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Includes: • Vocabulary and grammar consolidation and extension worksheets • Use of English worksheets • Language skills worksheets • Culture and CLIL worksheets • Study skills worksheets • Macmillan Readers worksheets


Vocabulary consolidation Countries and nationalities

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1 Read the clues and complete the crossword. Across 1 Tintin is from Belgium 5 The capital of 6 Count Dracula was from 8 Marvel comics are Down 2 Irish people are from 3 The capital of 4 People from Japan are 7 People in Spain speak

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Family 2 Label the family tree with the words in the box.

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Interface basics Vocabulary extension Countries and nationalities 1 Complete the table. Country

Nationality

France

French

Country 8

Roma

10

3 the UK 4

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Mexi

11 the USA Moro

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5 Japan 6

Chi

9 Colombia

1 Canada 2

Nationality

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7 Ireland

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Bel

15 Poland

Pol

2 Complete the sentences with the correct nationality.

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3 Son Goku is from

1 Tintin is from

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2 Asterix is from

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Dracula is from Romania

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Family 3 Order the letters and write the words. Mum and dad are my Zosia is my Piotr is my Teresa is my Henryk and Joanna are my Tomek is my

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. (tisrse) . (niscuo) . (tanu) . (regdprantsna) . (orbhetr)

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Interface basics Grammar consolidation be present simple: affirmative and negative 1 Choose the correct words. Manga comics aren’t Chinese. They’re / aren’t Japanese. 1 2 3 4 5

Brad is American. He’s / isn’t from London. Jan is / isn’t French. He’s Belgian. I’m from Poland. I’m / ’m not Polish. My sister is 13. She’s / isn’t 14. They’re from Ecuador. They’re / aren’t Colombian.

Subject pronouns and possessive adjectives 2 Match the subject pronouns (1–8) with the possessive adjectives (a–h). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

I you he she it we you they

a b c d e f g h

their your my her our his its your

3 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. we you my their his her

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1 Hi, Charlie. How are ? name? 2 He’s American. What’s ’re from China. This is our mother. 3 names are Pat and Rick. 4 They’re British. name is Maria. She’s Spanish. 5

be present simple: questions and short answers 4 Complete the questions and short answers.

Are

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we in your class? Yes, you

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I your friend? Yes, you . Tintin and Asterix American? No, they Tobey Maguire an actor? Yes, he you from Australia? Yes, I . she Mexican? No, she .

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Where is Superman from?

Question words 5 Complete the question words. Then match the questions (1–5) with the answers (a–e). W here is Superman from? is your birthday? W old are you? H is her favourite actor? W is her nickname? W

a b c d e

It’s Princess. Tom Felton. He’s from the USA. I’m 13. It’s on 6th May.

He’s from the USA.

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Grammar extension be present simple: affirmative and negative 1 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. am are aren’t is is isn’t

is

Tokyo 1 2 3 4 5

the capital of Japan.

The Joker and Batman friends. a comic book character. Superman in Spain. Madrid and Barcelona from Ecuador. Johnny Depp Polish. I’m not Mexican. I

Subject pronouns and possessive adjectives 2 Write the possessive adjectives. 1 2 3

my

I you he she

4 5 6 7

it we you they

3 Complete the sentences with possessive adjectives. He is from China. 1 2 3 4

His

mum is from Beijing.

We love comics. favourite comics are Manga comics. name is Robert. Hi! nickname is Lindy. Linda is American. name is Peppa. That’s my dog.

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he a comic book hero? you and your friends Chinese? we popular? Maria from France?

5 Write the questions and complete the answers. Where / you from? I’m from Poland

Where are you from? .

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Use of English 1 Read the text below and choose the correct answers for gaps 1–3. Write a, b or c in the gaps.

Hello! My name’s Rick. I’m from Miami. It 1 ____ a city in Florida. My father is American but my mother is Spanish. 2 ____ names are Paul and Adriana. My favourite comic superhero is Superman. My 3 ____ favourite actor is Al Pacino. b are

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1 This [be] ______________________ dictionary. 2 Paris [be / capital] ________________________ France. 3 They [be / not] _______________ from Poland.

5 It [be / quarter] __________________________ eleven.

2 Read the text below, and, using the words from the box, fill in each gap 1–5. All the words must be used in the correct form. There is one extra word.

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Australia

she

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Hugh Jackman is a very famous actor. He’s in his 40s and his birthday is on 12th October. He’s from Sydney in Australia. . They’re His parents aren’t 1 from the UK. His family 2 very big: four brothers and sisters. Hugh names has two children. 3 are Oscar and Ava. He’s famous for five X-Men films. 4 His comic book character in the X-Men films is Wolverine. Teenagers from many love these films. 5

form of the words in brackets. Add any other words (eg prepositions, articles etc.) necessary to produce complete, correct sentences. Do not change the order of the words given. You must use no more than four words, including the words given.

4 [page / be] ______________________________ we on?

1 a am

they

3 Complete sentences 1–6 with the correct

6 Mike [be / not / good] ____________________ friend.

4 Translate the parts of sentences 1–6 into English. You must use no more than four words. Do not change any of the words given in English. 1 My best friend [nie jest z] ________________ ________________________ Canada. 2 [Piórnik Roberta] ________________________ ________________ is black and blue. 3 [Jak się pisze] ____________________________ ____________ your name? 4 When [są twoje urodziny] ________________ ________________________? 5 Those boys [mają 14 lat] __________________ ______________________. 6 My parents and [ich najlepsi przyjaciele] _________________________________________ are at our house.

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Language skills worksheets Reading 1 Read about Kristen Stewart, a famous American actress. What is her favourite city?

America’s favourite actress Biography Kristen Stewart is an American actress. Her middle name is Jaymes and her nicknames are Kris and KStew. Kristen’s birthday is on 9th April. She’s famous for her role as Bella in the Twilight films. Her friends in the Twilight films are Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner. Family Kristen’s from Los Angeles in the USA. Her brothers’ names are Dana, Taylor and Cameron. Her father’s name is John and he’s American. Her mother’s name is Jules. Her mother isn’t American. She’s Australian. She’s from Maroochydore in northern Australia. Maroochydore is a small town. It isn’t the capital city. Favourite things Kristen’s favourite book is East of Eden. At the moment, her favourite band is the Beatles and her favourite singer is Van Morrison. Pasta is her favourite food. She’s from Los Angeles but her favourite city isn’t Los Angeles. It’s New York City.

2 Answer the questions. 6 What are her brothers’ names?

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1 What is Kristen’s middle name?

2 What are her nicknames?

7 What’s her father’s name?

3 When is her birthday?

8 Where’s her mother from?

4 Who are her friends in the Twilight films?

9 Who is her favourite singer?

5 Where is she from?

10 What’s her favourite food?

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Language skills worksheets Listening

Writing 4 You are going to write a short biography of a famous sportsperson for the school magazine. Read the notes about the British footballer, Wayne Rooney, and write a paragraph of 60 to 80 words about him.

Listen to a radio programme about Adele and circle the correct answers. 3.39

Full name: Wayne Mark Rooney Nickname: Wazza Birthday: 24th October 1985 Job: football player Teams: England (national team), Manchester United, Everton From: Liverpool, England Father: Thomas Wayne

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1 Adele is from ... a the USA. b the UK. c Argentina. 2 Adele sings ... a soul music. b country music. c pop music. 3 Adele’s birthday is in ... a winter. b spring. c autumn. 4 Her first album is called ... a Skyfall. b Make You Feel My Love. c Nineteen. 5 Adele’s partner is ... a a singer. b a film star. c a businessman. 6 Adele’s pet is ... a a dog. b a cat. c a rabbit.

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Language skills worksheets Speaking

Pairwork Student A

1 Read the text and complete the questions you need to find the missing information.

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Hello! My name’s (1) Williams. I’m (2) years old and my birthday is on 16th April. I’m from (3) but I live in England. This is my best friend, James. His nickname is Jim. He’s Irish. He’s from (4) . He’s 12 years old and his birthday is on (5) . Our favourite actors are Matt Damon and (6) .

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What How Where Where When Who

? ? ? ? ? ?

2 Ask Student B the questions to find the missing information and complete the text with the correct words.

3 Listen to your partner’s questions and answer them with the information from the text. 4 Change the information underlined in the text and repeat steps 2 and 3.

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Language skills worksheets Speaking

Pairwork Student B

1 Read the text and complete the questions you need to find the missing information.

1 2 3 4 5 6

What When Where nationality How Who

? ? ? ? ? ?

2 Listen to your partner’s questions and answer them with the information from the text. 3 Ask Student A the questions to find the missing information and complete the text with the correct words.

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Hello! My name’s Anna (1) . I’m 13 years old and my birthday is on (2) . I’m from Australia but I live in (3) . This is my best friend, James. His nickname is Jim. He’s (4) . He’s from Dublin. He’s (5) years old and his birthday is on 28th August. Our favourite actors are (6) and Johnny Depp.

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4 Change the information underlined in the text and repeat steps 2 and 3.

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Culture worksheet London 1 Find two sentences about London. Move

, starting from the

words in bold. London

is

in

the

United

in

isn’t

the

capital

city

of

Kingdom

in

is

of

of

England

and

The

people

are

America

and

England

population

of

the

100,000

the

United

at

London

is

city

Europe

Kingdom

6,000,000

Europe

8,000,000

is

10,000

city

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2 Label this area of London with the words in the box. Big Ben Buckingham Palace Houses of Parliament River Thames 10 Downing Street 4 2

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3 Choose the correct answers. Draw and colour the flags. 1 St George’s Cross is the flag of … a England. b the United Kingdom.

2 T  he Union Jack is the flag of … a England. b t he United Kingdom.

4 Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 2 3 4

Wembley Stadium is a sports stadium. Wembley is famous for football competitions. The FA Cup is a rugby competition. Sometimes there are music concerts at Wembley.

T/F T/F T/F T/F

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Culture Teacher’s notes Warmer • Divide the class into two teams. Draw two lists on the board, Team A and Team B. • Ask students to brainstorm everything they know about London, with each team taking it in turn to say something. See which team can think of the most information.

Workbook 1 Ask students to read the Key facts. Ask what information about London is new for them. 2 Ask students to read all the texts on pages 142–143 and answer the Test your memory questions. 3 Ask students to do the Webquest.

Worksheet 1 2 3 4

Hand out copies of Worksheet 1. Ask students to complete exercises 1–3. In pairs, ask students to compare their answers. Check the answers with the class. Exercise 4 could be done in class if there is time, or set for homework. Fast finishers can be asked to correct the false sentences in exercise 4.

Project • Ask students to make an illustrated poster of London. • Ask them to illustrate the poster with drawings or pictures of the following places, or other places they can find, and label them. Big Ben Buckingham Palace Shakespeare’s Globe The Houses of Parliament The London Eye The Tate Modern • Make a wall display of the posters and ask students to choose the best three.

Test your memory answer key

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The British Prime Minister lives in 10 Downing Street. Big Ben is part of the Houses of Parliament. The most popular shopping streets are Oxford Street and Piccadilly Circus.

Webquest answer key Arsenal; Barnet; Brentford; Charlton Athletic; Chelsea; Crystal Palace; Dagenham and Redbridge; Fulham; Leyton Orient; Millwall; Queens Park Rangers; Tottenham Hotspur; Watford; West Ham United

Worksheet answer key 1

London isn’t in The population at 6,000,000

2 1 2 3 4 5

is the is people of London Europe

in capital of are the is 8,000,000

Buckingham Palace Big Ben Houses of Parliament 10 Downing Street River Thames

the city of America 100,000 city is

United of England and the Europe 10,000

in Kingdom and England United Kingdom city

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CLIL worksheet Literature 1 Read the profile of Charles Dickens and complete the text. Name: Charles Dickens Date of Birth: 1812 Place of Birth: Portsmouth, England Books: Oliver Twist A Christmas Carol

Charles (1) was born in the city of (2) . Famous books by Dickens include (4) (3) Both books are about life in London in the 19th century.

in England, in and (5)

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2 Match the descriptions (1–3) with the characters from Dickens’ novel Oliver Twist (a–c).

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1 Bill Sikes is a villain. He’s a big man. He’s 35 years old. 2 Fagin is an old man. He isn’t a hero. He’s Bill Sikes’s friend. 3 Oliver is a young, English boy. He’s ten years old. He’s the hero of the story. He’s from London.

3 Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 2 3 4 5 6

Oliver is from London. Oliver is a young villain. Bill Sikes is a good person. Bill Sikes isn’t an old man. Fagin is Oliver’s friend. Fagin is a hero.

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Webquest Find out more about Charles Dickens, or another famous British writer.

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CLIL Teacher’s notes Warmer • Ask students if they can remember anything about Charles Dickens. Brainstorm any information on the board. • Write these words on the board in this order: Christmas

Bleak

Twist

House

Expectations

A

Great

Carol

Oliver

• Ask students to work in pairs and find the titles of four of Dickens’ novels using each word only once. A Christmas Carol; Bleak House; Great Expectations; Oliver Twist.

Workbook • Ask students to read the text about Charles Dickens on page 143 and to answer the question. Check answers with the class.

Worksheet 1 2 3 4

Hand out the worksheets. Ask students to do exercises 1 and 2. In pairs, ask students to compare their answers. Check answers with the class. Ask students to do exercise 3. Check answers with the class.

Webquest

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• Ask students to find out more about Charles Dickens, or another famous British writer. • Ask some students to share their information with the class.

Workbook answer key Pride and Prejudice (a novel by Jane Austen)

Worksheet answer key 1 1 2 3 4 5

Dickens Portsmouth 1812 Oliver Twist A Christmas Carol 2c

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Study skills: learning vocabulary Tip Have a special notebook for vocabulary.

• When you learn a new word or expression, answer these questions: 1

‘Cousin’ means ‘brat cioteczny / siostra cioteczna’ or ‘kuzyn / kuzynka’

What does ‘cousin’ mean?

2

How do we spell it?

3

C-O-U-S-I-N

How do we pronounce it?

4

/'kʌzәn/

Is it a noun, a verb, an adjective?

Cousin is a noun.

• Look at your notebook every week and revise the vocabulary. Tick (✓)

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and cross (✗) the words you need to study more.

mum dad brother sister cousin grandad

✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓

aunt uncle parents grandma grandparents

✗ ✗ ✗ ✗ ✗

• Look for words which are similar in Polish and in English. English

Polish

comic

komiks

popular

popularny, znany

dolphin

delfin

costume

kostium, przebranie

• Practise spelling by writing the words in alphabetical order. apple

bread

cake

carrot

cheese

fish

ice cream

meat

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Learning worksheet Keyvocabulary competences worksheets 1 Complete the table with the words in the box. big

classmate

desk

nouns

speak

nice

pen

adjectives

small

listen

spell

teacher

write

yellow

verbs

speak

2 Complete the table for you. Use the words in the box. chemist’s church cinema hotel library museum newsagent’s school shopping centre sports centre supermarket underground station Words I know

Words I need to study

3 Look at the words from Unit 8. Tick (✓)

the words that are similar in Polish.

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bike bus car explore museum photo plane souvenir sunbathe surfing taxi train

4 Write the words in alphabetical order. water island

mountain sea lake

forest snow

sand

river

beach

ice

trees

waves

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Worksheet 1A

Alissa C. J. Moore

A Before reading 1 Look at the front cover of the book. Then answer these questions about Alissa. 1 2 3

How old is she? What is she carrying? Do you think she is: a happy? b angry? c sad?

B While reading

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2 Read to page 7. Look at Alissa’s diary. Then write Alissa’s diary for page 7.

3 Read to page 11. Then write Alissa’s diary for page 9 or page 11.

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Worksheet 1B Alissa C. J. Moore Key competences worksheets C After reading 4 Write the last page of Alissa’s diary.

5 Write who says these things. 1 ‘How old are you?’ 2 ‘You must go to the city.’ 3 ‘This is Alissa. She likes reading.’ 4 ‘You’re going to cook and clean and wash.’ 5 ‘Can you write? Can you count?’ 6 ‘Aren’t you happy here?’

6 The tall lady says, ‘Alissa isn’t a slave.’ Write which people think Alissa is a slave.

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7 Look at the word picture of Alissa. The words are from pages 2–7. Then make another word picture of Alissa, using words from pages 8–16.

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For the Student Exam Practice

Rozumienie ze słuchu – Dobieranie, Wybór wielokrotny Poziom podstawowy Rozumienie ze słuchu – Dobieranie

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Usłyszysz dwukrotnie rozmowę dwojga nastolatków. Na podstawie informacji zawartych w nagraniu dopasuj do każdej osoby (1.1.–1.4.) czynność, którą lubi wykonywać na komputerze (A–E). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga! Jedna czynność została podana dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej osoby. 1.06

Poziom rozszerzony Rozumienie ze słuchu – Wybór wielokrotny

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1.06 Usłyszysz dwukrotnie dwa teksty. Na podstawie informacji zawartych w nagraniu w zadaniach 3.1.–3.6. z podanych odpowiedzi wybierz właściwą. Zakreśl literę A, B albo C. Zadania 3.1.–3.3. odnoszą się do pierwszego tekstu, a zadania 3.4.–3.6. do drugiego tekstu.

Usłyszysz rozmowę rodzeństwa. 3.1. Sara sets the alarm clock because she A. gets up early to go to school. B. wants to watch TV at night. C. can’t sleep long tomorrow. 3.2. Sara hopes that one of the Oscars will go to A. her favourite actor. B. a film director she likes. C. a good comedy.

1.1. Frank 1.2. Mia

3.3. Where are Sara and Ben talking? A. At home. B. At school. C. At the cinema.

1.3. Claudia 1.4. Kate

A. Downloading music B. Chatting with friends C. Playing computer games D. Watching films E. Surfing the internet 1.1.

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Usłyszysz wypowiedź mężczyzny.

1.3.

1.4.

1.06 Usłyszysz dwukrotnie rozmowę dwojga nastolatków. Na podstawie informacji zawartych w nagraniu dopasuj do każdej osoby (2.1.–2.4.) jej ulubionego aktora lub aktorkę (A–E). Wpisz rozwiązania do tabeli. Uwaga! Jedna czynność została podana dodatkowo i nie pasuje do żadnej osoby.

2.1. Graham 2.2. Jackie

Workbook CD

1.2.

3.4. What does the man say about TV programmes? A. Reality and chat shows are his favourites. B. Programmes with celebrities are cool. C. TV programmes are usually boring. 3.5. The man regularly A. watches documentaries. B. forgets to pay his TV Licence. C. watches the evening news. 3.6. The man is mainly talking about A. what TV offers. B. programmes with celebrities. C. the documentaries he likes.

2.3. Cindy 2.4. Josh

A. Robert Pattinson B. Jessica Biel C. Zac Efron D. Jessica Alba E. Kristen Stewart 2.1.

2.2.

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