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Daniela Simons

Malgorzata Wieruszewska

OXFORD
UNIVERS I TY PRESS


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Grammar

Personal dplails
Names
Age and addresses
Countries and nalionalities
Jobs

Classroom objecls
Colours

Functions

The verb be • Present Simple
Personal pronouns and possessive
adjectives
thIS, tlto.t. rhese. those
Ankles: a/an. Ihe
Where?
Prepositions of plac{'



Introductions

Talking "hOlI! personal
cletall:c

Furniture

Rooms and furniture

Th{' verb be · Present simple (all forms)
The verb have got · Present simple (1, you)

Personal possessions

some. allY

Ilome

Talking .:about wheI"C you
live
Giving dates

Dales: months, ordinal
When?
numbers. festivals
Ilobbies. interests, ambitions
Favourites

The family
Physical description: looks,
height. build, hair, eyes
Alljrclives

The possessive 's
The verb fuJve gol • fit' ...;/11', wt', tlley
Adverbs of degree
Adjective order

T'llking about family
Describing people

Presenl simple

Talking about likes and
dislikl's

Brilish families
Music
Spons and free-time
activities

like + -in8
play, do. go
Connectors: and. bur. or
Object pronouns

Fakes
Trihute bands
Musical Instruments

so/neither
Expressions with fuJve
Present simple
Adverbs of frequency
How often?
Prepositions of time: ai, on, In

Talkmg about daily
activities
Telling the timp
Talking about lifestyle

Present continuous
Present simple and Present continuous

Talking about preseut
activities
Talking aOOUIIf:'mporary
ac[ions

Food and drink

Countable and uncountable nOllns

Numbers

How

Talking Juout qUJntlly
Talki llg ilhout diet

Daily activities
The time

A female teenage footh.ll1eT
Housework
Swdent jobs
Everyday activities
Personal lire

School subjects

1II1lCh?

How mallY?

lIeallhy diet

Expressions of quantity

Shopping for food
School dinners

lhere is, there are

Eating out

call · ability
would like or like

Meals in Britain

Making requests and nUers
Ordering food
Making sllggrstions
Talking about abllily

Hmu abow. What about

Culture crisis
American English

Let's, Shall

Conmels

The verb be • Past simple
Prepositions of place: at (Ihe), ill (rhe)
Permission and requests . can. could, may
borrow or fend

Past aClivilies
Famous people's lives
The generation gap
I~u[es at home

u.'t'.

Talking ah()lItthe past
Talking about pla~t" ilnd
date of birth
Pennission and rt'{IUl.'sts

VOCAT!O'\IU LANl'UAl.E BANK p.9l

Grammar reference p.148

Wordlis t p.166

Irregula r verbs p.173

Resources p.17S


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Matura na horyzoncle

telling: listening for specific information
"'iK'aking: .lsking and answering questions
Pnm u ndiUion: the alphabet; ·teen / i:/ and -cy / 1/; the

Speaking: questions and answers, exchanging information
JSu!'ning: error corrt'Clion (rodio interviews)
Reading: reading for general comprehension, true or false, reading for
specific information (magazine article)
Writing: an introduction
Pronu ncia1ion: th

SJK>dking: discussing f.lctuai information (family statistics)
listcning: multiple choice (illteroiew)
Reading: mulliple matching. true or false (magazine article)
Writing: an email

Roz umienle tckstu cz ytanego:
prdwda I falsz
l\1allJra ustna: uzyskiwanie

informacji

Roz umi enic ze sluchu: wieiokromy
wybOr
Wypowiedi plscmna: krOlki lekst
uzytkowy (e-mail)

Speaking: discussing opinions (fakes)
Reading: key words, reading for specific information (magazine artie/e)
Ustening: multiple matching (illCeroiew)
Writing: a description

Rozumie nie ze s luchu : dobieranie
Wypowicd i pisemna: dlutszy teksl
uzytkowy (list)

Reading: matching pictures

Rozumicnie ze sluchu: prawda /
falsz
Matura ustna : udziclanie
informac;i

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information, reading for specific informat ion

{magazine arlie/e)

USIt'niug: true or false ({meroiew)
Speaking: topic discussion (student IOOrk)
Writing: advantages and disadvamages
Pron u nciation:
-~
Spedking: picture-based discussion (school subjec/s)
Re,l(li ng: matching headings to paragraphs (semi-fonnallener)
Ustening: identifying points mentioned (internicw)
Writing: email

Rozumienie tekstu czytanego:
dobieranie
Midura uslna: opisywanie ilustr
[js l~ n jng: listening for genera.l understanding, true or false (radio phone-in)
Speaki ng: piclure-based discussion (bullyinS)
Keading: matching tOllics to paragraphs (diary pages)
Writing: email
PTI)Ounciation: 0

Roz umie nie ze s luchu : prawda /
falsz
Wypowiedt pisemna: kr6tki leksl
uzytkowy (e-mail)

Re'lding: predicting content, scanning. true or false (magazine article)
USlening: listening for specific vocabulary (ilHeroiew)
Speaki ng: lIt'gotiation
Writing: paragraph on the American influence
Pronunci.:ation: sehwa

Rozumicnie tekstu czytancgo:
prawda / falsz
Ma tura ustna: nt'gocjowanie

Listening: listening for missing words (plume call)
SpcWrili ng: informal letter
Pnmu ncJalion : can. can't

prawda / faisz
Wypowiedi pisemna : dtuotszy leksl
uzytkowy (list prywatny)

c:
~

~

!;:
z
C"'l

.. "
"-.I

S;

0:> t"'l

;-t-~~~~~~-----------------------------------t----------------------1 ~ ~
Reading: matChing pictures to statements. scanning. trut' or false (email)
Rozumienie tckslu ezytanego:
II:J <
o ~
~


My name's Emily
Emily Watson is at the IV JC
(International Young Journalist
Competition),

@:HD Listen and read .

Emily

Comprehension check
2 Choose the correct answer.
2
3
4
5



Emily is/isn't a competitor in the lYle.
Her surname is/isn't Watson.
Her surname is/isn't Emily.
Her name is/isn't Watson.
Her name is/isn't Emily.

Hello !

Ms Smart Good morning! Are you
a competitor in the IV10
Emily
Yes, I am.
Ms Smart What's your surname?
Emily
H's Watson.
Ms Smart Can you spell that, please?
Emily
Yes, it's W-A-T-S-O-N .
Ms Smart And what's your name?
My name's Emily.
Emily
Ms Smart Thank you, Emily.
Welcome to the lYle!

Thank you.

Welcome!

Translate it!


:> Look!

Hello!
7

Grammar Guide

(i)

Czasownik be • it
Zdania

pytaictce

@lID li sten and write the na mes.

Zdania twierdzClce

What' s your name?

My name's Emily.

What's your surname?

It's Watson.

W pytaniach zmieniamy szyk zdania: czasownik be
stawiamy przed podmiotem.
W j~zyku m6wionym zwykle uiywamy form skr6conych ('s),
zas w jf,lzyku pisanym - form pe/nych (is).

:> Check!
3

Name: _ _

Name:

Surname:

Surname:

~~~~_

~~~~_

_~~~_

Complete the sentences.
What ~ your name?
2 ~ Joe.
3 My surname.!.l.i.--- Johnson .
4}1~ J-O-H-N-S-O-N.

The alphabet
4 Complete the English alphabet.

8

Name: _~~~_

NamE':~

_ _ _

Surname:

Surname:

~~~~_

~~~~_

Work in pairs. Imagine you are one of the

people in exercise 7. Practise the dialogue.
Example:
A Hello. What's your name?
B My name's

_~~~~~~~~~~_

A What's your surname?
B Jt's _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ __

_

A Can you spell that, please?
B Yes, it's ~~~~_
A Thanks!

Q:!ID Li ste n a nd check . Liste n a n d repeat.

9 Work in pairs. Practise the dialogue from
exercise I , using your personal details.

5 ~ Listen and write the words.
1
2
3

4 _ _ __ __ _ _ _ __

What's your name?


~

~ ,( Already fillisfred?

Write dow n the dialogue you have made in
exercise 9.

6 ~ Liste n a nd check.

l\ Woekbook .,108 )




How old are you?
Amar Prabhu is al a job imerview in a call
cent re in Delhi , India .

~ Listen a nd read.

Good morning. Pleased to
Illeet you.

Manager

Pleased to meet you . What's
your name?

Amar

Amar Prabhu.

Manager

lJow old are you, Arnar?

Arnar
Manager
Amar

I'm eighteen .
What's your address?
It's 22 Barakhamba Road, Delhi .

Manager
Am.n
Manager

It's 11 3490372.

Comprehension check
2

Complete the a pplication for m for Amar.

Call Centre

What's your phone number?

Thanks.

Application Fo rm
Name: ..

Surname:
Age:
Address:
Phone number:
Ple ased to meet you.



Tra nslate it!


~ Look!

6

Write the numbers in digits.

a

Grammar Guide

b
e
d

Czasownik be • I, you
twier~~ce

Zdanie pytaj'tce

Zdanie

How old are you'

I'm eighteen (years old)
"m=lam

1',0

40 fony

e
eighty
f ~O ninety
g 700 a hundred

...5Q.. fifty
-.D 0 sixty

1'0

seventy

~ listen and repeat.

Pronunciation·

I @:B:o listen . Listen and repeal.

~Check!
3 Write the questions and answers.
I

2

1,, 13 b30

--;======----=___

4 Sam/ su _
S Alison/thirty-two _ _ __ _ _ __ __

3alj

lone
2 two
3

l4
4 fOllf

5 five

6
7
8
9
IO

six

twelve
twenty
16

So}.l fl.'"

j_e \o'~n 12 ~ 17 seventeen

eight 13 thirteen 18 ~ 'r\
n l n Q 14 fourteen 19 nineteen

ten

15 Wfu,o 20 +~r.ntLI

~ Lislen and check. Listen and repeal.

5

Complete the numbers.

2t twenly-one
22 tweIllY-~
23 twenty -..:t:.h..d.c.
I\venry ·...f~_n.\.I

2.
25
26
27
28
29

b ~

6aI8b .§!l

3 ~ Listen and check.

7

sixteen
seven
11 t;levE'_n/

b6fl

Sa$bJ,Q..

What's your phone number?

4 Write the numbers in letters.

fifteen

4 a,lJi

2ai4b ~

Vocabulary. numbers
three

(JIID Listen and underline the number
you hear.

____'_____

l.3 Joe/fifteen
Mr Demon/sixty

eighteen
nine

b /Iil ninety

a /li:/ nineleen

I Anna/fourteen How "Mare I'ou. Anna~

I'm Ivuriun.

-teen l i:1 or -ty Iii

twenty-five

twenty-S , }twellty-seven

~ Lislen and choose the correct word .
Gwyneth
Woman

Gwyne th
Woman
Gwyneth
Woman

Gwyneth
Woman
Gwyneth
Woman

Gwyneth
Woman
Gwyneth
Woman
Gwyneth
Woman

Cood morning. I want to join the
l l~sm.s eenlre, pleJ!>c.
Fine! What's your first name?
lCwynerh/lenny.
And what;s your surname?
II 's l James/l2!.!!§.
Thank you. And how old are you?
I'm 4 sixty/Sj~.
And what's your address!
It's 540/14 Mear Street, Cardiff.
Can
spell that, pleaser
Yes, it 's M-£-A-R.
Great! And what's your phone number?
It's 07700 900318.
What's your email address?
It's gwynI6@web.co.uk.
Thanks.

YOu

Work in pairs. Practi se the dialogue, using your
personal details.

t\Venty-~

twenty-nine
30 thirty
31 thirty- Q"~

~ Lislen alltl check. Lislen and repeat.

Language

(jJ!J

Telephone numbers

::r 020

4IIt: oh two oh

8776

233

e1ght double
seven SIX

two double
three

Email addresses

:r amar prabhu@lndla net
4IIt: amar underscore prabhu at iOdia dot net

CI

Worl



Where's he from?
I Rob White is with his girlfriend. Emily
Watson. They are looking at an email (rom
Lorenzo Conti.

C)E:D Listen and read.

Comprehension check

Who's this?
Emily
Rob
Emily
Rob
Emily

It's Lorenzo.
Lorenzo? Is thaI an Italian namel

Wow, fantastic! Where's Florence?
It's in Thscany, silly.
Ohl Yes, of course. How old is he?

He's seventeen. Why?

Emily

Well, he's very good ·looking!
What 's his phone number?
It's ... Hey, now! Wait a minute ...
Only joking. Rob!

Choose the correct answer.
I
2
3
4
S

Yes, he's from Florence.

Rob

Rob
Emily

2

Lorenzo/ Rob is Emily's boyfriend.
Lorenzo's an Italian/English name.
Lorenzo's from Rome/ Florence.
Lorenzo's English/Italian.
Lorenzo 's 19/ 17 years old.

silly

of course
Waft a minute
Only joking!


~Look!

Language

Nazwy kraj6w
Poland, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, France,

Grammar Guide

Czasownik be • he, she

Russia, England
ALE
the United States I the USA, the United Kingdom
I the UK, the Czech Repubhc. the Russian
Federation

ldania pytaj!"'ce""'"_ _---'Z
"'d:::'"ni"' -'.tw"'i"erd
=ZlI,,C,.e_ _
Nhere's he from'

He's from Florence.
He's Italian.
She's English
He's seventeen

Where's she from?
I-Iow old is he?

(l/!J

~Check!
3 Complete the sentences.
1 Where ~ "Ibm from? ~ from Bristol.

M

2 How old ~ Jessica?
fifleen.
3 His name ~_ John and h·.i Welsh.
4 ~ Polish . Iler name ~ Anna .
I

S Robbie _',_ seventeen.

Language

~

Sconish.

(l/!J

Zalmkl osobowe I dzleriawcze
1-+ my
you -+ your
he -+ his
she .... her
they -+ their
we -+ our

She's from England
5 Match the famous people with the countries.

1 Poland
2 Portugal

Mish

8

""""ob

~ Listen a nd check. Then li sten again
and repeat.

Penelope Cruz

c England

Ewan McGregor
Kasia Kowalska
Lionel Messi
Miley Cyrus

d Argentina
e the USA
France
g Germ,my
h Spain

Work In pairs. Take turns to ask and answer
questions.
Example:
A Where's Lily All en from~
B She's from England. She's English .

Scotland~Q\ t.. b



3
4
5 _
6 L
7
8 _

English
Australian
Irish

~C
9 Canada Co-floA1e..Y\
iJ,l.
10 Spain
~~o.!:l,~h
.J Wales
England
t:n<"\_b~
Auslralia AL.t!liu~LQ.h ll
5 Gennany &ewn<>n- 12 Ireland ~
13 the USA ,,'H!I.'(o.
6 France
Ito. I tc"b I. Greece ~yce"
7 Ital y

a Poland
b Scotland

L

4 Match the adjectives in the box to the names
of countries.
French
Spanish
italian Canadian Greek
Scottish American German
Welsh
Portuguese

Lily Allen
Marion Cotillard

.a- Michael Schumacher

Vocabulary. countries and
nationalities (1)

Ptllioft

1 L
2 _

Where's Bilbao?
6

Write the answers to the question s,
Where's Bilbao ?
2 Where's Manuea!?
3 Where's Cardiff?

t.U il1 Spail1. _
1\', i

"1

n's ,. .

CQ,Cr ~t..
\.j,\!'b

4 Where's Marseilles?
5 Where's BoslOn?

"\\""'--'-'~<-'£"''''''''''''''-''''L~_
1\'. i ..... !ht: IDf\

6 Where's Athens?

Ii \ ,

' h, C,\rCfL.(

~ Listen and check,
7 Write four more similar questions,
Work in pairs, Answer each other's questions.

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Workbookp.ll0

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Who are they?
I Rebecca Russell is a competitor in the IVJC.
She is with h er brother. Mark.

Who are they?
Rebecca

Mark
Rebecca

Mark
Rebecca

M ar k
Rebecca

They're the Emo Boys. They're

fantas tic! They're my favourite
group,
Where afe they from?
They're from Australia. Look!
This is their new CD, Nice Hair.
Let'5 listen to it.
All right. This is my favourite
song. Black Day.
But, Rebecca, it's awful!
Huh! Who are your favourite

group? Take ThaI?
M ark

Hal Ha! Very funny!

All right.

awful
Very funny!

Tra nslate It!

Comprehension check

2

Match Ihe questions to the .mswers.
I
2
3
4
5

Who is Mark? _
What's the name of Rebecca's favourite band?
Where are they from? _
What's the name of lhe CD?_
What's the name of the song?_

a
b
e
d

It 's Black Day.
It 's Nice Hair.
He's Rebecca's brother.
They ' re from Auslralia.

e It 's the Erno Boys .




~ Look !
Grammar Guide

Czasown ik be . they
Zdanla pyta),!"
Who are they?

Where are they from?

Zdania twierdz<\ce
They'r e the Emo Boys
They're from Australia
They 're Australian

~ Check!
3 Write the questions for the answers.
They're the Red HOI Chilli Peppers.

..·......"L

w lto au tho/?

'-"

• • •• • • • • L . . . " , • • • • •

l They're from London,

3 They're my brothers.
4 He's French and she's Spanish.

5 Laura is 13 and Ellen is 1S.

Language

(jJJ)

AustrollQn, fnglish, Italian NIE austmltan.
""I]ff$If, -

6

~

Vocabulary. countries and
nationalities (2)

Work in pairs. Take turns to ask and answer
questions.

4 Look at the photos. Find the names of the
bands a nd the counlries wh ere they are from .
FrlllI)

Fertlin.,nci England

Exa mple:
A Who are they?
B They're Franz Ferdinan d.
A Where are they froml
B They're from ScollJnd.

U2

France

Tokio Hotel Scot land

Germany
Air

Green Day

the USA

Ireland

La Raux

Listen and check.

My favourite band
5

Ta lk 10 four students in you r class. Write
their ,lnswers to these questions in the ta ble.
Who are your favourite band!
Where are they from?

1

Stude nt 's
na me

Franz Fcrd!,nand Scol/and

F.lVouritc

Count ry

band

1

2
3
4 _ _ __

Work w ith t he w hole class, Find the lOP three
most popu lar ba nds in the class,

~ Wor kbook p.I'D

e


Are you a competitor?
Steve Chan g is at the IVJC centre.

~ LiSlen and read .

Excuse me, is this the
IYJe centrel

Yes. it is.
Are you a competitor?

Yes, [ am.
What's your name?
Steve Cha ng.
Steve
Ms Sm.u1 Arc you from London?
Sieve
No, I'm no!. J'm from
Manchester.
Ms Smart Are yo ur parents here
with you?
Sieve
No, they aren' t. They' re
at work in Manchester.

OK. You' re jusl in ti me.
Mr Manins is over there.
Steve
Is he the president of the IYJe?
Ms Smart Yes, he is. But don 't worry!
He's very nice!

Comprehension check
2

True or false? Write T or F.
I
2

L Sieve is al the lYle centre.

L

He's a competitor in the lYle.

Excuse me ...
j ust in time

L

~ ~"

3

He's from London.

over there

10./11

Don 't worry!

"'tjrJ " ~ ~

4 TH is p.uents are in Ma nchester.
5 f Mr Martins is a competitor.

CD

(l ~;. ~

l 't

Translate It!


Language

an +a, e, I, 0 , U
an actress, an engineer, an office worker

Grammar Guide

Czasownik be • kr6tkJe odpowiedzi

a
a housewife, a dentist, a smger, a shop
assistant
She IS an engineer NIE ~-1S engineer (. 1)
They are dentists. (>1)

ldania pytaj~ce

Kr6tkie odpowiedzi
twlerdz~ce
przecz'lce
4re you a competitor' Yes, I am
No, I'm not
ts this the competition
.:e:ntre?
Yes, it Is.
No, it isn't

Is she Mrs Griffiths'

Yes, she is
No, she isn't.
Yes, he is
No, he isn't.
Are your parents here' Yes, they are No, they ''''' -,. ,

Is he the president?

,


-

Look out!

,

KrOtltie odpowiedzi

Is he a doctor?
5 ~ Listen and write
people do.
1 Rachel
l Jack _ __ __
3 Joe _ _ _ __

Yes, I am. NIE Yes. I'm

1 Is she a secretary? Yes, .5h,,<~is~,_ _____
2 .4!f ",Old
a doctor? No, I'm not.
3 Or dO'f
journalists? No, they aren't.
4 11 hi
an engineer? No. he isn't.
5 Are you English? Yes, 1 am
6 Are they students? Yes, they Ove

4 Eva _ _ _ _ __
5 Juliet
6 Chris _ _ _ __

Example:
A Is Rachel a doctor?
B No, she isn't. She's a teacher.

Guess the job!
6

Playa game. One student mimes a job for the
class. The rest of the class ask questions to
try to guess what the job is. The student can
give short answers with yes or 110.
Exa mple:
A Are you a van driverr
B Yes, I am./No, I'm not.

Vocabulary· jobs
4 M.llch the n.lmes of jobs to Ihe Polish
translations.

Pronunciation· the

1 _b_

actor
a programista
komputerowy
2 q housewife
factory worker b sktor
3 L
4 ...1..- nurse
c dent ysta/ dent ystka
5
singer
d lekarz/ lekarka
6 ~ student
iniynier
7 ~ teacher
robotnik pracujqcy
8
shop assistant
w fabryce
9 /( secretary
g gospodyni domowa
10
h mechanik
engineer
11 p-- van driver
pielfgniarz/
12 ....b- mechanic
pielfgniarka
\3
office worker
j pracownik biurowy
14 L-demist
k sekretarz/ sekretarka
15 d doctor
I sprzedawca/
16 IA compliler
sprzedawczyni
programmer
In piosenkarz/
piosenkarka
n sludent/ sludentka,
uczel'l./uczcnnica
o nauczyciel/
nauczycielka
p kierowca furgonetki

I

Q:IID Listen, Listen and repeal.
R'I:J/ the president the secretary
the competition
IfJi:/ the IYJC
the actor
the office worker

.-,



+-

the jobs these

Work in pairs. Take turns to ask and answer
questions about the jobs.

~ Check!
.
3 Complete the sentences.

-'
e

fJ!!)

2

Co mplete the tahle with the words.
Ihe
the
the
the

student
engineer
teacher
housewife

the
the
the
the

the 10;)1

,h..d,.t

doctor
italian boy
Australian group
singer
[he /iji:/

riodov

~~
U.~ l.Jlfe "n~",

e~ne.el.J
II" ;. ~ bo'1
~s. va, /io.", qvo.VlP

Q:1ID Listen and check. Listen and repeat.
~ Woekbook 0_112 )

.,


What's this?
Lorenzo Conti is with his girlfTiend . Claudia .
They are practising English.

0:tID Listen and read.

Ask me

some

®

Comprehension check
2

Who knows these words? Write

C (Claudia) , L (I..orellzo) or elL (bot h) .
I
1
3

£.. pen
f:.... book
b..... pencil

e1l.. exercise book
5 C rucksack

4

Easy!
Come on!

Wrong!
at all
Your English isn't

my turn

very good after all! ,..- - - - - - - -

after all

Translate It!


~ Look!

Answer my questions
5

Grammar Guide

Exa mple:

this, that, these, those
Uc.zba pojedyncza
What's th is'
What's that?

here)

rhere)

A What clfe these?

B They're books.

It's a pen.
It's a book.

Vocabulary· colours

Uczba mnoga
here)

'- "W"ha:c.'CCa"r",""'h",::s", "'T'h='yCC,r::,-=p::,",,=,",sWhat are those?

there)

They're chairs

Wha t are ~/thcse? They're books.
2 What's tlrat/llwse? It's a pencil.
3 Wha t's thi.~/~? It"s a chair.
4 Wildt are Httrr/chose? They're pens.
this~'

6

Match the n.lmes of the colours A- J in the
picture.

1-=

~Check!
3 Choose the correct word.

5 Whole'S

Work in pairs. Take turn s to il5k dnd an s wer
ques tions about objects in Ihe picture.

I['s an exercise book.

A

yh, Ie

B

'I'd

F bled.
G ~ell,,,"~_

a'''.

C blu(

J-I ,

D ~n _ _

I

E ~

o"anqe

J

i'f'1

~ Listen and check . Listen and repeal.
7 Work in pairs. Take turns 10 ask and .1IIs wcr

Vocabulary. classroom
objects

questions about the colours of the objects in
the picture.

4 Matc.h the words in the box 10 the obj ects in
Ihe picture.
flictioll8ries

,00=Ck

~ coR'lputer-

pencil case

eriHng

nom

",bOe,

window

""".-

""'"' """'"
d6k

pe-Rcils

~ Listen and check . Listen and repeat.

Example:

A What colour's the pencil Cilse?
B It·s green.


Where's my mobile?
USd Jackson is getting ready to go Oul with her
boyfriend. Andy. She is with her mum.

~ liSien and read .



Mom! lie is my boyfriend!
Now.

wheTl~'s

thai cellphone1

Comprehension check

2

True or false? Write T or F.

1
2
3 _
4
5 _

Usa ,md her mum .Jre in the living room.
Lisa's Jate for her date with Andy.
Andy is Lisa's boyfriend.
Her mobile is in her rucksack.
Her mobile is under the bed.

Don't get angry with me!
Sorry
I know!

Good idea !
"'American English

eel/phone
backpack



Mom

British English
mobile

rucksack

Mum

Translate It I


~Look!
Grammar Guide
Where?
Where's my mobile?

Irs on your desk.

Where are my pens'

They're in your rucksack.

Where's the picture? •
prepositions
5 Work in pairs. Look at the photo. Take turns
to ask and answer questions about Wht!fC
things are.
Exam ple:

A Where's the picture?
B It's on the wall.

!

look out!

f.

I

'!

Where IS my pen? _ Where's my pen? v'
Where are my pens? NIE Where 're my p,,,s? )t

~Check!
3

Complete the questions.
Where ~ my books?

2 Where
3 Where

~
~

your dictionary?
his ruler?

4 Where ~ her pencils?

Vocabulary. furniture
4

Look at the photo. Find these things and
match the numbers to the words.
a ....2- wardrobe
b 2 d.sk
c ~ bookcase
d ...Q chair

J

e
f
g

-L

h

L

picture
lamp

--8- bed
cupboard

Guess where they are!
6

Playa game. Think of four objects in the
picture. Work in pairs.

Student A: Tell your partner one of the four
objects. Don 't say where it is in the picture,
Answer B's questions. If they can't guess
where the object is in five Questions, you win
a point.
Student B: You can ask five questions to find
out where the object is. and to win a point. If
you can 't guess where it is, A wins the point.
Take turns to continue and to find out who
wins!
Example:
A A book.
S Is it on the desk?
A No, it isn't.
B Is it under the chair?

Ouv Listen and check. listen and repeat.

<.i Workbook p.1 14 )

G


aren't hungry
Jackie Davidson is wi th her friend. Gwyneth.
They' re talking about the IV le. Jackie's dad is
asking them about lunch .

Dad

What about something to eat, girls?
A sandwich, some pizza?

Jackie
GwynetJl

No, thanks. Dad. We aren't hungry.

Maybe you aren't hungry. Jackie, but I
am! Pizza fo r me please, Mr Davidson.

Dad

OK.

Gwyneth

So, who are the other competitors in
the lYle, Jackie?
They' re from lois of different
countries. Look! Here's the

Jackie

competition brochure.

Gwyneth
Jackie

Who's sher Is she Welsh?
Her name's Rebecca Russell. BUI she
isn't Welsh. She's from New Zealand.

Gwyneth
Jackie

What about these two? Where are they
from?
Well. Amar Prabhu 's from India and
Steve Chang's English. He's from
Manchester.

Gwyneth
Jackie

Are you OK? Vou look worried.
I'm nOI worried, but I'm sure they're
all really good journalists.
And I'm sure you're the best!

Comprehension check
2 Complete the senlences with the correct
name.
_ _ _ isn'l hungry.
2 _ __ __ is hungry.

3
4
5
6

is from New Zealand.
is from India.
is from Manchester.

isn ' t worried .

What about something to eat?
You look worried.
I'm sure
You're the best!


~Look!

James Isn't thirsty
5 ~ Look at the pictures olgain.

Grammar Guide

match the sentences

Zdania

pUI

a cross next 10 the false statements.

prze~ce

14

I'm not worned
He/Shellt isn't good

Shc/tt's good
're hungry
re hungry
"'!y're hungry

listen and

hear to sentences

a- i. Tick (tI') the correct s tatements. ilnd

Czasownik be • zdania przeczi\ce
ldania twierd ce
~ worried

yO ll

K

Jam<5 "n~

I",.,.,ty. fie, &OM.

l
3

You aren't hungry
We aren 't hungry

4
5

They aren't hungry

6

~ listen ag.lin. Write down the correct

! ': Look out!

statements, ,lnd correct the false statements
as shown in the example.

Cz:asownik be • form
Yaul They aren't .. We'rel You'rel They're not
A..i

..., not NJE I amn't

James

~Check!
3 Write the negative form.
1 They're from London.

T1t'l.n~ '/ fr~m
2 You're lIaHan.

LonA''''H,-,_ _ _ __

a I'm cold.

Ellie
3

Josh and Sam

I'm hungry.

4 We're ClOadian.

5 lie's J doctor.
-~-----

b I'm hot.

6 They're students.

c We're hungry ,

Vocabulary· feelings
4

Peter

Jessica

Look at the pictures. Match the

adjectives in bold to the Polish
translations below.

senny

I

l __ slllutny
3
zmar!wlOny
4
wesofy, SZCZ'i'sltwy
gnrqcy
5
6
glodny
7
zty, rozgniewJIlY
8 A- spragniony
9
zimny

d I'm thirsty.
Matt

e We're happy.
Tom and Mia

f I'm sad.
Belh

....0...-

Now translate the sentences J- i
into Polish ,

g I'm sleepy.

h We're angry.

I\

I'm worried.

Workbook p.l15)


Where's Clare?
I Steve Chang is at Emily Watson's house. He's in
London for me Imemational Young Journalist
Competition.

Q:J:;iD Listen and read.

Emily

Hello. Are Mr and Mrs Watson at home?
Yes, tbey are. What's your name?
My name's Steve Chang. Are you Emily?
Yes, I am. Hi, Steve.

Steve

!-Ii!

Sieve

Emily
Steve

Emily

I ley, Katie. Where's Clare?
Er ... she isn't in the living room. Maybe she's in
Katie
the kitchen.
Clare!
Where are you? Are you in the kitchen?
Emi ly
Mrs Watson No, I'm not. I'm in the garden with Ziggy. Why?
Steve's here!
Emily

r-r,--•,. "J~I
-.Mrs Watson Pleased to meet you, Steve!
Nice 10 meet you, too, Mrs
Steve
Watson .
Mr Watson Aargh! What's all this
rubbish?
Sorry! It's my luggage.
Steve
Mrs Wa tson Yes, urn ... Dave. This is Steve.
Steve, this is my husband.

Mr Watson

Dave.
Oh! Hi. Steve.

Comprehension check

2

'True or falser Write T
sentences.

2
Nice to meet you.
What's all this rubbish?

Sorry!



Translate it!

3
4
S
6

Of

F. Correct the ialsc

Mr and Mrs Watson aren'l at home.
Emily is Steve's friend.
Mrs Watson isn' t in her bedroom.
Mrs Watson is in the garden.
Ziggy isn't in the garden.
Dave is Clare's husband.


Grammar Guide

Vocabulary. rooms and
furniture
5

A-F.

Czasownik be
lOanl. pyta) .."
>e!"t! are you?
"'ar's your name?
Io:ere are you?
';ere are the Watsons?

ia pytajctce
you in the ga r den?
you In the kitchen?

Kr6tkie odpowiedzi
Yes. I am.
No, I'm not.

Mrs Watson at home? Yes, she is.
Kat ie in the kitchen~
they at home?
they in the garden?

...-.e

3

garden f...
living room

Zdania twierdzctce
I przecz,\ce
I'm In the garden ,
My name's Steve.
She isn't in t he living room
We're in the garden .
They're at home,

No, she isn 't.
Yes. they are.
No, they aren 't.

Match the words to the places in the house

L

i

bathroom
bE!droom I~

dining room
kitchen ---l...-

0

~ Listen and check.

6

Complete the words below and match
them to the correct furniture in the house.
C.!!P.hodLd
2 b .l! t D

3 ch. '_u
4 , g.j,l e

5 a Lt mchair

6 be d
7 d£ s«

8 ,t I l e:!

sh ow er

9
10 l i ght

~ Listen and check. Listen and repeat.

Complete the sentences with the
correct form of be.
1 Carol_~"~_in London.
2 .... ...t
Mr and Mrs Brown at
home?
Yes, they
3 Ii
Maggie in the garden?
No, she '"'' t
4 Mr Smith j'rl ~

in the living
room . Ah, look! He l"l
in
the kitchen.
they in London? No,
5 (1,&
~
lhey ~
you, Mark?
6 Where
,l
in
my
bedroom.
I

Steve isn't a student
4

Complete the information aboul
Steve with the affinnative v or
ncg.ltivc )( of be.
Steve Chang I S
v a British teenager. He
l r.,
V seventeen years old. He J
)(
a student. J Ie ~
v in London for a
journalist competition. He's at Emily's house.
His parents ~ . ..
X in London. They
6 .. _
v in Manchester. His mother
v English but his fa ther 8 I • ' )(
English. He 9 J,
v Chinese. Steve
10
"
V very interested in the cinema .

where's the armchair?
7 Work in pairs. Student A: Close your book .
Student B: Ask A where the furniture is
in the house.
Exa mple:
B Where's the table?

A It's in the dining room.

( \\: Workbook p.llS Ex.l 2, pp.1 17-1 18 Ex.5-8 )
"-'. ~~~~~~~~~~~~


Ow Listen a nd read.
Steve You've got a really nice garden. Emily!
Emily Thanks. Have you got a garden at home?
Steve No, I haven't. We live in a flat Wow!
You've gOI a really cool stereo, too!
Emily Actually, it's my dad's. Those are all his
CDs. They're awful.
Steve Have you got a stereo?
Emily Yes, I have. II's in my bedroom.
Steve Have you got any R&B CDs?

r eally cool
Actually
Really?
Guess whatl

Emily Yes, I have. I've got some great R&B CDs!
What about you?
Steve No, J haven'!. Well, I haven', got any CDs.
j've gal an MP3 player. Look!

Emily It's amazing!
Steve Yes, it's a birthday present rrom my parents.
Actually, it's my birthday today.
Emily Really? Happy birthdayl
Steve Thanks. When's your birthday?
Emily It's on the thirtieth of November. Clare!
Guess what! It's Steve's birthday loday.
Clare Really? Happy binhday, Steve!

Comprehension chl!ck

9

Who are these sentences true fo r? Write
E (EmB y) or S (Sieve).
1 I've got J njce garden. _
.2 I haven't gal a garden. _
3 i"ve got a stereo. _
4 I've got sOllle CDs.

5 I haven't gm any CDs.
6 I've got an MP3 player.


Grammar Guide

ldania

prze~ce

I haven't
I haven't

got a garden
got any CDs.
2 digital

Krotkie odpowiedzi
Yes, I have.
Yes, I have.

No, I haven't.
No, I haven 't.

Uczba mnoga (>1)
twierdzrtce: some
przeczClce i pytaja;ce: any

~ ""

c J\.

"fir.

.. ...,.u...... .. .-

. itJHj
~

3

c D,

4 computer 1 /2I'll~ 2 5

Com plete the sentences w ith the correct form
of have got.

I Have you _jilL a laptop? Yes, I Jmve .
2 I
"- an MP3 player. X

3 """"'"-- you ~ a stereo? Yes, I ~ ,
4 1__
- any CDs. X
5 I ~ _ _ some computer games. t/
6
you No.1 r..L..!:..:..
- You .:...;
_ a mobile. v
8 1 _ _ __ a laptop. v

!

6MP3p ""~~'s.V

Ss ,t'kfC

look out!

res. f have.

NIE -YeS;-fve got.

Vocabulary. personal
possessions

7 m i," ¥

8 electric g .i

f",-

II

Complete the words below the photos.
Listen and check . Listen to the s pelling
or the words.

Have you got a mobile?
\\'ork in pairs, Take turns to ask and a nswer
questions about the photo~.
Example:
A lIave you gOi any rollerblades?
8 No, I haven·t.
.\ Have you gOI an electric guitar?
B Yes, I have.
Sow talk about your other possessions.

9b

10 r _ __

·~'t:



~

Already finished?

Write six sentences a bou t your possessions.

I haven 't!Jot a mObile.

C!t Workbook p.IIS Ex.9-10 )


I

,. .

Vocabulary. ordinal numbers

!

13 Complete the list of numbers.
first
2nd second
lSI

13lh
14th
15th

3rd third
41 h fourt h
Si ll fifth
6th 2' -7'11
7th ~101~ .... ;'-h
8th f. j l"I ":!
91h ninth

22nd

January, March, December NIEj(JfJuary. march.

fourteenth
fifteenth

twenty-first

t.i€m~ ·

-J

15 Work In pairs. Take turns to ask and answer
questions about the festivals.
[x.lInp le:
A When's Valentine 's Dayr
B It 's on the fourteenth of February.
A Have you got Ihis festival in your COuntry?
B Yes, we have./No, we haven't.

""Q

23rd twenty-third
24th
25th

.,tfl.b

10th

-

Months

thirteenth

20th twentieth

21st

11th eleventh
12th twelfth

30th thirtieth
31st - - --

~ Listen and check. Listen and repeat.

Birthdays
16

Ben

August

June

Example:

January

"t>ril

February

July
October

A When 's Ben's birthday?
B It's on the twenty-thi rd of May_

Work in groups. Ask your classmates their
birthdays.
Example:
A When's your birthday?
B It's on the thirty-first of October.

14th tybv"r"k1 Valentine's Day
, 7th
St Patrick's Day (Ireland)

Pronunciation

tiC-ken

14th

~ Listen . Listen and

Tartan Day (Scotland)
May Day
_

/ 6/ {I!: the 1c,"J/

Midsummer's Night

j

cell

Bastille Day (France)

2

'

What's the date?

:::r 7th October

4It It's the seventh of October

10/ ch: three IOri:1

birthday
eighth

th ey
with

fifth
thanks

this
brother

J
l_--'---_
~

Now write the dates in the fuU form.

Language (jJJ)

rel:.eoll.

Q:t5:> Listen and write the words in the
third
father

Halloween
" Independence Day (Poland)
..Christmas Day

New Yea,..:S Daj is on tlte (irst ofjanuary.

~ th

correct column.

I Sth
~
Assumption (Catholic feast)
16th ~l',temi2u Independence Day (Mexico)
31 st
I I th
25m

Tom

March
May

lonwo."'Y_New Year's Day

24th 1

Elizabeth
David _ __ _ __

Work in pairs. Check your answe rs.

World ~estivals
6th
1st

_ _

Karen _ _ _ _ __

(\

1st

-------......-1"M'9'---

Jan. _ _

14 Write the months in the spaces on the
World Festivals calendar.
November
September

(JIID Emily's writing her friends ' birthda ys
in her mobile. Listen .md write the dates.

Vocabulary. dates

December

~koutl

tho ,,,

three 6n.

3 ~ Listen and check. Listen and
4

rt!).Jedl.

()IID Listen and repeat the sentt'nces.
1 My mother's birthday's on the

thirty-first of March.
2 Beth 's got th ree brothers.

When's your birthday?

r:r 151h August

4It It's on the fifteenth of August

~

Workbook p.116 Ex.3-4 )

~~

Already {illisfted?

Write the dates of four festiv.lls that you
celebrate in your town or country.


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