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Unit 2. The Clothes We Wear

Lesson 1

Ex. 1 p. 28. Listen and repeat the words in the box. Match them to the pictures (1–16). 

1. a blouse;
2. a shirt;
3. a skirt;
4. a pair of tights;
5. a T-shirt;
6. a jacket;
7. trousers;
8. a pair of socks;
9. a dress;
10. jeans;
11. a scarf;
12. a coat;
13. a sweater;
14. shoes;
15. boots;
16. a sweatshirt.

Ex. 2 p. 28. Look at the photos. Say who is wearing the following items of clothing: a dress, a sweater, jeans, trousers, a skirt,

Dan is wearing jeans and a sweater.
Ann is wearing a dress and a scarf.
Alex is wearing a jacket, a shirt and trousers.
Jane is wearing a skirt and a sweater.

Ex. 4 p 29. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.

1. Alex;
2. Alex;
3. Ann;
4. Dan;
5. Ann;
6. Alex.

Ex. 5 p 30. Say what you would wear in such a situation:

When I am going to a birthday party I wear my favourite skirt and blouse.
When I am going to school I wear my school uniform.
When I am going to work in the garden I wear jeans and a T-shirt.
When I am going to the gym I wear shorts and a T-shirt.

Ex. 6, p. 30. Write about the clothes you usually wear. Use Ex. 3, page 29 as an example. Start like this:

When I am going to school I wear my school uniform. When I come home I put on jeans and a T-shirt. When I am going to the gym I wear shorts and a T-shirt. When I am going to a birthday party I wear my favourite blue dress.

Lesson 2

Ex. 1, p. 30. Look and say what these people are / aren’t wearing.

Ann is wearing a pink dress. She isn’t wearing a hat.
Mrs. White is wearing a T-shirt, a jacket and jeans. She isn’t wearing a dress.
Sue is wearing a raincoat and boots. She isn’t wearing shoes.

Ex. 2, p. 30. Read and complete the text with the missing parts (A–F).

1. C; 2. E; 3. A; 4. F; 5. D; 6. B.

Ex. 3, p. 31. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.

1. When it is warm, outside people wear light dresses, shorts and T-shirts.

2. In spring and autumn, we can wear jeans and jackets.

3. When it is snowy, we wear warm coats, hats, boots and gloves. When it is rainy, we wear raincoats and boots.

Ex. 4, p. 31. Work in pairs. Agree or disagree with the statements. Explain your point of view.

T-shirts, jeans and running shoes are the best clothes.

I agree with you. You feel comfortable when you wear them.

I don’t think so. You can’t wear them if you go to the party or to the theatre.

Ex. 5, p. 31. Write sentences as in the example. Use this / these, that / those.

1. This is a pair of shoes and that is a pair of boots.
2. This is a shirt and that is a T-shirt.
3. This is a pair of jeans and those are dresses.
4. These are shirts and those are T-shirts.
5. This is a sweater and that is a tracksuit.
6. This is a coat and those are suits.

Lesson 3

Ex. 1, p. 32. Look and say. Who has got the following items of clothes on?

Sue has got a purple blouse and an orange skirt on.
Bob has got blue jeans, a green T-shirt and a purple cap on.
Mary has got a yellow dress and white and pink stockings on.
Alex has got brown trousers, brown jacket and a green T-shirt on.
Clark has got a red jumper and grey shorts on.
Tom has got a brown suit on.
Jack has got a white shirt, a purple vest and purple trousers on.
Alice has got a pink coat and pink hat on.

Ex. 2, p. 33. Fill in the names of the children in the pictures to Ex. 1, page 32.

1 — Sue, 2 — Tom, 3 — Mary, 4 — Clark, 5 — Jack, 6 — Bob.

Ex. 3, p. 33. Listen and read. Then, tick the statements A, B or both.

1 — B; 2 — B; 3 — B; 4 — A, B; 5 — B; 6 — A.

Ex. 6, p. 34. Write a letter to your English friend. Tell him / her about your school uniform.

Dear Kate,

Thank you for your letter. This is to tell you about my school uniform. It is dark blue. Girls wear skirts, white blouses and jackets. They can wear jumpers in a cold weather. Boys wear black trousers, dark blue jackets, white shirts or jumpers. Write me soon and inform about your school traditions.

Yours, Mary.

Lesson 4

Ex. 1, p. 35. Read and say what item of clothes it is. Match them to the pictures (A–H).

1. G; 2. B; 3. D; 4. A; 5. H; 6. C; 7. F; 8. E.

Ex. 3, p. 36. Work in pairs. Look at the pictures. Act out similar dialogues.

1. A: Let’s go to the gym to train.
B: What are you going to wear?
A: I’ll wear my tracksuit.
B: Don’t forget to put on your trainers.
A: Oh, thank you.

2. A: Let’s go to the Zoo to watch wild animals.
B: What are you going to wear?
A: I’ll wear my shorts and a T-shirt.
B: Don’t forget to put on your socks.
A: Oh, thank you.

3. A: Let’s go to the park to play volleyball.
B: What are you going to wear?
A: I’ll wear my uniform.
B: Don’t forget to put on your trainers.
A: Oh, thank you.

Ex. 4, p. 36. Look at the pictures. Say what the people are going to do.

1. Emma is going to put on her sweater.
2. John is going to unfasten the belt.
3. Kate is going to lace her brother’s boots.
4. John is going to pull off his sweater.
5. Tim is going to put on his jeans.
6. Ann is going to take off a coat.
7. Mike is going to zip his jacket.
8. Sandy is going to sew a button.
9. Jane is going to fasten the belt.
10. Ben is going to lace his trainers.
11. Mary is going to sew clothes.
12. Mark is going to put on his socks.

Ex. 5, p. 37. Write the correct form of the verb to be to complete the sentences.

1. is; 2. are; 3. is, is, is; 4. are, are, is; 5. is, is; 6. are, are.

Lesson 5

Ex. 1, p. 37. Work in pairs or in small groups. Complete the lists given below.

Clothes we wear at the parties: a dress, a skirt, a blouse, shoes, a suit, a shirt.
Clothes we wear every day; trousers, jeans, a T-shirt, a jacket, a jumper, trainers.
Clothes we wear in the gym: a T-shirt, shorts, trainers, a tracksuit.
Clothes we wear to school: school uniform, a jacket, shoes.

Ex. 2, p. 38. Listen and match the people (1–4) to the clothes (A–H) they are going to wear.

1) F, H, B; 2) E; 3) A, C; 4) D, G.

Ex. 4, p. 38. Work in pairs. Use the words from Ex. 1, page 37 to act out a similar dialogue.

Mike: Hi, Maxi What are you doing?
Max: Oh, hi, Mike. We are having a picnic on Sunday. I’m choosing a jacket to put on.
Mike: A jacket? What about this one?
Max: It’s nice, but it’s out of the season. It’s too warm.
Mike: Then you can put on this blue jacket and your new jeans.
Max: Thank you. I’ll try them on. Mike: OK. I’ll be waiting for you!

Ex. 5, p. 39. Complete the texts with the words from the boxes.

1. jacket, trousers, uniform, pocket, school, shirt, badge.
2. dress, socks, socks, shoes, sandals, uniform, hat.

Lesson 6

Ex. 1, p. 39. Listen and read. Find what Maryna and Olia say about each other’s clothes. Agree or disagree with the statements.

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

Ex. 2, p. 40. Work in pairs. Act out a dialogue. Use the words in box and Ex. 1, page 39 as an example.

— Such shoes are in fashion this season.
— Thank you. And your dress looks stylish.
— Your jacket looks trendy.
— It’s my mother’s present.
— Your skirt is quite elegant.
— Thank you. You look smart in this suit.

Ex. 4, p. 40. Work in pairs. Ask what’s wrong with the clothes.

— What’s wrong with these jeans?
— They are too loose.

— What’s wrong with this coat?
— It’s too small.

— What’s wrong with these trousers?
— They are too short.

— What’s wrong with this blouse?
— It’s too tight.

— What’s wrong with this sweater?
— It doesn’t fit.

— What’s wrong with this skirt?
— It doesn’t match.

Ex. 5, p. 41. Draw a picture or take any photo. Describe the clothes people wear in a written form. Start like this:

Hi! My name is Tom. This is a photo of my cousin in the country house. Look, he is wearing his favourite jeans. They are trendy. And they match his blue shirt and new trainers.

Lesson 7

Ex. 1, p. 41. Listen to Ann and Jane talking. Complete the compliments.

That sweater looks great.
I love that colour on you.
I like your scarf.
It matches your clothes.
That was a good choice.

Ex. 2, p. 41. Walk around the classroom and compliment your classmates about their clothes.

That sweater is elegant.
I love your new shirt.
I like your jeans.
That was a good choice.
Your blouse matches your skirt.

Ex. 3, p. 42. Work in pairs. Take turns to ask and answer the questions in the table.

Questions You Your friend
Do you like to wear jeans? Yes, I feel comfortable in them. No, I prefer skirts.
What is in style this season for boys? girls? Denim skirts for girls, jeans for boys. Cotton trousers for boys, blouses for girls.
Do you like the new styles? Why or why not? Yes. It’s cool. Yes, it’s stylish.

Ex. 4, p. 42. What are your favourite clothes? Write about where your favourite clothes are from, or why you like them.

My favourite thing to wear is my purple dress. It’s got a picture of a flower on it. I like it because I look stylish in it.

Ex. 5, p. 42. You’re going on a school trip with your classmates. You are helping your mum to pack your clothes. Write a list of clothing. Speak in class and say where you go, what time of the year it is and what clothes you’ve decided to take.

I am going to the seaside in July. I am going to take my shorts and T-shirts, my favourite dress, sandals and a pair of jeans.

Ex. 6, p. 42. Read the sentences. Write them into your exercise book in the correct order to make a story about Dan.

Every morning I dress up in a white shirt, dark blue trousers and a jacket, a tie and a pair of shoes. This is my school uniform. I never wear jeans or a sweatshirt then. In the rainy season, I usually wear a raincoat and rubber boots. My mum tells me that it will keep me from catching a cold. In winter, I put on a warm sweater, so that I don’t catch the flu. In summer, I prefer wearing a T-shirt with trousers. They help me feel comfortable even while I’m playing football in the heat. I love dressing up to my friends’ birthday parties!

Lesson 8

Ex. 1 a) p. 43. Work individually. Write a list of questions to ask your friend about his / her favourite clothes.

Do you like fashionable clothes? Why?
Is it important to wear uniform at school?
What style of clothes do you prefer?
Are you interested in fashion?

Ex. 2, p. 43. Look, listen and match. Then act out the dialogues.

A: I really like your cap.
B: Thank you.
A: Where did you get it?
B: It’s my granny’s birthday present.
A: Are those new shoes?
B: Yes, they are.
A: They’re very nice.
B: Thanks.
A: What’s the weather like today?
B: It’s cold.
A: I think I’ll wear my scarf.
A: I can’t find my new jacket.
B: Have you looked in the bedroom wardrobe?
A: Yes, I have.
B: Then it’s probably in the hall wardrobe.

Ex. 3, p. 44. Look, listen and repeat. Then practise the words as in the example.

Are the sleeves too long? —No, they are too short.

Are the trousers too baggy? — No, they are too tight.

Are the gloves too large? — No, they are too small.

Is the blouse too plain? — No, it is too fancy.

Is the coat too heavy? — No, it is too light.

Is the tie too dark? — No, it is too light.

Are the shoes too wide? — No, they are too narrow.

Are the shoes high-heeled? — No, they are low-heeled.

Is the dress new? — No, it is old.

Ex. 6, p. 45. Speak in class. Describe your favourite clothing.

When I am going to the party I usually put on my favourite dress. It’s red and it’s got a picture of a flower on it. I like it because I look stylish in it.

Ex. 7, p. 45. Write down questions and short answers to the following sentences.

1. Does your brother like to wear loose clothing? — No, he doesn’t.
2. Does your mum usually wear high heeled shoes in her office? — Yes, she does.
3. Are you going to the fancy dress ball as Mickey Mouse? — Yes, I do.
4. Does this dark tie match my new suit? — Yes, it does.

Lesson 9

Ex. 2, p. 46. Work in pairs. Act out the dialogues about the pictures given below. Use Ex. 1, page 45 as an example.

1. My new shoes wear well.
I told you you’d like them.

2. Does it fit?
No, it doesn’t. It’s wrong size.

3. What do you think of these?
Your blue tie doesn’t match your green jacket.

4. Does it fit?
No, it doesn’t. It’s wrong size.

5. Does it fit?
Yes, it does.

6. Can I put on this cap?
If it fits, you can wear it.

Ex. 3 p. 46. Read and complete the text. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense form.

Gets up, hurries, wears, protects, wears, puts on, arrives, reads, studies, does, trains, likes, has already helped.

Ex. 5, p. 47. Write. Complete the sentences with the correct verbs from the box given below.

1. take off, put on; 2. put on; 3. wear; 4. bring; 5. put on; 6. put on, takeoff.

Extensive reading

Ex. 1, p. 47. Look and say what kinds of clothes Becky has got in her wardrobe.

Becky has got a lot of things in her wardrobe: a dress, a T-shirt, a pair of jeans, a pair of pants, a blouse.

Ex. 3, p. 49. Order the sentences according to the story.

Becky put the dress on.
Becky started to float in the air.
The houses looked like small boxes.
Becky flew over the sea and saw some whales.
Becky flew over the snow and ice.
Becky got tired and flew back home.

Ex. 4, p. 49. Read and say what each underlined pronoun stands for.

1. it — whale;
2. we — Ben and Becky;
3. it — dress;
4. them — monkeys;
5. she — Becky;
6. you — Becky and Ben;
7. it — dress.

Ex. 5, p. 49. Write some words. Change the l in light to get other words.

1. tight; 2. fight; 3. bright; 4. sight; 5. right; 6. night; 7. flight

Ex. 6, p. 50. Choose the correct word to complete the sentences.

1. light; 2. tight; 3. sight; 4. night; 5. flight; 6. right.

Ex. 7, p. 50. Write five questions to the text of Ex. 2, pp. 47–49

1. What day is a favourite day for Backy?
2. What dress Backy saw?
3. What did she do with the dress?
4. Where did Backy fly?
5. Did Backy wave to the dolphins?