Trick or Treat?
Where’s Hill Street?
A surprise party!
Let’s go shopping!
I don’t like Science!
... a Green Christmas!
72 74 75
Listen and repeat.
6 Germany-German 7 The USA-American 8 Britain-British
2 Chit-Chat Tom, look at number 3. Where’s she from?
I know, Lin. She’s from Spain. She’s Spanish.
3 Listen to the story and write yes or no. 2 Manuela is Spanish. 1 The poncho is from Mexico. 4
Now, listen again and read. Hello, everyone! Come in.
I’ve got something for you.
Thank you, Oscar. What is it? It’s from Mexico. It’s a Mexican poncho!
I’ve got a Mexican e-mail friend, too! Her name’s Manuela.
Is she nice? 1 Read the story and answer. 1 Has Wendy got a photo of Manuela? 2 How old is Manuela?
3 Has she got dark hair and blue eyes? 4 Is she nice?
2 Now, listen and read. What’s Manuela like?
Manuela’s thirteen. She’s tall. She’s got dark hair and brown eyes.
She’s nice. Look, I’ve got a photo of her on the computer. It’s me! Hello, everyone!
It’s a Mexican hat! Is it Manuela’s?
I don’t know.
Wow! Hello, Extra!
3 Read and write. Then, listen and repeat. green
1 Tina is from Greece.
2 Greta is from Britain. What’s Tina like?
Billy is from the USA.
4 Monica is from Germany.
She’s got dark hair and blue eyes. She’s Greek.
5 Jean Paul is from France. five
You’ve got an e-mail! 1
Listen, read and circle. Nicholas@abcKids.com Nice to meet you!
Hi! My name is Danielle. I’m French / France and I’m from Paris. I’m thirteen / twelve years old. I’m tall / short and I’ve got fair / dark hair and blue / green eyes. My favourite colour is red / blue. What about you? Your e-mail friend, Danielle
2 Ask and answer with your friend. 1 What’s your name? 2 Where are you from? 3 How old are you? 4 What colour is your hair?
5 What colour are your eyes? 6 Have you got an e-mail friend? 7 What’s your favourite colour? 8 Are you tall?
3 Read and tick (✓) the correct sentence. 1 He’s got eleven years old.
3 It’s a souvenir French
He’s eleven years old. 2 She’s Italy. She’s Italian.
It’s a French souvenir. 4 It’s John’s hat. It’s hat of John.
4 Write an e-mail message to a new friend.
5 Listen. Play the game.
Is it a boy or a girl?
Has he got dark hair?
Yes, he has.
Is he tall?
No, he isn’t.
Is it ... Bob?
Yes, it is!
• talk about countries and nationalities. • describe myself. • describe people. seven
1 6 Let’s sing!
My name is Margarita And I’m from sunny Spain! How are you, how are you, And how are you again? My name is Richard Greenham And I’m from the UK! How are you, how are you, And how are you today? My name is Buddy Smithson, I’m from the USA! How are you, how are you, And how are you today?
7 Look, read and write True or False. 1 Margarita’s Spanish. 2 Richard’s American.
3 Buddy’s got dark hair. 4 Margarita’s got dark hair.
They’re from Britain! Read and answer. This is Mary Taylor. She’s from Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. She’s nine years old. Her favourite place is the Giant’s Causeway. It’s by the sea. This is Josh Mann. He’s from London, the capital of England. He’s twelve years old and his favourite place in London is Regent’s Park . It’s in the centre of the city.
Donald MacKay is from Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. He’s ten years old. His favourite place is Edinburgh Castle. It’s high above the city. This is Nerys Jones. She’s from the capital of Wales, Cardiff. She’s eleven years old. Her favourite place is Snowdonia in North Wales. It’s very beautiful and has got lots of mountains and rivers.
1 Who comes from Scotland? 2 What’s the capital of Wales? 3 Where’s Mary’s favourite place? 4 Where’s Josh from? 5 What’s Donald’s favourite place? nine
1 Vocabulary 1 Look at the flags and the letters. Write the words. i x e o c M
e c e r e G Greece
4 U Sh T eA
G e a yr n m
5 l a y t I
a r i t n B
Language in Use
4 Is he Italian?
5 Are they German?
6 Is he Mexican?
7 Is he Greek?
2 Look and answer. Greek
1 Is he French? No, he isn’t. He’s Greek.
2 Are they Spanish? No, they aren’t. They’re German.
3 Is she British?
3 Read and circle. 1 Bill and Bob has/ have got dark hair and blue eyes. 2 She have/has got a doll’s house. 3 I have/has got dark hair. 4 Tina has/have got fair hair and brown eyes. 5 Tom has/have got a sister. 6 Extra have/has got an e-mail friend.
Communication 4 Look, read and fill in. twelve Where
from London are you from
old are you
are you from? I’m
, England! How ?
Reading and Writing 5 Read, choose and fill in.
Hi! My name’s Pierre. I’m French and I’m I’m years old. I’ve got eyes. My favourite colour is What about you? Your e-mail friend, Pierre
Paris. hair and
dark thirteen brown eleven
Listen and repeat.
watch a film
listen to music
play a game
visit a friend
wear a costume
play a trick
make a lantern
2 Chit Chat
What are you doing?
Weâ€™re watching a film.
3 Listen to the story and write. 1 The girls are 2 Lin can 4
a film. a noise.
Now, listen again and read.
Hi Wendy, hi Cindy. What are you doing?
What’s that? I can hear a noise. We’re watching a film.
Is it a ghost?
I can’t see. It’s too dark outside.
Wooooh! Trick or treat? It’s Halloween!
Hello, girls! Ha, ha!
Oh, no! It’s coming to the door!
The trick 1 Read the story and answer. 1 What are Tom and Oscar playing? 2 Who is wearing a ghost’s costume? 2 Now, listen and read. Hello, Extra. Can you help us?
Yes, of course.
OK. Wear this costume.
Wooooh! Tom and Oscar! I can see you!
Aaargh! This is scary! Help!
Let’s go to that house.
Ok! Let’s go!
Surprise! It’s me! Oh, Extra!
3 Read and number. Then, listen and repeat. 3
1 ghost 5 costume
2 dark 6 I can hear
3 noise ✔ 7 scary
4 I can see 8 door
4 Chit-Chat Can you see anything?
No, I can’t. It’s too dark.
see anything dark
carry the bag heavy
wear the costume small
sleep noisy fifteen
Can I come in? 1
Listen, read and write. This is Jake’s room!!!
Please read this: listen In my room you can 1 to music but you can’t take my CDs away! You can 2 TV, but you can’t eat or 3 in here! You can 4 me any time, but not late at night! JAKE! WELCOME
2 Listen and repeat.
Then, talk with your friend.
a b a b
Can I open the window? Yes, of course. Can I watch TV? Sorry, no.
open the window watch TV go to the cinema play in the park come in your room play with your computer fly your kite swim in the lake
3 Ask and answer with your friend.
✓ ✘ ✓ ✘ ✓ ✘ ✓ ✘
1 Can I watch TV in your room? 2 Can I listen to music in your room? 3 Can I do my homework in your room? 4 Can I eat in your room? 5 Can I play games in your room?
4 Write rules for your room.
5 Listen. Play the game. fly play swim walk jump sing talk run Dolphins can sing.
Parrots can talk.
Wrong. Dolphins can’t sing.
Right. Parrots can talk.
• say what people are / aren’t doing. • say what I can / can’t do. • ask for permission. • give or refuse permission. • write rules for my room. seventeen
2 6 Let’s sing! Can I have some water, please? Yes, of course. Yes, of course. Can I play in the park? Sorry, no. It’s far too dark.
Can I play? Can I play? Sorry, no, not today.
Can I watch TV? Yes, of course. Yes, of course. Can I play my new CD? Sorry no. It’s far too noisy.
Can I stay outside and play? Sorry, no, not today.
7 Choose and match. Write a song. Can I play a game in my room? Can I listen to my new CD? Can I go outside again?
• Sorry, no! But you can watch TV! • Sorry, no! It’s nearly ten! • Sorry, no! It’s bedtime soon!
Halloween fun! Read and choose. Halloween is a time for children to have fun in the UK and the USA. On 31st October, children wear scary costumes. They go from house to house and say â€˜Trick or Treat?â€™ People give them a treat of sweets or chocolate. If you ask for a trick, they play a trick on you. People make pumpkin lanterns. They cut a face in the pumpkin. At night, they put a candle inside. They put the lantern in the window or outside in the garden. Some people have Halloween parties with lots of fun and games.
1 Halloween is on 31st October
2 Children put on a swimming
3 They play Trick or Treat?
4 They use a potato
to make a special lantern. pumpkin
5 There are also Halloween parties
2 Vocabulary 1 Write the words.
(watch) a film.
(listen) to music.
(visit) a friend.
(eat) a banana.
(wear) red trousers.
Language in Use 2 Look and write.
Communication 3 Look and write. Use: listen, watch, have, ride,wear, play. 1 Can I listen to my CD,
2 Can I watch TV? Yes, of course!
please? Sorry, no!
on your computer, please?
your bike, please?
6 this T-shirt, please?
some chocolate?, please? !
Reading and Writing 4 Look at the pictures and write. You can see me in a 1 or outside in the 3
in a 2 . You can 4
me and you can see me at Halloween ! People make a face in me. They put 5
in me and make a lantern.
What am I? A twenty-one
Listen and repeat.
on the left
on the right
et e r t S
Music Shop Post Office
Bank New Road Bank Street
Where’s the music shop?
It’s in Liverpool Road, on the right.
3 Listen to the story and put a tick (✓) or a cross (✘). 1 Cindy’s new house is in Tree Street. 2 Cindy’s new house is number six. 4
Now, listen again and read.
At Lin’s house Let’s go to Cindy’s new house. It’s number six Hill Street.
Good idea! Later
Look, that’s number six.
Mum, where’s Hill Street?
Go along North Street. Turn right into Park Road and Hill Street is on the left.
Oh, hello. Is this number six?
No, it isn’t. It’s number nine.
Yes, it’s next to the restaurant.
Where’s number six? 1 Read the story and write yes or no. 1 Number six is next to number five. 2 There’s a white house between the pink house and the blue house. 3 Cindy’s house is behind the children. 2 Now, listen and read. Is Cindy’s house next to number five?
Is it between the pink house and the green house?
No, that’s number eight.
No, that’s number three. Excuse me, can you tell me where number six is, please?
... it’s behind you! Yes, of course ...
Let’s ask someone.
3 Read and write. Then listen and repeat. turn left
4 Chit-Chat Whereâ€™s the pet shop?
Itâ€™s next to the post office.
pet shop next to
4 flower shop between twenty-five
Come to my house! 1
Listen, read and find Kelly’s house.
Dear Martha, I’m in my new house now! It’s in Bridge Street. Please come to my party! Go along King Street. Turn left into Bridge Street. My house is number twelve, on the right,
IDG ES TR EET
next to the supermarket. Love, Kelly
2 Read again and answer. 1 Who has got a new house? 2 What number is her house? 3 What’s next to her house? 3 Ask and answer with your friend. 1 What’s the name of your street? 2 What number is your house? 3 How many rooms are there in your house?
T EE R ST
4 Invite your friend to your house. Write a note and draw a map.
5 Listen. Play the game.
H IL L S T R E ET
OAD R NEW
Where am I?
Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Yes, I am.
Are you in Hill Street?
Are you opposite the bank? Are you next to the bank? Are you at the music shop?
• ask for directions. • give directions. • say where places are. • write an invitation to my house. twenty-seven
3 6 Let’s sing!
Walking in the town, Walking round and round, Walking in the town, Walking up and down. Where’s the flower shop? Next to the supermarket. Where’s the pet shop? Next to the bank. Walking in the town, Walking round and round, Walking in the town, Walking up and down. Where’s the music shop? Next to the restaurant. Where’s the post office? Next to the bank.
7 Look, read and write True or False. 1 The flower shop is opposite the supermarket. 2 The pet shop is next to the bank. 3 The music shop is behind the restaurant. 4 The post office is opposite the bank.
The White House How much do you know about the White House? Read and tick.
The White House is at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, in Washington DC. It is the home I’m the of the President of the USA. There are over President’s dog. one hundred and thirty rooms in the White House. There are rooms for the President’s family, offices, a kitchen, a library, a doctor’s office, a bowling alley, a swimming pool and a cinema. Outside, there are beautiful gardens.The White House is a very popular place to visit and every year over a million people go there. They like to see where the President lives and works! True False
1 The White House is in New York. 2 The President of the USA lives there. 3 There are over one hundred and sixty rooms in the White House. 4 There’s a cinema at the White House. 5 Over one million people visit the White House every year.
1 2 3 4 5 twenty-nine
3 Vocabulary 1 Look and write.
on the left
2 Look, read and answer. 1 Where’s the station? It’s opposite the hotel. 2 Where’s the bank? the music shop and the station. 3 Where’s the music shop? the supermarket.
4 Where’s the restaurant? the supermarket and the hotel. 5 Where’s the hotel? the restaurant.
Communication 3 Look and write: next to, behind, between. 1
Where’s Lisa? next to She’s
2 Where’s Mike? He’s
3 4 5
Where’s Greg? He’s
Alice and Sam.
Where’s David? He’s Where’s Steve? He’s
Martha and Ann.
4 Look, read and find Sue’s house.
Dear Paul, Please come to my new house. It’s in Hill Street. Go along New Road. H ILL S T REE T
Turn right into Hill Street. My house is number twenty-one, on the left, next to the cinema.
OAD R NEW
Love Sue xxx
Sue’s house is thirty-one
Listen and repeat. uncle Simon
Katrina Daniel cousin cousin
2 Chit-Chat Who’s this?
It’s my aunt, Caroline.
1 grandmother Alice 2 brother James Who’s that?
It’s my cousin, Daniel.
3 cousin Katrina 4
3 Listen to the story and match. 1 Grandmother 2 Cousin Daniel 4
a is putting the candles on the cake. b is out with Grandfather.
Now, listen again and read.
Hi, everyone! Come to my grandmother’s house. We’re having a surprise party for her. She’s seventy today.
At Oscar’s grandmother’s house Where is your grandmother?
Great! She’s at the supermarket with my grandfather.
This is my aunt Caroline.
That’s my cousin Daniel. He’s putting the candles on the cake. Wow! What a fantastic cake!
What date is it? 1 Read the story and complete. 1 It’s Grandmother’s 2 Grandmother’s birthday is on the
birthday. of May.
2 Now, listen and read. Oh, no! Here they are. Hide, everyone!
Look out, Oscar! The cake!
And switch off the lights!
Oscar! Everyone! What are you all doing here?
But my birthday is tomorrow on the sixth of May. What?
Happy seventieth birthday, Grandmother!
Let’s have a party today!
3 Listen and repeat. 1
4 Chit-Chat Whatâ€™s the date today? Itâ€™s the fifteenth of November.
You are invited to a party! 1
Listen, read and circle. PARTY IN VITATION!
Dear Jodie It’s my 1 twelfth / thirteenth birthday on the 2 fifteenth / thirteenth of July. Please come to my party at 3 three / two o’clock. My address is 4 18 / 80 North Road. I hope you can come. Love, Martin xxx
2 Read again and answer. 1 Who is the invitation for? 2 Whose party is it? 3 What time is the party? 3 Ask and answer with your friends. 1 How old are you? 2 When’s your birthday? 3 When’s your friend’s birthday?
4 Write an invitation to a surprise birthday party.
5 Listen. Play the game.
27 22nd July
32 28th February
64 30th March
48 12th November
19 10th August
12 1st September
53 15th January
85 29th October
How old is Hilda?
She’s forty-eight years old.
When’s her birthday?
On the twelfth of November.
• count up to a hundred. • say how old I am. • ask and say how old other people are. • say the dates. • write an invitation to a birthday party. thirty-seven
4 6 Let’s sing! This is your special day, So we all want to say, Have a lovely day!
Happy Birthday, Grandma! Blow the candles out! Happy Birthday, Grandma! Let’s all sing and shout!
7 Write a song for a member of your family. This is your special day, So we all want to say, Have a lovely day! Happy Birthday …
Party time! Read and tick. In Britain, children invite their friends to a birthday party when itâ€™s their birthday. Before the party, the birthday child decorates the house with balloons and banners. At the party all the children play party games and eat party food. They also like listening to music and dancing. Friends bring birthday presents and birthday cards to the party. There is a Birthday cake with candles. All the children sing Happy Birthday! The birthday child tries to blow out all the candles in one go and makes a wish. When itâ€™s time to go home, the birthday child gives the guests a party bag with a slice of birthday cake and a small toy.
1 They play party games at the party. 2 The child makes a wish. Then they sing Happy Birthday! 3 There is a slice of cake and a toy in the party bag.
1 2 3
4 Vocabulary 1 Look and write.
1 This is my
3 This is my
2 This is my
4 This is my
2 Write the numbers.
28 75 93
50 88 100
3 Read and match. 1 What are they? 2 Where’s he from? 3 Whose party is it? 4 How old is your cousin? 5 When’s her birthday? 6 Who’s Caroline?
a On the eighth of April. b It’s Tom’s. c He’s from Britain. d They’re candles. e She’s Oscar’s aunt. f He’s fifteen.
Communication 4 Look, read and write. 1 When’s Halloween? It’s
2 When’s April Fool’s Day?
on the thirty-first of October.
It’s on the of
3 When’s New Year’s Day?
4 When’s Saint Valentine’s Day?
It’s on the of
It’s on the of
Reading and Writing 5 Read and put a tick or a cross. 1 The letter is from Mike. 2 Mike is inviting Uncle Ted to the party. 3 It’s his Mum’s fourteenth birthday. 4 Her birthday is on the 7th of May.
Dear Uncle Ted, It’s Mum’s fortieth birthday on the sixth of May. Please come to Mum’s surprise party at eight o’clock in the evening! Can you play your guitar for us at the party? Best wishes, Mike
Listen, point and repeat.
a packet of cocoa
a jar of jam
a pot of yoghurt
a bottle of oil
a can of lemonade
a bag of potatoes
a kilo of carrots
a packet of peanuts
a box of chocolates
2 Chit-Chat Can you buy two kilos of carrots, please?
1 kilo carrots
4 Yes, of course!
6 jar jam
3 Listen to the story and tick the food you hear. oil
Now, listen again and read.
At the market Can you buy two kilos of carrots, for a carrot cake, Cindy?
OK. Hereâ€™s the shopping list for the school bazaar.
Tom, can you buy a kilo of peanuts, please? Can I help you?
Yes, of course! Later
Yes. A kilo of peanuts, please!
Iâ€™ve got four packets of cocoa for our fantastic chocolate cake!
The school bazaar 1 Read the story and answer. 1 Is the bazaar open? 2 Are they selling tea and cake? 2 Now, listen and read. TEA AND CAKE! ONE POUND!
It’s four o’clock and it’s time to open!
I’d like a cup of tea and a slice of chocolate cake, please.
What’s this? Oh, it’s a peanut ... in its shell!
Certainly. That’s one pound, please.
Oh dear, sorry!
3 Listen and point. Then listen and repeat.
£1=100p one pound=100 pence
4 Chit-Chat How much is a glass of milk? It’s seventy-five pence, please.
1 glass of milk
2 bowl of soup
3 cup of tea
4 slice of cake £2.00
5 a bottle of water 95p forty-five
Delicious home-made cakes! 1
Listen, read and circle.
day 1st Dece r u t mb Sa t 2 o’cloc n er k a ! O
Welcome to Greenhill School Bazaar You can buy toys and games / boxes! Try our delicious home-made cakes / sandwiches with carrot / chocolate! Guess how many sweets / peanuts are in the jar – 10p a go! Don’t forget! Come and join us!
2 Read again and answer. 1 What’s the name of the school? 2 What time is the bazaar?
3 Ask and answer with your friend. 1 What’s your favourite food? 2 What’s your favourite fruit? 3 What’s your favourite drink? 4 Do you sometimes have a bazaar at your school?
4 Make a poster for a school bazaar.
5 Listen. Play the game.
I’m at the shop and I’m buying a bottle of oil ...
I’m at the shop and I’m buying a bottle of oil, a can of lemonade ... I’m at the shop and I’m buying a bottle of oil, a can of lemonade, a pot of yoghurt ... home-made cakes
• ask people to buy some food. • buy food. • ask about prices. • write about a school bazaar. forty-seven
5 6 Let’s sing!
Let’s go to the market And buy all we need! Let’s go to the market! Come with me, please! Let’s buy some coconuts, Mangoes and peas, Lemons and pineapples, Chocolate and cheese! Let’s go to the market And buy all we need! Let’s go to the market! Oh, come with me, please!
7 In pairs, write your own song with the food you like. Then, sing the song. Let’s buy some ...
A School Bazaar Read and choose. In Britain, lots of schools hold a bazaar at Christmas, Easter or before the summer holidays. The children bring or make things to sell at the bazaar. There are also games, competitions and displays of school work. Everyone is invited. The bazaar is a good way to make money for the school or for charity. Some popular things to sell at a bazaar are toys, games, books and plants. A bazaar is also a good place to sell food and drinks. There is usually a cake stall where you can buy home-made cakes, biscuits and jam. You can buy a cup of tea and a slice of cake there, too.
CARROT CAKE 50p
1 The children 2 3 4 5 6
things at the school bazaar. make sell There are of school work at the bazaar. displays plays The bazaar is a good way to make for the school or for charity. cakes money Some popular things to sell are toys, games, books and pets plants You can buy cakes at the cake stall home-made slice You can also buy a at the cake stall. cup of tea game forty-nine
5 Vocabulary 1 Look and write.
2 Look, read and tick. 1 - a bottle of oil - a glass of oil
- a packet of yoghurt
3 - a carton of lemonade
4 - a bottle of jam
- a can of lemonade
- a jar of jam
5 - a box of chocolates
6 - a cup of soup
- a sack of chocolates
2 - a pot of yoghurt
- a bowl of soup
Communication 3 Look, ask and answer.
1 How much is a can of lemonade, please? It’s seventy-five pence.
2 How much
Reading and Writing 4 Look, read and write. Welcome to Bluedale School
On Sunday 10th December at 12 o’clock! You can buy books and
Come and try our delicious
at our bazaar!
We’ve got presents for you, too! Just try and guess how many Win a fantastic
are in the jar! ! Don’t forget! Come and join us!
Listen and repeat.
It’s quarter past one.
It’s half past one.
It’s quarter to one.
2 Chit-Chat What time is it? It’s quarter past nine. It’s time for our Science lesson!
3 Listen to the story and write yes or no. 1 Oscar likes Science. 2 Extra is the new Science teacher. 4
Now, listen again and read.
Oh, no! It’s Monday. We have Science on Mondays.
I don’t like Science.
It’s nine o’clock. It’s time to start!
Ok, let’s go!
We have Art on Mondays too, I like Art!
My favourite subject is History!
Look, Oscar! It’s Extra!
Good morning, everyone. My name’s Mr More. I’m your new Science teacher.
The experiment 1 Read the story and write True or False. 1 They do an experiment. 2 Oscar doesn’t usually like Science lessons.
3 They don’t like the experiment. 4 Tom likes Science now. 5 Extra is Mr More.
2 Now, listen and read. Right, everyone! Let’s do an experiment. Watch me carefully, please.
Shake the bottle.
Okay! First take the blue bottle. Then add five drops from the red bottle.
Now open the bottle!
Wow! I like Science now. Well done, Extra … ehm, ehm … Mr More!
3 Read and write. Then, listen and repeat. drop
4 Chit-Chat What do you do in the Science lesson?
We do experiments.
morning eat breakfast
evening watch TV
afternoon do our homework
at night go to bed fifty-five
I like Mondays! 1
Listen, read and write True or False.
Monday is my favourite day! This is what I do on Mondays. I get up at quarter to eight, I eat my breakfast and at half past eight I go to school. I ride my bike to school. I like Mondays, because at nine o’clock we have English! At half past twelve it’s lunchtime. I eat lunch at school. At quarter to two I have Music. I like Music! It’s interesting! I go home at half past three and in the afternoon, I do my homework. Then, at quarter to seven, I watch ‘Queen Street’ on TV. I go to bed at half past nine. Lucy Brown
1 Lucy gets up at quarter to eight. 2 She goes to school at half past eight. 3 Lucy doesn’t ride her bike to school. 4 She has Art at nine o’clock. 5 Lucy watches Queen Street at quarter past seven. 2 Look and say. Oscar watches TV in the evening. Oscar doesn’t wear pyjamas in the afternoon.
3 Write about your favourite day.
watch TV / evening wear pyjamas / afternoon go to school / at night have a shower / morning eat breakfast / afternoon tidy his room / at night play tennis / at night do his homework / afternoon
Listen. Play the game.
What does Barry do on his favourite day? No, try again.
He visits Mary!
He watches TV!
• tell the time. • talk about school subjects. • say which subjects I like / don’t like. • talk about daily routines. • write about my favourite day. fifty-seven
6 5 Let’s sing!
I go to school on Mondays. On Mondays, on Mondays, I go to school on Mondays. I always go to school! I have PE on Tuesdays, On Tuesdays, on Tuesdays, I have PE on Tuesdays, I always have PE! I don’t have Art on Fridays, On Fridays, on Fridays, I don’t have Art on Fridays, I never have Art! I don’t have school on Sundays, On Sundays, on Sundays, I don’t have school on Sundays, I never go to school!
6 Read the song. Correct the sentences. 1 Lin never goes to school on Mondays. 2 Lin has PE on Fridays. 3 Lin always has Art on Tuesdays. 4 Lin always goes to school on Sundays.
School in the UK Read and draw the times. In the UK children start school when they are four years old. The school they go to is called Primary School. When they are eleven they go to Secondary School. They attend school from Monday to Friday and they donâ€™t go to school on Saturday or Sunday. School usually starts at nine oâ€™clock in the morning and ends at about three in the afternoon. Many children have lunch at school. Lunch is at 12.30. Some children go home for lunch and return to school in the afternoon.
6 Vocabulary 1 Look and write.
6 2 What time is it? Look and write. 1
Itâ€™s half past three.
Reading and Writing 3 Read and write. Wednesday is Tom’s favourite day. does (do)on Wednesdays. This is what he 1 (get up) at eight o’clock. He 3 (eat) He 2 his breakfast and at half past eight he 4 (go) to school. (ride) his bike to school. He 5 (like) Wednesdays because at nine o’clock he has History. He 6 At half past twelve it’s lunchtime. He eats lunch at school. (listen) to music. In the afternoon he 7 (go) to bed at ten o’ clock. He 8
Communication 4 Read again and write True or False. 1 He rides his bike to school. 2 He never eats lunch at school. 3 He goes to bed at ten o’clock. 4 He has History at ten o’clock. 5 He gets up at eight o’clock. 6 Wednesday is Tom’s favourite day. sixty-one
Listen and repeat. firefighter
2 Look and say. What do bus drivers do? We drive buses.
bus driver drive buses
farmer grow vegetables
pilot fly planes
postman deliver letters
baker make bread
DJ play music
3 Listen and write. 1 Mr Black starts work at 4
2 Oscar wants to be a
Now, listen again and read.
Hello! What are you doing here?
We’re doing a school project about jobs.
Why do you like your job?
What do firefighters do, Mr Black?
Well, we fight fires! I start work at 8 o’clock in the morning. I like my job. It’s time for work! There’s a fire somewhere.
Ooh no! A fire! I like my job because I like helping people.
I want to be a firefighter.
I want to be a firefighter 1 Read the story and answer. 1 What does Oscar like doing? 2 What does Wendy like doing?
3 What does Wendy want to be? 4 What does Lin want to be?
2 Now, listen and read. Why do you want to be a firefighter, Oscar?
Because I like helping people and I want to drive a fire engine. I want to be a photographer because I like taking photos. What about you, Tom?
Well, I want to be ...
Me, too. â€Ś or maybe a farmer because I like growing things.
Farmers get up early and you donâ€™t like getting up early, Wendy. Ha, ha! He wants to be a clown because he likes saying stupid things. Hee, hee!
3 Read and write. Then, listen and repeat. clown
take a photo
4 Chit-Chat What do you like doing?
I like watching TV but I donâ€™t like going to bed.
watch TV go to bed
visit friends wash Dadâ€™s car
3 read my books
ride my bike wait for the bus
tidy my room
Work and free time 1
Listen, read and match.
Mr Mills is our 1) postman. He gets up at 2) half past six every morning. He delivers 3) letters to all the people in our street. Mr Mills likes his job. In his free time, Mr Mills collects 4) coins! He likes 5) fishing, too! On Sundays, Mr Mills plays 6) football in the park with us! f He doesnâ€™t like 7) writing letters.
2 Ask and answer with your friend. 1 What do you want to be? 2 What time do you get up? 3 Do you collect anything? 4 What do you like doing in your free time? 5 What do you do on Sundays?
3 Write about a person you know.
Listen. Play the game. NANCY
What does Mark like doing?
He likes singing.
No, try again.
He likes riding his bike.
• ask and answer about jobs. • talk about my routine. • say what I want to be. • say what I like doing. • talk about my free time activities. • write about someone’s daily routine and free time activities.
7 5 Let’s sing!
London’s burning, London’s burning, Fetch the engine! Fetch the engine! FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! FIRE! Pour on water, Pour on water!
6 Read and answer. How do you say these words in your language? burning
I love canoeing!
1 Read. Children in the UK like going on school trips. Sometimes they go out for the day. Often they go away for a weekend or a week to a special activity centre in the country. They can try lots of outdoor activities, for example canoeing, sailing, fishing, climbing or horse riding. They sleep in dormitories or on campsites, in tents. Often they cook their own food on a barbecue or a camp fire. When they go home they have lots of adventures to tell their friends.
2 Write about your free time activity or hobby. Then talk with a friend. I love I donâ€™t like
I quite like sixty-nine
7 Vocabulary 1 Look and write.
2 What do they do? Ask and answer, then write. 1 What We
do bus drivers do ? drive buses.
3 What We
3 Look, read and circle. My father is a baker / farmer. He delivers letters / makes bread . In his free time, my father likes playing basketball / playing table tennis.
My mother is a teacher / pilot. She grows vegetables / flies planes. In her free time, my mother likes gardening / sailing.
? vegetables. ? letters.
Language in Use 4 Read and write: ride, play, fly, drive. D C D riding riding He doesnâ€™t like
1 He likes D
a bike. a horse.
2 She D
a plane. a kite.
a bus. a car.
Communication 5 Ask and answer. Then, write. 1 Why do you want to be a vet? Because I like animals
2 Why do you want to be a farmer?
3 Why do you want to be a DJ?
4 Why do you want to be a postman? !
Reading and Writing 6 Read and write the words. Mr Jones is our 1
. He gets up at half past 2
every morning. He makes 3 likes his job. In his free time, Mr Jones likes 4 , too! On Sundays, Mr Jones likes 6
for all the people in our town. Mr Jones ! He likes 5 with his dog. seventy-one
Let’s have a ‘Green’ Christmas this
Christ mas Trees Save forests and don’t put up a real Christmas tree this year. If you really prefer a real one, when Christmas is over re-plant it in a garden or in an open space.
Christmas Decorations Help birds in your town this Christmas. Put some edible Christmas decorations on your window sill, in your garden or on your balcony. You can make them with bread, seeds or fruit.
Don’t use: artificial snow on your Christmas tree because it’s bad for the environment. shiny paper because you can’t recycle it. aluminium decorations because to make aluminium you need a lot of water (we need to save water!).
year and protect our environment.
cold sad dark short fast slow happy small nice tall
Find these adjectives in the wordsearch. Then read the message.
The s e secret m Read and answer yes or no. YN 1 Use artificial snow on your Christmas tree. 2 Recycled paper presents are good for the environment. 3 Use shiny paper for your presents. 4 Use aluminium decorations. 5 Give birds edible Christmas decorations. Here is a present for you!
Read and answer. www.highwaycode.gov.uk
A lot of children in Britain ride their bikes to school. But often, the streets in their towns are very dangerous. Clare, from Bath in England, says: “The traffic between my home and school is very bad. There are a lot of zebra crossings, but sometimes cars don’t stop. Everybody is in a hurry to get to work”. Riding to school by bike is very important because it is good exercise. But unfortunately because the roads are dangerous, lots of children travel to school by car or bus.
CYCLING RULES - When you’re on your bike, always wear a helmet. - Wear bright clothes. - Learn the highway code: these are road rules for everyone, not just for cars. - Always ride on cycling lanes.
1 How do you travel to school? 2 Do you wear a helmet when you ride?
Are all school rules a good idea?
Read and tick. Do you wear goggles when you swim? In a school in Gloucestershire, England, there is a school rule about wearing goggles in the swimming pool. It says that children mustn’t wear goggles when they swim. Why? Because, if there is an accident or a fire, you can’t see very well if you are wearing goggles.
It’s a good rule It’s a silly rule
In a school in Essex, England, children can’t take hot food outside the school canteen. Why? Because the teachers think it is dangerous. It’s a good rule It’s a silly rule
wordlist Unit 1 Come in. • Entrate. countries • paesi dark hair • capelli scuri fair hair • capelli chiari flags • bandiere I don’t know. • Non lo so. I’ve got something for you. • Ho una cosa per te. mountains • montagne nationalities • nazionalità rivers • fiumi She’s from Spain. • (Lei) Viene dalla Spagna. short • basso tall • alto Where’s she from? • Da dove viene? / Di dov’è?
Unit 2 any time • sempre ask for permission • chiedere un permesso candle • candela
carry • portare fly your kite • far volare l’aquilone heavy • pesante It’s far too dark / noisy • È troppo buio/ rumoroso. It’s too dark outside. • È troppo buio fuori. lake • lago late at night • la notte tardi noise • rumore People give them a treat of … • La gente regala loro dei … play a trick • fare uno scherzo rules • regole scary • pauroso shop • negozio Trick or Treat? • Dolcetto o scherzetto? What are you doing? • Che state facendo? Yes, of course! • Ma certo!
UNIT 3 ask for directions • chiedere informazioni (stradali)
bank • banca behind • dietro between • tra (due elementi) bowling alley • pista da bowling doctor’s office • ambulatorio draw a map • disegna una piantina flower shop • negozio di fiori / fioraio give directions • dare informazioni (stradali) go along • percorri invite • invitare Let’s ask someone. • Chiediamo a qualcuno. library • biblioteca music shop • negozio di musica next to • accanto offices • uffici on the left • a sinistra on the right • a destra opposite • di fronte over • più di pet shop • negozio di animali
popular place • luogo famoso post office • ufficio postale restaurant • ristorante station • stazione swimming pool • piscina turn right • gira a destra up and down • su e giù Where am I? • Dove sono / mi trovo? write a note • scrivi un biglietto
Unit 4 a slice of • una fetta di aunt • zia bag • sacchetto banners • festoni
wordlist birthday cards • biglietti d’auguri birthday child • festeggiato Blow the candles out! • Spegni le candeline! bring • portano count up to • contare fino a cousin • cugino / a Here they are.• Eccoli. in one go • in una volta it’s time to go home • è ora di andare a casa look out • sta attento makes a wish • esprime un desiderio member of your family • componente della tua famiglia presents • regali small toy • giochino surprise party • festa a sorpresa switch off the lights! • spegnete la luce! tomorrow • domani tries to • cerca di uncle • zio
What’s the date hold • organizzano today? • Che giorno è How much is … ? • oggi? Quanto costa … ? it’s time to open! • è ora di aprire! Let’s go shopping. • Andiamo a fare la spesa. make money • raccogliere soldi market • mercato Unit 5 a good way • un buon peanuts • noccioline plants • piante modo pound • sterlina all we need • tutto prices • prezzi quello che ci serve school bazaar • cake stall • banco mercatino dei dolci shell • guscio Can I help you? • shopping list • lista Cosa ti do? della spesa Can you buy … ? • to sell • da vendere Puoi comprare … ? charity • beneficenza cocoa • cacao Unit 6 Come and join us! • add • si aggiungono Vieni a trovarci! attend • frequentano delicious home-made daily routines • cakes • deliziose routine quotidiana torte fatte in casa ends at about • displays • mostre finisce circa alle Don’t forget! • Non ti experiment • dimenticare! esperimento Guess how many • homework • compiti Indovina quanti /e It’s a quarter past
one. • È l’una e un quarto. It’s a quarter to one. • È un quarto all’una. It’s half past one. • È l’una e mezza. lunchtime • ora di pranzo never • mai No, try again. • No, prova ancora. pyjamas • pigiama shake • si agita starts • inizia subjects • materie scolastiche tidy • mettere in ordine Watch me carefully • Osservatemi attentamente What time is it? • Che ora è ?
Unit 7 adventures • avventure campsite • campeggio seventy-seven
wordlist canoeing • andare in canoa climbing • fare arrampicate coins • monete collect • collezionare country • campagna deliver letters • recapitare le lettere dormitories • camerate drive buses • guidare gli autobus Fetch the engine! • Chiamate il camion dei pompieri! fire • incendio fire engine • camion dei pompieri fly planes • pilotare gli aerei free time activities • attività che si svolgono nel tempo libero getting up early • alzarti presto go away • partono go out • fanno un’uscita
grow vegetables • coltivare gli ortaggi helping people • aiutare la gente I quite like … • Mi piace … I want to be … • Vorrei fare … It’s time for work! • È ora di lavorare! jobs • mestieri London’s burning • Londra è in fiamme make bread • fare il pane outdoor activities • attività all’aria aperta play music • mettere la musica pour on water • buttate acqua sailing • andare in barca a vela saying stupid things • dire stupidaggini school project • progetto somewhere • da qualche parte taking photos • fare le foto tell • raccontare
tents • tende da campeggio wait for the bus • aspettare l’autobus wash Dad’s car • lavare l’auto di papà
I m dreaming of a Green Christmas!
balcony • balcone edible • commestibile environment • ambiente open space • all’aperto recycle • riciclare shiny paper • carta lucida window sill • davanzale
bright • colori brillanti dangerous • pericolose Everybody is in a hurry. • Tutti vanno di fretta. helmet • casco highway code • codice della strada lanes • piste ciclabili safety • sicurezza traffic • traffico unfortunately • sfortunatamente zebra crossings • strisce pedonali
accident • incidente goggles • occhialini mustn’t … • hanno il divieto di …
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Published on Feb 20, 2012