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Messages 1 students book

  1. 1. Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-54707-9 - Messages Student’s Book 1 Diana Goodey and Noel Goodey F1-ontmatter Uldlld (. iU(l(i‘_"y‘ Noel G()(l(1‘. ‘' Message Student's Book 1/ 7 ,7 1 CAMBRIDGE V, V’ UNIVERSITY PRESS © Cambrige Universig Press wwwsamb ' 8.0
  2. 2. Pronunciation Reading skills c°mmumcmve tasks ‘ 3 Unit 1 - Revision: I'm, llive. - Revision of known Punctuation Tell the class about yourself 9;: Whal '30 YOU We 90f VOCBDUWY Listen to and understand Ask and answer questions Temembef? - He/ She His/ Her. .. - Numbers and dates a song about you and your friends - Classroom language - The alphabet Read a letter in English Talk to your teacher in English ‘= ‘ - Carr. asking for - Things in the Life and culture: Alphabet Write a letter to an English % permission and help classroom world friend ‘ Unlt 2 - Be: affirmative. - Members of a band Read an email Ask for and give information Me YOU H993!“/ E. Questions. 0 Interests and Listen to an interview for write about an imaginary band | 'e3dY? Sh0fi BNSWETS activities a student survey Desciibe yoiii iiiieiesis ' QU€SIi0n5 With What - Countries and cities Listen to a radio quiz Talk aboiii cities and countries Mme’ Who’ Whe” - Geography Life and culture: The UK Play .3 quiz game - Singular and plural . Rhythm d, ,~iL. wo, d ”°”"5 stress Review Study skills: Your coursebook How's it gorng? : Progress check Coursework: Facts about me — _-‘Q Unlt 3 - Have got i Everyday things Listen for specific information Talk about possessions, and 3 What h3V€ A. an, same, any '~ Families Read an announcement “W195 YOU U59 3! 5Ch°°l ~*_ Y°“ 9°‘? Possessive 's i Rhythm drill: plural Story: The Silent Powers Say who something belongs to ‘ possessive ediectii/ es nouns: Is]. [2]. [ill Chapter 1 Write a description of a family I r/ iis, i/ iese, fhapfhgse Life and culture: Collections 1-} Unit 4 i What is/ are like? i Appearance and - Read a 'Happiness Recipe’ Ask about and describe things " De5C"iPti0|"-5 ~ Has got DEFSONBUIY i Listen to personal descriptions Write a ‘Happiness recipe’ 5 Adiectives The b0dY Listen to and understand Describe peoples appearance Ive got a a song and personality /75‘3d3C’7€‘/ C0/d Story: The Silent Powers Say how you feel ‘ “II and links Chaptfii 2 Write about an imaginary between W0ld5 Life and culture: London person _ Stress in sentences Review Study skills: Using a dictionary How's it g0ing.7: Progress check Coursework: Important things to me Unit 5 Present simple: Things you do Read about British teenagers Describe things you do MY W0T1d affirmative. negative. F€9L|13'lY Listen to and understand Write about teenagers ‘1Ue5“°“5- 5'10" Scary things a song Talk about fears. likes 3"5W9'5 Verb + is]. lzl, [izl Story: The Silent Powers and dislikes R9V'5‘°" °' q“95"°" Stress and intonation Chaim-‘T 3 Write a questionnaire f°"”5 in questions Life and culture: Schools Make a conversation W” q‘-'e5“°"5 about daily life e Unlt 6 Present simple + Food. drink Read and listen to Describe your habits I'm usually frequency adverbs and meals a questionnaire Tani about things you eat We! Have + a meal, etc. The time Listen to a conversation about and drink Daily routines meals Write a report about food ‘ Grammar Vocabulary and Rhythm drill: vowel sounds Listening and Read a report about food in the UK Listen to a description of someones day Story; The Silent Powers Chapter 4 Life and culture: My name is Dion Ask for and tell the time Describe daily routines Study skills: How do you learn? How's it going? : Progress check Coursework: A day in my life 2 Map of the book
  3. 3. ‘ ini-‘illlt ‘-lit! °l'H»‘H! l_'— i'il"' ”l'll5 -' rmr. t- —. i-i- i-im-iuai'. ' i'ii -"1-ll: Cilog IFJ4 3 .9!-I i'll~’l‘. l|lL5 Unit 7 At home Unit 8 Having fun Grammar There /5 are Uncountable nouns Prepositions Can for ability and possibility I can see, I can hear Must, mustrit Imperative / Vocabulary and Pronunciation Homes Things in a room Food Rhythm drill: stress in sentences Abilities Places in a town Can [re]. can't [oz]. weak form of can is] ustening and Reading skills Read a shopping list Listen to a conversation in a supermarket Story: The Silent Powers Chapter 5 Life and culture: Homes in the UK Listen to and understand a song Read a newspaper article Read a poem Story: The Silent Powers Chapter 6 Life and culture: Stephen Hawking Communicative tasks - Describe different homes - Write a description of your dream home - Ask about places and food - Write a ‘disgusting recipe’ - Describe a room - Talk about your abilities - Make a notice for a club - Describe things you can do in your town - Describe the sights and sounds around you - Tell people what to do - Write a short poem Unit 9 At the moment Unit 10 Plans Study skills: Leaming vocabulary How's it going’: Progress check Coursework: My neighbourhood Present continuous: affirmative. negative. questions. short answers Object pronouns Present continuous used for the future Suggestions The future with going to Clothes Football Rhythm drill: mg [in] Future time expressions The weather Weak form of to [la] in going to Listen to a football commentary Read about the World Cup Listen to a conversation at a football stadium Story; The Silent Powers Chapter 7 Life and culture: Sports fans Read a list of items in a cafe and a shop Listen to and understand a song Read a postcard Story: The Silent Powers Chapter 8 Life and culture: An exchange visit - Describe things in progress at the moment - Play a guessing game - Describe what you‘re wearing now, and what you usually wear - Talk about future arrangements - Make and reply to suggestions - Write a message to a friend - Describe plans and intentions o Talk about the weather - Write a holiday postcard Unit 11 About the past Unit 12 Heroes Study skills: Parts of speech How's it going? : Progress check Coursework: My clothes - Past simple of be and regular verbs: affirmative, Wh- questions Past simple; negatives, questions. short answers: irregular verbs Occupations Rhythm drill: verbs + -911 Ill Id] [id] Past time expressions words with the same vowel sound Listen to a conversation with a ghost Read dictionary definitions Story: The Silent Powers Chapter 9 Life and culture: From North to South Listen to a list of events in the past Read an advertisement Listen to and understand a song Story: The Silent Powers Chapter 10 Life and culture: Quiz: The UK and the USA - Talk about people from the past - Play a quiz game - Write about an imaginary persons life - Describe your early childhood - Describe things that happened in the past a Write a letter about an event in the past - Write a diary - Talk about your school year Study skills: Planning your learning Hows it go/ ng? : Progress check Coursework: My life line - Grammar index 0 Communicative functions index - Wordlist - Spelling notes 0 Lexical sets and irregular verbs - Songs Map of the book 3
  4. 4. Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-54707-9 - Messages Student’s Book 1 Diana Goodey and Noel Goodey Excerpt More information Alphabet world ‘WM Mow nuny lcllerl Arr mm in yriiu aipvumi / / L " ’ ' er ' s —— - . s > a k F Ii i. ¢ . . Vi R K _ “ __ U G 5,; -. , l 2.- gw- 5.-. 5-’. >2'e, _*-, , ~r-an Facts ‘VT " l J ‘T T T T ‘ E: , .s v ‘: T ' T : ..-' ; it V ’ , T T - 1.’. -_~: _:‘,2.-~« In Module 1 you study I ' . ; '1 r '* T “ V-1‘ ; : -‘W ' - ~ i I ' T '. ‘A . .,. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. ‘J, ’ t. . I m Grammar ‘ 9 ‘II E « . T " ’ "‘ r: .. ' “ ' Sentences that you know in English Q ‘ U” ‘.0 qr ' '/ _ Punctuation ‘‘ '1 U‘ 5 , ._ , _ i, ,r""‘ ” " "‘ Personal questions and answers ‘-V / / :7 ' " ‘ l'— "' In‘ The verb be p _y I , Abcmaroiiiii<i. MNr~. «Q; <sruvvxvz ; "' Wh- questions . M 4_ abcdcfghijklmnopqrstuv ~; _x_yv. Singular and plural nouns _ Life and culture V°‘3ab“la’Y Alphabet world Words that you know in English The UK Classroom language Numbers and dates The alphabet Names of members of a band Names of interests and activities Names of places around the world Geography vocabulary Coursework 1 Facts about me You write about your name, your interests and your school. so that you can Make sentences in English Tell the class about yourself Talk to your teacher in English Understand a letter in English Ask and answer questions about you Understand and use numbers Say the date Spell words in English Ask for permission and help Ask for and give information Write about an imaginary pop group Ask and answer questions about your interests Talk about facts Play a quiz game .00unooonoovooooooouon-nnnaononuuununonoon-nonnone-cacao-canonon-nono-o-cacao. luooloououolnllnololnulnnanlllounnonnlnoonalunoaoloclononooolllolnanulInIocoI| ' . o ‘cocoon: --antennaeucoooatnooooo-no‘ © Cambridge University Press www. cambridge. o§
  5. 5. Cambridge University Press 978-0-521-54707-9 - Messages Student’s Book 1 Diana Goodey and Noel Goodey Excerpt More information . . . _, what S It about‘ fnIlfi: «:. i'. 'inlI‘ What can you say about the pictures? ‘ll ilimlll m: Now match the pictures with sentences 1-4. 1 A message in a bottle. 2 Meet Joe, Sadie, Sam and Jack! 3 Are they good at surfing? 4 What's the capital of Canada? In Book 1 you study the language of everyday life so that you can describe yourself and your everyday life and complete an English Coursework folder. Your Coursework has got six parts: Part 1 Facts about me You write about your name and age, where you live, your interests and your school. Pan‘ 2 Important things to me You write about your favourite people, places and things. Part 3 A day in my life You write about a typical day. Part 4 My neighbourhood You draw a map of your neighbourhood and describe places near your house. Part 5 My clothes You describe the sort of clothes you like, and the things you usually wear. Part 6 My life line You write about important events in your life. © Cambridge University Press www. cambridge. o§
  6. 6. What do you remember? In Step 1 you study 7 0 words and sentences thatyou ltiio Q punctuation so that you can : - j makesentences in English pptellgthe class about yourself Vvords I G Write the alphabet (A, B, C . ..i in your notebook. Try to find an English word for each letter. You've got five minutes! Apple Bag Cat Dork E. .. F. .. I Use words from your list and make 4 groups of words on the board. ' _; .-five‘ i Animals Food '“" l elephant pizza i cut apple i banana l Days Things in a classroom Monday bag Tuesday desk Sentences I Look at the words in the balloons. How many sentences can you make? I've got a bike. I What about you? Make true sentences about you. Tell the class. Hi! My name's Roberto. I like sport and computers. Hello! I'm Maria. I'm twelve. Module 1
  7. 7. if ‘t A A; bike in‘? /' thirteen animals _} / 9’ music U’ K. ” [W I ‘ . . ‘ . '‘- e m‘ ' ~ A: Pm’-°‘ - ' i ~— s _ computers camera E g ‘ ~"'“"’ . ,—. _I" - , . “ Km / " ' -e ‘I "“‘ 7-1 U V - ’ " ° 7’ ““: f’ _ 9 r '7 V .1/“""'-v _ L ' ti’ ‘ . g___. _.. .__. .~. ,., __ , .,__~ ' - «rt ~ v. . -y4’~ hr. _ L H p ‘ Listening song Punctuation a Before you listen, look at the a Complete the sentences in the box. letters in the sea and make three words from the song. . full stop , comma ? question mark What do you think the song ! exclamation mark B capital letter '5 about? We use a _ , _ at the beginning ofa sentence. . We usea, _ . a . ... ... __ oran‘ , at the end. I] “Ste” to the iong‘ We use a _ , in the middle ofa sentence. Then put the words in the right order and make sentences from the song. In Check the punctuation in your sentences in 3b. 1 what is . i? 1 it / what / is? 2 sea / a / ' in / it's / the / ’ Writing Information about me ‘*2 ‘. 'Iit; | '1 .0 j1:‘i', ' bottle / in / message / ' a '“ 3 in / ‘ it’s / ' English _ . 4 you / do / understand ? : Write at least five sentences about you. Make sure your punctuation is correct. Listen again and check. My namelr Laura. I've got a cat’.
  8. 8. In Step 2 you study classroom language personal information so that you can if ’ talk to your teacher in English ll" understand a letter in English ask and answer personal questions Classroom language a What can you do when you don't understand? Ask the teacher. b What can you say when you don't understand? I don't understand. c Think of more examples, then check the box. gaiu diau no/ I’ U93 gueaiu saop mum gu/ E52 Jet/1 / fes no/1’ ueg guopied ‘pLlE1$J9pUf7 1,uop / IAES iaiued 1,uoci 'ssan6 01 M1 '/ UBUOIJDIP e asn 'PU3!1l 9 >I5V ‘. IS| .|3l?9] aiii >isv puezsiapun 1,uop noil uaq/ vi I = » Modulel Reading A message in a bottle a Read the message. Find words that you don't understand and use the ideas in 1c. What does ‘best wishes‘ mean? I don't know. Ask the teacher. b Can you guess these words? m a i‘/ itlie UK Hi. ’ This is a lebtef {mm 3 IB Maple Road Exelcet EX ll ‘NP UK 30th August in the I/ M Englislii. I live in Exelzer, in Hive Southwest of land. 1'. » I. »- interested in {els- 1;, e 30+, 3 bmbhel and a 5 (1013 called Sam and a tortoise ‘ kll2Il: about you? l»iln’3l: . ‘I like mu. andI'vv er. J_e’iie gal ‘Li9ItVlIl"£]. lily am you? where do you Iiie’? How old you? lli t’; your me? Please. ., >ri'l; e {:0 me - , Jil: I« best wishes item L I‘ I 1
  9. 9. Meet Joe, Sadie, Sam and Jack! a Close your book and listen to Joe, Sadie and Jack. Who is the message in the bottle from? ix-l-. ' Hi! My name's Jack. I live next door to Sadie, at number twenty. I'm interested in computers and I like animals. I Listen again and follow in your book. Then complete the information. because hershe The message is from is years old. Heighe has got , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, , H . His. /Her address is 1: Close your book and listen to the message in the bottle. Remember! Her name's Sadie. She's twelve. His name's Joe. He's fourteen. Hello! I'm Joe. I live in Exeter, at number eighteen Maple Road. I like music and I'm in a band. This is my sister. Her name's Sadie. Hi! I'm Sadie, and this is our dog Sam. I'm twelve. My brother's fourteen and my sister Kate's eighteen. She's at university. Writing and speaking More about me Use what you know Look at the questions at the end of the letter in 2b and write your answers. Then work with a friend and ask and answer. What nationality are you?
  10. 10. In Step 3 you study so that you can ' 0 numbers and dates I understand and use numbers 0 spell words in English 0 the alphabet 0 say the date I ask for permission and help 0 classroom language . . . . o . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . - - . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . - Numbers The alphabet a Say the numbers, then say a Say the letters in each group. the next number in the series. 1 1 3 5 7 . ... ,. 2 2 4 6 8 . ... ... ... .. 3 11 12 13 . ... ... ... ._ 4 20 30 __________ _, 5 65 70 75 , ,,, ,,, ,,, H 6 21 28 35 Listen and check. In Test a friend Write another series of numbers. Read the numbers to a friend. Can your friend say the next number? 4,8312.. . Kate ieii AHK Dates Answer the questions. i a SEPTEIVIBEFI I Now put these letters in the right group. D — Lee D G J N S U Y It's the twenty~fifth of September. ) Listen and Check‘ Things in the classroom 1 What's the date today? 2 when-S your national day? a Say the names of at least two things in the classroom. Remember! We write: 25th September I Listen and write the letters. 1 R—U- L—E—R We say: the twenty-fifth of September Now say the words. See page 143 for dates and months. 0 Module 1
  11. 11. Asking for permission Asking for help a Match the questions with I What can you say about the photos? the pictures. *7 1 Can I use your ruler. please? ‘ 2 Can I look at your ‘ dictionary, please? " 3 Can I close the window. ‘ ’ please? I‘; - I) close your book and listen. What homework has Jack got? I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I SADIE: Hello. 802-I65. JACK: lli, Sadie. It's_Izick. How are you? SADIE: All right, thanks. JACK: Sadie, can you help me with my hoinework? SADIE: Sure. JACK: How do you say ‘It's great’ in Frencltl’ SADIE: (I list C/ IUIl('Nt’. JACK: How do you spell it? SADIE: I think it's C - apostrophe - I’. - S - T, C - H - 0 - U - I’. — double 'l‘ - I-Z. JACK: Thanks, Szitiic. SADIE: That's OK. See you tomorrow, jack. Bye! Listen again and follow in your book. Then put the words in the right order. Ask and answer the questions. 1 say / ‘ language / do / how / in / you / ‘It's great’ / your? 2 you / ‘great’ / ‘ how / do / spell? (I Role play If you have time, act the conversation between Jack and Sadie. Change some details if you like. Writing A letter to Sadie Use what you know b Ask and answer the Look at the letter on page 8, then write a reply. questions in 5a_ 3 USE W0|'ClSf| '0n1 SIEDS 1 and Canl look at your? (you, ,, dd, e,, ) dictionary, please. 5 (The day? ) Dear Sadie, Yes‘ of course. / N0’ Sorry. 1/: // ‘:k9:i’)/ foo-r: e$: ‘age. l My name’; .1 live in . I. : I e; Wis es’ mm. ... c If you have time. make If you aren't sure, ask your teacher. more questions: can 1 me you, ,Ui, i,e, ’ 5 How do you spell ‘hamster’ ? How do you say in English? Pleage? ' - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ‘:
  12. 12. Extra exercises order and make questions. 1 Put the words in the right 1 1 2 lO€l1#bJ What"; your name? your / what / name / '5? do / name / spell / you / how / your ? mean / it / what / does? me / can / help / you? it / what / is ? you / are / how? use / can / rubber / I / your ? understand / do / you ? 0 2 Complete the conversations. 1 1 How are you? a All right, thanks. b I'm James. c He's fine. Can you help me? a That's OK. b Sure. c Fine. thanks. Can I look at your dictionary? a Yes. please. b All right. thanks. c Yes. of course. Thanks, Jack. a That's OK. b It's great. c No. sorry. Can I look at your answers? a No, thanks. b No. sorry. c I'm all right. 9 Module 1 3 Choose the right word. 1 la 1 My __________ __ is Sadie. a surname b name c nationality 2 This is Joe. He's __________ __ . a England b English c the UK 3 Hello, I'm Jack. I'm __________ _, . a friend b thirteen c sister 4 Can you . ... ... ... ,_ me with my homework? a read b help c write 5 I'm interested in music and __________ __ a computer b a computer c computers Write the answers. 1 50 — 10 = .fq. r.. ’r. y_ 2 10 + 12 + 15 = __________ __ 3 10 x 5 = __________ _ 4 40 — 17 = .. ... ... .. . . 5 10 + 7 = ,, ,,, ,,, ,, __ 6 2 x 7 = __________ , . 7 14 + 5 = __________ __ 8 90 — 10 + 10 = 9 10 Which word is the odd one out? 1 broflrer 1 brother elephant tortoise dog 2 pizza apple teacher banana 3 Monday Thursday September Wednesday 4 desk computer sea ruler 5 comma university full stop question mark How do you say these sentences in your language? 1 How do you spell ‘Kate’? 2 What does ‘guess’ mean? 3 I don't understand. 4 Can you say that again? 5 Can you help me? 6 Can I use your dictionary?
  13. 13. ' . . J» 5’ “"’ M’ ‘ 4‘ Extra reading £333", re * Alphabet world How many letters are there in your alphabet? hr. The word ¢iI[illillI(‘l comes from the first two letters ofrhe Greek ; tlph;1het — tr/ p/in and firm. There are hundreds 0I. difi‘erc'nt nlphabists in the world. Sonic .1lpl1.1hcts use letters and some use syn1bols. Tltc English larrgti-.1gc uses the Roiniut iilphabct. It has got 20 letters‘ — five 'o’cI. (.1. c. i. 0. u. ) and 21 consonants (Ior c. '. 'nnplc. b. k, m). Thc modern St‘. lIlCl.11‘d Arabic alpltnbet has got 28 letters and they are all consonants‘. The Khmer alpltnbet from Curnbodin has got 74 lt'ttcr‘s. 'l‘|1e Cliincsc lartgtragc uses‘ 6.5”” ditllwcnt symbols — and children at school learn about 3.lI(IlI ofthcml "Ia , ABCDEFGI-IIJKLMN 0' _§_l_>g_defg 'jklmnopqrs ABOUT Task ALPHABETS Are these sentences true or false? Runes are an old and 1 False. mysterious alphabet 1 All alphabets in the world use letters. from Northern Europe. There are 26 letters in the English language. The Arabic alphabet has got 28 consonants. The Khmer alphabet is from Europe. The Chinese language has got 3,000 symbols. Unit 1 0 Tolkien uses the runic alphabet in his books The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Lflh-WM
  14. 14. In Step 1 you study names of members of a band the verb be: affirmative Wh- questions Key vocabulary Members of a band a Match the words with the numbers in the photo. 1 keyboard player singer drummer bass guitarist lead guitarist keyboard player Listen to Joe and his band. Then use the words in 1a and complete the sentences 1-5. ire you ready? so that you can ask for and give information write about an imaginary pop group Hi! Do you remember me? I'm Joe Kelly. This is my band. Monsoon. Come and meet the others. Come and listen! l'm th l<. .eyb, <2a_r_d_p. l_oy_er__ . _. . And my name's Barney. I'm the {V . is Presentation It's called Monsoon . school‘. a Read the text. What is it? There is an exciting new band_al gheltader. u soon. Joe Kelly is t e a a letter from Mel Adams "5 Caued Mon b rd player. Sadie Kelly I5 b an article in a school magazine and 38,5 the k? l1e(')saonly 12 but she's c an article by a teacher at Westover School e rummer. tbhmuantl l'm the Sing? "-The “he! two and h Listen and follow the text in your book. 6'9 lee Hamel Then match the questions with the answers. 1 c members of the 9'0”? Barney Sutton. They'f€ Lee is the bass guitari lead guitarist. We'll? all 5m School. We need another sing interested. COM3“ me! the two guitarists. e is the 1 Who's the singer? a Westover School. St and Sam yw stover 2 Who's the drummer? b Monsoon. dems at ewe 3 who are the two guitarists? c Mel Adams. e” if you 4 Where are they from? d Lee Harper and lm in Class 9Y' 5 What's the name of the band? Barne)’ Sutton. e Sadie Kelly. Ask and answer the questions.
  15. 15. Key grammar be: affirmative Practice Copy and complete the table. Use short a Complete the questions with What, Where, Who or When. forms from the article in Exercise 2. 1 _wb_aI_:5 your name? 4 7777777 your English teacher? 2 __________ _'s your birthday? 5 __________ , _'s your address? Full form 5/‘IOIT form 3 _______ __ V are you from? angular , It What about you? Work with a friend and ask ' am and answer the questions in 6a. You are He is _ _ What's your name? ) CMy name's Maria. ) 2: Try this! Reading and speaking we normally say: Band practice lam and He is . Can we say: /is .7 a Read the email. Who is it from? They are - . W1‘ . To: Mel Adams, Lee Harper, Barney Sutton Pracflce Subject: Band practice Complete the sentences. Hi, everyone! Our next practice is on Thursday at 1 This is Joe. __l‘fle, ';__, the leader of 4 o. dock_ “.5 in Room 12_ Monsoon; _ Don't be late! 2 My name s Sadie. ,, ,,, ,,, ,, , , a student. 3 I like Alicia Keys. , . ... ... . . _ my 4 fLaV°“'': jeJ5'”9e''f ‘ d In complete the conversation. Then ask and answer the questions. ee an oe are nen s. __________ __ , _ in Class 9SJ. A: when 5 the next practice? 5 Jack and I are students. B: W5 °” ------- -- -- at ---------- -- ‘ at Westover School. A? Wh? ’e 55 it? 6 Barney, look at the time! B‘ 't 5 '” --------- v- ~ I 7 M‘é’liandlaL: : late’ I: If you have time, make another conversation. 8 This is my keyboard. __________ , _ When's our next football practice? ) Japanese. l/ I d f l t's on Fri ay at ive o'c ock. Key grammar Wh- questions Speaking and writing My new band How do you say What, Where, Whoand When in your language? ""7" '~""‘l ""' 7“""" What's the name of the band? 5 Imagine you're in a band with your friends, or with your where's Exeter? 5 favourite stars. Copy and complete the list, then ask your Who's the drummer? classmates about their bands. whenls your national day? The band is called . . . Singer: .. . . Lead guifarisfz Bass’ guifarisf: Me DVUIYIFYIGPT Keyboard player: Now write a description of your band. Use words from the article by Mel in Exercise 2. When you see this, look at the Grammar notes at the back of the Workbook. Unit 2
  16. 16. in Step 2 YOU Study 50 that V0" Can c ifii Listen again and follow in _; _r the verb be: negative: questions ask and answer 5 your book. Then choose the right v and short answers questions about 5 answer to the questions. 1 I: ‘W names of interests and activities YOUT WBIESIS 3 1 is Sadie with her cousin? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3. a Ye5_ it is. b No, she isn't. Presentation Are they good at sport? C Yes’ She '5‘ _ 2 Are Jack and Sadie on the beach? a What can you say about the photos? a No_ they arehrt. b Yes. we are. c Yes, they are. 3 Is Canberra the capital of Australia? a Yes, she is. b Yes. he is. c Yes, it is. Key grammar be: negative, ’ questions and short answers Complete the answers. l'm not good at sport. He isn't her boyfriend. They aren't English. Are you good at sport? , I am. / . ... ... .. . . . l'm not. Is he her brother? Yes. he Is. / No, he , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,, . Are they Australian? Yes. they . ... ... ... ., ./ No, they aren't. go to the beach eve/ Cl school. hope you like photo‘. Ive got a new it's great. II r’. E* ; ~ Close your book and listen to the conversation between Sadie and Jack. What's the capital of Australia? It '5 8. I5 iii the iiioriiiiig, Siiiliv and luck UR’ tit the hits‘ Sin’). 3 Complete the questions" 1 . Ar_e. . you good at English? Jack good at sport? Practice SADIE: I've got a letter from my cousin, and a photo. Look! That's Annie. d _ A I, ? JACK: She's nice. Sy ney In Ustra la‘ SADIE: And that's Mark. "the Capital? _ MK. is he he, hhyimhdy . ... ... .. . . Jack and Sadie In Sydney? SADIE: No, he isn't. He's her brother. JACK: What a fantastic beach! is it in I-lngland? U'TbbJl| ll Ask and answer the questions in 3a. SADIE: No, it's in Australia. They live in Sydney. I Are you good at English? (Yes. I amQ JACK: Are they good at surfing? V SADIE: Yes, they are. And they're good at Volleyball 1: Test a friend write at least one and t€nniS and Swimming! question with Is/ Are . ..? Can your JACK: ls Sydney the capital of Australia? friend answer the question? SADIE: No, it isn't. Canberra's the capital. ,, z _ JACK: Oh yes. l'm not very good at geography, Kile J09 and Same A”5"3“a”-7 > and l'm not very good at sport. I SADIE: Never mind, Jack. No one's perfect. Module 1
  17. 17. Key vocabulary Interests and activities Match the words with the pictures. 1 computer games sport art computergames science cooking reading music swimming (9 ® @ i” C‘ : s.7 @ § ‘ . ' / /y’, ,- 6? ». :.. .@ s e 3 / "' r v —— ‘ a-5 Listen and check. . .—— L} Reading and listening A survey Writing and speaking a Read the Student Survey. What is the survey about? a What about you? Look at the survey. Write at least three true sentences about you. I'm not bad of sport I'm quite interested in Science. I F . 'l Sitti- What are you good at’? What are you interested in? We want to l . know! It Work with a friend. Ask and answer Name -~-~49»-C--"---E—”~':5 -------------------- -~ Class ~~~~~~~~ ~~8—)-N1’ ~~~~~~~ ~— questions from the survey. Yes, i am. l'm not bad. No, i’m not. A: Are you good at computer games? We YOU 9000 at _ B: l'm not bad. ' S90“? : [: Z A: Are you interested in music? ' 3'17 4 E E B: Yes. I am. - computer games? Z l: ' 5‘”"“"“"9? — :1 Speaking My interests Yes, I am. I'm quite No, l'm not. interested. Are you interested in use what you know 0 ‘ J _ : ';: ;:7 2| if E _ Work with a friend. Ask and answer _ reading? 3 Z : questions about other interests. ° music? Z] ; Are you good at football? Are you interested in animals? T ll th l b t f ‘ d. I: Listen to Mel and Jack. Look at Jack's answers. e e C 355 a on your "en Which tick (J) is in the wrong place? Paul's good at football. E He's interested in cars, but I: Make at least three true sentences about Jack. ; he isn't interested in animals. He i§r'1' bad afarf. He's quite interested in cooking.
  18. 18. H‘ In Step 3 you study so that you can 0 BU9”05 All“ 9 Tums _; _r names of places around the world talk about facts 6 B“35‘l'<3 _ 0 CW0 f geography vocabulary play a quiz game 6 53!! F! v3”C!5C0 9 A! l‘9”5 1? singular and plural nouns O W35l“”9‘°“ DC 9 Rome 6 New York 0 Milan 6 Ottawa @ Barcelona 0 Vancouver © Madrid 7 . O Rabat Q Paris ; ® London Q USA 9 . t ‘Y, ’ “o, il| i'l~. Tl(: Popocaiepetl ---7_ (7! Q '5 A K Pei ii ii ‘ -il. ,l ». ’ 2'2 Brazil _ ii I ll —~« 4;, 6 Key vocabulary Countries and cities Cover the map. What countries and capital cities do you know in English? England, Argentina, Madrid, London Key pronunciation Word stress L Listen to the rhythm drill, then join in. Listen to the words. Listen to the beat. Clap your hands and stamp your feet. Rome! Spain! France! Greece! London! England! Paris! Europe! Washington! Italy! Canada! Amazon! Titicaca! Mississippi! Argentina! Barcelona! Kilimanjaro! Kilimanjaro! Popocatepetl! Popocatepetl! Module 1 Fe. 0 Algiers . , V fz . Mount ‘ ,7 Kilimaniaro - Q, a . ‘ , « ‘ l‘ . A ‘, b [fffji Listen to the names and match them with their stress patterns. England - 2 England 1 7 America 2 ‘ K. Kilimanjaro 3 Spain 4 ~ Africa 5 4 Writing and speaking a G) Look at the map. How many facts can you find? You've got three minutes! Washington is the capital of flue USA. Tine Andes are in South America. h Ask and answer questions about the map. - A -. What's the capital of Italy? I 't A iii/ Vhere are the Great Lakes? I
  19. 19. Ask and answer. ( What's number one? ) ( It'samountain. ) Key vocabulary Geography 5 Listening A radio quiz Look at the words and the photos. ,. m mtemted in geography and my favourite radio programme is is 5/nguia, piurai that right? Listen! lake lakes mountain mountains volcano volcanoes river rivers hill hills city cities country countries See Spelling notes. D399 142- ® a Copy the words in Exercise 4. Then listen to the radio quiz and tick (J) the words you hear. I: Read the sentences. Then listen to the quiz again. Are the sentences right or wrong? 1 Madrid is the capital of Italy. Kilimanjaro isn't a city. Vancouver and Brasilia are countries. The Thames and the Mississippi aren't lakes. The Great Lakes aren't in Europe. U’! ->£A)I) I: How do you say these expressions in your language? 1 Are you ready? 5 l'm sorry. 2 Is it right or wrong? 6 Yes. please. 3 Are you sure? 7 Oh dear! 4 Well done! Speaking A quiz Use what you know Play is that right? Use the expressions in SC. Use names on the map, or talk about places in your country. A: Milan and Madrid are capital cities. 8: Wrong! A: The Andes aren't in Spain. B: Right! Find some new ideas. A: Hondas are Italian. 8: Wrong! A: Beckham is a footballer. 8: Right! - . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . - . . . . . . . - - - . -
  20. 20. la 1 Are you good at sport? a I'm not bad. b l'm quite interested. c Yes. he is. 2 Are you interested in cooking? a Yes. I am. b No, she isn't. c That's OK. 3 Where's the next practice? a At four o'clock. b In Room 12. c On Wednesday. 4 Who's her boyfriend? a In Australia. b Her name's Kim. c Barney Sutton. Choose the right word. 1 c 1 Rome and Paris are . .. a countries b volcanoes c cities 2 Britain is a , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,, . a nationality b country c language 3 Volleyball is my favourite a animal b music c sport 4 Melisasingerina a band b class c magazine 5 The Mississippi isa a lake b river c hill Extra exercises Complete the conversations. Complete the conversation from the radio programme is that right? 1 c A: Are you ready to play is a Great! that right? 1 53.’ A: Listen carefully. Is it right or b Oh we“: “ever mind- wrong? Vancouver is a country. "V9 9°‘ 51-000- B: 3 , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, , H A: Yes. And you've got £1,000. C Yes Danny B. 3 VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV N V ‘ ' A: Now listen carefully. Canberra is in Australia. d wrong. “-5 a my 8: ‘ , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, ,,, , _, A: Oh John, l'm sorry. Yes, it is. It's the capital. e Er I'm not sure. 8: 5 No. it isn't. Complete the words. Sadie is the d, _r, omm, er in the band Monsoon. Perth isn't the c_ , of Australia. Vesuvius is a famous v , ,,, ,,, ,,, _, in Italy. Monsoon is the name of a b __________ _, Beckham is good at f , . Joe is the l, _ . . of Monsoon. He's a 5.. . at Westover School. lOU'| J>bJf)>-I 7 Make questions for these answers. Use Who, Where, What or When. When is Christmas Day? It's on 25th December. It's in Australia. 53, Albany Road, Bristol. He's the lead guitarist of Monsoon. It's on 12th April. (J'| -5>(A3N)b‘I~I How do you say these sentences in your language? 1 Never mind. 4 Are you ready? 2 Well done! 5 Is be good at surfing? 3 Oh dear! 6 What a fantastic beach!
  21. 21. Extra reading ‘ The UK How many countries are there in the United Kingdom? Read the text and find out. . ,.. z_‘ - ABOUT THE UK 3 ‘t ' ’ f ‘t f d ' ) a. ''ci‘, ‘.-3;n'‘r', -‘Z'i'. §'i§. .§’. ,‘7.. . Edmursh g an Indian curry. (Q . _ hat is the (llll(‘I'€‘ll(’t' between lingliiiitl, (jreat liritain and the Unitetl Kingtloinz’ You tlon'I know! ’ Well, (loni worry, liettitise a lot of British people aren't sure of the answer. ll's ctiinplicaietll hnglantl, Srotlantl and Wales are three separate (‘t)tIl]it‘lt's, but they have all got the stone prime minister . tl1(l nearly everyone speaks English. The three ronntries together are (‘ltllP(l (lreat Britain. Tunnel To the west of (lretil Britain is lrelantl. O“= Northern Ireland and the three | countries of (Jreai Britain are talletl the United Kingtloin. Ca . . -‘. ._, .‘, .. _ V -———-¢. ... __, ..--r - — The (‘tlpllill of Northern lrelantl is Belfast. Can you find the capital cities‘ of England, Scotland and VVale. si’ Task Match the sentences with the pictures on the map. 1 e 1 You can hear Caribbean music 5 There's a famous festival of at a famous carnival here. music and theatre here every 2 A beautiful lake and a great August. place for fishing! 6 The Tanveer family are Muslim. 3 Are you interested in football? They go to the mosque every This is the place for you! Friday. 4 Hello, my name's Raiid. We've 7 it connects the UK to France. got a restaurant here. 8 A popular area for water sports. Unit 2
  22. 22. Can I , please? , V, 7) VI”: _i " Check that you can ask for permission. Put the words in the right order and make three questions. L e r 1 ruler/ USS / ‘ I. your ‘can? ang 9 a y 2 I / close / can . please I window / the? The English alphabet 3 look at / can / dictionary / your / I / please? ABCDEFGHIJKLMN ’hv OPQRSTUVWXYZ Teerbbe Check that you can Affirmative . Negative 1.1 say the colours and match the sound l'm, . I'm not I g _ with the groups of letters. red — LNS Y0? '9 3’ Italian Y0U_ aiffnt En9l|5h- red grey blue Hes, 3' , He 'S. m, LNS IY QU BDV O AHK lsthses Spanish. lsthiiinistnt at home. 1.2 ask and say how to spell English words. we're at 5choo[_ we aren't sure. How do you spell ‘dictionary’? You're You aren't I ' They're _ thirteen. They aren't I'm 2 I am You're = You are He's : He is aren't = are not isn't : is not D-I-C-T-I-0—N-A-R-Y 1] Numbers Questions Check that you can : - 3 Yes, you are. 2.1 ask about age and say your age. Am ' ; late? No’ you are, -,'[. g > ' Yes. I am. How old are you? Are you No‘ '. m not 2.2 b k _ . : Yes, he/ she/ it is. count ac wards from 30 to 10 is he/ she/ .1 right? No’ he/ She/ it ism. Are we Yes’ you are‘. No, you aren t. See Numbers, page 143. Are you ready? :Je)s, v»: :3eaar: }e[; ’t Dates Are they : ‘(: S.tthhe6yYa3r; ea’t Check that you can ' ' ' 3-1 SBY f0d3Y'S date You is singular and plural: . Jack, are you ready? ‘I S the twelfth of October‘ Jack and Sadie. are you ready? 3_2 say the date of your birthday, The form: you are / you're is the same. When's your birthday? what is an anaconda? , . . Where Timbuktu? It s on the twenty-first of April. when are Christmas Day? who the Corrs? See Months and Days, page 143. Module 1 Review ) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - . .. . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..
  23. 23. Check that you can 5.1 talk about facts. Make true sentences. I'm 12. Barcelona is in Spain. The Andes are in South America. 5.2 ask and answer questions like these. Are you interested in music? 1; Sydney in Australia? 5.3 understand and ask questions with What, Where. When and Who. Make four questions from the table on page 22. then match them with these answers. 1 It's on the twenty-fifth of December. 2 It's a snake. 3 They're pop stars. 4 It's in Africa. New complete these questions. Do you know the answers? 1 . ... ... ... .. Pavarotti? 2 __________ . . the Alps? 3 , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,_ a BMW? 4 New Year's Day? 5 __ the Simpsons? 6 Paris? Plural nouns Lee is a guitarist. Lee and Barney are guitarists. The Thames is a river. The Thames and the Mississippi are rivers. Check that you can say these words in the plural. mountain lake city country student volcano See Spelling notes, page 142. ‘“ Prepositions in, on, at I live In Exeter. Exeter is In England. Our band practice is in Room 12. The song is in English. My birthday is on 3rd January. See you on Sunday. Please come at eight o'clock. Mel is at Westover School. We live at number 18. Check that you can use the correct preposition for 7.1 dates: Christmas is , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,_ the twenty<fifth of December. 7.2 days: The concert is _ . . . Saturday. 7.3 times: Our English lesson is , ,,, ,,, ,,, __ ten o'clock. 7.4 places: 1 They live , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,_ Ottawa. It's , ,,, ,,, ,,, A, Canada. 2 My bag is , ,,, ,,, ,, . _ the classroom. 3 Sadie and Jack are , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,, Westover School. Capital letters ' We use a capital letter to begin the names of: Cities and countries: Tokyo, Spain Nationalities and languages: English, Italian Days of the week: Monday, Saturday Months: January. April Check that you can say which words begin with a capital letter. yellow japanese monday june french teacher washington lake month august italy thursday spanish argentina day Classroom language Check that you can understand these sentences. Look at the photos. Listen to the CD/ cassette. Read the conversation. Write true sentences. Ask your teacher. Ask/ Answer the questions. work with a partner. Make a list. Say ‘hippopotamus’. Is it right or wrong? Jack's right. Sadie's wrong. The right answer. / The wrong answer. l'm sure. / I'm not sure. I know. / I don't know. I understand. / I don't understand. I think . what does ‘guess’ mean? How do you say in English? How do you spell ’eight’? Pardon? Can you say that again? Can you help me, please? Can I use your dictionary? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .( M0dU[e1ReView
  24. 24. Vocabulary Inconnuance-n-naonunuouuunlnun: Ilnononlcnocnulolnnounu 24 1 - - . - . .-no-. ... .. - - - - o lno - . . n - - - - a - . - - - - - - - - - - o - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . u - - u o - - u - - - - u . - . - . . . . . . . - o ¢ - - - - - . - o - . - - - - u . . . - Personal information I'm American. I live in New York. I've got two sisters. I'm interested In surfing. I'm quite good at sport. Music band drummer guitarist bass guitarist lead guitarist keyboard player leader singer Subjects and interests art computer games cooking football geography music reading science sport surfing swimming tennis volleyball Geography beach capital city country hill lake mountain river sea town volcano Expressions Are you ready? Are you sure? Don't panic! How are you? Fine. / I'm fine. / All right thanks. Never mind. Oh dear! Pardon? See you tomorrow / on Sunday. Sorry. / l'm sorry. Thanks. / Thank you. Thanks very much. That's OK. Well done! What a fantastic beach! What about you? Yes, of course. Yes, please. How do you spell ‘computer’? Is Jack good at geography? _. -o- - o o - o - o Inuonooooooon . . . . . . . . - a s o - o - - n - - - o o - o - o - - - - o - - - - u - a o - o o - o - o - o - - . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . u - o - o - u - - - . - . - o . - o . . . . . . . . . - o o - o - - - - - - - c u - o . . . .. Study skills I Your coursebook Can you answer these questions? 1 How many Units are there in the book? How many Reviews are there? Where is the Wordlist? Where can you find information about grammar? What page is Coursework 1 on? U'f&UJl~. I How's It going? Hi! How's it going? English isn't easy, so if you've got some problems. don't worry! No one's perfect! Ask a friend. Talk to someone who can speak English. And don't forget to tell your teacher! 0 Your rating Look again at pages 22-23. For each section give yourself a star rating: Good 3‘: 2‘: 3‘: Not bad = .‘r ; ‘r I can't remember much ; ‘r a vocabulary Choose two titles in the Vocabulary list, then close your book. How many words can you remember for each topic? 0 Test a friend Look again at Units 1 and 2. Think of at least two questions about these units, then ask a friend. 0 Write to your teacher Write a short letter to your teacher in your own language. Say how things are going. Have you got any problems? 0 Your Workbook Complete the Learning diaries for Units 1 and 2.
  25. 25. Cggurgg-work] - All about me! Read about Jack. Then write about: 0 your name, age and where you live 0 your interests 0 your address and telephone number 0 your town 0 your school. LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL Use drawings, pictures and photos too. Facts about I . . . . . . o - o - . . . . . - - a . . . . . . . . o o - o . . . - . o a c - o . - . . - - . - . - . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - - - . . . . . . - o o - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - . - . . . . . . . a o . _ My address is: 20 Maple Road. Exeter. Devon EXII 4NP. My telephone number is: 01352 736459 My name is Jack Ellis. l'm thirteen years old. My birthday is on znd October. I live with my mum in Exeter. I like computer games and books about animals. Exeter is a town in the southwest of England. It's on the River En. It's quite near the sca. This is a photo of me and my friend fien with our skateboards at the skate park. I'm a student at Westover comprehensive school. I'm in Class $NT. I'm quite good at art and I'm interested in science. l'm not very good at sport. Module 1 Review 25
  26. 26. Things and people In Module 2 you study . onnoocoounoonononoooonooooouoonocoounuo-oonuupoo-con-uoono--coo. . ¢ooItooIoooIIooooouooooooaooooon. u Grammar Have got + a/ an: some/ any Possessive '5 Possessive adjectives This/ these, that/ those What is/ are like? Has got Vocabulary Names of everyday things Names of the members of a family Adjectives Parts of the body Adjectives describing how you feel I've got a headache/ cold so that you can Talk about possessions, and things you use at school Identify things Say who something belongs to write a description of a family Ask about and describe things Talk about a person's appearance and personality Say how you feel Write a description of an imaginary person a '0oIuooooo0oIoIInoIhcotooctooocooooonuottunotoololoolo-t0oIIoIooI| ' The Silent Powers Chapter 1 — Two messages for Sophie Chapter 2 — Sophie's dream : ‘_ ¢. ('cfl ’e — . If. - Life and culture Collections London $-- '4 Coursework 2 Important things to me You write about your favourite people. places and things. _ 5 . .., ,., ,-, am 5 : F596 8: Fun! ’ ' °"°"Yone 9 "'9
  27. 27. What can you say about the pictures? Now match the pictures with sentences 1-5. 1 I've got some cameras and some CD5. Val is Robbie's grandmother. My favourite TV programme IS Extreme Sports. He's got a cruel face and his teeth are black. Is this your lunchbox? U’! -5>(. «JIJ
  28. 28. ‘ talk about possessions, and things you use at school a‘ Mr'i: i;'i I121 ya you 993. In Step 1 you study names of everyday things have got + a-‘an; some / any [W . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... . Presentation Have you got any peanuts? Cover the text and listen to the conversation between Sadie and her friend Lisa. Where are they? so that you can . -11:4? a in the park b at school c at the cinema Key vocabulary Everyday things Look at the things in the pictures. How many words do you know? c Q 1 key 2 CD player 3 watch SADIE: Lisa! WIi; it' the time? LISA: I dim’t Immv. I hii'cn’t got ii watch. Sssh! SADIE: Iiszi! l'm hungr_'. HiI'L‘ you got any peiiiitits? LISA: .'o, I Iiavt-n't. But I've got suinu crisps in my hag. Ht‘I'L‘ you lift‘. SADIE: 'I'h. 'iiiI<s. .Imm ’I‘hL-so are nice. MAN: Sssh! SADIE: Sorry. Lisa! I, ,,_, , - ‘ LISA: Wh; it’s the mzittcr now? A : “‘V"“*. ,/‘. Vm’V . .. _- . . '» . .—. : SADIE. I ITLIVLII t got tiny tissuts. « - . ‘V" LISA: What? SADIE: How you got any tissiics? ‘ LISA: Wait ii minute. Yes, I Iizivc. Here you are. ' WOMAN: Ssxhf 4 badges 5 tennis racket USA; Sflm. ‘ SADIE: I ini! Have you gut in' umbrella’? I can't find it. ' ' LISA: .lt-'t-r mind. Be quiet and watch the film. MAN: Sssh! (Ian you he quiet. plt-use! LISA and SADIE: Sorry. i; “7;i Listen again and follow in your book. Then match the words in A with the words in B 3 “SW95 and make sentences. _ , 'V 2 Have you got any peanuts? I T . § A B ’ {R2 59’ 1 Have you got any watch. T I 1 2 I haven't got a peanuts? S’ 3 I haven't got any tissues? . 4 I’ve got any tissues. _ 5 Have you got some crisps. 10 pencil case 11 calculator 12 peanuts M . Role play If you have time, act the conversation Listen and say the words. between Sadie and Lisa. i Module 2
  29. 29. Key grammar have got + a/ an or some Complete the explanation with a, an and some. I've You've we've They've We use . or with singular nouns and with plural nouns. a watch r‘ pencil case / CD player. got an umbrella/ anorak/ apple. some peanuts/ tissues/ crisps. Practice Choose the right word. 1 some 1 You've got (a an , some) computer games. I've got (a / an / some) tennis racket. They've got (a an x some) badges. We've got (a an some) umbrella. You've got (a : an / some) CD player. U'I#UJr> Test a friend Write three sentences with I've got. Leave a blank for a, an or some. Can your friend complete the sentences? I've got . ... ... . . . apple. Speaking What about you? Talk about your things. (I've got a key and some tissues in my pocket. D X What have you got: 1 in your pocket? 2 on your desk? 3 in your bag? Key pronunciation Plural nouns cu» id‘: -‘iii Listen to the rhythm drill, then join in. I've got some badges and some watches, some cameras and (D5, some dictionaries and pencil cases, mobiles and TVs. I've got some skateboards and some trainers, some socks and anoraks, some T-shirts and umbrellas, bags and baseball caps. g"?3;j Listen and repeat the words. 1 / V T-shirts anoraks caps 2 / z/ bags cameras skateboards 3 / ll/ badges pencilcases watches Key grammar have got + some/ any Complete the explanation with some and any. I've got some crisps. I haven't got any crisps. Have you got any crisps? Yes. I have. / No. I haven't. We use . ... ... ... .. with plurals in affirmative sentences. We use . .. ... ... .. with plurals in negative sentences. We normally use . ... .. . . . in questions. What about you? Write true sentences with I've got or I haven't got and some or any. Practice 1 Ilnax/ eri'1‘ 90+ any badges. 1 badges 4 football socks 2 computer games 5 trainers 3 English books 6 CD5 Ask your friends about the things in 8a. (Yes. I have. / No. I haven't. Have you got any badges? If you have time, think of other things and make more questions. gave you got a bike? KYes, I have. Q Writing and speaking My school shop rm «‘mr. ;i ‘vi: -i-v : iil-iv. Imagine there's a shop at your school. You're the manager! What have you got in your shop? Write at least two useful things and two interesting things. I’Ve 901‘ some dictionaries" and . .. Work with a friend. Ask about his/ her shop. A: What have you got in your shop? B: I've got some calculators, and I've got some baseball caps. A: Have you got any computer games? B: Yes. I have. / No. I haven't.
  30. 30. In Step 2 you study possessive '5 _ possessive adjectives Tl‘ rh/ s,/ r/iese, that. those {:1 so that you can identify things say who something belongs to Presentation That's Joe's lunchbox What can you say about the photos? Listen to the conversation and follow in your book. What are the names of the things 11-8) in the photos? lt’. . loiiilin' imirriiiigg. Smlic um! / oz’ are with their father in tin: ki'(t‘Iieii. E| 'l'f)‘(im' is in 11 Imrr}: MR KELLY: Is this your lunchbox, Sadie? SADIE: No, I've got my lunchbox in my bag. Tl1at's_l0e'. s lunchbox. JOE: Where are my trainers, Dad? MR KELLY: I don't know. Sue! Where are _loe’s trainers’? MRS KELLY: His trainers and his football socks are on the stairs. And Sadie's umbrella and her watch are on the stairs too. JOE: I’m hungry. Dad, are those your sandwiches? MR KELLY: Yes, they are. Don't eat those! They're for my lunch. SADIE: Telephone! JOE: Oh, no! Where's my mobile? SADIE: I don't know. I hayen‘t LJ‘ Listen again‘ Are these gm mu, mob-,1e_ sentences true or false? Correct the false sentences. JOE: it's in my anorak. Where's my anorak? SADIE: I can hear our bus. Come on, Joe, hurry up! JOE: Hi, Barney Sadie, wait 21 minute! SADIE: Bye, Mum. Bye. Dad. Have :1 nice day. Tl1ey'reJoe'sfrainers. It's Joe's lunchbox. They're Sadie’s trainers. They're Mr Kelly's football socks. It's Mrs Kelly's umbrella. It's Sadie's watch. They're Mr Kelly's sandwiches. It's Sadie's mobile. It's Joe's anorak. <X7lOU'1>bJr)i-dll , Module 2
  31. 31. Key grammar Possessive '5 How do you say these sentences in your language? Where are Joe's trainers? Kate is Joe and Sadie's sister. Practice Match the words in A with the words in B and make sentences. 1 Mike and Sue are Sadie’; parents. A B 1 Mike and Sue Sadie's tortoise 2 Joe Sadie's parents 3 Sam Lisa's best friend 4 Lightning Kate's brother 5 Annie and Mark Joe and Sadie's dog 6 Sadie Joe and Sadie's COUSITTS Key grammar Possessive adjectives Complete the table with possessive adjectives from the conversation. —> -> -> -> -> -<> -> Practice Complete the sentences with possessive adjectives. 1 Sadie's lunchbox IS in , _}fl€I, bag. 2 Joe hasn't got . ... ... ... .. trainers. 3 Sue is Joe and Sadie's mother and Mike is _ , , father. 4 Joe's mobile is in , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,, anorak 5 Sadie's sandwiches are in , ,,, ,,, , , , lunchbox. 6 Joe, have you got __________ __ anorak? Listening Two famous sisters What do you know about the women in the photo? Listen to the information. Then match the questions with the answers. What are their names? What's their surname? Is that Venus on the right? What's their father's name? What's their mother's name? What's their favourite place? O’U'| -F-9JfJb-A A: Is this your lunchbox? B: No, that's Joe's lunchbox. Speaking My things 1 c fDQ. F1U’Q) His name's Richard. Their house in Florida. Venus and Serena. Her name's Oracene. No. that's her sister. Serena. f Williams. A: Are these your socks? B: No. those are Dad's socks. Use what you know Put your things on the teacher's desk. Ask and answer. A: what's this? B: It's Mario's calculator. A: What are these? C: They're Ana's crisps. - . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . . . . - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . -
  32. 32. Reading A new baby Read the announcement. What's Robbie's surname? ‘-‘ In Step 3 you study _ names of the members of If a family fir so that you can write a description of a family onbounce: In-uunautneooeoeuoooluuo Nlck and Zahrah COOPER are pleased to announce Key vocabulary Families the mi. oi grandfather grandmother 5 B E father mother son daughter on nth November 3 brother sister parent child/ children : at the Royal Devon _ : uncle aunt cousin and Exeter Hospital. husband Wife A brother for Lucy. 0) Complete the sentences with the words in the list. You've got three minutes! Complete the information. 1 Robbie's birthday is on llflvi November . 2 Lucy hasn't got any . ... ... .. N , but she's got a __________ , _ . __________ __ and are Hi, Robbie. l'm Linda. l'm your mum's sister. l'm your 3 __________ __ . Hello, Robbie. l'm your . 3 _ , _ 1 __________ _, . Eric. Pleased l'm Bill, Linda's husband, Zahmh 3"‘! N'Ck 5 °“'! d'e“- to meet you. |'m your 4 __________ __ . And 4 . ... ... ... .. i5 Nil‘-k'5 Wife- mis is our 5 __________ pate. 5 Zahrah and Nick have got a __________ , . and a , ,,, ,,, ,,, __ . 6 __________ _. and , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,_ are the baby's parents. Writing and speaking My family Hi. Robbie. It's nice to see you. I'm Lucy. l'm ‘L1:'. '.'l. itilt"! !!'. L.. iii'l! l.‘i"" Imagine you're a member 3 of a famous family. Write 5 a description of your family. can the class guess who it is? I've gofa brofher and a baby sister. My brother’; Listen and check. name 3; Bart‘. .. Write about Robbie's family. Of 1 Val is _|3ab, bj. e's. .gr. andmo. fber. . 4 Bill is _____ H 3 Write a description of your 2 Eric is . .. . 5 Pete is . . E f3milY- ' 6 " 7 ' I I I O Q I I I I o u I C I - I J J C O I I I I O I I I I I I I I I Q I I I I‘ Test a friend Can you make another question like this? Ask and answer your questions. (Who is Lucy's mother's sister's husband? ) ( It's Bill. i i Module 2 Try this! A and B are two teachers. 8 is A's son but A isn't B's father. Who is A?
  33. 33. E CHAPTER 1 The Silent Powers Two messages for Sophie I . -,y'; _‘ ~r. <.-. -~ ' 1.: ll 'nh l. ntl<, l “ll-lil‘ Sophie Case is from . suyliit‘ i NM k “WW London. She's singer. V V mm “M iwm ill‘ This morning shes "1 N" ‘l WNW got a strange text message i W“ “W” ll . . «.1 ii l1U| t, alllill on her mobile phone. -3, , Ilium‘ 1* l‘lll: liiLl‘l ‘l; ::”: ll““. . i,ii1|'l'll‘ But who is it from? There ‘ ili| “. i1ll( liltmlmlillll I“ H‘ Y isn't a name or a number. Wmim 1 «r""“‘ ’ ‘ “l ’ She's got a letter too. It's from her brother, Seth. He's at his new house near “<‘“‘l"“ “Hm Alderley. in the northwest of England. mini * ”'““ ' 3-33' k 5-7“ 7 3*“ The sign K in the text message has got a special l meaning. Read the clues and find the meaning. It's a word G0 T0 KING ‘ 3 HI LL with seven letters: a ’ _ _ _ _ _ _ _' SE8 My first letter is in Japan, but not in Panama. RRRRR My second is in ‘a song’, but not in ’a singer’. KKKKK X 28 FROM. ... ... ... .. LITE! '-IIEE»-' Say ‘you’! That's my third letter. My fourth is in ‘a car‘, but not in a Cadillac. My fifth is in 10. but not in 80. My sixth is in ‘a name’, but not in Naomi. My seventh is in 30. but not in 13. lOU15I. a)f)I-‘ Unit 3 T
  34. 34. Extra exereises Look at the family tree and complete the sentences. I-5 Emma is Robert and Tom's , m_e_T_h. e.r_. Angela is David's __________ _, . Emma is Beth's __________ . _ . David is Beth's __________ , _ . John is Emma's , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,_ . Robert and Tom are Beth's __________ . . . Emma is Angela and David's __________ __ . Emma is Andy's __________ __ . Andy and Emma are Angela and David's __________ __ . 10 Angela is Robert and Tom's __________ , _ . kDmlOLfl«hwN Choose the right word. 1 b 1 What's 23 x 79? I haven't got my . ... ... ... .. . a key b calculator c watch 2 l'm hungry. Have you got any . ... ... ... .. ? a tissues b crisps c badges 3 What's the time? I haven't got my a watch b CD player c mobile 4 I want to phone my parents. Can I use your , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,_ ? a message b number c mobile 5 It's football now. Where are my , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,_? a stairs b trainers c tennis rackets Complete the sentences. 1 It's Sadie’; umbrella. (Sadie) 2 __________ . _ lunchbox is in his bag. (Jack) 3 Kate is , ,,, ,,, ,,, A sister. (Joe and Sadie) 4 __________ __ tissues are in her pocket. (Lisa) 5 _______ . _ favourite place is Florida. (Serena) Module 2 complete the sentences with a, some or any. mlO‘| U15f. »-IN)! -‘ Sadie's got ____, a new CD player. Have you got . ... ... ... .. badges? Emma and John haven't got . ... ... ... .. cousins. Nick and Zahrah have got . ... ... ... __ new baby. Have you got . ... ... ... .. camera? I haven't got . ... ... ... ., magazines. Have Lisa and Sadie got . ... ... ... .. sandwiches? Sadie's got . ... ... ... .. crisps in her bag. Read the text and choose the right word for each space. 1 a Hi. I'm Gill and this is 1 __________ _ sister Karen. This is a photo of 2 __________ , _ mum and dad. 3 __________ __ teachers. My mum is 35 and ‘ __________ __ a maths teacher. ‘ __________ __ favourite place is California. My dad is 38 and ° __________ __ an English teacher. 7 __________ __ favourite place is Blackpool! " __________ __ favourite people are Karen and me. of course. lamy bme 5aHer bHis 2 a we b our 6 a she's b he's 3 a They're b Their 7 a His b Her 4 a she's b he's 8 a They b Their How do you say these sentences in your language? 1 2 Have you got a pencil? — Yes, here you are. What's the matter? 4 Hurry up! 3 Have a nice day! 5 Wait a minute.
  35. 35. Exirzi I321 cling lire Collections Have - you got a collection? What do you cone“-_; 1 Angelika Unverhau from Dinslaken, Germany. has got 168,700 pens. The pens come from ‘I37 countries and they are all 3 Suhail Mohammed Al Zarooni. ‘ from Dubai, has got 1.500 cars - model cars! He has got ’ police cars, sports cars and _ limousines. His favourite car Q is worth a million dollars! different! J 4 John Reznikoff. from i Connecticut, USA, has got a very interesting E collection — hair! The hair belongs to 115 famous people. * John has got some hair from Marilyn Monroe. Einstein and Napoleon. 2 Fiorenzo Barindelli from Lombardy, Italy, has got a collection of 3,677 Swatch 5 Steve Fletche, from the 3; V” U ‘Q watches. His collection is now UK has got a correction . _-_—: _—_-‘—-1 H, _----- V at the World Museum 2000 of chewing gum‘ His , Y'-y-‘M -S g - » ‘ L: ”M‘t", , in Cesano Maderno, Italy. collection comes from "" ‘ VI” a" all around the world. 5 I‘ if He has got 5,300 different ' m T chewing gum packets . T ” ’_~ at his home in London. ‘- g, ‘ V F The British collector Robert Opie recently paid more than £4,000 for two empty matchboxes! Task Read about the five different co ' lle t , th c ions en copy and complete the tab| e_ Angelika Um/ erkau Where from Germany Unit 3
  36. 36. adjectives ask about and What is/ are like? describe things T _ . ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .. . . My favourite thing is my _ ‘ dancing lemonade can. Presentation * “ It's got arms and legs My favourite things 3: JC‘ Vllho talks about: 1 U'1J>¢AlPs) 3 9004 film? I've got a new computer a funny possession? game called The Red a difficult game? Mountain. It isn't easy, but the graphics and . . sound are fantastic. Key vocabulary Adjectives Sad/9’ aged ,2 I. ‘ ‘L? -’f7"t“‘y" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - . . - . . - . . . . . . . - . . . . . . - . . - . . In Step 1 you study / ' fl)35Cf]_D'- 9?’ 3,. so that you can and it's a very good ~ dancer! Lee, aged I4. Listen and follow the text in your book. an exciting television programme? an interesting city? CD Look at the text again. How many adjectives can you find? You've got three minutes! My favourite place is now)’ rjtfl Sydney. It's big, noisy and Read the two lists of adjectives. A V . ' exciting. with a lot Of Make pairs of opposites. . V‘ ~ ’ _- interesting things to do. big __ ‘man '7 _ A_, V/ Mark, aged 75. big happy noisy funny new i good difficult great exciting easy serious bad small boring Practice Sad qmet old awful Write at least two adjectives that you can use with . d k these words. Llsten an chec ' 1 a funny flim, an awful fiim If you have time, make more pairs of 1 a film 4 3 book 0DD05it9S- 2 a place 5 an idea 3 a computer game 6 a person Key grammar Position of adjectives Complete the explanation with before or after. Speaking Eff‘; Listen and follow in your book. Then practise the conversation. Sky surfing is a dangerous sport. Sydney is a big. noisy city. A: What's Lee's favourite thing? 8: His dancing lemonade can. A: What's it like? 8: it's got arms and legs. It's a very good dancer. In English, adjectives go , ,,, ,,, ,,, v_ the noun.
  37. 37. ’-f"gFL- 4.? !-. :J; ~ . ,.. . ~ . . ~». '-—i-. v.-‘. !-. --to -v-Ii: -| '--u"l- H '= i‘. i.-.1- 2-I-. -.~t. .1-. E A really brilliant video is Shrek. It's happy and sad, funny and serious, all at the same time. Lisa, aged I3. My favourite TV programme is Extreme Sports. It's really great. The sports are quite dangerous — sky surfing, for example. Joe, aged I4. What's it like? It's got arms and legs. what's Lisa like? She's great. What are the beaches like in Australia? They're fantastic. We use What + is/ are + subject + like? to ask for a description. Make conversations about Sadie, Mark, Lisa and Joe. A: What's Mark's favourite place? 8: Sydney. A: What's it like? 8: It's big, noisy and exciting. What about you? Ask a friend about his/ her favourite things. possession film book place A: What's your favourite possession? x‘ B: My new mountain bike. A: What's It like? o” J B: It's red and silver. / Reading Mark's 'Happiness recipe’ Read Mark's 'Happiness recipe‘. How many different ingredients are in the recipe? Are the instructions difficult? Ingredients: a. sunny day a quiet beach a. can of lemonade some Westlife CD3 some good friends an exciting book my new surfboard Instructions: Read the text again. Do you think it's a good recipe? Writing My 'Happiness recipe’ In»; '. 'i‘tt= ,iF ii’-iii‘ tilt‘-‘i'; ' What's your idea of happiness? _ Make a list of ingredients and 3 Try this? write a 'Happiness recipe’. ‘ It's got four legs but . it hasn't got any arms. I"9'ed'e, "f$' : It isn't an animal. I"‘*'“C*'°"“ 5 What is it? Unit 4 y
  38. 38. . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - . - . . - - . . . . . - . o -. In Step 2 you study 0 adjectives I 0 has got so that you can 0 talk about a person's appearance and personality . . . - - . . . . . . . . o . . . - . . o . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .o Presentation He's got a cruel face Read the text. Then match sentences 1-12 with the pictures. The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a book by Robert Louis Stevenson (written in 1886). Doctor Jekyll is a scientist. He has got a special potion and. when he drinks the potion, he changes into a different person. He becomes Mr Hyde. Dr Jekyllzz, ‘ V ‘ Drlekyn Mr Hyde; 1, ~‘-" itmrmiililiiliiiill He's got long. dark l1.iir. ®H¢ -,1 nice person. @H, _.‘5 got straight hair. (4) @ 6) He ha. sn"t got glasses. He’s got curl‘: bait @146‘; got short. Fair hair. Hes zl dniigcrous man. Everyone is scared of‘ him, He's got brown eyes. He h; isn't got .1 fiiendlv face, Listen and check. Key vocabulary Appearance and personality - Listen and say the words. long dark tall cruel black nice dangerous short straight friendly honest kind bmwn Eyes Height Personality curly fair brown fall friendly Make four lists with these 3dl€CtiV€‘S- 2 Say at least two things about: 1 Dr Jekyll's personality. 2 Mr Hyde's appearance. Module 2 H9‘? mu’ Hc‘. s got ".1 cruel face and his teeth art: black. He's :1 kind, honest man.
  39. 39. Listening and speaking what about you? Listen to ten descriptions. Are they true for you? For each sentence, write true or false. Say at least three things about you. i haven't got blue eyes. Key grammar has got Complete the short answers. He's glasses. He hasn't got a friendly face. Has he straight hair? Practice Make true sentences. Use has/ hasn't got. 1 Sadie has got glasses. 1 Sadie / glasses 4 Joe / curly hair 2 Jack / glasses 5 Lee / blue eyes 3 Lisa / dark hair 6 Sadie / long hair Test a friend Think of Dr Jekyll or Mr Hyde. Your friend asks questions. A: Has he got glasses? B: No, he hasn't. A: Mr Hyde! 8: Yes. Yourturn. iii": :91, '31- _. ..'k. '.P. ". He's a nice person. = He is a nice person. He's got short hair. = He has got short hair. Speaking Make at least one sentence for each picture. 1 She’; got a long nose. Key pronunciation / h/' Listen and repeat the sentences. Practise the / h/ sound and the links between the words. Has_Annagotahamstennheganorakpocket? Howmanyheartshasanpctopusgot? Do you know the answer to the _ ' — second question? Writing and speaking Guess who! Use what you know Think of a well-known person and write a short description. She? American. She's a singer and sine’; very ‘Famous. Sine’; 901' long dark hair. Read your description to a friend. Can your friend guess who the person is?
  40. 40. < . . . . . . . . . . . o . . . . - - - - . - - . - . - . - . . . . . . . . . . . o . . o - o . a . . . o . . - . . o 0. In Step 3 you study , ~ parts of the body adjectives describing how you feel ~' have got + a headache / a cold so that you can say how you feel write a description of an imaginary person - - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . o o - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - Key vocabulary Your body arm ear eye face foot hair hand head leg mouth nose Q) Look at the picture and complete the words. You've got three minutes! KS5} Listen and check. Key vocabulary How are you? How are you today? Choose a picture for you. Q‘ VI? ‘ it. ' 7 i ' 1 -C ‘I (2 7'" "D <r, i ' ‘. ‘ tr}? I; “ ‘V5 i’ a l'm tired. b l'm fine c l'm fed up. ( A S If" » uq . ’-("'4 / “‘.7*- N‘ v 9 ~ I ~ ~ . d I've got e I've gota f I've gota a cold. headache. stomach ache. Key pronunciation Stress and intonation fl Listen to the stress patterns. Then match the sentences in Exercise 2 with the stress patterns. 1 is "Ti: I'm ‘fine. 4 6»? *5‘ -‘"1’ ~ vi? 2 _. . , .‘. 3 5 _r. , fl . 3 ‘. ,'; fr 6 ‘- 3:", '4. , f: i Listen and check. Repeat the sentences. What about you? work with a friend and ask and answer. How are you today? I've got a cold. t Module 2 (Plural: feet) Listening Song Listen to the song. is the singer happy or sad? fly Listen again. Then complete the sentences with the adjectives. black blue red white empty heavy I've got . ..r_. e:. d_. __ eyes. My face is , ,,, ,,, ,,, __ . I've got a , ,, ,,, ,,, ._ heart. The day is , ,,, ,,, ,,, H . My mood is . My arms are , ,,, ,,, ,,, V . O"U| &tAI)>-I Writing A '$uperMe'! PL1-« '. 'i‘ii= _i~ {ioi-2 tutor": Write a description of a 'SuperYou'! Use I've got + possessive '5. I've 901‘ David Beckham’; feet I've got Picasso’; hands.
  41. 41. L. _.____- - CHAPTER 2 Sophie’s dream _ . j——. _.jn: _ %--_g. :—_- The Silent Powers 1'. Sophie is at her brother's house. She’s tired after her journey from London. She's in bed. She's having a dream. in her dream she's in a small room. On the wall there's a picture ofa woman with long. fair hair and a white dress. Thcre’, s a black dog with strange yellow eyes in the picture too. The woman is speaking: ‘Sophie. I am your guide - i1ot here. but in another world. The dog is your friend too E E 1 Vs» The next morning Seth and Sophie are in the garden. a ‘Seth, why is the cottage called “White Lady Cottage"? ‘Look at the wall near the door. Can you see a woman in the stone? ’ ‘Oh, yes. Who is she? ’ ‘The White Lady. People say she's a messenger from another world! Talk to Mr Neil. His house is near here. I think he knows the story of the White Lady. ’ ‘Has Mr Neil got a dog? ‘ ‘Yes, he has. Why? ’ ‘I’m interested. What's the dog like? ’ ‘Er. it's black and it's quite big. It's got very strange eyes Sophie, what's the matter? Are you OK? ' ‘Er yes. Don't worry. l'm fine} 0 Find the meaning of the sign in the picture. Follow these instructions. 1 Write the word MEANING. 2 3 4 Change the I to E. Change the N5 to S5. 5 Move one of the letters to the end of the word. Put the A after the second 5. A ‘ ’ 0 What's the dog called? Complete the five sentences and write the words in the puzzle. Then find the dog's name in the coloured squares. 1 tflblflkl Your eyes. your nose and your mouth are on your __________ __ . Your mother and father are your __________ __ . 44. 13. 16. 27 are , ,,, ,,, ,,, __ . Everest is a __________ __ . The opposite of ‘straight’ hair is ' __________ hair. Unit 4 ‘ ,
  42. 42. Make questions with have got 0 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 r has got. Ha; Dr Jekyll 901’ glasses? Dr Jekyll / glasses ? Lee / blue eyes ? you / a stomach ache ? you / straight hair? Sadie / a new computer game ? you / a favourite thing ? Jack / a friendly face ? Mr Hyde / a big nose ? Now answer the questions. 1 Yes, be long. Choose the right word. 1 c 1 I haven't got straight hair. It's __________ M . a friendly tall curly What's that book like? It's really , ,,, ,,, ,,, _, . sunny exciting quiet Sydney is big and , ,,, ,,, ,,, ._ . a noisy b kind c straight My favourite place is _________ __ . a my computer game b my bike c my room James has got a __________ __ face. a difficult b friendly c short My favourite thing is __________ . , . a my surfboard b my sister c my teacher OUNWPOU i Module 2 Lira zxarcjsas Complete the conversations. 1 a 4 He's got a friendly face. 1 2 3 What's it like? a It's funny. b Yes, it has. c Crisps and peanuts. How are you today? a l'm Val. b l'm 12. c l'm fed up. Has she got glasses? a Yes, they are. b Yes, she has. c Yes. it is. Yes, he's a nice person. b He's got a headache. No. it hasn't. I've got a new computer game. How are you? b What's it like? Are they exciting? Complete the conversation between Paul and Rod. 1 A PAUL: Have you got a favourite thing? ROD: ‘ _____________________ , _ PAUL: What is it? ROD: 2 _____________________ . . PAUL: Has it got any legs? ROD: 3 _____________________ __ PAUL: How many arms has it got? ROD: ‘ _____________________ __ PAUL: Is it a good dancer? ROD: 5 _____________________ _. a A dancing lemonade can! b Yes, it is. And it's really funny! c Yes, it's got three legs. d Yes. I have. e Two. And it's got glasses. What does the '5 mean in these sentences? 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 b has c possessive '5 b Our English teacher's got a hamster in her bag. What's the hamster's name? It's called Esmeralda. The hamster's got some peanuts. The hamster's eyes are yellow. It's brown and white. It's eighteen months old. How do you say these sentences in your language? 1 U| #O-IN! Enjoy your day. What's Lisa like? I'm fed up. It's very exciting. I've got a cold.
  43. 43. EXLUEJ f3:C. |cCJ]fJ~_Cj Life and London Do you know the names of any famous places in London? . . - P rhaps V0“ I"°‘°' Every year, 20 million tourists go are cinema? Mm to London. They visit “'9 *a‘“°"5 London IMAX (it sights the museums and art means ‘imale _ maximum’) Cinema gammes’ the shops and theatres. You can meet a dinosaur and travel I ' - . IS go If you re interested in aII| ||_13 - _ 1 London Zoo. If you like science, the Science Museum. There are u of interesting things N 59° 3"“ “°' Think of places in your country. Write the name of: 1 your capital city. 2 a famous sight there. 3 a famous shop. Ab0|-It | -0nd0n 4 a famous museum. Visitors to London often travel on ‘the Tube’ — the underground train. There are 13 different lines and 300 stations. Unit 4 i
  44. 44. Language summary have got We use have/ has got to talk about our possessions our appearance our family. Affirmative I've . , Y°”'Ve a Japanese car. He's/ She's/ It's 3 : we've g 9°‘ 3 very big feet. You've 3 five sisters. They've ‘ - I've got = I have got he's got : he has got Negative I/ You/ We/ They haven't 5 He/ She/ It hasn't 9°“'”‘°V" haven't = have not hasn't : has not Questions I‘ Have I/ you/ we/ they Has he/ she/ it got 3 key? Yes. I/ you/ we/ they have. No, I/ you/ we/ they haven't. Yes. he/ she/ it has. No. he/ she/ it hasn't. What have I/ you/ we/ they What's he/ she/ it got? Check that you can use the different forms of have got. Make true sentences. 1 Sadie's cousin Mark _ _ _ H a surfboard. 2 I , ,,, ,, H a bike. 3 Joe . ... ... .. . , a brother. 4 The Kellys , ,,, ,,, ,,, _, a dog and a tortoise. 5 We , ,,, ,,, ,,, ,, a hamster. 6 I , ,,, ,,, ,,, H a dictionary. 7 Jack _________ . _ any brothers or sisters. 8 Joe and Sadie , ,,, ,,, ,,, ._ some cousins in Australia. Now ask your friends: ) (Has Mark got a surfboard? Have you ? i Module 2 Review a/ an or some We use a before a consonant (for example: b. c. d, 0. an before a vowel (a, e. i. 0, u). and some before plural nouns. l T" a tortoise called Lightning. ‘ I've got an interesting game. 1 ‘ some tickets for the concert. Check that you can use a. an and some. Make a collection of things, then cover them. How many can you remember? Make a list. Some keyf, an umbrella, two mobile phones some/ any We use some in affirmative sentences, and any in negative sentences and questions. Affirmative Andy's got some crisps. Negative He hasn't got any peanuts. Questions Has he got any sandwiches? Check that you can use some and any. Complete the conversation. A: Have you got __________ _, red socks? B: No. I haven't. Why? A: I need . ... ... ... _. socks for the football match on Saturday. B: Sorry. I haven't got . .. ... .. . , football socks. Ask Joe. Possessive adjectives In English. possessive adjectives 'agree with‘ the ‘possessor’: You and your cousin. Joe and his sisters. Sadie and her brother. Joe and Sadie and their parents.
  45. 45. Check that you can Check that you can say that something belongs to use this. that. these and those. someone. How do you say these sentences in your language? I like your socks. Robbie is her son. Bill is their uncle. Have you got my address? Do you know our telephone number? Mike is his dad and Sadie is his sister. Nick and Zahrah are her parents. Possessive ’s Adl9C"iV°5 106,3 hike : the hike belongs tohoe. In English. adjectives always have the same form. They go before the noun. . ... ... ... .. are my trainers! And , Complete the sentences. lOl. J'| -Shit: -Jlslt-e I like Joe's bike. . . E l E . . Lucy's baby brother is called Robbie. Herbie is a g ¥: gT§Tma l g animal. Hamsters are quiet y animals. ' Check that you can use the possessive '5. check that you can D95C”b9 the-59 People use adjectives and nouns together. 1 Lisa is Sadie’; best friend. Put the words in the right order. 1 use '5 / S_ad'e """"" ”' T 1 If’; a very difficult‘ game. 2 Sue Kelly IS / Joe and Sadie , ,,, ,,, ,,, _, . 1 game / “.5 / , difficult V, a / very 3 Nick and Zahrah are / Robbie . 2 City / is / very / London / big / a 4 Robbie is / Lucy , ,,, ,,, ,,, H. 3 hair / got / he. S / curly 5 Kate '5 / Same ---------- -- ' 4 a / is / man / Mr Hyde / dangerous . / h / l’ / this/ that/ these/ those 5 “aw / 9°‘ W“ "9 a We use this/ thatwith singular nouns Describing appearance What's he like? and these/ those with plural nouns. We use the expression What's he/ she/ it like? to ask for a description. We use this/ these for people or things — that are near and that/ those for people what '5 he/ She like? or things that are further away. are ‘hey i This TS my aunt. He's got brownleyes. These are my They ve Lfair hair. cousins. Check that you can describe someone's appearance. What can you say about That's my uncle. the painting? Those are my parents. Module 2 Review T
  46. 46. Vocabulary Things anorak badge bag baseball cap bike calculator CD player key lunchbox mobile (phone) pencil case socks tennis racket tissues trainers umbrella watch Members of a family aunt baby brother child (pl. children) cousin daughter father (dad) grandfather (granddad) grandmother (gran) husband mother (mum) parents sister son uncle wife Parts of the body arm ear eye face foot (pl. feet) hair hand head heart leg mouth nose stomach tooth (pl. teeth) Adjectives awful bad big bonng cruel curly dangerous dark difficult easy exciting fair friendly funny good great happy honest interesting kind long new nice noisy old quiet sad serious short small straight tall ‘ Module 2 Review ~ - - A - - ‘- How you feel l'm fed up. I'm tired. I've got a cold. (’ve got a headache. I've got a stomach ache. Expressions Come on! Have a nice day. Here you are. Hurry up! It's nice to see you. Pleased to meet you. Wait a minute. What's it like? what's the matter? Study skills 2 Using a dictionary A dictionary can help you with: spelling pronunciation part of speech (n = noun) meaning When you use a dictionary, you need to know the order of letters in the alphabet. Say these letters and words in alphabetical order. 1 M G S L E H A 2 key quiet pencil case uncle bad 3 tennis tall tissues teacher 4 strange shop straight scientist Be careful! Certain words have two or three meanings: Can I use your dictionary? (Can is a verb. ) A can of lemonade. (Can is a noun. ) And the can can is a dance! Do you know the two meanings of the word mouse? In certain words the first letter is ‘silent’. How do you say these words? honest know wrong How‘s it going? 0 Your rating Look again at pages 44-45. For each section give yourself a star rating: Good ; ‘r '. ‘r a‘: Not bad 2‘: ;‘r | can't remember much ‘. .‘r o Vocabulary Choose two titles in the Vocabulary list, then close your book. How many words can you remember for each topic? 0 Test a friend Look again at Units 3 and 4. Think of at least two questions, then ask a friend. What does ‘curly’ mean? What's Mr Hyde like? 0 Write to your teacher Write a short letter to your teacher in your own language. Say how things are going. Have you got any problems? 0 Your Workbook Complete the Learning diaries for Units 3 and 4.
  47. 47. COU_f': '}8l»VOf_l§ Z - All about me! Read about lack. Then write about your favourite people, possessions, places, books, films or animals. Use drawings, pictures and photos too. t0 My favourite possession is my new bag. it's blue, yellow and red. it's got three pockets and two zips. It was My favourite place a birthday present from my gran. is Manchester. , it's a big city in the north of England. My cousin Matt lives there. The Museum of Science and industry is very interesting. Eadgers are my favourite animals. They're black, white and grey. They've got long bodies and short legs. My best friend is Een Wilson. He's quite tall. He's got brown eyes and short, dark hair. I like Ben because he's funny, and he's really Kind and friendly. HHHHHHKQCIICIIII Module 2 Review y
  48. 48. Daily life In Module 3 you study . .lOCICCIOIIOOOIOIOIIOIOOIOOIIIOU. The Silent Powers Chapter 3 — The house in the trees Chapter 4 — The White Lady Grammar __ v--. .., 0 Present simple 0 Revision of question forms N: .. _:'_" o Wh- questions -- ""““’*-~«-. ... ,,. .,_ - -': :."""""""-L» WW" ‘‘ mm“ 0 Present simple + frequency adverbs , _ “' "'“-'--. ... ,,_, “ s. .,, _ . . o The verb have E", ;:‘: _': ~;-: -:'T5'£; ",; '_‘f__~t: :_. £,~_: M. W n : ..: :-7;-; ,£. “;. r;~3-‘a°; '.: *:: -E; _g7 Vocabulary . ... ,., M "- «. ... .. ' "'5": ‘N ‘" 1-u 0 Names of scary things 33-"'"""’“7~'4-“'-= ""“. .2“’, ,'_‘_"~'-"""”'“‘"__ M-an “‘ 0 Names of food, drink and meals ; _~; ,.‘Z'. ‘.: ;;__-3-__. ‘.. :., ,_ *"" . - 0 Things people eat in the UK . Telling the time Life and culture 0 Daily routines schools so that you can My name is Dion Coursework 3 Describe things you do at home and at school Write about teenagers in your country Talk about fears. likes and dislikes Make a conversation about everyday life Talk about habits Talk about things you eat and drink write a report about food in your country Describe daily routines A day in my life You write about a typical day. _, ,.. ... .. 0 0 ‘Coooooo0I0oooooooooaaoaooooonoooonoooloocoooooooo¢oooooIoc'
  49. 49. What can you say about the pictures? Now match the pictures with sentences 1-5. 1 Does she like heights? Do you believe in ghosts? Snakes never blink. Can I ask you some questions? She gets up at half past five. Ul->9-)l) . __
  50. 50. In Step 1 you study 0 present simple: affirmative and negative so that you can 0 describe things you do at home and at school 0 write about teenagers in your country Key vocabulary Things you do Look at the pictures. Listen and say the words. Then make sentences about things you do regularly. 3 play the piano 4 wear trainers lose a computer, I wear Trainers I5-ly_ . /~/ "“’ and I go to a swimming club. ? Think of other things you do regularly. 1/- Iplay volleyball. — vv‘ (C% _/ ., Presentation [go to a judo club 6 eat a lot of crisps 7 drink coffee 8 go to a swimming club Listen to Sadie and follow in your book. Who's a computer addict? SAD| E; Joe and ] have got the sarne IS Joe Or HOW do YOU know? Parents. We live in the same house. We 1 11,); Joe’ became he Play‘ ba§kefim”_ both like music and we're in the same band. But we're different in a lot of ways. Joe's good at history and maths. I prefer French and art. Joe's favourite TV programme is Extreme Sports. I don’t watch sport on TV, but I play hockey and I go to a judo club. Joe plays football and basketball. I write a lot of emails, I use the Internet and I like computer games. My mum says l'm a computer addict! Joe doesn't use the computer every day. He prefers his bike. He reads horror stories too. l'm a vegetarian, so I don't eat meat. Joe's favourite meal is steak and chips. He doesn't like vegetables. But we both love tomato ketchup. We put it on nearly everything! ‘ Module 3
  51. 51. Complete the sentences with Joe, Sadie Writing and speaking °r Joe and Sadie‘ What about you? Write at least three 1 __________ _ llkeS Fl'enCh and art. sentences about things that you do or don't do_ 2 like music. I I I I I) I I. I I . , 90 O D COIVIPU er C U . IS en 0 rY)U$'lC, 3 doesntwatch Extreme Sports. b H d , + I . I . I I 4 goes to a judo club. U on P ay :2 musica rn$ rumen. 5 AAAAAAAAAA _ uses her computer every day. Work with a friend and compare your lists, 6 __________ __ don't like the same food. Then tell the class. 7 , ,,, ,,, ,,, _. eats meat. 8 __________ __ like tomato ketchup. Key grammar We're different. Maria plays a Present simple: affirmative and negative Reading l°t °f 59°“ ' d°”" “ke 59°“- Complete the table. Brmsh teenagers Read these facts about a typical British I/ You/ We/ They play teenager. Are you the same or different? Joe/ He/ She . ... ... ... ._s football. I/ You/ We/ They don't , ,,, ,,, ,,, __ the guitar. - I . ,_ Sadie/ He/ She doesn't play ‘ wryiifsilssliii i‘@%| .i‘@%@" Practice watchesa | otofTV. wears a school uniform. Make true sentences. Use the correct form of like. I doesn't like homework I Sadie doe§n'f like meal’ lmensmkadml ' doesn't listen to adults. 1 Sadie / meat 4 I / sport I ea“aI°Iof(risI”_ 2 I / vegetables 5 Sadie / steak _ Iovestomm ketchup 3 Joe / basketball 6 Joe and Sadie / music doesnkpeakforeiqn Test a friend Write at least one sentence ldf| ¢}l|3l]€$VE| 'YW€ll- about a student in the class. Read it out. Your friend says ‘True’ or ‘False’. (337105 d°e5”'t Watch TV» Make at least two true sentences about you. False! He watches TV every day! I d0n, ‘l' Wear 0 School Uniform. Writing and speaking Teenagers in my country Listen and repeat the verbs. 1 / s/ eats drinks likes writes U52 what YOU KNOW 2 /21 reads . : Key pronunciation Verbs +/ S// Z// lZ/ plays lives goes . 3 / IZ/ uses watches changes 3 Write about a typical teenager in your ' country. Make a list like the one in 7a. A typical feenager in - dae§n"l” wear a school uniform. Talk about your ideas with the class. Have you got the same ideas?
  52. 52. In Step 2 you study so that you can ‘ 0 present simple: questions 0 talk about fears, and short answers likes and dislikes 0 names of scary things Presentation 00 you like heights? Read about Blackpool Tower. Then listen to the conversation with the girl in the photo. is she all right? lackpool is a holiday town in the north of England. Every year a million tourists visit Blackpool Tower. It's got a glass floor I I7 metres above the ground. It‘s called the ‘Walk of Faith‘. ”‘ . > . *5.»/ ~’ P ’ , ... s. Listen again, and match the questions with the answers (a—c). 1 Is she scared? 2 Does she want to walk across? 3 Does she like heights? t-'1-v. u.~3_t‘-.1?’ ii. ) a Yes, she does. But she-S too Scared Key grammar Present simple: questions and short answers b N0. She doesn't. Complete the short answers. Then complete the explanation. Yes, she is. She's terrified. Yes, I do. Do you We heights? Yes. he/ she . ... ... ... .. . Now imagine you're at the ‘Walk of Faith’ and answer the questions Does he/ She N , h / h d ‘t. 1 Are you scared? 0 e S e Oesn 3 YES. l 3m l'm t9"lfl€d- We make questions with do or AAAAAAAAAA __ + subject + verb. b Yes. I'm quite scared. c No, l'm not. It's fantastic! practice 2 Do you want to walk across? a No, I don't. b Yes, I do. But I’m What can you remember about Joe and Sadie in Step 1? Make questions. mo scared 1 Does Sadie like tomato ketchup? c Yes. I do. 1 Sadie / like tomato ketchup ? 4 Joe / like vegetables ? 3 Do you like heights? 2 Sadie / watch sport on TV ? 5 Joe / read horror stories ? 3 No, I don't 3 Sadie / eat meat? b it depends‘ Ask and answer the questions in 3a. c Yes, I do. Does Sadie like tomato ketchup? ‘ Module 3
  53. 53. Speaking . What about you? Work with a friend ‘ . ' and ask and answer at least two questions. J V , , , . If you have time, think of other ’ V questions with Do you . ..? Key vocabulary Scary things Listening song Q) Match the words with the numbers Listen to the song. Choose a title. in the picture. You've got two minutes! 3 Spiders b Scared C Horror Stories spider shark thedark alien UFO thunder bat rat vampire ghost Listen again. Complete these sentences from the song. Listen and check. , , - 1 __________ , _ you scared of spiders? ’ 2 . ... ... ... .. you believe in aliens? 3 Are you __________ , _ of sharks? 4 Do you , ,,, ,, in vampires? Ask and answer other questions. Use the words in Exercise 5. A: Do you believe in ghosts? B: No, I don't. A: Are you scared of the dark? 8: Yes, I am. Writing and speaking A questionnaire Use what you know Choose at least two topics from the list. Write a questionnaire and interview your friends. books comics magazines films sport computer games Yes No Do you read books? ./ what's your favourite book? Ghost ‘From the Sea 00 you like music? ./ Who’s your favourite singer? Craig David 1’ry this! It lives in hot countries. It eats insects. It doesn't attack people. but they're scared when they see it. It's got eight legs. It begins with rand ends with a. What is it? Unit 5 '
  54. 54. in Step 3 you study Practice 0 question forms (revision) ' . ‘ Make questions. 0 present simple: Wh« questions : 1 Where does “we ahen Come so that you can 5 {mm}? 0 write a conversation about everyday life Where / the alien / come from ? What sort of food / aliens / like ? What / they / drink? who / the alien / want to meet ? Why / he / want to visit our planet? Presentation Where do you come from? Match the questions with the answers (a—h). Where / the Queen / live ? 1 D0 V0“ When / the Queen / eat her lunch ? speak English? b Because l'm - - on holiday. Key pronunciation Stress and intonation c No, I'm not. Listen to the sentences. ' m fed W Then match the sentences with the stress and intonation patterns. d I like fruit. Have you got 1 where do you live? any bananas? 2 Do you live in a flat? 3 What do you eat? 4 Do you like burgers? 0000004 b 0000‘ c 000004 iO‘iU'I-It-L~Jr)>— 2 Where do you come from? 4 Why are you here? 3 Have you got a family? Q) Listen again and repeat the sentences. Writing and speaking An interview Use what you know . . i ‘ Work with a friend. Imagine that 3 one of you is someone famous. Write at least three questions and answers about your life. A: What sort of TV programmes do 7 Do you want a drink? 8 What sort of food do you eat? Listen and check. Practise the questions and answers. you watch? I B: I watch a lot of sport. Key grammar Wh- questions Read your conversation to Complete the table with What, Who, Why and Where. 3 anmher pa" °f students‘ live? do you/ they want? does he/ she want to meet? want to meet the Queen? ‘ Module 3
  55. 55. Th S'l P ' : CHAPTER3 e lent owers The house in the trees Sophie is in the wood near White Lady Cottage. But it's late and she doesn't know where she is. There's a house in the trees. An old man is at the door. Perhaps he can help her. ‘Come in. Sophie. ‘ ‘You know my name! ‘ ‘Yes. You're Sophie Case. Seth Case's sister. You°re nineteen. Your birthday is on l2th _]une. You live in London. Yoti're a sing: -r. You play the piano and you've got a cat called Henry. ls that correct? ’ ‘Yes, it is. But hov do you know? Who are you? ’ , The old man is silent, but his eyes are friendly. Sophie has got the text message in her pocket. ‘Is this text niessage from you? ’ ‘That isn't important, Sophie. Look! I've got something For you. ‘ In his hand has got 11 small white stone. ‘This is a moonstone. It's got special powers. Use it when things are diflicult. Go home now Cabal. go with Sophie to White Lady Cottage! " At the door there‘s a big black Go 70 dog with strange ‘ 1‘ / //9:5 yellow eyes. it's 3 6} H’ L L the dog in Sophie's / QQRS dream. Q Q . ”20 0 When Sophie sees the black dog, she knows who the old man is. What's the man's name? 0 Find the meaning of the sign on the moonstone. The answer is in the mirror. A ’_ _ __ _’. What does the word mean? 0 The old man's house is on square C2. Find White Lady Cottage. Which square is it? 10 IIIIIIIII Go one square west. Go three squares north. Go one square northwest. Go two squares northeast. Go one square north. Go one square northeast. Go three squares east. Go one square south. Go one square southeast. Go one square southwest. I-5 O*D®JO'U'I4§bJl0l-D Unit 5 .
  56. 56. _'. «=; <~. 'rr: i exercise-5 Choose the right word. Match the questions in A with the answers in B. 1 My brother , ,,, ,,, ,,, __ like vegetables. A 3 a doesn't 1 Do you believe in ghosts? a Ghost from the Sea. b don't 2 Are you scared of thunder? in Madrid. She's Spanish. C d0 3 What's your favourite book? c Hockey and football. 2 Sharks . ... ... ... .. in the Sea. 4 Where does she came from? d Yes, I am. l'm terrified. a lives 5 What sort of programmes do you watch? e It depends — sport, films. b live 6 What sports does she play at school? f No, I don't. c doesn't live 3 __________ __ Joe watch Sports Match the verbs and nouns. programmes on TV? 1 f live in a flat a Is 1 live a two foreign languages b Does 2 listen b hockey c Don't 3 read c a uniform 4 __________ , _ you like chips? 4 write :1 in UFOs a Do 5 play e coffee b Does 6 believe f in a flat c Are 7 speak g English magazines 5 Andy __________ __ tomato ketchup 8 wear h to music 0" 9VeMi1i| 'i9- 9 drink i emails a put _ b don't put Complete the conversations. c puts 1 A: Where __________ . _ you come from? 6 Andy and Alice __________ , _ in aliens. 8: Madrid. 3 believe; 2 A: What languages do you __________ _ ? b doesn’t believe B: English and French. c believe 3 A: ,, ,,, ,,, ,, , , she like meat? . B: No, she doesn't. She prefers vegetables. c°mplete the c°"Ver5at'°"5' 4 A: When do you __________ , _ to the swimming club? 1 Are YOU scared Of the dark? 3; On Saturday_ 3 N0. | d0n't- 5 A: __________ __ are you here? b N0. l'm "01 8: Because l'm on holiday. C YES. i d0. 6 A; __________ N do you five? 2 Are you all right? 3; in 3 flap a Yes, he's OK. b No, ifs wmng How do you say these sentences in your language? c No, rm fed up_ 1 Are you all right? 3 What does he like? 2 “depends- a He's got brown hair_ 3 What sort of books do you like? 1, He’; fine, thanks_ 4 Where do you come from? c Tomato ketchup, 5 We both like music. 4 Do you like horror stories? 6 l'm 3 C0mDUIef addict. a Yes, I like it. b Yes, I do. c Yes. I am. 5 Does Joe write a lot of emails? a No, he doesn't. b Yes, she does. c Yes, he is. Module 3

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