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  • 3. sag e to Teachers :a mes acher te the There are many different ways of teaching English. Some courses are taught through grammar; others through topics, a third kind is taught through language functions. In courses which are based on topics or functions, grammar is used as required. In this course students use English to communicate from day one. The course is based upon language functions in which grammar is carefully controlled. Students see sentences in diagrams and tables where they are introduced to parts of speech. Unlike other courses, this course provides enough time to students to master and acquire lexicon and structures taught. The skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing are developed gradually. Don’t expect your students to acquire these skills from the first time. Moreover, revision and recycling are integrated into the course to facilitate learning. There are twenty units. Each unit is divided into four forty-five- minute lessons. Four weeks of the course are set aside for revision.
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  • 11. Plan of Student’s BookUnit Topics Functions Grammar Listening Phonics Reading / Writing Talking about clothes. Affirmative statements in the Listening to people buying Reading description of Buying and selling things. present continous tense. clothes. people clothes. (Reading 9 My Clothes Asking about lost items. Negative statements in the / / short o. for gist). Finding the owner of an present continous tense. Writing sentences about item. Wh-questions (what) pictures (statements and Possesive pronouns questions). Questions with how: Listening to a description of a Reading true story How + adjectives. missing boy. ( Inferring facts ) Asking for and giving How + adverbs of Short u. Writing sentences. personal information. frequency and their 10 My Body describing people’s responses. appearances. Have got for giving Talking about ailments. physical description (affirmative and negative statements). Asking about prices & How many - How much. Listening to people talk about Reading about traditional quantities. buying things. souqs & malls. 11 Shopping Long a:/ei/ ( reading actively ) Writing a paragraph about a shopping centre. 12 Review 9 to 11
  • 12. Unit Topics Functions Grammar Listening Phonics Reading / Writing Asking about and describing Reading a paragraph about daily routines. Prepositions of time. Listening to conversation about the importance of time. 13 Day by Day Asking for & telling the time. Time expressions. daily routines. ( main idea ) In the morning, afternoon, Listening for time. Writing a paragraph. evening. Matching sentences to Long e: /i/ pictures. Talking about food likes and dislikes. Countable / uncountable Listening for items on a shopping Reading about different food Talking about food items nouns. list. groups. (scanning for 14 Food you need. Some / any. details) Describing eating habits. Frequency adverbs (often, Writing a paragraph about (Talking about Frequency). usually, sometimes, always Long i/ai/ eating habits. & never). Listening for countries, nationalities, Reading about the weather Asking and giving capitals and languages. in Africa. (main idea) information about countries Where Questions. 15 Countries Listening for months & seasons in Writing a descriptive and nationalities. different countries. paragraph about the weather Talking about wheather. Long o/ / in you country. 16 Review 13 to 15
  • 13. ContentUnits Topic Page number 9 My Clothes 1 10 My Body 12 11 Shopping 23 12 Review 33 13 Day by Day 42 14 Food 52 15 Countries 62 16 Review 73
  • 14. Unit 9 My Clothes In this unit, you are going to : G name different clothes. G describe clothes. G say the colours. G ask and say how much things cost. G write sentences. 1
  • 15. 9 Unit Lesson 1 My clothes jacket blouse dress shirt pyjamasheadscarf trousers skirt socks belt shoes- What do you wear at home? At school? sell Conversation buy wearA. Listen and practice. choose carry Naif : I like the shoes you’re wearing. They’re really cool. Saeed : There are, aren’t they? And they’re so comfortable. Naif : I love the colour as well. It goes well with your jacket. It seems you like black. Saeed : Yes, it’s my favourite colours. Naif : They look expensive. How much did you pay for them? Saeed : Not much, they were on sale. 2
  • 16. My Clothes 1 Grammar Present Continuous / Affirmative/ NegativeI’m wearing a blue jacket today. I’m not wearing a dress today.She is carrying a briefcase. She isn’t carrying a bag.They are buying a scarf now. They aren’t buying a skirt.A. What are these people doing? Complete the sentences. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. He _____________ shoes. 4. Salma ____________ her blouse. 2. Ahmad ___________ T- shirts. 5. The girls ___________ headscarves. 3. They ____________ bags.In pairs :B. Tell your partner what each member of your family may be doing now. Describe what they might be wearing. Vocabulary grey greenA. Listen and practice. red yellow pink white black blueB. Look at the picture. Complete the sentences. Fatima is wearing a blue skirt, a white ______________ and a ______________ headscarf. Her ______________ are black and her bag is ______________.C. In pairs : Ask your partner to draw a stick figure wearing the clothes you like. 3
  • 17. 9 Lesson 2 Unit Vocabulary cheap old longA. What is it like? It’s big. short small expensive new R 0S 50 .B. Match the opposites. 1. big. 2. expensive. 3. old. 4. long. short new cheap small ConversationA. Listen and practice. Customer : Excuse me. Do you have this belt in black? Salesman : Yes. What size do you wear? Customer : I’m not sure. I think I’m a medium. Salesman : Let’s see… a size 36 black belt. Here you are. Customer : Thanks. How much is it? Salesman : It’s for sixty riyals. Customer : Here you are.B. Do you buy more clothes than you need?C. In pairs : Practice the conversation using different items and your size. 4
  • 18. My Clothes 2 Grammar Wh- Questions for description. What is it like? It’s beautiful. What size is it ? It’s medium. What colour are they? They are black. How much are they? They are 150 riyals.A. Write questions for these answers. 1. _______________________________ 1. My new skirt and blouse are big. 2. _______________________________ 2. They are 200 riyals. 3. _______________________________ 3. They are sixe 38. 4. _______________________________ 4. It is white.B. In pairs : Practice buying and selling different items of clothes. ReadingFind the picture for each paragraph.A. My brother is at work. He B. My favourite colour is C. My father is going to is wearing a white thobe pink. I am going to my London , he looks so and black shoes. aunt’s house for a party. different. He’s wearing a He wears sun glasses and I’m wearing a pink skirt brown suit, brown shoes carries a brown briefcase. and blouse. I’m looking and a hat. He is carrying for my pink shoes and his favourite black bag but I can’t find them. briefcase. I think I’ll have to wear my white sandals instead. 5
  • 19. 9 Lesson 3 Unit Conversation .A. Listen and practice. Mother : Is this your shirt, Majid? Majid : It’s Khalid’s. Mine is blue. Mother : Whose belt is this? It’s too big to be yours. Majid : It’s Nasser’s. He always leaves his things in my room. Mother : And whose pink shoes are these? Majid : They’re Noura’s. Mother : You children must learn to be tidy.B. Are you a tidy person? Grammar Questions with whose Possessive Adjectives Possessive Pronouns It is my uniform. The uniform is mine. It is your shirt. The shirt is yours. Whose ------------------- is this? It’s his jacket. The jacket is his. It’s her scarf. The scarf is hers. They are our blouses. The blouses are ours. Whose ----------------- are these? They are their bags. The bags are theirs.A. Complete these sentences using a suitable possessive pronoun. 1. I’m wearing my new gloves. They are ____________________. 2. She is shortening her old dress. It is _______________________. 3. He is giving his expensive trousers to his brother. They are __________________. 4. They are washing their scarves. They are __________________. 5. You are carrying a nice bag. Is it __________________ ?B. In groups : Each student puts a personal object in a bag. One student shows an object and asks “ Whose --- is this?”. The students reply : “ It’s mine / hers.“Or” “ It’s --- ’s.”. 6
  • 20. My Clothes 3 ListeningListen to three people buying clothes. Number the pictures. WritingWrite five sentences about clothes you like to wear. ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ 7
  • 21. 9 Lesson 4 UnitPhonicsShort ‘O’ sound Rule If a word has only oneShort ‘o’ sounds like the first sound in ox vowel, the vowel sound is usually short.A. Circle where you hear the short ‘o’ sound. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oB. Tick ( ✔ ) the picture that has the short o sound.C. Circle the word you hear. 1. fog 2. oak 3. tax 4. luck fig shock fox rock flag block fax knock 8
  • 22. My Clothes 4 Grammar Summary Wh- Questions with verb ‘Be’ is it? What colour are they? is it? What like? are they? is it? How much are they? Present Continuous: Affirmative & NegativeI amHe / She isWe (not) buying clothes.You areTheyIt is eating my hat. Subject Pronouns Possessive Adjectives Possessive Pronouns I My Mine You Your Yours He His His she Her Hers It Its We Our Ours They Their TheirsDescribe what the children in the picture are wearing. Azhar Basim 1. Azhar is wearing a green blouse. 2. ________________________________________ 3. ________________________________________ 4. ________________________________________ 5. ________________________________________ Zahi Radi 9
  • 23. My Clothes 4 ListeningYou will hear people describing things they have bought. Circle a, b, or c to identifythe item each person has bought. b b 1. 2. c a a c a 3. a 4. b b c c SpeakingIn pairs : Take turns. Students A chooses an item from a display window on page ( 81 ). Students B guesses the item by asking about its colour , size and price. Students A : I want to buy ___________________ . Students B : What colour is it ? Students A : It’s ___________________________ . Students B : What size is it ? Students A : It’s ___________________________ . Students B : How much is it ? Students A : It’s ___________________________ . Students B : You want to buy_________________ . 10
  • 24. My Clothes 4 ReadingIn pairs : Read these advertisements of lost items. Match each description with a picture. Lost in front of the A brand-new City Mall a brown digital video On 21st of December 2001, leather handbag. camera was left in a black sports watch was lost Please call 05558842 a taxi on the in the girls school. Please contact 05563522 morning of August Lost an expensive cellular phone with the first. Camera pink case on has important films Thursday afternoon in it. If found kindly (6.12.2001) next to phone 05492112 Central Bank. Call 05329412 Ladies sunglasses with grey frames were lost on the 3rd of August in or near the Children’s hospital. Please call 05348972 1 4 2 9 3 8 5 6 7 11
  • 25. Unit 10 My Body In this unit, you are going to : name some body parts. describe people. say what the matter with people is. write sentences. 12
  • 26. 10 Lesson 1 Unit My Body hair head ear nose eye face mouth neckshoulder tooth / teeth arm stomach hand leg knee toesWhat colour are your eyes?What colour is your hair?Which hand do you use more? tall height Speaking weight exerciseIn pairs : Describe and draw. centimetres 1. Student A : Cover picture 1 metres Student B : Cover picture 2 kilos 2. Student A : Describe picture 2 Student B : Draw. 3. Change roles. Compare drawings.1 2e.g. Student A : “It has a big head, four __________________________” 13
  • 27. My Body 1 ConversationA. Listen and practice. Sa’ad : Mahir, how tall are you and how much do you weigh? Mahir : Why? Sa’ad : I want to check with this table. It shows the right weight for your height. Mahir : I’m 150 centimetres and I weigh 60 kilos. Sa’ad : Let me see. You’re ten kilos overweight. Mahir : May be I need to exercise.B. Look at the table on page 82. Check your height and weight. Is it important to eat healthy food? Why? Grammar Questions with HowHow tall are you ? I’m 1 metre 35.How tall is she ? She’s 140 centimetres.How much do you weight? I’m 45 kilos.How much does she weight? She’s 40 kilos.A. Match the questions to the answers. 1. How old are you? He’s 45 kilos. 2. How tall is your sister? I’m twelve. 3. How much does your brother weigh? She is one metre 30.B. In groups : Find the height and weight of members of your group. How many have the ideal weight. 14
  • 28. 10 Unit Lesson 2 ConversationA. Listen and practice. Sameer : Can you give this bag to my brother, please? Shaker : Sure. What does he look like? Sameer : He looks a lot like me, but he’s got curly brown hair. He’s tall, fair and thin. Oh, and he’s got a moustache. Shaker : So he hasn’t got straight hair like yours and he isn’t short; and you say he looks a lot like you!!B. Do you look like any of your family members? Vocabulary Word Bank fat thin beard curly dark young old fat short tall fair has got moustache straight thin youngA. Look at the box. For each adjective, write its opposite. short = fat = tall = young = thin =B. In groups : Describe a person in your class without saying his / her name. Have your group members guess who you are talking about. You : “She’s got short hair and brown eyes. She has got a fair skin. She is tall.”Group : Is it “ Ruqaiya ? ” 15
  • 29. My Body 2 Grammar Question for describing people He’s tall and thin. What does he look like? He has got brown eyes. He hasn’t got black eyes. A. Complete the descriptions. Number each picture. 1. Adnan is tall. He _______________ hair. He _______________ black eyes. He _______________ a beard. ( not have ) 2. Omar is short and thin. He has got ___________ hair. He has got ___________ moustache. He ___________________ beard. 3. Wafa is tall and thin. She has got ____________ skin. She ___________________ blue eyes. ( not have ) 4. Jane is fat and short. She ___________________ hair She ___________________ blue eyes. B. In pairs : Describe your brother / sister. 16
  • 30. My Body 2 Reading Shadi is a new student. Most of the boys at school call him Shadi but some call him Rida. Shadi finds this strange so he asks a friend, “Why do they call me Rida?”. That’s because they think you’re Rida who used to be a student here. You have the same nose and eyes, and even the same curly brown hair. Rida now lives in Kuwait.” Shadi gets Rida’s address and sends him an e-mail. Rida writes back and sends his picture. Shadi finds that Rida does not only look like him, but he also has the same family name, birth date and the same parent’s name. Shadi discovers that Rida is his twin brother. They were adopted when their parents died in a car accident after they were born.Read the statements and mark True (T) or False (F). Underline the place in the storywhere you find the information.1. Some boys do not know that Rida is not at school. ( )2. Shadi does not understand why the boys call him Rida. ( )3. Shadi and Rida look like each other. ( )4. Shadi and Rida are not brothers. ( ) 17
  • 31. 10 Unit Lesson 3 VocabularyA. What’s the matter ? matter feel better Sore throat well Headache ill Toothache illness Earache hurts Backache Flu Cold FeverB. Find out who is not at school today. What is the matter with him / her? 1. Huda / a headache 2. 3. 4. ConversationA. Listen and practice. Khalid : Where’s your brother today? Waleed : He’s not feeling very well. Khalid : Really ? What’s the matter? Waleed : He’s got a headache. Khalid : Oh, that’s too bad. Tell him to take a pain killer. He’ll feel better soon. Waleed : I don’t know. He’s got a sore throat and a backache, too. Khalid : Maybe he’s got the flu. He’d better see a doctor.B. Do you take medicines without going to the doctor? 18
  • 32. My Body 3 Grammar Have got + noun Advice I have got a headache. Take some aspirin. I have got a sore throat. Go to the doctor. What’s the matter? He has got a backache. Stay in bed.A. Make a sentence about the problem in each picture and give advice. Then compare with a partner.B. In pairs : Play picture charade. Take turns acting out the illness on your card and guessing it. Listening• Listen to people talking about health problems.• What’s wrong with them?• Write the names of the body parts where they have a problem. Name Health problem Body part a. __________________ ____________________ ____________________ b. __________________ ____________________ ____________________ c. __________________ ____________________ ____________________ d. __________________ ____________________ ____________________ WritingChoose an illness. In your work book, write three to five sentences about it.Describe what happens to your body. What do you do? 19
  • 33. 10 Lesson 4 UnitPhonicsShort ‘U’ sound Rule If a word has only oneShort ‘u’ sounds like the first sound in up. vowel, the vowel sound is usually short.A. Circle where you hear the short ‘u’ sound. U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U U UB. Listen and circle the word you hear in each row. 1. cup 2. bird 3. tab 4. rug cow button tape rat car ball tub raceC. Write the vowel sound you hear under each picture. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ ___________ 20
  • 34. My Body 4 Grammar Summary Questions with How do they much weigh? does she How tall is Waleed? old are the students? Have got + noun Advice I Take some aspirin. You What’s the matter? have Don’t drink cold water. We a headache. They Stay in bed. got a cough. He the flu. has She Questions for describing people He / she is tall. does he / she They / you / We are thin. What look like? He / she has curly hair. do they / you got They / you / We have blue eyes.Choose the correct word. 1. My sister, Samia, doesn’t look like me. She ( has got - have got ) curly brown hair. 2. I ( has got - have got ) straight, black hair. 3. Her eyes ( is - are ) grey. Mine ( is - are ) black. 4. She is ( tall - heavy ) for her age. She ( is - are ) 160 cm. tall. 5. I look like my father, but she ( doesn’t - don’t ). 21
  • 35. My Body 4 ListeningA. The police is looking for a missing boy. Look at the table. Circle the description you hear. Eye Hair Height Weight Clothes colour colour 166 cm. 60 kilos blue black trousers & shirt 154 cm. 50 kilos brown red thobe 130 cm. 40 kilos green brown uniformB. Look at the pictures. Who is the missing boy ? a. b. c. SpeakingYou and your partner are detectives in a busy shopping centre. You have just seentwo people, shoplifting on the closed circuit TV. Describe them so that your partnercan catch them. Then, listen to your partner’s description of two more people. 22
  • 36. Unit 11 Shopping In this unit, you are going to : name different shops. ask for and give directions. read about shopping places. Write a paragraph. 23
  • 37. 11 Lesson 1 Unit Shopping- Why do people go to shopping centres (malls )?- Name the different shops in the picture? cost- How many escalators / elevators are there? escalator elevator few mall Conversation needA. Listen and practice. Salesman : Can I help you? Boy : Yes, I want to buy a few black pens, please. Salesman : How many do you need? Boy : Five, please. How much does each cost? Salesman : Three riyals each. Boy : Oh, I’m not sure if I have enough money. Salesman : How much money do you have? Boy : I only have fourteen riyals. Salesman : No problem. You can give me a riyal later. Here you are. Boy : No, thanks. I’ll just take four.B. Where are these people? Do you think it’s a good idea to owe money to sales people? 24
  • 38. Shopping 1 GrammarHow many / How much?How many pens do you need? I need five pens.How much money do you have? I have fourteen riyals.How much does it cost? It costs three riyals.How much is it? It’s three riyals.A. Put the words in the box below under the correct column. juice - shampoo - flowers - milk - pens - toes - boys water - teeth - cream - trousers - time - shirts - money How much How many ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________B. In pairs : Ask questions about different items, using ‘How much’ and ‘How many’. How much is It’s … your watch ? How many books I have … do you have? 25
  • 39. 11 Lesson 2 Unit Vocabulary flower shop bookstore dress shop supermarket pharmacy furniture shop- Where can you buy these things? Complete the table. a. sofas b. a jacket c. flowers d. vitamins ListeningListen and write who’s going to buy these items.How many are they going to buy? Where are they? Item Name How many Where Vase Cough medicine Milk 26
  • 40. Shopping 2 ReadingA. Read the paragraphs then correct the wrong statements. The Souq The Shopping Malls In olden times, one of the most famous The Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, places to meet with friends and listen to USA is the first shopping mall in the world. poetry was “Souq Okaz”. Today, A shopping mall is a one-stop shopping a traditional marketplace is also called “Souq” in Saudi Arabia. In these souqs centre. There are many different kinds of there are many small shops in an open area. stores in it. It can also have banks, You can go from one shop to another on restaurants, and foot. The shopkeepers are very talkative other services. and make shopping fun. Bargaining over You can spend a the price is lot of time in the a must at the mall, but be careful souq. If you not to waste your do not bargain, time or buy things you will buy you do not need! things for a higher price. ¿ At the shops in the ‘souq’, prices do not change. ¿ In the past, people liked going to ‘Souq Okaz’. ¿ People can buy everything at a shopping mall. ¿ Country Club Plaza, in Kansas City, is the first shopping mall.B. Where do you prefer to shop; in malls or souqs? 27
  • 41. 11 Lesson 3 Unit VocabularyA. Write where you can find these items. magazines jacket toothpaste flowers books Newspaper belt milk plants Book shop Pharmacy Supermarket Flower shop Dress shopB. In groups : Compare your answers. - Which shop do you go to more often? SpeakingA. Give a price for each item.B. In pairs : Take turns to ask about the prices of the items above. How much is the What about the It’s 75 riyals. ................... perfume ? .................? 28
  • 42. Shopping 3 WritingA. Write five more differences between Assalam and Al Bayader shopping centres. 1. There are two shoe shops in Assalam Shopping Centre. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.B. Choose one of the shopping centres above and write a paragraph to describe it. Rules of forming a paragraph 1. Begin each sentence with a capital letter. 2. End each sentence with a full stop. 3. Do not start each sentence on a new line. 29
  • 43. 11 Lesson 4 UnitPhonicsLong a sound Long a sounds like the sound in cake , snail . Rule Rule When two vowels are together, the first A vowel usually has the long sound when vowel usually has the long sound. The a consonant and e come after it. The e second vowel is silent. You can hear the is silent. You can hear the long a sound long a sound in hair and paid. in snake and tale.A. Listen to the words. Circle the letters to show where you hear the long a sound. a a a a a a a a a a a aB. Listen then circle the word you hear in each row. 1. 2. 3. 4. plane where dear map plan wait door maid pan white day moreC. Here is a story about Jane. In pairs, circle and say the words with the same vowel sound as Jane. Jane wanted to bake. What should she make? She would bake a cake. She put it to bake. Jane ate the cake, then went to bed because it was late.D. Write two words that rhyme with cake. 30
  • 44. Shopping 4 Grammar Summary How many ... ? / How much ... books How many pens need? papers do you want? money does she have? tea paper How much is the pen? are these pens?Make questions. ‘How much’ or ‘How many’. 1. A : __________________________________________________ ? B : I want two shirts. 2. A : __________________________________________________ ? B : They are sixty-four riyals. 3. A : __________________________________________________ ? B : They are six riyals each. 4. A : __________________________________________________ ? B : I need six, please. ListeningListen to Alia’a, Samah and Fatima. Write where they want to go. What are they goingto buy? Name Where What Samah Fatima Alia’a 31
  • 45. Shopping 4 SpeakingA. Student 1: Your parents are going to Syria. Go to Najd Boutique and buy some clothes for them. What clothes would you buy for 500 riyals? Student 2: You are the sales assistant at the boutique. Sell student 1 the clothes he / she needs. 60 80 65 100 120 35 10 30 20 40 15B. Student 1: What clothes did you buy ? How much did you spend? Reading A. What would you do in these situations? Discuss your answers. 1. The shop assistant gives you too much change. a. keep the money. b. return the money. 2. While shopping, you see a little boy hide some candy in his pocket. a. talk to the boy. b. talk to the shop assistant. 3. While shopping, you break a vase. a. pay the money. b. don’t tell anybody about it. 4. The shop assistant gave you a pair of shoes in two different sizes. a. return them angrily. b. return them politely.B. Did you ever go through a similar situation? Tell the class about it. 32
  • 46. Unit 12 Revision
  • 47. 12 Lesson 1 Unit SpeakingIn pairs : Find out the names of the pupils in the classroom. ConversationAhmad and Hossam are in the school playground. Hossam is feeling sick.Complete the conversation. Ahmad : __________________________________________?Hossam : __________________________________________ . Ahmad : Let’s go to the nurse’s clinic. Nurse : What’s wrong?Hossam : I feel sick. _______________________________, too. Nurse : It seems like you’ve got cold. Take this pills. You’ll feel better soon.Hossam : Thanks. Hand WritingWrite the sentence once. There is no place like home. 34
  • 48. Lesson 1 GrammarChoose one of the verbs in the box to complete each sentence. Use the right form ofthe verb. be - wear - carry - have 1. Yasser’s jeans are blue and his T-shirt __________ yellow. 2. Jude __________ jeans and a T-shirt today. 3. Muna __________ got a red coat and a scarf. 4. Sarah’s dress __________ old but her shoes __________ new. 5. Sami’s trousers __________ white but his shoes __________ grey. 6. Muna __________ a black and white bag. 7. __________ this a new jacket? ReadingA. Read “My Body” Today, we know more about our bodies and take greater care of them. Here are some tips to help you look after your body. • Have a good breakfast every day. • Don’t eat too many sweets. • Eat fruit and vegetables. • Have milk and yoghurt. • Sleep early every night. • Exercise three times a week. • Brush and floss your teeth twice a day. • Drink lots of water.B. Read the statements and mark with true ( T ) or false ( F ). 1. Sweets are good for your teeth. 2. Sleep for 6-8 hours. 3. Water helps your body. 4. Missing breakfast is bad for your health.C. Think of two more tips, and discuss them with the class. 35
  • 49. 12 Lesson 2 Unit Language FunctionsChoose the correct response.1. What size is it? 2. I’ve got a headache. a. It’s a medium. a. What’s the matter? b. It’s 1 meter. b. I have a sore throat c. It’s yellow. c. Take some aspirin.3. Whose dress is this? 4. How much sugar do you take? a. It’s beautiful. a. Two, please. b. It’s mine. b. There are two. c. It’s black. c. It’s two. Writinga. Look at the people in the picture, then work in groups to describe each person. Al Anwar School Mr. Khan Wael Mr. Quraishi Mr. Mukhtarb. Choose one of the people in the picture and write a paragraph, describing hisclothes and appearance. 36
  • 50. My Body 2 SpeakingIn pairs:Look at the cards on page 85. Ask questions and give advice for the complaintsusing the pictures.e.g.Students A: What’s the matter?Students B: I’ve got a backache.Students A: Lie down and don’t lift anything heavy. VocabularyCircle the correct words completion.1. In winter, I wear a ______ to keep warm. 2. You hear with your _________ a. shirt. a. stomach. b. jacket. b. shoulder. c. blouse. c. ears.3. We wear _____ to keep our heads warm. 4. Traffic lights are red, yellow and ______ a. belt. a. black. b. skirt. b. green. c. scarf c. blue.5. The opposite of black is usually ______ 6. You kneel on your ________ a. red. a. legs. b. grey. b. knees. c. white. c. feet.7. On a fine day, the sky is usually ______ 8. ________ cover your feet and are a. grey. worn inside shoes. b. blue. a. Socks. c. white. b. Trousers. c. Sandals. DictationWrite the sentences you hear. 1. 2. 3. 37
  • 51. 12 Lesson 3 Unit SpeakingIn pairs:Practice buying and selling clothes.Use colours and sizes. • Students in group A (customers), take a set of picture cards A. • Students in group B (sales persons), take a set of description cards. GrammarLook at the pictures and do as shown between brackets.1. ________________________________________ ( ask how much )2. ________________________________________ ( ask how many )3. ________________________________________ ( say what it is like )4. ________________________________________ ( ask about height )5. ________________________________________ ( describe the boy’s hair ) Hand WritingWrite the sentence once. For small beginnings come great things 38
  • 52. Lesson 3 ConversationYou are at a stationery. You want to buy a new pencil case.Complete the conversation.1. Salesperson You2.3.4.5. ListeningA. Listen to the conversation and check the right picture.B. What do they say? Listen again and tick the sentence you hear, then write who said them. Let me have a look. Thanks for coming. I’ve got a backache. Is there anything I can do for you? Let’s X-ray your back. 39
  • 53. 12 Lesson 4 Unit SpeakingAsk your partner questions. Circle the answers. Count, then give him/her the results.1. You see someone with blue hair wearing a yellow jacket and red trousers. What would you do? a. smile. b. laugh. c. copy her/him.2. You are going to a party. What could you wear? a. a thobe/ a dress. b. a T-shirt. c. a long jacket.3. You are buying a new jacket. What colour would you buy? a. black. b. red. c. orange.4. What kind of clothes do you prefer? a. cheap. b. expensive. c. beautiful.5. It is very hot at school. What will you do? a. wear a cotton uniform. b. take off your jacket. c. do nothing. Results ❖ 21-30 points. You always wear what you feel like 1. a4 b6 c2 wearing. So, this gets you into trouble. 2. a4 b2 c6 ❖ 11-20 points. You are rather casual. Sometimes, 3. a6 b4 c2 you don’t dress right for the occasion. 4. a4 b2 c6 ❖ 1-10 points. You are very careful about dressing 5. a2 b4 c6 property for the occasion.B. Discuss the changes you need to make. 40
  • 54. Lesson 4 DictationWrite the sentences you hear. 1. 2. 3. 4. Language FunctionsChoose the correct answer.1. How much is the medicine? 2. Whose glasses are these? a. It’s 20 riyals. a. They’re new. b. Take two pills everyday. b. They’re my father’s. c. It’s a cough medicine. c. They’re 70 riyals each.3. What does he look like? 4. How many boxes do you want? a. He’s tall and fair. a. I have got two. b. He’s my brother. b. There are two. c. He has a headache. c. I need two. WritingTurn to page 16 in your work book.Look at the picture of Low Cost Department Store. Write a paragraph to describe it. 41
  • 55. Unit 13 Day by Day In this unit, you are going to : ask for and tell the time. describe daily activities. write a short descriptive paragraph about daily activities. 42
  • 56. 13 Lesson 1 Unit My Day d e a b c f- What time do you do these things?- How many hours do you sleep? ConversationA. Listen and practice. breakfast o’clock Naser : How do you spend your days, Saud? lunch reach Saud : Well, on weekdays, I wake up around five dinner weekdays in the morning, then I pray and have breakfast. go to bed a.m. Naser : Really? What time do you reach school? evening p.m. wake up Saud : I reach school at 7 o’clock. Naser : When do you get home in the afternoon? Saud : I get home at about two, have lunch, then I do my homework at five o’clock. Naser : When do you go to bed? Saud : I have dinner around eight, then I pray and go to bed.B. Do you get enough sleep on weekdays? How?C. Match these sentences with the pictures above. 1. I do my homework at four o’clock. 2. I have lunch with my family after school. 3. I wake up at five o’clock. 4. I go to bed at ten o’clock. 5. I have breakfast at six. 6. I perform my morning prayer. 43
  • 57. Day by Day 1 VocabularyA. Listen and repeat. What time is it? It’s twelve o’clock. 3- It’s noon. It’s five o’clock in1- the morning. It’s 5:00 a.m. It’s seven o’clock in 4- the evening. It’s 7:00 p.m. It’s nine o’clock in2- the morning. It’s twelve o’clock at It’s 9:00 a.m 5- night. It’s 12 midnight.B. In pairs : Draw the hands on the clock face. Take turns to ask and answer about the time . Grammar Prepositions of time at 7:00 a.m. in the morning on Saturday at one o’clock in the afternoon on Saturday morning at noon in the evening on Saturdays at midnight at nightA. Complete the conversation, then practice with your partner. Samia : Are you busy ____________ Thursday evening?Wafa’a : Why? Samia : There’s a talk about ‘Islam Today’ at the King Faisal Centre.Wafa’a : Is it ____________ 7 o’clock ____________ the evening? Samia : No, it starts ____________ 6 p.m.Wafa’a : See you ____________ Thursday evening, then.B. Make a similar conversation about yourself with your partner. 44
  • 58. 13 Unit Lesson 2 ConversationListen and practice.Ahmad : Hurry up, Faisal! Faisal : What time is it?Ahmad : It’s quarter to three. Father is outside in the car already. Faisal : It’s that late! I’ll be out in a minute.- Is it polite to make people wait for you? VocabularyA. What time is it? Listen, repeat and read. 1- 2- 3- 4- 5- It is half It is a quarter It is a quarter It is half It is a quarter past five. past two. to nine. past eleven. to six. It’s 5:30 It’s 2:15 It’s 8:45 It’s 11:30 It’s 5:45B. In pairs : Ask and answer. Say which picture. Student 1 : What time is it ? Student 2 : It’s ................... Student 1 : It’s picture ....... a. b. c. 45
  • 59. Day by Day 2 SpeakingA. In groups : Ask your group about their daily routine. Name Name Name Name What time do you ...? __________ __________ __________ __________- pray “Fajr” ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________- have breakfast ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________- reach school ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________- do your homework ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________- sleep ____________ ____________ ____________ ____________B. Choose a group member. Say two differences between your schedule and hers. ReadingRead the paragraph, then answer the questions. Look around you. Where are you now? There must be a clock around you. Why is that? It is because time is important. You build your routine around time. You wake up at a special time every morning and sleep at the same time every night. During the day, there are things you do that do not change such as having breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is Islamic to use time wisely in doing things that please Allah. Time never stops and never goes back. Use it well, while you have it.1. This paragraph is about: - Daily routine. - Time. - Clocks.2. Why should we use time well? ________________________________________________________________________3. What did Prophet Mohammed (peace be upon him) say about time? ________________________________________________________________________ 46
  • 60. 13 Lesson 3 Unit VocabularyA. Listen and repeat.B. Complete.Today is _____________ , yesterday was ____________ , and tomorrow will be ___________ .C. Complete. Saturday Days of the week ListeningListen to Jawahir and Dana talk. They want to study for their maths exam.Complete the chart. Day Time Activity Saturday Qura’an lesson lunch cooking class Sunday English lesson lunch painting Monday Qura’an lesson teach sister cooking lesson Tuesday study for exam homework English lesson Wednesday maths exam visit a friend reading 47
  • 61. Day by Day 3 WritingA. Look at the pictures. They describe Huda’s daily routine. Match the pictures to the sentences. 1 2 3 4 5 6_____ Huda gets up at half past five every morning._____ She goes to bed at a quarter to ten at night._____ At seven o’clock, she reaches school._____ She has breakfast at a quarter past six._____ She starts doing her homework at 4 o’clock._____ She has lunch at half past two in the afternoon.B. Use the sentences above in paragraph form to write about Huda’s daily routine.C. Now write about your daily routine on Thursday. Use the pictures and the paragraph above as a guide. Remember to use the rules of writing. Rules of forming a paragraph 1. Begin each sentence with a capital letter. 2. End each sentence with a full stop. 3. Do not start each sentence on a new line. 48
  • 62. 13 Lesson 4 UnitPhonics Long e sound Long e sounds like the sound in metre, sea, and bee. Rule Rule When two vowels are together, the first A vowel usually has the long sound when vowel usually has the long sound. The a consonant and e come after it. The e second vowel is silent. You can hear the is silent. You can hear the long e sound long e sound in seat. in metre.A. Listen to the words. Circle the letters to show where you hear long e sound. e e e e e e e e e e e e e e eB. Listen, then circle the words with the long e sound. 1. 2. 3. 4. tea leg peel eat ten leaf pet egg test let pen endC. Read the sentences below. Circle the words with the long e sound. 1. My father likes green tea. 2. He likes to eat meat and peas. 3. There is an eagle on the tree. 4. When I sleep, I dream of the sea. 5. The team seems very pleased. 49
  • 63. Day by Day 4 Grammar Summary Prepositions of time 5 o’clock. I pray at noon. night. the morning. He prays in the evening. She the afternoon. Saturday. They take lessons on Tuesday.Complete the sentences with the correct prepositions. A : Is Salem coming back ________________ Monday? B : Yes, he’s arriving ________________ the afternoon. A : At what time? B : His plane arrives ________________ 3 o’clock. A : So, I can see him ________________ 10:30 _____________ the evening. SpeakingIn groups : Use your picture cards to find the person who has the same job as you. ListeningA. Listen to one of the ladies in the pictures, talking about her day. Who is speaking? 1. 2. 3.B. What does the speaker do at these times?1) 7:15 a.m. ______________________________________________________________2) 1:30 p.m. ______________________________________________________________3) 6:00 p.m. ______________________________________________________________4) 10:30 p.m. _____________________________________________________________ 50
  • 64. Day by Day 4 WritingA. Number the activities below in the order you do them. Write the times, then complete the sentences with the times. order Activity time order Activity time come home go to sleep have lunch do my homework leave home have dinner have breakfast get ready for school watch TV get up and prayB. Use the sentences in a paragraph form to write about your daily routine. 51
  • 65. Unit 14 Food In this unit, you are going to : name different kinds of food. talk about the food you like. order from a menu. write a short paragraph. 52
  • 66. 14 Lesson 1 Unit FoodListen and practice. 1. mangoes 2. cola 3. apples 4. meat 5. dates 6. oranges 7. chicken 8. onions 9. ice - cream 10. juice 11. milk 12. tomatoes- What’s your favourite food / drink?- Look at the pictures. Place the items in the correct circle. drink food fruit like vegetables- Compare with a partner. 53
  • 67. Food 1 ListeningSara is asking her brother, Ahmad, to buy things from the supermarket. Listen andtick (✔) the things she needs. eggs bananas tea cheese milk juice bread tomatoes ConversationA. Listen and practiceMrs. Wasel : Huda, eat your breakfast. Huda : Sorry mom. I don’t have time. I’ll just take a banana with me.Mrs. Wasel : At least, drink some milk. Huda : I don’t like milk. I’ll have some juice instead.Mrs. Wasel : Don’t you know that milk is good for your health!B. What kind of food do you like or not like for breakfast? Grammar Countable Uncountable Singular Plural Singular only an orange oranges milk a carrot carrots rice an egg eggs bread a tomato tomatoes meatA. Mark the words in the list with c for countable and u for uncountable. ________ cheese ________ orange ________ meat ________ mango ________ tea ______ banana ________ apple ________ carrot ________ waterB. Go back to the list of nouns and use a , an or Ø.C. In pairs : Tell your partner which of the food items above you like and do not like. 54
  • 68. 14 Lesson 2 Unit ConversationA. Listen and practice. Sameer : Mom, I’m really hungry. Is lunch ready?Mrs.Khateeb : Almost, but we don’t have any bread. Can you go to the baker’s and get us some. Sameer : OK. Do you need anything else?Mrs. Khateeb : Could you also stop at the grocer’s and get us some carrots and bananas. Sameer : Is that all?Mrs. Khateeb : Can you pass by the butcher’s? baker’s Sameer : Mom, …………. I’m hungry !! butcher’sB. Do you make a list before buying things? healthy hungry Grammar Some / Any Yes, there are some eggs. Are there any eggs in the fridge? No, there aren’t any eggs. Does Rula have any oranges? Rula has some oranges. Do you have any water? I don’t have any water.A. Compare the pictures. 1. There are some apples. 1. There aren’t any apples. 2. ______________________ 2. ______________________ 3. ______________________ 3. ______________________B. In pairs : Tell each other what you need from the school cafeteria. 55
  • 69. Food 2 VocabularyA. Complete the webs with names of food. butcher’s grocer’s baker’sB. Name the grocer’s / baker’s / butcher’s you go to? Why? ReadingA. What do you know about the food pyramid? There are four main food groups. Bread, cereals, rice and macaroni are in the first group. They give us B vitamins and starch. We need four servings a day from this food group. Fruit and vegetables are in the second group. They give us vitamins A and C. Fruit also give us sugar which does not harm us like the one in candy. Milk, butter, cream, cheese and yoghurt are in the third group. They give us vitamins and calcium. These are important to make our bones and teeth strong. We must have milk or other dairy products three times a day. Meat, fish, eggs, beans and nuts are also in this group. All these kinds of food help to build our muscles. We must have at least two servings of these. The fourth group includes fats, oils and sugars. We must eat very little of these types of food. To stay healthy, it is important to eat different foods from each group.B. Read the paragraph. Then, answer these questions. 1. The main idea of the paragraph is: a. how food is divided. b. why food is important. c. what food we can eat. 2. Is the sugar in fruits good for us? _____________________________________________________________________ 56
  • 70. 14 Lesson 3 Unit ConversationA. Listen and practice Mr. Mehdi : May I have the menu, please? Waiter : Here you are, sir. What would you like to order? Mr. Mehdi : Well, I always start with your garden fresh salad. Then I’d like chicken curry with rice. Waiter : Would you like something to drink? Mr. Mehdi : I usually have mineral water; a small bottle, please. Waiter : How about some dessert? Mr. Mehdi : I never take dessert, but I wouldn’t mind a cup of tea.B. Do you think Mr. Adam’s lunch is healthy? VocabularyA. Read the phrases. a cup of tea a pot of tea a piece of cake a glass of juice a bottle of waterB. Which words go together? Tick the chart. pot bottle glass cup piece water coffee bread cheese 57
  • 71. Food 3 Grammar Frequency Adverbs always 100 % Mr. Adam always starts with the salad. usually 90-99 % We usually have a bottle of water. often 75-90 % I often have chicken and rice. Ahmad sometimes has soup. sometimes 25-75 % I am never late for lunch. never 0%A. Complete the sentences with suitable frequency adverbs. 1. I ____________________ have milk and eggs for breakfast. 2. At school, I ____________________ eat a sandwich. 3. I ____________________ have rice for lunch. 4. I ____________________ have dessert at night. 5. I ____________________ brush my teeth before going to sleep.B. In pairs : Compare your answers. I always have milk and Sometimes, I have milk and eggs but eggs for breakfast. I always have dates for breakfast. WritingA. Answer the questions. 1. When do you always have dinner? 2. Where do you usually have it? 3. What do you often eat? 4. What do you sometimes have for dessert? 5. What do you never have at night?B. Use the answers to write a paragraph in your workbook. 58
  • 72. 14 Lesson 4 UnitPhonics Long i sound Long i sounds like sound in kite and light. Rule Rule When two vowels are together, the first A vowel usually has the long sound vowel usually has the long sound. The when a consonant and e come after it. second vowel is silent. You can hear the The e is silent. You can hear the long i long i sound in lie and pie. sound in ride and white.A. Circle where you hear the long i sound. i i i i i i i i i i i iB. Listen, then circle the long i sound. 1. 2. 3. 4. time class die write list gift pink think dill dice milk wink 5. 6. 7. 8. Tim gift milk rice wise drink dime sit mint lime string hit 59
  • 73. Food 4 Grammar Summary Frequency adverbs always 100 % I usually 90-99 % You always buy We eat often 75-90 % usually They sometimes frozen vegetables. sometimes 25-75 % He never buys She eats never 0% Frequency adverbs follow verb ‘Be’ I am He always is She usually late for school. You sometimes They are never We Some/ Any Countable Uncountable Affirmative There are some apples on the table. There is some milk in the glass. Negative There aren’t any carrots in the fridge. There isn’t any water in the bottle. Question Are there any bananas on the table? Is there any juice in the glass?Complete the conversation with some or any. Amal : What are you cooking? Huda : Here, taste my vegetable soup. Amal : Hmm! It needs _______________ salt. Huda : Oh, doesn’t it have _______________ salt? I’ll add some now. I think I’ll add _______________ lemon juice. Amal : No, I don’t think it needs _______________. 60
  • 74. Food 4 SpeakingA. In pairs : Ask your partner these questions. Then, add up the scores.How often do you always usually sometimes nevereat breakfast? 0 3 2 4eat green vegetables / salad? 0 1 3 4have sodas / ice creams? 4 3 2 0eat eggs? 3 0 2 0eat chocolate? 4 3 2 0eat biscuits? 3 2 1 0sleep early? 0 1 2 4exercise? 0 1 2 4B. Now check your results. 0 - 10 : You lead a very healthy life. Excellent11 - 14 : Your habits are healthy. V. good15 - 20 : Take more care of your health. good 21 - 30 : You have a very unhealthy. badC. Compare with your partner. ReadingRead the passage then answer the questions. Cheese is a widely eaten food in Arabian countries. Most Arabs usually have cheese for breakfast and dinner. Cheese was first made more than 4,000 years ago by people in Asia. Later, cheese making spread to Europe. Cheese is full of calcium which is necessary for your bones. However, cheese takes a long time to *digest. This is because cheese often has a lot of fat. Nowadays, low-fat cheese is sold at supermarkets. No matter where it comes from, you have to watch how much cheese you eat everyday. 1. Where was cheese first made? 2. Why is cheese good and bad for you? digest : break down food in the stomach. 61
  • 75. Unit 15 Countries In this unit, you are going to : name countries, cities, nationalities and languages. ask and answer “ Where are you from? ”. say the months of the year. describe the weather. 62
  • 76. 15 Lesson 1 Unit Countries British Japanese Indian Palestinian Italian Saudi- Name three countries you would like to visit.- What is the nationality of the people in each country? nationality north- What languages do they speak? language east- What is the capital city of your country? city west country south capital ConversationA. Listen and practice. Zaina : You’re from Turkey, aren’t you Jamilah? Jamilah : Yes, I’m Turkish, but how did you guess? Zaina : You sound like my Turkish friend. Jamilah : Do you speak Turkish? Zaina : Not really. I just know a few words. Which part of Turkey are you from? Jamilah : Ankara, the capital city.B. - What is Jamilah’s nationality? - Why is learning other languages important? 63
  • 77. Countries 1 Grammar “ Where ” questions Where are you from? I’m from Turkey. Where is your friend? She’s in Syria. / In the next room. Where does your friend live? In Istanbul. / On Olaya street. Where do you go for your holidays? To Abha.A. Complete the conversations. 1 A. _____ _____ Alexander from? 2 A. _____ _____ Abeer B. He _____ _____ Russia. and Sara from? A. _____ _____ Russia? B. They _____ _____ Egypt. B. It _____ _____ in Asia. A. _____ _____ Egypt? A. _____ _____ he live? B. It’s _____ _____ North Africa. B. He lives _____ ____ Moscow. A. _____ _____ they work? A. _____ _____ he now? B. They _____ ____ in a hospital. B. _____ _____ in the library.B. Ask your partner three questions. Use where: ListeningA. Roberto, William and Yamada meet for the first time. Where are they from? What are their native languages? Listen and write. Country Nationality Languages Capital a. Roberto b. William c. Yamada d.B. Complete ‘ d ’ with the information about your partner. 64
  • 78. 15 Lesson 2 Unit Conversation A. Listen and practice. Farooq : Hello Maha. This is Farooq. Maha : At last ! Where are you now? Farooq : I’m in Australia and I‘m freezing. Maha : What! In July? Farooq : Yes, it’s snowing here. It’s winter in Australia now. Maha : Oh! Do you have any winter clothes with you? Farooq : Yes, I do. Maha : What was the weather like in the Philippines? Farooq : It was humid and rainy. I couldn’t go out without my raincoat. Maha : Enjoy the cold weather as it is hot and dry here.B. How often do you call your family to ask about them? VocabularyA. Choose an adjective from the box to describe each season. spring summer autumn winter rainy humid sunny windy hot cloudy cold snowyStudent 1 : What’s the weather like?Student 2 : It’s summer. It’s hot and sunny. 65
  • 79. Countries 2B. Complete the sentences about the weather in these cities. 1. In Tabouk, it’s ____________ and ____________ during winter. 2. In Jeddah, it’s hot and ____________ in summer. 3. During summer, it’s ____________ in Jizan. 4. During spring, it’s ____________ in Taif. SpeakingIn groups : Look at the map. Ask each other questions about the weather indifferent places. What’s the weather like in Saudi Arabia? It’s sunny. Britain France Italy China Japan Saudi Arabia Morocco New Guinea Egypt Australia 66
  • 80. Countries 2 ReadingRead and answer the questions. Do you like travelling? Would you like to see different types of weather? Then, go to Africa! Africa is a large continent. Half of the continent is south of the equator and the other half is north of it. That is why the four seasons can be seen throughout this continent in the same month. During July and August, the Tunisians, Egyptians and Moroccans enjoy the warm summer sun. However, for the South Africans, July and August mean winter. The weather there gets very cold, but it never snows. Cameroon, Nigeria and Rwanda are around the equator. It is usually hot and humid there and it always rains. For this reason, these countries have many forests and trees. There are two deserts in Africa. They have no rain. Hot and dry winds blow in these deserts all year round. If you plan a visit to Africa, make sure you see three seasons in one month.1. The main idea of this reading is a. deserts in different countries. b. weather in Africa. c. summer in the African continent.2. There are different seasons in the same month in Africa. Why?3. What kind of clothes do the South Africans wear in July?4. Would you like to visit Africa? Why? 67
  • 81. 15 Lesson 3 Unit VocabularyA. Listen and repeat the Gregorian months.- What is the first Gregorian month?- How many days are there in February?- When is Eid Al-Fitr this year?B 1. Listen and practice. 1st First 2nd Second 3rd Third 4th Fourth 5th Fifth 6th Sixth 7th Seventh 8th Eighth 9th Ninth 10th Tenth 11th Eleventh 12th Twelfth 13th Thirteenth 14th Fourteenth 15th Fifteenth 16th Sixteenth 17th Seventeenth 18th Eighteenth 19th Nineteenth 20th Twentieth 2. Read and match the numbers. fifteenth 3rd first 19th seventh th th eighth 4 eleventh 10 second th 6 5th 16th third 1st 7th fourth nineteenth 8th sixth fifth th sixteenth 15 11th 2nd tenth 68
  • 82. Countries 3 ListeningA. Listen and write the correct months for the season in China and Kuwait. 1.B. Write the months for the summer season in Saudi Arabia. WritingA. Complete with information about yourself. Name : ___________________________ City : _____________________________ Nationality : _______________________ Season and weather : __________________________________________________ My favourite month : ________________B. Use the information above to write a paragraph. 69
  • 83. 15 Unit Lesson 4Phonics Long o sound Long o sounds like the sound in rose and boat. Rule Rule When two vowels are together, the A vowel usually has the long sound first vowel usually has the long when a consonant and e come after sound. The second vowel is silent. it. the e is silent. you can hear the You can hear the long o sound in long o sound in nose and phone. coat and road.A. Listen to the words in each row. Then, circle the words that have the long o sounds. 1. 2. 3. 4. rose hop care mop red hope coat road read hip could topB. Circle the letters to show where you hear the long ‘o’ sounds. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oC. Write the words with the long o sound in the circle. Use the words in the box. Know - mop - pot - rope - note - not - goat - got - top - home 70
  • 84. Countries 4 Grammar Summary ‘Where’ questions with ‘Be’ he He Oman. is isWhere she from? She from? Palestine. are you I am Japan. ‘Where’ questions with ‘Do’ does Samia live?Where work? do Layla and Reem come from?Fill in the blanks with the correct form of ‘do’ or ‘be’. Mrs. Shatri : This international food festival looks and smells great. Where ___________ you from? Bayan : I ___________ from Syria. Mrs. Shatri : What ___________ you think I should taste? Bayan : Tabbouleh and kibbeh. Mrs. Shatri : Where ___________ the Syrian food corner? Bayan : It’s in the corner over there. Enjoy it. SpeakingIn pairs : Find out the capital cities and the weather of the different countries on themaps.Student A turns to page 87.Student B turns to page 86. 71
  • 85. Countries 4 ReadingA. Read and match the photographs and the paragraphs. I love the long summer days. I get to go out every week and meet my friends. We always go to the sea and enjoy the hot sunny days and the warm nights. Autumn is our favourite season. I enjoy the colour of the leaves. It ranges from yellow to dark brown. The grey sky makes it all look like a beautiful painting. Winter is very cold and snowy in my country. I always take a vacation to go skiing on the mountains. Colourful flowers, green trees and nice weather make spring everybody’s favourite season. We always travel during spring to enjoy the outdoor life. a. b. c. d.B. Choose the main idea of these paragraphs. a. Daily activities b. Favourite season c. Hot weather 72
  • 86. Unit 16 Revision
  • 87. 16 Lesson 1 Unit SpeakingA. Look at the Bus and plane timings on page 93.B. In groups: Use your task cards to ask the information officer about bus and plane timings. Travellers : Is there a bus to the hospital on Sunday afternoon? Information officer : Yes, there is. What time do you want to reach the hospital? Travellers : 4:30 in the afternoon. Information officer : Take number 50 at 4:00 p.m. ConversationSuzan is asking her friend Lana about her daily routine. Complete the conversation. Suzan : So, what is your daily schedule? You always seem so busy. Lana : Well. I usually _____________________________________ Suzan : ________________________________________________? Lana : ?:?? a.m. Suzan : And what time do you go to work? Lana : ________________________________________________ Suzan : That’s nice. And what time do you get home? Lana : ________________________________________________ Suzan : What do you do when you get home? Lana : ________________________. Then, __________________ and _____________________________________________ Suzan : ________________________________________________? Lana : I usually go to bed at 11:00 p.m. Suzan : Well, it sounds like you’re a busy person. DictationWrite the sentences you hear.1.2.3. 74
  • 88. Lesson 1 Reading1. Study the map. Then answer the questions.a. Answer the questions. - In which square would you find Mexico? _____________________________________ - If you are in square E3, what languages will you speak? ________________________ - If you are studying in London, which is the nearest city you can visit? ______________ - You’re in square E2, which famous place will you visit? _________________________ - You’re travelling north to Moscow and Singapore is to your south, in which square are you? ________________ WritingWrite a paragraph. Describe a picnic with your family. When Where What Picnic Who Things you Things you usually do. need to take. 75
  • 89. 16 Lesson 2 Unit VocabularyA. Fill in the list with as many as you know. Days of the week Months Weather Countries Nationalities Food SeasonsB. In pairs : Take turns asking and answering these questions. 1. What days do you get up early? 2. Which day of the week do you like best? 3. What is your favourite season? 4. What is something you do only on Thursday? ListeningWhat is the weather like in Lebanon talking about the weather in his / her country.A. Complete the information. Lebanon Your city winter spring summer autumnB. Fill in the table about your city. 76
  • 90. Lesson 2 Reading 15 SaturdayMatch each conversation with the day Doctor’s Visitand date in the diary. 16 Sunday Grocery Shopping Saturday 15 17 Monday English Test Mom. I hope he 18 Tuesday Hurry up or doesn’t give me we’ll be late. any medicine. 19 Wednesday Play Basketball 20 Thursday But I need to Visit Grandmother It’s time to go study more. 21 Friday school. Go to the Mosque Don’t forget the OK I can’t find my shoes. milk and eggs. I’ll be late for the game. mom Look under your bed. That’s the call for prayer. Aren’t you leaving? I’m ready I’ m glad you Thank you, dinner enjoyed it. was great Language FunctionsChoose the correct answer.1. What time is it? 2. Where are you from? a. It’s five o’clock. a. Riyadh is the capital. b. In the morning. b. I speak English. c. On Saturdays. c. I’m from India.3. What do you usually have for breakfast? 4. What’s the weather like? a. Milk is good for you. a. I enjoyed the cold weather. b. Egg and toast (bread). b. It’s hot and humid. c. There are some apples. c. Spring is my favourite season. 77
  • 91. 16 Unit Lesson 3 ListeningListen to the dialogue. Number the sentences in the correct order.Waiter : Can I take your orders, sir?Nader : Yes, I usually have your chicken cream soup and hot and spicy prawns (shrimp). StartersEmad : I really like grilled fish, so I’ll take that. Tabbouleh Fresh green saladWaiter : Would you like some dessert? Chicken cream soupNader : I’ll just have some tea. Main coursesEmad : Yes, I’d like a piece of chocolate cake. Grilled Najil /or Hammour Hot and spicy prawn Roast beef and potatoes Desserts Vanilla ice cream Speaking Assorted cakes and pastriesIn groups : Play the restaurant game. Turn to page 93. GrammarUse the words or phrases to make six sentences about yourself and your family. at the morning read, reads in half past twelve go / goes shopping on friday always have / has lunch the weekend usually go / goes to the I seven o’ clock sometimes mosque My mother the evening never make / makes lunch My father the afternoon often My sister one o’ clock1. __________________________________________________________________________2. ____________________________________________________________________________3. ____________________________________________________________________________4. ____________________________________________________________________________5. ____________________________________________________________________________6. ____________________________________________________________________________ 78
  • 92. 16 Lesson 4 Unit SpeakingClass activity : Play the “ National Dress Game “. Your teacher will give you the instructions. VocabularyA. Complete. 1. a of tea. 4. a of water. 2. a of cake. 5. a of juice. 3. a of coffee. 6. a of milk.B. What do you usually have for breakfast / lunch / dinner?C. Complete these words with the missing letters. 1. s __ __ son 5. g __ __ t 2. r __ se 6. sw__ t 3. n __ ne 7. p __ __ 4. r __ __ n 8. l __ te DictationWrite the sentences you hear. 1. 2. 3. 4. 79
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  • 95. Unit 9 / lesson 4 SpeakingUnit 10 / Lesson 1 Ideal Weight Chart for Boys Age 12 to 16 Small Medium Large Age Height frame frame frame kg kg kg 23 246.274! 3.41! 47.56 57.69 24 253.281! 45.51! 52.63 64.76 25 258.288! 49.56! 75.69 6.83 26 266.293! 54.62! 63.76 77.89 27 271.296! 58.67! 68.81 82.96 Ideal Weight Chart for Girls Age 12 to 16 Small Medium Large Age Height frame frame frame kg kg kg 23 24.274! 41.47! 48.59 59.72 24 256.279! 45.51! 52.64 65.78 25 259.283! 48.54! 55.68 69.86 26 261.284! 52.58! 59.71 72.89 27 262.284! 54.61! 62.73 74.91 82
  • 96. Unit 12 / Lesson 2 1 2 _______________✔ _______________✔ A picture of a A picture of awoman who has a _______________✗ man who has a _______________✗ backache. sore throat. 3 4 _______________✔ _______________✔A picture of a man A picture of a who has a cough. _______________✗ man who has an _______________✗ earache. 5 6 _______________✔ _______________✔A picture of a man A picture of a who has a flu. _______________✗ man who has a _______________✗ stomachache. 7 8 _______________✔ _______________✔ A picture of a A picture of awoman who has a _______________✗ woman who has _______________✗ fever. a cold. 9 10 _______________✔ _______________✔ A picture of a A picture of a girl who has a _______________✗ boy who has _______________✗ headache. a cold. 83
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  • 98. Unit 12 / lesson 3 Speaking CustomerColour: blue Colour: only colour Colour: grey + blackSize: 25 Size: medium Size: 36Colour: black Colour: blue Colour: greenSize: medium Size: large Size: mediumColour: white Colour: grey Colour: yellowSize: 37 Size: small Size: mediumColour: green Colour: only pink Colour: whiteSize: 42 Size: small Size: smallColour: blue Colour: brown Colour: redSize: 25 Waist size: 38 Size: small 85
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  • 100. Unit 12 / lesson 3 Speaking SalespersonColour: purple, red, blue Colour: All colour Colour: white + black white + brownSize: 23 - 25 - 28 Size: small - medium - large Size: 36 - 38 - 42Colour: blue, white, grey Colour: blue only Colour: blue, red, greenSize: small - large Size: medium - large Size: amall - medium - largeColour: brown only Colour: white, brown, black Colour: black, grey, pinkSize: 35 - 36 - 38 Size: small - medium - large Size: small - medium - largeColour: brown, grey, black Colour: all colours Colour: white, greywhite, blueSize: 35 - 36 - 38 Size: small - medium - large Size: small - medium - largeColour: white + blue, Colour: brown, black, grey Colour: pink, yellow, bluegrey + black, purple + blueSize: one size Waist size: 32 - 36 - 38 - 42 Size: small - medium - large 87
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  • 102. Unit 15 / lesson 4 SpeakingIn pairs : Student B, look at the map and ask your partner questions to find out thelocations, capital cities and weather of the countries at numbers 2, 4 and 7.Example number 1SsA : Where are you from?SsB : I’ m from Russia.SsA : Where is it?SsB : It’s in the north.SsA : What’s its capital city?SsB : It’s Moscow.SsA : What’s the weather like in December?SsB : It’s snowy. 1 April 2 Turkey 1 Russia Moscow 3 Istanbul Japan 6 4 February Tokyo 7 August 5 South Africa Johannesburg 89
  • 103. Unit 15 / lesson 4SpeakingIn pairs : Student A, look at the map and ask your partner questions to find out thelocations, capital cities and weather of the countries at numbers 3, 5 and 6.Example number 1 SsA : Where are you from? SsB : I’ m from Russia. SsA : Where is it? SsB : It’s in the north. SsA : What’s its capital city? SsB : It’s Moscow. SsA : What’s the weather like in December? SsB : It’s snowy. 2 England 2 1 December London 3 June Lebanon 6 September 4 Beirut 7 Australia Sydney 5 January 90
  • 104. Unit 16 / lesson 1 SpeakingA.Look at the Bus and Plane timings. Bus Station Bus From Al Balad number (downtown) to: Leave Arrive 29 Airport Every hour from 7:15 a.m. to 11:15 p.m. One hour later. 50 Hospital Every half hour from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. 30 minutes later. 47 Zoo Every hour from 9: 00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 30 minutes later. 56 Makkah Every half hour - all day 1 hour later. 28 Madinah Every half hour - all day Five hours later. Airport Departures Time Arrivals Time 11 : 20 a.m. 10 : 30 p.m. Paris Paris 3 : 30 p.m. 7 : 30 p.m. 9 : 15 a.m. 10 : 15 a.m. Rome Rome 8 : 45 p.m. 5 : 30 p.m. New York 10 : 30 a.m. New York 11 : 30 a.m. 12 : 00 noon 11 : 15 a.m. Madrid Madrid 6 : 15 p.m. 7 : 15 p.m. 9 : 15 a.m. 9 : 30 a.m. London London 6 : 30 p.m. 8 : 45 p.m. 91
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  • 106. Unit 16 / lesson 3 Speaking The restaurant game Menu card MENU SOUP STARTERS tomato soup prawn cocktail chicken soup sambousak vegetable soup stuffed vine leaves pea soup fresh green salad MAIN COURSES DESSERTS meat and rice apple pie fish and vegetables chocolate pudding chicken pie ice-cream tuna salad fruit saladFood cards 93
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  • 109. Unit 9 My Clothes NounsClothes Other nouns Personal itemsblouse sandals socks a pair of size handbagdress shirt trousers belt uniform suitcaseheadscarf shoes pyjamas chart sunglassesjacket skirt colour watch Verbs Adjectives Pronounshelp Colours Other adjectives herslook for black orange size big old hiswear blue pink large cheap short minesell brown red medium expensive beautiful oursbuy grey white small favourite tidy theirchoose / cary green yellow long lost yours new whose Language UseWhat’s your favourite colour? Blue / GreenWhat’s it like? It’s ------------- (adjective)How much is it? It’s for ------------- (price)What colours is it? It’s ------------- (colour)What size is it? It’s ------------- (size)Whose -------- is this? It’s Ali’s / mine / ------------- 96
  • 110. Unit 10 My Body NounsParts of the bodyarm face head nose cough sore throatback eyes leg tooth- earache stomachachebeard hair moustache teeth fever toothacheear hand mouth Illnesses flu Other nounsknee stomach leg backache headache centimetres toes neck / shoulder cold pain killer metre / kilo Verbs Adjectivesfeel look like beautiful fair weight short wellthink hurt curly fat over weight tall friendlyexcercise take dark better goog looking thin What’s the matter?check go straight ill medium-height younghas got stay ---’d better old Language UseHow tall are you? I’m ----- metre / centimetres.How much do you weigh? ------------- kilos.What does he look like? He’s ------------- (adjectives)What’s the matter? I’ve ------------- (ailments) Unit 11 Shopping Nouns Verbs Adverbs of placePlaces Other nouns cost at the back ofbookstore escalators need on the . . . floordress shop elevatorspharmacy carnationflower shop plantsfurniture store rosesrest room cough medicinestationery Adjectivesshopping centremall Fewbank Language UseHow much does it cost?It costs ...... riyals. 97
  • 111. Unit 13 Day by Day Nouns Verbs Adverbs Days of the week Meals get up today Saturday breakfast go ( to school / bed ) tomorrow Sunday lunch have ( breakfast / lunch yesterday Monday dinner dinner ) Time Expressions Tuesday stay ( in bed ) in the morning on weekdays Wednesday wake up in the afternoon a.m. - p.m. Thursday watch at night o’clock Friday reach early / late half past everyday a quarter past / to on Saturday Language UseHow do you spend your day? I .......... at ..........When do you ........?What’s the time? It’s .......... o’clock 98
  • 112. Unit 14 Food Nouns Verbs AdjectivesDairy spoon excercise anybutter waiter help badcheese Drinks like / don’t like goodmilk coffee healthyMeat juicebeef tae somechicken waterVegetables Other foodcarrots breadonions caketomatoes flourpotatoes oilFruit riceapple saladbanana Placesmango baker’sorange butcher’spear cafeOther nouns grocer’scountry restaurantscustomerdessertdishforkfreezeringredientsknifeplate Adverbs Phrases of quantityalways a cup of .....never a piece of .....often a bottle of .....sometimes a pot of .....usually a glass of ..... Language UseDo you like ..........? I like / don’t likeDo you need ........? I need ....................What do you need?What do you usually have? I always have .................... 99
  • 113. Unit 15 Countries Nouns Verbs Adjectives Countries seasons go out Nationalities India autumn enjoy British Britain spring walk French Japan summer Italian France winter Italy Weather Saudi Turkey cold Ordinal Numbers Palestine cool first Saudi Arabia hot second Cities humid third Baghdad rainy fourth Cairo snowy fifth London sunny Makkah windy sixth Manama warm seventh New Delhi Languages eight Paris Arabic ninth Riyadh Japanese tenth Rome English eleventh Washington D C French twelfth Months Italian January Other nouns thirteenth February capital city fourteenth March language fifteenth April region sixteenth May country seventeenth June weather eighteenth July Directions nineteenth August east September north twentieth October south November west December Language Use Where are you are from? I’m from .......... What’s your nationality? I’m .................. What nationality are you? I speak ................. What language do you speak? It’s ........................ What’s the weather like? During summer / spring it’s .......... What’s the date today? It’s the of .......... of .......... 100
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