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  1. 1. Elementary Workbook Tim Falla, Paul A Davies OX1: ORD
  2. 2. Solutions Elementary Workbook OXFORD Falla, Paul A Davies lrN1vuzsll' l-mu
  3. 3. OX1’ ORD uxrviinsiri r-nus Great Clarendon Street. Oxford on em Oxford University Press is a department ofthe University cfoxford It further: the University’: objective ofcxoelk-one in rcseanch. S€h0l. ‘u‘. ilip. and education by publishing worldwide in Oxford No. -wYor| t Auckland Cape'l'ovwn Dares Salaam Hong Kong Karachi Koala Lurripur Madrid Melbourne Mexicocity Nairobi New Delhi Shanghai Taipei‘ Toronto With offices in Argeritiria Austria Brazil Chile Czech Republic France Greece Guaierriala Hungary Italy japan Poland Portugal Singapore South Korea Switzerland Thailand Turkey Ukraine: Vietnam oxroro and oxroao ENCLISM an registered trade marlts of Oxford Univ: -m‘ty Press in the UK and in certain other countries 0 Oxford University Press aooa The moral rights or the author have been asserted Database right oxford University Press (maker) First published zoos 201: ‘ion 1010 1009 2008 I0 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 No unauthorized photocopying All rights reserved. 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  4. 4. i i 0 G G 0 6 ® 0 saying hello be. possessives have got Time. days. ii‘ > i p: . and pronouns months and seasons > V ‘ family and iriends Present simple: Royal princes Present simple: A day in the life introducing An informal letter " W pa aiflnnauve negative people pt; -SIUOCICI I _ Fm-—time Present simple: Sport in the UK Adverbs oi ‘ru-kworido Giving an opinion An announcement 3' n I v- activities questions irequency ' I . , ..'; -su. r (mu 1 E. ":. _"«'. ‘. Ex»: i - Heading - Use of English ‘ ~ 0 listening 0 Writing 0 Speaking ; _ School subic, -cu there is / there are Schools in have to Home sdrool Giving directions A note ' ‘ i ' p26 the usn I on - Stu Cum: 3 Clothes Present luii Rodi can and adverts Celebrity Raining An invitation I I ii. “ i 33-‘. continuous Festival looicalikes arrangement s-ti -Sn! tutu A F-". ’?? ,.j: f~{ awn 2 -, .i. z - main; - Use olinglish 1;" _ - Speaking I Listening 0 Writing V Geognpiry tornparative National Paris Supertative Dangerous! Maitiriga A postcard ‘ Si N pm. adjectives adiectives phone call 031 -Slucurcx s In town Past simple: Tourist Past simple: A postman On the phone A rneuage I . ‘I p 52 be and can information affirrnalive flies home _‘ (regular verbs) , .'. '. - slu (incl 6 [: ‘;£¢_, , . .3,‘ Exam 1 ; i- i - Reading - Speaking 0 Use oitngiislr L " I listening 0 Writing i, On the map Past simple: An Indian hero Past simple: A great scientist ‘laiiiing about An e-mail pa: affirmative negative and your weekend message (irregularverbsl intmogative ; v in - sw Cute: 1 “ Breakfast some and any. Traditional dishes Articles iiealtiry eating in a at! A lorniai letter *: ~—I. ~-it , i70 Hawmudilrnanyr ; .77 - Stu (mat a wyww , n _‘ . "i1 1.. u I 4. EXAM I , v - Reading - Useollngllsli 0 Writing 7;" ’“' - Listening I Speaking ~ Transport Pnmirit pertea; The melting pot Present perfect: (lirnblrig to Buying a train An e-mail . i' i-. pan alflrrrullve negative and the top ticket - interrogative [.57 - Stu (mot 9 s labs and work going to jobs lor will Between sdroot Giving advice An Ipplkztlon ". . l ' pas teenagers and work letter . “I'~ -ssucumt no '[g'§'%‘. . ~f Eiuua s iwn ‘Reading -Use olingtlsh v 0 Listening - Speaking I Writing pl--. Rcvitwsi 5. , ~us: Eitnui Runmc. pint FUNCHONS BANK p108 wonotisr pioo Innmuumvzmss pizo Wherever you see this symbol. you will find interactive practice in the corresponding section of the MultiROM.
  5. 5. Q ‘A . ..£lI£I: r£Rru‘m. siit= 'iItstiv. - Sayinghello / 1 Put the words in the correct order to make sentences and questions. 1 name I your I What's I ? whats your Vnamcj 2 youIHowIare/ old/ ? 3 you I What I about ? is do I spell I How I your I you I nameI ? 5 to I Nice I you I meet 2 Complete the dialogue with the questions in exercise 1. 'v V. . U . .-. . Jonas Hello. I'm ionas. = Stephanie Stephanie. ’ Jonas Nice to meet you. too. Stephanie ‘ Jonas I-O~N-A-S. ‘- Stephanie? Stephanie l'm17. Jonas I'm 16. 3 Write the numbers as words. I cm. Manx. Semxtot it ) Introduction I can iniroducc myrclf ‘I Write the numbers. 1 nineteen vi 14 twelve 2 eleven 5 twenty 3 fifteen 6 thirteen CHALLEHGEI which letters sound the same? Put them in the correct groups. abcdefghllklmnopqrstuvwxyz l / e1/ / i;/ /e/ /a1/ 5 write true answers. 1 What's your name? 2 How old are you? A /30!’ / u:/ I01! 5 Write a conversation following the example in exercise 2. Use the information below. A Name: Owen Age: 15 ' ftfif/ ' 1. ~17 *~ ; 3-1, . ~. ‘ . . - Q A L A Hi. I'm ' B ‘ Tania. Nice*'- A ‘. B I “ A I 9 too. How ' B Name: Tania Age: 16
  6. 6. A _ I mix . -.. rk and . ’il. .5WCl’ qttcrtioiu. _ be, possessives and pronouns / 1 Complete the sentences. Use be, affinnative. 5 Write the possessive adjectives for the personal pronouns. 1 I 16 years old. 1 I my 2 My English teacher Mr Clarke. 2 you 3 We in the classroom. 3 he 1» lack and Sue my friends. I. she S Marijn from Riga. 5 it _ 6 You a student. 5 we 7 My book on my desk. 7 you 8 they 2 Write sentences. Use be. negative. 1 My dad at work 6 Write sentences using this. that, these and those and the _. . . , . . wordsinthe box. iii .1. ‘ri Y. 'a. ‘lfL 2 Mybest friend I athorne. books brother garden hamburgers pizza sisters 3 You 4‘ my sister. 4 My teachers I at school. 5 We , ~’ from France. 6 I I 19 years old. 3 Match questions 1-6 with answers a-f. 1 (our) Tm Ifi our ‘Pmn 2 (mywm '5 mwg is your name Sam? r. Artur, are you from London? is your mum a teacher? Arc Tom and Dan at home? Are Irena and I Scottish? is David at school? OU‘§UJh)b% No. she isn't. d No. he isn't. Yes. they are. e No. we aren't. c Yes, it is. f No, I'm not. Oi U’ 1| Write true short answers. It (her) 1 Are you at home? 2 is your pen black? 3 Are your friends at school? 4 is your English teacher Spanish? 5 is pizza your favourite food? 5 (my) 6 (our) .4-:3. “ ' introduction C 5 S
  7. 7. I an . r'cJu'ibt‘ people. 1 Complete the text. Use have got. affirmative or negative. 4 Comlilele "18 Semenfes Will‘ the W0"! -5 in the b0X- My name's Steve and I'm from York. beard (urly lair glasses long moustache a town in the north of England. I Shim WaVY I hm. -en‘t got a brother. but) ‘ a sister. This is a photo ofme and her. I ’ dark hair and brown eyes. My sister ‘ dark hair — she I " fair hair. We a dog too. His name '5 Fwd‘ 1 She's got short. 2 She's got 2 Write true sentences. Use have got. affirmative or negative. ha"- 1 I I a brother l‘t~e gm a brother 2 I I a sister 3 My teacher] long hair it He's got hair. dark hair. [6 We I 30 desks in our classroom 5 My mum / blue eyes 6 I/ cousin 3 Look at the table. Write questions and short answers with have 9°" 5 She's got long, 6 He's got a Daisy Harry and Janet hm“ “d V . " " CHALLENGE! write a description of these people. W" fK§ % it . / . / rt ; . r ; <3. : ——‘ ‘Hi ‘*4 ”— £1’ i: ‘ Robert ‘*i’ Wendy H‘ 1 Daisy / a mobile phone? Q ' S H.1:'~D. ‘lI: ‘--l 90? .1 r1inl: u'lr ; r'r’. r-yr? ‘ ‘fez, eh hr: l‘ I 2 Harry and lanet/ awatch? ‘ , , , 3 Daisy/ a computer? It Harry and Janet / a mobile phone? 5 Daisy/ watch? 6 Harry and Ianet / computer? II‘, A Introduction "5' 4.1‘
  8. 8. 3 Write a dialogue following the example in exercise 2. ; _ri-" , . D: UBUfKR, fi°_F, - I can ark the time and talk - T 1" . 'L'. Z ' about the t'It0Vl. I‘r1J of the year. ;, I.; .. Time, days, months and seasons/ 1 write the times. It find eleven more months of the year in the wordsearch. 1 2 @40U| b. nJNl>-A 5 write the days of the week. 2 Put the wo in the correct order. Then write the lines In the 1 5 correct or 0 make a dialogue. 2 M g _ ‘ 3 T I-3 V” 4 w 1‘ ‘ ; .._ 5 T : :-‘. .‘: .f-‘*: r:: .:_ 6 F —--p--u-“r-’ . _.. .."'“ -‘-'_*‘~’. 5: ; §,, .;'; -'- 7 S L "-4 6 Put the letters in the correct order to write the seasons. twenty-five / ten / it's / to 1 ‘ P " 5 8‘ — — is: 'time/ please_/ what/ it/ ? 2 ll-l"15€”‘ . -relcome , ’ you're 3 U 13 V“ " U — fi— very I thanks I much you 4 ‘W 5 ’ 5‘ “ A Excuse me_ 1 7 Answer the questions. Write true answers. 3 . 1 What's your favourite day? A 3 - 2 What's your favourite month? 3 What's your favourite season? Use this time. It In which month is Christmas? 5 In which month are your next school exams? 6 What day is it today? A 3 7 What day is it tomorrow? A _ _ V B T‘ “ Introduction <7
  9. 9. My network . a 4: --o VOCABULARY AND LISTENING Family and friends A Find eight family words in the wordsearch to make pairs. 1 mother 5 grandmother 2unc| e 6niece 3 brother 7 grandson Ason Bhusband F A'r’HlE'R'o’Q v w u I 0 A P G l H I K u L} z'I= x c 5 GV E E R T I H Y Is o]F'G'slr H IAIUIG H T E R c wlsrc E R G R u H 0 R K H Complete the conversations with the correct family words. 1 _ _ _ , T You're my ‘L; _; You're my ‘ granddaughfir _ I grandfather. 2 . . T. l You're my [ You're my cousin. I '75- "I I 3 , , ‘ You're my ‘V / I You're my __ _/ if son. _‘ ' I 4 1 You're my _ You're my ' lg wife. 5 I You're my « ”’ ” _V ‘ V-. _‘iYou'remy l:5§. .._’ I niece. I» / B ’ Unitl - My network I com talk about people I meet regularly. 7 , 1 You're my You're my mother. a 3 J T _ You're my You're my , brother. 3 write sentences adding possessive '5 in the correct place. 1 those are I my friends I bikes Those. are r, n1j[I, Ln, df~' b-Kt; -5* 2 where is / lohn / CD? 3 have you got I your brother / bike? II this is / my parents I car 5 these are I Sandra / pens 6 the students / bags I are in the classroom 4-0 Extension: Plural forms of nouns 5 Write the plural form of these nouns. 1 car cars 6 sandwich 2 leaf . . 7 tree 3 wife 8 person A box 9 story photo , 5 Complete the sentences with plural forms from exercise 4. for lunch. j are green. 1 Our urges always eat 2 In summer. the __ on the 3 She reads about famous . A Look at these of John. He's only a baby — he's only got four I 6 , You're my " 2 You're my . aunt. , '7 . 1 .
  10. 10. a Complete the second sentence using the he/ she/ it form of the verb. 1 I like Green Day. My sislerhlcs. r'1rmi 0.31 too. 2 I go to school by bus. My best friend too. 3 My parents work in London. My uncle too. A I play tennis every Saturday. My brother if too. 5 I live in Belgrade. My best friend too. 6 I study English at school. My little sister , too. 7 My parents go to the cinema every Friday. My brother too. 8 I get up late on Sunday mornings. My best friend , too. 9 I speak three languages. My cousin too. Match the days of the week with the activities. Then write sentences about Donna's week using the phrases in the box. go out with friends listen to music play tennis read books study English watch television work in a café 'r~ ‘-WI ‘. -.i, a air ; ~‘. :-45 tennis iv: 'l ‘r: .i'-‘. .‘. :.-_'»: _ : ’.i'r lOI'Ih-lalfuu-A resent simple: affirmative / I (.11: mlk nlvoru’ my fiiiiiily . iIi. t' fi'zen. i’. r. 3 Look at the table. write sentences about Martin and Julie. ‘ Write five sentences using the present simple affirmative about Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 1 Martin / play I tennis M3.rt. n p‘. ay<» _trr'i‘ Is. _ on hlqriglays 2 Martin and Julie I get up at six o'clock lgfusfign and Iu'. ~r get up at an o'clock on wcdriesdzys 3 lulie / cook / dinner Ii Martin / study / French 5 lulie / watch / TV 6 Martin / cook / dinner 7 Julie / play / football 8 Martin and lulie I go to the cinema Cl-IALLEN GE! ‘ your friends and family. Choose from the verbs in the box. U| h'UJ I get up go like live Examples: §r1yjr1r_riAdNl2.ari Vi | li_€S Emiriem M’y_LO_Ll£~il'l lives ll] Kiev 1 2 play speak study work Unit 1 0 My network
  11. 11. .. ,.: t3h , I can tuu{cr_r{. rm{ rwfor‘: -.1.rr. ’zttr1 . '»'_. J _ opziuoiu an rirc Roy. -.1 F. v.mrl‘y'. g v p g, 1 Label the pictures with the words in the box. ‘I Read the text again and complete the sentences. 1 William's fatheris William is the grandson of Prince William is years old. His brother's name is , William and Harry are in the British Sports are William's favourite castle king palace prince princess queen Oilltétdht A. ‘g -a. __. Prince William Prince Wm . .m lien) Princr- H. i'ry 4 _ s s 5 _ . . 6 _, 7 i ' ' -’ ' l"9*‘U After his Father, Prince Vi/ rlliam is the fiJUJl'E king 2 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. of Britain. His father is Prince Charles and his h P . . . mother was Princess Diana. His grandmother is century monarr; nme Minister Royal spends Queen El. I th IL ‘ ‘"9 3''"‘'‘ —* —* ‘V “"""V“°"‘~" 1-°°° V°‘"‘ Prince W'rl| iam’s date ofbirth is 21 ]une1982. He °‘<‘- has got a brother called Harry. William and Harry 2 Queen Elizabeth 55 ihe fifty-fourth — —— — are very good friends. They are both officers in the since King Alfred. 3’ British armed forces. People love reading about 3 Queen Elizabeth , . 1 . time at Balmoral P"'""-9 Vw"'§’“ Md P"“"-9 H3"Y "" "‘*’-W5P3P°"5 Castle in the summer. and magazines‘ 4 A is mo years, Vi/ rlliam is quiet and kind and has got a lot of 5 The Queen meeys the ehhsh _ i i every fnends. He hasn't got a lot offivee amc, but his favourite hobbies are sports. He loves swimming, skiing, playing tennis and horse riding - and he also loves his motorbike. Tuesday evening. 3 Read the text. Are the sentences tme (T) or false (F)? 1 Prince Wi| |iam’s mother is Queen Elizabeth II. ‘ CHALLENGE! 2 William's birthday is in the summer, Complete the sentences with the names ofthe people. 3 Harry is William's cousin. ‘W i0 3“ "W9- 4 William has gota lot of free time. l 1 The President of my country is . . . ,. 5 William likes spans. . 2 The Prime Minister of the UK is 6 William has got a motorbike. 7 3 The President ofthe USA is ,1: The Pre5identofRussia is . , , , 5 The President of Germany is 6 The Kingofspain is _ ‘ 7 The of . is ‘ 8 The W of . - , . , is 9 is The of Mm Unit 1 - My network » I . .5.. '7 hi
  12. 12. .; ,?5 fl 3 Present simple: negative / 1 Read the sentences and look at the pictures. Label the three boys with their names. ‘ark doesn't listen to music. Tom hasn't got a pet. fonnor doesn't like dancing. Tom doesn't watch TV. . .1cl« dDt>sn'l like pizza. Connor doesn't go to school by bike. 2 Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. 1 cousin live doesn't I in London. I My 3-': »_‘ . = -i . “.‘"-: :‘-. "l '. Lt ll‘ '. .'in3mr1 2 like My trnincm. I don't I parents 3 don't pizza. I like I! <4 tennis. Ben I play I doesn't 5 TV. don’! parents watch I My 6 by bus. to school I My I doesn't I go I friend 7 eat doesn't Bella I meat. 8 games. like I computer I don't I We 9 science. She study doesn't I can my Mm! romcmc . {ac. r emf ofcuift do. 3 Complete the sentences. Use the present simple negative. 1 My aunt in New York. (not live) 2 John tennis. (not play) 3 My mum and dad dancing. (not like) lo My nephew history. (not study) 5 We in a restaurant. (not work) 6 My brothers late. (not get up) 7 My dad to work. (not drive) 8 My cousins from Canada. (not come) (I Look at the table. write affinnative and negative sentences using the verbs in the box. play speak walk / Flpmaerl ‘l Mcl. -me : »;>cJ. Ls iitrssiari 2 3 ls _ 5 6 CHALLENG El Write five sentences about what you and your friends don't do. use the present simple negative. Choose from the verbs . in the box. eat go have like live play study watch ‘U'7§A’K)I-5 . . l l Unit 1 0 My network <4‘I-13$‘
  13. 13. ‘tn-i. ... :.~ 1 Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box. Use the -. .:. ..: .-; ..R-. .' t~~v>~-. .-- correct form of the verb. cook do make walk clean come drive look after get up go iron I come. home from school at four o'clock. My mum my brother and sister to school. I sometimes help my mum to the house. My mum doesn't drive to work. She I never my clothes. My dad usually dinner in the evening. My dad . - . - the washing in our house. We to the supennarket on Saturday momings. I always at six o'clock on school days. I breakfast for my parents at the weekend. "‘ My uncle my cousins. 3ooo~ia~ui: >w~. - D-I hi 2 Read the text. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 Misozi lives with her sister and mum. 2 Grace is Misozi's little sister. 3 Misozi and Grace leave the house at 7.00. 4 The students have lunch at school. 5 Misozi and Grace go to school in the aftemoon. A drag in the liFe oi: two AFrican clmilclren Misozi is eleven and lives in Zambia, in Africa. Every morning she and her little sister. Grace. get up at half past four. First, they get water. It takes an hour. They come home and they have breakfast with their mother. After breakfast, their mother goes to work. Then the sisters walk to school. They leave the house at six o'clock and they get to school at half past seven. They love school. At twelve o'clock the students have lunch. They have a dish called nshima. In the afternoon, the girls walk home. They clean their small house. They get water again and do the washing. At seven o'clock, their mother comes home from work with some food. They all cook dinner. Then Misozi helps Grace with her homework. Unit 1 - My network I mix , -m. v,'cr. r.*. zitt( All . rr. ’ici'c mitt. ’ I. -.. 'l-; .-rbdrti caci-ya'. .ry : l(. 'lH. ’lc'. i’. 3 Match 1-8 with a—h to complete the sentences. 1 Misozi gets up 2 Misozi and Grace have breakfast 3 Their mother goes to work to Misozi and Grace get to school 5 They have lunch 6 Misozi and Grace do the washing 7 Their mother comes home 8 Misozi helps Grace a after breakfast. b with her homework. c atIo.30. d after school. e with their mum. f at 7.00. g at 7.30. h at school. I‘-4 J‘ I rlrllll ““: _. .au. — , /1: I I 4 . ,A leovoel 1" The girls‘ life isn't easy, but they have got a mother. food. and they go to school. Many African children haven't got these things.
  14. 14. EVERYDAY ENGLISH Introducing people I can introduce people. 1 Complete the sentences with the prepositions in the box. Q Put the words in order to make sentences. Then use the at for sentences to complete the dialogue. 7 , _ _ ‘ NV‘; 1 Where are you 2 My sisterdoesn't go school. 3 She works an office. to Nice meet you. 5 Bye now. 6 Is he the same school? 7 Ben lives our street. Harry Hello. Daisy. Nice to see you. How are you? 2 Write questions for the answers. Daisy ‘ And you? Harry Fine. thanks. Daisy. this is my friend George. Daisy Hello. George. ? T George Nice to meet you too. Harry 3 _ T Daisy Really? Where are you from. George? George * , T Daisy Have you got any brothers or sisters? George ‘T His name's Sam. Daisy Is he in the same school? George ° 5 Complete the information about Peter with your own ideas. Name: Vcter From: Brothers / Sisters: Yes 1 WW" 3" 1°“ Wm’ T School or University: 1 T I'm from Oxford. 6 Write a dialogue following the example in exercise It. 2 T _ T T I'm fifteen years old. Bi“ 5—°—“—°J‘5“¥°—€‘4-T j — — 3 j Andrea , T Yes. I've got two sisters. 35" . -. _ _ Andrea T Fine, thanks. Peter we to. man you too _ T 5 T T T , Bill Vcter is M my class at school _ T No, he isn't. He's in class 3D. Andrea 6 T Peter _ _ T T His name is Martin. Andrea 3 Write true answers. Pete’ ’ ’ *— Andrea T T 1 How are you? Peter 2 Where are you from? 3 How old are you? to Have you got any brothers or sisters? :9 Unitt-Mynetwork 13
  15. 15. J ‘,0’ H I i r; in riformal letter/ Preparation 1 Complete the letter with the words and phrases in the box. Dear 214th luly Bestwishes, 21 Greenland Rd. Hastings p. ) Margaret, hly name is James and l'm your new penfriend. l’m seventeen years old and I come from a town called Hastings. I've got two brothers and a sister. We live with my parents in a small house. We've also got a cat called Snowy and .1 dog called Fred. I go to Hastings Comprehensive school. It's OK. After school, l watch TV and then we have dinner. l do my homework in m_v bedroom, then I play computer games. Write soon. 4 James 2 Match 1-7 with a-g to complete the sentences. 1 My name is a a brother and a sister. 2 I come from b St Helen's School. 3 I'm c my parents and my brother. it I've got d Oxford. 5 I live with e music in my bedroom. 6 I go to f fifteen years old. 7 I listen to 3 Tom. 3 Write the words. 1 1*‘ first 6 6"‘ 2 2*“ 7 7“' 3 3'” 8 8"‘ , 4 / in 9 9'" 5 5"‘ 10 10” . ..3 Unit 1 - My network I cm write an intfumwl lcrtcr to ,4 ; *c»ifrico1J. 13 Write the numbers. 1 twenty-sixth 151%. 4 thirty~first 2 fifteenth 5 eleventh 3 thirtieth 6 twenty-second Writing guide 5 Imagine you are Kim. Write a letter to a penfriend. Use the letter in exercise 1 as a model and include the information in the table. Write 70-100 words. a Address: 12 Kings Street. Liverpool b Date: 17“ October i first Paragraph Name: Kim Age: 16 years old From: Liverpool Second Paragraph Lives In: a house Lives with: mum and brother Pets: a cat called limmy Third Paragraph School: Kings Comprehensive School After school: play football. listen to music Deor Kate, C Kim
  16. 16. Across (-l 2 I'm Sally's mother. Sally is my 6 My uncle's son is my 8 My brother 9 My uncle Tom is my cousin James’s Russian at school. 12 The plural olpoloro is 13 to meet you. 15 ‘Tom. is Mark. ’ ‘Hello. Mark. ‘ 16 My brother is 17 The plural of family is 18 We live in London. We live in Oxford. 19 ' are you from? ‘ class roc. ‘Liverpool. ’ Downlll 1 The plural for Ieafis 3 My daughter’s son is my . 4 Iim gel up at six o'clock. He gets up at seven. 5 Marv ‘How are you? ‘ ' bad, thanks. And you? ‘ 10 My uncle's wife is my 11 My little brother school. 11¢ The plural of child is 15 My parents are teachers. They television every day. to elementary maths at my school. 3 2 4'4 7 6 8 10 12 l-’. '1 15 re» 17 lb 19 I CAN Read the statements. Think about your progress and tick one of the boxes. = I sometimes find this difficult. = I need more - ~ practice. , .s ua>. .. . 3.’! = No problem! 1:? I can introduce myself. (SB p.11) I can ask and answer questions. (58 p. S) I can describe people. (58 p. 6) I can ask the time and talk about the months of the year. (S8 p. 7) I can talk about people I meet regularty. (SB p. 8) I can talk about my family and friends. (SB p. 9) I can understand information and opinions on the Royal Famity. (58 p. 10) I can say what someone does and doesn't do. (58 p. 11) I can understand an article and talk about everyday activities. (58 p. 12) I can introduce people and find out more about them. (SB p. 114) I can write an informal letterto a penfriend. (58 p. 15) Sellcheckot { 15 '
  17. 17. I can mlk about I __ ' I " ' J’ J . r»tdlx5* rm. ra. _._. ,.__. ... iFree time actrvrtres/ *’°'‘ “’ ‘snag 1 label the P'€i|1|‘95- 2 Write three true sentences about the free-time activities in ; __—— e - .7 , ‘, exercise 1. Use the phrases in the box. — - , ' "' 1 ; I really like I quite like I don't like I hate ‘ K - . _ “‘v-~— ‘ - .4 l. . - g. _.. - ‘ . . -. , _. . - - , 1, _. .. __ H _ . _ e; ~—- _. . -7:337 '—-~. ~~ - : °’ ‘ ~ v butt 2 l 1 television 2 d 7, 3 C bu” '? .‘. l 3 I y E‘ ~ H butl , . -- _. . _ t. tv '7 —'-—w--——. ——. ..a. .._ ’ . -. . . __“_ ~—v-s. .. '_r . ' _ ‘Q a ‘ ‘I t. i[ol L-: ‘v'_‘_rtciru. q.J(. j-H_{l-)ri: ~- O V T _ A _. fl ~. _ ___ ~. ~._ __ "~"'Fs _. . _ '--= ' «v ; .2 ‘E: 3 Complete the sentences with the correct tom of do. play or go. Use the present simple. 1 My brother does karate. 2 We don't -. jogging very often. 3 l football after school. 1a My friends and I 7 ice skating on Sundays. 5 My parents , tennis on Saturday mornings. 6 John rollerblading with his friends. 7 You don't athletics at school. 8 Sarah gymnastics. ‘I Choose the correct word to complete the sentences. 1 I watch / listen to the radio in the evening. 2 I go for a film / a walk after school. We read magazines / DVDS at home. We do / play chess at school. I don't watch computer games / W. My dad does / takes a lot of photos. We do karate / basketball at school, My sister plays / does gymnastics. @lOI'| &-U) CHALLENGE! Write a paragraph about your free-time activities. Use the phrases in the box to help you. at weekends in the evening on Sunday morning/ afternoon 16b 17r 18p /1“ Unit 2 0 Free time -as
  18. 18. ‘ ‘J -1» I can n. rI< about pcoplclr Present simple: questions , ‘‘°‘‘’‘’‘‘~‘ W ""°"~"‘- 1 Complete the present simple questions Then write true li Put the words in the correct orderto make questions. answefs’ 1 does I Kate I where I live I? 1 you play chess? i 2 music I do I what I listen to Iyou I ? 2 your dad work at home? 3 tobed/ you/ whenldo/ go/ ? 3 vou like films? 4 doI how I spell I ‘fashion’ Iyou I ? 14 your teacher speak German? 5 James I does I where I do I his homework I? 5 you and your friends go cycling? _ 7 6 at weekends I who I see I you I do I ? 6 your best friend sit next to you in class? 5 Look at the phrases and make questions. Then match them 2 Do we use do. play or go? Complete the mind map with the with the answers_ activities in the box. a What do you do to school? athletics basketball chess cycling jogging karate photography rollerblading swimming tennis b How do you play onw? i: when do you get after school? do play 90 . _ . d What do you phone jogging with? 2 who do you watch your friends? 3 Look at the table. Write questions and short answers. At -———— 3-K ' ’f j__ ; f Where do you go football? weekends - ‘___; -g , 7 E 1 Igo jogging with my brother. ‘A ‘I . _ . ;'Nf F _. . I 2 I watch music videos on TV. ‘ ' , Q_-1 . .: ._-~_"}‘ I 3 Iwalkto school. Dave _/ X / ,1 It i I phone my friends in the evening. vegan X I X ', 5 I play football in the park. Sue and I X I X 6 I do karate after school. ': m CHALLENGE! « ' 7 l ‘ Fave’ I '°ll°'b| ?d'"'g; ‘ ‘ Write the general knowledge questions. Can you answer _ s 9 "V" Cr” "tin‘r. L:>. wi[, * YL5. ilfJ“‘i'fi— them? Add two more questions with question words. 2 Megan / karate? Where I kangaroos] live? 1 . _ . - . T? L 3 Sue and Tom I basketball? When I Americans I celebrate Thanksgiving? ' 2 _ _ _ ___? l - Dave TV? I What I dolphins / eat? i ‘ 3 _, __, iT____, , 21 5 '. '.egan I basketball? I, __ ii iii, 2 ‘; as __ ____: ___ . 2' ii. Sue and Tom I karate? Unit2-Freetime ( 11
  19. 19. Sport in the UK Revision: Studont‘s Book page 20 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. n-moo-od--I _, .. i,r. -»i"“ Kate does gymnastics ata __ __ _ every evening. 2 Harry is very , _. - -. . He plays football. hockey and basketball. 3 is football . with girls in your country? 4 The __ _. _ isn't very good, so we can't play tennis outside. 5 I do lots of V _ . _ with my friends: for example. rollerblading. iogging and dancing. 6 What are the , three sports in your school? Karate and ludo are __- - ‘___. .- >0‘ -co-— . . 44.1--. .-v< Teenagers and sport A The British ‘ , sport. in fact, many popular sports 3 from Britain, for example football, rugby, golf and cricket. Britain has got lots of beaches, but the weather isn't very good, so water sports 5 popular with many people. Britain has got lots of green grass. so team sports like football, rugby, hockey and cricket are popular. About 55% of girls and 68% of boys “ a sports club. sports at mufihm lforglrloanz V Netball Badminton 90% Rounders 80% Hockey 79% Athletics I cam talk about popitloir sports and ¢‘lC{lVi{lCJ. 3 Answer the questions. 1 Name four sports that come from Britain. 2 Why aren't water sports very popular in the UK? 3 Are sports clubs more popular with boys or with girls? A which sport is popular with boys and girls? 5 Answer the questions. Write full sentences. 1 What are the top three sports for girls in your country, in your opinion? The top three 2 What are the top three sports for boys in your country. in your opinion? 3 what activities do you do outside school? Young people also 5 other activities with their friends ll'l the evening and at weekends. Dancing, swimming and horse riding are popular with girls. Boys like to 5, to the gym, play pool and 7 martial arts. In the UK. the top five sports for boys are: Football 89% Basketball 84% Badminton 72% 66% 63% Cricket Athletics 18 , Unil2-Freetime
  20. 20. ,: - ‘.2 . _ fr» l-A l -~ - ). ... ‘~L. ... '_. ‘wo .4 Advebs of frequency / 1 Complete the table. 1 always O~V'| bhlhl E'fiiEIH’E'Elfl3flIHH§ E. EfEIE[E E BIS fl, lfllfiifi E E E E'E'! Ii 5' mi N _ . 2 Look at Tom's diary and complete the sentences. Use the adverbs of frequency from exercise 1. Monday Tuesday Vvednesday Thursday Fdday get up at 1, b.1:~Letb. 'all prrschcc. Framework‘ football, bent: at ‘L 0 bed at ll qrl up at ‘l, bla<: ~t»'rfi pr. u*. nu. , itnmeuorlt, home at 0, ‘Rd .31 II qet up .311, bsskcfball Pi'3(. li€f»_ l1ozriet»: wrl<_ football, born: at 1, bed 31 ll “at up 311‘ basketball gzrachce, an: nauot't, out ‘flllh frmrds‘ 0 home at 8. brd at u 5st up at T, basketball practice, nnrn! .wot“K, out with friends, 'mmr M It, bed at I2 Saturday Sunday gtt up at 530, ba: .<ctball practice, out with friends, l'nme at ll, bed at I’). an .1 [ml late‘ basketball acme, O'. l'l“n‘ftl'l‘| frlrnds, item: at 6,” 0 bed by to : :, ay 1 basketball at the sports club ~~- : ‘.v. =.>c. ;~l. ~.3': : bn-: .ketb.1l‘. at tint 1-port! » club DJ tn : -2 ‘ in bed by ten o'clock stay / out until two o'clock - go out with friends lll : av ! football after school » :3 " his homework ‘ : '3v ,1’ computer games 2'3-, in bed late r J um talk about daily f‘r. I:(flllCJ. 3 look at the diagrams about Naomi's daily routine. write two sentences for each diagram using adverbs of frequency from exercises 1 and 2. 1 get up 90% before 8 lnmmgfiamlazllrt 110% after 8 §ll€__llSll“1 qets up btinrc 3,o'L, lqc_K__, $b_c_h; _rdlg _ever gets up after 8 o'clock 2 go to work 60% by DUS fiflliiflflfli I 40% on foot 3 have lunch 100% at work EEEEEIKITEEIH 0% at home Ii come home 10°/ o early E: ‘ : 90°/ o late S be in bed 50% before 11 Filfifllfil l 50% after 11 Complete the table about your Saturday. Tick (I) the boxes. :9 =7 5 § $ do my homework . < C i play football go dancing l read books , - i listen to music _ l : - 2 . § c 5"” E‘? _-5 -S c‘ E 5 3 a write sentences about what you do on Saturdays. 1 I do my homework. 2 3 , Ia , , , 5 , , CHALLENGE! 1 Write a paragraph about what you do on Sundays. Use adverbs of frequency. Unit2-Freetlme ( 19
  21. 21. _ I Ulll . -iitn'crJf. -.im' cl 1’. iitorgitziitc nrriclc . ibt7ii! rpcr/ . / 3 Read the text quickly. What is it about? Choose a. b or c. a Food and drink at a taekwondo school. it A very popular hobby in Australia. c A day's training at a tac-kwondo school. 1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. ears eyes foot fingers head legs mouth , .._ neck toes My feet have got five . V . Taekwondo school I see with my “isle” with my Jane Williams comes from My hams have 3°‘ five * Sydney, Australia, but she's Halk wnh my * * in South Korea for a month You kick a football with your . . You think with your . My , is between my head and my shoulders. We use our to walk and run. She’s a student at the Changwon School of Taekwondo. In this interview, Jane talks to Taekwondo Magazine I _ 22.. ‘ about life at the school. L .1 O@lOU|4bWN-‘ Label the parts of the body. 1‘ TM Tell me about a typical *~—— —. _ l day. Do you get up very early? JW Yes, we do. We get up about six o’clock TM What time do you start training? JW About seven o'clock, after breakfast. TM How do you train? JW In the mornings, we train our legs, arms, stomachs and backs. We do exercises and we run, but we don't fight. TM Do you train in the afternoons too? JW Yes, we do. After lunch, we practise fighting. TM Is it dangerous? JW No, not really. The teachers are very good. TM How do you understand the teachers? Do they speak English? JW No, they don't. But I speak a little Korean. TM What time does training finish? JW At six o'clock. We have dinner, and then the evenings are free. We listen to music or sit and talk, but we hardly ever go out. I'm usually in bed by nine o'clock! ‘I Choose the correct words to complete the sentences. 1 Jane comes from Korea / Australia. 2 Training begins before / after breakfast. 3 The students practise fighting in the morning / afternoon. ti Jane talks to the teachers in English / Korean. 5 In the evenings. the students are usually in I out. 6 lane usually goes to bed early I late. /5“) Unit 2 - Free time
  22. 22. 1 DJ 3 _ - ' tr- if" Giving an opinion/ Complete the sentences with the words in the box. pad brilliant favourite hate interested Drefer stand what I Ir{r. ri't rap music. 2 Who's your actress? 3 Ave-, vnu in sport? r 5 your favourite film? 5 I criniputergamesihc-y'ro awful. 6 ilove Tom Cruise. He's ! 7 ‘Do you like Michael Ba| la(k? ' ‘He's not . ' 8 I li, ‘--.9 pop music, bull rock music. It's great! Give your opinion of these people and things. Use the verbs and adjectives in the box. Verbs can'tstzmd hate like love Adjectives allriglit awful brilliant great notbad OK terrible I .1-nesBondfIlms 7 ' ": '~ri ‘rim-‘-2 Twit-{re 1,27.-t K) Computer games 3 Br-yoncé Knowles . . . r'i‘t‘_1rre-, r S _'. (iSSlC[1| music 6 miastaria . '.‘rite the object pronouns. Subject pronoun Object pronoun 1 mt ‘.311 2 he 3 , she 4 .2 5 . e 6 , T , you 7 , , 7 they 8 _ , , . ’ mi: L'(pr"CJJ my liked‘ . ritd' a. ’I. ,riii<c. :. ll Complete the sentences. Use the correct object pronoun. 1 Idon't listen to reggae music. Idon't like , 2 Robbie Williams is great. I love 3 These are my new CD5. 00 you like i? It This is important. Please listen to , I 5 Do you want to come with to the cinema? 6 I like Maria. I want to sit next to . 7 This is a present for . I hope you like it. 5 Read the dialogue. Write the missing subject and object pronouns. Mark Are you interested in football? Rachel Yes, 1 am. I love ’ Mark Who's your favourite player? Rachel Frank Lampard. Mark Really? L , , isn't bad. I suppose. Rachel 50 who do you like, then? Mark Ronaldhino and Steven Gerrard. ‘ ‘re brilliant players. Rachel Yes. I like '2 , _ too. And I love Wayne Rooney. Mark Rooney? I can't stand » Write a dialogue like the one in exercise 5. Choose a different hobby. sport or interest. Use the ideas in the boxes or your own ideas. books computergames fashion films sport actor/ actress designer game player Sue Ar»: you iriterz-sled ill Tom Yes, I . ‘.rT‘. I love Sue Tom Sue I-’-e.1l'. y7 Tom Sue Tom Sue Unit2-Freetime K21 singer writer
  23. 23. 1 cm write . ll1 An / .l»m0m: zm1:: l1! for . l club. T E ‘= :-. :--'__ Pfeparaflgn ll and / do) fit I gymnastics / get 1 Complete the announcement with the imperatives in the box. 5 next I come / our/ meeting / to bring come don't forget ioin phone 6 favourite / your / hobby / talk about l Photography Club it Have you got "~"‘ -‘r/ _ar-; “m: N 1| Complete the sentences with the prepositions in the box. about at at for on on to a camera? ‘N ‘V F’ 1 We meet x. .oo p. m. Fridays. ml ~ ‘ 2 We meet a café. Do you like photography? I ‘ 3 Please come our club. ; Then ’ our club. We meet every 4 we talk 0”, h0bby_ l Saturdag morning at Luke's house. 5 Call me 07754 36523. We bring our cameras and look at our photos on 5 We Dlav l9"""5 ‘Un- Lukes computer. writing guide Every month we have a ‘Best photo‘ competition. You can see the photos on our website 5 Write an announcement for one of the clubs in the box. Follow the writing plan below. Write 50-70 words. ' t° ‘? ”r °h°[°9'aph9 dub! Sports basketball club cycling club football club I n a f"e”d! gymnastics club karate club tennis club volleyball club ‘, Luke on 07784 930324. Other activities art club book club computer club ’ to visit our website and see our dance Club music Club Dh0l08|'3PhY Club N photos rollerblading club running club walking club www_Iuke5ph°t°¢| ub_¢om 1 Give the name ofthe club. 2 Ask a question. 3 Say when and where it meets. 2 Read the announcement again. Put infonnation a—h in the It Say what you do at the club. ¢°"9“ °'d°'- 5 Use an imperative — tell them to come to the club. a when they meet ’ 6 Give a name and phone number. b website 7 Tell them to visit your website. c name ofthe club I (1 who to phone about the club 1 , (_i. ..b e what they do every week 2 ? f whem "WV meet ’ 3 l'htr_icil~. mu; club 3 what they do every month h phone number 3 Put the words in the correct order to make imperatives. 1 your/ tell I friends 2 club / our / loin 3 visit / website / our /3) Unit 2 - Freetime ‘ ,1:-*1"
  24. 24. .5ELF. .: -5.1’. i 22 d the clues and complete the crossword. Across (-) 3 ‘Do you like Green Day? ’ ‘They're not ' 6 I love games. 7 We ever watch TV. ‘ do you live? ‘ ‘In London. ‘ ‘.0 Can you a photo with my camera? 11 I often a book in bed. 13 I'm very interested in . I love clothes. 17 Do you want to volleyball with us? ‘-8 2: """"’ _ L’: = , rm arr; ,_, _ L-. un11_. Down (I) 1 I can’t football. It's awful! 2 We visit relatives at the weekend. - I do my homework before dinner. 5 music do you like? ‘ ‘Rock and R and B ' 5 I never listen to dance music. It's I2 Mark play tennis? '. ‘. School starts at eight o'clock sol get up at seven. “ I Christina Aguilera. She's awful! '6 ‘ do you do gymnastics? ’ ‘On Saturday momings. ' ‘.9 I usually school. E for a walk after 10 18 2 A 3 5 6 8 9 I2 II I 11. is _ is 17 I 19 I CAN Read the statements. Think about your progress and tick one of the boxes. 8;: = I need more ‘_—' = I sometimes 7' * = No probleml practice. find this difficult. : ‘ ’ ’ . _ L‘ ‘ 7 " '2‘. I can talk about sports and hobbies. (S8 p. 18) I can ask about people's hobbies and interests. (SB p. 19) I can talk about popular sports and activities. ($3 p. 20) I can talk about daily routines. (SB p. 21) I can understand a magazine article about sport. (58 p.22) I can express my likes and dislikes. (SB p.24) I can write an announcement for a club. (SB p. 25) Self Check - 2 “:3
  25. 25. OOOOOOIOOIIIOOIIIIIOOO COCOO0000000OOIOIOOQBOIOOOOCOOO000000000 Puruunorrr Reading 1 Write five things you know about Australia and New Zealand. 1 Read the text quickly and choose the best title. a A student who lives in an Australian family. it What life is like in Australia and New Zealand. c The dilferences between Australia and New Zealand. ,3 Match the highlighted words in the textwith the definitions below. 1 foodcookedinthegardenonatire 2 the part of the country that is nearthe sea 3 rooms for living in, usually in one building b having too many people in a small space 5 the people who lived in a country first Read the text again and choose the most suitable heading (A—F) tor paragraphs (1-4). There are two extra headings that you do not need. Living Down Under 1 E] In both Australia and New Zealand. the weather is wann and the cities are not 7%. so people spend a lot of time outside. There are ‘MB in the cities but people prefer to live in a house with a garden. Families spend hours in their gardens. growing flowers and vegetables. playing and having Iflflilliiifi. 2 E] Playing and watching sport is a very important part of life in both countries. Water sports are very popular. In Australia 75% ofthe population lives less than 80 kilometres from the B and in New Zealand you are never more than 125 kilometres from the sea. So almost everyone Ieams to swim, and sailing and surfing are also popular. Australia has got some top tennis players. too. 3 C] The of Australia and New Zealand were the Aborigines and the Maori. In both countries you can find signs of English and Aboriginal or Maori culture. and this is often surprising to visitors. English is the main language in both countries. but in New Zealand Maori is an official language, too. In Australia. you can find English place names. like Brighton. next to Aboriginal place names. like Wagga Wagga. In New Zealand. English names, like Hamilton. are next to Maori names, like Ngaruawahia. A E] Some older people still talk about ‘home’ and mean Britain. and you can still find things that really belong to Britain more than Australia or New Zealand. At Christmas. ’ 26 i Get readyioryourexamt for example. you can buy and send Christmas cards with pictures of snow and wood fires. although the temperature may be 25°C and people spend Christmas Day on the beach! What do Australians eat on Christmas Day? Who lived in Australia and New Zealand before British people came there? What ball sports are popular in New Zealand? Why are water sports so popular in Australia and New Zealand? What are homes like in Australia and New Zealand? What do Australians and New Zealanders do at Christmas? ‘WM Ufi W) Exarvr Tasx —1,‘= .. u. ’ Lr1_gt«<. !1 Complete the e-mail with the words in the box. There is one extra word that you do not need to use. W: feIltr'“. W:iet‘3 staying look midnight see visit Ht there Imagine, It's almost ' here, and I don’: need cl lamp to Wille this. We are Ill Reyiqavrk, the capital of ICC-lann to ‘ , my father w‘n0’s ‘l(‘a( hung at the um. -ersrtv, ~ here ‘_ term We are ‘ at a wad‘! hotel near the university It I out of the window, I can ' mountains everywhe'e ice and clear, white snow rm L‘T‘jO‘rP-Q minute of our trip Yesterday I saw some gC'[r$Or<. and a rm‘ volcano eruption l'I email you sorrn photos . -alien I ' back to London and All the best, Rob ‘OO0ICOCOOOCOOOOOODOOOIOIOOICOOU PIIPARAHOII: Listening Answer the questions. 1 How many people are there in your family? 2 Who do you live with 3 where do you live? 4 Do you often see your grandparents? 5 What are your parents’ jobs? 6 What activities do you do with your family? TIPS I Read the sentences before you listen. 0 Listen to each recording and underline the wrong word. It can appear anywhere in the sentence. 0 Check your answers to make sure the corrections make sense.
  26. 26. EXAM TASK — Listening 9 LISTENING 1 Listen to three teenagers talking about themselves. Each of the statements contains some false nformation. Underline the wrong word and write the correction. Ten people live in Maurizio's house. right I 2 Maurizio plays football in the evenings. 3 Kasia's mother works in a shop. A v(asia's grandfather is out of work. 5 ? edro's family lives in a city. 6 °edro can‘! ride a horse. IOIOCOOOOIOOOOOIOOCOOIOOOICOCOOOO PIEPARAHON: writing an informal letter 1 Complete the letter with the words in the box. O . . -4.. -4~~. g.c- . am have works so come‘ lliré -----~ _, __. ,. -, . new _. ... .-_. . ; ,;. .. Hm. . "I K n. , ‘V-.17’ ‘Uta 9.: .w. r H, name if . ‘1.: rro : T +’r. *n-. ’_r. :r1’. 'n I m Za3r£l'D . » 1 . ‘ha ‘ ti .1”, or m, ;o, ur. ‘.~, L :1 0 ‘ . I . . 5'«_*‘ns_. .mI -r ‘. ‘'F_: N, or]? /‘Aer lf- /1‘ ml. ’ 171', ‘ 5/S-fer 0 _ A ' , .‘__ I lb , .:. ,u: « Jul . . : " "Mm; r l_: fi-. - (uni uni, in fire, . r; ~g. .‘. ‘ii, ". .“I1r. : i‘ 1- n: <.’3r, ~ 'A‘. {lt'. "mI‘ 0 - , . Q - : "L', ‘l" ti» , ;-ugh I . " ' r r I -7,. n~, ..m. , . :.r'; r, la, 1 r, -:. ‘i. /1:1:-_«z, ;~». _~. ,-e (;5pc; .;ri: l‘. i, , . _: 1‘. ‘r: g '1‘-2". .411"/ ."“‘. $ J, " , o . J, » '1'. '_, " D . " 4! _o '0 Q o I . . . o 2 Read the exam task below. Decide what rnfonnatron to intlude in your letter. TIP 0 Don't forget to check your letter carefully. Have you included all the necessary information? Is the language correct? EXAM TASK - Writing Write a letter (100-1 20 words) to your friend abroad. Include the following information: o nationality and home town - age and information about brothers and sisters - your parents‘ jobs 0 your likes and dislikes OOCCOOCOOOCIOOIIICC. DCCOC0'ICCCICCCOIIOICC. CC. I.. .UOCCOUIOCIOOIOOIOOCCOI Pm-aurlorrr Speaking A 1 a 1 Do, play or go? Complete the table with the activities In the box. Add more words to the chart. 2 Complete the dialogue with the missing words. A you any hobbies? 8 Yes. I play squash. A How do you 3 Once or twice a week. A who you play squash B My friend. A you any special equipment? 8 Yes, a racket and a small ball. And. of course; the court where we play. squash? ? you like this activity? Because it's fun and I get a lot of exercise. you start plavins Squash? 8 About ayear ago. TIPS Read the exam task carefully and answerthese questions: 0 what is the topic? 0 who starts the conversation? - what information do you need to share? >fl> You are talking to a friend from England about the way you spend your free time. 0 Tell him/ her what you like doing best in your free time. 0 Tell him/ her how often you do this activity. 0 Ask him/ her questions about how he/ she spends his/ her free time. (the examiner/ your partner starts the conversation. ) Getreadyforyourexarui A1!’ A7‘.
  27. 27. g ‘ » . :§.9.C0j¢A| lf! l1i! R. ':‘x. IHl! :1lSI£! l|llt5l Q . ..: ;b' School subjects/ M. .. _ , 1 Complete your school timetable for Monday and Tuesday. art and design biology chemistry design andtechnology(D8.T) English French geography German history information and communication technology (ICD maths music physical education (P. E.) religious education (R. E.) Spanish TIMETABLE ~. . _- . .. , - . _ _ , 2 Write about you. Complete the sentences with school subjects. 1 My favourite subjects are and 2 I don't like , , , or 3 I'm good at and it I'm not very good at or 3 Write the times. 1 It': . sir oilnck 2 3 4 5 6 7 T _ 8 / 26 , Unit3°School life 1 (mt talk about my mica! .mb, 'czt: . *I“ . n,. _ v~ T-—» . ~---~. -~-; ;.. .-"EH! *=h=4iii“ '-11-a”“:1-lz“t1mi. ».~= .-iii-‘w*7 ’ yea-. ol. ... _,, __ ‘_ V‘, 11 Label classroom items 1-7 with the words in the box. bin board CDplayer clock cupboard desk shelves 5 Look at the picture and answer the questions. Use the prepositions of place in the box. behind between in in front of near nextto on opposite under 1 Where's the poster? lt'<. brtwmi tire sivrlus. and the board 2 Where's the CD player? 3 Where's the cupboard? 4 Where’s the chair? 5 Where's the desk? 6 Where's the bin? , . 1
  28. 28. DJ trsiriiritriiititsi . er is / there are a, Complete the sentences. Use there isn't or there aren't. i‘ can dcrcribc hint! .. ._. . 2- Z im in .1 “ham. _. fie. »-v‘ ' —-. .»_V ‘‘z-’ 4 Read the text and complete the picture. 1 a desk in my bedroom. _ _ _ ' . 2 any posters on the W8“. There s a window opposite the door. There are blinds 3 a pen in my bag. on the window. Next to the window is a clock. The time ‘ any Shams in the dassmom is quarter past ten. In front ofthe board is the teacher's 5 any girls in our Claw desk. There's a computer and three books on the desk. 6 a W in my bedroom‘ Near the desk there's a cupboard and between the 7 a hm under me desk. cupboard and the desk there's a bin. The teacher's l 3 any Students in the dasswom chair IS in front of the desk. There's a notice board on the wall next to the door. There are two posters on the notice board. Label the pictures with the words in the box. bikes book cars CD5 computer dogs girls pencils 5 write questions and short answers. Use there is or there are. 1 (a CD player on the desk? /) is than .2 (,0 player on the draw? Yes, 1l1rrc__; s, (any children in the classroom? X) 3 (any books on the shelves? I) 7 8 Ii (any plants near the window? I) ‘tow write sentences about the pictures with there is or there are and the correct number. 5 (any posters in your bedroom? )0 i there: Jr! fr-‘O bikes _ __ _ 2 6 (a pen in your bag? X) 3 — 7 (a notice board on the wall? X) 5 6 , 8 (any computers in the school? /) 7 U4 nan} Unit 3 - School life ( 51$
  29. 29. Icmt . ‘:. ‘4. »: . z'if¥crc-2.’ . . _'-. .:: _. 2 —o—. <.'. .,. ,x'c; '6 Read the text again. Are the sentences true 0’) or false (F)? . ,_‘f", '*‘4_: I‘_ _‘v—-’. ,y. ‘,, _ ‘ _ . s: -.-sm*. *Cu. ~:1w: -'3.": :r-Masha. .. 1 Students in Avnerican schools all study the same subjects. 1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. age compulsory exams private same subject ‘ 2 There are seven years in American secondary M 1 ‘What's your favourite ? ' ‘English. ’ education. :5: 2 Do you take , , before you leave school? 3 All students stay at school until they are 18. 3 He goes to a school. It costs £10,000 a lo Students take the same exams in every school year. in the USA. 1: ldon’t study history - it isn't 5 In our country. we start secondary school at the or thirteen. Cl-IALLENG El 5 A" ‘he 5'“d°”t5 E" °“' ‘I355 5“"dV me we Write about secondary education in your country. Use the SUbi8ClS- phrases in the box to help you. start school at the age of study (10) subjects compulsory choose stay at school until take exams leave school find jobs 5 Most students go to state schools. Match the verbs with the nouns. 1 start/ leave a an exam 2 take b aiob 3 Study C school We start secondary school to find d asubject ’ ’ 3 Choose the correct verbs to complete the text. Sewndarry caloccartwn. l IN THE tr Lia‘ :7“ -. §: :.i3 ‘sees? ’ ' ‘S 1 In the USA students 1 stay / start their secondary education at the age of 1 1, First they 7 go / take to Middle School for three years. Then they go to High . School for four years, from the age of 14 to 18. Some ' 0' students 3 choose / leave school when they are 16 and " study / find jobs. But most students 5 stay/ choose at High School until they are 18. Then they ° start / take exams and they get a ‘High School Diploma’. There aren't any national exams. All students at secondary schools in the USA 7 study! I ‘ I ' ‘ *‘ l find English, maths, science and RE, but students 1 _ 3 leave / choose other subjects, so they don't all study l , y- ' i‘ V the same subjects. I ; . ‘- i. ., About 90% of students in the USA go to state schools. [I ' } 4-’ i_ .4 , g_. l it About 10% go to private schools. Most of the private [ ‘ schools are religious schools. l—~ » so '-2-; ~:*: -:-: -. Al '/ ‘P 23 Unit 3 - School life
  30. 30. o ‘ e have to 1: ‘plate the sentences with the correct fonn of have to (I) : ‘on't have to (X). 1 A can »{<. rcrtbc my ia‘Lu. l' Jciwol. / : ~.w help his mum with the cooking. (I) read lots of books for the exam. (I) do the washing. ()0 ‘. mum 3 - E16 and Sally go to the supermarket. (X) drive my dad to work. ()0 study an and design. (I) -, 2 ‘-. at the pictures. Write sentences about Ann with the ; :'. 'ect form of have to or don't have to and the words in - a box. : ; "3' a lot of books to school 2‘, 3y chemistry walk home an ear 3 school uniform get up before severufclock walk to school that you have to do every day. 3 Complete the questions with have to and the verbs in the box. Then write true answers. come do getup -39 tidy walk wear 1 Do you Live to go_ to school on Saturday? 2 _ before eight o'clock on Sunday moming? 3 j a school uniform? is _ , , your bedroom? 5 to school? — L 6 , _, a lot of homework evegevening? 7 , bioTogy? ’ 8 home before eleven o'clock at; e_weekend? 15 Put the words in the correct order and add have to to make sentences and questions. 1 you / do / French / study] ? Do you l)agc_to_stud_y FrenLh7 2 don't / we / at school / computers I use 3 RE. lessons / we / basketball / play] in 1+ eady/ getup/ you/ do/ ? W 5 to the / we / teacher] listen 6 school / at I John I hard / does / work/ ? 7 exams / don't / they I take / year/ every CHALLENGE! Imagine you are a teacher at your schooL Write five things l I i l 7 Unit 3 0 School life ‘ 29
  31. 31. ‘ f§U. lK. G>i= i « 1 can b(| ‘.r. {t'J‘J[yTi‘, .1 . r.. :.' rung. ’ / M . -lii. crmclc . rbc. ~4.! 4:. ’-. .'. '.‘_', : ,?""’i , ,.. ».i= i.~. .,. «,, 1! Read the text. Match headings A—E with paragraphs 1-5. A why do parents choose home school? B How do they meet other children? C What do home school students think? 0 What is home school? E Are the subjects and exams the same? 1 Label the parts of the school. Use the words in the box. canteen computerroom corridor gym library playingfield staff room stairs School is important for children and teenagers. They study at school, and they also make friends there. But some children don't go to school. They have lessons at home with their parents. 2 Some families live along way from towns or cities so it‘s impossible for the children to travel to school. Other parents teach their children at home because they don't like normal schools. 3 Most home school students study the same subjects as students at normal schools and they take the same exams. for example GCSEs when they are 16 and Advanced Level exams when they are18. A Home school students study at home on their own so they 2 Match 1-6 with a-f. 1 have b 3 problems don't meet other children very often. But home school students 2 prepam b dime, sometimes meet other home school students and do sports or 3 Stay ( friends other activities together. It travel d to school 5 _ ~ g 5 discuss e for a night Jamie and Ellen are home school students. iamie says. ‘I love 6 make f lessons home school. You can go at your own speed. And you don't have to get up early! ‘ Ellen says. ‘Home school is OK. but it's difficult to make new friends. ’ 3 Complete the sentences with the phrases in exercise 2. 1 We usually havcdinncr at eighto’c| ocl<. - 7: I n 2 How do You '. BV bus’ 5 Are the sentences true for home school students. students at 3 The machefi '" the 5”” '°°'“' nonnal schools, or both? Write HS. NS or both. is Teachers in the School of the Air They study on their own. 'hth'tdt thtlh. wit eirsu en son e eep one Theytake GCSE exams. 5 Students do sport together and at the , , . , . , Their parents don't like normal schools. Sports Camival in Alice Springs. __, 6 School of the Air teachers sometimes at V-" They have to get up early. It's sometimes impossible to travel to school. 1 2 3 4 It's easy for them to make friends. 5 their students’ homes. 6 ‘ 30 l Unit}-School life
  32. 32. I cum mtdcrrfmuf Vt ' ' I I ’ ' »’. i1dV5]lAi‘C dircationu. gE, .;. ,_ Giving directions / “_. .. . _= Del the pictures with the words in the box. 2 Put the dialogue in the correct order. 2-) Goalong Godown Gopast Gothrough ‘sup Turn Turn Oh, right. Where's that? I'm new here. Excuse me. Do you know where the library is? Thanks very much. Yes DUDE’ Oh. OK. Go along this corridor and turn right. The library is on your left. opposite the staff room. Yes. it's near the canteen. _ You're welcome. 3 look at the plan and write two dialogues following the example in exercise 2. 1 A c; :mlc_crt V 2 B Yes. its tlrffil‘ _ 1 the corridor. 2 the staff room. TUE] -J‘” 3 the stairs. I0 the stairs. A Oh, rit3‘nt where's that? I'm my: ‘nan T 3 L A Yes. » _ _ B . T, _ , A , , - - B ‘iQtl'_r't_tgg_lcot]1t _ 2 A computer mom 3 8 Yrs its rrar thc A Oh, rght ~'hrrr'. =~ that? I'm new here B _ A B A ’ the doors. 8 outside. B _ ~ V . .., _- - no Mw " no ‘ Yollel) I . , Uawooml _ ‘fallen ' Classroom 5 First floor Cl-W°°'*'6 ch , 13700!“ (Inuoom B Uhnry _‘ sumoom F v- . 3 (I up (Mitten A _ Oasuoom I " ROCQp(|0n Hood Tucker —- ' Ground floor ¢. .,, ,,, .,, ., _ ’ X — Y be TolleuT Won N Yoil-ts Unit3°$choollife (31
  33. 33. I am ducribc or week at my rchaal. PIQFIIIHOII Q Complete the information about St Teresa's School. 1 Correct two mistakes with capital letters in each sentence. Mm m “had Lessons start Number of lessons in the morning T Break is from: to _. teacher‘: Smith Ourieaeheris name is Mr smith. Lunch is at _¥ in the afternoon, lessons start at Number of lessons in the afternoon School finishes: we don't study history or Geography. i go to a School in London. lane and tom are from the Uk. Today is monday 5 febniary. W. -[fins gum. ‘where's take from? ’ ‘the USA. ’ 5 Read the information about Greenwood School. write a note to a new student. Follow the plan. Use the note in exercise 3 to help you. write 80-100 words. 2 Rewrite the sentences. Add capital letters. Nrive at school 330 1 is it friday today? l—“‘°°"5 93"" 345 I Number of lessons in the morning. b Break i5 from i050 to u l0 Lunch is at; US in the afternoon, lessons start at 7.00 Number of lessons in the afternoon 3 ‘School finishes‘ 5.00 2 marco and antonella are from florence in italy. 3 pete and i study french but we don't study german. it my dad's birthday is 18 may. 5 my cousin's name is sam. he lives in dubiin in ireland. 1 Welcome the new students. 2 Write about the moming. 6 queen elizabeth lives in buckingham palace. 3 Write about lunch. 4 Write about the afternoon. 3 Complete the note with the words in the box. l St Teresa's Secondary School! I hope you enioy your first week. You have to be at school ’ . Lessons start at 9.00. There are live lessons in the moming. three before is and two after. The moming break is from 10.45 to 11.00. Lunch is at 1.00. Most students buy lunch as . But you don't have to — some students bring sandwiches. 5 at 2.00. There are three lessons in the aftemoon. School finishes at 4.00. 'F/ 32 ’ Unit 3 0 School life
  34. 34. ‘if ' r: .1 g by ‘: ,__ . AI! x'I 3 and Do you study communication technology? 7 Peter to wear a uniform to school. 5 you have to get up early? S is a CD player in your classroom? ‘J ‘Are there any books in the cupboard? ’ ‘No, there . ' 72 Go through the doors and the library is your right. 13 The canteen is on the right and the library is on the left. They are , , _ each other. ‘.7 me. Where is the canteen? ‘S Classroom 10 is to classroom 11. 19 Go up the Down (1) 7 This is a book. I 3 This is a book. 1'‘ 9., ‘ - Mandy can go out tonight. She have to do any homework. 6 Go the corridor. 5 and technology is my favourite subject. ‘.1 There are two posters on the f board 1.’. ._. 1;: i :1-: .:. .’? , 2 ll 3.7 ' 15 L ‘.6 Turn at the end of the corridor. to 3 U 5 7 10 1'. -‘ 1. 1r, 13 _ 17 18 =9 I CAN Read the statements. Think about your progress and tick one of the boxes. : '.f = I need more ' * = I sometimes * " = No problem! practice. find this difficult. .. - _‘ . . _ _ _ ‘ Ican talk about my school subjects. (58 p. 28) Ican describe what is in a room. (58 p. 29) I can talk aboutdifferent school systems. (SB p. 30.1 I can describe my ideal school. [SB p. 31) lcan understand and react to an article about schools. (58 p. 32) lcan understand and give directions. (58 p. 3/0 I can describe a week at my school. (58 p. 35) ’_ Selicheck - 3 K33 ‘
  35. 35. I (mt tfucrtbc i-.1-t. -.3 . r.: mccw. c is wcuriittj. 1 look at the pictures and complete the puzzle. Find the word 1 Steve has 801 3 WU? lafikel . 3 White . a that isn't illustrated (-Ir). . shoes and 3 / o 5 2 ]u| ia 3 Ella 3 Complete the sentences about you. 1 Ioften wear 2 lsometimes wear 3 I never wear _—; ;._. ____. .___. ... _,. - _1_-14iHi-lint! -if3:}fi7+”£3-T97{'}: *.l! I*. ‘.IZ’ . ..n. .,. .,, . _u_ It Complete the adjectives. Use a, e. i, o and u. Then match the pairs of opposites. 1 U37- . . i Q < 3 U0 "‘= '0Q"‘Ofl. i'U'ID 0' U0 2 Look at the picture and the key. Complete the sentences about Steve. Then write sentences about Julia and Ella. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 a—h O ,3.. . CHALLENGE! ‘ Think of more pairs of opposite adjectives. 1 , T and and , , _ and and and <’ E1 Colour key:1=black 2=white 3=blue -'o= red S= yellow 6=pink V‘éU)N re‘ /3?) Unit to - Time to party!
  36. 36. IO : '~~. = boys are dancing. I . ‘ a is dancing. 3 Zare is smiling. - “*2 boys are eating pizza. 5 . la is wearing a dress. 1: -plete the sentences. Use the verbs in the box and the resent continuous. rat eat have leave sit watch wear write ‘. n a sandwich. I ‘. '.r brother and sister TV. 3 shorts and a T-shirt. - . '.-. = the house now. 3 mu on my glasses. : '. '.aria .3 letter to her penfriend. ‘ a great time in Italy. '. 'ark to his friend. 2: red the sentences. Use the present continuous. : ‘rmative and negative. '. -arry is wearing shoes. X (trainers / ) -- ws :4"! ~»r, arii[: i shore ifs wcarii‘. :'}1r, aiiier»: ‘ I ‘. '.’-3‘re watching TV. X (a DVD / ) 3 ‘m drinking coffee. X (tea / ) - . enny's wearing a skin. If (a dress / ) ‘II .3 and Rupert are driving to London. X (to Oxford / ) ‘hat girl is smiling at you. X (at me / ) n ; . I . I can . iLJu'rbc , -.l'r. '.! u I1a. ;7,'. >ur1ri-tr} in .1 picmrc. 1! Put the words in the correct order to make questions. 1 Cathy / is I sleeping I ? 2 eating I friends / are / what I your] ? 3 you I going to / bed I why/ are I? lo Dave I playing / and I are I Sarah / tennis I? 5 the sun I shining / is I ? 6 we-aringI is I what I Tony I? 5 Match answers a—f with the questions in exercise 4. a No, it isn't. b Yes, they are. c leans and a T-shirt. d Yes. she is. e A pizza. f Because it's late. <_iL, ,., CHALLENG E1 Describe the photo. What are these people doing? - the girl in the skirt - the girl in jeans 0 the boy in the T-shirt 0 the man in the white shirt . . _ '9 . - . .—-—r 5’ TI __ ‘ _. .‘ §. __’. ‘ Ir -‘J . ‘.' 41.. ..-: ; Li. ’ , .. .. . . par‘ “" _ - ; 2 ' I. ‘ ‘ .1.. . 4 -‘-r ' - . ¢”‘. .—‘snn i 40¢-IV“ ' 2 a-. ’,-‘ '1‘? '3-It-_—"" ', 4!’- . <V__v , cl ” 7 7- -' i, ‘:. ... ".". ’.' ' . - g __ __ 2.. ‘ Eve -V“. '_‘ A [ . 5‘. , . ,. . ‘." ‘_. . Ate )’‘w . _ » I _ , .. . .. ,. .'. '.~a. M, ! ‘k " '_‘. .'. . . m P’ f The gir1 in the skin is Unit is - Time to party! 35
  37. 37. _-—; E E Fuji Rock Festival / ‘wnbnrg 2 What are they doing? 1 1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. Look at the photo and answer the questions. 1 Read the text and choose the correct answers. I can . ''c. rt'r: £‘c : 2 talk about . -.2.-; ;: ‘: :.'; . , The Fuji Rock Festival lasts perform stage standsfor takes place Glastonbury Festival for three days. The bands perform on an enormous WOMAD ‘World of Music. Arts and Dance’. The lntemational Dance and Music Festival in the USA. About 3,000 dancers V at the lntemational Dance and Music Festival. This Is a photo of the singer Bjork. She's from Iceland, but here she's performing on a stage at a rock music festival in Japan. The Fuji Rock Festival takes place every year in Naeba, Japan. and it lasts for three days, from 30 July to 1 August. You can hear lots of great international bands and singers. for example, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Eminem and Snow Patrol. Japanese Where are the people? Where is Bliirk performing? bands and singers also perform there. There are A in ice| and, 3 in japan_ c in the usA_ seven enormous stages, and every year more than 100,000 people come from all over Japan When does the Fuji Rock Festival take place? to hear the music More than 30.000 people can A '" “"9 5P""8- watch bands at the big ‘Green Stage’ in the B In the summer. centre of the festival. C lnthewinter. _. -- --. - --— — ———« What bands can you hear at the festival? A international bands only. CHALLENGE! § Write about a music festival in your country. Include this 3 Japanese bands only. ; infonnation. C Japanese and international bands. ~ ; - the name ofthe festival How many stages are there? - where it takes place A‘n"ee_ 3 sevem ( Eleven - when it takes place. and how long it lasts i - the type of music How many people come to the festival? 3 About 100.000. C About a million. l A About 30,000. 1 How many people can watch bands on the ‘Green Stage‘? A 300.000 people. 8 About 3.000 people. 1 C More than 30,000 people. Z‘ 36 7 Unit 4 - Time to party!
  38. 38. -} I-3 DJ . J t)~lV| I I cam my how well I can do Idkliéfitliljl. _ r. .-- 3 B d adverbs / . Juno . a—w : .—n/ aok at the table. Complete the sentences with can or can’! ‘I Write sentences using the present continuous and adverbs. -. d verbs or phrases from the table. _ -‘ i’. Mike Sue Tom 7}. . play the piano I I X / -"r r - drive a car I . / . / V * £13.; 3 _ ride a bike I x I “' ’ ' ‘ speak French I X X 1 Tanya / play / good Tang: is playrnri '-vii‘. Mike can play the piano and he a bike. ‘ Sue a car. but she can't ridg a bike. .7 ——- V. — Tom French and he _ the piano. ' Mike and Tom . but Sue can't. 5 % )‘_, Tom and Sue ’ but Mike can. ' —. E_('.9t_, Tom the piano but Sue and Mike , , — “ — Mike. Sue and Tom 2 Ben / swim I fast . '.hat can you do? Write questions and true answers with can. DJ II A I -A r-J o- ‘ cook . rite the adverbs. ; :~~. you cook? . D -J 3:} us‘ i cln / No, l _(. a_r_1:_t_ . it t play a musical instrument ride a bike speak Russian stand on your head swim 100 metres USE 3 computer slow sic-«lg S careful early hard quick 6 easy 7 beautiful 8 fluent 6 Jamie and Beth / play / happy ii '‘‘‘i‘: ;'‘ " ' Unit Ii - Time to party! 37
  39. 39. can; re I". .. . ~ Celebrity lookalikes , —-. ._. . 3 Complete the text with the words in the box. attre meme": boring clothes enioy never parties anal unusual An interview with Robbie Williams? is this Robbie Williams? No. it isn't. This man looks like Robbie Williams but his name's Kevin Black. Kevin has an 1 , iob. He goes to parties every weekend. That's because he's a ‘celebrity lookalike‘. Our reporter. lune Richardson. interviewed Kevin. June What do you do in your iob. Kevin? Kevin I go to 7 , , and I dance and sing Robbie Williams songs. June 00 people? , , , you are really Robbie Williams? Kevin No, not very often. I try to look like Robbie. I wear the same ‘ - , . and my hair is the same, but people don't often think I'm really Robbie Williams. June What are you doing *4 ? Kevin This evening. I'm going to a party in London. It‘s a 21st birthday party and I'm singing five Robbie Williams songs. June Do you t your job? Kevin Yes, I love it. It's never 7 and i get up late every morning! June Do you like Robbie Wiiliams's music? Kevin Yes. I do. But I always listen to it when I'm working so I * , listen to it at home. ‘I Read the text again. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 Who is he? Kevin hardly ever goes to parties. Kevin can dance. People never think Kevin is really Robbie Williams. Kevin isn't working this evening. Kevin likes his job. Kevin doesn't like Robbie Williams’ music. 2 What's he wearing? 0U| &AJh)I-I ‘‘'D- X’ 38 ) Unitzurrmeto party!
  40. 40. (. . Making arrangements / rite the telephone conversation in the correct order. 5 -on ~ 5 go on Saturday then. - saying football on Friday. Are you doing anything on : 5”. -day? —* 5 meet outside the disco at 8.30. - -' ne. Listen. Do you want to go to the disco tomorrow _‘,1g? - ~Ih'istina. This is Simon. How are-you? I‘ fistina ’ : "aid I can't. I'm going to the cinema with my sister. 1, about Friday evening? ‘m free on Saturday evening. ,: ’. See you there. Esod idea. ':3d. And you? II 5 ‘ion I-ristina S ‘on Z-'istina S ‘on Eli‘ . ".lv =3 n: : This is fnznnn lion are you? I: -tplete the activities with the words in the box. go go for go lo have swimming the disco the cinema shopping a coffee fishing a walk the beach the park a barbecue 1' mm nmkc arr». rIl-7r: nrci: Ir to nice! .ft})'i‘lC0i‘. C. CHALLENGE! How many more activities can you add? VOD-MINI»-A 3 , , {/ write in. on. at or a tick (I) if they are correct without a preposition. half past five Thursday evening the morning this aftemoon Fnday the weekend night tomorrow tomorrow evening Q®l@U5b-a)NlI-I write true answers. 1 What are you doing this evening? 2 What are you doing tomorrow afternoon? Write a dialogue following the example in exercise 1. Use activities from exercise 2. Clare Hr Tony Thlfr is clan How are you} Tony Clare I'm tint. Liston Do youyiant to Tony fiy: _af_ra. »d I cant I'm Clare , 1 Tony Clare Tony Clare Tony Unit lo - Time to party! i 39
  41. 41. , V i. ..-. V -/ titvmrrtu»: 3: : Preparation 3 Write rec--ESLS with can. 1 Passe E’ szrme CD5. cg ’ . ' — p'. e,2:r‘ 1 Label the pictures with the words in the box. Christmas party birthday party endof-school-year party fancy dress party Halloween party New Year's party 2 P"~°7=5€ 5’ ‘E =3 ‘E 790d‘ 3 Please i. -rue 9351 for me. It Please ‘. -rear ierzv dress. 5 Please bring something to drink. 6 Please let me know ifyou can come. Writing guide ‘I Write an invitation to a party. Follow steps 1-6 below. Write 40-60 words. 1 Greet your friend with Door or Hi 2 Say what type of party you are having. 3 Say the time and day/ date. to Say the place. 5 Make a request with Can you F 6 End the invitation. 5 6 1 2 2 Complete the invitations with the words in the box. 3 Cheers come dress Hi hope Please 4 starts there 5 6 ‘ , Iamtc, i ‘ 7A—” ‘ CHALLENGE! Read the reply to an invitation to a party. Then write a reply to one of the invitations in exercise 2. Thank the I'm having a Hallowmt party on Saturday 3151 October. it at eight o'clock and its at my house. it's a fancy ‘ _ party. Hope you can 4 A y person for the invitation. and then accept or explain why Love 3 you can't go to the party. Melanie H‘ N“- Thant you very nuuh for the m. -ntarirun ‘n you-. ~ ll. -‘r‘i'w. rrii in My Tr: afraid i can't come l)? (.}‘, i*. '~f l’t--: not .2 tuiht '. r«~. r'<-A fil1‘i2‘i1LI"_’. ':‘y 591,. yjmmm, I hope you hat. -r A grral trrrtr ‘ Love Lhristinc K , came to any br'rU’: q/ay / /arty on fridtlg Pi’i? r-z1'»z3fr'o/ I: 7.35. 77:6? / Jalrtg A at my 694.22. I “ to see gm " Can an brag sane £03, please? 4i Ea/ warri . /no’) Unit ti - ‘lime to party!
  42. 42. F - -""~V . a:. .3.! ' . r:-1 mu 4 . »—-. -~ " i, or laoss (~) ‘Are they watching TV? ‘ l 3 ‘Yes. they . ' ‘ -‘ . ' go to the cinema this evening. ’ ‘Good idea. ’ - ‘Can you type? ‘ 5 9 ‘No. I . ' 8 what are you doing , / Friday 1° ” evening? 12 I7 14 gr I The opposite ofoid is _ 4 . '5 '2 Are you free the aftemoon? '3 The opposite of easy is , '5 The adverb from easy is Downlii , . . I CAN 1 m going fishing the weekend. 3 ? @ Read the statements. Think about your progress and tick one of the boxes. ~ = I need more ’ = I sometimes - ~ ~ - = No problem! 5 ‘Do you want to go to the beach tomorrow? ‘ Pfactitfi find this difficult. ‘I'm I can't. I'm playing : —_r~e e. i—*-V77” football. ’ ‘S’ L’ - -- 5 It mining. The sun is Shining I can describe what someone is wearing. ISB p. 38] (It The _, ',, g form of swim is _ _ _ I can describe what is happening in a picture. 9 The adverb from good is . (53 0- 39) '. ‘Are you having a good time? ’ I can describe a photo and talk about music -No_ rm _ _- festivals. (SB p. 140) in The opposite of expensive is ,1‘. I can say how well I can do something. (SB p. 1.1) ’7 Whal M0"d3V? A’? YOU "99 0" I can understand a magazine article and describe Monday? photos. (SB p. /42) i can make arrangements to meet somebody. ' E (53 M1.) I can write an invitation to a party. I58 p. A51 . o——-c. Seifcheck-lo K41
  43. 43. 1."? ’, ’// -«/ I4 ooouoonoooonocoocsoo PREPARATION: Reading 1 What do you know about the education system in England? Complete the sentences with the words in the box. compulsory exams primary private secondary state subjects uniform 1 School is , , from the ages of five to 16. 2 Free schools that the government pays for are , , schools. 3 schools are schools where parents have to pay for their children's education. It Most English students have to wear a _, , , to school. 5 Students have to start , of five. 6 Before they start their GCSEs all students study the same . 7 From the age of 11 students in England go to school. 8 Students who want to go to university do A-level school at the age 2 Read the text quickly and choose the best title. a Families who don't have enough money to send their children to school. to Expensive private schools in England. c Students who go to boarding school away from home. 3 Match the highlighted words in the text with the definitions. rich go to a place regulary the money you pay for a service mostly one ofthe three periods of the school year ‘IO! IOOIOOOOOOOOIOOOOIOIOOIIIIOOOIIIOOIOOIIOOIODOOIIOIIIOOIIOOIIOIOOOOOOIOI VI b V) N U4 -4 7. 1 my. E1.. s__, _ - _- Read the text again. Match the information in the statements (1-5) to the paragraphs (A—C). Then decide if the statements are true (1) or false (F). Public school A Ninety per cent of children in Britain go to state schools but there are also independent schools called public schools. They are not part of the state education system. Only about 10% of children attend public schools and their parents have to pay fees that reach thousands of pounds a year. Most of the children at public schools come from wealthy families but there are some children from families with less money who win scholarships because they are very clever. These students do not have to pay for their education. Irfié. ./ I92 ) Get ready foryourexam2 "31 ~/ /// EXAM 2 -Readlfig -UseolEnglish -saezhi-ig -Listening -wrltlng I 8 There are zoo public schools in Britain and most of them are very old. They include Eton. Harrow and Winchester for boys. and Cheltenham Ladies’ College and Roedean for girls. Most students go to public schools at the age of 13. after atterding a private prep school. The niaiority of public schools are boarding schools where students live during the term. C Public schools have high academic standards. they want their students to pass their exams with high grades. Their students often have better chances to win university places at Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Public school students sometimes have an advantage when they apply for jobs as adults. Some people send their children to public school mainly for this reason. _1[l][ -i 1 Both boys and girls can go to Eton. I 2 A lot ofchildren in Britain go to public schools. i 3 It can be better to go to public school ifyou want to study at y Oxford University. A Not only rich people send their children to public schools. 5 Public school students usually live with their families. Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. After finishing secondary school, some students decide (take) a gap year and go iir. m'>ii I think it is one of the best decisions a young person can make. My brother and the USA last year, and I hope ' tool to Australia alter my exams Some people are worried about (got around $03.12" Al7‘E‘llC3 travelling alone because they think it ri*ic_; ht ‘ (be) dangerous But I think its fine if you plan your IUD carefully and you you can travel with .3 friend lily best trend and l trio‘. take. ‘ risks Oi cr_: ii. .ivxe, (planl our trip at the moment There is a lot of information about gap year; up tie Internet But I think it's a good idea to tall. to people who already ldo) their '. ri: ': You can find out such a lot.
  44. 44. lntnnnnon: Speaking 1 Before you start describing the picture. think about the answers to these questions: 0 Who can you see in the picture? - Where are the people? - Whatare they doing? 0 Are they interested in the lesson? 1 What makes a lesson interesting? Complete the text and then answer the question. I think a lesson is interesting if . An interesting lesson I remember was a lesson ago. I liked it because . The teacher . The students . 785 I Use the present simple or the present continuous to describe the picture. 0 To express your opinion. use the following phrases: in my opinion (believe / think From my point of view EXAM TASK - Speaking Describe the picture. Inn-Annrionz Listening Irite the days of the week in the correct order. fitidai. -In-s had the listening task carefully. Answer the questions. 0 what information do you need to listen for? 0 what type of words are missing in each sentence? EXAM TASK - '. '-J‘-"xvii: 0 USTENINGI; Listen to Mike and Eve talking about a party. Complete the sentences. 1 The party takes place at house. 2 Eve's exam is on 3 Eve has to drive her brother to a(n) , T , competition. Eve's father is in at the moment. Eve and Mike are bringing 7 , to the party. is doing the shopping. The party begins at lOU'| b Pull-Aunon: writing an announcement 1 Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. ‘I organise] I I tour] to / cycling I a / want [Tuesday] on / moming / . 2 something I bring / to I drink] eat [Anna] . 3 outside / the / we / meeting/ are / school] . 2 Complete the announcement with parts of the sentences from exercise 1. ICOCOIOOOOOOCOOOIOQOOIIOOIOOOOICOOIODIOOOOOOOOO i You would like to organise a cycling tour during your stay in Britain. Write a short announcement (60-80 words). Include the following information: 0 what's going to happen . when it's going to happen a what to take with you 0 the meeting place Getreadyforyourexamz ‘ 43 ‘
  45. 45. l 1 can talk about pl. -:5. ararmd H15 warlf. 1 Find eleven more geographical features in the wordsearch. 4 Label the continents. c 3 j F J R I v P 0] R ] At t _<. r<--»_ . ,:. , N, BEREMM‘QDALM; Z .2. / ff‘ _ _ _ . . . 4 . 7, . . e is ‘ 1 —< _ , _. F, RAINFOR§ESTH] -. ‘«-‘<. *:. _5j¢ v'c's‘ L'A. U' r]*§"? ?'T”’v‘ « or V . . . . . . . . . ‘- 4"_-g_V"A_)~. AHLIANPZECLLA 2 H gt LIAWATERFALL " ‘T L L N B E A C Ti U K E L N l . . . . . . s, ,. , . _ . 7 . l 1 A ‘B‘Q_D'OlT'I. R_l_V‘E. R'E‘ ,5 A X 0 C E A N M W S E I Y 3 E YiZPlLSEAKCVB jM}OVESERTADHl H’ 2 Complete the names of the places with words from exercise 1. CHALLENG El 1 The Black Match the places in exercise 3 with the continents in 2 The , ,, ofMadagascar °"°'d5° “- 3 The Carpathian , 1 5 Ir TheAtacama 2 6 5 The Thames 3 7 6 Michigan -'0 , 8 7 The Indian , _ 3 Bondi : i: qtLh: _fQR{L}: -n$a'ii“o: L:; l;)C}. [.(. CiI1i: ;rtuitV ‘ 9 The ofthe Kings W ' ‘ C I th t‘ 'hhd't' ihb 3 when dowe use me? Add ‘hear’. 5 omp ete equestonswlt t ea rec Ives nt e ox. 1 I Lake Superior big deep heavy long old tall 2 the Amazon Rainforest 1 'HOW lS the River Thames? ‘ 3 Mediterranean .346 k”°'“9"°5-' 4 Evems, 2 ‘How are you? ‘ 5 River Danube '50 k"°3'a""5-' 5 Gobgoesen 3 ‘How is Harry? ‘ 7 Lake Victoria ‘"93 SW99“-‘ 3 Moumolympus 4 ‘How is the Empire State Building? ’ ‘381 metres. ’ 5 ‘How isyourcar? ' ‘It's five metres long and two metres wide. ’ 6 ‘How is Lake Superior? ‘ ‘I406 metres. ‘ /5 an ) Unit5-Wtld!
  46. 46. ft‘ ‘ 5 «:4 _ . , I can m. r.kc wn1;= .rri. m;1s. - Com parattve ad recttves ‘ J ‘ °. ead the sentences and label the girls with their names. 1| Write sentences comparing the motorbikes. Use the _3"iet is Smaller than . rma_ comparative form of the adjectives in the box. -ggsica is taller than Maria, exciting expensive fast heavy long Varia is smaller than Susan. Easan is taller than fina. Arrow "a is taller than Maria. £1._ooo essica is smaller than Susan. 220 Kg ~2rriet is smalierthan iessica. 130 km/ h 2.2 m Bullet 57.000 180 kg 220 km/ h 1.9 m 1 2 3 2 mite the comparative forms of the adiectlves. I j): Lgflmrwmit U(l1|mw‘_“Lm EWVOWW 1 -'-‘id? j 2 ‘ 1’ quiet 3 3 ugly I‘ . dangerous . 5 5 high 6 im°°"am * CHALLENGE! 7 eari 3 mg Y i Write sentences about the two film stars. Use the adjectives in the box and your own ideas. 3 write sentences. Use the comparative form of the attractive famous lriendiy funny intelligent ‘ l ‘h 1Fred/ tall/ Pat p°°ua' "C adjectives and than. Fret‘. .5 ta't'i»: r 1'r-an Vat ‘ “, '.. ,. ’ "3 g. ,'_"; p _ A ‘«--y* 2 Harry / intelligent / Susan . 1:. ‘. ':‘-N. .. 1 ? ';: . - _ H1 _ . ._-. ‘N .9. 3 My sister] nice / my brother :1; . . , - My mum's car / big / my dad's car I _, ,j; ‘V , _-:3‘ i _", _;‘ ' C: j i ‘ Orlando Bioom 5 Mark / friendly / Peter 6 Your exam results / bad I my exam results Football / exciting / tennis Mars / far from the sun / the Earth 0: -v -—, Units-Wild! <Ts’ Lo
  47. 47. 9-‘ii’-'«‘-'r3‘. t 1 5: : :~‘. 'n -)1-; . 1 Label the pictures with the outdoor activities in the box. canoeing climbing diving fishing horseriding mountain biking sailing skiing 2 Complete the text using the words in the box. beautiful lakes mountains visit west climbing fishing Yosemite National Park Yosemite National Park is in Califomia. in the I 9» some very high 3 . I‘ pupa . .; P---wists: --»~»~¢-coo A . -no--no-. —.. ..qA. hn. ,,. . 81—a. .o—-—~@-9;. p- ' , 3,080 km’. Yosemite has got lots of I — some ofthem are over 14.000 metres high. There are also woods, rivers and I Mr: c{c.5cri’v: A N: rttor-. .rl F’. !r‘k. Choose the correct answers. 1 Yoserrwze National Park is in the A east 0‘ it‘-3 USA. 8 west ofthe USA. Yosemite is further from A east to l. -.est than from north to south. 8 north to south than from east to west. There are thousands of small A lakes. 8 rivers. The park is famous for its A 739 waterfalls. 8 beautiful waterfalls. Yosemite A has a lot of visitors. 8 doesn't have a lot ofvisitors. CHALLENGE! '1 Write three short paragraphs about a National Park in your 1 country. include the following information. N Paragraph 1: Where is it? How big is it? Paragraph 2: What is the scenery like? Are there any animals? ; Paragraph 3: What activities do people do there? . , is. ofthe USA. The park is very big. It is scenery and many rare animals. There are . Q! ’ "_"~}-—: ~a'_; '-2: '~ ‘S5; thousands of small 1- . But Yosemite is E“ 7' ri, -,‘ _‘ff 1 i especially famous for its beautiful waterfalls. One of the ” . -~--. -.. - . . . ..a. . . :;' ; ‘:_"_': ,. - -. ;'_; _‘__ waterfalls is 739 metres high! Overthree million people : W -: =:-: -__-:2 ; 5 Yosemite every year. You can go ' . .. ¢.q4 .43.. ’ ‘ I . _ ‘, _ : _=__. "“’ ,1‘: in the mountains. and Walking in the . - . _. .~ . - auto 1 -pol» ~ ~ 7 g I; _., : . _. = x_-___. __ hills. People also go canoetng and , , _ on --‘-'. I'7 the lakes. -Z‘ 46 Unit 5 - Wild!
  48. 48. OJ Superlative adjectives —- " write the superlative form of the adjectives. I slow ‘iii arlfi‘-t. ‘~‘i‘. 5 | ;jrg(- 2 bad 6 expensive 3 heavy 7 late -1 famous 8 ugly Complete the sentences. Use the superlative form of adjectives in brackets. t llhink Russollcrowe is actor in the world. (good) 2 What's animal in the world? (dangerous) 3 Isthis cityin Europe? (cold) - We've got classroom in the school. (big) 5 Who's student in the class? (intelligent) 6 This is day of the year. (hot) 7 who's singer in your country? (popular) 8 . 'iy brother is person in our family. lnoisvi Mite your opinions. I mteresting programme on TV i: — "iv r’. i“-it r'itrr‘r-x‘ Hi} pr‘n.3z‘3rrivr. r H‘. ‘N 2 beautiful actress in my country 3 difficult subject in school . funny programme on TV 5 good football team in my country 6 bad pop group in the world 7 exciting sport in the world CHALLENGE! wte sentences using the superlative form of the adjectives. 2 rich 2 cheap 3 good - nteresting 5 nice g‘ 5 run. rrerrrtlrc pccplc . :Its1'! lrut_: )r tt. :m. r . .l‘: (r'x‘t1l‘t’li. ’ZliC . rcr'/ cut»-c. r. ‘I look at the table and write sentences. Use the comparative and superlative form of the adjectives in brackets. 1 2 5 the Yangtze: 6,380 km the Amazon: 6.387 km the Nile: 6,690 km South America: 17.8Ii0.000 km? North America: 24,490,000 km-‘ Africa: 30.370,000 km’ Kangchenjunga: 8.586 m K2: 8,61 1 m Everest: 8.848 m The Atlantic Ocean: 14.830 km The Indian Ocean: 10,000 km The Pacific Ocean: 19,800 km Madrid: 4140 mm of rain London: 585 mm of rain Rome: 800 mm of rain Mercury: 59 million km from the sun 108 million km from the sun ' Venus: the Earth: 152 million km from the sun (long) Ttr F~n1azor1 It longer than the Yangtze, but the Nile. is the lei-i.3e. '». t (big) (high) (wide) (wet) (far) Unit 5 - Mid! Q47 ‘
  49. 49. er @®‘l@V| &-MINI , T I > W Dangerous. / 1 Put the letters in the correct order to write the names of the wild animals. bl eabr Er glaee phatlene l - lysiheilf pihop noll , , , , T, quomsoti krash . ., ,_ kasen 10 riteg , , 11 welha 2 Match the descriptions with the animals in exercise 1. 1 It's very heavy. it's grey and it's got four legs and large ears. , 2 It's very small, it flies and it can bite you and give you malaria. 3 it's big, it's got four legs. it's orange and black and it can kill you. ,. , A It lives in the sea. it's usually grey or blue and it's got a very dangerous bite. ,, , 5 It's long and thin and has got a small head. It hasn't got any legs or arms. 6 it lives in or near rivers. it's mean and aggressive and it can run very fast. 7 it's one of the largest animals in the world. it lives in the sea but it isn't a fish. 8 It lives in the sea. It's got long. dangerous tentacles. 9 it's a large bird. It usually lives in the mountains. 10 It's usually brown, it's got four legs. sharp teeth and a dangerous bite. it usually lives in the forest or the mountains. 11 It lives in Africa. It's yellow-brown. it's got four legs and a tail. It's got very sharp teeth and it's very dangerous. m Unit 5 - Wild! 1 can mm'cr. <!. ~.r'. n' nrtitlc etbcuf . mim. rL; . 3 Complete the text with the words in the box. aggressive _= '?~=9.’s bite heavy kill long run The crocodile is one of the most dangerous l , in the world. Crocodiles ~‘ hundreds of people in Africa and Asia every year. When crocodiles are babies, they are only about 20 centimetres 3 but they grow very last. The biggest crocodiles are over six metres long and are very ‘, , « about 1.000 kilograms. They can live for 70 to 80 years. Crocodiles live near rivers. but you can also Find them in the sea. They are very 5 and dangerous. Their legs are very short but they can t fast too. Crocodiles have got very big mouths. long teeth, and a very strong and dangerous ’ to be very careful when you go swimming in rivers in Africa and Asia. quickly and swim very . You have '9 Answer the questions. 1 How many people do crocodiles kill every year? 2 How long are crocodiles when they are born? 3 How long are the biggest crocodiles? It liow h; y are they? 5 How many years can crocodiles live? 6 Where do crocodiles live? 7 Can they swim very quickly?

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