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MINISTERUL EDUCAIEI NAIONALE

Fiona Daniel Catherine Ana-Magdalena Mariana


Mauchline Morris Smith Iordchescu Stoenescu

Limba modern 2
Limba englez
Manual pentru clasa a V-a
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Limba modern 2. Limba englez. Manual pentru clasa a V-a


Fiona Mauchline, Daniel Morris, Catherine Smith, Ana-Magdalena Iordchescu, Mariana Stoenescu

Refereni tiinifici: prof. univ. dr. Bogdan tefnescu Departamentul de Englez, Facultatea de Limbi i literaturi strine,
Universitatea din Bucureti
prof. dr. gr. I Mihaela-Raluca Ionescu coala Gimnazial nr. 119 din Bucureti

Prelucrare dup:
All Clear, Students Book MacMillan Publishers Limited/ Fiona Mauchline i Daniel Morris, 2015
All Clear, Workbook MacMillan Publishers Limited/ Fiona Mauchline i Catherine Smith, 2015
Ediie publicat sub licen. Ediiile originale au fost publicate pentru prima dat n 2015
de MacMillan Publishers Limited

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ISBN 978-606-33-2023-1
I. Mauchline, Fiona
II. Morris, Daniel
III. Smith, Catherine
Editor: Vidracu i fiii IV. Iordchescu, Ana-Magdalena
Redactor: Gabriela Ni V. Stoenescu, Mariana
Corector: Carmen Btlan 811.111
Credite foto: Dreamstime, Shutterstock,
Jrgen Otto (peacock spider p. 25)
Copert: Vlad Panfilov
Tehnoredactare: Olimpia Bolozan, Banu Gheorghe
Programa colar pentru disciplina
LIMBA MODERN 2 clasa a V-a
School curriculum for
MODERN LANGUAGE 2, 5th grade
Competene generale General competences

1. Receptarea de mesaje orale simple 1. R ecognize simple oral messages


2. Exprimarea oral n situaii de comunicare uzual 2. O
 ral communication in routine exchanges
3. Receptarea de mesaje scrise simple 3. R ecognize simple, written messages
4. Redactarea de mesaje simple n situaii 4. Write simple messages in routine exchanges
de comunicare uzual

Competene specifice Specific competences

1.1. Oferirea unei reacii non-verbale adecvate, la salut/ 1.1. P rovide an appropriate non-verbal reaction to
o ntrebare/ instruciune simpl rostit clar i rar a clearly and slowly articulated greeting / question /
simple instruction
1.2. Recunoaterea unor repere spaiale (stnga, dreapta, 1.2. R ecognize spatial cues (left, right, here, there, on,
aici, acolo, pe, sub, n, n faa, n spatele) under, in, in front of, behind)
1.3. Identificarea unor aspecte culturale simple 1.3. I dentify some elementary cultural aspects
2.1. Reproducerea unor formule / unor mesaje simple 2.1. R eproduce language structures / simple
i scurte, respectnd pronunia i intonaia specifice short messages using specific pronunciation
and intonation
2.2. Participarea la dialoguri simple n contexte 2.2. P articipate in simple dialogues in areas of immediate
de necesitate imediat need
2.3. Prezentarea unui obiect / unei persoane / 2.3. Introduce and identify a person / character / object
unui personaj prin identificare
2.4. Manifestarea disponibilitii de a explora noi modele 2.4. M
 anifest willingness to explore new models
articulatorii/ de intonaie i accent of pronunciation, intonation and stress
3.1. Recunoaterea semnificaiei unor fraze uzuale tipice 3.1. R ecognize the meaning of common phrases typical
pentru viaa cotidian for everyday life
3.2. Identificarea semnificaiei globale a unui text simplu 3.2. I dentify the global meaning of a simple text
pe teme familiare on familiar topics
3.3. Descifrarea unor mesaje simple familiare primite 3.3. U
 nderstand simple, familiar, widely used messages
de la prieteni, colegi, profesor, n situaii uzuale from friends, schoolmates, teacher
3.4. Manifestarea curiozitii pentru decodarea 3.4. M
 anifest curiosity to decode simple written
unor mesaje scrise simple messages
4.1. Scrierea unei felicitri de ziua 4.1. Write a card for someones birthday or for a holiday
cuiva sau pentru o srbtoare
4.2. Redactarea unui mesaj simplu ctre un coleg / 4.2. Write a simple message to a classmate / friend
prieten
4.3. Participarea la proiecte de grup n care se elaboreaz, 4.3. P articipate in group projects to write short guided
cu sprijin, mesaje scurte messages

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Whats in this textbook? Lets take a tour!
Ce cuprinde acest manual? S facem o trecere n revist!
The printed version Varianta tiprit
This textbook takes children beyond learning a
Acest manual le ofer copiilor mai mult dect nvarea

foreign language. Students learn strategies that unei limbi strine. Elevii nva strategii care i vor
will make them effective and independent learners ajuta s devin eficieni i independeni n studiul
of English. The course offers flexible learning by limbii engleze. Manualul ofer flexibilitate n nvare,
providing language and content with a complete limbaj i coninut, precum i o gam complet de
range of components and use of up-to-date componente de nvare i utilizare a tehnologiei
technology. A Digibook is also included. moderne. Cursul este nsoit de manualul digital.

This Students Book includes: Manualul elevului include:


A starter unit of five pages. Modulul introductiv de cinci pagini.
Eight modules of nine pages followed by one page Opt module de nou pagini, urmate de cte
of Progress check. o pagin de evaluare.
A two-page Round up for revision and consolidation Cte dou pagini de recapitulare i consolidare
after modules 2, 4, 6, 8. dup modulele 2, 4, 6, 8.
A calendar of celebrations in the UK. U  n calendar al srbtorilor din Marea Britanie.
Four Writing guides of two pages each. Patru ghiduri de scriere de cte dou pagini.
Three collaborative projects of two pages each. Trei proiecte de grup de cte dou pagini.
Four pages of Final revisions at the end of the Patru pagini de recapitulri finale la sfritul manualului.
textbook. O pagin de glume, ghicitori, limerick-uri i exerciii
One page of jokes, riddles, limericks and tongue de dicie.
twisters. Opt pagini de trimiteri la studiul limbii care
Eight pages of language reference containing sistematizeaz noiunile de vocabular, gramatic
vocabulary, grammar and speaking. i comunicare.
A Digibook CD-ROM. Un CD-ROM cu manualul n format digital.

Vocabulary Reading Grammar

Reading Grammar

4a Places in town
Unit Word Check
Fact book twin cities also slavery teams Present simple
Negative
Affirmative Interrogative Short answers
Long form Short form
I eat I do not eat I dont eat Do I eat ? Yes, I do.
You eat You do not eat You dont eat Do you eat ? No, you dont.
Vocabulary He eats He does not eat He doesnt eat Does he eat ? Yes, he does.
She eats She does not eat She doesnt eat Does she eat ? No, she doesnt.
1 Listen and repeat the words. Match them with pictures 114.
It eats It does not eat It doesnt eat Does it eat ? Yes, it does.
chemists church cinema hotel library museum newsagents restaurant school shoe Some cities have a twin city in another country.
Rio de Janeiro and Liverpool are twin cities. We eat We do not eat We dont eat Do we eat ? No, we dont.
shop shopping centre sports centre supermarket underground station
They are very different, but they are also You eat You do not eat You dont eat Do you eat ? Yes, you do.
similar just like human twins! They eat They do not eat They dont eat Do they eat ? No, they dont.
2
1 3 4

LIVERPOOL is also near the sea and the River Mersey.


There arent any mountains near Liverpool, but there are 1 Write the correct word in your notebook. 4 Copy and complete the text with the
beaches. Music is very important and some famous music affirmative or negative form of the verbs
1 My sister eat / eats apples every day! in brackets. What is the text about?
groups come from here, like The Beatles. Liverpool also has a
carnival. Theres a famous hotel called The Adelphi and there
2 They contain / contains vitamin C.
Your body (1) (need) this. It (2) (not contain)
are some interesting museums like the Maritime Museum and 3 Your body need / needs vitamin C for
6
the Slavery Museum. There are two big football teams
fat or sugar. Doctors (3) (say) Drink eight
protection.
7
8 glasses every day. It (4) (not give) you energy,
5 Liverpool and Everton. Its the favourite sport here, too! 4 Some animals produce / produces
but it (5) (help) you to be healthy.
vitamin C.
RIO DE JANEIRO means January River, but there isnt
a river there! It is near the sea and there are some incredible
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beaches. Theres also a famous mountain called the Sugar
Loaf. Every year, theres a huge carnival with music, food,
2 Copy and complete the sentences with the
affirmative form of the verbs in brackets. Rules
In short answers, dont repeat the main verb:
dancing and street parties. People love football here and 1 I (eat) cereal for breakfast.
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Do you drink milk?
13 theres a big football stadium called the Maracan. Theres
2 She (drink) two litres of water every Yes, I do. Yes, I drink.
12 also a lot of tourism. For tourists, there are fantastic
museums, shopping centres and restaurants. day.
11 3 They (eat) healthy pizzas.
5 Copy and complete the questions with
1 Read and listen. Which city has a famous 4 He (go) home for lunch.
Do or Does. Then write short answers that
football stadium? 5 Oil in the skin (cause) acne. are true for you in your notebook.
you have breakfast every day?
Rules
14
2 Read the text again. Match 15 with ae. Write them
in your notebook. Do you have breakfast every day? Yes, I do.
Be careful with the -s in he / she / it forms: 1 you drink juice?
1 a mountain a) the Adelphi He doesnt drink water. 2 you and your friends eat pizza?
2 Listen to the six sounds. Match 2 a football team b) the Sugar Loaf Lets sing! He doesnt drinks water.
3 your best friend drink milk every day?
them with the places from exercise 1. 3 a river c) Everton Follow this link: https://www.youtube.
4 your friends eat fish?
1 underground station 4 a music group d) the Mersey com/watch?v=XRTJMOBimkM.
3 Copy and complete the sentences with the 5 your teacher eat chocolate in the
5 a hotel e) The Beatles Listen to The song of Brazil. negative form of the verbs in brackets.
3 Listen to Emma and Alex. Where does Alex go at the weekend? classroom?
a) In your notebook, copy the lyrics with
3 Write true or false in your notebook. verbs in the Present simple. 1 I (eat) vegetables.
Copy the sentences with the information. 6 In pairs ask and answer the
4 In pairs, ask questions about the places in your town. Use the words in the box. b) Bring the song to the class to sing and 2 She (drink) juice.
perform. questions from exercise 5.
1 Theres a river in Rio. 3 Water (contain) fat.
at the weekend after school with your friends with your parents
4 My uncle (eat) Mexican food.
Facts
2 Rio is popular with tourists. Read this fast!
Where do you go at the weekend? 3 There are beaches near Liverpool. 5 My brother and sister (eat) fruit. If a dog chews shoes, whose shoes does it
I go to the cinema. 4 Theres a carnival in Liverpool. The Sugar Loaf mountain is 396 metres choose?
high.
5 There are only two museums in Liverpool. Find more tongue twisters at page 120.

46 Module 4 47 38

The Vocabulary is introduced through representative Vocabularul este prezentat prin intermediul unor imagini
pictures and recorded so that students can practice the reprezentative i al unor nregistrri astfel nct elevii s
pronunciation. poat exersa pronunia.

The Reading texts are informative and interesting Textele de Exersarea citirii, bogate n informaii i interesante,
and show the language in context. They promote ilustreaz limba n context. Ele promoveaz abilitile
communication skills and enjoyment of reading. de comunicare i bucuria lecturii.

The Grammar is presented with clear grammar tables. Gramatica este prezentat n tabele clare. Exerciii cu grade
Graded exercises help students practise the form and diferite de dificultate i ajut pe elevi s exerseze noiunile
meaning of the grammar. de gramatic predate.

4
Speaking Writing Culture

Sp
Speaking
peaking
g Writing
Making arrangements / Going out An essay Culture Reading
Model Dialogue
Model dialogue
dialoguee 1 Read the Model Text and listen. What
is Jades favourite school subject?
Olivia Home About News Subjects Search this site
Alice
Hi, Alice! Are you free today? Model Text About > UK Secondary schools
Yes, I am. Why?
My names Jade. Im 13 years old and I live in U K S E C O N D A RY

SCHOOLS
Do you want to come to a football
match? New York. I go to high school. Im good at
OK. When does it start? music and I can play the drums. I often
In the UK, the school year starts in September
The match starts at three oclock. practise at school because there are good d and finishes in July. Students have a six-week
Lets meet at two oclock then. music rooms. holiday in the summer and two weeks at both
Good idea. See you then. Christmas and Easter. They also have a one-
Great! On a school day, I always get up at half pastst week holiday in October, February and May.
six because I start school at eight oclock. A typical day starts at quarter to nine and finishes
at quarter past three. Students always have
I have a shower, get dressed and have
1 Read the dialogue. What time does the 3 Write the sentences in the correct order in registration first and sometimes they have assembly
match start? your notebook. breakfast. before classes. Lunch is usually at half past twelve.
After school, students can go to after-school clubs.
a) Yes, I am. Why? I sometimes play the drums for a few At most schools, students wear a uniform and they
2 In pairs, make up similar dialogues. minutes before school!
b) Do you want to come to a tennis match? never call their teachers by their first name. They
always call them Mr, Mrs or Miss and their surname,
c) Lets meet at two oclock then. 6 My favourite school subject is ICT because
e for example Mr Smith.
d) OK. When does it start? I love computers and technology.
e) Hi, Alice! Are you free today? 1
f) The match starts at three oclock. 1 Read and listen. Write true or false in your notebook.
Writing Task Copy the sentences with the information.
2 Look at the Tips. Find examples of
Speaking Task 1 Plan 1 UK students usually have 13 weeks of holiday every year.
because in the Model Text.
1 Talk about going
i out Make notes about yourself and include: 2 A typical school day lasts five hours.
Read the information and choose a match. Day 9 ENTRANCE

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RUGBY MATCH Semi Finals
Friday, 20th June
We use because to give a reason: Abilities I can / Im good at
ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA
11 am I often practise at school because there 2 What are the differences between your school and
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2 Prepare a dialogue 3 Match 13 with ac. Then rewrite 2 Write Pronunciation


Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue. them in your notebook using Use the Model Text, your notes and this structure:
because.
Paragraph 1 Name, age, town, school and abilities
can / cant
3 Speak My favourite subject is PE because Paragraph 2 School day routine
a Listen and repeat. Can you hear the difference?
In pairs, practise your dialogue. I love sport. Paragraph 3 Favourite subject
1 I always get up at seven oclock. 1 Students can go to after-school clubs.
Hi! Are you free today? 3 Check
Yes, I am. Why? 2 I play the piano every day. 2 Students cant go to after-school clubs.
3 Im good at French. can
b Listen and write the correct words in your notebook.
present simple with adverbs of frequency
a) I start school at half past eight.
vocabulary for daily routines and school subjects 1 They can / cant speak French.
b) My dad is French.
because 2 My sister can / cant play the piano.
c) I want to be a musician.
3 He can / cant play football.
Go to the Writing guide 3 on page 106 4 I can / cant paint.
to practise your writing skills.

Module 6 73 64 Module 5 65

The Speaking section introduces the foreign language in Pagina dedicat Exprimrii orale introduce limba modern
routine exchanges. n situaii de comunicare uzual.

The Writing page provides a model for different Paginile de Redactare ofer un model pentru diferite tipuri
text types. de texte.

The Culture section highlights different aspects of life Textele din seciunea Cultur evideniaz diverse aspecte
in a variety of English speaking countries. ale vieii din ri n care se vorbete limba englez.

Progress check Final revisions

Module 6 Progress Check l revision 1


Finaary Finaarl revision 1
Vocabul Gramm
1 Match the verbs with pictures 15. 5 Complete the questions with the
interrogative form of the verbs in brackets.
dive jump run score throw Write the questions in your notebook. Work with a partner to complete the sentences in your notebooks. Who finishes first? 1 Complete the sentences with the correct 5 Complete the sentences with the words
form of the verbs be or have got: and phrases in the box.
1 2 1 your classmates (speak) English?
2 students (play) hockey at school? 1 I cold. a an any in behind
START
3 your dad (train) at sports centre? There is a lot of sand on a b . 2 I a cold. some there is there isnt
4 your teacher (participate) in sporting 3 a little hungry. there are there arent
events? 4 He a lot of money.
3 4 5
5 you (watch) National Geographic 5 These students very smart.
channel? 6 Thomas two children.
You can buy magazines in a n .
7 Mary 24 years old.
6 Answer the questions in exercise 5 so that
8 The athletes tired.
they are true for you. Use short answers.

Kangaroos have got a long t . 2 Order the words to make questions.


7 Write questions so that the words in bold Then write answers that are true for you
2 Complete the sentences with the correct
are the answers. Use: what, where, when, in your notebook.
adjective. Write them in your notebook.
how, what time, who.
1 your name / is / What / ?
1 The rules of judo are . I dont understand
1 I play hockey every Sunday. Theyre a small, red 2 from / Where / you / are / ?
them. (difficult / amazing) fruit. S
2 Our family go to the mountains every 3 old / you / are / How / ?
2 Tennis is . I love playing it! (fun / boring)
winter. 4 you / got / any brothers or sisters / Have / ? 1 some 6 There is cinema.
3 I can hit the ball! Its . (easy / difficult)
3 My brother does judo on Mondays and 5 your / Who / is / friend / best / ? dolphins. 7 a shop.
4 Snowboarding is a / an sport. There are This is my mum and dad.
Thursdays. 6 you / to music / like listening / Do / ? 2 There is 8 any waves.
lots of accidents. (easy / dangerous) They are my p .
4 My parents play golf at the weekend. island. 9 The dolphins are
5 Its when your team wins a football 3 Complete the text with the correct form
5 I do my homework at 7 p.m. Washington DC is the 3 a mountain. the water.
match. (amazing / boring) capital of the U . of the verbs in brackets.
6 She goes to school by bus. 4 There are 10 The cinema is
6 Playing golf is . (difficult / exciting).
Peter Moore (1) (come) from Northern trees. the gift shop.
I really love it!

Self-Check
Ireland. He (2) (not go) to a normal school, 5 There isnt
3 Complete the sentences with the present he (3) (go) to a music school. Peter (4) snow.
simple form of play, go or do. Write them in (play) the trombone. His parents (5) (play)
your notebook. the French horn. They (6) (love) music. 6 Rewrite the sentences below in your
Exercise no. Score (points) notebook using the adverbs of frequency
1 Andy and Jess rugby at the weekend. Peter (7) (want) to be a professional in brackets.
1 5 2 = 10 We p football in the park.
2 I (not) judo in the morning. musician. In his free time, Peter (8) (like)
2 6 2 = 12 1 My uncle studies marine life. (usually)
3 My sister basketball on Fridays. Shes got big brown e . playing football.
3 5 2 = 10 2 He works in China. (sometimes)
4 My friends (not) surfing in winter. 4 5 3 = 15 4 Choose the correct. 3 Hes in other countries. (often)
5 You (not) golf in the evening. 5 5 2 = 10 Adam and Tom are bs.
1 My mums name is Lauren. She / Her is 4 My cousins travel with him. (never)
6 5 3 = 15
4 Make the sentences in exercise 3 negative. from Scotland. 5 They have a party on his return. (always)
7 6 3 = 18
Write them in your notebook.
Total 90 2 They have got three child / children.

FINISH
Granted points 10 3 Mouse / Mice have got four legs.
Final score 100 4 We love ride / riding our bikes.
5 I like play / playing football.
6 My brother often plays tennis with
he / his friends.
Hes got short f hair.

76 116 Final revision 1 117

Every module is followed by a Progress check to revise Dup fiecare modul exist o Evaluare a noiunilor
vocabulary and grammar. de vocabular i gramatic.

The four pages of Final revisions invite students to revise and Cele patru pagini de Recapitulri finale invit elevii s repete
consolidate the vocabulary and grammar from all the modules. i s consolideze noiunile de vocabular i gramatic predate.

The Digibook Varianta digital


The content of the digital version of the Students book Forma electronic a manualului colar are un coninut
(The Digibook) is similar to the one in the printed version similar celei tiprite i cuprinde, n plus, oserie de activiti
and it also includes a range of interactive multimedia multimedia de nvare (statice, animate, interactive).
learning activities (static, animated, interactive).

AMII static AMII animat AMII interactiv


AMII static AMII animat AMII interactiv

This icon helps you identify the pages containing Acest simbol te ajut s identifici paginile din manual
multimedia learning activities. cu activiti multimedia de nvare.

5
Module Vocabulary Grammar Reading

Welcome! page 8 The alphabet Cardinal numbers My school bag Colours

1 My world Countries and


nationalities

be: present simple
Subject pronouns and
Web forum:
Colourful characters
page 13
Family possessive adjectives
Question words

2 Describe it! Parts of the body


Appearance
Adjectives of physical
description
Popular science
magazine:
page 23
have got Really unusual
Singular and plural animals
nouns
Round Up 1 page 33 Vocabulary Grammar

3 Healthy Food
Free-time activities
Present simple
Expressing likes
Health poster:
Food myths
lifestyle and dislikes Are they true?
page 35 Subject and object
pronouns

4 Going places Places in town


Landscape features

there is / there are
Prepositions of place
Fact book:
Twin cities
page 45

a / an, some, any

Round Up 2 page 55 Vocabulary Grammar

5 At school Daily routines


School subjects

can expressing ability
Adverbs of frequency
Website article:
Schools of the air
page 57
Questions

6 Sport for Sport


Expressing opinion
Adjectives of opinion
Present simple with
Sports diary:
A day training with
everybody wh - questions Mo Farah
page 67 Prepositions
of movement
Round Up 3 page 77 Vocabulary Grammar

7 At home Rooms and


furniture
The definite and
indefinite articles
History file:
History on an English
page 79
Household objects 
There / It street

8 Special days Clothes


Weather and
The imperative Guidebook:
Multicultural
page 89
seasons celebrations

Round Up 4 page 99 Vocabulary Grammar

Celebrations page 101 Writing guide page 102

Having fun with English! page 120 Language reference page 121

6
Writing Listening Speaking Culture

Days and months Demonstrative pronouns Introductions Classroom language

A blog profile Looking at family photos Exchanging personal After-school clubs


information / Making friends

Describing people Sports stars Giving instructions / Australian wildlife


Looking after pets

Writing a blog: Healthy lifestyle quiz Ordering food / British food


My lifestyle At the caf

Describing places / Tropical Islands Making suggestions / Carnivals and festivals


A city guide A day out

Writing an essay Redroofs Buying a ticket UK Secondary Schools

Writing an e-mail Snowboarding Making arrangements / Traditional Irish sports


to a pen pal Going out

My dream room History of the toothbrush Asking for information / The White House
a description On a school trip

Writing a postcard St Johns Eve Inviting a friend to a party / Glastonbury Festival
Going to a party

Collaborative projects page 110 Final revision page 116

7
W Welcome!
Vocabulary
The alphabet
1 1.01
Listen and repeat the alphabet.

2  sk your partner to spell his or her


A
name.

How do you spell your name?


L-O-U-I-SE

Tip
Choose an English name to use
during your English class!

Cardinal numbers in English

1 one 11 eleven 21 twenty-one 31 thirty-one

2 two 12 twelve 22 twenty-two 40 forty


3 three 13 thirteen 23 twenty-three 50 fifty
4 four 14 fourteen 24 twenty-four 60 sixty
5 five 15 fifteen 25 twenty-five 70 seventy
6 six 16 sixteen 26 twenty-six 80 eighty
7 seven 17 seventeen 27 twenty-seven 90 ninety
8 eight 18 eighteen 28 twenty-eight 100 one hundred

9 nine 19 nineteen 29 twenty-nine 1,000 one thousand

10 ten 20 twenty 30 thirty 1,000,000 one million

8 Competences: 1.1; 1.2; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; 2.4.


3 Read the numbers and make dialogues as in the example:
Rebecca How old are you?
Jack Im 11. What about you?
Rebecca Im 10.
Jack Whats your phone number?
Rebecca 0040-743-856219
Jack Whats yours?

My school bag
1

4 Match the objects 110 with the words in the box. Write them in your notebook.
1 notebook
bookhighlighternotebookpenpencilpencil case
pencil sharpener
rubberrulerschool bag
5
3 4
2

6 10
8
7
9

5 Listen and repeat the words.

Colours
yellow black
orange
red

purple
green
blue
pink white

brown

6 Match the colours with the objects in exercise 4. Write sentences in your notebook.

blackbluebrowngreenorange
pinkpurpleredwhiteyellow

The book is red.

Welcome Module 9
Days and months
DAYS OF THE WEEK

MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY

7 Copy the days of the week in your notebook. Then write them in the correct order.

URSDAYLKDSATU EDNESDAY
TH HDW KO
TU RD YO JF
HS AY DA RI
G K DT S UN DA
MO
NDAYHW AY JHB Y
OTUESD

1 Monday

MONTHS OF THE YEAR

J A N U A RY APRIL JULY OCTOBER

Y R
FEBRUAR MAY AUGUST NOVEMBE

MARCH ER DECEMBE
R
JUNE SEPTEMB

8 Write the months in the correct order in 9 Answer the questions. Write the answers
your notebook. in your notebook.
1 January 1 What day is today?
March July 2 What days are your English classes?
September August 3 What is your favourite day?
May December 4 What month is your birthday?
February June 5 What month is New Years Day in?
October November
April January

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Grammar
Demonstrative pronouns

This is a book.

That is a desk. These are pens. Those are students.

1 L ook at the language tips. In pairs, point to objects


or people in the classroom.
Make sentences with this, that, these and those.
Tips
We use this / these to talk about / point to
This is my book. These are my pens. people, animals or objects which are
near us.
Thats Lucy. Those are my friends. We use that / those to talk about / point
to people, animals or objects which
are far from us.

Listening
Hi! My names Rebecca and Good morning,
this is Jack. Were friends. everyone!

Good morning,
Mr Taylor!

2  ead and listen. What are the


R 3 L isten to the teacher in another
students names? What is the school introducing a new student.
teachers name? What is Jacks full name?

Useful Language

Welcome
Module
Module
W 11
Speaking
Classroom language
Model Dialogue

Mia
Harry
What is this?
Its a ruler.

Can you repeat that, please?


Yes, of course. Its a ruler.

How do you spell that?


R-U-L-E-R.

What page are we on?


Were on page twelve.

Can I have a pen, please?


Here you are.

1 Listen to the dialogue.

2 Listen again and repeat the dialogue.

Speaking Task
1 Ask and answer questions
Choose two classroom objects and a page number.

2 Prepare a dialogue
Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue.

3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogues.
What is this? Its .

12
Module

1 My world

In this module you will learn:


Vocabulary Countries and nationalities
Family
Grammar be: present simple
Subject pronouns and possessive adjectives
Question words
Speaking Exchanging personal information
Making friends
Writing A blog profile

Find the page numbers for:

?
The map of the world
Comic characters
A ballet dancer

Competences: 1.1; 1.3; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; 3.2; 3.3. 13


Countries
Unit

1a and nationalities
Vocabulary
1 Match the countries on the map with the nationalities. Listen and repeat the words.
1 Canada Canadian
AmericanAustralianBritishCanadianChineseColombianEcuadorianFrenchIrish
JapaneseMexicanMoroccanPortugueseRomanianSpanish

9
1 6 10

11
7
2
13
8 14

12
3

15

2 Write the sentences below in your notebook choosing the correct words.
1 Tokyo is the capital of Japan / Japanese.
2 Batman is an America / American superhero.
3 Spain / Spanish is the official language of Mexico.
4 More than 1.3 billion people live in China / Chinese.
5 Bogota is the capital city of Colombia / Colombian.

3 Listen to Dan, Ben and Ruth. Where are they from?

4 In pairs, introduce yourself.

Hi! My names David. Im from Romania.

Hi! Im William. Im from Exeter. Its in the UK.

14
Reading Word Check
bravehuntermillionaire
Web forum

User name Password Log in


Home News Groups Forums Articles

COLOURFUL CHARACTERS
Interesting characters in films and books are very
entertaining. Who are your favourite characters?
Miku, Japan
This is Goku. He is the hero of Dragon Ball, a Japanese manga
comic. His real name is Son Goku. He is very brave and strong.
Goku is in all the Dragon Ball comics and films.

Harry, the UK
My favourite character is Katniss Everdeen from
the Hunger Games trilogy. Katniss is 16 and she
is from District 12. She is on an annual television
programme called The Hunger Games. She is a
good hunter, and she is very intelligent and brave.

Ryan, Australia
Batman is my favourite character. He is a
superhero in Gotham City. Batman is really a
millionaire called Bruce Wayne. Hes the star of
the film The Dark Knight.

Facts
The actress Jennifer Lawrence is Katniss
1 Read and listen. What is the text about?
Everdeen in the Hunger Games films. She is
1 Characters in comic book films. also Mystique in the X-Men films.
2 Interesting people in films.

2 Read the text again. Complete the sentences in your notebook.


1 The Dragon Ball comic is from . 3 Bruce Wayne is from .
2 Katniss Everdeen is from .

3 Copy the sentences in your notebook and write true or false for each one.
1 Goku isnt in the Dragon Ball films. 4 Katniss is an actor in films.
2 Dragon Ball is a manga comic. 5 Batman is a superhero.
3 Katniss is a superhero.

WATCH Work in groups. Choose a short video with your favourite cartoon character / actor to
be watched in class. Describe and introduce this character to your classmates.

Module 1 15
Grammar
be: present simple
Affirmative Negative Interrogative Short answers
I am / Im I am not / Im not Am I ? Yes, I am.
You are / Youre You are not / You arent Are you ? No, you arent.
He is / Hes He is not / He isnt Is he ? Yes, he is.
She is / Shes She is not / She isnt Is she ? No, she isnt.
It is / Its It is not / It isnt Is it ? Yes, it is.
We are / Were We are not / We arent Are we ? No, we arent.
You are / Youre You are not / You arent Are you ? Yes, you are.
They are / Theyre They are not / They arent Are they ? No, they arent.

1 Complete the sentences with the


affirmative form of be.
1 Hi! My name Superman.
2 My real name Clark Kent.
3 I from the planet Krypton.
4 My mum and dad Marta and
Jonathan.
5 We in the film Man of Steel.
6 S the symbol for hope in Krypton.
7 General Zod his enemy in the film.

2 Rewrite the sentences with the


negative form of be.
Im Green Lantern.
Im not Green Lantern.
1 My real name is Superman. 4 Order the words to make questions in
2 Im from the USA. your notebook.
3 My mum and dad are Mary and James. you / 11 years old / Are / ?
4 My best friend is General Zod. Are you 11 years old?
5 General Zod is from China. 1 your favourite class / English / Is / ?
2 you / Chinese / Are / ?
3 Complete the questions with the
interrogative form of be. 3 your favourite superhero / Is /
Wolverine /?
your name Jack?
4 12 years old / Is / your best friend / ?
Is your name Jack?
5 from Spain / your friends / Are / ?
1 your friends at school today?
2 your best friend from Spain? 5  sk and answer the questions in
A
3 your English teacher from the USA? exercise4.
4 you British? Are you 11 years old?
5 I your friend?
Yes, I am. / No, Im not.

16
Subject pronouns and Question words
possessive adjectives Question words
Subject pronouns Possessive adjectives Whats your name?
I my Where are you from?
you your Whens your birthday?
he his Whos your favourite actor? Why?
she her How are you?
it its
we our 7 Complete the questions. Write them with
you your question words in your notebook.
they their 1 is your name?
2 are you from?
6 Write the text in your notebook choosing 3 old are you?
the correct words. 4 is your favourite sports star?
Hi! Im David and is he / she special?
this is my friend 5 is your birthday?
Lucy. (1)Our / Your
8 Match the answers ae with the questions
favourite actor is 15 in exercise 7.
Jennifer Lawrence.
a) Its on 1st February.
Shes from the
b) Im 12 years old.
USA. (2)His / Her
c) My names Carmen.
nickname is JLaw.
d) Im from Spain.
(3)
He / She is in the
e) Nadal. Hes the best!
new X-Men film.
The X-Men films
are (4)my / their
favourite comic

Grammar
book films!

9 Complete the dialogue with the correct form of be.

Rachel Hi, David. How (1) you? 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8


David Hi, Rachel. I (2) OK. What about you?
Rachel Fine. This is Matt and this is Alison. They (3)
my friends from Toronto.
David Nice to meet you! (4) Toronto the capital
of Canada?
Alison No, it (5) . The capital is Ottawa.
David Ah, yes, you (6) right.
Rachel Ah, here (7) the bus. Bye!
David OK. See you soon.

10 Listen and check your answers.

Module 1 17
Unit

1b Family
Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the family words.
auntbrothercousinsdadgrandadgrandmagrandparentsmumparentssisteruncle

2 Look at Jonathans family tree and complete the sentences with the family words.

Robert Ana

Sam Amy Chris Maxine

Mark Cathy Jonathan Louise Ben

1 Mark is my . 6 My are Robert and Ana.


2 Robert is my . 7 Cathy is my and Ana is my .
3 Amy and Sam 8 My is Chris.
are my . 9 My is Maxine. Tips
4 Sam is my . 10 Louise and Ben are my .
5 Amy is my . Possessive s / s
We use s after a name or singular noun:
3 Bring a photo of your family and present it to the class. Chris is my dads brother.
We use s after a plural word:
My parents names are Sam andAmy.
Listening
4 L isten to the dialogue. Write 5 Listen again and write the sentences in
the names in your notebook your notebook choosing the correct words.
in the order you hear them.
1 Chloe is Katies sister / cousin.
Ashley Chloe 2 Her aunts / cousins nickname is Yoli.
Sofia Liam Hemsworth 3 Her uncle Ashley is an actor / a teacher.
Yolanda 4 Liam Hemsworth is Katies / Jamess
favourite actor.

18
Speaking
Exchanging personal information / Making friends
Model Dialogue
Lucy
Jacob
Hi, Im Lucy.
Hi, Lucy!
Whats your name?
My names Jacob.
Nice to meet you, Jacob. How old are you?
Im 13 years old. What about you?
Im 12. Where are you from?
Im from Australia. What about you?
Im from the UK.

1 L isten to the dialogue. How old is 3 Order the words to make questions.
Jacob?
1 name / Whats / your / ?
2 old / How / are / you / ?
2 Listen again and repeat the dialogue.
3 Where / from / you / are / ?

Speaking Task
1 Talk about yourself
Read the information and choose a character.
NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD
NATIONAL IDENTITY CARD NAME: MEGAN RYAN
AGE: 11
NAME: PIERRE OLIVER COUNTRY: THE UK
AGE: 13
COUNTRY: CANADA Megan Ryan
Pierre Oliver
9858762163248

6858785963248

2 Prepare a dialogue
Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue.

3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogue. Hi, Im Megan. Hi, Megan!

Module 1 19
Writing
A blog profile
1 Read and listen to the Model Text. Answer the questions in your notebook.
1 How old is Tom?
2 Where is Toms mum from?
3 What is his grandads name?

Model Text
My profile
My names Thomas, but my nickname
is Tom. My mums name is Raquel. My
birthdays on the same day as my mums.
Its on 18th August, but Im 12 and shes 45.
Were an international family. My mums
Spanish and my dads British.
In this picture were at my grandparents
house in Granada in Spain. My grandad
Paco is my favourite relative because hes
so funny.

Writing Task
2 Look at the Tips. Find examples
of 15 in the Model Text. 1 Plan
Find a photo of your family. Make notes
1 My mums name is Raquel.
and include:

Tips
Names My names My fathers name
Ages Im and my mothers
Capital letters Where they are from My dads from
Where they are In this picture we are at
Capital letters are used for:
1 the beginning of a sentence 2 Write
2 names (people, cities, countries)
3 nationalities and languages Use the Model Text, your notes and this
4 the subject pronoun I structure:
5 months and days of the week
Paragraph 1 Names, ages, where from
Paragraph 2 Where are they?
3 Rewrite the sentences in your notebook.
Use capital letters. 3 Check
1 im from spain.  e: present simple
b
2 my brothers name is ben. subject pronouns and possessive
3 we are from new york in the usa. adjectives
4 it is wednesday today. vocabulary for countries, nationalities
and family
punctuation and capital letters

20
Culture Reading

AFTER-SCHOOL

SUBSCRIBE SEARCH

? BLOG ARCHIVE

HOME BLOG NEWS CONTACT ABOUT 2017


May (11)
WHATS YOUR FAVOURITE AFTER-SCHOOL CLUB? April (6)
After-school clubs are very popular in the UK. February (12)
They are a fantastic way to make friends. January (18)
Im very active. My favourite after-school activities are sports. My 2016
favourite is the Swimming Club. Im in my school swimming team. 2015
ELLIE, 12, OXFORD
After-school clubs are a great way to study languages. My favourite
is the Japanese Club. Its fun, but it isnt easy!
JOSH, 11, LONDON
After-school clubs are great. My favourites are drama and dancing.
My friends and I arent very good dancers, but were good actors!
RACHEL, 12, MANCHESTER
Im in the Scouts. Its an international organization. Its originally
from Britain. Today, its members are from all over the world.
BEN, 13, BELFAST

Read and listen. Then answer the questions.


1 Are after-school clubs popular?
2 Is Ellie in her school swimming team?
3 Is Japanese easy for Josh?
4 Are all Scouts from Britain?

Pronunciation
Word stress
a How many syllables do these words have?
1 a) Japan b) Japanese
2 a) Britain b) British
3 a) Ecuador b) Ecuadorian
4 a) Canada b) Canadian

b  opy the words in exercise a in your


C
notebook. Listen and mark the stress.
1 Japan Japanese

Module 1 21
Module 1 Progress Check

1 Copy and complete the table in your 6 Circle the correct words.
notebook.
1 These are my cousins Josie and Mandy.
Country Nationality They / Their / Your father is Scottish.
the UK British 2 Vancouver, Toronto and Montral are cities.
the USA (1) We / You / They re in Canada.
(2)
Spanish 3 Josies first language isnt English.
Canada (3) Her / She / Its first language is French.
4 Canada is a big country. He / She / It is on
(4)
Japanese
the American continent. Ottawa is your /
Mexico (5)
its / his capital.
(6)
Chinese
5 My cousins and I have the same surname.
We / Its / Our surname is Good. We / He / It
2 Order the letters to make words like it a lot!
representing family members.
1 roebrth 4 spraten 7 Rewrite the sentences with s or s in your
notebook.
2 ounics 5 ssrtei
3 tuna 1 Jack eyes are blue.
2 My parents house is in Germany.
3 Complete the sentences with the 3 My best friend school bag is very big.
affirmative form of be. Write them in your
notebook. 4 The teachers cars are in the car park.
5 Your friends names are Ana and Alex.
1 I from Romania.
2 My neighbours Italian. 8 Describe a friend / family member /
3 My cousin in the USA. classmate. Write about: his / her name, age,
where he / she is from, his / her favourite
4 You and your friends Romanian.
subject or hobby. Use 20 - 30 words.
5 My favourite actors Jennifer Lawrence
and Chris Evans.

4 Rewrite the sentences in exercise 3 with


the negative form of be.
Use short forms.
Self-Check
Exercise no. Score
5 Order the words to make questions. 1 61=6
Write them in your notebook. 2 5 2 = 10
1 Iron Mans real name / What / is / ? 3 5 2 = 10
2 are / you and your friends / Where / from / ? 4 5 2 = 10

3 What / your favourite name / is / ? 5 5 2 = 10


6 7 2 = 14
4 your cousins birthday / is / When / ?
7 5 2 = 10
5 old / you / are / How / ?
8 20
Total 90
Granted points 10
Final score 100

22
Module

2 Describe it!

In this module you will learn:


Vocabulary Parts of the body
Appearance
Grammar Adjectives of physical description
have got
Singular and plural nouns
Speaking Giving instructions / Looking after pets
Writing Describing people

Find the page numbers for:

?
a chameleon
a sports star
a man with a funny dog

Competences: 2.1; 2,2; 2.3; 3.2; 3.3; 4.3. 23


2a Parts of the body
Unit

Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words. Match them with 116 in the pictures.
armeareyefacefingerfoothairhandlegmouthnecknosetailthumbtoetooth

1 7

2
8
3

4
10

11
5 12

13

14
16
15

2 Copy and complete the table with the words in exercise 1.


head body
ear

3 Listen to Louis and Helen. Which animal in the pictures do they describe?

4 In pairs, describe an animal to your partner.

Its grey. Its got a big mouth. Is it a hippo?


Yes, it is.

24
Reading
Popular science magazine
Word Check
strangehugetinymalefemale

REALLY 1

These animals are strange, but theyre also real.


A Fennec foxes are from North Africa and live in the desert.
They are small, but have got very big ears. They are white
and brown and they have got a long tail.
B The chameleon is from Africa, Asia and also Spain and
Portugal. Its got strange feet, like a parrot, and it
hasnt got ears. It changes colour.
2
C Tarsiers live on islands in South-East Asia and their
family is 45 million years old. Theyve got huge eyes,
long feet and very long fingers!
D The peacock spider is tiny and lives in Australia.
Itsgotfoureyes and eight legs. The male spider
hasgot beautiful colours and dances for the female.

1  ead and listen. Match pictures 14


R
with descriptions AD.

2 Read the text again. Answer the questions.


Where are Tarsiers from?
They are from South-East Asia.
1 What colour is the fennec fox?
2 Is the chameleon from Spain?
3 How old is the tarsiers family?
4 Where is the peacock spider from?

3 Match adjectives 13 with synonyms ac.

Facts
Write them in your notebook.
1 very small a)
huge
You can put ten peacock spiders on a
2 unusual b) tiny fingernail!
3 very big c) strange

Module 2 25
Grammar
have got
Affirmative Negative Interrogative Short answers
Long form Short form Long form Short form
I have got Ive got I have not got I havent got Have I got ? Yes, I have.
You have got Youve got You have not got You havent got Have you got ? No, you havent.
He has got Hes got He has not got He hasnt got Has he got ? Yes, he has.
She has got Shes got She has not got She hasnt got Has she got ? No, she hasnt.
It has got Its got It has not got It hasnt got Has it got ? Yes, it has.
We have got Weve got We have not got We havent got Have we got ? No, we havent.
You have got Youve got You have not got You havent got Have you got ? Yes, you have.
They have got Theyve got They have not got They havent got Have they got ? No, they havent.

1 Look at the verbs in the table. What is different about the he / she / it form?

2 Complete the sentences with has got or have got.


1 Fennec foxes very big ears. 3 Tarsiers very long fingers.
2 The chameleon feet. 4 The peacock spider beautiful colours.

3 Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences with hasnt got or havent got.
A fly eight legs.
A fly hasnt got eight legs.

A fly eight legs. 1 A dolphin hair.

2 Gorillas a tail. 3 An octopus ears.

4 L ook at the pictures again. Order the words to make questions.


Then write true short answers in your notebook.
1 six legs / a fly / got / Has ?
2 a dolphin / got / Has / hair ?
3 got / Have / a tail / gorillas ?
4 Has / got / an octopus / ears ?

26
5 Write the questions with Have or Has in Singular and plural nouns
your notebook.
For most nouns add -s
you got a pet?
rabbit rabbits
Have you got a pet?
Nouns ending in -ch, -s, -sh, -x and -z add -es
1 you got any brothers or sisters?
fox foxes
2 your best friend got long hair?
Some nouns ending in -o add -es
3 you got brown eyes?
potato potatoes
4 your classmates got mobile phones?
Nouns ending in consonant +y add -ies
5 your teacher got a car?
baby babies
6 
Ask and answer the questions from Irregular plurals
exercise 5. child children foot feet
Have you got any brothers or sisters? tooth teeth man men
woman women mouse mice
Yes, I have.
person people fish fish

7 Write the questions and the short answers 8 Check the meaning of the words in
in your notebook. the box. Use the spelling rules to write
you a purple pencil case? No, I . the plural forms of the words in your
notebook.
Have you got a purple pencil case?
No, I havent. animalbabybodyboychild
1 Bob a red notebook? Yes, he . elephanteye
family
footleg
2 Rachel a hamster? No, she . man mosquitomousenose
3 your cousins a dog? Yes, they . toothwoman
4 Diego two brothers? No, he .
Read this fast!
5 you three cousins? Yes, I .
Four fine fresh fish for you.
Find more tongue twisters at page 120.

9 Read and complete the dialogue


with the correct form of be or have got.
Grammar
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Harry (1)
you (have got) a pet?
Luke Yes, I (2) (have got) a chihuahua.
Harry What is that? (3) (be) it a cat?
Luke No, it (4) (not be). Its a dog. It
(5)
(be) very small.
Harry We (6) (not have got) a pet.
I want a chameleon.
Luke A chameleon. Why?
Harry They (7) (have got) nice colours.

10 Listen and check your answers.

Module 2 27
Unit

2b Appearance
Vocabulary
Adjectives of physical description
1 Listen and repeat the words.
bluebrowncurlydarkfairgreenlongshort (x2)straighttallwavy

2 Copy and complete the table with the 3 Look at the pictures ad. Complete the
adjectives in exercise 1. descriptions with these words.

length a) long b) fairlongshorttall


hair style c) d) e)
1 Shes got green eyes and shes short.
colour f) g)
Shes got curly hair.
eyes h) i) j) 2 Hes got short hair and brown eyes.
height k) l) Hes .
3 Shes tall. Shes got wavy hair.
b 4 Hes got straight hair and blue eyes.
a
Hes .

Tips
The adjective goes before the noun:
short hair.
Listening
4 L isten to the dialogue. Write the sports
stars in your notebook. Number them
in the order you hear them.
Gerard Piqu Maria Sharapova
Rafa Nadal Serena Williams
Pau Gasol

5 Listen again and complete the sentences in Maria Sharapova


your notebook.
1 Nadals got short hair and brown eyes.
2 Piqus got eyes and short brown hair.
3 Maria Sharapovas got long hair and green eyes.
Serena Williams
4 Pau Gasol is .
5 Serena Williams is and shes got long black hair and brown eyes.
28
Speaking
Giving instructions / Looking after pets
Model Dialogue
Jane
Ben
Hi! Have you got a dog?
No, I havent. How can I look
F irst, give it food in the morning after your dog?
and evening.
All right, what next?
Second, take it for a walk in the evening.
OK.
Finally, brush it at the weekend.
Great!

1 L isten to the dialogue. 3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.
Has Ben got a dog?
finallyfirstsecond
2 Listen again and repeat the
dialogue. 1 , give it food in the morning.
2 , take it for a walk in the evening.
3 , brush it at the weekend.

Speaking Task
1 Talk about looking after a pet
Read the information and choose a pet.
Give it food in the
morning and evening.
 ive it food in the
G
morning and evening. Change its water in the
morning.
 rush it in the
B
evening. Clean the cage
on Sunday.
Clean its cage on
Saturday morning.

2 Prepare a dialogue
Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue.

3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogues.
Hi! Have you got a ?

No, I havent. How can


I look after a ?

Module 2 29
Writing
A description of a person
1  ead the Model Text and listen. Answer the following
R
questions in your notebook.
1 Where is Marcus from?
2 Is he tall?
3 What colour is his hair?

Model Text
This is my grandad, Marcus. Hes from
Germany. Hes my mums dad and hes
60 years old.
Hes very tall; hes 1m 90cm. Hes got
brown eyes and glasses. Hes got short,
straight hair. Its grey and white.
My grandad has got a dog. Its name
is Roxie and theyre very similar in
appearance. Look!

Writing Task
2 Look at the Tips. Look for apostrophes in
the Model Text. Are they 1 or 2? 1 Plan
Make notes about a person and include:

Tips Name Shes


Country Shes from
Apostrophes
Age Shes years old.
English hasnt got accents (), but its got
apostrophes (shes). We use an apostrophe: Height Shes tall / short.
1 when a letter is missing Eyes Shes got eyes.
Hes (is) tall. Hes (has) got short fair hair. Hair long / short, curly / straight / wavy,
2 to indicate possession
His fathers name. (the name of his father) dark / fair
Pet Shes got a rabbit. She hasnt got a dog.

3 Correct the sentences. Write them in your 2 Write


notebook. Use the Model Text, your notes and this
structure:
1 Shes from China.
2 Hes very short. Paragraph 1 Name, where from, age
3 Hes got glasses. Paragraph 2 Height, eyes, hair
4 Shes got long curly hair. Paragraph 3 Pet
5 My cousins names are Luke and Paul.
3 Check
have got
Go to the Writing guide 1 on page 102 singular and plural nouns
to practise your writing skills. vocabulary for body parts
apostrophes: Hes (is), Shes (has) got

30
Culture Reading

HOME ABOUT WILDLIFE SITES AUSTRALIA

Australian

WILDLIFE
TASMANIA

AUSTRALIA IS THE HOME OF SOME UNIQUE ANIMALS.

THE KANGAROO has got short arms, long legs and a


long tail for jumping. Its got big ears and eyes and a
long face. Red kangaroos are tall more than 1.5
metres. Male kangaroos are expert boxers!
THE TASMANIAN DEVIL is a carnivorous animal from
the island of Tasmania. Its got short black hair, a big
head and a short neck. Its got 42 teeth, like a dog. Its
teeth are very sharp, so watch out!
THE PLATYPUS has got a long body, a big tail and
short brown fur. It lives near water and its got a mouth
and feet similar to a ducks. What a strange creature!

WHAT OTHER AUSTRALIAN ANIMALS DO YOU KNOW?

Read and listen. Then answer the questions in your notebook.


1 Has the red kangaroo got a long tail?
2 Are male kangaroos good boxers?
3 How many teeth has the Tasmanian devil got?
4 Where does the platypus live?

Pronunciation
/h/
a Listen and repeat.

hairhandhaveheadhorse

b Listen and repeat the sentences.


1 Its got a big head and short hair.
2 Has he got two horses?

Module 2 31
Module 2 Progress Check

1 Write the parts of the body by completing 6 Copy and complete the table.
the words with the missing vowels.
1 y 3 n s 5 r singular plural singular plural
2 n ck 4 t th family families tooth (6)

(1) children (7) potatoes


2 Look at the pictures and choose the correct
mouse (2)
watch (8)
word. Write the sentences in your notebook.
(3) men (9) fish
fox (4)
brush (10)

(5) babies

7 Copy and complete the sentences with the


singular form of the nouns in brackets.
1 That (people) has got green hair!
2 Ive got a (mice) with pink eyes.
1 Shes got fair / dark hair. 3 Is that (women) Japanese?
2 Hes got short / long hair. 4 My baby brothers got one (teeth).
3 Hes got green / blue eyes. 5 Is this (children) your cousin?
4 Shes got curly / straight hair.
8 Describe your favourite animal. Write what
5 Shes got blue / brown eyes.
it looks like (size, colour), where it lives.
Offer interesting facts about it.
3 Copy and complete the text with the correct
Write 30-40 words.
form of have got.
1 Hi, Im Nick and I two dogs.
2 My parents a farm.
3 My sister Julie a pet rat.
4 Its black and it a very long tail.
5 My friend Paul is allergic to animals and Self-Check
he (not) pets.
Exercise no. Score
4 Copy and complete the sentences with the 1 5 2 = 10
negative form of have got.
2 5 2 = 10
1 We a dog. 3 5 2 = 10
2 My teacher a car. 4 5 2 = 10
3 Those men long hair. 5 5 2 = 10
4 My friends homework today. 6 10 1 = 10
5 My brother and I fair hair. 7 5 2 = 10
8 20
5 Write questions with have got in your
Total 90
notebook.
Granted points 10
1 you / a favourite book?
Final score 100
2 you / my school bag?
3 they / a dog?
4 it / big ears?
5 the octopus / eight legs?

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Round up 1 (Module 1 - 2)
Vocabulary practice

Countries and nationalities


Australia Australian Mexico Mexican
Canada Canadian Morocco Moroccan
China Chinese Portugal Portuguese
Colombia Colombian Romania Romanian
Ecuador Ecuadorian Spain Spanish
France French the UK British
Ireland Irish the USA American
Japan Japanese

1 Find 10 countries.

FRANCESP ALIACHINA
NADA AIN USTR MO
A
CA TH
EUK USA RO
JAPA OT HE CCO
NMEXIC

2 Order the letters in the same colour squares 3 Order the letters to make words and
to make seven words related to family. complete the sentences. Write them
Write them in your notebook. in your notebook.
1 You have got ten (igrsfne) on your
D R A U E D hands.
U B C P O D 2 A hippopotamus has got a very big
S N R N I M (thmou).
A I S T R T 3 Horses have got very long (itsla).
O M S N G H 4 Monkeys have got long (easr).
A C T N U E 5 Your (snoe) is in the middle of your
E R S R L E face.

Adjectives of physical description

Hair curly wavy straight straight


fair dark fair dark
long long short short
Eyes green blue blue brown
Height short tall short tall

Collaborative project 1 page 110


Make a poster about your favourite singer or group. Work in small groups.

Round Up 1 33
Round up 1 (Module 1 - 2)
Grammar practice
1 Copy and complete the sentences with the 5 Match the questions with the answers and
correct form of be. write them in your notebook.
1 I (not) from the UK. 1 Who is she? a) Its on Monday.
2 Malaga (not) in the USA. 2 Where are you? b) Its my rubber.
3 Tokyo the capital of Japan. 3 When is the exam? c) Its Carter.
4 Tokyo (not) in Europe. 4 What is that? d) Shes my aunt.
5 you from Spain? 5 How do you spell it? e) Im in here!
6 They Chinese. 6 What is your surname? f) I dont know.
7 My new pen friends (not) from
6 Rewrite the sentences with s or s.
Australia.
This is Peter book.
2 Copy and complete the sentences with
This is Peters book.
the correct form of have got.
1 Lets go to the Smiths.
1 I some apples. 2 The children room is upstairs.
2 They (not) new bikes. 3 John sister is twelve years old.
3 How many children he ? 4 Men shoes are on the second floor.
4 She (not) a pet. 5 My parents car is not expensive.
5 you any fresh vegetables?
6 Im busy, I (not) a lot of time. 7 Copy and complete the sentences with the
plural form of the nouns in brackets.
7 This flat is great, it a lot of space.
Shes got three sisters (sister).
3 Complete the sentences with the correct
1 How many (tooth) has a dolphin got?
form of the verbs be or have:
2 Bears have got short (tail).
1 He hot. 3 Where are our (child)?
2 I a new hat. 4 My cousins got three (baby).
3 We a little late. 5 The boy has got five (fish) in the bowl.
4 They many games.
5 These children very playful. 8 Copy and complete the sentences with the
singular form of the nouns in brackets.
6 Fiona four teeth .
7 My mum 32 years old. Thats a white mouse (mice).
8 The guests happy. 1 This (firemen) is my grandfather.
2 Is that (women) Romanian?
4 Write the correct sentences below in your
3 Is this (children) your cousin?
notebook choosing the correct words.
4 Look! That is a (strawberries).
1 Spiderman is from the USA. He / His real 5 Hes got an expensive (watches).
name is Peter Parker.
2 My / I favourite actor is Toby Maguire.
3 France is in Europe. Its / Its flag is red, Write a note to ask a friend to look after
your pet while you are on a camp. Look at
white and blue. the Useful language on page 29 to give
4 Our / We parents are from Ecuador. short instructions. Write 30-40 words.
5 Hameds grandparents are from Morocco.
Theyre / Their Moroccan.

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Module
Healthy
3 lifestyle

In this module you will learn:


Vocabulary Food
Free-time activities
Grammar Present simple
Expressing likes and dislikes
Subject and object pronouns
Speaking Ordering food / At the caf
Writing Writing a blog: My lifestyle

Find the page numbers for:

?
Ice cream cone
Girls playing football
A vegetarian dish

Competences: 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; 3.2; 3.3; 4.2. 35


Unit

3a Food
Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words. Match them with pictures 114.
applebreadcakecarrotscheesefishice creammeatmilknutspastapotatoes
strawberriesyoghurt

4
1 3
2

8
6
5 7

12
10 11

13

14

2 Copy and complete the table with words in exercise 1.

Protein Dairy Carbohydrates Fruit and vegetables


nuts yoghurt

3 Listen to Max and Sally and answer the questions.


1 What is Sallys favourite food?
2 What is Maxs favourite food?

4 In pairs, ask and answer questions about your favourite food.

Whats your favourite food?


Its pasta.

36
Reading
Word Check
Health poster
home-madefatoiljuice

Food myths Are they true?

A. DO CARROTS HELP OUR NIGHT VISION?


Carrots contain beta-carotene. Our body converts
beta-carotene into vitamin A. This vitamin is good for
our eyes, but it doesnt help our night vision.

B. IS PIZZA BAD FOR YOU?


Teenagers love eating pizza especially when they
meet their friends. Home-made pizza is healthy. It has
got fibre, vitamins, minerals and proteins. Perfect!

C. DO CHIPS GIVE YOU ACNE?


Chips contain fat and they are not very healthy, but
they dont give you acne. Oil in our skin causes acne
but fat or oil in food doesnt.

D. FRUIT JUICE OR FRUIT?


People love drinking fruit juice in the morning, but is it
healthy? Juice has got all the sugar of fruit, but it doesnt
contain the fibre. Drink juice and eat fruit for breakfast.

1  ead and listen. Answer questions AD.


R
Copy the sentences with the information.

2 Read the text again and check your answers. Facts


Carrots can be different colours yellow,
3 Match 15 with ae to make sentences. white, orange and purple.
Write them in your notebook.
Carrots dont help our night vision.
1 Carrots a) doesnt contain fibre.
2 Oil in food b) has got fibre.
3 Chips c) dont help our night vision.
4 Home-made pizza d) contain fat.
5 Fruit juice e) doesnt cause acne.

4 Answer the questions in your notebook.


1 Do carrots contain beta-carotene? 2 Does pizza include proteins, minerals and vitamins?
3 Does oil in our skin cause acne? 4 Does fruit juice contain fibre?

Module 3 37
Grammar
Present simple
Negative
Affirmative Interrogative Short answers
Long form Short form
I eat I do not eat I dont eat Do I eat ? Yes, I do.
You eat You do not eat You dont eat Do you eat ? No, you dont.
He eats He does not eat He doesnt eat Does he eat ? Yes, he does.
She eats She does not eat She doesnt eat Does she eat ? No, she doesnt.
It eats It does not eat It doesnt eat Does it eat ? Yes, it does.
We eat We do not eat We dont eat Do we eat ? No, we dont.
You eat You do not eat You dont eat Do you eat ? Yes, you do.
They eat They do not eat They dont eat Do they eat ? No, they dont.

1 Write the sentences word in your 4 Copy and complete the text with the
notebook choosing the correct words. affirmative or negative form of the verbs
in brackets. What is the text about?
1 My sister eat / eats apples every day!
2 They contain / contains vitamin C. Your body (1) (need) this. It (2) (not contain)
3 Your body need / needs vitamin C for fat or sugar. Doctors (3) (say) Drink eight
protection. glasses every day. It (4) (not give) you energy,
4 Some animals produce / produces but it (5) (help) you to be healthy.
vitamin C.

2 Copy and complete the sentences with the Rules


affirmative form of the verbs in brackets. In short answers, dont repeat the main verb:
Do you drink milk?
1 I (eat) cereal for breakfast. Yes, I do. Yes, I drink.
2 She (drink) two litres of water every
day.
3 They (eat) healthy pizzas. 5 Copy and complete the questions with
Do or Does. Then write short answers that
4 He (go) home for lunch.
are true for you in your notebook.
5 Oil in the skin (cause) acne.
you have breakfast every day?

Rules
Do you have breakfast every day? Yes, I do.
1 you drink juice?
Be careful with the -s in he / she / it forms: 2 you and your friends eat pizza?
He doesnt drink water.
He doesnt drinks water. 3 your best friend drink milk every day?
4 your friends eat fish?
5 your teacher eat chocolate in the
3 Copy and complete the sentences with the classroom?
negative form of the verbs in brackets.
1 I (eat) vegetables. 6 I n pairs, ask and answer the
questions from exercise 5.
2 She (drink) juice.
3 Water (contain) fat.
Read this fast!
4 My uncle (eat) Mexican food.
If a dog chews shoes, whose shoes does it
5 My brother and sister (eat) fruit.
choose?
Find more tongue twisters at page 120.

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love, like, dont like, hate + -ing Subject and object pronouns
love, like, dont like, hate + -ing Subject pronouns Object pronouns
I love surfing the net. I like healthy food. Mum makes healthy
I like surfing the net. snacks for me.
I dont like surfing the net. You eat vegetables. Jane can help you.
I hate surfing the net. He walks to school. I walk with him.
? Do you like surfing the net? She has lunch at school. I like eating with her.
It has long hair. Brush it every day.
7 Copy and complete the sentences with We like cooking. They cook with us.
love, like, dont like or hate. You have two brothers. They often play with
you.
I reading comic books.
They love apples. They often eat them.
I like reading comic books.
1 My best friend listening to music.
9 Write the sentences in your notebook
2 My classmates eating vegetables. choosing the correct words.
3 My little brother going to the
1 Chinese food is my favourite food.
supermarket with my parents.
I / Me like going to Chinese restaurants.
4 My sister playing football.
2 My uncle Josh is a chef. I like cooking
8 Ask and answer questions. with him / he.
3 I am allergic to milk and cheese. Inever
Do you like eating eat they / them.
cheese? Yes, I do. 4 Us / We drink milk every morning.
5 My cousins sometimes have dinner
with we / us.

10 Read and complete the dialogue with the


correct form of the verbs in brackets in
Grammar
your notebook.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Josh What (1) you (do) with your friends on
Saturdays?
Sophie Well, I love (2) (go) to a caf in town.
Josh What (3) you (do) there?
Sophie We (4) (have) a pizza.
Josh Pizza! Is that healthy?
Sophie Yes, they (5) (make) them with lotsofvegetables.
Josh Yuck! I hate (6) (eat) vegetables.
Sophie What (7) you and your friends (like) eating?
Josh We love (8) (eat) hamburgers and ice cream.
Sophie Thats not healthy!
Josh Look, I (9) (be) hungry. Lets eat.
Sophie OK, but not a hamburger!

11 Listen and check your answers.

Module 3 39
Free-time
Unit

3b activities
Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the phrases.
go shoppinglisten to musicmeet my friendsplay footballread comics
ride my bikestay up latesurf the internettalk on the phonewatch TV

2 Match pictures 16 with the free-time activities in exercise 1. Which activities


are not in the pictures?

1 2 3

4 5 6

3 Write six sentences about activities that you like and dont like doing.
I like meeting my friends. I dont like going shopping.

Listening
4 L isten to the dialogue. How 5 Listen again and answer the questions.
many points has Jake got? Use short answers.
Does Jake want to do this quiz?
Score: A = 3 points; B = 2 points; C = 1 point
Yes, he does.
1 Does Jake like doing a lot of sports?
34 points: 89 points:
You need to be
57 points: Perfect! Youve got 2 Does he like surfing the internet?
more active. a very healthy
Not bad! But you 3 Does he like eating fast food?
lifestyle.
need to change
one or two habits. 4 Does he go to a caf with friends after
school?
5 Does he go home from school by bike?
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Speaking
Ordering food / At the caf
Model Dialogue
Assistant
Liam
Hello. Can I help you?
Can I have a ham sandwich,
please?
Oh, we havent got ham. What about
a cheese sandwich?
I dont like cheese. Can I have
a tuna sandwich, please?
Here you are. Anything else?
Can I have some strawberries, please?
I love strawberries!
Sure. Anything else?
No, thanks. How much is that?
Thats 4.50, please.
Here you are.

1 L isten to the dialogue. Does Liam 3 Order the words to make questions.
like strawberries?
1 pizza / have / I / Can / a ?
2 is / How / that / much ?
2 Listen again and repeat the dialogue.
3 a / sandwich / cheese / about / What ?

Speaking Task
1 Ordering food
Read the menu and choose Sandwiches Fruit & Drinks
what you want.
Cheese sandwich 2.50 Strawberries 1.50
Ham sandwich 3.00 Apple 1.00
Tuna sandwich 3.00 Water 1.30
Chicken sandwich 3.25 Juice 1.80

2 Prepare a dialogue
Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue.

3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogue.
Hello. Can I help you?
Hello. Can I have a , please?

Module 3 41
Writing
A blog entry: My lifestyle
1  ead the Model Text and listen. Answer
R
the questions in your notebook.
1 What food does Oscar eat for breakfast?
2 What does he like doing in his free time?
3 What sports does he do?

Model Text
Oscars blog Posted 8th July
Ive got a healthy lifestyle. I eat fruit and cereal for
breakfast and I drink milk. I love chocolate and
biscuits, but I dont eat them very much.
In my free time, I love meeting my friends and I like
playing basketball. In the summer, we love swimming.
I like being at home with my family.
My sisters love listening to music, but I like reading
and playing video games. My dad likes video
games and we play them together.

2 Look at the Tips. Find examples of 1 and 2


Writing Task
in the Model Text. 1 Plan
Make notes about your lifestyle and include:
Tips Food I eat for breakfast. I love
and, but Sports I love playing
Free time My sisters love but I like
Use and or but to connect two sentences:
1 I eat cereal for breakfast and I drink juice.
2 I love chips, but I dont eat them very
2 Write
much. Use the Model Text, your notes and this
structure:
Paragraph 1 Food
3 Connect the sentences with and or but.
Paragraph 2 Sports
Write them in your notebook.
Paragraph 3 Free time
I eat bread for breakfast. I drink milk for
breakfast. 3 Check
I eat bread and I drink milk for breakfast. present simple
1 My friends watch TV. They stay up late. like + -ing
2 My sister watches TV. She doesnt play subject and object pronouns
video games. v ocabulary for food and free-time activities
3 I meet my friends. We play basketball. and, but
4 We go to the park. We dont play football.
5 My brother likes reading comics. I dont Go to the Writing guide 2 on page 104
like reading them. to practise your writing skills.
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Culture Reading

Traditional Sunday lunch


A traditional British family meal is a roast dinner.
This is beef or chicken cooked in the oven. The
meat is served with different vegetables and
gravy: a delicious sauce.

International food
The British love food from all over the world. They
love spicy food from India and Mexico. Chinese
food such as fried rice is also very popular.

Vegetarians
About four million British people are vegetarian
they dont eat meat. Vegans are also
vegetarians, but they dont eat or drink
dairy products or eat eggs.

 ead and listen. Then answer


R
the questions in your notebook.
1 What is gravy?
2 Where is fried rice from?
3 What is the difference between
vegetarians and vegans?

Pronunciation
Third person singular -s: /s/, /z/ or /z/ WATCH Find a short video
with the recipe of your
favourite food and present it
a Listen and repeat.
to your classmates.
/s/ eatshelps
/z/ seesgoes
/z/ teacheswatches

b L isten to the verbs in the box. Copy and complete


the table in exercise a, with the verbs in the box.

causesdoesdrinkspassesrepeatswashes

Module 3 43
Module 3 Progress Check

1 Copy and complete the table with the 6 Write negative () or affirmative (+) short
words in the box. answers for the questions in exercise 5
in your notebook.
applescarrotscheesemeatpasta
1 ()
Carbohydrates Dairy Fruit Protein Vegetables 2 (+)
3 (+)
4 ()
2 Copy and complete the sentences. 5 (+)

1 I listen to with my friends. 7 Copy and complete the sentences with the
2 She rides her on Sundays. correct form of love, like, dont like or hate.
3 They watch in the evening.
1 They staying up late on Saturdays.
4 We stay up on Saturdays.
2 We playing video games.
5 He talks on the a lot.
3 She watching TV.
3 Copy and complete the sentences with the 4 You listening to music.
correct form of the verbs in brackets. 5 I playing basketball.

1 I (eat) eggs for breakfast. 8 Copy and complete the table with the
2 My brother (play) football after school. correct object pronouns.
3 My cousin (not walk) to school.
Subject Object
4 He (watch) TV all the time.
pronouns pronouns
5 you (have) a healthy lifestyle?
I me
4 Copy and complete the sentences with the you (1)

negative form of the verbs. he (2)

1 I eat chips. she (3)

I chips. it it
2 Chips give you acne. we (4)

Chips you acne. you you


3 My dad cooks pizza every day. they (5)

My dad pizza every day.


4 Carrots help our night vision.
Carrots our night vision.
5 Your body produces beta-carotene.
Your body beta-carotene.
Self-Check
Exercise no. Score
5 Copy and complete the questions with 1 5 2 = 10
Do or Does. 2 5 2 = 10
3 5 3 = 15
1 you have breakfast at school?
4 5 3 = 15
2 your grandparents eat pizza? 5 5 2 = 10
3 your brother eat chocolate? 6 5 2 = 10
4 your parents make cakes? 7 5 2 = 10
5 your teacher drink juice? 8 5 2 = 10
Total 90
Granted points 10
Final score 100

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Module

4 Going places

In this module you will learn:


Vocabulary Places in town
Landscape features
Grammar there is / there are
Prepositions of place
a / an, some, any
Speaking Making suggestions / A day out
Writing Describing places
A city guide

Find the page numbers for:

?
The picture of a skeleton in a museum
A famous statue in Rio de Janeiro
Carnival costumes

Competences: 1.2; 1.3; 2.2; 2.3; 2.4; 3.2; 3.3; 3.4; 4.3. 45
4a Places in town
Unit

Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words. Match them with pictures 114.
chemistschurchcinemahotellibrarymuseumnewsagentsrestaurantschoolshoe
shopshopping centresports centresupermarketunderground station

2
1 3 4

8
7
5

10 13

12

11

14

2 L isten to the six sounds. Match


them with the places from exercise 1.
1 underground station

3 Listen to Emma and Alex. Where does Alex go at the weekend?

4 In pairs, ask questions about the places in your town. Use the words in the box.

at the weekendafter schoolwith your friendswith your parents

Where do you go at the weekend?


I go to the cinema.

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Reading
Word Check
Fact book twincitiesalsoslaveryteams

Some cities have a twin city in another country.


Rio de Janeiro and Liverpool are twin cities.
They are very different, but they are also
similar just like human twins!

LIVERPOOL is also near the sea and the River Mersey.


There arent any mountains near Liverpool, but there are
beaches. Music is very important and some famous music
groups come from here, like The Beatles. Liverpool also has a
carnival. Theres a famous hotel called The Adelphi and there
are some interesting museums like the Maritime Museum and
the Slavery Museum. There are two big football teams
Liverpool and Everton. Its the favourite sport here, too!

RIO DE JANEIRO means January River, but there isnt


a river there! It is near the sea and there are some incredible
beaches. Theres also a famous mountain called the Sugar
Loaf. Every year, theres a huge carnival with music, food,
dancing and street parties. People love football here and
theres a big football stadium called the Maracan. Theres
also a lot of tourism. For tourists, there are fantastic
museums, shopping centres and restaurants.

1  ead and listen. Which city has a famous


R
football stadium?

2 Read the text again. Match 15 with ae. Write them


in your notebook.
1 a mountain a) the Adelphi
2 a football team b)
the Sugar Loaf Lets sing!
3 a river c) Everton Follow this link: https://www.youtube.
4 a music group d) the Mersey com/watch?v=XRTJMOBimkM.
5 a hotel e) The Beatles Listen to The song of Brazil.
a) Copy the lyrics with verbs in the
3 Write true or false next to each sentence below. present simple in your notebook.
Copy the correct sentences in your notebook. b) Bring the song to the class to sing and
perform.
1 Theres a river in Rio.

Facts
2 Rio is popular with tourists.
3 There are beaches near Liverpool.
4 Theres a carnival in Liverpool. The Sugar Loaf mountain is 396 metres
high.
5 There are only two museums in Liverpool.

Module 4 47
Grammar
there is / there are
Affirmative Negative Interrogative Short answers
There is a shop. There isnt a shop. Is there a shop? Yes, there is. /
Singular
No, there isnt.
There are some There arent any Are there any shops? Yes, there are. /
Plural
shops. shops. No, there arent.

1 Copy and complete the sentences with


there is and there are.
Tip
In Rio de Janeiro, a famous mountain. A preposition of place is a word or group of
words, such as: in, on, behind, in front of, near,
In Rio de Janeiro, there is a famous mountain.
between used to show place.
1 fantastic beaches.
2 a big football stadium.
3 a carnival. Prepositions of place
4 shopping centres and restaurants.
5 a lot of tourism. 5 Look at the tip and the pictures and
complete the words with vowels.
2 Write sentences in your notebook using
There isnt and There arent.
There is a river in Rio.
There isnt a river in Rio.
1 There are six airports in Rio.
2 There is a carnival in my town.
3 Theres a stadium in my town. o n 1 n
4 There are mountains in Liverpool.
5 Theres a library in my street.

3 Order the words to make questions.


Then write the questions and true short
answers in your notebook.
any trees / Are there / in your street / ? 2 nf r n t f 3 b h nd
Are there any trees in your street?
1 a bus station / in your street / Is there / ?
2 Are there / in your town / any banks / ?
3 in your street / Is there / an underground
station / ?
4 a library / Is there / in your school / ?
5 any newsagents / in your street / Are 4 n r 5 b tw n
there / ?

4 I n pairs, ask and answer the


questions from exercise 3.
Are there any trees in your street?

No, there arent.

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a / an, some, any
Countable nouns Uncountable nouns
Singular Plural Singular
Affirmative There is a shop. There are some shops. There is some food.
Negative There isnt a shop. There arent any shops. There isnt any food.
Interrogative Is there a shop? Are there any shops? Is there any food?

7 Copy and complete the sentences with a / an, some or


Rules any.
We use a before consonant sounds 1 Theres aquarium in Valencia. Its called the
in singular countable nouns. Oceanographic Centre.
We use an before vowel sounds 2 There are interesting activities, like sleeping with
in singular countable nouns.
sharks.
We use some with plural countable nouns
and uncountable nouns in affirmative 3 There isnt underground station near the
sentences. aquarium.
We use any with plural countable nouns 4 There arent swimming pools or water slides.
and uncountable nouns in negative and 5 Theres delicious food at the Marine Corner shop.
interrogative sentences.

6 Use a or an with the nouns in the box.


Write them in your notebook.

airportaquariumhotel
islandmuseumpark
riverstadium

8 R
ead the dialogue using the correct form
of the verbs in brackets.
Grammar
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Ben Im bored and there (1) (not be) anything to do.
Emily This website says there (2) (be) lots of things to do!
Ben But I (3) (not have got) any money.
Emily What about the swimming pool? There (4)
(be) a wave machine and it (5) (not be) very
expensive.
Ben (6)
(be) it near here?
Emily Yes, it is. There (7) (not be) any trains, but there
(8)
(be) a bus.
Ben Great! Lets go!

9 Listen and check your answers.

Module 4 49
Landscape
Unit

4b features
Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words.
beachforesticeislandlakemountainriversandsnowtreeswaterwaves

2 Match 112 in the picture with the words in exercise 1.


4

7
6

2
3

11
5

12 1
10

3 Copy and complete the text with words from exercise 1. Then listen and check.
There are three (1) . Theres some (2) on the big mountain. Theres a (3) near the big
mountain. Theres a small lake in the (4) . There isnt any (5) on the small lake. Theres a (6)
between the small mountains and the forest. Theres a (7) in front of the forest. Theres (8)
on the beach, but there arent any (9) . There are some big (10) in the sea.

Listening

4 L isten to the
advertisement.
What is Tropical Islands?
Write a, b or c in your
notebook.
a) a shopping b) a holiday c) a hotel
centre world

5 Listen again. Write true or false in your notebook. Copy the sentences with the correct
information.
1 Tropical Islands is in Europe. 4 There are hotels, but there isnt
2 There are beaches and a forest. a campsite.
3 There arent any insects in the rainforest. 5 Tropical Islands is indoors and outdoors.
50
Speaking
Making suggestions / A day out
Model Dialogue
Simon
Ben

shopping centre
shopping
museum

1 L isten to the dialogue. Is the 3 Read the sentences completing the suggestions
museum closed? with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1 What can we (do) today?
2 Listen again and repeat the dialogue.
2 How about (go) to the beach?
3 Lets (play) football!
4 What about (go) to the cinema?
5 Why dont we (visit) the science museum?
Speaking Task
1 Talk about a day out
Choose a place.

castle theatre sports centre

2 Prepare a dialogue
Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue.

3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogues.
What can we do this afternoon?
How about ?

Module 4 51
Writing
A city guide
1 Read the Model Text and listen. Answer
the questions in your notebook.
1 Where is Dubai?
2 What is its population?
3 What is the writers favourite place?

Model Text
Dubai is a city in the United Arab Emirates.
It has a population of about two million people.
It is near the sea and there are some fantastic
beaches there. Theres also a desert.
There are hotels, shopping centres and
restaurants. There are also traditional markets.
There are cinemas and theres also a water park.
My favourite place is the desert. I love riding my
quad bike there.

2 Look at the Tips. Find an example in the


Model Text. Writing Task
1 Plan
Tips Make notes about a city and include:

there is / there are + also Location is a city in . It is near


Use also with there is / there are to add Population Its got a population of
information: Landscape There are mountains.
Theres also a desert. Places There are shops, a museum
There are also traditional markets.
Favourite place My favourite place is .
Ilove
3 Rewrite the sentences with also. Write
them in your notebook. 2 Write
Use the Model Text, your notes and this
There are mountains near my town. Theres structure:
also a beach.
Paragraph 1 Location, population, landscape
1 There are two museums. Theres a
Paragraph 2 Places
church.
Paragraph 3 Your favourite place
2 There are some shops. Theres a market.
3 Theres a sports centre. Theres a 3 Check
football stadium. there is / there are
4 There are restaurants. There are hotels. prepositions of place
5 Theres a hotel. Theres a campsite. v ocabulary for places in town and
landscape features
Collaborative project 2 page 112
Make a poster about nature in your area. also
Work in small groups.

52
Culture Reading
Carniv
FROM FEBRUARY TO als and festivals
MARCH THERE ARE
CARNIVALS AND
FESTIVALS ALL OVER
THE WORLD.

LAS FALLAS, SPAIN


In March, there is a fantastic festival in
Valencia called Las Fallas. There are parties
and fireworks and incredible figures called
Fallas. On the last night, they burn all the
Fallas.

NEW ORLEANS, THE USA


New Orleans is a big city by the Mississippi River. Its carnival is
called Mardi Gras. There are incredible costumes and fantastic
parties. There is also a special cake called King Cake. Its delicious!

LAS PALMAS, SPAIN


The Carnival of Las Palmas is in February.
Thousands of people watch the parade,
or cabalgata. There is also a competition
to choose the Carnival Queen.
On the last day, some people wear black
because its the end of the carnival and
they are sad.

VENICE, ITALY
During the Venice carnival, there are operas in the
streets and on the canals. People wear beautiful
costumes. They also wear special masks called Bautas.

DO YOU CELEBRATE
A CARNIVAL IN YOUR TOWN ?
Pronunciation
Read and listen. Then answer the
questions in your notebook.
/ /
1 When is carnival time?
The // is the most frequent sound in English.
2 What do they do on the last night of Las Fallas?
It is often heard in words like the, of and a.
3 What is the special food in New Orleans?
4 In Las Palmas, why do some people wear black a Listen to the underlined sounds.
on the last day?
New Orleans is a big city by the river.
5 What do people wear in Venice?
b Identify the // sound in this
WATCH Check the calendar of celebrations sentence.
on page 101 and choose your favourite one.
Find a short video on youtube and present Its ten to two. Lets go for lunch.
it to your classmates.

Module 4 53
Module 4 Progress Check
1 Order the letters to make words 6 Look at the picture, circle the correct words
representing buildings in the city. and write the sentences in your notebook.
1 eolht 4 mmesuu
2 austrtnaer 5 nswe atneg
3 phospign eetrnc

2 Match 15 with ae in your notebook.

3 5
2
4
1 The supermarket is behind / in front of the
1 school.
2 The sports centre is behind / in front of
a) beach c) lake e)
river the supermarket.
b) mountain d)
forest 3 The cinema is near / in front of the hotel.
4 The library is on / between the hotel and
3 Copy and complete the sentences with the supermarket.
there is or there are.
5 The Grand hotel is between / in front of
1 twelve boys in my English class. a restaurant and a cinema.
2 a carnival here in summer.
3 some food in the kitchen. 7 Describe your native town. Write about its
4 two swimming pools in my town. location, landscape, your favourite places.
Use 40-50 words.
5 money in my bag.

4 Copy the words in the correct order

Self-Check
and write sentences in your notebook.
1 two shops / there are / a church / a school /
and / in my grandparents village.
2 a bus station / but / there is / there isnt /
Exercise no. Score
a railway station.
1 5 2 = 10
3 a river / a beach / there isnt / there is / but.
2 5 2 = 10
4 a lot of small shops / there are /
3 5 3 = 15
a department store / and
4 5 3 = 15
5 in the village / a sports centre / there is /
5 5 2 = 10
a chemist / but / there isnt .
6 5 2 = 10
5 Choose the correct word and write the 7 20
sentences in your notebook. Total 90
1 Theres some / any / a snow on the mountain. Granted points 10
2 There isnt some / a / any river in my town. Final score 100
3 There are a / some / any large beaches
along the coast.
4 There arent some / a / any swimming
pools at this hotel.
5 Theres any / a / some beautiful garden
behind their house.

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Round up 2 (Module 3 - 4)
Vocabulary practice

Food Places in town


1 Look at the code. Whats in the fridge? 3 Read the clues and write the places in
Write the answers in your notebook. your notebook.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
a b c d e f g h i j k l m
14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
n o p q r s t u v w x y z

a) 6 9 19 8

b) 9 3 5 3 18 5 1 13 1 You sleep in this place.


2 You eat lunch here.
c) 3 8 5 5 19 5
3 You read books here.
d) 13 9 12 11 4 You buy food here.
5 You buy balls and clothes here.
e) 13 5 1 20

Landscape features
4 Find 12 landscape features in the
wordsquare. Write them in your notebook.
Free-time activities
P B E A C H F I C E
2 Order the letters to make words. Follow X S R S A J Y A U G
the lines and write the sentences in your
notebook. E N W A V E S O G I
S F J A C S W S R S
oggin popginsh
Layla M O U N T A I N P L
yapglin bofoltal S E Q S V N C O E A
gindrea smicco Charlie L E O R H D W W H N

aistngy pu leat A P I B W N A E T D
Josh K T R E E S T S K T
frugisn het trenniet
E M Z R I V E R D L
ganwitch VT K R W A F O R E S T
1 Charlie likes and .
2 Layla likes and . 5  Write a note to ask your brother
3 Josh likes and . to go shopping. Include a shopping
list. Look at exercise 1 for possible
food items. Write 30-40 words.

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Round up 2 (Module 3 - 4)
Grammar practice
1 Complete the sentences with the present 5 Correct the errors in the red words. Rewrite
simple form of the verbs in the box. Write the whole sentence in your notebook.
them in your notebook.
How many boys there are?
cook drink eat go teach watch How many boys are there?
1 Jenny her dinner in the microwave in 1 There is a cinema near your house?
the evenings. 2 How many islands is there in the Canary
2 We fruit and vegetables every day. Islands?
3 I a lot of water about three litres 3 There is a shopping centre here?
a day! 4 Is there any answers in this book?
4 My mum food programmes on TV. 5 There are any hotels in your town?
5 They shopping for food once a week.
6 Match the prepositions with the pictures.
6 Mr Emms English at our school. Where is the mouse? Write the sentences
in your notebook.
2 Order the words to make sentences.
behindbetweenin
does / pizza / eat / Jane? infront of near on
Does Jane eat pizza?
1 dont / wild animals / chocolate / like. 1 2 3

2 every day / Simon and Tim / for lunch /


go home.
3 doesnt / my cousin / speak / German.
4 your friends / do / do / what / at the 4 5 6

weekend?

3 Copy and complete the sentences with the


correct form of the verbs in brackets.
She likes eating (like / eat) apples.
7 Copy and complete the table using the
1 He (hate / go) to the supermarket. words in the box.
2 They (love / eat) my dads pasta.
beachbus foodicemoney
3 My sister (like / listen) to hip-hop
mountainriversandshopwater
music.
4 I (not like / watch) TV in the morning.
Countable Uncountable
5 My mum (not like / cook). beach
4 Copy the sentences choosing the correct
words. 8 Copy and complete the sentences with a,
an, some or any.
He / Him likes playing football.
Theres a comic in my bag.
1 Thats mums new car. She loves he / it.
1 Have you got questions?
2 Do they / them go to school with you?
2 There are rabbits in the park.
3 Do you want these comics? My sister
3 There isnt underground station near
doesnt want they / them.
my school.
4 That letters for we / us.
4 There arent girls in this class.
5 Maria isnt here. Where is she / her?

56
Module

5 At school

In this module you will learn:


Vocabulary Daily routines
Telling the time
School subjects
Grammar can expressing ability
Adverbs of frequency
Questions
Speaking Buying a ticket
Writing Writing an essay

Find the page numbers for:

?
A clock
A girl who can play the violin
A poster of a dance club

Competences: 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; 3.2; 3.3. 57


5a Daily routines
Unit

Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the phrases. Match them with pictures 110.
do homeworkfinish schoolget dressedget upgo to bedhave a showerhave dinner
play the pianostart schooltidy your room

1 2 3 4

7
5
6

9
8

10

2 Match the expressions in the box with have, go and play. Can you add more?

a bathto the cinemawith friendsgolfthe guitarhomelunchsome milk

Telling the time


12 12
oclock 11 1 11 1
10 2 Its 6 oclock. 10 2 Its quarter
11
12 1
quarter 9 3 9 3 past 6.
10 2 past 8 4 8 4
9 3 7 6 5 7 6 5
8 4 12 1 12 1
11 11
quarter 7 6 5 10 2 10 2
to half Its half 9 3 Its quarter 9 3
8 4 8 4
past past 6. 7 5
to seven 7 5
6 6

3 Listen to Mel and Sam. What time does Sam have lunch and go to bed?

4 In pairs, ask and answer questions about your routine at the weekend.

What time do you get up? I get up at ten oclock.

Read this fast!


I have got a date at a quarter to eight. See you at the gate, so dont be late!
Find more tongue twisters at page 120.
58
Reading
Website article Word Check
webcamdigital whiteboardsclassmates

SCHOOLS OF THE AIR


Australia is a huge country and some children live hundreds of kilometres away from a
school. At Schools of the Air, these children can have their classes at home on the internet.
Lessons at Schools of the Air usually start at the school website. Sometimes there are
eight oclock. Students turn on their special school camps for all the students. Its a
computers and connect to the school. They great opportunity for the students to meet their
can see and hear their teachers clearly teachers and classmates face to face.
because they have webcams and Many of the Schools of the Air students live on
microphones. They do normal school subjects farms. They can ride horses or motorbikes and
like maths, science, English, PE or music. The sometimes help with the farm work after
teachers sometimes use digital whiteboards school. Its a long day,
to present new ideas. After lessons, students but theyre never
usually work on projects or do homework on bored!

1 Look at the photos. What is the text about?

2 Read and listen. Write true or false in your notebook.


Copy the sentences with the correct information.
1 Students at Schools of the Air live in big cities. Facts
2 They study special subjects at Schools of the Air. Some students live 1,000 kilometres from
their local School of the Air!
3 The teachers sometimes use digital whiteboards.
4 Students never meet their teachers and classmates face to face.
5 Not all the students live on farms.

3 Read again. Answer the questions. Write the answers in your notebook.
1 Why cant some children travel to normal schools in Australia?
2 Where do students have their classes at Schools of the Air?
3 How can students see and hear their teachers?
4 What do students usually do after lessons?
5 What do some students do after school?

Module 5 59
Grammar
can
Affirmative Negative Interrogative Short answers
I can I cant Can I ? Yes, I can.
You can You cant Can you ? No, you cant.
He can He cant Can he ? Yes, he can.
She can She cant Can she ? No, she cant.
It can It cant Can it ? Yes, it can.
We can We cant Can we ? No, we cant.
You can You cant Can you ? Yes, you can.
They can They cant Can they ? No, they cant.

1 W
hat can the people in the pictures 3 O
rder the words to make questions. Write
do? Write sentences using the words in them in your notebook.
thebox.
Can you speak English?
act
can
Heplay the violin 1 you / Can / sing / ?
run
She
sing
They 2 run fast / Can / you / ?
3 Can / play the piano / you / ?
1 She can play the violin. 4 What languages / you / can / speak / ?
1 2
4 Look at the table and write sentences with
can or cant in your notebook.
Ted Carol Justin
play the violin
speak Chinese
run fast
Ted and Justin / play / the violin.
Ted and Justin can play the violin.
3 4 1 Carol / play the violin.
2 Ted and Justin / speak Chinese.
3 Ted and Carol / run fast.
4 Carol / speak Chinese.
5 Justin / run fast.

5  sk and answer the questions in


A
exercise 3. Use adverbs of manner.
Can you sing? Yes, I can. I sing well.
2 C
opy and complete the sentences with
can or cant. Pantomime
My friend / sing. I / not dance. Come to the front of the class and mime
something you can / cant do!
My friend can sing. I cant dance.
1 I / play chess. Im the school champion. Can you play tennis?
2 My dad / not speak English. No, I cant. Guess again!
3 My sister / ride a horse. Can you play
4 They / not go to a private school. table tennis? Yes, I can. Thats right!

60
Adverbs of frequency Adverbs of frequency: questions
Adverbs of frequency Adverbs of frequency: questions
0% never Do you usually have a shower in the morning?
sometimes How often does she play the guitar?
often
usually
100% always
7 Order the words to make questions.
Then write answers that are true for you
in your notebook.

Rules you / late / How often / for school / are / ?


Adverbs of frequency normally go after the verb be: How often are you late for school?
Sam is never late for school. Im sometimes late for school.
Adverbs of frequency normally go before the main
1 usually / Do / you / have breakfast / at
verb:
School always starts at eight oclock. 6am/ ?
2 usually / Do / have / you / dinner before
9pm / ?
6 R
ewrite the sentences in your notebook
using the adverbs of frequency in brackets. 3 meet / How often / you / your friends /
do/?
Amy gets up at six oclock. (always)
4 a musical instrument / How often / do /
Amy always gets up at six oclock.
you / play / ?
1 Amy practises ballet in her house before
5 you / How often / do / tidy your
breakfast. (usually)
bedroom/?
2 She dances in the gymnasium at school.
(sometimes) 8  sk and answer the questions in
A
3 She goes to ballet classes after school. exercise 7.
(often)
4 She is late for her ballet classes. (never)

9 R
ead and complete the dialogue with
the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
Grammar
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Sara Hi, Mary! I (1) (have got) two tickets
for the concert. (2) you (want) to go?
Mary What time (3) it (start)?
Sara The concert (4) (start) at 7.00.
Mary I usually (5) (go) to bed at 10.00 on Sundays.
Sara Those concerts always (6) (finish) at 9.30 and there (7) (be)
lots of buses home.
Mary OK, then.

10 Listen and check your answers.

Module 5 61
5b School subjects
Unit

Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words.
art and designdramaEnglishFrenchgeographyhistoryICT (information and
communication technology)literaturemathsmusicPE (physical education)science

2 Match pictures 112 with the words in exercise 1.


1 2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11 12

3 Copy and complete the table with the subjects in exercise 1 so that it is true for you.
Im very good at Im good at Im OK at Im bad at
science music

4  sk and answer questions


A
about school subjects.
Do you like science? Yes, I do. Im very good at it.

Listening
5 Listen to the interview. What is special
about Redroofs school?

6 Listen again. Write true or false in your notebook.


1 Students at Redroofs are very good at acting,
singing and dancing.
2 Students at Redroofs never study maths or
science.
3 There arent any after-school activities.
4 Luke loves going to school.
62
Speaking
Buying a ticket / Talking to a ticket seller
Model Dialogue

Attendant Alex
Can I help you? Yes. Have you got two tickets
for the musical?

For which day? Saturday, please.

Yes, we have. The tickets are 10 each, so thats


Here you are. What time does it start?
20, please.

It usually starts at seven oclock, but on Saturdays


OK, thanks.
it starts at eight oclock.

1 Listen to the dialogue. How much 2 Listen again and repeat the dialogue.
are the tickets?

3 Match questions 13 with answers ac.


1 For which day? a) On Fridays it starts at half past seven.
2 What time does it start? b) Yes. Have you got two tickets for the disco?
3 Can I help you? c) Friday, please.

Speaking Task
1 Talk to a ticket seller
Read the information and choose
an event.

FRIDAY AND SATURDAY


5.00 TIME: 7 PM
MONDAYFRIDAY
2 Prepare a dialogue 5.50
TIME: 5 PM
Look at the Model Dialogue and SATURDAY AND
change the words in blue. SUNDAY
6.00
TIME: 6.30 PM
3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogue. Can I help you?
Yes. Have you got tickets for ?

Module 5 63
Writing
An essay
1 Read the Model Text and listen. What
is Jades favourite school subject?

Model Text
My names Jade. Im 13 years old and I live in
New York. I go to high school. Im good at
music and I can play the drums. I often
practise at school because there are good
music rooms.
On a school day, I always get up at half past
six because I start school at eight oclock.
I have a shower, get dressed and have
breakfast.
Isometimes play the drums for a few
minutes before school!
My favourite school subject is ICT because
Ilove computers and technology.

Writing Task
2 L ook at the Tips. Find examples of
because in the Model Text. 1 Plan
Make notes about yourself and include:

Tips Name, age and town My names . Im years old


and I live in
because School I go to school.
We use because to give a reason: Abilities I can / Im good at
I often practise at school because there
Routine I always I sometimes
are good music rooms.
Favourite subject My favourite subject is because

3 M
atch 13 with ac. Then rewrite 2 Write
them in your notebook using Use the Model Text, your notes and this structure:
because.
Paragraph 1 Name, age, town, school and abilities
My favourite subject is PE because Paragraph 2 School day routine
Ilove sport. Paragraph 3 Favourite subject
1 I always get up at seven oclock.
3 Check
2 I play the piano every day.
3 Im good at French. can
present simple with adverbs of frequency
a) I start school at half past eight.
vocabulary for daily routines and school subjects
b) My dad is French.
because
c) I want to be a musician.

Go to the Writing guide 3 on page 106


to practise your writing skills.
64
Culture Reading

Home About News Subjects Search this site

About > UK Secondary schools

UK SECONDARY

SCHOOLS
In the UK, the school year starts in September
and finishes in July. Students have a six-week
holiday in the summer and two weeks at both
Christmas and Easter. They also have a one-
week holiday in October, February and May.
A typical day starts at quarter to nine and finishes
at quarter past three. Students always have
registration first and sometimes they have assembly
before classes. Lunch is usually at half past twelve.
After school, students can go to after-school clubs.
At most schools, students wear a uniform and they
never call their teachers by their first name. They
always call them Mr, Mrs or Miss and their surname,
for example Mr Smith.

1 Read and listen. Write true or false in your notebook.


Copy the sentenceswith the correct information.
1 UK students usually have 13 weeks of holiday every year.
2 A typical school day lasts five hours.
3 Students have assembly every day.
4 Students usually wear special clothes at school.
5 Most students call their teachers by their first name.

2 W
 hat are the differences between your school and
secondary schools in the UK?

Pronunciation
can / cant
a Listen and repeat. Can you hear the difference?
1 Students can go to after-school clubs.
2 Students cant go to after-school clubs.

b Listen and write the sentences in your notebook


choosing the correct forms.
1 They can / cant speak French.
2 My sister can / cant play the piano.
3 He can / cant play football.
4 I can / cant paint.

Module 5 65
Module 5 Progress Check

1 Match 16 with af and write them in your 5 Write questions for these answers in your
notebook. notebook. Use How often or usually.

1 do a) your room 1 I play basketball every Friday.


2 start b) to bed 2 No, I dont. I never go to school by bus.
3 get c) homework 3 Yes, I do. I love watching TV before school.
4 go d) school 4 I talk on the phone every day.
5 have e) dressed 5 No, I dont. I never do my homework in the
6 tidy f) a shower library.
6 I meet my friends three times a week.
2 Copy and complete the timetable with the
times and the school subjects. 6 Order the words to make questions.
Write them in your notebook.
Monday
1 you / How often / do / tidy your room ?
From eight 2 usually / Do / go / you / to bed before 9 pm ?
to quarter to 3 you / late / How often / for school / are ?
8.00-8.45 Geography
nine we have 4 a musical instrument / How often / do /
Geography. you / play ?
5 usually / Do / you / get up / at 4 am ?
9.00-9.30 6 Sandra / paint / Does / usually / at the art club?
(1)
7 Write the adverbs of frequency in the
9.45-10.30 correct place.
(2)
alwayssometimesusually
10.45-11.30
(3) never
0%
rarely
11.45-12.30
(4)
often

12.45-13.30
(5)
100%

3 Write sentences in your notebook with


can or cant. Self-Check
1 I / play the piano.
Exercise no. Score
2 My boyfriend / not sing.
1 6 2 = 12
3 Our classmates / dance.
2 10 2 = 20
4 My grandad / speak Spanish.
3 6 2 = 12
5 My sister / not swim well.
4 5 2 = 10
6 They / play the violin.
5 6 2 = 12
4 Make the sentences in exercise 3 6 6 2 = 12
interrogative and write them in your 7 6 2 = 12
notebook. Total 90
Granted points 10
Final score 100

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Module
Sport for
6 everybody

In this module you will learn:


Vocabulary Sport
Expressing opinion
Grammar Adjectives of opinion
Present simple with wh - questions
Prepositions of movement
Speaking Making arrangements / Going out
Writing Writing an e-mail to a pen pal

Find the page numbers for:

?
Two men boxing
A ticket for a rugby match
A girl with a surfing board

Competences: 1.1; 1.2; 2.1; 2.2; 3.2; 4.2. 67


6a Sport
Unit

Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words. Match them with pictures 114.
catchdancedivehitjumpkickloserunscoreshoutthrowtrainwalkwin

1
2 3 4 5

7
6 8
9 10

11
12 14
13

2 Copy and complete the table with the words in the box. Can you add more?

athleticsbasketballcyclingfootballgolfhockeyjudo
rugbysnowboardingsurfingswimmingtennisyoga

play go do
hockey

3 Listen to Dan and Hannah. What sports do they do in their free time?

4 In pairs, ask and answer questions about the sports you do.

What sports do you do?


I play football and basketball.

68
Reading
Word Check
Sports diary Saturday 15th March long-distancewarm up
protection

Mo Farah is a long-distance runner and an Olympic gold medal


winner. He is British, but he lives and trains in the USA. Mo Farah
goes jogging every day of the week. He loves running and
a
training hard. Here are some of the things he does in a typical
days training.

He runs fast and slowly, for long and short distances.


He always runs slowly when he warms up.

b c

Mo loves football. Hes an


Arsenal fan. He often kicks As part of his training, Mo
a football around in training. sometimes boxes. When he does
He doesnt always score that he hits his trainers hands.
goals, but he usually has It isnt dangerous because they
a lot of fun! always wear protection!

What do athletes do when they dont train?


When they prepare for a competition, they
only sleep, eat and train.
Facts
Mo Farah runs 190 kilometres a week
Train hard, win easily, they say! as part of his training.

1 Read and listen. Does Mo love 3 W


rite true or false in your notebook. Copy the
football? sentences with the correct information.
1 Mo Farah does a lot of different training
2 R
ead the text again. Match sentences
activities.
13 with pictures ac.
2 His favourite football team is Arsenal.
1 He kicks the ball. 3 He always boxes when he trains.
2 He hits his trainers hands. 4 Mo never goes to discos when he prepares
3 He runs slowly. for a competition.

Module 6 69
Grammar
Present simple with wh - questions

Rules
People Who Who do you play tennis with? Tom.
Who runs the marathon? Mo.
We use the present Objects What What programmes do you watch National
simple to talk about on TV? Geographic.
routines and habits. Which Which sport does he like: tennis Tennis.
We use every week,
or football?
always, never, Places Where Where do you live? In London.
generally, on Mondays,
at the weekend, Time When When do they go on holiday? In July.
in the morning, What time What time does the match start? At 8 p.m.
in the afternoon,
Manner How How do they run? Fast.
in the evening with
the present simple. Reason Why Why do you go to the gym every Because I
week? want to be fit.

1 Copy and complete the sentences with the affirmative form of the verbs in brackets.
1 In November we (watch) the
New York Marathon.
2 My friend (run) in the New York
Marathon.
3 Many runners (collect) money
to donate to charity.
4 Some people (wear) strange
clothes like the Superman in the
picture!
5 The marathon (start) at 11 a.m.
6 The participants (train) hard
every day.
7 The 2020 Olympic Games (take)
place in Tokyo, Japan.

2 Ask questions to the words in bold in exercise 1. Write them in your notebook.
The students play hockey at the sports centre.
What do the students play? Hockey.

3 Write complete sentences in your notebook. Use the negative form of the verbs.
1 My parents / shout / at me.
2 He / do / yoga / every week.
3 My friends / swim / in the evening.
4 Mo / train / for the New York Marathon.
5 We / play / rugby / at the weekend.

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Prepositions of movement 6 Find 5 prepositions of movement in the
wordsearch.

Tips F
S
R
W
O
E
M
A
Z
C
T
S
O
U
A preposition of movement is a word or group of words,
I R U Y X B T
such as: up, down, over, into, out of, from to used to
show a change in place or position as a result of moving. N X P L A M B
T Q D O W N O
O O V E R Y F

7 Look at the pictures on the left and write


the sentences in your notebook choosing
the correct preposition.
1 We usually climb to the top of the
up down mountain.
2 Felix never runs the stairs.
3 It is forbidden to jump the swimming
pool.
4 My mother gets the house at 8 a.m.
every morning.
over into 5 A lot of tourists in London go the Tower
Bridge.
6 Eurostar trains travel London Paris in
A B a few hours.

out of from A to B

8 R
ead the dialogue and write it in your
notebook choosing the correct words.
Grammar
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Barry Hi, Anne! What does you do / do you do
(1)

here?
Anne I (2)goes / go to the sports centre.
Barry Really? Why?
Anne Ive got (3)a / an judo competition.
Barry Really? (4)Does / Can you do judo?
Anne Yes, I (5)can / do.
Barry My friend Matt (6)do / does judo.
Anne Matt Davis? Hes amazing.
He (7)always / never wins.
Barry Yes, hes really good. Look!
The bus (8)come / comes. See you tomorrow!
Anne Yeah! See you tomorrow!

9 Listen and check.

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6b What is it like?
Unit

Vocabulary
Adjectives of opinion
1 Listen and repeat the words.
amazingboringdangerousdifficulteasyexcitingfuninteresting

2 Match pictures 14 with adjectives in exercise 1.


1 2

3 4

3 Match sentences ad with pictures 14.


a) I cant rollerblade. Its very difficult. c) Many rugby players have accidents. Its a
b) I hate golf. Its really boring. dangerous sport.
d) We love volleyball. Its fun!

Listening
4 Listen to the dialogue. What is Cathys problem?

5 Listen again. Write the correct answers in your notebook.


1 Cathy is 3 On Saturdays, Cathy normally has on the bus.
a) at home. b) on a bus. a) breakfast b) dinner
2 In winter, Cathy usually 4 Cathy thinks that snowboarding is sport.
a) goes to the mountains. a) a boring b) an exciting
b) watches TV.
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Speaking
Making arrangements / Going out
Model Dialogue
dialogue
Olivia
Alice
Hi, Alice! Are you free today?
Yes, I am. Why?
Do you want to come to a football
match?
OK. When does it start?
The match starts at three oclock.
Lets meet at two oclock then.
Good idea. See you then.
Great!

1 Read the dialogue. What time does the 3 W


rite the sentences in the correct order in
match start? your notebook.
a) Yes, I am. Why?
2 In pairs, make up similar dialogues.
b) Do you want to come to a tennis match?
c) Lets meet at two oclock then. 6
d) OK. When does it start?
e) Hi, Alice! Are you free today? 1
f) The match starts at three oclock.

Speaking Task
1 Talk about going out
Read the information and choose a match. Day 9 ENTRANCE
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2 Prepare a dialogue
Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue.

3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogue.
Hi! Are you free today?
Yes, I am. Why?

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Writing
An e-mail to a pen pal
1 Read the Model Text and listen. Answer the questions in
your notebook.
1 What is Lilys favourite sport?
2 When does Lily usually go surfing?

Model Text
To:Sam From:Lily
Subject: My favourite sport
Hi! Im Lily and I live in France. I love all water sports, so I often go
to the beach or swimming pool. My favourite sport is surfing. My
mum says its dangerous and difficult, but I think its amazing!
You need a wetsuit and a surfboard. A good surfboard costs
more than 400, so surfing is expensive. You can borrow
a board from a friend, of course, thats free!
I usually go surfing at the weekend with my friends.

2 L ook at the Tips. Find examples of Writing Task


so in the Model Text.
1 Plan
Make notes about your favourite sport
Tips and include:
Sport My favourite sport is so I go
so
Its amazing
I love all water sports, so I often go to the
Equipment You need and
beach or swimming pool.
How often you do your favourite sport
I usually go / play / do
3 M
atch the sentence halves then rewrite
them using so in your notebook. 2 Write
Use the Model Text, your notes and this
Its very hot here in summer, so we often go structure:
swimming in the sea.
Paragraph 1 Name, where you live, favourite sport
1 Its very hot here in summer,
Paragraph 2 Equipment
2 I want to be a professional basketball
Paragraph 3 How often you do your favourite
player,
sport
3 I cant kick a ball,
4 My mum says judo is dangerous, 3 Check
5 I love tennis, present simple
a) I dont play football. adverbs of frequency
b) she doesnt send me to classes. vocabulary for sports and adjectives of opinion
c) I have tennis lessons after school. so
d) I practise every day.
e) we often go swimming in the sea. Go to the Writing guide 4 on page 108
to practise your writing skills.
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Culture Reading

Traditional sports
The Irish love sports.
Read about their most
popular sports.

Gaelic football Hurling


The most amazing spectator sport in Hurling is the second most popular sport.
Ireland is Gaelic football. It is a combination Players run across the field with their sticks
of football and rugby. Thirty players kick, called hurleys. They can carry the ball on their
pass and run with the ball. Its dangerous, stick or hit the ball into the air. Its fast and fun,
but very exciting! In this sport, the players but it isnt easy. In this game, two players
jump for the ball. try to catch the ball with their hurleys.

1 Read and listen. Then answer the


questions.
1 What is Gaelic football?
2 Is hurling a fast sport?
3 How many players play at one time?

2 What are the traditional sports


in Romania?

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Module 6 Progress Check

1 Match the verbs with pictures 15. 5 Complete the questions with the
interrogative form of the verbs in brackets.
divejumprunscorethrow Write them in your notebook.
1 2 1 your classmates (speak) English?
2 students (play) hockey at school?
3 your dad (train) at sports centre?
4 your teacher (participate) in sporting
events?
3 4 5
5 you (watch) National Geographic
channel?

6 Answer the questions in exercise 5 so that


they are true for you. Use short answers.

7 Write questions so that the words in bold


2 Complete the sentences with the correct
are the answers. Use: what, where, when,
adjectives. Write them in your notebook.
how, what time, who.
1 The rules of judo are . I dont understand
1 I play hockey every Sunday.
them. (difficult / amazing)
2 Our family go to the mountains every
2 Tennis is . I love playing it! (fun / boring)
winter.
3 I can hit the ball! Its . (easy / difficult)
3 My brother does judo on Mondays
4 Snowboarding is a / an sport. There are
and Thursdays.
lots of accidents. (easy / dangerous)
4 My parents play golf at the weekend.
5 Its when your team wins a football
5 I do my homework at 7 p.m.
match. (amazing / boring)
6 She goes to school by bus.
6 Playing golf is . (difficult / exciting).
I really love it!

3 Complete the sentences with the present


simple form of play, go or do. Write them in
Self-Check
your notebook.
Exercise no. Score
1 Andy and Jess rugby at the weekend. 1 5 2 = 10
2 I (not) judo in the morning. 2 6 2 = 12
3 My sister basketball on Fridays. 3 5 2 = 10
4 My friends (not) surfing in winter. 4 5 3 = 15
5 You (not) golf in the evening. 5 5 2 = 10
6 5 3 = 15
4 Make the sentences in exercise 3 negative.
7 6 3 = 18
Write them in your notebook.
Total 90
Granted points 10
Final score 100

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Round up 3 (Module 5 - 6)
Vocabulary practice
Daily routines School subjects
1 Order the letters to make words. Follow 4 Look at the pictures in the sentences
the lines to write the sentences in your below. Copy and complete the timetable
notebook. in your notebook.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


1 sah nerdin Sarah at PE French drama maths
seven oclock.
English art and geography
design
B R E A K
2 steg pu She at history ICT literature
half past eight.
1 Ive got on Wednesday.

3 ogse ot deb She at 2 Ive got on Thursday.


eight oclock.
3 Ive got on Friday.

4 Ive got on Monday.


4 sartts olscho She at
half past ten.
5 Ive got on Tuesday.
Sport
2 Find 14 sports verbs and write them in your notebook.

VELOSET
CO RERUNDAN UTDI RA
C KS CEC
ATC SHO IN
KI OW W
H HITJU THR IN
MPWALK

3 Look at the code. Write the sports in your Adjectives of opinion


notebook.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 5 Order the letters in the same colour
a b c d e f g h i squares to make five adjectives.
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Write them in your notebook.
j k l m n o p q r
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26
s t u v w x y z A A S G B G
I R F E D E
8, 15, 3, 11, 5, 25
play
2, 1, 19, 11, 5, 20, 2, 1, 12, 12 T L N U G G
1, 20, 8, 12, 5, 20, 9, 3, 19 N Z N I S N
do
10, 21, 4, 15 R F U T N O
3, 25, 3, 12, 9, 14, 7 I O C E M I
go
19, 21, 18, 6, 9, 14, 7
I R A I D T

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Round up 3 (Module 5 - 6)
Grammar practice
1 Copy and complete the sentences with the 4 Write wh - questions to the words in bold
affirmative (+) or negative () form of can. in your notebook.
Horses can run fast. (+) Tom goes rollerblading every day.
1 We do this exercise. () When does Tom go rollerblading?
2 They speak French. (+) 1 I meet my friends on Sunday.
3 She play the piano. () 2 We usually come back home from school
4 You ride a horse well. (+) at 6 p.m.
5 He drive a motorcycle. () 3 They watch TV after they do their
6 I cook very well. (+) homework.
4 Chris tidies his room in the evening.
2 Write questions and complete the short
5 The girls do gymnastics at the sports
answers in your notebook.
centre.
she / speak English?
6 The little girl plays the piano beautifully.
Can she speak English?
Yes, she can. 5 Fill in the gaps with the right prepositions
1 they / make / good pasta? of movement.
Yes, . 1 My cat climbs the tree very fast.
2 your dad / play a musical instrument? 2 We crossed the bridge in the park
No, . to get to the rollercoaster.
3 your teacher / use a digital whiteboard? 3 It takes 3 hours to go Bucharest
Yes, . Constanta.
4 your friends / ice skate? 4 She always goes fast the ski slope.
Yes, . 5 They never jump the pool.
5 these athletes / run very fast? 6 My rabbit comes the cage when
Yes, . I call it.
6 you / fix a car?
6 Ask questions using the present simple.
No, .
How often / he / go / to the gym
3 Correct the errors in the red words. Rewrite How often does he go to the gym?
the whole sentences in your notebook. 1 What / language / they / speak / in Spain
I never am late for school. 2 What / time / you / go / to bed
I am never late for school. 3 How / this computer / work
1 Always I have breakfast in the morning. 4 Why / he / ask / a lot of / questions
2 He tidies his bedroom never. 5 Who / he / meet / with
3 We usually are in class at 9.30. 6 When / they / have / English / classes
4 Often we go to the cinema.
5 She goes sometimes to ballet classes
after school. Lets sing!
6 They go never jogging at night. Follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=UExR8GZmRLA
Listen to The Favourite Sport Song For Kids.
a) Write the sports mentioned in the song
In your notebook.
b) Bring the song to the class to sing
it together.

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Module

7 At home

In this module you will learn:


Vocabulary Rooms and furniture
Household objects
Grammar The definite and indefinite articles
There / it
Speaking Asking for information / On a school trip
Writing My dream room a description

Find the page numbers for:

?
A bookcase
A laptop
Coloured toothbrushes

Competences: 1.3; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; 3.2; 3.3; 4.1; 4.2. 79


Rooms
Unit

7a and furniture
Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words. Match them with pictures 113.
armchairbedbookcasechaircookercupboarddesklampmirrorsofatable
toiletwardrobe

1
4 5
3

8
9
6

11

12

10 13

2 Match the rooms with the words in exercise 1.


bathroombedroomdining roomkitchenliving room

3 Listen to Regina and Liam. Where do they do their homework?

4 In pairs, find out where your partner does the actions in the box.

do homeworkhave breakfasthave dinnerlisten to musicreadwatch TV

Where do you usually read?


I usually read in my bedroom.

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Reading
Word Check
History file fireplaceterracedneighbourssemi-detached

HISTORY ON AN
ENGLISH
STREET
On an English street, there is
often a variety of houses from
different periods of history.

A B C

The Victorian era is the start of Semi-detached houses are very In the 1990s, old factories in the
industrial Britain and many people popular in the 1950s. Downstairs, city are empty, so they become flats.
move to the cities. There are many there is usually a kitchen, a living Young people like living near the city
houses from that era. There is a fireplace room and a dining room. Upstairs, centre and they rent these flats. They
in each room for heating in the 1850s. there are usually two or three are very big, but they arent expensive.
Victorian terraced houses have bedrooms and a bathroom. There are There isnt a garden, but there
neighbours on both sides. more cars on the roads in the 1950s, so is a lot of space. There is a kitchen,
these houses have usually got a garage. a bathroom and bedrooms.
On one side a neighbours home joins
their house.

1 R
ead the first sentence of each paragraph in the text.
Then match headings 13 with paragraphs AC.
Facts
1 The 1990s flat Most people in Britain live in
semi-detached houses.
2 The 1850s Victorian house
3 The 1950s semi

2 Read and listen to the text. Write the correct 3 Write the answers to the questions
answers in your notebook. below in your notebook.
1 The houses on an English street are 1 Why have Victorian terraced
a) very similar. b) often different. c) all flats. houses got fireplaces?
2 Victorian terraced houses have got 2 Why has the 1950s
a) fireplaces. b) windows. c) a garage. semi-detached house got
3 The 1950s semi-detached house has usually got a garage?
a) neighbours on both sides. b) a garage. 3 Why do young people like living
c) a pool. in flats in the 1990s?
4 Flats in old factories are often 4 Which type of house has
a) very small. b) in a city. c) expensive. neighbours on one side?

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Grammar
Definite and indefinite articles

Rules
definite article: the

There are many flats in the UK. We use the


a) when we talk about something specific or when
The flats in old factories are not expensive. the same noun is mentioned the second time.
Lucy has got a funny game for her birthday.
The game is from her cousin.
b) with countries when they include the words: state,
indefinite article: a / an kingdom, republic The United States, The United
Kingdom, The Czech Republic.
There is a large garden behind my house. c) with geographical names: The Atlantic Ocean,
The Mexico Gulf.
There is an armchair in my bedroom. We use a / an
a) when we talk about singular countable nouns or
we mention them for the first time
He eats a banana and an orange every day.
b) when we talk about a job or a profession.
Fionas father is a doctor and her mother
is an actress.

4 I like tennis. It is great game.


a) the b) a c) an
5 How much is holiday to Bali?
a) an b) a c) the
6 Help me choose birthday present, please.
1 Complete the text with the, a / an. a) a b) an c) the
Write it in your notebook.
3 Write the sentences in your notebook using
Historically, (1) black tent is (2) home of the, a / an.
(3)
nomadic people of (4) Arab world.
1 igloo is traditional house of Inuit
(5)
hair from animals is (6) traditional
people.
material. (7) tents are not hot during the
2 Snow is traditional material for igloos in
day. They arent cold at night either. These
Canada and Greenland.
traditional houses are perfect for nomads
3 In other Arctic areas, bone is main
because they are not heavy. People still live
material.
in (8) black tent today.
4 small igloo is temporary house.
2 Read the sentences choosing a, b or c. 5 big, permanent igloo is traditionally
home of about 20 people.
1 I want to buy laptop computer next week.
a) an b) a c) the
2 Can you please go to grocery store?
a) a b) an c) the
3 Please meet me at the train station in
hour.
a) the b) an c) a

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there / it 3 C
hoose the correct form of the words in
bold. Write the sentences in your notebook.

Rules Its / Theres time to have a break.


Its time to have a break.
English sentences have a subject (except for
imperative sentences). So, if we dont have any other 1 Its / Theres five oclock in the afternoon.
subject, we can use there or it. 2 Its / Theres Sunday, my favourite day of
the week.
3 Its / Theres very hot today.
We use there to introduce new information 4 Its / Theres a pen on the desk.
or say that something / someone exists. 5 Its / Theres a large living room in my house.
6 Its / Theres a garden behind the house.
There is a coffee shop next to the station.
Theres a new student in my class. 4 Choose Its or theres and write correct
There are blue houses on that street. sentences in your notebook.
a beautiful forest near our village.
Theres a beautiful forest near our village.
We use it with times, days and weather. 1 a new wardrobe in the bedroom.
Its two oclock. 2 a new film at the cinema.
Its Wednesday. 3 time to go.
Its cold. 4 Friday afternoon. Time for football.
5 tea or coffee. Which do you prefer?
6 8 p.m. The film starts immediately.

5 F ill in the gaps with it or there to complete


the dialogue.
Grammar
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Rachel Whats that?
Louis (1)
is an old telephone.
Rachel But look! (2) arent any buttons!
Louis  I know. (3) isnt any button in the
old phones. (4) is a dial, but no
buttons.
Rachel Thats interesting!
Louis  And look at this old black and
white TV. (5) is my dads.
Rachel Wheres the remote control?
Louis  (6)
isnt a remote control for this
TV model. (7) is a dial on the TV.
You can change the channel with it.
Rachel Thats amazing!

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Household
Unit

7b objects
Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words.
cameradishwasherfridgelaptopmicrowavemp3 playerremote controltelephone
toothbrushwashing machine

2 Match pictures 110 with the words in exercise 1.

1 2 3 4 5

6 7 8 9 10

3 Write the sentences word in your notebook choosing the correct words.
1 A washing machine / dishwasher cleans 3 A laptop / microwave is a portable
clothes. computer.
2 An mp3 player / A remote control 4 A camera / fridge makes food cold.
changes channels on a TV. 5 A toothbrush / telephone cleans teeth.

Listening
4 Listen to a radio programme about the history of the toothbrush. Copy the list
below in your notebook and number the words in the order you hear them.
a) hair from pigs b)
wood from trees
c) nylon d) hair from horses

5 L isten again and write the sentences in your notebook


choosing the correct words.
1 The first toothbrushes come from Spain / Egypt.
2 The ancient Egyptian toothbrushes are made of wood / nylon.
3 The Chinese make toothbrushes with horsehair / pig hair.
4 The nylon brushes come from America / Europe in 1938.
5 Modern electric toothbrushes appeared in the shops in 1939 / 1987.
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Speaking
Asking for information / On a school trip
dialogue
Model Dialogue
Lucas
Assistant
Excuse me. Where is the
information centre?
Its on the ground floor.
Thanks! And is there a gift shop?
Yes, there is. Its on the
first floor, beside the caf.
What time does the gift shop close?
It closes at half past five.
Thanks for your help.
Youre welcome.

1 Listen to the dialogue. Where is 3 Match 14 with ad.


the gift shop?
1 Where are a) a shop?
2 Is there b) the toilets?
2 L isten again and repeat the dialogue.
What time does the gift shop close? 3 Its next to c) the first floor.
4 Its on d) the caf.

Speaking Task
1 Talk about a school trip
Read the information. Choose what you want to see.

Information
centre: 10.0018.00

2 Prepare a dialogue
Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue.

3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogues.
Excuse me. Where is the Royal Library?
Its on the first floor.

Module 7 85
Writing
A description
1  ead the Model Text and listen.
R
Answer the questions in your
notebook.
1 What room does Molly dream about?
2 What is there in her dream room?
3 What is her favourite object? Why?

Model Text
My dream room
I often dream about my perfect room. It is
enormous! There are two big windows. There is
a blue bookcase with lots of interesting books.
There is a purple wardrobe and a white laptop.
There is a fridge with my favourite food. There isnt
a television but there is a cinema screen. There is
also a sofa bed for my friends.
My favourite object is a robot it finishes my
homework and plays games with me!

Writing Task
2 L ook at the Tips. Find examples of
1 and 2 in the Model Text. 1 Plan
Make notes about your dream room and include:

Tips Room I often dream about my perfect room.


It is
Adjectives Furniture and objects There is / are
1 Adjectives go before the noun:
There isnt / arent
There is a purple wardrobe.
2 Adjectives havent got a plural form: Favourite object My favourite object is
There are two big windows.
2 Write
Use the Model Text, your notes and this structure:
3 R
ewrite the sentences below
in your notebook with the Paragraph 1 Your dream room
adjectives in brackets. Paragraph 2 Furniture and objects
Paragraph 3 Your favourite object
There is a bookcase. (blue)
There is a blue bookcase. 3 Check
1 In my bedroom, there is a desk. is / there; there is / there are
(brown). vocabulary for rooms, furniture and household
2 There are two lamps. (small) objects
3 There are two chairs. (white) adjectives
4 There is a wardrobe. (big)

86
Culture Reading

FACTS AND FIGURES


1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is the home
of the President of the USA. Its original
name is the Presidents Palace. In 1901,
President Roosevelt changes its name to
the White House.
Its construction starts in 1792 and
finishes in 1800. John Adams is the first
president to live there. Today, there are
six floors and three lifts. There are also
132 rooms and 35 bathrooms.
Now, the house has also got a swimming
pool, a tennis court, a cinema and
a bowling alley.

Read the text and answer the questions.


1 Who lives and works at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue?
2 What is the original name of this house?
3 Which president changes its name to the White House?
4 Who is the first president to live there?
5 How many floors are there in the original White House?
6 What sports facilities are there today?

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Module 7 Progress Check

1 Look at the room plan. Write the furniture A B C A B C


words in your notebook. 1 a an the 8 the a an
2 the a an 9 the an a
3 an the a 10 an the a
4 the a an 11 an a the
5 a an the 12 a an the
1 6 an the a 13 an the a
4 7 a an the 14 the an a
2

4 Fill in the gaps with Its or Theres and write


the sentences in your notebook.
1 a large park behind our house.
3
2 sunny but cold today.
3 a funny clown at the party.
4 Saturday morning. We meet friends for a
tennis match.
5
5 both lemon and orange juice. Which do
you prefer?
2 Match 18 with ah to make words 6 11 a.m. Kids go out to play.
denoting household objects.
5 Order the words and write the sentences
1 micro a) case in your notebook.
2 remote b) top
1 town / my grandparents / small / live / a / in .
3 lap c) wave
2 language / difficult / Chinese / is / Europeans
4 cup d) machine
/ for / a .
5 book e) chair
3 usually / she / clothes / buys / fashionable .
6 washing f) board
4 is / this / story / interesting / a / very .
7 arm g) washer
5 they / wonderful / visit / art galleries / during
8 dish h) control
the holidays .
3 Read the text below and choose A, B or C.
striking feature of North America is (2)
Self-Check
(1)

vast chain of lakes which separates Canada


from (3) United States. Lake Superior, (4)
greatest of these onland seas, is (5) largest Exercise no. Score
body of fresh water in (6) world. (7) other 1 5 2 = 10
principal lakes are Lakes Huron, Michigan, 2 8 2 = 16
Erie and Ontario; from (8) last of which 3 14 3 = 42
issues (9) noble river of St. Lawrence, which 4 6 2 = 12
runs (10) uninterrupted course of seven 5 5 2 = 10
hundred miles before it reaches (11) Atlantic. Total 90
There is thus (12) continuous current from Granted points 10
(13)
most remote tributary of Lake Superior Final score 100
to (14) Gulf of St. Lawrence, a distance of
more than two thousand miles.

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Module
Special
8 days

In this module you will learn:


Vocabulary Clothes
Weather and seasons
Grammar The imperative
Speaking Inviting a friend to a party / Going to a party
Writing Writing a postcard

Find the page numbers for:

?
Kids wearing party hats
An Indian couple wearing
traditional costumes
Bowling pins and ball

Competences: 1.3; 2.2; 2.4; 3.2; 4.1; 4.2. 89


Unit

8a Clothes
Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words. Match them with 113 in the pictures.
bootscoatdressjacketjeansjumperscarfshirtshortsskirttrainerstrousersT-shirt

2 Match descriptions 14 with pictures af.

a b c d

6
2
4

5 6
8

7
3

e f

13

10 11

9 12

1 Im at the beach wearing a skirt and a jumper.


2 This is me at a party.
3 This is me on holiday wearing shorts and a T-shirt.
4 In winter I usually wear a scarf, a jacket and boots.

3 Listen to Jasmine and Hammed. What do they wear to parties?

4 I n pairs, ask and answer questions about the clothes you wear. Use the words in
the box.

to partiesto weddingsto schoolonChristmas Dayat the weekend

What do you wear to parties?


I wear a dress or jeans and a T-shirt.

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Reading
Guidebook Word Check
energetic
symbol
jewelleryfireworks

A B C
Ceilidhs are traditional Many people in Britain have You can be sure it isnt warm on
dances from Scotland and Indian origins and they Bonfire Night so its good to wear
Ireland. The music is fast follow different traditions coats, scarves and boots.
and energetic so people when they get married. The The British celebrate Bonfire
wear dancing shoes. traditional colour isnt white, Night on the 5th November, when
Girls wear what they want: its red, because this colour is the nights are cold and dark.
jeans, skirts or trousers; the symbol of new life. An People stand around bonfires,
boys wear kilts. A kilt is a Indian bride wears a watch fireworks and eat potatoes
traditional Scottish skirt for beautiful long red sari with and sausages. Its a magical night
men and boys. Its perfect red and gold jewellery and of fire and food!
for dancing. red henna paint on her
hands.

1 Read and listen. Then match headings 13


with paragraphs AC.
1 Not all brides wear white Facts
2 Celebrating in the cold Bonfire Night is a celebration which reminds
us of the failed Gunpowder Plot: an attempt
3 Men in skirts
to blow up the Houses of Parliament in
London on 5th November 1605.
2 Read the text again. Answer the questions.
1 Where do ceilidhs come from?
2 What do girls wear to a ceilidh?
3 What is the traditional colour at an Indian wedding? Why?
4 Why does the text recommend coats, hats and scarves on Bonfire Night?
5 What do people eat on Bonfire Night?

3 Find words for these definitions.


1 a traditional skirt from Scotland for men
2 a woman who gets married
3 a red substance for colouring hair or skin
4 a big fire at celebrations

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Grammar
The imperative
The imperative affirmative
Come to the Bonfire Night party! Rules
Show me your new dress, please! a. We use the imperative to tell someone to do or
not to do something.
b. The imperative can be used to command or to
The imperative negative give instructions and direct orders.
Dont go out in your T-shirt! Nights are cold here.
Dont stay up late!

1 W
rite instructions matching the first column
to the second one.
Tips
We can also use the imperative to make a request,
1 Look at the a when it rains but we should use a polite word before the verb:
blackboard Please wait here!

2 Dont step b candies from


strangers 2 P
ut the words in the correct order and
3 Dont accept c before you leave write the instructions in your notebook.
the house Look at the picture below and write more
imperative sentences.
4 Take your keys d to bring the CDs
5 Dont watch TV e late at night that / dont / please / chair / sit / on.
6 Bring your f on the lawn Please dont sit on that chair!
dictionaries 1 your / raise / please / hand.
7 Take your umbrella g 
for the English 2 teacher / listen / your / please / to.
class 3 on / please / desk / the / sit / dont.
8 Dont forget h 
to copy the 4 classmate / work / please / with / your.
exercise 5 play / dont / football / the / in / classroom.

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3 Read the rap and identify the
imperatives. Write them in your
notebook.
Join the game rap
Come into the room
And say your name! 1 5
Shake hands with your friends
And join the game!

Dont forget the rules!


Dont show up late!
Listen to instructions. 2 6
Having fun is great!

4 Look at the pictures and match


them with the instructions
in the box.

Be quiet!
3 7
Take out your book!
Raise your hand!
Pay attention to the teacher!
Stand up!
Sit down!
Read the poem! 4 8
Listen!

5 C
omplete the dialogue with the correct
Grammar
imperative forms of the verbs in brackets. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
Fiona Hi, Jade! (1) (Come) shopping with me!
Jade Hi, Fiona. (2) (Wait) a minute! I have to meet
Rachel, my sister.
Fiona (3)
(Call) Rachel and (4) (tell) her to come
with us!
Jade Hi, Rachel! (5) (Meet) Fiona and me in front of
the department store to go shopping together.
Rachel Great! I come as fast as I can.
Please (6) (not leave) without me!
Jade (7)
(not hurry). We have enough time.
Fiona Please (8) (ask) Rachel to bring me the One
Direction CD.
Jade (9)
(not forget) to bring Fiona the CD!
Rachel OK. (10) (see) you soon!

Module 8 93
Weather
Unit

8b and seasons
Vocabulary
1 Listen and repeat the words.
cloudycolddryhotrainysnowystormysunnywarmwetwindy

2 Match pictures 111 with the words in exercise 1.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

3 Ask and answer questions about your favourite season.

spring summer

autumn winter

Whats your Its autumn. Its rainy, but I


favourite season? love the colour of the trees.

Listening
4 Listen to the conversation. Where do Tim
and Gina go?

5 Listen again and answer the questions.


1 What do people burn on the bonfires?
2 What three activities does Gina do on the beach?
3 What do they do before going to the beach?
4 What does Gina wear?
5 Why does Tim take a jumper?
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Speaking
Inviting a friend to a party / Going to a party
Model Dialogue
dialogue
Jason
Lets have a barbecue tomorrow. Kyle
Do you want to come?
Yes, of course! What time does
it start?
At one oclock.
Great. And what time does it finish?
At about half past three.
Brilliant. See you at one oclock.
OK. See you then.

1 Read the dialogue. What time does the 2 L ook at the Model Dialogue and complete
barbecue start? the questions in your notebook.
1 you want to come?
2 What time it start?
3 What does it finish?

Speaking Task
1 Talk about going to a party
First, choose a party.

BOWLING PICNIC IN
PARTY THE PARK
7PM 9 PM 12.30 pm3.30 pm

2 Prepare a dialogue
Look at the Model Dialogue and change the words in blue.

3 Speak
In pairs, practise your dialogues.

Lets have a bowling party Great idea! What time


tomorrow! Do you want to come? does it start?

Module 8 95
Writing
A postcard
1 Read the Model Text and listen. Answer the questions in your notebook.
1 Where is Patrick?
2 How does he spend his time?
3 Whats the weather like?

Model Text
Hi Mike,
I am on holiday in Edinburgh.
The train journey seems to be a bit boring because it
usually takes about six hours to get here!
Every day we see comedy shows, visit museums or go
to the circus. The weathers fantastic. It often rains in
Edinburgh in August, but now its dry and sunny.
We also want to explore the mountains. Its cold there,
so I have to remember to take my jumper and my scarf.
See you soon!
Patrick

Writing Task
2 L ook at the Tips. Find examples of four
connectors in the Model Text. Which 1 Plan
one isnt in the text?
Make notes for your postcard and include:

Tips
Where you are I am / We are
The journey The journey
Connectors Your activities We
Improve your writing by using a variety
The weather The weather is . Its and
of connectors: More plans We also
and, but, so, then and because.
2 Write
3 Write the sentences in your notebook Use the Model Text, your notes and this
choosing the correct words. structure:
I go to Edinburgh in August because / Paragraph 1 where you are, the journey
but I am on holiday. Paragraph 2 the activities you do every day,
I go to Edinburgh in August because I am theweather
on holiday. Paragraph 3 more plans, say goodbye
1 He always leaves home late so / also
he takes a taxi.
3 Check
2 It often rains in May but / and it is c orrect use of present simple
warm and sunny today. vocabulary for weather and travel
3 First we visit the museum, then / so we connectors: and, but, so, then, because
go to the city centre.
4 They say the weather is hot and /
because dry at this time of year.
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Culture Reading

HOME NEWS INFO LINE UP HISTORY SHOP

GLASTONBURY
Come to Glastonbury
FESTIVAL
but bring an umbrella!
Glastonbury Festival is a big cultural event in Britain.
It usually takes place on the last weekend in June. There
are over 600 acts every year rock, pop and dance music,
circus, dance shows, comedy and more.
There are 137,500 tickets that go on sale in October,
but they usually sell all of them in one day.
When you go to Glastonbury, you can take a tent, and
remember to take boots and coats because it often rains!
Its sometimes windy and stormy too, so bring warm
clothes, but take your T-shirts and sun cream too. This
is Britain, so you never know how the weather changes!

Read the text and write true or false in your notebook.


Correct the false sentences.
Glastonbury is only a music festival. F
Glastonbury Festival is a big cultural event.
1 It takes place in the autumn.
2 There is a lot of classical music at Glastonbury.
3 There are more than 140,000 tickets.
4 You can buy your ticket in October.
5 You have to be prepared for all types of weather.

Pronunciation
/s/
a Listen and repeat.

circussellsostormysun

b Listen and repeat.


1 Its sometimes windy and stormy in summer.
2 In winter you need a scarf and warm socks.

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Module 8 Progress Check

1 Complete the words with vowels. 4 Write affirmative and negative imperative
Write them in your notebook. sentences in your notebook.
1 sc rf 4 T-sh rt 1 in the street. (not, to run)
2 tr n rs 5 sk rt 2 a sandwich if you are hungry. (to eat)
3 j ck t 3 the windows. (to open)
4 your classmates when you play.
2 Complete the crossword with words related
(not, to push)
to clothes.
5 quietly in the classroom. (to speak)
6 the road when the light is red. (not to cross)
7 too late, please. (not, to come)
1. 2. 3. 4.
5 Order the words to make sentences.
Write them in your notebook.
1 forest / campfires / leave / put out / the /
5. 6. 7. 8. when / you / the.
2 after / your / meals / teeth / brush.
1 3 careful / street / be / cross / when / the / you.
2 4 your hand / before / you / in class / answer
9.
3 / raise.
4 5 animals / in the zoo / the / feed / dont.
5 6 mouth / speak / full / with / your / dont.
6 10. 7 on time / hand in / your / homework.
7
8 6 Write a card for a celebration: Mothers Day
/ Easter / 1st of June / Christmas / New Year.
9
Write 20-30 words.
10

3 Look at the map and choose the correct


words to complete the weather forecast.
Write the text in your notebook.

Self-Check
Exercise no. Score
1 5 2 = 10
2 10 2 = 20
3 6 2 = 12
4 7 2 = 14
5 7 2 = 14
Although its June, in Britain today its 6 20
(1)
rainy / windy and its (2)warm / cold. Total 90
In France its (3)warm / hot but Granted points 10
(4)
stormy / cloudy. In Spain its (5)cold / hot all Final score 100
day. In Romania its (6)windy / hot.

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Round up 4 (Module 7 - 8)
Vocabulary practice
Rooms and furniture Clothes
1 Order the letters to make words. Follow the 3 Order the letters in the same colour
lines to the furniture and write the name squares to make 6 words. Write them
of each piece in your notebook. in your notebook.

J R T R A S
U T S A O A
gilvin omro E R S S E D
R I S N R T
R S I H E C
hobatrom E S F N R S

4 Order the missing letters on each line to


make words. Write them in your notebook.

chenkit 1 A B E F G H I J K M N P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
2 B D E F G H I J K L M N P Q R S U V W X Y Z
3 A B C D E F G H I J K L M P Q R T U V X Z
4 B D E G H I J K L M N O P Q T U V W X Y Z
dromboe
5 A B C D E F G H I J K L N P Q U V W X Z
6 B D F G H I L M N O P Q R S U V W X Y Z

5 Complete the text with the words from


exercise 4. Write them in your notebook.
The weather is (1) and (2) today, so I want
to wear a (3) and a (4) .
Household objects When its (5) and rainy, I always wear
2 Find 7 household objects in the table and a (6) and take my umbrella with me.
write them in your notebook.
6 Look at the pictures and find three pairs
M I C R O W A V E E of antonyms. Write these words in your
A L A P T O P C G H notebook.
B E M E T I S R Q X Weather
U T E L E P H O N E
O F R I D G E H L B
S C A R J X Y Z P M
D I S H W A S H E R
T O O T H B R U S H

Round up 4 99
Round up 4 (Module 7 - 8)
Grammar practice
1 Write the sentences in your notebook 4 Choose Its or Theres and write the correct
using the, a / an. sentences in your notebook.
1 I work as secretary in office in 1 a new play at the theatre.
London. 2 a new bed in the bedroom.
2 Theres supermarket in West Street. 3 time to leave.
3 Who is girl over there? 4 an excellent idea to go riding.
4 I usually have cup of coffee in the 5 7 p.m. The concert starts immediately.
morning. 6 pizza and pasta. Which do you prefer?
5 Whats capital of Spain? 7 a beautiful park in front of our school.
6 My father is engineer. He works in 8 Friday morning. Time for the driving
big factory. lesson.
7 Can you switch off TV, please?
5 Write affirmative and negative imperative
8 Alan enjoys going to cinema.
sentences in your notebook.
2 Read the sentences choosing A, B or C. 1 to Sandra. (to speak)
1 I want to buy TV next week. 2 to the board please. (not, to come)
A) an B) a C) the 3 your textbooks. (to open)
2 Can you please go to grocers shop 4 the door. (not, to push)
and buy two bags of flour? 5 English in the classroom. (to speak)
A) a B) an C) the 6 two liters of water every day. (to drink)
3 Please meet me at the post office in 7 the road on the zebra. (to cross)
hour. 8 in the street. (not, to run)
A) the B) an C) a 9 on the grass. (not, to walk)
4 I like watching football matches on 10 your surname on the final paper.
the sports channel. (to write)
A) the B) a C) an
6 Match the two columns and write the full
5 How much does it cost to take trip to instructions in your notebook.
Honolulu?
1 Turn on the lights a) when it rains
A) an B) a C) the
2 Dont shout b) in the and
6 Can you please help me to buy
classroom
birthday present for my sister?
3 Dont walk c) when you enter
A) a B) an C) the
the room
3 Choose the correct form of the words 4 Dont stay up d) late at night
in bold and write the sentences in your 5 Dont let the e) on the grass
notebook.
window open f) for the Art class
1 Its / Theres six oclock in the afternoon.
2 Its / Theres Saturday, my favourite day of Lets sing!
the week. Follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/
3 Its / Theres windy and very cold today. watch?v=kC9Dy4L6GqU.
Listen to The seasons song.
4 Its / Theres a green pencil on the desk.
a) Copy the lyrics describing your favourite
5 Its / Theres a large attic in my house. season in your notebook.
6 Its / Theres an orchard behind the b) Bring the song to the class to sing it
house. together.

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Celebrations
Calendar of celebrations in the UK
1 Read the information in the calendar and match the celebrations with the pictures.

January February March April


New Years Day January 1st. St. Valentines Day St. Patricks Day March 17. Its April Fools Day April 1st.
People make New Years February 14th. Its a holiday the celebration of St. Patrick, It is sometimes referred to
resolutions or promises of romance when people patron of Ireland. People wear as All Fools Day, when
to themselves as a chance send Valentine cards to green and the shamrock, the people play practical jokes
for a fresh start. theirloved ones. symbol of Ireland. on each other.

May
May Day - May
1st. People
celebrate the
coming of
A C summer
through
B D dances around
maypoles and
they crown
August July June a May Queen.
The Notting Hill Carnival end of Henley Royal Regatta Trooping the Colour mid
August. It is Europes biggest street beginning of July. It is the most June. The official birthday of Queen
festival with fantastic live music, famous regatta in the world. Elizabeth II is marked by a military
delicious food and drinks and colourful The best rowers compete onthe parade also known asCarrying
Carribean costumes. river Thames. of the Flag.

September
Harvest Festival
end of September.
It is a celebration
of the food, when G
all the crops are E
harvested. People
organise F
Thanksgiving H
ceremonies.

October November December


Halloween October 31st. People Guy Fawkes night November 5th. People Christmas December 25th. Santa Claus, presents,
lit lanterns and wear costumes and burn a dummy on a bonfire and commemorate Christmas trees, carols, turkey and pudding. Every
masks to keep the ghosts away. the Gunpowder Plot, a failed conspiracy to year the people of Norway give the city of London
Children go trick-or-treating. blow up the Houses of Parliament in 1605. a present a big Christmas tree.

J
I K

2 Work in small groups. Design your own calendar with celebrations


in Romania and all over the world.
Collaborative project 3 page 114
In small groups make a poster about a famous historic monument.
101
Writing Guide 1

Text type: A description of a person


TASK Write a description of a person. Follow the steps below.

1 READ THE MODEL Text

1 Read the Model Text and My friend Milly


choose the correct photo. This is a photo of my friend, Milly. Shes 13 years old
and shes very short. Shes got long fair hair and its very
straight. Shes got big brown eyes and shes got glasses.
Shes got a small nose and a small mouth, too.

a b c

2 Read the Model Text again and choose the correct words.
Age: 12 / 13 / 14 / 15
Height: short / tall
Hair: dark / fair
straight / wavy / curly
short / long
Eyes: big / small
blue / brown / green
Glasses: yes / no
Nose: big / small
Mouth: big / small

3 Read the Model Text again and decide if the sentences are T (true) or F (false).
Millys got wavy hair. T/F
1 She hasnt got glasses. T/F
2 She isnt tall. T/F
3 She hasnt got a big mouth. T/F
4 Shes got green eyes. T/F

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2 plan YOUR TEXT

Think of a friend or look at the picture. Then choose


the correct words.

Age: 12 / 13 / 14 / 15
Height: short / tall
Hair: dark / fair
straight / wavy / curly
short / long
Eyes: big / small
blue / brown / green
Glasses: yes / no
Nose: big / small
Mouth: big / small

Now use the information from Step 2 and write the description
in your notebook.

My friends name is (1) . Hes / Shes (2) years old and hes / shes (3) . Hes /
Shes got (4) (5) hair and its (6) . Hes / Shes got (7) (8) eyes and he / she (9)
glasses. Hes / Shes got a (10) nose and a (11) mouth.

3 write YOUR TEXT

In your notebook write a description of another friend or a family member.

4 check YOUR TEXT

Check your:
Grammar Vocabulary Spelling

Writing Guide 1 103


Writing Guide 2

Text type: Writing a blog


TASK Write a blog entry. Follow the steps below.

1 READ THE MODEL Text

1 Read the Model Text. What is Eleanors favourite food?

Lifestyle
Has your friend got a healthy lifestyle?
Does he/she eat well? Is he/she active?
RosieB_13 12th January 12.34

My healthy friend

My friend Eleanor is very healthy. She


eats lots of fruit and vegetables.

Eleanor doesnt like coffee, but she loves


water. For breakfast, she drinks hot
chocolate and she eats bread.

Eleanor doesnt like cooking, but she


likes eating. She eats pasta and cakes.
She eats Italian, French and Spanish
food. Her favourite food is spaghetti.

Rosie, age 13

2 Read the Model Text again and decide if the sentences are T (true) or F (false).
Rosie thinks that Eleanor is healthy. T/F
1 Eleanor doesnt drink hot drinks. T/F
2 She has bread for breakfast. T/F
3 She doesnt like cooking. T/F
4 She hates cakes. T/F
5 She likes Spanish food. T/F

Tip
Notice the use of the words and and but
in the Model Text.

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2 plan YOUR TEXT

Look at the notes about Daniel.

Daniel: healthy
eats a lot of: apples, pasta
doesnt like: cake
loves: milk
breakfast: tea and bread
doesnt like: listening to music
likes: reading
favourite food: ice cream
hates: orange juice

Now use the information from Step 2


and write this blog about Daniel
in your notebook.

1 My friend Daniel is very (1)healthy. He eats a lot of (2) and (3) .


2 Daniel doesnt like (4) , but he loves (5) . For breakfast, he drinks (6) and he
eats (7) .
3 Daniel doesnt like (8) , but he likes (9) . His favourite food is (10) . He hates
(11)
.

3 write YOUR TEXT

Write a blog entry about another person in your notebook.

4 check YOUR TEXT

Check your:
Grammar Vocabulary Spelling

Writing Guide 2 105


Writing Guide 3

Text type: A school essay


TASK Write a school essay. Follow the steps below.

1 READ THE MODEL Text

1 Read the Model Text. What type of school does Adam go to?

2 Read the Model Text again and name the things Adam likes doing.
1 singing 4 reading
2 playing football 5 listening to music
3 playing the guitar 6 writing e-mails

A Day in the Life of Adam Sadler


Adam Sadler is 14 years old and hes from
London. He is a student at Redroofs Theatre
School because he likes singing and playing
the guitar.
Adam starts school at half past eight in the
morning. He gets up at six oclock every day
because he likes playing the guitar before
school. He writes music then because he has
lots of good ideas in the morning.
In his free time, Adam writes song lyrics for his
music. He also listens to the Arctic Monkeys on
his mp3 player because he loves their music.

3 Read the Model Text again and complete the answers to the questions below in your notebook.
Where is Adam from?
Adam is from London.
1 Where does he go to school?
He goes to .
2 What time does Adam get up?
He gets up at .
3 What time does Adam start school?
He starts school at .

Tip
4 When does Adam write music?
He writes music .
5 Why does he listen to the Arctic Monkeys? Notice the use of the word because
in the Model Text.
He listens to the Arctic Monkeys because .

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2 plan YOUR TEXT

Look at the notes about Ramona.

Ramona Drew
Age: 15
Fr om: London ol
l: R e d ro o fs T heatr e Scho
Scho o
and singing
Lik es: acting
n oclock
Gets up: seve
half past eight
Starts scho ol: the music
he r fr e e ti me: sings in
In t singer
, li st e ns to Adele gr ea
ro o m

Now use the information from Step 2


and write this text about Ramona
in your notebook.

1 Ramona Drew is (1)15 years old and shes from (2) . She is a student at (3) because she
likes (4) and (5) .
2 She gets up at (6) every day. Ramona (7) at half past eight.
3 In her free time, Ramona (8) . She also (9) because Adele is a (10) .

3 write YOUR TEXT

Write a text about another person in your notebook.

4 check YOUR TEXT

Check your:
Grammar Vocabulary Spelling

Writing Guide 3 107


Writing Guide 4

Text type: An e-mail


TASK Write an e-mail. Follow the steps below.

1 READ THE MODEL Text

1 Read the Model Text. Where does David do


To: Elena
karate? Does he like it?
From: David
Subject: My Favourite Sport
Hi, Elena! This is a photo of me doing karate.
I think karates an exciting sport. I go to
a karate club at our sports centre every
Monday. Im new to this sport, so Im not
very good.
I usually wear a karategi every time I go to
the club. Im a beginner, so I wear an orange
belt. My teachers brilliant at karate, so he
wears a black belt.
Karate is fun and it isnt difficult, so its a
good sport to learn.
David

2 Match the sentence halves and write them in your notebook.


1 Davids teacher wears a black belt because c a) hes learning the sport.
2 David isnt very good at karate because b) its fun and it isnt difficult.
3 Karate is a good sport to learn because c) hes very good at karate.

3 Read the Model Text again and answer the questions in your notebook.
What sport is exciting? karate
1 Who is not very good at karate?
2 What is orange?
3 Who is brilliant at karate?
4 What is black?
5 What is fun and not difficult?

Tip
Notice the use of the word so in the
Model Text.

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2 plan YOUR TEXT

Who are you?


Look at the interview with Gina.
Im Gina.
Whats your favourite spo
rt?
My favourite sport is bas
ketball.
Where do you do it?
We play it in the schoo
l gym.
When do you do it?
We play matches agains
t other schools on
Saturday mornings.
Are you good at it?
Were a good team we
usually win!
What do you wear to pla
y it?
We wear our PE uniform
.
Why do you like it?
Its fast and really excitin
Now use the information from Step 2 g.
and write Ginas e-mail
in your notebook.

1 Hi! Im Gina. This is a photo of me. My favourite sport is (1)basketball.


We play basketball in (2) . We play matches against other schools on (3) . Were a good
team we (4) .
2 In the photo, Im wearing my (5) . I wear it every time I play basketball.
3 I like playing basketball because its (6) and (7) .

3 write YOUR TEXT

Write your own e-mail in your notebook.

4 check YOUR TEXT

Check your:
Grammar Vocabulary Spelling

Writing Guide 4 109


Life Skills Collaborative Project 1

TASK Make a poster about your favourite singer or group.

1 Ideas 2Group
Work
up?
Who is your favourite singer or gro
Why do you like him / her / them?
Write notes: Which artist does ever
yone in
Name Beyonc your group like? Choose
one
artist and write notes:
Nationality American
name
Type of music R&B, soul, pop
nationality
Appearance brown hair, brown type of music
eyes, beautiful
appearance
Other information: age, married to Jay-Z, other information
family and favourite daughter Blue
hobbies Ivy

3 Write
Write a short text
about your singer
or group using yo
ur notes.
Our favourite singe
r is Beyonc. Shes
American. Her mus
ic is R&B, soul and
Shes got brown ha pop.
ir and brown eyes.
beautiful. Beyonc Shes
is married to Jay-Z.
Theyve got a
daughter,
Blue Ivy.

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5 Pictures
Find photos or draw pic
tures of your
favourite singer or grou
p.

4 Check
check it for:
Read your text and
capital letters
apostrophes (s/s) 6 Display
spelling Make a poster. Include your texts,
grammar photos and pictures. Present your
project to the class.

Check your life skills!


Draw the smiley face that describes your and your groups life skills.
= Very good = Good = Needs more work
You Your group

Working with other students


Completing work on time
Taking good notes More
Enjoy doing the project life skills
Helping other students Be patient with others.
Patience is a life skill.
Working hard
Following all the steps

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Life Skills Collaborative Project 2

TASK Make a poster about nature in your area.

1 Ideas
What natural places are there where
you live?
ce?
Have you got a favourite natural pla
Which one is it?

What is it? the national park


What landscape a river, a lak e, a big
features are there? forest with lots of old
tre es, mountains

2Group
What can you do / see climb the mountains, go
there? on the lak e in a boat,
have a picnic, walk or go
cycling in the forest

Whats special about it? its


very beautiful, quiet
no cars or buildings
Work
Which natural places do
es
everyone in your group
like?
Choose a place and wr
ite notes:
what is it?
what landscape featu
res are
there?
what can you do / see
there?
whats special about it?

3 Write
Write a short text
about the place us
notes. ing your
Our favourite natu
ral place is the natio
Theres a river and nal park.
a lake and theres a
lots of old trees. Th big forest with
ere are also some m
Theres snow on th ountains.
em, even in summ
You can climb the er!
mountains or go on
in a boat. You can the lake
also have a picnic
go for a walk or go and
cycling in the forest
The national park .
is special because th
cars or buildings. It ere arent any
s very beautiful an
d quiet there.

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5 Pictures
Find photos or draw pic
tures of the
place.

4 Check
Read your text and
check it for: 6 Display
spelling Make a poster. Include your texts,
punctuation photos and pictures. Present your
grammar project to the class.
paragraphs

Check your life skills!


Draw the smiley face that describes your and your groups life skills.
= Very good = Good = Needs more work
You Your group

Working with other students


Completing work on time
Taking good notes More
Enjoy doing the project life skills
Helping other students Protect natural places.
Social responsibility is
Working hard a life skill.
Following all the steps

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Life Skills Collaborative Project 3

TASK Make a poster about your favourite historic monument.

1 Ideas re in the UK?


What historic monuments are the
How about Romania?
do you like it?
Which one is your favourite? Why

Name Bran Castle


Where is it? Bran, near Brasov
on a hill
What type of Castle,
mo num ent is it? former fortress
When did they built in the 14th century,
build it? becomes a royal residence

Whats special
in 1920
old, lots of interesting rooms,
2Group
about it?
What can you
see and do
open air museum, park
Explore the rooms
and the museum, see views
Work
Which historic monume
there? of surrounding mountains, everyone in your group
nts does
buy souvenirs like? Choose
one monument and wr
ite notes:
where is it?
what type of monume
nt is it?
when did they build it?
whats special about it?
what can you see and
do there?

3 Write
Write a short text
about your monum
notes. ent using your
Our favourite mon
ument is Bran Cast
Its on a hill in Bran le near Brasov.
, in Brasov county.
built in the 14th ce It is a former fortre
ntury. It becomes a ss
1920. Its a very spec ro ya l re sid ence in
ial place because it
are lots of interestin s ve ry ol d and there
g rooms. The park
castle is very beautif su rro un di ng the
ul. Theres an open
traditional peasan ai r m us eu m with
t cottages and barn
things there: explor s. Yo u ca n do a lot of
e the rooms and th
amazing views of th e m us eu m and see
e surrounding mou
You can also buy so nt ai ns an d hills.
uvenirs in the shop
.

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5 Pictures
Find photos or draw pic
tures of your
favourite monument.

4 Check
check it for:
Read your text and
spelling
punctuation
6 Display
grammar Make a poster. Include your texts,
paragraphs photos and pictures. Present your
project to the class.

Check your life skills!


Draw the smiley face that describes your and your groups life skills.
= Very good = Good = Needs more work
You Your group

Working with other students


Completing work on time
Taking good notes More
Enjoy doing the project life skills
Helping other students Finish your work on time.
Time management is a
Working hard life skill.
Following all the steps

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Finbualalryrevision 1
Voca
Work with a partner to complete the sentences in your notebooks. Who finishes first?

START
There is a lot of sand on a b .

You can buy magazines in a n .

Kangaroos have got a long t .

Theyre a small, red


fruit. S

This is my mum and dad.


They are my p .

Washington DC is the
capital of the U .

We p football in the park.

Shes got big brown e .

Adam and Tom are bs.

FINISH

Hes got short f hair.

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Finmaarl revision 1
Gram

1 Complete the sentences with the correct 5 Complete the sentences with the words
form of the verbs be or have got: and phrases in the box.
1 I cold. aan any inbehind
2 I a cold. some there isthere isnt
3 He a little hungry. there arethere arent
4 He a lot of money.
5 These students very smart.
6 Thomas two children.
7 Mary 24 years old.
8 The athletes tired.

2 Order the words to make questions.


Then write answers that are true for you
in your notebook.
1 your name / is / What / ?
2 from / Where / you / are / ?
3 old / you / are / How / ?
4 you / got / any brothers or sisters / Have / ? 1 some 6 There is cinema.
5 your / Who / is / friend / best / ? dolphins. 7 a shop.
6 you / to music / like listening / Do / ? 2 There is 8 any waves.
island. 9 The dolphins are
3 Complete the text with the correct form 3 a mountain. the water.
of the verbs in brackets.
4 There are 10 The cinema is
Peter Moore (1) (come) from Northern trees. the gift shop.
Ireland. He (2) (not go) to a normal school, 5 There isnt
he (3) (go) to a music school. Peter (4) snow.
(play) the trombone. His parents (5) (play)
the French horn. They (6) (love) music. 6 Rewrite the sentences below in your
notebook using the adverbs of frequency
Peter (7) (want) to be a professional in brackets.
musician. In his free time, Peter (8) (like)
1 My uncle studies marine life. (usually)
playing football.
2 He works in China. (sometimes)
4 Choose the correct word. 3 He travels to other countries. (often)
1 My mums name is Lauren. She / Her is 4 My cousins travel with him. (never)
from Scotland. 5 They have a party on his return. (always)
2 They have got three child / children.
3 Mouse / Mice have got four legs.
4 We love ride / riding our bikes.
5 I like play / playing football.
6 My brother often plays tennis with
he / his friends.

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Finbualalryrevision 2
Voca
Work with a partner and complete the sentences in your notebook. Who finishes first?

I wear b on my feet in winter.


START

A w cleans clothes.

Look in the m to see your hair.

You s goals to win


football matches.

Snowboarding isnt easy; its d .


In our l class we study Caragiale.
A is my favourite season.

FINISH

We wear a s when its cold.

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Finmaarl revision 2
Gram

1 Complete the sentences with a, an, some 5 Choose Its or Theres and write the
or any. Write them in your notebook. sentences in your notebook.
1 There is beautiful river near my house. 1 an interesting film on TV.
2 There arent good beaches in this area. 2 a new bookcase in the livingroom.
3 Im buying biscuits for Tony. 3 time to go to bed.
4 Have we got fruit? 4 Saturday morning. Time for the gym
5 Can I have milk for breakfast? class.
5 5 p.m. The film starts immediately.
2 Write the sentences in your notebook
using the adverbs of frequency and the 6 Write affirmative and negative imperative
correct form of the verbs in brackets. sentences in your notebook.
1 I / tired after school. (sometimes, be) 1 to David. (to speak)
2 He / at seven oclock. (always, get up) 2 to the board please. (to come)
3 We / our rooms on Saturdays. (often, tidy) 3 the window. (not, to open)
4 They / dinner at half past six. 4 the door. (not, to close)
(usually, have) 5 loudly in the classroom. (not, to speak)
5 She / the piano. (never, play) 6 something if you are hungry. (to eat )

3 Complete the questions with the correct 7 Put the words in the correct order to make
words. sentences. Write them in your notebook.
1 How often you go to the beach? 1 on TV / watch / often / tennis matches / I.
2 your mum usually swim in the sea? 2 he / Does / run / on Sundays / in the park ?
3 she swim well? Yes, she can. 3 speak / cant / Chinese / Maria .
4 What she do on Sundays? 4 dont / We / in Italy / go skiing / usually .
5 there a museum near here? 5 neighbourhood / park / a new / There is/ in
my .
4 Copy and complete the sentences
choosing A, B or C. 6 may / Students / not / football / in the
classroom / play .
1 This is beautiful painting.
A) an B) a C) the Lets sing!
2 Can you help me with shopping, Follow this link: https://www.youtube.com/
please? watch?v=8Lu41LulQos.
A) a B) an C) the Listen to Celebration Song Around The World
3 Lets meet in front of the cinema in a) Learn the song.
hour. b) Perform the song in groups during the
English class.
A) the B) an C) a
4 How long does it take to climb to top
of the mountain?
A) an B) a C) the
5 I like watching films on TV. It is very
relaxing activity.
A) the B) a C) an

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Having fun with English!
Tongue twisters Riddles

Tip Q: What letter of the alphabet


A tongue twister is a form of wordplay, is an insect?
that is difficult to pronounce properly. A: B. (bee)

Now, you read and say! Q: What letter is a part of the head?
A: I. (eye)

Ann and Andys anniversary is in April.


Q: What letter is a drink?
A: T. (tea)
She sells sea-shells by the sea shore.
Q: What is the end of everything?
A: The letter g.
Why do you cry, Willy? Why do you cry?
Why, Willy? Why, Willy? Why, Willy? Why? Q: What is white when its dirty
and black when its clean?
A: A blackboard.
Can you can a can as a
canner can can a can?
Jokes
A big black bug bits a big black dog on
its big black nose! Little Johnny: Teacher, can I go
to the bathroom?
Teacher: Little Johnny, MAY I go to
Pete, please pass the plate of peas! the bathroom?
Little Johnny: But I asked first!

Limericks
A: Just look at that young person
with the short hair and blue
Tip jeans. Is it a boy or a girl?
B: Its a girl. Shes my daughter.
A limerick is a nonsense poem in 5 lines
that tells a story with a surprise ending. A: Oh, Im sorry, sir. I dont know
It is often funny. that you are her father.
B: Im not. Im her mother.

Little Lousie Lue


Has nothing whatever to do, Teacher: Your composition on Our cat
So she sits on the stairs is the same as your brothers.
Student: Oh, yes! Its the same cat!
And counts out hairs:
4532.
Teacher: Tell me a sentence that
starts with an I.
There is a young lady from Niger Student: I is the....
Who smiles as she rides on a tiger. Teacher: Stop! Never put is after an I.
After the ride Always put am after an I.
Student: OK. I am the ninth letter
She is inside,
of the alphabet.
And the smile is on the face of the tiger.
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Module 1 Language Reference
Vocabulary Countries and nationalities
Australia Australian France French* Portugal Portuguese*
Canada Canadian Ireland Irish* Romania Romanian*
China Chinese* Japan Japanese* Spain Spanish*
Colombia Colombian Mexico Mexican the UK British
Ecuador Ecuadorian Morocco Moroccan the USA American
* These words are also languages.

Family grandparents

grandad grandma
parents

dad mum uncle aunt

brother sister me! cousin cousin

Grammar be: present simple


Affirmative Negative Interrogative Short answers
I am Irish. I am not Irish. Are you Irish? Yes, I am.
He / She / It is Irish. He / She / It is not Irish. Is he / she / it Irish? No, he / she / it isnt.
We / You / They are We / You / They are not Are we / you / they Irish? Yes, we / you / they are.
Irish. Irish.

Subject pronouns and Question words


possessive adjectives Question words
Subject Possessive What is your name? Who is your favourite actor?
pronouns adjectives Where are you from? Why?
I my When is your birthday? How are you?
you your
he his Speaking Exchanging personal
she her information
it its
Whats your name? My names Jacob.
we our
How old are you? Im 13 years old.
you your Where are you from? Im from Australia.
they their

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Module 2 Language Reference
Vocabulary Parts of the body

ear eye face finger foot

arm

hair hand leg mouth

neck nose thumb toe tooth tail

Adjectives of physical description


bluebrowncurly
darkfair
greenlong
shortstraighttallwavy

Grammar have got


Affirmative Negative
I / You have got long hair. I have not got long hair.
He / She / It has got long hair. He / She / It has not got long hair.
We / You / They have got long hair. We / You / They have not got long hair.

Interrogative Short answers


Have I / you got long hair? Yes, I / you have.
Has he / she / it got long hair? No, he / she / it hasnt.
Have we / you / they got long hair? Yes, we / you / they have.

Singular and plural nouns


For most nouns add -s Nouns ending in consonant +y, add -ies
rabbit rabbits baby babies
Nouns ending in -ch, -s, -sh, -x and -z add -es Irregular plurals
fox foxes child children foot feet
Some nouns ending in -o add -es tooth teeth man men
potato potatoes woman women mouse mice

Speaking Giving instructions


First, give it food in the morning.
Second, take it for a walk in the evening.
Finally, brush it at the weekend.
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Module 3 Language Reference
Vocabulary Food

apple bread cake carrots cheese

fish ice cream meat milk nuts

pasta potatoes strawberries yoghurt

Free-time activitiesgo shoppinglisten to musicmeet my friendsplay football


read comicsride my bikestay up latesurf the internet
talk on the phonewatch TV

Grammar Present simple


Affirmative Negative
I / You eat fruit. I do not eat fruit.
He / She / It eats fruit. He / She / It does not eat fruit.
We / You / They eat fruit. We / You / They do not eat fruit.

Interrogative Short answers


Do I / you eat fruit? Yes, I / you do.
Does he / she / it eat fruit? No, he / she / it doesnt.
Do we / you / they eat fruit? Yes, we / you / they do.

love, like, dont like, hate + -ing Subject and object pronouns
love, like, dont like, hate + -ing Subject pronouns Object pronouns
I love surfing the net. I me
I like surfing the net. you you
I do not like surfing the net. he him
I hate surfing the net. she her
it it
? Do you like surfing the net?
we us
you you
Speaking Ordering food they them
Hello. Can I help you? Can I have a ham sandwich, please?
Sure. Anything else? No, thanks. How much is that?
Thats 4.50, please. Here you are.

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Module 4 Language Reference
Vocabulary Places in town

chemist church cinema hotel library

museum newsagent restaurant school shoe shop

shopping centre sports centre supermarket underground station

Landscape featuresbeachforesticeislandlakemountainriversand
snowtreeswaterwaves

Grammar there is / there are


Singular Plural
Affirmative There is a tree. There are some trees.
Negative There is not a tree. There are not any trees.
Interrogative Is there a tree? Are there any trees?
Short answers Yes, there is. / No, there isnt. Yes, there are. / No, there arent.

a / an, some, any


Countable Uncountable
There is a lake.
Affirmative There is some snow.
There are some lakes.
There is not a lake.
Negative There is not any snow.
There are not any lakes.
Is there a lake?
Interrogative Is there any snow?
Are there any lakes?

Prepositions of placebehindbetweeninin front ofnearon

Speaking Making suggestions

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Module 5 Language Reference
Vocabulary Daily routines

get up have a shower get dressed start school finish school

do homework play the piano have dinner tidy your room go to bed

School subjectsart and designdramaEnglishFrenchgeography


historyICTliterature
mathsmusicPEscience

Grammar can
Affirmative Negative
I / You can dance. I / You cannot dance.
He / She / It can dance. He / She / It cannot dance.
We / You / They can dance. We / You / They cannot dance.

Interrogative Short answers


Can I / you dance? Yes, I / you can.
Can he / she / it dance? No, he / she / it cant.
Can we / you / they dance? Yes, we / you / they can.

Adverbs of frequency
0% I am never late for school.
He sometimes writes music too.
She often goes to bed late.
They usually get up at seven oclock.
100% We always do our homework.

Speaking Talking to a ticket seller


Can I help you? Yes. Have you got two tickets for the musical?
Yes, we have. Thats 20, please. Here you are. What time does it start?
On Saturdays it starts at eight oclock. OK, thanks.

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Module 6 Language Reference
Vocabulary Sport

catch dance dive hit jump

kick lose run score

shout throw train walk win

Adjectives of opinionamazingboringdangerousdifficult
easyexcitingfun
interesting

Grammar Present simple with wh - questions


People Who Who do you play tennis with? Tom.
Who runs the Marathon? Mo.
Objects What What programmes do you watch National
on TV? Geographic.
Which Which sport does he like: tennis Tennis.
or football?
Places Where Where do you live? In London.
Time When When do they go on holiday? In July.
What time What time does the match start? At 8 p.m.
Manner How How do they run? Fast.
Reason Why Why do you go to the gym every Because I
week? want to be fit.

Prepositions of movement
up down over into out of from to

Speaking Making arrangements


Do you want to come to a football match? OK. When does it start?
The match starts at three oclock. Lets meet at two oclock then.

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Module 7 Language Reference
Vocabulary Rooms and furniture

armchair bed bookcase chair cooker

cupboard desk lamp mirror

sofa table toilet wardrobe

Household objectscamera dishwasherfridgelaptopmicrowavemp3 player


remote control telephonetoothbrushwashing machine

Grammar Definite and indefinite articles


definite article: the We use the
There are many flats in the UK. a) when we talk about something
The flats in old factories are not expensive. specific or when the same noun is
mentioned the second time.
Lucy has got a funny game for her
indefinite article: a / an birthday.
There is a large garden behind my house. The game is from her cousin.
b) with countries when they include
There is an armchair in my bedroom.
the words: state, kingdom, republic
The United States, The United
Kingdom, The Czech Republic.
there / it c) with geographical names: The
There is a coffee shop next to the station. Its two oclock. Atlantic Ocean, The Mexico Gulf.
Theres a new student in my class. Its Wednesday. We use a / an
There are blue houses on that street. Its cold. a) when we talk about singular
countable nouns or we mention
Adjectives them for the first time
He eats a banana and an orange
There is a purple wardrobe. every day.
There are two big windows. b) when we talk about a job or a
profession.
Fionas father is a doctor and her
Asking for information mother is an actress.
Speaking
Excuse me. Where is the information centre? Its on the ground floor.
And is there a gift shop? Yes, there is. Its on the first floor.
What time does the gift shop open / close? It opens / closes at half past five.

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Module 8 Language Reference
Vocabulary Clothes

boots coat dress jacket jeans

shirt shorts skirt

jumper trainers trousers T-shirt scarf

Weather and seasonscloudycolddryhotrainysnowy


stormysunnywarmwetwindy
springsummerautumnwinter

Grammar The imperative


The imperative affirmative
Come to the Bonfire Night party!
Show me your new dress, please!

The imperative negative


Dont go out in your T-shirt! Nights are cold here.
Dont stay up late!

Speaking Inviting a friend to a party


Lets have a barbecue tomorrow.
Do you want to come? Great idea! What time does it start?
At one oclock. OK. And what time does it finish?

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