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Paolo Iotti

STORY 5 GARDEN The

Student’s Book with Activities

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WELCOME KIDS!

U n it 1 Listen and read.

Welcome kids! A new year is starting and I’ve got lots of new stories for you!

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2 Match. Listen and check.

Mr Green

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Frankenstein

1

The Neverending Story 2

Sherlock Holmes 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Merlin and Morgan at Camelot

Odysseus’s Journey 4 6

3

5

3 Are you a book expert? Complete. 1 You can meet King Arthur in 2 You can meet Bastian in 3 You can meet Captain Nemo in 4 You can meet the monster in 5 You can meet Polyphemus in 6 You can meet Dr Watson in

2

Merlin and Morgan at Camelot


4 Answer.

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1 Where are you now? 2 What time is it? 3 What day is it today? 4 What month is it? 5 What’s the weather like?

5 Think about you and complete. Use: am / am not – have got / haven’t got. 1 I

tall.

5 I

a ponytail.

2 I

slim.

6 I

excellent at Maths.

3 I

curly hair.

7 I

very good at Art.

4 I

glasses.

8 I

good at English.

6 Write your daily routine in order and complete with the time. I do sport

1

I have a shower

2

I go to bed

3

I get dressed

4

I get up

5

I have lunch

6

I have dinner

7

I have breakfast

8

I go to school

9

I go home

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7 Complete. 1 I

go to school on Sunday.

2 I

get dressed in the morning.

3 I

do sport in the afternoon.

4 I

watch TV in the evening.

5 I

have lunch at school.

always

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sometim e

s

usually

never

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WELCOME KIDS! 8 Play with your friends.

20 A B C D E F G H 4

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9 Imagine you are on a treasure island. Tick and write. You are with a friend. Who is it?

I’m on a treasure island with .

What’s the weather like? The weather is .

Look around. What can you see? I can see a and a . Which animals can you see? I can see lots of animals:

. What’s in your rucksack?

In my rucksack I’ve got:

.

You find an animal footprint. How do you feel?

We find an animal footprint. We’re .

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FRANKENSTEIN

2 phoning

1 eating

4 talking

6 cooking

9 dancing

10 playing the piano

6

11 singing

5 drinking


1 Look and tick. How many candles can you find?

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10 15 18 3 taking photos

2 Listen and say.

4

3 Listen and sing.

5-6

There’s a party at the castle. There’s a party, come and see. What’s everyone doing? Come and look with me! He is singing, she is dancing. He is cooking, she is eating. Look over there, they are playing a board game!

7 making a video

8 texting

There’s a party at the castle. There’s a party, come and see. What’s everyone doing? Come and look with me!

4 Play the game. He’s cooking.

12 playing a board game

Number 6!

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FRANKENSTEIN 5 Listen and say.

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LIVING GRAMMAR

What’s the monster doing?

6 Listen and play The Guessing Game.

He’s drinking.

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Is it a man or a woman?

It’s a monster!

What’s the monster doing?

He’s dancing.

Number 3.

Right!

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1

2

3

9

10

11

4

5

12

13

6

7

14

8

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We say: It’s the first of January.

7 Listen and say.

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What’s the date today?

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LIVING GRAMMAR

It’s 1st January.

1st

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

7th

8th

9th

10th

11th

12th

13th

14th

15th

16th

17th

18th

19th

20th

21st

22nd 23rd

24th 25th

26th

27th

28th

29th

30th

31st

8 Look and play.

11th March

13th April

31st July

2nd January

16th December

4th October

28th February

16th May

22nd June

30th November

What’s the date today? The monster is playing the piano.

It’s the sixteenth of May. Right!

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FRANKENSTEIN 9 Listen and say.

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LIVING GRAMMAR

When’s your birthday?

It’s on 3rd May.

10 Ask five friends and write. When’s your birthday?

It’s on the seventh of July.

name

day

month

11 Complete and say. 1

’s birthday is on

.

2

’s birthday is on

.

3

’s birthday is on

.

4

’s birthday is on

.

5

’s birthday is on

.

Co m e

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Draw and write a card to invite your friend to your birthday party.

to my party!


CHATTING

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12 Complete the dialogue. Then listen and act with a friend. Colin Hello, Nina. Can you come to my birthday party?

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• Are you busy? • You don’t know the date... • Whose birthday is it? • Why? • My birthday isn’t today. • I’m sorry, Colin. I can’t. • It’s on 21st November.

Nina Colin Why? Nina I’m busy, I’m taking photos of my dog. It’s on Saturday...

Colin

1

Nina On Saturday? Sorry, I’m busy. Colin Busy? Nina You’re right. When’s your birthday? Colin Nina Oh Colin, I’m very sorry, but I can’t come. Colin Nina Yes, I am. Colin Nina I’m at a surprise birthday party on 21st November. Colin Nina Ehm… Let me check in my diary… It’s Colin Turner’s birthday! Colin Oh, dear… I’m Colin Turner!

13 Listen and say. three thin

free fin

THE SO

12

tree tin

14 Listen and circle. 1 2

=

=

3

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14 15 Listen and say three times. t h re e t h i ev e s a re t h i n k i n g o things. y t r i h T f t h re e t h o u s a n d

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FRANKENSTEIN

Like father, like son!

16 Listen to the story. Hey, Frank Junior, what are you doing?

15 Ugh! That’s disgusting!

I’m catching a mouse.

1 Oh, no! A mouse isn’t a nice present!

2

4

Oh Betty, here’s your invitation to the party.

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Look! The first present is a big, fat bat. The second is a black spider with long hair. The third is a mouse and the fourth is a yellow worm.

I like mice! But I’ve got other presents, too.

3

5

Tomorrow is 13th October and it’s my dad’s birthday! I need a present!

Oh, thank you very much!

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The day after

Frank Junior, where are you?

Shhh! Dad is coming. Are you ready? Yes, we are.

Happy birthday, Dad!

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1

Surprise!

Happy birthday!

7 Thank you!

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8 Here are your presents, Dad!

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Oh, thank you, they’re fantastic! I love them.

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17 Act out the story. 18 Answer. 1 What’s Frank Junior doing in the first picture? 2 What’s the first present? 3 What’s the third present? 4 What’s the fourth present? 5 When’s the party? 6 Does Frank Junior’s dad like the presents?

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19 Listen and tick.

16 Laura

Rocky

cooking

dancing

taking photos

singing

phoning

eating

Laura brother father sister mother dog

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Role-play with a friend.

Can you come to my birthday party?

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Yes, I can. When’s your birthday?

It’s on 12th October.

What time is the party?

It’s at 3 o’clock in the afternoon.

Great! Thank you.


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21 Read Nick’s diary and answer.

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Dear Diary,

today is 23rd October. It’s my birthday and I’m very happy.

But there’s one problem! It’s raining now. I can’t have my party in the garden.

l. My friends and I like playing football and volleybal My party starts at half past four. Now it’s two o’clock and my sister, Susan, is in the living room with her friends. They are singing and playing the piano.

My mother is cooking a delicious cake for me...

1 What’s the date today? 2 Is Nick happy? 3 What’s the weather like? 4 What’s his sister doing? 5 What’s his mum doing?

22 What do you think happens? Choose the end. A It stops raining at half past three, so Nick can have his birthday party in the garden. B Susan and her friends go out and Nick has his party in the living room. C Nick’s grandma invites Nick to have a party at her house. D Nick has got an idea. He has an umbrella party. E

23 It’s Sunday afternoon and you are at home with your family. WRI

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Write what you, your mum, your dad and your brother or sister are doing.

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Milk is good for your bones.

SCIENCE The body 1 Match. Listen and check. ribs

wrist

humerus

tibia

ulna

neck

17 backbone

elbow

radius

femur

fibula

skull

knee cap

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1 9

2

10

3 4

11

5 12

6 7

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2 Read and complete. Listen and check. important body hand bones 25 femur

16

ear

18

has about 300 bones. Then some bones • A baby’s in an adult skeleton. join together. There are 206 years of age. • Human bones grow until about • The longest bone in the human skeleton is the thigh bone. . It is called the . • The smallest bone in the human body is in the It is 2.8 millimetres long. . • There are 54 bones in a for our bones and helps keep • Calcium is very them strong and healthy.


A bone experiment 3 Listen and do the experiment.

1

19

2

Have chicken for lunch.

4

d You nee a chicken bone, a jar, vinegar

3 Save a bone.

5 Try to bend it. It’s very hard.

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1

Wash the bone.

6

Put the bone in a jar.

Cover the bone with vinegar.

4 Read and choose. 7 Put the lid on the jar.

8 Wait three days.

• After three days the bone is hard / soft. • I can / can’t bend it. • Vinegar melts / doesn’t melt calcium.

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mysterious castles 1 Listen and read.

20

Frankenstein Castle is in Germany in the village of Darmstadt, about 30km south of Frankfurt. It is an old castle, but every year on 31st October there is a big Halloween festival: the annual weekend with monsters, ghosts and witches.

2 Listen and complete. flowers

films

21

England

Garden

Alnwick Castle is in and it is one of the locations for the Harry Potter . At the castle there is an enormous tree house and a Poison with dangerous plants and .

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3 Listen and read.

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1

Label the pictures. Tintagel Castle is in Cornwall. It is a place linked with the legend of King Arthur. People say it is Arthur’s birthplace. On the beach you can see Merlin’s cave and a sculpture of the wizard. 2

1

4 Listen and choose.

23

Urquhart Castle is in Scotland. It is under / near Loch Ness, the river / lake where Nessie, the monster / fish, lives. The castle is one of the biggest in Ireland / Scotland.

3

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THE NEVERENDING STORY

1 colouring books

3 fantasy books

6 adventure books

10 detective books

8 romance books

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9 cooking books


1 Look and tick. How many pencils can you find?

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2

3 5 9

2 Listen and say.

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3 Listen and sing.

25-26

There is something special that I like to do. I like reading in the library. There is something special that I like to do.

2 scary books

Do you like reading, too? Adventure books and wildlife books, scary books and cooking books, detective books and romance books.

4 science fiction books

A good book is a good friend.

5 history books

Look in a book and you can see a great big world for you and me!

7 sports books

4 Play the game. I like sports books…

I like sports books and scary books…

I like sports books, scary books and comics.

11 wildlife books

12 comics

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THE NEVERENDING STORY 5 Listen and say.

27

LIVING GRAMMAR

Does he like reading sports books? Yes, he does. No, he doesn’t.

6 Listen and play The Guessing Game.

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Is it a boy or a girl?

A boy.

Does he like reading detective books?

No, he doesn’t.

Does he like reading cooking books?

Yes, he does.

He’s Chris.

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Right!

Alison

Linda

Josh

Ella

Timothy

Chris

Zoe

Amelia

Oliver

Adam

Tilda

Jim


7 Listen and number. Say.

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chef

vet

explorer

police officer

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teacher

doctor

artist

football player

librarian

2

computer scientist

8 Read, think and complete. 1 Linda wants to be a

. She likes reading wildlife books.

2 Josh wants to be a

. He likes reading detective books.

3 Alison wants to be a

. She likes reading sports books.

4 Chris wants to be a

. He likes reading cooking books.

5 Zoe wants to be an

. She likes reading adventure books.

6 Tilda wants to be an

. She likes colouring books.

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THE NEVERENDING STORY 9 Listen and say.

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LIVING GRAMMAR

What do you want to be when you grow up? I want to be a police officer.

10 Ask five friends and say. What do you want to be when you grow up?

I want to be a doctor.

ME

11 Complete and say. 1

wants to be

.

2

wants to be

.

3

wants to be

.

4

wants to be

.

5

wants to be

.

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Work in groups. What are your favourite jobs? Look for the words in a dictionary and write your list.


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12 Complete the dialogue. Then listen and act with a friend.

2

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Jennifer Hello, Lara. Can you help me with my school project? Lara

Sure, Jennifer.

Jennifer It’s a school survey. Listen to me and answer my questions. Lara OK! Jennifer What’s your father’s job? Lara Jennifer What does he like reading? Lara Jennifer What’s your mother’s job? Lara Jennifer What does she like reading? Lara Jennifer What do you want to be when you grow up? Lara Jennifer What do you like reading? Lara Jennifer Thank you, Lara. Lara

You’re welcome!

13 Listen and say. be

bee

tin

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14 Listen and circle. 1

=

2

THE SO •

fit

feet

3

=

• He’s an artist. • She’s a computer scientist. • What’s your project about? • I like reading adventure books. • I want to be an explorer. • She likes reading romance books. • He likes reading wildlife books.

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15 Listen and say three times.

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sheep on a ship. y l l i s x i S

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Actions speak louder than words.

THE NEVERENDING STORY 16 Listen to the story.

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Help me, Bastian! Help me!

I’m coming, my princess!

1

What are you doing up there?

2

I’m a prisoner of the evil witch Xayide. Help me, please.

Wait a minute. Let me see. A sports book, a cooking book, a fantasy…

I can’t find the door.

There are no doors. It’s a magic tower!

3

4

We can use your hair!

I can plant a magic bean and… Bastian, I’m not Rapunzel! I’ve got short hair.

5

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Bastian, you are not Jack! You haven’t got magic beans. 6


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I’ve got an idea! OK, I know… Listen: Open Sesame! Really?

Oh, please!

7

8 Ouch!

OK, I’m free now!

Are you ready? Bastian, I’m coming!

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10

11

17 Act out the story. 18 Choose. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

The princess is in a tree / tower. She is / isn’t a prisoner. The tower has got / hasn’t got doors. He’s got no / many books. She has got / hasn’t got long hair. He can / can’t plant a magic bean. He / She has got an idea. He / She solves the problem.

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THE NEVERENDING STORY L

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Dad

brother

SP

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Chelsea

20 Interview three friends. Then tell the rest of the class. What do you like reading? What do you want to be when you grow up?

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Mum

I like reading wildlife books and comics. I don’t like reading sports books. I want to be a vet.


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21 Read and tick.

2

Hello, my name’s Frida and I’m ten. My father is a librarian and I like books very much.

I don’t like reading romance books. I think they are stupid.

And I don’t like reading scary books, because I’m afraid of ghosts.

I like reading sports books, because when I grow up, I want to be a football player. My sister is thirteen. She likes reading romance books and scary books.

She usually reads her books aloud in our bedroom. So I usually read in the garden and when it’s raining, I read in… the bathroom!

1 Frida doesn’t like…

2 Frida likes reading…

3 Her sister is…

her sister.

scary books.

30 years old.

romance books.

football players.

13 years old.

tennis.

sports books.

3 years old.

4 Her sister likes reading…

5 Frida usually reads…

6 When it’s raining, Frida reads…

romance books.

in the garden.

in her bedroom.

detective books.

in the living room.

in the garden.

sports books.

in her bedroom.

in the bathroom.

22 Write a letter to Frida about what you like and don’t like reading. WRI

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Say where you usually read and what you want to be when you grow up.

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LITERATURE Reading

A book is a dream that you hold in your hands.

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front cover

ISBN

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publisher

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chapter title

chapter number

page number

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Characters

8

Before you read

10

Chapter 1 Anne Arrives at Green Gables

18

Activities

20

Chapter 2 Anne Finds a Friend

28

Activities

30

Chapter 3 Anne Starts School

38

Activities

y Michael Lacey Freeman a

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Janet Borsbey and Ruth Swan

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Chapter 4 Anne and her Adventur es

30

Activities


3 Go to the school library and play The Library Scavenger Hunt Game

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with your friends. Write the titles.

 A new arrival (book)  A picture book  A book with chapters  A holiday book  A book in another language  A comic book  A science book  A kids’ magazine  A music CD  A film

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You have a friend that doesn’t like reading. Make a poster for him or her to show why reading is fun.

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The biggest libraries in the world 1 Listen and complete. newspapers

London

The British Library in

38 maps

digital

countries

, in the United Kingdom,

contains about 170 million items from many

and

in many languages. The items are in different formats, print and . The Library collections include about 14 million books. Every year the Library adds 3 million new items to its collections. There are books, manuscripts, music recordings, videos,

2 Read and choose. Listen and check.

, magazines, and drawings. 39

The Library of Congress in Washington D.C., the capital of Canada / the United States, contains 162 million pictures / items. The Library collections are universal / small. They include materials from all parts of the world / country and in about 450 languages. At the Library you can see the smallest book in the world!

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3 Listen and complete. messages

branches

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2

items

Library and Archives Canada (LAC) is in Ottawa, the capital city of Canada. It contains . about 54 million The Secret Bench of Knowledge by Lea Vivot located at the is a entrance to the Library and Archives Canada. on the There are lots of sculpture from school kids. The messages are about the importance and pleasure of reading.

The New York Public Library, in New York City, in the United States, contains 53 million items. in the The Library has boroughs of Manhattan, The Bronx, and Staten Island. The Rose Main Reading Room is a fantastic place to read and study!

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Surf the Internet and find the biggest library in your country.

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LIFE SKILLS 6 Effective communication 1 Listen and complete. fast

impolite

41 eating

important

You communicate with your voice. Your voice is very . You must use it properly. Screaming is impolite, but whispering is also impolite. Speaking too slowly is

, but speaking too

is also impolite. Yawning or

while speaking is impolite, too.

2 Listen and tick who speaks properly. Good morning, let’s speak about the human body.

42 Hello, can I have some fish, please?

I usually get up at 7, but on Sunday I get up at 9.

Happy birthday! I’m very happy to be at your party.

34

I’m eleven years old. How old are you?

What a nice day! I love sunny and warm weather.


3 Listen and complete. look

communicate

You also

43 eyes

speak

with your

eyes, so when you to a person, you must at him/her in the .

4 Listen and complete. clean

44 hair

hands

jeans

Finally, you communicate with your body. Your T-shirt, your and your shoes must be clean. But also your your teeth and your

, your face,

must be

.

It’s bath time!

5 Answer. • How often do you have a bath or a shower in a week? once twice three times • How often do you wash your hair in a week? once twice three times • How often do you clean your teeth each day? once

twice

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three times

Work with your class and make a poster about effective communication rules.

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SHERLOCK HOLMES 4 museum

1 restaurant 3 clothes shop 2 park

6 baker’s

7 bookshop 8 library 9 toy shop

11 station

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5 theatre

1 Look and find. Tick. a bus a plane a train

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a car a boat

2 Listen and say.

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3 Listen and sing.

46-47

There’s a mystery to solve. Let’s call Sherlock Holmes! He’s looking for a boy, where can he be? He’s not in the library, he’s not in the bookshop, he’s not in the museum, he’s not in the pet shop. Where can he be? Let’s look and see.

10 swimming pool

Help Sherlock Holmes to solve the mystery!

4 Play the game. There’s a restaurant.

There’s a restaurant and a bookshop.

12 pet shop

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SHERLOCK HOLMES 5 Listen and say.

LIVING GRAMMAR

48 opposite

next to

near

between

6 True or false?

baker’s

Scotland Yard

bookshop

toy shop library

pet shop museum swimming pool

park

station

clothes shop

theatre

restaurant

T 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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The restaurant is near the clothes shop. The park is opposite the station. The baker’s is near the museum. The library is next to the pet shop. The toy shop is between the pet shop and the bookshop. Scotland Yard is near the swimming pool. The theatre is next to the pet shop. The clothes shop is next to the swimming pool.

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7 Complete the dialogue. Then listen and act with a friend. Tourist

Excuse me sir, where’s the theatre? And where’s the library?

Policeman Tourist

And where’s the toy shop?

Policeman Tourist

OK… and where’s the pet shop?

Policeman Tourist

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• It’s opposite the theatre. • It’s near the restaurant. • It’s opposite Scotland Yard. • It’s near the swimming pool. • It’s between the bookshop and the pet shop. • It’s opposite the toy shop. • It’s just behind you! • It’s opposite the clothes shop.

Policeman Oh, the theatre is near the library. Tourist

3

Where’s Scotland Yard?

Policeman Tourist

Great! Where’s the swimming pool?

Policeman Tourist

OK, and where’s the clothes shop?

Policeman Tourist

And where’s the restaurant?

Policeman Tourist

Wonderful, and where’s the theatre?

Policeman

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LIVING GRAMMAR 12 Match. Listen and check. go straight on

1

Turn right.

Don’t turn right.

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2

cross the road

turn right

3

13 Listen and play. Use the map on page 41.

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Excuse me. Where’s the swimming pool? Go straight on, then turn right at Blue Road. The first building on the left is the swimming pool.

Thank you. Bye.

You’re welcome. Goodbye.

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PURPLE ROAD

library

swimming pool

clothes shop

RED STREET

BLUE ROAD

WHITE LANE

PINK STREET

station

museum

bookshop

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theatre BLACK LANE

toy shop

pet shop

baker’s

restaurant

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GREY STREET

YOU ARE HERE

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SHERLOCK HOLMES 14 Listen to the story. Look, Watson. Chelsea Football Club is playing in town.

Sherlock is on the ball.

56 Good morning, Inspector Lestrade. Can you come to the football match this evening?

Let’s invite Inspector Lestrade. He’s a Chelsea fan.

I’m sorry, Holmes. I can’t.

1

2

There’s a very dangerous thief in town. I want to catch him.

Later at Scotland Yard… I know his name. But I can’t find him. Can I help you?

3

4 What’s his name?

Look! A theft in a bookshop, one in a restaurant, one at the theatre, one at the station…

His name is Burt Seal.

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Well… bookshop, restaurant, theatre, station… This is easy. We can find him.

Elementary, my dear Watson! In the library. It’s opposite the park.

How? Where can we find Burt Seal?

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Let’s go and catch him!

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Two hours later…

That evening... Holmes, you’re very clever. Please, tell me the solution to the case.

9

10

Not now! I want to enjoy the match.

The solution is in his name: BuRT SeaL. B is for bookshop, R is for restaurant…

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15 Act out the story. 16 Answer. 1 Who is playing in town? 2 Can Lestrade go to the match? 3 Who wants to catch the thief? 4 What’s the thief’s name? 5 Who solves the case? 6 What is the letter L for?

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ralia. Hello, my name’s Scarlett. I live in Goolwa in Aust Murray Goolwa is a beautiful town at the mouth of the iginal River. The name Goolwa means ‘elbow’ in the Abor language.

It is small Lots of tourists come here during the summer. s. but there are lots of restaurants and clothes shop Near my house there is a bookshop. Opposite the

shop bookshop there is a big pet shop. Next to the pet the there is a toy shop. The library is at the end of road, opposite the Boat Museum. There isn’t a swimming pool, but we’ve got the

South Pacific Ocean! Come and visit my town!

1 Scarlett lives in…

2 Goolwa is…

3 Scarlett lives…

America.

a small town.

opposite a bookshop.

Australia.

a big town.

near a bookshop.

England.

a capital city.

in front of the pet shop.

4 The pet shop is…

5 The Boat Museum is…

6 In Goolwa…

opposite the library.

opposite the library.

there is a swimming pool.

near the toy shop.

in front of the library.

there isn’t a swimming pool.

next to the toy shop.

in front of the pet shop.

there are lots of swimming pools.

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MATHS Critical thinking 1 Think and answer the riddles. Listen and check. What is black when it is clean and white when it is dirty?

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First, think of the colour of a polar bear. Second, think of the colour of clouds. Third, think of the colour of snow. Now, what do cows drink?

2 Count and answer. Listen and check.

What occurs twice in a week, once in a year but never in a day?

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Count all the triangles. How many can you find?

3 Do this Maths trick! I’ve got a clever brain!

Step 1 Think of any number. Step 2 Double it. Step 3 Add 10. Step 4 Halve it. Step 5 Take away the number from step number 1. And the answer is...

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4 Crack the code. Listen and check.

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IN GHE LIBRARY .uu can’g eat .uu can’g d$ink .uu can’g Wing .uu can’g take phutus

You and your friends need a new password. Mr Green creates a code. Your mission is to crack it!

Wgu$. The password is 5 Complete the magic squares.

8

Write numbers between 1 and 9. Remember that the sum of the row and the sum of the column is always 15.

6 5

4

4

7

2 5

9

6

6 Look at the sequences, think and choose. Draw the D shapes. 1

A

B

C

D

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4

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6

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B

C

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1 Listen and choose.

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Sherlock Holmes is a character created by the Scottish painter / writer Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Sherlock is the most popular detective / chef in the history of literature. When you are in Edinburgh / London, take your magnifying glass and go for an interesting walk. Take the tube. The first / second stop is Baker Street Underground Station.

At 221b Baker Street, you can see a statue / painting of Sherlock Holmes, his house and the Sherlock Holmes Museum. On the first floor there is a reconstruction of the living room and on the second and third floors you can see the other rooms from the films / stories. There is a special object in the living room. Look carefully at the table on the left / right and you can see a violin / trumpet. Holmes loves playing the violin and he has got an Italian Stradivari.

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2 Listen and complete. between restaurant

Watson Finally

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walk

Station

often

second

always

3

stop is Embankment

Underground Station. Simpson’s-in-the-Strand is a famous in London. It is Sherlock and

’s

favourite restaurant.

From the Strand you can

to

Northumberland Street. Here is your third stop: St Bartholomew’s Hospital, usually called Barts. It is a very old hospital and it is the place of the first meeting

Holmes and

Dr Watson.

St James’s Park Underground

is your

fourth stop. Here you can see the famous police offices of Scotland Yard

Sherlock and Watson go to meet Inspector Lestrade.

you can go to Northumberland Avenue to visit the Sherlock Holmes Pub. It is a traditional English pub that is full of tourists.

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1 whale 2 shark

4 dolphin

8 manta ray 7 octopus

9 seahorse

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10 starfish


1 Look and tick. How many shells can you find?

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3 moray eel

2 Listen and say.

2

3 Listen and sing.

3-4

Under the water, under the sea, animals are swimming, swimming free. There’s a big world to explore

5 turtle

down on the deep sea floor. I can see a moray eel. I can see a shark. I can see a crab.

6 jellyfish

I can see a manta ray. I can see a turtle. I can see a whale.

4 Play the game. I can see a whale. I can see a whale and a dolphin.

12 crab 11 seaweed

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20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA 5 Listen and say.

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LIVING GRAMMAR 6 Listen and play the game.

The blue crab is big. The red starfish is smaller than the yellow starfish.

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The black moray eel is long. The blue moray eel is longer. The brown moray eel is the longest. 6

The blue crab is bigger than the orange crab. Now it’s my turn! The red starfish is small.


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Crabs are dangerous. Jellyfish are more dangerous. Sharks are the most dangerous.

8 Read and complete. Whales are intelligent. Octopuses are more

.

Dolphins are the

.

9 Write your top-three list. Discuss with your friend. The most dangerous animals in the world

The most poisonous animals in the world

tiger sharks • vultures • pigs

scorpions • cobras • box jellyfish

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1

2

2

3

3

The most ferocious animals in the world

The most playful animals in the world

crocodiles • tigers • moray eels

monkeys • bears • dolphins

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• What’s the biggest animal in the world? • What animal has got the biggest eyes? • What animal is the fastest swimmer?

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20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA 10 Listen and say.

8

This is a seahorse.

Those are starfish. That is a starfish.

LIVING GRAMMAR

These are seahorses.

11 Write sentences. Use: this / these, that / those. Listen and check.

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4

10

Liam Hi, Roxana. I’m on Moorea Island. It’s a fantastic place. There are the strangest fish in the world. They’ve got legs. Roxana Yes, they have. This fish has got five legs.

Liam

and it hasn’t got legs.

Roxana  It’s got arms.

Really? Oh, and here’s a fish with legs and a shell…

Liam Roxana

Liam Just a moment. Can you touch it?

Roxana Liam

It’s a crab. Liam, be careful! It can pinch you!

Roxana Liam

What’s the matter, Liam?

Roxana

is in front of me now!

Liam

Ha ha ha! That’s the little crab’s mother!

Roxana

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weed

white

14 Listen and circle. 1

=

2

THE SO

11

write

=

• ARGHHHH! Help!!! • It’s very small. • Oh Liam, it’s a starfish • Liam, it isn’t a fish. • Yes, I can! It’s got very small claws. • The most dangerous crab in the world • Ha ha ha! Liam, fish haven’t got legs.

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20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA 16 Listen to the story. What’s happening, Captain Nemo?

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My men are looking for lunch.

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Professor Aronnax, can you see that octopus? That’s our lunch.

Professor Aronnax, what’s the matter? Why are you scared?

Captain Nemo, the octopus is in the submarine!

Captain Nemo, look out of the window!

Well done! You can cook it.

3

4 Oh dear, a giant octopus!

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Oh dear, you can’t kill it. It’s beautiful.

2

Later...

5

There is a reaction for every action.

Help, Captain Nemo! Help!

It’s the biggest and the most dangerous octopus of the seven seas!

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Chef! Let the baby octopus go free IMMEDIATELY. It’s an order!

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Later...

8 Excuse me, Captain… what do you want for lunch?

Mmm… what about seaweed soup? Professor Aronnax, do you like the menu?

Horrible experience, Captain.

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You’re right! The sea can be the most beautiful and the most dangerous place in the world.

Ha ha ha! Yes, Captain. I love seaweed soup!

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17 Act out the story. 18 Answer. 1 What are Captain Nemo’s men doing? 2 What does Captain Nemo want to eat for lunch? 3 Who is Captain Nemo with? 4 What can they see out of the window? 5 Is it dangerous? 6 What do they have for lunch?

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20 Choose a record animal and prepare a talk about it. This is the smallest shark in the world. It’s 21 centimetres long. It lives in the Caribbean Sea. It’s brown and black. It eats krill.

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Here’s a list of the world’s top-five biggest shark species. The whale shark is the biggest. The Greenland shark is the smallest. The Pacific sleeper shark is smaller than the great white shark. The Pacific sleeper shark is bigger than the Greenland shark. The basking shark is smaller than the whale shark but it’s bigger than the great white shark.

1 2 3 4 5

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GEOGRAPHY The Solar System 1 Listen and read.

16 Venus is a terrestrial planet and it is called Earth’s sister planet. It is the hottest planet.

The Sun is the star at the centre of our solar system.

Mercury is a terrestrial planet and it is the smallest planet of the solar system.

2 Complete. Listen and check.

Earth is our planet. It is a terrestrial planet and it has got one moon. It is the only planet to have life.

17

1

is the fifth planet from the Sun.

2

is the fourth planet from the Sun.

3

is the eighth planet from the Sun.

4

is the first planet from the Sun.

5

is the seventh planet from the Sun.

6

is the sixth planet from the Sun.

7

is the third planet from the Sun.

8

is the second planet from the Sun.

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Mars is called the Red Planet. It is a terrestrial planet with two moons.

I want to be an astronaut.

The huge asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter consists of millions of asteroids.


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Uranus is a gas giant with 27 moons. It is the coldest planet in the solar system.

agriculture

love

Pluto, Ceres, Haumea, Makemake and Eris are dwarf planets.

Neptune is called Uranus’s twin brother. It is a gas giant with 17 moons. It is a very windy planet!

Saturn is a gas giant with 62 moons. It has got nine rings made of ice and dust.

3 Complete. Listen and check.

18

sky

sea

messenger

king

1 Venus is named after the Roman goddess of 2 Mars is named after the Roman god of 4 Saturn is named after the Roman god of

. . .

5 Uranus is named after the Ancient Greek god of the 7 Jupiter is named after the Roman

war

and beauty.

3 Neptune is named after the Roman god of the

6 Mercury is named after the Roman

4

. of the gods. of all the gods.

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Areas in the d e UK t c e

P e n i Mar 1 Listen and read.

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Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are special areas in the UK to protect wildlife and habitats of international and national importance. There are 207 Marine Protected Areas in UK waters. Human activities can damage marine habitats and ecosystems. MPAs are important because they protect the marine environment and species for future generations.

2 Listen and complete. seals

mums

20

hospital

days

sea

kilos

different

At the Hunstanton Sea Life Sanctuary in England, you can come face to face with many

species: sharks,

penguins, sea turtles, rays and seahorses. At the Sanctuary there is also a seal

.

Many seals that arrive at the rescue centre are ill or injured. Some of the seals are pups that are a few

old!

Pups can’t catch or eat fish, so the vets at the centre become their

and they teach the pups lots of

things: how to catch fish, how to eat a whole fish and they learn important social skills with other

.

After some months when the pups are ready and they weigh around 20 the

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Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC) is a global organisation dedicated to the conservation and protection of all whales and dolphins. The WDC Scottish Dolphin Centre at Spey Bay, in England / Scotland, is home to a population of around 130 dolphins. Dolphins can live in very small families or in large groups. They are are friendly / unfriendly, very intelligent creatures and they can live for 40 years. The bottlenose dolphins in Scotland are the biggest / smallest bottlenose dolphins in the world. They are around 4 metres long, while the same dolphins that live in hot / warm waters are around 2.5 metres long. The dolphins in Scotland are fatter because they have got a lot of blubber in their bodies to insulate them from the cold / warm water temperatures of the North Sea. At the Scottish Dolphin Centre you can adopt / buy a dolphin and you can also see seals, sharks, whales and lots of other animals.

Hi kids, come and learn about dolphins!

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LIFE SKILLS 6 Coping with stress 1 Think and tick. I’m never stressed.

I’m often stressed.

I’m sometimes stressed.

I’m always stressed.

2 Read and tick.

getting up early yes

no

speaking in front of people yes

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no

doing an activity after school yes

no

playing in sports competitions yes

no

doing school tests yes

no

learning new things yes

no


3 Read and tick. Draw and complete.

sing

eat

sleep

draw

listen to music

play with my friends

do exercise

talk with my parents

read a book

watch TV

4 Listen and read. Try this relaxation exercise.

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• Sit in a comfortable position. • Close your eyes and breathe through your nose. • Hold your breath and count up to 4. • Release your breath slowly through your mouth. • Repeat this 10 times. • Remain in this relaxed position for about 2 minutes.

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MERLIN AND MORGAN AT CAMELOT 1 a bar of chocolate

2 a carton of orange juice 3 a jar of jam

4 a packet of biscuits

5 a bottle of water 6 a bowl of rice

8 a loaf of bread

7 a piece of cheese

9 a glass of milk 10 a cup of tea

11 a slice of cake

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12 a can of cola


1 Look and write. How many golden coins are there?

2 Listen and say.

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It’s lunchtime at Camelot. If you’re hungry, please come along! A packet of biscuits and a cup of tea, a loaf of bread and a glass of milk, a bar of chocolate and a bowl of rice, and a cake, you can have a slice! It’s lunchtime at Camelot. If you’re hungry, please come along!

4 Play the game. I like biscuits! Here’s a packet of biscuits.

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MERLIN AND MORGAN AT CAMELOT 5 Listen and say.

26

LIVING GRAMMAR

1p = one penny

2p = two pence

£1 = one pound

£2 = two pounds

6 Listen and play The Shopping Game.

27 Here’s a bar of chocolate!

I’ve got 90 pence.

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£1 .1 p

£1 90

5 .0 0

£1 .5 £2 0

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50

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Thank you!


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LIVING GRAMMAR

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How much are they, please?

It’s one pound five pence.

They’re two pounds ten pence.

8 Look at activity 6. Write the question and the answer. Listen and check.

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2

How much are they?

?

They’re £2.80.

3

4 ?

5

?

6 ?

7

?

8 ?

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MERLIN AND MORGAN AT CAMELOT 9 Complete the dialogue. Listen and check. Customer

30 Shopkeeper - Here you are. Anything else? - Good morning. Can I help you? - Do you prefer still or sparkling water?

- No, thank you. How much is it? - Yes, please. I need a bottle of water. - Still water, please. Good morning!

1

2

It’s fifty pence, please.

3

4

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Miss Purple Good morning, Madam. It’s Lenny Richardson.

Lenny

Miss Purple Good morning, dear Lenny. Lenny Yes, please. I need two extra large pepperoni pizzas and two cans of cola at 7 o’clock. My address is… Miss Purple

It isn’t good for you. Pardon?

Lenny Miss Purple

I’m eleven. But...

Lenny Miss Purple

I don’t want fruit and vegetables. I want two pepperoni pizzas.

Lenny

5

Miss Purple

• Can I help you? • I don’t know, dear Lenny. • Dear Lenny, how old are you? • Pizza… cola? • Try a bowl of vegetable soup and fresh fruit salad… • Hello, who’s speaking? • Oh you’re so young… you need fruit and vegetables. • Oh no, you aren’t.

Lenny Madam, I want two pepperoni pizzas and two cans of cola. How much are they? Miss Purple Excuse me, Madam, am I speaking with Mario’s Pizza Takeaway?

Lenny

Miss Purple  I’m Miss Purple and I’m a nutritionist! Oh, dear…

Lenny

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hit

eat

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MERLIN AND MORGAN AT CAMELOT 14 Listen to the story. Hello, Merlin. Where are you going?

1

35 You can’t go shopping. You’ve got no money.

Hello, Morgan. I’m going shopping. I’m King Arthur’s personal chef.

2

Here you are!

4

5

Here’s one pound for you!

Yes, please. A packet of biscuits.

I’ve got no money, but I’ve got my magic wand!

3

OK. Magic bag turn around. Make one pound grow from the ground! Oh, I’ve got no money, but… it’s easy!

Thank you.

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Can I help you?

It’s one pound.

Thank you. How much is it?

7

Grasp all, lose all!

6 Ten sausages, please. Here you are!

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OK. Magic hat turn around. Make one…

Thank you. How much are they? Three pounds, please.

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No, no, let’s start again. Magic hat turn around. Make three pounds grow from the ground.

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What??!!

Stupid hat! POUNDS… not hounds!!

Come back!! 13

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1 The young girl buys a packet of…

2 She also buys a jar of…

3 She pays…

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I’ve got five pounds. I can buy a bar of chocolate, a bottle of water…

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shopping centre Hi, I’m Kenneth, on Sunday I usually go to the with my father and my little brother, Sam. my grandma. Today I’ve got fifteen pounds!!! It’s a present from for my next So I can buy a lot of things. I can buy a torch school trip. It costs two pounds thirty. e pounds fifty. Then I can buy a magnifying glass. It costs thre

ds eighty. I can also buy a fantastic cap. It costs five poun is my favourite It’s a Manchester United cap. Manchester United football team.

. It costs 90p. Then I want to buy a bar of chocolate for Sam Yummy! Oh, I can buy a bar of chocolate for me, too!!! a. A rose is Finally I want to buy a present for my grandm ds!!! a great idea! Oh dear, a rose costs… three poun Dad, can you help me?

1 Today Kenneth has got…

2 The torch costs…

3 The magnifying glass costs…

£5

£2.30

£3.20

£50

£3.20

£3.50

£15

£3.23

£35.00

4 The cap costs…

5 Two bars of chocolate cost…

6 With the remaining money…

£8.50

75p

he can buy a rose.

85p

£1.80

he can’t buy a rose.

£5.80

98p

he can buy three roses.

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SCIENCE Food and nutrition 1 Listen and complete. vegetables

countries

I eat a rainbow every day!

37 fruit

name

vitamins

of a campaign to encourage people to eat five Five-a-day is the and vegetables every day. The campaign follows portions of , advice from the World Health Organisation and it is active in many for example Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Norway, the United States and the United Kingdom. Fruit and give us different

come in different colours and the different colours and minerals.

2 Listen and read. Then write the name of a fruit or a vegetable for each group. The yellow-orange group is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and potassium.

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The white group is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C and calcium.

The red group is rich in vitamin C.

The green group is rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, potassium and iron.

The blue-purple group is rich in vitamin A and vitamin C.

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3 Follow the maze and complete. Listen and check. CALCIUM

POTASSIUM

1 I give you strong

VITAMIN C

all the parts of

teeth.

your body.

3 I help the heart to

IRON

2 I carry oxygen to

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I am

.

4 I help you to see

. 5 I fight infections

beat and muscles

better, especially

and I heal wounds.

to move.

at night.

I am

I am

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Camden Lock in London is the / one of the world’s most famous markets and it attracts around 100,000 people each month / weekend. The market is open 364 days a year. It only opens / closes on Christmas Day. At Camden Lock Market there are lots of small and big shops with unique and colourful signs, restaurants and stalls. Here you can / can’t find everything: food, clothes, furniture, handmade and ethnic crafts from all parts of the world.

2 Listen and read.

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In Camden Lock you can visit the Stables Market. It comes from a horse hospital and it is a building of special historic interest. Today it is a covered market and there are many shops and stalls with antique furniture, unique clothes and jewellery, shoes and posters.

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3 Listen and complete. food

vegetables

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market

5

hamburgers

Food stalls are a very important part of the . You can buy fruit and

,

meat and bread. You can also eat Spanish paella, Peruvian

, huge

American

, sushi, pizza,

fish and chips and lots more. You can find the world on a plate!

4 Listen and read.

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On Regent’s Canal, tourist boats and regular water bus services leave from Camden Lock, stop at London Zoo and arrive at Little Venice. Little Venice is the perfect place for a picnic. There are big and beautiful houses and many famous people live here, including J. K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter books!

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ODYSSEUS’S JOURNEY 1 hang glider

4 car

3 rocket

5 foot

6 train 7 motorbike 8 lorry 9 motorboat

12 bike

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1 Look and tick. How many swords can you find?

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4 6 8 2 plane

2 Listen and say.

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3 Listen and sing.

45-46

Travel by bike or travel by train, travel by motorboat. … Or travel by plane. Travel by horse or travel by car, travel by lorry. … Is it near or far? Travel by rocket up to the moon or travel by hot-air balloon. So many ways to travel around

10 hot-air balloon

but if you prefer, you can travel on foot!

4 Play the game. Odysseus travels by car.

Odysseus travels by car and by motorboat...

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ODYSSEUS’S JOURNEY 5 Listen and say.

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LIVING GRAMMAR 6 Listen and number.

by car / by plane / by train / by horse… 48

Penelope

Circe

Telemachus

the Sirens

Odysseus

Tiresias

Polyphemus

Poseidon

Scylla

Calypso

Zeus

Charybdis

7 Listen and play The Guessing Game. Is she going by lorry? Is she going on foot? She’s Penelope.

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on foot

49 No, she isn’t. Yes, she is. Right!


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8 Play the game. Use a dice. You need to travel 1,000 km

6

to arrive in Ithaca. Who arrives first?

START

You miss Poseidon’s motorboat. Skip a turn.

Scylla takes you by bike. Go 50 km forward.

You are waiting for the train. Skip a turn.

Ride Tiresias’s horse and go 50 km forward.

Jump on Calypso’s hot-air balloon. Fly 100 km forward.

Ride Circe’s lorry. Go 50 km forward.

Fly by Charybdis’s plane and go 100 km forward.

Gain 200 km with Zeus’s rocket.

Drive the Sirens’ car. Go 100 km forward.

Jump on Telemachus’s train. Go 50 km forward.

Polyphemus wants to eat you. Go back to START.

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Ithaca Fly by Odysseus’s hang glider. Go 50 km forward.

Ride Polyphemus’s motorbike. Go 100 km forward.

Work with a friend. Choose a Greek god or goddess and make a fact file about him or her.

Go on foot with Penelope. You walk 10 km forward.

You are very tired. Skip a turn.

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ODYSSEUS’S JOURNEY 9 Listen and say.

LIVING GRAMMAR

50 Where are you from? I’m from the UK. / I’m from Italy. What nationality are you? I’m British. / I’m Italian.

10 Listen and say.

11 Choose the correct word and complete.

51

Countries

Nationalities

the UK

British

Italy

Italian

France

French

Germany

German

Greece

Greek

the USA

American

China

Chinese

Japan

Japanese

Listen and check.

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1 She’s from the UK / British. The British flag is red, white and blue

.

2 I’m from Italy / Italian. The

flag is

.

3 You’re from American / the USA. The

flag is

.

4 They’re from Greece / Greek. The

flag is

.

5 He’s from China / Chinese. The

flag is

.

6 They’re from Japanese / Japan. 1

2

3

4

The

flag is

.

7 He’s from French / France. The 5

6

7

8

12 Listen and play The Guessing Game. My flag is red… No, I’m not. My flag is red, white and blue. Yes, I’m from the UK.

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flag is

.

8 We’re from German / Germany. The

flag is

.

53 Are you Japanese? You’re British!


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Mr Schildman Hello, it’s Oliver Schildman. Receptionist Mr Schildman Yes please, I need a room for three nights. Receptionist Mr Schildman I’m from Hamburg. Receptionist  Well, there’s the beautiful Polyphemus room. Mr Schildman Polyphemus? No, no, no. It’s dangerous! Receptionist Mr Schildman No, thank you. I don’t like the sea. Receptionist Mr Schildman Circe? NO! I don’t want to become a pig! Which room do you want?

Receptionist

Mr Schildman I want the Zeus room. I want to meet the boss! Receptionist OK, it’s £250 per night. Mr Schildman  I think the Polyphemus room is OK.

• So you’re German. • Good morning sir, can I help you? • Yes, sir. Where are you from? • Sir, this is the Odyssey B&B. • Do you want the Circe room? • Oh, nooo! It’s too expensive. • Oh, dear… well, there’s the Poseidon room.

Receptionist Perfect! Polyphemus is waiting for you!

THE SO

14 Listen and say.

55

wrong

light

long

right

15 Listen and circle. 1 =

2 =

lorry

lolly

UND

GA M

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3 =

57 16 Listen and say three times. A l o n g l o r r y fu l l o f i c e l o l l i e s .

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ODYSSEUS’S JOURNEY 17 Listen to the story.

Patience is a virtue.

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Odysseus, my love, where are you?

What are you doing? I’m running!

I’m in Polyphemus’s cave.

1

2 Odysseus, my love, where are you?

What are you doing?

I’m in Aeolus’s castle. Penelope, I’m flying!

3

4 Odysseus, where are you?

What are you doing?

I’m on Circe’s island.

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I’m riding a bike. I’m coming… I’m coming.


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I’m on my motorboat!

Sailors, let’s go to Ithaca!

7

8 Odysseus, come back home now!

Odysseus… I can’t hear you. Where are you?

I’m here! Arghhhhhh!!!

Yes, yes. I’m coming.

9

10

11

18 Act out the story. 19 Put the sentences in order and complete. He’s riding in picture number

.

He’s flying in picture number

.

He’s running in picture number

.

He’s walking in picture number

.

He’s sailing in picture number

.

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1 Antonio is from…

2 His father is…

3 His mother is…

4 He is going to…

5 He is going by…

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21 Play The Quiz Game. Can you name three means of transport?

Motorbike, plane and lorry!


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Hello, I’m Felicity.

I live in Edinburgh, but every summer I go to Greece. My grandmother is

Greek and she lives in Crete. I love the sea and I do lots of water

sports. In the morning I get up at seven o’clock and I ride my bike to the beach. t together. Then I meet my friend Tony and we have breakfas father is Italian We have a cappuccino and a slice of cake. His and he’s got a coffee bar on the beach. d and Then we go by motorboat to Dia. It’s a small islan animals. a protected area. It’s a fantastic place with rare Tony and me The keeper is a nice man. Every day he teaches

many things about fish. e on the beach. In the afternoon we usually have a ride by hors Then we swim and have a surfing lesson. I love my summer holidays!

1 Felicity is from…

2 Her grandmother lives in…

3 Felicity goes to the beach…

Ireland.

Crete.

on foot.

Scotland.

Edinburgh.

by horse.

Greece.

London.

by bike.

4 Tony’s father is from…

5 Felicity and Tony go to Dia…

6 In the afternoon Felicity and

Greece.

by ship.

Tony have a ride…

Italy.

by motorbike.

by motorbike.

a coffee bar.

by motorboat.

by horse.

by train.

23 Write about Felicity using the third person. WRI

T

ING

Felicity lives in Edinburgh…

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1 Listen and complete.

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Match.

trident animals

Cerberus sea

horses

father

HISTORY Greek gods and goddesses

mother

Come and meet the gods and goddesses of Ancient Greece! Zeus is the god of the sky and the king of Olympus. of all the He’s the gods and goddesses and his symbol is a thunderbolt. He can transform into the shape of and people. 1

2

Apollo is the god of the sun. His father is Zeus. He’s also the god of archery, poetry, art, medicine, prophecy and music. He plays the lyre, an instrument similar to a small harp. He moves the sun with a chariot . pulled by golden

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Hera is Zeus’s wife. She’s the of all the gods and goddesses. She’s also the protector of women. 3

4

Hades is the god of the Underworld, the world of the dead. He’s Zeus and Poseidon’s brother. He’s got a dog with three heads called .

Poseidon is the god of . the He’s Zeus’s brother. He’s got a a three-pointed spear. He uses the trident to cause earthquakes. 5

I love mythology!

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1

2

Ares is the god of dance / war. He’s cruel and he’s a bully. He’s got a spear / sword.

Aphrodite is the goddess of love / war and beauty. She is the protector of artists / sailors.

3

4

Hermes is the messenger of all the gods. He wears winged shoes / clothes and he’s very slow / fast.

Athena is the goddess of wisdom / freedom. Her symbol is a tiger / an owl.

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The London 1 Listen and choose.

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Tube

 he London Underground is one of the oldest / newest and biggest underground railway T networks in the world. It is called the Tube by Londoners and it is a private / public system of transport. ] It has 11 lines and 270 / 170 stations. ] 55% of the system travels above / under ground and 45% travels in tunnels above / under the ground. ] It is 402 / 420 kilometres long and it is the third longest metro system in the world. ] Every day around 4.8 billion / million passengers use it. ]

2 Listen and complete. phrase

busiest

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deepest

circle

ticket

world

The Tube’s logo is called the Roundel and it is a red with a horizontal blue bar.

‘Mind the gap’ The dates back to 1968. It tells people to be careful of the gap between the train door and the platform.

station is Hampstead The on the Northern Line. It runs down to 58.5 metres, that is 15 floors below ground! If you want to use the stairs, there are 320 steps!

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Every week, Underground escalators travel the equivalent distance of going twice around the .

The Oyster card is an electronic . It is a quick and easy way to pay for journeys on the bus, train, river bus and the Tube. The Oyster card reader is a yellow circle. You ‘touch in’ and ‘touch out’ at the start and at the end of a journey. Children under 11 can travel for free!

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LIFE SKILLS 6 Coping with a bully 1 Listen and say.

B ig U gly L one r L oser Y earn ing atte nt ion

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A BULLY is a… 2 Read and think. Why do people bully?

• People bully to hide their fears. • People bully because they are unhappy. • People bully because they don’t like who they are.

How do people bully?

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What can I say when someone is bullying me? • Please, stop doing that! • What you are doing makes me feel sad. • I don’t like it when you… • I’m upset because… • I feel angry when you…

What can I do when someone is bullying me? • I can take ten breaths. • I can walk away. • I can write about it. • I can talk about it when I’m calm.

What MUST I do when someone is bullying me?

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to an adult!

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1 Listen and complete.

round

popular

Irish

scary

Halloween is on 31st October. It is a very festivity. Carving pumpkins into jack-o’-lanterns is Halloween tradition.

an

Pumpkins are and orange. At Halloween you can see jack-o’-lanterns with funny or

2 Listen and choose.

faces!

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Pumpkins are native to Central America and Mexico, but today they grow on 3 / 6 continents. The biggest / smallest pumpkin weighs 1,190 kilograms and it is from Belgium. Pumpkin pie is an American / a British dessert.

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This pumpkin is from Worcester, England. It weighs 253 kilograms.


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3 Listen and read.

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The Pumpkin Festival in New Hampshire, USA, is on the last Saturday of October. During the festival, the town residents collect lots of jack-o’-lanterns and they put them in one place. They put candles in the lanterns and at night-time the pumpkins look amazing all together!

4 Listen and match.

70

In October many towns organise a pumpkin competition. It can be: a pumpkin underwater competition a carving contest a pie-eating competition 1

2

3

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1 Listen and read. Write the names of the countries.

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In the USA people send Christmas cards, sing carols and there’s the unusual tradition of the Christmas pickle! An ornamental pickle is placed on the Christmas tree. The first child to find the pickle receives an extra present from Santa Claus.

In China Christmas is called the Holy Birth Festival. The Chinese decorate their homes with bright colours and paper chains. They decorate Christmas trees with beautiful lanterns, flowers and red paper chains.

In India the traditional Christmas tree is a banana or mango tree. Some families put small oil burning lanterns on the roofs of their homes. Giant paper lanterns in the shape of stars are also very popular.

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2

3

4


In South Africa schools are closed for the Christmas holidays. Christmas is in summer and some people go camping. Children leave a stocking out for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve.

Christmas is in summer in Australia. Australians sing Christmas carols and they decorate their homes with palm leaves and Christmas bush, an Australian plant with green leaves and red flowers. In Australia Santa Claus can surf!

Merry Christmas!

In Mexico children perform processions or ‘Las posadas’. Children hold candles and go to friends or neighbours’ houses. At each house they sing a song. If the friends tell them to come in, the children go into the house, they say prayers and then they have a party!

2 Make a special Christmas tree.

Use green cardboard and make unusual decorations.

3 Find an image to show Christmas

5

6

in your country. Write three sentences to describe your Christmas traditions.

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1 Listen and complete. Easter

3

day

pancake

47

72 apron

boys

Pancake Day, or Shrove Tuesday, is the traditional feast before the start of Lent. days before Shrove Tuesday is always Sunday. On this day people make pancakes. A pancake is a thin, flat cake. You eat them with golden syrup, lemon juice, sugar or chocolate.

In the UK, pancake races are an important part of the Shrove Tuesday celebrations. race takes place at Olney in Buckinghamshire. The most famous At the official race, only local housewives can participate, but there are also races for and girls. and a hat All the contestants must wear an or scarf. Each contestant has a frying pan with a hot pancake. Contestants must toss the pancake times during the race. The first person to arrive at the church is the winner.

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aint 1 Listen and complete. costumes

one

day

eorge’s

ay

73 holiday

England

rose

Saint George is the patron saint of England. : a red His emblem is the flag of cross on a white background. This flag is part of the flag of the United Kingdom. Saint George and the Dragon is of England’s most famous historical myths. 23rd April is Saint George’s Day and it is England’s . national On 23rd April people buy and wear a red , the national flower of England.

, Saint George’s Day is not a public but in many English towns and villages people celebrate and remember England’s patron saint. There are parades and people wave flags. Street artists perform the legend of Saint George and the Dragon. They wear medieval .

2 Read and put the ‘Saint George and the dragon’ story in order. Then listen and check.

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 eorge goes to the village. He isn’t G scared. The people in the village give the dragon a young princess. George kills the dragon and saves the princess. A bad dragon goes to a village. The people are scared.

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LEARNING TO LEARN 6 Speaking skills 1 Read and tick.

river

river waterfall

waterfall

lake sea

sea

draw a map

write a list

create a chart

look at pictures

have real things

repeat and memorise things

I repeat it many times

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lake

I write it many times

I think about it

I look at the pictures


stressed

sad

happy

my teacher to listen to me

excited

embarassed

 y school friends to listen m to me

calm

 y school friends and my m teacher to listen to me

I’ve got a question.

stand up in front of my school friends sit down in front of my class look out of the window look at the ceiling look at my school friends look at my teacher look at my notebook

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WORDLIST

1

FRANKENSTEIN

backbone spina dorsale bat pipistrello bend piegare birthplace luogo di nascita bones ossa calcium calcio catching catturare cooking cucinare dancing ballare disgusting disgustoso drinking bere eating mangiare elbow gomito femur femore fibula perone humerus omero jar barattolo knee cap rotula lid coperchio Like father, like son! Tale padre, tale figlio! linked collegato locations ambientazioni making a video fare un video neck collo phoning telefonare playing a board game giocare a un gioco da tavola playing the piano suonare il piano radius radio (osso) ribs costole sculpture scultura singing cantare skeleton scheletro skull cranio taking photos scattare foto talking parlando texting scrivere un messaggio thieves ladri thigh bone femore thousand mila tibia tibia ulna ulna worm verme wrist polso

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2

THE NEVERENDING STORY

Action speaks louder than words. Le azioni valgono più delle parole. adventure books libri d’avventura artist artista author autore back cover retro copertina boroughs distretti branches filiali chapter capitolo chef cuoco collections collezioni colouring books libri da colorare comics fumetti computer scientist informatico cooking books libri di cucina detective books libri gialli doctor dottore evil malvagia explorer esploratore fantasy books libri fantasy football player calciatore front cover copertina grow up diventerai grande history books libri di storia illustrator illustratore items oggetti librarian bibliotecario library biblioteca magazine rivista manuscripts manoscritti police officer agente di polizia prisoner prigioniera publisher editore romance books libri d’amore scary books libri di paura scavenger hunt caccia al tesoro science fiction books libri di fantascienza spine dorso sports books libri di sport survey sondaggio teacher insegnante the smallest il più piccolo title titolo vet veterinario wildlife books libri sulla natura


EFFECTIVE LIFE SKILLS 6 COMMUNICATION communicate comunichi fast velocemente impolite scortese screaming urlare slowly lentamente while mentre whispering bisbigliare yawning sbadigliare

3

SHERLOCK HOLMES

baker’s panetteria between tra bookshop libreria brain cervello case caso character personaggio clever intelligente clothes shop negozio di abbigliamento column colonna crack decifrare double raddoppia enjoy godere go straight on vai diritto halve dimezza library biblioteca looking for sta cercando match partita museum museo near vicino next to accanto occurs è presente opposite di fronte park parco pet shop negozio di animali reconstruction ricostruzione restaurant ristorante row riga Sherlock is on the ball. Sherlock è astuto. solve risolvere squares quadrati station stazione sum somma swimming pool piscina

theatre teatro theft furto thief ladro toy shop negozio di giocattoli turn right gira a destra

4

20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA

asteroid belt fascia degli asteroidi astronaut astronauta basking shark squalo elefante billions miliardi box jellyfish cubomedusa crab granchio damage danneggiare dolphin delfino dust polvere dwarf planets pianeti nani Earth Terra ecosystems ecosistemi environment ambiente galaxy galassia gas giants giganti gassosi great white shark grande squalo bianco Greenland shark squalo della Groenlandia habitats habitat ill ammalati injured feriti jellyfish medusa Jupiter Giove krill piccoli crostacei manta ray manta Mars Marte Mercury Mercurio messenger messaggero Milky Way Via Lattea moray eel murena named after chiamato come Neptune Nettuno octopus polpo Pacific sleeper shark lemargo del Pacifico pinch pizzicare planet pianeta playful giocherellone poisonous velenoso

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WORDLIST pups cuccioli di foche rays razze release rilasciano rescue di soccorso rocks rocce Saturn Saturno scorpions scorpioni seahorse cavalluccio marino seals foche seaweed alga / alghe shark squalo starfish stella marina terrestrial terrestri There is a reaction for every action. C’è una reazione per ogni azione. tiger sharks squali tigre turtle tartaruga marina twin gemello Uranus Urano Venus Venere vultures avvoltoi war guerra whale shark squalo balena whale balena

COPING

LIFE SKILLS 6 WITH STRESS breath respiro breathe respira coping with gestire manage tenere sotto controllo through attraverso

5

MERLIN AND MORGAN AT CAMELOT

a bar of chocolate una barretta di cioccolato a bottle of water una bottiglia d’acqua a bowl of rice una ciotola di riso a can of cola una lattina di cola a carton of orange juice un cartone di succo di frutta a cup of tea una tazza di tè

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a glass of milk un bicchiere di latte a jar of jam un barattolo di marmellata a loaf of bread una fila di pane / pane in cassetta a packet of biscuits un pacco di biscotti a piece of cheese un pezzo di formaggio a slice of cake una fetta di torta Anything else? Qualcos’altro? beat battere campaign campagna carry trasporto ethnic crafts prodotti d’artigianato etnici furniture mobili Grasp all, lose all! Chi troppo vuole, nulla stringe! heal guarisco hounds segugi How much are they? Quant’è?, Quanto costano? How much is it? Quant’è?, Quanto costa? infections infezioni iron ferro muscles muscoli nutritionist nutrizionista oxygen ossigeno pepperoni pizzas pizze alla diavola (con salame piccante) plate piatto portions porzioni potassium potassio pound sterlina shopkeeper negoziante sparkling water acqua gassata stalls bancarelle still water acqua naturale wand bacchetta water bus bus acquatico wounds ferite

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ODYSSEUS’S JOURNEY

archery tiro con l’arco bar barra bike bici car macchina chariot carro China Cina Chinese cinese deserve meritano


earthquakes terremoti escalators scale mobili France Francia freedom libertà French francese gain guadagna German tedesco Germany Germania goddesses dee gods dèi hang glider deltaplano harp arpa headphones cuffie horse cavallo hot-air balloon mongolfiera I’m from… Vengo da… Japan Giappone Japanese giapponese keeper custode lorry camion lyre lira mind the gap fare attenzione allo spazio (tra treno e marciapiede) miss perdi motorbike moto motorboat barca a motore on foot a piedi Patience is a virtue. La pazienza è una virtù. plane aereo platform marciapiede priority seats posti prioritari rocket razzo sailors marinai smelly dall’odore forte sneeze starnutire spear lancia stare fissare sword spada three-pointed a tre punte thunderbolt fulmine train treno

twice due volte Where are you from? Da dove vieni? winged alate wisdom saggezza

COPING

LIFE SKILLS 6 WITH A BULLY bully bullo fears paure hide nascondere loner solitario loser perdente yearning desideroso di upset sconvolto FESTIVITIES AND EXTRAS

carving intagliare ceiling soffitto Christmas bush pianta con fiori rossi contestants partecipanti frying pan padella housewives casalinghe Lent Quaresima palm palma paper chains catene di carta parades sfilate perform recitano pickle cetriolo sottaceto prayers preghiere residents residenti scarf sciarpa stocking calza syrup sciroppo toss lanciare wave sventolano weighs pesa

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LIVING GRAMMAR Dad is coming.

-ING FORM

Affirmative form

Negative form

I’m singing. You’re singing. He’s/She’s/It’s singing. We’re singing. You’re singing. They’re singing.

I’m not singing. You aren’t singing. He/She/It isn’t singing. We aren’t singing. You aren’t singing. They aren’t singing.

1 Rewrite the sentences using the -ing form. 1 I sing a song.

4 You cook a cake.

2 He eats a biscuit.

5 She dances very well.

3 We text our friends.

6 They take photos.

2 Write negative sentences. 1 I’m drinking tea. 2 She’s making a video. 3 They’re talking. Interrogative form

Affirmative short answer

Negative short answer

Am I singing? Are you singing? Is he/she/it singing? Are we singing? Are you singing? Are they singing?

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

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

Are you dancing?

Yes, I am.

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they eating pasta? . she playing the piano? .

he drinking milk?

Yes, 4 No,

. your friends dancing? .


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ORDINAL NUMBERS

1st

Tomorrow is 13th October and it’s my dad’s birthday!

first

sixth

second

seventh

third

eighth

fourth

ninth

fifth

tenth

1

5 Complete. 11th eleventh

seventeenth

twenty-second

twenty-seventh

twelfth

eighteenth

twenty-third

twenty-eighth

thirteenth

nineteenth

twenty-fourth

twenty-ninth

fourteenth

twentieth

twenty-fifth

thirtieth

fifteenth

twenty-first

twenty-sixth

thirty-first

sixteenth

6 Match.

19 / 10 / 2016 09 / 01 / 2006

1 the eighth of April, twenty eighteen 2 the ninth of January, two thousand and six 3 the nineteenth of October, twenty sixteen 4 the thirteenth of February, twenty thirty-two 5 the twelfth of March, twenty twenty-three 6 the thirty-first of August, two thousand

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13 / 02 / 20

08 / 04 / 2018

7 Write the dates. 1 the twelfth of October, fourteen ninety-two 2 the sixth of July, two thousand 3 the first of April, eighteen twenty-four 4 the eleventh of June, nineteen ninety-nine 5 the third of May, fifteen seventy-two 6 the second of January, twenty seventeen

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FRANKENSTEIN 1 Write.

1 He’s drinking.

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

2 Look at activity 1 and answer. 1 Is he drinking?

Yes, he is.

7 Is she dancing?

2 Is she playing the piano?

8 Is it eating?

3 Is he phoning?

9 Are they dancing?

4 Are they texting?

10 Are they singing?

5 Is he making a video?

11 Is he taking photos?

6 Are they talking?

12 Is she cooking?

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ACTIVITY TIME 3 Look at a calendar and complete. 1 Halloween is on

31st October

U n it

1

.

2 Christmas is on

.

3 The first day of winter is on

.

4 Carnival is on

.

5 Easter is on

.

6 Mother’s Day is on

.

7 School finishes on

.

8 My best friend’s birthday is on

.

4 Write.

14/02

03/08

09/06

01/11

11/03

09/06

22/10

12/12

1 On the fourteenth of February the monster is playing the piano. 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

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FRANKENSTEIN 5 Complete.

1 On the ground floor there is an old man

.

He’s 6th floor

2 On the first floor

.

3 On the

5th floor

. 4th floor

4

3rd floor

5

2nd floor

6 1st floor

7

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ground floor


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

1

Ho imparato…

così così

alcuni nuovi verbi di azione

bene

benissimo

a costruire e a usare la -ing form

a formare e usare i numeri ordinali

Ricordo meglio un vocabolo, quando... lo ascolto

lo pronuncio

lo vedo scritto

lo vedo illustrato

lo uso in più frasi

lo scrivo

Capisco meglio quando… ascolto un testo

leggo un testo

Mi sento più a mio agio quando… scrivo in inglese

parlo in inglese

leggo in inglese

La mia pronuncia in inglese è… ottima

buona

sufficiente

scarsa

Per migliorare la mia pronuncia dovrei...

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LIVING GRAMMAR -

LIKE - -ING

I like reading fantasy books.

Affirmative form

Negative form

I like reading. You like reading. He/She/It likes reading. We like reading. You like reading. They like reading.

I don’t like reading. You don’t like reading. He/She/It doesn’t like reading. We don’t like reading. You don’t like reading. They don’t like reading.

1 Jill always says the opposite of Jack. Write her sentences. 1 Jack: I like reading fantasy books.

4 Jack: My brother likes reading sports books.

Jill: 2 Jack: Mary doesn’t like reading scary books.

Jill: 5 Jack: They don’t like reading detective books.

Jill: 3 Jack: My parents like reading cooking books.

Jill: 6 Jack: We like reading history books.

Jill:

Jill:

Interrogative form Do I like reading? Do you like reading? Does he/she/it like reading? Do we like reading? Do you like reading? Do they like reading?

Affirmative short answer Yes, I do. Yes, you do. Yes, he/she/it does. Yes, we do. Yes, you do. Yes, they do.

Negative short answer No, I don’t. No, you don’t. No, he/she/it doesn’t. No, we don’t. No, you don’t. No, they don’t.

2 Complete. 1

you

Yes, 2

. she

No, 3

No,

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romance books? .

they

Yes, 4

Do you like colouring books?

sports books?

adventure books? .

he

wildlife books? .

No, I don’t.


ACTIVITY TIME 1 Solve the crossword.

U n it

2

4

3 1 2

1 2 5 3 5

6

4 6

7 8 9 10 11

12

10 12

9

7 8

11

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THE NEVERENDING STORY 2 Make connections and write the names of the jobs.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

3 Answer. 1 What’s the name of your doctor? 2 Who’s your favourite football player? 3 Are you a good chef? 4 What’s the name of your history teacher? 5 Can you say the name of an artist? 6 Can you say the name of a famous explorer?

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ACTIVITY TIME 4 Answer.

U n it

2

1 What’s his job? He’s an explorer. What does he like reading? 1 2 What’s her job? What does she like reading?

2

3 What’s his job? What does he like reading?

3

4 What’s her job? What does she like reading?

4

5 What’s his job? What does he like reading?

5

6 What’s her job? What does she like reading?

6

7 What’s his job? What does he like reading?

7

8 What’s their job? What do they like reading?

8

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THE NEVERENDING STORY 5 Read and choose. 1 I like / likes reading comics. 2 Tom want / wants to be a police officer. 3 Mary and Zoe likes / like cooking books. 4 Does she wants / want to be a teacher? 5 You don’t / doesn’t like history books. 6 What do they want / wants to be? 7 My brother don’t / doesn’t like sports books. 8 She don’t / doesn’t want to be an artist.

6 Put the words in order. 1 when • want • grow • What • be • you • you • do • to • up? 2 to • doctor • be • Alex • wants • a 3 books • like • I • scary• reading 4 romance • doesn’t • books • reading • Rachel • like 5 do • reading? • you • like • What 6 computer • a • scientist • Michael • is 7 be • an • explorer • I • to • want

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Surf the Internet and find a title of a book for each genre.


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

2

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

i nomi dei generi letterari

benissimo

i nomi dei mestieri

a conversare con i compagni su quello che vogliamo fare da grandi

Leggere un libro in inglese è... divertente

impegnativo

difficile

una missione impossibile

Da quando ho iniziato la scuola primaria ho letto... più di 3 libri in inglese

più di 1 libro in inglese

nessun libro in inglese

La cosa che mi appassiona di più è Molto di quello che mi interessa per la mia passione lo trovo su internet... in italiano

in inglese

Da grande voglio fare

.

un po’ in italiano e un po’ in inglese

.

I tre motivi per cui mi servirà l’inglese sono: 1 2 3

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LIVING GRAMMAR PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

Where’s the library?

It’s opposite the park.

1 Complete.

opposite

next to

near

between

1 Where’s the supermarket? It’s 2

. baker’s?

It’s 3

. theatre?

It’s 4

. pet shop?

It’s Inspector Lestrade, go to the library.

IMPERATIVE Affirmative form Cross the road.

Negative form Don’t cross the road.

2 Rewrite the sentences with the imperative form. 1 You can turn left. Turn left. 2 You can’t turn right. 3 You can go straight on.

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4 You can’t cross the road. 5 You can open the window. 6 You can drink milk.

.


ACTIVITY TIME 1 Make connections and write the names of the places.

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

U n it

3

2 Complete. 1 I usually go to the

.

2 I never go to the

.

3 I sometimes go to the

.

4 I often go to the

.

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SHERLOCK HOLMES 3 Read and draw the road signs.

cross the road

go straight on

turn left

turn right

4 Look at the map and complete. 1 The theatre is 2 The clothes shop is 3 Scotland Yard is 4 The park is 5 The restaurant is 6 The pet shop is 7 The station is 8 The pet shop is

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the library. the toy shop. the station and the baker’s. the toy shop. the theatre. the bookshop and the restaurant. Scotland Yard. the bookshop.


ACTIVITY TIME 5 Look at the map again and answer.

U n it

3

1 Where is the toy shop? 2 Is the restaurant opposite the theatre? 3 Is the baker’s next to the museum? 4 Where is the swimming pool? 5 Is the baker’s between the museum and Scotland Yard? 6 Is the park near the swimming pool? 7 Is the bookshop next to the pet shop?

6 You are at the station. A girl asks you where the library is. Look at the map again and complete.

Girl

Hello, where’s the library, please?

You Go out of the station, then Girl

Thank you. Bye!

You You’re welcome! Goodbye!

7 You are at the swimming pool. A boy asks you where the park is. Look at the map again and complete.

Boy Hello, You Go out of the Boy You

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SHERLOCK HOLMES 8 Complete. swimming pool baker’s

museum

library

theatre

toy shop

restaurant

bookshop station

park clothes shop

pet shop

1 When you need bread and cakes, you go to the

.

2 When you want to have lunch or dinner with your family, or with your friends, you go to the

.

3 When you want to buy toys, you go to the 4 When you want to buy a book, you go to the

. .

5 When you need food for animals, you go to the

.

6 When you want to buy jeans, T-shirts, jumpers and skirts you go to the

.

7 When you want to read a book, you go to the

.

8 When you want to swim in town, you go to the

.

9 When you want to play in the open air, you go to the 10 When you want to see actors, you go to the 11 When you want to go on holiday, you go to the

. . .

12 When you want to see famous pictures or statues, you go to the

9 Think about a shopping centre in or near your town. What kind of shops can you find there?

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Surf the Internet and find a picture of an English museum, library and theatre.

.


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

3

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

benissimo

i nomi degli edifici della città

a dire dove si trova un edificio

a dare e seguire le indicazioni stradali

Conoscevo già altre preposizioni e sono:

Saper dare indicazioni stradali in inglese mi può servire quando...

Se uno straniero mi chiede un’informazione stradale, la cosa più difficile è... capire la domanda

dare la risposta

La pronuncia è importante per... scrivere

leggere

capire

parlare

Penso che tra la pronuncia di CH e TR… ci sia una grande differenza ci sia differenza ma a volte non si senta non ci sia differenza

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LIVING GRAMMAR COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES A shark is smaller than a whale!

Right, but it’s more dangerous. Comparatives Short adjectives

Long adjectives

smaller than

more dangerous than

1 Complete. 1 A whale is (big)

than a moray eel.

2 A shark is (dangerous)

than a dolphin.

3 Jellyfish are (soft)

than starfish.

4 A crab is (slow)

than a manta ray.

5 Sharks are (ferocious)

than moray eels.

6 A dolphin is (intelligent)

than a crab. They’re the most dangerous fish in the sea!

Superlatives Short adjectives the biggest fish in the sea

Long adjectives the most dangerous fish in the sea

2 Complete. 1 What is (big) 2 What is (dangerous) 3 What is (fast) 4 What is (ferocious)

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animal in the sea? fish in the sea? fish in the world? fish in the world?


ACTIVITY TIME 1 Solve the crossword.

U n it

4

5 3

1

4

1 2 2 6

4

3 5

6 7 8 9

10

10 7

9 8

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20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA 2 Complete. big

the biggest

tall

taller

important

the most important shorter more interesting

the most dangerous

newer old

the plumpest

smaller

3 Complete.

The humpback whale is big.

The One World Trade Center is tall.

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The shark whale is

The Shanghai Tower is

The blue whale is

The Burj Khalifa is


ACTIVITY TIME 4 Complete.

YOUNG 7 years old

OLD

1 The

U n it

4

and the are younger than the starfish.

2 The 3 years old

is younger than the turtle.

3 The youngest is the 4 The

. and the are older than the seahorse.

5 The

10 years old

is older than the turtle.

6 The oldest is the BIG

.

SMALL

1 The

and the are bigger than the crab.

2 The

is bigger than the dolphin.

3 The biggest is the 4 The

. and the are smaller than the whale.

5 The

is smaller than the dolphin.

6 The smallest is the

.

1st

INTELLIGENT 1 The

and the

2nd

are more intelligent than the whale. 2 The 3rd

is more intelligent

than the dolphin. 3 The

is the most intelligent.

4 The dolphin is more intelligent than the .

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20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA 5 Make comparisons. Use these adjectives: young

old

tall

short

plump

thin

Colin Mark

Sam

1 2 3 4

6 Think about you and your best friend and make comparisons. I am

but he/she is

.

I am

but he/she is

.

I am

but he/she is

.

I am the

.

He/She is the

.

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Do a survey. Find out who is the youngest and who is the oldest in your class.


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

4

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

benissimo

a usare i comparativi e a fare paragoni tra elementi

a usare i superlativi e a fare paragoni tra elementi in un gruppo

a usare gli aggettivi dimostrativi

Negli anni scorsi ho imparato molti nomi di animali e ne ricordo almeno dodici:

Quando leggo un testo e non conosco una parola... la cerco nel dizionario

cerco di dedurla dal contesto

mi blocco

Quando scrivo un testo, mi piace... essere libero/a

partire da una scaletta

partire da una mappa

Quando spiego o racconto qualcosa in inglese davanti alla classe, preferisco... avere una scaletta

avere oggetti da mostrare

avere davanti una mappa

E poi preferisco che... mi guardino e mi ascoltino non mi guardino perché mi vergogno

mi correggano non mi correggano

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LIVING GRAMMAR Where are you going?

WH- QUESTIONS

What…? Where…? Who…? When…? Why…? How…?

1 Match. 1 What is it?

a At lunchtime.

2 Where is Morgan?

b I’m fine, thank you.

3 How old is King Arthur?

c He’s a wizard.

4 How are you?

d It’s a magic wand.

5 Who is Merlin?

e He’s twenty.

6 When do you cook pasta?

f She’s in her room.

How much is it? How much…? How many…? How old...? What time...? What’s... like?

2 Complete the questions. 1

are you?

I’m 11. Today is my birthday. 2

books have you got?

4 It’s 5 pounds. 5 

I’ve got eighteen books. 3 

the weather ?

It’s warm and sunny.

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is this T-shirt? your brother ?

He’s tall and slim. 6 At half past seven.

do you usually get up?


ACTIVITY TIME 1 Complete. glass

bottle

cup

packet

jar

piece

bar

loaf

can

carton

slice

bowl

1 a of cheese

5 a of tea

9 a of cake

2 a of orange juice

6 a of biscuits

10 a of bread

3 a of water

7 a of jam

11 a of chocolate

U n it

5

4 a of milk

8 a of rice

12 a of lemonade

2 Think and write. 1 a

of coffee

4 a

of pizza

2 a

of cola

5 a

of soup

3 a

of honey

6 a

of meat

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MERLIN AND MORGAN AT CAMELOT 3 Choose the right answer.

£3.30

£2.50

£2.00

£1.20

£1.35

£1.15

50p

90p

£1.50

£1.05

22p

£1.90

1 How much is a bowl of rice?

It’s three pounds thirty.

2 How much are two jars of jam and a slice of cake?

They’re seven pounds fifty.

3 How much are two cups of tea and a packet of biscuits?

They’re three pounds sixty-five.

4 How much is a loaf of bread?

It’s one pound fifteen.

5 How much are two glasses of milk and a bar of chocolate?

They’re two pounds ninety.

6 How much is a piece of cheese?

It’s one pound ninety.

It’s one pound nineteen.

7 How much are two cartons of orange juice?

They’re two pounds.

They’re three pounds.

8 How much are two cans of lemonade and a bottle of water?

They’re two pounds thirty-two.

They’re two pounds twenty-three.

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They’re three pounds thirty. They’re seven pounds. They’re three pounds seventy-five.

It’s one pound fifty. They’re one pound ninety.


ACTIVITY TIME

U n it

4 Complete the dialogues.

Boy

Good morning!

Woman

Good morning, can I

5

?

Boy

cola, please.

Woman

Anything else?

Boy

No, thanks. How

?

Woman

Girl

Good morning!

Man

Good morning, can I

? of cake,

Girl Two .

?

Man Anything Girl Yes. A bar of

How

, please. ?

Man

Boy

!

Baker

, can I

Boy Three loaves of

and of jam,

Baker Boy

? . ?

No,

. How

?

Baker

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MERLIN AND MORGAN AT CAMELOT 5 You are at a food bar with some friends.

You have got 9 pounds. What can you buy?

MENU Sandwiches

Salads

Cheese and tomato

£1.20

Lettuce, tomatoes, cheese and ham

£3.10

Chicken and lettuce

£1.40

Lettuce, tomatoes, egg and tuna

£2.90

Egg and tuna

£1.35

Lettuce, cheese and pear

£2.70

Yogurt: + 10p

Mayonnaise: + 10p

Hot food

Desserts

Fish and chips

£2.25

Cupcake £1.00

Bacon and eggs

£1.90

Slice of cake

Sausages and potatoes

£2.10

Fresh fruit

Drinks

Cola £0.80 Water £0.50

r u o y y o j En a l! e m

With 9 pounds I can buy: I pay: At the end I have:

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Bread: + 35p

Surf the Internet and find an English supermarket brochure. Print it, cut it out and create a menu.

£1.15 £0.95


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

5

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

a dire le quantità degli alimenti

benissimo

a chiedere il prezzo e a dire quanto costa qualcosa

a sostenere una conversazione per comprare qualcosa

L’attività più interessante della unit è stata:

L’attività più facile è stata:

L’attività più divertente è stata:

L’attività più difficile è stata: perché

Il compagno / La compagna con cui preferisco lavorare in coppia quest’anno è

perché

Il mio gruppo ideale per lavorare in inglese quest’anno è composto da:

Il sound game... è un’attività utile

è divertente

è noioso

non mi piace

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LIVING GRAMMAR I’m going to Ithaca on foot.

ON, BY

I’m going to Ithaca by hang glider.

1 Complete. 1 Tiresias is going 2 Zeus is going

plane.

4 Poseidon is going

motorboat. hang glider.

car.

10 Telemachus is going

train. bike.

12 Polyphemus is going I’m from Greece. I’m Greek.

NATIONALITY ADJECTIVES

foot.

9 The Sirens are going 11 Scylla is going

lorry.

6 Odysseus is going

hot-air balloon.

8 Penelope is going

rocket.

3 Charybdis is going 5 Circe is going

7 Calypso is going

horse.

motorbike.

I’m from the UK. I’m English!

2 Complete. 1 - I speak German. - Are you from

2 - I speak French. - Are you from

?

- Yes, I am.

- Yes, I am.

3 - What nationality are you? - I’m I’m from the USA.

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?

4 - What nationality are you? .

- I’m I’m from France.

.


ACTIVITY TIME 1 Solve the crossword.

U n it

6

1 2 2

1

3 4

3

5

6

4

7 8

9

5 6 10 11 12

7 8

9 10

11 12

2 Answer. 1 A scary form of transport is

.

2 A wonderful form of transport is

.

3 An old form of transport is

.

4 An older form of transport is

.

5 The oldest form of transport is

.

6 The newest form of transport is

.

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ODYSSEUS’S JOURNEY 3 Complete. 1 I’m going to the

.

2 You’re going to the

.

3 He’s going to the

.

4 She’s going to the

.

5 We’re going to the

.

6 They’re going to the

.

7 He’s going to the

.

8 He’s going to the

.

9 They’re are going to the

.

10 They’re are going to the

.

11 She’s going to the

.

12 He’s going to the

.

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ACTIVITY TIME 4 Complete with the name of the country and the nationality. 1 My name’s Jack. I live in New York. I’m from

the USA

6

U n it

. I’m

.

2 My name’s Elektra. I live in Athens. I’m from

. I’m

.

3 My name’s Giovanni. I live in Rome. I’m from

. I’m

.

4 My name’s Nyoko. I live in Tokyo. I’m from

. I’m

.

5 My name’s Ulrich. I live in Berlin. I’m from

. I’m

.

6 My name’s Elizabeth. I live in London. I’m from

. I’m

.

7 My name’s Ling. I live in Beijing. I’m from

. I’m

.

8 My name’s François. I live in Paris. I’m from

. I’m

.

5 Choose five European countries.

Look in a dictionary and find the name of the country and the nationality. 1

2 3 4 5

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Surf the Internet and find a country for each letter of the alphabet.

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ODYSSEUS’S JOURNEY 6 Complete the dialogue. • Oh, do you speak French? • No, they aren’t. I study English at school and I love it! • Really? Why do you speak Japanese? • I speak Italian and English. • So, she’s Japanese.

Hello! Where do you come from?

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• Are your mother and father from England? • Yes, I do. I speak French and Japanese. • I come from Paris. • Because my mother is from Tokyo. • Yes, she is. And you? What languages do you speak?


MY LEARNING DIARY

U n it

6

Ho imparato…

così così

bene

i nomi dei mezzi di trasporto

i nomi di alcune nazioni e nazionalità

benissimo

a dire e chiedere la provenienza

Alla fine di quest’anno di inglese, posso dire che...

sono soddisfatto/a di me

potrei fare meglio

faccio sempre molta fatica

L’anno prossimo sarò in una nuova scuola e avrò un nuovo insegnante di inglese. Mi sento...

happy

sad

nervous

angry

Per essere pronto/a all’inizio della scuola, dovrei... Il mio proposito per l’anno prossimo è... perché La unit che mi è piaciuta di più in tutto il libro è... perché

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Goodbye friends and good luck!

Mr Green ti augura buona fortuna! Questa pagina è tutta tua e sarà uno dei tanti bei ricordi di questi cinque fantastici anni.

INCOLLA QUI UNA FOTO DI ADESSO.

INCOLLA QUI UNA FOTO DI QUANDO ERI IN PRIMA.

Racconta in inglese come sei ora rispetto a cinque anni fa. Now I’m

years old.

My hair is

.

I can

.

I like

.

My favourite colour is

.

My favourite subject is

.

My favourite sport is

.

My favourite food is

.

My best friend is

.

Have a nice summer! Goodbye!

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