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Contents
page

1
2

3
4
5

Hello! I'm Jenny

Subject pronouns ; Present simple of be

A big book for Trig

Articles; Position of adjectives;


Nationality adjectives

Girls and boys

Plural of nouns

12

My teacher

Possessive adjectives

14

Is it Nick's?

Possessives

16

Revision 1
6
7
8
9

10

18

What has Jenny got?

Present simple of have got

20

These are mine

Demonstratives; Possessive pronouns

22

A picnic

Countable and uncountable nouns

24

I like school

Present simple with I, you, we and they

26

Chip likes bones

Present simple with he, she and it

28

Revision 2

11. Do you like sport?


12 What do you play?
13
14

30
Present simple in yes/no questions

32

Questions with what, who, etc.;


Prepositions of time

34

Slow down, Trig

Imperatives

38

What is there in Merton?

there is/are; some and any with plura l nouns; 40


Prepositions of place

15

Can he speak English?

can for ability

Revision 3

16 Trig is helping
1 7 Can you see them?

44
46

Present continuous

48

Object pronouns;

52

like, love, hate + -ing form

18
:9

Can I go out?

can for permission; must for necessity

56

How much milk?

some and any with uncountable nouns;


how much, how many

58

20

How often do you help?

Adverbs of frequency

62

Revision 4

21 Tom plays football


22 Nick had a bad dream
23 Did Trig help?

66
Present simple or continuous? let's

68

Past simple of be; Past simple of have

72

Past simple of regular verbs; ago

76

24

Nick lost his money

Past simple of irregular verbs

80

25

What's Trig going to do?

be going to

84

Revision 5

88

Wordlist

90

Verb forms

94

Hello! I'm Jenny


Subject pronouns; Present simple of be
Hello! My name 's
Jenny Bell. Nick's my
brother. He 's twelve.

Grammar lesson
Subject pronouns
Singular
you
he
she
it

Jenny Bell
Plural
Jenny's my sister.
She's nine.

we
you
they

A perso n is he

or she.

Nick Bell
I'm not. I'm
eleven!
A th ing is it.

We're from Merton. It's


in England. And this is
Chip. He's a good dog.

An anima l is it

or he/ she (for


example , a pet) .

Jenny } .
She
IS eleven.

NiCk} .
He
IS twelve.

Jenny and Nick }


They
are from Merton.

C a er 1

Present simple of be
Long forms

Short forms

Questions

Singular

I am
you are
he is
she is
it is

I am not
you are not
he is not
she is not
it is not

I'm
you're
he's
she's
it's

I'm not
you aren't
he isn't
she isn't
it isn't

am I?
are you?
is he?
is she?
is it?

Plural

we are
you are
they are

we are not
you are not
they are not

we're
you're
they're

we aren't
you aren't
they aren't

are we?
are you?
are they?

Are you from Merton?


Is Nick twelve?
Is Jenny twelve?

Short answers
Yes, I am. OR No, I'm not.
Yes, he is.
No, she isn't.

Words to learn
brother
good
sister
person
dog
thin g
pet
animal
small
town

Don't use short forms (I'm, you're, etc.)


in short answers with yes.

What's missing?

Hello!
Write am, is or are.

Write in the missing words .


Long forms

Short forms

we are

~ ~~. r~

he 's

I'm

she isn 't

yo u are not

we are not

they 're

............ .

Hello! I

~ .~~ ......... ...

Jenny. She

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

sister. We

3 ................

4 ................
7

it's

I am not

h e is not

eleven. We

Nick and [h is
2 .. .. ........... .

brother and sister. I

twelve and Jenn y

6 .... . ... . .. . ... .

7 ................

Trig. He

my

5 .. ............ ..

fro m Me rton. This

8 .. .. ............

from

planet Triglon .

Chapter 1

What's your name?


Write the short forms.

Write ten true sentences. Use three blocks: 1, 2, 3.

l e>. m. .. .. Jenny.
We

2 ... . ....

Nick

Make sentences

1 .. . .....

my broth er.

brother and sister. He

3 .. .. .. . .

twelve and I 4 . .. . .... eleven. We 5 . . ... . .. from

13 eleven. 111 They 111 She 111 Nick I ~


11 Jenny 113 from Triglon 113 from Merton. I
11 Trig 113 twelve. I 11 Nicky and Jenny I
12 are 11 1 He I

Merton. Trig 6 . . . .. . . . from Merton. He 7 . .. .. . . .


from Triglon .

Change the sentences


Write sentences. Use he , she, it or they .

c>

Jenny's eleven .

.$h~.'? .. ~J~X~r1 ~ ....... .. ....... ... ...... ..........

c>

Trig isn 't from Merton.

H~ .. .i.~~.J .. fr:-~I'!\ ...1Yl~r:-:l:'m ~ ... ............. ..


1 Nick isn't eleven.

2 Nick's twelve.

3 Jenny isn't twelve.

4 Nick and Jenny are brother and sister.

5 Mr and Mrs Bell are from Merton.

6 Merton's a small town.

7 Trig's from Triglon.

8 Triglon's a small planet.

9 Ch ip 's a good dog.


10 Chip 's four.

Chapte r 1

11She

~ 1 3 from

Merton.

c> .~~r:ln~...i.~ .. fr~l'!\ ...1Yl~r:l:c?r1~ ..... ....... .. ... .


c> .$h~ .. .i.~ .. fr:-~I'!\ ...1Yl~r:-:l:c?r1 ~ .. ....... .. .... .... ..

e Zoe, Carlo, Maria and George

Cl. What's the same? (Where are they from?

How old are they?)

Jenny's on the bus with Zoe and Carlo. Zoe's


from Greece. She 's thirteen. Carlo's from Italy.
He 's twelve.

Maria and Carlo

.1YI~r:-j~...~r14 .. .c;..c;t:'.I9. ..~r.~ ...fr.C?m ..H.c;\~~ ....

--------

George and Zoe

Zoe and Maria

Nick and Jenny

Nick and Carlo

5 Jenny and George

'b

Give a short answer.

q
q
Nick's in the park with Maria and George.
Maria's from Italy. She 's thirteen. George is
from Greece. He's eleven.

Is Nick from England?


Yes, he is.
Are Zoe and Carlo in the park?
No, they aren't.

1 Is Nick in the park?


2 Is Nick with Zoe and Carlo?
3 Are Maria and George on th e bus ?
4 Is Jenny on the bus?
5 Are Maria, George and Nick in the park?
6 Are Zoe and Carlo with Jenny?
7 Is Carlo twelve?
8 Are Zoe and Maria thirteen ?
9 Is Zoe from Greece?
10 Is Carlo from Greece?
11 Is Jenny thirteen?
12 Is George eleven?
13 Are Nick and Carl o tw elve?
14 Is Maria from Engl and ?
15 Is Maria from Ital y?
16 Are Nick and Zoe from Ital y?
17 Are you from England?
18 Are yo u from Greece?

Chapter 1

A big book for Trig


Articles; Position of adjectives; Nationality adjectives
Here 's a big book for you ,
Trig. It's blue .

The big book 's


an English
dictionary.

),

The small book's


a grammar book.
And here 's a small book.
It's yellow.

Grammar lesson
Articles: a/an and the

Nationality adjectives

We use
1 a 1;)1 before a consonant:
a book, a small book
2 an I;)nl before a vowel:
an English dictionary
3 the 10;)1 before a consonant:
the book, the yellow book
4 the Ic)!1 before a vowel:
the English book

Country

Adjective and language

America
Au strali a
Ch ina
Egypt
England
Gre ece
Ita ly
Japan
Spai n
Turkey

American
Australian
Chinese
Egyptian
English
Greek
Italian
Japanese
Spanish
Turkish

Vowels are the letters a, e, i, 0 and u.


Consonants are the other letters of the
alphabet. Sometimes a vowel sounds like
a consonant (u /j/):
a 1;)1 useful book, the 10;)1 useful book

Position of adjectives
We put adjectives
1 before a noun :
a big book, a good dog
2 after the verb be:
It's blue. Chip is good.

Chapter 2

an English boy
Dimitris is Greek.
the Turkish language
Carlo is Italian.

Write the country, the adjective and the


language with a capital letter (Italy, Italian).

e Partner memory game

Words to learn
big
book
dictionary
useful
banana
egg
sandwich
apple
orange
spoon
plate
cake

elephant/grey

~JJ-

What's in the basket?


cup/red

~ aeroplane/yellow~

pencil/green
English
dictionary
blue
rUler/~

~
exerCise
book/
red
Write a or an.

c::>
c::>

.~ ......

banana

~t:l.....

egg

........

sandwich

........

orange

..... . . .

spoon

........

cake

..0 .....

apple
plate

a Guess the words


Write the words .

c::> an * pple .~t:l... ~p.pJ~ ...


c::> a *rothe * ~ .. p.t:"~th~!..
1 an *gg ............... .
2 a *ister .............. ..

3 a *andwich .............. ..
4 a *late .............. ..
5 an *range ............... .
6 a *p*on ........ ...... ..
7 a *ak* .... .... . .. .... .

Cl.

Look at the picture for one ;---::- _:~ = :~=- ::-=book. Tell your partner \\'h2>~ ::- =---=- ~.=-.. ~ =this:

8 a *anan* ... . .... . ...... .


9 an *nimal .............. ..
10 a *ook . . .... . . . . .. . .. .

b Your partn er tells yo . : : . ~

c::>

C:::::1:"':-5 .. : :-;~ ::--.5

The apple 's gree "

Chap e

o Make sentences
Put the words in the right order.

Chip is a
good dog.

c:::> .~h ip...l9 .. .~ .. sC?9.4 .. ~C?9.... ............ .. .......... ... ... .... ..... ... ..... ... ................. .. .. .. .. ..... ........ .
1

3
4
5

6
7

8
9

0 Ifriend. I Igood I @] .... ........ ..... ..... ....... .. ..... ........... ..... .... ...... ..... ................ .
Iisn 't ' I ITriglon I 0 Iplanet 1 ~ ... .. .. ...... .. .. .. .. ....... .... .. .... .... .. ... .... .. .. ..................... ..
Itown. I 0 IMerton I @] Ismall I..... ... ... .... ...... .... ......... ....... ....... ............... ........ .... ... ..
Iisn 't 11big. I Igrammar 11book 11The I.... ...... ........ ... .............. ............... ........ ............. ...
IThe I @] Idictionary 11 blue. I .. ...... ...... ....... ............................................. .
] IJenny 11English. I I and 11 Nick I....... ... ..... .. .. ... ... ... .. .... ... ... ... ......... ............. ........ .
I Italian. 11 Carlo I ~ ] I Maria I.. .... ... .. ..... .. ...... ....... .......... .. ......... .. .... ......... ..... ..
I Greek I @] 0 I Dimitris 11name. I .... .. .............. .......................... .. .......................... ..
I Carlo I ~ Iname. 11Italian I @] ...... .. ..... .. ...... .... ......... ........... ..... .. ... ...... ............. ..
[@gJ

10 I isn ' t 11English 11Trig 11 name. I ~ ......... .. .. .. .. ............ .. ..................... .. .... .. .... .. ...... ..

Chapter 2

What are they?


Put in a or an and a nationali ty adjective.
~

English

7 Egyprian

9 American

11 Japanese

12 Italian

London is

~n .. ;~sl.i~h .........

city.

1 It's .. . .. . ....... ........... flag.

7 It's ... . ...... . .. . . . .. . . . . . . flag.

2 It's . . . ... . ..... .. ..... . . ... flag.

8 It's ............ .......... . . flag.

3 It's .. . ...... . .... . ... . .. ... stamp.

9 It's ...... .... .. ...... .. . .. . flag.

4 It's . . .. . . . . . .... . ....... ... stamp.

10 Madrid is ......... . . .. . .. .. . . .... city.

5 It's .. . ....... . ... . .... .. . .. stamp.

11 It's . . ....... .. . . . . . .. . .. . .. coin.

6 It's .. . ....... . ... . ...... ... coin.

12 Rome is .. . . . .. ... . . . .. .. .. ..... city.

Chapter 2

Girls and boys


Plural of nouns

::
In the park I see a man , a woman with two
babies, and two old women on a bench.

Grammar lesson

Words to learn

Plural of nouns

ma n
ch ild

Regular plurals

Singular

Plural

1 Add s.

girl
boy

girls
boys

ch
0

s
sh
x

bench
tomato
bus
bush
box

benches
tomatoes
buses
bushes
boxes

3 After a consonant change y to ies.


baby
babies
Irregular plurals

Singular

Plural

child
man
woman
person

children
men
women
people

ron unciation
- after Ipl , Itl, Ik/, If I, 18/: pets
IZ after Isl , Iz/, ISI, 13/, ItSI, Id3/: buses
z. after oth er sounds: girls

Chapter 3

woman
baby
bench
boy
girl
bush
bird

bus
tree

Make lists
Write the plurals in the right lists.

2 Add es to:

At the bus stop I see two men and three children


- a boy and two girls. The boy is Nick. And look it's Trig in the bushes!

boy ./
country./
dictionary
bus
s

girl
person
bench
man

child
woman
bush
dog

es and ies

baby
animal
bird
city
irregular

At the market
Complete the words.

Find the differences. Write what you see.


In Picture A I see
c::> Rt:1.~ .. ~C?m~t:1. . . ..

In Picture B I see
c::> ~WR .. ~.c?~~t:1. .. .

Chapter 3

My teacher
Possessive adjectives
My teacher is Miss Mill.
She's kind. Her favourite
colour is yellow.

Grammar lesson
Possessive adjectives
Pronouns
I
you
he
she
it
we
you
they

My teacher is Mr Blake.
He's tall. His favourite food
is pizza.

Adjectives
my
your
his
her
its
our
your
their

I'm a good friend. My name's Trig.


We're from Merton. Our surname's 8ell.

Words to learn
teacher kind favourite
colour tall food school
friend surname sport

Here's our schoo l.


It's in Park Street. Its

Her name's ...


Put in my, his, her, its, our or their.
jenny and Nick are from Merton .
surname 's Bell.

1 ........

c::> ThC?~!.

friends, Tom and

Amanda, are from Merton too. jenny's eleven.


2 . ...... .

brother Nick is twelve, Chip is

3 ....... .

dog. 4 ........ school is in Park Street. 5 ...... ..


name is Park Street School.
Here are our friends. Their names are
Amanda and Tom.

JENNY

Nick is

6 ........

brother.

7, .......

teacher is

Mr Blake. Tom and Amanda are 8 ....... .


friends. Chip is
NICK

9 . .......

dog.

. 10 ........ sister.
.
11 .. .. .... t each er
jenny IS

is Miss Mill. 12 ........ school is Park Street


School.

Chapte r 4

a Favourites
Write about Jenny, Nick, Mr and Mrs Bell and you.
Use her, his, their and my.
Jenny

Nick

Mr and Mrs Bell

You

blue
swimming
chocolate cake

red
football
pizza

yellow
tennis
steak

?
?
?

Colour
Sport
Food

Mr and Mrs Bell

Jenny

c::> H~r. .. f~Y~l:1r.i.~~... c;..c?!C?~r... i.!? ...~!'="'.~ ~ .. ...... .

Nick

You

Guessing game
Choose a boy or girl.
Ask the class to guess the name.

c::>

YOU

CLASS
YOU

CLASS
YOU

CLASS
YOU

CLASS
YOU

It's a girl.
Is her favourite food chicken?
Yes, it is.
Is her favourite sport swimming?
No, it isn 't.
Is her favourite colour blue?
No, it isn 't.
Is it Kate?
Yes, it is!

Ask your partner


Ask and answer questions about favourite
colours, food and sports, like this:

c::>

YOU
PARTNER

Alex basketball

Layla swimming

Ken fo orba ll

spaghetti red

pizza blue

steak blue

Ann tennis
chicken blue

Kate tennis
chicken red

Liz swimming
pizza red

Ah ~ ==:::c. ..

Mike 8aSKet' a I

chicken blue

What's your favourite colour?


My favourite colour 's orange.
Chapte r

41

Is it Nick's?
Possessives

Is it Jenny's tennis racket or Nick's?

Is it the children 's bailor the dog's?

Are they the girls' bicycles or the boys'?

This is Trig's exercise book.

Grammar lesson
Possessives

Plural

1 Use 's or s' with people and animals.

They're the girls' bicycles.

OR

They're the girls'.

Singular
It's Nick's tennis racket.

It's the dog's ball.

OR

OR

It's Nick's.

It's the dog's.

ra.~

(~\

2 Use's with irregular plurals.


Trig is the children 's friend.

' ~ ;J
If

Possessive
the dog's ball

'

Th ey're Jenny's books.

OR

Short form of is
Chip's a dog.

They're Jenny's.

Words to learn
tennis racket
best
ball

Chapter 5

bicycle
old
new

e Who are they?

Nick talks about his pictures


Circle the possessives and the short forms.
Then write two lists.

Make sentences.

Mrs Allen? (Tom - mother)


Mrs Allen is Tom's mother.

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

(if

This is
b~t friend. His~a:;I"}J Tom Allen.
Look at Tom's old bicycle. An ook at his dad's
ol d car. Tom's ball's in the tree.

Mrs Todd? (Amanda - mother)


Mr Allen? (Tom - father)
Mr Blake? (Ni ck - teacher)
Amanda? (Mrs Todd - daughter)
Jenny? (Nick - sister)
Tom? (Mr Allen - son)
Trig? (children - friend )
Amanda? Qenny - best friend)
Miss Mill? Qenny - teacher)
Tom? (Nick - best frien d)

It's Jenny's apple


Write sentences.
q

Chip

the dogs

f
2

the teaCht/1er
~

r;!,'~'"

5 Jenny
This is Jenny's best friend. Her name's Amanda
Todd. Amanda's twelve. Amanda's bicycle's new.
Short forms

Possessives

=>

Tqr(l.'~...... . ....... .

...... ....... .

n~m~ . ~

)-:~

.H \ ..~h)p :~ ...~~J.I~ .. .. ......... ......... ...... ..

Th~~ ~~~.. .th~ ...4~g~ ~ ...~~. I ) s.' .. . ... .. ... ....... .

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

3 ....... .......... ...... . .. . ...... . ............. . ..... .


4

................... . ... . .. . ...... . ................... .

5 . . .. ... . . . . ......... . . . . . ............................ .

6
Chapter 5

Revision 1 (chapters

1-5)

o Family and friends


Complete the sentences. Use a subject pronoun with a form of be or a possessive adjective.

MRS AND MRS BELL:

.W~.'r.~ ........ .... ... Nick and Jenny's parents.

They're R'="'r ............. ..... children.


1 NICK AND JENNY: ........................ brother and sister.
2 JENNY: This is my teacher. .................. .. .. .. name is Miss Mill.
3 CARLO: .... ... ................. from Merton . I'm from Italy.
4 NICK: Miss Mill isn't my teacher. .. ... .... . .... . ... . .. .. . Jenny's teacher.
5 AMANDA: ........................ from Triglon, Trig?
6 JENNY AND NICK: Chip is ........................ dog.
7 TOM: Carlo and Maria are from Italy. ........ .. ..... .. ....... English.
8 NICK: This is my teacher. .. ...................... name is Mr Blake.

Yes or no?
Answer the questions. Write short answers.

~ Are Tom and Amanda brother and sister?


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

NR

l ..

~h~~...~r~t:l.'~~ ......... .. ................................ .

Are Nick and Jenny from Merton? ................ .. . .. .. .. .. .... .............................................. ..


Is Tom Nick's best friend? ................. ..... .. .................... . .......................................... .
Are you from Merton? ... ........................ .. .............................. ................................. .
Is Amanda Jenny's best friend? .............. . ...... . .......... .. ...... . ................ . ....................... .
Are you eleven? ..................... ... . ....... .. .. .. ... ........................ ............ . ...................... .
Is your English book red? ......................................................................................... .
Is Chip a good dog? ....................... . ...................................................................... .
Are Carlo and Maria English names? .......................................................................... .

People's things
Put the letter in the box.
~ Trig's cake

1
2
3
4

5
6
7
8

the
the
the
the
the
the
the
the

girl's school
teacher's books
woman's baby
child's sandwiches
teachers' books
girls' school
children's sandwiches
woman's babies

a ~

[!]

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

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Word puzzle
Write the missing words in the puzzle. Find the missing word for Trig.

q
1
2
3
4
5
6

Pizza is Nick's favourite .f9.C?~.............. . . .


Athens is a .. ...................... city.
Jenny is Nick's ...................... ..
Miss Mill is Jenny's ....................... .
Alien is Tom's .................... .. ..
........................ is my favourite colour.
Merton isn't a big town. It's ...................... ..

qf

I
14
5

Colours
Find the names of the eight colours. Then colour the snake. Use the right colours .
.-~"""'"-{

Mistakes
Find the mistakes. Write the words correctly.
~

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10

~A

b'c
cl/7'
/7 .Amanda
I Y
"" IS n""w.
. ..........IS, ......... .
Tom IS NiCk5' friend.. . ...................... ..
A ~rcA.mmo.r book IS cA.n u.5efu.1 book . ...................... ..
lhey cA.re NiCk '5 5cA.nd..wich5 . .. ............... .. .... .
Chip i5 the chMren5' d..o~ . ...................... ..
Au.5trcA.licA. cA.nd.. ChincA. cA.re b!g cOu.ntrY5 . ...................... ..
lhi5 i5 Jenny'5 be5t friend... f+i5 hcA.m<Z '5 AmcA.nd..cA. . .................. . . , . , .
I CcA.n 5ee two WOmcA.n5 in the pcA.rk. .. .................... ..
Jenny, i5 you.r brother '5 hcA.me NiCk? - Ye5, he i5 . ................ . ...... .
Tom i5 cA. t:~li5h boy. .. .................... ..
Jenny cA.nd.. AmcA.nd..cA. i5 friend..5 . ...................... ..

,
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,b',Q

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Revision 1

What has Jenny got?


Present simple of have got
Words to learn

This is Jenny's bedroom. She's got a television,


but she hasn't got a computer. She's got a desk .
and a lamp.

The words in exercise 1.

What have you got?


Look at the pictures. Say what you 've got and
what you haven 't got. Make ten sentences.

c::? I've got a watch, but I haven't got an


alarm clock.

wet:

alarm clock

~
pep

Grammar lesson
Present simple of have got
Use have got for possession.
Long forms
I have
you have
he has
she has
it has
we have
you have
they have
I have not got
he has not got

got

Short forms
I've
you've
he's
she's
it's
we've
you've
they've

got

I haven't got
he hasn't got

Questions and short answers


Have you got a computer? Ves, I have.oR
No, I haven't.
Has your mother got a car? Yes, she has.
OR No, she hasn't.
Don 't use got in short answers!

ruler

calculator

lamp
bicycle

Chapter 6

a What's in their school bags?


0.

Write what the children have got and what


they haven't got.

c::?

Jenn~

Maria

.~~I')!1~.';;...g~t. ...~n .. ~~I.~;;.)...~.. r':l.l~r:-~ ...~ .... .

~~I~~I.~t.Rr...~~4 ..~ .. p.~!1c;:..i .I ....$h~...b$l~t:l.l


SC?~ .. ~I') ...~'!C~r:-~ i.~... P.C?9.~...C?!... ~.. .r:-~~.~~r:- !

b Ask your partner what' s in his or her scho ol


bag. Make questions like this :
1 Tom

c::?

YOU
PARTNER

Have you got a pe ncif7


Yes, I have. OR No, I haven't.

e Partner game
CL Write six sentences with

I've got. Use a colour

and a thing:

2 Nick

red
blue
green
yellow
white
black

pencil
pencil case
pen
exercise book
school bag
rubber

c::? J'.~~ .. SC?t . ~ .. gr.~~n .. .p.~I')~ H....... ..... ......


c::?

J~~~ .. SC?~ .. ~ .. r~4 .. .p.~I')~! I.. .~~~ ~ ....... ... ..

3 Carlo

4 Amanda

'b Now guess th e things on yo ur partner's list.


c::?

YOU
PARTNER

Have y ou got a w hite pencil?


Yes . I have. OR No, I haven 't.

Chapter 6

These are mine


Demonstratives; Possessive pronouns

No, they're yours .


Those are mine.

Grammar lesson
Possessive pronouns

Demonstratives
Singular
Plural

this
that

OR

these
those

OR

this sock

OR

OR

this shirt
that shirt
these shirts
those shirts

these socks

Adjectives
my
your
his
her
our
your
their

Pronouns
mine
yours
his
hers
ours
yours
theirs

It's my book. OR It's mine.


They're her books. OR They're hers.
These are ours and those are yours.
Is that Nick and Jenny's dog? Yes, it's theirs.

Words to learn
shirt here
footba II boots
coat
scarf

Chapter 7

over there
socks
shoes
gloves
baseball cap

These and those


Circle the right words.
c::::>

~These are my shirt.

1 These are/Those are our tennis rackets over there.


2 This isIThese are jenny's school bag.
3 That 's/This is your bag here.
4 This is/These are Tom 's boots.
5 That 's/Those are Nick's socks.

6 This is/That's Chip's ball in the garden.


7 These areIThose are his boots over there.
8 Th ose areIThat's Nick's shirt.
9 These areIThis is jenny's tennis racket.
10 And those are/these are Trig's socks over
there!

a This exercise
Put in this is or these are.

Jh!..

.i~

..... Nick's coat

L1~

1 .. . .. . .......... jenny's gloves


2

4 ................ the
5

9
:l

:t~ ..

V~

cW

Look at exercise 2 and answer the ques(ions.

c::::> mi.t:l~ ......

c::::>

you

1 . ... . ..... ...... 2

he

she

4 . . ... . ........ ..

o His, hers or theirs?

~and ........... . .... his socks. ~~

Write in the missing words.

and ................ his boots.

and ................ his ball.

What's missing?

....... .,

8~

children~02..1 and ................ the:;~tsy

.... . ........... Trig 's scarf

m~

\\I':,!-.. his shoes.

~ ~ and ......... .. ..... her school bag. ~

................ Nick's baseball cap

3 ................ Tom's shirt

and

his
5 ................

we

6 ................

7 . ...............

you

your

8 ................

(hey

9 . ... .... ........

10 .. .............

c::::> Are the gloves jennis?

.Y~.~ .. :t:~~.~ ~r:-~ .. ~r:-~ ....

c::::> Is the coat Trig's?

No .......
it isn
l ...
his.
....
... ....
..... .

~py.,

f;);;;;

).

Is the baseball cap Nick's? .. . "" " ."" .. ,,

Are the shoes jenny's7 .. . " " " "",, .. .

jjXlJi

Are the books the children's7 "" " ........... .

~~

Is the shirt Nick's? .. . ,,"""""'"

Are the rackets th e ch ildren's7 ................ .

Is the school bag j enny' s7 . . ............... .

ti}---.-f
.. ~

/_0.--0
~\

7 Are the socks Trig's7 " .......... . .... .


':

Look at the pictures. Is it my baU, or yours?


Say it like this:
c::::>

It's my ball. It's mine.


Chapter 7

A picnic
Countable and uncountable nouns
I've got some bread,
some cheese and
some milk.

Grammar lesson

Words to learn

Countable nouns

bread milk orange juice biscuit


cheese water sugar sweet

Banana, apple, orange and biscuit


are countable.
Singular
a banana
a biscuit

Plural
three bananas
four biscuits

Use some with plural countable nouns if


the number isn't important.
I've got some bananas.
We 've got some biscuits.

Uncountable nouns

oA

picnic
Write a, an or some.
~

~ ........... . ..

banana

.~C?m~ .........

cheese

1 ................ water
2 ................ bread

Bread, cheese, milk and orange ju ice are


uncountable, so don 't add s!
bread~ cheese~ milk~ orange juice1

3 ................ sandwich

Use some (not a/an) with uncountable nouns.


I've got some bread.
We 've got some milk.

5 ................ orange juice

The verb is singular with uncountable nouns.


Bread is cheap.
This milk is cold.

7 ................ app le

4 ................ eggs
6 ................ tomatoes
8 ................ 'chocolate
9 ................ biscuit
10 ..... . .......... sweets
11 .......... .. .... che rries

12 ................ orange
Chapter 8

Right or wrong?
Put a ./ for 'right' and a

X for 'wrong'.

a/an

some

[KJ

r~

/~)

~/ "-

'?,

'-

I~ / /

C)
'..

-.

:'. .

l~

~//

~]

[{]

---~

Cc~

m
fLOUR

.&

/L:::::!

~;:-:~

~~j

10

11

12

O~

What have they got?

\~

J
___ 1)

Nic k

1 Nick's got .................... and ................... .


2 Amanda's got .................... and ................... .
3

Miss Mill's got .................... and ................... .

4 Tom's got .................... and ................... .


5

Mr Blake's got .................... and ................... .

6 Trig's got ........... . ........ , .................... , .................... ,


.................... , .................... and ...... . .. . ......... .
Chapter 8

I like school
Present simple with I, you, we and they
Jenny and Nick get up at seven thirty on weekdays .
They walk to school. They wear school uniform .

Words to learn
get up walk wear like hate go
do watch play have start work
read listen write phone

I like school.
It's fun.

Jenny and Nick's day


Put in do (x2) , get up ./ , go (x2), have (x2),
play, start, walk, watch .
Jenny and Nick
They

I don't like school. I hate

c::> s~t . ~p." , ..

1 ........ . ..... ,.

2 .. . .... . .... .. ..

breakfast at eight. They

to school. Lessons 3 ., .. "

at nine o' clock. The children


at school. They
They go home at three thirty. Then they do their
homework. After dinner they watch television or
play games. They go to bed at nine o'clock.

lunch. They
Then they

at seven thirty.

4 " .. ,. ," , . . ... ,

5, , , , , . " " " , . ,.

6 ,., . ,,', ...... ,.

7" , , , , , , , . , , , , "

, ' , .. .... ,

lunch

m ore work after

home at th ree thirty.

thei r hom ework. After

dinner they 8 . . . ", ...... " .. television or they


9 .... , .. .. .. .. .. ,

Grammar lesson

we
they

like

~ou

we
they

do not like
don't like

OR

Use the present simple


1 for repeated actions, sometimes with
time phrases such as on weekdays or
every day:
On weekdays they get up at seven thirty.
They walk to school every day.
2 for facts which do not change:
The children wear school uniform.
3 wi th verbs such as love, hate, like,
dislike :
I don 't like school. I hate Maths.

Chapter 9

10, ........ .. .... .

to

bed at nine o'clock.

Present simple with I, you, we


and they

~ou

gam es. Th ey

Your day
Comp are Jenny and Nick's day w ith your day.
Say what you do.

c::>

Jenny and Nick get up at seven thirty.

I get up at seven o'clock. OR


I get up at seven thirty, too.
1 Jenny and Nick have breakfast at eight o'clock.
2 . They walk to schoo l.
3 Th eir lessons start at nine o' clock .
4 They work from nine o'clock to one o'clock .
5 They have lunch at school.
6 They go hom e at three thirty.
7 They do their hom ework be fore dinner.
8 After dinner they watch television .
9 Th ey go to bed at nine o' cl ock .
10 Th ey read in bed .

o Nick's class
:l.

Say what the pupils like and what they don't like.

15
Maths
5
14
6
English
9
Geography
11
12
8
History
10
Science
10
2
PE
18
13
7
Music
4
Art
16

o Nature quiz
These sentences are wrong. Correct them.
Use this information :
in
in
in
in

c::>

c::> Five pupils like Maths and fifteen pupils

the ground
Australia
the sea
China

in cold countries
in the air ./
in hot countries

~~

~~ ~
..e.ir.4~...49.r:a~1:... fl~ .. !r1 ..1:h(f...~~~ .......... .
.Th~~ .. fl.~ .. .in .. ~~... ~.ir.......... ........ .... ..
Birds fly in the sea.

~ .. I~\

'0

Now say what you like and what you don't like.

/-~ "'-?{)

~ 'w ~ ~ (~n

don't like Maths.

~~" rf~~~iJ~

Pandas live in Australia.

~~~~._{,I~

c::> I like English, but I don't like History.


Hobbies and interests
Say what you do and what you don't do in
your free time.

/A/? L~ 1{0 ~

2 Fish swim in the air. z.~~? ~ ~;-J

c::> read magazines


I read magazines.

c::> go

to the cinema

I don't go to the cinema.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16

read books
watch television
read comics
listen to the radio
read poems
play the piano
play football
write emails
read newspapers
play volleyball
phone friends
play the guitar
listen to music
play basketball
watch films
write letters

3 Bananas grow in cold countries.

d;
~

.................................. ~ ..~ . ~
... .~

4 Kangaroos live in China.

~7.

~~

""

,--.

1:9

J)1

5 Peanuts grow on trees.

Jlk w
d

6 Penguins live in hot countries.

Chapter 9

Chip likes bones


Present simple with he, she and it

Make lists
These verbs have got different endings with
he , she and it. Write them in three lists.
play v'
watch v'
carry v'
go
do

Chip likes bones. He buries them in the garden.


He watches television. He plays with his ball.
He doesn't like Fluff, the neighbours' cat.
He chases her every day!

walk
start
catch
see
try

wash
say
dry
chase
bury

hurry
miss
fly
mix
run

es

q p!.;l~~ .....

ies

q ~.;l~c;.h~~

q ~~~r:-J~.~ ..

Grammar lesson
Present simple with he, she and it
he } .
she
likes
it

he }
she
it

does not OR
d
't I'k
oesn I e

Remember the s after he/she/it!


Chip likes bones.
He doesn't like the neighbours' cat.

1 Add es to ch, 0, s, sh and x.


watch he/she/it watches
he/she/it does
do
miss he/she/it misses
wash he/she/it washes
he/she/it mixes
mix

El

Daily timetable
Write the times.
I get up

at .~~~~t:l. . .thirt~ ~ .. .

I have breakfast

at . . . . . .. ... . . ... . .. .. . .

2 After a consonant change y to ies.


bury he/she/it buries
carry he/she/it carries
he/she/it tries
try

I go to school

at ..... . ...... . ....... . .

I go home

at ...... ... ... . . . .. . .. . .

I have lunch

at ..... ... ... . ... .... . . .

Pronunciation
does IdAZI goes Ig;mzl

I do my homework

at . . ... . ...... .. ..... . . .

I have dinner

at . . ... . ....... . . . ... . . .

I watch television

at ..... . .. . ......... ... .

I go to bed

at ........... . . . ...... . .

says Isezl

Words to learn
bury
carry

chase catch
see run

Exchange books with a partner. Read out to


the class what your partner does, like this:

Chapter 10

He/She gets up at seven thirty.

Chip
Put in the verbs with the right endings.

c::> .~I.~~.p~....... . in

sleep

In summer Chip

wake

He

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

up very early.

bark, make

He

2 ................

at the birds and

do

noise. He 4 .. . .. . .......... n 't like the postman. He sometim es

tear

5 . . . . ............

dig

He 6 ............. . .. holes in the garden and

bury

7 .......... . . ....

chase

Every day he 8 ................ Fluff, the neighbours' cat,

catch

but he never

go

He 10 .............. . . to the shops with Mrs Bell.

carry

He

chew

Unfortunately, he 12 ........... . .... the newspaper, and

see, drop

when he 13 .. .. ....... . .. .. a cat he 14 ................ it

run

and 15 . . ... . .......... off.

3 .............. . .

a lot of

his trousers .

his bones.

9 ........... . ....

11 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

her.

h er newspaper In
. h IS
' mout h .

o Class game

Food
Say what they like and what they don 't like.

c::> Jenny likes peaches, but she doesn't like


apples.
Nick likes apples, but he doesn 't like peaches.
Trig likes peaches and apples.
Chip doesn't like peaches or apples.

oe a ches
ap pl es
:::ar ro ts
:o m a toes
::lra nge juice
:-:ti lk
::ggs
:;: zza
::: :eaks
:::on es

the garden .

Jenny

Nick

./
X
./
X
./
./
X
./
./
X

Trig

Have you got a good memory? Pl ay [his game


round the class. Say what you like. Begin \\'irh
a , b, c, etc.

c::>

PUPIL
PUPIL

Chip
PUPIL

./
X

./
X

./
X

./
./
X

./
./
./
./
./
./
./
X
X
X

I like apples.
B A likes apples and J like bana nas.
c A likes apples, B likes bana nas al d J
like cheese.
D A likes apples, ...

PUPIL A

X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
./

./

Chapter 10

Revision 2

(chapters 6-10)

o What have they got?


Cl.

Read the list and complete the sentences.


Tom

Amanda

atlas

calculator

X
X

dictionary

grammar book

X
X

pencil case

.....

Tom c::> h~? ..S~t


an atlas. Amanda c::> h~?I'J.l .. S~t. an atlas.
Tom 1 .. .. ..... . ...... a calculator. He 2 ................ a dictionary.
Amanda 3 .. ... ........... a dictionary, but she 4 ............... .
a calculator. Amanda and Tom 5 .... .. .......... grammar books,
but they 6 .... ...... ...... pencil cases.

b Now answer the questions with short answers.


1
2
3
4

Has Tom got an atlas? .... .. .... ......... .. ... . ..... .. .... .... .. .... ..
Have Amanda and Tom got grammar books? ... .. .. .. ........... .. .. .. ................... .. .
Have you got a pencil case? ........ .... ... ..... ... .... .. ................ .. .
Have your friends got pencil cases? .. ..... ... .... ... . ..... ........................ .

e These are mine


Circle the correct words.
TRIG

c::> @ is !)That is my bag, and


these are/this is my exercise books.
This/these dictionary's 3 my/mine ,
too. 4 This is/These are my pencils.
No, Trig. 5 Those/These exercise books
aren't 6 your/yours . They're Jenny's.
The dictionary's 7 hers/her too.
8 These/Those exercise books here
are 9 yours/your.
Oh? Are 10 those/these my exercise
books over there? Are you sure?
1

NICK

TRIG

A word sandwich
Find the names for food and drinks. Write them in two lists with a/an or some.

c::> .4 .. r.4~~?h .... ..... .... c::> ~C?m~ .. mo'k..... .... .

orange juice

Revi sion 2

What have they got for their picnic?


Put in a/an or some.
AMANDA

JENNY

AMANDA

We've got q ~C?m~ .... ..... bread. We've got 1 ... .. ... . ....... cheese
and 2 ................ tomatoes. And here's 3 ................ apple.
I've got 4 ................ banana, 5 ...... .. ........ crisps and 6 . .. .... . .... .. .. orange
in my school bag.
..
And h ere 's8 ................ water.
I,ve go t 7 ...... .. ........ orange JUice.

Make sentences
First, read the two lists. Then match A and B. Make true and correct sentences.
q
q
1
2
3
4
5
6

A
Every day Nick and Jenny
Mr Bell - - - -- --------Every morning Nick and Jenny
Mrs Bell
Chip
Trig
The children
School

leaves home at seven thirty.


walk to school.
learns English every day.
cooks dinner every day.
have breakfast at eight o'clock.
starts at nine o'clock.
buries bones in the garden.
go home at three thirty.

What they like


Write sentences with like.
q
q
1
2
3
4
5
6

Jenny - school. .~~t:lrm . .I.ik~.!? . ~c;.hC?~I..... ..... .. .. ...... ..... ......... .... ........... ..... .... ... ....... .....
Tom - shopping. TC?~...qc;>.~~nl . .I.ik~... ~hC?p.p.ing. ............ ...... .................... .......... ... ..... ..
Amanda - dogs and cats. .. . .. . ..... .. ... .. . ..... .......... .. .. .... .... .. .. ........... ....... ...... . .. . .. ..... .
Tom and Nick - football. ........ . .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..... . .......... .. .. ... .. .................... .. ... . .. ........ .
Amanda - football. ....... . .. .... . ...... ... . ..... ..... .. . .............. . ... ... ............. . .. . ...... ........... .
Tom and Nick - their school uniform. ................... ..... .. ....................... ...... .. .. .... .. . " .. ..
Nick's friends - PE and Science. .......... ... .. .. .... .... .......... . .... ... ... ........ . .. . ....... . .. .. ....... .
Jenny - eggs. ..... . ................. .. .. .... .. . .. .. ............................ ........ . .... .. .... .... ........... . .

Mistakes
Find the mistakes. Write the words correctly.
q Chip ~ to the shops with Mrs Bell. . g,?~.!? ............ .. .. .... .... .
1 Chip bu.rys hiS bones in the bu.shes . ....... .. .... .... .............. .
2 Jenny cio her homework a.Her school. .. .... .. .... .... ............... .
3 NiCk a.nci Jenny WGltches television in the eveni~s . ..... .... ........ .. .. .... ... .. ..
4 Chip cion1t like the postYY'l<:A.n . ..... .... ........ .... .... .. .... .
5 Chip ca.rrys the newspa.per for Mrs Bell. .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ .
6 lhiS shoes a.re mine, Tr!g . ................. .. .. .... .. .... .
7 f+erels a. brea.ci for yOlA. Anci herels some cheese . .... .. .............. .. .. ...... ..
8 f+a.s AYY'l<:A.ncia. .9ot a. tenniS ra.cket? - No, she ha.ven1t . .... ... ...... .. ............ .... .
9 Ma.ria. a.nci 1>imitriS cioesn It pla.y tennis . ..... ....... .......... .... ..... .
10 Are these yOlAr YY'l<:A..9a.zines, Zoe? - Yes, they Ire my . .. ...... .. ...... ........... .. .. .
Revision 2

Do you like sport?


Present simple in yes/no questions
MRS TOOO

JENNY
MRS TOOO

JENNY
MRS TOOO

JENNY

Do you like sport, Jenny?


Yes, I do.
Does Nick like sport?
Yes, he does.
And does Trig like sport?
No, he doesn't. He doesn't like exercise!

Grammar lesson
Present simple in yes/no
questions
1 Use do with I, you , we and they.
Do Ijyou/ we/ they like?
2 Use does with he , she and it.
Does he/she/ it like?
Short answers
Yes, I do.
Do you like sport?
Yes, he does.
Does Chip like bones?
No, he doesn't.
Does Trig like bones?

What do they do?


Put in Do or Does.

c::> .:p.c? .... ....... Nick and Jenny get up


,....,....

'-V

Doe&

... . . ... .. .. . ...

early?

Tn.g rIk e exercIse.


.?

1 .. ... . .. .. .. .. .. the children walk to school?


2 .... .. .. .. . ..... lessons start at nine o'clock?

3 .. . .. .. .. .. ..... Trig go to school?


4 .. ... .. .. .. ... .. Jenny like school?

5 .. . ..... ... .... . Nick like school?


6 ... ... .... ... ... they have lunch at school?

Words to learn

7 .... .. .. . .. .. .. . lessons finish at three thirty?

comic
magazine
exercise
radio
music
drum
theatre
park
cinema

... ... .. .. ... ... Trig play games?

9 ... .. .... .. .... . the children watch television?


"?
watc h
te i
eVISlon.
10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trig
11 ..... ... ..... ... he go to bed at nine o'clock?

12 .. ..... . . ....... Nick and Jenny go to bed at


nine o'clock?
13 ... . .... . . ... ... they read in bed?
14 ... ...... . . . . . .. Chip like cats?
Chapter 11

e A questionnaire
Cl

Make a questionnaire about hobbies


and interests.

Write an animal quiz

CL Use the words to make questions about animals.

~ ef:D.J{ g~j
cJf\ ~

Here are some ideas. Ask about:

l?'o

JrJ~ ~

~\

Sport
football , tennis, basketball

Reading
books, comics, magazines

~ ~J> ~

c'Ii:? .) ~

O&?
1t.~
IJ

09

~.

<

kangaroos live in Spain

..

.:PC? ..~~~s~r~~ .. n\(~ .i.~ ...$p.~in ~ ... ... ... ..

Musical instruments
the piano, the guitar, the drums

1 pandas live in America

2 cats have tails

At home
television , the radio, music

3 dogs chase cats

Going out
the cinema, the theatre, the park

u
' :

~==~

Yes No

Reading
Do you read books?
Musical instruments
Do you play the piano?

b Now ask your partner the questions. He or she


answers Yes, I do.

OR

penguins swim in the sea

5 elephants eat fish

Questionnaire
Sport
Do you play football?

No, I don't.

6 dogs eat cats

10 Now ask your partner the questions. He or she


answers Yes, they do.

OR

No, they don't.

o Do they like these things?


Ask questions round the class.
~

Does Jenny like orange juice?


PUPIL B Yes, she does.
PUPIL c Does Nick like eggs?
PUPIL D No, he doesn't.
PUPIL A

Jenny orange juice, pizza, peaches,


chocolate, carrots
apples, tomatoes, eggs
Nick apples, chocolate, pizza , tomatoes
eggs, orange juice, carrors. peac .cs

Chap er 1 _

What do you play?


Questions with what, who, etc.; Prepositions of time
Grammar lesson
Questions with what, who, etc.
Some question words:
what
what time
who
why
when
where
Word order:

MR BELL
TOM
MR BELL
TOM
MR BELL
TOM
MR BELL
TOM
MR BELL
TOM

MR BELL
TOM

Do you like sport, Tom?


Yes, I do.
What do you play?
Football. I'm in the school team .
When do you practise?
On Tuesday and Friday. In th e aftern oon.
At four o'clock.
Where do you practise?
At school. Outside in su mmer and
in the gym in winter.
When 's your next mat ch?
In June . On the t enth.
Good luck.
Thanks!

Does
What does
Where does
When is

Subject
Tom
like sport?
he
play?
he
practise?
his next match?

Prepositions of time
in

a
a
a
a

on a

at

a
a
a

month
year
season
time of day

in June
in 2004
in winter, in summer
in the afternoon(s)
in the evening(s)
day
on Tuesday(s)
on Saturday afternoon(s)
on the tenth (of June)
date
clock-time
at four o'clock
special time at Christmas, at Easter
of the year

Words to learn
team
practise
outside
next
goalkeeper
captain
match
birthday
present
subject

"W
Chapter 12

Make sentences

a. Complete the questions with Where, When,

Make question sentences.

c::> @QJ

What

1 1

play 1 1 you

rn

What

do

1 1

you

When 1 1 play 1 1 you

1 1

Who.

yo u live?

1 .... . . ...... .. .. do yo u get up?

rn
rn

@QJ

Where 1 1 practise 1

OR

c::> .Wh~r~ ...... . do

.Wh4t... 4~ .. ~J.c?\,l... p.l~~.~ .... .. ...... ...... .. .... .


1

Questions, questions, questions!

... . . . . . ........ do you have for breakfast?

............. ... do you leave home?

......... . ...... do lessons start?

5 .. . .. . . .. . . .. ... is your favouri te school subj ect?


6 . .. . . ...... . .... do you have lunch? At ho m e

When 1 1 the team

1 1

does 1 1 practise 1

or at school?

rn

7 ..... . .......... is your Engl ish teacher?


8

the captain

1 1

Who 1 ~

rn

. . ..... . . . ... . .. do you go after school?

9 ...... . ...... . .. do you do your homework?


Before or after dinner?

10 .. ........... . .. do you do on Saturda ?


5

the goalkeeper 1 ~ 1 Who 1

rn

11 .............. . . is your birthday?


12 . .... ........... do you want for your binhday?

~ 1 When

1 1

What time

the next game

1 1

does 1 1 start

b Now ask a partner the questions.

rn

[ill

What, when, where?


Your friend does these things. You want to know
more. Ask questions with question words.

rn

c::>

[ill

finish

play 1 1 you 1

10

does

1 1

When 1

@QJ Where

you l i do 1 1 like

1 1

football

rn

1
2
3
4
5

rn
1 1

Why

rn

6
7
8
9
10

I watch television. (When)


When do you watch it?
I go out on Saturday. (Where)
I play games. (What)
I read. (What)
I watch cartoons on television. (Whe n)
I have a piano lesson on onday.
(What time)
I write to my aun t. (W hy)
I play footb a ll. (W here)
I take my sister to school. (What time)
I go to a sports club. (When)
I take my dog for a walk. (When)

Chapter 12

o About Tom
Cl.

Complete the sentences with in, on or at.


At school Tom likes PE best. That's
Tuesday and Friday ~
1 . . .. . ...

Pt:'l.. . ..

.4t.... . two o'clock.

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday

There's no school

3 .... . ...

Saturday, so

4 .. . . ... .

the afternoon he goes to the park with his


friends.

5 ........

the evening he watches

he's glad when school finishes 2 . ... . .. . three

television or plays computer games. He likes

thirty. He hates Maths because the teacher

the school holidays

gives homework every day. He does his

holidays

homework on the bus!

birthday is

7 .. . . . . ..

6 .... . ...

summer and the

Christmas and Easter. His

8 ........

December. It's

9 ........

twenty-fifth. So he gets a lot of presents


10 . .......

'b Now answer these questions about Tom.


~

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

What does he like best at school?


He likes PE best.
When does he have PE?
Why does he hate Maths?
Where does he do his Maths homework?
When does school finish?
Whe re does he go on Saturday afternoon?
hen does he play computer games?
\ hen are the school holidays?
hen is his birthday?

Chapt er 12

Christmas.

the

et
Cl.

Favourite television programmes


Look at the list of television
programmes and answer the questions.

c::>

When is Animal World?

Animal World is on Monday and


Thursday at five o'clock.

1 When is Sports World?


2 When
3 When
4 When
5 When
6 When
7 When
8 When
9 When
10 When

'0

is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is
is

The Planets?
New Music?
Cartoon Time?
Friday Cinema?
Space 4000?
Computer City?
Cats and Dogs?
Film Fun?
Seven Seas?

Children's programmes 10-15 September


Monday

Thursday

5.00
6.00
7.00
7.30

4.30
5.00
6.00
6.30

Animal World
Cartoon Time
The Planets
Computer City

Tuesday

Friday

4.30
5.00
6.00
6.30

5.00
6.00
6.30
7.30

New Music
Film Fun
Walton Road
Freddy

New Music
Animal World
The Holiday Game
Freddy

Film Fun
Laserman
School's Out
Friday Cinema

Wednesday

Saturday

4.30
5.30
6.00
7.00

12.00 Young Scientist


1.00 Questions and
Answers
1.30 Sports World
2.30 Space 4000

Cats and Dogs


The Martins
Cartoon Time
Seven Seas

When are their favourite programmes on television?

c::>

Jenny likes Questions and Answers .

.Q~.~~:t:~'?n!? ..4~.4 ..Ar1~w~r:-$>... ~!? . Pr1 ..S~:t:W:~~~ .. ~t...'?r1~ .. P ~~.lP~.~...


1 Nick watches Freddy.

Tom likes The Martins.

3 Amanda's favourite programme is Laserman.

4 Trig watches School's Out.

5 Jenny, Nick, Amanda and Tom like Walton Road .

When is your favourite programme?


Ask three pupils in the class about their
favourite television programmes, like this:

c::>

YOU
PUPI L

When is your favourite television programme?


It's on Wednesday at seven o'clock.

Chapter 12

Slow down, Trig


Imperatives
Grammar lesson
Imperatives

"'"

Affi rmative
Verb only

Don't OR Do not

Slow down.
Look out!
Be careful!

Don't go so fast.
Don't fall.
Don't hit the dustbin.

Negative

+ verb

Use imperatives for orders, warnings ,


instructions and advice.
Slow down, Trig. Don't go so fast. Don't fall.

Words to learn
\

jump hit drink talk


brush tidy fight eat
find look sit stand

o What do they say?


Say what your mother or teacher says, like this:

c::>

You don 't drink your milk.

My mother says, Drink your milk.'

c::>
Be careful! Look out! Jump off the skateboard.
Don't hit the dustb ...

My teacher says, 'Don 't talk in class:

1 You don't get up .


2 You don 't do your homework.
3
4
5
6
7

8
9

10
11
12

Oh dea r. Too late. Poor Trig ...


... and poor du stbin!
Chapter 13

You talk in class.

You don 't brush your teeth.


You read comics in class.
You don 't tidy your room .
You jump on your bed.
You fight in class.
You don 't go to bed.
You don't have a bath .
You hit your brother.
You watch television all day.
You don't eat your lunch .

Class instructions
Write what the teacher says. Use these verbs
and Don't, where necessary. Use some verbs
more than once. Sometimes two or three verb s
are right.
answer
close ./
do
eat

find
learn
listen
look

open
play
read
sit

stand
talk ./
work
write

Signs
Say what the signs mean.
Use these ve rb s with or without Don 't :
stop ./
drop litter
ride bicycles
dive

turn right ./. drink the wa ter


turn left
go straight on
go
pick the flowers
touch
play music

~ .l~c?t:'1} .. ~~.lk . in class.


~ .~.lp~~ ....... . your books.
1 .. . . . .. ..... . . . . in pairs.

Stop.

Don't turn right.

2 .. .. ........ .... your books.


3 ...... . ......... sweets in class.
4 .... ............ to m e.

5 .. ........ ... ... with a partner.


6 ... ....... ... ... sandwiches in class.
7

10

.. .............. football in class.

8 ... .. ..... .. .... out of the window.


9 ..... . ... ....... the questions .
10 .. .............. the answer.
11 ........ .. .. .. .. this game.

12 . ... .. ... . ... . .. the missing words.


13 .. .............. to the cassette.
14 ............ ... . down.
15 ... .. .... .. .... . up.
16 ......... .. .. ... these words .
17 .... ............ the exercise.
18 .... ............ on the desk.
19 .. ....... . ...... letters to your friends.
20 ... ............. page 10.

Chapter 13

What is there in Merton?


there is/are; some and any with plural nouns;

Prepositions of place

In Merton there's a school in Park Street. Next to the schoo l


t here 's a park.
There are some restaurants in Merton, but there aren 't any cinemas.
The re are some shops, but there aren 't any sports shops.
There isn 't a bookshop in Merton, but there 's a library. It's behind
the shops, between the post office and the bank.

Chapter 14

Grammar lesson
there is (there's) and there are

Prepositions of place

Singular
There is (there's) a school in Park Street.
There isn't a cinema.

Where's Trig?

Plural
There are two supermarkets.
There aren't any cinemas.
Questions and short answers
Is there a park? Yes, there is.
Are there any cinemas? No, there aren 't.
Is there a cinema? No, there isn't.
Are there any restaurants? No, there aren't.

9~P
CJ
He's in the box.

He's on the box.

He 's next to the box.

He's between two boxes.

He's behind the box.

He 's under the box.

some and any with plural nouns


Use some and any before plural nouns .
1 Use some in affirmative sentences if the
number isn't important.
There are some shops in Park Street.
2 Use any in negative sentences.
There aren't any shops in Mill Street.
3 Use any in questions.
Are there any cinemas in Merton?

Words to learn
playground supermarket bookshop library post office bank
cafe restaurant car park sports centre bus stop football pitch

o Merton
Lo ok at th e m ap of Merton agai n.
Put in there's, there isn't, there are, there aren't, is there or are there.
What q .i~ . J.h~.r:~ .. ..... . in Merton? Well, 1 ........ ....... ..... a school in Park Streer.
and next to the school 2.. .. ...... .... ...... a park. 3 ....... . ............ a children 's
playground in the park. 4........ ... ......... two superm arkets and so m e other
shopS. 5............ .. ...... a post offi ce and 6 . .............. ..... a library, too.
7 ....................

two cafes, but

9 ....... . ............

a cinema. 10 . ........ . .. ....... . a sports centre? No , 11 .. .. . .. ....... .. ... . ,

8 ....................

but 12 .................... a football pitch in the park.

any sports shops. Unfonunarel,.

13 .. .. .... ..... .......

any ci emas in

your town? 14.................... any cafes? 15......... .. .. . . ..... a supermarkeO


Chapter 14

e Littleton
Look at this map of Littleton. Where are these things?
vVrite twelve sentences with There's or There are.
Name the street, or use next to.

c:? school ~r~~~ .. ~ .. ~~! .. !t:l...YY~... ~-t.r~t: ............ ..... .


c:? houses Th~r~ .. .~r~ .. hC?'A~.~ .. n~)Cl . :\:9.. J~...p.~r:-k~ ......... .
1 library ................................................................. .

2 restaurant ............................................................. .
3 car parks ..................................................... . ....... .
4 supermarket ......................................................... .
5 sports centre ........................................ . ................ .

6 post office ...................................... ... .................. .


7 bus stops ............................................................. .
8 banks
9 shops

10

e Where you live


Answer the questions. Say Yes, there is/are.
OR No, there isn't/aren't.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Is there a
Is there a
Are there
Is there a
Is there a
Are there
Are there
Are there

cinema in your town?


park next to your school?
any shops in your street?
sports centre in your town?
bus stop in your street?
any restaurants in your town?
any supermarkets in your town?
any trees in your street?

o Some or any?
Look at the map of Littleton again.
Put in some or any.

c:::> There are

.~C?m~ ..

houses in Beech Street.

c:::> There aren 't ~t:l~ .. . . houses in King Street.


1 There are ........ shops in King Street.
2 There aren't ........ shops in Elm Street.
3 Are there ........ banks in Littleton?
4 There are . . .. . ... houses next to the park.
5 Are there ........ cafes?
6 There aren't ........ cinemas in Littleton .

Chapter 14

Nick's bedroom
Write where Nick's things are.
Use:
in
behind
next to

on
under
between

chair
bin
desk

wardrobe
bed
floor

lamp

~ His socks .~r~ ..9.1':1 .. .~P~ ...1~rY!p.................................... .

~ His coat .i~ .. 1':1. . Jh~...w~.r:4r~~~~ ................................ .


1 His books .. .. ... . ... .. ... ............................................ .
2 His guitar .. . . .. .. ....... ........... ................................... .
3 His skateboard ... .. ....... . . ....................................... .
4 Trig .... . . . . . ... .. .... ....... .......................................... .
5 His clock ... . . .. .. ... .. . ... .. ........................................ . .
6 His tennis racket .. . .. . ... ................... . ........ ............ .. .
7 His shoes ... .. . . .. ... . .... . . .. ... .. ... ................................ .
8

His footbal l. .. . ... . .... ... .. ......... . ................................ .

9 His school bag ... . .... . ... .. ......................................... .


10 His pens and pencils .............................................. ..
11 His comics ... . .. . . .. .. .. . . ... ......... . .............................. .
12 His radio .. . .. ... . . . ... . .. . .. .. .. .. ................................. . .

Memory game
Look at the picture of Nick's bedroom again for one minute.
Cover the picture and the sentences. Where are these things?
socks They're on the lamp.
~ football It's on the ]loor ne:>;t to the bed.
~

1
2
3
4

school bag
tennis racket
comics
radio
5 pens and pencils

6 coat
7 books
8 skateboard
9 guitar
10 Trig
Chapter 14

Can he speak English?


can for ability
Can Trig understand English?
Yes, he can.
AMANDA Can he speak English?
NICK
No, he can't.
AMANDA Can you understand Trig's language?
JENNY
No, we can't.
AMANDA

JENNY

Things you can do


Say what you can and can't do.
Make eight sentences.

q
q

I can speak English, but I can't speak French.


I can play football and I can play table tennis.

speak

Grammar lesson
the piano

can for ability


you
he
she
it
we
you
they

can
speak

Questions and
Can you speak
Can Trig speak
Can you speak

play

you
he
she
it
we
you
they

the trumpet
cannot OR
can't speak

(!)
football

.."
play

short answers
English? Yes, I can.
English? No, he can't.
his language? No, we can't.

Don't use an s with he/she/it.


Don't use to after can.

table tennis

the!~
~
tennis

~;.
basketball

C;;.'~~r
-l~1{l

Words to learn
understand speak
ride climb catch
draw fly swim

a horse

a bicycle

language
run

a motorbike
Chapter 15

ride

a camel

a Nature quiz
Which is right and which is wrong?
Write sentences. Use can or can't.

c::> Elephants can fly.


.W!p~S ~ .. ~'~ph~t:l~~ ...c;.~t:l.l .. fl~ ~ ........... .

6 Dogs can climb trees.

c::> Dogs can swim .

7 Fish can run.

HiSh~~ .. p~g~...<;'.4':1... ~w.im ~ .................. .

1 Penguins can swim.

8 Cats can fly.

2 Penguins can fly.

9 Camels can run.

10 Kangaroos can jump.

Horses can swim.

4 Cats can climb trees.

11 Horses can climb trees.

5 Elephants can catch fish.

12 Elephants can jump .

What can they do?

:t Say what they can and can 't do , like this:

c::>

jenny, Nick and Tom can climb trees. Amanda can 't.

c::> climb trees


1 ride a horse
2 make a cake
3 do Maths
4 play the piano
5 speak French
6 draw cartoons
7 write poems
8 play the guitar

'0

Jenny

Nick

Tom

Amanda

''""
''""
''""

''X""
X

''""
X

X
X
X

'"

'"
'''"""

X
X
X

X
X

'"

''""

X
X

''""

'"

Now work with a partner. Ask questions and give short answers.

c::>

YOU
PARTNER

Can you climb trees?


Yes, I can. OR No, I can't.

Chapter 15

Revision 3

(chapters 11-15)

o Friends
Make questions about the children 's friends.
Tom likes computer games (Nick?) .:P.C?~.~ N.i~~ !lk.~ c;.~mp\:1~~r... S~I'!I~.~ ~ ...... ........ ......... .. .
1 Amanda plays the guitar. (Jenny?) . .. ... .. .. ... .. ... .......... ...... .. . ... . ....... ... . .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. ... .
2 Zoe speaks Greek. (Maria and Carlo?) .. ........ .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .... .. ........ .. ............... .. ............ ..
3 Nick reads comics . (Tom and George?) .......... .. .......... ... .... .. ...... .. ............. .................. ..
4 Jenny plays the piano. (Amanda?) . ............. ... .. . ... ..... .... .. ............. . ....... .. .. . .. ............. .. .
5 Nick and Jenny walk to school. (George and Tom?) .. .... ........... .. .... . .. .. ..... ......... ... .. .. .... .... .
6 Maria comes from Italy. (Zoe?) ... ........... .. .. .. ........ ... . .... .. . .. .. .... ... ... . ... . ... ..... . .... ..... .. .. . .

..

Questions

.. .

M ore questions

Match the question words to the questions.

Circle the right words.

~ What do;:[oe)Trig have for breakfast?


1 What time do lessons fi nish/ finishes ?
2 Where do/does Amanda and Tom live?
3 What is/does your favourite school subject?
4 Where's Trig? - He's in/on the cafe.
5 Where's the library? - It's on/ next to
the bank.

1
2

3
4
5

..

What time
What
When
Who
Why
Where

do you like best at school?


do you get up?
is your favourite teacher?
does your best friend live?
do you like your best friend?
does your first lesson start?

What can they do? What can't they do?


Write questions with can. Then answer the
questions with short answers. Use these words:
climb
play
horse ./

do
ride ./
Maths

draw
cake
football

make
cartoon
trees

Question: Can Trig . r.i.' k ..~ ...hC?r.9~. ~...... ...


Answer: .
l. . h~
c;.~r/~.... .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .

N.C?

...

1 Q: Can Amanda and Jenny .. .. . ... ..... . .... . .. .. .


A: .... ..... ... .. .......... ........ .... ... .... .. . .

2 Q: .: . .. . ......... . . . ...... . . . . . . . .. . ... . ... . ... .. . . . .


A: .. ... .... .. ... .. ............. .. .... ..... ...... .
3 Q: .. ..... . .. .. . .. . . . ... . .. .. .. . . . .. . ... . ... . . . . .. ... .
A: .. ..... ......... .... ........ .... .... ... ... .... .

4 Q: . . . . . . . . . ... .. . .. .. .. . ...... . . .. ... . . . .. . . . . .... . . .


A: ... ... .... .... ......... .... .. .. .... .... .... ... .
5 Q: ... .. . .. .. . ............ . .. . . ... . . .. . . . .... . . .. ... . . .
A: ... ........... ... .... .... .. ........ .... ... .. .. .

Revision 3

o What's in the town?


Find the 'town' words. Put them in the right
spaces next to the sentences.
A W X E N L S H 0 P B S C L V

0 G H I

K T P Y Z E M 0

Z U B R 0 B A N
D S U P E R M A
W C X A C A F E
Q H I R B R E S
R 0
P 0

C K A Y K V
S T - 0 F F

K D H Q S W A
R K E T 0 C K

J C P M Y

T A U R A N T
I H F X S E D
I C E U L M R

P L A Y G R 0 U N D Z

I C A F

q
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

....... ..

You can drink coffee here. ~~f~


Children play here . . ...... . ....... .
You see films here . ........... ... . .
There's money here . ... .. .... .. . ... .
You can buy food here . ... ............ .
There are trees and flowe rs here . ........ . .. . .
Children learn here . .... ... . ... .. .. .
There are books here . ... ... ... . ..... .
You can post letters he re . ............... .
You buy things here . ... . .. ..... ... . .
You can eat here . .. .... . .... .... .

Carlo's town
Put in there is, there are, etc.

J!? .

ZOE
CARLO

ZOE
CARLO

q
:l:h~r:-~.... a cinema in your town?
Yes, 1 ................ , but 2 ................ a sports centre. 3 ................ a football pitch
next to our school. We practise there .
4 ................ any shops in your street?
No, 5 ................ , but 6 ................ some shops next to the cinema.

o We can make a salad


Put in some or any.
JENNY
MRS BELL

JENNY
MRS BELL

JENNY
MRS BELL

Are there q ~t:l~ . . . ........ tomatoes?


No, there aren 't 1 .. .............. tomatoes, but I've got 2 .......... ...... radishes and
3 ................ carrots. We can make a salad. I've got 4 ................ big peaches , t oo .
Have we got 5 ................ cherries?
No, there aren't 6 ................ cherries, but there are 7 . ......... .. .... bananas.
I like grapes. Have we got 8 ............. ... ?
No, there aren't 9 ................ grapes, but we've got 10 ......... .. .... . apples. So we ca n
make a fruit salad, too.

Mistakes
Find the mistakes. Write the sentences correctly.

q
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

when you...9d u..p? .VYh~rt.. .~P .. ~C?~ . .g,e:~... l:lf? ~ ........................... ......... ....... .... .. ..... ... ... ... . .
We d..oesn1t rtZO-d.. comiCS in c1o...ss . ............. ...... ......... ....... .. .. .. ... . .. ... ......... ........ ............. ..
Tom pro...ctises footbo...lI o...t the o...fternoons. . .... ... ....... . ............... .... .... .. .... .. ...................... .
Tomls birthd..o...y is o...t ;<.5 J>ecember . . ... ....................... .. .. .... ....... . .. ...... . .... ..... . ... .. . . ........ .
When you.. tid..y you..r room? ......... .. .......................... .. .. .. .......... .. .. ... . .. .. ... .. .......... ......... .
lhere o...ren It some shops in ou..r st red. . ...... ... ............ ...... ... .... .. .. .. .... ... ....... . ... . ....... ... ... .
Ou..r ttZO-cher so...ys, <To...lk not in c1o...ss, pltZO-se.' ... . ... . ............. ... . ....... . ........................... ..... .
We d..o not homework every d..o...y. .. .............................................................................. ..
Revision 3

Trig is helping
Present continuous
It's Saturday afternoon. What are Nick and
Jenny's family dOing? Are they working?

Grammar lesson
Present continuous
Use a form of be + the -ing form.
Make the -ing form with the base form.
do - doing, work - working, help - helping

The sun's shining. Mrs Bell is hanging the


clothes on the line.

Spelling
1 Take away a final e.
shine - shining, have - having
2 After one vowel + one consonant,
double the consonant.
dig - digging, run - running

It isn't raining today, so Mr Bell is digging


in the garden.

Long forms
I am
you are
he is
she is
itis
we are
you are
they are

Chip's having fun. At the moment he's


running after the neighbours ' cat.

Jenny and Nick are doing the washing-up in


t he kitchen.

Short forms
I'm
you're
he's
she's
working
working
it's
we're
you're
they're

I am not working
you are not working
he is not working

I'm not working


you aren't working
he isn't working

Questions
Am I working?
Are you working?
Is he working?
Short answers
Yes, I am. OR No, I'm not.
Yes, she is. OR No, she isn't.
Yes, they are. OR No, they aren't.
Use the present continuous for something
that is happening now. Often with now, at
the moment, today.

Words to learn
The words in exercise 1.

nd hat's Trig doing now? Oh, dear! He's


helping! He's hanging the plates on the line.
Chapter 16

What's he writing?
Trig's writing -ing forms, but what a mess!
Help him, like this:

~ wash ~~?h!~g .... .


~ write ~r:-~t.ins. .... .
~ run

r':1nnins. .... .

"" .-~

""'"

1 have ............. . . .

11 put ...... ....... . . .

21 look .. .... , ....... "

2 swim ............... .

12 read . ... ...... .. .. . .

22 go .. ...... ... . .. ..

3 take ...... . ...... .. .

13 get ... ... .... . .... .

23 hold ... .. . .. .. , .. , ..

4 stop ...... . ........ .

14 watch .. .. .... . ..... . .

24 chase .. . .. .. ,., ..... ,

5 fly ... .. .. .. .. .... .

15 come .. .... . ... . .... .

25 walk .. . .. . . , . .. . .. ..

6 speak ... . .......... . .

16 learn . ............. . .

26 hide .. ... .. ... ..... .

7 use .. ............. .

17 catch ..... . .. ... . .. . .

27 kick ... . . ..... .. .. ..

8 make ............... .

18 sit . .... .... . .. .. . .

28 clap .... . .. .. .. ,. ,.,

9 eat ..... .. ........ .

19 rain ......... . ..... .

29 carry . .... .. .. .. ... . ,

10 help ........ . ...... .

20 hit ...... .... .. . .. .

30 give . ... . ..... ... .. .

At home with Nick and Jenny


Put in the present continuous forms,
It's Saturday afternoon, It
so Mrs Bell

c::> .i~t:l.l .. r~in!ng ... The sun

2 ......... . . . ... . ....

3 ............. . . . . . ..

garden . Chip

the clothes on the line, The children

the washing-up. Mr Bell

5 ......... .. .........

fun, He

neighbours' cat. And what's Trig


8 ..... . ... . .......... !

He

1 .... . ............... ,

4 ............ . .. . ... .

6 ....................

7 ... . .. . ... .. .. . ..... ?

9 ............... .. ...

in the

after the

Oh, no! He

the plates on the line,

Chapter 16

e What are they doing now?


G

(v

C{...-

~
(.

(v

,,

vC'

CL Write what Nick, Jenny, Tom and their parents are doing.

Use:
drink
eat
have
hide (x2)

look
play
run
shout

sit ,/
stand
talk (x2)

Mrs Allen

c> \ .. ~.i~~.i!1g ... . . .

Bell . They

2 . . . .. . . .. ...........

under th e big tree. She

te a . Nick

1 . . ... .. . . . . .... . to

3 . . . . . . .... . .. ... . ...

Mrs

football with Tom.

Tom 4 ........... .. . .. . .. . a sandwich. Chi p 5 .. . . . .. .. ... . ....... fun. He


6 .................. ..

neighbours' cat

round th e garden . Je nny

8 .... ... .... ........ .

7 ........ .. .. ...... ..

b e hind a bush. Mr Bell

at him! The

9 ............... .. .. .

to Mr Allen. They 10 .. . ..... ... . .. . . .. . . n ext to the flower-bed . They


11 . .... . ...... .... .... at t h e roses. T'
. t h e tree.
fig 12 ... .. . ...... .. .. .. .. In

b Now answer these questions.


c:::> Is Jenny hiding?
No, she isn't. She 's shouting.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Are Mrs Allen and Mrs Bell standing?


Is Chip hiding?
Are Nick and Tom sitting under the tree?
Is the cat running round the garden?
Is Trig eating a sandwich?
Are Mr Bell and Mr Allen playing football?
Is To m drinking tea?

Chapter 16

o Trig's first football match


Trig's watching his first football match with Tom.
Trig doesn 't understand what's happening .
Help him make questions with Why.
Use words from each box.
IWhy

running?
holding the ball? /
kicking th e ball?
shouting?
jumping in the air?
blowing the whistle?
sitting on the ground?
hitting the ball with his head?
clapping?
singing?
carrying a player?

,r

5
~

"

Why is he holding the ball?

Miming game
Think of an action (for example, playing the
gu ita r) . Mime the action in front of the class.
The cl ass now asks questions and you answer
like this:

Are you washing something?


No, I'm not.
YOU
CLASS Are you playing a game?
No, I'm not.
YOU
CLASS Are you playing the guitar?
YOU
Yes, I am.
CLASS

Here are some ideas:


playing table te nni s or basketball
doing the washing-up
writing a letter
doing your homewo rk
making a cake
drawing a pi cture

Chapter 16

Can you see them?


Object pronouns; like, love, hate + -ing form

Tri g and Chip love hiding. Can you see them?


urn, we're looking for
Trig and Chip. Do you
,---.,---m"""
where they are?

Grammar lesson
Object pronouns
Subject
pronouns

Object
pronouns

you
he
she
it
we
you
th ey

me
you
him
her
it
us
you
them

se object pronouns after verbs and


after prepositions .
I hate looking for them.
I can't see him.
Take Chip 's ball with you .
Ask her.

Chapter 17

like, love, hate + -ing form


We often use the -ing form after like,
love and hate .
Chip likes chasing cats.
Chip and Trig love hiding.
Nick hates doing homework.
Remember
There's no e before -ing: hide - hiding.
Double the consonant after one vowel + one
consonant: run - running.

Words to learn
either
too
tell (the truth)

find
sorry
again
lie

downstairs
early

They can't find them


Put in me, you, him, her, it, us or them.
JENNY I can ' t f'm d my penCl'1 s. H ave you got
NICK

,.--J\. t.hem

'-Y . , . . . . .. , . . . , .. . 7.

No , I haven ' t. I can 't find my school bag. Can you see 1.... .. . . . . .. ... . ?

JENNY Sorry, no, I can 't. Amanda's waiting for 2 . . . ... . .. . . .. . .. downstairs.
Tell 3. . " ,,"" " "" I'm looking for my pencils.
NICK

Stupid bag! Who's got 4" ",, " """ ', ? I'm late for school again.
Help

5 "",,"

JENNY I can 't help

"

"

"' "

Jenny!

6 "", ,""""' , .

I'm looking for my pencils.

Can you see 7" ", , """"' ,? Oh, no , I can 't find my school ba~, either!
A re you h 1'd'mg 8 ", " """,.," 7.
NICK

No , I'm not!

. to 9 " ",., """"' .


JENNY You ,re I'
ymg. G'Ive It
NICK

I'm telling 10 ........... . .. .. the truth!

JENNY Well , Mum's downstairs. Ask

11 .. ", .. " . , ' , .. , .

Perhaps she can help 12, . , . . .. .. , . , . , . , .


NICK

By the way, where's Trig? Can you see 13, . . .. . ... ,. , .. . . ?

Where are the pencils and the school bags? Who's got 14., ., . . , .. . , . ,., .?

Jenny's list
Look at Jenny's list and answer the
questions with him, her, it or them .

e:>

Does she like the headmaster?


Yes, she likes him.

e:>

{\t

Does she like Jill and Ben Potter 7

\ li\(C,

No, she doesn 't like them.

1 Does
2 Does
3 Does
4 Does
5 Does
6 Does
7 Does
8 Does
9 Does
10 Does
11 Does
12 Does

she
she
she
she
she
she
she
she
she
she
she
she

like Ann Fox?


like John Green?
like school lunches?
like Miss Mill?
like History?
like tests?
like Liz and Mary Walker?
like Mr Barker?
like Kate Robbins?
like Jimmy Leech?
like English?
like Art?

,c,noo\

i\rt
Snglif:>\1
Mif:>f:> Mill
i\nn fo'1Liz. ana
Mor-j 'Nol\(c,r
1\1C, l1C,oamof:>1e.r
JI mmi Lc,c,cl1

\ aon't li\(C,

tC,f:>1f:>
r\if:>10r'j
Mr t7or\(c,r
10l1n Grc,w
JlII ana t7W Vot"tc,r
f:>c\1oo\ ILlnc\1e.f:>
k01C, \Z-obbinf:>

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t

Chapter 17

9
CL

Favourites
Here 's a list of Nick's favourites .
Tom likes (./) some of them but doesn 't like (X) others.

TQ/Yl

NICK
book character

Harr'/ Po"t"ter

./

TV presenter

PollY

football team

/Ylanche5"ter Uni"ted

sport

-Football

food

chocola"te

animals

do~

X
X
./
X
./

Baker

and cab

Write sentences about Tom and Nick like this:

c> N.i~k .. Hk~~ .. H.~r:T~ ..P~t~~r... ~n~ .. Tq~...l.iJ~.~~ ...hIt!'..:t9.q~ ....


c> N.i~k ..Hk~~ ..Pc;>.I!~ .. ~~k~r). . P.~.t . Tq~ ...q9.~~n 1 ..I.ik~.. .h~r:-. ..
1 .. ............. .......... .. ................ .. . .. .. ... . ............... . ... ... ... .
2 .......... ................................. .... .. .. ............... . .. . ......... .

3 .. .... ............................... . .... ... .. .. ... .. .. ... .............. . ..... .


4 ...................................................... ... ............... . .. .... .

b Write your own list and exchange it with your partner.


Your name: ......... .. .. . ..... . .
book character
TV presenter
football team
sport
food
animals
Then make sentences like this:

c>
c>

I like ... and ... likes her too.


I like ... , but ... doesn't like him.

'tOMa'toeS

are /Lfckl

Chapter 17

Your partner's name: .. ........ . ......... .

o What do you like?


Write sentences about yourself with like,
love or hate.

c::> draw
J.. !i.~.~ .. ~r:-~~i.~S....... ... .... .. .......... ..... .

o Ask your partner


Work with a partner.
Ask your partner if he or she likes doing these
things. Your partner answers with love or hate .

c::> playing tennis


YOU
PARTNER

1 swim

3 go to the cinema

1
2
3
4

4 dance

5
6
7

2 run

5 work

play computer games

7 paint

8 watch television

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

Do you like playing tennis?


Yes, 1 love playing tennis. OR
No, 1 hate playing tennis.

doing Maths hom ework


having a bath
walking
buying clothes
babysitting
having a haircut
going to the dentist
taking medicine
staying up late
getting up early
fighting
doing the washing-up
going on holiday
speaking English
cycling
talking on the phone
writing letters
eating in a restaurant

9 sing

10 read

11 listen to music
12 write
13 cook

14 play football

Chapter 17

Can I go out?
can for permission; must for necessity
NICK
MRS BELL

NICK
MRS BELL

Can I go to the cinema with Tom, Mum?


No, you can't. Not today.
Oh, Mum! Why can't I?
Because you must tidy your bedroom.
And you 've got a cold. You mustn 't go
out when you 've got a cold. You can go
to the cinema next week.

o Can you or can't you?

Grammar lesson
can for permission

Ask permi ss ion. Use Can I? What 's the answer?

Can I go to the cinema? No, you can't.


Can Tom come this afternoon? Yes , he can.
Can he stay till midnight? No , he can't!

c:::> You want to go to see a horror film.


Ask your dad.
YOU
Ca n J go to see a horror j ilm ?
DAD No, you can't!

must for necessity


you
he
she
it
we
you
they

must go

you
he
she
it
we
you
they

1
must not OR
mustn't go

Don't use an s with he/she/it.


Don't use to after must.
You must tidy your room .
You mustn 't go out when you 've got a cold.

Words to learn
because horror film invite
stay out dentist cook doctor
unti l pocket money

Chapte r 18

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

9
10

You want to
invite ten fri ends to lunch . Ask your mum .
stay out late. As k yo ur mum .
do more Engli sh hom ework .
Ask yo ur teach er.
eat sweets in bed. Ask your dentist.
cook lunch on Sunday. Ask your mum .
go out when you've got a co ld.
Ask your doctor.
wash th e car. Ask your dad.
have more pocket money. Ask your mum.
w atch televisi on until midnight.
Ask your dad.
do thi s exercis e again . Ask your teacher.

Ask your partner


You want to borrow some things fro m your
partner. Ask him or her, like this:

Necessity
Put in must or mustn't.

c::> Trig , yo u m'=".~t!'1 J ... .. . eat sweets in bed.

c::> pencil
1

YOU
PARTNER

.... ...... .. .. .. tell her.

1 rul er
2 pen
3 rubb er
4 calculator
5 scissors
6 grammar book
7 dictionary
8 felt pen
9 atlas
10 glue

/~

It 's a present for Amanda . You

2 Shhh . Dad's asleep . We . .... ...... .... .


be quiet.
3

Nick, you .... .. .. .. .. .... spend all you r


pocket money on sweets.

4 We ... .......... . .. write to Julia. It 's her


birthday nex t week.
5 Trig , yo u ... .... .. .... .. . draw on the wall s.
6

Nick .... .... .. ...... forg et his homework


again. Mr Blake gets a ngry.

Classroom rules
Put in We must or We mustn't.

c::> .vy~... ~~~t . sit still.


c::> .W~...~~~~t:l.'~ stand on the desks.

7 You .. .. .... .. ...... eat so much, Trig.


8

Chip , yo u .... ... .. .. .. .. . chase the


neighbours' cat.

9 you ...... .. .. .. . ... tidy yo ur room , Nick.

.. . .... . ........ fight.

................ do what the teacher says.

.... . . . . . ....... sleep in class.

...... . ... .. . .. . be quiet.

.. . ... . ..... . ... play football.

.. . ... .. . ... .. . . look at the board .

. . .. .. .. .. .... .. eat chewing gum .

. .. . .. ...... . . . . draw on the desks .

13 Nick, yo u .... .. . .. .. .. .. . say 'Shut p '.

...... ... ...... . listen to the teacher.

14 Trig, you .. .... .. ...... .. learn [en Engli sh

10 ..... ... ........ speak in English.


11 ... . ............ read comics.
12 .............. .. make a noise.

I can't open the door!

10 Chip , you ...... ..... .. ... tear the pos tma n 's
trousers.

11 Chip , you ..... .. ......... bury your bones


in the garden .

12 It's six o'clock. I .... ..... .. ..... go home


now, Jenny.

words every day.

15 Trig, you're dirty. you .. .. .... ... .. .. . have


a bath!

13 .............. .. look at the teacher.


14 .. .. .. .. ........ look out of the windows .
15 .. ... .......... . use mobile phones.

16 .............. . . write letters to friends.

Chapter 18

How much milk?


some and any with uncountable nouns;
how much, how many
Nick and Jenny are making a cake .
JENNY
NICK

JENNY
NICK

Grammar lesson

We need some sugar, some flour, two eggs,


some butter and some milk.
Milk? We haven't got any! How much milk

some and any with


uncountable nouns

do we need?
Not much. We can use wate r.
Well , I know we've got some water!
And how many eggs do we need?
Have we got any? Where are they?

Things that you can count, like bananas


and apples, are countable nouns. Things
that you can't count, like sugar and flour,
are uncountable nouns. We use some and
any with plural countable nouns and
uncountable nouns.
Use some in affirmative sentences.
We've got some water.
2 Use any in negative sentences.
There isn 't any milk.
3 Use any in most questions.
Have we got any milk?
1

how much and how many


Use how much with uncountable nouns.
How much milk have we got?
How much flour is there?
2 Use how many with countable nouns.
How many eggs have we got?
How many lemons are there?

Words to learn
onion
tea
need
know
pineapple
pear
rice
omelette
coffee
meat
fruit
money
time

Chapter 19

o Making a cake
Put in some or any .
Jenny and Nick are making a chocolate cake. They've got q

.~'?m~ ....

. .... flour.

They've got 1 ................ sugar. They need 2 ................ milk. Unfortunately,


they haven't got
have they got

3 ................

5 ................

milk, but they've got

4 ................

chocolate? Oh , dear. There isn't

water! And

6 ................ .

Is there 7 . . .............. margarine


There isn 't

or butter, Nick?

there's

8 ................

9 ................

And there's

margarine, but

butte r in th e fridge .

10 ................

cheese. Do

we need that?

Memory game

e Is there any?
Look at the picture in exercise 2 agai n . Ask a
partner questions with any. Your par mer
answers with some or any, like this

rice
YOU
PARTNER

Is there any rice?


Yes, there's some rice.

flour
YOU
PARTNER

Is there any flour?


No, there isn't any flou r.

1 coffee
2 bread
3 cheese
4
5
6
7
8

9
10
Look at the things on the table for one minute.
Close the book. Say what's on the table.
Use a, an or some .

11

12

butter
orange juice
margarine
milk
meat
water
tea
chocolate
sugar

There's some meat, a banana ...


Chapter 19

More cooking
You 're making these things.
Write what you need and what you don't need.
Use some, any, a or an .

')

carrot soup

~(
-

~~~
~)
l
'

-<<":::;V~(

('").!-:(\?-

~-

'1
c- _ _ ~

"I~)
-:> ~orl.g
~

J.. rl~~.4 .. ~r:'I. ..C?rl i.C?rll .. ~~~~ .. ~~r.r:C?:l:~...~rl4 .. ~ .. p.C?~~~C? ~ ... . ......................... .
J.. ~~r:'I.'t . !"!~~4 ...q .. p.lr:'l~~p.pJ~ .. 9.t: .. ~r:'I~ .. ~b~c;..C?t~~~~ ................................. .

~'-~~mlJ
~\ [~
f~ ~~l1
l\~J w
~",,--

1 a chocolate pancake

2 a cheese omelette

4 a cup of tea

~\~lo~~o

5 a banana milk-shake

Chapter 19

. ~/

o Puzzle
Complete the sentences to solve the puzzle.
~

c>

aIn

t--

I--

I--

~
4

I
c-

110

11

I
12

I--

t--

'---

,-0"

Down

Across

1 How c::>

m~!'!~

..... ... . books have you got?

4 They're poor. They haven't got much

1 How ................. rain falls in England?


2 He's hungry. He wants ........ . . . ... . . . bread .
3 She's late. She hasn't got much

5 We need some ..... . .... . .... to make a pizza.


7 I want some fruit. Have you got any

6 How many ................ . have we gm?


I want to make an omelette.

.... .. .. ......... ?

10 Nick's got some chewing gum and some

chocolate, but Jenny hasn 't got any

I haven't got .............. . .. homework. so I


can watch television.

9 Is there any .. . . . . . ... . . . . . . . in my coffee?

12 How much ................. do you drink?

11 Jenny's thirsty. She wants some . . .. ... . ... . . .. .

Questions
Make questions with How much and How many.

c::> pocket money do you get?

c>

How much pocket money do you get?


brothers and sisters have you got?
How many brothers and sisters have you got?

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

fruit do you eat?


books do you buy in a year?
water do you drink?
sweets do you buy?
chocolate do you eat?
milk do yo u drin k?
letters do you write?
homework do you do?
Chapter 19

How often do you help?


Adverbs of frequency
AMANDA
NICK

JENNY
NICK

How often do you help in the house, Nick?


Oh, I often help. I tidy my room every week.
No, you don't. You never tidy your room.
You're always too busy.
That's not true Jenny! I sometimes do it. I
tidy my room every Christmas. So I do it
once a year!

Grammar lesson
Adverbs of frequency
Adverbs of frequency tell us how often
something happens.
Who does the washing-up?
Trig Jenny
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thurs
Fri
Sat
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thurs
Fri

Nick

Mrs Bell

Mr Bell

~
~
~

~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~

~
~
~
~

Trig never does the washing-up.


Nick and Jenny sometimes do the washing-up.
Mrs Bell usually does the washing-up.
She often does it five times a week.
Mr Bell always does the washing-up on Sunday.
Mr Bell does the washing-up once a week.
He does it every Sunday.
We put never, often, always, etc.
1 before a full verb :
Trig never does the washing-up.
I often help.
2 after the verb be :
You 're a/ways too busy!

Words to learn
busy
late

funny
hungry

Chapter 20

dirty
tired

We put once a ... , twice a ... and every ...


in a different place. They usually go at the
end of the sentence.
I tidy my room every week.
Mr Bell does the washing-up once a week.

o Trig and Chip


Put in never, sometimes, usually, often or always.

never sometimes often usually always

c::>

Trig/do the washing up

,/
,/

1 Chip/chase the neighbours' cat


,/

2 Trig/do his English homework


3 Trig and Chip/hide from Jenny and Nick

,/

4 Trig/be funny

,/
,/

5 Chip/bury his bones


,/

6 Trig/have a bath

,/

7 Trig and Chip/play with Nick and Jenny

,/

8 Trig feat his dinner

Trig

.........

n~.~~r

does the washing-up .

4 Trig's .. .............. funny.

1 Chip ....... . ...... chases the neighbours' cat.

5 Chip ................ buries his bones.

2 Trig ................ does his English

6 Trig .... .... ........ has a bath .


7 Trig and Chip . . ........ . ..... play with Nick

homework.
3 Trig and Chip ................ hide from Nick

and Jenny.

and Jenny.
Trig .... .. ....... .. . eats his dinner.

Tell the truth!


Say how often. Write sentences with never,

sometimes, usually, often or always.

q
q
1
Tell the
truth, Trig!

OK. I often
eat sweets .

2
3
4
5
6
7
8

9
10

go to bed late
I often go to bed late.
am hungry
I'm always hungry.
read in bed
go to the cinema
buy sweets
am tired
do my hom ewo rk
play fo otball
get up at four o'clock
am late for school
do the washing-up
am ki nd to m y friend s

Chapter 20

Holidays
Write the sentences again. Add the words in brackets ( ).

c:::> Nick and Jenny go on holiday in August. (always)

N.i~k .. ~t:l~ . )~nt:l~ . AI~~~~ .. gC? ..C?n ..h~l.i.4~~ ..!~...Al:lgl:l~~~ ..... ... ... . ...... ............ ..... .. .
c:::> They fly to Europe. (usually)

Th~~ ..~~~~!I.~ ...f!~ ..i:~ .. ~~~9.p~................. .. .. .. ............ .. ........ ... .. ........ ..... ........ .
1 They go to Greece or Spain . (sometimes)

2 They forget their passports. (never)

3 They go to museums. (sometimes)

In August it's very hot. (usually)

Nick and Jenny swim in the sea. (always)

In August the beaches are crowded. (often)

7 Before the holidays Nick and Jenny are excited. (always)

8 They take Chip with them. (never)

Chip stays with Tom or Amanda. (usually)

10 Unfortunately, he isn't a good dog. (always)

Chapter 20

o How often do you ... ?


Write answers to these questions. Use:
once (or twice or three times) a day/week/month/year
OR

every morning/day/evening/week/year
How often do you

c:::> listen to music?

J..!i.9t:~r1 . JC? .ml;l~i.c;... .~Y~r:-~ ..~~~ ~ ......... ... ....... ......... ........ ........... ... ..... ..

1 go on holiday7 ... . . .... ..... . .... . . . . . ... . ... . ... .... ...... . ........ . .. . ... . ... . ... . . ... . . . . . . ... .. .. .. . . .. . . . .. . .. .
.. your gran d parents 7. . ... .... .. . . ... . . ..... . . . ... . .. .. . ..... . ... .. ...... . ... ... . . . . . . ... . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . ... . . . . .
2 VISIt
3

buy new shoes? . ... . .. . . .... . .... . ... . ... . .... . . ..... ..................... ... ... . ...... . . . ........ . . . . ......... . .. .

talk to your best friend? ... . .. ... .. .. . . . . ...... . . ... .. . . .. ... . ... .. ............ . ............ . .... . ... . . . . .. . . . . . . .

5 eat in a restaurant? . . . .... .. .. . . ... . .. ... . .. .. . . .. . .. .... . ...... .. .... . ..... ....... ....... . .... ... .. .... . .. . . . . . .. .
6

have a haircut? .. .. .. ... ... .. ... .. . .. . . .... ..... . . . . ..... .. . ......... . ... . ..... . .. .. ..... . .. .. . . . . . ..... . .. .. . ..... . .

7 go to the dentist? . . . . . ... . .. . . . ... .. ...... ...... .. .. . . . .. . . . ... . ... . ............ . . . .. ... ............ . . ... .. .. ..... .
8

buy presents for yo ur pare nts? ... .... . .. .. .. . .. ... .. . ... . ... .... . .. .. ... .. ..... . ... . ... .... .. . . . ... .. . .. ... . . . . .

tidy your room? .. . . . ..... .. . . . . ... ... . .. ... .. . .. .. . .. ... . .... . . . ...... . ....... . . .... ........ . . .. .. . . . .. . . ... ... . . . .

10 brush your teeth? .. . ... .. . .. ... . ...... . ... . ...... . . . . .. . .. .. .. . ... ..... . ...... .. .. . .................... ... . . ... . .. .

o
0.

Class game
Write an action on a strip of paper, like this:

cl. Now write, for exa mple, once a year, twice a


week, three times a month, ten times a day .

cleal1

Read the sentences to the class. Possib le


sentences:

m~ shoes

dean

yY\~ shoes

once () ~e()r

b Fo ld the paper so that your action is at the


back, like this:

= Exchange papers with a partner. Don 't read


what's on the paper!
Chapter 20

Revision 4

(chapters 16-20)

What are they doing?

c::>

It's six o'clock in the evening. What are they


doing? Write sentences .

3
I,

2
3
4
5

play - gUitar
Nick .'~ .. p.1.4~Jng .. .~h~ ..g'-:l!t.4f....... ...... ... .
clean - footba ll boots
Tom ........ .... . ........................... .. .. ... .
sleep
Fluff .... . ........ ......... . ............. . ... . .. .... .
watch - television
Mr Bell and Trig . ........... .. .. ........ . ... .. .. . .
cook - dinner
Mrs Bell . . ....... .. ... .. . ....... .. . .... . .. .... ... .
sit - garden
Chip . ...... . .... .. ... .............. . ........ ..... .. .

e Love or hate?
What do they like, love or hate doing? Write sentences.
like(s)

c::>
1
2
3
4
5
6

love(s)

hate(s)

Tom play football Tq~ .. .l.qV~.~ .. pl~~in9.. .fPC?~~.4U........ .. .. .. ....... .. .......... .......... ... .... .... .
Nick do the washing-up . ... .. ....... .... . ...... . ...... . ...... . .... . ... . ......... .. ... ... . ... .. ..... ... . .. . .. .
Jenny and Amanda phone friends .. .. ... ... ........ .. .. . ... ... . .. .. .. ... .. .... ... ... . ... . ... ..... .... .. .. .. . .
Jenny babysit ......... ..... .. ... . ....... ... . ..... .......... .... ... . .... .. .. .. .. ............ .. ... ... ..... . .... ... .
Tom and Nick ride their bikes ... ........ . ... .......................... . ..... ........................ . .. .. . .
Amanda and Tom tidy their rooms ..... ..... ...... ......... .. .... . .. ... ......... ......... .. .. .. ... .... .. . .
Chip run after Fluff .. .... ..... . ....... . .. .. ... .. ....... ............. . : . ... ........................ ...... .. .. . . .

Trig can see them


Put in the correct object pronouns (me, him, etc.).

c::>
1
2
3
4
5

Trig th inks, 'I can see the children, but they can't see m~. ... ... ... ..'
Trig can see Nick and Jenny, but they can't see ............... .
The children can't see Trig, but he can see ........... . ... .
Trig says to Chip, 'Jenny can 't see me, but I can see ................ '
Trig says to Chip, 'You can see the children, but they can't see ................ '
Chip thinks, 'We can see Nick and Jenny, but they can't see ........ .. .... .. '

Revision 4

Word puzzle
Circle the uncountable words and put them in the puzzle.
apple
C"offe~
fruit
meat
money
onion
potato
rice
sugar
tea
time

c-

f'

f'

Can you go with us?


Circle the correct words.
GEORGE
CARLO

GEORGE
CARLO
GEORGE
CARLO

C:> ~ Must you go to the cinema with us tonight?


No, I 1 can'tjmustn 't. I 2 mustjcan write a letter to my uncle. I hate
3 write/writing letters. After that I must 4 tidy/to tidy my room.
Can you go tomorrow?
No, I haven't got 5 some/any money.
How 6 many/much pocket money do you get?
Not 7 much/many. I don't buy 8 many/much things. I sometimes
buy 9 some/any comics or 10 some/a chocolate.

Mistakes
Find the mistakes. Write the sentences correctly.

c:>
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

NiCk isn)t ~ hiS homeUXJrk. Ni~k .. J?nl .. ~~ing, .. bJ? ..b!=!t:Y:\~.~9.r:~.. . . .... .. . . ....... . . . .... . ... .. . .. ... .. .. .
why is chcA.si~ Chip the ca.t? .. .... .. ........... . ..... ........ .. ...... .. .... .. .......... ........ ... . .. ... .. .. .. ... .
Lemons o.re ~ood... for you., bu.t I d...on)t like they . .. .. .... .. ........................... .. .... .. ............. .. ..
Tom hcA.tes ~eti~ u.p eo..rly. . ..... . ........ .. ...... .... ...... .. ... .. . ... ...... .. ........... ... .... . .... .... . .. .. ... .
NiCk mu.sts tid...y his room. . .. .... .. .. .. . .. .. ............ ....... . ... . .. . ....... .. .......... . .. .... .. . ..... ..... .. ... .
f+ow mo...ny cheese hcA.ve l.I.Je ~ot? ........ ... .... .. ...... .. .... ........................ .. ....... ....... ... .. .... ... .. .
.:Jenny tid...ies every l.I.Jeek her room . ........ . ................. .... .... . ............ ...... .... . ...... .. .. ..... .. ... ..
No, there isn)t some milk . . ... . .............. . ...... . ................. .. ........ .. ..... .. ... .... ... .. .. .. ... ..... .. .
I d...o o...lllUYs my homeUXJrk in the eveni~ . .......... .. ...... . ...... ... ........ .... .. .. ... .... .. .. .. .... .......... .
f+ere)s 0... flou.r. We ca.n mo...ke 0... ca.ke . .. .. ...... .. ......................... .. ........ ..... . . .. ... ... ... .. ........ .
f+cw mu.ch letters d...o you. uXite every l.I.Jeek? .... .. .... ... .. ....... .. ... .. .. ........ .. ....... .... .. ............ ..

Revision 4

Tom plays football


Present simple or continuous? let's
Let's talk about Tom. Tom loves football. He plays
twice a week. He's playing now. Let's watch.

Grammar lesson
Present simple or continuous?
1 We use the present simple for repeated
actions - things that happen (or don't
happen) many times or all the time.
We often use it with always, never, once a
week, every day, etc.
We do homework every day.
Tom usually plays football twice a week.

Let's talk about Nick. Nick hates homework. But


he does it every day. He's doing his homework at
the moment.

We also use it for facts which do


not change.
Nick hates homework.
2 We use the present continuous for
something that is happening at the
moment of speaking.
We often use it with now or at the
moment.
Tom's playing football now.
Nicks doing his homework at the moment.
Chip isn't chasing Fluff now.

let's
We use let's (or let us) + base form for a
suggestion.
Lets talk about Tom.
Lets watch.

Words to learn
waitress doctor
policeman cook

Chapter 21

farmer
pupil

o What are they doing?


Look at the pictures. Write what the people are
and what they're doing now.

pupils - learn English

a waitress - bring food

.$~ ~~ .. ~ ..W~j~r.~.. .$m ~~.. .l?rj~i.Y)g. . f~!

5 a teacher - teach the class

1 a doctor - help his patients

2 footballers - play football

7 ch ildren - play in the park

3 a farmer - drive a tractor


<:::::>

c:::>
a poli ceman - stop the cars
_~

Chapter 21

It's the wrong day


It's Tuesday. Nick and Jenny are doing things today
that they usually do on other days. Write what they're doing ,
and when they usually do it.
Nick

Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Jenny
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

plays football ../


helps in the kitchen
tidies his bedroom
practises the guitar
does his homework

has a piano lesson


goes to the cinema
talks to Amanda on the phone
plays tennis

Ni~!<~ .. .p!~~i.r:l!! .. fC?9:U~~!! .. ~C?~.4~h .. ~~~.. .


.ht:!...l,1~l,1~IJ~ .. pl.4~~ .. ~t:l ...YY~4r1~?q~~ ........ .

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

5 .. . .. ........................ .. ... .. .... . ............ .

..................................................... .

6 ....... .. ......................................... . .. .

3 ....................................... .. . .......... . .

7 ........ ..................... .. ........... .. ...... ... .

4 .............. . ...................................... .

8 .. ............................. .. ........ .. ...... . ... .

Chapter 21

Zoe and Anna


:4.

Read about Zoe.

This is Zoe. She's from Greece. She 's thirteen


years old . She's learning English in England. She
likes England. She's got a lot of English books.
She doesn 't like music. She plays volleyball.
It's raining today. Zoe and Jenny are speaking
English. Zoe 's making mistakes. She 's laughing.

Q Ask your partner ten questions about Zoe. Use

o Let's ...
Make suggestions with Let's . Use:
go to the swimming pool ./
switch on the light
close the window
look for him
watch televisi on
read them
ask her for som e sweets
go to the park
stop him
have a drink
make some sandwiches
~

It's very hot today.

.l:.~t.'? ..g9 .. ~.c? . 1h~ .. ?~11'!l~.ing .. .pq9.1 ~ .... .


1

['m hungry.

It 's raining. We can't play outside.

It's dark in here.

It isn't raining .

It's cold in here.

I'm thirsty.

the present simple and the prese nt continuous.


~

Is she learning English in Greece?


PARTNER No, she isn 't. She's learning English
in England.
YOU
Does she like speaking English?
PARTNER Yes, she does.
YOU

7 Trig's hiding.
This is Anna. She 's from Greece. She's thirteen
years old. She 's visiting England with her class.
She doesn't like England. She hasn 't got any
English books. She plays tennis. She plays
the piano .
It isn 't raining today. Anna and Jenny are
playing tennis in the park. Anna 's losing. She's
making mistakes. She isn't laughing. She isn 't
having fun.

Here's Mum.

Chip's chasing the cat.

10 Here are som e comics.

d Your pa rtner asks you ten questions about


Anna .
Chapter 21

Nick had a bad dream


Past simple of be; Past simple of have
I had a bad dream last night. In my dream I
was in an old house. It was cold and dark.
TOM Were you frightened?
NICK Yes, I was. There was a monster in the
house. It had big eyes and it was green.
TO M Did it have sharp t eeth?
NI CK Yes, it did. I think it was Trig's brother!
NICK

Grammar lesson
Past simple of be
Ijhe/she/it was
you/we/they were
Ijhe/she/it was not OR wasn 't
you/we/they were not OR weren't
was Ijhe/she/it?
were you/we/they?

there was
there were

there was not OR wasn't


there were not OR weren't

Questions and short answers


Was Nick frightened? Yes, he was.
Were its eyes sma ll? No, they weren't.
Was there a monster? Yes, there was.
Were there two monsters? No, there weren't.

Past simple of have


you
he
she
it
we
you
they

had

you
he
she
it
we
you
they

did not have


didn't have

Questions and short answers


Did he have a bad dream last night?
Yes, he did.
Did it have small eyes? No, it didn't.
We use the past simple for actions that
start ed and finished in the past. We often
use it with a time expression.
Nick had a bad dream last night.

Cha pter 22

OR

Words to learn
have: breakfast, lunch, supper, a meal, a shower, a bath
have: a sore throat, a cold, a toothache, a headache, a temperature
be: hungry, thirsty, hot, cold, ill

Where were they yesterday?


Say where they were. Use was or were.
~

Peter was at the theatre.

football stadium

~
~=

swimming pool

Chapter 22

e Famous people quiz


Who were these famous people?
What was their nationality? Use was or were.

~~? . .~n .. ~r:-t.i.~~... .H~...~~~ .. ~p~ni.~h................... ... ............ ... ..... ..... ........ .

Pablo Picasso

Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra ~~r.f!. ...~i.t:\Sf!.r.~ ~ .. ThE;~ ..~(}..r.~... ~~~.r:i.c;.~t:\ .............................. .

artist - Spanish

singe rs - American

1 queen - Egyptian

2 writers - English
3 emperor - French

4 scientist - French

5 explorer - Italian

6 presidents - American

1 Cleopatra ... . ..... . . .. ......................... . . .... ............... . ......... . ............. . ...... . ..... . .......... .
2 William Shakespeare and Charles Dickens . . .. .. . ....................... . .. .. ... . .. . ... . ..... . ....... .. .. . ... .
3

apoleon Bonaparte . . ............. . ........ .. .. . ... .. .... . ...... . . . . .. .... . ... . ........... . ........ . ... . ...... . . .

:vlarie Curie ..... . ... . . ... .......... . ... . ... .. ...... . ... . . .. . . ..... . ..... . ... . ... . ............ . .................. . ... .

5 Chri stop her Columbus ........ . ......... . . ... . .. .. . .... .. .... .. .. . ........... . .............. . ... . ...... .. . . ...... .
6 John F Kennedy and George Washington . . .... . .. ... . ... . ..... . . . ........ . ...... . .. . ........ . ..... . . .. . . ... .. .
Chapter 22

o Question time

Yesterday
Put in have, had or didn't have .

a. Write short answers.


~

Were you at school yesterday?

.Y~.~l ..J. ..~~~ ~ ....


~

N'c?l .. l .. '#~~~J ~ .

Did you have a big breakfast this morning?

.Y~.~
~ Nick h~( .......... a bad dream last night.

OR

I ..

J. ..~!~..... ..

OR

N.C? .l .. ~.i~,r:l .'t..... .


l.

1 Were you at home yes te rday?

~ Did the monster h~Y~ .......... sharp teeth?


1 It ................ big eyes.

Were you ill?

3 Were your friends at school yesterday?


4 Was your teacher at school yesterda ?

2 Did Jenny ................ a temperature

5 Were there any letters for you yesterday?

yesterday?

3 Yes, and she ................ a sore throat.

6 Was there a parcel for you?

4 She ................ breakfast. She


7 Did you have lunch at home yesterday?

8 Was there a football m atch on television

yes terday?

5 What time did Trig ................ breakfast?

6 Trig ................ breakfast at ten o 'clock.

9 Was yo ur favourite program me on


television last night?

7 He ................ three eggs, two bananas


and a biscuit.

10 Did you have a bath last nig ht?

~ 3 (<-~
~~

~'()

((

.......-'"

~ D~ \"
//'-- ~

Cf(/j)~
8

11 Did you have eggs for breakfast this


morning?

12 Were yo u late for school this morning?

Chip ................ a bath.

9 Mrs Bell ................ a bath .

b Now ask a partner these questions.

10 She ................ a shower!


Chapter 22

Did Trig help?


Past simple of regular verbs; ago
NICK

TOM
NICK

Two days ago Trig was in the garden.


First he watched Dad. Then he filled the
watering-can and carried it to the flower-bed.
Dad was pleased. He smiled.
But he didn't smile for long.
Oh, dear. Did Trig 'help' again?
Well, he tried. He pulled up the flowers
and watered the weeds!

Grammar lesson
Past simple of regular verbs

We use the past simple for actions that


started and finished in the past. We often use
it with a time expression.
Two days ago Trig helped in the garden.

Most verbs are regular. Add ed or d to the


base form for the past simple affirmative:
help - helped, smile - smiled
Trig watched Dad.

Spelling
1 After a consonant y changes to ied.
try - tried, carry - carried
2 Double the consonant when a one-syllable
verb ends in one vowel + one consonant.
stop - stopped, plan - planned

After did, did not or didn't, use only the


base form.
Did he help?
Dad didn't smile for long.
you
he
she
it
we
you
they

helped

you
he
she
it
we
you
they

Questions and short answers


Did he help? Yes, he did.
Did they help? No, they didn't.

ago
did not help
didn't help

OR

An hour ago means 'an hour before now'.


Look where we put ago.
It's six o'clock. Tom arrived an hour ago.
(= He arrived at five o'clock.)
Also: a week ago, three days ago, two
years/months ago, two minutes/hours ago.

Words to learn
The words in exercise 1.

Chapter 23

o Make lists
Write the past simple forms of these verbs. Put them in the correct lists.
love..!
help..!
stop

live
watch
try

tidy
taste
carry

fill
arrive
rub

bury
mend
smile

ed

plan
talk
visit

study
empty
marry

ied

double consonant + ed

Yesterday
Write what the Bell family did yesterday.

c::>

mend the fence (Mr Bell)

.Mr. ..~~.IJ ...~~n~~~ ...~h~ .. f~n~~ ~ ....... ... ..


1

repair his bicycle (Nick)

wash the car (Mrs Bell)

7 bury a bone (Chip)

study for a Maths test (Jenny)

dust the living-room (Jenny)

clean the windows (Mr Bell)

paint the bathroom (Mrs Bell)

tidy the bedrooms (Mrs Bell)

empty the bins (Nick)

10 cook an omelette (J enny)

Chapter 23

Stories

~ ~1
,~

~ ~

(l:>
<::?

CL Who was it? Put in the correct names from the list.

Cinderella ~
Beauty
Little Red Riding Hood
Snow White
Goldilocks
Pinocchio
Aladdin
c:)

.c;:..in~~r:-~IJ~ .... ............... ...... lived with her stepmother and stepsisters. She married a prince.

1 ....................................... visited her grandmother. She talked to a wolf.


2 .. ..................................... tasted the bears ' porridge.
3

.. ..................................... rubbed a lamp . He had three wishes.

........ .. .. ............ .. .. .. ...... .. . lived with seven dwarfs . She was very beautiful.

5 .... . .. .. .. .. . ...... .. .. . ... .... ....... loved roses. Helped a beast to become a handsome prince.
6

.. .. .. .......... .. .................. .. . was a puppet. He turned into a boy.


Chapter 23

10 Now correct these statements.


c:::> Cinderella talked to a wolf.

.~.in~~r:-!=!.I.I~ .. ~.i~.Y)J ..t.~U~...t.~ . A . .W~I.f. .. .$.hf!... .t:Y)~rr:-J~.4 .. ~ ..p~j~.y!=!. ........................ ....... .. .. ..


c:::> Little Red Riding Hood lived with seven dwarfs .

.~Jt~I.~ .. :R~q .. :R.i~.ing ..Hp~ .. ~!~nl .. HI(~ .. ~i~b .. .~Y~n .. ~.~~rf!?~ .. ~h~ . yj!?jt~q .. h~r.. gr:-~n~~~th~r:-~ .
1 Aladdin loved roses.

2 Snow White lived with her stepmother and stepsisters.

Beauty tasted the bears' porridge.

Pinocchio rubbed a lamp.

5 Goldilocks helped a beast to become a handsome p rince.

Cinderella married a beast.

o Did she? Did he?


With a partner, ask or answer ten questions
about the story characters in exercise 3.
Give short answers .

c:::>

Did Cinderella live with her


stepmother and stepsisters?
PARTNER Yes, she did.
YOU
Did Aladdin love roses?
PARTNER No, he didn't.

YOU

Et

What about you?


Answer the questions with ago .

c:::> When was your birthday?


About three months ago. OR Two weeks ago.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

When was your best frien d 's binhda y?


When did you last watch a film ?
When did you last visi t your bes[ fr iend?
When did you start school?
When was your last m eal?
When did you last inv ite a friend co
your house?
When was the last scho ol holi day?
When was yo ur last Engl ish [est?
When did you last paint a picture ?
When did you last tid y your bedroom?

Chapter 23

Nick lost his money


Past simple of irregular verbs
Nick lost his money yesterday.
JENNY
NICK

JENNY
NICK

JENNY
NICK

JENNY

Where did you go yesterday?


I went to the sports shop on the bus.
I bought some new wheels for my
skateboard.
Perhaps you left your money on the bus.
No, I didn't. I paid for the wheels.
Perhaps you lost it in the shop.
No, I didn't lose it in the shop.
Did you spend it all on a present for me?

Grammar lesson
Past simple of irregular verbs
In the past simple, irregular verbs have
special affirmative forms. There is a list of
them on page 95.
We make the negative and the question
forms with did not or didn 't and did + base
form, as for regular verbs .
you
he
she
it
we
you
they

went

you
he
she
it
we
you
they

did not go
didn't go

Questions and short answers


Did you go? Yes, I did.
Did he go? No, he didn't.

Words to learn
The words in exercises 1 and 2.

Chapter 24

OR

Pairs
Find and write ten pairs.
lose ,/
leave
find
pay
left
spend

found
sing
go
went
spent
run

Base form

c::> k~~~.. . ....... .

paid
give
came
lost ,/
sang

come
gave
bought
buy
ran

Past simple

c::> .k~~~ ......... .

More pairs
Find the pairs.
~
~

Cl

make, made
get, got

Base form

Past simple

make
get
fly
break
fall
bring
write
take
sit
swim
see
eat

fell
brought
broke
sat
swam
got
wrote
took
flew
made
ate
saw

b Base form
dig
drink
think
do
tell
stand
be
have
know
begin

Past simple
did
stood
was
told
had
began
thought
knew
dug
drank

A summer holiday
Put in the past simple forms.
Use all the verbs from exercise 2a.
Last year Nick, Jenny and their parents ~ .f!~~ ........ .
to Greece on holiday. They

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

the Parthenon

and they 2 ............ .. .. a lot of Greek food. They


3 .. ..............

on the beach in the sun and

4 ................

in the warm sea. They all

5 .............. ..

sunburned. Nick and Jenny

6 .............. . .

friends. They

some postcards to their

7 ........ .. ......

some Greek

friends in England and they 8 ................ a lot of


photographs. They

9 ......... . . . ... .

home a lot of

souvenirs. Unfortunately, Mr Bell

10 ................

the hotel steps and

11 ..... . . ....... . .

down

his arm.

Chapter 24

o Trig can do it. Can you?


Write correct questions.

did

1 1

Where 11 go 1 1 last year

Nick and Jenny

1 1

[l]

see 11 they 1 1 Did 1 1 the Parthenon 1

00
~

[Did] they I~ the Parthenon

.vYh~r~ ..~.i~ ..Nj~~ ..~n~ ... ~~~n~ ..S9 .. !c;l~t. ..~~~r:-~ ..

they

What

@2]

they

any postcards

Did

Where

did

UillJ

10

Did

1 1

sit l l Did l i on the beach

11

th ey

1 1

eat

11

di d

1 1

take

1 1

1 1

Did

1 1

1 1

1 1

1 1

bring

write

photographs

1 1

Where

Chapter 24

Did

they 1 1 swim

What

1 1

get 1 1 sunburned

1 1

Mr Bell

1 1

1 1

he

1 1

home

1 1

did

1 1

1 1

did

[TI

they

Nick and Jenny

they 1

1 1

[l]

IT]

[IJ

break

11

[IJ

1 1

[IJ

[l]

they

1 1

any souvenirs

[TI

10

.D.i~ .. t:b~.~ .. ~~~ . J.h~...P~r:tr~~R~.~....

[IJ

What 11 did l i on the beach

[TI

[l]

o Last week, last month and last year


Cl.

What did you do last week, last month and last year?
Answer the questions with full sentences.

c:>

Did you go to school last week?

.Y((..~) .. J ..~((.n~ . JC? ..~~.h9.c?! .. !~~t. . '~((.~~" "'"

c:>

OR

J..~J~nJ.. .g9 . JC? ..~~h9.c?1... !~~t.. . '~((.~~ '"

How many letters did you write last month?

J.. ~.i~.I').l .. Wr.i.~((... .~rm ..I~~~((.r~ .. J~~~ .. ~.c?~~h.


1

N'c?L .

OR

J..Wr9~t;. .. JW.c? . .I~~~t;.r.~ .. )~.~t....m9.I')~r~ .... .

Did you lose any money last week?

2 What did you do last Tuesday?

Did you break a glass last week?

Did you do a lot of homework last week?

How many films did you see last month?

Did you buy any presents last month?

7 Did you go on holiday last year?

Where did you go last year?

Did you make any new friends last year?

10 Did you buy a new bicycle last year?

b Now give short answers to the questions where you can.

Chapter 24

What's Trig going to do?


be going to

JENNY
NICK

Trig's in the kitchen. What's he going


to do?
He's going to make a cake. He bought the
ingredients yesterday. It's a surprise for
Mum's birthday. He's going to give it to her
after dinner.

JENNY
NICK

Oh no! Look! He's going to put salt in


the cake!
Trig! Stop!

Grammar lesson
be going to
I am
you are
he is
she is
it is
we are
you are
they are
I am not

going to make

OR

I'm not going to make

Questions and short answers


Are you going to make a cake? Yes, I am.
OR No, I'm not.
Is he going to make a cake? Yes, he is. OR
No, he isn't.

Chapter 25

1 Use be going to + base form for a future


intention or plan.
He's going to make a cake.
2 Use be going to + base form for a
prediction, when something in the present
tells us about the future.
He's going to put salt in the cake!

Words to learn
early
ill
bored
wet
glasses
dark
fridge
dry
medicine
garage

o What are they going to do?


Match the two columns. Then write new sentences with be going to.

q
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14

Mr Bell's hot.
Chip's thirsty.
Jenny's tired.
Mrs Bell's ill.
Nick's bored.
Chip and Trig are hungry.
Mr Todd's cold.
Amanda and Mrs Todd are wet.
Tom can't answer the question.
It's dark. Tom can't see.
Mrs Todd can't read the newspaper.
It's Tom 's birthday next week.
Jenny can't find Chip .
Mr Allen can't start the car.
Nick's got toothache.
\

go to bed early
watch television
have a drink
ask his mum
look for him in the garden
have a cold shower
switch on the light
find her glasses
have a party
get some food from the fridge
have a hot bath
go to the dentist
put on some dry clothes
have some medicine
phone the garage

.Mr. .. ~~.IJ .'? ..g~ins. . Jq .. h4'!~...~. . .yql.4.. .~bq~~.r: : ............ ............... .......... .

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

3 .... . .... .. ..... . ...... . ..... . .. ... .. .. . ......... ..... .......................... ..... . ........ . ... .
4 ............. .. .......... .. ........ . .. .. .. . .... .... .. ... .. .. ..... .. . .. ... ..... . .. ................. .

5 ..... . ........ .. .......... .. ........... .. ... .................................. ............... .... . .

6
7 .. ....................... .............. .. ... .... ... ... .. ... .... ........... ........................ .
8 ................................... . .. . . ... . . . . ... . .. . ............. . . .... . ........................ .

9
10 ................. . ................. .. .. . ................. . ........... . ....... . ......... . . .. ....... .
11 ......... . ....................... . ............................ . ............ .. . .. .. . ............... .

12 .. ........... . .. .... .. .............. .. .. ....... . .... ........ . ....... . .. . .............. ..... ....... .
13 ................................................. . ........ . .... .. ............................... . . .
14 ..... . .. . ............. . .......... . ... ...... ..................................... . ... . . . ........... .

Chapter 25

e At the weekend
Say what you are going to do, or are not going
to do, at the weekend.

c::> visit a friend

5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

I'm going to visit a friend.


c::> wash my hair
I'm not going to wash my hair.
1
2
3
4

tidy my room
make a cake
watch television
phone my friends

visit an aunt or uncle


write some emails
help in the house
play computer games
sit in the sun
play football
write a letter
buy some clothes

Future plans
These children already have plans for their futures.
Match what they like or can do with what they are goi ng to do or be.
Then write new sentences with be going to.
\

c::> Kate likes animals.


1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Mark is good at maths.


Alice likes cooking.
Sam loves aeroplanes.
LUcy loves children.
Scott loves trains.
Sarah is good at painting.
Emma wants to be a doctor.
Ann loves computers.
Paul likes writing stories.
Bill loves sports.

be a pilot
be a teacher
work in a bank
be a vet
be a train driver
study art
study medicine
buy a restaurant
be a writer
be a PE teacher
study computer science

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

3 ............................................................................... .
4 ............................................................................... .

6
7

............................................................................... .

8
9 . .............................................................................. .
1 0 ............................................................................... .

Chapter 25

What's going to happen?


Look at the picture. Write what's going to
happen or what the person is going to do.
Use:
answer the phone '"
rain
eat the cake
make a cake
water the flowers
pack his suitcase
fall
play football
chase the cat

He .............. . ......... . ....... . ...... . ... ... .. . .

She ...................... . ............... ....... .. . .

6 He ................. . .. . ............... . .. ... .. . .

1 He ...................................... . .......... .

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7 They .................. . ....... . .. .. . .. .

It. .................................................. .

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8 He ................ .. ... ........................ .

3 She . . ... . ... . ...................................... .


Cha

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Revision 5

(chapters 21-5)

o They usually walk to school


Complete the sentences with the correct forms of the verbs (present simple or present continuous).
Nick and Jenny usually ~c;l!k
to school, but not today. It.'~ . .r~i.t:ljng! ,
1 Tom and Nick often ....... ...... . .. computer games, but today they
................ comics.
2 Every Tuesday Jenny and Amanda ....... .... . .. .. swimming, but today they
................ French.
3 Tom ................ his homework now. He usually ................ it in the evening.
4 Nick ................ football now, but he usually ......... . . ... .. at the weekend.
5 Mrs Bell usually ................ to the supermarket, but today she
................ there.

.........

c>

walk, rain
play, read
go, learn
dO,do
play, play
walk, drive

Jenny had a cold


Complete the sentences with the correct past simple form of be or have.
MRS BELL
CARLO
MRS BELL
CARLO
MRS BELL
CARLO
MRS BELL
CARLO

Jenny

c> ~c;l?r) .'t.... .. .. ... . at school

.D.i4 ..

yesterday. (

c>
?.h~ h~~~ . a cold?
Yes, she did. She 1 ................ a temperature as well. She 2 ................ in bed all day.
3 . .. ............. Nick at school?
No, he 4 ................ . He 5 ... ....... ...... ill, too. He 6 ................ a sore throat.
7 ................ a headache?
Yes, he 8 . ... . .......... ..
George and Zoe 9 ................ ill yesterday, too. They 10 .. .............. at school either.

...

e A busy day
Last Saturday Jenny and Nick had a busy day.
What did they do? (./) What didn't they do? (X)
Write sentences.

c> .~~.r)rm ..~9':lgh~ .. ~ .. ~.i.r:~h~~ .. ~~.r:~ .... .... .

f9r .. A~.~~4c;l: ............. ...... .... ............ .

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c>
I

bu~ 2l birtnd2l~ c2lrd for i\m2ltld2l ./


tic:\~ mi room ./

re-vi se- for') M,)tns te-st ./


do tne. SnOppitlg X
4 visit Gitl2l ./
S write. to Me.g2ltl X

1?

~- .- phone Uncle Peter X


6 go -to ~ 9L1i-tar lesson ./

9
{o

-the 9arden ./
clean ~ bike X
-take Chip -For a walk ./
have a ba-th X

Revision 5

2
3
4 ........................................ . ............ .
5 .. ................ ................................... .

c> N.i~k .. ~.i4~.l .. ph9t:l~ .. Vn~I~ .. p~~~~ ! .. ... .

Nick

7 help Dad

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

In

6 .............................................. ... .... .


7
8

............... ... . .... . ...................... .. ..... .


................. . ..... ....................... ... .. .. .

9
10 ..................................................... .

What are they going to do at the weekend?


Write sentences with be going to.

q
1
2
3
4
5

What are they going to be?

Find the answers in the word square. Complete the sentences.

X 0

U A M C

E G

IK

R M

IEIR

q
1
2
3
4
5

phone - a friend
Jenny.'~ .. g~~t:lg .. tp .. p.hpt:l.~ .. ~ .. fr:-!~n4. .....
mend - his bicycle
Tom ................ . ...... . . ................. .... . .
watch - some films
Nick and Tom ........... . .. .. . ... . ............... .
buy - a magazi ne
Amanda .......................... ...... . ...... ... .
play - tennis
Zoe and Jenny ............. . .......... . ... .. . ... .
visit - his grandparents
Tom ............................. ..... .. . .. .. ... .. . .

Dan likes helping animals. He .'~ .. g~i.t:lg .


~~ ~ y~~~ .
Anna likes helping children to learn. She ...... .. ...................... ..
Zoe likes writing stories. She ............... . ............... .
Carlo wants to work in a hospital. He .............................. ..
Maria loves cooking. She .............................. ..
George likes being on his uncle's farm. He .............................. ..

JC? ... ... ..

Mistakes
Find the mistakes. Write the sentences correctly.

q
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Chip bU:l'ye,* thl'ee bones yestel'd-cA.Y . .(".h1p.. J~l,lr.i~~ .. .thr~~ ..p.c;>n~.~ .. ~~?~~.r:~~~~ ..... ... ...... ... . .. . .. . . .
f-vel'Y u.Jeek 1. cA.m Visiti~ my .,91'cA.nd-pcA.l'ents . ........................................ . ....... ....... .. ... ... ...... .
Tom cA.nd- Nick d-id-n)t u.Jent to the Cinevno.. lcA.st n!ght . .............. . ................... ... .... . .. . ............ .
whcA. t d-id- you. lcA.st Fnd-cA.y? .......... ..... ......................................... .. ...... .. .... .. .............. ..
Look, it l'cA.inS cA..,9cA.in. . ....................................................... ...... . .. .. .. ... .. ...... ... .. . ......... .
1.s AnncA. liki~ f-~liSh? ................... .. ..................................... . .. .. . . .. .... ... . .................. .
Nick is often d-oi~ homewol'k on Su.nd-cA.Y eveni~ . .. ............................ . .. . ............................ ..
whel'e u.Jent you. on holid-cA.Y lcA.st yecA.I'? ..................................... ..... .... .. . ......................... .
whcA.t d-oes Chip cA.t the moment? .................................. . . .......... ..... . ... ........ .... ........ ..... .
Yestel'd-cA.Y Zoe cA.nd- CcA.do UJ<:A.sn)t cA.t school. ................................................................... ..
})id- you. hcA.ve cA. nice bil'thd-cA.y pcA.l'ty? - Yes, 1. hcA.d-. ........................................................ ..
Revision 5

Word list
Chapter 1
a nd
an imal
bro ther
bus
dog
easy
England
from
good
Greece
hello
in
Italy
my
name
on
or
park
person
pet
planet
s iste r
s m all
th ing
this
town
with

Chapter 2
a erop la ne
American
a pple
ar ias
ba na na
bi g
black
bl ue
::)Qo k
cake
Cif ,

Wordli st

coin
cup
dictionary
egg
Egyptian
elephant
English
envelop e
exercise book
flag
for
friend
grammar
Greek
green
grey
here
Italian
Jap a nese
lamp
Madrid
ora nge (ad), n)
pencil
plate
red
Rome
ruler
sandwich
Spanish
spoon
stamp (n)
there
Turkish
useful
white
yellow

Chapter 3
at
baby
bench

bird
boy
bush
carrot
cherry
child
coun try
cucumber
date (fruit)
fig
girl
grape
lemon
look (v)
man
melon
old
peach
potato
radish
see
stop (n)
strawberry
tomato
tree
woman

sport
steak
street
surname
swimming (n)
tall
teacher
tennis
too
what

Chapter 5
ball
best (ad})
bicycle
car
dad
daughter
father
moth er
new
racket
son

Chapter 6
Chapter 4
basketball
chicken
chocolate (ad})
colour (n)
class
favourit e
food
football
kind (ad})
pink
pizza
school
spaghetti

alarm clock
bedroom
but
calculator
camera
cat
computer
desk
fish
guitar
have got
pen
pencil case
piano
rubber

school bag
television
watch (n)

Chapter 7
bag
baseball cap
boot
coat
football boots
glove
over there
scarf
shirt
shoe
sock

Chapter 8
biscuit
bread
butter
cheese
chocolate (n)
milk
orange juice
picnic
some
sugar
sweet (n)
water

Chapter 9
after
air
Art
Australia
bed
before
breakfast

China
cinema
cold (ad))
comic
dinner
do
eat
email (n)
film
fly (v)
fun
game
Geography
get up
go (v)
ground
grow
hate (v)
have
History
home
homework
hot
kangaroo
lesson
letter
like (v)
listen
live (v)
lunch
magazine
Maths
more
Music
newspaper
o'clock
panda
PE
peanut
penguin
phone (v)
play (v)
poem
pupil
radio
read

Science
sea
start (v)
swim (v)
television
then
to
uniform
volleyball
walk (v)
watch (v)
wear
weekday
work (v, n)
write

Chapter 10
a lot of
bark (v)
bone
bury
carry
catch
chase
chew
day
dig
drop
dry (v)
early
every
garden
hole
hurry (v)
make
miss (v)
mix (v)
mouth
neighbour
never
noise
postman
run
run off
say

shop (n)
sleep (v)
sometimes
summer
tear (v)
trousers
try
unfortunately
very
wake
wash
when

Chapter 11
America
drum (n)
exercise (n)
finish
tail
theatre

outside
please
practise
present (n)
programme
question (n)
road
scientist
so (con))
space
sports club
subject
take
team
thanks
time
walk (n)
where
who
why
winter
world
young

Chapter 12
afternoon
answer (n , v)
aunt
b ecause
best (adv)
birthday
captain
cartoon
Christmas
Easter
evening
get
give
glad
go out
goalkeeper
good luck
gym
holiday
leave
match
next

Chapter 13
all day
bath
brush (v)
careful
cassette
class
close (v)
dive (v)
drink (v)
dustbin
fall
fast (adv)
fight (v)
find
flower
hit
jump
jump off
late
learn

listen (v)
litter
look out
missing (ad))
open
out of
page
pair
partn er
pick
poor
ride (v)
room
say
sentence
sit down
skateboard
slow down
so (adv)
stand up
stop (v)
straight on
talk (v)
tidy (v)
tooth (teeth)
touch
turn left/right
window
word

Chapter 14
bank
behin d
be twee :-,
b in
boo l 5:-::
ca fe
ca~ :::.::.:-.
c:"-;:

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Wordlist

othe r
playgro und
post office
res taurant
sports centre
street
supermarket
under
wardrobe

Chapter 15
bike
camel
can (v)
climb
draw
French
horse
language
motorbike
speak
table tennis
trumpet
understand

Chapter 16
blow
clap
clothes
come
family
flower-bed
hang
happen
head
help (v)
hi de
hir (v)
hold
kick (v)
kirchen
learn
line
mo ment
Word li st

picture
plate
put
rain (v)
rose
round
run after
shine (v)
shout
sing
something
sun
tea
today
use (v)
washing-up
whistle (n)

Chapter 17
again
ask
babysit
buy
by the way
character
cook (v)
cycle (v)
dance (v)
dentist
downstairs
either
haircut
headmaster
know
late
lie (v)
look for
love (v)
medicine
paint (v)
perhaps
phone (n)
sorry
stay up
stupid

take
tell
test
truth
TV presenter
wait for

Chapter 18
angry
asleep
board
borrow
chewing gum
cold (n)
dirty
doctor
door
felt pen
forget
glue
horror film
invite
look out of
midnight
mobile phone
must
next
noise
not ... so ... much
open (v)
pocket money
quiet
scissors
shut up
still (ad))
spend
stay (out)
until
wall
week

Chapter 19
coffee
flour

fridge
fruit
how many/much
hungry
margarine
meat
milk-shake
money
need
omelette
onion
pancake
pear
pineapple
poor (ad))
rain (n)
rice
soup
thirsty
time
year

Chapter 20
always
bad
beach
busy
clean (v)
crowded
Europe
excited
funny
grandparent
how often
kind (ad))
month
morning
museum
never
often
once
parent
passport
Spain
stay with

tired
true
truth
twice
usually
visit

Chapter 21
bring
cook (n)
dark
drink (n)
drive
farmer
footballer
laugh (v)
let 's
light (n)
lose
mistake
now
patient (n)
policeman
swimming pool
switch on
talk about
teach
tractor
waitress
yet
'---~ ~

Chapter 22
artist
circus
dream (n)
emperor
explorer

eye
football stadium
French
frightened
headache
ill
last (ad))

meal
monster
night
parcel
president
quee n
science mus eum
sharp
shower (n)
singer
sore
supper
te mpe rature
theatre
throat
toothache
writer
yesterday
zoo

porridge
prince
pull up
puppet
repair (v)
rub
smile (v)
stepmother
stepsiste r
study
taste (v)
turn into
water (v)
watering-can
weed (n)
wish (n)
wolf

glasses
hair
ingredie nt
pack (v)
painting (n)
party
pilot
put on
salt
story
suitcase
surprise (n)
toothache
train (n)
uncle
vet
wet

Chapter 24
Chapter 23
ago
arrive
bathroom
bear
beast
beautiful
become
dust
dwarf
empty
fence
fill
for long
grandmother
handsome
hour
last
living-room
m arry
meal
m end
mo nth
plan (v)
pleased

arm
begin
break
glass (n)
hotel
leave
pay
photograph
postcard
souvenir
spend
step (n)
sunburned
think
warm
whee l

(n)

Chapter 25
answer (the phone)
bored
computer science
cooking
driver
dry (adj)
garage
ord li

Present forms of verbs


Short forms

Long forms

Questions

Present simple of be (see page 4)


I am
you are
he is
she is
it is
we are
you are
they are

I am not
you are not
he is not
she is not
it is not
we are not
you are not
they are not

I'm
you're
he's
she's
it's
we're
you're
they're

I'm not
you aren't
he isn't
she isn't
it isn't
we aren't
you aren't
they aren't

am I?
are you?
is he?
is she 7

I haven't got
you haven't got
he hasn't got
she hasn't got
it hasn't got
we haven't got
you haven't got
they haven't got

have I got7
have you got?
has he got?
has she got?
has it got?
have we got?
have you got?
have they got 7

I don't like
you don't like
he doesn't like
she doesn't like
it doesn't like
we don't like
you don't like
they don't like

do I like 7
do you like?
does he like?
does she like 7
does it like? - do we like 7

I'm not working


you aren't working
he isn't working
sh e isn't working
it isn't working
we aren't working
you aren't working
they aren't working

am I working7
are you working?
is he working7
is she working?
is it working7
are we working7
are you working?
are they working?

can't
mustn't

can .. ?
must ... ?

is it?
are we 7
are you?
are they7

Present simple of have got (see page 20)


I have got
you have got
he has got
she has got
it has got
we have got
you have got
they have got

I have not got


you have not got
he has not got
she has not got
it has not got
we have not got
you have not got
they have not got

I've got
you've got
he's got
she's got
it's got
we've got
you've got
they've got

Present simple (see pages 26, 28 and 32)


I like
you like
he likes
she likes
it likes
we like
you like
they like

I do not like
you do not like
he does not like
she does not like
it does not like
we do not like
you do not like
they do not like

do you like?
do they like?

Present continuous (see page 48)


I am working
you are working
he is working
she is working
it is working
we are working
yo u are working
they are working

I am not working
you are not working
he is not working
she is not working
it is not working
we are not working
you are not working
they are not working

I'm working
you're working
he's working
she's working
it's working
we're working
you're working
they're working

can and must (see pages 44 and 56)


can
must

cannot
must not

Present forms of verbs

Past forms of verbs


Long forms

Short forms

Questions

Past simple of be (see page 72)


1 was

I was not

1 wasn't

you were
he was
she was
it was
we were
you were
th ey were

you were not


he was not
sh e was not
it was not
we were not
you were not
th ey were not

you weren't
he wasn 't
she wasn't
it wasn't
we weren't
you weren't
they weren't

was I?
were yo u?
was h e 7
was sh e 7
was it?
were we 7
were yo u?
were they7

didn 't have

did . . have 7

didn't help

did ... help?

didn't go

did ... go7

Past simple of have (see page 72)


did not have

had

Past simple of regular verbs (see page 76)


did not help

helped

Past simple of irregular verbs (see page 80)


went

did not go

IRREGULAR VERBS
Base
form

Past
simple

Base
form

Past
simple

Base
form

Past sim ple

be

was
began
broke
brought
built
bought
came
dug
did
drank
ate
fell

find
fly
get
give
go
have
know
leave
lose
make
pay
run

found
flew

see
sing
sit
spend
stand
swim
take
tell
thi nk
w rire

sa '.
sa:--g

begin
b reak
b ring
build
buy
come
dig
do
drink
eat
fa ll

got
gave
went
had
knew
left
lost
mad e
paid
ran

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