Unit 6. Special Days

Lesson 1

1. Write the ordinal numbers as words.

1st — first 11th — eleventh 21st — twenty-first
2nd — second 12th — twelfth 22nd — twenty-second
3rd — third 13th — thirteenth 23rd — twenty-third
4th — fourth 14th — fourteenth 24th — twenty-fourth
5th — fifth 15th — fifteenth 25th— twenty-fifth
6th — sixth 16th — sixteenth 26th — twenty-sixth
7th — seventh 17th — seventeenth 27th — twenty-seventh
8th — eighth 18th — eighteenth 28th — twenty-eighth
9th — ninth 19th — nineteenth 29th — twenty-ninth
10th — tenth 20th — twentieth 30th — thirtieth

2. Write the dates as words.
A: What’s the date today?
B: It’s the thirtieth of November.

A: What’s the date today?
B: It’s the twenty-ninth of May.

A: What’s the date today?
B: It’s the third of October.

A: What’s the date today?
B: It’s the twentieth of March.

A: What’s the date today?
B: It’s the second of August.

3. Look and write the numbers. Write sentences about the months of the year as in the example.
8 — August; 2 — February; 3 — March; 9 — September; 10 — October; 7 — July; 4 — April; 11 — November; 5 — May; 12 — December; 6 — June; 1 — January.
1. January is the first month of the year.
2. February is the second month of the year.
3. March is the third month of the year.
4. April is the fourth month of the year.
5. May is the fifth month of the year.
6. June is the sixth month of the year.
7. July is the seventh month of the year.
8. August is the eighth month of the year.
9. September is the ninth month of the year.
10. October is the tenth month of the year.
11. November is the eleventh month of the year.
12. December is the twelfth month of the year.

89 (4) 1. Olesia’s birthday is on the tenth of April.
2. Mark’s birthday is on the sixth of March.
3. Olha’s birthday is on the fifteenth of February.
4. Alex’s birthday is on the twenty-sixth of June.
5. Maggie’s birthday is on the third of October.
6. Denys’ birthday is on the twenty-first of November.

p. 90, ex. 5. Draw a picture and write when your family members have got their birthdays.
My dad’s birthday is on the seventh of February. My mum's birthday is on the twenty-sixth of October. My brother’s birthday is on the thirteenth of June My birthday is on the eleventh of July.

Lesson 2

p. 90, ex. 1. Look and write what family celebrations people can have.
A birthday party; a sporting victory; a wedding; a tea party.
1. We often celebrate birthday parties in our family.
2. We do not celebrate a sporting victory in our family.
3. We sometimes celebrate weddings in our family.
4. We usually have tea parties in our family.

3. Look at the posters and write as in the example.
1. The British celebrate Father’s Day on the third Sunday of June. Children decorate the house and give greeting cards and presents to their fathers. Ii is a happy family celebration.
2. The Americans celebrate Independence Day on the fourth of July. People celebrate it with parades, fireworks and picnics. All the American people like this holiday.

Lesson 3

92 (1) Regular Verbs: to collect — collected — collected; to help — helped helped; to cook — cooked — cooked; to start — started — started; to watch watched — watched.
Irregular Verbs: to make— made— made; to put— put— put, to buy — bought — bought; to lay — laid — laid; to be — was, were — been, to do — did — done.

92 (2) 1) have; 2) has; 3) have; 4) Has; 5) Has; 6) Have.

92 (3) 1. Who did you invite to the tea party?
2. When did the party start?
3. Was there a cake on the table?
4. Who laid the table?
5. Was it a nice party?

Lesson 4

p. 93, ex. 1. Find, draw lines and write as in the example.
Wash the floor; sing a song; make a funny video; write a letter.
1. My mum sometimes washes the floor.
My mum has already washed the floor.
2. My mum usually sings songs.
My mum has just sung a song.
3. My brother often makes funny videos.
My brother has already made a funny video.
4. I often write letters to my cousin.
I have already written a letter to my cousin.

p. 93, ex. 2. Underline the correct word and write negative sentences.
1. My friend and I played tennis yesterday.
My friend and I didn’t play tennis yesterday.
2. My mum made a delicious pie two days ago.
My mum didn’t make a delicious pie two days ago.
3. He showed her my secret place.
He didn’t show her my secret place.
4. My dad was a baker. He baked tasty bread.
My dad wasn’t a baker. He didn’t bake tasty bread.
5. Yesterday I added a new friend to my contact list.
Yesterday I didn’t add a new friend to my contact list.
6. Last month my parents wanted to buy a car but they didn’t have enough money.
Last month my parents didn’t want to buy a car because they didn’t have enough money.

94 (3) Write questions and negative sentences in the Present Perfect Tense.
1. Have you played football today?
No, I haven’t. I haven’t played football today.
2. Has Susan already baked a special cake for her mother’s birthday?
No, she hasn’t. Susan hasn’t baked a special cake for her mother’s birthday yet.

94 (4) You are going to celebrate a sporting victory in your family. Complete the Things to Do List. Then draw pictures and write sentences about the things you have already done.
To-do List I need to:
1) clean the room;
2) decorate the house;
3) buy a cake;
4) write a greeting card;
5) lay the table.
1.1 have already cleaned the room.
2.1 have already decorated the house.
3.1 have already bought a cake.
4.1 have already written a greeting card.

Lesson 5

95 (1) 1. The Smiths are going to celebrate Frank and Jenny’s wedding on the First of July.
2. The Smiths are going to celebrate Nigel's birthday on the sixteenth of September.
3. The Smiths are going to celebrate Hunter’s birthday on the eighteenth of September.
4. The Smiths are going to celebrate Olivia’s birthday on the thirtieth of July.
5. The Smiths are going to celebrate mum's birthday on the thirteenth of December.

96 (2) 1. The children have already put on wonderful costumes.
2. The children have already talked to some friends.
3. The children have already laughed.
4. The children have already sung songs.
5. The children have already danced.
6. The children have already played games.

96 (3) Sue: Have you received the invitation to Chloe's birthday yet?
You: Yes, I have.
Sue: How old is she?
You: She is eight.
Sue: When is she going to celebrate?
You: She is going to celebrate it on Saturday, the seventeenth of December
Sue: What are you going to wear?
You: I'm going to wear my favourite pyjamas.
Sue: What are you going to eat there?
You: We are going to eat pizza and popcorn.
Sue: Have you replied to her by phone?
You: Yes, I have.

Lesson 6

97(1)
1. You can use pencils (олівці) to draw a poster.
2. People use camera (фотоапарат) to take photographs.
3. My classmate uses balloons (повітряні кульки) to decorate the room.
4. We use camcorder (відеокамеру) to make a video.
5. They use vacuum cleaner (пилосос) to vacuum the carpet.
6. I use dishwasher (посудомийну машину) to wash up the dishes.

97(2)
1. Where did Nick live?
2. How did you spend your money?
3. Why were you tired?
4. Did you travel by train or by plane?
5. What did she do in the garden?

98 (3) To: Sam
For: ... (your name)
Date: the first of April Place: school hall Time: at 4 p.m.

Lesson 7

98 (1) 1. She has written postcards, but she hasn’t sent postcards yet.
2. They have bought food, but they haven’t made a cake yet.
3. They have drawn a newspaper, but they haven’t put up a newspaper on the wall yet.
4. She has bought a new dress, but she hasn’t bought a new pair of shoes yet.
5. He has learnt the words of the song, but he hasn’t learnt a poem yet.
6. She has brought ribbons, but she hasn’t brought balloons yet.

99 (2) Every school has its own traditions. These are the holidays we celebrate and the parties we organise at school.

Ann and Dan are going to have the Ribbon Festival in their school next Friday. All the boys and girls are going to wear colourful bright ribbons that day. The pupil who has the most beautiful costume is going to be the King or the Queen at the fancy dress party. Children are going to perform a new play, sing songs and recite funny poems.

Children think it’s the best holiday for all the pupils and teachers at school.

Lesson 8

p. 100, ex. 1. Look at the pictures. Write sentences in the Present Simple, Past Simple and Future Simple Tenses.
1. The boy recites a poem.
The boy recited a poem.
The boy will recite a poem.
2. It is a small school zoo.
It was a small school zoo.
It will be a small school zoo.
3. The boys fix chairs.
The boys fixed chairs.
The boys will fix chairs.

p. 100, ex. 2. Write the following sentences in the Present Perfect Tense.
1. Liz has already told her classmates about her family.
2. The Parkers have already moved to a village.
3. Meg has already read about Colchester Castle.
4. The children have just decorated the school assembly hall.

p. 101, ex. 3. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form.
1) has already made;
2) is going to celebrate;
3) visit;
4) are drawing;
5) sang;
6) am going to wear.

p. 101, ex. 4. Draw a picture and write about the holiday you are going to celebrate with your family / class soon. Use the structure to be going to do something.
My family is going to celebrate Mother’s Day. We are going to decorate the living room and to make greeting cards for our mum. We are going to recite a poem and to sing songs. Our father is going to buy flowers and to buy a tasty cake. It is a very nice holiday.


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