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(bL) He’s an actor. kK I'm a boy. You're a girl. It’s a bird. They're farmers. a py pic We're singers. You're teachers. They're pilots. He’s a man. 4 icreneere The verb ‘be’ | ‘Affirmative Negative. ‘Questions ‘Short Answers [tong forms | Shortforms | Long forms: ‘Short forms fom mm Jam not tmnot amr Yes, you are. / No, you aren’, You are Youre You ate not You aren't Areyou? | Yes, lam. /'No, I'm not. He is He's He is not He isn't she? Yes, he is. No, he isnt She is She's She is not She isn't Is she? Yes, she's. / No, she isn't Iris Its itis not ttisnt Isit? Yes, itis: /No, Itisnt. We are We're We are not We aren't Arewe? | Yes, you are. //No, you aren't. You are Youre You are not You aren't Are you? | Yes, we are. / No, we aren’. They are Theyte | Theyarenot | Theyarent | Arethey? | Yes, theyare. / No, they aren't UT pelle Look and complete. Cm You're He's: She's It's We're You're Theyre) 1 They're teachers. 5 ae students. oF a girl. 6 a a bird. 3 a doctor. 7 fr « girls. 4 £ aqwoman. 8 a singer. a) @ Look and write. 1 Is he a doctor? 4 Is she a doctor? No, he isn’t a doctor. He's an actor. N "Is it a cat? a Are they farmers? r Is he a singer? 6 Are you a pilot? The verb ‘can’ & Which words do you lai Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. PANINI LI NLP DDI NL QBs swim paint ride a bike read write Hmmmm. No, you can’t ride a bike. I can ride a bike. Can you, Anna? Graiiior. ‘The verb ‘can’ Affirmative Negative Questions Short Answers Full forms Short forms 1 can write. cannot write i can't write. ‘Cam I write? Yes, you can. / No, you can't, Youcan write. | Youcannotwrite. | Youcantwrite, | Conyouwnite? | Yes,lcan./No, cant. Hecan write, | He connotwrite. | Hecantwrite. | Canhewrite? | Yes, he can. / No, he can't She can write. | She cannot write. | She cantwrite. | Conshewrite? | Yes, she can. //No, she can't Htcanwrite. | ftcannot write hneant write. | Cont write? Yes, it can, / No, ican’ Wecan write. | Wecannotwrite, | Wecon'twrite. | Canwewrite? | Yes, youcan. / No, you can‘. Youcan write. | Youcannot write. | You cantwrite. | Conyouwrite? | Yes, we can. / No, we can't They can write. | They cannot write. | They can'twrite. | Con they write? | Yes, they can. / No, they con't 4 @ Look and write can or can’t. Tom and Sally 4 The baby swim. read. . 2 \anat | They 5 Mary “PY ride a bike. paint. 3 Lyn The dog write. fly. > Read and match. 1 Can Lucy cook? a Yes, | can. 2 Can the dog swim? b Yes, it can. 3 Can you ride a bike? ¢ No, she can't. 4 Can Tom paint? d Yes, they can. 5 Can Terry and Kim climb a tree? e No, he can't. Ss Read and answer about yourself. 7 Can you ride a bike? eee 2 Can you paint? 3 Can you drive a car? 4 Can you swim? The verb ‘have got’ @ Which words do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. o duck cow sheep - sheep goose - geese farmer @ Listen and read. @ What animals have you got? Ive got six geese and one sheep. Gromer The verb ‘have got” Affirmative Negative Questions Short answers Full forms: Short forms | Full forms Short forms Ihave got ve got Ihave not got haven't got Have | got? ‘Yes, you have. / No, you haven't. Yovhavegct | Youvego | Youhavenotgot | Youhoventgot | Haveyougor? | Yes, ihave./ No, haven? He has got He's got He has not got He hasn't got ‘Has he got? ‘Yes, he has. / No, he hasn't. ‘She has got ‘She's got ‘She has not got ‘She hasn't got Has she got? ‘Yes, she has. / No, she hasn't. Ithas got W's got Ithas not got Ithasn't got Has it got? Yes, it has. / No, it hasn't We have got We've got ‘We have not got We haven't got Have we got? ‘Yes, you have. / No, you haven‘t. ‘You have got ‘You've got ‘You have not got ‘You haven't got | Have you got? ‘Yes, we have, / No, we haven't, They have got | Theyvegot | Theyhavenot got | They haven't got | Have ‘they gor? | Yes, they have. / No, they haven't. 6 1 He __has got three geese. 2He acco. 5 They six cows. a dog. 3 He two sheep. 6 They four ducks. & Read and match. 1 Have you got a bike? a Yes, she has. 2 Has she got three apples? b No, they haven't. 3 Have they got two robots? c No, it hasn't. 4 Has the dog got a ball? d Yes, | have. Ss Draw your animals and colour. Then, say with your partner. Pve got a cow. I haven't got a goose. @ Which words do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. B ae ae ee cee WY UUUvV’ scarf trainers hat trousers jumper shirt @ Listen and read. Umm... Oh! Where are my trainers? They’re Anna’s Grammar Possessive Case Whose hat is this? >If Penny's (hat Penny's hat is blue. Whose trainers are these? + They're John’s (irainers) John’s trainers are green. Whose bikes are these? + They/re the gis bikes). The girs’ bikes are red. S Look and answer. John’s room 1 Whose jumper is this? It's 2 es, Whose trainers are these? @ Read and colour. ~— Lesson 1 4 a Whose trousers are these? 1 The boy's trousers are blue. 2 The girl's scarf is red. 3 The boy's shirt is yellow. S Add the apostrophe (’). 1 It's Tim's hat. 2 It's Marys scarf. 3 They're the girls jumpers. The red jumper is Jills. The blue jumper is Janes. 4 The boy's trainers are green. 5 The girl's jumper is yellow. 6 The girl's trainers are blue 4 They're Bens trousers. 5 They‘re Fays trainers. 6 They're the dogs balls. The big ball is Rexs. The small ball is Azors. Possessive adjectives @ What colours are the animals? Choose, match and discuss. Then, listen and check. o aBewwe purple black orange white pink brown red blue grey @ tisten and read. ©) This is my new dress. it’s dirt yellow green | It’s white but.. Your pink dress is beautiful, Anna. Grammar Possessive Adjectives Subject Pronouns Possessive Adjectives | Subject Pronouns Possessive Adjectives Singular Plural 1 > my we > our you 2 your you > your he > his they 2 their she > it > its We use Possessive Adjectives fo show who something belongs to. They always go before nouns and don't fake an aricle 10 & Read and complete. Then, match. 1 Zack has gota plane. ~ His plane is orange. a 2 Anna and | have got a cat. cat is grey. b &ss, 3 Chris and Tom have got bikes. bikes are black. c & & 4 You've got a pet snake. snake is green. d pe 5 Jim has got trainers. trainers are green. 6 You and Emma have got skirts. skirts are pink and white. f & & Read and answer about yourself. Use My, His, Her. 1 What's your name? 2 What's your mother’s name? 3 What's your brother's / sister's name? 4 What's your best friend’s name? S What's your favourite colour? N This - These / That - Those 4 Which words do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. (3) Ss =i gi & door window sofa armchair bookcase @ isten and read. €*) This is the bookcase and these are the beds. Grammar This - These / That - Those This is an armchair. These are lamps. That is a sofa. Those are beds. we 12 @ Look, read and circle. 1 These / Those are tables. — aul aul 2 This / That is a bookcase. E 2 These / Those are sofas. fase a) ey 4 These / Those are windows. = H H 5 This / That is a chair. a R @ Write the sentences in the plural. 1 This is an armchair. +e a ie Bhesecrevormchairs Fe a bk = 2 That is a door. => i i > 3 That is a bookcase. a ey E A = This is a window. “a a a 5 This is a cat. gS 3 Present Simple Of ‘like’ + noun 1” Which words do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. ®@ ballet karate football volleyball tennis basketball @ Listen and read. @ Do you like basketball? Let’s play. Hmm... | don’t like basketball but OK, let’s play. (Grammar Present Simple of ‘like’ + noun ‘Affirmative Negative ‘Questions ‘Short Answers Full forms Short forms Mike tennis. | do not like tennis, I don't like tennis. Do | like tennis? Yes, you do. / No, you don't, You like tennis. |You donot ike tennis. | Youdon'like tennis. | Do you ike tennis? | Yes, ! do. /No, | don‘. He likes tennis. | He does notlike tennis. | He doesn't ike tennis, | Does he like tennis? _| Yes, he does. / No, he doesn’. She likes tennis,| She does not ike tennis.| She doesn't ke tennis,| Does she like tennis? | Yes, she does. / No, she doesnt. Wlkes tennis. |ttdoes not ike tennis. | Itdoesn'tike tennis. | Does itike tennis? | Yes, it does. / No, it doesn’. We like tennis. | Wedo not ike tennis, | We don't like tennis. | Do we like tennis? __| Yes, you do. / No, you don't. You like tennis. |Youdo not ike tennis. | Youdon'tlke tennis. | Do you like tennis? _| Yes, we do. / No, we dont. ‘They like tennis.| They do not like tennis. | They don’t like tennis. | Do they like tennis? _| Yes, they do. / No, they don't. 4 Lesson ¢ (3° Look at the table and complete. Use like / likes or don’t / doesn't like. Tim O O 1 Tim doesn’t like basketball. ® ee 2 Tim volleyball. & 3 Tim tennis. Lun CO OF Ol4 tun ballet. 4) AO & fe 5 Timand Lyn volleyball. 6 Tim and Lyn tennis. @ Read and match. 1 Do Mary and Penny like ballet? a No, | don't. 2 Does George like football? b No, she doesn’t. 3 Do you and Ben like tennis? c Yes, he does. 4 Do you like basketball? d_ No, we don’t. 5 Does Claire like volleyball? e Yes, they do. (S> what do you and your partner like? Tick (¥) or cross (X). Then, say. You Your partner Do you like tennis? ‘like’ + ing G™ Which words / phrases do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. @ EN ime | watch a DVD ski dance __play football do a jigsaw puzzle | like playing football but Anna doesn’ Anna likes doing Ohacot pases eee 1 don’t like playing football. ike dancing. You like dancing. He / She / It likes dancing, idee eae We like dancing. You lke dancing, They like dancing 1% @ Read, follow the lines and circle True or False. Helen Tom Jim and Mary George and John & EO 9 ns & B@ 3&6 a 1 Helen likes skiing. True False 2 Tom likes watching DVDs. True False é 3 Jim and Mary like doing jigsaw puzzles. True False 4 George and John like swimming. True False (@ Read and write. Use like and the verb in brackets. R 1 Anna likes watching (watch) DVDs. Be 2 Beth and Tom (swim). er 3 My friend Jim (play) football. ie 4 Suzie (dance). | 5 Fay and George (do) jigsaw puzzles. cs What do you like doing? Say. I like swimming > d. z and... = here’s / are...? a& Which prepositions do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. Me @ BH A The ball is The ball is The ball is The ball is «» in front of the chair. next to the bed. behind the bag. between the table and the armchair. ® Listen and read. @ Look! There’s a monkey behind the tree. It’s on the monkey's head! _ Where's / are...? Prepositions of Place Where's the dog? {Ws behind the door. Where are the apples? They're between the oranges and the bananas. 8 &S Look, read and write the prepositions. in frontof _nextto “ behind between on under | 1 The dog is the armchair. 2 The mouse is the table. 3 The cat is the TV. | 4 The doll is the TV. 5 The ball is the bag & and the table. — 6 The rabbit is the bag. @ Read and complete. Use Where’s or Where are. 1 the hat? It’s under the chair. the chairs? They're behind the sofa. 2 3 the apples? They're on the table. 4 the shirt? It’s in the bag. B the ball? It's under the bed. S Read, look and colour. 1 The green robot is behind the door. 2 The yellow robot is under the chair. 3 The pink robot is next to the ball. 4 The blue robot is in the car. 5 The black robot is on the chair. 6 The red robot is in front of the car. Spelling Check @ Look and complete. ig wind pl football th sh ch f tball te is puzzle = mit arm Cie Oe PHONICS @ Listen and circle the a sound. Then, sing. Rat-a-tat-tat vl Rat-a-tat-tat. What is that? Is it an elephant or is it an ant? s Is it an apple or is it a bag? Is it a blue and orange flag? Yes, itis. Yes, it is. S Write and say the words. Then, colour the pictures of the words with the /ze/ sound. SI 20 ws “Lesson 7 writing corner cS Read and write and or or. This is a basketball - Do you like playing this is a tennis ball. football __ volleyball? Ben can paint ___ ride a bike. 4 Have you got a goose a duck? like watching DVDs doing jigsaw puzzles. Do you like blue pink? Revision 2 @ Look, read and answer. ps 1 Po Is he a doctor? No, he isn’t. 4 Is she a singer? He's an actor. ao Are they pilots? 5 Pe Are they armchairs? 3 ip Is it a bird? Look and complete with This / That / These / Those and the correct Possessive 1 That It's her. 2 They're 3 They're 4 It's & Answer the questions about yourself. 1 Can you swim? 2 Can you paint? 3 Can you ski? 4 Can you play football? 22 trainers. & Are you blue? is Mary's scarf. scarf. are Tim’s trainers. = are Helen's and Mary's trousers. trousers. is the dog's ball. ball. 1 I like 4 | don’t like 2 5 watching DVDs. 3 6 © Look and write sentences. Where’s the ball? 1 - The ball is next to the bed bn ACE SMT Lg Work in groups of four and complete the survey. Then, discuss. Do’ you like ballet? NZ Smart Skills 2 (Reading + Writing) = 4” Look and read. Put a tick (¥/) or a cross (X) in the box. eg. & This is a doctor. 3 key This is an armchair. O 1 B This isa singer. (_} 4 Zz This is a man. (J 2 & This isa duck. (_} 5 This isa woman. (_} €2> Look and read. Write Yes or No. e.g. This is a farm. Yes 1 The girl has got a jigsaw puzzle. 2 The girl's bike is in front of the sheep. 3 The farmer has got a bird on his hat. 4 The cow is next to the tree. 5 The geese are between the sheep and the girl. : Tee = We Shep (ie « Lesson9 (> Read the story. Look at the pictures and the example. Write one-word answers. Who am |? ‘You find me in a pan school, . |have got many = (1). like $2 (2) and (3). They a (4) and (5) in my class. How many girls are there in the house? Who likes tennis? The = What's behind the boy? A = What colour is the boy's shirt? = Who is in the car? A Who likes dancing? The Where is the bookcase? Behind the Imperative @ Which phrases do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. IOP L WIPO PUY PY YY UU UY Go straight. Turnright. Turn left. Walk. Don’t walk. Stop. @ Listen and read. & Don’t run. jood bot ZF Lesson 10 @ Look and write. ‘Use Let’s or Don’t and (write gah swim tum left). on the desk. Go straight. Stop. Turn right. Nay Present Progressive 4 Which phrases do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. 8 She's phoning He's feeding They're doing He's making They're her friend. the dog, __ their homework. cake. talking. I’m talking to you, Hello, Greg. What shigourse: are you doing? Full forms Yes, you are. / No, you arent. You are not reading. | Yes, tom. / No, tm not. Heis not reading. Yes, hes. / No, he isnt. ‘She's not reading. p | Yes, she's, /No, she isnt. tis not reading, Yes, tis. /No, isnt, We are not reading. Yes, you are. / No, you arent. You are not reading. ‘Yes, we are. / No, we arent | They are not reading. Yes, they are. / No, they arent phone > _ phoning We use the Present Progressive for aclons thot are happening now, al the moment of speaking. Z— Lesson 11 S Read and complete. Use the Present Progressive. 1 || Fay is doing (do) her homework now. Ce My father (make) a cake now. ea Zin and Zan (talk) now. | (feed) my dog now. (3) The children (walk) to school now. She ——___________ (phone) her friend now. 4 Read and complete. Then, match. Re Js Tom paintin: (Tom / paint) now? Yes, he is. (im and Paul / walk) to school now? Yes, they are. (George / make) a cake? Yes, he is. (dog / swim) now? Yes, it is. — | | Read and circle. My father phoning his friend. He's reading a book. @ am not b isn't © aren't the dogs swimming? No, they aren't. a Am b Is ¢ Are tam my homework now. a doing b do ¢ does ¥ Are you riding a bike now? Yes, | it am not b is ¢ am 's she painting now? No, she 5 a isn't b is ¢ aren't i Present Simple + adverbs of frequency @ Which words / phrases do you know? Match and discuss. ‘Then, listen and check. 3 sleep watch TV get up draw @ Listen and read. @ T never eat peas. Rex sometimes eats peas. ; ____ Present Simple a ) Affirmative Negative iN | Questions ‘Short Answers Full forms ‘Short forms draw. do not draw. dont draw.” |Do | draw? Yes, you do. / No, you don’t. You draw. You do not draw. “You don’t draw, | Do you draw? ‘Yes, | do. / No, I don't |He / She / it draws. | He / She / It does not draw.| He / She / It doesn't draw. | Does he / she / it draw? Yes, he / she / it does. / No, he / she /it doesn’ We draw. We do nat draw. ‘We dort draw. Do we draw? "Yes, you do. / No, you dont. You draw. You do not draw. ‘You don't draw. |Do you draw? Yes, we do. / No, we dont. |They draw. They do nat draw, They don't draw. Do they drow? Yes, they do. / No, they dont. Remember: study - studies ‘wash = washes watch=> watches ~—=—«go =» goes Time Expressions _on Monday / Tuesday etc. ‘every day / Monday etc. in the morning / afternoon / evening etc at the weekend / at 8:00 etc. GEE always [= sometimes (J never Jalways wash my face in the morning. ‘She sometimes sleeps at 10:00. _ They never get up at 7:00 on Sundays. We use the Present Simple for habits and actions that happen regularly. 30 | Read and complete the sentences. Use the correct form of the verbs. | Seth always __gets up at 7 o'clock. a after school. xy Eric and Sue sometimes TV in the afternoon. Felen always her teeth in the morning. a r sometimes. in the morning. a 4 Look at the chart and write. Use the Present Simple and adverbs of Jiland Kim always uy Je es] = Saal e study draw sleep Jim wash their faces watch TV get up Tom and Mary Jim _always studies (study) in the afternoons. > Jim (sleep) at 9:00 on Sundays. 3 Tom and Mary (wash their faces) in the morning. (watch TY) in the afternoon. Tom and Mary Baul bile) _ Answer about yourself. Use short forms. Do you always wash your face in the morning? Do you sometimes watch TV in the afternoon? Does your mother get up at 8:00 every day? Does your father sleep at 11:00 at night? Do your friends study every day? iB iss Present Simple (months and seasons) (4? Which month is first? Number (1-12) and discuss. Then, listen and check. (7 | February (@) December ia) © January O April (cs) August (z) November fy March O May (a July O June O September O October O (3 which months belong to which season? Write and discuss. winter summer spring autumn Yes. | always eat cream in the winter! & Listen and read. @ ‘Anna, do you (Grammar Present Simple (months and seasons) In+monh eg. My birthday is in May. In+theseason eg. go swimming in the summer 32 @ Read and answer with the seasons. When do you... eat ice cream? In the g0 swimming? g0 skiing? ave your birthday party? start school? finish school? wear a jumper? Ss Read and complete. Use the Present Simple. 1 Sam and Ben (go) swimming in August. I 2 Laura (not / wear) a jumper in the summer. = 3 The children (not / eat) ice cream in the winter. 400 youl goo) to school in July? No, we don’t. 5 Mary (ride) her bike in the spring? Yes, she does. @ Say with your partner. Then, write sentences. It always snows autumn. It sometimes 5 3 s Fale teenie We | sometimes | rain: 4 atihe winter. spring. | never go skiing spring. go swimming summer. eat ice cream ride / bike do / homework read books Time + Prepositions of time (> what's the time? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. (') a It’s a quarter to one. It’s one o'clock. It's half past one. It’s a quarter past one. @ Read and draw the time. oon a 1 It’s half past four. 2 It'saquarterto 3/It’sseveno’clock. 4 It’s a quarter nine. past eleven. @ Listen and read. @ Greg go to bed. It’s a quarter to twelve. You can play again at the weekend. On Sunday night... On Monday morning... Cuckoo...Cuckoo. It’s half past eight. It’s half past eight. Prepositions of time on/in/at ot + time £249. g0 to schoo! at 8:00 o'clock. ‘on + days ofthe week e.g. visit my friends on Saturdays. ‘ot + the weekend e.g. She goes to the park at the weekend. | in + the moming / afternoon / evening at + night ‘e<, They watch TV at night. 9, They watch TV in the attemoons. 34 (@ Read and write in, on, at. 1 hes Jill cleans her bedroom the weekend. 2 He brushes his teeth the morning. (| ia Joanna and Karen study seven o'clock. 4 George watches TV the afternoon. By 5 feel They go to the cinema Fridays. 6 It’s my birthday Saturday. ws (S> Read, look and complete with the time. 1 Jim gets up at (7:45) in the morning. 2 Jim has lunch at (2:15) on Mondays. 3 Jim listens to music at (6:00) in the afternoon. 4 Jim sleeps at (10:30) on Saturdays. e Complete about yourself. Use phrases with at..., in... on... 1 | listen to music 2 | go to school 3 | don’t have school 4 | don't sleep | ng Present Simple / Present Progressive @ Which words / phrases do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. (7) work go shopping take photos have a guitar lesson f 2) Listen and read. (% @ Bia TET? Anna loves photos. She takes photos taking photos. of animals at the weekends. She's running! It’s lots of fun. ‘Anna aiways goes to the cinema on Saturdays but new she's watching a DVD at home. @ Complete with the Present Simple or the Present Progressive. a | (go) shopping with my sister on Saturdays. PB 2 George (have) a guitar lesson now. ¥ (work) in the afternoon. ma 4 Tom (feed) his dog every day. sm 5 The children (draw) a picture now. Wee 6! (take) photos now. 3 David always on @ Put the words in the correct order. © Answer about yourself. 1 Do you study in the afternoons? 2 Do you go swimming in the summer? 3 Does your mother go shopping on Saturdays? 4 Are you riding a bike now? 5 Are your friends having a lesson now? 6 Is your father playing football now? ae Siena Spelling Check a What's the missing letter? 1 diaz eect _—_atch 1 O 2 take ___ hotos ‘get-u = = slee___ 2 O 3 -mdkeel @ofleed Aiphone == 3 O 4wa__k turn ___eft a____ ways 4 (ey @ Listen and circle the e@ sound. Then, sing. 8 A big red hen Lucy's got a big red head And a big red hen, and a big red hen. Lucy's got a big red head And a very big red hen. Lucy's got a big red egg On her big red head, on her big red head Lucy's got a big red egg And another big red hen. @ Write the words and complete the sentence. Then, say it as fast as you can. ee Zen has gota ______._ and 38 ‘wri fing corner We use CAPITAL letters for: names e.g. John © days of the week e.g. Monday months e.g. January 3 © countries e.g. Turkey - e special days e.g. New Year’s Day e to begin a sentence e.g. This is my dog, Max. e the word ‘I’. . 1am a doctor. 7 my name is anna. itis christmas. 3 tim’s birthday is in may. my favourite days are-saturday and sunday. 5 i come from australia. ad. 6 Now write about you! ere do you come from? (est Sa eas. Tee eS ier =~ a jat are your favourite days? Mu __— : (ee jat’s your friend’s name? BisL When is your birthday? Ne Seesamgie mar iaaMaMngd t iota aA 1 de eT What's your favourite time of the year? irthday, New Year's Day, etc.) @ Look and write. ,® ,o ,0 .® 0 -® @ Look and write. Use the Present Progressive. i He is studying 2 She is drawing. ew He isn't studying. He is sleeping. 2 é She is phoning a friend. 4 They are working. & Read and answer. What do you do on Saturdays? We get up at 9:00 o’clock. | have a guitar lesson in the morning. Tom goes shopping on Saturday morning. We have lunch at 1:30. Then, we do our homework and watch TV. We usually go to the cinema with our friends in the afternoon. We sleep at 10:00 o'clock. Jim Tom 1 Do they get up at 9:00 o'clock? 2 Does Jim make a cake in the morning? 3 Does Tom go shopping in the morning? 4 Do they have lunch at 2:00 o'clock? 5 Do they go to the cinema with their mother? 6 Do they sleep at 10:00 o'clock? 40 @ Read and complete. Use the Present Simple or the Present Progressive. 1Jil_ (phone) her friend now. 2 My brother (take) photos on Sundays. iy Me ROU (talk) to Mary now? ee (work) every day? = S| (not / have) a guitar lesson on Tuesdays. 6 The children (make) a cake now. S Read and complete. Use on, in, at. 1 I get up 7:30 in the morning. = 2 My mother feeds our dog the afternoon. 3 We don't have school ____ the summer. 4 Mary's birthday is December. a 5 Tom doesn’t work Sundays. 6 The childrensleep__—s*‘1'0 'clock__ night. © Choose a month, write about it and draw pictures. Then, make a calendar with your class. December In December you go Skiing in the mountains. You Can make snowmen or play with the snow! Smart Skills 2 (Listening + Speaking) @& Listen and draw lines. There is one example. B a @ Read the questions. Listen and write. & e.g. What is the girl’s name? Beth. 1 How old is she? 2 What season is her birthday in? 3 What month is it in? 4 What's the name of her school? 5 What time does she go to school? 1 What's Anne doing? How many...? (numbers ¥ plurals) 119 > Match. Then, listen and check. IPL WLU WPS YY YIU YUU 20 40 GO ée@ 1006 ) 5e 76 9O 21 twenty-one 22 twenty-two 23 twenty-three 24 twenty-four 25 twenty-five 26 twenty-six 27 twenty-seven 28 twenty-eight 29 twenty-nine (Grammar Plurals | Regular plurats Irregular plurals cogil = twogirs person > people cboby => three bables achid > children aboy > ~~ fourboys amanandawoman =» menand women | How many apples are there? There are twenty apples. How many books have you gor? Ive got fen books. J 44 Look at the numbers and write the words. iz 3 6 7 } Read and write the plurals. Ge aig Ce 4 8 7 There are thirty (child) in my class. There are two (man) in the supermarket. The (baby) are happy. Those (woman) are tall. We've got twenty (apple). These (boy) are playing basketball. ' Answer about yourself. How many children are there in your English class? How many are boys? How many are girls? How many brothers / sisters have you got? G7 Which words do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. Or. ei @e. pear apricot watermelon strawberry grapes cherry peach > tisten and read. Have some fruit, Greg. There’s a watermelon, some peaches and. some strawberries in the bag. Mmm... | like strawberries! Oh no! Grammar a/an/some a pear some pears peach peaches ‘awatermelon ‘some watermelons ‘cherry cherries ‘an apricot some apricots strawberry strawberries ( ‘@/ an + singular countable nouns some + plural countable nouns 46 > Read, look and write a / an or some. Then, write the numbers 1-6. 1 some grapes” w peach cherries watermelon apricot a i a strawberries In the basket there’s a watermelon and an apple. There are some cherries and some pears, too. WH the basket a Which words do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. (27>) i2s6@2a86e sugar butter flour milk eggs cake C666 @ Listen and read. @ ‘OK Greg. I’ve got some butter, some milk and some eggs. Is there any flour for the cake? 7 é Wa = a ES oe Grammar some / any Uncountable nouns There are some eggs in the cake. There is some milk. mik flour ‘Are there any eggs in the cake? Is there any mik? sugor butler There aren't any eggs in the cake. There isn't any milk, We use some and any with plural countable nouns and with uncountable nouns. ‘We use some in affirmative sentences. We use any in questions and negative sentences. 48 = Lesson 22 |’ Read and circle. 7 There aren't some / any apples on the table. is there some / any flour in the cake? There's some / any sugar in the cake. 4 There isn’t some / any butter in the fridge. 5 Are there some / any tomatoes in the salad? 6 There are some / any oranges in the bag. a Look and write. 1 Is there any butter? 2 Is there any milk? 3 Are there any peaches? 4 Are there any strawberries? S What’s in your fridge? Write. ee eggs peaches is /isn’t me There Po milk tomatoes in my fridge. are / aren't ani . - butter cherries €” Which words do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. & QD \z Ox vO notebook board game ruler _—clock_—pencill casé.-—@tiros /'dollars How much. I like that teddy bear.How much is it? (Grammar How much is it? How much ore they? its twelve euros. Thayrete dose . {sto @ Look and write the questions. 1 : 2 They're four euros. It’s twenty dollars. It’s eighteen euros. 4 ? They're twelve euros. 5 2) They're seventy dollars. 6 ? ~FEM It’s five euros. €i2 @ » Look and answer the questions. Use It’s / They’re...euros. 1 How much are the board games? 4 How much is the computer game? They're twenty euros. 2 How much are the notebooks? 5 How much are the pencil cases? 6 How much are the rulers? 3 How much is the clock? Object pronouns GF which words do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. (3) eaueg look listen taste smell touch @ tisten and read. ae oe Come on! Listen to them! eS Grammar Object pronouns ‘Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns Subject Pronouns: Object Pronouns: Singular Plural T > me. we > us you > you you > you he > him they > them ‘she > her it > it We use Object pronouns as objecs of verbs. They always go ater verbs or prepostions They replace nouns i order fo avoid repeating them. 52 Lesson 23 Sy Look and write. Use the verbs in the lesson. be A ge : ook at the photos. A eo + Sees Sees to “S- y ie @ Read and circle. 1 Listen to your mother. Listen to him / her. 2 Play with your brother. Play with us / him. 3 Brush your teeth. Brush us / them. 4 I'm climbing a tree. Look at him / me. 5 Open the door. Open it / them. KS? Write the object pronouns. me him her it us jou them 1 Those are my trainers. Don’t wear i, 2 Bob’s dancing. Dance with 3 This is your milkshake. Drink 4 She’s wearing a yellow dress. | can see 5 We're playing basketball. You can play with z 6 It's my birthday today. You can visit at six o'clock. 7 You and Bill are playing volleyball. Can | play with WUURM & & €Z Which sentences do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. (7) Grammar ‘Must / Mustn’t Affirmative Negative ‘Questions | must ect. | mustn’t eat. Must | eat? ‘You must eat, ‘You mustn't eat. Must you eat? ‘He must eat. He musin‘t eat. Must he eat? ‘She must eat. ‘She musin't eat. Must she eat? It must eat. ‘tt mustn't eat. Must it eat? We must eat. We mustn't eat. Must we eat? You must eat. You mustn‘t eat. Must you eat? They must eat. ‘They mustn't eat. Must they eat? ‘We use must to express obligation. We use mustn't to express prohibition. 54 Lesson 24 @ Read and circle must / mustn't 1 Paul and John must / mustn't do their homework every day. 2 Be quiet children. You must / mustn't talk in the museum. 3 It's 9 o'clock: You must / mustn’t go to bed. 4 The baby is sleeping. You must / mustn’t listen to music. 5 It's cold. They must / mustn’t wear their jackets. @ ’ Look at the picture and write what the children mustn't do in class. 1 Suzy mustn't write on the desk. 2 Helen and Jill 3 Peter 4 Gary, John and Bill Ss What must / mustn’t you do in class? Discuss with your partner. 7% ee What must you do in class listen to the teacher eat in class be quiet chew gum in class write on the desk play football in class listen to music be at school at... Cae F must 9 mustn't f 65 Stnart Time 3 Spelling Check > Which letters are in all the words? 1 peach cake watermelon fu.) B 2 apricot chew gum school O 3 ruler flour euros OO 4 pear strawberry teacher O O B @ Listen and circle the 1 sound. Then, sing. ‘y Willy the fish Willy the fish is in the sink. Bubble, bubble, bubble. Wink, wink, wink. : He's in the sink, he’s in the sink. Willy the fish likes drinking milk. — Bubble, bubble, bubble. 3 5 Wink, wink, wink. He likes his milk, he likes his milk. @ Look and circle the words in the grid. Then, write and say them. )) | {alclalelr{ifclo]r ae wlQ|R|ulv|D)G/H/m F/P/E|N{cii]t {mj 1 e UiR{BlLlKlofafsfe a sitfy[p|t]xfalilK 4 H|A/Zz/Q|wislp| s/n j 56 wri ring corner Questions end with a question mark (?). e.g. What’s your name? Do you always get up at 7:00? Sentences that express surprise, happiness or anger end with an exclamation mark (1). e.g. Happy Birthday! Be quiet! (5? add question marks (2) of exclamation marks (!). 1 How old-are you 2-You mustn't eat in the museum 3 How many euros have you got 4 Don‘t chew gum in class nae —— 5 Are there any eggs in the cake i i & Now complete the sentences and get your partner to add question marks (?) or exclamation marks (!), What You mustn't Don’t IG wet (e] ees) GP Read and circle the odd word. 1 Fruit > watermelon apricot cherry peach pear | 2 Food => flour trainers sugar butter eggs cake 3 Inthe Classroom -% notebook ruler pencilcase pen rubber milk 4 Toys = boardgame doll robot bike clock ball . 5 Senses => smell eat touch listen taste look @ Read and write the plurals. 1 There are twenty 2 There are three 3 There are five 4 There are a lot of 5 There are seven 6 There are fifty 7 There are three 8 There are two & Read and match. 1 It’s hot, open the window. 2 We're playing volleyball. 3 I'm swimming. 4 She's cooking. 5 They're talking. 6 You're eating. @ Look and write a / an or some. Then, match. 6 ©. 8 some sugar cake 58 children 995 (child) in my class. (baby) on the bed. (woman) at the beach (person) at the cinema. (boy) in the karate class. (cherry) in the basket. (peach) on the tree. (ruler) in my pencil case. a Listen to them. b Help her. ¢ Can leat with you? d Play with us. e Open it, please. f Swim with me. 528 ais apricot cherries clock ar ees Ss Look, read and answer the questions. Use some / any. 1 Are there any eggs? Yes, there are some eggs. 2 Is there any butter? w Are there any cherries? 4 |s there any flour? 5 Are there any peaches? a Is there any milk? e Look, read and write How much is / are? Then, answer. B.A.) hea 1 __How much is the skirt? 4 the hat? It's thirty five euros. It's 2 the trainers? 5 the scarf? They're It’s B the jumper? 6 the trousers? It’s They're (AN Task-based activity What rules would you like for your classroom? Discuss and make a rules poster. RULES IN THE CLASSROOM We must... We mustn't... © listen to the teacher ® do homework © eat in class ® do tests © play board games WZ ee lae sas Oe MCpcerrel tea as.) > Look and read. Put a tick (¥) or a cross (XX) in the box. e.g @ You must be arcu 3 ag They must be at school at nine. 1 A This is a clock. O 0 4 There are four men. O 2 There are twelve pencils on the desk. O 5 Ea This is twenty euros. O @ Look and read. Write Yes or No. e.g. The children are chewing gum. Yes. 1 The boy and the girl are playing a board game. 2 The women are eating watermelon. 3 There are eggs on the table. 4 The boys are writing on the desk. 5 There are eight people in the house. S& Look at the pictures and the letters. Write the words. ‘op é peda Jo I @ Read the story. Look at the pictures and the example. Write one-word ~~ answers. What am |? Children love me. | have got (e.g.) flour (3) se aid = same bed ey yAiondizseres tote —toneniwehg 5 inside me. | (5) & great. NG Ye 4 great! What am |? lama S&S Look at the picture and read the questions. Write one-word answers. e.g. How much is the notebook? It's 3/three euros. 1 How many pencils are there? There are a 2 Where are the pencil cases? Theyre the desks. 3 Who is listening to music? The 4 What are the girls doing? They're 2 Who is closing the window? ~—‘ The 6 Comparative form = @ Which phrases do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. (2) b=hox agood swimmer afatman anold woman abad swimmer a thin man @ Listen and read. ‘We use the Comparative form to compare two people, animals or things. An adjective in the comparative form is usually followed by the word than. > Look and write. Use the comparative form of the adjectives and than. 1 The red fish is bigger than. (big) the green fish. ‘Oc 2 Tomis (bad) Jim at basketball. 3 Zuzu is (short) Zippa. ar 4 Maxis (old) Helen. ao 5 Fay is (good) Jill at swimming. 6 Ted is (happy) Stacey. Opes Ted Stacey @ Look at the pictures, spot the differences and complete. Use (small old thin tall fat long ) in the comparative form. 1 In picture 1 the father is than in picture 2. 2 In picture 1 the rabbit is than in picture 2. 3 In picture 1 the car is than in picture 2. 4 In picture 2 the boy is than in picture 1. 5 In picture 2 the turtle is than in picture 1. 6 In picture 2 the girl’s hair is than in picture 1. 63 G4 Which phrases in bold do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. @ se fe FO FiNsy ; ' > | s John Mike i Le. | d AP) Tommy is the Paul is the qhe whale is the Kelly isthe Mike is the youngest boy best runner biggest animal happiest girl worst runner of the three. of the three. of the three. ¥ oe thrgesy of the three: @ Listen and read. i) amy 7” best and the fastest of all. ‘Adjectives Comparative Superlative big bigger the biggest happy happier the happiest sad sadder the saddest fost foster the fastest Sue's got long hair. slow slower the slowest Sallys got longer hair than Sue. small smaller the smallest Lucy's got the longest hair in the class. We use the superlative form fo compare one person, animal or thing with several of the same kind, ‘The artic the comes before an adjective inthe superlative form. 64 Lesson 29 @ Look, read and answer. Tina 9 years old . 3 tag oo 1 Who's the shortest? 2 Who's the oldest? 3 Who's the best? 4 Who's the worst? 5 Who's the youngest? 6 Who's got the longest hair? @ Read and write the comparative or superlative form. 1 My tortoise is (slow) than my rabbit. 2 Jane's hair is the (long) in the class. 3 The whale is the (big) of all the animals. 4 AhdmsteriSa ee |“ (smoall)than.aieat: 5 The baby is the (young) in the family. 6 Lisa isa (good) runner than Nick. 7 Sue is the (happy) child in the class. S& Draw your family and answer. 1 Who's the tallest in your family? 2 Who's the youngest in your family? 3 Who's the fastest in your family? 4 Who's the thinnest in your family? > Which words do you “3 Match and discuss. 4 Then, listen and check. (=) circus beach home shopping centre restaurant} Greg, were you at the shopping centre yesterday? No, | wasn’t. 1 was at the beach. (Grammar Past Simple of ‘be’ Affirmative Negative Questions Short Answers |was wasn’t ‘Was |? ‘Yes, you were. / No, you weren't. You were You weren't ‘Were you? ‘Yes, | was. / No, | wasn't. He was He wasn't ‘Was he? Yes, he was. / No, he wasn't. ‘She was ‘She wasn't ‘Was-she? Yes, she was. / No, she wasn't. Itwas Itwasnt ‘Was it? ‘Yes, it was. / No, it wasn't. ‘We were ‘We werent Were we? Yes, you were. / No, you weren't. You were ‘You weren't ‘Were you? ‘Yes, we were. / No, we weren't. ‘They were ‘They weren't Were they? Yes, they were. / No, they weren't. Time Expressions last night last Monday ... Sunday yesterday morning, afternoon ‘We use the Past Simple for actions which began and ended in the past, or to describe situations in the past. 66 t Z— Lesson 30 & Read and circle. 1 Polly and Ken was / were at the cinema Last night. 2 Nicky was / were at the zoo yesterday. 3 Jason and | was / were at the park last Sunday 4 John and Mike was / were at the funfair last Friday. 5 The clown was / were at the circus. 6 | was / were at the beach yesterday morning. @ Look, read and write. 1 Was Kate at the funfair yesterday? 2 Were Lisa and Tim at a restaurant last night? (al 3 Was Tina at home last night? eal 4 Were Carol and Mark at school yesterday morning? ee 5 Were you at the shopping centre last Monday? S Read and write was / were or wasn’t / weren't. A Last Monday, Greg and Anna (1)__ weren't at home. They (2) at the zoo. There (3) monkeys, elephants and tigers there, but there (4) any flamingoes. B (5) their friends Sally and Jim there too? A Sally (6) with them but Jim (7) He (8) at home with his brother. B (9) Spot, their dog, at the zoo? A Yes, he (10) ec Write where you were last Monday and yesterday afternoon. G7” which words / phrases do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. PIPU YUU UU UUUUN watch a film stay at home play computer games Yesterday, Anna and Greg visited tl ened to musi Past Simple of regular verbs = Lesson 32 & Look and complete. Use the Past Simple. stay play watch laugh phone brush 1 Matt and Julie a film last night. 2 Tom his teeth last night. 3 Stacy the doctor yesterday morning. 4 We played with the clown and a lot. 5 The children tennis yesterday. 6 Tina at home Last night. @ Look, read and complete. Use the Past Simple. be dance play laugh listen watch Eve's birthday party (1) last Saturday. The children (2) to music and (3) Then, they (4) the clown and (5) a lot. Some children (6) board games. It was a great party, _— At twelve o'clock Eve’s mother cleaned the house. | Bo Past Simple (negative - questions) > Which phrases do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. brush my hair water the flowers @® lean my room listen to a CD visit a museum @ Listen and read. @ Greg, did you water the flowers? Questions Short answers Negative I didnt listen. Did listen? Yes, you did. / No, you didn’. ‘You didn’t listen. Did you listen? Yes, | did. / No, | didn’t. He didn't listen. Did he listen? Yes, he did. / No, he didn’t. She didn listen, Did she listen? Yes, she did. / No, she didnt. It didn’ listen. Did itlisten? Yes, it did. No, itd. We didn‘ listen. Did we listen? Yes, you did. / No, you did. You didn't listen. Did you listen? Yes, we did. / No, we didn’t. They didnt listen. Did they listen? Yes, they did, / No, they didn't. Lesson 32 @ Read and write the negative. 1 Sam visited the museum tast Monday. Sam didn’t visit the museum last Monday. 2 Beth and Lisa watered the flowers yesterday. 3 Tammy and | cleaned our rooms last Sunday. 4 Brenda brushed her hair yesterday morning. @ Read and give short answers. Last Sunday | visited my friend Tina. We played computer games. Then, we listened to her new CDs and danced. In the afternoon, we walked to the park with her brother Tony and in the evening, Ce we watched a funny film and laughed a lot. It was great. 1. Did Claire play computer games 3 Did Tina's brother walk to the park with Tina? with them? 2 Did they water the flowers? 4 Did they watch a sad film? @ Which words / phrases do you know? Match and discuss. Then, listen and check. (>) eat ride a bike go to the gym drive swim in the pool run @ Listen and read. @ Diary Dear diary, ! Yesterday Anna and I went to the gym. We didn’t eat breakfast. At the gyn, we rode bikes, ran and ran and swam in the pool. We were Very tired. i a OP Later, we went home and ate, ate and ate. Past Simple of irregular verbs Past Simple Hebets ses bette dae = Lesson 33 & Look, choose and write. Use the Past Simple. go swim ___eat- sleep drink ~— drive 1 Derek's father ii him to school. 2 Derek £ spaghetti and juice for lunch 3 Later Derek to the gym. A 4 At the gym he in the pool. 5 Derek tad at nine o'clock @ Write four sentences. vi mother / father | rode my bike last Monday Spelling Check @& Look and complete. be @ tisten and circle the A sound. Then, sing. (>) A funny uncle I've got a funny uncle. He’s tall and fat. Look at his duck. It really can jump. I've got a funny cousin. Her name is Ruth. She's under the umbrella. And she’s got one tooth. @ Say the words. Circle the ones with the /A/ sound. eg. Aflower > A red flower. S Add the adjectives in brackets to the sentences. _1 That's my uncle. © 2. Look at her duck. | 3 He's a man. 4 Thisis a shopping centre. 1 | 5 She's a swimmer. 1 - Look and write about the following. It's a fat bird. : ; We use adjectives to make sentences more interesting. The computer game > The best computer game. (funny) (fat) (young) (big) (bad) CL” Look, read and complete the table. PAV (Sau c Comparative PTT) Tota Cola Zoy the best the happiest young the thinnest (2 Now write the opposite of each adjective from activity 1 and match. 1 bad 2 3 4 2 ae eae tt? wh & Read, look and answer. 1 Were Kelly and Eve at the funfair on Saturday? 2 Was Greg at the circus yesterday? 3 Were Jim and Alex at the restaurant on Sunday? Fa | 4 Was Mary at home last night? ae 5 Were Angie and John at the beach yesterday? 7% @ Read, look and write. 5. Tom went tothe gym yesterday morning. ‘$3 They drank water last night. 3 Jim phoned a friend yesterday evening. ie é George cleaned his room last Sunday. The children watched a film at 10:00 o'clock last night. @GI=ImD Read. Then, make a news broadcast. Yesterday, Lisa went to the museum. At one o'clock she went to a restaurant. 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