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Descrierea CIP a Bibliotecii Naionale a Romniei


Limba modern 1 - Limba englez : clasa a V-a / Clare Kennedy, Chiara
Soldi, Cristina Rusu, Diana Todoran. - Bucureti : Art, 2017
ISBN 978-606-710-491-2
I. Kennedy, Clare
II. Soldi, Chiara
III. Rusu, Cristina
IV. Todoran, Diana
811.111

Prelucrare dup Make it! Level 1, Students Book and Workbook with eBook, Virtual Classroom and Online Expansion/
Clare Kennedy with Chiara Soldi Cambridge University Press 2016
Ediie publicat sub licen. Ediia original a fost publicat pentru prima dat n 2016 de Cambridge University Press.

Grupul Editorial ART


C.P. 4, O.P. 83, cod 062650, sector 6, Bucureti
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Comenzi online: www.editura-art.ro
Foreword

Cambridge is known for creating ultimate learning and research solutions


and for innovating in the field of materials for learning English.
It is the first time that Cambridge University Press has designed a course
specifically for Romanian schools.
English and Romanian teachers have created, through Limba modern 1.
Limba englez. Clasa a V-a, a textbook that follows the Romanian Curriculum
step by step and:
creates an inclusive learning environment through learning strategies,
games and dynamic activities to ensure all students achieve success;

inspires passion and sparks the imagination through culture, film,
documentaries and authentic videos of the English speaking world;
enables students to achieve success in language exams and external
certifications with official, authentic preparation materials from Cambridge.

three 3
Students book.
5th grade

Printed Students book The Students book contains:


A Starter section + 8 Units + Extra resources
+ Each unit has the following structure:
Vocabulary + Dialogue + Grammar + Functions + Skills and culture +
Digital Students book
Vocabulary strategies + Key exam strategies
(consistent with the printed version, it includes
There is an Evaluation test after every two units.
over 200 AMII multimedia interactive learning
activities) Extra resources: Story time, Culture, Festivals, CLIL, Word bank

Vocabulary Presentation of the key vocabulary with multiple exercises / Vocabulary strategies contains strategic Word bank A bank of illustrations and
Introducerea vocabularului tematic al unitii prin exerciii variate exercises and games for memorising vocabulary / photographs for building vocabulary and
cuprinde diferite strategii didactice (organizatori learning to use new words / Ilustraii i fotografii
grafici i jocuri) care contribuie la memorarea care contribuie la mbogirea vocabularului
cuvintelor noi i la nvarea cuvintelor noi

1 BEN
Were from the UK Look out!
We do not use the before most country
names: Romania, Italy.
We use the before countries whose
names include the words states or
kingdom, island groups and mountain
ranges: The United Kingdom; The
Maldives, The Alps.
ZOE
Countries and nationalities
1
Vocabulary

Match the names of the countries with the


pictures. Listen and check. Then listen again and
repeat.

Russia the UK (the United Kingdom) Australia


the USA (the United States of America)
1 1 Vocabulary strategies

Strategyy
It is easier to remember
words if you learn
them in pairs, for
example the country
Learning words in pairs
Countries and nationalities
1 Study the names of the countries and nationalities on pages 20 21
and 144 (Word bank). Then complete the chart following the example.
Are there any pairs of words which do not match any category?
COMPETENCES
learning to learn
logical and mathematical competence

Adjectives describing places


1
Word bank

Write the adjectives under the correct pictures. Listen and check.
Then listen again an repeat.

nice big cold small quiet old horrible


modern hot new busy historic
1
and the nationality, or
JOSH Italy China Brazil Mexico India an adjective and its
-ian
Canada Japan South Africa opposite. This strategy
is useful for learning -an
and improving Albania / Albanian
vocabulary. America / American
2 Write the nationality adjective for each country.
Listen, check and repeat.
1 the UK (the United Kingdom) 9
Japanese Canadian Mexican American nice
1 2 3 4
Italian Russian Australian
5 South African British Indian Chinese Brazilian Remember!
LAURA LIJUAN We use adjectives to COUNTRIES and NATIONALITIES
describe nouns. They
Countries Nationalities
LUKE have the same form in
Australia Australian the singular and plural: -ese -ish
Brazil intelligent student
intelligent students Japan / Japanese Spain / Spanish
Canada
Adjectives come before 5 6 7 8
China the nouns:
India She is a pretty girl.
Italy Order of adjectives
2 10
Japan 1 size a small
Mexico
2 colour brown Adjectives describing places es
6
Russia
3 origin German
2 Study the words on page 145 (Word bank) and use the same strategy
IRINA LUZ 4 material wooden from exercise 1 to memorise the words. For example, you can match
South Africa
We usually use no more each adjective with its opposite, dividing them into four categories:
WILL the UK than three adjectives to Temperature, Size, Age, Opinion.
9 10 11 12
the USA describe nouns: Martha
has got red Dutch tulips 3 Now put these words in their correct order following the examples in
2 Write the opposites for the following adjectives. Listen and check.
on her balcony. Remember!
Then listen again and repeat.
3 Listen and match the people with their
1 bus, red, big, metal, British
nationalities. 1 busy quiet 4 modern
2 Russian, blue, doll, small, wooden 2 hot 5 old
1 D Thiago A Japanese
3 Vietnamese, large, straw, yellow, hat 3 nice 6 big
3 11 2 Becky B Australian
3 Fumiki C Indian
7
4 Helen D Brazilian Pairs 3 PAIRWORK Write two sentences which are true and two sentences
which are false about places you know. Student A: read the sentences.
5 Pavlo E American Prepare and cut out two sets of cards, one with country names Student B: say if they are true or false.
IDEKI SAYA
F Russian and the other one with the corresponding nationalities.

GA
HENRIQUE 6 Huma A Rome is a busy town.
Mix the cards (do not mix the sets) and lay them out face down on the desk: B True.
4 PAIRWORK Imagine you are from a different place the set with the country names to the left of the set with the nationality

ME
names. A Bucharest is a small town.
country. Choose a country from exercise 1 and
introduce yourself as in the example. In turns, each player uncovers two cards, one from the country set, and the B False. Its a big town.
other one from the nationality set. If the nationality does not match the
My names Dimitri. Im from Russia. Im Russian. country, the student places the cards face down, in the same place. 4 What colours are on the flag of the UK? What is your countrys flag like?
The aim is to find country nationality pairs and take those pairs out Tell the class.
of the game, until all pairs are found.
4 12
88 The student who finds most pairs wins.
30 thirty Unit 1 pp. 20-21 one hundred and forty-five 145
20 twenty Word bank pp. 144-145 twenty-one 21

Dialogue Character dialogues teaching Everyday English expressions / Video Videos featuring the same characters
Dialoguri care ilustreaz situaii reale de comunicare cotidian n limba englez in realistic and everyday situations / Un miniserial
de filme cu aceiai protagoniti-elevi, surprini
n situaii fireti i cotidiene de comunicare,
corelate cu tema unitii
1 Dialogue Dialogue
1
2 COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again. Are the sentences true
(T) or false (F)? Correct the false ones.
1
2
Vijay and Jack are friends.
Sarah is English.
T F 1 Dialogue
2 COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again.
Dia

(T) or false (F)? Correct the false ones.


3 Sarah and Ricky are brother and sister.
1 Vijay and Jack are friends.
4 Adam and Ricky are twins.
2 Sarah is English.
5 Jazmin is Italian.
3 Sarah and Ricky are brother and sister.
6 Ricky is from the USA.
4 Adam and Ricky are twins.
5 Jazmin is Italian.
3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.
6 Ricky is from the USA.
This our She his We Shes Were is my Theyre
3 Complete the sentences with the words in t

This our She his We Shes Were


1 Thats Vijay and friend. really cool.
2 Thats Sarah. s nice. Italian.
3 Shes sister! 1 Thats Vijay and friend. really co
4 is my sister, Sarah. twins. 2 Thats Sarah. s nice. Italian.
5 This my best friend. 3 Shes sister!
6 re half Italian and half American. 4 is my sister, Sarah. twins.
7 Our mums from Italy and dads 5 This my best friend.
from the USA. 6 re half Italian and half American.
7 Our mums from Italy and dads
from the USA.
4 Fill in the gaps with information from the
dialogue on page 22. Listen, check and repeat.
DVDSTORY 01
4 Fill in the gaps with information from the
Jazmin Hi, 1 Jazmin. dialogue on page 22. Listen, check and repeat.
Sarah Hello, Jazmin. 2 Sarah.

Our dads from the USA!


DVDSTORY 01
Jazmin Where 3 you from? Jazmin Hi, 1 Jazmin.
Sarah Hello, Jazmin. 2 Sarah.
Sarah
Our dads from the USA!
4
from Italy.
Jazmin Where 3 you from?
Jazmin So 5 Italian!
1 READ AND LISTEN Where are Ricky and Sarah from? Sarah Yes, 6 right.
Sarah 4
from Italy.
Jazmin So 5 Italian!
Ricky So Who are they? Sarah Im from Italy. 1 READ AND LISTEN Where are Ricky and Sarah from? Sarah Yes, 6 right.
Adam Thats Vijay and his friend, Jack. Theyre really cool. Jazmin So youre Italian! 5 PAIRWORK In pairs, act out the dialogue in exercise 4. Use the names Ricky So Who are they? Sarah Im from Italy.
Ricky OK. Sarah Yes, thats right. of the children, countries and nationalities on pages 20 and 21.
Adam And thats the new girl, Sarah. Shes really nice. Ricky Well, not exactly. Were half
Adam Thats Vijay and his friend, Jack. Theyre really cool. Jazmin So youre Italian! 5 PAIRWORK In pairs, act out the dialogue in e
A Hi, Im Luke. Ricky OK. Sarah Yes, thats right. of the children, countries and nationalities on
Ricky Nice? Italian and half American. Adam And thats the new girl, Sarah. Shes really nice. Ricky Well, not exactly. Were half
Sarah You see, our mums from Italy
B Hello, Luke. Im Will. A Hi, Im Luke.
Adam Yes, shes nice. Shes Italian, too. Ricky Nice? Italian and half American.
Ricky Well, actually, shes my sister! Sarah! Over here! and our dads from the USA. A Where are you from? B Hello, Luke. Im Will.
Adam Yes, shes nice. Shes Italian, too. Sarah You see, our mums from Italy
Sarah Oh, Ricky. There you are! Jazmin Wow! Youre so lucky! Two B Im from Australia. and our dads from the USA. A Where are you from?
Ricky Well, actually, shes my sister! Sarah! Over here!
Ricky Adam, this is my sister, Sarah were twins. countries and two languages! A So youre Australian! Sarah Oh, Ricky. There you are! Jazmin Wow! Youre so lucky! Two B Im from Australia.
B Yes, thats right. countries and two languages! A So youre Australian!

DE
Adam Hi, Sarah. Listen again and repeat. Ricky Adam, this is my sister, Sarah were twins.
B Yes, thats right.

VI O
Sarah Hey. Adam Hi, Sarah. Listen again and repeat.
Adam And this is my best friend. Sarah Hey.
Jazmin Hi, Im Jazmin. Everyday English Adam And this is my best friend.
Sarah Hello, Jazmin. Im Sarah. Jazmin Hi, Im Jazmin. Everyday English
actually Sarah Hello, Jazmin. Im Sarah.
Jazmin Where are you from? actually
Over here! Jazmin Where are you from?
There you are! Over here!
Thats right. There you are!
22 twenty-two Youre so lucky! twenty-three 23 Thats right.
22 twenty-two Youre so lucky!

Video A video for each grammar point


Grammar Tables, explanations, exercises and contextualised grammar for learning and mastering grammar rules / with theory and exemplification /

1
Tabele, explicaii, exerciii i situaii de exersare pentru nvarea i stpnirea regulilor gramaticale Tabele gramaticale animate, cu teorie
Grammar i exemple pentru fiecare unitate
5
1 1 1
Comp
Grammar Grammar Grammar A Round-up
Subject pronouns DE
VI O
B Present simple of the verb to be the co
A Subject pronouns B Present simple of the verb to be
5 Complete Megs email with
Get it right!!
D Articles
1 Choose the correct form of the verb to be to
Affirmative form DE
VI O
to be.
Singular Plural
DE
VI O
Affirmative form DE
VI O
the correct form of the verb
to be. Use the short form.
In the third person singular,
der
possessive adjectives follow the gender
h person or
of the owner and not the gender of the
DE
VI O

A is an indefinite article. It is used before singular


Singular complete Adams email.
Plural
nouns beginning with a consonant: e.g. b, f, m.
Long form Short form
thing that is owned.
Long form Short form
1st person I 1st person we
1st person I 1st person we
I am Im Romanian. his sister Pauls sister a boy a frog a man
2nd person you 2nd person you
her sister Annas Sister
You are Youre Romanian. An is an indefinite article. It is used before singular
I am
3rd person he, she, it 3rd person they

Subject pronouns are personal pronouns used to


He is Hes Romanian.
Hi
My name s Meg and I 1 Canadian.
nouns beginning with a vowel: a, e, i, o, u.
2nd person you 2nd person you Im Romanian.
replace the subject (person or thing). They always She is Shes Romanian. an American film an exercise an ice cream
I2 from Ontario. It 3 the capital city 6 Match the sentences 1 8 with A H. an orange an umbrella
You are
come before the verb.

Ricky and Sarah are from Italy. They are Italian.


It is
We are
Its
Were
Romanian.
Romanian.
of Canada. Our house is 10 km from the centre.
I4 12 and I 5 in class 7 at Redwood 1 E Anna and Jo are my friends. The is the definite article. It doesnt change and it is 3rd Hiperson he, she, it 3rd person they Youre Romanian.
Hi

Extra resources
School. My best friends at school are Dani and 2 John is 14. used with singular and plural nouns. Dieter
You are Youre Romanian.
He is
We use the pronoun he with masculine nouns: father, 3
brother, man, boy, actor etc. They are Theyre Romanian.
Laura they 6
Greg and he 7
really cool! My brother is
15. He 8 at my school, 4
Im Spanish.
We are students.
the teacher the teachers
My / Your names Adam Davis and Im English.
Im 13 and Im in class 8DT at school. My best Hes Romanian.
We use the pronoun she with feminine nouns:
mother, sister, woman, girl, actress etc. Subject + am / are / is + complement
too. My dad 9 42 and my mum 10 5 She is Lara.
the boy
the girl
the boys
the girls
Subject pronouns are personal pronouns used to
friends at school 1 is / are Jazmin and Vijay. Ricky
and Sarah are 2 their / my new friends. 3 We / My nam
She is
39. They 11 from Montreal. My favourite
We use it to refer to things and animals. singer 12 Justin Bieber he 13 great!
6 You are Italian.
replace the subject (person or thing). They always
They are twins from Italy. 4 Our / Their school is Shes Romanian.
If an animal is really important to someone, it can be
When we write the short form, we use an
apostrophe () to mark the missing letter(s). Love, Meg
7 The school is new.
big and modern and 5 a / the teachers are nice. I2
Complete the sentences with a or an. come before the verb.
referred to as he / she: 8 You are twins.
We usually use the short form in both spoken and 6
Her / My sister is Chloe and shes 11.
8
I love my dog very much. He is white and has
fluffy ears.
informal written English.
C Possessive adjectives
A
B
Her birthday is in June.
Its classrooms are big. Hes an American actor.
7
Hes / Shes a student at my school, too.
My dad 8 is / are 40 and hes from Wales and
It is Its Romanian. of Cana
Im Adam. Our dads from the USA. DE
VI O
C my mums 36. Shes English.
I4
His sister is 16. 1 Hes Japanese boy.
1 Choose the correct answers. Singular Plural D
E
My family are in Barcelona.
Their house is nice.
2 Shes teacher. Ricky and Sarah are from Italy. They are Italian.
9
We / You are from Cambridge. Its a big city
in England. 10Its / Shes an historic city but its We are Were Romanian.
Subject Possessive Subject Possessive 3 Its red pen.
He / She is George.
3 Rewrite the sentences using the short form of pronoun adjective pronoun adjective F Our school is nice. 4 Its Italian car.
modern, too. 11The/ A city centre is very busy!
School.
1 He / She is my sister. the verb to be.
I my we our G Your names are Liz and Emma. 5 This is easy exercise.
My favourite things are sport football and
We use the pronoun he with masculine nouns: father,
cricket and music. I 12 are / am in the school You are Youre Romanian.
2
3
We / She is our English teacher.
He / They are my friends. 1
He is from England. Hes from England.
She is Japanese.
you your you your
H Your mums from Catania. 6 Hes new student. orchestra! Laura
4
5
She / He is my mum.
We / I are sisters.
2 They are nice! he his 7 Complete the sentences with the correct
possessive adjective. Listen and check.
7
8
Im in
Heres
big class.
ice cream for you! brother,
Adam
man, boy, actor etc.
Write back soon,
They are Theyre Romanian. Greg an
3 Ryan is Australian. she her they their

Pronunciation - The article the We use the pronoun she with feminine nouns:
6 It / He is my schoolbag. 4 We are at school. Im Jack and this is my dog.
7 We / I am a student. 5 My favourite colour is blue.
it its
1 Hes 15 and brothers 17. 2 PAIRWORK Introduce yourself to your too. My
8 He / We is my brother. 6 I am in class 1H. Possessive adjectives:
2 Shes Amy and surnames Smith. mother,
There are two ways of pronouncing the word the:
sister, woman, girl, actress etc.
partner using the prompts.
Subject + am / are / is + complement
2 Complete the sentences with the correct
7 You are cool! 1 always come before the noun they refer to;
3 Were from Italy but dads American.
1 // when it comes before a consonant:
the boy, the fox; Hello, my names Im (years old). 39. They
personal pronoun. Listen and check.
8 Rebecca is my best friend. This is my sister. Our dads American. 4 The students are here and bags 2 /i/ when it comes before a vowel:
the apple, the uniform We use My
it to refer
brothers
to things and animals.
(years old). His names
singer 1
James is American. He is American. 4 Fill in the gaps with am, is or are. Listen 2 never appear after a definite or indefinite article
are in the classroom.
5 Youre in class 1B and teacher
My sisters (years old). Her names
My dads (years old). Hes from When we write the short form, we use an
1 Matt and I are friends. are friends.
and check. (the; a/an);
is Mr Jones. 9 Listen and repeat. If an animal is really
My mums (years old). Shesimportant
from to someone, it can be apostrophe () to mark the missing letter(s).
2
3
Anna is in my class.
Ben and Josh are twins.
is in my class.
are twins. 1
She
I
is
English.
my best friend.
our school 6 Heres David and sister, Lucy.
// /i/
referred as atheschool
tofriends / she:
Were (nationality). Were from (town). Love, M

DDEE
7 My cats black but eyes are green.
3 do not change: there is only one form for the My best are and
4 2 We in your class.
We usually use the short form in both spoken and

VVI I OO
The students are at school. are at school. 8 Im Grace and this is friend, Eva. the school the exercise
singular, plural, masculine and feminine.
He
My favourite things are , and
5
6
Paul is my friend.
My home town is London.
is my friend.
is really big.
3
4
I
It
a new student.
September. my brother my brothers
9 Youre in this classroom and
is Miss Dodd.
teacher
the teacher
the books
the girls
the ice cream
the umbrella
the orange
I love my dog very much. is white and has informal written English.
7 Jess and I are 13. are 13. 5 The boys in the park. my sister my sisters 10 Miss Dodd is a teacher and subject is art.
fluffy3 ears.
Write down your partners introduction.

C Po
8 You and Amy are cool! are cool! 6 Emma at home.
His names Enzo and hes 12 years old.
9 7 They Canadian.
10
My mum is a teacher.
My schoolbag is red.
is really busy.
is red. 8 You my friend.
Hisbrother is
Im Adam. Our dads from the USA.
24 twenty-four twenty-five 25

1
26 twenty-six

Choose the correct answers.


He / She is George. Subject
3 Rewrite the sentences using the short form of pronou
1 He / She is my sister. the verb to be.
2 We / She is our English teacher. I
He is from England. Hes from England.
4 four 3
4
He / They are my friends.
She / He is my mum.
1
2
She is Japanese.
They are nice!
you
he
5 We / I are sisters. 3 Ryan is Australian. she
6 It / He is my schoolbag. 4 We are at school. it
7 We / I am a student. 5 My favourite colour is blue.
Limba englez.
Clasa a V-a

Manualul, Varianta tiprit Manualul cuprinde:


Recapitulare + 8 Uniti de nvare + Anexe
+ Fiecare unitate are urmtoarea structur:
Vocabular + Dialog + Gramatic + Comunicare + Abiliti culturale +
Varianta digital
Strategii de nvare a vocabularului + Strategii de pregtire a examenelor
(conform cu varianta tiprit,
Exist un Test de evaluare la fiecare dou uniti.
avnd n plus peste 200 AMII, activiti
multimedia interactive de nvare) Anexe: Lectur, Cultur, Srbtori, CLIL, Dicionar ilustrat

Functions Activities and exercises helping students learn to express Competences A route through materials for The digital book contains the following types of activities /
themselves in English and to use the language in real situations / developing key 21st century competences / Manualul digital conine urmtoarele tipuri de activiti:
Activiti i exerciii care i nva pe elevi s se exprime n limba englez Competene-cheie pentru cetenii secolului
i s foloseasc limba n situaii concrete de comunicare al XXI-lea, urmrite prin activitile propuse Static activity listening / studying a significant
image / Activitate static, de ascultare i observare

Making introductions
Functions
1 1 VocabularyVocabulary
strategiesstrategies
1
Strategyy
Learning words in pairs
It is easier to remember
words if you learn
Learning words in pairs
Countries and nationalities
COMPETENCES
COMPETENCES
learning to learn
logical and mathematicallearning
competenceto learn
logical and mathematical competence
a unei imagini semnificative

Strategyy them in pairs, for 1 Study the names of the countries and nationalities on pages 20 21
and 144 (Word bank). Then complete the chart following the example.
Countries and nationalities
example the country
Are there any pairs of words which do not match any category?
It is easier to remember and the nationality, or
an adjective and its
words if you learn
them in pairs, for 1
opposite. This strategy
is useful for learning
-ian
Study the names of the countries and nationalities on-anpages 20 21
1 and 144 (Word bank). Then complete the chart following the example.
Albania / Albanian

Animated activity video / animation /


Read and listen to the dialogue. Then listen again and repeat. and improving
example the country
Sophie Hello. and the nationality, or Are there any pairs of words which do not matchAmerica
vocabulary. any category?
/ American

Oliver Hi.
Sophie Im Sophie. Whats your name? an adjective and its
opposite. This strategy -ian
Activitate animat (film/animaie)
Oliver Im Oliver Oliver Turner.
And this is my friend, Harry. is useful for learning -an
Harry Hello, Sophie. Remember! Albania / Albanian
Sophie Hi, Harry. Nice to meet you. and improving
vocabulary.
We use adjectives to COUNTRIES and NATIONALITIES America / American
describe nouns. They
2 Read the dialogue and mark () these sentences as true (T) or false (F). have the same form in
-ese -ish
the singular and plural:
COMPETENCES T F intelligent student

DE
1 Oliver and Sophie are friends. Japan / Japanese Spain / Spanish

VI O
intelligent students
cultural awareness and expression
civic and social competences 2 Her name is Sophie Turner. Adjectives come before
initiative 3 Sophie and Harry are friends. the nouns:
4 Oliver and Harry are friends. She is a pretty girl.
Remember! Order of adjectives
Key expressions 1 size a small
We use adjectives to 2 colour brown COUNTRIES and NATIONALITIES
Adjectives describing places es
Hi / Hello. This is describe nouns. They
Look out! 3 origin German
2 Study the words on page 145 (Word bank) and use the same strategy
Im Nice to meet you. have the same form in 4 material wooden from exercise 1 to memorise the words. For example, you can match
First name: Laura, James
Whats your name? the singular and plural: -ese
each adjective with its opposite, dividing them into four categories: -ish

Interactive activity exercise with immediate


We usually use no more
Surname: Brown, Smith
than three adjectives to Temperature, Size, Age, Opinion.
intelligent student describe nouns: Martha
3 Listen and choose the words you hear. intelligent students has got red Dutch tulips 3 Now put these words in their correct order following
Japan / Japanese Spain / Spanish
the examples in
on her balcony. Remember!
Dialogue 1 Adjectives come before

feedback after solving / Activitate interactiv, de tip exerciiu,


A 1 Hello / Hi, my names 2 Holly / Molly. Whats your name? 1 bus, red, big, metal, British
the nouns: 2 Russian, blue, doll, small, wooden
B Im 3 Julia / Jenny and this is my friend, 4 Dan / Ben. Hes in my class.
She is a pretty girl. 3 Vietnamese, large, straw, yellow, hat
C 5 Hi / Hello, Molly.
Order of adjectives

n care elevii rezolv i primesc un feedback imediat


A 6 Hi / Hey.
Dialogue 2 1 size a small Pairs
A Hi. 1 Im / My names Jamie Carter. Whats your 2 name / surname?
B 3 Im / My names Leo and my 4 name / surnames Chilton.
2 colour brown Adjectives describing places
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and the other one with the corresponding nationalities.

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A And this is my 5 sister / friend, Hannah.
C Hi, Leo.
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4 GROUPWORK In groups of three, act out the dialogue in exercise 1. than three adjectives to Temperature, Size,other
Age,oneOpinion.
from the nationality set. If the nationality does not match the
Then use this model to introduce yourselves. country, the student places the cards face down, in the same place.
describe nouns: Martha
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The student who finds most pairs wins.
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1 bus, red, big, metal, British
2 Russian, blue, doll, small, wooden
3 Vietnamese, large, straw, yellow, hat

Pairs
Skills and culture Texts and images to help students discover the English-speaking Prepare and cut out two sets of cards, one with country names
and the other one with the corresponding nationalities.
Culture Reading, video, oral and project activities to deepen knowledge of culture and traditions in
world, its culture and its traditions, and to practise the four G A
skills: Reading,
Mix the cards (do not mix the sets) and lay them out face down on the desk:
English-speaking countries / Texte, filme i activiti orale sau de proiect care aprofundeaz elemente
place the set with the country names to the left of the set with the nationality

MsEdescopere
names.

Listening, Speaking and Writing / Texte i imagini care i ajut pe elevi In turns, each player uncovers two cards, one from the country set, and the
other one from the nationality set. If the nationality does not match the
country, the student places the cards face down, in the same place.
de cultur i tradiie din spaiul anglofon
lumea vorbitorilor de limb englez, cultura i tradiiile acesteia, exersndu-i, totodat, Festivals Presentation of widely-celebrated festivals from English-speaking countries /
The aim is to find country nationality pairs and take those pairs out
of the game, until all pairs are found.
The student who finds most pairs wins.
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cele patru competene generale Prezentarea specificului unor srbtori foarte cunoscute din spaiul anglofon

1 Skills and culture


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Jamaica but shes from 15
London, the capital city of but hes Welsh. Cardiff is
5 England. Its a multicultural near the sea and Cardiff
city 30% of Londoners Bay is now a tourist area
are from other countries. with historic and modern
Londons famous for its 20 buildings. Cardiff is a LOCATION South-East England
monuments like Big Ben, multicultural city about POPULATION over 8 million
10 the Tower of London and 20% of the population AREA 1,570 km2
1 2
Tower Bridge. are from other countries.
RIVER River Thames
Duncan Moffat HISTORY AD 43: foundation of the D
Roman city of Londinium time of year! I love December,
Duncan is a Scottish 1 2 3 Christmas is my favourite we have
for Christmas. At school
25 student. Hes 14 and too and all the preparations in the last
a special Christmas lunch
aChristmas concert and
hes from Edinburgh, the London is a very important city. Its the capital of
a Christmas as
capital city of Scotland. England and the United Kingdom. The centre of In the town centre theres
week before the holidays. tree.
lights and an enormous Christmas
Its a beautiful city with a the British government is in Westminster and
famous castle and lots of 5 market, special Christmas tree
house and put up a big Christmas
Buckingham Palace is the home of the British Glossary
30 interesting monuments.
At home we decorate our friends and
Christmas cards to our
5 royal family. London is an international city and its
in the living room. We send
Its also near the sea. Caitlin Laskier Caitlins 15 and shes from Christmas card: a card which
important for business, culture and tourism.
The city is famous for its to us, too.
family and they send cards
Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland. Her mums we write at Christmas to our
under the
our presents for the family
international festival of from Belfast but her dads from Poland her first friends or family
culture, the Edinburgh names Irish but her surnames Polish. Belfast is a centre London is a city of contrasts: On Christmas Eve we put on our beds. presents: gifts
35 Festival.  Its very busy. Millions of people live, work and 10 Christmas tree. My
brother and I leave stockings stockings: long socks
night and leaves toys, sweets
40 of industry and its near the sea. The city is famous
for shipbuilding especially for the Titanic. Its an old study in London and its always full of foreign  London is also a modern city. The business area is comes during the
Father Christmas turkey: a large bird which
city with modern buildings, too. For example, Titanic 10 tourists, too. The streets and the Tube, Londons called the City and its full of modern presents in our stockings!
andskyscrapers. people eat at Christmas
3 4 When
Belfast is a new museum in a very modern building. underground railway system, are very busy every London. Day our grandparents come to our house.
The 2012 Olympic Park is in the east ofChristmas mince pies: sweet pastry filled
On
presents. We have an enormous
with dried fruit
they get here we open the
day. 25  London is also a city of old traditions: theres the
Speaking turkey, roast Christmas cake: a fruit cake
4 5 6  London is a very big city but its also a quiet city. Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace,
15 Christmas lunch
my favourite! Theres roast which people eat at Christmas
Reading There are lots of big parks. There are over 6 million the Beefeaters at the Tower of London and there and for dessert theres Christmas
4 Complete the card with your personal information. trees in London! potatoes and vegetables
are royal processions on special occasions.
1 Read the texts. Match the cities with the pictures on page 29. Reading 15
pudding and mince pies.
lunch
aunt and uncles house for
 Londons a historic city and its full of interesting  London loves new celebrations, too, from rock
Boxing Day we go to my
Na me: ________________________________ COUNTRY: ____________________________
A London B Edinburgh C Cardiff D Belfast 1 BEFORE YOU READ What do you know about London? What old buildings and monuments: the Tower of 30 concerts to sporting events and On multicultural
and eat Christmas cake.
the afternoon we play games
Surna me: ___________________________ Nat iona lity: _______________________ 24th December Christmas Eve
Study tip
p famous buildings are there? Read and listen to the text and then check London is nearly 1,000 years old. Westminster celebrations in the streets, like and the inChinese
Age: __________________________________ Ci t y: _________________________________ 25th December Christmas Day
2 COMPREHENSION Read the texts again and complete the sentences Capital letters
your answers. Abbey, St Pauls Cathedral and Trafalgar Square 20 Becky
New Year celebrations in Chinatown and the
26th December Boxing Day
with the names of the cities or students. Remember to use capital 20 are important in the history of London, too. Caribbean Carnival in Notting Hill in August.
1 is a multicultural city. letters for: 5 PAIRWORK Take turns to introduce yourselves using the information 2 Match the pictures with the captions.
Glossary 2 is a beautiful city with a big castle. the personal subject from your card: Hello, my names Luca Costa. Im 12 ...
A The City D The Tower of London
other: different 3 is near the sea. The bay is interesting for tourists. pronoun I: B A traditional ceremony E A busy London street Glossary Reading PROJECT CHRISTMAS IN ROMANIA
Im from London. Writing Oral presentation
bay: part of the coast 4 is near the sea and is famous for its museum about the Titanic.
names and surnames:
C Notting Hill Carnival F A London park government: the 1 Read and listen to the text, then number 1 Answer the questions after discussing them
where the land bends in 5 is a British boy from a city with an important festival. My names James 6 Complete the text with the Na me: Julia group of people who the pictures in the order in which they
4 Search for information on the Internet about an important Romanian
with your classmates.
building: a structure with appear in the text.
walls and a roof, like a
6 is a girl from a multicultural city. Watson. information from the card.
Surna me: Watson 3 COMPREHENSION Read the text again and match the two halves of make decisions about a
country city. Write a fact file like the one above. Then look for pictures of the 1 What preparations are there before Christmas
house or a school 7 is a girl of 15 from an industrial city. countries: Hes from the sentences. most important monuments and write captions for them. at your school, in your town and at home?
My names 1 and my surnames
about: approximately 8 is a 14-year-old boy from a city near the sea. France. 2
. Im 3 .
Age: 15
1 A England and the United Kingdom.
royal: to do with the 2 COMPREHENSION Answer the questions. 2 What does your family do on 24th, 25th and
COUNTRY: The USA The population of London is king and queen Location River
beautiful: very attractive nationalities: The Im from the USA so Im 4 . 2 The name of the river in London is B parks in London. business: affairs Population History 1 How do they celebrate Christmas at Beckys school? 26th December?
students are German. Nat iona lity: American 3 What special Christmas traditions are there,
near: close to My city is 5 and its involving money 2 What is there in Beckys living room at Christmas?
Listening the capital city of the USA. Its a big city Ci t y: Washington DC 3 London is the capital city of C in August. Area Famous buildings and monuments
for example special food, presents
sea: a large area of salt 4 Westminster is D about 8 million. 3 Where does Father Christmas leave the presents
water, smaller than an 3 Listen and match the people with the cities they live in. COMPETENCES
and its very famous. School: Capitol High School
5 There are lots of big E the centre of government.
COMPETENCES
5 Present your city from exercise 4 to your classmates, using for
theBecky and her brother?
and other things?
ocean
1 Eva 3 Martha A Belfast C Cardiff 6 F cultural awareness and expression information found. 4 Who comes to Beckys house for lunch 2 Write a short letter to a British friend about
shipbuilding: making cultural awareness and expression 7 Now write a short presentation about yourself using the model in The City is the business area.
digital competence on Christmas Day? the way you spend Christmas in Romania.
ships and boats 2 Ed 4 Mike B Edinburgh D London civic and social competences exercise 6. You may add any additional information about yourself and 7 The Changing of the Guard is G at Buckingham Palace. initiative 5 What does Beckys family do on Boxing Day?
learning to learn the city you live in. 8 Notting Hill Carnival is H the Thames.
28 twenty-eight twenty-nine 29 134 one hundred and thirty-four one hundred and thirty-five 135 one hundred and forty-three 143

Key exam strategies Activities providing CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) materials covering
Evaluation test Two pages of evaluation
preparation for an exam or revision of the non-linguistic curriculum topics / materiale pe teme care extind sfera de
after every two units / Dou pagini de
key structures from the unit / Activiti cunoatere a elevilor i integreaz coninuturile studiate
evaluare la fiecare dou uniti
de recapitulare sau de pregtire pentru
susinerea unei testri
COMPETENCES
learning to learn Key exam strategies
1 A CLIL
GEOGRAPHY GEOGRAPHY
CLIL
A EVALUATION TEST 1-2
UNITS

Listening part
art 1 Exam tip
p
Reading comprehension COMPETENCES Dialogue practice Vocabulary
In Listening part 1 you hear five short dialogues. Each dialogue is associated with a question and Predicting the content
1 Do you know what the words latitude and longitude mean? technological and scientific competence
learning to learn
4 Mark is going on a trip to Greenwich and he wants to visit the National 1 Complete the sentences with the names of the 4 Write sentences using the prompts and the short
Maritime Museum. Fill in the blanks with the phrases below.
three pictures. You have to listen to each dialogue twice, then answer each question choosing the To understand a text, initiative countries and nationalities. form of the verb to be.
correct picture. remember that reading 2 Read the text and put the words in the box in the correct place.
What can you do there? What is it? Wow! Id like to visit the museum, too! 1 Yi comes from China. Shes _____________ . 1 We / English ____________________
the title is extremely
important. Understanding Prime Meridian Equator meridians parallels Do you like the National Maritime Museum? Bye! Whats your favourite activity? 2 Brads from ______________ . Hes Canadian. 2 They / students ____________________

LETS PRACTISE! 3 Listen to five short dialogues. Each the title allows you to 3 Jaspreets from India. Hes ______________ . 3 You / my friends ____________________
of them is repeated twice. Each dialogue predict some things You 1
4 Ylenias from Russia. Shes ______________ . 4 I / a school student ____________________
1 Choose the words you hear. corresponds with a different question. about what you are going 1 3 Matt Yes, I do. Its fantastic! 5 Rosa is from _____________ . Shes Brazilian. 5 She / your teacher ____________________
to read. You 2
0 A B C Example 6 Chelseas from the USA and shes ______________ . 6 Tom / my brother ____________________
Matt You can do a lot of fun activities.
0 Where is Anita from? 7 Im British. Im from _____________ .
You 3 ____/ 6
A B C 8 Theyre from South Africa. Theyre South _________.
0
Matt My favourite activity is Meet the Vikings.
9 Leos from ______________ . Hes Italian. 5 Complete the sentences with the correct
Latitude You 4
10 Joss Mexican. Hes from ______________ .
possessive adjectives.
1 A Matt Its an activity about the lives of the Vikings.
B C 1 This is Max and ______ sister, Sophie.
and You 5 ____/ 10
Canada The USA Australia
2 0 4
Matt Good idea. Bye! Grammar 2 We are in class 1B and ______ teachers Miss Jones.

longitude Fig. 1 Latitude Fig. 2 Longitude You 6


2 Write the suitable personal pronouns for the
3
4
They are twins and ______ mums American.
That girl is my friend. ______ names Lucy.
The correct answer is C.
following nouns. 5 Im Kate and ______ surnames Henton.
2 A B C There are lots of horizontal and vertical lines and the Cutty Sark. The Prime Meridian Writing practice 1 the students ________ 6 You are in class 8G and ______ classroom is here.
1 Whats the spelling of Jamies surname? on a map of the Earth: parallels and meridians. in Greenwich, also called the Greenwich
5 Kim wants to visit the Royal Observatory of Greenwich. Complete the 2 John ________ 7 Ben and Joe are brothers. Susie is _____ sister.
A B C Parallels are imaginary lines parallel to the Meridian, is the reference line for Greenwich
email she writes to Linda using the words in the box. 3 Ben and I ________ 8 You are my students. ______ names are on the list.
Equator. Meridians are imaginary lines from the Mean Time (GMT). This is a standard time
North Pole to the South Pole. for the world the day begins at midnight 4 the book ________
____/ 8
STRATEGIES The Equator is the most important parallel. It at Greenwich and lasts for 24 hours. The
tourists lessons famous museum 5 Laura ________
Before you listen divides the globe into the northern hemisphere mean solar time at Greenwich is now called 6 my brothers ________ 6 Fill in the gaps with a or an.
Hi, I want to tell you about the Royal Observatory at Greenwich. Its a very
Read the instruction carefully and study the 2 What times the film? and the southern hemisphere. The Prime Universal Time. If you visit Greenwich, you can 1
historic building. Lots of 2 from all around the ____/ 6 1 _____ English book
three pictures. A B C Meridian is the most important meridian and it stand on the famous Meridian Line. world visit it every day. Now its a 3 and a science centre. There 2 _____ new student
Identify similarities and differences between
passes through Greenwich in London. are lots of interesting and fun 4 about science, technology and 3 Complete the sentences with the long form of the 3 _____ Canadian girl
Latitude is the distance of a place north or maths. Enjoy your visit to Greenwich! verb to be. 4 _____ Italian car
these pictures. Love , Linda
south the Equator. Longitude is the distance 1 The students ______ in the classroom. 5 _____ big school
While you listen of a place east or west of the Prime
Now write a description of your favourite museum. 2 My pencil case ______ on the desk. 6 _____ easy test
Meridian. We measure latitude and
Listen carefully and study the pictures. 3 Whens Kittys party? Glossary 3 We ______ in Year 8. ____/ 6

longitude in degrees. The Equator Oral presentation 4 London ______ in England.
Do not choose the first picture you A B C measure: find out is 0 (zero degrees) latitude. The Functions
remember hearing about in the dialogue.
the size or amount of Prime Meridian is 0 (zero degrees) 6 Describe the museum. Use the information in the 5 Jack and I ______ friends.
Often, all three are mentioned, so you have something longitude. fact file. Talk for about a minute. 6 The teacher ______ very nice 7 Complete the dialogue with the expressions
to understand the context to below.
degrees: a unit of Greenwich, in London, is famous for 7 I ______ at school.

Fact file
answer correctly. measure the Royal Greenwich Observatory, 8 You ______ in my class. Hi, Patrick. Whats your name?
The first time you listen, choose the reference line: a line this is my friend Im Polly
4 Whats the address of Marks house? the National Maritime Museum 9 Jo and Jenny ______ from the USA.
picture you think is correct. with the help of which Jake Hello.
A B C we compare other 10 You and I _______ students.
The second time you listen, check Polly Hi.
your answer.
things Place Dimitrie Gusti National Village Museum
____/ 10 Jake Im Jake. 1________________________
to last: to continue Location Bucharest, Romania Polly 2
________________ Polly Marsh.
mean solar times: 3 Answer the questions. Jake
Description the most visited museum in Romania; it reflects the And 3_____________________ , Patrick.
2 Look at the example in exercise 3 and answer medium time in which
the sun shines in a
1 What are parallels? 4 What is longitude? traditional life of Romanian peasants; access to a Patrick Hello, Polly.
the questions. 5 Whats on the desk? 2 What are meridians? 5 Where is Greenwich? library; an art gallery with permanent exhibition of Polly 4
_______________ ____/ 4
certain area of the earth
1 Which countries can you see in the pictures? A B C 3 What is latitude? 6 What is the Greenwich Meridian? contemporary folk artists TOTAL____/ 50
2 What are the nationality adjectives for these Visitors tourists from all around the world
countries?
126 one hundred and twenty-six one hundred and twenty-seven 127
forty-three 43
thirty-one 31

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Contents
Vocabulary Grammar Functions

Starter Greetings p. 10 Verb to be (informally) Asking sbs name + spelling


The alphabet p. 11 Question words: Asking sb their favourite colour
p. 10 Colours p. 12 What / How / Who /
Asking sbs age
Numbers 1-100 p. 13 How old ?
The time p. 14 Possessive adjectives: Asking sbs phone number
Days, months and seasons my / your Talking about time
p. 15 Imperatives Talking about birthdays
Things for school p. 16
Plurals p. 17 Talking about dates and time
Things in the classroom Identifying objects
p. 18 Giving instructions
Classroom language p. 19

Vocabulary Dialogue Grammar Functions

Unit 1 Countries and nationalities Our dads from the USA! A Subject pronouns p. 24 Making introductions p. 27
p. 21 p. 22
B Present simple of the verb to be -
Were from Word bank 1: European Affirmative form p. 24
the UK countries and nationalities
C Possessive adjectives p. 25
p. 144
p. 20 D Articles p. 26
Adjectives describing places
p. 145
Vocabulary strategies:
1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 2.2; 2.3; Learningwords in pairs
3.2; 3.3; 3.4; 4.1; 4.2 p. 30
Pronunciation: The article the p. 26
Unit 2 Family p. 33 Whats your mums job? A Present simple of the verb to be - Negative Giving personal
p. 34 form p. 36 information p. 39
Word bank 2:
Are they twins? Family p. 146 B Present simple of the verb to be -
p. 32 Occupations p. 147 Interrogative form and short answers p. 36
1.1; 1.2; 2.1; 2.2; 2.4; 3.1; Vocabulary strategies: C The possessive s p. 37
3.2; 3.3; 3.4; 4.1; 4.2; 4.3 Learningwords in categories D Question words p. 38
p. 42
Pronunciation: Wh- words p. 39 Evaluation test (Units 1-2) pp. 43-44
Unit 3 Pets p. 47 Weve got a cat A Present simple of the verb have got - Describing
p. 48 Affirmative form p. 50 people p. 53
Word bank 3:
Have you Animals p. 148 B Present simple of the verb have got -
got a pet? Personal possessions Negative form p. 50
p. 149
p. 46 Vocabulary strategies:
C Present simple of the verb have got -
Interrogative form and short answers p. 51
Creating apicture dictionary
1.1; 1.2; 2.1; 2.3; 2.4; 3.1; D Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns -
p. 56
3.2; 3.3; 4.1; 4.2; 4.3 This, that, these, those p. 52
Pronunciation: The consonant h p. 51
Unit 4 Rooms in a house p. 59 Whats your flat like? A There is / There are - Describing your bedroom
p. 60 Affirmative form p. 62 p. 65
Word bank 4:
Theres a huge Parts of a house B There isnt / There arent -
garden p. 150 Negative form p. 62
Furniture and appliances
p. 58 p. 151 C Is there ? / Are there ? -
Interrogative form and short answers p. 63
1.1; 1.2; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; 2.4; Vocabulary strategies:
3.2; 3.3; 3.4; 4.1; 4.2; 4.3 Using spidergrams p. 68 D Some / any p. 63
E Prepositions of place p. 64
Pronunciation: The sound // p. 62 Evaluation test (Units 3-4) pp. 69-70

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Contents

Skills and culture KEY strategies CLIL Culture

The united nation pp. 28-29 Key exam strategies: A CLIL Geography A Culture:
Listening part 1 p. 126 London
Reading: Understanding personal profiles of 4 teenagers from the capital cities p. 31 p. 134
of the UK
Listening: Teenagers introducing themselves and giving personal information
Speaking: Introducing yourself
Writing: Giving personal information
Study tip: Capital letters

Famous brothers and sisters pp. 40-41 Key exam strategies:


Reading and writing
Reading: Understanding a text about famous UK families part 1
Listening: Understanding a conversation about a (fictitious) famous family p. 45
Study tip: Before listening
Speaking: Exchanging information about you and your partners family
Writing: Writing a profile of family members

My pet pp. 54-55 Key exam strategies: B CLIL Science B Culture:


Listening part 2 p. 128 The Royal
Reading: Understanding a description of pets p. 57 grandchildren
Listening: Understanding a description of favourite possessions p. 136
Speaking: Making a class survey on favourite possessions
Writing: Describing favourite possessions
Study tip: Making notes

Home - My special place pp. 66-67 Key exam strategies:


Reading and writing
Reading: Understanding a description of favourite places in the home part 2
Listening: Understanding a description of favourite places in the home p. 71
Speaking: Asking / answering about your favourite room / place
Study tip: Preparing questions
Writing: Describing your favourite room

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Vocabulary Dialogue Grammar Functions

Unit 5 Daily routines p. 73 I usually play computer A Present simple - Affirmative form p. 76 Talking about school
games p. 79
Word bank 5: p. 74 B Present simple - Spelling rules p. 76
I usually Daily routines p. 152
C Prepositions of time p. 77
get up early School subjects
p. 153 D Adverbs of frequency p. 78
p. 72 Vocabulary strategies:
1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; Creatingflow charts
2.4; 3.2; 3.3; 3.4; 4.1; 4.2; p. 82
4.3
Pronunciation: Present simple: /s/, /z/ or /z/ sounds p. 76
Unit 6 Free-time activities p. 85 I dont study all the time! A Present simple - Negative form p. 88 Talking
p. 86 about frequency
Word bank 6: B Present simple - Interrogative form and p. 91
What do you do Free-time activities short answers p. 88
on Saturdays? p. 154
C Question words with the present simple
Places in town
p. 84 p. 155 p. 89
1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; Vocabulary strategies: D Personal pronouns p. 90
2.4; 3.1; 3.2; 3.3; 3.4; 4.1; Using verb and noun
4.2; 4.3 collocations p. 94
Pronunciation: The sound // p. 85 Evaluation test (Units 5-6) pp. 95-96
Unit 7 Abilities and sports p. 99 He cant cook at all! A Can - Affirmative and negative form p. 102 Asking for and giving /
p. 100 refusing permission
Word bank 7: Sports B Expressing ability p. 102 p. 105
I can cook p. 156
C Can - Interrogative form and short answers
very well! Vocabulary strategies: p. 103
p. 98 Creating calligrams
D Imperative p. 104
p. 108
1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3;
2.4; 3.1; 3.2; 3.3; 3.4; 4.1;
4.2; 4.3; 4.4
Pronunciation: The sound // p. 99 Pronunciation: /kn/ and /knt/ p. 101
Unit 8 Clothes p. 111 Were getting a birthday A Present continuous - Affirmative form Shopping for
present ... p. 114 clothes
Word bank 8: p. 112
Theyre looking Clothes and accessories B Present continuous - Spelling rules p. 114 p. 117
attrainers p. 157 C Present continuous - Negative form p. 114
Food and drinks D Present continuous - Interrogative form and
p. 110 p. 158 short answers p. 115
1.1; 1.2; 1.3; 2.1; 2.2; 2.3; Vocabulary strategies: E Possessive pronouns p. 115
2.4; 3.1; 3.2; 3.3; 3.4; 4.1; Using Venn diagrams
4.2; 4.3 p. 120 F Whose? p. 116

Pronunciation: The sound // p. 111 Pronunciation: The -ing form p. 113Evaluation test (Units 7-8) pp. 121-122

Story time pp. 124-125


Festivals Autumn festivals p. 142 Christmas p. 143
General and specific competences from the curriculum 2.3. Express preferences
2.4. Show willingness to participate in a dialogue
1. Understand oral messages in everyday communication situations
1.1. Identify the overall meaning of clearly articulated everyday messages and dialogues 3. Understand written messages in everyday communication situations
1.2. I dentify the meaning of clearly articulated everyday verbal exchanges with clarification 3.1. Identify information from panels and signs displayed in public places for navigational purposes
from the speaker 3.2. Select information from a short text accompanied by illustrations
1.3. Develop interest in specific aspects of the culture of the language studied 3.3. Identify information in simple written messages from friends or peers
2. Speak in everyday communication situations 3.4. Show curiosity for reading navigational texts
2.1. Describe people / characters in a simple way
2.2. E stablish social interaction based on simple conversational formulas (greetings, introductions, 4. Write messages in everyday communication situations
thanks, instructions) 4.1. Write short, simple messages
4.2. Describe aspects of daily life (people, places, school, family, hobbies), using short sentences
4.3. Show willingness to exchange simple written messages
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Skills and culture KEY strategies CLIL Culture

A future champion pp. 80-81 Key exam strategies: C CLIL Music C Culture:
Listening part 3 p. 130 Schools in
Reading: Understanding a text about the daily routine of a teenage swimming p. 83 theUK
champion p. 138
Study tip: Skimming
Listening: Understanding interviews with two teenagers describing their daily
routines during the school holidays
Speaking: Describing your own daily routine in the school holidays
Writing: Describing your partners daily routine in the school holidays

A day out in London pp. 92-93 Key exam strategies:


Reading and writing
Reading: Understanding the description of a day out in London part 3
Listening: Understanding a radio interview p. 97
Speaking: Talking about what teenagers do during the summer holidays
Writing: Writing about what teenagers do during the summer holidays
Study tip: Linkers: and, but, so

Focus on British sports pp. 106-107 Key exam strategies: D CLIL PE D Culture:
Listening parts 4 and 5 p. 132 Britains
Reading: Understanding a text about typical British sports p. 109 topsports
Listening: Understanding an interview with a sports star venues
Speaking: Talking about sports teenagers like / dont like playing p. 140
Study tip: Giving a reason
Writing: Writing about sports teenagers like / dont like playing

Dressing up for special occasions pp. 118-119 Key exam strategies:


Speaking part 1
Reading: Understanding a text about dressing up in the UK p. 123
Listening: Understanding descriptions of school uniforms
Study tip: Listening for gist
Speaking: Describing what a classmate is wearing and guessing who it is
Writing: Writing a description of appearance and clothes

Competene generale i specifice din programa colar 3. Receptarea de mesaje scrise n situaii de comunicare uzual
3.1. Identificarea informaiilor de pe panouri i indicatoare aflate n locuri publice
1. Receptarea de mesaje orale n situaii de comunicare uzual pentru facilitarea orientrii
1.1. I dentificarea sensului global al unor mesaje i dialoguri uzuale, clar articulate 3.2. Extragerea informaiilor dintr-un text scurt, nsoit de ilustraii
1.2. I dentificarea semnificaiei unor schimburi verbale uzuale i clar articulate, n situaia n care 3.3. Identificarea informaiilor din mesaje scrise simple de la prieteni sau de la colegi
interlocutorul ofer ajutor pentru a facilita nelegerea 3.4. Manifestarea curiozitii pentru lectura de orientare
1.3. M anifestarea curiozitii fa de unele elemente specifice spaiului cultural al limbii studiate
4. Redactarea de mesaje n situaii de comunicare uzual
2. Exprimarea oral n situaii de comunicare uzual 4.1. Redactarea de mesaje simple i scurte
2.1. Prezentarea simpl a unei persoane/a unui personaj 4.2. Descrierea unor aspecte ale vieii cotidiene (oameni, locuri, coal, familie,
2.2. S tabilirea de contacte sociale pe baza unor formule conversaionale simple (salut, bun rmas, hobby-uri), folosind propoziii scurte
prezentare, mulumire, instruciuni) 4.3. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru schimbul de mesaje scrise simple
2.3. Exprimarea preferinelor
2.4. Manifestarea disponibilitii pentru participarea la dialog
nine 9
Starter
Greetings
1 Fill in the speech bubbles with the words in the box. Listen, check
and repeat.

Hi, Nathan. Good evening. Good night, Laura. Good morning, Miss Williams.
1
Bye, Dad. Good afternoon. Hello, Jack. Goodbye, Mrs Jones.
Hello, Jack.

5
Bye, Sophie.
2
Good morning,
class.

3 Goodbye,
Good Sam.
evening. 6

4
7
Good
afternoon.
Good night,
Mum.

Hellos Good-
byes

2 PAIRWORK Write dialogues using the prompts. Then, in pairs, act


them out.
1 A Hi, Gianni. 3 A 
(Greet your friend, Gianni.)  ( You leave the house to go to
B  school, and your mother says
(Answer.) goodbye to you.)
2 A  B 
(It is 9 am. Greet your teacher, (Answer.)
Mr Grant) 4 A 
B  (You go to bed. Say good
(Your teacher answers.) night to your father.)
B 
(Your father answers.)
10 ten
Starter
The alphabet
1 Put the letters in the correct alphabetical order. Listen and check.
Then listen again and repeat.

Q W E R T Y U I O P A B

A S D F G H J K L K P

Z X C V B N M V Z

2 Listen and fill in the gaps with the letters from the box. Then listen
again and check.

DUSTK

1 A H J 4 I Y 7O
2 B C D E G P V 5Q W
3 F L M N X Z 6R

3 Listen and choose the letter you hear.


1 AE 3AI 5YU 7AR 9GJ
2 EI 4OU 6UW 8WV 10KQ

4 PAIRWORK Choose a letter from exercise 1 and ask your partner to


pronounce it.
A Whats this letter? B K.

5 PAIRWORK Listen and choose the names you hear. Take turns to
spell and pronounce them.
1 Katie Cathy Kevin 4 Helen Harry Hannah
2 Wendy Wanda Wayne 5 Cheryl Carol Charlie
3 Jeanne Gina Jenny

6 PAIRWORK Listen and repeat. In pairs, act out the dialogue using
your names, then the names in the box.

Sophie
Molly
Lucy
Rosie
Andrew
Luke
Ryan
Jack

eleven 11
Starter
Colours
1 Match the colours with the T-shirts.
blackbluebrowngreenorange
greypinkpurplered
whiteyellow
1 white

2 3 4 5 6

7 8 9 10 11

2 Listen and colour the pictures.

2 3
1

4 5

3 PAIRWORK Choose objects from your class and talk about their
colour as in the example.
A What colour is this?
B Its blue.

4 Listen and repeat.


A Whats your favourite colour?
B Its yellow.

12 twelve
Starter
Numbers 1-100 ONE TWO THREE
1
1 Write the numbers.
FOUR FIVE SIX

SEVEN EIGHT NINE

ZERO
* #
Look out!
When 0 is in a phone
number, it is usually
2 Listen and complete the phone numbers.
pronounced oh . 1 3 3 8 92 877 3 0 9 9 0 9 1
0208 500900 = Oh, two, 2 7 0 0 09 4 0 1 49 8
oh, eight, five, oh, oh,
nine, oh, oh
3 Listen and repeat the numbers in the box. Then look at the pictures
and match the numbers to the people.

ten
eleven
eighteen
twelve
thirteen
fourteen
fifteen
sixteen
seventeen
eighteen
nineteen
twenty

4 Listen and repeat the numbers.

20twenty 31thirty-one 70 seventy


21twenty-one 40forty 80 eighty
22twenty-two 50fifty 90 ninety
30thirty 60sixty 100 one hundred

5 PAIRWORK Listen and repeat. In pairs, ask for and give personal
information as in the example.
A How old are you? A Whats your phone number?
B Im 12. B 319 7756321.

thirteen 13
Starter
The time
1 Write the time using the words in the box.
five oclock six five to twenty to twenty past
ten to six twenty-five past ten past five

Its five oclock .

05:00

Its six. 05:55 05:05 Its five past five.

Its . 05:50 05:10 Its .

Its quarter to . 05:45 05:15 Its quarter past five.

Its six. 05:40 05.20 Its five.

Its twenty-five to six. 05:35 05:25 Its five.

05:30

Its half past five.

2 Listen and write the time.


Then listen again and repeat. 3

1 1 Its quarter past ten .


2 2 Its .
3 Its .
4 Its .
5 Its .
6 Its .
7 Its . 8
5 8 Its .
6

4 7

3 PAIRWORK Look at the clocks in exercise 2 again. In pairs, ask and


answer questions about the time on each clock.
A Whats the time? B Its quarter past ten.

14 fourteen
Starter
Days, months and seasons
1 Listen and repeat.
Monday Wednesday Friday Sunday
Tuesday Thursday Saturday

Look out! 2 Listen and number the days of the week in the order in which you
We always use capital hear them.
letters to write the days of
the week and the months. 3 Complete the names of the months with the letters in the box. Listen
The names of the seasons and repeat.
do not usually begin with
capital letters. IYLGRCCEUMPJ
Wednesday April
spring winter JAN ARY MA SE TEMBER

FEB UARY UNE O TOBER

MAR H JU Y NOVE BER

APR L AU UST D CEMBER

Look out! 4 PAIRWORK Listen and repeat. In pairs, ask and answer the same
question as in the example.
Ordinal numbers are used
with dates: A Whens your birthday?
B Its on 10th October.
1st first
2nd second
3rd third 5 Write the months in each season.
21st twenty-first
22nd twenty-second
23rd twenty-third

For all numbers except for


the ones above we add
-th at the end: spring summer autumn winter
4th fourth
March June September December
5th fifth
6th sixth
12th twelfth
19th nineteenth
26th twenty-sixth
6 PAIRWORK Take turns to ask and answer questions about the months
and seasons in exercise 5 as in the example.
15th September = the A Whens August? B Its in summer.
fifteenth of September

fifteen 15
Starter
Things for school
1 1 Match the words with the pictures. Listen, check and repeat.

rulerpenpencilfelt tippencil sharpenerrubber


exercise book pencil case textbook schoolbag

2 1 schoolbag 5
2 6
3 7
5 4 8
3 9
4 10

7
9
8
6 10

2 Complete the mind maps.


E B F T

P EN

1 2
SCHOOLBAG PENCIL CASE
RUB R

T
P L
RUL R

P C
P S

3 PAIRWORK Listen and repeat. In pairs, ask the same questions and
give answers which are true for you.
A Whats in your schoolbag?
B Two textbooks, one exercise book and a pencil case.
A Whats in your pencil case?
B Two pens, two pencils and a rubber.

16 sixteen
Starter
Plurals
1 Listen and repeat.

1 2 3

a car four cars a watch four watches one child two children
4 5 6

a boy three boys a bus two buses a brush six brushes


7 8 9

a fox two foxes a game three games a tomato three tomatoes

10 11

a baby two babies a glass two glasses

2 Put the words from exercise 1 in the correct category.


A Regular plurals: + -s book books, cat cats, name names,
1 car cars , 2 ,3

B Nouns that end in a consonant + -y: -y becomes -i and we add -es


city cities, party parties, 4

C Nouns that end in -s, -ss, -ch, -sh, -x, -z, -o add -es class classes,
sandwich sandwiches, wish wishes, box boxes, quiz quizzes,
potato potatoes, 5 ,6 ,
7
, 8
, 9
,
10

D Irregular plurals:man men, woman women, person people,


11

3 Write the plurals for the following words.


pencil case pencil cases 5 match
1 dish 6 bike
2 day 7 house
3 country 8 person
4 box 9 ice cream

4 PAIRWORK In pairs, choose five singular nouns from the previous


exercises. Take turns to spell the plural form of these nouns.
A Class B Classes: C-L-A-S-S-E-S

seventeen 17
Starter
Things in the classroom
1 Look at the picture and match the words with the items you see.
Listen and check. Then listen again and repeat.

A
B
C D

F I
H
E

L
J K

1 B IWB (interactive whiteboard) 5 window 9 poster


2 speakers 6 table 10 clock
3 board 7 desk 11 wall
4 door 8 chair 12 bin

2 PAIRWORK Ask and answer questions about the picture in


exercise 1 in pairs.
A Whats this? A How do you spell wall?
B Its a window. B W A L L
A Whats B?
B Its an interactive whiteboard.

3 PAIRWORK Listen and repeat. Then, in pairs, ask and answer


similar questions about your classroom.

18 eighteen
Starter
Classroom language
1 Listen and number the pictures in the order you hear the phrases.

A 1 Look! B Open your books! C Sit down! D Draw!

E Listen! F Repeat! G Read!

H Close your books! I Write! J Stand up!

2 PAIRWORK Student A gives a series of instructions to Student B.


Student B performs these instructions. Use the expressions in exercise 1.

3 Look at the classroom rules. Write imperative sentences with please.


CLASSROOM RULES

Do Dont
Come to class on time Be late
Listen carefully Run into the classroom
Raise your hand Use your mobile phone
Be polite Talk to your deskmate during class

Please come to class on time.


Now make your own classroom rules. Compare them to your partners.

nineteen 19
1 BEN
Were from the UK Look out!
We do not use the before most country
names: Romania, Italy.
We use the before countries whose
names include the words states or
kingdom, island groups and mountain
ranges: The United Kingdom; The
Maldives, The Alps.

JOSH

1 the UK (the United Kingdom)

5 
LAURA

LUKE

2 

6 
IRINA
WILL

3 
7 

IDEKI
HENRIQUE

4 
8
8 
20 twenty
Vocabulary
Countries and nationalities
1
1 Match the names of the countries with the
pictures. Listen and check. Then listen again and
repeat.
ZOE
Russia the UK (the United Kingdom) Australia
the USA (the United States of America)
ItalyChinaBrazilMexicoIndia
CanadaJapanSouth Africa

2 Write the nationality adjective for each country.


Listen, check and repeat.
9 
JapaneseCanadianMexicanAmerican
ItalianRussian
Australian
South AfricanBritishIndianChineseBrazilian
LIJUAN
Countries Nationalities
Australia Australian
Brazil
Canada
China
India
10  Italy
Japan
Mexico
Russia
LUZ
South Africa
the UK
the USA

3 Listen and match the people with their


nationalities.
1 D Thiago A Japanese
11  2 Becky B Australian
3 Fumiki C Indian
4 Helen D Brazilian
5 Pavlo E American
SAYA
6 Huma F Russian

4 PAIRWORK Imagine you are from a different


country. Choose a country from exercise 1 and
introduce yourself as in the example.
My names Dimitri. Im from Russia. Im Russian.

12 

Word bank pp. 144-145 twenty-one 21


1 Dialogue

DVDSTORY 01

Our dads from the USA!


1 READ AND LISTEN Where are Ricky and Sarah from?
Ricky So Who are they? Sarah Im from Italy.
Adam Thats Vijay and his friend, Jack. Theyre really cool. Jazmin So youre Italian!
Ricky OK. Sarah Yes, thats right.
Adam And thats the new girl, Sarah. Shes really nice. Ricky Well, not exactly. Were half
Ricky Nice? Italian and half American.
Adam Yes, shes nice. Shes Italian, too. Sarah You see, our mums from Italy
Ricky Well, actually, shes my sister! Sarah! Over here! and our dads from the USA.
Sarah Oh, Ricky. There you are! Jazmin Wow! Youre so lucky! Two
Ricky Adam, this is my sister, Sarah were twins. countries and two languages!
Adam Hi, Sarah. Listen again and repeat.
Sarah Hey.
Adam And this is my best friend.
Jazmin Hi, Im Jazmin. Everyday English
Sarah Hello, Jazmin. Im Sarah.
actually
Jazmin Where are you from?
Over here!
There you are!
Thats right.
22 twenty-two Youre so lucky!
2
Dialogue
COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again. Are the sentences true
1
(T) or false (F)? Correct the false ones. T F
1 Vijay and Jack are friends.
2 Sarah is English.
3 Sarah and Ricky are brother and sister.
4 Adam and Ricky are twins.
5 Jazmin is Italian.
6 Ricky is from the USA.

3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

ThisourShehis
WeShesWereismy
Theyre

1 Thats Vijay and friend. really cool.


2 Thats Sarah. s nice. Italian.
3 Shes sister!
4 is my sister, Sarah. twins.
5 This my best friend.
6 re half Italian and half American.
7 Our mums from Italy and dads
from the USA.

4 Fill in the gaps with information from the


dialogue on page 22. Listen, check and repeat.

Jazmin Hi, 1 Jazmin.


Sarah Hello, Jazmin. 2 Sarah.
Jazmin Where 3 you from?
Sarah 4
from Italy.
Jazmin So 5
Italian!
Sarah Yes, 6 right.

5 PAIRWORK In pairs, act out the dialogue in exercise 4. Use the names
of the children, countries and nationalities on pages 20 and 21.
A Hi, Im Luke.
B Hello, Luke. Im Will.
A Where are you from?
B Im from Australia.
A So youre Australian!
B Yes, thats right.

twenty-three 23
1 Grammar

A Subject pronouns DE B Present simple of the verb to be


VI O
Affirmative form DE
VI O
Singular Plural
1st person I 1st person we Long form Short form
2nd person you 2nd person you I am Im Romanian.
3rd person he, she, it 3rd person they You are Youre Romanian.
He is Hes Romanian.
Subject pronouns are personal pronouns used to
replace the subject (person or thing). They always She is Shes Romanian.
come before the verb.
It is Its Romanian.
Ricky and Sarah are from Italy. They are Italian. We are Were Romanian.

We use the pronoun he with masculine nouns: father, You are Youre Romanian.
brother, man, boy, actor etc. They are Theyre Romanian.
We use the pronoun she with feminine nouns:
mother, sister, woman, girl, actress etc. Subject + am / are / is + complement
We use it to refer to things and animals.
When we write the short form, we use an
If an animal is really important to someone, it can be apostrophe () to mark the missing letter(s).
referred to as he / she:
We usually use the short form in both spoken and
I love my dog very much. He is white and has informal written English.
fluffy ears.
Im Adam. Our dads from the USA.

1 Choose the correct answers.


He / She is George.
3 Rewrite the sentences using the short form of
1 He / She is my sister. the verb to be.
2 We / She is our English teacher. He is from England. Hes from England.
3 He / They are my friends. 1 She is Japanese.
4 She / He is my mum. 2 They are nice!
5 We / I are sisters. 3 Ryan is Australian.
6 It / He is my schoolbag. 4 We are at school.
7 We / I am a student. 5 My favourite colour is blue.
8 He / We is my brother. 6 I am in class 1H.
7 You are cool!
2 Complete the sentences with the correct 8 Rebecca is my best friend.
personal pronoun. Listen and check.
James is American. He is American. 4 Fill in the gaps with am, is or are. Listen
and check.
1 Matt and I are friends. are friends.
2 Anna is in my class. is in my class. She is my best friend.
3 Ben and Josh are twins. are twins. 1 I English.
4 The students are at school. are at school. 2 We in your class.
5 Paul is my friend. is my friend. 3 I a new student.
6 My home town is London. is really big. 4 It September.
7 Jess and I are 13. are 13. 5 The boys in the park.
8 You and Amy are cool! are cool! 6 Emma at home.
9 My mum is a teacher. is really busy. 7 They Canadian.
10 My schoolbag is red. is red. 8 You my friend.

24 twenty-four
5 Complete Megs email with
the correct form of the verb
Grammar
Get it right!
In the third person singular,
1
to be. Use the short form. possessive adjectives follow the gender
of the owner and not the gender of the person or
thing that is owned.

his sister Pauls sister


her sister Annas Sister
Hi
My name s Meg and I 1 Canadian.
I 2
from Ontario. It 3
the capital city 6 Match the sentences 1 8 with A H.
of Canada. Our house is 10 km from the centre.
I4 12 and I 5 in class 7 at Redwood 1 E Anna and Jo are my friends.
School. My best friends at school are Dani and 2 John is 14.
Laura they 6 really cool! My brother is 3 Im Spanish.
Greg and he 7 15. He 8 at my school, 4 We are students.
9
too. My dad 42 and my mum 10 5 She is Lara.
11
39. They from Montreal. My favourite 6 You are Italian.
12
singer Justin Bieber he 13 great! 7 The school is new.
Love, Meg 8 You are twins.
A Her birthday is in June.
C Possessive adjectives DE
VI O
B Its classrooms are big.
C His sister is 16.
Singular Plural D My family are in Barcelona.
Subject Possessive Subject Possessive E Their house is nice.
pronoun adjective pronoun adjective F Our school is nice.
I my we our G Your names are Liz and Emma.
H Your mums from Catania.
you your you your
he his 7 Complete the sentences with the correct
she her they their possessive adjective. Listen and check.
it its Im Jack and this is my dog.
1 Hes 15 and brothers 17.
Possessive adjectives:
2 Shes Amy and surnames Smith.
1 always come before the noun they refer to;
3 Were from Italy but dads American.
This is my sister. Our dads American. 4 The students are here and bags
are in the classroom.
2 never appear after a definite or indefinite article
(the; a/an); 5 Youre in class 1B and teacher
is MrJones.
our school 6 Heres David and sister, Lucy.
7 My cats black but eyes are green.
3 do not change: there is only one form for the
singular, plural, masculine and feminine. 8 Im Grace and this is friend, Eva.
9 Youre in this classroom and teacher
my brother my brothers isMiss Dodd.
my sister my sisters 10 Miss Dodd is a teacher and subject is art.

twenty-five 25
1 D Articles
Grammar

DE
Round-up

1 Choose the correct form of the verb to be to


complete Adams email.
VI O

A is an indefinite article. It is used before singular


nouns beginning with a consonant: e.g. b, f, m.

a boy a frog a man

An is an indefinite article. It is used before singular


nouns beginning with a vowel: a, e, i, o, u.

an American film an exercise an ice cream


an orange an umbrella

The is the definite article. It doesnt change and it is


used with singular and plural nouns. Hi Dieter
My / Your names Adam Davis and Im English.
the teacher the teachers Im 13 and Im in class 8DT at school. My best
the boy the boys friends at school 1 is / are Jazmin and Vijay. Ricky
the girl the girls and Sarah are 2 their / my new friends. 3 We /
They are twins from Italy. 4 Our/ Their school is
big and modern and 5 a / the teachers are nice.
6
Her / My sister is Chloe and shes 11.
8 Complete the sentences with a or an. 7
Hes / Shes a student at my school, too.
Hes an American actor. My dad 8 is / are 40 and hes from Wales and
1 Hes Japanese boy. mymums 36. Shes English.
2 Shes teacher.
9
We / You are from Cambridge. Its a big city
in England. 10Its / Shes an historic city but its
3 Its red pen.
modern, too. 11The/ A city centre is very busy!
4 Its Italian car.
My favourite things are sport football and
5 This is easy exercise. cricket andmusic. I 12 are / am in the school
6 Hes new student. orchestra!
7 Im in big class. Write back soon,
8 Heres ice cream for you!
Adam

Pronunciation - The article the


There are two ways of pronouncing the word the:
2 PAIRWORK Introduce yourself to your
partner using the prompts.
1 // when it comes before a consonant:
the boy, the fox; Hello, my names Im (years old).
2 /i/ when it comes before a vowel: My brothers (years old). His names
the apple, the uniform My sisters (years old). Her names
My dads (years old). Hes from
9 Listen and repeat. My mums (years old). Shes from
// /i/ Were (nationality). Were from (town).
the school the exercise
My best friends at school are and
the teacher the ice cream My favourite things are , and
the books the umbrella
the girls the orange
3 Write down your partners introduction.
His names Enzo and hes 12 years old.
Hisbrother is

26 twenty-six
Making introductions
Functions
1

1 Read and listen to the dialogue. Then listen again and repeat.
Sophie Hello.
Oliver Hi.
Sophie Im Sophie. Whats your name?
Oliver Im Oliver Oliver Turner.
And this is my friend, Harry.
Harry Hello, Sophie.
Sophie Hi, Harry. Nice to meet you.

2 Read the dialogue and mark () these sentences as true (T) or false (F).
COMPETENCES T F
1 Oliver and Sophie are friends.
cultural awareness and expression
civic and social competences 2 Her name is Sophie Turner.
initiative 3 Sophie and Harry are friends.
4 Oliver and Harry are friends.

Key expressions

Hi / Hello. This is
Look out!
Im Nice to meet you.
First name: Laura, James
Whats your name?
Surname: Brown, Smith

3 Listen and choose the words you hear.


Dialogue 1
A 1 Hello / Hi, my names 2 Holly / Molly. Whats your name?
B Im 3 Julia / Jenny and this is my friend, 4 Dan / Ben. Hes in my class.
C 5 Hi / Hello, Molly.
A 6 Hi / Hey.
Dialogue 2
A Hi. 1 Im / My names Jamie Carter. Whats your 2 name / surname?
B 3 Im / My names Leo and my 4 name / surnames Chilton.
A And this is my 5 sister / friend, Hannah.
C Hi, Leo.
B 6 Hello / Hi.

4 GROUPWORK In groups of three, act out the dialogue in exercise 1.


Then use this model to introduce yourselves.

twenty-seven 27
1 Skills and culture
Lexi Williams
Lexis 14 and shes English.
Her familys originally from
Rashid Kalpar
Rashids 14 and hes from
Cardiff, the capital city
of Wales. His familys
Jamaica but shes from 15 originally from Pakistan
London, the capital city of but hes Welsh. Cardiff is
5 England. Its a multicultural near the sea and Cardiff
city 30% of Londoners Bay is now a tourist area
are from other countries. with historic and modern
Londons famous for its 20 buildings. Cardiff is a
monuments like Big Ben, multicultural city about
10 the Tower of London and 20% of the population
Tower Bridge. are from other countries.

Duncan Moffat
Duncan is a Scottish
25 student. Hes 14 and
hes from Edinburgh, the
capital city of Scotland.
Its a beautiful city with a
famous castle and lots of
30 interesting monuments.
Its also near the sea. Caitlin Laskier Caitlins 15 and shes from
The city is famous for its Belfast, the capital city of Northern Ireland. Her mums
international festival of from Belfast but her dads from Poland her first
culture, the Edinburgh names Irish but her surnames Polish. Belfast is a centre
35 Festival. 40 of industry and its near the sea. The city is famous
for shipbuilding especially for the Titanic. Its an old
city with modern buildings, too. For example, Titanic
Belfast is a new museum in a very modern building.

Reading
1 Read the texts. Match the cities with the pictures on page 29.
A London B Edinburgh C Cardiff D Belfast

2 COMPREHENSION Read the texts again and complete the sentences


with the names of the cities or students.
1 is a multicultural city.
Glossary 2 is a beautiful city with a big castle.
other: different 3 is near the sea. The bay is interesting for tourists.
bay: part of the coast 4 is near the sea and is famous for its museum about the Titanic.
where the land bends in 5 is a British boy from a city with an important festival.
building: a structure with
6 is a girl from a multicultural city.
walls and a roof, like a
house or a school 7 is a girl of 15 from an industrial city.
about: approximately 8 is a 14-year-old boy from a city near the sea.
beautiful: very attractive
near: close to
Listening
sea: a large area of salt
water, smaller than an 3 Listen and match the people with the cities they live in.
ocean
shipbuilding: making 1 Eva 3 Martha ABelfast CCardiff
ships and boats 2 Ed 4 Mike BEdinburgh DLondon

28 twenty-eight
THE UNITED NATION Skills and culture
1
1 2

3 4

Speaking
4 Complete the card with your personal information.
Na me: _________________________________ COUNTRY: _____________________________
Study tip Surna me: ____________________________ Nat iona li t y: ________________________
Age: ___________________________________ Ci t y: _________________________________
Capital letters
Remember to use capital
letters for: 5 PAIRWORK Take turns to introduce yourselves using the information
the personal subject from your card: Hello, my names Luca Costa. Im 12 ...
pronoun I:
Im from London. Writing
names and surnames:
Mynames James 6 Complete the text with the Na me: Julia
Watson. information from the card.
Surna me: Watson
countries: Hes from My names 1 and my surnames Age: 15
France. 2
. Im 3 .
nationalities: The 4
COUNTRY: The USA
Imfrom the USA so Im .
students are German. My city is 5 and its
Nat iona li t y: American
the capital city of the USA. Its a big city Ci t y: Washington DC
and its very famous. School: Capitol High School
COMPETENCES
cultural awareness and expression 7 Now write a short presentation about yourself using the model in
civic and social competences exercise 6. You may add any additional information about yourself and
learning to learn the city you live in.
twenty-nine 29
1 Vocabulary strategies

Learning words in pairs


COMPETENCES
learning to learn
logical and mathematical competence

Strategy
It is easier to remember Countries and nationalities
words if you learn
them in pairs, for 1 Study the names of the countries and nationalities on pages 20 21
example the country and 144 (Word bank). Then complete the chart following the example.
and the nationality, or Are there any pairs of words which do not match any category?
an adjective and its
opposite. This strategy -ian
is useful for learning -an
and improving Albania / Albanian
vocabulary. America / American

Remember!
We use adjectives to COUNTRIES and NATIONALITIES
describe nouns. They
have the same form in
the singular and plural: -ese -ish
intelligent student
intelligent students Japan / Japanese Spain / Spanish
Adjectives come before
the nouns:
She is a pretty girl.
Order of adjectives
1 size a small
2 colour brown Adjectives describing places
3 origin German
2 Study the words on page 145 (Word bank) and use the same strategy
4 material wooden from exercise 1 to memorise the words. For example, you can match
We usually use no more each adjective with its opposite, dividing them into four categories:
than three adjectives to Temperature, Size, Age, Opinion.
describe nouns: Martha
has got red Dutch tulips 3 Now put these words in their correct order following the examples in
on her balcony. Remember!

1 bus, red, big, metal, British


2 Russian, blue, doll, small, wooden
3 Vietnamese, large, straw, yellow, hat

Pairs
Prepare and cut out two sets of cards, one with country names
and the other one with the corresponding nationalities.

GA
Mix the cards (do not mix the sets) and lay them out face down on the desk:
place the set with the country names to the left of the set with the nationality

ME
names.
In turns, each player uncovers two cards, one from the country set, and the
other one from the nationality set. If the nationality does not match the
country, the student places the cards face down, in the same place.
The aim is to find country nationality pairs and take those pairs out
of the game, until all pairs are found.
The student who finds most pairs wins.
30 thirty
COMPETENCES
learning to learn

Listening part 1
Key exam strategies
1
In Listening part 1 you hear five short dialogues. Each dialogue is associated with a question and
three pictures. You have to listen to each dialogue twice, then answer each question choosing the
correct picture.

LETS PRACTISE! 3 Listen to five short dialogues. Each


of them is repeated twice. Each dialogue
1 Choose the words you hear. corresponds with a different question.

0 A B C Example
0 Where is Anita from?
A B C

1 A B C

Canada The USA Australia


The correct answer is C.
2 A B C
1 Whats the spelling of Jamies surname?
A B C

STRATEGIES
Before you listen
Read the instruction carefully and study the 2 What times the film?
three pictures. A B C
Identify similarities and differences between
these pictures.

While you listen


Listen carefully and study the pictures. 3 Whens Kittys party?
Do not choose the first picture you A B C
remember hearing about in the dialogue.
Often, all three are mentioned, so you have
to understand the context to
answer correctly.
The first time you listen, choose the 4 Whats the address of Marks house?
picture you think is correct. A B C
The second time you listen, check
your answer.

2 Look at the example in exercise 3 and answer


the questions. 5 Whats on the desk?
1 Which countries can you see in the pictures? A B C
2 What are the nationality adjectives for these
countries?

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2 Are they twins?

Philip Catherine
1 granddad 2 

Gary Joanna* Martin*


3  4  5 

Oliver* Emily*
7  ZAC = ME! 8 

32 thirty-two
Look out!
Informal Formal Family
Vocabulary
2
mum mother
dad father 1 Complete Zacs family tree using the words in the
box. Listen and check. Then listen again and repeat.
auntie aunt
granny / grandma grandmother dadsistergranddadaunt
granddad / grandpa grandfather mumbrotherunclecousinsgranny
Extra family words
stepfather twins
stepmother relatives 2 Study the family tree and complete the sentences with
stepbrother sibilings the correct names.
stepsister Zac: My sister is Emily .
1 Ben: My dad is .
2 Amy: My cousins are ,
and .
3 Zac, Emily and Oliver: Our granny is .
4 Joanna: My brother is .
5 Amy: My uncle is .
6 Emily: My aunt is .
7 Martin: My sister is .
8 Oliver: My grandad is .
9 Ben: My mum is .
10 Joanna: My mum is .

3 Look at the family tree again. Listen and guess who


is talking.
1 Amy Emily Caroline
2 Caroline Catherine Joanna
3 Ben Gary Zac
Caroline 4 Zac Oliver Ben
6 
4 PAIRWORK Student A: you are one of the family
tree members marked with an asterisk. Describe what
relationship you have with three other members.
Student B: guess who student A is.
A Caroline is my mum. Martin is my dad.
Ben is my brother. Who am I?
B Youre Amy.
A Thats right!

5 Choose the correct answer.


1 Jane and Mary celebrate their birthday on the same day.
They are twins / brothers.
2 My relationships / relatives are very nice people.
3 Catherine is Philips wife / husband.
Ben* and Amy* 4 My sister and brother are also called my brothers /
9  siblings.

Word bank pp. 146-147 thirty-three 33


2 Dialogue

DVDSTORY 02

Whats your mums job?


1 READ AND LISTEN Where are Ricky and Sarah today?
Chloe Hi, Adam. Were back! Sarah Whats your mums job? Is she a teacher,
Adam This is my little sister, Chloe. too?
Ricky Hi, Chloe. Adam No, she isnt. Shes a hairdresser.
Chloe Hello and Im not little. Im nearly 12! Adams mum enters the room.
Adam Ricky and Sarah are from Italy. Theyre twins.
Mum Well, actually, Im a hairdresser,
Ricky Yes, but we arent identical. a chef, anurse, a taxi driver and a cleaner!
Chloe Are you in Adams class? Adam Oh, hi Mum!
Ricky Yes, I am. But Sarah isnt in our class.
ShesinJazmins class. Listen again and repeat.
Sarah Is this a photo of your family?
Chloe Yes, it is.
Ricky Lets have a look! Where are you? Everyday English
Chloe Im here with my mum. Were back!
Sarah Whos that? Im nearly 12.
Adam Thats my dad. Hes a teacher. Lets have a look!
Im here
Well, actually
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Look out! 2
Dialogue
COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again and answer the questions.
2
When we talk about a 1 How old is Chloe now?
persons age in English, 2 Are Ricky and Sarah identical twins?
we use the verb to be
instead of to have. 3 Is Sarah in Adams class?
4 Who is in the photo?
Im 13.
5 Whats Adams dads job?

3 Choose the correct answers.

1 Im not / I arent little. Im nearly 12!


2 Were twins but we isnt / arent identical.
3 You are / Are you in Adams class?
4 Sarah isnt / arent in our class.
5 Shes in class Jazmin / Jazmins class.
6 This is / Is this a photo of your family?
7 Where are you / you are?

4 Fill in the gaps with information from the dialogue on page 34.
Listen, check and repeat.

Sarah 1 that?
Adam  2
my dad.
3
a teacher.
Sarah 
4
your mums job?
5
she a teacher,
too?
Adam No, she 6 .
Shes ahairdresser.

5 PAIRWORK In pairs, act out the dialogue in exercise 4, changing


the words in bold. Use the jobs below.

TAXI DRIVER

NURSE
DENTIST DOCTOR

CHEF
CLEANER
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2 Grammar

A Present simple of the verb to be B P


 resent simple of the verb
Negative form DE
VI O
to be - Interrogative form and
short answers DE
VI O
Long form Short form
I am not Im not Italian. Short answers

You are not You arent Italian. Interrogative Affirmative Negative

He is not He isnt Italian. Am I English? Yes, you are. No, you arent.

She is not She isnt Italian. Are you English? Yes, I am. No, Im not.

It is not It isnt Italian. Is he English? Yes, he is. No, he isnt.

We are not We arent Italian. Is she English? Yes, she is. No, she isnt.

You are not You arent Italian. Is it English? Yes, it is. No, it isnt.

They are not They arent Italian. Are we English? Yes, you are. No, you arent.
Are you English? Yes, we are. No, we arent.
am /
Subject + + not + complement Are they English? Yes, they are. No, they arent.
are / is

When we use the negative short form, we join Am / Are / Is + subject + complement?
do and does with not. The missing o from not is
replaced by an apostrophe, except for the first Yes, subject am / are / is.
person singular. + +
No, pronoun m not / arent / isnt.
She isnt at home.
When we turn the affirmative be into an
They arent in my class. interrogative, the verb comes before the subject.
Im not American.
He is Spanish? Is he Spanish?

1 Rewrite the sentences using the negative We always use the long form in affirmative answers.
form of the verb to be.
Is this a photo of your family? Yes, it is.
They are cousins. They are not cousins.
We use the short form in negative answers.
1 She is Chinese.
2 Tom is from Scotland. Are you American? No, Im not.
3 I am 13.
4 We are in Year 7.
5 You are in my class. 4 Rewrite the sentences as questions.
6 They are my sisters. Jack is 13.
Is Jack 13?
2 Rewrite the sentences in exercise 1 using the 1 They are your friends.
short form of the verb to be.
2 You are Italian.
3 Complete the sentences with the negative 3 John is your brother.
form of the verb to be. 4 Its Monday today.
Mr Hill isnt a teacher. 5 Marias your cousin.
1 I from Rome. 6 Were in class 8RN.
2 Max my brother. 7 Shes our teacher.
3 You from the USA. 8 Im in your class.
4 Venice a modern city.
5 My sisters at home.
6 Jess and I cousins.

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Word order
Get it right!
7
Grammar
Complete the sentences with the words
in brackets and the possessive s. Listen
2
1 2 and check.
SUBJECT + VERB Hello, Im Lauras brother. (Laura)
In affirmative and negative sentences, the 1 Elena is sister. (Daniela)
subject always comes before the verb. In
questions, the subject follows the auxiliary verb. 2 Mrs Teal is granny. (the girls)
3 This is email address. (Jamie)
He is Spanish. BUT 4 Where are skateboards?
He isnt Spanish. Is he Spanish? (Timand Ed)
5 The teacher is in the caf.
(children)
6 Is she girlfriend? (your brother)
5 Match the questions with the short answers. 7 Is Uncle Nick brother?
1 F Is Paul French? A Yes, he is. (yourmum)
2 Is this your dog? B No, she isnt. 8 Heres house. (my cousins)
3 Are Tom and Jo C Yes, it is.
inyour class? D No, they arent. 8 Fill in the gaps using the words in
4 Is Lisa American? E No, we arent. brackets and the possessive s. Listen and
check.
5 Is David Australian? F Yes, he is.
6 Are you from Paris? Its Emmas bag . (bag / Emma)
1 Are you  ?
6 Write questions using the prompts and the (sister / Monica)
verb to be. Then give answers which are true 2 Are they  ?
for you. (books / theteachers)
you / 12? Are you 12? Yes, I am. 3 I am  .
1 you / from Rome? 5 your cousins / (sister / Lucy and Martin)
2 you / English? American? 4 Mr Davy is  .
6 your school / big? (Englishteacher / the students)
3 your dad / teacher?
5 Is this  ?
4 your mum / from
(pencil case / Simon)
Milan?
6  is Davis.
(surname / Adam)
C The possessive s DE
VI O

Singular noun: + s
Rosie is Kates sister. Look out!
1 NOUN + is => NOUNs:
Regular plural noun: +
Mary is his sister. => Marys his sister.
the teachers cars
2 We use a noun with s to show possession:
Irregular plural noun: + s
the childrens bikes Harry is Marys brother. (= Harry is her
brother.)
Two or more nouns: last noun + s
Henry is Rosie and Kates brother.
The possessive s is used for people not objects.
Susans dog, not the tables leg

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2 Grammar

D Question words DE
Round-up

1 Read the dialogue between Lucy and Amy


and choose the correct answers.
VI O

Who? Where?
What? Which?
When? How old?

Wh- / How old + am / are / is + subject?

We use question words to ask questions about:


people: Who are you?
things: What is for dinner? /
Which is your favourite animal?
times/dates: When is your birthday?
place: Wheres Mark?
age: How old is your brother?
Lucy This is / Is this a photo of your family?
9 Match the questions with the answers. Amy Yes, 1 it is / is it.
Lucy 2 What / Who are they?
1 C Where is Andy? A Its chocolate.
Amy 3 Theyre / Hes my aunt and uncle.
2 When is the party? B Theyre 18
Lucy 4 Whats / What are their names?
3 What is your and 20.
Amy Julia and Mike.
favourite ice cream? C Hes at school.
Lucy 5 They are / Are they American?
4 Who is your maths D Its on Saturday.
Amy Yes, 6 they are / are they.
teacher? E Its Mrs Pointer.
Lucy Whats 7 the job your uncle? /
5 Which is your bike? F Its the black
your uncles job?
6 How old are your bike.
Amy Hes a pilot. Hes really cool!
cousins?
Lucy 8 Which is / Whats your aunts job?
Amy Shes a doctor.
10 Fill in the blanks with the correct Lucy 9 Are these / Is this your cousin?
question words. Listen and check.
Amy Yes, 10 its / it is.
When is your birthday? Lucy Whats 11 your cousins name / the name
Its on 10th April. your cousin?
1 is your school? Amy  12
Their / His names Luke.
Its in the city centre. Lucy How old 13 he is / is he?
2 is your best friend? Its Elisa. Amy Hes 10.
3 is your schoolbag?
Its the blue bag.
4 is your favourite colour? 2 PAIRWORK In pairs, ask and answer
Itspurple! questions using the prompts and the correct
5 is the English test? form of the verb to be as in the example.
Its on Monday. What / your mum / name?
6 is your mum? Shes 36. Whats your mums name?
Her names Simona.
11 Give answers to the questions in 1 What / your dad / job?
exercise 10.
2 How old / your mum and dad?
3 your dad / American?
4 When / your birthday?
5 Where / your cousins?
6 Who / your favourite actor?

38 fthirty-eight
Giving personal information
Functions
2
1 Read the dialogue and complete the table with information about
Amanda. Listen and repeat.
Mrs Jones Just a few questions, Amanda. Whats your surname?
Amanda Its Tucker. Thats T-U-C-K-E-R.
Mrs Jones And how old are you?
Amanda Im 13.
Mrs Jones Whens your birthday?
Amanda Its on the 2nd of June.
Mrs Jones Whats your mobile phone number?
Amanda Its 07700 900717.
Mrs Jones Which class are you in?
Amanda Im in class 8BX.
Mrs Jones Whos your teacher?
Amanda Its Miss Taylor.
Mrs Jones OK, thanks, Amanda.

Name Amanda Tom My partner:


1
Surname 1 1

2 2
Age 2

3 3
Birthday 3

4
Phone no. 4 4

5 5
Class 5

6
Teacher 6 6

Key expressions
COMPETENCES
Whats your name / surname? Whats your phone number?
cultural awareness and expression
civic and social competences How old are you? Which class are you in?
initiative Whens your birthday? Whos your teacher?

Pronunciation
Wh- words
2 Listen and repeat.
Who?What?When?Where?Which?

3 Listen and complete the table in exercise 1 with information


about Tom.

4 PAIRWORK Interview your partner and complete the table in


exercise 1 with information about him or her.
A Whats your name? B My names Stefania.

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2 Skills and culture
Famous Brothers and Sisters
THE BROWNLEE BROTHERS
Who are Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee?
Theyre British triathlon world champions
and theyre also Olympic medallists
Alistair has a gold medal and Jonathan
5 has a bronze medal from the 2012 Olympic
Games in London. In the triathlon there Im 1
are three sports: swimming, cycling and Brownlee. Im from
running. Yorkshire in the
Alistair and Jonathan are from a sports- north of England.
10 mad family! Their parents are doctors
and theyre passionate about sport,
too. Alistair and Jonathans little
brother, Edward, isnt a triathlete.
His sports are rugby and waterpolo.
15 Whos their inspiration? Its their
uncle Simon. Hes a triathlete, too.
Alistair and Jonathan are
brothers and best friends but in
triathlon competitions theyre Im 2
20 serious rivals! Brownlee, but my
friends call me Jonny.
Im Alistairs brother.
Im 3
Middleton.
Im Kates sister. THE MIDDLETON SISTERS
Who are Kate and Pippa Middleton?
Kate is from an ordinary family but she is famous now because she
is married to a member of the British royal family. Shes Prince
Williams wife. Prince William is a helicopter pilot. His father
25 is Prince Charles and his grandmother is Queen Elizabeth II.
Williams brother is Prince Harry. William and Kates children
Glossary are George and Charlotte.
Kates sister, Pippa, is a party planner for her
medallists: people parents company. Kate and Pippas parents
who win medals in a
competition
30 are Michael and Carole and
they are the managers of
gold: a yellow
metal the colour the company. Pippas
of medal that the passionate about her job
winner receives and her ideas for parties
married: having a 35 are often in magazines.
husband or a wife Kate and Pippas lives
party planner: arent the same now
a person who in fact, they are very
organises parties
different. But the two Im 4
company: business 40 sisters are very good
magazine: Middleton. Im from
friends. Berkshire in the south
publication
containing articles of England.
and pictures
40
40 forty
Reading
Skills and culture
2
1 Read and listen to the text. Who are the people in the pictures? Write
their names.

2 COMPREHENSION Read the text again and answer the questions.


1 Where are the Brownlee brothers from? 5 Where is Kate Middleton from?
2 What sports are in a triathlon? 6 Who is Kates husband?
Study tip 3 What are their parents jobs? 7 What is Prince Williams job?
Before listening 4 Who is Edward Brownlee? 8 What is Pippa Middletons job?
Before you listen to the
audio track:
Listening
1 read the instructions
carefully; 3 Listen to two friends talking about Luke Millers family. Write the
2 make sure you names of the family members in the spaces.
understand what you
have to do next; MegAshleyKieraStacieMattGrantHudsonNoahJennifer
3 think about what kind of
information you need to
complete the exercise.

1  2 
granddad grandma

3  4  5  6 
dad mum uncle aunt

7  8  9 
brother LUKE sister cousin
Project
Bring pictures of your Speaking
family. Make an album and
present it to your partner. 4 PAIRWORK Draw your family tree. Use the words from the Look out!
box on page 33. Then, in pairs, ask and answer questions about your
families.
A Whos Peter? B Hes my dad.

Writing
5 Now write a short presentation about each member of your family
wich includes:
COMPETENCES
1 name 3age
cultural awareness and expression 2 relationship to you 4 job / occupation
civic and social competences
learning to learn Nadia is my mum. Shes 39 and shes an office worker.
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2 Vocabulary strategies

Learning words in categories


COMPETENCES
learning to learn
logical and mathematical competence

Strategy Family
Putting words from
the same group into
1 Study the words related to family on pages 32 33 and 146 (Word
bank), and put them into categories.
categories is a great
way to review them and
remember them easily.
Think about the best way Family
to organise them, and
then create the most
appropriate chart.

Male Male and Female


granddad / grandpa / female mum
grandfather grandparents daughter
husband children niece
uncle granddaughter
nephew stepmother

Occupations
2 Study the words related to jobs on pages 35 and 147 (Word bank). Then
draw a chart grouping these words into categories in your notebook.
You may use the suggested categories or find others.

JOBS

Office Outdoor Jobs in Jobs in


jobs jobs aschool ahospital

GUESS WHAT?

GA
Prepare cards with all the jobs mentioned in exercise 2 and deal them
face down on the table.

ME
Split into two teams: Team A and Team B.
A member of Team A takes a card without showing it to anyone. This person
has 10 seconds to mime the activity shown on the card. If his or her team
guesses the answer, they get a point. Then its Team Bs turn.
The teams play until they run out of cards and the team that has more points
wins.

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UNITS
EVALUATION TEST 1-2
Vocabulary
1 Complete the sentences with the names of the 4 Write sentences using the prompts and the short
countries and nationalities. form of the verb to be.
1 Yi comes from China. Shes _____________ . 1 We / English ____________________
2 Brads from ______________ . Hes Canadian. 2 They / students ____________________
3 Jaspreets from India. Hes ______________ . 3 You / my friends ____________________
4 Ylenias from Russia. Shes ______________ . 4 I / a school student ____________________
5 Rosa is from _____________ . Shes Brazilian. 5 She / your teacher ____________________
6 Chelseas from the USA and shes ______________ . 6 Tom / my brother ____________________
7 Im British. Im from _____________ .
____/ 6
8 Theyre from South Africa. Theyre South _________.
9 Leos from ______________ . Hes Italian. 5 Complete the sentences with the correct
possessive adjectives.
10 Joss Mexican. Hes from ______________ .
1 This is Max and ______ sister, Sophie.
____/ 10
Grammar 2 We are in class 1B and ______ teachers Miss Jones.
3 They are twins and ______ mums American.
2 Write the suitable personal pronouns for the 4 That girl is my friend. ______ names Lucy.
following nouns. 5 Im Kate and ______ surnames Henton.
1 the students ________ 6 You are in class 8G and ______ classroom is here.
2 John ________ 7 Ben and Joe are brothers. Susie is _____ sister.
3 Ben and I ________ 8 You are my students. ______ names are on the list.
4 the book ________
____/ 8
5 Laura ________
6 my brothers ________ 6 Fill in the gaps with a or an.
____/ 6 1 _____ English book
2 _____ new student
3 Complete the sentences with the long form of the 3 _____ Canadian girl
verb to be. 4 _____ Italian car
1 The students ______ in the classroom. 5 _____ big school
2 My pencil case ______ on the desk. 6 _____ easy test
3 We ______ in Year 8. ____/ 6
4 London ______ in England.
5 Jack and I ______ friends.
Functions
6 The teacher ______ very nice 7 Complete the dialogue with the expressions
below.
7 I ______ at school.
8 You ______ in my class. Hi, Patrick. Whats your name?
this is my friend Im Polly
9 Jo and Jenny ______ from the USA.
10 You and I _______ students. Jake Hello.
Polly Hi.
____/ 10 Jake Im Jake. 1________________________
Polly 2
________________ Polly Marsh.
Jake  And 3_____________________ , Patrick.
Patrick Hello, Polly.
Polly 4
_______________ ____/ 4
TOTAL____/ 50

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UNITS
EVALUATION TEST 1-2
4 Complete the short answers for the questions in
exercise 3.

Vocabulary 1 Yes, ___________ .


2 No, ___________ .
1 Complete Calums family tree with the words for 3 Yes, ___________ .
the different family members.
4 No, ___________ .
Patricia Michael 5 Yes, ___________ .
1
2
6 Yes, ___________ .
7 No, ___________ .
Nicole David Linda Martin 8 No, ___________ .
____/ 8
3
4
5
6
5 Rewrite the sentences using the possessive s
and the words in brackets.
Jamie Charlotte Ethan Calum Alice
1 Its a school. (Ellie and Dan)
7
8
9
me 10
___________________________________
____/ 10 2 They are grandparents. (William)
___________________________________ ?
Grammar 3 Hes a dad. (the children)
___________________________________ ?
2 Complete the sentences with the negative short 4 Its a poster. (Penny)
form of the verb to be.
___________________________________ ?
1 My mum ___________ a teacher.
____/ 4
2 You ___________ my friend.
3 My parents ___________ at home. 6 Match the questions with the answers.
4 She ___________ Spanish. 1 Where is the park? A Its on Wednesday.
5 My uncle ___________ a pilot. 2 Whats the time B Its Oliver.
6 My grandparents ___________ in Italy. 3 How old is your sister? C Its near my house.
7 I ___________ American. 4 Whens the English test? D Its six oclock.
____/ 8
8 We ___________ in the USA 5 Which is your T-shirt? E Its the blue T-shirt.
6 Who is your brother? F Shes 8.
3 Write the questions using the prompts and the ____/ 6
verb to be.
1 it / Thursday today?
Functions
___________________________________ ? 7 Fill in the gaps to complete the questions.
2 Georgina / your sister?
1 _______________________ your teacher?
___________________________________ ?
Mr Martin.
3 you / Australian?
2 _______________________ are you in?
___________________________________ ?
Im in class 9FL.
4 he / your dad?
___________________________________ ? 3 _______________________ you? Im 12.
5 they / from Spain? 4 _______________________ number?
___________________________________ ? Its 077 9816233.
6 your cousin / a chef? 5 _______________________ surname?
___________________________________ ? Its Baker. Thats B-A-K-E-R.
7 we / in your class? 6 _______________________ your birthday?
___________________________________ ? Its on 10th February.
8 your sister / 16? ____/ 6
___________________________________ ? TOTAL____/ 50
____/ 8
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COMPETENCES
learning to learn

Reading and writing part 1


Key exam strategies
2
In Reading and writing part 1 you are given the definitions of five words.
For each of these words the first letter is given, while the missing letters
are marked with empty spaces. You have to read the definitions and
complete the words.

LETS PRACTISE!
1 Read the definitions and choose the correct answers.
0 A Greek person is from this country.
Germany / Greece
1 This person is your dads son.
your sister / your brother
2 This persons job is in a hospital.
mechanic / nurse
3 This person is your mums brother.
your aunt / your uncle
4 A British person is from this country.
The UK / The USA
5 The nationality of people from Canada.
Croatian / Canadian

2 How do you spell these words? Fill in the missing letters.


1 Countries
F N E S A N C I A
2 Nationalities
B T H P G E I I N
3 Family
D H R U C E C S N
4 Occupations
B D R T D P B R
STRATEGIES
Read the definitions 3 Read the definitions. Guess the word. The first letter is already given
and the spaces show the how many letters are missing.
carefully.
Use the first letter and the 0 Your aunts husband. unc l e
spaces to guess the word. The correct answer is uncle.
Write the word to check if
it fits in the empty spaces.
Check your spelling. 1 Your mother and father. p
2 The nationality of a person from Switzerland. S
3 London is its capital city. E
4 Adams mums job. h
5 The nationality of people from the USA. A

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3 Have you got a pet?

1 hamster 5

6 

2 

3 

7 

8 

4 

9 
46 forty-six
Look out!
The plural for mouse is mice. Pets
Vocabulary
3
Hes got three mice. 1 Write the names of the animals in the correct
place. Listen and check. Then listen again and repeat.
Fish has identical singular and plural
forms. catturtlemousegoldfishhamsterdog
My goldfish is orange. rabbitparrotguinea pigbudgiehorsetortoise
Theyve got six goldfish.
2 Fill in the missing letters to complete the words.
1 R A B B I T 7 D G
2 C T 8 P R R T
3 T R T L 9 G N P G
4 M S 10 B D G
5 G L D F S H 11 H R S
6 H M S T R 12 T R T S

3 Write the names of the animals that live in


these places.
STABLE
FISH TANK

10 

1 4 6
BASKET
BIRD CAGE
11  2 HUTCH
5
CAGE

3 REPTILE TANK 7

1 goldfish, turtle 5
2 6
3 7
4

4 Listen and guess the animals.

dog
horseparrotcat

1 dog 3
2 4

5 PAIRWORK In pairs, ask and answer questions about


12  the animals on pages 46-47, as in the example.
A Whats this? B Its a turtle.
Word
Wordbank
bankpp.
pp.XXX-XXX
148-149 forty-seven 47
3 Dialogue

DVDSTORY 03

Weve got a cat


1 READ AND LISTEN Who is Kiki?
Adam Have you got a dog? Adam Perhaps Sarahs got some photos
Ricky No, we havent. ofKiki on her phone?
Adam Have you got any pets? Ricky Yes, shes got lots of photos.
Ricky Yes, we have. Weve got a cat. Waitaminute
Her names Kiki. Ricky runs the photos on Sarahs phone.
Adam Where is she now?
Adam Those arent photos of your cat!
Ricky Shes in Italy with our grandparents.
Ricky Yes, youre right. These are photos
Adam Have you got a photo of her?
ofher boyfriend!
Ricky Yes, I have
Ricky pulls the phone out of his pocket. Listen again and repeat.

Oh, no!
Adam Whats the matter?
Everyday English
Ricky This isnt my phone its Sarahs.
Ive got Sarahs phone! Whats the matter?
Adam So, has Sarah got your phone? perhaps
Ricky Yes, she has. lots of
Wait a minute.
Youre right.
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2
Dialogue
COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again and choose the
3
correct answers.
1 Rickys dogs / cats name is Kiki.
2 Rickys got a photo of his grandparents / Kiki.
3 Kiki is in the UK / Italy.
4 Rickys got Adams / Sarahs phone.
5 Sarahs got some photos of Kiki / her boyfriend on her phone.

3 Complete the sentences.

1 you a dog?
2 you a photo
of Kiki?
3 I Sarahs phone.
4 Sarah
your phone?
5 She lots of photos.
6 are photos
of her boyfriend!
7 Sarah some photos
of her boyfriend on her phone.

4 Read the dialogue on page 48 again and choose the


correct answers. Listen, check and repeat.

Adam 1 Have you / You have got a dog?


Ricky No, we 2 arent / havent.
Adam 3 You have / Have you got any pets?
Ricky Yes, we 4 have / are. 5 Were / Weve got a cat.
Her name 6 s / s got Kiki.

Look out! 5 PAIRWORK Imagine you have one of these animals. Give it a
name. Then, in pairs, act out the dialogue in exercise 4, changing the
For male animals, use his. underlined words.
His names Tom.

For female animals, use


her.

Her names Sally.

A Have you got a dog? A Have you got any pets?


B No, we havent. B Yes, we have. Weve got a cat. His names Tom.

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3 Grammar

A Present simple of the verb Look out!


have got The contraction s can mean is or has.

Affirmative form DE
Its a hamster = It is a hamster
VI O
Shes got a hamster = She has got a hamster
Long form Short form
I have got Ive got a sister.
3 Rewrite the sentences using the long
You have got Youve got a sister. form of has got or is. Listen and check.
He has got Hes got a sister. Kennys 19. Kenny is 19.
She has got Shes got a sister. 1 Hes from San Francisco.
It has got Its got a sister. 2 Sams got a horse.
We have got Weve got a sister. 3 Its a green budgie.
4 That boys got my phone.
You have got Youve got a sister.
5 Stellas got a big family.
They have got Theyve got a sister.
6 Lisas dogs very big.
Subject + have / has got + complement 7 Bens got a tortoise in his garden.
8 Eds mums from Ireland.
We use have got to talk about:
1 possession;
B P
 resent simple of the verb
Weve got a cat. have got
2 family relationships; Negative form DE
VI O

Shes got a sister. Long form Short form


3 physical characteristics. I have not got I havent got a brother.
You have not got You havent got a brother.
Ive got brown hair.
He has not got He hasnt got a brother.
We use an apostrophe instead of the letters ha in
She has not got She hasnt got a brother.
the short form.
It has not got It hasnt got a brother.
She has got a rabbit. Shes got a rabbit.
We have not got We havent got a brother.
You have not got You havent got a brother.
1 Write sentences using the prompts and the They have not got They havent got a brother.
long form of have got or has got.
have /
Jenny / two brothers Subject + + not + got + compl.
has
Jenny has got two brothers.
1 I / new phone 5 She / a red T-shirt We add not between have and got to form the
negative of have got.
2 We / a cat 6 I / two mice
3 Dan / three dogs 7 They / four turtles They have not got a pet.
4 You / a new bike 8 My phone / camera
In the short form, have / has and not become one
word by using an apostrophe instead of the letter o.
2 Rewrite the sentences in exercise 1 using the
short form. I have not got a rabbit. I havent got a rabbit.
Jennys got two brothers.

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4 Rewrite the sentences using the negative
short form.
6
Grammar
Put the words in order to make questions.
Then complete the short answers. Listen and
3
check.
Theyve got a new car.
They havent got a new car. got / Have / they / horse / a / ?
1 Shes got a black cat. Have they got a horse? Yes, they have .
2 Amys got brown hair. 1 car / your dad / a / got / Has / big / ?
3 Theyve got two pets. Yes, .
4 Ive got a guinea pig. 2 Nick / pet / got / a / Has / ?
No, .
5 Youve got ten cousins.
3 their books / Have / the students / got / ?
6 Our classrooms got an IWB.
Yes, .
7 Hes got a skateboard.
4 boyfriend / Has / your sister / got / a / ?
8 Weve got the photos on our phones.
No, .
5 we / a / new / Have / classroom / got / ?
5 Rewrite the sentences in exercise 4 using the Yes, .
negative long form. 6 the teachers / Have / tablets / got / ?
No, .
C P
 resent simple of the verb 7 you / your sports bags / got / Have / ?
have got No, .
Interrogative form and 8 Jane / a / new phone / Has / got / ?
short answers DE
VI O No, .

Interrogative
Short answers 7 Write questions using the prompts.
form Affirmative Negative you / pet? Have you got a pet?
Have I got? Yes, you have. No, you havent. 1 you / smartphone?
your grandparents / a dog?
2
Have you got? Yes, I have. No, I havent.
3 your parents / new car?
Has he got? Yes, he has. No, he hasnt.
4 you / tablet?
Has she got? Yes, she has. No, she hasnt.
5 your best friend / a sister?
Has it got? Yes, it has. No, it hasnt. 6 your school / computer lab?
Have we got? Yes, you have. No, you havent.
Have you got? Yes, we have. No, we havent. 8 Give answers that are true for you to the
questions in exercise 7.
Have they got? Yes, they have. No, they havent.
Have you got a horse? No, I havent.
Have / Has + subject + got + complement?

Yes, have / has. Pronunciation


+ subject pronoun +
No, havent / hasnt. The consonant h

In short answers, we do not use got. We use the


9 Listen and repeat.
long form in affirmative answers and the short form hair
in negative answers. hello
Has he got a hamster?
Have you got a brother? Yes, I have got.
Harry hasnt got a hat.
Have you got a hamster? No, I havent got.

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3 D D
Grammar

 emonstrative adjectives and


Round-up
1 Complete the conversation with the correct
form of have got.
pronouns ken04
So, what about your family?
This, that, these, those DE
VI O Have you got any brothers or sisters?
Demonstrative adjectives and pronouns are used jax12
Yes, I 1 . Ive got
to refer to people or things that are near you or far
abig brother and a little sister.
from you. ken04
I2 one sister.
Singular Plural jax12
3
(you) any pets?
Near ken04
Yes, we 4 .
We 5 a dog and a cat.
jax12
Lucky you! We 6 (not) a dog
or a cat, but we 7 two pets.
This cat is white. These pens are new. ken04
What pets have you got?
This is my cat. These are my pens. jax12
Far I8 a hamster and my sister
9
a guinea pig.
ken04
Whats your favourite possession?
jax12
Its my new bike! Its really cool.
ken04
That bike is red. Those horses are I 10 (not) a bike.
That is your bike. brown. jax12
Those are my horses. Have you got a skateboard?
ken04
No, I 11 . My favourite things
10 Complete the sentences with this, that, music. I 12 an electric guitar.
jax12
these or those. Cool!
ken04
My friends 13 guitars, too,
and were in a rock band!

2 GROUPWORK Ask four classmates if they


have got these things. Complete the table
with their answers.
This is my bike. 1 are my
parents. Name Brothers and Pet? Bike? Watch?
sisters?
Laura one brother

2 are my 3 is my
friends! dog!
A Have you got any brothers or sisters?
B Yes, Ive got a brother.

3 Write sentences about what your classmates


have got.
Lauras got a brother. Shes got a pet
4 phone 5 boys are andabike but she hasnt got a watch.
ismy brothers. my cousins.

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Describing people
Functions
3

LINDA KAREN JAKE ALEX NICOLE TYLER


(1.80 m) (1.60 m) (1.30 m) (1.90 m) (1.30 m) (1.80 m)

1 Read the dialogue and look at the pictures. What is Anns mothers name?
What is Anns brothers name?
Sam Is that your brother? Ann Hes got brown eyes.
Ann No, it isnt. This is my brother. Sam Is that your mum?
Hes got brown hair. Ann No, it isnt. This is my mum.
Sam Is he tall? Shesgot black hair.
Ann No, he isnt. Hes quite short. Sam Is she tall?
Sam What colour eyes has he got? Ann Yes, she is. Shes very tall and slim.

Key expressions

Hes / Shes tall / short / slim. Hes / Shes got brown / black /
Hes / Shes (very / quite) tall. blonde / grey hair.
He / She isnt very tall / very slim. What colour eyes has he / she got?
COMPETENCES
Hes / Shes got brown / blue / green eyes.
cultural awareness and expression
civic and social competences
initiative 2 Listen to the descriptions of Joes brother and sister and fill in
the missing information. Then look at the pictures above and guess
who they are.
Name Tall Short Slim Hair colour Eye colour
Joes brother
Joes sister

3 PAIRWORK Student A: choose a person from exercise 1 without saying


his or her name. Student B: ask questions to Student A and try to guess
the person.
B Is it a boy or a girl? A No, he hasnt.
A Its a boy. B What colour eyes has he got?
B Is he tall? A Green.
A Yes, he is. B Its Alex.
B Has he got brown hair? A Yes, thats right.

Repeat the exercise choosing a classmate.

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3 Skills and culture

My
Pet
My family has got a farm in the north of England. I havent
1  got a pet like a hamster or a budgie but weve got lots
of animals! What animals have we got on our farm?
Weve got cows and sheep and weve also got ducks and
5 chickens. Jock and Shep are two very important animals
on our farm. Theyre our sheepdogs. Theyre black and
white and theyre very intelligent. At the moment, this
lamb is my pet because she hasnt got a mother!
Shes only one week old! Kirsty, 13

2 

3  4 
Reading
1 Read and listen to the text. Write the name of the owner of each
Glossary animal.

unusual: not ordinary 2 COMPREHENSION Read the texts again. Are the sentences true (T) or
glass tank: a glass false (F)? Correct the false ones.
container where you
usually keep fish T F
mad: crazy 1 Kirstys farm is in Scotland.
puppy: a young dog 2 Kirstys got a hamster and a budgie.
3 Jacksons got three pets.
4 Dracos got green spots.
5 Freda is a black puppy.
6 Maddie hasnt got a pet.

Listening
COMPETENCES
3 WORD BANK Listen and match the people with their favourite
cultural awareness and expression possessions.
initiative
logical and mathematical competence
1 Rose 3 Josh Abag Cguitar
learning to learn 2 Liam 4 Harriet Bwatch Dcamera

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Skills and culture
Im mad about animals! In fact, were all mad about
3
animals in my family. Weve got two dogs: Tash is
a big black dog but shes very friendly. Dylan is a
black puppy. My mums got a cat called Freda. 25
Shes brown and black and shes quite old now.
My sister Maddie has got two pet rabbits. 5

Theyre white and theyre very cute.


What pet have I got? Fish! Ive got an
10 Im from Birmingham its a big aquarium with lots of tropical fish 30
city in the centre of England. Weve in it. My favourite fish are small
got a flat in the city centre. Its nice but and blue and theyre very 10
it isnt a good place for a pet like a dog fast. Nathan, 13
or a cat. Ive got the perfect pet for a flat
15 but its quite unusual. Whats my pet? Ive got
a gecko. His names Draco and hes a leopard
gecko. Hes brown with black spots and hes about
20 centimetres long. His home is a glass tank.
Hes very active at night and insects are his
20 favourite food. Geckos are interesting
pets! Jackson, 13

Speaking
4 CLASS SURVEY Which is your classmates favourite possession?
Name Interview them and collect their answers. Then count the answers and
Favourite create a table of results (there is a model given on the left). Finally,
possession create a diagram to show the results.
Luca smartphone A Whats your favourite possession?
B My favourite possession is mysmartphone. Its cool!

Favourite
possession
No. of Writing
students
smartphone 8 5 Complete the text with the information from the table.
games console 7
bike My favourite things Description
5
skateboard 3 tablet new, cool; black and silver
bag schoolbag; big, red and black; quite old
bike mountain bike; blue and yellow; very fast
Study tip Ive got three favourite things. Ive got a tablet. Its new and its really cool.
Making notes Its black and silver. Its a present from my mum and dad. Ive got a cool bag.
Before you start writing, Its my schoolbag. Its . Ive got a new
gather your ideas and bike. Its  .
make notes in a table.
Now make your own table and write a short text about three of your
favourite possessions.
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3 Vocabulary strategies

Creating a picture dictionary


COMPETENCES
learning to learn
social and civic competences

Strategy Animals
A picture dictionary is a 1 Put the animals in the correct category.
great way to learn new
words. For large groups budgiechickencowcrocodiledolphinduck
of words, like animals, goldfishmonkeyparrotpigsharksnake
start by thinking of
subcategories to divide
them into (see Unit 2, Mammals Reptiles Birds Fish
page 42). budgie

Project 2 Now create an animal picture dictionary. Look at the model. For each
category in exercise 1, draw the animals or look for pictures. Then write
Answer the following
the name of each animal.
questions:
Have you got a pet? DICTIONARY DICTIONARY
Whats its name?

B
Which is your favourite

D
animal?
Which animal do budgie
you think is the most
intelligent?
Which animal do you
think is the most loyal?
Which animals do
you think are: playful,

P
dangerous, clever, noisy?
In pairs, list the advantages
and the disadvantages
of keeping pets, giving
reasons.

C
Make a poster with the title
. the Best Pet.
Present the advantages and
disadvantages of having
this pet, and try to convince
your classmates that your
pet is the best.
Personal possessions
3 Now create a possessions picture dictionary (see Word bank,
page 149).

ALPHABET RACE!

GA
The first player says the name of an animal which starts with the
letter A. The second player says the name of an animal which starts with

ME
the letter B, and so on. The player who cannot say any name is out of the
game.
The winner of the game is the last player who remains in the competition.
Change the word category and start again.

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COMPETENCES
learning to learn

Listening part 2
Key exam strategies
3
In Listening part 2 you are given five questions. On the left, you have a list of five people, and on
the right, a list of eight options. You listen to a short dialogue twice. While you listen, try to identify
the most important information and match each person with one option.

LETS PRACTISE! STRATEGIES


Before you listen
1 Lily is answering a questionnaire. Listen
to the dialogue and tick () all the answers Read the instructions.
you hear. Read the words from the exercise. In this
1 dog way, the words that you hear will not be
2 hamster completely new to you.
3 budgie
While you listen
4 skateboard
5 guitar
Listen carefully and study the words.
6 tablet
Dont choose a word just because you
recognise it. Remember that you have to
7 scarf
understand the context in which it is used.
8 earrings For example:
Ive got a smartphone.
2 Listen again and tick () only the objects I havent got a smartphone.
that belong to Lily. The first time you listen, concentrate and
match each person with one option.
1 dog
The second time you listen, check
2 hamster
the answers.
3 budgie
4 skateboard
5 guitar
6 tablet 4 Listen to the dialogue between Eddie and
7 scarf Nadine. Match the objects and the animals
with their owners.
8 earrings
People Possessions
3 Listen to the dialogue between Sam and 1 Jamie A dog
his friend then match the objects with their 2 Lola B rollerblades
owners. 3 Matthew C turtles
1 Sam A laptop 4 Katy D guitar
2 brother B tablet 5 Brandon E laptop
3 sister C games console F parrot
4 Mum D watch G wristbands
5 Dad E bike H sunglasses

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4 Theres a huge garden

A attic

B upstairs
1 bathroom
2 

C stairs

3 
4 
5 

6 

D downstairs

7  E basement
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Look out!
house = the building itself Rooms in a house
Vocabulary
4
home = the place where you live
1 Put the names of the rooms in the correct place.
Listen and check. Then listen again and repeat.

garagestudydining roomgardenbedroom
hallkitchenbathroom living room

2 Write the rooms in exercise 1 under the correct


heading.
8 
Downstairs Upstairs Outside
kitchen

3 Listen and label Camilla and Maxs apartments.

Flat A Flat B Flat C



9 
4 PAIRWORK Student A: describe one of
the apartments in exercise 3. Student B: guess
the apartment.
A Its got two bathrooms.
B Is it Flat C?

Now describe your house or apartment.


My house has got two bedrooms and one bathroom
upstairs. Downstairs, its got a living room,
but it hasnt got a study

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4 Dialogue

DVDSTORY 04

Whats your flat like?


1 READ AND LISTEN Where is Sarahs laptop?
Jazmin Wow! Your house is really big! Sarah There arent any clothes in the
Sarah Yes, it is. And its got a huge garden, wardrobe! Rickys so untidy!
aswell! Jazmin Too right!
Jazmin Have you got a big house in Italy, too? Sarah This is my bedroom. Now, wheres
Sarah No, we havent. Weve got a flat. mylaptop?
Jazmin Whats your flat like? Jazmin Theres a laptop under those T-shirts
Sarah Its quite big. There are three bedrooms, on that chair
a big living room and a kitchen. Ricky appears.
Jazmin Is there a balcony?
Ricky See! Im not the only untidy person
Sarah Yes, theres a big balcony, but there inthis family!
isnt a garden.
Jazmin Oh, thats a shame Are there Listen again and repeat.
anyparks near your flat?
Sarah Yes, there are. Theres a lovely park
opposite our flat. Everyday English
Jazmin Is that your bedroom? as well
Sarah No, it isnt. Thats Rickys room. quite
Jazmin Look! There are some computer games Thats a shame!
under the bed! And all his clothes are lovely
on the floor. clothes
untidy
Too right!
60 sixty See!
2
Dialogue
COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again and match the two halves
4
of the sentences.
1 Jazmin is A near Sarahs flat.
2 Sarahs house has got B on her desk.
3 In Italy, Sarahs family have got C very untidy.
4 Theres a park D at Sarahs house.
5 Rickys room is E a flat.
6 Sarahs laptop isnt F a big garden.

3 Choose the correct answers.

1 You have got / Have you got a big house?


2 There are / Are there any parks
nearyour flat?
3 Theres / There are a lovely park
near the flat.
4 There are any / some computer games
under Rickys bed.
5 There isnt / There arent any clothes
in the wardrobe.
6 Theres / There are a laptop on the chair.

4 Fill in the gaps with information from the dialogue on page 60,
using the words in the box. Listen, check and repeat.

WhatsthereItsThere aresIs there

Jazmin 1 your flat like?


Sarah  2
quite big. 3 three bedrooms,
a big living room and a kitchen.
Jazmin 4 a balcony?
Sarah Yes, there 5
a big balcony, but 6
isnt agarden.

5 PAIRWORK Talk to your partner about his or her house or apartment.


Use the dialogue in exercise 4 as a model.
A Whats your house like?
B Its very big. There are four bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living
room andabig kitchen.
A Is there an attic?
B Yes, there is, but there isnt a basement.

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4 Grammar

A There is / There are B There isnt / There arent


Affirmative form DE
VI O
Negative form DE
VI O

Singular There is (Theres) a garden. Singular There isnt a study.


Plural There are two bathrooms. Plural There arent two bathrooms.
There arent any CDs in the study.
there is there are

There are has no short form. 4 Choose the correct answers. Listen
For a list of words, we use there is if the first word is and check.
singular. There isnt / arent a sofa in the living room.
There is a table and four chairs. 1 There isnt / arent any DVDs under the bed.
2 There isnt / arent a TV in my bedroom.
3 There isnt / arent any people in the shop.
1 Complete the sentences with there is or 4 There isnt / arent any photos on my phone.
there are. Use the short form where possible. 5 There isnt / arent a study in my house.
There are two bedrooms in my flat. 6 There isnt / arent any posters in our
classroom.
1 a basement in my house.
7 There isnt / arent a car in the garage.
2 a park near my school.
8 There isnt / arent three bedrooms in my flat.
3 twenty-five students
9 There isnt / arent a radio in the kitchen.
in my class.
10 There isnt / arent any sofas in the living
4 a computer in our classroom.
room.
5 four people in my family.
6 a big kitchen and a study.
7 a book in my bag.
5 Rewrite the sentences in exercise 1 using the
negative form.
8 twenty classrooms
in my school.
There arent two bedrooms in my flat.

6 Write the affirmative or negative form of


Pronunciation there is / there are to make true sentences
The sound // about yourself.
1 an interactive whiteboard
2 Listen and repeat.
in my classroom.
living room attickitchen 2 a big kitchen in my house.
3 four people in my family.
3 Listen and underline the sound //. Pay 4 a park near my school.
attention: not all the words contain this
sound. Listen and check. 5 twenty-four students in my class.
6 a mobile phone in my schoolbag.
fishguinea pigbird
7 a cinema near my house.
chickenlionsister
bikenicesix 8 three posters in my bedroom.
9 a study in my house.
10 two bathrooms
in my grandparents house.

62 sixty-two
C Is there ? / Are there ?
9
Grammar
Complete the sentences with there,
theyre or their.
4
Interrogative form and There are 200 students in our school.
short answers DE
VI O
1 Who are Sam and Ian? my best
Interrogative form friends.
Singular Is there a chair? 2 Here are Rosie and Joe with
dog.
Plural Are there any chairs?
3 Youve got some new sunglasses!
cool!
Short answers
4 are two new students in our
Affirmative Negative class.
Singular Yes, there is. No, there isnt. 5 names are Angela and John.
Plural Yes, there are. No, there arent. 6 Where are your headphones?
inmy bag.
We do not use the short form in affirmative answers. 7 Luis and Ana are from Spain.
mums a doctor.
7 Put the words in order to make sentences. 8 Are any good films at the
cinema this week?
your / Is / desk / a / in / there / bedroom / ?
Is there a desk in your bedroom?
1 house / there / near / Is / caf / your / a / ? D Some / any DE
VI O
2 any computers / in / there / classroom /
your / Are / ? Singular Plural
3 in / bedroom / Is / your / there / a / TV / ? + Theres a chair. There are somechairs.
4 there / on / Are / your / any games / phone / ? There isnt achair. There arent anychairs.
5 in / there / any photos / your / Are / living
room / ? ? Is there a chair? Are there anychairs?
6 internet caf / there / your / an / in / Is / town/ ?
7 school / Is / your / a / park / near / there / ? Ive got some photos.
8 pencil case / Are / any felt tips / in / your / There arent any ice creams.
there / ? Are there any pencils?

8 Give answers that are true for you to the 10 Choose the correct answers.
questions in exercise 7. Use short answers.
Is there a desk in your bedroom? Yes, there is. Are there some / any sandwiches for me?
1 Are there some / any French teachers
atyour school?
2 There are some / any cats in our garden.
Look out! 3 There arent some / any interesting
There, theyre and their are pronounced in programmes on TV.
the same way. 4 Have you got some / any brothers or sisters?
Theres a red sofa. 5 Hes got some / any beautiful goldfish.
Theyre (They are) new students. 6 Are there some / any parks in your town?
Their house is very nice. 7 There are some / any new DVDs near the TV.
8 There arent some / any chairs in our
classroom!

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4 Grammar

E Prepositions of place DE
1
Round-up

WORD BANK Read Daisys email and


VI O choose the correct answers.

Hi Jodie
This a photo of our new house!
in on under Downstairs, there is / are a hall, a kitchen and abig living
room. Its my favourite room. There are two sofas but there
arent 1 some / any armchairs. There are 2 some / any photos
on the walls and theres 3 a / some lovely rug on the floor. In
the kitchen, there 4 is / are a table and four chairs and also
the fridge, cooker and washing machine. Upstairs,
5
their / there are four bedrooms and amodern bathroom.
next to near between
My desk in my bedroom is 6 in / under the window and my
bed is 7 opposite / in front of the door. Theres a chest of
drawers 8 next to/ between the wardrobe. Are there
9
some / any posters on the wall? Of course there 10 is / are!
There are two posters of horses 11 between / under my
bed and the wardrobe. There 12 are / arent any books in the
behind opposite in front of bookcase at the moment. 13 Theyre / There are in a box
14
behind / on the floor!
Love, Daisy
11 Look at the picture and complete with
the correct preposition. Listen and check.

2 PAIRWORK Write questions about your


partners apartment. Then take turns to
ask and answer the questions.
a balcony / your flat?
A Is there a balcony in your flat?
B No, there isnt.
1 washing machine / kitchen?
The window is near the IWB.
2 TV / your bedroom?
1 The teacher is the desk. 3 posters / your bedroom?
2 The bin is the teachers desk. 4 lamps / living room?
3 The board is the IWB. 5 shower / bathroom?
4 The clock is the window. 6 study / your flat?
5 The poster is the board and
thedoor. 3 Now describe your partners apartment
6 The teachers chair is the desk. to your classmates.
7 The speakers are the wall. There isnt a balcony in Danielas flat. Theres
8 The teacher is the classroom. a new washing machine in the kitchen

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Describing your bedroom
Functions
4

1  2 

1 Read and listen to the dialogue. Then write Alice/Ruby under the
correct picture. Listen again and repeat.
Alice Have you got your own Ruby Yes, there are two desks and two
bedroom? chairs. Whats your bedroom like?
Ruby No, I havent. Im in a Alice It isnt very big but its very
room with my sister. comfortable.
Alice Whats it like? Ruby What colour are the walls?
Ruby Its quite big. There Alice Theyre green its my favourite
aretwo beds and colour.
theres a wardrobe Ruby Are there any posters on the
andabookcase. walls?
Alice Is there a desk? Alice Yes, there are some film posters.

COMPETENCES Key expressions

cultural awareness and expression Questions Answers


civic and social competences
initiative Have you got your own bedroom? Yes, I have. / No, I havent.
Whats it like? Its quite big / small / comfortable.
What colour is the desk / wardrobe? Its white / blue / brown.
What colour are the walls / curtains? Theyre green / yellow / white.
Is there a desk / bookcase? Yes, there is. / No, there isnt.
Are there any posters / chairs? Yes, there are. / No, there arent.

2 Listen to Ethans description and choose the correct answers.


1 Ethans bedroom is quite small / big.
2 His bed is next to / opposite the window.
3 Hes got a chest of drawers / wardrobe.
4 His door and windows are white / green.

3 PAIRWORK In pairs, ask and answer questions about your own rooms.
Use the phrases in the Key expressions box.

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4 Skills and culture
Imogen
1

Whats my favourite place at home? My bedroom, of


course, but it isnt an ordinary bedroom its in the
attic! Its under the roof, so the ceiling is very low
near the walls and high in the centre. There isnt a
5
door and there are some special stairs up to the attic.
Ive got lots of bright colours in my room green and
pink walls, green and white rugs and a bedcover with
orange and blue flowers on it! My bed is in the corner
near the window. There isnt a wardrobe but theres
10
a big desk and a chair. Myattic bedroom is new and

e
its brilliant!

Ho m my special place
Caleb and Lois
Our special space is the rec room. A rec room
is a recreation room, so its a room for our free
time. Theyre very common in American houses.
15
Its in the basement so there are lots of lights.
Its one big, open space, but there are different
zones: theres a food zone with a fridge, a
microwave, a table and some chairs. Theres also
a movie zone with a comfortable sofa, a big rug
20
and some floor cushions in front of a TV with an
enormous screen. Weve got a popcorn machine,
too! Then theres the games zone with a big
billiard table. Our rec rooms great for parties!

2 Glossary
low: not far from the
ground
high: far from the
Jacob ground
My special place isnt a room inside my house its lawn: an area of short
25 grass in a garden
the garden outside! The garden behind our house
is very big. Theres a patio in front of the living- hammock: a bed
room windows. Theres a table and some chairs on made of material that
you hang between
the patio and theres also a barbecue my dads a
two poles or trees
brilliant barbecue chef. Theres a lawn in front of the
30 shed: a small wooden
patio and lots of flowers no football games near my building for storing
mums flowers! There are some trees in the garden. things in a garden
Thats where Ive got a hammock, between two trees.
Theres also a shed behind the garage. There are some
garden things in it but theres also a rug and some
35
cushions. It isnt near the house so its a good place
for me and my friends! Its cool!

3
3
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Reading
Skills and culture
4
1 Read the text. Match the pictures with the places.
A gardenB bedroomC rec room

2 COMPREHENSION Read the text again and answer the questions.


1 Wheres Imogens bedroom? 4 Whats in the movie zone?
2 What colour is her room? 5 Wheres the barbecue at Jacobs house?
3 Where is Caleb and Loiss rec room? 6 What is there in the shed?

Listening
3 Listen to the descriptions and match the rooms with the owners.
1 Joseph 3 Erin Aattic C kitchen
2 Conor B living room

Study tip Speaking


Preparing questions 4 Ask questions to your partner and find out what his or her favourite
Before you start: place is.
1 study the prompts; inside / outside? sofa / bed / table / desk?
2 prepare the questions big / small / modern / old / comfortable? chairs / curtains / cushions?
and remember to use
the interrogative form A Is it inside? A Is it big?
and the words that you
want to use; B No, it isnt. B No, it isnt very big.
3 when doing the exercise,
adapt your questions to Writing
your partners answers.
5 Look at the picture and complete the email.
tablesinkcupboardschairswindows

My favourite room is the kitchen. Its quite


bigand its comfortable. Thereare three
1
and two doors. The cooker is
2
nextto the . Theres a big
3
in the centre with six
4
. There are some 5
opposite the windows. Whats your favourite
room? Whats it like?

COMPETENCES
Now draw your favourite room. Show the position of the door(s),
cultural awareness and expression window(s) and furniture. Then describe it, using this email as a model.
civic and social competences
learning to learn My favourite room is the Its There is / are

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4 Vocabulary strategies

Using spidergrams
COMPETENCES
learning to learn
logical and mathematical competence

Strategy House and furniture


Spidergrams are very 1 Study the words on pages 58 59 and 150 151 (Word bank). Complete
useful when you want to the spidergram with the names of the rooms and objects.
collect and remember
words in a visual manner.
When you start a new Kitchen
topic, try to think about Cooker
the words related to
it that you already Study Dining room
know. You can also use desk
spidergrams to revise
the already studied new
words.

Rooms and
furniture

Bathroom
bath

2 Now make a spidergram with the names of the animals in Unit 3.


Think of categories that can be remembered easily.

MIRROR DRAWINGS

GA
Draw your furniture on map A, without showing your drawing to the other
players.

ME
In turns, ask questions to find out where your opponents furniture is.
Use map B to draw your opponents furniture.
When you finish, compare the drawings. You get one point if you guess the
furniture and another point if you guess its position.
The player with the most points wins.

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UNITS
EVALUATION TEST 3-4
Vocabulary
1 Look at the pictures and write the names of the 4 Write the sentences in the interrogative using the
animals. prompts and the verb have got. Then give short
answers.
1 m _______
2 p ________ 1 she / a bike __________________________ ?
1 2 3
3 b _______ Yes, _______________ .
4 d _______ 2 I / a new tablet ______________________ ?
5 h ________ 6 No, _______________ .
4 5 3 we / a horse _________________________ ?
6 f ________
7 c ________ Yes, _______________ .
9
8 r _______ 4 they / a lot of homework _______________ ?
8
9 g _______ Yes, _______________ .
10 t ________ 7 10
5 Anya / a pet _________________________ ?
No, _______________ .
____/ 10 6 you / a mobile phone __________________ ?
Grammar No, _______________ .
____/ 12
2 Complete the sentences with has got or have got. 5 Look at the pictures and write sentences with this,
1 Emma _______________ two cats. that, these, those and the words cat, dog, cows, horses.
2 My grandparents _______________ a dog. 3
3 We _______________ a new games console.
4 My friends _______________ rollerblades. 1
5 I _______________ a watch.
6 You _______________ some goldfish. 4
7 My phone _______________ a camera.
8 My dad _______________ a blue car. 2
____/ 8
Functions ____/ 4
3 Rewrite the sentences in the negative form. 6 Complete the dialogue with the expressions
1 Ive got a brother. below.
2 Shes got a dog.
3 Theyve got bikes. this is green eyes black hair is that
4 Weve got a pet. he isnt
Amy 1 has he got your
_____________ quite short
dad? is he
5 My phones got a camera. Tom No, it isnt. 2_____________ my dad.
6 The children have got rollerblades. Hes got 3_____________ .
7 Tim has got a smartphone. Amy 4_____________ tall?
Tom No, 5___________ . Hes 6___________ .
8 Youve got your English book.
Amy What colour eyes 7_____________ ?
____/ 8 Tom Hes got 8_____________ .

____/ 8
TOTAL____/ 50

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UNITS
EVALUATION TEST 3-4
4 They, their or there? Complete the missing letters.
1 The____ are my friends.
Vocabulary 2 The____ new flat is very nice.
3 The____ is a red rug in the hall.
1 Look at the picture and write the name of each 4 The____ are a lot of cupboards in the kitchen.
room of the house.
5 My friends arent here. The____ are in the garden.
1 _______ 2 _______ 3 _______ 6 The____ house is near the park.
____/ 6
5 Complete the sentences with some or any.
1 Are there __________ chairs in the hall?
2 There are _________ nice photos in the room.
3 There arent ________ books in the bookcase.
4 Are there __________ rugs?
5 We havent got __________ armchairs.
6 There are __________ blue curtains.
____/ 6
6 Look at the pictures and write the correct
4 _______ 5 _______ 6 _______ preposition of place to say where the cat is in
relation to the wool: in, on, under, next to, between,
____/ 6 behind, opposite, in front of.
Grammar
2 Complete the sentences with the affirmative (+) or
negative () form of there is / there are. 1 2

1 (+) ______________ a sofa in the living room.


2 (+) ______________ four chairs in the kitchen.
3 () ______________ a garage.
3 4
4 () ______________ any stairs in a bungalow. 5
5 () ______________ a balcony at my house. ____/ 6
6 (+) ______________ a big garden.
6 7 8
____/ 8
3 Complete the questions with the interrogative
form of there is / there are. Then give short answers.
1 _______________ two bedrooms in your flat? Functions
(+) _______________________ . 7 Complete the questions and answers with suitable
2 _______________ a toilet downstairs? words / phrases.
() _______________________ .
1 ________________ a desk in your room?
3 ______________ any windows in the attic?
() _______________________ . No, ________________ .
4 _______________ a garage? 2 Have you got ______________ room?
(+) _______________________ . Yes, ______________ . My sisters got her own
5 _______________ an attic? room, too.
() _______________________ . 3 ______________________ are the walls?
6 _____________ any lamps in the living room? ________________ yellow. ____/ 6
(+) _______________________ . ____/ 12 TOTAL____/ 50
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COMPETENCES
learning to learn

Reading and writing part 2


Key exam strategies
4
In Reading and writing part 2 you are given a short article from a magazine or newspaper. You have
to mark the sentences about the article as true (A), false (B) or not mentioned (C).

LETS PRACTISE! 2 Read the text about a holiday house. Are


these sentences true (A) or false (F)? If there
1 Read the texts and say if the sentences isnt enough information given, choose
are true (A), false (B) or not mentioned (C). option C (Doesnt say).

1 Auntie Debbie has got a modern flat in the Our holiday home
city centre. There are four rooms: a bedroom, Our holiday house isnt very big but its perfect
a bathroom, a living room and a very small for our holidays! Its got a nice garden but it
kitchen. Theres also a small balcony. hasnt got a garage. Theres a table and some
chairs in the garden. Downstairs there are two
rooms: a kitchen and a living room. Thereare
Auntie Debbies flat is quite old. two big windows in the kitchen. Theres a
A This is true. (Right) cooker and a fridge. There are some cupboards
B This is false. (Wrong) and a table and four chairs. There isnt a door
C I dont know. (It doesnt say in the text) between the kitchen and the living room. Inthe
living room, theres a big sofa but there isnt a
television! Upstairs, there are two bedrooms
anda bathroom with a shower and a toilet.
2 The furniture in the flat is very modern, too. Ivegot a bedroom with my sister. Our room is
The walls and floors are all white. The furniture quite small. There are two beds and a wardrobe
in the living room is black. The kitchen in it. The other bedroom is for my parents. This is
is grey and white. Auntie Debbies bedroom my favourite house!
islight blue.
0 The house is very big.
A Right B Wrong C Doesnt say
The bathroom has got a white bath and sink.
A This is true. (Right) 1 Theres a garden.
B This is false. (Wrong) A Right B Wrong C Doesnt say
C I dont know. (It doesnt say in the text) 2 Theres a small bathroom downstairs.
A Right B Wrong C Doesnt say
STRATEGIES 3 The cupboards in the kitchen are blue.
Read the text in exercise 2 carefully A Right B Wrong C Doesnt say
and study the example. Make sure you 4 There arent any chairs in the kitchen.
understand why option B is the correct A Right B Wrong C Doesnt say
answer. 5 The family have got a television in their
Read the seven sentences carefully. Search holiday house.
for the exact parts of in the text to which A Right B Wrong C Doesnt say
these sentences refer. Read them again. 6 The bathroom is between the two bedrooms.
Read the sentence and choose the option A Right B Wrong C Doesnt say
that you think is the most suitable in each
7 There isnt a lot of furniture in the bedroom.
case: A, B or C.
A Right B Wrong C Doesnt say

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5 I usually get up early

1 I get up . 2 I .

7 I .

6 I . 8 I .

Daily routines
1 Match the activities with the pictures. Look out!
Listen and check. Then listen again and repeat.
We use have with the meals of the day.
do my homework start school have dinner have breakfast / lunch / dinner
get home go to bed have lunch get up We do not use the before the meals of
leave the house finish school have breakfast the day.
I have the lunch at school.
2 Match the verbs (16) with the nouns (AF).
1 D start / finish 3 go 5 have A breakfast C the house E my homework
2 get 4 do 6 leave B up Dschool F to bed

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Vocabulary
5

4 I .

3 I . 5 I .

9 I . 10 I .

3 What are these people doing? Listen to the dialogues and choose the correct answers.
1 A leave the house B have lunch
2 A go to bed B get up
3 A do my homework B have lunch
4 A go to bed B get up
5 A start school B get home

4 PAIRWORK Look at the clocks in exercise 1 and tell the time, as in the example.
1 Its seven fifteen. / Its quarter past seven.

Then, tell your partner what time you usually do the activities in exercise 1.
I get up at seven oclock.

Word bank pp. 152-153 seventy-three 73


5 Dialogue

DVDSTORY 05

I usually play computer games


1 READ AND LISTEN Where are the children going?
Adam Im really tired. This is too early for me! Ricky Then what?
Ricky Early? This is late! Its half past eight! Adam I usually play computer games.
Sarah You see, in Italy we usually get up at half Ricky Cool! But what about your homework?
past six and we leave the house at half Adam I do my homework in the evening,
past seven. afterdinner.
Ricky Yes, we start school at eight in Italy. Chloe Rubbish! Adam usually does his
Adam Eight! Wow! Thats so early! Our first homework on the bus!
lesson begins at quarter to nine. Adam Thats not true! OK, well, maybe
Andtoday its maths! Isometimes do it on the bus
Sarah But in Italy we usually finish school
atone oclock. Listen again and repeat.
Ricky Thats right. We have lunch at home.
Chloe So youre free in the afternoon?
Youresolucky!
Everyday English
Sarah Yes, but we always have lots
ofhomework in the afternoon. You see
Adam We finish school at twenty past three. Thats right.
So we get home at about four. Rubbish!
Thats not true!

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2
Dialogue
COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again and complete the
5
sentences with the names of the children (Adam, Chloe, Ricky and Sarah).
1 is tired today.
2 and s first lesson begins at 8:45.
3 In Italy and only go to school in the morning.
4 In Italy and have lunch at home.
5 plays computer games in the afternoon.
6 sometimes does his homework on the bus.

3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

doesleavedohavebeginsusually

1 I get up at half past six.


2 We usually the house
at half past seven.
3 Our first lesson at 8:45.
4 We always lots of homework.
5 I usually my homework after dinner.
6 Adam usually his homework
on the bus!

4 Fill in the gaps with information from the dialogue on page 74.
Listen, check and repeat.

Adam We 1 school 2 twenty past three.


So we 3
home 4 about four.
Ricky Then what?
Adam I 5 play computer games.
Ricky Cool! But what about your homework?
Adam I 6 my homework 7 the evening,
afterdinner.

5 PAIRWORK In pairs, act out the dialogue in exercise 4 changing the


words in bold. Use the phrases given below.

After school Homework


have lunch in the afternoon
play football / volleyball after school
watch television before dinner
go to my friends house at lunchtime

A We finish school at ten past one. So we get home at about two.


B Then what?
A I usually watch television.
B Cool! But what about your homework?
A I do my homework in the afternoon.

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5 Grammar

A Present simple B Present simple


Affirmative form DE
VI O
Spelling rules DE
VI O

I start at 8:30. Verbs ending in -o, -ch, -sh, -ss, -x


You start at 8:30. Base form Third person singular
He starts at 8:30. (he / she / it)
She starts at 8:30. go goes
It starts at 8:30. teach teaches
finish finishes
We start at 8:30. miss misses
You start at 8:30. fix fixes
They start at 8:30.
Verbs ending in consonant + -y
base form of the verb study studies
Subject + + compl.
(+ -s / -es for he / she / it) cry cries
The affirmative form of the present simple is the Verbs ending in vowel + -y
same for all persons, except the third person
singular, where we add -s /-es. play plays
say says
We use the present simple to talk about habits and
daily routines.

I get up late on Saturdays. 3 Fill in the gaps with the correct form of
the verbs in brackets.
Our first lesson begins at 8:45.
The film finishes (finish) at 8:45.
1 My dad sometimes (miss) his train.
1 Choose the correct answers. 2 Paul (watch) TV on Sunday
evenings.
He start / starts school at eight oclock.
3 She (study) maths on Fridays.
1 We take / takes the bus to school. 4 David (play) tennis after school.
2 I phone / phones my grandma on Sundays. 5 David (go) to school by bus.
3 The film begin / begins at five past nine. 6 My brother (do) his homework
4 They get up / gets up at 7:15. after dinner.
5 She play / plays basketball on Wednesdays.
6 He speak / speaks Spanish with his mum.
7 Anne live / lives in Edinburgh.
Pronunciation
8 Daniel walk / walks to school on Mondays. Present simple: /s/, /z/ or /z/ sounds
4 How is the final -s pronounced in the
2 Complete the sentences with the correct following verbs? Listen and repeat.
form of the verbs in the box.
/s/ /z/ /z/
getdoleavelistenstartplayhave
starts plays teaches
  
They leave the house at 7:30.   
1 I football with my friends.   
 
2 We lunch at school.
3 The lesson at 10 oclock. 5 Put the verbs in the correct column in
4 My sister up late. exercise 4.
5 The students their homework in listenswatchesdoesgetswalksgoes
the afternoon. arrivesfinishesstudieslooksspeaks
6 Jack to music on his phone.

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6 Complete Wills email with the correct form of
the verbs in the box.
Grammar
5
work eat have (x 2) take Look out!
get (x 4) do watch go finish (x 2) We say on Sunday and in the afternoon, but on
Sunday afternoon.

Hi Paolo
7 Complete the sentences with at, in or on.
Listen and check.
My dad works in an office in London
I usually wake up at seven oclock.
so our daily routines are very different.
I1 up at half past seven and then 1 We often go to the beach thesummer.
I 2
my breakfast at eight oclock. 2 They sometimes play basketball
Mydad 3 up at six oclock and he Sundays.
4
the train to London at 6:30. 3 We often visit our grandparents
Poor thing! He 5 his breakfast on theweekend.
the train! At lunchtime I always 6 4 My birthday is 6th November.
inthe school canteen but he sometimes 5 We usually do our homework
7
to nice restaurants in London. theafternoon.
Lucky him! I 8 school at 3:30 6 My sister always gets home from school
9
but he work at six oclock. half past four.
I 10 home from school at four 7 I often have a snack 11 oclock
oclock but he usually 11 home the morning.
from work at about eight oclock. In the evening
8 Doctors sometimes work night.
I 12 my homework in my bedroom
9 This is a photo of me 2013.
and he 13 TV in the living room.
10 Christmas is December.
Cheers, Will

8 Complete the sentences with things that are


C Prepositions of time DE
VI O
true about yourself.
We have lessons in the morning and
at precise time at 10 oclock in the afternoon .
night at night
1 We usually have dinner at .
the weekend at the weekend
2 I get up at .
in the morning / in the morning
3 I go to school in the afternoon
afternoon / evening in the afternoon
in the evening on .
months in April 4 I watch TV in the .
years in 2018 5 My birthdays on .
seasons in (the) summer 6 I go to bed late at the .
on days of the week on Saturday(s) 7 The holidays are in .
dates on 10th March 8 I usually go to bed at .

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5 Grammar

D Adverbs of frequency DE
Round-up

1 Read the dialogue and choose the correct


VI O answers.
0% 100%

never sometimes often usually always

We use adverbs of frequency before all verbs,


except for the verb to be.

They never get up early.


I usually go to school at 8:15.
Lily I usually get / gets up late on Saturdays.
My dads always tired.
Greta Youre so lucky! I 1 go / goes to school on
We use adverbs of frequency to show how often an Saturday mornings, so I 2 always get up /
action happens. get up always at six oclock.
Lily Really? Thats early!
Greta Yes, it is. But on Sundays I get up 3 at / in 10:00.
Get it right! Lily Me, too. I usually get up late 4 at / in the
Never is always used with the weekend. I 5 am usually / usually am tired
affirmative form of the verb. after the week at school. On Saturdays,
Iusually go to the park with my friends.
You never go to the park.
Greta My friends and I always 6 play / plays volleyball
7
on / in Saturday afternoons.
Lily  8
On / In the evening, I usually
9 Rewrite the sentences, putting the words in 9
watch / watches TV and I go to bed late.
brackets in the correct place. Greta What about Sundays? We sometimes
My dad gets up at 6:30. (always)
10
have / has lunch in a restaurant and then
Ido my homework 11 on / in the afternoon.
My dad always gets up at 6:30.
Ialways have lots of maths homework.
1 We walk to school. (sometimes) Lily We always have a big brunch thats breakfast
2 They have breakfast at 7:30. (usually) and lunch together. Its really nice! I 12 never
3 Adams early for school. (never) do / do never homework 13 on / at Sundays
4 Lisa listens to music after dinner. (often) except when theres a maths test on Monday.
5 Im tired in the morning. (often)
6 My friends do their homework. (always) 2 PAIRWORK How do you spend your
weekdays? Tick () the activities that you
usually do (N=never, S = sometimes,
10 Use the prompts and adverbs of frequency O = often, U=usually, A = always).
to make sentences that are true for you.
0% 100%
play basketball after school
N S O U A
I sometimes play basketball after school. 1 get up early
1 go to bed late 2 have breakfast with my
2 have lunch at school family
3 walk to school 3 have lunch at school
4 meet my friends on Saturdays 4 do my homework after
5 play computer games before school school
6 get up early on Sundays 5 play computer games
6 watch TV in the evening

Then tell your partner about it.


I usually get up early. I always have
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Talking about school
Functions
5
1 Listen and complete the dialogue with the words in the box.
Then listen, check and repeat.

8PEscienceteacherhouseschoolyearsubject

Jill Wheres your 1 ?


Lucy Its near my 2
.
Jill My schools in the town centre.
Lucy Which 3 are you in?
Jill Im in Year 4
.
Lucy Me, too! Whats your favourite 5 ?
Jill Its art. Our teachers really cool!
Lucy I like 6 . We usually play volleyball
in our PE lessons.
Jill Whos your favourite 7 ?
Lucy Its Miss Dunne. She teaches 8
.
Whos your favourite teacher?
Jill Our art teacher, Mr Jones. I really enjoy
his lessons.

Key expressions
Look out!
Questions Answers
Mr + surname: used for
all men Which year are you in? Im in Year 8.
Ms + surname: used for Whats your favourite subject? Its art.
all women
Whos your favourite teacher? Its Miss Dunne.
Mrs + surname: used for
married women
Miss + surname: used
for unmarried or single
2 Listen to Alex and Nicole talking about school. Complete the table.
women Alex Nicole
They are never used with 1 School where? Near  In the 
first names.
2 Go to school how?  
3 Year?  
4 Favourite subject?  
5 Favourite teacher?  

COMPETENCES
cultural awareness and expression
3 PAIRWORK Imagine that you study in a British or an American school and fill
in the card. Then, in pairs, ask and answer questions about your school.
civic and social competences
initiative A Whats your name? B Its Sandra Blake.

Your name 
Your year 
Your favourite subject 
Your favourite teacher 

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5 Skills and culture

A future
champion

1  2  3 
Shannon Thompson is 14 years old. She lives with 20 TV in the evening. She goes to her bedroom and she
her mum, dad and little brother, Jamie, in Leeds and does her homework. Shes usually very tired, so she
she goes to Eccleshill School. Shes just an ordinary goes to bed at 9:30.
teenager except Shannon is one of Britains Shannon says: Im always very busy with schoolwork
5 top swimmers. Shes the British under-16 100m and swimming but I usually have some free time at
freestyle champion. Shannon is always busy she 25 weekends. I often go shopping with my friends on
trains hard and she studies hard. Saturday afternoons. Sometimes my friends come to
Shannons day starts at 6 oclock. She gets up, my house on Saturday evenings. We have pizza and
has breakfast and then her mum takes her to watch films or listen to music.
10 the swimming pool. Her coach, David, is at the Im very serious about my swimming. My ambition
pool and she trains for two hours. After training, 30 is to be an Olympic swimming champion like
she catches the bus to school. Shannons a good my hero Rebecca
student and she likes French and Spanish but her Adlington shes got
favourite lesson is PE of course! She has lunch Glossary
four Olympic medals!
15 with her friends at school. Afternoon lessons finish I love swimming and I except: only that
at 3:30 and Shannon returns to the swimming pool 35 love my busy life! freestyle: a free choice of
for more training with her coach. She often swims the style to use
non-stop for two hours! When she gets home, she busy: engaged in activity
has dinner with her family, but she never watches trains: prepares for an
activity
hard: needing or using a lot
of effort
coach: trainer
non-stop: continuously
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Reading
Skills and culture
5
Study tip 1 Read and listen to the text. Who are the people in the pictures? Write
Skimming their names.
When you need to find
out specific information 2 COMPREHENSION Read the text again and correct the sentences.
such as times, names, dates
1 Shannon lives in Manchester. 6 She always watches TV after
etc. from a text, it is not
necessary for you to read 2 She never has breakfast. dinner.
it in detail. It is enough 3 She always walks to school. 7 She listens to music in her
to read the text quickly 4 Afternoon lessons start at 3:30. bedroom.
(skimming) and focus only 8 On Saturdays she goes to school.
on the information you
5 She trains for two hours every day.
need, leaving out the rest.
Listening
3 Listen to Kate and Josh talking about their daily routines during the
holiday. Put the activities in chronological order (from 1 to 8).
Kate  have dinner get up have a shower
get dressed listen to music go to the park
watch TV have a snack
Josh  have dinner get up have a shower
get dressed listen to music go to the park
watch TV have a snack

Speaking
4 PAIRWORK Think about a usual day while on holiday and complete
the table. Use the expressions in the box.

go to bed have lunch have a shower play computer games


have breakfast listen to music get dressed go to the park / beach
brush my teeth wash my hair have dinner have a snack
wake up watch TV / DVDs go to sleep

ME My partner
Morning: get up at Morning:

Afternoon: Afternoon:

Evening: Evening:

Then, in pairs, talk about your routine when you are on holiday and
complete the column entitled My Partner.
In the school holidays I never get up early! I usually get up at about 10.

Writing
COMPETENCES
5 Now write a short text about your partners activities during the
cultural awareness and expression holidays.
civic and social competences
learning to learn Daniel gets up at about 9. He has a shower and then

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5 Vocabulary strategies

Creating flow charts


COMPETENCES
learning to learn
logical and mathematical competence

Strategy Daily routines


Flow charts are a useful 1 Study the words on pages 72 73 and 152 (Word bank). Then, complete
tool in learning the verbs the flow chart in chronological order. Write down the activities you do
because they show every morning and when you do them.
a series of actions in
chronological order.

wake up
6:50
am

2 Now create two flow charts showing what you do in the afternoons and
in the evenings.

School subjects
3 Study the words on page 153 (Word bank). Then create a flow chart
for your school timetable. Write the school subjects and the times in
chronological order.

Mon 8:00 English

Bingo!

GA
Each player creates a flow chart with eight boxes on a sheet of paper.
The players fill in the boxes in chronological order with eight activities they

ME
usually do in the morning, in the afternoon and in the evening.
The teacher reads a series of activities aloud. If these activities appear on
their flow chart, the players can cross them out.
When the players cross out all the activities on their flow chart, they say
Bingo!

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COMPETENCES
learning to learn

Listening part 3
Key exam strategies
5
In Listening part 3 you are given five sentences with three possible answers A, B or C. You have to
listen to a dialogue and choose the correct answers. The dialogue is heard twice.

LETS PRACTISE! 2 Listen to Sophie and Charles talking


about their summer holidays. Choose the
1 Listen to the short dialogues and choose correct answer A, B or C.
the correct answers.
Example
0 On Sundays, Tim gets up at 0 The childrens school holidays are
A7:00. B9:00. A five weeks.
1 On school days, Lucy has lunch B six weeks.
A at home. B at school. C seven weeks.
2 Tom does his homework
A in the afternoon. B in the evening. The correct answer is B.
3 In the evening Emily
A watches TV. B listens to music. 1 Sophie goes on holiday with her family in
AJune.
STRATEGIES B July.
Before you listen: C August.
Read the instructions. 2 Charlies grandparents live in
R ead the sentences and the possible AAmerica.
answers carefully. B Scotland.
CLondon.
While you listen:
3 On school days, Sophie gets up at
Listen carefully and study the sentences and A8:30.
the answers.
B7:30.
Do not circle a word just because you
C7:00.
remember hearing it in the dialogue.
Remember that you have to find the answer 4 Charlie and his brother sometimes go to the
that completes the sentence or answers the A football club.
question correctly. B tennis club.
The first time you listen, concentrate and C swimming pool.
choose the answer you think is correct. 5 Sophie has got a
The second time you listen, check the Asister.
answer. B brother.
C brother and a sister.

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6 What do you do on Saturdays?

3 go to a

1 go skateboarding 2 go for a

7 go for a 8 go

Free-time activities 2 Fill in the gaps with the verbs in the box.
1 Look at the pictures and complete the
goplaywatchmeetgo (x 4)visit
activities with the words in the box. Listen and
check. Then listen again and repeat. I go for a pizza on Saturdays.
1 My grandma shopping on Saturdays.
skateboarding my friends
2 We our friends in the park.
film computer games
my grandparents bowling 3 Sam to his friends house after school.
shopping friends house 4 They sometimes for a bike ride.
bike ride pizza 5 My friends often computer games.
6 We our grandparents on Sundays.
7 They often a DVD on Friday evenings.
8 I sometimes bowling at the weekend.

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Vocabulary
6
5 visit

6 play

4 go

9 watch a 10 meet

Pronunciation - The sound // 5 Listen and tick () the activities that the
children do.
3 Listen and repeat. Lucy Matt Ellie John ME
nogohomehippocombbuffaloso 1 meet my friends
2 go for a pizza
4 Listen and choose the words that 3 go for a bike ride
contain the sound //.
4 go to a friends house
1 often hippo cow 5 go shopping
2 clock two yellow
3 hello got school 6 PAIRWORK Tick () the activities that you
do at the weekend in the column ME. Then talk
4 dog those boy to your partner.
5 also to shower
I always go for a pizza on Sundays.

Word bank pp. 154-155 eighty-five 85


6 Dialogue

DVDSTORY 06

I dont study all the time!


1 READ AND LISTEN What is Vijays hobby?
Adam Great! No school for two days! Sarah Does Sophie Granger go to your dance
I love weekends! class?
Sarah Me, too. What do you do at weekends? Vijay Yes, she does. Shes a fantastic dancer.
Adam On Saturday afternoons I usually go Adam Really? Mmm perhaps dancings cool
skateboarding with my friends. after all
Sarah What about Sundays? Ricky Vijay, Adam wants to go to dancing
Adam We usually visit my grandparents. lessons with you.
Ricky What do you do, Vijay? Vijay Sorry, Adam. Dancings only for girls,
Vijay Well, I usually do my homework remember?
onSaturday mornings
Listen again and repeat.
Adam Yeah, and you do it on Saturday
afternoons as well!
Vijay No, I dont! I dont study all the time,
youknow. Everyday English
Adam But you dont come to the park with us
Great!
on Saturday afternoons!
Me, too
Vijay Thats because I have dancing lessons.
you know
Adam Dancing lessons? Dancings for girls!
Sorry
remember

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2
Dialogue
COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again. Are the sentences true
6
(T) or false (F)? Correct the false ones.
T F
1 Its probably Friday today.
2 Adam never sees his friends at weekends.
3 On Sundays Adam goes to a friends house.
4 Vijay does his homework on Saturday evenings.
5 Vijay often sees Adam and his friends on Saturdays.
6 Sophie Granger is a very good dancer.
3 Fill in the gaps with the affirmative, negative or interrogative
present form of the verb do.

1 What you do at weekends?


2 What you do on Sundays?
3 I study all the time.
4 But you come to the park with us.
5 Sophie Granger go to dance classes?
Yes, she .

4 Put the lines of the dialogue on page 86 in the correct order. Listen,
check and repeat.
Sarah What about Sundays?
Sarah What do you do at weekends?
Look out! Adam We usually visit my grandparents.
The verb do can be Adam On Saturday afternoons I usually go skateboarding with
the main verb. myfriends.
I do my homework.
5 PAIRWORK In pairs, act out the dialogue in exercise 4, answering
It can also be an auxiliary Sarahs questions with things that are true for you.
verb.
Sarah What do you do at weekends?
When do you meet
your friends? You On Saturday afternoons I usually go shopping with my friends.
Sarah What about Sundays?
You I usually take my dog for a walk.

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6 Grammar

A Present simple B Present simple - Interrogative


Negative form DE
VI O
form and short answers DE
VI O

Long Form Short Form Short answers


Interrogative
I do not start. I dont start. Form Affirmative Negative
You do not start. You dont start.
Do I start? Yes, you do. No, you dont.
He does not start. He doesnt start.
Do you start? Yes, I do. No, I dont.
She does not start. She doesnt start.
It does not start. It doesnt start. Does he start? Yes, he does. No, he doesnt.
We do not start. We dont start. Does she start? Yes, she does. No, she doesnt.
You do not start. You dont start. Does it start? Yes, it does. No, it doesnt.
They do not start. They dont start. Do we start? Yes, you do. No, you dont.
do / base form Do you start? Yes, we do. No, we dont.
Subject + + not +
does of the verb Do they start? Yes, they do. No, they dont.
When we use the negative short form, we join base form of the
do and does with not. The missing o from not is Do / Does + subject +
verb?
replaced by an apostrophe ().
Yes, + subject + do / does.
He doesnt do his homework.
They dont speak Spanish. No, + subject + dont / doesnt.
In the third person singular negative, we do not add For the third person singular interrogative, we do
-s to the base form of the verb. not add -s to the base form of the verb.
Sarah doesnt lives in Italy. Does it starts at 10?

1 Fill in the gaps with dont or doesnt.


Dan doesnt watch films in his bedroom.
1 My maths class begin at 10:45. Look out!
2 Jo meet her friends after school. We do not use the main verb in short answers.
3 My friends like rap music. Do you go skateboarding? Yes, I do go.
4 I get up at 7 oclock on Sundays. Does Liam play football? No, he doesnt play.
5 We go to school on Saturdays.
6 Our dog sleep in my bedroom.

2 Rewrite the sentences in the negative. 3 Unscramble the words to make questions.
Listen and check.
William / television / Does / watch / ?
My friends play football. Does William watch television?
My friends dont play football.
1 shopping / Do / go / on Sundays / you / ?
1 They go for a pizza on Saturday evenings. 2 the cat / Does / on the sofa / sleep / ?
2 Amy washes her hair every day. 3 to school / by bus / Do / come / the students / ?
3 I listen to the radio in the car. 4 your best friend / live / you / near / Do / ?
4 The girls like Italian ice creams. 5 play / football / Do / the girls / ?
5 The film starts at 9 oclock. 6 Do / lunch / we / at 1 oclock / have / ?
6 My dad watches DVDs in the evening. 7 they / go / on Saturdays / Do / bowling / ?

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4 Fill in the gaps with do, does, dont or
doesnt. Listen and check.
Grammar
5 Complete the sentences with words in the box.
6
they / meet she / live the train / arrive
Does your mum play computer games?
Jack / come you / watch
No, she doesnt .
the film / start she / do
1 you like pizza?
Yes, I . When does she do her homework?
2 your parents watch TV every day? After dinner.
No, . 1 What time at Victoria
3 school start at 10 oclock? Station? At 10:45.
No, . 2 Where ? Near the school.
4 your friends often go to the park? 3 What on TV? Films.
Yes, . 4 How often their friends?
5 you have breakfast at 6:30? Every Saturday.
No, I . 5 What time ? At 8 oclock.
6 you and your best friend go skateboarding? 6 How to school? By bus.
No, .
7 you and your family visit your 6 Look how Tom usually spends his weekend.
grandparents on Sundays? Write questions based on the given answers.
Yes, .
8 you go to bed late on Saturdays?
Yes, I .
Saturday Sunday
MORNING: MORNING:
bike ride homework
C Q
 uestion words with the AFTERNOON:
park - football
AFTERNOON:
watch
present simple DE
VI O EVENING: football on
pizza - 7:00 TV with Sam
How do you go to school? with friends
What does she study?
Where does Tom live?
When do they go out? When does he go for a bike ride ?
How often do we have English? He goes for a bike ride on Saturday mornings.
1 Where
Which do you like?
on Saturday afternoons?
What time does the film start? He goes to the park.
base form 2 What in the park?
Question do / He plays football with his friends.
+ + subj. + of the
word does
verb? 3 What time ?
They go for a pizza at 7:00.
4 When ?
He does his homework on Sunday mornings.
5 What
on Sunday afternoons?
They watch football on TV.

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6 Grammar

D Personal pronouns DE
VI O
1
Round-up

WORD BANK Fill in the gaps with the verbs


in brackets and the suitable object pronouns.
Subject pronouns Object pronouns

I me
you you
he him
she her
it it Amy Do you like (you / like) bowling?
we us Ben No, I dont. I hate it . Its really hard.
you you Amy What about cards? I love card games.
Ben I 1 (not / like) card games.
they them Have you got any DVDs?
Subject pronouns are placed before a verb. Amy Yes, I have. 2 (you / like)
romantic films?
Object pronouns are placed after a verb or a
preposition. Ben No, I hate 3 ! Have you got
any films with Johnny Depp?
I see her every day. She sits next to me at school. Amy No, I havent, but I like 4 .
Hesreally cool! Why dont we watch TV?
Ben I 5 (not / watch) TV. Its boring.
Amy What 6
(you / like), then?
7 Choose the correct answers. Ben I love computer games. I play 7
This is Emma. I go to school with she / her . allthe time.
Amy I 8 (not / like) 9 .
1 Our teacher is very nice. We all like she / her.
Ben What 10
(you / use) your tablet for?
2 Jims in my class. He / Him is a new student.
Amy I watch music videos online.
3 Here are Anna and Lucy. We always walk
Ben Whos your favourite singer?
toschool with they / them.
Amy Rihanna. Do you like 11 ?
4 He / Hims my friend, Ben. He lives near I / me.
Ben No, I dont. My favourite musics rap.
5 Miss Stone is our teacher. She / Her teaches Doyou like 12 ?
we / us English. Amy No, I dont. I hate it!
6 We / Us watch old films. We love they / them.

8 Complete the sentences with the words in 2 GROUPWORK Write a questionnaire and
the box. discover your classmates likes and dislikes
following the example. Ask questions for
themmeyouitthemushim each category.
A Do you like bowling?
Lily and Emma are my friends. I go B Yes, I do. I like / love it. / No, I dont. I hate it.
skateboarding with them .
1 My grandma helps with my maths. Name: Luca love like hate
2 Mr Brown is a good teacher. I like .
Free time: bowling
3 Look at my photos. Do you like ?
Sport: football
4 Do you like football? Yes, I love .
Pop group: One Direction
5 Its your birthday. This present is for .
Actor: Matt Damon
6 Heres our teacher. She teaches English.
Athlete: Lionel Messi

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Talking about frequency
Functions
6
1 Listen to the dialogues and choose the correct answers. Then listen,
check and repeat.
1 Megan Do you play any sport?
Jade Yes, I play 1 football / volleyball.
Megan How often / Where do you play?
2

Jade I play every 3 Tuesday / Thursday and 4 Saturday / Sunday.

2 Aaron 5
When / How often do you go to the cinema?
Brady I go once or twice a 6 month / week.
Aaron Do you like horror films?
Brady Yes, I 7 hate / love them.

Key expressions

Questions Answers

How often do you ? Every day / week / morning / Sunday.


Once a day / week / month / year.
Twice a day / week / month / year.
Three times a day / week / month / year.

2 Listen to four students being interviewed about their free time and
fill in the gaps.
1 Lindsay has lessons a week.
2 Kieran goes to every .
3 Alice goes a month.
4 Nick his bike every .

3 PAIRWORK Ask your partner how often he or she does the activities
listed below.
COMPETENCES
meet your friends
cultural awareness and expression visit your grandparents
civic and social competences
initiative watch a DVD
go online
go for a pizza
play computer games
A How often do you meet your friends?
B Once a week. I usually meet them on Saturdays.
A How often do you play computer games?
B Never. I never play computer games.

Now ask somebody else in the class the same question.

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6 Skills and culture d
A n
i
a y out

DAY OUT
Do you like boat trips?
Are you interested in history?
Yes? Then this is the perfect day out for you!
This boat trip starts in the centre of London
at Westminster (so you see Big Ben and the
Houses of Parliament, too!) and finishes at
the Tower of London. The boat goes along the
5 River Thames, where there are some famous
historical buildings, such as Shakespeares
Globe Theatre, St Pauls Cathedral and Tower
Bridge. What if you dont know about the history
of London? No problem! Our guide explains the
10 history of the city during the trip. We have lunch
Glossary by the river and in the afternoon we visit the
boat = a small vehicle Tower of London.
for travelling on water
trip = journey,
excursion
along = through, from Reading
one end to another
bridge = overpass 1 Read and listen to the text. Match the titles with the paragraphs (Day
workshop = Out 1, Day Out 2 and Day Out 3).
educational seminar
Shopping and street entertainers
fashion = style in
clothes/hair/behaviour History and a trip on the river
street entertainers = Bike ride and street art
artists who perform in
public places 2 COMPREHENSION Read the text again and complete the sentences
still = not moving with 1, 2 and 3.
1 On Day out you see some interesting old buildings.
2 On Day out you have lunch in a park.
3 On Day out you paint a picture.
4 On Day out you listen to music.
5 On Day out you travel on the river.
6 On Day out you learn about street art.

Listening
3 Listen to the interview with Grace (G), Daniel (D) and Jess (J). Write the
corresponding letter next to the activities they do.
1 go shopping 4 go for an ice cream
2 go to the swimming pool 5 go to the skate park
3 go to the park 6 go for a bike ride
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DAY OUT
Are you interested in art? Do you like bike rides?
Well, this day out is just right for you!
Skills and culture
6
The Street Art Bike Ride is a trip around the streets of East
London. This area of London is now a centre of contemporary
15 art. On our bike ride we see a lot of pictures but we dont visit
a gallery! We see art in the streets! Theres some fantastic
graffiti on the walls of the buildings. What do the pictures
show? How do the artists paint them? Our guide talks about
the pictures and answers your questions. After the bike ride,
20 we have lunch in a caf. In the afternoon you paint your own
pictures in the Street Art Workshop.

DAY OUT
Do you love shopping? Do you like music and dance?
Then heres a great day out in London for you!
Our trip starts in Oxford Street. There are lots of shops in this
famous street but we dont visit all of them! Next, we go to
Camden Market. Its very popular with young people. They
25 go there for punk, ethnic and vintage fashions. After a picnic
lunch in Regents Park, we go to Covent Garden. Tourists
love the market and shops, but they also enjoy watching the
street entertainers. There are dancers, acrobats, singers,
musicians and also living statues. The statues are people
30 in costumes, but they dont move! How do they stay so still?

Speaking
4 PAIRWORK In pairs, ask questions to find out which of the activities
Study tip in exercise 3 you do in summer. Explain how often you do them or why
you dont do them at all.
Linkers: and, but, so
We use logical connectors
to link sentences: Writing
and = to add ideas 5 Read the text again and find all the places where and, but and so are
but = to show contrast used. Then read Sophias email to her friend Laura and choose the correct
so = to show a result answers.

Hi Laura,
Project Thanks for your email. What do I do in the holidays? Well, theres a lovely
Three days in your city. swimming pool near my house 1 so / but I often go there with my friends.
Invite your pen pal to visit We sometimes go for bike rides 2 and / so we often have an ice cream. In
your city. Write an email the evenings I sometimes go to the town square with my family 3 and / but
to him/her mentioning we never go to the cinema in the summer. My cousins live near us 4 but /
three tourist attractions. so we often go to their house 5 and / but we sometimes have pizza with
them. What do you do in the summer holidays when youre at home?
COMPETENCES Love, Sophia xxx
cultural awareness and expression
civic and social competences
learning to learn Now answer Sophias email. In the answer, tell her what you do in summer
digital competence when you dont have school. Use and, but and so.
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6 Vocabulary strategies

Using verb and noun collocations


COMPETENCES
learning to learn
logical and mathematical competence

Strategy Free-time activities


An efficient way to 1 Study the words on pages 84 85 and 154 (Word bank). Complete the
improve and expand your activity with the correct verb.
vocabulary is to learn
verbs and nouns that 1 music lessons 6 skateboarding
are often used together 2 shopping 7 a film
(collocations). 3 comics 8 a party
Use spidergrams or flow 4 cards 9 online
charts to visually organise
the collocations so that 5 friends 10 to a friends house
you can learn them more
easily. 2 Study the spidergram with the collocations of the verb PLAY. Complete
the spidergrams for GO, HAVE and READ.

computer cards
games

PLAY GO

chess board games

HAVE READ

Places in town
3 Study the words on page 155 (Word bank). Then match the activities
from exercise 1 and exercise 2 with the places in town.
go skateboarding / park

SNAP

GA
For each collocation verb + noun on this page make a card:
e.g. have music lessons.

ME
Cut the cards in half: player A gets the verbs, and player B gets the nouns.
Shuffle the cards and start the game. Player A presents a verb card and player
B a noun card. If you form a collocation, say SNAP!

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UNITS
EVALUATION TEST 5-6
Vocabulary
1 Complete the missing letters to form words related 4 Put the following time phrases in the correct
to daily activities. column.
1 S __ __ __ T S __ __ __ __ __
winter August 5th April night 2020
2 __ __ T H __ __ __ the afternoon the weekend Friday morning
3 H __ __ __ B __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ 8 oclock Tuesday
4 __ __ T U __
5 L __ __ __ __ THE H __ __ __ __ AT IN ON
6 __ __ V __ L __ __ __ __
7 D __ MY H __ __ __ __ __ __ __

8 F __ __ __ __ __ S __ __ __ __ __

9 __ O TO B __ __
10 __ __ __ E D __ __ __ __ __ ____/ 10 ____/ 10

Grammar 5 Rewrite the sentences putting the adverbs of


frequency in the brackets in their correct place.
2 Complete the sentences with the present simple of 1 We have breakfast. (always)
the verbs in brackets.
2 Tom is late. (never)
1 Amelia __________ (start) school at 8:50.
3 They do their homework in the
2 You __________ (have) lunch at school. evening. (often)
3 My brother __________ (get) home before me. 4 You get up at 7 oclock. (usually)
4 We __________ (have) dinner at 6:00. 5 I am early for school.
5 They __________ (have) breakfast at 7:30. (sometimes)
6 My mum __________ (leave) the house at 8:30. 6 The students finish lessons at lunchtime. (always)
7 I __________ (do) my homework in the afternoon. 7 We have a maths test on Mondays. (usually).
8 Luis __________ (go) to bed late on Saturdays. 8 Kim wakes up early. (never).
____/ 8 ____/ 8
3 Write the third person singular form of the Functions
following verbs.
1 play She ______________.
6 Match the questions with the answers.
2 fix He ______________. 1 Wheres your school?
3 go It ______________. 2 Which year are you in?
4 watch She ______________. 3 Whats your favourite subject?
5 listen He ______________. 4 Whos your favourite teacher?
6 do He ______________. 5 Is your school in the town centre?
7 teach She ______________. 6 Whats your schools name?
8 study She ______________. A Its Mr Farmer. He teaches PE.
B Its near my house.
____/ 8 C Its Markham School.
D No, it isnt.
E Its history.
F Im in Year 8.

____/ 6
TOTAL____/ 50
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UNITS
EVALUATION TEST 5-6
4 Write the questions using the prompts.
1 Where / your grandparents / live?
Vocabulary ___________________________________ ?
2 What / you / watch / on TV?
1 Complete the following phrases related to free ___________________________________ ?
time activities.
3 How often / Max / visit / his grandparents?
1 ________ bowling
___________________________________ ?
2 ________ friends
4 What time / the bus / go?
3 ________ shopping
___________________________________ ?
4 ________ computer games
5 When / we / have / PE?
5 go to a ________ ________
___________________________________ ?
6 watch a ________
6 How / your mum / go / to work?
7 visit ________
___________________________________ ?
8 go for a ________ ________
____/ 6
____/ 8
5 Match the answers with the questions in exercise 4.
Grammar A By bike. D On Wednesday.
2 Complete the sentences with the negative form of B At 10:30. E Cartoons and films.
the verbs in brackets. C In Rome. F Twice a month.
1 We ________________ (go) bowling. ____/ 6
2 I ___________ (meet) my friends after school.
6 Complete the sentences with the suitable object
3 They ________________ (visit) their cousins at the pronouns.
weekend.
1 Luke is my friend. I like _________ .
4 Mara ___________ (play) computer games.
2 Here are my cousins. Do you know ________ ?
5 You ________________ (watch) a film after school.
3 Rose is in my class. I sit next to _________ .
6 Matthew ________________ (ride) his bike to
4 Wheres my phone? I cant find _________ .
school.
5 This is a good game. Do you know ________ ?
7 The maths lesson ________________ (start) at 9:00.
6 Thats my book. Give the book to _________ .
8 My friends and I ___________ (go) for a pizza.
7 Its your birthday! This is for _________ .
____/ 8 8 Theres a new film! Do you want to come to the
3 Write the questions using the prompts and then cinema with _________ ?
give short answers. ____/ 8
1 you / watch films?
___________________________________ ?
Functions
No, _______________________ . 7 Complete the dialogue with the phrases in the box.
2 Dolly / play / tennis?
every weekend you like Do you play
___________________________________ ? love it I play How often
Yes, _______________________ .
3 your friends / go / for a bike ride? Mick 1______________ any sport?
John Yes, 2______________ football.
___________________________________ ?
Mick 3______________ do you play?
No, _______________________ . John I play 4______________ .
4 the lesson / finish / at 12:00? Do 5______________ football?
___________________________________ ? Mick Yes, I 6______________ . ____/ 6
Yes, _______________________ .
____/ 8 TOTAL____/ 50
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COMPETENCES
learning to learn

Reading and writing part 3


Key exam strategies
6
In Reading and writing part 3 you are given one or two short texts, for example an advertisement,
an email or a notice. You are also given notes with five pieces of information to complete. You have
to read the texts and complete the notes with the correct information.

LETS PRACTISE! STRATEGIES


1 Read the leaflet. Underline the important Read the texts and the notes that you have
information and answer the questions about to complete.
the bike ride.
Look through the text for the information
you need.

BIKE
Fill in the gaps and check your spelling
carefully.

RIDE 4 Read the advertisement and the email.


Fill in Emmies notes.
10 kilometres
in Hatton Park
Sunday, 10th May
THE DANCE
For all the family!
STUDIO
128 Walton Street (next to the Rialto Cinema)
0 When? Sunday, 10th May HIP HOP dance lessons
1 Where? Saturdays 2-4 pm
2 Distance? kilometres. Beginners welcome. Ages 12-16
First lesson: Saturday, 12th April
2 Read Sams email and underline the
important information.

Hi Emmie
Do you want to come to hip hop dance lessons
Hi Joe
with me? The lessons cost 6. The first lesson is on
Ive got the information about the Bike Ride on Saturday. Bring your trainers and a T-shirt.
Sunday. Its in Hatton Park and it starts at 9 am. Meet me in front of the cinema in Walton Street
It costs 1 per bike! at 1:45 p.m.
Come to my house at 8:30 with your bike!
Ruby
Sam

Emmies notes
3 Fill in the gaps with the information from Place The Dance Studio
exercise 1 and exercise 2.
Day 1 ....................................................
Place 1 Lesson starts 2 ....................................................
Date 2 Cost 3 ....................................................
Time 3 Take 4 ....................................................
Cost 4 Meet Ruby at 5 .................................. at 1:45 pm
Meet Sam at 5

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7 I can cook very well! 1 act

2  3 

4  5 

6  7 

8 

98 ninety-eight
Hola,
me llamo
Vocabulary
7
Ester! Abilities and sports
1 Match the activities with the correct pictures.
Listen and check. Then listen again and repeat.

divesingcookwalk 10 kmsurf
ride a horse ice-skate ski
play the guitar swim speak Spanish act
9 

10 
2 Complete the sentences with the correct verbs.
People ski in Scotland in winter!
1 We s in the sea in the summer.
2 We p the guitar in our music lessons.
3 Mum and I sometimes c pizza on Saturdays.
4 My dad always s in the shower.
5 I never d into the swimming pool!
6 My cousins got a horse and I sometimes r it.
7 The children w 5 km to school every day.
8 Carmen s Spanish with her grandma.

Pronunciation - The sound //


3 Listen and repeat.
cooklookgoodbookfootball

4 Listen and repeat the sentences.


1 This is a good book. 3 You look good!
2 Heres your cookbook. 4 Look! Hes good at football!

5 Listen and match the people with the activities


they are doing.
1 C Lorna A ice-skates
11  B cooks
2 Jodie
3 Ellie C speaks Spanish
12  4 Martin D rides a horse
5 Tim E sings
6 William F plays the guitar

6 PAIRWORK In pairs, choose an activity from


exercise 1 then ask and answer questions about it
as in the example.
A Do you play the guitar?
B Yes, I do.
A When do you play it?
BI play it in my music lessons at school and at home.

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7 Dialogue

DVDSTORY 07

He cant cook at all!


1 READ AND LISTEN What extra activities does Ricky choose?
Jazmin Look! Heres the list of the after-school Ricky Thanks, Sis! Actually, I can make really
clubs. nice sandwiches.
Sarah What are after-school clubs? Adam Cookery Clubs fun. Its on Thursdays.
Jazmin Theyre extra activities in the afternoon, Ricky Great idea! Lets go to Cookery Club!
after school. Adam Then we can cook dinner for our
Adam Theyre fun not like lessons! families on Thursdays!
Ricky Hey, dont push. I cant see the list! Sarah Oh, no! Can I have dinner at your
Sarah Theatre Club thats interesting. house on Thursdays, Jazmin?
Jazmin Can you act?
Sarah Yes, I can. What about you? Listen again and repeat.
Jazmin Yes, I can act quite well. Can you
dance?
Sarah No, I cant, but I can sing.
Jazmin Cool! Lets go to Theatre Club! Everyday English
Adam Can you cook, Ricky? Look!
Sarah Ricky? Cook? Thats a joke! Theyre fun.
Hecantcook at all! Thats a joke!
Great idea!

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2
Dialogue
COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again and answer the
7
questions.
1 When are the after-school clubs?
2 Who can act?
3 Who can sing?
4 Which club do Jazmin and Sarah choose?
5 What cant Ricky do?
6 When is Cookery Club?

3 Choose the correct answers.

1 You look! / Look! Heres the list


of the after-school clubs.
2 Hey, dont push / not push. I cant see
the list!
3 We go / Lets go to the Theatre Club.
4 You can / Can you cook? Yes, I do / can.
5 Ricky can / cant cook at all!
6 I can / cant make really nice sandwiches.
7 I can / Can I have dinner at your house?

4 Fill in the gaps with information from the dialogue on page 100.
Listen, check and repeat.

Jazmin 1 you act?


Sarah Yes, I 2 . What about you?
Jazmin Yes, I 3 act 4 well.
5
youdance?
Sarah No, I 6 , but I 7 sing.

Pronunciation - /kn/ and /knt/


5 Listen and repeat.
1 can cant
2 I can sing. He cant sing.
3 You can ski. Max cant ski.

6 PAIRWORK In pairs, act out the dialogue in exercise 4 using the verbs
in the box. Give answers that are true for you.

swimsingskicookdivedanceice-skateplay the piano

A Can you dance?


B No, I cant. What about you?
A Yes, I can dance very well.

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7 Grammar

A Can - Affirmative and B Expressing ability DE


VI O
negative form DE
VI O
Affirmative sentences
Negative I can sing very / really well.
Affirmative Long form Short form We can sing well.
They can sing quite well.
I can sing. I cannot sing. I cant sing.
Negative sentences
You can sing. You cannot sing. You cant sing.
She cant sing very well.
He can sing. He cannot sing. He cant sing. He cant sing at all.
She can sing. She cannot sing. She cant sing.
We use very/really well, well, quite well and at all to
It can sing. It cannot sing. It cant sing.
show ability by highlighting how well we can/cant
We can sing. We cannot sing. We cant sing. do something.
You can sing. You cannot sing. You cant sing. These words are always used after the verb or the
complement.
They can sing. They cannot sing. They cant sing.
We can play well the guitar well.
Subject + can / cant + base form of the verb
She cant speak very well English very well.
Can has the same form for all persons and it is
always followed by the base form of the verb.
3 Fill in the correct form of can using the
They can speak Chinese. given prompts. Listen and check.

1 Complete the sentences with can (+) or


cant () and the verbs in the box.

speak ride ski play (x 2)


cookspeakwalkrun ski / at all 1 run / very well
Noemi cant ski at all . Jason  .
Martin can speak Spanish. (+)
1 My uncle a marathon. (+)
2 Suzy a horse. ()
3 We the piano. (+)
4 I spaghetti! ()
5 You French. ()
6 Anna the guitar. (+) 2 play / guitar / very well 3 cook / at all
7 The students 10 kilometres. () Lee  . Maggie  .
8 They down the mountain! (+)

2 Complete the sentences with can or cant to


give true answers about yourself.
1 My mum speak English very well.
2 I cook. 4 sing / really well 5 play football / very well
3 My best friend dive. They  . They  .
4 My dad play the guitar.
5 I draw very well.
6 My grandparents walk very fast.
4 Look at the pictures in exercise 3 and write
sentences about what you can or cant do.
7 My teacher play tennis.
8 I sing very well. I can ski quite well.

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C Can - Interrogative form and
Grammar
7
short answers DE
VI O
Look out!
Short answers The verb play is used with musical instruments.
Interrogative
form Affirmative Negative I play the guitar.
Can I sing? Yes, you can. No, you cant. The verb play is also used with sports and games.
Can you sing? Yes, I can. No, I cant. We often play football.
Can he sing? Yes, he can. No, he cant. The definite article the is used before musical
Can she sing? Yes, she can. No, she cant. instruments, but not before sports.

Can it sing? Yes, it can. No, it cant.


Can we sing? Yes, you can. No, you cant. 6 Study the questionnaire and then
complete the questions and the answers.
Can you sing? Yes, we can. No, we cant. Listen and check.
Can they sing? Yes, they can. No, they cant. Rosie James
Can + subject + base form of the verb? run fast?
Yes, + subject + can. play tennis?
No, + subject + cant. speak Spanish?

In short negative answers, we always use cant. draw people?

Can you swim? Yes, I can. Can Rosie run fast? Yes, she can .
Can your sister ski? No, she cant. 1 James fast?  .
2 Rosie and James tennis?
 .
5 Put the words in order to make questions. 3 Rosie Spanish?  .
Then complete the short answers. 4 James Spanish?  .
a / horse / Can / ride / Emma / ? 5 Rosie people?  .
Can Emma ride a horse? Yes, she can . 6 James people?  .
1 your dad / Can / 10 kilometres / run / ?
No, . Get it right!
2 chess / Can / play / brother / your / ?
We always use the base form of
No, . the verb after can, in both affirmative
3 dinner / Can / dad / your / cook / ? and negative sentences.
Yes, .
I can play tennis really well.
4 speak / Can / German / you / ?
I cant swim.
Yes, .
5 very well / they / dive / Can / ? We dont use to:
No, .
I can to play tennis really well.
6 Julia / dance / Can / really well / ? I cant to swim.
Yes, .
7 guitar / you / Can / the / play / ?
No, .
8 your / English / grandparents / Can / speak / ?
Yes, .

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7 Grammar

D Imperative DE
Round-up

1 Mike and Tanya are at school and they are


talking to a teacher about the musical
VI O
Grease. Read the dialogue and choose
Affirmative Form Negative Form the correct answers.
You (singular) Go! Dont go!
You (plural) Go! Dont go!

We use imperative for orders and instructions.

Come with me! Dont touch my phone!


Mike Hello. Im Mike James and this is my friend
Tanya Smith. Were interested in the school
musical.
Look out! Teacher Great! What are / can you do? 1 Sit / Dont
We use Lets + base form of the verb for making
sit down and tell me.
suggestions. Mike Well, I 2 m not / cant act and I cant sing at
all but I can paint quite 3 well / good.
Lets go to the swimming pool! Teacher Can you make us a poster for the musical?
Mike Yes, I 4 can / do.
Teacher Fantastic! Thanks, Mike. Now, you are
7 Match the sentences 1-6 with the Tanya Im Tanya and I want to be in the musical.
sentences A-F. Teacher Right. 5 Do you can / Can you sing?
1 D Look! A Lets play a game! Tanya Yes, I can sing 6 very / much well and I can
2 Im bored. B Its very late. dance quite well, too.
3 Go to bed! C Its dangerous. Teacher Great. 7 Can you / You can act?
Tanya No, I 8 cant / m not act at all.
4 Dont touch! D Ive got a new phone.
Teacher Thats fine. We need singers and dancers.
5 Dont talk! E Lets have an ice cream. 9
You write / Write your names on this list,
6 Were hot! F The babys asleep. please.
Mike  10
Dont ask / Lets ask Matt Burton to
8 Look at the signs then complete the come, too. He 11 can / is act really well.
sentences using the prompts and the Teacher  12
He can / Can he sing, too?
imperative of the verbs. Mike Yes, he can.
Teacher Great. I 13 cant / can ask him this afternoon.
put / your bags be / quiet ride / your bike
cross / the road take / photos play / football
2 PAIRWORK Interview your partner and
complete the questionnaire.
A Can you play football?
1 2 3 B Yes, I can. I can play quite well.
Yes No Yes No
1 play football? 6 paint?
2 play volleyball? 7 draw?
4 5 6 3 play tennis? 8 act?
4 swim? 9 sing?
1 Be quiet! 5 dive? 10 dance?
2  in the garden.
3  in here. Then present the information to the class.
4  in the park. Michael can play tennis quite well, but he
5  in the museum. cant play volleyball. He can swim well but
6  now. he cant dive at all.

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Asking for and giving / refusing permission
Functions
7
Look out! 1 Listen and choose the correct answer A or B.
The verb can is also used to
1 Can I use your tablet, Mum?
ask for or give permission
to do something. A Yes, of course. Here it is.
The form could is used in B No, you cant. I need it for my work.
formal contexts or to ask 2 Can I go to Jacks house after school?
for a favour. A Yes, sure.
BNo, you cant. Youve got a dentists appointment.
3 Could I go to a sleep-over at Abbys house
on Saturday?
A Yes, all right.
BNo, Im sorry, you cant.
4 Could I go to the secretarys office, please?
A Yes, you can.
B No, Im sorry, you cant. You can go after the lesson.

Key expressions

Questions Answers

Can I / we ? Yes, you can.


Could I / we ? Yes, sure / of course / OK / all right.
No, you cant. Youve got a lot of homework.
No, you cant. Youve got a dentists / doctors appointment.
No, Im sorry, you cant. Youve got an exam tomorrow.
No, Im sorry, but I need it / them.

COMPETENCES 2 Listen to the dialogues and choose the correct option (A or B). Then
write the answer (Yes or No).
cultural awareness and expression
civic and social competences 1 Amy wants to use her sisters Aphone. Btablet.
initiative
2 Simon wants to go to A a match. B the cinema.
3 Tara wants to go to A a party. B her friends house.

3 PAIRWORK In pairs, ask for permission to do something. If you refuse,


say why using the prompts below.

too late I need it an important match a lot of homework


a test tomorrow after the lesson

Ask your Student A: You want to Student B: You want to


mum / dad go to a friends party sleep over at a friends house
friend use his / her phone use his / her bike
teacher go to the toilet phone your mum

A Can I use your bike, please? A Can I use your phone, please?
B Yes, all right. B No, Im sorry, but I need it.

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7 Skills and culture
FOCUS on ...
British sports
Hi, Im Helena My names Edward.
and I love hockey! I love cricket, but the
We play it outdoors rules of cricket are
in winter and its an really complicated
Olympic sport. There 5 and I cant explain 25
are eleven players them very well!
in a team and they Anyway, there are
hit a small ball with eleven players in
a stick. The idea is a team. Players
to score goals, like in 10 hit a small hard ball with a bat and 30
football. Hockey players run to score points. The cricket matches
cant kick or touch the I play at school are about two hours
ball, but they can run long, but international matches can
very fast! I play hockey sometimes last five days with
in PE lessons at school. 15 breaks for lunch and tea! Its a 35
There are lots of mens summer sport and its hundreds of
and womens hockey years old. Crickets really popular
teams in the UK, but in Britain: lots of people play
at school its usually cricket and watch important matches on
a girls sport. 20 television. 40

Reading
Glossary 1 Read and listen to the text then complete the table.
stick: a long, thin Rugby Hockey Cricket Netball
pole with a curved Season
end used for
playing hockey No. of players
rules: instructions Equipment
bat: a specially
shaped piece of
wood used for 2 COMPREHENSION Read the text again and complete the sentences
hitting the ball in with names of sports.
sports
1 is also the name of an English town.
last: to continue to
happen or exist 2 is very popular with girls.
3 Some matches are very long.
4 Teams from six countries play in a famous tournament.
5 In players hit a ball with a stick.
6 Players hit a ball with a bat in .

Listening
COMPETENCES 3 Listen to the interview with Lisa and Sam and complete the table.
cultural awareness and expression Main sport How often he / she plays Other sports
social and civic competence Lisa
learning to learn
Sam

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Skills and culture
7
My names Lindsay and Im
the captain of the school
netball team. Netball is
55 one of the top girls sports
in the UK and its a
popular sport in schools.
Its similar to basketball
but netball players cant
60 dribble with the ball.
Im Finn and my favourite sport is rugby. It comes from There are seven players
a school in the town of Rugby in England and its about in a team. They throw the
200 years old. Rugby is similar to football but there are ball from player to player
some important differences. A rugby ball is oval and and try to score goals.
45 also players can pick up the ball and run with it. There 65 You can play netball
are fifteen players in a rugby team. In the winter, I play all year indoors and
rugby in PE lessons and for the school team. I love the Six outdoors. I love netball
Nations Rugby tournament with teams from England, because its really fast
Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France and Italy. My dads got and exciting. Its a
50 tickets for the England vs Italy match. Im so excited! 70 great sport!

Speaking
Study tip 4 PAIRWORK In pairs, interview each
other and complete the diagram. Give
Giving a reason reasons for your answers using the adjectives in the box.
Why is used in questions.
Because is used in answers Yes No Reason
1 play football  fun
to show reason.
2 play volleyball  exciting
A I like / dont like
boring
football. 3 go ice-skating 
interesting
B Why do / dont you like 4 go running 
it? fast
5 do karate  slow
A Because its exciting /
6 do athletics  enjoyable
fun / boring.
dangerous
A Do you play football? A Why? good for you
B Yes, I do. B Because its fun.

Writing
5 Write a short text about your partner using the information in exercise
4. Remember to use linking words (and, so, but, because) to give
reasons.
James plays American football because its fast and exciting,
buthedoesnt play volleyball.

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7 Vocabulary strategies

Creating calligrams
COMPETENCES
learning to learn
civic and social competences

Strategy Abilities and sports


Calligrams are words 1 Look at the calligrams. What are the objects used to represent the

CL
arranged on the page sports below?

R ock
to show what the words
mean visually. They are
useful for memorising
words.
Y

C
IN

l i m bi
C
Project

n
Your school wants to open
G

g
a sports centre and invite
a famous sportsperson to
this event. Write a short
description of your favourite
sportsperson. Then, in
groups, prepare a poster to
advertise your sports centre.
Include:
name of the centre
sports activities you can
do there
telephone number/email.
2 Read the sports in the box and try to imagine how you can represent
them using calligrams. Which objects or places can you use?

swimmingfootballbasketballhorse ridingcycling
divingskiingice-skatingsurfing
snowboardingathleticstenniswalkingrunning

surfing / a surf board


running / a trainer

3 Choose a sport in exercise 2 and draw a calligram. Then present


it to the class.

10 QUESTIONS

GA
Think of a sport without mentioning its name to the other players.
In turns, the other players try to guess the sport by asking questions that you

ME
can only answer Yes or No.
The player who guesses the sport chooses a new sport.

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COMPETENCES
learning to learn

Listening parts 4 and 5


Key exam strategies
7
In Listening parts 4 and 5 you have to fill in the gaps. There are five
gaps for each part of the exam. You have to listen to a dialogue or to a
monologue and fill in the missing information.

LETS PRACTICE!
1 Listen to the dialogue and fill in the gaps.

Dialogue 1
Dialogue 3
CONCERT Dialogue 2 SPORTS CLUB
1 Day: Sunday PARTY 1 Address: Road
2 Price of tickets:
1 Date of party: 2 Club opens: am

Saturday,
2 Jodies telephone number:


STRATEGIES
Before listening
Read the instructions.
Read the prompts carefully.
Underline the information you have to find while listening.
While listening
The first time you listen, focus on the text and complete the missing
information.
The second time you listen, check your answers.

2 Listen to the dialogue about a school trip and complete the missing
information (1 5). Listen to the recording twice.

SCHOOL TRIP
to see Name of theatre: Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Town: 1

ROMEO Date:
Cost:
2
3
April

AND Return at: 4 p.m.


JULIET Bring: 5 and

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8 Theyre looking at trainers
1 hat

2  3 

5 

4 

6 

7 

8 

9  10 

11 

12  13 
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Look out!
The phrase a pair of is used for two
identical items.
Clothes
Vocabulary
8
a pair of socks / shoes / trainers
1 Match the words in the box with the pictures.
It can also be used for trousers, Listen and check. Then listen again and repeat.
shorts and jeans.
trainersdresshatshoesskirt jacket
Youve got a new pair of trousers.
jumperhoodieshirttrousersjeansscarf
Or: T-shirtcoatsocksshorts
Ive got some new trousers.

2 Complete the sentences with the clothes you usually


wear.
14 
1 At school I wear  .
2 During the summer holidays I wear  .
3 In winter I wear  .
4 When I go to a party I wear  .

15  Pronunciation - The sound //


3 Listen and repeat.
skirtshirtbirdthirteen
thirtyfirstgirlbirthday

4 Listen to the pronunciation of the letter i and


find the word with a different sound.
1 six thirteen fifty 3skirt shirt leggings
2 bird fish rabbit 4first sixth third

5 Listen to the teenagers talking about their


favourite clothes and accessories. Then match their
names with the pictures below.

16  1 2 4 6

3 5

Jack 4 Angie  Ellie

6 PAIRWORK In pairs, talk about the clothes you like


and do not like.
I like jeans and hoodies. I dont like skirts or dresses.
Then describe your favourite clothes.
My favourite clothes are a T-shirt and shorts.
Myfavourite T-shirt is green with

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8 Dialogue

DVDSTORY 08

Were getting a birthday present


1 READ AND LISTEN Read and listen. What present do they buy for Emily?
On the main street Adam, Ricky and Vijay want to leave
Vijay Hi, what are you doing here? Sarah Hang on! Where are you two going?
Sarah Im waiting for Ricky and Adam. Were Adam But you can choose a T-shirt for Emily
getting a birthday present for Emily. Sarah Whose friend is Emily, anyway?
Vijay Where are they? Ricky Shes yours. Well, ours.
Sarah Theyre looking at trainers in the sports Adam, Ricky and Sarah are heading to a shop
shop over there.
Vijay Is Jazmin with you? Sarah Right, and this present is from all of us,
socome on!
Sarah No, she isnt. Shes with Emily. Theyre
buying the food for the party.
Listen again and repeat.
Adam and Ricky arrive
Adam Hey, Vijay! Are you shopping for a present
for Emily, too?
Vijay No, Im not. Ive got her a scarf already. Everyday English
Sarah Thats nice. We want to get her a T-shirt. Were getting
Vijay Cool! Bye, then. Im going to the park already
toplay football. See you later.
Ricky Hey! Wait for us, Vijay! See you later, Sarah. Hang on!
anyway
Come on!
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2
Dialogue
COMPREHENSION Read the dialogue again and match the two halves
8
of the sentences.
1 Jazmin is shopping A to go to the park with Vijay.
2 Vijay is talking B a present for Emily today.
3 Vijay isnt buying C Sarah, Ricky and Adams friend.
4 Sarah, Ricky and Adam want D with Emily.
5 Ricky wants E to buy a T-shirt for Emily.
6 F to Sarah.
Emily is

3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

1 Ricky and Adam (look) at trainers


in thesports shop.
2 Jazmin and Emily (buy) the food
for the party.
3 you (shop) for a present
for Emily?
4 I (go) to the park.
5 Where you two (go)?

4 Read the dialogue on page 112 again and choose the correct
answers. Listen, check and repeat.
Vijay Hi, what 1 do you do / are you doing here?
Sarah I 2 wait / m waiting for Ricky and Adam. We 3 get / re getting
abirthday present for Emily.
Vijay Where are they?
Sarah They 4 look / re looking at trainers in the sports shop over there.

5 PAIRWORK Imagine you are meeting Sarah in the city. In pairs, repeat
the dialogue in exercise 4 using the prompts below.

People Activities
talking to a friend / over there
Chloe and her mum shopping / supermarket
Jazmin and Emily looking at computer games / shop
Adam and Ricky buying a present / shop
your mum and dad having a snack / caf
buying some jeans / shop

A Hi, what are you doing here? A Where are they?


B Im waiting for Chloe B Theyre buying some jeans
and her mum. inthat shop.

Pronunciation - The -ing form


6 Listen and repeat.
lookinggoingwaitingplayingrunningreading

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8 Grammar

A Present continuous
2 Complete the sentences with the present
continuous long form of the verbs in
Affirmative form DE
VI O
brackets. Listen and check.
Liam is listening (listen) to music on his
Long form Short form phone.
I am playing. Im playing. 1 My brother (watch) afootball
You are playing. Youre playing. match on TV.
He is playing. Hes playing. 2 We (wait) for the bus now.
3 Sam (talk) to the teacher.
She is playing. Shes playing.
4 I (do) my homework
It is playing. Its playing. at the moment.
We are playing. Were playing. 5 We (wear) jeans today.
You are playing. Youre playing. 6 This year Rosie (work)
inaclothes shop.
They are playing. Theyre playing.
7 She (run) very fast!
Subject + am / are / is + verb -ing 8 Our cat (sleep) on the sofa.

The present continuous is used for actions happening


at the moment of speaking. 3 Rewrite the sentences in exercise 2 using the
present continuous short form.
Were waiting for you. Liams listening to music on his phone.
Theyre looking at some trainers in the sports shop.
Time expressions used with the present continuous: C Present continuous
at the moment, now, right now, today. Negative form DE
VI O

Long form Short form


B P
 resent continuous I am not playing. Im not playing.
Spelling rules DE
VI O
You are not playing. You arent playing.
He is not playing. He isnt playing.
Base form of the verb -ing form
She is not playing. She isnt playing.
sit sitting
run running It is not playing. It isnt playing.
shop shopping We are not playing. We arent playing.
write writing
take taking You are not playing. You arent playing.
study studying They are not playing. They arent playing.
play playing
Subject + am / are / is + not + verb -ing

1 Write the -ing form of the following verbs. It isnt raining now.
wear wearing 5 put Im not studying today.
1 work 6 shop
2 play 7 do
3 go 8 buy 4 Rewrite the sentences in exercise 2 using the
4 listen 9 dance present continuous negative long form.
Liam is not listening to music on his phone.

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5 Put the verbs in brackets into the correct
short form of the present continuous. Write
Grammar

E Possessive pronouns DE
8
VI O
sentences that are true for you.
Personal pronouns Possessive pronouns
I m sitting (sit) next to my best friend.
My mum isnt watching (watch) a film now. I mine
1 My classmates (do) a test now. you yours
2 I (wear) a hoodie today. he his
3 My dad (work) today. she hers
4 Our teacher (use) a computer
we ours
at the moment.
5 We (listen) to music. you yours
6 Our teacher (wear) jeans. they theirs

Possessive pronouns are used to replace possessive


D Present continuous adjectives and nouns.
Interrogative form and
This is my hoodie. 
This hoodie is mine. /
short answers DE
VI O Its mine.
Is that your coat? 
Is that coat yours? /
Short Answers Is it yours?
Interrogative Form Affirmative Negative
Possessive adjectives are always followed by nouns.
Am I playing? Yes, you are. No, you arent.
Possessive pronouns are never followed by nouns.
Are you playing? Yes, I am. No, Im not.
Thats my jacket.
Is he playing? Yes, he is. No, he isnt.
Its mine jacket.
Is she playing? Yes, she is. No, she isnt.
Is it playing? Yes, it is. No, it isnt.
Are we playing? Yes, you are. No, you arent. 7 Replace the underlined phrases with a
possessive pronoun. Listen and check.
Are you playing? Yes, we are. No, we arent.
They are the students coats.
Are they playing? Yes, they are. No, they arent. They are theirs.
Am / are / is + subject + verb -ing 1 Thats my dads car.
2 Thats my scarf.
3 Those are our sports clothes.
Where are they going?Are you shopping?
No, Im not. 4 They are the boys trainers.
5 Is that your new dress?
6 Theyre Lauras shoes.
6 Put the words in order to make questions 7 Its Robs hat.
as in the example. Then give short affirmative 8 Amy and Lia!
(+) or negative () answers. These are your cardigans.
you / a / good / reading / book / Are / ? (+)
Are you reading a good book? Yes, I am.
1 for your dad / Are / waiting / you / ? ()
2 wearing / Are / trainers / they / ? (+)
3 playing / Is / tennis / Laura / ? ()
4 parents / your / shopping / Are / ? ()
5 a / your / wearing / Is / brother / scarf / ? (+)
6 buying / we / a / for / Are / Tom / T-shirt / ? (+)

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8 Grammar Round-up

1 Read Sarahs email to her cousin from Rome.


Then complete the sentences with the present
F Whose? DE
VI O continuous form of the verbs in the box.
Whose is a question word. We use it to ask about
callnot helpdancemake
possession.
preparespeaklookvisitchoosehave
We can ask two types of questions:
Whose + noun + is/are? Answers
Whose hat is this? Its his.
Whose trainers are these? Theyre hers. Hi Paola,
Its Emilys party this
Whose + is / are + noun? Answers evening! Jazmin and
I are choosing
Whose is this hat? Its his. our clothes for theparty.
Whose are these trainers? Theyre hers. Itsreally difficult. Icant
decide Ive got a new
dress, but I really like my
black trousers and pink shirt. Atthe moment Jazmin 1
ashower in the bathroom so I 2
at some fashion blogs on the
Look out! internet for ideas. Ricky and Adam are already at Emilys
The pronunciation of Whos and Whose is the house. They 3 thefood with Emily.
same. They 4 pizzas and sandwiches.
Vijay 5 Emily because he 6
Whos = who is this afternoon youknow he has
Whos that boy? Its Thomas. dancing lessons on Saturdays!
What about you? 7 (you) Paris
Whose = who does/do belong to? today? 8 (you) French all the time?
Write and tell me all about it! Oh, thats my phone.
Whose is that jumper? Its mine! Emily 9 me
Sarah xxx
8 Rewrite the questions using the
alternative structure. Then complete the
short answers with a possessive pronoun. 2 PAIRWORK In turns, look at the pictures
Listen and check. and find eight differences. Use the present
continuous to describe them.
Whose coat is this? Its Andys coat.
Whose is this coat ? Its his .
1 Whose are these dresses? Theyre the girls
dresses.
 ? Theyre .
2 Whose scarf is this? Its Rosies scarf.
 ? Its .
3 Whose are these shoes? Theyre Freddies
shoes.
 ? Theyre .
4 Whose jacket is this? Its your jacket.
 ? Its .
5 Whose are these bags? Theyre our bags. A B

 ? Theyre .
In Picture A, the boy is wearing a red T-shirt,
but in Picture B hes wearing a blue T-shirt.

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Shopping for clothes
Functions
8
1 Read and listen to the dialogue. Which customer buys something?
1 Assistant Can I help you?
Helen No, thanks, Im just looking.
99

2 Marcus Excuse me. How much is this shirt?


5.

Assistant Its 18.


1

Marcus Can I try it on?


Assistant Yes, of course.
Later
Assistant Does it fit?
Look out! Marcus Yes, its perfect.
Too + adjective = more 3 Julia Can I try these trousers on?
than you need or want
Assistant Sure. What size are you?
This hoodies too big. Julia Medium, I think.
These trousers are too Later
small. Assistant Do they fit?
Julia No, theyre too big
and I dont like the colour.
Assistant OK, never mind.

Key expressions
Look out!
We say prices in English in Questions Answers
the following way:
Can I help you? Yes, please. / No, thanks. (Im just looking.)
Its 75p.
(Its 75 pence / 75 p.) How much is this / are these? Its 25. / Theyre 30.
Its 1.50. Can I try it / them on? Yes, of course / sure.
(Its one pound, fifty.) What size are you? Small / Medium / Large.
Theyre 50.
Does it fit? / Do they fit? Yes, its / theyre perfect.
(Theyre fifty pounds.)
No, its / theyre too big / small.

2 Listen to the dialogues and complete with the information you hear.

COMPETENCES Dialogue 1 Clothes: Price:


Dialogue 2 Clothes: Price:
cultural awareness and expression Dialogue 3 Clothes: Price:
civic and social competences
initiative Dialogue 4 Clothes: Price:

3 PAIRWORK In turns, play the role of a customer / shop assistant. Use


the clothes from the pictures below.

65 30
19.99 44.50

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5
8 Skills and culture 1 2

DRESSING UP
for special occasions
The school prom is a formal party At the Scottish wedding in photo 3 the men are
to celebrate the end of secondary 25 wearing kilts. In Scotland, a young man often gets his
school and its a very important first kilt for his wedding. Kilts are similar to skirts and
occasion for all students. The idea are made from tartan cloth. Tartan is a checked pattern
5 of school proms comes from the USA but now theyre in many different colours and each Scottish surname
also very popular in the UK. Smart clothes, big cars, a has its own tartan. Men wear long socks and special
special dinner and dancing are the important things 30 shoes, shirts and jackets with a kilt. The bride can wear
at a prom. Students dont wear their school uniforms a scarf in her familys tartan.
to the prom! They buy new clothes for the party. In The men in photo 4 are Morris dancers and they
10 photo 1, the girls are wearing short dresses and high- are dancing at a country festival. Morris dancing
heeled shoes or long evening dresses. The boys are is hundreds of years old. There arent any women
wearing smart suits with a shirt and tie. 35 dancing because Morris dancers are traditionally only
People usually wear very smart clothes to weddings. men. Theyre wearing white trousers and white shirts.
Photo 2 is a picture of an English wedding. The Theyre holding white handkerchiefs and the small
15 bride is wearing a long, white dress. Its traditional bells on their trousers ring when they dance!
for brides to wear something old, something new,
something borrowed and something blue for good
luck! The grooms wearing morning dress: striped
Glossary
trousers, a long jacket, a white shirt and a tie. There suits: formal outfits including
groom: a man who is
20 are also three bridesmaids. Bridesmaids are either a jacket and trousers getting married
adult friends of the bride or children and teenagers bride: a woman who is bridesmaids: girls
from the bride and grooms families. Theyre wearing getting married / women who help
the bride during the
pretty white dresses. marriage ceremony
handkerchiefs: square pieces of cloth used for
cleaning the nose or drying the eyes

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3 4
Reading
Skills and culture
8
1 Read and listen to the text. What events can be seen in the pictures?
2 COMPREHENSION Read the text again and answer the questions.
1 Whats the special occasion in photo 1?
2 When do students go to a prom?
3 In photo 2, what is the bride wearing?
4 Who is wearing striped trousers and a long jacket?
5 When do Scottish men get their first kilt?
6 What is tartan?
7 In photo 4, what are the men wearing?
8 What are the men doing?

Listening
Study tip
Listening for gist
3 Listen to four English students talking about their uniform. Who
likes it () and who doesnt like it ()?
The first time you listen, it
is better to focus on the 1 Noah 2 Amelia 3 Ethan 4 Rosie
topic than on particular
details. 4 PAIRWORK Listen again and guess who they are.

Project
Make a list of your family
members. Also, make a list
of your best friends. Write
a blog page about each of
them, following the steps:
- Name and age: 1  2  3  4 
- Photo or drawing:
- Hobbies and interests:
- Qualities: Speaking
Put all the pages together as
a book. 5 GAME Student A: think about a classmate and describe what he or
she is wearing. Student B: guess who the classmate is.
Now share your books with
your classmates, asking and A This student is wearing jeans and a grey sweatshirt. Thestudent
answering questions about B Is it Tom?
each person.
A No, it isnt. Its Martin.

Writing
COMPETENCES 6 What are you wearing today? What about your partner? Describe your
outfits.
cultural awareness and expression
civic and social competences Im wearing ... Philip is wearing ...
learning to learn

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8 Vocabulary strategies

Using Venn diagrams


COMPETENCES
learning to learn
logical and mathematical competence

Strategy Clothes and accessories


Venn diagrams are 1 Complete the Venn diagram with the words in the box.
another way of studying
words in categories. They sandals shorts jeans socks gloves scarf
are useful because the trousersbeltpyjamasshirttracksuit
same word can belong to swimming costumeslipperstightscoat
several groups.
T-shirtswimming trunksbootscapskirt
jumperhathoodiedressshoes
trainerssweatshirtjacket

um m er winter
S jeans
socks
sandals gloves
shorts scarf

2 PAIRWORK Student A: say a letter of the alphabet. Student B: say a


word which starts with this letter. Then swap roles.
A H!
B Hat!

MY CRAZY FRIEND!

GA
The first player starts with a sentence: My crazy friend is wearing a scarf. The
second player goes on: My crazy friend is wearing a scarf and some swimming

ME
trunks. A third player continues: My crazy friend is wearing a scarf, some
swimming trunks and tights.
The game goes on and each player has to remember what his/her opponent
says then add something new. If he/she doesnt remember, he/she is out of
the game.
The player who manages to stay in the game until the end wins.

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UNITS
EVALUATION TEST 7-8
Vocabulary
3 The girls ________________ (surf / ).
1 Look at the pictures and write the verbs.
2 3 4 Helen ___________________ (cook / ).
1 ________
2 ________ 5 You ___________________ (ice-skate / ).
3 ________ 6 We _______________________ (ski / ).
4 ________ 1
____/ 6
5 ________
6 ________
5 Write questions using the prompts and the verb
can, then give short answers.
4 5 6
1 __________________(you / ski)? (+) _______
____/ 6 2 __________(your parents / dive)? () _______
2 Complete the phrases with the correct verb. Do 3 ______________ (Maisy / cook)? (+) _______
not use the verbs from exercise 1. 4 __________ (Rod / ride a horse)? () _______
1 ____________ the guitar 5 ________ (they / speak English)? (+) _______
2 ____________ 50 m in the pool ____/ 10
3 ____________ a song
4 ____________ Spanish 6 Complete the sentences with the imperative of the
5 ____________ dinner verbs in the box.
6 ____________ in the mountains not look not talk not touch
come go have
____/ 6
1 Shh. The babys sleeping. ________________ !
Grammar 2 Hello! Its nice to see you. ______________ in!
3 No! _________________ this! Its dangerous.
3 Write affirmative or negative sentences using the 4 Its very late! _______________ to bed now!
prompts and the verb can.
5 Were very hot! ______________ us an ice cream!
1 Elinor / not / ski 6 It