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Student’s Book ene ae ois Contents ony out natn alana Thedasom6 + Dapsolte wet? + Slt? Tne -famiy 0 Pasa aes 2 ayes 22 Festi cites 26 Unit 3 Live and learn 33 | sion Ss 36 1 Warm veo Mile Shoot | + Adrenweeuipnen Project 1 44 | Writing project: This is my life! rg s8 wees el it Unit 6 Fil] «foun Street life = Hemet + Worm vier A Feed trucks Project 2 82 | Group project: This is where we live = tes6 sIopesanet Lands las aceite 00 E Unit 9 109 | «csc setaag 10 Looking forward +e 12 4 Waunvup vido: Technology Project 3 120 | Speaking project: My time c enn 2s Pnuneaen pac 133 hegre Comey Stjepan ed Poses = Prpestinsa ce 6 Poses $5 shoe? *Inpeaves Preset spb 1 testi e+e, senda 13 Present spear aerate 23 + bjtponos 3 + Present spl ques an shar ase 25, i uestons25 vs fqn 38 Me ogee 37 | ER unit 1 (Review wopaers Listening 15) Listen to a description of a perfect house. Complete the advertisement, in your notebook. My perfect house On the first floor, there are (1) rooms. There's a ve big 2! with a (3) in the middle. The other rooms on this floorare the (4) and the §) .On the secon floor, there are '6) bedrooms. Each bedroom has aprivate (7) and also a ®) outside. n the garden, there isa ®) and a 10) Theresa 1) to the top the house, where there is a 12) with fantastic vie Writing Write five sentences about your perfect house. Wh: is it? What rooms are there? What's in the home or garden? My perfect house is near the sea. It's white and there are b windows .. Speaking Ask and answer the questions in exercise 4. Whose Perfect house is similar to yours? What is similar or different? My perfect house isin the city... Complete all activities in your notebook. 4 a EVery Gay, every ye In this unit, we \ ¢ describe the things we do regularly ¢ talk about free time activities and make invitations @ write a personal profile Look at photos 1-12. What are these objects? What do you do with these objects? How often do you use them? Every day? Once a week? Never? | Ties ib Watch the video, | : aN —, i) Video: A day in the life of an American (3) \ o. ~ ‘ B) Vocabulary and Reading [) Vocabulary presentation [i] Vocabulary practice Which of these activities do you do every day or every week? Write them in your notebook. brush yourhair clean yourroom eat fruit feedan animal get changed getup early goforawalk gohome haveabath havea shower make breakfast make the bed wash your hands | brush my hair every day. 16 Read and listen to the text. Which activities in exercise 1 do Cs Elephant centres around the world help elephants in danger . Caitin works as a Volunteer at a centre in Kenya. Every day she gets up early and starts work at 7.00 aim. First, she makes breakfast for the elephants and she feeds them, ‘An adult African elephant weighs about 4,000 kg, They're very big, so they eat about 180 kg of fruit and grass every day,’ Caitin says. ‘They make a lot of noise when they see the fruit.’ Tecan sleep. Caitin cleans the elephants’ sleeping area, but she doesn’t make their beds! Then she gets changed and washes the elephants in the lake . ‘Elephants love water so they love showers, They use their long trunk as a snorkel In the afternoon, visitors come to see the elephants. They brush the elephants and go for a walk with them. ‘6.30 p.m., Caitlin has a shower and goes home. "Working with elephants is hard work, and | don't {get/pald, but | don't want to do a different job. | love it” She makes breakfast for the elephants in and the elephants do every day? An elephant doesn't ‘always lie down to sleep. Things we do equa, ) Reading preparation Read the text again. Complete sentences 1-5, in you notebook 1 Caitin gets up eaiy because 2 Elephants eat alot because ( 3. The elephants love to have a shower because (..) 4 People come tothe elephant rescue cent because 5 Caitlin doesn't want to do a different job because ( ] Reading extension standing up. “4 Inyour notebook, complete the sentences with the ighlighted words in the text. 1 The elephants have a shower in the (...) B Alt of animals ae (..~thinos tigers and pondas, lr 3 Ion work ox money. Ima.) =| work because love my job! nto havea good job one day and... alotof money 5 Tretialicin the city makesa lot of.) [i vocabulary practice Grammar Present simple {iJ Grammar animation 5 Inyournotebook, copy and complete the table with the correct form of the verb. You eat le/She /it | fruit. [We/They | 2 L \/You | don't eat He/She sit |) We/ They [i] Grammar practice 6 Inyour notebook, complete the sentences with the present simple form of the verbs in the brackets. phants(. The elephants love Cait, f(...) the elephants. (feed ) Caitlin. (love) 1 The rescue cer 2 Monkeys (..) fruit every day, (eat) 3. The visitors (...) breakfast for the tigers. (not make) 4 Mis Wil (...) me and Josie with our homework, thelp) 5 Jack...) his hands before lunch, (wash) 6 ) Lidia. (not like) 7 We...) with Mark, He's a volunteer. (wor 8 My cousin (...] our family very often. (not visit) Se Fe ef tanguone summary Sp) Grammar vefronce pe SS ae = “ie Grammar Object pronouns 7 Write the sentences in exercise 6 using an object pronoun from the table to replace the words in bold. Subject pronouns Object pronouns I me you you he him she her it it you you they them The elephants love Caitlin, The elephants love her. 8 Complete the text in your notebook. Use the correct form of the verbs in the present simple and the object pronouns. getup goforawalk him notgohome teach them feed fini it not get Do you want to learn more about animals in danger? ‘Come and visit the wolf centre. You can {!) the animals - they eat a lot - and you can also (2) with them in the woods. Simon works at the centre. He @) people about wolves. He is a volunteer — he (4) paid for his job. Simon loves animals and they love ($). Every Saturday, he 6 early to start work. He) at about five o'clock in the afternoon. Simon and the other volunteers {8) until all, the visitors leave. Night visits are very special -a lot of people do {?) . The wolves make a lot of noise at night! The wolf centre is a great place to visit - people love (19) Language in action 9 Write two true sentences and one false sentence about yourself. 1 getup at 6 a. 2 Lwatch TV every day. 3 I wash my hair everyday. ‘10 Read your sentences. Who can guess the false one? A [think contence three ie fase. You don't wash your hair every day. B You're wrong! Sentence two is fae. I don't watch TV every day. ; . Asking about Sree ) Do you listen to music? “yind getwities ey ) Vocabulary and Listening . | (i) Vocabulary presentation . Vocabulary practice Answer the questionnaire about you. What/activities do you/do injyour, free. time? ; chat online hang out with friends do free running nto music goorienteering play an instrument 4g0 shopping play computer games goto the beach sing in a choi goto the cinema ae watch TV Listening preparation 19 Listen to Joe and answer the questions. s Joe do his activity 1 Where dos | 117 Listen to an interview ; | about free time activities. 2. What does the ini < | Which activities do Amy, Joe 3 Why does Joe like i? and Hannah do in their free time? 4 What does Joe think of Hannah’s activity? Which of the free time activities in exercise 1 do you want to do? Use the adjectives to say why or why not 1 118 Listen to Amy. Are the sentences true or false? Correct the false ones, in your notebook. Amy does het acthity boring dangerous exciting fun interesting scary {want todo free running. tt sounds fun! ane eeereea {don't want to do orienteering. it sounds boring. i) Vocabulary practice Grammar Present simple: questions 9 Complete the text in your notebook. {1 Grammar animation Use the correct form of the present simple questions and free time 6 inyour notebook, copy and complete the activities. table with do, don't, does, and doesn’t. Jeans: (sana you a) mppan fee imal Questions ie Betty 2) to music. also play an 8) —two m I/you/we/they | do free running? in fact ~ the piano and the guitar. r he/ saad Music is my life! (4you play the guitan? [Short answers i 2 Jamie No, Idortt My sister sings in Yes, ao @) Betty (6where she sing)? _ L youswe/they —"%) Jamie At school. | usually (7) out with friend: 2 he/she/it listen to music? als) 6) in my free time. We (8} computer games and listen to mu Betty (how often see them)? {iJ Grammar practice Jamie Every day! We go to school together and 1) online at the weekend. Yes he/she /it © 7 Askand answer questions about the activities. Which students do the same activities as you? 10 120 DICTATION Listen and write the ‘A Doyou chat online? four questions you hear. Then ask and B Yes, Ido. / No, | don't. answer them. 8 inyour notebook, write the interview questions S camtonmianitioetintececcem -nguege in action Nocatear Wink When Whee Who Wy 11 Think ofa free time activity ~ don't tell anyone. Ask and answer questions about it. Guess what itis! When do you do it? At the weekend. Where do you doit? Today, journalist Stevie Taylor talks to Hannah. At the sports centre. Hannah sings in a rock choir, ‘Who do you do it with? ae. sabe : aunties. Stevie Hannah, 1) you / practise? impacts Hannah Mmm, we practise on Saturday afternoons. No, | don't. That's wrong. Stevie (2! you/ meet? Hannah In the town hall Ste {2 you / go with? Hannah With my friends. stevie {4) you/ do in the rock choir? Hannah We learn songs and we dance, too. We do shows. love doing them. Stevie {9 you/love them? Hannah Because everyone comes to watch us. Stevie {6 you/do them? Hannah Every year. Stevie | thinkit sounds great! Thank you, Hannah. (i) grammar practice 1 When do you practise? Tanguage summary sbpages! | Grammar refer @ Around the world Washington Hong Kong Reading and Vocabulary or events do they show? 2 12) Read and listen to the texts. | ' Match texts A-D to the seasons. | | ea A In Washington D.C., USA, there are 3,000 Japanese chery tes In blossom) open on the trees. This is the start of the National Chery Bosom Festal Pel have picnics under the trees. There is a procession of floats - vehicles on the road with decorations allover them. I usually go with my family and pril, pink flowers summer autumn winter spring we wear traditional Japanese costumes | j a ee B In my country, India, the Onam or al abt i 1 Where do people eat at the Cherry Festival? Kerala exebrates the harvest of food in | 2 What does the Onam Festival celebrate? 4s Sepember or boat ten. da thet 8 | 3k isthe Dragon Boat Carnival? Ne and dancing, a Pa towers everywhere! Peopl j 4 How do people celebrate Hogmanay in the elephants, boats 3 en different kinds of ta big meal with thirtee | big cit eres e event is the ‘Pulikali’ or | 5 ‘ eae food! My favourite events the PUN E eee Dance of the tigers: People wearing 'Ber | sae tne mes and masks dance through the ree 4 Look at the highlighted words in the text. | Which ...7 | 1 are special clothes people wear fora fest | 2. make lotof noise with | oloured ligh | 3 ate attractive ornaments used on special | occasion 4 isthe time of year we collect fruit and othe produce orn the around and trees 5 ate games in which people ty to win Unit 2 Complete all activities in your notebook. € Every year in August, thousands of people from allover the world come to Discovery Bay in Hong Kong to see the Dragon Boat carnival. It a 000 years old. There are very old festival ‘competitions for the best boats. I go every year to look at them and to enjoy the special food. Year, we celebrate Hogmanay’ ies with live music and holds hands and , In big cities cotland, at New there are all-night part nein, At midnight, everyone Gingsa traditional New Year son igh there are fantastic D Insc sings a tradit :dinbur ny Match these popular festivals to descriptions 1-4. Carnival Christmas Halloween New Year's Eve In some count 1 children get presents from Santa Clau 2. people wear amazing costumes and dance through the streets, 3. people dress up as witches and ghos 4 people eat twelve grapes at midnight 12 Listen and check your answers. Language in action i] Writing preparation Write a paragraph about a festival in your region. Include information about: «the festival's name ‘© what itcelebrates # when and where itis # what people do, eat and wear at the festival what event you like (7) Culture video: World Festivals FET ccography | Look at the map on page 26. In which climate zones (polar, temperate or tropical) are the places A-D? ‘A Washington D.C, USA B Kerala, India € Hong, Kong, China D Scotland, UK Pd eGo @) Practical English Speaking and Listening 1 Look at the timetables and answer the questions. 1. What does Helen do on Mondays? 2. What does Dylan do on Fridays? 3. When does Dylan go swimming? 4 Does Dylan have any clubs on Saturdays? 5. Where do they go to drama club? 2 How do you say these sentences in your language? verbs play, go, do [play football. She goes swimming, We do karate Vocabulary practice e © Sc * Mondoy C= Cx nn CHEM eenvnzsm Arranging to meet 3 123 Listen to Helen and Dylan and answer the questions. 1. Why do they want to meet? 2 When do they agree to meet? 4 121 Helen speaks to another friend, Naia. Listen and complete the information in your notebook. 1 Naia (...) on Saturday afternoons. 2. She finishes at (..) 3 (...)plays football on Fridays. 4. Dylan and Helen have (...} on Thursdays. 5 Helen and Naia are fiee on (...) 5 WORK IT OUT! Look at Dylan's timetable. Can he meet on the day Naia suggests? © Tuesday uesday ming 4.30 Poth. Thursday School drama club ~ 3.30 pm. (saturday eel Karate 10 a.m. LS Say the words. Listen, check and repeat. i wy Words beginning with /hi Helen have hobby how hello who happy Change the words in italic and practise the dialogue. ‘A HiMary, How are you? B Iimfine, than ‘A Are you free an Friday? There’ a firework show in the B Sorry, im busy. | go t0 youth club on Friday: ‘A Do you want to goto the cinema on Satu B igo 1a club on Saturday afterno A How about Sunday? B Yes, that's fine A Let's meet at 5.00 pr Language in action Make your own timetable of clubs and activities you do regularly in the week. Ask and answer questions with a partner about what you do. Find a day when you are both free, Functional language Arranging to meet What do you do on Fridays? | play the piano on Fridays. What time does it start / finish? Do you want to...? ‘Are you free on Wednesdays? How about Saturday? When can we meet? Yes, that's fine. That's good for me. Sorry, I'm busy. Now watch episode 2 of the video. e-friendsforum) DEN RCne aee ea aOR a es CRE aud Simon from Brighton ‘A. Hellol My name's Simon and I'm from Brighton, a city inthe south of England. 'm fourteen years old and my birthday is in July. I study Spanish at school and | would like an e-friend to help me practise Spanish. B I get up early every day and go for a walk with my. dog. After school, | go home and | usually do my homework. Then I go to the park with my dog, The park is opposite my house. I go to bed at nine otclock € love sports| play basketball with my American ' friends every Saturday. | also like computer games. Model text 4 Correct the sentences, in your notebook. 1 Him julieta and Im from seville. 'm spanish, 2 my birthday is next Tuesday, on 24% january. [i Language practice |] Read Simon's profile and look at the pictures. Which person does the profile describe? Writing task (i) writing preparation 5 Write a personal profile, in your notebook. 1 daily routines 2. personal details \ { | | 2 Match topics 1-3 to paragraphs A-C. | 3 hobbies Paragraph 1: Write two or three personal details (age, family, city, country). Say why you want an e-friend, Um ... live in... Lwould like an e-friend ... Look at language Capital letters | 3 Read the rule and find examples from the profile. | We always use capital leters at the beginning of these types of words people's names place names days and months countries, nationalities and languages the frst letter of each sentence the pronoun't 7 Complete all activities in your notebook. Unit 2 Paragraph 2: Write two or three sentences about your daily routines. I get upat ... go Paragraph 3: Write two or three sentences about free time activities, hobbies and interests. Hike ... ove (i) Writing extension Language summary (i) Unit 2¢ame f™) voc ape Grammar Daily routines Present simple brush your hair, clean your room, eat fruit, ANTE feed an animal, get changed, get up early, i 7Youl Wo / Thal late go for a walk, go home, have a bath, go for a walk. have a shower, make breakfast, make the bed, have a shower. wash your hands. He/She /It | gets up early. oat fora wah, “hasa shower, ree time activities chat online, do free running, go orienteering, go shopping, go to the beach, {go to the cinema, hang out with friends, play an instrument, Negative 1/You/We/They | dont getup early. go fora walk have a shower. He /She/It doesn't get up eatly go fora walk. | havea shower, play computer games, sing in a choit, watch TV ©@ Extra vocabulary in danger (n), get paid (v), lake (n), noise (n), volunteer (n) ©... (adj), dangerous (adj), exciting (adj), fun (ad), interesting (ad), scary (ad)) ©) I/you/we/ they | dofree running? t he/she /it ten to music? autumn (n), blossoms (n), boat (n), T competitions (n}, costumes (n), fireworks (n), ae harvest (n, spring (a), suramer(n), winter (n) No ‘ don't Learn Yes, does. first, second, third, fourth Negi cag doesn't. Question words How often What When Where Who Why een D sing arrangements What do you do on Fridays? How about Saturday? What time does it start /finish?. When can we meet? I play the piano on Fridays. Yes, that's fine. Do you wantto...? That's good for me. 5 \re you 2 f Functional language ‘Are you free on Wednesdays? Sorry, 'm busy. “Grammarand vocabulary reference WBpayess Unit 2 Review Reading | Read and complete the text, in your notebook. Where do you think Josh works? a atthez00 b ataschool —_¢ atamarine centié dean feed getchanged it make notbe noteat notget paid them — wash {HEHEHE Josh is outside all day ~ in hot and cold weather. He starts work at 6.00 am. He into old clothes before he @2 the sleeping areas. Then he @) his hands and @) breakfast for all the different animals. He (2) the penguins first, then the gorillas. A penguin eats | ‘about 15-20 fish every day! They love (®) . Gorillas fish, but they love fruit. Schools visit almost every | day, Josh teaches students interesting things about | animals.'It's hard work, and | (8) a lot. But love animals, so it 9) boring .! love 19) he says. | | 2 Correct sentences 1-6. Josh doesn't get up early. All the animals eat the same food, favourite food is A goril school 1 here for trips once a week, Josh isa volunteer Josh doesnt like his job. 1 2 3 4 only corr 5 6 Z Unit 2 fre ow WBpuGe 22 Listening 3 125 Listen to a conversation, Write what Lis every day. does Monday: goes shopping for an old lady Speaking 4 Ask and answer questions. Find things your partner does.and doesn't do and why. Use the words and phrases below. hat clean getup go hang out have play sing watch “aninstrumentor sport early fruit for breakfast inachoir w online with your friends orienteering or fee running your room with friends every day on Mondays every week atthe weekend — inthe morning ‘A Doyou chat online with your friends at the weekend? B Yes, Ido. It's fun. / No, | don't, because | don't have a computer. wi 5 Write four sentences about the things your partner does and doesn't do. Sara plays football, because it's fun. She doesn't watch TVin the morning = its boring! liveangsearn) In this unit, we ‘¢ describe schoo! life and free time activities ¢ make suggestions and give our opinions @ write a video script 1 Look at the word picture. Which words do you know / not know? Make sentences using some of the words. 3 Which is your favourite word? Why? 4 Watch the video. (i) Video: milifield School @ l usually hang out in the playground Jenny Gray (2 year athletics) Hil Tove the Schoo of Sport. My favourite thing about the schools winning competitions Heres of typical day Brel goes at 200 am. Gn Twesdaymorsings.tm BE ahesjetytnechanghgivoms becaume we narcith Se run on the playing fields, or we sometimes do fitness [EE teiningin the sports hal = At11.00 am. we have a [BRBBK. | usually hang out EE inthe playground with my friends. Then we have . lessons with the other students for the rest of the day. | like doing science in the science labs, but | like Vocabulary and Reading Vocabulary presentation (i) Vocabulary practice 1 Which of these places and people have you got at your school? Write sentences in your notebook. canteen changing room coach _hall_head teacher ICTsuite library playground — playing fields sciencelab sports all staffroom Inmy school, there’s a hall. There aren't any playing fields. We've got a canteen. 2 121 Read and listen to the blog. Which people and places from exercise 1 aren't mentioned? Y ‘Alex McFall (3" year swimming) 'm Alex and I think the School of Sport is cool and. the coaches are fantastic! Sports students do nine hours of sport per week. My main sport is swimming. We often miss lessons like ICT* and science, but | don't mind, because | love swimming, We have [registration every day from 8.50 am.to 9.00 a.m. when the teacher checks who is at school, so that’s when I see all my friends. Then | sometimes go to the pool for training. At 12.50 p.m. we have lunch. never eat in the canteen | bring food from home. | eat loads! My ambition is to swim in the Olympics, Wish me lick! *ICT = Information and Communication Technology i 3 Read the blog again. Are the sentences true or false? Correct the false ones, in your notebook. All the students are sports students, Falee. 132 of the 900 students are sports students. 1 On Mondays, Jenny starts her day with two hours athletics 2. At break, Jenny usually sees her friends In the sports hall 3. All sports students at the school do nine hours of spor every week 4 Students have registration once a week 5. Alex sometimes eats in the canteen. He never brings a packed lunch 4 Look at the highlighted words in the text. Choose the correct definition, something you want very muck the school day 4 the time when a teacher checks that students are presen 5 the sound you hear at the start and end of each lesson [i] Vocabulary practice Grammar Adverbs of frequency Bf] eranvnar animation 5 Copy and complete the diagrams. [always never often sometimes usually Tavs 2 6 Find the adverbs of frequency in the text. Choose the correct option to complete the rules. 1 Adverbs of frequency come before /after the verb be. 2 Adverbs of frequency come before / after other verbs. Bt) ocamuar practice Language summary jaye | Grammarreference Wipes? = Unit 3 7 Put the words in order to make sentences. in the playground / hang out / usually /1 {usually hang out inthe playground. 1 in the hall /in the canteer never / have registration / we the teachers / have lunch / always do sports / often / the students / on the playing fields are / we / late for schaol / som in the staffroom /7s/ the heac Write true sentences about you and your school. ‘always hang out in the playground at break. 9 Complete the text in your notebook. Use always, usually, sometimes, never and school words. My school 2) starts at 8.45 a.m. every day of the week. When the (2) rings, we all go to our classrooms for ‘3) . The teacher ‘checks which students are at school that day. At 9.00 a.m. we go to the (4) for our biology lesson. it's opposite the (8), where teachers have a break or ‘work in their free lessons, Students (©) go in there — it's only for teachers. ‘We've got two 7) - at 10.30 a.m. and at 2.30 p.m. |) hang outin the playground, but ifits raining, we (2) go to the sports hall. Once a week, at lunchtime, the (19) helps tus with extra football practice, Language in action (i) Speaking preparation 10 Ask and answer questions using adverbs of frequency. | Do you usualy /sometimes / often / always... 2 hang outin the playground at break do port inthe sports hal talkto the headteacher eatin the canteen doalotof sport | do your homewaorkin the ICT suite A Do you usually hang out in the playground at break? B I never hang out in the playground. | always goto the (eT suite. Talking about ® I'm crazy about sport iyec and disikes Vocabulary and Listening 3 Copy and complete the table in your notebook. | 1) Vocabulary presentation | @ ry PI hates likes loves (i) Vocabulary practice Match the sports with the equipment. Say which is crazy about canttstand | photos you can see them in. @ 3) 2 é esr | basketball hockey iceskating judo s consis running scuba diving swimming tennis doesn’t mind | © 128 Listen again and complete the sentences, in belt goggles hoop racket skates stick trainers wetsuit your notebook. Megan isn't erazy about sports Judo ~bett om goes running. He loves it. Megan (..) (1) Ustening preparation Sf. jer 2 128 Listen to a conversation. Which sports and equipment do Tom and Megan mention? 5 She(...) ice skatin: 5 129) It's six months later. Listen to Megan talking about her new sport. Which photo is Megan? Grammar like + ing / noun [i] Grammar animation 6 Study the tables. ike + -ing Do you like watching sport? | love it. He/She doesn't mind it, Does he / she like studying science? like + noun Icanttstand it, He / She likes them. Do you like judo? Does he / she like ball | games? {iJ Grammar practice 7 Write questions. Then answer them. Megan /like / running? Does Megan like running? No, che doesn't. She hates it. Megan / lke / scuba diving? 2. Megan /like / team sports? 3 you and your friend / like / hockey? 4 you/ lke /sports? 5 your mum and dad / lke / tennis? Tanguage summary sipagee! | Grammar reference WS pie 8 Complete the text, in your notebook. Use the correct verbs and sports words. James 1) crazy about sport. Everyone brings books to school, but James brings a hockey ! and a tennis (3) with him! Every day after school, he plays basketball, He also loves doing judo, and he's very {good at it too — he's got a brown (4) in the summer, he goes swimming in the sea. The water is really cold, but he {3) mind it - he wears goggles and a (6) . He goes ice (7) every weekend and he's got his own (8) . James doesn't like (2! TV and he doesn't usually play computer games. His dream is to be a sports coach one day. 9 130 Listen and repeat the words. Words with -ing diving running skating something swimming Language in action 10 Choose six topics. Ask and answer ques after-school dubs getting up early ice ska maths playing team sports running | swimminginthe sea trainers _ watching football on V Do you like running? No, | don't. can’t stand it. Unit 3 Around the world Reading and Vocabulary 1131) Read and listen to the text. Choose the correct sentence to describe the text. text talks about things that are the sz in schools around the wor (i) Reading extension 3 Inyour notebook, complete the text with the 1 I(...) my bike to school. Denmark’, children wear 2 Jina hotel every year on holiday. their own clothes. 3. My dac’sa policeman. He'...)auniform every day. © In'Thailand”, students ol 4 Let's (...) at the sports centre at 10.00 a.m. don’t wear shoes in the 5 She often (...) the whole morning at the library. classrooms. i] Vocabulary practice = 2 The text describes interesting things about | schools in deren count 3. The text talks about what student learn in | schools in other countries | 2 Read the text again. Answer the questions. | 1 When isthe weekend’ for children | in Jordan? | 2 What do children wear to school in the UK? 3. How much do parents in the‘ walking busin alia get paid? do children in Japan do before and ater school? 5. Why dont some chidren in Austalia go to schoo? correct form of the highlighted words in the text. Facts and Figures about schools A When do children s © Inthe UK’, children usually start school when they are five years old. tart scl * In Sweden’, they usually s they are seven years old. ns @ world of differences ‘What do children wear at school? © In many countries, such as Brazil, China’, Japan’ Mexico” and the UK, : students wear a uniform to school. In others, such as Russia’ and ~~ 2 How do children tr ‘avel to schoo * In Argentina”, some children [ide horses to school, ret * Many schools in Australia” bus’: volunteers (us lunteers (usually parents) wal to.and from school each fine i Children jiie6t them along the way use a ‘walking Which days do children go to school? * InJordan™, children go to school from Sundays to Thursdays. They don't go to school on Fridays and Saturdays. * In Argentina, children don't |spefid) the whole day at school: they go in the morning or in the afternoon, 132, DICTATION Listen and write the four sentences you hear. Which country is it? a theUK b Sweden ¢ Japan Write true sentences about your school. Language in action 6 Write a fact file about schools in your region or country. Include information about: What's interesting about the classrooms? © In Japan, students |stay’ in the same classroom. It's the teachers who change classrooms for different Jessons. Japanese children also clean their classrooms before and after school. dlothes dubs sports subjects the school day /week travel to school ( cutture video: Schools in the UL and the USA Do all children go to scho sti Match services 1-3 to their uses A-C; n some remote parts of Australia, children can't go to school. They don't live near a es Spt ers school. They have their lessons at home on 2. blog publishing B to find information and. fhe internet service images on the internet . plone 50,000 children in the UK don’t go 3 search engine € to send and receive messages toschool. They are ‘home educated’ ~ their acrossthe internet, parents or a tutor teach them at home Making suggestions | Me ae ema Ec) eee. i Cora hes al instru Q School clubs -join today! Prrzgr artial Arts Club Shree) Mi CLUB ¥ Do you like computers? Do you want to create your own mobile phone app? f club on Tuesday afternoons. Come and learn Bring your phone! taekwondo in the sports hall Monday lunchtime. fun! How about learning . Q TREET DANCE at our after-school club? Every Wednesday lunchtime in the sports hall Do you always wear the same clothes every day! ‘Make them cool again. DESIGN CLL ‘Thursdays after scho (7 Ustening preparation 2 133 Listen to George and Ros. Are the stateme true or false? Correct the false ones. — 16 Listening and Speaking : : : ee 10s doesnt ike fashion, Look at the schoo! noticeboard and answer the 4 George doesnt want to be in a band questions, 5 Ros has got guitar and drums 1 How many sports clubs are there 13 Listen again. Complete the suggestions Re ! 2. What can you do at technology club and George make. 3 Which type of martial art can you learn? How about ... ? 4 Which clubs can 5 Which club doesn't me 1 2. Why don't we 3 Shall we 4 4 WORKIT OUT! Which club is the best for each ofthese people? Make suggestions. (eh and tke jad. is there asia sport? 2. fm Philippa and | want to do something active. rm busy on Mondays and Fridays. B)My name’ Jed. m not spory. ike programming computers and playing computer games. language in action Bil epesking preparation 5 Lookat the activities. With a partner, make and respond tosuggestions and decide Which activity to do. A Make a suggestion B Say no and give your uggestion B Say yes and give your opinion. A Suggest a place to meet. B Agree. Functional language Making suggestions How about playing ice hockey? Let's do street dance. Shall we do fashion design? Why don't we go to the music club? Giving opinions That's a good / bad idea. That sounds interesting / boring / dangerous. tim not sure. No, thanks! | don't want to do that. 10 cool things to do this w waa Y My name' Ela. | play the violin. love music. How about joining the music club? It's on Monday afternoons. 4 My friend Scott and | play the guitar. We want to play with other people, 5 lim Mila, love wearing unusual clothes. I think i's important to look good. 6 im Mark fm crazy about sports. On Mondays and Wednesdays | play basketball, Which club can | join? go karting play badminton go rock climbing play basketball gokite surfing _visita theme park dofreerunning make video do martial arts Dialogue practice Hello. I'm Sylvie Jones. Welcome to Forest School! Our school is 56 years old and has got 577 students, We have got a beautiful building with some fantastic facilities Please come on a tour of the school Here we are in the main entrance. These pictures are of the old school in the 1960s. This is the staffroom — for teachers only. That big room over there is the sports hall. We do PE in there twice a week. Its a great place! This is the science and technology block. Those rooms at the end of the corridor are the science labs - they're new. The ICT suite is here on the right. I always do my homework in there ~ I'm crazy about computers! 7) - Now lets go to the Model text 3 Write the correct option, in your notebook. 1 Which cake do you prefer, this/ these one ot 131) Read and listen to the school tour. this / that one over there? Does Sylvie like / not like: % 2 WherdSthe lirary?letSack these those 1 the schoo! building Who are these people? children over there 2. the sports hal 0% 3. Let me see your new phone ... what's 8 computest at/ this thing here? Oh i's a camera () vocabulary practice Look at language this, that, these, those Writing task (i) writing preparation 2 In your notebook, complete the sentences with this, that, these and those. 4 Write a script for a tour of your school. Use adjectives and this, that, these and those. Paragraph 1: Welcome people to your school and give some interesting facts about it. Welcome to... The schools .... We have got... Paragraph 2: Begin in the entrance hall and describe some of the rooms nearby. | Say what they are used for. Who are 3) boys over there? Here we are in the main entrance .... The brary is next to the ... Loften go there ... Paragraph 3: Choose another area of the Theyre the new boysin our class! 4) 5 Nickov Nickover school to describe. Give some personal there, with the red information, hait and simon, This te the art block ... love art. with the glasses! | sometimes Language summary (i) Units came {J voc are Grammar ae rire vorabulary Adverbs of frequency Santen pel fr) 1 | always ‘wear trainers. changing room break (n) You aay coach dream (n) ae He often hall luck (n) Shey | someticcall ec waht : head tate seeasht | sometimes | has lunch in the canteen, We/They | never play tennis. (suite trary ot mind (v) ‘Adverbs of frequency: be playground (not) like (v) 1 am [always | inthe ICT suite. playing fields lovey) science lab (not) be crazy about (v) sports hall can't stand (v) staffroom hate (v) Sports ‘rlest ( like +-ing I noun basketball ride (v) avery belt Iekld tt ike _[ basketball goggles stay () He/Shelikes | watching TV. hockey wear (v) You/We/Theylike [running hoop ice skating badminton (n) aoe wre: judo ice hockey (n) Vdon'tlike scuba diving. sacha EAB He/Shedoesnttlike | getting up early. running fachinby ony You /We/They don't lke _| ice skating, scuba diving kite surfing (n) ea Bane att Perea rent Doyoulike [running? |No,lcaritstandit. | . Doeshe/ | judo? He / She doesn't mind it swimming rock climbing (n) tennis street dance (n) t | ball games? | Yes, they are crazy about trainers | hain technology (n) Visit a theme park (v) wetsuit Making suggestions Giving opinions How about playing ice hockey? That's a good / bad idea. Let's do street dance. That sounds interesting / boring / dangerous. Shall we do fashion design? Im not sure. Why don't we go to the music club? No, thanks! | don't want to do that. Unit 3 ‘Grammar and vocabulary reference W3 age? Writing project: This is me! or ee Make a poster presenting information about you and your life, Write about you, your family and your friends. Include photos, BEPTER Collect ideas id map. Think of interesting facts ngs if possible. ckyour spelling, letters for the pets and month: the Useful language box on page 45 to e or more topics from the mind map to poster . BP ciecs 1 came cine nyurnoibaok Make the poster + Decide how to show your information: For a digital poster, you need a computer and digital photos. per poster, you need paper, writing s, glue and scissors, ur poster using your texts and your photos. + Display your poster for the class to see Project evaluation + Look at your classmates’ posters, h do you like best? Why? + What features from the best projects can you use In your ‘own work next time? Myname is Al years old and my bit nd May. live in Liverpool, st of England There are fi /e got one brother a their names are Danny a Danny is nine years is two. We live with our p Remember! Write clearly or use a computer Make your poster colourful and interesting, Useful language I've got three brothers. Their names are There are five people in my family always) hang out with my friends at the weekend. ke / don't like football V'm crazy about swimming, My favourite subject is Listing contrasting or similar informatios Iike basketball and swimming. /| don't like tennis or hockey. /| play the guitar, but Im not very good. © time, | love playir team and we play te ther every Saturday the guitar in a band at school end, | hang out with friend about music and Ip guitar every day and love 4 Dexte jin =| alks with him in the park Project 1 Review Reading 1 Read Natasha's blog. What. of school does she go to? ss school sic school 3. dance school Hive at my school during the week, and Igo home at weekends. On school days, we (1) get up late! We're’ every day. I don't ) early mornings in summer but I'm not !4) about them in winter — it’s cold and dark! Men play for an hour and then we have breakfast in the See ‘a music lesson every day. After lunch we hang out in the @) The school day finishes at 3.40 p.m. | usually tennis after school. | like (2) too. In the evening, we (10) our homework, We have music practice again for an hour after dinner, That's three hours’ practice a day! Its hard work, but love my school! | 2 Inyour notebook, complete the text with the | words below. } { always bell canteen crazy do mind | never play playground — swimming | 3 Lookat the textin exercise 1 again and match 1-4 toA-D. 1 gohome 3. do sports 2 havea musiclesson 4 practise music A three hours day Cater school | B at weekends D everyday 4. Write sentences with the correct form of the verb in the present simple and adverbs of frequency. 1 We /get 1p/late (never 2 The lessons / be / in resting (always) 3 We /have breakfast /in the canteen (usually) 4 The students / play concerts /at lunchtime (often) / sport / after school (sometimes) in the hall at 7.20 a.m. because we play our instruments ‘At 9.00 am. the (8) rings and we start lessons. We have @) Listening 5 (1138) Listen to Jim and Katy talking about sports. Write which equipment Jim needs. | basketball belt football goggles hockey stick | skates tennisracket trainers wetsuit 6 (1935) Listen again. In your notebook, copy and complete phrases 1-4 with the sports A-D. 1 tmcrazy about(...) 3 Hike (..) 2 Move (..) 4 Icanitstand (...) A running judo Bennis D ice skating Speaking 7 Ask and answer questions about doing things. Use the words and the expressions in exercise 6. doing homework eating running sleeping swimming walking washing dishes watching TV Do you like swimming? {don't mind it. Writing 8 Write about a day in your life. Use the text in exercise 1 to help you. Include adverbs of frequency. {usually get up at 8.00.a.m. Sometimes, | do my homework before | goto schoo, 80 get up at 6.30 a. eae Warm-up 1 Lookat the photos. Which activity do you think the numbers refer to? There is one number you don't need. 1,200m 24m 960 2. 201 Listen and check. 3 Talkabout the photos, Use the adject Best Rides. Here are my top three rides: 1 Furius Baco: a short ride (65 seconds) but really ‘enjoyable | Rating: 9/10 ‘Shambhala: faster and higher than all other roller coasters in Europe! Rating 9/10 ‘ Dragon Khan: one of the Older rides, but my favourite! aeateacd Rating 10/10 + 76mhigh+ | #134km per hour! Location It's easy to get there by car or train ' You can also fly. Reus aiportis very near. » Top tips ‘The park can be Very crowded in summer, and sometimes you wait 2 fong time to get on the rides. The queues are worse dure the day. Is better to go cary inthe morning or late in the afternog Food and drink are quite. expensive , 80 take some food with yr ‘Comments Ted The new rides are scarier and more exciting than the old rides. Shambhala is really high and frightening , but love it Naomi | think thatthe rides are boring , The shows are better. ‘There are shows with amazing and, dangerous acrobatics, In summer, the fireworks are fantastic — and very noisy Rita Tickets aren't cheap , but children don't pay full price. ‘There are low prices for groups too. My favourite ride? That'sa cificut question -'they are all good. It's probably Dragon Khan because t's long and fast, Jake My favourite ride is surprising , i's the Tutuki Splash ~ you ride ‘through a volcano on water. I's quite siow , but it's alot of fun. My brother prefers the shows to the rides. Vocabulary and Reading (i) Vocabulary presentation [i vecstitary practics complete the sentences, in your notebook. queues rides roller coasters, shows theme park 1 PortAventura isa ( 2 There are different ( and the extreme (..) ), Including a train, a submarine | | Check the meaning of the words in the box. Then 3 There are (...) with singing and dancing, 4 The park is popular. There are (..) during they. Unit 4 (Complete all activities in your notebook. 202 Read and listen to the text and answer the questions. 1 Which is the writer's favourite ride? 2 When are there more people in the patk? 3. Why/is ita good idea to take a picnic? 4 Does Ted prefer the old rides or the new rides? 5. Do Jake and fita like the same types of rides? 6 Which two people lke the shows more than the ride (i) Reading extension 3. Look at the highlighted words in the text. Find eight pairs of opposites. There are five words that don’t form pairs. fast- slow 5. Read the text again and write sentences with the correct adjectives in your notebook. Use the comparative form + than. Shambhala is faster than Dragon Khan. (fast/ slow) 1 Dragon Khan is nbhala. (new / old) 2 The adult rides are (..) the children’s rides. (noisy / quiet) 3Ted thinks (boring / scary) Adult tickets are (..) chi expensive) ‘Shambhala is (...) Dragon Khan. tickets. (heap Jake's brother thinks that the shows are ( (good / bad) 6 Write sentences with the verb be and the comparative form of the adjectives. cheap crowded enjoyable frightening low _ noisy rk Listening to music / doing hom ning to music is more enjoyable than doing homework. Watching a film at home / going to the cinema 1 2 Aho 3 In summer the be: 4 /a skyscraper h/ in winter A Amotorbike /a cr film /a comedy 7 Complete the quiz questions, in your notebook. Use the comparative form of the adjectives below. Then answer the questions. {dangerous fast high long near 1 Which is (...) verest or Mount Kilimanjaro? 2 True or false? The River Ebro is (...) the Rive 3 Whi tah or a falcon? 4 True or false are (...) to humans (...) i) Gran Which planet is (...) to the sun - Mercury or Venus? 4 Copy and complete the table, in your notebook 8 20) Listen and check your answers. ~___JAdjective | Comparative Language in action Short adjectives | high higher big bigger than oy safer 9 Compare two people, places or things. noisy @ l “TE Eee TREREEY 72 animals countries freetime activites people in your family | beacaeined angers a than school subjects vehicles your favourite theme parks | inregular good 8 ink geography ic easier than science adjectives bad i than [Sihing lepers akg RI ig Unit 4 “Grammar reference WS age56 Tanguage summary spage57 )) The coldest place in the world! —jysce icing te supertative A (i) Vocabulary presentation & ce Dublin | a, » Vocabulary and Listening (4) Vocabulary practice 4 04 Listen to the first part of a radio programme. | 3 It's warm and there are thunderstorms, } 1's g0 cola in Oymyaikon that | Look at the weatherin Europe today. Match the | ats Shisha Beate woe } weather and the cities, | t's wet and windy in Dubin. 1 ItScloudy and cola, but dry. [i] Listening preparation | 1 2 There's heavy rain The reporter is in a village called Oymyakon. In which 4 it’shot and sunny. country is Oymyakon? 5. There's heavy snow and it’s icy 6 ‘es fogoy 5 205 Listen to the second part. In your notebook, complete each sentence with the correct option. | Look at the map again and answer the questions. 1 Thereammebou (..}peoplen the lag 1 Which is the wettest city in Europe today? a 550 b 55 ¢ 51 2 Which is the hottest city? 2 In winter, the longest distance that people walk isto (...) 3 Which isthe coldest city? a theschoolor shop b thenext village ¢ the lak Look at the weather words below. Which are 3 When the temperature is minus'S6 degrees the school | adjectives and which are nouns? Make the a isverywarm b closes € stays open adjectives into nouns and the nouns into adjectives. 4 Today is the (_..) day in Jar t 5 For the people of Oymyakon, the best season is (..) b wares doudy cold foggy heat ice rainy snow storm sunny wind Unie 4 (Compl Seva VSUFRIEbOOK ‘a summer b spring ¢ wi Grammar Superlative adjectives [FJ Grammar animation Copy and complete the table, in your notebook. Adjectives Comparative | Superlative Short adjectives cold colder the coldest hot hotter the!) safe safer q dy drier 8 Long adjectives popular more popular | the most popular extreme more extreme | (4) Irregular adjectives good better 8 bad worse the worst [i ovammar practice Write the opposite of these sentences by changing the adjective. ‘ober to December are usually the driest Inthe UK, October to December are usually the wettest months. ts bedroom is the smallest room in our house, zit 3 Lions are one of the safest animals to ha ne most exciting nk winter Is the best season. 5 usually work in the library beca Inyour notebook, complete the sentences with the superlative form of the adjectives, dangerous #voleano- high / city hot /place scary / tourist attractions sunny place wet and dry / towns The most dangerous volcano in italy is Vesuvius th Valley in California with 1 (in the world i temperatures of 50 °C and higher. 2 (...)in the world is Yura, Arizona, The sun shines for 4,000 hours a year. 3 (...)in Spain are both in Extremadur 4 (...)in the world is La Rinconada in the Andes ‘Mountains in Peru 5 Pulpit Rock in Norway is ane of (..) Tanguage summary 58 p0e5 Language in action Alice Springs, Australia High Low Read the weather reports for Alice Springs, Trondheim and London. Write Today sentences to compare the weather in these three places. London is colder than Alice Springs, but ‘Trondheim isthe coldest. Trondheim, Norway High Low Draw a weather chart for your region today. ‘Make comparisons with the three places. Use the comparative and superlative. CMe ony 7 Grammar reference VS y) Around the world CANADA Niagara Falls USA vy Reading and Vocabulary 205 Read and listen to the advertisement. Which trip(s) offer(s) ... ? ettestride 2 the best views id Read the advertisement again. Are the sentences true or false? Correct the false ones. Falce. The boat trip is longer than the helicopter tip. 1 The Aero Car takes more people than the 3. The cable caris faster than the 4 There at trips on the American anc oat trips are than one mette Reading extension How do you say these words in your language? Confusing words journey (n) ride (n) travel (v) trp (nm) attraction in “ ew — tr See the Falls from the air! Our helicopter ride offer amazing views of the most famous wat inthe world, Don't forget your camera! «The six-seat helicopters ‘ly over the Falls fifteen minutes «© Trips are fifteen minutes long, + Listen to the audio guide on personal headphones , Choose from twelve languat «© Location: Ontario, Canada 4 Look at the highlighted words in the text and answer the questions. like flying? Language in action 5 Give your opinion. Say which trip to Niagara Falls you like / don’t like and why. Make comparisons and say which is the best / Geography ~ . ‘Asking Sor travel Practical English intorwation Friday 17th June to Sunday 19th | Open every day from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Prices: Adults £8.00. Under 16: £5.00. Price includes all rides! le Wea eer Alben Oe na) Grange Hill + Woodside Park Monday to Friday: every 15 minutes from 6:30 am. Saturdays and Sundays: every 30 minutes yti 40 minutes 5 single + £4.00 return ++ listening 1 Lookat the poster quickly and correct the false sentences in your notebook. 1 The funtairis at Woodside Park for two days. 2 Anadults ticket is more expensive than a child's ticket 3 There ate fireworks on 18th June. 4 Tickets for the fair are cheaper on Saturday morning. ro Woodside Park 5 Buses don’t {Bustening reparation 2. WW! Jodie is at the tourist information office in Grange Hill. Listen and answer the questions. 1 How does she decide to travel? y tic 2 How ets does she buy? 3 20 Listen again and write answers to Jodie'’s questions, in your notebook, 1 2 How lang 3 When'sthe 4 How much isa single / return ticket? ‘sthe best way to get there? oes the journey take 4 WORK IT OUT! Read the information below. Whatis the total cost for the journey and entry to for the three girls? ges to the funfair with two friends, Natalie 1 Flora is 17, + Jodie and Nata + They go.on Saturday afternoon. + They buy return tickets for the bus. 5 208 Say the words. Listen and check. ‘The sounds /j/ and | January yellow July jet year yours ee Language in action + the most beautiful beach + the most exciting theme pa itre / sports centre « thenearest shopping « 4 the most interesting / historical / unusual place 7 6 Name these places in your region. What's the best way to get there? How long does the journey take? 7 You are in the tourist information office. You want to visit one of the places in exercise 6. Complete the dialogue, in your notebook. Use the functional language box and your own ideas. You Excuse me. ima touristhere. | want to visit...) Assistant That's a nice idea. You What's the (..) way to get there? Assistant The (..) way to go is by ( You Howlong does the journey (...)? Assistant It (...) about (...) You Howoften do the (...) leave? Assistant They go every (..) minutes, You — And(..,)isaticket? Assistant A single is... and a return is(..) You Thank you. Assistant. Youre welcome. Functional language tion Asking for travel inform: What's the best way to get there? When's the next train? How long does the journey take? Ittakes about How often do the buses / trains leave? They go every 20 minutes / hour / 2 hours. How much isa ticket? Single / Return Se 8 Now watch episode 4 of the video. (i) interactive video E> Dialogue practice Writing about three different places a Of? « Tl Et Qs UD) rere ans lanes vik voter pais bocaure IR swing Isola te ldes tse ha thequete nant taverns sire anela wine sepia uitee Gna MOE Coven lorgh USA ond Bench Parks bra ~ Tropical Islands is the biggest indoor water park in the world, but itis very crowcled. Discovery Cove is a beautiful outdoor water park. Its quieter than Tropical Islands and there are some amazing dolphins. Beach Park has got the highest and fastest water slide in the world, It sounds more exciting than Discovery Cove, but it's also scarier! Most ofall, want to visit Discovery Cove because it's the most beautiful. Is always hot and sunny in Florida, so you can swim outdoors, and there are a lot of things to do. Complete the sentences, in your notebook. 1 My favourite season is summer because (...) 2 The beach gets very crowded in the afternoon so...) Model text 3 love swimming so (...) 4 Inever go to theme parks because l| Read the text and match the water parks A-C with 9 vocanntary practice photos 1-3, Beach Park*, Brazil Tropical very Cove, Florida Writing task i) writing preparation lands, Germany Inwhich paragraph can you find 5 Write a comparison of three places. Choose from each place these topics. Use so and because. sit most 1 the best or worst things abo 2 the place the writer wants to vi 3. an introduction to the topic cinemas cities holiday destinations local attractions shopping centres theme parks / waterparks Look at language so and because Paragraph 1: Introduce the topic and the three places. ike going to the cinema because ... In my town Paragraph 2: Describe and compare the places. 1 We use (...) to give thing. The Odeon isthe biggest cinema in my town ... The 2 We use (..) to talk about the result of something. Odeon ie better than Paragraph 3: Which place is your favourite, and why? My favourite cinema is... / Most ofall, want to visit... Look at the highlighted words in the text. Complete the rules with so and because, in your notebook. the reason for s Unit 4 ((Complete’all activities inyyour notebook. Language summary (W) unit 4 came ai & = Extra vocabulary ® s* and superlative adjectives ‘Adjectives boring ued to} ‘Adjective | Comparative Superlative | LD Hide Short adjectives | add-er “add-est crowded roller coaster (n) cheap cheaper the cheapest dangerpus shown) Short adjectives | double the final_| double the final difficult theme park (n) endingin vowel | consonant,add consonant, bday ‘consonant | -er add est enjoyable cloud (n) | LO | the blag raters fog tn} eel add-st expensive heat (n) safe safer the safest isa teeta), Short adjectives | add-ier add -iest frightening rainy (ad) ending in-y | high dao tad cloudy cloudier the cloudiest fore storm (n) Long adjectives | more + adjective | the most + surprising moresurprsing adjective wi sonpy laa, the most surprising near sun (n) < irregular noisy wind (n) adjectives quiet ® good better the best safe F ye) baci worse the worst short aanadal(al ‘We use than when we compare two people, places or slow fly (v) things. The rides are better than the shows. surprising forget () —_—_—__________— headphones (n) Weather journey (n) cloudy (adj) ride (n) Functional language cold (n) (adj) travel (v) dry (ad). trip (n) foggy (ad) ‘Asking for travel information hot (ad) What's the best way to get there? icy lad When's the next train? sain (n) How long does the journey take? snow (n) It takes about sunny (adj) Vocabulary How often do the buses / trains leave? They go every 20 minutes / hour / two hours. How much isa ticket? assingle / a return thunderstorm (n) warm (ad) wet (ad) windy (ad) “Grammarand vocabulary reference Wapageas. Unit 4 Cz) Review Reading 1 In your notebook, complete the text with the correct form of the adjectives in brackets and the weather words. rain snow temperatures thunderstorms — windy | ; other high places. In winter and sometimes in summer there is 8) at the top. You can climb the volcano from Argentina, but the route to the top is (6 long), From the top of Ojos del Salado, there is a view of the Atacama desert. tis one of (7 dry) places in the ‘world: in some parts of the desert, there is never any ‘8) . In winter, there are (9) . Nights are very cold, but during the day, it becomes (10 hot), with (Ll) up to 30 degrees Celsius. The Atacama is one of 112 popular) places for tourists to visit in Chile. 2 Answer the questions. 1 How high is Ojos del Salado? 2 What is the weather oft 1 like there? 3. What can you 4 How hot does it fom the top of the volcano? in the Atacama desert? 3. Make sentences using the comparative form, 1. Winter / cold / summer on the volcano 2 The Atacama desert / dry / the Kalahari desert 3 Chile / long / Argentina volcanoes in Chile 7 4 Ojos del Salado / high Unit 4 (Review Wepage3e Listening 4 (28) Listen to the weather report. Match the cities 1-7 to the weather A-G. | 1 sydney 2 Bangkok 3 Madrid 4 Paris | 5 London 6 Toronto 7 Istanbul } Pees) z 5 ® *2O0°H@°O KO 'RO*KO 5 (208) Listen again. Correct the false sentences in your notebook. 1 Irshotterin Sy fan in Bangkok 2 It drier in London than in Madr 3 Itisn't warm in Istanbul, 4 It’s cloudy in Paris. 5 The coldest pl foronto. Speaking 6 Choose a word from each box. Askand answer questions using superiative adjectives. actor beach book film food month school subject — season sport themeparkride TVshow holiday singer | bad beautiful boring cold dangerous difficult easy fast funny good happy hot interesting old scary slow | What's the most dangerous sport? | think the most dangerous sport i climbing. Writing 7 Choose one of the topics in exercise 6. Write four or five sentences using comparative and superlative adjecti ‘The best season, for me. is spring. The flowers are more, beautiful in spring. The days are longer and warmer than in Winter. The worst season is winter. It's the coldest time of the year. Thats Gifferent: In this unit, we ‘© describe activities happening now and regular events @ have a phone conversation uf @ write about a photo What are the people doing in the pictures? pushing holding sitting kssing walking 1 She's holding a man in her hand. Which is your favourite photo? Why? Watch the video. [i] Video: A Charity Expedition Vocabulary and Reading [iJ Vocabulary presentation [i] Vocabulary practice In your notebook, use as many of the words as possible to complete each phrase. | build cary dim dose dive draw fly hold jump open practise sal Teenager Zev Hoover from the USA has many interesting hobbies, but most of all he loves photography. He takes pho ofall kinds of things, but at the moment he is working on a v interesting project called Lttlefolk, which means ‘small peop a boat (Ja picture (..)a bag or a box Zev takes photos of himself (and sometimes other people) and then he uses his computer to make the people very sme inthis way he creates a huge world where tiny people ae doing diferent things, for example, swimming, climbing ree walking in forests or fying planes. His sister Aliza often helps him with ideas forthe pictures, b Zev takes the photos and edits them. (..) nto a lake ) someone's hand 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 (...)adoor ora window 0 ( (...) an instrument fe ) ahouse Zev has a website, and his photos are on the internet. Wher isnt taking photos, he writes his blog . He also buds and model aeroplanes. Many top photographers lke his work, Here are some comm 210 Read and listen to the text. Match photos 1-4with the readers’ comments A-D. SE aw Loe ay os PEt OE ia Se RU ena boat. It's a really i en Read the text again and answer the questions. _—_ 1. What is Zev’ favourite hobby? 2 How does Zev make the tiny’ people in his photos? | 3 WhatareZevshobbies? Met rec uer) 2100" 4 What is Zev doing in photo 2 fiying through the ai. Whereis she going? Is she | 5 Find five adjectives other photographers use to enaeaneer entre a | eae peo (i) Reading extension ete on Cauca dor On aring goggles and you're jumping into a lake or ee In your notebook, complete the sentences with the highlighted words from the text. ec ut my holidays. 99 1 Imwriting a 2. Russiaisa (...) country ~ the b st in the world, 3 Inbis free time, he loves building (..) cars ec E 4 Theresa...) insect on your arm, eee CC 5 We've gota big red (...) for Caras party ic Adoni (@) Vocabulary practice Pieri Ac 7 Unit 5 | Complete all activities in your notebook. Grammar Present continuous Grammar animatio 5 Copy and complete the table, in your notebook. ‘firmative / Negati Subject + be Verb +-ing 1/'mnot flying. 2 isnt {G take) a pho! They are /) (5 swim) Question word | be + subject Verb +-ing IIs he (erly? @ you doing? & Write sentences using the present continuous. / not carry a bag / carry book’ im not carryin 'm carrying 1 I/not 2 You/ not study 3 They / not dive into t study art pool /jump into t 4 We / not make a boat / make a pl w// close the window 7 Now write questions and short answers for the sentences in exercise 6. ies 8 Inyour notebook, complete the text with the present continuous form of the verbs. ‘amy dimb do draw fly “jump practise sail sit Lily (On thephone) HiTom. Where are you! What (1 you)? Lewis I'm at the lake. | (2 boat. The weather's perfec Lily You've gota boat? Amazing! Lewis Yes, and my dad's got a plane, He (3) it right now. lily We Lewis | wish! They're only models. We (4) for competition next weekend! So what are you lily 16) 0 it’s bit difficult. No wait, he 8) down now. He {9 something in his, mouth. Yuk! It'S a spider inthe atree at the momen Language in action 9 Mime an activity. What are you doing? Ask and answer questions. Unit 5 ‘summary 5 ,uge6) | Grammar reference WE page 100 + ; Fi a lar events )Jessica is sailing into Sydney Harbour “24 things happening now person to sal soo around Vocabulary and Listening (iJ Vocabulary presentation (4) Vocabulary practice Match the pieces of equipment to the definitiot backpack binoculars compass first-aid kit insect repellent map sleepingbag sunscreen tent tools torch — waterproof jacket Which item(s) do you use ook at something far away n you sit in the sun ‘There's @ fllm of Jesstoa’s books, True Spirit, about her amazing voyage, 6 to keep your body dry 7 tohelpyou see at nigh 8 tohelp someone with a medical problem 9 to cary thing: 10. to make or repair thi Atlantic Indian —| Start / Finis! , Pacific \\ AMERICA / ay Ocean 7p Oe6an Ocean \ ¢ di Cape of Syd Good Hope Yy_/ batik perl \ oa austraya gf ieee ew (Ee Making nussic in q 3) Around the world = “gcish Africa | \ sour ai | Reading and Vocabulary || Look at the photos and the title of the text. | What do you think the text is about? Listening preparation 212 Read and listen to the text. Check your answers. ¥'m walking in the middle of a very crowded area of Read the text again and answer the questions. Johannesburg, South Africa. All around me, people an but they play African music too. The children who live in the local atea. The classes are free, and there isn't an audition lessons Every year, hundreds of students try to come here for 8 chanity pays forthe mus lessons ~ but is impossible to teach everyone. There 31 The iTiBilgns learn tn play are only twelve teachers, so senior students help the | Fes erin younger ones. The money for the school comes from a every type ofinstrument @ charity called Buskaid. It collects money from people all over the world. © moreli 2 At the music school the children pay for the music lessons b the teachers pay for the mi | 1. What type of music does the writer hearin the streets? are playing music - on their radios and on instruments i 2. Where does the Soweto Strings Orchestra practise? in the street. Trumpet and saxophone players are | 3 What type Isic does the Soweto Strings Orchestra laying African jazz music, and there's reggae in the | play? markets and hip-hop music on every street comer. | 4 Who can join the orchestra People are dancing to kwela - traditional African | 5. Why do the older children teach the smaller children? dance music. The streets are lively and noisy. | (i) Reading extension But in an unusual music school at the end of one | of these streets, they're playing a diferent type of | Write the correct option in your notebook. music, This school is the home of a young orchestra, | 1 The music in the music schools (...) the music in the the Soweto Sings. There are about 100 musicians streets, here, aged 5 to 29. Students learn to play string ‘ a different from instruments - violin, viola, cello and double bass - b the sameas as well as piano. They play mainly classk | ic lessons ' b wind instruments © mainly string instruments 7 Unit 5 | Complete all activities in your notebook. In your notebook, complete the sentences with the highlighted words from the text. orchestra, Come to an (...) next Friday. 2. My uncles are ...) -They play the saxophone in a band, 3 helps animals in danger 4 s are (...) and exciting, 5 I(...) to practise the piano eve ] Vocabulary practice 213 Listen and note the styles of music in the order you hear them. a) classical b) hip-hop jazz d) kwela e) pop f) reggae Cecilia reece aay Pec saa igumaiveniea esa aa are [il ite esieson My favourite song is The Lion eer kona Linda, Its more than 60 yeats Write four or five sentences about your favourite music, and give an example of a musician or composer. Use Cecilia's text to help you. ‘old, but the song is still popular today. We play this song in Include information about the orchestra - on violin © the style of music and cellos - and people love + the name of the musician dancing to it! + what you lke / love about i +2 favourite song and / ora composer of the music => (7) cutture video: Cape Town, South africa Music | Match instruments 1-4 to the sections of an orchestra A-D. 1 drums 2 flute 3 tumpet 4 violin A strings B percussion C brass _D woodwind Re ee ees Brena Unit 5 . . Having a phone Practical English “Cowersation Speaking and Listening Complete the text messages with the words. babysit message neighbour )_canyou 2} Tommy 1 Look at the pict the questions. | this afternoon at 300 pm? eel or BD) ‘oxy, atthe neighbours’ house +3 How do you say these words in your language? B17 Which letters are silent check and repeat. False friends kitchen (n) these words? Listen, Silent letters ook(y) cooker (n) build neighbour limb high night know right yacht ff) vocabutary practice 4-2 Oscar makes. phone call. Listen and correct the information in the dialogue. Language in action A Hi.Can | speak t0 (1 Ellen), please? [Dlspeaangiepertes B Who’ calling? 9 Practise phoning a friend. Use exercise 4 and the A It’s Oscar functional language box to help you. B Oh,hi. This is her (2 brother). She isnt here at the ‘moment. (3 She's visiting a friend) A Oh, OK, B Doyou want to leave a message? A Yes, please. Can you ask her to call me back (4 at jorne), please? B OF A Oh.... and please tell her (5 it isn't important). B OK Bye, A Thanks. Bye. | Will, Nina, Mack, Anita ‘Ask to speak. Things they're doing: shopping, visiting a friend, playing basketball, ice skating ‘Your message: you want some help with the maths homework you've got his /her tennis racket your own idea use. Functional language 5 WORK IT OUT! Which message is correct? Having wbhanavorrsreation Can I speak to ...? He / She isn't here at the moment. Who’ calling? Its ... / (Oscar) speaking. Do you want to leave a message? Can you ask him / her to call ...? Please tell him /her ... 110 Now watch episode 5 of the video. 6 215 Listen toa second phone call. Check your answers to exercise 2, 7 236 Listen to another phone conversation later that day. Complete the message in your notebook. called. Please tell him thank: you for cleaning | He B, and #re 2) and Tony's SD. Can he. babysit next (22 | —_—oo err oreo ([D) tnteractive video (@) Dialogue practice Unit 5 Writing about a photo ffs ee My name's Sarah and I'm thirteen. tr rom Cardiff in my mum, dad and brother. We also es. |livein a flat with nave two dogs. in my free time, | do lots of thi xKamiple) | play the guitar and draw pictures. Im also crazy about s} Every day Ido differen nis and running, Most of 15 jiKE surfing 0 to an after- such ll and scuba school cl jorts centre. We scuba diving in the poo! fs photon sua dking on \oliday in Greece. It's really fun, br : meng atch Ineo Here Im diving very deep. There ' fish swimming around m Os oe Model text | Read Sarah's text and find: 1 two activities Sarah does regularly 2 Sarah’ vourite sports, 3 what she's carrying in the sea. Look at language Giving examples 2 Sarah uses three different phrases to start her lists of, examples. Look at the phrases highlighted in the text and complete the rules in your notebook. 1 Use a comma before such as and (...), but not bel ) 2 We Vocabulary prac 3. Complete the sentences, in your notebook. Use the phrases in exercise 2 and your own ideas. 1 ti 2 esting subjects ( pings (...) Unit 5 | Complete ll activities in your notebook. 4 Write about your favourite hobbies. Choose a phot of you doing one of your hobbies. Describe what is happening in the photo. Paragraph 1: Give some personal details about you and your family. ('m Ewan, and I'm from Edinburgh Paragraph 2: Write about the regularly and give examples. ings you like and do [ke music and| play the guitar very wel. | usually hac Paragraph 3: Describe what you are doing in your photo. In this photo, 'm playing .. Language summary (i) units came {J voc are Grammar Dos verbs Extra vocabulary FE continvows B build balloon (n) Po, carry blog (n) oH ~ ae ~T limb: idj : bide His (ae He / She / It swimming, close model (r) amet dive tiny (ad) aM Lahey. draw fly ‘cross (v) hold dream (v) He/She /It flying very fast. Tite ales (e You/We/They aren't open smile (¥) = practise wave (v) Questions | Short answers sail (5.3) amt Yes, am, audition (n) | tak No, I'm not. ‘Adventure charity (n) Is he/she/ | @K9 Yes, he/she its. equipment classical (ad) it | photo? No, he /she / it isn't. backpack i ‘Are you/we/ Yes, you / we / they are. binoculars peor |they No, you / we / they aren't. ino jazz (n) What | are | you | doing? af Gompass lively (a) fist nict hit musicians (n) insect repellent bested APT reggae (n) sleeping ba — — —— tear ty Present continuous (actions in progress now) Learn itt ‘She's listening to music at the moment. tent fie lites 2 tools Fgh Present simple (routines) i ‘ik cooker (n) She often listens to music. kitchen (n) We don't usually use the present continuous with the waterproof verbs be, have got, ike, ove and want, jacket Having a phone conversation Vocabulary Can | speakto ...? Do you want to leave a message? He/Sheisn'thereat the moment. Can you ask him /her to call...? Who’ calling? Please tell him /her .. Its... / (Oscar), speaking Functional language ‘Grammar and vocabulary reference W8 page 100 i) Review cS Reading 1 Complete the texts with the present simple or continuous forms of the verbs. em "o0p!e calli Hof The ce Man’ in this photo, he (1 sit) in an ice bath. He often (2 dive) down SEAL under the ice. How @ do) he dot? Every day he (4 practise) a special kind of yoga. FS ittne moment he (5 travel) around the worid and SA he (6 teach) people. Also he (7 build) a house in A Mh es inc cadiatemtonticycrsideanSs meg FORA for ourdoor activities | San ce Listening Lions are scary. But for Kevin Richardson, they'te like ‘Mum thinks But the truth is, ... AB uve pets. He (8 fly to different parts of Africa to ; rT he's doing his he work with lions. They often (9 swim) together. In oe history project the water. Lions rein photo, he (10 hold) a lion in Susan she’s practising the she (3 danger and at the moment Kevin (11 work) hard for | ae 9 SEM [ion conservation. Daisy she's playing with (4) she (3 with pots an ’ pans = | ba IS he! = |thedog ®) he) = 5 218 Listen again and answer the questions. =a 1 Whois Mum visting? = 2. Why does Mum phone home? 3 Is Daisy unhappy? 2 Write the questions and answers. Use the correct 2.6 Muni eomiga bere notre form of the verb in the present simple or continuous. Speaki 1. What /Wim Hof / do /in the first photo? peaking hat (he / do / every day? 6 Imagine today is your perfect day. Say where you at 3 Where/he/ build /a house? anil wine yore doing: 4 Why / Kevin Richardson / fly / around Aftica 5 What /he/ often do / with lions in the river? What can you see around you? the weather like? What are you eating king What / he / work / hard for? ; se 5 aie U'm on a island. 'm tying onthe beach. It's sunmy and I'm 3 Choose the correct option. Srna naih phaneple Mas: 1 Kevin Richardson uses a compass / torch to see in the dark. writing 2 He cartes his equipment in a backpack /te 3 He uses insect repel 4 He can't carry a bed with hi sleepi iit] sunscreen against mosquitoes, 7 Choose a day and a time. Write five sentences ‘ about what you, your family and friends are doing at this time. bag / waterproof jacket It's Sunday, atl am. My brother and | are playing outside. My dad is reading the newspaper. 5 He uses a map / binoculars to see the lion igtsje Ses In this unit, we @ discuss food and drink, shopping and markets © order a meal in a restaurant © write a recipe Warm-up Match photos 1-4 to the places you ‘an shop, There is one extra place you won't need, foodstall market online shopping website shopping centre supermarket 2. Where do you usually go shopping? What do you spend your money on? Do you like shopping? Why? Why not? 3 Watch the video. (i) Video: L.A. Food Trucks : In many countries, Inthe street for people to buy. We cal it 1. In’Mexico, the street food is delicious and often eal. love burritos and buy them from El Huequito. Iican make them myself too. It's fast and easy! Cook some beef and onion. Add some beans, spices, sat and pepper. Put itall nto a tortilla. Finish with ‘cheese, tomatoes and some chil sauce. Yum, yur! Vocabulary and Reading (i) Vocabutary presentation (i) Vocabulary practice 1 Copy and complete the table, in your notebook. beans beef bread cheese chicken chickpeas \\ ctilisauee grapes jam mushrooms oil onion i Tice saltand pepper spices sugar yoghurt You must cook the spiders street food. Here are some places around the ‘ | ‘world where street food is popular. . | ff — 3 Doyou like spiders? In my | Fruit® | Meat& | Pulses & Other vegetables | dairy carbohydrates products, grapes — | beet beans chil eauce 2 (219) Read and listen to the texts. Which countries are mentioned? 3. Read the texts again and answer the questions. 1 Whatare the ingredients to make burnt? 2 Which part ofthe spderisthe persons favourite part? 3 Isitaificut to make‘oyran? 4 Canyoueat with your hands in Malasla? 5 Why doesnt the 5 [i] Reading extension nish person eat ‘churros’ at home? Ability, permission, obligation | tion 2 In Turkey, simit is a popular breakfast snae Ita bread roll that you eat with cheese o1 Jam. People often have @ salty drink called ayran with it. Mix some yoghurt with water anc salt — it's simple. My dav can make it really well ‘country, Cambodia, arantulas ‘are a favourite snack! You rust cook the spiders. Cook them inoil and add some salt and sugar. Eat the spider's legs! They're really I think they're the best part SS 4. In your notebook, complete the sentences with the highlighted words in the text. cauncty healthy salty spicy sweet tasty 1 At break, we eat (..) snacks lke fruit 2. Do you ike hot, (...) food made with chill or paprike 3 Its unhealthy to eat too much (...) food ~ try to eat less than 4 g of salt per day 4 He loves (...) things — anything with sugar. 5 | prefer to eat (..) fresh vegetables, rathe 6 My favourite food is Italian — it's really ( (i) Vocabulary practice 5 How do you say these words in your language? ham jam n soft or Did you know? In Italy, you can’t eat on the famous ‘Spanish steps’. It's ilegal. Can you fat in the street where you live? 4 If z My parents can't make them, Grammar can / can’t, must / musn't § (i) Grammar animation 6 Read the sentences in blue in the text, then complete the rules. We use can / must to ask for and give permission. 2. We use can / must to talk about what is necessary or an obligation, 3 We use can and must / hings that are prohibited, anttand mustntt to talk at 4 We also use can and cant / must and mustet to talk stabily, (7) Grammar practice 7 Write the correct option in your notebook. 1 / cart buy a ticket to travel by train, 2 Can / Must | have a break? 3m not hungry ~ so you can / must have my sandwich, 4. The sign says,'No drinks in the cinema!So you m mustn't finish your drink you go inside, 5 mustnt play football inside the hou: 6 Fighteen-year-olds must / can drive a car 7 / mustnt park here — it's illegal. aM can / must cook really well y Ken satay is a pe street food in chicker ten minutes on abarbecu Then it's You can eat with your hands. B mustn't eat with your left hand. is very of Language summary 58028 opulla Malaysia, Mix with spices, then put Na stick. Cook it for ly to eat. Be careful De careful — you fensive, 8 Complete the text in your notebook. Use the words or choose the correct option. beef cheese mushrooms onions Max im happy you (1 can / must) work in my restaurant. Do you have any questions? Jan Yes, what time do | start? Max You (2 can / must) be here at 7.00 am Jan What do need to do? ‘Max Prepare the vegetables. Chop the 3) and (4) (5Can/ Must) you do that? Jan Yes, of course, Are there any rul Max Yes, you (6 must / mustnt) always wash your hands before you begin. The kitchen (7 must / must) be dirty Jan Why do you have so many fridges? | Max Because you mustnit put meat lke with the} dairy products, such as ) or yoghurt. Jan (10.Can/ Must) Ihave a snack from the fridge when | get hungry? Max _'No, you (11 can / cant) only eat during breaks Jan When do I get a break? Max You (12 can /cartt) have a break at 11,00 am Language in action 9. Make a poster. Write about rules you have at home or in school. Use can, can't, must and mustn't. Rules at schoo! You can eat in the canteen, but you mustn't eat. Rules at home ‘At home can watch TV when | like, but can't... Unit 6 ‘Grammar me rence WO Countable and ® Is there any chewing gum? ,xcountabie nous Vocabulary and Listening 3) Vocabulary presentation (7) Vocabulary practice 1 Match the words to photos 1-14. batteries acap chewinggum chocolate hairgel anice cream jewellery akeysing magazines amobile phone ase nail varnish purse sweets water I'm Felix and this is my fiend, Maria. We're in Camden.) Market in London, We're doing a school projec. I's | about things you can buy at this market. Were taking | 2 220. Listen to Maria and Felix talking to people | photos of what people are buying, the market. What do these people buy or sell? Matt and Steph | Amanda and Chris | Woman on st 3-220 Listen again and answer the questions. 1. Why is th 2 Which 3 Why A Unit 6 | Complete all activities in your notebook. Ma 7 Grammar Countables and uncountables (3) Grammar animation 4 Inyour notebook, write which items in exercise 1 are countable nouns (C) and which are uncountable nouns (UC). batteries (6) 5 Copy and complete the table. = a oraey aeons Affirmative | There are some/ | There is some/ allot of magazines. | alot of noise. Negative There Yany/ | There 2) any/ ‘many people. much hair gel. Questions | How many sweets | How much water are there? is there? Are there any Isthere 2) sweets? chewing gum? Short Yes, there (4) Yes, there 9) answers __|No,there aren't. _| No, there isn’t. (Grammar practice 6 Complete the questions and answers in your, notebook. 1 How (...) people ate there in your family? There (...) ive people in my family. 2 How (...) chocolate is there? There isnt (...) chocolate ~ only alittle. 3, How (...) money is there in your bag? There (...) any money. 4 How (...) text messages do you send a week? | don't send (...) text messages. haven't got a mobile phone. 7 Look at the picture of the bag and its contents. Write questions and answers. batteries a-eap chewing gum chocolate jewellery magazines nailvamish apurse sweets water \sthere a cap? No, there isn't. 8 Write the correct option in your notebook. Inthe east of London, there's a fantastic international market called Brick Lane Market. ‘There are (1 any / a lot of great shops. Look at this (2 jewellery / purse) 'm wearing. It’s from the market. And this is anew mobile phone (8 case / batteries). There (4 are /is) alot of indian restaurants. Try the tasty Indian (6 ice cream / sweets) - they're delicious. There isn't (6 much / many) traffic but (7 any / some) people ride bikes. It's a great place for shopping, eating and just hanging out. And the best thing is you can come here when you haven't got (8 some / any) money. There are still (9 alot of / any) things to see and do. Language in action 9. Look at the picture again and then cover it. Say what you can remember, Use There is / are, Thereisn't / aren't, much | many, alot of, some and any. There's a key ring. ‘There aren't any sweets. peroe =—- Unit 6 Talking about art 9 = gees Around the world Street art ~ illegal vandalism or creative genius? Whatever your opinion, street artists around the world are becoming more and more populat. London is one of the best cities to see original, imaginative street art in public places, and in Ea London, you can go on tours to look at the work of famous street artists. es] es 59 Fr 4s A A group of artists called ‘The Toasters use + |HeHEHS| to create their street art, After twelve (5 years, their work is very famous, and now there ar some huge pictures of toasters in London and in Cities all over the world B There aren't many street artists like Dscreet. He draws and paints owls in bright colours. Why? Because of their enormous eyes - they are magica Dscreet’s owls ar follow you - it seems like they're watching you. Although there are no rules with street art, Dscree says you must have fun! € The artist Stik uses [SPRAY Palit] to paint ‘stick’ people around London, They are simple, but People love their faces. Stik is very popular, and people wait six mont Reading and Speaking [GHIOGHT-like and their eyes | 1 Describe the photos and say which one you like best. | | beautiful boring creative exciting fantastic funny horrible imaginative interesting | original scary surprising unusual i 2 221 Read and listen to the text about street art. | Match photos 1-5 to paragraphs A-E. 10 buy one of his paintings but he still paints all his street art for fre D Street art can also be (SeUlpflif@). Christiaan Nagel is from South Africa. He thinks painting on (Canvas) is boring, So he climbs up buildings and constructs mushrooms, 3 Read the text again. Are the sentences true or false? Correct the false ones. in different colours. His 3D mushrooms are all over London, and there are some in South Africa too. n London, you can see art in the street. ters" work is not well-known, iksnevey'selis his work E Inkie is a well-known street artist who works in London and Ibiza. He paints the same woman again and again and is the only street artist to pain inside the Houses of Parliament. Inkie is now one ofthe top |BFapKIEAESIgHErS in video gaming and also teaches art to children, 1 2 TheTo 3. Dscreet paints owls in black an 4 Nagel doesn't paint mushrooms on walls akie makes video games with children i] Reading extension 4 Complete the sentences with the highlighted words in the text, 1 (...)isa type of 30 2 Some artists pain 3. Many children like (...) characters. 4 Some (...) work on vid 5 He uses (..) to make the on (...),not pape and again. 6 Using (is a quick > paint large area i) Vocabulary practice / Unit 6 | Complete all activities in your notebook. "a \ 1 Is there any street art or graffiti in your ar - 2 Doyoulike i? Why /Why not 3. Describe your f te street art f Language in action _ (i) Writing preparation 6 Finda picture of street art. Write five or six sentences about it. Art and desigh | Match artists 1-3 to the type of artwork A-C they. are famous for. 1 Pablo Picasso. 2 AndyWarhol. 3 Claude Monet A impressionism B cubism C popart . . Ordering in a )) Practical English estate ae salad Cae Least aren 8. oo Cheese burger £7.50 Beef casserole and rice £8.25 Vegetable pie £7.50 Jacket potato with cheese / mushrooms / beans £6.25 serts £4.25 OTE med Tear aati ip Cola, lemonade, fruit juice, sparkling water £2.35 Soup of the day —Thai chicken £4.95 Onion and chickpea Pes Pee Unit 6 (Complete all activities in your notebook. Listening (i) Vocabulary presentation 1 Look at the menu and answer the questions. 1 What's the soup of the day? Is there any meat in it? 2 What can you have with a jacket potato? 3 Which starters and main courses ae suitable for a vegetarian? 2 (2M) DICTATION Listen and write the five questions you hear. Then write the answers. 3 (IB) Listen to two people ordering food. Write thelr orders, in your notebook. Tablet Starters: mixed salad, CD Main courses: @) Drinks: @) Desserts: 4 | 226 Listen to two more people and write their orders, in your notebook. Table 2 Starters: (2) Main courses: Drinks: (@) Desserts: 4) 5 (1225) In yournotebook, match phrases 1-4 to A-D to make sentences or questions. Listen and check. Isthere A much. Here you are. There isn't B gotany water? 3. How much sauce € any chilli sauce? 4 Have you D isthere? 1 6 226) WORK IT OUT! How much the bill for the food? Write the totals for each table. Listen and check your answers. 7 (21 Say the words. Listen, 7 i check and repeat. (i) speaking practice special Spanish finish Language in action (i) Speaking preparation 8 Prepare your own restaurant role-play. 1 Make your own menu or use the one on page 78, 2 Take / Give orders for starters, main courses, drinks and desserts 3. Ask for the bill Functional language Ordering in a restaurant ‘The waiter ‘Are you ready to order? What can | get you? What would you like (to drink)? And to drink / for dessert? The customer Idlike ... /I'have Can thave ...? Is there any ...? Does it come with ... ? splease, Can we have the bill, please? if! sound she shop mushroom delicious 9. Now watch episode 6 of the video. Listening i) Vocabulary presentation 1 Look at the menu and answer the questions. 1 What's the soup of the day? Is there any meat in it? 2 What can you have with a jacket potato? 3 Which starters and main courses are suitable for a vegetarian? 2: (222) DICTATION Listen and write the five questions you hear. Then write the answers. 3/228) Listen to two people ordering food. Write their orders, in your notebook. Tablet | Starters: mid salad, | Main courses: () Drinks: @) | Desserts: 4 | 224) Listen to two more people and write their orders, in your notebook. ‘Table 2 | Starters: @) | Main courses: (2) | Drinks: @) Desserts: 4) | 5 (225) In your notebook, match phrases 1-4 to A-D to make sentences or questions. Listen and check. 1 Isthere ‘A much, Here you are. 2 Thereisnt B got any water? 3 How much sauce... C any chill sauce? 4 Have you D isthere? 6 (225) WORK IT OUT! How much is the bill for the food? Write the totals for each table. Listen and check your answers. 7 (22 say the words. Listen, o a check and repeat. (i) Speaking practice special Spanish finish Wf] sound she shop mushroom delicious Language in action (i) ‘speaking preparation 8 Prepare your own restaurant role-play. 1 Make your own menu or us one on page 78, 2 Take / Give orders for starters, main courses, drinks and 3. Ask for the bill Functional language Ordering in a restaurant The waiter Are you ready to order? What can I get you? What would you like (to drink)? ‘And to drink /for dessert? The customer Vd like ... /have ..., please. Canthave ...? Is there any . Does it come with ... ? Can we have the bill, please? 9 Now watch episode 6 of the video. Unit 6 Writing a recipe Model text Look at language Sequencing words (i) Reading preparation 2 Find all the sequencing words in the recipe. 1 Read and, in your notebook, complete the recipe ‘Maikn a! with the words below. Then answer the questions. — First, [aa chop cook don'tadd eat make mix ] (i) Vocabulary practice \ 1 Whois Freddie’ recipe from? 3 Put the sentences in order. Rewrite them using | 2. How does Freddie describe the meatballs? sequencing woeds | Hot chocolate } ie if mix the chocolate and t | Freddie’s favourite meatballs! A mix the chocolate and | ; drink your delicious hot ch tm crazy about this dish. Its my grandma’ recipe. She 6 uihikyourdeliou loves cooking, and | think she's the best cook in the world! € chop the chocolate into small pieces. D find a mug anda pan E put the chocolate pieces in a pan with milk and heat it | on the cooker. First, find a mug and a pan. 4 228 Listen and check your answers. Writing task (i) writing preparation 5 Write a recipe for chilli con carne or choose your own recipe. Use the verbs and sequen «First, 1) an onion into small pieces. * Then, add some meat and an egg. ?! the meat and the egg together well + Next, 8) some salt, pepper and chill Be careful - '4) too much chilli! ‘= After that, you can (5! small balls. Don't make them bigger than a golf ball Paragraph 1: First. write a short paragraph + Finally, (© the meatballs in a litle oil introducing the recipe and the dish. = you must cook them well This ie my favourite recipe it's very tasty! + @ them with spaghetti and tomato Paragraph 2: Next, lst what you need. sauce. | Ingredients: 2 onions, Paragraph 3: Finally, write the instructions. Use the cortect forms of countable and uncountable nouns, a CC iitts some rary anc sequencing words. Use these verbs: chop, mix, add, cook, put, et. 7 First, chop cD Language summary Grammar. 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(v), chop (v), cook (v), heat (v), mix (v) Learn ham (n), jam (n) — el Countable and uncountable nouns Countable nouns | Uncountable (plurals) nouns Vocabulary ‘Affirmative | There are some/ —_ There is some / alotofdesserts. | alot of water. Negative | There aren'tany / ‘There isn’t any / % many magazines. | much chewing gum. ‘Questions How many sweets | How much. Ordering in a restaurant The waiter Are you ready to order? What can I get you? What would you like (to drink)? van aa And to drink/ for dessert? SS ae Sti id rethereany | Isthere any ut Thecustomer cpaabiatt o Id like ... / ll have, please. ‘Short ‘Yes, there are. ‘Yes, there is. Can have ...? answers No, there aren't. No, there isn’t. Is there any ...? Does it come with ...? Can we have the bill, please? —— Functional language ( var and vocabulary reference wspage0s Unit 6 { . Z . ‘bir 2 Group project: This is where we live! ““Aitie WEATHER | | a Pea | | Tes Neg wnat spor can don thearea? What other fun activities can we do there? can Collect ideas za Write notes ed Derson in the group researches t « Workin rouge DASCUICh SOICJOU NBAEIOIncudeinyour » Miternaiesabate | leaflet. Choose one for each person to research and write abou Places to visit | I) Introduction: Franelsca P Best places to visit / travel Topie 1: The best places to visit Eliana apie ally ‘Topic 2: Fun activities Paulo al plibes caste ‘Topic 3: Food, shopping and souvenirs Francisca 3 Giant's Causeway by bus or by car BETLS® Prepare your paragraph text. Use adjectives to dese things and give examples ‘+ Use the Useful language box on page 83 lp you, ‘There are three fantastic beaches in Portrush. ‘The water is... . There is also a castle on the cliff, It's called Dunluce Castle GEELZD Make the leafiet WETIED Project evaluation k at your classmates leaflets, Bait text: Eliana «© Which do you like best? Why? Find photos / Research Did you know? fact: Fravelsoa }« Which are most interesting or use! Design the leaflet: Paulo ‘+ Write down ide a nwork next tr » Decide how to show your information: | vsetu janguage a hanya It’s the most interesting . | rad otal flet, you need a computer an It’s easier to travel by car. se pee | You can ride a mountain bike. fey reed pane i You must / mustn't. $80) | Thereis /isn’t + Soper set ing usando patos There aresoma/alotot/arenttany/ many ee a alyour ok ne dl Don't forget the sticks of rock! sere sour pra cis ws 7 a alk ab put Giving examples: such as / for example / like oa ae eae (0 read, 01 Talking about reasons and results: The water is very clean so you can swim. eer It's very popular because there are a lot of things Use the internet or the local tourist tosee and do THE BEST PLAGES TO VISIT FUN TIVITIES Lough Neagh is the biggest lake in Northern Ireland and the River Bann is the longest river here. There are lots of birds and fish. The River ‘Bann is very popular for canoeing “The water is very cold and you must ‘wear a wetsuit, but its lot of funt Some people like fishing in the river. In the marina there is a yacht tee yewcanaieYouanply | tennis or ride a mountain bike in the | “There are three fantastic beaches in Portrush, The water is very clean s0 you can swim in the sea. There is also avery old castle on the cliff called Dunluce Castle. You can visit it, but ‘you must pay. Its £5 for adults and {£3 for children. Near Portrush is the Giant's Causeway. Its one of the most interesting natural places in Ireland. You can travel by bus, but its easier countryside t00. Did you know? Lough Neaghhas got enough water 1 Portrush has got some nice restaurants and cafes too where you ere EN ane ‘ean try the local food. There are also 3 —_ SORT TENSES some small shops where you can buy . v2 LAMM MOI reir suchas postards shes, UE zs HPAP CE CINE rings, and dont forget to buy some Pere es cas souvenigaticks of rock! . Review Reading 1 Inyour notebook, complete the ingredients list and the recipe with the words. add any be bread can chop don't forget eggs mix mustn't onion put salt some LUE rt Omelettes are simple and delicious with or without ery y mushroom om {4) the onion and mushrooms into small pieces. (5) some oil in a pan. When it's warm, (©) the onions. When theyre soft, add the mushrooms. Don't make the oil very hot; the vegetables '7) burn! When the vegetables are cooked, add the eggs. You can also add (8) salt and pepper. (9) everything together. Cook for 5-10 minutes. 0) to cook the other side of the omelette too. 10) careful when you tum it over! Now your omelette is ready to.eat. Have you got (12) tomato sauce? Omelette is very good with that. You (23) also eat it with some fresh (14) Read the recipe again and choose the correct option, 1 You cant / can make an omel fe without eggs. 2 You must / mustn't put olin the pan. 3 Youcan/ 4 Youcan/ 5 ustrit make the oil very hot. lust cook both sides of the omelette an / Must you eat more than one omelette? Find these words in the recipe. 1 three fruit and vegetables 2 acatbohydrate 3 two examples of verbs connected with cooking Y Listening 4 [EBD Listen to a family talking about a holiday. Ir your notebook, write the things they have got anc the things they want to buy. [A Things theyhavegot | B Things they haven't g | or want to buy chewing gum | hair get Speaking 5 Find ten differences between the two pictures. Us Thereis /are, There isnt / aren‘, some, any, alot of Inpicture A there are come magazines, but in picture B th. aren't any magazines. Writing 6 Write five sentences about your home and school Use There is / are, There isn't / aren't, a, an, some, a ‘a lot of. Say what you can / can't do. Inmy bedroom at home, there are alot of magazines and games, but there aren't any school books. At school there big playground, but we can't ride bikes there. ances In this unit, we © describe clothes in the past and appearances © shop for clothes © write about memories Match photos 1-5 to the special occasions when people wear these costumes. camival fancy dress party parade theatre production traditional festival Compare two of the costumes. Which is your favourite? Why? Do you like wearing costumes? Why /Why not? Watch the video. (3) Video: Fashion in Camden Town Vocabulary and Rea (i) Vocabulary presentation (i) Vocabulary practice 1 Inyour notebook, write these: words in the correct category. Then add your own words to each list. boots cap cardigan dress hat hoodie jacket jeens leggings sandals shirt shoes shorts Skirt socks sweatshirt top trousers Tshirt Head: cap Upper body: cardigan Lower body: jeans Feet: boots Reading preparation 2 301 Match the fashions in pictures 1-5 to the timeline. Then read and listen to the text and check your answers. Which texts have no pjetures? inthe 19% century, and Europe © were only for young = The shorts were ba = at thetop and tight = the knee. ‘Shorts for = weren't common middle of the 20" ih 3 Read the text again and answer the ques 1 Inthe 16" century, why were collars a problem dinner table? 2. What type of weather was a problem for wome hoop skirts? 3 Was it normal for men to wear shorts in the 19" century? Why / Why not? 4 Why weren't paper dresses a good idea? 5 What was unusual about the design of some o (i) Reading extension 4. Check the meaning of the highlighted words i text. Then answer the questions. 1 Isanyone in your class wearing a top with a he 2. Isanyone wearing a shirt with a collar? 3 Do you prefer baggy or tight trousers? 4 Do you normally wear tops with long sleeves « short sleeves? 5 Which of your fiends is the most fashionable? [H) vocabulary practice T There was an unusual fasion | inthe 1960s: paper dresses! | They were very popular inthe {USA and they were for sale «inate biggest shops. Were ‘there any problems? Yes - in \ paper dress, you weren't « safe near fire. orin ther Inthe 1970s, high ‘patfom’ vs ‘cool for women and Hier Butinthe 184 century shoos were even higher wes impossée to walkin them without a helper. Grammar Past simple: be (7) Grammar animation 5 Inyour notebook, copy and complete the table with was, wasn't, were, weren't Twas a baby in 2002. it (2) popular in the 1960s. They were dangerous. 1) at school yesterday. You werent at home. We 2) fashionable. (@) you in bed? Was she happy? Were they popular at school? Affirmative Negative Questions {Grammar practice 6 inyour notebook, complete the sentences with was, wasn't, were, weren't. 1 Inwindy weather it (...) easy for women to walk in 3 hoop skirt 2 Inthe 16th century, high 3. Shorts (,..] popular with men bef )a bad thing to we hoes (...) fashionable. ore the 20th century. rin the rain! 4 Apaper dress (. (i) Grammar practice 7 Ask and answer the questions. you, at school / yesterday? Were you at school jyesterday? No, we weren't. It was Sunday - we were at home. thay / ast month? 1 it/yourt 2 your parents /at the cinet a /last night? V /last night? 3. your favourite show / or 5 your grandmother /a teenager /in the 19403%" Grammar there was / there were Tanguage summary SBp23¢ ee B Inyour notebook, complete the sentences wit was | wasn’t or there were / weren't. There was a fashion for paper dresses. 7 n show, W 1 (..)a lot of people at the fash 2 (...)aTVin our holiday house last year 3 (...)any red Tshirts, im afraid. X 9 inyour notebook, complete the text with the correct form of was / were. Rosie What (1) clothes like in the past, Mum? @) it fashionable to wear tight or baggy jeans? ‘Mum _ When I {) young, in the 1970s, trousers were very wide, Women’s skirts ‘#) long, right down to the floor. Rosie What about shoes? (9) trainers fashionable? Mum. No, they 6). Trainers were only for running at that time. There (7) an unusual fashion for high shoes for both men and women. Rosie That’s strange! Mum Well, fashions change. A lot of things ®) different in the 19708. Language in action 10 Write questions using was and were. Then ask and answer with a partner. 1. What / your favourite TV show when you were five? 2 Who / your first teacher? 3. When and where / you born? ‘4 Where / your favourite ever holiday? 5 What / your best present last Christmas or birthday? words as a baby? 6 What / your (i) Grammar practice @ He walked witha stick "1" 7] Vocabulary presentation (i) Vocabulary practi 1 Read the text and choose the correct headline. 1 Police Arrest Four Customers at Bank ‘The police are still looking for a bank robber than £1 million. The robber entered the bank ‘at 10.00 a.m. on Friday morning. The manager sounded the alarm, but the robber escaped with the money before the police arrived. Four helping police with a description of the robber 2 Answer the questions. When was the bank robbery? 1 2. How many customers were in the bank then? aw i hey doing with the police now 3. Use some of the words in the table opposite to describe the people A-F in the picture. 4 who walked away from the RSB Bank with more customers who were in the bank at the time are 302 Listen to the descriptions of suspects 1-4. Copy and complete the police officer's notes in your notebook. HEHEHE Description of suspect General [Hair | Eyes | Special appearance feature Suspect! |) ing, J | straight Q) | ceo ee SC«e ~~ | glasses “Toald | brown | Guspecté [et fom—«fam «(aa Gener Hair style / Hair Eyes — Special appearance eS fecal features fat bald blond | big | beard ofaverage height curly brown | blue | freckles short tong dark | brown | glasses slim mediumlength | ginger | green | moustact tal short grey | small well-built straight white wavy 5303, Which person in the picture does each speaker describe? Who do you think the robber was? Listen and check your answer. 6 Inyour notebook, complete the sentences with the words. arrest rob robber suspects 1 The police asked all the (...) the same questions, 2 Be carefull There is a(...) in the area 3. They'e planning to...) bank. 4 The police didn't...) the criminal. Grammar Past simple: regular verbs 3) Grammar animation 7 In your notebook, complete the table with the | correct form of the verbs in the past simple. [Atrio es epee eer I/You/He/ | robbed the bank yesterday. She /It /We/ | 1) with a stick. (walk) ‘You / They 2) from the bank. (escape) {31a backpack. (carry) [Neos I/You/He/ | dirt rob the bank yesterday. She /It /We/ | (4) witha stick. (walk) You/They | (5) from the bank. (escape) (6) a backpack. (carry) (i) orammar practice 8 Write the things Luke and Holly did / didn’t do yesterday. 1 Luke finished his project yesterday. 4 help Luke with his homework e 5 cary Grandnul’s Shopping howe ‘anelephant anorchestra 9 In your notebook, complete the text with the correct form of the past simple. | ask be describe notneed order phone reply walk | The worst criminal? A robber walked into a fast food restaurant and demanded all the money in the cash register. ‘I'm sorry,’ the assistant (¥), ‘I can’t open the register without a food order.’ The robber (2) a burger. ‘Can Ipay by credit card?’ he (3) Two minutes later the robber (4) out of the restaurant with the money and his burger The assistant (§) the police, and (© the robber. He was tall and slim with blond curly @& hair. But the police (2) a description. With the robber’s credit card information, it (8) eas; forthe policetofind and & arrest him! 8 Language in action 10 Use the words to write sentences in the past simple (affirmative and negative). Who can write the funniest sentence? Yesterday, my brother watched a film i x nines eo afilm pee Luke and football a : Funcehaae a § cleam your shoes ee — a ry SBpage95 Grammarreference Wopsge108 Unit 7