A ne- gallery -ill be opened ne;t year by the etropolitan useum of Art. Did food use to have labels? Top Notch prepares students to communicate in English with a diverse array of speakers around the world who have a wide range of native and non-native accents. The headlights blinked and the engine coughed. Salty: vegemite, fish sauce, soy sauce Top Notch 2, Second Edition Copyright © 2011 by Pearson Education, Inc. They -ould tal2 more if they -re e;tro! I have no idea 5. You should eat 6—11 servings of bread and grain.
Describe a car accident Describe damage Express concern and sympathy Describe car problems Car parts Types of cars. Exercise C Answers will vary. Exercise C Ans-er -ill - ill! An emphasis on cultural fluency enables students to navigate the social, travel, and business situations that they will encounter in their lives. You should eat fruit for vitamins and fiber. Spicy: hot peppers, garlic, kimchee 2. I was racing down the mountain, and the brakes failed me. Exercise C Exercise F 1.
Sour: lemon, pickles, kiwis 5. Can I bring the car back? She decided to write the book after she gained weight on a visit to the U. B 1 6f tou lo-er its temperature belo- degrees, -ater freeses. The six-level Top Notch program makes English unforgettable through multiple exposures to language, numerous opportunities to practice it, and systematic and intensive recycling. Judy used to eat meat. Was the road still wet? I have to admit Exercise 17 Answers will vary.
The most important thing 6 do is coo2ing dinner for my children. Did you use to drive a van? Permission granted to reproduce for classroom use. Unit Lesson 1 Exercise A 1 6 lo! An emphasis on cultural fluency enables students to navigate the social, travel, and business situations that they will encounter in their lives. I love ice cream 3. Did you use to live closer to work? Exercise 4 Answers will vary but may include some of the following: 2. Hard: peanuts, cheese, chocolate 6.
Exercise 10 American eating habits: Struggle with their weight; eat quickly; buy canned and frozen food French eating habits: Stop eating when they feel full; walk to small shops and markets Exercise 11 1. The French have started to eat fast food. Chewy: mochi, steak, cho dofu 7. The healthiest foods are at the bottom of the pyramid. Did breakfast use to be free at the Windfield Inn? Top Notch prepares students to communicate in English with a diverse array of speakers around the world who have a wide range of native and non-native accents. Goals- and achievement-based lessons with can-do statements enable students to confirm their progress.
Crunchy: carrots, potato chips, chapulines 3. Though Exercise B Answers will vary. Dairy products are not a good source of fiber. Exercise E A 1 6 e;ercise outside if the -eather is good. .
The side-view mirror had a terrible crack. Did cars use to use more gas? Any valid answer in this type of exercise should be considered acceptable. Did people use to read the news on line? Scott used to make dinner every night. Sweet: candy, strawberries, corn, grapes 4. Exercise 7 Answers will vary. I must have turned the steering wheel a little too far when I drove into the bumper of that luxury car. Well, there might have been a danger sign, but I forget.
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