 3 Esol writing exam task assessed

    Hi Soloman,

    Sorry I missed you in Brighton on Monday. I had a very badjourney. I didnt meet you and I didnt getto the other meetingeither.

    I got on the train at Birmingham at about eleven oclock. Thefirst part of the journey was fine. Thetrain wasnt crowded. I hadlots of room. I did some work. Then the train stopped at OxfordStation.There was a problem and the train didnt move. I felt hungrybut the buffet on the train was closed.

    I saw a guard on the platform. He told me the train would be inthe station for another 10 minutes. Ihad enough time to getsomething to eat. I took my wallet and got off the train. I leftall my otherthings on the train and went to buy a sandwich. I wasonly in the shop for about three minutes.

    When I came out, the platform was empty. The train wasnt there.All my things were on the train my jacket, my briefcase, my papers.What a nightmare!

    Nightmare journey

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 7

    3 Read the e-mail from Dave again. Put these events in thecorrect order.

    He got off the train and left his things on it.

    He saw a guard.

    He worked for some time.

    The guard said the train wouldnt leave for 10 minutes.

    The train didnt move.

    He felt hungry.

    He bought a sandwich.

    The train left without him.

    He got on the train at Birmingham.

    The train arrived in Oxford.

    He took his wallet.

    4 Underline the past tense verbs in paragraphs 1 and 2 of Davese-mail. Add any new irregular verbs to your verb list.

    Activity B Speaking: discussing a story

    1 Work in pairs. Discuss what you think happened in the nextpart of thestory? Use some of these expressions in yourdiscussion.

    1

    2 Work in groups. Take turns to tell your story. The otherlearners listenand ask questions, for example:

    How did he ?

    Why did he ?

    I think

    I agree.

    Im not sure about that.

    No, I dont think thats right.

    Rt/E2.1a; Sc/E2.1c, 3c, 3d

  • Page 8 Unit 3 E2 ESOL

    Who is where?

    Activity A Language: prepositions of place

    1 Here is a family photo taken by Miriam Ibrahims father. Miriamwroteabout the photo for a school project. Read her project work.Write thenames of the people in the picture.

    2 Work in pairs. Ask questions about the people in the picture.Say where they are. Use these words in your answers.

    Example

    A: Wheres Miriam?

    B: Shes standing between her brother, Mohsin, and hermother.

    A: Whos that next to Miriams mum?

    B: Its Hassan, Miriams eldest brother.

    on the left on the right at the back next to between in front ofbehind

    This is a picture of my family in our sitting room at home.Atthe back of the picture on the left is my eldest brother,Hassan,next to my mum, Magda. On the right of the picture is mybrotherMohsin. He loves football. Can you see me in between mum andMohsin? Mohametis standing in front of Hassan, and Muse is at thevery front with mum behindhim. You cant see my dad, Abdullah, inthe photo, because he took it!

    Miriam Ibrahim

    Sc/E2.3a; Rt/E2.1b; Rs/E2.1a

    A

    E

    F

    C

    D

    B

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 9

    Asking where things are

    Activity A Listening to public announcements

    Shazia Ahmed is at the coach station. Shes waiting for the coachtoBirmingham. Listen to the announcements about the coaches. Fillin themissing information.

    Activity B Speaking: asking for and giving directions

    1 This is a plan of the coach station.

    Shazia is standing at the subway. She wants to find the WaitingRoom. This ishow she asks for directions.

    Ask where something is A: Can you tell me where the WaitingRoomis, please?

    Ask for clarification B: Sorry?

    Repeat the question A: Wheres the Waiting Room, please?

    Check and answer the question B: The Waiting Room? Its overthere nextto the Caf.

    2 Work in pairs. Practise asking for directions in the busstation.

    Sc/E2.2e, 3c; Lr/E2.2a, 3c

    Waiting Room

    Caf

    Ticket Office

    Coac

    hIn

    form

    atio

    nCe

    ntre

    Telephones

    Newsagent Ladies Gents Subway

    1

    2

    3 4 5 6

    7

    8

  • Page 10 Unit 3 E2 ESOL Lr/E2.4a; Sc/E2.1b

    Following directions

    Activity A Listening: following directions on a map

    1 Lucia is visiting her friend Tina. When Lucia arrives at thecoach station,Tina is not there to meet her. Lucia phones Tina.

    Listen to the conversation. Why isnt Tina there?

    2 Follow Tinas directions and draw the way to her house.

    2 Listen to the conversation again. Check your answers.

    Activity B Language: giving directions

    1 Look at these notes. Choose the correct words. Cross out thewrongwords. Use the map to help you.

    Bus station to Tinas houseCome into / out o the bus station.Turn let / right intoKing Street. Go over / under the bridge. Gotowards /past the Red Lion. Continue till / when you get tothecrossroads. Turn let / right at the traic lights. Go up /throughStation Road. Carry on / out till Broad Lane.Turn let / right intoBroad Lane and let / right intoRiverside. The house is at thebeginning / at the end oRiverside on the let / on the right.

    Bus Station

    PrimarySchool

    Library

    Town Hall

    Supermarket

    Pub: Red Lion

    HealthCentre

    Station

    RIVE

    RK I N G S T R E E T

    ST

    AT

    (Video) Diary entry writing how to write in english

    IO

    N

    RO

    AD

    R I V ERSI D

    E

    Traffic LightsTraffic Lights

    B R O A D L A N E

    BR

    OA

    D

    LA

    NE

    G E O R G E ST

    O L D S T R E E TG R E E N R O A D

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 11Rt/E2.4a; Sc/E2.2e, 3e, 4a

    Activity C Speaking: giving directions

    1 Notice how Lucia repeats some directions. Why does she dothis?

    2 Work in pairs. Practise asking for and giving directions.

    from the bus station to the primary school

    from the library to the Health Centre

    from the supermarket to the station.

    3 Listen again. What other questions does she ask?

    a Where ............................................................................................................... then?

    b Then .....................................?

    c How far .......................................................................... from the bus station?

    2 Now choose two places on the map. Write directions between twoplaces using this example.

    Come out o the Town Hall. Turn right. Wal down George Street.Turn right into Broad Lane. Go along Broad Lane to the traiclights.Turn right into King Street. Go straight on. The ................ is on the let.

    Turn left into King Street. OK.

    Come out of the busstation into King

    Street and turn left.

    Activity D Writing directions

    1 Look at the map again. Read these directions.

  • Page 12 Unit 3 E2 ESOL Sc/E2.1a, 2a; Lr/E2.2d; Ws/E2.1a, 3a, 4a;Ww/E2.1a

    Making polite requests

    Activity A Listening for stress

    1 Listen to these sentences and underline the stressed word ineach one.Then listen and check your answers.

    a Meet me at the station.

    b Change a one-pound coin.

    c I want to see your ticket.

    d Take me to the train station.

    e Tell me the way to the ticket office.

    f I want a return ticket.

    g I want to pay for the fare by cheque.

    h Stop the taxi by the bus stop.

    2 How can you change these sentences into polite requests? Dontforgetto say please.

    Example Could you meet me at the station, please?

    3 Now listen and repeat the sentences. Use a weak stress on canor could.

    Activity B Speaking: making requests

    Work in pairs and practise making requests.

    A: Make the requests from Activity A again.

    B: Accept or refuse the request.

    Could you meet me atthe station, please?

    Yes, of course.

    Im afraid I cant.

    Can you change a one-pound coin, please?

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 13

    Sounds and spelling

    Activity A Listening: vowel sounds

    1 Listen to the sounds. How many different sounds do youhear?

    2 Compare your answers with a partner. Do you agree?

    Activity B Spelling: same sound but different spellings

    1 Write words with the same sound in the correct place.

    pay chair

    ................................................................................................................................................

    ................................................................................................................................................

    ................................................................................................................................................

    ................................................................................................................................................

    so like

    ................................................................................................................................................

    ................................................................................................................................................

    ................................................................................................................................................

    ................................................................................................................................................

    2 Compare your answers with a partners. Do you agree?

    3 Now read the words. Try to use the correct pronunciation.

    Lr/E2.2d; Rw/E2.3a

    1 2 3

    a b

    c

    d

    e

    f

    g

    h

    bike boat care coach go fare find flygreat slow plane rail stairtry train where

    great care

    boat bike

  • Page 14 Unit 3 E2 ESOL

    This family lives inInverness inScotland. They arecoming totheplace where youlive for animportant familyoccasion. Yourprojectis to plantheir journey.

    Activity A Find travel information

    1 Choose some dates for the visit.

    2 Look at a map of the United Kingdom. Find Inverness and theplace where you live.

    3 Find information about different ways of travelling fromInverness to your home. You can use the phone, Internet, or atravel agency.

    4 Complete the table with information about each type oftransport.

    Activity B Discuss the best journey

    Compare the different ways of travelling, and journey times.Discuss which is best for the family.

    Activity C Give directions

    Think about where the family will arrive in the place you live.For example,will it be the bus station, train station or at a busstop? Prepare an e-mail ora letter to send with the directions toyour house.

    Project work

    Coach Train Plane

    Cost

    Journey time

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    Best travel times

    Special notes

    Inverness

    From Inverness to your town

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 15

    Supermarket

    RIVE

    R

    B E L L

    S T R E E T

    Traffic LightsRoundabout

    NE

    W

    RO

    AD

    W A T E R Y L A N E

    BankGREE

    N LANE

    GR

    O

    VE

    R OA D

    Station

    Activity A Checking prepositions

    1 Do you know these words? Use words from the box to describetheboys position.

    Activity B Using a map

    Complete the directions with suitable words.

    This map 1 ..................................... how youget tothe bank from the station. 2 .....................................out of the stationand turn left. Go along New Road 3..................................... the traffic lights. 4..................................... right into Bell Street.Go 5..................................... the bridge. Carry on untilyou 6 .....................................to the roundabout. Turnright intoGrove Road. 7 .....................................downGrove Road for about 200 metres andthen turn 8..................................... into Green Lane. Go 9..................................... upGreen Lane. The bank is onthe right,10 ..................................... thesupermarket.

    a ..................................... b..................................... c..................................... d.....................................

    Check itbehind between in front of next to opposite overunder

    e ..................................... f..................................... g.....................................

    shows

  • Page 16 Unit 3 E2 ESOL

    Activity A Plan a journey by train

    1 Choose the day and the time to travel and to return.

    2 Phone Directory Enquiries (192) to find the number of NationalRail Enquiries.

    3 Phone and find the times of trains and the prices of theticket.

    Activity B Plan a journey by coach using the Internet

    1 Choose the day and the time to travel and to return.

    2 Find the web address of a coach company.

    3 Log on to the website of the company.

    4 Write down the cost of the travel and the times of thecoaches.

    How am I doing? Look back at the skills listed on page 1. Thenfinish the sentences below.

    I am confident with...................................................................................................

    ..................................................................................................................................................

    ..................................................................................................................................................

    ..................................................................................................................................................

    I need more practice with....................................................................................

    ..................................................................................................................................................

    ..................................................................................................................................................

    ..................................................................................................................................................

    Date........................................................................

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  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 17

    Page 2 Choosing how to travel

    Activity A2Agent: Good morning, how can I help you?

    Emad: Um I want to go to Edinburgh.

    Agent: How would you like to travel?

    Emad: Im not sure. How far is it?

    Agent: Oh, about 200 miles.

    Emad: Can you tell me the best way to get there?

    Agent: Well, there are a number of ways. You can goby train.

    Emad: How much does the train cost?

    Agent: Well, a return ticket costs 122 and takesabout threehours.

    Emad: And what about a coach from Manchester toEdinburgh? Howmuch is that?

    Agent: Well, the coach is much cheaper. It costs 58for a returnticket. But the journey is longer it takes about five and a halfhours.

    Emad: Mmm thats a bit too long. Can you fly toEdinburgh fromManchester?

    Agent: Yes, you can from Manchester airport.

    Emad: So how long does that take?

    Agent: Just over an hour.

    Emad: I see. And how much does the plane cost?

    Agent: There are lots of fares but an economy classreturn isabout 190.

    Emad: 190? Thats expensive. I think Ill go bytrain. Can I book aticket?

    Agent: Certainly. When would you like to travel?

    Emad: Id like to go next Wednesday.

    Agent: OK. And whats your name, please?

    Page 5 Making travel arrangements

    Activity A2Tina: Hello Tina speaking.

    Lucia: Tina, Hi. Its Lucia.

    Tina: Hi! Howre you doing?

    Lucia: Fine thanks. And you and the baby?

    Tina: Oh, were fine.

    Lucia: I cant wait to see you.

    Tina: Me too. So when are you coming?

    Lucia: Next Friday, if thats OK.

    Tina: Friday the 24th?

    Lucia: Yes.

    Tina: Thats fine. How are you travelling?

    Lucia: Im coming by coach.

    Tina: And what time will you get here?

    Lucia: The coach arrives at about five fifteen.

    Tina: Good.

    Lucia: Oh, I nearly forgot. How do I get to yourhouse from thestation?

    Tina: Dont worry, Ill meet you.

    Lucia: Where shall we meet?

    Tina: In front of the Information Centre.

    Lucia: Good. Let me give you my mobile, just incase. Its 079 069244 01.

    Tina: Good. See you then.

    Lucia: Yes, sure.

    Page 9 Asking where things are

    Activity A1 The 240 service to Bolton is at stand number 2.

    The bus is scheduled to depart at 10:03.Passengers to Boltonshould go to stand 2.

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    2 The X25 service for Skipton calling at Clitheroeand Gisburn iswaiting at stand number 8. Stand 8for the 10:15 X25 departure toSkipton.

    3 The next bus to Blackburn is leaving from standnumber 5 at10:40. Thats the 26A service toBlackburn which is leaving fromStand 5.

    4 We regret to inform passengers waiting for the180 expressservice to Birmingham that the 10:50coach is running 15 minuteslate. The coach isexpected at 11 oclock and will now leavefromstand 1 at 11:05.

    Audio scripts

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    Page 10 Following directionsActivity A3Lucia: Hi Tina, Luciahere.

    Tina: Oh ( in surprise) Where are you?

    Lucia: Im at the bus station.

    Tina: But youre early. I thought it was 5:50.

    Lucia: No (laughing) I said 5:15.

    Tina: Oh, Ill come and meet you. But Im justbathing thebaby.

    Lucia: Dont worry I can find my way to yourhouse. Just give mesome directions.

    Tina: Sure. Have you got a pen and paper?

    Lucia: Yeah. So how do I get to your house fromhere?

    Tina: Well, first come out of the bus station intoKing Streetand turn left.

    Lucia: Turn left into King Street. OK.

    Tina: Go along King Street. Go over the bridge andpast a pubcalled the Red Lion to the trafficlights.

    Lucia: Go straight on past a pub to the traffic lights.OK. Wheredo I go then?

    Tina: Turn right at the traffic lights into StationRoad.

    Lucia: Right at the traffic lights, OK.

    Tina: Go along Station Road until you come toBroad Lane.

    Lucia: Then where?

    Tina: You turn right into Broad Lane and you walkalong for about200 yards.

    Lucia: 200 yards, OK.

    Tina: Then youll see a small road on the rightcalledRiverside.

    Lucia: So I turn right into Riverside?

    Tina: Yes, thats it. Turn right into Riverside andwalk to theend of the road. My house is onthe left.

    Lucia: Great. Ive got all that. How far is it from thebusstation?

    Tina: Its about half a mile. Itll take you aboutfifteenminutes.

    Lucia: Thats not too bad.

    Tina: Great. Well see you soon.

    Page 12 Making polite requests

    Activity A1a Meet me at the station.

    b Change a one-pound coin.

    c I want to see your ticket.

    d Take me to the train station

    e Tell me the way to the ticket office.

    f I want a return ticket.

    g I want to pay for the fare by cheque.

    h Stop the taxi by the bus stop.

    Activity A21 Could you meet me at the station, please?

    2 Can you change a one-pound coin, please?

    3 Can I see your ticket, please?

    4 Could you take me to the train station, please?

    5 Can you tell me the way to the ticket office,please?

    6 Can I have a return ticket, please?

    7 Can I pay for the fare by cheque, please?

    8 Could you stop the taxi by the bus stop, please?

    Page 13 Sounds and spelling

    Activity A1

    1 2 3

    a air air oh

    b oh eye air

    c a a a

    d oh air air

    e eye a eye

    f oh oh oh

    g a air eye

    h air eye eye

  • E2 ESOL Unit 3 Page 19

    Page 2 Choosing how to travelActivity A2

    Activity A31cHow much does the train cost? EHow far is it? EAndwhats your name, please? TWhen would you like to travel? THow can Ihelp you? TCan you tell me the best way to get there? ESo how longdoes that take? EHow would you like to travel? T

    Page 3 Finding information in timetablesActivity A1Clitheroe/Bolton or Bolton/Clitheroe2 Mondays to Saturdays3 20:25407:155 1 hour 20 minutes6 8 7 36

    Page 4 Booking a ticketActivity A1 Birmingham2 Friday3 1804Return5 366 Sunday Nov 4th7 One and a half hours.

    Page 5 Making travel arrangementsActivity A2Arrive 5:15Mobileno. 07906924401

    Page 7 Travel storiesActivity A3Possible answers

    He got off the train and left his things on the train. (9)

    He saw a guard. (6)

    He worked for some time. (2)

    The guard said the train wouldnt leave for 10 minutes. (7)

    The train didnt move. (4)

    He felt hungry. (5)

    He bought a sandwich. (10)

    The train left without him. (11)

    He got on the train at Birmingham. (1)

    The train arrived in Oxford. (3)

    He took his wallet. (8)

    Page 8 Who is where?Activity A(left to right) A Hassan. B Magda.C Miriam.D Mohsin. E Mohamet. F Muse

    Page 9 Asking where things areActivity A

    Pages 10 and 11 Following directionsActivity A1She made amistake with the time.

    Activity B1into; right; under; toward;when; left; through;out;left; left; at the beginning;on the right

    AnswersACost of journey Length of journey

    train 122 3 hours

    coach 58 5 hours 30 minutes

    plane 190 1 hour

    Service Destination Stand Time

    240 Bolton 2 10:03

    X25 Skipton 8 10:15

    26A Blackburn 5 10:40

    180 Birmingham 1 11:05

  • Page 20 Unit 3 E2 ESOL

    Page 11Activity C3a Where do I go then?b Then where?c How far isit from the bus station?

    Activity D1Bus station

    Page 12Activity A1 and A2See audioscript

    Page 13 Sounds and spellingActivity Aa twob threec oned twoetwof oneg threeh two

    Activity Bpaygreatplanetrainrail

    soboatcoachgoslow

    chairfarecarestairwhere

    likebikefindflytry

    Page 15 Check itActivity Aa next to b between c under d behindein front of f over g opposite

    Activity B1 shows2 Come3 until/till4 Turn5 over6 get/come7walk/go8 left9 straight

    10 opposite

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