Unit 5. My City — My Home

LESSON 1

p. 128, ex. 2. Read and guess. More than one answer is possible.
1. It is a chair or a stool.
2. It is a cooker or a gas-cooker.
3. It is a sofa or a bed.
4. It is a wardrobe.
5. It is a bookcase.
6. It is a TV.
7. It is a fridge.

p. 129 ex. 4. Complete the sentences.
In my living-room there is a sofa, a table, a TV set, a bookcase and there are some chairs and armchairs.
In my kitchen there is a sink, a fridge, a cupboard, a dishwasher, a table and some stools.
In my bedroom there is a bed, a chest of drawers, a table, a mirror, a computer table, a stool and a rug.
My favourite room is my bedroom because there is a computer table with a computer on it.

LESSON 2

p. 131 ex. 3. Ask and answer in pairs.
1) No, they don’t, some people live in flats, but lots of people have their own houses.
2) There are two floors in a traditional English house.
3) The living-room, the dining-room, the kitchen and a hall are downstairs. The bedrooms and a bathroom are upstairs.
4) The living-room is a favourite room in a traditional English house.
5) Englishmen sometimes call a living-room a sitting-room because they often spend evenings in armchairs near the fireplace.
6) The British think that there is no place like home. They say: «East or West, home is best».

p. 131 ex. 4. Read and say.

My Flat

It is my flat. There is a bathroom, a bedroom, a living-room, a dining-room, a kitchen and a hall.
It is a bathroom. There is a bath in the bathroom. There is a towel on the left on the wall in the bathroom.
It is a bedroom. There is a bed on the left of the bedroom. There is a picture on the wall above the bed. There is a table next to the bed in front of the window. There is a lamp on the table. There are curtains on the window. There is a carpet on the floor.
It is a living-room. There is a table in the middle of the living-room. There is a chest of drawers on the left next to the wall. There is a TV set on the chest of drawers. There is an arm-chair on the right next to the wall. There are curtains on the window. It is a dining-room. There is a table in the middle of the dining-room. There are four chairs around the table. There is a bookcase on the left in the dining-room. There is a picture on the wall behind the table.
It is a kitchen. There is a fridge on the right of the kitchen near the wall. There is a washing machine between the fridge and the
cooker. There is a cooker opposite the washing machine next to the dishwasher. There is a cupboard above the dishwasher.

LESSON 3

p. 133, ex. 3. Ask and answer in pairs.
1) Vicky’s home is in London.
2) Her house is blue.
3) The front door is red.
4) No, it isn’t. Her house is not very big.
5) Vicky’s room is small.

LESSON 4

p. 136 ex. 3. Complete the sentences.
1. London is a big city.
2. The Thames is a river.
3. The Tower Bridge can go up and down.
4. In Hyde Park you can do a lot of things. You can run, walk, ride a bike or ride a horse.
5. You can see mummies in the British Museum.
6. The place where trains go under the streets is called the underground.

LESSON 5

p. 138 ex. 3. Look and say.
There is a cinema in the town. There is a market in the town. There is a museum in the town. There is a circus in the town. There isn’t any gallery in the town. There isn’t any theatre in the town.

p. 138 ex. 4. Look at the picture above. Ask and answer.
Is there a theatre in the town? No, there is not.
Is there a gallery in the town? No, there is not.
Is there a cinema in the town? Yes, there is.
Is there a market in the town? Yes, there is.
Is there a museum in the town? Yes, there is.
Is there a circus in the town? Yes, there is.

LESSON 6

p. 140 ex. 3. Look, read and fill in with the words from the box.
2) behind. 3) on the corner. 4) opposite. 5) between. 6) next. 7) opposite, on the left.

p. 141 ex. 4. Imagine you are in the phone box in the picture.
a) Say what there is in the street.
There is a museum in the street. There is a theatre in the street. There is a bus stop in the street. There is a church in the street. There is a toy shop in the street. There is a hotel in the street.

b) Where is a museum? There is a museum opposite a toy shop. Where is a bus stop? There is a bus stop in front of a toy shop. Where is a theatre? There is a theatre between a museum and a post-office.
Where is a church? There is a church down the street.
Where is a hotel? There is a hotel next to a toy shop.
Where is a park? There is a park down the street.
Where is a toy shop? There is a toy shop opposite a museum.

LESSON 7

p. 144 ex. 3. b) Match to make up true sentences.
1d, 2e, 3a, 4b, 5c.

p. 144 ex. 4. c) Ask and answer in pairs.
A: Is there a school in Park Street? B: No, there isn’t.
A: Where is a supermarket? B: It is next to the library.
A: Is there a toy shop in Park Street? B: Yes, there is.
A: Where is it? B: It is opposite Nick’s house.
A: Is there a bakery in Park Street? B: Yes, there is.
A: Where is the bakery? B: It is next to the supermarket.
A: Is there a toy shop in Park Street? B: Yes, there is.
A: Where is the toy shop? B: It is on the right side of the pet shop.

p. 145 ex. 4. Have a talk about your classmate’s street.
A: Is there a pet shop in your street? B: Yes, there is.
A: Is there a cinema in your street? B: No, there isn’t.
A: Is there a bus stop in your street? B: Yes, there is.
A: Is there a restaurant in your street? B: No, there isn’t.
A: Is there a supermarket in your street? B: Yes, there is.
A: Is there a theatre in your street? B: No, there isn’t.
A: Is there a bank in your street? B: Yes, there is.
A: Is there a museum in your street? B: No, there isn’t.
A: Is there a police station in your street? B: No, there isn’t.
A: Is there a gallery in your street? B: No, there isn’t.
A: Is there a library in your street? B: No, there isn’t.
A: Is there a bakery in your street? B: Yes, there is.

LESSON 8

p. 147 ex. 3. Ask and answer.
1) A: Excuse me, where’s the police station?
B: Go down King’s Road. Then turn left. The police station is next to the theatre and opposite CD shop.
A: Thank you.
B: That’s OK.

2) A: Excuse me, where’s the church?
B: Go down King’s Road. Then turn right. The church is next to the hospital.
A: Thank you.
B: That’s OK.

3) A: Excuse me, where’s the school?
B: Go down King’s Road. Cross High Street. The school is on your left.
A: Thank you.
B: That’s OK.

p. 148 ex. 4. Read, look and find out the place.
1c, 2a, 3d, 4b.

LESSON 9

p. 149 ex. 2. Have a talk.
Look at the map on page 148 and have a talk.
a) A: Let’s go to the library.
B: Where’s it?
A: Look at the map. We walk along the Station Street. Then we turn right. The library is next to the museum and opposite the cinema.
b) A: Let’s go to the supermarket.
B: Where’s it?
A: Look at the map. We walk along the Station Street. Then we turn left. We walk along the Bank Street. The supermarket is opposite the bank.
c) A: Let’s go to the sports school.
B: Where’s it?
A: Look at the map. We walk along the Station Street, cross the Bank Street and the River Street. The sports school is on the corner of the River Street and the Station Street.

p. 151 ex. 4. Listen again, choose and complete.
1b, 2c, 3a, 4c, 5b, 6b.

LESSON 10

p. 152 ex. 1. look at the map, read the sentences and guess the places.
1. It’s a shop.
2. It’s a church.
3. It’s a post office.
4. It’s a museum.
5. It’s a park.
6. It’s a library.
7. It’s a shop.

p. 154 ex. 3. ... read and answer the questions about the capital city of Ukraine.
a) Kyiv is the capital of Ukraine.
b) Yes, there is. It’s called the Dnieper.
c) Yes, there are. There are some famous bridges over the river. They are the Paton Bridge, Nicholas Chain Bridge, Metro Bridge and others.
d) Yes, there are. There are a lot of cathedrals in Kyiv.
e) Yes, there are. There are many museums and galleries in Kyiv.
f) Yes, there are. There are many theatres and cinemas in Kyiv.
g) The main street is called Khreshchatyk.
h) Yes, there are. There are many parks in Kyiv. The biggest park is called Hydro Park.
i) The busy places of the city are shops, markets, banks, streets and Kyiv underground.


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