Unit 3. Let’s Celebrate!
p. 52 ex. 1. Match.
1. Shall I help? 2. Shall I go shopping? 3. Shall I buy a present?
p. 52 ex. 2. Look and write as in the example.
For a hot dog you need a sausage and some bread.
For pizza you need two tomatoes, some cheese and some sausages. For an apple pie you need some butter, some flour, some eggs, some milk and some sugar.
p. 53 ex. 3. Look and write as in the example.
There are some mushrooms. There is some sausage. There is some flour. There is some milk. There are two bottles of lemonade.
p. 54 ex. 1. Match.
a carton of juice; a bag of flour; a bottle of Coca-Cola; a pack of eggs; a bar of chocolate; a jar of jam.
p. 54 ex. 2. You are going to cook pizza. Write a shopping list.
some flour; some mushrooms; some onions; some sausage; an egg; some tomatoes; some butter; some salt; some tomato paste.
p. 54 ex. 3. Complete the dialogue. Then act it out with your classmate.
A: Can I help you? What do you want?
A: That’s ten pounds.
A: Anything else?
A: Here are your beets, but we don’t have any cabbages.
B: ... how much are they?
A: They are 23 pounds.
p. 55 ex. 4. Solve the crossword.
1. a pack; 2. bar; 3. bag; 4. jar; 5. can; 6. carton.
p. 56 ex. 1. Choose and fill in.
many; much; much; much; many; many.
p. 56 ex. 2. Look and ask in written form.
How much are these trousers (jeans)?
How much is this disc?
How much are these books?
How much are these boots?
How much is this cake?
p. 57 ex. 3. How much is it?
1. 50p; 4. 60£; 2. 90p; 5. 40£; 3. 35p; 6. 70£.
p. 59. ex. 1. Complete the text with the words from the box.
special day; invitation cards; some presents; cake; a fruit salad; decorations; balloons.
p. 60 ex. 2. Describe the picture.
This is the English Class Party. I can see four pupils making party decorations. There is a big party cake. There are some presents on one chair. There is a pot of popcorn on the second chair. There are some fruit on the other chair. There are some balloons under the table and over the table. There are some bottles of Cola, sandwiches, invitation cards, scissors, pens, pencils and crayons on the table.
p. 61 ex. 3. Read the email and write about your favourite party (day).
My name is Masha. I live in Ukraine. I am nine years old. I am in Year 4. My favourite day is New Year. We send greeting cards to our relatives and friends. My father always buys a New Year Tree and we decorate it with toys, balloons and lights. Father Frost brings presents and puts them under the New Year Tree.
We have a big party with the family. New Year is a great holiday! Taras.
p. 62 ex. 1. Label the things in the shop.
bookmark; teddy; mug; double-decker; postcard.
p. 62 ex. 2. Read dialogue 1. Complete dialogue 2.
— ....— Hello.
— .... — Can I have this.
— .... — How much is it?
— .... — Here you are.
— .... — Goodbye.
p. 63 ex. 3. Sort out the words.
p. 63 ex. 4. Look and write as in the example.
2. How much is this soap? — It is three pounds twenty-five pence.
2. How much are these jeans? — They are sixty-two pounds.
2. How much are these sweets? — They are nineteen pounds fifteen pence.
4. How much is this book? — It is seven pounds twenty-five pence.
p. 64, ex. 1. Which is the first month of the year? Which is the second, the third... ? Make a list of all the months.
February is the second month. March is the third month. April is the fourth month. May is the fifth month. June is the sixth month. July is the seventh month. August is the eighth month. September is the ninth month. October is the tenth month. November is the eleventh month. December is the twelfth month.
p. 64, ex. 2. Answer the questions.
1. It is March. 2. It is April. 3. It is winter. 4. It is January. 5. It is September. 6. It is September.
p. 65, ex. 3. Complete with the words from the box.
national; customs; at; parades; fireworks; greetings.
p. 66, ex. 1b) Write.
1. The party is on Tuesday, June 6.
2. The party is in Mary’s garden.
3. They need to bring fruit.
4. The children will dance, sing and have fun.
p. 67 ex. 2. Complete the invitation.
Dear Mandy; Come to the Class Party; When: on Tuesday, October 4; Time: at half past six; Where: at Bill’s house; Bring juice and a present; We will have fun! From Jane and Mark.
p. 68 ex. 3. Write.
End-of-year-Party. Come to the End-of-year-Party! When: On Saturday, May 31. Time: at half past three. Where: at school hall. Bring a cake and Cola. Drink, dance and have a fun. From Simon.
p. 68 ex. 4. Write an invitation card to your birthday party.
your birthday party.Party Invitation. To Mark. Please, come to my birthday party on Sunday, April 16. at half past two 76 Pobeda Avenue. From Mary.
p. 69 ex. 5. Choose and fill in.
1. shall 2. Will 3. Shall; will not; will 4. Will; will.
p. 69 ex. 6. Answer the questions.
1. No, I won’t. 2. Yes, I will. 3. Yes, I will. 4. Yes, I will 5. Yes, I will. 6. Yes, she will. 7. Yes, he will.
p. 70 ex. 2. Choose and fill in.
2. romantic; 3. Christmas tree; 4. favourite; 6. holiday.
p. 71 ex. 3. Answer the questions.
1. No, it isn’t. It is in December.
2. Yes, it is. It is a romantic holiday.
3. Yes, I do. I love New Year very much.
4. Yes, she does. She likes the Mother’s Day very much.
5. Yes, I do. I like decorating a Christmas tree.
6. No, it isn’t. My favourite holiday is New Year.
p. 71 ex. 4. Choose and complete the sentences.
children; is coming; presents; presents; pillows; tradition.
p. 72 ex. 1. Do the crossword. Read the word in blue.
1. pillow; 2. email; 3. fireplace; 4. Santa Claus; 5. Bell; 6. St. Nicholas; 7. List.
p. 72 ex. 2. Fill in with the words from the box.
holidays; celebrate; presents; before; envelopes; after; Christmas; hang; tradition.
p. 73 ex. 3. Look in Pupil’s Book on pp. 92-93 and complete the sentences.
1. to hang children’s stocking above the fireplace.
2. Santa Claus comes at night.
3. puts the presents into the kid’s stockings.
4. to Santa before Christmas.
5. Bring them presents they like.
p. 73 ex. 4. Write your short letter to St. Nicholas.
Dear St Nicholas,
I had good marks this year and helped my mother about the house. Bring me, please a new phone.
Thank you very much!
p. 74 ex. 1. Fill in much or many.
2. many; 3. many; 4. much; 5. many.
p. 74 ex. 2. Look, ask and answer.
2 — some onions; — many; — two.
3 — Can I have some sugar, please? — How much? — one kilo, please.
p. 75 ex. 3. Match to help Vicky make sentences.
I like January because I can celebrate my birthday.
I like April because I can eat the Easter bread and eggs.
I like February because I can make Valentine cards.
I like December because I can get presents from Santa Claus.
I like May because I can write a greeting card to my Mum.