1 Unit 2, page 36 1 What s in the house? c) CD 2, track 01 There s a TV in the living room. There s a shelf in Abby s bedroom. There are some pictures in the living room. There s a big bed in Mr and Mrs Blackwell s bedroom. There are some chairs in the dining room. There s a football in the garden. There s a sofa in the living room. There s a poster in Abby s bedroom. There are books in Abby s bedroom. There s a clock in the kitchen. There s a desk in Abby s bedroom. There are photos in Mr and Mrs Blackwell s bedroom. There s a big table in the dining room. There s an armchair in Mr and Mrs Blackwell s bedroom. There s a big window in the dining room. There s a lamp in Abby s bedroom. There s a door in the living room. It opens into the garden. There s a toilet in the bathroom. There are some toys in Abby s bedroom.
2 Unit 2, page 36 1 What s in the house? e) CD 2, track 02 I live in Beach Road in Wembury. Welcome! Come in! It s a big house with lots of rooms upstairs and downstairs, and a big garden too. We play football in the garden. OK, here we go: the dining room is downstairs. It s a nice big room with yellow walls. There s a long table and... 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 chairs. The kitchen is next to the dining room. There s a clock, a fridge and a cupboard in our kitchen. The next room is the living room. We have a sofa and two armchairs. There are photos and pictures on the walls of the living room. And there s a TV there. That s downstairs. Now come and see the rooms upstairs. Mum and Dad have their bedroom upstairs. They have a big bed with a lamp, a wardrobe for their clothes and a green armchair. Our bathroom is upstairs too. With the toilet, of course. The next room is my bedroom. I have a bed, a shelf for my books and CDs, and there are photos and posters on my walls some of my old toys too. I have a desk with a lamp and a chair. I can do my homework and read in my room. And from my window, I can see the sea. I love the sea
3 Unit 2, page 40 1 I wake up in the morning c) CD 2, track 05 Abby: I wake up in the morning, Then I feed the dog, usw.
4 Unit 2, page 40 1 I wake up in the morning c) CD 2, track 06 Silky: I wake up in the morning, Then I eat my crabs, usw.
5 Unit 2, page 40 1 I wake up in the morning c) CD 2, track 07 Maya: I wake up in the morning, Then I text my friends, usw.
6 Unit 2, page 40 1 I wake up in the morning c) CD 2, track 08 I wake up in the evening, Then I read a book, usw.
7 Unit 2, page 41 3 Pronunciation b) CD 2, track 11 So, there are three S sounds. One is like a snake. SSSS a snake. And the second S sound is like a bee. bzzzz. A bee. Very good. And the third S sound? The third S sound is like the word IS IS. OK, Morph, let s look at the poem. A seal comes home comes. Comes that s a bzzz. and watches a crab watches Watches that s like the word IS watches. The crab wakes up and thinks wakes and thinks. Wakes and thinks. That s SSSS, like a snake. Wakes, thinks, wakes, thinkssss. OK Morph, OK. Now the crab has breakfast and finds his pen, And swims away to school. Has, finds, swims. Has, finds, swims that s easy: bzzzz. Very good Morph. Next The seal waits a minute, she counts waits, counts. Waits, counts, SSSS that s a snake. Then catches the crab in a pool. Catches. Catches, catches, catches That s like the word IS. OK, Morph. Last verse. No help from me this time. I can do this. The seal puts the crab on her breakfast plate Then she makes a cup of tea. Puts, makes, puts, makes SSSS a snake. And now: The crab says says, says, that s bzzzz sezzzz And runs into the sea. Runs, runs bzzzz. The crab says Thanks, but I can t wait And runs into the sea
8 Unit 2, page 43 1 You say, you write ([uː]) a) CD 2, track 12 pool book shoe two blue ruler
9 Unit 2, page 45 1 Abby doesn t go to Coombe Dean b) CD 2, track 15 Uncle: Maya: Uncle: Maya: Uncle: Maya: Uncle: Maya: Uncle: Maya: Uncle: Is your friend Abby in your class at school? No Uncle, Abby doesn t go to Coombe Dean. What about Abby s flat? Is it near here? Abby doesn t live in a flat. The Blackwells have a big house in Wembury. They don t live in Plymouth. Tell me about the Blackwells. I don t know Abby s family, Uncle. But she has brothers and sisters? She doesn t have a sister, but she has a brother, Tim. But he isn t so nice. You don t like her brother? I like Abby, Uncle. She s my friend. I don t know Tim and he doesn t know me. OK, Maya, what about your friend Lucy and her family?
10 Unit 2, page 46 4 A weekend in the library a) CD 2, track 16 Hello, hello and welcome to the library. I m Morph and this is my home. I don t live in a house or a flat. I live here, here in the library at Plymstock School. It s a nice library, with lots of books. I like books. You can do lots of things with books. You can read them. I read books, because I like to learn things. And I sit on books too. You see, I don t sit on chairs, because I don t like chairs. But I sit on books instead. And I sleep on books too. You see, I don t have a bed, but I have lots of books here, and I sleep on them. In the week, there are lots of students here in the library. But the students don t see me. They see the teachers and they see the other students, but not me. In the daytime, when the students are here, I sleep. I don t sleep at night. I sleep in the day, so the students can t see me. But today, there aren t any students. You see, it s the weekend. And Plymstock students don t go to school on Saturdays and Sundays. They go to school from Monday to Friday. I like weekends in the library. I can do what I like at weekends. I look out of the window, I watch DVDs, and I read and read. Of course, I read English books. I don t read French books or German books, just English books. English it s a cool language.
11 Unit 2, page 47 7 Lucy s family CD 2, track 17 Well, that s you. I can see that. And the girl on your left, that must be your sister Holly. Yes, that s Holly! My favourite sister! Hey, your dad s name is Sam! That s a good name. Yes. He looks nice. Yes, he is. But he doesn t live with us now. My mum and dad are divorced. But you have your dad s name Pascoe. Right, the Pascoes are all here, with the brown lines, but Grandma Pascoe is dead. Oh, I m sorry. Yeah, Grandpa is alone now. Oh and your uncle Jim? Is he divorced too? No, he isn t; Uncle Jim is single. He lives here in Plymouth, with my cousin Melissa. Melissa is eleven, like me. And here on the left is my mother s family. Right, they re all Tizzzzards! So, what s funny, Sam? Um, nothing. Sorry, um so, I can see your grandma and grandpa. Bill and Maggie Tizzard. They live on a farm, right? Right. Where is the farm? It s near Plymouth. And your mother has two brothers. Yes, Harry and Steve. Uncle Steve is married to Auntie Lynn. They have two sons, Lloyd and Lewis. They re twins. Cool. They look nice. But I don t see them very often. Uncle Steve and Auntie Lynn live in Scotland, you see. Yeah, I don t see my cousins very often now. They all live in London. And I live in Plymouth now. Yes, I know.
12 Unit 2, page 51 2 EVERYDAY ENGLISH Time for lunch CD 2, track 20 Father: Oliver! Katie! Luke! Lunch is ready. Come downstairs please, now! Oliver: Mother: Oliver: Father: Luke: Father: Luke: Mother: Katie: Father: Mother: Katie: Mother: Oliver: Father: Katie: Oliver: Katie: Father: Luke: What s for lunch, Mum? Fish with potatoes and vegetables. There s a nice dessert too. Yummy, that sounds good. I m hungry. We re all hungry. So come on, let s sit down! Oliver, you can sit there and your cousin Katie can sit next to you. What about me, Dad? You can sit next to me. That s not fair. I want to sit next to Katie! Um, how s your sister, Katie? She s at a new school, right? Yes, she really likes it. She has a lot of new friends and a lot of homework too. Come on Luke, please sit down. Katie, you re our guest, so you re first. What would you like? No fish for me, thanks. Just potatoes, I d like lots of potatoes. Try some fish, Katie. It s really very good. And maybe some vegetables? Now, what about you, Oliver? What would you like? I d like a bit of fish please and lots of potatoes too and no vegetables, Mum, please! What would you like to drink, Katie? We have water or milk. I d like water. Please! Oh yeah, please. What about you, Luke? I d like milk, please. Mother: So, who would like dessert, then? All children: Me! Mother: OK, there s ice cream or fruit salad. Katie: Ice cream or fruit salad? Luke: I d like ice cream and fruit salad please!