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Match the activities to places (A−C). How many have you tried? Discuss.

• fly in a pirate ship
• ride on the big wheel
• see trapeze artists
• go on a water ride
• shake hands with cartoon characters
• see famous landmarks
• meet a ghost
• explore a haunted mansion
• ride on a rollercoaster
• go on a rocket journey
• eat candy floss
• go souvenir shopping
• see clowns performing tricks
A: Have you ever flown in a pirate ship?
B: Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.

Listen to the music. What images come to mind? Where are you? Who with? What are you doing? What can you see, hear, taste, smell? Tell your partner.

Look at the texts. What kind of texts are they? Where can you find them? What do you think they are about? Listen, read and check.
Disneyland Tokyo
Go on the Jungle Cruise, explore tiny worlds, go on a water ride at Splash Mountain and eat a home−cooked meal at Grandma Sara’s Kitchen.
Before you return to the real world, make sure:
• you have shaken hands with your favourite cartoon characters,
• you have explored the Haunted Mansion and you’ve come across some ghosts,
• you have flown with Peter Pan in a pirate ship through the night skies,
• you have ridden the Toontown rollercoaster,
• you have gone on a rocket journey in a StarJet.
A World of wonders!
Have you ever wished you could travel around the world in minutes?
Have you ever dreamt of seeing the world’s most famous landmarks all in one place?
Then visit Tobu World Square in Japan, the most unusual theme park you’ve ever seen. See more than 100 tiny models of the world’s most famous buildings, bridges and monuments.
Take a stroll around the Taj Mahal, the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China and London Bridge. When you get tired of sightseeing, enjoy a meal in a restaurant or go souvenir shopping at World Shoppers “Mercado II”.
Book now! You’ve never seen anything like it!

a) Read the texts. Where can you … :
1.see famous landmarks?
2. have lunch?
3. have a scary experience?
4. see small buildings?
5. see funny characters?
b) Explain the words in bold. Which do you think is the most exciting place?

a) Read and complete the rule.

We use the Present Perfect to talk about our experiences, and to talk about actions that took place in the past and which have a result or evidence in the present.
He has travelled around Africa. (He knows Africa.)
They have come home. (They are at home now.)
We form the Present Perfect with the auxiliary verb _ + the past participle of the main verb.

b) Find examples of the Present Perfect in the text. Which past participles are regular verbs and which are irregular verbs? Check with the list of irregular verbs.

Use the words to ask and answer questions about your personal experiences.
1. you/ever/be/abroad?
A: Have you ever been abroad?
B: Yes, I have. / Yes, I’ve been to Poland.
No, I haven’t. / No, I have never been abroad.
2. your parents/ever/go/on a rollercoaster ride?
3. your family/ever/travel/by boat?
4. your best friend/ever/fly/in a helicopter?
5. you/ever/see/a ghost?

Play in teams. Make a statement about a past experience of yours. The other team asks you questions to find out more. Use the list of irregular verbs.
A: I’ve been to Disneyland.
B: Have you been on a rollercoaster? Etc.

Portfolio: Imagine you are in one of the two theme parks (p. 56). Call your friend on your mobile to tell him what you have (not) done so far and how you feel. Record yourselves.

Complete the sentences with real or true. Listen and check.
1. Your room is a _ mess. Please, tidy it up.
2. Is this a _ story or have you made it up?
3. I’m afraid this diamond isn’t _ .
4. I hope one day you will find _ love.

Study the spidergram. Complete the sentences with the correct phrasal verb in the correct form. Make sentences of your own.
round (visit)
back (return)
out (be published)
across (find)
1. He _ this chessboard in an antiques shop yesterday.
2. They _ to their hometown because they missed it.
3. His new book _ soon.
4. Mary is going _ to see my new stereo.

Portfolio: Work in groups. Write an advert for a theme park that you have visited or heard about. Include its name, location, and what you can do and see there. Use the texts in Ex. 3 as a model (40−50 words).

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