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Contents Starting Point

page 4

1 2

Hi! I’m a New Friend. I’m from Brazil. And You?

page 6

page 14

Stop and Check 1 (Units 1 & 2) Project: Personal Profile

page 22

3 4

Are You Ready? Who Is She?

page 24

page 32

Stop and Check 2 (Units 3 & 4) Project: School Rules

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5 6

What Time Is It Now? Where Are the Kids?

page 42

page 50

Stop and Check 3 (Units 5 & 6) Project: I Love Day Acrostic

Song: “Friday I’m in Love” (The Cure)

page 58

7 8

Is There a Bakery Near Here? How Much Is It?

page 60

page 68

Stop and Check 4 (Units 7 & 8) Project: Tourist Catalogue

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Track List

page 114

Workbook

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Grammar Reference

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1 1 2

Hi! I’m a New Friend. STARTER

Annie is in a fast food restaurant near school. She introduces a new classmate to her English teacher. Listen and check. Annie’s classmate is:

Annie’s English teacher is:

(

) Stella.

(

) Mr. Jones.

(

) Stephanie.

(

) Mr. Johnson.

Hi, Mr. Johnson. Mr. Johnson: Hello, Annie. Annie: Stella, this is Mr. Johnson, our English teacher. Stella: Nice to meet you, Mr. Johnson. Annie:

Mr. Johnson: Nice to meet you, Stella.

4

2

Read, listen and repeat.

3

Introduce one classmate to another classmate.

Good morning, Jessica.

Look, listen and repeat.

3

Hi, I’m Carlos. What’s your name?

Good morning, Ms. García.

Hello, I’m Barbara. Mr. Peterson

Hi, Mark. How are you?

Hello, Jason. I’m fine, thanks. And you?

Goodbye, Anita.

Ms. García

I’m fine, too. 6

Bye.

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5

Talk to your classmates. Use the dialogues in exercise 4 as examples.

6

Fill in the gaps. Use the expressions in the box. Good night

a

How are you?

Nice to meet you

this is

What’s your name?

A: Good evening. B: Good evening. My name’s Tom.

b A: Jack, B:

my father. , Mr. Peterson.

C: Nice to meet you too, Jack.

c

A: Good afternoon, Janice. B: Fine, thanks.

d A: Good night, Sue. B:

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WORDS IN ACTION 1

Look at the membership application form below.

CHOICE Community Center First Name: Date of Birth: January 9, 2000 Address: City: Boston

Middle Name: Elizabeth

Last Name:

Zip Code: 02114

State: Massachusetts

Phone Number: Email: Membership Number: 4503

New Member / Existing Member

Saying your email: clarasmith@rmail.com at

2

dot

Now fill in the form. Use the information in the box. 139 Cambridge Street

617-225-3956

Clara

clarasmith@rmail.com

Smith

Spelling

Break Time

Puzzle

Unscramble the words.

a

b

c

225 7 61 956 3 OOGD

GINMRON

d

BUMNRE

e

LHCOOS

8

ENHOP

ASSTESCLAM

f

CHAETRE

EDDASSR

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LANGUAGE PRACTICE

Personal Pronouns São usados como sujeito da oração. Singular

Plural

I, You, He, She, It

We, You, They

Jill and Jessica are English. They are nice girls.

Stella is a new classmate. She is eleven years old.

1

Substitute the words in bold. Use Personal Pronouns.

a

2

Jane is a good student.

b Karl and I are in the fifth grade.

c

The backpack is on the desk.

d Is Dennis the tall boy?

e

Ben and Kyle aren’t eleven.

f

You and Samantha are my best friends. ➝

Fill in the gaps.

a

A: Are Dan and Lisa at home?

b A: Is this your pencil case? c

e f

are.

aren’t.

A: Is Christian your father? B: Yes,

isn’t.

A: Am I your friend? B: Yes,

B: No,

are.

B: Yes, B: No,

d A: Are we in the same class?

is.

A: Are you ten years old? B: Yes,

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Verb to be Affirmative

3

Negative

I am (I’m) a teacher.

I am not (I’m not) a teacher.

Am I a teacher?

You are (You’re) at home.

You are not (You aren’t) at home.

Are you at home?

He is (He’s) a teenager.

He is not (He isn’t) a teenager.

Is he a teenager?

She is (She’s) in the cafeteria.

She is not (She isn’t) in the cafeteria.

Is she in the cafeteria?

It is (It’s) a calculator.

It is not (It isn’t) a calculator.

Is it a calculator?

We are (We’re) classmates.

We are not (We aren’t) classmates.

Are we classmates?

You are (You’re) OK.

You are not (You aren’t) OK.

Are you OK?

They are (They’re) in

They are not (They aren’t) in

Are they in the

the classroom.

the classroom.

classroom?

Fill in the blanks with am, are or is.

a

I

b A: Where B: They

c

Maria. What is your name? the Simmons from? from Australia.

A: How old B: She

Jane? eleven years old.

d My friend Joe e

A:

at home and I

f

We

here at school!

the hotels big? .

B: Yes, they

4

Interrogative

great kids. Our mom

very happy!

Read about Sam’s first day at school. Then fill in the text. Use the words in the box. am

am not

Hi, there! I

First Day at School

are

aren’t

is

Sam and this

at school. My father and mother They

calm. They

isn’t

my first day here with me. nervous. I

nervous. I

calm and happy. My sister

baby. She

at school. She

a

at home with

our grandma. Well, I am going to my classroom now. Bye!

10

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SKILLS WORK

Listening 4

Annie wants to become a member of the Choice Community Center. She is talking to the manager now. Listen to their dialogue. Then circle the correct alternatives.

CHOICE Community Center

Middle Name: — Last Name: Collins / Carlson First Name: Annie Date of Birth: March 17, 2000 Address: 152 Madison Avenue / 162 Madison Avenue Zip Code: 10016 State: NY City: New York Phone Number: 212-532-4100 / 212-532-4110 Email: anniecollins@rmail.com / annie.collins@rmail.com

Speaking Interview a classmate. Use the following questions. Take notes. What’s your

What’s your

last name?

phone number?

What’s your

What’s your

first name?

address?

What’s your email?

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Reading

Open Your Mind

Look at the documents below. What are they? (

) An identification card (ID) and a birth certificate.

(

) A driver license and a passport.

Real ID

Você tem algum documento de identificação? Qual?

Por que precisamos de documentos de identificação?

Quais documentos de identificação você conhece? Para que servem?

United States Identification Department of Homeland Security

ID number: 247-86-2149 Lauryn Langey 789 33rd St Queens, NY 11102 Occupation: Teacher Religion: Protestant Born: April 5, 1989 Chicago, Illinois Ht: 5’ 9” Wt: 170lbs Hair: black Eyes: brown Blood Type: A Neg

BALTIMORE CIT Y HEALTH DEPARTMENT

NOTIFICATION OF BIRTH REGISTRATION

This certifies that there is on file in the Bureau of Vital Records of the Baltimore City Health Department a record of the birth of NAME OF CHILD Gordon Shoulder DATE OF BIRTH Jan. 11, 1957 SEX Male File No. 57-00982

LTH COMMISSIONER OF HEA AND ISTICS REGISTRAR OF VITAL STAT

GLOSSARY

black preto blood type tipo sanguíneo brown castanho certifies certifica eyes olhos hair cabelo 12

health saúde Ht (height) altura male masculino on file em arquivo record registro Wt (weight) peso

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1

Look at the ID card again. Then choose the correct alternative.

a

This is (

) a Brazilian

ID card. (

) an American

b This ID card is (

c

) different from

the Brazilian ID card. (

) similar to

Langey is the person’s (

) last

name. (

) first

d Lauryn’s place of birth is (

2

) New York

(

. ) Chicago

Read the birth certificate again and match the columns.

a

What is the person’s name?

(

) Gordon Shoulder.

b What is this person’s date of birth?

(

) Baltimore.

c

(

) It’s January 11, 1957.

Where is the birth certificate from?

Writing Fill in the identification card below. Use true information about you. Follow the model on page 12.

Real ID

United States Identification Department of Homeland Security

ID number:

Occupation:

Religion:

Born:

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STOP AND CHECK 1 (Units 1 & 2) 1

Answer the questions. Give short answers.

a

b

A: Is the Argentinian flag blue, white and A: Is the school uniform black and white?

yellow?

B:

B:

c

d

A: Are Mr. and Mrs. Taylor at home?

A: Am I late for lunch, Mom?

B:

B:

e

A: Is Mrs. Todd a teacher? B: 22

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LANGUAGE PRACTICE

What time

When

A: What time is it?

A: When is your

B: It’s ten o’clock a.m.

birthday? B: It’s in January.

1

2

Fill in the gaps. Use What time or When. Then match questions and answers.

a

is Geography class today?

b

is your dad’s birthday?

c

is the rock concert?

d

is the game tonight?

(

) At seven, I guess.

(

) On January 10.

(

) I’m not sure. Let’s see my class schedule.

(

) Next Saturday.

Join the sentences below. Use and or but. Follow the examples.

a

Alicia is Spanish. Her father is Brazilian.

Alicia is Spanish, but her father is not.

Linking Words and I’m tired and sleepy.

b Mr. Johnson is a teacher. Ms. García is a teacher too.

Mr. Johnson and Ms. García are teachers. c

Julia is in Australia. Emma is in Australia too.

d Jack’s notebook is new. Priscilla’s notebook is old. e

Dean is Maria’s brother. Dean is Cynthia’s brother too.

f

The Mexican flag is here. The Chilean flag is over there.

but I’m sad, but they are not.

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TRACK

PAGE

TRACK LIST

1

CONTENT Introduction

2

6

Unit 1

Starter – Ex. 1

3

6

Unit 1

Starter – Ex. 4

4

11

Unit 1

Listening

5

14

Unit 2

Starter – Ex. 1

6

14

Unit 2

Starter – Ex. 2

7

16

Unit 2

Words in Action – Ex. 1

8

19

Unit 2

Listening – Ex. 1

9

20

Unit 2

Reading

10

24

Unit 3

Starter – Ex. 1

11

24

Unit 3

Starter – Ex. 2

12

26

Unit 3

Words in Action – Ex. 1

13

27

Unit 3

Language Practice – Ex. 1

14

29

Unit 3

Listening

15

30

Unit 3

Reading

16

32

Unit 4

Starter – Ex. 2

17

34

Unit 4

Words in Action – Ex. 1

18

37

Unit 4

Listening

19

38

Unit 4

Reading

20

42

Unit 5

Starter – Ex. 1

21

42

Unit 5

Starter – Ex. 2

22

44

Unit 5

Words in Action – Ex. 1

23

47

Unit 5

Listening

24

48

Unit 5

Reading

25

50

Unit 6

Starter – Ex. 1

26

50

Unit 6

Starter – Ex. 2

27

55

Unit 6

Listening – Ex. 1

28

60

Unit 7

Starter – Ex. 1

29

60

Unit 7

Starter – Ex. 2

30

62

Unit 7

Words in Action – Ex. 1

31

65

Unit 7

Listening

32

66

Unit 7

Reading

33

68

Unit 8

Starter – Ex. 1

34

68

Unit 8

Starter – Ex. 2

35

70

Unit 8

Words in Action – Ex. 1

36

73

Unit 8

Listening

37

78

Unit 9

Starter – Ex. 1

38

78

Unit 9

Starter – Ex. 2

39

80

Unit 9

Words in Action – Ex. 1

40

83

Unit 9

Listening

41

86

Unit 10

Starter – Ex. 1

42

86

Unit 10

Starter – Ex. 2

43

88

Unit 10

Words in Action

44

91

Unit 10

Listening

45

92

Unit 10

Reading

46

96

Unit 11

Starter – Ex. 1

47

96

Unit 11

Starter – Ex. 2

48

98

Unit 11

Words in Action – Ex. 1

49

101

Unit 11

Listening

50

104

Unit 12

Starter – Ex. 1

51

104

Unit 12

Starter – Ex. 2

52

106

Unit 12

Words in Action – Ex. 1

53

109

Unit 12

Listening

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Unit 1 1

Complete the sentences. Use the expressions in the box. Good morning

Good afternoon

Good evening

Good night

,

, ladies.

a

honey.

b

, ,

2

d

WORKBOOK

Mr. Jordan.

c

boys.

Check the correct answer.

a

Samantha: Are you in the sixth grade? Claire: (

) Yes, I am.

(

) Yes, they are.

(

) Yes, she is.

b Susan: Tina, this is Joshua. Tina: Nice to meet you, Joshua. Joshua: (

c

) Hi, Tina.

(

) Nice to meet you too, Tina. (

) Good afternoon, Tina.

Mark: Paul, is Mr. Jacobs your English teacher? Paul:

(

) Yes, she is.

(

) Yes, you are.

(

) No, he isn’t.

) Good evening.

(

) Goodbye, Brian.

(

) It’s Gonzales.

d Brian: Bye, Mom! See you later. Mom:

e

(

) Hi, Brian.

(

Mr. Clark: Peter, what’s your address? Peter: (

) It’s 224-53672.

(

) It’s 39 Springfield St.

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3

4

Match questions and answers.

a Are you a student here?

(   ) Yes, it is.

b Is Mrs. Robinson your teacher?

(   ) Yes, I am.

c Is this your phone number?

(   ) No, you aren’t.

d Are your parents at home?

(   ) No, they aren’t.

e Am I your best friend?

(   ) Yes, you are.

f

(   ) No, she isn’t.

Are we classmates?

Complete the conversation with the words in the box. See   I’m   your   Hi   Bye   too    teacher   History Kate, the

Kate: Hi!

name?

What’s

WORKBOOK

Liza: 

teacher.

! I’m Liza. I’m the Science

.

Kate: Nice to meet you, Liza. .

Liza: Nice to meet you,

5

Kate:

you, Liza.

Liza:

, Kate.

Answer the questions. Write full answers.

a What’s your first name? b What’s your address?
 c What’s your phone number? d What’s your email? e What’s your last name?

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To be (Unit 1) Negative

Interrogative

I am (I’m) late.

I am not late.

Am I late?

You are (You’re) Brazilian.

You aren’t Brazilian.

Are you Brazilian?

He is (He’s) at home.

He isn’t at home.

Is he at home?

She is (She’s) happy.

She isn’t happy.

Is she happy?

It is (It’s) cold today.

It isn’t cold today.

Is it cold today?

We are (We’re) right.

We aren’t right.

Are we right?

They are (They’re) twelve.

They aren’t twelve.

Are they twelve?

1

Yes, you are. No, you aren’t. Yes, I am. No, I’m not. Yes, he is. No, he isn’t. Yes, she is. No, she isn’t. Yes, it is. No, it isn’t. Yes, you are. No, you aren’t. Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.

Fill in the gaps with is, is not, are, are not, am or am not.

a

I

twelve years old and my sister

b Excuse me, c

you the new teacher?

No, this backpack

new.

d Her eyes e

2

Short Answers

Sorry, I

green. They’re blue. Spanish. I’m French.

Match questions and answers.

a

Is Joseph your brother?

b Are you from Brazil? c

Are your friends with you now?

d Is it cold today, Mom? e

Am I late for class?

f

Are you and Martha best friends?

(

) No, you aren’t. You’re early.

(

) Yes, he is.

(

) Yes, it’s very cold.

(

) No, I’m not. I’m from Chile.

(

) Yes, we are.

(

) No, they aren’t. They’re still at school.

eight.

GRAMMAR REFERENCE

Affirmative

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The Great Barrier Reef is 6,000 to 8,000 years old. It dates back to the last Ice Age. On The Great Barrier Reef there are: 1,500 different species of fish 350 different types of soft and hard corals  4,000 different species of mollusks and shellfish  1,000 different species of sea-sponge  500 different species of echinoderms, such as starfish  30 different species of whales and dolphins  175 different species of birds  

PORCUPINE PUFFER FISH CLOWNFISH

A Porcupine Puffer fish inflates its body when it is threatened by larger fish.

Clownfish live in small groups among sea anemones. They eat leftover bits from other fish and the anemones’ dead tentacles. In return, the sea anemones protect the clownfish from attacks by other fish.

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THE GREAT BARRIER REEF The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef ecosystem on Earth. It can be seen from space. It has about 900 islands and 3,000 reef systems. It is over 2,600 kilometers long. Unesco listed it as a World Heritage area in 1981.

SCHOOL OF SWEETLIPS

GIANT CLAM The Giant Clam only gets one chance to find a nice home. Once it fastens itself to a spot on a reef, it sits there for the rest of its life. It lives up to 100 years or more. 157

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A

all the time  o tempo todo

as  como

allergy  alergia

ask  perguntar

also  também

ask for  pedir

alternative  alternativa

assemble  montar

a kilo of  um quilo de

always  sempre

assistance  assistência

about  sobre, a respeito de

amenities  facilidades

absent  ausente

American  americano(a)

at all  nenhum(a); de forma alguma, em absoluto

access  acessar; acesso

an  um, uma

athlete  atleta

according to  de acordo com

and  e

athletics  atletismo

anemone  anêmona

atlas  atlas

angry  bravo(a)

attack  atacar

announcement  anúncio

aunt  tia

another  outro(a)

Australia  Austrália

a  um, uma a big thing  muito importante

acrostic  acróstico action  ação actually  na verdade add  acrescentar, somar

GLOSSARY

address  endereço

answer  responder; resposta Australian  australiano(a)

adolescent  adolescente

any  algum(a); nenhum(a)

avenue  avenida

adopted child  filho(a) adotivo(a)

anybody  alguém; ninguém

awesome  incrível, fantástico

adoption  adoção

anymore  nenhum(a); nada; não mais

advertisement  propaganda

anyone  alguém; ninguém

advice  conselho

anything  algo, alguma coisa; nada

after  depois, após afternoon  tarde again  de novo, novamente age  idade air  ar

anywhere  algum lugar; nenhum lugar apartment  apartamento

air conditioning  ar-condicionado airplane  avião

Argentina  Argentina

airport  aeroporto

Argentinian  argentino(a)

alike  semelhante, parecido(a)

armchair  poltrona

all day long  o dia todo all over the world  em todo o mundo

B

Anything else?  Algo mais? baby  bebê

apple  maçã

all  todo(a), todos(as), inteiro(a)

awful  horrível, péssimo

architect  arquiteto(a)

around  ao redor; perto de; por volta de

baby son  bebê (menino) backpack  mochila backyard  quintal bad  mau, má bag  bolsa; sacola bakery  padaria ball  bola ballet  balé bank  banco

arrange  organizar

baseball  beisebol

art  arte

based on  baseado em

article  artigo

basket  cesta

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