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GRAMMAR GAMES
ISBN 978-5-222-22594-3




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Levels: B =BEGINNER; E =ELEMENTARY; P =PRE-INTERMEDIATE;
I= INTERMEDIATE; U =UPPER-INTERMEDIATE; A= ADVANCED
Activity Grammar focus Level
Time
minutes
1. Balloon Tours Present Simple of to be B 15
2. The preposition TIC-TAC-TOE Prepositions of time and place B 15
3. Is it your answer? Present Simple B 15
4. Bingo! Numbers 1-100 B 10
5. Do you like Madonna? Object pronouns B 10
6. What can you do? Can for ability B 15
7. Were you at home? Past Simple of to be B 10
8.Aboutme Past Simple B 15
9. Past Simple Bingo Irregular verbs B 10
10. The date game Ordinal numbers B 10
11. What are your habits?
Present Simple I General
E 15
questions
12. Got you! Past Simple I Special questions E 30
13. Last month Past Simple I General questions E 15
14. Description Have got E 10
15. Unique me: believe it!
Be I can I do
E/I 15
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so I neither I too I either
16. I like washing up Like I love I hate + Ving E 10
17. I've got the oldest brother Superlatives E 10
18. Can you or can't you? Can E 10
19. What are you going to do at the Going to I would like to I would
E 15
weekend? prefer to
20. In 10 years I'll probably be married with Modals for possibility might I
E 10
10 children! will
21. I've been to Japan! Present Perfect E 15
22. Famous lives
Present Simple I Special
p
15
questions
23. The Millionaire's party Past Simple I Time phrases
p
15
24. Am I a good parent? Can I have to I should
p
10
25. My future plans
Going to I will I would like to I
p
20
would prefer to
26. I got a new car for Christmas Present Perfect I Past Simple
p
15
27. Robin Hood Used to
p
15
28. Neither am I
So do I/Me too I Me neither I
p
10
Neither do I
29. Ifl won a lot of money ... Conditionals I, II
p
15
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rules copies
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Atmw1i1cKasi rpaMMarnKa s 11rpax. 53 Grammar Games
Activity Grammar focus Level
Time Page Page
minutes rules copies
30. What will I do?
Will for unplanned, spontaneous
p
10 18 65--66
decision
1. Short answers Short answers I 10 18 6 --68
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32. The best party I've ever been to ... Superlatives I 30 19 69
33. How long have you had your car?
Present Perfect I Present Perfect
I 7 19 0
Continuous
34. Dominoes Passive I 15 19 71
35. Numbers Dates, % I 5 20 72
36. Give me advice Should I should have I 10 20 73
37. I won't be reading a book Future Continuous I 10 20 74
38. By this time next year Future Perfect I 10 21 75
39. It isn't cold, is it? Tag questions I 5 21 76
40. Why did you do that?
Past Perfect I Past Simple I Past
I 5 21 77
Perfect Continuous
41. Getting to know you All tenses I 15 22 78
42. Do you play tennis? A,11 tenses I 10 22 79
43. It's a fact! All tenses I Special questions I 15 22 80-81
44. Have you ever broken your leg?
Present Perfect I Predicate and
I 10 23 82
Subject Agreement
45. Countable or uncountable?
Uncountable and countable
u 5 23 83
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46. Who used to be your hero? Used to u 20 24 84
4 7. Who is the spy?
Present Perfect/ Present Perfect
u 15 24 85-86
Continuous
48. Infinitive dominoes Infinitives u 10 24 87
49. I wish I were rich I wish ... If only ... A 15 25 88-89
50. Have you ever had your hair cut? Constructions with have A 10 25 90
51. You were going to be a poet Was/ were going to A 15 25 91
52. Ask and tell All tenses A 20 26 92-94
53. Why were you doing that? Clauses using because A 10 26 95
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1. BALLOON TOURS
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fpaMMaTHKa: - Where is/are (name) from?
- What hotel is/are he/she/they in?
JleKCHKa: Countries: France, Scotland, the USA, Austria, Australia, Germany.
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2. mE PREPOSITION TIC-TAC-TOE
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MarepuaJib1: Ta6rr1111a c npe)J.rroraMH H Ha6op KapToqeK, KOHBepT, KapaH)J.aIII H rracTHK.
I)>aMMaTHKa: - My friend is on holiday.
- My parents are at work.
JleKCHKa: at night, Christmas, 2 o 'clock, midnight, work, home, the beach, school; on birthday, holiday, Monday,
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4. Xo)J. nepexo)J.HT K )J.pyroii KOMaH)J.e (HOJIHKOB).
5. KoMaH)J,bl HrpalOT )J,O Tex nop, IIOKa He 3aqepKHYT BepTHKaJibHbIB, ropH30HTaJibHblB JIH6o )J,HaroHaJibHbIB p.!!)J..
6. KoMaH)J,bl MOryT ttrpaTb B 3TY Hrpy HeCKOJibKO pa3, Ka:>K)J,bIB pa3 3acqHTbIBa.11 O)J,HO oqKo B IlOJib3Y BoIHrpaBrneH:
KOMaH)J,bI. B KOHQe Heo6XO)J,HMO IlO)J,CqHTaTb KOJiffqeCTBO oqKOB Ka:>K)J,OB KOMaH)J,01. y KaKOB KOMaH)J,bl 60JibIIIe oqKOB, Ta
Bomrparra.
3. IS IT YOUR ANSWER?
Ypoeeub: Beginners.
D;em. : 3Ta ttrpa no3BOJUieT npaKTHKOBaTD 06m11e BonpocOI B Present Simple H 06m11e BonpocOI c rnarorroM to be, a
TaK:>Ke KpaTKHe OTBeTbl K HHM.
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AHrm11l1cKCU1 rpaMMarnKa s Hrpax. 53 Grammar Games
BpeMH: 15 MHHyr.
ManpuaJILI: Ha6op KapTOqeK (o.n;HH Ha rpynrry yqamHxcjj).
l)>aMMaTHKa: -Are you from London?
- No, I'm not
- Do you often go to the gym?
-Yes, I do.
AJiropHTM urpbl:
l . Ilo,n:i'oTOBTe Ha6op KapTOqeK co CTPaHHU:hl 31 s HY)J(HOM KOJIHqecTBe ( o,n:HH Ha6op Ha rpyrrny OT .1IB)'X .:10 mecrn
qeJIOBeK).
2. Yqarn;MeCjj o,n:Hoii rpynrrhl .n:omKHhI pa3,n:eJIHTh KaPToqKH rroposey Me:JK.D:Y co6oi1. OcrnsIIIHeCjj KapTO'IKH ornmKHTh
B CTOpOtty.
3. Yqarn;HHCjj 6epeT mo6yro H3 CBOHX KapTOqeK, IIPH.IJ:YMbIBaeT sorrpoc,' KOTOpbIH IIO.IJ:XO.IJ:HT rro.n: OTBer Ha 3TOH
KaPToqKe, 3aTeM 3a,n:aeT ero .n:pyroMy yqacTHHKY rpynrrhl, He IIOK33hIBM CBOIO KapTOqey.
4. ECJIH yqarn;HffCjj OTBeqaeT Ha IIOCTaBJieHHhIH sorrpoc rrpaBHJlhHO, H KpaTKHH OTBeT cosrra.n:aeT c TO 3Ta
KapTOqKa OTKJia,n:1>1BaeTCjj B CTOpOtty. llrpOKH 3a,n:aIOT BOIIpOChl no oqepe,n:H.
5. KTO rrepBbIM H36aBHTCjj OT CBOHX KapTOqeK, TOTH rro6e,n:HTeJih.
4.BINGO!
Yposeub: Beginners.
IJ,eJib: 3Ta Hrpa HarrpasneHa Ha 3aKpeIIJieHMe qHCJIHTeJihHhIX OT l .n:o 100.
BpeMH: 10 MHH)'T.
ManpuaJibI: KOIIHH KapTOqeK Bingo (o,n:Ha Ha yqamerocjj) .IJ:Jijj HrpOKOB H se.n:ymero, KapaH,n:arn.
JleKCHKa: 'JUC!lUme.JlbHble om 1 iJo 100.
AJiropHTM urpbl:
1. Ilo.n;roTOBhTe KOIIHH KapTOqeK Bingo co CTpaHHU:hl 32 H p33.n;ai1Te O.D:tty KapTOqey .IJ:Jijj Ka:lK.n;oro HrpOKa. KaPTOqKa
Master Bingo Card ocrneTCjj .IJ:Jijj se.n:ymero.
2. Be.n:yrn;HH (:no MO:lKeT 61>1Th Kak )"IHTeJih, TaK H yqarn;HHCjj) Ha3hIBaeT n:mpp1>1 c Master Bingo Card s mo6oM
IIOpjj,n:Ke, rrpH 3TOM 3aqepKHBM 3TY n:mppy Ha CBOeH KapTOqKe.
3. llrpOKH, y KOTOphIX 3Ta n;mppa eCTh, 3aqepKHBaIOT ee Ha CBOeH
4. TOT HrpOK, y KOro rrepsoro 6y.n:yr Ha3BaHhl Bee U:H<j:>phl JIH60 no BePTHKaJIH, JIH60 ITO ropH30HTaJIH, .IJ:OJI)l(eH CKa3aTh
Bingo!. OH - rro6e,n:HTeJih. B cne.n:yromeii Mrpe OH MO:lKeT 61>1Th se.n:yrn;MM. IlpH Heo6xo.n;HMOCTH Ha3BaHH1>1e u;mpp1>1
MO:lKHO rrposepHTh no Master Bingo Card.
5. DO YOU LIKE MADONNA?
Yposeub: Beginners.
IJ,eJib: 3Ta Hrpa II03BOJijjeT 3aKpeIIHTh npHJiaraTeJihHhie B ofo,eKTHOM rra.n;e:lKe.
BpeMH: 10 MHttyT.
MaTepuaJibI : KOIIHH KapToqeK c BOIIpocaMH H OTBeTaMH.
l)>aMMaTHKa: - Do you like .. . ?
- Yes, she s okay/great. I love him/her/it.
JleKCHKa:jogging, cartoons, vegetables, dancing, singing.
AJiropHTM urpb1:
1. Ilo,n:roTOBhTe KapTOqKH c BOIIpocaMH H OTBeTaMH co CTpaHHU: 33-34 (0.IJ:HH Ha6op Ha rrapy HrpOKOB).
2. Yl:Jarn;MeCjj .IJ:OJI:lKHhl OT,n:eJihHO rrepeMeIIIaTh KapToqKH c sorrpocaMH H OTBeTaMH H pa3JI0)l(HTh HX rrepe.n: co6oi1
JIHIJ;OM BHH3.
3. IlepBhIH BrpOK 6epeT KapTOqey c BOIIpOCOM H mo6yro KapTOqey c OTBeTOM. EcJIH OTBeT IIO.D:XO.D:BT; TO HI'pOK
rosopHT Snap! H OCTaBJijjeT KapTOqKH ce6e. EcJIH OTBeT He IIO.D:XO,n:HT, TO BrpOK KJia,n:eT KapToqKH Ha npe:lKHee MeCTO.
Yqarn;HHCjj, KOTOphIH co6pan 6on1>rnee KOJIHqecTBo KapTOqeK, cq0TaeTCjj rro6e,n:HTeJieM.
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The Games: The Rules I 11rpbt: npaawia
6. WHAT CAN YOU DO?
YpoeeuL: Beginners .
.QeJIL: :na Hrpa no3BOJHieT 3ar<penHTb MO,D:aJibHbIH rnarorr can B noJIO)KHTeJibHbIX, OTpHI}aTeJibHbIX H BOnpOCHTeJibHbIX
npe,D:JIO)KeHIDIX.
BpeMH: 15 MHHyr.
MaTepHaJILt: KonHH pa6oqeil: CTpaHHIIbI Find someone who ... H porreBhie KapTOqKH.
I'paMMaTHKa: - Can you ... ?
- Yes, I can. I No, I can t
JleKCHKa: to cook, dolphins, violin, to lift, waltz, a producer, a vet.
AJiropHTM Hrphl:
1. C,D:errail:Te KOnHIO pa6oqeil: CTpaHHIJbI ,D:.illl Ka)K.ll:Oro yqalllerocH co CTpaHHIJbI 35 H no,D:roTOBbTe porreBbie KaPToqKH
(o,D:Ha Ha HrpOKa) co CTpaHHIJbI 36.
2. YqallIHeCH .D:OJI)KHbI npoqHTaTb BHHMaTeJihHO csoH porreBbie KapTOqKH. EcrrH rpynnhI MeHhIIIe 10 qerroseK,
pa3,I(aHTe xopOIIIO ycneBaIOillHM yqaillHMCH no ,D:Be KapTOqKH.
3. 3a,D:aqa HrpOKOB: HaHTH JIIO,D:eil:, KOTOpbie OTBeTHT nOJIO)KHTeJibHO Ha Ka)K.ll:blH nyHKT pa6oqeil: CTpaHHIIhl Find
someone who ... .
4. YqallIHecH .D:OJI)KHbI 3a,D:aBaTh o6Il1He aonpocbI c rnarorroM can. KaK TOJibKO HrpoK Haxo,D:HT qerroaeKa, KOTOpbIH
nOJIO)KHTeJibHO OTBeqaeT, OH BnHCbIBaeT ero HMH B npaBbIH CTOJI6HK.
5. YqallIHeCH TaK )Ke MOryT npaKTHKOBaTb BonpOCbI: What's your name? Where are you from? What's your job?
7. WERE YOU AT HOME YESllRDAY?
YpoeeuL: Beginners .
.QeJIL: :na Hrpa HanpasrreHa Ha 3aKpenrreHHe o6Il1HX sonpocos c rnarorroM to be B Past Simple.
BpeMH: 10 MHHyr.
MaTepHaJihl: KonHH pa6oqeil: CTpaHHIJbI.
I'paMMaTHKa: - Were you ... ? Was (tennis) ... ?
- Yes, I was. No, J wasn l. I Yes, it was. No, it wasn l.
JleKCHKa: favourite, primary school, last, great-grandfather, best.
AJiropHTM Hrphl:
1. C,D:errail:Te KOnHH pa6oqeil: cTpaHHIJbI (o.D:Ha Ha yqaillerocH) co CTpaHHIJbI 37.
2. YqallIHeCH pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJibHO, BllHCbIBaIOT KOpOTKHe OTBeTbl (crrOBO, cPPa3Y) Ha BOnpOCbl B JII06oil:
KBa,D:paT (He no nopMey!).
3. 3aTeM HrpOKH pa6oTaIOT B napax, MeHHIOTCH pa6oqHMH CTpaHHIJaMH.
4. 3a,D:aqa HrpOKOB: HaHTH OTBeT Ha Ka)K.ll:blH Bonpoc. YqallIHeCH 3a,D:aIOT .D:pyr .D:pyry BOnpOCbl.
5. EcrrH HrpoK yra,D:a.rr oTBeT, TO OH 3aqepKHsaeT KBa,D:paT c OTBeTOM. Ecmr HrpoK He yra.D:a.rr, TO npo,D:OJI)KaeT no,D:6HpaTb
OTBeT. ToT yqaillHHCH, KTO nepBbIM 3aqepKHeT Bee KBa,D:paTbl, cqHTaeTCH no6e,D:HTeJieM.
8.ABOUTME
YpoeeuL: Beginners .
.QeJIL: :na Hrpa 3aKpenmreT Past Simple B yTBep.D:HTeJihHbIX npe.D:JIO)KeHHHX.
BpeMu: 15 MHHyT.
MaTepHaJILt: KCepoKonHH pa6oqeil: cTpaHHIIbI.
I'paMMaTHKa: - I think, you started ....
- No, that's wrong. I Yes, that's right.
JleKCHKa: to visit, to invite, to get married.
AJiropHTM Hrphl:
1. C,D:errail:Te KOnHH pa6oqeil: cTpaHHIJbI ( O.D:Ha Ha yqaillerocH) co cTpaHHIIbI 38.
2. YqallIHecH pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJibHO, snHCbIBaIOT KopoTKHe OTBeTbI ( crroso, crrosocoqeTaHHe, IIHcPPY) Ha
BonpOCbl B JII06oil: Kpyr (He no nopH):(ey!).
3. 3aTeM HrpOKH pa6oTaIOT B napax, MeHHIOTCH pa6oqHMH CTpaHHIIaMH.
3. 3aK. 10
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AHrm11l1cKasi rpaMMarnKa s Mrpax. 53 Grammar Games
'*- 3cma'fa HrpOKOB: yra)J,aTb OTBeT Ha Ka)l()J,blll BOIIpoc. Yqa11111ecH )J,eJialOT 11pe,!1,1IOJIO)l(eHIDI B yraep.:mreJIDHOH
e. o6pamaH BHI!MaHI!e Ha BTOpyIO <lJOPMY rnaroJia.
5. EcJm: IIpe)J,IIOJIO)l(eHI!e 0Ka3bIBaeTCH sepHDIM, TO 11rpoK 3a"lepKI!BaeT Kpyr c OTBeTOM. Ecm1 HrpOK He -'ra,!laJI, TO
DpO,!IOIDKaeT IICKaTb OTBeT. TOT yqa11111licH, KTO 11epBbIM 3aqepKHeT see Kpyr11, CTaHOBIITCH 1106e,!1,I1TeJie'\L
6. B KOHIIe 11rpDI yqa11111ecH ,!1,0JI)l(HbI paccKa3aTI> rpy1111e o Ha116orree HHTepecHI>IX yTBep)l()J,eHlliIX., mropDie OHH
YCJIDIIIIaJIII.
9.PASTSI!tfPLEBINGO
Yposeuh: Beginners.
U:eJIL: :na 11rpa 3aKpe11rrHeT BTopyIO <lJopMy IIpaBHJibHDIX 11 HeIIpaBHJibHbIX rnarorros.
BpeMH: 10 MHttyT.
MaTepuam.1: KCepOKOIIIIII KapTOqeK Bingo (o,!!,Ha Ha yqa111erocH) ,!l,JIH HrpOKOB H Be,!1,y111ero, Kapaaam.
JleKCHKa: He11paBHJihHDie rnarorroI: to be, to become, to get, to go, to have, to leave, to make, to meet, to sell, to write.
AJiropuTM urphl:
1. C,!!,eJiattTe KOIIHH KapToqeK Bingo co CTpaHHllbl 39 H pa3,!!,attTe 0,!1,HY KapTOqey )J,JIH Ka)l()J,oro HIJXHGl. KapTOqKa
Master Bingo Card ocrneTCH ,!!,ITH Be,!l,yI11ero.
2. Be,!l,yillHH (:no MO)l(eT 6DITb KaK yqHTerrI>, TaK H yqa111HttcH) Ha3bIBaeT rnarorror s HH$HHIITHBe c 1\faster Bingo
Card s JII06oM 11opH,!1,Ke, 11pH 3TOM 3aqepKHBaH 3TOT rnarorr Ha csoeH. KapToqKe.
3. HrpoKH, y KOTOpbIX 3TOT rnaroJI eCTb, HO BO BTOpoH. <lJopMe, 3aqepKI1sa10T ero Ha csoeli KapTO"IKe.
4. ToT HrpoK, y Koro nepsoro 6YJlYT Ha3BaHI>I see rnarorror JIH6o no sepTHKarrH, JIH6o no ropmoHTaJm:, JlOJI)l(eH
CKa3aTb Bingo!. OH - no6e,!1,HTerrI>. B crre,!1,y10111eH. Hrpe OH MO)l(eT 6oITb Be,!1,YillHM. IlpH Heo6xo,!l,HMOCTH Ha3BaHHI>re
rnaroJibI MO)l(HO IIpOBepHTb 110 Master Bingo Card.
10. THE DATE GA!tfE
YposeuL: Beginners.
U:eJib: 3Ta Hrpa 1103BOJIHeT 3aKpenHTb IIOpH,!!,KOBbie qHCJIIITeJihHble.
BpeMH: 10 MHHYT.
MaTepuaJihl: KOnHH I!rpOBbIX NapToqeK (Ha6op Ha TpoH.ey HrpOKOB).
I)>aMMaTUKa: IIOpH,!!,KOBble qHCJIHTeJibHble.
JleKCHKa: MeCHllbl, r0,!1,bI.
AJiropuTM urpL1:
1. Ilo,!!,roToBI>Te KapToqKif GAME 1 H GAME 2 co CTPaHHIIDI 40. Pa36ell.Te rpy1111y Ha TpottKH. Pa3,!1,aliTe KaPToqKif
yqa111HMCH A, B H C. IlpH Heo6xo,!l,HMOCTH o6oe,!l,HHHTe ,!l,Byx HrpOKOB JlJIH O,!l,HOH KapToqKH.
2. HrpoKH ,!l,OJI)l(HbI crryrnaTb Te ,!l,aTI>I H ro,!1,I>I, KOTOpDie Ha3I>IBaJbT ero napTHepor, H HaX0,!1,HTh HX s KOJIOHKe HEAR
Ha CBOett KaPTOqKe. KaK TOJibKO )J,aTa HJIH ro)J, 6oIJIH Ha3BaHbI H OHH eCTb Ha KaPTOqKe HrpOKa, TO HrpOK ,!1,0JI)l(eH Ha3BaTb
,!l,azy HJIII ro)J, Ha 3TOH )Ke CTPOqKe c KOJIOHKH SAY.
3. Yqa111HttCH, y KOToporo ecTb crroso START, HaqHHaeT. Yqa111HttCH, y KOToporo ecTI> crroso FINISH, 3aKaHqHsaeT.
Ilo )l(eJiaHHIO HrpOKH MOryT BbiqepKHBaTb Te )J,aTbl H ro)J,a, KOTOpnre 6oIJIH Ha3BaHbI.
11. WHAT ARE YOUR HABITS?
YposeuL: Elementary.
U:eJIL: 3Ta Hrpa II03BOITHeT 3aKpe11HTh 0611111e so11pocDI s Present Simple.
BpeMH: 15 MHHyT.
MaTepuaJihl: KOIIHH pa6oqHx cTpaHHII AH B.
rpaMMaTHKa: - Do you ... ?
- Yes I No, always, usually, often, sometimes, hardly ever, never
JleKCHKa: cycling, abroad, grilled vegetables, nervous, to walk, meat, swimming pool.
AJiropHTM urpbi:
1. C,!1,errall.Te KOIIHH pa6oqHx cTpaHHII: ,!!,ITH yqa111erocH A co cTpaHHIII>I 41, JlJIH yqa111erocH B co cTpaHHllDI 42 s
HJ)l(HOM KOJIHqecTBe.
2. Pa3,!1,eJIHTe rpy1111y Ha 11apo1. Pa3,!l,attTe pa6oqHe cTpaH111101A11 B Ka)l()J,oii nape.
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The Games: The Rules/ Vlrpb1: npaeltUla
3. Yqar:u;ttll:cH A ):(OJDKeH oTBeqaTh Ha soIIpOChI yqar:u;erocx B KpaTKHMH oTseTaMH. Yqar:u;ttll:cx B il:OJDKeH CTaBHTh
OTMeTKY s COOTBeTCTsyror:u;eM KBa):(paTe csoell: Ta6JIHQhl.
4. YcTaHosttTe speMH - 15 MHH)'T. Yqar:u;ttecx il:OJDKHhI IIpeKpaTHTh 3MaBaTh soIIpoch1, ):(a)J(e ecJIH OHH 3a :no speMH
He 3aKOMHJIH.
5. Yqar:u;HeCH ):(0JI)J(Hhl IIOMeHHThCH IIapaMH H pacCKa3aTh 0 IIOnyqeHHOH HH<l>opMaQHH il:PyrOM)' IIapTHepy.
12. GOTYOU!
Ypoeeub: Elementary.
ll,eJib: :na ttrpa II03SOIDleT 3aKpeIIHTh cIIe1JHaJihHh1e soIIpochI s Past Simple, a Tal()J(e 3aKpeIIHTh sTopyro cpopM)'
HeIIpaSHJihHhIX rnaroJIOS.
BpeMB: 30 MHHYT.
MaTepHaJibI: KOIIHH pa6oqell: CTPaHHQhI yqar:u;erocx AH B, a Tal()J(e 2 ey6HKa Ha IIapy. (EcrrH y sac HeT
):(OCTaToqHoro KOJIHqecTBa ey6HKOS, TO yqar:u;ttecS! ):(OJDKHhl 6pocaTh ey6HK 2 pa3a.)
f'paMMaTHKa: - Who did you ... ?
- Where did you ... ?
- How many times ... ?
HeIIpasHJihHbie rnaroJihI: to have, to eat, to go, to read, to meet, to leave, to buy, to drink, to cut, to get, to give, to see,
to do.
JleKCHKa: to go abroad, to quarrel, to celebrate, to arrive, clothes.
AJiropHTM urpbI:
1. C):(errall:Te KOIIHH pa6oqell: CTpaHHU:hI yqar:u;ttx.cx AH B co cTpaHHU: 43-44 s KOJIHqecTBe (1 cTpaHttn:a
Ha IIapy).
2. IIowoTOShTe yqar:u;HXCH K 3a):(aHHIO eyTeM nocrnnosKH cIIeIJHaJihHOro soIIpoca B Past Simple, o6par:u;ax SHHMaHHe
Ha cpopMy rnarorra s oTBernx.
3. Pa3):(errttTe rpynny Ha IIaphL Pa3):(all:Te pa6oq0e cTpaHHIJhI H 2 ey60Ka IIape.
4. Hrpy Haq0HaeT yqar:u;HttCH B, 6pocaH ey6HK (rrtt6o ey6HKH) H CYMMttpyx KOJIHqecTso shlnasIIIHX KOCTell:. 3aTeM
yqar:u;Hll:cx A 3a):(aeT sonpoc IIOil: IIorryqeHHhIM HOMepoM. HaIIpHMep, ecrrH Ha Ky6HKax ShIIIaJIH n:H<l>ph1 4 H 6, TO yqar:u;ttll:cH
A OTBeqaeT Ha sonpoc IIO):( HOMepoM 10. 'EcrrH yqar:u;HHCH A OTBeqaeT IIpasHJlhHO, TO OH ((JIOIIaeT>> S03iJ:YIIIHhIH wap IIO):(
HOMepoM 10 Ha csoeM IlOJie. A ecrrH OTBeqaeT HenpasHJihHO, TO sonpoc OCTaeTCH aKTHSHhlM H O)J(H):(aeT csoeH: oqepe):(H.
TaKHM o6pa3oM, yqaw,HMCH IIpe):(ocrnsIDieTCH so3MO)J(HOCTh ):(JIH caMOKOHTpOIDI.
5. Yqar:u;ttecH IIpOiJ:OJJ)J(aJOT 3U):(asaTh APYr !l:pyry sonpochl; TOT yqaw,ttH:cx, y KOToporo IIepsoro JIOIIH)'T see 11Iapb1,
cqHTaeTCH II06eLJ;HTCJieM.
13. LAST MONTH
Ypoeeub: Elementary.
ll,eJib: 3Ta ttrpa II03BOJIHeT 3aKpenHTh o6r:u;He BOIIpochr s Past Simple.
BpeMB: 15 MHHyT.
MaTepuaJibI: KOIIHR ponesbIX KaPToqeK (o!l:Ha Ha yqar:u;erocx).
f'paMMaTHKa: - Did you ... last month?
- - Yes, I did. I No, I didn't.
JleKCHKa: to queue, magazines, lottery, to win, to swim.
AJiropHTM urpbl:
1. IIoworosbTe ponesh1e KaprotJKH HrpOKa co CTPaHHQhI 45. YtJar:u;HxcH MO)J(HO o6'be):(HHHTh s rpynIIhI
no 4-6 tJeJioseK.
2 . .ll:aH:Te speMH LJ:IDI HrpOKOS 03HaKOMHThCR co csoeH: KapTO'IKOH. .
3. 3a):(aqa HrpOKOS: HaHTH Tex yqar:u;HXCR, KOTOpbie TO )J(e caMoe, 'ITO H caM HrpOK, HO s npeLJ;hILJ:YIIJ;HX Hrpax.
4. HrpoKH 3a):(aJOT soIIpOChI APYr !l:pyry, ttcnorrh3YH HmpopMaIJHIO co csoell: KapTO'IKH. YtJaw,ttH:cH 3a):(aeT BOIIpoc s
rpynne il:O Tex IIOp, noKa He Hatt):(eT no):(Xo):(Hr:u;ero tJenoseKa.
5. KaK TOJihKO TIOiJ:XO):(Rr:u;HH tJenoseK Ha11Ierrcx, HrpOKH 3aIIHChIBaIOT ero HMH.
6. fpynIIa, KOTOpaH HaH):(eT nepsoll: scex yqar:u;HXCH, ClJHTaeTCSI no6e):(HTeJieM.
3'
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Atff11111iltcKM rpaMMarnKa s 111rpax. 53 Grammar Games
14. DESCRIPTION
YpoeenL: Elementary. .
Il;eJIL: 3Ta Hrpa II03BOIDleT orpa60TaTh crpyicrypy have got B CIIeu;mUILHbIX BOIIpOCax.
BpeMH: 10 MHttyT.
MaTepHaJILI: KOIIIDI KapTOqeK (0,!1,HH Ha6op Ha rpYIIIIY).
I)>aMMaTHKa: - What colour ... have/has ... got?
- What kind of ... have/has ... got?
- How many ... have/has ... hot?
JleKCHKa: pockets, pet, laptop, jacket, cousins .
.AJiropHTM urpLI:
1. Ilo)J,roTOBLTe KaproqKH co crpaHHU:hl 46 )J,IDI Ka)J()J,OH rpyIIIIhl H3 3-4 qenoBeK.
2. Pa3,!1,aHTe Ka)J()J,OH rpYIIIIe Ha6op KaproqeK H IIOIIpOCHTe HrpOKOB pa3Jl0)KHTb HX Ha CTOJle IIepe.n: co6oii.
3. YqamH:ecH )J,OJJ)l(Hhl oIIpe,!1,enHTh Be)J.ymero B Ka)J()J,oii rpYIIIIe.
4. 3a.n:aqa HrpOKOB: COCTaBHTb KaK MO)l(HO 60Jlbllie BOIIpOCOB H3 KaproqeK, IIpH:qeM Ka)J()J,ylO KapTOqKY MO)l(HO
HCIIOJlb30BaTb 6onee 0)1,HOro pa3a.
5. Mo)l(HO orpaHHqHTL BpeWI 5-10 MHttyraMH.
6. B KOHU:e HrpOKH 3a)J,aIOT CBOH BOIIpOChl HrpOKaM H3 ,!1,pyrnx rpYIIII.
15. UNIQUE ME: BELIEVE IT!
YpoeeuL: Elementary (cards 1) I Intermediate (cards 2).
D;eJIL: :na Hrpa HaIIpaBJJeHa Ha 3aKpeIIneHHe BCIIOMoraTenLHLIX rnaronoB to be, can, to do, a TaK)l(e TaKHX 3neMeHTOB,
KaK too, either, so, neither.
BpeMH: 15 MHttyT.
MaTepuaJILI: KcepoKOIIIDI KapToqeK (o,!1,HH Ha6op Ha rpYIIIIy).
I)>aMMaTHKa: - I just love Brat Pitt.
- Well, I don i. I I do too.I So do I.
- I really can i read music.
- I can i either. I Neither can I.
JleKCHKa: too, either, so, neither.
AJiropHTM urpL1:
1. Ilo)J,roTOBbTe Ha6op KaproqeK co crpaHHU: 47-48 (0,!1,HH Ha rpyIIIIY H3 2-4 qenoBeK).
2. MrpoKH .n:emn KapToqKH IIopoBHy.
3. ToT HrpoK, KOTOPOMY noIIana KaproqKa I just love ... , HaqH:HaeT Hrpy. Ero 3a.n:aqa: IIpH)J.yMaTL yHHKaJJLHoe
IIpaB)J,HBOe IIpe)J,JlO)l(eHHe 0 ce6e, qTo6hl HHKTO H3 rpYTIIIhl He Mor IIO)J,TBep,!1,HTb ero.
4. Bee HrpOKH OTBeqaIOT Ha 3TO npe)J,JlO)l(eHHe, cornaIIJMCL HJlH )l(e OIIpOBeprM ero.
5. EcJIH He IIp03Byqano HH 0)1,HOro OTBeTa co CJIOBaMH too, either, so, neither, TO yqamHHCH 3a6HpaeT 3Ty KapTOqKY
ce6e. B npoTHBHOM cnyqae KaproqKa KJJa,!1,eTCH B u:eHrp cTOna.
6. MrpoK, y KOToporo 6oJILIIJe BCero KapToqeK B KOHU:e Hrpbl, cqHTaeTCH no6e)J,HTeneM.
16. I LIKE WASHING UP
YpoeeuL: Elementary.
Il;eJIL: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKpeIIIDleT o6mH:e Bonpoc1>1 B Present Simple, a TaK)l(e noMoracr orpa60TaTL like I love I hate + Ving.
BpeMH: 10 MHttyT.
MaTepuaJILI: KcepoKonIDI pa6oqeii crpaHHU:LI.
I)>aMMaTHKa: - Do you like ... ?
- Yes, I do. I Yes, I love it. I No, I don't. I No, I hate it.
JleKCHKa: washing up, morning exerCise, tasty .
.AJiropHTM urpLI!
1. C,!1,enaiiTe KOIIHH pa6oqeif crpaHHU:bl B ~ O M KOJIHqecTBe co crpaHHU:hl 49 (1 CTpaHHU:a Ha HrpOKa).
2. Pa3,!1,aiiTe KcepoKOIIHH HrpoKaM.
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The Games: The Rules I Hrpbt: npasWta
3. 3a.LJ.aqa yqauu1xcx: nyreM nocTaHOBKH aonpoca Do you like ... (washing up) Haihu no O.LJ.HOM)' urpoK)' H3 rpymn>I,
KOTopoMy HpaBHTCH u KOTOPOMY He HpaaITTcx BhIIIOJIHHTh .LJ.aHHoe .LJ.elicTaue.
4. lfrpOK 3aIIHChIBaeT HMCHa O.LJ.HOrpynIIHHKOB B COOTBCTCTBYIOuzyIO KOJIOHK)' Ta6JIHU:hl.
5. Yqamuecx .ll.OJI:lKHhl 3anucaTh IIO B03MO:lKHOCTH 60JihUiee KOJIH'ICCTBO HMCH.
6. Ilo OKOH'laHHH onpoca HrpOKH pa6oTaIOT B napax H nepe,!l;aIOT .r:1pyr .LJ.Pyry umpopMan:mo, KOTOpyIO OHH o6HapY:lKHJIH.
17. I'VE GOT THE OLDEST BROTHER
YpoBeub: Elementary.
Il;e.Jib: :na urpa II03BOJIHCT 3aKpeIIHTh IIpHJiaraTCJihHhIC B npeBOCXO.ll.HOH CTCIICHH.
BpeMH: 10 MHHYf.
MaTepuaJIL1: KOIIHH KaproqeK (o.LJ.Ha KaproqKa Ha qeJioBeKa).
I'paMMaTHKa: npeaocxo.LJ.HaH cTeneHh npHJiaraTeJihHhIX the latest, the most, the least, the earliest, the cheapest.
JleKCHKa: joke, shoes.
A.rirnpHTM urpLI:
1. Ilo.LJ.roTOBhTe Kapro'IKH co cTpaHHU:hI 50 .LJ.JIH Ka)l(.LJ.oro yqamerocx, npu HaJIH'IHH 6oJiee 12 qenoaeK KapTO'IKH
MO:lKHO npo.zzy6nupoaaTh.
2. Pa3.LJ.aii:Te KapTO'IKH (O.ll.HY Ha nrpoKa).
3. 3a.LJ.aqa Ka)l(.LJ.Oro urpoKa: HaHTH 'ICJIOBeKa H3 rpynIIhl, KOTOphIH IIO,!l;XO,!l;HT Mx Ka)l(.LJ.OH KaprO'IKH.
4. lfrpoKH .LJ.OJI:lKHhl npaBHJihHO ccpopMynupoaaTh BOIIpOChI, KOTOphIC OHH 6y.LJ.yr 3a.LJ.aBaTh. Ilo HCKOTOpbIM KapTO'IKaM
cJie.LJ.yeT 3a.LJ.aBaTh .LJ.Ba aonpoca (HanpHMep, no nepaoii: KaprO'IKe): Have you got any brothers? How old are they?
5. y qamuecx 3a.LJ.aIOT BOIIpOChl BCCM yqaCTHHKaM HrphI, 3aTeM cpaBHHBaIOT HX OTBCThl H BIIHCbIBaIOT HMH IlO,!l;XO.LJ.Hmero
qeJIOBeKa B KaprO'IK)'.
18. CAN YOU OR CAN'T YOU?
YpoBeub: Elementary.
Il;e.Jib: :na urpa II03BOJIHCT 3aKpenHTh MO.LJ.aJihHhIB rnaroJI can B aonpocax H KOpOTKHX OTBeTax.
BpeMH: 10 MHffYT.
MaTepuaJILI: KOIIHH pa6oqux crpaHHU: Au B
I'paMMaTnKa: - Can you ... ? I Can't you ... ?
- Yes, I can. I No, I can i.
JleKCHKa: to whistle, to ride, to bake, to skate, waltz, guitar, violin, frogs.
A.rirnpHTM urpL1:
1. C.LJ.eJiaii:Te Konnn pa6oqeii: cTpaHHU:hI .LJ.JIH yqamuxcx A u B co crpaHHQhI 51 B HY:lKHOM KonuqecTBe ( 1 crpaHun:a Ha
napy) H pa3.LJ.aii:Te HX HrpOKaM.
2. Yqamuecx pa6oTaIOT B napax, IIO B03MO:lKHOCTH c TCMH O.LJ.HOrpynnHHKaMH, KOTOphIX OHH IIJIOXO 3HaIOT.
3. lfrpOK 3ailHChIBaeT HMH caoero napTHepa B COOTBCTCTBYIDID:CM MCCTe Ha caoeii: pa6oqeii: CTpaHnn:e.
4. Yqamuecx pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTCJihHO H yra.LJ.bIBaIOT, qTo HX napTHep MO:lKCT .r:1enaT1>, a 'ITO He MO:lKCT (no.r:1qepKHBaIOT
KapaH.LJ.aUiaMH can HJIH can't Ha CBOHX pa60'IHX CTpaHnn:ax). Ha 3TOM nane HrpOKaM 3anpemaeTCH 3a)J;aBaTh BOIIpOChl
.LJ.Pyr .LJ.pyry.
5. Ilocne roro, KaK HrpOKH cnpaBHJIHCh c 3THM 3a.LJ.aHHCM, OHH 3a.LJ.aIOT .LJ.pyr .ll.Pyry BOIIpOChl IIO oqepe,!l;H. Ecnn
yqamuecx yra.LJ.anH, TO OHH CTaBHT IlJIIOC B COOTBCTCTByromeii: KOJIOHKe, CCJIH He yra)J;aJIH, TO OHH CTaBHT MHttyC.
6. B nape TOT no6e,!J;HTCJih, y KOro 60JihUiee KOJiuqecTBO IIJIIOCOB.
7. B KaqecTBe .LJ.OIIOJIHHTCJihHOro 3a.LJ.aHIDI yqamnecx pa6oTaIOT c HOBhIM napTHepoM H paCCKa31>1BaIOT CM)' 0 TOJihKO
'ITO IIOJI)"ICHHOH HHcpOpMaQHH.
19. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO AT THE WEEKEND?
YpoBeHb: Elementary.
D;eJib: 3Ta nrpa HanpaaJieHa Ha 3aKpenJieHne CTPYKTYP going to, would like to, would prefer to B aonpocax u KOpOTKHX
OTBCTax.
BpeMH: 15 MnHyT.
MaTepHaJILI : KcepoKOIIHH pa6oqeii: CTpaHHU:hI.
4. 3aK. JO
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AHr1n1iilcKas1 rpaMMarnKa B 111rpax. 53 Grammar Games
rpaMMaTBKa: -Are you going ... ? I Would you like ... ? I Would you prefer ... ?
- Yes, I'm .. . I No, I'm not. I Yes, I would I No, I wouldn i.
JleKCBKa: to sunbathe, to date, soon, tasty.
A.JiropnTM urphl:
1. C,ll,enaihe KOTIHH pa6oqei{ CT}JaHH:QhI B H)l)KHOM KOJinqecTBe co CT}JaHH:Qhl 52 (1 CTpaHH:Qa Ha HrpOKa) .
2. Pa.3,ll,aiiTe KcepoKOTIHH HrpoKaM.
3. 3a,ll,aqa yqaIQHxcg: TiyTeM TIOCTaHOBKH o6I:Qero BOIIpOCa HaHTH TIO O,ll,HOMY HrpOKY H3 rpYIITihl , KOTOphle OTBeTHT
Ha Hero TIOJIO)f(HTeJihHO.
4. KaK TOJihKO HrpOK HaXO,ll,HT TaKoro qeJIOBeKa, OH 3aTIHCbIBaeT ero HMj{ B COOTBeTCTBYI-OIQYIO KOJIO!Th. ')' Ta6JIH:Qhl H
3a,ll,aeT eI:Qe O,ll,HH JII-06oii ,ll,OnOJIHHTeJihHhlH BOTipoc no TeMe.
5. YqaIQHecg .ll.OJI)f(HhI 3anHcaT1> TIO B03MO)f(HOCTH 60JI1>Uiee KonnqecTBO HMeH.
6. Ilo OKOHqaHHH OTipoca HrpOKH pa60Tal-OT B napax H coo6I:QaIOT ,ll,pyr ,ll,pyry HH<pOpMa:QHI-O, KOTOPYJO OHH

20. IN 20 YEARS I'LL PROBABLY
YpoueuL: Elementary.
U:eJIL: :na nrpa n03B0JigeT 3aKpeTIHTh MO,ll,aJihHhle rnaroJihI BepogTHOCTH might, will B BOnpocax H KOpOTKHX OTBeTax.
BpeMH: 10 MHHyT.
MaTepuaJIM: KOnJ1j! pa6oqeii CT}JaHH:QhI.
rpaMM3TBKa: - I will I will probably I might I might not I probably won i I won i
- Me too I So will I I Neither will I
JleKCBKa: to live abroad, a detached house.
AJiropnTM erpbl: .
1. C,ll,enaiiTe KOTIHH pa6oqei{ CT}JaHH:Qhl B KOJIHqecTBe co CTpaHH:QhI 53 (l CT}JaHH:Qa Ha HrpoKa).
2. Pa3,ll,aiiTe KcepoKonHH 11rpoKaM.
3. YqaIQ11ecg pa6ornroi caMocTogTen1>HO 11 3aTIOJIHj!J-OT npe,ll,JIO)f(eHJ1g-IIpe.ll.TIOJIO)l(eH11g npo ce6g TaKHM o6pa3oM,
qrn61>1 OHH 61>IJIH npaB,ll,HBhIMH.
4. 3aTeM HrpOK 3aqHTbIBaeT CBOH ri:pe,ll,JlO)f(eHJ1j! .ll.PYrHM HrpOKaM.
5. KaK TOJihKO HrpOK HaXO,ll,HT qeJIOBeKa, c KOTOphlM y Hero COBna,ll,aIOT npe,ll,TIOJIO)f(eHJ1g, OH 3an11c1>rnaeT ero J1Mj! B
COOTBeTCTBYI-OIQYI-0 KOJIOHKY.
6. YqaIQ11ecg .ll.OJI)f(Hhl 3an11caT1> TIO B03MO)l(HOCTH 6on1>Uiee Kon11qecTBO HMeH.
21. I'VE BEEN TO JAPAN
YpoueuL: Elementary.
U:eJIL: :na 11rpa HaIIpaBJieHa Ha 3aKpenneHHe Present Perfect B BOIIpocax H yTBep)l(,ll,eHJ1j!X.
BpeMH: 15 MHHyT.
MaTepeaJILI: i<cepoKOTIJ1g pa6oqeii CT}JaHH:QhI.
I)>aMMaTeKa: - Why have you written ... ?
- I've written ... because I have (been) ....
.JleKCHKa: relative, expensive.
A.JiropeTM urpLi:
1. C,ll,eJiaiiTe KOnHH pa6oqeii CTpaHH:Qhl (O.ll.Ha Ha yqaI:Qerocg) co CT}JaHH:Qhl 54.
2. YqaIQHecg pa60TaIOT caMOCTOj{TeJlhHO, BTIHChIBaIOT KOpOTKHe OTBeTbI (cJIOBO, <l>Pa3Y) Ha BOTipOChl B mo6oii
KBa,ll,paT (He no rIOPMKY!)
3. 3aTeM HrpOKH pa6oTaI-OT B Tiapax, OHH Meffj!J-OTCj{ pa60qJ1MJ1 CTpaHH:QaMH H 3a,ll,aIOT ,ll,pyr ,ll,pyry BOIIpOChI, Haq11Hag
Ka)l(,ll,hIH BOTipOC co CJIOB Why have you written ... ?
4. lirpoK, KOTOpoMy 3a,ll,aJIH BOTipoc, ,ll,OJI)l(eH o6ucHHTh, noqeMY OH HanHCaJI :no CJIOBO HJIH <l>pa3y, H o6g3aTeJlbHO
,ll,06aBHTh JII06YJO ,ll,OnOJlHHTellhHYJO HH<l>opMaQHI-0 no TeMe.
5. B KOH:Qe Hrphl yqaIQHecg pa60TaIOT B rpyTine H pacCKa.3bIBaIOT 0 caMOH HHTepecHOH HH<l>OpMau;m1, KOTOpy10 OHH
BOCTipHffj{JIH.
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22. FAMOUS LWES
Ypooeub: Pre-Intermediate.
The Games: The Rules I ll1rpb1: npaswia
IJ;eJib: :na Hrpa HanpasneHa Ha 3aKpenneHHe cne:QHaJihHhIX sonpocos s Present Simple.
BpeMH: 15 Mm1yr.
MaTepuaJihI: KcepoKonHH pa6oqHx cTpaHH:Q.
I'paMMaTHKa: - How often does she I he ... ?
- When does she usually .. .. ?
JleKCHKa: except, appointment, once, thrice.
A.11ropHTM urph1:
1. C,n:enaihe KOITHH pa6oqew cTpaHH:QhI AJVI yqaI:QHxcx A H B co cTpaHH:Q 55 H 56 s H)')KHOM KOJIHqecTBe.
2. Ha pa6oqHx CYpaHH:QaX OITHCbIBaeTCX )l(H3Hh H3BeCTHhIX mo,n:eii, HO Ta HH<popMa:QHX, KOTOpax eCTh y yqamerocx
A, OTcyTcTsyeT y yqamerocx B.
3. Ha nepBOM 3Tane HrpOKH pa60TaIOT CaMOCTOXTeJihHO, HJyqaJOT CBOH pa6oqHe CTpaHH:Qhl H KaKHe
sonpOCbI 3a,l(aTb ,l(JIX Toro, qTo6bI ITOJI}"IHTh HHcpOpMa:QHIO, KOTOpOH y Hero HeT.
4. Ilpo,n:enaiiTe BMecTe c HrpoKaMH neps1>1e sonpoc1>1 AIDI yqamerocx A H B, KaK npHMep.
5. YqaI:QHecx pa60TaIOT B napax, 3MaIOT ,n:pyry sonpoc1>1 H 3anHc1>rna10T.nponymeuuy10 HHcpopMa:QHIO.
6. B KOH:Qe Hrpbl yqaI:QHecx csepxIOT CBOH pa6oqHe CTpaHH:QbI. ' '
23. THE MILLIONAIRE'S PAR1Y
Ypooeub: Pre-Intermediate.
IJ;eJib: :na Hrpa II03BOJIXeT 0Tpa60TaT1> IIpaBHJihHOCTh YIIOTpe6.JienHX Past Simples o6I:QHX sonpocax,
a TaK)l(e speMeHH1>1e cppa31>1 ,n:nx Past Simple.
BpeMB: 15 MHffYT.
MaTepuaJibl: KOITHX pa6oqeii CTpaHH:QbI H poJieBhIX KapTOqeK ( 0,l(Ha KapTOqKa H 0,l(Ha pa6oqax CTpaHH:Qa ua qeJIOBeKa).
I'paMMaTuKa: speMeHHhie cppa31>1: on December 25'h, three months ago, in May, on Monday night, in the 1990s,
yesterday afternoon.
- Did you buy a yqcht last January?
- Yes, I did I No, 1 didn i
JleKCHKa: yacht, coast, paparazzi, to propose, heir, oil supplies.
AJiropHTM urpb1:
I. IlOWOTOBbTe pa6oqHe CTpaHH:QhI H poJieBbie KapTOqi<H co ctpaHHI:I 57-58 B tty)KHOM KOJIHqecTBe ,l(JIX
yqfilllerocx.
2. PaJ,n:aiiTe poneshle KapTOqKH ua HrpoKa) H pa6oqHe CYpaHHQhI. .
3. Bee HrpOKH - 3TO MHJIJIHOHepbI, KOTOphie HaXO,I:VITCX Ha seqepHHKe. y MHJIJIHOHepa npOH30IIIJIO KaKoe-
TO co6bITHe. ' '
4. 3Maqa HrpOKOB -y3HaTh, y KOT'O npOH30IIIJIO KaKoe co6bITHe, H BITHCaTh COOTBeTCTByIOI:Qee HMX B KOJIOHKe.
5. Ilepe,n: ttrpoii yqamttecx pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOXTeJihHO, JarroJIHXIOT npoIIycKH s rrpeMO)l(eHHH HPKHhIM
rrpeMOroM at, on, in, uapeqtteM ago H rrposepxIOT Ja,n:aHtte BMeCTe c yqttTeJieM. ' . .
6. KpoMe KOHKpeTHbIX BOIIpOCOB no pa6oqew CYpaHmi;e yqamttecx ,l(OJI)l(Hbl 3MaBaTb ,n:pyr ,n:pyYy BOIIpOChI o6mero
xapaKTepa: Whats your name? What do you do? Are you married? Have you got any children?
7. B KOH:Qe Hrp1>1 yqamttecx csepxIOT B rrapax csoH pa6oqtte CYpaHHQhI.
24. AM I A GOOD PARENT?
Ypooenh: Pre-Intermediate.
IJ;eJib: 3Ta Hrpa Il03BOJIXeT 3aKpenHTh HCITOJih30BaHHe MO,l(aJihHhIX rnaroJIOB can, should H MO,l(aJibHOro 3KBHBaJieHTa
have to B yrnep,n:HTeJibHbIX H OTpHQaTeJibHbIX rrpeMO)l(eHHXX.
BpeMB: 10 MttHyT.
MaTepHaJihI: KOIIHX pa6oqew CTpaHlfl:lbl.
I'paMMaTHKa: - Children can I should I have to ... .
- Children can i I shouldn i I don 1 have to .. . .
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AHrm1VlcKasi rpaMMarnKa s 111rpax. 53 Grammar Games
JleKCHKa: to wear make-up, pocket money.
AJiropHTM urpL1:
1. IIo.u;roTOBhTe pa601111e CTPaHHU:hI B H)')KHOM KOJI1111ecTBe co CTPaHHIJ;hI 59 ,u;JUI Ka:>K,ri;oro )"IamerocH.
2. Pin6eiiTe rpynny Ha naphl, HO IIO B03MOlKHOCTH TaK, 1IT06hI B nape 6hIJIH napeHh H .u;esyrnKa.
3. Pin.u;aiiTe pa601111e cTpaHHIJ;hI.
4. Y11am11ecH ,ll;OJl)l(Hhl HaIIHCaTh HMH napTHepa B MeCTe Ta6JIHIJ;hl. 3a.u;a11a HrpOKOB: CKa3aTh CBOe MHeHHe IIO
Ka)l(,I(OMY 113 .u;ecHTH IIYHKTOB, a TaK)l(e yra,ri;aTh MHeHHe napTHepa.
5. Y11am11ecH pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJihHO 11 o6BOMT u;mpphI B Ta6JI11u;e. Y1111TeJih ,ri;oJl)l(eH ofu.HcHHTh
rpa.u;au;HIO ou;eHOK, B3HTYJO CBepxy Ta6JIHIJ;hl. Ha '.HOM 3Tane HrpOKH He ,ll;OJl)l(Hhl 3a,u;asaTh ,ri;pyr .u;pyry BOIIpOChl.
6. 3aTeM )"IaIIJ;HeCH pa6oTaIOT B napax H cpaBHHBaIOT CBOH npe,D;IIOJIO)l(eHHH, IlhITMCh nepey6e,u;HTh napTHepa, eCJIH
C1IHTaIOT 3TO He06XO,ll;HMhIM.
7. B KOHIJ;e Hrphl HrpOKH pacCKa3hIBaIOT rpynne, KaKoe MHeHHe napTHepa OHM yra,u;aJIH.
25. MY FUTURE. PLANS
Ypoeeub: Pre-Intermediate.
D;eJib: 3Ta 11rpa HanpasJieHa Ha 1aKpenJieH11e rpaMMaT1111ecKHX CTPYKTYP going to I would like to I would prefer to I
will B yTBep,u;HTeJihHhIX 11 OTPHU:aTeJihHhIX npe,ll;JIO)l(eHHHX.
BpeMH: 20 MHttyT.
MaTepuaJibI: KOIIHH pa6011eii CTPaHHIJ;hl, Ky6nK, qmrnKH, TaiiMep HJIH 11ach1 c ceKYH,D;HOH cTpeJIKoii.
I'paMMaTHKa: - I'm going to ... I I'd like to ... I I'll ... I I'd prefer to ... .
- I'm not going to ... I I wouldn't like to ... I I won 't ... .
JleKCHKa: nanny, to go abroad, scientist.
AJiropuTM urpbl:
1. IIo.u;roTOBhTe pa6011YJO CTPaH11u;y ( o.u;tty Ha KOMaH.u;y H3 3-4 11eJI0BeK) co cTpaHHU:hl 60, KY6HKH H lj;JnrnKH B
KOJIH1IeCTBe.
2. Pin6eiiTe rpynny Ha KOMaH,D;hl H3 3-4 1IeJIOBeK; B Ka)l(,I(OH KOMaH,u;e BhJ6epHTe )"IamerocH, KOTOphIH 6y,u;eT OTBe1IaTh
1a speMH.
3. HrpoK 6pocaeT KY6HK, XO,ll;HT HrpOBOMY IIOJIIO, H eCJIH IIOIIa,D;aeT Ha HrpOBOH KBa.u;paT, TO ,ll;OJI)l(eH rosopHTh B
Te1IeHHe 30 CeKYH,D; Ha BhIIIaBIIIYIO TeMy. ECJIH rpynna CJia6M, TO MO)l(HO ,D;aTh eIIJ;e 15 CeKytt,ll; Ha 06.u;yMhJBaHHe TeMhl.
4. EcJIH HrpOK rosopHJI MeHhIIIe 30 ceKyH.u;, TO OH B03BpamaeTCH Ha TOT HrpOBOH KBa.u;paT, c KOTOporo Ha1IHHaJI XO)];.
5. Y11a1IJ;HHCH, KOTOphIH nepBhIH .u;oll.u;eT .u;o KOHIJ;a, C1IHTaeTCH no6e,u;nTeJieM.
26. I GOT A NEW CAR FOR CHRISTMAS LAST YEAR
Ypoeeub: Pre-Intermediate.
D;eJib: 3Ta nrpa HanpasJieHa Ha 1aKpenJieH11e Past Simple n Present Perfect B yTBep.u;nTeJihHhlx 11 OTPHU:aTeJihHhIX
npe,u;JIO)l(eHHHX.
BpeMH: 15 MHttyT.
MaTepHaJibI: KcepoKOIIHH pa6011eii CTPaHHU:hI.
I'paMMaTnKa: - Why have you written ... ?
- When did you last ... ?.
JleKCHKa: to save up, the most, twice.
AJiropHTM Hrpbl:
1. IIo,ri;roTOBhTe pa6011ne CTPaHHIJ;hl B H)')KHOM KOJIH11ecTBe co CTPaHHIJ;hI 61 )];JUI Ka)l(,I(oro )"IamerocH.
2. Y11amnecH pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJihHO, BIIHChIBaIOT KOpOTKHe OTBeThl (cJIOBO, CJIOBOC01IeTaHHe, u;111j;Jpy) Ha
sonpochI B JII06oii Kpyr (He no IIOPMKY!).
3. 3aTeM HrpOKH pa6oTaIOT B napax, MeHHIOTCH pa601IHMH CTPaHHIJ;aMH.
4. 3a.u;a11a HrpOKOB: HaHTH OTBeT Ha Ka)l(,I(hlH BOIIpoc. Y11amnecH 3a,D;aIOT ,ri;pyr ,ri;pyry BOIIpOChl.
5. EcJIH HrpOK yra.u;aJI OTBeT, TO OH 3a11epKHBaeT Kpyr c OTBeTOM H 3a.u;aeT eme .u;sa JII06hJX ,ll;OIIOJIHHTeJihHhIX BOIIpoca
IIO .u;aHHOH TeMe.
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The Games: The Rules I I.'1rpbl: npaBWta
6. Ecnn nrpoK He yra,IJ,aJI, TO npo.n:omKaeT no.n:6npan, OTBeT. ToT yqarn:nifca, KTO nepBbIM 3aqepKHeT see Kpyrn -
no6e,n:nTeJib.
7. B KOHQe Hrpbl yqarn:neca .n:omKHbI paccmnaTb rpyrrne 0 HaH6onee HHTepeCHhlX <l>aKTax, KOTOpbie OHM ycJibIIIIaJIH.
27. ROBIN HOOD
YpoBeHL: Pre-Intermediate.
U:eJIL: :na nrpa Harrpas11eHa Ha 3aKpen11eHHe CTPYKTYPLI used to B yTBep,n:nTeJILHbIX H OTpnn:aTeJibHhlx npe,n:JIO)KeHHHX,
a TaK)Ke 3aKpeIIJieHHe Past Simple.
BpeMH: 15 MHHYT.
MayepuaJILI: poneBbie KapTOqKH.
I)>aMMaTHKa: - What did you use to steal?
- I used to steal ... .
JleKCHKa: a theft, to steal, charity, an article, robbery, prison, to burgle, to break in, burglar alarm .
.AJll'OpHTM urpb1:
IIo,n:roTOBLTe po11esb1e KapToqKH B 1<011uqecTBe co CTPaHHQbI 62 ,n:JIH Ka)K)J;oro yqarn:eroca.
I. Pa3,n:eJIHTe nrpoKoB Ha .n:se rpyrrnL1. 0,n:Hoif rpyrrne pa3,n:ai1:Te 1<aproq1<11 Po6HH fy,n:a, BTopoH: rpyrrne pa3,n:ai1:Te
KaproqKH HrpoKH qffTaIOT 3a,n:aHHe Ha CBOHX KapTOqKax H npo.n;yMbIBaIOT CBOIO pOJib. EcJIH B rpynne
HeqeTHOe KOJIHqecTBO yqall(HXCH, TO MO)KeT 6bITb 60JibIIIe, qeM Po6HH fy,n:oB.
2. MrpoKH c KapTOqKaMH pa6oTaIOT BMecTe H cocTaBJIHIOT npaBHJibHhie sonpocbI co CTPYKTYPOH used
to, r.n;e 3TO B03MO)KH0.
3. Yqarn:neca ofu.e.n;HHHIOTCH B napb1: )KypHaJIHCT H Po6HH fy.n;, )KypHaJIHCTbI npoBOMT HHTepBbIO H 3aIIHChlBaIOT
oTBeTbI Po6HH fy,n:a.
4. B KaqecTBa .n;oMaIIIHero 3a,n:aHHH )KypHaJIHCTbI Moryr Han11caTb CTaTbIO B )KypHaJI, a Po6HH fy,n:LI - onncaHHe
CBOeH )KH3HH .n;o TIOpbMbl.
28. NEITHER AM I
YposeuL: Pre-Intermediate.
U:eJIL: 3Ta nrpa Harrpas11eHa Ha 3a1<peIIJieHHe CTPYKTYP Neither do/did/am I I So do/am/did I; Me too; Me neither.
BpeMH: 10 MHHYT.
MaTepnaJILI: KcepoKonHH pa6oqeif CTPaHHQbI.
I)>aMMaTHKa: - I'm going to the gym tomorrow.
- So am I.
.AJiropnTM urpL1:
IIo.n;roTOBhTe KOnHH CTPaHHQhI 63 B Ko1111qecTBe - .D:JIH Ka)K)J;oro yqarn:erocx.
1. Yqarn:neca pa60TaIOT caMOCTOHTeJibHO H 3anOJIHHIOT nepByIO KOJIOHKY Ha CBOHX pa6oqnx CTpaHHQax.
2. 3a,IJ,aqa HrpOKOB: HaHTH no O,D;HOMY yqarn:eMyca, KOTOpbIH cornacHTCH c npe,n;JIO)KeHHeM H3 nepBOH KOJIOHKH.
HarrpttMep, yqarn:nifcx A rosopHT <<I really like cakes. Ec1111 yqarn:eMycx B TO)Ke HpaBHTCH TOpThl, TO yqarn:nH:ca A
3aIIHCbIBaeT ero HMH BO BTopoH: KOJIOHKe (npH 3TOM He o6x3aTeJihHO y yqarn:erocx B .rt:OJl)KHO 6b1Tb 3am1caHo I really like
cakes B COOTBeTCTByIOII(eM npe,n:JIO)KeHHH).
3. llrpOKH .rt:OJI)l(Hbl 3a,n;aTb ern:e no O,D;HOMY Borrpocy .n;pyr .n;pyry, eCJIH HM HpaBHTCH HJIH He HpaBHTCH Te )Ke Bell(H.
4. B KOHQe Hrpbl HrpOKH paCCKa3bIBaIOT rpynne 0 TOH HH<l>OpMaQHH, KOTopyIO OHM
29. IF I WON A LOT OF MONEY ...
YposenL: Pre-Intermediate.
U:eJIL: 3Ta nrpa no3so11xeT 3aKpenHTb npn,n;aToqHbie npe,n;JIO)KeHHH I H II THnos.
BpeMH: 15 MHHyT.
MaTepuaJIL1: KcepoKonHH pa6oqeif CTPaHHU:hl.
I)>aMMaTHKa: - Would you buy a new car, if you won a lot of money?
- Yes, I would. I No, I wouldn
- Will you bake a cake, if you have a day ofj?
- Yes, I will I No, I won 't.
. 3aK. lO
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AHrn111illcKasi rpaMMarnKa B 111rpax. 53 Grammar Games
to earn, to borrow, to live apart.
AnropHTM urpLI:
IIo,wcrroBhTe pa6011He B H)')KHOM KOJIH11ecTBe co 64 Alli KIDK)J;bro )"laIQerocx.
l. Y11amHecx pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJibHO, BnHCbIBaIOT KOpOTKHe OTBeTbl (CJIOBO, CJIOBOCOlJeTaHHe, Qmppy) Ha
BOnpochl B 11106oi1: KBa,zi;paT (He no nopx.r1icy!).
2. 3a'reM HrpOKH pa6oTaIOT B napax, Meffj[IOTCH pa60lJHMH CTpaHHQaMH.
3. 3a,na11a HrpOKOB: HaHTH crrBeT Ha KmK,LlbIH BOnpoc. Y11aIQHecx 3a.z:1alOT .r1pyr .r1pyfy BonpocBI.
4. EcJIH HrpOK yra.r1an OTBeT, TO OH 3a11epKHBaeT KBa,LlpaT c OTBeTOM H 3a,LlaeT eme O,LIHH. JII060H ,LIOilOJIHHTeJibHblH
BOIIpOC no ,LlaHHOH TeMe.
5. EcJIH HrpoK He yra.zi;an, TO npo.r1omKaeT no.r16HpaT1> OTBeT. ToT )"lamHiicx, KTO nepBbIM 3a11epKHeT Bce KBa.z:IPaTi.1,
j[8Jlj[eTCx no6e,L1HTe11eM.
6. B KOHQe Hrpbl )"lamHecx ,LIOJl)l(Hhl paCCKa3aTb rpynne 0 HaH6011ee HHTepeCHbIX cpaKTax, KOTOpble OHH YCJibllliaJIH.
30. WHAT WILL I DO?
Yposeui.: Pre-Intermediate.
Il;eJIL: 3Ta Hrpa uanpaBJieHa Ha 3aKpenneHHe rnarona will Alli He3annaHHPOBaHHbIX, cnoHTaHHbIX pemeHHH.
BpeMB: 10 MHffYT.
MaTepHa.JILI: KaPTOlJKH c CHryaQHj[MH H KaPTOlJKH c OTBeTaMH.
I'paMMaTnKa: - Itisyour best friend's birthday today.
- Oh, I've almost forgotten. I'll buy her a present.
JleKcui;:a: .a puddle, splitting toothache, exhausted, to promote, tQ,congratulate, inheritance, anniversary, pill, loan.
AJiropHTM urpLI:
IlO,LlrOTOBbTe KaPTOlJKH c CHryaQHHMH H; c OTBeTaMH B KOJIHlJeCTBe ( 0,LIHH Ha6op ,Ha rpynny H3
3--4 11enoBeK) co CTPaHHQ 65-66.
1. Pa3,L1eJIHTe HrpOKOB ua rpynni.1 H3 3--4 11e110BeK. . .
2. KapT011KH c CHryaQlUIMH KJia,LIYTCH nepe,LI HrpOKaMH BHH3 JIHQeBOH CTOpOHOH B CTOilK)', kapio'iKH c OTBeTaMH
pa3,LlaIOTCH nopoBuy Me)l(,Lly HrpOKaMH.
3. 11rpoI<H no 011epe,L1H ,LIOJl)l(Hbl nepeBopa11ilBaTb KaPTOlJKH c CHryaQHeH H ,LlaBaTb npaBHJibHhIH, IlO,LIXO.z:lj(IQHH OTBeT
Ha 3TY CHryaQHIO. Ha Ka)l(,LIYIO CHryaQHIO eCTb ,LIBa no,LIXO.z:lj(IQHX OTBeTa.
4. KTO nepBbIM OTBe11aeT npaBHJibHO, OTKJia,LlbIBaeT KaPT011Ky c OTBeTOM B CTOpoHy,
5. KTO nepBbIM H36aBHTCH OT Bcex KaPT011eK c OTBeTaMH, TOT no6e,LIHTeJib.
31. SHORT ANSWERS
YposeuL: Intermediate. . . . .
U:eJIL: 3Ta Hrpa aanpaBJieua Ha 3aKpenneHHe KpaTmx oTBeT\)B B Past Simple, Present Simple, Present Perfect.
BpeMJ1: 1,0 MHHYT. .
MaTepuaJILI: KaPTOlJKH c BonpocaMH H KapT011m c OTBeTaMH.
I'paMMaTHKa: -Are you tired/
- Yes, I am.
Jlei;:cui;:a: to dye.
AJiropHTM urpLI:
IlO,LlfOTOBbTe KaPT011KH c BonpocaMH H KaPT011KH c OTBeTaMH B KOJIHlJeCTBe ( O,LIHH Ha6op Ha rpynny H3
3 11eJIOBeK) co CTpaHHQ 67- 68.
1. Pa3.z:1e11HTe )"lamHXcx Ha rpynllh1 H3 TPex 11e110BeK.
2. B Ka)l(,LloH rpynne )"lamHecx .r1omKH1>1 Bhl6paT1> Be.z:1Ymero.
3. BeeymHii noJI)"laeT KaPT011KH c BonpocaMH. KaPTOlJKH c OTBeTaMH pacKJia,L11>1BaIOTcx Ha CTOJie nepe.r1 .LIBYMH
.z:1pyrHMH HrpOKaMH.
4. Be,LIYIQHH 3alJHTbIBaeT BOnpoc c KaPTOlJKH, a HrpOKH ,LIOJl)l(Hbl no.r106paTb K HeMY npaBHJibHbIB KOpOTKHH OTBeT.
TOT HrpOK, KOTOpbIH nepBbIM ,LlaCT BepHbIH OTBeT (y Beeymero Ha KapTOlJKaX c BOnpocaMH eCTb npaBHJibHbie OTBeTbl),
3a6HpaeT KapT011icy c BonpocoM ce6e.
5. Y11amHHCH, y KOTOporo 60JiblIIee KOJIHlJeCTBO KaPTOlJeK c BonpocoM, j[BJlj[eTCH no6e,LIHTeJieM.
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The Games: The Rules I lt1rpb1: npas11U1a
32. THE BEST PAR1Y I'VE EVER BEEN TO
Ypoeeub: Intermediate.
Il;eJib: :na Hrpa 3aKpemu1eT npesocxo.n:H)'IO cTeneHb cpasHeHH.si: npmiaraTenbHbIX.
BpeMH: 30 MHH)'T.
MaTepuaJibl: KOnH.ll HrpOBOfO non.si:, <jlHIIIKH H icy6HKH, TaHMep HnH qaCbl c ceicyH,n:HOH CTpenKOH.
I'paMMaTHKa: - The best party I've been to was ...
- The most expensive hotel I've stayed in ... .
JleKCHKa: embarrassing.
ArlropHTM urpbI:
1. Ilo,n:roTOBbTe pa6oqyro CTpaHHQY (o.n:HY Ha KOMaH,n:y H3 3-4 qenoseK) co CTpaHHQbl 69, icy6HKH H <jlHIIIKH B H)')KHOM
KOnHqecTBe.
2. Pa36eiiTe rpyrrrry Ha KOMaH,n:bI H3 3-4 qenoseR; B Ka)l():IOH KOMaH.n:e BbI6epHTe yqaIQeroc.si:, KOTOpbIH 6y,n:eT OTBeqaTb
3a speM.si:.
3. MrpoR 6pocaeT icy6HK, XO.ll:HT no Hrp.OBOMY nomo.H ecnH nona.n:aeT Ha HrpOBOH KBa,n:paT, TO .n:omKeH rosopHTb B
TeqeHHe 1 MHHYTbI Ha BhlnaaIIIYIO TeMy. EcnH rpynna cna6a.si:, TO MO:>KHO .n:aTb eIQe 10 CeKYH.n: Ha 06.n:yMbIBaHHe TeMbl.
4. EcnH HrpOK rosopHn MeHbIIIe O,n:HOH MHH)'Tbl, TO OH B03BpaIQaeTC.ll Ha TOT HrpOBOH KBa,n:paT, c KOTOporo HaqHHan
xo.n:.
5. YqaIQHHC.ll, KOTOpbrn nepBbIM .n:oii.n:eT .n:o KOHQa, CqH:TaeTC.ll no6e,n:HTeneM.
33. HOW LONG HAVE YOU HAD YOUR CAR
Ypoeeub: Intermediate. .
QeJib: :na Hrpa HarrpasneHa Ha 3aRperrneHHe Present Perfect Simlpe H Present Perfect Continuous a sonpocHTenbHbIX
H YTBep,n:HTenbHbIX npe,n:no:>KeHH.llX.
BpeMH: 7 MHH)'T.
MaTepuaJibI: KaPToqKH c BonpocaMH.
I'paMMaTHKa: - Do you have a car?
-Yes, I do. .
~ o w long have you had your car?
- I have had my car f or about five years.
JleKCHKa: driving license.
ArlropHTM urpbI:
1. Ilo,n:rOTOBbTe KaPTOqKH c sonpocaMH (o.n:HY Ha qenoBeKa) co CTpaHHQbl 70 B H)')KHOM KOilHqecTBe.
2. Pa3,n:aiiTe RaPToqKH yqaIQHMcsi.
3. 3a,n:aqH HrpOKOB: HaHTH OTBeTbl Ha BOIIpOCbl, KOTOpbie 3aIIHCaHbl B HX KaPTOqKaX . .LJ:n.si: 3TOro HM Heo6xo,n:HMO
HaIIHCaTb sonpocbl, KOTOpbie OHH 6y.n:yT 3a,n:aBaTb .n:pyr .n:pyry .n:n.si: Toro, qT06bI nonyqHTb Heo6xo.n:HMYIO HH<jlbpMaQHIO.
s
4. MrpOKH onpaIIIHBaIOT .n:pyr .n:pyra H .n:enaIOT noMeTKH, ecnH 3TO Heo6xo,nHMO.
5. B KOHQe Hrpb1 yqaIQHec.si: coo6IQaIOT rpynne o rronyqeHHoii HH<jlopMaQHH.
34. DOMINOES
Ypoeeub: Intermediate.
Il;eJib: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKpellJl.lleT Hcrronb30BaHHe naccHBHoro 3anor a.
BpeMH: 15 MHffYT.
MaTepuaJibl: KOnH.ll RapToqeK - .n:oMHHo.
rpaMMaTHKa: - Crime. and Punishment was .. . written by Dostoevsky
- The monkey can .. . be seen in the jungle.
JleKCHKa: to demolish, a seagull, to cure, a theft.
AJiropHTM urpb1:
1. Ilo.n:roTOBbTe RapTOqKH-,n:OMHHO (o.n:HH Ha6op Ha rrapy) co CTpaHHQbl 71.
2. Pa36eiiTe rpynrry Ha rrapb1, Ka)l():IOH nape pa3,n:aiiTe Ha6op KapmqeR-,n:OMHHO.
3. MrpoKH .n:en.si:T rropOBHY KapTOqKH H pacKna,n:bIBaIOT HX rrepe.n: co6oii IlHQeBOH CTOpOHOH BBepx.
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AHrm1i:icKasi rpaMMarnKa s Hrpax. 53 Grammar Games
4_ IlepBhrii HrpOK mo6yro KairroqKy B CTOJia.
5_ BropoH: HrpOK uenoqey, CBOIO KaTOqey JIH6o JIH6o UOJIO)l(eHHOH
Dp'IO'IICH.
6. EcJIH y HrpOKa HeT no.nxo.rvn:ueii KairroqKH, TO OH nponycKaeT
7. TOT HrpOK KOTOpbIH nepBbIM OCTaHeTCH 6e3 KapToqeK mr6o c MeHhllIHM KOJmqecTBOM
KaproqeK.
35.NUMBERS
YposeuL: Intermediate.
IJ;eJIL: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKpenmeT npaBHJibHOCTb npoH3HOIIIeHHH npoueHTOB, qHcen.
BpeMu: 5 MHHyT.
MaTepuaJILI: KOnHH erposi,1x KapTo'leK.
JleKCHKa: 'IHCJia, npoueHTbl,
A.1JropHTM HrpLI:
1. IlOWQTOBhTe HrpOBbie KapTOqKH Ha6op Ha H3 3 'leJIOBeK) co crpaHHUbI 72 B KOJIH'leCTBe.
2. Pa36eiiTe yqamuxcH Ha rpynnhl H3 3 'lenoseK. KapTOqKH yqamuMcH A, B u C. Ilpu
ofu.e.l{HHHTe HrpOKOB KapTO'IKH.
3. HrpoKH cnyrnaTb Te 'IHCJia, KOTopble Ha31>1BaIOT ero napTttep1>1, H. ux B KOJIOHKe HEAR Ha csoeii
KaK TOJibKO 'IHCJIO 61>mo Ha3BaHo H OHO eCTb Ha KairroqKe HrpOKa, TO HrpOK Ha3BaTh COOTBeTCTB}'IOlllee
qucno Ha 3TOii )Ke CTPoqKe c KOJIOHKH SAY.
4. Y'lamuiicH, y KOToporo ecTb cnoso START, Ha'IHHaeT. YqamuiicH, y KOToporo ecTh cnoso FINISH, 3aKaHqusaeT.
Ilo )l(eJiaHHIO HrpOKH MoryT Bbl'IepKHBaTb Te H KOTOp1>1e 6blJIH Ha3BaHbl.
36. GWE ME ADVICE
YpoBeHL: Intermediate.
IJ;eJIL: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKpenmeT Hcnon1>3oBaHue rrrarorra should.
BpeMu: 10 MHffYT.
MaTepuaJILI: KapToqKu c sonpocaf'{H.
I)>aMMaTuKa: - It was my frie;d 's birthday yesterday, and I've completely forgotten about it!
- You should have given her some flowers.
- You should have phoned her!
JleKCHKa: a running nose, cough, to congratulate.
A1IropnTM nrpL1:
I. KapToqKH c sonpocaMH Ha6op Ha H3 3-4 qeJIOBeK) co CTPaHHUbl 73 B
KOJilf'leCTBe.
2. Pa36eiiTe yqamuxcH Ha rpynn1>1 H3 3 qerroseK. KaJITO'IKH urpoKaM.
3. HrpoKH KaJITO'IKH co6oii B CTOUKy, rruuesoii CTOpOHOH BHH3.
4. Ilo HrpOKH 6epYT H 3aquT1>1BaIOT HX csoeii HrpOK
IIOCOBeTOBaTb qTo-nu6o no CHyYaUHH. HrpoK, KOTOphlii BbITHHYJI Kairroqey, peIIIaeT, 'leii COBeT caMbIH JiyqIIIHH
H KapTOqKy c CHyYauueii 3TOMY HrpOKy.
5. cqHTaeTCH TOT HrpOK, KOTOphlii co6epeT 60JI1>II1ee KOJiuqecTBO KapTOqeK.
6. B KOHUe Hrpbl yqamueCH pacCKa3bIBaIOT rpynne 0 caMbIX HHTepeCHblX COBeTax.
37. J WON'T BE RADING A BOOK
YpoBeHL: Intermediate.
D;eJIL: 3Ta urpa 3aKpenmeT Hcnon1>30BaHHe Future Continuous B OTPHUaTeJibHhIX H sonpocHTeJih-
HbIX npeMO)l(eHHHX.
BpeM11: 10 MHHyT.
MaTepHaJILI: KOnHH pa6o'leii CTPaHHUhI.
rpaMMaTHKa: - J'l/ be driving my car.
- I won be reading a book
- Will you be eating dinner?
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The Games: The Rules I l.1Ipbt: fl'paBMna
AJirnpnTM urpb1:
TiowoTOBhTe pa6oqyro CTPamu.w s H)')KHOM KOJIHqecTBe co CTPaHIHlhI 74 MH xaJK,D;oro yqamen>c:L
1. Pa.3,naihe yqaIIJHMC.si pa6oqffe cTpaHHIJhI H norrpocHTe HX HarrHcaTb npas.n;HBbie npe,nno:>KeHIDI o ce6e B Oj_ ...
2. Pa36eihe yqaIIJHXc.si Ha rpynrr&1 H3 3 qenoseK.
3. 3a,naqa HrpoKos: yra,naTb npe,nno:>KeHH.si ,npyr .n:pyra. ,ll;n.si :noro neps&1ii: HrpOK rosopHT, qrn OH TO'ffio ne 6YJJeT
,nenaTb B KOHKpeTHOe speM.s! B 6y.n:yIIJeM, a OCTaITbHble yqacTHHKH rpynnhl ,Ll,On:>KHbl IIbITaTbC.sl yra,naTb, qTO OH 6YJJeT
,nenaTb.
4. Tio6e,nHTeneM 6y,neT HrpOK, KOTOpbIM yra.n:aeT 60Jihlllee KOJIHqecTBO rrpe,Ll,JIO:>KeHHH.
38. BY THIS TIME NEXT YEAR
Yposeeb: Intermediate.
:QeJib: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKpenllileT Hcrrom,3osaHHe Future Perfect s YTBep,nHTenhHhIX, OTPHIJaTeJihHhIX H sonpocHTeJThHbIX
npe,nno:>KeHH.six.
BpeMH: 10 MHffYT.
MaTepuaJibl: KOIIH.si pa6oqeii: CTpaHHIJhl.
I'paMMaTHKa: - I'll have finished my co_mposition by this time tomorrow.
- I won 't have got married.
- Will you have been able to speak Japanese?
AJirnpnTM urpM:
Tio,nroTOB&Te pa6oqyio CTPaHHIJY B tty:>KHOM KOJIHqecTBe co cTpaHHIJbI 75 .lJJIH KaJK,D;oro yqaIIJeroc.si.
1. Pa.3,naii:Te yqaIIJHMc.si pa6oqtte cTpaHHIJhl H norrpocttTe HX HanttcaTb TPH rrpe,nno:>KeHH.si: O,Ll,HO - $aKT, BTopoe -
o6eIIJaHtte, TpeT&e-MeqTa o cepe s.6y.n:YIIJeM.
2. Pa36eii:Te yqaIIJHXc.si Ha rpynnhI H3 3-4 qenoseK.
3. 3a,naqa ttrpoKos: yra,naTb npe,nno:>KeHH.si ,npyr .n:pyra H onpe.n:enHTh, KaKoe H3 HHX - $aKT, o6eIIJaHHe, a KaKoe -
MeqTa. ,ll;IDI 3TOro nepBblH HrpOK Ha3bIBaeT TPH crrosa-IIO,Ll,CKa3KH, HO He B TOM nop.si,nKe, KaK OHH 3aIIHCaHbl. OCTanbHbie
yqacTHHKH rpynrrhl ,Ll,OJl)l(Hbl 3a,Ll,aBaTb BOIIpOCbl H IlbITaTbC.sl yra)l,aTb npe,nno:>KeHH.si H onpe,neJIHTb, r.n:e eCTb <t>aKT, a
r.n:e - o6eIIJaHHe H Meqra.
4. Tio6e)l(,Ll,aeT HrpOK, KOTOpbIH yra.ziaeT 60JibII1ee KOJIHqecTBO rrpe,nno:>KeHHM.
39. IT JS COLD, ISN'T IT?
Yposeub: Intermediate.
:QeJib: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKpeIIllileT HCIIOJib30BaHHe pa.3,Ll,eJIHTeJibHbIX BOIIpOCOB.
BpeMH: 5 MHHyT.
MaTepuaJibI: KOIIH.si KaprnqeK c npe,nno:>KeHH.siMH.
I'paMMaTHKa: - It is cold, isn
- You aren 't ready, are you?
AJirnpHTM urpbl:
1. Tio,nroTOBbTe KaprnqKH c rrpe,nno:>KeHH.s!MH ( O,Ll,HH Ha6op Ha rpynrry H3 3 qenoBeK) co CTpaHHIJhl 76 B H)')KHOM
KOJIHqecTBe.
2. Pa36eii:Te yqaIIJHXC.sl Ha rpyTIIIbl H3 3 qeJIOBeK, Ka)l()l.OH rpynne pa.3,naiiTe Ha6op KapTOqeK.
3. YcTaHOBHTe speM.s! 3 MHHYThI H OCTaHOBHTe HrpOKOB, KaK TOJihKO OHO HCTeqeT, ,Ll,a:>Ke eCJIH OHH He 3aKOHqaT CBOIO
pa6ozy.
4. 3a,naqa HrpOKOB: co6paTh 15 pa.3,nenHTeJihHbIX BOIIpOCOB.
5. Ka)l(,Ll,a.si KOMaH,na 3aqHTh1BaeT BOIIpOChI, KOTOphie OHa co6pana. EcJIH BOIIpOC IIOCTPOeH rrpaBHJlhHO, TO KOMaH,na
norryqaer O,Ll,HO oqKo.
6. Tio6e)l(,Ll,aeT KOMaH,na, KOTOpa.si Ha6epeT 60JibII1ee KOJIHqecTBo oqKOB.
40. WHY DID YOU DO THAT?
Yposem>: Intermediate.
:QeJib: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKpenllileT HCIIOJih30BaHHe Past Simple H Past Perfect B YTBep,nHTeJI&H&rx npe,nno)KeHH.siX.
BpeMH: 5 MHffYT.
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MaTepuaJI1>1: KOIIIDI Kapro'IeK c rrpeAJIO)l(eHIDIMH.
I)>aMMaTHKa: - I stayed in, because I had fallen ill and couldn i go out.
JleKCHKa: to be stuck in a traffic jam, an alarm.
A.JJropHTM urp1>1:
1. KapTO'IKH c npeAJIO)l(eHIDIMH Ha6op Ha rpyrrrry H3 Tpex 'lerroseK) co CTpaHHUhI 77 B HyX<HOM
KOJIH'leCTBe.
2. Pa36eil:Te y'laIQHXCH Ha rpynrrh1 H3 TPex 'lenoseK, rpyrrne Ha6op Kapro'IeK
3. YCTaHOBHTe BpeMH 3 MHttyThl H OCTaHOBHTe HrpOKOB, KaK TOJlhKO OHO HCTe'leT, eCJIH OHH He 3aKOH'laT pa60Ty.
4. 3Ma'la HrpOKOB: co6paTh 14 rrpeAJIO)l(eHHH.
5. 3a'IHThrnacr rrpeAJIO)l(eHHH, KOTOph1e oHa co6pana. Ecnn rrpeAJIO)l(eHHe npaBHJihHOe, io
IIOJIY1IaeT O'IKO.
6. KOTOpaH Ha6epeT 6oJibUiee KOJIH'leCTBO O'IKOB.
41. GEmNG TO KNOW YOU
Ypoeeu1>: Intermediate.
Il,eJJb: :na Hrpa HarrpasneHa Ha 3aKperrneHHe BOIIpOCHTe.JlhHhIX H B pa3HhIX BpeMeHax.
BpeMH: 15 MHffYT.
MaTepuaJI1>1: KOIIIDI pa6o'leif CTPaHHUhL
I)>aMMaTHKa: - Why did you write?
- What does this mean?
JleKCHKa: to admire.
A.JJropHTM Hrpbl:
1. pa6o'IHe CTPaHHUhI Ha rrapy) co CTpaHHUhI 78 B HJ)l(HOM KOJIH'lecrne.
2. Pa36eil:Te YlJaIQHXCH Ha rraphL Y'laIQHMCH AH B pa6o'IHe CTPaHHUhI AH B cooTBeTCTBeHHO.
3. 11rpoKH pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJihHO H OTBe'lalOT. Ha BOnpOChl Ha JIHCTKe, npH 3TOM
ttyMepyIOT CBOH OTBeThl.
4. 3aTeM YlJamnecH B rrapax o6MeHHBaIOTCH CBOHMH JIHCTKaMH c OTBeTaMH. HrpOKOB: BOIIpOChl IIO
OTBeTaM H BOCCTaHOBHTh BOIIpOChl. 11rpoKH eme JII06hlx BOnpoca no TeMe.
5. YcTaHOBHTe JIHMHT speMeHH - 10 MHHJT.
6. B KOHUe HrpOK coo6macr rpyrrrre 0 IIOJIYlJeHHOH HM CaMOH HHTepecHOH HmpopMauHH.
42. DO YOU PLAY llNNIS?
Ypoeeu1>: Intermediate.
IJ,eJib: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKperrJIHeT HCIIOJlh30BaHHe crreuHaJihHhIX BOIIpOCOB B pa3JIH'IHhIX BpeMeHax.
BpeMH: 10 MHHJT.
MaTepuaJI1>1: KOIIIDI KapTO'leK co cnosaMH.
I)>aMMaTHKa: - What famous composers do know?
- Who wrote symphony Ng 5?
JleKCHKa: swine, seasick.
A.JJropnTM urp1>1:
1. KapTO'IKH co CJIOBaMH ( Ha6op Ha rpynrry H3 qerroBeK) co CTpaHHUhl 79 B Hy)l(HOM KOJIH'leCTBe.
2. Pa36eil:Te YlJamnxcH Ha rpyrrrrhI H3 'lerroBeK, rpyrrrre Ha6op Kaprn'IeK.
3. KapTO'IKH JIHUeBOH CTOpOHOH BHH3 Ha CTOJie HrpOKaMH.
4. IIepBhIH YlJaIQHHCH THHeT KapTO'IKJ H IlhITaeTCJ! COCTaBHTh Borrpoc, Ha KOTOpbIH H3 rpyrrIIhl OTBe'laeT,
HCIIOJih3YH ero CJIOBO. ECJIH eMY 3TO TO HrpOK IIOJIY1IaeT O'IKO.
5. YcTaHOBHTe speMH - 10 MHHJT.
6. HrpOK, KOTOpbIH 3apa60TaeT 60JihUie BCero O'IKOB.
43. IT'S A FACT!
Ypoeeu1>: Intermediate.
IJ,eJib: 3Ta nrpa 3aKpenJIHeT HCilOJih30BaHHe crreuHaJihHhIX BOIIpOCOB B pa3JIH'IHhlX BpeMeHax.
BpeMH: 15 MHHJT.
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MaTepuaJILI: KOIIIDI pa6o'IBX CTJ>amrn,.
I'paMMaTHKa: - What happened to Queen Elizabeth I at an early age?
JleKcnKa: to cut off, tomb, avid.
AJiropHTM urpb1:
1. Ilo,n:roTOBbTe pa6oqHe CTaHHQbI B H)l)KHOM KOJmqecTBe co CTpaHHU: 80-81.
2. Pa36eihe yqaIQHXCH Ha rrapbI, KIDK,n:OH rrape pa3,n:aliTe pa6oque CTpaHHU:bI.
3. YqaIQnecH pa6oTaIOT a rrapax u 3a,n:aroT ,n:pyr ,n:pyry sorrpocbI rro rrporrym:eHHoli umpopMaQHH. Ta HH<PopMaQIDI,
KOTOpM eCTb y IrrpOKa A, OTCYTCTByeT y IrrpOKa B.
4. 3a,n:aqa IrrpOKOB: o6MeHHTbCH nporryw:eHHOH HH<lJOpMau:ueli.
44. HAVE YOU EVER BROKEN YOUR LEG?
Ypoeeub: Intermediate.
QeJib: 3Ta Hrpa 3aKperrmieT ucrrOJib30BaHue Present Perfect B crren:mUibHbIX sorrpocax u B YTBep,n:HTeJibHbIX
rrpe.zuro)J(eHm1x, a TaK)J(e cornacosaHue rro.zure)J(aIQero u CKa3yeMoro (All of us ... I Most ofus ... I Only a few of us ... I
None of us ... I etc).
BpeMH: 10 MHffYT.
MaTepuaJibI: KOIIIDI pa6oqeu CTJ>aHttnbI.
I'paMMaTnKa: - Have you ever broken your leg?
- Hardly ever any of us has broken a leg.
JleKCHKa: to gamble, pipe, caviar, to smuggle, to cheat.
AJiropHTM HrpbI:
1. Ilo,n:roTOBbTe pa6oq}le CTJ>aHHU:bl B H)T)KHOM KOJmqecTBe co CTJ>aHHQbl 82.
2. Pa36eliTe yqaIQnxcH Ha rpyrrrrb1 H3 5- 8 qenoseK, Ka)J(,!l;OMY yqaIQeMYCH pa3,n:a0Te pa6oq}le cTpaHHU:bI.
3. YqaIQuecH pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJihHO u ,n:enaroT rrpe,n:rroJIO)J(eHIDI, KacaroIQnecH urpoKOB a csoeli rpynrre, u
3am:!CbIBaIOT u:u<lJpy B COOTBeTCTBYIOIQeH KOJIOHKe.
4. YcTaHOBHTe JIHMHT speMeHH - 4 MHffYThl.
5. 3aTeM urpoKH 3a,n:aIOT ,n:pyr ,n:pyry.aorrpoch1 u BIIHChIBaIOT rrpasHJihHYJO u:u<lJpy B KOJIOHKY Correct.
6. B KOHQe yqaIQHeCH pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJihHO H BIIHCbIBaIOT nponyIQeHHbie CJIOBa B Haqane KIDK,n:Oro rrpe,lUIO)J(eHIDI.
45. COUNTABLE OR UNCOUNTABLE?
Ypoeeub: Upper-Intermediate.
QeJib: 3Ta Hrpa HarrpaBJieHa Ha 3aKpenJieHHe ucqucJIHeMbIX u HeHcqucJIHeMI>Di. nMeH cyIQecTBineJihHhIX.
BpeMH: 5 MHffYT.
MaTepuaJib1: KOIIIDI KapToqeK co cnosaMu, JIHCT 6yMarH, KapaH,n:arn.
I'paMMaTnKa: ucqncJIHeMI>1e, HeucqucJIHeMhie cyw:ecTBHTeJihHble.
JleKCHKa: equipment, luggage.
AJiropHTM urpLI:
1. Ilo,n:roTOBbTe Ha6op KapTOqeK co CJIOBaMH B ~ O M KOJIHqecTBe (o,n:HH Ha6op Ha rpyrrrry H3 3 qeJIOBeK) co
CTJ>aHHQhl 83.
2. Pa36eliTe yqaIQHXCH Ha rpyrrrrhI H3 3 qeJIOBeK, Ka)J(,!l;OH rpyrrrre pa3,n:aliTe Ha6op KapTOqeK c COOTBeTCTBYJOIIIHMH
CJIOBaMH.
3. llrpoKH pacqepqJIBaIOT Ha JIHCTe 6YMaru:
Countable Uncountable
I
4. KapTOqKu KJia,!l;YTCH B CTOIIKy JIHQeBOH CTOpOHOM BHH3 Ha CTOJI.
5. llrpoKH BbITHrHBaIOT KapToqKH H pernaIOT, HBJIHeTCH 3TO cyw:ecTBHTeJibHOe HCqJICJIHeMbIM HJIH HeucqucJIHeMbIM, H
3aIIHCbIBaIOT ero B IIO,!l;XOMIIIYJO KOJIOHKy.
6. Ilo6e)J(,!l;aeT KOMaH,n:a, KOTOpM cnpaBHTCH 6McTpee u rrpasnm,Hee scex.
6.
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46. WHO USED TO BE YOUR HERO?
YpoeeuL: Upper-Intermediate.
:QeJIL: :na Hrpa HarrpaBneHa Ha 3aKperrneHHe CTPYKfYPhl used to.
BpeMH: 20 MHttyT.
MaTepuaJibl: KOIIHII HrpOBOro IIOAA, <i>HIIIKH H ey6HK.
I'paMMaTHKa: - What used to be your biggest dream?
- To become a famous singer used to.be my biggest dream.
JleKCHKa: a curfew.
AJiropnTM urpL1:
l . Ilo,n:roTOBhTe pa6oqy10 CTPaHHUY ( o,n:Hy Ha KOMaH.n:y H3 3-4 qenoBeK) co CTPaHH:QhI 84, ey6mrn H <i>HIIIKH B HY)J(HOM
KOJIHqecTBe.
2. Pa36eihe rpyrrrry Ha KOMaH)l;bl H3 3-4 qeJIOBeK; B Ka)J()l;OM KOMaH,n:e Bbl6ep1ne yqamerocll, KOTOpbIM 6y,n:eT OTBeqaTb
3a BpeMH.
3. HrpoK 6pocaeT ey6HK, XO)l;HT ITO HrpOBOMY IIOJIIO H eCJIH rrorra,n:aeT Ha HrpOBOM KBa.n:paT, TO )l;OJI)J(eH roBOpHTb B
TeqeHHe l MHHyThl Ha BbIIIaBIIIyIO TeMy. EcJIH rpyrrrra CJia6aH, TO MO)J(HO ,n:aTb eI:Qe l 0 ceeyH,n: Ha 06!l:YMbIBaHHe TeMbl.
4. EcnH HrpOK roBOpHJI MeHhIIIe O)l;HOM MHttyThl, TO OH B03BpaI:QaeTCII Ha TOT HI'pOBOM KBa.n:paT, c KOTOporo HaqffHaJI xo.n:.
5. YqaI:QHMCH, KOTOpb1H: rrepBbIM .n:oli.n:eT .n:o KOH:Qa, cqHTaeTcll rro6e,n:HTeneM.
47. WHO IS THE SPY?
YpoeeuL: Upper-Intermediate.
:QML: 3Ta Hrpa HarrpaBJieHa Ha 3aKperrneHHe Present Perfect Simple H Present Perfect Continuous B BorrpocineJihHhIX,
OTPH:QaTenbHhIX H yTBep,n:HTeJII.HbIX rrpe.n:no)J(eHHHX.
BpeMH: 15 MHttyT.
MaTepuaJILI: KOIIHII pa6oqeli CTPaHH:Qhl H poneBI.Ie KaPTOqKH.
I'paMMaTHKa: - Have you travelled to the moon?
- Yes, I have. I No, I haven
JleKCHKa: a mansion, a spy.
AJiropHTM Hrpbl: ' .
l. Ilo,n:roTOBhTe pa6oqyio CTPaHH:QY (o,n:Hy Ha Ka)J(,n:oro e:rpoKa) co CTPaHH:QhI 85 H poneBI.Ie KaPToqKH (o,n:Hy Ha
e:rpoKa) co CTpaHH:Qbl 86.
2. Pa36eH:Te rpyrrrry Ha KOMaH,n:bI m 10 qenoBeK, pa3,n:aH:Te pa6oqtte CTPaHH:QbI.
3. YqaI:QHeCH pa6oTaIOT caMOCTOHTeJihHO H rro,n:qepKHBaIOT rrpaBHJibHhIM BapHaHT qiopMbI rnarona B Ka)J()l;OM rrpe.n:no-
Ha pa6oqeli CTPam1:ue (B HeKOTOpbIX rryttKTaxBo3MO)J(HbI ,n:Ba Bap1mHrn).
4. MrpoKH ,n:oJI)J(Hhl rrpe.n:crnBHTb ce6I1 Ha BeqepHHKe, r.n:e MHOro HHTepecHI.IX n10,n:eH:. Pa3,n:aH:Te poneBble KapmqKH.
PoneByio KaPToqey IIIIIHOHa rro.n: N2 l 0 ,n:aH:Te caMOMY CHJlbHOMY Hrpoey B rpyrrrre.
5. YqaI:QHeCII o6I:QaIOTCII c .n:pyrHMH roCTIIMH Ha BeqepHHKe H co6ttpaIOT HH<i>opMa:QHIO 0 HHX, 3aTeM BIIHCbIBaIOT HX
IDileHa B COOTBeTCTBYIOI:QYIO KOJIOHKY Ha pa6oqeli CTPaHH:Qe.
6. B KOH:Qe Hrphl HrpOKH cpaBHHBaIOT OTBeTbl B rrapax, eCJIH IIIIIHOH Hali,n:eH. ECJIH IIIIIHOH He HaH:,n:eH, TO yqaI:QHe-
ai o6cy)J()l;aIOT B rrapax, qTo OHH Y3HaJIH 0 I'OCTIIX BeqepHHKH H KTO MO)J(eT 6hITh IIIIlHOHOM. lIIIIHOH paCKpbIBaeT ce6I1 B
mmi:e e:rpb1.
48. INFINITIVE DOMINOES
YpoeeuL: Upper-Intermediate. ,
:Qe.Jlb: 3Ta Hrpa HarrpaBJieHa Ha 3aKperrneHHe HH<i>HHHTHBHbIX KOHCTPYKUHM.
BpeMH: 10 MHHYT.
KOIIHII KaPToqeK-)l;OMHHO.
rpDIM3THKa: - He seems to have known this old lady.
- Bruce should have warned me to keep silence.
JlexcHKa: default, Cinderella, a spy.
AJiropHTM urpLI:
l. Ilo,n:roTOBI.Te KapmqKH-,n:OMHHO (o,n:HH Ha6op Ha rrapy) co cTpaHH:Qhl 87.
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2. Pa36eihe rpyrrrry Ha rraphI, KIDK.LIOH nape pa3):(aiiTe Ha6op KapTO'IeK-):(OMHHO.
3. 11.rpOKH ):(eIDIT rropOBHy KapTO'IKH H paCIOia):(hlBaJOT HX nepe):( co6oii JIHIJeBOH CTOpOHOH BBepx.
4. IlepBhIH HrpOK KJia):(eT mo6yro KapTO'IKY Ha cepe):(HHy CTOJia.
5. Brnpoii HrpoK ):(OJI)l(eH npo):(OJIJKHTh 11eno'!Ky, ):(06aBHB cso10 KapTO'IK)' JIH6o cnepe):(H, JIH6o c3a):(H paHee noJio-
JKeHHOH KaPTOqKH.
6. ECJIH y HrpOKa HeT IIO):(XO,WIIIJeH KapTOqKH, TO OH rrponycKaeT XO):(.
7. 11.rpoK, KOTOphIH rrepBhIM OCTaHeTC 6e3 KapTO'leK JIH6o c MeHhIIIHM KOJIH'leCTBOM KapTO'!eK, o6oBAAeTC rro6e-
):(HTeJieM.
49. I WISH I WERE RICH!
YpoBenL: Advanced .
.U:eJIL: :na ttrpa HarrpanJieHa Ha 3aKpenJieHHe KOHCTPYKIJHH I wish ... , If only ....
BpeMB: 15 MHffYT.
MaTepHa.TILI: KOIIH poJieBhIX KapTo'leK.
I'paMMaTHKa: - I wish I hadn i gone there.
- If only I could ....
JleKCHKa: to convince, mumps, to snore, insomnia, a spinster, to knit.
A.riropHTM Hrpbl:
1. Ilo):(roTOBhTe poJieBhJe KapTO'IKH (O):(Hy Ha HrpOKa) co CYpaHHIJ 88- 89.
2. Pa36eiiTe rpyrrrry Ha rraphI, pa3):(aiiTe poJieBhie KapTO'IKH.
3. 11.rpoKH ):(OJIJKHhl rrpe):(CTaBHTh cefor rra11HeHTaMH B rrpHeMHOH y spaqa. Bo BpeM OJKH):(aHH CBOeH oqepe):(H OHH
):(OJl)l(Hhl II006IIJaThCH H BhIBCHHTh, KaKHe npo6JieMhl eCTh y Ka)l():(oro.
4. TOro 'IT06hI HrpaTh ecTeCTBeHHO, yqaIIJHeC 3a):(aIOT ):(pyr ):(pyry BOIIpOChl 0 JKH3HH. MoJKHO HaIIHCaTh 3TH BO-
rrpOChl Ha ):(OCKe (Whats the matter with you? What do you do? Have you got children? What are your neighbours like?
Where did you go on holidays? etc.).
5. 11.rpoK ):(OJIJKeH y6e):(HTh csoero rrapTHepa, 'ITO ero rrpo6JieMhI cepbe3Hee.
6. B KOHIJe HrphI yqaIIJHec paccKa3hIBaIOT rpyrrne o caMhIX 6oJihIIIMX rrpo6JieMax, KOTOph1e OHH ycJihIIIIa.JIH.
50. HAVE YOU HAD YOUR HAIR CUT?
YpoBeHL: Advanced .
.U:eJIL: :na Hrpa HanpasJieHa Ha 3aKperrJieHHe cTpyKTyphI have something done H ):(pyrttx BhipaJKeHHH c have, Present
Perfect H have KaK CKa3yeMoro.
BpeMs: 10 MHttyT.
MaTepuaJILI: KOIIH pa6oqeif CYpaHHIJhI.
I'paMMaTHKa: - Have you had your hair cut?
- Yes, I have. I No, I haven i.
JleKCHKa: a quarrel.
Am:opHTM urpLI:
1. Ilo):(roTOBhTe pa6oqy10 CTpaHHIJY (O):(Hy Ha Ka)l():(Oro HrpOKa) co CTpaHHIJhl 90.
2. Pa3):(aiiTe pa6o'!He CYpaHHIJhI.
3. 3a):(aqa HrpOKOB: HaHTH XOTH 6hI O):(HOro qeJioBeKa, KOTOpbIH IIO):(OH):(eT IIO):( OIIHCaHHe.
4. KaK TOJlhKO HrpOK HaXO):(HT TaKoro qeJIOBeKa, OH 3aIIHChJBaeT HM B COOTBeTCTBYIOIIJYIO KOJIOHKY H 3a):(aeT eIIJe
O):(HH ):(OIIOJIHHTeJibHhIH Bonpoc no TeMe.
5. B KOHIJe Hrphl HrpOKH cpaBHHBaIOT OTBeThl B KOJIOHKax.
51. YOU WERE GOING TO BE A POET
Ypoeeub: Advanced .
.U:eJIL: :na Hrpa HarrpasJieHa Ha 3aKpeIIJieHHe cTpyKTyphI going to B Past Simple.
BpeMB: 15 MHH)'T.
MaTepuaJILI: KOIIH pa6oqeif cTpaHHIJhI.
rpaMMaTHKa: - Was I were going to ...
JleKCHKa: to dye.
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ArlropHTM urpbI:
I. Ilo)J;rOTOBhTe pa6oqy10 CTPaHHizy )J;IDI yqamerocH AH B (o.LnIY Ha Ka)KJJ,oro HrpOKa) co 91..
2. Pa36eii:Te rpynrry Ha naphI H pa3)J;aiiTe pafioqHe CTPaHHn;hl.
3. MrpoKH - 3TO 6bIBIIIHe O)J;HOKJiaCCHHKH, KOTOpbie He BH)J;eJIH )J;pyr )J;pyra co IIIKOJihHhIX BpeMeH, HO 6bIJIH xopo-
IIIHMH )J;py3hHMH.
4. 3a)J;aqa HrpOKOB: Y3HaTh )J;pyr y )J;pyra, KaKHe nJiaHhI C6hIJIHCh, a KaKHe HeT (IIJiaHhI, KOTOphie c6bIJIHCh, o603Haqe-
Hhl lKHpHhIMH TOqKaMH Ha KOnHHX).
5. YcTaHOBHTe JIHMHT BpeMeHH - 10 MHttyT.
6. B KOHU:e HrphI MOlKHO o6cy)J;HTh, KaKHe MeqThI H nJiaHbI He c6hIJIHCh y yqamHXCH.
52. ASK AND TELL
Ypoeeub: Advanced.
D;eJib: 3Ta Hrpa HanpaBJieHa Ha 3aKpenJieHHe Bcex BpeMeH B BonpOCHTeJihHhIX H yTBep)J;HTeJihHhIX npe)J;JIOlKeHHHX.
BpeMn: 20 MHHYT.
MaTepuaJibI: KOnHH HrpoBoro nom1, $HIIIKH, ry6HK, KonHH KapTOqeK ASK H TELL.
I'paMMaTnKa: - What are good points about you?
- Have you ever done something wrong?
JleKCHKa: detest, in-laws, to let down.
ArlropnTM urpbl:
I. Ilo)J;I'OTOBhTe KonHIO Hrposoro nom1 ( O)J;tty Ha KOMaH)J;y H3 4-5 qeJioBeK) H Ha6op KapTOqeK ASK H TELL ( O)J;HH Ha-
6op Ha KOMaH)l;y) co CTpaHHU: 92-94. . .
2. Pa36eiiTe yqamHXCH Ha KOMatt)J;hI H3 4-5 qeJIOBeK H pa3)J;aiiTe HrpOBOe noJie H Kap'foqKH.
3. MrpoKH KJia)J;YT KapTOqKH B )];Be cronKH IlHU:eBOH CTOpOHOH BHH3 Ha CTO.Jie.
4. YqamuiicH 6pocaeT ry6HK H xo)J;HT no HrpOBOMY n oJI10. KaK TOJihKO OH nonaJI Ha n oJie ASK, TO i meT KapTOqry
H3 cTonKH ASK u 3a)J;afa Bonpoc JI1060My Hrpory m KOMaH)J;hI. EcJIH sonpoc 3a)J;aH HenpaBHJihHO, TO HrpOK B03Bpama-
eTCH Ha HCXO)J;ttylO .n03HU:HIO.
5. EcJIH HrpoK nona)J;aeT Ha none TELL, To OH THHeT KapToqKy H3 CTOnKH TELL H H3JiaraeT KOMaH)J;e Tpe6yeMyIO HH-
qiopMaU:HIO. EcJIH npe)J;JIOlKeHHH CO)J;ep'>KaT OIIIH6KH, TO HrpOK B03BpamaeTCH HaHCXO)J;HylO no3Hl(HIO.
6. IIo6e)KJJ,aeT HrpOK, KOTOphIH nepBhIM )J;OH)J;eT )];0 KOHn;a.
53. WHY WlRE YOU DOING THAT?
Ypoeeub: Adv anced.
Il;eJib: 3Ta Hrpa HanpaBJieHa Ha 3aKpenrreHHe npH)J;aTOqffbIX npe)J;JIO)f(eHHH c because.
BpeMn: I 0 MHttyT.
MaTepuaJibI: KOIIHH pafioqeif cTpaHHU:hI.
I'paMMaTHKa: - Why were you crying in the street?
- I had a problem .. ..
JleKCHKa: raw, naked.
AJiropHTM HrpbI:
l. Ilo)J;roTOBhTe npe)J;JIO)f(eHHH c CHTyaU:HHMH co CTPaHHU:hI 95.
2. Pa36eiiTe rpynrry Ha KOMaH)J;hI H3 3-4 qeJIOBeK H pa3)J;aiiTe npe)J;JIO)f(eHHH c CHTyaU:HHMH.
3. YcTaHOBHTe JIHMHT speMeHn - 5 MHHYT.
4. 3a)J;aqa Ka)KJJ,OH KOMaH)J;hI: npH)J;yMaTh npaB,D;HBOe OfilHCHeHHe CBOero noBe)J;eHHH.
5. 3aTeM HrpOKH Ka)KJJ,OH KOMaH)J;hI )J;alOT CBOH o6bHCHeHHH H BhI6HpaIOT caMoe npaB)J;OnO)J;06Hoe H3 HUX.
6. KoMaH)J;a, KOTOpaH Ha6paJia 60Jihllle Bcex npaB)J;HBhIX o6bHcHeHnii, cqnTaeTcH no6e)J;nTeJieM.
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MATERIAL FOR PHOTO.COPYING
Hrpbl:
PA3)J.AT01fHbIH MATEPHAn
)JJUI KCEPOKODMPOBAHIUI
1. BALWON TOURS
Student A.
Tourist
Ann Johns
Paul Val
Mary Scots
Robert and Kraft
Sofi Michel
Mr and Mrs Stem
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AIR BALLOON TOURS
Hotel Country
USA The Hilton Hotel
Austria The Tower Inn
Ftance The Royal Hotel
I . How many hotels does each guide need to stop at to pick up tourists? _ _ _
2. In which balloon should the tourists go? Write the names of the tourists under the balloon.
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1. BALLOON TOURS
StudentB.
Tourist
Ann Johns
Paul Val
Mary Scots
Robert and Kraft
Sofi Michel
Mr and Mrs Stem
AIR BALLOON TOURS
Hotel Country
Australia The Tower Inn
Scotland The Hilton Hotel
Germany Thy Oak Inn
l . How many hotels does each guide need to stop at to pick up tourists?
2. In which balloon should the tourists go? Write the names of the tourists under the balloon.
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5. DO YOU LIKE MADONNA?
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5. DO YOU LIKE. MADONNA?
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6. WHAT CAN YOU DO?
Find someone who ... Name(s)
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3 .... can talk to dolphins.
4 .... can drink 5 liters of water every day.
5 .... can lift 100 kilos.
6 ... can ski very well.
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8 .... can eat 2 pizzas in 5 minutes.
9 .... can play the violin.
10 .... can dance waltz very well.
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6. WHAT CAN YOU DO?
ROLE CARDS
Role card A Role card B
Your name is Tom (man) I Sally (woman) Your name is Oleg (man) I Olga (woman)
and you live in London, England. You're and you live in Moscow, Russia. You're
a musician. You can play the violin very a sportsman/woman. You can run 50
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You're a police officer. You can lift 100 taxi driver. You can eat 2 pizzas in two
kilos. minutes.
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(woman) and you live in Hollywood, the . (woman) and you live in Sao Paulo, 1
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7. WERE YOU AT HOME?
Write short answers to these questions in the boxes below. Write the answers in a different order to the question.
! What was your great-grandfather's name?
! Where were you at 8 o'clock yesterday morning?
! Who was your best friend when you were 10 years old?
! Who were you with last Monday?
! Who was your favourite teacher at your primary school?
! Where were you last weekend?
! What was your favourite sport when you were 10 years old?
! Where were you last summer?
! What was the name of your first boyfriend I girlfriend?
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B.ABOUTME
Write short answers to these questions in the circles below. Write the answers in a different order to the question.
: a place you went to last summer
: a person you met yesterday
: the year you started school
: the name of a book you read last week
: a person you know who got married last month
: the country you lived in when you were 10 years old
: a person you invited to your last birthday
: a shop you went to last weekend
: clothes you bought last month
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10. THE DAll GAME
GAME CARDS
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GAMElCARDA GAMElCARDB
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1 1. WHAT ARE YOUR HABITS?
Student A.
1. Work in pairs. Ask your partner these questions and write down your partner's answers.
Do you ...
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2 .... have breakfast at home?
3 . .. . walk to work?
4 . .. . sing in the bathroom?
5 .. .. go to the swimming pool?
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6 .... have fried fish for dinner?
7 . ... visit your friends at the weekend?
8 .. . . read newspapers?
9 .... play computer games?
10 ... . eat meat?
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11. WHAT ARE YOUR HABITS?
StudentB.
1. Work in pairs. Ask your partner these questions and write down your partner's answers.
Do you ...
1. . .. go abroad in summer?
2 .. .. go shopping alone?
3 .... sleep well?.
4 .. .. read the news on the Internet?
5 . ... feel nervous when you meet new
people?
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7 . ... eat grilled vegetables?
8 .... go cycling a lot?
9 ... . have lunch with your friends?
10 ... . go to bed before 9 p.m.?
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12. GOTYOU!
Student A.
Throw the dice and add the numbers rolled. Ask Student B the question that corresponds to the total. If Student B
answers correctly, he or she blasts the speech balloon on his or her copy.
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12. GOTYOU!
StudentB.
Throw the dice and add the numbers rolled. Ask Student A the question that corresponds to the total. If Student A
answers correctly, he or she blasts the speech balloon on his or her copy.
Who did you .
phone yesterday?
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go abroad?
How many times
did you brush your
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13. LAST MONTH
12. 3aK. 10
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!KATE JOHN
! Last month: Last month:
l you went to the musical (The Phantom of you queued for a taxi in Oxford Street;
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i you went for sushi at Jo's restaurant; you had a birthday party;
i you queued for a taxi in Oxford Street; you bought a new car;
l you went to Pacha nightclub; you visited grandparents in the country.
i you read new magazines in the local
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l you travelled to Spain; you ate l 00 bananas;
i you ate 100 bananas; you went to the musical (The Phantom
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l you watched 50 new films on DVD; you won the lottery
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16. I LIKE. WASHING UP
Somebody who
Somebody who
Do you like ...
likes I loves this
doesn't like I
hates this
1 .... washing up?
2 .... Japanese food?
3 .... doing morning exercise?
4 .... listening to jazz?
5 .... buying new bags?
6 .... drinking tea with milk? .
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7 .... getting up early on weekdays?
8 .... driving a car?
9 .... cooking something tasty?
10 ... reading fashion magazines?
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17. l'VE GOT THE OLDEST BROTHER
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Which student had
the smallest breakfast?
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at the cheapest price?
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Which student has got
the least money with him?
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Which student came home
the latest yesterday?
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Which student woke up
the earliest of all?
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18. CAN YOU OR CAN'T YOU?
Student A
Partner's name ......... . ...................... . ...... . .... ..
Right or
wrong?
1. My partner can I can 't run 10 kilometers.
2. My partner can I cant say all weekdays in English.
3. My partner can I cant play volleyball.
4. My partner can I cant whistle.
5. My partner can I can't play the guitar.
6. My partner can I can't bake a cake.
7. My partner can I can't swim one kilometer.
8. My partner can I cant ride a bicycle.
9. My partner can I cant name 5 American presidents.
10. My partner can I cant drive a car.

Student B
Partner's name ...............................................
Right or

wrong?
1. My partner can I can t play table tennis.
2. My partner can I cant cook sushi.
3. My partner can I can't stand on his head.
4. My partner can I can 't dance the waltz.
5. My partner can I can 't play the violin.
6. My partner can I cant eat frogs.
7. My partner can I cant swim in the river in winter.
8. My partner can I can't ski.
9. My partner can I can 't speak three languages.
10. My partner can I cant ride a horse.
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19. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO AT THE WEEKEND?
Find someone who ... Name(s)
1. ... is going to another country for his/her next holidays.
2 .... would like to drink a cup of coffee.
3 .... would pref er to study English abroad.
4 .... is going to nightclub at the weekend.
5 .... would like to go to a concert.
6 .... would pref er to live in Germany.
7 .... is going to visit soon.
8 .... would like to have two months holidays.
9 .... would prefer to get married next year.
10 .... is going to cook something tasty tonight.
11 .... would like to date with Brad Pitt.
12 .... would prefer to sunbathe in Italy.
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20. IN 20 YEARS I'LL PROBABLY ...
Look at the sentences below and put one of the following expressions in the gaps.
will will probably might might not probably won't won't
In 10 years I ... Name(s)
1. ........... . ................ .. .............. . . . ...... . . be married.
2 ... ........ . .......... . ... . .. ... .. . live abroad with my family.
3 .... . ................... .... . .......... .. travel around the world.
4 . . . ........ . .... . ........... ... ...... ~ .. . . . ... . .. fly to the moon.
5 . .... . ........................ .................. . have 3 children.
6 ........... . . . ............................... . ...... . be a big boss.
7 . .............. . ......................... have a detached house.
8 ............... . ................ . ................. have seven cars.
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21. rvE BEEN TO JAPAN
Write short answers to the following points inthe boxes below. You can write your answers in any box you want, but
not in the same order as the question.
: a country you've been to this year;
: the most interesting book you've read;
: the most expensive present you've got;
: the best film you've seen in your life;
: a friend you've visited this week;
: something you've eaten today;
! a relative you've phoned this week;
: a new person you've met this year;
! a city you've been to more than four times in your life
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22. FAMOUS LWES
Student A.
Read the texts and ask Students B the questions to complete the gaps.
Lady Gaga is a singer, and sings on
different concerts (1) ............ She
usually finishes work at 10 p. m.,
and always her driver takes her
home. She meets with her friends
(2) .................. times a week at a
cafe. She goes to the seaside two
times a year, and stays in a hotel
called The Hilton.
David is a famous footballer, and
he usually works (5) ................. At
the weekend he always gets up at
about lunchtime. In the afternoon
he usually ( 6) ... ........... His wife is a
singer. She is very bsy. They have
lunch together four times a week.
Stella is a fashion designer. She is
very busy and sees her parents
only (9) ... ... ... ... ... ..... times a
year. When she has holidays she
travels with her family to different
countries (10) ' .......... Every
week she visits fitness club three
times.
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Brad' and Angelina live in the
centre of town. They got up early
(3) ................ , and always have
breakfast with their children at
8 o'clock. They go on holidays
( 4}...... .. . ... . . .. times a year, and
usually stay in The Hilton.
Arnold is a politician, and he
goes to work (7) ......... , ..... days
a week. On Tuesdays he always
has appointments with different
people. He meets his friends for
dinner (8) .. ......... ....... ,, and plays
golf with his best friend two times
a week.
Antony is a producer, and he
meets his children for lunch
(11) .. .. : ..... .......... When he shoots
a new film far away he e-mails
them two times a day! If there
is no Internet he phones them
(12) ............ ..... ,and atthe weekend
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22. FAMOUS LWES
StudentB.
Read the texts and ask Students A the questions to complete the gaps.
Lady Gaga is a singer, and sings
on different concerts three nights
a week She usually finishes work
at (a) ................ , and always her
driver takes her home. She meets
with her friends four times a week
at a cafe. She goes to the seaside
(b) ................. a year, and stays in a
hotel called The Hilton.
David is a famous footballer, and
he usually works every day (except
weekends). At the weekend he
always gets up at (e) .................. : ..
In the afternoon he usually plays
football with his sons. His wife is
a singer. She is very busy. They
have lunch together (f) ...... times
a week ,
Stella is a fashion designer. She is
very busy and sees her parents
only five times a year. When she
has holidays she travels with her
family to (i) ... ... ...... ... ... ..... ten
times a year. Every week she visits
fitness club rn ................... times.
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Brad and Angelina live in the
centre of town. They got up early
every morning, and always have
breakfast with their children at
(c) ......................... They go on
holidays four times a year, and
usually stay in ( d) ......................... .
Arnold is a politician, and he
goes to work five days a week
On Tuesdays he always has
(g) ........................... with different
people. He meets his friends for
dinner once a week, and plays golf
with his best friend (h) ............ .
times a week
Antony is a producer, and he
meets his children for lunch every
day. When he shoots a new film
far away he e-mails them (k) .........
times a day! If there is no Internet
he phones them thrice a day, and
at the weekend he always flies to
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23. THE MILLIONAIRE'S PARTY
Name What happened to you?
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got a yacht as. a present ...... New Year's Day last year.
2. was a very successful singer ...... the 1990s.
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spent 1,000,000 dollars on a car ...... yesterday afternoon.
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sold one of his companies for a billion dollars two months ...... .
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became a millionaire at midnight three months . . . . . .
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bought a small country ...... the I 980s.
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won hundred million dollars . . ... . Monday night.
8. bought a real zoo ...... April last year.
9.
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invited 5,000 people to Christmas party .. . ... December 25th.
10.
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sold 12 million copies of his/her last CDs ...... 2013.
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23. THE MILLIONAIRE'S PARJY
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want to have a quiet life, because
you used to be a very famous singer,
always followed by paparazzi.
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live in Los Angeles. You have a lot i I businesswoman, and you live in i
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24. AM I A GOOD PARENT?
Read these statements about children and parents. Decide how you agree or disagree with the statement
and circle a number in the first column. Guess your partner's opinion about the same statement and circle a
number in the second column.
1 = agree strongly; 2 = agree; 3 = not sure; 4 = disagree; 5 = disagree strongly
Partner's
You name
1. Children under 10 shouldn't play computer games. 12345 12345
2. Girls over the age of 14 can wear make-up if they want. 12345 12345
3. Children over the age of 16 can stay out till J:!lidnight if they want. 12345 12345
4. Parents should give pocket money for the children who are over 10. 12345 12345
5. Children over 16 years old don't have to tell their parents where they're
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going in the evening.
6. Parents shouldn't make teenagers do housework. 12345 12345
7. Children under 16 can decide what to wear. 12345 12345
8. Parents have to control their children with home tasks. 12345 12345
9. Children can do whatever they want at the weekend. 12345 12345
10. Girls should do more housework than boys. 12345 12345
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25. MY FUTURE PIANS
a book you'd
fit 51 \I I like to read
a job you really
hate to do
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your plans
for next year
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what will your
country be like
in hundred
years' time?
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Which of these
places would
you prefer
to go to?
Japan New York
London
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will your
grandchildren
look like?
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someone
famous
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marry
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a place where
you'd like to live
when you're
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for next
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somewhere
you'd like to go
on holiday
in summer
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how will your
life change in
the next five
years?
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places would you
like to go
tomorrow?
club cinema
theatre
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to buy
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definitely won't
happen to you
this year
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do next time
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6 ~ I GOT A NEW CAR FOR CHRISTMAS IASTYEAR
Write short answers to the following points in the circles below. Write the answers in a different order to the question.
: the name of someone you' ve met this week
: something you've saved up for a long time
: the film you saw last month that you didn't like
: the name of a cafe you've been to that you didn't like at all
: a country you've been to that you like the most
: something you got for Christmas last year
: a country you've been to twice
: the name of your teacher at primary school
: a personal thing you've had for more than three years
: a place you visited for the first time when you were under I 0
: a book you've read recently
: the name of your friend you've known for over ten years
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27. ROBIN HOOD
Robin Hood role card
You are a world-famous theft called Robin Hood. You've spent your life stealing money from the houses
of rich and famous people all over the world and giving part of it for charity, but last year the police caught
you in the middle of the robbery. Now you are in prison. A journalist who wants to tell your story all over
the world is coming to interview you.
Look at the following information and prepare your life story.
I started burgling the houses when I was (how old?) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . years old. I worked as
(who?) .... . ..... . ............. and didn't have enough money. One day I thought about my life and
decided to be a theft. I learnt how to switch off the burglar alarm and the first house I broke into was
(whose?) ...... .. ... . ..... . ... 's house. I stole (what?) . .......... . .......... . ..... Then I started doing it (how
often?) .... . .... . .. . ......... I always used to wear (what?) ............... . ........ and I always used to leave
(what?) .. . ... . . . ... . .. .. . . . .in every house to let them know that Robin Hood was there. I used to steal not
only (what?) . .. . . .... . ...... . .... . .. but also (what?)..................... . .
The biggest part of this money I used to give for charity. The last house I broke into was (whose?) . ..... .
. . . . . .. . .. . .. . .. . . .. .'s house. I took (what?) ...... , .............. , but the police came and caught me. So now I
am in prison.
When you've finished, think of some more o u s ~ s of famous people that you robbed, and how much
money you stole from them.
Journalist role card
You are a very famous journalist. You are going to interview Robin Hood, a world-famous theft and tell
his story in your article. Robin Hoqd used to steal from the houses of rich and famous people and used to
give part of your money for charity. Last year the police caught him/her in the middle of the robbery. Now
: he/she is in prison.
: Look at the following ideas and write down the questions you are going to ask Robin Hood in your
interview. Use both used to and the Past Simple in your questions.
when I start? Age?
what job I have?
whose first house / break into?
what I steal?
what I wear?
what I leave I in the houses? Why I do I that?
what I steal from the rich?
whose last house I break into?
,. what I steal I last house?
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28. NEITHER AM I
YOUR IDEAS STUDENT'S NAME
1. I don't like ... ....... . ... ... .. . ....... .......................... . very inuch.
2. I went to ........... . . .... .. . ....... . . . . . . . .. : . ........ . .. .. . . . .. . . . yesterday.
3. I'm very .. . ... .. . .. . .. .... : . .. . . .. . .. ...... . . . .. . at the moment.
4. When I was a child I didn' t like . . ... . .... . . . . . . . . .. . . .. .. . .
5. When I was a child I loved .. . ....... .. .. .... .. .. . ... .. : . . .. . ......... . .
6. I'm not very interested in .... . .......... .. ............ .
7. I love . ... ..... ..... . . . ........ . . . .... .. . ... .... .. .. . .... . in my free time.
8. I don't really like .. . . . . . ........... . . . ... .. .. .. ....... .... .. ...... . . ... . . .. . . . . .
9. I didn' t.. ... .. ....... .... .. ..... . . . . . . . ... . ... .. . . .last month.
10. I really hate . .. ... .. . .. ................. . .. .. . ... . ... . .
11. I always ........................................... . .... at the weekends.
12. I' m ....... . .... . . .. . . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . .... .. . . . . .. . . . next week.
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29. IF I WON A LOT OF MONEY
Write short answers to the following points into the squares below. You can write your answers into any square you
want, but not in the same order as the question. Answer as many questions as you can.
: If you won a lot of money, what would you do first?
: What will you do tomorrow, if you have a day off?
: If you could marry anyone in the world, who would you choose?
: If you have enough money for a holiday this year, where will you go?
: If you could live in any country in the world, what would you choose?
: If you go to a cafe tomorrow, which cafe will you go to?
: If you could be talented, which sphere would you choose?
: If there was a fire in your flat/house, what would be the first thing you'd take outside?
: If you could earn any sum of money per month, how much would you like to earn?
: If your colleague asks you to borrow him/her money, will you definitely do it?
: If you could change something in your life, what would you change?
: If your 18-year-old child wants to live' apart, how will you react?
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30. WHAT WILL I DO?
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30. WHATWILLIDO?
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31. SHORT ANSWERS
Are you tired?
(answer: Yes, I am)
QUESTIONS CARDS
Have you been to
the USA?
(answer: Yes, I have )
Does your farther have
anew job?
(answer: No, he doesn 't)
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tonight?
(answer: No, I'm not)
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(answer: Yes, she has)
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Do we like reading?
(answer: No, we don't)
Was Jane angry, when you
were late?
(answer: Yes, she was)

Is he coming home
tomorrow?
(answer: No, he isn 't)
Did you watch this movie
two days ago?
(answer: Yes, I did')
Does she work every day?
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Have we seen this article
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(answer: No, we haven 't)
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Are there any sweets?
(answer: Yes, there are)
Did John come here
yesterday?
(answer: No, he. didn 't)
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Has he read Hamlet?
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31. SHORT ANSWERS
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bought
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the most
expensive
restaurant
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the most
embarrassing
situation in
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the best
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the tastiest the most
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mind
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the saddest
THROW
memories
AGAIN!
from your
childhood
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day in your
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exam you've
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person
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BOOK YOU'VE
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relative
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relative
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the strangest
situation in
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33. HOW LONG HAVE YOU HAD YOUR CAR
QUESTION CARDS
How many students have a partner? How many students work sbmewhere? ,
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Who' s known their partner for the longest time? Who's been working the longest time?
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How many stUdents surf the Internet?
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Who's been surfing the Internet for the longest time?
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How many students watch a soap opera?
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Who's been watching their soap opera the longest
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35.NUMBERS
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36. GIVE Ml ADVICE
SITUATION CARDS
Your doctor has just told you that you
have one week to live.
You have had a running nose for a
month already.
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Your friend had a birthday, but you
forgot to congratulate him I her.
You can't get to sleep at night. You
haven't slept for a week.

Your car keeps breaking down every
time you drive it.
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You are in the supermarket, but you've
left your at home.
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you have never driven a car.
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You've got a toothache, but you're
afraid of dentists.
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your flight was delayed yesterday.
Your mobile phone has been stolen,
and you keep all telephone numbers
there.
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You want to buy a car, but you don't
have enough money.
You can't stop coughing.

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37. I WON'T Bl READING A BOOK
SENTENCES
Next year, I

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38. BY THIS IlME NEXT YEAR
SENTENCES
By this time next year:
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2 (promise) !!!
3 (dream) .................................................. -............. .
By this time tomorrow:
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39. IT IS COLD, ISN'T IT?
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40. WHY DID YOU DO THAT?
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41. GEmNG TO KNOW YOU
Student A.
Read through the following sentences, then write down your answers on a separate piece of paper. Number your
answers 1-10.
: your favourite possession
: a thing you really like doing
: a thing you hate doing
: a thing that makes you laugh
: a thing you hated when you were a child
: the number of years you've had your job '
: the year when you finished school
: how long you've been ditting with your present partner
: the year when something important happened to you
: school subject you really hated
When you have finished, work with your partner. Give him/her the paper with your answers. Ask and answer about
the things you have written about.
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Read through the following sentences, then write down your answers on a separate piece of paper. Number your
answers 1-10. ,
: your favourite book
: a thing you really liked doing when you were a child
: a thing you hated doing 10 years ago
: a thing that makes you cry
: the name of the country you'd like to live in
: the number of years you've lived in yoi.ir present city
: the year when you started school
: how long you'. ve been studying English
: the name of the person you admire most
: the name of your most favourite relative
When you have finished, work with your partner. Give him/her the paper with your answers. Ask and answer about
the things you have written about.
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43. Irs A FACT!
Student A.
Unbelievable facts
1. Charlie Chaplin was paid ____ a week in 1915.
2. When awaking from a nights sleep, those of us that remember our dreams forget 50% of the dreams contents
after only 5 minutes.
3. Polybius was a mysterious game which caused _____ to all those who played it.
4. Heidi Klum is ____ and several of her works have appeared in US art magazines.
5. Ostriches can run faster than horses.
6. On average, there are _____ spiders per acre in green areas.
7. Fleas can jump up to 200 times their height.
8. Eleph,ants can smell ____ up to 3 miles away.
9. Many years ago in Scotland, a new game was invented. It was ruled "Gentlemen Only .. . Ladies Forbidden" ... and
thus the word "GOLF" entered into the English language.
10. In ancient China, doctors could receive fees only iftheir patient was cured.
11. People have been wearing _____ for about 700 years.
12. Acupuncture was first used as a medical treatment in 2700 BC by Chinese emperor Shen-Nung.
13. Coca-Cola was originally ____ _
14. China is the world's oldest known continuous civilization.
15. In early Rome, a father could legally ___ any member of his household.
16. Ketchup was sold in the l 830's as a medicine.
17. The dollar was established as the official currency of the US in __ _
18. A golden razor removed from Tutankhamen's tomb over 3000 years after his death was still sharp enough for
use.
19. The first country to abolish _______ was Austria, in 1787.
20. If a surgeon in Ancient Egypt lost a patient while performing an operation, his hands were cut off.
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43. IT'S A FACT!
Student B.
Unbelievable facts
1. Charlie Chaplin was paid $10,000 a week in 1915.
2. When awaking from a nights sleep, those of us that remember our dreams forget 50% of the dreams contents
after only minutes.
3. Polybius was a mysterious game which caused nightmares and amnesia to all those who played it.
4. Heidi Klum is an avid painter and several of her works have appeared in US art magazines.
5. Ostriches can run faster than ____ _
6. On average, there are 50,000 spiders per acre in green areas.
7. Fleas can jump up to _____ times their height.
8. Elephants can smell water up to 3 miles away.
9. Many years ago in Scotland, a new game was invented. It was ruled "Gentlemen Only ... Ladies Forbidden" ... and
thus the word ___ entered into the English language.
10. In ancient China, doctors could receive fees only iftheir patient was __ .
11. People have been wearing glasses for about 700 years.
12. Acupuncture was first used as ii medical treatment in ___ BC by Chinese emperor Shen-Nung.
13. Coca-Cola was originally green.
14. is the world's oldest known continuous civilization.
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15. In early Rome, a father could legally execute any member of his household.
16. Ketchup was sold in the 1830's as a ___ _
17. The dollar was established as the official currency of the US in 1785.
18. A golden razor removed from ______ 's tomb over 3000 years after his death was still sharp enough for
use.
19. The first country to abolish capital punishment was Austria, in 1787.
20. If a surgeon in Ancient Egypt lost a patient while performing an operation, his hands were ___ _
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46. WHO USED TO BE YOUR HERO?
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you used to
dream about ...
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What book
used to be your
favourite?
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SPACES
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weekends?
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your biggest
problem?
SPACES
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famous you
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dream about
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How did your life
use to be different
from now?
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Something
tasty you
used to buy
6
Who used
to be your
favourite
singer?
13
GO
FORWARD
FOUR
SPACES
16
GO BACK
TWO
SPACES
23
Who used to be
your best
friend?
How did your Did you use
parents use to to have a pet?
punish you?
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SPACES
4
. WHAT IS YOUR
FAVORITE
CHILDHOOD
MEMORIES
5
MISS A
TURN
14
What used to
be your
favourite dish?
15
What used to be
your favourite
place to be
alone?
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47. WHO IS THE SPY?
Find someone who ... Name(s)
1 ... has won I has been winning an Oscar for a comedy.
2 ... has made I has been making five goals in the World Cup.
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3 .. . has played I has been playing te.nnis since childhood.
4 ... has shot I has been shooting a new film about a spy in Germany.
5 ... has visited I has been visiting 50 countries in the world.
6 ... has gone I has been going to the moon.
7 .. . has spoken I has been speaking 10 foreign languages since he/she
was 12.
8 ... has earned I has been earning $5 mill ion.
9 ... has drunk I has been drinking a cup of tea with the Prime Minister.
10 ... has worked I has been working as a spy for the last three years.
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47. WHO IS THE SPY?
ROLE CARDS
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Role card A
You are a famous actor I actress from Hollywood.
You won an Oscar a year ago for a comedy. Next
week you are going to Spain to start making your
new film.
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, You are a famous footballer. You have recently
: made five goals and your team won the World
' Cup. Now you live in London. Next week you are
: invited to the Queen's Palace.
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: your childhood in Russia, but your parents went to
: live in the USA. You have won all the tournaments
r you took part in. You are dating with a famous
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Role card D
You are a famous film director. You have made a
lot of films about spies.
You have a mansion in Miami. Now you have been
shooting a new film about a spy in Germany for six
months.
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Role card E
You are a scandal reporter. You have quarreled
with a lot of people. You aren't married. But you
love travelling. You have travelled to 50 countries
already.
Role card F
You are a millionaire. You make money on oil.
Your hobby is space. Last year you travelled to the
moon. It cost you only $10 million.
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You are a top model. You advertise lots of famous
brands. You are married with one child. Your
money is increasing every year. For the last two
years you have earned $5 million.
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You are a psychiatrist. You can easily influence
people and make them do what you want. You
make the Prime Minister have a cup ofteawith you
every Monday.
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Role card J
You are a spy! Do not tell anyone! When people
ask you about your life, you have to lie! It's a good
idea to find out who the other person is first, then
you can pretend to be someone else. Invent facts
about yourself.
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48. INFINITWE DOMINOES
DOMINO CARDS
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i ... to have known this
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i . to be the saddest
! fairytale girl.
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Susan let him ...
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49. I WISH I WERE RICH!
Role card A.
Your name is Sarah I Bob and you are sitting in a doctor's waiting room. You are forty five years old and married.
There are a lot of things in your life you're not happy about. Start a conversation with the person next to you, and ask
questions about his/her life. During the conversation, tell him/her about problems and regrets below. Try to convince the
partner that your problems are worse.
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Health Family

You have a black eye after fighting;

Your wife I husband snores;

You are allergic to dust;

You have two grown-up children still

You picked up some shopping bags living with you;
and hurt your back yesterday;

You have the third wife I husband;

You suffer from mumps.

Your wife I husband earns less than
< you.
Job House

You work at nights;

You live on the 9th floor;

Your work is two hours a way from

The lifts in your block of flats never
your home; work;

You boss is very nervous;

You would like to move, but you can't

You have to work long hours . afford;
.

Your neighbours always shout at each
other.
Holidays Hobby

Last time you went on holidays was

You don't have enough time for your
7 years ago; hobby (invent any);

You would like to go on holidays

Your family is against your hobby;
every year, but your boss doesn't

You don't have money for your hobby .
give you any leave;

You'd like to go to the USA, but you
can't afford it.
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49. I WISH I WERE RICH!
Role card B.
Your name is Katie I Tom and you are sitting in a doctor's waiting room. You are forty five years old and married.
There are a lot of things in your life you're not happy about. Start a conversation with the person next to you, and ask
questions about his/her life. During the conversation, tell him/her about problems and regrets below. Try to convince the
partner that your problems are worse.
Health Family

You have a toothache, but you are

Your wife I husband doesn't wash up;
afraid of dentists;

Your children have dogs and you can't

You are allergic to dogs, but your visit them;
children have them at their houses;

Your brother visits you only when he

You can't cure your sore throat; has problems;

You suffer from insomnia.

Your wife I husband takes a shower in
a day.
Job House

Your office is near a big factory;

You live near the nightclub;

You work every weekend;

Your house is very old and there is no

Your boss is a spinster; hot water;

You have to work on holidays .

You would like to move to the
countryside, but your wife I husband is
against;

All your neighbours have dogs .
Holidays Hobby

Your partner likes active holidays but

You like going to the gym, but you've
you prefer the seaside; hurt your leg;

You would like to go on holidays only

You like knitting, but your family
in summer; laughs at you;

You'd like to go to any exotic country,

You like reading, but you've read all
but you can't afford it; the books from your library.
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50. HAVE YOU HAD YOUR HAIR CUT?
Find someone who ... Name(s)
... has had their car mended recently .
... has had their hair cut extremely .
... has had their teeth filled .
... thinks the weather has a big influence on their mood .
... has had their flat cleaned .
... has the window open when they are sleeping .
... has had any documents stolen .
... has had a chance to travel a lot.
..
... has had a quarrel with their partner .
... has had a new dress made .
... has had their eyes tested .
... has had their car washed .
... has had their flat decorated .
... has ever had their bag stolen .
... has had an operation.
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51. YOU WERE GOING TO Bl A POET
Student A.
You told your schoolmate you were going to: and your schoolmate told you he I she was going to:
0 dye your hair green 0 be a poet
0 become a famous lawyer 0 find a highly paid job
0 move to Hollywood 0 buy a Ferrari

buy a big house with a swimming pool 0 eat frogs every day
0 marry at 20 0 have your children studied in Oxford
0 have five children 0 move to New York

write a criminal story 0 work only two hours a day
0 own a beauty saloon 0 learn Japanese

grow your hair long . 0 write a bestseller

marry someone famous 0 make a lot of money
Student B.
You told your schoolmate you were going to: and your schoolmate told you he I she was going to:
0 be a poet 0 dye your hair green

find a highly paid job 0 become a famous lawyer

buy a Ferrari 0 move to Hollywood
0 eat frogs every day 0 buy a big house with a swimming pool

have your children studied in Oxford 0 marry at 20

move to New York 0 have five children
0 work only two hours a day 0 write a criminal story
0 learn Japanese 0 own a beauty saloon
0 write a bestseller 0 grow your hair long

make a lot of money 0 marry someone famous
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52. ASK AND llLL
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ASK
Till ASK
TELL
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3 4
TELL
TELL
TELL
ASK
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ASK
TELL
TELL
ASK
TELL
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ASK
TELL
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TELL ASK
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TE.LL
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TELL
TELL
ASK ASK ASK
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TELL ASK
TELL
FINISH
ASK
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"ask
cards"
1
why he/she likes
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what makes him/
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which books he/
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ifthere is
his/her job. her worry. she likes.
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something he/she
would like to buy.
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1
what makes him/
1
to say something
1
what he/she
1
what makes him/
1
about any duties
her happy. about a favourite usually does in her laugh. he/she used to
sportsman. the evening. have.

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1
Ask someone:
1
Ask someone:
1
Ask someone: Ask someone:
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to tell about about his/her if he/she likes to tell about the about his/her idea :
the happiest
1
favourite place
1
his/her in-laws.
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last film he/she of the perfect
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where he/she
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about favourite about rules of about any to describe his/
usually spends restaurant. social behaviour
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sightseeing in her weekend.
his/her free time.
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in your country.
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your city.

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about his/her
1
how many years
1
what he/she did about the place
of his/her last
holidays.
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about plans for
1
favourite singer. he/she has been
1
last weekend.
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the nearest future.
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learning English.

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1
time story.
1
delicious he/she
has tried.
what he/she about household
1
used to have as a
1
duties he/she
hobby. hates most of all.
what in his/her
life he/she would
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like to change.

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52.ASKAND TELL
"TELL" CARDS
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, Tell the others: , Tell the others: , Tell the others: , Tell the others:
"tell
cards"
about your
favourite time
spending.
about any
dangerous
1
situations in your :
I life.
about the ideal
age to get
married.
about the country
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describe a TV
programme you
hate.
: about someone
1
who used to be
your friend.
: something about : about five things : about a thing you
1
: the city you were
1
that make you : are really good at.
1
born in. embarrassed.
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: about how long :
you have been
living in your
city.
about your last
holiday abroad.
about the case
when your friend
1
let you down.
about your last : about your plans :
purchases.
1
for next summer.
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: Tell the others: :
: about what you :
: will be doing this :
: time tomorrow. :
Tell the others:
about things you
detest.
: Tell the others: :
: about the things :
: you hate doing in :
Tell the others:
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Tell the others: ,
your free time.
about the book
you didn't like
at all.
about last time
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you were late for :
work.
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about the about the : about the country : about your about someone
countries you
1
funniest situation : you would like to : childhood : who has made a
1
have visited. in your life. visit. memones. : big impression on :
you.
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h I b b h b 1
1
ow your parents
1
a . out your a out t e most a out your ast about your
: used to bring you : favourite expensive weekend. : favourite type of
1
up. relative. restaurant you sport.
have been.
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2. Hadfield, J., Elementary Grammar Games, Pearson Education Limited, 2001, p.128.
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p. 191.
8. Redson, Chr., Photocopiable Resources I Cutting Edge Upper-Intermediate, Teacher's Resource Book, Pearson
Education Limited, 1999, p. 175.
9. Rix.on, S., How to use games in language teaching, London: Macmillan. Publishers Ltd, 1981, p. 137.
10. Thornbury, S., How to teach grammar, Longman, 2006, p. 182.
11. Wright, A., Betteridge, D., & Buckby, M., Games for language learning (new ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 1994, p. 212.
12. Watcyn-Jones P. Grammar: Games and Activities for Teachers, Penguin Books, 2005, p. 186.
13. Zaorob M.L., Chin E. Games for Grammar Practice, Cambridge University Press, 2001, p.114 .
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