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a. Do you remember the dialogue in the Speaking section? In the dialogue below a girl is inviting
a boy to go out with her. Choose from the phrases in italics to complete their dialogue.

Jean: Ben, are you free tomorrow? How about coming with me to the latest exhibition at the

Wheeler Gallery / “The Phantom of the Opera” at the Rose Theater / the concert at the City

Concert Hall?

Ben: Sorry, I can’t, Jean. I have an exam. / I have an appointment with the dentist. / I promised

to help a friend move to a new apartment.

Jean: Perhaps we could make it next week / tomorrow / this weekend instead.

Ben: I’d like to, but I’m very busy at the moment.

b. Role-play the dialogue with a partner according to your choices.

c. Underline the phrases in the dialogue from a. that you can use for inviting or refusing an
invitation. Mark which of the following phrases can be used for inviting or refusing an
invitation.

Inviting Refusing

1. How about going to an art exhibition?

2. Perhaps we could make it another time.

3. Can you come to the ballet tomorrow?

4. Sorry. I can’t.

5. Are you free for a movie?

6. I’m afraid it’s not possible.

7. Would you like to see a play?

8. Oh, dear. I won’t be able to.

d. Imagine your friend wants to invite you out, but you have to refuse the invitation. Use the
phrases from a. and b. o write a dialogue between you and your friend.

e. Role-play your dialogue in front of the class.

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a. Read these sentences from the Arts Page of a newspaper. Match each sentence to the
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UNIT 8

EMERGENCY

Emergency

John, where are you? It's Mary. I've been trying to call you all evening. Listen, John. There's been

an accident. We were crossing that bridge on Route 6 when this big truck came speeding towards

us. It crossed over onto the wrong side of the road, and there was nowhere for us to go. It was

awful!

I've never been so scared in my life. An ambulance was called and we were rushed to the

emergency room at Parker General Hospital. I'm OK, but Mike's being kept in the hospital. Nothing

serious; he's just hurt his leg. We've been waiting to find out whether it's broken. Please call me as

soon as you get in. Bye.

Marge Has a Baby

“Alex, you've been waiting in the house with me for three days already. I can take care of myself.

If there's an emergency, I'll call you at work.” Marge tried to calm her husband, who was very

worried about leaving her alone when she was so close to having their baby. “I'd rather go

somewhere nice today, perhaps for a walk in the park. It hasn't been that cold outside. Don't

worry,” she said, as she was putting on her coat. “Isn't that dangerous, Marge?” asked Alex, still

worried. But his wife was already going out the door. “Why don't I take you for a nice drive through

the park? I know a very pretty route,” Alex said.

Marge agreed, and they set out. However, on the way to the park, Marge felt a pain in her stomach.

“You've been very quiet these past few minutes, dear. Is everything all right?” Marge looked at Alex,

her face white. “Quick! We must get to the hospital. The baby is coming. Forget about asking for

directions. I know the way. No! Take the road on the left. You didn't signal left!” she shouted at

him. “I hope we get there in time,” Alex said. “We must rush.” “You've just gone over the speed

limit!” shouted Marge.

“And you're having a baby!” Alex shouted back. Suddenly, the car stopped.

Marge turned to Alex. “Why have you stopped?” she said. “Go on!”

“I can't. We don't have any more gas. I'll have to call an ambulance from the car phone. You know, I

knew a woman who had a baby in an ambulance.”

“Really?” laughed Marge, in between pains.

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Soon, an ambulance came speeding towards them. The driver helped Marge into the ambulance,

and they rushed to the hospital. But Marge couldn't wait.

The baby was born on the way.

I Have to Go

- Oh, no! It's three o'clock. I have to go.

- What? Why so early?

- I'm supposed to baby-sit for my brother at four o'clock.

- Can't you stay until at least four?

- No, really. I can't. I'm supposed to be home at 3:30.

- Well, OK. See you later.

Noun Clauses

- Do you know who that boy is?

- No, but he's really cute. I wonder if he has a date.

- I'm sure he's not alone.

Adverbial Clauses

- Do you want to go in and look at that sweater?

- No, I can't buy anything until I get paid.

- Why don't you use your charge card?

Review

- Do you know what time Karl is coming?

- Not exactly, but I know that he's going to be late. He's only coming after he finishes his

homework.

- Oh. Then he's going to be very late.

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