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Unit 5. Time for Discovery

p. 192, Ex. 1

1. You can eat there — a cafe.

2. You can buy things there — a shop.

3. You can watch films there — a cinema.

4. You can see very old things there — a museum.

5. You can keep your money there — a bank.

6. You clap your hands there when you like the show — a theatre.

p. 192, Ex. 3

1. A swimming pool — you can swim there.

2. A hospital — people go there to see a doctor.

3. A park — people like walking there.

4. A zoo — there are a lot of animals there.

5. A monument — you can see tourists around it.

6. A cafe — you can eat there.

7. A playground — children play there.

p. 194, Ex. 6

1. More than five thousand people live in Krashe — false.

2. There is a train station in the centre of the village — false.

3. Some shops and a café are on one side of the square — true.

4. The club is opposite the hotel — .true.

5. People can watch films and concerts in the theatre — false.

6. The village library is in the club — true.

7. There are trees along the streets — true.

8. There are some crossings and traffic lights in the village — true.

p. 196, Ex. 2

1. The children are going to the museum.

2. They are going there on foot.

3. Their teacher, Mr. Southgate, is waiting for them in front of the museum.

4. The museum is in High Street.

5. The science museum is next to the bank.

6. The children are lost. They ask somebody to help them.

7. Luka is an excellent guide.

1. c) 2 b) 3. c) 4. b) 5. a) 6. c) 7. b)

p. 196, Ex. 3

1. The children are in front of the school.

2. They are going to visit the science museum today.

3. Their teacher, Mr. Southgate, is taking them to the museum.

4. They are going to the science museum on foot.

5. No, they can’t. They can’t find the museum.

6. The children ask a stranger to help them.

P. 197 Ex. 5

1. tourist 2. market 3. Souvenirs 4. have lunch or dinner in a small café or in a big restaurant 5. restaurant.

p. 200, Ex. 4 a)

A: I like living in a town. It’s small but it’s got everything you need: a few shops, a post office, a pharmacy, a food market, a restaurant and even a hotel.

B: For me it would be too boring. I’d miss the big supermarkets, museums, galleries, all the people in the street. I just have to live in a big city.

A: I go to work by bus. There’s a bus stop at the end of our street, so I don’t go very far to catch the bus.

B: I go to work by bus too. But I work in a different town, so I have to catch the bus at the bus station in the centre of the town.

p. 200, Ex. 5 a)

We can go by bus or on foot.

Let’s ask somebody to help us.

Excuse me, where is the science museum?

You can’t miss it.

Turn left at the traffic lights.

Go straight.

The museum is next to the bank.

It’s not far from here.

p. 201, Ex. 2

I live in Kharkiv. It is a big city in the northeast of Ukraine. The population of Kharkiv is about two million people. Kharkiv is a beautiful city. There are a lot of monuments, museums, theatres and others places of interest there. Many famous people lived in Kharkiv. Kharkiv is old, it was founded in 1654. I like Kharkiv very much and I am proud of it.

p. 203, Ex. 3

1f, 2b, 3d, 4c, 5g, 6a, 7e.

p. 204, Ex. 4

1. The full name of the UK is the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

2. The UK is situated on the islands to the north-west of Europe.

3. Great Britain consists of three parts.

4. Their names are England, Scotland and Wales.

5. The capital of the country is London.

6 The longest river is the Thames River.

1. The flag of the UK is made up of three crosses — red, white and blue.

2. The flag of the UK is called Union Jack because it unites flags of all parts of the UK.

3. The highest mountain of the UK is Ben Nevis.

4. Ben Nevis is in Scotland.

5. British money is called pounds and their coins are pence.

6. The Queen is the head of the United Kingdom.

p. 205, Ex. 6

1. Taras is in Windsor.

2. He has visited a beautiful castle there.

3. Taras and his friends visit museums and cafes.

4. He has been to London already.

5. He has seen many places of interest there: the Houses of Parliament, St Paul’s Cathedral, London Eye and many others.

6. Taras has taken a lot of pictures.

7. He has bought many souvenirs.

p. 206, Ex. 1

to be — have been to take — have taken to visit — have visited to come — have come to play — have played to do — have done to make — have made to listen — have listened to open — have opened to meet — have met to buy — have bought to read — have read

p. 206, Ex. 2

1. Ann has just watered the flowers. Ann hasn’t watered the flowers yet.

2. Mum has already gone to her work. Mum hasn’t gone to her work yet.

3. I have already seen this film.

I haven’t seen this film yet.

4. We have just taken the bus.

We haven’t taken the bus yet.

5. Bob has just entered the shop.

Bob hasn’t entered the shop yet.

6. They have already read this book. They haven’t read this book yet.

7. The children have made a present for their mother.

The children haven’t made a present for their mother yet.

p. 207, Ex. 3 b)

I haven’t seen this film yet.

I have never made an article before.

I have already read this magazine.

I have just worked on a computer.

I have already done this work.

I haven’t gone to the forest yet.

I have never written in Japanese before.

p. 207, Ex. 4

1. Have you read the book?

2. Has she written the exercise?

3. Has Mum made a cake?

4. Have you seen a real elephant?

5. Have they taken all the chairs?

6. Have Mile and I done Maths for today?

7. Has a happy smile appeared on his face?

p. 208, Ex. 5

1. Have you ever been to Kyiv?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

2. Have you ever seen Big Ben?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

3. Have you ever met the President? Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

4. Have you ever bought souvenirs? Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

5. Have you ever taken photos?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

6. Have you ever read an interesting book?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

7. Have you ever come late to school? Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

8. Have you ever gone fishing?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

9. Have you ever made a project in English?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

10. Have you ever done morning exercises?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

P. 209, Ex. 2

1. b) 2. b) 3. a) 4. b) 5. b) 6. b) 7. b) 8. a)

9. b) 10. a) 11. a)

p. 210, Ex. 5

Have you ever been to big cities?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

Have you ever spent a lot of money? Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

Have you ever bought souvenirs?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

Have you ever taken photographs? Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t.

Have you ever visited places of interest?

Yes, I have. /No, I haven’t,

p. 213, Ex. 3

1. Englishmen have a sentimental love for things and traditions because they are old. They never throw away old things.

2. No, they don’t. There are fireplaces in many houses of Great Britain, the English people don’t want to have central heating because they don’t want to have changes.

3. The traditional dress of Yeoman Warders has existed since the twelfth century.

4. You can still hear the shouting “Who goes home?” in the Houses of Parliament.

p. 214, Ex. 4

Taras has been to Great Britain. Taras has learnt that Englishmen have a sentimental love for things and traditions because they are old.

The Yeoman-Warders in their traditional dress have existed since the twelfth century.

Many customs have remained in the United Kingdom.

Taras has heard the shouting “Who goes home?”. Taras has understood that Great Britain is the land of old customs and traditions.

I have been to London. I have seen a lot of interesting places there: Big Ben, London Eye, St Paul’s Cathedral, Westminster Abbey and many others. I have taken a lot of amazing photos. I have learnt that English people have a sentimental love for their old customs and traditions. I have heard a lot of different languages in London. I have bought many nice souvenirs for my friends and relatives. I have met the Yeoman-Warders, but I haven’t met the Queen. I have understood that London is very old, big and cosmopolitan city.

p. 215 Ex. 2

I want to describe my native city which is called Kharkiv. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Ukraine. More than 1 million people live there. Kharkiv is famous for its monuments, high buildings, museums, hotels and theatres. I can’t but say about such places as Gorky Park, Shevchenko Garden and Freedom Square. I strongly recommend you to visit it.

p. 217, Ex. 6 (b)

Taras has expected that English people are reserved, polite and well mannered. Taras hasn’t expected London to be so international with so many people from different parts of the world. Students from all over the world come to study English in London. Taras has understood that at bus stops and cinemas, in shops, banks and post offices and in lots of other places he had to join the queue and wait for his turn. He has learnt that the Englishmen are great home lovers. They have got their own houses, they are fond of gardening and keep lawns and trees near their houses neat and beautiful.

He has enjoyed his stay in the UK.

p. 219, Ex. 2

1. Ukraine is situated in the centre of Europe.

2. Its territory was a part of Kyivan Rus, an ancient state hundreds of years ago.

3. Today Ukraine is an independent country.

4. Ukrainian people live in small towns and big cities.

5. They are talented and friendly.

6. They have got their own language, culture, customs and traditions.

7. Two colours of the Ukrainian flag symbolize Ukraine’s golden fields of grain under blue skies.

8. Many tourists from other countries visit Ukraine every year.

9. They enjoy their visit to Ukraine and come back again.

p. 219, Ex. 3

An ancient city, talented people, an independent country, a national flag, foreign tourists

p. 220, Ex. 4

They say that Ukrainians are lazy bones.

They say that Ukrainians are hardworking.

They say that Ukrainians are great tea-drinkers.

They say that Ukrainians are kind people.

They say that Ukrainians are great borsch lovers.

They say that Ukrainians are talented.

They say that Ukrainians have got beautiful girls.

They say that Ukrainians have got a long interesting history.

p. 221, Ex. 5(b)

A. 1. Nizhyn is in Chernihiv region.

2. Nizhyn is a town.

3. Nizhyn was a famous centre of culture and arts.

4. Poets Taras Shevchenko, Oleksandr Pushkin and many other well-known people visited Nizhyn.

5. Writer Mykola Hohol studied in Nizhyn.

6. There are many monuments, churches and museums in Nizhyn. There is the Art Gallery and Drama Theatre there.

7. No, there isn’t. There isn’t a circus there.

B. 1. Skala-Podilska isn’t a town, it is a big village.

2. Skala-Podilska is in Ternopil region.

3. Iryna is proud of her village, because it’s famous for its large park.

4. There are more than 100 kinds of trees in the park. There are many birds in the park too.

p. 221, Ex. 6

1. No, it isn’t. Uman isn’t in Cherkasy region.

2. No, it isn’t. Melitopol isn’t in Zhitomyr region.

3. Yes, it is. Odessa is proud of its friendly people.

4. No, it isn’t. Donetsk isn’t well-known as a very ancient city.

5. Yes, it is. The Crimea is famous for its summer camps for children.

6. Yes, it is. Lviv is proud of its historical places.

7. No, it wasn’t. Yalta wasn’t the capital of Ukraine in old times.

P. 222 Ex. 2

1. b) 2. a) 3. c)4. b).

p. 225, Ex. 2

Have you ever done it?

Have we ever seen it?

Have they ever eaten it?

Have you ever bought it?

What did I do?

Where did you do it?

Why did we buy it?

When did they see it?

How did he eat it?

p. 225, Ex. 3

1. My brother finished school last year.

2. His sister hasn’t finished school yet.

3. I haven’t seen Tom today.

4. Have we met before?

Yes, we have once. It was in Spain.

p. 225, Ex. 4

Have you even been to the United States?

When did you go there?

What did you try there?

Where do you live?

Have you lived there all your life?

What has your granny written?

What did she do last night?

When did you do this work?

How much work have you done?

p. 225, Ex. 5

a) Have you ever studied French before?

Yes, I have.

Where did you study it?

I studied it at college.

Have you ever studied German before?

Yes, I have.

Where did you study it?

I studied it at home.

Have you ever studied Spanish before?

Yes, I have.

Where did you study it?

I studied it at evening classes.

Have you ever studied Russian before?

Yes, I have.

Where did you study it?

I studied it at school.

b) Have you ever seen a fire?

Oh, yes. I have.

When did you see it?

I saw one in Manchester in 1976.

Have you ever seen a Queen?

Oh, yes, I have.

When did you see the Queen?

I saw the Queen in London in 1985.

Have you ever seen the President?

Oh, yes, I have.

When did you see the President?

I saw him in Paris in 1993.

Have you ever seen an elephant?

Oh, yes, I have.

When did you see it?

I saw one at Kyiv zoo in 1993.

1. Have they ever met a famous person? Yes, they have.

Who did they meet?

They met the President.

2. Have you ever been in hospital? Yes, I have.

Why were you in hospital?

Because I was very ill.

3. Has she ever been to Kyiv?

Yes, she has.

When was she there?

She was there last summer.

p. 229, Ex. 5

1. Ukraine is a big country.

2. Ukraine is situated in the centre of Europe.

3. Ukraine is large, its territory is 603,7 thousand square kilometers.

4. Ukraine has got a long history. Its territory was a part of Kyivan Rus, an ancient state hundreds years ago.

5. Yes, it is. Today Ukraine is an independent country.

6. We celebrate the Independence Day on the 24th of August.

7. Kyiv is the capital of the country.

8. Ukrainian people are very talented and friendly. They have got their own language, culture, customs and traditions.

9. The national symbols of Ukraine are the National Flag of Ukraine, the National Emblem of Ukraine and the National Anthem of Ukraine. The National Flag symbolizes Ukraine’s golden fields of grain under blue skies.

p. 231, Ex. 1

Dear David,

Easter is a great holiday in Ukraine. On Easter Sunday people usually go to church, give thanks to God, sing songs, listen to music. In Ukraine we make Easter cakes. An Easter cake is called paska. We paint eggs, too. Families have a big dinner. Say hello to your family.

Yours,

Taras.

I live in Kharkiv. It is a very big city in Kharkiv region. It took its name after the river it stands on. Klavdia Shulzhenko and Ludmila Hurchenko were born in Kharkiv. Pavlo Tychyna, Volodymyr Sosiura, Ivan Bunin visited Kharkiv. There are many famous things in Kharkiv. The Kharkiv University is the oldest University in Ukraine. It was founded in 1805. There are a lot of other institutes and universities in Kharkiv. There are a lot of places of interest in Kharkiv. There are a lot of museums, squares, theatres, parks and monuments there. Freedom Square is the biggest in Ukraine and the second largest in Europe. Kharkiv is very beautiful in spring. I’m proud of my city.

p. 234, ex. 3

1. He has done a lot of listening and talking, reading and writing at his English lessons at school.

2. He has some problems with spelling.

3. Writing letters to Pam has been a good practice in spelling.

4. His favourite activity is acting out the dialogues and role-playing.

5. He going to play, make new friends, swim in the river or go fishing.

p. 235, Ex. 1

A hundred years from now, holydays will be different! Most people will have very busy lives and they won’t have time to go on a real holyday. There will be special computers in every home. You will use these computers to go on a virtual holydays! All you will need is buttons. The computer will do the rest! So easy! You won’t spend a lot of money, you won’t need a passport and you won’t get a sunburn!

p. 236, Ex. 5

I’ll bring glasses.

No, I’m not going to bring glasses.

I’ll make a cake.

No, I’m not going to make a cake today.

I’ll go shopping.

No, I’m not going to go shopping today.

I’ll change the song.

No, I’m not going to change the song. I’ll put up a tent.

No, I’m not going to put up a tent.

I’ll make a fire.

No, I’m not going to make a fire,

p. 237, Ex. 6

1. Why are you going to train hard every day?

2. When will Tom travel around the world?

3. What will we play and what will they do?

4. What is Linda going to buy?

5. What is he going to write?

6. Why are you going to study hard?

7. Will you do your best at college?

8. What are you going to become?

9. Will you help sick people?

p. 237, Ex. 7

I know well what I am going to be when I grow up. I want to teach English, so I’m going to be an English teacher. I like to read and I like spending time with children. After primary school, I shall go to grammar school. I’m going to study English language and literature. I’m going to read a lot, write interesting stories and I shall work with children when I grow up. I think I shall be a good English teacher. Yes, I’m going to do my best to become an English teacher.

p. 238 Ex. 2

One girl is going to the seaside in the Bournemouth. Another girl is going to Brazil. She wants to visit it very much.

p. 240, Ex. 1

I like summer holidays because I can live in a tent.

I like summer holidays because I can make a fire.

I like summer holidays because I can take part in concerts.

I like summer holidays because I can play sports.

I like summer holidays because I can read a lot.

I like summer holidays because I can gather berries and mushrooms.

I like summer holidays because I can have fun in a camp.

I like summer holidays because I can have long walks.

I like summer holidays because I can play with my friends.

I like summer holidays because I can get up late in the morning.

I like summer holidays because I can travel.

I like summer holidays because I can play a lot outdoors.

I like summer holidays because I can sunbathe.

I like summer holidays because I enjoy living in a village.

p. 242, Ex. 1

Dear Liz,

We’re having a great time here in New Zealand! We’ve done some really exciting things. Yesterday we went scuba-diving, it was fantastic! Ron took underwater photos. They are wonderful! Today we are going to look at the animals in the Zoo. Tomorrow we’ve going to take our tent, so we can stay for a night in the mountains. On Friday 23 we’ve going to go mountain biking.

I say goodbye for now.

Yours,

Tom.

p. 243, Ex. 2

Dear Taras!

Hi! How are you? We arrived at the hotel in the morning. London is fantastic. We are really excited about our summer holidays. We’re going to do a lot of things. We are going to see Trafalgar Square, Admiral Nelson Statue, Big Ben. My mum is going to visit St. Paul’s Cathedral. My dad is going to visit National History Museum. I’m going to go to Hide Park.

Then we’re going to go shopping in Oxford Street. That’s all for now. I’ll hope we’ll have a lot of fun. See you in two weeks.

Love,

Mary.

p. 249, Ex. 2

1. The children are speaking about holidays.

2. At the seaside.

3. He’s going to stay in town for a month and then to go to his uncle.

4. No, he isn’t.

5. Vira is going to Kyiv.

6. She didn’t want to go to the Black Sea because she wanted to stay with her friends. It’s good to live in a tent near the river, she said.

7. He thinks that it is very good. I completely agree with him.

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