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А64

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Авторы: А. В. Мишин, И. А. Громова, К. И. Ёлкина, Б. Гастингс, С. Мак-Кинли, Р. Фрикер,


Д. Рассел, Б. Трэпнел
Authors: Bob Hastings, Stuart McKinlay, Rod Fricker, Dean Russell, Beata Trapnell, Andrey Mishin,
Irina Gromova and Kseniya Yolkina

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Английский язык. 10 класс : учеб. для общеобразоват. организаций /


A64 [А. В. Мишин и др.]. — М. : Просвещение : Pearson, 2020. — 205 с. :
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и  учитывает все сложности, с которыми сталкивается учитель в современной российской
школе при обучении английскому языку. Материал отобран с учётом интересов учащихся
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CONTENTS

Unit 1 Close to You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Unit 2 Learn to Play . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20

RUSSIAN FILES Sports and Hospitality . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34

LIFE SKILLS How to Give a Presentation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

Unit 3 Far from Home . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38

Unit 4 A Good Buy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52

RUSSIAN FILES Travelling and Food . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66

LIFE SKILLS How to Understand Advertising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68

Unit 5 Fit and Well . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70

Unit 6 A New You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84

RUSSIAN FILES What Makes a Person Attractive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98

LIFE SKILLS How to Plan Your Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100

Unit 7 A Job for Life? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102

Unit 8 Switch on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116

RUSSIAN FILES Jobs and Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130

LIFE SKILLS How to Choose a Future Career . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132

Unit 9 Art Lovers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134

RUSSIAN FILES Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148

LIFE SKILLS How to Use Online Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150

CULTURE SPOT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152

MY CULTURE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156

LITERATURE SPOT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164

WATCH AND REFLECT ..................................................................... 166

Grammar Reference and Practice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175

Irregular Verbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 188

Use of English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189

Communication . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198

Word List Exercises . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202

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CONTENTS

UNIT GRAMMAR VOCABULARY


1 Close to You pp. 6–7 Present Simple and Present Continuous pp. 6–7 Family members, weddings pp. 8–9 Friendship
Grammar Video p. 8 Family, personality p. 10 Language learning
p. 10 Reflexive pronouns pp. 14–15 The roles of hosts and guests
p. 11 Indefinite pronouns pp. 16–17 Word List
2 Learn to Play pp. 20–21 Past Simple Grammar Video pp. 20–21 Classroom collocations p. 22 Education
p. 21 Pronunciation: Past Simple regular verb pp. 24–25 Sports and games, sports collocations
endings p. 26 Sports competitions, people in sport
p. 23 Used to pp. 30–31 Word List
RUSSIAN FILES Sports and Hospitality pp. 34–35 LIFE SKILLS How to Give a Presentation
3 Far from pp. 38–39 Past Continuous and Past Simple pp. 38–39 Holiday activities, travel verbs
Home Grammar Video p. 40 Travelling p. 41 Places for passengers
p. 42 Relative pronouns p. 43 At the airport
pp. 44–45 Long-distance travel
pp. 46–47 Positive travel adjectives
pp. 48–49 Word List
4 A Good Buy pp. 52–53 Comparison of adjectives pp. 52–53 Adjectives to describe food
Grammar Video p. 54 Food and drink Pronunciation: The vowels / /,
p. 55 Quantifiers /e/ and /æ/
p. 61 Articles with singular countable nouns pp. 56–57 Shopping p. 58 Fashion
pp. 60–61 Customer service
pp. 62–63 Word List
RUSSIAN FILES Travelling and Food pp. 66–67 LIFE SKILLS How to Understand Advertising pp. 68–69
5 Fit and Well pp. 70–71 Modal verbs Grammar Video pp. 70–71 Furniture and decorations, places for things
p. 73 Past modal verbs p. 72 Household chores p. 75 Fitness and training
pp. 76–77 Healthy lifestyle pp. 78–79 Illness
pp. 80–81 Word List
6 A New You pp. 84–85 Future arrangements and intentions pp. 84–85 Appearance pp. 86–87 Phrasal verbs
Grammar Video p. 88 Stages of life p. 89 Personality, feelings
p. 88 Future predictions: going to and will p. 90 Feelings and emotions Pronunciation:
Diphthongs
pp. 94–95 Word List
RUSSIAN FILES What Makes a Person Attractive pp 98–99 LIFE SKILLS How to Plan Your Time
7 A Job for Life? pp. 102–103 Present Perfect (1) pp. 102–103 Work collocations p. 105 Working
Grammar Video conditions
p. 104 Present Perfect (2) p. 106 Workplaces Pronunciation: Word stress
pp. 108–109 Career prospects
pp. 110–111 Part-time jobs, job application, personal
qualities
pp. 112–113 Word List
8 Switch on pp. 116–117 Verb patterns: the infinitive pp. 116–117 Science and scientists
and the -ing form Grammar Video p. 118 Computers Pronunciation: Vowels and
p. 122 The first conditional diphthongs
pp. 120–121 Social media p. 123 Gaming
pp. 124–125 Electrical devices
pp. 126–127 Word List
RUSSIAN FILES Jobs and Media pp. 130–131 LIFE SKILLS How to Choose a Future Career pp. 132–133
9 Art Lovers pp. 134–135 Past Perfect Grammar Video pp. 134–135 Adjectives to describe art
p. 137 Reported speech p. 136 The performing arts, creative jobs
p. 137 Types of TV show pp. 138–139 Music
p. 141 Literature
pp. 144–145 Word List
RUSSIAN FILES Art pp. 148–149 LIFE SKILLS How to Use Online Resources pp. 150–151

pp. 152–155 Culture Spot pp. 156–163 My Culture pp. 164–165 Literature Spot pp. 166–174 Watch and Reflect
(Documentary Video worksheets)
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READING LISTENING SPEAKING WRITING REVISION
pp. 8–9 The Greatest Gift p. 12 A radio programme p. 13 Expressing interest pp. 14–15 An pp. 18–19
of Life about trilingual teenagers Communication Video informal email Revision 1
Documentary Video Active Listening: Finding Pronunciation: Intonation of introduction
specific information Use of English >
p. 189
pp. 24–25 Playing for p. 26 A radio programme p. 27 Apologising pp. 28–29 pp. 32–33
the Blues about sports cheats Communication Video A biography Revision 2
Active Reading: Predicting
Use of English >
Documentary Video
p. 189
Life Skills Video pp. 36–37
pp. 44–45 Graham p. 43 A conversation about p. 41 Asking for information pp. 46–47 pp. 50–51
Hughes and the Odyssey travel problems Communication Video A blog post Revision 3
Expedition Active Listening: Pronunciation: Weak
Documentary Video Predicting vowels
Use of English >
p. 190
pp. 56–57 Mystery p. 58 A conversation p. 59 Opinions pp. 60–61 pp. 64–65
Shopper about shopping for Communication Video A formal letter Revision 4
Active Reading: secondhand clothes of complaint
Understanding the main
idea Use of English >
Documentary Video p. 190

pp. 76–77 Blue Zones p. 75 A podcast about p. 74 Permission pp. 78–79 pp. 82–83
Pronunciation: Word setting up a home gym Communication Video A note/short Revision 5
stress Active Listening: The message
meaning of new words Use of English >
Documentary Video
p. 191
pp. 86–87 Confessions p. 89 A talk about p. 91 Expressing probability pp. 92–93 pp. 96–97
of a Procrastinator optimism and pessimism Communication Video An informal Revision 6
Active Reading: The invitation
meaning of new words Use of English >
Documentary Video p. 191

pp. 100–101
pp. 108–109 International p. 105 A radio programme pp. 106–107 Describing pp. 110–111 pp. 114–115
Volunteer Day about dangerous jobs photos A formal email Revision 7
Documentary Video Active Listening: Communication Video of application
Understanding the main
idea Use of English >
p. 192

pp. 120–121 The Ups and p. 123 Three short p. 119 Explanations pp. 124–125 pp. 128–129
Downs of Social Media recordings about video Communication Video An opinion Revision 8
Active Reading: Telling games essay
facts from opinions
Documentary Video Use of English >
p. 192

pp. 138–139 He Broke a p. 141 A conversation p. 140 Informal invitations pp. 142–143 pp. 146–147
£1m Violin about a novel Communication Video A short review Revision 9
Documentary Video Pronunciation: Intonation
in questions
Use of English >
p. 193

pp. 175–187 Grammar Reference and Practice p. 188 Irregular Verbs pp. 189–198 Use of English pp. 198–201 Communication

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1
Close to You
VOCABULARY Family and friends, personality, language learning
GRAMMAR Present Simple and Present Continuous, reflexive pronouns, indefinite
pronouns Use of English > page 189
SPEAKING Expressing interest
WRITING An informal email of introduction
VIDEO Grammar Documentary Communication

SOME OF MY PHOTOS FROM SATURDAY!

LEO’S
PHOTO BLOG
I’m Leo. I’m taking all the photographs
today, but I don’t mind – it’s my hobby.

9 a.m. It often rains in April but it


isn’t raining this morning! It’s a
beautiful day. Mum’s feeling nervous
right now. She wants it to be a My sister Sara usually wears trainers 11 a.m. Sara and Dad often argue
perfect day. but today she’s wearing really about little things. But at the moment
expensive shoes. Is her boyfriend Joe they’re trying hard to be nice.
wearing elegant shoes too?

My big brother Liam is staying with


us! He lives in Italy, so we don’t see
him very often. He still doesn’t know
how to put on a tie!

4 p.m. All the children agree – the


cake tastes delicious!

2 p.m. Nathan is Joe’s cousin. He 8 p.m. All the guests are dancing
comes from New York. He says he now – even the people that hate
doesn’t like speaking in public but he’s dancing! Does Mum like Joe? I think
making a really funny speech. she does. They’re dancing together!
1A GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY 1
1 SPEAKING In pairs, ask and answer the questions. 6 1.2 Complete the conversation with the
1 What kind of things do you like taking photos of? correct Present Simple or Present Continuous forms
of the verbs in brackets. Listen and check.
2 How do you share photos with your friends and
family? Agnes How 1are the kids doing (do) at school this
year?
2 THINK BACK In pairs, look at Leo’s photo blog. Jane They 2... (do) really well. I’m so happy!
Say who people 1–4 are, using the family words Agnes You know, I 3... (not usually eat) soup but
from the box. Then use the words from the box to this chicken soup 4... (taste) delicious.
talk about your family and friends. 5
... you ... (agree)?
· aunt · boyfriend · brother · cousin · girlfriend Jane No, I 6... . To be honest, I 7... (make) better
· grandfather · grandmother · nephew · niece soup at home.
· sister · uncle Agnes Oh! Well, I 8... (like) it.

1 Sara is Leo’s sister. 3 Joe is Sara’s ... . 7 1.3 Complete the conversation with the
2 Liam is Leo’s ... . 4 Nathan is Joe’s ... . correct Present Simple or Present Continuous forms
of the verbs from the box. Listen and check.
My girlfriend’s name is Angela. She’s got four nieces!
3 What do you think the special occasion is in Leo’s
·
·
come
think
· dance · look · not dance · see · study
photo blog? Discuss in groups. Then look at the
photo on page 199 to check your ideas. Megan Sara, 1do you see that girl with the red hair?
She 2... with your dad. Who is she?
Present Simple and Present Continuous
Sara It’s Nathan’s girlfriend, Gemma. She’s a dancer.
4 Match sentences 1–4 with their meanings a–d. Megan She 3... very well right now, is she?
1 It often rains in April. Sara No, she isn’t. But she 4... really beautiful.
2 It isn’t raining this morning. Megan Yes, I 5... so. 6... she ... from Boston?
3 Sara and Dad often argue. Sara No, she’s from Chicago, but she 7... in France
at the moment.
4 Liam is staying with us.
a a habit or routine 8 Check you understand the highlighted words.
b a fact that doesn’t change Are the statements about weddings in the UK true
for weddings in Russia?
c something happening now
d a temporary situation 1 These days most people don’t get married until
they’re about thirty years old.
5 Study the Grammar box and Watch out! and find 2 It’s normal to invite about 100 guests to a wedding.
more examples of the Present Simple and Present 3 Most couples send written invitations to their
Continuous in Leo’s photo blog. wedding.
Present Simple and Present Continuous 4 The bride and groom exchange rings.
5 The guests give gifts to the newlyweds.
We use the Present Simple for: 6 The bride doesn’t always wear a white wedding dress.
· facts that don’t change 7 A typical wedding reception lasts five or six hours.
· routines and habits 8 The best man usually gives a speech at the reception.
Time expressions: never, hardly ever, sometimes, often,
usually, every day/week, most days 9 SPEAKING In pairs, ask and answer questions. Stu-
dent A, go to page 198. Student B, go to page 200.
We use the Present Continuous for:
· things happening now 1 Read the questions and watch the video.
· temporary situations Say what the speakers answer. Then in pairs, ask
Time expressions: at the moment, (right) now, these and answer the questions.
days, today, this morning/year 1 How are you feeling today?
Grammar Reference and Practice > page 175 2 How do you usually feel when the weather is good?

GRAMMAR VIDEO
WATCH OUT !
State and action verbs
With action verbs, we use simple and continuous tenses:
She speaks three languages. She’s speaking to me now.
With state verbs (e.g. agree, believe, hate, know, like, love,
mean, see, taste, think, want), we only use simple tenses:
It tastes great. NOT It is tasting great.

2 I can use present tenses to talk about routines and temporary situations. 7
1B READING AND VOCABULARY
1 SPEAKING In groups, look at the photo on page 9 3 Good friends are fun to be with, but they are hard to
and the quotes below. Which ones do you agree find.
with? Which do you not agree with? Say why. 4 True friendships last for a lifetime.
5 A friend in need is a friend indeed.
A friend is someone who knows all about 6 Use the highlighted words and phrases for types
you and still loves you. of friends from the text to write sentences about
Elbert Hubbard (American writer) your life. Then in pairs, compare your sentences.
Ivan is my best friend.
I’ve got seventy-five Facebook contacts.
Friendship isn’t a big thing, it’s a million little
things. Anonymous 7 Complete the statements with the verbs from
the box. Then in pairs, say if the statements are
true for you.
I do not need a friend who changes · be · get · keep · let · make · rely · share · spend
when I change, who nods when I nod. · turn
My shadow does that much better.
Plutarch (Greek biographer) 1 I find it easy to make friends with people.
2 I ... on well with everyone.
3 I ... more time with my friends than with my family.
A real friend is one who walks in when the 4 I don’t usually ... in touch with my classmates during
rest of the world walks out. the holidays.
(Russian saying) 5 I never ... my back on anyone when they need help.
6 You can’t help everyone but I never ... my friends
down.
2 Read the article quickly. What does the author do?
7 I think it’s easier to ... open with friends than family.
a She tells a story about two women in a café. 8 My best friend and I ... our feelings.
b She describes her friends. 9 I don’t think I can ... on all my friends.
c She tries to define what a friend is.
d She gives advice on how to make friends. 8 Do the quiz on page 9. Then in groups, compare
your results.
3 Read the article again and match headings A–I
with paragraphs 1–8. There is one extra heading. 9 SPEAKING In groups, discuss what you can do in
A A helping hand these situations.
B Closer than close 1 Your best friend is moving to another country. What
C Similar to ourselves can you do to keep in touch?
D How to keep it going 2 A friend copies from you in an exam. The teacher
E If you like me, I like you thinks it’s your fault and gives you a bad mark. Your
F An example of friendship friend says nothing. What can you do?
G Let’s get the party started! 3 Your best friend wants to stay out late. He tells his
parents he’s sleeping over at your house but he isn’t.
H It’s fantastic but what is it?
He asks you to lie to his parents if they call your
I When is a friend not a friend? house. What do you say?
4 Read the article again and complete the notes
with 1–3 words in each gap. 2 WATCH AND REFLECT Go to page 166.
1 Psychologists believe that people who wear glasses Watch the documentary Friendship Between
often stay close together. Generations and do the exercises.
2 If someone you meet wants to be friends, you often
want to ... with them. DOCUMENTARY VIDEO
3 According to the text, it’s not easy to find ... .
4 Online contacts may not actually be ... .
5 It’s important to ... if you want to stay friends with
someone who lives abroad.

5 Look at these statements from the text. In pairs,


say if you agree or disagree with them. Say why.
1 Opposites attract.
2 We all like people to like us.

8 2 I can understand the main topic in an article and talk about friends.
1
THE GREATEST
GIFT OF LIFE
Psychologist Nicky Wood takes
a look at friendship 1.4

1 Two women are sitting in a café together. They’re drinking


coffee and sharing a piece of chocolate cake. One woman
is talking. The other woman is listening carefully. The first
woman seems sad. She starts crying. The other woman
doesn’t speak; she just hands her companion a tissue and
gently touches her arm. The first woman stops crying,
smiles and hugs her friend.

2 American politician Hubert Humphrey said, ‘The greatest


gift of life is friendship.’ But what exactly is friendship?
What is a friend? How do we make friends? How do we
keep them? Why do we need them?

3 According to psychologists, we get on with people who


share the same background, opinions, interests, personality
and even physical appearance. People with glasses often
sit next to other people with glasses. The saying that
‘opposites attract’ appears not to be true. If you love
dancing, your friends probably love dancing too.

4 Scientific studies show that we all like people to like us.


And if they like us, we like them. If they spend time with
HOW SIMILAR ARE YOU AND
us or tell us their secrets, we want to do the same. So you
often become friends with someone who wants to be your YOUR FRIEND?
friend.
· Think of a close friend and answer the questions.
5 Good friends are fun to be with but they’re hard to find.
It’s true you can make lots of contacts on social media,
·
·
Count up how many questions you answer ‘yes’ to.
Go to page 199 to find out how similar you are to
but are they real friends or just acquaintances? Can you
be open with them? Can you rely on them? Sometimes we your friend.
don’t even know if an online ‘friend’ is a real person or
1 Do you go to the same school?
someone with a fake identity.
2 Are you the same sex?

6 True friendships last for a lifetime, but to have a real


friendship you need to do things together and share your
3
4
Are you the same nationality?
Are you the same age? (plus or minus twelve
feelings and opinions. Studies show that true friendship months)
survives even when friends are in different countries. But
5 Are you the same height? (plus or minus ten
only if you keep in touch. If you don’t, friendships can die.
centimetres)

7 An old proverb tells us that ‘a friend in need is a friend


indeed’. That means you can tell who your real friends are
6
7
Do you weigh the same? (plus or minus ten kilos)
Is your hair more or less the same colour?
when you’re in trouble. Real friends stay with you and
8 Are your eyes more or less the same colour?
help you when you need them. They never let you down
or turn their back on you. 9 Do you both wear (or both not wear) glasses?
10 Do you live near each other? (no more than ten
8 Finally, what’s the difference between a good friend and
your best friend? Well, a good friend knows about your
11
minutes on foot)
Do you like the same sports?
life; your best friend lives your life with you. Best friends
12 Do you listen to the same kind of music?
know what you’re thinking and how you feel. They
understand you, perhaps better than you understand 13 Do you wear the same kind of clothes?
yourself. You don’t have to pretend when you’re with your 14 Do you laugh at the same things?
best friend; you can be yourself. Sometimes you don’t 15 Do you want to do something similar when you
even need to speak. Just like that woman in the café. leave school?

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1С VOCABULARY | Family, personality
1 Complete the fragments from Chloe’s diary with 5 Study Watch out! and find four sentences with
the family words from the box. Then in pairs, use reflexive pronouns in the descriptions.
the words to talk about people you know.
WATCH OUT !
· adopted · divorced · half-sister · single mother
· stepfather · twin · widow/widower Reflexive pronouns
I – myself  we – ourselves
Ian’s parents aren’t together anymore, they’re you – yourself you – yourselves
1
divorced, but now Ian has a new family. Jude is he – himself they – themselves
his 2... (his mum’s new husband). Ian’s mum and she – herself
Jude have a baby daughter, Kelly. She’s his 3... . it – itself
Grammar Reference and Practice > page 176
Madge has got an identical 4... sister called Meg.
Meg is a 5... (her husband’s dead) and she has two 6 Complete the questions with reflexive pronouns.
6
... children. It’s not easy being a 7... but Madge Then in pairs, ask and answer the questions.
helps her a lot.
1 Do you prefer to do your homework by yourself or
with a friend?
A My friend Dell’s parents are divorced. 2 Does your dad ever talk to ... ? Where? When?
B My grandmother has a twin sister. 3 Can your mum install apps by ... or does she need
your help?
2 Read the descriptions from Chloe’s diary below.
4 How often do your friends look at ... in the mirror?
Which people do the photos show?
What about you?
3 Find the personality adjectives from the box in the 5 When I’m unhappy, I buy ... something nice. Do
descriptions. In pairs, decide if they are positive, you?
negative or neutral. Then add more personality 6 What can we do by ... to improve our English?
adjectives to the box. 7 Does your phone ever switch ... off?

· bossy · generous · gentle · helpful · kind · nervous 7 SPEAKING In groups, use personality adjectives
· rude · selfish · shy · strict · sweet · vain and/or reflexive pronouns to talk about people you
like or dislike a lot.
4 In pairs, take turns to choose positive or neutral I don’t like my sister’s boyfriend – he’s rude and
personality adjectives to describe your partner. selfish but he thinks he’s great. He talks about
Say if you agree or not. himself all the time.
A You’re helpful and kind.
B Thanks a lot! You’re a bit shy. A
A No, I don’t agree. I’m nervous but I’m not shy.

buys
very generous. He
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but he never
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birthday. I think he’s
’s really
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nervous. She talks to
something difficult.
ays telling
a bit bossy – he’s alw
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me what to do. He’s str d he ’s rea lly vain –
do. An
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10 2 I can describe my family using personality adjectives and reflexive pronouns.


1D GRAMMAR 1
1 2

When you want to go somewhere with someone


but they don’t want to go with you Everything has beauty but not everyone sees it

3 4

That moment you’re telling your friends a story and That feeling when you have fifty Facebook friends
you realise that nobody is listening but there isn’t anyone online

1 SPEAKING In pairs, ask and answer the questions. 4 Choose the correct pronouns to complete the
1 Are you a fan of memes? sentences. Then in pairs, go to page 199 and match
the sentences to the photos to make memes.
2 What are the memes you like about – celebrities,
relationships, politics? 1 They say there are lots of fish in the sea ... but is
there anybody/everybody for me?
2 In pairs, look at memes 1–4. Which one do you like
2 I hate Sundays. There’s anything/nothing to do and
best?
nowhere/somewhere to go.
Indefinite pronouns 3 I’m still waiting for anyone/someone special in my
life.
3 Study the Grammar box and find six examples of 4 Everyone/No one is strange in my family. I’m the
indefinite pronouns in the memes. only normal one.

Indefinite pronouns 5 Complete the sentences with the pronouns from


We use: the box.
· somebody (someone), nobody (no one), anybody
(anyone) and everybody (everyone) to talk about · anyone · anything · anywhere · everyone · nothing
people · somebody · something
· something, nothing, anything and everything to talk
about things 1 Do you know where my phone is? I can’t find it
· somewhere, nowhere, anywhere and everywhere to anywhere.
talk about places 2 ... loves Eva. It’s not surprising. She’s really nice.
3 I’m looking for ... to give to Mum on her birthday
Affirmative
but I can’t find ... !
Everybody needs somebody to love.
4 Does ... want to go with me to the match tonight?
I’ve got something to tell you.
Tell me everything! 5 I’m really bored. I’ve got ... to do.
He’s living somewhere in England at the moment. 6 ... is phoning me but I don’t recognise the number.
Negative
There’s nobody to talk to./There isn’t anybody to talk to.
6 SPEAKING In pairs, say which of these statements
you agree with.
I’ve got nothing to do./I haven’t got anything to do.
There’s nowhere to go./There isn’t anywhere to go. 1 Everybody needs somebody to love.
2 Family is everything.
Questions
3 Nobody’s perfect. Everyone makes mistakes.
Is there anybody sitting in that seat?
Is there anything to eat? 4 There isn’t anyone I love more than my mother.
Is there anywhere to buy tickets? 5 No one knows everything but everyone knows
something.
Grammar Reference and Practice > page 176 6 Today when money talks, everyone listens.

2 I can use indefinite pronouns with prefixes some-, any-, every- and no- 11
David and Anna – trilingual teenagers

1E LISTENING AND VOCABULARY 5 1.6 Listen to Part 2 of the interview and


choose the correct answers.
1 Anna and David ...
1 SPEAKING In pairs, ask and answer the questions.
a speak Scottish, French and Spanish.
1 How many languages do you speak? Which ones? b are French.
2 Which languages would you like to learn? Why? c have their home in Spain.
3 At what age do children in Russia start learning 2 Anna speaks to her father in English because ...
a foreign language? Is it the right age in your
a he doesn’t speak Spanish very well.
opinion?
b she chooses different languages for different people.
4 Is it a good idea for parents to speak a foreign
c she needs to practise her English pronunciation.
language with their kids? Say why.
3 David and Anna agree that ...
2 You are going to listen to an interview with a they both make mistakes when speaking French.
trilingual teenagers. Read questions 1–3 and match b they both have trouble with French pronunciation.
them with the kind of information from the box c they both speak perfect French.
that you need to answer them. 4 When they have a problem communicating in one
language, they sometimes ...
· a  date · a  number 1 · a  place · a  time · some-
a use words from another language.
one’s  name · the  name  of  a  language
b have extra language lessons.
1 How old are David and Anna? c change to using only English.
2 Where do they live?
3 Which languages do they speak?
6 Check you understand the highlighted phrases
related to language learning. Then in pairs, ask
3 1.5 Listen to Part 1 of the interview and answer and answer the questions.
questions 1–3 in Exercise 2. 1 Do you know any bilingual or trilingual people?
Who? Which languages do they speak?
4 Study Active Listening. Then in pairs, say if you 2 Would you like to be bilingual or trilingual? Say why.
usually do these things or not. Be honest!
3 Do you agree that it’s good to learn languages? Say
A I don’t always read the question before I listen. why.
B When I don’t understand something, I usually stop 4 Is your English pronunciation perfect? If not, how
listening. can you improve?
5 Why is it so hard to understand English in songs and
ACTIVE LISTENING | Finding specific information films?
6 What do you do when you can’t find the right word
· Read each question carefully and decide what kind of in English?
information you need to answer each question – 7 What do you do when you make a mistake in
a number, a place, a date, etc. English?
· Don’t worry if you don’t understand everything – you 8 Do you ever mix up languages? For example, do you
can get the key details even if you don’t understand use English words when you’re speaking your own
every word. language?

12 2 I can find specific information in an interview and talk about language learning.
1F SPEAKING 1
1 What do you usually talk about when you meet 6 4 1.10 Watch or listen to Part 2 of
someone for the first time? Discuss in pairs. the conversation. Is Cait’s meeting with the guy
a success?
2 Read the situation below. In pairs, agree on three
sentences that are not appropriate for the situation. 7 1.11 Reply to the statements below with echo
Say why. questions from the Speaking box. Listen and check.
Evan sits next to a girl at his cousin’s wedding. He 1 I’ve got a twin sister.
doesn’t know her but he would like to talk to her. Have you?
He starts a conversation. 2 We come from Canada.
1 My name’s Evan. I’m Sara’s cousin. 3 My sister’s really into football.
2 My family’s very rich. 4 She supports Manchester City.
3 I love weddings. 5 Our parents play in a rock group.
4 Sara and I are exactly the same age. 6 I’m teaching myself Chinese.
5 I like looking at myself in the mirror. 7 I collect nineteenth-century banknotes.
6 I’m really into music. 8 1.12 PRONUNCIATION Listen again to the girl’s
7 Sssh! I’m listening to a song on my phone. answers in Exercise 7. Repeat with the same
intonation.
3 1.7 Listen to a conversation and check your
answers to Exercise 2. 9 In pairs, take turns to read the sentences and
express interest with a phrase from the Speaking
4 1.8 Listen to an alternative version of the same box.
conversation. What’s the difference between 1 We speak English at home.
them? 2 My dad runs marathons.
3 Everyone in my family is vegetarian.
5 3 1.9 Study the Speaking box and look 4 My mum’s an artist.
at the photo. Then watch or listen to Part 1 of 5 I live in a loft apartment.
another conversation and choose the expressions
6 My dad collects matchboxes.
you hear. Is Cait interested in meeting the new
7 We’ve got two hamsters.
guy? How do we know?
8 My granddad is really into in-line skating.
9 My mum comes from Belorussia.
SPEAKING | Expressing interest
10 I’m interested in Russian history.
Echo questions A We speak English at home.
· ‘He loves animals.’ ‘Does he?’ B Do you? Amazing!
· ‘My sister’s really into music.’ ‘Is she?’
· ‘We’ve got a band.’ ‘Have you?’
10 Check you understand the phrases in the box.
Write six sentences about your hobbies and
Other expressions interests using the box to help you. Then in pairs,
· Awesome! ✓ read your sentences and express interest with
phrases from the Speaking box.
· Cool!
· Wow! I’m  interested in ... I  love ... I’m  really  into ...
· Really? I’m  a  big  fan  of ... I  collect ... I  support ...
· Amazing!
A I’m interested in mountain biking.
· That’s (really) interesting!
B Are you? Awesome!
COMMUNICATION VIDEO

2 I can use echo questions and other expressions to show interest in a conversation. 13
To Martin
Subject Your stay in Varese

Hi Martin,
Thanks for your nice email. We’re really excited about your visit in December!
I’m seventeen years old and I’m in the second year of high school. My favourite subject is English
and I’m also really into painting and drawing. I love travelling, so I’m hoping to study Art
abroad after high school. I’m also a big fan of electronic music, so we definitely have
something in common. ;–) Like you, I’m quite open and friendly and I get on well
with everyone. At the moment, I’m really busy because I’m revising for my exams.
My mum’s a doctor and my dad is a supermarket manager. We live in an apartment
near the centre of Varese. Varese isn’t the most famous town in
Italy but it’s beside a beautiful lake. It’s an amazing place for
walking or mountain biking because it’s near some awesome
mountains. Bring your walking boots!
Two important things you should know. First, Varese can
be cold and wet in winter. It can even snow! So pack
a warm sweater. Also, we have a Labrador puppy called
Baggio – he’s sweet but a bit silly.
We’re really looking forward to meeting
you.
All the best,
Lorenzo

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1G WRITING AND VOCABULARY | An informal email of introduction 1
1 Work in pairs. Does your school have an exchange 6 Find examples of so and because in Lorenzo’s
programme with a school in another country? Do email. Then choose the correct words in the
you think it’s a good idea? Say why. sentences below.
2 In pairs, look at the photos. Does Varese look like 1 I love animals, so/because I think I’d like to become
an interesting place to visit? Say why. a vet in the future.
2 I’m really excited so/because I’m starting driving
3 Read the email and answer the questions in pairs.
lessons!
1 What’s the relationship between Lorenzo and Martin? 3 We’re decorating the apartment at the moment,
2 Why is Lorenzo writing to him? so/because I’m sleeping in the living room.
3 When is Martin planning to visit? 4 Brighton is a university town, so/because it’s
4 Do Martin and Lorenzo have anything in common? a great place for nightlife.
5 What is happening in Lorenzo’s life at the moment? 5 Bring a lot of light clothes so/because Istanbul can
6 What does Lorenzo say about his family? be really hot in May.
7 What information does he give about Varese? 7 In groups, study the list in the box and agree on
8 Which two things does Lorenzo tell Martin to bring? three good reasons for a visitor to come to your
4 Look at the email again. In which order does town/region.
Lorenzo write about these things? · buildings · countryside · culture · food · nightlife
· age 1 favourite school subject interests parents/
· · · · people · shops · sports and leisure
family · personality · recent news · school · the town/
region There aren’t many interesting buildings here but the
countryside is fantastic.
5 Study the Writing box and find the expressions 8 When you welcome a visitor to your home, you
from the box in Lorenzo’s email. are the host and your visitor is a guest. In pairs,
decide who does these things: the host, the guest,
WRITING | An informal email of introduction or both?
Paragraph 1 · arrange  the  visit · give  you  a  gift/some flowers
Greet your friend and thank him/her for his/her email: · introduce you to his/her family · invite you to dinner
How are you? · offer you a drink · pay you a visit · ring the doorbell
I hope you’re well. · say  hello · show  you  round  the  house/town
Thanks for your (nice) email. · talk  about  their  trip
Paragraph 2 Both the host and the guest arrange the visit.
Introduce yourself and mention recent news:
I’m in the first/last year of high school. 9 REFLECT | Culture In pairs, answer the questions.
I’m into/I’m interested in/I’m a big fan of skiing. Then compare your answers with other pairs.
My favourite subject/singer/team is  ... 1 What kind of gifts do guests bring when visiting
I’d like to study at university/become a singer. people in their homes for the first time?
People say I’m sweet/bossy/... 2 What’s a good gift from your country for a host in
I’m working on/revising for  ... at the moment. another country?
3 What can you do and where can you go when you
Paragraph 3 have a guest from another country in your home?
Mention your family and where you live:
My sister Edina is studying in England. 10 WRITING TASK Write an email of introduction
We live in an apartment/small house in the suburbs/ to a student in Britain who is planning to visit you
town centre/countryside. on a school exchange. Use the Writing box, so and
It’s a great place for walking/shopping/relaxing. because. Mention the things below.
Paragraph 4 · your school · your hobbies/interests · your personality
Mention any other important information for a visitor: · your  family · recent  news · your hometown and
We’re all vegetarian, Dad’s a great cook. things  to  do  there
It can be very hot/cold, so bring  ...
Informal beginning and ending
Remember to begin and end your letter with informal
expressions:
Hi ...,/Dear ...,
I’m looking forward to meeting you.
I can’t wait to meet you.
Lots of love, .../All the best, ...

2 I can write an email to introduce my family and myself. 15


Word List
Условные обозначения 1B READING AND VOCABULARY 5.2
n – noun – существительное
a friend in need is a friend indeed  /ə ˌfrend ɪn ˈni:d ɪz ə frend
v – verb – глагол
ɪnˈdi:d/ друг познаётся в беде
adj – adjective – прилагательное
acquaintance  (n)  /əˈkweɪntəns/ знакомый
adv – adverb – наречие
appear  (v)  /əˈpɪə/ казаться
background  (n)  /ˈbækɡraʊnd/ происхождение
1A GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY 5.1 be open with sb  /ˌbi ˈəʊpən wɪð ˌsʌmbɒdɪ/ быть искренним,
открытым с кем-то
agree (v)  /əˈɡri:/ соглашаться
be yourself    /ˌbi jəˈself/ быть собой
argue about sth /ˈɑ:ɡju: əˌbaʊt ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ ссориться, спорить
best friend  /ˌbest ˈfrend/ лучший друг
о чём-то
classmate  (n)  /ˈklɑ:smeɪt/ одноклассник
at the moment /ˌæt ðə ˈməʊmənt/ в настоящий момент
close/good friend /ˌkləʊs/ˌɡʊd ˈfrend/ близкий/верный друг
aunt  (n)  /ɑ:nt/ тётя
companion  (n)  /kəmˈpænjən/ собеседник, спутник
best man  (n)  /ˌbest ˈmæn/ свидетель со стороны жениха,
contact  (n)  /ˈkɒntækt/ знакомый
шафер
fake  (adj)  /feɪk/ ненастоящий
boyfriend  (n)  /ˈbɔɪfrend/ парень, жених
friendship  (n)  /ˈfrendʃɪp/ дружба
bride  (n)  /braɪd/ невеста
fun  (n)  /fʌn/ забава, веселье
cake  (n)  /keɪk/ торт
gently  (adv)  /ˈdʒentlɪ/ нежно, ласково
chicken soup  (n)  /ˌtʃɪkɪn ˈsu:p/ куриный суп
get on (well) with sb /ˌɡet ɒn (ˈwel) wɪð ˌsʌmbɒdɪ/ ладить
come from  /ˈkʌm frəm/ быть родом из
находить общий язык с кем-то
couple  (n)  /ˈkʌpəl/ пара
give advice /ˌɡɪv ədˈvaɪs/ давать совет
cousin  (n)  /ˈkʌzən/ кузен, кузина
hand  (v)  /hænd/ передавать, давать
delicious  (adj)  /dɪˈlɪʃəs/ очень вкусный
helping hand /ˌhelpɪŋ ˈhænd/ рука помощи
exchange rings  /ɪkˌstʃeɪndʒ ˈrɪŋz/ обмениваться кольцами
identity  (n)  /aɪˈdentɪtɪ/ личность
fact  (n)  /fækt/ факт
interest  (n)  /ˈɪntrɪst/ интерес
family gathering  (n)  /ˌfæməlɪ ˈɡæðərɪŋ/ встреча всей семьи
keep in touch /ˌki:p ɪn ˈtʌtʃ/ быть на связи, общаться
feel  (v)  /fi:l/ чувствовать
keep sth going  /ˌki:p ˌsʌmθɪŋ ˈɡəʊɪŋ/ поддержать связь, не
funny  (adj)  /ˈfʌnɪ/ смешной, забавный
расставаться
get married  /ˌɡet ˈmærɪd/ жениться, вступать в брак
let sb down /ˌlet ˌsʌmbɒdɪ ˈdaʊn/ подвести
gift  (n)  /ɡɪft/ подарок
lifetime  (n)  /ˈlaɪftaɪm/ жизнь
girlfriend  (n)  /ˈɡɜ:lfrend/ подружка, невеста, девушка
make friends with sb /ˌmeɪk ˈfrendz wɪð ˌsʌmbɒdɪ/ подружиться
give/make a speech /ˌɡɪv/ˌmeɪk ə ˈspi:tʃ/ говорить речь
nationality  (n)  /ˌnæʃəˈnælɪtɪ/ национальность
groom  (n)  /ɡru:m/ жених
nod  (v)  /nɒd/ кивать
guest  (n)  /ɡest/ гость
opinion  (n)  /əˈpɪnjən/ мнение
hardly ever  /ˌhɑ:dlɪ ˈevə/ едва ли когда-либо, почти никогда
opposites attract /ˌɒpəzəts əˈtrækt/ противоположности
hobby  (n)  /ˈhɒbɪ/ любимое занятие
притягиваются
I don’t mind  /ˌaɪ dəʊnt ˈmaɪnd/ я не возражаю
personality  (n)  /ˌpɜ:səˈnælɪtɪ/ личность
invitation  (n)  /ˌɪnvɪˈteɪʃən/ приглашение
physical appearance  (n)  /ˌfɪzɪkəl əˈpɪərəns/ внешность
invite guests  /ɪnˌvaɪt ˈɡests/ приглашать гостей
pretend  (v)  /prɪˈtend/ притворяться
look beautiful  /lʊk ˈbju:təfəl/ выглядеть прекрасно
proverb  (n)  /ˈprɒvɜ:b/ пословица
most days  /ˌməʊst ˈdeɪz/ чаще всего, почти всегда
psychologist  (n)  /saɪˈkɒlədʒɪst/ психолог
nephew  (n)  /ˈnefju:/ племянник
rely on  /rɪˈlaɪ ɒn/ полагаться, рассчитывать на кого-то
newlyweds  (n)  /ˈnju:lɪwedz/ молодожёны
share your feelings  /ˌʃeər jə ˈfi:lɪŋz/ рассказывать о своих чувствах
niece  (n)  /ni:s/ племянница
similar  (adj)  /ˈsɪmɪlə/ схожий, похожий
perfect  (adj)  /ˈpɜ:fɪkt/ идеальный
sleep over at sb’s house  /ˌsli:p ˈəʊvə ət ˌsʌmbɒdɪz haʊs/
photo blog  (n)  /ˈfəʊtəʊ ˌblɒɡ/ фотоблог
переночевать у кого-то дома
put on    /ˌpʊt ˈɒn/ надевать
social media  (n)  /ˌsəʊʃəl ˈmi:dɪə/ социальные сети
share photos with sb  /ˌʃeə ˈfəʊtəʊz wɪð ˌsʌmbɒdɪ/ показывать
spend time with sb  /ˌspend ˈtaɪm wɪð ˌsʌmbɒdɪ/ проводить
фотографии кому-то
время с кем-то
speak in public  /ˌspi:k ɪn ˈpʌblɪk/ говорить публично, выступать
stay out late /ˌsteɪ aʊt ˈleɪt/ засиживаться допоздна
с речью
survive  (v)  /səˈvaɪv/ выживать
special occasion /ˌspeʃəl əˈkeɪʒən/ особый случай, событие
tissue  (n)  /ˈtɪʃu:/ носовой платок
stay with sb  /ˈsteɪ wɪð ˌsʌmbɒdɪ/ гостить у кого-то
trouble  (n)  /ˈtrʌbəl/ беда
study  (v)  /ˈstʌdɪ/ изучать
turn your back on   /ˌtɜ:n jə ˈbæk ɒn/ отвернуться от кого-то
take photos/photographs /ˌteɪk ˈfəʊtəʊz/ˈfəʊtəɡrɑ:fs/ фото-
графировать, делать фотографии
taste  (v)  /teɪst/ быть на вкус 1C VOCABULARY 5.3
these days  /ˌði:z ˈdeɪz/ в наши дни, сейчас adopted  (adj)  /əˈdɒptɪd/ приёмный
tie  (n)  /taɪ/ галстук app  (n)  /æp/ приложение
to be honest  /tə ˌbi: ˈɒnəst/ честно говоря bossy  (adj)  /ˈbɒsɪ/ властный
trainers  (n)  /ˈtreɪnəz/ кроссовки by yourself  /ˌbaɪ jəˈself/ сам
uncle  (n)  /ˈʌŋkəl/ дядя divorced  (adj)  /dɪˈvɔ:st/ в разводе
wear  (v)  /weə/ носить generous  (adj)  /ˈdʒenərəs/ щедрый
wedding  (n)  /ˈwedɪŋ/ свадьба gentle  (adj)  /ˈdʒentl/ мягкий, добрый
wedding dress  (n)  /ˈwedɪŋ dres/ свадебное платье half-sister  (n)  /ˈhɑ:f ˌsɪstə/ сводная сестра
wedding reception  (n)  /ˈwedɪŋ rɪˌsepʃən/ свадебный приём helpful  (adj)  /ˈhelpfəl/ готовый помочь

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install  (v)  /ɪnˈstɔ:l/ устанавливать 1G WRITING 5.7
kind  (adj)  /kaɪnd/ добрый abroad  (adv)  /əˈbrɔ:d/ за границу
let sb do sth  /ˌlet ˌsʌmbɒdɪ ˈdu: ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ позволять кому-то apartment  (n)  /əˈpɑ:tmənt/ квартира
делать что-то arrange the visit  /əˌreɪndʒ ðə ˈvɪzɪt/ договариваться о визите
mirror  (n)  /ˈmɪrə/ зеркало busy  (adj)  /ˈbɪzɪ/ занятой
nervous  (n)  /ˈnɜ:vəs/ нервный centre  (n)  /ˈsentə/ центр
prefer  (v)  /prɪˈfɜ:/ предпочитать countryside  (n)  /ˈkʌntrɪsaɪd/ сельская местность
rude  (adj)  /ru:d/ грубый decorate  (v)  /ˈdekəreɪt/ украшать
selfish  (adj)  /ˈselfɪʃ/ эгоистичный driving lesson  (n)  /ˈdraɪvɪŋ ˌlesən/ урок по вождению
shy  (adj)  /ʃaɪ/ застенчивый give sb a gift  /ˌgɪv ˌsʌmbɒdɪ ə ˈɡɪft/ подвезти кого-то
single mother  (n)  /ˌsɪŋɡəl ˈmʌðə/ мать-одиночка have sth in common  /ˌhæv ˌsʌmθɪŋ ɪn ˈkɒmən/ иметь что-то
stepfather  (n)  /ˈstepfɑ:ðə/ отчим общее
strict  (adj)  /strɪkt/ строгий hope  (v)  /həʊp/ надеяться
sweet  (adj)  /swi:t/ милый, добрый host  (n)  /həʊst/ хозяин
switch off  /ˌswɪtʃ ˈɒf/ выключить introduce sb to sb  /ˌɪntrəˈdju:s ˌsʌmbɒdɪ tə ˌsʌmbɒdɪ/
twin  /twɪn/ 1. (n) близнец; 2. (adj) похожий, как близнец представлять кого-либо кому-то
vain  (adj)  /veɪn/ себялюбивый, тщеславный invite sb to sth  /ɪnˈvaɪt ˌsʌmbɒdɪ tə ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ приглашать кого-
widow/widower (n) /ˈwɪdəʊ/ˈwɪdəʊə/ вдова, вдовец то куда-то
1D GRAMMAR 5.4 leisure  (n)  /ˈleʒə/ досуг
looking forward to meeting you  /ˌlʊkɪŋ ˌfɔ:wəd tə ˈmiːtɪŋ jə/
celebrity  (n)  /sɪˈlebrətɪ/ знаменитость жду с нетерпением встречи
meme  (n)  /mi:m/ мем lots of love  /ˌlɒts əv ˈlʌv/ с любовью
politics  (n)  /ˈpɒlɪtɪks/ политика manager  (n)  /ˈmænɪdʒə/ управляющий
recognise  (v)  /ˈrekəɡnaɪz/ узнавать nightlife  (n)  /ˈnaɪtlaɪf/ ночная жизнь
relationship  (n)  /rɪˈleɪʃənʃɪp/ отношения offer sb a drink /ˌɒfə ˌsʌmbɒdɪ ə ˈdrɪŋk/ предлагать кому-то
surprising  (adj)  /səˈpraɪzɪŋ/ удивительный напиток
there are lots of fish in the sea /ˌðeər ə lɒts əv ˈfɪʃ ɪn ðə si:/ pack  (v)  /pæk/ упаковывать
свет клином не сошёлся, всегда есть выбор pay sb a visit  /ˌpeɪ ˌsʌmbɒdɪ ə ˈvɪzɪt/ наносить визит
reason  (n)  /ˈri:zən/ причина
1E LISTENING AND VOCABULARY 5.5
region  (n)  /ˈri:dʒən/ регион, район
bilingual/trilingual  (adj)  /baɪˈlɪŋɡwəl/ˌtraɪˈlɪŋɡwəl/ двуязычный, relax  (v)  /rɪˈlæks/ отдыхать
трёхязычный revise for sth /rɪˈvaɪz fə ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ повторять, готовиться к чему-
detail  (n)  /ˈdi:teɪl/ деталь то
enjoy doing sth /ɪnˌdʒɔɪ ˈdu:ɪŋ ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ любить что-то делать ring the doorbell  /ˌrɪŋ ðə ˈdɔ:bel/ звонить в дверной звонок
find the right word  /ˌfaɪnd ðə raɪt ˈwɜ:d/ подбирать нужное say hello /ˌseɪ həˈləʊ/ здороваться, передавать привет
слово school exchange  (n)  /ˈsku:l ɪksˌtʃeɪndʒ/ школа по обмену
improve  (v)  /ɪmˈpru:v/ улучшать show sb round sth /ˌʃəʊ ˌsʌmbɒdɪ ˈraʊnd ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ провести
learn/speak/study/understand/use a language /ˈlɜ:n/ˈspi:k/ˈstʌdɪ/ кого-то по чему-то
ˌʌndəˈstænd/ˈju:z ə ˌlæŋɡwɪdʒ/ учить/разговаривать/изучать/ silly  (adj)  /ˈsɪlɪ/ глупый
понимать/использовать знание языка suburbs  (n)  /ˈsʌbɜ:bz/ пригород, окраина
make a mistake  /ˌmeɪk ə məˈsteɪk/ сделать ошибку sweater  (n)  /ˈswetə/ свитер
mix up languages  /ˌmɪks ˈʌp ˈlæŋɡwɪdʒɪz/ путать языки talk about sth  /ˈtɔ:k əˌbaʊt ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ рассказывать о чём-то
pronunciation  (n)  /prəˌnʌnsɪˈeɪʃən/ произношение town centre  (n)  /ˌtaʊn ˈsentə/ центр города
understand  (v)  /ˌʌndəˈstænd/ понимать university town  (n)  /ˌju:nəˈvɜ:sətɪ taʊn/ университетский
городок
1F SPEAKING 5.6
vet  (n)  /vet/ ветеринар
amazing  (adj)  /əˈmeɪzɪŋ/ потрясающий visitor  (n)  /ˈvɪzɪtə/ посетитель, турист
appropriate  (adj)  /əˈprəʊprɪət/ подходящий walking boots (n)  /ˈwɔ:kɪŋ bu:ts/ комфортная обувь для ходьбы
artist  (n)  /ˈɑ:tɪst/ художник work on sth  /ˈwɜ:k ɒn ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ работать над чем-то
awesome  (adj)  /ˈɔ:səm/ потрясающий
banknote  (n)  /ˈbæŋknəʊt/ банкнота
be into sth  /ˌbi ˈɪntə ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ увлечься, понравиться
century  (n)  /ˈsentʃərɪ/ век
collect  (v)  /kəˈlekt/ собирать
fan of sth  /ˈfæn əv ˌsʌmθɪŋ/ любитель чего-то, фанат
hamster  (n)  /ˈhæmstə/ хомяк
in-line skating /ˌɪnlaɪn ˈskeɪtɪŋ/ катание на роликовых коньках
interested in /ˈɪntrəstəd ɪn/ заинтересованный чем-то
loft apartment  (n)  /ˈlɒft əˌpɑ:tmənt/ квартира в мансарде
marathon  (n)  /ˈmærəθən/ марафон
matchbox  (n)  /ˈmætʃbɒks/ спичечный коробок
mountain biking  (n)  /ˈmaʊntən ˌbaɪkɪŋ/ езда на горном
велосипеде
start a conversation /ˌstɑ:t ə ˌkɒnvəˈseɪʃən/ начинать разговор
support  (v)  /səˈpɔ:t/ поддерживать
vegetarian  (adj)  /ˌvedʒɪˈteərɪən/ вегетарианец

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1 Revision
VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR A No, we 10... .
B Why not?
1 Complete the text with the words from the box. A Because Lily is only six months old!
There is one extra word.

· best · close · cousins · divorced · friendship 5 Choose the correct pronouns to complete the
· husband · kids · niece · single · uncles · widow sentences.

1
My family and friends
I’ve got three brothers and two sisters. My big sister Kelly
is married. Her 1husband ’s name is Calvin. They’ve got
two lovely little 2... – my nephew Paul and my 3... Penny.
My parents have lots of brothers and sisters and my aunts
and 4... have lots of children. I’ve got nineteen 5... ! I’ve got
five or six 6... friends but Mattie is my 7... friend. Our 8...
is very important to me. Mattie’s dad died, so her mum is
No, anybody / nobody / somebody knows I’m a dog.
a 9... . It’s not easy being a 10... mother but Mattie helps
her a lot.
2 Sometimes I feel that I don’t know anything/nothing/
something.
3 Don’t worry – anyone/everyone/no one makes
2 Complete the sentences with personality mistakes.
adjectives. 4 I want to go anywhere/everywhere/somewhere new
1 Aunt Jenny always gives us great birthday presents. and exciting.
She’s very generous. 5 Hello? Is there anyone/everyone/no one here?
2 Bill spends hours looking at himself in the mirror. 6 This is weird – there are spiders anywhere/every-
He’s really v... . where/nowhere!
3 Rebecca isn’t polite. She shouts a lot and never
listens to other people. She’s r... . 6 Complete the sentences with the correct
4 Neil is really s... with girls. His face goes red and he reflexive pronouns.
can’t speak. 1 He’s only three but he gets dressed by himself.
5 Talk to Harry if you have a problem with your 2 It turns ... off after ten seconds to save energy.
homework. He’s kind and h... . 3 They take a lot of photos of ... .
6 Simon only thinks of himself. He doesn’t care about 4 We’re learning French by ... with a phone app.
other people. He’s very s... .

3 Choose the correct forms to complete the


USE OF ENGLISH
sentences. 7 Read the text below. Change the word in
1 Do you know/Are you knowing what time it is? capitals to form a word that fits in the gap.
2 Hello? Do you listen/Are you listening to me? It’s
very important. 1 ENTIRE 2 HEAVY 3 FOUND 4 VICTORY
3 John always comes/is coming for lunch on Sundays. 5 DEFINITE 6 CREATIVE
4 Let’s go out. It doesn’t rain/isn’t raining now.
5 This butter smells/is smelling bad. Throw it out. Moscow
6 This month at school we study/are studying the Moscow is the main Russian centre of politics, economy,
present tenses. culture and science as well as the largest city 1... on the
7 We don’t visit/are not visiting our grandparents very European continent. By and large, Moscow is among
often because they live abroad. the world’s megalopolises, it has the 14th largest
underground area, the 14th largest urban area, and
the 11th most 2... populated city on the globe. Moscow
4 Complete the conversation with the correct
is graded as one of the world’s largest urban economies,
forms of the verbs in brackets.
and is also one of the fastest growing tourist places on
A My sister Lily 1spends (spend) most of her time in Earth.
bed. She 2... (not go) out with friends and she The ancient city has always been a haven for history
never 3... (go) to school. buffs. The red-brick towers of the Kremlin occupy the
4
B ... (she/suffer) from an illness at the moment? 3
... site of Moscow, its churches remember fallen
A No, she 5... . heroes and 4... battles.
B What 6... (she/do) now? Moscow is 5... a place of 6... .
A She 7... (drink) milk. She 8... (love) milk.
B 9... (you/ever/worry) about her? Use of English > page 189

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READING
A A week in the past
8 Read the text and match people 1–4 with most
Join the Bristol Archaeology Club on our spring
suitable offers A–F. There are two extra offers.
camping trip to a 2,000-year-old Roman villa. You
can help discover the secrets of the past, make new
STRATEGY | Multiple matching friends and enjoy the beautiful scenery of the
Cotswolds. Open to young people 16–26.
In this task you need to match descriptions of people
with different texts. Start by reading the descriptions and
underlining important information. Then do the same B Dance the day away
with the texts. Learn to dance Brazilian samba, Spanish sevillanas,
Cuban salsa and more in one crazy day. It’s not
easy but if you want to have fun and push your
1 body and your mind, then join us at WorldDanceDay.
Guy is a big sports fan. He’s into All ages welcome.
mountain biking and marathon
running. He’s interested in trying some C Native speaker wanted
more extreme sports during the spring I’m a nineteen-year-old bilingual Chinese/Portuguese
break. student and I’d like to exchange conversation classes
with a native English speaker. You can learn one (or
both!) of my languages if you help me improve my
English. Contact Amber on 030653287.
2
D Study languages abroad
Twenty-six-year-old Jessica works
hard and enjoys a busy social life, It’s time to perfect your language skills and to learn
but she’s often nervous and worried. what it’s like to live in another country. Contact
She wants to find something to help InterComEx – four hours of language classes every
her relax. morning, fun activities and super-friendly families in
France, Germany, Italy and Spain.

E Adventure time
3 Do you enjoy pushing your body to its limits? Do
you find it relaxing to take risks? Then come to the
Nineteen-year-old Rudy is very shy. Avalon Adventure Camp in northeast Portugal.
He’d like to meet some new people. Mountain climbing, whitewater rafting, paragliding,
He’s interested in history and loves triathlon training and lots more.
walking in the countryside.
F Chinese chillout
Qigong is an ancient form of Chinese yoga that is
more than 4,000 years old. You learn to breathe,
to stand and to sit and you do exercises to be
4
healthy, to feel good and to find calm and quiet
inside yourself.
Alba does Spanish and German at
school but this summer her parents
want to visit Portugal. She’d like to be
able to talk to local people while she’s
there. WRITING
10 Read the fragment of an email from Dean, an
exchange student from Ireland.

SPEAKING
I’m really looking forward to visiting you for the
9 In pairs, take turns to ask and answer the questions. first time and to meeting you in person. But do you
1 Where do you live? think you could write back telling me more about
you, your friends and your school?
2 How do you get to school?
3 What do you think of your home town or city?
4 Do you enjoy studying English? Say why. Write a letter answering Dean’s questions.
5 Tell me about a good friend you have. Write about 100 words.

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Russian Files
SPORTS AND HOSPITALITY
I CAN
· answer and ask questions*
· discuss and give arguments/reasons*
· explain the meanings of words
· read the text aloud*
· make a presentation
· create а meme
· use correct punctuation marks in the letter*
(* RNE (ЕГЭ) skills)

A LEAD-IN Focus on Speaking convey the “Olympic” quality of Mishka. At first he


thought of putting a multicolored cap on it – with the
Answer the questions. color of the flag of the Olympics participating countries.
1 How often do you have guests in your house? But because of the cap, you could not see the ears.
2 What does your mother usually cook? Hang medals around the neck? But they hang them on
3 Have you ever hosted foreign friends? all mascots. The beaver in Canada also had medals.
4 Tell us about the most exciting party you hosted. Finally, the artist saw the bear with the Olympic belt in
5 What problems with guests can you face as a host? a dream. After the Olympics the image of Mishka was
replicated around the world.
B VOCABULARY TO REMEMBER Focus on
Vocabulary
Explain how you understand the following
expressions.
to host a party
host family
host country
host team

C READING Focus on Pronunciation/Intonation


Read the text paying special attention to the
pronunciation of the words in bold and their
endings and the intonation.
THE 22 SUMMER OLYMPIC GAMES
In July 1980 Moscow hosted the 22 Summer Olympic
Games. The mascot for the event was a charming
teddy bear with a belt of Olympic symbols. It is still
popular in many countries around the world and people
collect these cuddly bears. Its author is the Russian
artist Viktor Chizhikov. It all happened by chance.
Victor’s bear won out of 40 000 versions of bears. He
was called Mishka. He is very different from the Russian
bears represented by the foreign press.
Viktor wanted to make an optimistic image, for it to
appeal to the best human feelings. It took him long to

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1–2

D OLYMPIC MASCOTS Focus on Divergent GLOSSARY


Thinking, Argumentation Strategies and Условные обозначения
Presentation Skills n – noun – существительное
a. Answer the questions. v – verb – глагол
adj – adjective – прилагательное
· In what way does each of the mascots reflect the adv – adverb – наречие
spirit of Russia?
meme (n) /mm/ мем, мим (поведенческий или культурный
· Which of them do you think is the most Russian стереотип, передающийся от поколения к поколению не
one? генетически, а имитационно)
host (n) /həυst/ принимающая страна
b. Create your own symbol for the winter or pronunciation (n) /prənnseʃən/ произношение
summer Olympic games. Make a short (2–3 min- the Olympic Games /əlmpk gemz/ (ALSO the Olympics) Олим-
ute) presentation explaining to the committee пийские игры
why your mascot is the best. Give at least mascot (n) /m skɒt/ (US) талисман
3 arguments for your opinion. charming (adj) /tʃmŋ/ обаятельный, очаровательный
cuddly (adj) /kdl/ мягкий
E WRITING Focus on Punctuation chance (n) /tʃns/ (US) шанс, возможность, случайность
version (n) /v: ʃən/ версия, вариант
Your younger brother has written a letter to his to represent (v) /reprzent/ представлять, быть представителем
English-speaking pen-friend. Help him to put image (n) /m/ репутация, имидж; изображение
correct punctuation marks in the letter (5 to appeal (v) /əpl/ обращаться с призывом, привлекать
punctuation marks are missing). to convey (v) /kənve/ выражать; передавать, сообщать
to participate (v) /ptspet/ участвовать, принимать участие
beaver (n) /bvə(r)/ бобр
belt (n) /belt/ ремень, пояс
Dear Jack to replicate (v) /replket/ копировать
Thank you for your letter. I was happy to hear from you. to reflect (v) /rflekt/ отражать, размышлять
spirit (n) /sprt/ настроение, командный дух
Anyway you asked me about my project at school. We tried
committee (n) /kəmt/ комитет
and created our own mascot for the Olympic Games. My to come up with sth – придумывать, разрабатывать
friends drew a bear, a lion and a cat. I came up with the
wolf. Which animal would you choose
Write back soon.
Love
Vanya

F CREATIVE THINKING Focus on Creativity


· Make your own meme featuring Russian Sports.
· Ask 5 questions about your partner meme.

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How to Give a Presentation
LIFE SKILLS

THE F O U R P s T O A
P R E S E N T A T I O N
PERFECT
At some point in life, everyone has to stand up and speak in front of a group of people. For most of us this
can be extremely stressful, but there’s some good news. Although not everyone can be a great public speaker
like Barack Obama or Oprah Winfrey, giving a presentation is definitely a skill you can learn. Here are four
steps to a successful presentation.

1 PLAN 3 PRACTISE
When you first start to plan a presentation, ask yourself Practising helps you feel more confident when you
these questions: speak in public. It’s a good idea to:
· Who is your audience? At school, you’re talking to · Practise in front of a mirror and watch your body
your teacher and classmates, but an official exam is language. Remember that you can use your body and
a more serious and formal situation. facial expressions to help the audience understand
· Why are you giving the presentation? What is the your message. It is also a good idea to move during
message of your speech? Decide if you want to make the presentation to keep the audience’s attention.
the listeners laugh, inform them about something, or · Time your speech. Read through your presentation
maybe persuade them to agree with your ideas. and see if you can keep to the time limit. You can
· How much time have you got? This will help you also record yourself speaking to observe how you use
decide how much information to share with your your voice.
audience. · Practise in front of an audience, for example family
and friends. This will help you deal with stress and
2 PREPARE
prepare to answer any questions.
At this stage you should:
· Research your topic. Make sure you understand your
4 PRESENT
subject well. Decide what you want to say and try to The big day is now here. For your actual presentation:
make it interesting for your audience. · Wear clothes which are comfortable but appropriate
· Organise your ideas into a clear introduction, main for the occasion. Think about whether your audience
body and conclusion. You can start with a joke, some will wear formal or informal clothes and wear
surprising facts, a personal anecdote or a question to something similar.
get the listeners’ attention. · Look at the listeners as you speak. Smile at the
· Create note cards to help you remember what to say. audience and breathe deeply as this will help you
Don’t try to learn your presentation by heart word feel less nervous. Never read the presentation from
for word. Instead, put two or three key points on a page but speak directly to the people in your
note cards and follow your plan. audience.
· Use your own words and don’t speak too fast. Speak
clearly and try to sound confident.

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1–2
1 In pairs, answer the questions. 6 8 1.27 Watch or listen again and look
1 Describe the last time you gave a presentation. at photos 1–2. Copy the table in your notebook.
What was it about? How did you feel? For each presentation (P1 and P2), rate aspects
A–E below from 1 to 5 (1 = poor, 5 = excellent).
2 In which situations in your life could public
speaking skills be useful? Say why.
P1 P2
2 In pairs, discuss the opinions about giving Ideas and organisation
presentations. Choose the options that you think A The beginning of the presentation was
are correct. Say why. interesting.
1 Giving an exam presentation is different from/ B The presentation had a clear structure.
similar to a classroom presentation.
2 It is a good/bad idea for a speaker to start Presenting
a presentation by saying something funny. C The presenter communicated his ideas in
3 The way a presenter uses their body during a talk an effective way (eye contact, body
can/cannot change the message. language, facial expression).
4 It is OK/not OK for a presenter to speak longer than D The presenter spoke strongly and clearly.
scheduled.
E The presenter looked confident and relaxed.
5 The best way to prepare for a presentation is to
practise it alone/with someone else.
6 It is OK/not OK for presenters to read from a page 7 Study the box below. Which of the phrases
so they don’t forget what to say. could you use to begin a presentation (B) and
which to end it (E)?
3 Read the text and check your answers to
Exercise 2.
SPEAKING | Giving presentations
4 Which three tips from the text do you think are
the most useful? In pairs, explain why. Do you have any questions? E
The subject/topic of my talk today is ...
5 8 1.27 Watch or listen to a student giving I’d like to start by talking about ...
two presentations and answer the questions. That brings me to the end of my presentation.
1 What are the topics of Jenny’s presentations? To summarise, .../To conclude, ...
2 What pros and cons does she mention about the Before I start, it might surprise you to learn that ...
issues? Well, that’s it from me. Thank you for listening.
Today I’d like to talk about ... But first, did you know
LIFE SKILLS VIDEO 1 that ...?

8 Read the quote. In pairs, explain what it means


using your own words.

All great speakers were bad speakers at


first.
Ralph Waldo Emerson (American poet)

9 Do the task below.

2 LIFE SKILLS | Project

Prepare a two-minute presentation on a subject you


find interesting.
· Follow the tips from this lesson (Plan, Prepare, Practise,
Present). Use some of the phrases from Exercise 7 to
help you.
· Give your presentation in front of the class and listen
to presentations from other students.
· Give each other feedback. Say what you liked about
the presentation and what you could improve.

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Grammar Reference and Practice
1A Настоящее простое время (Present Simple)
и настоящее продолженное время (Present Continuous)
Present Simple
Утверждения Отрицания
I/You/We/They like milk. I/You/We/They do not (don’t) like milk.
He/She/It likes milk. He/She/It does not (doesn’t) like milk.

Общие вопросы Краткие ответы

Do I/you/we/they Yes, I/you/we/they do.


No, I/you/we/they don’t.
like milk?
Yes, he/she/it does.
Does he/she/it No, he/she/it doesn’t.

Специальные вопросы
do I/you/we/they
What like?
does he/she/it

Мы используем настоящее простое время (Present · глаголы do и go, а также глаголы, которые
Simple), чтобы говорить: оканчиваются на -ss, -x, -ch, -sh, прибавляют -es,
· о регулярно повторяющихся действиях в настоящем: например: do – does, go – goes, wash – washes;
My family lives in Edinburgh. · форма глагола have меняется на has.
Do you like parties? Слова и выражения, которые обычно употребляются
· о повседневных действиях, привычках:
с настоящим простым временем (Present Simple):
I often eat eggs for breakfast.
My father drives me to school every morning. every morning/day/week/weekend/month/year
every second day/week sometimes
Правила правописания глаголов в третьем лице always from time to time
единственного числа: regularly rarely
· общее правило: инфинитив + -s, например, enjoy – usually hardly ever
enjoys; often never
· глаголы, оканчивающиеся на согласный и -y, теря-
ют y и прибавляют -ies: study – studies;

Present Continuous
Утверждения Отрицания
I am (’m) I am not (’m not)
You/We/They are (’re) smiling. You/We/They are not (aren’t) smiling.
He/She/It is (’s) He/She/It is not (isn’t)

Общие вопросы Краткие ответы


Yes, I am.
Am I
No, I am not (’m not).
Yes, you/we/they are.
Are you/we/they smiling?
No, you/we/they are not (aren’t).
Yes, he/she/it is.
Is he/she/it
No, he/she/it is not (isn’t).

Специальные вопросы
am I
Why are you/we/they smiling?
is he/she/it

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Grammar Reference and Practice
Мы используем настоящее продолженное время (Present в настоящем продолженном времени (Present Continuous):
Continuous) для описания like, love, prefer, wish, hate, want, need, believe, know,
· действия, которое происходит сейчас: remember, understand, be, cost, belong, mean, seem.
Mum is talking on the phone. Некоторые глаголы (например: think, have, taste, smell)
· временной ситуации:
могут показывать состояние или действие в зависимости
Mrs Pye is teaching Class 2A today because their teacher от значения.
is ill. I think he’s right. (думаю, считаю, полагаю – состояние)
Правила правописания: What is he thinking about? (обдумывает – идёт мысли-
· общее правило: инфинитив + -ing, например: walk  – тельный процесс)
walking; I see her – she’s round the corner. (вижу – способность
· глаголы, которые оканчиваются на согласный + -е: видеть)
теряют -е и прибавляют -ing: write – writing; I’m seeing Peter a lot these days. (встречаюсь – действие)
· односложные глаголы, которые оканчиваются на I have a dog. (у меня есть… – обладание)
один гласный и один согласный, удваивают конечный I’m having lunch. (обедаю – действие)
согласный + -ing, например: run – running. The soup tastes/smells lovely. (пахнет вкусно или имеет
Слова и выражения, которые обычно используют- приятный вкус – состояние)
ся с настоящим продолженным временем (Present I’m tasting/smelling the soup. (пробую/нюхаю – действие)
Continuous): at the moment, currently, now, today, this Некоторые глаголы используются в настоящем простом
morning/afternoon, this year, these days, at present. времени (Present Simple) и настоящем продолженном
времени (Present Continuous) без перемены значения:
Глаголы состояния (Stative verbs)
I feel tired./I’m feeling tired.
В английском языке есть глаголы, которые обозначают
состояние, а не действие. Эти глаголы не употребляются

1C Возвратные местоимения 1 1A Choose the correct verbs to complete the


Единственное число Множественное число sentences.
I myself we ourselves 1 How long does it take/is it taking you to get dressed
you yourself you yourselves in the morning?
he himself they themselves 2 I can’t talk to you right now because I buy/’m buying
she herself a birthday present for my dad.
it itself
3 My niece never does/is never doing the shopping on
Мы используем возвратные местоимения, когда хо- the Internet because she doesn’t think it’s safe.
тим подчеркнуть подлежащее: 4 Johnnie, what do you do/are you doing here at this
I’d like to introduce myself – I’m James Stevenson. Я бы time of day? Why aren’t you at school?
хотел представиться. Я Джеймс Стивенсон. We are 5 Tim doesn’t cook/isn’t cooking his own meals. His
building the house ourselves. – Мы строим дом сами. grandma cooks/is cooking them.
6 ‘Why do you wear/are you wearing such a strange
1D Неопределённые местоимения dress? Do you go/Are you going to a fancy dress
Мы используем somebody/someone, something и some- party?’ ‘Yes, in fact, I do/am!’
where в утвердительных предложениях:
I’m sure somebody knows the answer. 2 1A Complete the sentences with the correct Present
Let’s eat something before we leave. Simple or Present Continuous forms of the verbs in
I think Gwen lives somewhere in Wales. brackets.
Мы используем everybody/everyone, everything и every- 1 My mum and I often spend (often/spend) hours
where в утвердительных предложениях и в вопросах: walking on the beach.
Everyone knows her, she’s a celebrity. 2 Who ... (you/prepare) these cakes for? They look
Have you got everything you need? delicious.
There are cameras everywhere around the town centre. 3 ‘... (your granddad/like) dancing?’ ‘Yes, he ... .’
Мы используем nobody/no one, nothing и nowhere с 4 In our region, it ... (usually/not rain) much in summer.
неотрицательным глаголом: 5 ... (you/usually/keep) in touch with your school
Nobody knows him. friends during the holidays?
I have nothing to wear for the wedding reception.
6 Can you see Mark among the wedding guests?
The church is full, so you have nowhere to sit.
... (he/take) photos?
Мы используем anybody/anyone, anything и anywhere в 7 ‘... (Joe’s cat/drink) milk every day?’ ‘No, it ... .’
отрицательных предложениях и в вопросах:
I haven’t got anything to wear for the wedding reception. 3 1C Choose the correct reflexive pronouns to
Hello, is there anyone here? We can’t find the cat anywhere. complete the sentences.
С everybody/everyone, nobody, anything и т. д. исполь- 1 This dog is so funny. It always looks at ... in the
зуется глагол в третьем лице единственного числа: mirror!
Nothing ever happens in our town.
a myself b ourselves c itself
Is everyone satisfied?
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WORD LIST EXERCISES Remember more

UNIT 1 (pp. 16–17) 2 Find things on the word list that you can:
1 Add more words and phrases from the word list to 1 hand out: ... 2 put up: ... 3 work in: ...
the vocabulary maps.

3 Which verbs from the word list collocate with


FAMILY these nouns?

cousin gift ... an exam

WEDDING ... a class


... school
2 Which preposition completes these sentences?
1 We definitely have something ... common: we both 4 Match the two parts of the collocations. Then
love sport. check with the word list.
2 I’m interested ... mountain biking. 1 beat a a goal
3 He says he doesn’t like speaking ... public. 2 break b another team
3 follow c a record
3 Which verb from the word list completes these 4 score d the rules
phrases?
5 Do the task below.
friends
Make a list of all the types of sport you enjoy. Then
... a speech write down the names of the places and equipment
a mistake that you need to play them. Use a dictionary if
necessary.
... married
on well with sb

UNIT 3 (pp. 48–49)


4 Complete the sentences with the correct verbs.
Then check with the word list. 1 Complete the text with one word from the word
list in each gap.
1 My friends can always ... on me.
Our 1f... was at 5 p.m., so we arrived at the 2a... at
2 It’s cold outside, so please ... on a warm sweater.
3 p.m.
3 How does Leo ... on with his older sister?
We went to the 3c...-... desk and then through security.
4 The team is ... on a new project at the moment. The plane was on 4t... and we 5t... o... at five o’clock
exactly. Our 6d... ? Orlando in Florida!
ACTIVE VOCABULARY | Maps
A vocabulary map is a visual way to group related words 2 Match the two parts of the collocations. Then
together. You can see two examples of such maps in check with the word list.
Exercise 1. Look at the word list and make a new 1 pack a a souvenir
vocabulary map for a different topic. 2 buy b a photo
3 take c the bus
4 miss d a bag
UNIT 2 (pp. 30–31)
1 Add more words and phrases from the word list to 3 Choose the correct words. Then check with the
word list.
the vocabulary maps.
1 Which word means that something happened later
Physics than planned?
cancelled/delayed
SCHOOL AND 2 Where do people go when they are flying from an
rugby UNIVERSITY SUBJECTS airport?
arrivals/departure lounge
SPORTS AND GAMES 3 Which of these do you leave at the check-in desk?
suitcase/hand luggage
PEOPLE IN SPORT 4 Which word completes the phrase: The world is
your ...?
manager border/oyster

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