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Кутьина класс Рабочая тетрадь 2-е издание, исправленное Москва АКАД ЕМ КН И ГА/У Ч ЕБ Н И К 2016 УДК 373:811.111 ББК 81.2АНГЛ-922 Т35 Т35 рабочая тетрадь / С.Г. Тёр 2-е ИЗД-, испр. ^ М. с.: ил. Тер-Минасова, С.Г. Английский язык. 6 кл. Минасова, О.Г. Академкнига/Унебник, 2016. ISBN 978-5-494-01213-5 Рабочая тетрадь к учебнику (в печатной и электронной формах) С.Г. Тер-Минасовой, Л.М. УзунОвой, О.Г К^иной, Ю.С. Ясинской «Английский язык. 6 класс», включенному в федеральный перечень учебников, рекомендуемых к использованию при реализации имеющих государственную аккредетацию образовательных программ, является неотъемлемой частью учебно-методического комплекта. Она соотносится с материалом учебника, содержит упражнения, предназначенные для усвоения и закрепления изученного материала. УДК 373:811.111 ББК81.2АНГЛ-922 ISBN 978-5-494-01213-5 © С.Г. Тер-Минасова, О.Г Кутьина, 2014 © Оформление. ООО «Иадательство «Академкнига/Учебмж», 2014 eyond the Lessons .-•^•у';-г.-\-.>у \s-S'^. и®®: шШ-^^ sm ^•*йЙЧ' •»*.\W^iV« К^:- ■*'•*■ '.' . ■ .л. • .'’VX'^/<^^*Л^Л Ж '•-4tt' * •'■'''■* ?4S^ 1. Ask questions using the example. I was in the country in August, (seaside) - Were you at the seaside? 1. She was busy in July, (free) 2. They were in the mountains last summer, (winter) 3. The weather was wonderful in summer, (rainy) 4. The girls were good swimmers, (tennis players) 5. The rain was cold, (warm) 2. Complete the following sentences using the new words of the lesson. relax ■ common escaped picked ■ impressed beaches ■ believe ■ custom 1. I enjoy walking along sandy 2. It is difficult to______________ at the sea. that those stone figures were made by wind and water. 3. We talked much because we had 4. The Scots have a_____________ interests. to dance to traditional music at the palace square. i^V-aAv*. Unit I 5. The book 6. The boy me with unusual adventures of the hero. a flower and from the garden. 7. It is nice to in the warm salty water of the sea. 3. Write down the forms of the irregular verbs. V3 -ing form understand learnt read seeing drink spoke thought eating run • heard 4. Answer the following questions about your summer holidays. 1. Did you spend your holidays in the city/town or in the country? 2. When did you usually wake up in the morning? 3. What did you enjoy doing in your free time? 4. What was the weather like in the summer? 5. What interesting places did you visit in the summer? Beyond the Lessons 1. Ask questions using the example. He travelled a lot in summer, (autumn) - Did he travel much in autumn? 1. He spent holidays at the seaside, (mountains) 2. They visited many Russian towns during their journey, (villages) 3. The beautiful nature impressed the tourists, (churches) 4. I often picked berries in the forest, (mushrooms) 5. My parents escaped from the town, (country) 2. Write the forms of the irregular verbs. V3 -ing form take gave bought • finding choose woke paid teaching Unit I 3. Answer the questions using the example How long does it take you to get from home to school? - It takes me 5 minutes to get from home to school How long did it take him to read a book? - It took him a week to read the book. 1. How long does it take you to take a shower in the morning? 2. How long did it take her to walk with the dog? 3. How long does it take you to do your homework? 4. How long did it take them to clean the room? 5. How long did it take you to travel to Moscow? 4. Open the brackets. 1. If the weather is fine we (go) 2. If the sun (shine), __^_______ to the country. people wear sun glasses. 3. When it (rain) 4. When we are on holidays, we (travel) we usually open our umbrellas. to the beach. 5. If we (pick) some berries, the granny will cook jam. 5. Listen to the story of Mr Fogg and complete the chart below (SB, Ex. 5a). Where How long How 1 From London to Suez 8 days by railway and ship 2 From Suez to Bombay 6 Г L Beyond the Lessons Where How long How 3 From Bombay to Calcutta - 4 From Calcutta to Hong Kong 5 From Hong Kong to Yokohama 6 From Yokohama to California - 7 From California to New York 8 From New York to London • 6. Have you ever travelled? Fill in the thematic map and tell your classmates about your travelling (SB, Ex. 6). 7. Fill in the chart according to the texts in your Student’s Book (Ex. 7). The tour How many days Excursions Museums Other activities by bus on foot t • Sights of Moscow A visit to the lAoscow Metro St Petersburg ♦ The Hermitage Unit I How Excursions Other activities The tour many days by bus on foot Museums Vladimir and Suzdal • The sights of Vladimir and Suzdal 1. Ask questions using the example. had many bright impressions after summer holidays, (when) - When did you have many impressions? 1. I read three books last summer, (how many) 2. She learnt to play tennis in summer, (what) 3. My granny often picked berries and mushrooms in summer, (what) 4. My mum enjoyed gardening last summer, (when) 5. We had a sightseeing journey to England in July, (where) Beyond the Lessons 2. a) Listen to the projects “A Place to Visit in Russia” made by your classmates and fill in the chart below. • Name Place Famous for Things to do How to get there How long to stay there Alice Pskov history 4 sightseeing by train 3 days 1 2 • 3 b) Write about the project you liked the best. I think that AWczS us about story is the best. She told in her project. This place is famous for . You may do erent thinas there (to walk about beautiful parks/streets; enjoy listening to concerts; visit museums and exhibitions; see unusual things; learn much about history) ________________________________________________________________________ You can travel there It will take you hours/days to get there. Tourists stay there for with days/weeks there. I would like to visit this place 3. Complete the following sentences. Use the words from the box. drink water ■ listen ■ pick flowers ■ play with a ball ■ speak loudly give a seat 1. Don’t 2. in the city parks. 3. Don’t 4. Don’t 5. Don’t 6. to older people in transport. _____from the city rivers and lakes near roads. in public places. to what the weather is like before you go out Unit I 4. Match the parts of the sentences to make them true 1. If your classmates wear a school uniform, 2. When pupils are attentive and hard-working, 3. When people want to learn more about the world, 4. The school atmosphere is always friendly, 5. If you are impressed by some sights, 6. Children usually join sports clubs, a) when teachers and pupils understand each other. b) if they want to have many friends. c) they follow school rules. d) you take some pictures e) they travel much. f) they get good results at exams. 1. Put the sentences in the correct order and complete the dialogue. □ □ □ □ When did you come back? I am fine, too. Where have you been? I haven’t seen you for ages! Hi, how are you? Last Monday. Oh! I travelled about Russia in summer. Hello, I am fine, thanks. And you? 2. Group the following verbs: to run, to believe, to travel, to escape, to pl^n, to give, to play, to get, to learn, to sing, to study, to enjoy, to swim, to take, to stay, to wear, to join, to eat, to have, to hurry 1) speak - speaking, _____________________________________________________ 2) write Beyond the Lessons writing, 3) begin beginning, 4) fly flying. 3. Write down what people are planning to do the next week. 1. Mike is taking part in sports competition on Wednesday. 2. Liza a museum on Monday. 3. Nick and Willy 4. My granny to Berlin on Friday. 5. The children a doctor on Tuesday. _ young trees in the park on Thursday. 6. The musicians 7. The girls _____a concert on Saturday. in the Irish Club On Sunday. 4. Open the brackets. Last summer my friends (travel) a journey by train. It (take) to the Black sea. They (have) ____them two days to get to Sevastopol. They (live) in the centre of the town and (see) many places of interest there. They (be) museums very much. impressed by the war 1. Ask questions to the sentences. 1. Hubert’s aunt has just arrived from Spain. Has Hubert's aunt arrived from Spain yet? Unit I 2. Alice has never been good at Mathematics. 3. Ruth has always been interested in the history of Great Britain 4. Robert and Kelly have learnt to play the bagpipe. 5. Vlad and Tanya have studied many books about customs and traditions in Scotland. 6. My brother has taken part in Highland Games this year. 2. Match the parts of the sentences. 1. If you want to relax at the sandy beach, 2. If you want to dance at a ceilidh, 3. If you are interested in the poetry, 4. If you are good at history, 5. If you wear a kilt. a) read poems by Robert Burns. b) learn what the tartan means. c) travel to the USA. d) go to Scotland. e) join our “l-all-know” game. 3. Change the following sentences into negative ones. 1. Mike relaxed at the sandy beach in the Crimea. (Egypt) Mike didn't relax beach in 2. Kilts are worn by men. (women) 3. The policeman believed my story, (his) 4. You can escape troubles, (problems) 5. St Petersburg will impress you. (your friend) Beyond the Lessons 6. Russian people pick mushrooms in autumn, (winter) 4, Put the sentences in the correct order and make a story. Many tourists come to this place, which is not far from the main street in the Scottish capital. It is a monument to Bobby, a dog. People usually touch the dog’s nose. I I There is an unusual monument in one of the central streets in Edinburg. I I They believe to find a true friend. Bobby is famous for its devotion (преданность) to his master. 5. Tanya and Vlad made friends with Alexander MacLeod and Patrick Jeffrey. Listen to the stories about the boys and fill in the chart (SB, Ex. 1). Alexander MacLeod Patrick Jeffrey An instrument the boy plays At what age started to play music Likes Dislikes 1. Guess the word and write it down 1. To find a way out 2. To make or become less active or worried to impress to believe to escape common to relax Unit I 3. To think that something is true or real 4. The same interests 5. To produce a strong effect on someone 2. Change the sentences from the Passive Voice into the Active Voice was impressed by the film about the Great Patriotic War. The film about the Great Patriotic War impressed me 1. Moscow is believed to be a beautiful city. People_____________________________________________ 2. Mushrooms were picked by my grandfather. 3. Many guests are invited for the birthday party every year. We 4. Tea is drunk at 5 pm in England. The English _________________________ 5. Masks are usually worn for fun People 3. Put the sentences in the correct order and complete the message for your friend. I am glad that you are free on Saturday night. D Vlad I I Would you like to come to my place and meet my family? Dear Alexander, Hope to see you soon, Mum invites the guests at 5 pm. □ My mum has decided to organize a tea party. Yours, 2 3 Beyond the Lessons 4. Choose the correct answer. Would you like another cup of a) Yes, please. b) It’s great! c) Of course, yes. a) I am not hungry. b) I can do it myself c) Thank you. How do you do? a) I am fine, thanks. b) Glad to meet you. c) How do you do? 1. Give the forms of the adjectives using the examples. A. big - bigger - the biggest long -_______________________________________________ wide high old -great B. famous - more famous - the most famous beautiful -_______________________________________ colourful -exciting -interesting different - Unit I 2. Choose the correct word. 1. The territory of Russia is Scotland. 2. There are than the territory of 3. Edinburgh is 4. Loch Ness is 5. Ben Nevis is people in Glasgow than in Edinburgh ____than Glasgow. lake in Scotland, mountain in Great Britain. 3. Group the words into 3 themes. the Clyde ■ Aberdeen ■ the Grampians ■ Loch Lomond ■ Edinburgh ■ Ben Nevis ■ the Tweed ■ Glasgow ■ the Highlands 1. Cities/towns 2. Rivers/lakes: 3. Mountains: 4. Choose the correct tense form. 1. The train for Sochi 2. The children at 5:30 pm. (leaves/is leaving) a project about wild animals, (will make/make) 3. The tour 4. We at the railway station, (will end/ends) our Scottish friends tonight, (are meeting/will meet) 5. What are you plans for this Sunday? working) I . (will work/am answers to questions helow. 1. Can you translate this article? Yes, I Beyond the Lessons 2. Have you seen the monument to Pushkin? No, I 3. Did you arrive in Paris yesterday? Yes, I 4. Are you going to the theatre with Jack? No, I 5. Will you join us tomorrow? - 6. Does she often write letters? No, I Yes, 7. Do they attend classes every day? No, 8. Has he missed the concert? Yes, 2. Match the sentences with the meaning of the word to miss. 1. I miss you very much. 2. When I was a schoolboy, mum didn’t let me miss classes. 3. I don’t know how this story ends: the last three pages were missed. 4. Henry is late again! He is always missing the evening bus! 5. I haven’t been at home for four years I miss my family. to be too late to be lost to feel sad about something not to be present 3. Imagine that you are asking questions about Merchiston Castle School. What other information would you like to leant? Write your questions down. 1. 2. 3. 4. Compare your school and Merchiston Castle School. Use the example below. Merchiston Castle school is much older than my school; it was founded in 1833 while my school was opened in 19.../20.... ^ .. 17 Unit I 5. Fill in the chart about Merchiston Castle School using the dialogue in Ex. 6 (SB) and tell the class about it. Information Merchiston Castle School My School Founded 1833 Day/boarding (type of school) Number of students Special attention to After classes activities 6. Complete the chart information about your school and compare it with Merchiston Castle School (SB, Ex. 8). 1. Translate the following sentences into English. 1. Ольга пропустила много занятий в прошлом месяце - она болела 2. Джейн часто приходит в школу поздно - она обычно опаздывает на школьный автобус. 3. Я не люблю отдыхать в лагере и сестрёнке. я скучаю по родителям 4. Посмотри! Здесь нет пятой страницы! 5. Все дети в нашей стране должны ходить в школу. Beyond the Lessons 2. Write down the missing forms of the words. the best • worse many/much the least few 3. Open the brackets. 1. Helen attends her dance classes (many) Susan. 0 2. Robert speaks French (bad)______________ times a week than than Jake. 3. There are (few) 4. Mr Kleiton is (good) classes on Monday than on Tuesday, teacher at our school. 5. Last year Harry had (little) progress in history. 4. Tick the expressions which you have heard in the dialogue between Alex and Vlad. 1. What about...? □ 5. Can we try ... ? [_] 2. I would rather... □ 6. I would never ... I I 3. I’d like to have... □ 7. I hate ... [_] 4. I feel like... □ 8. That sounds good. I I 1. Put the sentences in the correct order and complete the dialogue □ □ □ Oh, it’s a typical autumn day. Is it still raining now? It was cold and rainy in the morning. No, the rain has stopped and the sun is shining! What is the weather like in London today? Unit I 2. Match the words 1) to avoid 2) to share 3) to search for 4) to understand 5) to miss 6) to attend 7) to believe 8) to escape a) information b) each other c) school d) friends e) problems f) stress g) a room h) your own eyes 3. Give the answers to the following questions. Are you writing a letter to your pen friend? - No, I have already written it. 1. Are you searching for information about customs in Spain? 2. Are you helping your brother with his project? 3. Are you meeting your parents at the airport today? 4. Are you playing that new computer game? 5. Are you learning your words for the new play at the Drama Club? % 4. Choose the correct word. 1. We haven’t met last autumn, (since/for) 2. Mary has shared her room with her sister for) 3. William has attended the Chess Club four years, (since/ 4. Elisabeth hasn’t missed any classes childhood, (since/for) a long time, (since/for) 5. The tourists have shared their impressions (since/at) Beyond the Lessons the excursion. 5. Make a thematic map about learning foreign languages. Use the dialogue in Ex. 2 (SB). *1. Communication workshop. Read the following situations and complete them with the phrases from the box. Can we try something else? ■ You don’t say so! I am not sure about that. ■ It just won’t do! ■ As far as I know... ■ It impressed me greatly. ■ There is no excuse for it! 1. How did you like your travelling to Ireland? 2. What about going to the concert of Scottish music? 3. was written by Roald Dahl “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” 4. We will have only winter and summer holidays! 5. How about the excursion to the art gallery? 6. Will you write the article about your journey? Unit I 7. Little Johnny has eaten all the ice cream. 2. Complete the sentences. 1. In summer many families travel to the south. It is so nice to relax on a sandy a) seaside b) beach c) river 2 Have you seen this film? How did they d) side from the castle? a) run b) go c) escape d) leave 3 You know, Europeans don’t mushrooms and berries in the forest. a) pick b) collect c) take d) get 4 The show was very interesting. It us greatly. a) liked b) impressed c) shocked 5 Scottish people have many Celtic 4t a) common b) celebrations c) ceilidh d) left and traditions, d) customs 6 People of Scotland and Russia have much in in their culture, a) common b) general 7 George is a) coming b) going c) custom in Irkutsk on Monday c) arriving d) tradition V* d) travelling 8 That was Monday and Tom Sawyer thought hard how to school a) attend b) miss c) escape d) go 9. In Russia all children at the age of 7 must school. a) attend b) miss c) come d) go 10 Robinson Crusoe people very much on his island a) visited b) missed c) escaped d) impressed 11 I haven’t seen my granny summer. a) from b) for c) since d) after 12 Berth is for information about “Columbus Day” a) searching b) finding c) seeing d) watching Beyond the Lessons 13 After Jim travelled to his classmates. his impressions with a) told b) spoke c) shared d) said 14 I I to have pen friends from different _ problems with writing letters. a) avoid b) stop c) finish d) escape 3. Match the authors with the titles of the books. 1) Mark Twain 2) Robert L, Stevenson 3) Jules Verne 4) Frances Burnett 5) Jean Webster a) The Treasure Island b) A Little Princess c) The Adventures of Tom Sawyer d) Daddy-Long-Legs e) Around the World in 80 Days *4 ■ Use Exercise 3 above and write down what books you have already read or what films you have already seen; who wrote those books. I have already read the book ”Just So Stories". It was written Rudyard Kipling. I have seen many cartoons based on Kipling's books. 1. 2. 3. .1* ■ ■ J ' ;Г>^; *Гщ^ . -v^ •-— he Way You Live ж л'/ 1. Name and write down the parts of the body according to the picture Use the words from the box. nose short hair shoulder-length hair shoulder full lips thin lips cheeks forehead eyes neck ears 2. Change the sentences. Use the words: early/mid/late. 1. She is 27. She is in her late twenties. 2. Jack is 35. 3. Mike’s dad is 42. 4. My elder brother is 19 5. Alice is 24. 6. Mr Dodson is 68. The Way You Live Is the Way You Look 3. Communication workshop. Match the sentences. 1. How old is your sister? 2. What is your sister? 3. What does she look like? 4. Whom does she take after? 5. What does she like? 6. What is she like? 1 . I s f- 11 I* t I I'l [■; a) She is as beautiful as our mother. b) She enjoys playing tennis. c) She is tall and slim, her eyes are blue and hair is dark and shoulder-long. d) She is in her late teens. e) She is a student. f) She is clever and hard-working. 4. Describe the picture, use the words from the box plump/slim short/tall smiling oval/round face serious/ long/short/ shoulder-length hair dark/fair hair curly/straight hair ■ big/little eyes thin lips 5. Listen to Vlad and learn more about his friends. Fill in the chart below (SB, Ex. 2a). Age Place of living Family Life situations Likes Dislikes Andrew Ann • Mary Nikita Me |Г. Unit II 1. Match the parts of the idioms 1) As busy as 2) As hungry as 3) As slow as 4) As wise as 5) As brave as 6) As free as 7) As quiet as 8) As strong as 9) As clever as 10) As quick as a) a snail b) a Hon c) a horse d) a mouse e) a squirrel f) a bee g) a monkey h) a wolf i) an owl i) a bird 2. Change the following sentences using the construction used to to to to 1. Patrick lived in Glasgow when he was little. Patrick used to live in Glasgow. 2. Margo sang at school concerts when she was a little girl 3. There was a beautiful park here many years ago. 4. People wrote messages on paper twenty years ago. 5. Three hundred years ago people bought food at markets. 6. People travelled on horse or by ship in the 19th century. The Way You Live Is the Way You Look 3. Fill in the chart with the correct form of the adjectives. expensive more original • the cheapest bright smaller the most popular little better the worst 4. Answer the questions and describe the character 1. Who is she? 2. What is she? 3. How old is she? 4. How does she look like? 5. What is she like? 6. What does she like? 5 Look at the pictures in your Student’s Book. Listen to the sentences and tick “True” or “False” (SB, Ex. 3). Statement True False 1 The green suitcase isn’t as big as the yellow one. 2 The green suitcase isn’t as heavy as the yellow one. 3 The green suitcase is as new as the yellow one. • 4 The yellow suitcase isn’t as light as the green one. 5 The yellow suitcase is as small as the green one. 6 The green suitcase is as big as the yellow one. 1 1 Unit II 6. Look at the pictures of Maggie in your textbook. Listen to the text and fill in the chart below (SB, Ex. 5a). 8 years old 12 years old Short hair Long hair Pink dresses Jeans and T-shirts • Strawberry ice-cream • Chocolate “Alice in Wonderland’’ “Treasure Island’’ Badminton Tennis “Great!” “Wow!” j'^\-\pZ\' 1. Match the adjectives with their antonyms. 1) ambitious 2) optimistic 3) easy-going 4) handsome 5) intelligent 6) polite 7) practical 8) energetic I .-.I » ! a) silly b) rude c) hard d) pessimistic e) ugly f) passive g) lazy h) impractical 2. Complete the sentences with the words from Ex. 1. 1. It’s really very to anybody! to talk with Mary for she doesn’t listen The Way You Live Is the Way You Look 2. I always feel 3. Bob is the most after my Sunday walks in the park. _ in our group, his work is the best 4. I think you should be 5. My sister Kate is if you want to be successful in life. , she loves talking with people. 6. My mum doesn’t think that it is very to learn Japanese because very few people speak it in our country, 3. Complete the sentences using the information from Ex. 5 of your Student’s Book. 1. People whose favourite colour is red are 2. She usually wears something orange, I think she is 3. If your choice is yellow, then you are 4. People who like green are usually 4. Paraphrase the following sentences using the example. My friends will go to the museum on Saturday. - My friends are going to the museum on Saturday 1. Will you join us tomorrow? 2. The teacher will meet your parents after the lessons because you are very rude with your classmates. 3. I will take some pictures of this street on Sunday, it’s very picturesque. 4. Susan will not buy any souvenirs after the excursion, she is too practical. Unit II 5. Will you read this new book about adventurous kittens on holidays? 5. Answer the questions using the verb prefer. 1. Does Ann likes dogs or cats? - She prefers cats to dogs 2. What colour do you wear in clothes?__________________________ 3. What books do you usually read: detectives or fantasy? 4. What ice-cream will you eat: chocolate or vanilla? 5. What TV programmes does your granny watch: serials or news? 6. Where do your parents rest on holidays: at the seaside or in the mountains? 1. Complete the sentences using the words from the box. 1. I don’t know what to do in this situation you good advice. She is always Ask Mary, she can give 2. What an interesting project! Who is so_________________________________ 3. Look at my collection of dolls! - I see that you are very______________ of it. 4. What can you say about George, a new boy in your class? 9 He IS , he understands people and looks very optimistic The Way You Live Is the Way You Look 5. Have you got a friend? - Sorry to say, no. I don’t tell my secrets to anyone. 6. prefer to make my project with Jack rather than with Willy. Jack is more and it’s easier to work with him. 2. Read the following sentences and characterize these people. 1. Her favourite colour is grey. She must be very proud of herself. 2. He likes to talk to different people. He must be_________________________ 3. Margaret prefers black to other colours. 4. My little sister enjoys doing things with her hands: toys, boxes, dolls 5. Andrew has won the Olympiad in Maths. 6. His aunt always feeds animals and birds in the street. 3. Write true sentences about yourself. 1. Sociable I don't think that I am sociable because I prefer to stay at home. 2. Faithful - I think that I am a faithful friend because I never tell secrets of other people. 3. Creative -_______________________________________________________________ 4. Ambitious - _____________________________________________________________ 5. Caring -_________________________________________________________________ 6. Intelligent -____________________________________________________________ 7. Impolite -_______________________________________________________________ 8. Impractical 9. Pessimistic Unit II 4. Write down what character traits (черты характера) you would like to have. 1. I would like to be more sociable because sociable people are usually easy to communicate. 2. 3. 4. 5. Write down what character traits you want to get rid of (избавиться) 1. I buy a lot of unnecessary things, I am very Impractical 2. ________________________________________________________________ 3. ________________________________________________________________ 4. 6. Listen to what Patrick and Alexander are telling Tanya and Vlad about their classmates and match their names to the features of character (SB, Ex. 5). Choose one of the children you would like to be friends with. Explain why. 1) Jeff a) 2) Mary b) 3) John c) 4) Peter d) 5) Helen e) 6) Sallie f) 7) Harry g) 8) Jane h) 9) Maggie i) a) caring b) sociable c) ambitious d) creative e) intelligent f) proud (of) g) practical helpful 1 6 2 A 7 3 8 4 9 5 The Way You Live Is the Way You Look rv: . 1. Put the adjectives in the correct form and complete the sentences 1. Jerusha is the most intelligent (intelligent) girl in my class. 2. Susan lives in a bigger (big) house than George. 3. Ann is 4. Fiona is not as 5. Mike is (ambitious) than her younger sister. _______(creative) as Sheila. (faithful) friend I have ever had 6. Patrick is as 7. Sam is (easy-going) as Vlad. 8. Nina’s project is (smart) boy I have ever met. __________(good) than Sveta’s 2. Study the chart below and compare character traits of John and Jack. Write down the sentences. John Jack 1 sociable unfriendly 2 careless intelligent 3 impractical practical 4 polite rude 5 easy-going ambitious 6 handsome unpleasant 7 creative boring John is more sociable than Jack, while Jack is more intelligent than John. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. . r d Ч Ч Unit II 3. Imagine that you are asking your friend about his visit to another Write 1. When he/she was there. 2. If he/she travelled with parents 3. Where he/she lived there. _____ 4. How long he/she stayed there 5. What places he/she saw.______ 6. Where he/she ate there. 7. If he/she liked the journey. 4. Complete the sentences using the correct tense form. Sally is the most creative girl I ever (to meet) in my life. We camp. We______________ (to make) friends last year in the summer (to share) the room. We (to spend) much time together and I because she always _______________ (not to get) bored (to imagine) something original. When (to come) back home, my mum (to be) surprised to see that friendly. (to become) more sociable and 5. Listen to Patrick and Vlad’s conversation and fill in the chart below (SB, Ex. 2 a, b). Russia Britain A place to live in Type of the house A lift Number of rooms Garden Own room e. Tick in the chart on page 35 what Patrick and Nick are different in and what they have in common (SB, Ex. 7). The Way You Live Is the Way You Look In common Different Age • Favourite books Colours in clothes Toys Computer Subjects at school Character Favourite singers • Rooms Hobbies v****4v;*,v-v/ 1. Write the following dates in words 1. 1605 - sixteen oh five 2. 1862 - eighteen sixty-two 3. 1620 - 4. 1789 5. 1812 6. 1945 7. 1066 8. 1903 2. Match the holidays with the dates. Write down the sentences 1) New Year 2) St Valentine’s Day 3) The International Women’s Day 4) Fool’s Day 5) Victory Day 6) Halloween 7) Christmas a) October, 31 b) December, 25 c) May, 9 d) January, 1 e) February, 14 f) April, 1 g) March, 8 Unit II 1. New Year is celebrated on the first of January 2. ___________________________________________________________ 3. ________________________________________________. . 4. ___________________________________________________________ 5. ________________________________________________________^ 6. ___________________________________________________________ 7. 3. Study the chart below and compare character traits of the three girls. Character traits Carina Lana Catherine 1 Helpful 2 Optimistic 3 Pretty 4 Original 5 Caring V' 6 Attentive 7 Smart 1. Lana is the nfiost helpful of the three girls, (v^v^) Carina is more helpful than Catherine. (^) 2. 3. 4 5 6 7. The Way You Live Is the Way You Look 4. Make up questions about the pilgrims. Ask about the following: 1. Why the pilgrims left England for America. - Why did the pilgrims leave England for America? 2. If the pilgrims had religious problems in their country. -____________ 3. Who the pilgrims invited to the feast. 4. How many days the feast lasted. 5. If the pilgrims celebrated the good harvest in 1620 or 1621 6. What food the pilgrims cooked on their first feast. *5. Choose the words from the box to describe the first pilgrims in America. Write down your sentences. helpful ambitious brave religious hard-working friendly careless unhappy ■ faithful ■ pessimistic ■ energetic ■ rude ■ wise successful ■ helpless 1. The pilgrims were brave people because they crossed the ocean. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Unit II 6. Fill in the chart below. Then tell your classmates about your brother/sister or cousin. Say what you have in common and what you are different in. Use the word while. You Your sister/brother/ cousin Age Favourite books Favourite colours in clothes Computers (common/ your own) Subjects at school Character Favourite singers Room (common/your own) Hobbies Friends Likes/Dislikes 7. a) Explain why you want to thank these people. (SB, Ex. 8) 1. My mum - loves me, cares for me___________________________ 2. My dad 3. My sister/brother 4. My cousin 5. My friend - 6. My teacher -V *b) Write down your story using the example. On Thanksgiving day we try to remember those people who are very dear to us and thank them for everything they have done for us. I always say “Thank you" to my mum because she loves me and cares for me._________________________ The Way You Live Is the Way You Look 1. Answer the questions. 1. What is your favourite holiday? 2. When do you celebrate it? 3. Do you give or get presents on this day? 4. Do your relatives do anything special on this holiday? 5. How do you celebrate this day? 2. Match the names of holidays with their descriptions. One holiday is odd. 1. On this day people like giving flowers to women and sweets to men They also write very kind cards to each other. Unit II 2. All members of the family are busy in houses on this day. They tidy tasty, does nothing. 3. It’s the favourite holiday of children In Great Britain and the USA. They usually have fancy parties and wear funny costumes. They also eat a lot sweets on this day. 4. All the family tries to meet on this day. People decorate their houses with ever-green trees and put presents under them. The next day they go to visit their friends and give them some presents too. 5. It’s day of fun and jokes. But only till the clock strikes 12 am. 3. Write about your mum using the plan below. 1. What her name is. 2. How old she is. 3. What she is by profession. 4. How she looks like. 5. What character traits she has. 6. What clothes she likes to wear. 7. What she does in her free time. 8. What she dislikes doing The Way You Live IstheWayYou Look 4. Open the brackets using the correct form of the verb. There (to be) many tales and fairy tales about family life. The Russian tale The Turnip family. Everybody (to be) about friendship in the tale (to know) it: the young and the old. This (to publish) in the Russian magazine 150 years ago. Many years ago Russian people and (to eat) much turnip because they (to grow) _____(not to have) potato. If the turnip harvest (to be) good, the family (not to be) hungry in winter. All members of the family (to work) hard. The cat in the story (to keep) harmony in the house, the dog (to take) care of the house, the mouse (to show) that the family is rich. 5. Listen to Alexander’s story about his family and put the facts under the correct headings (SB, Ex. 7a). Where he lives Relatives Work Unit II 1. Match the parts of the sentences (1—5 and a — e) 1. If you are more attentive you 2. If Helen begins wearing brighter colours in clothes 3. Optimistic people prefer 4. If you want to have more friends 5. If you are good at school a) she will look prettier. b) to spend their free time in public places. c) your parents are proud of you. d) you will see the difference between these two dresses e) then you should think how to become more sociable. 2. Open the brackets. 1. Last weekend my family (to spend) in the park 2. There (to be) a custom to celebrate Thanksgiving Day in the family. 3. Next summer holidays we (to fly) to the seaside 4. We al ready (to buy) all products for our picnic. 5. Look! They (to gather) things for the holiday. 3. Ask 3 questions to each sentence. 1. Parents often join their children for picnic games. Do parents____________________________________________ What Whom 7 ■ 9 9 The Way You Live Is the Way You Look 2. George prefers a barbeque picnic to sightseeing Does What Why 9 ■ 9 ■ 9 3. A cool box is used to keep products fresh Is When What Last 1 Did 9 ■ 9 9 When Where 9 ■ 9 ■ 9 4. Match the things for a picnic with the activities on a picnic (SB, Ex. 5b, 6a). Write down 1 Things to take for a picnic 1) balls 2) sacks 3) rockets 4) a kite 5) sudoku puzzles 6) a newspaper or a magazine 7) a camera 8) a picnic basket 9) a cool box 10) a blanket 11) things to make a barbeque 1 2 3 4 5 6 £.6 Activities to do on a picnic a) to have a picnic lunch b) to make a barbeque c) to play football d) to play hide-and-seek e) to play badminton f) to play rounders g) to throw a ball h) to fly kites i) to read j) to take pictures k) to run a sack race l) to do puzzles m) to keep the food fresh n) to sit on 7 8 9 10 11 Unit II 5. Write down questions to the sentences 1. What ideal places for a picnic are. __ 9 2. How often your family cooks barbeque. 9 3. What ideal weather for picnic is. 4. Whom you invite to spend a day together. 5. What games your friends play. 1. Match the definitions with the words. t) a good looking girl 2) someone who wants to be successful 3) someone with good imagination 4) someone who likes to be in company 5) a good-looking man 6) clever, smart 7) someone who is impolite 8) someone who is pleasant to spend time with a) intelligent b) handsome c) ambitious d) easy-going e) pretty f) rude g) creative h) sociable 2. Communication workshop. Match the sentences. 1. Can you help me? I am looking for the information about family traditions in the USA. 2. By the way, who has won the sack race? 3. Have you had dinner at school? 4. Weren’t they afraid of football hooligans at picnic? 5. Has she written the composition successfully? The Way You Live Is the Way You Look a. Sure, she is as clever as a monkey. b. Sorry, I am as busy as a bee today. c. No, the boys are as brave as a lion. d. It’s the Greens. They are as quick as a squirrel e. No, and I am as hungry as a wolf. 3. Write sentences about people’s activities. 1. Jane sings as a bird. Joanna is bad af singing. Jane sings better than Joanna. 2. Alexander runs as slow as a snail. Ernest is the fastest boy in the group. 3. Susan looks as beautiful as a princess. Margaret is not attractive. 4. John always eats much, he must be as hungry as a wolf. Jack is a poor eater. 5. Mary sits as quiet as a mouse. Max is very noisy. 4. Complete the sentences with the correct tense form. One day George said that he a younger brother. So Mr and Mrs Little (to want) to have _______(to adopt) 45 Unit II a mouse, Stuart. Their cat Snowball (to become) very angry he (not to want) any mice in the house! But Stuart (to be) happy. Stuart was very helpful about the house. He (to be) very small and he (can) do many useful things. One day Mrs Little (to go) and (to lose) a very expensive ring from her finger. Stuart (not to be) very pessimistic about it. He (to put) on his old clothes and _______________ (канализационная труба). In a minute Stuart (to go) down the drain (to be) back. He (to smile) at Mrs Little and (to give) her the ring. Everybody (to think) that it was very unpleasant in the drain, because Stuart’s clothes (to be) dirty and black. .V • ,лЧ..* .Г-: . Ш^-‘- /кгУЛ^г/хл'* atural and ities of ШШ"- . ii^' . ■: :: ... 1. Underline the correct words to make true sentences about Great Britain. 1. The official name of the country is the Kingdom of Great Britain/ the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. 2. The UK is situated on the British Isles/Great Britain. 3. People who live in the UK are called Englishmen/the British. 4. London is the capital of Britain/the UK. 5. Northern Ireland is a part of the UK/lreiand. 6. The Tudor rose is the symbol of Wales/England. 7. St Andrew is the patron saint of Ireland/Scotland. 8. Dragon is painted on the flag of Scotland/Wales. 9. Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland/England. 10. The flag of the UK is called Union Jack/Uncle Sam. 2. Group the words in the box according to the historical symbols. Lancaster ■ St Patrick ■ the Norsemen ■ the Saxons ■ York ■ St David Tudor ■ Celtic ■ magical number ■ barefoot ■ the War of Roses the diet A rose, A daffodil, A thistle. A shamrock. Unit III *3. Complete the text with the words from the box language power ancient knights pain sword prefer defend ■ nature Great Britain is famous for its stories about brave and beautiful ladies. Legends about King Arthur are the most popular with people who ____________ magician who had much kings how to reading fantasy. Merlin was a . The magician taught the Saxons. He understood the England from the Norsemen and the of birds and animals. The old man knew many secrets of people with and could help and different illnesses Merlin also helped King Arthur get a magic 4. Change the sentences into negative ones. 1. Ancient people knew how to read and write 2. There were many theatres in ancient times. 3. In the Middle Ages (Средневековье) all men fought with a sword 4. In ancient times knights travelled on foot. 5. In the Middle Ages all people lived in castles. 5. Listen to the dialogue between Tanya and Vlad and complete the chart below. Country Patron Saint Day of Celebration England Wales Scotland Northern Ireland Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries *1. Fill in the chart below. Country Capital People Language Flower symbol (draw) Flag (draw) England A rose Cardiff Scots Gaelic 2. Imagine that you are going to make a project about Roses. There is some information about Rose Parade in California in the pictures. Unit III a) Write down the answers to the following questions 1. When does the parade take place?_____________________ 2. How old is the tradition of Rose Parade? b) Write questions for more information about the parade 1) If you can get to the parade by bus; 2) What time it begins;_________________ 3) How much it costs; _____________ 4) What the parade is famous for; 3. Underline the correct word to make sentences true. 1. Northern Ireland is the smallest/biggest country of the United Kingdom. 2. English/lrish is mostly spoken in Northern Ireland. 3. There is the North/lrish Sea between Ireland and Great Britain. 4. There are more people in Northern Ireland than in Wales/Scotland. 5. Sadly/happily famous ship Titanic was built in Belfast. 6. Lough Neagh in Northern Ireland is the largest fresh water lake in Europe/the world. 4. Match the questions and the answers. 1. When do the Irish people celebrate the national day? 2. What are national symbols of Northern Ireland? 3. Are there any tourist attractions in Northern Ireland? 4. What is Giant’s Causeway? 5. What do the Irish like to eat? a. They are a shamrock and the red hand. b. It’s very big stone steps. c. St Patrick’s Day is on March, 17. d. It’s Irish stew. It is cooked from meat, potato and onion e. Yes, there are. Giant’s Causeway is one of them. Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries 1. Change the following sentences into Passive. 1. The English Channel separates Europe and Great Britain. Europe and Great Britain are separated Channel. 2. The Dutch grow many tulips and other flowers. the English 3. Different countries hold a parade on Victory Day, 4. Americans wrote their Constitution in 1786. 5. Our class usually gives flowers to veterans on Victory Day. 6. This famous director makes many films about the Great Patriotic War. 2. Rewrite the following text using the Passive Voice where necessary. Americans adopted the American bald eagle as the official bird emblem of the USA in 1782. They chose the bald eagle because it is beautiful and strong. In the wild these birds can live 30-35 years. They fly up to 30 miles an hour. They can dive and catch fish. They feed their chicks with fish and small animals. Two eagle parents take care of the little chicks. The American bald eagle was adopted as the official emblem of the USA in 1782.________________________________________ Unit III 3. Read the following statements and ask questions in the Passive Voice for more information. 1. Many images associated with England are found on souvenirs. What images are found on souvenirs? 2. Red Post Boxes and Telephone Kiosks can be seen in the streets of English cities and towns. 3. The London Eye is visited by thousands of tourists every day. 4. English tea is usually bought as a souvenir. 5. St Paul’s Cathedral is situated in the City. *4. Here are some facts about St George, the patron saint of England. Write down a story about this man. 1. Known as patron saint of England, Russia, Spain, Greece and many other countries and cities. 2. Popular for his ideas about honour (честь) and bravery (храбрость). 3. Known little about his real life. 4. Born in Turkey. 5. Lived in the 3rd century. 6. Parents/Christians (христиане). 7. Became a Roman soldier. 8. Defended Christians. 9. Taken to prison. 10. Killed in Palestine. St George is known as patron saint of England, Russia, Spain, Sreece and many other countries and cities. ______________ Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries 1. Match transcription with the words and write down their translation 1. [■раоэ] a) soap 2. [’einjont] b) torch 3. ['kaendl] ^ c) power 4. [sotjp] d) servant 5. [pern] e) ancient 6. [nait] f) glass 7. [glais] g) defend 8. [so:d] h) pain 9. [to:tn i) candle 10. ['s3:vont] j) knight 11. [di'fend] k) sword сила, мощь 2. Complete the text with the words from Ex. 1. 1. Brenda went downstairs. It was dark and cold there. The light from ___________was very weak and the girl could hardly see in the the darkness. \. 2. Brenda knew that many brave _________________ castle and they lived in that the town with their 3. Brenda looked at herself in the looking pretty face with big green eyes. and saw a Unit III 4, Brenda was a in the castle. She had to light in the main hall when it became dark and to make fire in the fire places when it was cold. 5. Brenda didn’t feel any ______________ glass because she thought where to get when she stepped on the for her lady. 6. Brenda’s lord was very rich and he had much country. in the 3. Continue the following sentences. 1. King Arthur was 2. Merlin was 3. Hank Morgan was from 4. Hank Morgan taught people 4. Underline the correct word and complete the text. Mark Twain is/was a famous American writer. He has written/ wrote many books for children. A Connecticut Yankee in the Court of King Arthur is/was written in 1889. The book tells/told us about the adventures of a young American man Hank Morgan. Hank has/ had an accident and travells/travelling in time. He makes/make a journey from America of the 19th century to Great Britain of the 6th century. Hank was surprised/surprising that ancient people don’t/ doesn’t know many simple things and had/have very few comforts in life. Rewrite 1. We will buy some souvenirs in Wales. Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries 2. Tourists will climb the mountain in good weather. 3. She will take more pictures in the national park. 4. Our group will visit the most ancient castles of the country. 5. The government will build new hotels in this region soon. 2. Complete the letter using the correct prepositions. - I A I - vs-----'* jw,-- - • j;*. j'. Jane Cardiff Wales November 15, 2014 Dear Jane, Thank you our friends your letter. It’s great to learn news Scotland. In your last letter you asked me Brevis. went there my journey car with three friends. It took us about two hours to travel Cardiff St Brevis. our way we enjoyed beautiful sights ancient churches and castles. St Brevis is known its castle which was built live King John. But most of all this place is famous ________this castle. We spent a night______________ ghosts which the castle and saw a ghost! By the way, how did you spend your autumn holidays? Remember me Best wishes, Susan our friends. Drop me a line. m • *1ЛЛ I ■ ^ V • 1 ” . (utUi v: ..•T^ : r*' -i ./ft- к V .V. 1^*4^ «j «4 .. . ■ :?.a / r,**; » f- u. . Ч 4 -L ' *. L Л •w- ?(h\ wnj/ушщ у v vi, • Unit III 3. Make up sentences from the given words. Use the Passive Voice 1. Tourists, to impress, Snowdon. The tourists were impressed with Snowdon. 2. Many national parks, to situate, Wales. 3. Wales, to wash, the Irish Sea. 4. Ancient castles, to build, many centuries ago. 5. Legendary Camelot, to defend, the knights of the Round Table 6. Prince, to bear, Wales. 4. Underline the correct word to complete the story. The national/traditional flag of Wales has the Red/White Dragon on it. The flag was given/taken an official status in 1959, but the dragon has been the legend/symbol of Wales for centuries. It is the oldest/newest national flag in the world. It was made/used by King Arthur and other ancient/famous Celtic leaders. 1. Put the following nouns into plural. a lady - ladies a torch - a candle a magician a sword -a church -a volcano a photo -a country a beach -a glass -a fish - a poppy a beauty а sheep а person an ox Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries a wonder - a cliff a holiday 2. Paraphrase the following sentences. 1. We travelled to Wales two years ago. We haven't been to Wales for two years. 2. Mary wrote a letter last week. Mary hasn't written letters since last week 3. My family visited Great Britain five years ago. 4. George took pictures last year. 5. Susan swam in the sea last June 6. Mike had an excursion two weeks ago. 7. The children made a project last month attraction for more information. Wales 1. Cardiff Castle 2. Snowdon Mountain Railway 3. Welsh Mountain Zoo 4. Bodnant Gardens 1. Location. - Where is Snowdon Mountain Railway situated? 2. Working hours. -____________________________________________________ 3. Price. 4. Transport to the attraction. 5. Excursions. Unit III 6. Things to do and to see 7. Souvenir shops. 4. Complete the text with the words from the box wood a gift hoiidays hand-made present customs ancient different back Weish peopie have got many uhusuai One of them is giving a iove-spoon as and traditions. different Love-spoons are aii are ____. It is given on : birthday, St Valentine’s Day, New Year and others. nilar spoons - they and two . The spoons are made from they are very beautiful. In the times young men made such spoons for girls whom they liked. If the girl kept this , all was well. If she sent it , she didn’t want to see the man again. Щ 1. Paraphrase the following sentences. 1. I have never seen such a beautiful place. It's the most beautiful place I have ever seen 2. She has never lived in such a big house. 3. We have never heard such lovely music. 4. Jack has never played such unusual Welsh instruments. 5. Fiona has never eaten such tasty Welsh food. Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries 6. My parents have never been at such a romantic place. 2. Put the adjectives in the correct order. 1) a Welsh/ lovely/spring festival - a lovely Welsh Spring festival 2) a(an) square/old /stone tower -_________________________________________ 3) a(an) famous/ summer/ exciting show - . 4) a(an) English/ impressive/ historical place 5) a(an) popular/ Italian/ folk song -_______ 6) a cheap/ tasty/ French dish ______________ 3. Match the adjectives with the opposites. 1) old 2) beautiful 3) expensive 4) well-known 5) quiet 6) colourful 7) fantastic 8) powerful 9) interesting 10) clean 11) impressive 12) big a) unknown b) common c) dull d) ugly e) boring f) new g) cheap h) dirty i) noisy j) small k) colourless l) weak 4. Compare places and things. Use the adjectives from Ex. 3. 1. Life: city/village Life in the city is noisy while In the village it Is quiet 2. Dress: Mary’s/ Ann’s 3. Books: by Mark Twain/ John Gray Unit III 4. Lake: in the country/in the city 5. Price: cottage/castle 6. Sight: near the river/on the way to the village 1. Change the sentences using the example. 1. Can’t you find a more beautiful place? Is it the most beautiful place you can find? 2. Can’t you sing a more pleasant song? 3. Can’t he make better pictures? 4. Can’t they stop at a quieter place? 5. Can’t he speak in a louder voice? 6. Can’t we buy a cheaper dress? 2. Change the following nouns and verbs into adjectives. Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries to impress - impressive to collect - to protect to defend to effect to attract to reflect 3. Choose the adjectives from the box which help describe 1) weather : changeable,____________________________________ 2) people:__________________________________________________ 3) forest: _________________________________________________ 4) water: __________________________________________________ 5) mountains: ______________________________________________ romantic picturesque changeable towering great peaceful famous brave rainy quick wild deep caref u I clever wonderful impressive quiet thick sunny calm kind snowy 4. Complete the following sentences with the true information about the Isle of Skye. 1. The Isle of Skye is situated______________________________________ 2. This place is famous for__________________________________________ 3. Many tourists arrive at the Isle to see 4. Dunvegan castle is___________________ 5. There is a legend about 5. Listen to the dialogue between Tanya and Vlad and tick the correct answer (SB, Ex. 6). 1. The programme a) Around the World b) The Wonderful life of Animals c) Across the National Parks of Great Britain □ 2. The theme of the programme a) The best tourist attractions in Scotland b) Natural attractions on the Isle of Skye c) The most romantic places in Scotland □ Unit III 1. Paraphrase the following sentences. 1. As we travel farther about the country, it becomes hotter. farther we travel, the hotter it becomes. 2. As she read more stories on history, she became cleverer. The 3. As we spent more time together, we understood each other better. 4. As he spoke more with the English, his vocabulary became richer. 5. As Tom does his homework worse, his marks become poorer. 6. As the girls walk longer in the park, their health becomes better. 2. Change the following nouns into adjectives and translate them into Russian. 1. nerve nervous - нервный 2. adventure 3. mountain 4. danger - 5. poison - 6. mystery - 7. religion - / 8. fame - 3. Write down 3—4 adjectives to describe places in Australia. 1. Continent: the smallest, the driest, the most poisonous, the flattest 2. Animals and birds: Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries 3. Climate: 4. Aborigines: 5. Aboriginal art *4. Write about Uluru Rock using the chart from Ex. 5. 5. Listen to the text about Uluru Rock and fill in the chart below (SB, Ex. 6). Name The Centre of the Situated in Uluru Built Description Giant in colour with caves having drawings in the Things to do To small caves: to climb to the : to a nice view of the countryside. vmwmm 1. Change the sentences using the correct order of adjectives. 1. Yesterday we visited a/an/ Russian/ancient/nice town Yaroslavl 2. When was in the souvenir shop liked a/an oval/traditional/ wooden box. % 3. In the middle of the town there was a/an stone/towering/impressive castle. c - Unit III 4. The children heard a/an short/exciting/lrish tale. 5. Australian continent is famous for its unique/unusual/different animals. 2. Complete the text using the correct form of the word. The Their culture and religion come from land. _ mythology is called Dreamtime. Many centuries ago Aborigines lived in of 10-50 people. Men _________________ clans hunted and fished, women gathered people celebrated the plants and fruit. The native adventures of the Dreamtime heroes in songs and dances. paintings, ABORIGINE TRADITION FRIEND USUAL USE MYSTERY WONDER 3. You are going to make a project about Australia. Read the following plan and range the sentences according to their importance. I.: 1 1. History of its discovery. □ 2. Unique fauna and flora. □ 3. Customs and Traditions. □ • 4. Native people. □ 5. Climate. □ 6. Geographical position. □ 7. Rivers and lakes. □ 8. Mountains and deserts. □ 9. Cities and towns. □ 10. Famous places. □ ----------- Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries 4. A kangaroo is an animal symbol of Australia. Ask questions about the kangaroo, using the information below. 1) They feed babies on milk. - How do kangaroos feed their babies? 2) They carry babies in a poach (карман).___________________________ 3) They are two metres tall.________________________________________ 4) They weigh sixty kilos. _______________________________________________ 5) They have two back legs, two short front legs, a long tail 6) They jump high. 7) They sleep in the daytime 8) They eat leaves. 9) They live in small groups 10) They live 15-20 years. ' .ViVVp.V' 1. Group the following words into 5 columns. Sandy beach, salty water, cold weather, fresh flowers, cries of birds, wonderful music, towering mountains, busy bees, bright colour, tasty cake, deep water, smoky air, interesting story, silky hair, soft sand, sweet air. 1) to see: ________________________________________________________________ 2) to hear: _______________________________________________________________ 3) to smell: ______________________________________________________________ 4) to taste: ______________________________________________________________ 5) to feel: _______________________________________________________________ 2. Make up sentences with the words from Ex.l using the following construction. I have never seen such a sandy beach. 1. Unit III 2. 3. 4. 5. 3. Complete the tag questions. 1. There are many wonders in the world, 2. The koala lives in Australia, _________ 3. Australia has more than 700 different birds. 4. Many animals of Australia have become rare, 5. The Dutch were the first to sail to Australia, 6. People didn’t see any horses on the island, . 4. Complete the text using the correct tense forms. The official language of Australia Australians (to use) many words which tourists (not to understand). When the first settlers from Great Britain (to arrive) in the country they ______ things: plants, animals, birds. They 9 9 9 9 9 9 (to be) English. But (to see) many unusual (to make) many new words to describe the world around them 1. Match the words with their transcription. 1) ['paetri3tiz(9)m] 2) ['tipik(9)l] 3) ['figa] 4) [ka'nekt] 5) ['тппэ81(э)п] 6) ['traefik] 7) ['laen(d)skeip] 8) ['pronus] 9) ['traenspo:t] 10) [treid] a) connect b) traffic c) promise d) trade e) landscape f) transport g) typical h) patriotism i) monastery j) figure 2. Make a comparison of two places following the example. 1. City buildings/country houses. City buildings are usually higher and made from brick while the houses in the country are smaller and made from wood. 2. Country gardens/city parks. 3. Country shops/city shops 4. Country traffic/city traffic. Unit IV 5. Country people/city people. 3. Change the following sentences into Passive. 1. Mary found the way out. - The way out was found 2. Ancient people connected their life with the gods. 3. You can see many historical buildings in the centre of the town 4. Snow covers roads in winter. 5. Mike lost his basket in the thick forest. 6. Susanin promised to take Polish soldiers to Kostroma 4. Ask questions about Kostroma. 1. When the town was founded 2. What it is famous for. 3. What river it stands on. 4. What interesting places you can visit there 5. What hotel you can stop at. 6. What souvenirs tourists usually buy. ■ёШ' 1. Complete the text using the correct words from the box The Hidden Soul of Russia 1. It was difficult to be friends with Jane because she never kept her 2. The towns were with a wooden bridge over the wide and powerful river. 3. The town is famous for its : many people visit the town market on weekends. 4. The ancient people seldom used the preferred the____________________. 5. The Russian ______________________ the house. , they is good to cook on and to warm 6. When ancient people didn’t know how to write, they told legends from to generation. 2. Choose the correct words in the story. Cross out the wrong ones. Once upon a time there lived/ living an old man and his wife. They had three/two sons. Two elder/older sons were clever, their mother loved they/them and took much/many care of them. She cooked tasty meals/products for them and made nice trousers/ clothes. They were always/never clean and polite. The third son, Ivan, wore old/new dirty clothes and had only bread and water for food/ meals because his parents didn’t love him/he. 3. Finish the sentences using clauses of purpose. 1. Ivan the Prince travelled to far countries to find his wife Vasilisa 2. Nastya woke up early in the morning___________________________________ 3. The man took the axe 4. The parents went to the Sunday market 5. The woman made the fire in the stove 6. The man went to the river 4. Complete the tag questions. 1. Most houses in ancient Rus had no chimneys, ________________ » 2. Russian builders didn’t use saws when they built houses, 9 9 69 Unit IV 3. The stone houses were not popular in Rus, 9 4. Two three generations of the family lived in the same house, 9 5. The wooden houses were often decorated with birch tree twigs, 9 6. Ancient people couldn’t understand nature. 9 1. Complete the sentences using the correct word from the box 1. Ivan wanted to build a flying ship, he went to the forest to try his luck. 2. Ivan didn’t have any dinner to eat, him only a piece of stale bread. 3. Ivan was polite with the old man _ the young man to build the ship. 4. Ivan quickly built the flying ship _____ his mother gave he decided to help he followed the advice of the old man. 5. the old man helped Ivan, he promised to take on the ship all people he saw on his way. 2. Open the brackets using the correct form of the verb. Soon Ivan (to fly) by ship high in the sky. Suddenly he (to look) down and le ground. “What (to cry) Ivan. “ I you (to answer) the man. “What (to see) (to do)?" (to listen) to the ground” you (to hear)?” (to ask) Ivan. “I can hear how birds (to sing) in the forest. (to hear) The Hidden Soul of Russia everything what (to happen) on the earth”, (to say) the man.“ you (to fly) with me?” Ivan (to invite) the man to his ship. “Ok,” the man (to agree) and (to join) Ivan. 3. Put the adjectives in the correct order. 1. Folk/clay/bright toys. 2. Metal/oval/kitchen trays. 3. Lacquer/original/elegant boxes. 4. Blue and white/funny/painted plates and cups 5. Typical/ gold and black/wooden spoons. 4. Write questions to learn i boxes. Ask about the following 1. How they look like. 2. What music they play. _ 3. What they are made from. 4. Who makes them. 9 Ш 9 ■ 9 ■ 9 5. How much they cost. 9 1. Describe the Write function, where you can see or buy it. It is Q frog-box, not big in size for it is usually used women to keep rings or earrings (серёжки) in it. Unit IV 2. Read the text about frogs and write down the words which explain why people make different figures in the shape of frogs. Since the ancient times people believe that the frog has got some magical power. It has become the symbol of fertility (плодородие) and inspiration (вдохновение) since the frog lays very many eggs. Besides it brings friendship. A figure of the frog is kept by men and women of many cultures as an amulet for it is a very powerful and positive symbol. Ancient Romans believed that the frog brought good luck to their home. 3. Listen to the story about the Bird of Happiness again (SB, Ex. 2) and complete the sentences below. 1. Since Russian people lived among forests they___________________ 2. In winter men had more free time so they 3. As the sick boy missed summer very much his father 4. As people walked about the house the bird 5. The boy looked at the bird and smiled because he 4. Change the sentences into Passive. 1. The man made the toy bird with his axe. The Hidden Soul of Russia 2. The ancient people used wood to build houses and other things. 3. Prince Yaroslav founded the first library in Rus. 4. Prince Vladimir built many towns on river banks to defend the coun- try. 5. People paint eggs on Easter day. / V^5T ^ 1. Read Ex. 2 in your Student’s Book and answer the questions 1. What types of dolls did Russian people make? 2. What material did they use? 3. Where did they use the dolls? What 5. How did the dolls look like? *2. Use the words from the box and describe the costumes of the dolls - ... V . ■ J!?.* -л,. hand-made ■ traditional national costumes original design hand-painted popular souvenirs historical dresses clay faces and hands bright 73 ■ Ч «I?,, , " M. . . Unit IV 3. Match the adjectives with their opposites. 1) weak 2) dangerous 3) generous 4) hospitable 5) patient 6) happy 7) lazy 8) helpful 9) beautiful 10) difficult 11) determined a) helpless b) hard-working c) unhappy d) ugly e) strong f) undetermined g) ungenerous h) easy i) impatient j) inhospitable k) safe 4. Group the words from Ex. 3 into “positive” and “negative” adjectives Positive: hard-working,____________ Negative: weak, The Hidden Soul of Russia 1. Write down the following words into correct columns: hospitable ■ nuts в palace в sour cream в village в honey helpful roast в turkey в patient в square в friendly в determined в pancake church в generous в country street marmalade castle food place traits of character 2. Ask questions to the words in bold. 1. Russian people have a tradition to make pancakes on Maslenitsa 2. There are many famous folk heroes in Russia. 3. Russian bogatyri were determined to fight with enemies (враги) of the country. 4. The guide told the tourists the legend of black ravens. 5. The children spent the day in the museum. Unit IV 3. Change the sentences into Present Perfect. Use the words already, just, yet if necessary. 1. The pupils are listening to the scientist now. 2. My friend usually eats caviar on his birthday. 3. A woman is cooking some traditional dishes for the festival. 4. Girls and boys jump over the bonfire on Ivan Kupala night 5. The child doesn’t write a letter to Father Frost. 4. Match the parts of the sentences. 1. The Russian people have a custom to meet guests 2. The folk heroes of Russian legends always face many difficulties 3. Baba Yaga usually helps brave and honest heroes 4. Many fairy-tale characters are helpful because 5. The folk heroes usually believe in wonders a) they give useful advice to heroes. b) and have many mysterious adventures c) but nothing can stop them because they are determined d) with “bread-and-salt” because they are hospitable e) and gives them generous gifts. The Hidden Soul of Russia !■ Describe the Snow Maiden. Write about 1. Who she is. 2. Who her parents are. 3. Where she lives. 4. What she looks like. 5. What character she has. 6. What happened to her in the Spring Tale. 2. Ask questions to the words in bold. 1. English children burn a bonfire on Guy Fawkes’ Day. 2. There is a tradition to paint eggs on Easter. 3. Russian people believed in spirits: domovoy, leshiy, kikimora and others. 4. A birch tree protects the houses from wicked people. 5. Father Frost brought many nice presents to little children 6. They decorated a fir tree with colourful glass balls in the classroom 3. Change the sentences into Present Perfect. 1. Ivan the Fool has many mysterious adventures in the fairy tale. 2. In Russian tales Prince Ivan marries Princess Vasilisa. Unit IV 3. The Pike gives Emelya an unusual gift: a magic word 4. Baba Yaga helps Russian folk heroes. 5. The Snow Maiden comes to live with the Berendeys *4. Rewrite the story in the present tense. Many years ago there was a rich man who had three daughters. The two elder daughters were interested in parties and clothes, but the youngest, Marya, took on duties of housekeeping for her father. One day the man was going to the market. He asked the girls what presents they wanted. The elder sisters asked for expensive dresses, but Marya wanted the Feather of Finist the Falkon. The man traded at the market and then he went to buy presents for his daughters as he promised them to the girls. There is a rich man who has three daughters._____________________ : v -• First Wealtii ... •'.•лЛ^*.>.^ . . ■■ - * 44-^ -*• - *'s-*’ *‘**‘<" * —- J Лу ' V. • .•'^?. к ^ i? •<::* 9 VV -.•. •V.. VV 1. Divide the words into 4 groups. A mouth, a finger, a toe, a leg, a foot, a tooth, a nose, an arm, a throat, a shoulder, a knee, an eye, a stomach, a chest, a neck, a heart, a hip, a back, an ear. Head: Body: Arms: Legs: 2. Match the definitions with the words. 1) to ache 2) to pain 3) to hurt 4) to break 5) to cough a) to have physical discomfort, harm. b) to have a problem with a bone in your body. c) to feel some pain in a part of your body all the time. d) to feel that one part of your body hurts you badly. e) to give a sound out of the throat. 3. Make up more words with -ache. Write down the words and their translation. 1. Heart - heartache - боль в сердце 2. Head 3. Stomach 4. Tooth - 5. Ear - 6. Back But: a sore throat a sore finger a sore eye i?A' Unitv 4. Make up set phrases using the words in the box cough ■ a sore throat ■ an arm cold headache a leg stomachache a runny nose 1. To break an arm 2. To catch 3. To have 5. Vlad wants to join his school Sports Centre. Listen to his conversation with the doctor of the Centre (SB, Ex. 5) and tick “True”, “False” or “Not stated” in the chart below. Statement True False Not stated 1. Vlad wants to play basketball and football. 2. Vlad used to throw a ball into the basket when he was in the country last summer. # 3. Vlad hurt his leg when he was seven. 4. Vlad had bad cough two weeks ago. 5. Vlad mustn’t do sports for another week because flu is a very serious disease. 6. The doctor told Vlad to take vitamins and drink fruit juice. 7. Vlad will go to the sports club in two weeks. • 1. Read the transcription and write down the words and their translation into Russian. 1. [in'fekfos] - infectious, инфекционный 2. [di'ziiz] _______________________________________________________ The First Wealth Is Health 3. [kof] 4. ['ilnas] 5. ['stAmakeik] 6. ['temp(3)ratf9] 7. [ХэиШэ] ______ 8. [helG] _______ 9. [Ъщд] ________ 10. ['tu:0eik] 11. [’kemists] 2. Complete the dialogues. I. A. B. A. B. A. B. II. A. B. A. B. A. B. What is the matter with you? You look bad. I have got a terrible headache. Are you running a temperature? Have you taken it? Have you seen the doctor? I have a stomachache. I drank some cola and ate a cheeseburger during the break Not yet. There is no doctor at school today. 3. Write down what will happen if: 1) you drink cold water on a hot day. If I drink cold water on a hot day, I will have a sore throat. 2) you play computer games too much. 3) you eat many sweets. - Unit V 4) you don’t wear caps or hats in rainy and windy weather. 5) you fall down on the ice. 6) you step on the broken glass. 4. Complete the following sentences with the words from the box. nasal spray mixture prescribe plaster thermometer temperature ■ bandage 1. You should put a or a if you have got a cut on your hand. 2. The doctor prescribes some if you have a runny nose. 3. My mother usually takes aspirin if she has a running 4. Doctors 5. You should have a vitamins to children to make them healthier. to take the temperature. 1. Fill in the missing letters to p d s P m t d s b e s n t c n e p m b X t n d I f e m c I u s The First Wealth Is Health 2. Give advice to people who: 1) have a headache; You should go for a walk or have some sleep if you have a headache. 2) have a cut; 3) have a sore throat; 4) have a runny nose; 5) have caught a flu; 6) have a bad cough 3. Cross the wrong words out. Who doesn’t know/ don’t know the story about Doctor Dolittle? Hugh Lofting has written/wrote the story about this unusual doctor in 1920 and the book became/becomes popular with children in many countries. John Dolittle was/has been a successful doctor until his patients became/becomes animals. The animals are feeling/felt happy in the company of the doctor. His parrot Polynesia taught/teach him how to talk with animals. Polynesia said, “Animals don’t/aren’t always speak with sounds. We talk/are talking with our ears, our feet, our tails -we use/have used every part of our body to talk. Look at the dog. It is moving/moves its nose from side to side.” - “What does it mean/it - “He says that the rain stopped/has stopped and the sun means? shines/is shining again”. 4. Make up questions and give your answers. 1. When you visited the doctor last time. When did you visit the doctor last time? “ I visited the doctor two months ago. Unitv 2. What problems you had. 3. What the doctor prescribed 4. What medicine you bought at chemist’s. 5. If it was an infectious disease or a serious illness 6. If you felt better after you took medicine. 5. Interview your classmates about his/her health (SB, Ex. la). Write down the questions and the answers for the interview. Q. ? A. Q. ? A. Q. ? A. Q. ? A. Q. ? A. Q. ? A. Q. ? A. The First Wealth Is Health 1. Write down the correct translation of word combinations 1) prescribed medicine 2) bought mixture 3) broken leg 4) drunk tea 5) taken vitamins 6) sleeping boy 7) hurting boots 8) coughing granny 9) cooking woman 10) catching disease 2. Underline the correct words. 1. Do you see the man buying/bought medicine? He is my brother. 2. If you have a broken/breaking arm, you should stop playing football. 3. I can’t walk quickly. - Are you wearing your hurting/hurt shoes again? 4. Washed/washing hands should be clean and yours are dirty! Go and wash them again! Now! 5. Is there the water clean in the lake? - Yes, it’s drunk/drinking water. 6. The prescribed/prescribing medicine was very expensive. 3. Continue the sentences. 1. If you drink dirty water, you will have a Stomachache 2. If you don’t sleep at night, ______________________ 3. If you don’t eat vegetables and fruit, 4. If you walk in the rain, ______________ 5. If the disease is infectious. 6. If you don’t do any physical exercises. 85 Unit V Choose the correct tense form and write down the sentences 1. If it (rains/will rain), we (will stay/stay) at home. 2. if there (is/will be) no medicine at home, I (will go/go) to the chemist’s. 3. There (will be/are) many people at the stadium, if the match (will take/takes) place. 4. You (won’t catch/don’t catch) flu, if you (are/will be) vaccinated. 5. The doctor (will examine/examines) her, if she (comes/will come) to see him. 6. If Mark (feels/will feel) worse, he (will take/takes) this mixture. 5. Put the food from the list in your text book (SB, Ex. 4 b) into different food groups in the chart below. I Fruit and j Cereals and Vegetables Grains Fat and Sugar Dairy Products Meat and Proteins \ 5 II I } ! в \ г б i Е 3 1 ! 1 ъ • 1 1 1 ^xJZyVZVXLZ' ^JLJ^ - \ , V*V' Write the word combinations and give the translation into Russian 1) cut, finger - a cut finger - порезанный палец The First Wealth Is Health 2) eat, breakfast - 3) cook, vegetables 4) clean, teeth 5) build, workers 6) speak, doll 7) wash, dishes 8) wash, machine 2. Divide the words in the box into countable and uncountable. water sugar sweet calcium meat flu calorie egg disease m ixtu re vegetable tooth diet ■ juice ■ system ■ chocolate nut mineral cheese health energy cereals Countable: calorie. Uncountable: woter, 3. Match the words 1) a lump of 2) a cup of 3) a bottle of 4) a slice of 5) a bar of 6) a tube of 7) a bag of 8) a kilo of 9) a plate of 10) a jar of a) toothpaste b) tea c) jam d) meat e) flour f) soup g) cheese h) chocolate i) juice j) sugar 4. Open the brackets. 1. There 2. This meat (to be) five bars of chocolate in my bag ___(to smell) bad. Unitv 3. There 4. New words 5. Vegetables 6. My tea____ (to be) little porridge in the plate. ____(to write) on the blackboard. 7. Dairy products _ (to have) more vitamins than fruit, don’t they? (to taste) very sweet. _______(to give) much calcium to our bones. 5. Patrick and his Russian friends Tanya and Vlad are talking about keeping fit. Listen to them and fill in the chart below (SB, Ex. 5). Keeping Fit Tanya Vlad Patrick to cycle a lot to be fond of swimming to begin with a little bit walking to keep to a balanced diet to swim with a mask to train hard to do snowboarding to feel quite fit to go on a picnic, run and play a lot to do mountain skiing to be going to take part in competitions to take part in dancing competitions V . T - 1. Choose the correct word and write down it on the line 1. There is (little/few) water in the glass.______________ 2. There are (a few/ a little) slices of ham on the plate 3. There is (much/many) butter in the cake._______________ The First Wealth Is Health 4. Use (less/fewer) salt when you cook.________________ 5. Mike has brought (more/less) apples than Kate. _____ 6. How (many/much) tomatoes are there in a kilo?_______ 7. Give me (less/fewer) ice cream, I am not a sweet tooth 2. Change the following sentences using the example. 1. There is much danger in this place. - The place is dangerous This is a dangerous place. 2. You need a lot of nerves to solve the situation. ___ ____________ 3. The book brought fame to the author. 4. The flu may infect many people. 5. There is poison in this mushroom. *3.Draw a spidergram of pollution and then write down the sentences describing it. noise i Pollution ± Noise pollut caused the work of transport, TV radio and other noises. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Unitv 4. Name 5 most important problems caused by pollution. Consult Ex. 8 b in your textbook for ideas. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Write down people mustn’t do and what they should do to take care of nature. People mustn’t People should make a fire in the forest 1. Complete the text writing down the missing words. People’s activity has caused [ko:zd] many serious ecological __________ ['probbmz] in the world. Building of cities and____ [taunz] kills wildlife because forests are cut. Factories [p9'lu:t] rivers and lakes as they pour dirty________________ forests the ____________ plants, _______________ [■wDito] there. Without [laend] becomes dead, it causes the death of ['8enim(9)lz], birds. The First Wealth Is Health 2. Continue the following sentences. 1. If people don’t stop polluting nature, 2. If rivers and lakes run dry, ______________ 3. If there is no food for animals. 4. If people don’t stop throwing rubbish, _______ 5. If people don’t understand ecological problems. 3. Look at the chart below and compare two animals. Tiger Sea Lion Its weight about 200 kilos about 250 kilos • Its diet deer, monkeys fish Its activity sleep in the day time swims very well Its home forests of India the Pacific Ocean Its years of life about 15 years about 15 years 1. The tiger is heavier than the sea lion. 2. The tiger usually eats deer and monkeys while the sea lion 3. 4. 5. 4. Study the advertisement in Ex. 5 (SB) and write down the questions for more information about the following: 1. Who can join the club. 2. Where people should send collected money. _________ 3. How many people can take part in the project. 4. If parents can help with the money. _______________ 5. Where the club is situated. 6. What the working hours of the club are. Unitv 5. 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Маке up new words (а) and use them to make sentences true (b). a) north - northern south east west b) 1. The coast of the USA is washed by the Pacific ocean. 2. The coast of the USA is washed by the Atlantic ocean 3. The coast of the USA is washed by the Mexican Gulf 4. The coast of the USA is washed by the Arctic ocean. 2. Divide the words in the box into two groups. Consult the dictionary if you don’t know any word. small narrow ■ huge ■ tall ■ short ■ thin thick huge ■ vast ■ tiny large great a) big. b) little, Unit VI 3. Match the synonymous words 2) to 3) vast 4) to stretch 5) to explore 6) an a) to sail b) a group c) a shore d) to study e) great 4. Fill in the article the where necessary. 1. 2. Indian Ocean, Loch Ness, Lake Lomond, Rockies, Amur, Nile, White Sea, Amazon, Great Salt Lake, Persian Gulf; Urals, Snowdon, Ben Nevis, Caucasus, Altai, Grampians, Kazbek; 3. Cyprus, British Isles, Islands. Philippine Islands, Madagascar, ____ Isle of Skye, Great Britain, Maldives, Greenland, Queen Charlotte 1. Compare Russia and the USA. The chart from Ex. 6 in your textbook will help you. 2. There are is bigger than the territory of th( people in Russia than in America. 3. The mountains in the USA are Russia. 4. The American river Mississippi is than the mountains in than the Volga 5. Russia has a 6. There are as 7. The American cinema is history than the USA. natural resources in America as in Russia ______________ than the Russian cinema. North America - the Continent of Wonders 2. Cross the odd word out. 1) to explore, to discover, to navigate, to study; 2) to occupy, to settle, to be located, to stretch; 3) a coast, a shore, a bank, a beach; 4) big, huge, narrow, enormous, vast. 3. Open the brackets and read the text using the correct word. Jamestown was the first English (settlement/village) in America. It was (founded/named) after the British king James I in 1607. Captain Smith (brought/navigated) a little group of people to (explore/settle) on the new continent. They wanted to (find/sell) gold and silver and to become rich. As the first settlers of Jamestown didn’t want to build warm (shops/houses) and (gather/grow) harvest, they began to die -in ones, in twos, in dozens. The colony didn’t survive (не выжила) because the people were interested only in (new lands/money). 4. There is a famous Disney film Pocahontas which tells about the * exploration of America by the English. Match the questions and the answers and learn more about the history of America. 1. Who was Pocahontas? 2. What is the girl famous for? 3. Was she in love with Captain Smith? 4. What was her husband? 5. Where did she travel with her husband? 6. Did she have any children? 7. What happened to Pocahontas in 1617? a) He was a tobacco planter. b) She died of smallpox (оспа) at the age of 22. c) She was the daughter of the chief Powhatan. d) She travelled to London, to the court of James I. e) She saved the life of Captain Smith when the Indians wanted to kill him. f) No, she married John Rolf. g) Yes, her son Thomas Rolf came back to Virginia when he grew up. 95 Unit VI 1. Complete the text putting in the correct article where necessary. By year 1733 there were thirteen colonies along Atlantic coast of North America. The colonies stretched from New Hampshire in north to Georgia in south. Most people in They worked____ north were small farmers or craftsmen hard to feed their families. Some people cut forests around their settlements and built ships. They sailed and fish in caught ________ important ports and _____farming. sea. Later their towns grew into big cities. In south people lived by 2. Read the text and ask questions for more information. In 1760 there were three big cities. The largest was Philadelphia. More than 28,000 people lived there. The city had about three thousand six hundred houses. Its streets were made from brick and street lamps were lit every night. 1. How many towns there were.___________________________________________ 2. What the other two cities were. __________ 3. If Philadelphia was a port city. _________ 4. What people of the city did for living. 7 ■ 7 7 ■ 7 5. If houses were made from stone or wood. 6. How many schools there were in the city. 7 Ш 7 3. What kind of people were first settlers of America? Choose only five adjectives from the box below to describe those men. brave ■ dangerous ■ hard-working ■ ambitious ■ sociable ■ religious greedy helpful easy-going generous hospitable weak strong intelligent determined silly lazy adventurous energetic proud creative ■ faithful 2. 3 4 5 6 North America - the Continent of Wonders 1. I think that first American settlers were very religious people as they left England because of their religious views. 4. Open the brackets using the correct form of the verb. 1. The southern colonies the climate (to develop) farming because (to be) hot and rivers (to give) enough water for fields 2. The south landowners (to be) very rich people. They (to live) in fine houses. Their furniture (to bring) from Europe. They also from Africa. 3. The plantations (to buy) black slaves (to be) large. Tobacco and cotton (to grow) there. The slaves (to work) in the fields from morning till night. 1. Write down what kind of people were the characters of the Ransom of Red Chief. Sam: dangerous,_________________________________________________________ Bill: Unit VI Old Dorset: Johnny Dorset 2. Here is some information about O. Henry. Write a story about him William Sidney Porter September 11, 1862 Greensboro, North June 5, 1910 (aged 47) New York Pen-name O. Henry, Olivier Famous for American Short stories with unusual plot William Sidney Porter is known his pen-name O. Henry. 3. Do the crossword about America. 1. The town founded by pilgrims in 1620. 2. The land on the other bank on the Mississippi which belonged to France. 3. The animal which native Americans used to hunt. 4. The old mountains in the east of the USA- 5. The largest state of the USA. 6. The state where cinematography won the world fame. 7. A busy industrial city. 8. The longest river of North America. North America - the Continent of Wonders 9. The largest of the Great Lakes. 10. The first president of the USA. 8 Щ /.** V •* V -. ' r * •' V* •" '.’Ф ■ '*'•'**•-* V *«'! - •'V .''V' •.* •. V; 1 '•**.*, *.. :';• •*;.c»V-'iV.iv’* *V. . ' \ -Л- V ■ '-*■ \. > ■ *V * V Г V,. V;*' \v.\v 6 *.*. *' V ’ * •* V' iV .V •V vV;V 4 1 '*.* '• V *, * • • - •• ' .• r.v '*,i" .V» '.V* '.• < i’'" * . V'*'*•’ **'' V' • к « 9 2 ■ , Л 'Л.г'* it*.' . \ Л' Л*. \ 1 * 3 . * ' .1 ■ S'*. *• . 7 - 4. Choose the correct word and circle it. 2 3 4. The most widely famous natural wonder in America is called a) Niagara Falls b) Stonehenge c) Victoria Falls The first character of the Walt Disney’s movie was a) Alice b) Donald Duck c) Mickey Mouse Before the American Civil War slaves were very important for a) the South’s economy b) the North’s economy c) New England’s economy a) a state of the USA b) a part of California c) a country Unit VI 5 6 7 8 9 America was discovered by Christopher Columbus in a) 1607 b) 1492 c) 1730 The people who arrived in America by Mayflower were a) Catholics b) farmers c) pilgrims Hollywood is the centre of the American a) education b) business c) cinema There are ... states in the USA. a) 50 b) 52 c) 49 The native Americans are called a) Indians b) Negroes c) Amerindians 10 The second language widely spoken in the USA is a) French b) Arabic c) Spanish • — 1. Make up questions. Ask about the following: 1. Where Canada is situated. What 3. How many people live in the country.__ 4. What languages people speak in Canada 5. What Canada is famous for. 6. What climate is in the country. 9 ■ 9 ■ 9 ■ 9 ■ 9 ■ 9 an igloo curling a beaver a maple leaf kayak 2. Match the descriptions with the words in the list. 1) a symbol of the country which is shown on the national flag of Canada; 2) a sport played on ice, in which players slide flat heavy &V; * I stones towards a marked place; 3) a light boat, usually for one person; 4) a house made from blocks of hard snow or ice; 5) a North American animal that has thick fur and a wide flat tail, and cuts trees with its teeth. North America - the Continent of Wonders 3. Complete the text putting in the correct words in the blanks. Canada isS_________________in the northern part of North America and / S _____over about 10 million square kilometres. It is w by three oceans: the Pacific, the Atlantic and the Arctic. The c________________ of the country is Ottawa. The population of the c _ is about 29 million people who are bilingual - they S English and French. 4. Complete the text with the words from the box. good rafting ice spirit kayaking ■ canoeing skiing Many people of Canada still have an adventurous and pioneer that built the country. People go down the Mackenzie River, which flows into the Arctic Ocean, Whitewater ____________ through the Fraser River Canyon. Some go _________________ among icebergs up the west coast of Alaska. With so much winter Canadians are and at winter sports. They are fond of _ hockey. 1. Match the words with the transcription 1) dominion 2) beaver 3) area 4) earthquake 5) lighthouse 6) anthem 7) participant a) ['аепбэт] b) ['3:0kweik] c) ['larthaus] d) [da'minjan] e) [pa:'tisip(3)nt] f) [’bi:v3] g) [’еэпэ] 2. Put the adjectives in the correct order and write down the sentences 1. Cinderella: French, kind, helpful. Cinderella is a kind helpful French girl from the folk tales. . Ч 101 Unit VI 2. Spiderman: American, brave, adventurous 3. Snow White: German, kind, attentive. 4. Winnie-the-Pooh: English, naughty, funny. 5. Clifford: Canadian, gigantic, cunning. 6. Snow Maiden: Russian, beautiful, attentive 3. Here are some interesting facts about Canada. Write questions to the sentences. 1. Canada has the longest ocean coastline in the world. (How long...) How long is the Canadian ocean coastline? 2. Canada’s 22 highest mountains are situated in the St Elias Mountains, Yukon. (How many...) 3. The Mackenzie River is the longest in Canada, it is 4,241 kilometres long. (How long...) 4. Prince Edward Island has the largest potato crops in Canada. (How big...) 5. The coldest temperature in Canadian history was at Snag, Yukon. It was - 63C. (How cold...) 6. 27% of Canada is covered with forests. (How many...) 7. Douglas firs are Canada’s oldest trees. They are 800 years old. (How old...) North America - the Continent of Wonders *4. Choose the correct word. If you don’t know the answer, consult the encyclopedia. 1. The word Inuit means a) a territory. 2. M. Logan is the ... in Yukon, a) highest mountain 3. The Chinook is the name of a) a game. b) houses c) people. b) deepest lake c) longest river b) an animal c) a wind. 4. The first people came to Canada about 25,000 years ago from a) Greenland. 5. The word Canada means a) a settlement. b) South America. b) a country. 6. Canada celebrated its 100th anniversary in a) 2007. b) 1907. c) Asia. c) a territory. c) 1967. 1. Match the parts of the sentences. 1) It’s worth visiting 2) It’s worth watching 3) It’s worth seeing 4) It’s worth reading 5) It’s worth listening to 6) It’s worth tasting 7) It’s worth celebrating 8) It’s worth going a) stories written by Stephen Leacock. b) Canada for its natural beauty. c) pancakes with maple syrup. d) Vancouver for it’s one of the best cities in the world. e) comedies with Jim Carrey. f) to Toronto, the most important city in Canada. g) Canadian Music News and learn about jazz concerts. h) Groundhog Day and learn when spring comes. Unit VI groups joy jazz beaver maple syrup playing hockey igloo hot chicken sandwich ■ kayaking mountains lanterns Niagara Falls Eskimo ■ potato 1. Seeing: 2. Hearing 3. Tasting: 4. Experiencing small dark *3. Describe the beaver using the picture teeth that grow 5-toes feet all the time thick, fat, heavy black tail 4- Open the brackets. Use the correct form of the words Tulip Festival The world’s largest tulip festival in Ottawa, May 18. It________________ The symbolic tulip___________________ flower. It _______________________(to celebrate) ________________(to hold) firstly in 1953. ________________(to be) Ottawa’s official (to give) to the Canadian people by the Dutch Royal Family. The Canadians___________ family during the Second World War. The tulip (to help) the royal (to be) the symbol of friendship and of spring. Festival-goers___________________ (to enjoy) the beauty of nearly 300,000 tulips in bloom in 30 flower beds. т !м (D й о ян О Й CD Й cd ев Й ев • О ^ О Й .Р о е5 Ян Й Ян О Й ев с» Ф Й О й |> 1> L. ^ « Sf jH ев 'З ft ® S Л ® <0 >< Ц Й ев Г> Ф biO ев ft Й О Й |> ф ft ф .й biD Й о ф о со н Р и II) со о О а < '/ft iifiii.i.'Nl'tP n'v >, ^ir /•« n <'5 ' V ^\^.Us "-Vi» OQ UL Unit VI J L M 6. Listen to the conversation (SB, Ex. 5). Tick the places Tony is speaking about and match them with appropriate activities. Cities to see Quebec Montreal Ottawa Ontario Vancouver Halifax Toronto Calgary Things to do There are 101 places to hike, bike or picnic. This is the best place to make maple syrup and taste cookies and ice cream with it. Visit gardens of this city and see silk Chinese lanterns. See Niagara Falls. • See Dream Lake. Ride a horse. Watch a parade. North America - the Continent of Wonders 1. Find and cross the odd word out. 1 a) capital b) province c) territory d) area 2 a) kayaking b) hockey c) skiing d) skating 3 a) picturesque b) beautiful c) boring d) exciting 4 a) mountain b) lake c) river d) ocean 5 a) citizen b) inuit c) settler d) tourist 6 a) igloo b) cottage c) village d) house 2. Fill in the chart. noun adjective region regional provincial nature global industry cultural agriculture • financial 3. Read the information about Jim Carrey and write a story about him. Born Nationality Citizenship Occupation Years active James Eugene Carrey, January 17, 1962 Newmarket, Ontario, Canada Canadian Canadian and American Actor, comedian, producer 1979 present > I 5/. Famous films Ace Ventura: Pet Detective (1994); Dumb and Dumber (1994); The Mask (1994); Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls (1995) I I. г- У I I I к ^. W-.-S&SFSf’t'iVr ( k > 107 Unit VI 4. Transform the following sentences into Passive. 1. Calgatv hosts a world-famous Stampede in July, 2. Tourists can see the largest floral clock in the world at Niagara Falls 3. Alexander Graham Bell made his first long distance phone call in Canada. 4. John Connon patented the first panoramic camera in 1887 5. Canadians invented Imax, a six-storey screen to show films. 1) Russia 2) Great Britain 3) Australia 4) Canada 5) The USA 6) New Zealand and the figures. a) 9.4 min sq. km b) 268.700 sq. km c) 244.000 sq. km d) 7.7 min. sq. km e) 9.9 min sq. km f) 17.1 min sq. km 2. Do the crossword about Canada. 1. The official animal emblem of Canada. 2. How the word Canada is translated from Huron-lroquois. 3. The name for aboriginal people in Canada. 4. This ocean washes the country in the north. 5. The country has two official languages, it’s .... 6. A game played by two teams of 11 players each, with sticks and a ball, usually in winter. North America - the Continent of Wonders 7. The first capital of Canada. 8. A light boat covered with animal skins. 9. The national tree symbol. 10. The region known for its high mountains 5 8 1 .■:7 2 3 '..-f - * • 10 6 - 4 9 - - •• . *3. Study the names of Canadian dishes. Ask questions for more information. 1. Tourtiere, a meat pie, especially popular at Christmas and New Year’s, (what meat) 2. Thick pea soup, “comfort food”, (meat or vegetarian) 3. Sugar pie, served with maple syrup, (where to buy) 4. Routine, french fries, cheese, gravy (sauce), (what products) 5. Traditionai dishes are served in fast food cafes, (which dishes) What meat is it in tourtiere?__________________________________________ Unit VI 4. Write about Canada using the following phrases 1. It is situated in 2. It was founded in/by 3. It was named after 4. It is known for 5. It is worth visiting 6. The best season for visiting it is eisure Time ■ /•щ* 'м. 1Г, Si7 •' .1J .'А* U J ' •.. J •V * •'?*,* *,►*' • . *• *. ,' . '/.••il*; • •" ‘ ' 1^. ^.- ^ - > 'Чг S". 1. Match the definitions with the words 1) a shop where all kinds of food can be bought 2) a shop where people can buy books, calendars, cards 3) a shop where people buy newspapers, magazines, stamps a) a chemist’s b) a butcher’s c) a supermarket f) a bakery g) a newsagent’s 4) a shop where people buy medicine 5) a shop where people buy bread 6) a shop where people buy meat 7) a shop where people buy oranges and apples, cucumbers and onion 8) a shop where people buy milk, sour cream, yogurt 9) a shop where people buy sugar, coffee, i) a dairy flour d) a greengrocer’s e) a bookshop h) a grocer’s 2. Divide the words from the box into five groups. trousers envelops tea tomatoes cheese salt popcorn stamps a scarf watermelon matches a pine-apple ■ sour cream a coat milk butter jam paper postcards journals rice pears yogurt boots 1) a greengrocer’s 2) a grocer’s: ___ Unit VII 3) a dairy: 4) a department store 5) a newsagent’s: 3. Complete the text using the words from the box. One word is odd grocer’s flour cheese bakery ■ dozen ■ carrots ■ fresh dairy greengrocer’s ■ paper Yesterday was very busy for my sister and me because our mum gave us a shopping list to buy products. So, firstly we went to the to buy apples, , onions and cabbage. Then we dropped at the to buy cottage butter and sour cream. Next it was the to buy buns and cakes. Our last shop was the 3 we needed a bag of and a of eggs. 4. Read the list of products and write where they can be bought. 1) olive oil 2) caviar 3) nuts 4) biscuits 5) chicken 6) brown bread 7) greens 8) mayonese i. X i t у 1. Find one odd word and cross it out 1) gloves, jeans, trousers, dresses; 2) a glass, a plate, a fork, a cloth; Leisure Time 3) porridge, soup, juice, water; 4) pork, beef, caviar, chicken; 5) socks, shoes, boots, shorts; 6) sight, tour, voyage, excursion 2. Match the synonyms. goods presents departments discount * money things souvenirs stores expensive mall shopping centre cash sale dear 3. Choose the adjectives from the box which will help to describe the following things and put them in the correct order. interesting ■ useful soft walking funny French fashionable historical tasty fresh ■ Spanish strawberry expensive interactive ■ traditional 1. (a cake) A tasty fresh Strawberry cake 2. (a dress)_______________________________ 3. (a magazine) 4. (a toy) 5. (an excursion) 6. (a souvenir) 4. Look at the pictures and ask questions for details the material What is this magnet made from? - the price 9 the size 9 IiJ.3 Unit VII © the material 9 the design 9 the function 9 silver/gold/metal 9 the place to buy 9 other animals 9 1. Complete the sentences using a few/a little, few/little. 1. There is 2. There are juice in the bottle. Buy two more bottles pairs of gloves on the shelf. 3. How much flour do we need for the apple pie? 4. Add salt into the soup. 5. If you want to make a sandwich with cheese, add butter. 6. Take eggs and mix them with milk and salt. 7. Are there many books in the in your bag? 8. Have we got any bread left? Yes, , don’t buy more 2. Put the following words in plural if it is possible 1) money 2) a company 3) a chair 4) news Leisure Time 5) service - _ 6) a person - 7) information 8) furniture - 9) a weekend 10) a holiday 3. Match the questions and the answers. 1. May I help you? 2. How much is it? 3. Would you like anything else? 4. What size do you take in shoes? 5. Have you got the same model in blue? a) It’s three hundred roubles. b) 36. c) No, only in red. d) Yes, please, I am looking for a present for my mother. e) No, thank you. It’s all. 4. Complete the dialogue. A В A В A В A В A В Have you bought souvenirs for all your friends yet? What have you got for your younger brother? Oh, it’s great! What is it made from? Where did you buy it? How much did you pay for it? Unit VII •.**.*, •' • • • г * r'J* ‘ •!>• * vV^ &тштт^. 1. Complete the sentences using a/some. 1. There 2. There 3. There 4. There 5. There 6. There 7. There 8. There s s s s s s s s bread on the plate. jar of honey in the cupboard. milk in the bottle. bar of milk chocolate in my bag. cheese in the fridge. coke in the can. tea in the pot. carton of wildberry juice on the table 2. Compare the following things. 1. The plump jam/blackberry jam/ (tasty). The plump jam is tastier than the blackberry jam 2. The lemon juice/orange juice/ (sour). 3. The milk chocolate/bitter chocolate/ (sweet) 4. The Lego toys/soft toys/ (interesting) 5. The postcards/magazines/ (colourful). 6. The art exhibition/ sports competition/ (exciting). 3. Change the underlined verbs into Present. Snowball the cat liked/likes night time more than day time because he could see/ interesting things happened/ better in the dark and because so many ________in New York at night. Snowball had / several friends among house cats and street cats. He knew / a white Persian cat who lived / Leisure Time next door, a tiger cat from the library, and a beautiful young Angora cat. 4 This cat had run/has run away from a cage in a pet-shop. Now he lived/ a free life in the city park. One spring evening Snowball went/ in the park. The weather was/_________ to see the Angora cat so fine that the Angora cat decided / to walk with Snowball to his house to keep company. When the two cats came/ up to Mr Little’s house. they sat down/ the house. under a tall tree which grew/ at *4. Give the description to the following. 1. The attraction park: There are usually many children in the attraction parks. Boys and girls enjoy different attractions. We may hear their happy cries and smell pop-corn. 2. The sports competitions: _____________________________________________ 3. The book: 4. Watching a film: 5. Shopping: 1. Complete the text decoding the transcription into words. My [frend] friend Michael is a ['sinoma] goer. He [in'cfeDiz] [’intonet] watching all kinds of films and then discusses them in the . He usually shares his [im'prej(9)nz] in blogs. Yesterday he wrote that he felt ['э:Г(э)1] after watching some f'hora] film. Unit VII As for me, I hate [Ъэ:пг)] and [тэ'пп1(э)пэ8] films. I always choose to watch something ['hju:m(9)r9s] [ik'saitir)] _________________. and 2. Complete the sentences with how much/how many 1. A В A В A В 2. 3. 4. 5. I need tickets to the musical “Treasure Island”. _________________tickets do you need? I’d like two tickets in the centre, fifth-tenth row, Row 8, seats 12 and 13. Good. are they? Three thousand roubles, please. _______lumps of sugar do you put in your cup of tea? many foreign languages does she speak? time does he spend in the office? times have you been to London? 6. The customs officer asks perfume you have got 3. Here are the answers. Put questions to the sentences. 1 Did you enjoy yesterday's film? - It’s not worth watching. 2 I wouldn’t recommend reading it 3 You definitely shouldn’t miss it. 4 I would recommend visiting it to anyone. 5. It’s the worst exhibition I have ever been to! 4. Underline the correct words and complete the dialogues. 1. A В Have you seen the musical/concert “Mary Poppins”? Yes, it was boring/excellent! I enjoyed every minute/day watching it. Leisure Time A В 2. A В A В A В When did/have you see it? Next/Last year, in London. Where were/are you yesterday night? I had some questions/ answers on our project and I couldn’t get in touch/on-iine with you. I was away/out. The pop group Scorpions had a concert today/ yesterday. Where/When was it? In the Crocus City Hall. Did/Do you enjoy it? Yes and no. The music was great/shocking and funny/ energetic, but my seat/place was too far from the haii/ stage. I couldn’t see the faces/hands of the singers. I wouldn’t recommend buying cheap/expensive tickets. 5. At the weekend children are planning to go to the Odeon cinema. Listen to their talk about the films to watch. Write the name of the child who prefers this kind of films (SB, Ex. 1). !■ Complete the sentences using to where necessary 1. He would rather____ singers. 2. My friend prefers _ 3. My granny prefers the confectioner’s. 4. My mother would rather sentimental novels. listen to the opera than listen to some pop play football rather than _cooking cakes herself play basketball, buying them at read detective stories than read 5. I prefer 6. I prefer flying travelling by car. go sightseeing rather than go shopping Unit VII 2. Underline the correct form of the verb 1. Mary would rather buy/buying presents in the shop than buy/buying them in the airport. 2. I prefer to discuss/discussing my problems with my parents rather than speak/speaking about them with my teachers. 3. John prefers take/taking photography to paint/painting. 4. Susan would rather make/making costumes for the school theatre than play/playing a role in it. 5. Children prefer to eat/eating junk food rather than have/having home-made dishes. 6. Teachers prefer give/giving tests to have/having a party. 7. Wild animals prefer to live/living in the forests rather than be/being in the zoo. 3. Fill in a spider|p*am to answer the question: Why do I read? Write whai Exercise 3. Leisure Time 1. Change the following sentences into questions and answer them. 1. How the British spend their free time. ________________________________ 2. What you prefer doing in your leisure time. 4. What summer sports children do in Russia. 5. What activities people prefer in rainy weather. 9 9 3. What kind of books your parents enjoy reading 9 9 9 2. Read about the hobbies of different children and give advice. 1. Mary: flowers and garden design. If Mary is fond of flowers and garden design, she should read sofT\e literature on gardening. 2. John: winter sports games. 3. Alice: making dresses for dolls. 4. George: composing music. 5. Kate: telling stories to her younger sister. 1*1': 1 Unit VII 3. Make a list of your priorities and write about your leisure time Listening to Most of all I enjoy listening to music in my free time. 1. 2 3 4 5 4. Many people are planning their holiday activities. Write what you are going to do this summer. I am going to spend my holidays in the country with my grandparents. -^.;,r . rOr - У • ^ - * Ч*' ? '.ж:,; ':^щт Beyond the Lessons........................ з The Way You Live Is the Way You Look............................. 24 •*Л^.‘АЧ' '"V* * .rv^*.‘A§' '* •* 'Ш1Ш1 Natural and Cultural Diversities of the English-speaking Countries............. 47 The Hidden Soul of Russia..................... 67 The First Wealth Is Health.................... 79 North America - the Continent of Wonders................................ 93 Ш’Щ Leisure Time...................................111