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35Patrick is going to go camping this summer. Listen and complete 7


his notes.

Summer Camp
When? 21st June – 1 ___________________________
Where? in the 2 ___________________________
How to get there? by 3 ___________________________
What time to meet?
at 4 ___________________________
Wifi zone at
campsite? 5 ___________________________

New activities: 6 ___________________________ in the mountains and


7 ___________________________ on the river
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Listen to Tom and Lucy talking about an animal. Complete the


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sentences with one or two words.

1 Moose are the biggest type of ____________________________________ in the world.

2 Antlers grow on a moose’s ____________________________________.

3 Moose lose their antlers in ____________________________________.

4 Moose don’t eat ____________________________________.

5 They’re very good at ____________________________________ and diving.

6 Tom’s aunt is from ____________________________________.

7 Tom’s going to help Lucy with a ____________________________________.


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37 Listen and complete the answers with a word or number. 6

1 What’s Tintin’s dog called? It’s called ______________________________ .

2 What’s Tintin’s job? He works for a ______________________________ .

3 When did the first Tintin story appear? In ______________________________ .

4 Why does Ellie like Tintin? He’s very ______________________________ .

5 In Ellie’s favourite story, what does Tintin explore? The ______________________________ .

6 Where does Ellie read? In ______________________________ .

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38 Listen and circle the correct answers. 7

1 When he was young, Ben wanted to be …


a an architect. b a builder.

2 His job is to design machines for …


a theme parks. b airports.

3 When he was a boy he … rollercoasters.


a liked b didn’t like

4 He started working at Fun Company …


a 12 years ago. b 20 years ago.

5 He likes his job because it’s …


a adventurous. b creative.

6 He usually needs … to finish a big project.


a eight months b 12 months

7 Some of his friends at work don’t go to theme parks because they’re …


a busy. b afraid.

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39Listen and number the pictures in the order Sam talks about 6
them. There are two pictures you don’t need to use.

a b

c d

e f

g h

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40 Listen and write T (true) or F (false). 7

1 Tim likes watching rugby on TV more than playing it. _____


2 Football started before rugby. _____
3 William Webb Ellis went to Rugby School in 1816. _____
4 In 1823, William changed a rule in football. _____
5 In the past, English schools played football with the same rules. _____
6 The Webb Ellis Cup is an important prize. _____
7 Tim’s favourite rugby team beat the French team in 2011. _____

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7 Read and match the sentence halves. 7

I’m Matt and I’m 11 years old. I want to learn to scuba


dive, but my parents say I’m too young and must
wait until I’m 18. They say it’s dangerous. Can you
help me? Is scuba diving dangerous?

Hi Matt, scuba dive at the age of ten, but we think that’s too
Thank you for writing to us. Scuba diving is a great young. Between 12 and 14 is a good age, but you need
activity for a family. Children and their parents can to be a good swimmer and learn a lot about diving
exercise and explore new underwater worlds together. first, for example, what to do if you haven’t got any
It’s a safe sport, but it can be dangerous when people oxygen in your tank or how to tell your team that you
don’t follow the rules. The first and most important aren’t feeling well. Why don’t you ask someone at
rule is: never dive alone. It’s better to scuba dive with your local club to talk to you about it? They can give
more than two people and always look around to see you information and then you can decide if you feel
where the others are. There are children who learn to ready to do a diving course. We hope this helps!

1 Matt writes to the magazine to ask about … a good at swimming.


2 Matt says his mum and dad … b between 12 and 4.
3 Matt’s parents don’t think he should scuba dive … c with other people.
4 Scuba diving can be a good activity … d are worried about scuba diving
5 You should always scuba dive … e a sport.
6 The best age to learn to dive is … f until he’s 18.
7 Before learning to dive, you should be … g for families.
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8 Read and write T (true), F (false) or DS (doesn’t say). 8

Larry Page answers a


few questions:

Do you use Google to do your homework or Q: Tell us about your family.


a project for school? You’re not the only one. LP: My parents were teachers teaching
Google is an online search engine that millions computer science to university students. I have an
of people use to find information. Larry Page older brother and he studied science at university,
and Sergey Brin started working on the Google too. When I was young, he helped me understand
project in 1996 when they were students at how gadgets worked.
Stanford University in the USA. In 1997, people
Q: What did you like doing when you were a
started using Google.
child?
But, what does ‘Google’ mean? Larry and
LP: I liked reading magazines about science. I
Sergey named their search engine ‘Googol’
which is a really big number – the number 1 was interested in technology and I made things in
followed by a hundred zeroes. But someone my free time. For example, I made an electric
made a mistake and changed ‘Googol’ to go-cart (a small car) when I was at school.
‘Google’. Today most dictionaries say that ‘to Q: What did you want to be?
google’ is a verb meaning ‘to look for something LP: I wanted to be an inventor, but I also wanted
on the internet using the Google search engine’. people to use my inventions. Even today I always
Do you ever say, ‘Let’s google it!’ to your friends want to build things that help people, for example,
when you don’t know something? cars that work better.

1 Millions of pupils use Google for their 2 The inventors of Google worked on the
homework. _____ project for a year before people could
use it. _____
3 The search engine was always called 4 Larry and Sergey’s favourite expression
‘Google’. _____ is ‘Let’s google it!’ _____
5 Bilingual dictionaries include the verb 6 Larry Page’s family was interested in
‘google’, too. _____ science. _____
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7 He was an inventor when he was a His car works better than other cars.
child. _____ _____
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9 Read and complete the conversation with the phrases in a–f. 6

Man: Hello, James. I need to ask you some questions about the robbery yesterday. Is
that OK? First question: 1 _____
James: At 3.00? I was at the post office.
Man: 2 _____
James: Because I needed to buy a stamp. It’s my grandmother’s birthday tomorrow, and
I needed to send her a card.
Man: 3 _____
James: No, I didn’t. I didn’t see anything. The post office was very quiet, and there were
only about 5 people there.
Man: 4 _____
James: I was with my brother, Paul. We went together.
Man: 5 _____
James: After we finished at the post office, we went to the park. We saw our friends
and played football with them. Then Paul had an accident and cut his leg.
Man: 6 _____
James: Yes, he’s fine, thank you. He was running too quickly, and he fell over. But my
mum washed his leg and put a plaster on the cut, so he’s OK now.

a Why did you go there? d Where did you go after that?


b What happened? Is he ok? e Did you see the robbery?
c Who were you with? f Where were you at 3.00 yesterday?
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10 Read and complete gaps 1 – 6 with sentences a–f. 6

Hi!
My name is Rajesh. I’m 12 years old and I live in New Delhi, India. In my country there
are deserts, jungles and big rivers. 1 _____ It’s called the Himalayas.
At school, I learn Hindi and English. People from my country speak hundreds of
different languages, 2 _____
I usually walk to school or sometimes I take the bus. We haven’t got a car, but that’s
normal. 3 _____ There are a lot of motorbikes, bicycles and carts with horses. 4 _____
I’m lucky because I go to school. Did you know that a lot of children in India don’t go to
school because they need to work? 5 _____ This isn’t right. Only about 30% of Indians
can read and write, but people are trying to change this.
India is a friendly place and there are many things you can do for fun. You can go to
a dance or visit the Taj Mahal. 6 _____ It was so beautiful! We don’t usually go to
museums, so it was something new for all my family.

a In some families, only boys go to school.


b Sometimes, you can see people riding camels!
c Part of the tallest mountain range in the world is here, too.
d I went there last year and I took a lot of photos.
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MY PROJECT: A POPULAR SPORT IN MY SCHOOL


Netball is a very popular sport in schools • A basketball court has got two sections
in England and other English-speaking and there are five players on each team.
countries. There are more girls who play A netball team has got seven players and
netball than boys. When basketball was the court has got three sections.
invented in 1891 in the USA, a teacher • There are positions for the players in
changed the new game because she netball, for example, goalkeeper (GK),
thought basketball was difficult for women goal defence (GD), centre (C) and goal
to play. In 1893, women and girls started shooter (GS). It’s easy to see the position
playing netball in the UK. of each player because the initials are
Netball is similar to basketball, but there printed on the back of their T-shirts.
are some big differences: • In both games, the players try
• In netball, players can’t walk or run to score goals by throwing
bouncing the ball like they can in the ball through a net. In
basketball. They stay still when they catch netball, the ball is passed
the ball and pass it on to another player. from one section of the court
• Netball is a non-contact game. This means to another, but in basketball,
that players can’t push, hit or touch each players can throw the ball
other. Basketball is a contact game. across the court.

1 There aren’t many _________________ who play netball.


2 A teacher invented netball because she thought basketball was _________________ for
women.
3 In netball, the players _________________ walk or run when they are holding the ball.
4 Basketball is a _________________ game, but netball isn’t.
5 A netball court has got three _________________.
6 In netball, the players wear _________________ with letters on them.
7 In both games, the players try to _________________ goals.
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12 Read and write T (true) or F (false). 7

L
IGHTNING STORMS are storm with thunder and lightning? Do
beautiful to watch, but they can you go out to watch or do you stay
also be extremely dangerous. at home? The best thing to do is to
Lightning can kill people who are stay inside a building or a car. It isn’t
unlucky or don’t know how to protect a good idea to stand under a tree, on
themselves. What makes lightning a cliff or in a valley. And don’t go
dangerous is that you don’t know swimming. It’s very dangerous to be
when or where it’s going to happen. It in open water in a thunderstorm! If
strikes suddenly and at any place. you’re camping, go somewhere low
Another reason it’s dangerous is and sit down without touching the
because it carries a lot of energy. A ground. If you’re at home, then make
big lightning strike has 100 million sure you turn off your computer and
volts of electric power – that’s like television, and don’t have a shower.
100 million light bulbs going on and Lastly, a lightning fact: Roy
off. And the air in the lightning can Sullivan who worked in a national
be six times hotter than the surface park in the USA holds the Guinness
of the Sun – about 30,000°C! It can World Record for ‘lightning hits’.
destroy buildings, kill people, or start Lightning hit him seven times in his
fires. Every year, some forest fires are life and he survived all of them!
started by lightning. He died in 1983, but not because of
What do you do when there’s a lightning!

1 If you know when it will strike, lightning is safe. _____


2 It’s impossible to predict where lightning will strike. _____
3 The surface of the Sun is hotter than a big lightning strike. _____
4 Lightning can cause a forest fire. _____
5 It’s a good idea to go outside in a storm. _____
6 The sea can protect you from lightning. _____
7 Roy Sullivan was killed by lightning in 1983. _____
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13 Look at the prompts and write sentences or questions. 7

1 Tim / always / satnav / to find / way / in / big cities

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2 Jack / going to / drums / next Friday?

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3 where / you / last Monday / ten o’clock?

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4 there / not / sugar / cupboard

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5 my dad / take rubbish out / last night

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6 what kind / trousers / you / want?

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7 I / not / young / my brother

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14 Look and write sentences comparing the animals. Use the 6


adjectives in the tables below.

Rhino Hippo

Tail 70 cm Tail 56 cm
Speed 50 km/hour Speed 30 km/hour
Weight about 2.3 tons Weight about 3 tons
Dangerous *** Dangerous *****

Buffalo

Tail 100 cm
Speed 56 km/hour
Weight about 900 kg
Dangerous ****

1 long tail: rhino/hippo/buffalo ____________________________________________________


2 slow: rhino vs buffalo ____________________________________________________
3 heavy: hippo vs buffalo ____________________________________________________
4 dangerous: rhino/hippo/buffalo ____________________________________________________
5 fast: rhino vs buffalo ____________________________________________________
6 short tail: rhino vs hippo ____________________________________________________
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15 Look and write full sentences. 6

1 2

from now

3 4
CERT T
CON CER
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last Saturday every Sunday

5 6 7

next Friday never yesterday

This is Emma. She’s from the UK.


1 ______________________________________________________________________________________
2 ______________________________________________________________________________________
3 ______________________________________________________________________________________
4 ______________________________________________________________________________________
5 ______________________________________________________________________________________
6 ______________________________________________________________________________________
7 ______________________________________________________________________________________
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16 Read the clues and complete the crossword. 8

2 3

5 6

Down Across
1 A person who likes doing experiments 4 A frozen river of ice. It moves slowly.
and studying maths and physics is a … 7 Rhinos are endangered because of
person. hunting and …
2 A short coat. It keeps you warm. 8 You use this to keep your teeth clean
3 This describes dictionaries that and healthy.
explain words and expressions in two
languages, and people who speak two
languages.
5 A small red fruit, similar to a
strawberry.
6 A sport that’s popular in Britain and
India. The matches can last a very long
time. People hit a ball with a bat.
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17 Read and complete the text with the missing words. The first 6
letter is given.

In my free time, I like 1 c________________ to my friends online. I sometimes


borrow my brother’s 2 t ________________ because it’s easier to use than my heavy
laptop.
Yesterday, my friend Gary, who lives in the USA, 3 shared a new communication
a________________ with me. Now we can talk to each other when I’m
4 d________________ my homework and he’s eating breakfast!

Next month, I’m going to buy some new 5 h________________ for my MP3 player.
The sound from my old ones is terrible. I’m going to try the new shop in the
6 s________________ c________________ . Gill says there are some cool gadgets there,

and they aren’t expensive!

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18 You received this message from your English friend, Paul. Write 6
your answer in 80–100 words.

Hello!
I’m writing a project about young people and gadgets. Can you answer these
questions for me?
• Which is the most important gadget for you and why?
• When do you use it and what do you use it for?
• Are you going to buy a new gadget in the future? Which one?
I hope you can help!
Paul

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19 Talk about the pictures. Use the questions to help you. 5

1 2 3

• How did they spend their free time last weekend?


• What do you usually do at the weekend? What did you do last weekend?
• How do you help in your house or in your school/community?
4 5 6 7

• What do they do?


• What do you want to be when you’re older?
• Who is more interesting / intelligent / artistic / creative / sportier?

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20 Now choose five pictures and talk about them.
5
1 2 3 4 5

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