Unit 5. Travelling
72 (1) 1. Jane is going to travel from Gatwick Airport to London Victoria by train.
2. Jane is going to travel home from the railway station by taxi.
3. Jane is going to travel around Colchester Zoo on foot.
4. Jane is going to travel around Colchester by double-decker.
5. Jane is going to travel across the English Channel by ferry.
73 (2) The children are going to spend a day out in Colchester Zoo. Jane and Ann are going to visit Red panda Encounter at 11:30 o’clock. Steve is going to visit Sealion presentation at 11:50. Dan is going to watch Wild Display: “Masters of the Sky” at 12:10. Steve and Dan are going to see Komodo Dragon Encounter at 12:40. Dan is going to Visit Orangutan Encounter at 1:20 p.m. Ann and Dan are going to watch Penguin presentation at 2 o’clock.
74 (1) 1) happy; 2) excited; 3) angry; 4) happy; 5) sad; 6) happy.
74 (2) 1. She is with her mother. — She is with her father.
2. She is waiting for her cousin. — She is waiting for her grandmother.
3. Jane is listening to the radio. — Jane is waiting for her granny.
4. Jane’s father is having a big box in his hands. — Jane’s father is having flowers in his hands.
5. Jane is so sad when she sees her grandmother. — Jane is so happy when she sees her grandmother.
75 (3) Jane was at the airport with her father. There were many people there. Jane was waiting for her grandmother. The plane arrived on time. Here came Mrs Tame. Jane and her father were happy to see her.
Jane and Mr Tame: Hello, dear! Nice to see you!
Granny: Hello! I’m so happy to see you!
Jane: How was the trip?
Granny: It was fantastic.
Jane: Do you like travelling by plane?
Granny: Yes, 1 do. It’s very fast.
Mr Tame: It is the fastest way of travelling.
Granny: Oh, yes. It takes you only three hours and a half to get from London Gatwick to Boryspil Airport.
Mr Tame: And I like travelling by car.
|1||interesting||more interesting||the most interesting|
|2||comfortable||more comfortable||the most comfortable|
|3||fantastic||more fantastic||the most fantastic|
|4||beautiful||more beautiful||the most beautiful|
|5||expensive||more expensive||the most expensive|
Travelling by train is more comfortable than travelling by bike. Travel ling by plane is the most expensive. Ship is the most interesting way of travelling.
76(3) 1) a; 2) b; 3) b; 4) b.
76 (4) Where do you live? How do you get to school? How long docs it take you to get there? How do you travel around the city?
76 (1) 1. The bank is between the supermarket and the souvenir shop.
2. The library is above the souvenir shop.
3. The hotel is to the left of the railway station.
4. The cafe is to the right of the railway station.
5. The bank is opposite the fountain.
6. The fountain is in the middle of the square.
77 (2) 1. There are a lot of banks in my city.
2. There is a big supermarket near my house.
3. A library is next to my school.
4. The hotel is in the centre of the city.
5. There aren’t many good cafes in my city.
6. There is a museum opposite the supermarket.
77 (3) Ann: Do you often read books?
You: Yes, I do.
Ann: Is there a library in your town / village?
You: Yes, it is.
Ann: Where is it?
You: It is near my school.
Ann: Do you buy books in the bookshop?
You: Yes, I do.
Ann: Where is the bookshop in the place where you live?
You: It is right opposite a small pizza club.
78 (1) 1. The stadium is opposite the souvenir shop.
2. The sport and leisure centre is between the kindergarten and the stadium.
3. The sport and leisure centre is opposite the bank.
4. The museum is opposite the railway station.
5. The playground is next to the kindergarten.
6. The souvenir shop is below the library.
78 (2) 1. Jane is going to buy some tickets at the ticket office.
2. Jane is going to do some sport in the playground.
3. Jane is going to take her cousin home.
4. Jane is going to exchange some money at a bank.
5. Jane is going to have something for a snack.
6. Jane is going to watch some paintings at the museum.
3. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form.
1) didn’t take; 2) saw; 3) are going to visit; 4) Are ... looking for; 5) is arriving; 6) do sport.
Ann: Dou you like travelling?
You: Yes, I do.
Ann: How do you usually spend time in a new place?
You: I visit interesting places and take photos.
Ann: Where do you usually buy souvenirs?
You: In a souvenir shop.
Ann: Which places can you visit?
You: I can visit theatres, cinemas, museums, cafes and shops.
Ann: Where can you have your lunch?
You: In a cafe or a restaurant.
1. Write the three forms of the words given below.
80 (2) 1. Steve doesn’t know a lot of interesting stories. Does Steve know a lot of interesting stories?
2. Dan's parents don’t buy him many balloons for the birthday party. Do Dan’s parents buy him many balloons for the birthday party?
3. The weather wasn’t nice yesterday. Was the weather nice yesterday?
3. Look at the map and complete the dialogue.
A: Excuse me. Can you help me?
B: Yes, please.
A: Is there a supermarket near here?
B: I don’t think so. It’s too far from here. What are you looking for?
A: I’d like to buy something for a snack.
B: There is a good cafe in Market Street. Walk along the High Street. The cafe is on your right. And if you go further along Market Street, you’ll see a supermarket.
A: Thank you.
B: You are welcome.
1. Look at the photos and write what places Jane is going to visit in London.
1. Jane is going to visit Trafalgar Square.
2. Jane is going to visit the River Thames.
3. Jane is going to visit a clock tower (Big Ben).
4. Jane is going to visit Tower Bridge.
2. Look at the photos. Write questions to ask your friend about London. Start them with Is there ...? Are there ...?
1. Is there a big park in London?
2. Is there a zoo in London?
3. Are there any bridges in London?
4. Is there a museum in London?
5. Are there any double-deckers in London?
6. Are there any taxis on the streets of London?
83 (3) To: Sam
From: ... (your name)
I am going to visit London this summer. You know, it is a very big and beautiful city. I am going to spend two weeks in London and visit the most famous sights there.
I want to visit Big Ben, Tower Bridge, Trafalgar Square, museums and some beautiful old buildings. I am also going to go shopping there. I am going to see the River Thames with lots of bridges.
It is going to be an exciting trip.
84(1) Bridge, zoo, square, fountain, monument, column, museum, cathedral, palace.
1. There is a monument to Bohdan Khmelnytskyi in Kyiv.
2. There are a lot of bridges over the river Dnipro.
3. There is a big zoo in Kyiv.
4. There are a lot of museums in the city.
84 (2) 1) were not; 2) were not; 3) was not; 4) were not; 5) were.
3. Complete a dialogue with this / that and those.
At the Zoo
Ann: What are those buildings?
Dan: They are the places where the animals live in winter.
Ann: What’s this? It looks nice.
Dan: Mmm... I think this is the place where monkeys live.
Ann: Look, those people are looking at them. Aren’t they funny?
Dan: Yes, but look at that woman over there.
Ann: Which woman? Oh, that is my mum. She is looking for us.
1. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form.
1. The weather was rainy two days ago.
2. The boys are playing computer games now.
3. They help their parents on Sundays.
4. Meg doesn't watch TV every day.
5. Listen! Stephen is reciting a poem.
6. She isn’t driving a car now.
7. Our family often goes to the seaside in summer.
8. There is a new supermarket in our town.
1. A: Excuse me. Can you help me?
B: Yes, please.
A: Is there a souvenir shop near here?
B: A souvenir shop? Oh, yes. It’s in the High Street. Walk along the street and turn right. Then walk three blocks to the traffic lights and cross the street. The souvenir shop is between the Post Office and the Town Museum.
A: Thank you.
B: You are welcome.
2. A: How do I get to the Railway station?
B: Turn left and go along Park Road. Turn right at the Sport and Leisure Centre and go along Station Street. Cross this street. This place is opposite the restaurant.
86 (3) I live in a big city. In the past it was a small town. Now there are a lot of cars and buses. In the past there were no cars. There are a lot of shops and cafes in my street. In the past there was only one shop and some buildings. I like my city.