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3 STARTER UNIT Nice to meet you! 4 UNIT Where are you from? 8 Grammar Round-up UNIT 3 Family and things 8 UNIT 4 Everyday life 6 Grammar Round-up UNIT 5 Time out 36 UNIT 6 Fancy food 44 Grammar Round-up UNIT 7 Playing sport 54 UNIT 8 House rules 6 GRAMMAR Subject pronouns 6 Possessive adjectives 6 Present simple to be 7 Question words what, who, where 9 Articles: a/an/the Plural regular and irregular nouns 9 This/that/these/those 9 Have got 0 How many? Possessive s 3 Present simple 8 Prepositions of time 30 Object pronouns 3 Imperatives 37 Present simple third person 38 Adverbs of frequency 39 Prepositions of place 4 Countable and uncountable nouns 46 There is/there are 46 Some/Any 47 How much/how many? 47 Can for ability 56 Present continuous 58 Present simple vs present continuous 59 Like/love/hate/don t mind + - ing form 64 Can for permission and requests 66 Must for obligation and prohibition 67 VOCABULARY School subjects 7 Pronunciation the alphabet 5 Numbers 0 Colours Countries and nationalities Basic adjectives 3 Pronunciation numbers 0 Everyday objects 9 Family Pronunciation \h\ Daily activities 7 Days, months, seasons 8 Ordinal numbers and dates 9 Pronunciation do/does: weak and strong form 3 Free time activities 39 Places in town 40 Directions 4 Pronunciation \s\, \z\, \Iz\ 38 Food and drink 45 Pronunciation tongue twister 48 Sport 55 Hobbies 57 Pronunciation can/can t 57 Household chores 63 House and furniture 65 Pronunciation word stress 65 Grammar Round-up UNIT 9 The best job in the world? 7 UNIT 0 Music madness 80 Grammar Round-up UNIT Fashionistas 90 UNIT We re going on holiday 98 Adjectives 73 Comparative adjectives 76 Superlative adjectives 77 Past simple to be 8 There was/there were 83 Past simple positive (regular verbs) 84 Past simple positive (irregular verbs) 9 Past simple negative 9 Past simple questions and short answers 93 Present continuous for future 00 Be going to and present continuous for future 0 Geographical places 74 The weather 75 Pronunciation chant 75 Music 8 Years 8 Technology 85 Pronunciation \t\, \d\, \Id\ 85 Clothes 9 Past time expressions 9 Patterns 94 Pronunciation vowel sounds () 9 Holidays 99 Transport 0 Pronunciation vowel sounds () 03 Grammar Round-up CLIL Geography Understanding maps 08 History Roman Britain 0 Science Understanding matter Songs Elvis Presley Blue Suede Shoes 4 The Beatles Hello Goodbye 5 Queen Don t Stop Me Now 6 Madonna Holiday 7 Student B/Quiz answers 8 Wordlist 9 Phonetic symbols 6 Irregular verbs 7 Word formation 8
4 FUNCTIONS/COMMUNICATION Greetings and introductions 5 SKILLS Asking for and giving personal information 9 Reading and Training 4 Reading: Characters from literature Listening: Guessing the mystery character Speaking: Guessing the identity of famous character Writing: A physical description Reading Skills: Imparare parole nuove Talking about family Building an internet profile 5 Culture 4 Reading: The average British family? Listening: Interview with a boy Speaking: Asking questions about family Writing: A description of yourself Writing Skills: Connettivi and, but, so Telling the time 30 Reading and Training 3 Reading: Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll Listening: Text about Lewis Carroll and Alice Speaking: Acting out the text Writing: Summary of the story Writing Skills: Punctuation Asking for and giving directions 43 Culture 4 Reading: Street - art stroll Listening: Dialogue asking for directions Speaking: Asking for directions Writing: giving directions Reading Skills: Making predictions Offering, accepting and refusing food 48 Ordering food 49 Reading and Training 50 Reading: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving Listening: Another extract from the book Speaking: Information gap recipe Writing: about your eating habits Speaking Skills: Asking for information Talking about ability 57 Describing a scene 6 Culture 60 Reading: Sports in school Listening: Sports commentaries Speaking: Pairwork describing a picture Writing: Describing a photo. Speaking Skills: Describing Talking about likes and dislikes 64 Reading and Training 68 Reading: Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe Listening: Robinson Crusoe s diary extracts Speaking: Describing your house Writing: Message in a bottle Listening Skills: Making predictions Talking about the weather 75 Expressing opinions 79 Culture 78 Reading: Island People Listening: Dialogue about Jersey Speaking: Telling the story Writing: Paragraph about Guernsey Speaking Skills: Giving a reason/an example Talking about past events 85 Reading and Training 86 Reading: Tristan and Isolde Listening: Dialogue about the story of Tristan and Isolde Speaking: Telling the story from different point of view Writing: Paragraph about Tristan and Isolde Reading Skills: Reading for specific information Shopping for clothes 94 Saying prices 95 Calling a help desk 97 Culture 96 Reading: Where do you shop? Listening: Telephone call to a help desk Speaking: Roleplay calling a help desk Writing: Filling in a form Reading Skills: Using a dictionary Talking about future intentions 0 Reading and Training 04 Reading: Home for Christmas by Andrea M. Hutchinson Listening: Summary of the story Speaking: Information gap about a trip Writing: about holiday plans Listening Skills: Identifying key words
5 Nice to meet you! A Presentation /0 Ascolta e leggi i dialoghi, poi abbinali alle immagini. Dialogue Mrs Matthews Yes? Dialogue Josh Hey, Rick! My name s Josh. I m in your class. Rick Oh, hi. Josh And this is Alice. She s an exchange student too. Rick Ehm are you Mrs Matthews, Rick Aleeshay? the maths teacher? Alice No! Alice, A-L-I-C-E! It s an Italian name. Mrs Matthews Yes, I am. Rick Oh, right. Nice to meet you, Alice. Are you from Italy? Rick Hello, Mrs Matthews. I m Rick Alice Yes, I am. I m from Turin Oh no! I m late for Vermeire. I m an exchange student History. See you later! from Canada. Josh and Rick Bye! Mrs Matthews Ah, yes. Well, good morning, Rick. You re late! How do you say? Rick Er, yes, sorry. Leggi e trova le espressioni che significano: Sei in ritardo! Mi scusi/mi dispiace. 4
6 Leggi i dialoghi e completa le frasi con i nomi corretti. is a teacher. is late for Maths. 3 and are exchange students. 4 is from Italy. B /03 3 Completa i dialoghi. Poi ascolta e controlla. Josh Hi, name s Josh. Rick Hello, I Rick. 3 to meet you. Josh Nice to 4 you too. Rick Hello, Alice. Alice Hi, Rick. 5 is Susanna. Rick Nice 6 meet you, Susanna. Susanna Nice to meet you 7, Rick. Pronunciation the alphabet /04 4 Ascolta l alfabeto e scrivi le lettere mancanti. Functions greetings and introductions Greetings Hi!/Hello! Good morning/ afternoon/evening. Introductions I m /My name s This is Nice to meet you./ Nice to meet you too. Saying goodbye Bye!/Goodbye! See you./ See you later. Good night. /05 5 Completa la tabella raggruppando le lettere dell alfabeto in base alla pronuncia. Poi ascolta, controlla e ripeti. \e \ \i \ \e\ \ai\ \ U\ \u \ \A \ a b f i o q r 6 Lavorate a gruppi di tre. A turno, presentate i vostri compagni e fate lo spelling dei loro nomi. A: This is Marco Bianchi. M-A-R-C-O B-I-A-N-C-H-I. B: Nice to meet you, Marco. I'm Giuseppe. 5
7 Nice to meet you! Grammar Subject pronouns I you he she it we you they Possessive adjectives my your his her its our your their 8 Sostituisci le parole tra parentesi con un pronome soggetto. 0 (Mr Bronson) He is the head teacher. (Alice and Rick) are students. (Alice) is Italian. 3 (Rick and I) are at school. 4 (You and Josh) are late. 5 (Ottawa) is in Canada. 9 Completa il testo con gli aggettivi possessivi e i pronomi personali corretti. >> See Workbook page 4. 7 Leggi il dialogo e sottolinea i pronomi personali e gli aggettivi possessivi. Rick Hey, Josh Is he the head teacher? Josh Yes, he is. His name s Mr Bronson, and she s your French teacher, Mrs Dupont. Rick French is my favourite subject. Are you in my French class? Josh No, I m not, but we re in the same history class. Our teacher is Mr Harris. Rick Great! Bonjour! name is Mrs Dupont and am from France. This is Mr Harris, 3 is from Scotland. 4 are teachers. In 5 school the students are very nice. They like French but Art is 6 favourite subject, because 7 is a lot of fun. What is 8 favourite subject? 0 Riscrivi le frasi inserendo informazioni personali. My name s Mac Muggleston. My name s I m from Scotland. 3 My best friend is Ahmed. 4 His favourite subject is Music. 5 My house is in Edinburgh. 6
8 Vocabulary school subjects Leggi le materie scolastiche elencate. Quali materie sono illustrate nelle vignette? French Art Maths Biology Music Drama Geography Chemistry P.E. (Physical Education) I.T. (Information Technology) English Physics Grammar Present simple to be Positive I am/ m from Canada. He/She/It is/ s late. We/You/They are/ re exchange students. Negative I am not/ m not Italian. He/She/It is not/isn t here. We/You/They are not/aren t students. Questions Am I late? Is he/she/it in the gym? Are we/you/they from Italy? Short answers I am. I m not. Yes, he/she/it is. No, he/she/it isn t. we/you/they are. we/you/they aren t. >> See Workbook page 5. /06 Completa le frasi con la forma corretta del verbo to be. I a student. (+) Chemistry my favourite subject. (+) 3 Bristol in Italy. ( ) 4 My English teacher from London. ( ) 5 Josh and Alice from Canada. ( ) 6 My best friend and I in the same class. (+) 3 Completa con la forma corretta del verbo to be. Poi ascolta e controlla. Hi, I Josh Murphy. My best friends Alice and Rick. Alice and Rick 3 exchange students. Alice 4 from Italy and Rick 5 from Canada. We 6 in Year at Richmond Comprehensive School. Our school 7 in Bristol. My favourite subject 8 Music. 4 Costruisci domande e rispondi utilizzando le risposte brevi. 0 Mr Bronson/the head teacher? Is Mr Bronson the head teacher? Yes, he is. Josh and Rick/from Italy? Alice/from Canada? 3 Mrs Dupont/a teacher? 4 Mr Harris/a maths teacher? 7
9 Where are you from? Presentation /07 Ascolta e leggi il dialogo. Woman Where are you from? Rick Hello. A railcard, please. Woman Are you a student? Rick Yes, I am. Woman OK. What s your first name? Rick Rick sorry, Richard. Woman What s your surname? Rick Vermeire. Woman What s the spelling? Rick V-E-R-M-E-I-R-E. Woman How old are you? Rick I m fifteen. Rick I m from Canada. Woman What s your address here in England? Rick 3, Austen Street, Bristol, BS5 9JH. Woman And what s your phone number? Rick Woman Thank you. Here s your card. How do you say? Leggi e trova le espressioni che significano: Quanti anni hai? Da dove vieni? Qual è il tuo indirizzo? 8
10 STUDENT RAIL CARD 4 Abbina domande e risposte. Where are you from? What s your favourite subject? 3 What s your favourite song? 4 What s your favourite film? 5 Who s your favourite actor? 6 Where are your parents from? First name Richard Surname Age a It s Lost by Coldplay. b They re from Turkey. c I m from Athens. d It s Colin Farrell. e It s Art. f It s Avatar. Country of origin 3 Address Telephone 6 4, Austen Street 5 BS5 5 Completa le frasi con la question word corretta. Poi rispondi alle domande. is your best friend from? is your favourite band? 3 is your favourite sport? 4 is your English teacher? 5 are your parents from? 6 is the president of your country? /07 Ascolta e leggi di nuovo il dialogo. Poi completa Functions asking for and giving la tessera di Rick. personal information Grammar Question words Usiamo What? per chiedere informazioni su cose. Usiamo Who? per chiedere informazioni su persone. Usiamo Where? per chiedere informazioni su luoghi. >> See Workbook page 0. 6 Scrivi domande adeguate alle risposte. Aiutati con il dialogo di pagina 8.? I m 4.? B-R-I-S-T-O-L. 3? ? I m from Spain. 5? 6 Weston Road, Bath. 6? Josh Murphy. 3 Inserisci le risposte dell elenco nella colonna corretta. Mr Harris Geography Rick London at school my best friend Italy football What? Who? Where? USEFUL PHRASES Se non capisci: Can you repeat, please? Can you speak slowly, please? What s the spelling? Se vuoi verificare: So that s..., right? 7 Lavorate a coppie. Recitate il dialogo di pagina 8 utilizzando i vostri dati personali. 9
11 Where are you from? Vocabulary numbers /08 8 Ascolta e completa il conto alla rovescia. 0 t n 4 f u r 9 n n e 3 t h ee 8 i g h t w o 7 s e e n o e 6 s i 5 f i e 0 z e o /09 /0 Watch out! Nei numeri di telefono: lo zero si legge oh per i numeri doppi si usa la parola double oh-double three-four-oh-five 9 Ascolta e ripeti i numeri di telefono Lavorate a coppie. Scambiatevi i vostri numeri di telefono. Ascolta e ripeti. eleven twelve 3 thirteen 4 fourteen 5 fifteen 6 sixteen 7 seventeen 8 eighteen 9 nineteen 0 twenty twenty-one 30 thirty 40 forty 50 fifty 60 sixty 70 seventy 80 eighty 90 ninety 00 one hundred The number of days in years is. The number of minutes in 5 hours is. 3 The number of weeks in 3 years is. 4 The number of hours in days is. 5 The number of seconds in 4 minutes is. 6 The number of years in a century is. Pronunciation numbers / Ascolta e cerchia i numeri che senti Rispondi alle domande del quiz nel minor tempo possibile. Chi è il genio matematico della classe? 0
12 / 4 Completa gli spazi con le parole nell elenco. Poi ascolta e controlla. million thousand (x) hundred (x) 0 6,000 0,700 0,000,000 two and ten six ten 3, seven 4 twenty 5 5 Lavorate a coppie. Chiedetevi le informazioni che completano le tabelle. Lo studente A usa le informazioni qui sotto, lo studente B va a pagina 8. B: What s the population of England? A: It s fifty-two million. Student A Country Population Capital Population England 5 million London Scotland Edinburgh 470,000 Wales 3 million Cardiff Ireland Dublin 500,000 Grammar Articles In inglese l articolo indeterminativo è a. Davanti alle vocali si usa an. L articolo determinativo è the. This is a flag. This is an ice cream. >> See Workbook page. 6 Scrivi a oppure an. boy girl 3 student 4 address 5 subject 6 Italian flag 7 history teacher 8 friend 7 Scegli l alternativa corretta. The/An French teacher s in the classroom. Rick s a/an Canadian student. 3 Josh is a/an Irish boy. 4 Is the/a maths lesson at 9.00 am? 5 It s a/an address. 6 Is the/an English flag red and white?
13 Where are you from? Vocabulary colours 8 Abbina i colori ai loro nomi. red green blue yellow black white brown orange pink grey purple Scrivi accanto ai paesi gli aggettivi di nazionalità corrispondenti. Moroccan Scottish Welsh Albanian English Spanish Irish Italian Romanian French Italy Wales 6 05 Spain Scotland France 3 Romania 8 Vocabulary countries and nationalities Ireland 4 Morocco 9 /3 9 Leggi e ascolta il dialogo. Mr Harris Hello, Rick. Are you from Canada? Rick Yes, I m Canadian. Alice Where in Canada? Rick From Toronto. Alice What s the population of Toronto? Rick Well, um... It s about 500, Rileggi il dialogo e scegli l alternativa corretta. Rick s a Canada. b Canadian. The population of Toronto is a one and a half million. b half a million. Albania 5 England 0 Osserva le bandiere dell esercizio e scrivi i paesi accanto ai colori delle bandiere. Red and yellow Green, white and red 3 Red and black 4 Blue, yellow and red 5 Blue and white 6 Blue, white and red 7 Green, white and orange 8 White and red 9 Green and red
14 Vocabulary basic adjectives 3 Scrivi gli aggettivi nell elenco nella colonna corretta. attractive fat funny tall old intelligent middle-aged nice thin short good-looking ugly young Age Height Build Other old tall fat attractive Watch out! In inglese gli aggettivi sono invariabili e si collocano davanti al nome. Rick is a nice boy. Rick and Josh are nice boys. Gli aggettivi di nazionalità si scrivono con la lettera maiuscola. I m Italian. >> See Workbook page 0. 4 Osserva le immagini e scegli nell elenco dell esercizio 3 gli aggettivi adatti per descrivere ciascuno dei personaggi. 5 Lavorate a coppie. A turno, uno di voi immagina di essere uno dei personaggi nelle foto. L altro può fare fino a tre domande per scoprire di chi si tratta. A: Are you young/old? B: Yes, I am./no, I m not. Lily Allen Lily Allen Barack Obama 3 Barack Obama Albert Einstein 4 Johnny Depp 5 Scarlett Johansson 6 Shrek 7 Cristiano Ronaldo 3
15 Reading and Training Characters from literature All about... Juliet is a character in the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare (about 595). Robinson Crusoe is the protagonist in the novel Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe (79). Sherlock Holmes is the protagonist in a series of detective stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (about 887). A She s an Italian girl and she s thirteen years old. She s tall and thin. She s beautiful. Her dress is blue and green. She s from Verona and her family is very important in the city. Her boyfriend is Romeo. Reading /4 Reading Skills Imparare parole nuove Cerca le parole nuove sul dizionario. Scrivi le parole nuove su un quaderno apposito. Puoi organizzare le parole secondo l ordine alfabetico o per area lessicale. Scrivi la traduzione delle parole nella tua lingua. Scrivi una frase di esempio in inglese per ogni parola. Leggi e ascolta i testi e abbina i testi ai disegni. Poi scrivi i nomi nell elenco sotto alla descrizione corretta. Sherlock Holmes Juliet Robinson Crusoe Leggi i testi e abbina le parole (-4) alle definizioni. 3 4 dress island strong beard a b c d robust, with physical power hair on a man s face clothes for a girl land surrounded by water (for example Sicily, Corsica, Ibiza) 3 Riscrivi le frasi correggendo le informazioni sbagliate. Juliet is an old English woman. Her dress is red. Robinson Crusoe is in England now. 3 Sherlock Holmes is short and fat _07_U.indd 4 Listening /5 4 Ascolta e indica ( ) le parole che senti pronunciare. ugly nice beautiful funny famous young thin good-looking short :4:54
16 B He s English and he s about 30 years old. He s from York but he isn t in York now. He s on an island. He s tall and strong with a beard. His friend is Friday. C He s a middle-aged English man. He s tall and thin. He s very intelligent. His address is B Baker Street, London. He s a detective and his friend is Dr Watson. 3 /5 5 Ascolta di nuovo e scrivi (sì) o (no) nella tabella. Poi indovina chi sono i due personaggi misteriosi. Writing 7 Riordina le parole per formare delle frasi. character Dracula my is favourite. Mystery character Mystery character He old is. tall? famous? tall thin and is He. thin? good-looking? very He intelligent is. fat? young? very isn t nice He! attractive? English? old? intelligent? 8 Scrivi una breve descrizione di un personaggio Who is it? Who is it? letterario che conosci (età, aspetto, nazionalità). My favourite character is Speaking 6 Lavorate a gruppi. A turno, uno di voi sceglie un personaggio letterario. Gli altri devono fare domande per indovinare chi è. Is the character English? Is the character tall? What next? Cerca su Internet altre informazioni su uno dei personaggi. 5
17 Grammar Round-up SUBJECT PRONOUNS AND POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Completa la tabella. Subject pronouns 0 you she it we 3 I Possessive adjectives my 4 his your their Cerchia l alternativa corretta. 0 He/His is Italian. Our/We teacher is called Mr Harris. Is her/she the French teacher? 3 We/Our are late! 4 Where is you/your book? 5 They/Their are students. 6 They/Their favourite subject is English. 7 Are you/your from Italy? 3 Completa le frasi con il pronome corretto. 0 Jim and I are friends and we are 5. Are in my English class, Alice? No, am not in your English class. 3 James is Irish, isn t Canadian. 4 Alice isn t in the classroom, is in the playground. 5 History is my favourite subject, is fun! 4 Completa il dialogo con gli aggettivi possessivi corretti. Sarah Who s he? What s 0 his name? Fiona name s David. He s brother. Sarah And who are they? Fiona They re his friends, 3 names are Tim and Bill. Sarah Are they in Mr Harrison s class? Fiona No, they aren t in 4 class. But they re in Mrs Dupont s French class. Sarah Mrs Dupont is my favourite teacher. 5 class is great. 5 Completa con gli aggettivi e i pronomi corretti. Hi, 0 my name s David and my brother s name is Leon. are from Devon in England and school is in Exeter. My favourite teacher is Señora Ramon. 3 is from Spain and 4 lessons are fun. Leon s favourite teacher is Mr Frank. 5 is the Maths teacher and 6 is Welsh. My class is 4A. Leon is not in 7 class. 8 class is B. The students in B are years old and 9 class teacher is Mrs Drean. PRESENT SIMPLE TO BE 6 Completa la tabella. Positive I am you 0 are he is she it is we you are they 3 Questions 8 I Are you 9 he 0 she Is it we Are you they Negative I 4 you aren t he 5 English. she isn t it 6 English. we aren t you 7 they aren t Short answers Yes, I am. No, I 8. Yes, you 3. No, you aren t. Yes, he 4. No, he isn t. English? Yes, she is. No, she 9. Yes, it 5. No, it isn t. Yes, we 6. No, we 0. Yes, you are. No, you. Yes, they 7. No, they aren t. 7 Cerchia l alternativa corretta. 0 John and Dan are/is from Canada. We aren t/isn t at school today. Are/Am you Irish? 3 Where is/are the English class? 4 It aren t/isn t Monday today, it s Tuesday. 5 Is/Are she a student? 8 Completa l con le forme corrette di to be. Hi, I 0 m Fred. I English. My friend Miguel, he 3 English, he s Spanish. His mother and father 4 Spanish too. We 5 students at King s School, but we 6 in the same class. It s Sunday so we 7 at school. What about you? Where 8 you today? 6
18 - 9 Scrivi domande appropriate alle risposte. 0 Are you a student? Yes, I am a student. No, we aren t English. Yes, she is a French teacher. 3 Yes, they are students. 4 No, he isn t in my class. 5 Yes, he is a teacher. QUESTION WORDS 0 Completa le domande con what, where, who. 0 Who is your best friend? are you from? is your name? 3 is your favourite subject? 4 is your best friend from? 5 is your favourite teacher? A /AN Riordina le lettere e scrivi i nomi con l articolo corretto. 0 plepa an apple 3 lirg SUMMING UP Riordina le frasi. 0 name/is/her/mrs Dupont Her name is Mrs Dupont. subject/is/my/music/favourite Italian/Claudio/an/is/name 3 names/are/their/michael and John 4 your/what/is/name? 5 isn t/she/scottish 6 English/red/is/white/the/flag/and 7 not/our/history/is/subject/favourite Scegli l alternativa corretta A o B. Hi Sarah, My name 0 B Billy and I m English. I from London, I m from Leeds. best friend 3 Claudio. He is 4 Italian boy. 5 are in the same class. 6 friends Zoe and Wendy 7 in our class, they are in class 4C. They 8 Italian, they are English too. Our school is a big school. Our teachers are nice. My favourite subject is French. Zoe s favourite subject 9 French. 0 is English and favourite teacher is Mrs Fraser. What about? 3 is your favourite teacher and what is 4 favourite subject? Billy 0 A my B is A m B am not A My B Our 3 A are B is 4 A a B an 5 A Our B We 6 A Our B Your 7 A aren t B isn t 8 A aren t B isn t 9 A aren t B isn t 0 A Her B It A her B she A you B your 3 A What B Who 4 A you B your TRANSLATION 3 Traduci le frasi in italiano. yob cei mearc 4 I am English, I m not Albanian. What is your favourite subject? 3 Who is she? 4 Are you students? 5 He isn t in my class. 6 They aren t students, they are teachers. arc danciana glaf DICTACHECK 5 /6 4 Ascolta e scrivi. 7
19 3 Family and things 0 3 Presentation /7 Ascolta e leggi il dialogo. John My books and things Peter John, is that my mobile phone? Mrs White Your books? How many books have you got? John No, it isn t. This is my phone. It s got Peter Where s my pencil case? John, is that my my name on it. Look! pencil case? Peter Where s my phone and where are John No, it isn t. It s got my pens in it. Ginny s my books? MUM?! got your pencil case Mrs White Hurry up, you re late for school! Ginny No, I haven t. But this is your wallet, Peter, it s got a photo of your girlfriend in it. John Hang on I haven t got my glasses. Peter What? I haven t got a girlfriend! Mrs White Are those your glasses? On your head? Mrs White SILENCE! Now, where are my keys? Oh no! John Ah yes! Thanks. Your father s got my car keys Mrs White And this is your watch. Ginny, are these your books? Ginny Oh yes, thanks, Mum. Mrs White John, what have you got in your bag? How do you say? Leggi e trova le espressioni che significano: Guarda! Sbrigatevi! Aspetta 8
20 3 Vocabulary everyday objects Osserva l immagine a pagina 8 e completa i nomi degli oggetti. 0 watch 4 b g 5 p m 6 b 3 w Grammar This That Grammar Plural Regular nouns + -s book books + -es watch watches + -ies dictionary dictionaries These Those Plural Irregular nouns man men woman women child children person people >> See Workbook page 8. >> See Workbook page 8. 5 Osserva le vignette e completa le frasi. 3 Trova e sottolinea i nomi plurali nell esercizio. 4 Osserva la lista degli acquisti di Mrs White e scrivi i numeri e i nomi degli oggetti per esteso. Shopping list - 3 mbrll - 4 bk - wllt - 3 pncl cs - 9 pn - mbl phn three umbrellas is my house! 3 are my mobile phones! 4 5 Oh no! s my bike!! 4 Are your CDs? Finished First? 6 Trova le chiavi della macchina di Mrs White. 9
21 Family and things 6 Che cosa contengono le borse di Mrs White, Ginny, John e Peter? Osserva i disegni e completa le frasi con i nomi corretti. has got an English dictionary. has got a mobile phone and a diary. 3, and have got keys. 4 hasn t got a wallet. 5 has got a wallet but she hasn t got a mobile phone. 6 and haven t got pencil cases. Grammar Have got Positive I/You/We/They have got/ ve got a pen. He/She/It has got/ s got Negative I/You/We/They haven t got a pen. He/She/It hasn t got Questions Have I/you/we/they got a pen? Has he/she/it got Short answers Yes, I/you/we/they have. he/she/it has. No, I/you/we/they haven t. he/she/it hasn t. >> See Workbook page 8. Mrs White Ginny 3 John 4 Peter 7 Osserva di nuovo le immagini dell esercizio 6 e completa le frasi con la forma corretta di have got. Ginny, John and Peter MP3 players. Peter an umbrella. 3 John a pencil case. 4 Ginny a mobile phone. 5 Ginny and Mrs White dictionaries. 6 Mrs White keys? Yes, she. 8 Scrivi domande utilizzando gli elementi dati e have got. 0 you/mp3 player in your bag? Have you got an MP3 player in your bag? you/computer at home? you/english dictionary? 3 you/two mobile phones? 4 you/pencil case in your bag? 9 Lavorate a coppie. A turno fatevi le domande dell'esercizio 8 e completate la tabella. MP3 player computer dictionary two mobile phones pencil case you your partner 0
22 3 Sarah and Louise Alice My favourite piece of technology is my MP3 player. I ve got 0 (+) my favourite music on it. And I (+) fifteen podcasts, four pop videos, and photos of my friends. It (+) three games on it too! We 3 (+) a fantastic digital camera! I 4 (+) 00 photos on it! Louise 5 ( ) her photos on the camera; they re on her computer. Jack and Lucy 3 My cousins 6 (+) a new laptop computer. It s excellent. It 7 (+) wireless Internet access. They 8 (+) ten computer games on it! But they 9 ( ) music on it, because they 0 ( ) an MP3 player. 0 Completa i testi (-3) con la forma corretta di have got, poi abbinali alle immagini. Scrivi domande e risposte con have got. 0 Sarah and Louise/a digital camera? Have Sarah and Louise got a digital camera? Yes, they have. Jack and Lucy/an MP3 player? Louise/computer? 3 Alice/podcasts on her MP3 player? 4 Jack and Lucy/music on their laptop? Grammar How many? Per informarsi sulla quantità si usa how many, sempre seguito da un nome plurale. How many computer games have you got? How many lessons have you got today? >> See Workbook page 9. /8 Scrivi domande con how many e le parole date e poi rispondi. 0 Alice/podcasts How many podcasts has Alice got on her MP3 player? She s got fifteen. Alice/pop videos Sarah/photos 3 Jack and Lucy/computer games 4 Alice/games Pronunciation \h\ 3 Ascolta e ripeti. Henry s at home. Hilary s house is in Otley. 3 Harriet hasn t got a house. 4 How many hats has Helena got?
23 Family and things Functions talking about family /9 4 Ascolta la descrizione dell albero genealogico di Mark e completala con le parole dell elenco. aunt brother children cousins daughter father grandchildren grandfather grandmother husband mother nephew niece sister (x) son uncle wife I m an only child. My is called James, and my is called Lily. She s got a 3 called Patricia. Patricia s my 4. Patricia s got a 5, his name s Vincent. Vincent s my 6. Vincent and Patricia have got two 7 : a 8 called Jack Mildred David, and a 9, Sally. They re 0 and. They re my. My parents have got a 3 and a 4. I ve got four grandparents: Jack is my 5 on my mum s side. James Lily Patricia Vincent Mildred s his 6, so she s my 7 I are their 8.. Sally, David and 5 Completa la tabella. Male father 3 nephew grandson 4 cousin (grand)child (grand)parents Watch out! Female sister 5 wife daughter 6 granddaughter grandmother cousin (grand)child (grand)parents parents = genitori relatives = parenti nieces and nephews = nipoti (degli zii) grandchildren = nipoti (dei nonni) Mark David Sally 6 Completa le frasi con le parole corrette. My grandmother s got a husband, he s my. My mother s got a son, he s my. 3 My aunt s got a daughter, she s my. 4 My sister s got a son, he s my. 5 My brother s got a daughter, she s my. 6 My father s got a sister, she s my. 7 My father s got a daughter, she s my. 8 My aunt s got a husband, he s my.
24 3 Grammar Possessive s Usiamo s o per esprimere il possesso. The bag of my brother My brother s bag The sister of Vernon Vernon s sister The wife of James James s wife The son of Jim and Sue Jim and Sue s son The bags of my brothers My brothers bags >> See Workbook page 9. 7 Osserva l albero genealogico di Mark a pagina e scrivi frasi complete sulla sua famiglia. 0 Patricia/Vincent Patricia is Vincent s wife. Mark/James Lily/Patricia 3 Mark/David 4 David/Jack and Mildred 5 Sally/Vincent 6 Lily/David 7 Sally/James 8 Jack/Mildred 8 Osserva le fotografie e scrivi i rapporti di parentela tra le persone. David Beckham is Victoria Beckham s husband. Victoria Beckham is David Beckham's wife. 9 Leggi la descrizione della famiglia di Jake e inserisci gli apostrofi mancanti. Jake is my best friend. This is a description of Jakes family tree. His mums names Jenny, and his dads names Dave. Daves an only child. Jakes got two brothers, Mark and Luke. They ve got two aunts, Allie and Rachel. They re Jennys sisters. Sams Jakes cousin. Hes Allie and Rays son. Rachels husbands called Mike, and they haven t got children. Jean and Bob are Sam and Jakes grandparents. Jennys their daughter. Daves parents are Mary and Will. Watch out! John s (= possessive) brother is called Mark. John s got (= has got) three cousins. John s (= is) from London. 0 Rileggi la descrizione e disegna l albero genealogico di Jake. Disegna il tuo albero genealogico e descrivi la tua famiglia a un/a compagno/a. This is my family. I ve got... I haven t got... My mum s name s etc Queen Elizabeth II and Prince William Victoria and David Beckham 4 Homer and Bart Simpson 3 Venus and Serena Williams 5 Michael and Ralf Schumacher 3
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