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Vocabulary History makers 1 Match the people with the words for history makers. a Miguel de Cervantes and J K Rowling

1 architects

b Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí

2 scientists

c Christopher Columbus and Marco Polo

3 sculptors

d Barack Obama and José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero

4 composers

e Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton

5 politicians

f

6 writers

Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell

g Bernini, Michelangelo and Giacometti

7 inventors

h Steven Spielberg and Pedro Almodóvar

8 directors

i

Juan Carlos I and Elizabeth II

9 kings and queens

j

Beethoven, Mozart and Rossini

k Neil Armstrong and Yuri Gagarin

11 astronauts

l

12 painters

Antoni Gaudí and Daniel Libeskind

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2 Complete the table with the correct infinitives or past simple verbs.

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Grammar be: past simple 3 Complete the sentences with was / were or wasn’t / weren’t.

was

a Miguel de Cervantes

a Spanish writer.

a French composer. He

b Salvador Dalí

a Catalan surrealist painter.

explorers. They

c Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton

scientists.

an inventor. He invented the telephone.

d Alexander Graham Bell 4 Write questions.

Was Marco Polo an explorer?

a Marco Polo / explorer?

b Michelangelo and Giacometti / writers? c Beethoven / politician? d Antoni Gaudi / architect? 5 Match the questions in exercise 4 to the answers below. 1 Yes, he was.

a

3 Yes, he was.

2

No, he wasn’t.

4

No, they weren’t.

there was / there were 6 Circle the correct alternatives.

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a In Ancient Greece, there was / were chariots, but there wasn’t / weren’t any cars. b In Ancient Egypt, there was / were honey but there wasn’t / weren’t any sugar. c Was / Were there coffee in Ancient China? No, there wasn’t / weren’t, but there was / were tea.

Past simple affirmative 7 Complete the sentences with the past simple form of the verbs in brackets. a Ancient Egyptians

lived

(live) near the River Nile.

b They

(believe) their king, the Pharaoh, was a god.

c They

(build) lots of temples and pyramids for the Pharaoh.

d Ancient Egyptians

(write) on special paper called papyrus.

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Vocabulary History makers 1 Complete the words. a J K Rowling is a writer

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b Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí were p

.

c Christopher Columbus and Marco Polo were e

.

d Barack Obama is a p

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e Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton were s

.

Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell were i

g Bernini, Michelangelo and Giacometti were s

.

h Steven Spielberg and Pedro Almodóvar are d

.

i

Juan Carlos I is a k

j

Queen Elizabeth I is a q

. . .

k Beethoven, Mozart and Rossini were c l

.

Yuri Gagarin was an a

.

m Antoni Gaudi was an a

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do

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b)

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Grammar be: past simple 3 Write sentences with was / were or wasn’t / weren’t. a Miguel de Cervantes / Spanish / writer

Miguel de Cervantes was a Spanish writer.

b Salvador Dalí / French / composer / He / Catalan / surrealist painter c Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton / explorers / They / scientists d Alexander Graham Bell / inventor 4 Write questions and short answers.

Was Marco Polo an explorer? Yes, he was.

a Marco Polo / explorer?

b Michelangelo and Giacometti / writers? c Beethoven / politician? d Antoni Gaudi / architect?

there was / there were 5 Write sentences with there was / there were ( ) or there wasn’t / there weren’t ( ). a Ancient Greece: chariots and ships ✓ cars or aeroplanes ✗

In Ancient Greece there were chariots and ships but there weren’t any cars or aeroplanes. b Ancient Egypt: fruit

sugar

c Ancient China: tea

coffee

d Medieval Spain: bread

potatoes

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6 Write questions and short answers. a

/ Ancient Greece?

b

/ Ancient Egypt?

c

/ Ancient China?

Past simple affirmative 7 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box. believe

write

live

a Ancient Egyptians

build

lived

near the River Nile.

b They

their king, the Pharaoh, was a god.

c They

lots of temples and pyramids for the Pharaoh.

d Ancient Egyptians

on special paper called papyrus.

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Extension Reading

1 Match the words with the pictures. Then read the text about life in Ancient Egypt and underline the words. 1 River Nile 2 desert

a

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c

d

e

f

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3 mud bricks 4 fish pond 5 goats 6 crops 7 wheat 8 hunting 9 fishing 10 wigs 11 makeup 12 jewellery

Ancient Egyptians lived along the River Nile. They built houses from mud bricks. Rich people had big houses with lots of rooms, a garden and a fish pond. They didn’t have bathrooms, but they washed in the river. Ancient Egyptians grew many different crops and kept lots of animals like cows, sheep, goats and pigs. Farmers grew fruit and vegetables. They made bread with wheat and wine with grapes. They also liked hunting and fishing. It was usually very hot, so people didn’t wear a lot of clothes. Men wore white skirts and women wore long white dresses. Men and women wore wigs, makeup and jewellery. Children often didn’t wear any clothes at all! Ancient Egyptians loved keeping dogs, cats, birds and monkeys as pets. They used cats as well as dogs for hunting. They didn’t have roads so they usually travelled in boats. They also walked a lot! Voices 1 © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2011

Most people didn’t read or write, so scribes read and wrote everything down. Rich parents only sent their sons to school to learn how to read and write hieroglyphs. The Egyptians built pyramids for the pharaohs when they died. They buried them in the desert in the pyramids with clothes, jewellery and food for the afterlife. 2 Are the sentences about Ancient Egyptians true or false? a There weren’t any big houses.

T/F

b Ancient Egyptians ate bread.

T/F

c Men wore trousers.

T/F

d They didn’t hunt with dogs.

T/F

e There were lots of roads.

T/F

f Girls didn’t learn how to read and write. T / F

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pharaoh’s sister / queen

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Ireland

Population

4,300,000

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Yes, I am. Yes, you are. Yes, he/she/it is. Yes, we/you/they are.

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