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Cross-curricular page: Geography Quiz: The English-speaking World......................................................................................p. 22
Cross-curricular page: Amazing birds..........................................................................................................................................................p. 36
Culture page: The life of a typical Saudi and British teenager....................................................................................................... p. 50
Culture page: Al-Faisaliah Tower................................................................................................................................................................... p. 64

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Project 1........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ p. 88
Project 2....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... p. 99
Project 3...................................................................................................................................................................................................................... p. 110
Project 4....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... p. 121
Consolidation: Modules 1-4....................................................................................................................................................................pp. 122-125
Self-assessment...........................................................................................................................................................................................pp. 126-127

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1000 • Classroom • What’s your • Imperative • Understanding and page 4 language phone number? • What colour using classroom • How old are you? is this? language Module 1 • Countries - nationalities • Jobs • Greetings • Sports • School • Where… from? • The verb be • Possessive adjectives • Greeting and saying goodbye • Introducing oneself Who are you? • Family subjects • What…? / Who…? and others • Telling the time • Exchanging basic • Days of the week personal information page 9 • Expressing preference Cross-curricular page: Geography Quiz: The English-speaking World page 22 • Personal items • The verb have got • Describing appearance Module 2 • Clothes and accessories • Pets • Parts of the body • these/those • Plurals (regular/irregular) • Possessive case • Expressing possession • Expressing ability All about me • Talents and abilities • Whose…? • Physical appearance • The verb can (ability) page 23 Cross-curricular page: Amazing birds page 36 Module 3 • Daily routines • Sports • Free-time activities • Present Simple • Prepositions of time • What time. 69 Pair work Activities p...? activities • Hobbies • Adverbs of frequency • Expressing opinion page 37 Culture page: The life of a typical Saudi and British teenager page 50 Module 4 • Rooms of a house • Parts of a house • Numbers over a hundred • There is / There are • Prepositions of place • a/an. name? (regular –s) • Exchanging basic • Classroom objects nationalities • How do you • a/an personal information • Personal items • Family spell. 68 Word List p.? • this/that • Identifying objects • Numbers 0 . the • Talking about rooms and houses • Asking about and Where I live • Furniture and appliances • Object personal pronouns identifying the location • Places in a town/city • Can (permission-requests) of objects/buildings page 51 • Ordinals • Imperative (affirmative-negative) Culture page: Al-Faisaliah Tower page 64 Grammar Reference p... 65 Learning Tips p.CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTE Student’s Book Modules Vocabulary Structures Functions Hello • Greetings • Colours • What’s your • Plurals • Greeting • Alphabet • Countries . 122 Self-assessment p.. 70 Workbook Hello page 74 Module 1 page 78 Module 3 page 100 Project page 88 Project page 110 Module 2 page 89 Module 4 page 111 Project page 99 Project page 121 Consolidation (Modules 1-4) p. 128 . 126 Writing section p..? • Discussing habitual actions and routines • Talking about free-time It’s my life! • Chores • When.

171 .? Capital letters. //. but) friend • Pair work * /s/.ENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS CONTENTS Listening Speaking Writing Reading (Pronunciation*) • Pair work * The alphabet • A short text: • Four short dialogues about • Pair work • A paragraph presenting Mario’s Pizza – A family days and time • Guessing game: Find the clock oneself business • Four short monologues about • Group survey: What’s your Developing skills: sports favourite. /z/ (plural -s / third person singular -s) • A magazine article: • Three short dialogues about • Pair work • A paragraph about one’s Tony Turner. /t/ • Three comic strips: • A dialogue about possessions • Memory game • A paragraph about one’s My ‘cool’ parents • Three short dialogues about • Guessing game: Find my pet best friend • A magazine article: Inside clothes • Group survey: Can you…? Developing skills: Tina’s wardrobe • A dialogue about a new best • Guessing game: Who is it? Linking words (and. Punctuation • A street survey • Group survey: Are you good at…? * / /.. / / Word order • A short text: Housework • A dialogue about hobbies crazy or just lazy? • A magazine article: What • Four short exchanges • Game: Spot the differences • A description of one’s a house! • Four short dialogues at different • Pair work house/flat • Short notes and signs places in a town Developing skills: • A dialogue about a new flat *Silent letters How to list things Grammar Book optional Module 1 page 134 Module 3 page 154 Module 2 page 141 Module 4 page 164 Tracklist for Student’s CD p. /z/.. a young sports favourite day of the week Picasso • Three short monologues about * Third person singular -s Developing skills: • A survey: Free time household chores * //.

a b c d e f g How do you spell your first name? h i j k l m n A-D-A-M.  B. And I’m Ali. What’s your name? 2 he alphabet  A. Listen. Listen and repeat. Hello 1 hat’s your name? A. B. Then write the capital letters next to the lower case letters. Talk in pairs. read and repeat. How do you spell your surname? o p q r s t u S-M-I-T-H. v w x y z  . Hi! My name’s Bill. Hi! I’m… What’s your name? Hello! My name’s… Hello! I’m Tom. Talk in pairs.

30 thirty . 50 fifty . 40 forty . C.. 300 three hundred . 1000 a thousand D.  10 ten 11 eleven 12 twelve 13 thirteen one two three 14 fourteen 15 fifteen four five six 16 sixteen seven eight nine 17 seventeen 18 eighteen zero 19 nineteen 20 twenty 21 twenty-one . How old are you? I’m 13 (years old).. Listen and repeat.... 60 sixty What’s your phone number? .. NOTE: for telephone numbers: 0 = oh 44 = double four  .. 3 umbers A. Listen and repeat. Talk in pairs. Talk in pairs. It’s 020 78441973....... 90 ninety . 80 eighty ..... 100 a hundred .... 110 a hundred and ten .. B.. 70 seventy .

Look at the pictures below and complete with this or that. there B. two bins 3. Look at the pictures below and complete with a or an. B: It’s a ruler. a / an a pen 4 n the classroom  A. 2. Look at the picture above. an umbrella book Then listen and check your answers. door chair computer teacher desk rubber pencil pen board 1 2 sharpener 3 school bag apple 4 umbrella 5 student 6 orange classmates ruler pencil case 7 8 window D. Then listen and check your answers. A : What’s ? B: It’s a pencil case.  is a pencil. Label the picture with the words in the box. count and write. B: It’s a rubber. C. here Plurals a chair chairs 1. Then listen and check your answers. A : What’s ? 4. 9 This / That 10 bin A: What’s this? A: What’s that? B: It’s a ruler.  .  is a bag.

 woman / girl man / boy Grandparents grandmother grandfather Parents um mother / m father / dad sister baby brother  .  British Canadian Canada UK Ireland USA Irish New Zealander American South Africa Australia South African New Zealand Australian 6 amily Listen and repeat. 5 he English-speaking world Listen and repeat.

Friend. Look at the board. Close your books. Write. Write the page number next to each colour. Read the text. Then flick through the Hello module and find the splashes of colour. Can you repeat that. Talk in pairs. B. of course. 8 Colours  A. Talk in pairs.. What does this word mean? It means.. Listen and repeat. Listen and number 1-10. Listen and repeat. Sit down. Open your books. Listen. black white brown purple grey  . How do you say ‘amigo’ in English? Stand up. B. Point to different blue red green objects in your classroom and ask and answer questions. yellow orange pink What colour is this? It’s green. Imperative Affirmative  Speak. please? Yes. 7 Classroom language A. How do you say these phrases in your language? I don’t understand.  Speak.

1 Who are you? Discuss: Where can you find the following in this module? Go through the module and find the pictures. What personal information can you give to introduce yourself? What would you like to know about a person you meet for the first time? In this module you will learn... to greet people A B C to introduce yourself and others to ask for and give basic personal information to say where you’re from to tell the time to talk about school subjects and what you’re good at to talk about your favourite sports and athletes to present your family and the jobs they do to write about yourself D E  .

China Spanish Amina Nice to meet you. Morocco Brazilian 1. Listen to the dialogues. 1a Where are you from? 2 ead  1 ocabulary  Match the countries with the nationalities. Jordanian Ammar Hello. Rosa a. Saudi 2. Rosa Nice to meet you. Brazil Greek but I live here in London. I’m not. Amina b. I’m from Morocco. Then listen and check your answers. Ammar c. Mexican Spain French 10 . too. Egypt Moroccan France Italian Ammar Hi. Rosa Hello. Where are you from? Italy Pablo We’re from Spain. Jordan Mexico Egyptian B. Are you a new student? Countries Nationalities Amina Yes. This is Pablo and this Greece Chinese is Garcia. Pablo and Garcia d. thanks. A. I’m Amina. Then read them out in groups. Moroccan Saudi Arabia 4. I’m Mexican. Oliver! How are you? Oliver I’m fine. Spanish Mexican 3. I am. Are you Brazilian? Rosa No. Saudi Ammar Really? I’m from Saudi Arabia. I’m Rosa. Read again and match.

Listen and tick (3) the sound you hear. Betty Am / Are you from Mexico? Noor No. nationality French class Irish TIP! • Look at the example. 3 peak Hello. b and c? a. No. too. we our 1. I my you your Circle the correct words. your. France /s/ British // Chinese // What’s your surname? Ahmed. • Speak only in English. British c. How are you? Talk in pairs. This is Nabil. And you? Not bad. Steve Nice to meet you. You ’re (= are) You aren’t (= are not) Are you? Yes. We are classmates. difference between a. we are. 2. we aren’t. And you? English I’m thirteen. Noor Hi. / I’m Sami. I am. Am / Are you two friends? Hamza No. Hamza Hello. thanks. pronouns adjectives This is our classroom. No. We are) Affirmative negative questions short answers I ’m (= am) I ’m not (= am not) Am I? Yes. You are. Possessive adjectives (my. I ’m not / aren’t. I’m / We’re brothers. teacher Where are you from? surname I’m from Saudi Arabia. our / my name’s Noor. too. Steve Hi. France b. 5 ronunciation A. our) personal possessive Tim and I are friends. Steve. Kate. What’s the  6 peak Talk in pairs. 4 rammar The verb be (I am. 11 . (I live in Madinah. Hamza. My name’s Sami. No. we are / aren’t. Our / Your surname’s Aziz. Listen and repeat. We ’re (= are) We aren’t (= are not) Are we? Yes. you aren’t. Fine. I’m not. Chinese What’s your name? B.) pencil How old are you? I’m thirteen. You’re / I’m Saudi. you are.

too. I’m Alonso and this is my dad. Mario’s Pizza: A family business Hello. They are my cousins and This is my brother. Welcome to our restaurant. Come to our restaurant! Our pizza is great! 12 . We’re Italian. Listen and read.  delivery person waiter doctor secretary bus driver chef taxi driver nurse shop assistant housewife police officer 2 ead  A. His name is Antonio they are waiters. 1b He’s a chef 1 ocabulary Listen and repeat. My aunt. is a MÁRIO’S chef. Mario. Gina. His name is Dario and he’s a chef. This is my uncle. This is Fredo and Elmo. and he is a pizza delivery boy.

they their 2. Danny Is / Are your parents doctors? Jake No. No. Is he a pizza delivery What’s his name? What are their names? boy? 3 rammar The verb be Affirmative negative questions short answers I ’m (=am) I ’m not (=am not) Am I? Yes. It It it? it it We We we? we we You ’re (= are) You aren’t (= are not) Are you? Yes. No.. My uncle and aunt am / are doctors. They They they? they they Possessive adjectives personal possessive That’s John. No. 4 rite Write a few sentences to present some of your family members and their jobs. 13 . we our Muna He is / Is he a student? you your Hasna No. pronouns adjectives His mother is a housewife. Go to pages 134-136 for extra grammar practice. His name is . you aren’t. No. I ’m not. I am.. they / their aren’t. Read again and answer the questions. she her Hasna That’s Helen and his / her brother. Is he a waiter? 3. Danny Really? What’s her / their name? Jake Ann Patterson. he is / isn’t. you aren’t. and he’s a . This is my dad. you are. You ’re (=are) You aren’t (=are not) Are you? Yes. He He he? he he She ’s (= is) She isn’t (= is not) Is she? Yes. He’s / His a bus driver. Are they waiters? 4.B. Muna What’s his / her name? it its Hasna Billy. He is 11 years old. Where are they from? 2. 1.. My dad is / isn’t a police officer and my mum’s a teacher. you are. he his 1. I my you your Circle the correct words. she isn’t. she is..

night morning 2 11:10 1 It’s ten It’s ten past . 1 07:00 It’s four C. one. 1c Day and night 1 ocabulary  A. It’s a to nine. Good afternoon! 4 10:30 12pm Ý 6pm It’s half It’s past four. 14 . your answers. Then listen and check your answers. Put the days of the week in the correct Thursday Monday order. 4 Good ! 6 12:40 It’s twenty It’s to eleven. What day is it today? Tuesday Saturday NOTE: B. past nine. 3 Good evening! 5 02:45 It’s a quarter 6pm Ý 12am / midnight to three. What’s the time? Look at the clocks and In many countries complete the time. Then listen and check Wednesday around the world. . Look and complete with the words in the box. the first day of the Friday week is Monday. Good ! 3 02:15 Ý 12pm / midday / noon 2 It’s a quarter past two. It’s a past . ten. Write 1-7. It’s seven o’clock. Then listen and check Sunday 1 your answers.

Read again and complete the table. it is! 15 . Thursday b. What day is it today? 2. Wednesday a. 9:30 b. What day is it today? 4. What’s the time? 3. 12pm 4 peak GUESSING GAME: Find the clock. What’s the time in New York? It’s 9 in the evening here and it’s Wednesday. 12am b. What’s the time? It’s half past two. Good evening. Is it the yellow clock? Yes. 1. It’s Thursday morning here in Riyadh. 2 ead  A. Dave!! B. Student B: Ask questions to find the clock Student A has chosen. Then read it out in pairs. Student A: Choose a clock but don’t tell Student B. Goodbye. read the questions and answers carefully. What’s the time? a. Talk in pairs. NAMe CITY DAY TIME New York Riyadh 3 isten  Listen to the dialogues and choose a or b. Bye. You mean. Thursday b. What day is it today? It’s Monday. Listen to the dialogue. Ameen. TIP! Before you listen. Tuesday a. good morning. 8:30 a. sorry. What’s the time in Riyadh? It’s 5 IN THE MORNING! Oh.

about football. I’m in the school team and team is Al-Rabie and my Bob Wilkins is my favourite player. Bill’s favourite sports are . My favourite team. Do the three boys like the same sport? I like all sports but I’m crazy I play in the school basketball My favourite sport is volleyball. Tom and his brother play . very famous. 4. 1. isn’t in a team. we’re great! My brother. Tom is in a team. is favourite player is Jamal He’s a great tennis player and he’s crazy about tennis and we play Al-Naser. and are famous players. 16 . together. Read again and complete the sentences. He’s very famous. 2. B.  basketball football tennis swimming volleyball 2 ead  A. and . 3. 1d Get sporty! 1 ocabulary Listen and repeat. Ali’s favourite sport is . 5. Peter. I also like football and tennis. Listen and read. 6.

Dave d. Who’s your favourite favourite player/athlete? player/athlete? … favourite team? 17 . A: ’s your favourite teacher? A: What’s your favourite sport? B: Miss Smith. Paul c. 2.? B: Green. Ted 5 peak GROUP SURVEY Talk in groups of four. A: ’s that? B: Kevin Roberts. 3 rammar 1..? / Who.. YOU Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 What’s your favourite sport? favourite sport? Football. 4 isten  Listen to four teenagers and match the names with the sports 1-4. A: ’s your favourite colour? What. 1 2 3 4 a. Go to pages 137-139 for extra grammar practice. Complete the table below about yourself and then about the other students in your group. Jafar b. A: are their names? B: Sam and Freddy. B: My brother. Complete the questions with What or Who. A: Who’s your favourite basketball player? 3. B: Basketball.. A: ’s from Saudi Arabia? B: Hana. 4.. 5.

/ No. 3 isten  Listen to a man interviewing two children for a survey and match by drawing lines. I am. Ask each other Yes. Ray English 11 Geography Lisa Italian 13 History 18 . Are you good at. Two students in my group are good at Science. Talk in groups of four. I’m not.. What’s your favourite school subject? TIP! Practise the spelling and pronunciation of new words. 1e I’m a student 1 ocabulary  Listen and repeat. questions and complete the table. Arabic History PE Geography Maths Islamic Studies English Science Art 2 peak GROUP SURVEY Are you good at PE? A.. Report your group’s answers to the class.? YOU Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 Arabic Islamic Studies Geography Maths History English PE Art Science B.

...... ................... Are you good at....................... D.................. C.................. Use the notes below to write a paragraph about How old are you? yourself. 1..... i’m from australia Favourite player/athlete . oodman e is Richard G Capital letters Hello............ Questions end with a question Favourite subject ............. 6.. ................................................I’m good at ..................... .... in spain B.................................... ........................................... Use the information from activity B..... ... 128 and complete the plan.............. 2..................... my nam h and I I’m el ev en ye ars old. miss green is an english teacher 4......................... Read and complete the table below..? My favourite subject is ........................................................ are you good at geography 7............. Who’s your favourite player/athlete? ............ .. Favourite teacher .... 19 .... 4 peak & rite A................ I’m ............................. Affirmative and negative sentences end with a full stop (.. ................... th e P is Mr and my t is swimming with cities/countries/nationalities fa vo ur it e sp or My Thomson.. mark (?).... and I’m cool....)............. TIP! Remember to check punctuation and capital letters in your writing. my name is lee sanders Favourite sport .. Nationality .... go to the Workbook p............................ Surname ............. and my What’s your favourite sport? favourite player/athlete is ... Read and add punctuation and capitals to the sentences.. First....................... My favourite sport is ..................................... Who’s your favourite teacher? Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms .... we’re from madrid.... with languages vo ur it e sw im mer is Michael fa with school subjects with the days of the week with the word I Name . ........................ Where are you from? ...... Punctuation Age ............................. ......................... years old What’s your favourite subject? and I’m from .............................................................................. is it tuesday today What’s your name? .......................................................................... ....... 3............................ E teacher........... liv acher My favourite te with names and surnames go od at it ......... My favourite teacher is .......... Hi! My name’s .. my favourite subject is maths 5... He’s with Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms Si m m s.................... Talk in pairs....... I’m Iris Use capital letters: and bject is PE My favourite su at the beginning of a sentence e in D ub lin ..

1. He’s Chinese. Where are you from? f. 4. 7. 12 2. How are you? e. D. 2.Monday . I . They’re / Their 10 2 favourite subject is History. That’s Tom. 5 12 11:00 11 1 3. Score: / 7 Score: / 8 F. A: it six o’clock? B: No. A: you a doctor? 1. Then listen and check your answers. Good morning! are you today? subject? d. I am. Nice to meet you. Art . 2.Geography . Score: / 5 Score: /7 20 . Hi.Egypt . 4 1. A: Is that you / your brother? 3 B: No. 5.team .tennis . 2. 1 8 4 2 7 6 5 Score: / 8 rammar 08:20 12:45 B. I’m Donald. A: What day is it today? 9 3 B: Its / It’s Sunday. 11 1 10 2 5. Who’s How What Where What’s teacher? b. they are very good at Geography. Then listen and  check your answers. Who’s your favourite a.Canada . UK . ommunication E.swimming . Her / His name’s Betty 7 5 6 12 Bourne.French . I’m fine. She / She’s a doctor. 11 1 10 2 3. 3. 9 3 6 8 4 4. 3. Circle the correct words. that? Is it Mrs Henderson? 6. Complete with the words in the box. Then add one more. it . Match. Andy and Fred good at History. My parents crazy about football. 5. I’m from Australia. Cross out the odd word. Maths. What’s the time? 1. 1 Round-up ocabulary A. Score: / 7 7 8 4 7 5 6 C. 4. Yes.Saturday . A: that the new French teacher? 4. Are you good at Maths? g. 2. he the new English teacher. B: Yes. 5. are you from? 3. Reema and Huda are friends. My / His name is Jason. I’m from the UK. Look at the clocks and write the time. volleyball . History . day is it today? 4.Science . 03:15 9 3 4. but 6. He / He’s is my cousin. 3. 1.Thursday . thanks. Where is he from? 7. B: No. Mrs Blake. What’s his favourite c.Tuesday . Complete with the correct form of the verb be. 1. your favourite sport? 5. 2.

We are n’t the sam e. Student A: Read the cards below and choose a person. your favourite subject? .. peak GUESSING GAME Are you Saudi? Talk in pairs. I’m good at bas ket ball and and tha t’s so coo l! You’re good at (3) .. you and me! But tha t’s fin e.. We’re bes t 21 .  Science Qatar China PE Bes t Fr ie n d s e is Om ar. you’re fro m (2) I’m fro m (1) ten nis. My nam e is Lee. / No.? Don’t tell Student B.. . Student B: Ask questions and guess who Student A is. I am. . Then listen and che ck you r ans wers. . Yes.. I’m not. Score: /4 Name: TOTAL SCORE: / 50 Masud Name: Linda Nationality: Now I can… Egyptian ationali ty: N n Age: 14 Canadia say where I’m from Favourite Subject: e: 1 4 introduce myself and other people Ag ject: Maths ite Sub Favour ask and answer personal questions Maths greet people talk about my favourite teachers.. Is. but tha . your favour ite colour ’s (5) I like (4) t’s all rig ht.. . Name: Name: So you’re.. your nam ... Donald LEENA Score: /4 Nationality: Nationality: Canadian Saudi Age: 14 Age: 13 Favourite Subject: Science Favourite Subject: English rite Choose one of the cards from the speaking activity and write a few sentences about this person. subjects Name: and say what I’m good at Bilal Name: talk about my favourite sports and Nationality: Jamila athletes Saudi Nationality: present my family and the jobs they do Age: 13 Egyptian tell the time Favourite Subject: Age: 13 Science use the verb be Favourite Subject: English write about myself white swimming black ds in the Complete the rhyme with the wor box . too. you like (7) I like (6) frie nds. Are you.

1 Cross-curricular page
How much do you know about the English-speaking world?
Do the quiz and check your answers.

Geog r a p h y Q U I Z
p e a k i n g Wo r l d
The English-s
1. 2. What is a kiwi?
3.
Which city is not in Ireland?
What is the capital city a. A person from Australia
a. Glasgow
of the USA? b. A person from South Africa
b. Cork
a. New York c. A person from New Zealand
c. Dublin
b. Washington DC
c. Los Angeles

4.
Which is the
correct flag for
5. What are the colours of the
6. Which country is this?
Canada? South African flag? a. Canada
a. Red, blue and green b. The UK
a. b. Red, blue, green and yellow c. Australia
c. Red, blue, green, yellow,
b. white and black

c.

7. What is the capital
city of Australia?
a. Melbourne
b. Sydney
c. Canberra

7c
1b 2c 3a 4b 5c 6c
Answers:

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2 All about me
Discuss:

What have you got in your bag?
What’s your favourite item of clothing?
Who is your best friend?

Where can you find the following
in this module? Go through the
module and find the pictures.

A

B C

D

E

In this module you will learn...

to talk about your possessions
to talk about your clothes
to describe your pet
to talk about your talents and
abilities
to describe people’s appearance
to write about your best friend

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2a My things TIP! Before you read the text,
look at the pictures.
They will help you
understand the text.

1 ocabulary
Listen and repeat.
 2 ead 
A. Listen to the comic strips. Then read them out in groups.

Jake, has your brother got a skateboard? Has your sister got rollerblades?

watch

mobile
phone
No, he hasn’t. No, she hasn’t.

camera Have you got a new mobile, Mary?
Yes, I have. Look! It’s Wait...
very small and modern.

sunglasses

skateboard
Nice. Where’s Harry?

Is that your sister? No, my sister hasn’t
got black sunglasses.

game console

Jake, is that No, my
your brother? hasn’t brother
got a cap. Are you sure?
rollerblades

B. Read again and write T for True or F for False.

1. Mary has got rollerblades.
cap 2. Harry and Mary have got a game console.
3. Harry has got a new mobile phone.
4. Mary hasn’t got black sunglasses.
bike
5. Harry has got a red cap.

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haven’t. we we we Have you got? Yes. 5 peak MEMORY GAME Go to page 68. But they’ve got a game console! it it it They’re crazy about computer games. Go to pages 141-143 for extra grammar practice. 5. 4 isten  Listen and tick (3) the things Donna’s got in her bag. No. 1. 6. She’s / Has she got a computer. she hasn’t. We ’s got / ’ve got a new Maths teacher. they they they I’m here!!! Circle the correct words. I ’ve got / ’s got a brother and a sister. I have / has. she hasn’t / haven’t. you haven’t. A: Kelly ’s got / ’ve got a game console. too? B: No. 4. A: You have / Have you got a mobile phone? B: Yes. she has. JAKE 3 rammar JA KE The verb have got Affirmative negative ra H Mr e M Crrrinyge sMCarrinyg I ’ve got (=have got) I haven’t got (=have not got) You You He He She ’s got (= has got) She hasn’t got (=has not got) It It We We You ’ve got (=have got) You haven’t got (=have not got) They They questions short answers I I I Have got? Yes. 3. Adam ’s got / ’ve got two bikes. you have. No. No. My cousins hasn’t / haven’t got rollerblades. have. 25 . you you you he he he Has she got? Yes. 2.

new and old. Inside Tina’s wardrobe This is my favourite accessory. I’ve got a lot of dresses. Red is my favourite colour. My favourite dress is black. Aren’t they beautiful? I love scarves and I’ve got 25. Have you got any of these clothes? jacket trousers jumper skirt headsca rf abaya hoody jeans T-shirt trainers shoes belt leggings sandals dress thobe 2 ead  A. It’s a present from my sister. my big red belt. 2b My clothes 1 ocabulary  Listen and repeat. These are my favourite scarves. Look at the pictures and the text. read and check your answers. 26 . What do you think the text is about? Listen.

Write about 3 items of clothing you have got. Listen and tick (3) the sound you hear. 4. bikes chairs watches trainers buses skirts This is my favourite skirt. Complete with the plural form of the nouns in brackets. green hoody b. skirts b. Look! Those (bus) are yellow. belts b. I love it. 2. 1. this / these are my new sandals. trendy b. She has got a red and red . Listen and repeat. Mary’s got sandals. Isn’t it trendy? 4. She has got and dresses. Her favourite skirt isn’t very . This / These is my new watch and 2. jeans c. 27 . new 3. Read again and complete. What’s the  difference between a. Check out my new sandals! belts /s / jeans /z / dresses /z / They’re very trendy and caps comfortable. These are my favourite (accessory). Tina’s favourite colour is . Those are skirts. Fay hasn’t got a lot of . 1. 3 rammar these / those Plural forms SINGULAR PLURAL belt – belts man – men watch – watches woman – women This is a jumper. a. Of course they’re red. The boy’s got a . dress – dresses child – children That’s a skirt. She has got scarves. It’s not very trendy but it’s colourful and 5 isten  Listen to three dialogues and choose a or b. Circle the correct words. It’s trendy. baby – babies person – people scarf – scarves fish – fish NOTE: This is a trendy belt. green jacket 2. I’ve got four trendy (hoody). I’ve got a new jumper. a. dresses B. B. 2. 3. Go to pages 144-146 for extra grammar practice. a. A: They’re cool! 4 ronunciation A. These are jumpers. These are trendy belts. 5. 6 rite 3. b and c? a. B: Yes. A: Is that / those a belt? B: Yes. too. 1. Karen has got three (child). sunglasses over there? 5. Those (woman) are A: And are these / those your (teacher). dresses 1.

teeth hand Bill Hi. 28 . Come on. Listen and repeat. Bill Wait! head snake eye g win tail nose mo uth parrot ear cat body Bill Look! Tom So. I think. foot Bill Whose is it. spider face leg teeth arm NOTE: foot . it’s Mr Young’s cat.feet tooth . Is that your cat? Tom Of course not. It’s lost. Tom. I haven’t got a cat. Bill Yeah. Let’s go rabbit and call the number. Then read it out in groups. then? Tom I don’t know. 2c My pet 1 ocabulary  2 ead  A. Listen to the dialogue.

he’s got a name tag. somebody else’s pet. that’s not Lucky. is Mr Young’s cat. SINGULAR REGULAR Tom Oh. 5. Call it! is Tiger. Lucky hasn’t got green 3 rammar eyes.. / .. She’s got big ears and. then? NOUNS PLURAL NOUNS Bill Wait. 3 1 2 4 5 My pet’s name is Twinkle. It’s her new watch.... His eyes are yellow. 29 . Mr Young No.. A: Who’s / Whose watch is that? B: It’s Nadia’s / Nadia. 2. Mrs Cahill or Sylvester. Read again and complete with Mr Young. My cat’s name My cats’ names Tom And a phone number.. Is your pet a rabbit? 6 Yes.. 1. C. ’s phone number is 07785 548697. / It’s Fay’s.? black. Bill That’s all right. Play in groups of four. 5 rite Write a few sentences about your pet or 3. ’s phone number is 07435 228654.. I’ve got a pet. it is.. are Molly and Mia.. Circle the correct words.. 2.’s got a pet. Mrs Cahill. pets below but don’t tell the others. listen to Student A and try to guess his/her pet. 4. whose cat is it. Student A: Imagine that you’ve got one of the Tom No problem. Go to pages 147-149 for extra grammar practice.. They’re crazy about pets.. Students B. Is it number 3? Yes! B. 6.. His/Her name is. SYLVESTER. He’s Uncle Abdul-Rahman. A: Who’s / Whose parrot is this? B: It’s my cousin’s / cousins’ parrot.. Thanks anyway. Whose pet is this? It’s Fay’s pet.At Mr Young’s house. D: Look at the pictures. boys. has got a black tail. Sylvester is ’s cat. And his tail isn’t Possessive Case – Whose. A: Who’s / Whose that man? B: He’s my mothers’ / mother’s brother. Talk about your pet so that the others can guess. 1. At Mrs Cahill’s house.. Lucky. Well. Mrs Cahill Sylvester! Thank you very much. has got yellow eyes.. 3. He’s/She’s got. 4 peak GUESSING GAME: Find my pet. 07785 548697. It’s white.

but you You’re not an artist. Who is the winner of the art competition? Kamal. aren’t tonight’s winner. 2d You’re an artist! 1 ocabulary Listen and number 1-10. You can’t draw can paint very well.  swim use a computer draw well paint cook Bonjour! speak French ride a horse ride a bike skateboard take pictures 2 ead  A. you can’t draw. You are the competition winner. You can draw and paint well and you’ve got a lot of talent. Listen and read. 30 . you are a fantastic painter. But you can use the computer to the colours. I really like very well. so you can become a graphic designer. Azam. you draw. Come back next year. Emad. Sorry. This painting is beautiful. But I’m sorry.

cook Three students in my group play tennis can draw well. B: he use the computer to draw. 31 . he . A: Eric is a great painter. 3. Report your group’s answers to the class. Who can use the computer to draw? a. He can draw. too? A: Yes. but I can’t draw well. Ask each other questions you.. a. skateboard take nice pictures 5 rite Write three sentences about I can use a computer.? YOU Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 and complete the table. But I speak Italian. What can Emad do well? a. Read again and answer the questions. I can. Gary and Paul ride a horse. a. No. but they can ride a bike. Azam and Emad. Yes. He can paint. b. b. Azam. 1. Can Azam draw well? 4. He paint well. b. No. What can Kamal do well? 3. b. 2. she can’t. A: you speak Arabic? B: No. 3 rammar The verb can Affirmative negative questions short answers I I I I I You You you you you He He he he he She can swim She can’t (=cannot) swim Can she swim? Yes. he can.. I can’t. what you can or can’t do. she can. He can paint. B. 2. swim ride a horse speak Arabic B. 1. I . Go to pages 150-152 for extra grammar practice. / No. He can draw and paint. 4 peak Can GROUP SURVEY A. draw well Can you draw well? use a computer Yes. Talk in groups of four. It It it it it We We we we we You You you you you They They they they they Complete with the correct form of the verb can. he can’t.

Choose picture a. Student B: Ask questions to find out who Student A has chosen. b or c. Then listen and check your answers. a chubby boy fair hair long hair a young man a tall boy short hair a slim boy dark hair a short boy an old man 2 isten  A. 3 peak GUESSING GAME: Who is it? Student A: Choose one of your classmates. Is it Habib? Yes. it is. look at What does Wendy’s new best friend look like? the pictures carefully. he isn’t. B. / No. / No. Look at the pictures and describe the girls. but don’t tell Student B. he is. Is he tall/short/chubby/slim? Yes. well done! a b c 32 . 2e My best friend 1 ocabulary  Match the opposites. Is it a boy? Yes. Listen to a mother and a daughter talking. he has. he hasn’t. TIP! Before you listen. Has he got long/short/fair/dark hair? Yes.

He’s g m e d can skateb oard He/She can. H can’t. 5. very well and his fav ourite He/She is crazy about. 4 peak & rite Who’s your best friend? A. Use but to join two opposite ideas. Use the information from activity B.. Read and complete the sentences with and or but. Brad is 14 years old he’s from the UK. First. go to the Workbook p. like favourit What can/can’t he/she do? es port ……. Adam can ride a bike but he can’t ride a horse. years old.. Read. .. favourite computer game What’s his/her favourite subject / computer game / sport? clothes …….. 1. gam e is computer it. Tina isn’t good at Geography she’s good at Science. This is Ahm and n d .. What does he/she look like? name what he looks ……. He’s/She’s got.. C. 3. very well but he/she o o l! A h He’s very c e’s crazy b u t h e c a n’t swim.. pet Has he/she got a pet? nationality …….. eyes. Linking words Use and to join similar ideas... 2... D.. 33 . and his/ m p u t e r s another about co S p o r e.. Omar’s got a skateboard he hasn’t got rollerblades. H e is 11 years o He’s/She’s. He’s got her favourite. How old is he/she? age what he can do ……. ot d a r slim. . Use the notes below to write a paragraph about your best friend. Adam is tall and he’s got fair hair. Join your sentences with and or but. Talk in pairs about your best friend... fr ie n d : h is pet rabb He/She has got / hasn’t got a pet.. Buck. Which of the topics below does the boy mention about his best friend?  ……. 4. Donald’s crazy about pets he’s got three parrots.. hair st frie eyes.. . My best friend My best friend’s name is. ld and e d . . is. B... A h m ed is short He/She is. 129 and complete the plan.. Rima is tall slim. he’s my be k h a ir and brown and. best TIP! Do not write very short sentences.

Complete with the correct form of have got. Complete the dialogues with the sentences a-e. Choose a or b. ommunication  F. 9. I haven’t got a bike. Write the plural of the following nouns. 2. (2) 4. baby 1. but I a blue jacket. I . ear – leg – belt – arm – 2. that girl? Score: /8 a. Whose 1. B: No. scarf Gafar (5) 10. boy’s b. Look! That’s my mother. they . They’re orange and green. a. A: you use a computer? B: No. Kelly’s parrot colourful wings. Who’s b. family Rayan Here. a. Are you sure? b. watch my bike. 1. ocabulary 1. she . The girls fair hair. They’ve got dark listen and check your answers. fish 2. brother’s b. but she a 2. Score: /8 a. But my brother 2. d. Gafar (3) 6. What does your mother look like? c. Then add one more. e. Thank you very much. The jacket is here. I . My names are Mahmud and Nasir. 5. 3. Complete with the correct form of can. E. Who’s b. of course. Score: /5 3. These are sunglasses. Cross out the odd word. A: those parrots talk? sister. You can ride 7. She’s very tall. 2. woman Nurah (1) Yasmeen Wow. 3. camera is this? A. boys’ Score: /5 rammar B. child Score: / 10 Rayan That’s all right. C. short – young – chubby – hair – 4. Score: / 10 34 . 1. tail – rabbit – parrot – spider – a. Jenny’s b. Whose 5. 2 Round-up D. hair. foot Gafar (4) Rayan Yes. Then 4. A: Zahra a brother? use a computer. brothers’ 4. B: No. camera Nurah Yeah. B: Yes. A: you a black jacket? 1. 8. jumper – watch – trousers – hoody – a. Jennys’ 3. bus Yasmeen She’s short and slim.

/ ska teboar ds and seven bik He’s got thr ee (4) cam era s is Sue . rite Score: /7 Choose one of the pictures from above and write seven sentences. his nam e es. his nam e y (6) tall / lon g. She can (5) spe ak / use Chi is Paul. I’ve got a frie nd.. I’ve got a frie nd. his nam e and blue (1) cat / sna ke..... talk about my things and clothes describe people’s appearance talk about pets say what I can/can’t do write and talk about my best friend use the verb have got use plurals Score: /7 use and/but to join ideas TOTAL SCORE: / 60 Read the rhyme and circle the correct words.. I’ve got a frie nd. her nam e nes e and Ara bic. In picture B... the boy has got. Then list en and check your answers.. He’s got. I’ve got a frie nd. her nam e ndy. Now I can… In picture A. His favour ite pet is a gre en is We ndy . I’ve got a frie nd. too. A B In picture A. the boy has got. He’s really slim and he’s ver 35 . the boy hasn’t got.  I’ve got a fr ie n d . peak Talk in pairs. Look at the pictures and find seven differences.. coo l and (3) colour ful / tre Her (2) sho es / clo the s are always is Mik e. is Jak e.

It is black with and yellow. too! 1 2 B. It can’t fly but it can swim very well. It is black and white with yellow on its head and neck. It can’t fly but it can run very fast. This is a mynah bird. It lives in Asia and it is white a small bird. Read again and tick the correct boxes in the table.? Arabian Ostrich emperor penguin mynah run fast 3 talk fly see well swim 36 . This is an emperor penguin and it I lives in B Antarctica. This is an Arabian Ostrich. 2 Cross-curricular page A. Which bird can. It lives in is black and white with long legs and a long AMAZING neck. Then listen and check your answers. c. It has very big eyes and can see very well. It can fly and it can talk. This bird Saudi Arabia and it is very tall. Look at the pictures and match them with the texts. R D S b...  a.

A B to talk and write about your daily routine to talk about your free-time activities to give an opinion about sports to say how often you do household chores to write about your favourite day of the week D E 37 . 3 It’s my life! Shopping bowling n with Ala game baseball Discuss: Where can you find the following in this module? Go through the module and find the pictures. What’s your daily routine like? How busy are you? What do you do in your free time? Do you help out at home? C In this module you will learn...

’ His Art teacher says: ‘He’s amazing! He’s even got paintings in the local art gallery. Tony paints in the morning and in the evening. 38 . Tony gets up at 7:30 every day. he gets up at 6 o’clock and paints pictures. 5. On weekdays. 4. 2. Tony’s teacher likes his paintings. In the evenings after dinner. What do you think the text is about? Listen. At 7:30 he has a shower and has his breakfast. Look at the pictures and the title of the text. Tony goes to galleries on weekdays. Then he goes to school. He gets home at 4:30 every day and does his homework. he paints again! At the weekend it’s different. 3. read and check your answers. TONY TURNER A young Picasso Tony Turner isn’t a normal school boy. ‘I visit galleries. Read again and write T for True or F for False.’ B. 1. go to bed lunch. 3a Day in day out get up 1 ocabulary Listen and repeat. Tony’s favourite subject is Art. I watch TV or make pictures and designs on my computer. of course. He loves Art and he’s a very good artist.  have a shower brush my teeth get dressed go to school have breakfast. Art is his favourite subject. dinner do homework get home 2 ead  A.

Go to pages 154-156 for extra grammar practice. 6 rite Write a few sentences about your daily routine and about a friend’s daily routine. the afternoon.. thing / / B. 4 ronunciation  A. the evening We use the Present Simple for habits Monday. or actions that happen regularly. I get up at 6:30. 3 rammar Present Simple (affirmative) Prepositions of time I paint paints ten o’clock. My friend (watch) TV after dinner every day. think // b. etc. Omar gets up at 7:00. In which category do they belong? Listen and check your answers.. Salman and Ameer (brush) their 4. 2. half past one. and (go) to bed at midnight. He You watch watches BUT She at the weekend We do does noon/midday/night/midnight It They study studies in the morning. 39 . ring bank rink sing bang sink 5 peak Talk in pairs about your daily routine.. I get up at 7:30. etc. I (play) computer games at the teeth every morning and evening.. Say the words below. What about you? I get up at. weekend. My mum (get up) at 7 o’clock 5. 1. What’s the difference between a and b? a. Alan (do) his homework in the in brackets. afternoons. Tuesday.. Listen and repeat. I have. He has.. on Sunday morning/afternoon/evening/night weekdays Complete with the Present Simple of the verbs 3.

ha! 40 . Lee. Lee I’m bored. 3b Do you like sports? 1 ocabulary  Match the sports with the pictures 1-7. ha. Ali Come on. Bill I think sports are fun and exciting! Tom Yeah! I love sports. Bill Tennis is OK but table tennis is great fun! Come on. Ali? Ali I like football and I’m a great tennis player. Tom Really? Do you like athletics or other sports? Lee No.. let’s play. not baseball! Bill What’s wrong. too. Listen to the dialogue. Lee Oh. I don’t. isolated words. Lee? Ali Lee doesn’t like baseball at all. I don’t like sports very much. Lee What? Don’t be silly! This is great fun! Tom Oh. verb + noun).g. please! An hour later. Let’s play baseball. no. Tom I’ve got an idea. play table tennis play baseball 1 2 play golf do athletics do gymnastics go skiing go mountain biking 4 5 6 7 2 ead  A. too. 3 TIP! Learn whole phrases (e. Lee! Ali Ha. I think they’re boring. Lee No way! I hate table tennis. What about you. not just Then listen and check your answers. Tom Let’s stop! I’m tired.. Then read it out in groups. Bill Me too. be quiet.

A: you and your friends play Go to pages 157-159 for extra grammar practice. don’t. does. Ali’s favourite sports are football and tennis / Do you like. 5 peak A. 41 . I No. I don’t.. I think it’s boring. Read again and circle the correct words. at all. very much. We play on weekdays after A: you like mountain biking? school. A: What about at the weekend? A: your brother like mountain biking. Dialogue 3 Ken and Scott like / don’t like football. 2. baseball every day? 4 isten  Listen to three short dialogues and circle the correct words.. Tom and Bill / Tom and Lee are tired. Bill thinks sports are exciting / boring. No. very much! It’s OK. too? B: We play baseball at the weekend. he . I think it’s fun. she does. 3 rammar Present Simple (negative . / It’s OK. Dialogue 2 Daniel plays golf on weekdays / at the weekend. I play? do. You you you you He he he he She doesn’t (= does not) play Does she play? Yes. Dialogue 1 Paul thinks tennis is fun / boring.? table tennis. A: What about you? 2. B: No. you don’t. don’t or doesn’t. I think it’s a great sport. They they they they Complete the sentences with do. Now talk in pairs. B: Yes. What about you? I like. He likes athletics. / I don’t like. No! gymnastics football athletics skiing baseball table tennis B. No. we . It it it it We we we we You don’t (=do not) play Do you play? Yes. No.. B: No.questions) negative questions short answers I don’t (=do not) play Do I Yes. I .. B: I like swimming. Yes.. B. 3. Lee likes / hates baseball. you do. golf mountain biking 1.. He like mountain My friends go swimming. Do you like these sports? How much? Draw a face next to each one. I do. Yes. / 4. 1. she doesn’t. Lee likes / doesn’t like table tennis in the end. 5. biking at all.

Jay goes to bed early (11) . but at the weekend. He hangs out with (4) both on weekdays and at the weekend. they watch (5) or they do their (6) together. before 10 o’clock. What time do you go to bed? On weekdays: Before 10 o’clock 3 After 10 o’clock At the weekend: watch Before 10 o’clock After 10 o’clock 3 documentaries Jay Tasker is (1) years old.  2 ead A. Jay Tasker NAME: AGE: 14 1. Have you got a lot of free time? Yes 3 No 3. He gets home (2) o’clock on weekdays. play sports or go (10) . they hang out at the (9) . They also play (7) and listen to the radio go bowling (8) the Net. board games 42 . play B. What time do you get home from school? talk on the phone surf the Net After 3 o’clock 3 After 5 o’clock 2. 3c Time out 1 ocabulary Listen and repeat. he goes to bed late. When they’re at home. Jay has taken part in a survey about free time. Look at his answers and complete the paragraph. so he’s got a lot of (3) . What do you do with your friends in your free time? At home: play board games watch documentaries 3 read magazines hang out with friends play computer games 3 surf the Net 3 OTHER: do homework Outdoors: play sports 3 go shopping ride bikes hang out at the park 3 OTHER: go skateboarding read magazines go shopping 5. Use the questions in the survey to interview your partner. (12) . When do you hang out with your friends? On weekdays 3 At the weekend 3 4. When they go out.

2. A: When do you play baseball? B: At the weekend. Then answer Student B’s questions. / No. A: What sports Ben plays / does Ben play? B: Volleyball and tennis. She reads magazines at the weekend. Talk in pairs. B. try to use vocabulary you’ve learnt in the module. 1. 4 peak A. 43 . I do. Report your partner’s answers to the class. TIP! When you speak. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Student B: Ask Student A questions about different free- time activities. A: What time you get / do you get up in the morning? B: At 8 o’clock. When do you read magazines? At the weekend. Tanya reads magazines in her free time. Do you read magazines in your free time? Yes. Go to pages 157-159 for extra grammar practice. 3. A: When / What do you do in your free time? B: I read magazines. 3 rammar Present Simple with Wh-questions A: What time do you have dinner? B: At 6pm. 5 rite Write sentences about what you do/don’t do in your free time. Student A: Complete the weekly schedule with your personal information. Circle the correct words. as in the example. Write what free-time activities you do every day. 4. A: When / What time does Saud surf the Net? B: In the evenings. I don’t.

‘My room is often a mess but I like it like that. Anyway. I clean the windows in our flat every week.’ she says. Who do you think helps out at home? Listen. ‘She’s just lazy. read and check your answers. I’m usually very busy. 44 .’ she says. I haven’t got time for chores.’ Megan’s mum says. It’s great fun! My favourite chore is the windows. Megan Roberts plays computer games. takes out the rubbish and tidies her room every day. Her friends think she’s crazy but her mum doesn’t.’ she says. Alison Gibson always helps out at home. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 do the washing clean the windows tidy my room feed the cat wash the car hoover do the washing-up take out the rubbish 2 ead  A. reads magazines. They argue about housework every day and in the end. But she doesn’t want to do housework. Look at the pictures. 3d Around the house 1 ocabulary  Match the pictures with the household chores. But her mum doesn’t believe her. Then listen and check your answers. ‘Alison is a real treasure. She helps with the washing. they always do it together. we live in a big house and we’ve got a lot of housework. You see. And guess what! She likes it! ‘I don’t mind housework. watches TV and does her homework every day.

I don’t. B. I usually tidy my room. But I sometimes clean the windows. What is Megan’s room usually like? 4. 1. usually I don’t usually take out the rubbish. Read again and answer the questions. (usually) Go to pages 160-162 for 4 isten  extra grammar practice. Who thinks housework is fun? 5. usually. (never) 2. often. Hana helps her mum with the housework. 3. My friend has a shower in the mornings. I’m tired after school. What does Megan do every day? 7. What about you? 6 rite Write sentences about what you always. never do at home. Who doesn’t do housework alone? 45 . Jamal doesn’t go to bed late. What does Alison do every day? 6... do the clean the tidy the house hoover cook feed pet washing-up windows Amal Julie Kelly 5 peak Talk in pairs about the chores you do at home. What do Alison’s friends think of Alison? 8. 3 rammar Adverbs of frequency Adverbs of frequency 0% 100% • go before the main verb: always Kevin never does the washing-up. sometimes. (often) 5. Who lives in a flat? 3. Do you get up at six o’clock? (always) (sometimes) 4. often Do you often clean the windows? sometimes • go after the verb be: never Jason is often late for school. I never. Write the sentences using the adverbs of frequency in brackets. Do you usually do the washing-up at home? No. 1. Listen to three people talking and tick (3) the chores they do. What does Megan’s mum think of Megan? 2.

Harry collects coins. Uncle Ted thinks rollerblading is fun. 2. 46 . Harry’s favourite hobby is rollerblading. Have you got any hobbies? paper go flowers rollerblading jewellery fishing make comics model planes collect stamps arts and coins crafts do karate 2 isten  Listen to Harry talking with his uncle Ted about their hobbies and write T for True or F for False. Uncle Ted plays tennis with a friend. 3. 1. Uncle Ted makes model cars. 4. 5. 3e My favourite day 1 ocabulary  Listen and repeat.

My favourite day of the week is . When? What? Who with? D. I get up early.. . go to the Workbook p.. Read and make sentences by putting the go bowling or we stay at home and sit around words in the correct order. In the afternoon. Use the information from activity B. Read about Ahmad’s favourite day of the week and complete the table below. mum / gets / my / 4:30 / home / at Then talk in pairs. verb.. at about 8:00 and have my breakfast. don’t / I / make / planes / model 3. . does / Maria / crafts / arts / and or with his 4. adverbs of frequency). 47 .. Ray doesn’t play football. In the evening. First. Complete the table below about your favourite day of the week. 5. I usually play computer games with my friends and then I sometimes go rollerblading with my cousins. buy comics subject + verb I collect stamps. my family and I often C.  My favourite day of the week is Saturday. Saturdays are great! Word order When? What? Who with? In English.. 3 peak & rite A. What do you do in the morning? In the evening.. Then I go to the shops and buy comics. 130 and complete the plan. What’s your favourite day of the week? In the morning. and talk. we always put the subject of a sentence before the verb. What do you do in the afternoon? ... What do you do in the evening? TIP! Remember to check the word order in your writing (subject + . I collect comics and I’ve got about 200! In the afternoon. In the morning..... Write a paragraph about your favourite day of the week. with his in the afternoon and 1. .. .... sister / play / games / doesn’t / my / computer B. goes / Fridays / Rami / on / rollerblading with his 2. You see. .

visit h. Freddie. 6. On Mondays and Wednesdays he does / plays football and at the weekend he goes swimming / gymnastics. Circle the correct words. 1. Jack sometimes goes bowling Sundays. Complete the sentences with in. A: Hey. My sister usually (study) after play later? dinner. Match. 3. Complete with the Present Simple of the verbs in B: What then? brackets. I’ve got an idea! Let’s go / do fishing. 1. d. take j. Score: /6 Score: /8 48 . right? 5. 1. ocabulary 1. 3. She’s lazy / late. play i. A: What time / When do you wash the car? 2. A: I’ve got a great football game. she does / doesn’t. It’s a mess. Score: /7 rammar C. 4. an art gallery 4. get c. out with friends B: I always have / have always lunch at 12:30. Complete the dialogue with the sentences a-d. out the rubbish B: Yes. too. collect f. A: I’ve got a new basketball game. Circle the correct words. I never read books my free time. on the phone 5. A: What time do you have lunch? 7. But she often / never 5. A: Does Saleh ride / rides his bike in the 9. lunch 3. talk d. B: Yeah. B: No thanks. B: I don’t like basketball very much. I doesn’t / don’t like sports. We always tidy our room the weekend. 2. I often (get) up late on Saturdays. a. Rob often goes out the evenings. guess what! 2. A: Does / Do your sister help with the housework? 4. 4. A: (1) B: What? Have you got a new game console? Score: /6 A: (2) D. 5. golf 2. This book is boring / exciting. Then 4. 8. Score: / 10 Score: /8 B. Don’t be silly. A: Do you / You do want to play tennis? A. Alya gets up six o’clock every day. dressed tidies her room. 5. Every afternoon Ted (go) A: What? (3) rollerblading. sometimes. listen and check your answers. Murad loves sports. Do you want to 1. My mother usually goes shopping Thursday mornings. Me too. c. What’s wrong? b. surf b. the washing-up B: At the weekend. B: Sorry. Lucy doesn’t help at home. 3. John never washes / brushes his teeth after lunch. 6. Well. have e. My friends (read) comics. My brother goes / plays mountain biking at the weekend. do a. 6. I love football. hang g. 2. ommunication  F. I don’t like it. on or at. 3. B: Oh. the Net B: Yes. You like computer games. comics afternoons? 10. 3 Round-up E. Tina (stay) at home on A: (4) Wednesdays and (watch) TV.

or pla y bas ket ball. and I don’t have bre akfast But. goes mountain biking. reads comics. a cousin Go round the class. I don’t. / No. say how often I do things does housework. plays baseball. talk and write about my favourite day of the week does karate. use prepositions of time watches TV. We eke nds are gre at! I jus t 49 . Then listen and check you r ans wers. I never do (4) t han g out But I don’t have tim e to jus abo ut. I do. sentences. Score: /5 weekend eight shopping homework ds in the hou sework Complete the rhyme with the wor box . or pla y volley ball We som etim es go (7) . wh at abo ut you? I have fun wit h my (6) . I’m always (2) rig ht aft er sch ool I always do (3) and tha t’s so coo l. say what sports I like/dislike use the Present Simple goes bowling. Now I can… plays table tennis. ask questions and complete the or a family member does in his/her free time.  fishing late friends My ever yday life! ays are bor ing ! We ekd ays are bor ing ! We ekd and the n I get dresse d I get up at (1) . I have lots to do The n com es the (5) . Do you surf the Net? Yes. Be the first to complete five of the sentences with different names and you’re the winner! Score: /5 TOTAL SCORE: / 55 surfs the Net. peak rite GAME Write a few sentences about what a classmate. talk about free-time activities / chores / daily routines collects coins or stamps. We never go (8) can’t wa it. Or do the thi ngs I’m cra zy .

Read again and write O for Omar. and we have Sunday usually dinner I always do my homework and together as a family. What can you guess about Omar’s and Cliff’s life? Listen. I usually In Saudi Arabia. I usually stay at home.. At the weekend. mate = friend 3. I go to school from seven to one.. On Fridays. In the ready for school on Sun t our afternoon.. On Sundays. In Britain. and in On weekdays.. and in the evenings. I do my homework or Dinner sometimes go out with my family. I go to school from nine till three. My nan On Saturdays. I hang out with friends. Italian. the evenings. On Saturdays. and we eat a lot of Lunch different kinds is usually at half of food like Indian.. is usually at seven.. I hang out at the mall or at the park with my friends. and Saturday. At the weekend. He visits his grandparents at the weekend. He likes different kinds of food. 3 Culture page A. and we eat Chinese. get visits. C for Cliff or B for Both. lossary 2. the weekend is Friday go shopping with my mates. 50 . Look at the pictures. the weekend is Saturday and Sunday. past one. we sometimes visi together.  Om a r Ah me d Cl iff Le wis The life of a typical The life of a typical Saudi teenager British teenager On weekdays. day .. 1. He always has dessert after lunch. He goes shopping with his friends. Sunday dinner = lunch on Sunday 5. He wakes up very early in the morning. grandparents and have lunch B. nan = grandmother 4. different kinds of food like chicken kabsa or saliq with lamb.. For dessert I always have some fruit and I usually have mint tea. read and check your answer.

A B to talk about the rooms in a house/flat to describe your bedroom to ask for permission and make requests to understand signs and notes to talk about rules to write about your house/flat D E 51 . 4 Where I live Discuss: Where can you find the following in this module? Go through the module and find the pictures.. Do you live in a small town or in a city? What’s it like? What is your house/flat like? C In this module you will learn..

000 two million 2 ead  A. It’s very popular! Windsor Castle is in the UK and it is one of the homes of Queen Elizabeth II. The whole palace is wooden. basement 374 three hundred and seventy-four stairs 4598 four thousand. 9 is a lucky number for the Chinese. The castle is over 900 years old. What do you know about these places? Listen. five hundred and ninety-eight 2. garage for 110 cars.  kitchen bedroom bathroom garden living room balcony upstairs downstairs garage B. It’s also got a lot of beautiful gardens all around. What a The Forbidden City in China is a huge palace with 9999 House ! rooms. There are 1000 rooms and a huge basement in the castle. Look at the pictures.6 million visitors visit it every year. Al-Murabba Palace in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is a big building with two floors. read and check your answers. Upstairs you can find King Abdul- Aziz’s office and you can see the King’s Istana Nurul Iman in Brunei personal lift – the first one in the whole is the home of the Sultan of Kingdom! Al-Murabba Palace is free to all Brunei.000. There are 5 swimming visitors and open from 9 am to 12 pm and pools. it is a museum and 1. 52 . a gym and there is a 2 pm to 9 pm from Sunday to Friday. Today. Listen and repeat. Look at the numbers. Listen and repeat. 4a Home sweet home 1 ocabulary A.

53 . Read again and answer the questions. B: No. downstairs.. Look at the two houses and find the differences. of course. downstairs. there isn’t. . How many rooms are there in Windsor Castle? 3. How many people visit the Forbidden City every year? 3 rammar There is / There are Affirmative negative questions short answers There’s a bathroom There isn’t a bathroom Is there a bathroom Yes. Go to pages 164-167 for extra grammar practice. there are two bedrooms. jacket? B: I don’t know. What is Istana Nurul Iman? 4. A: a green jacket in the wardrobe. Who lives in Windsor Castle? 2. Where is Al-Murabba Palace? 5. bathrooms downstairs. 2. A B 5 rite Choose one of the pictures above and describe it. / No. 1. A: two bedrooms in your flat? garden. but B: Yes. In house A. / No. there is. 4 peak GAME: Spot the differences. bathrooms downstairs. there aren’t. A: a museum in this city? 4. bathrooms downstairs? Complete with the correct form of there is / there are. But in house B there is one bedroom. downstairs? There are two There aren’t two Are there two Yes. Look! three cats in the 3. There is a. In house A. Where’s your blue of museums. there are two bedrooms. Do people live in the Forbidden City today? 7.B. 1. Talk in pairs. a lot a blue jacket.. there are. What can visitors see in Al-Murabba Palace? 6.

Prepositions of place Then listen and check your answers. 6. 2. 54 . 4. There is a magazine on / next to the coffee table. The orange lamp is in front of / between the bed and the desk. 3. 5. 7. There is an orange in / on the 1 3 4 fridge. in bed rug wall poster bookcase 1 2 4 on 3 under next to 5 bedroom armchair sofa lamp coffee table floor between in front of 1 2 4 3 behind living room 5 Look at the pictures in activity 1 and circle the correct words. to help you learn new vocabulary. washing machine fridge cooker table 1. The umbrella is behind / between the door. 4b Where is it? 2 rammar 1 ocabulary  Match the words with the items in the pictures. There is a clock next to / on the fridge. The clothes are behind / in front kitchen TIP! Draw or stick pictures in your notebook of the washing machine. The grey cat is on / under the 2 kitchen table.

. The lamp is blue. What is Bill looking for? Listen to the dialogue and find out. the book. Dad Well. My sister is crazy about clocks.. your game console is under Erm.. Tom My game console. Tom usually sits on Bill’s bed. Tom Well? Is it in my jacket? Bill Hi. Ask each other about the furniture and things you’ve got in your bedroom. Look at the picture. Tom My red jacket? Is it there? Tom Sorry. washing machine is in basement. Yes. Read again and write T for True or F for False.. Bill Hello? Bill OK. 2. B. What’s up? Bill No. 4. an or the. Tom I can’t find my game console. There is armchair in our living desk room. look on the floor.. B: No. 1. red clock is her In my bedroom I’ve got. please? Dad Where’s what? Bill OK. bookcase armchair 1. 3. Well. Tom.3 ead  A. There is a lamp on the coffee table.. She’s got red clock on her desk.. Tom Hi. The game console is at Bill’s house.. it isn’t on my desk. OK. so? Bill No. Bill Yeah. Tom What about the armchair next to your bed? Dad Tom. The game console isn’t in Tom’s jacket. 2. A: Is there washing machine clock Where is it? in kitchen? It’s next to my bookcase. 4 rammar 5 peak a/an. the Talk in pairs. Tom’s jacket is at Bill’s house. I have. Bill Oh.. Tom. and yellow clock on her bedroom wall. There’s a book. right? I usually sit there. Bill. Bill’s got an armchair next to his bed. it’s not there.. Maybe it’s at Tom But where is it then? your place. it isn’t. armchair is next to Have you got a desk in your bedroom? sofa. 55 . Can you look for it. Don’t get upset. lamp rug poster Complete the sentences with a. Go to pages 164-167 for extra grammar practice. Then read it out in groups. And it isn’t under my bed. Bill. 5. 3. Tom Look in my pocket then. favourite. Tom Yeah. It’s here after all. maybe it’s in your jacket pocket. 6 rite Write a few sentences about the furniture and orange clock next to her bed things you have got in your bedroom.

Listen to the dialogue. yeah.. can you go to the newsagent’s and buy a newspaper? Faiz The newsagent’s? Where is it? Is it far? Mum No.. post office supermarket Mum Faiz! Can you do me a favour? Faiz Sure. Faiz. Listen and number (1-10). I don’t need the newspaper now. Faiz Hello again. Mum. give them to me. Mum Sure. Mum.. I remember now. Can you do me another favour? Your dad needs a toothbrush. Faiz Hello? newsagent’s café Mum Faiz. 56 . OK. bookshop skatepark A bit later. Faiz OK. Then read it out in groups. but can I go to the skatepark? I want to go skateboarding with my friends. library shopping centre Mum Thanks a lot. Can you go to the supermarket and get him a new toothbrush? Faiz OK. Mum Sorry. Faiz Oh.. bank hospital Later. 4c My neighbourhood 1 ocabulary  2 ead  A. Mum. what? Mum Can you take these books to the library for me? I’m busy. it’s near the skatepark.

in the park.request) B: • Yes. A: Can I use • Sure. Look at that T-shirt. you can’t. can’t go skateboarding in the 1. etc. • I don’t think that’s a good idea.. A: Where are your sisters? I me B: ’re over there. no problem. The girl can make dinner tonight. Faiz’s dad wants a newspaper from the 4. game console. Ted is a nice person. pronouns pronouns 2. Faiz Excuse me. Brad wants to go to the bookshop. Do you remember him? The verb can (permission . you can. use / computer. Give me the phone. • Of course you can. The boys can’t play football Faiz’s mum end. mobile. 4 peak Talk in pairs. it it 4. Take turns to ask for permission or make requests and answer. I need a book. B. Can you see ? you you he him 3. library. Do you like ? we us you you 5. I’m tired. Read again and match to make true sentences. We’re closed. I’m afraid not. etc. TIP! Don’t forget to look at the examples and to use the prompts given. you can’t. • I’m sorry. A: Sana’s on the phone.. 3 rammar Personal Pronouns Complete using personal pronouns. is very nice. Misty can sit on the sofa. Use the prompts below and your own ideas. go / supermarket. your mobile? B: • No. give me / pencil. Can you go to the library? Even later. A: Who’s Roger? B: He’s my cousin. etc. Faiz wants a new toothbrush. 57 . I want to buy . they them Go to pages 168-170 for extra grammar practice. she her B: OK. 5 isten  Listen and write T for True or F for False. wants to go to the skatepark. SUBJECT OBJECT 1. library. • I’m afraid not. wants to talk to . pen. book. Man Yes? Can I help you? Faiz Can I come in? Man I’m afraid not. can’t take the books to the 2. newsagent’s. I want to read . 3. bookshop. Give that newspaper.

4d Places to visit 1 ead 3 Read the texts 1-7 and match them with the sentences a-k. Don’t bring animals. Don’t use your mobile phone. Don’t climb the fences. Wear a helmet. k. Buy a ticket here. f. Don’t eat or drink. 58 . Call a friend. i. c. Don’t run. g. Don’t feed the animals. e. Leave at six o’clock. 1 2 4 6 5 7 a. b. j. d. Don’t touch the paintings. h.

g. Hashim wants to go rollerblading but he hasn’t got 6 rite Think of a place (e. please. a museum. please. Close the window. b 3 ocabulary Complete the sentences with the words in the box. I don’t like them. what time does the match ? d 3.  down and your books. Dialogue 1 Dialogue 3 4. The children love parrots. I don’t skirts. please! Complete the sentences using the words in the box and the Imperative. 2. There are a lot of colourful fish at the . teacher. Then listen and check your answers. c wear zoo tickets aquarium begin knee pads 1. 6.  off the lights before you leave the room. please. Which letters are Affirmative negative silent? mustn’t climb Open the door! Don’t open the door! Sit down! Don’t stand up! B. your classroom) and write three sentences .  your camera in the art gallery. 5. with Do’s and Don’ts. 6. He’s late a again! Go to pages 168-170 for extra grammar practice. 59 . A: Where are the for the basketball Dialogue 2 Dialogue 4 game? B: I think they’re on the kitchen table. 4.  your room now! It’s a mess! 3. 5. open not use call sit not talk 5 isten  Listen and match. Read the words and underline the silent letters. know castle tonight talk NOTE: listen eight design knee We can use ‘please’ to be more polite. 2. Let’s take them to the . 2 rammar ronunciation  Imperative 4 A.  in class! to your understand the main ideas. Where are the people? turn listen tidy TIP! Listen for key words to 1. Listen and repeat.  John right now. Excuse me.

4e My house 1 ocabulary Listen and repeat. Where is Tina’s bedroom? th seventh }6th sixth }5 th fifth }4 th fourth }3 rd third }2 nd second }1st first a b }ground floor 60 . Choose picture a or b. What floor does Tina live on? } 21st twenty-first } 20 th twentieth } 19th nineteenth } 18th eighteenth } 17th seventeenth } 16th sixteenth a b } 15th fifteenth } 14 2. 1.  2 isten  Listen to Tina talking about her new flat and answer the questions. What can Tina see from th fourteenth her bedroom window? } 13th thirteenth } 12th twelfth } 11 th eleventh } 10th tenth }9th ninth a b }8 th eighth }7 3.

. Use the information from activity B. What’s your favourite room? C... 1... House or flat? Floor? What floor is your flat on? Big or small? It’s on the. my bedroom: bed / desk / bookcase TIP! Remember to use prepositions In my bedroom of place (in. (number+Street/Road). my sister and our five parrots. commas and and to list things. it’s like we’re at the zoo! Our parrots are very noisy but I love them. don’t forget to use: there is/there are and have got/has got. Read and use the prompts to make sentences. on. When writing a description of a house/flat. Favourite room? What’s in it? Have you got a garden/balcony? ... The view from the balcony is fantastic! My favourite room is the living room. Then talk in pairs. my house: two bedrooms / small living room / kitchen / bathroom In my house I live at. Is your house/flat big or small? Number of bedrooms? Number of bathrooms? . next to. In the living room there’s a sofa. Address House or flat? Floor? Big or small? Number of bedrooms? Number of bathrooms? Balcony? yes no Favourite room? What’s in it? B. Where do you live? I live at. Write a description of your house/flat. What’s in it? Description of a house/flat . etc. go to the Workbook p.. In my bedroom there’s a bed. In my flat there are two bathrooms. My flat has got two bathrooms. 3 peak & rite A. When we sit and watch TV. D. Our flat is on the third floor and it is quite big. My house 2.. There are three bedrooms.. First.) My bedroom 61 . 131 and complete the plan. two armchairs.. Read the description below and complete the notes.. How many bedrooms/bathrooms Garden? yes no Balcony? yes no are there? There are. a kitchen. The flat has also got a big balcony. under. Address Do you live in a house or flat? I live in a.. a TV and a big cage for our parrots.. Complete the notes below about your house/flat.. a living room and a bathroom. a bookcase and a TV... ..  I live at 33 Plough Road with my parents.

Husain lives on / at the first floor. 1. an or the. B: Where? 2. Complete with a. please. Give your pencil. Can you do me a favour? restaurants and big supermarket. A: ’re next to him. B: (3) 2. Can I take pictures in the art gallery? B: No. Jameela. A: Look. (5) B: Five. but a supermarket and a bookshop. rammar Score: /3 C. B. Thanks a lot. Let’s help . I’ve got a new poster in / on my room. 3. Can you see . please. The bikes are upstairs / downstairs in the basement. Then next to my bedroom. D. Complete the table. what? A: Really? five bathrooms. turn off not use open 6. six hundred and eighty-two Score: /4 43rd F. G. A: (1) 1. room / bathroom. It’s very hot today. Complete using personal pronouns. What’s up? f.000. the window. Score: /7 4. 2. Those are Alfred’s sisters. Can I help you? lamp is very old. Your sunglasses are on / in the floor. 2. 1. Score: /6 e. The new shopping centre has got three c. your mobile phone when the lecture Score: /6 begins. 1. your mobile phone in class. Complete with the correct form of there is/are. There’s usually a sofa or an armchair in every living and the Imperative. My sister’s bedroom is between / next to my parents’ fifty-first bedroom and the bathroom. Complete the sentences using the words in the box 5. In living room there’s orange lamp. My house is very big. 4. Joe’s shoes are under / behind the door. A: Of course. A. d. There are 900 rooms in the flat / palace. please! 3. 1. (4) house? B: I can’t do my Maths homework. 9175 1. now? 3. Circle the correct words. Excuse me. I’m afraid not. A: Sure. two bathrooms. B: Yes? (2) A: a newsagent’s near your house? A: Yes. 3. 11th 4. listen and check your answers. B: (6) Score: /6 Score: / 12 62 . a.000 3. is very nice. 2. Complete the dialogues with the sentences a-f. Look at that poster. There’s a new rug / wall in my bedroom. can’t find my pencil. 4 Round-up ocabulary E. 2. 3. That boy can’t climb the fence. Let’s buy . Score: /6 2. 1. silly. Choose the correct words. bathroom is ommunication  H. The skatepark is far / popular from my house. A: How many bedrooms in your new A: Hey. too? B: Can you help me? B: No. There’s bathroom upstairs. b.

describe my bedroom What’s your favourite room? ask for permission and make requests . Has it got a.. oh yes (4) floo r / wa ll Colour ful pos ter s all ove r the r but tha t’s not all (5) Clo the s / Rug s on the floo (6) hel me t / kne e pad s Boo ks. Then listen and check your answers. ups tairs You can fin d my spa ce at my g out the re! My frie nds and I always han 63 . gym.. peak rite Talk in pairs. do you kno w er a big mess OK. etc.. gam es and my new is Dad’s comput ers.? talk about the rooms in my house/flat . It’s TOTAL SCORE: / 60 got twenty bedrooms and ten bathrooms.. understand signs and notes talk about rules write about my house/flat Score: /5 Read the rhyme and circle the correct words. favourite room How many rooms has your dream house got? Score: /5 My dream house is huge. Talk about the following: number of rooms number of floors garden.. balcony swimming pool. What’s your dream house like? Write a description of your dream house.? . the re’s (3) always / nev ! But I love it tha t wa y. but one of the m The re are two (7) off ices / (8) roo m / hou se.. Now I can… How many floors.....  My Space abo ut a pla ce Lis ten up! Let me tell you the re bec aus e it’s my spa ce You usually (1) see / fin d me magaz ine s / com ics I sur f the Net and rea d (2) wh at I me an? It’s my spa ce.

On the first three levels you can find a big shopping centre with more than 180 shops! Moreover. It is the third tallest building in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and it has got 44 floors. There is also a huge 5-star hotel with 224 rooms. What can you find at the top of Al-Faisaliah Tower? 64 . Where can you stay in Al-Faisaliah Tower? 4. there is an enormous underground hall for wedding receptions! 1. How many floors are there for offices? 3. 4 Culture page Read the text and answer the questions. How many floors has Al-Faisaliah Tower got? 2. How many fast food restaurants can you find in Al-Faisaliah Tower? 6. In fact. on level three you can choose to have a snack at one of the 25 fast food restaurants. At the top of the building there is a huge golden sphere called The Globe. Even below the ground level. Saudi Arabia.  Al-Faisaliah Tower is a skyscraper in Riyadh. Where can you go shopping in Al-Faisaliah Tower? 5. There are 100 flats in the building and there are 30 floors for offices. it is a luxurious restaurant with an amazing view of the city.

. No. I'm not. she isn't. He is my friend. Where. I have got I've got Are you? Yes. .?: We ask questions about people.Grammar Reference Hello Possessive adjectives PERSONAL POSSESSIVE Plural nouns PRONOUNS ADJECTIVES • We form the plural of most nouns by adding -s to I my the end of the word. t. they are. He is He’s He is not He isn’t She is She's She is not She isn't It is It’s It is not It isn’t Module 2 We are We’re We are not We aren’t You are You're You are not You aren't The verb have got They are They’re They are not They aren’t We use the verb have got: • to express possession. he isn’t. • How are you?: We ask about someone’s health or Affirmative negative to find out someone’s news. • What. No. No.?.?. Module 1 What's your favourite school subject? PE. we are. without an orange an apple articles. you are. You have got You've got Are they? Yes.. Affirmative Is she? Yes. No. thanks. His name is Emad. No. e.. Question Words (Who. ). they aren’t. Mary has got fair hair.?: We ask questions about places. you your a book a pencil they their • We use an when the next word begins with a vowel sound (a. Her name is Emma. No. Who's that? My friend Kim. x. u).?: We ask questions about things.. • Where. • We use that to point out a person. animal or thing How. you aren't. you your book  books chair  chairs he his a/an she her • We use a when the next word begins with a it its we our consonant sound (s. full forms short forms full forms short forms How are you? Fine. we aren’t.?: We ask about someone’s age. • Possessive adjectives go before nouns.. it isn’t.?. I am. That girl over there is Aisha. I am I'm I am not I'm not • How old. full forms short forms Is it? Yes. What. Am I? Yes.. animals and actions. • We use this to point out a person. No. This / That She is my friend. i. animals and things. she is.... animal or thing that is close to us.. Are we? Yes. Is he? Yes. No. it is.?) that is far from us. You have got You've got They have got They've got 65 .. you are. he is. This is a book. He has got He's got She has got She's got It has got It's got We usually use short forms when we speak and full We have got We've got forms when we write. o. you aren't. • to describe people.. QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS I’ve got a computer. Are you? Yes. The verb be Where are you from? I'm from Saudi Arabia.. You are You're You are not You aren't How old are you? I’m thirteen years old. .... • Who.

it can’t. they can’t. • most nouns take -s (in the Can you draw? Yes. • nouns ending in a country  countries Can they draw? Yes. you haven’t. • nouns ending in -f or -fe. We can draw We cannot/can’t draw Have they got? Yes. we haven’t. It can draw It cannot/can’t draw Have you got? Yes. -sh. you have. No. She can draw She cannot/can’t draw Have we got? Yes. No. he can. she has. you can.  e use the Present Simple for •W person  people It speaks mouse  mice habits or actions that happen We speak fish  fish regularly. he can’t. No. you can’t. No. you haven’t. in -ss. • nouns ending in -s. it has. I watch  she watches I go  she goes Those boys over there are my friends. No. No. I speak  he speaks I like  he likes take -s • We use those to point out people.. I can’t. Grammar Reference negative • We use the possessive case to express possession. you can. No. No. I can. He has not got He hasn't got My parents’ computer is black. cat  cats plural) Can he draw? Yes. they have. they haven’t. drop the I play  it plays Whose book is this? It’s my book. No. -o take -es • verbs ending I study  he studies Possessive Case . box  boxes Can it draw? Yes..  tooth  teeth She speaks These are old umbrellas. We add only ’ to plural nouns ending in -s. -o. you can’t. take -es watch  watches Can we draw? Yes. -ch. animals or Formation of the 3rd person singular (he/she/it) things that are close to us. consonant + -y. Have you got? Yes. He plays They speak These / Those tennis at the weekend. he hasn’t. You speak I watch TV every day. they can. I can draw I cannot/can’t draw Has he got? Yes. Can you draw? Yes. No. You speak foot  feet He speaks This is an old umbrella. No. full forms short forms We form the possessive case by adding ’s to a singular noun. -x. -sh. I haven’t. animals. • most verbs These are my books. you have. You have not got You haven't got This is my sister’s pencil. + -y. She has not got She hasn't got It has not got It hasn't got Let’s We have not got We haven't got To make suggestions we use Let’s + the base form of You have not got You haven't got the verb. -ch.Whose. it can. He can draw He cannot/can’t draw Has it got? Yes. or • verbs ending things that are far from us. it hasn’t. computer  computers Can she draw? Yes. I have. No. No. she can. drop the -y BUT and take -ies boy  boys • We use the verb can to express ability: He can swim. No. No. -x. she hasn’t. No. we can. • We use these to point out people. she can’t. we have. QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS The verb can affirmative negative Have I got? Yes. I have not got I haven't got This is Saad’s book. You can draw You cannot/can’t draw They can draw They cannot/can’t draw Plural forms QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS REGULAR NOUNS Can I draw? Yes. They have not got They haven't got Let’s paint a picture. -y and take -ies 66 . You can draw You cannot/can’t draw Has she got? Yes. he has. we can’t. scarf  scarves take -ves Module 3 Present Simple irREGULAR NOUNS man  men Affirmative woman  women • Adjectives do not have a I speak child  children plural form.? in a consonant BUT • We use whose to ask about possession.

there is.. No. specific. When to ask questions don’t refer to a specific item. the bag. • We use the with singular or plural nouns NOTE: We use When to ask about time when we talk about something or someone in (when something happens). and request information: There is a lamp in the room. between The pencil is between the book and Do we speak? Yes. I go home and play computer games. he does. Prepositions of time (at ./No. There isn’t an What do you do after school? armchair in the room. • Questions which begin with Do/Does have a Personal Pronouns Yes/No answer. She speaks She does not speak She doesn't speak Is there a swimming pool in the palace? It speaks It does not speak It doesn't speak • We use there are before plural nouns. No. full forms short forms plural Are there. Does she speak? Yes.? Yes. No. No. a / an.. The black car is my father’s. No. Do you speak? Yes. Every day after school. Husain doesn’t always have breakfast. you don't. you don’t. He speaks He does not speak He doesn't speak There's a bathroom upstairs. I speak I do not speak I don't speak You speak You do not speak You don't speak • We use there is before singular nouns.in . she does. it doesn’t. I don't. NOTE: No -s in the 3rd person singular after does/doesn't. they don’t. No. we don’t. This scarf is beautiful. Nasira is never late for school. No. We place them: You you • before the main verb.on) Module 4 six o’clock / half past two at noon / night / midday / midnight There is / There are the weekend(s) AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE in t he morning / afternoon / evening my free time full short full short forms forms forms forms Saturday on Friday morning / afternoon. in front of The table is in front of the sofa. Does he speak? Yes. we do. I do. Do you speak? Yes. Do you go bowling at the weekend? Yes. under The cat is under the car. What. singular There is There’s There is not There isn’t weekdays plural There are  There are not There aren’t QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS Present Simple Affirmative negative singular Is there. Where. No. you do. on The book is on the desk. We speak We do not speak We don't speak There are ten bedrooms in the castle. there are. next to The pencil is next to the book. When do you play baseball? We’ve got two cars. they do. she doesn't. They them John often plays football on Thursdays. You speak You do not speak You don't speak Are there two bins in the classroom? They speak They do not speak They don't speak QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS Prepositions of place Do I speak? Yes. you do. They always go after verbs. Does it speak? Yes. in The book is in the bag. he doesn’t. there isn’t.. etc. there aren’t.? Yes. I like it! 67 . the • We use a/an before singular nouns when we Present Simple with Wh-questions mention them for the first time or when we • We use Who. it does. • after the verb be. Do they speak? Yes. Subject pronouns Object pronouns I me Adverbs of frequency You you * *** **** ***** He him She her never sometimes often usually always It it We use adverbs of frequency to talk about how We us often we do something. behind The cat is behind the car. No. • We use object pronouns as objects of verbs.. No.

they have. you can't. he has. Student A: Look at the pictures for a minute and close your book. Listen to the teacher! Don't speak! • We use the imperative to ask someone to do something. please! Pair work activities 2a emory ame Talk in pairs. please? Imperative • We form the imperative with the base form of the verb. Have Ian and James got rollerblades? Yes. Sami James Damon Ian Has Sami got a black mobile phone? Has Damon got a camera? Yes. Student B: Ask Student A questions and see how much he/she remembers. No. • to make a request: Can I speak to Paul. can I go out? • to give or refuse permission: Yes. Answer Student B’s questions. he hasn’t. you can. Grammar Reference The verb can (permission-request) We use can: • to ask for permission: Mum. 68 . Open your books. / No. We form the negative form with don’t + base form. We can use ‘please’ to be more polite.

that is in the activity. punctuation and capital letters. they are verbs. Outside the class How to learn better outside the class Read • Read the dialogues and texts from your book and How to do better when doing reading listen to your CD. • Read the text carefully to understand specific details. newspapers in English.) to avoid . etc. try to predict what kind of • When you learn new words. try to predict what the text is sometimes record yourself.example sentences.tips and/or rules in your language.Learning Tips In class Speak How to learn better in class How to do better when doing speaking tasks • Look at your teacher and the board and take notes. e. • Write neatly. she.write the translation in your language. • Practise the spelling and pronunciation of new • While listening. look at the pictures and read the . you must remember if information is missing. asked to write. them. • Watch documentaries in English. questions and answers carefully. Check make.g. adjectives. • Speak in English as much as possible. check your writing. nouns. • Try to use words you have recently learnt when you speak or write. tasks . answer. • Plan your writing and make notes before • Have a grammar notebook. • Before you listen. How to do better when doing listening Together with the English word: . • Read selected texts from magazines and • Try to guess the meaning of unknown words. correct just because the speakers mention a word • Look up unknown words in a dictionary. • Read the text quickly to understand the main • Read websites in English. • Study the vocabulary and grammar and then do • Look for key words in the text to understand the your homework. . you write. • Use the prompts given. • Use pronouns (he. main ideas. don’t assume that an answer is words. Listen carefully before you • Regularly revise words you have learnt. • Ask your teacher when you don’t understand. it. • Speak only in English. • Take part in pair and group work activities.important grammatical points repeating the same words. verb+noun) not just are going to talk about. isolated words. • Make a note of grammatical errors that you often • After you finish. • Use grammar tables. spelling. linking words. etc.write an example sentence. • While listening. word order. not every single word. • Put words in groups or use diagrams. • Before you listen. • Listen carefully to your teacher and the CD. about with the help of the pictures. try to predict what the speakers • Learn whole phrases (eg. • Use the language you have learnt. • Decide in which part of the text you can find the information you need. • Look at the example given. • Don’t be afraid to make mistakes when you speak.draw or stick a picture. irregular verbs. 69 . idea. • Join your ideas with and and but. Vocabulary How to learn vocabulary better Listen • Write down new words in a notebook. try to understand the general idea. • Refer to the Word List. grammar and vocabulary. Write How to do better when doing writing Grammar tasks How to learn grammar better • Make sure you understand what you are • Refer to the Grammar Reference. • Before you listen. In it write: . tasks • Read the dialogues and texts aloud and • Before you read.

.. shop assistant volleyball green Yes..... pizza famous computer Look at the board restaurant favourite desk Open your books uncle like pen Read the text welcome play pencil Sit down Occupations player pencil case Speak....... What day is it? woman Hi Where are you from? What’s the time? Classroom objects How do you say.? pink but clock 1e purple new sorry age red thanks today be good at white too Time cool yellow Countries-Nationalities a quarter to / past Titles Family Brazil – Brazilian am Miss baby China – Chinese half past Mr brother Egypt .. bus driver team rubber Stand up chef together ruler Talk in pairs delivery person very sharpener What colour is.Egyptian midday Mrs 70 .. / nurse football black My name’s. of course.. Word list Hello father/dad England – English midnight and grandfather France – French noon apple grandmother Greece – Greek o’clock boy grandparents Italy – Italian pm classmate mother/mum Jordan – Jordanian Days of the week door parents Mexico – Mexican Sunday first name sister Morocco – Moroccan Monday friend Countries-Nationalities Saudi Arabia – Saudi Arabian Tuesday girl Australia – Australian Spain – Spanish Wednesday here Canada – Canadian Phrases Thursday man Ireland – Irish And you? Friday orange New Zealand – New Zealander (I’m) fine Saturday school South Africa – South African How are you? Phrases student UK – British I’m from..? doctor Sports Numbers 0-100 What does this word mean? housewife basketball Colours What’s your name? I’m..? aunt all bin How old are you? I’m. taxi driver Phrases grey waiter What’s your favourite... Good evening teacher Phrases Nice to meet you Good morning there Can you repeat that..... Good afternoon surname USA – American I live in. please? Not bad Good night umbrella Close your books Really? Goodbye/Bye window Hello This is...? orange 1a 1c Who. come also board (years old) cousin athlete book I don’t understand great be crazy about chair Listen.. police officer swimming blue What’s your phone number? secretary tennis brown Write.. in English? 1b 1d bag How do you spell..

3a Be quiet trendy No problem after Don’t be silly wardrobe Of course not again It’s OK woman – women Thank you amazing Me too Clothes and accessories That’s all right art gallery No way abaya Well...Ms belt 2d different School subjects dress Arabic every Arabic (head)scarf artist make Art hoody become say English jacket come back study Geography jeans competition visit History jumper cook (v) watch TV Islamic Studies leggings do weekday Maths sandals draw weekend PE shoes fantastic Daily routines Science skirt graphic designer brush my teeth T-shirt paint (v) do my homework 2a thobe painter get dressed bike trainers painting get home camera trousers really get up cap 2c ride a bike go to bed computer game call ride a horse go to school game console go skateboard (v) have a shower mobile phone house so have breakfast/lunch/dinner modern tail speak a language Phrases nice very much swim What about you? rollerblades wing take pictures 3b skateboard Parts of the body talent at all small arm tonight bored sunglasses ear use a computer boring thing eye well (adv) exciting watch (n) face winner (great) fun Phrases foot – feet 2e hate Are you sure? hand best friend hour Look! head Appearance idea Wait! leg chubby later 2b mouth dark or a lot of nose fair other beautiful tooth – teeth hair stop big Pets long tired check out cat old Sports child – children parrot short do athletics colourful rabbit slim do gymnastics comfortable snake tall go mountain biking fish – fish spider young go skiing love Phrases Phrases play baseball man – men Come on What does he/she look like? play golf old I don’t know Well done play table tennis person – people I think. design (n) What’s wrong? 71 .. Phrases present Let’s.....

huge Well? ticket What time.? in What’s up? touch When.. etc.? skatepark in the end 4b supermarket You see after all Phrases 3e find do someone a favour about look for Excuse me buy maybe I’m afraid not 72 . feed pet garden bookshop Phrases hoover kitchen café I live at... take out the rubbish lift hospital tidy my room living room library wash the car stairs newsagent’s Phrases upstairs post office Anyway Phrases shopping centre Guess what! How many..... Word list 3c shop (n) place Sure! before stay at home pocket Thanks a lot early Hobbies poster 4d late collect coins/comics/stamps rug animal park do arts and crafts (get) upset aquarium when do karate wall begin Free-time activities go fishing Furniture and appliances bring go bowling go rollerblading armchair climb go out make jewellery bed drink (v) go shopping make model planes bookcase eat hang out with friends make paper flowers coffee table fence listen to the radio cooker free play board games 4a fridge helmet read magazines building lamp knee pads surf the Net castle sofa leave talk on the phone city table lecture watch documentaries floor washing machine match (n) Phrases gym Phrases run In my free time...? lucky 4c turn off 3d million another wear argue museum closed without be a mess office far zoo believe over for 4e busy palace get address don’t mind popular give cage flat swimming pool near ground floor help (out) thousand need noisy just visitor neighbourhood quite lazy Parts of a house/flat newspaper road want to balcony now street Chores basement remember view clean the windows bathroom take Ordinals do housework bedroom toothbrush first do the washing downstairs Places in a city second do the washing-up garage bank third..

Full Blast 1 Workbook The Workbook contains: • A variety of exercises practising grammar and vocabulary • Tasks practising functions and language used for communication • Extra reading material • Writing development • Projects • Consolidation section • Self-assessment • Writing section .

as in the example. Look at the picture and write. one desk 74 . Complete with capital or lower case letters. B. Hello A.

It’s 020 4478 8912.S .T . seventeen 7. Look at the board. b. How do you spell your first name? d. S . 5. Blue. d. Complete the blanks. 2. of course. Yes. 140 D. 11 8. Open your book! sentences a-f. 50 3. 7. What’s your phone number? b. How old are you? c. 6. 4. c. Talk in pairs. 75 .I . I’m Hassan. 3. 46 6. 1.M . 1. ninety-eight 2.H . M . please? E.I . 1. Read the text. 4.A. twenty-two 22 5. Match. Can you repeat that. f. 2.C. What colour is this? g. 3.R . 5. e. Sit down. Complete with the a. What’s your name? a. sixty-one 4. f. I’m 12. please.N.O . 6. I don’t understand.A . How do you spell your surname? e.

B: It’s . as in the example. A: What’s ? B: It’s a book . A: What’s ? 6. A: What’s this ? 2. 4. B: It’s . 1. A: What’s ? B: It’s . father 3. F. 76 . G. A: What’s ? 3. Then answer the questions. B: It’s . B: It’s . Look at the pictures and complete the questions with this or that. grandmother 2. brother Ali 4. A: What’s ? 5. Complete Ali’s family tree with the words in the box. mother grandfather sister parents grandparents 1.

Find five countries and five nationalities in the grid. Then write them under the correct heading. 1. ryge 3.H. clabk 8. nipk 2. reppul 9. Countries A U S T R A L I A N M G O I N U O E S I E A B R E S K U K E R P R E W T Y R P S I S I L Z R U D A H C O T A C A N A D A A U I N E L S G E R N F S D N I R I S H Nationalities I R H U S A N T L E T C A N A D I A N W I. elub 10. hetwi 6. genre 5. garone 77 . lolywe 4. wronb 7. dre 11. Unscramble and write the colours.

78 . I’m . I’m from . Hi. I’m . I’m from . I’m . I’m 14 years old from live but and I’m a (6) student here! Ameer and I are classmates. Jordan Egypt I’m from . I’m from (4) Greece Saudi new but I (5) in London. My name is Kostas. Italy I’m from . 1a Where are you from? A. I’m Jordanian . Look and complete with the countries and nationalities. I’m (2) Jeddah (3) I live in London. I’m from . Brazil I’m . I’m Ameer and I’m (1) . France I’m from . B. I’m from Jordan . Hello. I’m . Morocco Spain China I’m . I’m . I’m from . Complete with the words in the box.

Gadi Oh. Hello James. We Canadian. A: Is that sister? B: No. How are you? c. Diana and I are sisters. Where are you from? a. 3. A: I’m Nurah. Kathy and I are friends. I’m fine. E. Name: Surname: Age: years old Nationality: Live in: Phone number: 79 . I’m fourteen years old. 4. 2. you Australian? Tina No. I live in London. 2. 5. 3. Roberts. 1. 1. Complete the dialogues with the correct form of the verb be. b. This is James. your or our. Bill. D. Angie Hi. Angie I Australian. And you? F. Nice to meet you. Complete the form with your personal information and stick a photo of yourself. we classmates. 5. but we friends. Match. I . I’m from Italy. Gadi you James? Tom No.I Tom. 3. Complete with my. What’s name? B: name is Huda. What’s your surname? f. thanks. 2. surname is Smith. It’s my pencil. we . 1. 6. I’m Frank and this is brother. How old are you? d. e. Gerard you and Brian classmates? Oliver No.C. I live in Abha. 4. This isn’t pencil. This is Stella.

 from Saudi Arabia? a. aren’t a. They are 4. 4. ? ? 3. This is my friend. She b. new. Mike is a . This is Nancy. This is my umbrella. Osamah is a . 1. She’s 80 . from France. a nurse. Bob is a . 1b He’s a chef A. He my dad. 7. He is b. 5. They’re American. 2. a. are b. Rayan is a . guess the job and complete the sentences. Greg is a . Is he 2. He’s my uncle. ? ? 5. Are they b. They British. Charles is a . is b. 6. Kelly. am a. She’s a. ? ? 1. isn’t a. a. Look at the objects. 6. It’s 3.  a chef? a. isn’t b. B. He’s b. Choose a or b. Ameer and I friends. 8. You’re b.

She’s my mother. 1. 4. 81 . Rita That’s we / our teacher. He’s twelve years old. 5. C. Rita Yes. Faten and Rana / 4. he isn’t. Aminah Are they your classmates? Kyle Is that your / our brother? Kate Is she / her new? Fatima No. names? Fatima Huda and Lamya. Kyle How old is he? Williams. 2. E. T  his is our restaurant. 2. We’re from Ireland. H  arvey / 3. D. Then look at the pictures and answer the questions. 3. S ameer / nurse? delivery person? Is Harvey a 2. Circle the correct words. 3. Aminah What are her / their Jake His / He’s 20 years old. His / Her name is Jenny sisters. Brad and Max / police teachers? officers? delivery person? No. that’s your / my cousin. He’s a shop assistant. they’re / their my Jack No. 1. They are my cousins. Use the prompts to make questions. 6. You’re a housewife. Write the negative form of the sentences. as in the example. 1.

c. 4. E C D D V I A T I N T Y F A L D P U W E 4. 2. U T H U R S D A Y A P N Y M Z A T Y X Y 7. it’s 2 o’clock. Find the seven days of the week in the grid. e. Match. It’s midnight. Y R P Y K A Y R N S 5. What’s the time? 5. 1. Then write the days in order. 1 4 06:30 2 5 12:40 3 6 07:05 C. B. Good night! Good afternoon! D. T U E S D A Y K O W 1. 82 . 2. 1c Day and night A. 3. 3. Goodbye. Bye. It’s Monday. That’s my pencil! 4. Oh. Complete with the Good evening! Good morning! phrases in the box. What day is it today? 1. Sami. A S O N J R E A R D 3. Is it noon? a. sorry. b. Look at the clocks and write the time. d. SUNDAY H O R U I F H S P E 2. M O N D A Y R D U D 6. No.

He’s very (2) . Who’s / What’s your favourite colour? 2. he plays football. Who’s / What’s your favourite sport? 83 . Circle the correct words. Who’s / What’s your favourite football player? 5. Complete with the words in the box. Then answer the questions. They’re great! C. team crazy favourite famous player Frank Who’s your (1) athlete? Salman I like Mustafa Al-Harbi. 1d Get sporty! A. Frank Is he a tennis (3) ? Salman No. Then match with the correct picture. He’s great! Frank Who? Salman Mustafa Al-Harbi. Who’s / What’s your favourite day of the week? 4. 1 lvaylbloel 2 nitsne 3 bfolotal 4 aslalebbtk 5 imnwgism a b c d e B. I’m (4) about football. Unscramble the words and find the sports. Frank What’s your favourite (5) ? Salman Al-Rabie. 1. Who’s / What’s your favourite teacher? 3.

are you 10 years old 2. Look at the pictures and complete the crossword with the school subjects. is that mr jackson 84 . as in the example. is it sunday today 4. 1e I’m a student A. Write what subject you are good at and what subject you aren’t good at. C. but he isn’t good at PE. Khalid is good at Art. 9 1 2 3 1 4 5 6 7 8 8 9 7 2 3 6 4 5 B. i’m not good at history 3. ken and james are from ireland 5. Rewrite the sentences by adding punctuation and capitals where necessary. a ndy and i live in london 6. but I’m not good at Art. I’m good at PE. Then write about a friend. 1.

I’m not. No. Mr Al-Amri. Are you a new student? d. No. Sami. Complete with the sentences a-d. a. I’m very good at it. Where are you from? b. ha! (3) 85 . You’re good at Geography and PE. d. Arabic is my favourite subject. 3. c. b. 2. Match. 4. What’s your favourite subject? c. Wow. 1. 5. English. Jason? Look. I’m not. E. (2) Are you good at it. Sami! (4) Ha.D. You aren’t good at PE. Are you good at Maths? e. I’m from South Africa. Geography is my favourite subject. I‘m a teacher. Who’s your favourite teacher? a. I like PE. (1) No.

1 Round-up

A. Put the words under the correct heading.

Sunday swimming Saudi Brazil waiter Egypt basketball Monday French
tennis Morocco Chinese Wednesday secretary taxi driver

Sports Nationalities Jobs Days of the week Countries

B. Circle the correct words.

I’m (1) Spanish / Spain but I live in London. My mother My friend Marco is very (5) good / not good at football.
is a (2) classmate / teacher and my father is a His mother is a nurse and his father is a (6) restaurant
football (3) person / player. He is very good but he / chef. Marco’s Italian and he’s crazy (7) about / for
isn’t (4) favourite / famous. pizza.

C. Complete with the correct form of the verb be.

1. Maria Hello, Nancy. This Marta and 4. Eva Who Mrs Madison?
this Carla. Lydia She the new English teacher.

Nancy Hi. you from Mexico? 5. B rian you from the USA?
Carla No, we .I from Harry No, I .I Canadian.
Spain and she from Egypt. 6. Ted they doctors?
2. Andy How you? Amro No, they . They

Matt I fine, thanks. nurses.

3. Ahmed What the time? it 7. Jack Nabil good at Maths?

three o’clock? Toby No, he . He very
good at History.
Hamid No, it . It half past
two.

D. Choose a or b.

1. Wendy and I are classmates. favourite 4. Ammar and Faisal are brothers. father is a
subject is Maths. police officer.
a. We’re b. Our a. Their b. Your
2. This is my cousin. name is Abdullah. 5. Angie isn’t Italian. is from Canada.
a. Their b. His a. Her b. She
3. This is my favourite book. great. 6. Is this book?
a. It’s b. Its a. you b. your

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E. What’s the time? Look and complete.
11 12 1
10 2
1 09:30 It’s half past nine. 4 9 3 It’s ten to eleven.
8 4
7 5
6
11 12 1
10 2
2 9 3 It’s a quarter past five. 5 03:40
8 4
7 5
6

11 12 1
10 2
3 08:00 6 9 3 It’s one o’clock.
8 4
7 5
6

F. Choose a or b.
1. Where are you from? 5. What’s the time?
a. China. b. Chinese. a. I’m ten. b. It’s half past ten.

2. How are you? 6. Mark! It’s 11pm!
a. Thanks. b. Not bad. a. Good night. b. Good morning.

3. Hello. I’m Hassan. 7. Who’s your favourite teacher?
a. Nice to meet you. b. I’m fine, thanks. a. English. b. Mrs Smith.

4. What’s your favourite subject? 8. What’s your favourite sport?
a. School. b. Geography. a. Volleyball. b. Player.

G. Read and write T for True or F for False.

My name is Pablo and my friend’s name is Yassir. He’s 16 years old and he’s from Saudi Arabia. We’re
classmates. We like basketball and we are in a team. We’re good at Art and our Art teacher Mr Attar is great.
He’s from Saudi Arabia, too. Yassir is a good student and he’s very good at Maths and Science. I’m not very
good at Science and Maths isn’t my favourite subject. I like Islamic Studies and English.

1. Yassir is Saudi.

2. Pablo and Yassir are students.

3. Pablo is not in a team.

4. Mr Attar is a Maths teacher.

5. Mr Attar is English.

6. Pablo is good at Science.

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1 Project

Around the world
 olour the flags at the bottom of this page. Then, match them with the corresponding countries on the map
1. C
below.
2. There is an empty flag. Draw the flag of your country and match it to your country.
3. Look through magazines and find photos of people from different countries and stick their pictures next to
the flag.
4. Then, write a sentence about each person, saying where they are from, as in the example.
5. Stick your own picture and write a sentence about yourself, too.

I’m from Brazil.

Italy Spain

Mexico Egypt

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Complete with have got or has got. Label the picture with the words in the box. Diane and Dave a baby girl. 3. Ameer! 3. 7.  89 . 3. has got. 5. We blue bags.  She’s got an orange. Kathy a new computer game. 2. haven’t got or hasn’t got. Look at the pictures and write sentences using have got. Amro and Tina Mohamad 1.  4. You a nice bike. 6.  Tina hasn’t got an apple. B. 6. And don’t forget! Keep your room clean! C. S aad Maha 2. 1. Isam two sisters. 4. I twenty classmates. cap camera mobile phone rollerblades sunglasses watch skateboard 1. as in the example. 4. 2. 2a My things A. 5. 3.

I haven’t. Are you sure? c. J ames / camera? 4. Bob / three books? 6. Mark (2) Steve Of course I am. It’s cool. Greg / red cap? E. this is my new game console. R  yan and Ted / computer? umbrella? 3. S ami / black / sunglasses? Has James got a camera? Yes. Look. D. Mark What’s that? Steve Oh. (3) It’s very modern. 90 . Complete with the sentences a-d. he has. Noor and Linda / purple 5. d. Then look at the pictures and answer the questions. 2. 1. Use the prompts to make questions. b. a. Have you got a new mobile phone? Mark (1) Steve No. Mark (4) I’m crazy about computer games. as in the example.

is my favourite computer game. Look at the pictures and complete the crossword. 1 2 11 1 4 10 3 8 5 6 7 2 9 9 10 8 11 3 4 6 7 5 B. 5. black sunglasses are new. that or those. are my old sunglasses. Look at the picture and complete the sentences. 2. is my rabbit. is my old computer. these. Use this. 2b My clothes A. 7. 91 . 6. are my old computer games. is my new computer. 3. His name is Ruff. 1 2 5 6 4 7 3 1. 4.

4. Write the plural of the words in the box in the correct column. 2. (3) Salma OK. 1. seven. bus wardrobe fish dress country man scarf family watch person belt accessory present housewife -s -es -ies -ves irregular D. Who’s that woman? 3. It’s very trendy. (4) Maram What? (5) 92 . d. c. b. Is this your white dress? 6. I’ve got seven. That child has got a colourful bike. Rewrite the sentences in the plural. Complete with the a. I love black jumpers. Maram (1) Salma Maram! (2) Maram No. But that jumper isn’t nice. Check out this black jumper! e. Where is your hoody? E. I haven’t. This is my mobile phone. C. 5. Salma Seven? Maram Yeah. You’ve got ten black jumpers! sentences a-e. This team is great.

93 . 1 3 2 4 9 5 10 11 6 12 13 8 7 hand leg face ear nose foot mouth body teeth tail head eye arm B. Then complete the sentences. Match the children with their pets. two big ears. His My pet is beautiful. He’s It’s got two legs and legs. He’s orange he’s got eight legs. wings are green. Faiz has got a . name is Archie. It’s got a white He hasn’t got legs or black and orange and a colourful body. My pet has got four My pet’s name is Rico. My pet is very cool. Kamal has got a . and white. Tom Faiz Mike Kamal 1 2 3 4 Tom has got a . 2c My pet A. Its and grey body and wings. Look at the picture below and write 1-13 next to the words. Mike has got a .

sisters’ a. That’s all right. Who’s Betty? b. (1) Eric Oh. a. Sara. brothers’ a. 4. Whose book is that? 2. Who’s b. 1. Eric Sure! Mark (4) Let’s go! 94 . a. cat is this? Is it Ryan’s? 5. This is for you. 6. My names are Fatima and Nurah. Rana (2) Sara It’s Betty’s. sister’s b. grandparents b. Mark (2) Eric It’s a computer game! Thanks. b. Choose a or b. Whose 3. C. (3) It’s new. it isn’t. Whose sharpener is that? 4. Whose cap is that? 3. Rana Hi. Whose a. 1. Eric. Nice cat. c. thank you very much. (1) Is it your cat? Sara No. Come on! d. This is my pet. Rana. brother’s b. Natalie’s D. Whose pencil case is that? 5. 2. Sara Hello. Well. That big house is . a. My favourite subject is Maths. Rana (3) Sara She’s my new classmate. Look and answer. Complete with the sentences in the boxes. He’s very good at it. Mark Hey. whose is it? c.  that woman? a. Natalie b. Who’s b. Of course not. Whose camera is that? YASSIR FATEN BILL NATHAN PAULA E. 1. grandparents’ 2. Mark Let’s play at my house. a. Mark Have you got this computer game? Eric No.

Yusuf can ride a bike. speak Arabic 4  paint  4 4. he can’t. as in the example. 1. 1. ride a bike 4  2. ride d. Alex and Ryan / cook? Can Sami ride a horse? No. J ohn / swim? 6. take e. pictures 2. speak c. 2d You’re an artist! A. a house 5. 2. a horse B. use a. skateboard 4  5. Max and Tim / skateboard? 95 . Match. draw well  4 3. a computer 4. Brad / understand Spanish? 5. S  ami / ride a horse? 4. paint b. Look at the chart and write sentences about what Yusuf and Frank can and can’t do. C. but Frank can’t. Yusuf Frank 1. Susan / paint? SPANISH 3. English 3. Write questions using the prompts given. Then look at the pictures and answer the questions.

Favourite spor t Pet 96 . Complete the table about a member of your family (mother. 4. a boy 2. My Name My ’s name Age and years old. tall slim chubby fair short old young long dark 1. 5. F  adi can play football he can’t play tennis. a girl 5. Complete with the words in the box. 2. I ’m good at History I’m not good at Science. 6. etc. short hair 4. 1. 3. a boy 3. pet. hair B. hair and eyes. Fiona’s got fair hair blue eyes. father. C. 2e My best friend A. My best friend is short slim. Complete with and or but. Her name is Fatimah she’s 14 years old. a boy 7.). an man 8. sister. cousin. I’ve got a parrot I haven’t got a cat. Then write about him/her. Eyes It’s . favourite Hair sport . a woman 6.

The are beautiful. parents b. 2. 4. a b c d 1. those c. He’s slim. The boy’s / boys’ names are Nasir and Yusuf. b or c. but he isn’t chubby. He’s got long dark hair. baby’s b. haven’t got 5.  4. that 97 . this b. 2 Round-up A. 3. Mahmood is tall and slim. He isn’t slim. Read and match. has got c. He’s chubby. 1.  2. He hasn’t got fair hair. baby B: It’s Danny / Danny’s. Anthony’s got short fair hair. 4. three parts of the body: 2. have got c. has got b. parents’ B: Yes. I can / can’t. A : Can you swim? a. babies c. Brian is short and slim. 2. Choose a. D. Who are girls? a.  3. I a green hoody.  C. 5. three items of clothing: 3. A : Whose / Who’s jacket is this? a. Write 1. He’s tall. a. Circle the correct words. hasn’t got b. A : Whose / Who’s that boy? a. too. This is my computer. haven’t got B: That’s Mike / Mike’s. parent’s c. Peter is tall and he’s got short fair hair. three animals: B. 1. Ameen a black jumper. Ali can / Can Ali draw very well. He’s got short dark hair. 3.

c. I think he’s fantastic. a. c. b. No problem. b. b. Her favourite belt is purple. She’s got long dark hair. b. What is her cat’s name? 5. Of course not. a. W  hat can Deena do well? 4. c. W  hose is this skateboard? 4. Has Afaf got fair hair? a. She’s got a lot of belts. c. b or c. Write the sentences in the plural. Let’s wait. I’m sorry. She can’t draw or paint well. Thank you very much. but she isn’t very good at Art. I don’t know. 2. 5. What languages can Deena speak? 3. She’s cool. 3. c. Read and answer the questions. No. It’s my brother’s. b. That’s all right. 3. 1. Is that your scarf? 4. Are you sure? c. is 14 years old and she can speak Arabic. 6. Well done. Choose a. Her name is Ginger. She’s tall. She’s got a lot of pictures of her cat. This fish is black. she hasn’t. This is my new dress. My best friend. H  as Hamza got a mobile? a. T  hat child is tall. Deena. Yes. She’s got three cameras and can take beautiful pictures. 1. 6. She’s got short dark hair. she isn’t. 1. M  y best friend is short and chubby. Deena is a good student. English and French. W  hat does Hasna look like? 5. She’s my best friend. 2. E. How old is Deena? 2. No. My brother can skateboard very well. My sister has got a modern mobile phone. b. F. G. She’s tall and slim. What colour is her favourite accessory? 98 . Deena’s got trendy clothes and she’s crazy about accessories. a. But she’s crazy about photography. she has. It’s new. A  re these Brad’s sunglasses? a.

26-27 of the book. Write about the clothes underneath each picture. They are blue and they are very trendy! 99 . 2. 2 Project My wardrobe 1. Draw or stick pictures of your favourite clothes. Use ideas from pp. 3. These are my favourite jeans.

6. 3. 4. Sami have / has breakfast at 7:30 on weekdays. 3a Day in day out A. Complete with go. Lana and I study / studies after school.  6. a shower 2. dressed 3. Ismail visit / visits his friend Jamal at the weekend.  B.  2. 2. home 5.  4. Circle the correct words. Then write the correct phrase under each picture. 1. 1. My mum paint / paints every day.  5. 100 . to bed 1. to school 4. I skateboard / skateboards with my friends on Thursdays. lunch 6. have or get. 5. The children watch / watches TV in the afternoon.  3.

2. Use the correct form of the verbs in bold to complete the sentences. D. 3. on Mondays. every day. (4) the evening. my brother and I play computer games or we make designs on our computer. E. We love computers. Peter Vic Ahmed Roy 1 2 3 4 1. Peter his teeth every morning. Complete the text with at. we ride our bikes or skateboard. Write a few sentences about a family member’s daily routine. I get up (2) 7:30 and go to school. I brush my teeth I play computer I do my homework I get home at 4 o’clock every morning. games after school. (1) weekdays. (6) Fridays.C. Vic computer games after school. 4. I get home (3) the afternoon and do my homework. we also go to our cousins’ house for lunch and we play all day. in or on. (5) the weekend. Roy home at 4 o’clock on Mondays. 101 . Ahmed his homework every day.

She athletics. They 3. T  he boys do gymnastics. John. My sister is an amazing artist. 102 . I on weekdays. Bill (not go) swimming on weekdays. He 4. 1. 1. 3. Abdullah thinks golf is boring. He (hate) it. I (not visit) them every 5. 2. We after school. 2. I live in Cambridge. He it’s exciting. brackets. grandparents every weekend? B: No. 6. T  hey on Fridays. weekend. I at the weekend. My brother likes team sports. 3b Do you like sports? A. A:  Adam (like) table We with our cousins. Daniel and I go to school with our friend. Complete the second sentence with the negative C. I in London. tennis? B: No. he doesn’t. I every day. Complete with the Present Simple of the verbs in form of the verb in the first sentence. A:  (you / visit) your tennis at all. 3. 2. 4. 4. 5. B. They at the weekend. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences. 1. (paint) very well.

(3) Nasir Yes. d. let’s go. (get up / 10am) Does Rob get up at 10am? No. Nasir It’s OK. What’s wrong? c. Khaled Do you like team sports? Matt Hey. Write questions using the prompts and answer them. I do.D. Khaled Yeah! I think they’re great fun. (go / school / 9am)  3. a. e. He gets up at 7am. (5) Come on. The pictures below show what Rob does every day. Complete with the sentences a-e. (have lunch / 2pm)  4. he doesn’t. What about you? b. Nasir (2) Paul (4) That’s boring. Let’s go. It’s great fun. 1. No way. 2. 1 2 3 4 5 1. 103 . Matt Let’s go mountain biking. (play baseball / after school)  5. (watch TV / evening)  E. Khaled Do you like table tennis? Matt D on’t be silly. Me too. 2. Paul OK. (1) Paul I’m bored. Paul.

4. Answer the questions about yourself. Use When. I 3. A: When does Jill go shopping? (Jill / go / shopping) B: On Wednesdays. 1. 4. 5. Stan is your favourite board game? Steve Monopoly. Who or Where and the prompts in brackets. I your free time? 1. 104 . 3c Time out A. Do you read books in your free time? 1. A: (be / your favourite teacher) B: Ms Bromley. Do you go to bed early at the weekend? Gadi At 1pm. I 5. What do you do in 1. A: (Alima / go to bed) B: She goes to bed before 10pm. C. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences. 3. What. Complete with the correct question word. A: (Patrick / go / bowling) 4. Frank time do you have lunch? 5. 2. What do you do in your free time? B. A: 2. 3. D. Write questions for the answers below. I (Tariq / live) B: He lives in Taif. Pete do you do your homework? Omar After school. A: (do / after school) B: I go to the park. When do you hang out with your friends? 2. What time do you go out with your friends? Tom Brian Moore. 6. Rida is your favourite basketball player? 4. We B: At the weekend. 3. 2.

6. 105 . 4. take out do hoover clean wash feed 1. room / never / Kareem’s / is / a mess / . I the car every Saturday. 1. I my room on Tuesdays. Make sentences by putting the words in the correct order. a b c d e f B. I the rabbit every morning. at home / sometimes / Paul / helps out / . Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box. 3. 4. her / usually / doesn’t / Nancy / tidy / room / . I the windows on Sundays. 2. 5. I the washing-up after dinner. in the evening / often / Lana / cooks / . 3. 3d Around the house A. 5. the washing / Do / always / at the weekend / you / do / ? 2. I always the rubbish. Then match each sentence with the correct picture.

I hate weekends! 1. too. I always tidy my room. every Saturday morning our parents go shopping and I do the housework. She always watches TV and plays computer games. Saturday mornings! My name is Maria and I’m fourteen years old. What do Maria’s parents do every Saturday? 2. Answer the questions about yourself. What time do you usually get up on weekdays? 2. Her name is Sara and she is six years old. She never takes out the rubbish or washes the car. Does Sara wash the car? 5. What does Sara always do on Saturdays? 4. when my parents come home we always argue about the housework. My sister doesn’t help out at all. I’ve got a problem with my sister. You see. hoover the flat and do the washing-up. W  hat do you never do at home? D. Does Maria like Saturdays? 106 . 1. D  o you always do your homework after school? 4. C. What time do you usually get home from school? 3. I want to watch TV and play computer games. She’s so lazy! Anyway. Read and answer the questions. Who hoovers the flat? 3. Do you often tidy your room? 5.

C. Circle the correct words. In the evening. I (7) or I (8) . She’s got 4. coins / Fahd / collect / doesn’t 3. Does your brother go / do karate? 5. 2. Ian makes / collects comics. In my free time. 1. always make / do paper flowers. Mike. g  oes / Harry / Saturdays / swimming / on 2. 3. At 8 o’clock. make model planes get dressed cooks do arts and crafts go fishing get up go rollerblading brush my teeth My favourite day of the week is Saturday. o  n / don’t / TV / I / watch / weekdays 4. I (4) with my cousin. school / football / Ameer / plays / after 5. I do / make jewellery in my free time. My dad (5) the fish for lunch and it’s always great. I 6. 1. In the afternoon. I (2) and (3) . Make sentences by putting the words in the correct order. B. I (6) with my friends in the park. Complete the paragraph about Gary’s favourite day of the week. He buys a new comic about a hundred! every week. 3e My favourite day A. d  o / doesn’t / on / housework / Aisha / Fridays 107 . Faiz usually stays / goes at home on weekdays. I’m crazy about arts and crafts. My friend Hala collects / does stamps. I (1) at 7 o’clock and have a big breakfast.

3 Round-up A. 3. Ali’s w ee kend 1. Cathy (your brother / help). 3. does b. take B. exciting a. has 6. 2. 2. Brenda What (Mandy / do) in her free time? Kelly She (make) model planes. Jane arts and crafts in her free time. I’m very . I can’t go bowling with you. amazing a. We love tennis. a. C. I sometimes go to bed late and I am in the morning. ALWAYS USUALLY OFTEN SOMETIMES NEVER 2. hang out 8. go swimming 4 5. surf b. Complete with the Present Simple of the verbs in brackets. Please be . collect a. Afaf and Lana are sisters but they are very . 8. It’s a ! 4. too? Denise No. Ian a shower and goes to 5. I (not like) sports. Ali sometimes gets up early at the weekend. Choose a or b. school. We think it’s very . makes a. 4. My sister is very . 5. go b. Write sentences about what Ali does at the weekend. Husain and I coins. Complete the sentences with the words in the box. Isam (you / play) sports. 7. It’s great . I (sometimes / help) my mum do the washing. a. I don’t. does b. Bill and I the car every week. Mike and I athletics on Mondays. E  very morning. play b. 1. Cathy (you / help) with the housework at the weekend? Denise Well. 2. Tidy your room. Musad? Musad No. Do you the Net every day? a. brush wash different tired quiet lazy mess fun 1. busy b. Does your brother out the rubbish? a. I want to do my homework. I my teeth every morning. He (not do) housework. 3. 108 . 6. watch TV 4 cook 4 4. get up early 4 3. At the weekend. She never helps out with the housework. boring b. But he (always / wash) the car on Fridays. 1. do 7. go shopping 4 D. Peter plays table tennis with his friends. make b. Look at the table below.

likes weekends. I do arts and crafts. too. Then I watch TV or surf school. I hoover and I do the washing. I always do. Match. Khalid: Diego: On weekdays. I always do my do my homework in the evening. I do my afternoon. I love the weekend. Do you always get up late at the weekend? a. B: seven. Yes. Does your sister like arts and crafts? d. I go home and have lunch and 3. No. At the weekend. Do you do athletics every day? b. Read and complete the sentences with the correct name.E. does his homework in the 4. in or on. I go to school twenty to nine. Yes. I don’t do or football with my friends. 5. are great fun! I hang out with my I sometimes go fishing with my friends and we play baseball all father and on Saturdays. meets his friends at the weekend. Weekends But weekends are boring. We don’t usually go mountain biking 2. I do my breakfast before I go to school. but I don’t. plays football on weekdays. 109 . 2. I read magazines. she doesn’t. Yes. I always homework. In the afternoon. What do you do after school? e. You see. Tuesday afternoons Stan hangs out with weekdays. 6. midday. homework on Thursdays. I get up at 7 o’clock. 6. his friends. At nine. I love sports. Complete with at. I often play computer games the Net. 5. 1. F. G. What time do the shops close tonight? c. 3. 1. After homework. 2. 4. has breakfast before school. 5. 3. football. My brother goes to bed midnight. 1. evening on weekdays. 4. Do you do housework at the weekend? f. On Fridays. have a big breakfast and then go I usually get up late so I don’t have to school. Khalid or Diego. A: What time do you get up the morning? the evening. They sometimes play homework in the morning.

3 Project Class survey: Free time 25 1. 15 2. Write a few sentences about the results. students play tennis.. Complete the graph below. 10 5 0 play tennis read surf the Net go fishing go do magazines shopping athletics 25 20 Number of students 15 10 5 0 play tennis read surf the Net go fishing go do athletics magazines shopping In my class. Interview your classmates about their Number of students 20 free-time activities. 110 . 3.

He has a shower every morning. Write the numbers below in words.000. B. Mr White’s building / office is on this floor. We usually have lunch on the lift / balcony. My (2) has got a big window. 3. 4a Home sweet home A. 7851 4. Complete with the words in the box. We watch TV there every night. 111 . Circle the correct words. Diana’s grandparents have got a beautiful house with a huge / popular swimming pool. There is an arts and crafts museum / castle in this city. There are also two (3) . You can see the city from there.495 7. 97. but it’s beautiful.000 3. 367 2. It isn’t very big. 6. We haven’t got a balcony. 4. bathrooms are downstairs bedroom garden is living room I love my house. 9. That’s my mum’s favourite room.564 5. 1.022 8. There (6) also a small kitchen downstairs. Ibrahim is in the basement / bathroom. 2. There are 200 bathrooms in the palace / garage. She cooks every day. 18. 21.883 C. 1. My favourite room is the (5) . but we’ve got a nice (7) with beautiful flowers. 5. 174. 639 6. There (1) two bedrooms upstairs. one upstairs and one (4) .

(9) . How many bedrooms are there in Carlo’s dream house? 5. It’s a beautiful garden. My dream house F. You see. Have you got a swimming pool? a garden? Anisa Yes. My house is very small. I love swimming. Have you got a big house/flat? bathrooms. there are five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Answer the questions about yourself. Has Carlo’s dream house got a balcony? 4. Nawal Four? Wow! (3) four 3. Downstairs there are two bathrooms. I want a new house. Is there a basement in Carlo’s dream house? 3. too? Anisa No. My name is Carlo and I live in Italy. It hasn’t got a balcony. Are there two bathrooms in your house/flat? (5) three. it’s fantastic. Complete with the correct form of there is / are. My dream house is very big. Nawal (8) a swimming pool in it? Anisa No. E. so my friends and I can play football there. Nawal What about a garden? (6) 5. How many floors has Carlo’s dream house got? 2. a kitchen and a huge living room. (1) a huge living room downstairs and a big kitchen. 4. 1. My bedroom is very big! There is also a swimming pool. D. Read and answer the questions. Nawal What’s your new house like? 1. It has got two floors and a basement. How many bedrooms has your house/flat got? Anisa Oh. too. (4) four bathrooms. 2. but it has got a big garden. Are there two bathrooms in Carlo’s dream house? 112 . so I can play table tennis in the basement. Has your house/flat got a balcony? Nawal How many bedrooms are there? Anisa (2) four bedrooms. (7) . Upstairs. too.

The skateboard is 6. in on under next to between in front of behind 4. The bin is the desk. the wardrobe. 5. The pizza is the coffee table. the cooker. The lamp is the bookcase and the bed. The dress is the door. The ball is 7. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with the prepositions in the box. The washing machine is the armchair. 6 1 2 1 4 3 5 6 2 5 3 4 B.4b Where is it? A. 1. 2. Look at the pictures and complete the crossword. 113 . 3.

3. F. Complete the paragraph 5. There is also (8) lamp and (9) armchair in my room. It’s my favourite room in the house. Olivia. 1. an or the. Orange is my favourite colour. Next to (4) door. Osama (4) 114 . Where are the sunglasses? with a. (3) desk is in front of my bed. 1. 2. Complete with the sentences/phrases a-d. but I love it. it isn’t. The shoes are behind the bed. The red bag is next to the wardrobe. 1. Maybe it’s in your bedroom. Where is the chair? 5. My bedroom is always a mess. On (6) floor there’s (7) orange rug. Where are the magazines? They’re 4. C. a. Where is the cap? E. What’s up? d. 4. The mobile phone is next to the sunglasses. Don’t get upset. Sophie Hi. I hate pink. too. The jeans are on the table. Look at the picture above and answer the questions. there’s (5) small table. The poster is on the floor. D. (1) Mahir Where’s my game console? Olivia My sister wants to paint our room pink! Osama (3) Sophie (2) Pink is a nice colour. My comics and magazines are on that table. (10) lamp is orange. 2. It’s 3. There’s (1) big bed and (2) desk in it. Where is the blue bag? 2. Mahir Let’s look for it. c. Olivia No. 6. Sure! b. Look at the picture and correct the sentences. The bed is behind the wardrobe.

Choose a or b. I love these trainers. He’s at the 7. him every day. B. I can’t find my watch. please? a. he b. 4c My neighbourhood A. Do you like ? 4. We’re late. 4. My favourite tennis player is Ricky Foster. for it? a. My parents are teachers. them 115 . Them 5. I really want to buy ! a. she B: I don’t remember. I b. . They’re at the . 2. 5. Use object pronouns to refer to the words C. He’s at the 8. Let’s call . . are also cousins. her b. He’s at the 6. aren’t doctors. it b. a. Complete. They’re at the 3. Look at the pictures and write where the people are. 1. Do you want to help you tidy the house? me. Mike. This is my best friend. They b. Let’s play with ! 1. Can you help look 6. He’s at the 2. Read . . She’s at the 4. I hang out with a. Anne wants to play board games. 2. Use the words in the box. We b. me 6. That’s my toothbrush. in bold. supermarket bank shopping centre café newsagent’s bookshop skatepark post office 1. Can you take to school? 3. Us 3. . A: What does Layla need from the supermarket? a. Husain and I are classmates. . These comics are great. They’re at the . Can you give to 5. .

1. 2. Can I use your mobile phone? 2. Listen. 1. a. Look at the pictures and use the prompts to make requests or ask for permission. Can you help me tidy my room? b. Mr Evans OK then! (4) F. use / mobile phone go / skatepark 3. Mr Evans Can you wash it tomorrow morning? Brad (3) But I can wash it in the afternoon. (2) Brad Of course. Brad? Brad I’m sorry. No. I’m afraid not. 3. 4. 116 . D. can you do me a favour? c. as in the example. Excuse me. Match. Of course you can. can I go out with my friends? c. I’m tired. but I can’t wash your car today. b. Your room is a mess. Sorry! I can’t. It’s in the garage. I’ve only got one. 4. Can I use your bike? d. Complete with the sentences/phrases a-d. I’m afraid not. Thanks a lot! d. Use the verb can. Brad (1) Mr Evans Yes. give me / pencil read / newspaper E. you can’t. Mum. Mr Evans No problem. Mr Evans. Can I use your pen? a.

m. sorry. a.4d Places to visit A. Don’t play football in here. Young man! (4) . climb b. ticket b. 117 . Please your mobile phone. Oh! What a day! Oops. a. a. please! c. Don’t take pictures in the museum. T S TICKE Oh. 4. OK. (1) . a. turn off • (not eat or drink) in the library. Oh. Where can we buy a ? • (leave) before 5 p. Always a helmet. please! d. touch Bromley Library 2. begin b. Buy a ticket. drink b. wear • (not talk) on your mobile phone. Complete with the sentences a-d. (3) . Choose a or b. Don’t the painting. B. (2) . Can we the animals at the zoo? • (not write) on the books. Complete the sentences with the Imperative. run 5. a. Oh. C. 3. I love my job. match • (give) all books to the librarian. Sir. • (be) quiet. Don’t eat in here. • (not bring) your pet into the library. please! b. please! Excuse me. 1. feed b. a. yeah! Excuse me.

He’s got a game console. 3. Where do you live? a. 2. 2. Is your house big? b. Our house a beautiful garden. too. No. Complete with there is. 3. D. Match. 1. The fifth. 42nd 31st fifty-sixth sixtieth 78th 4th twenty-third twelfth 18th 100th seventy-fifth eighty-seventh B. It’s got two bathrooms. My bedroom has got a bed. What floor is your flat on? d. as in the example. In the kitchen there is a big fridge. 5. Yes. My bedroom has got a bed. 6. It’s got a great view. it’s small. In the living room there is a sofa. Tom has got a computer. C. No. I live on the second floor. Do you live on the ground floor? e. No. 6. f. Has your flat got a balcony? 118 . too. 4. two brown sofas in the living room. too. It’s got a big living room. In my living room an old bookcase. The house has got three bedrooms. It’s also got a small desk. There’s a nice coffee table. I live at 26 Rose Road. 4. a small desk and two chairs. 3. 2. It’s got a small kitchen. Join the sentences. 4. 1. 5. He’s also got a TV. Complete the blanks. I a blue desk in my bedroom. This flat three bedrooms. There’s a washing machine. too. It’s got two chairs. a small window in the bathroom. it’s very quiet. too. 5. There’s also an armchair. Is your neighbourhood noisy? c. 1. There’s also a cooker. there are. 4e My house A. have got or has got.

three items of furniture: 3. a 7. Where are my sunglasses? I can’t find . is 2. is my sister. hasn’t got b. but I love it. Adam is very nice. are b. It’s the wardrobe. It’s the bookcase. (7) art gallery is very big. 6. My neighbourhood (8) a shopping centre or an aquarium. The b. a. It’s the wardrobe. three buildings: B. I live in Detroit. It’s the table. 2. a. This is Hooda. Nice bike! Can I ride ? 4. a 8. Also. Complete using personal pronouns. 4. Write 1. In my neighbourhood there (1) three parks. are b. a. It’s the bookcase. a. D. I’m busy now. Salah and I are cousins. 4 Round-up A. three rooms in a house: 2. there (5) two cafés and (6) art gallery. an 3. 5. 3. a. I usually go to (4) skatepark after school. please. I sometimes go there with my sister. live in Medina. 6. 5. a b. Call later. Choose a or b. 1. 119 . I like . a. She loves art. 1. a. 2. a. There’s 6. 1. (2) a library and (3) skatepark near my house. the b. is 5. the b. It’s the bookcase. An 4. USA. 3. there isn’t C. Where’s the newspaper? Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with the correct preposition. Has got b.

E. Look at the signs and use the Imperative.

1.  3. 

2.  4. 

F. Match.

1. Can you do me a favour?
a. Oh, I’m sorry.
2. Where’s the post office? b. Thanks a lot.
3. What’s up? c. Next to the living room.
4. You can use my computer. d. I live at 13 Stone Street.
5. Where’s the bathroom? e. Sure! What is it?

6. Don’t run in the museum, please. f. I’m afraid not. But I’ve got a pencil.
g. It’s next to the bank.
7. Have you got a pen?
h. I’m very upset.
8. Where do you live?

G. Read and write H for Hamid, N for Nabil or B for Both.

I live in a new house. Downstairs, there’s a living room, a kitchen
and a bathroom. Upstairs there are two bedrooms. My parents have
got a small bedroom, but my brother and I have got a big bedroom.
The problem is that I hate our room. It’s got blue furniture. You
see, blue is my brother’s favourite colour. We’ve got a blue desk,
wardrobe and bookcase! I don’t want a blue room. I want a colourful
and modern bedroom.
Hamid, 13

Our new flat has got two bedrooms, a kitchen, a living room and
a bathroom. My bedroom is quite small and all the furniture is
old, so the room doesn’t look nice. I just hate my orange bookcase
and my brown desk. I want a modern bedroom with blue
furniture.
Nabil, 14

1. His house/flat is new.
2. His bedroom is small.
3. He’s got a blue desk.
4. He doesn’t like blue.
5. He wants a modern bedroom.

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4 Project

My neighbourhood post office
bookshop
1. Draw a map of your neighbourhood.

Rose Street

Silver Road
2. Write the names of the streets on it.
3. Write the names of the buildings, too. supermarket
4. Then write a short description of it, police station
as in the example.
park

This is my neighbourhood. My house
is on Green Street. There is a library on Green Street
Green Street, too. There isn’t a shopping
centre in my neighbourhood, but there
is a supermarket. It’s on Silver Road,
my house library
next to the post office.

This is my neighbourhood. My house is on Street.

There is a

.

There isn’t a

.

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CONSOLIDATION: MODULES 1-4

A. Put the words under the correct heading.
uncle face lamp golf post office hoover thobe basement aunt
bookcase clean the windows gymnastics mouth jumper garage parents
hospital do the washing-up arm sofa bank kitchen headscarf skiing
FAMILY CLOTHES PARTS OF A HOUSE FURNITURE

CHORES PLACES IN A CITY SPORTS PARTS OF THE BODY

B. Circle the correct words.
1. What time does the lecture begin / bring?
2. Can you do me a help / favour? Can you go / take out the rubbish?
3. A spider / snake has got eight legs.
4. I’m lucky / tired. I just want to go to bed.
5. The palace is very popular / boring. Thousands of visitors visit it every year.
6. Bill does / plays karate and he loves it.
7. There isn’t a lift in this building. Use the stairs / upstairs.
8. You’ve got a lot of dresses in your desk / wardrobe.

C. Complete with the words in the box.

Net Geography surname address classmate officer newspaper ticket

1. His name is Kevin and his is Simpson.
2. Every evening, Mr Ronalds sits in his armchair and reads the .
3. My is 12 Bell Road.
4. Omar is our new . He’s nice.
5. In my free time, I surf the .
6. Buy a before you go into the museum, please!
7. Hasna’s dad is a police .
8. I’m very good at . It’s my favourite subject.

D. Circle the correct words.
(1) My / I’m name is Peter and (2) I’m / my 13 years old. My best (3) friend / friend’s name is Kareem. (4) His / He’s
15 years old. Our (5) brothers / brother’s are best friends, too. (6) They’re / Their classmates. My brother’s name
is Thomas and Kareem’s (7) brother’s / brothers’ name is Yassir. At the weekend, we all go to the park and ride
(8) our / we’re bikes. (9) It’s / Its our favourite place.

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Ted Excuse me. haven’t got or hasn’t got. you help me with the 4. 2. Complete with have got. 5. 6. Is this your scarf? breakfast every day. has got.E. 1. He 2. G. And you go near the cages. Rewrite the sentences in the plural. Fred Really? Do you want to go to the park later? Bill I . Complete with the Present Simple of the words in brackets. That girl is my child. you . I tidy my room. 3. 1. (you / buy) magazines and newspapers from the newsagent’s on Park Street? 3. 2. but my brother (have) 5. We never go bowling weekdays. 2. Maram reads books the weekend. I. When (your mum / cook)? 4. I feed the animals here at the zoo? Man I’m sorry. in their free time. but I can skateboard 2. 3. Mr Belton 4. 6. at or on. I’ve got a lot of homework. 123 . My dad always has a shower the very well. (love) skateboarding. Mum. Mum Emma. H. Fadi dark hair. Greg (often / go) to the skatepark after school. This watch is cool. a parrot. Tom and Ken brown eyes. a cat. Abdullah (usually / watch) TV in the evenings. My sisters (make) jewellery 4. 1. Ryan goes to bed midnight. Emma Sure. Complete with can or can’t. We have dinner half past seven. 1. housework? 5. Who is that woman? 3. Mum Thanks. This is a beautiful house. I play basketball Thursday afternoon. Fred I want to go rollerblading. morning. 1. Complete with in. F. I (never / have) breakfast. OK? Ted OK. Bill I rollerblade. My cousins 3.

your mobile. L. on the desks. 6. There (2) is / are (3) a / the living room and (4) a / the kitchen downstairs. Where’s the cooker? 6. In front of (9) a / the house. Is the washing machine between the cooker and the fridge? 5. What’s in front of the fridge? 3. Look at the picture and answer the questions. Where are the oranges? K. 5. in your chair. Faten lives on White Road. late. to the teacher. 1. 4. there (10) is / are (11) a / the beautiful garden. Complete the sentences with the words in the box and the Imperative. write listen turn off stay be eat In the classroom 1. There (1) is / are five rooms in her house. Circle the correct words. Where’s the clock? 2. 124 . Where’s the skateboard? 4. CONSOLIDATION: MODULES 1-4 J. 3. or drink. 2. and there (5) is / are two bedrooms and (6) a / the bathroom upstairs. (7) A / The bathroom is between (8) a / the two bedrooms.

computer games / you / do / play / ? 3. don’t / museum / the / take pictures / in / . Write the words in the correct order to make sentences. Where is he from? 3. Stuart (6) Brad My friends Eric and Khalid. Who’s that boy? 2. Deena is late. Complete. 2. Stuart (5) Brad In my free time. I can’t tidy my room. 5. a. P. Peter and I want to play baseball. How old is he? 1.M. John / Arabic / speak / can’t / . Ahmed. N. 6. What’s your favourite school subject? e. Alan / has / a / got / spider / ? 2. (1) Murad That’s my cousin. Stuart (4) Brad Volleyball. Nizar (2) Murad He’s from Jordan. 125 . 4. O. 6. 4. grandfather / Muhammad’s / old / is / . Play with . Do you know ? 3. usually / the weekend / surfs / Linda / the Net / at / . That’s Mr Miles. Answer the following questions. Call . Who do you play with? f. What time do you usually get up on weekdays? b. Can you help ? 4. When do you play? c. Where’s my helmet? I can’t find . Those sunglasses are cool! I want to buy . What do you do in your free time? Nizar Really? (3) Murad He’s 14 years old. Where do you usually hang out with your friends? 2. Complete the dialogue with the sentences a-f. Use object pronouns to refer to the words in bold. 5. Murad. How many languages do you speak? 1. Nizar Hey. 5. 1. 1. What’s your favourite sport? d.

I can recognise some simple words and phrases on a poster or in a magazine. for example your teacher. the people I know. I can understand a brief personal message. I can understand when someone speaks slowly and clearly to me on topics I’m familiar with. what I do. I can understand simple questions about myself. Self-assessment (What I can do in English) Use this checklist to record what you can do (Column 1 = me). Use the following symbols: In columns 1 and 2 In column 3 3 I can do this under normal circumstances ! This is one of my goals 33 I can do this easily my teacher me my goals / other Listening 1 2 3 I can understand my teacher’s instructions and what is said on the CD. I can understand short conversations about topics I’m familiar with. I can guess the content of a text with the help of illustrations. I can understand where things are located. Ask someone else. I can understand short recorded messages or short passages said by the teacher. I can understand when people are talking about the present. I can understand simple cartoon strips and illustrated stories. 126 . I can understand a text that refers to the present. to also assess what they think you can do (Column 2 = my teacher). Reading 1 2 3 I can match simple words with pictures. the place where I live. I can understand numbers and the time. Use column 3 to mark those things which you cannot yet do but which you feel are important (Column 3 = goals).

I can count. age) my friends and my pets. nationality. my home. my clothes. my family. names. give and refuse permission. I can write sentences and simple phrases about myself. I can say where I’m from and where I live. I can ask for. I can describe my house and my bedroom. other people and animals. I can ask people for things and give people things. I can describe myself. I can introduce myself and other people. I can ask for and tell the time. what my favourite subject/sport is. I can write about my daily routine and my habits. age. Writing 1 2 3 I can fill in a questionnaire with my personal details (name. my friends and my hobbies and ask people similar questions. for example where I live. Speaking 1 2 3 I can ask for help when I don’t understand something. what I’m good at. I can write a description of my house and neighbourhood. I can greet and say goodbye to someone. I can answer simple questions about myself. I can write about my family (how many members. address). 127 . I can talk about my family and my friends.

Writing Section 1e Writing Plan: A description of yourself Brainstorm ideas for your description General Information What’s your name? How old are you? Where are you from?          School What’s your What subject(s) Who’s your favourite favourite subject? are you good at? teacher?          Sports What’s your Who’s your favourite favourite sport? player / athlete?       128 .

2e Writing Plan: A description of your best friend Brainstorm ideas for your description General Information Who’s your best How old is he/she? friend?     Appearance Is he/she tall Is he/she slim or What colour hair What colour eyes or short? chubby? has he/she got? has he/she got?             Abilitites What can your What can’t your friend do? friend do?     Likes Pets What’s his/her favourite Has he/she got a pet? subject / game / sport? He/She is crazy about     129 .

Writing Section 3e Writing Plan: A description of your favourite day Brainstorm ideas for your description What’s your favourite day of the week?  What do you do in What do you do What do you do the morning? in the afternoon? in the evening?                    130 .

4e Writing Plan: A description of your house/flat

Brainstorm
ideas for your
description

WHERE I LIVE

What’s your Do you live in What floor is Is your house/flat
address? a house or flat? your flat on? big or small? 

   
   
  

Rooms

How many rooms are there? Have you got Have you got
(bedrooms/bathrooms/etc.) a garden? a balcony? 

  
  
 

Favourite room

What’s your
What’s in it?
favourite room?

 
 
 

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He Saudi. This is a pencil and this is a pen. • We use it for animals or things. Manolo 2. c. I’m Spanish and friend Juan. new. This is Mr Benson. b. It is black. She is black. NOT The boy he is a This is my pencil. Malik rammar a Subject Personal Pronouns Subject Personal Pronouns SINGUL AR PLURAL • We use subject personal pronouns to show who or what does something. He is not Mexican. He Spanish. 1b) Possessive Adjectives The verb be Look at the picture below and read the speech bubbles. BUT • We use he for men/boys and she for This is Kitty. He is a teacher. She is my cat. 134 . They replace I We You You proper nouns or common nouns and go He They before the verb as subjects. He is a student. He is Mexican. They are This is Halimah. He Spanish. She It The boy is a student. He is not Mexican. This is Manolo and this is his No. They are we often use he/she for animals. Subject Personal Pronouns Module 1 (1a. Juan’s Mexican. Nice to meet you! My name is Malik and I’m Saudi. This is a cat. classmates. It is red. However. Tom and George are British. She is a student. we aren’t. 1. animals and things. Juan 3. Complete the sentences below with is or isn’t and then match them with the names (a-c). women/girls. student. • We use they for people. a. He’s from Acapulco. They’re Spanish.

You are You’re You are not You aren’t Are you? Yes. No. This is Hazim. B: No. is a. A: Are you the new student? B: is in the classroom. Julia and Lyn live in London. She is She’s She is not She isn’t Is she? Yes. It is It’s It is not It isn’t Is it? Yes. they are. you are. A: Are you from Morocco? a. He is He’s He is not He isn’t Is he? Yes. are. I’m not. is 9 years old. am 9 years old. he isn’t.). No. 4. we put the verb before the subject. B. aren’t. etc. a. Complete the sentences with subject personal pronouns (I. They their c The verb be Affirmative Negative Questions Short answers full forms short forms full forms short forms I am I’m I am not I’m not Am I? Yes. ’m not. No. they from Mexico. they aren’t. 2. We are We’re We are not We aren’t Are we? Yes. Are you Saudi? NOTE: We use short forms when we speak or when we write to friends. 135 . you are. • To form the interrogative of the verb be. ctivities A. He b. she is. we put not after the verb. You your Mary is a student. it isn’t. you b. 3. she isn’t. B: No. 2. 1. No. You are You’re You are not You aren’t Are you? Yes. b Possessive Adjectives Subject Pronouns Possessive Adjectives • We use possessive adjectives to show I my who something belongs to. are British. No. we b. it is. This is her bag. I am not a teacher. • To form the negative of the verb be. Mr Lopez is my Spanish teacher. 4. he is. I B: Yes. you aren’t. we aren’t. 6. He his She her • Possessive Adjectives always go It its before nouns and don’t take an article. I B: ’s my pen. They are They’re They are not They aren’t Are they? Yes. you aren’t. you. No. they 5. I am. Choose a or b. Is a cat? isn’t from Spain. A: Are Paul and Omar your classmates? 3. We our You your This is my cat. it b. she 1. Is a doctor? a. No. A: What’s this? a. A: Where is Hafsa? 5. No. we are. you b.

I . I’m from Italy. Hello. This is my friend Brian. (3) Her / She’s name is Rania and (4) her / she’s 39 years old.. We classmates. I’m Peter. Complete the sentences using possessive adjectives (my.. A: you the new chef? B: No. This is a photo of my family. I a bus B: No. 9 years old. She 4. Ibrahim and Yusef are my cousins.). This is our friend Steve. D. Sami and this is our friend Brad. This is (7) our / we cat. A: Where Dave and Ken from? The UK? B: Yes. He’s Nice to meet you. I am. she . Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb be. This is my mother. A: you a taxi driver? 5. He’s thirteen. 4. she Brazilian. B: No. Hi. I . Circle the correct words. name’s Maria. (8) They’re / Their nice! This is (9) their / they’re parrot. 1. C. riting Write a few sentences about yourself. A: she the new student? 3. They A: Where she from? Brazil? American. they from the UK. 2. as in the example. look at my grandparents. etc. 5. is a nurse. Who are you? What’s name? mother is my aunt. B: No. 2. This is my friend Anna. 136 . mother is favourite teacher.. My brother is Adam and (5) he’s / his 16 years old. We love English and Mr Forester. 3. I’m Ken. Ali 13 years old and I Spanish. Mr Brown the driver. E. (1) His / He’s name is Yusuf and (2) he’s / his 40 years old.. I the new waiter. This is my friend twelve. Pepper. (6) He’s / His great. the English teacher. This is my father. peaking Students take turns to introduce themselves as well as two of their classmates to the rest of the class. We’re thirteen. 1. your. new chef. Fluffy and .

My best friend is Danny Roberts. Now.? / How.? To ask for specific information. Who.. What day is it today? It’s Monday. What’s the time? It’s twelve o’clock.Module 1 (1d) Who.? / How. 137 ....? / Where. Who are they? They are my friends.. Who is your favourite teacher? Mr Bell... how to ask questions and request information. What’s the name of his team? rammar Who... Hi. He plays for the Wolves. answer the questions. Who is his best friend? 4.. Who is she? She is Mrs Brown. I’m 25 years old and I’m Canadian.? • We use who.? / Where.. What colour is your bag? It’s red.. where. what. What is your favourite sport? Basketball...? / What. How old is Troy? 2.? To ask about people. too. What is your name? My name is Zaynab...? / What. What... 1.. I’m Troy Stevens. Where is he from? 3. I’m a basketball player and I play for the Wolves.? Read the speech bubble..

’s your favourite colour? Blue. Match the questions 1-6 with the answers a-f. old are you? 5. are you? 4. B: She’s my sister.? Where is Mary? She’s at school.. what.. What colour is your pencil case? e. 1 are they? They are Matt and Ahmad. What’s your favourite sport? c. A: is she from? B: Ted Miles. A: Hi. A: ’s this girl? B: Not bad. 9 is that man? He is Mr Smith. To ask about places or what Where. 6. 3 ’s the time? It’s twenty to three. ’s your name? A: old is she? B: I’m Nasir. B: Australia.. 5 is this? It’s a pencil. Where is Emad from? b. what. Mark. It’s red. 5.? age or about someone’s How are you? I’m fine. He’s from Saudi Arabia. 2. 10 138 . Who are they? d. I’m Malik. A:  ’s your A: I’m eleven. To ask about someone’s How old is she? She’s 13 years old. ctivities A. 3. Who’s your best friend? f. thank you. is George? He’s at school. 6 2 is Tony from? He’s from the USA. Use who. B. 4 old is Susan? She’s fourteen. A: Hello. health. how .. where or how. Complete the questions with who. 1 How old is Hasna? a. How. 8 is Makkah? It’s in Saudi Arabia. They’re my classmates. I’m ten. B: She’s nine. Volleyball. 7 is your favourite teacher? Mr Jackson. 4. where. 2. favourite football player? 3. country someone is from. Where are you from? I’m from Italy. Complete the questions. She’s ten. C. 1. Where is Dammam? It’s in Saudi Arabia.

Ask and answer personal questions (name.  6. favourite sport. age. It’s half past seven. favourite player/athlete). Where are you from? riting Ask your teacher some personal questions (name.  I’m fine.  My sister is 17 years old. favourite sport.  7. It’s Friday. favourite player/athlete) and then write some sentences about him/her.  They are at school. Hello. Make questions for the answers below. She’s from the UK. My phone number is 2132567.  8.  They are athletes. 2.D. What’s your name? I’m Ted. nationality.  5. My teacher’s name is.. 3. 139 . 1. peaking Talk in pairs. 4.. I’m Ben. as in the example. nationality.

2. Choose a or b. Jenny English. Where are they from? c. It’s half past six. What day is it today? f. What b. 4. 2. Maria and I are Italian. we 140 . Mustafa is uncle. She’s the doctor. 3. Kate is my best friend. How old is your cousin? e. 5. They friends. 1. are classmates. Peter and John are best friends. a. Where is John? b. our b. She American. you 5. name is Saud. London. a. Complete with subject personal pronouns or possessive adjectives. Wednesday. a. 1. 1. I like football! B. Salma here? a. ’s crazy about pizza. Are 2. 1. What 6. favourite football player is Gafar Al-Khaldi. a. 3. He’s nine years old. my mother from Spain and my father from Italy. 4. His b. Is b. C. they . teacher is Mr Greene. A: they sisters? B: No. ’s eleven. they b. A: Where your parents from? B: Well. What’s the time? a. A: is your favourite sport? B: Tennis. Match the questions (1-6) with the answers (a-f). 2. name is Rami. aren’t Spanish. Who’s that woman with the black bag? d. Revision: Module 1 A. 3. Who 4. This is my brother. 4. A: Who that? B: She my grandmother. Complete with the correct form of the verb be. 5. Where b. A: is that? B: That’s Jim. D. Are your parents? a. Our 3. He’s at a pizza restaurant. 6. favourite pizza restaurant is Mario’s.

• to describe people. Has it got? Yes. Kareem 1. • She’s got a pet. • He’s a Science teacher. No. Have you got? Yes. Ü He is a Have we got? Yes. he has. Affirmative Negative full forms short forms full forms short forms I have got I’ve got I have not got I haven’t got You have got You’ve got You have not got You haven’t got He has got He’s got He has not got He hasn’t got She has got She’s got She has not got She hasn’t got It has got It’s got It has not got It hasn’t got We have got We’ve got We have not got We haven’t got You have got You’ve got You have not got You haven’t got They have got They’ve got They have not got They haven’t got Questions Short Answers NOTE: We use short forms when we Have I got? Yes. speak or when we write to friends. No. he hasn’t. No. it has. Science teacher. you have. I have. No. No. I have got a white cat. Ben has got a black cap and Kareem has got a brown cap. they have. B en has got a skateboard and Kareem has got rollerblades. Write T for True or F for False in the boxes provided. it hasn’t. we haven’t. No. she has. BEN 3. animals or things. 2. Have you got? Yes. Kareem has got a green bike and Ben has got a blue bike. The ’s can be: Has she got? Yes. • Tina’s brother is 12 years old.Module 2 (2a) The verb have got Look at the pictures. you have. I haven’t. we have. Ü Have they got? Yes. rammar The verb have got We use the verb have got: • to show that something belongs to somebody. you haven’t. Has he got? Yes. she hasn’t. possessive case 141 . you haven’t. they haven’t. My cat has got green eyes. No. Then correct the sentences that are false. Ü She has got a pet. No.

7. A: We two new classmates! B: Really? What are their names? A: Tim and Tony and they’re crazy about skateboarding. They a new computer game. Tim rollerblades. Two boys in my class new game 6. ctivities A. B. phone. 1. 8. B:  they skateboards? A: Yes. Your mother a modern mobile 1. Complete the sentences with have got or has got. Nawal two sisters. she . C. Write questions and answers. they new skateboards. We a new English teacher. I a nice pencil case. 3. She a baby brother. He a bike. 1. 2. Sameer/blue camera/? 2. 3. A:  you a pencil or a pen? B: I a pencil. 4. but Tony rollerblades. he hasn’t. 5. They/skateboards/? Has Sameer got a blue camera? No. My uncle a cool camera. Complete with the correct form of the verb have got. He’s got a black camera. A: Reema a sister? B: No. Rami a brother. 2. 142 . Look at the pictures and the prompts. too. as in the example. consoles. Suzie/black sunglasses/? 3.

Answer the following questions about yourself. Have you got a modern watch? 2.. Use the verb have got..? YOU STUDENT 1 STUDENT 2 STUDENT 3 Have you got. / No. Boys/two umbrellas/? 6. Three students in my group have got mobile phones. Have you got a mobile phone? 4. 143 . Have you got a computer? peaking GROUP SURVEY A. Have you got a skateboard? 5. I have. Talk in groups of four.. 1. riting Write sentences reporting your group’s answers.? Yes. B. Ask each other questions and complete the table. Have you got a bike? 6. He/mobile phone/? 5. Have you got. He/cat/? D..4. I haven’t. Have you got sunglasses? 3. Report your group’s answers to the class.

Harry? It’s my old What are watch. 3. and one for you.cats book . bus . -sh.classes box . 2.watches potato . Thanks! These watches are cool! Now. Those are those boxes? new watches.books • We add -es to nouns which end in -s.boys (because there is a vowel before the -y) • Most nouns which end in -f or -fe change the -f or -fe to -ves.families but boy .Those Look at the pictures and read the dialogue.radios • Nouns which end in a consonant +y change the y to i and take -es. -x and to some which end in -o.These / That .potatoes but radio . Harry’s got three new watches.wives but roof . Harry has got an old red watch. -ch.roofs 144 . What’s this. 1. Two watches? One for me.shelves wife . shelf . Module 2 (2b) Plurals This . rammar a Plurals • We form the plural of most nouns by adding -s to the end of the word. cat .boxes watch . The children have got new watches.buses class . family . write T for True or F for False in the boxes provided.

foot - feet b This/These That/Those Singular Plural • We use this/these to indicate people. nice.  are my caps. man and woman in the picture are my parents. That Those This is my book. Use this. Irregular Nouns NOTE: In English adjectives (e. That jacket isn’t new. Those are his cats. What are these/those? They are books. these. are my new sunglasses. The balls are blue. I’ve got lots of computer games! 6.  are my computer games. These rulers are yellow. That is my watch. These aren’t your pencils! This pencil is blue. Those trainers are trendy. NOTE: Questions Answers • We use that/those to indicate people. child - children mouse - mice The ball is blue. Isn’t it cool? 5. Look at the picture and complete the sentences. skirt bus mouse tooth bike man scarf child box housewife country jacket dress baby shelf watch boy family hoody -s -es -ies -ves irregular B.g. animals This These or things which are near us. I’ve got a lot of caps! 3. 4. Write the plural of the words in the box in the correct column. red) man - men tooth - teeth woman - women fish - fish do not have plural forms. that or those. is my new skateboard. 1. They’re cool! 145 . or things which are far from us. animals What is this/that? It is a cat. is my cat. 2. ctivities A. Her name is Serena.

and is my . These are two babys. A: What’s that / those? B: This / These is my father and these are my B: My new watch. 3. Then Student A. 6. 4. A: Who are in the picture? B: They are my uncles. those and the words in the plural when necessary. What are these? They are desks. Rewrite the sentences in the plural. that. And what is that? This is a picture of my. D. 146 . Is this your families? E. 4. 5. Circle the correct words. A: And who’s in the picture over there? B: is my brother Akram and are his rabbits. I’ve got a red bikes. Student A points to something and Stick or draw a asks Student B What is this/that?. A: Wow! Is it new? B: Yes. using this/ name five things in the classroom. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with this. It’s a desk. grandparent / grandparents. 3. who asked the question. continues with another classroom/family and question. F. I’ve got a fish. That is a hoody. 1. A: What have you got in your bag? B: I ’ve got three and my two favourite . 1. A: What’s ? B: is my . 2. It isn’t a box. 1. This is a men. 4. peaking riting Work in pairs. A: What are that / those? 2. These are my favourite scarf. using that/these/those. these. 1. Who are these women with the red dress? 5. This is my cousin. These are our cousins. as in the example. A: Who are this / these people? 3.. She’s a child. Correct the words in bold in the sentences below. 3. This is a baby. 6. B: They’re shelves / shelf with books. If Student B fails to reply. 2. Two child / children in my class are Spanish. this/that/these/those. What are these/ picture of your room/ those? Student B has to reply. he/she should describe it.. 2. C. I’ve got twelve watch / watches.

Whose is this bag? b Possessive Case • We use the possessive case to show that something belongs to someone (people or animals). My brother is crazy about rabbits. Is this her rabbit.? • We use whose to ask who something belongs to. Whose cat is this? Maria It’s my sister’s. that’s Abdul’s. right? Now.. match the pets with the names.. Nadia Oh. They’re very colourful. I see. 147 . Maria. Nadia Wow. you’ve got a lot of pets. John has got a book.? Possessive Case Read the dialogue. Nadia Rania’s cat is beautiful. too? Maria No. Maria They aren’t all my pets. A bdul Rania Mar ia rammar a Whose.. Nadia Whose parrots are these? Maria These are my pets. Ü This is John’s book. Ü It’s John’s. Whose bag is this? It’s my bag. Ü Jack’s spider is black. Jack has got a black spider..Module 2 (2c) Whose.

This is Helen’s cat. 2. A: ( 3) Ted? (1) a. Kamal and Layla are and parents. Choose a or b. Ted’s Ted Johnson and (5) from the UK. (7) your uncles. he’s A: Barry and Tom are my (6) brothers. They’re 3. parents’ b. 3. Aisha is and sister. + 5. we add ’s to the last noun only. (6) a. (9) favourite tennis player is Donald Martins. ctivities Kamal Layla A. These are the women’s watches. Their b. My (8) favourite sport is tennis. Ted b. This is the boy’s ball. A: (1) bag is this? B: It’s (2) bag. Yassir and Mariam are Azam. Who’s b. Use the Possessive Case where necessary. • When two or more people own the same thing. We form the Possessive Case : • by adding ’s to singular nouns. Gadi is brother. The windows of the house are red. they’re b. This is George and Mary’s rabbit. Whose (4) a. 4. parent’s (9) a. his b. + 1. (3) a. Look at the family tree and complete the sentences with the names. mother’s B: So. and Gadi Yassir Mariam parents. NOTE: The possessive form of nouns which refer to things is of + noun. • by adding ’ to regular plural nouns. The girls’ T-shirts are over there. Azam is and brother. His 2. • by adding ’s to irregular plural nouns. Whose b. 148 . Azam Maha Aisha B. (4) name is (2) a. mother b. He’s b. (5) a. their A: Right. (8) a. 1. Who B: A new student. (7) a.

 4.. My father’s favourite colour is .. What are the children’s favourite sports? Find out and make sentences.. It’s Ahmed’s rubber.. • their favourite book. Eric 1.    peaking Each student puts 1-2 personal items on a desk. riting Write a few sentences about the members of your family. and his favourite sport is . Lee 4. 1. Write about: • their favourite colour.C. A student picks up one of Whose rubber is this? them and asks the rest of the class who it belongs to.. Mark’s favourite sport is  3. • their favourite sport.    2. • their favourite restaurant. Mark 2.      149 . Amro 3.

No. in the singular and in the plural. I haven’t got my glasses. You can write You cannot write You can’t write Can you write? Yes. We can write We cannot write We can’t write Can we write? Yes. I can’t. she can. it can’t. I can’t. No. Can I go and get my glasses? Teacher: Of course. The interrogative and negative are formed without do/does. Now. No. he can’t. I can’t. You can write You cannot write You can’t write Can you write? Yes. 2. you can. No. you can’t. They can write They cannot write They can’t write Can they write? Yes.Request Look at the picture and read the dialogue. I can to swim. It has the same form in all persons. they can. I can. 1. we can. 150 . No. please. No. Steve see well. complete the sentences with can or can’t. I can swim.Permission . Steve. we can’t. He can write He cannot write He can’t write Can he write? Yes. 3.Module 2 (2d) The verb can: Ability . you can. rammar The verb can Affirmative Negative Questions Short answers full forms short forms I can write I cannot write I can’t write Can I write? Yes. it can. can you read out the first word? Steve: No. you can. she can’t. No.  Steve spell the first word. No. he can. Teacher: L  et’s open our books. they can’t. you can’t. Don’t talk. Teacher: Can you spell it? Steve: No. She can write She cannot write She can’t write Can she write? Yes. • Can is a modal verb. Steve go out. It can write It cannot write It can’t write Can it write? Yes. It is followed by a verb without to. I can’t see it.

please? Yes. Fadi: Dad. you can. 1. Tina. My sister (15) draw but she (16) paint well. They (13) speak Arabic. N 4. Complete with can or can’t. come on. you can’t. We use the verb can: • to show that someone is able to do something. give or refuse permission. 151 . 6. / No. Sally: (6) I take your camera to school with me. • to make polite requests or ask for a favour. • to ask for. please? ctivities A. 2. Kate: (11)  you give me your mobile phone? Rania: Of course I (12) . You’ve got school tomorrow. Fadi: What (3) I do then? (4) I use your computer? Dad: OK. 8. you (10) . Ben: Dad. 9. They (14) only speak English. Can I go out. Muna: Who (17) cook tonight? Sahar: I (18) . Here you are. (9) I go to Kamal’s house tonight? Dad:  o. you (7) . I’ve got a lot of homework to do. of course he (21) . He (19) play football very well. Aisha: (20) your brother ride a bike? Hasna: Yes. Abdul-Aziz can speak English. (1) I skateboard in the house? Dad: No. 5. 7. you (5) play computer games on my computer. Sally: Oh. Tina? Tina: What? No. please! 3. you (2) . Mike is a great football player. Can I have a glass of water. You (8) take pictures with your mobile phone.

1.. 152 . You Student 1 Student 2 speak two languages use a computer take nice pictures ride a horse swim riting My best friend can . 2. Look at the pictures. Can you skateboard? b. report your answers to the class. (read) C. Write about what your best friend can or can’t do. B. (use) 6. 4. (paint) 5. he can’t. I can use a computer. What can you do? a. can I go out with my friends? c. What colour? 5. Sure. Can I use your mobile phone. (ride) 3. No. 4. you can’t. Complete the table below by writing what you can do and asking the other students in your group about the things they can do. please? e. Match. You’ve got a lot of homework. 1. Can you paint my bike. 3. (write) 2. No. Then. peaking Talk in groups of three. Use the verbs and write questions and answers. Dad? d. I can’t but I can ride a bike. as in the example. Dad. Here you are. (play) Can he write? No. Of course..

It’s old. 9. a. Has that child got a fish? 8. They got a new Maths teacher. 3. case) in the boxes. grandparents’ 2. Choose a or b. 5. This is my camera.c. got my game console? a. a. My teacher’s name is Mr Brown. A: you speak Spanish? 1. Who b. This is house. This isn’t my jacket. It’s Salma’s book. has a. Complete with the correct form of the verb can. Omar’s b. Is that your friend? 6. she got a pet? 8. Have b. Whose C. 1. (for the possessive D. Deena and I got two mice. It’s my . I . brother’s 5. I play computer games? 8. She’s got long fair hair. Has a. B: No. grandparents b. My grandmother is old and she see very well. That’s my mother’s sister. 5. 1. Has a. Who’s got a brother? B: Yes. has b. Have b. a. B: No.Revision: Module 2 A. Is this your favourite accessory? 3. 2. you . of course. Omar 4. 4. W hat is the ’s? Write is. 1. 6. Whose baby is that? 2. have 3. 2. That’s my brother’s rabbit. Whose a. but I speak Italian. brothers b. 7. phone? 4. B: No. Write the sentences in the plural. 10. 7. Ali’s got a pet snake. Who’s your favourite uncle? 4. A:  you take pictures with your mobile 3. has or p. is b. a. Nadir got short brown hair. She hasn’t got a new dress. Richard and Kim got a baby? 7. Who’s b. ’s b. I speak Spanish. 153 . A: I use your sharpener? 5. B. He’s got a green hoody. It’s 10:30. This is my new watch. A: Dad. ’ve a. bike is that? Is it Omar’s? 6.

Module 3 (3a) Present Simple (Affirmative) Look at the pictures and read the speech bubbles. every day/Monday/week/month/year. 3. On Thursdays he a. 154 . On Wednesdays he d. etc. at the weekend / at 8:00. match the two halves of the sentences. regularly. rammar Present Simple Affirmative Affirmative I play We play We form the Present Simple with the subject (noun or You play You play pronoun) and the main verb. • for habits or actions that happen in the morning/afternoon/evening. goes to the park. 4. etc. Time to relax! Now. go to the park. etc. On Sundays On Tuesdays I play On Wednedays I I watch TV. watches TV. etc. It plays Time Expressions We use the Present Simple: on Monday/Tuesday. On Sundays he c. At the weekend he b. relaxes. I watch TV every day. On Thursdays I go It’s the weekend! out with my friends. computer games. 1. On Mondays I read comics. He plays They play She plays I play tennis every day. 2. goes out with his friends.

Form the third person singular. brush B.He studies • Verbs which end in a vowel + y simply take -s. Circle the correct words. He works She writes It eats but • Verbs which end in -ss. -x. My cousin study / studies in her room in the afternoon. I (visit) my grandparents at the weekend. 3.She plays ctivities A. 4. -sh. Complete the blanks with the Present Simple of the verbs in brackets. Catherine and I go / goes to a restaurant on Thursdays. 5. -ch. I play . 2.It watches • Verbs which end in a consonant + y change the y to i and take -es. go 6. They go / goes out on Friday evenings. The children (watch) TV after school. watch 8. D. Tim (ride) his horse on Tuesdays. 1. My brother do / does his homework in the afternoon and play / plays computer games in the evening. My mother (cook) on weekdays but at the weekend we (go) to a restaurant. C. meet 2. They (use) their computers every afternoon. Muna (do) her homework in the afternoon. Look at the pictures and the prompts and make sentences. have 3. Formation of the third person singular: • In the third person singular the verb takes the ending -s. 7. I study . M  aria / go to an art gallery / Fridays  155 . read 4. 5.He brushes I go . I brush . -o take -es.She goes I watch . 6 . play 5. I watch / watches TV after school on Mondays. do 7. 2. 3. 1. 4. 1. 1. study 9. Jason and Marik (skateboard) in the park at the weekend.

Complete the blanks with the Present Simple of the verbs in brackets. I (2) (ride) my bike in the park in the afternoons and Eric is there. too. riting My best friend’s name is. T  E.. Ask and answer questions about what you On Mondays I ride my bike. and your partner do every day after school and then report your findings to the rest of the class. peaking What do you do after school on Mondays? Talk in pairs. 2. My classmates and I (4) (play) football in the park on Tuesday evening and Eric is there. Write a few sentences about what your best friend does at the weekend. Luckily. Steve / read books / the weekend  3. at the weekends he (5) (study) at home. On Sundays and Mondays after school my brother (3) (skateboard) in the park and Eric is there. Terry and Tim / play computer games / Mondays   amzah / study / the afternoon 4. My cousin Eric (1) (do) his homework in the park near our school. H   hey / brush teeth / the evenings 5. 156 ..

We do not play We don’t play Do we play? Yes. He does not play He doesn’t play Does he play? Yes. 2. he does. She does not play She doesn’t play Does she play? Yes.Module 3 (3b) Present Simple (Negative . I don’t like Maths. it does. I don’t play computer games. I don’t. they don’t. No. Where do you live? In Egypt? e rammar Present Simple Negative . you do. we do. a b 3. you don’t. you don’t. No. he doesn’t. D  o you have a shower in the morning? c d 5. 1. they do. You do not play You don’t play Do you play? Yes. No. 4. No. We form the interrogative by putting do or does (in the third person singular) before the subject of the main verb. it doesn’t. she doesn’t. 157 . • We form the negative by putting do not/don’t or does not/doesn’t (in the third person singular) before the main verb. she does. They do not play They don’t play Do they play? Yes. No. you do. I do.Questions) Match the speech bubbles (1-5) with the pictures (a-e). No. we don’t. No.Questions Negative Questions Short answers full forms short forms I do not play I don’t play Do I play? Yes. No. You do not play You don’t play Do you play? Yes. My brother doesn’t like spiders. It does not play It doesn’t play Does it play? Yes.

Ü Does he go out with his friends every day? They have dinner at 8:00. B.I like 2. I don’t ride my bike in the park. Nabil and Musa live in London. doesn’t. A: you go swimming? Does he play baseball? B: No. A: Steve play golf? 3. they . He goes out with his friends every day. he . 2. don’t/doesn’t when it is a main verb. Mark goes skateboarding in the park. Make questions. Write the negative. when it means eat. 1. My parents go skiing at the weekend. Ü They don’t have dinner at 8:00. 4. he does. etc. • We form the negative and interrogative of the verb have with do/does. I . My cousin goes to a fast food restaurant at the weekend. A:  they play table tennis at the weekend? 5. We go to bed at 11:00. He plays baseball. • In short answers we use only subject + do/don’t or does/doesn’t. 1. Sue reads a lot of books. don’t. Ü Do they have dinner at 8:00? NOTE: • In the interrogative and negative of the third person singular the main verb does not  take an –s. swimming. drink. they don’t. without the main verb. 5. B: No. does. B: No. as in the example. 4. 3. Do they play tennis? No. as in the example. ctivities A. 158 . They like table tennis. Ü He doesn’t go out with his friends every day. His brother plays basketball on Sundays. 2. Does he play tennis? Yes. They visit their cousins at the weekend.e. 3. C. He like golf. I ride my bike in the park. 1. i. They play football. Complete with do.

Your Your partner partner watch sports on TV? play basketball? Do you watch sports on TV? Yes. Do you like sports? 3. 159 . What / John / do / in the afternoon / ? (skateboard)  3. Write questions and answers.. / No. I do. doesn’t watch /watches sports on TV. Do you do athletics? peaking & riting Work in pairs. Do you go mountain biking? 4. Where / your parents / go / every Thursday / ? (go/restaurant)  ? 5. Do you play baseball? 2.D.. 1. as in the example. What / Salma / do / after school / ? (do/homework) What does Salma do after school? She does her homework. 2. Answer the questions about yourself. Then write sentences about your partner. play sports at the weekend? do athletics? . What / children / do / on Fridays / ? (play computer games)  4. I don’t. What / sport / you / like / ?  E. Taking turns. 1. Look at the pictures and the prompts. ask each other questions and complete the table by putting a  or an  .

hool? Wedne sdays after sc 2. What do you usually do in time.in) We use: • at: to show the exact time: at six o’clock / at half past two  in the expressions: at noon / at night / at midnight at the weekend / at (the) weekends • on: before days of the week: on Monday / on Monday morning / on weekdays  before dates: on 16 May • in: before months and seasons: in July / in (the) winter  before years and centuries: in 1989 / in the 20th century  before periods of time: in the morning / in the afternoon / in the evening but on Friday morning/afternoon/evening in the expression: in my free time 160 . Ever y day. At the weekend. How often do you go out wi A. B. C. Sometimes. I usually hang your free time? 3. I usually do my th the housework.in ) Adverbs of frequency Do the quiz and then check your score. A. I never have free zines. th friends? 1. C. I often read maga . A.on . B. Module 3 (3d) Prepositions of time (at . I usually help wi out with friends. C. What do you usually do on homework. I always watch TV MORE : As: Relax! Bs: Great! rk! Cs: Do your homewo rammar a Prepositions of Time (at . B.on .

on b. 7. 1. ctivities A. at a. 4. 8. on b. How often do you tidy your room? I often tidy my room. Complete the sentences with prepositions of time (at. in b. in b. • They usually go before the main verb. Is school always closed at the weekend? NOTE: With never we always use the affirmative form of the verb. My parents are tired Wednesday evenings. Choose a or b. We don’t go out Fridays. She doesn’t usually watch TV. in a. Thursdays. 5. • In interrogative sentences with the verb be. weekend. 6. I always go to school weekdays. on). on b. They live in Amman. at 3. in a. at b. at 2. at B. a. I usually hoover the weekend. but after the verb be. We use them mainly with the Present Simple tense. 6. adverbs of frequency go after the subject. but He is always at home on Fridays. 161 . b Adverbs of frequency 0% 100% always always usually usually often sometimes often never sometimes never • We use adverbs of frequency to answer questions which begin with How often…? and to give information about how often something happens. the afternoon my dad listens to the radio. Jordan. We never watch documentaries our free time. M  y mum takes out the rubbish early 4. 2. My two cousins sometimes skateboard 5. We usually visit our uncle and aunt June.  Nada and Anisa don’t play computer games night. He often feeds the cat. My brother usually gets up noon on Thursday afternoon. in. 3. We never have school July and August. a. He never does the washing-up. Mary cleans the windows the the morning. My sister goes to bed 10 pm. a. 1.

. where’s Frank? B: It’s Wednesday today. 1... Lina . riting peaking Write five sentences about what a member of your Talk in pairs about your daily routines. usually 3 I . I .. Lina .. Look at the table below. the out with shopping house the car Net friends I . C. My dad’s tired in the evenings. Write sentences about what Lina does at the weekend. But he isn’t there now. What time do you get up? My mother/father .. 162 . sometimes 3 I .. Complete the blanks with the correct form of the verbs in brackets and the adverbs of frequency. A: What  you (usually /do) weekdays? B: I (usually/do) my homework and I (sometimes/play) baseball the evening. right? A: No.... He (always/have) a German lesson the afternoon.. I (never/surf) the Net weekdays. Lina . never 3 5. 1. he (sometimes/go) to his grandparents’ house. often 3 4. I get up at. Do your friends do housework? (sometimes) E.. Rewrite the sentences using the adverbs of frequency in brackets. Lina’s weekend I . I don’t do the washing-up. B: Well. always 3 3. (usually) 2. surf hang go tidy the wash 2.. Then complete it about yourself and make sentences about what you do at the weekend. A: Habib. Bassam goes bowling. D. Lina . A:  you  (often/surf) the Net? B: No... family does at the weekend using always/usually/often/ sometimes/never. (always) 3. Use prepositions of time to complete the boxes. 1. He  (usually/watch) TV at home.. Do you tidy your room? . Lina . (often) 4. 2. Do you always have breakfast? . he (never/have) a German lesson Wednesday afternoons.

Complete with do. 3. D. He never goes out weekdays but 4. afternoon. 2. My cousin is very good at Art and he (draw) beautiful pictures. 7. He is late for school. restaurants. does. Do you get up late? (always) 3. (usually) 2. 1. My dad (like) baseball but my mum (hate) it! B. 6. What time you (go) to bed at night? 5. 1. Rewrite the sentences using the adverbs of frequency in brackets. you get up early in the morning? 5. My grandparents usually go to 6. Afaf speak Italian. Complete with the Present Simple of the verbs in brackets. you clean the house at the weekends? C. don’t or doesn’t. My mum gets up half past seven. In the morning he (surf) the Net and I (listen) to the radio. (never) 163 . (often) 5. We (get) up at eight o’clock in the morning and we (clean) the house together. We don’t go shopping on Mondays. 2. 1. 4. Malik never goes out night. Complete with prepositions of time. 1. Sophie watch TV. Lamya usually surfs the Net the the weekends he goes bowling. 5. My cousin plays golf at the weekend. 3. 4. your sister talk on the phone a lot? 3. I sometimes play football Fridays. What time does he get home? (usually) 4. I (help) my mother with the housework at the weekend. In the afternoon we sometimes (play) table tennis or board games.Revision: Module 3 A. On Fridays my brother and I (hang out) at home all day. 2. my free time I like reading books. I wash the car.

• We use there are before plural nouns. There is / There are Module 4 (4a.. There are There are four bedrooms in the house. Yes. NOT There are old chairs. a wardrobe and an armchair. They are old chairs. there is. (We give information about something). there are. 1 2 This is my room.? Is there a book on your desk? No. NOTE: There is a table in the kitchen. There are three chairs in your room. rammar a There is / There are • We use there is before singular nouns. Yes. Are there . There is also a picture on the wall. It’s a big table. There is a bed. there isn’t. There is (There’s) There is a bike in the garden. There is a lamp next to the bed.. there aren’t. Which picture does the text refer to? Write 1 or 2 in the box. There is not (There isn’t) There isn’t a chair in the bedroom. There are not (There aren’t) There aren’t two bedrooms in the house. Is there . There are two pencils on the desk.. 164 . (We show that something exists)..? Are there two apples on the table? No. 4b) Prepositions of place Articles Look at the two pictures and then read the text below. a desk.

• in • o n The boy is in There is a book the bedroom. There is a book on the bed. a shop between the museum and the art SHOP GALLERY gallery? .in front of . c Articles (a. 165 .behind) • Prepositions of place show where something or someone is situated. b Prepositions of Place (in . ctivities A. the sofa. We use a when the word that follows begins with a consonant sound and an when the word that follows begins with a vowel sound.on . an / the) • We use the indefinite article a/an before singular countable nouns.under . Complete the questions with the correct form of there is/there are. both in the singular and in the plural when we are referring to something or someone in specific.between .next to . •b  etween • in front of •b  ehind The lamp is between the There is a lamp in front There is a lamp behind sofa and the table. • We use the definite article the before uncountable and countable nouns. when they are mentioned for the first time or when we aren’t referring to a specific item. There isn’t an apple on the table. Then look at the pictures and answer the questions. The armchair next to the table is green. next to the sofa. • u  nder • n  ext to There is a mouse There is a lamp under the table. MUSEUM ART 1. on my desk. of the sofa.

A: a museum in your city? 4. Where is the pencil? Look at the pictures and complete the blanks with prepositions of place. There are five players in a basketball team. wait ten. A:  a restaurant near here? 1. It’s the book. It’s the book. 5. There aren’t 60 minutes in an hour. eleven! D. 3. three children on the tree? . B: No. 4. Lune Street. 166 . a cat in the basket? . B: Yes. 4. . 3. It’s the 3. There are 24 hours in a day. It’s the book. 2. 6. 2. It’s the book. 1.  ten students in the classroom . B. 3. It’s book. There isn’t a kitchen in your house. C. Read the sentences and write T for True or F for False. two restaurants on 2. no. 7. It’s the books. 1. the book. 2. Complete with the correct form of there is/there are. There aren’t 30 days in June. two men in front of the museum? .. 5..

Use there is/there are and prepositions of place. there is. 2. There’s armchair in front of window in my room. A: Who’s tall man over there? B: It’s Mr Foster. riting Write a description of your living room. 3. There’s poster in my room. Is there a lamp in your living room? Yes. 5. Let’s go to park and skateboard. It’s next to the sofa.. an or the. fridge is next to cooker. He’s Art teacher. There isn’t rug in my room. poster is on green wall.. He’s teacher at my school. Complete the sentences with a. peaking Talk in pairs. 167 . E. 6. Ask and answer questions about the items in your living room. 4. 1. There is .

Who takes a picture of the boys? 2. your father is tired. 3. They aren’t well. Can you They always go after verbs or prepositions.  Read . Zookeeper Excuse me you two. Don’t feed the gorillas. Rose lives with her parents. you you Dennis Is that OK? they them Zookeeper There! Peter Thanks! b Imperative Affirmative negative Close the window! Don’t play footbal in the house! Open the door! Don’t eat in the classroom! • We form the imperative with the base form of the verb. We form the negative imperative with don’t + base form. put it in your pocket. home? 168 . My sister has got long fair hair and blue eyes. A: Do you like board games?  B: No. help ? Give him a glass of water. Can you take Look at me. It’s my lunch. 2. Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns Zookeeper What’s that. sit down! Now. answer the questions below. you you Zookeeper Well. 3. Use object pronouns to replace the words in bold. Stand up. • In order to avoid repeating nouns. 1. Stand together. 6. please! Please. he him Dennis Oh. sorry. Module 4 (4c. then? I me Dennis It’s a banana. We add the word ‘please’ at the beginning or at the end of the sentence to be more polite. Can you take a picture of us? she her Zookeeper Sure. Where are the boys? ctivities  A. Ameer. a Object Pronouns Can you see ? • We use object pronouns as objects of verbs. subject and object pronouns can replace them. What has Dennis got? 1. • We use the imperative to ask someone to do something. please! She lives with them. I don’t like . Adam and I are in this photo. Peter We know that. 5. please! I can’t get you it it we us in the picture. Do you rammar know ? 4. This is my favourite book. 4d) Object Pronouns Imperative Look at the picture and read the dialogue below. We just want to take a picture of them.

This is Bilal. This is my cousin. Do you like ? It’s too dirty! 3. please! D. Don’t talk in class! 169 . test tomorrow! 9. Your T-shirt is on the sofa. M  ahmud and Saad are at the park. animals at the zoo! 11. Dos Don’ts Do your homework every day. as in the example. library! 7. Use the words in brackets to form the Imperative. Don’t write on the desks! Be quiet. (not talk) in the 6. Ameen. M  y favourite teacher is Miss Jones. is my cousin. Look at the pictures and the prompts and make sentences using the Imperative. Let’s go meet there. 1. Complete the sentences with the correct pronouns. please! 5. Give this red pen. (wash) the car now! 2. (study) for your 8. Can you please help with my homework? museum. Put in the wardrobe. I ’m late. Do you know ? 6.B. My sister isn’t here now. Discuss with your partner and come up with a list with Dos and Don’ts. help/mum/with/bags 5. (not feed) the 10. e  at/cake 6. Can you drive to school? 3. (turn off) the lights 4. Then add more sentences to the list. 1. swim/lake Tidy  your room!      4. M  ike and I are Italian. don’t speak Spanish. (not run) in the 12. 1. C. 2. when you leave the room. t idy/room 2. take pictures/museum       peaking & riting Work in pairs. Hasna and I are in this photo. L  ook at ! You look silly in that dress. 4. Call later. John hasn’t got a pen. Can you see ? 5. wash/hands/before/lunch 3.

two people in the post office. Call ! E. 1. lots of interesting places in Edinburgh. my new English teacher. The rabbit is the door. Let’s go to Italian 3. There is a fridge the kitchen. 5. Complete with a. We all B: OK. C. the phone for hours. 2. 170 . I ’ve got great news. Murad wants to come over. . Complete the sentences using the words in brackets and the Imperative. A: an aquarium in the town? 4. we want to do our Maths homework. but a museum. A:  two supermarkets near your house? B: No. 2. 6. 3. tonight. town. B: No. you help . 4. Complete with the correct form of there is/there are. There are two birds the trees. There is a garden the house. The bags are the table. The lamp is the bookcase. D. 3. There are three pencils on the desk. There is post office near my school. 2.  (watch) TV all day. In my room there is armchair but 4. Dad. I want to buy . A: Where’s Mum? B: She’s at supermarket. A: Let’s go to Italian restaurant in bold. 7. a pen. Can there isn’t table.  (take) things without asking first. 1. A: I know. I like these shoes. It’s really nice! 2. 5. an or the. Listen to . The brown mouse is the bed. B. there are two Italian restaurants in this like . 5. Complete using object pronouns to refer to the words 1. Complete with prepositions of place. 4. It’s bad for your 3. is nice. (study). This is Grandad’s camera. Aisha is my best friend. Give it to . 5. but but a zoo. 1. 2. 7. Revision: Module 4 A. MrsSmith. . I talk with on red pencil is Mary’s. eyes. 6. please! The test is tomorrow. please? 3. restaurant on Park Road. 1. Ann. four pencils on the desk. 4.  (use) your mobile phone in the library.

Speak & Write 55 3 Culture page The life of a typical Saudi and British teenager 56 4a 1. Classroom language 9 Hello 8. Vocabulary 67 4e 2. Read 58 4b 1. Pronunciation / A 31 2b 4. Listen 33 2c 1. Vocabulary 26 2a 2. Speak & Write 25 2a 1. Read 60 4c 1. Colours 10 1a 1. Listen 22 1e 1. Read 35 2d 1. Listen 63 4d 4. Pronunciation / B 32 2b 5. Vocabulary 20 1d 2. Speak & Write 40 2 Cross-curricular page Amazing Birds 41 3a 1. Listen 28 2b 1. Vocabulary 57 4a 2. Read 47 3b 4. Numbers 0-1000 5 Hello 4. Pronunciation / A 64 4d 4. Read 43 3a 4. Read 27 2a 4. Vocabulary 15 1b 2. Vocabulary 53 3e 2. The English-speaking world 7 Hello 6. Vocabulary 49 3d 1. Read 30 2b 4. Vocabulary 38 2e 2. Read 62 4c 5. In the classroom 6 Hello 5. Pronunciation / B 65 4d 5. Listen / B 39 2e 4. Listen 54 3e 3. Vocabulary 29 2b 2. Pronunciation / B 45 3b 1. Tracklist Student’sfor Student’s audio CD list CD track Track Module/lesson Content 1 Titles 2 Hello 1. Vocabulary 50 3d 2. Listen 24 1e 4. Listen 66 4e 1. Pronunciation / A 13 1a 5. Pronunciation / B 14 1b 1. Read 16 1c 1. What’s your name? 3 Hello 2. Listen 19 1d 1. Vocabulary 59 4b 3. Listen 48 3c 1. Vocabulary 61 4c 2. Speak & Write 69 4 Culture page Al-Faisaliah Tower 171 . Vocabulary 23 1e 3. Read 21 1d 4. Vocabulary 36 2d 2. Read 37 2e 1. Pronunciation / A 44 3a 4. Vocabulary / A 17 1c 2. Read 51 3d 4. Vocabulary 46 3b 2. Listen 52 3e 1. Vocabulary 34 2c 2. The Alphabet 4 Hello 3. Family 8 Hello 7. Vocabulary 11 1a 2. Listen 68 4e 3. Vocabulary 42 3a 2. Read 12 1a 5. Read 18 1c 3.

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