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1 TAREA DE SEPTIEMBRE UNIT VOCABULARY º ESO Read the sentences. Then write the names to complete the family tree.. I am Barbara. Patty is my sister. 2. We have got a brother. His name is Sam. 3. Our father is Dave and our mother is Freda. 4. Joe is my grandfather and Sally is my grandmother. 5. My grandparents have got a son Dave. a. b. c. d. e. f. Barbara g. GRAMMAR Complete the chart with the personal pronouns below. I we he they it you she Have got I Has got

2 2 Complete the sentences according to the picture. Use the correct form of have got. Hilary Donna Joey Jack Lee Mike. Lee a book. She a computer. 2. Joey and Jack pencils. They pens. 3. Mike a hat. He a schoolbag. 4. Donna and Hilary a postcard. They a notebook. 3 Write the words in the correct order to make questions. Then answer the questions. Make the answers true for you.. got / a brother / you / have your friend / a pencil collection / has / got your teacher / got / has / three children a pet / have / got / you GRAMMAR has got Have you got a brother? Yes, I have. / No, I haven t.... hasn t got Look at the pictures. Then write sentences with the correct form of have got. Trudy / a white cat Trudy hasn t got a white cat.... 2

3 2 Mrs and Mrs Thomas / a bird... 3 Clara / a big dog... 4 Mrs and Mrs Stevens / a bird... 3 Complete the questions with Have got or Has got.. your mother an autograph collection? Has 2. you a friend from China? 3. you and your friends good food today? 4. you a dog? 4 Answer the questions in Exercise 3. Make the answers true for you. Yes, she has / No, she hasn t Complete the chart. got Personal Pronouns I you he she we Possessive Pronouns my your its your their 6 Complete the sentences with the correct possessive noun.. I am 2 years old. name is Tony. 3

4 2. Tom has got a Star Wars collection. collection is big. 3. Maria and Tom have got new books. books are blue. 4. My mother has got a friend in England. name is Jodi. 5. Spain is a big country. flag is red and yellow. 6. We have got a new classroom. classroom is big. READING. Read the entries in the Big Families Chat Room. Then complete the sentences below with the correct form of to be or have got and tick ( ) the correct answers. Hi, My name is Prabu and I m from India. My family is big. I ve got four sisters and two brothers. Premal and Anand are my brothers. Premal and I are good friends, but Anand is only five years old. My sisters are Jaya, Devi, Mira and Jyoti. Hello Big Families, I m Tarik. I m from Jordan. I ve got a big family. I ve got five brothers and two dogs. I love my big family! Prabu. He and his family from India. 2. He (not) Jaya s brother. 3. He six brothers and sisters. 4. He has got five brothers but he (not) sisters. 5. He and his brothers two dogs. Tarik WRITING Complete the letter with the correct form of to be or have got. Hi, My name Amir. I 2 Moroccan. My parents 3 Ali and Lila. I 4 one brother and one sister. My sister 5 ten years old. She 6 a pencil collection. My brother 7 5 years old. He 8 a sport collection. I 9 (not) got a collection but I 0 a dog and a cat. 2. Write a letter about you. Use the text in Exercise 3 to help you. 4

5 UNIT 2 VOCABULARY Circle the correct activities. 2 clean my room do homework get dressed go to bed have lunch watch TV 3 4 get dressed get up go home go home go to school have dinner 5 6 have a shower have breakfast go to school do homework go to bed have a shower 2. Complete the puzzle according to the clues below. Across 4. The girls play after school. 5. My brother rides his to school every day. 6. I send text on my phone. 9. My friends often to music. Down. We with friends on the computer. 2. I read a every night. 3. The boys play on the computer. 5. The children want to things at the shop. 7. We go in the ocean every Tuesday. 8. My sisters play the and I sing. 5

6 o o t b a l l f GRAMMAR Complete the chart with the verbs below. eat study go walk do carry wash play try sit watch cry -s -es -ies eats 2. Circle the correct answers.. Jill go / goes to school early. 2. My parents work / works at home. 3. Dave get up / gets up at seven o clock. 4. I study / studies English at school. 5. Dave and Andrea meet / meets every Wednesday. 3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Simple affirmative.. I (watch) TV every night. watch 2. Tom (do) his homework in the evening. 3. Donna and Tarik (send) s every day. 4. Sally (clean) her room on Fridays. 5. My sister (go) to bed at twelve o clock. 4 Match the adverbs of frequency to the timeline. 6

7 . always. a. 2. often. b. 3. never. c. 4. sometimes. d. 5. usually. e. 0% 00% 5 Write the words in the correct order to make sentences. Add an adverb of frequency to make the sentences true for you.. a shower / I / in the evening / have I often have a shower in the evening. 2. bikes / ride / in the afternoon / my friends and I 3. to work / my father / at eight o clock / goes 4. have / at school / my friends and I / dinner 5. my teacher / after school / students / helps 6. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Simple affirmative.. Lynn (go) swimming at four o clock every day. 2. Terry (study) French at school. 3. I always (ride) my bike in the afternoon. 4. We often (play) games on the computer. 5. You (walk) home every day. 7 Look at the pictures. Then complete the sentences with the correct form of the Saxon Genitive. Christina Irene Irene s baby is happy. baby is sad. 7

8 2 girls boys The dogs are big. The dogs are small. 3 Edward Jordan car is black. car is white. READING. Read about Ose s school on an island near Germany. Then tick ( ) the sentences T (true) or F (false). My name is Ose and I m German. I live on a small island and I go to a very small school. Our class has got five students. Our teacher s name is Mrs Krauss. Mrs Krauss gives us different schoolwork because we are different ages. School starts at quarter to eight, but I like coming early. At quarter to twelve, we go home and have a late breakfast. We stay at home for half an hour. In the afternoon, we go to school again. School finishes at two o clock and we go home for lunch.. Ose s class is big. 2. All the students do the same schoolwork. 3. Ose usually goes to school before quarter to eight. 4. The students have breakfast at school. 5. Ose goes home at two o clock. WRITING. Complete the chart. Make it true for you. Name: Country: Time school starts and finishes: Number of students in your class: The place you have lunch: T F 8

9 2. Write about your school. Use the information from Exercise 4. My name is.... I live UNIT 3 VOCABULARY Complete the puzzle according to the clues below. Across 3 Down p a n d a 7 9 9

10 2 Complete the sentences with the words below. tiger eagle butterfly whale elephant elephant. An has got a long nose. 2. An is a big bird. 3. A lives in water but it isn t a fish. 4. A is a beautiful insect. 5. A is in the cat family. 3. Complete the words under the pictures e y. e 4.. u. h 5. e. 6.. a e 8.. n. 9 a.. 0. a... i.. o... e. t. GRAMMAR Complete the sentences with don t or doesn t.. Whales don t live on land. 2. Canaries talk. 0

11 3. Adam visit the zoo every day. 4. I like snakes. 5. Elephants eat meat. 6. Julie keep her hamster in her bedroom. 2 Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the correct form of the Present Simple.. The children (watch) TV every afternoon. 2. The Indian python (not live) in the ocean. 3. Jack and Lee (not go) to the zoo at the weekend. 4. Tigers often (weigh) 300 kilos. 5. The giant panda (live) up to 20 years. 6. My parents (not want) a pet in the house. 3 Complete the questions with Do or Does.. you like snakes? Do 2. a frog eat pizza? 3. gorillas live in oceans? 4. people ride horses? 5. your mother want a hamster? 4 Answer the questions in Exercise Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the correct form of the Present Simple.. Keith (like) snakes. 2. They (not ride) horses. 3. your grandparents (come) from England? 4. Mountain gorillas (live) in Africa. 5. My sister (not want) to go to the zoo. 6. Jake (help) at the zoo? 6 Jill works at the zoo. Write questions to ask her with the words below. Use the Present Simple.. you / clean / animal houses Do you clean animal houses?...

12 2. children / ride / the horses you / feed / the horses Jack / work / with you... 7 Answer the questions from Exercise 4. Use the chart below to help you. Jill s Work Timetable Monday Give food to the lions Tuesday Clean the small animal house Wednesday Ride horses with the children Thursday Clean the bird houses with Friday Jack Make lunch with Jack Yes, I do UNIT4 VOCABULARY Find eight items of furniture in the puzzle. Then write the words under the correct pictures. e c u p b o a r d s a v h e s z l p h r s t d y u c o e p b g f d t h o l e e y b i j a k v t a b l e c i l e n d s a r t r o s o f a m u b m i e h i r l a m p n 2 3 carpet

13 2. Everyone in the Smith family helps in the house. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with the correct names. Mrs Smith Jerry Mr Smith Linda Timmy Rosie Lucy Tom Lucy. takes out the rubbish. 2. feeds the dog. 3. waters the plants. 4. makes the beds. 5. sweeps the floor. 6. washes the dishes. 7. cooks dinner. 3

14 8. does the laundry. 3 Complete the sentences with the words below. living room bedroom garage kitchen dining room bathroom. I sleep in the. 2. I make sandwiches in the. 3. Our sofas are in the. 4. I have a shower in the. 5. At Christmas, my family and I have dinner in the. 6. Our car is in the. GRAMMAR bedroom Circle the correct answers.. The students in Year 9 are studying / is studying French now. 2. Meg are sweeping / is sweeping the kitchen floor now. 3. I are not watching / am not watching TV at the moment. 4. Sid and I am playing / are playing a computer game right now. 2 Look at the pictures. Then complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Continuous affirmative or negative. 2 is sitting The cat (sit) on the sofa right now. The girl (cook) dinner now. 3 The boys (play) a computer game now. 4 The man and woman (read) books at the moment. 3 Complete the questions with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Continuous.. Is Michael sleeping (sleep) right now? 2. you (study) for a test? 4

15 3. your friends (meet) you here? 4. Sue (have) breakfast right now? 5. we (chat) with Lisa at the moment? 4. Complete the sentences with the verbs below. Use the correct form of the Present Continuous. take listen cook write are cooking. We dinner for our mother now. It s her birthday. 2. I to music now. I haven t got my MP3 player here. 3. Dylan an to his friend now. He hasn t got a computer. 4. Billy isn t in the house. he out the rubbish? 5 Circle the correct answers.. My mother and father are sitting / sit in the garden now. 2. Greta is going / goes to the library on Thursday afternoons. 3. My cat doesn t sleep / isn t sleeping on my bed every night. 4. Is Rob playing / Does Rob play his guitar at the moment? 5. Do you talk / Are you talking to your grandparents right now? 6 Complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use the Present Simple or the Present Continuous. Then tick ( ) the sentences that are true for you.. We (not study) maths on Thursdays. don t study 2. I (sit) in my English lesson at the moment. 3. I (watch) TV every day. 4. My teacher (write) on the board now. 5. My parents (go) to the supermarket once a week. READING. Write questions with the words below. Use the Present Simple or the Present Continuous.. Harry s mother / buy / food / now 2. Harry / clean / the kitchen / every day 3. Pete and Tony / help / right now 4. Sue / usually / do / homework / with friends 5

16 5. the girls / do / homework / at the moment 6. the baby / eat / chocolate / now 2 Read the text. Then answer the questions in Exercise. AT HARRY S HOUSE It s Wednesday afternoon. Harry s mother isn t at home right now because she s buying food for dinner. But Harry and his brothers and sisters are all in the house. Harry is in the kitchen. On Mondays and Wednesdays, he cleans the kitchen after school. Right now, he s washing the dishes. Harry s brothers are in the kitchen too, but they aren t helping. Pete is eating a sandwich and Tony is talking on the telephone. Harry s big sister, Sue, and some of her friends are in the living room. The girls usually do homework together, but today they re listening to music. Sue s baby sister, Alice, is also in the living room. She s sitting on the white carpet and eating chocolate. The chocolate is in her mouth and on her hands. It s on the carpet, too! WRITING Describe your house UNIT 5 VOCABULARY Circle ten items of food and drink. Then write the words under the correct pictures. 6

17 2 rice Read the clues. Then unscramble the words.. It s a white drink. (klmi) milk 2. We put it on pizza. (eeesch) 3. We make it with bread. (indwsach) 4. We make chips from them. (aootptse) 5. They are small. They are yellow and white. (sgeg) GRAMMAR Complete the chart. Singular Plural. a nut some nuts 2.. egg 3.. potato 4.. sandwich 5.. onion 2 Circle the correct answers. 7

18 . There aren t any / a bananas. 2. There is a / an egg. 3. There isn t any / some chocolate. 4. There is any / some milk. 5. There is an / a sandwich. 6. There are some / any nuts. 3 Complete the sentences with There is or There are.. some eggs. 2. some orange juice. 3. some milk. 4. some potatoes. 5. some bread. 4 Write questions with the words below. Then complete the answers. Is there Are there an any sugar? eggs? olive? orange juice?.... Is there any sugar? Yes, No, No, Yes, Complete the dialogue. Use a, an, some or any. Mother: Hi, Billy. I m at Pedro s Pizza Place. What pizza do you want for dinner? Billy: Mmm. I want big pizza with 2 meat on it. Mother: Do you want 3 olives on it? Billy: No, thanks. I hate olives on pizza. Mother: OK, and what do you want to drink? Billy: I want 4 milk. 8

19 Mother: Pedro s hasn t got 5 milk today. You can have 6 orange juice. Billy: OK, but I m hungry now. Mother: There are 7 apples in the kitchen. Have 8 apple. 6 Complete the sentences according to the picture. Use There is, There are, There isn t or There aren t. There are. two cats on the table. 2. an onion in the room. 3. any dogs on the chairs. 4. some milk on the floor. 5. any cola on the table. READING. Read the text. Then answer the questions. Food for Athletes Do you play sport? It s important for everybody to eat nutritious food, but it s especially important for athletes. Athletes must eat food from the five different food groups: protein (meat and fish), cereals (rice and spaghetti), fruit and vegetables (salad, apples and oranges), milk products (milk and cheese) and fats (oil and butter). On the day of an important game, nutritious food can help you and you must eat a good meal 2-4 hours before the game. Rice, spaghetti and potatoes are a good idea because they give you energy. It s also a good idea to take some food to the game. Nuts, fruit or a sandwich are great options, but don t eat chocolate. Chocolate gives you energy, but only for an hour. Also, it s important to drink water.. What are the five food groups in the text? 2. When is a good time for athletes to eat? 9

20 3. How can rice and spaghetti help you? 4. What food is a good idea to eat at a game? 5. What food is a bad idea before a game? WRITING. Write a paragraph about your eating habits. Talk about your favourite restaurant UNIT 6 VOCABULARY Unscramble the names of the sports. Then write the words under the correct pictures.. neisnt tennis 2. gikisn 3. rusnigf 4. douj 5. tsalbkelab 6. yallovelbl 7. cie tknigas 8. tngsmaciys 9. bradoeikasgtn 0. ballrngolerdi a b c d e f tennis 20

21 GRAMMAR Look at the pictures. Then complete the sentences with can or can t. 2 3 Duncan Peggy Lana Chuck 4 5 Frank Susan Eddie can. Chuck play the guitar. 2. Duncan and Peggy talk. 3. Lana run now. 4. Frank and Susan dance. 5. Eddie drive a car. 2 Read the note from Mother. Then write what the children must and mustn t do. Hi children,. Don t eat the chocolate cake on the kitchen table. It s for your father s birthday. 2. Tony: Sweep the dining room floor. 3. Sue: Take Bobby to his tennis lesson. It s at Peggy and Jane: Don t feed the dog this afternoon. I want to take him to the vet. 2

22 5. Dan: Don t come home late from your judo lesson. Thanks, Mother mustn t eat the cake.. The children Tony Sue Peggy and Jane.... READING. Read the text. Then answer the questions. CHIP AND SPORT Jon Becker has got a special dog. His name is Chip, and he s good at some sports. Chip s favourite sport is Flyball. It s a competition for two teams of four dogs. The dogs must jump over things, run to a box and catch a ball. Then they must run to the starting place again. Chip is great at this sport and often wins the competition. Chip also plays Dash and Splash, a popular dog sport in the UK and USA. Jon throws Chip s favourite ball into the water. Chip then jumps into the water, finds the ball and swims to Jon. Chip likes this sport, but he can t do it very well. Now, Jon is teaching Chip a new sport, Dog Dancing. Chip is excited about this sport. He likes the music and dances happily with Jon.. Why is Chip a special dog? How many dogs are there in Flyball? Does Chip enjoy playing Dash and Splash? What sport is Chip learning now?... WRITING. Look at the fact file about Jon Becker. Then write a paragraph about him. Name: Jon Becker Nationality: British Lives: in the USA Age: 5 Sports he can do: volleyball, swimming Sports he can t rollerblading, surfing do: feed Chip, cook dinner twice a Jobs at home: week, wash dishes every day

23 UNIT 7 VOCABULARY Match the places in the pictures to the words a. butcher s. b. cinema. c. library. d. museum. e. restaurant. f. shopping centre. g. sports centre. h. music shop 2. Look at the picture of Grand Street. Then complete the sentences with the words below. in front of behind under in above on between 23

24 . The hospital is the bakery. 2. The bakery is the hospital. 3. The bookshop is the café. 4. The café is the bookshop. 5. Linda is the café. 6. The church is the supermarket and the shoe shop. 7. The cat is the table. GRAMMAR Circle the correct answers. behind. Sue and Mark were / was at the shopping centre yesterday. 2. I wasn t / weren t at the sports centre on Wednesday. 3. The restaurant was great. We were / was very happy. 4. Mark and I weren t / wasn t in the same class last year. 5. The party was / were on Saturday. 2 Complete the sentences with was, wasn t, were or weren t. Make the sentences true for you.. I at the cinema last night. 2. My parents angry yesterday morning. 3. My friend and I at the sports centre last week. 4. My friend at the library yesterday. 5. I in England last year. 3 Write questions with Was or Were and the words below.. Lisa / at the hospital / an hour ago 24

25 Was Lisa at the hospital an hour ago? Nina and Debby / at the music shop / an hour ago Peter / at the library / an hour ago Mr and Mrs Davis / at the bookshop / an hour ago David and Adam / at the cinema / an hour ago... 4 Look at the pictures below from an hour ago. Then answer the questions in Exercise Lisa Nina and Debby Peter 4 5 Mr and Mrs Davis David and Adam Yes, she was READING. Read the text. Then answer the questions. KIRKGATE STREET Do you want to know about life in Victorian times? Then visit Kirkgate Street in the York Castle Museum in York, England. Kirkgate Street is a model of an authentic Victorian street. You can walk down the street and imagine it 50 years ago. There aren t any shopping centres or supermarkets on Kirkgate Street, but there are other types of shops. There s a butcher s, a bakery, a bank and a toy shop. Of course, there isn t a cinema because 50 years ago, there weren t films. An interesting place on Kirkgate Street is the school. It s got one classroom with small desks and a blackboard. There aren t any computers or TVs in the classroom. School was different in those days.. Where is Kirkgate Street? What period of history is Kirkgate Street from? What types of shops aren t on Kirkgate Street? What types of shops are on Kirkgate Street?... 5.What can you see in the classroom? 25

26 UNIT8 VOCABULARY Complete the names of the items below. d e s s. r... 2 s... t 3 s. o a.. e. 5. r... e.. 6. h o t.. u s... f s.. a e.. s s a.... s. s. i o.. s. a w. m. u... k... 26

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