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Unit 5. Nature and Weather

Lesson 1

Ex. 1 p. 98

A: What is the weather like?

B: It’s rainy.

A: Do you like it when it rains?

B: No, I don’t. I don’t like it when it’s wet.

A: What is the weather like?

B: It’s sunny.

A: Do you like it when it is sunny?

B: Yes, I do, I like sunny weather.

Ex. 3 p. 99

1. B; 2. A; 3. C.

Ex. 4 p. 100

1. London. 2. cold; 3. can; 4. didn’t like; 5. is; 6. sometimes.

Ex. 5 p. 100

It’s sunny. Children can catch butterflies in the forest.

It’s warm. Children can rollerblade or play badminton.

It’s snowy. Children can play snowballs or make a snowman.

It’s windy. It’s better to stay at home and play computer games.

It’s rainy. It’s better to stay at home and watch TV.

It’s foggy, but we can walk a little.

Ex. 6 p. 101

I like warm weather. We are never bored when it’s warm. We can go out, rollerblade, or play badminton. I don’t like cold and rainy days. The sky is grey and I feel bored. We can’t go out with our friends. But it’s nice to meet at home with them.

Lesson 2

Ex. 1 p. 101

For example:

Temperature

Weather

Monday

-10 C

Sunny, there will be clouds

Tuesday

-12 C

Snow

Wednesday

From -10 ‘C to-13 "C

Sunny

Ex. 2 p. 101

It’s usually cold and snowy in winter in Ukraine. Sometimes it’s rainy.

It’s usually warm and sunny in spring in Ukraine. Sometimes it is cloudy and rainy.

It’s usually hot and sunny in summer in Ukraine. Sometimes a thunderstorm takes place.

It’s usually rainy and windy in autumn in Ukraine. Sometimes it’s warm.

Ex. 3 p. 101

A. winter; B. spring;

C. autumn; D. summer.

Ex. 4 p. 102

1. True; 2. False. It is cold and rainy in autumn; 3. True; 4. True; 5. True; 6. True.

Ex. 6 p. 102

1. warm; 2. a T-shirt; 3. summer; 4. season; 5. weather; 6. hot; 7. sunny; 8. degrees.

Lesson 3

Ex. 1 p. 103

A. — It’s cold;

B. — It’s freezing;

C. — It’s warm;

D. — It’s hot.

1. long, short; 2. tastier; 3. the coldest; 4. warmer, sunnier; 5. hotter, drier; 6. driest, hottest; 7. windiest.

Ex. 5 p. 104

A: What is the weather like in Cardiff today?

B: It’s sunny.

A: What’s the temperature in Cardiff today?

B; It’s ten degrees above zero.

A: What is the weather like in Aberdeen today?

B: It’s rainy.

A: What’s the temperature in Aberdeen today?

B: It’s seventeen degrees above zero.

A: What is the weather like in Glasgow today?

B: It’s rainy.

A: What’s the temperature in Glasgow today?

B: It’s eighteen degrees above zero.

A: What is the weather like in Belfast today?

B: It’s sunny.

A: What’s the temperature in Belfast today?

B: It’s nineteen degrees above zero.

A; What is the weather like in Dublin today?

B: It’s partly cloudy.

A: What’s the temperature in Dublin today?

B: It’s twenty degrees above zero.

A: What is the weather like in Plymouth today?

B: It’s sunny.

A: What’s the temperature in Plymouth today?

B: It’s twenty-two degrees above zero.

A: What is the weather like in Manchester today?

B: It’s partly cloudy.

A: What’s the temperature in Manchester today?

B: It’s nineteen degrees above zero.

A: What is the weather like in Birmingham today?

B: It’s partly cloudy.

A: What’s the temperature in Birmingham today?

B: It’s twenty-one degrees above zero.

A: What is the weather like in London today?

B: It’s partly cloudy.

A; What’s the temperature in London today?

B: It’s twenty-one degrees above zero.

Ex. 6 p. 105

A: What is the season like in your country?

B: In winter the weather is cold and wet in Great Britain. It rains a lot and it sometimes snows. The sun doesn’t shine very much in winter. It is often cloudy.

A: Is it warmer than it is in Ukraine? B: The winter in Great Britain is warmer than it is in Ukraine.

A: What is your favourite season?

B: I like spring a lot because the trees are green and there are lots of flowers everywhere. British people like daffodils and tulips. That’s why there are tulip flower-beds on the squares and in the centre of every town or city. I often go for a walk in the park then. It is lovely.

Ex. 7 p. 105

In summer the days are long and the nights are short. Autumn is tastier than winter because there are a lot of fresh vegetables and fruit. In Ukraine February is the coldest month of the year. The driest and the hottest season is summer. Winter is the windiest season. But my favourite season is spring because the nature wakes up. It’s so wonderful so see the first flowers and green leaves.

Lesson 4

Ex. 1 p. 106

Is it warm in summer? — Yes, it’s usually sunny and warm in summer.

Is it cold in winter? — Yes, it’s cold in winter.

When is it warmer: in summer or in winter? — It’s warmer in summer.

What is the warmest season of the year? — Summer is the warmest season of the year.

What is the coldest season of the year? — Winter is the coldest season of the year.

Ex. 2 p. 106

Ann: spring; Dan: autumn; Jane: summer.

Ex. 3 p. 106

This is a season when it is getting warmer. The snow is melting. — I think, it is spring.

Ex. 4 p. 106

1. Brian wants to get some information about Ukraine.

2. He is doing a project about how people in different countries of the world spend their holidays.

3. He asks Dan to write him about the weather and leisure of Ukrainian people.

Ex. 6 p. 107

Dear Kate,

It’s winter here now. It’s a cold but very funny and beautiful season. We have our winter holidays. It’s so wonderful to celebrate New Year and go sledging or skiing. We are going to the Carpathians because all our family enjoys skiing very much.

Please, tell me how you celebrate New Year.

Best wishes, Jane.

Lesson 5

Ex. 2, p. 108

Dan, Jane and Ann are going to the park to rollerblade on Sunday. Dan and Alex will play computer games.

Ex. 3 p. 108

1. False. They are going to the park; 2. False. It will be a sunny and warm day; 3. False; 4. False. Alex wants to join his friends. 5. True; 6. False. Dan hopes the weather won’t spoil their weekend.

Ex. 4 p. 109

It’s sunny. You should wear a hat.

It’s rainy. You should take an umbrella.

It’s cold. You should put on your sweater.

It’s windy. You should take your coat.

Ex. 5 p. 109

As for me, I quite agree with Dan. You should stay at home when it rains but after it, the air becomes fresh. It’s so pleasant to breathe.

Ex. 6 p. 110

It’s going to be cloudy and rainy on Saturday. You should take your umbrella with you.

It’s going to be partly cloudy on Sunday and Wednesday. You may go for a walk.

It’s going to be rainy on Monday and Tuesday. Take your umbrella and put on your raincoat.

Lesson 6

Ex. 1 p. 110

1. C; 2. A; 3. B.

Ex. 3 p. 112

It will be sunny in London on Tuesday and Wednesday. It will be really hot and it won’t be rainy. It will be sunny and cloudy in London on Thursday and Friday. It will be warm. It will be sunny in London on Saturday. It won’t be rainy, it will be warm. It will be cloudy in London on Sunday. It will be rainy.

Ex. 4 p. 112

1. Will you spend any time on the beach? — No, we won’t. It is too cold.

2. Will you ride your bikes in the park? — Yes, we will. The weather is nice today.

3. Will he go skateboarding tomorrow? — Yes, he will.

4. Will she wear a sweater tomorrow? — No, she won’t. It’s warm outside.

Ex. 6 p. 113

Dear Mary,

I live in a beautiful city in the eastern part of Ukraine. We have a lot of places of interest here. You can see a lot of unusual monuments in our city and enjoy walking in our beautiful parks. But the weather is cold and windy now. So don’t forget your warm clothes and umbrella.

Bye, Kate.

Lesson 7

Ex. 1 p. 113

Rainbows: 1. white; 2. different; 3. yellow; 4. violet.

Lighting and Thunder: 1. white-yellow; 2. dangerous; 3. tall; 4. faster.

Ex. 2 p.114

What is lightning? — It’s a flash 6f electricity.

What is thunder caused by? — It’s caused by lightning.

Ex. 3 p.114

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

Ex. 4 p. 114

1. a); 2. b); 3. c); 4. a); 5. b).

Ex. 6 p. 115

Dear Kim,

Last week we had a big snowstorm. When I woke up, I looked out of my bedroom window and saw that everything was white. It was snowing heavily. But it was Saturday, so I was glad that we needn’t go out. So we stayed at home and relaxed. It wasn’t a bad day at all. Tell me about the weather in the place you live in.

Best wishes, Liz

Lesson 8

Ex. 1 p. 115

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

E. When the days become longer and warmer, the birds start to sing, this season is called spring.

F. The streets and fields are covered with snow. The weather is cold and frosty.

Ex. 2 p. 116

1. early; 2. different; 3. music; 4. orchestra; 5. window; 6. morning; 7. sunny; 8. the grass; 9. wind; 10. blue; 11. summer; 12. nature.

Ex. 3 p. 116

1. should take, will rain; 2. has already listened; 3. snows, can go; 4. wear, is; 5. has alreaHy started, are; 6. snows.

Ex. 4 p. 116

1. was; 2. was; 3. couldn’t find; 4. ran; 5. tried; 6. fell; 7. began; 8. tried; 9. heard; 10. came; 11. saw; 12. asked; 13. said; 14. listened; 15. climbed; 16. got; 17. turned; 18. went.

Ex. 5 p. 117

1. In England it is always cold and sometimes it’s snowy in winter.

2. In spring it’s usually sunny but sometimes it’s rainy.

3. Spring starts at the end of March in London.

4. Many people like spring very much because the weather is not cold.

5. But children like summer.

6. The school year ends in the middle of July.

7. Then their schoolchildren have holidays.

8. It’s usually hot and sunny in summer.

9. It’s usually sunny at the beginning of autumn but at the end it’s sometimes cold and windy.

Ex. 6 p.117

My favourite season of the year is spring. The nature wakes up. It’s getting warmer. We see first green leaves and flowers. We meet birds which come back home.

Last week we had a big snowstorm. When I woke up, I looked out of my bedroom window and saw that everything was white. It was a winter tale. The trees were white and fluffy. It wasn’t windy. And it was very quiet.

p. 118. Extensive Reading

Ex. 1 p. 118

1. What is your favourite season/kind of weather? — My favourite season is spring. I enjoy warm weather.

2. What do you wear when it’s cold (hot)? — I wear my warm coat, a hat, gloves, and high boots. When it’s cold I prefer to wear my shorts and T-shirts in a hot weather.

3. What things do you usually take with you when it rains? — I usually take my umbrella and raincoat when it rains.

4. What is the best weather to spend time outdoors? — I think summer is the best season to spend time outdoors because it’s hot and sunny.

Ex. 2, p. 118

On the first picture, the wind is depicted. On the second picture, the sun is depicted.

Ex. 4 p. 119

1. One day the Wind and the Sun had an argument.

2. The Wind looked around and saw a boy.

3. The Wind took a deep breath and blew hard.

4. The Wind blew harder, and Simon buttoned his coat.

5. When it was hot, Simon took off his coat.

6. The Wind agreed that the Sun was right.

Ex. 5 p. 119

(a) Strong, deep, hot, warm, dark, bright, heavy.

(b) 1. It’s getting warmer with every passing day.

2. Nothing can be brighter than the Sun.

3. Look! There are dark clouds in the sky. It’s going to rain!

4. Lake Yalpuh is the deepest lake in Ukraine.

5. I think today is the hottest day of the month.

6. Your bag is much heavier than mine is. What do you have in it?

Ex. 6 p. 120

1. Beat, look, pull, shine wear.

2. Rainy, snowy, sunny, windy.

3. Hail, light, rainbow, snowflake.

4. Easy, hard, right, wrong.

Ex. 7 p. 120

Thunderstorm, butterfly, hailstone, merry-go-round, raindrop, seaside, grandfather.