In Module 6 you study Grammar
G G G G
Chapter 5 – The big day Chapter 6 – The winner
Can/can't Must/mustn't Should/shouldn't First conditional
Verbs of action Names of everyday materials
so that you can
G G G G G G G
Talk about what is and isn't possible Talk about rules and obligations Understand advice and say if it is good or bad Talk about a problem and give your opinion Talk about recycling and the environment Learn about our changing climate Talk about results and consequences
Life and culture
A letter from Canada The World Wide Fund For Nature
A visit to my country
You write about your country.
5 What will happen to the Maldives?
. 2 You should stay in the car. 3 Should we have a leader? 4 A world full of rubbish. 1 We must be quick.a
What’s it about?
What can you say about the pictures? Now match the pictures with sentences 1–5.
Matt and his friend Wayne are staying at a Youth Hostel in Scotland.
Don't worry. They're on Ben Nevis – the highest mountain in Britain.
I haven't got much food.
You can have mine. You mustn't get cold.
It really hurts. e you mustn't panic.
A 1 Wayne can't walk 2 When you're in a difficult situation. it's Matt. We must get some help. of course I can.
d because his leg is broken. I can't move my leg.
Broken! OK! Rule number one: We mustn't panic.
I'll be as quick as I can. Guess what will happen next. 3 The people in the helicopter can B a because there are lots of trees. And take my jacket. Wayne. d Yes. Matt.
Three hours later …
Look! He's down there.
c Match the words in A with the words in B and make complete
sentences. I think it's broken. 5
b Match these sentences with
the numbers in the story. He'll be OK. I'll go back to the hostel. Can you remember the way?
Wayne! Are you all right?
No. e We mustn't go too near those trees. c because he's got Matt's red
4 The pilot must be careful 5 Wayne will be OK
In Step 1 you study G can/can’t G must/mustn’t so that you can G talk about what is and isn’t possible G talk about rules and obligations
Presentation We mustn't panic!
Listen to the story and follow in your book. I'm not. Listen again and check. a Wayne. Matt. can you hear me? b I can see my red jacket! c But we must be quick. b but they must hurry. It isn't going to be easy.
Matt be careful. Write at least three sentences. mustn't. eggs and tomato es.
Please do not use your mobile phone
in the diningroom after 10pm. 2 It's dangerous.
It isn’t far. You mustn’t eat in the classrooms. Remember! We don’t use to after can and must. the pilot and the doctor. can't.
We use or + verb when something is or isn't possible. then say at least four things
about the Youth Hostel.
a Complete the sentences.
At our school. must.
Complete the explanation.
Please leave your boots in the hall. We use or + verb for rules and obligations.
b Role play If you have time. then share your ideas. It's late. (Vegetarian sausages are also available. S You've got two minutes!
can/can't. 3 They walk there in ten minutes. mustn't. 4 5 6 7 8
Writing and speaking Our school Use what you know
Think about the things you can/can’t do at your school. Wayne. must go.)
b Read the notices again. I think it's broken. Be quiet! Ben wants to go skateboarding but he find his skateboard. I .
You mustn't smoke.
must. and the things you must/mustn’t do.
Please note that there are no TVs in the
bedrooms. Use can. Work in a group of four: Matt. act the
story. you can.
can see Wayne.4
Reading and speaking Notices
a Read the notices.
Table tennis • Darts • Snooker • Chess
Fruit juice Cereal Porridge Toast Bacon. She go to bed. can't. but you can’t play tennis. I move my arm. Find something that you like
playing and something that you like eating. you can play volleyball. You talk. we stay at the Youth Hostel? – Yes. You can have porridge for breakfast.
1 Can you hear anything? – No. but there is a television room next to the games room. mustn't panic. Use can. can't move.
Verbs of action
S Match the verbs with the pictures.
3 a Not a good idea. c
How many names of wild animals do you know in English?
2 b Not a very good idea.
should be careful. You should walk. scorpions can be very dangerous. What can you say about the pictures?
b Read the quiz again.
Listen to the quiz and follow in your book.
We use or + verb when we give advice. You can't be sure that 1 a No. 4 b You shouldn't go outside when there's a storm.
Listen and check. then check in the box. Remember! We don’t use to after should.
b You shouldn't move.
a You should find a river. You've got two minutes!
run away run after climb follow move touch get into get out of
a You should try them for your
13a. c You shouldn't eat all your food immediately. you shouldn't! The poison from desert
someone will find you. Which sentences are bad advice? Write your answers. 5 c It'll probably run after you.
follow it. b You should look carefully before you get into your sleeping bag. c You should check your clothes before you get dressed.STEP 2
In Step 2 you study G verbs of action G should/shouldn't so that you can G understand advice and say if it is good or bad G talk about a problem and give your opinion
Presentation You should be careful. shouldn't shout. Someone
will find you.
Complete the explanation. Bears can climb trees too.
a You should climb the
/υ/ /u /
should could good put shoe food blue two
b You shouldn't touch the baby. 6 I agree.
1 You should look carefully before you walk across the road. 8 You should talk to them more often. What's Lisa's problem? Listen again.
Writing and speaking Advice Use what you know
Write a short letter asking for advice. 5 I couldn't believe it. They're too young. I don't think they should read your emails.
You / speak English in our English lessons.
/υ/ and /u /
Listen and repeat the words. Are they the same or different? 1 different
1 would true 4 juice move 2 look foot 3 soup book 5 boot cook 6 you good
a You should stay in the car.
I think Lisa should …
a You shouldn't look at the
dog's eyes. It's very bad for you.
Listening and speaking
‘Talk to Tilda’
Listen to the conversation on the radio between Tilda and Lisa. Everyone / eat lots of fruit and vegetables.
Can your friend complete the sentence?
Then work with a friend. She / eat all that fast food. c You should move away
from the food and be very quiet. b You shouldn't shout at it. 7 They shouldn't read my emails.
I think you should get more exercise.
You should speak English in our English lessons.
Dear Tilda. Who says these things? Tilda or Lisa? 1 They were using my computer.
b Test a friend Write another sentence for 4a. What's your advice? Elvira. c You should close all the windows of the car. Read your friend's letter and give some advice. He / be more positive. Make sure
they're all good advice.
c What about you? Do you agree with
a Write sentences with should or shouldn't. It isn't healthy. 4 They should ask you first. He / be so pessimistic. Tilda? Share your ideas. 3 They shouldn't use your computer.
Listen and say these words. I'm always tired and I haven't got much energy.
. 9 You should be honest with them.
1 2 3 4 5 6
You / look carefully before you walk across the road. 2 I was so angry. b You should get out of the car
and stand under a tree. I've got a problem. c You should run away as fast as you can. They / get married now. You / smoke.
Everyone should do something. we shouldn't. I don't want to share my things.
Should we have a leader? Yes. It's sometimes quite scary.
1 Should we share the cooking?
1 2 3 4 5
we / cooking ? / share / should / the be / should / leader ? / who / the should / we / live ? / where do ? / we / what / should everyone / when / meet ? / should
Should teenagers help at home?
. Is it positive
b Read the text again and answer the questions. The story shows the different sides of human nature – good and bad. No. for several months.
Should we have a leader?
Who should it be?
Should we build a house?
b Match these answers with the
Where should we build it?
Should everyone share the work?
Should everyone vote?
Should we share our possessions?
Key grammar Questions with should
Complete the answers. imagine you're
one of the boys.
b Role play If you have time.
Presentation What should we do?
Look at the scene from Lord of the Flies and listen to the questions. by William Golding. No. so the boys must decide what to do on their own. 2 Yes.
Yes. Ask and answer questions in 2a and 4a. There are no adults. under the trees. I think we should. they live on an island. 3 No.
1 Where does the story take place? 2 Are there any adults on the island? 3 Do you think everything goes well?
Lord of the Flies. is about a group of schoolboys. we/they
a Put the words in the right order and make
questions. questions. we/they . Ask at least four people and compare their opinions. 1 Over there.STEP 3
In Step 3 you study G should: questions
so that you can G ask and answer questions with should G share your opinions
My book review
Lord of the Flies
Reading Ben’s review
a Read Ben’s book review. They have a meeting and choose a leader. Use should. we shouldn't. I think it's a brilliant book. Listen and check. they should. You should read it. Their plane crashes and. What's happening? a It's the boys' first meal.
Should we have a leader? everyone vote? .
Writing and speaking Life's big questions Use what you know
Think of a question that's important to you. b It's their first meeting.
Dawson picked up a red water bottle outside the changing rooms. but Jack wasn’t smiling. ‘Hey!’ he said. She turned and walked down to the lake. He ran after Dawson. and then we’re going to tell the police. ‘It’s Dad. but he was sure that there was something wrong. It was Emily’s water bottle! She quickly put something into Emily’s bottle. Finally. Jack walked down to the water and took out his mobile phone. He saw her. Now just swim!’ ‘It’s not that.’ ‘Now.. ‘How are you feeling?’ asked Jack. ‘I’ve got butterflies in my stomach.’ said Emily. I saw you.’ Emily went to get ready in the changing rooms near the lake. ‘You just go and change.’ said Dawson. ‘You put something into Emily’s water bottle. He couldn’t smell anything. ‘and.’ said Emily.’ ‘I don’t know what you mean. After his phone call. Saturday August 15th arrived – the day of the Picton Lake Race.Swim!
The big day
The weeks passed.’ said Jack. but she couldn’t see him. Jack waited for a moment. as they arrived at the lake in Jack’s car. He opened it. Jack walked back to find Emily. I really wish . School finished and Emily spent more and more time swimming. I’m going to tell Emily. There’s something I must do. then he went to look at the bottle. Dawson smiled at him. ‘You’re ready. come on. well …’ ‘What’s the matter?’ asked Jack. As he got nearer.
1 2 3 4
How did Emily feel when she arrived at the lake? Who do you think Jack telephoned? What did Tina Dawson do? What did Jack want to do?
. he saw Tina Dawson.. and then walked away.
c Because it’s unhealthy. Also. 6 You mustn’t get cold.
4 Why shouldn’t people smoke? a Yes. 3 I often get headaches. 5 Smoking is bad for you. 1 Someone got the office last night and stole some computers. a check b touch c find 6 He got the boat and ran across the beach.
How do you say these sentences in your language? 1 Are you all right? 2 It really hurts. 3 You get a lot of different magazines at the newsagent’s. so we 7 Match the problems (1–6) with the advice (a–f). 2 Should I send this email to David? a He’ll be OK. 2 I don’t know how to answer these science questions. a after b along c away 3 I tried to push the piano into a corner. c I can’t believe it. 3 Can you remember the way? 4 I’ll be as quick as I can. it does. We use it at the moment. you 4 touch them. 4 Harry’s always late. The art gallery is about 10 kilometres from the school. It’s dangerous. 5 Jane go bowling this evening.
A teacher is talking to her class about a school trip. please don’t bring paintings. 1 Can we make a phone call from the station? a Yes. must or mustn’t. b They should stop
immediately. 3 What can we have to eat? a There’s some fruit in the kitchen. b Yes.
5 What’s your advice? a I think you should tell your
parents. 1 The washing machine is broken. e You should talk to your teacher. 1 I’ve got an important exam tomorrow. b You should try to find a job. We 1 walk there. c Yes. a change b follow c move 4 She the hill and stood at the top. She’s studying for her exams. f You shouldn’t wait for him. can’t. 6 My brother always tells me I’m stupid. we can. you can’t. 2 Where’s my mobile? I remember where I put it. a climbed b ran c walked 5 You mustn’t that spider. I’ve got some bring a notebook and questions for you to answer. b Do you like apple juice? c No. We have a barbecue. 5 I’d like to have some money to spend. but you 5 take photos. you shouldn’t. sorry.
b He’s got a good idea. When we’re inside the gallery.
. b No. a You shouldn’t spend hours in front of your computer. a out of b along c up Complete the sentences with can or can’t. d You should go to bed early tonight. but it didn’t .1
Choose the right words. so you 3 look at the a pen. There’s a café at the gallery cameras because you 6 get some soup or a sandwich before we leave. a up b into c out of 2 The dog was very nervous and it ran when it saw us. 4 I’ve got some beefburgers and sausages. Complete the conversations. c I don’t agree. you do. Complete the text with can. they should. but we 2 get there by bus. c You shouldn’t listen to him.
When they visit her. T busiest time on our farm is Septemb he er – that’s harvest time. In the winter. We don’ t see my dad for weeks – except when he runs into the kitchen for some food. T autumn (we call it he the fall) is beautiful. I’ll write again soon. It’s called Biso n's Leap Ranch. we have snow for five or six months. traditions and culture. We’ve got three hundred cows. three dogs .
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Does Keri live in a town? Why is her dad busy in September? What’s the Canadian word for ‘autumn’? What’s the weather like in the winter? What do Keri and her friends do in the winter? Is it very far from Vancouver to New Brunswick? Does Keri live near the mountains? When she visits her friend Natalie. Canada. From my bedroom window. ice hockey. We do lots of winter sports – skiing. Canada is the second biggest country in the world. Canada. T sky is blue and he the trees are red and gold. You should come and visit us one day. T hat’s the ranch next to ours. June 17th Hi! I’m Keri and I live in a place called Okotoks in Alberta. they drive for seven days! Alberta is a cool place to live. then answer these questions. how does she travel?
. skat ing and tobogganing. and they still live in northern Canada. They have their own language. Alberta.
Task Read the letter from Keri. about a hundred sheep. and it’s enormous. you can see the Rockies. We grow wheat here. Okotoks. two cats and five horses. but really hot. Keri
The Inuits were the first inhabitants of Canada.Life a cultu nd re
A letter from Canada
What do you know about Canada? Do you know anyone in Canada?
Bison’s Leap Ranch. lots of hens. My Uncle Ed and Aunt Sandra live in Vancouver on the west coast and their daughter (my cousin) Sally lives in New Brunswick on the east coast. We live on a farm. and then runs out again! Our summers are short. I’m going to ride over to my friend Nata lie’s place now.