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Have You Got the Basketball? 4 &5 Have got 6, 7 & 8 English Families Have got Wild Animais in North America 9 Present simple The Pet Game 10 Present simple (negative) 11 After School Present simple Getting to Know Someone 12 Present simple (questions) ln Britain 13 Short answers: Yes, 1do / No, you don't Get Fit! 14 Present simple / present continuous Our World 15 Present Simple Bananas in Pyjamas 16 Imperatives When 1Grow Up 17 Going to The Crystal Bali 18 Will The Future is in Your Hands 19 Will What Time...? 20 Present tense for future use The Marie Celeste 21 Was/were """""""""""""'"

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Cookery Crossword 22 Past simple (regular verbs) Story Puzzle 23 Past simple (regular verbs) Yesterday at the Fair 24 Past simple (irregular verbs) The Hare and the Tortoise 25 Past Simple (irregular verbs) The Fishing Trip 26 Past simple (regular and irregular verbs) Earthquake! 27 Past simple / past continuous 28 Find Someone Who Present perfect Flags .29 Past participles Around Australia 30 & 31 Question tags The Skiing Lesson """"""""""""""""" 32 Confusing verbs Don't Make a Mistake 33 Make Do Me a Favour 34 Do Rules 35 Must/mustn't English Class Rules 36 Must/mustn't Does Mike have to Cook Dinner? 37 Have to 38 & 39 Lost at Sea Want / need """""""""""""""

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What Should 1 Do? Should World of Animais Maze

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Can: ability Snap! Hear / listen and watch / look at .

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Time Expressions

Birthdays Future time expressions What Do Vou Do...? When / while Truth and Lies Yet / already Questions

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Facts and Figures How much? / How many? Who is the Most Polite? Can I?

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What Would Vou Like...? Do you like? / Would you like? Class Survey Who/whose -ing

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Penpals Go + ing Do Vou like...? Love /Iike 1don't like / hate + ing Where Do People...? Where questions A Strange Letter Be + ing Articles 1 Nouns

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Shopping for the Family A / an These aren't my things This / that / those / these A Sleepover A / some / any Charlotte's or Charles 's or s' Christmas Presents Possessive pronouns

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Word Chain 64 & 65 Compound nouns Double or Nothing 66 Plural nouns Adjectives and Adverbs Around the World 67 Nationalities California or Florida 68 & 69 Comparative adjectives Good and Bad Habits 70 & 71 Adverbs of frequency What Are They Doing? 72 Adverbs Who Lives the Most Dangerously? 73 Superlative adverbs Prepostitions Put Away the Shopping! 74 & 75 Top / bottom / middle / right / left A Class Trip Prepositions of place Multi-word Verbs

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Put Vour Clothes Away! Multi-word verbs

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Give in your Homework, Please Multi-word verbs (school) Help! Multi-word verbs Word Order

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Beach Towel Mystery Friends

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English Families Play this game in small groups. Rules . Collecta complete familyby askingquestions, for example, Have you 90t MrSmith?

How to play English Families . Cut out the cards. . Mixthe cards up.

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Mr Smith Mrs Smith Sara Smith Sam Smith

Mr Smith Mrs Smith Sara Smith Sam Smith

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Mr Sherman Mr Sherman Mrs Sherman Shelly Sherman Sean Sherman

Mrs Chapman Mr Chapman Mrs Chapman Cherie Chapman Charles Chapman

Mrs Sherman Mr Sherman Mrs Sherman Shelly Sherman Sean Sherman

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Mr Hurst Mrs Hurst Heather Hurst Harry Hurst

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The Pet Game How to play .

Useisn't, aren't, don't, doesn't or can't. Ifthe player saysthe sentence correctly,he/she keeps the number. Ifthe player iswrong, he/she puts the number back in the bag. The player with the most numbers at the end of the game wins.

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T/MESAVER GRAMMAR ACT/VIT/ES Will

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your plane

(arrive)in Barcelona?

(checkin) at the airport one hour before the flight. Myplane

(2)

(take off) at seven o'dock, so 1(3)

(arrive) in Barcelona

at ten o'dock. .Ian:

Excuse me, what time (4)

next train to Newcastle

(Ieave)? Guard: Weil, there are three trains. The first is a slow train and it (5) Then there are two fast trains that (6) (7)

(depart) at four thirty.

(leave) at five o'dock. One train

(go) via York and the other (8)

(stop) at Coventry and Preston.

(change) at Preston for Newcastle.

. Alice: (coIlect)

Mum: Weil, his train (11)

. Gary:

.

(start)?

OK, and what time (15)

m

(open)?

Match the dialogues with the people in the picture.

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The Marie Celeste Read the story about the Marie Celeste and fill in the gaps with was or were.

The Marie Celeste (1)

a ship. On 5 December 1872, the Marie Celeste (2)

in the middle

of the Atlantic Ocean. There (3) something strange about this ship, so the captain of another ship, the Dei Gratia, stopped his ship and went on board the Marie Celeste with another man. They (4) surprised because there (5) no people on the ship at ail. It (6) completelyempty. There (7) a lot of food on the ship. And in the kitchen, there (8) saucepans of food, half cooked - but the fire (9) out. ln the captain's room, there (10) some halffinished breakfast on the table: there (11) an egg and an open bottle of medicine. Everything (12) in its place. The men (13) not there, but ail of their elothes and things (14) there. Did the men jump off the ship? But why? The captain of the Dei Gratia looked at the book on the table. The last date in it (15) 25 November.Didthe men leave after that day? (16) the MarieCeleste in the Atlanticwithout men for ten days? People wanted to know. 50, they looked for information and found that it (17) an

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American ship. It left New York with ten people on it: Captain Briggs, seven crewmen, the captain's wife and young daughter. No one saw them again and no one knows what happened to them. Here is a picture of the Marie Celeste when the captain of the Dei Gratia went aboard. Cirele the wrong things in the picture. Why are they wrong?

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Cookery Crossword Yesterday Katie cooked an egg dish for breakfast for her family.

Complete the sentences. Use the past simple form of the verbs in the box. add

She --_p-~~!,_~-t;.I--some milk into the bowl with

cook

lift

enjoy

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the milk

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the eggs.

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sprinkle

Then she ----------------some grated cheese to the mixture.

Finally,she ----------------some salt and pepper into the mixture.

She --n plate carefully.

Everyone ----------------their breakfast!

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When it was cooked, she one half over the other.

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Story Puzzle What happened in the story?

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ask

carry

cry

drop

dry

jump

pay

play

step

use

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DOWN 1 The taxi .#!>/!t'..'!.'Lnext to us. 3 Mum ---n---nnn my sister's eyes with a tissue. 'OK, let's go to the park: said Mum. 5 Mum the driver fG.80. Then we ran into the park. 7 Mum her umbrella to get the money. 8 My little sister because she wanted to play in the park.

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ACROSS 2 1 in the park with my sister for an hour. 4 'Mum, you ---nn some money. It's under the driver's seat!' 1said. 6 My little sister and 1 into the taxi. 9 Then 1 n--- my sister home because Mum hadn't got any more money for a taxi! 10 'Why are you crying again?' 1 her.

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Yesterday At the Fair Yesterday, Jessica went ta the fair.

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Match the pictures on the left with the sentences on the right.

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

She ate a candy floss.

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She

bought

two

balloons.

She drank a can of Cola.

She went on the big wheel twice.

She went on the rollercoaster three times.

She had one go at throwing the ring and won a teddy bear.

G

How much money did Jessica spend at the fair?

Throw the ring €1 3 rings

=

Candy Floss 75p

SI

Cola 60p

Balloons BOp

Big Wheel €3.00

Rollercoaster €4.00

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The Hare and the Tortoise Read the story about the race between the hare and the tortoise. Who do think will win the race? Complete the story with the past simple form of the verbs. One day the hare and the tortoise decided to have a race. The hare (1)

that he

knew

(can) run faster than the tortoise. But the tortoise (2)

(be) more

intelligent than the hare. 'Ves, l'II race you: (3)

(say) the clever tortoise.

The tortoise (4)

(have) a clever plan. He (5)E

sisters and he (6)

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(find) his brothers and

(tell) them to wait in different places along the path of the race. 50 they

ail (7)

(hide) behind the trees along the path.

The race (8)

(begin)! The tortoise (9)

the hare (10)

(be) faster, of course.

(run) as fast as possible. But

(think) the hare. 50 the hare decided to have a rest, and

'This will be a very easy race: (11)

(fall) asleep at the side of the road.

he quickly (12)

(see) a tortoise

(wake up) and he (14)

5uddenly, the hare (13)

ahead of him! 'How did he get ahead of me?' the hare asked himself. ln fact, it (15) be) his friend the tortoise: it (16)

(not

(be) the tortoise's sister. But to a hare, ail tortoises

look the same. The hare (17)

(can't)

(run) past the tortoise easily. 500n, he (18) (sit) down and (20)

see the tortoise, so he (19) Then the hare (21)

(have) another rest.

(get up) and continued the race. But - as the hare happily (22) (come) around the last corner before the finish line - his friend the tortoise crossed the line (win) the race!

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The Fishing Trip Tim and Karl are brothers. The two brothers went fishing yesterday. What happened?

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Complete the sentences with the past simple form of the verbs.

1 2

Yesterday, my brother and 1

(go) fishing.

(catch) a very big fish and my brother

(help) me to

pull it into the boat.

3

But,when we

(try) to take the fish out of the water, our

boat

4 5 6

.

The fish

(swim) away, but 1

The fish

(take) me to his friends - some sharks!

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(say) goodbye to the fish very quickly and (Ieave) as fast as 1

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Earthquake! ln pairs, read the story. Then choose the correct form of the verbs, past simple or past continuous.

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started / was starting.

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in front of the cooker.

She was OK, but the kitchen was a mess! H

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7 The hospital was very busy that

evening, but nobody died / was dying. R

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It wasn't a very bad earthquake. It only measured / was measuring 5.5.

Write the letters from over the correct answers to find out the name of the American scientist who invented a scale for measuring earthquakes in 1935.

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perfect (questions)

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ln groups of four, find who has collected the most names.

Find someone

who has...

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eaten snails

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2

received a letter today

3 4

had a birthday in this month ------------------been to the USA-------------------

5

baked a cake -------------------

6 7

painted a wall ------------------drunk Chinese tea -------------------

8

sung karaoke -------------------

9

had an operation -------------------

10 caught a bus to school today

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perfect (questions)

Find Someone Who... Find people who have done these things. Ask your classmates until you find

one name for each thing.

(/

Example: Have you eaten snails?-Yes, 1have. 1 No, 1haven't.

ln groups of four, find who has collected the most names.

Find someone

who has...

1

eaten snails -------------------

2

received a letter today -------------------

3 4

had a birthday in this month ------------------been to the USA-------------------

5

baked a cake -------------------

6 7

painted a wall ------------------drunkChinese tea -------------------

8

sung karaoke -------------------

9

had an operation -------------------

10 caught a bus to school today -------------------

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Flags Colour the past participles in the boxes and find the flag. Then answer the question.

What are the past participles of the verbs in the boxes?

begin

buy

come

do

drink

go

make

run

stand

throw

break

choose

drive

eat

fa Il

give

see

speak

steal

take

(olour the past participles that end in -en ~ red

Leave ail the other past participles ~ white.

Which country's flag is this?

.

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What are the past participles of the verbs in the boxes?

catch

teach

walk

stop

lose

build

fight

buy

want

talk

feel

leave

bring

think

need

drap

send

sleep

(olour the past participles that end in:

-ght ~ green -ed ~ white

-t ~

orange

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0participlesof the verbs

What are the past

in the boxes?

hit

fall

watch

cost

get

play

cut

lose

change

put

send

cook

(olour the past participles that end in: -ed ~

red.

(olour the past participles that don't change their spelling ~ blue. Leave ail the other past participles ~ white.

Which country's flag is this?

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Around Australia

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START

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Australia is the biggest island in the world, ?

ln Australia they use pounds, ?

The Inuit aren't the people from Australia, ?

Australians don't speak English, ?

Kangaroos live in Australia, ?

There are a lot of sheep in Australia, ?

Sydney isn't the capital city of Australia, ?

There aren't any deserts in Australia, ?

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Around Australia Now write the questions with the correct question tags above the correct answers.

~~ y,;~=::j~>~\~\Hrf 1 _~~n~~~~o!~~:~~~~~~~~:~~~~~h!y~___-----------------------------Yes, they do. You can only see them in Australia.

2------------------------------------------------------------Yes, there are. There are 162 million sheep in Australia.

3------------------------------------------------------------No, it isn't. Canberra is the capital city of Australia.

4------------------------------------------------------------Yes, they do. They speak Australian English.

5------------------------------------------------------------Yes, there are. There are 8 deserts.

6------------------------------------------------------------No, they don't. They use the Australian dollar.

7 ------------------------------------------------------------Yes, it is. But fewer people live in Australia than in the UK!

8------------------------------------------------------------No, they aren't. The Aborigines are the indigenous people of Australia.

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O-(J)

The Skiing Lesson Some teenagers are on a school skiing trip.

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Read the skiing instructor's sentences and choose the correct word for each sentence. Then circlethe letter next to each correct word.

Example: First,1want you to put on your skis. (take off V/ put on@)

1

Then,

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me very carefully.

(listento H / hear A)

2

(an you ail

me clearly?

(listenE / hear A)

3

Howmany of you have

skiing before?

(gone L/ been M)

4

Have you ever

waterskiing or

ice- skating before? Weil, skiing is very similar. (be D / been 0)

5

Now, we're at the top of a small hil!. OK, let's try skiing down this hill towards that building over there. it?

(an you (see N / look 1)

6

Weall

mistakes, so don't worry if

you fall over. (make 1/ do S)

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you up! (take R / pick X) .,- -"..-',,

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Don't Make A Mistake! Read the dues and complete the crossword. If you need help, the answers are at the bottom of this page. Unscramble the letters to find the answer.

ACROSS 1 Banks make a lot of

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4 Study hard every day and you'lI make good

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5 That boy's got big ears, but don't make 6 Do you need help? Let me makea

of him.

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Do Me a Eric's

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Favour...

mum wants Eric to help her on Saturday. She is thinking about what he can do.

What is Eric's mum thinking? Match the sentences with the pictures.

1

He can do the washing-up.

2

He can do the ironing.

3

He can do the shopping.

4 5

He can do the washing. He can do the gardening.

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mum.Completethe sentences with the expressionsin the box.

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do the housework

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do my homework

do my best

Mum: Eric,will you Eric:1can't

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a maths test on Monday sol need to (1)

Mum: Today? Saturday? Eric:Yes, l've got a test! You always say that l've got to (2) Mum: Yes, but... Eric: But what, Mum?

.

Mum: You're right. l'II (3)

Eric:Thanks, Mum!

Who does the housework in your family? Write the names of the people in your family in the table. Tick(.1')the jobs that they do. Then compare your answers with a partner.

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Rules There are things that we must and mustn't do when we are in a park. Read the signs in the park. Then match the signs with the people.

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English Class Rules What rules have you got in your English class? Write true sentences about your class.

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Complete our English Class Rules with musf or musfn'f.

Our English Class Rules a\ways speak in Eng\ish. 1

We

2

We

3

We

4

We

5

We

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Does Mike Have to Cook Dinner?

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has to do what. Tick(v) the correct boxes. Student Student Student Student

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Jeff

put up the tent

Paula

Tina

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V

build a tire V

get water cook dinner

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Mike

Student 8: Does Jeff have to cook dinner? Student 8: No, he doesn't. Student A: Does Paula have to put up the tent? Student

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Jeff

don't have to.

Mike and Jeff

a tire, but:

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Mike

wood, but Jeff

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Paula

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Tina

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water, but Tina

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'1 have to tind wood and build a tire!'

4

'Weil, 1have to build a tire, too!'

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put up the tent

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Tina

Paula

water

!

Paula and Tina

Jeff

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8: Yes, she does.

Mike

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Ask Student A questions to find out who has to do what. Tick(v) the correct boxes.

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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Example: Paula and Tina but

1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

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find wood

STUDENT B Mike, Jeff, Paulaand Tina are going camping. Eachperson hasto do two jobs.

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

STUDENT A Mike, Jeff, Paula and Tina are going camping. Each person has to do two jobs.

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1

Paula

water, but Tina

dinner, but her triends

Tina

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'Weil, 1have to put up the tent and cook dinner!'

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'1 have to tind wood and build a tire!'

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'Weil, 1have to build a tire, too!'

1 1 1 1 1 1

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Lost At Sea Vincent and Casper are on a desert island and their ship is lost. Vincent is hungry, wet and dirty. He lost his two front teeth in the storm and ail they've got to eat is an apple and a pot of yoghurt.

Theyare having a conversation. Hesays to Casper1 want

...,and Casperalways

answers But you need ...

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walk aeross the island

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makesometoast

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Our World

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3. rides his bicycle 4. playsthe guitar 5. playscomputer games 6. reads magazines 7. goes swimming 8. telephones 2. Students' own answers.

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PAGE20 What time...? 1. 1. check in 2. takes off

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Get Fit!

2. There are three wrong things in the picture: 1. The fire isn't out.

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2. The year is the diary is 1875 - it should be 1872. 3. The date is the diary is 23 November - it should be 25 November.

4. He usually playscards. Today,he's playing basketball. 5. He usuallyreads comics.Today, he's exercising.

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Around Australia

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Yes, we've already eaten it.

stay at a friend's house for a week

6. Have you finished on the phone yet?

throw the on ions away soak the onions in water every night - then they won't be as strong

Yes, l've already said goodbye. The true answers are:

eat the onions and enjoy them! buya lot of chewing gum tell everybody at school that on ions are good for you Answers for Problem 3:

3. Yes, she has.

ask your aunt about it talk to your uncle tell your parents

3. many / 24 hours

2. Yes, he has.

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Facts and Figures

4. many / 30 minutes 5. many /12 months 6. much / 2 litres

watch your uncle very carefully cali the police move to a different bedroom

7. many / 7 days 8. much / students' own answers 9. many / students' own answers

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What Do You Do...?

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Truth and Lies

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What Would You Like?

Students' own answers.

2. Has the postman corne yet?

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Penpals

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Yes, and l've already put everything away.

shopping

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swimming Wednesday

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ice-skating Tuesday running Sunday horse-riding every day walk the dog

5. These aren't my brushes, they're hers!

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Do You Like

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some sweets, some keys, some sports clothes, some

make-up, and some pyjamas. 2. Amyisn't taking any: money, CDs,magazines or homework

1. 2. Where do people speak Welsh? 3. Where do people see kangaroos? 4. Where do people play the bagpipes?

Amy isn'ttaking a: passportor a mobilephone

5. Where do people visit the pyramids?

3.B

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4. go-kart

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Vou always wash your hands

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Vou are always polite to your teachers.

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2. 2. Spanish

3. Italian

4. French

PAGES68 & 69

California or Florida?

5. Japanese

4. He's running quickly. 5. He's shouting angrily. 6. They're laughing happily.

The following cards are correct: Death Valleyis drier than the Everglades. Orlando is hotter than LosAngeles.

8. She's playing badly.

An alligator is longer than a hummingbird. Florida is smaller than California.

PAGE73 Who Lives The Most Dangerously? Students' own answers.

7. It's crying loudly.

California is bigger than Florida. Disneyland,California, is older than DisneyWorld,Florida. The following cards aren't correct: Death Valleyis wetter than the Everglades. Orlando is colder th an LosAngeles. An alligator is smaller than a hummingbird. Florida is bigger th an California. DisneyWorld,Florida, is older than Disneyland,California. LosAngeles is warmer than Orlando.

PAGES 74 & 75 PutAwaythe Shopping! Put the carrots on the bottom shelf, on the right. Put the butter on the top shelf, on the left Put the tomatoes on the bottom shelf, in the middle. Put the chicken on the middle shelf, in the middle. Put the lettuce on the bottom shelf, on the left. Put the Put the Put the Put the

eggs on the middle shelf, on the right. yoghurt on the top shelf, on the right. cheese on the top shelf, in the middle. sausages on the middle shelf, on the left.

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Put Your Clothes Away! 2.E

3.F

2. 1. Dean 4. Callum

4.A

5. But perhaps it isn't for old women!

5.D

2. Jason

3. Tony

5. Graham

6. Ricky

6. B

3. taking off; putting on; folding up; folding up; trying on; zipping up; hurry up; put away; take away; put away PAGE78

6. My mother isn't very old, but she isn't young. 7. Perhaps she's more intelligent than me! 8. And perhaps l'illisten to her and not watch 50 much TV. 9. But first, l've got to watch Friends. 10. Oh, no! Mum is watching it now!

Give in your homework, please PAGE 83

Classrooms

Suggested answers: The dock says 10 o'dock in Classroom A, but it says 2 o'dock in Classroom B. 3L

P U T

s->

T

4->

L

They're learning maths in Classroom A.

U R N

H

6L

0

8L

1

p U

10->

1

1

1

1

but they're learning geography

W 7->

9->

The teacher is a man in Classroom A, but she is a woman in Classroom B.

0 R

in Classroom B.

The bin is full in Classroom A, but it's empty in Classroom B.

1

2L

U

c CE

The teacher's desk is very messy in Classroom A. but it's tidy in Classroom B. The calendar says it's October in Classroom A, but it says it's November in Classroom B.

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The windows are dosed in Classroom A, but they're open in Classroom B.

u

There are no books on the shelves in Classroom A,

PAGE79 Help! 1. 1. turn off 2. turn on 3. turn over

but they're on bookshelves in Classroom B. 4. turn down

2. 2. He can't pick up the chair. 3. He can't put on his jumper. 4. He can't tidy up his room. / his toys.

There are computers in Classroom A, but there are dictionaries in Classroom B. PAGES 84 & 85 Student

PAGES80 &81 Beach Towel Mystery 5 Eight friends went to the beach. E They ail went swimming in the sea. A Michelleleft her earrings and her watch on her towel. G When she came back, something was wrong. U She couldn't find her watch. LAnd her earrings were missing,too. L But there was nobody else on the beach. 5 Who stole her things? The SEAGULLS stole Michelle'sthings! PAGE82

Friends

3. My mother never watches Friends.

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There are four seagulls in the sky. There are two umbrellas. There is one beach bail. There is one dolphin in the sea. There is one bucket. There are three beach towels. There are four swimmers in the sea. There are two deckchairs.

There are two boys on the beach. There are two sandcastles.

TV show is Friends.

4. She doesn't understand why 1always

There are three boys on the beach. There is a sandcastle.

Student B:

1. 1usually watch TV in the evening. 2. My favourite

A Seaside Holiday

A:

like to watch it.

There are two seagulls in the sky. There is one umbrella.

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There are two beach balls. There are two dolphins in the sea. There are two buckets. There are two beach towels. There are five swimmers in the sea. There is one deckchair.

PAGES 86 & 87

What was there ...?

Suggested answers Student A: There were some paintings on the walls yesterday. There was a TV on the bottom

shelf yesterday.

There were some videos on the floor yesterday. There was a video player on the shelves yesterday. There was a jacket on the chair yesterday. There was a stereo system on the floor yesterday. There were some books on the shelves yesterday. There weren't

any footprints

There weren't

any gloves yesterday.

yesterday.

Student 8: There aren't any paintings now. There isn't a TV now. There aren't any videos now. There isn't a video player now. There isn't a jacket now. There isn't a stereo system now. There aren't any books now. There are some footprints

on the floor now.

There are some gloves by the window

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