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Творчі вправи

та

тестові завдання

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«My Family and Friends»


зhello_html_5dd58721.jpgа підручником

Аhello_html_me509275.jpgлли Несвіт

«We Learn English, 5»




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Соледар

2008



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НОТАЦІЯ


hello_html_m11aa44c0.pngЗбірник «Творчі вправи та тестові завдання» (Наталія Подзерка, Олена Кашеварова, Юлія Тонконог) до підручника для 5-го класу загальноосвітніх навчальних закладів «Ми вивчаємо англійську мову» Алли Несвіт складається з трьох розділів: аудіювання – 13 вправ, читання – 11 вправ, лексика та граматика – 15 вправ. Кожний із розділів поділений на рівні: середній А 1, достатній А 2, високий В 1. Даний збірник складено згідно з програмою «Програма для загальноосвітніх навчальних закладів, 2-12 класи» Київ, «Перун», 2005.

Автори збірника переконані, що різноманітні тестові та творчі завдання сприятимуть легшому засвоєнню теми, зроблять заняття цікавішими. Творчі вправи стимулюють мовну активність учнів, перетворюють їх на активних учасників обговорення. Тестові завдання дають можливість перевірити розуміння тексту та рівень мовних навичок і умінь учнів, здатність висловлювати власні судження з певних проблем в різних ситуаціях. Використовуючи цей збірник в процесі навчання вчитель зможе сформувати комунікативну, соціокультурну, лінгвістичну, креативну, мовну та мовленнєву компетенцію.

Даний збірник призначений для вчителів англійської мови та учнів 5-х класів загальноосвітніх шкіл.





















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1. Annotation …………………………………………………………………. 2

2. Listening Comprehension………………………………………………….. 4

3. Reading Comprehension …………………………………………………..11

4. The Use of English…………………………………………………………17

5. References………………………………………………………………….22












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istening Comprehension

UNIT 2. My Family and Friends

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LESSON 3. How Do They Look Like?


Listen to the text and do the tasks.



TOM AND BILL

Tom and Bill are friends. The boys are 10, they are in the 5th form. Bill is tall and thin. He has got dark straight hair and big blue eyes. Bill is going in for sport, he likes basketball and tennis. Tom is different from Bill, his hair is curly and fair. And he has got dark brown eyes. He is short. Tom’s hobby is drawing, Tom doesn’t like sport, he prefers to read books and to watch interesting TV- programmes. The both boys are friendly, kind-hearted and sociable. They can always find something to do together.

 

Suggested Level A1

 1. Listen to the text and fill in the table with the words and word-combinations:

 Tall, short, thing, dark hair, curly hair, fair hair, straight hair, blue eyes, brown eyes, likes sport, likes books, likes to draw.

 

Tom

Bill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 Keys:

Tom: short, curly hair, fair hair, brown eyes, likes books, likes to draw;

Bill: tall, thin, dark hair, straight hair, blue eyes, likes sport.

 

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2. True or false?
  1. Tom and Bill are friends;

  2. The boys are the pupils of the 6th form;

  3. Bill is tall, his hair is dark and straight;

  4. Tom is short, he has got big grey eyes;

  5. Bill is going in for sport;

  6. Tom is fond of reading;

  7. Bill likes tennis and basketball;

  8. Tom likes to watch TV;

  9. The boys are kind-hearted;

  10. Tom doesn’t like to spend free time with Bill.

 

Keys: 1)+; 2)-; 3)+; 4)-; 5)+; 6)+; 7)+; 8)+; 9)+; 10)-.

 

3. Look at the picture. There are different things on it. Which are Tom’s things and which things belong to Bill ?

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Suggested Level A2

Listen to the text and choose the word-combinations you’ve heard in the text:

-in the 5th form; -fat and short;

-tall and thin; -dark straight hair;

-short curly hair; -big green eyes;

-curly fair hair; -football matches;

-ugly and skinny; -friendly and sociable.

 

Keys: in the 5th form, tall and thin, curly fair hair, dark straight hair, friendly and sociable.

 

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Suggested Level B1:



1. Complete the sentences with the word:

 

1) Tom and Bill are…

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a) 5th b)6th c)4th 3) Bill s eyes are big and …
a) grey b) green c) blue 4) Bill is going in for…
a) tennis b) running c) football 5) Tom s hair is curly and…
a) fair b) dark c) brown 6) Tom has got dark … eyes.
a) brown b) green c) blue 7) Tom doesn’t like …
a) books b) sport c)school 8) The boys are kind-hearted, sociable and…
a) noisy b) friendly c) helpful 9) Tom and Bill are … years old
a) 10 b) 11 c) 12 10) They always find something to…
a) read b) watch c) do



2. Imagine that you are Tom( Bill) , describe your friend Bill ( Tom).





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ESSON 6. The Way to Have a Friend 


Listen to the dialogue and do the tasks.


My New Pen-friends

Andrew: This summer I was at the camp and made friends with Peter and Dima.

Ann: How old are they?

Andrew: Peter is 11, he is a pupil of the 5th form. He is from Kiev. Dima is his

classmate. He is 11 too.

Ann: Can you tell me about them?

Andrew: Of course. Peter and Dima are cheerful and lovely. Peter knows many

funny stories. It is so fun to listen to him. He likes good jokes. Dima is

never dull. He is full of ideas. Dmitriy knows a lot of games. We had a

wonderful time together.

Ann: Will they write you letters to Donetsk?

Andrew: Yes, we are going to be pen-friends. I think it will be interesting.



Suggested Level A1:

 


1. Listen to the dialogue and match the pairs according to the dialogue:


1) Dmitriy a) likes funny stories and good jokes;


2) Andrew b) lives in Kiev, likes to play games;


3) Peter c) lives in Donetsk, likes to write letters.


 

Keys: 1b), 2c), 3a).


 


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uggested Level A2



2. Listen to the dialogue and guess whom are these statements about:


  1. He is 11. He studies at the 5th form. He is cheerful. He can tell you many
    different stories. He has a sense of humor.

b) He lives in Donetsk. Ann, Peter and Dima are his friends.
He wants to have pen-friends.

c) He is from Kiev. Peter is his classmate. He is fond of interesting games.

Keys: a) Peter; b) Andrew; c) Dmitriy.



  Suggested Level B1:



1. Listen to the dialogue. Complete the following short dialogues according to the main one:



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Ann: How old is he? Where does he live?

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Ann: Where did you meet him?

___________________

Ann: Are you going to be pen-friends?

___________________




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ESSON 9. My Sisters and Brothers


Listen to the text and do the tasks.


Little Sister


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little sister Alice. She is only 8. Alice is the youngest in our
family. Alice is a good-looking girl. She is like a beautiful
princess. Alice is tall, thin, she has got long curly hair and big
blue eyes. She looks like our mother. My little sister is very kind, she has got a lot of friends. Last year Alice went to school
to the 1st class. She is a great lover of nature. Her hobby is collecting pictures of birds and animals. My sister is a good musician. She can play the piano and sing well. Alice is little, but she is a real friend. She is always ready to help.

 

Suggested Level A1


  1. Listen to the text about Alice and tick the right answers with “+”

 Alice

Likes nature

Reads books

Collects pictures

Sings well

Watches TV

Likes music








 

2. Agree or disagree:

 

  1. Alice is Den’s little sister;

  2. Alice is 10;

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  4. The girl has got long curly hair and blue eyes;

  5. Alice looks like her father;

  6. She likes nature and collects pictures of animals;

  7. The girl is a good musician;

  8. She can play the guitar well;

  9. Alice is not an attractive girl;

  10. She has got a lot of friends.

 

Keys: a) +; b) -; c) -; d) +; e) -; f) +; g) +; h)-; i) -; j) +.





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uggested Level A2

 

1. Read the sentences. Choose those describing Alice.

1. Den is Alice’s brother. 2. She is his elder sister.



3. The girl is tall and thin. 4. She looks like her father.



5. She has got long curly hair. 6. Alice is a great lover of nature.



7. Her hobby is collecting stamps. 8. Den’s sister is a good musician.



9. She can play the piano. 10. She is a real friend.



Keys : 1, 3, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10.

 

 Suggested Level B1

 

  1. Put the sentences in the correct order and read them.

  1. Lhello_html_2cc17998.gifast year the girl went to school;

  2. Alice is only 8;

  3. Alice likes nature and music;

  4. She can play the piano and sing well;

  5. She is a good-looking girl.

 Keys: 2,5,1,3,4.



2. Listen to the text and fill in the form with the brief information about Alice. Try to draw her portrait.



Name and surname

 

Age

 

Class

 

Appearance (eyes, hair)

 

Family (its members)

 

Traits of character

 

Hobby

 

 



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eading Comprehension


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LESSON 5. My New Friends


Read the text and do the tasks.

A New Friend
(After Folly Putnam)
It was January. Wind snow blew hard on the windows. The door opened, and the girl walked in and stood near the door. She wore a furry blue coat.
Miss Alison, the teacher, spoke to her. Then she said, “Class, this is our new girl. Her name is Helen Taylor.” Miss Alison pointed to the desk in front of Jane. “Sit there, Helen.”
Jane smiled when Helen sat down and Helen didn’t smile back. She even didn’t turn around all morning. At noon Jane took Helen for lunch.
“Will you eat with us?” Jane asked. Helen only shook her head and went to a table by herself.
Jane and her friends sat at a table together. They talked about a new girl.
“Why doesn’t she want to make friends?” asked Jane.
“Maybe, she is shy,” said Dan.
“If we are nice to her, she’ll soon be our friend,” said Ann.
Jane, Dan, and Ann helped Helen. Jane gave Helen a pencil and a ruler. Dan helped her to take out a book in the school library. Ann took Helen to the school gym. They played happily together.
Helen said, “Thank you,” and smiled at her new friends. She was not going to be lonely in this new school!



Suggested Level A1

1. Choose the right variant of the three and finish the sentences

1. It was …

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2. Jane smiled and Helen…

a) didn’t smile b) smiled c) cried

3. At noon Jane took Helen …

a) for breakfast b) for dinner c) for lunch

4. Children talked about…

a) a new girl b) a new dog c) a new boy

5. Jane gave Helen…

a) a pen b) a pencil c) a pencil and a ruler

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. Dan helped her …

a) to do homework b)to make new friends

c) to take out a book in the school library

7. Ann took Helen …

a) to the school gym b)to the canteen c)to the school yard


Keys : 1b 2a 3c 4a 5c 6c 7a


Suggested Level A2

Find the sentences that correspond to the text and translate them.

1) Вона була одягнена у хутрове синє пальто.

2) Місс Елісон вказала на парту перед Джейн.

3) Елен тільки покачала головою у відповідь та сіла за столик сама.

4) Вони говорили про нову дівчинку.

5) «Напевно вона сором’язлива», сказав Ден.

6) Вони грали весело разом.

7) Вона не збиралась бути самотньою в цій новій школі.


Keys :


1. She wore a furry blue coat. 2. Miss Alison pointed to the desk in front of Jane.

3. Helen only shook her head and went to the table by herself.

4. They talked about a new girl.

5. ”Maybe, she is shy”, said Dan.

6. They played happily together.

7. She was not going to be lonely in this new school.


Suggested Level B1

Ahello_html_m77464760.pngnswer the questions on the text.

1. What did the girl wear?

2. What is Miss Alison?

3. Helen came to a new school in spring, didn’t she?

4. Did the new pupil sit down at the desk in front of Jane?

5. Was Helen very happy at first?

6. Who helped Helen?

7. Why did children help Helen?

8. Was Helen lonely in her new school?



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ESSON 7. People in the Family


Read the text and do the tasks.



My Pen-Friend’s Family


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My pen-friend’s name is Jim Taylor. He is from the USA. He lives in Washington, DC. There are six people in the family: mum, dad, three sons, Peter, Tony and Jim, and a daughter called Beth. Peter and Tony are elder than Jim. Peter is the eldest, but Tony is taller than Peter. Tony is two years younger than Peter, though. Beth is as tall as Jim. Beth is lively and cheerful. Mrs Taylor says that her daughter is the most helpful child in the family. Mr Taylor says that she is the noisiest. Jim and Tony go in for sports. They are hard-working and train a lot. They participate in many sport competitions but never boast about their results. Peter is very smart. He is more intelligent than his brothers. He is full of ideas. Mr and Mrs Taylor are very proud of him.
The Taylors think that they are the happiest family in the world. They have got many relatives and friends in other states of the USA. They are very attentive to each other, spend much time together and keep their family traditions.





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uggested Level A1

Say if the statements are true or false.

1. My pen-friend is from Canada.

2. There are six people in the family.

3. Tony is smaller than Peter.

4. Beth is taller than Jim.

5. Jim and Tony are hard-working boys.

6. Jim is more intelligent than his brothers.

7. The Taylors are the happiest family in the world.

8. They keep their family traditions.


Keys : 1-, 2+, 3- , 4- , 5+, 6-, 7+, 8+.


Suggested Level A2

Who are they?

1) Elder than Jim 2) Taller than Peter

3) Lively and cheerful 4) The noisiest

5) Hard-working 6) More intelligent than his brothers

7) The happiest family in the world


Keys : 1-Peter and Tony, 2- Tony, 3-Beth, 4- Beth,

5-Jim and Tony, 6-Peter, 7-the Taylors.

Suggested Level B1

1. Finish the sentences with the information given in the text.


1) My pen-friend’s name is ...

2) He lives in ...

3) There are six people in the family...

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5) Beth is lively and ...

6) Jim and Tony ...

7) Peter is ...

8) The Taylors have got ...

9) They are ...


2. Write out the words reffering to :


1) Peter

2) Tony

3) Jim

4) Beth

5) Mr. and Mrs. Taylor

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ESSON 9. My Sisters and Brothers


Read the text and do the tasks.


Little Sister
(After Barbara Botner)


“I can’t wait until next week,” said Mary.
“I can,” said Lily. “What an occasion! Your birthday is coming and that’s make mum and dad busy all the time! I am having a birthday next week, too. You are six and I’ll be eight! Nobody even thinks of me because I’m a big sister! It’s no fun being the big sister! If I fall, I mustn’t cry. If you fall, you can cry. If I want to sit on daddy’s lap, he tells me that I’m too big. If you want to sit on daddy’s lap, you can climb up and go to sleep. It’s not fair.’ I want to be the little sister!”
“Okay,” said Mary. “I’ll be your big sister, then.”
First they did the rabbit puzzle. Lily dropped the pieces all over.
“You have to pick them up. You are the big sister,” Lily said.
Then Lily jumped the rope the way her little sister usually did that. She fell down and started to cry. Mary came up to her and helped her sister stand up.
“Don’t cry, Lily. Look! Here is your favourite toy.” Lily stopped crying and hugged her little sister.
“You are a pretty good big sister after all,” she said.
“You are a pretty good big sister, too,” said Mary.
“Thank you for giving me the best birthday present,” said Lily. “Next week I’ll be eight. I can go to bed later than you. I will be very grown up. After all, I’m the big sister.”



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uggested Level A1

1. Match the parts of word-combinations.


1. What a) somebody busy

2. To take b) birthday

3. To have c) an occasion

4. To think d) something all over

5. To do e) to bed

6. To go f) the puzzle

7. To drop g) of something


2. Draw 5-6 pictures according to the text using the description.

  1. Mary is a little sister.

  2. Lhello_html_4645cd51.gifily is a big sister.

  3. Birthday will come soon.

  4. Lily wants to be a little sister.

  5. Lily likes to be a little sister.

  6. The girls like to play together.

  7. They do the rabbit puzzle.

  8. They jump the rope.

Suggested Level A2

Answer the questions to the text.


  1. Is Lily a big sister?

  2. Is Mary a big sister?

  3. When will the girls have a birthday?

  4. Why did the girls quarrel?

  5. Who wanted to be a little sister?

  6. How did the girls play?

  7. Which is better: to be a big or a little sister?


Suggested level B1

Dhello_html_9b4beb5.jpgescribe the girls with the help of the words from the table.

Mary


Lily

a little sister

a big sister

a favourite toy

a rabbit puzzle

have birthday

do the puzzle

jump the rope

help somebody








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THE USE OF ENGLISH

UNIT 1 . My Family and Friends


LESSON 1. About Myself


Suggested Level A1


Match the question and the answer. Complete the answer.

1. What’s your name?
2. What’s your surname?
3. How old are you? 4. When were you born?
5. Where are you from? 6. What is your address?

a) I was born in _________ b) My name is __________
c) I am from ____________ d) I am ________________ e) My address is _________ f) My surname is ________



Keys : 1-a, 2-f, 3-d, 4-a, 5-c, 6-e.



Suggested Level A2

Fill in a word and answer the questions.

1. Where ____ you live? 2. What ____ are you in? 3. What’s your home ____? 4. What’s your ____ ? 5. What’s your ____ sport? 6. What’s your favourite ____ at school?


Keys : 1- do, 2- form, 3- number, 4- hobby, 5- favourite, 6- subject.


Suggested Level B1

Make up a dialogue.

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ESSON 2. A Good Life is For You!


Suggested Level A1


Match the word-combinations with their translation.


1. A lot of friends
2. A friendly family

3. An interesting hobby
4. A lot of interesting books to read
5. A lot of things to do inside the
house
6. Time to watch television
7. Going in for sports
8. Exciting trips to other places and
countries
9. Long school holidays
10. More lessons after school

a
) дружна сім’я

b) час подивитись телевізор

c) більше уроків після школи

d) довгі шкільні канікули

e) багато чого зробити в домі

f) багато друзів

g) захоплюючі подорожі до інших
місць та країн

h) багато цікавих книжок для
читання

i) займатися спортом

j) цікаве хобі


Keys: 1-f, 2-a, 3-j, 4-h, 5-e, 6-b, 7-i, 8-g, 9-d, 10-c.


Suggested Level A1


Make up sentences according to the table.



It’s interesting

It’s nice

It’s fun



to have

a lot of friends

a friendly family

an interesting hobby

a lot of interesting books to read
time to watch television

going in for sports

long school holidays


Suggested Level A2


Complete the sentences.


I think

I believe

I am sure


……………..

is


are


important for a good life






Model: I think going in for sports is important for a good life.


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Suggested Level A2

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2

3






6

5

4








Match the picture to the sentence. Choose the right verb-form in the Present Simple.

  1. Boys often (play, plays) football on weekends.

  2. Kate (spend, spends) free time with her friends.

  3. Tom, Betty and Ben (attend, attends) the Drama Club.

  4. Lucy (like, likes) painting in her free time.

  5. Children (enjoy, enjoys) an exciting trip to the mountains.

  6. Pupils (have, has) a lot of interesting books to read .


Keys:


picture

1

2

3

4

5

6

sentence

5

3

4

6

1

2



Suggested Level B1


Change the sentences from the previous exercise into the Past Simple.


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ESSON 7. People in the Family


Suggested Level A1


Make up sentences using the table.


Mum

Dad

Peter

Tony

Jim

Beth



is



as


not so

tall

small

noisy

intelligent

smart

young



as …




Mum

Dad

Peter

Tony

Jim

Beth



is the

Noisiest

most helpful

tallest

eldest

most intelligent

youngest


boy

girl

person



in the family



Suggested Level A2


Write the degrees of comparison of the following adjectives.


Young

Old

Tall

Small

Nice

Helpful

Noisy

Cheerful

Happy



Suggested Level B1


Talk about the members of your family. Use the model:


I have a ____ family.

There are ____ of us: Mum, Dad, ____ .

____ is the eldest _____ .

____ is the youngest ____ .

____ is the nicest ____ .

____ is the most helpful ____ , because ____ .

We ____ spend time together.

I ____ my family very much.



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ESSON 8. My Sisters and Brothers.


Suggested Level A2

Choose the proper tense-form of a verb in brackets.

  1. Mhello_html_m41c7e4a3.gify father (works, is working, worked) in the bank last year.

  2. He usually (cooks, is cooking, cooked) dinners on weekends.

  3. Mum (makes, is making, made) spaghetti yesterday.

  4. She (cooks, is cooking, cooked) borshch now.

  5. Sometimes I (fry, am frying, fried) chicken on Sundays.

  6. Children (cut, are cutting, cut) the vegetables now.

Suggested Level A1


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Look at the pictures and say what the members of the family are doing now.

  1. Father (is cooking, are cooking) supper now.

  2. Mother (is working, are working) on a computer now.

  3. Kate and her little brother (is going, are going) to bed now.

  4. Marry and Lily (is talking, are talking) now.


Suggested Level B1

1. Look at the pictures again and say that the members of the family

a) usually do it;

b) did it yesterday.



hello_html_1a1cbb3a.gif2.Read about Kate’s morning. Put the verbs in brackets into the right tense-form.

It’s seven o’clock and I (be) in the kitchen now. I (cook) breakfast. I (not, drink) juice in the morning, only a cup of tea or coffee. I usually (have) sandwich or some toasts with butter for breakfast. But yesterday Mum (be) at home and (fry) beacon and eggs. We also (watch) Mum’s favourite TV programme “Wake up and sing!”

I (not, like) to get up early and my mother often (repeat) the proverb “Early to bed, early to rise, (keep) a man healthy, wealthy and wise.”


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