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Look at the information in the table and write sentences about this boy. name age nationality tall? eyes favourite foods Colin 14 Irish no green pasta and chicken my
4. Write a/an before the object. 1 _______a_______ blackboard 2 _______________ eraser 3 _______________ pencil 4 _______________ desk 5 _______________ umbrella 6 _______________ envelope 7 _______________ apple 8 _______________ bag 9 _______________ exercise book 10 ______________ dictionary 5. Complete with in, on or at. 1 _______on______ Wednesday 2 _______________ night 3 _______________ ten o’clock 4 _______________ August 5 _______________ winter 6 _______________ the morning 7 _______________ Saturday 8 _______________ the evening 9 _______________ midday 10 ______________ February
1 His name’s Colin. 2 He’s _____________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________ 6 _________________________________ 3. Now write similar sentences about yourself. 1 My name’s __________________________ 2 ___________________________________ 3 ___________________________________ 4 ___________________________________ 5 ___________________________________ 6 ___________________________________ 7 ___________________________________
> EXTENSION 6. Write the questions for the sentences in exercise 2. 1 What’s his name? 2 ____________________________________ 3 ____________________________________ 4 ____________________________________ 5 ____________________________________ 6 ____________________________________
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7. What are the questions for these answers? Use the question words in the box. when where what who what time how old
8. Complete the text with a, an or nothing. I like my bedroom. I’ve got lots of things in it. There’s 1 __a__ table and 2 _________ chairs, and on the table I’ve got 3 _________ computer. There’s 4 _________ TV too, but I haven’t got 5 _________ DVD player. There are 6 _________ books and
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1 Who is he? He’s my friend, Tony. 2 _________________________________ She’s my sister, Sophie. 3 _________________________________ Yes, she is English. 4 _________________________________ I’m from Newcastle. 5 _________________________________ My favourite sports are skiing and tennis. 6 _________________________________ They’re fine. 7 _________________________________ Her name’s Gillian. 8 _________________________________ They’re from Austria. 9 _________________________________ I’m OK. Thanks. 10 _________________________________ Her favourite actor is Brad Pitt. 11 _________________________________ Dinner is at 7.30. 12 _________________________________ Yes, he’s very tall. 13 _________________________________ We’re from Nigeria. 14 _________________________________ No, he’s not a singer. 15 _________________________________ The party is tomorrow.
_________ magazines. In one there’s _________ article about Brad Pitt. He’s _________ actor. I’ve got 10 _________
poster of him on my wall. 9. Complete with the correct preposition. 1 On school days I get up 1 _________ seven o’clock 2 _________ the morning and I go to bed 3 _________ ten o’clock
_________ night. _________ the winter I get up ________ nine o’clock 3 _________
Saturdays to play football. 4 _________ the afternoon I visit my grandmother
_________ four o’clock.
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UNIT 2 > CONSOLIDATION 1. Look at this example: Affirmative - You’ve got a bike. Negative - You haven’t got a bike. Question - Have you got a bike? Now write the missing sentences. 1 Affirmative - She’s got a computer. Negative - _______________________ Question - _______________________ 2 Affirmative - ____________________ Negative - They haven’t got a video. Question - _______________________
1 There’s a mirror __above__ the fireplace. 2 There’s a ball __________ the table. 3 There are pictures __________ the walls. 4 There are papers __________ the wastepaper bin. 5 There is an armchair __________ the fire. 6 There are some books ________ the chair. 7 There’s a dog __________ the sofa. 8 There is a chair __________ the desk. 3. Write sentences using the words given. 1 no - water - bottle There isn’t any water in the bottle. 2 money - bank 3 trees - forest 4 no - a shop - village
Affirmative - ____________________ Negative - _______________________ Question - Has he got a radio? 6 a church - next to - park 5 no - people - shop
2. Look at the picture and complete the sentences with the correct preposition from the box. above in near next to on under
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there isn’t. Complete the sentences with the correct form of there is.CD player 3 Marta and Almudena – CD players 4 Vicente and Lucía – bikes 5 Vicente . 1 Is there a supermarket near John’s house? 2 __________ a photo of the king in the newspaper. there are or there aren’t.. 2 Almudena – mobile phone? 3 Marta – walkman? Raúl Lucía 4 Raúl and Marta – bikes? 5 Raúl – mobile phone? Marta Almudena 6 Alberto and Almudena – CD players? 7 Vicente and Lucía – bikes? Vicente 1 Raúl – walkman Alberto 6.walkman 6 Alberto and Almudena – bikes 7 Alberto – mobile phone 8 Raúl and Vicente – mobile phones Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación.A.> EXTENSION 4. The classroom is empty. Raúl hasn’t got a walkman. 2 Lucía . 5 __________ any museums in your town? 6 __________ any restaurants in this village? 7 __________ any chairs in the classroom.walkman? Has Vicente got a walkman? No. Look at the pictures and write sentences about the people. 9 __________ any students in the classroom. 2006 . Now write questions and short answers about the pictures on the previous page. He’s got a CD player. 5. 8 __________ a bakery near my house. 3 __________ any cinemas near the school? 4 __________ a train from the airport to the city. I buy my bread in the supermarket. S. he hasn’t. 1 Vicente .
Write sentences about the animal in the picture based on the words given. Write complete sentences. 2 They/not/listen to/pop music 3 She/eat/apples 4 We/not/like/French 5 Tom/watch/a lot of films 6 Lisa and Ann/live/London 7 The dog/run/park 8 My sister/not/help/at home > EXTENSION 3.. Write sentences using words from the box. S.A. 2 drink water/not often 3 eat sand/never 4 carry people/sometimes 5 live in the desert/always 6 be brown/usually 2.UNIT 3 > CONSOLIDATION 1. always often never sometimes usually 1 bears – fish Bears often eat fish. Use the correct form of the present simple (affirmative or negative) 1 He/not/play/tennis He doesn’t play tennis. 1 sit down/often A camel often sits down. 2 polar bears – white 3 penguins – fly 4 sharks – attack people 5 pandas – bamboo Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 2006 .
1 I can to swim. I can swim. Complete the sentences with do or does. 2 She no can cook. (give) 7 Walk in the corridors. 1 Do tortoises eat lettuce? 2 _______ an elephant live for 200 years? 3 _______ parrots talk? 4 _______ kangaroos live in Spain? 5 _______ a zebra have orange stripes? 6 _______ dolphins communicate? 7 _______ a crocodile eat meat? 8 _______ sharks live in rivers? 9 _______ pandas eat potatoes? 10 _______ you like animals? Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. (walk) 3 Washing hands: Obligatory. 1 Yes.. they do. 1 Price: € 10 (pay) You must pay € 10. 2 No walking on the grass. (write) 5 __________________________________ 6 __________________________________ 7 __________________________________ 8 __________________________________ 9 __________________________________ 10 __________________________________ 3. S. (wash) 4 Be quiet during the exam. 3 We’re can play chess.UNIT 4 > CONSOLIDATION 6 Do not give food to the animals in the zoo. Correct these sentences. 7 She can speak German? 4. 4 Cats can no fly. 6 He cans ride a bike. (run) 1. (talk) 5 Use a pen. Write the rules with must or mustn’t and the verbs given. 2 __________________________________ 3 __________________________________ 4 __________________________________ 2. Write short answers for the questions in 8 Can you to help me? 9 Can she to come to the party? exercise 3.A. 2006 . 5 They don’t can drive.
7 talk __________________________________ __________________________________ 6. 2 __________________________________ Yes. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Some live in trees. 2006 . _________________________________ 2 swim _________________________________ _________________________________ 3 walk _________________________________ _________________________________ 4 jump _________________________________ _________________________________ 5 cook _________________________________ _________________________________ 6 drive _________________________________ _________________________________ 1 Does a deer run a lot? Yes. 1 football – use your hands You mustn’t use your hands.> EXTENSION 5. Write sentences about abilities based on the pictures and the verb given. Write questions about the animals for the answers given. Look at these sports rules and write sentences. 3 __________________________________ No. It doesn’t eat meat..A. 2 tennis – kick the ball 3 sailing – have a boat 4 basketball – run with the ball 7. S. It runs a lot. 1 fly A bird can fly but a dog can’t.
they often climb trees. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 2006 . 6 _________________________________ It eats fish. 7 _________________________________ Yes.A.4 _________________________________ They live in Australia. they sing.. 5 _________________________________ Yes. S. 8 _________________________________ It sleeps underground.
UNIT 5 > CONSOLIDATION 1. 2006 . ________ packet of 6 4 biscuits and 5 ________ orange juice. 1 man/run Is the man running? 2 girl/eat/banana 3 dogs/sleep 4 boy/wear/T-shirt 5 woman/read 6 cat/drink 7 men/wear/hats 8 birds/fly ________ bottle of water. We’ve got ________ apples. S. Complete the sentences about the pictures. 2 The woman _______________________ 3 The birds _________________________ 4 The cat ___________________________ 5 They _____________________________ 6 The woman _______________________ 7 The man __________________________ 8 The girl __________________________ 9 The frogs _________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. We’ve got 8 ________ packet of peas and ________ 9 ice.A. 1 The man is running. In the freezer we’ve got ________ soup and 7 ________ ice-cream. 2. Write questions in the present continuous using these words. Complete the text with some or a.. In the fridge we’ve got 1 some milk and 2 3 3.
Write short answers for the questions in exercise 3 based on the pictures. 2 _________________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________ 6 _________________________________ 1 There’s a fish in the fish tank. 2 __________________________________ 3 __________________________________ 4 __________________________________ 5 __________________________________ 6 __________________________________ 7 __________________________________ 8 __________________________________ 9 __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación.. Look at the pictures and write sentences starting with there. 2006 .> EXTENSION 4. 1 Yes. he is. 5. S.A.
Write a sentence about each picture using ate came went met began spoke took did made flew drank had got saw could 1 The boy gave the girl a present. Write the negative form of the verbs in exercise 1. S. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. When I 1 was (be) seven I 2 __________ (live) in Rome with my family. Then last 8 year my parents ___________ (decide) to come back to London because they 9 ___________ (want) me to go to an 10 English school. 2006 .UNIT 6 > CONSOLIDATION 1.. 1 wasn’t 7 __________ 2 __________ 8 __________ 3 __________ 9 __________ 4 __________ 10 __________ 5 __________ 11 __________ 6 __________ > EXTENSION 4. Match the infinitive on the left with the past form on the right. The past forms of these verbs are wrong. The ___________ (be) much better! 2. Two years later we ___________ (move) to Lisbon because my dad 6 7 ___________ (change) jobs and that ___________ (be) good too. We 3 3. but I weather 11 ___________ (prefer) living in Italy and Portugal. 1 begin 2 can 3 come 4 do 5 drink 6 eat 7 get 8 go 9 have 10 make 11 see 12 take 13 fly 14 meet 15 speak 5. 2 __________________________________ 3 __________________________________ 4 __________________________________ 5 __________________________________ the verbs from exercise 4 in the past. Complete the text with the verbs given in the past. verb 1 give 2 win 3 know 4 say 5 sleep 6 leave past? gived wan knaw sayed sleeped leaved correct form gave _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ ___________ (be) very happy there 5 because we all 4 ___________ (like) the city. Correct them.A.
I want to show you _______ 8 She’s not normally so late. 3. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 5 He doesn’t like watching ________ on TV. B: Did you buy ___________? 7 Come here. Look at the picture and complete the sentences. B: I’m too tired. __________ __________ 5 On the table __________ __________ two bottles. Let’s go to the cinema. 2 They are very lazy – they never do ___________.UNIT 7 > CONSOLIDATION 1. 2006 . I don’t want to do __________. 1 A: I feel like doing something tonight. S. 1 There were two birds in the tree. 3 Please bring ________ to eat and drink on the school trip. 2 __________ __________ a dog running. 4 Have you got _________ to drink? I’m very thirsty. __________ __________ 4 __________ __________ a table? Yes. I want to stay at home. 3 __________ __________ any children in the garden? No.. Look at exercise 1 in Unit 6 and use the words to write questions. _________ is wrong. 1 how old/he? How old was he? 2 where/live? 3 they/happy/Rome? 4 like/city? 5 where/move/two years/later? 6 why/move? 7 Lisbon/good? 8 what/parents/decide? 6 A: I went shopping yesterday. Fill in the gaps with something or anything. 2. 6 __________ __________ some water in the bottles.A.
4 _________________________________ Yes. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Write questions for these answers. 2006 . 5 _________________________________ I travelled by train. S.> EXTENSION 4. 2 _________________________________ He wanted an ice-cream. 1 Did you like the concert? Yes. I liked the concert..A. they were Italian. 3 _________________________________ They played at four o’clock.
00. We 4 _______________ _______ (get up) early on Saturday and we 5 _________________ (play) tennis. Write questions for these answers.A. 7 __________________________________ I’m going to visit my friends. Complete the text with plans or intentions using the correct form of the verbs in brackets. On Friday night 1 I’m going to see (see) a film with some friends. he’s not going to watch the film. we’re going to play tennis.write about my weekend! > EXTENSION 3. 1 she/go/beach/Saturday She’s going to the beach on Saturday. The Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 2006 . I 7 ___________________ ____ (have) lunch at home and then I 8 ______________________ (go) shopping in the afternoon. On Sunday I 10 ______________________ (rest) and I 11 ______________________ (do) my homework . 3 __________________________________ They’re going to live in Italy.UNIT 8 > CONSOLIDATION 1. Write complete sentences about these future plans using the present continuous. 1 What are you going to eat? I’m going to eat spaghetti. We 2 No. S. 2 we/watch/film/tonight 3 they/play/football/tomorrow 4 I/meet/friends/later 5 Billy/have/barbecue/Sunday 6 Andy/not come/party/weekend 7 we/not leave/today 8 you/go/holiday/summer? 9 he/fly/to England? match 6 ________________________ (start) at 10. Then my best friend 3 night at my house. 4 __________________________________ She’s going to travel by bus. I’ve got a lot of things planned for this weekend. In the evening we 9 _____ _________________ (have) a party. 2 Who He’s going to see his grandmother. ______________________ (watch) ______________________ (stay) the Planet of the Apes. 5 __________________________________ Yes.. 6 __________________________________ 2.
A.’ ______ g ‘We’re going to see Tom and Lisa and I think Pete will come too. 2006 using the words above.’ ______ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 1 happy sad 2 friendly 3 ugly 4 noisy 5 mean 6 fat 7 young 8 short 9 unkind 10 funny _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ . Write the opposite of the adjectives. a ‘We’re going to see a horror film.’ 1 b ‘I like the green top and the blue one.VOCABULARY ACTIVITIES IN TOWN 1. 1 go to the a clothes 2 listen to 3 try on 4 buy 5 have a 6 eat some 7 get 8 go 9 meet some 10 rent a b DVD/video c pizza d haircut e cinema f food g friends h CDs i shopping j money ADJECTIVES FOR DESCRIBING PEOPLE 1.’______ d ‘My favourite band is Destiny’s Child.’ ______ i ‘We’re going to get a comedy film from the shop. Which one shall I choose?’ ______ c ‘I’m really hungry. I’m happy but I’m not serious.’ ______ j ‘I’m going to buy a new pair of jeans.’ ______ h ‘My hair is really long. Read the sentences and match them with an activity in exercise 1. It needs cutting. Match the two parts of the phrases.’ ______ e ‘I need to go to the bank before we go shopping.. 1 I’m ________________ but I’m not 2 I’m ________________ and I’m 3 I’m not ________________ and I’m not 3. Now complete the sentences about yourself 2. S. 1 ha a nd 2 beauti 3 th 4 sa 5 seri 6 un 7 qui 8 u 9 ki 10 fu b in c ous d nny e ful f ppy g d i et j gly happy _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ h friendly _____________ 2. Let’s go to the baker’s. Match to form adjectives.’ ______ f ‘I’m going to order pepperoni and cheese.
1 tortoise 2 t___r 3 c_______e 4 m____y 5 e______t 6 l__n 7 e___e 8 p_____n 2. What are the names of these animals? 3. Fish 1 scales 2 a tail 3 claws 4 a beak 5 a trunk 6 fur 7 a horn 8 wings 9 feathers 10 tongue 1 dog 2 _____________ 3 _____________ 4 _____________ 5 ______________ 6 ______________ 7 ______________ 8 ______________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. S..A. 2006 . Draw a picture of these parts of animals. Complete the words to form names of animals.ANIMALS AND ANIMAL PARTS 1.
Order the letters to find the names of 5. _____________ t ______________ p ______________ l ______________ c ______________ w _____________ c ______________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. _____________ 8. Match the objects in the box with the pictures below. bed table chair telephone cooker toilet fridge sofa 2. 2006 . _____________ 2. _____________ 4 sta 5 ro 6 sho 7 att 8 gara 4. _____________ 6. Match the parts of the words to form rooms and parts of the house. _____________ 8 __________________________________ 3.A. _____________ 4. In what rooms in a house do you find the objects from exercise 1? Choose from the box. bathroom bedroom dining room living room kitchen 1 __________________________________ 2 __________________________________ 3 __________________________________ 4 __________________________________ 5 __________________________________ 6 __________________________________ 7 __________________________________ 1. S.. _____________ objects in a bedroom. 1 deb bed 2 btale 3 trosep 4 mpal 5 caihr 6 bewdrora 7 abuporcd 7. 1 arm a ic 2 kit 3 bed b wer c chair d ge e chen f om g irs h room armchair __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ __________ 3.AT HOME 1.
1 sh a ots 2 z 3 tra 4 bo 5 trac 6 but 7 dre 8 jac 1 3 5 7 b ton c ksuit d ss e ket f irt g ip h iners 2 4 6 8 Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 2. Find six more words related to clothes in the word search. 2006 .. Then draw pictures in the boxes.A.CLOTHES 1. S. Write the words next to the pictures. Match the parts of the words to form L S E I I G P R S K S B R O S O A I A N T A U H T R A I N E R S I T L A S F S H 1 T-Shirt 2 _________________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________ 6 _________________________________ 7 _________________________________ 8 _________________________________ 9 _________________________________ 10 _________________________________ clothes or parts of clothes. T R O U S E R S D L F R H E L T 1 belt 2 s _________________________________ 3 s _________________________________ 4 s _________________________________ 5 t _________________________________ 6 t _________________________________ 7 t _________________________________ 3.
1 megryan 2 ziblar 3 comocor 4 nipas 5 nibiart 6 daurcoe 7 xicome 8 putlargo 9 aliasurat 10 recnaf Germany _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ _______________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 1 Europe: Germany.. 1 After February: March 2 Before June: May 3 After October: __________ 4 Between July and September: __________ 5 Before February: __________ 6 After August: __________ 7 Between March and May: __________ 8 Before July: __________ 9 After November: __________ 10 Between January and March: __________ 11 Before August: __________ 12 After September: __________ R R G J F S T R P H J A C I X N I M M Q I C C R C T I D A F E C O C A C A A N T A R C T I 1 Asia 2 _________________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________ 6 _________________________________ 7 _________________________________ 2. S. Write the name of the month. __________________ 2 __________________________________ 3 __________________________________ 4 __________________________________ 5 __________________________________ E R U O F U R A I A U O C E N I C G P T A A O P T O M C A S I A H M M H P P E A N A A M U E I I C A T I I W T H K M M A R S C N E G U E O F E A S R T U E R C DAYS AND MONTHS 1.COUNTRIES AND CONTINENTS 1. Fill in the letters to make the days of the week. 1 S_______ 2 ___N___A_ 3 _R_D__ 4 _O___Y 5 _U_____ 6 __U_____ 7 S_____ 2. Rearrange the letters to make the name of a country. Find the names of the continents. 2006 . S O U H T A E I F O S I I A S I M E M N 3.A. Group the countries from exercise 2 into continents.
1 I always have lunch. 2 __________________________________ 3 __________________________________ 4 __________________________________ 5 __________________________________ 6 __________________________________ 7 __________________________________ 8 __________________________________ 9 __________________________________ 10 __________________________________ 1 have lunch 2 listen to music 3 meet your friends after school 4 go to the cinema 5 clean your teeth 6 do sport 7 watch TV 8 have a shower 9 read a book 10 get up late f _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. S.EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES AND ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY 1. 2006 . Order the letters to form adverbs of frequency..A. 2. Match the phrases below to the pictures. How often do you do the things in exercise 1? Write a sentence. 1 notef 2 ervne 3 lwsyaa 4 toimesems 5 alusuly often ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ 3.
_________ 4 A drink with no colour. G R A N D D A U G H T E R R H W J A J N T I H X L H E I Y U F V L S W W G K C M B N O N E P L E F H Y T I A R R R A O I O O D P E O I E P W Q W N H K F U F U U T A Z H U S R O E E T B A N D Q L E M I X C V B N A S O C I S T U T N O A U A N F P N S N H H T T G T 1 aunt 2 g _ _ _d _ _ _ _ h _ _ r 3 g__n___n 5 n____w 6 n___e 7 u___e 8 w_f_ H I E H D E E D 4 h_s___d M R E R F R N T FOOD A O R E 1. _________ 6 It’s white and sweet. Find seven more family members in the word search and complete the words. _________ 7 A drink that comes from cows. _________ 10 An orange vegetable.. sandwich orange tomato water cake ice-cream milk orange 2 It’s cold and sweet. _________ 3 Something made with two pieces of bread. Look up the meaning in a dictionary.A.FAMILY 1. E E R R 1 mother 2 _________________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________ 6 _________________________________ 7 _________________________________ 8 _________________________________ 9 _________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. _________ sugar carrot hamburger H H 1 A fruit with the same name as its colour. Take a letter from each box to write the names of nine family members. _______ 8 You put candles on it on your birthday. Choose a word from the box for each T T R description. 2006 . _________ 9 A red fruit. S. M F B S S D G G C 2. _________ 5 An American food.
S.HELPING AT HOME 1. 2. 2006 .A.) 1 make breakfast 2 __________ the car 3 __________ my room 4 __________ the floor 5 __________ the washing-up 6 __________ a shirt 7 __________ the table 8 __________ the dinner 9 __________ the rubbish 10 __________ my bed 11 __________ the dog 1 hoover the house 2 __________________________________ 3 __________________________________ 4 __________________________________ 5 __________________________________ 6 __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 1 kema 2 vorohe 3 nior 4 yitd 5 kate tuo 6 od 7 shaw 8 lya 9 deef make ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ ________________ 3.. Now use the verbs from exercise 1 to complete the household chores. Write the names of the household chores under each picture. Rearrange the letters to form verbs for household chores. (Use some verbs more than once.
RIVERS AND DESERTS 1. 1 the M i s s i s s i p p i 2 the K _ l _ h _ r _ 3 the _ l p s 4 the S _ h _ r _ 5 the H _ m _ l _ y _ s 6 the R _ c k _ _ s 7 the N _ l _ 8 the _ m _ z _ n 9 the G _ b _ 10 the _ n d _ s 2.MOUNTAINS. Fill in the vowels (a. i. _____________ 5. S. 1 river__________________ 2 mountain ______________ 3 desert_________________ 3. 2006 . Then write the word below the correct picture. video 2.A. _____________ 6. _____________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 1 Africa 2 Europe 3 North America 4 Asia 5 South America _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ OBJECTS 1. Use the place names from exercise 1 to give two examples for each word. bo azine _______________ pen ta CD vi ra pos mag com bi ru mo bile ke ok ter deo puter cil ler ble dio player _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ video _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ _______________ 1. _____________ 4. e. Match the places from exercise 1 with the continents.. o. Join the two parts of the words. _____________ 3. u) to complete the words.
PLACES IN TOWN 1. Match the first part of each word with the 7. _____________ 8. _____________ second and the third. 1 di em 2 sp 3 sup 4 ba 5 car 6 ch 9. _____________ 10. ____________ 7 post 8 ca n pa f sc off ermar orts ket ice o k é centre ist’s rk
1 disco 2 __________________________________ 3 __________________________________ 11. ____________ 12. ____________ 4 __________________________________ 5 __________________________________ 6 __________________________________ 7 __________________________________ ORDINAL NUMBERS WITH DATES 1. Write the following dates. 1 1/7 the first of July 2 3/6 __________________ 3 4/2 __________________ 4 9/10 _________________ 5 5/3 __________________ 6 2/5 __________________ 3 You keep your money here. 4 You pay by the hour here. 5 You do different sports here. 6 You go dancing here. 2 You can do all your food shopping here. 8 __________________________________ 2. Match the sentences with the places in exercise 1. 1 You buy medicine here.
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7 You have something to eat here. 8 You can buy stamps here.
2. Which school subjects are these sentences about? Choose from the box. geography art science history 1 Paint a picture. art 2 5 × 8 = 40 ________________________ French maths English music
SCHOOL SUBJECTS 1. Find ten more school subjects in the word puzzle and write them below.
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3 “Bonjour!” _______________________ 4 Rome is the capital of Italy. __________ 5 Water = H2O ______________________ 6 1492: Columbus discovers America. _________________________________ 7 Play the piano. ____________________ 8 The negative of ‘do’ is ‘don’t’. ________
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1 physics 2 _________________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________ 6 _________________________________ 7 _________________________________ 8 _________________________________ 9 _________________________________ 10 _________________________________ 11 _________________________________
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TIME 1. Complete the sentences by making words from the letters in brackets. 1 He gets up (segt pu) at 7.30. 2 She has a __________ (wesohr) at 7.45. 3 They have ____________ (ksftarbea) at 8.10. 4 She has ____________ (clhnu) at 1.20. 5 I go ____________ (meho) at 4.55. 6 They ___________ (layp) tennis at 5.40. 7 We ____________ (cathw) TV at 6.15. 8 He goes to __________ (dbe) at 10.50. 2. Write the times from exercise 1. 1 7.30 = half past seven 2 _________________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________ 6 _________________________________ 7 _________________________________ 8 _________________________________ 3. Write sentences about yourself and the activities in exercise 1. Include the time you do each thing. 1 I get up at a quarter past seven. 2 _________________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________ 6 _________________________________ 7 _________________________________ 8 _________________________________
TRANSPORT 1. Find eleven more forms of transport in the word search.
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WAYS OF TRAVELLING 1. Match the nouns with the way of travelling. 1 boat 2 plane 3 bicycle 4 underground 5 car a ride b cycle c sail d drive e fly
2. Complete with the correct preposition. 1 I travelled to Hong Kong ____ plane. 2 Clive went to the post box ____ foot. 3 Sharon goes to school ____ bus. 4 Tricia went to the Greek Islands ____ boat.
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A. Text 1 1 Where is Mayra’s mother from? She’s from Brazil. I speak Spanish very well and sometimes I pretend I am from Spain! 1 ______________________________________ My name’s Mayra and I’m Brazilian. My complete name is Jacques Garcia. 3. My brother lives in Madrid. S. a A European Boy c A Spanish Boy b A French Girl d An International Girl 2 ______________________________________ I’m Jacques and I’m French. When people ask “Where are you from?” I sometimes say “I’m from Brazil. Read the two texts and choose a title for each from these four. Now decide which maps go with which text. 2.” sometimes “I’m from Italy” and sometimes “I don’t know!” The problem is that I live in Brazil for most of the year but in the summer I’m in Italy with my uncle. and my sister in Barcelona but they are both French.. aunt and cousins. like me.READING AND WRITING TRULY INTERNATIONAL! 1. I’m not sure. but my grandfather is Spanish. 2006 . Read the texts again and answer the questions. They’re from Rome. It’s because my mother is Brazilian and my father is Italian. 1 2 Where is Mayra’s father from? 3 Is Mayra’s uncle Brazilian? 4 Who is from Rome? 3 2 Text 2 5 What is Jacques’ complete name? 4 6 Are his brother and sister Spanish? 1 Map 1 text 2 2 Map 2 ________________ 3 Map 3 ________________ 4 Map 4 ________________ 8 Is Jacques in Spain for the holidays? 7 Who is Spanish in Jacques’ family? Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. or maybe Italian. I’m from Paris but I’m in Spain for the holidays.
> Write 4. grandparents? Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. uncles. Write about yourself.. Think about these things: • Where are you during the year and in the holidays? • What languages do you speak? • Where is your family – aunts. Imagine your father is from one country and your mother from another. 2006 . S. Invent a new identity.A. cousins.
Read the article and decide which picture is best.cars? boats? big house? etc.’ Abbie continues: ‘When I go shopping. but this is not always true. __________ 8 She doesn’t want to be a pop star all the time. 2006 > Write 3. Think about these things: • Who are you? – pop star? actor/actress? athlete? etc. __________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. __________ 5 She’s got a lot of experience. __________ 7 She hasn’t got any problems. ‘Abbie is only nineteen and she hasn’t got much experience. she’s got a big house at the beach and she’s famous. 1 Abbie’s got two cars. Ben.THE PRICE OF FAME 1.A. S. • What things have you got? . __________ 4 Abbie is a teenager.’ 2. She’s got money. She’s fortunate because she does a job that she really likes. but sometimes I just want to be a normal person. is her manager.. but the problem she’s got is that she doesn’t want to be famous. doing normal things. • What are the good and bad points about your life? . you are happy.’ Her brother. Write about your life. __________ 6 She likes being famous. Everybody likes her songs. But is she happy? This is what Abbie says: ‘Many people think that if you’ve got everything you want. reporters ask me about the things I buy. Abbie Hook is a young and successful pop star. Read the article again and decide if these sentences are true or false. Imagine you are a rich and famous person. __________ 3 Ben is Abbie’s brother. When I’m in the street I’m never alone. False 2 Her house is in the mountains. People expect me to be a pop star 24 hours a day. she’s got a fast car. I know I’m very lucky.
’ she says. Laura. for children from 11 to 18. Read the text and find … a four school subjects art. but the local kids love it. like art or music. Read the article again and answer these questions. ‘I think it’s a terrible idea. 1 Where is the project? In Newcastle.. doesn’t start until eleven o’clock. _______________________ Parents are not very happy about a revolutionary project in Newcastle in the north of England. This is the idea: secondary school. which means the children don’t get up at a normal time like half past seven. ______________________ c five times of day 11. 2. doesn’t agree. Write about 60 words. Darrel. Then the children have subjects like maths or French before they have lunch at twenty to three. so I can watch all the late films on television!’ His mother.A. 2 What do the children think about it? 3 What happens at ten o’clock? 4 What is the first class if it isn’t art? 5 What time do they have lunch? 6 How old is Darrel? 7 What does Darrel do before he goes to bed? 8 Does his mother like the plan? > Write 3.00. They get up at ten o’clock! The first class of the day is always a subject in which you don’t write much. who is 13. 2006 . S. School starts at … __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. says: ‘I think the idea is great! I don’t go to bed until two o’clock in the morning. What is your ideal school day? Include at least five school subjects and choose the times. because most people don’t like writing when they first get to school. _________________________ b four verbs for daily routines get up. I get up at half past nine and I watch TV for half an hour.AN IDEAL SCHOOL DAY 1.
I never get tired of it.A. who Tom works with • what animals he sees. 1 What country does Tom live in? He lives in Kenya. so we do too. what they do. I start work very early. 2006 . Read the text again and answer the questions. Interviewer: Do you have a problem with getting up so early? Tom: No. Why don’t you start later? Tom: Because our main job is to look after the animals. how he looks after them • what the animals eat. Interviewer: That is early.. 2 Where does Tom work? 3 What time does Tom start work? 4 What is the main part of Tom’s job? animals? > Write 3. At half past five in the morning. Think about some of these things: • what hours Tom works. Continue the interview with Tom and write more questions and answers.AN UNUSUAL JOB 1. It’s a beautiful sight. S. where they sleep __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Imagine you are the writer of the article. and many of them get up when the sun comes up. Interviewer: Tom. It’s great to see all the animals coming to drink at the lake. not at all. Tom tells us about what he does at the start of his working day. I’m very happy every day when I see them all. what time do you start work? Tom: Well. 2. Read the text and decide if Tom: a likes his job b c d loves his job hates his job doesn’t like his job 5 When do many of the animals get up? 6 Does Tom have a problem with getting up early? 7 What do the animals do at the lake? 8 What does Tom feel when he sees the Tom N’Boto works in one of the many national parks in Kenya.
I’m a ____________ 3 I’m wearing normal clothes. I’m wearing thick gloves and a crash helmet too.UNIFORMS 1. I’m a ______________ 2. but I’m also wearing a white apron to protect my clothes from the food. but some of my colleagues do. a white blouse and a green sweater with the school badge on it. False 2 He wears his gloves in hot weather. __________ 8 He’s not carrying a gun. __________ Text 4 7 All his clothes. __________ 4 She wants to wear informal clothes. 2 I’m wearing a grey skirt. I’m also wearing a dark blue jacket and a black hat with a badge on it and black shoes. I’m a motorcycle rider. Text 1 1 He always wears his leather jacket. I’m also wearing a tall white hat. I’m not carrying a gun. Read the texts again and decide if these sentences are true or false. It helps when we meet a dangerous criminal.A. When it’s hot I don’t wear the leather trousers or jacket. but I always wear the helmet and the gloves. 1 __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ 2 __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Think of two people in the class or in your family.. __________ > Write 3. 2006 . __________. I’m a ______________ 4 I’m wearing dark blue trousers and a white shirt with a black tie. pupil nurse motorcycle rider footballer chef doctor policeman Text 2 3 Her skirt and blouse are the same colour. 6 He’s wearing the apron because he’s cold. S. __________ 1 I’m wearing leather trousers and a leather jacket and big boots. __________ Text 3 5 His normal clothes are white. I don’t like wearing a uniform. I want to wear jeans and a T-shirt. Describe exactly what they are wearing today. are the same colour. except his shirt. Read the texts below and match each one with a person from the box.
Write about a park you know (or invent one). 1 Where can you play football? In the sports area. 2 Can you play football in other areas? 3 What must you do when you finish your picnic? 4 What must you do when you go canoeing? 5 What’s the weather like when there are lots of people in the park? a picnic b _____________ c _____________ d _____________ 6 What sport can you play when it’s raining? 7 Why can you play it? I often go to the park with my friends to play sports or have a picnic. 2006 8 Why is the boy lucky? . but you must put the rubbish in the bin when you finish. Now read the text again and answer these questions. I like our park very much and I’m lucky because I live very near it.A. There is a lake where you can go canoeing. which are inside. but you must be careful. When the weather is sunny and warm we spend all day in the park at the weekends and there are lots of people doing different things.. S. but sometimes I watch my friends play. You can take your food into the picnic area. Read the text and write the names of the four activities you can do in the areas on the map. Think about these things: • what you do there • what you must and mustn’t do • the different things you can do.OUR PARK 1. It’s a good park and you can do lots of things. 2. except to the tennis courts. you can play football in the sports area. but you mustn’t play in the other areas. I don’t go often because I can’t play tennis. For example. depending on the weather __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. > Write 3. There are areas for different activities. but when it’s cold or raining nobody goes.
2006 . They’re going to enter the stadium and find their seats and when it starts they’re going to sing and shout. Read the texts again. __________ Text 3 5 They’re going to wear special clothes.A.WHICH ACTIVITY? 1. ________ Text 2 3 She’s going to write down the things she wants. school cinema 1 beach shopping football match disco 2. False 2 They’re going to eat popcorn. They’re going to watch a ______________ (school) I’m going to get up early and I’m going to put on my uniform … __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Are these sentences true or false? Text 1 1 He’s going to look in a magazine. I’m going to buy some popcorn and then we’re going to go in. We’re going to go to the ______________ 2 She’s going to make a list of the things that she wants and she’s going to take a bag to put all the things in. She’s going to go ______________ 3 They’re going to wear a special shirt and a scarf and when they arrive they’re going to see lots of people with the same shirt. Write your plans. disco). We’re going to give the tickets to the man at the door and he’s going to show us to our seats. __________ 6 They’re going to stand up to watch. Then I’m going to go and buy the tickets for me and my friend. __________ 4 She’s going to drive into the town. school. S. Think about these things: • what you’re going to wear • • • what you’re going to take how you’re going to go what you’re going to do when you’re there I’m going to look in the newspaper and decide what I want to see. __________ > Write 3. Read the plans and choose a place from the box. She’s going to take a bus into the centre of the town and when she finds the things that she wants she’s going to pay for them. Imagine that tomorrow you are planning to do one of the other things in exercise 1 (beach..
Write about a famous actor or actress that you like. 2. Read the article again and answer these questions. 1 Nigel was a good singer and a good actor. When he was sixteen. but his aunt and uncle lived in London. a theatre school in London accepted him and he moved to the big city.I WANT TO BE FAMOUS! 1. Nigel Hack always wanted to be famous. He wanted to be on TV too and he asked his parents lots of questions about how to be a singer or an actor. 1 How old was Nigel when he watched the big stars on TV? About six. He was born in Málaga in 1958 and … __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 3 Nigel was a bad singer and a good actor. After two years of studying acting and dramatic arts he decided that he was also a very bad actor and that he didn’t want to be famous. Read the article and decide which sentence best describes Nigel. 2006 . His family was from the north of England.. He studied hard at school and passed all his exams. so he stayed with them. Think about these things: • where and when he/she was born • famous TV programmes or films that he/she has appeared in when he/she appeared in them why you like him/her One of my favourite actors is Antonio Banderas. Now he works in a travel agent’s and he’s very happy. When he was twelve he decided that he was a very bad singer and that acting was his future. When he was about six he watched all the big stars on TV. 4 Nigel was a bad singer and a bad actor. near Manchester. S. 2 Nigel was a good singer and a bad actor.A. 2 Who did he ask questions? • 3 What did he decide when he was twelve? 4 Did he study hard at school? 5 What did he do when he was sixteen? 6 Who did he stay with in London? 7 How long did he study acting? 8 What does he do now? • > Write 3.
He collected his winnings and left town by bus. He had a small radio and he listened to it for more than three hours.THE BEST TITLE 1. I opened an old box and inside there was some money … __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación.. __________ 3 He had dinner in a restaurant. __________ 7 The hotel manager didn’t know how he won. He ate in the restaurant and then he slept in the local hotel that night. a The Man from the South b The Lucky Stranger c The Man Who Said Nothing The man came to the small town from the south. When he was at the hotel he stayed in room 38161. He drank a coffee in the café and then he went to the park and he waited. __________ 8 His room number helped him win.A. __________ 4 He bought some lottery tickets. Read the story again and decide if these sentences are true or false. Nobody saw him again but the hotel manager knew the answer to the man’s fortune. S. __________ 6 He heard about his lottery win in the park. Then the lottery results came on. Write a short story about some good or bad luck you had. False 2 People didn’t say anything to him. 1 The man had friends in the town. __________ 5 He drank water at the café.) Think about these things: • When did it happen? • • • • Where were you? Who were you with? What happened exactly? Why were you lucky or unlucky? When I was nine years old I had a lucky experience. Many people heard him when he shouted ‘Yes!’ He got up from the park bench and went to the lottery office again. Nobody knew his name and nobody said anything to him. He only took a few seconds to choose the number – 38161. (You can invent it. 2. Read the story and decide which is the best title. In the morning he went into the lottery office and bought one single lottery ticket. 2006 . __________ > Write 3.
There are no more customers. 2006 . and it needs a lot of electricity.000. Leaping Larry. He has a girlfriend. they are able to keep the castle and live on the island. Jock. Mr Moneybags. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Mr Moneybags finds Leaping Larry.A. Roxanne. she falls into the water. He is a rock star. She is a painter. It is cold. Duncan is unhappy. Background and themes Where people live: Places where there are jobs are often not beautiful and quiet. Jean has an idea. In this way they earn money. He owes them £5. He doesn’t have that much money. The extra words used are: bath company fish island married rabbit scream call dog helicopter jump mouse rock star sell castle electric(ity) honey leap paint sale Communicative activities The following teacher-led activities cover the same sections of text as the exercises at the back of the Reader. swims and goes fishing in his boat. dark and boring. They come and look at the castle. to find a buyer. Tourists can come and stay at the castle. Lifestyles: Duncan lives simply. used in each Penguin Readers Level 1 title. S. in addition to the 300 headwords. after all. Money: It is often said that money cannot make one happy. He asks a man in London. If he loses his home. he will be very unhappy. Roxanne and Mr Moneybags live very differently. who lives alone in a big castle on a small island in Scotland with his dog. government and traditions. They don’t want to buy the castle. It is very popular with tourists. Scotland: The country has its own money. Roxanne doesn’t like the castle.. When they go in Duncan’s boat. There is usually little work in beautiful places. Duncan needs money to pay for his electricity. It is about a young Scotsman called Duncan McTavish. He takes walks. Extra words There are twenty extra words. One day.PENGUIN READERS FACTSHEET ISLAND FOR SALE BY ANNE COLLINS Teacher’s Notes Summary Island for Sale is a story with a happy ending. He likes living there. Mr Moneybags doesn’t want to sell it anymore. They fall in love and get married. he receives a letter from the electricity company. He has to sell the castle. Then he meets Jean. His castle is very cold and dark.
They are very rude. Scot (e. Duncan meets Jean. They decide on the characters.g. Afterwards they can vote for the best poster. a Describe the picture. do you think? Describe this person. S. They make a poster with a picture. Scottish (adjective. (Three actors. Students can then write the information up as complete sentences. (Three actors. including Jock. c What kind of person would like to live there. (Many actors. It gives him an idea. He’s Scottish. 2 Students work in pairs. money from tourists and have a family. a It is cold in the castle. 2 Students prepare a play using part of the story (see scenes a–d below). Duncan is pleased someone is coming to look at his castle. tartan (adjective.). He’s a Scot). the checked pattern that the kilts have in the pictures. 3 Students work in pairs. He rings Mr Moneybags. What happens next? (Five actors. They talk on the phone. He takes them round the castle (‘Here is the bathroom. What can he do? He looks at a newspaper. Ask them to answer this question: What clothes do Scottish people sometimes wear? Ask students to look through the pictures in order to find the answer.. which they draw or take from a magazine. They must imagine that they are working either for a company which a) buys and sells houses or b) sells holidays. Jock and Bolo jump out when they see a rabbit. Larry and Roxanne are in the boat. Here is the bedroom’. Ask them to say what they know about Scotland. They work on one scene each and then take turns to act it out. Ask students to look at the book cover picture. They make > Activities after reading the book 1 Students work in groups. Use the pictures to teach these words: kilt (the ‘skirt’ that Scottish men wear). the script and how they are going to act out the scene. but he is sad that he is going to sell it. Ask them to do the following activities. After a few weeks. b Would you like to live on this island? Say why/why not.) b Duncan goes to the helicopter. Scottish island).A. Duncan talks to his dog.) d Final scene. He meets Larry and Roxanne. and add some words. Write all the information in note form on the board. 2006 . etc). e. Then Mr Moneybags rings back.) Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación.g. they can take turns acting out their scenes to one another and then put the whole play together.) c Duncan. He is talking very proudly and happily.> Activities before reading the book 1 Students work in pairs. They become friends and get married.
Which activity does he not do? Walk. 2006 .. 3. f Leaping Larry calls his girlfriend. doctor. d Mr Moneybags lives in London. Find three animals. e Jock _________ swim. 5.A. > Activities while reading the book 1. chairs. fish. S. a Duncan _________ £5. teacher. Talk to other students. ii is a Scot. The answers are in the pictures. Who falls into the water? i Page 14. What does Jock find under the bed? g Page 10. e Who is not in the story? Postman. g Bobo likes a hot bath. How do you know that the castle is warm now? 2. Count the number of heads. e Mr Moneybags finds someone to look at the house quickly. parrot. dentist. iii is a Scottish dog. Choose the odd one out from each sentence.000. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Match to make meaningful sentences. b Duncan is an old man. teacher. Put the word can or wants into the sentences. deer. b Duncan is happy on his island. rabbit.Student’s Activities > Activities before reading the book • Look at the front cover of the book. What is the man’s name? d Page 4. What is the name of the dog in the lady’s arms? e Page 5. 4. c He needs a lot of electricity for his castle. TV. c Page 3. iv has a girlfriend from California. c Who is not a visitor to the island? Painter. dog. What do you think Jean is saying? j Page 15. rooms. A a Duncan b Jock c Mr Moneybags d Leaping Larry B i lives in London. painter. paint. tables. What does Roxanne hit Larry with? h Page 11. ‘Honey’. True or false? a Duncan lives in a very old castle in Ireland. rock star. swim. b He _________ do only one thing: sell the castle. What is Jock looking at? f Page 6. What are they? b Page 2. Answer the questions. rock star. c ‘Who _________ to buy my castle?’ d Duncan ______ to go fishing every day. a Page 1. d What is not in the castle? Pictures. What do you see? Where is this picture? Read the title and suggest what the story is about. a Which animal is not in the story? Mouse.
Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación.. 2. S. You are a visitor to the island. c They have a dog with long hair. You ring a friend at home and tell her how bad it is on the island. Use a cassette recorder. m They wear sunglasses all the time. a They have yellow hair. k They have a white dog. e Sometimes they wear sunglasses. Write the story of what happens when Bobo arrives. 3. You are so unhappy. You like painting. g They don’t like the castle. Find five sentences each to make descriptions of Roxanne. 2006 . n They are famous. You like Duncan very much. d They like the country. You are Roxanne. But you would like a dog friend. You are staying in the castle. > Activities after reading the book 1. He takes you out for walks and you can swim and catch mice all day. You are Jock. j They like walking. Duncan and Larry. f They live in California. You live in California. o They fall down because it is dark in the castle.6. i They want to buy the castle. swimming and fishing. b They don’t wear trousers. h They have orange hair. Write a postcard to a friend about your holiday.A. l They have black hair.
the coin shop owner comes to find them there. but they are expensive and the female shop assistant is unfriendly. which the students can try and work out by looking at the picture on page 2. then says which it is. He thinks Pete and Carla have stolen them. A and B. with the students. who Background and themes b Mystery: The story has a mystery. While they are walking around looking at the shops and buildings they hear music in a quiet street. a) or b). Tourists: Crime is often found in big cities. Carla feels that there is something wrong about the shop when they go in. To their surprise.A. B must find out which picture it is by asking Group A questions. S. She realises how the coins were stolen: The girl in the shop is friends with the flute player.THE MISSING COINS BY JOHN SCOTT Teacher’s Notes Summary The Missing Coins is a mystery story. A policeman proves that they have not taken them. 2006 . He is standing next to the window of a shop which sells coins and stamps. 2 Do one of the following activities. Then B chooses another picture and describes it to A. They go into the shop and have a look. Pete and Carla are students visiting the city of Bath in England. B decides which page it is. Pete wants some stamps. Communicative activities The following teacher-led activities cover the same sections of text as the exercises at the back of the Reader. Divide the class into two groups. Carla explains this to the policeman. in groups. Feelings: Before the mystery starts. Group A choose a picture. The shop owner is so pleased with Carla and Pete that he gives Pete the stamps that he wants. Pete and Carla then go to a café for a drink. Group A chooses a picture but doesn’t tell B which it is.. A man plays a flute. She drops the coins into the flute player’s hat through the open window. Later. to think of a city they know and tell the class about what is good to see there. He says that some of his coins are missing. Examples of questions are: Is Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. They describe it. where tourists and other visitors stay for a short time. Carla hears the music again. A and B. a Divide the class into two groups. > Activities before reading the book 1 a What do students like to do when they visit a city for the first time? b Which are the students’ favourite cities? Why? c Ask students.
The extra words used in this title are: abbey collect minute outside shopkeeper steal tune city flute missing pocket speak surprised valuable coin last next pretty stamp tourist Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. S.A. 2006 .. Extra words There are twenty extra words. in addition to the 300 headwords used in each Penguin Readers Level 1 title.there a car in the picture? How many people are in the picture? > Activities after reading the book 1 Students should choose to be either the policeman or the man with the flute and tell the story from their point of view.
A a valuable b pretty c last d minutes e surprised f collect g missing h tourist i tune j steal k outside l next m city B I II III IV V VI > Activities while reading the book 1. Write down the page number(s) where you see them.. Find these things in the pictures. the coins or the stamps? Pages 5-9 g How old are the coins in the shop? h Why does the shopkeeper leave Pete and Carla alone? i Pete likes some stamps.Student’s Activities > Activities before reading the book 1.A. Answer the following questions. Where are they from? j Do Pete and Carla sit outside or inside the café? k Why does the shopkeeper come to find Pete and Carla? l Who says “What’s wrong?” m A student is working in the shop. it makes you feel this way a large town VII VIII IX X XI XII XIII Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. What is the name of the student? Pages 10-15 n Where does the shopkeeper look for the coins? a visitor who is on holiday a song or piece of music there are sixty in an hour the opposite of first good to look at not in the place where you think it will be costs a lot of money immediately after to take something from a shop and not pay for it not inside get things and bring them together when something happens that is different. Match the words in list A with the meanings in list B. abbey coin flute shopkeeper hat pocket 2. S. 2006 . Pages 1-4 a What is the name of the city in England in the story? b Who wears a green sweatshirt? c What is the first question Carla asks? d Where do they go after they see the man and his flute? e What does the shop sell? f Which does Pete like in the shop.
e. S. plays his flute next to the shop stands next to the shop. 3. But you want to sell them and make some money. e. Which stamps does Peter want? Or Who wants the stamps from South America? a Peter and Carla go into the shop. (when) 4. puts the valuable coins in her pocket. Your stamps are valuable.g. She/he has no money. What do you say to each other? Use pages 4-5 to help you. 3. When people touch them. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. e The policeman looks for the coins in her pockets/shoe. 5. d It is raining inside/outside. 2. They sometimes steal them.. they make them dirty. Pete and the policeman look for? r Where are the missing coins? s How does the shopkeeper thank Pete? 1. ‘Students stole coins. Choose the correct word. (who or where) b The missing coins are in the hat. b Bath is an old stamp/city. I She II She III She IV He opens the window. (where) c The shopkeeper is angry.’ drops the coins into the hat. V He > Activities after reading the book In pairs. Write a letter to one of your friends telling them about the city of Bath. but he/she wants to look at the stamps. Write five headlines for the newspaper. One of you is a shopkeeper. Your partner is a student. Shopkeeper says. Peter wants the stamps from South America. 2006 . Put the sentences in the right order to describe how the stolen coins get out of the shop. c The missing coins are in his pocket/ flute.g. window. because they are pretty. Choose Which? Who? Where? When? Why? for these answers and make questions. imagine you are in a shop. where does the policeman think the coins are? p Why does the music tell Carla what happened? q Who do Carla.A. (who) d A police car came after some time. a Old coins are very valuable/surprised.o At first.
He learns the story of the magic crown and he is very interested. We don’t know exactly how Paxton is killed. He meets two men at his hotel and he asks them for help. S. the three men hide the crown in the ground again. history and language from an early age. He finds it and takes it. We should learn when to accept things that we don’t really understand. This makes the story mysterious and exciting. 2006 . He loved old books. Maybe the shadow is William Agers. They see two people’s footprints in the sand – Paxton’s footprints and some strange. Communicative activities The following teacher-led activities cover the same sections of text as the exercises at the back of the Reader.’ About M.THE CROWN BY M. One night he looks for the crown on a hill near the sea.. They follow the footprints along the beach. He is lying on the sand and he is dead. He wants to take the crown and put it back in the ground. James M. The ghost of William Agers protected the crown – and it protects the crown today too.. His ghost and horror stories are famous because they are clever and frightening. We don’t know Paxton’s full name.. The friends are afraid. R. It is very important. Later. The crown protects England – and William Agers protects the crown. His great knowledge of history gives his stories a lot of detail – and the places and characters seem very real. We never learn the name of the story’s narrator. long footprints as well. James died in 1936. At last they find Paxton. JAMES Teacher’s Notes Summary The Crown is a classic English ghost story. There is a magic crown under the ground in this town. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. It is April in Seaburgh – a small English seaside town. The next day Paxton’s new friends follow him to the beach. he studied and taught these things at Cambridge University. Secrecy and mystery: There is a lot of incomplete information in the story. R. But he needs help. Together. R. The story ends with a strong warning: ‘Don’t go to the small town of Seaburgh. Background and themes Ghosts and magic: Not everything around us can be easily explained or controlled. But Paxton knows that William Agers is dead! Now Paxton is afraid.A. Respect and trust: Paxton asks two strangers to trust and respect him – but he is not willing to respect the wishes of the people of Seaburgh. He sees a shadow behind him and runs quickly back to the hotel. R. James was born in 1862 in a small town in Kent in the south of England. M. Paxton is on holiday in Seaburgh.
Some pairs read their dialogue to the rest of the class. The extra words used in this title are: afraid church far ground last put spade beach crown footprints help magic shadow wind believe danger gravestone hill protect shout Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. and why is it important for England?’).Chapter 1 > Activities before reading the book • Students read the Introduction on page iii. Encourage students to imagine the story.A. used in each Penguin Readers Level 1 title. What is he doing? Where is he? What time of day is it? How does he feel? 2 In pairs. (‘Where does the shadow come from? What does it want from Paxton? What is the crown. when students have read the book. Later. students look at the pictures of Paxton on pages 13 and 15. 2006 . in addition to the 300 headwords. Ask them to think about Paxton’s story. S.. > Activities after reading the book • Have a classroom discussion: Does the story make you afraid? Why/why not? Do you believe in ghosts? How do you feel about the ending of the story? Extra words There are twenty extra words. Do they believe it? Why/why not? Chapters 2 and 3 > Activities before reading the book 1 In pairs. > Activities after reading the book • Students work in pairs. they can look back at these answers and compare their expectations with the real story. Who are the people in the picture? What are they saying? Students write the dialogue of the two (standing) men. They write a few sentences to answer the questions in paragraph 3. students look at the picture on page 25.
but then she stopped. S. A young man came in.’ he said.’ c ‘He went to the beach. Henry Long. Write the correct part of the verb to be in the sentences below. Correct them. and he started his story. 2006 . b The Agers’s book was open at William Agers’s name.’ he said.A. Do not look at the book. there _______ a noise at the door. Chapter 2 1. Who says these sentences? Who are they speaking to? a ‘Did you sleep well?’ b ‘I want to stay in the hotel this morning. Do not look at the book. 2. Seaburgh _______ a small English town near the sea.’ Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. I had a lot of answers. g Paxton ran back to the hotel. ‘Wait! Go before me and cook in your > Activities while reading the book Chapter 1 1. Answer the questions: a Is Paxton ill? What is wrong with him? b Is Paxton staying in the same hotel as the two friends? c Does Paxton believe the story of the three crowns? d Why isn’t William Agers talking now? e Who has the crown now? room. How old was the crown? Was it light or happy? Paxton put the crown black in the back bag. from 1 to 7. ‘_______ you OK?’ ‘No. How does Paxton take the crown? Put these sentences in the right order. He went to the floor. c Paxton ate some food and went back to his room. ‘What _______ wrong?’ I asked. I _______ afraid. e Paxton noticed a shadow in the trees for the first time. The beach _______ good and long.. It started on a dark. Chapter 3 1. d Paxton took the crown from the ground. He wanted to see you and Mr Long. I _______ in Seaburgh with my friend.Student’s Activities > Activities before reading the book • Look at the front cover of the book. a Paxton took his spade to the hill and looked for the crown. f Paxton put the crown in his bag. but the sea _______ usually very cold. Eight of the words in the paragraph below are not right. dark night in Seaburgh. What do you see? Where is this picture? What is the story about? Talk to other students. We _______ in the hotel one evening and suddenly. ‘But why?’ Long said. Please listen to my story. ‘We’re the only visitors in this hospital!’ 2.’ d ‘Was it a person? Perhaps it was an animal.
But he protected the crown with magic. Tell your story to the policeman and answer his questions. 2006 . 2. When are you afraid? Write a list of five things. Are the sentences right or wrong? a The three men go for a walk in the morning. On Paxton’s last day he writes some letters in the morning. c Mr Long and his friend shout to Paxton from the front of the hotel. Student B: You are Henry Long. b Paxton is at the hotel at three o’clock.’ f ‘Why were you on the beach? What did you see?’ 2. your list. f William Agers is dead. d William Agers’s dead body is on the beach. Work in pairs. 3. Student A: You are a policeman in Seaburgh. It is Paxton. Listen to Henry Long’s story and ask him some more questions. There is a dead man on the beach.e ‘I don’t understand. Do you have the same things on your list? > Activities after reading the book 1. Then tell some other students about Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación.A. choose one person and write Paxton’s letter to this person. S. Now. Who does he write to? Think of three different people. e Paxton’s dead body is on the beach. You find a dead man on the beach..
THE CUP IN THE FOREST BY ANNE COLLINS Teacher’s Notes Summary The Cup in the Forest is a fictional story about two people who are on holiday in the Norwegian countryside. Nothing else is important to her. She is blinded by panic. Per and Nina take it with them and drive to a small hotel.A. back to the forest. When Per is not looking. Per. The road is very dark and there are no people around. She thinks only about the money she can make from the cup. What can they say about the story? Who is the man on the left? What do they think about the cup – how will it be important in the story? 2 Students think about their holidays. she takes the cup and drives away very fast. He has the cup and is walking away. first in the forest and then in the garden of the hotel. Greed can make people blind to doing the right thing. Ghosts and the supernatural: Hakon is a Viking ghost. Do ghosts really exist or are they only things to make stories with? Can we really know for sure that they do or don’t exist? Fear and panic: Nina is terrified when she sees Hakon. What do they enjoy doing? Where do they like to go? Would they enjoy a holiday in the countryside or do they prefer to go to the Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Per sees a strange man. Nina is very afraid. Background and themes Greed and selfishness: Nina thinks only about the money she can make from selling the cup. Because of her fear she is unable to control the car. S. 2006 . but when she is driving through the forest she sees Hakon. so she ignores Per’s fears. finds a beautiful old cup under some rocks. > Activities before reading the book 1 Ask your students to look at the cover of the book. She cannot see the road and her car hits a tree and falls into the river. Per and the curator chase Nina but they are too late – she is dead.. Nina can’t see this man. Per sees Hakon. The next day they take the cup to a local museum. Later. When the curator hears where the cup is from he is very worried and tells Per and Nina to take the cup back immediately. It is a Viking cup belonging to the grave of an old Viking called Hakon. One day they are walking in the forest and the boy. Per sees Hakon again in the hotel café and is very frightened but Nina thinks he is silly. There is strange writing on the cup. How can you manage fear? Is it possible? Communicative activities The following teacher-led activities cover the same sections of text as the exercises at the back of the Reader. She wants to sell it in Oslo.
2 Show students the pictures below and ask the following questions: Page 6: What is Per thinking? How is he feeling? Why? Page 9: What is Nina thinking? Why? Page 11: How is Nina feeling? Why? Page 13: What is Hakon thinking? Why? Page 15: How is Hakon feeling? Why? Extra words The extra words used in this title are highlighted in question 1 at the back of the Reader.g. 2006 call cup forest hole over stone .A. S. The other pairs must say where in the story the sentences come from. ‘It comes from the beginning/middle/the end’. e.sea? > Activities after reading the book 1 Put students in pairs. They must also say what happens before this sentence and what happens next.. One student from each pair reads out the sentence that they have chosen. They are: afraid careful curator ghost leave scream strange belong crazy fast grave museum sell word Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Each pair chooses a sentence from the story.
c Per falls over a big stone. Who is the strange man? Why is Per afraid? Why isn’t Nina afraid? 1. g Per says: ‘These are _____ stones’. Look at the pink letters on the back cover of the book. strange cup stone word e The people in the small hotel I II III IV V in the hotel garden. drive to a small town. I am _______ of Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. where do Per and Nina go? f What does the curator say about the cup? Pages 8–11 1. d In the hole under the stones Per finds an old can. e There are strange pictures on the cup. b ‘Stop. Are the sentences below right or wrong? a Per is Nina’s girlfriend.Student’s Activities > Activities before reading the book f Nina thinks the cup is beautiful and expensive. c Someone is driving the car very _______. e Be _____! f An animal lives in the _____ under the tree.. 2006 . 2. is an old man. belongs fast graves calls a I don’t like big forests. are very friendly. b Per and Nina stop the car and walk in the forest. Write the correct word in the sentences below: curator afraid them. Match the sentence halves: a Nina b Per and Nina c Per sees the strange man d The museum curator > Activities while reading the book Pages 1–3 1. Pages 4–7 1. c We can drink water from a _____. Answer the questions: a Why does Nina say ‘Let’s go now’? b What do Per and Nina find in the small town? c Who can they ask about the cup? d How does Per see the hotel garden? e In the morning. Nina!’Per _______. b Per says: ‘There’s a hole under the _____’.A. can’t see the strange man. 2. S. d There are many trees there. Write the correct word in the sentences below: forest hole careful a DANCE makes the _____ ‘dance’. It is a very big _____.
etc. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Tell them about the cup and Hakon.d My father works in a museum. f Where is Hakon walking at the end of the story? > Activities after reading the book 1.. f Nina is taking the cup to Osterly to sell it. Look at the pictures. b The cup is from Hakon’s grave. 2. Work with a partner. 2. Write a postcard to a friend at home. then you again. e Money isn’t important to Nina. S. He is the _______. She _______ and _______. ghost leaves screams museum a Nina’s car _______ the road. d Nina takes the bag with the cup and drives away. c Per sees the _______ of a dead Viking. Write the correct word in the sentences below. your partner tells the next page. Pages 12–15 1. Tell your partner the story again. Are the sentences below right or wrong? a Hakon is an old Spanish name. d Per runs to the _______ and finds the old curator. You tell one page of the story. Work with a partner. a The curator says there are strange stories about what? b Does Nina see anything when she is driving? c Who is standing in the road? d Nina is afraid. c Nina thinks Per is crazy. You will need to use one word twice. One of you is Per and the other is Nina. She can only see one thing. Answer the questions.A. What is it? e What is in the river? 2. f The cup _______ to Hakon. Tell them how you feel. 2006 . b Nina is very afraid. e There are some Viking _______ in the forest. not the words. Look at the pictures in the book.
Ask them to guess in which country the story takes place. He sees a beautiful girl on the first float.A. It is the biggest carnival in Europe. both for the first time. He finds a camera on a café table. 2006 . It is Maria! Stealing: Jake feels so strongly about the girl that he takes a camera from a tourist. she sees him too. Jake shows him the photo of Maria. and many times! Notting Hill carnival is very famous. from looking at the cover. The policeman takes Jake to the police station. It is his first time in London and he goes to the Notting Hill carnival. 2 Ask students to say what they think the word ‘carnival’ means. Communicative activities The following teacher-led activities cover the same sections of text as the exercises at the back of the Reader. He asks Jake what he has in his pocket. Jobs: Difficulties of taking time off from a working day. 3 Ask them to read the blurb on the back page. He thinks he’s in love with her. S. > Activities before reading the book 1 Ask students to look at the cover. There are right and wrong ways of having a holiday. A policewoman walks in. There is a surprise. Jake finds Maria. But he loses her float and has to run off with the camera. What is the colour of Background and themes London: A good place to visit. Her name is Maria. and takes it to get a photo of her. He follows her and is able to speak to her. Love at first sight: Does this really happen? How can you be sure that the other person feels the same? each letter of the title? What words can you give to colours you see in a carnival? 5 Write a list of places and events in London (or your own capital) that you would like to visit.THE CARNIVAL BY ANNETTE KEEN Teacher’s Notes Summary Jake is eighteen. The owner of the camera and a policeman chase him. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación.. Which person on the cover is Jake? 4 The cover gives an opportunity to revise the vocabulary of colours. takes a photo and says sorry to the owner for taking the camera.
A. The extra words used in this title are highlighted in question 1 at the back of the Reader. early in the story. They are: balloon camera drum map sergeant T-shirt wife band carnival feather point shout tourist bench costume float procession surprised wave Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. S. do you get an idea that something is strange about Maria? Extra words There are twenty extra words. 3 Where.> Activities after reading the book 1 Students work in groups.. used in each Reader. in addition to the 200 headwords. 2 Students work in groups and discuss these questions: What do people do in carnivals? Do you like carnivals? Why/why not? Is there a big carnival in your town/country? Talk about it. What happens after the end of the story? Does Maria get into trouble? Does Jake see her again? Each group should decide and write a short ending of their own. 2006 .
e People are drinking tea in a street café. 2. Which word is different? Example: a) Notting Hill. bench f policeman.A. dancing. Why do you think there is a police station in the final picture? What do you think is happening to Jake? f Whose camera does Jake take? g Who does Jake think of when he is in trouble? 3. b Mel wears a _____ dress. bands.Student’s Activities > Activities before reading the book 1. 2006 4. quickly suddenly please only slowly . procession. d The balloons are _____. T-shirt e float. g The tourists with the camera have a daughter. d Mel understands what is happening to Jake when he looks at Maria. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Choose the word to make the sentence. Manchester Answer: Manchester b costume. sergeant. f Jake stands on a table to take his photo. Jake’s face goes _____. float c listening to music. > Activities while reading the book 1.. doctor 5. The band started. Add one colour word to complete the sentences. e The policeman’s uniform is _____. c It was quiet. b It is a hot afternoon. feathers. Answer the questions. c Jake goes on a bus. a Where does Jake live? b How does he travel to the carnival? c What is the first famous place he sees on the bus? d What do the people in the carnival carry? e Does Maria give Jake her phone number? a Maria! You are late. Euston. f When the policeman finds Jake with the tourist’s camera. b Smile. stealing cameras d drums. Look at the pictures. On which pages can you find these things? Balloons bus camera child’s buggy lorry policeman policewoman 2. True or false? a Jake is with his family in London. Put the word in the right place. S. a The London bus is _____. c Maria wears a _____ and _____ costume.
A. Work in pairs. a What does Jake have in his pocket? b What do you have. b To call someone with your hand. from the book. You are a tourist. either in your pocket or in your bag? 3. 2. How do you feel? What do you say to the policeman? Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. d Something light which covers a bird’s body. Jake takes your camera. One of you is Jake and the other is Maria. Now close the book. Match the word to its meaning. c It guides you round a town. e The procession moves down the road.. S. e They have air in them. f Special clothes. describe Jake and Maria. 6. balloons drum wave costume feather map a It is a musical instrument. What do they look like? What are they wearing? And so on. What do you say to each other? Or. > Activities after reading the book 1. 2006 .d Jake can see Maria. Read page 13 again. You have just met.
5 in. 2 Ø. Negative . 2 Polar bears are always white. at. 5 an.He’s got a radio. 4. 8 in. 2 an. 3 Are there. 10 in. at. 10 a. 9 an. 4 Vicente and Lucía have got bikes. 3 at. 6 in. 5 near. 2 Lucía hasn’t got a CD player. in. 9 There aren’t. 6 Have Alberto and Almudena got CD players? No. 5.He hasn’t got a radio. 8 My sister doesn’t help at home. 6 Alberto and Almudena haven’t got bikes. 2 He’s fourteen. 4. 4 There is not a shop in the village. 5 Tom watches a lot of films. your. our. she hasn’t. 8 Raúl and Vicente haven’t got mobile phones. 6 Lisa and Ann live in London. 3. 4 Have Raúl and Marta got bikes? No. 6 Ø. 3 Marta and Almudena haven’t got CD players. 2 at. 3. 5 a. 7 on. 7 Ø. 5 His eyes are green. 2006 . 5 Has Raúl got a mobile phone? No. 3 Penguins never fly..Have they got a video? Unit 1 1. 6. 3 There are trees in the forest. their. 2 In.A. Question Has she got a computer? Grammar 2 Affirmative . 6 His favourite foods are pasta and chicken. 2.They’ve got a video. 4 We don’t like French. Question . 2 There is money in the bank. 2. 4 a. 7 The dog runs in the park. 5 Are there.She hasn’t got a computer. In. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. at. 8 an. 3 a. 8 a. they haven’t. at. 7 Have Vicente and Lucía got bikes? Yes. 7 There aren’t. 7 on. 6 Are there. he hasn’t. 4 He isn’t tall. on. her. 3 He’s Irish. 2 Has Almudena got a mobile phone? No. 9. 1 Negative . 4 There is. 2 Who is she? 3 Is she English? 4 Where are you from? 5 What are your favourite sports? 6 How are they? 7 What’s her name? 8 Where are they from? 9 How are you? 10 Who’s her favourite actor? 11 What time is dinner? 12 Is he tall? 13 Where are you from? 14 Is he a singer? 15 When is the party? 8. Unit 3 1. 1 at.ANSWER KEY Unit 2 1. 3 on. 8 next to. 9 an. 6. 7 an. 4 a. 5 Vicente hasn’t got a walkman. they haven’t. 2 under. 4 in. 3 Has Marta got a walkman? Yes. 2 There is. they have. 7 Alberto has got a mobile phone. his. 6 on. 6 There is a church next to the park. S. 10 a. 8 There isn’t. 4 in. 2. 3 Affirmative . she has. 6 an. 5. 9 at. 2 They don’t listen to pop music. 3 She eats apples. Students’ own answers. 2 How old is he? 3 What nationality is he? 4 Is he tall? 5 What colour are his eyes? 6 What are his favourite foods? 7. 3 a. 5 There are no people in the shop.
6 some. I do/No. 9 had. 8 decided. 6 No. she isn’t. 5 They are dancing. 2 The woman is sleeping. they don’t. 2 Do snakes live in trees? 3 Does a giraffe eat meat? 4 Where do kangaroos live? 5 Do monkeys climb trees? 6 What does a dolphin eat? 7 Do whales sing? 8 Where does a rabbit sleep? 7 The man is reading. 4 Do. 6 ate. 2 You mustn’t kick the ball. 5 moved. 4 You mustn’t run with the ball. 2 No. 10 preferred. 6 The woman is watching TV. 2 A fish can swim but a cat can’t. 7 You mustn’t run in the corridors. 10 Do. 11 was. 5 Does. 7 A parrot can talk but a hamster can’t. 3 Yes. 6 A camel/It is usually brown. 4. 3 The birds are flying. 5 They can’t drive. 3 were. 8 The girl is eating an ice-cream. Unit 5 1. 6 Do. Unit 4 1. 8 went. 2 A camel/It doesn’t often drink water. Unit 6 1. he is. 3 You must have a boat. 4 A kangaroo can jump but a snake can’t. 6 He can ride a bike. they do. 4 Yes. 6 You mustn’t give food to the animals in the zoo. 4 Cats can’t fly. 2006 . 6 A man can drive but a bear can’t. 3 We can play chess. 4 liked. 3 some. 7 some.A. 9 some. they do. 2 You mustn’t walk on the grass. 2 a. 6 Yes. 2 Does. 7 Yes. 2 There are some fish in the tank. 3. 9 wanted. 7 Does. 3 Do. 8 No. 2. it doesn’t. 7. 6. 5 A camel/It always lives in the desert. 3 A woman can walk but a baby can’t. they don’t. 3 A camel/It never eats sand. 9 The frogs are jumping. 8 There’s some milk in the bottle. 7 Can she speak German? 8 Can you help me? 9 Can she come to the party? 2. 10 Yes. 5. 5 A chef can cook but a child/boy can’t. they don’t. I don’t. 9 Do. 2 lived. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. she isn’t. 2 She can’t cook. 5 some.4 Sharks sometimes attack people. 5 Pandas usually eat bamboo. it doesn’t. they are. it does. 6 changed. 4 The cat is eating.. 5 There’s a car in the car park. 9 There isn’t any milk in the bottle. 3 Yes. 6 There are some cars in the car park. 7 was. 10 made. 7 got. 3. S. 3 There aren’t any fish in the tank. 8 a. 5 You must write with a pen. 8 Do. 4 No. 2. 9 No. 5 No. 7 There aren’t any cars in the car park. 3 You must wash your hands. 4 A camel/It sometimes carries people. 4 a. it isn’t. 2 could. 14 met. 3. 5. 11 saw. 2 No. 3 came. 12 took. 5 No. 5 drank. 4 You mustn’t talk during the exam. 13 flew. 4 did. 4 There isn’t any water in the tank. 2 Is the girl eating a banana? 3 Are the dogs sleeping? 4 Is the boy wearing a T-shirt? 5 Is the woman reading? 6 Is the cat drinking? 7 Are the men wearing hats? 8 Are the birds flying? 4.
4 I’m meeting friends later. there was 5 there were 4 ’re going to get up 5 ’re going to play 6 is going to start 7 ’m going to have 8 ’m going to go 9 ’re going to have 10 ’m going to rest 11 ’m going to do 3. 3 knew. 2 Who is he going to see? 3 Where are they going to live? 4 How is she going to travel? 5 Are you going to play tennis? 6 Is he going to watch the film? 7 Who are you going to visit? Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 2 The cyclist won the race.30. 4 The girl knew the answers. 1 something. 5 The boy left at 4. 2006 . 3. 6 left. 2 What did he want? 3 When/What time did they play? 4 Were they Italian? 5 How did you travel? Unit 8 1. anything 2 anything 3 something 4 anything 5 anything 6 anything 7 something 8 Something 3. 6 There was 4. 2 didn’t live 3 weren’t 4 didn’t like 5 didn’t move 6 didn’t change 7 wasn’t 8 didn’t decide 9 didn’t want 10 didn’t prefer 11 wasn’t 4. there weren’t 4 Was there. 2 ’re going to watch 3 is going to stay Unit 7 1. 4 said. 5 Billy’s having a barbecue on Sunday. 2 Where did he live? 3 Were they happy in Rome? 4 Did they like the city? 5 Where did they move two years later? 6 Why did they move? 7 Was Lisbon good? 8 What did his parents decide? 2.15 spoke. 3 They’re playing football tomorrow. 2 There was 3 Were there. 7 We’re not leaving today. 3 The boys slept on the beach. 6 Andy’s not coming to the party at the weekend.A. 8 Are you going on holiday in the summer? 9 Is he flying to England? 2. 2 We’re watching a film tonight.. 5. 2 won. 5 slept. S.
6 lion. c 4.Vocabulary 7 bedroom. g 9. 7 telephone. living room. living room. 4 monkey. 3 Morocco. 2. Students’ own answers. 2. e 7. 2 chair. 7 coat. 6 wardrobe. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 2 mouse. 5 tracksuit. 5 chair. 2 zip. 9 jumper. T R O U S E R S D L F R H E L T L S E I I G P R S K S B R O S O A I A N T A U H T R A I N E R S I T L A S F S H Adjectives for describing people 1. 3 thin. 6 Ecuador. 7 old. trousers. 4 boots. 8 tall. 3 wolf. kitchen 3 bedroom 4 kitchen 5 kitchen 6 bathroom W T H K M M A R S C N E G U E O F E A S R T U E R C M M Q I R R G J A C I F S T R P H J X N I C C R C T I D A F E C O C A C A A N T A R C T I 2. 3. 2 listen to CDs 3 try on clothes 4 buy food 5 have a haircut 6 eat some pizza 7 get money 8 go shopping 9 meet some friends 10 rent a DVD/video 2. 5 elephant. 8 ugly. 5 room. Europe. 6 shower. S O U H T A E I F O S I I A S I A U O C E N I M E M N U R A I E R U O F C G P T A A O P T O M C A S I I A H M M H P P E A N A A M U E I I C A T I At home 1. 2 kitchen. 7 bear. h 5. Asia.A. 8 table. j 8. 6 toilet. 10 hat. 6 horse. 7 eagle. 8 tracksuit. 3 bed. 3 bedroom. 2 trousers. 5 cap. 8 Portugal. dining room. 5 generous. kitchen 8 dining room Activities in town 1. b 3. Countries and continents 1. 10 funny. North America. 7 dress. f 6. 4 socks. 5 Britain. Animals and animal parts 1. 2. 6 button. 6 boots. 3 trainers. 4 Spain. Students’ own answers. 3 crocodile. 4 cooker. shorts. 2 table. 2 Brazil. 8 garage. 4. 2 tiger. 2 unfriendly. d 2. 4 tiger. 7 attic. 2006 . 3. top. Antarctica. Oceania. 5 snake. trainers. 4 stairs. 4 sad. 6 thin. 3. 6 unfriendly. 10 France. 5 fridge. 9 kind. 4 quiet. 4 lamp. 3 poster. Clothes 1. 3. i 10. 9 kind. skirt. 10 serious. S. 7 Mexico. South America. 8 dolphin.. 3 shoes. 1 sofa. 9 Australia. 7 quiet. 8 jacket. 5 serious. shirt. Africa. 8 penguin. 7 cupboard. 2 beautiful. 1 living room 2 bedroom. 3 beautiful. 2.
1. 4 the ninth of October. 2 Alps. 4 August. 5 book. 1 chemist’s. 11 feed. 8 lay. 2 wash the car 3 make the bed 4 do the ironing/iron a shirt 5 make lunch/dinner 6 do the washing-up/wash the dishes Everyday activities and adverbs of frequency 1. 10 i. cousin. 3 tidy. father. son. 2 c. Andes. 5 usually. 3 sandwich. 4 sometimes. Oceania: Australia. 4 Himalayas. 11 July. 6 disco. 7 h. 4 bank. 11 CD player. 10 table. 7 April. 4 d. Africa: Morocco. 8 cake. Gobi 3. 6 iron. 9 tomato. Gobi. 2 supermarket. 8 g. 2 Wednesday. 9 take out. 6 September. 8 café 2. 12 October. 4 car park. 2. 9 feed. 3 supermarket. 5 Amazon. W Q W N F E U U A Z H U T X S K F U F O E E T V B N A A N D Q Ordinal numbers with dates 1. 6 Thursday. 8 June.A. Objects 1. 9 the Gobi. 6 b. 1 Saturday. brother. Nile. 2. 7 Sunday. grandfather. 2. 7 radio. 6 the second of May. Ecuador. 6 do. 2006 . 10 the Andes. Sahara. Andes. 3 the fourth of February. 6 sugar. Days and months 1. 2 never. 3 j. 7 café. 4 computer. Nile. 3 November. 4 hoover. 7 the Nile. Spain. 2 the Kalahari. 10 carrot. 2. 3 bank. 2 ice-cream. 8 wife. R H W J A J N T D P S N I E E L P I L W W G K C M Y T H R C B I B N O 12 pencil. 3 iron. 5 nephew. Rockies 3 Kalahari. Amazon Family 1. 10 make. 1 aunt. 10 February. 5 Tuesday. 8 bike. Sahara. 9 December.3. 5 January. Mississippi. 2. 2 the third of June. 7 post office. 1 Mississippi. 4 Monday. 2 granddaughter. 9 a. 2 hoover. France. 4 water. 5 sports centre. Helping at home 1. 3. 6 niece. 8 post office. 5 take out. 3 Rockies. Students’ own answers. 2 sports centre. rivers and deserts 1. 4 tidy. 8 make. Himalayas.. S. 6 mobile. 7 uncle. 7 wash. 5 hamburger. 5 e. daughter. 3 Friday. 5 car park. 5 the fifth of March. 6 the Rockies. 3. grandmother. 6 chemist’s. 3 the Alps. 4 husband. 3 always. sister. 5 do. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. O C E P O I N F M I Places in town Food 1. 9 ruler. 2 magazine. South America: Brazil. G R A N D H P E D A X L H E I H U Y G U H T E R F V L S 2 Alps. 7 milk. Portugal. 8 the Amazon. Europe: Britain. North America: Mexico. 5 the Himalayas. 3 poster. Mountains. 7 lay. 2 wash. 3 grandson. 4 the Sahara. 1 Kalahari.
1 I get up at … 2 I have a shower at … 3 I have breakfast at … 4 I have lunch at … 5 I go home at … 6 I play/don’t play tennis at … 7 I watch TV at … 8 I go to bed at … 4 underground-ride. bicycle. 2. skateboard. 2 a quarter to eight 3 ten past eight 4 twenty past one 5 five to five 6 twenty to six 7 a quarter past six 8 ten to eleven. PE. ferry. train. underground. 3 French. 6 history. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. 4 by. Time 1. 1 by. music. art. geography. 8 English. 1 boat-sail. 3 by. 2 shower. monorail. taxi. T H Y H I P A R G O E I T G Transport 1. 4 lunch. T F S E R R Y D F C V C Y N G C U U O H N A N D C L E U E S I C W V E E M A S O A R Y R O R A S A X I X C H F F E H M I K Z X G H U N C L S H G T T B O I A M B R E A J H T A X I E F H L R I P T X G O R R O G E O R P L G O T S D W V C Z A A R L M A T U C S I C M Y L S B U S O I A R R E U W N H O O I S D Y H P A F A R E I O I U Y E O G G H E W K Q U L P B V C A G F N G E W V Y E E G N N A C Y H P G O D O M N M V C X C X D R X Z 2. 3 breakfast. biology.. 2006 . car. 5 car-drive. 5 home. Ways of travelling 1. 7 watch. history. 7 music. chemistry. 6 play. technology. 2 maths. plane. 4 geography. 5 science. 3 bicycle-cycle. S. 2 on. 2 plane-fly. French.A. 3. walk.School subjects 1. maths. 8 bed. coach. 2. bus.
2 text 2. 2 He’s from Italy. school subjects: music. 2.00.. he doesn’t. 2 They love it. 2 No. he is. 6 Thirteen (13). 7 His grandfather. times: 7. he isn’t. 3 True. 2. 8 True. 3 True. 2 True. aunt and cousins.00. 1 d. b canoeing. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Uniforms 1. 2 He works in a national park.40). d tennis. 1 cinema. have lunch. 4 text 1. 4 Be careful. 7 False. 8 Because he lives very near the park. she thinks it is a terrible idea. b. 7 Two years. 2 His parents. S.4 Music. 6 False. 4 policeman. 6 Tennis.30 in the morning. 4 True. 2.30. 2 True. 6 No. 4 True. 5 Twenty to three. 8 True. 6 No. 5 He moved to London to go to a An ideal school day 1. 6 His aunt and uncle. 6 True. 4 Yes. 4 False. I want to be famous! 1. 3 Put the rubbish in the bin. Picture 3. 3 chef. 2. 3 text 1. 5 False. 8 No.A. 2. 8 Yes. 5 They get up when the sun comes up. 3 False. 3 True. 2. they’re not. 5 True. 3 Children get up. 4 Her uncle. theatre school. 2 a. 2 pupil. 3 He starts work at 5. c football.40. 8 He feels very happy. 2. 2. Truly international! 1. 3. 5 Sunny and warm. 7 He watches films. go to bed. 7 They drink. (2. 5 Jacques García. 2 False. Which activity? 1. 3 No. 4 He looks after the animals. 4 False. 7 Because the courts are inside. 5 False. you can’t. he did. 8 True. 4 2. 8 He works in a travel agent’s. 2006 .Reading and Writing Our park 1. 6 False. 7 False. 2. 3 football match. The price of fame 1. French. b. 6 False. 2 shopping. The best title 1. 2 True. verbs for daily routines: get to school. maths. 5 False. 2. 3 That he was a bad singer/to be an actor. An unusual job 1. 10. 7 False.
q The flute player. you can’. 13. h He answers the telephone in the room behind the shop. s He gives Pete some stamps from South America. b false. c She asks: ‘Why is he playing here?’ d They go into the shop. b (iii). p Because she hears it a second time. 3. S. 3. e doctor 6. abbey – page 1. They have orange hair. a parrot. b They don’t wear trousers. e It sells coins and stamps. d true. d TV. but the shopkeeper can’t see them. l Carla says it first. Activities while reading the book 1. d iii. Island for Sale • Teacher’s Notes Communicative activities Open answers. • Student’s activities Activities before reading the book 1. a false. e can. They have black hair. 2. They like the country. They have a dog with long hair. d wants. 6. 2. i South America. a fish.A. hat – pages 1. j ix. 2. f He likes the stamps. a wants. (8). b paint. Communicative activities Open answers. b v. c true. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. They live in California. the postman and Jock c Mr Moneybags d Bobo e Bobo f a mouse g her handbag h Roxanne i ‘Yes. Pages 5-9 g 300 years old. pocket – page 10. g true 5. m xiii. They like walking. coin – pages 3. 4. They have a white dog.Penguin Readers Factsheets c They live in California. c wants.. dog and (three) birds b 7 heads: the heads of the deer. j there is a fire 2. d (iv) 4. e true. a (ii). 14. flute – pages 1. k x. The Missing Coins • Teacher’s Notes • Student’s activities Activities before reading the book 1. 5. They are famous. c (i). f true. e xii. i ii. o In the shop. h i. Activities after reading the book Open answers. f xi. g vi. m Her name is Tracy. a vii. then the policeman. There’s a castle on the island. We can see a boat. 14. There are some hills in the picture. Duncan’s clothes. 7. It’s a picture of a small island in the sea. 12. 2006 . 14. Scottish clues in the pictures include tartan cloth. They don’t like the castle. swimming and fishing. b Carla. k He thinks they have his coins. They wear sunglasses all the time. Jock is a type of Scottish dog. Sometimes they wear sunglasses. j Outside. c iv. a They have yellow hair. Activities while reading the book 1. They fall down because it is dark in the castle. Pages 1-4 a Bath. 11. 13. c dentist. shopkeeper – pages 4-15. 13. Pages 10-15 n He looks in Carla’s pockets and in her bag. which is called a West Highland Terrier. b can. the two men and two dogs in the pictures. r They are in the flute player ’s hat. l viii.
e To the museum. a Wrong . b iv.’ he said. f belongs.A. is. were. (v). c Open answer. g. b Right. 5. The Cup in the Forest • Teacher’s Notes Communicative activities The Crown • Teacher’s Notes Communicative activities Open answers. was. am. Are. c Wrong Per falls over a tree. b Right. Activities after reading the book Open answers. e careful. Pages 12–15 1. Pages 4–7 1. d Wrong .. a No. e. to the narrator and Long d Long. d curator. a the narrator (storyteller). d forest.Money is very important to Nina. • Student’s activities Activities before reading the book Open answers. f Right. f He says. He is afraid. d wrong. f right. Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. f. to the narrator g strange 2. screams. e Wrong . is.’ 2. c wrong. Paxton is not ill. (iii). a afraid. to the narrator e Paxton. a. is. 2.Per finds an old cup. but then he stopped. a leaves. to the narrator and Long 2. a wrong. e Paxton. a iii. Chapter 3 1. How old was the crown? Was it light or heavy? Paxton put the crown back in the black bag.Nina is Per’s girlfriend.3. e Wrong . e v. 2006 . b stone. b. d Because he is dead. (ii). Activities after reading the book Open answers. S. Chapter 2 1. 2. e pockets. c ghost. to the narrator and Long c a hotel worker. a She doesn’t like the forest.She is taking the cup to Oslo to sell it. b A small hotel. d He goes to the window and looks into the garden. d museum. was. d outside. b Yes. c The museum curator. d ii. a Wrong . 2. c Right.. Activities while reading the book Chapter 1 1. ‘Take the cup back to the forest . I had a lot of questions. a word. ‘We’re the only visitors in this hotel. e graves. b right. Activities while reading the book Pages 1–3 1. (iv). a valuable. b screams. b city. f hole. (i) f the police. now!’ Pages 8–11 1. d Right.There are strange words on the cup. c fast. e right. is. • Student’s activities Activities before reading the book Open answers. f Wrong . He went to the door. ‘But why?’ Long said. b calls.It is an old Viking name. c cup. d. c i. ‘Wait! Go before me and look in your room. Open answers. c. c pocket. to Paxton b Paxton.. a Who goes into the shop? or Where do Peter and Carla go? b Where are the missing coins? c Who is angry? d When did the police car come? 4.
b No. S. e no. f a tourist’s. At carnival. a false. f He is walking away. 2006 . d Jake can see only Maria. • Student’s activities Activities before reading the book 1. 11. d true. page 15. Open answers Activities after reading the book 2.2. 6. pages 5. d balloons. e blue. page 2. page 1. bus. She can’t see any towns or houses or people. b green. £5. Open answers. On page 4. Nina and the cup. 15. noise and excitement.A. e The procession moves slowly down the road. c It was quiet. please. 3.73 and a train ticket. d blue. there are no cars on the road. 4. red. e The car. a Manchester (it’s not in London) b float (it is not something to wear) c stealing cameras d T-shirt Teacher’s Resource Bank ESO 1 / © Pearson Educación. Suddenly the band started to play. pages 8. The Carnival • Teacher’s Notes Communicative activities Open answers. f red. a Quickly. 9. Maria! You are late. a He says there are strange stories about Viking ghosts. policewoman. 2. 6. 3. pages 4. b by bus. child’s buggy. Open answers 2. a lorry. b true.. Activities after reading the book Open answers. 3. pen. 6. Jake has a map. g false. when Maria is late. Activities while reading the book 1. c map. g his mother. d The man’s angry face. e balloons. 5. e false. 11. there is a lot of music. policeman. c true. balloons. Activities after reading the book 1. 10. a red. f false. pages 3. e bench (it is not something to do with a carnival) f doctor 5. f costume. b wave. 13. c Madame Tussauds. 12. a in Manchester. c yellow. d feather. and says ‘a little problem with my job’. 10. a drum. 2. c A strange man. a camera. b Smile. He has his cup.
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