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primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit 1 : The Quest.


New Vocabulary:
* Quest
: a long journey in which you are searching for something.
* Mystery : something strange or not known which has not been explained or understood .
* Fisherman : someone who catches fish especially as their job .
* Harbour : an area of water next to the coast often protected from the sea by
a thick wall , where ships and boats can stop .
* Worried : unhappy because you are thinking about problems or unpleasant
things that might happen .
* Calm : peaceful and quiet , without hurried movement , worry or noise .
* Monsoon : the season of heavy rain during the summer in hot countries .
* Perfect : complete and correct in every way of the best possible type or
without fault .
* Mend : to repair or fix something thats broken or damaged .
* Fishing net : a piece of material with small holes in it , thats used for
catching fish .
* Rough sea : stormy and violent sea , thats not calm or quiet . A sea with
high waves and strong wind .
Rough ? calm
* Fortuneteller : a person , usually a woman , who claims to be able to tell
what will happen in the future .
* Lean : to bend from the waist .
To be in a position that isn't upright .
Lean
Leant
* Creature : an animal or a living being like people and animals but not plants
* Massive : very big huge .
* Secretive : people who are secretive hide their feelings , thoughts , intentions
and actions from other people .
* Find out : to learn or discover a fact that was hidden .
* Reverse : to cause to go backwards .
To change the direction of something to the opposite .
* Worth : having a particular value .
* A wreck : a ship lost at sea or partly destroyed on rocks .
* Gulf : a large deep stretch of sea partly enclosed by land

M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Notice the following:


It's the beginning of a new term.
There were many ships waiting in the harbour .
This big house is perfect for our large family .
After it damaged , the boat settled in the bottom of the sea .
Tom has been studying English for three hours .
Sara has no reason for not attending the party .
You shouldn't go out in bad weather .
He swam away from the ship .
Mrs. Brown looks sad . May be , there's something wrong with her family .
Worrying about your health can make you ill .
I'm going to pick up my coat from the laundry .
Be careful at John ! He is running carelessly across the street .
He leant over to hear what she said
The fisherman was happy when his fishing net caught on a lot of fish .
New Structure :
**Nouns : naming words .
They are names of things that you can touch , taste , hear , smell , or see .
Examples : rocks , fish , boats , flags , harbour ..etc.
**Abstract nouns : names of things that you think or feel .They aren't real or
solid things .
Examples : sadness jealousy darkness happiness
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar
1. The Present Continuous Tense
* Usage :
The present continuous tense is used to talk about :
a) Things happening now .
ex: John is in his bedroom at the moment . He is doing his homework .
b) Temporary activities .
ex: My brother is staying with his friends in London until he finds somewhere
to live .
c) Situations of change .
ex: The weather is getting hotter these days .
d) Future arrangements .
ex: We are flying to Spain on a school trip next month .
* Key Words :
now , at present , at the moment , today , look ! , listen ! , smell ! , be careful ! ,
be quite ! , watch !
Form :
I am
He / She / It is

verb + ing

They / We / You
* Examples :
They are doing their homework .
Im watching TV .
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primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

The Present Simple Tense

* Usage:
The present simple tense is used for :
a) Facts ( things that are true in general ) :
ex : The earth goes round the sun .
b) Habits ( things that happen sometimes or all the time ) :
ex : We do a lot of different things in our free time .
* Form :
I

He

They

She

We

+ stem verb

s
+ verb + es

It

ies

You

Examples :
* Maria speaks four languages .
* They live in a big house .
* I get up early every day .
* Tim teaches English to young children .

* Key words :
always , usually , sometimes , often , never , every , on Sundays , generally ,
seldom , occasionally , rarely , twice a year , in summer
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
I) Choose the correct answer from between the brackets :
1. They are traveling from a city to another in ( journey quest trip ) for their son .
2. Her sudden death has been a ( massive wreck mystery ) up till now .
3. The big dog ( frightened frightening fear ) the little child .
4. John is very ( massive secretive expensive ) about his new job .
5. His house is ( wreck worth fortune ) a lot of money .
6. Detective Sam didnt find ( at out on ) who killed the old lady .
7. The failure of the ( monsoon gulf creature ) would destroy harvest
on which a lot of people rely .
8. He ( reversed leant mended ) the car through the gate .
9. Whats wrong ( at with to ) your car , John ?
10. She is fond of visiting ( fishermen fortune-tellers creatures ) to ask
them about the future .
11. Weve ordered a taxi to pick us ( on up by ) at ten .
12. He is always worried ( on about for ) his health .
13. Everyone seeks ( happy happiness happily ) .
14. Whales are huge sea ( gulfs wrecks creatures ) .
15. You have to be careful ( for of at ) these rocks or you may slip .
16. Dont cook vegetables for too long , theyll lose their ( perfect goodness kindness ) .
17. Our school is such a ( massive wreck monsoon ) one with fifty classes
18. She is always worried ( on for about ) her future .
19. After being at sea for so long , seeing ( gulf harbour quest ) was wonderful .
20. I left my job ( for by with ) personal reasons .

M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Rewrite the following sentences using the words between the brackets :
1. They visit their uncle thrice a week .
( How .? )

2. No other picture in the museum is more valuable than this one . ( most )

3. She catches a lot of fish every week .


( next )

4. Its better for you to eat a lot of vegetables .


( ought )

5. George was reading the newspaper , when his house caught fire .
( What ..?)

6. They have some good news about John .


( any )

7. Mother bakes a cake every Sunday .


( at the moment )
.
8. She should be more patient and he will try to explain . ( If )

9. The baby isnt sleeping at the moment .


( every afternoon )

10. English exams arent as hard as Maths exams .


( than )

11. Its necessary for the driver to have a driving license . ( must )

12. The bird sang sweetly .


( sweet )

13. They are going to buy new clothes tomorrow .


( Last week )

14. The girls were washing the dishes last afternoon at four oclock .
( now )

15. There is no one in the house at the present .


( anyone )

M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Give one word for the following definitions:
1. A long search for something thats difficult to find .

( . )

2. The quality of being kind .

( .. )

3. Being quiet , not excited , worried or angry .

( .. )

4. Being completely good , without mistakes or weaknesses .

( .. )

5. A person who catches fish either as a job or as a sport .

( . )

6. A part of the sea thats almost surrounded by land .

( ... )

7. Something that you cant understand or explain .

( .. )

8. A person who tells people what will happen to them in the future. ( )
9. Thinking that something had might happen or has happened . ( .. )
10. Liking to keep things secret from other people .
Q:1 - Circle the correct opposite:
1-The opposite of a rough sea is:
a-a calm sea

b-an expensive sea

2-The opposite of a clear sky is:


a-a perfect sky

b-a cloudy sky

3-The opposite of a good boy is:


a-a clever boy

b-a bad boy

4-The opposite of a clever boy is:


a-an expensive boy

b-a stupid boy

5-The opposite of an expensive boat is:


a-a perfect boat

b-a cheap boat


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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Q:2-Complete these sentences. Use an abstract noun from the box.
( Fear -

Kindness -

anger -

danger -

darkness )

1-A kind person shows.................................


2-An angry person shows.................................
3-A frightened person shows................................
4-........................................... comes when the sun sets.
5-There is....................................when the sea is rough.
Q1:Write the correct form of the verb.
1. Look! Pauline................ the flowers. (water)
2. Listen! The girls ...............a song. (sing)
3. She usually................... home by bus. (come)
4. Jack................ to his grandmother every day. (go)
5. Look! Sally and Joe.................. tennis. (play)
6. Nelly ....................a cup of tea every morning. (drink)
7. We cant play tennis. It .................now. (rain)
8. Bill.................... his homework at the moment. (do)
9. Jane always.................. her homework in her room. (do)
10. The boys sometimes.................. to the park. (run)
11. My cat never....................... in my room. (sleep)

M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Q2: Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in the box.
(fish - go - crash - be - blow - catch -fall -help )
Daeng and Lek (go) fishing every day. Lek........Daeng to pull in the nets. Daeng.............a
good fisherman. He always...........lots of fish.-Today Daeng and Lek.........not............. .A
strong wind................. .Heavy rain..................and hug waves................on the shore.
Q3: Write the sentences again in the negative.
1-I like swimming.

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

2-The sun is shining.

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

3-My uncle lives in Canada.

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

4-We always work hard.

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

Q1:Join the noun and the adjective.


Nouns

Adjectives

1-expense

a-secretive

2-mass

b-active

3-secret

c-massive

4-act

d-expensive

Q2:Write adjectives which mean the opposite:


1- calm

2- perfect

3- good

4- clever

5- expensive .

6- well

7 rough .

8- happy ..

M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Q3:Write the opposites of these adjectives :
1- calm .. 2- perfect ..

3- good .. 4- well ..

5- clever 6- expensive .

7- happy

Q4:Match the words with their meaning :


1- expensive

a) doing things

2- massive

b) costs a lot of money

3- secretive

c) very big

4- active

d) not telling

Supply the missing parts in the following dialogue .


Sara : How are you ,Abeer ?
Abeer : .
Sara : .. ?
Abeer :I'm studying English now .
Sara : ?
Abeer : Yes , I like it very much .
Sara : ?
Abeer : I think ,it's easy and it's also necessary to speak with foreigners .
Sara :I wish you the best of luck .
Abeer : . .
Write a composition not less than ten sentences about TV.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit 2 : The Water Cycle


New Vocabulary :
* cycle : a number of related events happening in a regularly repeated order .
* step : a single act , especially in a set of actions .
* heat : to cause to become warm or hot .
* lake : a large area of water surrounded by land , that's smaller than a river .
* water vapour : the gas to which water can be changed by the action of heat .
* evaporation : to change from a liquid into a gas then totally disappear .
* condense : to change a gas into a liquid especially by cooling .
* droplet : a small drop of a liquid .
* liquid : a type of matter , that isn't solid or gas and which flows and has no
fixed shape .
* float : to cause to stay at the top of liquid or be held up in air without sinking
* flow : ( used for liquids ) meaning to run smoothly like a river .
* form : to take the shape of .
* flat : smooth with no curved , high or hollow parts .
* spread : to cause to cover , reach or have an effect on a wider area .
* storm : an extreme weather condition with very strong wind , heavy rain and
often thunder and lightning .
* wispy : being in the form of small thin lines .
* struck : to hit or attack someone or something powerfully or strongly .
* lightning : a flash of bright light in the sky which is produced by electricity
* rainforest : a forest in a hot area , which receives a lot of rain .
* steam : the hot gas that's produced when water boils .
* tropical : very hot weather with heavy rain .
* peak : the pointed top of a mountain .
* station : a building and the surrounding area where buses or trains stop for
people to get on or off .
* direction : the position towards which someone or something moves or faces
* invitation : a written request to go somewhere or do something .
* collection : a group of objects of one type that have been collected by one
person or in one place .
* protection : keeping someone or something safe from damage or loss .
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* action : something that you do .


* inspection : looking at something carefully for a certain purpose .
* scrub : to rub something hard in order to clean it ,
* shine : to make something bright by rubbing it .
* rinse : to use water to clean something .
* shift : to get rid of something unwanted .
or : to change the place of something .
* paddle : to walk through shallow water , often at the edge of the sea .
* wellies : boots made of rubber which you wear in the rain .
* puddle : a small pool of liquid on the ground , especially from rain .
* treat : something that gives pleasure , especially when unexpected .
* squirt : to push a liquid to flow out through a narrow opening quickly .
* soak : to make very wet .
* sleet : rain and snow falling together .
* splash : to move in water so that drops of it go in all directions .
Notice the following :
** Some of the best perfumes come from France .
** Shall I heat up some soup for lunch ?
** We're lost . We will have to turn back .
** She can hear the sound of the drops of water coming from the top .
** He dropped the stone into the hole .
** They spread out to look for some water .
New Structure:
** Phrase : a group of words which forms part of a sentence
But : A phrase doesn't make sense on its own .
Examples : as old as old-fashioned first class tropical storm .
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar
1. The Past Simple Tense
Usage :
The past simple tense is used to talk about :
a) Actions that started and finished in the past .
ex : I lost my purse yesterday .
b) Actions that happened one after the other in the past .
ex : He woke up , got out of bed and had a shower .
c) Actions that were repeated or were habits in the past .
ex : Her grandmother made wooden toys .
Key words :
ago last yesterday once upon a time once long ago in the past
this morning in 1999 when I was young .

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Examples :
* Dad washed his car two days ago .
* They spent two weeks in France .
* I did my homework .
* The baby cried loudly .

Negative :
Positive sentences in the past simple are changed into negative by using ( didn't )
followed by stem verb .
* She took some photos of her garden .
She didn't take any photos of her garden .
* They slept late yesterday .
They didn't sleep early .

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Examples :
* The phone was ringing for ages this morning .
* Dad was at home yesterday because he was sleeping .
* At two o'clock this morning , I was reading .
* All the student were doing a test this morning .

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Negative :
Positive sentences in the present continuous are changed into negative by
adding not after : am , is or are .
was

----

were ----

was not ( wasn't ) .


were not ( weren't ) .

* They were doing their homework


They werent doing their homework .

* I was sitting under a tree .


I was not sitting under a tree .

Questions :
* Mum was frying some chips .
Was mum frying any chips ?
What was mum doing ?

* The mice were hiding in the hole .


Were the mice hiding in the hole ?
Where were the mice hiding ?

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
I) Choose the correct answer from between the brackets :
1. The pool of water ( condensed evaporated struck ) in the sun .
2. The fire ( shifted spread sprayed ) very quickly because of the strong wind .
3. Everest is one of the most difficult ( stations steam peaks ) to climb .
4. He took about five photos of these ( wispy stormy tropical ) clouds .
5. Mum was angry yesterday when she saw some little ( types droplets
rainforests ) of paint on the kitchen floor .
6. He ( struck scrubbed shifted ) the saucepan clean , and it looked as good
as new .
7. He is fond of insects . He studies the life ( protection cycle heat ) of a
butterfly .
8. In the past , we used to go boating on that ( lake lightning droplet ) .
9. Tom has got a valuable ( invitation collection inspection ) of stamps that
all his friends like to watch .
10. The River Nile ( floats forms flows ) through many countries .
11. She didn't notice the cloud of ( steam peak liquid ) coming from the
boiler so it burnt her hand .
12. We enjoyed ( spreading paddling condensing ) along the seashore .
13. Mum shouted at the children when they ( scrubbed rinsed squirted )
water upon each others .
14. Mr. Tom is a very clever man . He never buys anything before giving it a
quick ( inspection protection action ) .
15. First put some shampoo on your hair , then ( float splash rinse ) your
hair thoroughly .
16. What's the next ( type cycle step ) of your plan ?
17. A lot of trees were broken down during the last ( sleet storm step ) .
18. Her car went out of control and ( spread struck soaked ) an old lady
who was crossing the street .
19. We looked carefully on our map to find the nearest underground ( fraction
station direction ) .
20. ( Storm Lightning Collection ) was flashing continuously all night
yesterday .
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Worksheet
Rewrite the following sentences using the words between the brackets :
1. When the snow fell , my friends and I were waiting for the bus . ( as )
..
2. All the students were having a test at nine o'clock this morning . ( What .?)

3. Acting is more challenging than painting .


( as as )
.
4. They always stay in a small cottage in the country . ( at this time last year )
.
5. Tom repaired the chair a week ago .
( next )
.
6. The door of our garage is an automatic one .
( automatically )
.
7. I'm doing the housework now .
( on Fridays )
.
8. Dani usually writes letters to Jane .
( How often )
.
9. As I was shopping , I lost my keys .
( When )
.
10. Meg never takes any salad with her meals .
( sometimes )
.
11. You aren't allowed to ride your motorbike without your helmet . ( must )
.
12. Her mother always advises her to wash her hands before dinner . (should )

13. They are going to move to another flat next year .


( a year ago )
.
14. No other author was more talented than Dickens .
( most )
.
15. Darla can't hear me well .
( good )

16. She went to the post office to send a parcel to America .


( Why ? )
.
17. He has more friends than me .
(My friends )
.
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

worksheet
Q1:Underline the correct word :
1- The sun heats ( up down off ) the water in rivers, lakes and the sea .
2- When water gets warm enough, it becomes water ( droplet vapour cycle)
3- Water vapour ( floats condenses evaporates ) when it meets cool air .
4- Water is a ( liquid solid gas ).
5- Evaporation is changing ( water into vapour vapour into water water into
6- When water vapour cools it turns into ( pieces slices droplets ) of water.
7- How are clouds ( formed contained included ) ?
8- Grey, low clouds mean that it will be ( rainy stormy fine )
9- Rain ( fills falls fails ) from clouds .
10- Be careful. You may have an electric shock if there is ( lightning wind-storm)
Q2: Put each set of words in alphabetical order:
1- sun

sea

----------2-

storm

sky

---------- ------------

rain

rivers

-----------------

rained

rises

--------------- --------------- ---------------- ----------------3-

cooler

cloud

---------------4-

top

coming

cools

-------------- ----------------- ----------------

this

tall

today

-------------- ------------ ----------- -----------------5-

weather
----------------

water

wind

wispy

--------------- --------------- -----------------19

droplets )

M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Worksheet
Q1:Some of these are phrases. Some of these are sentences. Tick the phrases.
1- above the land
2- The sun heats up the water.
3- rivers, lakes and the sea
4- as rain
5- into the sky
6- Rain falls from the clouds.
Q2: Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box.Be careful to use the correct
forms of the verbs.
(know look

be

come sit

fly

see

think )

While the plan was flying over the rainforest, John....................out of the window.
He.....................the trees below him. Monkeys........................in the branches. Suddenly
there........................a flash of lighting.'Oh,no! John..........................He.........................that a
storm ..........................

Q3:Make questions for the answers.


1.Where..............................................?
The plane was flying over the forest.
2.What................................................?
John saw animals in the trees.
3.What ................................................?
The monkeys were playing.
4...........................................................?
Yes, a storm was coming.
Write a composition about the importance of food .

..
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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Unit (3)
Cliffhanger
- Cliffhanger (n) : an adventure story where exciting or dangerous things happen and
the reader wonders how the story will continue.
- Adventure (n) : doing something unusual , exciting or dangerous.
- Holiday (n) :a time of rest from work or school.
- Camp (n) :a place where people live in tents or simple buildings away from their
usual home for a short time.
- Adults (n) :grown-ups X children
- Advert (n) : advertisement or ad : a piece of information in a newspaper, on TV or a picture
on
a wall that tries to make people buy something.
- Abseiling (n): going down the side of a very high rock or building while youre tied
to a rope, pushing against the surface with your feet.
- Canoe (n):a narrow boat for one or two people that you can move through water
using a paddle (canoeing is a sport)
- Archery (n):the sport of shooting arrows.
- Mountain biking (n):riding a bicycle with a strong frame and wide tyres on rough
ground.
- Serious(adj):not joking
- Thump(v):to make a loud sound by hitting something or by beating hard.
- Age(n) :The length of time that somebody has lived or that something has existed.
- Stare (v):to look at somebody or something for a long time because youre surprised
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or shocked.
- Breath(n):the air that you take into and blow out of your lungs.
- Shake (v):to move from side to side or up and down with short, quick movements.
- Snort(v):to blow out air noisily as a way of showing that you dont like something.
- Hopeless(adj):X hopeful :very bad at doing something.
- Cricket (n):a game thats played with a ball and a bat by two teams of eleven
players.
- Cuddle (v)(n):to hold somebody or something closely in your arms
- Book(v):to arrange to have or do something at a particular time .
- Stiff (adv):strong and difficult to bend or move.
- Tough (adj):strict or strong enough to deal with difficult situations.
- Safety(n):being safe and not in danger.
- Helmet(n):a hard hat that you wear to protect your head.
- Hug(v):to put your arms around somebody especially to show that you love them.
- Sniff (v):to breathe air in through the nose making a sound especially because you
have a cold or crying.
- Tight (adv):fixed firmly and difficult to move or open.
- Whizz(v):to move very quickly, often making a high continuous sound.
- Obedient(adj):showing the ability to understand, learn and think.
- Violent(adj):very strong and difficult to control and can hurt somebody or damage
something.

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M3T Schools
primary Stage (5), Language Section, Macmillan , First Term

Grammar
The Present perfect tense
Form:
has or have +the past participle of the verb
-The past participle for regular verbs is the same as the past simple.
-the past participle for irregular verbs is often different.
e.g: She has written a letter
Neg :She hasnt written the letter yet.

Questions:
a)yes/no questions: Has she written the letter yet?
Yes,she has.
No,she hasnt
b)Wh-questions:What has she done?

Use :-It joins the past to the present.


-we use it for an action that started in the past and still continuing in the present.
e.g He has cleaned his shoes .His shoes are clean now.

Time expressions used with the present perfect simple are:Since /for /How long/ ever/ never/ yet/ already / just/ so far/ recently.
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Worksheet
I-Choose the correct word from between the brackets:1-The competition was a real (cliff- cliffhanger-hanger), everyone wondered what will
happen next.
2-Our journey through the jungle was an (adventure-advert-advice).
3-Mr.Philips isnt here this week. Hes away(in-at-on)holiday.
4-The climbers stayed(in-at-on)a camp near the mountain top.
5-This film is suitable for both(adults-boys-girls)and children.
6-Has anyone got any(paper-idea-canoe)how to solve this problem?
7-We watched an(adventure-advert-archery)on TV about a new type of biscuits.
8-They are going(abseiling-canoeing-mountain biking)on the river tomorrow.
9-youre looking very(obedient-intelligent-serious).Was it bad news?
10-His heart was(thumping-snorting-sniffing)with excitement.
11-He took a deep(breathe-breath-breathed)and then dived into the water.
12-put the coat over your(arms-head-shoulders)in case you get cold.
13-(Shake-Book-Whizz)the bottle before taking the medicine.
14-The horse(stared-snorted-sniffed)in fear and stamped its hoof.
15-He(booked-cuddled-hugged)a seat on a plane.
16-Im(good-powerful-hopeless)at maths. I cant solve any problems.
17-Shes the(captain-canoe-cricket)of the school team.
18-The little girl(cuddled-snorted-booked)her pet dog.
19-The door handle is(violent-tight-stiff).I cant turn it.
20-His mother told him to stop(sniffing-staring-shaking)and blow his nose.
21-Hold(tough-safe-tight)so that you dont fall off.
22-The racing cars went(sniffing-whizzing-snorting)past.

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Worksheet
1-The house was empty and(silence-violent-silent).
2-He was always an(obedient-obedience-intelligence)child to his parents.
3-The wind blew with great(difference-violence-silence).
4-Tom(has been-was-be)ill since Tuesday.
5-She hasnt answered the letter(already-ever-yet).
6-Would you like a drink? No thanks .Ive(never-ever-just)had one.
7-The boy has joined the school team(for-since-just)2002.
8-She (has never been-never visits-have been)to Italy before.
II- Give on word :
1- Showing the ability to understand , learn and think .

2- A type of hard hat that you wear to protect your head . .


3- Being safe and not in danger .

4- To look at something for a long time .

5- A game that's played with a ball and a bat .

6- The sport of shooting arrows .

.
.

7- Doing something usually and dangerous .

8- A place where people live in tents or simple buildings . .


9- A piece of information in a newspaper that tries to make you buy something .
.
10- To make a loud sound by beating hard .

11- The act of taking air into or blowing air out of your lungs ..
12- A long narrow boat that moves through water using a paddle . .
13- A time of rest from work or school .

14- The length of time that somebody has lived .

15- Going down the side of a high building while you're tied to a rope . .
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Worksheet
III- Fill in the blanks using since or for :
1- He has worked in the same bank thirty years .
2- Those two old men have been friends .. 1900 .
3- The doctor hasn't had a holiday .. last July .
4- Ahmed went to London and stayed there a month .
5- She hasn't bought a new dress . last year .
6- There has been a lot of rain .. Christmas .
7- She hasn't seen her son many years .
8- The shopkeeper has sold nothing .. 3 o'clock this afternoon .
9- The poor man has eaten nothing yesterday .
10- The pupils have been quiet ten minutes .
IV- Re-write the following sentences using the words in brackets :
1- Mike is looking for his key . He can't find it .
[ lost ]
..
2- We met Jack ten years ago and we still know each other .
[ for ]
..
3- The children's room is tidy now .
[ already ]
..
4- Janet is a good singer .
[ well ]
..
5- It's a long time since Mary visited Helen .
[ for .. ]
..
6- Tim typed the letter two hours ago .
[ already ]
..
7- I haven't seen snow before .
[ never ]
..
8- It's the first time he has driven a car .
[ before ]
..
9- The last time Sharon went to a party was two months ago .
[ hasn't ]
..
10- Did you come by bus yesterday ?
[ ever ]
..
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Worksheet
V- Supply the missing parts in the following dialogues:
A) Jack

: .?

Ben : Yes , I've found my wallet .


Jack : .?
Ben

: I found it in my office .

Jack : .?
Ben
b)

: No , there was nothing missing ?

Sara : last Saturday ?


Angie : Yes , I went shopping .
Sara : Did You buy anything ?
Angie : ..
Sara : .?
Angie : A jacket , some shoes and a dress .
Sara : . ?
Angie : The jacket cost . L. E 200 .

c)

Mum : . So for ?
Sue : I've chopped the tomatoes .
.. ?
Mum : No , you can't make the salad , you haven't washed the lettuce yet .
Sue

: Yes , . Look ! Here it is .

Mum : Have you peeled the potatoes ?


Sue

: yet .
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Worksheet
Q1: Circle true ( T ) or false ( F ) .
1- Tim wanted to go on an adventure holiday .

2- Tim's Mum thought it was too dangerous .

3- Tim was good at cricket.

4- Tim came top in his lessons .

5- Tim couldn't get to sleep without Walter Bear .

Q2: Circle the correct answer :


1- Daeng was ( a fisherman a fortune teller )
2- On that day the sea was ( rough calm )
3- On that day Daeng was ( worried happy )
4- Daeng told Lek that ( he was worried he didn't feel well )
5- Lek thought that the fishing net could be caught on ( a creature a knife )

Q3:Write adjectives which mean the opposite:

1- calm

2- perfect

3- good

4- clever

5- expensive .

6- well

7 rough .

8- happy ..
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Worksheet
Q1:Underline the correct words in

brackets :

1- There are a lot of ships and boats in the ( harbour airport station )
2- This crime is difficult to understand or explain. It's a kind of ( solution mystery
- clarity )
3- There are no waves on the sea . The sea is ( calm clear worried )
4-During the ( drought monsoon volcano ) there would be raim all day .
5- The fisherman is ( mending replying fishing ) the fishing net .
6- When he saw the wild animals, he was ( frightened fright frightening )
7- The sea was ( rough quiet calm ) and the waves were huge .
8- He is worrying ( of from about ) money problems .
9- A ( fortune teller fisherman teacher ) tells people what will happen in future.
10- It's ( polite dangerous frightened ) to row in the rough sea .
Q2:Write the correct form of the verb.

1. Look! Pauline................ the flowers. (water)


2. Listen! The girls ...............a song. (sing)
3. She usually................... home by bus. (come)
4. Jack................ to his grandmother every day. (go)
5. Look! Sally and Joe.................. tennis. (play)
Write a composition not less than ten sentences about the importance of reading .

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(Unit (4)
Woodlands Adventure Park
Sailing (n) the sport of riding in and controlling small boats with sails.
Tractor (n.) a large vehicle with large wheels that's used on farms for pulling
heavy objects.
Water-skiing(n.) a sport in which one moves across the surface of water on skis
Beginner (n) someone who starts doing sth.
Instructor (n.) A person whose job is to teach a practical skill or sport.
Staff (n) the group of people who work for a particular organization.
Equipment (n) the things that are needed to do a particular activity.
Provided (adj) available, you can get, buy or use.
Customer (n) a person who buys things in a shop, restaurant, etc..
Brilliant (adj) v. good
Picnic (n) a meal that you take with you to eat outdoors.
Woods (n) a place where trees grow thickly, smaller than a forest.
Marvelous (adj) v. good, wonderful, fantastic.
Kindness (n) caring about others.
Patience (n) the ability to stay calm for a long time and not get angry.
Attraction (n) something thats interesting or enjoyable
Theatre (n) a building where you go to see plays or shows.
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Magic (n) a secret power that some people believe can make strange or
impossible things happen by saying special words or doing special things.
Puppet (n) a model of a person or an animal that you can move by pulling
strings or by putting your hand inside it.
Leaflet (n) a printed piece of paper that gives information about something.
Facilities : facility (n) a system, service, building or piece of equipment that
makes it possible to do something.
Free (adj) with no payment.
Supervised : watching something to make sure that it's done properly or people
are behaving correctly.
Souvenir(n): something that you keep to remind you of somewhere you have
been on holiday or of special event.
Contact(v.): to telephone or write to somebody.
Elegant(adj.): having a good or attractive style.
Assistant(adj.): a person who helps somebody or sells things to people in a
shop.

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Grammar
Conditional Sentences:(type 1)
- We use conditional sentences type 1 to express something which is possible
to happen in the present or future.

- It's formed by joining two clauses using "If"


1-If-clause:
If+ present simple tense.
2-Main clause:
Simple future with "will" (will+ stem verb)

e.g : If you study hard , you will get the full mark.

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Worksheet
-Choose the correct answer:
1-I've got an (elegant- amazing- available ) story to tell you .You won't believe it.
2-(Sailing- Mountain biking- Water skiing) is a sport in which you are pulled by a boat.
3-This film isn't suitable (for- to on)children .
4-A driving (tractor- instructor- customer)can teach driving.
5-The hotel has over 200 people on its (staff- equipment- instructors)
6-The shop assistant was serving a (beginner- customer- tractor)
7-If Mark isn't at home , we'll leave a (leaflet- facility- note) for him .
8-Going out for a picnic is a (brilliant elegant- magic) idea.
9-What marvelous weather. Lets go for a ride in the (woods- wood- tree)
10-Don't look so (elegant- important- worried).Everything will be all right.
11-Thank you very much for all your (kind- kindness- kindly)
12-The teacher has no (patient- patience- impatience) with the less intelligent pupils.
13-The city offers all kinds of tourist ( attract- attractive- attraction)
14-We spent our evening at the (theatre- cinema- club ).We watched a play.
15-The witch had used her (attraction magic souvenir )to turn the children
into frogs.
16-Our town has excellent sports (instructors facilities- assistants)like a
swimming pool and a football ground.
17-Children under five usually travel (worried- facility- free) on trains.
18-Is there a phone number where I can (supervise sail- contact)You?
19-This information is easily (available- suitable- free) to everyone at the library.
20-She shouted for help ,but nobody came to her(assistant- assistance- legance)
21-She looked very (important brilliant- elegant) in her new dress.
22-The map tells you the (importance- distances- elegance) between cities.
23-Dan is good (at- in- on)art .He can draw well.
24-If Jane gets up late , she(will- won't-would)catch the bus.
25-If Ben (finish- doesn't finish- finishes) his homework early , he'll go to the cinema.

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Worksheet

II- Give one word :


1- The sport of being in and controlling small boats with sails . .
2- Something that you keep to remind you of somewhere .

3- A building where you go to see plays or shows ..


4- The ability to stay calm and not get angry..
5- A printed piece of paper that gives information about something . .
6- A person who buys things in a shop or a restaurant . .
7- A meal that you take with you to eat outdoors . .
8- A person whose job is to teach a skill or a sport . .
9- A large vehicle with large wheels that pulls heavy objects . .
10- The things that are needed to do an activity . .

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Worksheet
Re-write the following sentences using the words in brackets :
1- My sister cooks well .

[ good ]

..
2- Ali will carry his sister's bag .

[ sometime ]

..
3- Have you ever travelled to China ?

[ Do ?]

..
4- I was writing a letter at 8 o'clock yesterday . [ last night ]
..
5- He is a driver .

[ for 10 years ]

..
6- They will return home at 3 o'clock .

[ already ]

..
7- I've worked in the garden for weeks .

[ How ?]

..
8- He has climbed a mountain before .

[ ever ]

..
9- We have just finished our homework .

[ at present ]

..
10- She visited her grandma three weeks ago .

[ for ]

..
11- It will rain . I will not go out .

[ If ]

..
12- We will earn a lot of money , if we work hard .[ not ]
..
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Worksheet
1- Mum will need butter , if she makes a cake . [ what .. ?]
..
2- Dad usually takes us to the cinema .

[ tomorrow ]

..
3- Adel is too fat to run .

[ enough ]

..
4- Put on your coat , or you will catch a cold . [ if ]
..
5- The office may be closed . In that case we won't be able to get in . [ if ]
..
6- If it rains tomorrow , I will take my umbrella . [ not ]
..
6- The cat might die . If so , Alex will be upset . [ If ]
..
7- Dad bought a new computer two days ago .

[ tomorrow ]

..
8- They were climbing the tree . They fell over . [ while ]
..

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Worksheet
IV- Supply the missing parts in the following dialogues :
A) Tom

: ..?

Sally : I've burnt myself .


Tom : ?
Sally : I picked up a hot dish .
Tom : Did you visit a doctor ?
Sally : .
Tom : I hope you get well soon .
Sally : ..
B) Alice

: before ?

Nike : Yes , I've seen elephants in the zoo .


Alice : ?
Nick : No , I didn't touch them .
Alice : Why ?
Nick : ..
C) Ray

: Did you have a good time at the concert last week ?

Jane : . . It was great .


Jane : It was in the football stadium .
Ray : . ?
Jane : Yes , there were about 80 , 000 people there .
Ray

: ..?

Jane : It's lasted for two and a half hours .


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Worksheet
Q1: Choose the correct word to complete each sentence . Write the word
1- We had to shade our eyes from the ( brilliant - brilliance ) of the sun .
2- An ( important - importance ) letter arrived this morning .
3- The shop ( assistant - assistance ) was very helpful .
4- We could see Woodlands Adventure Park in the ( distant - distance )
5- Her dress was very ( elegant - elegance ).
Q2: Read and make sentences :
1- If an instructor helps her,

a) if he has a few more lessons.

2- Tom will be good at canoeing

b) if it is raining .

3- If it is a nice day, .

c) if the shop is open .

4- They will have lunch inside .

d) Molly will soon learn to water ski.

5- They will buy some souvenirs

e) they will have a picnic in the wood

Q3: Make these adjectives into adverbs : e.g. certain .. certainly


1- slow 2- happy . 3- true .
4- heavy

5- safe .

6- sad .

7- lazy

8- feeble ..

9- wise

10 lucky .
Q4: Write the word for the person who ..
1- visits you .. 2- makes people better .
3- runs .

4- acts on the stage ..

5- bakes ..

6- farms .
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Worksheet
Q5: Choose the correct word :
1- You will not pay for parking your car . It's a ( free supervised magic ) car park .
2- You can get a lot of information ( by at on ) the internet .
3- What a ( brilliance brilliantly brilliant ) day out !
4- Her dress was very ( elegant elegance elegantly )
5 We had to shade our eyes from the ( brilliant brilliance brilliantly ) of the sun
6- The shop ( assistant assistance assisting ) was very helpful .
Supply the missing parts .
Hady : Did you watch the match yesterday ?
Adel : .. ?
Hady : The match between Egypt and Algeria .
Adel : In fact I didn't . Was it good ?
Hady : . .
Adel : ?
Hady : Egypt won by four to zero .
Adel :Oh.I wish I had watched it .
Write a composition not less than ten sentences about how you spend your weekends .

..
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Unit (5)
The mysterious cupboard
Mysterious (adj.)
Cupboard

something can't be explained or not easily understood.


: a piece of furniture for storing things.

Slope

: (v) sloping:- a surface which is higher on one side than

Move into

the other.

: to go to another place to live in.

Roof

: the top covering of a building, car.etc.

Ceiling

: the inside surface on the top of the room, the roof of the room.

Cheerful

: happy , in a good spirit.

Furniture

: all large movable objects such as beds, chairs,etc.

Pile

: number of things put on top of each other.

Lable

:a piece of paper or other material which gives you


information about the object it is fixed to.

Sorting out (v.)

: to separate one type of things from a group of things.

Realize

: to understand and believe.

Stuff (n)

: group of things.

Muddle

:to put into disorder /to confuse.

Knelt down:(v.)
Stack(v.)

: to kneel down ,to go down or remain on the knees.


: to arrange things in an ordered pile

throw out(v.)

:to get rid of something that you don't want any more.

Battered (adj.)

: damaged especially by being used a lot.

Jigsaw (n.)

: a picture stuck onto the wood or cardboard and cut into


pieces of different shapes which must be joined together
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correctly to form a picture again.


Spade (n.)

:a tool used for digging (making holes) with a long


handle and flat blade.

Crawl (v.)
Cob web (n.)

: to move slowly with the boy close to the ground or the floor.
: structure like a net of sticky silk threads made by a
spider for catching insects.

Dangle (v.)

: to hang loosely ,or to hold something so that it hangs loosely

Fitted (adj.)

: to made to fit the shape of someone or something.

Prop (v.)

: /propped: to support something physically ,often by


leaning it against something else or putting something under it.

Beneath (prep.)
Thick (adj.)
Soft (adj.)

: below or to a lower position than under.


: not thin ,having a long distance between the two sides.
: not hard.

Sway (v.)

: to move slowly from side to side.

Breeze (n.)

: a light and pleasant wind.

Capture (v.)

: to record or take a picture of something using a camera.

Mixture (n.)

: a set of different things mixed (put) together.

Adventure (n.)

: an action or a journey that is strange exciting and often dangerous.

Fracture (n.)

: being broken or breaking.

Vulture (n.)

: a large African and Asian bird that feeds on dead nimals.

Puncture (n.)

: a hole in something such as a tyre through which air or


liquid can get out.

Literature (n.)

: written works which are of artistic value


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Grammatical Structure
The modal verbs:
They are small verbs like (should ,ought to .must,) which certain the
meaning to the main verb.

-Modal verbs have the same forms in all persons.


.eg: -we must go now.
-You look tired .You should go to bed.

Modal verbs have several meanings and uses and they are followed by bare
infinitive.
-eg:-You should tell your father a bout the problem.(bare inf.).
-He must be back by seven o'clock.(bare inf.).

(a) Positive form:


-Is formed by putting the modal verb between the subject and the main verb.
Eg: You/ ought to /pay/ more attention.
Subject-modal v.-main verb.
(b) Negative form.
-is formed by adding (not) after the verb.
-eg: you must not enter this room.

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(mustn't)
(:c)Question form
-is formed by changing the position of the modal verb and the subject.
-eg:Ought we go ?
Should you be in the bed ?

-Modal verbs have several meanings and uses.


-For obligation (it is necessary and important to do )
1-Must
-eg:You must leave.

(You can't stay.)

-Must some times indicates future when used with a time word.
-eg:I must do this tomorrow morning.

2-Mustn't
We use it when we think an action is against the rules.
-eg:You mustn't throw things in the science lab . It is dangerous.

2-should \ought to:


-used to give advice and to say what is generally right or wrong.
-eg:You shouldn't be watching T.V now.
-You ought to be studying.
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(Notes)
1-Should \ought to have the same meaning.

2-Should \ought to are not as strong as must.


-eg:You must go now.
-You should go now.

(You have no choice ,go now. )


(It is your decision, but if Iwere you Iwould go

now.

3-Must is used only for the present form but in the past and the future we use
the form of have to.
-eg:I had to go to hospital.

(past)

-I have to get up early tomorrow. (future)

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Worksheet
Choose the correct answer between brackets:
1-We have been awake (since-for ago) 7 o'clock.
2-My daughter (be-has been-was) tired two days ago.
3-If he (saves-save-saved) a lot of money ,he will buy a car.
4-He died suddenly of (mystery-mysterious-cheerful) illness.
5-We are going to move (in-up-into) a new house next week.
6-The bed room is in the roof ,so it's got a (sloop-sloping-swaying) ceiling.
7-You shouldn't drive when it's (sunny-cloudy-foggy).
8-(You should-Should you-You should never) eat lots of fruit and vegetables.
9-He (should-shouldn't-oughtn't to) wear a seat belt while driving.
10-Tom was often late and his father told him that he (shouldn't-ought-should)
wake up earlier.
11-They will win the game if they (play-plays-played) well.
12-Lila threw all her (dangled-fitted-battered) toys because they were damaged.
13-The chairs were neatly (stacked-stuck-stain) at the back of the hall.
14-Tom is a ( carefully-careful-careless) driver .He drives well.
15-The kids took their buckets and (axe-spade-saw)
16-She (sorted-crawled-knelt) down to pray.
17-Mai let the gentle (breath-breeze-breathe) cool for face.

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Worksheet

Rewrite the following sentences using words between brackets.


1-They should help you.
(not)

2-It's necessary for you to leave early for school.


(must)

3-He feeds his dog twice a day.


(How often)
..
4-The last time she visited London was in April.
(since)
..
5-They play well .They win the match.
(If)
6-Salma is doing her home work now.
(yesterday)
..
7-The plane has just arrived at the airport.
(ago)
..
8-The chair is not as expensive as the table.
(more)
.
9-I have never eaten apples.
(ever)

10-Take your medicine or you won't get better.


(if)
.
11-I rode my bike yesterday.
(Did)
.....
12-Aliaa is not as big as me.
(I)

13-She bought a dress last week


(what)
..
14-My mark is 5 .Her mark is 10.
(worse)
.
15-Sam's car is cheaper than mine.
(more)
.
16-You should look right and left when you cross the road. (ought to)
..
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Worksheet
1-We watched a scary movie yesterday.
(Last night at ten o'clock)

2-Meg isn't as short as her friend.


( taller )

3-The weather has been very cold since last week.


(for)

4-No one is more beautiful than Mona.


(most)
..
5-It's necessary for people not to tell lies.
(must)
.
6-You should read the question carefully.
(shouldn't)
..
7-She left a short time ago.
( just)

8-She often speaks English.


(never)
..
9-We wake up early every morning.
(yesterday)
.
10-He felt ill last night.
(not)

11-We have lived in Cairo for ten years.


(since)
..
12-If you drop a glass on the floor ,it will break.
(What)
.
13-He had dinner an hour ago.
(not)
.
14-I was mending my car ,I hurt my self.
(when)

15-He behaves badly.


(should)

16-I advised him to leave his keys in the car.


(ought to)
..
17-I have a toothache.
(should)
..

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Worksheet
Give one word :
1-To go to another place to live in.

()

2-A set of different things mixed together.

(.)

3-A piece of paper which gives you information about the object it is fixed to.
(.)
4-The roof of the room.

()
()

5-To understand and believe.


6-Dangerous and exciting journey.

(...)

7-Items such as chairs , tables , beds or cupboards which are put into a house
or a building.

(..)

8-To record or take a picture of something using a camera. (.)


9-The net spun by a spider to catch insects.
10-Gentle wind.
11-To move gently from side to side
12A large bird that eats dead animals.

(..)
(..)
(..)
(..)

13-Written works which are of artistic value. (..)


14-Small hole caused by something sharp.

(.)

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Worksheet

Complete the following dialogues:


Fares :What book is this?
Ali
: it's an adventure book.
Fares : How do you like it?
Ali
: ..I enjoy it a lot.
Fares : .?
Ali
: It's about a group of young men who were able to solve a mystery
of a murder.
Fares : When will you finish it?
Ali
:
Fares : Can I borrow it tomorrow ?
Al
: ..
B)Nada
Salma
Nada
Salma
Nada
Salma
Nada
Salma
c)Maha
Dalia
Maha
Dalia
Maha
Dalia
Maha

: Hello Salma.?
: I have a toothache.
: you shouldn't eat too many sweets..?
: No,I don't brush my teeth.
: ..
:Yes, you are right . I should go to the dentist.
: .?
: I will go to the dentist tomorrow with my brother.

: ..,Dalia ?
: I'm going shopping tonight.
: Who are you going with ?
:
:.?
: Oh! Downtown is a very nice place for shopping . I hope you enjoy your time.
:
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Worksheet

Q1: Choose the correct word :


1- Would you dig a ( hole - whole) ?
2- Can you swim in the ( see - sea ) ?
3- Do you ( meet meat ) your friends ?
4- Do you brush your ( hare hair )?
5- Do you ( write - right ) with a pencil ?
6- Can you eat a ( pair bear )?

Q2: Tick the best answer to each question :


1- Tina's house was ( large and old small and old small and new )
2- Mum thought they should ( open all the boxes at the same time open the boxes one at a
time put all the boxes on the cupboard )
3- The first box was full of ( games teddy bears books )
4- Tina put the books ( outside on the bookshelf back in the box )
5- Tina propped the door open with ( a box a chair some books )

Q4:Underline the correct word in brackets :


1- They ( went moved lives ) into a new house .
2- Our house has a ( sloping slopping sleeping ) ceiling .
3- I like this colour. It's ( gloomy cheerful dull ).
4- Chairs and tables are ( furniture equipment tools ).
5- There are a lot of books in this room. There is a ( ball pill pile ) of books .
6- Medicine bottles have ( tickets labels socks ) on them .
7- My mother asked me to ( sort move stack ) out the clothes .
8- Will you help me ( stack stick stake ) the books on the bookshelf .
9- He still can't walk . He just ( crawls runs marches ).
10 The cupboard is ( dangled fitted dragged ) in the wall .

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Worksheet

Q1: What must you do ? Circle the correct answer :


1- You must speak
a) politely
b) impolitely
2- You must hand in your homework
a) late
3- You must
a) make a noise b) speak quietly
4- You must always a) run
b) walk
5- When your teacher comes in you must
a) stand up

to your teachers .
b) on time
in the library.
in the corridors
b) shout

Q2:Choose "ought to " or " must " :


1- They .. unpack the suitcases but they will do it later.
2- Tina . Tidy her room but she'll have lunch first.
3- I'm so thirsty . I have a glass of water.
4- You can play in the garden but you . not climb the trees .

Q3: Add y or ful to these nouns to make adjectives.


1- grass 2- fear ..
2- pain . 4- dirt
5- sand . 6- truth
7- waste ..
8- silver
9- noise ..
10- hope .
Write a composition not less than ten sentences about friendship .

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Unit 6
The mystery of the Mary Celeste .
New vocabulary:mystery (n.):- a strange thing that is difficult to explain or understand .(plural
mysteries

).

Interview(n.):-a meeting at which a person, usually someone famous is asked


about their opinions or their life for a newspaper article or TV. Show
Interview(v,):-to ask some questions in an interview.
Guess(v,):-to give an answer that you feel maybe right although you are not sure.
Solve(v.):- to find the answer for a problem.
Mast(n.):-a tall length of wood or metal that supports the sails on a ship.
Sail(v.)

:- to travel on the water.

ocean(n.)

:-a very large area of sea.

Voyage(n.)

:- a long journey, especially by ship.

Float(v.)

:- to stay on the surface of a liquid and not sink

Signal(v.)

:- to make a movement, sound or flash .etc which gives


Information or tells people what to do.

Reply(n.)

:-an answer.

Row(v.)

:-to move oars through water to make a boat move .

Aboard (adj, or):- preposition:-used when talking about getting onto a ship, air
craft, bus or train.
discover(v.)
Plenty

:-to find something or to learn about something for the first time.
:-the state of having enough or more than enough or a large amount./(a lot)
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Cabin(n.)

-a room on a ship or plane.

galley(n.)

:-a kitchen in ship.

Pot(n.)

:-a round container, used especially for cooking.

Mutiny(n.)

:-a group of people, especially soldiers or sailors who refuse to


obey orders.

Crew(n.)

:-a group of people who work together especially who work


on a ship or air craft.

Get off(v.)

:-to leave a place.

Murder(v.)

:-to kill a person.

Sailor(n.)

Guide(n.)

:-a person who works on a ship especially one who is not an officer .

:-a person whose job is showing a place to visitors.

Catalogue(n.)

:-a book with list of all the goods(things)that you can buy from a shop.

Disguise(v.)

:-to change the usual appearance.

Vague(adj)

:-not clearly seen

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Grammatical structure
*The passive voice:1)usage :it is used to describe actions:a)when we dont know who does the acti
e.g:-My bag is stolen.(I dont know who stole it)
b)when its not important to know who does the action. eg:- these televisions
are made in Japan..
(It doesnt matter who makes them)
SO:-The passive stresses on the action itself not who or what caused it.
2)Form:a)Put the object in the place of the subject (at the beginning of a sentence )
b)Use the present simple passive from:am
is +past participle
are
c)Put the subject in the place of the object and put by

before it.

d)Subject pronouns change into object pronouns after by .

e.g:- She draws a picture. (active)


A picture is drawn by her. (passive)
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Worksheet
I:-Choose the correct answer:1-The book tries to explain some of the (mysteries-mystery mysterious) of life
2-The ship was (sailing said signaled) to China.
3-We (must should mustnt )play football in the classroom.
4- Nada (was wasnt- were)ill. So she went to the club yesterday.
5-We havent met(since- for- ago) ages.
6-The room (was cleaned cleaned is cleaned)by Maha everyday .
7-The glass is (broke- break- broken).
8-He was a young sailor on his first sea(cabin- voyage-vague)
9-Columbs(covered-discovered- guessed)America
10-Weve plenty(on of off) time to catch the train.
11- I have made a big (pan pot pen) of soup.
12-The English homework (are isbe) done carefully by her.
13-Ahmed (havent hasnthadnt)had his food yet.
14-(How much- How old How deep)did it cost you?100 L.E
15-She(hid- acted disguised) herself as a man.
16-Her husband was(Signaled- murdered- discovered) by a thief as she watched.
17-You can(sink play float) very easily on the dead sea because its so salty.
18-The train is about to leave all(abroad roof aboard)
19-(Life jacket- Life belt Life boat)is a boat which is kept ready to go out to
sea and save people.
20-The teacher signalled (at out to) the boy to begin.
21-They didnt find any food in the (gallery gallon galley).
22-She (fall fell is falling) asleep while she was watching the film.

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Worksheet
II:-Re-write the following sentences:1-Hend cleans the house.
(The house)
..
2-I have played chess since 8:30 .Its now 10:30.
(for)
..
3- We obey orders.
(are)
..
4-Some people collect stamps .
(by)
..
5-She has a vacation. She goes to the beach.
(If)
..
6-They have already eaten their lunch
(yet)
..
7- We watch television every night
(He)
..
8-keep off the grass
(mustnt)
..
9-The cat saw a mouse .
(not)
..
10-we have lived in Cairo for twelve year .
(since)
..
11-The policeman catches thieves.
(Thieves)
..
12-he must stay at home today
(Must..?)
..
13-He is helping us now
(an hour ago)
..
14-Rania has been in Aswan for a day
(How long)
..
15-My sister plays music
(is)
..
16-He draws pictures beautifully.
(Pictures)
..
17-Noha is more beautiful than Sara
(less)
..
18-As khaled was climbing the high mountain he fell down
..
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Worksheet
III:-Give one word:1-A meeting with a famous person on a TV
{.}
2-To find an answer to a problem.
{.}
3-A long journey by a ship
{.}
4- A kit chean in a ship
{}
5-A group of people who work on ship
{.}
6-To kill a person
{..}
7-A group of people who refused to obey orders.
{..}
8- A person whose job is showing a place to visitors
{}
9-A container for cooking
{...}
10-A room on a ship
{}
Supply the missing parts in the following Dialogue:Tamer
:- Welcome to Egypt.
Mr.Jim
:- Thank you. Im happy to be here.
Tamer
:- .?
Mr.Jim
:- Ive been in Egypt for two years.
Tamer
:-.
Mr.Jim
:-Im interested in teaching English.
Tamer
:-whish places did you visit?
Mr.Jim
:-
Ayman
Samer
Ayman
Samer
Ayman
Samer
Ayman
Samer

:-.?
:- Its a photograph of my grandfather?
:-.....?
:- He was an engineer .He worked on the High Dam project.
:-....?
:- Yes ,Im proud of him he works hard for our family.
:- ..?
:- No , I want to be a lawyer.

Ahmed
Omar
Ahmed
Omar
Ahmed
Omar
Ahmed
Omar

:- Where will you go this weekend?


:-..
:-?
:- I will go with my family.
:-.?
:-We will go there by car.
:-.?
:-We will stay there for 3 days.
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worksheet
Q1:Underline the correct words in brackets :
1- There are a lot of ships and boats in the ( harbour airport station )
2- This crime is difficult to understand or explain. It's a kind of ( solution mystery
- clarity )
3- There are no waves on the sea . The sea is ( calm clear worried )
4-During the ( drought monsoon volcano ) there would be raim all day .
5- The fisherman is ( mending replying fishing ) the fishing net .
Q2:Underline the correct word in brackets :
1- We ( clean are cleaning have cleaned ) our house every day.
2- They ( listen are listening have listened ) to music now .
3- Look! A little baby ( crawls is crawling has crawled ) in the street .
4- We always ( help are helping have helped ) our mother with the housework.
5- Ahmed often ( studies study are studying ) his lessons in the afternoon
Q3: Match the words with their meanings :
1- voyage
2- signalled
3- damaged
4- overboard
5- solved

a) broken or harmed
b) over the ship's side .
c) found the answer to
d) long journey by water
e) sent a message

Write a composition not less than ten sentences about your family .

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