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CAMPIONE GRATUITO FUORI COMMERCIO Fuori campo IVA (D. PR. 26 ottobre 1972, n. 633, art. 2, lett. d)

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Contents Starter Unit Welcome! p. 8

Topics The alphabet • Greetings and goodbyes • Numbers • The time • Days of the week • Colours • Animals • Personal possessions • Classroom objects • Classroom language

Unit

Vocabulary

Functions

Grammar Workshop

1 A New School

School things

Chiedere e dire l’ora

I pronomi personali soggetto

p. 18

Countries and nationalities

Il verbo be

School subjects

Le parole interrogative

VIDEO At the stationer’s

Gli aggettivi possessivi VIDEO VIDEO MAP Pronunciation Intonation in questions

2 Friends & Family

Physical appearance Family

Incontrarsi e presentare Il verbo have got altre persone Il genitivo sassone

VIDEO This is me

Il plurale dei nomi VIDEO VIDEO MAP

p. 30

Pronunciation The sound /h/

Progress Check 1-2

p. 42

3 At Home

Rooms in a house

p. 44

The house

Chiedere informazioni (1)

there is / there are I dimostrativi

Furniture

L’articolo indeterminativo a / an

VIDEO The house

L’articolo determinativo the VIDEO Pronunciation The sounds /T/ and /D/

4 School Life p. 56

Places in a school Routines VIDEO At school

Proporre di fare qualcosa

Il Present simple - Tutte le forme (1) Il Present simple con le parole interrogative VIDEO VIDEO MAP Pronunciation The sound /u…/

Progress Check 3-4

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p. 68


Functions Fare lo spelling • Salutare e ricambiare i saluti • Dire l’ora • Riconoscere gli oggetti scolastici • Capire le indicazioni durante la lezione

Video Workshop

Life & Language Skills

Competences & Extra Book

VIDEO Welcome to my vlog

Reading Capire il contenuto di due post sulle cose importanti nella vita

Competences • Reading Cercare informazioni specifiche

Listening Capire un dialogo sull’iscrizione a un club

Extra Book • Culture One Kingdom, Four Nations VIDEO

Speaking Presentarsi e parlare di sé

Writing Completare un post sulle proprie cose preferite Spoken Interaction Preparare e condurre un’intervista per l’iscrizione a un club

• Compito di realtà Il poster della classe

VIDEO Celebrities

Reading Capire il contenuto di un album familiare sul web

Speaking Descrivere qualcuno

Listening Capire un ragazzo che descrive la propria famiglia Extra Book Writing • Culture London in Numbers VIDEO Correggere la descrizione della famiglia Griffin

Competences • Writing La punteggiatura

Spoken Interaction Descrivere l’albero genealogico della propria famiglia

VIDEO Have you got a house or a flat?

Reading Capire la descrizione delle case tipiche inglesi

Speaking Preparare un’intervista

Listening Capire la descrizione di un appartamento londinese Writing Scrivere la descrizione della propria casa Speaking – Oral Presentation Descrivere la propria casa al compagno

VIDEO D  o you walk to school? Speaking Preparare un sondaggio sulla routine della classe

Reading Capire la descrizione di alcune scuole di fantasia Listening Capire la descrizione di una scuola speciale Writing Descrivere la propria scuola Spoken Interaction Descrivere la propria scuola a un nuovo studente

Competences • Listening Comprendere informazioni specifiche: i numeri Extra Book • Culture Home Sweet Home VIDEO • Festivals Christmas

Competences • Writing Descrivere un luogo Extra Book • Culture British School System VIDEO • Song ‘Friday I’m in love’

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Contents Unit

Vocabulary

Functions

Grammar Workshop

5 Food & Drink

Food and drink

Ordinare in mensa o al ristorante

Gli avverbi di frequenza

p. 70

Expressions with have VIDEO At the café

Nomi numerabili e non numerabili some / any How much? / How many? VIDEO VIDEO MAP Pronunciation The stressed syllable

6 Around Town p. 82

Places in town

Chiedere e dare indicazioni stradali

Prepositions of place VIDEO London tour

Il Present simple tutte le forme (2) like, love, hate + -ing I pronomi personali complemento L’imperativo VIDEO VIDEO MAP Pronunciation The sound /eI/

Progress Check 5-6

p. 94

7 Hobbies & Talents

Free-time activities Technology VIDEO Leila’s free time

p. 96

8S  ports Champions

Indicare il grado di abilità

Il verbo modale can

Chiedere il permesso / Fare una richiesta

Gli avverbi di modo

Esprimere un’opinione

Parts of the body

play / do / go + attività sportive

Sports VIDEO The human body

Scusarsi e giustificarsi

p. 108

I gradi di abilità VIDEO Pronunciation The sounds /I/ and /i…/

Il Present continuous Il Present continuous con le parole interrogative VIDEO VIDEO MAP Pronunciation The unstressed syllable /´/

Keep It Simple – Let’s All Revise!

pp. 121-155

Progress Check 7-8

p. 120

Pronunciation Workshop

pp. 156-157

Speaking cards

p. 158

Functions Review

p. 159

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Video Workshop

Life & Language Skills

Competences & Extra Book

VIDEO I love pizza!

Reading Capire un articolo sullo spreco alimentare

Speaking Completare una tabella specificando le proprie preferenze

Listening Ascoltare la descrizione di una ricetta

Competences • Writing Preparare un elenco di ingredienti

Writing Scrivere ingredienti e quantità della propria ricetta preferita

Extra Book • Culture British Food VIDEO

Speaking – Oral presentation Descrivere una ricetta tipica della propria regione VIDEO My favourite theme park

Reading Localizzare e riconoscere i vari luoghi di un parco divertimenti

Competences • Writing Gli sms

Speaking Disegnare e descrivere il proprio parco divertimenti ideale

Listening Capire un dialogo tra due persone che si danno appuntamento in un luogo preciso

Extra Book • Festivals Shrove Tuesday and Easter

Writing Scrivere un sms

• Compito di realtà Creare una guida turistica della città

Spoken Interaction Lasciare un messaggio vocale sul telefono

VIDEO What’s that app? Speaking Descrivere le app

Reading Capire un brano sul weekend di un ragazzo e della sua famiglia

Competences • Writing Parlare di eventi in sequenza

Listening Capire un ragazzo che parla del tempo libero

Extra Book • Life Skills Somiglianze e differenze

Writing Descrivere il proprio weekend ideale

• Song ‘Just the Way You Are’

Speaking – Oral presentation Descrivere il proprio weekend ideale VIDEO We’ve got our team! Speaking Scegliere i componenti di una squadra

Reading Capire un articolo sulla campionessa olimpica inglese Jade Jones

Competences • Speaking Fare una presentazione orale

Listening Extra Book Capire la descrizione dell’allenamento di un atleta • Life Skills Adottare uno stile di vita sano Writing Descrivere una foto Speaking – Oral presentation Presentare un campione sportivo

Map of the United Kingdom

p. 160

Workbook

pp. 161-231

Grammar Bank

pp. 234-237

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STARTER UNIT

Welcome!

QUIZ: Welcome to the world of English! 1 Pairwork Cosa sapete dell’inglese e dei paesi in cui è la lingua ufficiale? Fate il quiz a coppie e scopritelo.

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1 In quale paese non si parla inglese? A

□ Stati Uniti d’America (USA)

B

□ Regno Unito (UK)

C

□ Argentina

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4 Quale di questi personaggi non era inglese?

A

□ Napoleone Bonaparte.

B

□ Robin Hood.

C

□ William Shakespeare.

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2 La capitale del Regno Unito è A □ Washington. B □ Londra. C □ New York.

Good morning significa A □ ‘arrivederci’. C □ ‘benvenuto’. C □ ‘buongiorno’.

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5 Il piccolo George è A □ uno degli eredi al trono d’Inghilterra. B □ uno dei protagonisti di Harry Potter. C □ uno dei figli del Presidente degli Stati Uniti.


Pretty good!

Da 5 a 7 Bravi! È un ottimo punto di partenza ma c’è ancora tanto da scoprire, do your best!

Oops!

Meno di 5 risposte esatte Scoprirete tante cose sull’inglese e il suo mondo già dalle prime pagine del corso, have fun!

6 C – Per aprire la porta l’insegnante ti dirà Open the door, per leggere il tuo libro ti dirà Read your book. 7 B – L’euro è la moneta dell’Unione Europea, il dollaro degli Stati Uniti d’America. 8 A – Le altre due domande sono What’s your name? e How old are you? 9 C – Il canguro e il boomerang sono australiani mentre il kiwi è un animale della Nuova Zelanda e anche il frutto nazionale. 10 B – La casa della regina si chiama Buckingham Palace. La metropolitana di Londra è chiamata The Tube (“il tubo”).

Da 8 a 10 risposte esatte Complimenti! Siete già dei piccoli esperti, well done!

nine 9 1 C – Non si parla inglese in Argentina. Si parla spagnolo. 2 B – Washington DC è la capitale degli Stati Uniti d’America. New York è la città più grande degli Stati Uniti. 3 C – Arrivederci in inglese si dice Goodbye, benvenuto si dice Welcome. 4 A – Napoleone Bonaparte era francese. Robin Hood è un eroe popolare britannico che, secondo la leggenda, viveva nella foresta di Sherwood. William Shakespeare è stato il più grande poeta e drammaturgo del Regno Unito. 5 A – Il Principe George è figlio del principe William che a sua volta è figlio del Principe Carlo.

Fabulous!

Check your score 10 La London Eye è A □ la casa della regina. B □ la ruota panoramica di Londra. C □ la metropolitana di Londra.

10 How are you?

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A

□ Fine, thanks.

B

□ My name’s Luca.

C

□ 11 years old.

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9 Kangaroo, boomerang e kiwi sono parole che vengono da A □ Stati Uniti e Australia. B □ Regno Unito e Nuova Zelanda. C □ Australia e Nuova Zelanda.

8 Rispondi alla domanda:

6 Se l’insegnante ti dice Open your book devi A □ aprire la porta. B □ leggere il tuo libro. C □ aprire il tuo libro.

Open your book

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7 La moneta britannica è A □ l’euro. B □ la sterlina. C □ il dollaro.


Starter Unit

Welcome! Quando fai lo spelling e ci sono le doppie dici ‘double’. Molly: M, O, double L, Y.

The alphabet 1 1.01 Osserva l’alfabeto inglese e scrivi le

lettere mancanti. Poi ascolta, controlla e ripeti.

_____ _____

____

_____ _____

_____

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1.04

Ascolta e ripeti il dialogo.

Rachel Hi! What’s your name? Lorenzo My name’s Lorenzo. Rachel How do you spell that? Lorenzo L-O-R-E-N-Z-O

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1.02 Quali lettere hanno lo stesso suono? Scrivile nel gruppo corrispondente. Poi ascolta e controlla.

, J, K

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2

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, ___, ___, ___, ___

3

, ___

4 5 6

, ___, ___

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5 Pairwork A coppie, ripetete il dialogo dell’esercizio 4 usando i vostri nomi.

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Ascolta lo spelling e completa i nomi dei protagonisti del tuo corso. 1.03

1 2 3 4

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JAKE L __ __ __ __ M __ __ __ __ __ Z __ __ __

6 Game Scrivi i nomi di tre compagni e coprili con la mano. Fai lo spelling al tuo compagno/ alla tua compagna. Vince chi scrive lo spelling corretto.

1 ____________________________________ 2 ____________________________________ 3 ____________________________________


S Greetings and goodbyes 1 1.05 Completa le vignette con i saluti. Poi ascolta, controlla e ripetili con un compagno. Good morning • Bye • Hello _________, Ross! Hi, Felix.

Morning!

1

_______________, Mrs Simpson.

_________, girls!

2

Goodbye, Mr Jones. 3

2 Abbina le parti della giornata in inglese alla loro traduzione in italiano. 1 2 3 4

morning afternoon evening night

a □ notte b □ pomeriggio 1 mattina c □ d □ sera

3 Completa la tabella con i saluti.

Diciamo in the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening e at night.

Good morning • Hello! • Good evening • Goodnight • Bye! • See you soon! Greetings Hi.

Goodbyes Goodbye!

1 Hello!

4 __________________________

2 __________________________

Bye-bye

Good afternoon

5 __________________________

3 __________________________

6 __________________________

Keep It Simple, p. 122

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Starter Unit

Welcome!

Numbers 1 1.06 Ascolta e ripeti i numeri cardinali. 1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 5 five 6 six 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten

11 eleven 12 twelve 13 thirteen 14 fourteen 15 fifteen 16 sixteen 17 seventeen 18 eighteen 19 nineteen 20 twenty

2 Abbina i numeri alla parola corrispondente. Aiutati con i colori. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

22 25 30 36 40 50 60 70 80 90 99 100

a □ thirty-six b □ ninety c □ fifty d □ thirty e □ one hundred f □ eighty g □ twenty-five h □ ninety-nine i □ seventy j □ forty k □ sixty 1 twenty-two l □

3 Scrivi il numero: 1 2 3 4 5 6

degli studenti della tua classe _____________________________________ delle pagine della Starter Unit _____________________________________ delle matite nel tuo astuccio _____________________________________ delle finestre della tua aula _____________________________________ dei banchi della tua aula _____________________________________ dell’età del tuo compagno di banco _____________________________________

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Ascolta e ripeti come si pronunciano i numeri ordinali. 1.07

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1st ➜ the first 21st ➜ the twenty-first 2nd ➜ the second 22nd ➜ the twenty-second 3rd ➜ the third 23rd ➜ the twenty-third 4th ➜ the fourth 24th ➜ the twenty-fourth

5 Completa la tabella con i numeri ordinali dell’esercizio 4.

1st _______________ 2nd ______________ 3rd _______________ 4th _______________ 5th the fifth 6th the sixth 7th the seventh 8th the eighth 9th the ninth 10th the tenth 11th the eleventh 12th the twelfth 13th the thirteenth 14th the fourteenth 15th the fifteenth 16th the sixteenth

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

17th the seventeenth 18th the eighteenth 19th the nineteenth 20th the twentieth 21st the twenty-first 22nd _______________ 23rd _______________ 24th _______________ 25th the twenty-fifth 26th the twenty-sixth 27th the twenty-seventh 28th the twenty-eighth 29th the twenty-ninth 30th the thirtieth 31st the thirty-first

Ascolta e sottolinea il numero che senti.

6 / 6th 9 / 19th 12 / 12th 15 / 15th 21 / 21st 23 / 23rd 30 / 30th 31st / 21st

the sixth _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________

7 Ora scrivi il numero che hai sottolineato negli spazi.

Keep It Simple, p. 122

Mini Dictionary, p. 4

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S It’s about time! 1 1.09 Ascolta, leggi e ripeti l’ora.

It’s four o’clock.

It’s five past four.

It’s five to five.

It’s ten past four.

It’s ten to five. It’s quarter to five.

It’s quarter past four. It’s twenty past four.

It’s twenty to five.

It’s twenty-five past four.

It’s twenty-five to five.

It’s half past four.

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Osserva gli orologi, ascolta e completa gli orari.

10:00 1 It’s ten ___________.

2 It’s half ___________ six.

4 It’s quarter past ___________. 1.11

3 It’s ___________ to one.

15:05

07 15 3

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18:30

11:50

5 It’s ___________ past three.

6 It’s ten _________ twelve.

Song Ascolta la canzone e completa il testo. Monday (x2) • Friday (x3) • Sunday • Wednesday (x2) Saturday • Thursday (x2) • Tuesday (x2)

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y a d s r Thu

Friday, I’m in Love I don’t care if Monday’s blue, 1 _____________’s grey and 2_____________ too, 3 __________ I don’t care about you, It’s 4_____________ I’m in love. 5 _____________ you can fall apart, 6 _____________, 7_____________ break my heart, 8 _____________ doesn’t even start, It’s 9_____________ I’m in love. 10 _____________ - wait! And 11_____________ always comes too late, But 12_____________ never hesitate...

y a y d a s r d i Fr Thu sday y a e d r n Satu Wed Keep It Simple, p. 122

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Starter Unit

Welcome!

Months and seasons 1 1.12 Riordina i mesi dal primo all’ultimo dell’anno.

La data in inglese si scrive: 2nd October 2019 ma si legge: the second of October twenty nineteen.

Poi ascolta e controlla.

□ June □ September □ December □ February 1 January □ □ May

□ October □ August □ March □ April □ November □ July

2 Scrivi per esteso il giorno del tuo compleanno. My birthday is on _________________________________________________________________________

3 Abbina. winter • summer • autumn • spring

spring

1 _________________

2 _________________

3 _________________

Colours 1 1.13 Song Ascolta e completa la canzone con le parole nel riquadro. grey • white • black • blue • orange • yellow • red • purple • pink • green

SING A RAINBOW R__d and ye__lo__ and pi__ __ and gr__ __n, O__a__ge and pu__p__e and bl__ __. I can sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow, Sing a rainbow too. 14 four teen

In the sky at night, Bl__c__ and gr__y and w__ite, Stars and sky are beautiful too. But I love the rainbow, Love the rainbow, In the sky so bl__ __. Keep It Simple, p. 123

Mini Dictionary, p. 3


S Animals

Wild animals

Farm animals

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Scrivi il nome degli animali della fattoria. Poi ascolta e controlla. 1.14

Abbina le immagini (A-J) ai nomi degli animali (1-10). Poi ascolta, controlla e ripeti. 1.15

H elephant 1 □ 2 □ lion 3 □ snake 4 □ giraffe 5 □ tiger

dog • cow • horse • rabbit • chicken • sheep goat • goose • pig • turkey

6 □ crocodile 7 □ parrots 8 □ dolphins 9 □ monkey 10 □ zebras

A

1 dog

B

2 _________________ C

3 _________________

4 _________________ F

D

5 _________________

6 _________________ E

7 _________________

8 _________________ G

9 _________________ Mini Dictionary, pp. 6-7

10 _________________

Keep It Simple, p. 123

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Starter Unit

Welcome!

My favourite things 1 1.16 Osserva le immagini (A-H) e abbinale ai nomi degli oggetti (1-8). Poi ascolta, controlla e ripeti.

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

G a backpack 1 □ 5 □ a bus pass

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□ a wallet □ a brush

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□ keys □ a mobile phone

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□ a memory stick □ headphones

2 Leggi le descrizioni e scrivi i nomi degli oggetti prendendoli dall’esercizio 1. 1 They’re blue. They’re for my mobile phone. 2 It’s orange and blue. 3 It’s yellow and white. It’s for my computer.

_________________________ _________________________ _________________________

Classroom objects 1 1.17 Trova questi oggetti nel disegno. Poi ascolta e controlla. A door 1 □  2 □ map 3 □ chair

4 5 6

□ cupboard □ desk □ IWB (Interactive Whiteboard)

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□ bin □ window □ computer

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S Classroom language 1 1.18 Scrivi le istruzioni sotto le immagini. Poi ascolta e controlla. Stand up. • Write. • Sit down. • Listen. • Close the door. • Close your book. Underline. • Open the window. • Look at the board. • Read. • Go to the board. • Open your book.

1 Stand up.

2 _________________

3 _________________

4 _________________

5 _________________

6 _________________

7 _________________

8 _________________

9 _________________

10 _________________

11 _________________

12 _________________

2 Abbina le domande inglesi alla loro traduzione italiana. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Can you repeat, please? Can I go to the toilet, please? How do you spell that? Can you help me, please? Excuse me, I don’t understand. What does ‘cupboard’ mean?

Keep It Simple, p. 123

a □ Come si scrive? b □ Mi puoi / può aiutare per favore? c □ Cosa significa cupboard? d □ Posso andare al bagno? 1 Puoi / Può ripetere per favore? e □ f □ Scusa / Mi scusi, non capisco. seventeen 17


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Vocabulary & Video Focus on words: School equipment 1 Trova gli oggetti nell’immagine e scrivi la lettera corrispondente accanto al nome.

□ exercise book A book □

1

Focus on VIDEO :At the stationer’s 4 Guarda il video senza audio e scrivi che cosa comprano gli studenti.

□ dictionary

BACKPACK

□ calculator □ maths / geometry set

□ pencil sharpener

Name

□ pencil

□ pen

Jake Molly Leila

PENCIL CASE

□ ruler

□ rubber

5 6

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Ascolta, controlla e ripeti gli oggetti della classe.

3 Game A coppie, guardatevi intorno e trovate un oggetto per ogni colore e scrivetene il nome. Avete due minuti di tempo!

Mini Dictionary, p. 2

a pencil case _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ Keep It Simple, p. 124

Guarda di nuovo il video e controlla. Ascolta di nuovo alcune frasi del video e completale. 1.20

1 Okay, so that’s a _______, _______ blue _______, two _______ _______ and a French ______________. 2 So that’s a geometry _______, a French dictionary and a _______ _______.

1.19

red 1 blue 2 pink 3 black 4 yellow 5 green 6 grey 7 white 8 orange 9 brown

School equipment

Talk about it 7 Pairwork Indovinate che cosa c’è nello zaino del vostro compagno. Poi apritelo e controllate! A ruler?

Yes!

A rubber? No! imparare ad imparare

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Reading New friends Focus on words: Countries and nationalities 1 Pairwork Scrivete le nazioni all’interno del continente di appartenenza. Germany • Senegal • Spain • Greece • Chile • Korea • New Zealand • Argentina • Canada • Japan Tunisia • India • Ecuador • Australia • Morocco • the USA Europe Germany S____________ G____________

Asia K____________ J____________ I____________

North America C______________ t_____ U______

Africa S____________ T____________ M____________

South America C____________ A____________ E____________

Oceania N____ Z_______ A____________

Focus on Texts 2 1.21 Leggi e ascolta le informazioni dei fumetti 1-4.

Hello. I’m Harry Kerr. I’m British. I’m from Manchester in Great Britain.

Hi! I’m Cezar and he’s Ivan. We’re from Constanta in Romania. We’re Romanian.

1

3 Hi! I’m Malika. I’m from Casablanca in Morocco. I’m Moroccan.

2

Hi! I’m Emerico and he’s Alonso. We’re from São Paulo in Brazil. We’re Brazilian.

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3 Leggi nuovamente i fumetti e completa la tabella con le informazioni sui ragazzi. Name City Harry Manchester 2 3 ______________________ ______________________ Cezar and 4______________ Constanta Alonso and 6_____________ 7______________________ 20 t went y

Country ______________________ Morocco 5 ______________________ 8 ______________________ 1

Keep It Simple, p. 124

Mini Dictionary, p. 3


1 Trova 8 nazionalità e 6 paesi nella word cloud e completa la tabella. Poi ascolta e controlla. 1.22

IRELAND MOROCCAN CHINESE

ROMANIAN

ECUADOR

RUSSIA

SPAIN

CHINA

TURKEY AMERICAN

ARGENTINA

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BRITISH

BRAZILIAN

ITALIAN GREECE FRENCH AUSTRALIA 1 China

Chinese

2

Irish

3 France 4

Greek

5 Great Britain 6

Argentinian

7 the USA 8

Australian

9 Romania 10

Russian

11 Italy

What’s it for? Si usa il verbo be (= essere) per descrivere una persona o una cosa. Show me. I’m British. / I’m eleven years old. She’s American. We’re Romanian. Sottolinea altri esempi del verbo be negli esercizi 2 e 5.

6 Sottolinea l’alternativa corretta. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Hi, I am / are Danny from Glasgow. Harry is from Montreal. He is / are Canadian. My friend Sally is / are in class 7B. You are / am in my English class! We am / are Spanish. Crocodiles is / are green, not blue. Ecuador are / is in South America.

7 Leggi la presentazione di León e, quando possibile, completa le frasi con la forma affermativa contratta del verbo be.

12 Morocco 13

be – affirmative form

Ecuadorian

14 Brazil Subject pronouns What are they for? I pronomi personali soggetto si usano davanti al verbo e vanno sempre espressi. Show me. I’m from Casablanca in Morocco. / He’s Ivan. We’re from Constanta in Romania.

5 Completa le frasi con i pronomi personali soggetto, i paesi e le nazionalità.

Sadie. She‘s from the USA. She‘s American. 1 Pierre. ____ ‘s from __________. _____ ‘s French. 2 Feng and Jian. _____ ‘re from China. _____ ‘re __________. 3 Irene. _____ ‘s from __________. _____ ‘s Greek. 4 I’m ___________. _____’m from ________. _____’m _____________. Keep It Simple, p. 125

competenze sociali e civiche

About me Hi, I’m León. I’m Spanish. I 1_____ from Madrid in Spain. I 2_____ eleven years old. My lucky number 3 _____ 8. My favourite colour 4_____ orange. My favourite animals 5_____ elephants and zebras.

Write about it 8 Scrivi una presentazione su di te. Usa il post

dell’esercizio 7 come modello. Puoi incollare una tua foto per completare il post.

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Dialogue Work A new timetable Focus on words: School subjects 1 1.23 Osserva le immagini e scrivi i nomi delle materie. Poi ascolta, controlla e ripeti. Maths • English • Geography • History • Science • Art • Music • French • Information Technology Physical Education • Design and Technology • Religious Education

1 ___________

2 ___________

3 ___________ 4 ___________

5 ___________

6 ___________ 7 ___________

8 ___________

9 ___________ 10 ___________

11 ___________

History

Focus on dialogues 2 1.24 Leggi e ascolta il dialogo. Che ore sono? Jake Hi Leila, I’m extremely late! Is it History now? Leila No, it isn’t. It’s the Geography lesson. Jake Geography? Aargh! When is the History lesson then? I’m lost! Leila History is on Tuesdays and Fridays, Jake! Calm down! Later with Molly, in the school hall Leila Molly Leila Molly Leila Molly

Are the other students in the classroom, Molly? No, they aren’t. What time is it? It’s two o’clock. They’re late, as usual. No, Leila! We’re early! We’re always early! New Words

3

Ascolta e leggi di nuovo il dialogo e indica (✓) se le frasi sono vere (T) o false (F). 1.13

The friends are at school. 1 Jake is nervous. 2 The History lessons are on Thursdays and Fridays. 3 Leila and Molly are in the classroom at two o’clock. 4 The other students are late. 5 Leila and Molly are early for the lessons. 6 They are always late for school. 22 t went y-t wo

T F ✓ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □

late ___________ I’m lost! Mi sono perso! Calm down! Calmati! as usual come al solito early in anticipo always ___________ Cerca le parole mancanti nel Mini Dictionary e scrivi la traduzione. Keep It Simple, p. 126


1 be – negative and interrogative forms

Focus on functions

Negative It isn’t History now. They aren’t in the classroom.

Chiedere e dire l’ora

Interrogative Is it History now? No, it isn’t. Are they in the classroom? No, they aren’t.

4 Sottolinea l’alternativa corretta. The exercise book ‘m not / isn’t in my backpack. Sarah and Matt isn’t / aren’t in my class. I ‘m not / isn’t from China, I’m from Vietnam. The boys isn’t / aren’t American, they’re from Australia. 4 You isn’t / aren’t eleven, you’re twelve. 5 Marco ‘m not / isn’t from Rome, he’s from Bari. 6 We aren’t / isn’t always late. 1 2 3

5 Completa i dialoghi con la forma interrogativa del verbo be.

1 Mike Hi, Amy. Are you in my Maths class? Amy No, I’m not. My Maths lessons are on Tuesdays and Fridays. Mike _____ your teacher Miss Brandon? Amy Yes, she is. 2 Katie _____ Grace and Jane in class 1R2? Dan Yes, they are. Katie _____ you in class 1R2 too, Dan? Dan Yes, I am.

6 Rispondi alle domande in modo personale. Usa le risposte brevi. 1 2 3 4

Are you from Italy? ______________________________________ Are you 12 years old? ______________________________________ Is P.E. (Physical Education) on Friday? ______________________________________ Is your backpack blue? ______________________________________

Keep It Simple, p. 126

competenze sociali e civiche

Questions Answers What time is it? It’s two o’clock. When is the History lesson? It’s at ten past eleven. When is your tennis lesson? It’s at half past three on Saturday.

7 Pairwork Scrivete tre orari sul quaderno. Poi fatevi domande e rispondete. What time is it? It’s quarter to eleven.

8 Osserva l’orario scolastico di Leila e rispondi alle domande. 1 2 3 4

What time is Maths on Monday? It’s at ten to nine. When is the Science lesson? What time is History on Tuesday? When is English? What time is Music on Tuesday?

Name: Leila Morris    Class: 7B2 Monday

Tuesday

08.50-9.50

Maths

English

09.50-10.45

English

French

11.10-12.10

Science

History

12.10-13.05

Geography

Music

Break

Talk about it 9 Pairwork Prendete il vostro orario scolastico. Fate domande sugli orari delle materie.

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Grammar Workshop I pronomi personali soggetto Subject pronouns I you he / she / it we you they

io tu lui / lei / esso, essa noi voi loro / essi, esse

VIDEO VIDEO MAP Ricorda che: I si scrive sempre con la maiuscola. You corrisponde a tu, voi e al formale Lei. He si usa per le persone di sesso maschile. She si usa per le persone di sesso femminile. It si usa per le cose e gli animali. We corrisponde alla prima persona plurale noi. They si riferisce a persone, cose, animali sia maschili che femminili. Grammar Bank, p. 232

1

2

Abbina. 1 2 3 4 5 6

she you it they he we

a □ mum and dad b □ Matt 1 Susan c □ d □ mobile phone e □ my friend and I f □ Zac and you

Il verbo be Forma affermativa Estesa I am you are he / she / it is we / you / they are Forma interrogativa Am Are Is Are

Sostituisci le parole evidenziate con il pronome personale soggetto. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Molly and Leila are from London. Zac is a British student. You and Marco are Italian. Molly and I are in the classroom. Geography is on Monday. Giulia is my friend. The headphones are for my mobile.

they _____ _____ _____ _____ _____ _____

VIDEO VIDEO MAP

Contratta I’m you’re he / she / it’s we / you / they’re I? you? he / she / it? we / you / they?

Forma negativa Estesa I am not you are not he / she / it is not we / you / they are not Risposte brevi Yes, you are. Yes, I am. Yes, he / she / it is. Yes, we / you / they are.

Contratta I’m not you aren’t he / she / it isn’t we / you / they aren’t No, you aren’t. No, I’m not. No, he / she / it isn’t. No, we / you / they aren’t. Grammar Bank, p. 232

3

Sottolinea la forma estesa corretta del verbo be. He is / am my friend Luca. 1 I am / are happy. 2 We is / are students. 3 It is / am a pencil case.

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4 You are / is from France. 5 They is / are English. 6 She are / is in the classroom. Keep It Simple, p. 127


1 4

Completa le frasi con la forma affermativa contratta del verbo be. She’s from Brazil. 1 My name_____ Robert. 2 I_____ from Britain. 3 We_____ in class 1B. 4 They_____ from South Africa. 5 It_____ two o’clock.

5

Sottolinea l’alternativa corretta. What time are / is it? Melissa aren’t / isn’t 12 yet. Are / Am Harry and you in the same class? Is / Are Copenhagen in France? When are / is Physical Education? Maths and Music isn’t / aren’t on Tuesday morning. 6 Hannah is English, she aren’t / isn’t from Greece. 1 2 3 4 5

6

Who is he? ➝ Chi è lui? Which is your pen? ➝ Qual è la tua penna? What is it? ➝ Che cos’è? Where are you from? ➝ Di dove sei? When is the break? ➝ Quand’è la ricreazione? Why are you here? ➝ Perché sei qui? How are you? ➝ Come stai? How old are you? ➝ Quanti anni hai? Grammar Bank, p. 233

8

1 2 3 4 5 6

Completa le frasi con la forma negativa contratta del verbo be. Poi ascolta e controlla. We are early, we aren’t late. I’ _________ Spanish, I’m Italian. Joanna _________ my sister. She’s my mum. You _________ from China. Marina _________ at home. She’s at school. Amy and Mike _________ in my class. We’re 12 years old. We _________ 10.

Completa le frasi con la forma interrogativa e le risposte brevi del verbo be. ‘Is Charlie from New York?’ ‘Yes, he is.’ 1 ‘_____ Mae and Ben at home?’ ‘Yes, ________.’ 2 ‘_____ I late?’ ‘No, ________.’ 3 ‘_____ this music in your phone?’ ‘Yes, ______.’ 4 ‘_____ this your ID card?’ ‘No, ________.’ 5 ‘_____ dolphins mammals?’ ‘Yes, ________.’ 6 ‘_____ you and your friends at school on Saturdays?’ ‘No, ________.’

Keep It Simple, p. 127

Riordina le parole e scrivi le domande.

1.25

1 2 3 4 5 6

7

Le parole interrogative

9

History / book / my / is / Where / ? Where is my History book? brother’s name / is / your / What / ? birthday / Linda’s / When / is / ? favourite / your / colour / is / Which / ? best friend / is / How old / your / ? is / in your class / the new boy / Who / ? the cat / on the sofa / Why / is / ?

Leggi le risposte e completa le domande con la parola interrogativa corretta. ‘Who is she?’ ‘My teacher.’ 1 ‘_________’s your name?’ ‘Francesca.’ 2 ‘_________ are you from?’ ‘Rome.’ 3 ‘_________ is your birthday?’ ‘In August.’ 4 ‘_________ is your favourite subject, Maths or Science?’ ‘It’s Science.’ 5 ‘_________ is your favourite singer?’ ‘Adele.’ 6 ‘_________ is your mobile awesome?’ ‘Because it’s a smartphone.’ 7 ‘_________ old are you?’ ‘I’m twelve years old.’ 8 ‘_________ are you?’ ‘I’m fine, thanks.’ t went y-f ive 25


Grammar Workshop Gli aggettivi possessivi

VIDEO

Possessive adjectives my il mio, la mia, i miei, le mie your il tuo, la tua, i tuoi, le tue his il suo, la sua, i suoi, le sue (di lui) her il suo, la sua, i suoi, le sue (di lei) il suo, la sua, i suoi, le sue (riferito a un its oggetto o animale) our il nostro, la nostra, i nostri, le nostre your il vostro, la vostra, i vostri, le vostre their il loro, la loro, i loro, le loro

Grammar round-up 13 Completa con le parole nel riquadro. How • am • I • my • you • Who • from • old She • you • We • are • is Julie Steph

Julie Steph Julie

Ricorda che: • in inglese i possessivi concordano sempre con il possessore, non con la cosa posseduta: Molly and her backpack = Molly e il suo zaino Zac and his mother = Zac e sua madre

Rose Steph Julie

Grammar Bank, p. 232

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Steph Rose

Sottolinea l’alternativa corretta. 1 2 3 4 5 6

They’re from the USA. Their / Our family is American. I’m Claire and her / my friend is Janine. Paul and Samantha are in their / his class. We are French: France is your / our country. George and her / his family are in Morocco. Dear friends, welcome to my / their blog. Hi Philip, where is your / his backpack?

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12

Is this your backpack, Tom? (you) _____ favourite school subject is Maths. (I) _____ best friend is Freddie in class 1T2. (he) Is _____ teacher Miss Smith this year? (we) _____ pencil case is blue. (she) _____ memory sticks are different. (they)

Pronunciation: Intonation in questions 15 1.26 Ascolta le seguenti domande: l’intonazione sale o scende? 1 2 3 4 5

Translation Traduci in italiano. 1 2 3 4

Luis and Bella are from the USA. My backpack isn’t blue and white. Are your pens on the desk? Where is Laura? Is she in class 2A?

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Completa il post di Charlie su Justin Timberlake. Who is my favourite pop star? Justin Timberlake! He’s 1_______ the USA, so he 2_________ American. 3________ ’s his full name? It’s Justin Randall Timberlake. My favourite song is ‘Can’t Stop the Feeling!’ from the film Trolls, 4_________ ’s fantastic! 5________ is 6_______ birthday? On 31st January, just like me!

11 Completa le frasi con gli aggettivi possessivi. 1 2 3 4 5

Hi, I am Julie and 1________ am from France. Hi Julie, 2________ name’s Steph and I’m 3 ________ Germany. So, 4________ you French? Yes, I am. 5_______ old are you, Steph? I’m fourteen years 6_______ and you? I’m thirteen. This is my friend Rose. 7 ________ is from France, too. Hi Steph, nice to meet 8_________. Nice to meet you too. Are 9_______ in the same class? 10  ________ are in year 3 but not in same class. I’m in 3B and she 11_______ in 3A. 12  ________ is your favourite teacher? Mr Severn. He’s so cool!

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What’s your name? How old are you? When’s your birthday? Who’s your Science teacher? Where are you from? 1.26

Riascolta e ripeti. Pronunciation Workshop, p. 156 Keep It Simple, p. 127


Welcome to my vlog! Video Workshop Episode 1 • Place: Leila’s home • Situation: Leila’s introduces herself and her favourite things

Focus on VIDEO 1 Guarda e ascolta Leila fare lo spelling del suo nome completo. Scrivi il suo cognome. Name: Leila Surname: __ __ __ __ __ __

2 Guarda di nuovo e completa il factfile su Leila.

Leila’s favourites Favourite colour Favourite singer Favourite animal Best friend Lucky number

__________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________

competenza digitale; spirito di iniziativa

3

Ora ascolta un estratto del video e completalo con le parole mancanti. 1.27

My name’s Leila Morris, I’m 13 years 1________ and I’m 2________ London, the capital of the United Kingdom. I’m British-Moroccan because my dad is 3 ________, but my mum is 4________. She’s from Casablanca, in Morocco. What else… my favourite 5 ________ is blue, my favourite animal is the tiger – tigers 6________ very strong! My favourite singer is… Ed Sheeran! And my best 7________ is Molly, sweet Molly! Oh!, and six is my lucky 8________!

Speaking 4 ES T Task – Saying something about

yourself  Usa il testo di Leila come modello e prepara una breve presentazione su di te da condividere con i compagni. • My name’s… • I’m… years old. • My favourite…

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Life & Language Skills Before you read 1 Pairwork Leggete velocemente i brani e trovate: 1 2 3 4

Reading competences

il nome di una città ________________ due materie scolastiche ______________ and ______________ il nome di due nazioni ______________ and ______________ tre colori _____________, _____________ and _____________

Reading 2 Leggi il testo e completa la tabella.

Cercare informazioni specifiche • Non cercare di capire ogni parola del testo, non è necessario per svolgere il compito. • Scorri il testo e sottolinea tutte le parole che ti sembrano pertinenti alla domanda. • Rileggi le parole e assicurati che rispondano tutte alla domanda posta.

What’s important in your life? Send your photos to Blogspace Favourites!

Hi, I’m Jake. I’m thirteen years old. I’m crazy about music and it’s my favourite school subject. What’s my favourite thing? It’s my blue smartphone! Why? Because all of my music, photos and videos are on it. It’s my life! My favourite colour is red, like the sun in the evening. And you, what’s your favourite thing?

Hi, I’m Molly. Who’s this? She’s my best friend, Leila. We’re from London. We ♥ fashion! Our favourite school subject is Art. My favourite colour is green, but Leila’s favourite color is pink. What’s my favourite thing? It’s my blue backpack – it’s awesome! Why? Because it’s from America! Leila’s favourite thing is her pink wallet. It’s from France.

Jake ♥ Favourite thing Favourite colour

Molly

Leila

New Words fashion awesome crazy about life

_____________ bellissimo pazzo per _____________

3 Correggi le frasi. 1 2 3

Molly and Leila are from America. Molly and Leila are from London. Their favourite subject is Music. 4 Jake is twelve years old. Their favourite colour is blue. 5 His smartphone is green. Leila’s wallet is American. 6 His favourite subject is Photography.

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1 Listening 4 1.28 INV Robbie è appassionato di libri e si iscrive al Book Club della sua scuola. Ascolta l’intervista e sottolinea le informazioni esatte.

1 Name rdon A  Robert ‘Robbie’ Go bertson B  Gordon ‘Robbie’ Ro 5 Favourite author A  J.K. Rowling B  Jeff Kinney C  Roald Dahl

2 Age A  12 years old B  13 years old C  14 years old

3 Nationality A British B Irish C American

t 4 Favourite subjec A English B Music C History

things in life 6 Important ends A  books, music and fri animals B  books, friends and d music C  books, animals an

Writing 5 Che cosa conta nella tua vita? Completa il post usando l’esercizio 2 come modello.

What’s important in your life? Hi, I’m 1_____________ from 2_____________ in 3_____________. I ♥ 4_____________ and my favourite school subject is 5_____________. What’s my favourite thing? It’s my 6_____________ (colour) 7_____________ (thing). Why is it my favourite? Because 8_____________.

Spoken Interaction 6 Pairwork Vi piacerebbe iscrivervi a un club della vostra scuola? A turno, scegliete dall’elenco e intervistatevi. Aiutatevi con i suggerimenti dati.

Book Club • Music Club • History Club • Sports Club

• Favourite author • Favourite singer / band • Favourite historic age • Favourite sports person What’s your name? My name’s Silvia. How old are you? I’m 12 years old. Who’s your favourite...

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2

Friends & Family

Zac

Molly

Jake

Ben

Sophie

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Vocabulary & Video Focus on words: Physical

appearance (1) 1 1.29 Osserva le foto e completa le descrizioni dei ragazzi. Poi ascolta, controlla e ripeti.

2

Focus on VIDEO :This is me 5 Guarda il video senza audio e completa le descrizioni.

blue • green • black • brown • blonde • red • blond Molly long, blonde hair 1 Zac _____________ eyes 2 Leila medium-length, _____________ hair 3 Jake short, _____________ hair 4 Ben _____________ eyes 5 Sophie _____________ eyes and _____________ hair

2

1.30

Ascolta le descrizioni dei capelli e ripeti.

1 straight hair

2 wavy hair

1 This is Tim. He’s 45. His _____________ is short and black and his eyes are brown. 2 This is Louise. She’s 42. Her hair is long and blonde. Her _____________ are blue. 3 Ellis is 12. His hair is short and _____________ and his eyes are green. 4 Olivia is 9. Her hair is long and _____________ and her eyes are brown.

3 curly hair

6 4 long

5 medium-length 6 short

3 Osserva nuovamente le foto della pagina accanto e scrivi i nomi dei ragazzi. 1 2 3

His hair is short and wavy. Jake Her hair is medium-length and straight. ________ His hair is not very short. It’s curly. ________ Her hair is medium-length and wavy. ________

Guarda di nuovo il video e controlla.

Talk about it 7 Pairwork Pensate a una persona della classe e descrivetela al vostro compagno. Riuscite a indovinare di chi si tratta? She’s 11. Her hair is long and brown. Her eyes are blue. Giulia?

4 Trova le persone della tua classe con queste

Yes!

caratteristiche. Poi scrivi i loro nomi. 1 2 3 4

She’s got short hair. ____________________ He’s got long hair. ____________________ He’s got blue eyes. ____________________ She’s got brown eyes. ____________________

Mini Dictionary, p. 9

Keep It Simple, p. 128

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Reading He’s got black hair Focus on words: Physical appearance (2) 1 Abbina le immagini (A-F) alle parole (1-6). B tall 1 □ 4 □ short (height)

A

2 5

B

□ plump □ thin

3 6

C

D

□ long □ short (hair)

E

F

Focus on texts 2 1.31 Leggi e ascolta il testo. Poi scrivi i nomi dei personaggi cinematografici.

Meet the characters  e’s an English actor. He’s got black hair H and a beard. In this photo he is Gollum, a creature from The Lord of the Rings. He’s very small and thin, he hasn’t got hair and his blue eyes are enormous: he’s not very good-looking! What colour hair has he got? Well, Gollum hasn’t got hair!

1

________________

Andy Serkis

2

 he’s a famous actress from the S USA. In real life she’s got blonde hair and blue eyes. She’s not very tall. For her role as the Black Widow in the film Avengers: Age of Ultron she’s got green eyes and red hair. She’s very different but very pretty! New Words

Scarlett Johansson

________________

3 INV Leggi di nuovo il testo e scegli l’opzione corretta (A, B o C). 1 Andy Serkis… A has got black hair. 2 Gollum is… A an actor. 3 Scarlett Johansson is… A tall. 32 thir t y-t wo

B hasn’t got hair. B enormous. B from England.

beard _____________ good-looking _____________ pretty carina C has got blond hair. C an animated film character. C blonde. Keep It Simple, p. 128

Mini Dictionary, p. 9


2 4

Abbina le immagini (A-D) alle parole (1-4). Poi ascolta, controlla e ripeti. 1.32

C glasses 1 □ 3 □ braces A

2 4

□ a beard □ freckles

B

5 Sottolinea l’alternativa corretta. 1 2 3 4 5

My mum has / have got red hair. Has / Have your sisters got blue eyes? Our Geography teacher has / have got a beard. I haven’t / hasn’t got braces this year. Have / Has Rick and Harry got freckles? You haven’t / hasn’t got short hair.

6 Pairwork A turno, rispondete alle domande. 1 2 3 4 5 C

Has your best friend got black hair? No, he hasn’t. He’s got brown hair. What colour eyes has your mum got? Have you got long hair? Has your English teacher got glasses? Who has got freckles in your class? What colour hair have you got?

D

Talk about it 7 Role play Lo studente A disegna una persona e la colora, poi la descrive allo studente B che deve disegnarla. Confrontate i due disegni. Sono gli stessi? Poi scambiatevi i ruoli.

have / has got What are they for? Si usa have / has got (= avere) per parlare dell’aspetto fisico. Si usa has got per la terza persona singolare (he, she, it), have got per tutte le altre persone. Show me. She’s got blonde hair and blue eyes. What colour hair has he got? Gollum hasn’t got hair ! Sottolinea altri esempi di have / has got nel testo dell’esercizio 2.

Keep It Simple, p. 129

consapevolezza ed espressione culturale

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Dialogue Work Nice to meet you Focus on words: The Family 1 1.33 Osserva l’albero genealogico di Jake e completalo. Poi ascolta, controlla e ripeti. brother • grandmother • father • sister • mother • uncle • cousin (x2) • grandfather • aunt

John _________ Mike _________

Jake

Betty _________

Clare _________

Amy sister

Nick _________

Chris ________

Simon _________

Susan _________

Sarah ________

Focus on dialogues 2 1.34 Leggi e ascolta il dialogo. Chi arriva dall’America? Jake What time is it? Mum It’s a quarter past ten. Is the plane here? Er... Yes, it is. Look. Dad Mum Those people are American. Is that Zac? Has he got short, brown hair? Jake Yes, he has! Hey, Zac! Nice to see you. How are you? Zac Hi, Jake. I’m good, thanks. Jake This is my mum, Clare, and this is my dad, Mike. Mum Hello, Zac. Welcome to the UK. Nice to meet you. Zac Thanks, Mrs Robertson. Nice to meet you too.

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_____________ guarda valigia

Dad Is this Zac’s bag, Jake? Jake I’m not sure. Have you got two bags, Zac? Zac No, I haven’t. I’ve just got my backpack. Jake Whose is this suitcase then? Dad Has it got a name on it? Jake Yes, it has. ‘Sophie Richards.’ Zac Oh yes, it’s my friend Sophie’s suitcase! Her suitcase is red. Keep It Simple, p. 130

Mini Dictionary, p. 8


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INV Leggi e ascolta di nuovo il dialogo. Scegli l’opzione corretta (A, B o C). 1.34

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The time is… A 10.45. B 10.15. C Zac has got… A long, brown hair. B short, brown hair. C long, red hair. Clare is _____________ mum. A Zac’s. B Sophie’s. C Zac has got… A one bag. B two bags. C Sophie’s suitcase is… A red. B black. C

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Jake’s. no bags. brown.

Possessive ’s and whose What are they for? Per esprimere il possesso, si aggiunge ’s al nome del possessore. Si usa whose per domandare a chi appartiene qualcosa. Show me. Is this Zac’s bag? Whose is this suitcase? It’s my friend Sophie’s suitcase!

4 Riscrivi le frasi aggiungendo ‘s. 1 2 3 4 5

This / is / Monica / smartphone. This is Monica’s smartphone. She / isn’t / Sophie / sister. Have / you / got / Jake / telephone number / ? They / aren’t / the teacher / glasses. Has / Sam / got / Jake / headphones / ? Is / your brother / backpack / blue / ?

5 Groupwork A gruppi di 4, mettete sul banco

Focus on functions Incontrarsi e presentare altre persone Hey/Hi, Zac! Nice to see you. How are you? Hi, Jake. I’m good, thanks. This is my Dad, Clare. Hello, Zac. Nice to meet you. Thanks, Mrs Robertson. Nice to meet you too.

6 ES Completa i dialoghi con le frasi corrette. 1 2

Rob Tom Sandra Olivia

Sandra, this is my brother, Tom. Hi Sandra, ___________________ ____________________________ Hi Sophie, nice to see you. How are you? Sophie _____________________________ 3 Mr Smith Leo, this is your new teacher, Mr Turner. Mr Turner Hello, Leo. Welcome to my History class. Leo _____________________________

Talk about it 7 Role play A gruppi di 3, presentatevi usando il

dialogo come modello, inserendo i vostri nomi nelle parti mancanti. A Hi _______________, nice to see you. How are you? B Hi, _______________. I’m good, thanks. A This is my friend _______________. C Hello, _______________. Nice to meet you. B Hello, _____________. It’s nice to meet you too.

due oggetti ciascuno. Mischiateli, poi fate domande e date risposte. Whose is this ruler?

It’s Marco’s ruler. And whose is this pencil case ?

Keep It Simple, p. 131

It’s Valentina’s pencil case.

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Grammar Workshop Il verbo have got

VIDEO VIDEO MAP

Osserva gli esempi: I’ve got brown eyes. = Ho gli occhi castani. He’s got brown eyes. = Ha gli occhi castani. Forma affermativa Estesa I have got you have got he / she / it has got we / you / they have got

Ricorda che in italiano got non si traduce.

Forma negativa Contratta Estesa I’ve got I have not you’ve got you have not he / she / it’s got he / she / it has not we / you / they’ve got we / you / they have not

Forma interrogativa Have I Have you Has he / she / it Have we / you / they

got? got? got? got?

Risposte brevi Yes, you have. Yes, I have. Yes, he / she / it has. Yes, we / you / they have.

Contratta I haven’t got you haven’t got he / she / it hasn’t got we / you / they haven’t got No, you haven’t. No, I haven’t. No, he / she / it hasn’t. No, we / you / they haven’t. Grammar Bank, pp. 233-234

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Completa le frasi con have got / has got.

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I have got short, brown hair. 1 They _____________ black hair. 2 You _____________ cool glasses. 3 My sister _____________ freckles. 4 They _____________ two English friends. 5 We _____________ three suitcases. 6 Peter _____________ two sisters.

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Riscrivi le frasi dell’esercizio 1 alla forma contratta.

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Completa le frasi con haven’t got / hasn’t got. We haven’t got long hair. 1 I _____________ braces. 2 He _____________ glasses. 3 She _____________ a blue backpack. 4 They _____________ suitcases. 5 You _____________ brothers or sisters. 6 It _____________ a name on it.

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got / the / James / Has / photos / ? Has James got the photos? Have / braces / got / you / ? I / got / a / History teacher / Have / new / ? grandfather / your / a / got / beard / Has / ? suitcases / their / they / got / Have / ? Has / sister / your / got / hair / long / ? Abbina le domande alle risposte brevi.

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I’ve got short, brown hair.

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Riordina le parole e scrivi le domande.

Have I got long hair? Have we got freckles in the family? Has your dad got a beard? Have they got blonde hair? Has your sister got blue eyes?

a □ No, he hasn’t. 1 No, you haven’t. b □ c □ Yes, they have. d □ Yes, we have. e □ Yes, she has.

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Ascolta e controlla.

Keep It Simple, p. 131


2 Il genitivo sassone

VIDEO

Osserva gli esempi: Rob’s suitcase la valigia

di Rob

the teachers’ room l’aula

degli insegnanti

Attenzione La s preceduta da apostrofo può essere: • la terza persona del verbo essere (= is): Terry’s from London. = Terry è di Londra. • la terza persona del verbo avere (= has): Terry’s got glasses. = Terry ha gli occhiali. • il genitivo sassone: Terry’s sister is pretty. = La sorella di Terry è carina.

• In inglese, il nome del possessore precede sempre l’oggetto posseduto. • Per fare una domanda e per sapere a chi appartiene qualcosa usiamo whose. Osserva l’esempio:

‘Whose is this backpack?’ = “Di chi è questo zaino?” ‘It’s Jake’s backpack.’ = “È lo zaino di Jake.” Grammar Bank, pp. 234

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This is Catherine tablet. This is Catherine’s tablet. She is Richard sister. That isn’t Mum suitcase. Who has got Jim backpack? I haven’t got Joan telephone number. Have you got Patrick headphones? Where’s Dad computer? It’s Valentina wallet. Gordon’s got Paula bicycle.

Scrivi se ’s corrisponde a is, has o al genitivo sassone. He’s my cousin Said. is Tom’s got a new backpack. __________ Jeremy’s hair is blond. __________ Who’s the girl with a red bag? __________ Georgia’s sisters have got glasses. __________ Where are your brother’s keys? __________ My uncle Tom’s got a big car. __________ A ‘Whose’s the red car in the garage? __________ B ‘It’s uncle David’s car.’ _____ , _____ 8 Sandrine’s got a pet rabbit. __________ 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

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Osserva l’immagine. Fai domande con Whose is e Whose are. Poi rispondi.

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the suitcase ‘Whose is the suitcase?’ ‘It’s Tim’s.’ 1 t he backpack ___________________________? ____________________________________ 2 the glasses ____________________________? ____________________________________ 3 the smartphone _________________________? ____________________________________ 4 the books _____________________________? ____________________________________ 5 the red jeans ____________________________? ____________________________________ 6 the blue jeans __________________________? ____________________________________ thir t y-seven 37


Grammar Workshop Il plurale dei nomi La forma plurale si ottiene aggiungendo -s al nome singolare. one book ➝ two books a grey dolphin ➝ three grey dolphins Variazioni ortografiche class + es watch + es fox + es country + ies wolf + ves Plurali irregolari child man, woman person mouse foot fish sheep

classes watches foxes countries wolves children men, women people mice feet fish sheep Grammar Bank, pp. 233

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Riscrivi queste parole al plurale.

Grammar round-up 13 K Completa con l’opzione corretta (A, B o C).

Meet the Foster family! They’re 1_____________. This is Paul. He’s Matt and Amy’s father. He 2 _____________ tall and he 3_____________ got short, brown hair and blue eyes. This is Louise. She’s Matt and Amy’s mother. She’s short and thin. She’s 4 _____________ long, black hair and her eyes are green. Matt and Amy 5_____________ Paul and Louise’s children. Amy is 11. She’s got short, brown hair and her eyes 6_____________ blue. Her brother Matt is 9. He’s got black hair and green eyes. 1 2 3 4 5 6

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bus passes Leggi le frasi e sottolinea il nome corretto: singolare o plurale? 1 2 3 4 5

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The three person / people in the classroom are teachers. My two pen / pens are in the pencil case. Spain is a European country / countries. The child / children in the photo are my brothers. Emma and Diego are my friend / friends. Your foot / feet are very big! Translation Traduci in italiano.

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I haven’t got a brother. Is Eric’s skateboard black and yellow? Whose is the blue backpack? My dad’s name’s George.

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Leggi il testo e completalo. Kate Here’s a photo of the students in my class. Greg Who’s that boy? Kate His name’s León. He’s Spanish. Greg He 1_____________ very short hair! Kate Yes, he 2_____________ ! And he 3 _____________ very big glasses too! Greg Is that girl your friend Linda? 4 ____________ she ________ black hair? Kate No, she 5_____________. Greg No? What colour hair 6_____________ she __________? Kate She 7_____________ long, red hair. That’s Linda in the photo with me. We 8 ___________ both __________ freckles!

bus pass • child • pen • woman • kiss • baby • box shelf • person • family • match • policeman

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Pronunciation: The sound /h/ 15 1.36 Ascolta la pronuncia del suono /h/ in queste parole.

/h/ hair he his has hotel her

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Ascolta di nuovo e ripeti. Pronunciation, p. 156


Who’s pretty? Video Workshop A

Episode 2

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• Place: at school • Situation: Jake and Leila talk about their favourite celebrities and their physical appearance

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Focus on VIDEO 1 Conosci questi personaggi famosi? Abbina le immagini ai loro nomi. Poi guarda il video e controlla le tue risposte.

□ Katy Perry □ Jack Black 2

□ Harry Styles □ Jennifer Lawrence

Guarda di nuovo il video e completa la tabella. Jake

Leila

Famous boy Description Famous girl Description

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Ascolta la registrazione del video e indica (✓) se le frasi sono vere (T) o false (F). 1.37

1 Jennifer Lawrence is British. 2 She isn’t tall. 3 Harry Styles has got long hair. 4 Katy Perry is an actress. 5 Jack Black is an actor. 6 He’s tall and good-looking. spirito di iniziativa; competenza digitale

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Intvw. Who is pretty in your opinion, Leila? Leila Er… probably Katy Perry, the pop star. She’s got black 1_____________ but her 2 _____________ are blue. She’s very 3 _____________. Intvw. And which boy is 4_____________, do you think? Leila Well, he isn’t good-looking really, but I love Jack Black! Intvw. Jack Black the American actor?! Leila Yes. He’s 5_____________ and a bit 6 _____________, but he’s got lovely brown eyes and he’s very funny!

Speaking 5 ES Task – Describing someone Descrivi due

personaggi famosi (un uomo e una donna) che reputi attraenti usando gli aggettivi indicati.

• aggettivi per descrivere l’aspetto fisico • aggettivi per descrivere il colore e la lunghezza dei capelli • aggettivi per descrivere il colore degli occhi Focus on digital • Scarica e salva le foto dei tuoi personaggi e mostrale alla classe. thir t y-nine 39


Life & Language Skills Before you read 1 Leggi velocemente il testo sulla pagina web della famiglia di Sam. Quante persone ne fanno parte?

The Watson Family Album Moments together

New photos in our gallery…

Family diary week of September 22nd Day

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Sunday

2.00 p.m.

Katie’s birthday party!!

Monday Tuesday

1 All the family in our garden – Mum, Dad, Sam and Katie.

Our new cousin, Rose. She’s just four weeks old. She’s got brown hair like Uncle Peter and brown eyes like her mum, Auntie Susan. She’s adorable.

11.00 a.m. Dad’s dentist 5.00 p.m. appointment Sam’s Maths lesson

Wednesday 4.30 p.m.

Katie’s piano lesson

Thursday

7.30 p.m.

Mum’s yoga class

9.30 a.m.

Sam’s football match

Friday Saturday

Katie’s birthday wish list

2 Christmas in our house.

✔ new headphones ✔ a backpack for school ✔ black jeans ✔ a cat (please, Mum?)

The cake for Katie’s birthday on Sunday! (Thanks, Mum!)

New Words

3M  other’s Day presents for our fantastic mum, Kirsten. Love you, Mum!

George, our dog, at Easter!

presents just like cake

_____________ appena come _____________

Reading 2 K INV Leggi di nuovo il testo e indica (✓) se le frasi sono vere (T) o false (F). 1 Kirsten is Katie’s sister. 2 Susan is Rose’s mother. 3 Katie has got one brother, George. 4 The cake is for Christmas. 40 for t y

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T F 5 Katie’s birthday is on Sunday. □ □ 6 Sam has got a judo lesson on Thursday. □ □ 7 Sam’s football match is at 7.30 on Saturday. □ □ 8 Sam’s dad has got an appointment with the dentist. □ □


2 Listening 3 1.39 INV Ascolta il dialogo. Quale di queste immagini corrisponde alla famiglia di Olivia?

A

Writing Writing competences La punteggiatura • In inglese, la lettera maiuscola (capital letter) si usa non soltanto all’inizio di una frase, ma anche per i nomi propri, le nazionalità, i giorni della settimana e le materie scolastiche. The cake for Katie’s birthday on Sunday! Sam’s Maths lesson. • Si usa il punto (full stop) quando termina una frase. She’s adorable. • Si usa la virgola (comma) per separare le parole di un elenco. I’ve got a notebook, a pencil case, a calculator and a ruler.

5 Leggi il testo su questa famiglia famosa e

aggiungi la punteggiatura (19 interventi totali). 1 2 3 4 5

B

this is the griffin family peter and lois griffin are the father and mother lois is thin and she’s got red hair their children are meg chris and stewie the baby their dog’s name is brian

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K INV Ascolta di nuovo il dialogo e scegli l’opzione corretta (A, B o C). 1.39

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Olivia’s sister is… A tall. B plump. C pretty. Olivia’s mum has got… A blonde hair. B glasses. C brown eyes. Olivia and her brother have got… A brown hair and eyes. B blond hair and blue eyes. C beards. Olivia’s dad has got… A freckles. B glasses. C a beard. imparare a imparare

Spoken Interaction 6 Pairwork Disegna l’albero genealogico della tua famiglia e descrivilo al tuo compagno. Poi scambiatevi i ruoli. Mariangela is my mother. She’s 48 and she’s very pretty. I’ve got one sister, Luisa.

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Progress Check Grammar 1 Scegli l’opzione corretta A, B, C o D). 1 Elephants _______ big and grey. A is B are C am D aren’t 2 _______ is your birthday? A Where B What C Who D When 3 Susan is my friend. _______ favourite colour is blue. A His B Her C Their D Our 4 My uncle has got two _______. A children B childs C child D baby 5 My brothers ______ tall and thin. A have got B is C are D isn’t 6 ______ you got a brother in my class? A Has B Have C Is D Are 7 Karen’s ______ long, red hair. A has B got C have D is 8 My mum and I ______ got blue eyes. A hasn’t B aren’t C haven’t D has 9 Have you got ______ backpack? A Jim’s B Jims’ C Jim D Jims 10 ______ is the red backpack? A Who’s B Who C Whose D Whos 42 for t y-t wo

2 Riscrivi le frasi alla forma affermativa (+),

negativa (-) o interrogativa (?). Usa la forma contratta dove possibile. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

They aren’t students. (+) They’re students. She’s 13 years old. (?) Sam is Spanish. (-) Neil and Jordan aren’t at school. (?) You’re from Greece. (-) Giraffes aren’t tall. (+) London’s in the United Kingdom. (?) Geography isn’t at 10. (+) Her birthday is in March. (?)

3 Completa le frasi con la forma contratta

affermativa (✓) o negativa (✗) del verbo have got.

Fiona has got three sisters. (✓) 1 I ________ one brother. (✗) 2 They _______ a new skateboard. (✗) 3 We ________ a new art teacher. (✓) 4 Joshua and Tom ________ new mobile phones. (✓) 5 My dad _________ a new car. (✗) 6 Your sister _________ a new boyfriend. (✓) 7 Mark’s mother ________ a new scooter. (✗) 8 He _________ brown hair. (✓)

4 Sottolinea l’alternativa corretta. My sister’s / sisters’ name is Anna. 1 Where / Who is your school? 2 They’re / Their cousin is Romanian. 3 My / I have got a computer. 4 Have you got / You have got a dog? 5 You are / have my best friend. 6 Has / Is your mum 45 years old? 7 Whose / Who is this mobile phone? 8 We are sisters. Our / Their names are Stella and Agnes.


1-2 7 Trova dieci nomi di parentela.

Vocabulary 5 Completa la tabella. Country Great Britain 1 __________________ France Spain 4 __________________ Ecuador Russia 7 __________________ 8 __________________

Nationality British Australian 2 __________________ 3 __________________ Chinese 5 __________________ 6 __________________ German American

6 Scrivi le parole nell’insieme corrispondente. beard • ruler • plump • pencil case glasses • grandfather • sister • Maths • uncle rubber • Music • aunt • P.E. • dictionary Art • Geography • long • tall • cousin • exercise book School equipment

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Functions 8 ES Incontrarsi e presentare altre persone

Segui le istruzioni e scrivi il dialogo tra Rob e Ben.

Rob saluta il suo amico Ben e gli chiede come sta. __________________ __________________ __________________

Rob presenta sua madre a Ben. __________________ __________________ Physical appearance

Family La madre di Rob lo saluta e risponde che le fa piacere conoscerlo. __________________ __________________ __________________

Ben risponde al saluto di Rob, gli dice che sta bene e lo ringrazia. __________________ __________________ __________________

Ben la saluta e le dice che gli fa piacere conoscerla. __________________ __________________ __________________

Now you’re ready for the digital final check!

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