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  13. 13. 4 3 2 1 Unit Weekends Time around the world Hobbies Topics Past tense of regular and irregular verbs. Did in Yes / No questions with past tense verbs. Wh questions with past tense verbs. Talking about past actions, places and leisure time. Review Listening to a conversation for time. Yes / no questions in the present continuous tense. Asking for and giving information. ‘rß blends Listening for weekend activities. ‘lß blends Listening to an interview for personal information. Long “u”sound /u:/ Can for ability. Like + ing (affirmative, negative and interrogative). Talking about abilities. Talking about hobbies. Listening Phonics Grammar Functions Plans of Students Book Reading about a special experience. (skimming) Writing a descriptive paragraph about weekend activities. Reading a story: Around the World in 80 Days. ( scanning using inference skills) Writing a descriptive paragraph using pictures. Reading about hobbies. ( reading actively) Writing a descriptive paragraph about oneself. Reading / Writing
  14. 14. 8 7 6 5 Unit Grammar Talking about the life of a famous person - Introducing someone - Exchanging personal information. - Talking about daily activities - Talking about work and school people Greetings Daily Life Review - Adverbs of frequency - Time expressions - Present tense - Wh-questions and statements with Be - Yes/No questions and short answers with Be - Subject pronouns - Possessive adjectives Past tense of ‘Be’ß(affirmative and negative). Yes / No questions with Be in the simple past. Wh ≠ Questions with Be in the simple past. Functions Topics - Reading about greetings around the world (Scanning for facts) - Writing, editing, revising and proofreading a paragraph Reading about the life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). Inferring vocabulary Writing a paragraph about the life of a famous person. Reading / Writing - Listening to people talking about different activities - Short i and short e - Reading about a day in the life of a tour guide (Scanning for main idea, facts and key words) - Writing a paragraph about a job - Listening for greetings - Short a and short e Consonant blends: ‘s’ß blends Listening for facts about the life of a famous person. Listening Phonics
  15. 15. Content Units Topic Page number 1 Hobbies 1 2 Time Around the World 11 3 Weekends 21 4 Review 31 5 People 40 6 Greetings 50 7 Daily Life 62 8 Review 73
  16. 16. Unit 1 Hobbies In this unit you are going to: name different hobbies. talk about abilities. talk about things you like. write a paragraph about yourself.
  17. 17. Unit 1 Lesson 1 Hobbies reading drawing using a computer cooking writing sewing - What are the people in the pictures doing? - What do you do in your free time? - What is your favourite hobby? Conversation free time favourite hobby A. Listen and practice. Johara : Amna : Johara : Amna : I go for drawing classes every Tuesday. Why? I love to draw but I can’t. Oh, I can draw, but I can’t sew. Does the centre give sewing classes, as well? Johara : I don’t think so. But you can get self-teaching video tapes and CDs at the book store. Amna : I can’t use the computer, either. Could you ask if the centre gives computer courses, as well? Johara : I think so. B. In pairs : Talk about yourself. What can you do ? What can’t you do ? 2
  18. 18. Hobbies 1 Grammar Can for ability He can draw. They can’t draw. Can he draw ? Can they draw ? Yes, he can. No, they can’t. A. Use the drawings to complete the sentences. I ____ read English. He ___ draw. I _______ write stories. She ___ sew! I _____ work on the computer. They __ cook! B. Use the sentences above to talk about your abilities . Speaking In pairs : Ask your partner questions about what he/she can do and can’t do. Can you count to 100 ? stand on your hands. Yes, I can. spell your name backwards. sew. write with your left hand. Can you swim? speak Spanish. No, I can’t. cook Italian food. 3
  19. 19. Unit 1 Lesson 2 Vocabulary A. Match the pictures to the hobbies. 1 2 3 4 swimming collecting stamps bowling 5 playing basketball fishing B. In pairs : Tell your partner about your abilities. What can you do ? I can _____ Conversation A. Listen and practice . Nawaf : Fahad : Nawaf : Fahad : Nawaf : Fahad : You have lots of books, Fahad. Yes, I like reading; it’s my hobby. How many books do you read in a week ? One a week. Are these books yours, too ? No, these are my brother’s computer books. I don’t like reading about computers. Nawaf : l like computers. Can I borrow one of the books? Fahad : I’m not sure. But! Nawaf : Oh, no! I know I can’t take it without his permission. Fahad : Here he is. Let’s ask him. B. Listen to the rest of the conversation. Does Nawaf ask Fahad’s brother for the book? C. Is it right to take something from a friend without asking for permission? 4
  20. 20. Hobbies 2 Grammar Like + ing Affirmative I like reading. She likes painting. Negative Interrogative I don’t like swimming . She doesn’t like swimming . Do you like swimming ? Does she like painting ? A. Choose. (Do - Does) you like cooking? Yes, it’s my hobby. I always try out new recipes. I also like (buy - buying) cooking books. Every week, my friend Loulou comes to my house. She (doesn’t - don’t) like (cook - cooking), but she likes (eat - eating) the food I make. B. What do you like doing after school? Reading A. Read, then mark the statements with True or False . - You can give vegetables as a gift. - Exercising is good for your body. - There are only three good hobbies. ( ( ( ) ) ) - Rock painting is expensive. ( Ways to Spend Your Free Time Do you ever stay home with nothing to do ? Are you eager to do something new? Here are some ideas for hobbies you can enjoy in your free time. Gardening is both fun and useful. You can easily grow fresh vegetables which you can enjoy with your family and friends. You can also send some as a gift to your relatives or share with those in need. Rock painting is an interesting craft that does not cost much. You can use any type of colour to decorate different shapes of rocks. You can draw houses, flowers, cars or almost anything on the rocks to start your own collection. Exercising is a must for every part of your body and your brain. People who exercise regularly stay active throughout their lives. B. In pairs : Discuss these questions. - Which of the above hobbies would you like to try? - Why do you think exercising is a must? 5 )
  21. 21. Unit 1 Lesson 3 Listening A. Faridah is interviewing a student at another school. Listen to the interview and complete the table . Name Age Favourite colour Hobby Dislikes B. Read Farida’s paragraph about the student. Correct the mistakes. Fawzia Abdulkarim is fourteen years old. Her favourite colour is pink. She likes cooking but doesn’t like reading. C. In pairs : Interview a friend and complete the table. Name Age Favourite colour Hobby Dislikes 6
  22. 22. Hobbies 3 Writing A. Complete the web about yourself. name age dislikes Me colours favourite abilities hobbies school subjects B. Use the information in the web to write a paragraph about yourself. My name is 7
  23. 23. Unit 1 Lesson 4 Phonics Long u sound Long u sounds like the sound in uniform and glue. Rule A vowel usually has the long sound when a consonant and e come after it. The e is silent. You can hear the long u sound in mute and cute. Rule When two vowels are together, the first vowel usually has the long sound. The second vowel is silent. You can hear the long u sound in fuel. A. Listen and circle the letters to show where you hear the long 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 U B. Listen to the words. Repeat them chorally. Tick the ones that have the long u sound. 1. bug 6. duck 2. clue 7. dune 3. fuse 8. jug 4. unique 9. flue 10. rule 5. june 8
  24. 24. Hobbies 4 Grammar Summary Like + ing I You* We They He She It swimming. like don’t like running. playing. likes sewing. doesn’t like cooking. Can for ability I He / She / It You / We / They can can’t swim. run. sew. cook. I Can he / she / It you* / we / they swim ? run ? sew ? cook ? Complete the sentences by choosing the correct words. a. Can they ( play - playing ) tennis? b. We don’t like ( read - reading ). c. I can ( swimming - swim ). d. Samia and Muna don’t like ( watch - watching ) TV. e. Mariam doesn’t like ( cooking - cook ). Speaking A. In pairs : Use the chart below to ask and answer questions about abilities in English. count read write greet introduce to twenty to a hundred a menu a newspaper a paragraph a letter someone someone Student 1 : Can you ....? Student 2 : Yes, I can. / No, I can’t. * Singular and Plural. 9
  25. 25. Hobbies 4 B. Write Yes / No questions with ‘can’. Then under your response, check Yes or No to give your opinion about each question. Your response Yes No Total Yes No 1. woman / be police officer _________________________________________________________ ? 2. woman / be engineer _________________________________________________________ ? 3. woman / be good nurse _________________________________________________________ ? 4. man / be good cook _________________________________________________________ ? 5. women / work as shopkeepers _________________________________________________________ ? 6. man / be tailor _________________________________________________________ ? C. Now in groups of ten : Do a survey by asking each student in your group his / her opinion about the questions. Write the total number of Yes and No answers in each column. Compare your opinion to your classmates. Give reasons for your answers. Writing What do you like / dislike doing on these days ? Eid Al - Fitr Eid Al - Adha Rainy Days Like Dislike Like Dislike Like Dislike ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ 10
  26. 26. Unit 2 Time Around the World In this unit you are going to : ask for and tell the time. describe what people are doing. write a paragraph about things you and your family do.
  27. 27. Unit 2 Lesson 1 Time Around the World Behind Ahead London Tokyo Riyadh Mexico city - What time is it in Riyadh? - What time is it in Tokyo? - How many hours is Tokyo ahead of Riyadh? Conversation ahead airport behind flight A. Listen and practice . Saeed : Hello, Rashed. Rashed : Is it you Saeed? Are you calling from the airport? Saeed : Yes, I am. The flight to Malaysia has been delayed. Could you do me a favour? Rashed : Sure. What can I do for you? Saeed : Can you remind my mom to water my plants and feed my fish. Rashed : No problem. Make sure you call when you reach Malaysia. Saeed : But you may be sleeping then. Malaysia is four hours ahead. We’ll arrive at about 2:30 after midnight. Rashed : Well then, e-mail us. Have a nice time. B. - What time is it in Malaysia now? - Why do you think it’s important to help others? 12
  28. 28. Time Around the World 1 Grammar Yes / No questions - present continuous Are you travelling now? Is he calling from the airport? Yes, I am. Yes, he is. No, I’m not. No, he isn’t. A. Look at the picture. Complete the questions and answers. 1. _______ the flight attendant __________ (serve) food? No, _______________ . She _____________ (serve) drinks. 2. ____ the old man ________ (look) out of the window? Yes, __________________ . 3. _________ the lady ___________ (talk) to her daughter? No, ___________________ . She is ___________ (feed) her. 4. ________ the boys _____________ (watch) the movies? ___________________ . 5. __________ the young man ___________ (sleep)? ________________________________________________ . B. In pairs : Read your card and mime the verb written on it. Your partner guesses the verb. Student A : Are you smiling? Student B : Yes, I am. / No, I’ m not. Speaking In pairs : Look at the map on page 82, ask and answer about the time in the cities. Student 1: It’s 7:45 in Saudi Arabia. What time is it in Tokyo? Student 2: Tokyo is 6 hours ahead, so it is 1:45 in Tokyo. 13
  29. 29. Unit 2 Lesson 2 Vocabulary A. What time is it ? a. b. It is five past three. It is three-oh-five. c. It is twenty past seven. It is seven twenty. d. e. It is twenty-five to ten. It is nine-thirty five. It is ten past five. It is five-ten. f. It is twenty to eleven. It is ten forty. It is ten to twelve. It is eleven fifty. B. Look at the clocks. Say the times. C. In pairs : Ask your partner about the things she / he does at these times. Listening A. Listen to the conversation. Complete the table with the times. goes to work Ahmad Amina Your father B. Complete the table with your father’s timings. 14 has lunch
  30. 30. Time Around the World 2 Reading Read the story. Then, answer the questions below. Around the World in Eighty Days This is an adventure story about an Englishman called Phileas Fogg. Fogg takes on a challenge to travel around the world in eighty days. To make such a journey in 1872 was thought of as a crazy idea. There were no planes, and trains were a new invention. No one believed anyone could circle the world in eighty days. In the story however, Fogg plans his journey and studies the schedules for the trains and boats that leave the cities he is to pass through. He starts his journey on Wednesday, 2nd October at 8:45 p.m. He sails from London to Suez with no problems. Then, he goes through the four continents where he meets many new people. In India, China and America, he has many adventures and faces lots of difficulties. Fogg reaches London thinking that he has taken eighty-one days to finish the journey. However, he finds out that traveling from east to west has saved him twenty-four hours. Phileas Fogg has done what other people thought impossible. Look at Mr. Fogg’s record, then answer the questions. City London Paris Suez Bombay Hong Kong City Leaves Wednesday, October 2nd, 8:45 p.m. Thursday, October 3rd, 8:40 a.m. Wednesday, October 9th, 5:00 p.m. Sunday, October 20th, 8:00 p.m. Thursday, November 8th, 5:00 p.m. Paris Suez Bombay Hong Kong San Francisco 1. When does Fogg reach these cities? a. Suez b. Hong Kong c. San Francisco 2. What lesson do you learn from this story? 15 Arrives Thursday, October 3rd, 7:20 a.m. Wednesday, October 9th, 11:00 a.m. Sunday, October 20th, 12:00 noon. Tuesday, November 6th, 6:00 a.m. Wednesday, December 3rd, 7:00 a.m.
  31. 31. Unit 2 Lesson 3 Speaking Saeed and his family are leaving for Malaysia via Pakistan. Their flight is at 7 o’clock in the morning. It takes four hours to reach Pakistan. After staying for five hours in Pakistan, the plane will fly to Malaysia. It takes only two hours to reach Malaysia from Pakistan. (use the map on page 83) In pairs : Find out : 1. the Saudi time they arrive in Pakistan. 2. the local time in Pakistan. 3. the Saudi time they arrive in Malaysia. 4. the local time in Malaysia. Writing Saeed and his family are in Pakistan now. Look at the pictures. Describe what they are doing and at what time. 1. Saeed and his family are in Pakistan now. It is one o’clock in the afternoon. They are performing their Dhuhrr prayer. 2. 3. 4. 16
  32. 32. Time Around the World 3 Look at the pictures of Saeed’s family in Malaysia. What are they doing? Write a paragraph. 17
  33. 33. Unit 2 Lesson 4 Phonics L blends L blends are the l sound with another consonant like in flag clay and plant . Rule A consonant blend is two or more consonants that are together. The sounds blend together. Each sound is heard. You can hear an l blend at the beginning of clay and plant. A. Listen to the words . Repeat them chorally. flowers block plane slide B. 1. Write each blend once to make a new word. Say the new word. cl bl __ __ ace __ __ ue __ __ ag __ __ imb __ __ eep pl fl sl 2. Can you think of more words that start with l blends? C. Circle the consonant blend you hear. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. bl bl bl bl bl cl cl cl cl cl gl gl gl gl gl pl pl pl pl pl 18 sl sl sl sl sl gloves
  34. 34. Time around the world 4 Grammar Summary Yes / No questions-present continuous Am I he Is she working? it you we Are they I Yes, am. am I he she is. it you we are. they No, he she it you we they is not. are Speaking Vancouver p.m. Thursday New York p.m. Thursday London 3 a.m. Friday Riyadh a.m. Friday Tokyo a.m. Friday Delhi a.m. Friday Singapore a.m. Friday Brazilia p.m Thursday Sydney 1 p.m. Friday A. In groups of three : The teacher gives two cards to each student in the group. - Take turns to read the cards to the others. - Listen to the information and mark the clock faces accordingly. B. Take turns to tell the other members what people in the cities are doing at that time. Student A : What time is it in London? Student B : It’s Friday 3 a.m. in London. Student A : Are the people sleeping? Student B : Yes, they are. / No, they’re not. 19
  35. 35. Time around the world 4 Reading In groups : Match the paragraphs to the pictures. A. It is seven o’clock in the morning. At the moment, people are getting up, getting dressed and having breakfast or driving to work. B. It is five twenty now. People are going home from work. Some are walking to bus stops. Others are waiting for the underground. A few are walking to the cafés to have something to eat. C. It’s ten-thirty at night. At the moment, some people are having dinner in restaurants. Many families are at home. They’re watching television, reading the newspaper or playing games . D. It is twelve forty-five in the afternoon. Many people are on their lunch break. Some of them are having a quick lunch. Others are seeing their friends or shopping. 20
  36. 36. Unit 3 Weekends In this unit you are going to: name weekend activities. say the past tense of regular and irregular verbs. ask and answer questions about time and activities.
  37. 37. Unit 3 Lesson 1 Discussion - What do you do on your weekends? Conversation A. Listen and practice . Noura : Guess what we did last week, Sara? Sara : What? Noura : We rented a beach house and stayed there for the weekend. Sara : Great! What did you do? Noura : Well, I walked on the beach, watched the sunset and went sailing. Oh, and I collected many nice shells, as well. Sara : How nice! Noura : Yes, and my brother took part in a jet ski race. Sara : So, you really had fun? Noura : Yes, I did. What about you? I’m sure you had a good time last weekend, as well. beach last week yesterday take part collect shells go sailing B. There are 48 hours in a weekend. How well do you plan and use them? 22
  38. 38. Weekends 1 Grammar Past simple - regular / irregular verbs We rented a house last month. We didn’t rent a boat. I collected some shells on the beach. I didn’t collect any stones. I saw my grandmother yesterday. I didn’t see my grandfather. smile - smiled rent - rented collect - collected stop - stopped study - studied drive - drove go - went see - saw A. Write the past tense of these verbs. 1. do 2. have 3. see 4. carry 5. stop 6. study B. Look at the pictures and write what Nahla and her family did / did not on the weekend. Morning Afternoon Night 1. On Thursday morning, Nahla _________________ a book. She____________ TV. 2. In the afternoon, her family __________________________ on the beach but they _________________ any shells . 3. At night, she _________________ a cake, but she _________________ it. C. In groups : Take turns, telling your group three things you did last weekend. 23
  39. 39. Unit 3 Lesson 2 Conversation A. Listen and practice . Ali : Talal : Ali : Talal : Ali : Talal : Did you go to Taif last month? Yes, we spent a weekend there. Did you fly there? No, we didn’t . Tell me about your trip ? Well, first we drove to Al-Shafa. The weather there was nice and cool. Ali : Great! Talal : Then, we met my uncle and his family at King Fahad Park. We had a barbecue. We were lucky to finish before it rained. Ali : It must’ve been fun! B. Did you enjoy your weekend? Why? Grammar Did in Yes / No questions with Past Tense Verbs Did you go to Taif? Did he fly to Taif? Did you have fun? Yes, I did. I went there on Thursday. No, he didn’t. He drove to Taif. Yes, we did. We had a lot of fun. Present past go - went drive - drove fly - flew meet - met A. Write the simple present tense of these irregular verbs. drove 1. ___________ bought 2. ___________ ate 3. ___________ made 4. ___________ brought 5. ___________ drank 6. ___________ had 7. ___________ did 8. ___________ 24
  40. 40. Weekends 2 B. Match the questions with the answers. 1. Did Ali sleep early on the weekend? a. No, he didn’t. He visited his family. 2. Did he visit any friends? b. Yes, he did. He helped him wash the car. 3. Did he help his father? c. No, he didn’t. He slept late. 4. Did he watch the news? d. Yes, he did his homework. 5. Did he do his homework? e. No, he didn’t. He watched the match. 6. Did he exercise? f. Yes, he did. He played basketball. C. In pairs : Ask the above questions and give your own answers. Reading This passage is about a schoolgirl called Afnan who spent her weekends helping others. Read about what she did and how. Today I would like to tell you about an experience that made me feel proud of myself. For the past year, I have spent every Thursday morning at the “Special Children Centre” with 25 handicapped children. I wanted to help these children live a normal life. I started teaching some of them to recite the Holy Qur’an. I had another group knit and sew. Some children worked on Islamic art projects. At first, we had few problems but soon things got easier. By the end of the year the children had put up their work for an exhibition. Everyone loved it. I am so glad that I used my weekends to help others and please Allah. Answer the following questions. 1. Who is the passage about? ________________________________________ 2. Who did she help? _______________________________________________ 3. What did she do at the centre? ______________________________________ 4. Why did she work at the centre? ____________________________________ 5. Do you think she was paid for her work? Why? Why not? ________________________________________________________________ 25
  41. 41. Unit 3 Lesson 3 Conversation A. Listen and practice . Rayan Jameel Rayan Jameel Rayan Jameel Rayan Jameel Rayan : : : : : : : : : Where did you go last night? I went to the football match. Why didn’t you call me? I would’ve liked to go, too. I called you, but no one answered. What time did you call? Around three in the afternoon. I was asleep. Who did you go with? I went with my new neighbour, Jihad. I wish you’d called me earlier. I really wanted to go. B. What did you do last night? C. What do you think about staying up late at night? Grammar Wh-Questions with past tense verbs Where did you go yesterday? When did he visit his friend? What time did she arrive in Jeddah last week? Who did we meet yesterday morning? Why didn’t they come last night? I went to the football match. He visited his friend last week. She arrived at 12 midnight. We met our friends. Because they were sick. A. Write questions to these answers. 1. A : _________________________________________________ B : I went to the supermarket yesterday. 2. A : _________________________________________________ B : I bought some fruit and bread last night. 3. A : _________________________________________________ B : Last time I went with my mother. 4. A : _________________________________________________ B : I went to the bookstore yesterday morning because I wanted to buy a book. B. In pairs : Ask each other the questions in exercise A and give answers for yourself. 26
  42. 42. Weekends 3 Listening Listen to these people talking about what they did last weekend. Number the pictures as you hear the conversations. Writing A. Read Fatima’s notes about the things she did last weekend. Bake a cake Visit uncle Picnic in the desert B. Read her paragraph. Last weekend, I wanted to surprise my cousins. I woke up early and baked a chocolate cake for them. I took it with me to my uncle’s house. In the afternoon, we went on a picnic to the desert. We barbecued meat and chicken. The weather was very nice and we really enjoyed ourselves. We returned home very late at night. C. Write notes, then use them to write a paragraph about your activities last weekend. 27
  43. 43. Unit 3 Lesson 4 Phonics R blends Rule Remember that in a consonant blend, two or more consonants are together.The sounds blend together. Each sound is heard. You can hear an r blend at the beginning of brown and crab. R blends are the r sound with another consonant like in crab and dress . A. Listen to the words, and repeat them chorally . bread crown drum frog train B. Listen, and circle the blends that begin each word . br tr pr gr tr dr fr tr gr cr dr fr br cr pr dr C. Listen, and complete the words with the correct blends . dr 1. cr tr gr fr 3. 2. ___ ___ apes 4. ___ ___ ess ___ ___ ab 6. 5. ___ ___ uit pr ___ ___ ayer 28 ___ ___ ee
  44. 44. Weekends 4 Grammar Summary Past simple tense / affirmative I You We They He She It Negative walked (regular) home last night. went (irregular) I You We They He She It did not didn’t walk. go home. Did in Yes / No questions I You He She It They We Did walk Yes, home? go No, Wh - questions with past tense verbs Where When What time Why did I you he she It they go? I You He She It They We I You He She It They We did. didn’t. home. yesterday. went at six o’clock to study Complete the conversation. Rami : I really __________ (enjoy) the game. _________ you _________ (like) it, too? Saleh : It was okay. But they _________ (play) much better last week . Don’t you think so? Rami : I ___________ (not, watch) the last game. I ___________ (miss) it. By the time I ___________ (get) home, it was over. Saleh : Yes, I remember. It _____________ (start) early that day. 29
  45. 45. Weekends 4 Listening Listen to four girls talking about their weekends. What did they do on Thursday morning? Write the names under the correct pictures. 1. 2. 3. 4. Speaking A. What did you do last weekend? Complete the table. My last weekend / Where did I go? _________________________ . I went with _______________________ I went by _______________________ I stayed in a ______________________ I stayed there for __________________ I saw ________________________________ I ate ________________________________ In the mornings, I _____________________ In the evenings, I _____________________ B. In pairs : Guess what your partner did last weekend. Find out how many guesses were right. My partner’s last weekend. ✔ = I was right. Where did she / he go? __________ . ✗ = I was wrong. She / He went with ______________ She / He went by _______________ She / He stayed in a _____________ She / He stayed there for _________ ✔ ✗ She / He saw _________________ She / He ate __________________ In the mornings, she / he _________ In the evenings, she / he _________ Writing Write a paragraph describing your partner’s weekend activities in your workbook page 14. 30
  46. 46. Unit 4 Review
  47. 47. Unit 4 Lesson 1 Vocabulary A. Write an action verb under each picture. B. Make sentences using the past tense of the verbs in activity A. Underline the verbs. 1. __________________________________________________________________________ 2. ____________________________________________________________________________ 3. ____________________________________________________________________________ 4. ____________________________________________________________________________ 5. ____________________________________________________________________________ 6. ____________________________________________________________________________ 7. ____________________________________________________________________________ 8. ____________________________________________________________________________ 9. ____________________________________________________________________________ 10. ____________________________________________________________________________ 32
  48. 48. Lesson 1 Speaking In groups : Play, Win, Lose or Draw. The teacher will give you a set of sentences. A student in each group draws the first sentence. The other students guess the sentence. Take turns to draw and guess. Listening A. Listen to these people telling the time in their cities. Write the times. What time is it in ......? Time in Saudi Arabia Ahead Behind 1. Tunis 2. Paris 3. New York 4. Tokyo 5. Karachi B. Refer to the map on page 82. Calculate the time in Saudi Arabia and fill in the table. C. Write how many hours Saudi Arabia is ahead or behind the given cities. 33
  49. 49. Unit 4 Lesson 2 Vocabulary Match the categories in A to the words in B. Then, give a few more words for each category. A. clothes, stores, prepositions, nationalities, jobs, hobbies, months, colours, cities, adjectives B. __________ 1. On, in, _______________ , ________________ , ________________ . __________ 2. April, June, May, _____________ , _____________ , ______________ . __________ 3. Blue, white, black, _____________ , ____________ , _____________ . __________ 4. Reading. drawing, _____________ , ____________ , _____________ . __________ 5. Writer, teacher, _____________ , ______________ , ______________ . __________ 6. Chinese, Japanese _____________ , ____________ , _____________ . __________ 7. Sweater, shirt, _____________ , ______________ , ______________ . __________ 8. Tokyo, Jeddah, _____________ , ______________ , ______________ . __________ 9. Quiet, friendly, pretty, ____________ , ____________ , ____________ . __________ 10. Bookshops, grocer’s, ____________ , ____________ , ____________ . Speaking In groups : Find a job. The teacher will give you cards. Read your card. If you have a ‘wanted’ card, look for someone in your group who can do the job. The game finishes when everyone has a job. I’m looking for a mechanic. Can you drive? 34 Yes, I can. No, I can’t.
  50. 50. Lesson 2 Writing A. In groups : Make a group survey. Ask your group members about the activities they like. Complete the questionnaire. Activities Name Cooking Yes No Collecting Stamps Yes No Reading Yes No Drawing Yes No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Total B. Fill in the blanks, using the information from your survey. Then, complete the paragraph. In my group, there are ____________ students. __________ students like (number) (number) ___________ and ___________ don’t ( doesn’t ). (activity) (number) __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________ 35
  51. 51. Unit 4 Lesson 3 Speaking Who did it? In groups : Use the school plan below to play the game. Students Basheer Saud Rashid Ibrahim Ahmad Sameer Khalid Fawaz Safi Yousuf Abdullah Saleh 36
  52. 52. Lesson 3 Vocabulary A. Circle the word that doesn’t belong to the group. 1. 1925, 1616, 2001, 2:30 p.m. 2. is, am, was, are. 3. drawing, white, cooking, writing. 4. Makkah, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Chinese. B. Write why each word doesn’t belong to the group. 1. They are all dates. 2:30 is time. 2. _____________________________________ 3. _____________________________________ 4. _____________________________________ Grammar Start from the centre. Use one word or expression from each section to make a question. 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________ 5. ________________________________ 6. ________________________________ 7. ________________________________ 8. ________________________________ 9. ________________________________ 10. ________________________________ 37
  53. 53. Unit 4 Lesson 4 Speaking In groups of three: Look at the picture story and guess what is happening. 38
  54. 54. Lesson 4 Reading Read the passage. D o you ever get bored at home? Would you like to have some fun? Start your own MINI GREEN HOUSE. You will need a plastic bottle, some soil and seeds of your choice (tomatoes, corn, lentils, beans etc.). T ake the bottle. Remove the label and cap. Pinch a few holes around the top to keep the inside cool. Place some soil at the bottom of the bottle. Throw the seeds and sprinkle them with water. In a few days, the seeds will start to vine. Water regularly. When your plants reach the top, cut the bottom of the bottle and transfer them into a pot or to the garden. a. Complete the sentence A green house is a place where ____________________________________________ b. Choose the correct words. - ‘Place’ means a. put b. buy c. cook - ‘a cap’ means a. a pot b. a cover c. a bottle - ‘vine’ means a. die b. grow c. find - ‘mini’ means a. very small b. very big c. very tall c. Answer the questions. - What do you need to make a mini green house? ________________________________________________________________________ - Why do you make holes in the bottle? ________________________________________________________________________ - When do you put the plant in a pot or the garden? ________________________________________________________________________ 39
  55. 55. Unit 5 People In this unit you are going to : talk about things that happened in the past. ask and answer questions about past events. write about the life of a famous person. read a passage about Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him).
  56. 56. Unit 5 Lesson 1 Discussion King Abdulaziz Founder of Saudi Arabia born : 1293 H died : 1373 H Ahmad Zuwail Arab American scientist born : 1946 Mohammad Hussain Zaidan Saudi writer born : 1325 H died : 1414 H Abdulaziz Bin Baz Saudi Mufti born 1330 H died : 1420 H - Do you know any of the people in the pictures? - Which of these people would you like to know more about? Conversation Listen to two friends, Ali and Fayez, talking about the life of a famous person . A. Listen and practice Fayez : Ali : Fayez : Ali : Fayez : Ali : Fayez : Ali : Fayez : Did you choose a person to write about? Yes, I chose Abdulaziz Bin Baz. Who was he? He was a very famous Muslim scholar. Although he was blind, he wrote many books. That’s amazing. He was a teacher and a Mufti. When and where did he live? He was born in 1330 H, and he lived in Saudi Arabia. I’d really like to read more about him. B. Practice the conversation, talking about someone else. C. Setting goals is a must for a successful future. Why? 41 founder born famous die invent scholar
  57. 57. People 1 Grammar Past Tense of ‘Be’ ( Was / were) / Affirmative I was a teacher last year. He was in Makkah yesterday. It was a short story. You were born in 1984. We were at school last week. They were Saudis. Negative I wasn’t a teacher. He wasn’t in Makkah yesterday. It wasn’t a short story. You weren’t born in 1984. We weren’t at school last week. They weren’t Saudis. Wasn’t = was not Weren’t = were not. Yes / No questions Was she born in Madinah? Was it a black pen? Were you in the room? Were they friends? Yes, she was. Yes, it was. Yes, I was. Yes, we were. Yes, they were. No, she wasn’t. No, it wasn’t. No, I wasn’t. No, we weren’t. No, they weren’t. Wh - questions How old was he? When was she born? Where were you yesterday? Who were your friends at school? What was the lesson like? He was 60 years old. She was born in 1882. I was in Makkah. Salma and Amal were my friends. It was easy. A. Match the questions with the answers. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. When were you born? Were you born in Dammam? Were your parents born in Taif? Who was your best friend in school? Who was your favourite teacher? a. b. c. d. e. My best friend was Shaker / Maha. No, they weren’t. They were born in Tabouk. I was born in 1992. No, I was born in Jeddah. My favourite teacher was Mr. / Mrs. Rami. B. In pairs : Ask each other the questions in A. C. Complete the sentences, using the correct form of ‘Be’. 1. Today, _______________________ . Yesterday, ____________________________ . 2. This month, ___________________ . Last month, ___________________________ . 3. This year, _____________________ . Last year, ____________________________ . 42
  58. 58. Unit 5 Lesson 2 Vocabulary A. Listen and practise pilot , writer , cook , scientist , teacher , shepherd , artist. B. Write the jobs under each picture. a. _____________ b. _____________ e. _____________ c. _____________ f. _____________ d. _____________ g. _____________ C. In groups : Choose a job . Name a famous person and say something about him / her. Listening Listen to Sami asking about a famous person. Choose the right answers. 1. name a. Nelson Mandela b. Hadi Sawan c. Van Gogh 2. prizes won a. Nobel prize b. Silver medal c. World cup 3. job a. artist b. peace activist c. P.E. teacher 43
  59. 59. People 2 Reading - Where was Prophet Mohammad peace be upon him born? - What was he like? The Last Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) was born in Makkah in 571 AD. He was an orphan. His father, Abdullah, died before he was born. His mother, Amena, died when he was a child of six. He lived with his grandfather, Abdul Muttaleb, and then with his loving uncle , Abu Taleb. Mohammad (peace be upon him) was poor and he worked as a shepherd to help his uncle. Later, he looked after his uncle’s trade. He was always honest and people called him The Truthful: “Al Sadiq Al Ameen”. When he was twenty-five years old, he got married to a rich widow, Khadija bint Khuwailed. When Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) was forty, he became the messenger of Allah. He started spreading the message of Islam in Makkah. The first few years were very difficult for the Prophet. In 622 AD, Allah ordered him to move to Al Madina. He lived in Al Madina for eleven years. The people of Al Madina supported him a lot. He died on the 12th of Rabei Al Awal, 11 Hijra (633 AD) in Madina. A. Read. Guess from the sentences what these words mean. 1) An orphan is a child who doesn’ t have ___________________ a) a brother b) an uncle c) a father 2) A shepherd is a person who ___________________ a) teaches children b) looks after sheep c) sells clothes 3) Truthful means a person who always ___________________ a) says the truth. b) talks a lot. c) keeps quiet. - Why do you love the Prophet? - How do you show your love for the Prophet? B. Write the opposite of the underlined words. 1. The Prophet’s mother died when he was a child. ___________ 2. His uncle was poor and didn’t have much money. __________ C. Tick (✔) or (✗). Then correct the false statements 1. The Prophet worked as a shepherd because he was rich. ( 2. He got married at the age of twenty-five. ( ) 44 )
  60. 60. Unit 5 Lesson 3 Vocabulary A. Write the years in words. 1995 1622 1840 2002 1912 2014 B. In pairs : Ask each other when you were born / started to walk / started school? Speaking In pairs : Ask and answer about these people. King Khalid Al Saud Born : 1331 H. Died : 1402 H. Ibn Khaldoon Born : 732 H. Died : 808 H. Mohammad Ali Jinnah Born : 1876. Died : 1948. He was born in ______. When was ____ born? He died in _________. When did he die? 45 Al-Ghazali Born : 1335 H. Died : 1416 H.
  61. 61. People 3 Writing A. Look at the information Ali collected about Shaikh Abdulaziz Bin Baz. He wrote this information on a time line. 1330 H 1346 H born in Saudi Arabia become blind 1390 H become the President of the Islamic University 1414 H 1420 H become The General Mufti die B. Use the time line to write a paragraph about Shaikh Abdulaziz Bin Baz. 46
  62. 62. Unit 5 Lesson 4 Phonics Rule Remember that in a consonant blend, two or more consonants are together. The sounds blend together. Each sound is heard. You can hear an s blend at the beginning of snow and skate. S blends S blends are the s sound with another consonant like: sk - sm - sn - sp - sq - st - sw A. Listen to the words. Repeat them chorally. skirt smell snow square star spoon swing B. Look at the picture. Listen to the picture name. Circle the begining blend. Write the blend on the blanks. Say the word . 1. sq sl 2. sl sn 3. sm st C. Circle the blend you hear. 1. sk sm sn ____ip 7. sw sl 6. st ____ide sl ____im 5. st 8. sl 2. sk sm sn sp sq st sw sp sq st sw sp sq st sw 5. sk sm sn sp sq st sw sp sq st sw 7. sk sm sn sp sq st sw sm ____ile st ____op sw 6. sk sm sn str ____amp st 4. sk sm sn 4. sk ____ail sq 3. sk sm sn ____uirrel sp 9. sp st ____ot 47
  63. 63. People 4 Grammar Summary Past Tense of “Be” (Affirmative and Negative) I He She It was wasn’t You We They were weren’t at home last night. Yes / No Questions with “Be” in the Simple Past was I he she it were you we they Yes, in Riyadh in 1999? I He She It You We They No, were. wasn’t. You We They was. I He She It weren’t. Wh - Question with “Be ” in the Simple Past When Where born? they was were your first teacher? How fat She your cat? was born in 1992. in Dhahran. Mr. Tahir. He she like? Who What I They you were It was kind to us. very fat. Look at the “Be” family tree. Complete it with the right subject pronouns. Be Present Past am is was are I they 48 were
  64. 64. People 4 Speaking Read the text and make notes in the table. Then, ask your partner about her / his famous traveller, and complete the table in the same way. Ss A turn to page 84 Ss B turn to page 85 Writing A. Look at the timeline. It shows information about King Faisal. Ɔ 1324 1364 1384 1395 born take the Kingdom into the United Nations become king die B. Write a paragraph about King Faisal’s life, using the dates on the timeline. 49
  65. 65. Unit 6 Greetings In this unit you are going to : Introduce people. exchange personal information. read about greetings around the world. listen to people talking about greeting customs. write a paragraph about yourself. 50
  66. 66. Unit 6 Lesson 1 Discussion shake hands hug pat the back bow press palms together - Do you name a country for each picture? - Which greeting is the most common? Unusual? - Remember a Muslim never bows when he greets others. Conversation A. Listen and practice Teacher : Misfer : Teacher : Raj : Teacher : Raj : Teacher : Raj : Teacher : Hello, Misfer. I see you’re with a new friend today. Yes, Mr. Yehya. This is Raj Anand. Nice to meet you, Raj. Pleased to meet you, Mr. Yehya. This is the first time someone greets me with a press of his palms. It is called “The Namaste”. Where are you from? I’m from India and I’m here on vacation. Enjoy your holiday. B. If you’re with a group of friends, do you always introduce newcomers to them? Why? 51
  67. 67. Greetings 1 Grammar Wh - questions with ‘Be’ What’s your name? My name is Raj. Where are you from? I’m from India. Where is she from? She’s from Britain. Who are they? They’re her friends. Subject Pronouns I you he she it we you they Possessive Adjectives my your his her its our your their A. Complete this conversation with verb ‘Be’, subject pronouns or possessive adjectives. Check your answers with your partner.. Hana : I see your cousins _______________ here at last! Sahar : Girls, this is ________________ best friend Hana. Noha and Layla : Oh, so you ____________ Hana! We’re so happy to meet _______. Hana : Good to meet you, too. Noha : I _____ Noha and _______ from Jordan. This is ________ cousin Layla, __________ from Lebanon. Hana : Which city ___________ you from? Layla : __________ from Beirut. Hana : _________ hope you have fun during ___________ stay. B. In pairs : Make three wh-questions about your friends using the verb “Be” then take turns asking and answering your questions. C. In groups : Take turns introducing a partner to others. Student 1 : Saleh / Elham, this is ___________ He’s / She’s from __________ Student 2 : Hello, __________. Nice to meet you. Student 3 : Hi, pleased to meet you, too. 52
  68. 68. Unit 6 Lesson 2 Vocabulary Which of the following are international and which are traditional? complete the table. thobe and ghotra - hand shake - English language hamburger - Arabian coffee - Kabsa International Traditional Reading A. - Why is it important to know about greeting customs? - How are international schools different from local schools? At Dahran International School, I learnt that greeting customs differ from one country to another. Normally, students greet each other saying hi, hello or good morning. However, on special occasions, each practices his traditional way of greeting. My Japanese friends occasionally like to use their famous “ojigi” to greet each other. They bow to say good morning, hello or goodbye. Dilip and I use the Indian namaste to greet each other. We press the palms of our hands together and lift them up to our chins. Then, we say “namaste”. Filipino students shake hands, but close friends pat each other on the back and say ‘Kamusta’. John, Jack and Patrick from Britain greet each other with a hug. If they meet someone for the first time, they shake hands. Our friends from the Emirates, Saleh and Hamad, shake hands with all of us every morning. Going to an international school helped me learn about different greeting customs. 53
  69. 69. Greetings 2 B. Fill in a country for each greeting custom. Check if the greeting is formal or informal. If you can not tell, write ‘don’t know’. Country Form of greeting Formal Informal bow to each other. shake hands. a pat on the back. a hug. press palms and lift to chin. C. Do you know of any other greeting customs? Tell your friend about them. D. Role play: In pairs, act out the custom of the country named by the teacher. Listening Listen to different greeting customs. Tick the box for each country. Greeting Country bend knees bow 1. Japan 2. Zambia 3. New Zealand 54 press noses
  70. 70. Unit 6 Lesson 3 Conversation A. Listen and practice Yasser : Tarik : Yasser : Tarik : Yasser : Saleh : Yasser : Saleh : Hi, Tariq! How are things with you? Great! What about you? I’m fine, thanks. Yasser, I’d like you to meet Saleh. He’s from Jordan. Hi, Saleh. Are you on the team with us? No, I’m not. I’m a member of this youth club. Are you and Tariq playing in the match next week? No, we aren’t. B. - Listen to the rest of the conversation. - Where is Yasser from? C. Are you a member of any youth club? Grammar Yes / No Questions and short answers with ‘Be’ Affirmative Negative Am I on the team? Yes, you are. No, you’re not. Are you a member of this club? Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Is basketball difficult? Yes, it is. No, it isn’t. Are you and Tariq on the same team? Yes, we are. No, we’re not. Are the players Egyptian? Yes, they are. No, they’re not. A. Complete the conversation and practice with a partner. Student 1 : Student 2 : Student 1 : Student 2 : Hello _____________ you on the basketball team? Yes, _______ __________. _______________ you new? No, ____________. But I’ve been ill for a long time. _______________ our coach here? Student 1 : Yes, he __________ in the next room. 55
  71. 71. Greetings 3 B. Go around the class and find the information. Compare your answers with the group. 1. How many students have the same first name? ________________ ( Ask: What’s your first name? ) 2. Are there any students who have the same last name? ________________ ( Ask: What’s your last name? ) 3. How many students come from another country? ________________ ( Ask: Are you Saudi? ) 4. How many students come from another city? ________________ ( Ask: ‘Are you from this city’? ) Writing A. 1. What is a paragraph? - A paragraph is a group of sentences about one main idea. This main idea is called the topic. 2. What does a paragraph look like? - An English paragraph has a special form. Look at the paragraph below. It is written in the correct form. My name is Glenn Tolo. I am 32 years old. I am from Manila, Philippines. My native language is Tagalog. I am an art worker. A. 1. Do you remember the rules of writing a paragraph? Rules of paragraph writing: 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. 56
  72. 72. Greetings 3 2. What is wrong with this paragraph? The following paragraph is not written in the correct form. Look at the paragraph with a partner and discuss what is wrong with its form. my name is Maria Andro i am 30 years old i am from Italy my native language is Italian i am a hairdresser Ɔ 3. Rewrite the corrected paragraph. 4. Turn to page 26 in your workbook. Write a paragraph about yourself. 57
  73. 73. Unit 6 Lesson 4 Phonics Short a as in man Short e as in men A. Listen and repeat. B. 1. man men 2. pan pen Short e sound is also written as ea 3. sat set Weather , feather , bread , spread , 4. pat pet head , dead , heavy. 5. bat bet 6. mat met C. Tick the word you recognize from the box above in each sentence you hear. D. Read the sentences. Put the underlined words in the right column. - It rained heavily yesterday. - I took my old leather bag and held my umbrella over my head. - I went to the shop and asked the salesman to give me a bread pan. - I went back home and baked some bread in it. Short a Short e 58
  74. 74. Greetings 4 Grammar Summary Be contractions Subject pronoun + Be I am Possessive adjectives I’m He’s She is your She’s He my his This is her It It’s We We’re our They’re their You’re friend. its They are You Ɔ Wh-Questions with ‘Be’ is your his / her are their is are my their my your his / her our What Where is Who are name(s)? school(s)? teacher(s)? Yes / No Questions with “Be” Yes / No Questions with “Be” Yes, it is. Is English easy? Are they from Italy? Is she Chinese? No, it isn’t. Yes, they are. 59 No, they aren’t. Yes, she is. No, she isn’t.
  75. 75. Greetings 4 Speaking In groups of three or four: - Make a conversation with group members. Ask about his/her age, family, school, last name, nationality, ....etc. - Write down the information. Find what you have in common. e.g. same age, same number of sisters / brothers ...etc. Reading A. Read about four people. Complete the chart below. Eduardo is from Mindanao,Philippines. His mother tongue is Tagalog, but he also speaks English fluently. He is a secretary in a big office in Saudi Arabia. One day, he wants to own a business.His hobby is playing football. Lee is a student in an English language centre. He comes from Seoul, South Korea. He can speak two languages Korean and Chinese. In addition, he wants to learn English so that he can become a doctor. He likes swimming very much, but he has no time nowadays. 60
  76. 76. Lesson 4 Ameera is a librarian in Egypt. She was born in Cairo, but her family moved to Alexandria recently. She can speak and write English fairly well. She wants to improve her spelling because she would like to be a journalist someday. She also reads a lot. Su Chen is a Chinese nurse. She is from Taipei, Taiwan. Mandarin Chinese is her Ɔ first language. She can read and write English well, but she needs to improve her spoken language. She wants to do her doctorate in nursing. In her free time, she likes to cook. Who is he / she? Where is he / she from? What does he / she want to be? What languages does he / she speak? 1 2 3 4 B. Imagine that you are one of these people.Talk about yourself. e.g. My name is Ameera / Lee. I’m from Egypt / Korea, ...........etc. Listening Listen to three conversations and complete the information about each person. Family name 1. First name Studying Bilal Germany computer science 2. 3. Country Khalid 61
  77. 77. Unit 7 Daily Life In this unit you are going to : talk about daily activities. talk about work and school. listen to someone talk about his daily activities. read about a day in the life of a tourist guide. write a paragraph describing a job.
  78. 78. Unit 7 Lesson 1 Discussion - How often do you _______________? spend time with family do housework study meet friends eat out watch sports Conversation A. Listen and practice Saif : Yasser : Saif : Yasser : Saif : Yasser : Saif : Yasser : Saif : Yasser : What do you do, Yasser? I work for the Ministry of Health. Do you have a long working day? I usually work from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. So you wake up late in the morning. No, I always get up early so that I can perform Fjar prayer at the mosque, read the Holy Qur’an, exercise and read the newspaper. Do you usually have lunch at work? No, I usually have lunch with my family, but sometimes I eat out with my friends. How about having lunch with me next week? Oh! I’d love that. B. What activities do you enjoy doing after school? 63 visit relatives look after children
  79. 79. Daily life 1 Grammar Adverbs of Frequency Always 100% Usually 99-90% Often Sometimes Seldom 75-25% 90-75% 25-10% Adverbs of frequency Rarely 10-1% Never 0% Time expressions in the morning. I always get up at 7.30 He often goes to bed early I usually have dinner at around quarter to nine We never stay at exactly half past seven She is always the best in class. before / after four at night. in the evening. in the afternoon. A. Complete the sentences with suitable words or expressions. 1. My family _______________ has breakfast at exactly _________ every weekend. 2. I _________ go to school on Thursdays, so I have time to clean my closet ________. 3. My mother __________ cooks on ___________ because we usually have lunch at my grandmother’s. 4. We ___________ go to the funfair at around ______________. 5. My family ___________ goes to the beach on weekends because it is overcrowded. A. Take turns asking and answering about some activities you do on weekends. Use suitable adverbs of frequency. How often do you meet friends? I usually meet them on Thursdays. 64
  80. 80. Unit 7 Lesson 2 Vocabulary A. Look at the pictures. Match the pictures to the jobs in the box. Say what each person does. Journalist writes for newspapers ____________ waiter serves in a restaurant ____________ secretary writes letters (types) announcer presents (news) __________ policeman controls traffic ____________ ________ B. Imagine you are a ____________. Talk about your daily activities. (job) Listening Abdulaziz is describing his working day to Ahmad. When can he do each activity? Listen and tick. Activity Day shift watch sports spend time with family eat out visit friends shop exercise 65 Night shift
  81. 81. Lesson 2 Reading A. Read this article about Ali Habeeb who works as a tour guide in Cairo, Egypt. Sometimes people ask me, “Do you like your job?” I say, “I love it.” I always meet interesting people from different countries. Everyday, I start work very early. By nine-thirty, I meet my group of tourists at the hotel. Then, we start our trip around the city. I always take them to historical places, such as ancient mosques and museums. For lunch, I usually take the tourists to typical Egyptian restaurants. In the evenings, we often visit other places such as the Pyramids of Al Giza where tourists greatly enjoy the Sight and Sound Show. They also enjoy visiting traditional market places, especially Khan AlKhaleeli. I often help them shop around because they don’t speak Arabic. My work keeps me away from home for long hours. I usually return home at 5.30 p.m. Sometimes, I stay away for days when I take tourists to Aswan or Hurghada, but I enjoy it. My wife and kids don’t like my job. I seldom go out with them on holidays because I am busy showing other people around. B. Read the article, then circle the better answer. The article talks about - Ali’s daily routine. - A tour around Cairo. C. Answer the questions. 1. Name two places Ali takes the tourists to. ____________________________________________________________________ 2. How many hours does Ali work everyday? ____________________________________________________________________ D. Find a word from the article that means: - Old = _____________________ - People who travel for fun = _______________ - To like doing = ______________ E. How often does Ali do these things? Always Usually Take tourists to ancient places. Enjoy holidays with family. See people of many nationalities. Make shopping easy for tourists. Not see family 2-3 days. F. Would you like being a tour guide? Why? Why not? 66 Often Sometimes Seldom
  82. 82. Unit 7 Lesson 3 Conversation A. Listen and practice Noura : Which school do you go to, Sara? Sara : I go to the Little Women’s School. Noura : Oh, I see. My sister Alia works there. Sara : What does she do? Noura : She teaches geography. Sara : What about you, where do you work? Noura : In a hospital. I’m a nurse. I look after patients. Sara : It must be hard work. Noura : Yes, it is. What about you, do you like school? Sara : I love it even though some subjects are difficult. B. What would you like to be when you grow up? Why? Grammar SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE Wh-questions with ‘Do’ Answers What do you do? I’m an announcer. Which school does she go to? She goes to Little Women’s School. Where do they work? They work for a company. How often do you read books? I always read books. Yes / No questions with ‘Do’ Affirmative Negative Does she go to Little Women School? Yes, she does. No, she doesn’t. Do they work for a newspaper? Yes, they do. No, they don’t. Does he like school? Yes, he does. No, he doesn’t. 67
  83. 83. Daily life 3 A. Complete the conversations. Then practise with a partner. 1. A: What _______ you ________ ? 2. A: What ______ your father ______ ? B : I’m a ______________. B : He’s a ______. He ____ in a _______. A: And __________ you study? A: What about your uncle? ___ he work? B: I study at _________. B: Yes, _______. He works in a _______. A: ______ subjects _____ you like? A: ___________ he do? B: I like ____________. B: He is a ______. He _____. B. In groups: Play a guessing game. Here are twelve jobs. Choose a job from the list on the board. Mime action related to the job. The group guesses the job. Writing Read the passage about Sandra King then complete column A in the table. Sandra King is a doctor at the Children’s hospital in Riyadh. She starts work at half past seven in the morning. From 7:30 to 9:00 Sandra sees her patients, then she takes a coffee break. At ten a.m., she starts her clinic. At two p.m., she goes home to have lunch with her family. She likes to take a nap before she goes back to work at 4.30. Sandra stays at work till 9:00 o’clock in the evening. A B Job Place A ct iv it ie s City B. Fill column B with information about someone you know. Then use it to write a paragraph on page 31 of your workbook. 68
  84. 84. Unit 7 Lesson 4 Phonics Short i as in sit Short e as in set A. Listen and repeat. B. 1. sit set 2. tins tens Short i sound is usually written as i 3. pin pen lip, milk, hint, fridge, bridge, his, six 4. hid head 5. big beg 6. bill bell C. Tick the word you recognize from the box above in each sentence you hear. D. Read the sentences. Put the underlined words in the right column. - My uncle is a mechanic. - He gets up very early in the morning. - He has breakfast at six o’clock. - He listens to the Qur’an on his way to work. - He has dinner with his family at seven o’clock. Short i Short e 69
  85. 85. Daily life 4 Grammar Summary Time expressions I Soha and Layla Rima He / She before / after have a history lesson start school at around ten o’clocbk. 9.00 a.m. in the evening. the afternoon. the morning. on was born studies cooks sleeps the 2nd of September. weekdays. late / early Simple Present: Wh-and Yes / No questions with ‘Do’ Where do they / we When does he / she Do I / you / we / they Does exercise in the morning? he / she exercise Adverbs of Frequency I They Bilal He / She always usually often sometimes seldom rarely never go to work by car. goes A. Look at the activities below. Write as many questions as you can about each one. (not less than two questions) - read ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ - exercise .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... - visit friends or family ................................................................................................................................................................................................ - watch TV ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. B. In pairs: Ask and answer each other’s questions. 70
  86. 86. Daily life 4 C. Rewrite the sentences using the adverbs. 1. He spends Thursday morning with his friends. (always) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 2. They go to the library and borrow some books. (usually) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 3. They let a week without reading a book. (never) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 4. They play table tennis together. (often) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 5. They have lunch in a restaurant. (rarely) ............................................................................................................................................................................... Speaking Ɔ A. There are certain activities that you do daily. What are they? How much time do you spend on each? Fill in the table. activity time spent activity time spent m ds en i Fr ing imm al Sw erson Very p TV Ho me wo rk Fa Sleeping ily B. Look at Maha’s time circle. Use the table above to make your own time circle. Eating s Re ad in g r Lette itting Wr ing ray P School 71
  87. 87. Lesson 4 C. In pairs: Ask about each other’s activities. What do you have in common? D. Look at your time circle. Do you think you should change some of your daily activities to make better use of your time? Reading A. Look at Yasser’s picture. Where do you think he works? Fill in the table. What I know K What I want to know W What I learnt L ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... ......................................................... B. Read the paragraph about Yasser. Complete it with the words from the box. before - around - in - early - late - on - at - after Everyone, at the airport, knows Yasser. He is a ground steward for Saudi Airlines. He checks passenger passports, tickets, etc. ....................................... weekdays, Yasser sleeps most of the day and wakes up a little ....................................... 11.00 ....................................... the morning. He has “brunch” (breakfast and lunch) ....................................... 11.30 or 12.00. He watches television the afternoon prayers. He leaves for work after nine o’clock turns ....................................... ....................................... ....................................... night and re- in the morning, usually around 5 a.m. He hurries to the mosque to pray and is never late for Fajr prayer. 72
  88. 88. Unit 8 Review 73
  89. 89. Unit 8 Lesson 1 Speaking In groups: Play “Lie Detectors”. Follow your teacher’s instructions. Listening Listen to people talk about their jobs. As you listen to the tape, check the statements that are true. Huda Huda works in an office. She knows how to type. She types memos and letters. People ask Huda for appointments. Huda is a receptionist. Badr Badr works only at night. The restaurant is usually busy. He has an easy job. Badr works hard. He gets tired at work. He likes his job. Badr is a waiter. Abdullah Abdullah starts at the same time every day. He stays in shape by jogging and swimming. Being in good shape is important for his job. Abdullah likes his job. He thinks his job is important. Sometimes, he helps injured people. 74 Abdullah is a firefighter.
  90. 90. Lesson 1 Vocabulary A. Write at least five items under each category. Adverb of frequency Places Jobs Greeting usually school teacher shake hands B. In groups: Play Swing. Team (1) Choose a word either from the table above or one of your own. e.g. ‘time’ Draw a box for each letter. Team (2) Try to guess the word. The team that guesses the words wins a point. 75
  91. 91. Unit 8 Lesson 2 Speaking In groups: Take out a piece of paper. Divide it into six equal rows. Write ‘Who’ - ‘Did’ - ‘What’ - ‘With whom’ - ‘Where’ - ‘When’ - at the top of each row. Then, follow your teacher’s instructions. Reading A. How often do you go grocery shopping? Who do you go with? Every Thursday, Maha and her family go shopping. They always visit the Red Sea Hypermarket. Usually, Maha has her two brothers and her mother with her. Often, the supermarket has special offers on Thursdays. Maha and her brothers love to taste the different kinds of food that are on display. They begin by picking up dairy products; like milk, cheese and butter. Then they buy a variety of juices. Next, Maha’s mother stops to get fresh fruit and vegetables. She never buys meat from the supermarket. Maha loves to choose things for the house. Her brothers love to drive the trolley through the chocolate and cookie section. They always argue about which type of cornflakes to choose. Usually the trolley gets full and they have to get a second one. Maha never forgets to check her shopping list. She usually manages to buy all the items on the list. She rarely finds the check-out counter empty, as the queue at the cashier is always long. Maha and her brothers help to put everything in the car. They return home tired, but happy. 76
  92. 92. Lesson 2 B. Rewrite the sentences, below replacing the underlined words in the passage with the underlined words in the sentences. 1. Maha and her brothers try eating different kinds of food in the supermarket. 2. They start buying milk, cheese and butter. 3. There’s a long line so she has to wait to pay. 4. Maha’s brothers fight about things to buy. C. Put in the correct adverb of frequency. Always Usually Often Sometimes Never %100 1. The family 2. Maha’s mother 3. Maha 4. Maha’s family needs two trolleys because they have a lot of groceries. goes to the meat section at the Red Sea Hypermarket. checks the shopping list. shops at the same supermarket. 77
  93. 93. Unit 8 Lesson 3 Speaking In groups: Play ‘Find the name’. Follow your teacher’s instructions. Vocabulary Write a verb that is used with each given words. Then, add one word for each verb. 1. homework / 2. holiday / 3. at home / 4. friends / 5. a programme / Listening A. Listen, and circle the names you hear. Then, write them in the chart. Salem - Dawood - Nadir - Jamlah B. Where are they from? What are they doing? Listen, and fill in the chart. Name From? On vacation? Salem 78
  94. 94. Unit 8 Lesson 4 Phonics Short vowels (a , i , o) In groups: A. Cut the set of cards at the back of your book page 89. B. Read the words. Then, sort the cards according to their sound. Some words can be put under more than one column. a e C. Write the words that have completely different sounds. Conversation Complete the conversation. Then, practise with a friend. Noura : Rania : Noura : Rania : Noura : Rania : Noura : Rania : Noura : Rania : Hi, my name is Noura. Hello Noura. I’m Rania. Nice party! Are you enjoying yourself? Are you Huda’s friend? I’m a student. I’m in the eighth grade. Nice meeting you, too. 79 i
  95. 95. Lesson 4 Speaking In pairs: Ask questions to complete the paragraph about the historian “Mohammad Hussein Zaidan”. Student A : Turn to page 90 Student B : Turn to page 91 Writing A. Choose two countries. Name a famous person from each country. On the time line, write the events of his / her life. B. Write a paragraph about one of the people you have chosen. 80
  96. 96. Appendix A Speaking, Reading & Communicative Activities
  97. 97. 82 Vancouver Johannesburg Kartoom Al Quds Karachi Cairo ahead Tunis Casablanca Buenos Aires Brasilia New York London behind Bangkok Beijng Sydney Tokyo
  98. 98. 83 Vancouver Tunis Casablanca Buenos Aires Brasilia New York Johannesburg Kartoom Al Quds Karachi Cairo ahead London Paris behind Bangkok Beijng Sydney Tokyo
  99. 99. Unit 5 Speaking Student A Marco Polo was born in 1254 in Venice, Italy. In 1271, he travelled to Cathay, China, with his father and uncle. They went from Venice to the Kingdom of Georgia. When they reached Hormuz on the Arabian Gulf, they wanted to take a ship to Cathay. They found ships to be unsafe, so they travelled by land. They took three and a half years to finish the 5600 mile- long journey. In 1275, they arrived to the capital of China. The Polos stayed in China for 17 years. Marco Polo became very close to Kublai Khan, the ruler of China. The Polos collected a lot of money and became very rich. They wanted to leave the country before Kublai Khan died. Marco Polo finally arrived back in Venice in 1295. The sea journey took two years and many people died on the ship. A few years later Marco Polo wrote his book, “The Travels of Marco Polo” . He died in 1324 when he was 70 years old. Your partner’s traveller Your traveller name date of birth place of birth date journey started place journey started length of journey miles. duration of journey years. date of death 84
  100. 100. Unit 5 Speaking Student B Ibn Battuta was born in 703 H in Tangier, Morocco. He travelled in 725 H when he was 12 years. His main reason to travel was to go to Hajj, as all good Muslims do. In Makkah, he decided to travel around the world. He travelled 7500 miles in 30 years and visited nearly 44 countries. Ibn Battuta was the first Muslim to visit every country ruled by Muslims at that time. Among the places, he visited Africa, Russia, India and China. He served the Chinese Emperor, the Mongol Emperor and the Islamic Sultan. During his journey, Ibn Battuta faced many dangers and had many adventures. He also performed Hajj seven times. He returned to Morocco in 755 H. He wrote the events of his journey in a book called “The Travels of Ibn Battuta ”. He died in 768 H at the age of 65. Your partner’s traveller Your traveller name date of birth place of birth date journey started place journey started length of journey miles. duration of journey years. date of death 85
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  102. 102. Unit 8 Lesson 1 Rules Sheet 1. Deal out the fre- 2. Look at your cards 3. Put the action cards 4. Player 1 takes the quency cards. down. top action card. Everyday / on Tuesdays / once a week etc. How often do you...? 5. Don’t show it to the 6. Ask the other 7. The player chooses 8. If it’s a good answer, throw away both others . person. a card and replies. matching cards. 9. The next player 10. The player with no takes the top accards is the winner. tion cards. 86 87
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  104. 104. Unit 8 Lesson 1 Lie detectors Action cards smile cry shower do some exercise tell a lie read a book clean the house stay up all night drive too fast ride a horse Go to the park spend too much money Every day Once a year Never Seldom Always Once a week On Monday mornings At weekends Once every five years Twice a week Often Sometimes FREQUENCY CARDS 89 87
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  106. 106. Unit 8 Lesson 3 Find the Name A soldier who likes football. A Filipino nurse. A pilot who lives in Tabouk. An Indian engineer who likes painting. A 21 years-old student who likes reading. A policeman from New-Zealand who likes cooking. An Italian house wife. A 50 years-old doctor. A Japanese fireman who likes karate. A teacher who likes writing stories. 88 91
  107. 107. Unit 8 Lesson 4 stamp straight give park speak kindergarten camp write but garage room cousin mechanic plane until bread sweets success friend bull touch health children memory collected sit hospital road important column 89 92
  108. 108. Unit 8 Lesson 4 Student A Mohammad Hussein Zaidan was born in (1)..... His mother died when he was three years old. He lived in (3) ............ with his father and grandmother who looked after him. Mohammad’s father was a (5) .......... but he wanted to educate his son. Mohammad went to a school called “Al Raqia School” in the morning and in the afternoon he studied (7) .......... at the Holy Mosque. After graduating from school, he became a teacher. In (9) ..........., he got married. He moved to Makkah in 1358. He wrote articles for the newspaper and (11) ............ for the radio. He also wrote books on history and politics. His most popular book “Tamr wa Jamr” was a collection of short articles about social issues. His radio programme “Kilma wa nos” made him a household name. He died in (15) .......... at the age of 87. (1) (3) (5) (7) (9) (11) (13) (15) 90 93
  109. 109. Unit 8 Lesson 4 Student b Mohammad Hussein Zaidan was born in 1325. His (2) ........ died when he was three years old. He lived in Madinah with his (4) ........................ who looked after him. Mohammad’s father was a grocer but he wanted to educate his son. Mohammad went to a school called (6) ............... in the morning and in the afternoon he studied religion at the Holy Mosque. After graduating from school, he became a (8) ........... In 1348, he got married. He moved to (10) .............. in 1358. He wrote articles for the newspaper and programmes for the radio. He also wrote (12) ............ on history and politics. His most popular book “Tamr wa Jamr” was a collection of short articles about social issues. His radio programme “(14) ..........” made him a household name. He died in 1412 at the age of (16) ................. (2) (4) (6) (8) (10) (12) (14) (16) 91 94
  110. 110. Appendix B Vocabulary & Expressions 92
  111. 111. Unit 1 Hobbies Nouns Hobbies cooking drawing sewing bowling listening to the radio playing tennis basketball reading swimming collecting stamps watching TV writing using a computer writing fishing Other nouns abilities (pl.) free time hobbies (pl.) hobby Verbs can / can’t cook draw go swimming like make (a dress) play (tennis) swim use sew Adjectives favouruite Conjunction but Language Use What’s your hobby? What do you like doing in your free time? What can you do? I like .......................... I can .............. Yes, I can. No, I can’t Can you..........? 93
  112. 112. Unit 2 Time Around the world Nouns Verbs airport world flight fly arrive Adverbs Time expressions ahead behind five ( past / to ) ten ( past / to ) twenty ( past / to ) local time Language Use How many hours is ........ ahead / behind? It’s .................... Unit 3 Weekends Verbs Nouns Activities horse back riding walking sailing visiting family collecting shells going for picnics other nouns activity weekend beach drive to fix have ( a good time ) stay ( at my aunt’s house, in bed, in a hotel ) take ( a walk ) Irregular past did went drove saw had drank brought ate made flew met Adverbs last ( night / week / month / year ) Language Use Did you have a good weekend? Did you have fun? What did you do last ......? Yes, I did. We had a lot of fun. I ............... 94
  113. 113. Unit 5 People Nouns Verbs college prophet found sheperd poet scientist artist cook pilot Adjectives honest truthful famous be born die get married graduate start college invent Adverbs Times A.D. Ago Hijra Language Use Who( is / was ) ...............? ( Where / when ) was ............... born? When did .............. die? ( He / she) is / was ............... ( He / she) was born in ............... . ( He / she) died in ............... Unit 6 Greetings Nouns Nouns hand shake hug parts of the body cheek chin palm back other nouns gestures customs tip Verbs Language Use Verbs bow greet kiss meet pat press Introducting someone This is ...... / these are ........ Hi, ........... Nice to meet you. Exchanging personal information What’s your name? I’m ........... / My name is .......... Where are you from? I’m from .............. Are you .............. ? No, I’m not. / Yes, I am. 95
  114. 114. Unit 7 Daily Life Nouns Jobs Announcer Journalist Secretary Waiter Verbs Control (trafic) eat out look after serve in a restaurant type Other nouns Daily routine Schedule activity Language Use Talking about routines How often do you ........? ( Once / twice ) a week / month. When do you .......... ? I ( usually / sometimes ) .......... ( At / around ) ......... In the morning. Where do you ........... ? At .......... Do they ........... ? Yes, they do. / No, they don’t. Talking about work and school What do you do? I am a ......... Where do you work? I work ( at / in / for ) ........ Which school do you go to? I go to ........... 96 Adjectives rarely seldom
  115. 115. Vocabulary and Expressions / First Grade Nouns a pair of apartment apple April Arabic arm arm chair art August autumn back backache bag Baghdad baker’s banana bank barber shop basketball bathroom beard bed bed cover bedroom beef belt blouse book case book store bowling boy bread breakfast Britain chart cheese chicken children closet coffee cold college colour computer brother butcher’s butter cafe cafeteria Cairo cake capital city carnation carrots cassette centimetres chair cool cough cough medicine country curtain customer daughter December desk dessert dining room dining table dinner dish doctor dress dress shop dresser drycleaner ear earache east elevators engineer English eraser escalators eyes face fan farmer father February fever flag flour flower shop flu food fork France freezer French Friday friend furniture store garage garden geography girl grandfather grandmother grocer’s grocery hair 97 hand handbag head headache pain killer headscarf history hot house humid husband India ingredients ink Italian Italy jacket January Japan Japanese juice July June key kitchen knee knife lamp language library living room leg London lunch Makkah Mall Manama mango March math
  116. 116. Nouns May metre / kilo milk mirror Monday money mosque mother moustache mouth neck /shoulder nest New Delhi nightstand north nose November nurse occupation October office oil one hundred onions orange Palestine parent Paris pear pencil pharmacy pillow plants plate playground policeman potatoes principal pyjamas queue rainy refrigerator region religion rest room stationery restaurants rice ring Riyadh Rome room roses rug ruler salad sandals Saturday Saudi Arabia school science scientist September shepherd shirt shoes shop/ store shopping centre shower single/ king-size bed sister size skirt snowy sock socks sofa soldier son sore throat south spoon spring stomach stomachache stove student suitcase summer Sunday sunglasses sunny table tea teacher television Thursday toes tomatoes tooth - teeth toothache trousers Tuesday Turkey Twenty one to umbrella uncle uniform van vase vice principal visiting family waiter warm Washington D C watch water weather Wednesday west where wife window windy winter x-ray yellow zebra Pronouns he hers his I it mine ours she that theirs these they this we 98 whose you yours
  117. 117. Verbs are arrange ate brought build buy circle clean close come cost did die don’t drank drove eat enjoy exercise flew fly get clothes get up go go ( to school / bed ) go out had have ( breakfast / lunch dinner) help introduce is listen listen to look look at made make ( a dress ) met need open pick up pray put put down reach reach school sleep read repeat saw sit sit down sleep stand up stay (at my aunt’s house , in bed, in a hotel) stay ( in bed ) study swim teach test turn wake up walk wash watch went work work on the computer write Adjectives —’d better any bad beautiful better big black blue British brown cheap comfortable curly dark eighteenth eighth eleventh expensive fair fat fifteenth fifth first four five fourteenth fourth French friendly good good looking green grey healthy her his how old ill Italian its large long lost medium medium height (n) Miss Mr. Mrs. my new nice nineteenth ninth old one orange our over weight pink Red Saudi second see page...(v) 99 seven seventeenth seventh short six sixteenth sixth size small some straight tall ten tenth their thin third thirteenth three tidy twelfth twentieth two weight (n) what What’s the matter? white who yellow young
  118. 118. Adverbs of place Adverbs always at the back of downstairs here never Adverbs of place five ( past / to) ten ( past / to ) twenty ( past / to ) local time at the back of on the .... floor often on the .... floor sometimes there upstairs usually Phrases of quantity Articles a cup of ..... a piece of ...... a bottle of ...... a pot of ...... a glass of ...... a an the Language Use Can you .... .... ....? Did you have a good weekend? Did you have fun? Do you like ... ... ? Do you need ... ... ? Fine, thank you. Good afternoon. Good morning. Hello, Hi, How are you? How do you spend your day? How much does it cost? It costs ... ... riyals. What do you need? What do you usually have ? What is the time ? What language do you speak? What nationality are you? What’s the date today? What’s the weather like? What’s your hobby? What’s your name? What’s your nationality? When do you ... ...? Where are you from? My name is ----Nice to meet you 100 Prepositions behind between in in front of near next to on opposite under
  119. 119. Appendix C Irregular Verbs & Spelling Rules 101
  120. 120. Irregular Verbs Present (be) am/is/are buy come cut drive fall feel get give grow hear keep lose put quit Past was / were bought came cut drove fell felt got gave grew heard kept lost put quit Participle been bought come cut driven fallen felt got given grown heard kept lost put quit Present read ride run sell set sit sleep speak spend take teach tell think wear write Past read rode ran sold set sat slept spoke spent took taught told thought wore wrote Pronunciation of Regular past forms with /d/ studied stayed with /t/ worked watched with /id/ invited visited 102 Participle read ridden run sold set sat slept spoken spent taken taught told thought worn written
  121. 121. Spelling rules A Plural nouns 1. Most words just add-s 1 pen 1 apple 1 room 2. Words with -s, -ch, -sh, andx add es. 1 box 1 bus 1 sandwich 1 crash 3. words with-o add -es. 1 potato 1 tomato 4. Words with -y change to -ies. 1 family 1 library 1 story 5. Words with -f change to -ves. 1 knife 1 wife 1 wolf 6. These words have no -s. 1 child 1 man 1 foot B Comparatives 1. Most words just add -er and -est 2 pens 6 apples 10 rooms long cold fast longer than colder than faster than the longest the coldest the fastest 2. Most words with silent -e add -r and -st 2 boxes 3 buses 10 sandwiches 4 crashes 20 potatoes 10 tomatoes 2 families 8 libraries 9 stories 6 knives 2 wives 5 wolves 2 children 10 men 20 feet 103 wide late white wider than later than whiter than the widest the latest the whitest 3. Some words double the last letter. big fat hot sad bigger than fatter than hotter than sadder than the biggest the fattest the hottest the saddest 4. Words with -y change to -ier and -iest. happy noisy thirsty windy happier than noisier than thirstier than windier than the happiest the noisiest the thirstiest the windiest
  122. 122. C Verbs adding -s adding -ed adding -ing 1. Most words just add - 1. Most words just add -ed 1. Most words just add -ing eat arrive clean repeat laugh drink eats arrives cleaned repeated laughing drinking 2. Word with -y change to -ies. 2. Word with Silent -e add -d 2. Word with Silent -e take off the e and add -ing fly study worry smile revise use take score change flies studies worries smiled revised used taking scoring changing 3. Words with -ch, -ss, -o and -sh add -es. 3. Words with -y, change to -ied. 3. Some words double the last letter teach cross go finish carry study worry sit swim stop teaches crossess goes finishes carried studied worried sitting swimming stopping 4. Some words double the last letter stop travel D Adjectives stopped travelled Adverbs 1. Most words just add -ly. quick safe slow 2. Words with -y take off the -y and add -ily. quickly safely slowly happy heavy hungry thirsty 104 happily heavily hungrily thirstily
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  127. 127. Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Ministry of Education Educational Development Say It In English Second Year Intermediate Pupil’s Book Term 1 All rights reserved No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without permission of the Ministry of Education 2007G - 2008G Edition 1428 H - 1429 H 109