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Unit 7. The Place Where I Live

Lesson 1

Ex. 2 p. 140

I see a post office in this city. It is in the High Street.

I see a bank in this city. It is in the High Street.

I see a cinema in this city. It is in the High Street.

I see a greengrocer’s shop in this city. It is ip the High Street.

I see a cafe in this city. It is in the High Street.

I see a bus station in this city. It is in the Station Road.

I see a station in this city. It is in the Station Road.

I see a taxi station in this city. It is in the Station Road.

I see a travel agency in this city. It is in the Station Road.

Ex. 3 p. 141

A: Hi! How are you today?

B: Fine. Where are you going?

A: To the cinema. What about you?

B: I’m going to the supermarket.

A: Is there a post office in your city? B: Yes, there is.

A: Is there a bank nearby?

B: Yes. There’s a bank around the corner.

A: Excuse me. Where’s the post office?

B: It’s down the street, next to the bus stop.

A: Thank you.

Ex. 4 p. 141

1. are; 2. is; 3. isn’t; 4. aren’t; 5. aren’t; 6. is.

Ex. 5 p. 141

1. Is there a supermarket in our village? — Yes, there is.

2. Is there a lake in our town? — No, there isn’t.

3. Are there many trees in our city? — No, there aren’t.

4. Is there a bus station in our town? — Yes, there is.

5. Is there a mobile phone shop in our village? — No, there isn’t.

G. Are there many monuments in our city? — Yes, there are.

1. Where is the nearest post office? — It is around the corner, not far from my house.

2. Is there a bus station in your town? — There is a large bus station. in our town.

3. Where’s the nearest supermarket? — It’s opposite my house.

4. Is there a church or a cathedral in the place where you live? — There are a lot of beautiful churches in our town.

Lesson 2

Ex. 1 p. 142

Do you see a castle or a monument in Picture 2? — I see a castle there.

Do you see a bridge or a park in Picture 4? — I see a park there.

Do you see a hotel or a church in Picture 8? — I see a hotel there.

Do you see a square or a street in Picture 7? — I see a street there.

Do you see a cinema or a school in Picture 6? — I see a school there.

Do you see a supermarket or a museum in Picture 10? — I see a supermarket there.

Ex. 2 p. 143

1. bridge; 2. street; 3. monument, square; 4. hotel, parks; 5. supermarket; 6. museum.

Ex. 4 p.143

1. Lviv;

2. Odessa;

3. Lviv is famous for the Pharmacy Museum, the Lviv Art Gallery and Market Square. Odessa is famous for the Potemkin Stairs, the Opera and Ballet House, Primorskiy Boulevard and the beach “Arcadia”.

4. I would like to visit Odessa. I have never been there before.

The name of the city

Location

Interesting facts

Lviv

in the west of Ukraine

Tourists can find many great museums, churches and old buildings. The most popular attractions in Lviv are the Pharmacy (Apteka) Museum, the Lviv Art Gallery and Market Square.

Odessa

in the south of Ukraine

Odessa is full of historical, architectural and cultural sights. The most popular of them are the Potemkin Stairs, the Opera and Ballet House, Primorskiy Boulevard and the famous Odessa beach “Arcadia”.

Ex. 7 p. 144

Dear Katel

Thank you for your letter. In this letter I’d like to tell you about one of the most famous historical cities in Ukraine.

First of all it is our capital city Kyiv. It is connected with a lot of historical events. Lviv is a very beautiful city in the western part of Ukraine.

We all know Zaporizhya, which is famous for Zaporizhian Cossacks.

Write me soon and inform me about the most famous cities in your country.

Yours, Jane.

Lesson 3

Ex. 1, p. 145 (b)

a) I see a fast-food restaurant on Times Square in New York. I also see a theatre there. The musical “Mamma Mia” is on.

b) I see the National Art Gallery on Trafalgar Square in Leeds. I also see fountains, tourists.

c) I see market stalls on Market Square in Norwich. I also see houses, trees, shops.

d) I see fountains on Fountains in City Square in Leeds. I also see buildings, a restaurant.

e) I see a column with a monument to Berehynia on Independence Square in Kyiv. I also see a building of a hotel.

f) I see buildings on Freedom Square in Kharkiv. I also see a tree.

a building of the conservatory, a road with cars, people / pedestrians,

Ex. 2 p. 146

1. b); 2. f); 3. e); 4. c); 5. d); 6. a).

Ex. 3 p. 146

1. a theatre; 2. the Sports Centre; 3. a street; 4. the Zoo; 5. a supermarket; 6. a market place.

Ex. 4 p. 146

1. B; 2. C; 3. A; 4. B; 5. C; 6. A; 7. B.

Ex. 6 p. 147

I live in a very beautiful town. There are a lot of beautiful houses and different shops in the community centre. There are also museums. I have visited them with our class a few times. There are many nice things there. I am interested in sport, especially swimming. There is a sports centre in our town. It has a gym and a swimming pool.

Lesson 4

Ex. 1 p. 147

Our regional centre is large and old. There are trolleybuses, buses, taxis, trams and underground here.

It’s a cultural centre because there are theatres, concert halls, art galleries, museums.

There is a big sports centre here. People would like to change our central street. It should be wider.

Ex. 2 p. 148

1. the largest, the largest; 2. two; 3. the head; 4. the first; 5. V.N.Karazin Kharkiv National University; 6. an 11-storied; 7. events.

Ex. 4 p. 148

1 — stadium,2 — seats,3 — form,4 — sports, 5 — centre, 6 — Europe, 7 — rock, 8 — year.

Ex. 5 p. 149

I live in Kharkiv region. It is in the east of Ukraine. The city of Kharkiv is our regional centre. Our regional city is large and old. There are trolleybuses, buses, taxis, trams and underground here. It’s a cultural centre because there are theatres, concert halls, art galleries, museums here. It’s famous for its beautiful parks and fountains. The unique Freedom Square is the largest in Ukraine and one of the largest in the world.

Ex. 6 p. 149

(See Ex. 5, p. 149)

Lesson 5

Ex. 1, p. 149(b)

1. A: What do you see in the picture?

B: I see park there.

A: Do you see people in the park?

B: Yes, I do.

A: What are the people doing?

B: Two boys are riding a bicycle in the park.

2. A: What do you see in the picture?

B: I see park there.

A: Do you see flowers in the park?

B: Yes, I do.

A: Are flowers blooming?

B: Yes, they are.

3. A: What do you see in the picture?

B: I see park there.

A: Do you see people in the park?

B: Yes, I do.

A: What are the people doing?

B: The elderly woman is reading newspaper. Boy and girl are walking.

4. A: What do you see in the picture?

B: It’s a park there.

A: Do you see people in the park?

B: Yes, I do.

A: What are the people doing?

B: Three people are communicating.

5. A: What do you see in the picture?

B: I see park in autumn there.

A: Do you see people in the park?

B: Yes, I do.

A: What are the people doing?

B: The guy is going on a date.

6. A: What do you see in the picture?

B: I see park in winter there.

A: Do you see people in the park?

B: Yes, I do.

A: What are the people doing?

B: The child is skiing.

7. A: What do you see in the picture?

B: I see park in winter there.

A: Do you see people in the park?

B: Yes, I do.

A: What are the people doing?

B: The girl is riding a bicycle. Two boys are running.

8. A: What do you see in the picture?

B: I see park in winter there.

A: Do you see people in the park?

B: Yes, I do.

A: What are the people doing?

B: The girl is watching swans.

Ex. 2 p. 150

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

Ex. 3 p. 150

1. False. Parks are beautiful in all the seasons.

2. False. In summer the parks host a lot of events.

3. True.

4. False. A park is the place, which connects people to the natural world.

5. False. Children explore, discover, and learn about the world in a park.

6. True.

Ex. 4 p. 151

1. It is a large area with grass and trees, especially in a town where people can walk, play games.

2. There are parks in cities, towns, villages.

3. The parks are beautiful in all the seasons of the year.

4. The parks turn green in spring.

5. The parks host festivals, music and other entertainment.

6. A park is the place, which connects people to the natural world.

Ex. 5 p. 151

There are parks in cities, towns, villages. Many people enjoy a walk on the path when the weather is fine. In summer, we can have picnics in special areas. You can go boating on the lake if you want. It’s fine to sit on a bench under a tree and to read a book. Some people enjoy watching birds. A park is the place, which connects people to the natural world.

Ex. 7 p. 152

It is spring now. The weather is nice. There are first flowers in the park. Children can play with a ball on the green grass. Some of them enjoy riding a bike. Sometimes they watch the birds. It’s a fine place for children to rest.

Lesson 6

Ex. 1 p. 152

1. It’s famous for its beautiful parks, unusual monuments, Freedom Square.

2. I often visit these places.

3. The unique Freedom Square is the largest in Ukraine and one of the largest in the world.

4. I would like to visit Stryisky Park in Lviv.

Ex. 2 p. 152

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

Ex. 3 p. 153

1. Donetsk. 2. Forged Figures Park. 3. a bunch of forged roses. 4. Fairy Tales Alley, the Architectural Copies Alley. 5. the art festival. 6. Craftsmen.

Ex. 4 p. 153

1. False. People go to all the parks to have a rest. 2. True. 3. False. At first there were only ten sculptures with a bunch of forged roses in the park. 4. False. Now the collection of sculptures has more than 150 exhibits. 5. True. 6. False. The art festival in Donetsk gathers talented craftsmen from all over the world.

Ex. 5 p. 153

A: Are there many parks in Donetsk? B: Yes, there are many parks in Donetsk.

A: How do they look?

B: There are parks with a lot of trees, flowers, beautiful fountains, and sculptures.

A: What is the most famous park there?

B: It is the unique Forged Figures Park (Park Kovanyh Figur).

A: Why is it unique?

B: There is no other similar park in the world.

A: Really?

B: Yes, really. I like to go there very much.

A: Why do you like to go there?

B: One of the reasons is that my father is a blacksmith and he tells me a lot of interesting things about the forged figures there.

A: Has he taken part in the festival of craftsmen?

B: Yes, he has. He took part in the festival last year and you can see his sculpture in the park, too. If you want lean show it to you.

Lesson 7

Ex. 2 p. 155

1. True. 2. False. Peter tells Ann about his private house. 3. True. 4. False. There are a kitchen garden and an orchard in Peter’s private house.5. True. 6. True.

Ex. 3 p. 155

Voroikhta

Vyshgorod

This town is situated in the mountains. The nature is beautiful there. People live in private houses. They have orchards and kitchen gardens.

It is small, but there is a cinema, a library, b museum, a bank and many shops there.

Ex. 4 p. 155

In towns, people live in block of flats. In the village, they live in private houses.

In towns, people usually buy fruit and vegetables in the shops. In the village, they grow fruit and vegetables.

Ex. 6 p. 156

1. It is rich in natural, architectural, and historical sights.

2. The name of a natural landmark in Dikanka is the beautiful lilac grove.

3. Many tourists try to visit Dikanka in summer.

4. The girl liked the life of the real Ukrainian village and also the famous fruit dumplings, Cossack’s potatoes, and real Ukrainian borshch with pampushkas.

Lesson 8

Ex. 1 p. 156

You can see exhibits and exposition in the museum.

Ex. 2 p. 156

1. became; 2. has; 3. call; 4. appeared; 5. came; 6. opened; 7. grew; 8. expanded; 9. became; 10. go.

Ex. 4 p. 157

A: Where shall we go?

B: Why don’t we go to Shevchenko Garden?

A: Shall we take a bus?

B: It’s better to use underground.

A: How about visiting the Zoo?

B: OK. Let’s meet at my place at 2 p.m.

Ex. 6 p. 158

Dear Jane,

Thank you for your letter. In this letter, I’d like to tell you about one of the most famous museums in Kharhiv Region. It’s the Museum of History and Arts in Parkhomivka. A school history teacher Afanasiy Lunev started it. It has more than six thousand exhibits. It is very popular with the tourists. Write me soon and inform me about the most interesting museum at your place.

Yours, Ann.

Lesson 9

Ex. 2 p. 159

1. B; 2. C; 3. A; 4. B; 5. C; 6. B.

Ex. 3 p. 159

1. Where is Sevastopol situated? — It is situated in the Crimea on the Black Sea coast.

2. What Ukrainian city did Steve visit last August? — Sevastopol.

3. What is this city famous for? — It is famous for the Dolphinarium.

4. What attraction does Steve always visit? — He always visits the Dolphinarium.

5. Does he like it? — Yes, he likes it.

6. Has he finished the project on Sevastopol yet? — Yes, he has.

Ex. 4 p. 159

1. We went on excursion to the Museum of History and Arts in Parkhomivka yesterday.

2. When I visited Pyrohovo yesterday, I felt the life of a real Ukrainian village.

3. You saw the building of V.N. Karazin Kharkiv National University in Freedom Square yesterday.

4. We learnt about the “Battle of Poltava” at the lesson of History yesterday.

5. I tasted the traditional Ukrainian borshch with pampushkas in Dikanka yesterday.

Ex. 6 p. 160

Last summer I was in Repin Museum. I was there with my teacher and classmates. We visited Chuguev where this museum is situated. We went on the excursion about the museum. We saw paintings by Repin. It was really interesting.

P. 160. Extensive Reading

Ex. 3 p. 162

1. block of flats;

2. private house;

3. a kitchen;

4. a garden;

5. go to the Zoo;

6. grow vegetables;

7. Dan gives his big hugs to his grandma;

8. which place he likes more.

Ex. 4 p. 162

1. city grandmother;

2. Dan and his city grandma;

3. city grandmother;

4. a private house;

5. grandma’s;

6. a city and a country.

Ex. 5 p.162

1. museum; 2. river; 3. park; 4. yard; 5. stadium; 6. cinema.

Ex. 6p. 163

1. river, 2. museum, 3. parks, 4. shops, 5. stadium, 6. yard.

Ex. 7 p. 163

1. How many grandmothers has the boy?

2. Where does the city grandmother live?

3. What is there in her neighbourhood?

4. Does she live in the house or in the flat?

5. Where does the country grandmother live?

6. Which place does the boy like more?