Unit 6. On The Move
p. 158 ex. 3. In pairs, look, read and say as in the example.
1) No, she isn’t. She is going by car.
2) No, they aren’t. They are travelling by taxi.
3) Yes, she is. She is going by plane.
4) Yes, he is. Nick is travelling by bus.
5) No, they aren’t. They are going by car.
6) No, she isn’t. She is travelling by ship.
p. 158 ex. 4. Say what kind of travelling is the fastest, what transport is slower than the other one.
1. Plane is the most comfortable kind of travelling.
2. Travelling by ship is more pleasant than by train.
3. Travelling by plane is the fastest kind of travelling.
4. Bicycle is the most exciting transport in the city.
5. Travelling by bus is nicer than by bicycle.
6. Travelling by train is slower than by plane.
7. Travelling by underground is the most interesting.
8. Underground is the fastest transport in a big city.
9. Travelling by car is faster than by bus.
10. Travelling by car is the most pleasant.
p. 158 ex. 5. Make up sentences.
1. Last summer my friends travelled to the seaside by bus.
2. Last summer the Browns travelled to the mountains by car.
3. Last summer my parents and I travelled to the river by bicycles.
4. Last summer my friends travelled to the mountains by train.
5. Last summer the Browns travelled to the seaside by train.
6. Last summer my parents and I travelled to the seaside by car.
7. Last summer my friends travelled to the river by bus.
8. Last summer the Browns travelled to the river by train.
9. Last summer my parents and I travelled to the mountains by plane.
10. Last summer the Browns travelled to the seaside by plane.
p. 162 ex. 3. Say if the sentences are true or false.
1 — False.
2 — False.
3 — True.
4 — True.
5 — False.
6 — False.
p. 162 ex. 4. Make up as many sentences as you can.
1. The train arrived in London on time.
2. The train arrived at platform late.
3. The train didn’t arrive in Kyiv on time.
4. The plane arrived in London on time.
5. The plane didn’t arrive in London late.
6. The bus arrived in Kyiv on time.
7. The bus didn’t arrive at the railway station on time.
8. The car arrived in Kyiv on time.
9. The car arrived in London late.
10. The car didn’t arrive in Kyiv on time.
11. The car didn’t arrive in Kyiv on time.
12. The car arrived at the railway station on time.
p. 162 ex. 5. Change the underlined words into 'you', ’him’, ‘her', 'them', 'us' or 'it'.
1. them. 2. her. 3. him. 4. her. 5. them. 6. it.
p. 164, ex. 3. Choose and complete.
1 — b, 2 — c, 3 — a, 4 — b, 5 — c, 6 — a.
p. 165 ex. 4. Complete with 'on', 'for' or 'by'.
2. for. 3. on. 4. by. 5. by. 6. on. 7. on, for.
p. 165 ex. 5. Speak on travelling.
1. I agree that the best way to study nature is to travel.
2. People travel when they are on their holidays because they want to visit different place, meet new people, see and learn new things.
3. Travel agencies can help to arrange everything for your trip.
4. I can travel by car, by train or by bus. But I sometimes travel by plane.
5. Before my trip I have to buy a ticket at the ticket office, pack my suitcase, take some clothes and personal things and book a hotel.
6. People take cameras to take pictures of some interesting sights of a city or beautiful view of nature.
7. They take photos to watch them after their journey.
p. 166 ex. 2. Complete with the words from the box.
2. passengers, platform.
3. arrive, time-table board.
4. railway station, taxi, luggage.
p. 168 ex. 4a) Match to make up a dialogue.
A: I would like a ticket to London, please.
B: When are you going to leave?
A: In the evening.
B: Just a minute, please. I think the train number 57 is the best for you.
A: When does it leave?
B: At 7:30 p.m.
A: Excellent. And when does it arrive in London?
B: At 9 p.m.
A: OK. How much is the ticket?
B: £ 9.
A: Thank you.
p. 168 ex. 5. Ask questions. Use the words in brackets as in the example.
1) When did their train arrive in London?
2) How are you going to go to France?
3) When does the train number 51 leave for Paris?
4) Where did we buy the tickets?
5) What is there at the station?
p. 170, ex. 3. Choose and complete.
1c, 2b, 3c, 4a, 5b.
p. 170, ex. 4. Ask and answer in pairs.
A: How can I get to the railway station?
B: You can take a bus number 23.
A: How can I get to the museum?
B: You can catch a tram number 7. It is the best for you.
A: How can I get to the theatre?
B: You can take a bus number 88 over there.
A: How can I get to Kyiv?
B: You can take a bus 221 to the railway station and then buy a ticket at the ticket office for the train number 63.
A: How can I get to the USA?
B: You can take a bus number 305 to the airport, buy a ticket and fly to the USA.
p. 173, ex. 6. Describe an airport and a plane flight.
1. The passengers buy their tickets at the ticket office.
2. They arrive at the airport by taxi or by bus.
3. Airport is like a little town with shops, bars and cafes and the passengers feel comfortable here.
4. Before the flight the passengers buy their tickets at the ticket office, arrive at the airport, wait for the flight, pass the check-in desk.
5. Children like to watch pilots and mechanics through the big airport window.
6. They weigh their luggage, check the tickets and passports.
7. You can get to the plane by airbus.
8. The airhostess meets the passengers on a board of a plane.
p. 173, ex. 7. Role-play the situation in pairs.
You: I went to London last year.
Interviewer: How did you get there?
You: By plane.
Interviewer: Where did you buy tickets?
You: At the ticket office.
Interviewer: How did it take you to get there?
You: It took me three hours.
Interviewer: Where did you stay?
You: I stayed in a hotel.
p. 176 ex. 3. Choose and complete the sentences.
1b, 2a, 3b, 4a, 5b.
p. 180, ex. 4. Make true answers to the following questions.
1. Yes, I have. 2. No, I haven’t. 3. No, I haven’t. 4. Yes, I have. 5. Yes, I have. 6. Yes, I have. 7. No, I haven’t. 8. Yes, I have.
p. 180, ex. 5. Ask your classmate what he / she has done. Use the verbs' from the box and answer.
A: Have you ever been to China? B: No, I haven’t.
A: Have you ever seen a crocodile? B: Yes, I have.
A: Have you ever played table tennis? B: No, I haven’t
A: Have you ever read a magazine? B: Yes, I have.
A: Have you ever written a letter? B: No, I haven’t.
A: Have you ever eaten chocolate ice cream? B: Yes, I have.
A: Have you ever bought a souvenir? B: Yes, I have.
A: Have you ever gone to the circus? B: Yes, I have.
p. 181, ex. 1. Listen and say how the Americans call their taxis and underground in New York.
The Americans call their taxis cabs and underground is called a subway.
p. 182 ex. 2. Ask and answer in pairs.
a) Nick has been in New York.
b) He has seen the Hudson River and a lot of bridges over it.
c) Nick has learnt how underground and taxis in the USA are called.
d) He has visited an underground.
e) He has been on the Brooklyn Bridge.
f) He has had a sightseeing tour.
g) He has taken a lot of photos.
p. 183 ex. 4. Match to make up a dialogue. Act out in pairs.
A, B 1; A, B 2; A, B 3.
p. 183 ex. 5. Interview a British tourist in Kyiv.
1. How long have you been in Kyiv?
2. Have you gone sightseeing?
3. Have you been to Khreshchatyk?
4. Have you been to the Saint Sophia’s Cathedral?
5. Have you visited other Ukrainian towns?
6. What interesting places have you seen?
p. 185, ex. 2. Complete the tables.
Present Perfect Simple
|I have cooked
He has cooked
|Have I cooked?
Has he cooked?
|I have not (haven’t) cooked
He has not (hasn’t) cooked
|Did I cook?
Did she cook?
Did he cook?
|I did not (didn’t) cook
She did not (didn’t) cook
He did not (didn’t) cook
p. 185, ex. 3. Make up questions.
1) a) Did he go to Oxford yesterday?
b) When did he go to Oxford?
c) Where did he go yesterday?
d) Who went to Oxford yesterday?
2) a) Has he ever been to Oxford before?
b) Who has never been to Oxford before?
c) Where has he never been?
p. 185, ex. 4. Ask and answer in pairs.
A: Have you visited Kyiv?
B: Yes, I have.
A: When did you go there?
B: I went there last year.
A: Have you seen the Paton Bridge?
B: Yes, I have.
A: When did you see it?
B: I saw it on the first day of my visit to Kyiv.
p. 186, ex. 1. ... say how people get to different places.
Some people go to the sea by plane. I go to school by bus. My friend goes to school by tram. My teacher goes to school by trolleybus. My father goes to work by car. My mother goes to work by underground.
p. 186, ex. 2. Ask and answer in pairs.
A: Did you travel by train last summer?
B: Yes, I did.
A: Did you travel by bus last summer?
B: No, I didn’t.
A: Did you travel by tram last summer?
B: No, I didn’t.
A: Did you travel by ship last summer?
B: Yes, I did.
A: Did you travel by plane last summer?
B: Yes, I did.
A: Did you travel by bicycle last summer?
B: Yes, I did.
A: Did you travel by taxi last summer?
B: No, I didn’t.
p. 187 ex. 3. ... read the text and say if the statements below are true or false.
1F. 2T. 3F. 4F. 5T.
p. 188 ex. 4. ... read, then agree or disagree.
2. I don’t agree. I think the fastest way of travelling is by plane.
3. I don’t agree. I think travelling by plane is faster than by train.
4. I agree. Travelling by car is the best.
5. I agree. Trains are more comfortable than buses.
6. I don’t agree. I think ship voyages are more interesting than train journeys.
7. I agree. Travelling is the best way to study nature.
p. 188 ex. 5. ...read the text and say what there is at Heathrow Airport
There are over sixty-four million passengers in Heathrow Airport every year.
There are many information desks in the airport.
There are two post offices and many shops in the airport.
There are toilets and showers and many restaurants in the airport. There is a Visitors’ Corner.
p. 189 ex. 6. ...choose the right word about the airport.
1. cities. 2. eighty. 3. sixty-four. 4. many.
p. 189 ex. 7. ... answer the questions and tell your classmate what you have done today.
1. I have eaten a sandwich, some cheese and an apple today.
2. I have played chess today.
3. I have had Maths, English, Computer Studies and Ukrainian today.
4. I have met my friend today.
5. I have bought a book today.
6. I have been to the sports school today.
7. I have played with my classmates today.
8. Peter has come to school today.