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Project 2 students book


Unit topic

Grammar

be
can
have got
questions

Vocabulary and
pronunciation

Greetings p4
What's your name? p4
Rooms and possessions p6
Pronunciation:

Spelling and sound p7
Present simple:
Affirmative,

negative and
questions p9

Communication and skills

Culture, Across
the curriculum,
Project

Hokey Cokey p7

Greetings p4
Asking for sports centre
membership p5
What's in your bag? p7

Song

Speaking:

A typical year in Britain
/ festivals p16

Speaking:

Housework p14

Birthdays p11

Culture:

Reading:

Months of the year p10
Dates p10

Pronunciation:

Intonation: yes / no


questions p13


Adverbs of
frequency p15

th /8/ and /0/ p11

Yes / no and
wh- questions
p13

Ordinal
numbers p10

Phonetic alphabet p9

Important dates p11
What do you usually do? p15
Listening:

Dates p11
What does Jessica do? p15
Writing:

Birthdays p11

I

Across the curriculum:

Science / Maths:
measuring time p17
Project:

A year in my life p19
Song

Friday, I'm in love by
The Cure p19

-~~

Present
continuous p20
questions and
short answers
p23
Present
continuous v.
present simple
p25

Animals pp21, 24

Reading:

Pronunciation: Syllables
p21
Stress and rhythm p23
Syllable stress p24

Culture:

Animals p28
Biology: animal
classification p29

Game: What am I? p21

Across the curriculum:

Meerkats p25
Chicken Licken p26
Speaking:

Animals p31

What are the animals? p21
Talk about favourite animals p25

Project:

Listening:

I

Object
pronouns p27

Writing:

The ending of a story p27

Song

Kookabura sits in the
old gum tree p31
--

--

Pronunciation:

Regular verbs
p35

Holiday transport p34

Holiday problems p36


Past simple
-be p33

Weak and strong forms
p33
-ed endings p35

Irregular verbs
p36

Negative auxiliaries p37

British holidays p40

Dominic's holiday p33
Helena's holiday p34

Culture:

Reading:

Across the curriculum:
Project:

Where were you ... ? p33
Who was the man? p35
Talking about a holiday p39

History: transport p41

Speaking:

Holidays p43
Song

Listening:

Runaway train p43

To a sports instructor p33
A holiday p39
Writing:

Mr X p35
A holiday postcard p37

21


Unit topic

Grammar

Countable and
uncountable
nouns p44

Vocabulary and
pronunciation

Communication and skills

Culture, Across
the curriculum,
Project

Food pp44, 46

Reading:

Culture:

Pronunciation:

Stone soup p46

Meal times p52

Phrasal stress p45

Speaking:

Across the curriculum:

a I an p45

ItJI and Id:J p47

Some I any p47

Geography: food from
around the world p53

IA! p49

Asking for things in a cafe p45
Acting out the story p47
How many ... do you eat? p49

How much ?I
How many ?

Words with the same
sound p51

Listening:

Food p55

What do people have for lunch?
p45
A shopping list p47
Alice's recipe p51

Song
Sausages and
ice-cream p55

p49
Articles: a I an,
some, the p51

Project:

Writing:

A little, a few

What you eat p49
Writing a recipe p51

p51

How questions

Geographical names p56

Reading

Culture:

p56
Comparative
adjectives p59
Superlative
adjectives p61

The weather p58

The UK p57
Puzzle p61

The USA p64

Speaking:

Geography: the
weather p65

As ... as p63

/0:/ p59

Comparing seasons, food, etc p59,
Comparing your life p61
In a shop p67

Syllable stress p61

Listening:

Vowel sounds p63

The UK p57
As ... as p63

Adjectives p59

Pronunciation:
Stress and rhythm p57

Across the curriculum:

Project:
My country p67

Song
This land is your land
p67

Writing:
Comparing seasons, food, etc p59,
Comparing your life p61

Going to p69
Adjectives and
adverbs p71

Types of TV programmes
p68

Reading:

Culture:

Doctor X p70

The British cinema

Types of films p72

Speaking:
What are you going to do? p69

Across the curriculum:
History I Art: The Greek

Acting a story p71
Arranging a meeting p75

theatre p77

Listening:

Favourite forms of
entertainment p79

Pronunciation:
Sentence stress p69
The letter /1'1 p71
The letter 'a' p73
Rhythm p75

What are the people going to do?
p69
Why can't Liz... ? p73
What are people going to do? p75

Project:

Song
Act naturally p79

Writing:
The beginning of a story p71

Revision pages:

pp18, 30,42, 54, 66, 78

Wordlist:

Workbook p74

Grammar summary:

Workbook p66


can

Hello
1

questions

Myfalllily

a ~ Read and listen. Who
are the two people?

1

a ~ Read

and listen. Who are the people?

Mike Alice Jojo Karen Stephen Helena

Mike is George's dad.

b Work with a partner. Ask and answer about the people.

b Work with a partner.
Practise the dialogue.

2

• Who's Mike?
He's George's dad.

,..........

=to.

...


o

Work in a group. Practise the
greetings. Use these phrases.
Good evening
Good morning
Good afternoon
Hi

2

Complete what Millie says.

Bye
Goodnight
See you later
See you

Hi. 1
This is

2

3

And this is 4
What's 5

name's Millie.

brother.

name's Mickey.

dog, Mut.

name?


4


What can

you do?


At the sports centre
1 ~ George wants to join the sports centre. Listen
and answer the questions.

1 ~ Read and listen. Complete the


1 What is George's full name?

2 Howald is he?

3 Where does he live?

4 What sports and activities is he interested in?


sentences.


1 George can play
2 He can't play
3 Alice can play
GRANDMA

... ~

~:

.

GEORGE

GRANDMA

GEORGE

Open seven days a week

GRANDMA

Sports and activities include:





Swimming
Badminton
Volleyball
Yoga






Table tennis
Basketball
Karate
Children's Club






GEORGE

Weight training
Fitness classes
Tennis
Football

2

_

_

_


Can you playa musical
instrument, George)
Yes, I can. I

can play the

trumpet.

Can you play

the guitar?

No, I can't.

What about

Alice?

She can play

the violin.


a Look at the

questions. Write

about yourself.


....... .• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •.

(;

2

a ~ Look at George's membership card. Listen again,
and complete it.
Membership Card

Name

.


~~~;~~~.::::::::::::::::::::::::::. : . : ~ m=
Postcode
E-mail address
Sports / Activities
Signed

Telephone number

.
,

.
.
..
.

Date

What questions does the receptionist ask?

1 Can you play the piano?





2



:

3 Can you swim?
4 Can you play ice hockey?

:

5

Can you write with both hands?

:

:

6 Can you throw a ball 50 metres?

:







Can you speak French?

: 7

Can you spell your name in English?

• 8


Can you divide sixty-eight by four?

~

• Can you play the piano?
Yes, I can. / No, I can't.

o

b Work with a partner. Student A is George.
Student B is the receptionist. Practise their dialogue.

4 Write about yourself.
Hello. My name's
and I'm from



b Work with a partner. Ask and
answer.

b ~ Listen again and check.

3 a



,. I'm
_

years old

c

Write your answers to the
questionnaire.

I can't play the piano, but I can play
the guitar.







:

:

.

••




My 100m.
1 a

Look at the picture of Stephen's
room. How many things can you name?

2

the computer?

Stephen?

the tennis racquet?

the animal poster?

Stephen's trainers?


1
2
3
4
5

Where is I are:

b

a ~ How good is your memory?
Close your book. Listen and write the
answers to the questions.

3

Work with a partner. Ask more questions about the
picture. Use these phrases.

Questions
1
2
3
4
5
6

What's this?
What colour is / are?
What is / are doing!
How many
are there?
Where is / are the...
What is ... wearing?

Answers

It's a / an ...

It's / They're ...

He's / She's / They're ... ing.

There are ...

It's / They're in / on / under the.

He / She's wearing a ...


4 Write eight sentences about the picture.
Stephen is sitting on the bed.

b Check your answers.

6


What has she got?
1 Look at the picture. Has Alice got these things

2

on her desk?

Test a partner. Student B closes his / her book.
Student A asks questions.

She's got two keys.

She hasn't got a photograph.


o

1
2
3
4
5
6

two keys
a photograph
an apple
two oranges
a sandwich
an umbrella

7
8
9
10
11
12

• Has Alice got an apple on her desk?
Yes, she has. / No, she hasn't.

a letter
a drink
a mobile phone
a ruler
three pens
an exercise book

or

• How many pens has Alice got on her desk?
She's got .,.

o

3

Look at the things on Alice's desk again. Have
you got these things in your bag today?

I've got / I haven't got two oranges in my bag.

Pronunciation
Spelling and sound
In English the spelling and the sound aren't
always the same.

4 ~ Look and listen.
same spelling, same sound

that lre/
cat lrel

pen lei
men lei

same spelling, different sound

your I'J:I
our lou~1

fat lrel
what 101


5
Song

different spelling, same sound

door hi
four !'J:I

ha i r le~1
where le~1


We use the phonetic alphabet to show
the sounds. Look at the phonetic
alphabet in your Workbook.

1 ~ Listen, sing and do the actions.
Hokey Cokey
You put your left arm in,
Your left arm out.
In out, in out
You shake it all about.
You do the hokey cokey
And you turn around.
That's what it's all about.

Oh, the hokey cokey cokey.
Oh, the hokey cokey cokey.
Oh, the hokey cokey cokey.
Knees bend, arms stretch
Ra ra ra.

Repeat with:
your right arm
your left leg
your right leg
your whole self


1

A My school

Comprehension

1

~ Read and listen. Complete
the sentences with J (Jessica) or
C (Cameron).
1 _ is ten years old.
2 _ is twelve years old.
3 _ goes to Watermead
High School.
4 _ goes to a primary school.
5 _ takes the bus to school.
6 _ walks to school.


T

My name's Jessica Poole. I'm twelve
years old and I live in London.
I go to Watermead High School. I'm in
class 88. My favourite subjects are Chemistry and Geography. I
don't like French or Maths.
I take the bus to school with my friends. We meet at the bus
stop at quarter past eight. School starts at quarter to nine and
finishes at half-past three. After school, I go home and I do my
homework. In the evening, I watch TV or go on the Internet. I
practise the clarinet, too.
On Wednesdays, I don't go home at half past three. I play table
tennis in the school gym. I'm not very good, but it's fun. I like
sport.
On Saturday mornings, I have a clarinet lesson.
I've got a brother. His name's Cameron. He doesn't go to the
same school as me. He's only ten years old, so he goes to a
primary school near our house. He walks to school. Their lessons
start at nine o'clock, so Cameron leaves home at ten to nine.

sl



6

Grammar

2

watch has go
watches start



We use
the present simple

to talk about

regular

activities.


at 8.45.

a clarinet lesson.

TV.

home at 3.30.


1
2
3
4
5
6

7

8.50 a.m.
in the evening
after school on Wednesdays
on Saturday mornings

a.m.
a.m.
p.m.
a.m.

Write sentences about yourself. Use the
present simple.
get up

go

do

start

play

have

1/ like / history.
Jessica / start / school at nine o'clock.
1/ play / tennis on Saturdays.
Cameron / go / to the same school as his sister.
Jessica / have / clarinet lessons.
Jessica and her friends I meet / at 8.30.
Cameron / leave / home after Jessica.
1/ watch / TV in bed.

Writing

8

Write about your life. Use Jessica's text as a
model.
I live in ... I go to ... School.

finish

I get up at seven o'e/ock.

Sa

plays table tennis on Thursdays.

likes French.

has a guitar lesson on Saturdays.

walks to school.

does her homework in the evening.

goes to a primary school.


Make true sentences. Use the cues.
1
2
3
4
S
6
7
8

Read the text again. What do Jessica and
Cameron do at these times?
8.15
8.45
3.30
9.00

She
She
She
She
She
She

I like history. / I don't like history.

at 8.45.
home at 3.30.
I TV.
a clarinet lesson.

He
She
It

4

starts



I
You
We
They

3

She doesn't play table tennis on Thursdays,
She plays table tennis on Wednesdays.

Copy and complete the table with these verbs,
goes
have

Correct the sentences about Jessica.

Pronunciation

Copy and complete the table with don't or

doesn't.

~lnmrI1j·~· . • .
I
We
You
They

do karate.

play the trumpet.

get up at half past six.

go home for lunch.

+-----; take the bus to school.
He
watch TV after school.
She
like sport.
It
have a piano lesson on Tuesdays.

b Look at the activities in the table. Make
true sentences about yourself.
I do karate. / I don't do karate.

Phonetic alphabet

9

a ~ What are the words?

1 IpleI!

_


2 IW'J:kl
3 !h;;)um!
4 Inam/
5 Isto:tl
6 /frendl
7 Ili:vl
8 /sku:lI

_

_

_

_

_

_

_


9 IbASI

_

b ~ Listen and check.


Birthdays

Vocabulary

1

a ~ Listen and repeat.

December

June

November

May

October

April

September

March

August

February

July

January

C

Copy the list. Write the ordinal numbers.

2nd
2nd
3rd
5th
6th

second
7th
9th
11th
16th

17th
22nd
24th
28th

31st
33rd
39th
66th

d ~ Listen and check.

e ~ Listen

again and repeat.

Comprehension

4

~ Read and listen. Match the dates to the
days.
Today
Cameron's birthday
Jessica's birthday

b Say the months round the class.

2

a ~ Listen. Which

7 June
20 September
21 September

months do you hear?

October

b Write about yourself. Complete the
sentences with the names of the months.
1 My favourite month is
2 My birthday is in
3 We go on holiday in
4 I don't like
_

_
_
.

Grammar

3

a

5

Read about the months.

We say

21 September

b

Write the dates in full.

10 May
2 9/11
3 23/3
4 2/10

5 the eighth month
6 the sixth month
7 the eleventh month
8 the third month

tenth month
seventh month
twelfth month
ninth month

a Look.
We write

January is the first month of the year.

February is the second month.

March is the third month.

April is the fourth month.

May is the fifth month.


the
the
the
the

5 4/4
6 20/8

1 10/5

b Which months are these?
1
2
3
4

7 18/7
8 12/6

9 5/2
10 29/9
11 31/12
12 1/1

C Say the dates.

the tenth of May

10


Listening and speaking

b Read the text again. Answer the questions.

6 a (j) Listen. Write the dates you hear.

1 What do people give to someone on their
birthday?
2 Where do some children go on their birthday!
3 Does everyone have a party?
4 Do people in Britain have 'name days'!
5 Do people give flowers!

3 December

b Talk about six important dates in your life.
• The first date on my list is the fifth of
January
o What is it?
• It's my birthday. What's your first date?

Reading and writing

7

a (j) Read and listen. Find these things in the
picture.

1
2
3
4

birthday cards

a birthday cake

birthday presents

candles


On your birthday you get cards and presents from

your family and friends. Parents often buy a big

present like a bike or MP3 player. Other people give

toys, sweets, books, clothes, CDs, DVDs and things

like that.

People normally have a birthday party for their

friends. There's usually a birthday cake with one

candle for each year of your age. The person

with the birthday blows out the candles and

makes a wish. Then everybody sings 'Happy Birthday!'

People often have a party in their own home.

Some older children don't have a party. They take

their friends to the cinema, a bowling alley or

somewhere like that.

My friend, Anna, in Hungary says that they have

'name days' in her country, but we don't have 'name

days'. Anna also says that people in Hungary give

flowers on name days and birthdays. In Britain. we

usually only give flowers to women.

Cameron and I give flowers to our mum on

her birthday.


C Write about how people celebrate

birthdays in your country.

Pronunciation
th lei and 151

8

a Put the words in the correct column.
month brother this birthday fourth
there think maths father with

b
c

/8 /

/0/

month

brother

(j) Listen, check and repeat.
(j) Listen. Say this tongue twister.
They think that Matthew'S thirteenth
birthday's on the thirtieth of this month.


Mickey, Millie and Mut

II
~

Comprehension

1

a ~ Read and listen to the story. Tick (of) the things Mickey asks
about.

o Andorra

0

o polar bears

elephants 0 the US President 0 February
a computer 0 summer 0 sleep 0 a calculator

0

2

c Can you answer any of
the questions in the story?
Work in small groups. Act

the story.


b What does Mickey learn?
Millie, does
the US President live "
in New York?

i

Ii

Do polar bears
live in the Arctic or the
.........
Antarctic?
,


Grammar

3

Listening and speaking

a Copy and complete the table with questions
from the story. Choose the correct short answer.

..

.-

.

••

the US President
in New York?
_ _ polar bears
in the Arctic?



a ~ Look at the chart. Listen to an interview
with Harry. Tick V') the answers Harry gives.



Yes, he does.
No, he doesn't.
_

5

Yes, they do.
No they don't.

1 live?

• • •

2 get up?
3 musical instrument?

How do we make questions in
the present simple?

b Complete the questions with Do or Does.


4

1
2
3
4
5
6

Do
__
__
__

c

Answer the questions. Use short answers.

a

Complete the questions from the story.

you like Mut?

you live in a village?

your best friend live near you?

Mickey ask a lot of questions?

Millie answer his questions?

_ _ his parents answer his questions?


..

How
Why
the time?

4 sports?
5 brothers or sisters?
6 pet?
7 help in the house?

o

8 go to bed?

,I

b Work with a partner. Ask and answer about
Harry.


---', Mum?
questions all

• Where does he live?
He lives in ...
• When ... ?

o

c

Interview your partner. Use the questions
from the chart.

Pronunciation
b Put the words in the correct order to make
questions.
1 do I they / What I speak / language I in
Chile?
2 start / When I winter I does?
3 lions I do / Where / live?
4 your name / How / spell/do I you?
5 Jessica I does I get up / When?
6 What time / she / does I to school/go?

c Answer the questions.

Intonation: yes I no questions

6 ~ Listen and repeat. Copy the
intonation.
1
2
3
4
5
6

---"


Do you live in London?

Does Millie ask a lot of questions?

Do you like sport?

Does Jessica walk to school?

Does she go out with her friends?

Do you play the piano?



-.:I Daily life

Vocabulary

1

~ Listen and repeat.

wash up

6 set the table

2 cook the dinner

7

Comprehension

2

~ Read and listen.
Answer the questions.

3 do the shopping

8 tidy your room

4 make a bed

9 clean the car

5 vacuum the floor

10 take the rubbish
out

Quasar always tidies
my room, but he doesn't often put things
in the right places. My chair's usually
in the wardrobe.

1 What's the robot's name?

2 What jobs does he do?

3 Which job is he good at?


This is our robot.

His name's Quasar. He does lots of jobs

in the house. He normally sets the table, but

he never puts the knives and forks

in the right place.

I

­

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Grammar

Listening and writing

3

7

a look.

a ~ listen. Jessica is talking to a radio
DJ. Tick (V) the jobs she does.

never

G

n_ot_oft_e_n

+--+--+---+--1

* *


sometimes
-;f-te-n- ----~*-+-*~-+----j

usually / normally

~y_s-_-

* *


~

~ I~L*,*t;

V

Jobs

How often

make her bed

normally

tidy her room
vacuum the floor

*


set the table
wash up

b Rewrite the sentences below with the

cook the dinner

correct adverbs of frequency.
Quasar tidies my room, but he doesn't put
things in the right places. My chair's in the
wardrobe.

4

b ~ listen again. How often does Jessica do

with a normal verb?

with auxiliary verbs (have, do I don't, etc)?

with the verb be?


the jobs? Write the adverbs of frequency.

Put the adverbs of frequency in the correct
place.

c What does Jessica do?

She normally makes her bed.

S Write sentences about your life. Write about

Quasar usually takes out the rubbish.

something that:

1
2
3
4
5
6

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

look at the other jobs in exercise 1 again.
What do you think Quasar does wrong? Use
the adverbs of frequency.

He sometimes cooks the dinner, but he usually
burns it.

6

do the shopping

c Where do the adverbs of frequency go?

Quasar takes out the rubbish. (usually)

He doesn't do the shopping. (normally)

My homework is very easy. (always)

I don't help in the house. (often)

Quasar feeds the cat. (sometimes)

He takes newspapers to the recycling centre.

(usually)

7 Quasar is busy. (always)

8 I clean the car. (never)


5

feed the dog

How often do you do these things?
I always make my bed.
1
2
3
4

make my bed
play the piano
tidy my bedroom
wash up

5
6
7
8

do the shopping
go swimming
get up early
cook a meal

you always do

you usually do at the weekend

you don't often do

is usually in the kitchen

doesn't often happen

is usually good

you never watch on TV

you don't normally play


Pronunciation
-es endings

9

a Which verbs have an hz! ending?
Tick (v") them.
takes
watches
catches

washes v"
goes
writes

makes
likes
cycles

b ~ listen, check and repeat.

practises
uses
finishes


1

Culture

Read the text. Answer the questions.
1
2
3
4

How many weeks' holiday do British
schoolchildren have 7
Which holiday is the longest?
How long are holidays in February and
October 7
How many terms are there in the
school year?

A typical year
in Britain
School Holidays
The school year always starts at the
beginning of September.
There are six terms in the school year
and three main holidays:
• the Christmas holidays - two weeks
• the Easter holidays - two weeks
• the summer holidays - six weeks
There are also short holidays in October,
February and May These are for one
week or ten days.

2

Christmas is the biggest festival of the year. Families usually come
together to celebrate it. People put up decorations and decorate a
Christmas tree. On Christmas Day (25 December), they open their
presents and there is a traditional meal of turkey with vegetables,
followed by Christmas pudding. The
next day, (26 December) is a holiday
too. We call it Boxing Day. On Boxing
Day, people often visit friends, or go
to sports matches.
At New Year, a lot of people have

a party to 'see in' the new year.

At midnight, they usually join hands

and sing Auld Lang Syne. New Year

is an important festival in Scotland.

In Edinburgh, there is a big street

party with famous bands and

fireworks.


Look at the chart. Tick (.....) the things
for each festival.
Christmas

I

turkey

I

.....

I New Year

I

Easter

I

~ ..~ .

We also celebrate Easter in Britain.
The Easter holiday lasts four
days from Good Friday to Easter
Monday. People eat sweet bread
buns called hot-cross buns on
Good Friday and on Easter Sunday
people usually give chocolate
Easter eggs. In some towns, there
are Ea.ster egg hunts in the parks

l~j~>~"'~ for chIldren.

chocolate eggs
presents

3

fireworks

Answer the questions.
1 What school holidays do you have in
your country?
What festivals do you have?
Which is the biggest festival 7
How long does it last?
How do you celebrate it 7

decorations

2
3
4
5

a tree
Auld Lang Syne

16


Science and Maths: lReasuring tilRe

1

Here are nine units of time measurement.
Put the letters in the correct order.
1
2
3
4
5

2

odsnce - second
tiumen
rouh
yda
kewe

6
7
8
9

4

Read the puzzles and answer the questions.

• •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••


••

hntom
ryae
dceaed
ytnurce

'- Time puzzles

:1• The party starts at 7.30 p.m. and lasts for

••

three hours and fifteen minutes. What time

:
does it finish?
• 2 The film lasts for 87 minutes. It ends at

:
10.45 p.m. What time does it start?

a

What things can people use to measure
time? Find three objects which measure
other things.

• 3 Sarah has a 45-minute Maths lesson four

a ruler




times a week. How many hours of Maths
does she have at school every week?
4 Tom needs to be at the station at 2.15 p.m.
It is a 25-minute walk from where he lives.
What time does he have to leave?
5 Every summer Kati visits her grandmother
for three weeks. After that, she goes to a
summer camp for 14 days and then spends
ten days with her friend. How long does
she stay away from home?
6 Jack leaves home at 7.30 a.m. He walks to










b What time units do people usually

a Answer the questions.
1 How long does it take you to change your
shoes?
2 How long does it normally take you to eat
breakfast?
3 How long do you usually sleep?
4 How long is it to the end of the month I
5 How long is it until your next birthday?
6 How long is it until the next school holiday?

b Talk to other students in class. Compare

another 4 minutes. When does he arrive at :

••
school?
:
7 The sun rises at 4.54 a.m. and sets at
8.13 p.m. How many hours of daylight are :

••



there?
••••••••••••••••

measure with these things?

3

the bus stop for 12 minutes, then he takes •
the bus for 34 minutes and finally walks for :

5

••


a

Write your own puzzle. Use some of the
expressions below.

start finish at last for how long
what time when how many

b Tell other students in the class your
puzzle. Do they know the answer?

your answers.

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18

Revision

Grammar

1

2

~ Listen. Complete the sentences
about Clare's life. Use the pictures
and the times below.

Put the words in the correct order to make questions.

. .bere
2

7.30 in the evening 3.30 8.15

on Wednesdays before dinner


tbe

..bat'.

3 Art
4 toda,

. .bat
. .ben'.

5 blrtbda,
1 She gets up at half past seven.
6

. .bat'.

date

Listening

_

4 She

_

3 She

_

2 She

3

~ Write the ordinal

numbers you hear.

_
_

5
6

_

4

_
_

1
2
3

Vocabulary

4

Find the letters in the sentence below. Use the
letters to make a word. What does Patrick get for
his birthday?

My cousin Patrick's birthday is on the twelfth of May.

_


6 She

_

5 She

the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the

first letter of the tenth word M
third letter of the second word _
fi rst letter of the sixth word _
third letter of the eighth word _
first letter of the second word _
third letter of the fourth word _
third letter of the third word _
first letter of the third word _

His present was a

_


1



What to do
Tell people about your year. Write about

these things:

Which months do you like?

When are:
your school holidays?
important birthdays.
special events or festivals.
2 Draw a calendar and add some photos or draw
some pictures to illustrate your year.

if

~

A Year in My Life
January
Sometimes it snows and we go
sledging in the park. We go back to school
after the Christmas holidays.

February

w.e have a week's holiday. I usually go skiing
Wlth my parents and my brother, Cameron. I
love skiing. And we have pancake day. I love
pancakes.

April
We have two weeks' holiday for Easter. We get
Easter eggs. Mmm ... lots oflovely chocolate.

October
I buy three birthday presents in October.
Mum, Dad and my cousin Beth all have their
~irthdays in October. We have another holiday
In October.

December
December is my favourite month. We have two
weeks' holiday for Christmas and I get lots of
presents. My cousin, Beth, comes to our house
for Christmas with her parents and we have a
lot of fun.

Song

1

a

Find words in the song with these sounds ledl lu:1 lreJ lo:t/.

b ~ Listen and sing.
Friday I'm In Love by The Cure
I don't care if Monday's blue

Tuesday's grey and Wednesday too

Thursday I don't care about you

It's Friday I'm in love

Monday you can fall apart
Tuesday Wednesday break my heart
Thursday doesn't even start
It's Friday I'm in love

Saturday wait
And Sunday always comes too late
But Friday never hesitate ...

I don't care if Monday's black

Tuesday Wednesday heart attack

Thursday never looking back

It's Friday I'm in love

Monday you can hold your head

Tuesday Wednesday stay in bed

Or Thursday watch the walls instead

It's Friday I'm in love


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2
Our school trip
Comprehension

1

(j Read and listen. Why aren't Dominic

and his friends at school today?


It's 9 o'clock and Dominic's outside his school.

He's very happy. He isn't going to his classroom.

He's getting on a coach with his friends. They're

going on a school trip.


If's one o'clock.
We're having our lunch at the
zoo. I'm eating an apple. The zebras J.+..
are watching us now!



2 What's Dominic doing at these times?

Grammar

3

a

Complete the sentences about Dominic's
school trip.

1 They
2 He
3 I

on a school trip.
on a coach.
about the school trip.

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b ~ Copy the chart. Listen. Then write the
animals you hear.

b Look at exercise 1. Make sentences with the
correct subjects. Put the verbs into the present
continuous tense.
The zebras are watching Dominic in picture 3.
1 watch
2 learn

4

3 write
4 go

5 do
6 get on

7 have

8 eat


a Find the negative of the sentences in the
story.

Correct the sentences.

Dominic and his friends aren't going to their
classroom. They're going on a school trip.

Action

1 bats
2

They're flying.

c ~ Listen again.

What are the animals
doing? Complete the chart. Choose from
these verbs.

1 I'm watching TV.

2 He's going to his classroom.

3 They're looking at us.


b

Animal

swim
drink

6

run hide fly climb
jump eat sleep throw

Work with a partner. Mime an animal. Your
partner must guess what animal you are and
what you are doing. Take turns.

1 picture 1, Dominic and his friends are going to
their classroom.
2 pictu re 1, They're getti ng on a trai n.
3 picture 2, Dominic's watching the lions.
4 picture 2, The camels are running.
S picture 3, Dominic and his friends are playing
football.
6 picture 3, Dominic's eating a hamburger.
7 picture 4, Dominic's sister is doing her homework.
8 picture 4, Dominic's listening to the radio.

Listening and speaking

5

a ~ Listen and repeat.

~'oIoR!

Pronunciation
Syllables
7 a ~ Listen. How many syllables has

1 a lion

each word got?
elephant 3
homework
favourite
kangaroo
crocodile

3 an elephant

5 a snake

evening
lion
friend
programme
geography

6 a bat

b

Underline the syllable with the stress.

c ~ Listen again, check and
7 a croead iIe

8 a monkey

repeat.


Mickey's lII.odel dinosaur

Comprehension


1

~ Read and listen.
Answer the questions.

2

a

Match the beginnings of the sentences in A to the endings in B.

A
1 Mickey is making
Millie is reading
She's sitting on
Mut is eating
He's sitting on

Why are Mickey and Millie
at home in the afternoon?
2 Why doesn't Mut go to
the park with Mickey and
Millie?

2
3
4
5

B
a a bone.
b the instructions.
c the glue.
d a model dinosaur.
e a magazine.

b Work in groups of three. Act the story.
Saturday afternoon. It's raining, so
Mickey and Millie can't go to the park.

22


Which part
of the verb do we use
in short answers?

Grammar

3

a Copy the table. Complete
the question and short answers.

Listening, writing and
speaking

5

a

Look at the pictures and complete the
dialogues.
FRIEND

Yes, he _ _

He's eating the glue.

MILLIE
FRIEND

_________ the glue? No, he _ _

b Copy and
complete the table.





MILLIE

How do we
make questions in the
present continuous?

FRIEND

MILLIE

FRIEND

a

MICKEY

Make questions and answers. Use the cues.

they I go to the park l I No

itirain?/Yes

you I read a magazine l / Yes

What I you / look fori I The glue

Mutl eat the glue? I No

you I sit on the glue? / No

Where / they / go? I To the park

What I Mut I eat! I A bone


b Work with a partner. Practise the dialogues.

What
A sandwich.

?
TV?

FRIEND
MICKEY

Yes, I am.

FRIEND

?
It's a programme about
dinosaurs.

MICKEY

Are they going to the park? No, they aren't.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

- ..


2



What
doing?

I'm making a model dinosaur.


4

What
?

I'm waiting for the bus.
?

To the sports centre.

with
you?
No, he isn't.

b ~ Listen and check.
C

6

Work with a partner. Practise the dialogues.

Make new dialogues. Use the cues.
What!
play tennis
Millie I too I?
Yes
win / I
No

2 Where?
to the park
Mickey I too I?
No
What / he I ?
make a model

Pronunciation
Stress and rhythm

7 a ~ Listen and repeat. Keep the rhythm.
1
2
3
4
5

What are you doing?
Where are you going?
Who are you phoning?
Why are you laughing?
What are you eating?

b ~ Listen again. Underline the words with the stress.

C

~ Say the rhyme.


It's raining. It's pouring.

The old man's snoring.

He went to bed

And banged his head

And couldn't get up in the morning.



My favourite anill1.als

Vocabulary

1

a ~ Listen and repeat.

Comprehension

3

Read about Ben. Answer the questions.
1 Where does Ben work?
2 What is he doing in each picture?
3 How often does he do the things?

8 an ostrich

7 an insect

6 a shark

5 a goat

4 a frog

3 an eagle

2 a giraffe

1 a cow

~

'
A
f '
t)

~,
I

I

9 a dolphin

11 a hippopotamus

~-----

T

9
1

,

10 a pig

~

It's two o'clock now and Ben's cleaning one of
the animal houses. He always cleans them in the
afternoon. Today he's cleaning the tapirs' house.

12 a sheep

b Copy the chart. Put the words from
exercise 1 in the correct column.

Pronunciation

4

a giraffe

Syllable stress

Wild animals

Farm animals

r--..

a ~ Listen. Which syllable has the

stress?




c What other animals do you know? Add
them to the chart.

2

moment
today
animal
eleven

Answer the questions about yourself.

programme
kangaroo
instructions
dinosaur

favourite
elephant
giraffe
afternoon

b ~ Listen again and repeat.

1 What animals do you like?
2 What animals don't you like?

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Grammar

5 a Complete the sentences. What tenses are they in?
1 At the moment I
the tapirs. I
them
every day.
2 Ben
one of the animal houses now. He always
_ _ _ them in the afternoon.

b Complete the sentence with the verbs in the
correct tense.

1 feed
I'm feeding the bears at the moment. I feed the bears at
2 o'clock every day.
2 clean
Ben
Today, he

the cages in the afternoon.
the monkey's cage.

3 put

My favourite animals are meerkats. They live in southern
Africa in the Kalahari Desert.

4 visit
We often
We

Meerkats are brown with grey stripes and black ears.

They're quite small - about the same size as a rabbit.

They've got a long body and a long tail, but short legs.

They can stand on two legs.

the wildlife park at the weekend.
the wildlife park now.

5 go
Ben
to work at 6.30. It's
to work.
6.30 now and he

Reading and speaking

6

Meerkals


He
clean water in the tapir's pen now.
clean water in their pen every
He
afternoon.

a

Read the text. What are Dominic's
favourite animals? Where do they live?

b Are the statements true or false?
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Meerkats are black.

They've got a long tail.

They can stand on two legs.

They live in pairs.

They sleep in holes in the ground.

They eat fish.

They can eat scorpions.

Eagles eat meerkats.


7 Work with a partner. Tell him I her about your
favourite animal.

They live in groups. There are between five and thirty

meerkats in a group.

They sleep in holes in the ground. Early in the morning,
they leave their holes and look for food. They eat insects
plants, lizards, eggs and mice. They can even eat
'
poisonous animals like scorpions and spiders. When
meerkats eat, some of them stand on

two legs and guard

the others. That's

because some other
animals like to eat
meerkats. When the
guards see an eagle,
a snake or a fox,
they bark and all the
meerkats run back to
their holes.


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