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Ministerul Educaiei Naionale

Right on! Limba modern 1 Clasa a V-a Students Book


Right on! is a challenging course for todays learners of
English for Grade 5, L1. The course provides a variety of
stimulating topics and rich texts presented in themed
modules. It is accompanied by a wide range of fully interactive Jenny Dooley
digital components and rich video material closely linked to
the theme of each module.
Students Book

Components
Students Book
Workbook

Jenny Dooley
Teachers Book
Class CDs
Digital Book

Uniscan Grup Educaional


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Ministerul Educaiei Naionale

Limba modern 1-
Limba englez
Clasa a V-a
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Imnul Romniei
Deteapt-te, romne!
de Andrei Mureanu

Deteapt-te, romne, din somnul cel de moarte,


n care te-adncir barbarii de tirani!
Acum ori niciodat croiete-i alt soarte,
La care s se-nchine i cruzii ti dumani.

Acum ori niciodat s dm dovezi la lume


C-n aste mni mai curge un snge de roman,
i c-n a noastre piepturi pstrm cu fal-un nume
Triumftor n lupte, un nume de Traian!

......................................

Privii, mree umbre, Mihai, tefan, Corvine,


Romna naiune, ai votri strnepoi,
Cu braele armate, cu focul vostru-n vine,
"Viaa-n libertate ori moarte!" strig toi.

......................................

Preoi, cu crucea-n frunte cci oastea e cretin,


Deviza-i libertate i scopul ei preasfnt.
Murim mai bine-n lupt, cu glorie deplin,
Dect s fim sclavi iari n vechiul nost pmnt!

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Guide - How to use the course


Instruciuni de utilizare a manualului

+
Printed book Digital app
Varianta tiprit Varianta digital

The course consists of the printed book and the digital application that contains all the lessons in
the printed book and variety of interactive, static & animation/video activities.
Manualul este compus din varianta tiprit i varianta digital. Manualul digital conine toate
leciile din manualul tiprit avnd n plus activiti interactive, statice i animate.

Symbols:
Simboluri:
listening activities animation/video activities static activities interactive activities
audio activiti animate/video activiti statice activiti interactive
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Structure of a module
Structura unui modul
variety of
reading tasks
activiti de
citire presentation of new
words through pictures
prezentarea cuvintelor
noi prin imagini
Culture sections
to promote
cultural listening activities
individuality activiti de ascultare
Seciuni cu
informaii
culturale realistic writing tasks
activiti de scriere

creativity project work


speaking activities creativitate
activiti de vorbire proiect

Everyday situational dialogues


Dialoguri uzuale

pronunciation sections Presentation


Pronunie skills sections
Abiliti de
prezentare

CLIL Cross Curricular links


Interdisciplinaritate
Evaluation
Evaluare

Symbols: Video
Simboluri:
listening monologue pairwork group work ICT research animation/video
audio monolog lucru in perechi lucru in grup cutare pe internet animaii/video
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Cuprins
MODULES Competences
Welcome back! 2.2 Use simple everyday phrases to take part in social interactions
pp. 8-17

Hello! 1.1 Identify the general meaning of clearly-spoken everyday dialogues and messages
1.2 Identify the significance/meaning of clearly-spoken dialogues/monologues
pp. 18-31 2.1 Present a person/character
Progress Check 1 2.2 Use simple everyday phrases to take part in social interactions
pp. 32-33 2.4 Take part in dialogues
3.2 Extract information from a short illustrated text
3.4 Explore texts giving guidance or instruction
4.1 Write short simple messages

Family Ties 1.1 Identify the general meaning of clearly-spoken everyday dialogues and messages
1.3 Explore cultural elements of the English-speaking world
pp. 34-47 2.1 Present a person/character
Progress Check 2 2.2 Use simple everyday phrases to take part in social interactions
pp. 48-49 2.4 Take part in dialogues
3.2 Extract information from a short illustrated text
3.4 Explore texts giving guidance or instruction
4.2 Describe aspects of everyday life (people, places, school, family, hobbies)
4.3 Exchange short written messages

Home, ... sweet 1.1 Identify the general meaning of clearly-spoken everyday dialogues and messages
2.2 Use simple everyday phrases to take part in social interactions
home 2.4 Take part in dialogues
pp. 50-63 3.1 Understand signs and other public notices
Progress Check 3 3.2 Extract information from a short illustrated text
pp. 64-65 3.3 Understand simple informal text messages
3.4 Explore texts giving guidance or instruction
4.1 Write short simple messages

Every day 1.2 Identify the significance/meaning of clearly-spoken dialogues/monologues


2.1 Present a person/character
pp. 66-79 2.2 Use simple everyday phrases to take part in social interactions
Progress Check 4 2.3 Express preferences
pp. 80-81 3.2 Extract information from a short illustrated text
4.1 Write short simple messages

All about food 1.1 Identify the general meaning of clearly-spoken everyday dialogues and messages
2.2 Use simple everyday phrases to take part in social interactions
pp. 82-95 2.3 Express preferences
Progress Check 5 2.4 Take part in dialogues
pp. 96-97 3.1 Understand signs and other public notices
3.2 Extract information from a short illustrated text
3.4 Explore texts giving guidance or instruction
4.1 Write short simple messages
4.3 Exchange short written messages

Lets have fun! 1.1 Identify the general meaning of clearly-spoken everyday dialogues and messages
1.2 Identify the significance/meaning of clearly-spoken dialogues/monologues
pp. 98-111 1.3 Explore cultural elements of the English-speaking world
Progress Check 6 2.3 Express preferences
pp. 112-113 2.4 Take part in dialogues
3.2 Extract information from a short illustrated text
3.3 Understand simple informal text messages
3.4 Explore texts giving guidance or instruction
4.1 Write short simple messages
World Tales 2.4 Take part in dialogues
pp. 114-117 3.2 Extract information from a short illustrated text
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Evaluation pp. 118-120
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Competene
2.2 Stabilirea de contacte sociale pe baza unor formule conversaionale simple

Culture Spot (UK)


1.1 Identificarea sensului global al unor mesaje i dialoguri uzuale, clar articulate MODULE 1 Landmarks p. 29
1.2. Identificarea semnificaiei unor schimburi verbale uzuale i clar articulate, n situaia n care
interlocutorul ofer ajutor pentru a facilita nelegerea MODULE 2 Superheroes p. 44
2.1. Prezentarea simpl a unei persoane / a unui personaj MODULE 3 Official residence p. 61
2.2. Stabilirea de contacte sociale pe baza unor formule conversaionale simple MODULE 4 National sport p. 76
2.4. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru participarea la dialog
MODULE 5 National dish p. 92
3.2. Extragerea informaiilor dintr-un text scurt, nsoit de ilustraii
3.4. Manifestarea curiozitii pentru lectura de orientare MODULE 6 Famous writer p. 109
4.1. Redactarea de mesaje simple i scurte
CLIL
1.1 Identificarea sensului global al unor mesaje i dialoguri uzuale, clar articulate
1.3. Manifestarea curiozitii fa de unele elemente specifice spaiului cultural al limbii studiate MODULE 1 (Geography):
2.1. Prezentarea simpl a unei persoane / a unui personaj The United Kingdom p. 30
2.2. Stabilirea de contacte sociale pe baza unor formule conversaionale simple MODULE 2 (Science): Animals p. 46
2.4. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru participarea la dialog MODULE 3 (Maths): Draw a Map to
3.2. Extragerea informaiilor dintr-un text scurt, nsoit de ilustraii Scale p. 62
3.4. Manifestarea curiozitii pentru lectura de orientare
4.2. Descrierea unor aspecte ale vieii cotidiene (oameni, locuri, coal, familie, hobby-uri), folosind MODULE 4 (Citizenship): School Rules p. 78
propoziii scurte MODULE 5 (Food Technology):
4.3. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru schimbul de mesaje scrise simple The Eatwell Guide p. 94
MODULE 6 (ICT): How to print a lot
1.1 Identificarea sensului global al unor mesaje i dialoguri uzuale, clar articulate
of photos from an email
2.2. Stabilirea de contacte sociale pe baza unor formule conversaionale simple p. 109
at once
2.4. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru participarea la dialog
3.1. Identificarea informaiilor din panouri i semne aflate n locuri publice pentru facilitarea orientrii
3.2. Extragerea informaiilor dintr-un text scurt, nsoit de ilustraii Projects
3.3. Identificarea informaiilor din mesaje scrise simple de la prieteni sau de la colegi MODULE 1 Map of Romania (poster) p. 31
3.4. Manifestarea curiozitii pentru lectura de orientare
4.1. Redactarea de mesaje simple i scurte MODULE 2 A family tree p. 47
MODULE 3 Your dream house p. 63
1.2 Identificarea semnificaiei unor schimburi verbale uzuale i clar articulate, n situaia n care MODULE 4 A famous sportsperson p. 79
interlocutorul ofer ajutor pentru a facilita nelegerea
MODULE 5 Healthy/Unhealthy eating
2.1. Prezentarea simpl a unei persoane / a unui personaj
habits p. 95
2.2. Stabilirea de contacte sociale pe baza unor formule conversaionale simple
2.3. Exprimarea preferinelor MODULE 6 Celebrations in Romania
3.2. Extragerea informaiilor dintr-un text scurt, nsoit de ilustraii (poster) p. 110
4.1. Redactarea de mesaje simple i scurte
1.1 Identificarea sensului global al unor mesaje i dialoguri uzuale, clar articulate Presentation Skills
2.2. Stabilirea de contacte sociale pe baza unor formule conversaionale simple MODULE 1 Landmarks in Romania p. 31
2.3. Exprimarea preferinelor MODULE 2 A family p. 47
2.4. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru participarea la dialog
3.1. Identificarea informaiilor din panouri i semne aflate n locuri publice pentru facilitarea orientrii MODULE 3 Your dream house p. 63
3.2. Extragerea informaiilor dintr-un text scurt, nsoit de ilustraii MODULE 4 A famous sportsperson p. 79
3.4. Manifestarea curiozitii pentru lectura de orientare MODULE 5 Healthy/Unhealthy
4.1. Redactarea de mesaje simple i scurte eating habits p. 95
4.3. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru schimbul de mesaje scrise simple
MODULE 6 Annual celebrations p. 110
1.1 Identificarea sensului global al unor mesaje i dialoguri uzuale, clar articulate
2.2. Stabilirea de contacte sociale pe baza unor formule conversaionale simple Values
2.3. Exprimarea preferinelor
2.4. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru participarea la dialog
MODULE 1 National pride p. 31
3.1. Identificarea informaiilor din panouri i semne aflate n locuri publice pentru facilitarea orientrii MODULE 2 Family p. 47
3.2. Extragerea informaiilor dintr-un text scurt, nsoit de ilustraii MODULE 3 Home p. 63
3.4. Manifestarea curiozitii pentru lectura de orientare MODULE 4 Happy days p. 79
4.1. Redactarea de mesaje simple i scurte
4.3. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru schimbul de mesaje scrise simple MODULE 5 Healthy eating habits p. 95
MODULE 6 Celebrations p. 110
2.4. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru participarea la dialog
3.2. Extragerea informaiilor dintr-un text scurt, nsoit de ilustraii
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Greetings

Listen and repeat.


1
Goodbye!/ Hi!/Hello!
Good Bye!
morning!

Good Good Good


afternoon! evening! night!

Note

Use Mr/Mrs/Ms +
persons surname
to address your Greetings Introducing yourself/others
teacher. e.g. Hello
Ms Green. (NOT: a) Complete the dialogue with the phrases below. Write in your
Hello Kate.) 2 notebook.

Goodbye Hello This is Nice to meet you

Mrs White: 1) ... , Im Mrs White.


Think of your
Whats your name?
favourite cartoon
characters. In Nat: Hello, Mrs White. My
pairs act out names Nat.
short dialogues. 2) ... Alexis and Maria.
Mrs White: 3) ... , kids.
A: Hello, Im Harry
Potter. Whats Children: Nice to meet you, too.
your name? 4) ... !
B: Hello Harry. My
names Mano
Lito.
b) Listen and check. Then repeat in pairs.
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Classroom language

Listen and repeat.


3
Dont talk, please.
Listen.

Read.

Sit down, please.

Close your books.


Open your books.

Come to the
board, please. Write in your
notebooks.

Stand up, please.

Imperative

Note form example


We use the affirmative infinitive + object Open your books.
imperative to give negative Dont + infinitive + object Dont open your books.
orders/instructions or
to make a request.

Listen to your teachers instructions and make


4 imperative sentences. Then, your partner acts out what you
ask him/her to do.

Teacher: Ask your partner to stand up.


Student A: Stand up, please.
Student B: (stands up)
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The alphabet & Spelling

Listen and repeat.


1

Note Listen and choose the correct spelling. Write in your


2 notebook.
In English, when a
name contains double
letters, e.g. tt, ll, etc., we
1. A Bil B Bill
read them as double l 2. A Maia B Maya
not 2 l, e.g. Milles.
M-I-double L-E-S. 3. A Juan B Huan
4. A Teresa B Tereza

a) Listen to and read the dialogue.


3 What is the dialogue about?

A: Hello, Im Mr Drake. Im your new teacher.


Whats your name?
B: Hello, Mr Drake. Im Alexis.
A: And your surname?
B: Wallace.
1. Andreea Radu
A: How do you spell it? 2. Bogdan Dumitrescu
B: W - A - double L - A - C - E. 3. Alexandra Popescu
4. Cristina Popa

b) Act out similar dialogues. Use the names in the box.


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Subject personal pronouns

Listen and repeat.


4

singular
I You He She It
plural

We You They

Look at the pictures and choose the correct answer. Write in your
5 notebook.

1 2 3 4

I/you he/she it/they you/we

The verb to be (affirmative)


I am Mr Drake. We are Nat, Alexis
Im a teacher. and Maria.
full form short form
Were students.
I am m
You are re
singular

He
Note
She is s
In English, we use It
an apostrophe ()
to show contraction. We
plural

I am Petre. You are re


Im Petre.
They

Complete the sentences with am/m, is/s, are/re. Write in your


6 notebook.
1. It ... a book. 4. My name ... Bob.
2. I ... Anna. 5. We ... friends.
3. They ... teachers. 6. You ... Sue.
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Numbers 1-20

Listen and repeat.


1
one six eleven sixteen

two seven twelve seventeen

three eight thirteen eighteen

four nine fourteen nineteen

five ten fifteen twenty

Match the words to the numbers. Write in your notebook.


2
one 1 a 12
eight 2 b 15
twelve 3 c 20
fifteen 4 d 8
twenty 5 e 1

Find the number. Write in your notebook.


3
1. thige e ... 3. hetre t ...
2. tiffene f ... 4. velwet t ...

Asking about telephone numbers

Note Ask and answer, as in the example.


4 1 26508278
In English, when 2 55243089
we use 0 (zero) in 1. A: Whats your telephone number?
3 22943318
telephone
B: Its two-six-five-oh-eight-two-seven-eight. 4 72098632
numbers, we say
oh NOT zero. 5 37025921

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Numbers 21-100

Note Listen and repeat.


5
In English, when we
write a compound twenty-one twenty-seven sixty
number (any
number made up
of two words) we
twenty-two twenty-eight seventy
use a hyphen in
between them. twenty-three twenty-nine eighty
e.g. 46 forty-six.
twenty-four thirty ninety

twenty-five forty a/one hundred

twenty-six fifty

Listen and write the number you hear in your notebook.


6
1. 12 20 3. 50 15 5. 30 13
2. 10 100 4. 42 24 6. 8 80

Complete the sentences with the correct number. Write in your


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Fred - 83
Julie - 56
Alice - 79
Eve - 29
Al - 61

Sally - 45 Ann - 18 Mike - 37

1. Fred is eighty-three years old. 5. Al is ... years old.


2. Alice is ... years old. 6. Mike is ... years old.
3. Sally is ... years old. 7. Julie is ... years old.
4. Ann is ... years old. 8. Eve is ... years old.
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Asking about/Telling the time


What time Its ten
is it? past five.
oclock

(a) quarter to (a) quarter past

half past

Listen and repeat.


1

1. five o clock 2. (a) quarter 3. twenty 4. half past


past five past five five

5. twenty-five 6. twenty 7. (a) quarter 8. five to six


to six to six to six

Copy the clock faces in your notebook. Listen and draw the
2 clock hands.

1 2 3 4 5

? Word
What (time):
3 Copy the clock face in your notebook. Draw the clock hands
and complete the sentence. Then, ask and answer.

asks about time A: What time is it?


B: Its ...
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School subjects 1 2 3

a) Listen and repeat.


4
English Maths Science

4 5 6 7 8

Physical
Art Education (PE) Geography History Music

b) Whats your favourite school subject? Write in your


notebook.
My favourite school subject is ... .

Listen to Tony talking about his school timetable for Monday


5
and complete the gaps (1-4). Write in your notebook.

Timetable
Monday Room
8:30 - 9:30 Maths R10
9:30 - 10:30 1. ... R12
10:30 - 10:45 Break
10:45 - 11:45 2. ... R8
11:45 - 12:45 PE
12:45 - 1:30 Lunch Break
1:30 - 2:30 3. ... R7
2:30 - 3:30 4. ... R5

Write your school timetable for Monday in your notebook.


6
Timetable
Monday Room

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This is This is an
a ball. umbrella.
A/An
Note
Listen and repeat.
We use a/an to talk 1
about something we
mention for the first time. a an
We use a before nouns
that start with a a smartphone a ball an iPod an umbrella
consonant sound (b, c,
d etc) a book
We use an before nouns
that start with a vowel
sound (a, e, i etc) an
apple

A or an? Look at the pictures and write in your notebook.


2

1. ... alarm 2. ... digital 3. ... agenda 4. ... scarf


clock camera

Classroom objects

Label the pictures. Use: pencil case, glue, pen, rubber, pencil, ruler,
3 notebook, blackboard, desk, whiteboard. Write in your notebook.
Point to a picture
Listen and check, then repeat.
and ask Whats
this? Your 1 2 3 4
partner identifies
the object.
A: (pointing to
picture 4)
Whats this?
B: Its a pencil. 5 6 7 8

9 10

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Colours

a) Write the colours in your notebook.


4
brown purple pink grey green red yellow black
orange blue white
8 10
2 4 6

11
1 5
3 7 9

b) Listen and check, then repeat. Complete the sentence in


your notebook.
This is an
My favourite colour is ... . umbrella. The
umbrella is green.
The

We use the when we talk about


something specific or that weve
mentioned before.
This is a smartphone.
The smartphone is black.

Complete the gaps with a or the. Then choose the correct colour.
5
Write in your notebook.
Listen and check. Then ask and answer.
A: Whats this?
B: This is a rubber. The rubber is pink.
1 2 3 4
This is ...
This is ... rubber. notebook. This is ... pencil. This is ... chalk.
... rubber is ... notebook is ... pencil is ... chalk is
pink/white. green/purple. yellow/black. purple/blue.

5 6 7 8
This is ... This is ...
This is ... ruler. This is ... book. sharpener. schoolbag.
... ruler is ... book is ... sharpener is ... schoolbag is
red/black. grey/brown. orange/yellow. pink/green.

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V id e o

Whats in this
module?
Vocabulary Ann
- Countries &
Nationalities
Canada
- Places in
a country
- Seasons & John
Months/
Dates (ordinal the USA
numbers)
Grammar
- Possessive
adjectives
- The verb to be
(negative, Lino
interrogative &
short answers) Brazil
- How tall/How Grammar
high/How big
We do not use the

- ? Words
Vocabulary
with most names of
countries. Countries
When, How old,
Countries & Nationalities with State, Kingdom
Where
or Republic in their
Everyday English 1 Look at the map. Listen and repeat. name take the.

- Introducing
yourself/others 2 Match the nationalities (1-13) to the countries on the map. Write
in your notebook
- Asking & giving
personal 1. Canadian Canada 8. New Zealander ...
information
2. British ... 9. Irish ...
- Pronunciation:
Intonation in 3. Australian ... 10. Brazilian ...
Wh- questions 4. South African ... 11. Chinese ...
5. Portuguese ... 12. Mozambican ...
6. American ... 13. Romanian ...
7. Indian ...

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Darren Jian
Ireland China
Anton
Liz Romania
the UK

Maria
Portugal

Indira
India
Mara
Mozambique
Helen
Australia
Ahmed
Martin
South Africa New
Zealand
3 Act out dialogues, as in the example.

A: Wheres Ann from? A: Wheres John from?


B: Shes from Canada. B: Hes from the USA.
Shes Canadian. Hes American.

4 Complete the sentences. Write in your notebook.

Im from ... (country). Im ... (nationality).

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V id e o
All around the world
A Hello! Im
Vicky and Im 11 years old. Im from Sydney, Australia.
Sydney is a big city, but it isnt the capital city of Australia. Canberra is
Jill the capital city of Australia! My e-friend is Jill. Shes 11, too. Shes not
Australian. Shes from Wellington the capital city of New Zealand.
Vicky

Hello! My names James and Im 11 years old. Im from Stitsville, B


Canada. Stitsville is a beautiful village. Its close to the capital city
of Canada Ottawa! This is my e-friend Alicia. Shes 10 years old. Alicia
Shes from Worcester, South Africa. Worcester is a small town near
Cape Town, the capital city of South Africa.
James
Reading

1 Listen to and read the article, then match. Write in


your notebook.
Vicky is 1 a e-friends.
Check these words Jill is 2 b from Sydney.
friend beautiful James and Alicia are 3 c a New Zealander.
close to near
2 Decide if the sentences are R (right) or W (wrong). Write in your
notebook.
1. Vicky is 10 years old. 3. James is South African.
2. Jill is James friend. 4. Alicia is 10 years old.

3 Copy the personal profiles in your notebook and complete the


gaps.
Text A
Name: Vicky Age: 11 years old Name: Jill Age: ... years old
Nationality: Australian Nationality: New Zealander
From (city/town/village): Sydney From (city/town/village): ...
Country: Australia Country: New Zealand
Text B
Name: James Age: ... years old Name: ... Age: 10 years old
Nationality: Canadian Nationality: ...
From (city/town/village): ... From (city/town/village): ...
Country: ... Country: ...
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Vocabulary
Places in a country

4 Choose the correct answer. Write in your notebook.

2
1
1. London is the capital city/town of the UK.

2. Polperro is a fishing city/village in the UK.

3 4
3. York is a city/capital city in the UK.

4. Bollington is a small town/city in the UK.

Listening

5 Listen to the dialogues and complete the profiles. Write in your


notebook.

Name: 1) ... Camden Name: Peter 4) ...


Age: 10 years old Age: 5) ... years old
Nationality: 2) ... Nationality: 6) ...
From (city/town/village): 3) ... From (city/town/village): 7) ...
Country: Canada Country: 8) ...

Writing & Speaking (a profile about yourself & your e-friend)

6 Copy the profiles about yourself and your e-friend in your


notebook and complete them. Present yourself and your e-friend
to the class.

Name: ... Name: ...


Age: ... years old Age: ... years old
Nationality: ... Nationality: ...
From (city/town/village): ... From (city/town/village): ...
Country: ... Country: ...

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My favourite colour is red.


Her favourite colour is pink.
Possessive adjectives (singular) His favourite colour is blue.

Note subject personal possessive


pronouns adjectives
We use possessive
adjectives before
I my
nouns. Its my bicycle. you your
We use it for things he his
and animals.
she her
it its

1 Match the sentences (1-5) to the sentences (a-e). Write in your


notebook.
I am Tony. 1 a Its colour is black.
Youre Australian. 2 b His friend is Laura.
Hes Alan. 3 c Your friend is Australian, too!
Shes my sister. 4 d My friend is Eric.
Its my book. 5 e Her name is Amy.

2 Write the correct possessive adjective in your notebook.

1. (He) ... name is Peter. 4. (You) ... village is beautiful.


2. (I) ... friend is Sue. 5. (It) This is my dog. ... name
3. (She) ... friend is Chinese. is Rex.

3 Complete the sentences with the correct possessive adjective.


Write in your notebook.
Jason & Molly
Tom 2
1

3
Mr Jones & Rob
1. Im Tom. This is ... new bike. ... colour is yellow.
2. This is Jason and ... sister Molly. ... cap is yellow.
3. Are these ... books, Rob? Yes. Thank you, Mr Jones.
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What is your
Possessive adjectives (plural) favourite subject?

Note subject personal possessive


pronouns adjectives
We use they for we our
people, animals
or things.
you your
they their Our favourite
subject is English.

4 Choose the correct answer. Write in your notebook.

1. This is Jason and Tim. ... house is big.


A Our B Your C Their
2. Susan and you are sisters. ... friend is Emma.
A Our B Your C Their
3. Steve and I are friends. ... favourite sport is football.
A Our B Your C Their

5 Complete the gaps with the correct possessive adjective. Write in


your notebook.

1. Julie and I are sisters. ... home is in London.


2. This is Mario and Lyn. ... friend is Rosa.
1 3. Youre Romanian. ... friends are Romanian, too.
schoolbag
4. They are friends. ... names are Mike and Sam.

2
6 Look at the pictures, choose the correct answer and complete
the gap with the correct word. Write in your notebook.
bicycle
4 hat

dog 3

My ball 5
Things! 1 Julie 2 Jake 3 Anna & Ben 4 Jessica 5 Tim & Paul

1. Im Julie and this is her/my ... .


Make a poster of
your favourite 2. This is Jake and this is his/your ... .
things. Label the 3. Im Anna and this is my/his brother Ben. This is your/our ... .
pictures. Present
4. This is Jessica and this is her/its ... .
your things to the
class. 5. Tim and Paul are friends and this is your/their ... .
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1c Vocabulary
Seasons & Months

V id e o 1 Listen and repeat. Then write the missing months in your


notebook.

WINTER
December SPRING
January March
February April
May

SUMMER
AUTUMN
June
September
July
October
August
November

Ordinal numbers

1st = first
2nd = second
3rd = third
4th = fourth 1. July, ... , September, ... 3. ... , April, May, ...
5th = fifth
2. December, ... , ... 4. October, ... , December, ...
6th = sixth
7th = seventh
8th = eighth
Ordinal numbers & Dates
9th = ninth
10th = tenth
11th = eleventh
12th = twelfth
2 Complete the questions with How old or When. Write in your
notebook. Then, ask and answer.
13th = thirteenth
20th = twentieth Mirela (9) 27th February Crina (10) 1st January
21st = twenty-first
Sergiu (12) 13th August Alin (11) 30th September
Write the ordinal
numbers for: 27, 30, A: ... are you, Mirela?
42, 56, 64. B: Im 9 years old.
A: ...s your birthday?
B: Its on the 27th of February.
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Everyday English 1d
Asking & giving personal information

1 Listen to and read the dialogue. Who are the people in the
picture? Where is each person from?

Maria: Hello! Im Maria Jones. Whats your name?


Barry: My names Barry. Barry Flynn. Where are you
from, Maria?
Maria: Im from the USA. And you?
Barry: Im from the UK. How old are you?
Maria: Im eleven years old. And you?
Barry: Im eleven years old, too! Oh! Thats the bell!
See you!
Maria: Bye!

2 Match the questions to the answers. Write in your notebook.

? Word
Where: asks about
Whats your name? 1
Where is Barry from? 2
How old is Maria? 3
a 11.
b Maria.
place c The UK.

3 Complete the dialogue in your notebook. Then, act it out.

A: Hello! Im ... . Whats your name?


B: My names ... . Where are you from, ... ?
A: Im from ... . And you?
B: Im from ... . How old are you?
A: Im ... years old. And you?
B: Im ... ! Oh! Thats the bell! See you!
A: Bye!

Pronunciation
Intonation Intonation in Wh- Questions

Listen and repeat.

Where are you from? Whats your name? How old are you?
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Hello, Alexis!
The verb to be (negative)
Im not Alexis.
Im Maria.
full form short form
I am not m not
You are not arent

singular
He
She is not isnt
It

We
plural

You are not arent


They

1 Fill in the gaps as in the example. Write in your notebook.

full form short form

1. I am not 11 years old. 1. I m not 11 years old.


2. Sally ... my friend. 2. Sally ... my friend.
3. Jane and I ... Australian. 3. Jane and I ... Australian.
4. They ... at school. 4. They ... at school.

2 Write sentences in your notebook as in the example. Use the short


form of the verb.
1. Sandra is from India. Sandra isnt from India.
2. Bob and Bill are Brazilian.
3. We are from the USA.
4. I am from India.
5. Chris is British.

3 Correct the sentences as in the example. Write in your notebook.

1. Her names Suzy. (Anna)


Her name isnt/is not Suzy. Her name is/s Anna.
2. Shes Irish. (Canadian)
3. Rosa and Anna are cousins. (best friends)
4. Im from the UK. (Portugal)
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The verb to be (interrogative & short answers)


Is Maria your
sister?
Note
interrogative short answers
No, she isnt.
We do not use Am I ... ? Yes, I am./No, Im not.
short verb forms in
Shes my friend.
positive negative singular Are you ... ? Yes, you are./No, youre not.
answers. Are you he
Yes, he/she/it is.
Romanian? Yes, I Is she ... ?
am. NOT: Yes, Im. No, he/she/it isnt.
it
we
plural

Yes, we/you/they are.


Are you ... ?
No, we/you/they arent.
they

4 Read the text and match the questions to


the answers. Write in your notebook.
Hi! Im Peter Knowles. Im
10 years old and Im from the USA.
This is my best friend, Kate. Shes
11 years old. Our favourite
subject is English.

Is Peter from the USA? 1 a Yes, they are.


Is he 11? 2 b No, he isnt.
Are Kate and Peter best friends? 3 c No, it isnt.
Is Kate 11 years old? 4 d Yes, he is.
Is History their favourite school subject? 5 e Yes, she is.

5 Put the words in the correct order to make questions. Write in your
notebook.
1. Greg/old/10/Is/years/? Is Greg 10 years old?
2. Sam and you/the/from/Are/UK/?
3. Brazil/Is/from/Tom/?
4. Joe and Nick/friends/Are/?

6 Complete the questions with Is, Are in your notebook. Then,


answer them about yourself.

1. ... you Romanian? ... .


2. ... your best friend Irish? ... .
3. ... your favourite school subject English? ... .
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V id e o Landmarks of the World by Lauren Green


25th August 15th December 30th May
Im in London, England. Im in beautiful Surfers Im back home in
London is the home of the Paradise in Australia today. Toronto, Canada.
famous Elizabeth Tower. This is This is a beautiful seaside Im at the CN Tower.
where you can see Big Ben city. Im at the Q1 Tower. This The tower is over
the large bell inside the clock is a very tall tower. Its about 550 metres tall. Im
tower. Big Ben is quite big for 320 metres high. Its just actually on a glass
a bell. It is over 10 years floor 342 metres in the air! The
2.28 metres old. The view view of the city from here is great!
tall and 2.75 from the top
metres wide! floor of the
building is
amazing!

Reading
Check these words 1 Listen to and read the blog entries then match the phrases.
home tower bell Write in your notebook.
view glass floor The Elizabeth Tower is in 1 a seaside city.
Surfers Paradise is a 2 b Canada.
Language Awareness
How tall/How high/ Lauren is from 3 c great.
How big
The view from the CN Tower is 4 d London.
C
A
2 Decide if the sentences are R (right) or W (wrong). Write in your
notebook.

1. The name of the Tower in England is CN Tower.


2. The Q1 Tower is in Australia.
3. The Q1 Tower is ten years old.
4. The glass floor at the CN Tower is 550 metres high.
B

3 Answer the questions. Write in your notebook.

1. How big is Big Ben?


2. How tall is the Q1 Tower?
3. How high is the glass floor at the CN Tower?
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Vocabulary
V id e o
4 Fill in: seaside, bell, view, building. Write in your notebook.
Culture Spot
1. Big Ben is a ... inside the Elizabeth Tower.
The London Eye
is a popular 2. My school is a very beautiful ... .
landmark in 3. The ... from the top floor of my house is amazing.
London.
4. Constanta is a ... city in Romania.

Speaking

5 Choose one of the landmarks in the blog and fill in the


sentences below. Write in your notebook. Then, tell your partner.

Collect The ... is in ... . It is ... tall. I ... because it is ... .


information
about landmarks in Listening
your country.
Prepare a poster. 6 Listen and complete the
gaps (1-4) in your notebook. Video
Where can you hear this?
Punctuation Time
We use capital letters: Name: 1) ...
when we start a
Location: 2) ... , Cape Verde
sentence. We are
12. Age: 3) ... years old
with proper names.
Bob, England Height: under 4) ... metres
with school subjects.
Maths, English,
History 7 Rewrite the sentences in your notebook. Put capital letters where
with the subject needed.
personal pronoun I.
Tim and I are 1. my favourite subjects are history and english.
friends.
with months. April, 2. ann is from ottawa in canada.
May, June 3. her birthday is in august.

Writing (a blog entry about a landmark)

8 Use the information in Ex.6 to complete the blog entry.


Write in your notebook.

The ... by ...

The ... is a famous landmark in ... . It is ... . It is ... . The ... is ... !

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Video
The United Kingdom
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern
Ireland are parts of the United Kingdom
(UK). London is the capital city. English is
the official language. Great Britain is the
island with England, Wales and Scotland.

1 Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland.


A famous landmark in Edinburgh is Edinburgh
2 Castle.
8 Stirling is a city in Scotland. A famous landmark
in Stirling is the William Wallace Monument.

London is the capital city of England.


7
A famous landmark in London is the Palace of
6 Westminster.
Bath is a city in England. A famous landmark in
Bath is the ancient Roman Spa.

Cardiff is the capital city of Wales. A famous


5 landmark in Cardiff is the Millennium Stadium.
3
Bangor is a city in Wales. A famous landmark in
4
Bangor is the Menai Straits Bridge.

Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland.


A famous landmark in Belfast is the Albert
Check these words Clock.
Grammar island monument Derry is a city in Northern Ireland. A famous
stadium bridge landmark in Derry is the old City Wall.
We do not use wall
the with names
of cities, towns or
villages. 1 Listen to and read to the texts. Find which cities the numbers
1-8 are. Write in your notebook.

Speaking & Writing

2 Copy the table in your notebook and complete it with the


information in the texts. Present one of the countries to the class.

Country: Capital city:


Other cities: Landmarks:
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Project Time

1 Draw the map of Romania in your


notebook and complete it with the name of
the capital city and other cities/towns. Use
the symbols in the box to identify them. Put
photos of each city/town and label them.
Bucharest
(capital city)

Romania


ROMANIA
capital city

city/town
Arcul de Triumf,
Bucharest

2 Copy the headings below in your notebook. Collect


information about famous landmarks in each of the cities in Ex.1
and write it under the headings. Prepare a poster. Label the photos.

Name of the Landmark What it is (castle, bridge, wall, monument, tower, etc.) Where it is

Presentation Skills
Plan a trip to
the cities in 3 Use the map in Ex. 1 and your notes in Ex. 2 to present the
landmarks to the class.
Ex. 1. Draw an
itinerary. My country is famous for its landmarks. ... is a ... in ... . etc.

VALUES
National pride

a) Look at the flag of Romania. What do


4 the colours on it mean? Research information.
Tell the class.

b) Find flags of other countries with the same


colours as the Romanian flag. Tell the class.
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Reading 4 Label the pictures with the correct


seasons. Write in your notebook.
1 Decide if the sentences are R (right) or
spring winter autumn summer
W (wrong). Write in your notebook.
2 4
Famous Landmarks Video
1 3

4x1=4
The Sky Tower is in
The Willis Tower Auckland in New 5 Complete the missing months (1-6) in
is in Chicago in Zealand. It is a
your notebook. Then match the seasons
the USA. It is over great tower. It is
from Ex. 4 to the correct group of
40 years old. It is about 20 years old.
months. Write in your notebook.
a very tall and It is 328 metres in b
a
beautiful height. The top floor December 2 ...
building. It is just is 220 metres high.
1 ... 3 ...
under 445
metres tall. May
February

d
1. The Willis Tower is in the USA. c
September
2. The Willis Tower is over 445 metres tall. 4 ...
6 ...
3. The Sky Tower is a tall tower. July
November
4. The top floor at Sky Tower is 328 metres 5 ...
high. 4 x 4 = 16 6x1=6
Vocabulary Grammar

2 Write the countries in your notebook. 6 Write the correct possessive adjective
in your notebook.
1. Canadian ... 1. I ... 5. It ...
2. Portuguese ... 2. You ... 6. We ...
3. Brazilian ... 3. He ... 7. They ...
4. British ... 4. She ...
5. American ... 7x1=7
5x1=5
7 Fill in the gaps with: am/m, is/s, are/re.
3 Write the capital cities in your notebook. Write in your notebook.

1. the UK L ... 1. This landmark ... beautiful.


2. Australia C ... 2. I ... in Canada.
3. Canada O ... 3. We ... from China.
4. New Zealand W ... 4. They ... British.
4x1=4 4x1=4
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8 Fill in the gaps with: m not, isnt (x2) or Writing


arent. Write in your notebook.
12 Copy and complete the email to your
1. I ... Brazilian. English pen-friend in your notebook.
2. Jessica ... 10 years old. MAILBOX SEND

Hello,
3. We ... friends.
My name is ... . Im ... years old. Im from ... . My
4. The building ... tall. 4x1=4
birthday is ... .
What about you?
Write soon,
9 Complete the questions with: is (x2),
...
are (x2). Then answer them. Write in your
notebook. 18 points
Total: 100 points
1. ... Steve your friend? Yes, he ... . Competences
2. ... her name Carol? No, it ... .
3. ... you from the UK? Yes, we ... . Good Very good Excellent
4. ... Ted and Mary from Russia?
No, they ... .
Now I can ...
4x2=8
Vocabulary & Grammar
talk about countries, nationalities and places
Everyday English
talk about seasons, months, dates and ordinal
10 Complete the dialogue with:
numbers
Im eleven, too. How old are you? use possessive adjectives
My names Sam. Sam Jones. And you? Use the verb to be (negative)
Write in your notebook. Use the verb to be ( interrogative & short
A: Hello! Im Tom Sims. Whats your name? answers)
use when, how old and where
B: 1) ... Where are you from, Tom?
Reading
A: Im from the USA. 2) ...
match phrases to make complete sentences
B: Im from Canada. 3) ... identify R/W statements
A: Im eleven years old. And you? answer comprehension questions
B: 4) ... See you! 4 x 3 = 12 Listening
listen for specific information (gap fill)
Listening Speaking
introduce myself/others
11 Listen and complete the
ask for/give personal information
gaps (1-4) in your notebook.
present my country
Name: Tony 1. Nationality: 3. Writing
Age: 2. write a personal profile
Birthday: 4.
write a blog entry
4 x 3 = 12 use capital letters
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Family ties
V id e o mum & dad (parents)
Whats in this
module?
Vocabulary
- Family members
& Pets
- Appearance/
Personality Mary
- Activities/
Tom
Hobbies
Grammar
- Have got
- Possessive case Emma
(s/s of the)
- Plurals (regular/
irregular)
- Can (ability)

- ? Words brother (boy) / sister (girl)


Whose, Who
Everyday English Nick
- Describing a
family member
- Pronunciation:
\S\, \tS\
B
A

Anna
Vocabulary Vocabulary
Family members & Pets
dad = father
mum = mother
1 a) Listen and repeat. grandma = grandmother
granddad = grandfather
This is my
family. brother sister granddad grandma
uncle aunt dad mum
son daughter husband wife
cousin
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aunt & uncle


husband wife

Alex

Bob

Helen Lara

Jim

Sue

granddad & grandma (grandparents)

cousin (boy/girl)

C D

b) Look at Annas family and complete the sentences with words


from Ex. 1a. Write in your notebook.

1. Bob is Annas granddad. 6. Lara is Alexs ... .


2. Lara is Annas ... . 7. Mary is Nicks ... .
3. Nick is Annas ... . 8. Helen is Annas ... .
4. Sue is Annas ... . 9. Alex is Annas ... .
5. Anna is Marys ... . 10. Tom is Annas ... .

2 Match the pets in the pictures (A-E) to the owner(s) (1-5). Write in
your notebook.

Emma 1 A goldfish
Alex 2 B rabbit
Nick 3 C dog
Helen and Bob 4 D cat
Jim 5 E parrot
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V id e o
G

F A E
B D
H I

B ritish
The am ily
oya lF
R Queen Elizabeth II ( A ) is the Queen of the United Kingdom. She is the Head of State. Her husband
is Prince Philip ( B ), the Duke of Edinburgh. The Queen has got many pets, like birds, fish and
horses. Her favourite pets are her Corgi dogs.
The Queen and Prince Philip have got four children Prince Charles ( C ), Princess Anne ( D ), Prince
Andrew ( E ) and Prince Edward ( F ). Prince Charles has got Jack Russell dogs as pets.
Prince William ( G ) and Prince Harry ( H ) are the children of Prince Charles, and the grandchildren
of the Queen. They are very popular. Prince William has got a wife. Her name is Kate Middleton ( I ).
She is the Duchess of Cambridge. Shes very good-looking. Prince William and Kate have got two
children and an English Spaniel dog.
Check these words
A Jack
Reading royal Head of State good-looking
Russell

1 Listen to and read the text. Match the dogs (A-C) to their
owners (1-3). Write in your notebook.
English B
1. Queen Elizabeth II
Spaniel
2. Prince Charles
3. Prince William
C Decide if the sentences are R (right) or W (wrong). Write in your
Corgi
2 notebook.

1. Prince Philip is the Head of State of the United Kingdom.


2. The Queen has got two daughters and two sons.
3. Prince William and Prince Harry are brothers.
Note 4. Kate Middleton is beautiful.

In English, when we Complete the sentences in your notebook.


use two words to make 3
an adjective, e.g. noun
or verb, we join them
1. Queen Elizabeth is the Queen of ... .
with a hyphen (-). 2. The Queens husband is ... .
good-looking
3. They have got four ... .
4. Kate Middleton is Prince Williams ... .
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Vocabulary

4 Complete the sentences with the words. Write in your notebook.


grandchildren popular children good-looking
1. My brother is very ... at school. Hes got many friends.
2. Jack and Susan are grandparents. They have got 6 ... .
3. My parents have got two ... my sister and me.
4. My cousin Julia is a ... girl.

Speaking

Complete the sentences about the British Royal


Queen Elizabeth II is the ... . Her 5 family in your notebook. Present the British Royal
husband is ... . Theyve got ... children:
... , ... , ... and ... . Prince Charles has family to the class.
got ... sons: ... and ... . Prince William
Listening
has got a ... . Her names ... .
Which picture shows Simons family? Listen and
6 write in your notebook.
B C
A

Writing (a post about your family)


Copy and complete the short post below about your family in your
7 notebook. Swap papers with your partner. Edit each others post.

WARNING: Update Status Add Photos/Video


Remember Hi everyone!
Internet safety
Ive got a big/small family. My dads name is ... . He is ... years old. My mums name
rules! Do not
give personal is ... . Shes ... years old. Ive got ... brother(s) and ... sister(s). Ive/havent got a pet.
information to My grandfathers name is ... and my grandmothers name is ... . I love my family!
people you
dont know. Friends only Post

Find videos of the Royal Family. Prepare a quiz for your


8 classmates.
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Have got (affirmative)

affirmative
full form short form
I
have got ve got
You
singular
He
She has got s got
It
We
plural

You have got ve got Ive got a dog.


They Shes got a cat.

Complete the sentences in your notebook. Use has got (x2)


1 or have got (x2).

1. I ... a cat. 3. My friend ... two dogs.


2. They ... a rabbit. 4. Tina ... a goldfish.

Look at the table and complete the sentences in your


2 notebook.

Gary Helen 1. Gary has got a brother.

brother 2. Helen ... a sister.


sister 3. They ... cousins.
cousins 4. Helen ... a dog.
dog 5. Gary ... a cat.
cat 6. They ... goldfish.
goldfish
Note

s is the short form of


Rewrite the sentences in your notebook, as in the examples.
the third person 3
singular (he/she/it) of
the verbs (have) and 1. Pauls from the UK. Paul is from the UK.
be (is).
2. Steves got a rabbit. Steve has got a rabbit.
Hes got a cat. = He
has got a cat. Hes 3. Marys American.
eleven. = He is eleven.
4. Tonys got a dog.
5. Bobs got a sister.
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Have got (negative)

negative
full form short form
We havent got
homework today.
I
have not got havent got
You
singular He
She has not got hasnt got
It
We
plural

You have not got havent got


They

Correct the sentences as in the example. Write in your notebook.


4
1. Kelly has got a cat. (a dog) 2. Joey has got a brother. (a sister)
Whose is this No! Kelly hasnt got a cat.
notebook? 3. They have got a daughter. (a son)
She has got a dog.
4. I have got a fish. (a bird)
Its Nats
notebook. Possessive case (s/s of the)

Singular Plural (regular) Plural (irregular) two subjects


+ s + + s + s
Marys aunt the boys birds the mens pets Bob and Als dog
Note: We do not use s or s for objects. We use of the.
The door of the house is blue. (NOT: The houses door.)

Choose the correct answer. Write in your notebook.


5
1. Its the desk of the girls/girls desk.
2. The bags colour/colour of the bag is red.
3. The legs of the chair/chairs legs are blue.

? Word
Whose: asks about
possession
6 Form questions and answers as in the example. Write in your
notebook.

1. rabbit? Anns 2. dog? Marios


Whose is this rabbit? 3. cat? Tom and Peters
Its Anns rabbit. 4. parrot? the girls
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2c Vocabulary
Physical Appearance/Personality (Adjectives)

a) Listen and repeat.


1
Grammar Build Height Age
thin plump short tall young old
Adjectives
In English,
adjectives do not b) Choose the correct answer. Write in your notebook.
change in gender
or in number.
The girl is tall. The
boy is tall.
The girls are tall. Tims a 1) thin/plump boy.
The boys are tall. Alberts 2) thin/plump.
Adjective Sam
Tim and Sam are 3) short/tall.
(position)
The adjective goes Marks 4) short/tall.
after the verb be Albert
but before a noun. Tim Tim, Albert and Mark are
Tom is young. 5) young/old boys.
Tom is a young boy.
Mark Sams a(n) 6) young/old man.

Listen and repeat. Match the adjectives to the pictures.


2 Write in your notebook. Then say or write.

1. clever 2. polite 3. funny 4. kind 5. friendly

Thank you!

A
B C D E

A: Shes polite. B: Hes clever.

Describe yourself and one of your family members to your


3 partner.

Im short and thin. Im funny. My uncle Mikes young.


Hes tall and thin. Hes clever.

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Everyday English 2d
? Word
Who: asks about 1
Describing a family member
Listen to the dialogue. Who are the people in the pictures?
person
Barry: Hi, Nat. How are you?
Nat: Hi, Barry. Im great, thanks. And you?
Barry: Not bad. Hey, whos that girl over there?
Nat: Who? ... The tall thin one?
Barry: No, thats my cousin Jessica. The short one.
Nat: Oh, thats my friend Hannah.
Barry: Wheres she from?
Nat: Shes from Australia.
Barry: How old is she?
Nat: Shes 11 and shes very friendly. Come on,
lets go and say hello.
Barry: Cool!

Read the dialogue. Answer the questions.


2
1. Who is tall? 2. Who is Hannahs friend? 3. What is Hannah like?

Use the adjectives on p. 40 to help you. Act out a similar dialogue.


3
A: Hi, ... . How are you?
B: Hi, ... . Im ... , thanks. And you?
A: ... . Whos that ... over there?
B: Who? ... The ... one?
A: No, thats ... . The ... one.
B: Oh, thats ... .
A: Wheres ... from ... ?
B: ... .
A: How old is ... ?
B: ... and ...s very ... . Come on, lets go and say hello.
A: Cool!

Pronunciation \S\, \tS\

Listen and repeat.

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Have you got


have got (interrogative & short answers) a sister?

Yes, I have. Her


interrogative short answers names Iris.
I Yes, I/you have.
Have
you No, I/you havent.
singular
he
Yes, he/she/it has.
Has she
got? No, he/she/it hasnt.
it
we Yes, we/you/they have.
plural

Have you No, we/you/they


they havent.

1 Match the questions to the answers. Write in your notebook.

Have you got a cat? 1 a Yes, they have.


Has Jack got a parrot? 2 b Yes, we have.
Have the children got bikes? 3 c No, she hasnt.
Has Julie got a sister? 4 d Yes, I have.
Have Zack and you got a cousin? 5 e No, he hasnt.

Fill in the gaps with: have (x3), has (x3), havent or hasnt. Write in
2 your notebook.

1. Have Ann and Tom got a pet dog? No, they havent.
2. ... you got a brother? Yes, I ... .
3. ... your best friend got a cat? Yes, he ... .
4. ... Mario got a goldfish? No, he ... .

Write sentences in your notebook, as in the example.


3
1. they/a big family? (Yes)
Have they got a big family? Yes, they have.
2. she/a brother? (No)
3. you/a sister? (No)
4. Mark/a rabbit? (Yes)
5. You and Maria/a dog? (Yes)
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Plurals (regular)

Nouns most s, ss, sh, ch, vowel consonant


+y f, fe
ending in nouns x, o +y
+ + + y+ f/fe +
Plural endings
-s -es -s -ies -ves
Examples

Singular
apple dress key butterfly leaf

Plural
apples dresses keys butterflies leaves

Write the plurals of the words in the list in your notebook.


4
1. brush 2. baby 3. box 4. girl 5. bus 6. boy 7. scarf

2 3 4
1

two ... two ... two ... two ...


7
5 6

two ... two ... two ...


Grammar
Plurals (irregular)
There are no rules
Complete the gaps with the correct word. Write in your notebook.
for irregular plurals. 5
You have to learn
them by heart. 2 3
woman women, 4
foot feet

1
one person one child one tooth
one man
four people four ... two ...
three ...

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V id e o

Not all families are the same.


Some are more unusual than others!

Superman is from th
His home on Earth
e planet Krypton. Supergirl is Supermans cousin. She is
e is Kara
is in Smallville, USA.
His from Krypton, too! Her real nam
name is Clark Ke names
Jonathan and Marth
nt. His parents
are Zor-El. She has got a sister. Her
beautiful.
a Kent. He has got
friend Lois Lane, an a be st Alex. Supergirl is short, thin and
has got a
Superdog! He is ta
d a pet dog Krypto
the She is ver y kind and friendly. She
cousin!
has got a red and bl
ll and strong. Supe
rman red and blue outfit, just like her
invisible.
on the front.He can
ue outfit with a big re
d S She can fly very fast and become
, but
objects. Hes a grea
fly very fast and lift
he avy She is only a beginner superhero
t hero! shes really brave!

Reading
Check these words
Listen to and read the texts. Then, match the sentences
strong outfit 1 to the correct characters below. Write in your notebook.
beginner brave
Who ...
is Supermans best friend? 1 a Supergirl.
has got a pet? 2 b Lois Lane.
Culture Spot
has got a sister? 3 c Superman and Supergirl.
Captain Britain is a has got a red and blue outfit? 4 d Superman.
famous superhero in
the UK. His real name
Decide if the sentences are R (right) or W (wrong). Write in your
is Brian Braddock. 2 notebook.
1. Supermans home is in the USA.
2. The name of Supermans dog is Lois.
3. Superman and Supergirl are from the same place.
4. Supergirl is tall.

Speaking
Whos a famous
Present one of the superheroes to the class.
superhero in
your country?
3
Superman is from Krypton. His name is Clark Kent. etc.
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Vocabulary
Activities & hobbies
Listen and repeat:
4

sing jump dance swim ride a bike

cook surf draw play football play the guitar

Read the table. Ask and answer questions about the activities in Ex. 4
5
can
Affirmative Negative
I/you/he etc. can play tennis. I/you/he etc. cant dance.
Interrogative & short answers
Can I/you/he etc. ride a bike? Yes, I/you/he etc. can. No, I/you/he etc. cant.

A: Can you jump? B: Yes, I can./No, I cant.

Listening
Listen and complete the gaps (1-5) in your notebook.
6
Name: The Flash

Create your
Where from: 1) ..., USA Video
Real name: Barry 2) ...
own
Appearance: tall and 3) ...
superheroes.
Character: 4) ...
Present them
to the class. Family: husband of Iris West, uncle of 5) ... (the third Flash)

Writing (a poster of your favourite cartoon characters)


Make a poster of your favourite cartoon characters. Present it to the class.
7 Say who they are and what they can do.
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V id e o

dog cat
frog
canary

Animals butterfly

parrot
A mammal is an animal that can drink milk from its mother.
Most mammals, such as dogs and cats, have got fur.
A bird is an animal that has got feathers, two wings and two legs.
Most birds, such as canaries and parrots, can fly, but penguins cant.
We can find fish in the water. Most fish, for example trout, have got fins and
scales.
An insect is an animal that has got three main body parts and six legs. Some
insects, such as butterflies, have got wings.
An amphibian can live some time in the water and some time on land. Most
amphibians, such as frogs, have got smooth skin.

Check these words trout


fur fin scale
Reading
smooth skin
Listen to and read the text and decide if the sentences are R
1 (right) or W (wrong). Write in your notebook.
penguin
1. Mammals have got scales. 4. Fish have got fur.
2. Birds have got feathers. 5. Some insects have got wings.
3. All birds can fly. 6. Amphibians cant live in water.

Speaking
Use the photos to present one of the types of animals to the
2 class.
Dogs and cats are mammals. They drink milk from their mothers.
Theyve got fur.

Project
Create a poster. Collect photos of various types of
3 animals. Classify them under the headings: mammals, birds, fish,
insects, amphibians. Label the animals. Display your poster in
class.
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Project Time 2

1 Mia is the hero of your new book A Day in the Life of Mia.
Create a family for Mia. Copy the family tree below and
draw the pictures of the people in her family.

Create an
album with granddad grandma
your and your
familys
hobbies.

dad mum uncle aunt

Mia brother/sister cousin

2 Copy and complete the table below for each of Mias family
members in your notebook.

Family member Name Age Appearance Personality Hobbies


granddad Jerry 63 tall and fat funny reading

Presentation Skills

3 Use the family tree in Ex. 1 and your notes in Ex. 2 to present
Mias family to the class.

This is Mias Family. Her granddads name is Jerry. He is 63 years old. He is


tall and fat. He is funny. etc.

4 Draw your family tree. Present it to the class.


thing. Its everything.
Family is not an important
Michael J. Fox
VALUES In time of test, family is be
Family st.
Burmese Proverb
a) Discuss the sayings.
5
b) Complete the sentence in your notebook.
Use one of these words: the best, everything, special.
My family is ... .
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Reading Grammar
Decide if the sentences are R (right) or Fill in the gaps with the correct form of
1 W (wrong). Write in your notebook.
4 have got. Write in your notebook.
1. Jane ... two brothers. ()
V id e o 2. ... Henry and Bob ... a sister? (?)
Posted by Jimmy 3. We ... a pet. ()
Hi guys! Who is your Offline Joined: 10/8
4. I ... long brown hair. ()
favourite hero? Newbie Posts: 14 5. ... Jim ... any cousins? (?)
Hi, 6. My grandma ... a dog. ()
6 x 2 = 12
My name is Dan and Im from London. My favourite
hero is Captain Britain. He is from Essex in the UK
Complete the sentences with can () or
and his real name is Brian Braddock. He is a clever 5 cant ().
man. He is an amazing hero!
1. They do martial arts. ()
1. Dan is from Essex. 2. Ann do gymnastics. ()
2. Captain Britain is a superhero. 3. We play football. ()
3. Essex isnt in the UK. 4. You play basketball. ()
4. Captain Britains real name is Dan 5. I run fast. ()
Braddock. 5x1=5

5. Captain Britain is clever.


5 x 3 = 15
Choose the correct answer. Write in
6 your notebook.
Vocabulary
Complete the pairs in your notebook. 1. Anns/Anns brother is tall.
2
1. mum d ... 2. The houses door/door of the house is
blue.
2. grandma g ...
3. The girls cat/cat of the girl is Fluffy.
3. uncle a ...
4. The bikes of the boys/boys bikes are
4. brother s ...
red.
5. wife h ... 5. The legs of the chair/chairs legs are
6. son d ... 6x1=6 pink. 5x1=5

Look at the picture and choose


3 the correct answer. Write in your 7 Write the plural of the words below in
your notebook.
notebook.
1. child ... 6. man ...
Amanda is tall/short 2. box ... 7. foot ...
and thin/fat. 3. toy ... 8. watch ...
4. baby ... 9. girl ...
Shes also very old/young. 5. class ... 10. wife ...
2x1=2 10 x 1 = 10
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MAILBOX SEND
Everyday English
Hello,
8 Complete the dialogue with: My ... name is ... . He/She is ... years old.
Lets go and say hello. He/Shes ... . He/She is ... .
What about you?
Thats my friend Joey.
Write soon,
Hey, whos that boy over there? ...
The short thin one?
18 points
Write in your notebook. Total:100 points

A: Hi Jade. 1) ...
Competences
B: Who? ... 2) ...
A: No. 3) ... The tall one. Good Very good Excellent
B: Oh, thats my cousin Eric. Hes eleven Now I can ...
and hes very kind. 4) ...
Vocabulary & Grammar
A: Cool!
4 x 3 = 12 talk about family members and pets
talk about physical appearance
Listening & personality
talk about hobbies and activities
For questions 1-5, choose the correct
9 answer (A, B or C). Write in your notebook.
use have got
use possessive case
1. Who is Jane? use plurals
A Annas aunt B Annas sister use can (ability)
C Annas mum
use whose and who
2. How many brothers has Anna got? Reading
A 2 B 3 C 5
match phrases to make sentences
3. How old is Annas dad? identify R/W statements
A 35 B 40 C 42 answer comprehension questions
4. Who is Alex?
A Annas granddad B Annas cousin Listening
C Annas uncle listen for specific information (gap fill)
5. Whos Annas aunt? Speaking
A Helen B Sue C Kelly present myself/others
ask for/give personal information
5 x 3= 15 present a family
Writing present types of animals
Writing
10 Copy and complete the email to your
English pen-friend about one of your
write a personal profile
family members in your notebook. write a blog entry
use capital letters

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A
Whats in this
module? 1
Vocabulary 2
- Rooms in a house
- Furniture & 3
Appliances
- Public places
near my house
- Signs in public D
places
Grammar
- There is/There are 10
(affirmative & 11 12
13
negative)
- Prepositions of
place
- a/an some
any
14
- there is/there are garden
(interrogative &
short answers)
- this/these- 15
that/those
Everyday English Vocabulary
- Describing your Rooms/Places of a house
home
Match the rooms (1-5) to the pictures (A-E).
- Pronunciation: 1 Write in your notebook.
\A\, \O\
Listen and check, then repeat.

1. childs bedroom C
2. kitchen
3. bathroom
4. parents bedroom
5. living room

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V id e o
B C

9
4
5
6

20
garage
18

17 19
16

Furniture & Appliances


Listen, point and say.
2
1. curtains 6. washbasin 11. sink 16. sofa
2. pillows 7. wardrobe 12. cooker 17. coffee table
3. bed 8. carpet 13. fridge 18. lamp
4. toilet 9. desk 14. table 19. armchair
5. bath 10. cupboards 15. chairs 20. bookcase

List the words in Ex.2 under the headings. furniture appliances


3 Write in your notebook.
other
bed cooker curtains

Ask and answer questions, as in the example.


4
A: Wheres the bed? B: Its in the childs/parents bedroom.
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Reading

A
1 Look at the pictures. What kind of room
can you see?

Check these words


V id e o quiet street floor
footballer wall

Hi Mark,
How are you? Im so happy with my new house! Its
in a quiet street near a park and theres a garden
outside. My house is big. Theres a large living room,
a nice kitchen and two bedrooms. The living room
and the kitchen are downstairs. My favourite room
B is my bedroom. Its on the first floor. Theres a bed, a
desk and a bookcase in it. The curtains are blue.
There are posters of my favourite footballers, too.
Please, come and see me! How about this
Saturday? Let me know.
Write back
Peter

2 Listen to and read the email. Which picture is Peters room?

3 Read again and decide if the sentences are R (right) or


W (wrong) or DS (doesn't say). Write in your notebook.
1. Peters new house has got a garden.
2. There are three bedrooms.
3. His bedroom is downstairs.
4. Peters bedroom has got a balcony.
5. Peter has got posters in his room.

4 Answer the questions. Write in your notebook.


1. Where is Peters house?
2. Is his house big?
3. What rooms are downstairs?
4. What colour are the curtains in his room ?
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Note 5 Find the adjectives in the text that are the opposites to the
adjectives below. Write in your notebook.
Learn words with
1. old house house
their opposites.
This helps you 2. noisy street street
remember them.
thin plump
3. small living room living room
4. horrible kitchen kitchen

Vocabulary
Parts of a house
Fill in the gaps with: door, walls,
6 balcony, window and garden.
wall
Write in your notebook.
balcony
1. Emmas bedroom has got
yellow ... .
2. Theres a big ... with chairs and
window
a table
upstairs.
3. There are beautiful flowers in
the ... .

door 4. Come in! The ... is open.


5. There are curtains in
front of the ... in our
living room.
garden

Speaking

Compare Peters house to your house.


7
Peters house is big. My house is big, too.
Peters house is near a park. My house isnt near a park.

Writing

Write an email to your English-speaking friend (50-60 words). In


8 your email: explain where your house is, say how many rooms
there are, describe your bedroom, invite him/her to visit.

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This is my bedroom.
There is a bed, a desk and
a chair in it. There are
posters on the
There is There are (affirmative & negative) wall, too.

form singular plural


affirmative There is/s There are

negative There isnt/is not There arent/are not


Grammar

Fill in the gaps with is, isnt, are or arent. Write in your notebook.
We use this/these
for people/things
1
near us. In the living room, ...
We use that/those
for people/things 1. there ... a sofa. () 4. there ... a carpet. ()
far from us.
2. there ... four pictures. () 5. there ... books in the bookcase. ()
3. there ... a coffee table. () 6. there ... two armchairs. ()

Describe the picture as in the example.


2 Use the prompts in the box to help you.

There are windows in the room.

carpet chair
window
desk bed
bookcase
lamp curtains
wardrobe

This/These That/Those

Look at the picture. Write what Mary says in your notebook.


3
4 5 6 7

1 3

Point to things near/far from you in the classroom and make


4 sentences. Use this/these, that/those.
This is my desk.
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Prepositions of place

er in front of beh
in nd ind
We use

u
One student
goes outside on prepositions
the classroom. of place to
Hide the ball. opposite show where
ar someone or
The student ne
ve
abo something is.
asks questions w
b elo
to find the ball.

Look at the pictures above. Look and say.


5
The cat is in the ball.

Choose the correct preposition. Write in your notebook.


6

This is my bedroom. It has got red


curtains and a carpet 1) under/in
front of the bed. There is a white
bookcase 2) opposite/behind the
window. There is a lamp 3) on/in the
bookcase. There are pictures
4) above/on the bed and there is an
armchair 5) below/near the window.
Its great!

Writing (a short post describing your bedroom)


Post a description of your bedroom. Use the text in Ex. 6 as a
7 model. Write in your notebook.

Update Status Add Photos/Video


Hello, friends!
My bedroom is ... . There is ... . There are ... .
Its great!
Friends only Post

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3c Vocabulary
Public places near my house

V id e o 1 a) Label the pictures with: cinema, park, hospital, library, gym,


supermarket. Write in your notebook.
1 2 3

4 5 6

b) Listen and check. Then, repeat.

Speaking

Tell your partner which places there are/arent near your


1 2 house.

Near my house, there is a cinema, a gym and a park. There isnt a


library.

Announcements & Messages in public places


2
Look at the pictures below. In which of the places in Ex.1a can
3 you see them? What do they mean?
6
4

3 5

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Everyday English 3d
Describing your home

a) Complete the dialogue with the sentences (A-D). Write in your


1 notebook.

A Barry: Your house is awesome! V id e o


Nat: 1) ...
Barry: Its really big. There is a living room and a kitchen
downstairs. The bedrooms and the bathroom are
upstairs.
Nat: 2) ...
Barry: Yes, it is. Theres a bed, a desk with a computer on
B it, a wardrobe and a carpet on the floor.
Nat: 3) ...
Whys that?
Barry: No, there isnt, but thats OK. A
Nat: 4) ... B Thanks. Whats
Barry: Because theres a big park your house like?
opposite my house! C Is your room big?
D Sounds nice. Is
there a garden?
b) Which is Barrys bedroom: A or B ?

Listen and check. Then, act out the dialogue in pairs.


2
Complete the exchanges with phrases below. Write in
3 your notebook.

Whats your house like? Is your room big? Is there a garage?


Is it near a park?
1. A: Whats your house like? 3. A: ... ?
B: My house is small and modern. B: No. Its small.
2. A: ... ? 4. A: ... ?
B: No, there isnt, but theres a garden. B: Yes. It is.

Act out a similar dialogue about your house and bedroom.


4
Pronunciation \A\, \O\

Listen and repeat.

\A\ garden, bathroom, carpet \O\ awesome, wardrobe, small


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There is a book A/An Some Any


There are some books on the table, too.
in the bookcase.
form singular (a/an) plural (some/any)
affirmative There is a book. There are some books.
negative There isnt a poster. There arent any posters.
interrogative Is there an armchair? Are there any armchairs?

Match the phrases to make sentences. Write in your notebook.


1
There is 1 a some pillows on the bed.
Grammar There are 2 b any chairs in the room.
a/an + singular There isnt 3 c an armchair in the living room.
countable noun
There arent 4 d a sofa in the bedroom.
some + plural
countable noun
Choose the correct word. Write in your notebook.
in the affirmative 2
any + plural
countable noun 1. Theres an/a sofa in the living room.
in the negative
2. There are some/any chairs in the bedroom.
and interrogative
3. Is there a/an desk in the room?
4. There arent some/any pillows on the bed.

Fill in the gaps with: a/an, some or any. Write in your notebook.
3
1. There are ... paintings on the wall.
2. There isnt ... armchair in the kitchen.
3. There arent ... books on the desk.
4. There is ... bookcase in my bedroom.

Fill in the gaps with: There is, There isnt, There are,
4 There arent and a/an, some or any. Write in your
notebook.

1. There is a bed. 6. ... books in the


2. ... desk. bookcase.

3. ... wardrobe. 7. ... table.

4. ... pictures on the wall. 8. ... cupboards.

5. ... armchair.
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There is There are (interrogative & short answers)


Is there a sofa in
your bedroom?

Grammar form singular plural


interrogative Is there? Are there?
In short answers
we cant say; Yes, there is./ Yes, there are./
short answers
Yes, theres or Yes, No, there isnt. No, there arent.
therere.

No, there
Complete the sentences in the interrogative. isnt.
5 Write in your notebook.

1. There is a book on the desk. Is there a book on the desk?


2. There are four chairs in the kitchen. ... four chairs in the kitchen?
3. There is a sofa in the living room. ... in the living room?
4. There are pictures on the wall. ... ?

Complete the sentences below with the correct form of there is


6 there are. Write in your notebook.

1. A: ... a carpet in the room? 3. A: ... a bookcase in your


B: Yes, ... . room?
B: No, ... .
2. A: ... any pictures on the
walls? 4. A: ... any chairs in the kitchen?
B: No, ... . B: Yes, ... .

Speaking
Ask and answer questions as in the example.
7

pictures cupboards
bed windows
sofa bath
carpet cooker
coffee table curtains
bookcase fridge
armchairs

A: Are there any pictures on the wall? A: Is there a bed in the room?
B: Yes, there are. B: No, there isnt.
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Video

There are many types of houses in the UK. Some are big.
Some are small. Some are in the city centre and some are in
the countryside. Here are the main types of houses in the UK.

detached bungalow terraced


A detached house is on its own with Bungalows are small houses
Terraced houses are houses in long
a garden and a driveway. Detached with gardens. They have only
rows. These houses are in city
houses are big and are usually got one floor. There are
centres and in big towns. They are
in the suburbs. They are bungalows in small
small and sometimes there is a
popular with towns and in
small garden or a yard at the back.
families, but the
they are suburbs.
expensive.
semi-detached
block of flats
Semi-detached houses are two
In city centres, there are blocks of houses together with a garden.
flats. These homes are on top of each They are popular with families,
other. Some blocks of flats are very too. There are semi-detached cottage
tall with good views at the top. They houses in the suburbs and in a
are very popular lot of big towns. In the countryside,
with young there are cottages.
people. These houses are
small with big
gardens. They are
very pretty.

Reading
Listen to and read the webpage and match phrases 1-3 to
1 phrases a-c. Write in your notebook.
Check these words A detached house 1 a are two houses together.
countryside
Semi-detached houses 2 b are homes on top of each other.
driveway suburb
row yard floor Blocks of flats 3 c is expensive.

Decide if the sentences are R (right) or W (wrong) or DS (doesn't


2 say). Write in your notebook.
1. Terraced houses have always 3. Cottages are expensive
got a garden in the back. houses.
2. Blocks of flats are in city 4. Bungalows have got two
centres. floors.
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Answer the questions in your notebook.


3
1. What types of houses are 2. What types of houses have
V id e o there in city centres? got a garden?

Culture Spot Vocabulary


Complete the sentences with: driveway, suburbs, yard or floors.
Buckingham 4 Write in your notebook.
Palace is the
official residence
of the Monarch in 1. My house has got two ... . 3. Toms house isnt in the city
the UK. Its got 2. We have got a lovely ... at the centre. Its in the ... .
775 rooms.
back of the house. 4. My dads car is in the ... .
Speaking
Present one of the different types of English homes to the class in
5 your own words. Write in your notebook.
Detached houses are big. Theyre in the suburbs. Theyve got gardens
and driveways.
What is the
official residence of
Collect pictures of various types of houses in your country.
the head of state in
your country?
6 Prepare a poster. Present it to the class.
Listening
Listen to the conversation and decide if the sentences are
7 R (right) or W (wrong). Write in your notebook.
Punctuation Time
1. Bills house is very big. 3. Its an old house.
We use commas to
separate elements 2. The houses got 3 bedrooms. 4. Theres a park near Bills house.
in a list.
Rewrite the sentences. Put commas where necessary. Write in your
There is a sofa,
a lamp, an
8 notebook.
armchair and a TV
in the living room. 1. There is a desk a bed and 2. My house has got a kitchen a
a chair in my bedroom. living room two bedrooms and
a bathroom.
Writing (a short message about your house)
Write a short message to your English-speaking friend about your
9 house. Use the message below to help you.

Hi ... ,
My house is the one with ... . Inside, there is ... . Its
number 9 on Apple street.
See you soon,
...
my house
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V id e o
Listen to and read the text and complete the missing words in
1 your notebook.

Draw a Map to Scale


A scale of a map is the relationship between the size of something
on the map and its size in the real world. Lets draw a map to scale.
What you need:
graph paper
ruler

pencil

What you do:

Choose two objects 1) i __ your


bedroom, like your bed and the desk or the
chair and the window.
Use steps to measure the distance.
Walk in a straight line. Place your feet from
heel to toe. Count how many steps it takes
to get from one object to 2) t __ __ other.
Write down the number of steps.
Choose a scale, like one square on the
graph is the same as one step. Use the
ruler to draw a map of
3) y __ __ __ room. Use the
measurements in steps. Write the map
scale at the bottom of the graph paper.

This 4) i __ a scaled map of your room.

Check these words Answer the questions in your notebook.


scale relationship
2
size step 1. What is a scale of a map?
measure distance 2. What are the things you need to draw a map to scale?
measurement
Use the information in the text to draw a scaled map of your
3 room or your classroom. Present it to the class.
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Project Time 3

1 Look at Victors dream house and describe it to


the class.

My Dream House
by Victor Albescu

Get
a board game
template. Draw
pictures/signs
related to houses
and signs. Play
the game.
2 Use the table below and your own ideas to create your
dream house. How similar is it to Victors?

What there is How many/What Furniture in


Where it is Size rooms it has got each room
outside

countryside small balcony kitchen chairs


town big garden living room table
suburbs huge garage bathroom bed
city centre etc driveway bedroom etc bookcase etc

Presentation Skills

3 Use your drawing and notes in Ex. 2 to present your dream house
to the class.
My dream house is in . It is . Outside the house there is .
Inside the house there are rooms. There is a . In the , there is
. etc.

VALUES
Home
a) Discuss the saying. My home, my castle.
4
b) Complete the sentence in your notebook. Use one of
these words: big, beautiful, small, old, modern.
My home is great because its ... .
Video
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Reading Grammar
Read the text and answer the questions Fill in: this, these, that, those.
1 in your notebook.
3
1.

is a chair and is a desk.


Number 10 2.

are books and are magazines.

10 Downing Street or Number 10 is the office and 3.


house of the British Prime Minister. is a guitar and are glasses.
It is also the name of the building. There is a police
officer in front of its black front door. 4.
The building is three hundred years old, and has are shoes and is a cap.
got one hundred rooms. The Prime Ministers 4x1=4
Fill in: there is or there are. Write in your
house is on the third floor. The other floors have 4 notebook.
got offices. There is kitchen in the basement . At
the back, there is a courtyard with a nice garden. 1. ... curtains in the bedroom.
Number 10 is near Buckingham Palace, the 2. ... a cooker in the kitchen.
Queens house, just a short walk from the Houses
3. ... two windows in the room.
of Parliament.
4. ... a table in the living room.
4x1=4
1. Whose home is 10 Downing Street? Fill in: some or any. Write in your
2. How old is the building?
5 notebook.
3. How many rooms has it got? 1. Are there ... books on the desk?
4. Which floor is the Prime Ministers 2. There are ... pillows on the bed.
house on?
4 x 5 = 20 3. There arent ... posters on the wall.
Vocabulary 4. There are ... cupboards in the kitchen.
4x2=8
Choose the odd word out. Write in your
2 Choose the correct preposition. Write in
notebook. 6 your notebook.
1. kitchen bedroom bathroom carpet
1. The flowers are on/in the table.
2. bookcase wardrobe library cupboard
2. The sofa is under/opposite the chair.
3. pillow armchair sofa chair
3. The computer is below/on the desk.
4. floor door window garden
4. The carpet is above/in front of the bed.
5. hospital garage gym cinema
5 x 2 = 10 5. The wardrobe is in/near the bed.
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Everyday English Writing

7 Complete the dialogue with:


9 Copy and complete the email to Mark
about your house in your notebook.
Its great! Is there a balcony?
Whats your new house like? MAILBOX SEND
Whats your room like? Hi Mark,
Write in your notebook. My house is ... . Its got ... . My room is ... .
A: Hi, Paul! 1) ... What about you?
Write soon,
B: Hi, Jessie! 2) ... Its got a kitchen, a living ...
room and a bathroom downstairs, and
19 points
two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs. Total: 100 points
A: 3) ...
B: Its not very big. Theres a bed, a desk Competences
and a chair.
A: 4) ... Good Very good Excellent
B: Yes, there is.
4 x 3 = 12 Now I can ...
Vocabulary & Grammar
Listening
talk about houses rooms, furniture and
Listen and choose the correct answer appliances
8 (A, B or C). Write in your notebook. talk about public places near my house
recognise signs in public places
1. Wheres the desk? use there is there are
use prepositions of place
A B C use a/an some any
use this/these that/those
Reading
2. Which floor is Johns house on? match phrases to make complete sentences
A identify R/W/DS statements
B C
2nd 5th 8th complete sentences with missing information
answer comprehension questions
3. What hasnt Kate got in her bedroom?
Listening
A B C identify R/W statements
Speaking
identify location describe my home
present my dream house
4. Wheres Peter?
Writing
A B C punctuate sentences
write an email/a message about my house

4 x 3 = 12
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e
IN THE MORNING Barrys daily routin
Whats in this 12:00 am 12:00 noon 1 2
module?
Vocabulary
- Daily routine
- Free-time
activities
- Sports
7:00 get up 7:10 take a shower
- School rules
Grammar
- Present simple
- Adverbs of IN THE AFTERNOON
12:00 noon 6:00 pm 6 7
frequency
- Prepositions of
time
- Question words
Everyday English
- Making
arrangements 13:00 have lunch 15:30 finish school
Accepting/
Refusing IN THE EVENING
- Pronunciation: 6:00 pm 12:00 am
/T/, /D/
11 12

Note
In English, we can use
the 12-hour clock or the
24-hour clock when 19:00 have dinner 20:00 watch TV
writing. We usually only
use the 12-hour clock
when speaking. Its Vocabulary
6 pm. NOT: Its 18:00.
Daily routine/Free-time activities
Listen and repeat.
1
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V id e o

3 4 5

7:30 have breakfast 7:45 brush my teeth 8:00 walk to school

8 9 10

16:00 come back home 16:15 do my homework 17:30 go to football practice

13 14 15

20:30 chat online 21:00 play video games 21:30 go to bed

Note Speaking
Imagine you are Barry. Use phrases from Ex. 1 to tell the class
We use first, then, after
(that) to show
2 about your routine on Mondays.
sequence of events.
I get up at 7 oclock in the morning and take a shower.
Then, I have breakfast and brush my teeth. After that, ...
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Video
School days in the UK
Michael gets up at 7:30 am and has his breakfast. His best friend, Ben,
lives next door, so they walk to school together. They are in the same class
at Greenwood Primary School. There are 30 students in their class. All
students wear a school uniform and carry their books in a backpack.
The students have registration at 8:45 am and lessons start at 9:00 am. There
is a short break at 10:30 am and a lunch break at 12:30 pm. Michael brings a
packed lunch from home, but Ben buys a hot school dinner from the canteen.
In the afternoon, there are lessons again from 1:15 pm until 3:40 pm. When
school finishes, Michael and Ben have football practice because they play for
the school team. At 4:30 pm, Michael and Ben walk back home.
Michael takes a shower and does his homework. He has
dinner at 7:00 pm with his family. Then, he goes online. He
goes to bed at 9:30 pm.

Reading
Check these words 1 Listen to and read the text, then match. Write in your
uniform backpack notebook.
registration packed Michael gets up 1 a at 7:00 pm.
hot school dinner
Lunch is 2 b at 7:30 am.
canteen team
Michael has dinner 3 c at 12:30 pm.

Decide if the sentences are R (right) or W (wrong) or DS (doesn't


2 say). Write in your notebook.

1. Michael and Ben walk to school together.


2. There are three breaks in the school day.
3. Ben likes the food from the canteen.
4. Michael does his homework before dinner.

Answer the questions in your notebook.


3
1. Who is Michaels best friend? 3. When is Michael and Bens
2. What time is registration? football practice?
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Vocabulary
School
Complete the sentences with: break, canteen, packed lunch,
4 school dinner, uniform. Write in your notebook.
1. All the students wear a school ... .
2. I bring a ... to school every day.
3. After the first lesson, there is a ... .
4. Some students buy a ... at lunchtime.
5. We have our lunch in the ... .

Match the words in bold in the text to their opposites below. Write
5 in your notebook.
1. cold ... 2. different ... 3. long ...

Listening

Listen and complete Pauls school timetable in your notebook.


6
Pauls timetable
Get up 7:00 am Break 2) ... Homework 5:00 pm
Go to school Lunch 1:00 pm Dinner 4) ...
1) ... Tennis practice Chat online 8:00 pm
Registration 8:30 am 3) ... Bed 9:30 pm

Complete the text in your notebook. Use Then or After.


7
A I get up at 7:30 am. First I take a shower, 1) ... I have breakfast.
2) ... breakfast, I walk to school.
B I come back home at 2:30. First I do my homework, 3) ... I go to
basketball practice. 4) ... that, I have dinner.
Exchange notes
Speaking
in groups. Find
who the sender Imagine you are Paul. Tell the class about your daily routine. Use
is.
8 your answers in Ex. 6. Use the text below to help you.

I get up at 7:00 am. Then, I go ... at ... . School starts with ... at 8:30. We
have a break at ... and lunch at ... . After school, I have ... practice at
... . Then I go home and do my ... . We have dinner at ... . Then, I ... at
... . I go to bed at 9:30.
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We play football
Present simple (affirmative) every Saturday.
Grammar

We use the present simple affirmative


for habits/routines. I go to
school at 8:00 am. I play
you

singular
Time adverbs/phrases
used with the Present he
Simple: usually, often, she plays
every day/week, etc. it
we
plural
you play
they

a) Copy the table in your notebook. Write the third-person


1 singular of the verbs in brackets.

Language Awareness /s/ /z/ /Iz/ /s/ /z/ /Iz/


Spelling: 1. (play) plays 5. (eat) ...

verb + -s
3rd-person singular
2. (walk) ... 6. (do) ...
I eat he eats, 3. (watch) ... 7. (try) ...
I like he likes 4. (buy) ... 8. (wash) ...
sh/-ch/-x/-o + -es
verb ending in -ss/-

I go he goes,
I wash she washes
b) Listen and tick () the correct pronunciation in your
verb ending in notebook: (s, z, Iz).

-y -ies
consonant + -y:
Choose the correct answer. Write in your notebook.
2
BUT vowel + -y -s
I cry he cries
1. He have/has dinner at 8:00.
I enjoy he enjoys
2. I walk/walks to school in the morning.
3. Mary get/gets up at 6:30 every morning.
4. Eric and I play/plays basketball on Sundays.

Complete the text with the verbs in the list in the correct
3 form of the present simple. Write in your notebook.
chat finish get up go (x2) have (x2)
watch walk

Paola 1) ... at 7:00 every morning. She 2) ... breakfast and then
she and her friend Rosa 3) ... to school. They 4) ... school at 3:00
and then Paola 5) ... to basketball practice. In the evening, she
6) ... TV or she 7) ... with her friends online after she 8) ... dinner.
Paola 9) ... to bed at 10:00.
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Present simple (negative)

full form short form


I/you do not like dont like
singular
he/she/it does not like doesnt like
plural we/you/they do not like dont like
I dont like
Maths. He doesnt
Read the table. Complete the sentences using the verbs in the list
like History. 4 in the negative form.
go have like start prepare

1. Chris doesnt like Music. 4. He to school on Saturdays.


2. They dinner at 4:00 pm. 5. My mum lunch for us. We
3. Lessons at 8:00 pm. have lunch at school.

What do/dont you do on Sundays? Use the phrases in the list to


5 write sentences. Tell your partner.
have breakfast at 8:00 have lunch with my family at 12:00
prepare dinner eat at a restaurant go to the cinema
play football in the park meet my friends
On Sundays, I dont have breakfast at 8:00. I have breakfast at 9:00.

Prepositions of time (at, on, in)

at on in
time: at 7 oclock days: on Monday, months: in January
holidays: at Easter, on New Years Day seasons: in the winter/
at Christmas dates: on 2nd spring/summer/autumn
in the August in the expressions: in the
expressions: at part of a morning/afternoon/evening,
noon, at the particular day: in an hour, in a minute, in a
weekend, at night on Friday night week/month/year/few days

Fill in the gaps with: at, on or in.


6
1. He doesnt get up 8:00 the morning.
2. I havent got a music lesson Thursdays.
3. We can meet the afternoon.
4. We dont visit our grandparents Sunday mornings.
5. The children finish lessons 3 pm.
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4c Vocabulary
Free-time activities

V id e o 1 Listen and repeat.

1 listen to music 2 do puzzles online 3 chat online

4 hang out with friends 5 play board games 6 do jigsaw puzzles

7 go to the theatre

8 go bowling 9 watch a film

Grammar 10 go skateboarding 11 go to the mall 12 go to an amusement park

We use -ing form


after the verbs
like, love, dont
2 Which of the activities in Ex.1 do you like/love/not like/hate doing in your
free time? Tell your partner. You can use your own ideas as well.
like, hate. I like
listening to music. In my free time I like chatting online and hanging out with my friends. I
dont like going to the mall. I hate playing board games.
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Everyday English 4d
Grammar Asking for/Giving directions
Listen to and/or read the dialogue. Which classroom does
Prepositions of 1 Alexis want to go to? How can she get there? Show the route on
direction/movement
the map.

up down along Alexis: Wheres classroom 3C?


Nat: Walk past the science lab and turn left. Go past the
across staffroom and walk along the corridor. Go past the
into out of
nurses office and turn right. Then go up the stairs.

over under Alexis: Im sorry. Can you repeat the last bit, please?
Nat: Of course. Go up the stairs. Go along the corridor.
Classroom 3C is on your right.
Alexis: Thank you.
through round past
Nat: Youre welcome.

Look at the map of the


2 school and, in pairs, act out
similar dialogues to Ex. 1.
Use prepositions of
direction/movement.
Give directions:
from the science lab to
classroom 3A
from the computer room
to the auditorium
from the library to the
nurses office

Pronunciation \T\, \D\

Listen and repeat.

\T\ three, thanks, think \D\ that, then, there


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I always have
breakfast in the
morning.
Adverbs of frequency
My daily routine
I always get up at 7:00.
I usually walk to school.

I often go to the gym.

I sometimes chat online in the evening.

I never go to bed late.

Choose the correct adverb of frequency. Write in your notebook.


1
1. John ... (100%) walks to school.
A often B never C always
2. Helen ... (25%) watches TV in the evening.
A sometimes B usually C always
3. They ... (50%) do their homework after dinner.
A often B usually C sometimes
4. He is ... (0%) late for school.
A sometimes B never C always
5. My dad ... (75%) has lunch at work.
A sometimes B usually C always

Put the words in the correct order. Write in your notebook.


2
1. always/early/is/for work/He. 3. shower/He/at night/often/
2. She/late/sometimes/is. takes/a.

Speaking

Copy the table in your notebook and put a tick () in the


3 correct box. Then, tell your partner.
always usually often sometimes never
7:00 am: get up
8:00 am: leave for school
1:30 pm: have lunch
5:00 pm: do homework
7:00 pm: have dinner
9:30 pm: go to bed

I usually get up at 7:00.


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Do you like History?


Present simple ( interrogative & short answers)
Note No, I dont.
interrogative short answers Yes, I do.
In English, when we
give a short answer to a Yes, I/you do.
Do I/you work?

singular
Yes/No question, we No, I/you dont.
use the auxiliary verb
do/does. Do you like Does he/she/it Yes, he/she/it does.
Maths? Yes, I do./No, I work? No, he/she/it doesnt.
dont. (NOT: Yes, I like./
No, I dont like.) plural Do we/you/they Yes, we/you/they do.
work? No, we/you/they dont.
We use rising intonation
in Yes/No questions. Choose the correct item. Then, complete the answers. Write in your
4 notebook.
Do you walk to school?
1. Do/Does you eat lunch at school? Yes, .
2. Do/Does your friends have dinner at 7:00 pm? No, .
3. Do/Does Mary drive to work? Yes, .
4. Do/Does he have a shower in the morning? No, .

Form questions then answer them.


5
1. Mario / like Art? (No)
A: Does Mario like Art? B: No, he doesnt.
2. Sandra / have Maths on Mondays? (Yes)
3. you / watch TV after dinner? (No)
4. they / have lunch at home? (Yes)

Fill in the gaps with the present simple of these verbs: finish, work,
6 have, not/go, you/get up, watch, you/do, make, play, listen. Then,
answer the questions. Write in your notebook.

Hi Joshua!
How are you? What time 1) in the morning? I get up at 7:30 and my mum 2)
breakfast for me and my sister, Karen. Karen is 21 and she 3) to school. She 4) in
a bank. I go to school and my lessons 5) at 3:00. After that I 6) football in the
park with my friends. Then, I do my homework. In the evening, I 7) to music and my
sister 8) TV. We usually 9) dinner with our parents at 8:00. What 10) every day?
Write back,
Paul

1. Does Paul get up at 8:00? 3. Do Pauls lessons finish at 3:00?


2. Does Karen work in a bank? 4. Do they have dinner at 9:00?

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V id e o

Fact File
Nickname: The Welsh Wizard
Date of birth: 16th July, 1989
Place of birth: Cardiff, Wales

Gareth Bale is a great footballer. He usually gets up early at 7:00 am and


goes to the gym. After that, he takes a shower and then he eats breakfast. At
9:00 am, Gareth goes to football practice. Gareth always has a lunch break
at about 1:30 and then continues training. He has Spanish lessons twice a
week.
Check these words
On the field, Gareth often scores goals. His nickname is the Welsh Wizard.
training twice Gareth is tall and runs very fast. People say he has got magic feet.
field charity When Gareth doesnt have training or a match, he plays computer games
and watches DVDs or sports matches on TV. He plays golf, too. He also
helps different charities that help children. His family is very important to him
and he likes spending time with them.

Reading
Listen to and read the text. Match phrases 1-3
1 to phrases a-c to make sentences. Write in your
Culture Spot
notebook.
The national
game of England Gareth Bale is 1 a and very fast.
is cricket.
His birthday is 2 b a footballer.
Gareth is tall 3 c on 16th July.
Decide if the sentences are R (right) or W (wrong) or DS (doesn't
2 say). Write in your notebook.

1. He wakes up at 9 am. 3. He trains for 6 hours.


2. He has lunch at 1:30. 4. He only plays football.

What is the Answer the questions in your notebook.


national game of 3
your country? 1. Where is he from? 3. What is very important to
2. What is his nickname? him?
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Vocabulary
Sports

Complete the gaps. Use: play, do.


4 Which sports can/cant you do?
1. football 2. martial arts

3. basketball 4. tennis 5. gymnastics 6. baseball 7. cricket 8. karate

Speaking
In pairs ask and answer questions based on the text. Use
5 question words from the Note box.
Note A: Who is Gareth Bale?
Question words B: A great footballer. What is his nickname?
Whose is this ball? Marks. A: The Welsh Wizard. etc.
(possession)
Who is he? Hes my best Listening
friend. (people)
What is his surname? Listen and complete the notes about Antons daily routine.
Harris (specific
6 Write in your notebook.
information)
How old is he? 12. (age)
Where does he come Antons daily routine
from? New York. (place)
When is his birthday? 2nd 1) ... Get up
August (time) 7:30 am Have breakfast
Which school does he go
to: Aston or Brigges? 9:00 am Have football 2) ...
Aston. (choice between 3) ... Have lunch
two alternatives) BUT How
does he go to school? By 2:00 pm Play a 4) ... & take a shower
bus. (manner) 6:30 pm Have dinner
We use falling intonation 5) ... Go to bed
in wh- questions.

Whats his favourite sport?


Writing (an e-message about a daily routine)
Imagine you are Anton. Write an e-message to your English
7 e-friend Jack about your daily routine at the Gheorghe Hagi
Football Academy.
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Video

School Rules bybyJoa


Sabna
inaOliv
Com iera
aneci

Hi, guys! I'm here in England. I miss my life in Romania, but I like it here a
lot. I love my new school! It's big and there are lots of students.Thats
why its important we all follow the rules. Here they are:

Dos Donts
be on time for registration. hand homework in late.
wear your school uniform. cheat on tests.
bring a packed lunch to school. use a mobile phone at school.
be quiet in class. bully other students.

What are the rules at your school? Have you got a school uniform?
Here is a picture of me in my new uniform. I like it. How about you?

Check these words


rule cheat bully
Reading
Listen to and read the text and decide if the sentences are
1 R (right) or W (wrong) or DS (doesn't say). Write in your notebook.

1. Sabina doesnt like her new school.


2. Shes British.
3. Registration is at 8:45 am.
4. Sabina wears a uniform to school.
5. Its OK to use mobile phones at her school.

Writing & Speaking


be on time
sts
cheat on te
class What rules have you got in your school? In your notebook,
be quiet in 2
in class make notes under the headings and tell the class. Use the rules in
eat or drink
ile phone the box to help you.
use a mob
teacher
listen to the
Dos Donts
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Project Time 4

V id e o 1 In groups, collect information


about a sportsperson from your country and
make notes under the headings in your notebook.

Name

Nickname(s)

Date of birth

Place of birth

Daily routine

Free-time activities

Presentation Skills

2 Use your notes in Ex. 1 to present the sportsperson to the class.

VALUES have a good


breakfast
Happy days
a) Look at the read a book
3 pictures. Which
of these do you
usually do?

get lots of sleep


b)
In pairs, design
a Healthy
Habits
timetable. Then,
present it to smile a lot
the class. and laugh
exercise

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Reading Fill in: take, play, go, watch, brush. Write


3 in your notebook.
Read the text and choose the correct
1 answer (A, B or C). Write in your notebook. 1. In the evening, I ... video games.
2. I ... TV in the afternoon.
A Day in the Life of... 3. I always ... a shower at night.
4. I ... my teeth in the morning.
Nadine is 14 years old and lives in Burkina Faso in West
Africa. She is in 7th grade at school, but her typical day 5. I ... to the gym in the evening.
is not like a typical school day for a teenager in Europe. 5 x 2 = 10

Every morning, Nadine gets up very early, at 4 am. She Grammar


cleans the house. After that, she makes breakfast and Write the third-person singular in your
prepares her brother and sister for school. She rides her
4 notebook.
bike to school.
1. She (work) as a teacher.
At noon, Nadine cycles back home and has lunch.
2. I (buy) books online.
Then, she goes to the market and helps her mother
3. She (wash) the car every Friday.
before she goes back to school. After
school, she and her sister cook dinner 4. I (chat) online in the evenings.
for the family. There isnt electricity in 5. She (study) English on Mondays.
5 x 2 = 10
Nadines house, so she cant watch
TV or surf the Internet. Nadine does Choose the correct item. Write in your
her homework and reads with a
5 notebook.
candle. Then, she goes to bed.
1. Does Anna live/lives in Madrid? No,
1. Nadine is in grade ... she does/doesnt.
A 4. B 14. C 7. 2. Paul and I dont/doesnt play tennis.
2. Nadine goes to school ... 3. Do/Does you walk to school? Yes, I
A on her bike. B on foot. C by bus. do/does.
3. At noon, Nadine ... 4. My mum tidy/tidies the house every
A cooks dinner. B goes back home. day.
C goes back to school. 5. Students dont/doesnt eat in class.
3 x 5 = 15
Vocabulary 6. Rachel wear/wears a uniform to
school.
Choose the correct word. Write in your
2 notebook.
6x1=6

Put the words in the right order. Write in


6 your notebook.
1. He goes/gets up at 8:00.
2. We usually have/do lunch at 1:00. 1. We/school/walk/to/every day.
3. Tom has/does his homework in the 2. late/Tom/is/for school/never.
afternoon. 3. always/We/at/dinner/8:00/have.
4. We come/take back home after school. 4. evening/in/watch/They/TV/the.
5. I help/watch a charity for children. 5. have/Mondays/We/music lessons/on.
5 x 2 = 10 5 x 2 = 10
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Everyday English Writing

7 Choose the correct response. Write in


9 Write an email to your English friend,
your notebook. Stan, about what you do at weekends.
Use the email below as a model.
1. A: Wheres classroom 1A?
B: a Turn left
b On your right MAILBOX SEND

2. A: Can you repeat it, please? Hi Stan!


B: a Of course. At weekends, I usually wake up at ... . In the
b Im sorry. morning, I ... . In the afternoon, I ... . In the
evening, I ... .
3. A: Thank you. Bye,
B: a Go up the stairs. ...
b Youre welcome.
3x2=6 18 points
Listening Competences Total: 100 points

For questions 1- 4, choose the


8 correct answer (A, B or C). Write in your Good Very good Excellent
notebook.
Now I can ...
1. What is Marys favourite activity? Vocabulary & Grammar
A B talk about daily routine & free time
C
talk about school
talk about school rules
use the present simple
use adverbs of frequency
2. What is Toms favourite free-time activity? use prepositions of time
use question words
A B C
Reading
match phrases to make complete sentences
identify R/W/DS statements
answer comprehension questions
3. When can Bob meet Janet? Listening
listen for specific information (gap fill)
A Tuesday B Wednesday C Thursday
Speaking
4. Who is Annas dad? describe a persons daily routine
give directions
A B C describe my daily routine
present a famous sportsperson
Writing
write an email about a persons daily routine
4 x 4 = 16
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V id e o

Whats in this
module?
Vocabulary
- Food & Drinks
- Food preparation
- Cooking tools
onions
- Shopping
Grammar
- a/an some/any
- Partitives
- Quantifiers
- can/cant
may/may not
(permission) apples

- ? Words
tomatoes
How much, How
many, Which, Why,
How
carrots
Everyday English
- Expressing likes/ lettuce
dislikes -
preferences potatoes oranges
1
- Giving instructions 2
- Pronunciation:
Word Stress

Vocabulary
Food & Drinks
a) Use the words in the list to label the pictures (1-7).
1 Write in your notebook.
biscuits pasta fruit juice meat cucumbers
strawberries salt

b) Listen and repeat.


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3
cereal

bread

rice

flour

tea sugar
crisps
coffee 6

5
pepper

milk butter fish


7

chicken
yoghurt cheese
eggs

Speaking

Note Expressing likes/dislikes preferences


Use the key to talk about your likes/dislikes, as in the example.
Likes/Dislikes 2
In English, we use like,
love, dont like, etc. I love I really like I quite like
sixty-seven
with averb + -ing.
I like eating apples. I dont like ... (very much). I hate
I dont like drinking
coffee. I like eating cereal and eggs. I dont like eating yoghurt. I really like
drinking milk. I hate drinking coffee.
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5a Reading V id e o

There are many special days throughout the year in In October the British
the UK and British people love to celebrate with food. celebrate Halloween.
Children wear costumes, go
to parties and eat sweets.
Christmas is on 25th December No party is complete
and its a national holiday. The without toffee apples. These
British make Christmas (or Plum) are apples on a stick in
puddings for the traditional sugar. They are delicious.
Christmas dinner. This is a brown
pudding with raisins, nuts and cherries. They usually serve
it with custard. Traditionally, they hide a silver coin inside
the pudding. They believe that the coin can bring good
luck to the person who finds it.

On 5th November British


Good Friday, the Friday before people celebrate Bonfire
Easter Sunday, is a national holiday in Night or Guy Fawkes Night
the UK. British people eat hot cross to remember a plot against King James I.
buns for breakfast. These are sweet They have fireworks, parties and large fires.
bread rolls with white crosses on top. They also eat parkin, a sweet cake. They
They have fruit in them and people eat bake the cake and leave it for three days,
them hot. Some people keep them because they believe then they cut it into small pieces.
they can protect the house from bad things.

Reading
Listen to and read the texts. Match the phrases 1- 4 to the
Check these words 1 phrases a-d to make correct sentences. Write in your notebook.
raisin nut cherry
custard coin Christmas is 1 a a sweet cake.
luck bread rolls
Cross buns are 2 b a sweet the British eat at Halloween.
protect stick
Toffee apples are 3 c sweet bread rolls.
Parkin is 4 d a national holiday in the UK.

Read the text again and decide if the sentences are R (right) or W
2 (wrong) or DS (doesn't say). Write in your notebook.
1. A Christmas pudding has sometimes got a coin inside.
2. Most people eat hot cross buns with butter on them.
3. People eat toffee apples on Good Friday.
4. People make parkin days before Bonfire Night.
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Reading 5a
Vocabulary
Celebrations
Look at the photos. How do the people in the UK/USA celebrate
3 these celebrations? Tell the class.

Happy
ols Day
April Fo

1 2 3 4
y give presents to loved ones
watch a fireworks displa play tricks on each othe
r hunt for Easter eggs

Listen and repeat. Match the wishes (A-D) to the greetings


4 in Ex 3. Write in your notebook.
A C Hope this year all your
Wishing you a very happy
dreams come true!
April Fools Day.
D
Have a wonderful
B Thinking of you! Easter!

Which of the celebrations in Ex.1 do you celebrate in Romania?


5 What holiday greetings and wishes do you use?

Writing
Think of a holiday in Romania. Write an invitation to your English
6 friend. Use the card below as a sample.

Halloween at Simonas
hope you come and spend Halloween with me on 1) .
Address: 2)
Time: 3)
Phone number: 4)
What to wear: 5)

Imagine you are a cartoon character. Write a funny message to


7 one of your classmates.
Donald Duck wishes you Merry Christmas.
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5b Grammar
A/An Some/Any

We need to buy
some apples and a Countable
bottle of milk. singular plural
affirmative Theres an onion. There are some onions.
negative There isnt a cucumber. There arent any cucumbers.
interrogative Is there an egg? Are there any eggs?
Uncountable
singular
affirmative Theres some cheese.
negative There isnt any flour.
interrogative Is there any butter?
Lets go to the We can use some in interrogative sentences to make offers and
supermarket. requests. Would you like some milk? (offer) Can I have some tea,
please? (request)

Read the theory box and the note. How do we use a/an, some, any?
Grammar 1
Countable nouns are Decide if the nouns below are C (Countable) or U (Uncountable).
nouns we can count. 2 Write the plural form of the countable nouns in your notebook.
They have singular and
plural forms. an apple
two/some apples 1. apple C apples 5. burger 9. strawberry
Uncountable nouns are
nouns we cannot count. 2. coffee 6. meat 10. salt
They usually have 3. water 7. carrot
singular forms. (some
milk NOT: milks) These 4. rice 8. lemon
nouns include: food
(cheese, meat, flour,
Choose the correct word. Write in your notebook.
sugar, salt, etc.), liquid
(coffee, tea, water, etc.)
3
1. Is there some/any sugar?
2. There isnt some/any flour left.
3. Would you like a/an biscuit?
4. I need some/any milk for my cereal.
5. Theres a/an apple on the table.
6. Can I have some/any chips, please?

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Grammar 5b
Partitives

r
ga We can use both uncountable nouns and plural countable
su
of

nouns after partitives (phrases of quantity) such as: a


o
kil

bag/bottle/bowl/can etc. Study the examples below.


a

a bag of cherries a can of cola a jar of jelly beans

a bar of chocolate a carton of milk a loaf of bread

a bottle of mustard a cup of tea a packet of biscuits

a bowl of cereal a glass of water a piece of pizza

Read the table. Match the two columns.


4 Write in your notebook.

a bar of 1 a crisps
a packet of 2 b juice
a can of 3 c chocolate
a carton of 4 d soda
a loaf of 5 e water
a jar of 6 f jam
a bottle of 7 g bread

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5c Vocabulary
Food preparation

Listen and repeat.


1
3
1
2
4

grate
slice
peel
5 6 7 add

mix chop beat

1 2 3
Cooking tools

Listen and repeat.


2
knife whisk
spoon
4 5 6 7
8

grater saucepan cake tin frying pan bowl

a) Match the cooking tools (1-4) to the correct phrases (a-d).


3 Write in your notebook.

whisk 1 a grate cheese


knife 2 b mix vegetables
grater 3 c beat eggs
spoon 4 d chop, peel or slice onions

b) Make sentences using your answers in Ex. 3a. Tell your


partner.

You need a whisk to beat eggs.


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Everyday English 5d
Giving instructions
Complete the dialogue. Use the sentences
1 (A-E). Write in your notebook.

Grandmas Nat: This cake is delicious!


Cake Recipe Alexis: Thanks! Its my grandmas recipe.
Nat: 1) ...
Ingredients:
Alexis: Yes. First of all, beat the butter and sugar.
200g sugar
2) ...
120g of butter Then, mix some more.
2 eggs Nat: 3) ...
180g flour
Alexis: Then, use a spoon to mix in the flour, milk A And then?
2 tsp baking and baking powder, and pour it into the
powder B Wow, it sounds simple!
cake tin. Finally, slice the strawberries and
120 ml milk C How long do you
add them to the cake tin.
12 strawberries bake it for?
Nat: 4) ...
D Is it easy to make?
* g = gramme(s) Alexis: For forty minutes at 220 degrees Celsius.
ml = millilitre(s) E Next, break the eggs
tsp = teaspoon(s) Nat: 5) ...
tbsp = tablespoon(s) and add them to the
Alexis: It really is.
bowl, one at a time.

Listen and check. Then, act out the dialogue in pairs.


Check these words 2
simple bake
Use the recipe to ask and answer questions as in the example.
3
A: How much sugar do we need? A: How many eggs do we need?
B: We need 200 grammes of sugar. B: We need 2 eggs.

Complete the exchanges with the sentences below in

? Word
How much: asks
4 your notebook.
Its my mums recipe. It sounds simple! Is it easy to make?
And then?
about quantity
How many: asks 1. A: These biscuits are delicious. 3. A: ...
about quantity B: Thanks! Its my mums B: Then, you add the
recipe. chocolate pieces.
2. A: ... 4. A: Put them in the oven for
B: Yes. First of all, use a spoon 20 minutes and thats it.
to mix the butter and flour. B: Wow! ...

Pronunciation Word stress

Listen and spot the stressed syllables. Then, listen again and repeat.
Each word has one stress. We only stress vowels. eg. orange
apple chicken cereal tomato pepper onion coffee lemon
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5e Grammar
Quantifiers

Countable nouns Uncountable nouns


I want to make
a cake. How much
flour have we got? How many biscuits are there? How much milk is there?

There are too many biscuits. There is too much milk.

There are a lot of/lots of There is a lot of/lots


biscuits. of milk.

There are some/a few There is some/a little


biscuits. milk.

There are (very) few/not There is (very) little/


many biscuits. isnt much milk.

A bag. But there are There arent any/are no There isnt any/is no milk.
very few eggs. Lets go biscuits.
and buy some.

Read the theory box. Then, choose the correct word. Write in your
1 notebook.
1. There isnt many/much milk left.
2. How much/many bread is in the cupboard?
3. How many/much eggs go in the cake mix?
4. Hes got a lot of/a little sweets in his bag.
5. There is many/lots of sugar in this ice cream.
6. We havent got many/much orange juice.
7. There are a few/a little apples. Lets make an apple pie.
8. Theres very few/little butter left.

Its Saturday. Decide on what you need to buy from the


2 supermarket for the week. Write your shopping list in your
notebook.
A: Do we need any apples?
B: No, we have got a lot of apples. We need some milk.
A: How much?
B: A carton. etc.
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Grammar 5e
can/cant may/may not
May we go to the
canteen, Miss?
We use can/cant to express ability/lack of ability. I can read. I
cant play the guitar.
We use can/cant to ask for/give/refuse permission in informal
situations. Can I go out, Dad? Yes, you can./Im afraid you
cant.
We use may to ask for permission more formally. We use
may/can to give permission (formal). We use may not/cant
Of course, you can. to refuse permission(formal). May I use your phone, Mr Tyler?
Yes, you may/can./No, you may not/cant. NOT: Yes, you
could./No, you couldnt.

Look at the pictures. Ask and answer questions, as in the example.


3
1 2 3 4

ride a horse play video games drive a car play the piano

A: Can you ride a horse?


B: Yes, I can./No, I cant.

Which of the activities in Ex.3 can/cant you do? Tell the class.
4
Ask and answer questions, as in the example.
5
1. Ask you dad for permission to go to the cinema with your friend.
Your dad refuses.
Mime an
A: Can I go to the cinema with my friend?
activity. The
B: No, you cant.
class in teams
guess what you 2. Ask you teacher for permission to leave early. Your teacher agrees.
can do. 3. You want to use a school computer. Ask your teacher for
permission. Your teacher refuses.
4. Ask your sister to borrow her umbrella. Your sister agrees.
5. Ask your mum for permission to use her laptop. Your mum refuses.
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W or ld
St re et Fo od Ar ou n d th e
V id e o Do you ever feel hungry, but dont have the time to eat at a restaurant?
Then pick up some street food! Its fast, delicious, and a great way to discover great flavours.
Lets find out about some popular street food from different countries.
A Fish and Chips England
A very popular street food in England is fish and chips. Vendors take the fish
(usually cod or haddock) and cover it in batter before they fry it in very hot oil.
Then, they use some special paper to wrap the fish and chips. People usually put
salt and vinegar on their fish and chips. Its really tasty!
Hot Dogs USA
B
In cities in the USA, there are hot dog carts on almost
every street. A hot dog is a sausage in a bun. The vendors
usually steam the sausages, and warm the buns up
in a special oven. Customers then put their favourite
toppings on their hot dog. Some popular toppings
people add are mustard, ketchup, onions and relish.
Many people also add some red pepper to make it spicy!

Check these words


hungry vendor Reading
cod haddock Listen to and read the texts. Match the phrases (1-3) to the
batter carts 1
phrases (a-c) to make sentences. Write in your notebook.
bun (hot dog)
customer relish Fish and chips is 1 a to make their hot dog spicy.
They wrap the fish and chips 2 b very popular in England.
Many people add red pepper 3 c in paper.

Culture Spot
Decide if the sentences are R (right) or W (wrong) or DS (doesn't
Roast beef and
2 say). Write in your notebook.
Yorkshire pudding
is the English 1. Vendors fry fish and chips in very hot oil.
national dish.
2. They use flour and water to make batter.
3. Vendors steam the buns in an oven.
4. Mustard is a popular topping for hot dogs.

Answer the questions in your notebook.


3
What is the 1. What sort of fish is in fish and chips?
national dish of
your country? 2. What do people put on their fish and chips?
3. What toppings do people put on their hot dogs?
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Vocabulary
Food
Fill in: toppings, steam, spicy and fry. Write in your notebook.
4
1. People ... potatoes in oil to make chips.
2. My dad puts ... like mustard and onions on his burger.
3. I add pepper to my food to make it ... .
4. Boil the water and ... the carrots for 15 minutes before you serve them.

Speaking

Which of the street foods in Ex. 1 would you like to try? Why?
5 Tell your partner.
I would like to try ... because ... .

Listening
Listen and choose the correct answer (A, B or C). Write in your
6 notebook.
1. Whats Pauls favourite food?
A B C

2. What does Ann want to drink?


A B C

3. What does Lyn need to buy?

A B C

Note

Using a search Writing (a blog entry about street food in your country)
engine
Use key words (nouns, Think of a popular street food in your country. Collect
adjectives) for your 7 information under the headings: name of street food, how they
search. Do not write
articles or pronouns.
make it, what they serve with it. Use your notes to write a blog
entry about it (50 words).

Create a poster of traditional dishes in your country. Label the


8 pictures.
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5 CLIL (Food Technology)


Video
The Eatwell Guide
Do you want to eat healthily, but dont Bread, rice, potatoes, pasta & cereal
know how? Well, now theres the Eatwell It is very important to eat lots of bread, rice, potatoes, pasta and cereal
Guide to help you. Lets take a look at it. because it gives us the energy we need to get through the day.
Eatwell Guide Drinks (water, fruit juice, tea, Milk, yoghurt, butter
milk) & cheese
It is very important to drink 6 to 8 These foods have got lots
glasses of liquids every day to stay of calcium and protein. They
healthy. Water is always a good choice, help our bodies to grow
but milk, tea and juices are OK, too. strong bones and teeth.

Beans, fish, meat & eggs


These foods give us the protein and vitamins we need for our
bodies to grow big and strong. Beans are great because they have
lots of protein and not a lot of fat.

Oils & spreads


Oils & spreads have got lots of fat and calories in them, but they are
good for you in small amounts. Olive oil and coconut butter are
healthy fats, so its OK to have some during your day.
Fruit & vegetables
Fruit and vegetables are very healthy because Biscuits, crisps, cake, sweets & chocolate
theyve got lots of vitamins, but not a lot of Biscuits, crisps, cake, sweets and chocolate are a part of our lives, but
calories or fat. We need about 5 daily portions they are very unhealthy. They are full of fat and sugar, so dont eat these
to help our bodies stay fit and healthy. foods often.

Reading
Listen to and read the text. Decide if the sentences are
1
R (right) or W (wrong) or DS (doesn't say). Write in your notebook.
1. Potatoes and rice give us energy.
Check these words 2. Fruit and vegetables have got lots of fat.
spread energy 3. It isnt good to eat red meat every day.
vitamin calory fat
4. Milk has got calcium and protein.
protein calcium
5. Its not OK to eat a lot of sweet and fatty food.

Writing & Speaking


Which foods/drinks do/dont you usually eat/drink from the Eatwell
2
Guide? Complete the sentences in your notebook. Tell the class.
I usually eat ... . I dont usually eat ... .
I usually drink ... . I dont usually drink ... .

Collect leaflets on healthy foods. Tell the class.


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Project Time
Flash Time 5
1 In groups, create a poster about Healthy Eating. Use your
picture dictionary to help you. Label the pictures.

Unhealthy Food/Drinks Healthy Food/Drinks

chocolate fruit

2 Prepare a quiz about what foods your classmates like/dont like.


Present the findings to the class. How healthy are your classmates
eating habits?

Presentation Skills

3 Use your poster in Ex. 1 and the information from p. 92 to give a


presentation about healthy/unhealthy eating habits to the class.

VALUES
Healthy eating habits
Decide which of the sentences are true about you. Tell the class.
4
How healthy is your diet?
Results
1. I eat lots of fruit and vegetables.
0-2 Your diet
Guess 2. I drink 6 to 8 glasses of juice, milk or water a day.
is very
What is the 3. I eat potatoes, rice or bread with every meal. unhealthy.
most important 3-5 Your diet
4. I eat beans or fish three times a week.
thing that your is healthy.
body cannot 5. I have cheese, milk or yoghurt every day. 6-8 Your diet
live without? 6. I dont drink cola. is very
healthy.
7. I dont eat a lot of crisps, biscuits or chocolate.
water 8. I dont eat a lot of fast food (burgers, hot dogs, etc.)

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5 Progress Check
Reading Vocabulary
Read the text and answer the questions Choose the correct word. Write in your
1 in your notebook.
2 notebook.
1. Chop/Add the onions with a whisk/
12 1 knife.

2 2. Grate/Beat the eggs with a grater/


whisk.
3 3. To make potato chips, mix/peel the
potatoes and slice/mix them thin.
4 3x2=6

76 5
Circle the odd word out. Write in your
3 notebook.
1. Vegetables: onions rice lettuce
cucumber
2. Fruit: cherries strawberries
chicken oranges
3. Drinks: tea milk coffee cheese
4. Sweets: biscuits fish cake
chocolate
Lunchtime in the UK Grammar
4x2=8

My names Tony and Im 15 years old. I live in Choose the correct word. Write in your
London. In my country students usually bring a
4 notebook.
packed lunch to school or have a school dinner.
1. How much/How many apples do we
Parents make packed lunches at home. They are
need? Not much/Not many.
usually a sandwich and some fruit. School dinners
are hot meals the school makes. We call them 2. There isnt many/much pasta. Can
dinner even though lunchtime is in the middle of you buy a can/packet, please?
the day. They usually cost 2 a day. 3. Can I please have any/some tea? A
School dinners are very healthy in the UK. Children cup/bowl is fine.
get two portions of fruit and vegetables in every 4. There are a few/a little oranges in the
meal, rice or potatoes or pasta and chicken or fish. fridge. We can make some/an orange
cake.
Check these words 5. There arent some/any strawberries.
middle portion Lets go and buy a little/some.
1. Where is Tony from?
6. Can you please buy a jar/loaf of
2. What is a packed lunch? bread and two bars/cartons of milk?
3. What is a school dinner? 6x1=6
3 x 6 = 18
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Progress Check 5
Choose the correct item. Write in your Writing
5 notebook. Complete the e-message to your
8 English friend, Helen, about your
1. A: Mum, can/may I sleep over at
Liams house on Saturday? favourite meal. Write in your notebook.
B: Yes, you can/cant. MAILBOX SEND

2. A: Mrs Williams, may/cant I work with Hi Helen,


Lydia? My favourite meal is ... . Its a dish of ... . Its ... to
B: Im afraid you can/may not. make. I like it because ... .
4x1=4
Bye,
Everyday English ...
Cheese & Tomato 17 points
Read the recipe.
6 Complete the questions
Omelette Total: 100 points

with How much or How


Ingredients:
3 eggs Competences
50 ml milk
many. Then, answer them. 1 tomato
Write in your notebook. 80g cheese Good Very good Excellent

1. A: ... eggs do we need? Now I can ...


B: We need ... eggs.
Vocabulary & Grammar
2. A: ... milk do we need? talk about food & drinks
B: We need ... of milk. talk about food preparation
3. A: ... tomatoes do we need? talk about cooking tools
B: We need ... tomato(es). use countable/uncountable nouns, partitives &
quantifiers
4. A: ... cheese do we need?
B: We need ... of cheese. use can, cant, may, may not
4 x 4 = 16
Reading
Listening
match phrases to make complete sentences
Listen and choose the correct answer
7 (A, B or C). Write in your notebook.
choose correct items to complete sentences
complete sentences with missing information
1. What is Marys favourite food? identify R/W/DS statements
answer comprehension questions
A B C
Listening
2. What does Tony want to eat? listen for specific information (gap fill)
A B C
Speaking
3. What do they order? express likes/dislikes & preferences
give instructions
A B C
present healthy/unhealthy eating habits
4. What is Annas favourite food? Writing
A B C write an invitation
write a blog entry about street food
4 x 4 = 16
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Whats in this
module? V id e o
Vocabulary
- Free-time/outdoor 1 2
activities
- The weather
- Clothes/
Accessories/
Footwear
- Shopping/books
Grammar
- Present continuous
make a snowman
(affirmative/negative/
interrogative & short
answers) play sports
- Personal object/
Possessive pronouns
3 4
- Prepositions of
movement
Everyday English
- Agreeing/
Disagreeing
- Making suggestions
- Pronunciation: go shopping visit museums/
Intonation in tourist attractions
exclamations

Note Vocabulary
Free-time outdoor activities
Collocations are
two words that we
Listen and repeat.
use together. 1
go shopping,
tourist attraction

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5 6 7

go camping go to the beach

go sightseeing
9 10

take a bike ride have a picnic go skiing

11 12 13

have a barbecue visit a market read a book

Speaking

Which of the activities in Ex. 1 do/dont you like doing?


Vocabulary 2 Discuss, as in the example.
Agreeing
Me too. A: I like playing sports. A: I like going camping.
Same here. B: Me too. B: Really? I dont.
Disagreeing
Really? I dont. A: I dont like going shopping. A: I dont like visiting museums.
Really? I do. B: Same here. B: Really? I do.
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6a Reading V id e o

Hi Tony,
Were having a great time in Paris, France. Today is
14th July. Its Bastille Day and people are
celebrating it with parties and parades. They hang
flags everywhere and dress up. Right now, were
having a picnic in the park. Its warm and sunny
here. Oh and guess what? There are fireworks at
B midnight! I cant wait to watch them.
See you soon,
Cheryl

Greetings from Moscow. Its raining right now but Jane and I
are having a great time. People here are celebrating
C Maslenitsa to welcome the spring. There is folk music and
traditional dancing. Right now we are eating blini. These are
thin pancakes with butter. They are so tasty! OK, bye for
now. Were going to see the burning of Lady Maslenitsa, the
symbol of winter.
How are all of you back home?

Reading

Where is Cheryl? Katy? Listen to the music and look at the


1 D Read the messages quickly and check your answers.
pictures.
Check these words
Read the texts and write P (for Paris) or M (for Moscow).
celebrate parade 2
hang flags dress up Where can you see
fireworks folk music 1. a parade? 4. fireworks?
traditional symbol 2. the burning of a figure? 5. people eating
3. people in costumes? pancakes?
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Reading 6a
Vocabulary & Speaking
The weather

Listen and repeat.


3
2
1 3

Its hot. Its warm and sunny. Its cloudy.

4 5 6

Its raining. Its snowing. Its cold.

a) Whats the weather like in the spring, summer, autumn


4 and winter in your country? Whats the weather like today?
In the spring, its sunny.

b) Search online and say what the weather is like today in


Brasilia, Cairo, London, Los Angeles, Madrid, Moscow, New York,
Rome, Paris and Tokyo.
Speaking

Listen and read the messages.Tell the class how people


Collect 5 celebrate each festival.
traditional songs
from various On Bastille Day, the French have parties .
countries. Present
them to the class.
What makes each festival exciting for you?
The class, in 6
teams, says which Writing (an instant message about a festival)
country each
Imagine you are celebrating a festival in your country. Write an
song is from. 7 instant message to your English friend about it (50 words). Write:
place, weather, name of festival, what people do, what you are
doing.
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6b Grammar
Grammar Present continuous (affirmative)
Look! Barrys
We use the present full form short form playing
continuous for actions basketball.
happening now. Hes I am playing. m playing.
sleeping now. You are playing. re playing.

singular
Time expressions used
with the Present
He
Continuous: today, She is playing. s playing.
now, at the moment. It
We
plural

Language Awareness You are playing. re playing.


They
-ing ending
most verbs: + -ing go
going
Write the -ing form in your notebook. Then read them aloud.
verb ending in 1
consonant + -e -e + -
ing dance dancing 1. drink drinking 4. run ... 7. swim ...
verbs ending in a
stressed vowel between 2. go ... 5. study ... 8. write ...
two consonants double
the consonant + -ing
3. take ... 6. put ...
shop shopping
verbs ending in -l Look at the pictures and match. Write in your notebook.
double the -l + -ing 2
travel travelling
verbs ending in -ie The boys 1 a is taking a bike ride.
drop -ie and add -y + - Martha 2 4
b are having a barbecue.
ing die dying
They 3 c is going skiing.
Ben 4 d are playing football.

1 3

Form complete sentences. Use the present continuous. Write in


3 your notebook.
1. Ben/drink/tea/now Ben is 3. We/have a picnic/now
drinking tea now. 4. They/swim/now
2. I/play basketball/now
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Grammar 6b
Present continuous (negative)
We arent playing
basketball. full form short form
I am not playing. m not playing.

singular
You are not playing. arent playing.
He
She is not playing. isnt playing.
It
We
plural
You are not playing. arent playing.
They

Choose the correct answer. Write in your notebook.


4
1. Jack ... going camping.
a am not b is not c are not

2. Rita and I ... having a picnic.


a am not b is not c are not
3. Carl ... playing ping pong.
a am not b is not c are not

4. I ... going to the beach.


a am not b is not c are not

Look at the photos. Correct the sentences. Write in your notebook.


5
1
2 3 4

1. Pat is swimming. (walk the dog)


No! Pat isnt swimming. Shes walking the dog.
2. The boys are reading. (play football)
3. They are skiing. (make a snowman)
4. Paul is visiting a museum. (fish)
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6c Vocabulary
Clothes/Accessories/Footwear

Match the words to the pictures (1-18). Write in your notebook.


1 Listen and repeat.

hat ... leggings... cap ... shorts ... jacket ...


scarf ... trainers ... T-shirt ... skirt ... belt ...
gloves ... boots ... shirt ... dress ...
socks ... shoes ... jumper ... jeans ...

2
1

13 14 15
12

3 16

11

4
5
10
17

6
8 9

7 18
Alexis Barry

Speaking

What is each person wearing? Tell your partner.


2
Alexis is wearing a skirt, ...

What are you wearing today? Tell the class.


3
Today, Im wearing a T-shirt, jeans and trainers.
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Everyday English 6d
Shopping

a) Listen and read the dialogue. What is Mary buying?


1
Shop assistant: Good afternoon. What can I do for you?
Mary: Good afternoon. I want to buy a souvenir.
Shop assistant: What about this cap?
Mary: Its very nice. How much is it?
Shop assistant: Its $15.00.
Mary: Can I have this green one, please?
Shop assistant: Sure. Thats $15.00.
Mary: Here you are.
Shop assistant: Heres your change. Have a nice day.

$3
0.0
0

. 00
$ 18 . 00
$15 4
.00 $1

9 .00 $8
.00
$1
.00
$12

$5.
00

b) Read the dialogue aloud. Mind the intonation.

You are at a souvenir shop in the USA. Change the words


2 in colour to act out a dialogue like the one in Ex.1a. You can use
the souvenirs in the pictures.
Pronunciation Intonation in exclamations

Listen and repeat.


Wow! Thanks! Sounds great! OK!
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6e Grammar
Present continuous (interrogative & short answers)
Are you playing an
online game, Nat?
interrogative short answers
No, Mr Drake. Im
sending a message Am I Yes, I am./No, Im not.
to Maria. Are you Yes, you are./No, youre not.

singular
he
Yes, he/she/it is.
Is she
sleeping? No, he/she/it isnt.
it
we

plural
Yes, we/you/they are.
Are you
No, we/you/they arent.
they

Match the questions to the answers. Write in your notebook.


1
Are you going shopping? 1 a Yes, it is.
Is Jim going camping? 2 b No, they arent.
Are the children going to the beach? 3 c No, Im not.
Is the dog playing with the children? 4 d Yes, he is.

Complete the questions and answers. Write in your notebook.


2
1. Is Dan going (Dan/go) 3. ... (you/have) a picnic?
sightseeing? Yes, I ... .
No, he ... . 4. ... (Angelina/take) a bike
2. ... (your friends/play) ride?
football? No, she ... .
Yes, they ... .

Form questions. Answer them. Write in your notebook.


3
1. you/go to the beach now? ()
Are you going to the beach now? Yes, I am.
2. Ms Smith/visit the market now? ()
3. they/have a barbecue now? ()
4. Steve and Larry/make a snowman now? ()
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Grammar 6e
Look at the picture. Write questions, then answer them. Write in
4 your notebook.

1. Mr Smith/eat? () / have a
Bill barbecue ()
Is Mr Smith eating? No, he
isnt. Hes having
a barbecue.
2. Mark and Bill take a bike
Mark Ms Smith ride? () / eat ()
3. Anna and Mary/drink
coffee? () / talk ()
4. Ms Smith talk on her
mobile? () / take photos
()
Anna
5. the dog/play? () / sleep
()
Mr Smith Mary
This is my new
scarf. Its mine.
Look at me!
Object personal pronouns/Possessive pronouns

object personal pronouns me you him her it us you them


possessive adjectives my your his her its our your their
possessive pronouns mine yours his hers ours yours theirs
Look at me! Its my cap. Its mine.

Read the table. Then, choose the correct item. Write in your
5 notebook.
1. My/Mine coat is blue. Her/Hers is red.
2. These arent their/theirs shoes. They are our/ours.
3. Look at him/his. He/His is wearing my/me scarf.
4. Your/Yours socks are green. Their/Theirs are orange.
5. These arent her/hers jeans. They are my/mine.
6. This isnt me/my hat. Its your/yours.
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Reading
a) Look at the pictures. Which shows: a lion? a mouse? a centaur?
V id e o 1 a minotaur? a wolf?

a b) What is special about them? Listen and read to find out.

e
ESCAPE TO

b
Welcome to the magical world of Narnia, a body of a lion but the head and wings of an
land of mythical creatures and talking eagle. Gryphons are soldiers in Aslan's army
animals. Narnia is the setting of the best- along with centaurs. Centaurs are also
selling series of fantasy books by C. S. strange creatures that are half-man and half-
Lewis. Some of the books, like The Lion, the horse. They run quickly and are usually
Witch and the Wardrobe, are also very generals in Aslan's army because they are
popular films. Many unusual creatures live in very clever.
c the land of Narnia. Let's meet some of them Not all creatures in Narnia are good, though.
... Minotaurs are enemies of Aslan. They are
Aslan, the great lion, is the creator and king quite frightening creatures, with the body of
of Narnia. He has magical powers and uses a human, but the head of a bull. Minotaurs
them for good. He is very wise and kind but are stronger than the other animals in Narnia.
can also be quite dangerous. One of Aslans Another terrifying enemy of Aslan is the
loyal followers is Reepicheep, the talking talking wolf, Maugrim. As the leader of the
mouse. He may look small, furry and cute, wolves in Narnia, Maugrim can be extremely
but he is a brave knight who can fight very dangerous.
d well with a sword! Full of fascinating creatures, Narnia can be
Narnia has some fascinating mythical quite an adventurous place. Why not pick up
creatures too. High in the sky, gryphons fly one of C. S. Lewis' books and see for
about. These magnificent creatures have the yourself!

Read the text and complete the sentences in your notebook.


2
1. The writer of the Narnia 4. Gryphons can .
books is . 5. Centaurs look strange
Check these words 2. The king of Narnia is . because .
escape setting
3. Reepicheep can . 6. Minotaurs are stronger .
best-selling wise
loyal follower furry Speaking
knight fight sword
soldier army Make notes in your notebook under the headings: What is
general enemy
3 Narnia?, Talking animals, Mythical creatures. Use your notes to
present Narnia to the class.
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Vocabulary
Types of books

Look at the pictures. Listen and repeat. Which types of


4 literature are non-fiction? fiction? Tell the class.
Action and adventure is fiction.

1 action & adventure 2 fairytales 3 science fiction 4 biographies

5 mystery & suspense 6 horror 7 articles in 8 fables 9 legends


newspapers/magazines

Video
Speaking & Writing

Talk about types of books as in the example. Use the adjectives:


Culture Spot 5 exciting, interesting, funny, boring, scary.
William Shakespeare
is the most famous A: Do you like science fiction books?
English writer in the B: Yes, I love them. Theyre exciting./No, I dont. theyre scary.
world.
Listening

Listen and match the people to their favourite types of books.


6
John 1 a science fiction
Kate 2 b legends
Sally 3 c mystery
d fairytales
Name some
Your e-friend gives you a book as a gift for your
writers from
Romania.
7 birthday. Write him/her a thank you message.
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6 CLIL (ICT)
Video How to print MANY photos from an email at once
We all receive messages from our friends by text, on social media or by
email. Sometimes our friends send us pictures in an email and we want
to print them. Its easy to create a poster with these pictures and
print it. Just follow this guide!
1 Open the email and use your mouse to right-click on a picture.
Choose Copy from the menu that appears on the screen.
2 Open a new word document. Right-click with the mouse again
and choose Paste. The picture appears in your word document.
3 Repeat steps 1 and 2 until you have got all the pictures you want in your word document.
4 Now, you can move the pictures around the page and make them big or small. Just click
on each picture and use the mouse to make the changes.
5 When youre happy with your design, save your word document to your computer. Click on
File and Save As ... . Decide where you want to store the file and what you want to call it.
6 To print your photos, click on File again and choose Print. Watch as your pictures come
out of the printer.

Reading
Check these words Listen to and read the text and put the pictures in the correct
send print follow
1 order.
right-click
A B C
copy/paste save
printer

D E F
Watch
videos about
holiday
destinations,
then make a Speaking
poster
Use the pictures in Ex. 1 to explain how to print a lot of photos
showing 2 from an email at once.
holiday
destinations.
Ask your partner to send you photos of his/her last holiday by email.
3 Follow the steps 1-6 and print them all at once. Create a poster.
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Flash Time 6
Project Time

1 In groups, collect information about annual celebrations


in Romania and make notes under the headings: Name, Place,
M ar c h Date, Activities in your notebook.

2 Create a calendar showing the celebrations in the different


months.

Presentation skills

3 Use your calendar in Ex.2 to give a presentation about annual


celebrations in Romania to the class.

VALUES
Celebrations

Why are celebrations important? Discuss the ideas below with


4 your partner.
1. They bring family and friends together.
2. They attract visitors to a place.
3. They keep a places culture alive.
4. They bring excitement to a place.

Video
5. They allow us to relax and have fun.

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6 Progress Check
Reading Unscramble the words to find the
Decide if the sentences are R (right) or
3 clothes. Write in your notebook.
1 W (wrong) or DS (doesn't say). Write in
1. trisk s ...
your notebook.

Hi, Paul! A 2. gelngisg l ...


My parents and I are in Kazimierz
Dolny. Its a small town on the
eastern bank of the Vistula river. Its 3. sfrac s ...
the art centre of Poland. Were
staying in a nice hotel close to the 4. ratnires t ...
city centre. The weathers great. There are a lot of things to do
here. In the mornings, we go sightseeing. Today, were visiting 4x2=8
some local galleries. In the evenings, we try local dishes. They
are delicious. Cant wait to show you the photos.
Grammar
See you,
Put the verbs in brackets into the present
Krzystof
4 continuous. Write in your notebook.
B Greetings from Thailand. Im here with my 1. We ... (go) to the beach.
family! Were staying at a beautiful hotel by the 2. Martin ... (come) with us.
sea. Every morning, we swim at the beach, and
then we visit famous sights. In the evenings, we 3. I ... (study) now.
have dinner at local restaurants. The food here is 4. They ... (run) in the park.
delicious. Right now, we are visiting a floating 4x2=8
market. It isnt raining now, so there are a lot of
people here. Dads buying some clothes and
Rewrite the sentences in the negative in
Mums taking photos. Were having a nice time. 5 your notebook.
Hope you are OK. See you soon!
1. Joe is playing tennis.
1. Krzystof is on holiday with his friends. 2. The boys are doing their homework.
2. It never rains in Kazimierz Dolny. 3. I am sleeping.
3x1=3
3. Susans hotel is near the sea.
4. Susan is enjoying her holiday. Complete the questions in the present
4 x 5 = 20
6 continuous with the words in brackets
and answer them. Write in your
Vocabulary notebook.
Fill in the gaps with: take, have, go,
2 make, visit, play. Write in your notebook.
1. ... (Julie/swim)? Yes, ... .
2. ... (Bob and you/tidy) your room?
1. ... sports 4. ... a museum Yes, ... .
2. ... a snowman 5. ... a picnic 3. ... (the girls/take) pictures? No, ... .
3. ... swimming 6. ... a bike ride 3x2=6
6x1=6
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Progress Check 6
Choose the correct word. Write in your Writing
7 notebook.
10 Complete the email to your English
friend, Simon, in your notebook. Write:
1. Wheres my/mine scarf? I cant find
it/its. about the weather, what youre wearing,
what youre doing now.
2. This hat is my/mine. Where is
MAILBOX SEND
your/yours hat?
Hi Simon,
3. Her/Hers gloves are red. The blue ones
Today its ... . Im wearing ... . Right now, I ... .
are me/mine.
Write back!
4. Look at their/them! Theirs/Their ...
jackets are the same colour.
4x2=8 17 points
Everyday English Total: 100 points
Competences
Complete the exchanges with:
8
What about this bag? Good Very good Excellent
Sure. Thats $12.00.
Here you are Now I can ...
Hello. I want to buy a souvenir Vocabulary & Grammar
talk about outdoor/free-time activities
Write in your notebook.
talk about the weather
1. A: Good morning. What can I do for talk about clothes, shopping and books
you?
use the present continuous
B: ...
use personal object/possessive pronouns
2. A: ...
Reading
B: Its very nice. How much is it?
match phrases to make complete sentences
3. A: Can I have one, please? identify R/W/DS statements
B: ...
answer comprehension questions
4. A: ...
Listening
B: Heres your change. Have a nice day!
listen for specific information (Multiple matching)
4 x 3 = 12
Listening Speaking
Listen and match the people to agree/disagree
9 their favourite activities. Write in your talk about the weather
notebook. describe what Im/someone else is wearing
Nick 1 a reading a book buy things
Sally 2 b go shopping present information about/talk about books
present celebrations/festivals
Steve 3 c visit a museum
Writing
Pat 4 d go camping
write an instant message
e play sport write a thank you note
4 x 4 = 16
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World Tales

A
V id e o

A poor fisherman and his wife live near the sea. One day, the
fisherman catches a golden fish. The fish says to him, Please let me
go, and you can have anything you wish!
The fisherman doesnt ask for anything and returns home. When he
tells his wife about the golden fish, she becomes angry.
You fool! she shouts at him. We need a new bucket. So, the
B
fisherman goes to the sea and calls the golden fish, asking it for a
new bucket. The fish grants his wish and he goes home to find a
new bucket.
After that, the fishermans wife sends him back to the golden fish
again and again. She asks for a lot of things; first a new house, then,
to be rich. After that, she wants to be the queen of the land with
servants. Each time the fisherman goes back to the sea it becomes
darker and stormier but still, the fish grants all of his wifes wishes.
The fishermans wife still isnt happy. She wants to become the
C queen of the land and sea with the golden fish as her servant. The
fisherman goes to the sea. It is dark and the sky is cloudy. He asks
the fish for his wifes wish but this time, the fish swims away. He
doesnt grant the wish. When the fisherman goes home, he sees his
wife and in front of her, the old bucket. Everything is gone and they
are poor once again.

D
E

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World Tales
Look at the pictures. Which one shows:
1
1. an angry woman with a bucket?
2. a queen with her servants?
3. the golden fish swimming away.
4. the fisherman catching the golden fish?
5. a queen and the golden fish as her servant?
6. the fisherman and his wife getting a new house?

Listen to and read the story. Then, put the pictures (1-6) in the
2 correct order. Write in your notebook.

Read the story. For questions 1-3 choose the best answer A, B or C.
3 Write in your notebook.

1. The fisherman
A has a lot of servants. B is a poor man. C is rich.
2. The fish offers the fisherman a wish because
A it feels sorry for him. B his wife is angry at him.
C it wants to thank him for saving his life.
3. The fishermans wife
A is never happy with what she has.
B does not like fishing.
C hates bad weather.

Imagine you meet the golden fish. What do you want it to


4 do for you? Say or write in your notebook.

What is the message of the story? Write in your notebook.


5
a Be happy with what you have got.
b Be careful what you wish for.

In groups design a cover for the story. Present it to the


6 class.

Work in groups of six. Three students take roles and act


7 out the story. The other three mime what happens. Videotape
yourselves.
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World Tales
V id e o

One summer day, Robert, the


Earl of Huntingdon and
Marian are getting married
at the church. Suddenly,
the doors burst open and
the Sheriff steps inside.
Stop the wedding! he shouts.
B There is a new king, Prince John, and he doesnt
want Robert to be the Earl of Huntingdon. Instead, he wants
the Sheriff to arrest him. So, the Sheriff tells Robert that he
does not own his castle, his land or his title any more. The
Sheriff orders his guards to arrest Robert. The guards move
towards Robert but he manages to escape. He runs out of the
church, gets onto a horse and rides into the forest.
In the forest, a group of men holding bows and arrows stop
him. They tell him to get off his horse and hand over all of his
money.
The group of men are outlaws and enemies of the Sheriff and
the new king. One of them recognises Robert as the Earl of
Huntingdon. The group of men realise that Robert is now an
outlaw and ask him to join them as their leader. Robert takes
C
his own bow and arrow, puts up his green hood and tells the
men, Sherwood Forest is now my castle and my name is
RobinRobin Hood!

E
D

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World Tales
Who are the people in the pictures? Listen and read to find out.
1
Listen to and read the story. Then, put the pictures (1-6) in the
2 correct order. Write in your notebook.

Read the story and put the events in the order they happen. Write
3 in your notebook.

a The men ask Robert to be their leader.


b Robert changes his name to Robin Hood.
c The Sheriff enters the church.
d Marian and Robert are getting married.
e Robert escapes on a horse.
f The sheriff orders men to arrest Robert.
g Some men stop Robert in the forest.

Read again and decide if the sentences are R (right) or


4 W (wrong). Write in your notebook.

1. Marian is Roberts sister.


2. Prince John does not like Robert.
3. The Sheriff has orders to arrest Robert.
4. Robert escapes to a church.
5. Robert joins a group of men in the forest.
6. Robert changes his name.

Say or write a summary of the story in your notebook. Use the


5 pictures on p. 116.

What do you think happens in the end? Tell your partner.


6

Video 7 Research the whole story. Check your answers in Ex 6.

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Vocabulary Write the plurals in your notebook.
Fill in the nationalities. Write in your
4
1 notebook. 1. butterfly
1. He is from Canada. He is ... . 2. scarf
2. She is from the UK. She is ... . 3. key
3. They are from Romania. They are ... . 4. man
4. We are from Portugal. We are ... . 5. tooth
5. I am from USA. I am ... . 6. bus

Fill in the missing words: friends, brother,


2 popular, old, tall. Write in your
notebook.
Everyday English
1. Jack is my ... .
Fill in the gaps with: she, how, years,
2. He is 12 years ... . 5 whos, plump. Write in your notebook.
3. He is ... and thin.
4. He has got a lot of ... at school. A: Hello Tim! 1) ... that girl over there?
5. He is very ... . B: Who? The short 2) ... one?
A: No. The tall one.
Grammar B: Thats Simona.
Choose the correct word. Write in your A: Where is she from?
3 notebook. B: 3) ... is from Romania.
1. Im Tim and this is her/my desk. A: 4) ... old is she?
2. This is Ben and this is his/your B: She is 11 5) ... old and she is very
bike. friendly. Lets go and say hello!
3. This is Anna and this is
her/his brother.
4. This is Paul and this
is her/his sister.
5. Anna and Jane are
sisters and this is
your/their school.

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Vocabulary Grammar
Choose the correct word (A,B or C) to Fill in: some or any. Write in your
1 fill in the gaps. Write in your notebook.
3 notebook.
1. Are there ... oranges in the fridge?
My 1) ... is really big. There is a 2) ... room
2. There are ... flowers in the vase.
and a kitchen downstairs. There are three
3. There arent ... pictures on the wall.
rooms upstairs; two 3) ... and a bathroom. In
my bedroom theres a bed, a desk with a 4. There are ... books in the bookcase.
computer on it and 4) ... on the walls. Theres 5. There arent curtains in the
bedroom.
a big 5) ... opposite my house. I can play
football there with my friends.
Fill in the gaps with: at, on or in. Write in
4 your notebook.
1. A school B house C garage
2. A wardrobe B balcony C living 1. I get up ... 7 oclock ... the morning
3. A bedrooms B sofas C bookcases 2. My flat is ... the third floor.
4. A curtains B posters C doors 3. We have football practice ... the
5. A park B library C hospital afternoon.
4. We visit our cousins ... Sundays.
5. Our lessons begin ... 8:00 am.

Fill in: hang, homework, shower, online, Everyday English


2 brush. Write in your notebook. Choose the correct response. Write in
5 your notebook.
1. A: Wheres the library?
I get up at 7 oclock in the morning B: a Turn left.
and take a 1) ... . Then, I have b On the second floor.
breakfast and 2) ... my teeth. At 2. A: Can you repeat it, please?
B: a Of course.
8:00 am I go to school. I
b Turn right.
come back from school
3. A: Thank you.
at 5:00 pm. I do my B: a Im sorry.
3) ... and then I b Youre welcome.
chat 4) ... or 4. A: Who is Gareth Bale?
5) ... out with B: a Hes a footballer.
my friends. b Hes tall and thin.
5. A: Where is the lamp?
B: a Under the desk
b On the table.
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Vocabulary Put the verbs in brackets into the
4 present continuous. Write in your
Fill in the gaps with: take, have, go, visit,
1 play. Write in your notebook. notebook.
1. ... (you/do) your homework?
1. ... football 4. ... a gallery
2. Jim ... (go) to the supermarket.
2. ... breakfast 5. ... a walk
3. The children ... (swim).
3. ... running
4. ... (the dog/play) with you?
5. We ... (make) breakfast.
Choose the correct word. Write in your
2 notebook.
Everyday English
1. Beat/Add/Peel the eggs with a
Complete the dialogue with:
whisk/knife/spoon. 5
2. Grate/Beat/Mix the cheese with a How about this T-shirt?
grater/fork/knife. How much is it?.
3. To make potato chips, mix/peel/add Sure.
the potatoes and slice/mix/grate I want to buy a souvenir.
them thin. Heres your change.
4. Lettuce/Rice/Strawberry is a
Write in your notebook.
vegetable and cherries/chickens/
potatoes are fruit. A: Good morning. What can I do for
5. Grate/Mix/Slice the salad with a you?
knife/spoon/grater. B: 1) ...
A: 2) ...
Grammar B: Its very nice. 3) ...
Choose the correct word or phrase. A: Its 18.
3 Write in your notebook. B: Can I have the green one, please?
1. How much/How many sugar do we A: 4) ... Thats 18 please.
need? Not much/Not many.
B: Here you are.
2. There isnt many/much milk. Can you
buy a carton/packet, please? A: 5) ... Have a nice day!

3. Can I have any/some soup please?


A cup/bowl is fine.
4. There are a few/a little apples. We
can make some/an apple pie.
5. There arent some/any oranges. Can
you buy a little/some?

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