Unit 9. School Life
Ex. 1 p. 184
I use a pen (a pencil, a school bag, a textbook, an exercise book, a ruler, an eraser, a pencil box, a pair of scissors, a bottle of glue, a marker, a stapler, a diary, a dictionary, a pencil sharpener) at the lessons.
I don’t use a mobile telephone (a toy car, a watch, a CD, a doll, a sweet, a ball) at the lessons.
Ex. 2 p. 184
1. I see a pencil box. It’s Number 1.
2. I see a bottle of glue. It’s Number 2. 3. I see an exercise book. It’s Numbers.
4. I see a pen. It’s Number 4.
5. I see a marker. It’s Number 5.
6. I see a ruler. It’s Number 6.
7. I see a pair of scissors. It’s Number 7.
8. I see a textbook. It’s Number 8.
9. I see a schoolbag. It’s Number 9.
10. I see a stapler. It’s Number 10.
11. I see an eraser. It’s Number 11.
Ex. 3 p. 184
1. A: Have you got a textbook?
B: Yes, I have.
A: Can I take your stapler?
B: Yes, certainly.
2. A: Is there an eraser on your desk?
B: Yes, there is. There’s an eraser on my desk.
3. A: Is your pen long?
B: No, it is not.
4. A: Is your pencil green?
B: No, it is not. It is yellow.
Ex. 4 p. 185
1. write, pen; 2. stick, a bottle of glue; 3. read, book; 4. keep, a pencil box; 5. rub, eraser; 6. carry, a school bag.
Ex. 5 p. 186
1. I always keep my pens, pencils, rulers and erasers in a pencil box.
Do you keep your pens in the pencil box? — Yes, I do.
2. My mother stuck three things together with the glue ten minutes ago. Did your mother use the glue five minutes ago? — No, she didn’t.
3. He cut his textbook with the scissors in the evening yesterday.
Did he cut his exercise book? — No, he didn’t.
4. All children of our class keep their textbooks and their exercise books in their bags.
Does everybody in your class keep his textbooks and his exercise books in his bag? No, he doesn’t.
5. We carried our textbooks to the library yesterday.
Did you carry your textbooks to the library last week? — No, we didn’t.
6. Pupils wrote a dictation with their pens last week.
Did the pupils write a dictation with their pens last week? — No, they didn’t.
Ex. 7 p. 186
1. Do you like to study at school? — Yes, I do.
2. What school subjects did you learn last year? — I learned English, Maths, Ukrainian, History.
3. Are there many or few schools in our city? — There are many schools in our city.
4. Will you have English lessons next year? — I’ll have English lessons next year.
5. What has your teacher just written on the blackboard? — Our teacher has just written new words on the blackboard.
6. The lesson is over. What is ringing now? — The bell is ringing now.
Ex. 1 p. 187
1. Maths — B
2. History — C
3. Nature Study — F
4. Art — E
5. Ukrainian — D
6. English — A
Ex. 2 p. 187
1. English 4. History 2. Music 5. Nature Study 3. Mathematics 6. Art
Ex. 4 p. 188
What things do you use at the Art lesson?
At the lessons of Art, I use pencils, an eraser and a pencil sharpener.
What things do you use at the PE lesson?
At the lessons of PE, I use my trainers, tracksuit, shorts and T-shirt.
Ex. 5 p. 188
The children have the Art lesson on Wednesday.
They have the History lesson tomorrow.
It’s in Room 17.
Ex. 6 p. 188
Went, books, exercise books, came, desk, teacher, blackboard, copybooks.
Ex. 8 p. 189
1. B; 2. C; 3. A; 4. B; 5. A; 6. C.
Ex. 2 p. 190
A: Do you like Mathematics?
B: Yes, I do because I like doing the sums.
A: Are you good at doing the sums?
B: Yes, I am. I can do the sums very well.
A: Do you like Literature?
B: Yes, I do because I like reciting poems.
A: Are you good at reciting poems?
B: Yes, I am. I can do it very well.
Ex. 3 p. 190
1. do you study; 2. study; 3. do you like; 4. love; 5. work; 6. do you like; 7. hate; 8. tells; 9. are you; 10. love.
Ex. 4 p. 191
A: Which classroom activities are you good at?
B: I am good at learning English words.
A: Are you good at doing crosswords? B: Yes, I am.
A: I can count very well.
B: I can’t, but I can use a calculator.
Ex. 5 p. 191
The children read the texts and wrote a letter at the English lesson yesterday.
The children learnt to draw a dog yesterday.
The children learnt to work in pairs yesterday.
The children ran and jumped yesterday.
The children learnt a lot about numbers yesterday.
The children learnt to ask and answer the questions.
Ex. 6 p. 192
A: Hi, Lily! What lesson are you going to have?
B: Oh, hi, Kate! I’m going to have PE. A: Is PE useful?
B: Yes, it is. Pupils become healthy and strong.
Ex. 7 p. 192
1. was; 2. woke; 3. didn’t have; 4. gave; 5. like; 6. had; 7. forgot; 8. let; 9. played;10. went.
Ex. 3 p. 193
The first lesson starts at half past eight.
The second lesson starts at nine twenty-five.
The third lesson starts at ten twenty-five.
The fourth lesson starts at half past eleven.
The fifth lesson starts at twenty-five to one.
The sixth lesson starts at half past one.
Ex. 5 p. 193
1. What time do you get up?
2. Why do you get up at 6 o’clock?
3. How do you get to school?
4. Do you like school?
5. Which is your favourite day?
Ex. 6 p. 194
A: How many lessons a day do you have?
B: I have five or six lessons a day.
A: When does your first lesson start? B: Our first lesson starts at 8.30. It is the lesson of Maths. Our teacher is very good.
A: When do you have the longest break?
B: We have two long breaks after the third lesson and the fifth lesson. They are twenty minutes each.
A: What do you usually do during the breaks?
B: We talk in the corridor. Sometimes we play. When the weather is warm, we can play outdoors.
Ex. 7 p. 195
Thank you for your letter. In this letter, I’d like to tell you about the subjects that we study at school this year. They are English, Maths, Ukrainian, History, Nature Study, Literature. Our first lesson starts at 8.30. We have two long breaks after the third lesson and the fifth lesson. They are twenty minutes each.
I usually come home at 3.00.
Write me soon and tell me about your favourite subjects.
Ex. 1 p. 195
1. What school do you study at? — I study at school No 43.
2. What form are you in? — I am in the 5th form.
3. What subjects do you study this year? — They are English, Maths, Ukrainian, History, Nature Study, Literature and some others.
4. How many lessons a day do you have? — 5-6 lessons.
5. When do your lessons start? — At 8.30.
6. When are your lessons over? — At 14.00.
Ex 3 p. 196
1 — Anna, 2 — Kate, 3 — Serhiy, maths, 4 — Danylo, PE.
Ex 5 p. 196
A: Do the pupils do exercises at the lessons of English?
B: Yes, they do.
A: Do the pupils do the sums at the lessons of Maths?
B: Yes, they do
A: Do the pupils draw pictures at the lessons of drawing?
B: Yes, they do.
Ex. 6 p. 197
1. reads, read; 2. do you understand, understand; 3. likes, doesn’t like; 4. does he have; 5. Did you do; 6. Is Maths; 7. got; 8. has already written; 9. are answering; 10. will have.
Ex. 2p. 198
1. A; 2.D; 3. C; 4.B.
Ex. 4 p. 199
Dan likes his English lessons very much, he watches TV programmes in English.
Mary likes her English lessons because she enjoys doing class projects.
Nick doesn’t like his English lessons because he has problems with spelling and pronunciation.
Diana enjoys reading different stories.
Ex. 5 p. 199
English is interesting because we read different stories, learn something new.
English is boring because we learn a lot of rules.
English is difficult because we have problems with spelling and pronunciation.
Ex. 8 p. 200
1. I know English, Russian and Ukrainian.
2. I started learning English 5 years ago.
3. Sometimes I can understand English well.
4. I learn read and write English.
5. I learn English because it’s very interesting to learn a foreign language.
6. I haven’t visited any English-speaking countries.
7. I haven’t any pen pal from an English-speaking country.
Ex. 1 p. 200
1 they, They; 2. it, It; 3. he, him.
Ex. 2 p. 200
1. haven’t done; 2. has finished; 3. read; 4. Will see; 5. am doing; 6. wrote; 7. didn’t do; 8. Does ... do.
Ex. 3 p. 201
1. School year doesn’t always begin on the 1st Monday of September. 2. In Ukrainian schools classes don’t usually begin at eleven o’clock in the morning. 3. Pupils don’t wear their best clothes to schools in Ukraine.
Ex. 4 p. 201
1. F; 2. T; 3. T; 4. F; 5. T; 6. T.
Ex. 6 p. 201
We learn a lot of subjects at school but English is a favourite one. I really enjoy role playing and reading interesting stories. If we see a word or word combination, we haven’t read before we can use a dictionary. Sometimes we have some problems because it’s not easy to learn a foreign language, but I try to do my best.
P. 202. Extensive Reading
Ex. 3 p. 203
1. It was January. The door opened, and the girl walked in and stood near the door. 2. Miss Alison pointed to the desk in front of Jane. 3. Jane smiled when Helen sat down and Helen didn’t smile back. 4. Jane and her friends sat at the table together and began to talk about a new girl. 5. “If we are nice to her, she’ll soon be our friend”, said Ann. 6. Helen said she was not going to be lonely in this new school!
Ex. 4 p. 203
1. door; 2. a girl; 3. girl’s; 4. at the desk; 5. Jane and her friends; 6. Jane, Dan, Ann.
Ex. 5 p. 203
1. get; 2. make; 3. sit; 4. like; 5. do.
Ex. 6 p. 204
1. learn; 2. did; 3. gets; 4. like; 5. sat; 6. make.
Ex. 7 p. 204
1. Who walked into the classroom?
2. What was the girl’s name?
3. Did Helen want to speak to her new classmates?
4. Was the girl shy?
5. How did the children help Helen?
6. Was the girl happy?