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1 1. My school Which subjects do you find easy from the following list? Which subjects are difficult form the list? HISTORY MATHS CHEMISTRY GEOGRAPHY ENGLISH MUSIC SCIENCE BIOLOGY P.E. LITERATURE COMPUTER SCIENCE ART RELIGION FRENCH a) Write the name of the subjects under the correct picture. 1

2 b) Answer the following questions: Which of these subjects do you learn in your school? What other subjects do you learn? Which is your favourite subject? c) Complet the chart. NAME: Steve My friend I AGE: FAVOURITE SUBJECT: FAVOURITE DAY: EASY SUBJECT(S) INTERESTING SUBJECT(S) DIFFICULT SUBJECT(S) Hello! My name is Steve! I am sixteen years old. I like going to school. I can learn many interesting things there. I like Tuesdays the most, because my favourite subject, History is on that day. I find it very easy, but Maths is easy, too. I think Biology is very intersting. I am interested in animals and plants. I study two languages, English and German. I like most of the subjects, but I find German a little bit difficult. What about you? 2

3 d) Look at this timetable. What subjects can you see? e) True or False? 1. Tony has got English class on Thursday 2. Mandy has got music on Monday and Wednesday 3. Peter hasn't got english class on Tuesday 4. It's Friday. Mandy has got art 5. Carol has got English on Tuesday and Thursday 6. Peter and Tony have got I.T. on Friday f) Write true sentences from the timetable above. 3

4 g) Look at the pictures and the title of the text. What do you know about the education system in your country? Do you know anything about the British education system? Listen, read and check your answers. (Traveller Elementary SB. p. 76.) h) Read the text again and complete the chart below. 4

5 2. Appearance a) Discuss these words with your teacher. What do they mean? 1. height (tall, medium height, short) 2. body (thin, slim, overweight, fat) 3. face (oval, round, normal, square, beard, moustache) 4. eyes (big, small, blue, green, brown, grey) 5. hair (long, short, medium length, straight, wavy, curly) b) Read the description then draw and colour. 1. He has short dark hair. 2. He has blond/fair hair. 3. He has long brown hair. 4. She has blue eyes and red hair. 5. He wears glasses. 6. He is tattooed. 5

6 c) Who is this person? 1. He is short. He is overweight. He has short hair. He has a round face. He has big eyes. He has fair hair. 2. She is slim. She has short red hair. She has an oval face. She has a big nose. 3. He is short. He has a big head. He has a small nose and a small mouth. He is very angry. d) Draw this person. My best friend is Susan. She is young. She is 18 years old. I think she is beautiful. She is medium height. She is a little bit overweight. She has got short brown, curly hair. She has got blue eyes. She has got glasses. She has got a small nose and a big mouth. e) Draw your best friend. What is he/she like? 6

7 f) Who is this person? 1. He has blue eyes. He is in his fifties. He has short hair. His hair is grey. He has a black hat. 2. He has brown eyes. He has short hair. His hair is black. He has a moustache. He has a blue jacket. 3. She has long hair. She has brown hair. Her eyes are brown. She has a red hat and a red jacket. g) Play this game with your partner. h) Look at the pictures and write short descriptions. (Traveller Elementary WB p. 67.) 7

8 i) Match the pictures with the sentences. Then listen and check your answers. (Traveller Elementary SB p. 94. ) j) Read the title of the article and look at the pictures. What do you think the text is about? Listen, read and check your answers. 8

9 k) Read again. Who or what do the sentences refer to? 9

10 3) Personality traits a) Match the opposites. (Traveller Elementary WB p. 73.) b) How do you say these adjectives in your language? Which of them have a positive or a negative meaning? selfish nice helpful rude stubborn clever silly talkative lazy funny hard-working shy c) Complete the sentences with the adjectives mentioned: 1. Josh never does anything. He is very. 2. I friends always laugh at me. They say I am very. 3. He always wants everything for himself. He is very. 4. Claire likes talking a lot. She is very. 5. Rebeka always knows the answers. She is very. d) What kind of person are you? Do this quiz to find out more about you. What kind of person are you? 1. Your friend wants to borrow your new T-shirt for a party. What do you say? a. No way! It s mine. b. Of course, I give it to you. c. Ok, but give it back tomorrow. 2. Your friend calls you at midnight. You are asleep. What do you do? a. Answer the phone and shout with him/her. b. Don t answer the phone. c. Answer the phone and ask what the problem is. 3. Your classmate is wearing a silly dress. Other are laughing at her. What do you do? a. You tell her what the problem is. b. You laugh with the others. c. You tell the others to stop laughing. 10

11 4. Your classmate wants to copy your homework. What do you say? a. Sorry, I have NO homework. b. Ok, here you are. c. Give me your notebook! I will do it! YOUR SCORE: 1. a:1 b: 3 c: 2 2. a: 1 b: 2 c: 3 3. a: 2 b: 1 c: 3 4. a: 1 b: 2 c: 3 RESULTS 12-10: : 10-8: 4-7: You are very selfish! You don t have many true friends. You like only yourself! Other people are important, too, you know! You are usually in the centre and you have many friends. People like you and want you for a friend. Good for you! You are too kind. You care too much about other people and not enough with yourself. You are important, too! Sometimes say no to other people. e) Complete the description with the missing phrases. (Traveller Elementary WB p. 73.) 11

12 5. What kind of person are you? What are your good and bad personality traits? 6. What is your best friend like? Why do you like him/her? 12

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