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Listen and read. Then answer the question.
Is London the capitol of Great Britain?
There are four countries in Great Britain:
England, Scotland, Wales and Northern
Ireland. London is the capital of England and
Great Britain. Seven million people live in
London.
Listen and read.
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1 The Londoners live in Mexico City.
The Londoners don't live in Mexico Cttg
Theg live rn London.
Rob visits his parents in Italy.
Jenny sends letters to the Londoners.
Mark goes to football matches on Fridays.
Rob plays in a school basketball team.
The Londoners go to the ice rink everv
Wednesday
Make questions. Then ask and answer.
Where do the Lond.oners liue?
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Ask and answer.
1 Who is the new giri in Mark,s class?
2 Is the nerv girl a Londoner?
3 Where are Kim's parents from?
4 Why is Jenny in Australia?
5 Is there a zoo in London?
6 Where do the Londoners go every Wednesday?
Present Simple
every day, on (saturdays), always,
usually, often, sometimes, never
Rob plays football.
Rob doesn't play football.
Does Rob play football?
yes, he does. / No, he doesn,t.
What does Rob play?
We go to the ice rink.
We don,t go to the ice rink.
Do you go to the ice rink?
yes, we do. / No, we don,t.
When do you go to the ice rink?
Where / the Londoners / live
Rob / play / for the school football team
What / the Londoners / sometimes / do
When / the Londoners / go / ro rhe
swimming pool
Kim/like/swimming
Mark / always / do / a belly flop
Listen. Tick rur what Kim and her familv do
every week and write the day.
Kim
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2.play tenni5
3.watch televislon
4. go to the cinema
5. meet friends
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Wlrcn does Kim go swimming?
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Write about you and your family.
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Mrs Smith is vacuumino nowl
I can hear the vacuum ilean"r,
Yes, very clever, Clueless!
What are you doing, Holmes?
Are you polishing the turniture?
No, l'm not. l'm looking for
fingerprints! | love fingLrprints
on furniture. But Mrs Smith
always cleans them.
Are you making my furniture
dirty again, Ms Holmes?
Now, what's happening here?
We're washing up and doing the washing.
We're helping you.
No, you aren'tl You,re making a terrible mess in
my kitchenl And what about the murder?
What murder?
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sweeping the floor and dusting
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How do you know that?
You can t see her, Holmes.
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meol umes.
3 -\Irs Smith is Holmes's / ClueLess's
housekeeper.
4 Holmes loves dusf / fingerqints.
5 Mrs Smith hates clean / dirty furniture.
6 The two detectives are making a mess /
a cake in the kitchen.
Vocabulary
Circle the correct answer.
1 Mrs Smith usually the housework.
a vacuums b cleans c@
Let's ............ the house!
a wash b make c clean
It is very important to ............ the
furniture.
a vacuum b polish c sweep
Please the floor in the kitchen.
a dust b make c sweep
All our clothes are dirty. Let's ............ the
washing.
a clean b do
Please, the ornaments.
a dust b sweeP c vacuum
I must the living room carpet.
a dust b vacuum c Polish
Present Continuous
now, at the moment, today
I'm polishing the furniture now.
I'm not polishing the furniture now'
Are you polishing the furniture now?
Yes, I am. / No, I'm not.
What are you polishing now?
She's sweeping the floor.
She isn't sweePing the floor.
Is she sweeping the floor?
Yes, she is. / No, she isn't.
What is she doing?
We're cleaning the house todaY.
We aren't cleaning the house todaY.
Are you cleaning the house todaY?
Yes, we are. / No, we aren't.
\\'hat are you doing today?
Make questions in the Present Continuous.
Then ask and answer.
Who is having breakfast now?
Holmes ond Clueless ore having breokfast now-
who / have /breakfast / now
who / wear / a coat / inside the house
why /Holmes and Clueless / clean /
the house
what / Mrs Smith / dust
Holmes / polish / the furniture
what / the two detectives / do / in the
kitchen
Ask and answer about the pictures in
Exercise 1. Use the Present Continuous.
Why isMrs Smith wearing her coat in picture I?
Describe picture 2 in Exercise 1. Use the
Present Continuous.
Shinieg Holrnes is sfcnciing next fo ...
She is wecning.,. Cloeless is ...
Wlwt um I iloing?
You're washing the floor.
No, I'm not.
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English learnets around the world. Thi.s year we
hope to have fun and learn lots of interesting
facts. Now meet Ta-Ming, a new trri:ncls ,lrr-11-r
member from China. We love his photos. Send
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flnimats There are pandas in our mountains' We sometimes
hear them but we Oon'i-ofttn see them' Many years ago
there were a lot of d;;;"it citint' Mv father remembers
that time, Uut f Oo'''i if't'e are only about one thousand
pandas now' Pandas;;i;'-b;t bui thefarmers cut down
the bamboo Ott'u" tftty want to grow rice' Then the
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Jhina is a snall country.
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Tl:-e are one billion pandas in
L:,na now.
4 F:nilies in China can have oniy
-.ne child.
Ta-Ming has a big family.
The farmers in China grow a lot
of rice.
Stative verbs
We use the Present Simple and not the Presenl
Continuous for these verbs:
like, love, hate, feei, see, hear, know, remember,
think, hope, understand, want, need.
I feel unhappy.
My father remembers that time.
We need a lot of rice.
Look at the photos in Exercise 2.
Complete with the Present Simple or
the Present Continuous.
Time fol' lunsh
Look at Th-Ming's photo of the panda.
It (sit) t...iE..q.itting. and [eat) 2....1
bamboo. It (love) s.!-'...,,j..:'bamboo. It
(eatl +.-1.. .,i.',fourteen kilos a day. The
Chinese cut down the bamboo because
they (need) u.i...r:,.r,i.., fields to grow rice.
Ta-Ming (understand) 6.............,. that b,qt
he (feel) 7 -........:.... sad because there ire
only about one thousand pandas in
China now.
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Look at the photo of the rice fields. The
people (work) in the fields on
the farm. They Qike) their work.
In this picture they [clean) 10............... the
n'ater arould the rice plants. They
[1ove; tt.......,..1i'tfre countryside. When
thel' go to work in the morning they
(seeJ t2............... the snow on the
nountains and sometimes they (hear)
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This is a paragraph. The first sentence te1ls vou what the
paragraph is about. The other sentences gr\-e more
information.
I live in a village in the south of China. China is a very big
country with many rivers, dry deserts and fields. There are
high mountains co.,'ered with snor,v near my village.
Write a paragraph about the countryside around
your town or village.
I live in c smoll/ big fown I villoge in ",. Tneie :re ,,
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Listen and read.
It ls nine o'clock on Monday morning at Westpark
Comprehensive School. The pupils usually start
lessons at this time but today they are in the main
hall. They're listening to the headmaster. He has some
mportant news for them.
Kathy, Tim, Julie and her brother, Sam, are in the hall
too. They are very good friends. They often meet after
school and spend a lot of time together.
We don't usually meet on Mondays but today I have
some important news for you. l'm sure you all Know
about the football league. Well, our team are the
winnersj says the
hea d master.
Sam plays for the school football team. He's crazy
about football. He practises every day. He often
watches football on W and goes to football matches'
He's a great footballer too. Now he's taking the cup
from the headmaster.
'Look, Julie, your brother, Sam, is taking the cup from
the headmasterl saYs KathY.
'Yes, he's the captain of the teami says Julie.'l'm
really proud of himl
'Shh I The headmaster's talking againi says Kathy.
'Now our te am can play in the All-England schools
league. But they need a good football pitchl says the
headmaster. 'Today the workmen from the Brown's
Building Company are at school' They're beginning
work on the new Piich nowl
'lt's really great news. The old pitch isn t very goodj
says Julie.
'Yes, but look through the window, Juliel Can you see
the workmen?' saYs KathY.
'0h, yes, but they are n't working They re going into
Upton Wood next to the scr"ooi, That's strangej
answers Julie.
'Oh, come on ! lt's time for the Biology lesson j says
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j\/ho has some important news for the school?
\\rhat is the news?
\\'ho rs the captain of the school football team?
\\'hal can the school football team do now?
\\-hi' are there workmen at the school?
\\'here are the workmen going?
Listen and answer the questio
1 Who is the headmaster talking to on
the phone?
2 What's the problem with the
workmen?
What are the workmen doing today?
What mustn't the workmen lo?
What's the information about the
football pitch?
Reading skilis: unaerstanding
new words
Read the passage and circle the new words.
Tiy lo guess rhe meaning of the new
words trom the whole sentence.
Check the meaning of the words in
a dictionarv.
Read. Then tell the class why the trees
are important.
Present Continuous
now
They are Iistening to the
headmaster.
Time expressions
today, now, at the moment
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Continuous. Then listen and check.
rit'* Well done, SamlA great shotlyou (play)
., j..sr.c.pl#9i.r.9... very we ll today.
lim*l And you're a great goalie. you always (stop)
..... all my shots at goai
?lttx Not always. Well, I only (practise] :............................. in
our football lessons ancl once a weeK at the team
practice. I want to practise everv dav.
$*xs?i* Yes, we all (need) ,....... .- ;;" practrce
now we're in the school league for England.
'{'irm lt's fantastic news about thi new footbait pitch.
$exx'r; Yes, superlAnd the workmen (Oeqin)
..... the work now.
:*yr Where (they 7 make) 0........... the pitch?
!;${?r In the school grounds near Upton Wood.
Make questions. Use the present Simple or the
Present Continuous. Then ask and ur'r*ur.
Does the school meet every Monday?
No, it doesn,t.
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.tfnat ,iT. Z the pupits / usually f start/ lessons
\4zhat / Sam / take / from the headmaster
l1^ U practise / football / every day
The rvorkmen / work / now
iVhere / the workmen / go / now
Present Simple
routine
The pupils usually have lessons
at nine o'clock on Mondays.
Time expressions
every day, often, usually, always,
sometimes, never, on Mondays
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dry swimming pool brilliant desert
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4 wear
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Write the words next to the correct symb
Then listen and check.
go king
fither rose
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Dictionary skills: dictionary entry
In a dictionary entry you can find h{ormation
about the speliing, grarnmar, pronunciation and
meaning [defiaition) of a word.
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spelling
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Student A, look at the picture below and make
questions. Then ask and answer about the
picture. Student B, turn to page 104.
Student A
What ure the cots in the garden d"oing?
c&ts ofe ...
1 What / the cats in the garden / do
2 How many / pigs / swim
3 Which animal / dive / inlo the srvimming pool
4 What / the girl in the red dress / do
5 What / the dog / do
Close your books and write sentences about the
picture in Exercise Z. The group with the most
sentences wins.
T'he cct is cninkinq nriik"
Complete. Use the present Simple or the present
Continuous.
Today is Saturday. The Johnsons and their children,
Mike and Sally, are at home. Mr Johnson (not /
work) 19*t.ti:l.,i..:l{!:i.,: on Saturdays. He usuaily
(cleanJ ..... the house. Mrs Johnson often
[go) 3............. to the shops on Saturdays but
today she (make) ..... a speclal cake. Mike
and Sally (not / usually / sray) 5............................. at
l9n . on Saturdays. But they are at home today.
They (help) 6............................. their dad. They (woit)
..... very hard because it is Mike's
rirthday party on Sundayl
Complete. Use the correct form of the
verbs in the box.
like feel understand
know neeo want
The boy .iii.i,.::i.:i::.:, :..:,: t.::,,.;:. French but he
can't speak it.
She ............... lots of famous people.
you .............. happy?
Flowers oxygen to grow.
you ............. some lemonade?
you.............. my new hat?
Make questions. Then ask and answer.
Do your parents like Chinese food.?
No, they d,on't.
(likej .............. your parenrs
Chinese food?
(help) you usuaily ............... with
the housework at home?
(wear) you ............... red socks
today?
(know) your parents ........... ..
your marks in English?
(sitJ ............... you ......
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i What is the song about?
I Who is Sue?
S What does the boy do every day?
4 What is the boy doing now?
Listen and sing the song. Look at
page 104.
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Look at the cover and answer the questions.
Then read and check your answers.
1 Where is Ali from?
2 What is the story about?
Aii lives in Turkev. He wants to have a camera.
Every day after school he goes to the rnarket
near his house. People buy food there and Ali
carries their bags for them. Then the people pay
Ali. Ali needs this money to buy a camera. He
always keeps the money in his pocket. Then one
day...
Read and answer the questions.
1 What work is Ali doing in the market today?
2 Does the big man work in the market?
3 Who does the big man hit?
4 What does the big man do next?
5 How does Ali feel?
One afternoon, Ali is carrying a heavy bag
for an old man.
'There's a man behind us,' the old man
says. 'Do you know him?'
Ali looks at the man behind them. He is big
;nd ctrnno
'No, I don't know him. He doesn't work in
the market.'
'Watch my bag!' the old man says. 'Perhaps
he's a thief.'
Ali thinks of the money in his pocket.
'Let's walk quickly,' he tells the old man.
'I can't walk quickly. You're young, but I'm
not!'
Suddenly, the big man takes the bag from
Ali's hand and starts to run away. Ali runs
after him. The man hits Ali. Ali falls down,
and his money falls out of his pocket. The
man puts down the bag. Then he takes Ali's
money and runs away. Ali gives the bag to
the old man.
'Thank you very much,' the old man says.
'You're a very good young man.'
Ali is unhappy, but he does not talk about
the money. That evening, he does not tell
his mother and father about it.
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1 Ali gets a camera from Yusuf.
2 Ali takes a photo of Yusuf and his
mother.
3 Yusuf works for a newspaper.
4 Ali's photos are very good.
5 Ali starts working tn a small
photography shop.
Read and discuss which is the best ending
for the story.
I think
1 A1i is a good worker and he learns a lot
about photography. The shop becomes
famous. Yusuf's newspaper writes about
the shop and Ali's photos.
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Yusuf puts AIi's photos in his newspaper.
Ali becomes famous and starts selling his ,
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3 Ali learns a lot about photographl'. There is
a photography competition in Yusuf's
newspaper and Ali sends one of his photos.
Ali wins the first prize in the competition -
he can study at a college of photography.
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Tell the class your answer. For the correct
ending read the book.
The best ending is ... because ...
Thlk about Ali's photographs. Use the
Present Continuous.
Thls is a photo of fishermen.
It is evening and the sun is going ...
Describe the photographs in Exercise 6.
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Listen and read. Then answer the quer
Where is PtccodillY Circas?
The Londoners are doing a project on.London'
for their History teacher, Mrs Linton' Mark
was born in London' His Parents'
erandparents and his Sreat-Srand.parents were
6orn ih.t. too. He knows a lot about tne
i.i*ty of London' Today he has got an old
"iior"'"i Piccadilly Circus' a famous piace in
ihe centre of London'
Listen and read.
{Vtv'* This is o photo of Piccodilly.Crrcus
,.'ilti*"t* no* ond'Mork's got o.block ond
white photo of Piccodilly Circus in
.l905. lt wos his greot-grondfother's
ohoto'
tLni:r bh, th"t" were o lot of buildings in
PiccodillY Circus in ,l9051
S&wg'$,; Yes, theie were olwoys lol.s of
shops, restouronts ond office blocks
becouse Piccodilly Circus is in the
centre of London'
ffiqx*e Wos your greot-grondfother o
PhotogroPher, Mork? ,
**'sxrk No, he wosn't o photogropher' He
wos o boker' His shoP wos in
EilRS
to_
'iil;;;' Wos there o lot of troffic in Piccodilly
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PiccodillY Circus'
Were your greol-grondporents rich?
w"ir, ir..'"u,i"r"n-t rich ond theY
weren't Poor. But there were o lot ot
ooor peoPle in London then'
[o* tonY PeoPle were there in
London in'l'905, Mrs Linton?,.
Circus in those doYs?
No, th"t" wosn'i o lot' There weren't
onij t"Uto crossings or troffic lights
ond the troffic wos very slow, ,
becouse Piccodilly is o roundobout'
Also there were horse-drown
corrioqes ond there weren't monY
.orc oi buses. The buses were
double-deckers with oPen toPs'
There ore some oPen toP buses .
now but they're only for,the tourists
to see the sights - ond the rotnt
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Tick . true. Cross false.
1 Mark knor,vs a lot about London. &{
2 Mark's great-grandfather was a
nhotnqr.r nher
3 In i905 there were more than ten million
people in London.
4 There was a lot of traffic in piccadilly
Circus in 1905.
5 The open top buses are for tourists now. \u
Vocabulary
Match.
1 a roundabout t
2 an open top bus -q
3 traffic lights d
4 a zebra crossing &
5 a double-deckei bus:#
6 traffic l',,
a bus with two leveis
traffic goes round it in a circle
all the cars, buses etc. in a street
coloured lights in a street; they stop and
start the traffic
black and white lines on a steet; people
can cross the street there
a bus without a roof
Past Simple: to be
He was a photographer.
He wasn't a photographer.
Was he a photographer?
Yes, he was. / No, he wasn't.
Why was he a photographer?
They were poor.
They weren't poor.
Were they poor?
Yes, they were. / No, they weren,t.
,-r.'' were they poor?
Complete. Use the Past Simple of to be.
1 Mark's photo ...ty9.i... his great-grandfather,s.
2 The buses in 1905 double-deckers.
3 Mark's mother ............... born in London.
4 Mark's grandfather [nqt)-.....r......... poor.
5 Kim's parents (not)4.i.Y?.'6orn in London.
Past Simple: th.ere is / there are
There was a lot of traffic.
There wasn't a lot of traffic.
Was there a 1ot of traffic?
Yes, there was. / No, there wasn't.
When was there a lot of traffic?
There were a iot of poor people.
There weren't a lot of poor people.
Were there a lot of poor people?
Yes, there were. / No, there weren't.
Why were there a lot of poor people?
Complete. Use the correct forms of to be,
tlrcre is and there are. Then listen and check.
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Your greot-grondfother's photo in
block ond white is very nice, Mork.
Yes, it is. Of course, (not) r If.Cl.'.?..vy-s-f:F:.:.
colour photos in those doys. Con
you see the lody in the big white hot?
Yes, I con. Whv?
Well, she 2. ' ..... my greot-
grondmotherl She 3..............:..............
o Londoner too but she (not)
1..... ,. ..... very hoppy there. Her
best friends (not) i ' '................. frot
London.
And why ..... double-
decker buses in fhose doys?
Becouse ..... lois of people
in the centre of iown.
..... o lot of troffic in other
ploces in London in ,l905, Mrs
Linton?
No, e............. Outside of the
centre of London
usuolly onJy horse-drown corrioges
ond bicycles.
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1 Mrs Linton@/ isn't a Londoner.
2 Mrs Linton was born in north / centraL
London.
3 In 1960 there weren't many houses / office
bLocks in north London.
4 There was a school / roundabouf in front of
N4rs Lrnton's house.
5 There LLtos / wasn't a lot of traffic in front
of Mrs Linton's house.
6 There wos / wosn't a zebra crossing near
Mrs Linton's school.
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Olu*less Yesterday I had an urgent phone call from
Lord Rich. There was a thiel in his house and
he wanted to see me.
Holnres Wow! So you're a famous detective now'
Clueless
I knocked at the door. A housekeeper
opened it. First he took my hat and put it on
the shelf. Then he took the money {rom my
oocket.
And you saw thatlWell done, Clueless.
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I hurried to Lord Rich's house. I got
on the Number 6. lt was the wrong
bus. So I decicied to walk there
because it was urgent.
A brilliant decision, Clueless!
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Next I went into the dining room with Lord
Rich and we ate a delicious meal. Then we
played chess and drank some tea. After that
the housekeeper came and took the plates,
and then he took money from Lord Rich's
oocket.
h'ioirnes But he wanted your help to find the
thief.
elucless No, he only wanted to play chess with
me,
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Holmes
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Finally I decided to tell Lord Rich about it'
I said, 'Your housekeeper is the thief"
Very clever, Clueless!Was Lord Rich surprised?
No, he wasn't. He knew it! He shouted, 'l knowl
Now continue the game - l'm winning!'
Listen and read.
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a Clueless went to Lord Rich's house.
b Lord Rich wanted to play chess with Clueless.
c The housekeeper took Clueless's hat and his money.
d Clueless and Lord Rich ate and drank.
e The housekeeper took the plates and Lord Rich's
money.
f Clueless had an urgent phone call from Lord Rich.
Past Simple positive
regular I knocked at the door.
He wanted to see me.
We played chess.
irregular I went into the dining room.
He took the money from my pocket.
We ate a delicious meal.
Look at Exercise
I and complete.
Past Simple
Irregular
t have ..hod....
2 ............... saw
Yys.nfg.a
Read Exercise 4 again and put
the pictures in the correct order.
Speaking skills: sequencing word
Use the following words when you're
telling a story:
ftrst, next, tlrcn, ofter that, ftnolLy.
Look at Exercise 1 and circle all
sequencing words.
Close your books and tell the
story of Lord Rich's money. Use
the sequencing words.
First Clueless hod an urgent
phone call from Lord Rich.
Lord Rich lud. a thief
in his house.
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1 want
z ask
s hurry
+ decide
knock
open
play
shout
walked
3 get
e take
5 put
6go
7 eat
s drink
I COme
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11 say
12 know
told
5
6
7
8
9
10
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telephoned
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Complete. Use the Past Simple.
First Lord Rich and Clueless (finish.)'... - ..,....rthqir game
of chess. Then Lord Rich (telephone) 21,,1(.'p.h.4ff€ fiolice.
Next the polige (comej 3.V!Yn.e to Lord Rich's house and
Gsk) qa<\K%l a lot,ofl4uestions. The police, Lord Rich and
Clueless (know) s.4..0.81l,... tlre housekeeper [be) o::p-i*. tne
thief but they [wanf ,.qQ . to find the money too, The
housekeeper (beJ e?5-.9t4. clever and he (put) ?@.:*.T.r tire
money in a vase. Finally Clueless (decide) rc.0.q(!.(.{%
ieave. He ftake) 11yZ.Q-{j.}Ufi hat from the housekeeper
but he (knock) tz.{yLQ.Cft(1ft vase on the floor and there
(be) ts.'i.;'-r.--x the money. What a great detectivel
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Listen and read. Then answer the
? question.
i wnot ktnd of holidoy did Annie have
i last year?
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activity around the world. We've got an
interview with Annie from Germany about
Hil Do you like ouidoor
activities? Camping is a
very popular outdoor
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your fomilY, Annie Where did You
go lost yeor?
We went comPing in GermonY'
Did you enioY it?
i"r,1 aia. l'enioyed it very much' The
weother wos wonderfull lt didn't roin
once. My dod Put uP the tent neor,o
river. We swom every mornlng ono
we ote outside everY doY'
Did you cook?
No, I didn't. MY mum ond dod mode
the'meols. MY dod's o terrible cook'
Only the flies'ond wosPs enioyed his
meols.
&$ex Whqt did You do?
a***i* Mv brothei ond I wqshed up ofter
."ols ond mode the comPfire' Our
tost voluoble equipment wqs motches'
&{s}x Did You hove sleePing bogs?
K**;* Yes, we did. I used o torch to reod in
my sleePing bog ot night'
r'lp"r: A;d did you sleeP well?
$;i'* No, we iidn't sleeP verY well' The
mosquitoes bit us every.night' Ald ty
dod snores ond he mode o terrible
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1 washed uP after meals /
2 put uP the tent
3 made the meals . \
4 swam every morrung
5 made the camPfire
6 read at niSht
7 snored all night
8 enjoved Dad's meals
Past Simple negative and questions
regular I washed uP after meals'
I didn't wash uP after meals'
Did You wash uP after meals?
Yes, I did. / No, I didn't'
What did You do?
irregular We ate outside'
- We didn't eat outside'
Did You eat outside?
Yes, we did. / No, we didn't
Where did You eat?
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1 Annie's parents washed up after meals.
Annie's ponents didn'f wcsh up offen rneols,
Annie cnC hen bnothen washed up often
neois,
Annie put up the tent.
The family swam every afternoon.
Annie used matches to read in her
sleeping bag.
Annie's brother cooked the meals.
Annie and her brother enjoved their
dad's meals.
,:r'l Rsk and answer about Annie's holiday.
Where did. Annie go on holiday?
She went to Germany.
Vocabulary
Complete. Use the words in the box.
Then listen and repeat.
matches torch sleeping bag
tent map helmet
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Pierre from Belgium
went walking last year.
Marianna. is from Argentina.
She went co-noeing on lw lnliday.
Annie went camping
lo"st yeor.
What did Annie use to start a fire?
a@a!.IF b a torch
2 What did Marianna wear on her head?
a a helmet
b a tent
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a a life jacket
b a rucksack
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What did Pierre wear on his feet?
a walking boots b paddles
What did Marianna use to move the canoe?
a a compass
b a paddle
6 What did Annie sleeo in?
a a life jacket
b a sleeping bag
7 What did Pierre use to find his way?
a a paddle
b a compass
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paddie
Listening skills: putring events in order
1 Read the sentences.
2 Try to put the events in order before i'ou listen to the tape.
Listen and put the sentences in the correct order.
a Pierre's father telephoned for help.
b Thev stopped and are their sandwiches.
c The n ind bleu' the map from Pierre's hands.
d Prerre fell doivn and broke his leg.
e Pierre and his dad went walking. -
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At the lunch break the girls met Sam and hrs friend' Tim'
'lt's great news about the new football pitchi said 'Julie
'Yesi replied Sam. 'But where are ihe workmen?'
'We saw them this mornrngl answe red Julie 'They went
rnto Upton Woodl
'Upton Wood ! That's strange!' said Sam'
'Why did they go there ?' asked Tim"
'Let's go and find theml'said Sam'
Remember the storY! ComPlete'
Westpark Comprehensive School'5 1 """"-
tearn.needsanewfootball2.''.,','.....,'..forthe
All-England schools league matches' The 3" " ''"""' '
from the Brown's Buiiding Company aren't in
the school grounds. They're in the 4 "" "" '"
The children we.t to the end of the school grounds The
workmen we re n't there. Then the chrldren went into the
wood. They heard the workmen's voices and hid behind
sorne trees.
'What are rheY doing?' asked KathY'
'They're measuring the groundi said Sam,'and marking
the trees wlth red crossesl
At that mornent the school be ll rang for afternoon lessons'
'0uick, let's go!'said Julie.
The chtldren ran back to the school grounds'
'l think those workmen are making the footbali pitch tn
Upton Wood. They want to cut down the treesi said Julie'
'That's terrlble !'said KathY.
'But we need a new football pitchl said Tim''The old
football pitch never dries outl
'OK. BLit we need the trees in Upton Wood too!'said
KathY.
'Let s go to the Brown's Building Company after school
and find out about therr plansl saio Sam'
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When did the gtrls meet Tim and Sam?
Why didn't the workmen see the children?
Why did the workmen mark the trees with red crosses?
Why did the children run back to the school grounds?
Where did Sam want to go after school?
Present Simple, Present Continuous
and Past Simple
Present Simple
The old football pitch never dries out.
Present Continuous
They're measuring the ground.
Past Simple
The children went into the wood.
Complete. Use the correct
Then listen and check.
verb forms.
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After school the children (go) ,.........W.ent......... to the offices of the
Brown's Building Company.
'Can we see Mr Brown, please?' (say; ,.......
reception ist.
'Oh you're luckyl' the receptionist (reply) :
.....:d..........5am to the
Read and label the plan in
Exercise 4.
1 school grounds
2 football pitch
3 shops
4 office blocks
5 roundabout
The children looked at the drawinqs.
They were the plans for Upton Wood.
The football pitch was half in the wood
and half in the school grounds. Behind
the football pitch were shops and there
were office blocks behind them. There
were roads all around these buildings
and there was a roundabout next to the
shops. There weren't any trees in the
pla n.
'We must tell our friends at school
about this plan. We must stop itj said
Sam.
Make questions about the story.
Then ask and answer.
Who are the children in the stol?
: They are Sam, Julie, Tim and. Kathy.
Who / the children /
in the story
What / the school 7 need / for
the,football team
Where / the workmen / work /
now
Mr Brcir.'gn / usrially / work / tn
the afteinoons
5 Where / the cilildren / sbe /
the plans for Upton Wood
Tell the story of The Rigttt
Choice. Use the words in the box.
first then nexr after that finally
The school footboll teom won the
town's football league.
Tlten the workmen froi lii nro.i'i '
Bui\ding Company come to the school
to make a new footbo.ll pitch.
1
2
3
4
5
'Mr Brown (not / often / come)
afternoons but he (work) s........... ................. rn
the first floorl
..... here in the
his office now lt's on
The children (take) u.. . the iift to the first floor. The
door of Mr Brown's office (be) . open. The children
(walk) 4........... in but Mr Bro,,vn (no: / oe) ,. .
there. There (be) '0........... . large drawings on the wall.
'What (you / do; ,,.......... .................?'said Sam to Kathy.
'l (look) ........ at these plansj said Kathy. They,re the
plans for Upton Woodl'
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1 You can use this to travel on a river'
2 You can use this to see things at night'
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4 You use it to find Your way.
5 You use this to move a canoe.
8 You use it to find North. 1
a matches
b canoe
c map
d torch
e rucksack
f compass
g paddle
h tents
Complete. Use do or make.
1 ............... a football pitch
2 a camPfire
3 a meal
4 a Project
5 a quiz
6 a noise
Say. Then listen
1 tili
/sir/ see
3 /'\:' t
/tur/ two
5 ,'.,:i,,
/sncr/ snore
and check.
2 lnl
/tt/ it
4 iLll
/Put/ Pttt
6 lill
/rop/ toP
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Complete.
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1 /sliry/
7 /tut/
I /ruk/
9 /stt/
10 /trut/
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2 /soks/
3 ,i:r/
4 tdt:/
5 'tt',/
6 ,'blul,i
Make eight questions about the pictures'
Use rhere uras ,' tltere u'ere. Then ask and
ans\\rer rvith a partner'
Was there & restoutont in tlrc street in 1964?
No, tlwe wrsn't.
in Piccadilly Circus in London and every :
night we (eat) a.........."""""" in a different .
restaurant. One day we (take) 5 """""""""""
an open top bus. We (visit) 6 """""""""""
Buckingham Palace and we (see)
7...................... the Queen but we (not /
speakJ 8.................'.... to her'
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=G trrtake questions. Then ask and answer about Juan,s
and Kate's last holidays.
Juun, did you go to another country?
l. Ye& I diil. I went to England.
.;. Tell the class about your last horiday. Look at Exercise
7 for ideas.
Last yes.r I went on holidnV with ...
Make questions.
1 He went camping two years
ago. (When?)
When did he go comping?
2 My mother cooked fish last
night. (What?)
3 She drank ten colas last week.
(How many?)
4 We camped by a river.
(Where?)
5 My brother was born in 1995.
(When?)
Circle the correct answer.
1 Do you like making cakes?
a Yes, I am.
c Yes, I did.
My brother to the
cinema every week.
a goes b is going c go
Do you every day?
a swim b swam c swimming
he go there last week?
a Does b Is c Did
Lookl They ............... behind the
trees.
a hide b are hiding c hid
Complete. Use the past Simple.
|\ Hol'r/q! \r1 London bX Juan
Last year I (have) 1 ...'...h9d"""' a great i
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holiday. I [go) z .. . ....""""' to England with ;
my family. We (stay) 3""""" "" """ in a hotel '!
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lessons on the blackboard.
@ Oiviae the class into two groups.
@ Student from Group A, choose a
verb and make a sentence.
@ Student from Group B, repeat
the sentence and add another
sentence to make a story.
| @ Score one point for each correct
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country
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X (small viilage)
go with your
family
y' (parents and
sister)
X (a friencl anct
her parents)
3 take a
sleeping bag
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sleep in a tent
X (a hotet)
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cook your meals
X (eat in
restaurants)
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Yesterday Mary had. s pafry.
She invited tu)enty friends.
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the lrlSA
and Gneau P.ni|.aln
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languag^ Lo America. So rhe
Americans and the Britlsh
qnock thp ccme lcndrrr.do -
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buL wrLh some differencesl
In lhe USA lhe people
speak American Engl .sh
and rn Greal Brlrain they
speak Brirish Engl-sh. The
accenl is different in lhese
LWo U4)es of Engl ish and
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tells You about "' [:
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below. Student B.
A, look at the crossword
turn to page 104.
Number I is food.
Yes, if is.
Yes, if rs.
Student A
Is it fast food? ';
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Is it s hamburger? :
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What did the British woman and the
American man buy? Listen and tick
Then compare the shopping lists.
1 British woman
crisps
ao oe
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chips
biscuits
a tin of tomatoes
bananas
2 American man
i a can of tomatoes .. , i
r apples ,.i
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similarities between Great Britain and the
USA.
Thene qre rnong diffenences between Gneot Bnifoin
ond the USA, Thene one 50 stotes rn ..,
Find things from Great Britain and the
USA, for example food labels, pictures of
clothes, advertisements for T\L
programmes and films.
Stick your pictures and photos on a
poster and label them with their British
and American names.
BrE sureets
AmE candies
BrE film
AmE movie
r cookies
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My friend, Bill, has got ginger hair and. he often
wears a jumper, black trousers and, blue trainers.
,' oh, r've got " frr";; lotua ittt no. nat
t he's got red lwir and lrc usually weors a
. .:weater, block pants and. blue sneskers.
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Listen and read. Then answer
the question.
Why is the Neuu Forest famous?
Today Kim and Vicki are having
a picnic in the New Forest with
Vicki's parents. The New Forest is
the biggest forest in the south of
England. It's famous because it's
got about 1,500 deer and lots of
wild ponies. Some of the ponies
are friendly and people can touch
them.
Listen and read.
Wiek$ I think this is the nicest forest in Englond.
K6ffi You're right. I love these New Forest poniesl
They're prettier thon horses.
Vic${$ Yes. Their toils ond mones ore longer.
Kim And they're smoller thon horses. l'm scored of
horses but l'm not scored of these ponies.
'rli,rk6 Of course not! We're toller thon theml I think the
New Forest ponies ore the smollest ponies in Greot
Britoin.
,, i;''r. Welsh ponies ore smoller thon these ponies, I think.
And they're fotter too.
. ,: How do vou know thot?
t' ',, My dod's from Woles. I go there every summer.
"..,,'.: Oh, yes, I forgot thot. There ore lois of very pretty
deer in ihis forest too.
K&rxt Reolly! Thct's greot! Lefs find theml
Wisk$ Well, it's hord to find them becouse they're shy.
They hide ond this forest is reolly big.
Kim'l Oh, look! This pony is touching my hond.
It's hungry!
1. i:i,,. And l'm hungry too. Let's go ond finish the picnic!
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superlative of adjectives.
The New Forest ts ..l.hg..higgep-t.
forest in the south of England. (big)
The New Forest ponies are
... animals in the
forest. (friendly)
The deer in the New Forest are
... than the ponies. (shy)
Kim thinks ponies are .............................
than horses. (pretty)
Which animals are .............................?
Horses, ponies or deer? (large)
E1LtTj,1# Look at the pictures. Then read and
circle the correct words.
1 Thehorse n6@/ smallerthan
the Welsh pony.
The Welsh pony is the slrcrtest /
tollest of the three animals.
The deer is a dorker / li.ghter colour
than the \Velsh pony.
The Welsh pony's tail is long /
short.
The deer's legs are longer / shorter
than the Welsh pony's legs.
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I think Kim u the nicest.
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2 Kim is scared o{horsej/ ponies.
3 Kim knows anou@/ the New Forest ponies.
4 Kim's dad is from England / fi7s16
5 jlqfrard to find the@/ ponies in the New Forest.
6lVtck\/ Klm wants to finish the picnic.
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Comparative and superlative of short adjectives
smaller the smallest
nicer the nicest
bigger the biggest
prettier the prettiest
Ponies are smaller than horses.
The New Forest ponies are the smallest ponies in Great Britain.
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Holmes clueless! Please come here now! Last night some burglars
brokeintothehouseofthemostfamousandmostimportant
person in England and stole all the things in it'
Clueless i'm on my wiylWe're the best detectives in England'
Well, you're better than me' but together we can find these
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And they stole the furniture, paintings and books
Were theY valuable too?
Well, no, -but they were the most interesting books
and paintings in London. And the furniture was
very comfortable.
WowlThis burglary is worse than I thought'
Clueless What did the burglars steal?
Holmes They stole some valuable jewels
and exPensive clothes.
Clueless Were the jewels more valuable
than the Queen of England's jewels?
l-lolmes Well, no, but theY were more
colourlul.
Clueless Were the clothes more expensive
than the Queen's clothes?
Holmes No, but they were more fashionable'
Clueless OK. Let's starithe investigation'
We nust find some clues so we
can catch these thieves'
First. whose house was it?
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1 Why did Holmes telephone Clueless?
2 When did the burglars break into the house?
3 What did the burglars steal?
4 Were the clothes expensive?
5 Was the furniture viluable?
6 Where was the burglary?
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Complete. Use the words in the box.
Put the paragraphs in the correct
order. Then listen and check.
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two o'clock in the morning and tied
Ms Holmes to a chair.
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Next the robbers emptied the house.
They stole Ms Holmes,s paintings,
books, furniture, clothes and iewellerv
and left Ms Holmes tied to " .h"ir.
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Student A, you are a reporter for a
newspaper. Ask Holmes and Ciueiess
questions.
Students B and C, you're the crazy
detectlves. Ansrver the reporter,s
questions.
Holmes is .ti;t,.e.i.!r.t?,-.,,.rt!]rran C,lueless. (famous) Mr Clueless, what time itiit Ms Holm.es
The burglars stbl& i.:.,.ir....;;6r.jrLff.int-g, in telephone you kut night?
England. [interesting) ^ '!'.{
Holnres's books wereriff.../i:,i.-.t,)ithan her Ms Holmes, did. you see the barglars?
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Last night there was a r......b..qnglsng.... in f
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the building and r.... , qen computers. I
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expensrve more expensive the most expensive
lnterestlng more interesting the most interesting
Were the clothes more expensive than the eueen,s clothes?
They were the most interesting books in Eneland.
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The letter is about his vitlage in Peru' He can :
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I live in a village near Lima.
The village is very small.
There are mountains in Peru.
The mountains are called the Andes.
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Correct the mistakes.
1 A lot of Earth is water.
- ot of the Eonth is woten
2 What colour if,sly?
3 Do you wang.Jo go to the Moon?
4 Andes are iri'South America.
5 The stars arg.beautiful tonight.
6 Australia istftallest continant.
: Read Pedro's notes. Decide on the correct
order of paragraphs in his letter. Then read
the letter and check vour answers.
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the Andes, the Pacific Ocean
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the hottest place
Dear Ally and Alex,
My name ls Pedro and I am fifteen years old.
I am from Peru, in South America.
There are moltntains in Peru. The mountains are
called the Andes. 2,e8O metres up in the Andes
there is an ancient tovrn. The tolrm is over five
hundred years old and it's called Machu Picchu.
I live in a village ln lhe Andes near Lima. the
capital of Peru. The village is very small with an
old church. There is a beautiful river in rny
village. The river is very clean and it isn't very
deep. We swim and fish in it.
I am sending you a picture of Machu Ficchu for
lhe Friends' Club magazine.
Best wishes
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Thele is .....d,...... church in Pedro's village.
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mountains are very high.
4 Theqe is ..A-....... ancient town in the Andes.
...'ee name of the town is Machu Picchu.
5 Pedro i^s"s"ending ...-Q...r...... photo to Ally and
Alex. ..J.#,t-. photo shows Machu Picchu.
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Make notes before you start writing your letter
Plan horv manli paragraphs you need.
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Start your letter with Dear and finish it with
Best wishes and Vour name.
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Kathy, Julie, t...$sn.... and Tim went to the offices of the Brown's
Building Company. wasn't in his office but they saw the
for Upton Wood. They decided to tell their + ............... at
school the next day.
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Listen and read.
'The Brown's Building cdtprny is goinc to b;ilC:"e
new football pitch in Upton $Jooc, T"e',''.'c: "c :o cuild
offices and a shopptng, cent'e iool' Sa- s'ci:e. :l -.e
children in the playgrdund. -
'They're gorng to cut down the treesl (aio tin.
'Think about the animals in the wood l' shouted Kathy.
'Where are they going to live? We must stop this planl'
'But where are we going to play foo-tbq],ll'asked one boy.
'We can make the football pitch in ano;'h'er placei
shouted Sam, '6ut we can't make anothti woodl'
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All the children in the playgrqu'nd cheEred.
'l'm going to telephone The Westpork /Ver,vsi said Sam.
'The workmbn are going to come here tomorrow at nine
Tl^e r ev: ca ,, :he workmen arrived at nine o'clock.
T"e , sa,', : -s o' chrldre n. Many children had posters
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trees with therr saws.
The children moved and stood in front of the trees.
'You must stop or we aren't going to movei said Sam.
At that moment the reporter and the photographer
from The Westpark /Vews arrived. The children looked
at them and saw the headmaster behind them!
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I'm going to telephone The Westpark News.
I'm not going to telephone The Westpark News.
Are vou going to relephone Tlrc Westpark News?
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l-e's going to telephone Tlw Westpark News.
He isn't going to telephone Tlrc Westpark News
Is ne going to telephone Tlrc Westpark News?
Yes, he is. / No, he isn't.
'"- is he going to telephone The Westpark News?
They're going to cut down the trees.
They aren't going to cut down the trees.
Are they going to cut down the trees?
Yes, they are. / No, they aren't.
iYhl' are they going to cut down the trees?
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Then listen and check.
'What's happening here?' asked the headmaster.
'The workmen (cut down) r.g.n9..gqing..t-o-.p..qf.-d-o..wn the treesj ,
answered Tim. 'But we (not / move) z:t;..i.,:.......i...:............... from herel
'They (build) a.:,...........,.....:..;'..:...;;...:'oui football pitch here; said Kathy.
'How do you know thatT'asked the headmaster.'l talked to Mr
Brown vesterdav and .,'
'We saw the plans in Mr Brown's officel said Sam.
'Well, | (stop) +:........,.,...........,...,-..... the ir work. Please go home now,
l[talkl sr; ..(',.:"........,i,.:'......':... to Mr Brown aqain] said ihe headmaster
'Well, we (Rug u1;i..,..1 tiris story on the front page of
The Westpork News', said the reporter. 'The people of this town
must know the truth about Upton Woodl
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Then ask and answer.
What are the workmeru going to do in
Upton Wood?
:. They're,.gotng to cat down the trees.
1 What / the r,vorkmen / do in
Upton Wood
2 Why / workmen / cut down
the trees
3 Who / take / photos
4 Who / write / about the story
5 story / be / on the front page
of The Westpark News
6 What / the people of the town /
do
Prepare an interview between
the reporter and a pupil from
Westpark School. Perform it for
the class.
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Upton Wood. Why did the
building compony stort their work
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We wonted to hove o new footboll
pitch in our school.
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1 The people of the town read
about the plan for Upton Wood
in The Westpark Neu,s. r'
2 The people of the town liked
the plan for Upton Wood.
3 The Brown's Building Company
is going to build the shopping
centre ard offices in Upton
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are going to play in the
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Write a paragraph about what
happened at the end of the story.
The people of Westponk neod ,rbouf
the plon fon Upfon Wood in tire
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5 That rich man has a very "":''"ri"' car'
6 The police i"""J "" important """ " "" and
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Put the words into alphabetical order'
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comparative or superlative of adjectives.
Mick, Mack and Milly are three friends. Mack is a
pop singer and Mick, his best friend, is a footballer.
Mick is (famous) 1ll?.a..r.e.fcn.a.4.'=. than Mack because
Mack is the [badJ z .. singer ln England'
Milly is a teacher. She's (shl') 3.... .,..,.,.............. than
Mick or Mack but she's (friendlv)
than her two friends.
Mack has the (modern) ..... sitting room
of the three friends. His furniture is (expensive)
6............,.............. than Mick's but Mick's furniture is
[comfortable) z ............. Mick's room is
(colourful) 8............................. than Mack's room and he's
8ot the (bigl o .. television in the street! I
think Milly's room is the (nice) 10..............................
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1 ....I-he.... sun is shining today and it's verl'hot.
2 | got book and CD for mY
birthday. CD is reallY great but
book is boring.
3 My friend likes looking at .......... ... Moon and
stars at night.
4 Which is ............... biggest ocean in .
world? Is it ............... Pacific Ocean?
5 They've got two children, bov and
girl. ............... boy's name is Adam and
girl's name is SoPhie.
Ask your partner about his / her plans for the
weekend and circle the answer.
Are you going to study this weekend.?
Yes, I om. / No, I'm not.
Look at Exercise 9 and tell the class
about your partner's plans.
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Check the meaning of these rvords in a dictionan-.
missing coin stamp
shopkeeper surprised flute
Look at the picture and answer the questions.
1 What has the man got in the box?
2 Who is standing at the back of the caf6?
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The shopkeeper comes to the caf6. He is
very an8ry.
'Where are my coins?' he says.
'Your coins?' Carla says. 'I don't
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'They're missingl' the shopkeeper says.
'Did you steal them?'
Carla and Pete are surprised. The people
at the tables near them are surprised too.
Ther- rvatch the two friends and the old
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S::a- r-,-rur coins" Nol' Carla says. Her
:ace Ls hot ancl red.
\\'e Jidn r sieal .rn\ stamf\s or coins,'
Pete savs. '\\'hat are \ ou sai ing?' He is
anSry now.
'You've got mv coinsl the shopkeeper
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missins iast week. Some students had
them too, I think.'
'Did rrou see the students u'rth the coins?'
Pete savs.
The oid man doesn't answer.
A nnlicp nffir-pr n-;Lks doutn the street tO
the caf6. He u-atches Carla and Pete and
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'These tu'o students came into my shop,'
the shonkeener savs. 'I went to the back
room and answered the telephone. Then I
went back into the shop. Some valuable
coins rvere missing, and the two students
were not in the shop.'
The police officer looks at Pete and Carla.
'\,Vhat do you say?' he asks.
'Yes, we went into the shop,' Carla says.
'We wanted to look at the stamPS.'
'But we didn't steal them,' Pete says. And
we didn't take the coins.'
from The Missing Coins by John Escott
Ask and answer.
1 Where are Carla and Pete?
2 Who is the old man?
3 What does this man sell?
4 Who is surprised? Why?
5 Why is Pete angry?
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Number the pictures.
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Discuss the questions. Talk to the class
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r Who is the thief?
o Ho$' did he / she steal the coins?
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There is a cafd / shop behind the flute
player.
3 The shop window is open / closed.
4 There's a hat next to the flute player.
People take coins from it / put coins into it.
Listen and answer the questions.
1 Is the street quiet?
2 How many tourists are listening to the flute
player?
3 Why hasn't the flute player got many coins
in his hat?
Listen and circle the correct words.
Pete says stamps / cotns are interesting.
Pete wants to sreal ' collect stamps.
The shopkeeper ls / isn't happy.
The coins in the shop are old / new.
Carla thinks the girl in the shop ls / isn't
friendly.
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&mh Do I hove to come?
'W6*ki Of course you hove to come, Rob'
We orronged it lost week'
Listen and read. Then answer the question'
Wlrcre in London con Yoln ftnd Laciano
Pavarotti, Met Gibson ondManLyn Monroe?
Madame Tussaud's Museurn in London has got
wax models of famous people from all over the
world. The models look like real people' Luciano
Pavarotti, Mel Gibson and. Marilyn Monroe are all
there. The museum is very popular' TWo mrllion
tourists go there every -vear.
Listen and read.
V'lclqi Are you reody for tomorrow, Rob?
R-ob ruith Luciano Pavarotti -l
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we going to meet?
We-hovJ to meet ot eight o'clock'
Eight o'clock! You're crozyl I hote getting
up-eorly on Soturdoys. Why do we hove
to meet so eorlY?
Kirm Becouse we hove to get there eorly'
There's olwoYs o queue.
r1f i,*ilri Oh, Mork's going to toke his new comero'
K*&n Briliiontl I wont o photo of me with
Luciono Povorotti - the greotest ltolion
singer in the world.
{ieki So, you ore going to come tomorrow'
ff.eli* Of course I om. Don't you remember?
We orronged it lost week'
Kg*ip Don't be so bossy, Vickl. Whot time ore
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Answer the questions.
1 Who is going to visit Madame Tussaud's
Museum?
When did theY arrange this visit?
Who is bossY?
What time are theY going to meet?
Does Rob like getting uP earlY?
Who is Luciano Pavarotti?
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Kim found some mone1z |esterday.,Q ,
I left my money at home. ', .'
Rob isn't wearing a jacket and
it's very cold.
I bought the tickets this morning.
This model of Mel Gibson is very
good.
6 Don't touch the models! r
a Brilliant!
b Oh, you're hopelessl
c You're so bossy!
d Lucky herl
e Yes, it's amazingl
f He's crazy!
Give your opinion.
He's got s new computen
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He's got a new computer.
I can't find the tickets for the show.
He's going to climb that high
mountain at night.
Clean your bedroom now!
He scored ten goals in the last
football match.
She can speak six languages.
Listen and answer the questions.
1 Who doesn't have to go to bed early
on Saturdays? Kirn
2 Who has to go to bed at nine o'clock
on school days?
3 Who has to make breakfast?
4 Who has to wash up every day?
5 Who doesn't have to helo around the
house?
6 Who has to clean the car every
week?
Tell the class what you and your
family houe to and don't have to do.
I lwve to get up et seven o'clock every
morning in the week.
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He doesn't have to get up early.
Does he have to T.::fl.'Xil: / No, he doesn,t.
Why does he have to get up early?
We have to meet at eight o'clock.
We don't have to meet at eight o'clock.
Do we have to meet at eight o'clock?
Yes, we do. / No, we don't.
Why do we have to meet at eight o'clock?
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Kisxt lt's omozingl lt's Soturdoy morning qnd there
ore so mony people here. Look ot the queuel
ffi*sis We (not) t.dsnl.f..h.q.ve..tpqueue. I got here ot holf
posi seven ond bought the tickets then. You only
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K$sxt You're brilliont, Mork. Thonksl
&&exr*q Well, my dod s.........:..:...,:,....i..:- come to London
every Soturdoy. So I come in the cor with him.
Kim Whot obout our coots ond bogs?
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*lueless WillYou '..
t{;ifu* oh, blueless, of course I will!
Ai;;;;;- ..' go fishins with me this afternoon?
Clueless Now, I have to buy a bunch of flowers
for mY mother and then I want to go
fishing this afternoon
Who will I marrY?
Your husband's name will begin
with the letter C' He's a terrible
detective but a good fisherman'
When will he ask me to marrY him
He'll ask You verY soonl
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fortune teller. Let's go inside!
You go! | don't believe in
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Will I catch a lot of thieves?
Yes, you will. lt'll rain this afternoon
and you'll catch a cold too!
Will bluetess be a better detective
soon?
No, he won't. He won't catch anY
thieves but he will catch a fish this
afternoon.
Holmes
Madame Rosa
Holmes
Madame Rosa
Holmes Yes, I'm having a lovely time' Clueless'
I love fishing! Atishoo! Atishoo!
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t @ t clueless wanted to see Madame
Rosa.
Madame Rosa knows people's past / future.
Madame Rosa thinks Clueless is a
good / terrible fisherman.
Clueless bought a bunch of flori,'ers for
Holmes / his motlrcr.
Clueless asked Holmes tn mnm,him ro go
fishtng witlt him.
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Clueless will be a better detective soon.
i,iceiess won't be o'neffen detecfive soon.
I'll be a famous detective.
Clueless will catch a lot of fish this
afternoon.
'You'il be a great fisherman, Clueless.'
Holmes will catch a cold.
Clueless will marry Holmes.
Make questions. Then ask and answer.
will Clueless see Mudome Roso? t"im'"]Lu7A
No, he won't.
1 Clueless / see / Madame Rosa
2 tl / rain / this afternoon
3 When / Clueless / go fishing
4 What / Holmes / catch / in the afternoon
5 Clueless / catch / any thieves
6 Holmes's husband's name / begin / with C
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catch a fish.
He'll catch a fish.
Will he catch a fish?
Yes, he will. / No, he won't.
When will he catch a fish?
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@ nead and find your lucky number.
When is your birthday?
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Add the numbers again.
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Your lucky number is 4.
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Do you know that the
Friends' Club has a
website? Our website
address is www. longman. com,/friends and
there are letters, puzzles and games on it.
Also you can use lt to send emails to friends
around the world. Read today how Costas
from Greece became a good fri.end of Anl.ta*
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Costas rn'as bacl at Engiish ani ne rrrasn't very
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Club website for }:im. Costas founci Anita's
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Subiect: Volcanoes and snow
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To: Costas Makrts
Subiect: Hot 5Prings
l'm verv keen on swimming' I swim in an outdoor pool
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To: Anita Freiboro
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Club website. y',
2 It snows a lot in Iceland. V
3 There are often earthquakes in Greece. X
4 Costas sent his photo to Anita. l
5 Anita is going to visit Greece. X
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He was interested in finding a friend.
I'm very interested in Greece.
I'm ven. good at using the computer.
Costas u,asn't very good at Computer Studies.
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How to find www.longmdn.(on/friends
First, start your computer. Then connect to the
Internet and type www.longman.com/friends
on the t....ilegb-ss.nd.... . The Friend-s' CIub
..... will then appear. Next use the
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click the ..... twice. After that click
on Fiends tn Tbuclt. Finally complete the form
and you can send emails to friends around the
world.
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1 Give a title to your email. 'r 1 I i
2 You can start your email with Hll or Hello! ,: , ,' .
3 Don't make your email very long. Emails are
usually short.
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friendlier.
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when you write your email.
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To: Friends'Club
Subjectr A new friend
Hil I'rn fnorn .., ond J'rn ,,, ueons old. I'rn keen on ,.,
It was a hot day in August in the year 3089. Joe
Ptummer, the captain of a spaceship, and his
co-pitot Dan were in the commander's office. The
commander usuatty joked and [aughed with the
astronauts but today he was serious.
'ls there a problem?' asked Joe.
'Last week Spaceship Zeus took off for our space
station on Mars but it never arrtved,' answered
the commander.
'Did it crash?' asked Dan.
'We don't know,'said the commander. 'The
spaceship was near Mars. Suddenly it disappeared
from our computer screen and we lost contact
with the captain and co-pitot.'
What are we going to do?' asked Joe.
'Tomorrow at six o'clock you're going to fty to the
space station on Mars,' reptied the commander.
'Why do we have to go there?' asked Dan.
'l think you'tL f ind some information about
Spaceship Zeus there,' said the commander.
The next day Joe and Dan took off and soon they
were near the space station on Mars. Suddenty
Dan shouted: 'The controLs aren't working. They
can't see or hear us on Earihl'
Ptanets, comets and stars f [ashed in front of the
astronauts'eyes and then there ivas a bright
tight.
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1 Who are Joe and Dan?
2 Why was the commander very serious?
3 When did Spaceship Zeus take off for Mars?
4 Where did Spaceship Zeus disappear?
5 What are Joe and Dan going to do tomorro$,?
6 Why are Joe and Dan going io fh to rhe space
station?
7 What did the astronauts see afrer the controls
stopped working?
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a large, round thing in space; .
it goes round the sun or a star
a bright light with a long tail;
you can see it in the sky at night
* he or she travels in space *
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a small light; you can see it ;
Question formation
There is a problem.
Is there a problem?
Yes, there is. / No, there isn't.
Why is there a problem?
The spaceship crashed.
Did the spaceship crash?
Yes, it did. / No, it didn't.
When did it crash?
You will find some information there
Will we find any information there?
Yes, you will. / No, you won't.
Where will we find any information?
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correct answers.
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a Yes, he did.
a Yes, there is.
a No, it wasn't.
a Yes, they are.
a Yes, they do.
a Yes, they can.
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b Yes, it is.
b No, it didn't.
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When did ihe storg hrpper:?
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another space station.
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6 There were r!',,,ir astronauts in Spaceship
Zeus.
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8 Joe and Dan are going to fly to Mars
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about the story.
Will Joe and" Dan reach the
space stotion on Mars?
will they ftnd" .
in the sky at night j
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You're crazYt
You're so bossY!
It's brilliant!
Luck-v her!
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How old will she be?
I don'i know Six or seven.
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ond buy her o Present.
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present.
'Nlo, I don't. l'm going to toke her to the
cinemo. We're going to see fhe
Commonder.
The Commonder? +.. .. Your sister
won't hke it. li's obout o monster from
Plonet Mors.
I know. l've seen it. 5.. .........
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b You move this with your hand to give
information to Your comPuter'
c You click on this to give information to
your computer.
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computer and this appears. i
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mouse.
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2 Danny wants to speak French verv well.
He ............................. erren' dar'.
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It isn't very far.
I don't have school romorrow and I (not.)
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This museum is r-en'popular. people
always ior tickers.
Can you come to mv pant,?
you ............... r-our parents?
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words in the box.
how when which what why where
What did you d.o tast night?
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I went to the cinema.
It's under your desk. Why ...
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ffi Circle the correct answer.
I'm very interested history.
a on b about c@ -
She's very keen ............... swimming.
aon bat cin
My mother's very fond ............... animals.
a in b of c about
People are usually scared volcanoes.
a on b about c of
You're very bad using a computer.
a in b about c at
I'm bored watching television.
awith bof cin
Where is my school bag,?'i
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It's a very funny fiim.
like it.
I ............... see you next
a different country.
3 he marry her next r.eari
Yes, I think he ............... .
4 you go to England ro studvi
No, I ............... .
5 He's a great footballer and one dav he
be famous.
6 They go on holiday because tnev
don't have any money.
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1 Why does the boy want to be a
fisherman?
2 Why doesn,t the girl want to marry
a fisherman?
3 Why will the boy be a famous starS
4 Will the girl maffy the boy?
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the weather
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animals
Among the native peoples of Canada are the
Crees, Mohawks, Haida, Iroquois and Sioux.
There is also a big population of the Inuits
in the north of the country.
The first immigrants from Europe arrived in
Canada in the 15th century. They were
mainly from England and France, so now
people speak English and French in Canada.
Canada rs a huge country. It is bigger than
India, China or the USA, but it has a
smaller population than these countries
because forests cover most of it. Not many
people live in the countryside but the
Canadians enjoy having their summer
holidays there. Some people have summer
houses near lakes and rivers. Others enjoy
camping in the National Parks. There are
thirty-nine National Parks in Canada.
Canadian winters are long and very cold so
there are lots of winter sports. The most
popular are skating and ice hockey. Many
families put water on their gardens so it
freezes and then they have their own ice
rink!
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o Look at the map and find British Columbia.
o Look at the photo and read. What are totem
poles?
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Brrtrsh Columbia carved
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Tick true. Cross false.
1 Daphne lives in a vrllage.
2 Daphne is British.
3 The tourists tell the stories of their famihes.
4 There are many symbols on totem poles.
5 Totem poles aren't difflcult to understand.
Read and match.
The Inuits were the first people in
the north of Canada. Many Inuits
still live in the Arctic Circle but
life there is very difficult. The
winters are very long and cold.
The summers are short and cool.
There's always a lot of snow. In
the past the Inuits made their own
houses from ice.
They were called tlgloos. They
used zkoyaks for hunting seals,
their main food, and they travelled
on so dog sledge. They made their
clothes from animal skins. Now
most Inuits live in houses and
travel by +snowmobiles but many
|F, of them still hunt and make
Are there any similar things about
Canada and your country? Are there
many different things? Discuss with
your partner. Then talk to the rest of
the class about your ideas.
There are a lot of Nationol
Porks in our country.
The summers are uer:v hot in our countrv.
You are spending your winter
holiday in Canada. Write an email to
your friend from England about it.
Make a totem pole of your class.
Stick cardboard boxes of different
sizes together to make a pole.
Write stories about your classmates
and class on pieces of paper and
stick them on the pole.
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:
:alsili-.-'"'rl
.."*!..**
:sje.: -Eq" ql+ t*si- ,r*- ..Jfl.,
* rheir own clothes.
-a -aj-
. - :: "-.-
Illustrate the stories. Stick drawings,
paintings and photos about your
. class on the pole too.
ii:
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.: :' .
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l;,it..:;.', !.:rl*o:l+'1.a.,,:,t;rjtffa,i Ir::-:t:r:,jit:r1!i,tie r!,:-f€f:i,r1r ii..,:rr,,1..r',u tri,, r : ,: :
NewAlessoq;:EGEtGE;
fT "l holiday in Canada. tt,s great
here but very cold ...
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The
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l.l:' i',.:i.:'.::it:'i'l;::li*l'l t]:'|.
Listen arrd read. Then answer .
the question.
Wttot does the RSFCA do? ,.
British people love animals and they I
usually take good care of their pets' ,..,
i"tn"ri*.t pEople find a lost or hurt l-;
urri-ut andlhey take it to the RSPCA -" ,,.,.;
iit" noY"f Society for the Prevention oI ,."
it".i /," Animals' This organisation "'
finds new homes for about 80'000 l,i
straY animals everY Year' . -
Listen and read'
S,*$: Hi, Vicki! Hove You seen oll the ,'
stroy dogs? :11.''
r' :,q" Hellt, B;b' Yes, I hove' And l've ' .1
"-'* .h;;n this brown ond white {
ffir*{n i;i#*;n:,;li: ;:}:'' € |
Tessie. ; Q
'di*k! Oh, Bob, hove You met ':
&*i,t
\riqki
Ssrx&*
V&*:k!
mY'friend Mork? , ^'- .#
No, I hoven't' Hello' Sgtk f-
Hove You been here betoreq
${!sxrk Y"r, I 'hou"' I come here lost t'*
WednesdoY ond brought o .. :,:,.
stroY cot' But I didn't see You r':'i
here then'
Well, I onlY work of weekendst*s
l'm o volunteer'
Con f tot" LuckY home todoY?
iou" vou sPoken to the vet?
N;;l fr;""n't. I went to his office
ien'minutes ogo but he wosn't
there.
lrr*|u e"rhopt he's gone to lunch' But I
looked of LuckY's record cord Inls
morning' He's hod oll his
iniections so he's reodY to leove
now.
\di*$q.{ Oh, lookl Lucky is licklng my orm'
' ',"'"fx. PerhoPs he's hungrY'
' ' Hove You fed him?
Oi.ou""t I fed ond brushed him
on hour ogo' I think he likes You'
Vi.kl Lu.k"Y, You've found o new
home so You ore reollY lucrY
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,:1.,, ,,: . .",,i: '.-:,1 :: :::t' , , ' :, :; i..'.' ,'i',:
*\t-Y Tick :"' true' cross r'' false'
1 Vicki and Mark are at the RSPCA today'
2 Bob works as a volunteet at the RSPCA'
3 LuckY is a brown and white cat'
4 Vicki wants to take Tessie home with her'
5 Mark found a stray cat lastweek'
6 Lucky isn't ready io leave the RSPCA'
y':
positive and negative
have not
haven't
has not
hasn't
questions
Have I/you/we/thev
Has he / she z it
Circle the verbs in the Present Perfect in
Exercise 2. Then complete the sentences below.
1 Vicki (choose) ..hs.;..sh.q.qer.. Lucky.
2 Mark (not / meeO .;..t1t\::t':.a...:.:9.:..... Bob before.
3 I (not /be) S*r:'*.i*t!f:Ltir.j here before.
4 Vicki (not / speak) i'^...:.,r.1..;.i,I!:.:..: to the vet.
5 Lucky (have) -i.*,.:L*:J.... atl his injections.
6 (find) i*rv.i9,..t.6.ot,n,€ri. you ............... a new home
for Tessie?
Present Perfect and Past Simple
Present Perfect Past Simple
He has gone to lunch. He went to lunch an hour ago.
Have you fed him? I fed and brushed him an hour ago.
Read Exercise 2 again and complete the table.
Complete. Use the Present Perfect or
the Past Simple. Then listen and
check.
&Sqxrk (feed) r...,::i.q.ve.. you ....fe.d.... the
cots, Bob?
**b Yes, I hove. | (feed) ,{es/'.'. them
on hour ggo*rBui | (noI / brush)
znnl Jr:*.{tkY8os..
&4*.xrk Oh. con Vicki ond I brush them?
ffisplp Of coursel Hey, (see) 4&91-1. .
you .f.9.?.?. my fovourite onimol
here? Mickey the monkey.
:J 'r No. I hoven't.
1ri'rius.i | (see) 5.{-€.2n.. him lost week. He's
reolly funny, Mork! ,p ,
'' *,, fu lfindi a lo-'n:lyou '.t-*.l.so ho^.
for him?
ri;ixi* No, we hoven't. We (toke)
t.*a!|en. him from o circus lost
month. His owner (bel a..been
cruel to him.
Listen and complete.
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RECORD CARD
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Nome:
Animol:
Age:
Colour:
History
Visits to
fhe vef:
Tessie
t doo
2
block, ond white
Tessie hos visited ihe vet +
limes.
Puppies:
Iniecfions:
She hcs hod s............... puppies.
She hos hod oil infections for the
yeor. She hod her losi injeciion in
6
i saw
i chose
i met
1
2
see
choose
meet
be
come
bring
was
;;;;,
took
spoke
3
4
5
6
7
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:- - Make questions about Tessie. Then ask
and answer.
What's the dog,'s nome? ,...Her name's Tbssie..
Write Mark's letter about Tessie to the
school magazine.
Decn schoolrnotes.
The locol RSPCA hos goi o beocttii:ul
slnog dog ,.,
come
8 speak
9go
10look
11 have
12 feed
13 brush
14 find
found
taken
looked
brushed
.......,...,:.. ir
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Listen and read'
Holmes
and
Clueless
Bruce Have you ever caught a dangerous thief' Shirley?
H:iT:" XX'*:1?. shirrev ever causht a danserous thier?
g',1""':"" I?,?;il,l 331;s e sh i rr ev' t' iY:- I:' eve r eate n sn als ?
il;;;;. No, I haven't' Thev're gits"tLsl^.,
Bruce Now, George''hul Sf itf"i ever eaten snails?
;i;;"t rtro, tn"'t never eaten snails'
Bruce Correct uguin' W"rr done' George! Shirley' have you
ever flown in a hot-air balloon? '
Holmes No, l've never flown in a hot-air balloon'
Bruce George, n"J'srlitr"v't""itio*n in a hot-air balloon?
Glueless No! Nevert
Bruce Well donelYou've won a holiday for two in Japan'
You Know your friend very well' George'
Bruce Now' George' you can only hear -
me. l'm going to ask You and Your
friend three questions Your
answers, George' must be the
same as ShirleY's answers'
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v
/ clu*!*"* Thank youl lt's a per{ect prize-!
ShirteY'hai never been to JaPan but
irre speaxs Japanese very well' . -
Hslmes 6ir"l"ttr l've been to Japan five time
and I don't sPeak one word of
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OooO evening and welcomq l9 tT.fi.::
J^,,, tri"na" Jnow. On tonight's show we
ir"""" itt" ".ty famous detective' Shirley
;i;i;;".J ier friend, Georse clueless'
Hello, Bruce!
f, , Jap"neset
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Circle the correct answer.
1 In the box George can only hear@ / Shtrtey.
2 Holmes and Clueless have to ask/aiswer
questions.
3 Holmes thinks snails are dlsgusftng /dongerous.
4 Clueless and Holmes have won a holidav in a
lnt-air balloon / Japon.
5 Holmes speaks / doesn't speak Japanese.
Present Perfect: ever, never
Have you ever eaten snails!
Yes, I have. / No, I haven't.
['ve never eaten snai]s.
ii- ,:, ,,: _ . . : :1_.: ,::
-==:.:iiiti$ Make s entence s.
1 Clueless / catch / a dangerous thief (never)
Clueless hos neven couc:- . ::-::rc!-r i!ief
2 Holmes / eat / snails? [ever)
Hos Holrnes even eoten src st
3 I / see / 'Know your frtend' shon' (neverJ
4 Clueless / be / to Japan? (everl
5 Holmes / be / to France (never)
6 You / fly / in a plane? (ever)
7 I / be / on a television programme [never)
',.'1.# Ask and answer.
Has Holmes euer rid.den a horse?
Yes, slrc has.
1ffi Listen and circle the correct answer.
Then listen again and check.
t "@ b No, you haven't.
2 a Yes, she has. b Yes. he has.
3 a No, she hasn't. b No, he hasn't.
4 a Yes, we have. b Yes, I have.
5 a Yes, you have. b Yes, I have.
6 a No, he hasn't. b No, she hasn't.
...." Ask your partner about himself / herself,
his / her friends and familv.
Hove you euer seen o ghost?
:. Yes, I have! :
Has your sister ever seen & ghost? ".i:,
i No, she's never seen a ghost. ''. ,
,b\
see / ghost
eat / snails {\
find / something valuable '1
win / a lot of money ,I
be / to another country 'a-
see / a comet
have / an injection
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2
3
4
5
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TWo classmates come to the front
of the class.
One classmate goes outside the
classroom.
The class asks three questions to
the other classmate.
Eva, have you euer ...
The first classmate comes back
into the classroom and the class
asks him / her the same three
questions.
Has Eva ever ...
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Listen and read. Then answer the
question.
Where con You ftnil hamPback wlules?
Listen and read.
Seas and oceans cover
three-quariers of the
Earth. TheY're full of
and Pascal are gorng to the USA to see some
beautifui and stran$e sea animals Today
we've $ol solle €Feat photos of sea animals
from tivo Friends'Club members, Sophie and
Pascal from France. Their parents sfudy sea
animals all arourd lhe world' Now Sophie
. r* ti',{,'c
tt't-i
ffi
humpback whales Read on!
a jumPing out of the water'
b lots of countries.
c sea animals.
d a photo of a humPback whale'
e to join their father.
f a humPback whale'
Sophie ond Poscol, /ou've been oll oround
the world with Your Porenis'
i"r, *u hove. Our porents study seo onimsls
oni *"'u" been to lots of counirles with them'
, gui*" hoven't been to the USA Yei!
V;;;;.1;.;" beoutiful piciures to the Friends'
C/ub mogozine' Hove you seen oll those seo
onimols?
r Well, we've seen octopuses, shorks' dolphins'
;";i;, ".br, ond now our porents ore studying
humpbock wholes in ihe USA
Hove vou ever seen o whole?
V;; ili*" hou"n't seen o humpbock whole yei'
H;;;b"ckwholes ore beoutiful' Look ot this
;i;il1 dt fother's lusr seni it to us' These
l"hol", love iumping out of the woter'
ls your fother in the USA now?
i"'r, h"', iust gone there' We're going to ioin
hi* nu"t wee[ with our mum'
Are you reodY for the triP?
Well, our mun fros ,usi collected our.plone
tickets bui we hoven't bought our swlmmlng
cosiumes Yei
Hove vou listened io our recording of the
humpbock whole's song Yet?
No, not Yet. I hoven'i hod time'
H;;;tolk *hol"t ore very romontic' They sing
long love songs.
Ohl let's listen to the song now!
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Match.
1 Sophie and Pascal have been to
2 Th; children's Parents studY
3 The children have never seen
4 The children's father sent
5 Humpback whales love
6 The ihitdt.n are going to the USA
lil'
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li
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positive He's just gone there.
negative Have you listened to our recording yet?
questions We haven't been to the USA yet.
l
Present Perfect: just, yet
Make sentences about Alex.
Use just or yet.
1 speak / Sophie and Pascal
Alex hc'
Poscr:i.
2 (not) listen to ric--. rrng of the
rxrh:lp'c snno
tf ,:1.-- --='=: -- -: --'-'t
of the wio e's 3.-: -:-
3 look at / photo o: :. : . lmpback
whale
4 see / the nho-n. --: ::.= ::hcr sea
animals
5 (not) choose r:€ ::l:--s ior the
naaazirto
6 (not) have ,' time to \\-r-:: :i: the
m.rg.r zine
Ask and ans\ver about Sophie and
Pascal's list.
Vocabulary
Read and match. There is one extra photo. Check
the meaning of new words in a dictionary.
,.'
-ftingt to dol
t bu1 a Lamr,ra
2 but suimming costumet
7 Uum - co\\sci P\ano ticKett
hava iqlectiono
iv?,aY \o A\ar about iriP
iarru\ - choo*v hir c\othas
{or ho\ida1
r'
x
I
x
r'
x
x
l+
2
I
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Yes,
1 oq goodblo to irisndc
i*.lqt:w'tr,+'@fl :ryffifftr;l@FP:,+'ffi.,#==+
Have Sophie and. Pascol bought o camera yet?
they've just bought a co.merut.
Have they bought their
swimming costames yet?
l. - -ti:.l1eY haven't. / Not Yet.
@ ftris,sea animal is very friendly and it loves I
to swim in front of fast boats. It's got a long, ,,,,,,:,
thin body and smooth skin. it's got over one.,'.:.,
hundred teeth.
@ ffris sea animal has got very long whiskers.
They're forty times thicker than our hair. It's got
a round head and a fat body. ' ,1 "'.,'''.',,r:':'11
Writing skills: aescribing
Don't use very general adjectives such as nice, bad, good,
big etc. in your descriptions. Tty to use specific adjectives.
Rewrite the descriptions. Use the specific
adjectives in the box.
large friendly delicious long dangerous huge
Crabs have got a shell on their bodies and ten tblg
legs. They have got two zbzg claws for fighting.
They are a suery goad meal for octopuses, fish, seals
and people.
Whales are +big sea animals. They aren't sbad
animals and usually they're very 0nlce to people.
Cnobs hove gof o shell on fheir bodies ond ten iona iecrs
\,,0t"'
11,:r'ii''
Remember the storY! ComPlete'
The year is t ...l.*fl.?.. . Spaceship Zeus has
taken off to go to the space 2-..."""""' on Mars
but it has disappeared. Joe and Dan are two
3............... . Their 4........'....'. has sent them to Mars
to find the missing Spaceship Zeus' Joe and
Dan are in their sPaceshiP but the
5............... aren't working.
Listen and read.
Joe and Dan's spaceship hit the ground'
The two astronauts didn't move. There was
somebody in the spaceship with them'
It was a woman. Her strange yettow eyes shone
in the dark.
'Put these men in the conversion room!' said the
woman to her guards.
The guards had Yettow eyes too.
Dan opened his eYes. Joe was awake'
'Where are we?' asked Dan. ,'/
'We're somewhere in sPace, I think,'
answered Joe.
'Have you seen anybody yet?' asked Dan'
'No, I haven't,' said Joe. 'But what's that?
I can hear something.'
#try
tYb#
The door oPened. The woman with the
strange yel.tow eyes came into the room'
'Wetcome to Kitral' she said' 'l am Azdie,
the ruter of this ptanet. Nobody on your
ptanet knows about Kitra because it's
a tong way away. We captured Your
friends from SPaceshiP Zeus.
iu
We have changed them into Kitrans.
Now they're going to he[P us to
conquer the Earth,' Azdie smited.
'And you witt hel'P us too!'
'Never!' shouted Joe.
Dan jumped up and threw his space jacket
over Azdie's head. Joe tied her to a chair'
At that moment there was a ringing noise'
'lt's the atarm!' said Dan. 'What are we going
to do now?'
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ffi q+l eee #e $"* fu q* +e ru g + +e
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-:.r.-# Ask and answer.
ffi# Answer the questions. Give two full
sentences.
1 Who did Joe see in the room?
Joe sow nobodg in fhe noorn.
Joe didn't see ongbodg in the noonr.
2 What did Dan say to Azdie?
3 What do people on Earth know about
Kitra?
4 Who did the astronauts see outside
the room?
5 Where did Joe and Dan go?
ffi Read and complete.
a Yesterday another spaceship took off
to find the missing Spaceship Zeus.
b The commander of the space station
has contacted other planets.
c There are four astronauts on the
missing spaceships.
d Last week Spaceship Zeus
disappeared.
Act out an interview between a
newspaper reporter and the
commander.
K*p*xrt*n When did Spaceship Zeus
disappear?
**rssmmmd**r lt disappeared ...
$X.*ffiepy8t*r Where ...
1 Who was in the spaceship with Joe and Dan?
2 What was strange about the woman?
3 Where did the guards take Joe and Dan?
4 What did the Kitrans do to the astronauts from
Spaceship Zeus?
5 What did Joe do to Azdie?
6 What was the ringing noise?
sonte-, any-, no-
positive
people somebody
things something
places somewhere
negative and
questions
anybody
any'thing
anywhere
negative
nobody
nothing
nowhere
There was somebody in the spaceship
Have you seen anybody?
Nobody knows about Kirra.
ffip**€$**
S,W Complete. Use the words from the grammar box.
Then listen and check.
Ssssr{* X I think 1.....9.9..{t9b9d9......... wittcome from
Earth to hetp these astronauts.
&x"*wrc* * You're wrong! WPAfu on Earth knows about
Ptanet Kitra. u
#q"cwrd ? But the astronauts from Spaceship Zeus are
back on their ptanet.
#axwnd * Yes, but they're Kitrans now. They won,t tetl
about these two astronauts.
ffiq$qxrd X Where's their spaceship? ,"
&q$wg'd g I don't know. But it isn't +'&UM&ar tne
conversion room. They won'f finO it.
#c"$€$rd X Listen, did you hear e,rqfl)gfirook at the
computer screen. '7
#assxrd * lt's or. is happening.
The astronauts are steeping.
BE CAREFUL
I've seen nobodg.
J hcven't seen ongbodg.
ffi*v$s$ryru S
Match.
1 stray 0
2 hot-air ,ii
3 record -o
.r)
4 swlmmlng r.1
5 love 'i
6 space i:
Circle the correct words.
1 I went to the RSPCA yesterday and took a
cat home.
aistriyr bstrange csmooth
2 Sharks are ............... animals and they often
kill people.
a romantic b\de]icious c dangerous
3 The boy was very and sang a love
song t.q..his girlfriend.
d,luckV' bromantic cfriendly
4 I haven't eaten anything today and tr'm
\/or\ /
v!rY ............... !
a hurt b rough -c hungry-
5 Octo,puses have got eight ............... legs.
... d sharp _, b long c stray
6 Sherlock Holmes was a ...........:::.,{etective.
a,-famoui b favourite e,'--+i,1fj
Dietionary skills: irregutar verbs
In a dictionary you can find the past forms of
irregular verbs.
know /neur uerb lpast tense knew /nju:/.
past participle known /rrcun/) i
l:ljlr's.
Find the past forms of these verbs in your
a jacket
b song
c dog
d balloon
e costume
f card
Say. Then listen and check.
1 /dt
/'mrde/ mother
/drs/ this
218,/
/9ri:/ three
/z:0/ Earth
Read and say. Is the picture correct?
Osr'tirn Orn br,rdaz fiem da ncrO'peul hed dee fif0
bsrOder lorst m,LnO
Complete. Use the Present Perfect or the
Past Simple.
'1.,': il: l,.lj
- I t.....:,:*.il:;si.... the cat.
- Good, when 2.......,............ . you .......i..}.f.CJ...... him?
- An hour ago.
- 3..........,,,....,.,, you your homework?
- Yes. rve have. We o...................... it last night.
NIn T6
7
. you ...................... Ann?
her today but I
. her yesterday at school.
dictionary.
1 know
2 build
3 make
4 eat
5 drive
6 drink
li:l :t.,,:
- Where's Mike?
- He's to the cinema.
- What time s.................... he
- At five o'clock.
is
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kr ,pr^r kr ,r. r . 'r .
.'.11..Y.r.1... .J..'..1/:.;..r.
Ask and answer about Andy and Miriam.
Use euer.
Hos Andy ever been late for sclnol?
Yes, he has.
l:ffi-: Write what Andy and Miriam have never
done.
Mincn hos never been lo1'e fcr school'
'..
, ,,,'ri -, Ask and answer about the pictures. Use just
Complete. Use some-, anf-' flo-.
,ii3, l':l;1 ''-.
rlll:, :r,,,
J,i. I
I con heor 1-s.9n9.Lh!ilg .
Reolly? Well, I con't heor
l'm sure I con heor o person's voice.
I think there's 3............... in this house.
But +............... lives in this house.
I con heor o womon's voice. There's
o womqn 5............... in this house!
But we looked oround the house ond
we didn't see 6............... . All the rooms
ore empty so there's 2............... for o
L,
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Tina, hnve you euer met a famous leryn?
No, I hsven't.
r?
Has the bas gone?
Yes, it's iust gone.
2 Mary / eat / her dinner
ck / suitcase
person to hide.
lrr{lirylffi ihen there's o ghost in this house!
Ask around t$ee class amd fimst
s0meons xtrhs ,..
i has met a famous Person.
:ll has never been to another country.
il has never drunk coffee.
"i. has never been late for school.
i ride a horse
i work as a volunteer
and yet.
lbus/go
r r 2ar ''\
----1______3
e 3 the film / start
5 Mike / write / the letter
.t\ t I lz,
6 John / drink / his glass of milk
Et'*gru#rffi il*d
Look at the cover and answer the
questions.
What animal is Marcel?
Who's the man in the Picturer
These are imPortant things in the
il;. iir,"tt ind number the Pictures'
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Read and answer the questions'
1 What's Marcel's job?
; ffi;i does he do everY November?
3 Where does HenrY live?
Marcel is a French mouse' He's a
4.r..,*. and he lives in Paris' Every
N;;;;t., he visits London' His old
iriend, HenrY, has a flat there'
ihi;;i"ty is about one of Marcel's
November holidavs'
""fnlu...t arrives in London and goes to
UenrY's flat. Henrl'1ives under the
house at 42 Old Wilton Street'
adapted fuom Morcel ond ttrc Shakespeore
Letters bv StePhen RableY
1
2
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Read and circle the correct answer below.
,L,., : ' The two friends sit in big
chairs. They drink tea and
talk. At five o'clock
Marcel says, 'There's
', a new Derson in
:' number 42. What's
his name? Burton?
Barnam?'
'Barton,' Henry says.
'Professor Barton.
He's very, very clever.
And that's not all.
After tomorrow he's
going to be famous tool'
= 'Famous?!'Marcel looks at
his Enslish friend '\tr/hrzz'
English friend. 'Why?'
'lt's a very interesting story,, Henry says.
'He has some letters. They were under the
floor of an old woman's house in Oxford.,
And ...?'Marcel says.
And they're from Shakespeare to his son,'
Henry says.
'Slwkespeare!'
'Yes.' Henry smiles. 'shakespeare. The old
lady telephoned Professor Barton, and the
Professor visited her. They talked about the
letters and she said, "l want to give them
to the British Museum in London. Can vou
do that for me?"'
And Professor Barton said "yes,'?'
'That's right.'
'Where are the letters now?' Marcel asks.
'In the Professor's flat. He's going to give
them to the British Museum tomorrow
morning at ten o'clock. A lot of journalists
and TV people are going to be there.'
from Marcel and. the Shakespeare Letters by
Stephen Rabley
The new person in the house is
Professor BcLrnam / Aartoi
The Profess or is / rsnl very famous.
An old woman found Shokespeare's /
lrcr son's ietters.
The old woman asked Henry /
tlrc Professor for help.
The letters are in the Bnflsh Museum /
Professor's flot.
Listen. Put the sentences in the correct
order.
2
3
a Henry and Marcel went into professor
Barton's flat.
b Henry went to the safe behind the
bookcase.
c Professor Barton left the house.
d Henry and Marcel heard a loud bang.
e Henry opened the safe but the letters
weren't there.
f Henry and Marcel saw a woman on
the telephone.
Close your books and tell the storv.
First, Henry and. Marcel drank their tea ...
Discuss what will happen next and how
the story will end. Look at Exercise 2 for
ideas.
I think Henry und" Marcel
will go through the waII ...
No, the womsnwill ..
Write the end of the story. Use your ideas
from Exercise Z.
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Listen and read' Then answer
the question.
When did the ortgtnol GLobe
Theotre burn down?
Todav the Londoners are at the
Globe Theatre with their drama
teacher, Mr Grant' The Globe
fheatre oPened in London in
i;;t. I,'t; wooden building and a
ioi of ttre audience stand in the
op"tt ult around the stage' It's a
.ipv of William ShakesPeare's
cfi6. Theatre' ShakesPeare wrote
ftit Pfuyt for the Globe' and he
".i.4 iit some of them too' The
original theatre burnt down over
four hundred Years ago'
Listen and read'
&&eNrk l've never been to on open-oir theotre before'
3r!@! 'e Oh, it's beginning.to- roin' Con you open
Your.umbrello' Vicki?,
Vlck& Not tor;t;i itt loughed ot me with mv
umbrello'
'ji*rn Would iou lik" this bog for your'heod' Mork?
$\'Y,' l; h"J;v cheese sondwiches in it'
&&sxrk V"tV f'"lyf ,iou thould 9:-on the stoge ond
oct in the.PloY' lt's o comedY'
Kqlk The oudience is verY nolsy'
ffi'#**u*g' W"tt, Rob' the oudiences were very nolsy In
sl.''t"'J5't;i ;;; t"' Thev cheered ond' ,
tr"pp"5l"ni tft"^ threw rotien fruit ot the bod
ot'o"'\l* we onlY cheer ond cloP'
Whot o PitY!
rrrtr. Oront, iould I go ond buy o progromme
ond o drink?
Oh, could you buy o drink for me too' Mork?
You con ouy p'og'oitt"t but don't buy drinks
.l*, of""tJ.'Wo-it until the intervol
Con't'go with You, Mork?
io. oi""urse.'Would you like o Progromme/
Mr Grqnt?
.gl. i.lFr,*xmf Thonk you, l would. .Here,s ihe money. But
'-""' hurry, ihe ploy is going io stort soon'
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1 Mark has been to an oDen-air theatre
before.
2 Vicki has got an umbrella.
3 Kim is going to act in the play.
4 The audience is quiet.
5 Vicki and Mark are going to buv a
drink.
6 Mr Grant wants a programme.
Vocabulary
Complete. Use the u'ords in the box.
audience stage acted plays
clapped comedies actors
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con, coald., Would you like ...?
can / could. (requests)
Can you open your umbrella?
Could you buy a drink {or me?
can / eoald. (permission)
Mr Grant, could I go and buy a programme?
Can I go with you, Mark?
Would yoa like ...3 (offers)
Would you like a programme, Mr Grant?
Make requests.
1 You've got a lot of books and they're
heavy. (carry)
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2 The window is open and you're very cold.
(shut)
3 You haven't fed the dog and you're going
out now. (feed)
4 You are in bed and you want to sleep but
the light is on. (turn offl
Ask for permission.
1 It's hot in the classroom. (Ask your
teacher.)
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2 You want to listen to your friend's CD.
(Ask your friend.)
3 You want to use your teacher's calculator.
[Ask your teacher.)
4 You want to go to the cinema tonight.
(Ask your dad.)
Match.
1 Your uncle is drinking his tea. i.
2 Your cousin hasn't eaten lunch.
3 Your sister wants to go out and
it's raining.
4 Your friend is very cold.
a Would you like my umbrella?
b Would you like some sugar?
c Would you like my coat?
d Would you like a sandwich?
Complete.
irrlrllh Oh, it's the intervql t.i,r.q:r,;ic. I buy
q drink now, Mr Gront?
*l1r. lilii.i:'::rif'!l] Certoinly. And you buy o
lemonode for me, pleose? Here's
the money.
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I go with Mork, Mr Gront?
Of course you conl
you like o drink, Rob?
Yes, o colo, pleose. Here's my
money.
Kim, s..,............ you put the money in
your bog?
OK,
I wont to go ond look ot the stoge.
6............... you buy o colo for me
too?
Surel
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Clueless You're very good -ot ploying the violin,
Holmes Yes, it's o wonderful hobby.
Clueless I wont to toke up o hobby'too.
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Clueless
Holmes
Clueless
Holmes
Clueless
Holmes Whot hobby do you wont
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toke up, Clue ess
Well l'm verv fo
Well, l'm very fond of eoti
Clueless Well, I m very lond oI eollng.
Holmes )es,.y9u,re very goo! ot eoting
but tt tsn t o noDoy, LooKlng ls
o hobby Are you keen on
cooKl nq q
elueless Oh, no*! Not ot oll!
Whot ore vou qood ot? Chess? Cords?
l'm not good oiploying those gomes so I
never win.
Well, whot ore you keen on?
I don't know, Holmes!
I know! You con stort o collection.
A greot ideol l'm going to collect stomps.
Yes, I think collecting stomps is the right hobby
for you, Clueless, but pleose collect them ot
your house.
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Holrnes Whot sport ore you Inleresleo
in? Are'you inteiested in horse
ridino? Judo?
Clueless l'm riot interested in iudo ond I
con't ride o horse. I Llon't won
to toke up o sPort becouse l'm
terrible ot spoit.
One week later
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Adjectives with prepositions + -irrg /
nouns: questions
Are you interested in horse riding?
What are you interested in?
Circle the correct answer.
1 Holmes's hobbyif5 / isn't plaving the viohn.
2 Clueless wants / doesn't u'ont ra have a
hobby.
3 Holmes thinks eating l,i l-sn'f a hobby.
4 Clueless ts tnterested in / terrible of sport.
5 Clueless oht'oy,'s nei'er rvins at cards.
6 Clueless wants to collect stomps / cards.
Make questions.
1 \\/hat .p..ilelnp.*"..et:ti,l..,;r | ?
Holmes is good at playing the violin.
'p.. /
2 "d143tr:0 , ;5 J'lotrneJ
Clueless is fond of
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No, Clueless jsn't.crazy about
Make sentences in the
check and act out with
dialogue. Then listen,
your partner.
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Interviewer
Mrs Smith
COOKInS. \ t f
/ rt \ t7 oJhterviewer
, S llo l44eJ Do Mrs smith
lnterviewer
Mrs Smith
Interviewer
6eWOn MrsSmith
Intervtewer
have / hobby?
Do uou have c hohbg?
Well, / keen on / work / in the garden /
because / love /flowers
What / sport / interested in?
Well / interested in / judo
good at I judo?
No, but I crazy about / watch it /
on television
What / good at?
good at / cook I and / Clueless and
Holmes / very fond of / my food
What / bad at?
bad at / sing / and / dance
4 Is Clueless
No, he's not interest"O T:ryr,: l^ ,ur,,j-
s wha;1ffiq lne4-c1f7 [ e\'P t/L
Holmes is keen on playing cards., ,{+ el ,fl
6 what sDotr;.s'U-(!f..e'5.r) rt fe,t
Holmes is interested in football.
Ask and answer.
Wlwt ore you good. at? ,... -. -
I I'm good. at tennis and. ...
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Interviewer I think gardening is a good hobby for
you.
Mrs Smith Yes, but I haven't got a garden.
Speaking skills: rnking words
and, bat, so, becouse
We use the linking words and, but, so and
becaase to join sentences.
o and continues the same idea:
I'm ftot tnterested in judo and I can't ride a horse.
o but introduces opposite ideas:
You're good ot eating but it isn't a hobby.
o so gives the result:
I'm not good at pLaying tltose games so I never wtru.
o because gives the reason:
I don't u)ont to take uo a sDort because I'm terrible at
sDort.
Tell your partner about yourself. Use and,
but, so and. because.
I'm interested in ... but .,.
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I foday the quiz in the magazing is about " ' ;
I a good and bad PuPils' :l :
'i b good and bad schools. V :
I 6 schools and pupils' /\ i
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' oo" ouiz and find' out. But first som:e Eriends'
. Club-members talk about their schools'
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sive a lot of homeY"il:: :;;;,'; friends and
*:i1"""'m Jifri H ffi'L:Hiil"uoo"' n'
ffiu-,oLtit1 talk to vour leachers ab*ul
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around" lt'
Hotsuo from laPan hos to
cleon his schooL He soYs;
At my school we have to sweep the classrooms' clean the windows and
polish the desks. gut the pupils like working togethel and we're proud of
int U.u.ttit"l school.
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I think we should wear school uniforms.
Other children often laugh at me
because I don't wear expensive clothes.
In the morning I spend a long time in
front of the mirror because I want to
choose the right ciothes. Then I'm not
on time for school. What should I do?
ybu shculdn'l .,vcrri- abcut clcthes all
in;: iime. Reinen'ibei. pecple are more
iml'roriant than ri'reri cictires. Have a
goi-r.i rime rvith r.,cur real friends.
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It's a great sYStern.
i think chiiCren in ctirer countries should copy il'
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Ask and answer.
Who is often late for school?
Who doesn't have a lot of free time?
Who is very proud of his school?
Who hasn't got expensive clothes?
Who is good at cleaning?
talk / to your mother / about the problem
quarrel / with your mother
have / some free time / every day
give / your brother / difficult jobs
Vocabulary
Complete. Use the phrases in the box.
all the time a good time free time
a long time on time
1 My homework was easy. I didn't spend
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2 I didnrt trave .&,1{.!.(*-..{.t.Kiffi, purtv
Do the quiz with your classmates.
ffi lrr* y** * S$rr* #r bad $r{tr}il?
yesterday because I was ill. ,. _..,! ln
The football match didn't st aft 8., !1..9-.0-4 v / m
My brother watches*t-Jleuitiott' ,y'-tr e€ J'Un
It's Sundav tomorrow. We'll have some
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2
3
4
5
3
4
5
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Dear AIIY and Alex'
I am twelve years old and I go to high. school
it rnrt.v. The lessons are very difficult so
;;;. ,; work hard at school' I also have a
lot of homework'
Every day I have to help my mum with the
housework. Then I have to do my homework'
I think i 1..4.h9'qr'ld only help i" th.t house at the
*..f.una. 2...............I have some free time?
My younger brother doesn't help in the
house. I think t. ............... do some housework
but my mum says he +"""""""' help her
;;;;. he's onlY nine' MY mum and I
ouarrel all the time'
What s............... I do?
Nrlg[n from TurkaY
i:=li::= Give advice to Nilgiin. Use should or
shouldn't.
1 always do / your homework
Yoo should olwous Co ,:our hornew:r"K.
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b
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YrL4 nave a lot of irorneworK. Youl sirpuid .."
do your homework just before the lesson.
do your homework at home.
Yora are going to have an exanl. Yor; sl-rould "..
study the night before the exam.
start work some days before the exam.
Your teacher is expiaining a r]ew foplr and you
dant urnderstand if" You snouid ,."
ask your friend to explain it.
ask your teacher to explain it again after
the lesson.
You are going fo have a fesf to{$or*r'sw" You sr-lor,l{d.""
study all night.
study hard but go to bed early.
Ysu are goil"tgf,o r*rife a ccinposffi*n. xs{.:Jxpuld,".
read the topic and write the composition.
read the topic, plan your composition and
then write it.
Scare
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Not good! You should try harder at school.
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b
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a
b
2
3
4
5
positive and negative
I/You
We / They should
He/She/It
should not rvorry about
should-n't clothes.
questions
\bu should:aik to 1'our teachers.
Should I talk ro nv reaci:ers?
Yes, vou should. ./ No, you shouldn't.
Wh-v should I talk to mv teachers?
done! You're a good student.
Remember the story! Ask and answer'
1
2
3
4
5
Who is Azdie?
What's strange about Azdie's eYes?
Where did th; guards Put Joe and Dan?
What rio Azdielnd the Kitrans want to do?
What did Joe and Dan do to Azdie?
Make suggestions. Then listen and check.
4',J;u;',r ,,. tr There's the atarm! What's happening?
t Let / look at the computer!
Lef's look of the cornputen/
, .,, ,i: 0h, no! Look! The two astronauts have
left the conversion room. They're
going into the transporter. z Why /
stop / them?
' ,: ", :: No, the astronauts must return to the
Earth's space station. lt's part of
Azdie's plan. s Let / not / destroy it.
The commander's waiting for them.
commander?
Azdie wit[ do that.
But the astronauts have tied Azdie to
a chair. 5 Let / go / the conversion
room/andlhelp/her!
Make Joe and Dan's suggestions. Use
let's (not), what aboat and why don't
we.
1 The commander of the Earth space
station is now a Kitran. (tell the
newspapers and television)
,, : teil fhe newsoopens ond televisicn.
2 The astronauts from Spaceship Zeus
are back. (talk to them)
3 The commander wants to meet us
tomorrow. (not / go)
4 The Kitrans want to conquer the
Earth. (try to stop them)
5 We need help. (contact / the space
stations on other planets)
6 The commander is going to use the
computers to contact Azdie. (break /
computersJ
7 The commander will try to stop us.
(go / the space station on Mars)
Listen and circle the correct answer.
1 Azdie is talking to
a the commander.
b the Kitran guards.
c the astronauts from Spaceship Zeus.
2 Azdie is talking to
a the Kitran guards.
b Joe and Dan.
c the commander.
Joe is talking to
Azdie.
Dan.
an astronaut from Spaceship Zeus.
4 The commander is talking to
a Dan and Joe.
b the astronauts from Spaceship Zeus.
c Azdie.
What do you think will happen at the
end of the story?
I think Joe and Dan will go
to Mars in the transportet
,' No, the csmmander will 'l
' contoct Azdie and... .,'
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Write the ending of the story.
Joe ond Don jornped into the tnonsponfen ...
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b
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Suggestions
Let's try the transporter.
Let's not talk now.
What about looking for our spaceship?
Why don't we use this machine to get back home?
Circle the correct words.
1 In Shakespeare's time people in theatres
often threw rotten fruit at bad oudiences /
Qdt_qj_s;;,
2 People usually buy a programme / play at
the theatre.
3 There's a very btg stage / interual in that
theatre.
4 Shakespeare clapped / o"cted in many of his
plays.
5 The train arrived on time / all the time.
6 She worries about her clothes a long ttme /
all the time.
7 There was a fire at school and a teacher
rang the telephone / alarm.
8 Cooking is an interesting sporf / hobby.
9 I'm going to take up / take off collecting
stamps.
Match.
a cooking
b chess
c cards
d horse riding
e collecting stamps
f judo
ffisv$sfrs$a
Match.
a Could you clean 1'our roomi
b Can you open the doorl
c Can I close the rvindon I
d Would you like some n'ater?
Say. Then listen and
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2 /w/
/wcta/
/wnndafl/
Match.
1/gw/
2 /wck/
3 /wad/
4 /'vefl
5 /wosp/
6 /witk/
7 /lt'v /
I /rw/
check.
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1 take up
2 wear
3 play
4 open
5 give
6 spend
a an umbrella
b time
c clothes
d a hobby
e cards
f information
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Complete. Use cnn, could" or would you like.
i - Hoppy birthdoy, Jone.
Thonk you, Uncle Jim. t.ri;r,lr:.i.r.r...r,:.:..... o
piece of my birthdoy coke?
Yes, pleose ........ you cut it for
me, pleose?
Yes, of course. ..... some leo
too?
r": No, thonks.
..... we go to the cinemo
tonight for my birthdoy, Uncle Jim?
,, .r ir: ' CertOinly!
'r,: Oh greotl Uncle Jim, s.. ....,,..
I choose the film?
' : ,,.',1 ; ,:,, , , Of course/ you 6.............
..: il : ..... We see the new Wolt
Disney film?
Greqt ideo! But .... I finish my
coke first?
You are a famous person. Ask and answer with
your partner. Use the phrases in the box.
good at bad at interested in
crazy about fond of keen on
David- Beckham, what are you interested in?
Complete. Use should or shouldn't.
1 I llke this jacket but it's very expensive.
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2 You do your homework now because you
won't have time tonight.
3 You ............... drlnk a lot of cola. It isn't good for
you.
4 People cross the road at the zebra
crossing.
5 You ............... watch television every day. It's bad
for your eyes.
6 We go by car. The train is cheaper.
Make suggestions. Use let's, ushat
aboat or why don't we.
Let's watch the film on TVI
What about watching the ftlm on TV?
Why dorn't we wotch the ftlim on W?
It's ralning and there's a good film
on TV.
You see a fast food restaurant and
\/alrr'rp hrrnorrr
You're very hot and you're near the
It's your best friend's birthday and
you want to do something for him /
her.
You've just received a football as a
present.
You've just found some money on
the street.
1 Match the rhyming words.
1TV i: ahat
2 high b sun
3 that c see
4 tree d sky
sfuneme
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2
5
6
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Exercise 1.
Let's have t.....i.i,::... !
What about playing in
the 2...............?
We shouldn't do s
I haven't got a +............... .
Why don't we climb a s...............
and count the clouds we see?
I'm scared of climbing high.
It's boring to look at the
So why don't you watch 7...............2
And I'il find a new friend for me.
3 Listen and check. Then listen again
and sing.
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Read the text. What do these words refer to?
1 Paragraph 1 Line 3 TheY
2 Paragraph 2 Line 4 the country ...............
3 Paragraph 3 Line 7 these huge trees
4 Paragraph 4 Line 2 tlrcm
5 Paragraph 4 Line 3 This strange bird ....'..'.......
The native people in
New Zealand were the
Maoris. They hunted
a large bird called the
mao and that's how
they got their name.
We only know about
the first Maoris from
their paintings and
wood carvings because
they didn't have a
written language.
TWo hundred years ago man.v people from
Europe and Australia travelled to New
Zealand. In 1840 the British became the
leaders of the country. Now the official
language of the country is English, but with
a New Zealand accent.
New Zealand is a group of very beautiful
islands. There are high mountains covered
with snow, volcanoes, beautiful lakes and
tropical forests. The most famous trees in New
Zealand are the giant kauris. They are often
50 metres tall and 14 metres around. Many of
these huge ttees are over 800 years old!
There are some very unusual animals in New
Zealand too. One of them is a bird called the
kiwi. This strange bird runs very fast on its
strong legs because it can't flY!
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questions.
1 Do you have these sports in your country?
2 Have you ever tried these sports?
3 What equipment do people need for these
sDorts?
Listen to an interview with Bob MacVee,
a teenager from New Zealand and answer
the questions.
1 What unusual sports are popular in New
Zealand?
Has Bob ever tried bungee jumping?
What sport is Bob crazy about?
What does Bob always wear for his favourite
sport?
5 What sport is the interviewer interested in?
Role play. Student A, do the tasks
below. Student B, turn to page 105.
a You're talking to a teenager from New
Zealand. Ask these questions.
Have you ever tried. whitewater rofting?
1 you / ever / try / whitewater rafting
2 When/you/do/it
3 Who / be / with / you
4 you / have / a good time
5 Why / not / you / like / it
b Read the notes and answer Student B's
questions.
Have you ever trted. zorbing? Yes, I have.
\bu're fron \err Zealand" Last sunemer
\ou $ere on a sports falnp on the $outh
Island. You tried zorbileg. It was great fun
and you are goillg to dei it again.
Imagine you are on holiday in New
Zealand. Write a letter to vour best
friend.
Deon ...............,
I'rn hoving o wondenfol holidog hene in
New Zeolond.,.
Collect photos of unusual spofts
or activities in your country.
Write about the sports / activities
from the photos.
Use the photos and the writing to
design a travel brochure about
unusual sports I activities in your
countrv.
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Listen and read. Then answer the
question.
What ore monY PeoPle in Englanil
keen on?
beautiful because the English are
Most English people live in houses with
:,'
gardens.lhe gardens are often very 3s:U
very keen on gardening. An English
garden usuallY has lawns and I
flowers. Some families also
grow vegetables in their gardens'
ih. lu*ttt and trees are usuallY
very green because it rains a lot in
England.
Listen and read.
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Where were You YesterdoY
morning, Rob?
I wos ot home.
No, you weren't. I Phoned You ol
ten'olclock but nobodY onswered'
At ten? Oh, I remember. I wos in
the qorden.
WhIt were vou doing?
Well. Mork ond I were helPing
my mum.
Oh, Mork wos with You! | wos
looking for him too.
He wos digging holes.
Digging holes?
Y"i,"hJwos digging holes for mY
mum's rose bushes. Mum wos
plontinq the roses ond I wos
woterin-g the gorden - ond Mum
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Wos Your dod helPing too?
No, he wosn't working in the,
gorden. He wos moking o coke'
Eut he mowed the lown this
morning. MY Porents love their
qorden. WhY were You looking
ior Mork ond me?
,i',li,'1, Becouse Iwos cutting the hedge
in our gorden ond I needed Your
help.
f,lir,,L,,,:i:, Poor you! Poor us! Lucky Vicki!
She lives in o flot!
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Ask and answer.
1
2
3
4
5
6
When did Kim Phone Rob?
Why didn't he answer the Phone?
Was trttark at home at ten o'clock
yesterdaY?
Who was with Rob in the garden?
Do Rob's Parents love their garden?
Why is Vicki luckY?
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Circle the correct answer.
1 I'm going to ............some rose bushes
today.
Ask and answer.
1 8.30 / Rob 470.45 / Vicki
2 8.50 / Mark 572.30 Kim and her mum
310.15 / Rob's dad
What was Rob daing at holf past eight?
EFIEH
He was ...
3 You must .. the hedge. It's very. tall.
a mow b cut
c dig
I want to plant some trees. Can you
the holesl
a dig b n'ater
c cut
5 I have ro ............ the lawn today.
a grow bm
Many people
gardens.
a cut b dig
c mow
vegetables in their
c gro\\'
c grow
the garden. It's very
c water
a dig b mow
6 \\/e have to
dry.
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was not
wasn't
working in the
garden at ten.
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We
They
questions
Was
Were
I/he/she/it
yolu/we/they
Listen. Tick true. Cross false.
1 At nine o'clock Vicki was shopping
with her mother.
2 Vicki and her mum were buying
vegetables in a supermarket.
3 Vicki was piaying tennis at eleven
o'clock.
At twelve o'clock Vicki was planting
some flowers and vegetables in her
aunt's garden.
Kim was cutting the hedge yesterday
morning.
Kim needed Vicki's help.
Ask your partner what he / she was doing
at these times.
What were yoa d.aing ot quarter pa.st
ten y esterd.ny morning?
10.15 yesterday morning
5.00 yesterday afternoon
1i.00 last night
8.30 yesterday evening
7.30 this morning
Write about what you and your family were
doing at seven o'clock yesterday evening.
Af se.ren o'clock uestendcg evening, mg rnorn ,..
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Clueless
Holmes
Holmes
Clueless
Holmes
Clueless
Holmes
Clueless
Holmes
Clueless
Holmes
While you were working this morning,
Holmes, I was shopping for SundaY
lunch. I bought some potatoes at the
greengrocer's and some meat at the
butcher's. After that I went to the
fishmonger's and ...
... bought some fish.
Clueless
Holmes
Clueless
Then I went to the baker's and bought ...
... bread, and ...
I was leaving the baker's shoP when
somebody ran out of the jeweller's. The
jeweller was chasing this person.
And what happened then?
Well, while the person was running past
me, I shouted'Stop!'and threw all the
food at the person.
But this person didn't stoP!
No, but l'm going to find this dangerous
thief.
This person was taller than You.
You're right, Holmes! Amazingl
And this person was wearing a brown
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Correct again! You're brilliant, Holmes!
But how do You know this?
Mrs Smith, could You come in here,
please?
Clueless Oh, Mrs Smith, what happened to you?
Mrs Smith Well, I went to town to collect a
necklace for Ms Holmes and I left mY
purse in the shop. The jeweller ran after
me. I was running down the street when
a crazY man threw food at me ...
Oh, did You get the food for SundaY
lunch, Mr Clueless?
Tick true. Cross false.
1 Clueless bought some Potatoes.
2 Clueless didn't buy anY bread.
3 A short eerson ran Past Clueless.
4 The person was wearing a blue
coat and carrYing a black bag'
5 SomebodY threw food at Clueless'
6 There isn't any food for Sunday lunch'
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words.
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listen and check
Holmes
lWhat / you / do / when / the lights / go
out / Lord Price
Lord Price I was reading my newspaper in the sitting
room.
!rolT:.. zWhat / your wife / do i white / you / read
Lord Price She was making coffee in the [itcnen.
Holmes sSally, when / tn! tigtrts / go out I what /
you / do
Sally I was reading a book in my bedroom.
llolmes 4what / your boyfrienO, tom / do
Sally He was walking in the garden.
!o.1.r"" sJerry /watk / witfr tom-l in the garden
Sally No, he wasn't. Jerry was in his b'edroom.
He was listening to the radio.
Listen and answer the questions.
1 What does Sally think about diamonds?
2 Why did Jerry go to his room at a quarter
to eight?
3 Did Jerry like the music programme?
Who was the thief? Look at the clues and
decide.
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Dear Ally and Alex,
I'm very interested in robots. I know robots are only
machines with computers for brains but they are
often very loveable.
Over sixty years ago Dr Walter from the USA made
the first animal robots and he became very fond of
them. He called them Elsie and Elmer. They had
three wheels covered with a plastic shell and they
looked like tortoises. They could go backwards
when they hit something and they could find a light
but they couldn't communicate with people.
Now scientists in my country make robot dogs and
lots of children have them as pets. They are called
Aibos. Aibo means pal or partner in Japanese. Aibos
.atg amazing. They can run, walk, speak and sing.
lThey can also show their feelings. They wag their
tails to show happiness. But they can't bark yet.
I've got an Aibo and I love it very much. It's clever
but I think these robots will be able to do even
more things in the future. I'm sure they will be able
to bark soon but perhaps they won't be able to have
puppies!
Masoko
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Circle the correct answer.
Dr Walter made the first robot dogs /
ai{iit io=6o{s.'
Di walter tiked / didn't llke Elsie and
Elmer.
Masako is from lopan / the USA.
Japonese / Americon scientists have
made a robot dog called Aibo.
Aibo means dog / portner in
-Iapanese.
Masako's Aibo can sing / bark.
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.i Masako, in clapan, about animal robots
catled Elsi.e and Elmer and about his ppt
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can, could., be able to
positive, negative and questions
Aibos can speak.
Dresent Aibos can't bark.
- Can Aibos bark?
Yes, they can. / No, ther- can't.
Elsie could find a light.
n.o+ Elsie couldn't communicate ri-ith peopLe
Could Elsie communicate ri-nh peoplei
Yes, it could. \tr. -i couldn't.
Robots rr'ill be able to bark
L-L-..-_ Robots rvon r be able to have puppies
ruture will robors be able ro na\-e puppiesi
\es. ilei' sill. i No, they won't.
Complete. Use the correct form of ean, could
or utill be able to.
Listening skills: fistening for gisr
Don't try to understand every word from the recording.
Tiy to understand the general meaning or the important
points of the listening - not the small details.
Listen and circle the correct answer.
The interview is about ... .
a a special robot.
b a robot competition.
c Svan's classmates.
1
2
Robots! Robots!
Elektro and his dog
Sparko first appeared at
the New York World Fair
in 1939. Elektro t.i:puj.d..
say seventy-seven words.
He 2............... also walk and
dance but he
show his feelings.
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@ tuate notes about what it wiII /
won't be able to do.
t{
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robot.
Our robot will be oble to sing
but it will only sing pop songs.
Our robot won't be able to ...
@ nst your classmates about their
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This robot is called
Manny. Scientists use
Manny to test clothes for
astronauts. He +...............
move his arms and legs
but he 5............... talk.
Robots of the future
6............... tidy
bedrooms and do
your homework but
they 2............... talk to
you.
robots.
WilI your robot be a.ble to ...?
: What uill it be able to do ot school?
slng
do tricks
dance
Svan and his classmates are gotng to m^o.ke a robot.
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t was an unknown place and
Indians lived there. It was exciting but
? rrigrtt.ning.
Mayflower. She and her family and friends! Then one day the weather changed and
**-lvere sailing to America. ,,1: ' titut. was a storm. The Pilgrims stayed
* Wtrile she was looking at England for ! under the deck butLtzzre was worried
{ tfr.last time, a young sailor was watching € about John. She went on deck to find him
:; ner. ? Uut she couldn't see him anywhere.
i Are you unhappy because you're .$ The waves were huge and,Ltzzie stayed
{Cteaving England?' he asked Ltzzie. $ near the rail. Suddenly she heard a voice
. ! 'No,' she answered. 'In England many ,11. behind her.
., people didn't like us because our religion lU 'Lizzie! Be careful!'
" I is different.' *"odo. 1r"r"? W'rZe { She turned and saw John. But at that
| ffiffiithtreheattrer was sood-and ^.7r,.,r. moment a wave came over the side of the
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Mayflower. She and her family and friends! Then one day the weather changed and
**-lvere sailing to America. t there was a storm. The Pilgrims stayed
* Wtrile she was looking at England for ! under the deck butLtzzre was worried
{ tfr.last time, a young sailor was watching € about John. She went on deck to find him
:; ner. ? Uut she couldn't see him anywhere.
j Are you unhappy because you're $ fne waves were huge andLizzie stayed
{Cteaving England?' he asked Ltzzie. $ near the rail. Suddenly she heard a voice
. ! 'No,' she answered. 'In England many ,11. behind her.
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was John Parker. They liled talking abput
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:Tt was a fine September daY in 1@0
\ / t and the sun was shining. Lizzie was
1 -Lstanding on the deck of the
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Tick **'true. Cross ,-.' false.
1 The Pilgrims left England in 1620.
2 The Pilgrims' ship was called the
Mayflower.
3 John Parker was a Pilgrim.
4 All people in England liked
Lizzte and her friends.
5 John andLizzie often talked
about England.
6 When there was a storm the
Pilgrims sta]'ed on deck.
7 A wave dragged John into the sea.
i'!.:5.i1]]iit Read Exercise 3 again. Put the sentences in
the correct order.
a On August !0th they left England
on two shipB*>.
b At first the Filgi$+s:lived in England
but they were uhhdPpy there and , ,.
decided to go to America. 1
c The Pilgrims returned to England
but they couldn't find another ship.
d While they were sailing, water started
to go into one of the ships, the
Speedwell.
e Finally they left England on
6th September on the Mayflower.
:ll ...
-,-'j"!St Close your books and tell the story around
the class.
At first the Pitgrims ...
Read and complete. Then listen and check.
Life u'as hard for them.
They couidn't live in t............ .
They were good people
1_,,+ +l-^,, r;rn't havg 2............ .
uut tlrcy uru
They were Ptlgrims,
They were Pilgrirns,
They were going to Amenca.
They left England in e............ .
The sun was shining bright.
But then there was 14............
and nothing went right.
Ttrcy were Pitgims ...
The waves were huge.
Lizzie was looking for s............ '
A 6 ............ came over the rail
and suddenly he was gone.
They were Pilgrims . ",
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Revision of past tenses
Past Simple
She onen saw the young sailor.
Past Continuous
\Yhiie she was looking at England for the iast time,
a voung sailor was watching her.
to be
His name was John Parker.
could
Lizzie couldn't see John anywhere.
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Simple, the Past Continuous, u)as / were
or could.
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Our iife in England (be) t wo.s. difficult I
because many people (not / like) 2............ us. ,l
. \\/e (beJ g. very unhappy so we i
I (decide) 4............ to go to America. *,*{rry'
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r At first u'e (not / can) s............ find a ship i
**-but finalh'rve [find) 6............ two ships, the r
' Moltflou'er and the Speedwell. We (leavel I
'. 7............ England on August 20th but while
the Speedu'ell (sail) .. , water (start)
'' g............ to go into it. lVe (return)
; t0............ to Plymouth in England. l
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. We (not / can) 11 ... find another ship
. and on 6th September we fleave) 12............
again with only one ship, the Mayflower.
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Find six more wo
gardens.
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Make questions. Use the past Continuous.
Then ask and answer with a partner.
Were Clueless and" Holmes working in
the gard.en yesterdty morning? Vrr, tn"v .......:
ess and Hoimes / work / in the
/ yesterdav morning
2 What / Mrs Smlth I do /yesterday / at
five o'clock
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Complete. Use the words in the box.
, baker's greengrocer's jeweller!
butcher's fishmonger's
Please go to the bsh.er..a and buy some bread.
I'm going to cook fish for dinner. Could you
go to the ...............?
3 I have seen a beautiful ring in the new
in town.
4 That has got fruit and vegetables from
all over the world.
5 The meat is always fresh in that ............... in the
High Street.
Say. Then listen and check.
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Who / planting / roses resrerday
morning
Who / look for clues
afternoon
What/Holmes/do
yesterday
Mrs Smith / work / rn
yesterday afternoon
What/Clueless /do
yesterday
r-esterday
ar ten o'clock /
the garden /
at fir-e o'clock /
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Read. What television programme are you
going to watch tonight?
TeeviSicN PRoGRBMM€S ,
6.0 0 7.0 0 7.30 8.45
/ tlDklor lop/ /f{ end tJrps/ /fui:n /'teLvrsan
(a children's (food in ke'lekJn/ 'tJrldren/ (a
showl Britain) fclorhes for film)
teenagers)
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Exercise 5. Use the Past Continuous and
the Past Simple.
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leienhtne ,.onn.
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Complete. Use the Past Simple or the Past
Continuous.
1 While Clueless and Holmes (work)
*{ti.l'.9..:1.........::.,, in the garden the sun (shine)
S.:fi..t.'...n. +.i.n g
9 "n& ^,t{/;QJ
2 Who (mow) .t''y..?(lY,ZJ tfr€-lann nhrle
Clueless (water) :(:' tl '/ the rlorvers? t
3 The Crazy Detectives (u'ork.t -'-:2,.t. Yf.'*''2
irythe garden when rhe relephone (ring)
tlhu tn&
4 Who (sit) .l:.:'. Z ; it'the garden while
Mrs Smith -nake ^'''':1., e.i.t.?9/-",. a cake?
'--1--.- "r n2
Clueless irinN -:.+ r/:I',"([.lwhile
Holmes ilook; ...:..a|..,t 12.... for clues.
6 Holmes [look) 7*J -etk,.ftKAueswhen
Complete. Use c&n, could or will be able to.
Make questions. Then ask and answer with
a partner and complete the table.
Could" you make a cake when you were seven?
: No, I couldn't.
Con you make a cake now?
Yes, I can!
Tell your classmates about your partner.
kd can make o co.ke now but he couldn't ..
she (see) 8?-*i n$, ".r"u:p.
\\'har (do) 1?,R.Y.{ tlC cl,Ft.r,
?,tlknl when Hotmes (shout)
4.ft.e.qdlg;u"tp't
Dear Pablo,
Thank you for your letter' Your English is
very good. r...........Q.qn... J%tP'^k olher
languages too? I lnol) z#-""""*?/
speak ltalian but I have staqted lt4ial -
lessons. t think t' "yp^7 "/-(';'t hit\ffi
very weil soon.
rhere's a sreat :yiTTl"fl#ol.ne1r mv
house. I [not) 4'Y-":"" ""'l' swtm lasr
vear because I bloke mY leg' but now I
', i)g *t#ift&uuv well'
You must come to nnstaYf;;!;9.-*"''
My' pare nts a .: -x.{..e.A*' /t&l t9,oi,Jj*un
tooi ro vot t tt* Y'e' {'e4luWfian food
here.
Please write soon'
Lots of love'
Pa-+sg
@ nead and answer.
When I rvas going t0 St Ives
I met three men with their wives.
Each wife had three children.
Each child had three cats.
And each cat had three l<ittens.
Kittens, cats, children, men,'rvives,
How many rvere going to St Ivesl
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a ghost storY.
a love storY.
a detective storY.
Answer the questions. Then read
and check Your answers'
1 Who are the girl and boy in the story?
2 Where did theY meet?
Donna, her sister - Louise, and their
parents are travelling to Spain bV b9a.t
^trrtark and his twln brother, Dave, with
some friends are on the boat too' They are
on a school trip. On the first day they are
all looking at the sea. Mark and Donna's
eyes meel and they smile' Mark wants to
speak to Donna but he is shy' Donna wants
to meet Mark at the disco that night'
the door of the disco, with the same eyes and
the same mouth and nearly the same hau'
But the boy near the door had that nice'
quiet, shy face - not a big, open' friendly
r-if.. Suddenly I knew: this was his brother
wrth me on the dance floor, not hlml I was
with the wrong brotherl
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Correct the sentences'
1 Donna went to the disco alone'
2 Donna saw a boy in a black and blue shirl
3 The boY was shY.
4 Donna didn't want to dance with the boy'
5 The boy in a blue and white shirt had a
big, friendlY smile'
6 Donna rvas n'ith the right boY'
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listened to the music and watched the
dancers. But he wasn't there'
Then suddenly a tall boy in a black and
white shirt came in - it was him! He was
with a friend. They stopped and looked
slowifat all the people in the disco' Itwas
dark in the room and he stood and looked
for a long time.
Then he saw me and he smiled a big'
friendly smile. I wanted to stand up and
sing and dance ... dance with him' He
.uri. ".tots the room and stopped near
our table ... and asked me to dance!
SuddenlY he wasn't shY with *t ryt.1
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boat for a daY and a night'
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What happened at the disco?
What happened after the disco?
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2 Mmm. She's nice. And she's
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4 Hey, man! Things will be
all right.
5 Oh, no! She's dancing with mY
brother!
6 Oh, no! I'm with the wrong
brother!
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1 Dave saw Mark on the dance floor with
Donna.
2 Mark got up early in the morning.
3 Dave had coffee in the caf6.
4 Donna came to the caf6.
5 Mark went to meet Dave and Nick at
eight o'clock.
6 Mark didn't see Donna on the ship a
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Donna and Mark. Then compare
your ideas.
Mark, why don't you write to Donna?
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Oh. nol She's with Davel
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answer the question.
When ilo pupils asually
perform plays for tlrcir
porents?
In England parents often go
to their children's schools to
see their work. Sometimes
the schools have exhibitions
of the pupils' art or project
work. Many schools have a
school choir and an
orchestra and they hold
concerts. Plays at the end of
the school year are also very
popular. Some of the parents
help the teachers with these
activities.
Thonks for helping us, Mrs Rossi.
Thot's oll right! Lots of porents helped with the ploy,
didn't they?
Yes, they did. Three mums mode these wonderful
Chinese costumes.
Yes, they're greot. Rob looks fine in his now,
doesn't he?
Yes, he does. But you've forgotten something, Rob,
hoven't you?
Whot's thot, Mr Gront?
Your folse nose!
Oh. I don't hove to weor thot, do l?
Yes, you do.
He'll look funny with thoi nose, won't he?
You're loughing of me, Mork, oren'i you?
No, l'm not.
Oh, yes, you orel l'm not going to weor it.
Pleoie Rob, hurry up ond put on your nose ond
hqtl Look in the mirror. Now, you don't look funny,
do you?
Well, ... l'm OK, oren't l?
You look greot, Robl
Reolly? Oh, thonks, Kim. But l'm not going to weqr
these trousers ond troiners, om l, Mum?
You con weor the mogicion's trousers over yours
but toke off your troiners.
OK, everybody. l'm going to switch on the stoge
lights. Remember, speok up ond don't look ot the
oudience. Good luck! The ploy's going to be greot!
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1 Lots of@a@/ children helPed
with the play.
2 Rob is going to wear a funnY
lwt / nose.
3 Mark / Kim is laughing at Rob.
4 Mrs Rossi is Rob's teacher I
mum.
5 Rob can / can't u'ear his
trousers under the magician's
trousers.
6 Mrs Rossi .1 f [r Grcnt ts going to
switch on the stage lights.
Vocabulary
Complete. Use the Phrasal verbs
in the box.
speak up look in take off
put on switch on hurrY uP
It's very dark in here. Could You
.swiJc.h..an the lights?
After the play the children can
their costumes.
The audience can't hear You,
please ...................... !
Rob didn't want to ...................... his
false nose.
We're late. Please ...................... !
the mirror. You look
funnyl
Question tags
We use a negative question tag with
a positive statement:
Rob looks fine, doesn't he?
You've forSotten something, haven't you?
You're laughing at me, aren't You?
We use a positive question tag with
a negative statement:
I don't have to rvear that, do I?
You don't look runn-v, do You?
I'm not going to wear these trousers, am I?
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1 Rob doesn't like his costume, ...
a didn't he? b@ c did he?
2 It was a great plqy, ...
a wasn't it? b isn't it? c is it?
3 Mrs Rossi helPed with the PlaY, ...
a did she? b isn't she? c didn't she?
4 You aren't Chinese, ...
a are you? b aren't You? c were You?
5 I am a very good friend, '..
a am I? b,am I not? c aren't I?
6 We've got nice costumes, ...
a have we? b haven't theY? c haven't we?
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1 Mrs Rossi isn't a teacher, ....i$,.Fhe...... ?
2 Mark was laughing at Rob, -l:................. ?
3 Rob can wear the magician's trousers over his
1.,..r.'......'.......: ?
4 The children should speak uP, ...................... '
5 Mrs Rossi has seen the play, ...................... ?
Make questions. Then ask and answer.
Mark is the magician in the play' isn't he? .-. .
No, he fsn't.
1 Mark / be /the magician / in the play, isn't he?
2 Rob / wear / ahat in the play, won't he?
3 The children / put on / their costumes yet, have they?
4 The children / wear / Chinese / costumes, aren't they?
5 The parents / go to watch / the play, aren't they?
. ... Listen and complete the invitation.
Make an invitation for an event at your school.
1 Think of an event - concert, play etc.
2 Write about the time and date of the event.
3 Describe what is going to happen at the event.
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A bad is in love with a beautiful
princess. He wants to marry her but she
loves a 5............... boy from her town. The
magician takes the princess to a secret
but the boY finds a magic
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Here's your favourite chocolate cake and
some tea.
Thank you very much.You're very kind'
l'm sorry, Mrs Smith, but the tea isn't hot
enough for me.
Oh, you're difficult, Mr Clueless!
I'm not difficult l'm as easy-golng as
Holmes,
Mrs Smith Then you re lnkind. The tea is hot
enougn.
You're right Mrs Smith. lt is hot enough
but it's too strong.
Too strong?!You're rude, Holmes! WhY
don't you Put more milk in Your tea?
And you're wrong, Holmes. This tea is
too weaK.
Oh, now you aren't polite, Clueless' And
you're very bad{emPered too.
i'm not as badtemPered as You. I'm
very good-temPered, aren't l, Mrs
Smith?
Oh, stop that!You're both verY bad-
tempered and rude todaY. You're not
going to have any chocolate cake now'
Oh, we're sorrY. Mrs Smith.
Please can we have some cake?
All right!
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I'm as easy-going as Holmes.
I'm not as bad-tempered as you.
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1 What's the detectives' favourite cake?
2 What are the two detectives drinking?
3 Whose tea is too hot?
4 Whose tea is too strong?
5 What should Holmes Put in her tea?
6 Who doesn't like weak tea?
Vocabulary
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l bad-tempered - akind
2 difficult D bpolite
3 unkind 3- c easY-going
4rude C dgood-temPered
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Holmes is taller than Mrs Smith.
Mrs Smith is .n;:i..ee..tsll.ss Holmes.
Holmes is more bad-tempered than
Clueless.
Clueless is ............................. Holmes.
Coffee is nice but tea is nicer.
Coffee is .......:..................... tea.
Orange cake is s\ /eet but chocolate cake is
sweeter.
Orange cake is ... chocolate cake.
Holmes is thinner than Clueless.
Clueless is ............................. Holmes.
Compare Mrs Smith, Holmes and Clueless.
I tlink Holmes is very
bad-tempered.
I tlink the detectives &re 0s
bad-tempered os Mrs Smith'
Write about Mrs Smith, Holmes and
Clueless.
Mr: Snrth js r,ice bo'i sornetirne: she's
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1 Can I have some sugar? This tea isn't
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2 I can't drink this tea. It's ftr.-.. (hot) ,
3 Clueless dldn't like his tea. It was tAfuK,
for him. (weak)
4 We need a new housekeeper. Mrs Smith's
tea isn't . (goodJ \
5 I don't like this cake. It's for me. \
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enougtt.
His ltst isn't big enough
His shoes are ...
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The tea isn't hot enough.
The tea is too weak for me.
Listen and read. Then answer the
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': What ll.;a;s Raj written obout to
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Today you can read
about problems in
different countries. In
many countries the population ls getting
bigger. We have an interview with clohn
Caruso, an exPert on the PoPulation
explosion. This is a problem in India. India
has other probtems too. Raj from India has
written about them for us.
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Fpmhlems in !mdia
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ces and other historic
buildings. It has modern cities with
sports stadiums and shopping centres
too. But, like many countries, it also
has prgblems.
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There are too many PeoPle in the
cities. People go to the cities to find
work but then there aren't enough
houses for them. There are also too
many cars on the streets and the
pollution is terrible.
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too. Most people in India live in small
villages and work as farmers. TheY
have a hard life because of the
difficult climate. Sometimes there isn't
enough rain and there is a drought.
Then there isn't enough water for the
-crops. At other times there are floods
and then there is too much water'
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There are other Problems too. Some
places don't have enough hospitals
and schools. I live in a village and
we're lucky. We've got a hospital and
a very good school. We've also got a
computer at mY school and I'm using
the Internet to send you my article.
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4 People go to the villages to work' }(
5 There are often drouehts and /
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Always read the title of a text. The title
gives you an idea what the text is about'
Then you can understand the text better'
Match the titles and the paragraphs
in Exercise 2.
a Weather changes
b The old and the new
c A lucky village
d City proplems
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crop flood citY water weather
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too much, too moftV
There is too much water. (uncountablel
There are too many cars on the streets'
Icountable)
not enoagh
There isn't enough rain. [uncountableJ
There aren't enough houses. fcountable)
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Lots of tourists visit the
island of SPetsai in.
Greece. Some PeoPIe say
there are 5..""""""""
tourists and that tourism
is bad for our island' But'
I think there are
; .. " ' hotels for
the tourists. We need
tourism because there rs
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peoPle here' s
peoPie leave this island
to find work in big towns'
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Tick i'true. Cross '' false.
1 The number of people on Earth is getting
bigger.
2 A hundred years ago there were one billion
PeoPle on Earth.
3 The USA has got too much food'
4 The population of India is one million'
5 Indii has got enough food for the people'
.,i. t:: Write about problems in your town and country'
Look at Exercise 2 for ideas'
I'rn frorn ... . It's o [:eootifol countng but like rnang other
coontnies, it ciso hcs Pnoblerns'
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1 When did the Mayflower leave for
America?
2 Why did the Pilgrims want to leave
England?
Who were Lizzie and John?
How did John fall into the sea?
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'Please don't cry.' he said
John was soon well again and
Lizzie often met him late at nieht
under the stars.
One day Ltzzte u-as n-alklng on
the deck earl-v in the morning rvhen
she saw land. It was America - the
New Worldl 'My nerv home!'she
thought happily Then suddenly she
'=.ffti'Sme it's a wonderful country
for a family,' said a voice behind
her. It was John.
'Please marry me,Lizzte,'he said
softl:r Ltzzte looked at him and
smiled. 'Of course,' she answered.
They turned and looked happily at
their future countrv
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'John's head disappeared under '
the water. Ltzzte screamed. Some
sailors ran quickly to the side of
the ship and threw a rope into the
sea. Lizzie stared at the sea but she
couldn't see John anywhere. Then
suddenly John's head appeared
Lizzie was crying when they
fl]ulled John onto the ship. They put
him carefully on the deck and a '.,,,
sailor hit John hard on the back.
1 John coughed up water and opened
. his eyes. He saw Lrzzte and smiled -.-
felt sad because it was also time for _*,$
John to return to England on the .'- =
above the water. He was holding the
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disaPPeared under the water'
2 t'izite threw a rope into the sea' );/
3 John and,Lizzie sometimes met at nrgm' P
4 The New World was America'
5 Lizzie feit sad when she first saw >:i ,
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We arrived in America iast year after a very
;@t.d'ongerously storm' At first it
was very cold ano rt snowed 2lleouy (J:-g.-':W
We lived on the ship and many people died'
At the end of the winter we were only fifty-
We eat very 6 good" /,uellin America' The fruit
and vegetatleJ are veiy different from those in
England. The Indians have taught us to grow
and cook them.
Today we are having a big dinnet:Yuly
Indians are going to eat with us' The Indians
have helped us a tot lna we Iive 'p'.\'9fut{
peacefully with them' This dinner wlII D€" ''
iatled 'thanksgivinS' to thank the Indians for
their help and because we arrived a safe /
Read and circle the correct words'
safelY in America.
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two Pilgrims. *6**
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; ;"; we all have houses' i niirried John
p"tt.t, thq.sailor on the Moyflower' Our life
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"' ,f 1 How many Pilgrims were there at the end
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adiectives in brackets'
1 The waves hit the ship 'cl"u":ger'o'oslg''
(DANGEROUS). ,ir,i(_,
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[cAREFUL)
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Wiru, did the Indians teach the Pilgrims?
Wh. aia the Pilgrims have a 'thanksgiving'
dinner?
You were a passenger on the MoTflower'
Write your story about the journey to
n*"ti"u and wirat happened to you when
you arrived.
paragraPh 1
'wtro"ut. you? Why were you on the ship?
Who were the Passengers?
paragraPh 2
Wn"iftuPPened to You on the voYage?
Where did You arrive?
paragraPh 3
atu yon haPPY in America?
Do you want to return to England?
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They looked happily at their future country'
(EARLY)
I Lizzie andyJohn talked together
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Complete. Use the right prepositions.
1 Speak .....ilp....., I can't hear you.
2 I took my jacket because I was very hot.
3 It's very dark in here. Switch ............... the lights.
4 Hurry I We mustn't be late.
5 Put ............... your coat. It's cold.
6 That hat is nice on you. Look the mirror.
Put the adiectives in the correct groups.
delicious unkind hard bad-tempered polite
wonderful rude easy-going difficult kind
good-tempered terrible
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Dictionary skills:
identifying parts of speech
Your dictionary tells you if:
1 the word is a verb, noun, adjective, adverb
or preposition.
2 the noun is countable or uncountable.
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slowly /'slauh/ odverb ::
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Use your dictionary and write noun, uerb,
adj ectiv e, preposition, no plural.
1 disappear ...:r.*.nh..
2 information
3 exhibition
4 delicious ...............
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Say. Then listen and check.
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/sq/ sing
/str0q/ strong
Circle the odd word out.
Complete. Use the right question tags.
Then ask and ansu,er with a partner.
You've got o sister, ho.rten't you?
Yes, I hove. / No, I haven't.
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Your mother doesn't work,
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You like chocolate, .............................?
You won't watch television tonight,
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8 You've been to Engiand, .............................?
9 They were playing tennis at ten,
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1O I should cut my hair, .............................?
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You shouldn't swim in the sea in the
winter. It's t...........=....,.,i.;.a....... (coldJ
Oh, it's ..... for me! (warm)
She can't wear those shoes. Thev aren't
... . (big)
- You're right. They're 4............................. for her.
(small)
3 - I think that jacket is s............................. for
you. (short)
_ No, it's 0............... . (1ong)
; Make sentences about the picture. Use too
mach, too many or not enough.
Dear Sally,
Thank you for your letter.
Yes, I'm very r.hgppg. in my new school
because we have tennis lessons. l;;;"'
play tennis very 2............... now. But the
::noot rs. a long way away from our new
nouse.,I have to get up very 3............... and
catch the school bus.
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There is a lot of traffic and the road is
very 4............... but our bus driver d.i;;;
very s............... .
Yesterday a dog ran in front of the bus.
jl: o.tuu]_:topped the bus 0............... . The
dog was OK but a car went into the back
-of our bus. The driver of the .", ,iroutuO
,.............. at our driver and telephor;;;.
police.
A police officer came and he talked to
the two drivers and made notes. ftloot u
long time and we got to school very
Pi.ur. *.ite soon!
Lots of love
Andre,ct,
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supermarkets / town
traffic / town
trees / street
i Make adverbs from the adjectives.
@ Studetrt A, ask Student B questions
for one minute. Use question tags.
@ St.rA"trt B, answer Student A s
questions. You mustn't say'yes' or
'no' and you mustn't use body
language to answer.
Your name is Mary, isn't it?
:, My name isn't Mary.
You're in Class 4, uren't vou?
I'm in Class 6.
You've got a sister, hauen't you?
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tourists / hotel
pollution / town
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the paragraphs.
a Australia for tourists
b The language of Australia
c Life on the coast
d The first Australians
The first British people went to Australia
about three hundred years ago. Many other
British immigrants followed them. After 1950
people from other parts of the world went to
Iive in Australia too. Now English is the
officiai language of all Australians - but they
speak it with an Australian accent.
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Most of the big towns in Australia
are on the coast because there is a
desert in the middle of the
countn-.,\Ian}' Australians enjoy
sr.i'immins. suriins and other sea
sports but they have to be verY
careful because sometimes sharks
appear near the beaches!
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e*€-*-s Australia is very popular with tourists. There
is a lot to see and do, for example you can
visit the famous Sydney Opera House or 80 on
a tour of the desert. TWo very popular tourist
attractions are Ayers Rock, a holy place for the
Aborigines and the Great Barrier Reef, with its
amazing underwater life. A lot of interesting
animals live in Australia too. All tourists want
to see a koala or a kangaroo. The only
problem for tourists in Australia is too much
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extra picture. Then listen and check.
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I usually keep my money in my pocket.
Plan your summer holiday in Australia.
. Decide where you want to go and
what you want to see.
r Thlk to the class about your plan.
o Choose the best nlan.
First we should see ...
::':',",' Write a paragraph about what tourists
can see or do in your country. Look at
Exercise I for ideas.
In rng countng ...
Draw or cut out from magazines
pictures of wild animals in your
country.
Write about the animals in the
pictures. Look at Exercises 2 and.
3 for ideas.
Put the pictures and the texts
on a poster.
Make a classroom display of
your work.
The Missinq Sbeleton
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PeoPle in the PlaY
Shirley Holmes Georg^e Clueless Mrs Smith
Children from Class'7i' noti"'"Sandy' Jim' Ken' Tom and Mary
Chitdren from Class?o''gil$'(tvtrs Smltn's grandson)' Boy 1'
Girl 1, oi'i"z"M;e;een fthe Biolosv teacher)
Three narrators
Breakfast time at Shirley Holmes's house
Narrator 1 Today we're going to tell you a story
about two famous detectives, Shirley Holmes
and George Clueless.
Narrator 2 Shirley Holmes lives in London with
her housekeeper, Mrs Smith,
Narrator 3 Today Clueless is having breakfast
with Holmes.
The detectives and Mrs Smith turn to the audience and
slng.
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Cfuefess I'm Ciueless.'
Holmes l'm Holmes.
Cfueless We're detectives.
and Holmes Yes, we a9, ,,
Mrs Smitb And I'rn Mrs Smith.
I'm the housekeeper.
Clgefess l'm Clueless. , ,
Hofmes I'm Holmes...
Clueless We're the stars.
and Holmes We're the stars.
l-cook and..wash . 1'e.
And sometimes clean the shoes. J'-
Mrs Smith Here's your tea, Ms Holmes and
Mr Clueless.
Holmes Oh, dear, this tea isn't sweet enough
for me, Mrs Smith.
Clueless You're right, Holmes, it isn't very
sweet. And it's too hot.
Mrs Smith @ngny) Then you need some milk
and sugar!
Mrs Smith pours milk and sugar (pieces of paper) over
the two detectives.
Holmes Mrs Smith needs glasses.
Clueless Why do you think that?
Holmes Well, she poured the milk and sugar
on us and not in the cups.
Clueless You're a brilliant detective!
Someone knocks at the door.
Mrs Smith There's somebody at our door!
Clueless Why don't we open the door?
Holmes A clever suggestion, Clueless!
Mrs Smith opens the door. Rosie, Jim and Sandy walk
into the room.
Rosie Hello, Auntie Shirley!
Clueless Who is Auntie Shirlev?
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What do we-do| . . '
Whatdo we do?r ,' ,'
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Clueless
Holmes
Mrs Smith
Clueless
Holmes
Mrsismith
l'm Clueless.
l'm Holmes...
And I'm Mrs Smith.
l'm the housekeeper.
They're the stars.
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Rosie walks over and kisses Hoimes.
Holmes That's me, Clueless!
Clueless Then this girl is your niece.
Holmes Oh, you're a clever detective,
Clueless, aren't you?
Rosie You must help us. Our class has got a
big problem with Froggy Green.
Clueless Froggy Green?
Jim Oh, we mean Mr Green, our Biology
teacher.
Holmes What's the problem w.th Mr Green,
Rosie?
Rosie Froggy ... Sorryl Mr Green has got a
skeleton in his cupboard in the Biology
classroom.
Sandy Yesterday in our lesson he opened the
cuoboard and the skeleton wasn't there.
Rosie We laughed because Mr Green often
loses and forgets things.
Jim Mr Green thinks children from our class,
Class 7a. took it. but we didn't take it. Mr
Green says we can't go on the school trip
next week.
Sandy We have to find the skeleton and then
we can go on the school trip!
Children Please help us!
Holmes Don't worry. You will have the
skeleton tomorrow.
Chif dren @ith surprise) Tomorrow?!
Clueless Of course, we're the best
detectives in the world. We're the stars!
The children leave the staqe. Holmes and Clueless starl
singing.
Clueless
Hofmes
l'm Clueless.
l'm Holmes.
Clueless and We're detectives.
Holmes Yes, we are.,.etc.
Holmes and Clueless leave the stage. There's a knock at
the door. Her grandson, Billy, walks in.
Bif ly Hi grandma! (he kisses her on the cheek).
Here's an invitation for you.
Mrs Smith An invitation?
Billy Yes, it's an invitation to a play by my
class. lt's tonioht at the school hall.
Mrs Smith Oh, thank you! Are you in the
play?
Billy Of course I am! You have to see
There's a real skeleton in the play!
Mrs Smith A real skeleton? 6he smites)
you're right - | have to see it. Can Ms
and Mr Clueless come too?
Billy Of course they canl See you tonight
grandma!
He kisses her again and runs out of the room. Mrs Smith
opens the invitation and reads to herself.
Mrs Smith The Mystery Box by Class 7b. ...
The detectives have to see it! They have to
find the skeleton by tomorrow, don't they?
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ln Mr Green's Biology classroom
Narrator 1 The two detectives went to the
school to look for the skeleton.
Narrator 2They went to see Mr Green in his
Biology classroom.
The narrators leave the staoe.
There is a knock at the door.
Mr Green Come in!
Holmes Hello, Mr Green. I'm Shirley Holmes.
I'm a famous detective and this is George
Clueless.
Mr Green Have I met vou before? I can't
rememDer...
Clueless No, but we've come here to find the
missing skeleton.
C/ueless looks at the jars and bottles on the table.
He picks up one jar.
Clueless These are interesting! What's in
here?
C/ueless apens the jar. There is a loud buzzing noise.
Mr Green ghouting) Oh, it's a Big Buzz. lt's an
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insect from Africa. Quick, catch it!
Mr Green, C/ueless and Holmes dive under the table,
then run around the room as if they are chasing an
insect. All the time there is the buzzing noise. Then they
all look at the window.
Mr Green Oh, dear, it has gone out of the
window. lt was my last Big Buzz. l've lost ten
of them now.
Holmes Oh, we're sorry but please tell us
about the missing skeleton.
Mr Green I saw the skeleton in the cupboard
before the morning break. Then after the
break the skeleton wasn't there.
Holmes Then somebodv took it at break
time.
Clueless (to the audiencfl What an amazing
detective!
Mr Green I think the children from Class 7a
took it. They like playing jokes on me.
Holmes Could we talk to the pupils in Class
7a, please?
Mr Green @oes to the door) Yes, of course.
Come inside, please!
Ken, Tom and Mary walk into the room.
Cfueless And your names are ...?
Ken bointing at himself, then at Tom and Marfi Ken,
Tom and Mary.
Clueless What were you doing yesterday in
the morning break, Ken?
Ken I wasn't doing anything.
Holmes Tom, what were you doing yesterday
in the morning break?
Tom I was doing nothing with Ken.
Holmes What were you doing in the morning
break, Mary?
Mary | was with Ken and Tom ...
Holmes ... doing nothing! Clueless, this is
the most difficult investiqation we have ever
had!
Narrators walk onto the stage.
Narrator 1 Holmes and Clueless talked to all
the children ...
Narrator 2 Then thev talked to all the
teachers ...
Narrator 3 And finally they looked around
the school to find the clues...
stngtng
Mr Green
Clueless
and Holmes
Children and
Mr Green
Clueless
Holmes
Clueless
Children
Holmes and
Clueless
My skeleton is missing.
What can we do?
We want to find it, Mr Green.
But we haven't got a clue!
You have to find the skeleton.
Where have you been?
We're looking for it everywhere.
But it's nowhere, Mr Greenl
We must find the skeleton.
What can we do?
You must find it by tomorrow
But we haven't got a clue!
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ln the school hall
Narrator 1 Holmes, Clueless, Mrs Smith and
Rosie have come to see a play at the school.
Narrator 2 lt is a play by Class 7b.
Narrator 3 Mrs Smith's grandson is in Class
7b and he's in the play.
Mrs Smith. Holmes. C/ueless and Rosie come onto the
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Mrs Smith I'm so happy.We're going to see
my grandson in this play.
Holmes Yes, thank you for the invitation.
But I'm very worried. We haven't found the
skeleton yet.
Mrs Smith You shouldn't worry, Ms Holmes.
You and Mr Clueless are wonderful
detectives. I know you'll find it very, very
soon. Now just watch the play carefully.
Mrs Smith, Holmes, C/ueless and Rosie leave the stage
and sit in the audience. Billy comes onto the stage.
Billy fte Mystery Box by Class 7b.
Boy 1, Girl 1 and Girl 2 come onto the stage.
Boy 1 Look at the boxl lt's very strange.
Girl 1 Let's open it.
Girl 2l'm scared.
Boy 1 Don't be silly! I'm going to open it.
(He opens the box a little and looks inside and closes it
quickty) Ahh!
Girl 1 What's the matter? | want io iook. isrre
opens the box a little, Iooks insicie and closes it quickly.)
Ahh!
Girl2 What is it? lSrre opens the box and pulls out
a skeleton,)Ahh! lt's a skeleton!
Hof mes btanding up and shouting) Stop the play!
Stop!
Holmes, l,lrs Smith, C/ueless and Rosie run up onto the
sfage.
Holmes Where did you find that skeleton?
Girl 1 We borrowed it from Mr Green but we
asked him first.
Girl 2 He said 'yes', but he forgot to give it to
us. He never remembers things.
Boy 1 So finally we went to his classroom
yesterday at break time and took it.
Clueless So we've found Mr Green's
skeleton!
Mrs Smith You see, Ms Holmes, you are
great detectives. You're stars.
Holmes You knew about the skeleton in this
play, Mrs Smith, didn't you?
Mrs Smith Well, yes I did. @uning her arm
around Bilty) My grandson, Billy, told me.
Rosie Well thank you, Mrs Smith, now our
class can go on the school trip.
Holmes Yes, thank you, Mrs Smith! You're
a star!
All the people in the play come onto the stage and sing.
They point at Holmes, C/ueless and Mrs Smith as they
slng.
All He's Clueless. t
She's Holmes. I
They're detectives lu
They're stars. t
Holmes And this is M1s Smith.
and Cluel€ss ," She's the biggest star. Hurray!
All And this is Mrs Smith.
She's the biggest star. HurraYI
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Student B, look at the picture below and
make questions. Then ask and answer about
the picture.
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2 Where / the monkeYs / sit
3 What / the boy in the yeilow Tshirt / do
4 Which animal / drink milk
5 How many / children / clean / the house
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Is she slee i,re nor'' I
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Every day i grle i-rer breakfast.
She alwavs starts to bark.
Then u'e ri'alk iogether
for hours ur the Park.
I'm sirtgriig her this song
and sitting in the sun.
My dog Sue and i,
we alwa-vs have great fun.
Culture Gorner Page 27
CompIete.
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Yes, it is.
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BoY: tr wili be a fisherman'
I'm crazY about the sea'
We will cook a lot of fish"
Will You marrY me?
Girl: Thank You, John for asking me'
I'm fond of the ocean too'
But I'm not keen on cooking fish'
so I won't marry You'
Boy: 1'm verY good at singing songs'
I'11 be a famous star'
We will have a iovelY house,
five children and a car'
Girl: Oh, John, then I will marry You'
I'11 be a haPPY wife'
Foy: A Perfect husband I will be'
We'li have a haPPY life'
Gulture Corner Page 75
Role play. Do the tasks below'
Student B
Read the notes and answer Student A s
questions.
Hove you ever trieil whitewater rafting?
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You re frorn Nev fiealand. Last month yotl
tried whitervater rafting wittrr 3-our parents' It
uas their loirthr{ay present for,vou' You dialn't
like it beeause y-ou feli in the water' ?he
v'ater was very cotrd and vou got i11'
You're talking to a teenager from New
Zealand,. Ask these questions'
Houe you ever ttted zorbing?
Yes' I have'
1 you / ever / trY I zorbing
2 When /You / do / lt
3 Where /be I lt
4 you / like / it
5 you / going to / do / iI / again
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a lot of / lots of /e lot ev, 'lots evl
always I'c,,lwerzl
amazing lemetn4l
Australia /o'strerlje/
basketball /'borsktbcrV
belly / beli/ do a belly flop
brilliant lbrflient/
but /bet, b,ttl
capital lkrptU
cinema /'srneme/
class Alors/
computer Tkempjute/
country /'kmtril
dad,ldedl
diving ldalql
email /'imerV
England / r4glendi
every (Wednesday) /'evri/
fantastic frentresnk/
father /'fo:de/
football match /'futbcrl mretJ/
football team /'futbcrl timi
friend ffrend/
girl lgs:ll
go lgeu/
good /gud/
grandparents /'grrenpeerents/
great lgreill
Great Britain lgrert brrtnl
ice rink /'ars rrrlk/
indoor swimming pool
/rndc:'swrmr4 pul/
Italian lttr.lienl
Italy /rteli/
job lfuobl
letter /'lete/
like [ark/
live Arvl
London /'l,tnden/
Lucky him! /l,rki hrm/
meet (friends) lmittl
Melbourne /'melben, -bcrn/
Mexico City /meksrkeu srti/
million I'miljenl
mother I'mr6el
museum lmplzi:eml
never /'neve/
new /njur/
Northern lreland /,ncrden arelend/
now /nau/
often /'ofen, 'often/
on (Saturday afternoonJ /on/
other /',rde/
parent / peerent/
park /poild (nJ
part of / pot ev, ov/
pen friend I pen ftendl
people l'pirpell
photo /'feuteu/
play /pler/
pretty /'prrti/
remember lnmembel
school /skurV
Scotland /'skotiend/
send /send/
sometimes I'srmtarmzl
swimmer / swrme/
thank /0erlk/
thanks /0e4ks/
thing i0r4l
town /taun/
under water /.rnde wclte/
usually / jursueli, ju:seli/
very /'veri/
visit lvratl fu)
Wales lweilzl
watch television /wotJ telavr3en/
write /rartl
zoo lzui/
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ii3;TL /i^t"li:,"' eelnt,,1' | ;
arrive /ararv/
at the moment /at da mat-iment/
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breakfasi / brekfasr/
cake /kerk/ ."-
carpet /'koprt/
clean ,klin/ (u,
clever /'kleve/
cold &euld/ it'i criia #i' ,t ,. ,,,,
detective /drtektrv/"
eountryside / ktntrisard/ /. .:zd tz*t n4a .7_t,g(/,
covered with / ktvod wrd. wrQlo2 p *ok[,idn)
cut down lkrt daon/ 4/-t,--' ., ..1 *r-.4
desert /,dezo.r | /--(dVl,( * '(
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heii /hra/
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house /haus/
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rice plant / rars plornt/
river / rrve/
rocky / mki/
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sister / srste/
snow /sneu/ (nJ
south /sau0/ in the south of ...
think /0r1k/
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unhappy /,tnhrpi/
village / r rlrd;
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meal time I'mi;l tarml'.
mess,{mes/ (n) li.-,,.';i-
murder I'ms.del @)"r,
ornament /'Jrnomentl ,
see ,6i-i
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today /te'der/ 9i;:,-. -1,,. .,.,..,
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vacuum cleaner / vakjuem ,klirne,
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wear /wee/,,1; i.: r, -r-.'. =-
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work /g'::ki (uJ
worker / q::ka/
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brother i 'br,tde/ \ /1 ;| ,
child /tjarld/ (plufal childgen /'tjrldren4
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goal /geul/ at goal " '* <-,. /
goalie /'geoli/ .-r) .1t ' /
grounds lgraundzl school grounds *u
Headmaster / he d mo:sLa/f,9 P,?'r:v>P f
insect / rnsektrr ( '.r. ..ftA t
league lli:gl Q':'+-c4
leaves ili:r z (sing,ilar leaf. Ii:f D u u
listen / hsanl 4i&&3ez'{et"-
look through l,lt}/'1ru:l g6lu,f=*- .: 4 !
main hall men'hr.llJA*al iu,.. r^;,
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news lnlu.zl ra;g("aa'+<'t-L
nut /nrti, ,.9fr4*'. *
next /nekst/ i ,, r, '..-
old /euld/
one day /,w.rn'der/
pay tpev
perhaps lpehrlpsl
@hotographer fe tDgrefe/
photography shop ftetogrefi Jop/
pocket /'pokrt/
prize lprarzl
put down lpat daunl
kly lkwtklil @dv)
run after lr,tn orfte/
run away /,r,l.n awer/ .i
sell /sel/
small /smcrl/" ,.-
strong /stro4/ r" - , .
study /'st,tdi/ (u)
suddenly /'s.r.dnli/
sun /s^n/ ,' ;
tell /tel/
then /den/
thief /Oi:fi {plural thieves /QivzD
Tirrkey I'ts:krl '
walk /wcrk/
Watch my bag! /,wotJ mar
lVhere is ... from? fwear v
win /wrn/
young /j,rq/
UNIT 5
uNtr 6 . -i, ,, ,
after that I'o^fn'6r;tl i 'r"'r'.' 'i:.*- '' 'ii- '-a
oxygen I oksrdzanl fi+ 64aq-re
pitch /prtj/ football pitch,'v.i' tu,/-
orrv. /J uv \../ - =. - /.-
spend /spend I 4 ya:''i 7-: 1;l
spend /spencll A. {a",j::l-'t i.:.,t
squirrel/skw.rrel t *,
start /stort/ (v) ':> .'*-,- :t'.
strange /strerndi i---t- , =ort
READING CORNER
after /'orfta/
bag ,rbeo/
become /brkrm
behind ,rbrharndi
big lbrgl
brty hatl
camera /'knmerc/
carry I'krlil
college /'kolrds/
competition lkompa'nJen/
cover lkwal (n)
evening l'i'.vnql
fall down /,fcrl daun/
fall out of Lfctl aut ev, ov/
famous / fermes/ :- :.
fishermen / frjaman/ (singular
fisherman / fiJaman/)
get lgetl
give lgwl
hand /hend/
heavy /'hevi/
hit /hrt/
keep,&i:p/
Iook at /\uk et, et/
man /men/ (plural
market /'morkrt/
money /'mt'nil .
knock at (the door) /
ffi;i:,uA:, ;i;,Tdd,/D (E o, ur''
teaTti:/'L'-LL -<'/.1\ {
'1,,telephone /telefeun/ f"\t G y'L'q)"'t- t,r -r' L'' L1\L/
urgent /::dsent/i ( t ?.(2 Lt"ktU el
super /'su:Pe. s-tu:p3 -.-. ,--/ ei+
ii,ii','J;- | H&? ":, : r*
[L:fi:i,[?.ffe#.#fu:='
tree /trir/ 6r-"'- Y +-t:b{
tree lffi;l {*,!.6a-u'7-U
Well done"! I,wel d+ilQ&Afia U-tD' &e
window /'urnder-r/t' . t r,,f3
winner /wrna/, "& t. q r, 0*:{ {E@
ye6d irvud/ c.^-' €:L- ,_
work /u::k'' (n) 7W;"Sefk
workmen ,'ri'::kmen/ (singulg ^ -
wo*r\nqan w::kmen/),. 6,'i ' t t'tt*lt
.. " ): .''J )J-.A,r-a I r
baker / berka/ r.QqtP
bicycle / barsrkell //A/-D^#^
vase lva:zl_l)4{_{ ^ -," /
wr1 n g,1roif ""'-U ( /l ?rc .: q /-/ a€-k
yesterday f iestSail'i.,tff Ct
YNq.7, , ,A --^a
arg""rir" /,o:d3enti:na/ fr nM pf tt\ fL *l
!:lltrij[4*,P,ffiJg,o
great-grandparents /,grert
'orenDeerents/
naineitd,tf'flW ^
History / hrsreri/ fafffi/4
horse-drawn carriagb /,ht:s drr:n
ka:ndtl<,&4 fi&Vre
ladv I'terdi "4r,*
level / level/ 6rI'Wb- i <
bus ,rb.ts/
car kol
centre /'sente/
circle /'ssrkal/ in a ci
course ,&crs/ of
cross /krcs/ (u)
double-decker bus
,da.ba1
front /fr.tnt/ in front
office block /'ofis blo
open top bus leupen
outside of /aot'sard av, ov
root lru'.f I d,
rounda
/ raundebaut/
sight /sar
q.;
slow /s1eu/
street /stri:t/
than /dan,
traff,c I
traftic )ights
without lwrdautl
campfire / kempfar
#"t#
Qompass / kr.nr
/'z-4-) rt1:/Y-4.
map /mep/
/'popjule/ /7{t?g\
rhe"leryI)/puflp/t
d.4 "
| -: . -.. *..ai r" . ,.
p:l r! lLlrt; enI) tprln p/;iar*(, 1',.. .' 1l o{.,.
quiz lkwn(;;i-. i {t,' ff t
rescue team Meskiiir tir
match /metJ/ oj u-{. 2 " " .-
mosquito I ma ski:raol 1 11. */,U rv-u q.L (x
move /'u,u/ ;t :t W,K{(i q"p i
move /mu;v/ :)ti'>;.F,{qAI.t I
noise /nrrzl ;/-;W,tr;;'Y{r €42'
"". " ltt^ " tl ii i'ffinl'i-l'u i n once.ffi Dt'2,fu ?;t,
outdoor activity /,autdc:r ek'nvatVi o. , 4l' ",,,
pq$dle |prcdll l2sn;Et oALl " ' :""' ''t" /'1
men /men/)
chess /rjesi LQO,:{'.I4 ^ il^ /;..a)
continue lkanrnlu:1.4 12OA t' ^L'7t q' Lf!'W( (
decide Hisant fra1p-4tLy' gU ( _
decision /drsr3an/ (H LtQh-ol-zA :
deticious /dr'lrJesi l' e. t cxs-Y4!t(,
dining room i du'r1-*'rn. o-f1, fu.hrurf
finally I fanttl6prQ"&,f. {ctUr <
phone call"ftffilp'tfu4
plate /plert/l t"n ftAU{
enjoy /rn'd3rrl lC'- {ryya-\,>;7 ,
equipment /r'kwrp\llent,f^!;) * (:<J
feet fi:t/ (singular toot7f&Yu' //481141
fire ltaral make a fire ) t2 i-tau,,
fly /flatt ft),...c. , ),i; ?'":(,,t { ,, ,t (1/i(i
f:,T:%:*: :f:\',, rlgt {1 oy,,"^,
*#trw
helmet / helmrt/ t tt f-tj")L ' !' tt ^ t
hiking I'harkql ,-r1?-,,.ffi"4 (o,lv:,r1, ,
interview I'ntevjul {n) ,
i;;;; ;iii; i :;:,,i' c;::qa? -,
newspaper /'njus,perpe/
zebra crossing /,zirb
'kmsrn, ze
sack /'r,tksreki ,t* f ij
wich /
{,"t te;i'1 *nr.
sleeping, bag/ sli:prq brplgt4a.Q
snore /snr:/Q(; PQ,nj I q
tent /renti /1A&flkfu\
6 tti"tvOK
label l{eftcV (n, v)
language ,/'1e4gwId3/
mac / mackintosh (BrEJ /mrek,
(mrekrntoJ/; raincoat (AmE)
/'rernkeut/
meaning I'rni:nql
name /nelm/
Native American /,nertrv emerrken/
packet of biscuits (BrE) I,pe.krt av
'brskrts/; package of cookies (AmEJ
lpakrd3 ev kukiz/
packet of crisps (BrE) I,Pr,ktt ev
/ krrsps/; bag of potato chiPs (AmE)
Lba,g av pe'terteu tIrPS/
Pilgrims lplilgnmzl
Plymouth /phmeO/
pop group / pDp grurp/
pop music i PoP ,mjurzlk/
same / serm/ the same
similarity lsrme'lrereti/
speak /spi:k/
spelling / spelqi
stick /strk/ (uJ
sweets (BrE) lswt'.tsl; candies (AmEJ
'l ka.ndizl
tin (BrE) /r:nl:' can (AnE) krenl
trainers (BrE) I tretnezl; sneakers
(AmE) lsnirkez/
trousers (BrE) I'trauzazl; Pants
(ttmE) lpanltsl
type ltarpl @)
woolen lwulanl
word iwgrdl
UNIT 9 ,^ N
d-u,t' /d;k/ @dji].,
->€&t l-t-Lj-)*
chair irfee/ ' :
climb (through a window) /darm/
clue/klu:/ kl ll
colourful /'lcrlalel/ l*. I' -,
comfortable /'k^mftebel, ktmfet-/
empty / enpril (v. adj) I "; ,
exciting /rk sartrrl/ .u I t\ -t '
expensive /rk'.pensrv/i : '- '
fashionable / falenabel/ '
investigation /rn,vest gerjen/'S:
jewel /'dsurel/ )' -', -.'r= \,- t- li'r yl-'
jewellery / d3u::lri/ ,
kev /ki:/ f :
manage I'mr,mdsl manage !o do '
something !- :, r,.' . "., lt-.\
mobile phone /,meubarl feun/ r.' ' I
painting /4ernq4lr I
pull ipoll'l ,) L1U \
queen,&wi:n/ [ -'
steal/sti:l/ : (,-LJ:,'- :"
ti,e ltarl fu) .'t 'f.it f \-. ,,i'.! 9i,1,(n
tied to I ta:d te,.tul 7,.. rrrL-.'6i+,1.
way /weI/ be on one's lvaY r1'r'
uNfr S t,1 . .. ,
bell /bel/ school bell '- ' ' '
cross ikros/ (nJ
drawing I drc;t4l
dry out ldrar autl r' I {' i I
find out /,fand'autl
floor /flc:i (first floor).'
half ,&oi7
hide /hard/ '
large llotdsl
lilt llrftl @) ' ; '
luckY/'l.tkiibeluckY r:'1 ;t" " {
lunch break / l.tntj brertd'
mark/mork/(v)i{t-r'. j 'i
measure /'mese/
office /'ofrs/
plan /plan/ (n) 'i .
quick lkwrk/ Quick, let's go! '"
receptionist /rr sePJenrsti
reply lnplarl (v)
ring lrql (v)
road /reud/
voice /vcrs/ , ,, .i . i
wall /wcrl/ :
CULTURE CORNER
accent / eksent/
advertisement /ed'vsrtrsment/
ago lageul
also / clseu/
America /emerrke/
American /emenken/
apple /'repeli
banana /benorne/
before /brfc/
between /brtwirn/
black,/blrek/
blue,61ur/
called /kcr1d/
chips (BrE) itJrpsl; French fries (AmE)
lfrentj fratzl
clothes Meadz, klauzl
difference /'drferens/
different /'drferant/
egg lesl
English I'r4g'rf/
fast food /fqst (fu:d/
film lf:irml @)
find /farnd/
follow /'foleul
ginger hair (BrE) /dsrndse hee/; red
}nair (AmE) /red'hee/
group /grxp/
hamburger / hrembsrge/
hundred /'h,tndred/
ice cream /ars 'krim/
jtans /dsirnzl
juinper (BrE) ld3,tmpe/; sweater
(,imEJl swete/
deer /dre/ (iinditor deer) c,*I$ll'6
easy I'i'.qil',2<lsZ r"-t)
eat littl i c'r "<'( ' '.
forest / forest/ d "- ,
i;;;;iii;;;i 3 nr lLur*^ \:
rie"natv i rr" ili t q V ffi ( ^u'r qL
hard /ho:d/ tadil"tL'Y* e' e4 c/
hungry / h,t4gri/ ro'"a,Qra
lieht /larri ( adi) cE Pq Yiu.z-\
light ilarV @f,i)ozgeYz
lons. llonltT.kzzztzn 1 J(
long \o4ltltUz." &"1 l_
*-'' --!" t;/1/4(4.
mane Im€InI?lLd'tC '4a
nice /nars/'LLfiLuq
plcnrc / pIKnIK/ /r-/ trr1L161
pony I'peunil nr7-tt'
hot /hot/'fl(ff.ffil'a-L
light /larr/ (n1,. "' , .; i
Moon /mu:n/ ,: *t) u ,) 4 t
mountain ranfi 'l fruudrln re nflslip/u;u
ndtionality / nr [e nr lrti / <-) b f9^i.2,-6 U
|."JiI ffir:l' ^, .i ; ; :; " "x' tt t b i viu' /'z' t
over 'Jd\c/ .1 3- ,- O , Ll C;* r^ (
Pacific p).rfrk. the tr/adific Ooead/ d*A-t J
Peru p:nt:.. . t'. .
ptan"i pdnwlrg'i{y{' i.--.
Pole /p:ol/ the North Pole"-,,.I-t'7lt+<,+ 0 (
theSouthPole (, r,,
quarter / kwr:te/ three quarters\tfupUl/
J"^ rij:i;i,-. t 't{kt
sky Akail -l' , . ' "' "-o "l \,L'1 i
South AmeriQ4 /sauO a'tnertke/i i ' r
star /sto:/ *&ifA, , tl/& a
wet /wet/', " -:,, :)',/"' rr.^,,:/,/t L4,La,
:-",o,'+U U-+'4 ,qJ&' "f -'
pony I'paonil rtJt<1' .- /1 (
right /rart/ be right q{JuVp^
scared /skead/ be scared o!)9.-l'tif
shnrt /fr:t/ y'u )n rl. tfuo e ) \J:/
short /frll ,lUrafr
shv llarl\r+At,Ql.:t
short ifr;t/ ,/Ure6,ft4!rf - U'
shy I I ar I \r +AuL Af*a^{,xt'^
summer / s.tme/.,1-,'qig
tail /terl/ 4&,t (
tall /tcrl/ (,uepf+*
tf1n foel da:nl naSe
iil!,!i' i l, t, ffi p,: ffi s e:- e-(:
::ii:',{':ll/ tw'fffr,
--:---.'-'.:"' :in ^ A" (\
ugly / ^glr/ rt"{t: liu,rL{:7al-t't-
t'F;i'i'';;;7;Jtf6"J"IiU,t*w;
wild /warld/ t$/k^iu!.
UNIT 10
assistant /e'srstent/ shop assistant " -w'f
break into /,brerk rnte/ -
burglar lbz',gld I l,(..i.=:
burglary lbz:glai/ 1 .'.
catch /karj/ '
Africa r, aeflrk:, l"','t1t"u {iQ
:1
age lefislQ,
"i.[J]S.l ,nt ,g,;a : )q &lE:
ancient / c;nJ:nt ?),Lt ^ 1- r, r ' c'("
Rn Jes r.enar',, tnl Xhaei Fnifri;ry" W
e"i"t"ii" /e nt o :ktrk/.tlie, 5$tar ctic f i1i $A',
Asia /'er.[e. eua/ c' -i l-^ -t_..,
Asia /'eIJe. "t;"/ - J''-l
Atlantic /atlentrk/ the
whose,4rurz/';- q ,, ..-,
UNIT 11
UNIT 12
: ?$ree le'griJ
u hnother /en.tde/
build,6tld/
-.1
fl
II
[I
I
rT
l1
ll
H
.A
2
cheer itjr:/
front page /,fr.rnt perds/
march lmo:tl @) ' "'.
central / sentrel/ ,,\ ,,,i a , ,, tr :
playground / plergraundi
poster /'pauste I
reporter lrrprlel
saf.e lsertl (adj)
save /seIV/ (u)
saw /sr:/ (n ) ' e: .i.;
shopping centre i Jofr4 ,sente/ '
stadium / )terdirm/
tomorrow /tJ nlorJo/
towards ltawc:dzl
tluth / the truth ide trurO/
READING CORNER
angry /'r19ri/
ans\.r's! /'o:nse/ answer the telephone
back ,'breki at the back (of the caf6)
box /boks/
caf6 I'krefetl
coin /kcrn/
collect /kelekt/
come /krm/
face /fers/
flute /flut/
happy i 'hrepii
missing /'mrsr4/
policernan /pelirsmen/ Qiluro,I
policemen ipe lirsmen/)
quiet /'kwaret/
shopkeeper /Jopkipa/
stamp /stemp/
stand /stend/
student /'stju:dent/
surprised lse'prarzdl
table /terbel/
What's wrong? /wots'ro{/
UNIT 13
arrange /erernd3/
Uossyl bosi/ ' -=-'' '=: ti+r!'+----r-\
DOSSy / DDSI/ -.- ' (
cloakroom i klaukrom. -rurm/ -l-,<--! fj'r;t?l
early I'z:Iil @dv)^
get up /get .\pi' {--' I
have to / has to /'hev
hopeless 7h:uphs/ :l ,
iacket /'drekrr/
queue Ajur/ (rt, n) -'' i
. _q.-.f4, .r.. ..*-(
te, ihret te/'z s *E
. ?-!. ir i.r--\ 1',-'t.0 i;'l' !
,--t 'r t.1'._t1,
-.ready/redi,...'
,J.Ytl real/nall '
.1.\l
- ,t -
.f,l-.r
:1' |!1 {-
score goals lskr::gaulz/ 1. €-_t,
show ileol (n)
singer /'sIqa/ . ' l-. L:.
visit I vratl (n) ' - '' :' ::'r-' -
ry7 iimodel )wreki 'modrl'6f 'r
uNlT 14
( believe (in) ,rbrli:r in
bunch (of flowers) ,rb,tntj/
catch a cold /kretJ a kauld/
.loctor / dokte/ '
":fari lfae'nl
'' "' Ii'string / frJr4/ go fishing
fortune teller / fc;tJen tele/'
future /'[u:rJe
husband I h.,'zhandl
inside /rn'sardi Let's go inside!
letter / letai,
lovely /'I.,'vli/ have a lovely time
lucky number /hki nr.mbe/
marry / meri/
model /'modl/z;
nurse /n::s/
i:!i E
past /porst/
pop star /'pop stor/ R ,' :
soon /surn/ n', | .,,
UNIT 15
appear /epre/
bad lbredl be bad at
bored with / bcrd wrd, wrO/
click (on) Mllr'l fu)
\i
complete the form ,4<em,plit de fcm/
Computer Studies /kem,pjute st,t dizl
connect (to) &e'nekt/
each other l,itt[ r6al
earthquake /'g:Okwerk/
excursion /rk'skgrjen/
fond /fondi be fond of
forever lfetevel
'get bored rvittr 7g"t bcrd wrd, wrO/
good /god/ be good at
Greece /grirs/
hot spring /hDt 'spn!/
Iceland / arslandi
interested /rnrestrd/ be interested in
Internet /'rntenet/ the Internet
keen /kin/ be keen on
keyboard /'ki:bc:d/
mouse lmausl Gtlural mouses)
mouse button / maus ,b^tn/
pool /put/
ptzzle lppeU
screen /skri:n/
snow /sneu/ (u)
twice /twars/
type ltarpl fu)
volcano /volkelneu/
website /'websart/
website address /'websa( e,dres/
winter /'wrnte/
,;.
-UNIT 16
astronaut /'restranctt/ . .'
$, rgust / rrgast/
+_bright /brart/
=tcomet /'komrt/
fly ltlarl (u)
'ioke /dreuk/ (u)
commander /kemo:nde/ :. .
control ,&en'treul/ The controls are not
working; .
co-pilot I'kau pa:Iletl ' .,, ,,
crash ,4<ra[l (v) , '- ,- .
disappear /,drsa'prar/
flash lflrell @) : r:
laugh /rr:f/ ;
lose control /,lurz ken'treul/
Mars lmo;zl ,
night /nat/
problem / probl:m/
reach /ri:tJ/ (u)
round /r'aund/
. i ..t...r
serlous / srenes/
space /spers/
space station /'spers ,sterJen/
spaceship / spersJrp/ t, : ,
take off /terk 'ofl
travel / rreveU (v)
CULTURE CORNER
among la'mql
Arctic Circle lo:knk'ssrkel/
British Columbia /brrtrJ ke'l,tmbie/
Canada /'kenede/
Canadian r4<enerdien/
cardboard box lko:dbord 'boks/ ,,
carve ,/ko:v/
carving / korviq/
century i sentjeri/ ;
cool ,/ku;l/ ', -.' '. :i '-.
cover / knval 0)
Creeks ,/kri:ks/
difficult /'drfikelt/
France fro:ns/
freeze lfri'.zl
French lfrent| .: ,
garden I'go:dnl
giant /'d3arenr/
Haida /'hardai
huge ,4rju:d3l
hunt ,4r,,.nt/
tce /ars/
ice hockey / ars ,hoki/ l
igloo / rglu:/
immigrantltmtgrantl | ,., 1:'iti
India / rndiei
Inuit /'rnjurt.'rnurt/
Iroquois / rrekwo/
kayak /'karaV
lake,4erk/
leader /li:d:r/
lite llatfl Qtturallives llalzl) ' -:
mainly / mernli/
Mohawks /'mauhcfts/ , ,L
National Park /,nreJenel pork/'
Native Canadian /,nertrv ke'nerdienl t':
native peoples /,nertrv 'pi;pelzl , ., ,-.
others /'.r.dezl
own /eun/
pole /peuli :
population /popjt-r letJen/
seal /si:li
Sioux /su:/
skating / skertr4/
snowmobile / sneumebil/ .
so /seui :1
still /strl/ i ,
summer house fs,rme haus/
symbol / srmbel/
totem pole /'teutem peul/
warm/wcrm/ ',. -','':.
winter sport /,wrnte spcrt/ .'
UNIT 17
bring /brn1/
British /brrtrJ/
bmsh /br,',J/
care keel take care of
choose /tlu;z/
circus / sgrkes/
cruel / kruraV '': !-" ; / '' :- '':
cruelty /'krurelti/ .
favourite /'ferverrt/
feed ifirdl ' i "' i'] ""'. '
funny / f,,'ni/
home Areum/
hurt /hsrt/
inj'ection /rn dsekjen/
lick [rk/
lost ilostl
orga nisation /,r:ganar zetjen,/
orvrrer / euno/
pet /pet/
puppy/'p.rpi/ 1 : .,,' -'.
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