Unit 2. Free Time


p. 28 ex. 1. Draw or stick a picture of your favourite toy. Write an email to your penfriend.
Helen; Masha; a doll; Masha.

p. 28 ex. 2. Fill in their or our.
1. Their; 2. Our; 3.our; 4.Their; 5. Their; 6. our.


p. 29 ex. 2. Greg is talking about his favourite part of the day. Complete the missing words.
play; read; watch; films.

p. 30 ex. 3. Read and match the pictures to the right sentences.
4. Every afternoon I listen to my favourite radio show. It’s about rap music.
5. I don’t study every afternoon, but I usually do my homework.
2. I usually go out to the park. I ride a bike or I roller-skate.
1. I always feel great in the afternoon. I’ve got a lot of time to play.
6. I also help my mum in the kitchen. We make dinner together.
3. I go to the cinema with my friends or stay at home and watch TV.

p. 30 ex. 4. Answer the questions.
1. Yes, I do. I get up at seven o’clock.
2. No, I don’t. I don’t listen to the radio show.
3. No, I don’t. I don’t play computer games in the morning.
4. Yes, I do. I usually have a sandwich for breakfast.
5. No, I don’t. I don’t study in the afternoon.
6. No, I don’t. I don’t have time to watch TV.


p. 31 ex. 1. Complete the sentences with the words from the box.
1. reads; 2. goes; 3. watches; 4. eats; 5. does.

p. 31 ex. 2. Put the sentences into negative and question form.
Mrs Jones doesn’t usually read an interesting book on Saturday. Does Mrs Jones usually read an interesting book on Saturday?
Mr Jones doesn’t usually swim in the swimming pool on Saturday. Does Mr Jones usually swim in the swimming pool on Saturday?
John doesn’t usually play tennis on Saturdays. Does John usually play tennis on Saturdays?
The Smiths don’t usually go to the picnic with their friends on Saturdays. Do the Smiths usually go to the picnic with their friends on Saturdays?

p. 32 ex. 3. Choose and fill in.
Do; Does; Do; Does.

p. 33 ex. 4. Complete the questions and ask your friends:
painting; park; friend; face and hands; computer games; milk.

p. 33 ex. 5. Choose and answer the questions.
1. No, she doesn’t. 2. No, she doesn’t. 3. Yes, she does. 4. Yes, she does. 5. Yes, he does. 6. No, he doesn’t.

p. 34 ex. 6. Circle the correct form of the verb.
2. likes; like; 3. do you; 4. does she.

p. 34 ex. 7. Write about your friend. Use the answers from task 4 on page 45 of PB.
She wakes up early.
She doesn’t have a big breakfast.
She reads book about magic.
She doesn’t watch documentary films.
She does her homework after school.
She visits her friends.
She doesn’t go to McDonald’s.


p. 35 ex. 1. Complete the questions with Do or Does.
2. Do; 3. Does; 4. Does; 5. Do; 6. Does.

p. 35 ex. 2. Play the game. Choose a pupil from your class. Write about her/him. The class should guess who this is.
He always gets up early. He often surfs the net. He sometimes plays tennis. He never drinks milk.

p. 35 ex. 3. Fill in.
friends; class; computer games.; Steve and Martin; are; aren’t; skateboards.

p. 36 ex. 4. Complete the sentences.
chess; yoga; aerobics; basketball; computer games; karate; table tennis; tennis.

p. 37 ex. 5. Sort out the hobbies.

You play

You do











p. 37 ex. 6. What about you?
1. do; 2. play; I can play tennis. 3. play; I can’t play table tennis. 4. do; I can’t do karate. 5. play; I can play computer games. 6. play; I can’t play chess. 7. play; I can play basketball.


p. 38 ex. 1. Match the correct pairs.
2. listen to music; 3. read a comic; 4. ride a rollercoaster; 5. fly a kite; 6. drive a bumper car.


p. 40 ex. 1. Look at the picture on page 53 of your Pupil’s Book. Match the halves of the sentences.
5. driving a bumper car; 4. taking to a ghost; 6. shaking hands with Snow White; 2. riding a dinosaur; 7. riding a rollercoaster (go on a rollercoaster); 3. going to the desert island.

p. 40 ex. 2. Answer the questions.
a) No, he isn’t, b) Yes, I am. c) No, we aren’t, d) Yes, they are. e) No, she isn’t, f) Yes, I am.

p. 41 ex. 3. Mark is writing a postcard from Magicland to his friend. Fill in the blanks with is or are.
is; is; are; are; are; is.

p. 41 ex. 4. Imagine you and four of your friends are in Magicland. What are you doing? Write a postcard to your friend in London.
... Helen; ... really having fun; Helen Shevchenko; My friend ... here, too; 43 High Street; She ... eating an ice-cream now. She is tired ... ; London; hungry; ... you having fun? ... Ihor.


p. 42 ex. 1. 1) Imagine you are in the park now. Fill in the blanks.
1. I’m 2. I’m not 3. I’m not 4. I’m not.
2) Now answer the questions
1. Yes, I am. 2. No, I’m not. 3. No, I’m not. 4. No, I’m not.

p. 42 ex. 2. 1) Imagine you and your friends are at a birthday party now. Fill in the blanks.
1. We are 2. We aren’t 3. We aren’t 4. We are.
2) Now answer the questions 1. Yes, we are. 2. No, we aren’t. 3. No, we aren’t. 4. Yes, we are.

p. 43 ex. 3. Imagine you are at different places. What are you doing there?
listening to the teacher; going for a walk; riding on a rollercoaster; dancing and singing songs.

p. 43 ex. 4. Read the pirate's report from the desert island. What's going on? Fill in the gaps with am, is or are.
is; are; is; is is; are; am.


p. 44 ex. 1. Read task 4 on page 43 and answer the questions.
1. She is singing a pirate song.
2. The friends are having a great time on the desert island.
3. Susan is swimming.
4. The pirates are dancing a pirate dance.
5. Greg is making a sand castle.
6. Luke is fishing.
7. Ronnie and Elliot are looking through the telescope.
8. I am writing a report for the “Pirate News”.

p. 45 ex. 2. Complete with is, am or are.
1. are; 2. are; 3. is; 4. are; 5. is; 6. are; 7. am; 8. are.

p. 45 ex. 3. Answer the questions and solve the Wh-crossword.
1. Where; 2. What; 3. Who; 4. When; 5. Who; 6. Whose (Which)

p. 46 ex. 4. Make up questions.
2. Who are you shaking hands with?
3. Why are you doing this?
4. What are you riding on?
5. What am I watching?
6. Where are you swimming now?


p. 47 ex. 1. What are they doing now? Find the correct sentence endings in the wordsearch (p. 48) and circle them. Then complete the sentences. 1
2. playing football; 3. drinking tea; 4. reading a story; 5. riding a bike; 6. playing chess; 7. playing the piano.


p. 49 ex. 1. Fill in always, usually, often, sometimes or never.
usually; 2. sometimes; 3. never; 4. often; 5. always; 6. sometimes; 7. never; 8. always.

p. 49 ex. 2. Answer the questions with Yes, I do. / Wo, I don't.
1. Yes, I do. 2. No, I don’t. 3. Yes, I do. 4. No, I don’t. 5. Yes, I do. 6. No, I don’t. 7. No, I don’t. 8. Yes, I do. p. 50. afternoon.
I always play computer games in the afternoon. I usually do my homework in the afternoon. I often go for a walk with my friends in the yard in the afternoon.
I sometimes visit my grandparents in the afternoon. I never watch TV in the afternoon.

p. 50 ex. 3. What’s your favourite part of the day? What do you usually do then? Write about it.
I always play computer games in the afternoon. I usually do my homework in the afternoon. I often go for a walk with my friends in the yard in the afternoon.
I sometimes visit my grandparents in the afternoon. I never watch TV in the afternoon.

p. 50 ex. 4. Circle the correct form of the verb.
1 She always does her homework.
2 He always reads a comic.
3 I always think of Mary.
4 She often makes some tea.
5 He often surfs the net.
6 I often take the phone.

p. 51 ex. 5. Read about Ms Springfield. She is a teacher. What does she do after school? Circle the correct form.
doesn’t; writes; works; waters; listens; doesn’t; likes; sings; has; doesn’t; watches; likes; goes.

p. 51 ex. 6. Complete the questions and the answers.
2. She is; 3. Is he; 4. I am; 5. Are they.



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