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Language

Skills

Key words: The Alphabet, Colours, Numbers 1–20, Days and Months, Numbers 21–30, Classroom Objects

Grammar: Prepositions of place, Subject pronouns, Possessive ’s

Get Ready (pp. 10–11)

Key Words: Countries Word Builder: Nationalities

Listening: Personal information

1 I’m from Liverpool (pp. 12–13)

Key Words: People Grammar: to be (1); to be (2) Sentence Builder: Basic sentences

Reading and Listening: A new friend Speaking: People you know

2 Where are you? (pp.14–15)

Grammar: to be (3); to be (4)

Reading and Listening: KimCo story

Get Ready Revision (pp. 4–9)

1 All About Me

3 Nice to meet you (pp. 16–17)

Speaking: A profile

Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Key Expressions: Meeting people Writing: Capital letters; Write a blog

Study Corner 1 (p. 18)

2 My Favourites Get Ready (p. 19)

Key Words: Favourite things Speaking: Game

Listening: Favourite things

4 My mum’s name is Erika (pp. 20–21)

Key Words: Numbers 31–100; Family Grammar: Possessive ’s and s’

Reading and Listening: A Czech family Speaking: Talk about your family

5 Is this your mobile phone? (pp. 22–23)

Word Builder: Compound nouns Grammar: Possessive adjectives; Articles

Reading and Listening: KimCo story

6 My favourite thing (pp. 24–25)

Sentence Builder: and

Reading and Listening: The Challenges Story Key Expressions: Describing things Writing: Apostrophes (’); Write about favourite things

Study Corner 2 (p. 26)

3 At School Get Ready (p. 27)

Key Words: The classroom

Listening: Classroom instructions

7 It’s art and music on Mondays (pp. 28–29)

Key Words: School subjects Sentence Builder: but Grammar: Prepositions of time

Reading and Listening: A new school Speaking: Your favourite timetable

Speaking: Game

8 What are these? (pp. 30–31)

Key Words: Ordinal numbers Grammar: this, that, these, those; Imperatives

Reading and Listening: KimCo story

9 Don’t film in class, please (pp. 32–33)

Word Builder: Imperatives

Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Key Expressions: Instructions Writing: Capital letters (A/a) and full stops (.); Write a short note

Get Ready (p. 35)

Key Words: Verbs

Listening: Free time

10 What can you do? (pp. 36–37)

Word Builder: Verbs + noun Grammar: can Sentence Builder: and and but

Reading and Listening: Teenage activities Speaking: What can you do?

11 How many people are in the band? (pp. 38–39)

Grammar: Question words

Reading and Listening: KimCo story Speaking: School Challenge competition

Study Corner 3 (p. 34)

4 Having Fun

12 Can I film your party, please? (pp. 40–41)

Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Key Expressions: Asking for permission Writing: Question marks (?); Write an invitation and the reply

Study Corner 4 (p. 42)

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Unit/Page

Language

Skills

Get Ready (p. 43)

Key Words: Appearance (1)

Listening: Drawing faces

13 She’s got long hair (pp. 44–45)

Key Words: Appearance (2) Sentence Builder: good at … , nice to … , helpful to … Word Builder: Nouns from verbs Grammar: have got/has got; haven’t got/ hasn’t got

Reading and Listening: Who is your hero or heroine? Speaking: Describe your avatar

14 What clothes have you got? (pp. 46–47)

Key Words: Clothes got … ?

Reading and Listening: KimCo story

5 Heroes

Grammar: Have you

Speaking: Game

Speaking: A survey

Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Key Expressions: Describing people Writing: Commas (,); Write about your hero/heroine

15 What colour hair has she got? (pp. 48–49) Study Corner 5 (p. 50)

6 Different Days Get Ready (p. 51)

Key Words: Places

Listening: Places

16 He teaches me Spanish (pp. 52–53)

Key Words: Routines (1) Grammar: Present Simple (1) Word Builder: Present Simple he/she/it forms

Reading and Listening: School in Spain

Speaking: Favourite places

17 She doesn’t listen to rap (pp. 54–55)

Key Words: Routines (2) Grammar: Present Simple (2)

Reading and Listening: KimCo story Speaking: Routines

18 That’s a nice idea (pp. 56–57)

Sentence Builder: First … , Next … , Then …

Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Key Expressions: Making suggestions Writing: Apostrophes (’) and commas (,); Write an email

Get Ready (p. 59)

Key Words: Food (1)

Listening: Favourite food

19 What food do they like? (pp. 60–61)

Key Words: Food (2) Word Builder: Plurals Grammar: Present Simple (3)

Reading and Listening: What food do they like? Speaking: Talk about food

20 Play again for us! (pp. 62–63)

Grammar: Object pronouns

Reading and Listening: KimCo story Speaking: Likes and dislikes

21 Can I take your order? (pp. 64–65)

Sentence Builder: Prepositions

Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Key Expressions: Ordering food Writing: Question marks (?), capital letters (A/a) and full stops (.); Write about your favourite food

Get Ready (p. 67)

Key Words: Country and city

Listening: People and their homes Speaking: A questionnaire

22 There aren’t any green spaces (pp. 68–69)

Key Words: The Weather Grammar: there is/are, there isn’t/aren’t, some, any

Reading and Listening: Community gardens Speaking: Your ideal town

23 Is there a problem? (pp. 70–71)

Word Builder: Plurals Grammar: Is there …/Are there … ?

Reading and Listening: KimCo story Speaking: Describing places

24 Are there any shops near here? (pp. 72–73)

Sentence Builder: Verb + adjective; adjective + noun

Reading and Listening: The Challenges story Key Expressions: Asking for information Writing: Word order and punctuation; Write a description of your town/city

Study Corner 6 (p. 58)

7 Likes and Dislikes Speaking: Food likes and dislikes

Study Corner 7 (p. 66)

8 My Town

Study Corner 8 (p. 74) Raps (pp. 75–77) Boardgames (pp. 78–79)

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Get Ready

A

Revision The Alphabet 1.2

1

Listen to the alphabet rap and point to the letters. Then, listen again and repeat.

Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz 1.3

2

Listen and write the letters.

Q

1

W 5

A 8

2

R D

X

6

F C

Y

3

Test your partner. Say five words. Point to the correct letters in Exercise 2.

A B A

Listen. L-I-S-E 窶ヲ No, L-I-S-T-E-N.

B

N

4

O

7

H

9

3

U

K

L

10

Colours 1.4

4 Listen and match the colours. Then listen again and repeat. 1窶田 a

c

b

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f

5

6

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Find ten colours.

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Revision

Numbers 1–20

7 Look at the Key Words. Match the words with the numbers in the pictures. Listen and repeat. 8 – eight 1.5

Key Words:

8 Look at the Key Words. Write the numbers in the correct order. Listen, check and repeat. eleven, twelve 1.6

Key Words:

Days and Months

9

1.7

Look at the Key Words. Put the days of the week in the correct order. Listen, check and repeat.

Key Words:

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1.8

10

Match the twelve months of the year. Listen, check and repeat.

January Jan

ch

Feb

y

Mar

ust

Apr

ember

Ma

uary

Ju

ober

Ju

il

Aug

ember

Sept

ly

Oct

ruary

Nov

ne

Dec

ember

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Revision

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Numbers 21–30

1

Classroom Objects

Look at the Key Words. Write the numbers in the correct order. Listen, check and repeat.

1.10

2

Look at the picture. Listen and repeat.

twenty-one, twenty-two 1.9

1

board

Key Words:

3

recycling box

2 computer

4

5 desk

ruler

6

paintbrush

7 rubber

9

pen

8 pencil

10 book bag

11

12 chair

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Revision

3

Look at the Word Builder. Say the words.

Word Builder

Grammar: Prepositions of place

4

5

Look at the picture in Exercise 2. Choose the correct words.

1 2 3 4 5 6

The pencil is next / next to the pen. The paintbrushes are between / next to the ruler and the rubber. The books are in / next to the bag. The board is in / on the classroom. The boxes are in / on the desk. The bag is on / in the chair.

6

Work in pairs. Point and ask and answer.

A B

Pens. In the bag.

Your Turn

Look at the pictures.

7

Complete the examples for you. Write a number in words and add -s or -es.

Your school:

twenty

in

class es teacher classroom

on

Your classroom: desk recycling box computer next to

Your bag: book paintbrush pen between 1.11

8

Game Put a book, a ruler, a rubber and a pen on the desk. Listen and move the objects.

9

Work in pairs. Play the game in Exercise 8.

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Revision

C 1.12

Grammar: Subject pronouns

Grammar: Possessive ’s

1

2

Complete the sentences with the words in the box. Listen and check. I

He

They

She

1

You

We

Look at the pictures.

It

2

I

’m Miss Clarke.

’re late! the teacher’s desk

3

Karen’s desk

4 ’s Adam.

5

’s Helen.

3

Look at the picture and the examples.

1

the teacher/ computer

6 ’s ten o’clock.

’re teachers.

7

2

Lisa’s computer

the teacher’s computer

’re my students.

4

Make sentences with the words and ’s. Mike/bag

1

the teacher/bag 2

the teacher/pen 8

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Lisa/computer

Amy/pencil 4

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Revision

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Module 1 Talk about personal information. Read a personal profile. Listen to information about people.

Spain

1

Write a blog. Learn about the verb to be.

2

3

5 4

8 6

7

All Abou Me

9

Get Ready

1

1.13

Look at the Key Words. Match the words with the photos (1–9). Listen, check and repeat.

Key Words:

1.14

2

Complete the nationalities with the endings. Listen, check and repeat.

Word Builder

ian

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All Abou Me

3

Game Work in pairs. Say a country, then a nationality.

6

Label the photos.

American

The United States

2

1.15

4

1

Zoltan

Listen and underline the correct information. First name Surname Age From

Murat / Muret Saner / Sanar 11 / 12 Turkey / the UK

3

4 1.16

5

Listen and complete the information.

1

First name M a r c u s se sze i Surname Age Cambridge, From England

2

First name O v r Surname C rsz g Age From Cambridge, England

5 3

e First name C Z l Surname C 38 Age 40 Cambridge, England From Budapest, Hungary Address

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Grey Lane, Cambridge

Your Turn

7

Complete the information about you. First name Surname Age From Address

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I’m from Liverpool

1

Warm up

1

1.17

2

Look at the Key Words. Match the words with the pictures (1–3). Listen, check and repeat.

1

Key Words:

People I know

3

Me

Family

brother Reading and Listening 1.18

2

Friends

Read and listen.

From:

attach

Diego Clifton

Hi Adam, My name’s Diego Clifton. Diego is a Spanish name but I’m not from Spain. Diego Maradona is my dad’s favourite footballer! I’m from Liverpool. It’s famous for music and football. But football isn’t my favourite sport, my favourite sport is cycling. This is a photo of my cycling club. We’re twelve years old and we’re in Year 8. . My My mum and dad are teachers at my school dad is a sports teacher and my mum is an English teacher. My sister is nineteen. She isn’t in Liverpool. She’s a student in London. Send me a message soon. Diego

3

Complete the information about Diego. First name:

Diego

Favourite sport:

Surname:

Dad:

Nationality:

Mum:

From:

Sister:

sports teacher

Age:

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All Abou Me

Grammar: to be (1)

Grammar: to be (2)

4

9

Look at the table. Underline affirmative examples of to be in Exercise 2.

Affirmative I You He She It We They

Look at the table. Underline negative examples of to be in Exercise 2.

Negative ’m ’re ’s ’s ’s ’re ’re

from Liverpool.

Practice

I You He She It We They

Choose the correct words.

1 2 3 4

6 7

You’re / You’s my best friend. I / I’m 13 years old. This is my sister. She’s / Shes a teacher. My neighbours are American. They’s / They’re from New York. My friends and I are students. We’re / We in Year 8. This is my dad. He’s / She’s Turkish. My surname’s Wysocki. It’s / I Polish.

6

Complete the sentences with ’m, ’s or ’re.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

He’s from Liverpool. a student. I a good footballer. You from the United Kingdom. We my sister. She a Turkish name. It Argentinian. They

1 2 3 4 5 6

7

Look at the Sentence Builder.

Your Turn

Sentence Builder

from Spain.

Practice

5

5

’m not aren’t isn’t isn’t isn’t aren’t aren’t

10 1

Write the sentences in the negative. You’re a good student.

You aren’t a good student. 2 3 4 5 6 7

11

12

It’s a Turkish name. I’m from the Czech Republic. She’s Polish. We’re friends. They’re in Year 8. He’s my teacher. Make true sentences. Use ’m, ’m not, ’s, isn’t, are or aren’t.

Turkish. I Polish. My surname English. My teacher from the UK. My best friend and I Arsenal. My favourite football team American. My neighbours

Write the names of the people on the diagram. Talk about three people you know.

Ewa is my best friend. She’s 11 and she’s in Year 8 … 8

Write the words in the correct order.

1

student. / Polish / is / Ewa / a

Ewa is a Polish student. 2 3 4

my / is / colour. / Red / favourite a / is / Diego / name. / Spanish good / are / student. / You / a

family ME

friends

Ewa

people I know 13

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2

Where are you?

Warm-up 1.19

1

Look at the photos. Listen and repeat. 1

2

at home

3

at school

2

in town

at work

nger Are you a esir? or a rapp

Reading and Listening 1.20

4

Read and listen.

w band. KimCo is a ne d Lulu an Meet Kim, Zak May on: Tuesday 11 . m at: 4 p. at school

Where are you?

I’m at school. I’m in town.

I’m at home.

1

Hurry up!

4

2

3

Kim So, are you a singer? Kwame No, I’m not. I’m a rapper. Kim Cool. And how old are you? Kwame I’m twelve.

5

14

Kwame Hi, are you Kim? Kim Yes, I am. What’s your name? Kwame My name’s Kwame.

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Kim Kwame? That’s different. What nationality are you? Kwame English. My dad’s from Ghana. Where are you from? Kim Oh, I’m from London.

Zak I’m Zak. Lulu And I’m Lulu. Kwame Hi, I’m Kwame. I’m a rapper. Listen …

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All Abou Me

Grammar: to be (3)

Grammar: to be (4)

3

6

Look at the table. Underline examples of Yes/No questions and short answers in Exercise 2.

Yes/No Questions

Short Answers

Am Are Is Is Is Are Are

Yes, I am. Yes, you are. Yes, he is. Yes, she is. Yes, it is. Yes, we are. Yes, they are.

I you he she at home? it we they

Wh- Questions No, I’m not. No, you aren’t. No, he isn’t. No, she isn’t. No, it isn’t. No, we aren’t. No, they aren’t.

1

Complete the questions and answers.

Are

Yes, I 2

No, he 3 No, it 4 Yes, they 5 Yes, we 6 No, she

5

What’s your name? What nationality are you? Where are you from? How old are you? Where are you?

you Polish? . your best friend from Turkey? . your surname English? . your teachers American? . you and your friends at school? . your mum at work? .

Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in Exercise 4. Say true answers.

Kwame. English. London. Twelve. I’m at home.

Practice

7

Practice

4

Look at the table. Underline examples of Wh- questions in Exercise 2.

1 2 3 4 5

8

Match the questions (1–5) with the answers (a–e). What’s your name? a) I’m eleven. What nationality b) I’m from are you? Budapest. Where are you c) My name’s from? Kati Varga. How old are you? d) I’m Hungarian. Where are you? e) I’m at school. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in Exercise 7. Say true answers.

Your Turn

9

Imagine a new you. Practise the dialogue in pairs.

6

? Zak Is Kwame our new rapper? Kim Yes, he is!

7

Name From Nationality Age Year

My name’s Viktor. What’s your name?

Cool!

Where are you from? Oh, you’re Turkish. How old are you?

 Serdar – S-E-R-D-A-R.  I’m from Istanbul.  Yes, that’s right.  I’m eleven.

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Nice o mee you

Warm-up

1

Look at the photos. Point to Murat, Claire, Zoltan, Marcus and Oliver.

Reading and Listening 1.21

2

Read and listen. Zoltan Hello, are you Murat Saner? Murat Yes. And you are Mr and Mrs Cserszegi? Claire It’s Cserszegi. C-S-E-R-S-Z-E-G-I. Zoltan is Hungarian. Zoltan Nice to meet you, Murat. Welcome to England. Murat Nice to meet you, too, Mr … Cserszegi. Zoltan Your English is very good, Murat. Murat Yes, my mum is English. I’m half Turkish and half English. …

Zoltan Oliver Murat Claire Murat Marcus Murat

Murat, this is Oliver. Hello, Murat. How are you? I’m fine, thanks, Oliver. And this is Marcus. Oh, wow! Twins! Hi, Marcus. Welcome to England, Murat. Thank you.

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All Abou Me

3

Write the correct names.

Writing: Capital letters

1 2 3 4 5

His dad is Turkish. Murat His family is Hungarian. She’s English. They’re twins. She’s at the airport.

8

Circle the capital letters in the sentence. My name’s Carlos and I’m from Spain.

9

Write the sentences and put capital letters in the correct places.

1

my friends from budapest are in town.

2

what’s your name? how old are you ?

Speaking

4

Look at the Key Expressions. Underline the Key Expressions in Exercise 2.

Key Expressions:

5

Choose the correct words.

/ How, my name’s Donna. 2What’s / What your name? B Adam. I’m from Poland. 3Nice / Fine to meet you. A 4Fine / Nice to meet you, 5too / two. 6Welcome / Hello to our school. B 7Thank / Thanks you. A

1 Hello

3

nice to meet you. welcome to the uk.

4

are you from spain or argentina?

10

A Nick, 8this / it is Adam. He’s from Poland. C Hi, Adam. 9How / How old are you? B I’m 10fine / five, thanks.

6 7

www.myblog.com

n

My Name’s Miguel fernández. I’m twelve

Work in groups. Practise the dialogue in Exercise 5.

years old and I’m from santander, in the north

Work in groups. Practise the dialogue in Exercise 5 again. Use your names.

Hello, my name’s Karina. What’s your name?

Monika. I’m from Hungary. Nice to meet you.

Find and correct seven mistakes.

of spain. I’m in the school Football team. My Favourite footballer is sergio Ramos.

11 • •

Write a blog. Include this information. Check your work for capital letters. name age

• •

from favourite sports star

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S udy Corner 1 Language Check Vocabulary

1

Complete the spidergram with the words in the box. Turkey home American neighbour Poland sister Czech teacher the USA school Spanish town

American

Language Check Grammar

Language Check Key Expressions

2

Complete the sentences with ’m, ’s or ’re.

4

1 2 3

6 7

You ’re a good footballer. twelve years old. I Claire isn’t Hungarian. She English. Mum and Dad aren’t at home. at work. They My friend and I aren’t Polish. We Czech. English. Oliver isn’t Turkish. He Tim. My name isn’t Tom. It

3

Complete the questions and answers.

1

you and Yasemin Turkish? . you twelve years old? . No, I your computer new? . No, it ’s your name? Caroline. My name is your sister? thirteen years old. She are they from? from the USA. They

4 5

Complete the dialogues with the words in the box. Thank

How

too

fine

to

this

A Hello, my name’s Lee. What’s your name? B Musa. I’m from Turkey. Nice to meet you. . Welcome A Nice to meet you, 1 too 2 England. you. B 3 4 is Musa. He’s from Turkey. A Emily, are you? C Hi, Musa. 5 6 , thanks. B I’m

Are

Yes, we

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