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Английский язык. 10 класс. Базовый уровень

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Учебник является девятым в серии «Forward», обеспечивающей преемственность изучения английского языка со 2 по 11 класс общеобразовательных организаций. Учебник рассчитан на обязательное изучение предмета «Иностранный язык» в 10 классе школ, работающих по базисному учебному плану. В комплекте с учебником предлагаются пособие для учителя, рабочая тетрадь с аудиоприложением, практикум по подготовке к устной части ЕГЭ по английскому языку. Соответствует Федеральному государственному образовательному стандарту среднего (полного) общего образования (2012 г.). Аудиоприложение: https://prosv.ru/audio-forward10-1/
Английский язык. 10 класс. Базовый уровень : учебник / М. В. Вербицкая, С. Маккинли, Б. Хастингс [и др.] ; под ред. М. В. Вербицкой. - 9-е изд., стер. - Москва : Просвещение : Pearson Education Limited, 2023. - 144 с. - (Forward). - ISBN 978-5-09-110499-8. - Текст : электронный. - URL: https://znanium.ru/catalog/product/2126378 (дата обращения: 12.04.2024). – Режим доступа: по подписке.
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БАЗОВЫЙ УРОВЕНЬ
Учебник


Под редакцией доктора филологических наук, профессора М. В. Вербицкой
Допущено Министерством просвещения Российской Федерации
9-е издание, стереотипное
Москва « Просвещение » Pearson Education Limited 2023

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Unit       Page Reading                 Listening              Speaking                                     
1 Success!   6-7  Article: comedian’s success                                                              
                  story                                                                                    
             8-9  A plot summary; An extract                                                               
                  from a novel                                                                             
            10-11                                  Excerpts from a story;        Talking about a successful
                                                   A popstar giving an interview person                    
            12-13                                  An expert talking about how   Speak Out: Giving advice  
                                                   to be a social success                                  
 2 Taking   14-15 Brochure: extraordinary hotels                                                           
  a break   16-17 Website: extreme sports                                        Talking about extreme     
                                                                                 sports                    
            18-19                                  Two girls arrive in UK        Checking in for a flight  
            20-21 A school project about                                         Speak Out: Interpreting   
                  Edinburgh                                                      statistics                
3 To err    22-23 Three accident reports           Human errors                                            
is human    24-25 Article: life after school                                     Giving a presentation     
            26-27                                  An interview with a careers   Roleplay: a career        
                                                   guidance officer              guidance interview        
            28-29                                  A speaking exam: discussing   Speak Out: Discussing     
                                                   visual material               visual material           
30-31 Think Back Revision 1 | Units 1-3                                                                     
4 Mysteries 32-33                                  A TV programme trailer: The                             
                                                   Piano Man                                               
            34-35 Short story: The open window                                                             
            36-37                                  Radio programme: a famous     Speculating, giving       
                                                   pilot                         evidence                  
            38-39 A story about two rivals                                                                 
5 The body  40-41 Article: Beauty through the ages                               Talking about appearance  
beautiful   42-43 Examples of different text types                               Giving a presentation     
            44-45                                  A radio discussion                                      
                                                   programme                                               
            46-47 A speaking exam: describing                                    Speak Out: Describing     
                  a person                                                       appearance                

48-49 Think Back Revision 2 | Units 4-5

  6 It’s     50-51                               A tourist visiting UK       Roleplay: a visit to London
  showtime!  52-53 Article: New Orleans                                      Discussing visual material 
             54-55                               People talking about modern Talking about modern art   
                                                 art                         Speak Out: Participating   
                                                                             in conversations           
             56-57 Film review: The curse of the                             Talking about films        
                   Were-Rabbit                                                                          
    7 Game   58-59 Computer games reviews                                                               
     over    60-61 Article: Why we play games                                Discussing sports and      
                                                                             games                      
             62-63                               A radio programme about     Giving a presentation      
                                                 a football match            about a game or pastime    
             64-65                               Dialogues: making and       Talking about sports and   
                                                 responding to offers        fitness                    
                                                                             Speak Out: Making and      
                                                                             responding to offers       
  8 The hard 66-67                               Radio adverts about food                               
  sell                                           products                                               
             68-69 Three letters to the editor                               Discussing advertising     
             70-71                               Buy Nothing Day             Presenting a topic         
                                                                             Speak Out: Making and      
                                                                             responding to complaints   
             72-73 Two letters of complaint                                  Roleplay:                  
                                                                             negotiating compensation   
2 74-75 Think Back Revision 3 | Units            6-8                                                     

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Grammar

Vocabulary

Writing

 Third Conditional                                                                                    
                                                                                                      
 I wish, if only                                                        Writing about being successful
                                   School, work; Success and failure    An application form           
 The Passive                                                                                          
                                   Types of sports                                                    
                                   Travelling by plane; At the airport;                               
                                   Collocations                                                       
                                   Statistics; Describing places        A description of a place      
 Reported speech: statements, time Reporting verbs                                                    
 expressions                                                                                          
                                   Work; Education                                                    
 Reported speech: questions                                             A report of a careers guidance
 and imperatives                                                        interview                     
                                                                                                      
 Modals and modals + perfect                                                             
 infinitives for speculation                                                             
                             Verbs for descriptive storytelling                          
                             Adjectives describing places and   A description of a place 
                             atmosphere                                                  
                                                                Writing a story          
 Articles                                                                                
                             Adjectives describing appearance                            
 have something done         Hair styles                                                 
                             Adjectives describing appearance   A description of a person
 Indirect questions                       Types of cultural entertainment                              
                                          Art, theatre and music                                       
                                                                                                       
                                          Base and strong adjectives;            A film review         
                                          Describing films and TV programmes;                          
                                          Film reviews                                                 
 Quantifiers: both, neither, either, all,                                        A computer game review
 none, most                                                                                            
                                          Sports and venues; Linking words       An opinion essay      
 Possessive s                             Football; Games and puzzles                                  
                                          Sports; Collocations and phrasal verbs                       
 Verb patterns                            Describing food                                              
                                          Advertising                                                  
                                          Shopping                                                     
                                          Collocations; Shopping                 A letter of complaint 

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Unit       Page Reading                 Listening                Speaking                              
9 A fresh 76-77   Extreme makeover           Conversations about Colin      Discussion: makeover      
  start   78-79   Ads and profiles: Life     Ginny and Hugo talk about      Discussion: life changing 
                  changing days              themselves                     days                      
          80-81   The great emigration quiz  Three people talk about their  Discussion: emigration    
                                             family history                                           
          82-83                              Phone conversations            Speak Out: Formal phone   
                                                                            call; Roleplay            
          84-85   Curriculum Vitae                                                                    
10 What   86-88                              Sam and Liz talk about the     Discussion: predictions   
do you                                       future                         and the future            
mean?     88-89                              Conversations: how English is  Discussion: your language 
                                             changing                                                 
          90-93   Article: nonverbal                                        Discussion: nonverbal     
                  communication                                             communication; Quotes     
          94-95   Formal letter              Conversations                  Speak Out: Clarification  
96-97   Think Back Revision 4 | Units 9-10                                                             
98-99   Think Back Revision 5 | Units 1-10                                                             
100-101 Dialogue of Cultures 1                                                                         
102-103 Dialogue of Cultures 2                                                                         
104-105 Dialogue of Cultures 3                                                                         
106-107 Dialogue of Cultures 4                                                                         
108-109 EXAM FOCUS   ЕГЭ Раздел 1. Аудирование                                                         
     110-113         ЕГЭ Раздел 2. Чтение                                                              
     114-115         ЕГЭ Раздел 3. Грамматика и лексика                                                
       116           ЕГЭ Раздел 4. Письмо                                                              
     117-118         ЕГЭ Раздел 5. Устная часть                                                        

Student activities p. 119-121

Check it out p. 122-123

English-Russian vocabulary p. 124-140

Irregular verbs p. 141

Pronunciation table p. 142

Texts recorded on Class CD:
® tooi Main tracks
0 r tooi Tracks from ‘Think Back Revision’
© dc tooi Tracks from ‘Dialogue of Cultures’
© ef tooi Track from ‘Exam Focus’

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Grammar

Vocabulary

Writing

 Present and past tense forms           Adjectives: appearance, clothes,                       
                                        personality                                            
                                        Personality types                                      
 Articles: a, the, zero article 0                                                              
                                        Expressions and phrasal verbs: start                   
                                        Collocations: job ads and CVs          Curriculum Vitae
 Future forms with Future Perfect and                                                          
 Future Continuous                                                                             
                                                                                               
 Comparative structures: The (more) ... Body language; Phrasal verbs; Prefixes                 
 the (more)                                                                                    
                                        Formal expressions in letters          Formal letter   

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Success!
Read, listen and talk about success and achievements, work and education.
Practise Third Conditional; I wish; if only.
Focus on giving advice; had better.
Write an application form.

GRAMMAR AND READING
1 Read the article and look at the life map. Which path did Hardeep take?

2 Read the article again and answer the questions.
   • Why did Hardeep feel lonely as a teenager?
   • Why did she become interested in art?
   • Why didn’t she go to her college interview?


Become an artist

Get bored

Arrive for college interview

Work in family firm

Catch the train to Bath

Leave school early

[ FIRST STEPS ]
Happy Accidents

Hardeep Sidhu is one of Britain’s top women comedians. She is appearing this week at the Buxton Comedy Festival.

When I was twelve, my parents moved out of London to a small village near Oxford. I was the only Asian girl in my school, and I suddenly felt a bit lonely. I became a typical ‘difficult’ teenager - I hated school, and I thought all the world was against me. But two important things happened. I realised that being funny was the best way to make friends. Perhaps if we’d stayed in London I would never have learned how to be funny! And then I had a brilliant art teacher, Mrs York, who encouraged me to go to Art College. I would probably have left school as early as possible if I hadn’t met her. However, on the day of my college interview in Bath, I woke up late. I left the house wearing two odd shoes and didn’t notice that my bottle of chocolate milk had spilled all over the paintings in my bag. Then when I finally got to the station, I got on the wrong train! Who knows ... if I had gone to Bath that day I might have become a professional artist. But I went to Swindon instead!
I told the woman next to me on the train about what had happened, and she sat and cried with laughter. It turned out she was the producer of a comedy programme on the radio. To cut a long story short, I got an invitation a week later to attend an audition for the show . and the rest, as they say, is history! I’m very lucky - my life has been full of happy accidents!

Go to university

Do well at school

Have lots of friends

Parents stay in London

Start a career in comedy

Start talking to stranger on train

Catch the wrong train

Decide to go to Art College in Bath

Be inspired by art teacher

Become a difficult teenager

Feel lonely

Parents move to Oxford

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Success!

Work it out

3 Look at the sentences and answer the questions.
   a I would have left school as early as possible if I hadn’t met her.
   b If I had gone to Bath that day, I might have become an artist.
   1  Do these sentences talk about the past, present or future?
   2  Did these things happen in Hardeep’s life?
   3  What tense is used after if ? What form is used in the other clause?
Check it out

  Third Conditional

*6 Complete the sentences with First, Second or Third Conditionals.

1  I learnt a lot at university. But I__(not
   graduate) if my parents______(not help) me
   financially.
2  Don’t panic! If we_____(leave) now, we________
   (still get) there on time.
3  I doubt I’ll get that job - and perhaps it’s a good thing, too. If I______(get) the job, I____
   (have to) move to London.
4  Our day out has been a complete disaster. If I______(know) it was going to be so horrible,
   I____(stay) at home.
5  I don’t know why you always listen to loud music when you’re revising. If you__________
   (concentrate), you_____(remember) more.
6  It’s your own fault that you failed. If you___
   (not play) computer games all night, you______
   (pass).

  We use the Third Conditional to talk about a situation that had a chance of happening in the past but didn’t happen.
  The condition The result
  if + Past Perfect, would/could/might/should have + + Participle II
  If I had gone to Bath that day, I might have become a professional artist. (but I took the wrong train)
  I would have left school early if I hadn’t met her. (but she encouraged me to go to college)


4 Look at the life map in Exercise 1 again and complete the sentences. Use the Third Conditional.
    1   If Hardeep’s family had stayed in London, she      (have) lots of friends.
    2  She probably_____(go) to university if she had
      stayed in London.
    3  She wouldn’t have become a difficult teenager if she______(not feel) lonely.
    4  If Hardeep hadn’t had an amazing teacher, she_______(become) interested in art.
    5  If she hadn’t become interested in art, she probably________(work) in the family business.
    6  She probably would have got bored if she______
      (work) for the family business.
    7  If she had caught the right train, she__
      (arrive) for her college interview.
    8  She wouldn’t have become a top comedian if she_______(not start) talking to the woman on
      the train.
5 Think Back! Match sentences 1-3 with contexts a-c. Identify the First, Second and Third Conditional.
    1 If I had time, I would learn more English.
    2  If I work hard, I will pass all my exams.
    3  If I had worked harder, I would have passed my exams.
    a A situation in the past that didn’t happen.
    b A situation that has a good chance of happening in the future.
    c A situation that is unlikely to change now or in the future.

7 Complete the texts with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.



   Picasso, Pablo
    The great artist, Pablo Picasso, believed that his success was thanks to his parents. ‘Would I have become an artist if my father ¹__(not be) an art instructor? ²_(I have)
    the same determination to succeed if I hadn’t had such a strong mother?’ he wrote. Indeed, Picasso’s mother always believed Pablo would be a success at anything. When he was young she once told him, ‘If you become a soldier, you’ ³__(be) a general; if
   you become a monk, you’ ⁴____(end up) as
    the Pope.’ Instead he became Pablo Picasso, perhaps the painter of the twentieth century!



   Einstein, Albert
    Albert Einstein was perhaps the best-known scientist of the twentieth century. As well as his scientific work he also took an active interest in political and social problems. For example, in 1939 he wrote a letter to President Roosevelt encouraging the US to start building an atomic bomb. Later, when he found out about Hiroshima and Nagasaki, he changed his mind. ‘If I ⁵_(know), I ⁶__
   (become) a shoemaker,’ he admitted.



8 Complete the sentences to make them true for you and write two sentences of your own. Then compare your sentences with your partner.
   1  If I had got up an hour earlier today, I_.
   2  If I had never met__,____.
   3  I would never have read__if____.


*Project idea

    Prepare a presentation and/or make a poster ‘Young people’s success stories.’


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READING AND LISTENING

1

2

Work in pairs and answer the questions.
•  What period in history do you think the picture on page 10 shows?
•  What kind of lifestyle do you think the people have?
0 Too1 Listen and read the plot summary below and check your predictions to Exercise 1. Why do you think people are so intrigued by Gatsby’s past?

I believe that on the first night I went to Gatsby’s house I was one of the few guests who had actually been invited. People were not invited - they just went there. Sometimes they came and went without meeting Gatsby at all.

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® T002 Now listen and read the extract from the novel. What does Nick think of Gatsby after meeting him?


4

Read the story again and answer the questions. Are the statements true or false?

1

2

3

4
5

6

People didn’t usually get invitations to Gatsby’s parties.
Nick arrived at the party just before the start.
One of the guests believes that Gatsby hasn’t always lived in the USA.
The books in the library are not real.
Nick starts enjoying the party more as it gets later.
Gatsby’s appearance was very different to what Nick had expected.













5

Work in pairs. Do you think the guests’ gossip about Gatsby is true? Why?/Why not?

      he story takes place in the USA of the 1920s. Nick Carraway, the narrator, is a young graduate who has moved to New York to work on Wall Street. He was in the army in World War One. He rents a small house in West Egg, an exclusive area of Long Island. He’s single but has a busy social life, and he spends a lot of time with Tom, an old college friend, and his beautiful wife Daisy, who live nearby. Everyone has a lot of money and spends most of their time going to parties.

    Nick has never met his neighbour, Jay Gatsby, a lonely millionaire. Gatsby is famous for his extravagant and very popular parties at his luxury home, but he is also the subject of much gossip about his past. One day, Nick receives an invitation to Gatsby’s next party ...

   When I arrived, the garden was already full of music and laughter. I tried to look for Gatsby, but nobody knew where he was. Finally I found a familiar face - Jordan Baker, a friend of Daisy’s. She was talking to a group of guests who I didn’t know.
  ‘Have you been to Gatsby’s parties before?’ Jordan asked the girl beside her.
  ‘The last one was the one I met you at,’ answered the girl, in a confident voice.
  ‘When I was here last, I tore my dress on a chair,’ said another girl, ‘and he took my name and address - and I got a package from Croirier’s with a new evening dress in it. It cost two hundred and sixty-five dollars!’
  ‘There’s something funny about a guy that’ll do a thing like that,’ said the other girl. ‘He doesn’t want any trouble with ANYbody.’
  ‘Who doesn’t?’ I asked.
  ‘Gatsby. Somebody told me
Everyone leaned forward to listen.
  ‘Somebody told me they thought he killed a man once.’
  ‘Well I heard he was a German spy during the war.’
One of the men nodded.
  ‘I heard that from a man who grew up with him in Germany,’ he said.
We all turned and looked around for Gatsby. But he wasn’t there.


After supper Jordan and I went to look for Gatsby inside the house. In the library a fat, middle-aged man, with enormous glasses, was sitting at a huge table, staring at the shelves of books. He was a little drunk.
  ‘What do you think?’ he asked us, excited. ‘About what?’
He waved his hand at the bookshelves.
  ‘About that. They’re real.’
  ‘The books?’
He nodded.
  ‘I thought they were just for show. But they have pages and everything.’

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Success!



            The Great Gatsby



by f. scott Fitzgerald

We went back into the garden. The moon was high in the sky. A famous opera singer sang in Italian, some actors played a funny scene and then a jazz band started playing. People were dancing now. Champagne was being served in huge glasses and the air was full of conversation and laughter. We sat at a table with a man of about my age and a little girl who giggled every time someone spoke. The man looked at me and smiled.
  ‘I know your face,’ he said, politely. ‘Weren’t you in the Third Division during the war?’
  ‘Why, yes. I was in the Ninth Battalion.’
  ‘I was in the Seventh Infantry. I knew I’d seen you somewhere before.’
We talked for a moment about some wet, grey little villages in France.
  ‘Having a nice time now?’ Jordan asked me.
  ‘Much better.’ I turned again to my new acquaintance. ‘This is an unusual party for me. I haven’t even seen the host. He sent over his chauffeur with an invitation - and I only live next door!’ For a moment he looked at me as if he didn’t understand.
  ‘I’m Gatsby,’ he said suddenly. ‘I thought you knew. I’m afraid I’m not a very good host.’ He smiled again. It was a smile that you might come across maybe four or five times in your


life - a smile that understood you as you wanted to be understood. It made me trust him immediately.


Gatsby left us to answer a phone call from Chicago.
I told Jordan that I had expected Gatsby to be different - older, fatter, red-faced.
  ‘Who is he? Do you know?’ I asked Jordan.
  ‘He’s just a man named Gatsby ... ,’ she answered coolly.
  ‘Where is he from, I mean? And what does he do?’ I asked her again.
  ‘Well, he told me once he was an Oxford man. I don’t believe it, though.’
There was something very mysterious about Gatsby’s story - how had someone so young appeared from nowhere and bought such a grand house in West Egg? I suddenly noticed Gatsby again - he was standing alone on the steps, smiling at the lively scene below him. Looking at his tidy hair and his smooth, tanned skin it was difficult to see anything suspicious about him. A band started playing and people started singing. Girls rested their heads on their partners’ shoulders. But no one rested their head on Gatsby’s shoulder.

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Check that you know these words before you listen to the next part of the story.
    Use a dictionary if you need to.

    aristocrat (n) courage (n) medal (n) bravery (n) inherit (v) wealthy (adj)


7 © T003 Listen and answer the questions.

   1 Which university does Gatsby say he went to?
   2 What is Gatsby’s explanation for his wealth?
   3 Which two characters realise they had known Gatsby years before?


8 © Too4 Listen to the end of the story. Put the events in the correct order. Then listen again and check.

   a works for a millionaire
   b returns to the US
   c works for criminal gangs
   d Gatsby is born into a poor family _1_
   e studies at Oxford
   f works on a farm
   g earns enough money to move to West Egg h joins the army and meets Daisy


9 Work in groups and answer the questions.

   •  What did Gatsby do as a child to help himself become a success?
   •  What did he learn when he was a teenager?
   •  What made him turn to crime in order to be successful?
   •  What do you think about the way Gatsby achieved his success?


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10   Work in pairs. Match the beginnings and endings of these quotations. Which one do you agree with the most and why?


   1 ‘A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and goes to bed at night,
   2 ‘I owe my success to having listened respectfully to the very best advice,
   3 ‘Success is the ability to go from one failure to another
   4 ‘Success is a journey,

   a with no loss of enthusiasm.’ (Winston Churchill)
   b and in between does what he wants to.’ (Bob Dylan)
   c not a destination.’ (Ben Sweetland)
   d and then going away and doing the exact opposite.’ (G.K. Chesterton)

11  Work in pairs. Say which of the ideas below are closest to your own definition of success and why.
   •  being famous
   •  being the best at something
   •  accepting failure
   •  doing better than anyone expected
   •  winning an award/title
   •  being a positive influence on others
   •  earning a lot of money
   •  being happy
   •  finding your perfect partner
   •  spending your life as you want to
   •  recovering from illness, difficulties or prejudice
   •  doing better than your parents

12 Work in pairs. Think of someone who you feel is a good example of a success. It can be either a celebrity, a famous character in history or someone you know personally. Tell the class about your choice.


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Success!

GRAMMAR AND LISTENING

Work it out

      3 Read the sentences and answer the questions.

I wish I didn’t have to play tonight.

If only I could have a quiet evening at home.

         1  I wish I didn’t have to play tonight.
         2   If only I could have a quiet evening at home.
         3   If only I hadn’t left the band!
         4   I wish I had never entered the music business.

If only I hadn’t left the band!



 IwishIhadneverenteredthemusicbusiness.


1 In pairs, look at the photo and answer the questions.

   •  Who do you think the person is? What’s the situation?
   •  Would you like to be famous? Why?/Why not?
   •  What are the disadvantages of being famous? Use these ideas to help you.

   autographs interviews bodyguards pressure fans privacy


2 ® T⁰05 in pairs, listen and decide why Colin is unhappy. Does he mention any of the disadvantages of fame you mentioned in Exercise 1?


Which sentence(s) talk about a regret ...
   •  about the present? What tense do we use?
   •  about the past? What tense do we use?

Check it out

  I wish/If only for regrets
  We use I wish/if only when we want something to be true but know it is impossible or unlikely.

  We use if only/1 wish + the Past Simple to talk about regrets about the present. It means, ‘It would be nice if ... .’
  I wish/If only I could have a quiet evening at home. (It would be nice if I could have a quiet evening. = It’s a pity I can’t have ... .)

  We use if only/1 wish + the Past Perfect to talk about regrets about the past. It means, ‘It would have been nice if ... .’
  I wish/If only I hadn’t left the band. (It would have been nice if I hadn’t left the band. = It’s a pity I left ... .)

4 Rewrite the sentences using the prompts so that the meaning stays the same.
   1  It would be nice if you didn’t have to leave so early.
      I wish____
   2   It would be nice if I could speak Spanish.
      I wish____
   3   It would be nice if you lived closer to us.
      If only___
   4   It’s a pity I gave up learning German.
      I wish____
   5   I’m sorry I was rude to you.
      I wish____
   6   It’s a pity that I lost his phone number.
      If only___
5 Make sentences with wish/if only for these situations.
   1  You aren’t very good at singing.
   2   You argued with your parents last night.
   3   You don’t have any friends abroad.
   4   Your ears are too big.
   5   You didn’t pay attention in the maths lesson.
   6   You don’t understand your maths homework.
6 Work in pairs. Think of a famous person and write down three regrets about the present/past which you think they might have.


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