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Descrierea CIP a Bibliotecii Nafionale a RomAniei Pathway to English: English Agenda: activity book' 5-th grade / Achim Alaviana, Capot[ Liana, Comigel Ecaterina , ... - Bucuregti: Editura Didactici qi Pedagogicd,201l

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To the pupil: in This is your Activity Book. It contains mofs exercises for each unit and English Agenda - liuaent's Book. By doing these you will learn faster end better. You can *iit" in it. There are ansuters to the exercises at the of each unit. Do not look at the answefs until you fiaish doing the exercises. Ask your teacher if you need help' Good luck!

l.

Complete the charts:

A)

LANGUAGES in the world today. Here is the LANGUAGES fOf .i,nX.


Put the languages in the correct order in the chart. The first one has been done for you.
Choose from:

There are about 51000

LANGUAGES TOP TEN

Arabic, Bengali,
Chinese, English, German, Hindustani, Japanese, Russian, Spnish, portuguese.

B) English is the OFIICIAL tanguage in over 20 countries. English is also ONE OF TWO OF,FICIAL languages in many other countries.
in the chart below with five countries where English The first one has been done for you. b) complete the second column in the chart with five countries where English is one of two official languages. choose from: Austrqria, {Jnited Kingdom, canada, Irerand, hrdia, Jamaica, Maha, New Zealsnd, South A"frici, U..i.;.
is the only officiar
ranguage.

'

a) complete the first column

Countries where $glisfi onlY official lanqrepe

DNGI,rsrr ARoUNp TIIa woRLD i, rh. Countries where fnglGt

ir;n.

o7

2.

Correct these sentences:

l. La Fontaine was a Japanese writer. No, he wasn't. He was a French writer.


2. Horatio Nelson was 3. Mihai Eminescu was

a German

admiral.

Spanish poet.

4. Ludwig van Beethoven was a Russian composer. 5. Elvis Presley was

a Greek

singer.

6. Michelangelo Buonarroti was

a Chinese sculptor.

3.

a) Look

at the singular and plural of these nouns and complete the charts.
IRREGULAR SINGULAR PLUNAL
man mouse soose men

REGULAR SINGULAR PLT'RAL


book boy factory box
dress

books boys factories boxes


dresses

mice
qeese

churcft kryfe potato

churclres knives Dotatoes

SINGULAR
familv sandwich wife tomato

REGULAR PLURAL

TRREGULAR SINGULAR PLT}RAL


woman child

tooth foot

b)

Turn into the plural:


l.
2. 3.

l. This is a famous man. 2. That is a modern car. 3. The toy is in the box. 4. The goose is swimming. 5. This is a bad tooth.
6.

4.
5.

Look at that leaf !

6.

4. Complete tbe sentenccs with the corrrect verb forms,

They 2.1.. 3.Liz 4. I.. 5. You 6. He


l.

. . from London, aren't they?

..bossy,am I? ...musical,isn't she? ..elegant,aren't I?


.

. rich, aren't

you?

. . .twenty-one,

is

he?

5. Complcte the sentences with the errect question

tags.

Then answer the questions.

l.l..
8.'
2.

The door is
Yes,

shut,.

.......

A: He isnt ill,
.8.' No,

. . . .?

3.A:

am

late,

.....?

B.' Yes,

4.A: The boys are noisy,


.8;
Yes,

.......?
.....?

5.1; The girl is at school,


8.' Yes, 6.A: l(ate isn't
B.' No,

American,..

.....?

6. Hcre

lre Kate's rnswcrls. Can you writc Steve's queetionc?


Wright.

Steve

Kate .'Kate
Steve

Kate .'Ten years old.


Stew

Kate

.' 3,

Victoria Roa4 Lodon, N.W.3

Stetv : .... Kate :717t68E


Steve

......?
.

Kate, .'British.
Steve

Kale
Steve

.'Yes,

a5n

a pupil at 'W.

Shakespeare' School.

Kate .'In the 5th form.


Steve

Kate .'No,
Steve

am not in class 5A. I'm in class 58.

Kate .'My

class teacher is Mrs. Wilson. Steve .' Oh, that's great. We're in the same class, then.

7.

Rced thc jokes and try to,work out tbo meaning of thc new words. cheek their meaning in a dictionary end write thc translrrtion.

Pupil.'

T.oolog Teacher.' What do sea monsters eat?


Fish and ships, I
suppose.

Class Teacher:

Pupil:

What a dirty hand! Can you show me another hand as dirty as that in the whole class? Here it is, Sir.

Msths Teacher: Pupil:

Now, we find that X:0.


Gee,

all that work for nothing.

Class Teacher:

Pupil:

Tommy, did you do all your homework by yourselfl Yeq Miss. All, except the mistakes. Dad made them.

Tommy :

May I speak
Speaking.

to Mr. Hill, please.

Mr. Hill :
Tommy:

Mr.

Hill:

Iommy:

Well, regret to say that Tom Wiggins can't come to school, today. He is very ill. He must stay in bed and rest. Oh,I'm sorry to hear that. Who's speaking there? My father, Sir.

VOCABUI,ARY BOX

ANSWERS
1A
1B

LChinese 2.Enelish 3.Russian 4.Spanish 5.ffindustani 6.Bensali T.Arabic 8.Porhreuese 9.German l0.faoanese

LUnited Kinsdom
2.U.S.A. 3.Australia 4.New Zealand 5.Iamaica

l.Canada 2.India 3.Ireland 4.Malta S.South Africa

l. He was a French writer. 2. He was (m Englkh adtniral. 3. He wos a Romanian poet.

He was a German composer. He wds (m American singer. 6. He was an ltalian sculptor.


4.
5.

IRREGUII\R SINGULI\R PLURAL wornan women child children tooth teeth foot feet

l. These are famous men. 2. Those are modern cars. 3. The toys are in the bo*"1, l. They are from
London, aren't they?

4. The geese are swimming. 5. These are bad teeth. 6. Look at those leaves.

2.1 am not bossy, am I? 3.Liz is musical, isnt she?

4. I am elegant, aren't I? 5. You are ich, aren't you? 6. He isn'l twenty-one, is he?

l. A: The door is sfun"tsr't tt? B: Yes, i/ ls. 2. A: He isnt ill" is he? B: No, he isnl. 3. A: I am late, aren't I ? B: Yes,you are.
STEW': Wlnts your name
?

A: The boys are noisy, &en't they ? B: Yes, they are. 5. A: The girl is at school, isnl she ? B: Yes, she is. 6. A: Kate isnt American, is she ? B: No, she isn't.
4.

STEVE: How oH are you ? STEYE : What's your address ? STEW : What's your telephone number ? STEI/E : What nationality are you ? STEVE : Are you a pupil at 'W. Shakespeare' School ? STEVE : What form are you in 7 STEVE : Are you in class 5A ? STEVE : Who is

,tv/
@-oO
at the information about Sue end Pcten Is it true or felse ?

l.

Sue is older than Peter.

E
tE tE

SI.JE

2. Peter is shorter than Sue.

Arge: 12

3. Sue is heavier than Peter. 4. Peter is taller than Sue.


5. Peter is younger than Sue.

Height:1m36
Weight : 39 kg
PETER

&
.w

IH

6. Sue is thinner than Peter. 7. Sue is younger than Peter.

H H

Age :
I

12ll2

Height : Weight

I m42 : 4l kg

2.In the following


Exemplc:

sentenccs rse one of the + atprlative.

f,
hotel.

'

It It

's a very cheap restaurant. 's one of the cheapest restaurants in town.

. lagon'r. inthe

[..tr$"myrre.
in Britain. in France.

in our country.
in the class.

ritc sentences about Mcry and Tom using the following informrtlJH

l. I'm
2.

24.

I'm I m 66 tall.
t veryligr.

I'm 28. 2.1'mlm70tall.


L
3. My siser is 16.

3. My sister is 18.

4. My car isn
6.

5. My room is very

I'm nqla very

lg

fast

4.My car is veryllg 5. My room isn't wry large. 6. I'm a very fast swimmer.

Example : Mary is youngerthan Tom.


a a a aa aaoaaaaoaaaa aaaa.aa.aa.atraaaa.. a a a aaaaaa aataa a aa a aa a aa aa a a a a a a aaaaaaa..aaaoaaaaaa

4.lVhat havc Pet end Steve got ? What have you got

Look at the information in the grid end write sentences ebout Pat, Steve end yourself.
Exemplo :
Pat has got a stanp album' Steve hasn't got a stamP album. I've got a stamp album. ( or I haven't got a stamp album. )

Pat
a stamp

Steve

Me
?

I
I
X X

x
I I
X

album
a tennis racket ?
?

blue eyes black hair

,l

5. Georgc end Tony have got dilTerent things. Write what thcy hevc aot.

G
l.

ffiil
George has got a T- shirt but Tony hasn t. 2. Tony has got black hair but Creorge hasn t.

6. Put in some , any or no.

Child.'Have we got . . . rolls ? Mum.' No, I 'm sorry. We have got . . . . rolls. Child.' Is there . . . . milk in the fridge ? Mum.' Yes, there is . but we've got . . , . bread and rolls, so I 'm going out to buy. .
7. Read the text below.

Child.' Mum, I'm hungry. Have we got any cheese? Mum.' Yes, we'vegot. . . . . cheesebutwehaven'tgot

. . . . bread.

In your copybools draw Jane's family tree. Write in it the names of the membcrs of hcr family. Next to each name write down their relationship to Janc ; e.g. mother, brother and so on ; their age, jobs.
Hello ! My name 's Jane. I 'm a papil at Acton Schnl. I ,m I2. I 've got a brother, Frank, who's nine and a sister, parricia, who ,s seven. They're pupils at the same school. Myfather is a bus driver. His name's Tony. Dad is older rhan mum. She ,s 3s and he 's 39.Mum ( her name 's Margaret ) worlcs in a hospitat. she ,s a mtrse. She 's got a sister, Rulh, who's 30 andwho's married to Ken. They ,ve got a tittle baby, Robert, who is only one yem old Ruth is cm accountarrt in a large comwvl. Ken, he 's 31, Ius got afantasttciob. He 's a pilotfor a big airline company.

f *r
Father

l
Mother

Age:39
Job : bus driver

Age:

35

Job : nurse

ANSWERS

2.F

3.

F 4.7

5.

6.

7.7

3. She's one ofthe richest women in Britain. 4. It 's one of the oldest castles in France. 5. Sibiu is one of the nicest cities in our country. 6. Ann is one ofthe prettiest girls in the class.

l. It was one of the happiest days in my life. 2. It's one ofthe largest rooms in the hot"l.

2.Maty is shorter than Tom. 3. Her sister is older than his sister. 1 Jg*'s car is bigger than Mary's car. 5. Mary's room is larger than Tom's room. 6. Tom is a faster swimmer than Mary.

Pat has got a tennis racket. Steve has got a tennis racket. I 've got a tennis racket./ I haven 't got a tennis racket. Pat hasn t got blue eyes. Steve has got blue eyes. got blue eyes. / I haven t got blue eyes. I've. Pat hasn t got black hair. Steve hasn t got black hair. I Ve got btack hzi,r.l lhaven t got black hair.

3. Creorg has got a camera but Tony hasn t. has got a computer but George hasn t. 1 has got a bail but Tony hasi t. 9*rA. !. fonV-has got a cat but Creorge hasn t. has got a badge but iony hasn t. 1. 9*tq" has got a shirt but George-hasn,t. !. IonV 9. George has got some flowers-but Tony hasn,t.

]*V

some

any

lury / no /any /some I no lsome.

7.

Brother Age : 12 Job : pupil

@
Sister Cougin

Age: 9 Job: prpil

Age: 7

dge:l

Iob: pupil

l. Find ten school subjects in this word pazzle.

CEEMISTRYL PABURPTTBA EIIISTORYHR GDOIPREEPT LCLCETNUNC OOOKSFCEML ENGLISENKE RNYEBOUZTI S GE OGRAP SOPEYSICSM

HY

2.You are going to write the profile of your favourite teacher for the local newspaper. Write the questions you would ask himArer. Ask him/her about:
1. the time he./she gets up. 2. ifhe/she has breakfast. 3. how he/she travels to work. 4. the time he/she starts work. has lunch finishes work. 5. what he/she does in the evenings. at the weekend. 6. what newspaper he/she reads. 7. if he/she likes reading 8. what sort of books he/she likes. if he/she likes science fiction 10. what sort of food he/she likes.

f.

3. Fitl in posters 213,4 and 5 using the information in boxes ArB and C. Do like this:

l. Firdaquestioninbox write it at the top.


2. Find the answer in oo*

El

When does the club meet?


3. Find the time in box

Now look at the other posters. Fill in questions, answers and times. Poster 6 is for your club.

SCHOOL CLUBS

......................,.. We meet

We meet

4. In English schools thc highest grade is A ( very good ), B is good, C and D are average, E is bad ( poor) and F is very bad. a. Read Mikc's school report and answer the following questions: l.What is Mike's best subject? 2.What subjects is he good at? 3. What are his worst subjects?

b. Read the teachers' comments in Mike's report and answer the following questions. l. Does he like French? 2. What sport does he like best? 3. Why has he got a'C'in Music? . . . . 4. What does Mike do in Geography lessons? 5. How does he feel about Computer Studies? 6. Why are Mike's essays very poor?

Albert Comprehensive School Name: Mike Wilson Grade: 1 B

Age:

ll

Subiect English Mathematics French

Grade F C B B E B

Comments
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5.

write true

sentences about yourself. Look at the words in the box.

Make up at least 10 sentences.You can use a word more than once. f,xample: I am good at History.

subject

difficult
than interesting more

Maths

do

better

Home Economics borins not favourite Jclence I good at P.E. find the most is my important English Music

History

am

French best

OK

worst

Did you know that themost intelligent camel in the world is deafl
Who is it?

6. The children in the picture are breaking six school rules. Can you find the rules they break? Example: Pupils are shouting. The rule says they must be quiet in the classroom.

mr
t)

?.ReedKate,slcttertoAndreiandwriteAndrei'sanswcrtoKate.
Strada Avram Iancu

53,

'-.-: I)ear Antre\

Kingsbridge Rood Sheflield 2htiSePtember 1994

nr.6 Brasov 2200 Dear Kate,

iini/irn?

Thank You for Yoar letter' would like to IoPw more about I vour school.Do You ltsve to wetr . Hdw manY lessons does vouiclass have? Hott long are theYl 'When does your first lesson start? I go to,aneit ComPrehensive School.We hove towear a scttoot uniform. The school's colours ge nry iia*nite. I wear q notry blue skirt awhite blouse and a navy blue svteater' -'- have to wear a tie. It's so boring! -Bovs Th, school starts at nine in the

iiii

*o*trg *rdnnithes atlour p'1l.Th7e is class

a lunch"brea| at twelve o'clockMy has twentv-eight lespns aweek' Mcn -iiii awrifr) is forty-fwe ryirute1 long, trito^ ire inteiesting hut otlPrs se s om e t i me s b or i ng. My favouri te- n bi! 9.t: are French and Comptter Sfiultes" r nre French because I lihz trnelling'

i;;*"

Wnt about You?


Write soon. Yours sirrcerelY, Kate

l.
2.

Across: Chemistry, History, R' E, English, Geography, Physics' Down: Biology, Music, SPort, Art.

LWhat time do You get uP? 2.Do you have breakfast? 3. How do you travel to work? 4. What time do You start work?
have lunch?

6. What newspaper do You read? 7. Do you like reading? 8. What sort ofbooks do You read? 9. Do you like science fiction? 10. What sort of food do You like?

finish work? 5. What do You do in the evening? at the weekend?

3.

2. Do you collect stamps? We'd like to see You at the stamP collecting club! Tuesday, in the dinner hour.

3. You're always hungry? Then the cookery club is just right for you! Every ThursdaY after school.

4. Are you good at volleYball? Come to valleYball Practice! Monday and FridaY at 1.15.

5. How about

of chess? Join the chess club now! Thursday,4 o'clock.


a g.rme

4.

l. Games 2. French, History, Art


3. GeograPhY, English

l.Yes, he does. He always works well' 2.Football 3.He's only interested in pop music' 4. He talks too much in class. 5. Mke finds ComPuter Studies very difficult, 6. He doesn't read enough.

5. Possible answers: 1. I am good at History. 2. Science is more interesting than Home Economics' 3. My favourite subject is English' a. Errglish is more important than Games' 5. Maths is the most difficult subject I do. 6. My worst subject is Science. 7. I'm better at English than at French' 8. I find Music OK9.My best subject is English. 10. P.E. is boring.

6.

l. Pupils are $outin& Ttryyn$t be quiet in the classroom. 2. Two boys are figlrttrB They mustnt fight in the school. 3. One boy is chewiry gum. Pupils mustn't chew gum in the class. 4. Ore girl is wingjeans. Pupils mustnt wear jeans at bchool. 5. Two ptryns are running in the corridor. Pupils mustn't run in the corridors. 6. One girl is listening to music. Pupils mustnt bring radios to school.

7. Possiible answer

Strada Awam lancu nr. 6 Brasov 2200 2Ist October 1994

Dear Kate, Thonk you for your interesting leuer. You want to lcnow more about my school. Well, here's some information: We don't have to wear a school uniform, luckily. I prefer wearing jeans because they're comfortable and don't get dirty. I go to School Number 12. Few schools in our counlry hwe a nt me, they have numbers. I'm a grade 5 pupil and we hwe afternoon lessans. (Ihe primary school pupils have morning lessons.) The first lesson starts qt one o'clock p.m. My class has about iA lessons a week.The lessons ore 50 mimrtes long. There's q ten minute break after each lessonWe don't hove school dinners. I like school becquse I have manyfriends and learn a lot of interesting things but I don't like tests. English and Maths are myfavourite subjects, and I'm very happy I am able to write this letter inyour language.

Write soorl Youn sincerely,

Andrei

1' Look at the plctures and find the names of places in the word punle.The words go in

four directions:

f J -r

<-

a3 -5

nhw JE_

-;rgi{il

ft-*
I
9

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h n
I-

a 1 I h e I. g t' h s s e u u k

a) Write the namcs of the places:

t.dit*.
2.
3.

CI

l-

o
J'

I
a,

a qI

d e d
cl

x
tt
J.

i
x

b t

o o e g k n
g

h J. v e o o I r l. e u n t k f t a k l' t J. r e c L o

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e x I. p e c a u

4.
5.

6. 7.
8.

q
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10.

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2. Look at the advertisementr:


INTERNAIIONAL
FOOTBALL
SPEEDWAY

BEST

ENGLINI)

THE

ITALY

DRTVERS

LEISURE PARK 2.

AN EXHIBITION OF
FAMOUS

CONCERT

ANNUAL

CARS

4.

TOWNHALL

RED DRAGON HALL

5.

2.4) What leisure events do they advertise?

l.

..

2. car race/driving contest

3....
4

5....
6.

2.b) Look at the advertisements and calendar. Kate invites Stevc to the leisure events above. \ilrite Kate's invitations and steve's answeru:

Wrty Mon. Tue. Wed. Thur.6ri. S"t. \rn.

NOVEMBER
56789

t2 t) 14 ts
denfist

t6

10 ll 17 l8

homework

3.e),Look at thc pietures. Write what Kate is doing nor.

_6* 't*
3.b) Now writc about Kate, like this:

t.
,

,!d'r

* h/, k*

t*

/,*.

\hl,

{,-*,tM

tl*', *"4;^g'

4. Mike phoncs Ketc. Write their conversetion in the right order.

Kate:

Mitre: Kate: Mitce:


Kate:

Mikc:
Kate: Mike: Kate: Milre:

Fine.Areyoubusy? . ' . . I'd love to but Im washing my hair" . . . . Ill be quick, then.Would you like to . . " . come to the circus this wening? Yes. Perhaps noft Sunday. Hello, Kate.This is Mike. O[ hello, Mke. How are you? O.K. Some other time then. Well, actually, fm making pancakes. . . . . Fine" I'll ring you on SundaY.

....

5. Grandpa is arking Grandma about their grandchildren, but sometimes he gets things wrong. Look at Grendml's snswort and writc Grandpa's questions.

Grandpa:

JW'*
]ht",

{*ry w nip., lin* *

ll*

Grandna: They're not in the mountains. They're in Trenance Leisure Park.

^**t"it*,

w*r't t}*/?

Gran@a:

Gran&na: Yes, that's right. Kate's visiting the Tropical House.

Grandp:

8*

..

.
.

Grandrna: No, she isn't. It's a man who's feeding the penguins. . .

Gran@a: Tll,Ar rr,rJ


Grandry: bltt)4,
0t

I"! I
.

Gran&na: Ies, they're both rowing on the lake.

Crarr&rra: No, he's not sitting in the sun. Steve's in a car race.

Gran&a: Jhur. I
Grandrrra: No, they aren't. Thelre watching the boat championship.

d0

6' Read thc letter rnd mswer the fo[owing qucstions:

l. Wke does Liz invite Kate to? 2. Can sh accept the invitation?
3. Whcn does Kate write the letter? 4. Why is this month a bad time for Kate to get away? S.What does Kate enjoy?

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rersons from the following list:

writc e letter refusing your friendfs invitetion to visit himrbcr. cln't accept thc inyit{tion and invite himrter to youipr"ce. CIrplain why you
use one or two

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0,

-We're waiting for a grouo of Dutch chii-dren to-visif our school.

-f'm training for the National


Boat Championship.

--

Vatvr, 0

- I'm helping my parents with work in the house, doing decorating and other miior
reparrs.

-We're rehearsing the olav for the Children-b Thiaiie Festival.

to rehearce -

a face

repetilii

ANSIilERS:

l.

2. exhibition 3.circus 4" concert hall 5. stadium 6. 8. Tropical House f. ice - dnk l0' cinema

l. disco

pool

?. Leizure Park

2. l

Goncert football match 2. driving - contest 3. circus 4. exhibition 5' rock 6. boat chamPionshiP

3.a) l.

cooking. 2. She is sleeping. 3. she is listening to music. 4. she shower. 5. She is doing Maths exercises'
She is

is having a

3.b) l. It's a bad time to phone


2. It's 3. It's 4. It's 5. It,s 4.

time to phone a bad time to ptton" a bad time to pton" a bad time to ptroo.
a bad

Kate brcause she's cooking' Kate because she's sleeping' Kate because she's listening to music' Kate because she's having r shower' Kate because she's doing Maths exercises.

Kate: 46791. Kate sPeaking' Mitre: Hello,Kate- This is Mke' Kale: Oh, hello, Mke. How are You?
Milce: Fine. Are You busY? Kate: Well, actually, fm making pancakes' Milce: l$ b; quick then. Would you like to come to the circus this evening? Kate: I'd love to but I'm washing my hair' Milce: O.K. Some other time then' Kate: Yes. PerhaPs next SundaY' Mitce: Fine. I'll ring you on Sunday'
5.

Grandpa: They're ,ravw a nice time in the mountains, aren't tlrey? Kate's visiting the Tropical House, isnl she? Sae'sfeeding the Penguins, isnl she? Mitre and Liz are rowing on the lalce, aren't they? Steve is sitting in the fltn, isnl he? T.hey are swimming in the pool, aren't they?
6.

l.Lizinvites Kate to go to Torquay for the weekend'


2. No, she cant. 3. Duringn short break. 4. She is studying hard for her final tests' 5. Kate enjoYs motor - racing.

f. x.il in the blanks using Simple Prescnt: I. It's Januny.


These men

are skiing. These men . eYery winter. 2. Itrs Februaqy. It is raining. The wind is blowing. It sometimes. . . inFebruary The wind often .
3"

7. Itrs Jnly. The boy is playing tennis.

Theboy.....tennis
on Saturday.
-',8.

It's August,
They are swirnming.

j=_

They.

.every

afternoon. 9. Itfs Soptember. They're picking


apples.

ftts Mlrch.
The birds are building their nests. The . their nests in spring.

birds

Theyalways.......
apples in autumn.
10.

4. It's April. She's cutting the


grass.

It's October"
The leaves are falling.

*-;

She".

thegrass

Theleaves....onthe
ground in October.
I

in spring.
5. It's May. This man is painting his house.

l. It's

November.

Thisman

He's wearing his anorak"

..his
12.

He......hisanorak
every cold day.

house every season.

6. Itfs June. The little girl is eating strawberries. The little girl . . berries every swnmet

It's l)eccmbcr.
She's decorating the Xmas tree. She

usually.....the

STRAWBERRIES

Xmas tree at night.

2. Chenge from every dsy to rwt+,.

Erample: Ibrush mfteeth wery day. f am brushing my teeth now.

l.

They eat an apple every day.

I
2. 3.

2. Mother washes the dishes every day.


3. He takes the rubbish out every day.

4. We dust the furniture every day. 5. I listen to the teacher every day. 6. You have breakiast every day,

4.
5.

lf,r:"'

3. a. Write the month in eqeh season.

3. b. Write what they are doing and what they usually do in elch sason:

Now
The woman The girls The woman The girls The man

UsuallY

The man
The boys and girls

The boys and gtrls

{. Put thc words in these questions in the right orden


Example: winter go in they do sledging? the nest spring does in build bird its? Do thq go stedging inwinter? Does the bird build its nest in spring?

l.

do wear women skirts?

l.
2.
3.

2. sister do shopping the does her? 3. fall the on do leaves spdng the in ground? 4. in children make do snowman the autunm a?
5. usually snow

4.
5.

it

summer does in?

6. in chenies friend eat does your May?

6.

5. Use thc Simple Present or Present Continuous of the verbs indicated in the pictures.

What is the weathcr like?


It's warm. There are no clouds in the sky.

Theflowers... The flowers always

...

a:;-tr

everywhere. . . .. in spring.

lYhat arc thc girls doing?

They. flowers. Thrysometirnes.... ..flowers


when they go into the woods.

Whatrs the weether like today?


It's sunny. The sun is bright. The brightly now. The brightly in summer"

to bloom to pick

sun sun

Whatrs the man doing?

He..
He is hot. He. . when he is hot.

.hiscoat.

What's the werther like now?


It's a chilly day. It's raining cats and dogs.

to shine to take off

Thewind The wind


lthat's

...:.hard.
hard in autumn.

the woman doing?

She.. Sheoften
when she goes out.

...

herumbrella. .... herumbrella

IF

Whatfs the weather like?


It's a snowy day. It's cold

d
....
inwinter.

d'o
to blow to take

... Italways
I1

.Thesnowisthick.

\ilhat are the ehildren doing?

They.

theircoats. They are cold. They their fur coats when thelre cold.

....

6. Reed this dialogrc and lill in thc gaps in tle two following ona:

A.f*,

John. This is Jim. fm calling *omMiorni. B. FromMiantt? What are you doing nMiani? I'm on holiday. 8. Hov/s the weather nMiqni? Isit wnny'! .l{. No, it isnt. It's raining.

l.

l.

B.lsit hofl

No, it isrt't. It's chilly. .8. Are you having a good time? .,{. No, I'm not. I'm having a TERRIBLE time. The weather is TERRIBLE here! .8. I'm $orry to hear that.

A. B.

l.

I'm calling ftorn . . . . . This . . ?What af,eyoudoingin. . . . . . I'm on holiday. . ?Isit. . . 8. How'stheweatherin. . ,4. No, it isnt. It's raining. B. ? No, it isn't. It's chilly. .8. Areyouhaving a. . . . . time? .r{. No, I'rn not. lm having a TERRIBLE time. Theweatheris. . .. .here!

Fh, From Isit

is

Switzerland

fogg
warm

l.

....

8.

I'msorryto

..

,...that.

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7. Finish the scntences using the proper words on the right:

l.

InJanuaryitis..
..
...

.....

cold.

2. InFebruaryitis. . . . 3. In March it is usually 4. In April it o*en 5. 6. In June it is often 7. In July it is never 8. In August it is always 9. In September it never

... ... " . hot.

InMayitis..

.....

hot.

10. I

InOctoberitis..

l.

.....

cold. cold.

l2.lnDecemberitis..
t.
Can, may or must?
....

In November it is usually

ffi'ffi$,ru
=
6. The girl . . . play chess very well. 7. There are clouds in the sky. It . . . . . rain. 8. I'm sure . , . go skateboarding. 9. play ball on the road. 10. . . . . youplayintheclassroom?

RAINS SUNNY o,,,gggl.jloFrrN tJsuALLy 6fnt}t/AYs g N)':s$ wrNDY

.....

l.
2.

They
......

.. .

youspeakSpanish?
...

. be in time for school.

. Iwalkonthegrassinthepark? 4. Hisfather . . . . makeabirthdaycake. 5. We . . . . answer the teachey's questions.


9. Can you do thcsc puzzles?

3.

They .

he

ANSWERS

1.

1. These men

ski ever! winter'

2.

It sometimes rains in February'

The wind often btows. 3. The birds build their nests in spring' 4. She cuts the grass in sPring' 5. This man paints his house every season' 6. The little girl eats berries every surnmer'

7. The boy plays tennis on Saturday' 8. They swim every afternoon. 9. They always pick apples in autumn' t0. The leav.i nall on the ground in October' I l. He wears his anorak every cold day' 12. She usually decorates the Xmas tree at nigbt.

They are eating an aPPle now' 2. Mother is washing the dishes now' 3. He is taking the rubbish out now'

l.

4. We are dusting the furniture now' 5. I am listening to the teacher now' 6. You are having breakfast now'

3. n.

September

October November

3. b.

Now
The woman is sweePing the garden' The girls are sunbathing/lying in the sun' The man is Planting a tree. The boys and girts are feeding the birds'

UsuallY The woman usually sweeps the garden in spring' The girls usually sunbathellie in the sun in sunmer' The man usually plants trees in autunm' The boys and girts usually feed the birds in winter'

4. Do the children make a snowman in autumn? 5. Does it usuallY snow in summer? 2. Does her sister do the shoPPing ? 6. Does your friend eat cherries in May? 3. Do the leaves fall on the ground in spring?

l. Do women wear skirts

5. are blooming

bloom
are picking

is shining shines
is taking takes

is blowing

is snowing
sno\rys

blows

pick

of

off

is taking

are putting on

takes

put on

6.

A. tIt, Nancy. This is June.I'm calling from


Switzerland. B. From Switzerland|What are you doing in

A.IJi, Terry.This is
Stratfordl A.I'm on holiday.

Ray.

I'm calling from

Stratford. B. From Stratford'lWhat are you doingin

Switzerland|

A.l'm on holiday.

l.

.8. How's the weather in Switzerlandl

lsitfoggt?

No, it isnt. It's raining. "B. Is it warm? l. No, it isnt. It's chilly. B. Are you having agodtime? l. No, I'm not. I'm having a TERRIBLE time. The weather is lERP./BLEherel B. I'm sorry to hear that.

l. l.

B. How's theweather in Stratftrdl Is it coldl

No, it isn't.It's raining.

B.ls it coofl A. No, it isn't.lt's chilly.


B. Are yov ltoving a good time? No, I'm not.I'm having a TERRIBLE time. The weather is TERilI B LE heret B. I'm sorry to hear tlat.

7.

l. always
2. never 3. cool

4. rains 5. sometimes 6. warm

7. cold 8. sunny 9. snows

10. often 11. windy 12. usually

8. l. can
2. must

3. may

4. can

5. must 6. can

7. may 8. can

9. mustn't 10. may

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l. Look at the pictures and write lhe correct word in the crossword ptzzle:

4
5

2. a) Little Jack cut the word cards into two halves. Match the first half of the word with the second hatf and write the full words in the blanks.

everfirear-

pup-

-row
-place -green

stock-toe

mistle-

-l

l.

evergreen

4.

2.

5.

3.

6.

2. b) Draw the corresponding object in the box next to the word

3. These arc Liz's plzins for tomorrow. Write what she is going to do at different times.

9:00 - phone cousin John


10:00

At nine o'clock

she is

goingto visit her cousin John,

- do some homework l23A - make chips for lunch 3:00 - meet Jane and her sister 5:30 - go to her piano lesson

7:00 - cartoons on TV 8:00 ( or later ) - shopping list for next week's party 4. The parfy is next weelc Look at the picturcs and write what these children are not going to do before the party :

Liz

Susan

Steve

g
7{
'On 20th December.'
'Because it's the last day of term.'
? ? ? ?

Mary and

Mike and
5. Your friends are going to oryanis. ,ho*. You want to know a lot of things. " Iook at their rnswens. Which cre yorr questions ?
' When is the show going to be ? !

'Why then ?'

'We are going to acto recite and sing. ' 'Carols, of course. '

'In the school hall.

'

'The music teacher is going to help us. '

6. Write five activities youJhink you will do next holidey:

I think I'll

d
7. This is Linda's answer to Liz's invitation to come to her birthday party. Read it and write T(true) or F (false) in the boxes next to the sentences which follow :

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her party.

l. Linda invites Lizto

2.Liz's party is next week.


3. Linda's mother buys sweets for her parties. 4. John buys drinks for the parties. 5. Linda and John decorate the house for the parties. 6. They both enjoy cleaning the house. 7' Their father doesn't buy new candles for the cake every year.

E' This is what peopte who give parties usually say to their guests. put the expressions in the right order. Fill in the grid with the right letter (a, b, etc.y
a. Thank you for coming ! Bye ! b. Have some more ! c. I hope you'll have a good time. d. Hi! How nice to see you ! e. Thank you for the flowers. They are lovely Oh, what a mess !

f
I

What a mess

9. Make a list with activities that you sometimes do before a party and one with the activities that you do after a part5r :

Before the partv: I make a shopping list.

After the party: I take the dirty plates to the kitchen.

ANSTilERS:

l.

l. chalk 2. car

3.

painl

4.

tinsl

5. mistletoe 6.

drum

7. skates

2. a) 1. evergreen 2. fireplace

3.puppet 4. stocking

5.

mistletoe 6. arrow

At ten (o'clock)
ten.)

she is goitrg

to do some homs$fork. (She's going to do some homework at

At twelve thirty she is going to make some chips for lunch. At three she is gorng to meet Jane and her sister. At five thirty slre is going to go to her piano lesson. At seven slre is going to watch cartoons on TV. At about eight (or later) she's going to make the shopping list for next week's party.

Susan isn't going to decorate the Christmas tree. Steve isn't going to clean the house. Mary and Kate aren't going to do the shopping. Mike and Jane aren't gorng to decorate the room.

' What ar you going

to do in tlre show ? ' 'What are you going to sing ?' 'Where is the show going to be ?' 'Who is going to help you ?

'

Possible answers : I think I'll learn to I think I'll read more books. I think I'll make more friendg etc

ski.

7,

l.-

F 2.-T
2-e

3.-

4.-

5.- T

6.-

7.-F

t. l-d

3-c 4-b

5-a 6-f

Possible Answers: Before a party: I make a shopprng list, I send invitations, I arrange the tapes with music, etc. ASer a party : I take the dirty plates to the kitchen, I tidy up the room, I sleep, etc.

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l.a) Fill in the missing letters in each box to find a type of holiday and write it in the box. The definitions below will help you. The number of the definitions will also help you. If you work well the numbers both across -+ and down J wiil make the same total. 1.b) When you finish, find out the magic number. Add the numbers across -r and down I and you'll get the samc number. Write this magic number in words.

A holiday during which you learn to do something

2. A holiday during which you visit museums, temples, etc in a town/city. 3. A holiday during which you admire and explore nature while walking across the country. 4. A holiday during which you make a long journey on a ship. 5. A holiday during which you sit by the river or stream catching fish. 6. A holiday during which you ride on top of big waves standing on a board. 7. A holiday during which you ride a bicycle across the country. 8. A holiday during which you move down the slopes wearing skis. 9. A holiday during which you live in a tent in a marvellous place.
10. A holiday during which you move slowly on foot admiring the views. I l. A holiday during which you are in a boat on a lake or river depending on the wind. 12. Aholiday during which you visit many places in the same bus as other people. 13. A holiday during which you travel across country by car. 14. A holiday during which you climb rocks or mountains. 15. A holiday during which you lie in the sun on the beach. 16. A holiday during which you live in a caravan( a vehicle with beds and
kitchen
led by a car).

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I think visiting temples and


ls lnterestlng,

I dont like doine that Im not good at iI.


It makes me feel well.

It's boring.

just dont find it interesting.

I love ge$ing a nice

a) Read their answens:

b) Now lind their rcasons and write them:

Friend:

you like fravelling ?

Kate: J ,*ll,/ wry


Mike: J lAinh rl'y all
Friend:

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Jau eajoy cycliag?

Kate:

-J

tl,i^h

Mikc: J hA,
Kate:

Friend: Do you like hikiag?

#ry

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nr, .! *rr't

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Mikc: J ,rrlLy -,1*/ frAry


Friend: Do you enjoy sightseeing?

Kate: J d*r't wy&/ f,


Mike:

J fuf,r"rh.

Frierd: Do yott enjoy tyittg on tle beach?

Vry *, ll* Milre: J d**'t frA, t.


Kate: J tA" Kate: J k,rh Mitre: Yl*,

Friend: Do you like going on a

bus

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3'b) At home Kate tells her Mother ebout her fricnds' holidays. Read Kate,s sentences and continue hfr story: 'Listen, Mum- Iayfriends tmd a mttellous time! Marywas in Brighton at the
seaside' She travelled by car. She stayed in a tent on a camping site. She stayed twoweelcs at the seaside. she did a tot of sunbathing ana swimlming... .

ANSWEITS

l.

The

tpes of holidays are: l. activity holiday


2. sightseeing 3. hiking 4. voyage

5. fishing

9. camping

6. surfing 7. cycling 8. skiing ( thirty-four )

t0. walkiirg
I l. sailing 12. touring

13. driving 14. climbing

15. sunbathing
16. caravan

f.b) The magc number:34

2.b)

L.

Kate:...but it's not my idea of relaxing. Mike: It helps get fit. Kate: Hking long distances can be tiring. Mike : It helps me feel well. Kate: I dont like doing that. I,m not good at it. Mike: I think visiting tl"rpt"* and mu-seums is interesting. Kate: I love getting a nici tan.( when voy s.i u on,you, skin goes brown of spending a lot oftime in the sun.) Mike:It,s boring.

as a result

Kate: . . . but you can't


3.a)

Mike: I just dont find it interesting.

see many things.

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3.b) Possible answers: ... I think she was a bit lazy. chris was in The Alps' He=travelled by train. He lived in a hostel. He stayed ten days there and he did a tot of hiking ind mountain,rilG active. Kevin was in Romg']r9 travelled bv Hi rruv.a in u hotel for a week. He did a lot of sightseeing' He visited colosseurq rne vatican city, i;pLs, palaces and churches. I think he was quite active.

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Angela was in in Germany. ihe travellgd by train. She stayed in her friend,s house days' she walked-around the iown and in rhe ntack Forest. sr,. so active, I

ttPtig

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Jeffwas in the country in the south ofEngland. He travelled by car. He stayed in his aunt,s house for a month and worked on the atr. H,
was very actrve.

l. Write

the opposites:

tall*.... easy *
unkind*....
fat

*.
friendly

stupid*....
dark-haired*....
heavy?a. . .
.

unfriendly

slow*.....
2. Metch thc.lcttors with the right numben:

l. season
2. hobby

a. geography

3.pet
4. singer 5. subject 6. sport I
2
3

b. a white mous c. swimming d. collecting coins e. Madonna f. spring


4
5

3. \ilhich ere the pets you like most? Put a number in the I is the most liked tnd22 is the least liked, cows
puppies cats
horses
sheep

lr,r

next to the word.

ducks

n n n
tr

n
u n n

mrce

kittens frogs
lambs

fish
birds monkeys
elephants zebras

I f, tl
t]

n dogs I
foxes p".'ot' l--l
tortoise

pigs lions

4. Mike and John are talking ehut tLeir questions? Fill in the blanks.

tl

tr

bears

n
?
?

hvoufi" p"tr, subjccts

etc. What arc the

Jolm: Mike:Swimming.
John: Football.

Mike: John: tfstory. Mikc: Maths. I like maths very much.

."..?

...

Mke:

John: No, I dont but rny brother has a white mous.

...?

5. Xcre are some animals and some adjectives. Tick what you think is right for each

animal.

STRONG
lambs

RARE

USEFTjL

CLEVER

FRIENDLY

HEAVY

DANGEROUS

cows parrots lions dogt foxes


eleohants horses

6.

Mrry is lt now.

littlc girl. Write what

She no longer plays with dolls else she used to do.

but she used to play a l,ot when she was

a. She no longer eats so many candies. b. She no longer drinks so much milk. c" She no longer watches so many canoons. d. She no longer makes spelling mistakes. e. She no longer buys toys. She no longer cries when she is alone at home.

a. b" c.

d.
e.

7. How many simple past forms can yon find in the word chain? Write them down.

eAt4EFa,
WALKED

8. Read the sentences: Scott began to pack. White Fang fell sick for the first time in his life. Xcould not eat anything.

Look at how we join these sentences below. Notice that we dont repeat TIe' from the third sentence.

We can join these sentcnces likc this:


When Scott began to pack, White Fang fell sick for the first time in his life and could not eat anything.

Join these sentences in the same way:

a"

Mat noticed that White Fang fell sick. He wrote a letter to Scott. }#.*id the dog could not work or eat.

b.

The teacher told the children the story of White Fang. John went to the library. Xread the book.

It started to rain.
Mary went back home.

$dbegan

reading.

9. Rced the followin3 tcrt:


There are a lot of parks in Inndo4 and a lot ofbirds in those parks. People often feed them, but a lot of birds go to one man for tlrcir lunch. That man is Chades Lyons. Mr. Lyons jg sixty-four years old. He looks after the gardens in the parks and sweeps the pavements around Buckingham Palace (the home of the Queen). He started this job twenty-five yeius ago. The years passed and he became very friendly with the birds. 'They all know me, and I know all ofthenr,' Mr. Lyons told a reporter. 'But I have a favourite a sparrow.' The reporter and Mr. Lyons sat down and immediately birds were all around them. Mr. Lyons took a large sandwich and shared it with the birds.

sprrow - wabie

Which of the following titles is the most appropriate? Write it above the text:
a) The Parks

oflondon

b) Buckingham Palace

c) The Birds'Friend

10, Tick the sentencs which are correct: a) There are a lot of birds in the parks in London. b) Charles Lyons doesnt like birds. c) Mr. Lyons's job is to feed the birds. d) The birds know Mr. Lyons. e) Mr. Lyons shares his food with the birds. f) The Queen lives in Buckingham Palace.

tr

tr

tl tl

tr
cl

ANSWERS

l.

- short - difficult

- kind - thin

- clever - blond-haired

- lieht - fast

4.

J:!!tHistory.

Mike: Which is your favourite subject?


What about you? l-Which is yours?

Mike: Maths. I like maths very much. John: Which is your hobby? Mike: Swimming. And yours? / Which is your hobby? John: Football. Mike: Do you have a pet? John: No, I dont but my brother has a white mouse.

a. She used to eat a lot ofcandies. b. She used to drink a lot of milk. c. She used to watch a lot of cartoons. d. She used to make a lot of spelling mistakes.

: !n. used to buy a lot oftoys. f She used to cry a lot ofwhln she was alone at home.
7. came drank ran was walked

could felt took


had

saw began were

I' a)

when Mat noticed that white Fang fell sick, he wrote a letter to scott and said that the dog could not work or eat.

b)
c)
9.

IffTff::ilher

told the children the story of white Fans, John went to the ribrary and

i when it started to rain, Mary went back home and began reading. The Bird's Friend.

10.

a,d,e,f

1. Thesc

trc

some possible subjccts for a quiz, Fill in the blenks with the missing letters :

PL_N_S, _NIM_LS, B_RDS, _CT_RS,

TR _S, *LL_R_RS, _NVENT_RS.

2. Complete the sentenccs to explain the following words :

A contestant is a person who A quizmaster is a person who A winner is a contestant who


The erand Pnze is what a

winner

. when

he/she

a[ the questions correctly.

3. Eere are two diatogues. sepante thcm into dielogue

I end dialoguc 2 :

l. Hello, Kate !
2. Morning. Is that you

Ii,I\dary.

Mke

Yes, Phil. How are you ?

You werent at home on Monday. Fine. Did you go there ?

Where? To the party ? Of course,

I did.

That's right. I went to see a film.

Did you like it there ? Oh" what did you see ?


I

'Tarzan Is Coming Back,. Fantastic Yes, it was all right.

Really ? What did you like about it Did ever5&ody come ?

Almost everybody. When the elephants started to run ...

What time did you leave ? Why did they run ?

To help Tarz.an, of course. you must go


and see it.

I don't know exactly. About eight.


All right. Talk to you larer then. Bye. I will. See you.

Fine,bye.
See you. Bye.

4. Mikers friends went to a summer csmp in the mountains. His sister asks him a lot questions about it. Look at the pictures and write the dialogue between them.

of

Did they go hiking


Yes, they did.

Were there bears in the foresr nearby ?

No, there weren't.

Did your friends . in the evenings ? No,

5. Write questions to which the underlined words erc thc

Kate went to the cinema on Monday.


Steve bought a nice stamp album,

Where did Kate go on Monday . . . . . . ?

They travelled all over the country last summer. They met early in the morning. John and

What Where When

.....? ....?
...
.
.? ? ?

Lizleft

because

it was late.
a

She came back at five.

Mary and her friends talked about all morning.

lot of things

6. Read the following about the dodo thc information you have :

bids. Milrc

4 questions for a quiz using

Dodos are extinct birds. They lived a long time ago on an island in the Indian Ocean. Dodos were strange birds with a large beak and small wings. They couldn't fly and they could't run very fast from danger. They disappeared about 300 years ago.

7. Read the text and answer thc questions that follow : Columbus, Voyage to America

tobelieve-acrede

round. In August 1492, Columbus sailed into the Atlantic Ocean. The voyage was long and full of dangers. The sailors were afraid and tired and wanted to go back, but Columbus asked them to continue the voyage. On 12 October very early in the morning, a sailor shouted : Land ! It was an island. Soon local men and women came running to the beach to welcome them. Columbus gave them presents. They gave him fnrit, green parrots and toT: arrows. They didn,t give him any gold. When he went back to Sparq the king made him rich. He made three more voyages. But when he died he didnt know that what he had reached was America and not India and China.

An Italian sailoq Christopher Columbus wanted to sail west to get to India and China. This was a completely new idea because in those days not many people believed that the world was

todie-amuri
land - plmint, uscat parrot - papagal to reach - a ajunge la rich ; bogat sailor - marinar

l. Did

many people in those days berieve that the Earth was round ?

2. Where did Columbus want to sail ?

3. When did Columbus start the voyage ?

4. Did he reach China and India on that voyage ?

5. Who did they find on the island ?

6. What did they give Columbus ?

7. What continent did Columbus actually reach?

ANSWERS:

I. PLANTS , ANIMALS, BIRDS, ACTORS, TREES , EXPLORERS , INVENTORS

2. A contestant is a person who answers the questions in a quiz. A quizmaster is a person who asks the questions in a quiz. A winner is a contestant who wins a competition .( who answers correctly and gets one of the first three prizes.) The Grand Prize is what a winner gets when he/she answers all the questions correctly.

3.

Dialogue I

Dialogue 2

'Hello, Kate.' 'Hi, Mary. '

'You weren't at home on Monday. '


' That's right. I went to see a film. ' 'Oh, what did you see ?' ' lTarzan Is Coming Back >. Fantastic ! ' 'Really ? What did you like about it ?' 'When the elephants started to.run ... ' 'Why did they run ?' 'To help Tarzan, of course. You must go and

'Morning. Is that you Mike ?' 'Yes, Phil. How are you ?' 'Fine. Did you go there ?' 'Where ? To the pany ? Of course, I did.' 'Did you like it there ?' 'Yes, it was all right. '

'Did everybody come ?'


'Almost everybody. ' 'What time did you leave ?' 'I don't know exactly. About eight. ' 'All right. Talk to you later then. Bye ! ' 'Fine. Bye ! '

it. ' 'I will. See you. ' See you. Bye'
see

'

4. Did your friends warch video in the evenings? No, they didn't.

Did they go fishing Yes, they did.

Did they pick mushrooms No, they didn't.

Did they swim in the river/ collect plantV watch birds etc. ? No, they didn't.

5. What did Steve buy ? Where did they travel last summer ? When did they meet ? Why did John and Lizleave? What time did she come back ? What did they do all morning ?

6. Possible answers

What are dodos ? Are they still living ? Where did they live ? When did they live ? What were dodos like ? Why did they disappear ?

7. l. No, not many.


2. Columbus wanted to sail to India and China. 3. Columbus started the voyage in August 1492. 4. No, he didn't. 5. They found local men and women . 6. The local people gave Columbus fruit, parrots, arrows. 7. Columbus actually reached America.

l. Can you unscramble the names of these sports

flog gyrbu miwsming

xingob

2. Put the following words in the correct place in the grid.

football river boxing court bathing costume ball pool tennis boat swimming rowing pitch sticks hockey ring boxing gloves racket pitch

Sport
football

Place

Equipment
ball

pitch

3. \ffhat did you do yesterday ? ( Your sentences can be allirmative or negatiye.)

( get up at 6.30 ) 2. ( have a shower ) 3. ( go to school )

l.

I didn't get up at 6.30.

4.(doatest)
5. ( play football ) 6. ( break a window ) 7. ( watch iV ) 4. Put the verbs in the correct form of the Simple Past ( Aflirmative, Interrogative

or Ncgative.)

l. He ...played...(

play ) badminton yesterday but he ...didn 't win...(not / win ).

2.Thatwasastupidthingtodo.

Why

.."(you/do)it?

we They 6. What 7. Ourfriends

3. That 's an ugly dress. Why 4. .( watch ) TV yesterday but we . . 5' ..

( she / choose ) it ? . ( not/ enjoy ) the film. (wait)alongtimeforthebusbutit. . (not/come). ( Sue / grve ) you for a birthday present ?
.

...(not/have)agoodholiday.

5. Robert Masters is en old mln now. Write sntencc$ dcscribing the changes in his life.

Ten years ago


1.

Now

Lived in London.

l. Lives in the country.


2. Doesn't smoke. 3. Doesn't like football.

2. Smoked a lot.
3. Played a lot of football.

4. Went out every evening. 5. Didn't read many books. 6. Had a lot of friends.

4. Goes to bed early.


5. Reads allthe time.

6. Has no friends.
7. Had a lot of money.

7 Didn't

have much money.

I Mr. Masters used tolive in London but now he lives in the country.
2.
3

4. 5. 6. 7.

6. Read the extract from sue 's letter and answer the questions.

The best holiday I can remember was last year, in August. We went to the seaside.
wd$ hot and we went to the beach every day. We ate a lot of ice crearn and drank a lot of coke^

It

In the evenings my parents stayed in the hotel.My brother and I walked along the beach and went to
the cinema. Sometimes we played tennis or went fishing.

It really

was a wonderfi.rl holiday.

L When did

she go on holiday ?

2. Who did she go with

3. What was theweather like ?


B F

4. Did they eat ice cream and drink coke

t1

t tl
I
t
$

5. W-hat did her parents do in the evenings ? 6. What did Sue and her brother do in the eveirings ?

EJ

$
$

7.

write a report about the best horiday you cen rcmember.


Say:
when it was. where you went. what you did there.

n
ffi

lil

E
H

l
I
t!

Start you rcport :


The best holiday I can remember was ...
.

I
I
:

l[,

t:

[t

ANSWERS

l.

golf rugby

tennis

boxing

football

2.

Sport football boxing


tennis

Place

Equipment
ball

pitch ring court pool

boxing gloves racket bathing costume boat sticks

swimming

rowing
hockey

river
pitch

3. 2. I had a shower. / I didn t havea shower. 3. I went to school. / I didn t go to school. 4. I did a test. / I didn't do a test. 5. I played football. / I didn t play football. 6. I broke a window. I I didn't break a window. 7. I watched TV. / I didn't watch TV.
5.

4.

2. dtdyou do
3. did she choose 4. watched ; didn't enjoy 5. waitod ; did not come 6. did Sue give 7. didn't have

2. Mr. Masters used to spoke a rot but now he doesn t smoke. 3' Mr' Masters used to play a lot of football but now he doesn't like football. Mastdrs usedto go out every evening but now he goes to bed early. 1 Y: 5' Mr' Masters didn't u$e to read many books but now hJreads ail the time. 6. IvIr. Masters used to have a rot of friends but now he has no friends. 7. Mr.Masters didn t use to have much money but now he has a lot of money.

L She went on holiday last year, in August.


2. She went with h*parents. 3. It was hot. !. Yes, they did. They ate a lot of icecream and drank a lot of coke. 5. In the evenings her parents stayed in the hotel. 6' Sue and her brother walked along the beach, went to the cinema, played tennis or wenl fishing.

l. Jsne left her jacket in the changing room,by mistake.Unseramblc the words to find out
what clothcs people usually leave in chenging rooms,

l' ajens 2. thirs 3. sloube 4. redss 5. scosk 6. karona 7. rotesurs

jeans

8. tweaser

9. krist
10. volges

I l. otobs 12. ratiners 13. sitckratut


14. gilenggs

2. Can you put thc beginnings and ends of the sentences together? Do you know all the cxpressions?

l. How

much is

2. How much are

3. I'm just 4. What a 5. What nice 6. Can I help 7. Sorry- we've got 8. What 9. Would you like 10. Can I I l. I-ll take 12. I like this 13. I'd like 14. Have you got anything

f size?

a. nice colout b. looking. c. you? d. these shoes? e. that T-shirt?

g. trousers! h. nothing in blue. i. colour. j. them. k. try it on. L to try it on? m.a red one. n. in blue?

3. Fill in the blanks to make a convercation. Assistant: Mr.Johnson: Assistant: Mr. Johnson: Assislant: Mr. Johnson: Assistant: Mr. Johnson: Assistant: Mr. Johnson:

Let..

Y.r. . lTtt

...Yes,.... How

:::i

. . these trainers

Yes,.....
Arethey

....Doyouwantto...
are they?

in

size e, prease? on?

......?

Yes, they fit very well. 13.40. Fine. . them. That's f,13.40, please. . you are.

I'll

-Thankyou 4. Write'how much. or.how many,


f,xample:

Assistant:

verymuch. fl5.00- that's

! 1.60 . . . . . . Goodbye,

How much b'read do you eat fior brealdast? How many slices oftoast do you want?

. .. 3.......
..... 2. .. . .

l.

.bottlesofcokearethey?
. ora.ngesdoyouwant?

4....

.milkdoyoudrink?

6.......

5' . . . . .

....platesdoyouwant?
eggs do you eat per week?

.butterhaveyougot?

7. . . 8. . . 9. . l0 . .

. . .
tins

.cups of tea are there? coffee is there in the packet? rice do the Japanese eat? orange juice have we got?

5. List three things you buy in : bags

bottles

packets

a'Read the following text end write Linda's shopping list.The text is in scrambled order but lind thc namct of food she wants to buy.

l. Certainly, dear. How many packets? 2. Good morning, Mrs. Bakdr. I'd like some crisps and some peanuts. 3 Anything else, d6ar? 4. Six packets of crisps and two packets of peanuts. And a tin of ham. 5. Er.,let's see now. That's tlz.g5 altosether. q. qh, yes.Four bottles of coke and a l6af of bread. 7. Here you are, dear. Anything else? 8. Yes. Some cheese, pleise.Cf,eddar 9. How much do you iryant? 10. Is that all? I l. Thank you, Mrs. Baker. J? Yes.o3r9 pound, I think,. and a dozen eggs, please. 13. I think so q!,wait! Two tvtars ffiis, iit"uir. Right. How much is that? 14. Here you are. 15. Thanks dear and here's your change. 16. Bye, dear.

6' b' What do Linda and the assistant say? Match each bubble to a sentence above to make
4 dialogues.

ffi

t--''

ffiffi

7' Find the simple past vcrbs in the following puzzle. List Regular verbs

lt

regular and irregular verbs.

Irregular verbs

SOLDATRIED AMWENTTOOK NEEDEDMADE GAVEWANTED VOLOOKEDAT L I STENEDTO WASSHOUTED BOUGHTWERE ASCAMESGOT HEARDMASAW
t. Put the verbs from the box in the simple
Usc the dictionary if neccssary. get

past to complete the story.

up go be sell ask
can refuse have

use

sit

to move
down hit
remember

fall

come

crash

into

can

not

be going

on

9. Jenny, Katc, nan, and rim went shopping together. They bought: meat, fish, fruit, vegetables,lcmonade, coke and minerat

buy?

water.What did each of thcm

a) Jenny doesn't eat meat or fish. b) Kate and Dan bought the same things to eat. c) Dan didn't buy fruit or lemonade. d) Only Kate bought mineral water.

Jenny

e) Jenny likes vegetables. 0 Tim doesn't like fish and coke.

Kate. Dan. Tim. .

ANSWERS
1.

l. jeans 2. shirt 3. blouse 4. dress 5. socks 6. anorak 7. trousers


2.

8. sweater 9. skirt 10. gloves I l. boots 12. trainers 13. tracksuit 14. leggings

3.

Assistant: Can I help you? Mr. Jolmson: Yes. Have you got these trainers in size 9, please? Assistant: Let me see. Yeq here you are.Do you want to try them on? Mr. Johnsan: Yes. please.
Assistant: Are they all riebt? Mr. Johnson: !es, they fit very well. How much are they? Assistant: 13.40. Mr.Johnson: Fine.I'll take them. Assistant: That's f,13.40, please. Mr.Jahnson: Here you are . Assisnnt: Thank you very much.f,lS- that's !1.60 change .Goodbye.

4.

L How
2. How 3. How 4. How 5. How 5. bags

rnany

many much many many

6. How much 7" How many 8. How much 9. How much 10. How much

tins
fish hafit &uit
1F

httle
cma cola milk
lemonade

peckets
crisps
peanuts

potatoe
oranges

tomatoes 6. a.

biscuits

six packas of crisps two packets of peanuts a tin of ham four bottles of coke a loaf ofbread one pound ofCheddar cheese a dozen eggs two Mars bars

5. b.

l.

Lindo:
Mrs.Baker: Linda:

Good morning Mrs. Baker.I'd like some crisps and some


peanuts.

Certainly, dear.How many packets? Six packets of crisps and two packets of peanuts. And a tin

of ham.
2.

Mrs. Baker: Linda: Mrs. Baker: Linda:

Anything else,dear? Oh, yes.Four bottles of coke and a loaf of bread.


Here you arg dear. Anything else? Yes. Some cheese, please.Cheddar. How much do you want? Er. .one pound, I think, and b dozen eggs, please. Is that all? Yes.I think so. Otr" wait. Two Mars bars, please. Right. How much is that? Er. . Let me see. That's tl2.95 altogether. Here you are. Thanks dear and here's your change. Thank you Mrs. Baker. Bye, dear.

3.

Mrs Baler:
Linda:
4.

Mrs. Baker: Linda:

Mrg Baker:
Linda: Mrs. Balcer: Linda: Mrs. Baker:
7.

Rcgular verbs
tried wanted listened to
E.

Irreguler verbs
sold

needed

went
made

bought
came heard

looked at
shouted

were

took
gave

got
saw

was

one morning in Marcll Ben Stonegot up andwent downstairs to open his shop. Hewos the village grocer and sold nearly everything.His shop was fascinating; it was so untidy. Each visit was uradventure. Often when a customer astredfoi something, Benused to say:" Can you see it ?" Together they mwed round the shop untiltheyfoundthe required article under a pile of envelopes or behind boxes ofchocolates. Tins of fruit and vegetables sat high on a shelf that no one couldreach except Ben. He refused to have a ladder- thatwas too simpre and too slow. Instead he had a stick. With enormous skill he used to dislodge a tin and catch it asitlell - all in one easy movement. But on that day four tins came down instead of one and hit Ben,s head. In the afternoon a lorry crashed into his fresh fruit stall outside the shop. He coul&r't understand wtatwas going on. Then he remembered.Itwas Friday the l3th.
9.

Jenny: fruit, lemonade, coleand vegetables. Ilan: meat,fish, vegetables,coke.

Kate:

vegetables,mineral water,meat, lemonade,

coke,

fish,

Tim:

meat, *uit, vegetables, lemonade.

l. Look rt the picturcr rnd write thc nrncs of thc


ettnctions in thc pu*zlc.

..*.

-.

'l
I

%fuMfu&.s gE-_&B$ Wffi


l.
Put a little butler into a saucepan.

2. Let's help Kcvin preperc somc vegetable stew. Write the words from the pictures into the gap.

2.

Cb

up a few

3. Cut up a few

4. Pour in soms

5. Slice some

onions.

6. Add some

7. Chop up some

8. Slice some

9. Add some

10. Cook for 3 hours.

Try it!
It's excellent!

Don't eat it! It's horrible!YAK!

J*^lf
3. a. Read the dialogue:

hospital? -walkalongMain Street turn left - hospital - acrossfrom

_ how to get to the hospitat from here? ,8; Sure. Walk along MAn S*eet, *rn left and you'll see the hospital across-from the high school. Thank you very much. .8.' You're welcome.

l.'Excuse me. Could you please tell me

l:

3. b. Write the dialogues replacing the words in italics:

$s rlr.

s
_

l;

Excuse mg could you tell me how to get to the

,{:

lrom here?

Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the. . .

B: Sure.

from here?

you'llseethe.......
police station? - go straight on - htrn right police station - next to
the high school.

and

.B: Sure.

you'llseethe.... ..
- cross lhe path - turn lefi - shoe store - infront of
shoe store?

.......

and
l

,{: Thank you very much. 8: You're welcome.


.,4: Excuse me, could you

l: l:
8:

.....

thehighschool.

Thank you very much. You're welcome. ^8;

the..
8:
here? Sure,

tell me how to get to from

...

Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to

the...
here? Sure.

from

library? - walk down


Regent Street - tum

the...... ...... l:
8:

and you'll see

&e
museum? - go round the church - nrn left museum - between
_

and you'll see the

right-library-behtnd

high school. Thank you very much. You're welcome.

. . thehighschool

l:

and the bank.

Thank you very much. B.'You're welcomg.

d. Write about these signs using the following words:

swim

hke

photographs smoke hlk

be

careful

park

5. a) Read the dialogue:

.
\-A'A,A",
.J|+

r-,\.4/-

go swrmmmg drown

Would you like to go swimmingwithme? B. No, I don't think so. Why not? B. I'm afraid I might drown. Dont worry! You won't drown. .B. Are you sure? I'm positive! B. Okay! I'll go *timming with you.
^d.

l.

l. l.

5. b) Fill in the dielogues using the correct set of words from the box:

24.

Wouldyou.... to. . .....withme?


.

A.......youlike to.....
with me? 8. No, Idon'tthink. . . . . .
.,4.

.8. No, ..... z{. Why not?

I.

.thinkso.

B. I'm afraid I might

B.

Why I'm

....Imight

....?

l.

Dont wont

..

.you

l.

8. Areyou..
.4. I'm positive!

8........yoururr?"^' /. I'm positivel


8. Okay. I'll . . .

Don't worry. You wont. . , .

B. Okay,I'll with you.

with

go dancing step on your feet

go for a walk in the park catch a cold

go get

sailing

go skiing

seasick break my leg

A- ........ not? B. I'mafraid I

8.No,I.....think..,

with me?

4."....
wontt.

..You

6.

lilrite

these instructions in the conect plece: Come here!

Get out ofthe way! Please close the door. Do not feed the animals.

Do not touch. Wake upl

Don't op&n your eyes. Do the washing-up. Please put your trays here.

g
7. Reed thc text and answer the questions:

Carnival time comes to Manchester on September 12 and 13. This year there's a circus show with fun for all the family and a boat rally, too. There's a Magic Theatre, a mouth-watering World of lce Cream and even a house made of chocolate. Now that's what we call

You can have the chance of eating window if you can answer the following question: which fairy tale
a nice chocolate

characters discovered a house made sweets?

of

A DREAM HOME

a) The seven Dwarfs b) Hiinsel and Gretel c) Cinderella

event does everybody, both parents and children enjoy? 2. Where does the Carnival take place? 3. When will the Carnival take place? 4. What's the house made of? 5. How can you eat a window? 6. Who discovered the house made of sweets? 7. What do you think? Will you win the competition? Why?

l. Which

1.

2. 3.

4.
5. 6. 7.

ANSWERS

l.
I
- acrobats;

2 -bigwheel; 3 - big dipper;


4 - dodgem cars; 5 - roundabout; 6 - ghost train
2.

If you get it right, you will find the


word CIRCUS in the box!

3. - potatoes; 6. - salt;

4. - wine; 7. - mushrooms;

5. - carrots; 8. - tomatoes;

9. - pepper

3. b.

l.'Excuse me, could you


tell me how to get to the police station from here? B.' Sure. Go straight on, turn right and you'll see the police station next to the high school. l.' Thank you very much. B.' You're welcome.

l.'Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to


the shoe store from here? ,8.' Sure. Cross the path, turn left and you'll see the shoe store in front ofthe high school. Thank you very much. B.' You're welcome.

l:

/.'Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the library from 8.'
here? Sure. Walk down

l.'Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the museum from
here? .8.' Sure. Go round the

Regent Street, turn right and you'll see the library behind the high school. Thank you fery much. .8.' You're welcome.

l:

churclq turn left and you'll see the museum between the high school and the bank. l.' Thank you very much. B.' You're welcome.

4.

Be careful! Don't park here! / No parking!

Dont smoke! I No smoking! Don't swim! I No swimming!

Dont take photographs! Don't talkl / Keep quiet!

5. b.

l.

Would you like to go skiing with me? ^8. No, I don't think so. Why not? 8. I'm afraid I might break my leg. Dont worry! You won't break your leg . B. lsre you sure? A.l'm positive! A. Okay. I'll go skiing

/.

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