ЕНГЛЕСКИ ЈЕЗИК ЗА 6. РАЗРЕД ОСНОВНЕ ШКОЛЕ
Божидар Никић OVER THE MOON 6 РАДНА СВЕСКА ЕНГЛЕСКИ ЈЕЗИК ЗА 6. РАЗРЕД ОСНОВНЕ ШКОЛЕ Главни уредник Проф. др Бошко Влаховић
Предметна уредница Наталија Кантар
Одговорнa уредница Доц. др Наташа Филиповић
Рецезенти Ана Ђорђевић, Филолошки факултет Универзитета у Београду Лара Штамбук, професор енглеског језика и књижевности, ОШ „Милан Ђ. Милићевић”, Београд Наташа Станковић, професор енглеског језика и књижевности, ОШ „Андра Савчић”, Ваљево Дизајн Иван Танић, Агенција Мани два
Илустрације Младен Анђелковић
Лектори Шила Мекгрегор Ковачевић Лара Штамбук
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s Starter Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Unit 1. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Unit 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Self Check 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Unit 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Unit 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Self check 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Unit 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Unit 6. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Self check 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Unit 7. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Unit 8. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Self check 4. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Grammar check. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Wordlist. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 Self check Answers. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76 Irregular verbs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Phonetic symbols. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
t i n U r e t r Sta 1 Complete with the correct form of the verb to be.
1 I _________ from Serbia and my nationality _________ Serbian. 2 We _________ in the classroom now, but the teacher _________ here yet. 3 You _________ from Italy, but I _________. 4 They _________ at school today because it _________ Sunday. 5 She _________ good at English, but her parents _________. They know French better. 2 Complete with What, When, How or Where. Then answer the questions.
1 _______ old are your best friends? _ __________________________________________ 2 _______’s your favourite singer from? _ _______________________________________ 3 _______’s your phone number? ______________________________________________ 4 _______’s your mother’s birthday?____________________________________________ 3 Write the questions for the answers.
What are you interested in? I’m interested in history. 1 What ? I’m good at maths. 2 Where ? They’re at school. 3 How ? She’s thirteen years old. 4 Where ? He’s from Greece. 5 What ? It’s five o’clock.
4 Complete the sentences with ’s or ’.
1 Elizabeth___ nickname is Liz. 2 Liz and Tom___ address is 32 Willow Street. 3 Liz and Tom are twins. The twins___ surname is Johnson. 4 The Johnsons___ house is in London. 5 The children___ room is upstairs.
5 Choose the correct words.
1 You’re / Your book is on my desk and you’re / your sitting in my chair. 2 He’s / His from England, but he’s / his father is Serbian. 3 They’re / Their son’s name is Rick. They’re / Their a happy family. 4 It’s / Its an elephant. It’s / Its trunk is very long. 5 She’s / Her a singer and she’s / her mother is an actress.
6 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. There is ONE extra word. at
1 Luis is ______ Spain, but he lives ______ England. 2 He lives ______ 14 Duke Road. 3 His birthday is ______ 28th April. 4 He goes to school ______ bus. 5 He is good ______ science and he is interested ______ art.
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C O M B U E
T O Y L S A
U T X I B D
B H E P S P
Z B J S T H
O R Q T I O
D U Z I C N
L S P C K E
O H V K Y S
R T O R C H
8 Look at the chart. Complete the questions and short answers.
Liz and Tom Pablo
Liz and Tom / headphones 1 Pablo / torch 2 Liz and Tom / toy 3 Pablo / USB stick 4 Liz and Tom / torch 5 Pablo / headphones
Have Liz and Tom got headphones? _______________________________? _______________________________? _______________________________? _______________________________? _______________________________?
7 Find seven everyday objects.
Yes, they have. _________________. _________________. _________________. _________________. _________________.
9 Look at the chart again and write true sentences. Use full and short forms of have got. Liz and Tom have got headphones. They’ve got headphones.
1 Liz and Tom _______________ a USB stick. They_____________ a USB stick. 2 Pablo _______________ a toy. He _____________ a toy. 3 Liz and Tom _______________ a torch. They_____________ a torch. 4 Pablo _______________ headphones. He _____________ headphones.
10 Choose the correct words.
1 Our / Ours teacher has got a lot of books. They are all her / hers. 2 Whose pencil is this? Is it your / yours or my / mine? 3 This is your / yours rubber and that one is her / hers. 4 That is my / mine dog. Their / Theirs is a bit bigger. 5 Are these toys our / ours or their / theirs?
11 Complete the questions with Who’s or Whose. Then match the questions with the answers. 1 __________ this girl? 2 __________ sharpener is this? 3 __________ lipstick is that? 4 __________ that man?
A It’s my mother’s. She always forgets to put it in her bag. B He’s my neighbour. He lives next door. C She’s my cousin. She’s from London. D It’s mine. You can take it if you want.
1 t i n U
P C X W A L L S E A O H N V C
I A P I P W Y Q L M M A I G H
C S U N B E D N A P P C F A A
T T P D E S K U K Z U M O R I
U L I O V F O R E S T I R D R
R E L W A R D R O B E Y M E G
E Z P N C U X E W A R J S N Q
A F O O T B A L L P I T C H I
B A S K E T B A L L C O U R T
1 Look at the pictures on pages 12 and 13 of the Student’s Book. Find sixteen more words in the grid and write them on the lines.
2 Look at the pictures on pages 12 and 13 of the Student’s Book. Then complete the sentences with There is, There isn’t, There are or There aren’t. 1 ____________ a lake near the school, but ____________ a river. 2 ____________ some flowers in the garden, but ____________ any animals. 3 ____________ a swimming pool behind the school, but ____________ a basketball court. 4 ____________ a wardrobe in the room, but ____________ any armchairs. 5 ____________ a TV in the room, but ____________ two computers. 3 Look at the pictures again. Write the questions and the answers. Use Is there or Are there and a or any. school / forest Is there a school in the forest? Yes, there is. 1 tennis court / behind the school _ ? 2 rabbits / forest _ ? 3 fridge / room _ ? 4 pictures / walls _ ?
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live in the UK work abroad go to a boarding school study French drive a car
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× √ × × √
His parents don’t live in the UK. _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________
1 Oliver lives in the UK. 2 _________________________________ 3 _________________________________ 4 _________________________________ 5 _________________________________
5 Complete the sentences using the Present Simple.
1 We usually __________________ (play) in the park. 2 This school __________________ (not have) the latest technology. 3 My baby brother always __________________ (cry) when he is hungry. 4 I __________________ (not watch) TV every day. 5 My sister __________________ (wear) very unusual clothes. 6 Complete the questions with do or does. Then answer the questions.
4 Look at the table and write true sentences.
1 _______ you share a room with your brother or sister? 2 _______ your best friend go to a boarding school? 3 _______ you wear a school uniform? 4 _______ your parents work abroad? 5 _______ your teacher come from the UK?
__________________________. __________________________. __________________________. __________________________. __________________________.
7 Put the words in the correct order to make questions.
1 live / city / he / big / does / a / in?_____________________________________________ 2 in / often / lake / you / a / how / swim / do?_ ____________________________________ 3 same / they / the / do / wardrobe / use?_________________________________________ 4 share / you / room / who / with / do / the?_______________________________________
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8 Write the questions for the answers.
1 What ___________________________________________________________________ The school uniform consists of a white shirt, a blue sweatshirt and grey trousers. 2 Where __________________________________________________________________ The students eat in the school canteen. 3 Why _ __________________________________________________________________ He goes to a boarding school because his parents live abroad. 4 What time _______________________________________________________________ The class finishes at 8.45 a.m. 5 How many _ _____________________________________________________________ I have twelve school subjects this year.
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9 Complete the descriptions with the words in the box. tall
Cynthia Frost is the 1____________ of Crescent School. She is very 2____________. She wears 3____________.
Lee Burns is a 4____________. He is quite 5____________. He has got a beard and a 6____________. 10 Choose the correct words.
Oliver Lark and Robin Woods are best friends. They are 1teachers / pupils at a boarding school. Oliver is 2average / quite tall and Robbie is of 3average / quite height. Oliver has got 4blue / fair hair and green eyes. He wears 5braces / freckles. Robbie has got red hair and blue eyes and he has got 6braces / freckles. 11 Write the synonyms. 1 latest 2 near 3 big 4 pretty
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12 Write the opposites.
1 2 3 4
m __ __ __ __ __ c __ __ __ __ h __ __ __ b __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
loud tall curly inside
≠ ≠ ≠ ≠
q __ __ __ __ s __ __ __ __ s __ __ __ __ __ __ __ o __ __ __ __ __ __
13 CD 2 2.01 Listen and repeat.
likes knows watches goes carries studies works shares looks gets finishes wears
14 Listen again and put the words in the correct columns. /s/
2.02 Listen and check.
1 John is a very positive person. He is usually / never angry or worried. 2 Students in Britain sometimes / always wear a school uniform. It is a rule. 3 My father usually gets to work on time. He is often / hardly ever late. 4 I sometimes / never go to the cinema – maybe once a month or once in two months. 5 How usually / often does Mark play football? 16 Make true sentences. Put always, usually, often, sometimes, hardly ever or never in the correct place.
1 My parents go to work by car. _ __________________________________. 2 I wear glasses. _ __________________________________. 3 My friends and I play in the park after school. _ __________________________________. 4 I’m late for school. _ __________________________________. 5 I read in the evening. _ __________________________________. 17 Choose the correct answers.
1 My grandparents often give me presents. They are very _____________. a) mean b) lazy c) generous 2 My neighbour is _____________. He never says ‘Hello’ or ‘Good afternoon’. a) rude b) polite c) cheerful 3 This woman is so _____________. She hardly ever smiles. a) honest b) serious c) hard-working 4 That boy is quite _____________. He always cheats when we play cards. a) sad b) happy c) dishonest 5 These boys never do their homework or study. They are very _____________. a) lazy b) mean c) rude
15 Choose the correct adverb of frequency.
18 Put the adjectives in the correct columns.
hard-working lazy mean generous honest dishonest rude polite
19 Match the questions with the answers.
1 What are you like? A I’m honest and polite, but I’m sometimes a bit lazy. 2 What do you look like? B She’s tall and she’s got curly fair hair and blue eyes. 3 What is your sister like? C She’s very cheerful. 4 What does your sister look like? D I’m of average height. I’ve got brown hair and green eyes. I wear glasses.
20 Match the activities with the pictures. surfing the Internet meeting friends
drawing playing the guitar jogging texting
2.03 Complete the dialogue with the missing words. Then listen and check.
Amber: Hi, Oliver! W___________ (1) are you up to? Oliver: Hello, Amber! I’m going jogging with Robbie in a few minutes. Amber: Really? Do you l___________ (2) jogging? Oliver: Well, I don’t m___________ (3) it, but I prefer cycling. Do you want to go with us? Amber: No, thanks. To be honest, I d___________(4) like jogging very much. Oliver: I see. What do you like d___________ (5) then? Amber: I love drawing and I’m quite g__________ (6) at it. I also enjoy dancing and swimming. Oliver: I’m into all sports, but I h___________ (7) dancing. I’m hopeless at it. Amber: Don’t worry. I can teach you how to dance. I’ve got to go now! See you l___________ (8)! Oliver: Bye!
22 Choose the correct words. 1 Private schools are also called state / independent schools. 2 Only boys can study at Eton. It is a co-educational / single-sex school. 3 Large rooms in boarding schools are called dormitories / boarders. 4 One of the advantages / disadvantages of boarding schools is that you have a lot of different free-time activities. 5 Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is a real / fictional school. 23 Match 1–5 with A–E.
24 Complete the profiles with the words in the box. sad
A fun B your family C independent D friends E home
1 make 2 have 3 go 4 miss 5 become
Appearance Hello! My name is Robin, but everyone calls me Robbie. I’m of average 1__________. I’ve got short red hair and blue eyes.
Appearance Hi! I’m Lucy and I’m from Oxford. I’m not very tall. I’ve got long 6 __________ hair and brown eyes.
I think I’m an honest and generous person. I’m usually hard-working, but I can sometimes be a bit 2_____________. Likes and dislikes
I don’t mind watching TV, but I 3 __________ computers. I enjoy 4 __________ the Internet and playing computer games. I’m not mad 5 __________ reading books. Magazines and comics are OK, but I hate history books.
I’m very friendly and I’m usually cheerful. My friends say I never look 7 ________. I’m also quite curious – I love learning new things. Likes and dislikes
I’m 8____________ in animals, especially birds. Bird-watching is one of my hobbies. I’m also into sport, 9____________ volleyball and swimming. I don’t like watching TV very 10___________. I prefer reading.
2 t i n U 1 I always clean / make my bed in the morning. 2 My mum says that I have to do / tidy my room now. 3 Look at the floor! It’s so dirty. You have to clean / tidy it. 4 How often do you make / take the dog for a walk? 5 I’m taking / doing the ironing because I want to wear my new T-shirt.
1 Choose the correct words.
2 Complete the text with the missing words.
I’m quite hard-working and I don’t mind 1________ the housework. I 2_________ out the rubbish every day and I always 3_________ the washing-up after lunch or dinner. I even 4_________ the windows once a month. However, my brother never 5_________ his room and he hardly ever 6 _________ his bed. He is so lazy! 3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. necessary
1 ‘Can you please give me a glass?’ ‘__________ you are.’ 2 The boys have to __________ what is there in the secret room. 3 It is __________ for all students at Crescent School to wear a uniform. 4 ‘I can speak five foreign languages.’ ‘Are you __________?’ 5 ‘This is not good. We have to do it again.’ ‘I __________ you are right.’
4 Look at the table and write true sentences. clean the windows
take out the rubbish do the vacuuming lock the doors
Lucy and Amber
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× √ × √
1 Lucy and Amber have to clean the windows. Mr. Burns doesn’t have to clean the windows. 2 ___________________________________. ___________________________________. 3 ___________________________________. ___________________________________. 4 ___________________________________. ___________________________________.
5 Look at the table from exercise 4 and write questions and short answers. 1 Mr. Burns / windows? 2 Lucy and Amber / rubbish? 3 he / rubbish? 4 he / vacuuming 5 they / doors
Does Mr. Burns have to clean the windows? ___________________________________? ___________________________________? ___________________________________? ___________________________________?
No, he doesn’t. ____________. ____________. ____________. ____________.
buy come listen
buying __________ __________
surf cycle win
__________ __________ __________
drive __________ stop __________ carry __________
7 Complete the sentences with the Present Continuous of the verbs in the box. watch
1 I’m at a party. I ___________________ a lot of fun. 2 My parents ___________________ on the sofa. They ___________________ TV. 3 My father ___________________ to go on holiday next month. 4 I ___________________ to the birds. They ___________________ beautifully. 5 She ___________________ a blue cardigan and a white skirt. 8 Look at the pictures. Write questions and short answers. Oliver / dance Is Oliver dancing? No, he isn’t. He is running.
1 Robbie / do the washing-up _____ Robbie ___________________________________? No, he ________. ________________________________.
6 Write the -ing form of the verbs.
2 Lucy / tidy her room _______________________________________________? _____________. _________________________________. 3 Amber / do the vacuuming _______________________________________________? _____________. _________________________________. 4 Mrs. Frost / text Mr. Burns _______________________________________________? _____________. _________________________________.
9 Write the questions for the answers. What are you looking at?
1 Who _____________________________ for? 2 ____________________________________? 3 ____________________________________? 4 ____________________________________? 5 ____________________________________?
I’m looking at some paintings. He is waiting for a friend. They are swimming in a lake. He is crying because he is sad. I’m writing a story. We are talking to our teacher.
10 Add suffixes -er or -or to the verbs in the box. Make any necessary changes. Then put the words in the correct columns. Which word is NOT a job? reporter
writɇ + er = writer
11 What do they do? Add a or an in front of the professions.
12 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. hospital
1 A chef works in a ________________. 2 Models are usually ________________. 3 I don’t want to be a firefighter because it is a very ________________ job. 4 Doctors and nurses work in a ________________. 5 A vet takes care of ill ________________. 6 You have to be good at repairing ________________ if you want to be a mechanic.
13 2.04 Listen and repeat. what
14 Listen again. Circle the words in which the letter ‘h’ is silent. 2.05 Listen and check.
buy wear study
buys __________ __________
do __________ say __________ catch __________
make __________ fly __________ finish __________
16 Write the sentences in the Present Simple or the Present Continuous. My neighbour is a chef. He / cook every day
He cooks every day. .
2 My father is busy now. He / prepare dinner _
3 This exercise is difficult. I / not know all the answers _
4 I / not mind doing the washing-up, but my brother / hate it _
5 She can’t answer the phone at the moment. She / have a shower _
1 My sister is very lazy. She / never do any housework _
17 Complete the sentences so that they are true for you.
1 I hardly ever ______________________________________________________________. 2 My teacher often ___________________________________________________________. 3 My friend ____________________________________________________________ now. 4 I sometimes _______________________________________________________________.
15 Write the third person singular form of the verbs.
18 Write the questions and the answers using the Present Simple or the Present Continuous. What are you doing at the moment? (do)
1 _____ your father ___________ you with your homework now? (help) _
2 _____ you __________ football or tennis? (prefer) _
3 What _____ you usually ___________ at home? (wear) _
4 What _____ you __________ at the moment? (wear) _ 5 _____ your mother ___________ in a hospital? (work) _
6 ______your mother __________ now? (work) _
1 These children just sit and watch TV all day. They have to do more e__________. 2 My friend’s room is always in a m__________. She has to clean it more often. 3 This test is very important. You have to do your b__________. 4 He is always making e__________ for not doing the housework. 5 Please stop making that n__________. I’m trying to study.
19 Complete the sentences with the missing words.
20 Write the questions for the answers.
Where do you have to go? 1 What 2 3 4 5
I have to go to school.
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They must do tests every month. I have to tidy my room today. They mustn’t make a mess. He has to go because he is late. We have to stay here for an hour.
21 Complete the sentences so that they are true for you.
1 All the students in my school must ____________________________________________. 2 I have to _________________________________________________________ every day. 3 At home I don’t have to _____________________________________________________. 4 My mother has to _________________________________________________every week. 5 At school we mustn’t _______________________________________________________.
22 Write true or false.
1 Each rat catcher has to catch 20 rats a night. 2 Scarecrows are usually not human. 3 Some people work as train pushers in the UK. 4 A barbecue critic eats in different schools. 5 Professional sleepers have to check if the rooms are comfortable.
_____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________
Unit 2 23 Complete the sentences using the verbs in brackets. 1 If you ____________ (heat) water, it ____________ (boil). 2 Plants ____________ (die) if they ____________ (not get) enough water. 3 If you____________ (not work), you ____________ (not earn) any money. 4 Babies ____________ (cry) if they ____________ (be) hungry. 24 Choose the correct answers.
25 2.06 Read the description of Amber’s family photo. Correct the mistakes and complete the missing words. Then listen and check.
1 Rat catchers are usually ________________. a) old men b) young men c) boys 2 ‘Gum buster’ is the name of ________________. a) a person b) a machine c) a person and a machine 3 A human scarecrow has to sit in the ________________ all day. a) field b) forest c) garden 4 Train pushers usually work only in the ________________. a) morning b) afternoon c) evening 5 A barbecue critic has to eat a lot of ________________. a) fruit b) vegetables c) meat
This is a picture of my family. We are standing in front 1________ my uncle’s house. I’m at the middle and my parents, Gavin and Fiona, are behind me. My dad is a firefighter and my mum is 2 ________ actress. In the picture they are smileing and waving. The man 3________ the left is my uncle Neil. He is the farmer and he live in the countryside. The woman 4________ the striped dress is my aunt Susan. Their daughter Emma is at the front. She is siting on the grass and eating an ice-cream. The man 5________ a moustache is my grandfather Alan. He is retired. The woman who standing next 6________ him is his wife, Sheila. She is a nurse. They live in Scotland.
SELF CHECK 1
SELF CHECK 1 Vocabulary
1 Find twelve more family words. D S I S T E R L R
A U N T O P A S O
U N C L E H M O T
G I C A R E K N H
H E Z D Q W I F E
T C B M O T H E R
E E F A T H E R U
1 My brother is very tall, but I am of average h__________. 2 There is a basketball c__________ behind the school. 3 You mustn’t make a n __________. Your father is sleeping. 4 I hardly ever do any housework, but I often take out the r__________. 5 We don’t have to wear a school uniform. It is not n__________.
R J H U S B A N D
3 Choose the correct words.
4 Complete the sentences with the correct prepositions.
1 The windows are so dirty. I have to tidy / clean them now. 2 My cousin has two jobs. He is very hard-working / lazy. 3 Do you have a lipstick / USB stick? I want to look good for the party. 4 My uncle is a model / farmer. He lives in the countryside. 5 John designs new buildings. He is an architect / inventor.
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l 5 1 2 3
1 The school isn’t far _____my house. 2 There is a library next _____ the school. 3 Are you interested _____ music? 4 I often help my parents _____ the housework. 5 Look _____ him! He is standing on his head! 6 Who are you waiting _____?
5 Complete the crossword. What’s the mystery word?
C O U S I N V Y B
2 Complete the missing words.
SELF CHECK 1
Grammar 6 Complete the sentences using the Present Simple or the Present Continuous of the verbs in brackets.
1 My sister hardly ever _______________ (play) computer games. 2 My parents _____________ (chat) to their friends at the moment. 3 ‘What _______ you ________ (do)?’ ‘I’m an engineer.’ 4 ‘Where is Debbie?’ ‘She _____________ (get) ready to go out.’ 5 Matt usually _____________ (drive) to work, but today he _____________ (take) a bus. l 7
7 Complete the text. Use ONE word.
I don’t like doing the housework. I 1______ my bed every day and I sometimes take the dog for 2 _______ walk, but I never 3 _______ the washing-up. I don’t 4_______ to do it because I’m still a child. In my free time I often surf 5_______ Internet. I like sport, but I’m not mad 6_______ it. I prefer basketball 7_______ football.
8 Choose the correct answers.
d) yours, brother’s
2 I’ve got a pet. _________ a rabbit. _________ tail is short. a) Its, Its b) It’s, Its c) Its, It’s
d) It’s, It’s
3 ‘_________ pencil case is this?’ ‘It’s mine.’ a) What b) Which c) Whose
d) Of which
1 Are these toys _________ ? No, they are my _________. a) your, brothers b) your, brother’s c) yours, brothers
4 My parents are standing _________ the middle and I am in front _________ them. a) in, of b) in, from c) on, of d) on, from 5 ‘What _________ your best friend like?’ ‘She’s very polite and generous.’ a) is b) are c) does d) do
9 Put the words in the correct order to make questions. phone / is / your / number / what?
What is your phone number?
1 book / is / yours / it / this / or / my / is 2 a / school / gym / there / your / is / in 3 he / basketball / often / play / does / how 4 listening / are / to / what / you
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10 Complete the dialogue with the missing words.
A: What do you like d_________ (1) in your free time? B: I e_________ (2) playing computer games. How about you? A: I don’t m_________ (3) computer games, but I p _________ (4) drawing and painting. B: Well, I hate drawing because I’m very b_________ (5) at it.
3 t i n U A
1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. keyhole
1 I haven’t got a pen. Can I _____________ yours, please? 2 My favourite _____________ from that film is when they meet for the first time. 3 Everyone was there _____________ for Ellie. She couldn’t come because she was ill. 4 The door was locked, so we looked through the _____________. 5 Wow! Look at that tree! It’s _____________! 6 Her hair looks so different. That’s why I didn’t _____________ her at first. 2 Look at the picture and complete the sentences with There was, There were, There wasn’t or There weren’t.
1 _____________ four children in the attic. 2 _____________ any windows in the room. 3 _____________ almost any furniture. 4 _____________ an old projector on the desk. 5 _____________ a scene from a film on the wall.
Everybody / Somebody / Anybody / Nobody + singular verb The party was great. Everybody was there. Nobody knows the answer to this question.
3 Choose the correct words.
1 Look! There is somebody / anybody outside. Let’s see who it is! 2 I looked everywhere / nowhere for my keys, but I couldn’t find them. 3 There is something / nothing in the fridge. We have to go shopping. 4 Did you buy anywhere / anything for dinner? 5 Don’t worry. Nobody / Everybody makes mistakes.
4 Complete the sentences with the words in italics from exercise 3. 1 I didn’t do ___________ yesterday. I stayed in bed. 2 These poor people are homeless. They have ___________ to live. 3 There’s ___________ I need to tell you. 4 I looked for it for hours, but I couldn’t find it ___________. 5 ___________ wants their child to be honest and hard-working.
open opened like __________ drop __________
realize __________ study __________ cry __________ control __________ plan __________ play __________
6 Complete the crossword with the Past Simple of the verbs. What’s the mystery phrase?
7 Complete the questions with the words in the box. Then write the answers. ago
1 win 2 give 3 blow 4 write 5 sit 6 have 7 sleep 8 meet 9 wake 10 take 11 drink
2 What did you do __________ week? __________________________________.
5 6 7 8 9 10 11
1 Where were you two days ____________? __________________________________.
3 How old were you __________ 2016? __________________________________.
4 Where did you go __________? __________________________________.
5 Write the -ed form of the verbs.
8 Complete the sentences with the Past Simple of the verbs in the box. know
1 I ________ the answer to the question, but I __________ anything. 2 I ___________ up early, ___________ a sandwich and quickly ___________ the house. 3 His parents ___________ him to be careful, but he ___________. 4 After I ___________ my homework, I ___________ out and _ __________ an ice-cream.
9 Complete the sentences using the Past Simple of the verbs in brackets. 1 I ___________ (think) about the problem for a long time, but I ___________ (can not) find a solution. 2 We ___________ (play) hide-and-seek yesterday. I ___________ (hide) in the wardrobe and my friend ___________ (find) me after two minutes. 3 I ___________ (not know) how to do it, but my father ___________ (show) it to me. 4 My brother and I ___________ (watch) two films yesterday. I ___________ (love) both of them, but my brother ___________ (not like) the first film. He ___________ (prefer) the second one.
10 Match the words with the numbers in the pictures. actor character camera screen actress
11 Choose the correct words.
1 George Lucas is a famous American movie actor / director who created ‘Star Wars’. 2 Johnny Depp played / acted Jack Sparrow in ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’. 3 We saw that film at the cinema because we wanted to watch it on the big screen / scene. 4 Her parents bought a projector / camera because they wanted to record their daughter’s birthday party. 5 Charlie Chaplin started directing / performing in public when he was still very young. 6 Harry Potter is one of my favourite actors / characters.
2.07 Listen and repeat.
opened talked decided looked acted started remembered watched turned knocked invented loved directed reached showed
13 Listen again and put the words in the correct columns. /t/
2.08 Listen and check.
1 ________ you born in the USA?_______________________________________________. 2 ________ your grandfather an actor?___________________________________________. 3 ________ your mother grow up in the UK?______________________________________. 4 ________ your father graduate from university?__________________________________. 5 ________ your best friend at school yesterday?___________________________________. 15 Look at the pictures. Write the questions and answers.
Where / Oliver / go Where did Oliver go? He went to the forest. 1 What / Robbie / eat ________________________________________? ________________________________________.
2 Where / be / Mrs. Frost / yesterday? ________________________________________? ________________________________________.
14 Complete the questions with was, were or did. Then write the answers.
3 What / Lucy / catch? ________________________________________? ________________________________________.
4 Who / lock the door? ________________________________________? ________________________________________
16 Write the questions for the answers. Where did John move last year? John moved to New York last year. Who moved to New York last year? John moved to New York last year.
1 Who 2 Who 3 4 5 6 7 8
? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
Peter saw Angela. Peter saw Angela. The children heard some noise. The children heard some noise. Linda got married in 1982. Linda got married in 1982. Will and Anne had three children. Will and Anne had three children.
17 Write the names of TV programmes under the photos.
2.09 Complete the dialogue with the missing words. Then listen and check.
Mr. Burns: Hello, Robbie! Did you do a___________ (1) interesting last night? Robbie: Not r___________ (2). We only watched TV. Mr. Burns: What d___________ (3) you watch? Robbie: Just a documentary. Mr. Burns: What was it a ___________ (4)? Robbie: It was about the Middle Ages. Mr. Burns: Did you l___________ (5) it? Robbie: Actually, it wasn’t bad. It was quite i___________ (6). Mr. Burns: And did you go to the cinema l___________ (7) week? Robbie: Yes, we did. We s___________ (8) an excellent film. Mr. Burns: What was it c___________ (9)? Robbie: I can’t r___________ (10), but it was really amazing. 19 Choose the correct adjectives.
1 It was a very tiring / tired week – work, work and more work! 2 The film I watched yesterday wasn’t interesting / interested at all. I was boring / bored the whole time. 3 It was surprising / surprised that so many people came because the weather was really bad. 4 She was so frightening / frightened when she saw a spider that she started screaming and ran out of the house. 5 I loved that movie. I thought the special effects were amazing / amazed. 6 I was very disappointing / disappointed that we lost the game.
20 Complete the sentences using the correct form of used to and the verbs in brackets. 1 Robbie ___________ (have) a pet. 2 Mrs Frost ___________ (not wear) glasses when she was younger. 3 Oliver’s parents ___________ (work) in the UK, but they are now working in the USA. 4 A century ago people ___________ (not watch) TV. 5 I ___________ (not like) documentaries, but now I do. 21 Choose the correct answers.
22 Write the missing vowels.
1 The Lumière brothers invented the ________________. a) kinetograph b) cinematograph c) kinetoscope 2 The Indian film industry is called ________________. a) Bollywood b) Hollywood c) Nollywood 3 The first talking movie came out in ________________. a) 1907 b) 1927 c) 1947 4 VCRs (videocassette recorders) were very popular in the ________________. a) 1960s b) 1980s c) 2000s 5 The first DVD players appeared ________________ . a) in the USA in 1994 b) in the UK in 1995 c) in Japan in 1996
1 f__nt__sy 2 __ct__ __n
3 c__m__dy 4 thr__ll__r
5 h__rr__r 6 c__rt__ __n
7 r__m__nc__ 8 sc__ __nc__ f__ct__ __n
23 2.10 Read the film review and complete it with the words in the box. Then listen and check. main
‘Home alone’ is a 1________. It has four parts and the first part 2________ out in 1990. Chris Columbus directed the film and Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern played the 3 ________ roles. The main 4________ is a boy called Kevin, who is eight years old. His family are preparing to go on holiday to Paris. Kevin argues with his brother, so his mother sends him to a room in the 5________. However, they all leave for the airport the next morning and completely forget about him. At first Kevin is happy and 6________ because he is alone in a big house, but he is 7 ________ of a neighbour, an old man with a beard. Soon he finds 8________ that two men are planning to burgle his house and he decides he must protect it. I really 9________ this film. I laughed a lot because it was very funny. There wasn’t anything I didn’t like about it. I thought it was 10 ________.
4 t i n U A
1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. approaching
1 While I was _____________ to work, I saw a man who was _____________ something in his hand. 2 It wasn’t raining when I finished work. The sun was _____________. 3 As I was _____________ the bridge, I saw the man again. 4 He was in the water and he was _____________. 5 He was _____________ for help and I ran down to the river as fast as I could. 6 Later, when he was _____________ better, he smiled at me and thanked me for saving his life. 7 I saw something _____________ in the grass. He explained that it was a metal detector. 2 Choose the correct words.
1 I saw a squirrel this morning. It was climbing up / into a very tall tree. 2 Some children were running down / around the garden and some were jumping into / out of the swimming pool. 3 I walked past / across your house last night, but you weren’t there. 4 I am so tired. I swam up / across the lake twice this morning. I think I need to lie around / down for a while. 5 When the woman saw her little daughter, she got into / out of the car and ran past / towards her.
3 Complete the sentences using adverbs of manner.
1 I don’t know the exact meaning of that word. I don’t know what it means _____________. 2 Those children in the park were noisy. They played _____________. 3 I’m a fast runner. I can run _____________. 4 The teacher said you were bad. He thought that you behaved _____________. 5 She had an angry look on her face. She looked at me _____________. 6 He is a very good singer. He sings very _____________.
4 Complete the sentences with the adverbs in the box. silently
1 You have to be quiet because we are in a library. You mustn’t speak ____________. 2 Hurry up! We have to walk _____________ if we want to get there on time! 3 Don’t lie to me! Tell me _____________ what you think about my story. 4 The students didn’t read the text out loud. They read it _____________. 5 I wasn’t rude. I told them _____________ to leave, but they didn’t want to. 6 You are joking, but I want us to talk _____________ about what happened.
What 1_____________________ (happen) at 8 o’clock yesterday evening? My friends and I 2___________________ (walk) home from school. We 3____________________ (carry) umbrellas because it 4_____________________ (rain). We 5____________________ (not talk). We 6__________________ (sing) in the rain. 6 What was happening yesterday at 9 a.m.? Complete the sentences using the Past Continuous so that they are true for you.
1 I _____________________ an email. 2 My mum _____________________ out the rubbish. 3 My neighbours _____________________ to loud music. 4 I _____________________ breakfast. 5 My friends _____________________ their homework.
7 Look at the pictures. What were they doing yesterday at 11 a.m.? Write the questions and answers. Mr. Burns / fix something Was Mr. Burns fixing something? No, he wasn’t. He was driving. 1 Oliver and Robbie / listen to music? ______________________________________? ______________________________________.
5 Complete the text using the Past Continuous.
2 Mrs. Frost / talk on the phone ______________________________________? ______________________________________.
3 Lucy and Amber / dance? ______________________________________? ______________________________________.
8 Write the questions for the answers.
What were you doing at 9 p.m.? I was watching TV at 9 p.m.
1 What _____________________________ ? 2 Where ____________________________ ? 3 Who _____________________________ ? 4 What _____________________________ ? 5 Why _____________________________ ?
She was tidying her room when he called. The children were playing in the park. I was waiting for a friend. He was looking at a photo when she came in. I was wearing a coat because it was cold.
9 Look at the pictures and complete the crossword. What’s the mystery word? 1 2
3 4 5 6 7
10 Choose the correct words.
Richard the Lionheart was an English 1knight / king. He 2reigned / fought over England from 1157 to 1199. He was famous because he took part in the 3Middle Ages / Crusades. One day in March 1199 he was walking around a 4court / castle in France when somebody shot him with a 5sword / crossbow. He wasn’t wearing 6armour / jewels and he died two weeks 7ago / later.
2.11 Listen and repeat.
12 Listen again and put the words in the correct columns.
Listen and check.
1 I was a bit scared while we were driving through the tunnel 2 He was sitting in his room 3 I was sitting under the tree 4 He was walking along the street 5 When he got on the train 6 When I looked out of the window
A when I saw a snake in the grass. B everybody was reading. C when he fell off the chair. D I saw a plane flying over the city. E because it was completely dark. F when he met an old friend.
14 Choose the correct verb forms.
1 She fell / was falling while she rode / was riding a horse. 2 I sat / was sitting on the balcony when you sent / were sending me a text message. That’s why I didn’t hear / wasn’t hearing the phone. 3 She spoke / was speaking on the phone when he arrived / was arriving. 4 I walked / was walking through the forest and sang / singing when I suddenly felt / was feeling something on my leg. 5 The sun shone / was shining when I got / was getting out of bed this morning. 6 I saw / was seeing you at around 8 o’clock last night. You stood / were standing in front of the theatre. You wore / were wearing a long blue dress.
13 Match sentence halves 1–6 with A–F.
15 Complete the sentences with the Past Simple or the Past Continuous. 1 While he ________________ (drive) the car suddenly________________ (stop). 2 _______ you _________ (watch) TV when I ________________ (call) you? 3 I ________________ (wash) the dishes when I ________________ (break) a plate. 4 What _______ they _________ (do) when it __________________ (happen)? 5 Somebody ________________ (take) her bag while she ________________ (not look).
16 Complete the dialogue. Use ONE word in each gap.
Ellie: 1_________ were you doing at around 5 o’clock yesterday, Tim? Tim: I 2_________ playing in the park. Ellie: And 3_________ you wearing a yellow T-shirt and blue shorts? Tim: Yes, I 4_________. How do you know? Ellie: I saw you 5_________ I was walking my dog. Tim: When 6_________ you buy a dog? Ellie: Last week! I told you two days 7_________, but you obviously weren’t listening!
Unit 4 2.13 Complete the dialogues with the missing words. Then listen and check.
Amber: G___________ (1) what! I won the drawing competition! Lucy: Wow! C___________ (2)! Amber: And the first prize is £100! Lucy: That’s f___________ (3)! Amber: So we can buy something nice when we go to London next month! Lucy: That sounds e___________ (4)!
Mr. Burns: Mrs. Frost, have you heard that Laura Dawson fell down the stairs this morning? Mrs. Frost: R___________ (5)?! Nobody’s told me anything. Mr. Burns: Yes, and I’m a___________ (6) she’s broken her leg. Mrs. Frost: Oh, no! That’s a__________ (7)! I have to call her parents immediately!
18 Make the adjectives using the nouns in brackets.
1 When I got home, I found a _____________ (mystery) message on the floor. 2 I knew it was _____________ (danger), but I had to do it. 3 Historians say that Richard I was a _____________ (courage) fighter, but that he wasn’t a good king. 4 I’m not a very _____________ (adventure) person, so everybody was surprised when I decided to go camping for a few days.
19 Choose the correct words.
1 King Arthur and his wife Guinevere lived in a castle at Tintagel / Camelot. 2 Arthur became king at the age of fifteen / twenty-five. 3 Merlin was Arthur’s friend. He was a wise knight / magician. 4 King Arthur had a magical sword called ‘Excalibur’ / ‘Uther’. 5 Robin Hood lived in Sherwood / Norwood Forest. 6 He stole from the rich to help the poor / stole from the poor to help the rich. 7 One of Robin’s main enemies was Richard the Lionheart / Prince John. 8 Robin Hood’s friends and followers were called the Happy / Merry Men.
1 I don’t like winter because the days are short. It gets d_________ at 4 p.m. 2 I got s_________ in a lift two days ago. I was really frightened. 3 Don’t get too c_________ to that dog. It’s dangerous! 4 I went running yesterday, but I got t_________ after 10 minutes. I had to sit down and have a rest. 5 I got really s_________ when I heard a scream behind me. 6 We got l_________ because we didn’t have a map. 7 Hurry up! Lunch is getting c_________!
21 Complete the text with the words and phrases in the box. in the end
20 Complete the sentences with the missing adjectives.
__________ my family and I went to the beach. 2__________ I was swimming I 3__________ saw something floating in the sea. 4__________ I got closer I could see that it was a bottle with a piece of paper in it. 5__________ I got out of the water and opened the bottle. 6__________ I was disappointed because there was nothing on the paper. It was blank! 1
decide / seem / want / promise / manage + infinitive It was very dangerous, but we decided to go. We got out of school early because we didn’t want to be late.
22 Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. 1 eat / I / was / because / hungry / wanted / I / to _
2 very / so / to / I / bed / tired / to / I / early / decided / go / was _
3 school / promised / to / them / he / take / to / zoo / the / after _
4 yesterday / Mark / upset / a bit / seemed / be / to _
5 managed / he / a / magic / because / he / win / sword / had / to _
SELF CHECK 2
SELF CHECK 2
Vocabulary 1 Find thirteen more prepositions of movement. T O W A R D S V
H U U L O O N E
R T N O U W Z R
O O D N N N B I
U F E G D Y K N
G V R Q X U P T
H A C R O S S O
l 5 1 brave c______________ 2 huge e______________ 3 terrible a______________ 4 fantastic b______________ 5 unusual w_____________
2 Write synonyms.
O F F P A S T O
3 Complete the missing words.
4 Choose the correct words.
1 I don’t like watching films on TV because there are so many chat shows / adverts. 2 At that time King Richard I was on the crown / throne. 3 I was frightening / frightened when I saw a snake near my house. 4 It is a complete mystery / mysterious how he managed to do it. 5 I saw a good documentary about the Middle Crusades / Ages last night.
1 I was so t__________ last night that I fell asleep on the sofa. 2 Harry Potter is the name of the main c__________ in the book. 3 King John r__________ from 1199 to 1216. 4 It gets d__________ at about nine o’clock in the summer. 5 My dad g__________ from university in 1998.
5 Complete the crossword. What’s the mystery word? 1 2 3
SELF CHECK 2
Grammar 6 Complete the sentences using the Past Simple or the Past Continuous of the verbs in brackets.
1 While I ______________ (walk) yesterday I ____________ (find) a gold coin in the street. 2 He ____________ (fall) while he ____________ (run) in the park. 3 We ____________ (have) lunch when we ____________ (hear) the news. 4 My brother ____________ (play) with his toys while I ____________ (study). 5 When he ____________ (come) home, his parents ____________ (sit) in the living room. l 6
7 Complete the text. Use ONE word in each gap.
Hugh 1 _______ born 2 _______ 1985 in a small town in England. 3_______ he was 18 years old he moved 4 _______London. First he worked as a taxi driver and then he became 5_______ actor. He 6_______ married five years ago and now he has a son and two daughters.
8 Choose the correct answers.
1 How many people _________ at the concert? a) there was b) there were c) was there
d) were there
2 I don’t watch ‘Big Brother’ _________ I don’t like reality shows. a) and b) but c) because d) so
d) from, through
4 I looked for your book, but I couldn’t find it _________. a) somewhere b) anywhere c) everywhere
3 He got out _________ the car and walked _________ me. a) of, towards b) of, through c) from, towards
5 My grandma isn’t feeling very _________. She gets tired very _________. a) good, easy b) good, easily c) well, easy d) well, easily
9 Put the words in the correct order to make questions. did / yesterday / what / you / do
What did you do yesterday?
1 doing / he / homework / 7 / was / o’clock / his / at ________________________________ 2 last / cinema / you / when / go / did / to / the ____________________________________ 3 were / when / you / called / what / you / I / doing ________________________________ 4 watch / episode / TV / last / did / an / your / series / of / night / you / favourite ________________________________________________________________________
? ? ? ?
10 Complete the dialogue with the missing words.
Pip: Hi, Brian! G__________ (1) what! My parents bought me a dog yesterday! Brian: R_________?!(2) That is f __________ (3)! Pip: But l __________ (4) to this! They bought it from your favourite singer! Brian: W__________! (5) Lucky you! Can I take it for a walk?
5 t i n U A
1 Write the words.
2 Put the words from exercise 1 in the correct columns. Sports
3 Write the nouns by adding suffixes -ation or -ition to the verbs. Make any necessary changes. 1 define 2 communicate 3 celebrate
_______________ _______________ _______________
4 combine 5 compete 6 inform
_______________ _______________ _______________
4 Complete the sentences with some of the nouns and verbs from exercise 3. 1 This book is full of useful _____________. 2 Mark _____________ his 20th birthday last weekend. 3 ‘Chencing’ is a _____________ of chess and fencing. 4 The students have to write the _____________ of the words. 5 My dream is to _____________ in the Olympics. 6 We can now easily _____________ with people who live in other countries.
1 see 2 sleep 3 wear 4 know 5 drive 6 run
1 3 4
6 Complete the sentences using the Present Perfect. 1 I ___________________ (already, do) the washing-up, but I ________________________ (not take) out the rubbish yet. 2 He ___________________ (never, read) a book in English. 3 The film ___________________ (not start) yet. 4 I ___________________ (just, brush) my teeth and I’m ready to go to bed. 5 I ___________________ (meet) him before, but we ___________________ (never, speak) to each other. 7 Write the questions using the Present Perfect. Then answer the questions. you / ever / be / England ? Have you ever been to England?
5 Complete the crossword with the past participles of the verbs. What’s the mystery word? 2
1 you / finish / your homework / yet? ___________________________________________________? 2 your best friend / ever / play / pool? ___________________________________________________? 3 you / already / tidy / your room? ___________________________________________________? 4 your mother / just / make / lunch? ___________________________________________________?
No, I haven’t.
_________________. _________________. _________________. _________________.
8 Write the questions for the answers. What have you written?
I have written an email.
1 _________________________________________? 2 _________________________________________? 3 _________________________________________? 4 _________________________________________? 5 _________________________________________?
I have done the vacuuming. He has gone to Germany. I have seen my neighbour today. She’s eaten a sandwich. They’ve moved to New York.
9 Match the words with the photos. an island a continent a waterfall a mountain an ocean a desert
10 Complete the sentences with the missing words.
1 The Andes in South America are the longest m__________ r__________ in the world. 2 The Romans built Hadrian’s W__________ in the second century. 3 The Caspian S__________ is between Europe and Asia. 4 The N__________ Pole is in the Arctic. 5 Great Britain is an i__________. 6 The Mediterranean S__________ is part of the Atlantic O__________.
Listen and repeat. buy
12 Listen again and put the words in the correct columns. /eɪ/
2.15 Listen and check.
a) 537 b) 2,859 c) 88,411 d) 792,305 e) 1,260,840
_________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________
14 Complete the table.
the most exciting
15 Complete the sentences with the comparative form of the adjectives.
1 London is ________________ than Belgrade. (big) 2 I think maths is ________________ than physics. (easy) 3 My cousin knows English well. My English is ________________ than his. (bad) 4 Big cities are usually ________________ than small towns. (dirty) 5 I think chess is ________________ than other board games. (interesting)
13 Write the numbers.
16 Make questions with the superlative form of the adjectives. Then answer the questions. 1 What is the ____________________ song you’ve ever heard? (good) _
2 Who is ____________________ person in your family? (young) _
3 What is your ____________________ food? (favourite) _
4 Who is ____________________ person you know? (lucky) _
5 What is ____________________ film you’ve ever seen? (bad) _
17 Complete the phrases using the words in the box. Then match the phrases with the pictures. valuable foreign choir horse part abroad B
1 take ___________ in a competition 2 find something ___________ B
3 sing in a ___________ 4 ride a ___________ 5 go ___________
6 speak a ___________ language
¡Hola! ¿Qué tal?
2.16 Complete the dialogue with the missing words. Then listen and check.
Oliver: Have you ever __________ (1) a horse, Robbie? Robbie: No, I haven’t, but I would _________ (2) to. Oliver: I _________ (3) a horse last year. It was fun.
Lucy: _________ (4) you ever eaten anything unusual, Amber? Amber: No, I haven’t, but my mum __________ (5) eaten snails. Lucy: Where _________ (6) she eat snails? Amber: I think she _________ (7) them in Spain a few years ago.
19 Complete the sentences using the Present Perfect or the Past Simple. 1 My parents ________________ (just, go) to work, but I’m still at home. I ________________ (wake up) half an hour ago. 2 My best friend ________________ (give) me a very nice present for my birthday last year. 3 My grandparents ________________ (go) away on holiday three days ago, but they ________________ (already, send) me a postcard. 4 __________ your brother ever ___________ (be) to Italy? 5 When __________ he __________ (go) there?
Unit 5 20 Complete the sentences with the missing words. 1 This cake is as delicious _______ the one you made last week. 2 My grandma isn’t young anymore, but she isn’t as _______ as my grandfather. 3 German is more difficult than English. It means that it isn’t as _______ as English. 4 This film isn’t so bad, but it also isn’t as good _______ the one we saw last week. 5 Barcelona is a big city, but it ______ as big as Madrid.
21 Choose the correct answers.
1 Edinburgh is the capital of ________________. a) Scotland b) Wales
c) Northern Ireland
2 ‘The Big Apple’ is a nickname for ________________. a) London b) New York c) Washington D.C.
3 The ________________ lives in the White House. a) British monarch b) President of the USA
c) Prime Minister of the UK
4 ‘The Union Jack’ is the name of the flag of ________________. a) the United Kingdom b) the United States c) the Republic of Ireland
5 The American English word for ‘chips’ is _________________. a) crisps b) French fries c) cookies
22 Write the British English words in the box next to their American English equivalents. shopping centre jumper
1 2 3 4
the movies soccer elevator sweater
________ ________ ________ ________
football the cinema
5 6 7 8
pants ________ sneakers ________ shopping mall ________ apartment ________
trainers trousers 9 10 11 12
mobile phone lorry
vacation truck yard cell phone
________ ________ ________ ________
23 Complete the names with the where necessary. 1 ____ Washington D.C. 2 ____ Serbia 3 ____ United Kingdom 4 ____ Africa 5 ____ Nile
6 ____ Lake Victoria 7 ____ North Sea 8 ____ Indian Ocean 9 ____ Oxford Street 10 ____ Leicester Square
11 ____ Richmond Park 12 ____ Science Museum 13 ____ Gobi Desert 14 ____ Kopaonik 15 ____ Alps
6 t i n U A
1 Match the words with the photos. 3
owl hamster robin
2 Complete the sentences using the plural of the nouns in brackets. 1 My dad caught three big _____________ (fish) last Saturday. 2 Did you see any _____________ (goose) on your grandparents’ farm? 3 Squirrels, hamsters, rats and_____________ (mouse) are all rodents. 4 _____________ (wolf) are the most dangerous predators in Europe. 5 I saw two _____________ (deer) in the forest yesterday. They were running very fast.
3 Complete the text using the Present Perfect.
Amber and Lucy 1_____________ (find) a robin. They don’t know if it 2_____________ (fall) out of a nest or if someone 3_____________ (hurt) it. They 4_____________ (take) the bird to their room to feed it. Oliver and Robbie 5_____________ (dig) a big hole. The girls 6_____________ (come) back and Lucy 7_____________ (see) a wooden box in the hole. 4 Complete the sentences with can, can’t, could or couldn’t. 1 I _______ ride a bicycle, but I _______ drive a car. I am still very young. 2 I _______ speak English five years ago, but I _______ speak it very well now. 3 My brother is an excellent swimmer. He _______ swim when he was 3 years old. 4 Eagles have amazing eyesight. They _______ see four to seven times better than humans. 5 ‛______ you read when you were 5?’ ‘No, I _______. I learned how to read when I was 6.’
begun drink __________ lose __________ begin blow __________ fly __________ steal __________ choose __________ grow __________ tell __________ cut __________ hide __________ wear __________ 6 Put the words in the correct columns. ten minutes
half an hour
I was a child
7 Complete the sentences using the Present Perfect.
1 We _____________ (be) best friends since we started school. 2 It _____________ (not rain) for two months. 3 They _____________ (not eat) anything since this morning. 4 She _____________ (send) me over ten text messages since 9 o’clock. 5 He _____________ (not see) his parents for a week.
5 Write the past participle form of the verbs.
8 Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.
1 had / watch / than / I / years / for / this / have / five / more _
2 has / anything / she / came / not / we / said / since _
3 awful / the / been / September / beginning / has / since / weather / of / the _
4 uncle / as / twenty / worked / for / my / cook / has / years / a _
9 Complete the questions using the Present Perfect. Then write the answers. 1 How long ______ you __________ (know) your teacher? _
2 How long ______ you __________ (live) in this town? _
3 How long ______ your best friend __________ (have) a mobile phone? _
10 Write the words.
11 Choose the correct words.
1 Lucy wore a beautiful red scarf around her neck / knee. 2 Your shoulders / cheeks are red. Is it cold outside? 3 I like your wrist / ankle watch. Where did you buy it? 4 I was digging a hole in the garden when you called me on my mobile. I couldn’t answer it because my hands / feet were dirty. 5 Please don’t eat with your toes / fingers. Take a fork!
12 Complete the text with the words in the box. ago
Robbie has jumped into the hole and 1_________ his ankle. His leg 2_________ a little, but he can still walk. He has 3_________ broken his leg before, but he broke his arm three years 4 _________ while he was cycling 5_________ a hill. The children have opened the 6_________ box and found pieces of a puzzle. The picture in the 7 _________ is the same as one of the pictures in the girls’ room. Oliver thinks it has been there for a long 8_________, but 9_________ knows who the boy on a horse is.
13 2.17 Listen and repeat. know
14 Listen again. Circle the words in which the letter ‘k’ is silent. 2.18 Listen and check.
1 I ________________ (never, see) a tiger, but I _______ (see) a lion at the zoo last month. 2 I ________________ (not play) computer games since last week. 3 My aunt ________________ (move) to another town a year ago, but she ________________ (not sell) her house yet. 4 My grandfather ________________ (visit) three continents. Actually, he ______________ (just, return) from Canada. 5 She________________ (start) school in 2011, which means she ________________ (be) a student here for 6 years. 6 I don’t want to watch that film because I _______________ (already, read) the book.
16 Complete the sentences so that they are true for you.
1 I have never ______________________________________________________________. 2 My friend hasn’t _______________________________________________________ yet. 3 I didn’t __________________________________________________________ yesterday. 4 I haven’t ____________________________________________________ for a long time. 5 My cousin _________________________________________________________ last year. 17 Put the words in the correct order to make questions. Then write the answers.
1 learn / did / read / how / when / to / you _ ? ________________________________________________________________________. 2 same / long / house / you / lived / the / have / how / in _ ? ________________________________________________________________________.
15 Complete the sentences using the Past Simple or the Present Perfect.
3 up / you / what / did / get / yesterday / time _ ? ________________________________________________________________________. 4 have / countries / to / you / which / been _ ? ________________________________________________________________________.
18 Complete the sentences with the, a/an or Ø.
1 My grandparents live in ____ village. ____ village is near the town where I live. 2 ____ Danube is ____ longest river in Serbia. 3 Is your brother still in ____ bed? No, he isn’t. He is at ____ school. 4 My friend has got ____cat and ____ iguana. ____ cat’s name is John and ____ iguana’s name is Don. 5 I usually have ____ lunch at ____ home, but today I am going to eat in ____ restaurant.
19 Look at the pictures and complete the phrases using the words in the box. Then match the phrases with the pictures. elbow throat
B 1 She’s sprained her ___________. 2 He’s broken his ___________.
3 Her ___________ hurts. 4 He’s cut his ___________. 5 She’s got a sore ___________.
6 He feels pain in his ___________.
2.19 Complete the dialogues with the missing words. Then listen and check.
Mr. Burns: What’s the m_______ (1) Mrs. Frost? You don’t look well. Mrs. Frost: I’ve g______ (2) a headache. Mr. Burns: Have you taken any m_________(3)? Mrs. Frost: No, I haven’t. Mr. Burns: You should t_________ (4) a tablet. You will feel much better.
Lucy: What’s w__________ (5) Amber? Amber: My back h__________ (6). Lucy: Well, you shouldn’t d________ (7) any exercise today. Amber: Do you think I should s_________ (8) in bed? Lucy: Yes, I think you s_________ (9) have a rest.
21 Write true or false.
1 The capybara is a reptile / rodent. 2 Pot-bellied pigs are from Vietnam / China. 3 Miniature donkeys can live up to fifteen / thirty-five years. 4 Pygmy goats are quite big / small. 5 Sugar gliders are active during the day / at night.
22 Choose the correct answers.
1 Capybaras are from ________________ . a) Africa b) South America c) North America 2 Pot-bellied pigs are very ________________. a) intelligent b) kind c) active 3 ________________ can be aggressive. a) Pygmy goats b) Pot-bellied pigs c) Miniature donkeys 4 ________________ like to swim. a) Miniature donkeys b) Sugar gliders c) Capybaras 5 Sugar gliders, koalas and _________________ are marsupials. a) hamsters b) kangaroos c) rhinos
23 Read about Harry’s problem and Amber’s reply and complete the texts with the words in the box. only
I’m 11 years old and I 1_________ haven’t got a mobile phone! Everyone in my class has got one, but my parents say that 2_________ at the screen is bad for my eyes and that I’m 3_________ responsible enough. All my friends spend a lot time playing games on 4 _________ phones and texting each other, but I can’t 5_________ any of these things. What 6_________ I do? Harry, 11 Post
Hi, Harry! I’m 7_________ your parents want what’s best for you, but I understand that you don’t want to be the 8_________ person in your class who hasn’t got a mobile phone. I think you should show your parents that you are responsible by 9_________ your homework, getting better marks at school and tidying your room. Try talking to them and 10 _________ them that you won’t spend a lot of time using your phone. Amber, 13 Post
SELF CHECK 3
SELF CHECK 3
Vocabulary 1 Find sixteen more parts of the body.
2 Complete the missing words. 1 ‘Have you ever found anything v__________?’ ‘Yes, I have. I found a few gold coins last year.’ 2 The North P__________ is in the Arctic. 3 You should take some m__________ if you’ve got a cold. 4 The Caspian Sea is the largest l__________ in the world. 5 I’ve never taken part in a sports e__________, but I would like to.
S K F C H E E K T H N
I W O F Y C O
O E N R I O E H E
U E G I N O S E E
L C E S N T A S L
D H R T E A R T B
E I B A C K M Y O
R N A N K L E F W
3 Choose the correct words.
4 Write the American English words.
1 trousers__________________________ 2 mobile phone______________________ 3 football __________________________ 4 holiday __________________________ 5 trainers __________________________ 6 flat ______________________________ 7 garden ___________________________
1 The students have to write the define / definitions of the words. 2 Smog is a combination / competition of the words ‘smoke’ and ‘fog’. 3 This little bird is hurt, but it is still dead / alive. 4 Rats and mice are rodents / marsupials. 5 He fell and sprained his chest / ankle.
5 Complete the crossword. What’s the mystery word?
SELF CHECK 3
Grammar 6 Complete the sentences using the Past Simple or the Present Perfect of the verbs in brackets.
1 I have_____________ (never, drive) a car, but I ___________ (ride) a motorbike. 2 ‘When ______ Peter _______ (leave)? ‘Actually, he ____________ (just, go).’ 3 My sister ____________ (get) married last year. 4 We ____________ (not, see) Robert and Linda since last summer. 5 The letter ____________ (arrive) a few hours ago, but I ____________ (not, read) it yet. l 5
7 Complete the text. Use ONE word in each gap.
I have 1 _______tried fencing, but I would 2 _______ to. I think it is more interesting 3_______ most other sports. However, my favourite sport is football. I have played it 4 _______ten years and I think it is 5_______ best sport in the world.
8 Choose the correct answers.
1 I usually have _________ breakfast at _________ home. a) Ø, Ø, b) Ø, the c) a, Ø
d) a, the
2 ‘How long _______ you _______ your dog?’ ‘Only a month. It is still a puppy.’ a) have...had b) are...having c) do...have d) did...have
3 I saw some _________ and _________ in the lake near my house. a) fish, goose b) fish, geese c) fishes, goose d) fishes, geese
4 You _________ go any further because you _________ swim very well. a) should, can b) should, can’t c) shouldn’t, can d) shouldn’t, can’t 5 I love Paris. For me it is _________ beautiful city in Europe. a) more b) less c) the most d) the least
9 Put the words in the correct order to make questions. done / you / what / have?
What have you done?
1 his / him / taller / is / than / brother 2 have / been / how / you / here / long 3 least / is / sport / your / what / favourite 4 taken / in / you / competition / ever / a / have / part _
? ? ? ?
10 Complete the dialogue with the missing words.
A: What’s w_________ (1)? You don’t look w_________ (2). B: I’ve got toothache. I’m in a lot of p_________ (3). What s_________ (4) I do? A: I think you should see a d_________ (5) immediately.
7 t i n U
1 Write the adjectives for the given nouns using suffixes -y or -ful. Make any necessary changes. 1 health _______________ 6 ice _______________ _______________ 7 anger _______________ 2 use 3 colour _______________ 8 help _______________ 4 fog _______________ 9 beauty _______________ 5 pain _______________ 10 sun _______________
2 Choose the correct words. 1 I’m sorry the house is so mess / messy. I haven’t had time to clean it yet. 2 My uncle is a success / successful businessman. He’s had his own company for 20 years. 3 It’s very peace / peaceful here in the forest. 4 There is so much noise / noisy in the city that I’m thinking of moving to the countryside. 5 She always uses the same pencil when she takes an exam because she thinks it brings her good luck / lucky. 6 Take care / careful when you are crossing the street! 7 This video is a lot of fun / funny. I really enjoyed watching it.
3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the phrasal verbs in the box. give up
look forward to
1 We have to _____________ what actually happened last night. 2 She _____________ some old photos in the attic last week. 3 I can’t guess the answer! I _____________! 4 My brother and I don’t _____________. We often argue. 5 I’m really _____________ our holiday.
4 Complete the dialogue. Use ONE word in each gap. Tim: Are you 1____________anything tonight, Ellie? Ellie: I 2____________ staying at home. I have to study. Tim: 3____________ are you doing tomorrow? Ellie: My parents and I are 4____________ to my grandparents’ place. Tim: How 5____________ Sunday then? Ellie: I’m 6____________ doing anything on Sunday. I’ll be free the whole day. Tim: Matt and I are going to the cinema. 7____________ you want to come with us? 5 Look at the table and write questions and answers using the Present Continuous. Lucy and Amber Mrs. Frost
tomorrow travelling to London meeting her sister
Sunday playing tennis going to a restaurant
1 Mrs.Frost/cinema/Sunday? Is Mrs. Frost going to the cinema on Sunday? No, she isn’t. 2 she/restaurant/Sunday? ? ___________. 3 she/sister/tomorrow? ? ___________. 4 Amber/Lucy/tennis/Sunday ? ___________. 5 they/Paris/tomorrow ? ___________.
1 They 2 He 3 We 4 I
(not study) today because they are very tired. (see) his friends tonight. (take) part in a competition next week. (not do) the washing-up today. My mum (do) it.
7 Complete the sentences so that they are true for you. Use be going to.
1 I’m ________________________________________________________________ today. 2 I’m not ________________________________________________________ on Saturday. 3 My friends _____________________________________________________ after school. 4 My teacher _________________________________________________________ in July. 5 My parents ___________________________________________________ next weekend. 8 Look at the pictures. What are they going to do this weekend? Write questions and short answers. Oliver / study physics Is Oliver going to study physics? No, he isn’t. He is going to study history.
1 Mrs. Frost / chat on the Internet ____________________________________________? ____________________________________________.
6 Complete the sentences with the correct form of be going to.
2 Lucy and Amber / take photos of lions ____________________________________________? ____________________________________________. 3 Mr. Burns / drive a lorry ____________________________________________? ____________________________________________. 4 Oliver and Robbie / play darts ____________________________________________? ____________________________________________.
9 Write the questions for the answers.
What are you going to play? I’m going to play volleyball.
1 Who ? He is going to meet a friend. 2 ? They are going to buy a car next month. 3 ? I’m going to watch a film at the cinema. 4 ? They are going to stay there for a week. 5 ? She’s going to clean the floor because it is dirty.
10 Write the words in the box under the pictures. rectangle
T R W C C X Q U C O Z Y S M M O E C
I L E A T H E R T
A G S R T F T D A
N P I E O J A G N
G O L D N K L C G
U V V R W U E L U
L A E G L A S S L
A L R U J Y I Q A
R O U N D B V N R
P L A S T I C V R
11 Find five shapes and seven materials.
12 Look at the pictures and choose the correct words. Picture 1
a) a round leather box b) a square paper box
a) an oval metal tray b) a rectangular plastic tray
a) a triangular plate b) a round bowl
2.20 Listen and repeat.
14 Listen again. Circle the words in which the letter ‘l’ is silent. 2.21 Listen and check.
1 disappear / the / will / future / books / in ___________________________________________? __________________________. 2 be / tomorrow / will / like / weather / what / the ___________________________________________? __________________________. 3 live / you / years / will / in / where / twenty ___________________________________________? __________________________. 4 many / will / children / you / how / have ___________________________________________? __________________________.
5 when / do / will / up / job / you / what / grow / you ___________________________________________? __________________________. 16 Look at the pictures and write the missing vowels. 1 w__-f__ 2 __b__ __k 3 d__m__st__c r__b__t 4 GPS tr__ck__r 5 d__skt__p c__mp__t__r 6 __nst__nt m__ss__g__ng __pps
15 Put the words in the correct order to make questions. Then write the answers.
17 Match sentence halves.
1 If we don’t hurry, 2 You’ll be sick 3 If it is snows tomorrow, 4 If it doesn’t rain, 5 You won’t be thirsty
A if you drink some water. B if you eat too much chocolate. C you won’t need an umbrella. D we’ll be late. E we’ll go skiing.
18 Complete the sentences using your own ideas.
1 If I do my homework now, ___________________________________________________. 2 He’ll be disappointed if he ___________________________________________________. 3 If I pass the exam, __________________________________________________________. 4 I’ll be happy if ____________________________________________________________. 5 She won’t go out if _________________________________________________________.
19 Write the words.
20 Put the words from exercise 19 in the correct columns. Accessories
Complete the dialogue with the missing words. Then listen and check.
Assistant: 1____ I help you? Robbie: Yes, I’m looking 2_____ trainers. Assistant: Trainers are over there. Robbie: I like these. Can I try them 3_____, please? Assistant: Of 4_____. What size are you? Robbie: Four.
Assistant: Here you are. The changing 5 _____ is over there. Robbie: Thanks. Assistant: Do they 6_____ you? Robbie: They are perfect. How 7_____ are they? Assistant: £19.99. Robbie: I’ll 8_____ them.
22 Choose the correct words.
1 I liked those shoes, but I didn’t buy them because they were too / much small. 2 If you don’t like these red boots, try other / another pair in red. 3 This sweatshirt is nothing special, but the one / ones you bought is really cool. 4 I don’t like this cake. It isn’t enough sweet / sweet enough. 5 Mmm…these biscuits are so delicious. Can I have another / another one, please?
23 Match 1–5 with A or B. 1 If you open an umbrella in the house, 2 If you walk under a ladder, 3 If you hang a horseshoe over the door, 4 If you break a mirror, 5 If you find a four-leaf clover,
A you will have good luck. B you will have bad luck.
24 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. superstition
1 My cousin thinks that carrying a rabbit’s foot will bring her good _____________. 2 A lot of people believe that Friday 13th is an _____________ day. 3 I believe that some objects bring good and bad luck. I am very _____________. 4 There is a _____________ in Russia that you won’t get married if you sit at the corner of the table. 5 English people think that they will be ____________ if a black cat crosses their path.
25 2.23 Read Lucy’s reply to Daisy’s email. Correct the mistakes and complete the missing words. Then listen and check. New Message
To: email@example.com Subject:
I’m sorry I haven’t wrote earlier. I’d love to come to London in August. Actually, I was there for the weekend and I had 1________ great time. Amber and I went shopping in Oxford Street on Saturday. I buy a pair of flip-flops and a really nice dress. 2________ Sunday we have gone to the Tower of London, where we saw the crown jewels! Then we walked along 3________ Thames to the London Eye, but we didn’t have time to see any museums. We should definitely go 4________ the Science Museum and the National Gallery when I come to visit you.
We having a food festival this weekend. My best friends and I are going to take part in a cooking competition and I’m really 5________ forward to it. I’m travelling to Greece at 14th August, so I can come and stay with you before that.
8 t i n U A
1 Match the words with the photos. flour
garlic pepper coffee peas spices
2 Put the words from exercise 1 in the correct columns. Vegetables
3 Choose the correct words.
1 My friend’s dad made a delicious chocolate cake for starter / dessert. 2 I’ve bought some fresh green peas / mushrooms at the market. 3 Would you like another piece of apple biscuit / pie? 4 Put the spaghetti in the boiling / frying water and cook them for about ten minutes. 5 When the pasta is finished, add / cook it to the sauce and put some cheese on top.
4 Complete the sentences with the missing words.
1 My mum made a lemon t___________ yesterday. She knows that it’s one of my favourite cakes. 2 We had fish and rice for our m___________ course. 3 I am going to make a lamb s___________ for dinner. 4 He cut his finger while he was c___________ onions. 5 You don’t have to p___________ the potatoes before boiling them.
1 bread 2 olive 3 yoghurt 4 beef
5 cheese 6 biscuit 7 chip 8 flour
____ ____ ____ ____
____ ____ ____ ____
9 10 11 12
mushroom pasta meal ingredient
____ ____ ____ ____
6 Look at the table and complete the sentences with some, any, no, much or many.
vegetables √ meat ×
fruit √√√ beer ×
1 Mrs. Frost had ______ food for breakfast, but she drank ______ coffee. 2 Mr. Burns had ______ sandwiches for breakfast and he drank ______ tea. 3 Mrs. Frost had ______ pasta for lunch, but didn’t eat ______ vegetables. 4 Mrs. Frost didn’t have______ meat for lunch. 5 Mr. Burns ate ______ meat for lunch, but he didn’t eat ______ potatoes. 6 Mrs. Frost ate ______ fruit for dinner, but she didn’t drink ______ beer. 7 Mr. Burns had ______ spaghetti for dinner, but he didn’t drink ______ wine. 7 Cross the incorrect answers.
5 Write C (countable) or U (uncountable) for the following nouns.
1 There are ________ books on the shelf. a) some b) a lot c) no 2 There wasn’t ________ milk left in the fridge. a) any b) much c) many 3 ________ people came to the meeting yesterday. a) A few b) A little c) A lot of 4 I didn’t buy ________ computer games last year. a) much b) many c) any 5 I’ve got _______ free time, so I can help you do your homework. a) a little b) a few c) some
8 Complete the dialogue. Use ONE word in each gap.
Tim: Do we need 1_________ meat for the stew? Ellie: Of course, we need a lot 2_________ meat and some vegetables. Tim: 3_________ many potatoes are there? Ellie: Not 4_________, but I think there will be enough. There are also 5_________ few carrots, but I’m afraid there is 6_________ garlic. Tim: Then we’ll have to buy 7_________ garlic and I think there isn’t 8_________ olive oil left.
P I N E A P P L E W G
O R A N G E X K P A E
M Q H Z U A C I L T B
E T S L V R H W U E L
G R A P E S E I M R U
R A S P B E R R Y M E
A P P L E D R W J E B
N U C A F E Y D B L E
A P R I C O T X V O R
T I J H B Z A O I N R
E B L A C K B E R R Y
9 Find fourteen types of fruit.
10 Complete the table with the missing numbers. Cardinal number one three
Ordinal number thirteenth fifteenth
2.24 Listen and repeat.
12 Listen again and put the words in the correct columns. /ɪə/
2.25 Listen and check.
1 My mother _________________ (not watch) the news now. 2 I _________________ (come) across some old photos a few days ago. 3 He _________________ (sleep) when the phone rang. 4 The film _________________ (just, begin). 5 ‘There is no coffee left.’ ‘I _________________ (go) and buy some straight away.’ 14 Write the questions for the answers. What does he do?
He is an engineer.
? He was watching TV when she came in. 1 What ? I am going to a party this evening. 2 3 ? Arthur married princess Guinevere. 4 ? Arthur married princess Guinevere. 5 ? She has known him for ten years. ? My father wears a suit every day 6 because he works in a bank. 15 Look at the model and write correct sentences. I / already ask / they / to come with me
I have already asked them to come with me.
1 His / grandparents / give / he / a toy / last week 2 I / always buy / they / presents. 3 My father / teach / I / to drive / at the moment. 4 I / not send / she / an email / yet 5 They / show / we / their new car / tomorrow
13 Complete the sentences with the correct verb forms.
. . . . .
16 Make the nouns using the verbs and adjectives in brackets. 1 Winning the gold medal was a great _____________ (achieve) for me. 2 The _____________ (discover) of America happened in 1492. 3 He missed two days of school because of _____________ (ill). 4 Please call me if you have any _____________ (difficult).
17 Choose the correct words.
1 I stopped wearing these shoes because they are very _____________. a) uncomfortable b) imcomfortable c) discomfortable 2 You have to plan things better. You are so _____________! a) unorganized b) imorganized c) disorganized 3 It would be _____________ to leave now. We arrived only 15 minutes ago! a) unpolite b) impolite c) dispolite 4 My room was so dirty and _____________ that it took me three hours to clean it. a) untidy b) imtidy c) distidy 5 I find it _____________ to fall asleep with the TV on. a) unpossible b) impossible c) dispossible
SELF CHECK 4
SELF CHECK 4 Vocabulary
1 Find twelve more ordinal numbers. T W E N T F
E T H
L W N
X U B R
X T H E
E V E N T H
G H T H T H
O U R
C O N D D
3 Choose the correct words.
4 Write the adjectives.
5 Complete the crossword. What’s the mystery word?
_______________ 1 luck 2 friend _______________ 3 triangle _______________ 4 fog _______________ 5 comfort _______________ 6 rectangle _______________ 7 anger _______________ 8 beauty _______________
1 He doesn’t get across / on well with his sister. They always argue. 2 I don’t like doing the housework. That’s why I’d like to have a domestic robot / GPS. 3 These socks are made of cotton / leather. 4 We had lamb and potatoes for our main course / dessert. 5 What’s your favourite vegetable? Mine is the beetroot / pomegranate.
1 I can’t sit in this chair any longer. It’s very u______________. 2 I’m going to make a s______________ tonight, so we’ll need some meat and vegetables. 3 Don’t be so i______________! You’ll have to wait a few minutes. 4 Your bedroom is always m______________. You should definitely tidy it more often. 5 Can you please take a glass? It isn’t nice to drink from a b______________.
R R A Z M Q V L N
2 Complete the missing words.
SELF CHECK 4
Grammar 6 Complete the sentences using the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1 My dad is a taxi driver, so he often _______________ (work) at night. 2 I _____________ (ring) you last night, but you ______________ (not be) at home. 3 If I go to New York, I ______________ (see) the Empire State Building. 4 I ______________ (never, sing) in a choir, but my sister has. 5 What _______ you _______ (do) at 8’clock last night? 6 I ______________ (have) a party next Friday. I have invited over 20 friends. l 6
7 Complete the text. Use ONE word in each gap. Hi Mia, I’m 1 _______I haven’t written earlier. I have 2 _______ very busy. I’m taking my last exam 3 _______ 25th June and I 4 _______be free after that. 5 _______ you like to come to my place in July? Keep 6_______ touch, Kathy 8 Choose the correct answers.
1 He _________ across the bridge when he _________ a loud bang. a) drove, heard b) was driving, heard c) drove, has heard d) was driving, has heard 2 I _________ an ebook reader last week, but I _________ read any ebooks yet. a) bought, didn’t b) ’ve bought, didn’t c) bought, haven’t d) ’ve bought, haven’t 3 I _________ angry if he _________ come. a) ’ll be, won’t b) ’ll be, doesn’t c) am, won’t d) am, doesn’t 4 I’m afraid we can’t make pancakes as there aren’t _________ eggs left. a) no b) some c) any d) much 5 ‘My car has _________ down.’ ‘Don’t worry! I _________ help you repair it!’ а) broke, will b) broke, would c) broken, will d) broken, would
9 Put the words in the correct order to make questions.
1 time / you / week / do / this / any / free / have ___________________________________ 2 you / to / send / who / message / did / a ________________________________________ 3 will / save / go / you / where / money / you / if / enough ___________________________ 4 saw / talking / who / you / when / I / you / to / were ______________________________
l 4 ? ? ? ?
10 Choose the correct words.
Tim: Excuse me, have you got these trousers in 1other / another colour? Assistant: Sure. We’ve got blue 2one / ones. Tim: Can I try them 3on / up, please? Assistant: Of course. Here you are. Assistant: Are they 4big enough / too big? Tim: Yes, they are perfect. I’ll 5buy / take them.
K C E H C R MMA
Negative I’m not from Britain. He/She/It isn’t British. We/You/They aren’t fourteen.
Questions Am I from Britain? Is he/she/it British? Are you/we/they fourteen?
Negative I/you/we/they haven’t got a map. He/She/It hasn’t got a torch.
Questions Have I/you/we/they got a map? Has he/she/it got a torch?
Affirmative I’m from Britain. He/She/It’s British. We/You/They’re fourteen.
Affirmative I/You/We/They’ve got a map. He/She/It’s got a torch.
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Singular my your his/her/its
Plural our your their
Singular mine yours his/her/its
That’s my comb. These are our toys.
> The comb is mine. > The toys are ours.
Plural ours yours theirs
THERE IS / THERE ARE
Affirmative Negative There is a picture on the wall. There isn’t a picture on the wall. There are some pictures There aren’t any pictures on on the wall. the wall.
Questions Is there a picture on the wall? Are there any pictures on the wall?
Affirmative Negative Questions I/You/We/They live in the UK. I/you/we/they don’t live in the UK. Do I/you/we/they live in the UK? He/She/It lives in Serbia. He/She/It doesn’t live in Serbia. Does he/she/it live in Serbia?
We use the Present Simple to talk about facts, habits and routines. She works in a bank. I usually get up at 7 a.m. He does exercise every day.
wear + s = wears
finish + es = finishes
stay + s = stays
try + es = tries
GRAMMAR CHECK ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY always usually often sometimes hardly ever never
Adverbs of frequency go: – before the main verb. She always wears glasses. – after the verb to be. She is always happy.
TO BE LIKE / TO LOOK LIKE
We ask ‘What does he/she look like?’ when we talk about someone’s appearance. We ask ‘What is he/she like?’ when we talk about someone’s personality.
What does he look like? What is he like?
He’s got fair hair and green eyes. He is very nice and friendly.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS Affirmative I am studying. You/We/They are cycling. He/She/It is sitting.
Negative I’m not studying. You/We/They aren’t cycling. He/She/It isn’t sitting.
Questions Am I studying? Are you/we/they cycling? Is he/she/it is sitting?
We use the Present Continuous to talk about things happening now. What are you doing now? He’s doing the washing-up at the moment.
wear + ing = wearing play + ing = playing live + ing = living get + ing = getting
Some verbs are almost never used in the continuous form. They are called state verbs (like, love, prefer, hate, know, believe, suppose, understand, want, need, etc.). I like music. I am liking music.
Affirmative I/You/We/They have to work. He/She/It has to work.
Negative Questions I/You/We/They don’t have to work. Do I/you/we/they have to work? He/She/It doesn’t have to work. Does he/she/it have to work?
MUST / MUSTN’T Affirmative You must go there.
Negative You mustn’t go there.
Questions Must you go there?
We use must and have to to talk about rules and obligations. We use mustn’t to express prohibition. ZERO CONDITIONAL
If clause (Present Simple) + Main clause (Present Simple)
We use the Zero conditional to talk about facts or things that are generally true. If it rains, the grass gets wet. Ice melts if you heat it.
BE (PAST) Affirmative I/He/She/It was at home. You/We/They were at work.
Negative I/He/She/It wasn’t at home. You/We/They weren’t at work.
Questions Was I/he/she/it at home? Were you/we/they at work?
PAST SIMPLE (REGULAR VERBS)
look + ed = looked
Negative I/He/She/It You/We/They
Questions I/he/she/it from Did you/we/they
move + d = moved
carry + ed = carried
beg + ed = begged
PAST SIMPLE (IRREGULAR VERBS) Affirmative I/He/She/It
Questions I/he/she/it from Did you/we/they
We use the Past Simple to talk about completed actions in the past. He grew up in London. Where did you finish university? I went to Argentina last year. What did John write? Who wrote a book?
John wrote a book. John wrote a book.
Affirmative I/He/She/It was studying. You/We/They were cycling.
Negative I/He/She/It wasn’t studying. You/We/They weren’t cycling.
Questions Was I/he/she/it studying? Were you/we/they cycling?
We use the Past Continuous for an action which was in progress at a certain time in the past. What were you doing at 8 o’clock last night? We often use the Past Simple with the Past Continuous to express a short action in the middle of a long action. While we were swimming in the sea we saw a big jellyfish. PRONOUNS AND ADVERBS (WITH EVERY, SOME, ANY, NO) People Objects Places
everybody everything everywhere
somebody something somewhere
anybody anything anywhere
nobody nothing nowhere
Everything is all right. Something is wrong. Do you know anything about it? I don’t know anything. I know nothing about it.
GRAMMAR CHECK USED TO We use used to to talk about past states and habits which are no longer true. In the first half of the 20th century people used to watch films only at the cinema. My grandparents didn't use to have a colour TV when they were children. ADVERBS OF MANNER Adjective careful easy fast good
• I am a fast swimmer. I can swim fast. • He is a good cook. He cooks well.
Adverb carefully easily fast well
Affirmative I/You/We/They have answered. He/She/It has eaten.
Negative Questions I/You/We/They haven’t answered. Have I/you/we/they answered? He/She/It hasn’t eaten. Has he/she/it eaten?
We use the Present Prefect for: • things that have happened until now, but we don’t say exactly when. Have you ever seen a hippo? I’ve never swum in an ocean. I have been to China before. • recent past actions (with already, just and yet). We’ve already spoken to him. I’ve just had an idea. He hasn’t done his homework yet. • something that started in the past and continues up to this moment (with for and since). How long have you been here? I’ve known her for six years. He’s lived here since 2010. ARTICLES
We use a/an with: • singular countable nouns when we mention something for the first time: This is a wooden box. • professions: He is an engineer. We use the with: • singular and plural nouns when we mention something again; when it is clear what we are talking about: We found a robin in the forest. The robin was hurt. • superlatives: That’s the best song I’ve ever heard. • ordinal numbers: the first, the tenth, the twenty-third. • the names of unions of countries or states: the USA, the United Kingdom. • the names of rivers, seas and oceans: the Danube, the Black Sea, the Pacific Ocean. • the names of lakes with the 'of-phrase' and the names of groups of lakes: the Lake of Ohrid, the Great Lakes. • the names of deserts and mountain ranges: the Sahara, the Alps. • museums, theatres, cinemas, hotels: the National Museum, the Grand Hotel. We use no article (Ø) with: • cities, countries and continents: Belgrade, Serbia, Europe. • mountains and lakes: Kopaonik, Silver Lake. • streets, parks and squares: Oxford Street, Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square. • sports and games: tennis, chess. • days and months: Monday, July. • meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner. • certain expressions: at home, at school, in bed, in hospital, by car, on foot.
GRAMMAR CHECK COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES
COMPARISON OF EQUALITY When two people or things are equal in some way, we use as + adjective + as.
high large thin lazy
higher larger thinner lazier
the highest the largest the thinnest the laziest
more expensive less popular
the most expensive the least popular
good bad far
better worse further farther
the best the worst the furthest the farthest
CAN / CAN’T Affirmative I/He/She/It We/You/They
This game is as interesting as the one we played yesterday.
We use can and can’t to express ability and permission. I can ride a bicycle. I could walk when I was one. Can I go out?
SHOULD / SHOULDN’T Affirmative
should have a rest. We/You/They
shouldn’t go out.
You can’t talk in class.
stay in bed?
We use should and shouldn’t to ask for and give advice. What should I do? He should see a doctor. You shouldn’t do any exercise today.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS (FOR THE FUTURE)
We use the Present Continuous to talk about future arrangements. What are you doing this evening? I’m meeting a friend tonight. He’s going to France on 21st July.
BE GOING TO Affirmative
I’m going to dance. He/She/It’s going to dance. We/You/They’re going to dance.
I’m not going to dance. He/She/It isn’t going to dance. We/You/They aren’t going to dance.
Am I going to dance? Is he/she /it going to dance? Are you/we/they going to dance?
We use ‛be going to’ to talk about plans and intentions. What are you going to study?
I’m not going to give up.
He is going to start his own company.
GRAMMAR CHECK WILL / WON’T Affirmative I/He/She/It We/You/They
will play. (’ll)
will not play. (won’t)
We use will: • to make predictions about the future: Domestic robots will be common in households by 2030. • to talk about instant decisions: It’s very hot in here. I’ll open the window. • for offers and promises: I’ll help you with your homework.
If clause (Present Simple)
Main clause (will/won’t + infinitive)
We use the First Conditional to talk about a possible or probable situation and the future result. If the weather is good, we’ll go to the beach. I’ll be sad if my favourite football team loses the match. COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
There are a lot of pears. There are some biscuits. There are a few biscuits.
There aren’t many pears. There aren’t any biscuits. There are no biscuits.
Are there any pears?
There is a lot of flour. There is some oil. There is a little oil.
There isn’t much flour. There isn’t any oil. There is no oil.
Is there any flour?
How many biscuits are there?
How much oil is there?
DIRECT AND INDIRECT OBJECT
Some verbs can have two objects (e.g. give, send, tell, ask, teach, show, etc.). I’ll show you my room. He taught me a lesson. ONE / ONES / ANOTHER / ANOTHER ONE
We use one (singular) and ones (plural) to avoid repetition. Which is your car – the white one or the red one? Would you like another cup of tea? Yes, I’d like another one, please. These shoes are too old. I need some new ones. TOO / ENOUGH We use too before and enough after an adjective. I can’t wear this shirt because it isn’t big enough. This shirt is too small for me.
T S I L D OR
anywhere /ˈenɪweə/ – било где apartment /əˈpɑːtmənt/ – стан app /æp/ – апликација appear /əˈpɪə/ – појавити се appearance /əˈpɪərəns/ – изглед, појава approach /əˈprəʊtʃ/ – прићи apricot /ˈeɪprɪkɒt/ – кајсија archer /ˈɑːtʃə/ – стрелац archery /ˈɑːtʃəri/ – стрељаштво architect /ˈɑːkɪtekt/ – архитекта arm /ɑːm/ – рука armour /ˈɑːmə/ – оклоп arrangement /əˈreɪndʒmənt/ – договор arrow /ˈærəʊ/ – стрела as well /æz wel/ – као и, такође associate /əˈsəʊsieɪt/ – асоцирати, повезати athletics /æθˈletɪks/ – атлетика attack /əˈtæk/ – напад; напасти attention /əˈtenʃən/ – пажња attic /ˈætɪk/ – таван, поткровље aunt /ɑːnt/ – тетка; ујна; стрина average /ˈævərɪdʒ/ – просечан avoid /əˈvɔɪd/ – избећи awful /ˈɔːfəl/ – грозан, ужасан
a bit /ə bɪt/ – мало a few /ə fjuː/ – неколико abroad /əˈbrɔːd/ – иностранство accessories /əkˈsesərɪz/ – модни детаљи accident /ˈæksɪdənt/ – несрећа, незгода accommodation /əkɒməˈdeɪʃən/ – смештај according to /əˈkɔːdɪŋ tuː/ – према achieve /əˈtʃiːv/ – постићи achievement /əˈtʃiːvmənt/ – достигнуће across /əˈkrɒs/ – преко action /ˈækʃən/ – радња active /ˈæktɪv/ – активан actually /ˈæktʃuəli/ – заправо, у ствари add /æd/ – додати addict /ˈædɪkt/ – зависник addicted (to) /əˈdɪktɪd/ – завистан (од нечега) address /əˈdres/ – адреса admit /ədˈmɪt/ – признати advantage /ədˈvɑːntɪdʒ/ – предност adventure /ədˈventʃə/ – авантура adventurous /ədˈventʃərəs/ – авантуристички advert /ˈædvɜ:t/ – реклама advice /ədˈvaɪs/ – савет afford /əˈfɔːd/ – приуштити aggressive /əˈɡresɪv/ – агресиван air /eə/ – ваздух alive /əˈlaɪv/ – жив already /ɔːlˈredi/ – већ although /ɔːlˈðəʊ/ – иако always /ˈɔːlweɪz/ – увек amazed /əˈmeɪzd/ – зачуђен, запањен amazing /əˈmeɪzɪŋ/ – невероватан, запањујући anger /ˈæŋɡə/ – љутња ankle /ˈæŋkəl/ – чланак announce /əˈnaʊns/ – најавити another /əˈnʌðə/ – други, још један anybody /ˈenɪbɒdi/ – било ко, ико anything /ˈenɪθɪŋ/ – било шта anyway /ˈenɪweɪ/ – у сваком случају
back /bæk/ – леђа badly /ˈbædli/ – лоше; озбиљно barbecue /ˈbɑːbɪkjuː/ – роштиљ basketball court /ˈbɑːskɪtbɔːl kɔːt/ – кошаркашки терен battle /ˈbætəl/ – битка beach /biːtʃ/ – плажа beard /bɪəd/ – брада beauty /ˈbjuːti/ – лепота beef /biːf/ – говедина beer /bɪə/ – пиво
WORDLIST certainly /ˈsɜːtənli/ – сигурно championship /ˈtʃæmpiənʃɪp/ – шампионат, првенство changing room /ˈtʃeɪndʒɪŋ rʊm/ – свлачионица character /ˈkærəktə/ – лик chat /tʃæt/ – разговор, ћаскање; ћаскати chat show /ˈtʃæt ʃəʊ/ – ток шоу cheat /tʃiːt/ – варати, преварити cheek /tʃiːk/ – образ cheerful /ˈtʃɪəfʊl/ – весео, ведар chef /ʃef/ – кувар chess /tʃes/ – шах chest /tʃest/ – груди chewing gum /ˈtʃuːɪŋ ɡʌm/ – жвака chin /tʃɪn/ – брада choice /tʃɔɪs/ – избор choir /kwaɪə/ – хор chop /tʃɒp/ – сецкати, сећи cinematograph /sɪnɪˈmætəɡrɑːf/ – кинематограф circle /ˈsɜːkəl/ – круг classmate /ˈklɑːsmeɪt/ – друг из разреда claw /klɔː/ – канџа clover /ˈkləʊvə/ – детелина clue /kluː/ – знак coast /kəʊst/ – обала coat /kəʊt/ – капут cockroach /ˈkɒkrəʊtʃ/ – бубашваба co-educational (school) /kəʊedjuːˈkeɪʃənəl/ – (школа) коју похађају и дечаци и девојчице coffee /ˈkɒfi/ – кафа coin /kɔɪn/ – новчић collect /kəˈlekt/ – скупљати colourful /ˈkʌləfəl/ – разнобојан comb /kəʊm/ – чешаљ combination /kɒmbɪˈneɪʃən/ – комбинација combine /kəmˈbaɪn/ – комбиновати, спојити come across /kʌm əˈkrɒs/ – набасати, случајно наићи (на некога/нешто) come out /kʌm aʊt/ – изаћи comedy /ˈkɒmɪdi/ – комедија comfortable /ˈkʌmfətəbəl/ – удобан common /ˈkɒmən/ – уобичајен company /ˈkʌmpəni/ – друштво compete /kəmˈpiːt/ – такмичити се competition /kɒmpɪˈtɪʃən/ – такмичење
beetroot /ˈbiːtruːt/ – цвекла belief /bɪˈliːf/ – веровање believe /bɪˈliːv/ – веровати belong /bɪˈlɒŋ/ – припадати binoculars /bɪˈnɒkjʊləz/ – двоглед bird-watching /ˈbɜ:dwɒtʃɪŋ/ – посматрање птица birthplace /ˈbəːθpleɪs/ – родно место black-and-white film /blæk ənd waɪt fɪlm/ – црно-бели филм blackberry /ˈblækbəri/ – купина blank /blæŋk/ – празан bleed /bliːd/ – крварити Bless you! /bles ju:/ – Наздравље! blueberry /ˈbluːbəri/ – боровница blush /blʌʃ/ – поцрвенети boarding school /ˈbɔːdɪŋ skuːl/ – интернат boil /bɔɪl/ – врети, кључати; скувати bored /bɔːd/ – онај коме је досадно borrow /ˈbɒrəʊ/ – позајмити bottle /ˈbɒtəl/ – флаша bow /bəʊ/ – лук bowl /bəʊl/ – чинија bowling /ˈbəʊlɪŋ/ – куглање box /bɒks/ – кутија boxing /ˈbɒksɪŋ/ – бокс braces /ˈbreɪsɪz/ – протеза brave /breɪv/ – храбар break /breɪk/ – разбити brilliant /ˈbrɪljənt/ – бриљантан, сјајан bury /ˈberi/ – закопати bush /bʊʃ/ – жбун
calculator /ˈkalkjʊleɪtə/ – дигитрон camera /ˈkæmərə/ – фото-апарат canteen /kænˈtiːn/ – менза, кантина can’t stand /kɑːnt stænd/ – не подносити cardigan /ˈkɑːdɪɡən/ – џемпер на раскопчавање caretaker /ˈkeəteɪkə/ – домар cartoon /kɑːˈtuːn/ – цртани филм castle /ˈkɑːsl/ – замак cell phone /ˈsel fəʊn/ – мобилни телефон certain /ˈsɜːtən/ – одређени
WORDLIST dessert /dɪˈzɜːt/ – десерт detective /dɪˈtektɪv/ – детектив detector /dɪˈtektə/ – детектор dialogue /ˈdaɪəlɒɡ/ – дијалог die /daɪ/ – умрети difficult /ˈdɪfɪkəlt/ – тежак difficulty /ˈdɪfɪkəlti/ – тешкоћа dig /dɪɡ/ – копати digital /ˈdɪdʒɪtəl/ – дигитални direct /dɪˈrekt/ – режирати director /dɪˈrektə/ – режисер disadvantage /dɪsədˈvɑːntɪdʒ/ – недостатак disappointed /dɪsəˈpɔɪntɪd/ – разочаран disappointing /dɪsəˈpɔɪntɪŋ/ – разочаравајући disappointment /dɪsəˈpɔɪntmənt/ – разочарање discover /dɪˈskʌvə/ – открити, пронаћи discovery /dɪˈskʌvəri/ – откриће dish /dɪʃ/ – јело dishonest /dɪsˈɒnɪst/ – непоштен dislike /dɪsˈlaɪk/ – не волети disorganized /dɪˈsɔːɡənaɪzd/ – неорганизован dive /daɪv/ – ронити; скочити у воду divorced /dɪˈvɔːst/ – разведен do your best /duː jɔː best/ – дати све од себе documentary /dɒkjʊˈmentəri/ – документарни филм domestic robot /dəˈmestɪk ˈrəʊbɒt/ – кућни робот donkey /ˈdɒŋki/ – магарац drama /ˈdrɑːmə/ – драма dress /dres/ – хаљина driver /ˈdraɪvə/ – возач drown /draʊn/ – (у)давити се dry /draɪ/ – сув
congratulations! /kənɡrætjʊˈleɪʃənz / – Честитам! consist (of) /kənˈsɪst ɒv/ – састојати се (од нечега) continent /ˈkɒntɪnənt/ – континент continue /kənˈtɪnjuː/ – наставити cotton /ˈkɒtən/ – памук cough /kɒf/ – кашаљ; кашљати countryside /ˈkʌntrɪsaɪd/ – село courage /ˈkʌrɪdʒ/ – храброст courageous /kəˈreɪdʒəs/ – храбар court /kɔːt/ – двор; терен cousin /ˈkʌzən/ – рођак create /kriˈeɪt/ – створити creature /ˈkriːtʃə/ – створење cross /krɒs/ – прећи; прекрстити crossbow /ˈkrɒsbəʊ/ – самострел crowded /ˈkraʊdɪd/ – препун, претрпан crown /kraʊn/ – круна crucify /ˈkruːsɪfaɪ/ – разапети на крст (the) Crusades /kruːˈseɪdz/ – крсташки ратови curly /ˈkɜːli/ – коврџав currency /ˈkʌrənsi/ – валута customer /ˈkʌstəmə/ – муштерија cute /kjuːt/ – сладак, згодан cycle /ˈsaɪkəl/ – возити бицикл cycling /ˈsaɪklɪŋ/ – вожња бицикла, бициклизам
danger /ˈdeɪndʒə/ – опасност daredevil /ˈdeədevəl/ – хазардер darts /dɑrts/ – пикадо dead /ded/ – мртав death /deθ/ – смрт decision /dɪˈsɪʒən/ – одлука deep /diːp/ – дубок deer /dɪə/ – јелен define /dɪˈfaɪn/ – дефинисати definitely /ˈdefɪnətli/ – дефинитивно definition /defɪˈnɪʃən/ – дефиниција dentist /ˈdentɪst/ – зубар desert /ˈdezət/ – пустиња desktop computer /ˈdesktɒp kəmˈpjuːtə/ – десктоп рачунар
earring /ˈɪərɪŋ/ – минђуша ebook /ˈiːbʊk/ – електронска књига education /edjʊˈkeɪʃən/ – образовање effort /ˈefət/ – напор elbow /ˈelbəʊ/ – лакат elementary school /elɪˈmentəri skuːl/ – основна школа elevator /ˈelɪveɪtə/ – лифт else /els/ – друго, осим; још
WORDLIST firefighter /ˈfaɪəfaɪtə/ – ватрогасац fix /fɪks/ – поправити flip-flops /ˈflɪpflɒps/ – јапанке float /fləʊt/ – плутати flour /flaʊə/ – брашно fog /fɒɡ/ – магла foggy /ˈfɒɡi/ – магловит follow /ˈfɒləʊ/ – пратити follower /ˈfɒləʊə/ – пратилац, следбеник football pitch /ˈfʊtbɔːl pɪtʃ/ – фудбалски терен foreign /ˈfɒrən/ – страни forest /ˈfɒrɪst/ – шума fork /fɔːk/ – виљушка fortune /ˈfɔːtʃuːn/ – срећа freckle /ˈfrekəl/ – пега frightened /ˈfraɪtənd/ – уплашен frightening /ˈfraɪtənɪŋ/ – застрашујући fry /fraɪ/ – пржити full /fʊl/ – пун funny /ˈfʌni/ – смешан
email address /ˈiːmeɪl əˈdres/ – имејл адреса embarrassed /ɪmˈbærəst/ – постиђен encourage /ɪnˈkʌrɪdʒ/ – охрабрити enemy /ˈenəmi/ – непријатељ enjoy /ɪnˈdʒɔɪ/ – уживати enormous /ɪˈnɔːməs/ – огроман envelope /ˈenvələʊp/ – коверат escape /ɪˈskeɪp/ – побећи especially /ɪˈspeʃəli/ – посебно event /ɪˈvent/ – догађај everybody /ˈevrɪbɒdi/ – сви everything /ˈevrɪθɪŋ/ – све everywhere /ˈevrɪweə/ – свуда evil /ˈiːvəl/ – зао exactly /ɪɡˈzæktli/ – тачно exam /ɪɡˈzæm/ – испит excited /ɪkˈsaɪtɪd/ – узбуђен excitement /ɪkˈsaɪtmənt/ – узбуђење exciting /ɪkˈsaɪtɪŋ/ – узбудљив excuse /ɪkˈskjuːs/ – изговор exercise /ˈeksəsaɪz/ – вежба; вежбање exist /ɪɡˈzɪst/ – постојати exotic /ɪɡˈzɒtɪk/ – егзотичан explain /ɪkˈspleɪn/ – објаснити explanation /ekspləˈneɪʃən/ – објашњење
fall /fɔːl/ – пасти fall asleep /fɔːl əˈsliːp/ – заспати fan /fæn/ – вентилатор fantasy /ˈfæntəsi/ – фантазија farmer /ˈfɑːmə/ – фармер, пољопривредник fat /fæt/ – маст feed /fiːd/ – хранити feet /fiːt/ – стопала fence /fens/ – ограда fencing /ˈfensɪŋ/ – мачевање festival /ˈfestɪvəl/ – фестивал fictional /ˈfɪkʃənəl/ – измишљен field /fiːld/ – поље fight /faɪt/ – борити се find out /faɪnd aʊt/ – открити fine /faɪn/– у реду finger /ˈfɪŋɡə/ – прст fire /faɪə/ – ватра
gadget /ˈɡædʒɪt/ – направа, уређај game show /ˈɡeɪm ʃəʊ/ – телевизијски квиз garage /ɡæˈrɑːʒ/ /ˈɡærɪdʒ/ – гаража garlic /ˈɡɑːlɪk/ – бели лук generous /ˈdʒenərəs/ – великодушан, дарежљив get on /get ɒn/ – слагати се give up /ɡɪv ʌp/ – одустати glass /ɡlɑːs/ – стакло; стаклени glasses /ˈɡlɑːsɪz/ – наочаре glove /ɡlʌv/ – рукавица goat /ɡəʊt/ – коза god /ɡɒd/ – бог gold /ɡəʊld/ – злато; златан golden /ˈɡəʊldən/ – златан goose /gu:s/ – гуска GPS tracker /dʒiːpiːˈes ˈtrækə/ – GPS праћење graduate /ˈɡrædʒueɪt/ – дипломирати grapes /ɡreɪps/ – грожђе ground floor /ɡraʊnd ˈflɔː/ – приземље grow up /ɡrəʊ ʌp/ – одрасти guard /ɡɑːd/ – чувар guinea pig /ˈɡɪni pɪɡ/ – заморче gym /dʒɪm/ – сала за вежбање
habit /ˈhæbɪt/ – навика hamster /ˈhæmstə/ – хрчак hang /hæŋ/ – окачити happiness /ˈhæpinəs/ – срећа hardly ever /ˈhɑːdli ˈevə/ – скоро никада hard-working /hɑːdˈwɜ:kɪŋ/ – вредан hate /heɪt/ – мрзети have to /hæf tə/ – морати headache /ˈhedeɪk/ – главобоља headmaster /hedˈmɑːstə/ – управник, директор школе headmistress /hedˈmɪstrəs/ – управница, директорка школе headphones /ˈhedfəʊnz/ – слушалице heart /hɑːt/ – срце hedgehog /ˈhedʒhɒɡ/ – јеж height /haɪt/ – висина helpful /ˈhelpfʊl/ – користан, од помоћи hide /haɪd/ – сакрити high /haɪ/ – висок high school /ˈhaɪ skuːl/ – средња школа hill /hɪl/ – брдо hippo /ˈhɪpəʊ/ – нилски коњ hobby /ˈhɒbi/ – хоби hold /həʊld/ – (о)држати hole /həʊl/ – рупа homesick /ˈhəʊmsɪk/ – носталгичан honest /ˈɒnɪst/ – поштен hood /hʊd/ – капуљача hope /həʊp/ – надати се hopeless (at) /ˈhəʊpləs/ – безнадежан horror (film) /ˈhɒrə fɪlm/ – филм страве и ужаса horseshoe /ˈhɔːsʃuː/ – потковица hospital /ˈhɒspɪtəl/ – болница housework /ˈhaʊswɜ:k/ – кућни послови however /haʊˈevə/ – међутим huge /hjuːdʒ/ – огроман hurt /hɜ:t/ – повредити се; болети
icy /ˈaɪsi/ – леден ill /ɪl/ – болестан illness /ˈɪlnəs/ – болест imagination /ɪmædʒɪˈneɪʃən/ – машта imagine /ɪˈmædʒɪn/ – замислити immediately /ɪˈmiːdɪətli/ – одмах, сместа impolite /ɪmpəlˈaɪt/ – нељубазан impossible /ɪmˈpɒsɪbəl/ – немогућ improve /ɪmˈpruːv/ – поправити, побољшати in case /ɪn keɪs/ – у случају incident /ˈɪnsɪdənt/ – инцидент including /ɪnˈkluːdɪŋ/ – укључујући independence /ɪndɪˈpendəns/ – независност independent /ɪndɪˈpendənt/ – независан indoors /ɪnˈdɔːz/ – унутра industry /ˈɪndəstri/ – индустрија ingredient /ɪnˈɡriːdiənt/ – састојак inside /ɪnˈsaɪd/ – унутра instant /ˈɪnstənt/ – тренутни intention /ɪnˈtenʃən/ – намера interested /ˈɪntrəstɪd/ – заинтересован interrogate /ɪnˈterəɡeɪt/ – испитивати, саслушавати invent /ɪnˈvent/ – измислити, изумети, пронаћи inventor /ɪnˈventə/ – проналазач iron /aɪən/ – пеглати; пегла island /ˈaɪlənd/ – острво itch /ɪtʃ/ – сврбети
I don’t mind. /aɪ dəʊnt maɪnd/ – Не смета ми. ice /aɪs/ – лед
jeans /dʒiːnz/ – фармерке jewel /ˈdʒuːəl/ – драгуљ jog /dʒɒɡ/ – џогирати jogging /ˈdʒɒɡɪŋ/ – џогирање
kangaroo /kæŋɡərˈuː/ – кенгур keep in touch /kiːp ɪn tʌtʃ/ – остати у контакту kid /kɪd/ – шалити се kill /kɪl/ – убити kind /kaɪnd/– врста; добар, племенит kinetoscope /kɪˈniːtəʊskəʊp/ – кинетоскоп
WORDLIST kingdom /ˈkɪŋdəm/ – краљевство kiwi /ˈkiːwiː/ – киви knee /niː/ – колено knight /naɪt/ – витез koala /kəʊˈɑːlə/ – коала L
lack /læk/ – недостатак ladder /ˈlædə/ – мердевине lake /leɪk/ – језеро lamb /læm/ – јагње latest /ˈleɪtɪst/ – последњи, најновији launch /lɔːntʃ/ – лансирати lead /liːd/ – водити leather /ˈleðə/ – кожа legend /ˈledʒənd/ – легенда let /let/ – пустити, дозволити lie /laɪ/ – лежати; лагати; лаж lift /lɪft/ – лифт light bulb /ˈlaɪt bʌlb/ – сијалица lipstick /ˈlɪpstɪk/ – кармин liquid /ˈlɪkwɪd/ – течност location /ləʊˈkeɪʃən/ – локација loneliness /ˈləʊnlinəs/ – усамљеност lonely /ˈləʊnli/ – усамљен look for /lʊk fɔː/ – тражити look forward to /lʊk ˈfɔːwəd tʊ/ – радовати се look like /lʊk laɪk/ – изгледати lorry /ˈlɒri/ – камион lose /luːz/ – изгубити lost /lɒst/– изгубљен loud /laʊd/ – гласан lovable /ˈlʌvəbəl/ – симпатичан luck /lʌk/ – срећа lucky /ˈlʌki/ – срећан, који има среће
main course /meɪn ˈkɔːs/ – главно јело make friends /meɪk frendz/ – спријатељити се make sure /meɪk ʃɔː/ – постарати се make-up /ˈmeɪkʌp/ – шминка manage /ˈmænɪdʒ/ – успети manner /ˈmænə/ – начин marsh /mɑːʃ/ – мочвара marsupial /mɑːˈsuːpiəl/ – торбар mate /meɪt/– друг, ортак mean /miːn/ – шкрт, себичан mechanic /mɪˈkænɪk/ – механичар medicine /ˈmedɪsɪn/ – лек mess /mes/ – неред message /ˈmesɪdʒ/ – порука messy /ˈmesi/ – неуредан metal /ˈmetəl/ – метални (the) Middle Ages /ˈmɪdəl eɪdʒɪz/ – средњи век miniature/ˈmɪnətʃə/ – минијатуран miss /mɪs/ – недостајати; пропустити model /ˈmɒdəl/ – манекен, манекенка modern /ˈmɒdən/ – модеран mole /məʊl/ – кртица monarch /ˈmɒnək/ – монарх monarchy /ˈmɒnəki/ – монархија monster /ˈmɒnstə/ – чудовиште motion picture /ˈməʊʃən pɪktʃə/ – филм mountain range /ˈmaʊntɪn reɪndʒ/ – планински венац moustache /məˈstɑːʃ/ – бркови move /muːv/ – померити; преселити се movement /ˈmuːvmənt/ – покрет movie /ˈmuːvi/ – филм (the) movies /ˈmu·viz/ – биоскоп mushroom /ˈmʌʃrʊm/ – печурка mysterious /mɪˈstɪərɪəs/ – тајанствен, мистериозан mystery /ˈmɪstəri/ – загонетка, мистерија myth /mɪθ/ – мит mythology /mɪˈθɒlədʒi/ – митологија
machine /məˈʃiːn/ – машина mad (about) /mæd/ – луд (за неким/нечим) magazine /mæɡəˈziːn/ – часопис magic /ˈmædʒɪk/ – магија, магични magical /ˈmædʒɪkəl/ – магични magician /məˈdʒɪʃən/– мађионичар
nature /ˈneɪtʃə/ – природа necessary /ˈnesəsəri/ – неопходан, потребан neck /nek/ – врат necklace /ˈnekləs/ – огрлица
parachuting /ˈpærəʃuːtɪŋ/ – падобранство pass /pɑːs/ – положити; проћи past /pɑːst/ – поред; прошлост path /pɑːθ/ – стаза peas /piːz/ – грашак peel /pi:l/ – љуштити pepper /ˈpepə/ – бибер; паприка perform /pəˈfɔːm/ – извести personal /ˈpɜ:sənəl/ – лични personality /pɜ:səˈnælɪti/ – личност phone number /ˈfəʊn nʌmbə/ – број телефона photograph /ˈfəʊtəɡrɑːf/ – фотографија photography /fəˈtɒɡrəfi/ – фотографија (грана уметности) pick /pɪk/– (у)брати pick up /pɪk ʌp/ – покупити pie /paɪ/ – пита piece /piːs/ – комад, парче pineapple /ˈpaɪnæpəl/ – ананас plastic /ˈplæstɪk/ – пластика plate /pleɪt/ – тањир pocket/ˈpɒkɪt/ – џеп poison /ˈpɔɪzən/ – отров pole /pəʊl/ – пол police officer /pəˈliːs ˈɒfɪsə/ – полицајац polite /pəˈlaɪt/ – љубазан, учтив pomegranate /ˈpɒmɪɡrænɪt/ – нар ponytail /ˈpəʊnɪteɪl/ – коњски реп pool /puːl/ – билијар; базен pot-bellied pig /ˈpɒtbelɪd pɪg/ – вијетнамско прасе predator /ˈpredətə/ – крволочна звер prepare /prɪˈpeə/ – припремити president /ˈprezɪdənt/ – председник prime minister /praɪm ˈmɪnɪstə/ – премијер private /ˈpraɪvət/ – приватни prize /praɪz/ – награда produce /prəˈdjuːs/ – произвести professional /prəˈfeʃənəl/ – професионални profile /ˈprəʊfaɪl/ – профил programme /ˈprəʊɡræm/ – програм, емисија prohibition /ˌprəʊhɪˈbɪʃən/ – забрана projector /prəˈdʒektə/ – пројектор promise /ˈprɒmɪs/ – обећати; обећање protect /prəˈtekt/ – заштитити proud /praʊd/ – поносан public school /ˈpʌblɪk skuːl/ – приватна школа (Енглеска), државна школа (Америка)
nephew /ˈnefjuː/ – братанац; сестрић nest /nest/ – гнездо news /njuːz/ – вести never /ˈnevə/ – никад niece /niːs/ – братаница; сестричина nobody /ˈnəʊbədi/ – нико noise /nɔɪz/ – бука noisy /ˈnɔɪzi/ – бучан nosy /ˈnəʊzi/ – претерано радознао nothing /ˈnʌθɪŋ/ – ништа notice /ˈnəʊtɪs/ – приметити nowadays /ˈnaʊədeɪz/ – данас, у данашње време nowhere /ˈnəʊweə/ – нигде nurse /nɜ:s/ – медицинска сестра; болничар
oak /əʊk/ – храст obligation /ɒblɪˈɡeɪʃən/ – обавеза obviously /ˈɒbvɪəsli/ – очигледно ocean /ˈəʊʃən/ – океан offer /ˈɒfə/ – понуда; понудити office /ˈɒfɪs/ – канцеларија official /əˈfɪʃəl/ – званични often /ˈɒfən/ – често olive /ˈɒlɪv/ – маслина omelette /ˈɒmlət/ – омлет online /ˈɒnlaɪn/ – на вези, онлајн organize /ˈɔːɡənaɪz/ – организовати out of /ˈaʊt ɒv/ – од, из outlaw /ˈaʊtlɔː/ – одметник outside /ˈaʊtsaɪd/ – напољу oval /ˈəʊvəl/ – овални owl /aʊl/ – сова own /əʊn/ – сопствени; поседовати owner /ˈəʊnə/ – власник P
pack (of cards) /pæk/ – шпил (карата) pain /peɪn/ – бол painful /ˈpeɪnfəl/ – болан paint /peɪnt/ – сликати pants /pænts/ – панталоне
WORDLIST pull /pʊl/ – извући, повући pupil /ˈpjuːpəl/ – ученик push /pʊʃ/ – гурнути puzzle /ˈpʌzəl/ – загонетка pygmy goat /ˈpɪɡmi ɡəʊt/ – патуљаста коза
sadness /ˈsædnəs/ – туга safe /seɪf/ – сеф salt /sɒlt/ – со salty /ˈsɒlti/ – слан sauce /sɔːs/ – сос sausage /ˈsɒsɪdʒ/ – кобасица save /seɪv/ – спасити; сачувати; уштедети scarecrow /ˈskeəkrəʊ/ – страшило scary /ˈskeəri/ – страшан, застрашујући scene /si:n/ – сцена science fiction /saɪəns ˈfɪkʃən/ – научна фантастика scientist /ˈsaɪəntɪst/ – научник scream /skriːm/ – вриснути screen /skri:n/ – екран scuba diving /ˈskuːbə daɪvɪŋ/ – роњење (са опремом) seem /siːm/ – изгледати, чинити се series /ˈsɪəriːz/ – серија serious /ˈsɪərɪəs/ – озбиљан serve /sɜ:v/ – (у)служити share /ʃeə/ – делити sharp /ʃɑːp/ – оштар shine /ʃaɪn/ – сијати shirt /ʃɜːt/ – кошуља shoot /ʃuːt/– (у)пуцати shopping mall /ˈʃɒpɪŋ mɔːl/ – тржни центар shoulder /ˈʃəʊldə/ – раме shout /ʃaʊt/ – викати show /ʃəʊ/ – показати shower /ʃaʊə/ – туш sign (of the Zodiac) /saɪn/ – (зодијачки/ хороскопски) знак silent film /saɪlənt ˈfɪlm/ – неми филм silly /ˈsɪli/ – блесав, шашав silver /ˈsɪlvə/ – сребро; сребрни
quality /ˈkwɒlɪti/ – квалитет quiet /kwaɪət/ – миран, тих quiz /kwɪz/ – квиз
romance /rəʊˈmæns/ – љубавни филм rose /rəʊz/ – ружа round /raʊnd/ – округао route /ruːt/ – пут, рута rubbish /ˈrʌbɪʃ/ – ђубре rude /ruːd/ – непристојан, неучтив rule /ruːl/ – правило rush /rʌʃ/ – журити
rabbit /ˈræbɪt/ – зец raspberry /ˈrɑːzbəri/ – малина rat /ræt/ – пацов reach /riːtʃ/– стићи reality show /rɪˈælɪti ʃəʊ/ – ријалити шоу realize /ˈrɪəlaɪz/ – схватити receive /rɪˈsiːv/ – примити, добити recipe /ˈresɪpi/ – рецепт recognize /ˈrekəɡnaɪz/ – препознати rectangle /ˈrektæŋɡəl/ – правугаоник rectangular /rekˈtæŋɡjələ/ – правугаони reflection /rɪˈflekʃən/ – одраз reign /reɪn/ – владати relaxed /rɪˈlækst/ – опуштен remove /rɪˈmuːv/ – скинути, одстранити renew /rɪˈnjuː/ – обновити repair /rɪˈpeə/ – поправити repeat /rɪˈpiːt/ – поновити replace /rɪˈpleɪs/ – заменити reply /rɪˈplaɪ/ – одговор; одговорити reporter /rɪˈpɔːtə/ – репортер, новинар represent /reprɪˈzent/ – представити republic /rɪˈpʌblɪk/ – република rescue /ˈreskjuː/ – спасити, избавити responsible /rɪˈspɒnsɪbəl/ – одговоран rest /rest/ – одмор; одморити се retire /rɪˈtaɪə/ – отићи у пензију retired /rɪˈtaɪəd/ – пензионисан, у пензији rhino/ˈraɪnəʊ/ – носорог robin /ˈrɒbɪn/ – црвендаћ rodent /ˈrəʊdənt/ – глодар
WORDLIST suitable /ˈsjuːtəbəl/ – одговарајући, погодан sunglasses /ˈsʌnɡlɑːsɪz/ – наочаре за сунце superstition /suːpəˈstɪʃən/ – сујеверје superstitious /suːpəˈstɪʃəs/ – сујеверан supper /ˈsʌpə/ – вечера suppose /səˈpəʊz/ – претпоставити sure /ʃɔː/ – сигуран surprised /səˈpraɪzd/ – изненађен surprising /səˈpraɪzɪŋ/ – изненађујући surroundings /səˈraʊndɪŋz/ – окружење survive /səˈvaɪv/ – преживети sweater /ˈswetə/ – џемпер sweatshirt /ˈswetʃɜ:t/ – дуксерица swimming costume /ˈswɪmɪŋ kɒstjuːm/ – купаћи костим sword /sɔːd/ – мач symbol /ˈsɪmbəl/ – симбол, знак
sincerely /sɪnˈsɪəli/ – искрено singer /ˈsɪŋə/ – певач, певачица single-sex (school) /ˈsɪŋɡəl seks/ – (школа) коју похађају или само девојчице или само дечаци size /saɪz/ – величина, број skirt /skɜːt/ – сукња slip /slɪp/– оклизнути се; убацити smell /smel/ – мирис; мирисати snack /snæk/ – ужина snail /sneɪl/ – пуж sneakers /ˈsniːkəz/ – патике sneeze /sni:z/ – кинути soccer /ˈsɒkər/ – фудбал soldier /ˈsəʊldʒə/ – војник solve /sɒlv/ – решити somebody /ˈsʌmbədi/ – неко something /ˈsʌmθɪŋ/ – нешто sometimes /ˈsʌmtaɪmz/ – понекад somewhere /ˈsʌmweə/ – негде sore throat /sɔː ˈθrəʊt/ – упаљено грло sound /saʊnd/ – звук; звучати space /speɪs/– простор spare time /ˈspeə ˈtaɪm/ – слободно време spice /spaɪs/ – зачин spider /ˈspaɪdə/ – паук sports programme /spɔːts ˈprəʊɡræm/ – спортска емисија spot /spɒt/ – тачка; место sprain /spreɪn/ – ишчашити, уганути square /skweə/ – трг; квадрат, квадратни staircase /ˈsteəkeɪs/ – степениште starter /ˈstɑːtə/ – предјело state /steɪt/ – држава steak /steɪk/ – шницла steal /sti:l/ – украсти step /step/ – степеник stew /stju:/ – паприкаш, месо кувано у поврћу stick /stɪk/ – залепити straight /streɪt/ – прав straightaway /streɪtəˈweɪ/ – одмах, сместа stuck /stʌk/ – заглављен success /səkˈses/ – успех successful /səkˈsesfəl/ – успешан suddenly /ˈsʌdənli/ – изненада, одједном sugar /ˈʃʊɡə/ – шећер sugar glider /ˈʃʊɡə ɡlaɪdə/ – летећа веверица
tablecloth /ˈteɪbəlklɒθ/ – столњак take care (of) /teɪk keə/ – бринути се (о некоме/нечему) take over /teɪk əʊvə/ – преузети take part /teɪk pɑːt/ – учествовати tart /tɑːt/ – тарт, пита с воћем taste /teɪst/ – укус; имати укус technology /tekˈnɒlədʒi/ – технологија teenager /ˈtiːneɪdʒə/ – тинејџер tennis court /ˈtenɪs kɔːt/ – тениски терен terrible /ˈterɪbəl/ – страшан, ужасан, грозан text /tekst/ – послати СМС поруку text message / tekst ˈmæsɪdʒ/ – СМС порука thank /θæŋk/ – захвалити се thief /θiːf/ – лопов thriller /ˈθrɪlə/ – трилер throat /θrəʊt/ – грло throne /θrəʊn/ – престо throw /θrəʊ/ – бацити tidy /ˈtaɪdi/ – уредан tiny /ˈtaɪni/ – сићушан tired /taɪəd/ – уморан tiring /ˈtaɪərɪŋ/ – напоран, заморан toe /təʊ/ – ножни прст too /tuː/ – сувише; такође toothache /ˈtuːθeɪk/ – зубобоља
WORDLIST vet /vet/ – ветеринар virtual /ˈvɜːtʃuəl/ – виртуелан vote /vəʊt/ – гласати
wallet /ˈwɒlɪt/ – новчаник war /wɔː/ – рат wardrobe /ˈwɔːdrəʊb/ – орман warrior /ˈwɒrɪə/ – ратник wash up /wɒʃ ʌp/ – прати судове waterfall /ˈwɔːtəfɔːl/ – водопад watermelon /ˈwɔːtəmelən/ – лубеница weak /wiːk/ – слаб weigh /weɪ/ – бити тежак weird /wɪəd/ – чудан Welcome! /ˈwelkəm/ – Добро дошли! well /wel/ – добро; па well-known /ˈwelnəʊn/ – познат What’s the matter? / wɒts ðə ˈmætə/ – У чему је проблем? while /waɪl/ – док whose /huːz/ – чији wind /wɪnd/ – ветар windy /ˈwɪndi/ – ветровит winner /ˈwɪnə/ – победник wise /waɪz/ – мудар wish /wɪʃ/ – жеља; желети witchcraft /ˈwɪtʃkrɑːft/ – врачање; чаролије without /wɪðˈaʊt/ – без wizard /ˈwɪzəd/ – чаробњак wood /wʊd/ – дрво wooden /ˈwʊdən/ – дрвени woodpecker /ˈwʊdpekə/ – детлић wrist /rɪst/ – зглоб (на руци)
toothbrush /ˈtuːθbrʌʃ/ – четкица за зубе topic /ˈtɒpɪk/ – тема torch /tɔːtʃ/ – батеријска лампа tower /ˈtaʊə/ – кула toy /tɔɪ/ – играчка tracksuit /ˈtræksuːt/ – тренерка train /treɪn/ – дресирати; воз trainers /ˈtreɪnəz/ – патике trapdoor /ˈtræpdɔː/ – мала врата на поду или таваници tray /treɪ/ – послужавник treasure /ˈtreʒə/ – благо triangle /ˈtraɪæŋɡəl/ – троугао triangular /traɪˈæŋɡjələ/ – троугаони trouble /ˈtrʌbəl/ – невоља trousers /ˈtraʊzəz/ – панталоне truck /trʌk/ – камион try on /traɪ ɒn/ – пробати turkey /ˈtɜːki/ – ћурка turn around /tɜ:n əˈraʊnd/ – окренути се turn off /tɜːn ɒf/ – угасити, искључити twice /twaɪs/ – два пута
umbrella /ʌmˈbrelə/ – кишобран uncle /ˈʌŋkəl/ – ујак; стриц; теча uncomfortable /ʌnˈkʌmftəbl/ – неудобан unhappy /ʌnˈhæpi/ – несрећан unhealthy /ʌnˈhelθi/ – нездрав unlock /ʌnˈlɒk/ – откључати unlucky /ʌnˈlʌki/ – несрећан, који нема среће untidy /ʌnˈtaɪdi/ – неуредан until /ʌnˈtɪl/ – до unusual /ʌnˈjuːʒʊəl/ – необичан USB stick /juːesˈbiː stɪk/ – USB флеш меморија useful /ˈjuːsfʊl/ – користан usually /ˈjuːʒuəli/ – обично
vacation /veɪˈkeɪʃən/ – одмор, распуст vacuum /ˈvækjuːm/ – усисaвати valuable /ˈvæljəbəl/ – вредан, драгоцен
yard /jɑːd/ – двориште yawn /jɔːn/ – зевати yoghurt /ˈjɒɡət/ – јогурт
C F L SE
S R E W S N A HECK Units 1&2
SELF CHECK 1
2 1 height 4 rubbish
2 court 5 necessary
3 1 clean 2 hard-working 3 lipstick 4 farmer 5 architect 4 1 from
6 1 plays 2 are chatting 3 do...do 4 is getting 5 drives, is taking
1 Across: niece, nephew, son, brother Down: cousin, sister, aunt, uncle, wife, mother, father, husband
3 garden 6 canteen
8 1 d
9 1 2 4 4
2a 6 about
SELF CHECK 2
2 1 courageous 2 enormous 3 awful 4 brilliant 5 weird
3 1 tired 4 dark
2 character 3 reigned 5 graduated
4 1 adverts 4 mystery
2 throne 5 Ages
5 1 fantasy 2 romance 3 horror 4 thriller 5 comedy 6 cartoon Mystery word: SCREEN
10 1 doing 2 enjoy 4 prefer 5 bad
1 Across: out of, under, along, around, down, over, into Down: off, past, towards, on, up, across
3 do 7 to
Is this my book or is it yours? Is there a gym in your school? How often does he play basketball? What are you listening to?
5 1 office 2 pool 4 lake 5 castle Mystery word: FOREST
7 1 make 5 the
6 1 was walking, found 2 fell, was running 3 were having, heard 4 was playing, was studying 5 came, were sitting 7 1 was 2 in 8 1 d
9 1 Was he doing his homework at 7 o’clock? 2 When did you last go to the cinema? 3 What were you doing when I called you? 4 Did you watch an episode of your favourite TV series last night? 10 1 Guess 4 listen
2 Really 3 fantastic 5 Wow
SELF CHECK 3
1 Across: nose, ear, back, ankle Down: shoulder, knee, chin, finger, wrist, neck, foot, eyes, arm, chest, toe, elbow
2 1 valuable 2 Pole 4 lake 5 event
4 1 pants 4 vacation 7 yard
6 1 have never driven, have ridden 2 did…leave, has just gone 3 got 4 haven’t seen 5 arrived, haven’t read 7 1 never 2 like 3 than 4 for 5 the
2 cell phone 3 soccer 5 sneakers 6 apartment
5 1 rhino 2 owl 3 woodpecker 4 hedgehog 5 robin 6 rabbit Mystery word: RODENT
8 1a 2a 3b 4d 5c 9 1 Is his brother taller than him? 2 How long have you been here? 3 What is your least favourite sport? 4 Have you ever taken part in a competition? 10 1 wrong 4 should
1 Across: fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth, fourth, second Down: thirtieth, first, eleventh, twelfth, ninth, third
2 1 uncomfortable 2 stew 3 impatient 4 messy 5 bottle
3 1 2 3 4 5
on domestic robot cotton main course beetroot
4 1 lucky 4 foggy 7 angry
2 well 3 pain 5 dentist
SELF CHECK 4
3 1 definitions 2 combination 4 rodents 5 ankle
2 friendly 3 triangular 5 comfortable 6 rectangular 8 beautiful
5 1 socks 2 flip-flops 3 gloves 4 sweatshirt 5 shorts 6 dress 7 tracksuit Mystery word: CLOTHES
6 1 works 2 rang, weren’t 3 will see 4 have never sung 5 were you doing 6 am having (am going to have)
7 1 sorry 4 will 8 1 b
2 been 5 Would
3 on 6 in 5c
9 1 Do you have any free time this week? 2 Who did you send a message to? 3 Where will you go if you save enough money? 4 Who were you talking to when I saw you? 10 1 another 4 big enough
2 ones 5 take
E R R I
S B R E V R GUL A Past Simple
was / were /wɒz/ /wɜː/
break /breɪk/ buy /baɪ/ catch /kætʃ/ choose /tʃuːz/ come /kʌm/ cut /kʌt/ dig /dɪɡ/ do /duː/
ate /et/ /eɪt/
put /pʊt/ read /ri:d/ ride /raɪd/ ring /rɪŋ/ run /rʌn/ say /seɪ/ see /siː/ sell /sel/
S L O B M Y S C I T E N
Consonants pen be top desk cat get full very
Vowels six sixteen dog ball
happy you look mad never ring red walk
/s/ /z/ /θ/ /ð/ /ʃ/ /tʃ/ /ʒ/ /dʒ/
sit plays think they ship cheap treasure just
/ʊ/ /uː/ /ʌ/ /ɑː/
put food son father
/æ/ /e/ /ɜː/ /ə/
bad bed work worker
/aɪ/ /eɪ/ /ɔɪ/
buy game boy
/ɪ/ /iː/ /ɒ/ /ɔː/
/h/ /j/ /l/ /m/ /n/ /ŋ/ /r/ /w/
/p/ /b/ /t/ /d/ /k/ /ɡ/ /f/ /v/
/aʊ/ /əʊ/ /ʊə/
now know pure
Енглески језик, радна свеска за шести разред основне школе Аутор: Божидар Никић
Published on Mar 20, 2020
Енглески језик, радна свеска за шести разред основне школе Аутор: Божидар Никић