Tim welcomes his cousin from Poland to England.
Directions: Look at the underlined expressions and try to guess what they mean.
Directions: 1) Read the conversation and choose the word that you think is best. 2) Listen and check your answers.
Directions: Look at what Michal says and decide if each sentence is correct. If it is not correct, how can you fix it?
What does Michel look like?
Well, he’s tall and well-built. He’s got brown eyes and a shaved head.
Is he handsome?
Of course he is. He’s my cousin.
And what’s he like? Is he like you too?
No. He’s quite shy really.
Look! Is that him?
Yeah! Michel! Michel!
He is crying. I wonder what’s wrong.
Alice, this is my cousin, our new flatmate. He’s really missing his friends.
Oh, Michel. Let me take your mind off that. So where are you from?
From near Warsaw, the Polish capital.
Oh, what do you do?
I’m a guide tourist.
So interesting! Why are you visiting London?
To improve my English.
Why not come out with us now? Then we can cheer you up and you can practice your English at the same time.