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Enjoy English - Grade 5 Textbook for Secondary Schools

Titul Publishers, 2011. All rights reserved


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UNIT 1 HELLO! NICE TO SEE YOU AGAIN!

Section 1. Talking about the first day at school

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Exercise 1. Listen and say where Jim is from. Guess what the date is today.

Dima:

Hi, Katya. It’s nice to see you again. This is Jim.

Jim:

Hi! Nice to meet you, Katya!

Katya:

Hello! Nice to meet you, Jim!

Dima:

Jim is from Britain. He’ll be in our class.

Katya:

Now we’ll have 14 boys and 14 girls in our class.

Jim:

Thats great!

Katya:

Let’s have a look at our new timetable!

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Exercise 2. Listen, read and act out.

Dima:


Hi, Katya. It’s nice to see you again. This is Jim.

Jim:

Hi! Nice to meet you, Katya!

Katya:

Hello! Nice to meet you, Jim!

Dima:

Jim is from Britain. He’ll be in our class.

Katya:


Now we’ll have 14 boys and 14 girls in our class.

Jim:

That’s great!

Katya:

Let’s have a look at our new timetable!

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Exercise 4. Listen, read and repeat.

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nature, education, break, information

Monday, lunch, Russian, studies, subject

technology, page, project, June, July

lunch, nature, literature, chair, March

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Exercise 8. Listen and repeat.

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Will she be in our class? – No, she won’t.

Where is he from? – He is from Britain.

Did you have good summer holidays? – Yes, I did.

Is it nice to go back to school again? – Yes, it is.

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Exercise 12. Listen to the dialogue. Say which holidays Katya likes best of all.

Jim:

Katya, could you tell me about the holidays in a Russian school, please.

Katya:

Well, we have four holidays each school year. Our holidays last one week in autumn, two weeks in winter and one week in spring. And there are the summer holidays, of course!

Jim:

And when are the longest holidays?

Katya:

The longest holidays are in summer. They last three months! June, July and August. They’re my favourite months!

Jim:

That’s great! Summer is my favourite season, too!

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Exercise 17. Listen, read and repeat.

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teacher, computer, rubber, ruler, answer pencil, tell, desk, letter, pen

school, ruler, two, do, classroom pupil, computer, new, use, during

book, textbook, workbook, look, put clean, e-mail, TV, read, week

timetable, bike, blinds, ride, surprise

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Exercise 22. Listen and say what Jim liked at his first day at school.

Dima:


Jim, do you remember your first day at school?

Jim:


Oh, yes I do. It was a nice day. It was warm and sunny. I went to school with my parents. I liked my teacher very much.

Dima:


Did you get a lot of homework?

Jim:


No, I didn’t. We just had a few lessons.

Dima:


Did you enjoy that day?

Jim:


Yes, I did. I felt very happy. But I remember I was a little tired.

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Exercise 25. Listen, read and repeat:

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new, news, few, you, computer we, she, read, speak, teacher, meet, please

good, book, full, look tell, desk, lesson, letter, welcome, very

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Section 2. I wish I were in Russia

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Exercise 33. Listen to the conversation and say why Jim is happy.

Katya:


Hello boys!

Dima:


Hi, Katya! Jim, you look very happy today.

Jim:


Do I? Well, I think it’s because of Barbara. I’ve got a letter from her.

Dima:


Oh, that’s great! Barbara was our favourite English teacher! She taught us English last year. What does she say in her letter?

Jim:


I’ve no idea, actually! I didn’t want to open it and read it by myself, you see. Let’s do it together.

Katya:


Do you want me to read it aloud?

Jim:


Yes, please, of course!

Dima:


Hurry up, then!

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Section 3. Talking about the summer holidays

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Exercise 44. Listen and say what the students decided to do. Choose the right answer.

Katya:


Jim, I’ve got an idea!

Jim:


What is it? Tell me, please.

Katya:


Your English classmates want to know more about Russia. My classmates and I would like to write to them about some of the places here in Russia, places where we spent our last summer holidays.

Dima:


What a good idea! I’d like to have someone to write to in English! I could practise more and improve my English!

Jim:


Right. That’s a great idea! I’ll give you the email addresses of my friends. They’ll be happy to have new penfriends from Russia!

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Exercise 53. Listen to the dialogue and say what Jim wanted to know about Russia.

Jim:


Katya, I’ve got a question. Can you help?

Katya:


Yes, of course.

Jim:


What is a dacha?

Katya:


Oh, a dacha is a piece of land, often with a small country house on it. Usually people grow different plants, vegetables and fruit there.

Jim:


Have you got a dacha?

Katya:


Yes, my parents have.

Jim:


Did you spend your summer holidays at your dacha?

Katya:


Usually I do. But it’s boring to go there every year. This summer I was in a holiday camp on the Black Sea, in Sochi.

Jim:


Oh, I know Sochi. It’s the city of the Winter Olympic Games in 2014 (twenty fourteen).

Katya:


Yes, that’s right.

Jim:


Did you enjoy your time in Sochi?

Katya:


Yes, it was hot and sunny. At the camp I sunbathed a lot, swam in the sea, and played with my new friends. Every day we had different sports competitions and played popular outdoor games.

Jim:


That’s great. I like to spend my summer holidays at the seaside too.

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Exercise 62. Listen to the dialogue and say when Jim visited Greece.

Katya:


Jim, did you spend your last summer holidays at the seaside?

Jim:


No, I didn’t. But I visited Greece the year before.

Katya:


And what’s the name of the sea there?

Jim:


It’s the Mediterranean, of course.

Katya :


What did you like there best of all?

Jim:


It’s hard to say. Greece is a beautiful country. I enjoyed the history and the natural beauty. It’s also a good place if you like to go sightseeing.

Katya:

Are there high mountains there?

Jim:


Yes, there are. There are also lots of beautiful flowers everywhere. Look at my photos.

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Exercise 63. Listen to the dialogue once again and fill in the gaps.

Katya:


Jim, did you spend your last summer holidays at the seaside?

Jim:


No, I didn’t. But I visited Greece the year before.

Katya:


And what’s the name of the sea there?

Jim:


It’s the Mediterranean, of course.

Katya :


What did you like there best of all?

Jim:


It’s hard to say. Greece is a beautiful country. I enjoyed the history and the natural beauty. It’s also a good place if you like to go sightseeing.

Katya:

Are there high mountains there?

Jim:


Yes, there are. There are also lots of beautiful flowers everywhere. Look at my photos.

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Exercise 67. Listen and repeat the tongue-twister.

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She sells seashells

She sells seashells,

By the seashore.

The shells she sells,

Are surely seashells.

So if she sells shells,

On the seashore,

I’m sure she sells,

Seashore shells.

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Section 4. Talking about places of interest

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Exercise 76. Listen and say where Jim’s friend spent his summer holidays.

Jim:

Hi, Lena!

Lena:


Hello, Jim! Martin wrote me a letter.

Jim:


Did he? Any news then?

Lena:


Yes, he visited Russia last summer.

Jim:


Oh, that’s right. How lucky.

Lena:


What do you think I can write to him about?

Jim:


You spent your holidays in Britain, didn’t you? Why don’t you write about your summer school in Cambridge?

Lena:


Do you think that will be of interest to him? We had language practice, and talked about some school subjects. And during our free time we visited some museums and famous historical places.

Jim:


That’s great! Write to him about it all. He’ll be very glad to receive your letter.

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Exercise 77. Listen to the dialogue once again and say what

Lena can write to Martin about.

Jim:

Hi, Lena!



Lena:


Hello, Jim! Martin wrote me a letter.

Jim:


Did he? Any news, then?

Lena:


Yes, he visited Russia last summer.

Jim:


Oh, that’s right. How lucky.

Lena:


What do you think I can write to him about?

Jim:


You spent your holidays in Britain, didn’t you? Why don’t you write about your summer school in Cambridge?

Lena:


Do you think that will be of interest to him? We had language practice, and talked about some school subjects. And during our free time we visited some museums and historical places.

Jim:


That’s great! Write to him about it all. He’ll be very glad to receive your letter.

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Exercise 81. Listen, read and remember. Use the Grammar Reference if necessary.

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long – longer – the longest

big – bigger – the biggest

happy – happier – the happiest


beautiful – more beautiful – the most beautiful

interesting – more interesting – the most interesting

Remember!

good – better – the best

bad – worse – the worst

much/many– more – the most

little – less - the least

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Section 5. Talking about school clubs

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Exercise 93. Listen and say what Dima wants to do after his classes.

Jim:


Dima, would you like to play football after classes today?

Dima:


Sorry, Jim. I can’t today. I promised Katya and Lena I’d make a wall newspaper about our school clubs.

Jim:


That’s very interesting! Can I join you?

Dima:


Of course, Jim. Then you can choose a club.

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Exercise 94. Put the sentences of the dialogue in the correct order. Listen and check the order.

Jim:


Dima, would you like to play football after classes today?

Dima:


Sorry, Jim. I can’t today. I promised Katya and Lena I’d make a wall newspaper about our School Clubs.

Jim:


That’s very interesting! Can I join you?

Dima:


Of course, Jim. Then you can choose a club.

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Exercise 103. Listen to the dialogue and say what Dasha likes to do best of all.

Dasha:

Do you have any hobbies, Jim?

Jim:


Yes, I like to play football and tennis.

Dasha:


Really? You know, what I like best of all is drawing. It’s not only my hobby, but I hope my future career. I would like to become a famous artist. There are a lot of other things I like to do too, like computer games, swimming, singing … but drawing is my favourite hobby!

Jim:


Well, I don’t know what I want to be. I like to learn about the literature, history and traditions of other countries. And I like travelling a lot. My best hobby is taking photos.

Dasha:


Perhaps you’ll be a famous journalist?

Jim:


Maybe. I don’t know yet. By the way, what time is it now?

Dasha:


Half past four.

Jim:

Oh, sorry. I’m late for our School English Theatre. Bye.

Dasha:

Bye.

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Exercise 111. Listen and read the poem.

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Hooray! Hooray! It’s Sunday!

This day I start anew.

This day I’ve decided to become a wizard,

It’s true!


Or maybe I will learn to fly

Or how to walk through stars

Or I’ll visit other planets

And meet aliens in their magic cars.


I’ll travel to past times.

And play football with a dinosaur

And he marks the score!


I’ve got so many wonderful plans!

But now I have to open the door.


I’m starting the right way.

Yes, this will be the best day!

Hooray! Hooray! It’s Sunday!


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Section 6. Creating rules for students and teachers

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Exercise 123. Listen to the conversation and check your answers.

Jim:


Katya! I’ve just read the poster in the hall that says “Attention all students! Tomorrow is Self-Regulation Day! Be responsible, creative and sociable.” What does it mean? Can you explain it to me, please?

Katya:



Oh, Jim! I am sorry. We forgot to tell you about this day. It’s a very important school day.

Jim:


It’s not a holiday, is it?

Dima:


No, it’s not a holiday but it’s a very special day.

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Section 7. What do you know about British schools?

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Exercise 133. Listen to a student talking about her school. Then complete the table.

Correspondent :



Jess:


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Jess :



Correspondent:


Jess:



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Jess:



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Jess:


Correspondent:


Jess:

Hi! I’m Martin Oldfield. I’m the correspondent of the school newspaper “School Friends”. May I ask you a few questions?


All right.


To begin with, can you tell me your name, your age, what form you are in and what school you are from?


Im Jess Hassett. Im eleven. I’m a first year student at a secondary school called East Square School in London.


Do you work hard? What are your favourite subjects?


Yes, I do work hard and I think I’m a good student. I like Foreign Languages and History.


Do you wear a school uniform?


Yes, this year we’ve got a school uniform. It’s quite nice. Blue skirts and coats, with white blouses, for girls. Blue sweater and black trousers for boys.


What are your hobbies?


Foreign languages and table tennis.


Thanks.


Youre welcome.

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Exercise 135. Listen, read and repeat:

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English, Russian, British, Spanish, German, Italian, French

summer holidays, Easter holidays, Christmas holidays

uniform, school uniform, to wear a school uniform

foreign languages, the English language, to study languages, English Literature

Science, Information Technology, History, Maths, Art, Drama, Physical Education

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Exercise 137. Listen to the dialogue and check your answers. Then read the dialogue with your partner.

Katya:


When does the school year start in Britain?

Jim:


It starts in September.

Katya:


At what age do children go to secondary school?

Jim:


At the age of 11 or 12.

Katya:


Do British students wear a school uniform?

Jim:


Most students do. The favourite colours for school uniform are blue, grey, black and green.

Katya:


Do children in Britain learn foreign languages at school?

Jim:



Yes, they do. French is often the first foreign language they learn at school.

Sometimes they also learn a second foreign language: German, Spanish, Russian ...

Katya:


What school holidays do British children have?

Jim:


They have Christmas holidays, Easter holidays and summer holidays. Schools also have special half-term holidays in the middle of each term. These holidays last a week.

Katya:


And how long does a lesson last in a British school?

Jim:


It lasts 40 or 45 minutes.

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Exercise 142. Listen to a student talking about his school. Does he wear a school uniform?

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Stephan:


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Stephan:



Correspondent:


Stephan:



Correspondent:


Stephan:



Correspondent:


Stephan:


Correspondent:


Stephan:

Hi! I’m Martin Oldfield. I’m the correspondent of the school newspaper “School Friends”. May I ask you a few questions?


Well, OK. But just a few. I’m in a hurry.


Can you tell me your name, your age, what form you are in and what school you are from?


I’m Stephan Tudeski. I’m eleven. And I’m in the first form at East Square School in London.


Do you like your school? What are your favourite subjects?


Yes, I do like my school. I’ve got lots of good friends. And our teachers are really good, especially our Maths teacher. My favourite subjects are Maths and I.T.


Do you wear a school uniform?


Yes, I do. But it’s uncomfortable for playing football during the break. I would prefer to wear jeans and a T-shirt at school.


Any hobbies?


Yes, football. I play for the school football team.


That’s great. Thank you, Stephan.


OK. Bye!

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Exercise 143. Listen to the interview again and say if the statements are true or false.

Correspondent:



Stephan:


Correspondent:



Stephan:



Correspondent:


Stephan:



Correspondent:


Stephan:



Correspondent:


Stephan:


Correspondent:


Stephan:

Hi! I’m Martin Oldfield. I’m the correspondent of the school newspaper “School Friends”. May I ask you a few questions?


Well, OK. But just a few. I’m in a hurry.


Can you tell me your name, your age, what form you are in and what school you are from?


I’m Stephan Tudeski. I’m eleven. And I’m in the first form at East Square School in London.


Do you like your school? What are your favourite subjects?


Yes, I do like my school. I’ve got lots of good friends. And our teachers are really good, especially our Maths teacher. My favourite subjects are Maths and I.T.


Do you wear a school uniform?


Yes, I do. But it’s uncomfortable for playing football during the break. I would prefer to wear jeans and a T-shirt at school.


Any hobbies?


Yes, football. I play for the school football team.


That’s great. Thank you, Stephan.


OK. Bye!

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PROGRESS CHECK Part I Listening

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Задание 1. Послушай четыре рассказа детей о том, как они провели свои летние каникулы. Догадайся, где они провели каникулы. Заполни табл.

Girl 1:





Boy 1:





Girl 2:





Boy 2:

I spent my summer holidays a long way from my own country. My parents and I went by plane to a very sunny and beautiful place. I did a lot of sunbathing. I swam in the sea for hours every day. I collected seashells and watched the fish and the birds. I enjoyed my holidays very much.


I had great fun during my summer holidays. I rode my bike every day. When the weather was warm, I swam in the river. When it was windy, I flew my kite. I picked berries in the forest, too. I have a sweet tooth so my granny made some tasty jam for me.


My summer holidays were busy. I didn’t go to the country or to the seaside. I went sightseeing instead. My parents and I stayed in a modern hotel. We visited a lot of different museums, old palaces, great cathedrals and even some ancient churches. I took a lot of interesting photos.


I think it’s boring to spend the summer holidays in the country with only your family. I spent July with my friends. Every day we had different sports competitions and played popular outdoor games. In the evening my friends and I made campfires and played the guitar.

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Задание 2. Послушай разговор Кэрол и Дэна. Отметь картинки, которые соответствуют содержанию их беседы.

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A. When did Den get up on his first day at school?

Carol:

Can you remember your first day at school?

Den:


Yes, I can. But it was five years ago. I was very nervous that morning.

Carol:

You didn’t get up late, did you?

Den:


No, I didn’t! I got up very early. At 6 o’clock I think! When Mum came to wake me up at 7 o’clock, I had already dressed and cleaned my teeth.

Carol:

I think Mum was very surprised. Usually you get up at 8 o’clock!


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B. What did Den wear on his first day at school?

Carol:


Did you wear a school uniform?

Den:


Yes, of course. I wore a blue suit and a white shirt.

Carol:


Did you like it?

Den:


Um, five years ago I was happy to wear it. But now I’d prefer to wear jeans and a T-shirt to school.

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C. What did Den do after the lessons on his first day at school?

Carol:


How many lessons did you have on your first day?

Den:


Only three or four. And we didn’t get any homework.

Carol:


What did you do after the lessons?

Den:


I played football with my new classmate Philip.

Carol:


Philip? He’s your best friend now, isn’t he?

Den:


Yes, he’s coming to play computer games with me after lunch.

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D. Where did Den fall asleep on his first day at school?

Carol:


Did you like your first day at school?

Den:


Sure. But I was so tired in the evening that I fell asleep in the armchair.

Carol:


Didn’t you watch TV?

Den:


No, I didn’t. I didn’t even have any tea and cake!

Carol:


Wow! You were tired. You always eat Mum’s cakes.



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UNIT 2 WE ARE GOING TO TRAVEL TO LONDON

Section 1. Welcome to East Square London School!

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Exercise 1. Listen and say what Ann’s news is.

Ann:


Good morning, Mr Golovin, this is Ann Jones speaking. I’m the secretary of Mr Wooding, the Head Teacher of East Square London School.

Mr Golovin:


Oh, hello!

Ann:


I have some news for you, Mr Golovin.

Mr Golovin:

News! What kind of news?

Ann:


Mr Wooding would like to invite some students and teachers of yours to come to London.

Mr Golovin:


Oh, how nice! What good news. When does he want us to visit?

Ann:


In March, during your school holidays.

Mr Golovin:


Fine! How many of our students can come to London?

Ann:


We’ll send you an invitation letter with those details.

Mr Golovin:


That’s great!

Ann:


Goodbye, Mr Golovin.

Mr Golovin:

Thank you. Goodbye.

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Exercise 2. Read the dialogue. Put the sentences in the correct order. Listen again to check the order. Then act it out.

Ann:


Good morning, Mr Golovin, this is Ann Jones speaking. I’m the secretary of Mr Wooding, the Head Teacher of East Square London School.

Mr Golovin:


Oh, hello!

Ann:


I have some news for you, Mr Golovin.

Mr Golovin:

News! What kind of news?

Ann:


Mr Wooding would like to invite some students and teachers of yours to come to London.

Mr Golovin:


Oh, how nice! What good news. When does he want us to visit?

Ann:


In March, during your school holidays.

Mr Golovin:


Fine! How many of our students can come to London?

Ann:


We’ll send you an invitation letter with those details.

Mr Golovin:


That’s great!

Ann:


Goodbye, Mr Golovin.

Mr Golovin:

Thank you. Goodbye.

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Exercise 3. Listen, read and repeat.

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English, Great Britain, visit got, responsible, lot

school, group, two, blue invite, idea, time, kind invitation, great, stay


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Exercise 8. Listen to the phone conversation and say what Katya asked Barbara about.

Katya:


Good morning, Barbara.

Barbara:


Hello, Katya. Glad to hear from you.

Katya:


How are you?

Barbara:


Fine, thanks. And you?

Katya:


I’m well, thank you. I have some good news! Yesterday our Head Teacher, Mr Golovin, got an invitation letter from Mr Wooding inviting us to visit London.

Barbara:


How wonderful! Do you think you’ll come? What about Lena and Dima? It’d be great to see all of you.

Katya:


I hope we’ll all come. But firstly I’d like to ask you some questions about our visit.

Barbara:


Of course.

Katya:


So what’s the weather like in London in March? It’s cold, isn’t it?

Barbara:

Well, it isn’t too cold. But it often rains and sometimes it’s windy.

So pack warm coats and hats and don’t forget about your umbrellas.

Katya:

OK, Barbara, and what about …

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Exercise 14. Listen, read and remember. Say which season you like best of all. Give your reasons.

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Winter, spring, summer, fall -

I like autumn best of all.

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Exercise 17. Listen, read and repeat.

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make, day, stay, arrange, wake invite, ice, eyes, sigh, sighed, outside

go, open, propose, cold, woke, throat lot, hot, holidays, responsible, body, sorry door, sore, ball, fall lemon, breakfast, ready, dress, bed

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Section 2. What are you going to do?

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Exercise 22. Listen and say what Linda’s family is going to do next week.

Linda:


Hello! This is Linda.

Jane:


Hi, Linda!

Linda:


Would you like to stay with us next weekend? We’re going to go to the country to have a picnic.

Jane:

Are you? Great! I’ll ask my mother.

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Exercise 38. Listen to the students talking about a birthday present for their classmate. What did they decide to give her?

Katya:


Jim, Dima, I’ve got some bad news. Today is Lena’s birthday, isn’t it? But her mum phoned me this morning to say that she is ill. What are we going to do? Any ideas?

Dima:


Let’s give her a nice surprise. Let’s visit her. We can organise a birthday party, can’t we?

Jim:


That’s a great idea – a birthday party.

Katya:


Yes, I’ll be responsible for the special birthday cake. And what about you, Jim?

Jim:


I know she has a sweet tooth. I’ll bring a box of sweets.

Dima:


Great. I’ll be responsible for the music. I’ve got a lot of new music.

Jim:


I hope Lena will like our birthday party.

Katya:

I’m sure she will.

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Exercise 39. Listen to the conversation again and complete the sentences.

Katya:


Jim, Dima, I’ve got some bad news. Today is Lena’s birthday, isn’t it? But her mum phoned me this morning to say that she is ill. What are we going to do? Any ideas?

Dima:


Let’s give her a nice surprise. Let’s visit her. We can organise a birthday party, can’t we?

Jim:


That’s a great idea – a birthday party.

Katya:


Yes, I’ll be responsible for the special birthday cake. And what about you, Jim?

Jim:


I know she has a sweet tooth. I’ll bring a box of sweets.

Dima:


Great. I’ll be responsible for the music. I’ve got a lot of new music.

Jim:


I hope Lena will like our birthday party.

Katya:

I’m sure she will.

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Section 3. Creating a school album for British friends

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Exercise 48. Listen and read.

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talking, smiling, having, reading, playing, going, sleeping, watching, answering, drawing, riding, shaking, listening, walking, making, dreaming, travelling, running, washing, cooking, discussing, singing, watering

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Exercise 51. Listen and say what Jim and Katya are doing. What are they going to do?

Jim:


Hi, Katya!

Katya:


Hi, Jim! What’s up?

Jim:


I’m doing my homework. Could you help me to answer the questions on Russian Literature?

Katya:


Are the questions difficult?

Jim:


I think they are. I’m not good at Russian Literature, you know.

Katya:


Well, I’m making some pancakes right now so I’m afraid I can’t help you at the moment. But you could come to my place in an hour for tea and then we can answer the questions together.

Jim:


Oh, fantastic ! I like pancakes very much! I’ll come in an hour.

Katya:


Bye, then! See you soon.

Jim:

OK, bye!

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Section 4. What are you doing for the winter holidays?

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Exercise 64. Listen and say what season Simon and Susan like and why.

Susan:



One of my favourite seasons is spring. Winter is always long and dark. But in spring the days get longer and warmer. There are a lot of beautiful flowers in the parks. And you don't have to put your coat on all the time.

Simon:


In winter it often rains in England. Sometimes it's very windy. But I like this season because of Christmas and New Year, presents and winter holidays.

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Exercise 67. Listen, read and repeat.

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Christmas, decorate, decoration, capital, carols, consist

city, centre, central, December, celebrate

the 25th of December, the 24th of December

decorate, collect, consist, potato

for, before, Norway, thought, law

London, Londoners, colour, coloured, money

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PROGRESS CHECK Part I. Listening

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Задание 1. Послушай четыре рассказа детей о том, где они провели свой выходной день. Заполни таблицу.

Daniela:


Last Saturday I got up early in the morning. I put on my best dress and shoes. My parents bought flowers and a present. We got into the car and went to the country. Our visit was a big secret to my granny. She was fifty that day and we went to celebrate her birthday with her. When she opened the door and saw us she cried because she was so happy! We had a great fun together that day.


John:


On Saturday morning I didn’t feel very well. I had a sore throat. Mum took my temperature. Then she brought me a cup of hot lemon tea. I stayed in bed the whole day. I had to miss my school party. I watched TV and read a book about Robinson Crusoe. By the evening I felt much better.

Mary:


On Saturday morning I went to school. But I didn’t have any regular lessons. Our English teacher had invited me and my classmates to take part in the school theatre production. We prepared for the performance about Mary Poppins and her friends. I was happy to be one of the actors. We learned the words, danced, sang songs and made decorations for the performance. We think the performance will be ready by next weekend. Come and enjoy our school’s theatre performance!

Peter:


We usually spend our weekend outdoors. Last Saturday morning the weather was warm and sunny. My dad, my brother and I decided to go to the nearest park to play football. But soon it started to rain. It became cold and windy. We quickly changed our plans and went to see a new film about some famous travellers. We enjoyed the film very much. When we came home we told our mum all about it.

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Задание 2. Посмотри на картинку и послушай текст. Соедините линиями имена детей и их изображения.

Betsy:


Paul, how did you spend last weekend?

Paul:


It was great! I spent it in the park with my friends. Look! Here’s a photo!

Betsy:


Who are those girls making the funny snowman?

Paul:


That’s Carol and Alice.

Betsy:


Which one is Alice?

Paul:


Alice is wearing the blue coat. Carol is putting her red scarf on the snowman.

Betsy:


The girls look happy, don’t they? And who’s that boy skiing down the hill?

Paul:


That’s Barry. He’s learning how to ski. See that boy in the red hat? He’s playing snowballs with Tim.

Betsy:


What’s his name?

Paul:


Dan.

Betsy:


They’re really enjoying playing in the snow, aren’t they?



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UNIT 3 FACES OF LONDON

Section 1. What places of interest would you like to see?

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Exercise 1. Listen and say what places of interest Barbara liked in Russia.

Barbara:


Ann, our Russian friends from the State Local School are coming soon.

Ann:


Yes, I’m going to meet them at the airport tomorrow.

Barbara:


Do you speak Russian?

Ann:


No, I don’t. I only know some Russian words like “privet”, “spasibo”, “poka”. Barbara, you lived in Russia last year, didn’t you? What places of interest did you like best of all?

Barbara:

The capital of Russia, Moscow. I visited the Kremlin and Red Square and even the Bolshoi Theatre. I’ve got some photos of them too.

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Exercise 2. Listen to the conversation once again. Choose the correct answer.

Barbara:


Ann, our Russian friends from the State Local School are coming soon.

Ann:


Yes, I’m going to meet them at the airport tomorrow.

Barbara:


Do you speak Russian?

Ann:


No, I don’t. I only know some Russian words like “privet”, “spasibo”, “poka”. Barbara, you lived in Russia last year, didn’t you? What places of interest did you like best of all?

Barbara:

The capital of Russia, Moscow. I visited the Kremlin and Red Square and even the Bolshoi Theatre. I’ve got some photos of them too.

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Exercise 4. Listen, read and repeat.

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beautiful, new, future, usually fantastic, family, travel, capital,

famous, favourite, stadium, Great Britain, Wales

park, art, aren’t, far, postcard, partner

London, Londoner, much, lovely, country

England, Englishman, London, Scotland, Ireland

lion, dialogue, fire, Ireland, Northern Ireland

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Exercise 11. Listen and say what cities Julia Sherman and her family want to visit. What are the cities famous for?

Julia:


Hi, Lena. My family would like to spend our summer holiday in Russia. But we really don’t know where to go.

Lena:


Well, there are lots of interesting places in Russia to visit. Moscow is a beautiful city. It’s famous for its museums, monuments, and theatres.

Julia:


Yes, I’d like to see the Kremlin and Red Square. Last summer Martin visited St Petersburg. I would like to visit that city too.

Lena:


Great. St Petersburg is one of the most famous and interesting cities in the world. How many days would you like to stay in Russia?

Julia:


I think two weeks.

Lena:


Look! Here’s a present for you. It’s a colourful book about the most famous Russian cities. It’ll help you choose the most interesting places for you and your family to see.

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Exercise 13. Listen, read and repeat.

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capital, handmade, abbey, gallery now, town, house, about, founded

child, church, century, channel thing, third cathedral, 12th, 18th

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Section 2. Discovering places of interest

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Exercise 24. Listen to the announcement on the tourist boat. Say whether the following statements are true or false.

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Ladies and gentlemen! Welcome aboard our river boat. We are going to travel down the Thames. The Thames is the most famous English river. It flows through London and runs into the North Sea. The Thames is also the longest river in Great Britain. It’s wide and deep. It’s quite clean and there are a lot of fish in it. Look at those birds! They are looking for fish!

Travelling down the Thames we are going to see many places of interest: Westminster Abbey, The Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge, the London Eye, and Greenwich. Now, please, look to your right …

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Exercise 25. Listen, read and repeat the names of the places. Find them on the map.

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The Thames Westminster Abbey The Houses of Parliament

Big Ben The Tower of London Tower Bridge The London Eye

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Exercise 27. Listen and repeat. Then find the pairs of words which sound similar in Russian and in English.

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museum, gallery, theatre, stadium, park, parliament, history, abbey, monument, tourist, real, symbol, taxi, legend, traditional

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Exercise 33. Listen and say where the guide and the tourists decided to go first.

Janet:


Hello. I’m your guide. My name’s Janet.

Lena:


Hi! My name’s Lena.

Dima:


Hello. I’m Dima.

Janet:


I’m going to show you around London today. Is it your first visit to London?

Dima:


Yes, it’s our first visit and we’d like to see as many sights as possible.

Janet:


Great! Where would you like to go first?

Lena:


I think to Westminster Abbey or to the Tower. Or maybe we can start with the British Museum?

Dima:


Let’s begin with the Tower. I believe it’s one of the most interesting of all London’s museums.

Janet:


OK. It’s not far from here.

Lena:


How do we get there?

Janet:


We can just walk. The weather is fine, isn’t it? I’ll tell you about London, we’ll see some historical buildings and we’ll cross the famous Tower Bridge. I am sure you’ll enjoy our walk.

Dima:


Great.

Lena:


OK. Let’s walk to the Tower of London then.

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Exercise 34. Listen to the conversation once again. Complete the sentences.



Janet:


Hello. I’m your guide. My name’s Janet.

Lena:


Hi! My name’s Lena.

Dima:


Hello. I’m Dima.

Janet:


I’m going to show you around London today. Is it your first visit to London?

Dima:


Yes, it’s our first visit and we’d like to see as many sights as possible.

Janet:


Great! Where would you like to go first?

Lena:


I think to Westminster Abbey or to the Tower. Or maybe we can start with the British Museum?

Dima:


Let’s begin with the Tower. I believe it’s one of the most interesting of all of London’s museums.

Janet:


OK. It’s not far from here.

Lena:


How do we get there?

Janet:


We can just walk. The weather is fine, isn’t it? I’ll tell you about London, we’ll see some historical buildings and we’ll cross the famous Tower Bridge. I am sure you’ll enjoy our walk.

Dima:


Great.

Lena:


OK. Let’s walk to the Tower of London then.

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Exercise 42. Listen to the dialogue. You will hear students talking about London. As you listen to them, complete the following sentences. The first letters of the missing words will help you.

A:

How do you like London? Is it your first visit?

B:


Yes, I’m here for the first time. London is beautiful. It’s different from the other European capitals, isn’t it?

A:


Yes, I think London is one of the most interesting cities in the world. There are lots of places to see: famous museums, old cathedrals, historical monuments and green parks.

B:


True! Yesterday I visited the Tower of London, saw the Houses of Parliament, heard the voice of Big Ben, and took photos of Westminster Abbey and Tower Bridge.

A.


Did you see Buckingham Palace?

B:


Not yet. What is it famous for?

A:


It’s the palace where the British queen and her family live when they’re in London. Hundreds of tourists go to Buckingham Palace to see the Changing of the Guard.

B:


Really? I’ll go there tomorrow then. How can I get there?

A:

Just walk. It’s not far from here.

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Exercise 45. Here are four sentences from Dima’s letter. Read his letter once again and decide where to add the sentences. Mark the possible place in the text. Listen to the text and check if you were right.

Dima:

London Great Britain 1st March


Dear Jess,

I’m in London with my classmates. We’re having a great time. Lots to see and to visit in London! Let me tell you about our stay here.

On Monday, we visited the Tower of London and spent the whole day there. The Beefeater told us about the fortress and showed us the black ravens. I took lots of photos. Next to the Tower there’s the famous Tower Bridge. It opens to let ships go up and down the Thames. I was lucky to get photos of Tower Bridge when it was open, wasn’t I? I’ll show you sometime. Next day we went to Buckingham Palace and saw the Changing of the Guard. There were a lot of tourists there. Everyone wanted to see the royal guards and their huge fur hats. Imagine, there are more than 600 rooms in the palace and the royal family has got a cinema and a swimming pool in there.

We spent Wednesday in Greenwich. We went there on a boat. We visited the “Prime Meridian”, the imaginary (воображаемая) line that divides the world into east and west. Fantastic place! I’ve got a certificate showing that I visited the “Prime Meridian”.

Yesterday it was rainy and windy, so we went to the British Museum. You collect coins, don’t you? I bought a special souvenir for you there. Hope, you’ll like it. Today it’s sunny and warm and we’re going to the London Eye.

Well, I must go now. It’s time to leave.

Best wishes,

Dima


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Section 3. Excuse me, can you …?

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Exercise 48. Listen and say where the tourist is going.

Tourist (female):

Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to Trafalgar Square?

Policeman (male):

Oh, of course! It’s very easy. Can you see that wide street over there?

Tourist (female):

Yes.

Policeman (male):

Go along that street. It will lead you to Trafalgar Square.

Tourist (female):

Thank you very much.

Policeman (male):

You’re welcome. Have a nice day.

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Exercise 53. Listen, read and repeat.

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monument, sorry, column, top, bottom

founded, town, house, about, crown, fountain

London, country, cultural, colourful, wonderful

can, column, colourful, cultural, Christmas

centre, central, century, cinema, place, palace

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Exercise 54. Listen and repeat. Find the pairs which sound similar in Russian and in English.

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Monument column tourist photo December centre fountain

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Exercise 58. Listen and repeat. Look at the pictures and match the countries with the places. Say what the place where you live (your village, town, city) is famous for.

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Great Britain – The Houses of Parliament / Big Ben

The USA – The Statue of Liberty

Australia – The Sydney Opera House

Russia – The Kremlin

India – the Taj Mahal

China – the Great Wall of China

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Exercise 60. Listen, read and act out.

Boy:

Have you ever been to a museum in London?

Girl:

Yes, I have. I went to the British Museum two days ago.

Boy:

Oh, did you? I haven’t been there. Is it worth visiting?

Girl:

Yes, certainly.

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Exercise 68. Listen, read and learn the poem.

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Little Girl

Little girl, little girl,

Where have you been?

I’ve been to see grandmother

Over the green.

What did she give you?

Milk in a can.

What did you say for it?

Thank you, Gran.

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Exercise 69. Listen, read and repeat.

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wax, waxworks, madam, actor, statue buy, sight, writer, scientist, pipe

largest, art, star, artist, dancer ancient, collection, politician, musician

character, chemistry exercise, exhibition, waxworks

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Section 4. Just for fun

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Exercise 75. Listen to the phone conversation. Say where

Katya has already been to. Say what those places are famous for.

Jim:


Hello, Katya!

Katya:


Hi, Jim!

Jim:


How are you? Do you like London?

Katya:


Oh, yes! It’s a wonderful city! There are lots of places to visit here.

Jim:


Have you been to the Tower?

Katya:


Yes, I have. We spent three hours in the White Tower. We had a great time. I took lots of photos.

Jim:


Where else have you been to?

Katya:.


We’ve been to the Sherlock Holmes Museum and to the Science Museum.

Jim:


What are your plans for today? What’s the weather like?

Katya:


It’s fine and warm today. We’re going to the London Eye. I hope I’ll get an exciting bird’s-eye view of London.

Jim:


Great! Have a nice day! Write to me about your impressions this evening.

Katya:


OK. Goodbye!

Jim:

Bye!

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Exercise 76. Listen, read and repeat.

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we, metres, dream, wheel, people, Jubilee hi, eye, London Eye, kind, high, inside also, slow, slowly, photo, show soon, souvenir, true

some, puppet, comfortable, lucky, mug bridge, giant, Jubilee, enjoy, joke

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Exercise 83. Listen and check your answers.

Tourist (male):


The Ostankino Tower is an ancient fortress, isn’t it?

Guide (female):

No, it’s not. It’s a modern television and radio tower.

Tourist (male):


Is it high?

Guide (female):

Yes, it is. It’s 540 metres high. It’s a member of the “World Federation of Great Towers”.

Tourist (male):


Why do you call it “The Ostankino Tower”?

Guide (female):

The Tower got its name from the Ostankino district of Moscow where it’s situated.

Tourist (male):


Is it possible to get inside the Tower?

Guide (female):

Oh yes. The lift takes tourists to the observation deck.

Tourist (male):


Why do people visit the Tower?

Guide (female):

So they can enjoy a bird’s-eye view of Moscow. There is also a “Glass Floor” so people, if they are brave enough, can even admire Moscow from under their feet.

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Exercise 88. Listen to Martin and Paul talking about London.

Answer the following questions.

Paul:


Next week I’m going to London for three days. What do you think I should see first?

Martin:


Gosh! Only three days? There are so many things to see and so many places to visit in London! Are you interested in any churches and cathedrals? Would you like to visit any historic places like that?

Paul:


Not really! I’d like to see something unusual. Any ideas?

Martin:


Hmm… You could go to Madame Tussaud’s and spend a night in the Science Museum.

Paul:


Those are great ideas! Anything else?

Martin:


You can also get a fantastic view of London from the London Eye or visit one of London’s parks. Londoners are proud of their lovely parks and gardens.

Paul:

OK. Thanks.

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Section 5. Have you ever walked in London’s parks?

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Exercise 113. Read the list of things the Russian students wanted to do in London. Listen and say what they have already done and what they haven’t done yet.

Pavel:


Hi, Jane! This is Pavel speaking.

Jane:


Hi, Pavel! How are you? How is London?

Pavel:


Fantastic! We’re having a great time here!

Jane:


Tell me about it! Where have you been already?

Pavel:


Well, we’ve been to the Tower. That was the first thing we did.

Jane:


Have you seen Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament yet?

Pavel:

Yes, we have and we’ve heard the famous bells.

Jane:

Wonderful! And have you travelled on London’s famous big red buses?

Pavel:

Yes, we had a city tour on one.

Jane:


Great! What else have you done?

Pavel:

We’ve just gone on the London Eye. Everyone enjoyed the trip and the great view of London. I’ve taken a lot of photos.

Jane:

Good! What are you going to do today?

Pavel:


We haven’t decided yet. But I’d like to go to Regent’s Park to visit the London Zoo.

Jane:


Oh, yes. I remember that you like animals. I’m sure you’ll find the London Zoo really interesting.

Pavel:


Yes. OK, then. Greetings from London. Bye!

Jane:


See you soon!

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Exercise 115. Listen, read and repeat.

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London, Londoners, among, Buckingham Palace

park, Regent's Park, garden, Kensington Gardens, plants , grass

around, playground, without, proud, outdoor

find, tiger, crocodile, Hyde Park, wild, horse-riding

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Section 6. I’d like to invite you to a party

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Exercise 122. Listen to the phone conversation. Say where Julia has invited her Russian friends.

Julia:


Hello! This is Julia speaking.

Oleg:


Hi, Julia!

Julia:


I’m going to have a party on Sunday. I’d love it if you and Tanya could come.

Oleg:


How nice! Thank you for the invitation. We’d love to come. At what time?

Julia:


At 4 o’clock, 20 Green Street. I’m going to send you an invitation by email.

Oleg:


Great! Thanks.

Julia:


Oleg, could you bring some CDs with modern Russian pop-music?

Oleg:


Sure. I’ll do that.

Julia:


Thanks. See you on Sunday.

Oleg:

Bye-bye.

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Exercise 123. Listen to the conversation again. Complete the invitation letter for Oleg and Tanya.

Julia:


Hello! This is Julia speaking.

Oleg:


Hi, Julia!

Julia:


I’m going to have a party on Sunday. I’d love it if you and Tanya could come.

Oleg:


How nice! Thank you for the invitation. We’d love to come. At what time?

Julia:


At 4 o’clock, 20 Green Street. I’m going to send you an invitation by email.

Oleg:


Great! Thanks.

Julia:


Oleg, could you bring some CDs with modern Russian pop-music?

Oleg:


Sure. I’ll do that.

Julia:


Thanks. See you on Sunday.

Oleg:

Bye-bye.

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Exercise 128. Listen to the recording and check your answers.

Ann:

Vicky:

Ann:

Vicky:


Ann:

Vicky:


Ann:

Vicky:


Did you stay at home last weekend?

No, I went to Julia’s party.

Really? Did you enjoy the party?

Yes, it was great. There were a lot of guests.

Julia invited her Russian friends too.

What did you do?

We had a barbecue in the garden, danced and played music. I took a lot of photos. Have a look!

How nice. And who’s that boy and that girl next to Julia?

That’s Oleg and Tanya.

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Exercise 130. Listen, read and repeat.

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sweet, cheese, eat, tea, Easter biscuit, chips, drink, pizza, Christmas

like, knife, time, pie, kind, slice lunch, butter, bun, Mother’s Day

put, look, full, pudding know, slow, home, roll

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Exercise 137. Listen and read the poem. Learn it and try to do what it says at home.

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Helping Mother

Help your mother set the table

With a knife and fork and spoon.

Help your mother set the table

Every afternoon.

Help your mother clear the table

Take the knife and spoon.

Help your mother clear the table

Morning, night and noon.

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Section 7. Talking about famous people

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Exercise 143. Listen and repeat the names of the famous people. Say what these people are famous for. Use the Cultural Guide if necessary.

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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle William Turner William Shakespeare

Daniel Defoe Charlie Chaplin John R. Tolkien

Charles Darwin John Lennon Mark Twain

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Exercise 151. Listen to the interview. Alex and Alice are talking about their favourite writers and books. Complete the sentences.

Correspondent:


Alex, do you like to read?

Alex:


Yes, I do. I like to read detective stories and adventure novels.

Correspondent:


And who is your favourite writer?

Alex:


Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. I admire his amazing stories about Sherlock Holmes and his friend.

Correspondent:


So, Sherlock Holmes is your favourite character, is he? Why?

Alex:


Elementary, my dear Watson.” Holmes is a strong man and very clever too. He is a true friend. And his life is full of adventures.

Correspondent:


And you, Alice? Do you like Sherlock Holmes?

Alice:


I have read some of his stories. But I like fantasy books and fairy tales better.

Correspondent:


Really? Who’s your favourite writer, then?

Alice:


I like to read Tolkien’s novels about hobbits and magicians. I think they’re amazing. There are so many adventures and unusual characters in his novels.

Correspondent:


Have you read “The Lord of the Rings”?

Alice:


Of course! I read it again recently.

Correspondent:


Fantastic! It’s not an easy read, is it? I’m proud of you.

Alice:

Thank you.

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PROGRESS CHECK Part I Listening

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Задание 1. Послушай четыре диалога, отметь, где они происходят. Заполни таблицу.



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Dialogue 1

Tourist (male):

Excuse me, could you tell me how to get to the British Museum?

Tourist (female):

Sorry, I’m afraid I can’t. You’d better ask a policeman.

Tourist (male):

OK. Thank you.

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Dialogue 2

Guide (Jess):

Welcome, guests! My name is Jess. I will be your guide. Today we’re going to see an interesting exhibition of animals. We have lots of amazing activities to offer you.

Boy:

Can the children take part in these activities?

Guide (Jess):

Of course. I think they will enjoy them the most.

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Dialogue 3

Boy:

Look! What a funny monkey in the tree over there! May I give it a banana? Monkeys love bananas.

Guide (Jess):

I’m afraid not. Tourists are not allowed to feed the animals. Take a photo of it instead.

Boy:

Good idea!

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Dialogue 4

Waiter:

Good morning!

Young woman:

Good morning! Can I have a cup of coffee, please?

Waiter:

Sure. Anything else?

Young woman:

No, thanks.

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Задание 2. Послушай рассказ о Стефане. Отметь картинки, которые соответствуют его содержанию.

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A. What did Stéphane do in the morning?

Stéphane (a 20-year- old Frenchman):

I’m Stéphane. I’m from France. This year I’m studying at Cambridge University. I visited London at the weekend. In the morning I decided to walk to the centre of London. The weather was fine and I came across a large park. An old man was walking his dog. I stopped at a nice lake and watched the ducks. Grey squirrels ran between the trees. Tourists took photos of the birds and squirrels. Then I continued on my way.

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B. What did Stéphane have for breakfast?

Stéphane (a 20-year- old Frenchman):

I went into a café. I was a little bit hungry and decided to have breakfast. I sat at a table and asked for a cup of coffee and a cheese sandwich. A young woman with a little boy sat at the table nearest to me.There was a cup of tea and a big piece of cake in front of the boy. The boy smiled and said to me: “Bon appétit!” “Thank you!” I answered.

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C. What did Stéphane buy in the shop?

Stéphane (a 20-year -old Frenchman):

After breakfast I decided to buy a present for my English friend. I went into a shop. I couldn’t decide what to buy: a book or some paints. My friend likes reading. And he’s also a good artist. I saw a lot of books to my left and a lot of paints to my right. Then I looked straight ahead and saw a chess set on the shelf. I decided to buy the chess set and teach my friend to play.

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D. Where did Stéphane spend the evening?

Stéphane (a 20-year- old Frenchman):

In the evening I went to visit my English friend. We were happy to see each other. I gave the present to my friend. My friend was surprised by the present because he couldn’t play chess. But I promised to teach him. We didn’t want to stay at home that evening. My friend suggested that we go to the theatre to see a new performance. I thought that was a very good idea. We were in a hurry and didn’t have time to have a cup of tea in café so we decided to have a snack in the theatre.

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UNIT 4 LEARNING MORE ABOUT EACH OTHER

Section 1. May I ask you a question?

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Exercise 1. Listen to the interview with Jess Hassett, a student at East Square London School. Say what you have learnt about her.

Correspondent:


Jess, may I ask you a few questions?

Jess:


Yes, certainly.

Correspondent:


Do you speak any foreign languages?

Jess:


Yes, French.

Correspondent:


And what are your hobbies?

Jess:


Theatre and music.

Correspondent:


Do you play a musical instrument?

Jess:


Yes, I play the guitar.

Correspondent:


Have you got a lot of friends?

Jess:


Yes, lots, but only one close friend.

Correspondent:


Have you got any foreign penfriends?

Jess:


Yes. I’ve got one in Russia. Her name’s Katya. She came to London with the group of Russian school children last week. I’m very happy because she’s staying with me now.

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Exercise 2. Listen and repeat. Find and read the pairs of words which sound similar in Russian and English.

Student, interview, correspondent, information, hobby, musical, instrument, group, theatre, guitar, typical, manager, humour, serious, local

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Section 2. Getting on well with the family

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Exercise 14. Listen, read and act out the story.

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Sally, Timmy and Billy wanted to make their grandpa happy. Sally said:

Sally:

I’m first in Maths.

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Timmy said:

Timmy:

I’m first in the English language, Grandpa.

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Then Grandpa asked little Billy:

Grandpa:

What are you first in, Billy?

Billy:

Well, I’m the first one out of the door when the bell rings.

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Exercise 17. Listen, read and repeat.

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friendly, athletic, intelligent, independent

dad, granny, activity, athletic, tactful

butterfly, loving, understanding

amazing, opinion, polite, obedient

strong, optimistic, responsible, hospitable

tall, formal, talkative, naughty

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Exercise 23. Listen, repeat and learn the poem.

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Get on well with your sister!

Don’t ever kick your sister.

Don’t slap her on the chin.

Don’t shout at her “Silly!”

Don’t do such an awful thing!


Don’t put a “Kick Me!” poster

On your sister’s back.

Don’t take a little mouse

Don’t put it in her bag.


Don’t take a plastic spider

Don’t put it on her head.

Don’t leave your dirty trainers

Inside your sister’s bed.


Don’t do this to your sister

For if you ever do

I’m sure she may also

Do something worse to you!

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Exercise 24. Listen and repeat. Arrange the words in pairs of opposites.

kind, polite, unfriendly, cruel, obedient, clever, naughty, non-athletic, friendly, rude, silly, stupid, noisy, athletic, quiet, wise, tactful, impolite

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Exercise 27. Listen, repeat and learn the poem.

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Our Family Comes from Around the World

Our family comes

From around the world

Our hair is straight

Our hair is curled

Our eyes are brown

Our eyes are blue

Our skin is a different colour too.

We’re girls and boys

We’re big and small

We’re young and old

We’re short and tall.

We’re everything

That we can be

And still we are

A family.

We laugh and cry

We work and play

We help each other

Every day.

The world is a lovely place to be

Because we are a family.

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Exercise 30. Listen and repeat. Guess the meaning of un_, im_, in_, non_

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friendly — unfriendly real — unreal usual — unusual

happy — unhappy pleasant — unpleasant athletic — non-athletic correct – incorrect possible — impossible lucky — unlucky

polite — impolite

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Section 3. You have got a pet, haven’t you?

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Exercise 47. Listen and repeat the tongue twister.

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A wise old owl”

A wise old owl lived in an oak.

The more he saw the less he spoke.

The less he spoke the more he heard.

Why can’t we all be like that wise old bird?

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Section 5. What are you going to be?

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Exercise 69. Listen, repeat and learn the poem.

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What Are You Going to Be?

What are you going to be?

What are you going to be?

I’ll be a teacher,

That’s the life for me.


What are you going to be?

What are you going to be?

I’ll be a firefighter,

That’s the life for me.

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Exercise 70. Listen, repeat and remember.

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Occupations / Jobs:

nurse, librarian, lawyer, dentist, engineer, computer programmer, farmer, worker, office worker, housewife, taxi driver, businessman, postwoman, postman, fireman, police officer, doctor, architect, pilot, vet, mechanic, teacher, scientist, gardener, sportsman, sportwoman, manager, correspondent, writer, poet, artist, actor, journalist.

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Exercise 72. Listen to the interview. Say what Martin’s parents do and what Martin wants his job to be.

Correspondent:


Martin, could I ask you a few questions about your family?

Martin:


Yes, of course.

Correspondent:


What would you say your family is like?

Martin:


Well, we get on well with each other and we all have a good sense of humour.

Correspondent:


What do your parents do?

Martin:


My mum’s a doctor and my dad’s a lawyer.

Correspondent:


Martin, how would you describe yourself? What are your main characteristics?

Martin:


Well, I think I’m not very talkative but I am sociable, creative and independent.

Correspondent:


Have you got any brothers or sisters?

Martin:


I’ve got two sisters – twins. They’re four years old.

Correspondent:


Do you get on well with them?

Martin:


Yes, I usually do. They’re still very small and curious.

Correspondent:


What are you going to be?

Martin:

I’m not sure. Perhaps a writer or possibly a journalist.

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Exercise 79. Listen to Mr Hopkins and Mrs Rogers talking about their jobs. Guess what they do.

Michael Hopkins:

I’m Michael Hopkins. I’m from Scotland. I work outdoors almost the whole year round. It’s nice in summer but not so good in winter. My working day begins at 6 a.m. I work both on weekdays and at weekends. My wife and two sons help me. We have lots of animals, such as sheep and cows. We work in the fields. I’m very busy but I really like my job. What am I?

Sara Rogers:


I’m Sara Rogers. I live in Bath. I work from 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. I don’t work at weekends or on public holidays. There are a lot of different books, newspapers and magazines at my workplace. I work with both books and people. And I always try to be friendly and polite. I help people to find books and magazines. My favourite part of the job is to answer questions about modern writers and their novels. I love my job. I think it’s very important.

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PROGRESS CHECK Part I Listening


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Задание 1. Послушай рассказы детей и догадайся, кем они хотят стать.

Girl 1:

I like reading very much. That’s why I want to work with books and people too. At my workplace there will be a lot of different books, newspapers and magazines. And I’ll always try to be friendly and polite with people. I think it’s interesting to answer questions about writers and their books. I’ll help people to find the books and magazines they need. I think my future job is very important, especially for people who like to read.

Girl 2:

I want to be responsible for people’s health. I will treat people if their lives are in danger, they are hurt or they have a high temperature. I want to help people to feel better as soon as possible. I’ll try to be friendly, tactful and polite with sick people. I’ll try to get on well with them. Mum says I have a good sense of humour. I hope it will help me in my future job.

Boy 1:

In my job, I’m going to protect people, their homes and their things from criminals. Of course, it’s going to be a dangerous job. I want to catch all the thieves I can. I want to always arrive at the scene just in time to stop the thieves. People will always be happy to see me. My friends say that I’m very brave and tough to want this job but I think it’s very important to keep people safe.

Boy 2:

It’s much easier for me to work with computers than to talk to people. This is because I’m not a very talkative or sociable person. I want to create new programs for computers. Nowadays computer programs help us do experiments in science, create new technologies and make new machines. They help people to do many different things in their everyday lives. For example, they can help save lives; protect people’s health, control cars and planes, and so on. I think my future job is very important .

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Задание 2. Послушай разговор Джейн и корреспондента. Ответь на вопросы. Отметь верный ответ.

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A. What languages does Jane speak very well?

Correspondent:

Jane, may I ask you a few questions?

Jane:


Yes, certainly.

Correspondent:


Do you like to study foreign languages?

Jane:


Yes, I like studying foreign languages. I can speak French very well.

Correspondent:


What foreign languages are you going to study next?

Jane:


I am going to study German next year. My penfriend is from Germany.

Correspondent:


What other foreign languages would you like to study in the future?

Jane:

I would like to study Spanish. I like to spend my holidays in Spain.


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B. What is Jane’s hobby?


Correspondent:


What are your hobbies? Do you collect stamps or cards?

Jane:


Oh, no! I don’t like collecting anything. But I do have a hobby.

Correspondent:


What hobby have you got then?

Jane:

I like travelling with my parents very much. My father likes taking photos.

Correspondent:


What countries would you like to visit?

Jane:


Germany and Argentina.

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C. What is Jane going to be?

Correspondent:


Jane, you like foreign languages and travelling. Are you going to be a journalist?

Jane :


I don’t think so. My mum wants me to be a teacher. My father wants me to be a doctor.

Correspondent:


What about you? What do you want?

Jane:



I like dancing very much. I would like to be a famous dancer. I would visit lots of countries and speak lots of different foreign languages.

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D. Has Jane got any brothers or sisters?

Correspondent:

Jane, could you tell me something about your family?


Jane:


Yes, of course. We’re a close family. My mum is a French teacher and my dad is a doctor.

Correspondent:


Have you got any brothers or sisters?

Jane:


Yes, I’ve got a younger sister.

Correspondent:


Do you get on well with her?

Jane:


Usually I do. But sometimes she’s very naughty. And she likes to wear my dresses. That’s why I would rather not have a younger sister.























After Summer

Revision Test


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Enjoy English - Grade 5 Textbook for Secondary Schools

Titul Publishers, 2011. All rights reserved.

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Revision Test Exercise 1 Dialogue 1


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Dialogue 1

Andrea

Paul, what is your favourite season?

Paul

I like summer best.

Andrea

And why is that?

Paul

Because I can live on the farm with my granny, fly my kite and play football all day long.

Andrea

Can you ride horses there?

Paul

No, there are no horses on my granny’s farm.

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Dialogue 2

Andrea

Paul, the lessons are over. Lets go home.


Paul (The bell is ringing, classroom noise)

Sorry, Andrea, I can’t. I’ve lost my textbook. Where is my textbook?


Andrea

I think it’s under the desk. Look for it there!

Paul

No, it isnt there.

Andrea

Then it must be behind the chair.

Paul

Behind the chair? No, it isn’t there either.

Andrea

What about in your bag?

Paul

Ah! Right! Here it is! My textbook is in the bag. Thanks. Lets go!

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Dialogue 3

Paul

Andrea, when is your birthday?

Andrea

When the weather is cold and snowy…

Paul

Oh, right. In January or February?

Andrea

No, when Santa Claus comes.

Paul

Oh, I see! On the 25th of December! That’s great!

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Exercise 2

Paul

Hello! My name is Paul. I am from Oxford. I live in a house. Our house isn’t very big. But I’ve got a room of my own. My room is small but nice. There is a window, a bed and a desk with a computer. Look at the walls of my room! There are a lot of my own pictures. I like drawing very much. There are a lot of books on the bookshelves because my favourite subject at school is Literature.

Can you guess which room is mine?



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