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Text Pulse © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2014 Contents vocabulary and grammar consolidation and extension Starter unit Vocabulary and Grammar 1–2 Unit 1 Vocabulary: describing people, the body Grammar: have got, question words Consolidation worksheets 3–4 Extension worksheets 5–6 Unit 2 Vocabulary: school subjects, everyday activities Grammar: present simple Consolidation worksheets 7–8 Extension worksheets 9–10 Unit 3 Vocabulary: sports and activities, action verbs Grammar: adverbs of frequency; love, hate, like, don’t mind, word order in question forms Consolidation worksheets 11–12 Extension worksheets 13–14 Unit 4 Vocabulary: clothes and shoes, adjectives of character Grammar: present continuous Consolidation worksheets 15–16 Extension worksheets 17–18 Unit 5 Vocabulary: places to go, food and drink Grammar: there is / are, some and any Consolidation worksheets 19–20 Extension worksheets 21–22 Unit 6 Vocabulary: at home, places to stay Grammar: comparative adjectives, prepositions of place, can and must Consolidation worksheets 23–24 Extension worksheets 25–26 Unit 7 Vocabulary: computer games, TV programmes Grammar 1: there was / were, past simple Consolidation worksheets 27–28 Extension worksheets 29–30 Unit 8 Vocabulary: instruments and musicians, adjectives of opinion Grammar: past simple Consolidation worksheets 31–32 Extension worksheets 33–34 Unit 9 Vocabulary: celebrations, adverbs Grammar: be going to, object pronouns, present continuous for future plans Consolidation worksheets 35–36 Extension worksheets 37–38 Answer key 39–45

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    vocabulary and grammar consolidation and extension

    Starter unitVocabulary and Grammar 1–2

    Unit 1Vocabulary: describing people, the bodyGrammar: have got, question words Consolidation worksheets 3–4Extension worksheets 5–6

    Unit 2Vocabulary: school subjects, everyday activitiesGrammar: present simpleConsolidation worksheets 7–8Extension worksheets 9–10

    Unit 3Vocabulary: sports and activities, action verbsGrammar: adverbs of frequency; love, hate, like, don’t mind, word order in question formsConsolidation worksheets 11–12Extension worksheets 13–14

    Unit 4Vocabulary: clothes and shoes, adjectives of characterGrammar: present continuousConsolidation worksheets 15–16Extension worksheets 17–18

    Unit 5Vocabulary: places to go, food and drinkGrammar: there is / are, some and anyConsolidation worksheets 19–20Extension worksheets 21–22

    Unit 6Vocabulary: at home, places to stayGrammar: comparative adjectives, prepositions of place, can and mustConsolidation worksheets 23–24Extension worksheets 25–26

    Unit 7Vocabulary: computer games, TV programmesGrammar 1: there was / were, past simpleConsolidation worksheets 27–28Extension worksheets 29–30

    Unit 8Vocabulary: instruments and musicians, adjectives of opinionGrammar: past simpleConsolidation worksheets 31–32Extension worksheets 33–34

    Unit 9Vocabulary: celebrations, adverbsGrammar: be going to, object pronouns, present continuous for future plansConsolidation worksheets 35–36Extension worksheets 37–38

    Answer key 39–45

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    STARTER

    Family

    1 Complete the sentences.

    Mum and Dad are my . (narpest)1 Jane is my . (tisrse)2 Tim is my . (niscuo)3 Bella is my . (tanu)4 Frank and Mary are

    my . (regdprantsna)5 Joe is my . (orbhetr)

    Days, months and dates

    2 Circle the correct words.

    Monday / Tuesday is the first day of the week.1 Tuesday / Thursday comes before Wednesday.2 March / April is the third month of the year.3 Christmas is in November / December.4 My birthday is 12/08 or 12th August / July.5 Saturday / Sunday comes after Friday.

    3 Complete the months of the year.

    J a n u a r y u l y F r a r y A g s t a c h S t e b r A r o b r y N v e r J e e m e

    parents

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    5

    7

    8

    1

    6

    3

    2

    4COLOMBIA

    Countries, nationalities and languages

    4 Read the clues and complete the puzzle.

    Across1 Belgians are from .

    5 The capital of is Quito.

    6 Romanian people are from .

    8 Walt Disney is .

    Down2 Irish people are from .

    3 The capital of is Bogotá.

    4 People from Japan are .

    7 People in Spain speak .

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    STARTERgrammar consolidation

    Demonstrative pronouns

    1 Complete the sentences.

    1 are delicious.

    This is my ball.

    2 is our dog.

    3 is a good book.

    4 are my cousins.

    Subject pronouns and possessive adjectives

    2 Write the possessive adjectives.

    I 1 you 2 he 3 she 4 it 5 we 6 you 7 they

    my

    3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

    we you my their his her

    This is sister. She’s 15.1 Hi, Charlie. How are ?2 He’s American. What’s name?3 ’re from China. This is our mother.4 They’re British. names are Pat

    and Rick.5 name is Maria. She’s Spanish.

    Possessive’s

    4 Circle the correct words.

    My sister’s / sisters’ name is Linda.1 His dad’s / dads’ birthday is in August.2 My brothers’ / brother’s names are Tom and

    Jack.3 James’ / Jame’s birthday party is on Saturday.4 Their aunt’s / aunts’ name is Fiona.

    be: affi rmative and negative

    5 Circle the correct words.

    They aren’t Chinese. They’re / They aren’t Japanese.

    1 Brad is American. He’s / He isn’t from New York.

    2 Jan is / isn’t French. He’s Belgian.3 I’m from Spain. I’m / I’m not Spanish.4 My sister is 13. She’s / She isn’t 14.5 We’re from Ecuador. We’re / We aren’t

    Colombian.

    be: questions and short answers

    6 Complete the questions and short answers.

    we in your class? Yes, you .1 I your friend? Yes, you .2 London in England? Yes, it .3 you from Australia? Yes, I .4 she Mexican? No, she .

    my

    Are are

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    UNIT

    1

    Describing people

    1 Look at the pictures. Complete the table with the words in the box.

    average average beard curly fair glasses long short slim straight tall

    hair height build other features

    1

    2

    3

    4

    The body

    2 Order the letters and label the picture.

    ahed eckn egl hotot igenfr ltia mra ndah ote tofo

    vocabulary consolidation

    3 Read the text and circle the correct words.

    Chameleons are strange animals. They’ve got big (1) eyes / ears and a long (2) tail / mouth. They haven’t got any (3) hair / feet. They’ve got four (4) legs / arms and three (5) toes / fingers on each foot. They’ve got a big (6) mouth / hand.

    average

    2

    4

    1

    3

    3

    9

    2

    7

    8

    1

    5

    6

    4

    10

    hairhead

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    UNIT

    1

    have got: affi rmative

    1 Order the words to make sentences.

    short / I’ve / hair / got .

    1 have / Alpacas / big / got / eyes .

    2 got / toes / two / have / Camels / foot / on / each .

    3 crocodile / lots of / has / teeth / A / got / sharp .

    4 six / have / Insects / got / legs .

    5 tails / got / Lions / have / long .

    have got: negative

    2 Complete the sentences with hasn’t got or haven’t got.

    A vampire dark skin.1 Jennifer Lawrence ginger hair.2 I a beard.3 Kristen Stewart straight hair.4 Emma Watson blue eyes.5 Daniel Radcliffe long hair.

    grammar consolidation

    I’ve got short hair.

    hasn’t got

    have got: questions and short answers

    3 Write questions and complete the short answers.

    camels / big ears?

    No, .1 a polar bear / long tail?

    No, .

    2 alpacas / long necks?

    Yes, .3 Angelina Jolie / long hair?

    Yes, .

    4 Robert Pattinson / blue eyes?

    Yes, .5 Mark / wavy hair?

    No, .

    Question words

    4 Complete the questions. Then match the questions with the answers.

    1 W is Superman from? 2 W is your birthday? 3 H old are you? 4 W is her favourite actor? 5 W is her nickname? 6 W is Rafael Nadal from?

    a) Her nickname is Milly.b) Jake Gyllenhall.c) He’s from the USA.d) I’m 14.e) He’s from Spain.f ) It’s on 6th May.

    Have camels got big ears ? they haven’t

    here c

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    UNIT

    1

    Describing people

    1 Complete the descriptions.

    1 Eva has got long, (1) hair. Her hair is (2) and her (3) are brown.

    2 David has got short, (4) hair. He’s got green (5) .

    3 Alex has got short, (6) hair. His hair is (7) . He’s got a brown (8) .

    vocabulary extension

    Eva Alex

    curlyd

    ef

    ew

    db

    2 Look at the picture and complete the text.

    This is Postman Paul. He’s got short, dark (1) . His (2) is open – he is scared.

    The dog is called Max. Max is a big dog. He’s got a long (3) . He’s got a long nose and long (4) . His (5) look sharp. He’s got a short (6) . He’s got Paul’s shoe. I can see Paul’s (7) because he hasn’t got his shoe.

    3 Complete the text.

    Elephants are from Africa and Asia. They’ve got a large (1) and two huge (2) .They’ve got a very long (3) called a ‘trunk’ and a short (4) . They’ve got four strong (5) and four feet.

    hair head

    The bodyDavid

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    1

    Question words

    3 Complete the questions and answers.

    where / you from?

    .1 what / country / London in?

    Great Britain.

    2 how / many / Star Wars / films / there?

    six.3 who / director / of Avatar?

    James Cameron.

    4 how old / you?

    .5 when / Christmas day?

    on 25th December.

    Cumulative grammar

    4 Complete the dialogue.

    Sam (1) many Harry PotterTM films are there?

    Amy There are seven. Number three is my favourite. I like the elf, Dobby.

    Sam Oh yes. I like Dobby, too. He’s small and he (2) big ears and big eyes. He (3) any hair.

    Amy That’s right. (4) old is he?Sam I don’t know. How old is Harry in that film?Amy He’s about 13 I think. (5) is the

    name of his best friend?Sam Ron. He’s very funny.Amy Yes. He is. I like Hermione, too. They

    (6) unusual hair. Ron’s got ginger hair and Hermione’s got very thick, wavy hair.

    Amy Ginger hair isn’t unusual. I (7) ginger hair!

    grammar extension

    have got: affi rmative and negative

    1 Circle T (true) or F (false). Correct the false sentences.

    Dogs have got four eyes. T F

    1 Mice haven’t got tails. T F

    2 Mosquitoes have got six legs. T F

    3 Fish have got ears. T F

    4 Camels have got two heads. T F

    5 Rats have got pink noses. T F

    6 Snakes have got legs. T F

    7 Giraffes haven’t got short necks. T F

    8 The cyclops has got one eye. T F

    9 The sirens haven’t got hair. T F

    have got: questions and short answers

    2 Write questions. Then write the short answers.

    you / straight hair?

    1 the red queen / a crown?

    2 a vampire / white skin?

    3 Gollum / hair?

    4 Jennifer Lawrence / brown eyes?

    5 your teacher / wavy hair?

    Dogs haven’t got four eyes.

    Have you got straight hair? Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.

    Where are you from? I’m from

    How

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    Everyday activities

    3 Circle the correct words.

    Sam does / has his homework after school.1 We don’t go / start to bed early on Saturdays.2 I get / have a shower every day.3 The students finish / have school at 3.45.4 Maria plays / gets dressed after she has a

    shower.5 We have / start school at 9.00.6 Paula doesn’t tidy / do her room.7 We get / go up at 7.30.8 You meet / have dinner in the evening.9 I have / play the piano.

    vocabulary consolidation

    School subjects

    1 Order the letters and label the pictures.

    CIT EP madar nedac scium tar

    2 Read the clues and complete the puzzle.

    Across4 is the study of the past.6 In France, people speak .

    Down1 You learn about how the world works in

    .2 You learn about different countries in

    .3 You read a lot in classes.5 You do experiments in .

    1

    2 3

    4 5

    dance

    1

    4

    6

    3

    5

    2

    LITERATURE

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    Present simple: negative

    2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

    We singing on stage. (not like)1 My brother on Sundays. (not

    study)2 Nathan and Ian in the same

    town as me. (not live)3 We swimming at school. (not

    go)4 I a school uniform. (not wear)5 She basketball at school. (not

    play)

    Present simple: questions and short answers

    3 Complete the questions with do or does. Then write short answers so they are true for you.

    you play football?

    1 your teacher give you a lot of homework?

    2 your friends play rugby?

    3 your mum like cooking?

    4 your friends live near you?

    5 you wear a school uniform?

    4 Order the words to make questions. Then write short answers so they are true for you.

    you / play / Do / rugby ?

    1 finish / school / Do / you / at / 3.30 ?

    2 you / share / a / room / Do ?

    3 you / Do / live / a / big / town / in ?

    4 Do / play / you / in / a / band ?

    5 study / you / maths / Do / at / school ?

    6 basketball / like / you / Do ?

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    Present simple: affi rmative

    1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

    We football. (love)1 I school at 8.00. (start)2 You school at 4.30. (finish)3 I a room with my sister. (share)4 She on stage in the school concerts.

    (perform)5 They rugby, but they don’t play

    football. (play)

    loveDo

    don’t like

    Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

    Do you play rugby? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

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    2UNIT vocabulary extension

    School subjects

    1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

    art citizenship dance drama geography German history ICT literature music science

    We learn this year.1 I love reading. is my favourite

    subject.2 You learn about different types of government

    and local communities in the class.

    3 We learn about different countries and their physical features in .

    4 I don’t like . It’s all about the past. I want to learn about the present.

    5 In we do experiments. It’s very interesting.

    6 My sister studies in London. It’s hard work. She has to do a lot of exercise every day.

    7 My friend likes . She plays the piano and the flute and she sings too.

    8 We study on Monday. We go to a special room with lots of computers.

    9 My friend doesn’t like the classes. She doesn’t like to perform on stage.

    10 We have class on Friday. We paint or draw different things. It’s fun.

    German

    Everyday activities

    2 Circle ten verbs in the wordsnake.

    3 Complete the sentences with the verbs from exercise 2.

    We school at 9.00.1 I a shower every day.2 Laura her friends after school.3 Please the living room.4 Carla her homework after school.5 I dressed after I have a shower.6 You dinner in the evening.7 We to bed late on Saturdays.8 They school at 3.45.9 John up at 7.30.

    doe

    sabg

    odeha

    vestfinishegetstartditidyopgetswehav

    em

    eets

    start

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    2UNITgrammar extension

    Present simple: affi rmative and negative

    1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box.

    act finish not live not study perform sing

    Alex on stage in his drama class.1 I at home.2 Joe school at 5.00.3 My mum at parties sometimes.4 Bob French or German. He studies

    Spanish.5 Rosie and Meg short plays to their

    friends at weekends.

    2 Circle the correct words.

    John sings / sing in the shower.1 My dad finish / finishes work at six o’clock.2 We perform / performs in concerts all around

    the world.3 Julie doesn’t study / don’t study German.4 They live / love in a small town near the

    school.5 I don’t like / likes literature classes.

    Present simple: questions and short answers

    3 Look at the table. Then write questions and short answers.

    play the guitar

    study geography

    sing in the shower

    Joe ✘ ✔ ✔Ellie ✔ ✘ ✔Maria ✘ ✔ ✘

    Ellie / the guitar?

    1 Ellie / geography?

    2 Joe and Ellie / the shower?

    3 Joe / geography?

    4 Maria and Joe / the guitar?

    acts

    Does Ellie play the guitar? Yes, she does.

    Cumulative grammar

    4 Complete the dialogue.

    Uncle Max Hello John, how are you?John I’m fine Uncle Max.Uncle Max (1) you like school?John Yes, I (2) . Maths and

    drama are my favourite classes.Uncle Max Excellent. (3) you wear a

    uniform?John No, I (4) . We can

    wear the clothes we want.Uncle Max Good. (5) sports do you

    do?John I (6) football and rugby and

    we go swimming every Thursday.Uncle Max It sounds great. Do you have music

    lessons?John Yes, I do. I (7) piano

    lessons. I’m in a band, too. I (8) the guitar. We sometimes (9) on stage at school concerts.

    Uncle Max (10) is the next concert? I want to come and hear you play.

    John Really? It’s at the end of term.

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    3

    Sports and activities

    1 Look at the pictures. Complete the puzzle.

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    5

    1

    3 6

    8

    2

    4 7

    Action verbs

    2 Complete the sentences with do, play or go.

    We often football.1 I can athletics.2 We sometimes hockey.3 Can you judo?4 We always swimming at the

    weekend.5 I can’t rugby.

    playthrow

    8

    3

    5

    4

    6

    2

    7

    1

    SWI

    MMING

    3 Complete the text with the verbs in the box.

    catch dive jump kick run score throw

    We do lots of sports at school. Twice a week we practise ball skills. We (1) and (2) the ball in pairs. Then we (3) the ball to each other. Finally we try and (4) a goal against another pair. Once a week we work on fitness. We (5) around the track and we (6) over hurdles. At the weekend I go swimming. I like to (7) into the pool and see how far I can swim underwater.

    Across

    Down

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    UNIT

    3

    love, hate, (don’t) like, don’t mind + -ing

    3 Complete the text with the correct form of love, hate, like, don’t mind or don’t like.

    J J love J like K don’t mind L don’t like L L hate

    I (1) J J reading comics, but my brother (2) L reading comics. He (3) J watching films and he (4) J J playing football. I (5) L L playing football, but I (6) K cycling. And I (7) J J watching TV.

    Question forms: word order

    4 Order the words to make questions. Then match the questions with their answers.

    1 any / pets / you / got / Have ?

    2 your / Where / teacher / is / from ? 3 doing / parents / like / Do / exercise / your ? 4 18 / your / Is / sister ? 5 play / often / they / How / football / do ? 6 go / swimming / you / at the weekend / Do ?

    a) Yes, they do.b) Every Saturday.c) Yes, I have. I’ve got a cat.d) No, I don’t.e) He’s from Barcelona.f ) No, she isn’t.

    Adverbs of frequency

    1 Circle the correct words.

    I hate judo. I always / never do it.1 Katy often is / is often tired in the morning.2 Ian usually goes / goes usually to the cinema

    on Saturdays.3 We are always / always are busy at

    weekends.4 Penny plays sometimes / sometimes plays

    tennis in the summer.

    grammar consolidation

    Every day. / Every evening.

    love

    Have you got any pets?

    Adverbs of frequency in questions

    2 Complete the questions with How or Do. Then write short answers so they are true for you.

    often do you watch TV?

    1 you usually play sport at the weekend?

    2 often do you go horse-riding?

    3 you usually ride your bike to school?

    4 you usually do exercise after school?

    5 often do you go skateboarding?

    c

    How

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    UNIT

    3

    Sports and activities

    1 Complete the sentences.

    I love . I really enjoy jumping on my bike and riding off round the roads for an hour or two.

    1 We do at school. I like the high jump best. My brother is really good at running.

    2 I’m going this weekend with my new board. The waves in the sea are so big!

    3 Matt does . He’s very good. He hopes to get his black belt soon.

    4 Mum and I go at the weekend. I love it. I hope to have my own horse one day.

    5 Aunt Jane does a lot of . She says it relaxes her body and mind.

    6 They go on Saturdays. They go to a large forest and spend hours riding up and down hills. They always come back very dirty and the bikes are always covered in mud.

    7 Miss Smith is an teacher. She teaches one class a day at the local gym. That’s why she’s so fit.

    8 We go in January. I love it. Rushing down the mountain is such fun. I think it’s easier than snowboarding.

    vocabulary extension

    cycling

    score

    Jack never goes snowboarding.

    Action verbs

    2 Write sentences with the correct form of play, go or do.

    Jack / never / snowboarding

    1 My parents / sometimes / golf 2 We always / cycling at the weekend 3 Can you / judo 4 Katy loves / basketball 5 Mum / yoga every Tuesday 6 My brother / often / football 7 They / skiing / at Christmas

    3 Complete the sentences.

    Players like Messi are well known because they lots of goals for their team.

    1 In football, the goalkeeper can the ball a very long way.

    2 Rugby is different to football because you can the ball to someone on your team.

    3 Look! He’s going to from the 3 m board. That is very high.

    4 Ice hockey is a great game to watch. The teams can around the ice so quickly.

    5 My brother is a mountain in the Alps this weekend. I hope he reaches the top.

    6 My leg really hurts. Someone me with a ball in hockey yesterday.

    7 I’m not very good at basketball. I can never the ball. I always drop it!

    8 We do athletics at school. I’m good at running. I can’t do the shot put. I can’t even the ball, it’s so heavy.

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    UNIT

    3

    love, hate, (don’t) like, don’t mind + -ing

    3 Complete the text with the words in the box and a suitable verb.

    J J love J like K don’t mind L don’t like L L hate

    I (1) J my bike and I (2) K football. Karl doesn’t like sport. He (3) J J to music and he (4) J his friends. I (5) J my friends, too and I (6) J J on the phone, but I (7) L L TV.

    4 Write questions for the answers.

    I’m from Peru.

    1 Seville is in Spain.

    2 I go swimming on Thursday evenings.

    3 No, I don’t. I hate skiing.

    4 Yes, it is. Spain is in Europe.

    5 Yes, it has. The school football team has got 11 players.

    Cumulative grammar

    5 Complete the dialogue.

    Pete Hello. (1) you a new student?Ben Yes, I am. My name’s Ben.Pete I’m Pete. (2) are you from?Ben I’m from Germany.Pete Great. (3) you like it here?

    (4) are you studying?Ben I (5) it here. It’s great. I’m

    studying music. I (6) the piano and the violin.

    Pete Wow! That’s great. (7) do you practise?

    Ben I (8) practise every day, but (9) it’s hard. There’s so much to see and do here.

    Adverbs of frequency

    1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box and the adverbs in brackets.

    be (x2) do have stay up tidy

    We our homework before dinner. (always)

    1 Matt and Sally late for school. (never)

    2 Rob up late at the weekend. (usually)

    3 Jane tired after school. (often)4 I my room on Saturdays.

    (sometimes)5 My grandparents lunch with us

    on Christmas Day. (always)

    Adverbs of frequency in questions

    2 Write questions for the answers. Use How often or Do you usually.

    I talk on the phone every day.

    1 Yes, I usually watch films on Saturdays.

    2 I go running every morning before breakfast.

    3 No, I don’t usually do exercise at the weekend.

    4 We play basketball every weekend.

    5 Never. I hate football.

    grammar extension

    alwa ys do

    like riding

    How often do you talk on the phone?

    Where are you from?

    Are

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    UNIT

    4

    Clothes and shoes

    1 Find seven clothes words in the wordsearch.

    B O M S C C O W A

    O H E C D E O S B

    O E I A U J M H O

    T S U R M A R O T

    S K Y F T C T R S

    R I A R A K R T I

    T R O U S E R S O

    U T I C L T T E R

    P R L U D R E S S

    2 Circle the correct words.

    vocabulary consolidation

    I’m wearing a (4) jeans / skirt and a (5) shirt / jumper. I’ve got (6) boots / trainers on. I’ve got a (7) hat / tie and a (8) scarf / glove.

    Adjectives of character

    3 Find eight adjectives in the wordsnake.

    I’m wearing (1) jeans / shorts and a (2) jacket / jumper. I’m not wearing (3) shorts / shoes.

    self

    ishp

    aich

    eerfu

    lpjealoussapconfidentsasfunnyselazya

    loyal

    lipfri

    endl

    y

    4 Complete the sentences with the adjectives from exercise 3.

    Mark is always . He smiles all the time.

    1 You need to be to be a good leader.

    2 Joe is so . He can make everyone laugh.

    3 Jenny is very . She always talks to everyone at parties.

    4 They are so . They never do any work.

    5 Sarah is very . She doesn’t like to share her things.

    6 My dog, Max, is very . He always stays by my side.

    7 I think my brother is of me. I’ve got a car and now he wants one.

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    Present continuous: affi rmative

    1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

    They basketball. (play)1 We in a marathon. (run)2 He the game. (lose)3 I my favourite dress today.

    (wear)4 David and Paula the tango.

    (dance)5 Linda in the park. (walk)

    Present continuous: negative

    2 Circle the correct words.

    Tina aren’t / isn’t running in the race.1 I ’m not / isn’t wearing jeans.2 You isn’t / aren’t playing rugby.3 Mum ’m not / isn’t driving her car.4 We isn’t / aren’t winning this match.5 Roger isn’t / ’m not surfing at the beach.

    Present continuous: questions and short answers

    3 Complete the questions with the verbs in the box. Then complete the short answers.

    dance do go have play wear

    Joe a shower? .

    1 you your homework? Yes, I .

    2 they a party? No, they .

    3 Max the piano? No, he .

    4 we well? Yes, you .

    5 Bella a skirt? Yes, she .

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    are playing

    Is having Yes, he is

    Present continuous and present simple

    4 Complete the text with the present simple or present continuous form of the verbs in brackets.

    I usually (1) (go) swimming on Saturdays, but today I (2) (watch) TV. It’s the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. Rafael Nadal (3) (play) Andy Murray. I never (4) (play) tennis. I (5) (do) judo. But this is a very exciting game. Murray (6) (hit) the ball well and he (7) (win). He’s amazing!

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    4

    Clothes and shoes

    1 Write the words for the definitions.

    You wear this in winter to keep your feet warm and dry.

    1 Men who work in an office often wear this around their neck.

    2 Women often wear this in the evening to a party or for a special occasion.

    3 You wear this over your clothes in winter to keep warm and dry. It can be long or short.

    4 People wear this on their top in the summer.

    5 People wear this on their head.

    6 People wear these shoes when they do sport, but also wear them with casual clothes.

    7 Men and women wear these on their legs. Men wear them with a shirt and jacket.

    8 People wear this over a shirt or T-shirt to keep warm.

    9 Women wear this instead of trousers. It can look very smart.

    10 You usually wear these on your feet inside boots or shoes.

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    boots

    3 Complete the sentences.

    James is a very intelligent boy. He passes his exams easily. He’s so .

    1 Nico is an boy. He loves to go climbing, skiing and surfing.

    2 Jane can be at times. She always wants what I’ve got.

    3 Jackie is a girl. She finds it difficult to make friends and she hates talking in public.

    4 John can be so sometimes. He’s refusing to let me watch TV with him at the moment.

    5 Matt is really . He’s very sure of himself which makes him a good leader.

    6 My mother was so of me when I won the national tennis championship.

    7 Sam is a really friend. He supports me even when everyone else thinks I’m wrong.

    8 I can’t believe how Sarah is. She never does anything to help.

    clever

    1

    5

    3

    2

    6

    4

    Adjectives of character

    2 Write the correct words in the puzzle. What is the mystery word?

    1 Someone who is always happy is .2 Someone who doesn’t make a lot of noise is

    .3 Someone who is sure of themself is

    . 4 Someone who is friendly and helpful is

    .5 Someone who doesn’t like to work very hard

    is .6 The mystery word is .

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    Present continuous: affi rmative and negative1 Correct the sentences.

    The tennis player is hiting the ball.

    1 Maria is listen to some music.

    2 They aren’t talk on the phone.

    3 I isn’t writing an email.

    4 We’re goeing to the cinema.

    5 Alex is sits on the sofa.

    2 Write sentences in the present continuous.

    I / not watch / TV

    1 We / not eat / pizza

    2 Andy / swim / now

    3 They / not play / computer games

    4 Emma / sleep / at the moment

    5 Dad / not listen / to music

    Present continuous: questions and short answers3 Write questions and short answers.

    you use / a pen? ✔

    1 Joe sit / on the sofa? ✔

    2 Peter wear / trousers? ✘

    3 they kick / the ball? ✘

    4 Alice enjoy / the party? ✔

    5 we play / tennis well? ✔

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    The tennis pla yer is hitting the ball.

    I’m not watching TV.

    Are you using a pen? Yes, I am.

    Present continuous and present simple

    4 Complete the text with the present simple or present continuous form of an appropriate verb.

    I usually (1) skateboarding on Saturdays, but today I (2) a football match on TV. It’s really exciting. Manchester United (3) AC Milan. I (4) football. I never watch or play it. I prefer rugby, but this is a very exciting game. Rooney (5) the ball well and he (6) very fast. Manchester United (7) !

    Cumulative grammar

    5 Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the words in the box. There are two extra words.

    enjoy hate have got like never perform see sing sometimes stand what where

    Pete Hi John, how are you?John Good thanks, Kyle. (1) you

    the party?Kyle Yes, I am. (2) ’s the name of

    the band that (3) ?John Jam Attack. They (4) my

    favourite song right now.Kyle It’s a good song. (5) ’s Jessie?John She’s over there. She (6) next

    to the man in the red shirt.Kyle Oh yes. I can (7) her. Who’s

    the man?John That’s Greg. He’s nice. He’s very

    adventurous. He (8) climbing and mountain biking. We (9) go cycling together at the weekend. He (10) a great bike. I’m rather jealous actually.

    go

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    Places to go

    1 Order the letters and label the pictures.

    akpr ecmian féac gonbwil lylae lopo ymg

    vocabulary consolidation

    2 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

    football stadium library school shopping centre skate park sports centre

    The teachers at the are very good, but they give out lots of homework.

    1 The people in the start cheering when someone scores a goal.

    2 The local is excellent. There’s a large gym, a swimming pool and they offer different exercise classes.

    3 My brother spends a lot of his free time at the . He practises different tricks on his board.

    4 I work in the local at the weekend. I have to put books back on the shelves.

    5 We often go to the on Thursday evenings. The shops stay open late and it’s nice just to look around.

    Food and drink

    3 Find nine food and drink words in the wordsearch.

    T B A P L E C M I L K A

    O E R C A K E U A E K S

    G E T E P A R L E V N A

    C A S U O T S A S A U L

    H D Y O T G A H A I T A

    E P G R A S P S E N S D

    E E T W T V A G A L O P

    S A L E O I S R R I C E

    E S K H E S T F E A R S

    R F S H S R A B I V H R

    A Y O G H U R T T S Y K

    W B E R S B I S C U I T

    S A R A I B F R T I A S

    school

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    4

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    5

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    There is / There are: affi rmative and negative

    1 Complete the sentences with there is / isn’t or there are / aren’t.

    a supermarket near here. ✔1 a cinema in the shopping

    centre. ✘2 any restaurants in my street. ✘3 two parks here. ✔4 any hotels in our town. ✘5 a beach near my town. ✔

    Countable and uncountable nouns

    2 Write C (countable) or U (uncountable). Write the plural for the countable nouns.

    apple 1 beach 2 milk 3 pasta 4 lake 5 water 6 island 7 food

    There is / There are + a / an, some and any

    3 Circle the correct words.

    There isn’t any / some water in the river.1 Have you got a / any comics?2 There’s some / a cheese on the table.3 Has she got an / any apple?4 Are there a / any trees in the park?5 There isn’t a / some museum in my town.

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    There is

    C apples

    Is there a church in your town? Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t.

    Is there ...? / Are there ...?

    4 Order the words to make questions. Then write short answers so they are true for you.

    a / Is / church / your / in / there / town ?

    1 hotels / town / Are / any / your / there / in ?

    2 street / sports centre / a / Is / there / your / in ?

    3 house / there / trees / Are / near / any / your ?

    4 in / library / your / Is / town / there / a ?

    5 your / in / street / there / newsagent / Is / a ?

    How much …? How many …?

    5 Complete the questions with How much or How many.

    calories are there in a chocolate biscuit?

    1 fat is there in a slice of cake?2 milk do I add to the mixture?3 eggs do we need for the cake?4 apples shall I buy at the shop?5 salt do you add to this sauce?

    How many

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    Places to go

    1 Complete the dialogue.

    Man I’m new to this town. Can you tell me what things there are to do here? I’m very interested in sport, especially swimming.

    Woman Excellent. Well, there are several (1) around the town, three indoor and one outdoor. They all belong to (2) , which also have (3) , where you can work out and do lots of different exercise classes. We have a big (4) , which is where our local football team practises and plays its home matches. There are several (5) , which are good for long walks and picnics. I often take my dog for walks in the one nearest my house. There’s a (6) , which is very popular with teenagers who practise different moves on their boards. There’s a huge (7) , which has a lot of different shops in it, as well as a ten-screen (8) with all the latest films. There’s a (9) ,which is great for parties as you can play a couple of rounds and then have a meal. Obviously there are lots of restaurants and (10) , which serve all kinds of food. Oh and if you’re looking for some peace and quiet then the town (11) is a great place to go. They have all the latest books and DVDs and lots of information about local events.

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    swimming pools

    5

    2

    3

    1

    4

    S C H O O L

    2 Read the clues and complete the puzzle.

    Across2 This is where children have to go every day to

    study different subjects.3 Teenagers often go here to practise tricks and

    turns on their boards.4 This place is usually very quiet and full of

    people reading.5 This place offers a sport which uses a heavy

    ball which you throw to knock down skittles.

    Down1 This is where professional teams play football.

    Food and drink

    3 Complete the definitions.

    The is an orange vegetable which contains a lot of vitamin D.

    1 is a dairy product which comes in lots of different flavours.

    2 are often eaten as a snack or at teatime.

    3 is an important source of omega oil which helps the brain to function.

    4 The can be served boiled, roasted, fried or mashed.

    5 is a natural drink that comes from fruit. It comes in a variety of flavours.

    6 is grown in tropical countries such as Thailand, India and China.

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    Is there …? Are there …? and How much …? How many …?

    4 Write questions about your town. Then write short answers so they are true for you.

    a museum?

    1 How / restaurants?

    2 a sports centre?

    3 How / people?

    4 a library?

    5 a shopping centre?

    Cumulative grammar

    5 Circle the correct words to complete the text.

    There is / There are: affi rmative and negative

    1 Complete the sentences with there is / isn’t or there are / aren’t.

    a church / near my house ✘

    1 a river / in my town ✔

    2 any shops / in my street ✘

    3 two schools / near here ✔

    4 a shopping centre / in my street ✘

    5 a football stadium / in my town ✘

    Countable and uncountable nouns

    2 Complete the gaps with the correct form of the words in the box.

    apple butter grape milk strawberry water

    How much do we need to buy?1 We use five , to make one glass of

    juice.2 Is there enough for everyone to have

    a drink?3 There isn’t any in the fridge, so I

    can’t bake a cake.4 Are there any ? I want to make a

    smoothie.5 I love pears and bananas, but I don’t like

    .

    There is / There are + a / an, some and any

    3 Complete the sentences with a, an, some or any.

    There is strawberry on the floor.1 There’s pasta for lunch.2 Are there supermarkets near here?3 I’ve got cheese.4 There isn’t cinema in my street.5 Is there office near your house?

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    milk

    a

    There isn’t a church near my house. Is there a museum? Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t.

    I live in a big city. There (1) is / are lots of things to do and places to go. I love it. There (2) is / are a huge football stadium for our local team. There (3) is / are two big sports centres which offer lots of different activities. One (4) has got / is a big indoor climbing wall. I (5) always / never go there on Saturdays because I love climbing. My sister (6) often / never goes there because she hates it. In fact, she (7) hates / loves all sport. She likes going to the shopping centre or (8) going / is going to the cinema. I (9) don’t like / love the shopping centre. I think it’s boring. I like being outside. Hillside Park is a wonderful place to go. There (10) are / aren’t any cars so it’s very quiet. There are (11) some / any trees and there’s (12) a / an big lake. It’s beautiful.

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    6

    At home

    1 Read the clues and complete the puzzle.

    Across1 You use this to help you see when it’s dark.5 You use this to sit on.7 You keep things in this. There are lots

    in the kitchen.8 You use this to heat food.9 You sleep on this.

    11 You usually find this in the living room. Two or three people can sit on it.

    Down2 This is a comfortable seat for one.3 You keep clothes in this.4 You find this in the kitchen or dining room.

    You eat your food on it.6 You use this to look at yourself.

    10 You do your homework on this.

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    3 Circle the correct words.

    Last year we stayed in a hotel / tent in London. It was wonderful with a very comfy bed and a buffet breakfast.

    1 We go on holiday in a tent / caravan. It’s cheaper than staying in a hotel, but not as uncomfortable as camping.

    2 This summer we’re going to rent a villa / farm in Spain. It’s near the beach and has a swimming pool.

    3 They stayed on a farm / lighthouse over the summer. The children loved it. They fed the animals and picked fruit.

    4 I want to rent a log cabin / castle this summer and explore the woods and lakes nearby.

    5 My parents stayed on a mobile home / barge at Easter. They travelled down the canal for a week and had a great time.

    Places to stay

    2 Order the letters and label the pictures.

    aeltcs erbga fmra ivlal ntne ohyut tehols sgtuelhoh varcana

    1

    2

    4

    6

    3

    5

    7

    castle

    1 2

    7

    4 5

    8

    109

    3

    6

    11

    L A M P

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    Comparative adjectives

    1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the adjectives in brackets.

    Jackie’s room is usually than Joe’s. (tidy)

    1 Our kitchen is than theirs. (big)2 She is than I remember.

    (beautiful)3 A hotel is than renting a mobile

    home. (expensive)4 Camping is than staying in a villa.

    (cheap)5 James is at maths than I am.

    (good)

    2 Circle the correct comparative adjectives.

    The mobile home is bigger / more big than the tent.

    1 My grandmother is oldier / older than the queen.

    2 This armchair is more comfortable / comfortabler than the one I have at home.

    3 My dog is fastter / faster than yours.4 My homework was easyer / easier than I

    thought.

    Prepositions of place

    3 Write the prepositions.

    can / can’t

    4 Complete the sentences with can or can’t.

    We swim here, look at the sign.1 This apartment isn’t any good, you

    have a pet. Where would we put the dog? 2 You only use the pool in the hotel

    between 9.00am and 7.00pm.3 We stay in this hotel, but it’s $400 a

    night.4 We go to the party on Saturday

    because we will be away.

    must / mustn’t

    5 Circle the correct words.

    You must / mustn’t eat food in class.1 It’s cold. You must / mustn’t wear a coat.2 You must / mustn’t drop litter in the park.3 You must / mustn’t use your mobile phone in

    the library.4 You must / mustn’t wear sun cream in the

    summer.5 You must / mustn’t put your rubbish in

    the bin.

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    can’ttidier

    1

    2

    4

    3

    5

    near

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    At home

    1 Complete the sentences.

    I need a new . The one I’ve got keeps burning the food.

    1 My mum has got a new three-seater for the living room. It’s purple!

    2 The in the bathroom needs cleaning. I can’t see myself in it!

    3 This is very comfortable. I could sit here all day.

    4 The dining room has got a lot of food on it. I hope you’re hungry!

    5 I must clean the in the kitchen before I put the shopping away.

    6 James is working at his . He’s got a lot of homework tonight.

    7 The light isn’t very good in here. The isn’t very bright.

    8 I need to sort out my clothes before I buy any more. I don’t have any space in my

    at the moment.

    Places to stay

    2 Look at the pictures. Find ten words in the wordsquare.

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    cooker

    3 Use the words from exercise 2 to complete the definitions.

    A is a place where people stay when they go on holiday.

    1 A is an old building that might have a tower or a dungeon.

    2 A is a tall building with a light that shows sailors where the rocks are.

    3 A is a long boat that you can sleep on.

    4 A is a place where you can stay for a low price. You usually have to share a room.

    5 A is a mobile house that you pull behind your car. You can sleep in it at night.

    6 A is something you need when you go camping.

    7 A is a house that you can rent for a week or more for a holiday.

    8 A is something in between a caravan and a house.

    9 A is a place in the country where you can find animals or crops.

    hotel

    S B M C J C E R V P

    C A R A V A N T I I

    D R V B K S U G L N

    T G A I O T D F L Y

    Y E W N P L S H A T

    M O B I L E H O M E

    H O S T E L L T O N

    P T H F A R M E S T

    L R F D S A N L B C

    L I G H T H O U S E

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    Cumulative grammar

    5 Complete the text with the correct form of the words in the box.

    can can expensive good have got love opposite stay there are

    This castle hotel is wonderful. I know it is (1) than the other hotel, but it is much (2) . We (3) our own bathroom and we (4) in a tower. It’s exciting! I (5) this place. We (6) use the pool all day long. I know we (7) bring guests to the pool, but that’s OK. (8) two gyms and a spa, too. Look! Our room is (9) the lake, what a wonderful view.

    Comparative adjectives

    1 Look at the table. Then complete the sentences.

    price age rooms featureshotel £145 modern 300 sports

    centrecastle £220 old 35 large

    gardensvilla £130 modern 5 swimming

    poollighthouse £180 old 2 private

    beach

    The hotel is than the castle. It’s only £145 a night.

    1 The villa is than the hotel. It only has five rooms.

    2 The lighthouse is than the hotel because it has its own beach.

    3 The castle is than the hotel. It’s over 500 years old!

    4 The lighthouse is than the villa. It’s £180 a night.

    2 Complete the sentences.

    My house is the same size as yours. It is yours.

    1 This film is good. I liked the film yesterday, too. This film is the film we saw yesterday.

    2 The maths is not very difficult. It isn’t I thought.

    3 Jack’s room is tidy and so is Jane’s. Jack’s room is Jane’s.

    4 The hotel is £150. The castle is £220. The hotel isn’t the castle.

    Prepositions of place

    3 Circle the correct prepositions.

    The clothes are in / on the wardrobe.1 The cat is sleeping on / in the sofa.2 The rubbish bin is next to / on the desk.3 The cinema and the library are both on Main

    Street. They are opposite / between the supermarket.

    4 I put my shoes under / to the bed when I go to sleep.

    5 I live next to Tina and Fran. I live between / opposite them.

    grammar extension

    cheaper

    as big as

    can / can’t and must / mustn’t

    4 Circle the correct words.

    School rules You can / must sit at your desk.1 You must / mustn’t talk in the library.2 You can / can’t take sweets to school.3 You can’t / must wear a uniform.4 You can / can’t do your homework in

    the library.5 You mustn’t / can do sports after school.

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    7

    Computer games

    1 Label the pictures.

    education game fitness game puzzle game role-play game simulation game strategy game

    vocabulary consolidation

    2 Complete the sentences with the words from exercise 1.

    I like playing games because you need to think hard and make careful decisions.

    1 My dad likes to play games where you work out the words or find the solution to a problem.

    2 My mum plays games. She doesn’t go to the gym so this is her way of exercising.

    3 Sometimes we play games as a family. It’s good to learn something new every now and again.

    4 My brother and I often play games. I like playing the part of the good guy and my brother is usually my enemy.

    5 I don’t like games very much. They are often very realistic as they recreate real situations or events but I find them rather boring.

    TV programmes

    3 Find eight types of TV programme in the wordsnakes.

    strategy

    Reality shows

    1

    4

    2

    5

    3

    strategy game

    sdre

    ality

    showi

    pedocumentarysipweatherforecastpie

    soap

    oper

    a

    isco

    med

    yiwp

    cartoonapwchatshowipegamshothenew

    s

    4 Complete the sentences with some of the words from exercise 3.

    have become very popular with the success of The X Factor, Pop Idol and other similar shows.

    1 The appears several times a day to inform us whether the day will be sunny or rainy and hot or cold.

    2 Young children love like Tom and Jerry, Ben 10 and Scooby Doo.

    3 My parents watch every evening to find out what is going on in the world.

    4 I don’t like . I don’t think it’s interesting listening to an interviewer asking someone questions about their life.

    5 We don’t watch at home. They all follow the same storyline and often have the same actors in.

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    was / were: affi rmative and negative

    1 Correct the sentences.

    King Louis XIV wasn’t French.

    1 Shakespeare was Canadian.

    2 Gaudí and Goya were British.

    3 Michael Jackson wasn’t a singer.

    4 The Tetris game wasn’t popular.

    5 In the 1970s, computer games were very sophisticated.

    was / were: questions and short answers

    2 Circle the correct words. Then complete the answers.

    Were / Was they French? Yes, .

    1 Was / Were he a writer? Yes, .

    2 Was / Were they in the dining room? No, .

    3 Was / Were she an artist? Yes, .

    4 Were / Was they happy? Yes, .

    5 Were / Was I at home? No, .

    there was / there were: affi rmative and negative

    3 Complete the text with there was / wasn’t or there were / weren’t.

    In medieval England, life was very different. (1) There wasn’t / weren’t any cars and (2) there wasn’t / weren’t any supermarkets, but (3) there were / was lots of trees and forests. (4) There weren’t / wasn’t any heating. It was often very cold. (5) There was / were a king and (6) there was / were lots of big castles.

    grammar consolidation

    King Louis XIV was French.

    they were

    8

    1

    7

    6

    2

    5

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    4

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    there was / there were: questions and short answers

    4 Complete the questions about exercise 3. Then write short answers.

    In medieval England … there any castles?

    1 there any supermarkets?

    2 there heating?

    3 there lots of trees?

    4 there a king?

    5 there any cars?

    Past simple affi rmative: regular verbs

    5 Complete the puzzle with the past simple form of the verbs in the box. Then write the mystery verb.

    call invent like produce stop try use weigh

    WereYes, there were.

    The mystery verb is:

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    Computer games

    1 Match the words to form types of computer games.

    1 action2 puzzle, quiz3 sports4 education5 racing6 music7 role-

    2 Complete the sentences using the words and phrases from exercise 1.

    games are exciting. You have to survive in a fantasy world and, usually, try to triumph over evil.

    1 I love games like Joy Ride and Super Rally where you have to go as fast as you can to try to win.

    2 Kinect Sports is a good game because you have to move just like you would if you were playing the sport for real.

    3 My father loves games. He’s got a great general knowledge and is very good at crosswords, too.

    4 My younger sister loves games. She likes moving to Michael Jackson or Madonna.

    5 We don’t often play games. I don’t like pretending to be someone else. I think that’s boring.

    6 games can be useful when you have a project to research or a specific subject to learn about at school.

    vocabulary extension

    a) playb) and drivingc) and dancingd) and adventuree) and referencef ) and triviag) and fitness

    Action and adventure

    TV programmes

    3 Complete the definitions with the correct TV programmes.

    The is a daily programme that keeps people up-to-date with events around the world.

    1 are daily shows about everyday life. Some are more believable than others.

    2 are programmes with an interviewer who talks to famous people about their career and their personal life.

    3 help to make people famous. Each week the audience votes one person off the show. The most popular person wins.

    4 The provides useful information which helps people decide whether they need to wear a thick coat, take an umbrella or just wear a T-shirt that day.

    5 There are a lot of on television. They help persuade people to buy things.

    6 A is a story which is often told over a period of several weeks. It can be funny and sad, exciting and serious.

    7 provide interesting facts about a variety of topics from history to nature and tourism to trade.

    news

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    there was / there were: questions and short answers

    4 Write questions about exercise 3 with the words in the box. Then write short answers.

    cars electricity houses kitchens and bathrooms long roads shopping centres water system

    In Ancient Rome …

    1 2 3 4 5 6

    Past simple affi rmative: regular verbs

    5 Complete the sentences with verbs in the past simple.

    Alexander Graham Bell the telephone.1 George Lucas the famous Star Wars

    series.2 My old laptop 2 kilos.3 We our dog ‘Sparky’.4 They football for two hours in the

    park.5 The children their room yesterday. It

    looks wonderful now.

    Cumulative grammar

    6 Complete the dialogue.

    Steve (1) anything on TV tonight?Lucy Well, let’s see. (2) a

    documentary about the desert on Channel 1 at 8.00.

    Steve I (3) documentaries much. (4) a film?

    Lucy There’s a comedy on Channel 3.Steve (5) time is that on?Lucy It starts at 7.30. Steve Carrel is in it.

    I hope it’s (6) than the comedy we (7) yesterday. That one (8) terrible. It was so boring, but (9) anything else on.

    Steve I know. This one (10) be better. Steve Carell is very funny.

    Lucy OK. Let’s see. I hope you’re right!

    was / were: affi rmative and negative

    1 Write sentences with was / wasn’t or were / weren’t.

    Isaac Newton / British scientist

    1 Cervantes / Irish dancer

    2 Dalí and Picasso / Spanish artists

    3 The Mario games / best-sellers

    4 Friends / comedy show

    5 Dallas and Dynasty / documentaries

    was / were: questions and short answers

    2 Write questions for the answers.

    Yes, I was.

    1 No, we weren’t.

    2 Yes, he.

    3 No, it wasn’t.

    4 Yes, they were.

    5 Yes, she was.

    there was / there were: affi rmative and negative

    3 Complete the text with there was / wasn’t or there were / weren’t.

    grammar extension

    invented

    Isaac Newton was a British scientist.

    Were you at school?

    Were there any cars? No, there weren’t.

    In Ancient Rome, life was very different. (1) any cars and (2) any shopping centres or cinemas. (3) some long roads and (4) lots of beautiful houses. In the houses (5) kitchens, living rooms and bathrooms, but (6) electricity. In some houses (7) a water system.

    There weren’t

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    Instruments and musicians

    1 Order the letters and label the pictures.

    apoin atcerrohs dnorcutoc esignr garuit hicro istanip muredmr sudrm taurgitis

    2 Complete the sentences using some of the words from exercise 1.

    We went to a Mozart concert last night. The was excellent and the music was wonderful.

    1 My Uncle is a . He controls the orchestra and tells people how and when to play.

    2 I sing in the church . We practise twice a week.

    3 We went to a concert yesterday. The was amazing. His fingers moved so fast over the keyboard.

    4 My brother is learning to play the . It gets very noisy sometimes.

    5 Brian May is a very famous . He played the guitar in the rock group Queen.

    vocabulary consolidation

    orchestra mazing

    1

    8

    4

    9

    3

    2

    6

    5

    7

    orchestra

    Adjectives of opinion

    3 Complete the sentences.

    Skiing fast down a mountain feels a .1 My little brother is very a . He is

    always asking difficult questions.2 I really liked the film. I thought it was very

    o . It had a really different storyline.3 The party was great. The band played very

    l music so everyone danced a lot.4 This town is very small and q . Not

    much happens here.5 I like her songs. She writes rather u

    lyrics, certainly not your normal pop music.6 Last night was very boring. The band was

    t . They played noisy music with no rhythm.

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    Past simple: affi rmative

    1 Circle the correct words.

    We visited / visitted Madrid last summer1 I watched / watcht TV last night.2 They created / creatid a new logo for the

    school.3 The film end / ended at 10.30.4 Jane playd / played the piano last night.5 Nicolas performed / performd very well

    yesterday.

    Past simple: negative

    2 Rewrite the sentences so they are negative.

    I visited my friends after school.

    1 John danced with Mary all night.

    2 They talked on the phone.

    3 Mum and dad lived in the USA for a year.

    4 Lucy liked the pizza we made.

    5 We relaxed on the beach.

    Past simple: affi rmative

    3 Circle the correct words.

    We heared / heard the band from our house.1 Amy went / goed on holiday to Thailand.2 They did / died their homework last night.3 The choir sung / sang beautifully in church.4 I buyt / bought a lot of souvenirs on holiday.5 My dad ate / eatid a full English breakfast.

    grammar consolidation

    Did watchNo, he didn’t

    The lead singer didn’t wear a black T-shirt.

    I didn’t visit my friends after school.

    Past simple: negative

    4 Rewrite the sentences so they are negative.

    The lead singer wore a black T-shirt.

    1 My family went to Greece last year.

    2 I gave Dad a book for his birthday.

    3 We had sunny weather all last week.

    4 They did their homework very quickly.

    5 The band sang very badly.

    Past simple: questions and short answers

    5 Read Jack’s diary. Then complete the questions and short answers.

    Friday go to restaurant watch filmSaturday play football meet friendsSunday go to beach listen to music

    Jack a film on Saturday? .

    1 he to the beach on Sunday?

    .2 he football on Saturday?

    .3 he his friends on Friday?

    .4 he to a restaurant on

    Sunday? .

    5 he to music on Sunday? .

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    3 Circle the correct words.

    This is Rizzle Kicks’ latest single. I think it’s great. They have such an original / annoying sound.

    1 Did you like the CD I bought you? I think their music is so lively / slow – you just want to dance.

    2 I thought the concert last night was rubbish / amazing. The band was so out of tune.

    3 Mike went to a classical concert last night. I thought that was so great / surprising because he’s usually such a fan of rock music.

    4 This singer has a really quiet / unusual voice. I think it’s her strong accent that makes her sound different.

    5 The pop concert last night was so terrible / loud. I could hear it in my house which is miles away from the stadium!

    Instruments and musicians

    1 Complete the definitions.

    The is an instrument with black and white keys.

    1 The is an instrument that can be traditional or electric. People in rock and pop bands often play them.

    2 An is a group of musicians who play music together.

    3 The is the person who organises and controls the orchestra.

    4 A is a person who plays the piano.5 A is a group of people who sing

    together.6 A is an instrument that you beat with

    your hand or a stick.7 A is someone who sings on their

    own.8 The is similar to a guitar, but has a

    longer neck and a lower sound.

    Adjectives of opinion

    vocabulary extension

    piano

    2 Complete the dialogue.

    Dave How are you?Jack Fine thanks. And you?Dave Great. Did you enjoy the concert last

    night. I thought it was (1) .Jack It was (2) . I love Sonic D. They

    are so unusual and (3) . The music is really (4) too, so you can’t help dancing along.

    Dave That’s right. I didn’t like the first group though. I thought they were (5) .

    Jack Yes, I know. The music was too (6) – they were sending people to sleep!

    Dave And the bassist was very (7) .Why did he keep interrupting and why did he play for so long at the end?

    Jack I don’t know, but he was (8) . I won’t be buying their CD, that’s for sure!

    Dave Neither will I. I found it (9) that they were the first band. They were so unlike Sonic D. At least they only played for half an hour.

    amazing

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    Past simple: questions and short answers

    4 Write questions. Then write short answers so they are true for you.

    you / on holiday last year?

    1 you / any souvenirs?

    2 you / new places?

    3 you / by plane?

    4 you / to the beach?

    5 you / new friends?

    Cumulative grammar

    5 Complete the text.

    Past simple: affi rmative

    1 Write sentences using the past simple.

    they arrive / at 6.30

    1 we buy / some souvenirs

    2 the train stop / at the station

    3 Nina write / a letter last night

    4 I do / my homework at 7.00

    Past simple: negative

    2 Complete the negative past simple sentences.

    Yana and Petra .1 School at 4.00 pm yesterday.2 We ice creams on the beach.3 Mark a museum.4 My friends lots of photos.

    Past simple: affi rmative and negative

    3 Write sentences using the past simple.

    Tom order / a pizza ✔

    1 They stay / hotel ✘

    2 I sing / on stage last night ✔

    3 We write / lyrics to our songs ✘

    4 Tina eat / the last piece of cake ✘

    5 You perform / very well last night ✔

    grammar extension

    didn’t go surfing

    Tom ordered a pizza.

    They arrived at 6.30.

    Did you go on holiday last year? Yes, I did. / No, I didn’t.

    We (1) to a music festival last weekend. It was fantastic. (2) lots of bands and they (3) different types of music. We heard some rock, pop and jazz. The rock bands were (4) the main stage which was (5) than the other stages. I think this was because they were so popular. The (6) stages had some good performances though. I (7) jazz music usually, but there was one jazz band which I thought was excellent. On Sunday, there was a music class. I (8) to do it and I had a great time. We (9) how to play the drums and at the end we (10) a song to the audience!

    went

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    This is the fi rst year that we are celebrating Christmas at home. I (1) to all our friends last week because the post always gets busy. We’re going to (2) with streamers and holly so that it looks festive. We’re going to get a tree.

    On Christmas Eve Uncle Tom is going to play the piano and we’re going to (3) in the afternoon. We’re having (4) in the evening. We’re going to (5) : turkey sandwiches, Christmas biscuits, mince pies.

    On Christmas Day we’re going to (6) in the morning. There’s a Christmas mass. Then we’ll (7) to everyone. I’m sure the children will open theirs very quickly!

    The day after Christmas we’re going to (8) . We’re going to my parents’ for lunch and then my husband’s parents’ for dinner. I don’t think we’re going to (9) . That is more of a New Year’s tradition. We aren’t going to (10) either. I don’t like dressing up and it’s really more of a Halloween custom.

    Adverbs

    3 Find six adjectives in the wordsnakes.

    Celebrations

    1 Match the words to form phrases.

    1 send2 eat3 give4 go5 have6 decorate7 sing8 visit9 watch

    10 wear

    2 Complete the text with the phrases from exercise 1.

    vocabulary consolidation

    a) presentsb) songsc) a costumed) special foode) to churchf ) cardsg) relativesh) the housei) a partyj) fireworks

    loudly

    sent cards

    erp

    loud

    wes r e g u l a r i p o bad iew

    p iep w

    cd a

    n g e r o u s weshappy iopw h e a l t h yj

    4 Complete the sentences with the adjectives from exercise 3. Make sure you change them to adverbs.

    Ray likes listening to rock music and he always plays it very .

    1 I didn’t study very much and I did in the exam. I must study harder.

    2 The man was travelling at 100 mph, he was driving very .

    3 I need to lose weight. I’m going to try to eat next year.

    4 Nate has to practise more to be on the team. He needs to play tennis – three or four times a week.

    5 The children love their new teacher. They go to school very in the morning.

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    be going to: affi rmative

    1 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in the box.

    buy cook go have watch

    We’ swimming on Saturday.1 Mum pasta tonight.2 I TV later.3 Martha and I some

    souvenirs.4 Andy a party on his

    birthday.

    be going to: negative

    2 Rewrite the sentences so they are negative.

    You’re going to stay at home.

    1 Elsie is going to have lunch.

    2 They’re going to get up late tomorrow.

    3 I’m going to play football.

    4 We’re going to read comics.

    be going to: questions and short answers

    3 Write questions. Then circle the correct answers.

    you / do your homework?

    Yes, I am going. / Yes, I am.1 your dad / play golf tomorrow?

    No, he isn’t. / Yes, he’s.

    2 your friends / go to the beach?

    Yes, they’re. / No, they aren’t.3 Dave / wear his new jeans?

    No, he’s. / No, he isn’t.

    4 they / go surfing?

    No, they aren’t go. / Yes, they are.5 Bella / take her exams?

    Yes, she’s. / Yes, she is.

    Object pronouns

    4 Complete the sentences with the words in the box.

    her him me them us you

    Mum gave an MP3 player for my birthday.

    1 Can you see ? Yes, he’s over there talking to Julie.

    2 The Smiths are a great family. We went on holiday with last summer and had a fantastic time.

    3 Look, there’s Sarah. She is swimming really fast. Can you see ?

    4 Are you free on Saturday? I’d like to invite to my party.

    5 Why don’t you come and stay with this weekend? We can all go to the concert together.

    Present continuous for future plans

    5 Find the mistakes in the questions and correct them. Complete the answers.

    Are you go on holiday this summer?

    Yes, we are. We’ to Greece.

    1 What time they are arriving on Sunday?

    They at 12 o’clock. We’re eating at 1.00.

    2 Where is staying Tim for the concert?

    He at the Holiday Hotel. It’s very close to the concert hall.

    3 How we getting are to the airport?

    We a taxi. It’s easier than taking the bus.

    4 When the train is leaving?

    It in five minutes, so hurry!

    5 You are studying drama this year?

    No, I’m not. I music and art.

    grammar consolidation

    me

    You aren’t going to stay at home.

    Are you going to do your homework?

    re going to go

    re going Are you going on holiday this summer?

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    Adverbs

    2 Circle the correct words.

    I was very surprised. He did his homework very quickly / hard and then he tidied his room!

    1 Frank is learning to ski. He is having lessons and goes down the slope carefully / regularly, so I don’t think it’s that dangerous.

    2 Sarah was ill last week, so she couldn’t study. She did proudly / badly on the test. I think she’ll have to do it again.

    3 Rita looks so young for her age. I think her secret is that she eats very nicely / healthily.

    4 Sam is an excellent swimmer. I think it’s because he practises easily / regularly. He’s in the pool at least once a day.

    5 I was so scared. We drove down the mountain at top speed and there were times when we were dangerously / hard close to the edge of the road.

    3 Complete the sentences with adverbs.

    Fiona is so happy she’s carnival queen this year. She’s going to stand so on the stage in the parade.

    1 Jane sang in the Christmas concert this year, so everyone could hear. I felt so proud.

    2 The children changed into their costumes so that they were ready an hour before

    the parade started.3 My new year’s resolution is to do exercise

    more . I really want to get fit this year.4 Tina and Kate rode their bikes so

    down the hill that I arrived at the bottom first and I was walking!

    5 Stewart is so intelligent. He passed the university entrance exam and I’m sure he’ll graduate with top marks.

    Celebrations

    1 Complete the text.

    vocabulary extension

    proudly

    Celebrations around the worldChristmas is something people celebrate all over the world. All through December, people and offi ces (1) with lots of food and drink to celebrate.

    In the UK, people often (2) to their friends in early December. Some people use their cards as decorations, others (3) with holly and ivy or streamers. People usually (4) on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day.

    In the USA it’s turkey, but in Mexico it’s pork with a chilli sauce or cod, a white fi sh.

    In Sweden, some people (5) on Christmas Eve, at midnight, but in other countries people exchange gifts on the 25th.

    A lot of people (6) on the 24th or 25th to celebrate the birth of Jesus. In some church services, people (7) called carols which are only sung at Christmas.

    Christmas is usually a time to be with the family, so many people (8) or have their parents or children to stay. One thing is sure, everyone (9) and enjoys themself.

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    Present continuous for future plans

    3 Write questions and short answers. Then complete the sentences.

    Sally Anna

    go camping at weekend ✔ ✔drive to the campsite ✘ ✘take tent ✔ ✘go sightseeing ✘ ✘

    They’ to a campsite near the sea.1

    They the train to a nearby village. Then they to the campsite. It’s not far.

    2

    Sally her tent. Anna a tent. She hasn’t got one.

    3

    They sightseeing. They near the campsite because they have to walk everywhere.

    Cumulative grammar

    4 Complete the text with words or phrases.

    be going to: affi rmative, negative and questions

    1 Complete the sentences.

    I’ my new trainers.1 They judo at school next

    year. They’re going to play tennis instead.2 you on

    holiday this year?3 Lisa around the park. She

    wants to test her new bike.4 George lots of photos on

    holiday. He’s got a new camera.5 We hamburgers for lunch.6 we to a

    restaurant for lunch?7 Tony to the concert tonight.

    He’s going to study for the exam.8 I the school choir because I

    don’t have enough free time.9 he

    Spanish or German?

    Object pronouns

    2 Complete the sentences with the correct object pronouns.

    That’s my basketball. Give it to please.

    1 Emma is my friend. I like .2 I don’t like these trousers. I don’t want

    .3 We are both in this photo. Can you

    see ?4 Tony loves football. Dad plays with

    after school.5 I watch Twilight on TV. I love !

    grammar extension

    me

    re going

    m going to wear

    Are Sally and Anna going camping at the weekend? Yes, they are.

    see ?4 Tony loves football. Dad plays with

    after school.5 I watch Twilight on TV. I love Twilight on TV. I love Twilight !

    We had a great Halloween party last year. Some people (1) costumes. There (2) four vampires and three witches. Someone (3) as Dracula and they looked very scary. (4) did I wear? I had a ghost costume. It wasn’t the best costume but it was (5) than the previous year. Then I could only fi nd a witch’s hat to wear! This year my friend (6) the party at her house. She says we (7) wear a costume. It’s obligatory. I (8) a very unusual costume in a shop yesterday. So, I (9) as a pumpkin this year! I (10) dressing up. I think it’s such fun. The party will be great, too. My friend (11) lots of games. Do you want to come?

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    Starter unit

    Vocabulary consolidation

    1 1 sister 2 cousin 3 aunt 4 grandparents 5 brother

    2 1 Tuesday 2 March 3 December 4 August 5 Saturday

    3 February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December

    4 1 Belgium 2 Ireland 3 Colombia 4 Japanese 5 Ecuador 6 Romania 7 Spanish 8 American

    Grammar consolidation

    1 1 These 2 That 3 This 4 Those

    2 1 your 2 his 3 her 4 its 5 our 6 your 7 their

    3 1 you 2 his 3 We 4 Their 5 Her

    4 1 dad’s 2 brothers’ 3 James’ 4 aunt’s

    5 1 He’s 2 isn’t 3 I’m 4 She isn’t 5 We aren’t

    6 1 Am are. 2 Is is. 3 Are am. 4 Is isn’t.

    Unit 1

    Vocabulary consolidation

    1 hair height build other features

    1 longfairstraight

    2 average average beardglasses

    3 shortcurly

    4 tall slim

    2 1 head 2 neck 3 tail 4 tooth 5 leg 6 arm 7 hand 8 finger 9 toe 10 foot

    3 1 eyes 2 tail 3 hair 4 legs 5 toes 6 mouth

    Grammar consolidation

    1 1 Alpacas have got big eyes. 2 Camels have got two toes on each

    foot. 3 A crocodile has got lots of sharp

    teeth. 4 Insects have got six legs. 5 Lions have got long tails.

    2 1 hasn’t got 2 haven’t got 3 hasn’t got 4 hasn’t got 5 hasn’t got

    3 1 Has a polar bear got a long tail? No, it hasn’t.

    2 Have alpacas got long necks? Yes, they have.

    3 Has Angelina Jolie got long hair? Yes, she has.

    4 Has Robert Pattinson got blue eyes? Yes, he has.

    5 Has Mark got wavy hair? No, he hasn’t.

    4 1 Where c 2 When f 3 How d 4 Who b 5 What a 6 Where e

    Vocabulary extension

    1 1 curly 2 dark 3 eyes 4 fair 5 eyes 6 wavy 7 dark 8 beard

    2 1 hair 2 mouth 3 neck 4 ears 5 teeth 6 tail 7 toe

    3 1 head 2 ears 3 nose 4 tail 5 legs

    Grammar extension

    1 1 F Mice have got tails. 2 T 3 F Fish haven’t got ears. 4 F Camels haven’t got two heads. 5 T 6 F Snakes haven’t got legs. 7 T 8 T 9 F The sirens have got hair.

    2 1 Has the red queen got a crown? Yes, she has.

    2 Has a vampire got white skin? Yes, he / she has.

    3 Has Gollum got hair? No, he hasn’t.

    4 Has Jennifer Lawrence got brown eyes? No, she hasn’t.

    5 Has your teacher got wavy hair? Yes, he / she has. / No, he / she hasn’t.

    3 1 What country is London in? London is in Great Britain.

    2 How many Star Wars films are there? There are six.

    3 Who is the director of Avatar? The director of Avatar is James Cameron.

    4 How old are you? I’m …

    5 When is Christmas Day? It / Christmas Day is on 25th December.

    4 1 How 2 ’s got 3 hasn’t got 4 How 5 What 6 ’ve got 7 ’ve got

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    Unit 2

    Vocabulary consolidation

    1 1 PE 2 ICT 3 music 4 art 5 drama

    2

    3 1 go 2 have 3 finish 4 gets 5 start 6 tidy 7 get 8 have 9 play

    Grammar consolidation

    1 1 start 2 finish 3 share 4 performs 5 play

    2 1 doesn’t study 2 don’t live 3 don’t go 4 don’t wear 5 doesn’t play

    3 1 Does Yes, he / she does. / No, he / she doesn’t.

    2 Do Yes, they do. / No, they don’t. 3 Does Yes, she does. / No, she

    doesn’t. 4 Do Yes, they do. / No, they don’t. 5 Do Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

    4 1 Do you finish school at 3.30? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

    2 Do you share a room? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

    3 Do you live in a big town? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

    4 Do you play in a band? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

    5 Do you study maths at school? Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

    5 Do you like basketball?Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

    Vocabulary extension

    1 1 Literature 2 citizenship 3 geography 4 history 5 science 6 dance 7 music 8 ICT 9 drama 10 art

    2 does go have finish get start tidy gets have meets

    3 1 have 2 meets 3 tidy 4 does 5 get 6 have 7 go 8 finish 9 gets

    Grammar extension

    1 1 don’t live 2 finishes 3 sings 4 doesn’t study 5 perform

    2 1 finishes 2 perform 3 doesn’t study 4 live 5 like

    3 1 Does Ellie study geography? No, she doesn’t.

    2 Do Joe and Ellie sing in the shower? Yes, they do.

    3 Does Joe study geography? Yes, he does.

    4 Do Maria and Joe play the guitar? No, they don’t.

    4 1 Do 2 do 3 Do 4 don’t 5 What 6 play 7 have 8 play 9 perform 10 When

    Unit 3

    Vocabulary consolidation

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    3 1 throw 2 catch 3 kick 4 score 5 run 6 jump 7 dive

    Grammar consolidation

    1 1 is often 2 usually goes 3 are always 4 sometimes plays

    2 1 Do Yes. / No. 2 How 3 Do Yes. / No. 4 Do Yes. / No. 5 How

    3 1 love 2 doesn’t like 3 likes 4 loves 5 hate 6 don’t mind 7 love

    4 1 Have you got any pets? c 2 Where is your teacher from? e 3 Do your parents like doing

    exercise? a 4 Is your sister 18? f 5 How often do they play football? b 6 Do you go swimming at the

    weekend? d

    Vocabulary extension

    1 1 athletics 2 surfing 3 judo 4 horse-riding 5 yoga 6 mountain-biking 7 aerobics 8 skiing

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    2 1 My parents sometimes play golf. 2 We always go cycling at the

    weekend. 3 Can you do judo? 4 Katy loves basketball. 5 Mum does yoga every Tuesday. 6 My brother often plays football. 7 They go skiing at Christmas.

    3 1 kick / throw 2 throw / pass 3 dive 4 skate 5 climbing 6 hit 7 catch 8 lift

    Grammar extension

    1 1 Matt and Sally are never late for school.

    2 Rob usually stays up late at the weekend.

    3 Jane is often tired after school. 4 I sometimes tidy my room on

    Saturdays. 5 My grandparents always have

    lunch with us on Christmas Day.

    2 1 Do you usually watch films on Saturdays?

    2 How often do you go running? 3 Do you usually do exercise at the

    weekend? 4 How often do you play basketball? 5 How often do you play football?

    3 1 like riding 2 don’t mind playing 3 loves listening 4 likes meeting / seeing 5 like meeting / seeing 6 love talking 7 hate watching

    4 1 Where is Seville? 2 How often do you go swimming? /

    When do you go swimming? 3 Do you like skiing? 4 Is Spain in Europe? 5 Has the school football team got

    11 players?

    5 1 Are 2 Where 3 Do 4 What 5 love 6 play 7 How often 8 usually 9 sometimes

    Unit 4

    Vocabulary consolidation

    1 B O M S C C O W AO H E C D E O S B

    O E I A U J M H O

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    2 1 jeans 2 jacket 3 shorts 4 skirt 5 jumper 6 boots 7 hat 8 scarf

    3 selfish cheerful jealous confident funny lazy loyal friendly

    4 1 confident 2 funny 3 friendly 4 lazy 5 selfish 6 loyal 7 jealous

    Grammar consolidation

    1 1 are running 2 ’s losing 3 ’m wearing 4 are dancing 5 is walking

    2 1 ’m not 2 aren’t 3 isn’t 4 aren’t 5 isn’t

    3 1 Are doing am.

    2 Are having? aren’t.

    3 Is playing isn’t.

    4 Are dancing? are.

    5 Is wearing? is.

    4 1 go 2 ’m watching 3 is playing 4 play 5 do 6 is hitting 7 ’s winning

    Vocabulary extension

    1 1 tie 2 dress 3 coat 4 T-shirt 5 hat 6 trainers 7 trousers 8 jumper 9 skirt 10 socks

    2 1 cheerful 2 quiet 3 confident 4 nice 5 lazy 6 funny

    3 1 adventurous 2 jealous 3 shy 4 selfish 5 confident 6 proud 7 loyal 8 lazy

    Grammar extension

    1 1 Maria is listening to some music. 2 They aren’t talking on the phone. 3 I’m not writing an email. 4 We’re going to the cinema. 5 Alex is sitting on the sofa.

    2 1 We’re not eating pizza. 2 Andy is swimming now. 3 They’re not playing computer

    games. 4 Emma is sleeping at the moment. 5 Dad isn’t listening to music.

    3 1 Is Joe sitting on the sofa? Yes, he is.

    2 Is Peter wearing trousers? No, he isn’t.

    3 Are they kicking the ball? No, they aren’t.

    4 Is Alice enjoying the party? Yes, she is.

    5 Are we playing tennis well? Yes, you are.

    4 1 go 2 ’m watching 3 is / are playing 4 don’t like 5 is kicking 6 ’s running 7 is / are winning

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    5 1 Are you enjoying 2 What 3 ’s performing 4 ’re singing 5 Where 6 ’s standing 7 see 8 likes 9 sometimes 10 ’s got

    Unit 5

    Vocabulary consolidation

    1 1 café 2 bowling alley 3 gym 4 cinema 5 park

    2 1 football stadium 2 sports centre 3 skate park 4 library 5 shopping centre

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    1 1 There isn’t 2 There aren’t 3 There are 4 There aren’t 5 There is

    2 1 C beaches 2 U 3 U 4 C lakes 5 U 6 C islands 7 U

    3 1 any 2 some 3 an 4 any 5 a

    4 1 Are there any hotels in your town? Yes, there are. / No, there aren’t.

    2 Is there a sports centre in your street? Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t.

    3 Are there any trees near your house? Yes, there are. / No, there aren’t.

    4 Is there a library in your town? Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t.

    5 Is there a newsagent in your street? Yes, there is. / No, there isn’t.

    5 1 How much 2 How much 3 How many 4 How many 5 How much

    Vocabulary extension

    1 1 swimming pools 2 sports centres 3 gyms 4 football stadium 5 parks 6 skate park 7 shopping centre 8 cinema 9 bowling alley 10 cafés 11 library

    2

    3 1 Yoghurt 2 Biscuits 3 Fish 4 potato 5 Juice 6 Rice

    Grammar extension

    1 1 There is a river in my town. 2 The