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CONTENTS

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First move

An international school

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Unit 1

School rules

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Unit 2

We have a new teacher!

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Unit 3

Learning about New Orleans

26

Recharge 1

34

Unit 4

Field trip to the planetarium

36

Unit 5

Describing the visit

42

Unit 6

Parents meeting

48

Recharge 2

54

Unit 7

What do you do in your free time?

56

Unit 8

All teens like junk food. Do you?

62

Unit 9

Do you help at home?

68

Recharge 3

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Unit 10

Can you play soccer?

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Unit 11

How do you spend your time?

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Unit 12

We play together

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Recharge 4

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Grammar bank 1

Grammar reference Units 1 – 3

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Grammar bank 2

Grammar reference Units 4 – 6

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Grammar bank 3

Grammar reference Units 7 – 9

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Grammar bank 4

Grammar reference Units 10 – 12

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Song bank 1

Accidentally in love

104

Song bank 2

Crazy

106

Situational bank 1

Language functions Units 1 – 3

107

Situational bank 2

Language functions Units 4 – 6

109

Situational bank 3

Language functions Units 7 – 9

110

Situational bank 4

Language functions Units 10 – 12

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Workbook

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Glossary

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1

It’s the first day of classes at Grant International School. Read the photostory. Then listen.

Hi, Will.

Hi, Peter. How are you?

Great. How about you?

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An international school

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FIRST MOVE

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■ Look at the pictures. Where are the students? ■ This is their first day at school. Is this your first day too?

Could you spell yellow, please?

Y – E – L – L – O – W.

Fine, thanks.

Thank you, Mr. Smith. You’re welcome, Joanna.

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COMPREHENSION 1

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Who said that? Match the sentences with the names. a It’s hot in here.

Joanna

b May I drink some water?

Julia

c What’s your phone number?

Peter

d Could you spell yellow, please?

Mr. Smith

e Let me see… It’s (832) 459-7416.

Bella

f Great. How about you?

Akira

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During the English class…

Danny, could you open the window, please? It’s hot in here!

Julia, what’s your phone number? During the break...

May I drink some water? Sure!

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Let me see… It’s (832) 459-7416.

4 VOCABULARY

3

1

Write the names of the colors. Then listen and repeat. red yellow

2

white blue

brown green

orange purple

pink black

beige gray

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

i

j

k

l

Look at the alphabet chart. What do the numbers spell? A=1 B=2 C=3 D=4 E=5 F =6 G=7

H= I = J = K= L = M= N =

8 9 10 11 12 13 14

O= P = Q= R= S = T=

15 16 17 18 19 20

U = V = W= X = Y = Z =

21 22 23 24 25 26

a 23, 5, 12, 3, 15, 13, 5 = b 23, 1, 20, 5, 18 = c 20, 8, 1, 14, 11, 19 = d 23, 9, 14, 4, 15, 23 = e 16, 12, 5, 1, 19, 5 = An international school

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LANGUAGE 1

Circle the appropriate word to complete the conversations. a How do you spell / speak white? W – H – I – T – E. b Hello. How is / are you? I’m fine, thanks. c Could you open / close the door, please? It’s cold in here. Sure. d What’s you / your phone number? It’s (305) 555-1236. e What’s your name? My / Your name’s William, but you can call me Will.

2

Order the conversations. Then practice. a I’m Jill Dylan. Can you spell your last name, please? 1

What’s your name? Sure. It’s D – Y – L – A – N. Thank you.

b

Oh. Welcome. I’m Cameron. What’s your name? Yes. It’s my first day! 1

Excuse me. Are you a new student? My name is Alison. Nice to meet you.

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First move

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3

Look at the pictures. Choose phrases below to complete the balloons. How do you say this in English? I don‘t understand. May I go to the bathroom? How do you spell ruler? Hello! Can you help me? Could you open the window, please? May I drink some water, please? Goodbye. b

a

Mechanical pencil.

c

d I‘m sorry.

e

g

f

Excuse me.

h Hi!

An international school

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UP

School rules

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LANGUAGE IN CONTEXT

■ What can you see in these pictures? ■ Where are the students?

1

Listen to the conversations.

a

c

2

M

UNIT 4

1

Excuse me. Are you new here?

I’m Julia and he’s my friend Danny. We’re 11. How about you?

Yes. I’m Akira. What’s your name?

Read the sentence again.

b

This is my locker. I keep my books here. Where’s your locker?

Basketball is my favorite sport. What’s your favorite sport?

d

Read the dialogues in exercise 1. Then choose the answers to fill in the gaps. My name’s Juan and I’m 12. I’m from Costa Rica. Tennis. I’m Danny. It’s over there.

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Unit 1

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PRACTICE 1

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Listen to the dialogues then practice. Substitute the names. a William and Juan meet for the first time. William: Hi. I’m William. What’s your name? Juan: My name’s Juan. Nice to meet you. William: Nice to meet you, too. b Bella introduces Julia to Joanna. Julia: Hello, Bella. How are you? Bella: Fine, thank you. Julia, this is my new friend Joanna. She’s from Ghana. Julia: Glad to meet you.

2

Look at picture c on page 10. What’s in the sign? That is one of Grant International School’s rules. There are others below. Match them to the corresponding photos. Come to class on time.

Don’t bring your cell phone to school.

Help your partner.

Don’t chew gum in class.

Wear the uniform in P.E. classes.

Don’t play electronic games during class.

Don’t use calculators on Math exams.

Eat your lunch in the cafeteria.

a

b

c

d

e

f

g

h

School rules

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FOCUS ON LANGUAGE 1

Study the examples. Then complete the table.

a

c

e

I’m Laura. I’m thirteen.

This is Zoe. She’s my teacher. She’s 20.

Ana and João are Brazilian.They’re fourteen.

b

d

This is my friend Ben. He’s twelve.

We’re students at Grant International School. We’re fifteen.

Work it out Full forms

Short forms

I am

I’m

You are He’s She is We are They’re

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Unit 1

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Circle the correct pronoun. Bella: Hello. Are you / she new here? Joanna: Yes. He / It ‘s my first day. Are you / we new here too? Bella: No, you / we aren’t. We / They are in Class 5M. What class are we / you in? Joanna: It / I ‘m in class 5M too! Nice to meet you! I’m Joanna. Bella: Nice to meet you, too. I’m Bella and he / she is Danny! Joanna: Is that our English teacher? Bella: No. That’s Mrs. Rodriguez. She / He isn’t our English teacher. He / She is our Spanish teacher! Joanna: And who are they? Bella: They / He are Peter and William. He / They are in the same class! Joanna: Oh, no! That’s the bell! We have to go!

3

Read the e-mail. Then change the full forms to short forms.

Keep in mind

joe11@hmail.com danny11@fastmail.com New girls in class!!!

Negative forms

Hi, Joe! How are you doing?

(I am) great!

There are two new girls at school: Julia and Joanna. They

(are not) Americans. Julia is Brazilian. (She is) cute. Joanna is from Ghana. (They are) scholarship students.

Long form

Short form

I am not

I’m not

You are not

You aren’t

He is not

He isn’t

She is not

She isn’t

It is not

It isn’t

We are not

We aren’t

You are not

You aren’t

They are not

They aren’t

(We are) in the same English class. Our teacher is Mr. Smith. He

(is not) from Texas.

(He is) from Louisiana. How about you?

(You are) new at your

school too, aren’t you?

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Are you good at Math?

Keep in mind

nine three

+

eight

fifteen

+

seven

=

one

ten four

+

nine

5

fifteen

eighteen

+

eight

=

eighteen

two

Read about John Smith. Then look at the table and complete the sentences.

a

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

zero one two three four five six seven eight nine ten

11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty

Hi, guys. My name’s John Smith. I’m a teacher at Grant International School.

What’s his name?

He’s an actor. Tobey Maguire

b What are their names?

They’re tennis players. Venus and Serena Williams

c What’s her name?

She’s an actress and a singer. Hillary Duff 14

Keep in mind Subject Pronouns

Possessives

I

my

you

your

he

his

she

her

it

its

we

our

they

their

Unit 1

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Fill in the blanks with this or that. Then circle the correct article. a

b

is an / a schoolbag. c

is an / a calculator. d

is an / a eraser.

is an / a book.

e

f

is a / an ruler.

is a / an notebook.

Work it out Use

Keep in mind

for a person / an object

near the speaker. Use

for a

person / an object far from the speaker.

a notebook

an eraser

a dog

an apple

a pencil

an indian

Grammar bank 1B, page 96

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READING

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Grant International School’s rules On the first day of school, teachers at Grant usually talk about classroom rules. They are important to create a nice atmosphere. Below you’ll find their list:

■ Don’t play electronic games during class. ■ Don’t eat in class. ■ Pay attention to your teacher’s explanations. ■ Be in the room when the bell rings. ■ Bring your supplies: pens, notebooks, books, pencils and planner. ■ Raise your hand to speak. ■ Don’t write or draw on your desks.

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1

Check (✓) the sentences which are correct according to the rules at Grant International School. a Students should raise hands to speak. b Students can’t eat in class. c It is OK to play electronic games during class. d It’s OK to be late for class. e Students can’t bring their books to the classroom.

2

Read the list of rules again and write the one which has information about: a Food

b Games

c School supplies

d When to be in the classroom

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Food for thought… “Rules are important to create a nice atmosphere.” Do you agree? Answer the questions about you. a Are you in class when the bell rings?

yes

no

b Can you eat in class?

yes

no

c Do you pay attention to your teacher‘s explanations?

yes

no

d Can you play electronic games during class?

yes

no

e Do you raise your hand to speak to your teacher?

yes

no

X School rules

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Recharge 1 Grammar 1

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Complete the questions. Use What, Where, How, How many or How old. Then match questions and answers. a

do you spell your last name?

There are 29.

b

’s his nationality?

They’re from Germany.

c

is she?

He’s Italian.

d

are your parents from?

D – R – O – G – H – E – T – I.

e

students are there in your class?

Twenty-two.

Substitute the words in italics for possessives. Follow the model. a Kevin’s locker is a mess! His locker is a mess. b This is not my backpack! It’s Anna’s backpack. c The students’ books are in the library. d The bird’s food is in the cage. e The girls’ favorite pastime is chatting online.

3

Look at the picture. Then complete the conversation with words from the box.

that    this    these those    my    your a    an

Mrs. Jones: Bob, is

your backpack here on my chair?

Bob: No, Mrs. Jones, it isn’t.

backpack is over there, under the desk.

Mrs. Jones: All right then. And what about Bob:

are

Science Magazines! They’re very interesting!

Mrs. Jones: And what’s Bob: It’s

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over there on

desk?

laptop.

Mrs. Jones: What’s Bob:

magazines here on my desk?

in

pocket?

? They’re earphones.

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VOCABULARY 1

Fill in the crossword.

Down

Across

1 Anna Kournikova is from Russia. She is

.

4 Nelson Mandela is from

2 Pierce Brosnan is from Ireland. He is

.

5 Felipe Massa is from

3 Britney Spears is from the US. She is

.

6 David Beckham is from

. He is South African. . He is Brazilian. . He is English.

2

1

3 4

5

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WRITING 1

Mr. Smith is writing a postcard to his students in New Orleans. Help him finish it. Grant International different multicultural school great

Hi, everyone! I’m having a

time at

Learning blog

School. countries. It is a

I have students from class!

the rules are just the same and questioning the nagers just like you: always

The students are tee rules!

I know how to: introduce myself and greet other people. ask and answer personal questions. use classroom language appropriately.

ails with them? How about exchanging e-m Love, Mr. Smith

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grammar bank 1 A

Subject Pronouns + Verb to Be Affirmative

B

C

Negative

Interrogative

Short answers

I’m / am Brazilian.

I’m / am not from São Paulo.

Am I Brazilian?

Yes, you are. No, you aren’t.

You’re / are late.

You’re not / aren’t late.

Are you late?

Yes, I am. No, I’m not.

He’s / is tired.

He’s not / isn’t tired.

Is he tired?

Yes, he is. No, he isn’t.

She’s / is happy.

She’s not / isn’t happy.

Is she happy?

Yes, she is. No, she isn’t.

It’s / is cold.

It’s not / isn’t cold.

Is it cold?

Yes, it is. No, it isn’t.

We’re / are teachers.

We’re not / aren’t teachers.

Are we teachers?

Yes, we are. No, we aren’t.

They’re / are twelve.

They’re not / aren’t twelve.

Are they twelve?

Yes, they are. No, they aren’t.

Demonstrative Pronouns Near the speaker

More distant from the speaker

Singular

this

that

Plural

these

those

Genitive Case That’s my brother’s bike. ➜ Singular noun + ’s Your friends’ idea is great. ➜ Plural noun + ’

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Fill in the sentences. Use Subject Pronouns and the verb to be. a

from Canada? Yes, I

b

.

from Toronto.

your phone number 555-1243? Yes,

. Peter and Will brothers?

c No, d

. They’re friends. eleven?

No, we e

ten years old.

.

your last name Sanders? No, it’s not. It’s Smith. Louise in France?

f Yes,

. She’s in Paris.

Write This is, That is, These are or Those are.

b

a

a

a school.

b

Science magazines.

c

a laptop.

e

d

my new CDs.

e

an iPod.

d

c

Make possessive forms by adding ’s or ’. Then use the possessives to complete the sentences. a This is my mother

house. This is

b Look at my students c That is Mr. Potter d Joe e Deborah f My friends

house.

homework. Look at favorite book. That is

classroom is number 2. bag is over there. teacher is nice.

homework. favorite book.

classroom is number 2. bag is over there. teacher is nice.

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WORKBOOK

1 Name 1

Class

Match the pictures with the words. a

b

pen uniform c

e

d

eraser ruler calculator notebook

f

2

Put my, your, his or her into the gaps. a This is my brother. b Hello.

name’s James.

name’s Tina.

c Hi! What’s

name?

d A: That is my Mom. B: What’s

name?

e This isn’t my pencil. Is this 3

pencil?

What is the correct order of the words? a name / Ann / My / is

d is / my / Alice / friend

b How / you / are / ?

e name / What’s / your / ?

c Todd / is / This

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Look at the objects Lizzie is pointing to. Then write the sentences she says. Use this or that and the appropriate article. a That

cell phone.

c

b

is

schoolbag.

is

eraser.

is

computer.

e

d

is

5

a

is

English book.

Put the sentences in the correct order to make dialogues. a

Hi, I’m David Lee. What’s your name? I’m a doctor, too! Nice to meet you, Linda. Nice to meet you, too. My name’s Linda Bayer. I’m a doctor.

b

Hi, Helen. Glad to meet you. Hello, Sara. How are you? Fine, thank you. This is my friend Helen, from New Zealand.

c

Hi, Mrs. Trevor. Where are you from? I’m from Portugal. And you? Good morning. I’m Mrs. Sylvia Trevor. I’m from Poland. Nice to meet you!

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GLOSSARY A

ballet (p 49) baseball (p 31)

actor (p 14)

basketball (p 10)

actress (p 14)

bathroom (p 69)

addict (p 60)

batter (p 93)

admission (p 42)

beautiful (p 27)

adult (p 42)

beautifully (p 78)

after (p 56)

bed (p 51)

afternoon (p 38)

bedroom (p 51)

all day long (p 56)

behave (p 46)

all right (p 34)

behavior (p 46)

always (p 35)

bell (p 16)

amazing (p 86)

between (p 41)

angry (p 67)

big (p 44)

appetite (p 67)

bike (p 28)

April (p 33)

birthday (p 38)

architect (p 49)

black (p 7)

arrive (p 86)

blog (p 86)

Art (p 37)

blue (p 7)

athlete (p 80)

boat (p 32)

atmosphere (p 16)

book (p 15)

August (p 37)

boring (p 25)

aunt (p 49)

boss (p 52)

avenue (p 42)

both (p 24)

awesome (p 24)

bread pudding (p 32) break (p 7) breakfast (p 65)

B

broken (p 69) bronze (p 80)

babysit (p 68)

brother (p 28)

bad (p 25)

brown (p 7)

bad at sports (p 89)

bubble gum (p 11)

bag (p 51)

bulletin board (p 48)

ball (p 69)

busy (p 62) Glossary

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