UNIT 1 Something to Shout About
UNIT 2 Escape Artists
Self-Assessment Module 1
UNIT 3 People Power
UNIT 4 Growing Concerns
Self-Assessment Module 2
UNIT 5 Our Changing World
UNIT 6 A Job Well Done
Self-Assessment Module 3
UNIT 7 Fit for Life
UNIT 8 Live and Learn
Self-Assessment Module 4
UNIT 9 The Image Business
UNIT 10 Shop Around
Self-Assessment Module S
Key to Translation Exercises
Tapescripts for Student's Book
Key to Extended Coursebook
Tapescripts for Extended Coursebook
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Tapescript for Exercise 2b （p. 34）
1 Well, what I miss the most when I'm travelling is goodfood. I mean, the cook on board is very good andeverything, but he is kind of limited to seven or eightmenus, and sometimes we can be at sea for months……SoI do tend to splash out on a good three or four-coursemeal with my wife when I'm home —— you know, once aweek or so, probably at some nice place downtown. It's asoothing thing to do……especially if the chockie mousse isgood （laughs）.
2 I like the movies, I like watching a good film ... I spend allday in front of a computer, you see, doing very down-to-earth but very complicated work, especially nowwith myfinals coming up. I like to escape, become immersed in astory which makes me forget about uni for a couple ofhours. I've tried it with videos at home, but it's just notthe same thing, because the lap-top is there, waiting to beused. So I usually go and catch a nice romantic comedy, oran adventure film or something……
3 My favourite is Mozart, of course, but I like Chopin as well……Depending on my mood, I might listen to somethingmore jazzy, like Duke Ellington. He does things with thepiano that even some of the classics would be envious of.But yeah, listening to a good piano recording is how I relax……It makes such a difference when you've spent the day inthe chaos of the kitchen. The ironic thing is that they playit for the customers, but I can't hear it over the clatter ofthe saucepans……
4 I like to wander round the supermarket, pick up somebasic ingredients, go home and experiment. I love the lookon ,people's faces when something they eat tastes good.But preparing the food itself is like yoga to me-it helpsme put everything in perspective, and it helps me becomeoptimistic about the future, and realise that the assemblyline and screwing caps on bottles isnot for ever-justanother couple of years or so, until I can start my ownlittle eating place……