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Liebe Schülerin! Lieber Schüler! Dein drittes Jahr in der NMS oder AHS hast du geschafft und es hat hoffentlich Spaß gemacht! Damit du die vierte Klasse mit dem guten Gefühl beginnen kannst, in Englisch super vorbereitet zu sein, gibt es das Ferienheft „Locker Aufsteigen“! Du kannst den Stoff der 3. Klasse damit nochmals üben und festigen. Damit es in den Ferien aber nicht allzu „schulisch“ zugeht und der Spaß nicht zu kurz kommt, haben wir uns interessante Themen einfallen lassen, die Übungen möglichst abwechslungsreich gestaltet und viele spannende Quizfragen und Rätsel eingebaut. Die Kapitel sind jeweils in drei Abschnitte eingeteilt: „Do you remember?“ ist die Aufwärmphase, im Abschnitt „Practice“ vertiefst du die Lerninhalte nochmals und „For Whiz Kids“ ist für diejenigen unter euch, die Herausforderungen lieben. Wer dann auch noch den Progress Check am Ende gut meistert, ist ein Profi im Umgang mit dem Lernstoff der 3. Klasse! Für Momente, in denen du vielleicht doch nochmal gern einen Blick auf die eine oder andere Regel oder einen Merksatz werfen willst, haben wir diese in QR-Codes „verpackt“, die du mit deinem Smartphone einscannen kannst (Apps findest du in deinem Apple/AndroidStore). Der Link führt dich zum PDF mit den zur jeweiligen Übung gehörigen Regeln aus den „Aufsteigen“-Bänden. Falls du kein Smartphone hast, findest du alle PDFs auch auf unserer Website (www.ggverlag.at) – klicke auf den Button „Unterrichtsmaterial“ und suche unter „Locker Aufsteigen“ den Band, den du brauchst, sowie die dazugehörige Datei. Ein Lösungsheft zur Selbstkontrolle liegt natürlich auch bei! Außerdem haben wir jeweils einige Übungen pro Kapitel ausgesucht, bei denen du eintragen kannst, wie viele Punkte du erreicht hast. Wenn du alle diese erreichten Punkte am Ende zusammenzählst, kannst du dein Können bewerten und hinten im Heft nachlesen, wie „fit“ du für die 4. Klasse bist. „Locker Aufsteigen in Englisch 3“ bereitet dich aber nicht nur bestens aufs nächste Schuljahr vor, es hilft dir auch beim Erreichen der Bildungsstandards in den Bereichen Lesen und Schreiben. Wir wünschen dir viel Spaß bei den Übungen und schöne Ferien! Vielleicht kannst du ja, wenn du in den Ferien in England, Amerika, Kanada, Australien oder Neuseeland bist, dein Wissen gleich praktisch anwenden!

Astrid Berger und Gabriele Broniowski


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Session 1 – Exploring the American West

Session 1 – Exploring the American West Do you remember?

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Match the words and phrases that mean the same: trip

sandy area by the sea

hot

a place where you can stay while travelling

holidays

chips

plane

journey

swim

a place used for camping

beach

to go from one place to another

fries

extremely warm

travel

vacation

hotel

aircraft

campsite

to move through water by moving your arms and legs

Find the two missing forms of the verbs: present tense

past tense

past participle

present tense

take

find

lose

know

catch

leave

sell

do

past tense

past participle

Practice

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Read the text, then do the true/false exercise: Native Americans have lived in what is now the United States for thousands of years, long before Europeans went there. Today they only make up about 1% of the total population. Why? Starting in the 17th century more and more European settlers came and drove the Native Americans off their land. The white settlers also brought new diseases that killed many Native Americans. The first settlers stayed on the east coast. In the middle of the 18th century people started to move west of the Mississippi River and the Rocky Mountains. The first people who moved west were people who caught animals and sold their skins. They were called fur traders and trappers. In 1804 President Thomas Jefferson asked Meriwether Lewis and William Clark to explore what is now the central and western United States. They left St Louis in 1804 with a group of 33. The group reached the Pacific in 1806, seeing much of the west on the way and writing down what they saw. By the 1840ies many people were moving to Oregon by wagon, and even more people went west after the California Gold Rush of 1849. During this time Native Americans were pushed off their land. There were 240 Native American tribes who spoke 300 different languages.


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The Native Americans did not believe that anyone could own land. They believed the land was there for everyone to use and enjoy. After the Civil War (1861-1865) people continued to move west where new states were founded. People could get free land in the west because of a law called the Homestead Act. Many people who travelled West wanted to start a new life and they were not afraid of adventures. true

false

1. The Europeans were the first settlers in the United States. 2. The different Native American tribes spoke 300 languages. 3. Lewis and Clark started their journey in 1806. 4. Lewis and Clark never reached the Pacific. 5. The American Civil War took place from 1861-1865. 6. In 1849 many people went to California to find gold. 7. The Homestead Act made it difficult for people to get land.

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Fill in: some, any, somebody, anybody, somewhere, anything 1. Many people who moved west did not have in the west was like. 2.

idea what life

people hoped to become rich in California. Native Americans.

3. During their trip west Lewis and Clark met

about the Native Americans

4. Most settlers did not know who lived in the west. 5.

people died on the way to the west. for days.

6. On their way west the new settlers did not meet

who could talk to the Native Americans.

7. The train company needed 8. In the 19th century people heard that

in California you could find gold. Native American tribes?” my teacher asked.

9. “Do you know the names of

in the Rocky Mountains there is an old ghost town.

10.

Use the correct forms of can, may, must (present and past tense):

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1. The people who settled in the west work hard to survive.

(must, not) live on reservations

2. Nowadays Native Americans but some do.

(can) see the famous Golden Gate Bridge.

3. In San Francisco you 4. The Native Americans believed that you 5. The members of the wagon train the camp. It was too dangerous. 6.

(must)

(can, not) own land. (may, not) leave

(may) I watch the movie ‘Dances with Wolves’? Tim asked his dad.

7. Mum, 8. Even today Native Americans

(can) you tell me how to pronounce the word ‘Sioux’? (must) fight for their rights.


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Session 2 – Talking about Music

Practice

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Fill in the correct form of the present tense: 1. I really

(like) music but I (you/like) that kind of music?

techno. 2. Sandy, what’s that terrible noise?

(only/listen) to music!

But mum, I That

(not/be) music!! (not/like) heavy metal!

Just because you 3. Sorry, I I

(not/can) go to the cinema with you now. (practice) for the concert. (only/listen) to classical music but today

4. Tim usually he

(listen) to reggae music. (Sarah/do)?

5. Look, what

(try) to do belly dancing!

Don’t tell me she

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(not like)

Fill in the correct form of the past tense: 1. Yesterday I When I

(be) at an incredible concert of Mumford and Sons. (arrive) a lot of people

(wait) (play) everybody

in front of the concert hall. While they (sing) along or

(dance) to

the music. There 2. What the shot? – I 3. Last Sunday I Many friends

(be) so many people! (you/do) when you (just/have) dinner with my friends. (be) at my best friend’s birthday party. (come) and

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(bring) (sing) “Happy Birthday” and

a lot of nice presents. We Sally

(hear)

(cut) the birthday cake.

Fill in the correct form of the adjective or adverb: 1. Paul plays the trumpet very He is a 2. My sister was her laptop. 3. Mia looks It must have been

(good). (real) talented musician. (terrible) angry with me because I had taken (beautiful) in this dress. (extreme) expensive.

4. When I arrived at the conference the chairman greeted me

(friendly).


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5. Tim looked at his friend to do the shopping.

(angry). George had forgotten (hard) know his wife. I only met her once.

6. I 7. I like this fruit juice, it tastes

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(nice).

Match the sentence halves: is a loud instrument. a famous rock band. sold out. sure people hear the band. is not easy. an opera by Mozart.

1. Playing the piano 2. The sound engineer makes 3. The trumpet 4. “The Magic Flute” is 5. The Rolling Stones are 6. Unfortunately the concert was

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Fill in the correct forms of the verbs (Present, Past, Future): “What

(you/do) at the moment?, Peter wanted

to know. “Nothing special”, Tom

(say). (be) at your place in ten minutes then,” Peter

“Great, I

(answer). A quarter of an hour later Tom

(just/play) a computer game (ring). Tom

when the doorbell (open) the door and the two friends “

(go) into his room.

(you/know) what Sally

(do) after school (must) go home quickly because my

today?” Peter asked. “No, I

(wait) with my lunch”, Tom said.

mum

(hate) our

“Well, it’s crazy! You know how she

(go) to

German teacher. So, after the last lesson she his bicycle and when nobody

(look) she

(open) the bicycle valve (Fahrradventil). When Mr. Brown (want) to ride home on his bicycle (have) a flat tyre.

he

(see) that it

He

(be) so angry, people

(can) hear him

screaming in their classrooms!” Peter said. “What a crazy thing to do”, Tom answered. “I wonder what

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(happen) tomorrow!”

Make a poster about your favourite singer/band. (Write short texts, cut out pictures, etc.)


Session 3 – Getting around in London

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6. The train to Hampton Court Palace leaves 7. Put your Oyster Card

your pocket and don’t lose it!

8. Let’s go to Covent Garden 9. We got stuck in a traffic jam

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Waterloo.

bus! the way

Heathrow airport.

Which verb forms go together? ate

thrown

thought

driven

flew

shaken

took

eaten

drove

brought

brought

flown

threw

taken

shook

thought

Use the correct present perfect of the verbs given: 1. I 2. She

(never/ be) inside the Globe Theatre. (never/ go) to Greenwich by boat.

3. How did you like Buckingham Palace? – Well, I (not visit) Buckingham Palace yet. (you/ever/spend) a day at the British Museum?

4.

(just/buy) some cool trainers

5. What’s in that bag? – I on Oxford Street. 6.

(you/ever/take) the Metropolitan Line to Uxbridge? (not see) the London Dungeon yet!

7. What a pity that you

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Look for a London Underground map on the Internet. Then match the colours and the Underground Lines. Circle Metropolitan Jubilee District Victoria Bakerloo Northern Central Piccadilly Hammersmith&City


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Session 3 – Getting around in London

Use present perfect or past tense: 1. Yesterday we 2. I 3. Mark

(go) to the Tower of London. (never/walk) across Tower Bridge. (take) a dictionary with him when

he

(go) to London last summer but

he

(not need) it.

4. When Sally

(be) in London in August she (not wear) them yet.

(buy) some new shoes. She 5. The Shard but I 6. Mark

(be) open for visitors since February 2013 (not be) to the top yet. (fly) to London in July and (stay) in a nice hotel near the Tower.

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Write an e-mail:

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In the holidays you spent a week in London with your family. In an e-mail tell a friend what you did and saw while you were in London (± 120 words)

Do you know the sights? 1. It’s the London home of the British Kings and Queens. 2. People go there to look at the Crown Jewels, the Beefeaters and the famous ravens. 3. If you love to be scared – this is the place to go! 4. This building is famous for the Whispering Gallery.


Session 4 – Talking about Movies

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Session 4 – Talking about Movies Do you remember?

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Jumbled words: Find out the correct words. scfestecaiefpl ctoar mnecai ecudpror itcreord tlrehilr blstcrokube steewnr ctkite

Practice

2

Read the text and decide if the sentences are true or false: Johnny Depp John Christopher Depp was born in 1963 in Kentucky. His childhood was difficult and Johnny was a shy boy. His mother bought him a guitar when he was 12. At the age of fifteen he dropped out of school because he wanted to become a rock musician. He was not very successful at becoming a rock star. In 1983 he married Lori Allison, a Hollywood make-up artist. She introduced him to the actor Nicolas Cage, who encouraged him to take up acting. Depp made his film debut the following year with a role in “A Nightmare on Elm Street”. This was the first of many successful films. Today Depp is one of Hollywood’s top earners. Depp’s marriage ended in divorce in 1985. He had love affairs with celebrities including actress Winona Ryder and supermodel Kate Moss. In 1998 he met Vanessa Paradis with whom he has two children. Depp says his children mean everything to him and have given him deep love. Depp and Paradis ended their relationship in June 2012. Depp has appeared in some very popular movies. All of his roles have been very different. He played Willy Wonka in “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and Captain Jack Sparrow in the “Pirates of the Caribbean”. Although some of his films have been extremely successful Depp says he only chooses films that he finds personally interesting and not those that might be a commercial success. true false 1. The early years of Johnny’s life were very happy. 2. First he wanted to be a rock star. 3. Today Depp is happily married to Lori Allison. 4. He lives in Kentucky. 5. Depp always plays the same sort of character. 6. Many of his films have been very successful.


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Session 4 – Talking about Movies

Fill in the correct form of the present perfect: 1. I

(never/see) such a boring film before! (just/buy) tickets for the new Disney movie.

2. Dad 3. Let’s not watch that DVD. I “Pirates of the Caribbean“.

(already/see) (you/ever/leave) the cinema before the film was over?

4.

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Fill in for or since: 1. The Millers have lived here

ten years. 2009.

2. I haven’t been to Paris

the invention of photography.

3. A lot of things have changed

twenty minutes now. Let’s go.

4. We have been waiting

many years now.

5. Steven Spielberg has been making movies 6. My mother has not been to the cinema

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last Christmas.

Write sentences with for or since using present perfect: 1. We/have/our car/4 years.

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2. I/have/this problem/one week.

3. Our uncle/live/in that flat/May.

4. Sandra/not see/her parents/last year.

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Fill in Past or Present Perfect: “I think I

(lose) my mobile phone. I can’t remember when I last (see) it. Some minutes ago I

(want) to call my friend and my phone

(not/be) there.”

“Maybe it is somewhere in your flat.” “No, I “ “No, he

(look) for it everywhere but it is gone.” (you/already/ask) your brother?” (leave) three hours ago and I only (discover) later that it was not there.”


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Session 6 – Enjoying California

Underline the correct word or words: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

I’m sure I’ve heard/been hearing that song before. You have written/been writing that letter for half an hour now. How long is it going to take you? Tom has already invited/been inviting his parents to lunch. Our friends haven’t arrived/been arriving yet. Have you played/been playing that computer game since this morning?

Fill in the words in the box: already

for

ever

since

1. I haven’t seen the new Disney film

never

been stung by a jellyfish? he was 5 years old.

3. Paul has been learning English

20 minutes.

4. I have been waiting for Tina

been to Venice. Is it worth seeing?

6. I don’t want to go to the Picasso exhibition. I’ve 7. Give me another five minutes. I’ve only

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. Is it funny?

2. Have you

5. We have

just

seen it. finished eating.

Finish the if-sentences: If I had a lot of money,

.

If I lived in San Francisco,

.

My teacher would be really angry if

.

What would you do if

?

If I were a film star, I

.

Would it be okay if

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My trip to California. Write an e-mail to your friend telling him/her about your trip.

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Fill in the correct forms of the verbs: 1. Do you think I should try bungee jumping? – Well, if I (not/do) it.

I 2. My mother always

(get) angry if I forget to lock the door. (help) you if you ask him in a friendly way.

3. I’m sure he

(can) decide?

4. What would you do if you 5. If your brother your homework.

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„Locker Aufsteigen“ wendet sich an Schülerinnen und Schüler, die fit und souverän die neue Klasse beginnen wollen.

„Locker Aufsteigen“ bietet:

• Die wichtigsten Themen des Lernstoffs aus dem abgelaufenen Schuljahr (österreichischer Lehrplan) • Unterhaltsame, kompetenzorientierte Inhalte und Formate • QR-Codes mit weiterführenden Erklärungen bei etwaigen Wissenslücken • Trendiges, farbiges Layout mit Cartoon-Illustrationen • Punktesystem zur Bewertung des eigenen Könnens • Herausnehmbares Lösungsheft

RPLAN

LEH ER

Locker

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Dieser Band ist in 12 Kapitel unterteilt, die den Lernstoff der 3. Klasse AHS/NMS

Im Anschluss an die Kapitel gibt es einen kurzen Wissens-Check-up!

€ 9,95

ISBN 978-3-7074-1618-3

Die Reihe wird fortgesetzt! www.ggverlag.at

if-sentences und active/passive wiederholt und das Textverständnis gefördert.

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Dadurch werden Schwerpunkte wie tenses, adjective/adverb, prepositions,

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in abwechslungsreiche Übungen zu Themen wie und „Solving a criminal case“ verpacken.

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Locker Aufsteigen – Englisch 3. Klasse

„Exploring the American West“, „Talking about movies“, „Helping the environment“

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für den ist diese sinnvoll-vergnügliche Ferienreihe genau richtig!

E N G L I S C H – F ER I E N

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Locker Aufsteigen in Englisch 3  

Lustig Englisch lernen in den Ferien für die 2. Klasse AHS/NMS.

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