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  • 1. The champions 3.1 Can you talk about what happened yesterday? Unit3 1 Unscramble these words. 4 Look at the pictures and write sentences Then match them to the definitions. about where Elena was yesterday. a ceosr ___________ score _____ 7 b mna fo eht chtma ___________ _____ c xater eitm ___________ _____ d naeptyl ___________ _____ e prsrpusote ___________ _____ f teg hagdcne ___________ _____ g suatdmi ___________ _____ a c 1 The place where the game is played. b 2 The people who like a particular team. 3 The best player in a game. 4 When the match or game goes on longer. 5 A free kick. d 6 Put different clothes on. e 7 The number of points or goals the teams have. a ______________________________________ At quarter to seven she was having a shower. b ______________________________________ c ______________________________________ 2 Unscramble these questions. d ______________________________________ a match / of / the / was / who / man / the / ? e ______________________________________ ______________________________________ Who was the man of the match? b were / off-side / why / you / ? ______________________________________ 5 Expand these sentences. ______________________________________ a you / have a bath / yesterday / ? c goals / the / half / there / how / in / were ______________________________________ Did you have a bath yesterday? / first / many / ? b you / score a goal / yesterday / ? ______________________________________ ______________________________________ ______________________________________ c you / study new football tactics / d the / penalties / in / half / there / how / yesterday / ? ___________________________ _ were / many / second / ? ______________________________________ ______________________________________ d your sister / drive you / stadium / ______________________________________ yesterday / ? ___________________________ e there / time / why / any / extra / wasn’t / ? ______________________________________ ______________________________________ e your boyfriend / make you / a meal / ______________________________________ yesterday / ? ___________________________ _ ______________________________________ 3 Match these answers with the questions in Activity 2. 1 I’m not sure why there wasn’t any. ___ e 6 Answer the questions in Activity 5 2 Because I was running for the ball and using these prompts. I fell. ___ a ✘ ____________________________________ No, I didn’t. I had a shower. 3 There were three penalties in the second b ✔ (two) ______________________________ half. ___ c ✔ ____________________________________ 4 John was the man of the match. ___ d ✘ (my father) __________________________ 5 There weren’t any. ___ e ✔ ____________________________________ 12 © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 2. The champions 3.2 Vocabulary Unit3 1 Match these words with the pictures. 3 Write true (T) or false (F). Then correct the false ones. a A triathlete competes in four different sports. _______________________________________ F - A triathlete competes _______________________________________ in three different sports b If you are competitive, you hate to win. ____ 1 2 _______________________________________ c A javelin is a short piece of wood or metal for throwing in sport. ____________________ _______________________________________ d A champion is someone who beats everyone else. ___________________________________ 3 4 _______________________________________ e The kick-off is at the beginning of a game. __ _______________________________________ ARSENAL 5 f We use crutches if we have a broken arm. __ _______________________________________ MANCHESTER 0 6 g If you respect someone, then you always 5 laugh at them. __________________________ _______________________________________ 4 Find eight words related to football. S F R R P A I P C 7 U U S O U A A S T P R F F A K T A P a a score _____ 5 P S O F U S E F E b a medal _____ c a whistle _____ O T F S C O R E L d gymnastics _____ R H K I C K O F F e a stadium _____ T A F D U I S R Y f crutches _____ E L P E N A L T Y g disabled _____ R F T A C T I C S 2 Circle the correct option. S T A D I U M R L a We … our opponents 3–0. 1 beat 2 won 3 lost 5 Fill in the missing vowels. b The final … was 112–25. a I’m swimming in the n__t_i_ _ a a o_n__l 1 goal 2 score 3 game championships next week. c The player was … . b The wh__stl__ blew to show a penalty. 1 out-side 2 in-side 3 off-side c We must r__sp__ct all cultures and races. d The referee blew the final … . d Wales b__ __t France in the Five Nations 1 flute 2 whistle 3 pipe e The … of the game was very exciting. Rugby Tournament. 1 first play 2 first 3 first half e If you sh__ __t loudly, they will hear you next f The football … was completely full. door. 1 court 2 stadium 3 hall f The player was sent off for using dirty t__ct__cs. © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE 13
  • 3. 3.3 Can you talk about your abilities? Unit3 1 Match these sports with the correct 3 Complete this conversation with verbs. these words. do go play a tennis _______ play b horse-riding _______ c gymnastics _______ d basketball _______ e cycling _______ f karate _______ g skiing _______ h golf _______ i swimming _______ j judo _______ k running _______ can can can’t competitive could could could couldn’t 2 Write sentences about what Maria JAMES: ________ you stand on your hands, (a) Can can do now and what she could do when she was four. Maria? MARIA: Well, I (b) ______________ when I was younger, but I (c) _____________ now. I get dizzy! How about you? J: Yes, I (d) _________________, but I (e) _________________ when I was at four now younger. What about swimming? tie her shoelaces ✘ ✔ (f) ________________ you swim when play basketball ✘ ✔ you were five? ride a bike ✔ ✔ M: Yes, I (g) _____________ and I still can! climb mountains ✘ ✔ I’m very (h) _______________, and I’m play the piano ✔ ✔ regional and national junior walk on her hands ✘ ✔ swimming champion! J: Cool! a _______________________________________ She can tie her shoelaces now. She couldn’t _______________________________________ tie her shoelaces when she was four. b _______________________________________ 4 Complete these sentences with true _______________________________________ information about yourself. c _______________________________________ a When I was four I could _________________ play ball. _______________________________________ b When I was eleven I couldn’t ____________ _ d _______________________________________ ____________________________________ ___ _______________________________________ c I can _______________________________ ___ d I can’t _________________, but I can ______ e _______________________________________ ______________________________________ _ _______________________________________ e I can _________________ now, but I couldn’t f _______________________________________ when I was ____________________________ _______________________________________ f I couldn’t __________________ when I was __ seven, but I can now. 14 © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  • 4. 3.4 Reading and writing Unit3 1 Match each picture to the correct paragraph. 1 3 2 4 5 Many people think Nelson Mandela is the most important leader in history. This is because he tried to improve conditions not only for black people in South Africa but for everybody, all over the world. a _____ When he became the first democratically-elected black President of South Africa in 1994, 4 it was another step in an extraordinary journey. His autobiography, A Long Walk to Freedom, talks about this journey, which began when he was born in a village called Qunu in 1918. His father was a Chief of the Tembu tribe. b ____ He was a special person from an early age. When Nelson was a child, almost no black children could go to school, but Mandela studied and became a lawyer. This was very useful to him when he started his fight against apartheid, the separation of black and white people in all areas of society, which began in South Africa in the 1940s. c ____ Nelson fought hard to help people. In the 1940s and 1950s he talked about education, formed organisations and led protests, but legally he could do nothing because black people did not have the same rights as white people. d ____ The government put Nelson in prison in 1962, at first for five years. Then they changed the sentence to life imprisonment. Mandela never gave up his faith that his belief in freedom and equality for everybody was right. e ____ Eventually, the political system changed, and Mandela’s resistance, even while he was in jail, was an important cause of this change. He was released in 1990 after almost twenty-eight years in prison. Three years later, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace. Mandela was truly a champion of the people. 2 Now answer these questions. a Where was Nelson Mandela born? _________________________________________________________ In a village called Qunu in South Africa. b What is the title of the book he wrote about his life? _________________________________________ c What does apartheid mean? ______________________________________________________________ d Why couldn’t Nelson Mandela do a lot to help people during the 1940s and 1950s? ________________________________________________________________________________________ e Did Nelson Mandela ever give up hope? ____________________________________________________ f When did he win the Nobel Prize? _________________________________________________________ © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE 15
  • 5. 3.5 Culture Unit3 Great disabled Britons 1 Read the article and answer the questions. a Who was in the list of greatest Britons and greatest disabled Britons? ____________________________ Winston Churchill. b What disabilities did/do the four people suffer from? _________________________________________ c How many of the people are still alive? Who are they? _______________________________________ d How did Churchill refer to his depressions? _________________________________________________ e Where was Byron when he died? __________________________________________________________ f How many gold medals has Tanni Grey-Thompson won? _____________________________________ g Which word does not describe Stephen Hawking: mathematician, writer, politician? _______________ 1 In 2003, people in Britain had a vote to decide on the greatest Britons of the 20th century. The winner was Sir Winston Churchill, the politician who led Britain during the Second World War. 2 More recently, there was a different kind of vote. This time, people voted for the greatest disabled Britons of the past and present. They are all people who did or are doing great things, despite their disabilities. 3 Surprisingly, perhaps, Churchill can also be included in the disabled category. All his life, but especially in his later years, he suffered from very bad depression. He called these terrible moods his ‘black dog’. Churchill died in 1965. 4 Lord Byron was one of Britain’s great romantic poets. Someone once described him as ‘mad, bad and dangerous to know’. He had a badly deformed foot and walked with difficulty. Despite this, he travelled all round Europe, writing and having adventures. He died in 1824 from rheumatic fever at the age of thirty-six. They buried his heart in Greece where he died and sent his body back to England. 5 Now let’s look at two modern heroes — or rather, a hero and a heroine. Tanni Grey-Thompson is a disabled athlete who suffers from spina bifida. She has won fourteen paralympic medals including nine golds and has broken over twenty world records. As a wheelchair athlete, she was also the winner of five London marathons, the last one in 2001. Now she is a popular TV presenter and gives talks on motivation. 6 Our final great disabled Briton is Professor Stephen Hawking. A professor of Mathematics at Cambridge University, he became famous in 1988 when he wrote A Brief History of Time. The book tries to explain how the universe began. Hawking is almost totally paralysed as a result of motor neurone disease and he uses a voice synthesiser to speak. His brain, however, is as active as ever. He is still writing today. 2 Find words that mean the following: a fighting between countries or people _______________ war ___ b not long ago _______________ ___ c the way that you are feeling _________________ d put under ground _________________ e someone who introduces programmes on TV or radio _________________ f a university teacher _________________ 3 Think of some well-known disabled people. Make a list and compare with two or three students. Did you think of the same people? 16 © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE

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