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ЕНГЛЕСКИ ЈЕЗИК ЗА 4. РАЗРЕД ОСНОВНЕ ШКОЛЕ

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ЧЕТВРТА ГОДИНА УЧЕЊА


Елвира Саваи Лара Штамбук

УЏБЕНИК ЕНГЛЕСКИ ЈЕЗИК ЗА 4. РАЗРЕД ОСНОВНЕ ШКОЛЕ ЧЕТВРТА ГОДИНА УЧЕЊА ГЛАВНИ УРЕДНИК Проф. др Бошко Влаховић

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ПРЕДМЕТНИ УРЕДНИK Наталија Кантар

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ОДГОВОРНИ УРЕДНИК Доц. др Наташа Филиповић

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ИЛУСТРАЦИЈЕ Марија Поповић

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ДИЗАЈН Биљана Савић

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УЏБЕНИК ЕНГЛЕСКИ ЈЕЗИК ЗА 4. РАЗРЕД ОСНОВНЕ ШКОЛЕ ЧЕТВРТА ГОДИНА УЧЕЊА

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SURNAME: YEAR: SCHOOL:


CONTENTS UNIT

TOPIC

WELCOME BACK

Revision

1 LET’S PLAY!

games

LANGUAGE p. 6–7 TO BE imperative; personal pronouns; prepositions of place; plural of nouns

1A Let’s play! 1B Where is Crunchy? 1C Where are they? 1D Homework 1E The Cans 1F Culture Tips

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2A At the museum 2B Places in a town 2C The British Museum 2D Homework 2E The Cans 2F Culture Tips

COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES there is/there are; plural of nouns

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2 AT THE MUSEUM

places in a town; clothes; interests

p. 8 p. 9 p. 10 p. 11 p. 12 p. 13

telling the time; activities; school subjects

3 MATHS CLASS

PRESENT CONTINUOUS numbers 20–100

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3A Maths class 3B Numbers 3C What time is it? 3D Homework 3E The Cans 3F Culture Tips

4 AT THE OLYMPICS

5 ON AN EXCURSION

sports; feelings; geography

5A On an excursion 5B Family tree 5C Jobs 5D Homework 5E The Cans 5F Culture Tips

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p. 20 p. 21 p. 22 p. 23 p. 24 p. 25 PRESENT CONTINUOUS this/these, that/those; ordinal numbers 1st–10th

4A At the Olympics 4B Sports 4C Crunchy is the first 4D Homework 4E The Cans 4F Culture Tips family; jobs; body parts; farm animals

p. 14 p. 15 p. 16 p. 17 p. 18 p. 19

p. 26 p. 27 p. 28 p. 29 p. 30 p. 31 HAVE GOT; CAN

p. 32 p. 33 p. 34 p. 35 p. 36 p. 37


UNIT

TOPIC

LANGUAGE

6 THE ANIMAL KINGDOM

wild animals

PRESENT CONTINUOUS PRESENT SIMPLE plural of nouns

6A The animal kingdom 6B Wild animals 6C Do you know this? 6D Homework 6E The Cans 6F Culture Tips

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7A At the supermarket 7B I like to eat 7C Does Pete like spinach? 7D Homework 7E The Cans 7F Culture Tips months; seasons; celebrations; measures

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8 AT A BIRTHDAY PARTY

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p. p. p. p. p. p.

44 45 46 47 48 49

p. p. p. p. p. p.

50 51 52 53 54 55

PRESENT SIMPLE ordinal numbers 11th–30th

8A At a birthday party 8B Months and seasons 8C Celebrations 8D Homework 8E The Cans 8F Culture Tips

9 KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!

38 39 40 41 42 43

PRESENT SIMPLE a/an/some/any; plural of nouns

food; birthday presents

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7 AT THE SUPERMARKET

p. p. p. p. p. p.

days; summer activities; means of transport; planet Earth

9A Keep up the good work! 9B The Day Camp Timetable 9C By train or by bus? 9D Homework 9E The Cans 9F Culture Tips

PRESENT CONTINUOUS PRESENT SIMPLE WH-questions

p. 56 p. 57 p. 58 p. 59 p. 60 p. 61

HALLOWEEN

p. 62–63

SAINT VALENTINE’S DAY

p. 64–65

WORDLIST

p. 66

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WELCOME BACK Look at the picture and talk about it.

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Listen and sing The Alphabet Song.

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Track 1

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Now I know my ABCs next time won't you sing with me?

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LET’S PLAY! 1

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Listen and read. Then act.

Where is everyone?

Oh, they’re in the garden. They are playing a game. Here I come! 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1.

Let’s play hide and seek!

Ok!

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Let’s run everybody!

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Yes! Jimmy, you’re IT!

Ready or not, here I come!

Hmm...

Where’s Pete?

Aagh!

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Aagh! Anna, you’re behind the tree!

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Where’s Anna? She isn’t in the box.

Yes, I am. Where’s Emma? She isn’t in the tree.

He isn’t under the table. Yes, I am.

Pete, you’re on the doghouse!

Yes, I am. Ok! Anna, you’re IT now!

Aagh! She’s next to the fountain! Emma, you’re next to the fountain!

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What about me, Jimmy? Look! I’m in front of you.


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Where is Crunchy? Track 4

Listen, point and say.

behind

next to

Read and remember. BUT

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girl – girls

boy – boys

cat– cats

man – men

woman – women

child – children

Make sentences.

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The woman The man The boy The girl The cat

The women The men The boys The girls The children The cats

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in front of

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opposite the restaurant. in front of the supermarket. under the table. next to the post box. on the cupboard. in the street. in the garden. behind the chair. in front of the bookshop. in front of the school. in the tree.

Listen and say the chant.

Let’s hide under our desks! Lets’ sit on our chairs! Let’s hide behind the door! Let’s lie down on the floor!

Let’s sit next to each other! Let’s stand in front of the blackboard! Let’s sit opposite the cupboard! Stop! Let’s not hide anymore!

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Where are they? 6

Make sentences.

1 He is

2 They are

3 She is

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4 They are

5 The cupboard is

Look at exercise 6 and say what’s wrong.

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Look at the picture and answer the questions. Then work in pairs.

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The boy is in front of the house. The women are opposite the table. The girl is behind the tree. The children are next to each other. The cupboard is under the bed.

1 Is the boy behind the tree? 2 Is the cat under the chair? 3 Is the man in front of the fountain? 4 Is the girl opposite the house? 5 Are the children under the tree? 6 Is the woman in the street?

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Yes, he is. Yes, it is. Yes, he is. Yes, she is. Yes, they are. Yes, she is.

No, he isn’t. No, it isn’t. No, he isn’t. No, she isn’t. No, they aren’t. No, she isn’t.


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9 Read.

Anna and Emma’s favourite game is hopscotch, but that’s for girls. My favourite game is skateboarding, but Pete is too young for it. His favourite

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game is running with spoons

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and eggs. He’s our baby so we

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let him win.

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Read and say true or false.

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1 Emma’s favourite game is hopscotch. 2 Anna’s favourite game is running with spoons and eggs. 3 Pete is too old for skateboarding. 4 Jimmy’s favourite game is skateboarding.

Now make sentences.

It’s warm and sunny.

It’s cold and rainy.

It’s snowing.

It’s warm and sunny. Let’s play hide and seek. play chess

play cards

make a snowman

play hide and seek

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The Cans 12

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Listen and read. Then act.

It’s a lovely afternoon. The Cans are at home. The children want to play a game and have fun.

What a lovely day!

Let’s play the sack race!

Yes! Mum, where are our sacks?

I think they’re under your bed. Are they in the wardrobe?

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No, they aren’t.

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Here they are! They’re on top of the wardrobe!

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No, they aren’t.

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Are you all ready?

I’m the winner!

Ready, steady, go!

Where’s Dad?

Oops!

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Look! He’s in the bush!


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Mrs Brown's culture tips

Read.

Games are very popular in England. Children like to play them at birthday parties.

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The Chocolate Game ● Sit in a circle and roll the dice one by one. When you get a ‘six’, shout 'SIX' and give the dice to the child next to you. Put on a hat, sunglasses and gloves very quickly. Cut the chocolate with a knife and a fork and eat it. When your friend rolls a ‘six’, then you stop. Take off the hat, sunglasses and gloves and give them over to your friend. Carry on until there is no more chocolate!

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Pin the Tail on the Donkey ● Draw a donkey. Separate the donkey’s tail from its body. Put Blu Tack at the end of the tail. Hang the body on a wall. Blindfold the person, spin him or her three times and ask him or her to place the tail on the donkey in the correct place. The person with the donkey’s tail closest to the correct position is the winner.

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Apple Bobbing ● Hang apples from strings and try to catch them with your teeth as they swing or put apples in a tub full of water and try to catch them with your teeth as they float.

Answer the questions and then work in pairs.

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1 What do English children like to do at birthday parties? a) eat apples b) eat chocolate c) play games

2 What do you need for the Chocolate Game besides the chocolate? a) a dice, a hat, sunglasses, gloves, a fork, a knife b) a dice, a blindfold, a fork, a knife c) a dice and counters

3 What do you need for Pin the Tail on the Donkey? a) a picture of a donkey, a dice, counters b) a picture of a donkey, a blindfold, a fork, a knife c) a picture of a donkey, a blindfold, Blu Tack 4 What do you need for Apple Bobbing? a) a dice, apples, strings b) apples, strings or a tub of water c) apples, a blindfold, a tub of water

PROJECT Answer the questions: What is your favourite game at birthday parties? What are the rules? Draw it or find photos of children playing it.

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AT THE MUSEUM 1

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Listen and read. Then act.

It’s a map. Let me show you.

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What’s that, Jimmy?

That’s the bank.

This here is the library.

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What’s this?

It’s the art gallery.

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I see. What’s this next to the art gallery?

That’s the museum.

And what’s that, opposite the post office?

Is that the place where the old things are?

Let’s go to the museum, please!

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Yes, it is.

OK. But let’s ask Mum and Dad first.


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Places in a town Track 8

Listen, point and say.

a post office

a cinema

a park

a library

a bank

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a museum

a flower shop

an art gallery

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Look at the picture and say true or false.

4 There are two girls behind the flower shop.

2 There is a cinema opposite the bank.

5 There are two dogs in the park.

3 There is a boy in front of the post office.

6 There are three children in front of the art gallery.

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1 There is a library next to the museum.

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Track 9

Listen and sing the song.

The wheels on the bus go round and round, Round and round. Round and round. The wheels on the bus go round and round, All through the town. The people on the bus go up and down, Up and down. Up and down. The people on the bus go up and down, All through the town.

The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep, Beep, beep, beep. Beep, beep, beep. The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep, All through the town.

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The British Museum 5

Track 10

Listen, point and say.

mummy (30 BC)

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shield (12 BC)

sword (10 BC)

coins (700 AD)

Read and remember.

Track 11

Listen and read.

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BC means Before Christ, a very long time ago. AD stands for Anno Domini from Latin and it means in the new era.

The Browns are at the British Museum. It is an amazing place! Let’s have a look. Let’s see the coins!

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Let’s go HOME!!!

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No! Let’s see the shields and swords!

Let’s see the mummies!

Read and remember.

old / older / the oldest

young / younger / the youngest

small / smaller / the smallest

BUT large / larger / the largest

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big / bigger / the biggest

funny / funnier / the funniest

Listen, read and say.

1 The coin is old.

The coin is not very big.

2 The shield is older.

The shield is bigger.

3 The mummy is the oldest.

The mummy is the biggest.


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Read.

The British Museum is a fantastic place to visit. It is the oldest museum in the world. There are coins, swords, helmets, shields... Pete is crazy about them. There are

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mummies at the museum

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too. The mummies are very old. They are older than

These old things tell many interesting stories about the

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the shields and the coins.

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Read and say true or false.

1 The British Museum is the oldest museum in the world. 2 Pete loves to look at the swords, shields and helmets. 3 The mummies are very old. 4 The coins are older than the mummies. 5 The stories about the past are not interesting.

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Read and remember. coin – coins

sword – swords

helmet – helmets

shield – shields

BUT: mummy – mummies

baby – babies

story – stories

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The Cans 13

Track 13

Listen and read. Then act.

Mrs Can, Tina and Tin are shopping online.

Oh. Let’s see! How about this green T-shirt?

Mum, my T-shirt is too small.

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Yes, it’s perfect.

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Oh, dear. Yes, it is too small. And so is that red skirt.

Hmm. How about these ones?

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Mum, my shorts are too old.

Wow! Look at this purple dress for me. It’s fantastic!

OK! Let’s order!

What’s this?

Yes, they’re cool! £10 for a T-shirt! £8 for a skirt! £9 for a pair of shorts. £14 for a dress! That’s too expensive!

Ooops! We’re in trouble.

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Read.

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Welcome to the Natural History Museum in London. This is the skeleton of a blue whale. There are many fun facts about this huge animal. The grown-up blue whale weighs up to 150 tons. It is the biggest animal on Earth. It’s bigger than a dinosaur. The blue whale is longer than three buses. Its heart is very large, larger than a car. What’s even funnier, females are usually bigger than males! The biggest animals on Earth eat very small creatures called krill . They eat up to 40 million of krill every day. Blue whales make one of the loudest calls on our planet. You can hear them for hundreds of kilometres across the oceans. But these beautiful ocean animals are in danger! Let’s help them!

Read and answer the questions. Work in pairs. At the museum.

At the library.

2 What are they looking at?

At the mummy.

At the skeleton.

3 Is the blue whale the largest animal on Earth?

Yes, it is.

No, it isn’t.

4 Is the heart of a blue whale bigger than three buses?

Yes, it is.

No, it isn’t.

5 Are female whales smaller than male whales?

Yes, they are.

No, they aren’t.

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1 Where are the children?

6 What can we do to save the blue whale?

PROJECT Find some fun facts about an animal that you like. Answer the questions: Where does it live? What does it eat? How big / small is it? What is unique / interesting about the animal? Is it in danger? Draw the animal or find photos.

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MATHS CLASS 1

Track 14

Listen and read. Then act.

We are at school. Jimmy and his friends are having a Maths class. I’m learning Maths too. Why is she writing funny things on the blackboard?

Why are are they Why they writing? writing?

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Be quiet, Crunchy! I am listening to the teacher.

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OK! Why is she writing numbers?

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She is teaching us Maths.

20 x 3 is?

60! 60! 60!

Hush!

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Sh e is w ri ti ng nu m be rs .

20x4= 20x5=

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Why are they shouting?

Hush, Crunchy! Crunchy, what are you doing? STOP IT! I’m teaching you Maths.

What’s so funny? Why are you laughing?

Oh, no! What’s this?

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Numbers 2

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20

twenty

Listen, point and say.

30 thirty

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40 forty

50

60

fifty

sixty

70

seventy

80

eighty

90 100

ninety

a hundred

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Look and say true or false.

1 The men in front of number fifty are talking.

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2 The women in front of number thirty are singing. 3 The dogs are sleeping in front of number forty. 4 The cats are sleeping in front of number eighty. 5 The boy in front of number sixty is drinking lemonade. 6 The girl in front of number ninety is eating an apple.

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Track 16

Listen and sing the song.

Are you sleeping, Are you sleeping, Brother John? Brother John? Morning bells are ringing, Morning bells are ringing, Ding ding dong. Ding ding dong.

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What time is it? Track 17

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Listen, point and say.

It’s...

eight o’clock

a quarter past eight

a quarter to eight

half past eight

five past eight

ten to eight

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Make sentences.

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It’s 8 o’clock. Crunchy is sitting on the bed.

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Look at the clocks and answer the question. Then work in pairs.

What time is it? It’s twenty-two to eight.

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Read.

This is my timetable. It’s a long week.

from 9:10 to 10:15

English

from 10:15 to 10:30 from 10:30 to 10:45 from 10:45 to 12:15

Maths Maths

from 12:15 to 1:15 from 1:15 to 3:15

History History

WEDNESDAY

Move it in the morning* English English PE Assembly Break Maths Maths PE Maths Maths French Lunch Geography Science Maths Geography Science English

FRIDAY

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*Move it in the morning - a morning exercise before school starts

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Twenty-five classes a week. Phew!

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THURSDAY

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MONDAY

Read and say true or false.

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1 Jimmy’s English class on Monday is from 9:10 to 10:15. 2 Jimmy’s Maths class on Thursday is from 1:15 to 3:15. 3 Jimmy’s Geography class is on Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:15. 4 Jimmy’s PE classes are on Friday.

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5 Jimmy’s Science class on Wednesday is from 10:45 to 12:15. Read and make sentences.

Serbian French German Music Art

The children in the picture are having an English class. They are speaking English. speaking writing reading singing drawing

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The Cans are going to the Opera. Mrs Can is getting dressed. Mr Can is waiting for her. She isn’t ready yet.

Listen and read. Then act.

Hurry up! It’s 7:23!

Where are you going, Mum?

Just a minute. I’m putting on my dress. We’re going to the Opera. Dad is walking up and down the stairs.

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Just a minute. I’m putting on my shoes.

Hurry up, dear! It’s 7:32!

Here I am.

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Are you ready? It's a quarter to eight!

It’s 7:58! We are late.

Aagh!

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Let’s go home. It's a quarter past eight.


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Look and read.

It’s 8:30. The children are running with spoons and eggs.

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It’s a Sports Day in our school today.

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It’s 9:15. The children are playing the sack race.

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It’s 10 o’clock. The children are having a break.

It’s 3 o’clock. The children are having a break for lunch.

It’s 11:15. The boys are playing cricket.

Answer the questions and work in pairs.

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It’s 1:45. The girls are playing rounders.

It’s 4 o’clock. We are having a party.

1 What are the children in picture one doing? a) They’re running with spoons and eggs. b) They’re playing the sack race. c) They’re going to school.

3 What are the boys in picture four doing? a) They’re having a break for lunch. b) They’re playing cricket. c) They’re playing rounders.

2 What are children in picture two doing? a) They’re playing the sack race. b) They’re playing cricket. c) They’re having a party.

4 What are the girls in picture five doing? a) They’re playing rounders. b) They’re playing the sack race. c) They’re having a break.

PROJECT Draw a picture of a Sports Day. Describe the picture. Answer the questions: What is the weather like? What are you and your friends doing? Which games / sports are you playing?

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AT THE OLYMPICS 1

Track 20

Listen and read. Then act.

Come on, Spencer!

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The Browns are at home watching the Olympic Games. They are very excited. They are watching a basketball match. Great Britain is playing Russia.

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79:79. Two more minutes. Spencer is running to the hoop. James is passing the ball to Spencer.

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Watch out! He’s behind you!

Spencer is dribbling. Spencer is passing the ball to Robinson. Robinson is shooting the ball and...

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Who is behind me?

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Not you. Him.

Well done, boys! It’s 81:79 for Great Britain.

Yes! Well done! What a great match!

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a scoooore!!! Go, Lio ns, go!

Why are you calling them Lions?


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Sports

2 martial arts

6 handball

9 volleyball

10 fencing

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7 golf

11 hockey

4 basketball

8 swimming

12 athletics

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3 badminton

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1 cycling

Listen, point and say.

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Read and remember.

DO She is doing gymnastics / athletics.

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PLAY They are playing handball / badminton. WITHOUT DO OR PLAY He is cycling / fencing.

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Look at the pictures 1–12 and make sentences. What are they doing?

Look, read and remember.

This girl is swimming.

That girl is swimming.

These boys are fencing.

Those boys are fencing.

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Crunchy is the first Track 22

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Listen and read.

Gold goes to the USA. The gymnast from the USA is in the first place. Silver goes to China. The gymnast from China is in the second place. Bronze goes to Russia. The gymnast from Russia is in the third place.

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Read and remember. 1st – first 6th – sixth

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2nd – second 7th – seventh

4th – fourth 9th – ninth 5th – fifth 10th – tenth

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3rd – third 8th – eighth

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Look at the picture and make sentences.

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Crunchy is the first.

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scared

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Listen, point in the picture and say. angry

happy

proud

clever

tired

worried

sad

Read.

Crunchy is scared. He thinks Winston is chasing him. Winston is proud. Anna and Emma are happy. Mr Can is sad. Willy is tired. Wilma is angry. Mrs Can is worried.

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I am reading a newspaper article about the Olympic Games. The Olympic Games or the Olympics take place every four years in a different country. The Olympic flag has got five rings. The blue ring stands for Europe. The black ring stands for Africa. The red ring stands for America. The yellow ring stands for Asia

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proud. The games can now

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the Olympic flame. He is very

Read and say true or false.

1 Jimmy is reading a book about basketball.

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2 The Olympics take place every year.

3 The Olympic flag has got five squares. 4 Each ring represents one continent. 5 The Olympic flame is burning so the Games can start.

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The blue ring stands for ...

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Listen and read. Then act.

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The Cans are on holiday in the Lake District National Park.

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No, it is the third highest mountain. Let’s go to Scafell.

I’m taking my hiking boots.

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Scafell is the second highest.

Let’s go hiking in the mountains. But let’s climb the highest one.

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That’s a great idea! Helvellyn is the highest mountain in England, isn’t it?

Where are we going today?

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I think Scafell Pike is the highest one, right?

I’m taking my camera.

Let’s take our jackets and hats. It is cooler in the mountains. And we need a map.

I am taking food and water.

That’s right.

Get your rucksacks.

Look! They are skydiving. Let’s go skydiving, please!

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We are doing a geography project. This is a map of the United Kingdom of Great Britain. The girls are marking the capital city – London and other cities – Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland, Cardiff, the capital of Wales and Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland. They are also marking the longest rivers: the Trent, the Thames and the Severn. The boys are marking the three highest mountains in England: Helvellyn, Scafell and Scafell Pike. Jimmy is drawing some of the biggest lakes in the UK: Windermere in England and Loch Ness in Scotland which is famous for its monster. It’s great fun to do projects together and learn more about our country.

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Mrs Br c ul tur own et i

Read and answer the questions. Then work in pairs.

1 What are they doing?

2 What are the girls marking on the map? 3 What are the boys marking on the map? 4 What is Scafell Pike? 5 What is the Thames? 6 What is Windermere?

PROJECT Draw a map of Serbia. Mark the capital city of Serbia and other important cities / towns, the highest mountains, the longest rivers, the biggest lakes on the map. Answer the questions: What is the capital of Serbia? What are other important cities / towns in Serbia? What are the highest mountains in Serbia? What are the longest rivers and the biggest lakes in Serbia? Why do you love your country? Find information on the Internet.

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5A

ON AN EXCURSION 1

Track 26

Listen and read. Then act.

Oops, the teacher is coming. Wow she’s got a nice dress. I hope she can’t hear me.

It’s Saturday today. We’re going on a trip. Jimmy’s got a new camera. Good morning, Miss!

Wow! You’ve got a nice camera.

om

Let me count you! ... 45, 46, 47, 48. OK! We’re all here. Let’s go!

Cheese!

pr

We’re stopping here, children.

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Ha, ha! I’ve got red eyes and I haven’t got one

Thank you. Say: ’Cheese!’

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Good morning, children!

ear!

This is the London Eye. Let’s have a ride!

Ed

Wow! We can see the whole city! Pardon? I can’t hear you. This is great!

Jimmy, I can’t see. HELP! LATER

Two to my grandparents, one to Mum, Dad, Anna and Pete...

Who are you sending the postcards to, Jimmy?

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one to my uncle Ben, aunt Sally and cousin Paul...

one to my uncle Oops! I haven’t got a George, aunt Linda pen. Have you got a pen? and my cousins Mary and Mark.

Yes, I have. Here you are.

Thank you.


5B

Family tree 2

Track 27

Listen, point and say.

Jimmy

cousin Paul

aunt Sally

Anna

Pete

uncle Ben

cousin Mark cousin Mary

aunt Linda Mum

uncle George

om

o

Dad

grandfather grandmother

Track 28

pr

3

grandfather grandmother

Listen, read and say.

4

Ed

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Pete: I have got a brother and a sister. I’ve got a brother and a sister. Mum: You have got a brother and a sister. You’ve got a brother and a sister. Jimmy: Dad has got a sister. He’s got a sister. Anna: Mum has got a brother. She’s got a brother. Dad: Mrs Brown and I have got three children. We’ve got three children. Dad: My parents have got two children, my sister Linda and me. They’ve got two children. Play the game. Work in pairs.

He’s tall. He’s got black hair and green eyes.

Marko!

Yes! Now you try! She’s short. She’s got short blond hair and brown eyes. Milica!

5

Track 29

Yes, now you try! Listen and say the chant.

Touch your head! Touch your eyes! Touch your mouth and your nose! Touch your stomach! Touch your legs! Touch your feet and your toes! Touch your arm! Touch your hand! Touch your finger and your clothes!

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5C

Jobs Track 30

6

Listen, point and say.

a mechanic

a doctor

a nurse

an artist

a teacher

om

o

a cook

pr

a hairdresser

a policeman

a plumber Track 31

uk a

7

an engineer an actor / an actress

Listen and read.

Ed

Aunt Sally is a cook. She can cook well. Aunt Linda is a hairdresser. She can cut people’s hair. Mum is a teacher. She can teach children. Uncle Ben is a mechanic. He can fix cars. Uncle George is a plumber. He can fix taps. Dad is a doctor. He can cure people.

8

Play the game. Work in pairs. cook

cure people

cut people’s hair draw plans

give injections

Can you cook? Can you cure people? I know. You’re a doctor.

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fix cars

teach act

No, I can’t. Yes, I can. Yes, now you try!

draw

fix taps


9

5D

Read.

My favourite cousin is Paul. He’s sixteen. He’s tall and he’s got black hair and blue eyes. He can do karate very well. He’s got forty-seven medals. Nineteen silver medals and twenty-eight gold ones. And of course, he’s got a girlfriend. Her name is Wendy. She’s sixteen too. She’s tall and she’s got blond hair and green

Read and say true or false.

Ed

10

uk a

pr

om

o

eyes. She can do gymnastics very well.

1 Paul is Jimmy’s uncle. 2 Paul is sixteen.

3 He can do karate very well. 4 He’s got twenty-three medals. 5 He’s got nineteen silver medals. 6 He’s got forty-seven gold medals. 7 Wendy is Paul’s sister.

11

Read and make sentences.

My cousin can do karate very well. play football

play basketball

do judo

do gymnastics

swim

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5E

The Cans 12

The Cans are visiting their relatives. They’ve got a farm in a small village. They’ve got a lot of animals.

Listen and read. Then act.

Track 32

Aunt Melanie! Hello!

Hello! How are you?

Fine, thanks.

om

They’re feeding the animals.

uk a

pr

Where are Uncle Henry and Sandra?

o

Fine thanks, how are you?

Ed

We must help them feed the animals.

Mooooooooo!

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Look, Tina! They’ve got pigs, cows and goats too.

A goat! It’s got cute eyes and it’s looking at me. I can’t go now.

But, Tina, it isn’t...

Ha, ha, ha! It’s a cow!

Oops! Hello, cow. Ha, ha, ha!


13

Mrs Br c ul tur own et i

Read.

14

uk a

pr

om

o

's p s

In England we call a policeman a Bobby. Policemen have got uniforms. They’ve got white shirts, dark blue uniforms and tall hats or caps. London City police have got a red and white check on their caps. You can sometimes see policemen riding horses. They can help people in trouble, they can catch criminals and they can control the traffic.

5F

Make correct sentences.

Ed

1 In England we call a policeman a … a) Billy b) Bobby c) Ben 2 They’ve got … a) dark blue uniforms

b) dark green uniforms

3 London City police have got … on their caps. a) red and yellow checks b) red and white checks 4 You can sometimes see a policeman … a) riding a bicycle b) riding a horse

c) red uniforms c) black and white checks

c) riding a scooter

PROJECT Choose a favourite job and draw a picture of a person doing it. The person can be a family member. Answer the questions: What is the person’s job? What has he / she got? What can he / she do? Why do you like that job?

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6A

THE ANIMAL KINGDOM 1

Track 34

Listen and read. Then act.

Is it hot in Africa?

They live in Africa.

Yes, it is. It’s very hot. Especially during the day.

Here. Elephants live about 60 to 70 years.

Ed

uk a

pr

How long do they live?

om

o

Mum, where do elephants live?

I’m not sure. Let’s check online.

Do they sleep?

What do they eat?

They eat fruit, grass and bark.

They sleep about 4 hours at night. Which reminds me... It’s bed time. Don’t forget to brush your teeth! Good night. Good night.

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6B

Wild animals 2

Track 35

a crocodile

a tiger

a snake

a bear

a chameleon

3

Read and remember.

Listen, point and say.

a fox

a wolf

a lion

a shark

a fox – foxes

Read. How long do they live? a crocodile

a hippo

a wolf – wolves

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4

BUT

a giraffe

pr

a crocodile – crocodiles

om

o

a penguin

(70–75)

What do they eat? other animals

a fox (3–5) other animals (6–8)

Ed

a wolf

other animals

a lion

(10–14)

other animals

a tiger

(14–18)

other animals

a snake

(10–20)

other animals

a penguin

(15–20)

fish

a shark

(20–30)

fish, seals

a bear

(10–20)

fruit, insects, fish, other animals

a chameleon

(5–10)

fruit, insects

a giraffe (20–25) leaves a hippo (40–50) grass

5

Read again and make sentences. from - to Crocodiles live from 70 to 75 years. They eat other animals.

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6C

Do you know this? 6

Track 36

Listen and read.

This is a lion. The lion is sleeping. It sleeps from 16 to 20 hours a day and it is the laziest big cat in the world. Lions have got a mane. Older lions have got darker manes.

pr

om

o

This is a crocodile. The crocodile is hunting. Crocodiles are very dangerous animals. They have got 64 teeth. Their teeth are very sharp, but they don’t chew their food. They swallow it.

This is a penguin. The penguin is diving. Penguins are birds, but they can’t fly. They live in very cold places and they stay in groups to keep warm.

Read and say true or false.

Ed

7

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This is a chameleon. The chameleon is sitting in a tree. Chameleons change colour to show their feelings. They have got unusual eyes too. They can move both eyes in different directions at the same time.

1 Lions can sleep up to 20 hours a day. 2 Younger lions have got darker manes. 3 Crocodiles chew their food. 4 Chameleons haven’t got eyes. 5 Penguins can swim.

8

40

Read and make correct sentences. 1 A lion

a) doesn’t chew food.

2 A crocodile

b) don’t fly.

3 A chameleon

c) sleeps from16 to 20 hours a day.

4 A penguin

d) changes colour to show its feelings.

5 Penguins

e) lives in very cold places.


9

6D

Read.

I want to have a pet chameleon. I love the way it changes colours. Mum says I can’t. She says that wild animals live in the wild. Probably she’s right. I don’t want to live in a forest or in a desert, so wild animals probably don’t want to live in a house. Anyway, Anna doesn’t want a pet chameleon. She

o

says that we’ve got a

om

pet dog and we don’t need another pet. I

pr

think she’s scared of

Read and say true or false.

Ed

10

uk a

lizards. Girls!!!

1 Jimmy wants to have a pet chameleon. 2 Chameleons can change colour. 3 Jimmy’s mother says he can have a pet chameleon. 4 Anna wants a pet chameleon too. 5 Jimmy thinks Anna is scared of lizards.

11

Read the following sentences as positive () or negative ().

1 I can have a pet chameleon. () 2 Some animals don’t want to live in a house. () 3 She wants a pet chameleon. () 4 I don’t want to live in a desert. () 5 We want another pet. ()

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6E

The Cans 12

Track 37

Listen and read. Then act.

What’s the matter, Tina? Why are you upset?

And it’s dark and dangerous in the rainforest.

om

o

I am reading an article about parrots. It says that parrots live in the rainforest.

Yes, that’s right. But why are you upset? I don’t understand...

pr

OK. So? Parrots eat fruit, nuts and seeds.

Ed

uk a

But snakes live in the rainforest too.

I know. Wild cats, snakes, large birds like hawks and eagles... And they all eat parrots!

You’re right. A lot of animals live in the rainforest. But not always. Parrots have got strong beaks. They attack when they are in danger. Don’t worry, they can take care of themselves!

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13

Mrs Br c ul tur own et i

Read.

6F

Read and answer the questions. Then work in pairs.

Ed

14

uk a

pr

om

o

's p s

Do you know that the killer whale called ‘orca’ is actually a dolphin? These intelligent, black and white dolphins live in every ocean of the world. But one group of orcas live only in the UK waters. There are only eight of them. Four males and four females. Unfortunately, they are in great danger! These orcas can’t have babies because of toxic waste in the water. Hey humans, please stop making the oceans and the seas dirty!

1 What is an orca?

2 Where do orcas live?

3 Are there any orcas in British waters? 4 How many are there? 5 Why aren’t there any baby orcas?

PROJECT Do a project about wild animals that live in Serbia. Answer the questions: Which wild animals live in Serbia? What are they like? In which parts of Serbia do they live? What is interesting about the animals? Draw the animals or find photos.

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7A

AT THE SUPERMARKET 1

Track 39

Listen and read. Then act.

Every Saturday the Browns go shopping. There is a big supermarket in their street.

Let’s see! We need some meat, some vegetables... Do we need any sugar?

Mmm. I like spinach.

We don’t need any cheese. We’ve got some cheese at home.

We need some milk, some cream...

pr

I like cheese. There’s some cheese here!

om

o

Yes, we do. And we need some salt too.

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Yes! Jimmy likes pineapples.

Ed

I do!

There are some pineapples here. Who likes pineapples?

We need some socks too. Jimmy, you don’t need any socks.

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Crunchy, NO!


7B

I like to eat Track 40

Listen, point and say.

an apple

some sugar

some salt

a spoon Read and remember.

lemon– lemons apple– apples

some flour

a plate

a glass

an orange

some meat

some oil

a cup

tomato– tomatoes BUT

potato– potatoes

strawberry– strawberries

pineapple– pineapples

knife– knives

Ed

Track 41

some spinach

some milk

a knife

an egg

uk a

egg – eggs

4

some cheese

some apples

a fork

3

a lemon

o

a tomato

om

a pineapple

pr

2

Listen and sing the song.

I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas. I like to eat, eat, eat apples and bananas. I like to ate ate ate, aypples and baynaynays. I like to ate ate ate, aypples and baynaynays. I like to oot, oot, oot, oopples and boonoonoos. I like to oot, oot, oot, oopples and boonoonoos.

5

Look at the picture and make sentences. There is a tomato on the table.

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7C

Does Pete like spinach? Make sentences.

7

Answer the questions and then work in pairs. Yes, he does.

No, he doesn’t

2 Does Anna like lemons?

Yes, she does.

No, she doesn’t.

3 Does Anna like cheese?

Yes, she does.

No, she doesn’t.

4 Does Pete like fish?

Yes, he does.

No, he doesn’t.

5 Do you like tomatoes?

Yes, I do.

No, I don’t.

6 Do you like strawberries?

Yes, I do.

No, I don’t.

7 Do you like meat?

Yes, I do.

No, I don’t.

8 Do you like milk?

Yes, I do.

No, I don’t.

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1 Does Pete like spinach?

Ed

pr

om

o

6

8

Read and make sentences. cut

add

mix

sprinkle

serve

Anna’s tomato, egg and cheese salad 1 I cut a tomato and a boiled egg. 2 I add some cheese. 3 I mix the tomato, the egg and the cheese. 4 I sprinkle some lemon juice on it. 5 I serve the salad.

46

Anna cuts a tomato and a boiled egg. Anna ... Anna ... Anna ... Anna ...


9

7D

Read.

My grandmother makes the best pancakes ever. She puts the flour in a bowl. She adds some sugar, some salt, some milk, some water and an egg. She mixes it all. She fries them in a pan. That’s why we call them pancakes. She sprinkles some lemon juice with sugar

10

om pr

Ed

uk a

You need: some flour some sugar some salt some milk some water some oil a lemon an egg

o

and rolls them up. We love Granny’s pancakes.

Read and say true or false.

1 Jimmy’s granny fries pancakes in a bowl. 2 Jimmy’s granny sprinkles pancakes with lemon juice and sugar. 3 Jimmy doesn’t like granny’s pancakes. 4 You need some flour to make pancakes. 5 You don’t need any tomatoes to make pancakes.

11

Read and make sentences. jam

honey

chocolate cream

I like pancakes with …

cheese

fish

I don’t like pancakes with …

47


The Cans Listen and read. Then act.

It’s Mum’s birthday today. Why don’t we buy her a present? How much money have we got?

We can buy her some chocolate and some wine. Mum doesn’t like chocolate and she doesn’t like wine.

pr

20, 21, 22, 23, 24... £24. OK! Let’s go!

But, Tin! She doesn’t like horror stories.

Ed

uk a

OK! She likes books. Why don’t we buy her a book?

Tin and Tina are in town. It’s Mrs Can’s birthday and they need a present. They don’t know what to buy.

o

12

Track 42

om

7E

There’s a flower shop! Mum loves flowers. We can buy her some flowers.

Happy birthday, Mum!

How lovely! A beautiful crystal vase and my favourite red roses.

Happy birthday, dear! Oh, thank you!

48

Yes, she loves roses.


13

Read.

7F

14

uk a

pr

om

o

's p s

In England we like scones. We sometimes have scones as a snack. The children love them. Do you know what scones are? They are sweet and very tasty. People usually like scones with strawberry jam and some cream. In England we don’t usually drink coffee with scones. We prefer tea. And we always add some milk into our tea.

Mrs Br c ul tur own et i

Make correct sentences.

c) for lunch

Ed

1 In England we have scones … a) for breakfast b) as a snack

2 People in England like scones with … a) lemon b) apples c) strawberry jam 3 People in England prefer … a) tea b) coffee c) fizzy drinks 4 People in England drink … a) tea with milk b) tea with lemon

c) tea with jam

PROJECT Choose your favourite Serbian food. Answer the questions: What kind of food do people in Serbia like to eat? When do they eat it? How do you make it? Draw the food or find photos.

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8A

AT A BIRTHDAY PARTY 1

Track 44

Listen and read. Then act.

I am sending invitations to my friends.

What are you doing Jimmy?

What date is it today?

om

o

It’s the 6th of April.

Mum, I need 10 candles this year.

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pr

Dad, can I have balloons, hats and crackers for my party?

Two days later, the 8th of April

Ed

Yes, Jimmy. You are a big boy now.

Happy birthday, Jimmy!

Let’s have some cake! Then we can play some games. Mmm...yummy!

Help!

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Of course, Jimmy. It’s your special day.


8B

Months and seasons 2

Listen and say.

Track 45

be

r

ber

WIN TE Janu R ary

Fe

b

ru

p

ch

tem

Mar

ber

ary

AUT U Oc M to

N

em Nov

December

June

om

o

May

SUMMER July

Augu

st

pr

18th – eighteenth

uk a

11th – eleventh

25th – twenty-fifth

19th – nineteenth

26th – twenty-sixth

20th – twentieth

27th – twenty-seventh

21st – twenty-first

28th – twenty-eighth

22nd – twenty-second

29th – twenty-ninth

16th – sixteenth

23rd – twenty-third

30th - thirtieth

17th – seventeenth

24th – twenty-fourth

31st – thirty-first

13th –thirteenth 14th – fourteenth

Ed

15th – fifteenth

4

NG RI il r

Read and remember. 12th – twelfth

SP

Se 3

Ap

July

January February March April May June August September October November December spring summer autumn winter 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th

Read. My birthday is on the 2nd of August. Christmas is on the 25th of December. Halloween is on the 31st of October. Saint Valentine’s Day is on the 14th of February.

5

Read and say. 1 My birthday is on the … of … 2 My mum’s birthday is on the … of … 3 My dad’s birthday is on the … of … 4 My best friend’s birthday is on the … of …

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8C

Celebrations 6

Track 46

Listen and read.

o

We celebrate St Patrick’s Day in Ireland on the 17th of March. There are parades in the streets. There are leprechauns and shamrocks everywhere. We all wear green clothes and hats. We eat Irish food and we drink green drinks. It’s great fun!

pr

om

On Mother’s Day or Mothering Sunday we thank our mums and grannies for everything they do for us. This day falls exactly three weeks before Easter. We give our mothers and grandmothers presents and cards. We also do all of the housework for the day. Mums usually get breakfast in bed!

Ed

uk a

People around the world celebrate Easter every spring. It always falls on a Sunday between the 22nd of March and the 25th of April. We have baskets full of chocolate eggs from the Easter Bunny. Everyone loves the Easter egg hunt! And of course we all love to eat chocolate eggs!

7

52

In May, when the weather is warmer and the trees and flowers start to blossom, we celebrate the coming of summer. Girls usually wear colourful head wreaths and ribbons and we all dance around the maypole.

Read and make correct sentences. When do events 1- 4 take place? 1 Coming of summer

a) in March / April

2 Easter

b) in May

3 Mothering Sunday

c) in March

4 St Patrick’s Day

d) 3 weeks before Easter


8

8D

Read.

My birthday is on the 8th of April. I always have a birthday party. I send invitations to my friends. My mum makes my favourite brownie bomb. Anna and Pete help me decorate the house with balloons. Dad makes hats for everyone. We always play some

o

games. The Chocolate Game

om

is so funny! Pete is crazy

Read and make correct sentences.

uk a

9

pr

about it. I love it too!

1 Jimmy’s birthday is on the 18th of April. 2 Jimmy sends hats to his friends.

3 Pete and Anna help Jimmy decorate the house with jack-o'-lanterns. 4 Anna makes hats for everyone.

10

Ed

5 The Chocolate game is boring.

Complete the invitation for your birthday party

, Dear Please join me on my special day. birthday. It's my Place Date Time Your friend,

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The Cans 11

Track 47

Listen and read. Then act.

Tina is learning about measures. How tall is she in meters? How much does she weigh in kilos?

Dad, how much is one foot in centimetres?

You mean 1 m and 21 cm short!

pr uk a

That’s correct, Tina.

I weigh 80 pounds. That means I weigh 36 kilos.

Correct.

Ed

How much is one pound in kilos?

Tin! Be nice to your sister.

om

I am 4 feet tall. So that means I am 1 m and 21 cm tall.

30.48 cm.

o

8E

So how much do you weigh, Tin?

0.45 kilos. I weigh 40 kilos and I am 1 m and 34 cm tall.

How about you, Mum?

I am 1 m 50 cm tall. I weigh...

Wait a minute. You don’t ask a lady things like that!

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12

Mrs Br c ul tur own et i

Read.

13

uk a

pr

om

o

's p s

Every year in February or March there is a traditional race in a village called Olney in the south east of England. Women always wear aprons and scarves and run the race with a pan and a pancake in it. Only women from Olney can run the race. They run from the market place to the church. At the finish they flip the pancake in their pan. A lot of people from around the world come to watch the race. The winner always gets a fantastic prize.

8F

Read and make correct sentences.

Ed

1 The pancake race takes place in London. 2 Women always wear coats and hats. 3 Women run with a bowl with pancake mixture in it. 4 The women run 43 km. 5 The winner doesn’t get a prize.

PROJECT Do a project about a festival or celebration in Serbia. Answer the questions: When do people celebrate it? Where do people celebrate it? What do they celebrate on that day / date? Draw the festival or celebration or find photos.

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9A

KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! 1

Track 49

Listen and read. Then act.

Jimmy and Anna are at the London Day Camp. They meet a lot of new friends there every summer. Pete is going for the first time. He is very happy. They also jump on the trampoline.

Wow! I love slip and slide.

om

After a snack they play basketball and do finger painting. Excuse me, where’s the trampoline?

pr

Hi, everyone! Welcome to Day Camp! Let me show you around!

Ed

uk a

Excuse me, Sir, where’s the slip and slide?

Jimmy and Anna, see you later.

See you later.

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They have lunch. They go swimming, play table tennis, indoor hockey...

o

Look, Pete. On Mondays they play slip and slide in the morning.

Hmmmm!? Just go straight on, past the swimming pool and then turn left. The trampoline and the slip and slide are over there.

OK, thank you.

Look! They’re playing rounders. I want to play too. See you later!

OK! See you later.

I love archery, but I can’t wait to go zorbing on Wednesday.


9B

The Day Camp Timetable

trampoline

archery

zorbing

rounders

table tennis

Read and remember. Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Look at the Day Camp timetable and answer the questions. TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Activity 1

Ice breaker games OR rounders

Cycling playground OR jewellery making

Cricket OR pasta painting

Zorbing OR basketball

Handball OR rounders

Activity 2

Slip and slide OR handball

Football OR mask making

Cycling playground OR mask making

Cycling playground OR chalk and pastel art

Tennis OR cycling

Activity 3

Trampoline OR Archery

Slip and slide OR mosaic madness

Crazy collage OR swimming

Football OR archery

Mask making OR adventure playground

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

LUNCH

Slip and slide OR adventure playground

Trampoline OR swimming

Ed

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MONDAY

LUNCH

o

slip and slide

Monday

4

Listen, point and say.

om

3

Track 50

LUNCH

pr

2

Activity 4

Basketball OR finger painting

Chalk and pastel art Theme creation station OR junior fencing OR zorbing

Activity 5

Swimming OR table tennis

Finger painting OR dance

Trampoline OR jewellery making

Junior fencing OR indoor hockey

Mosaic madness OR basketball

Activity 6

Zorbing OR indoor hockey

Swimming OR archery

Dance OR tennis

Table tennis OR finger painting

At the end of the week

1 On which days can they play basketball? 2 On which days can they play football? 3 On which days can they play handball? 4 On which days can they go zorbing?

5 On which days can they jump on the trampoline? 6 On which days can they play slip and slide? 7 On which days can they go cycling? 8 On which days can they do finger painting?

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9C

By train or by bus? 5

Listen and read.

Track 51

Narrator: Anna is talking to her new friend Olivia from Reading. Anna: Hi, I’m Anna. What’s your name? Olivia: I’m Olivia. Are you from London?

Olivia: I live in Reading with my parents. But my granny lives in London. I often visit her in summer. I come to London by train.

om

Anna: I see. What grade are you in?

o

Anna: Yes, I am. How about you?

Olivia: I am in grade 3. How about you?

Olivia: Yes, I do. Let’s play!

Track 52

Listen, point and say.

Ed

uk a

6

pr

Anna: I am in grade 3 too. Do you like table tennis?

by bike

by car

by bus

7

by train

walk

Read and answer the questions. How often do you visit your grandparents / cousins / friends? How do you go there? I visit my grandparents every day / week / month / year. I go there by car.

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8

9D

Read.

I really like going to Day Camp. I always meet new friends there. We play interesting games and have a lot of fun. I like fencing, archery, cycling, but my favourite sport is zorbing. I love rolling down the hills in a big ball. Pete likes slip and slide and jumping on a trampoline.

o

Anna likes all the sports, but

om

just like many other girls,

games, painting, jewellery

9

uk a

making and dance.

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she prefers ice breaker

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1 Jimmy meets new friends in Day Camp. 2 Jimmy doesn’t like archery. 3 Jimmy’s favourite sport is zorbing. 4 Pete likes fencing. 5 Anna likes painting and dance.

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The Cans 11

Listen and read. Then act.

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The Cans are going camping with the scouts. Mrs Can and other cubs’ mums always cook lunch. Mr Can helps too.

You look nice in your uniforms. I’ve got the flags.

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It’s a beautiful day for camping!

Yes, it is. Are you all ready?

OK, cubs! Let’s put up the tents.

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I’ve got my rucksack, my sleeping bag and a torch.

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Let’s go. We don’t want to be late.

Children, you can collect some firewood. We are frying sausages on the campfire tonight.

Let’s clear the ground and make a circle with rocks before we light the fire.

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This is a good spot. Look, the sun is in the west.


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Today we are talking about our planet Earth. Our planet is a beautiful place. But sometimes humans don’t take care of it. We children can do something about it. Let’s see what children in my class reduce, reuse, recycle and replant to help save it.

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We turn off the lights when we leave the room. We unplug our chargers when we don’t use them. We turn off the water when we brush our teeth or when we take a shower.

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We don’t use plastic bags. We use a bag or basket when we go shopping. We wash our water bottles and use them again. We wash the glass jars or other glass containers and use them again.

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We recycle plastic bottles and tin cans. We recycle newspapers and magazines. We recycle our old clothes.

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We plant trees and replant Christmas trees. Wonderful, children! Well done! Keep up the good work!

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Read and answer the questions. 1 How can you reduce the use of energy? 2 What can you reuse? 3 What do people usually recycle? 4 Why are trees our best friends?

PROJECT Answer the question: What do you do to help save our planet Earth? Write: I promise to ... Draw or find photos.

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CELEBRATIONS HALLOWEEN 1

Track 55

Listen and read.

Halloween is on the 31st of October. People make lanterns out of pumpkins. They put jack-o'-lanterns outside their houses. They also tell scary stories, watch horror films, light bonfires and play tricks to scare each other. At night children dress up in scary costumes such as ghosts, witches, skeletons or vampires. They also like costumes of superheroes or cartoon characters. Then they knock on people’s doors and sing:

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People give them sweets, nuts, gum or fruit. Children are very happy and they have lots of fun!

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Look at the pictures and describe the children. What are the pirate, the vampire and the witch wearing?

a pirate scarf a waistcoat a shirt

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Make a Halloween mask and scare your friend.

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SAINT VALENTINE’S DAY Track 56

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St Valentine’s Day is on the 14th of February every year. On that day people celebrate love. They send cards with romantic messages. They usually don’t sign the cards. Many people buy chocolates or red roses for their sweethearts. Decorations for Valentine's Day are in red and pink colours and include hearts and Cupid with his arrow. Cupid is a popular symbol of the holiday. In mythology, when his arrow strikes someone’s heart, he or she falls in love. Tell everyone how much you love them on this day! Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Look and say. What are the symbols of St Valentine's Day?

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Make a Valentine’s card for someone special. In each box draw something that goes together like biscuits and milk or hamburger and chips. Make your perfect pair!

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baby – беба badminton –бадминтон bag – торба ball – лопта balloon – балон bank – банка bark – кора дрвета

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candle – свећа cape – плашт capital – главни град car – аутомобил card – карта cat – мачка catch – ухватити celebrate – славити celebration – славље centimeter – сантиметар chair – столица chameleon – камелеон change – променити charger – пуњач chase – јурити check – ознака на полицијским капама cheese – сир chess – шах chew – жвакати child, children – дете, деца China – Кина chocolate – чоколада church – црква cinema – биоскоп circle – круг city – град class – час clever – паметан climb – пењати се clothes – одећа coat – капут coffee – кафа coin – новчић cold – хладно collect – сакупљати colourful – разнобојан colour – боја come – доћи container – посуда; контејнер continent – континент control – контролисати cook – кувар; кувати cool – кул; свеже correct – тачан costume – костим count – бројати country – земља, држава cousin – рођак; брат / сестра од ујака, стрица, тетке cow – крава

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cake – колач; торта call – звати camera – фото-апарат campfire – логорска ватра camping – камповање can - конзерва can - моћи; умети


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eagle – орао ear – ухо Earth – Земља east – исток eat – јести egg – јаје eighteenth – осамнаести eighth – осми elephant – слон eleventh – једанаести end – крај energy – енергија engineer – инжењер English – енглески especially – нарочито Europe – Европа every – сваки everything – све everywhere – свуда exactly – тачно excited – узбуђен expensive – скуп eye – око

fizzy drink – газирано пиће flag – застава flip – окренути float – плутати floor – под flour – брашно flower shop – цвећара fly – летети food – храна foot, feet – стопало, стопала forest – шума forget – заборавити fork – виљушка fountain – фонтана fourteenth – четрнаести fourth – четврти fox – лисица French – француски Friday – петак friend – пријатељ from – од; из fruit – воће fry – пржити full – пун fun – забаван funny – смешан

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fact – чињеница fall – пасти false – нетачно famous – познат fantastic – фантастичан farm – фарма favourite – омиљени feed – хранити feeling – осећање female – женка fencing – мачевање festival – фестивал fifteenth – петнаести fifth – пети find – наћи finger – прст finish – завршити; циљ fire – ватра firewood – дрва за ватру first – први fish – риба fishing – пецање fix – поправити

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game – игра garden – башта Geography – географија German – немачки ghost – дух giraffe – жирафа girlfriend – девојка give – дати glass – чашa; стакло go – ићи goat – коза gold – злато golf – голф grade – разред grandfather – деда grandmother – баба granny – бака grass – трава great – сјајан Great Britain – Велика Британија green – зелен group – група

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jacket – јакна Jack-o’-lantern – бундева са свећом jam – џем jar – тегла jewellery – накит job – посао join – придружити се jump – скочити

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karate – карате kayaking – вожња кајаком killer whale – кит убица kilo – килограм kilometer – километар knife – нож know – знати krill – врста рачића крил

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hair – коса hairdresser – фризер half – половина Halloween – Ноћ вештица hand – шака handball – рукомет hang – обесити; окачити hat – шешир; капа have got – имати hawk – јастреб he – он head – глава hear – чути heart – срце helmet – кацига help – помоћи her – њен; њој; њу here – овде hide – крити hide and seek – жмурке high – висок hiking – дуго пешачење у природи hill – брдо him – њему; њега hippo – нилски коњ his – његов History – историја hockey – хокеј holiday – одмор; празник honey – мед hoop – кош hope – нада hopscotch – школица (игра) horror – страва и ужас horse – коњ hot – врео hour – сат (време) house – кућа housework – кућни послови how – како huge – огроман human – људско биће hundred – стотина hunt – ловити

I - ја idea – идеја important – важан in – у in front of – испред include – укључивати indoor – у затвореном простору information – информација injection – инјекција insect – инсект intelligent – интелигентан interesting – интересантан Internet – интернет invitation – позивница Irish – ирски IT – особа која жмури у игри ,,жмурке”

leaf, leaves – лист, лишће learn – учити leave – напустити leg – нога lemon – лимун lemon juice – сок од лимуна lemonade – лимунада leprechaun – ирски кућни дух library – библиотека light – упалити lion – лав listen – слушати live – живети lizard – гуштер long – дуг look – гледати loud – гласан love – љубав; волети lovely – диван lunch – ручак

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magazine – часопис make – правити male – мужјак man, men – мушкарац, мушкарци mane – грива many – много map – мапа mark – обележити market – пијаца martial arts – борилачке вештине match – утакмица; повезати Maths – математика mean – мислити measure – мерити meat – месо mechanic – механичар medal – медаља meet – срести message – порука milk – млеко minute – минут mix – мешати mixture – мешавина Monday – понедељак money – новац monster – чудовиште month – месец morning – јутро mother – мајка


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painting – сликање pan – тигањ

race – трка rainforest – тропска шума rainy – кишовит read – читати ready – спреман really – заиста recycle – рециклирати red – црвен reduce – смањити relative – рођак remember – сетити се remind – подсетити replant – поново посадити represent – представити restaurant – ресторан reuse – поново употребити ribbon – машна ride – вожња ring – прстен river – река rock – камен roll down – откотрљати се (низ) roll up – умотати romantic – романтичан room – соба; просторија rose – ружа rounders – игра слична бејзболу популарна у Великој Британији rucksack – руксак rule – правило run – трчати Russia – Русија

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quarter – четвртина question – питање quick – брз

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sack race – трка у џаковима sad – тужан salad – салата salt – со same – исти Saturday – субота sausage – кобасица save – чувати; спасити say – рећи scared – уплашен scarf, scarves – шал, шалови scary – застрашујући school – школа Science – наука scone – врста колача за мазање scooter – скутер; тротинет

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table – сто table tennis – стони тенис tail – реп take – узети talk – причати tall – висок tap – славина tasty – укусан teach – подучавати teacher – учитељ; наставник tell – рећи tent – шатор tenth – десети thank – захвалити се that – оно their – њихов them – њима; њих these – ови they – они Тhe United Kingdom –

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uncle – ујак, стриц, теча under – испод understand – разумети


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zoo – зоолошки врт zorbing – котрљање у великом балону

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wait – чекати Wales – Велс walk – ходати wall – зид want – желети wardrobe – ормар warm – топао wash – прати waste – отпад watch – гледати

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