Chapter 4– At the pub.Some men stop the fight before Fabio is badly hurt. The boys decide they don’t like British football and, particularly, they don’t like British football hooligans. They both like music and spend two weekends in various Manchester nightclubs. Most of the English young people drink a
Chapter 3- Manchester Hooligans (Strutture: simple present, present continuous) The boys hitchhike to Manchester. They wait for two hours at a service station in the rain. Fabio is wearing a thin jacket. He is totally wet. He begins to get angry, very angry.“Why didn’t we get the train?” he asks Maurizio.
Chapter 2 : new friends (strutture: present simple, present continuous; can, like+ing form ) The four young people soon become friends. They work with each other; they go out in a group in the evenings; and they explore London together. Ingrid and Ute are saving (= stanno risparmiando) money to
Chapter 1 – Looking for a job (strutture: present simple, present continuous) Fabio and Maurizio are in London with only £40. They are standing in Victoria Station. They are wondering what to do. Fabio knows the name of one hotel, The Savoy so they telephone there. A room costs £340
The English Adventures of Fabio and Maurizio Index Introductionchapter 1: looking for a jobchapter 2: new friendschapter 3: Manchester hooliganschapetr 4: at the pubchapter 5: English legends chapter 6:to Glanstonsburychapter 7:St Iveschapter 8:at Tintagelchapter 9:Tintagelchapter 10. the journey to Glastonsbury chapter 11: ways to get into the festival freeChapter 12: