Учебник Английский язык 5 класс Баранова Дули Копылова
Jf r ^ • * t 2 Listen and check the example. The Taj Mahal is in. Write sentences, as in Jt*-‘ -ft \ f ^ l- T * r# : ti Й1Ж, ^ :Л ft, шя ICT|-i »■ Write a similar quiz about landmarks in various countries. You can do some research on the Internet using these key words: World Landmarks. Ask your partner to do the quiz. Language Review ^ Fill in: favourite, riding, tribe, fighter, good, crosses, landmark, wavy, dream, capital. 1 Anna’s. at football. She’s in the school team. 2 His. sport is basketball. 3 He’s got short. hair and thin lips. 4 Tony is a fire. 5 His . is to become a famous singer. 6 Her favourite hobby is horse . 7 The UK flag has got three . 8 Mexico City is the . city of Mexico. 9 Pygmies are a. in Africa. 10 The CN Tower is a famous . in Toronto. 2 Complete the spidergrams with words from the list. • middle-aged • fair • straight • curly • long • wavy • fat • plump • thin • tall • short • old • of medium height • young • slim 3 age 1 / • ^ / weight) / / heigl^ hair У / \ Write the nationalities. 1 Brazil . 2 Spain . 3 Poland . 4 France . 5 Ireland .. 6 Germany Д Write the opposites of the adjectives. 1 tall boy short boy 2 slim girl . 3 big eyes . 4 straight hair ^ . 5 dark hair 6 full lips . 7 big nose ^ 8 long hair ^ g Read the text and underline the correct word. Hi! 11) ‘m/’re Cormac. I’m from Manchester, England. I’m 2) British/Britain. I’m 12 years old. 3) My/I favourite person 4) is/are Wayne Rooney, the 5) England/English football player. 6) He/They is very fast. Rooney 7) is/are one of 8) three/third children and 9) his/he family is very ‘ important to 10) him/his. i gaM* In teams make sentences. Use words from the list. Each correct sentence gets one point. The team with the most points is the winner. • famous for • old • slim • dark skin • famous landmark • favourite • good at • have a dream • short curly hair • long legs • wealth and beauty • heavy earrings • tribe • school subject Team A SI: Paris is famous for the Eiffel Tower. «5 Mark the sentences T (true) or F (false). Write a quiz of your own for Module 1. Cristiano Ronaldo is an author. The Maasai are very short. Venus Williams is an artist. Paulo Coelho is from Brazil. The Karen women have got long ears. 6 The Maasai are from America. 7 Coronation Day is on 2nd June. 8 The Taj Mahal is in the United Arab Emirates. [!►) Revision 1 p. 115^^, 2 1 Reoding (Gapped text) study skills True/false statements Read the rubric and the statements to familiarise yourself with the content of the text. Underline the key words in the statements and think of synonymous phrases. This will help you do the task. 1 a) Read the rubric, then read sentence 1. Look at the underlined words in the sentence, then look at the underlined words in the text. Is the sentence true or false? i — ■ — — — —i — — — — — — — — ^ I You are going to read a text about the Olympic Games. | ‘ For questions 1-6, mark the statements T (true) or F (false). I 1 The Summer Olympics happen every two years. 2 The Summer Olympics and the Winter Olympics take place in the same city. 3 Boxing is one of the first Olympic sports. 4 Usain Bolt has gold medals from the Paralympics. 5 The Winter Olympics has more sports than the Summer Olympics. 6 Russia has got very good ice hockey players. The Olympic Games The Olympic Games are the biggest and most famous sport event in the world. There are three kinds of Olympics — the 1 Summer Olympics, the Paralympics and ‘ the Winter Olympics. A different city has the Summer Olympics every four years. The Games are during two weeks of July or August. Then the same city has the Paralympics. It’s an event for athletes who have got special bodies. American swimmer Jessica Long, for example, hasn’t got legs, but she has got lots of medals. The Winter Olympics are in February or March two years after the summer events, in a different city. There are 28 Summer Olympic sports. Some of the oldest Olympic sports are boxing and running. Tennis and the martial art taekwondo are two of the newest ones. Jamaican runner Usain Bolt is one of the most famous 21st century Olympians. He has longer legs than the other runners. He’s also very tall -1.96 m — and his arms are well-built. Bolt is the fastest athlete in the world. He can run the 100 m in 9.58 seconds and the 200 m in 19.19 seconds. He has Olympic gold medals for both events. There are 15 sports in the Winter Olympics. Ice hockey is one of the most popular of all. It’s also one the hardest, because it’s so fast. The Canadians, Czechs, Finns, Russians, Slovakians, Swedes and Americans are the best ice hockey players of all. The sport is a favourite hobby in their countries. Cold countries have got the best winter sport athletes. But Spain has got just two medals from 60 or 70 years of Winter Olympics! b) Now read the text and do the task. Compare with a partner. 2 Replace the words in bold with names from the text. 1 They are the most famous sports event in the world. . 2 She has no legs. . 3 They are some of the oldest Olympic sports. 4 He is a Jamaican runner. 5 It is one of the hardest games. . Answer the questions. 1 Who’s your favourite athlete? Why? 2 Why is he/she special to you? Speaking Spoken questions ^ a) Answer the question. What’s your favourite hobby? Why? b) О Now listen to two people answering the question. Who uses: Anna Sam full sentences appropriate stress appropriate intonation correct pronunciation Tick (/) the correct box. с) Ask and answer the questions. 1 What’s your name? 2 Where are you from? 3 How old are you? 4 What’s your favourite sport? Why? 5 What’s your favourite school subject? Why? 6 Which languages can you speak? Listening Multiple matching (Monologues) dy sk Multiple matching Read the rubric, then read the information to familiarise yourself with the content of the recording. While you listen be careful because each speaker can use words from the statements which may mislead you. c) Do the listening task. Compare your answers to your partner’s. Writing (Writing Bank 1: letters p. WB1) 0 a) Read the rubric and look at the words in bold. Answer the questions. This is part of a letter from your English pen j friend, Marta. § What sport does he/she do? What does he/she 11 look like? What about you? What’s your favourite sport? Write your English pen friend your letter 60-100 words. 1 Who is going to read your letter? 2 What information should you include? 5 1 a) Read the rubric and the information. What will each speaker talk about? r — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —— — — — I You are going to listen to four people talking i about sports and hobbies. Q Listen and match * the people (A-D) to the sentences (1-5). One | sentence Is extra. i Which of these people. can play basketball well? is good at football? isn’t good at playing music? is good at painting? can play cricket well? b) 1,^’Now listen to Speaker A and read what he says. Which sentence (1-5) does he match? I’m Antony and I’m from Brazil. Most people in my country are good at football, but I’m not. My favourite sports are basketball and cricket. I can’t play cricket well, but I’m very good at basketball. I’m in the school team. Read the script again. Which words from statements 1-5 does he use? Informal style When we write to people we know well, e.g. family members, friends, people of our age, we usually use informal style; that is: contractions (I’m,you’re, etc.) if and everyday language (I’m OK). A Antony В Becky C Chris b) Now write your letter to your pen D Donna friend. Use the language below to s. start/end your letter. Follow the plan. Plan Dear (friend’s first name), Para 1: opening remarks (HH/Hello!Howareyou? Thanks for your letter.), your athlete’s name and nationality Para 2: description of your athlete (. is tall with . eyes and. hair. is kind/polite etc.) Para 3: your favourite sport, closing remarks (My favourite sport is. Write back soon./Please write back.) Yours, (your first name) r j 23 Reading & Listening ^ Look at the pictures. What do you know about this game? How can someone play it? Listen, read and check. 2 Read the text and complete the sentences. Use up to three words. 1 Gorodky Is a popular Russian.. 2 Different villages have different for it. 3 People can play it on 4 You need a. and to play it. Gorodky Gorodky is an ancient Russian folk sport that is still known in Russia today. There are different forms of gorodky and most villages have got their own name for the game. However, the basic idea is the same and it is very like bowling. You can play gorodky on any flat surface such as a grass lawn or a town square or a road. The equipment for the game is very simple. The players have a bat and groups of wooden pins, skittles. The rules of the game are a little different in the various villages across the country but the objective is to knock the skittles with a throw of the bat. The winner is the team or player that is the first to have skittles standing. Gorodky is a great game and no lots of fun V 3 Fill in: flat, folk, grass, wooden, town. Use the phrases to talk about gorodky. 1 2 3 . pm square surface 4 5 sport lawn Speaking & Writing 4 Complete the table with information from the text. Use the completed table to present gorodky to the class. ancient, form, basic idea, flat surface, grass lawn, town square, equipment, bat, wooden pin, rule, objective, knock, throw, winner, standing Name of sport Place Equipment Objective 24 5 Ш Use the headings in the table In Ex. 4 to find information on the Internet about another traditional sport in your country. Present the sport to the class. -4^ h-r V \L ^ • j Vocabulary: houses, rooms, buildings, furniture, appliances, places in a town, shops Grammar: there is/there are, some/any, plurals, this/these — that/those, a/an — the, prepositions of movement, prepositions of place, the imperative Everyday English: viewing a house, asking forgiving addresses/phone numbers; asking for/giving directions Pronunciation: /u:/, /л/, /дэ/, /3i;/ Writing: an email to a friend about your house Culture: I 9 NYC!; Sky-high Luxury Curricular (Art & Design): Towers Vocabulary Rooms in a house Look at the pictures. О Listen and say. OlftR TO YOV/ In my house there is My favourite room is О Listen to Tom talking about his house and complete the sentences. In Tom’s house there is. His favourite room is. — ^ I] ll pillow^j t — KITCHEN y’ J L V- Щ Ilf Л V «I •* If DINING ROOM ‘ t. d’ A *Ж» BEDROOM — V ■j bath Ч L. ‘ a . \ У washbasin ‘ i Ч. BATHROOM Л. ‘It ^ •^:.r f.s • -J 1 cushions ■ s ^ LIVING ROOM ‘^r ГЫ 4 , cr- ‘:э UTILITY ROOM /Л’ X. r. * »i Match the words to the numbers. Listen and check. A В C D E F G H 1 J К L M N 0 bookcase desk wardrobe bed door sink window cupboard mirror table chair stairs sofa garden floor r •-ПП) ar JfiQ fQ js/I her^^ nr^ P- f a) Read the table. AFFIRMATIVE There’s a bed in the bedroom. There are some pillows on the bed. INTERROGATIVE NEGATIVE There isn’t a deskin the bedroom. There aren’t any paintings on the walls. SHORT ANSWERS Is there a window? Yes, there is./No, there isn’t. Are there any flowers in the Yes, there are./No, there vase? aren’t. Some/Any • We use some in affirmative sentences. There are some armchairs in the living room. • We use any in negative sentences and questions. There aren’t any flowers in the garden. Are there any chairs in the study? 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 b) Look at the pictures and fill in: is, are, isn’t or aren’t. There. a sofa in the kitchen. There. some books in the bookcase. There . a table In the kitchen. There. a window In the kitchen. There. some cupboards In the kitchen. There . any towels in the bedrooms. Fill in: Is there or Are there. Look at the pictures and answer the questions. Is there a table in the kitchen? Vies, there is. . a mirror in the bedroom. . any books on the beds. . any armchairs in the bedrooms. . a wardrobe in the living room. . any chairs in the kitchen. 26 , « ‘ S’ r>, — r % • * ■ A •* \ ■ • Wa • • \ ■Л Vi(^[ 1′ ^ , r, ( ^ ^’t:- • ^.•.4 . Д’. •V?:» If Ю “* p ‘r^- у V • * T ^ 1 ‘il- n ‘Vi s:l k«P |l./ w: V L\^ I V V VX^ \ \ dishwasher iron # .JV у & (Г I- г] С. ч-т- Life in space is certainly very different to life on Earth. The space station is in a quiet neighbourhood and it’s got a great view. There are a lot of chores that astronauts have to do . floating in the air as they can’t walk in space. Inside the station, there is a lot of floating dust. The astronauts have got a special vacuum cleaner with a long pipe for ‘catching’ the dust. As for mealtimes, there isn’t a kitchen with a cooker and a fridge. All the food is in tins and packets. There are spoons, but there aren’t any forks or knives because all the food is wet. And what about washing clothes? The astronauts have disposable clothes so there isn’t a washing machine, either! How cool is that?l ‘er coo\^et ^ I. ВЛ.СК _0 EkRTH’ \v ( — I . t • * 1/> • —- cl. A & ‘’:i: -I ibulary space station, neighbourhood, chore, floating dust, pipe, catch, Ю mealtime, tin, packet, wet, wash, ^ disposable clothes * О C-: s о Listen and say. Which of these things have/haven’t you got in your house? Write sentences. IVeVe got a cooker, a fridge. and. i 4 Prepositions t ‘ э зсе г a) Listen and then make sentences. on in under 9 behind next to i;0 in front of between The ball is on the box. opposite b) Complete the text with the correct prepositions. Listen and check. There’s a fridge 1). the counter, 2). the table. There’s a table 3). the windows. The table is 4). some chairs. There are some magazines 5). the table. There are a lot of cupboards 6). the wall. There’s a kettle 7). the toaster and the dish drainer. There are some dishes 8). the dish drainer. 9). the dish drainer, there’s a dishwasher. I : Adjectives describe nouns. They can go before nouns or after the verb to ■ be. My flat is big. It’s a very beautiful flat. 1 house/my/small/is 2 got/it’s/nice/garden/a 3 living room/got/has/the/ furniture/modern 4 house/my/street/busy/is/a/in 5 is/there/garage/a/big Writing (an informal email about your house) g Answer the questions. 1 Where’s your house? 2 What rooms are there? 3 What’s your favourite room? What’s in it? 7 Portfolio: Use your answers in Ex. 6 to write an email to your friend describing your house (50-70 words). Follow the plan. Para 1: greeting, opening remarks „ (Thanks for your email about your house!) Para 2: where your house is, what rooms there are, (My house is. near. it’s. ) your favourite room (My favourite room is. It has got. .There is also. ) Para 3: closing remarks (That’s all for now.) Yours, (your first name) ^1 Writing Bank 2 p. WB2 37 Curricular: Art & Design Listening & Reading ^ What is each tower in the pictures made of:e^ m Hf wood, glass, brick, steel tower, stand out, skyline, tonne, top, sight, cool, spaceship, second, great view, hundreds of flats, glass cube, slide out WOOD Glass Listen, read and check. Every city has its tower, but some are really amazing. Eiffel Tower The Eiffel Tower is a beautiful steel tower that stands out in the Paris skyline. It is 324 m tall and weighs over 10,000 tonnes. From the top you can see ail the other wonderful sights of Paris. Over six million people visit the Eiffel Tower every year. Space Needle The Space Needle is a very cool steel tower in Seattle, Washington. It is 184 m tall. The top looks like a spaceship. It only takes 43 seconds to get to the top where there is a great view of the Cascade Mountains. Eureka Skydeck Eureka Skydeck 88 is a glass tower in Melbourne, Australia. It is 300 m tall and has got hundreds of flats. From the top there is an amazing view. There is also a glass cube that slides out with visitors inside. 2 Read the text. What do these numbers ^ refer to: 184 m, 300 m, 43 seconds, 324 m, 10,000 tonnes, 6 million? ^ Use words from the section to complete the sentences. 1 From the top there’s a ШЯШШШШЯШ of the city below. 2 Eureka Skydeck 88 has got for people to live in. 3 Tourists at the Skydeck can travel in a Д ТЙ1нк! Which tower is the most impressive to you? Why? ICTIIn groups collect information about another tower or building. Where is it?. What is it made of?. What does it look like? Present it to the class. Language Review 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Complete the spidergrams with these words. Add one more word. • fridge • cupboard • toilet • bed • sofa • dishwasher • wardrobe • sink • washbasin • pillow • armchair • cushion • bath bedroom у bathroom 7 kitchen living room; Fill in: quiet, earthquake, washing, skating, get, sea, estate, spiral. shell staircase . -proof neighbourhood 5 6 7 8 machine . rink agent . wet Choose the correct word. The house has a great site/view of the lake. The lake is high above sea ride/level. The Uros people have a unique type/way of life. There are floating/popular islands on the lake that are in a different place each day. There isn’t a school nearby/straight. Their houses are small hats/huts of reeds. We have picnics in/at weekends. Д Choose the correct preposition. 1 The house is in/at the shape of a seashell. 2 There are posters on/in the walls. 3 You can’t walk in/at space. 4 There are small huts in/on the island. 5 The flat is at/on the third floor. 6 We’re excited for/about our new house. 7 The place is popular with/for tourists. 8 The island is home for/to twenty families. Write the correct shop: There you can buy. b. 2 medicine ^ p. °. Stamps c. s. f. r. bu’-ger b. i bread In teams make sentences. Use words from the list. Each correct sentence gets one point. The team with the most points wins. • sea level • home to • go straight • turn left • unique way of life • estate agent • second floor • huge park • chores • vacuum cleaner • small windows • friendly to the environment • great view Mark the sentences T (true) or F (false). Read through Module 2 and write a quiz of your own. The Nautilus House is like a snake. The Space Needle is in Melbourne. The Uros people have got reed boats. The Empire State Building has got 100 floors. 5 You can’t walk in space. 6 The Statue of Liberty is on Ellis Island. 7 There aren’t any lakes in Central Park. 8 Lake Titicaca is in Peru. ^ I 39 1 Listening (Multiple Matching) In a minute write down as many words as possible related to flats under these headings. Compare your lists with your partner. lowtion city centre furniture Wing room adjectives cosy extra features balcony Ч. Multiple Matching Read the sentences and underline the key words. While listening, try to listen for words/phrases related to the underlined words. 2 a) You are going to listen to six people talking about their flats. Read the sentences (A-G) in Ex. 2b and underline the key words. In pairs think of words related to them. don’t like: hate, can’t stand, etc. modern furniture: not old furniture, new, etc. b) Q Listen and match the speakers (1-6) to the correct statement (A-G). There is one extra statement. A I don’t like modern furniture in flats. В C E F My flat has fantastic views. I live in a flat next to a main shopping street. There is a lovely garden next to my flat. It is very quiet inside my flat. need new furniture in my flat. G My flat is very small. Speaker 1 Speaker 2 Speaker 3 Speaker 4 Speaker 5 Speaker 6 40 c) Q Listen again with pauses. Which words helped you decide on each choice? ij’ I j i Reading (Matching paragraphs to headings) 3 b) You are going to read a text about the White House. What do you know about It? Who lives there? Read the headings (A-E) in Ex. 3c and underline the key words. Compare with your partner. Fit for a President 4 ^ 4’, What is the most famous building in your country? Is it a symbol that everyone can recognise? 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue is a very famous address in Washington, USA. , Jhe White House is one of the most famous symbols of America. It is the home of the President and his family. It has got a long history stretching back over two centuries to the year 1800. It is like a museum with beautiful furniture and expensive artwork and it is open to the public. . This impressive building is very large. It has got six floors, 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, 3 lifts and 8 staircases. A number of the rooms are offices including the world famous Oval Office. There is also a huge kitchen and the 5 chefs there can make dinner for up to 140 people at a time. , Jhe White House has got some very beautiful gardens. They are over 18 acres of gardens and they have got a number of different species of plants and trees. There is even an organic garden for the First Family to use. There are also 2 fountains. One in front of the building in the North Lawn and one in the private South Lawn at the back of the White House. . , , There are a variety of facilities for residents and guests to use. There is a cinema and a bowling alley to relax and have fun in. There is also a gym, a tennis court and a swimming pool to stay fit. And the White House is also green. It has got solar panels for its heated swimming pool. \ study skilts Matching paragraphs to headings Read the headings and underline the key words. Read the text to get the gist. Read each paragraph again separately and try to find words/phrases synonymous to the key words in the headings. S. c) Match the paragraphs (1-4) to the headings (A-F) below. There is one extra heading. A THE BIG PICTURE В RESPONSIBLE FUN C A LONG PAST D GREEN SPACE E AN IMPRESSIVE SIZE Д a) What is the author’s purpose: to inform, to narrate or to entertain? b) Give two reasons why people visit the White House. Speaking 5 b) Read the sentences. Who would say them: somebody asking about a house or somebody describing a new house? • Is it in a nice area? • Yes, it’s great. • I’ve got my own room. • Your house sounds really amazing. • What’s it like? • What about the garden? • It’s really nice. О Listen to Stuart talking to his friend, Brenda, about his new house and complete the table. rooms garden special features c) О Listen again. What’s Stuart’s favourite place/room in the new house? Why? 6 Read the information. Then act out your dialogue. Follow the plan. You have got о new house. In conversation with him/her friend, teii him/her: How big the house is (size, „number of floor, rooms, etc.) What your room is like /»What your favourite thing about the new house is giving reasons What the outside space is like and if there are any special features (pond, garage, etc.) What is in the area (park, shops, etc.) О Say hello and ask about new house. Ask about friend’s bedroom. Ask about the outside space. Ask about area. Ask what their favourite thing about their new house is. Comment on it. e Say hello and give details of size, floors, rooms, etc. Describe bedroom Give details of garden and any special features Say what the area has got Respond Invite friend to visit Writing (Writing Bank 2: Notices p. WB2) Writing Notices are short pieces of writing which we write when we want to inform others about something. We use short clear sentences and avoid being chatty. ГЗЗИГЕ X 7 a) Read the rubric. Answer the questions. m ^ тш wm ^ ^ ^ mm mm ^ ^ mm mm mm mm тш mm ^ You are studying English at York university. You want to rent a flat nearby. Write a short notice to put on the student noticeboard. Include: • what you want to rent • details of what size flat, rooms, etc. you need • the area it can be • how much rent you can afford Ы wm ^ em м нш » ш» м «в от тт wm шш ^ ет ms тт тт 1 What are you going to write? 2 What information should you include? 3 Who is going to read it? b) Write your notice. Make sure you include all the points in the rubric. 41 Listening & Reading ^ What is your house like? Tell your partner. 2 Look at the picture. Where can you see this type of house: in the city or in the countryside? О Listen, read and check. 2 Read the text and mark the sentences T (true), F (false) or DS (doesn’t say). 1 Triumph Palace is in the city centre. . 2 It is over two hundred and sixty metres high. . 3 The building is the tallest skyscraper in Russia. . 4 Each VIP room copies the look of a main city. . 5 You can’t see the city from all of the VIP rooms. 6 The building has got a wide range of facilities for its residents. . Speaking & Writing ^ Tell your partner three things you remember from the text. 2 Now write a description if the Triumph Palace. Present it to the class. I I Luxury T riumph Palace has got the wow factor. It is a 57-storey building in Moscow and one of Russia’s most beautiful buildings. At a height 264.1 metres it is one of Europe’s tallest skyscrapers. It has got around 1000 luxury flats and, on the top three floors, there is a luxurious hotel. The hotel has got 15 VIP rooms, each in the style of a famous world city. J Each one has got breathtaking views of ФЧ Moscow. The building I has got a water park fllH with a swimming pool 1ДТ and fitness centre for I Iji residents. There is & also a beauty salon, bowling alley, ЧгТггГ cinema, restaurants, I 7 shops, medical centre II. and much more. It has got everything I j, under one roof. IjlL- Viiir ■> к t— . ^ it . |ТиЖ I I sky-high, luxury, the wow factor, storey, skyscraper, VIP, famous, breathtaking views, fitness centre, residents, bowling alley, medical centre 42 i-’i i Vocabulary: free-time activities, daily routines, animals, pets, school rules, family members Grammar: present simple, prepositions of time (in/at/on), adverbs of frequency, possession, have to/not have to, should, shouldn’t, ought to, oughtn’t to, adverbs/adjectives; linkers (and/or/but) Everyday English: making arrangements, telling the time Pronunciation: /s/, /z/, /iz/, 161,1Ы Writing: an email giving news Culture: College Life in the USA; Russia’s favourite animal Curricular (Science): Reptiles Vocabulary Free-time Activities Listen and say. • playing board games • watching DVDs • sending text messages • snowboarding • going to the library • listening to music • rollerblading • t • surfing the Net • going to the pool • hanging out with friends • reading books Which activity does each person in the pictures like (Q) doing? Om TO vov.’ and. I don’t like and. • • • 4 * V 12 у Kary S Adam V ‘ f о • i D _ T* / Vi Уд — Л \ (У Vocabulary Bank 3 p. VB1 W ••Ж’ r»* а Daily routines Vocabulary 1 Fill in with: get, have (x4), walk (x2), do (x2), watch, brush, go. О Listen and check, then say. b) What do you do in the morning ©O, in the afternoon in the evening © ])7 In the morning, I get up, I have. and then I. 1 up 2 a shower 3 . breakfast 4 . to school lessons sport M 7 . dinner 8 . my homework 9 . the dog 10 . a DVD 11 my teeth 12 . to bed 44 Reading 2 a) b) We usually milk cows, sheep and goats, dan we milk snakes? What does Bill do at work? Is his job clangerous? О Listen and read to find out. Read and complete the sentences. 1 2 3 4 3 Bill works at. In the morning, he. At work he. Bill’s job is important because. Grammar Present simple (affirmative) Read the table. How do we form the present simple? Find examples in the text. SINGULAR l/You walk to school. He/She/lt walks to school. PLURAL И/еДои walk to school. They walk to school. We use the present simple to talk about: • daily routines: Every morning, I eat eggs for breakfast. • habits: John plays tennis on Saturdays. • permanent states; They live in London. V Time expressions: every dayAweek, every afternoon/evening, on Mondays, etc. Spelling rules • verb + -s Iran- he runs • verbs ending in -ch, -o, -sh, -ss, -x, + -es -»I watch — he watches, I go — he goes, I wash — he washes • verbs ending in consonant + у drop the >y and take *ies -♦ I study-he studies 1Й?в milk cows, we milk goats, but what about milking snakeffwell, Bill Hernandez does this еуес)ц|ау! He works at a snake farm in Florida, USA. His dally routine is dangerous. The snakes often bite Bill on his hands and arms. Every morning, Bill gets up early and walks to the farm. He catches different tvoe^ poisonous snakes from their enclosijres and ‘milks’ them in his laboratory. The^^*^ snakes bite a special glass cup and the’^VerroriT falls into It from their teeth. In the afternoons. Bill and his team make rgedicine or ‘antivenin’ fron^iiSb4/enom. Bill knows his job is very important. “Each year, poisonous snakefeflle 8,000 people in the USA. They die without antivenin,” he says. In the evenings. Bill tries to forget all about snakes! He walks his puppy. Holly, and watches a DVD before he goes to bed. 3 4 5 3 4 routine? a habit? a Ton J I; 11 Sally. (walk) to school every day. We . (live) in a village. Pronunciation: /s/, /z/, Az/ 5 Write the 3rd-person singular forms of the verbs from the text. О Listen and tick (/). Listen again and repeat. 1 I do — he. 2 I work — he. I get up — he . I catch — he . 5 I fall — it . 6 I know — he. 7 I say — he. 8 I try — he . /3/ 111 l\zl Speaking & Writing g Make notes under the headings. Use your notes to talk about Bill’s daily routine. lOrninfi Afternoon •It.» Think! Compare your routine to Bill’s. In three minutes write a few sentences. Tell the class. office work, outdoors, wildlife photographer, dawn, get ready, work shifts, hide, jungle, keep still, wait for a chance, return, share, beauty of nature 46 Do you catch the bus or tube in the mornings? Lots of people do this to get to work but Nathan Dell doesn’t. Nathan doesn’t do office work. He works outdoors as a wildlife photographer. He often gets up before dawn, has breakfast then he gets ready to go to work. He doesn’t work shifts or even 9 to 5. He hides among trees in the jungle, keeps very still and waits for a chance Vocabulary & Reading ^ Write down as many jobs as you can think of. 2 Look at the man in the photo. Which of the sentences (1-5) are true about him? О Listen, read and check. 1 Nathan works in a park. 2 He catches the tube to work. 3 He starts work early in the morning. 4 He sends his work using a computer. 5 He doesn’t like his job. 2 a) Use words from the section to complete the sentences. 1 Nurses work in the morning or in the evening. They. 2 . and don’t move. There’s something on your head. 3 Secretaries do. such as sending emails or answering phone calls. 4 Police officers don’t usually work indoors. They work. 5 The morning shift starts very early, just before to photograph an animal. At the end of the day he returns to his camp. After dinner he checks the photographs on his computer. He sometimes works late to send the pictures to the magazine he works for. It’s a tiring and dangerous job but Nathan is happy to share the beauty of nature with people all over the world through his photographs. b) TkiNK! Я Complete the sentence. I admire Nathan because . . see Grammar p gr4 ft Present simple (negative/ interrogative) Д Read the table. Find examples in the text. NEGATIVE l/You/We/They don’t play sport. INTERROGATIVE Do l/you/we/they go running on Saturday? Does he/she/it cook on Sunday afternoons? He/She/lt doesn’t play sport. SHORT ANSWERS Yes, l/you/we/they do. No, l/you/we/they don’t. Yes, he/she/it does. No, he/she/it doesn’t. л Ь 5 Jane and Tom Smith have busy weekends. Look at their timetables and correct the sentences. Use the verbs have, do. go, watch, play. ro 0 9 • Ф ^ Jane Tom ^ 10:00 tennis lesson football practice 16:00 homework chores 18:00 out with friends out with friends 10:00 chores computer games 16:00 violin lesson homework 18:00 DVD DVD 1 3 4 5 6 Jane and Tom have a music lesson on Saturday mornings. Jane and Tom don’t have a music lesson on Saturday mornings. Jane has a tennis lesson and Tom has football practice. Jane hangs out with her friends on Saturday mornings. Tom does chores on Sunday mornings. Jane and Tom watch DVDs on Saturday evenings. Jane does her homework on Sunday afternoons. Jane and Tom play computer games on Sunday evenings. Listening 6 О Listen to Jack and Kate. Mark T (true) or F (false). лЛ Jack Kate go to school 1 like Maths do sport get up early live in a flat 1 b) Fill in do, does. Then answer the questions. . Jack go to school. 2 . Jack get up early. 3 . Jack and Kate live in a flat? 4 . Kate like Maths? . 5 . Kate do sport? . Prepositions of time у a) Study the table, then fill in at. in or on. AT IN ON 1 2 3 4 5 the time (at 3 o’clock), at weekends/the weekend, at midday/night in the moming/afternoon/evening, months/ seasons (in May, in the winter), years (in 2010) days (on Saturday(s), on Monday morning(s)), dates (on 8th June), on weekdays________________________ Sue doesn’t work. Saturdays. My birthday is. 20th December. He never works. the evening. They go to school . weekdays. I have a dancing lesson. 6 o’clock. Speaking b) Ф Use the phrases to ask and answer. • watch TV/the evenings • get up/7 o’clock • do your homework/Friday evenings • do sport/the winter • buy a magazine/weekends A: Do you watch TV in the evenings? B: Yes, I do. Do you . ? Adverbs of frequency g a) Read the theory box. Adverbs of frequency tell us how often something happens. They go before the main verb, but after the verb ‘to be’. Tommy often goes skating. He is never late. always usually 731 often sometimes never 9 b) How often do you . • read in bed? • help with chores? • catch a bus? • go to the library? • buy a newspaper? • do the shopping? • send text messages? Writing Write a few sentences about what you do at weekends. Use adverbs of frequency (often, always, usually, sometimes, never). 47 с Culture Corner interesting, make friends, last a lifetime, attend, GCSEs, qualifications, further studies, school uniform, catch up with, after school activities, compete with, choir, instrument, orchestra, musical events, complete, experience 1′ ;l 1 4 48 What is school life like in England? Mark the sentences T (true) or F (false). U Listen, read and check. 1 Children go to secondary school when they are 11 years old. 2 Pupils leave school able to work or go to college. 3 All children in England wear uniforms to school. 4 There is school on a Saturday. 5 The school teams play each other. 6 The students can become members of various clubs. 2 Choose the correct word. 1 Some children join/attend school choir. 2 Pupils do/perform after school activities. 3 Children enter/go to secondary school from the age of 11. 4 Some pupils play/compete on the football team. 3 ^ Read the text again and School days can be the best days of a child’s life. They learn a lot of interesting things and they can make friends that last a lifetime. School Subjects Children in England attend secondary school between the ages of 11 and 16. They learn a lot of different subjects like English, Maths, Science, Geography and Art. From the ages of 14 to 16 all pupils study for their GCSEs. These are qualifications that pupils can use to get a job or go on to further studies. School Life Most schools in England have a school uniform. The uniform usually has the school’s colours. Children go to school during the week and have up to 8 lessons a day. They have a morning break of about 15 minutes and a one hour lunch break where they can catch up with their friends. Some pupils each lunch in the school canteen but many bring a packed lunch. After School Activities The day doesn’t always end at 3:30 pm. A lot of pupils do after school activities. Some are members of their school’s football or hockey teams and compete with other schools in their area. Other pupils are in the school choir or play an instrument in the orchestra and perform in musical events during the school year. There are other clubs that pupils can join such as the art, drama or computer club to give them the complete learning experience. make notes under the headings. Use your notes to talk about ^ schools in England. • Subjects • Lessons • Breaks • Food • Clubs What is school life like in your country? Make notes under the headings in Ex. 3. Tell the class. Asking/Telling the time ^ ‘ч./Listen and say. six o’clock or six half past six or six thirty (a) quarter to six or five forty-five twenty to six or five forty (a) quarter past six or six fifteen twenty past six or six twenty 2 a) ч»’* Listen and number the clock faces in the order you hear them. \ i D E F b) In pairs, use the clock faces in Ex. 2a to ask and tell the time, as in the examples. A: Excuse me. Have you got the time, please? B: Yes, it’s ten forty/twenty to eleven. A: Excuse me, please. What time is it? B: It’s twelve o’clock. Making arrangements 3 a) Listen and say. • Do you want to . • That sounds good. • What time do you want to meet? • What time is it now? • Is 6:30 OK for you? • Let’s meet (at the tennis courts) at 7:30. • OK, see you there. Everyday English ) d b) The sentences are from a dialogue between two friends. Where do they agree to meet? At what time? ч/ Listen and read to find out. Tom: Jamie; Tom: Jamie: Tom: Jamie: Tom: Jamie: Do you want to play tennis in the park later, Jamie? That sounds good. What time do you want to meet? What time is it now? It’s quarter past three. Right. Well, is 6:30 OK for you? Not really. My guitar lesson finishes at 6:30. That’s not a problem. Let’s meet at the tennis courts at 7:30, then. Don’t be late. OK, see you there. Д Find sentences in the dialogue which mean: — Make sure you’re on time. — That’s a great idea. — No, it isn’t. — Do you want to meet at half past six? — That’s OK. Pronunciation:/d/, /6/ 5 Listen and tick (/) the correct boxes. Listen again and repeat. Speaking 6 Ф Arrange to meet your partner. Use the sentences from Ex. 3a to act out your dialogue. Follow the plan. О Suggest an activity & a place. Ask what time it is now. Suggest a time to meet; Suggest another time О Agree & ask what time. Reply. Say why that time isn’t good for you. Agree. 49 4 У У True Friends Г’ 1 1 Vocabulary Animals a) Use words from the list to label the animals (1-9). Ч Listen and check. • iguana • bear • giraffe • cat • monkey • parrot • elephant • horse • ant • hamster • goldfish • eagle • snake • duck • dolphin 3)A r ‘ it. % « 4 ‘ ^ ^ #- 92e fO \ I S’ 3K y: г; Ч Jj* ft »* И -га/ м I ^. y;^ Ti.-c* I T : I U » I stare, normal, leaves, twigs, slice, playful, personality, leader, treat, guests, hug, typical, conservation project, rare, in the wild, acre, estate, exotic, owner, staff, do their best, feel welcome, gentle Listen and say which of the animals (1-9) in Ex. la you hear. •A c) Which of the animals mentioned in Ex. la can be pets? Reading & Listening Look at the pictures in the text. What can you see? Is there such a place? Where is it? Listen and read to find out. ^jS • >. ■Vi: ■,’V» i.vr . 1. . * Whafsifor hat’s it like to wake up in the morning and see Lynne, a 5-metre tall Rothschild giraffe, staring through your window? It sounds strange, but this is a normal morning at the Giraffe Manor, a hotel in Kenya, Africa. Every morning before 9 o’clock, the giraffes walk over and put their heads through the open windows to see what’s for breakfast. In the wild, giraffes eat leaves and twigs, but here at the hotel they prefer a slice of toast and some orange juice. These playful creatures are like members of the family. Each one has its own name and personality. Lynne is the leader and loves treats from the guests. Arlene likes hugs while Barney is like a typical teenager — even though he’s only 3. The hotel is also a conservation project. The Rothschild giraffe is a rare animal with only a few hundred left in the wild. On the 140-acre estate there are also exotic birds and antelope. __ The owners and the staff do their best to make their guests feel welcome. Giraffe Manor is a place that promises an amazing experience and lots of photographs with its gentle creatures. 3 1 гт — V- Now read the text and for questions 1-4 choose the best answer (A, B, C or D). Find evidence in the text. 4 Use words from the complete the sentences. section to 1 What animals live at Giraffe Manor? A Only giraffes. В Wild animals. C Only rare animals. D Birds, giraffes and antelope. 2 What do the giraffes like doing in the morning? A Eating from the trees. В Sharing guests’ meals. C Opening the windows. D Playing with the families. 3 What does Lynne enjoy? A Hugs. C Kisses. В Treats. D Leaves. 4 What is special about the Rothschild giraffes? A They are very tall. В They are exotic. C There aren’t many left. D They only eat sweets. 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 5 Lynne, the giraffe, doesn’t think it’s rude to. at people through windows. The. in the hotel are very friendly and always ready to help guests. Chocolate is a welcome sweet. for everyone. You can’t see a Rothschild giraffe everywhere. It’s a . animal. On the. there are exotic birds and antelope. The owners made all their. feel welcome. Giraffes eat. and. The. is the head of the group that everyone else follows. The staff always. to make sure the guests have a nice time. Match the adjectives in bold in the text to their synonyms: exceptional, typical, uncommon, kind, lively, fantastic. Speaking & Writing g In three minutes write some reasons why someone should go to Giraffe Manor. Tell the class. у Imagine you are at Giraffe Manor. Send your English pen friend an email. In your email write: where you are, what the place is like, what is special about it and what you like the most. [») Vocabulary Bank 3 p. VB1B VB14 Ex. 9 51 ) л f An amazing school Vocabulary School & school rules 1 a) In a minute write down as many school subjects as you can. Which is your favourite? b) О Listen and say. Imagine a school where the students don’t play football and basketball in their sports lessons. Instead, they learn to juggle and fly fast through the air on a trapeze! Well, a school like this really exists. It’s called the Flying Fruit Fly Circus School and it’s in Wodonga, Australia. The students at this school study circus skills such as acrobatics, clowning, trapeze, and tightrope walking. They also study dance, theatre and music and take part in many performances and tours. Students don’t spend all day flying through the air though! They have to work hard at all the normal subjects, like Maths and Science, too. There are also rules like at an ordinary school. Students have to be on time, wear a school uniform and switch their mobile phones off in class (they sometimes don’t have to switch off their MP3 players, though!). Also, they don’t get into the school easily. They have to do a circus skills course and then the school chooses its students. juggle, trapeze, exist, circus skills, acrobatics, tightrope walking, performance, course, performer, unique experience After leaving the circus school, some students become performers, and others don’t. But all the students have a unique experience at the school. It’s a place where ordinary students can do extraordinary things! The Flying Fruit Fly Circus has videos of its performances on YouTube! You should take a look. They’re amazing! 5 take part in S£orts ^ a) Read the text again. Match the headings (A-E) to the paragraphs (1-4). There is one extra heading. 2 52 Reading & Listening Look at the pictures with the text. What is unusual about this school? What subjects do you think students study here? Read to find out. A Not All Fun and Games В An Unforgettable Time C Special Studies D Be Famous E A Special School b) О Listen and check. How similar is this school to yours? Write sentences. In my school we don’t study circus skills, but in the Flying Fruit Fly Circus School students study acrobatics, clowning, trapeze and tightrope walking. ) see Grammar p grsJ Have to 4 Read the theory. Find examples in the text in Ex. 2. AFFIRMATIVE/NEGATIVE 1/УоиЛА/еЯЬеу have to/don’t have to work. He/She/lt has to/doesn’t have to work. AFFIRMATIVE/NEGATIVE Do l/you/we/they have to work? Yes, I, etc do./No, I, etc. don’t. Does he/she/it have to work?Yes, he, etc. does./No, he, etc, doesn’t. • We use have/has to to express obligation/duty. We have to wear a uniform at school. (It’s the rule./lt’s a duty.) • We use don’t/doesn’t have to to express lack of obligation. She doesn’t have to work on Saturdays. (It isn’t necessary.) 5 a) Fill in: have to, has to, don’t have to, doesn’t have to, as in the example. 1 Jane doesn’t have to sign in every morning. (X) 2 Jane and Steve. respect their teachers. (/) 3 Jane and Steve . be silent in the school library. (/) 4 Jane and Steve . wear a uniform. (X) 5 Steve . show an ID card. (X) 6 Jane. study acrobatics. (/) b) cS> Use the phrases to ask and answer questions, then tell the class what your partner has to/doesn’t have to do. • do sport at school • do the washing-up every day • walk to school • do homework every evening • share your bedroom with a brother/sister A: Do you have to do sport at school? B: Yes, I do. Do you have to. Should/Ought to g Read the theory, then fill in should/ought to or shouldn’t/ oughtn’t to. We use should/shouldn’t to give advice/make a suggestion. You should go I to the circus! It’s great! <\t's a good idea.) You shouldn't smoke. (It's not a good ' idea.) We use ought to/oughtn't to to give advice. You ought to be polite. (It's a morally right.) ___________________ In class. 1 You . always listen to the teacher. 2 You. talk to others. 3 You. ask questions if you don't understand. 4 You . chew gum. f Adject! ves/Adverbs у Read the theory and find examples in the text in Ex. 2.
V » Adjectives describe nouns. They usually go before nouns but after the verb to be. He’s a good teacher. They are the same in the singular and plural. The students are great. • Adverbs describe verbs. He speaks Russian well. (How does he speak Russian? Well.) Formation adjective + -ly quiet -* quietly: adjective ending in y+ -ly terrible-* terribly: adjective ending in -y+ -ily happy-* happily: irregular forms: good — * well, fast -♦ fast: hard -* hard: early/late — * early/late 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 Choose the correct word. Max juggles really good/well. Angie walks quickly/quick. She’s a careful/carefully driver. Sam is really badly/bad at Maths. My teacher speaks softly/soft. Tina sings bad/badly. 9 1 2 3 4 5 Complete the sentences with the correct adverbs formed from the adjectives in the list. • polite • late • happy • quiet • good The children play. in the playground. I think Ellie sings really . He sat. and waited. He often leaves work. Speak to your teachers. Speaking & Writing 10 Write what you have to/don’t have to do at your school. Tell the class. !►] Vocabulary Bank 3 p. VB14 Ex$. 10-12 ‘ 53 grandmother/grandma granddaughter cousin niece 2 a) Look at Lisa’s family tree. Complete the sentences. -1 John Stella Lisa & Karla 1 Mark is Lynn’s. 2 Lynn is John and Stella’s 3 Mary is Lisa and Karla’s 4 John is Peter’s. Peter 5 Larry is Peter’s 6 Karla is Peter’s 7 Mark is Peter’s 8 Stella is John’s 9 Karla is John’s 10 Stella is Lisa’s. b) Fill in: married, twins, single, only, divorced 1 Peter hasn’t got a wife. He’s . 2 Mark and Lynn are. 3 Mary and Larry aren’t married now. They’re. 4 Peter hasn’t got any brothers or sisters. He’s a(n). child. 5 Lisa and Karla look the same. They’re . 54 E Vocabulary Bank 3 p. VBIS) 2 Ask and answer questions. Use who’s or whose. see \ p.GRS, Possession • singular noun + ‘s. John’s mum • plural noun+ ‘. fheg/r/s’ounf • irregular plural + ‘s. the men’s house Who’s. Who is. Who’s Lynn? She’s Mark’s wife. Whose . (ask who the possessor is) Whose daughter is Lynn? John and Stella’s. A: B: A: Who’s Karla? She’s Lisa’s sister. Whose cousin is Peter? He’s Lisa and Karla’s cousin. Who’s Larry? 4 Listen to Amy and Nick talking about their families and tick (/) True or False. 1 Amy is Nick’s cousin. 2 Nick is an only child. 3 Amy has got a big family. 4 Amy’s mum is a doctor. 5 Nick’s parents are divorced. 6 Nick lives with his grandparents. Identifying people 5 a) -r’ Read the dialogue. Who’s Mary? A В A В A В Who’s that girl with you, Sandy? Which one? The one with the long brown hair, That’s my cousin, Mary. She’s very pretty. Thanks. b) Bring family photographs. Act out similar dialogues to find out who each person is. Writing h An email giving news ^ a) Read the rubric and answer the questions. This is part of an email you received from your cousin Stella. «How are things there? Are your parents OK? Write back and tell me all about you.» Write an email to Stella giving her your news. 1 What does the rubric ask you to write? 2 Who is the reader? 3 What is it about? b) Read the email. Name the people in the photograph. 2 Match the paragraphs to the headings. Dear Stella, !► Hi! I’m glad you’re OKI Everything’s fine here. I’ve only got good news to tell you. Mum’s got a new job. She works as a teacher at a primary school three blocks from home. She likes it a lot. The only problem is that she gets up very early. She has to be at school at 7:30 every morning. Щ Dad wants to learn Spanish! He has lessons every afternoon. Sam and I go swimming. We go to the pool five times a week. Sam finds it tiring, but I’m really keen on it. I think it’s fun. I also want to learn to play a musical instrument. I can have guitar lessons on Mondays or piano lessons on Fridays, but I can’t decide. What do you think? Have to go now. Mum wants me to help her with the housework. Write again soon. Love, Julia A В C closing remarks — request to write back opening remarks; comment on last email family news 2 a) Read the theory box. Find examples in Julia’s letter. see . “ Linking ideas >. ^^3′ We use and for things that are similar. Emma likes skiing and snowboarding. We use but for things that are different. I enjoy PE, but I don’t like Maths. We use or to give a choice. You can have cola or orange juice. b) Fill in: and. but. or. 1 Jane likes music. she doesn’t like Maths. 2 Do you want to go to the cinema . watch a DVD? 3 I love surfing the Net. sending emails. 4 PE is really fun. it’s sometimes tiring. 5 Geography is interesting. fun. Writing (an email giving news) Answer the questions. 1 How many people are there in your family? 2 What are their names? 3 What do they do? 4 What extra activities do you do? 5 Portfolio: Use your answers in Ex. 4 to write an email to your English friend giving your news (80-100 words). Follow the plan. You can use Julia’s email as a model. P’anJ Dear (your friend’s first name), Para 1: opening remarks (Hi! How are you?) Para 2: write your news (what your parents/ brothers/sisters do; how often) Para 3: closing remarks; ask your friend to write back. (Have to go now. Write back. ) Yours, (your first name) > »| Writing Banli 1 p. WBl) 55 1 Which well-known reptiles don’t^exist anymore? A crocodiles В dinosaurs C tortoises — J i г :■ reptile, poisonous, exist, tortoise, cold, dry, hot, backbone, warm blood, meat, vegetables 2 Which reptiles are poisonous? A iguanas В alligators Where do most reptiles live? A in cold places В in dry places What haven’t reptiles got? A a backbone В ears C tiger snakes C in hot places C warm blood ‘ 5 How many legs do most reptiles have? A six В four C eight What do most reptiles eat? A meat В vegetables C plants Li Listen and check your answers. Д Tell the class three things you learnt about reptiles. Did you know? The largest lizard is the Komodo dragon, which reaches a length of more than 3 metres. Reptiles are cold-blooded which is why they lie in the sun. 5 pcfl ■§» Do some Internet research about another animal category (e.g. mammals, insects, birds) and write a quiz like the one in Ex. 2. Language Review 1 Match the words. 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 send A a shower do В work catch C with friends have D the dog start 1 1 E my homework F text messages walk G the Internet — go H the bus hang out 1 a musical surf instrument — play J to bed 2 Choose the correct words. Cheetahs are 1) mammals/ reptiles that belong to the cat 2) family/course. They are very fast 3) land/ air animals. They 4) live/stay in Africa. They are an 5) endangered/risky species because they can’t adapt to new 6) environments/areas easily. They also 7) have/take difficulty finding food to eat. J 1 2 3 Write the times. 10:30 4 5 6 I 4 1 2 3 4 5 Write the correct word. My mum’s sister is my . My aunt’s husband is my My dad’s parents are my My mum’s mum is my . My parents’ son is my . 5 Choose the correct prepositions. 1 3 4 He listens to/at music while he does his homework. Snakes can bite you in/on your hands. How do you get at/to work? She starts work in/at 9 o’clock. Let’s look at the photographs on/in the computer. He takes photographs of/ from wild animals in/into the jungle. Sue is in/on the school choir. 6 Fill in: daily, office, do, conservation, brush, take, work, feel, hours, poisonous. 1 2 3 4 5 outdoors .. routine . snake my teeth . work 6 . medicine 7 . welcome 8 . project 9 . my best 10 work long. In teams use the words below in sentences. Each correct sentence gets a point. The team with the most points wins: exotic birds, aunt, uncle, grandmother, study hard, typical teenager, keep still, work shifts, work late, go shopping, have dinner, go to bed, free time, have lunch, dining hall, take part in, catch up with, get up, niece, office work. Mark the sentences T (true) or F (false). Read through Module 3 and write a quiz of your own. 1 2 3 4 5 Some snakes are poisonous. Snakes haven’t got legs. Snakes are cold-blooded. Reptiles haven’t got a backbone. Kenya is in Europe. The Rothschild giraffe is an endangered species. People can make antivenin from snakes’ venom. (») Revision 3p. 117) 57 Listening (Тгие/Faise statements) ^ Work in pairs. Answer the questions. 1 What do the people in your family look like? 2 How old are the people in your family? 3 What are your parents’ jobs? Rending (Multiple Choice) Study skills True/False statements Read the rubric, then the statements to familiarise yourself with the content of the recording. V 2 a) Read Ex. 2b and the statements (1-6). Answer the questions (1-4) below. 1 2 3 Are you going to listen to a monologue or a dialogue? What is James talking about? Which family members do you think James mentions? Which jobs can you find in the statements? b) Q You’re going to listen to James talking to a friend of his about his family. Listen and tick (/) the correct box. Compare with your partner. True False 1 3 4 James’s aunt, Anna, is an actress on TV. James’s sister, Katie, can speak several languages. James looks like his brother Sam. James’s father, Lucas, is in his late forties. Emma wants to become a biologist. James wants to be an actor. Study skills Multiple choice reading Read the text quickly to get the gist. Read the questions and possible answers. Find the part in the text that contains the answer to the question. Read carefully ‘ trying to find synonymous phrases. Remember the questions follow in the order they appear in the text. 58 3 Look at the title of the text and read the first sentence in each paragraph. What do you expect to read about? Read through and check. Cool Veterinarian — Sam Martin It’S fun being a vet. I like It because although (t Is hard work, every day (s different! It all depends on what Is wrong with the animals that come in. At my clinic, I work long days on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, and short days on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Sunday Is my day off so I can spend some time with my family. My day at my clinic begins at 7 am. My receptionist opens the door, turns on some music, and makes everyone a cup of tea or coffee. My assistant cleans and feeds the animals. The phones start to ring, and people make appointments. This Is a very busy time of day! At 9 am, pet owners start to arrive with their sick pets. Appointments take up the whole morning. At midday, I stop for 2 hours. I don’t examine any new animal patients. I use these 2 hours to have lunch and do all my paperwork. At 2 pm, I start to see sick animals again. At 5 pm, three students from a local school who love animals arrive to help out. I am always happy to see their smiling faces! From 5 pm to 7 pm, I continue to see animal patients. Then, at 7 pm, we close our doors and the clean-up begins! We tidy the clinic, and feed and clean the animals. Of course, we also stroke them, and give them hugs and cuddles, too! Then, we turn off the lights and go home. This Is the type of day I aim for. But of course unexpected things sometimes happen! V I I v: г . I_* •’ [ isf# b) Read the text and answer the questions (1-6). 1 Sam says he likes his job because A there is a lot of variety. В he likes hard work. C he likes to make animals better. D he sees lots of different animals. 2 Sam works A seven days a week. В different hours every day. C full days only on some days. D even when he is at home. 3 At the start of the day, people in Sam’s clinic A let the staff into the clinic. В play with the animals. C make a lot of phone calls. D have a lot to do. 4 During the day, Sam A has to do administration work. В sometimes gives talks at local schools. C often has no time for lunch. D teaches students who want to be vets. 5 Sam examines sick animals A all day. В between 9 am and 5 pm. C all day except 12 pm-2 pm. D 9 am-12 pm & 5 pm-7 pm. 6 The text is about A why Sam is a vet. В Sam’s daily routine. C a special day In Sam’s clinic. D Sam’s love of animals. Specking (Describe a picture) c) Complete the sentences. 1 Sam likes his job because . 2 He works long days in the week, but not. 3 He starts work . 4 There’s a break at . 5 In the afternoon, they’ve got help from . A ^Listen to someone describing the photograph and complete the gaps. The photograph shows a family having 1). There’s the father, mother and two 2). They are at the table in the 3) . They are in casual 4). On the 5). there are cornflakes, fruit and orange juice. The parents look happy. dy sk Describing photographs When you describe a photo, imagine you are describing it to a person who can’t see it. Be as detailed as possible. Talk about people and their clothes, time of day, place, weather, other things/objects you can see and people’s feelings. 5 Look at the photo and make notes under the headings in the Study Skills box. Use your notes to describe the photo. М/г/Г/Л9 (Writing Bank 1: Informal letters p. WB1) 0 a) Read the rubric. Think of vocabulary related to the points in the rubric. Write it down under the headings: morning activities — afternoon activities — evening activities You have received a letter from your English pen friend, Kim. What is a typical weekday routine for you? When does your day start? What do you do in the morning, at noon, in the afternoon and evening? Write her a letter and answer her questions. b) Use the activities listed to write your letter. Follow the plan. ^ (Plan I Informal style ‘ • short forms Dear Kim, • everyday vocabulary Para 1: opening remarks, reason for writing . expressions Para 2: describe your typical weekday routines. Para 3: closing remarks, ask about friend’s typical weekday routine (your first name) j J 59 1 Reading & Listening a) Look at Misha, the Moscow Olympics 1980 mascot. What animal is it? b) What do you know about this animal? How do the Russians feel about it? Q Listen, read and check. 2 Read the text and answer the questions. 1 Where do brown bears live? 2 What do they look like? 3 What do they eat? 2 Use words from the text to label the picture. Speaking 4 Complete the table. Use the completed table to present the brown bear to the class. Name: Lives in: Looks like: Eats: Russians Favourite Animal Russia is a big country and lots of animals live there. One animal, —^ the common brown bear, has / ‘ a special place in the hearts of the Russian people though. The brown bear lives in the mountains and forests of Russia. It is a very large animal with a large round head, small round ears, and a long mouth with 42 teeth. It’s fur is thick and it has large paws witMo^g^cTaws that can grow up to 10 cm long. It eats berries and nuts, roots, grasses, insects and fish. This big and beautiful animal is a favourite character of Russian fairytales and cartoons. In fact, the brown bear is so popular that it is the national symbol of Russia. common, special place, in the hearts of, mountains, forests, fur, paws, claws, grow, berries, nuts, roots, grasses, insects, fish, fairytales, cartoons, national symbol u r — 1 large round 2 small round 3 long i * r 5 Writing Find information on the Internet about two other animals in your country. Write short paragraphs. Present them to the class. 5 large 4 thick -3 60 Did you know? The brown bear can run as fast as 55 kmph. 6 long — -I. ‘ Vocabulary: seasons, weather & climate, holiday / activities, clothes, drinks & snacks, market products, festivals & celebrations, food & drinks Grammar: present continuous, present simple vs present continuous, stative verbs, must — can, object pronouns; some/any/a lot of/a few/a little/much/many; going to, countable/uncountable nouns/quantifiers, be going to Everyday English: buying drinks & snacks Pronunciation: -ing ending; /ai/, /ei/ Writing: a postcard describing a festival Culture: Mall of America; National dishes: Borsch Curricular (Geography): Climate 0 Vocabulary Weather & Seasons ^ Match the descriptions (1-5) to the pictures (A-E). w’Listen and check. It’s freezing cold and snowy It’s boiling hot and sunny. It’s windy, cold^ncj rainy. It’s chilly and foggy. ^ It’s warm, but it’s cloudy. I-. A ОУБИ TO YOV/ What is the weather like in your city in winter, spring, summer, autumn? In winter it’s freezing cold and. Complete the sentence. My favourite season is. because. В r.f ? г r 1 ■ /■ — — cicj-t V ■ H M’v X ^ :ti- У Vocabulary Bank 4 pp. VB16-VB17 Ex.3 1 : / a On the go 1 Vocabulary Holiday activities Match the sentences to the pictures. Q Listen and check, then say. 1 2 3 4 5 6 They’re sightseeing on a tour bus. He’s shopping for souvenirs. He’s swimming. She’s sunbathing. They’re eating local dishes. They’re hiking. see Grammar p* gr s Present continuous (affirmative) 2 Read the table and complete the rule. Find examples of the spelling rules in the sentences in Ex. 1. LONG FORM / am walking. You are walking. He/She/ltis walking. И^еДоиДЛеу are walking. SHORT FORM I’m walking. You’re walking. He’s/She’s/lt’s walking. We’re/You’re/They’re walking. We use the present continuous for actions happening now/at the moment/today. Form: noun/pronoun +. + verb -ing form Time expressions with the present continuous: now, at the moment, today Spelling rules • most verbs: + -/ng fly- flying, eat — eating • verbs ending in consonant + -e -► -e’+ -ing come — coming • verbs ending in a vowel + a consonant: double the consonant and take -ing shop — shopping Pronunciation 2 a) Write the -ing form of the verbs. 1 play. 2 wear. 3 4 5 6 swim make do . send 7 stop . 8 write .. 9 run 10 read . 11 have . 12 sit b) Q Listen and say. Pay attention to the pronunciation of the -ing ending. Listening Д W Listen to the sounds and circle what you hear. Then write sentences, as in the example. 1 2 3 Tony: watch TV /(play tennis^ Stella: swim / sleep Mike & Tom: play computer games / play the guitar 4 Dan: ride a bike / ride a horse Tony is playing tennis. 62 с» ^ л eading Peter is on holiday with his family. Read the first sentence in Peter’s postcards. Where is he? What is he doing there? Listen and read to find out. b) Read the postcards and mark the sentences T (true), F (false) or DS (doesn’t say). Friday, 10tK September HiJoKn, After three days in Mexico City we re leaving for Puebla. It’s hot and sunny today. The guide says the route is fantastic. The coach goes past snowcapped mountains and volcanoes. As for Puebla, everyone says it’s beautiful with lots to do. I can’t wait. Peter I / a * \ ’ — * .1 # . turday, 11th September ?ar Jenny, Hi from Puebla. We’re staying at a hotel near the centre. It’s a bit chilly today. We re going on a tour around the citu now. The bus stops along the route so we can visit lots of sights. I want to see ‘he/orts. Andy isn’t coming with us He wants to walk around the city centre and — I . ■ . ^ photogi houses there. It you aren’t here. See s a Peter you soon. guide, route, coach, snow-capped, mountain, volcano, can’t wait, tour, sights, fort, it’s a pity, flea market, crafts, snack 1 Puebla is near Mexico City. 2 Peter is travelling alone. 3 There are beautiful buildings in Puebla. 4 You can buy souvenirs at Los Sapos. 5 The weather is the same during Peter’s visit. 6 List ail the present continuous forms in the text. Write their corresponding present simple forms. Speaking & Writing Use these words to write sentences about Mexico. Tell the class. • snow-capped mountains & volcanoes • sights • forts • city centre • animals & plants • flea market • crafts 0 Imagine you are in a place in your country. Write a postcard to your pen friend. Say: Suixday, 12th September I IП5 AoDos We’re having о We’re back from Parqoe I To I?s a beautiful place with lots Ecologico. It s 0 oea j к of animals and ^ jiea Tr^n to stop. Talk to you soon. Peter 7 where you are who else is with you what the city is like what you are doing now 63 / b Shopping time ‘ I , ‘i*- -■ Vocabulary Clothes ^ О Listen and say. What do you usually wear: at school? at a party? on a hot and sunny day? when it’s raining and it’s cold? Tell your partner. / usually wear. at a party. Etc. Reading 2 Sandy, Ann’s big sister, is at a department store. What is she doing there? What does she buy? О Listen and read to find out. look for, present, success, together, expensive, guess, top, gorgeous, half-price, match Sandy: Hi, Ann. How are you? Ann: Oh, hi Sandy. What are you doing here? Are you shopping for clothes? Sandy: No, I’m not. I’m looking for a present for Angela but I’m not having much success. Ann: Let’s find her something together. Sandy: OK. Any ideas? Ann: How about a bag? Sandy: Good idea. She likes bags. What do you think of this blue one? Ann: It’s nice but I think it’s a bit expensive. Sandy: I guess you’re right. What about these scarves? Ann: She doesn’t wear scarves. Wait! Here! These tops are gorgeous. Oh, and they are half-price. Do you like this one? Sandy: That’s great. Green matches the colour of her eyes. Ann: Buy this, then. Read and complete the sentences. i к L 1 Sandy wants to buy Ann offers to . They aren’t buying the blue bag because Angela doesn’t wear. Sandy decides to buy. because . see ч Grammar £• V Present continuous (negative & interrogative) 4 Read the table. How do we form the negative/ interrogative of the present continuous? Find examples in the dialogue in Ex. 2. NEGATIVE / am not/’m not You/We^hey are not/aren’t He/She/lt is not/isn’t INTERROGATIVE wearing a scarf. Am I winning] ? Are you/we/they winning] ? Is he/she/it winning] 7 SHORT ANSWERS Yes, I am./No, I’m not. Yes, you/we/they are./ No, you/we/they aren’t. Yes, he/she/it is./ No, he/she/it isn’t. g Look at the pictures. Ask and answer questions. Use the phrases. • try on shoes • do their homework • have lunch • surf • wear scarves _ _____ h. ‘ I ■ , Brilj: 4:- — .V.’*:’ fe.- V- I ж 1 Тот and John/wear ties? Are Тот and John wearing ties? No! They aren’t wearing ties. They are wearing scarves. 2 Sally and Helen/listen to music. 3 Peter/try on a sweatshirt. 4 Ann/swim? . 5 The girls/look for a present. g Use the verbs in the list in the present continuous to complete the gaps. • not rain • eat • have (x2) • drink • sit • wear (x2) These are my big brother’s friends at university. They 1). at a cafe and 2). lunch. They 3). burgers and fries and 4). cola. It 5). today. It’s quite hot actually. Jason and Jeff 6). shirts. Mike 7). a T-shirt. They 8). a great time. Present simple vs present continuous у a) Read the table. We use the present simple to talk about habits & routines. She often wears boots. We use the present continuous to talk about actions happening now. I’m wearing my new dress today. Note: Some verbs don’t have continuous forms because they express a state (e.g. want, believe, like, etc.). 1 / want to go out now.