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Unit 1. Time for School

Lesson 1

р. 9, ex. 2. Say if it is true or false.

a. Taras lives in Lviv — false
b. He is eleven — true
с. Taras hasn’t got a pet — true
d. He has got two best friends — true
e. Ihor is from Lviv — false
f. Dan has got a dog — true

p. 9, ex. 3. Find in the text the word/phrase that means:

a) a mother, a father, a sister, a grandmother
b) a boxer, a dalmatian
c) Taras is crazy about dogs
d) Ukraine
e) Kyiv, Lviv

p. 11, ex. 2. Read about Taras and Pam again. Tick the true sentences.

1. Pamis from England — true
2. Taras is ten and a half — false
3. Kyiv is in Ukraine — true
4. Taras has got a dog — false
5. Pam has got a cat — true
6. Ginger has got a computer — false
7. Taras’s friends have got small dogs — false
8. Pam’s friends are all girls — false

p. 11, ex. 3 Ask your partner to close the book and answer the questions.

a) Taras is eleven.
b) Pam is from England.
c) Taras is from a big city. Pam is from a small town.
d) Ginger is Pam’s cat.
e) Taras has got a big family: a mother, a father, a sister and a grandma. Pam has got a small family: only mum.
f) Pam has got a cat.

p. 11, ex. 4. Work in pairs. Complete the interview with Pam / Taras.

What’s your name? My name is Pam/ Taras.
Where are you from? I’m from Kyiv/ Windsor.
Are you eleven? Yes, I’m eleven. / No, Pm ten and a half.
Have you got a big family? Yes, I have got mother, father, sister and grandma. / No, I have got just mom.
Have you got a cat? No, I haven’t got a pet. / Yeas, I have got a cat Ginger.
How many friends have you got? I’ve got two best friends. / I’ve got a lot of friends: Alice and Linda, Ivy and Jill, Adam and David.

p. 12, ex. 1. Choose the correct pronoun.

1. His name is John.
2. He is new in my class.
3. I am 10 years old.
4. How old are they?
5. They are friends.
6. We are pupils.
7. Her mum is a teacher.
8. Their house is nice.
9. My bag is green.

p. 13, ex. 2. Complete the sentences with the long form.

1. They’re from Ukraine. — They are from Ukraine.
2. She isn’t at home. — She is not at home.
3. We’re not students. — We are not students.
4. They aren’t here. — They are not here.
5. What’s your name? — What is your name?
6. How’s Bill? — How is Bill?|
7. Who’s here today? — Who is here today?
8. What’s your father? — What is your father?
9). Where’s our teacher? Where is our teacher?
10. She’s outdoors now. — She is outdoors now.

p. 13, ex. 3. Match the words with correct pronouns (a-f).

1. Olga and I — c) We
2. John and you — a) You
3. Bill and Tom — d) They
4. Linda — f) She
5. Pam’s bag — b) It
6. Victor — e) He

p. 13, ex. 4. Replace the words in bold with the correct pronouns.

1. Betty is 10 years old. — She is 10 years old.
2. Ann and Mary are classmates. — They are classmates.
3. How old is Max? — How old is he?
4. Mark is a new pupil.— He is a new pupil.
5. Julie and I are friends. — We are friends.
6. Ginger is a cat. — It is a cat.
7. How is Tina? — How is she?
8. You and Bill are on duty today. — You are on duty today.

p. 14, ex. 1. Think about Taras and Pam, then say whose these words are.

Taras’s words:
We’ll talk about it tomorrow.
I’ve got a big family.
I haven’t got a pet.

Pam’s words:
My cat is nice.
I haven’t got a big family.
I’m not lonely.
I’m fond of computers.

p. 14, ex. 2. Work in pairs. Look, ask and answer.

A: Where is Olha from?
B: She’s from Ukraine.
A: How old is she?
B: She is 16.
A: Where is she now?
B: She is id India.
A: What does she like?
B: She likes yoga.

A: Where is Voitsek from?
B: He’s from Poland.
A: How old is he?
B: He is 11.
A: Where is he now?
B: He is in Ukraine.
A: What does he like?
B: He likes travelling.

A: Where is Carl from?
B: He is from Germany.
A: How old is he?
B: He is 18.
A: Where is he now?
B: He is in the USA.
A: What does he like?
B: He likes American English.

p. 14, ex. 3. Work in pairs. Match answers with questions, then act out the interview.

1. What’s your name? — d) Bill.
2. Where are you from? — a) Canada.
3. How old are you? — e) Nineteen.
4. Have you got a Ukrainian friend? — b) Yes, I have.
5. What’s his/her name? — f) It is a girl. Her name is Oksana.
6. Why are you in Ukraine now? — c) I like travelling.

p. 15, ex. 4 a) Listen to the rap, then answer the questions. 

Her name is Emily.
She would like to have 6 animals: a frog, a hamster, a dog, a sheep, a mouse and a horse.

p. 15. Writing

This is Bill.
He is from Liverpool.
He is eleven.
He hasn’t got a big family.
He has got a dog.
He has got one best friend Robin.

This is Sally.
She is from Oxford.
She is ten.
She has got a big family.
She has got two pets: a cat and a parrot.
She has got three best friends: Tom, Angela and Megan.

Lesson 2

p. 17, ex. 2. Say if the statements are true or false.

1. False 2. False 3. True 4. True. 5. False.

p. 17, ex. 3. Match questions with answers.

1. How old is David? — c) He is ten and a half.
2. What is he good at? — e) Gymnastics and Art.
3. Who is David’s best friend? — d) Adam.
4. Who has got curly hair? — b) David.
5. Are they a big class? — f) No, they aren’t.
6. Have they got many friends? — a) Yes, they have.

p. 17, ex. 4. Read and match.

1. a; 2. c; 3.b.

p. 18, ex. 6. Answer the questions.

1. Tom is the best Bill’s friend.
2. They usually play football together.
3. Lisa is behind Bill’s friend.
4. Their names are Mark, Mary and Bill.
5. They have got the same T-shirts.
6. Lisa has got a big red and green pencil case.
7. Tom has got a big dictionary.
8. The fish is called Fred.
9. He must feed Fred.

p. 19, ex. 1. Read about Bill's class again and write out sentences with the object pronouns.

Look at him.
Other boys watch us when we play. Behind him is Lisa.
I often talk to them.
Do you like it?
I must feed it.

p. 19, ex. 2. Choose the correct pronoun.

1. Don’t ask them. They don’t know the answer.
2. I don’t understand this. Can you help me, please?
3. She is very friendly and everyone likes her.
4. We must get up early. Please, wake us up at seven.
5. Can you give Jane and me some ice-cream, please?
6. Where’s Anna? I can’t see her anywhere.
7. Look at them. They are all wearing school uniforms.
8. He is a very good sportsman. I really like watching him on TV.

p. 19, ex. 3. Choose the correct pronoun.

1. He’s got new fell-tip pens. He uses them to draw.
2. We’re in the classroom. There are piles of books in front of us.
3. She’s playing with a ball. She’s holding it in her hands now.

p. 20, ex. 4. Fill in the gaps with 'have got' or 'has got'.

1. Marta has got a parrot.
2. Bill and Dan have got pets at home.
3. My mum has got long hair.
4. I have got a computer in my room.
5. My grandparents have got a house.

p. 20, ex. 5. Make five sentences about David's class.

David is ten and a half.
David has got a friend.
Adam is a computer wizard.
They have got pen-friends.
They are special.
They are members of a club.

p. 20, ex. 6. Fill in gaps with 'have' or 'has', then answer the questions.

1. Have you got a friend? — Yes, I have.
2. Has your mum got straight hair? — Yes, she has. / No, she hasn’t.
3. Have your parents got two children? — Yes, they have. / No, they haven’t.
4. Has your friend got a dog? — Yes, lie/she has. / No, he/she hasn’t.
5. Have your grandparents got many grandchildren? — Yes, they have. / No, they haven’t.

p. 21, ex. 2. Use the 'Remember' box and the clocks below to ask each other the time as in the examples.

1. What time is it, please? It’s half past five.
2. Excuse me, what’s the time, please? It’s quarter to six.
3. What time is it, please? It’s quarter to seven.
4. Excuse me, what’s the time, please? It’s half past eight.
5. What time is it, please? It’s three o’clock.
6. What time is it, please? It’s quarter past nine.

p. 22, ex. 5. Work in pairs. Ask your partner to remember about David's class and answer the questions.

1. David is ten and a half.
2. David has got long hair.
3. Adam is tall.
4. David is good at Gymnastics.
5. Adam is good at Maths.
6. Adam is a computer wizard.

p. 23, ex. 1. Read and guess the missing words.

My name is Ihor. My friends say I mu a computer wizard, but I am not very good at English. I found your e-mail on the Internet. I go to school in Kyiv. I love it, but I love Lviv more. My granddad lives there. It is the best town in the world. It has got beautiful old houses. Have you got any Ukrainian pen-friends? You can write to me in English.

Hope 2 hear from u, llior.

p. 23, ex. 2. Imagine you want to have an e-mail friend. Write an e-mail to kids.world@com.gb in your notebook.

Hi there!

I am Taras. I am from Ukraine, Kharkiv. I am not very good at English but I do all possible to know it better. That’s why I am here. I am looking for an e-mail friend. Where are you from? Have you ever been to Ukraine? Hope 2 hear from u, Taras.

p. 24, ex. 1a). Imagine there is a new pupil in your class. Think of the questions you can ask him.

How old are you?
What are you hobbies?
Why are you here?
How many friends do you have?

p. 25, ex. 5. Complete the sentences with correct pronouns.

1. Diana’s my best friend. I see her almost every day.
2. Hi, my name is Iryna. I’m good at Maths and a lot of my classmates want to sit with me.
3. Tim: I must go home now. Can I call you later?
Jenny: OK. Call me at five o’clock.
4. My cat likes playing in the garden. Can you see it over there?
5. There’s John. Look at him.
6. Mum, where are my history books? I can’t find them.
7. Twin sisters: Hey, Clara, we are working on our geography project. Can you come and help us?
Clara: Yes, sure.

p. 25, ex. 6. Get to know your classmate better.

My classmate’s name is Sonia. She is 10 years old. She is short. She has got long blond hair and blue eyes. She has got a brother. Her favourite sport is tennis. Her favourite lesson is Art.

Lesson 3

p. 26, ex. 2. Look at the messages on the notice board and find:

4 school subjects — English, Science, PE, History;
5 days of the week — Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Tuesday, Thursday;
phone number — 05093727; website address — www.greenhill.school.eu

p. 26, ex. 3. Answer the questions.

1. Science Class is in Room 21.
2. They go to the History Museum on Wednesday, 7th.
3. No, there isn’t. There isn’t PE lesson today.
4. Yes, lean.
5. They should bring their dictionaries.
6. On school website you can find information about our school, teachers, photo album and school calendar.

p. 27, ex. 2. Continue the chain.

Even numbers: two, four, six, eight, ten, twelve, fourteen, sixteen, eighteen, twenty.
Odd numbers: one, three, five, seven, nine, eleven, thirteen, fifteen, seventeen, nineteen.

p. 27, ex. 3. Match.

1. five hundred and twenty-six — c) 526
2. ninety-four — d) 94
3. seventeen — e) 17
4. one thousand — b) 1000
5. eleven — a) 11

p. 28, ex. 2. Listen and read about Adam's favourite subject and say what the best mark in English school is.

1. Adam’s favourite subject is Maths.
2. Adam’s favourite numbers are six and twenty-two.
3. In some countries number five is very popular.
4. In the UK students get letters at school.
5. Swots are good students.
6. No, there isn’t.
7. Only three students have got an “A” in Maths.
8. Yes, he is, but girls shout ‘sweatyswotty’ and it sometimes hurts.

p. 30, ex. 1. Complete the sentences as in the example.

1. Stella is short but Rita is shorter. Rita is shorter than Stella.
2. Tom’s kitten is little but Ben’s puppy is less. Ben’s puppy is less than Tom’s kitten.
3. My bag is big but your bag is bigger. Your bag is bigger than my bag.
4. I am good at English but you are better. You are better at English than me.
5. Pete is a bright pupil but Sam is brighter. Sam is brighter than Pete.

p. 30, ex. 2. Fill in with correct forms of the adjectives from the box.

1. I don’t like this book. This book is more boring than that one.
2. I liked his story. His story is more interesting than my story.
3. I am not good at Maths. Maths is more difficult for me than English.
4. Pupils love their English teacher. She is more popular than History teacher.
5. It is more normal to say “goodbye” and go home than to go home without saying it.

p. 30, ex. 3. Read the lists of the most popular and least popular subjects at one of English schools.

1. English is less popular than PE but more popular than IT.
2. IT is more popular than Art.
3. Music is less popular than IT.
4. German is more popular than History.
5. Music is less popular than Craft, but more popular than History.
6. Science is less popular than Maths.

p. 32, ex. 2. Say if it is true or false.

1. False; 2. False; 3. True; 4. False; 5. True; 6. False.

p. 33, ex. 1. Think about your favourite subjects. Copy and answer three questions in your notebook.

1. My favourite subject is PE.
2. My least favourite subject is Maths.
3. I have Maths four times a week.
4. English, PE, Nature Studies, IT, Maths.
5. Sonia is number one among my friends because she is very clever.

Lesson 4

p. 34, ex. 2. Read and guess the words in the letter below.

Dear David!

We are doing an English test.

I love English, especially the Alphabet song. I love sounds P, T, K. They are very special. They are like little explosions. I hate the letter “H”. It makes my life difficult. Listen to this: which witch has got three trees in the garden? Three, a tree, which, a witch. Think of the words: Thank you, and Thursday and bath. Terrible!

Yours, Taras

p. 35, ex. 3. Answer the questions. 

1. Yes, he is.
2. Ihor knows about four hundred English words.
3. No, he isn’t.
4. He hates the letter “H”, because it makes his life difficult.

p. 36, ex. 1b) Listen to the phone call and say why the girl asks Ian Ashton to play some computer games with her.

The girls asks Ian Ashton to play some computer games with her because her mum is not at home.

p. 36, ex. 2. Copy the questions and answer them in your notebook.

1. Pam. 2. Ian. 3. Ian’s mum. 4. Ian 5. Ian. 6. Pam.

p. 37, ex. 6. Read, guess and match. What do the letters stand for?

The United States of America — USA
The United Kingdom — UK
disk jockey — DJ
compact disk — CD
personal computer — PC
New York — NY
Save our souls! — SOS

p. 38, ex. 1. Read some sentences you can often hear in your English class. Divide them into two columns: column 'T' is for a teacher and column 'P' is for a pupil.

Teacher Pupil
Who is absent?
Open your books on page 8, please!
Who wants to read?
Thank you.
Copy this into your notebooks!
Be quiet, please!

May I go out?
What do we have for homework?
Here you are.
How do you say “бджола” in English?
Can you say that again, please?
I’ve finished!
Sorry, I’m late.
Thank you.
What does “difficult” mean?

p. 38, ex. 3a) Write the missing sentences.

1. T: You’ve got five minutes to finish this task.
P: I’ve finished.
T: Already? Let me see.

2. T: I would like to see your notebook, Ted.
P: Here you are.
T: This is very nice and tidy. Well done, Ted.

3. T: Yes, Ted, what is it?
P: May I go out?
T: Yes, but hurry back.

4. T: Your homework is on page 8, exercise 2.
P: Can you say that again, please?
T: Of course. Your homework is on page 8, exercise 2.

5. T: What is small, and sometimes dangerous, but gives honey?
P: How do you say “бджола” in English?
T: A bee.
P: The answer is a bee.
T: That’s correct. Now another riddle.

6. T: Who is absent?
P: Steve Martin, Jessica White, Tania Wild...
T: Knock, knock.
P: Good morning! Sorry, I’m late.
T: Come in, Ted.

p. 39, ex. 4. Say why you learn English. Use the ideas below.

I learn English because I want to write e-mails in English.
I learn English because I want to be good at English.
I learn English because I want to travel to other countries.
I learn English because I want to speak over the phone to people from other countries.
I learn English because I want to make presentations in English.
I learn English because I want to watch films in English.
I learn English because I want to read English books.
I learn English because I want to sing English songs.
I learn English because I want to work and play with a computer.

p. 40, ex. 2. Match and think of more examples.

1. Nouns — a question, apples, a book, a bee, cats.
2. Pronouns — I, me, he, us, they, we, she, their.
3. Verbs — to speak, to see, to read, to write, to play.
4. Adjectives — lazy, high, cold, interesting, bad, good.
5. Prepositions — in, behind, on, at, under, between.

p. 41, ex. 1. Read a page from Andrew’s diary. Complete the sentences. Use the words on the left.

My English lessons are interesting.
My new English book is good.
The pictures are funny.
The grammar is not very difficult.
My teacher is very helpful.
She is nice.
I want more homework,

p. 42, ex. 1. Complete with the words from the box. Use the degrees of comparison and put the adjectives into correct forms.

This is my class 5A. It is the best class in the whole school. I have a lot of friends. Pete is my best friend. We are both tall, but he is a bit taller than me. There are 12 boys and 13 girls. All girls are very pretty, but Jenny is the most beautiful. She has got longer hair than Betty. I think she likes me. John and Tom are very good at football. John is the friendliest boy in the class. My favourite subject is Science, but I’m worse than Kate. We always work and study together. I would like to be like my father. He is the most intelligent person I know.

p. 42, ex. 2. Match.

Eleventh — 11th fifty-third — 53rd first — 1st twenty-fourth — 24th sixty-second — 62nd hundredth — 100th

p. 42, ex. 3. Guess the subjects (1-10). Say what you do in these lessons.

1. IT
2. Geography
3. Art
4. History
5. English
6. Maths
7. Science
8. PE
9. Music
10. Craft

In IT we learn how to use the computer.
In Geography we read about countries all over the world.
In Art we draw and paint.
In History we discuss how people lived in the past.
In English we study English words, phrases and grammar.
In Maths we use numbers and calculations.
In Science we learn about animals, plants and a human body.
In PE we play different sports.

p. 43, ex. 5. Write a short report about your school life. The questions above can help you. Start like this.

I have got 15 subjects. My timetable is OK because there are not many subjects a day. I’m good at English, but I’m bad at Maths. My form teacher is Maria Ivanivna. She is also my favourite teacher.


p. 45, ex. 2. Choose the correct sentence

1. b) The mother-cat is wise.
2. b) All the cats live upstairs.
3. b) Every morning the kittens go to the primary school.
4. b) The kittens don’t like to go to school.
5. b) Cats and dogs speak different languages.

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