Английский язык 5 класс Рабочая тетрадь Тер-Минасова Робустова

На сайте Учебник-скачать-бесплатно.ком ученик найдет электронные учебники ФГОС и рабочие тетради в формате pdf (пдф). Данные книги можно бесплатно скачать для ознакомления, а также читать онлайн с компьютера или планшета (смартфона, телефона).
Activity book (активити бук), Workbook (воркбук) - Английский язык 5 класс Рабочая тетрадь Тер-Минасова Робустова - 2014-2015-2016-2017 год:

Читать онлайн (cкачать в формате PDF) - Щелкни!
<Вернуться> | <Пояснение: Как скачать?>

Текст из книги:
S. Ter-Minasova, V. Robustova, N. Karpova . ■: с.г. Тер-Минасова, В.В. Робустова, Н.В. Карпова Английский язык 5 класс Рабочая тетрадь к учебнику для общеобразовательных учреждений Москва АКАДЕМ КН И ГА/УЧ ЕБН И К 2013 ’I Jramily Stories 1. Guess the words and fill in the correct letters, relatives, h_sb_nd, a_nt, un_le, со_sin, wi_e 2. Write who is the tallest in your family, what is her / his job. My brother is the tallest in our family. His height is 2 metres. He is a policeman. 3. Write 5—6 sentences about one of your grandfathers or grandmothers. ] Unit I A N • I r M A L S 4 2. This is a mouse. Describe it and give it a name. The plan and the words in the box will help you. a lovely pet ■ a tail ■ sharp teeth ■ apples ■ cheese ■ to run ■ to climb 1. Is it a pet? 2. What does it look like? 3. What does it like to eat? 4. What can it do? 3. Put these sentences in the plural form (во множественном числе). С This man is very tall. — These men are very tall. 1. The woman is going to the market. 2. The child is crying.________________ 3. Look! This leaf is very beautiful.___ 4. My cousin wants to have a sheep. /i Family Stories 5. The tiger’s tooth is sharp.-- 6. My father bought a bookshelf. [k3©©©m ©. Ж 1. Write how your day usually begins and ends. I usually get up_______________________________ 2. Complete the chart. Vi Va V3 be was, were been pull woke up given catch ended brush • began 3. Write who is who in your family. My grandfather Peter is my mother's father. My grandmother ____________________________________ My brother_________________________________________ My sister------------------------------------------ My cousin ----------------------------------------- My uncle ------------------------------------------ My aunt------------------------------------—------- ms Unit I L©©©®dq - Jf 1. Guess the words and fill in the correct letters. Chi__dho____d, bee___me, ar___und, marr___, thous___nd, d___e, bo_n, _go 2. Look at Susan’s family tree and write answers to the questions on page 7. к Family Stories 1. When was Susan born? 2. When was Susan’s father born? 3. How many grandchildren have her grandfathers got? 4. What are the names of Susan’s aunts? 5. What are the names of her uncles’ wives? 6. Who are her aunts’ husbands? 3. Complete the sentences. Use the words from the box, r---------- ago ■ thousands ■ die ■ island A boy is reading a book about strange animals. They lived on a small ______________ many______________________of years____________ . He is puzzled. Why don’t they live now? Why did they____________________? Ь©©©®т m 1, Complete the chart. Vi Va V3 become felt die brought catch 2. Complete the sentences. Use the words from the box. glasses ■ an hour ■ to feel happy ■ a newspaper ■ late ■ early 1. He was born early in the morning. 2. In his childhood he got up_____________ ■3 Who can bring me _______________________ 4. Do you _________________________ ? 5. I’ll go to the park for________________ 6. Where are my___________________________ 9 3. Write what you may and what you mustn’t do at home and at school. Ь©©©®Ш © buy/are bought is cleaned/cleaned washed/is washed are made/make is read/read 1. Choose the correct form of the verbs and complete the sentences. Computer games My room__________ Great Britain____ all over the world. These glasses_________ The school newspaper students. every week. ____ by the North Sea. _____of plastic. __________________ by all the 2. Put the verbs in the Passive form and change the sentences. 1. My mum always reads me interesting stories in the evening. Interesting stories are read to me by my mum in the evening. 8 9 Family Stories 2. Children like computer games very much. 3. People protect nature all over the world. 4. My family visits the Moscow Zoo very often. 3. Look at the picture and write what is done for a birthday party. Use the verbs from the box. to bring ■ to clean ■ to decorate ■ to make ■ to buy ■ to invite The room is cleaned for a birthday party. *9 Unit I 1. Put the verbs in the box in the correct form. 1. The book was_____________________last year. 2. The film was 3. A new disk was 4. Many flowers were late yesterday. ___ by my father. ------for the actors. write show buy bring 2. Look at the picture on page 9 and write what was done by your friends for a birthday party. The room was cleaned for a birthday party by______________________ 3. Look at the pictures and compare them. Use the words height, high, weight, to weigh. The Ostankino Tower is higher than the Eiffel Tower. Its height is more than 500 metres. The Statue of Liberty Big Ben 180 centimetres 150 centimetres 10 Family Stories An Indian elephant is bigger than an African one. Its weight is 800 kg. [L©©©®dd 1. Complete the chart. Vi V2 Vs wear held fallen call made become 11 Unit I 2. Do the puzzles and you’ll know the story about Little Prince. Put the sentences in the correct order and write the story. 3. What is there in the left part and in the right part of the room? (See page 13.) 1 2 3 4 5 12 ^ I I Family Stories IUI'e ri; o^©©@©DD aS’jj 1. What will be done for a New Year party? The words and the picture on page 9 will help yon. The room will be cleaned_____________________________________________ 2. Put the words in the box in the correct form. 1. The Kremlin _ 2. The museum 3. The room___ as a fortress (крепость). _____tomorrow. 4. This animal _ 5. This picture for a birthday party (usually). ________to the zoo last week. _____________ by the famous artist and you can see it here. to build to open to decorate to bring to paint 13 Unit I 3. Send an e-mail to your friend and write him / her about your family or about your pets (5 sentences). Dn©©©®m 1. Match the correct forms of the verbs from different bags and write them down. Use the example. give - gave - given,_______________________________________________________ Л fee/ wake up give bring fbj become '0^9"'' caug'^^ felt woke up \эгоид^^ 9o[i'e began ^®^Q/Tie boug'f'^ 2. - / ^ саиф^ felt woken up t»eg^^'^ 9/'ven brought bought' 14 2. Find 8 words about a family and circle them. Family Stories S W (Г a t h e T) s У u г а с u m u n c 1 e p S 1 с n f s r z a 0 e t У h t X b V q g m q е X 1 d f a m i 1 У n г Z f a 0 n t r e w 1 п d u s d m 1 e X m W i f e m 0 t h e r c 3. Translate the sentences from Russian into English. 1) Компьютерные игры любят во всем мире. 2) Этот фильм посмотрели все мои друзья. 3) Что будет построено на этом месте? 4) Эта книга была написана 10 лет назад. 5) Артистам всегда дарят много цветов. 6) Что будет сделано ко дню рождения? Комната будет украшена? 15 ETlift School World Ьэееой'- 1. Do the crossword. 8 Across 1. They are between lessons. 2. You go to this school when you are 11. 3. Subjects which you can’t choose. 4. Pupils wear it at school. 5. Noun form of the verb fo live. 6. You go to this school when you are 6 or 7. 7. Synonym to finish. Down 8. Time from holidays to holidays. 9. Not compulsory. 16 i The School World 2. Write what subjects you study at school. 1. Writers and their books. Literature 2. How to do sums.------------------------ 3. Animals, birds, fish.-------------------- 4. Countries and where they are on the map. 5. People and their life from the beginning to the present day. 6. Composers.----------------- 7. A foreign language you study. Ч к 3. Here are John’s answers. What are the questions? 1. What school do you study in? I study in secondary school. 2. -------------------------------------------------- I wear blue uniform at school. We have six terms in a school year. 4. I have five lessons a day. 5. We study a lot of subjects: Literature, Algebra, Biology, Music, etc. У/ Ч \ t \ 17 7 9 9 Unit II 1. Look at the pictures and write what children like doing. Use the verbs: to be fond of, to like, to enjoy. Peter is fond of playing football. 2. Put the words in the correct order and write the sentences. 1. Oxford, the, Library, in, oldest, Bodleian, is. Bodleian Library is the oldest in Oxford. 2. 1602, was, it, in, opened. 18J — The School World 3. library, of, Sir, was, books, Thomas, the, collecting, and, Bodley, fond, helped. 4. the, use, over, all, students, books, from, these, world. 5. Britain, second, is, largest, it, library, in, the. 3. Look at the picture and describe John’s classroom. There is a student's book on the desk near the window.. 19 Unit II t©©©®m g® 1. Write your ideal timetable. Day Time Monday Tue.sday Wediu*.4day I'tiursday Friday Saturday 1. 8:30 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 2. Cross the odd word out. (Вычеркни «лишнее» слово). 1. desk, lockers, bookcase, spiidol, blackboard 2. classroom, hall, library, cloakroom, playground 3. bag, suit, skirt, trousers, dress 4. elementary school, middle school, high school, secondary school, school uniform 5. Algebra, Literature, English, Exam, Music 3. Jack is a detective. He is writing his secret plans for tomorrow. Guess the meaning of his symbols and write down Jack’s plans. I’m going to watch Mag. I’m making a new j. If the weather is H fine, Mag to the park. If ^ J shines, she If the wind blows, she . If the weather V , she will stay at home, if she stays at home, she . If her friend her, they will go to the cinema. If I’m not late, I her. 20 The School World !• Do the rebuses and write the words (see page 102). 1,2,3 1,2,3 1,2,3,4,5 1,2,3,4 ♦i*k ^ к 1,2A4v 1,2,3,4,5,6,Л 1,2,3 з»Р^' + £ - «». ]| + J 21 Unit II — 2. Make up sentences using the information from the text in the Student’s Book and write them down. 1. The Boys' Brigade, international organization. The Boys' Brigade is an international organization for young people. 2. William Alexander Smith, Glasgow, 1883. 3. 60 countries. 4. 5 age groups. 5. Get awards for. 6. Children, trained to be. 3. Write 6 sentences about your plans for the weekend. Use the example. If it rains, I'll go to the cinema. _________________________________ ь©е©®ш.з ШЛ 1. Put the letters in the correct order and write down the words. 1. etws west_______________________ 5. tsuho--------------------------- 2. fsat 3. tioncopsimo 4. teas________ 6. planexi 7. hrotn _ 22] The School World 2. Look at the picture and write a short story (6-7 sentences). Use the words in the box. 3. What can you do in these clubs? 1. In a Sports club I can play football, tennis, badminton, hockey. 2. In a Music club I can 3. In an Art club I can _ 4. In a Literature club I can 5. In a Film club I can _______ 23 Unit II [LossodqS©' , ______ - ___i. 1. Complete the chart. Russia The UK The USA New Zealand School system Primary, secondary, college School age 7-17 School year starts End of January School year ends June School terms 6 2. Find 10-12 words and circle them. C 0 M P E T 1 T 1 0 N : 0 L D G U M W E S T В M F Y S A p V R V L * p R 1 M A R Y M R N 0 ^ i 0 E J M R E E N D M c ^ s E C "o' N D A R Y S •1 к ■ . i 1 F w E F A S T 1 V E ^ T L 0 X T J T s M в R 1 1 К p A N F M L 1 F E » 0 C 0 M P U L S R Y h 1 N S D U N 1 F 0 R M ■ ■.#> The School World 3. Write a letter to your English friend about your school. Use the plan. ii 1. What subjects you study. 2. How many days a week you study. 3. When you have holidays. 4. What clubs you have at school. Dear----------------------- I study in secondary school. With best wishes 25 [ eet Great Britain and New Zealand . 1. Write what people can make of these materials. Material Mr Black Mrs Johnes Mr White Mrs Smile Stone 1 Wood 1$ k. Metal Paper 1 ■ --------------------------------------- Mr Brown makes furniture of plastic. 26] Meet Great Britain and New Zealand 2. a) Make up new words using -er, -or, -al, -ous. music continent centre fame write act teach farm b) Complete the sentences with the words above. '— -------------------------------- J.K. Rowling is a famous writer. 1. Shakespeare is a 2. Chiidren saw a — 3. The_____________ Engiish in the fieid. part of Russia has ciimate. 4. Chariey Chapiin was a great---------------- . 5. Our_______________ schooi is named after Tchaikovsky. 6. Her name was Mary-Ann. She was our--------------------- at schooi. of Bioiogy 7. John went to the theatre and watched a new------------------ . 8. A_______________ grows fruit and vegetables in the farm. 3. Complete the sentences with the words another or other. 1. The highest mountain in Britain is Ben Nevis, ---------------important mountain is Snowdon. 2. There are many rivers in Britain, the most important is the Thames, large rivers are the Severn and the Avon. 3. The Celts lived in Engiand in the 11th century, name ----------------- tribes. 27 'nit III 4. The London underground is called the Tube. Do you know _______ name? 5. People speak English in Wales, _____________ language is Welsh. 6. What______________ places of interest do you know in London? [кэ8©®ш Sli !■ Match and write down the opposites. 1. builds 2. stone 3. village 4. large 5. land 6. rich a) sea b) town ‘■c) break d) poor e) water f) small build - break 2. Put the words in the correct order and write the sentences. 1. the, Britain, attacked, in, from, was, 3rd, east, century, the. In the 3rd century Britain was attacked from the east. 2. 410, army, Roman, the, power, in, lost, its, AD. 3. Anglo-Saxon, were, AD, built, towns, about, first, 600. 4. Vikings, in, to, the, 9th, came, century, Britain, the. 5. Britain, the, in, Normans, 1066, conquered. 6. became, 1066, William the Conqueror, Britain, the, of, in, king. 28l Meet Great Britain and New Zealand 3. Read the sentences, choose the words from the hox that match them and write them down. 1. You aren’t afraid of anything. 2. A synonym of the word big. 3. People live on it. 4. To become one of a group. 5. When you have no money you are ... 6. A synonym of the word city. 7. If you can lift 50 kg you are ... 8. If you can buy everything you are ... 9. People live in it, they have gardens and keep cows, pigs, horses. 10. To choose something after thinking carefully. brave brave poor strong land rich join town village large decide tel^s'on 31 / 1, Cross the odd word out. 1. boat, ship, train, plane, tra\^li 2. metal, wool, stone, dress, wood 3. go, fly, sail, book, swim 4. take, bring, lift, car, carry 5. beautiful, carefully, happily, bravely, strongly. 2. Here are Jane’s answers about the British history. Write down the teacher’s questions. Teacher: Who lived in Britain in the 6th—3rd centuries BC? Jane: Celtic tribes — the Piets, the Scots, the Britons and others lived in Britain in the 6th-3rd centuries BC. Teacher: -------------------------------------------------—----------------- ? Jane: The Roman army landed in Britain. I 29 Unit III Teacher: Jane: The Angles, the Saxons, the Jutes conquered Britain. Teacher:___________________________________________________________? Jane: The Celts brought it to Britain and built a lot of monasteries. Teacher: _________________________________________________________ ? Jane: Viking kings came on the English throne. Teacher:___________________________________________________________? Jane: It was in AD 1043-1066. 3. Complete the sentences with the new words: to join, to decide, rich, poor. 1. He will ---------Theatre club when he comes back from London. 2. __________ people are not always unhappy. 3. She has___________________________to visit New Zealand on holidays. 4. Charles Dickens wrote a lot about____________ people. 5. He looked at her beautiful house and understood how______________she was. 6. The family their child. that they must choose a new school for a Basketball club. 7. Mike and Jim ______ 8. _________Jimmy, he looks so sad. Ш 1, John is travelling around the world. He wrote a letter to his friend. Complete the sentences with the words in the box and you’ll learn what his letter is about. deep ■ surrounded ■ carried ■ situated ■ highest ■ wide ■ island separates ■ population ■ mild ■ foggy ■ boat ■ beautiful important 3o'¥ 9 Meet Great Britain and New Zealand wTo ' jSui^Mt Hi Jack, I’m on a far away now, it’s very here. Sorry I’ve forgotten its name but I can describe it. It’s by the Atlantic ocean. The ocean is very -------------------- __________________ here. I was__________________here by a . A small village is ------------------ and and the most on the island. The church is the ______________ building. There are no ________________ roads on the island. A small river __________________________ the church from the village. I know nothing about the ------------------------- of the village, but the climate is --------------------, so you can swim and enjoy the sun all day long. Hope you’re fine. Good luck! John 2. Do you remember the geography of Russia, Britain and America well? Write answers to the questions. 1. Where is Russia situated? Russia is situated in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. 2. What is it surrounded by? 3. What is the climate in Russia? 4. What separates Great Britain from the European continent? 5. What is Great Britain washed by? 6. What are the most important rivers in the USA? 7. What is the population of the USA? 31 — Unit III 3. Describe the place where you live. I live in Tolyatti. It is situated in Samarskaya region. IL©©@®dd [email protected] 1> Find 10 words and circle them. (c A R R y) W H 1 G H R W S E P A R A T E 0 S U R R 0 U N D W W W s 1 T U A T E D N W в F В A T T L E К N w M D M N L D F M S A 1 L S E T V 0 w 0 0 L W D E E P G D L P D D В Y U E G H L P R A 1 L w A Y 2. Use the map on page 84 in your Student’s Book (part 1) and tick “True” or “False”. , ^ . ............ _ True False Britain. □ □ 2. Belfast is the capital of Northern Ireland. □ □ 3. Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in Britain. □ □ 4. London stands on the Thames. □ □ 5. Cardiff is the capital of Wales. □ □ 32 6. The North Sea is between Ireland and Great Britain. 7. The Severn is the longest river in Britain. 8. Snowdon is 1,085 metres high. 9. The UK is washed by the Atlantic Ocean. 10. The Clyde is in Wales. 3. Put down geographical names on the map of the Russian Federation. Say where they are situated. Meet Great Britain and New Zealand True False □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ Arkhangelsk is situated to the north of Moscow. Moscow ■ Arkhangelsk ■ Tomsk ■ Volgograd ■ the Volga ■ the Lena ■ the Yenisei ■ the Caucasus ■ the Urals ■ the Black Sea ■ the Sea of Okhotsk ■ the Barents Sea Unit III Ь©©0®щ 1. Look at the pictures, make up short dialogues and write them down. Use the phrases from the box. Act out the dialogues in class. How about going ...? ■ Why don’t we ...? ■ That’s a wonderful idea! ■ That sounds good! ■ I don’t mind! / I’d rather ... ■ We’d better ... . Alex: How about going to the Black Sea? Michael: That'S Q wonderful idea!_________ Father: Son:___ Maria: Julia: - Peter:. Sveta:. 2. Listen to the text about lake Seliger (No. 121) and fill in the chart. 1. Seliger is situated 2. It occupies km, 3. It is deep. 4. It is known since 5. There live 6. You can visit 34jg[ ----------------------------------------- Meet Great Britain and New Zealand 2. Write 5-7 sentences about any famous historical place in Russia. Use the plan. 1. The name of this place. 2. Where it is situated. 3. What you can see there. 4. What it is famous for. 5. I recommend you to visit it because [кэ©©®т 1. a) Match the writers, the titles of the books and their characters. 1. Lewis Carroli 2. R. Kipling 3. J.K. Rowling 4. R. Stevenson a) The Book of Jungle b) Treasure Island c) Alice in Wonderland d) Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone 35 — Unit III b) *Write 3 sentences about each book in your exersise book. Use the example. "Robinson Crusoe" was written by D. Defoe. The main character is Robinson Crusoe. It’s an adventure story. 2. Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the new words: to discover, a discovery, to hear, a voyage, without. 1. The 20th century is the age of---------------------------------------------- 2. His first----------------------------- 3. Our life will be boring 4. Can you______________ 5. He___________________ , was across the English Channel. ________________________books. 6. I wonder if she has me well? . a new island in the 15th century. ________________________the news. 7. How long did it take the captain to _ 8. It took him 20 years to complete the the new land? 3. Do the rebus and guess what one of the most famous souvenirs from Oxford is. w + -2 + -1 / -2 -h -2 + -2 +T 361 Meet Great Britain and New Zealand b©8©®m.^ .....■ Mil 1. Put the letters in the correct order and write down the words. ehar hear_________________ rydisveco _____________________ rohu _____________________ hutoiwt _______________________ revocsid ______________________ geyvao ________________________ erwond ________________________ 2. Make tag questions and answer them. 1. London is the biggest city in Europe, isn't it? - Yes, it is. 2. It is washed by the Indian and the Pacific oceans, 3. Its population is more than seven million. 4. You can see there the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben, the London Eye, 9 5. Wax figures of famous people occupy Madame Tussaud’s, 6. There are 600 rooms in Buckingham Palace, 7. Beefeaters live in the Tower of London, 8. Hamleys is situated in Oxford Street, 9. You visited London with your class, Unit III 3. Answer the questions. 1. How long does it take you to get to the nearest shop? - It takes me 15 minutes to get to the nearest shop. 2. How long does it take you to get to the cinema? 3. How long does it take you to get to the post office? 4. How long does it take you to get to the centre of your town? 5. How long does it take you to get to your school? Ь©©@®ш ■SS 1. Write 5 true and 5 false facts about Edinburgh, answer the questions. a) Festivals of music, literature and art take place in Edinburgh, don't they? - Yes, they do. 1. 2. 3. ____________________________________________________________________ 4. ____________________________________________________________________ 5. ____________________________________________________________________ b) The Palace of Holyroodhouse is the residence of the Prince of Wales, is it? - No, it isn't. 1. 2. 3. ____________________________________________________________________ 4. ____________________________________________________________________ 5. _____________________________________________________________ 38 Meet Great Britain and New Zealand 2. Fill in the gaps. Use the words from the box. England ■ English ■ Scotland ■ Scottish ■ Wales ■ Welsh ■ Ireland ■ Irish ■ Holland ■ Dutch 1. is famous for it. 2. tea is known all over the world. is a land of tulips. flowers are symbols of 3. The symbol of__________ is a thistle. But kilt and a bagpipe are more famous. 4. ------------------------------- is famous for its sheep and wool. ---------------------woollen clothes is the best in cold weather. 5. All road signs in ________________________are in two languages: in ________________________and in ______________________________ . 3. Correct the false sentences. 1. Robert Louise Stevenson’s monument is the largest in Edinburgh. 2. Robert Burns is a famous Scottish short story writer. 3. Sir Walter Scott's most popular book is “Treasure Island”. 4. “Ivanhoe” was written by R.L. Stevenson. 5. Sir Walter Scott collected songs in Scottish. 6. R.L. Stevenson lived in the 18th century. 7. “Quentin Dorward” was written by Robert Burns. 8. Robert Burns is a writer of poetry, short stories and fiction. 39 Unit III b©@©®m 1. Look at the pictures, give the children names. Write what they would like to explore and what you would rather explore. f~ -----------—______ Jane and John would like to explore pyramids. I would rather explore rare birds. 2. Complete the sentences with the names of famous travellers: Faddey Bellinsgauzen, Mikhail Lazarev, James Cook, Ernest Shackelton, Ivan Kruzenshtern. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. is a famous explorer of the 20th century. ___________made “Atlas of the South Sea”. discovered a small planet. _________________discovered the Antarctic. discovered New Zealand. 40 '------------------------------------------------Meet Great Britain and New Zealand 3. Listen to the text (No. 122) and tick “True” or “False”. True False 1. The kiwi is a unique animal. □ □ 2. The kiwi can’t fly. □ □ 3. The kiwi gives sounds like “kiwi”. □ □ 4. Kiwis were first found in 1711. □ □ You’re giving an interview to the school club “Different Countries — Different People”. Write answers to the questions. Reporter: Where is New Zealand situated? You: New Zealand is situated on two large islands and a lot of small islands. Reporter: It’s famous for its nature, isn’t it? You:_______________________________________________________—--------- Reporter: What animals live there? You:_________________________________________________________________ Reporter: What is the symbol of New Zealand? You:_________________________________________________________________ Reporter: What languages are spoken in New Zealand? You:_________________________________________________________________ Reporter: Would you recommend to visit it? You:_________________________________________________________________ 2. Listen to the text about the Maoris (No. 123) and complete the table. The Maoris are They live in You can visit There are a lot of Today the Maoris 41 Unit ill 3. You’ve just come back from New Zealand. Write an e-mail to your friend about the country and its people. 1. Geographical position. 2. History. 3. Today’s life. 1. Complete the chart. Name of the country Geographical position Capital Symbols The head of the state Russia The UK New Zealand Meet Great Britain and New Zealand 2. Complete the sentences with tag questions and answer them. 1. New Zealand is situated in the Atlantic ocean, isn't it? - No, it isn't. 2. It isn’t separated from Australia by the Tasman sea,___________________? 3. The native people of New Zealand are called the Maoris, 4. A. Tasman explored New Zealand, 5. J. Cook didn’t explore New Zealand, 6. The Tasman Sea and the island of Tasmania were named after A. Tasman, ________________? 3. You have learned new information about the UK and New Zealand, haven’t you? Put down the facts which you didn’t know. Use the example. I have learned that ... . I have never known that ... . I « ealthy Lifestyle 1. Ask your partner the questions (the Student’s Book, part 2, Ex. 1) and write down his / her answers. Then change the roles. 1_________________________________________________________________ 2_________________________________________________________________ 3 ________________________________________________________________ 4 _______________________________________________________________ 5 _______________________________________________________________ 2. What should you do if you have an earache, a stomachache, a sore leg? If I have __________________________ , I should ___________________ . 3. Your pet has a health problem. Make up a dialogue between you and a doctor. Doctor: Come in. What’s the matter? You: Hello, doctor. My_______________ Doctor: _____________________________ has got You: 4. Complete the dialogue. Use the words in the box. What’s the matter? ■ to be sick a have caught a cold ■ a headache should ■ take this medicine Doctor; Hello! Peter: Hello, doctor! ! and I have 44Ж Healthy Lifestyle Doctor: You You go home and Peter: Thank you very much. 1. Match the words or the parts of the words. Make as many new words or word-combinations as you can. 2. Write why it happened to these people. 1. My friend has caught a cold because _ 2. Pete has a sore throat because 3. Joan has a headache because 4. Mr Black doesn't feel well because 3. What shouldn’t you do if you 1) don't feel well? If I don't feel well, I shouldn't go skating. 2) have a sore arm? 3) have a stomachache? 45 Unit IV 4) have a sore throat? 5) have a headache? [кэ©@®ш Щ 1. Listen to the text ’’The Best Breakfast” (No. 68) and complete the chart. Food You should have for breakfast You shouldn’t have for breakfast Bread Cornflakes Sweets Milk Cola Fruit tea Fruit Vegetables - Coffee Juice 2. Match the parts of the phrases and write them down. What’s ^ All Don’t It’s Get Feel Take this medicine, the matter? the best, worry, well, great! well soon. 461 Healthy Lifestyle 3. Маке up two short dialogues using the phrases from Exercise 2. - What's happened to him? - He doesn't feel well. - Don't worry. He will get well soon. V. 4. You’ve caught a cold. Write 3 phrases about what you should do and 3 phrases about what you shouldn’t do. b©©©®m Ч •imesi 1. Listen to the story about the 16th century kitchens (No. 70) and complete the charts. Royal Kitchens at Hampton Court How old is Hampton Court? How many rooms were there? How many people worked? How many people ate? Royal Food tomato soup □ fat soup □ fish □ fish and chips □ hamburgers □ fat meat □ fried potatoes □ cheese cakes □ big sweet cakes □ pies □ 47 ----Unit IV 2. Do the crossword. 3. Divide these words into 3 groups. spoon ■ milk ■ butter ■ plate ■ eggs ■ cake ■ juice ■ cola ■ cheese knife ■ coffee ■ fork ■ meat ■ bacon ■ pancake ■ water Food Drinks Tableware (посуда) 4. Complete the sentences with some, any, many, much, a lot of. 1. Please, give me 2. Is there________ 3. There are not 4. I’d like to catch 5. Would you like _ 6. He has got_____ 7. There is_______ potatoes. butter on the table? ______ mushrooms in the forest. _______fish! tea? bananas and apples. water in the pot. 48 Healthy Lifestyle 1. Match the words and write down the pairs of words as in the example. tea ■ knife ■ coffee ■ fork ■ plate ■ soup ■ spoon ■ salad ■ tomato ■ cake ■ potato ■ dessert ■ ketchup ■ table ■ bread ■ fruit ■ cheese Tomato ketchup, 2. Write 3 sentences about your favourite food. Is it healthy? 3. Complete the sentences with tag questions. Table knives are the biggest, aren't they? 1. The first spoons were made of wood, — 2. Dessert spoons are used for ice cream, 3. All the children like sweets, ---------- 4. Every morning you have coffee with milk, — 5. You should drink mineral water before dinner. L©©©®m 1. Complete the sentences with tag questions. 1. You aren’t lazy, ______________ ? 2. They don’t take care of their health, ---------- 49 Unit IV 3. He doesn’t do sports, 4. You don’t want to be fit, 2. Match the parts of the words or expressions and write them down. 3. Complete the dialogue. Use the words from the box. way ■ a fitness club ■ a good idea ■ keep fit ■ take care ■ jogging Doctor: You should Peter: I’d like to, but which Doctor: If you want to ______ and join ____________________ Peter: It’s _________________ of your health. go 1. Listen to the interviews (No. 75) and complete the chart. Name Where from? Cares for Tim Nina Andrew 50 7 7 L ---------- --------- - ------------------------ Healthy Lifestyle 2. Answer the questions and you’ll learn if your way of life is healthy or not. 1. When do you wake up?__________ 2. What do you have for breakfast? 3. How many hours a day do you play computer games? 4. How many hours a day do you walk with your friends? 5. When and where do you have dinner? 6. What do you like to eat? 7. Do you do sports? When? 8. When do you go to bed? _ 9. Is your way of life healthy? 3. Complete the sentences with tag questions. 1. It’s Important to protect nature, ------------- 2. We have to feed birds in winter, ______________ 3. People have to take care of places where they live, 4. Healthy way of life is not only good food, ------- ? 7 ? 7 4. Write down what we should do (3 sentences) and what we mustn’t do (3 sentences) to keep fit. ; 51 Lround the USA Ь©©©®т @© If 1. Try to find 6 words on the ship and write them down. 2. Complete the sentences with something, anything, nothing. 1. Is there --------------------------------------------------to eat? 2. I can see in the dark room. 3. I can’t see 4. He knows - 5. He doesn’t know 6. He never reads _ about it. about it. , only tales. 52 -------------------------------------------------------------Around the USA 3. Find the mistakes and write down the correct sentences. 1. European explorers crossed the Atlantic Ocean before the 15th century. 2. They knew a lot about the Atlantic Ocean. 3. Columbus saw America for the first time on the 10th of October, 1492. 4. It took him 5 months to cross the Atlantic Ocean. 5. They had very fast ships. 6. We celebrate Columbus Day on the 14th of October. 1. Complete the questions and answer them. The USA is the biggest country in the world, isn't it? - No, it isn't. 1. There are fifty states in the USA, 2. The US capital was named after G. Washington, 3. American nature is very beautiful. 4. You need a lot of courage to cross the falls. 7 — Unit V 2. Неге are the answers. What are the questions? 1. - Sequoia was born in the state of Tennessee. No, his mother was an Indian woman. 3. - Yes, he had a family. 4. - He never learned to write or read English. It took him 12 years to finish the Cherokee system of writing. 6. - His name was given to the tallest tree and a national park. 3. Complete the chart. Vx V2 Va sink understood crossed take made climbed b©©@®m 1. Complete the sentences with somebody, anybody, nobody. 1. Is there___________________here? 2. I think-------------------is at home. 3. ------------------wants to see you. 4. I don’t want to see____________________ . 54 2 5 Around the USA 5. In the 19th century___________ could get to the South Pole. 6. Did ___________ know how big the world was? 2. Do you remember where Carlson lived? Describe him and his house using the words in the box. c top ■ outside ■ inside ■ step ■ stairs ■ thick 3. What is wrong in the picture of the Taos pueblo? There weren’t any palaces in the Taos pueblo. 55 Unit V union 69 I 1, Write what travelling is cheaper, faster or more expensive - by bus, by train, by sea or by plane. ■ ---------------------------------------------------------- Travelling by bus is cheaper than travelling by sea. 2. Read the text and answer the questions on page 57. The Hudson River is 507 km long. It flo\ws (течёт) from the north to the south of the USA. It was named after Captain Henry Hudson. He was an Englishman and he was a sailor. In the summer of 1610, with his Dutch seamen, he sailed by ship to an unknown river. He wanted to stay there for a winter. But not all his friends wanted to stay for a long time. They left a small boat for Captain Hudson and went away. Nine men stayed with him in a place where the town New Amsterdam was built and later was named New York. Around the USA 1. How long is the Hudson River? 2. When did Henry Hudson sail there? 3. Who sailed with him? 4. Who stayed with Capitan Hudson in a small boat? 3. Complete the questions about the Indian Pueblo and answer them. 1. Have you heard about---------------------------------------------- ? 2. Have you ever been, to 3. There are no stairs or steps in the house, 4. People can’t watch the house from outside, 5. Will you be given a ladder to get to the rooms at the IS^son 70 1. Look at the picture of St Isaac’s Cathedral and complete the sentences with the words in the box. inside ■ sight ■ took ■ was built ■ top biggest ■ height ■ outside St Isaac’s Cathedral is the___________________cathedral in St Petersburg, its______________________is 101.5 metres. It--------------------in 1858. 57 7 9 7 7 — Unit V It 40 years to build it. There are many pictures and --------- the cathedral. There are many beautiful --------- it. You can climb the _______________________ statues ___________________ buildings _________________ of the cathedral and from there can see very beautiful of St Petersburg. 2. Write 5 sentences about any game you like to play (or to watch) using the words in the box. a fan ■ a team ■ a player ■ a ball ■ a winner 3. Complete the sentences. 1. Summers are warm in California, but the water 2. There are very strong____________________________ 3. Nobody windsurfs without_________________________ 4. San Francisco is situated _______________________ 5. In 1866 Levi Strauss began ______________________ 6. Jeans were less__________________________________ 1. Write down antonyms to the words: Cheap - expensive________ slow - small - _________________ to buy - inside - ________________ often - poor - ------------------ late - 581 ---------------------------------------------------Around the USA 2. You want to visit the shop “A Computer Land” with your father. Make up a dialogue using the words in the box. to sell ■ cheap ■ expensive ■ to buy ■ to choose ■ Ho\w about ... ? You: Dad, they sell computers here.. Father: _____________________________ You: ________________________________ Father: 3. Write 5 sentences about the battle at Borodino. [k3©s®m 1. Complete the sentences with somewhere, anywhere, nowhere. 1. Have you seen my bag ___________________________________________ 2. This island is situated ____________ 3. You can't go alone _________________ 4. Your ticket should be ______________ 5. I can't find my book________________ ________ in the Atlantic Ocean. because it's very dangerous. ________________on your table. 2. Complete the tag questions and write the answers. 1. At the beginning of the war the USA had a lot of victories, 9 2. The Americans burnt the Parliament building, 59 9 3. Baltimore was a very important port, 4. On the 14th of September 1814 people saw a big American flag over Baltimore, ________________________________________________________________ 5. The American army didn’t show courage, 6, The final American victory came in 1815, 3. Your family is discussing a plan for your holidays. Write where you would like to go and why. t©©@©m Ы 1. Guess the words and fill in the correct letters. w_r, vic_ory, t_am, sa_e, b__________y, in_ide, sta — rs, s_ll, ch_ap, e____pensive 2. Read part 2 of the text “The Last of the Mohicans” in the Student’s Book again, find mistakes in the sentences below and write down the correct sentences. 1. Heyward decided not to go and save the girls. 2. Suddenly he heard a cry from the house. 60 [ 7 Around the USA 3. He didn’t see the girls inside the cave. 4. The girls were sad when Magua came into the cave. 5. Suddenly a big tiger appeared behind Magua. 6. Uncas was outside another deep cave. 3. Write what is sold in a book shop and in a sports shop. 1. Complete the chart with the information from the text in Ex. 6 in the Student’s Book or write down “Not stated” if the information is not given. Facts Yuri Gagarin Alan Shepard Born (when, where) 9 March, 1934, the village of Klushino Not stated Parents Brothers/Sisters Sport Space flights (how many, when) Family (wife, children) Died J 61 Unit V 2. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box. spend choose to make the first flight 1. Yuri Gagarin ____________ into space. 2. He _______________ in the village near Smolensk 3. On the 12th of April, 1961 Gagarin ------------- the first man to travel into space. 4. He _________________ 108 minutes there. become 3. Write 5 sentences about your favourite hero or any well-known person. 4. Would you like to be a cosmonaut? Write down the answer and explain (объясни) why (4—5 sentences). Around the USA Ьо©©®[11 S 1. Complete the chart. Vi Va V3 run went seen hold found become catch put take 2. Translate into English. 1. Oh ничего не знает о США. 2. Знаешь ли ты что-нибудь о Колумбе? 3. Она что-то знает об этой истории. 4. Дай мне молока, пожалуйста. 5. Ты принесёшь мне чаю? 6. Никто не знал, где она живёт. 7. Поедем куда-нибудь далеко-далеко. Г 63 Unit 8. Его нигде не нашли. 64! 3. Complete the sentences with any, somebody, something, somewhere, nothing, anything, nowhere. 1. Have you read Columbus? 2. I would like__ book about Christopher to drink. 3. He doesn’t want to eat 4. _________________________ 5. He said _________________ now. wants to see you. ________about it. 6. We are going to have a rest 6. You have to go _______________ and cold. in Scotland. today because it is rainy our fVee Timo Ьэ@©®т 1. Nick is talking to Emily about hobbies. Listen to their conversation (No. 97) and fill in the chart. Nick Emily Hobby/Club How often (Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday) Why 2. a) Find 9 words and circle them. Write them down. D R A W 1 N G s D S S К 1 1 N G E w A Q 1 D J V M Z F 1 N В N W U 1 P c N M C 1 G F M S D V C M 1 N 1 D V S К A T 1 N G N A T К L D N N G 0 G C 0 0 К 1 N G X N M 0 D E L L 1 N G P 0 G P A 1 N T 1 N G b) Fill in the cards on page 66 about your hobbies. Use the words in the box. cooking ■ cycling ■ dancing ■ doing sports ■ reading ■ shopping swimming r hiking ■ camping ■ collecting things ■ playing computer games 65 ---- Ur.!’- VI HOBBIES usually often J sometimes 3. Fill in the chart and write about your and your friend’s hobby. You Your Friend Hobby/Club When Where How often (Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday) Why [кэ©©®ш Ш I. Make as many phrases as you can. Write them down. Collect postcards Collect jigsaw puzzles Play models Make postcards Do checkers 66 ^ Your Free Time Be fond of Enjoy Be afraid of Ride Go drawing camping a bike swimming taking pictures 2. You’re taking an interview. Mr Star is your guest today. Write what questions you ask him. You: What is your favourite hobby? Mr Star: Nice to meet you. Well, my favourite hobby is cooking. You: ______________________________________________________________ ? Mr Star: I started cooking when I was seven. You: _________________________________________________________________ ? Mr Star: The first thing I cooked was an apple pie. You: _________________________________________________________________ ? Mr Star: My favourite dish is a roast turkey. I make it only on Christmas. You: _________________________________________________________________ ? Mr Star: My family enjoys my cooking greatly. 3. Listen to the text about Bristol (No. 99) and fill in the chart. There is an extra topic you have no information for. General facts Geographical position Climate Population History Today 67 Unit VI Ь©©©®т S 1. Look at the pictures and write what the children used to do in a camp last summer. Use the example. ^>CAvM|o|c 68 Your Free Time 2. Complete the sentences and add your own example. Madame Tussaud's Museum ■ the London Zoo ■ the National Gallery ■ the Tower of London ■ Her Majesty’s Theatre 1. The Tower of London is worth visiting because you can learn many interesting facts about English history there. 2. __________________________________________ is worth visiting because you can see many famous paintings there. 3. _________________________ is worth visiting because you can see a lot of animals there. 4. is worth visiting because you can watch a good play there. 5. __________________________ is worth visiting because you can see wax figures of popular people there. 6. 3. Do you remember Susan’s letter well? (Student’s Book, Ex. 6) Find mistakes in this text and write the correct sentences. Susan’s favourite monument is Stonehenge. It is a modern monument which is made of large stones, some stone circles and stone roads. There are lots of cows there. Avebury is situated in the village of Avebury, not far from Glasgow. It is one of the finest and largest Neolithic monuments in the world, which is about 7000 years old. It’s really worth visiting! Susan's most favourite monument is Avebury___________________________ 69 Unit VI [L©©©©m'i 1. Listen to four people talking about their hobbies (No. 104), fill in the chart. Singing Dancing Snowboarding Swimming Chris Julia Stephanie John 2. Imagine that you have taken an interview with Jenny about the White Tower. Write her answers to your questions. You: When did people begin to build it? Jenny: They began to build it between 1078 and 1087. You: When was it finished? Jenny: ________________________________________________________________ You: What is it called now? Jenny:_________________________________________________________________ You: Why is it called the White Tower? Jenny:_________________________________________________________________ You: Why was it built? Jenny:_________________________________________________________________ 3. Do the crossword about sports. 1 1. гребля 2. альпинизм 3. катание на коньках 4. катание на велосипеде 5. бег трусцой 6. катание на лыжах 7. катание на сноуборде 8. плавание 7 701[ И 8 \ Your Free Time Ь©©8®[№ 1. Choose your favourite pet and write about it. Questions in Ex. 3 on page 75 in the Student’s Book will help you. My favourite pet is__________________________________________________ 2. Complete the sentences with -self pronouns. 1. My hobby is Riverdance. I go in for Riverdance_____ 2. Jack’s hobby is painting. He’s painted this picture 3. Lily’s hobby is cooking. She’s cooked this cake — 4. Our hobby is camping. We’ve put this tent--------- 5. Nick and Harry’s hobby is modelling. They’ve made this model of a ship ___________________________________________________________________ . 6. What is your hobby? What can you do yourself?--------------------------- ji- 71 Unit VI 3. Look at the pictures and describe the hobbies the children have. Jane is skating. Her hobby is skating. 1. Put the letters in the correct order and write down the words. 1. gniogjg jogging 2. mngiicbi _________ 3. cngicyi __________ 4. iskngi 5. iknsagt 6. ongriw 72 T Your Free Time 2. Write the numbers. 369 three hundred and sixty-nine 845 ______________________________________ 415 ______________________________________ 981 ______________________________________ 148 ______________________________________ 634 ______________________________________ 555 ______________________________________ 3. Choose the correct word and complete the sentences. You should have a) a phone b) a map and a compass c) a hat Orienteering means______ a) running b) getting tired c) searching Orienteering includes for orienteering. a lot. a) climbing b) high jumping c) long distance running There are professional orienteering teams in ----------- a) a few b) a lot of c) few Orienteering can help in ------------------------------- a) school subjects b) keeping form c) staying healthy and learning well If you want to find the right way yourself, you should a) have a map b) know different languages c) be good at orienteering countries. 6. Unit VI 1. Vanya is taking part in the quiz show “Best Sportsmen In The World”. Listen to an interview (No. 108) and complete the chart. СЛ •pN Л < "o о ■ФЛ s 'C и pC о о >> ьл ce о £ A S s Oh Lev Yashin Yelena Isinbayeva Igor Akinfeev Tatiana Lebedeva Nick Faldo Ian Botham Brian O’Driscoll 2, Put the numerals in a written form. Write your own example. 1. As far as I know the Volga is 3,530 (---------------------- .) kilometres long. 2. As far as I know the Mountain Everest is 8,848 (. ) metres high. 3. As far as I know there are 365 (------------------- 4. As far as I know Lake Baikal is 1,637 (. .) days in a year. 5. As far as I know there are 257 (. .) metres deep. .) countries in the world. 74 6. As far as I know the Ostankino Tower is 540 (_ Your Free Time 7. As far as I know Big Ben is 96 (. 8. ________________________________ .) metres high. .) metres high. 3. Put the words in the correct order and write the sentences. 1. 300 km, as, know, the river, I, Severn, far, as, long, is. As far as I know the river Severn is 300 km long. 2. try, I, like, to, windsurfing, would. 3. exciting, think, is, film, I, this. 4. think, hobby, this, is, very, I, popular, today. 5. she, try, snowboarding, would, to, in winter, like. 6. as, St Petersburg, far, used to be, I, the capital, as, know, of Russia. 4. *Do you know what your friend cares for? Write 5 sentences about your friend’s interests. 1. My friend’s name is------------------------------------------------------ . 2. He / she is interested in--------------------------------------------------- 3. He / she goes in for----------------------------------------------- 4. He / she cares for years. for too, because 5. He / she enjoys because __________ very much 75 Unit VI [кэеесзт 1. Listen to four children and say what they used to do last spring and what they do now (No. 110). Fill in the chart. Last spring Now Maggy Chris Mary Paul 2. Cross the odd word out. 1. Disneyland, Theme Park, Attraction Park, Hyde Park. 2. Painting, doing homework, playing chess, collecting stamps. 3. Water-skiing, skating, doing jigsaw puzzle, swimming. 4. the Thames, the Volga, the Severn, Ben Nevis. 5. Thirteen, nineteen, eleven, sixteen. 3. Write 5-7 sentences about your hobby. Use the following phrases: I used to ... ■ I care for ... because ... ■ as far as I know ... I’m afraid I ... ■ It’s worth When I was a child I used to 76 J olidays to Enjoy 1- Look at the pictures and write what places these children are planning to visit. Use the example. Cathy is planning to visit the Kremlin. I 77 Unit VII 2. Listen to four students talking about their holidays (No. Ill) and tick the activities they do on holidays. Add information about yourself. Lionel Susan Steve Lora You Climbing Camping Cooking Hiking City touring Fishing Horse riding 3. True or false? Tick the true sentences. 1. One can get to the Valley of Geysers by train. СИ 2. The Kamchatka Peninsula is world famous for its geysers. □ 3. There are more than 100 geysers there. □ 4. The valley was discovered in 1941. СИ 5. The Giant Geyser throws water about 30 metres up. СИ 6. People from different countries visit Kamchatka every year. □ !■ a) Write in what city these places are situated. Use As far as I know. . ..................... ^ .............' —^ As far as I know Tarkhany is situated not far from Penza. 1. The Kremlin, Red Square, the Bolshoi Theatre. 2. Piccadilly Circus, the Houses of Parliament, Westminster Abbey. 3. White House, the Statue of Liberty, the National Museum. 78 р г t Holidays to Enjoy 4. Winter Palace, Peter and Paul Fortress, Avrora cruiser. 5. The Levitan Museum, old churches and beautiful sights. b) Write the sights which are situated in (not far from) your own town. I live in Vladimir. The Golden Gates are situated in my town. 2. Send an e-mail to your friend about a film you watched last time. 3 mTo IjSubje^ Hi How are you doing? I'm fine. and watched _________________ It’s a ______________________ (when) I went to the cinema ________________________________ (title). (genre). The ,, i main characters are . It’s about . It’s very _ (interesting, exciting, boring, famous, beautiful). And what about you? Good luck! See you soon. 79 Unit VII 2, Listen to a radio programme about school holidays in the world (No. 112) and fill in the chart. Add information about yourself. Country Holidays Activities Mary John Linda You 1, Find 10 words and circle them. R и C К S А С К т S D A A H с J А S Е и В U P в А Е М с N N 0 L V и R А О т Т G 0 R M к F N N G N L К C U м В R Е L L А S W A т Е R Y L S S P S T Е R Е О X D S u F A В 1 С Y С L Е s W 1 м S и 1 т Р S Novosibirsk Ц 2. Listen to Katya talking about her journey to Lake cities in Baikal (No. 114) and number the order she visited them. the Kazan 1 1 Cheiyabinsk □ Omsk 1 1 Irkutsk □ Moscow 1 1 Krasnoyarsk □ 80^ Holidays to Enjoy 3. Complete the sentences. 1. When my parents and me go to the Black Sea my father will teach me to swim. 2. If my sister and me go to Disneyland, --------------------------------- 3. If I cross the Atlantic Ocean in a yacht, 4. When I find the book I want 5. If I reach the four extreme Poles of the planet. 6. If I stay at home. 7. When I finish my homework b©©©®[D ®® T 1. Complete the sentences with the words. 1. John prefers to 2. The ____________ by car. 8 hours by train. 3. The ______________ 4. Sea_______________ from Moscow to St Petersburg took us along the Volga river takes 7 days, are very popular with tourists. 2. Complete the sentences. Write what you will take with you. 1. If I go to a voyage by ship, -------------------------------- 2. If I go to Novosibirsk in December, 3. If I fly to Sochi in July, -------- 4. If I go to London, --------------- 5. If I go to my grandparents, journey travel voyage cruise 81 Unit VII -3. Nick Julia Patrick Tracy Listen to four children talking about their journeys to different countries (No. 116) and fill in their names. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. . travelled across the Atlantic Ocean to the USA. . visited Kaliningrad last summer. . travels to the grandparents by car or by train, -’s bag weighed 20 kilograms. . doesn’t like to travel alone. . has travelled by plane only once. . prefers travelling on board the ship. . doesn’t like long journeys. ш©ш©ш аш 1. Complete the dialogues. Use the example. Alice: The Botanical Garden is beautiful, isn’t it? Jane: To my mind it’s the most beautiful place I’ve ever been to. Jim: Rolls Royce is the fastest car, isn’t it? Jack:____________________________________________ Mary: You look perfect in this blue dress! Cathy:________________________________________ Peter: Let’s go to the cinema today! Mike: ________________________________ 2. Jenny is talking about her visit to Nahanni National Park. Write down her answers to the reporter. Reporter: Where is Nahanni National Park situated? Jenny: Nahanni National Park is a part of the Mackenzie Mountain. 82 J Reporter: What does the name Nahanni mean? Jenny:_______________________________________ Reporter: What did you see in the park? Jenny:--------------------------------------- Holidays to Enjoy Reporter: Are Virginia Fails higher than Niagara Faiis? Jenny:--------------------------------------------- Reporter: When did people first come to iive there? Jenny:____________________________________________ 3. Write 5-7 sentences about a holiday of your dream. Use the plan. 1. Name of the place. 2. Its geographical position. 3. Its sights. 4. To your mind... 5. Would you recommend other children to visit it? [кэееет'Ш !• Match the type of holiday with its description. 1. You go from city to city and see interesting sights. You go by train or by bus. 2. You take your rucksack and enjoy walking long miles and watching wiid nature. a) sightseeing tour b) sea voyage c) hiking d) camping 83 Unit VII - 3. You go on board the ship. You visit different cities, see historical monuments. 4. You like wild life, take your friends and your tent and enjoy yourself near a lake in the forest. 2. Divide the words into four groups. Give your examples. ship ■ tent ■ bus ■ rucksack ■ camera ■ matches ■ stick ■ book ■ sunglasses ■ food ■ beautiful clothes ■ shorts and T-shirts ■ bottle of water ■ sleeping bag ■ video camera ■ cap ■ swimming suit ■ comfortable shoes э cups and plates and spoons Sightseeing tour Summer camping Hiking Sea voyage 3. Listen to four people describing their holidays (No. 118) and tick the correct answers. 1. Margaret had a sightseeing tour in Britain. 2. Margaret visited eight cities. 3. Masha goes hiking only in summer. 4. Masha has a lot of adventures when hiking. 5. Victor goes in for camping for 5 years. 6. Victor thinks that camping is useful for life. 7. Tony has travelled by ship a lot. 8. He is fond of reading adventure stories about pirates. □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ 84^ Holidays to Enjoy Ш©э©©[11 1. Listen to part 1 of the story “Mrs Mouse’s Holiday” tick the things Mrs Mouse took with her. (No. 120) and a scarf □ a sun hat □ a dress □ an umbrella □ pink shoes □ shorts □ an evening dress □ a jacket □ white shoes □ a T-Shirt □ sun glasses □ trainers □ 2. Put the sentences in the correct order. 1. She swam to a small stone and slept on it. 2. She spent a wonderful holiday there. 3. She went to the sea, found a good place and slept. 4. Mrs Mouse returned to the guesthouse. 5. Her guesthouse was close to the sea. 6. She found herself at an empty beach. 7. Noisy neighbours made Mrs Mouse leave her place. □ □ □ □ □ □ □ i 85 Unit VII 3. Describe the pictures. Write 4—5 sentences about each picture. In picture A the children are camping,. 86 ж EST Yourself !■ Listen to Susan’s correct answers. story about her mother (No. 124) and tick the [ How old is Joan? a) 40 D b) 37 What does she look like? a) She has long dark hair. b) She has short dark hair. c) She has short fair hair. She is a) a teacher. b) a doctor. c) a musician. Q[ Their pet is a) a hamster. b) a cat. c) a dog. □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ c) 39 □ 2. Read the text and tick the correct answers on page 88. Hugh John Lofting was a British engineer and a writer. The most favourite character of his stories is Doctor Dolittle. Hugh Lofting was born on January 14, 1886 in England. His parents were English. After finishing school he went to the United States to study engineering. He was married and had three children. Hugh Lofting took part in World War I and from the front he sent letters to his children with stories about Doctor Dolittle. Later those letters for children became very famous. For one of them, 87 “The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle”, he even won the Newbery Medal (a prize for American authors) as “The Best Children’s Book of the Year" in 1922. Lofting illustrated his books himself. Q| Hugh Lofting was b) a writer a) an artist I His parents were I ! c) an engineer and a writer □ I [ b) English c) American □ □ a) Scottish [Q He had a) three children Q b) five children c) one child 1^1 He wrote about a) Doctor Dolittle b) Doctor Aybolit Q c) Doctor Fleming Qj 3. Put the sentences in the Passive form. 1. The Arctic Ocean washes Russia. Russia is washed by the Arctic Ocean. 2. Students wrote a lot of articles for the school newspaper. 3. We’ll plant all the trees tomorrow. 4. People in Russia speak more than 100 languages. 5. They won't construct the building in time. 6. People protect nature in a lot of countries. 4. Give a talk on any member of your family. Use the plan. 1. Describe him / her. 2. Say about his / her profession. 3. Say about his / her interests and hobbies. 88 |« ч- k Test Yourself 1. Listen to the text (No. 125) and tick “Yes” or “No”. Yes No 1. Nicky was happy to move to the city. □ □ 2. Nicky didn’t want to change his school. □ □ 3. Nicky went to elementary school in Cardiff. □ □ 4. Ted was nice to Nicky. □ □ 5. Nicky and Ted became friends. □ □ 2. Read the text and answer the questions below. The Spartans lived in the part of Southern Greece called Laconia. Sometimes people called them the Spartans and sometimes the Laconians. Those people were very brave and their way of life was very simple. One of their rules was that they should always speak very briefly (кратко) using no more words than were necessary. We often call a short answer laconic: that is such an answer as a Laconian could give. There was a land called Macedonia in Northern Greece. It was ruled by the king Philip. Philip wanted to become the head of all Greece. He had a great army and conquered state after state. But he couldn’t conquer Laconia. When Philip came to Laconia he sent a letter to the brave Spartans: “If I conquer your country, I will destroy your great city”. After a day or two he was given the answer. When he opened the letter he found only one word in it. That word was “If”. 1. Why did the Laconians speak very briefly? 2. What do we call a short answer? 3. Why did Philip attack Laconia? 4. Why did the Spartans answer Philip’s letter in one word? 89 5. Do you speak laconically? 6. When do you speak laconically? 3. Complete the sentences. 1. If I Study in an English school, I will Speak English. 2. If I visit an American school, ________________________ 3. If I have a friend in an Australian school, 4. If I get only “fours” and “fives” at school,_ 5. If I’m a teacher, __________________________ 4. Think about your best day at school and tell your friends about it. Say when it was, what you did, why it was the best day. 1. Listen to the text (No. 126) and choose the correct answer. Janet Orwell is ... by profession. a) a doctor □ b) a traveller □ c) an explorer □ 1 Her hobby is - a) taking care for people. □ b) travelling. □ c) collecting interesting things. 1 Her Australian friend told her about □ a) hurricanes (ураганы). □ b) weather. □ c) names of hurricanes. □ Test Yourself I An Australian weatherman named hurricanes after a) his neighbours. b) his children. c) his dogs. The World Meteorological Organization prepares a list of for future hurricanes. a) girls and boys’ b) dogs’ c) countries’ □ □ □ names □ □ □ 2. Read the text. Tick the correct sentences. Correct the wrong sentences. Do you know what the two words taken from Australian native language by Russian and English are? Linguists say that the word “kangaroo” came into English as early as 1770 at the time of the first expedition of Captain Cook. “Boomerang” was taken later - about 1830. These words came into Russian from the Australian native language thanks to the expeditions of Miklukho-Maklay, a famous Russian explorer, whose discoveries made him a legend in his lifetime. And do you know who planted the first apple tree in Australia? It was the famous Captain Bligh of the Bounty ship. In 1787 some of the crew fought against Bligh’s cruel discipline and put him and 18 sailors in a small boat and left them in the sea. The boat crossed 5,793 km of open sea and landed in Australia. 1. The word kangaroo came into Russian from the English language. Q 2. The word kangaroo came into English after the first Captain Cook’s expedition. Ц 3. The word boomerang came into English before the word kangaroo. Cj 4. The words kangaroo and boomerang came into Russian from the Australian native language. EH 5. Miklukho-Maklay brought only the word boomerang in the Russian language. EH 6. The first apple tree was planted by Captain Cook. EH 7. Captain Bligh was left in the sea because of his cruel discipline. EH 8. Captain Cook came to Australia in a small boat in 1787. EH centre name danger differ fame direct final 3. Change the words from the list and complete the sentences. Komodo dragon lives in the _______central______ part of the island of Komodo, which is part of Indonesia. It was_______________after the_________________of the island. Komodo dragons are very____________________________________animals. They eat chickens, goats, _____________________animals and people. They are ________________for their height, they grow up to be three metres long. Film________ make cartoons about Komodo dragons. you should remember that they are still alive now! 4. Tell your classmates what you have learnt about Great Britain and/ or New Zealand in this unit. Use the plan. 1. Geographical position. 2. Nature, climate. 3. Famous people. 4. History. 92 £ Test Yours*»lf 1. Listen to the text about Doctor Dolittle (No. 127), tick “Yes” or “No”. Yes l 1. Some of the animals didn’t want to live in Dr Dolittle’s house. , 1 2. They didn’t like his house. j 3. The crocodile had a toothache. [Щ 4. The Doctor couldn’t help him. _ 5. The crocodile wanted to stay in his house. __ 6. When the crocodile met the other animals he was angry. 2. Read the text and tick the correct endings in the sentences on page 94. Do you know what “The Red Cross and the Red Crescent”' is? It is the international organization that has more than 100 million members in 170 countries. It gives practical help to everybody who needs it, especially wounded^ soldiers, during and after wars, epidemics. It also organizes special programmes for young people interested in volunteer work. It all began in 1859 during a battle between the French and the Austrian armies around the village of Solferino in Northern Italy. More than 30,000 soldiers were killed and 10,000 were wounded. Nobody was there to give help. A 30-year-old Swiss businessman, Henry Dunant, who was travelling across Italy at that time, organized the people from other villages into taking care of the wounded. Then doctors from other cities and countries came and organized hospitals. It was Dunant’s idea, described in his book “A Memory of Solferino”, to create'^ a neutral volunteer organization and to organize an international conference to put 'The Red Cross and the Red Crescent Красный Полумесяц ^ wounded - раненые ® to create - создавать Красный Крест и ) 93 his plan into action. Dunant gave all his money for this organization and became poor. But in 1901 Dunant was given the first Nobel Peace Prize for his services to humanity’. I “The Red Cross and the Red Crescent” is a) an international organization. b) a British organization. c) a Russian organization. I It all began a) in 1859. b) in 1941. c) in 1914. Henry Dunant was a) an Italian engineer. b) a Swiss businessman. c) a French traveller. I Dunant’s idea was a) to create a neutral organization. b) to open a new hospital. c) to create a political organization. I “The Red Cross and the Red Crescent” has a) 10 million members. b) 50 million members. c) 100 million members. □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ 3. a) Complete the sentences with tag questions and answer them. 1. You take care of your health, ____________________ ? 2. You don’t hunt birds and animals, _____________________? 3. A healthy way of life is not only good food. ’humanity - гуманизм 94j[ 7 Test Yourself 4. You do sports, _____________________ 5. You don’t like to wake up early, b) Complete the sentences with some, any, no, many, much, a lot of. 1. We see_____________________people in the street. 2. Is there___________________sugar in my coffee? 3. I can’t take ___________________ books with me. 4. Give me ___________________tomatoes, please. 5. Are there 6. I don’t like wild animals in the zoo? _ butter in sandwiches. 4. What is a healthy way of life for you? 1. Listen to the text (No. 128) and tick “Yes” or “No” on page 96. \ 95 7 9 Yes No □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ 1. Alaska is in the North of America. 2. Aiaska is the largest state of America. 3. The north-west of America was part of Great Britain. 4. Alaska was discovered by James Cook. 5. The first settlement there was founded in 1741. 6. The first capital of Alaska was New Arkhangelsk. 7. Alaska was sold to America in 1967. 2. Read the text and tick the correct endings in the sentences below. Everybody knows that Columbus discovered America. But was it really Columbus who discovered this land? In the 10th century, more than 400 years before him the Vikings came to the northern part of America, on an island named Greenland. Later a Viking explorer Leif Eriksson decided to sail to the south to find lands more comfortable than Greenland. After a long voyage Leif and his seamen discovered a new land, which was very rich. They named it Vinland. They stayed there for a long time and returned to Greenland. In three centuries the Vikings went away from Greenland to Europe. But Columbus’s voyage is very important because it connected two continents and ships from different countries began to cross the Atlantic Ocean. The Vikings came to America in ' a) the 10th century. b) the 15th century. c) the 12th century. The Vikings came a) to the southern part of America. b) to the northern part of America. c) to the western part of America. □ □ □ □ □ □ 96 % Teat Y<.: :ree!f I They decided to sail to the south a) to discover new lands. b) to find lands more comfortable for life. c) to find gold. I The Vikings returned to Europe a) in two centuries. b) in three years. c) in three centuries. □ □ □ 3. Complete the sentences with the words something, anything, nothing, nobody, anybody, somewhere, anywhere. 1. 2. Does 3. There is 4. Can you see______________________ 5. It’s very dark here. I can see 6. Have you travelled_______________ 7. I’ve lost my hat_________________ knew about the life on the new continent. _____know what happened? ________ in the bag. _____________from the top? this summer? 4. Say what facts from the history of the USA or what places of interest impressed you most of all. tf©@Q © Л 1. Listen to the text (No. 129) and choose the correct answers. Evelyn Ron went to ... in a small English town. a) a coffee house b) a tea room c) a tea shop 97 The tea ceremony consisted of a) cups and saucers, a teapot and a milk jug, sugar and silver teaspoons. □ b) cups, a teapot and a milk jug, sugar and silver teaspoons. Ц c) cups and saucers, a teapot and a milk jug, sugar and gold teaspoons. | [ ... brought tea to England. a) Charles II b) The Portuguese □ c) A Portuguese princess | | Rich people drank tea because a) it was good for health. □ b) it was expensive. □ c) it was tastier than coffee. □ To show their status aristocrats were often painted on the portraits a) wearing expensive clothes. b) in the most beautiful room in their house. Q c) drinking tea. Ц 2. Read the text and answer the questions. Robin Hood was a famous hero. He lived in the forests in England. Robin Hood fought against cruel people. He took money from cruel rich people and gave it to kind poor people. Not all people were happy with it. The Sheriff tried to arrest Robin Hood but couldn’t do it. At last the Sheriff decided to organize a shooting competition where he could arrest Robin Hood. He knew that Robin Hood could shoot well. On the day of competition the Sheriff looked for Robin Hood everywhere but didn’t see him. Suddenly a man in red came to the village. He didn’t look like Robin Hood. He was a stranger in the town. The man won the competition and got the prize. In the end of the competition the idea came to him. He shot an arrow into the Sheriff’s open window. There 98 L ----------------------------------------------------------- Test Yourself was a note (записка) on it: “Robin Hood thanks the Sheriff for the Golden Arrow”. 1. What did Robin Hood do? 2. Why did the Sheriff want to catch Robin Hood? 3. Why did the Sheriff organize a shooting competition? 4. Why did Robin Hood decide to shoot an arrow into the Sheriff’s window? 5. Have you seen any films or cartoons about Robin Hood? If yes, write what you have seen. 3. Put the numerals in a written form. 1. The Thames is the longest river in England, it is 334 ( ____ ________________________________ ) kilometres long. 2. The Lena is the longest river in Russia, it is 4,400 (------ ________________________________ ) kilometres long. 3. Ben Nevis is the highest mountain in the UK, it is 1,343 (_ ________________________________ ) metres high. 4. Elbrus is the highest mountain in Russia, it is 5,642 (____ ________________________________ ) metres high. 5. Lake Loch Ness is the deepest lake in the UK, it is 230 ( ________________________________ ) metres deep. 6. Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in Russia, it is 1,637 ( — ________________________________ ) metres deep. 4. Think about an unusual hobby your friend has and tell your classmates about it. i 99 ■Ч 1. Listen to the text (No. 130), put the sentences in the correct order. 1. Rupert followed the footprints and saw a girl. □ 2. Philip was sad because he lost the golden acorn (жёлудь). Ц 3. Rupert went to the Nutwood and lost his way. 4. The girl's father helped Rupert to find Philip. Q] 5. The Bear came into the cave and saw a boy. Q 6. Rupert returned the golden acorn to Philip. □ 7. Philip was taken away by his enemies. □ 2. Read the text. Then tick the correct sentences and correct the wrong sentences on page 101. Many years ago there lived a giant Rekin in one of the Welsh towns. RekIn had no friends and was very lonely. Most of all he disliked the mayor of Shrusberry. One day he made up a plan. “I will take a spade full of ground and throw It in the river Severn. The town will be in water and the mayor will die!” Rekin took a spade full of ground and went to Shrusberry. The giant lost his way and came to Wellington in the evening. It wasn’t very far from Shrusberry, but he didn’t know that. A shoemaker was going back home from Shrusberry where he had a small shoe shop. The giant asked him, “How can I get to Shrusberry?” “Why are you going there?” “I don’t like the mayor and the people of Shrusberry. I will throw the ground in the Severn and make the town disappear!” The shoemaker thought for some time and said, “Shrusberry is very far frqm here.” “How do you know?” “I’m going from Shrusberry. Look, how many shoes I used. It’s very far.” And the shoemaker showed the giant his bag full of shoes. Rekin 1<Щ Test Yourself was very tired and threw the ground just where he stood. You can believe it or not, but if you go from Shrusberry to Wellington, you’ll see a large hill on its way. This hill is called Rekin. 1. Long ago there lived a giant in an English town. 2. Rekin had no friends and was very lonely. 3. One day he decided to throw a spade full of ground in the Thames. * 4. He went all day and became very tired. 5. On his way Rekin met a woodcutter. □ □ □ □ □ 6. The shoemaker said that it wasn’t a long way to Shrusberry. 7. Rekin threw the ground just where he stood. 8. Now you can’t see a large hill on the way from Shrusberry to Wellington. □ □ 3. Write the questions you asked your friend about his / her trip to the USA. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 4. You are getting ready for your trip to the USA. Discuss with your friend when you go there, how long you’re going to stay there, why you go there, what you’re going to see and visit there. 101 tfo ow to Do Rebuses СЖ c a m P РЖ 1. Cup (-up) -t- game (-g, -e) + pen (-en) = ? 2. c + am + p = camp Try to make your own rebus! 102l ontents 1 Family Stories ............................. 3 2 The School World .......................... i6 3 Meet Great Britain and New Zealand .............................. 26 4 Healthy Lifestyle ......................... 44 5 Around the USA ............................ 52 6 Your Free Time ............................ 65 7 Holidays to Enjoy ......................... 77 Test Yourself ..............-............. 87 How to Do Rebuses........................ 102