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MCREDIBtf

ENGLISH
Activity Book
Sarah Phillips
Peter Redpath OXFORD
MCREDIBlf
ENGLISH
Activity Book
5
The Incredible Team 2
^ At the library 4
0 At the dig 12
0 At the castle
20
Units 1-3 Revision 28
^ At the museum 32
At the theatre 40
At the restaurant 48
Units 4-6 Revision 56
At the animal rescue centre 60
^ On Bell Street 68
0 At the adventure sports centre 76
Units 7-9 Revision 84
Grammar reference 88
Wordlist 93
Sarah Phillips
Peter Redpath
O X FO R D
UNIVERSITY PRESS
t h e inc r edibl e t e a m /
Vocabulary and speaking
1 Read and match.
1 2
4
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I love riding m y bike.
I like tortoises
' I like t a king phot os, p H
I like ba na na s.
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2 Write the words in the correct box.
History broccoli swimming snakes
yoghurt monkeys cooking Science
watching TV biscuits Art
bats reading
Food:
Animals:
3 Write questions and draw.
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1 Do uou like drawing pictures?
^f 1
2A-
2 *2-
Do you like Maths?
3 3
> -rt
4 Ask your partner the questions.
\ Answer Yes, I do or No, I don't.
How to talk about what you like
Writing
1 Read. Write the name.
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Look at Class Book page 4 to find the answer.
M'f name's_________________________ . I'm eleven. I've- got one- sister. \Melive in astleford.
M'f school is in astleford too. I'm good at Maths and Music, but I'm not vepf good at 6rfm.
After school I lifce placing in the parfc with m^friends. On Tuesdays and TViursda'fs, I go to m'f
guitar class.
2 Complete your profile.
3 Now write about yourself.
How to write about yourself
Vocabulary
1 Number the pictures.
1atlas 2 encyclopedia 3 comic
4 poster 5 magazine 6 dictionary
7 website 8 newspaper 9 leaflet
10 notice 11 calendar
3 Find the people and write sentences,
reading carrying looking at
8
Hes reading a newspaper.
Theure looking at a poster.
'V B E S E ]
2 Write the words.
Vocabulary and speaking
Shall we look in the atlas?
Let's check in a dictionary. i
11don't know.\
------------------------------------------------------------------------ f_____________________________________ _______________________ _ \ Q J ^
How do you spell 'broccoli'? \ what does 'equator' mean? \ ^Good idea.
1 Listen and number. )))1.4
a A \ b
2 Order the dialogues. Then listen
and check. )))1.4
1 a I don't know. Let's look in the atlas,
b Where's Canberra?
c It's in Australia,
d Good idea.
2 a Look, it opens at 10am and
closes at 8pm.
b I don't know. Let's look at
the notice,
c What time does the library close?
d OK. Come on.
3 Listen and repeat. )))1.5
Let's look in th e ne wspaper.
shall ive check in the dictiona

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4 Write responses. Use Let's ... and
Shall we ...?
look at the leaflet
check on the calendar
look in theencyclopedia
look in a dictionary
Wh a t do pa nda s e a t ? )
I don't know. Shall we look in the
encuclopedia?___________________
wh a t does 'isobar' m e a n?
I don't know.
Wh at 's th e ph one num be r of the m use um ?
I don't know.
^^Wh a t da y of th e week is your birt h da y t h is ye a r?
I don't know.
5 Practise your vocabulary.
Ask and answer.
How to make suggestions and talk about words
Grammar
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There was and There were
Affirmative There was a poster. There were some giraffes.
Negative There wasn't an encyclopedia. There weren't any snakes.
Questions Was there a computer room? Were there any penguins?
Short answers Yes, there was.
No, there wasn't.
Yes, there were.
No, there weren't.
1 Listen and number. )))18
a
2 Make sentences. Match them to the
pictures in Activity 1.
1 computer room Was ? a there
Picture _c_
lots of There books were .
Picture___
any ? Were comics there
Picture__
was wooden door a . There
4 What was there at the zoo?
Write questions and answers.
I went to th e zoo ye st erday.
R R R R R r * R T *51
dolphins X
cjroc-CxXile,
p&.nQu.ins X
mOrk.e,L)s y/
e,le.phant >/
tarantu.l a X
^Were there any penguins?
No, there werent.________
Was there an el ephant?
Picture
3 Now listen again and check. )18
5 Write true or false about your
classroom last year. Correct the false
sentences.
2 There wasn't a whiteboard.
3 There were twenty desks.
4 There was one door.
5 There weren't any windows.
7 Read the story again. | cBPage6) )
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6 Answer the questions with complete
sentences.
1 How many children were there in your
classroom last year?
There were____________________________.
2 How many girls were there?
3 How many boys were there?
4 How many animals were there?
5 How many plants were there?
6 How many computers were there?
8 How many cupboards were there?
8 Match. Then cover the sentence endings and tell the story.
a next to the computer. 1 The Incredible Team went to
2 They talked to
3 They saw
4 The Red Wolves had the
5 The children decided to look
6 There wasn't a mouse
7 They looked in an encyclopedia
8 The Red Wolves didn't
b find the answer,
c and found the answer,
d the library,
e the Red Wolves,
f on the internet,
g a librarian,
h geography CDs.
9 Complete the story playscript. PMB page 4
^ There was / were ... Telling a story
ESB
Pronunciation and spelling
1 Listen and repeat. ))) 19
2 Listen. Which sound do you hear? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. ))) 1
10
3 Write the words next to the correct picture.
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bush hooter root sugar wood foot boot scooter judo crook
4
5
Listen and check. Then listen and repeat. >)) 111
Listen to the chant. Then say. ))) 112
The crook in the book
Was in the wood,
Riding on his scooter.
He hit a root,
And lost his boot,
And landed on his hooter!
Vowel sounds /u:/ and /o/
Be careful! We sometimes spell the /u:/ sound and the /o/ sound with the letters oo.
Writing
1 There are diffferent kinds of books. Match the descriptions to the books.
1 This is an adventure story. 4 This is a book of folk tales.
2 This is a historical story. 5 This is a story about two men.
3 This is a detective story.
Gre, Fir e
tatrooN
places
Mru
Timkin t-eznt
(i tl i r cu m o
AltlNB TIE WlllS
in Eigity Days
2 Read the book review.
Write the missing questions.
LOhat ki nd o-f book. 13 i t 7~j
Dhat is, tjOixr opi ni on o-f the, book. ? \
U)ho is the, aut hor ? \
Uhat 13 the, book, a bou t ? /
10hat i.5 the, ti tl e, o-f the, book ? /
Boo J c de.vle.uj
bcj Meg Harri s
The, &lue Di amond
Ar thur Conan Doyl e
I t is a detec-ti ve. stor a.
I t is about the. gr ea t detec-ti ve Sherloc.k
Hol mes and his -fri end Dr Datson. The
-famous &>lue Di amond di sappe.ars.
Sherl ocX Hol mes -finds a hat and a goose.
They a r e i mportant c,lue~s. He looks at the
c,lues and he -finds the answer to
the mystery.
3 Write GF, TS or CP by the sentences.
GF =The Great Fire of London
TS =The Teacher's Secret
CP =Changing Places
1 There was a great fire in London
in 1666._______
2 The six stories in the book are folk tales
from round the world._______
3 This is a story about two men,
Hal and Tim.______
4 Hal's life is exciting. Tim's life
isn't exciting.______
5 The fire destroyed more than
13,000 houses._______
6 The men change places, but it isn't
a good idea.______
7 This is the story of the fire._______
8 The people in the stories want to be clever,
but sometimes they aren't._______
4 Write a book review. \ \ [ PMB page 6
1 Choose your book.
2 Answer the questions in Activity 2 in your
notebook. Check your work carefully.
3 Complete the book review neatly.
I like the book a l ot. I t is ve.ru
i nteresti ng. I rec,ommend it.
How to write a book review
Tip
Use the language on PMB page 6 to help
you write your book review.
Sherlock Holmes
T H E BU IE BU U I I N D
Concept maps
1 Write the words.
capital letters pictures thin lines small letters colours thick lines
3 5
colours_____________
4 6
FOOTBALL
playground
2 Add the words to the concept map.
guitars trees whiteboard encyclopedias triangles dictionaries drums
swings atlases 20 desks
3 Look at the concept map and answer
the questions. 1 What is the title of the concept map?
basket Id
c0rf\\c
a o
2 How many main ideas has it got?
3 What are the team's colours?
4 When do they play their matches?
5 Where do they train?
6 How many children are in the team?
4 Look at the concept map. Circle the mistakes in the text.
play'mg the guitar
playing
r y
brOUJt)
& e ye s
bin sm ile
Mtj c,onc,e,pt map is about
my te,ac.he,r. I t's aot
-four main ide,as. The, -first
main ide,a is personal
in-formation about J osie,.
She,s e,le,ve,n cje,ars old.. The,
se,c,ond main ide,a is J osie,s
appe,aranc,e,. She,s apt blue,
e,tje,s and broujn hair. The,
thi rd main ide,a is J osie, s
hobbie,s. She, likens p/atjing
the, gui tar. She, plaijs
football too.
5 Make a concept map about a person you know, j \
Self-evaluation
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Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
Not at all
I can remember the words for things we read
from CB page 5.
I can make suggestions using Let's ... and
Shall we ...?
I can make sentences using There was ... and
There were....
A I can act out my version of the story.
I can say some words with these sounds: / u:/
and / o/ .
I can talk about my favourite books.
I can write a book review.
I can remember the design words from
CB page 11.
I I can make a concept map.
p Study skills Review of the unit
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Very well
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Vocabulary
1 Number the pictures.
1 saucer 2 bottle 3 mug 4 jug
5 knife 6 glass 7 spoon 8 plate
9 cup 10 fork 11 vase 12 bowl
a
3 Write sentences. Use all the
prepositions.
next to in front of behind
under in on
chair table
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2 Write the words.
These things are usually made of glass:
2 Fhe bowl is on the chair.
These things are usually made of pottery:
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1 The glass is next to the plate.
It's big and round.
Vocabulary and speaking
What's it like?
It's 50 years old.
1 Listen and number. ))) 120
b
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2 Complete the notes about the


objects in Activity 1.
England metal 60 years wood
pretty glass green India small 150 years
bottle
How old is it? 150 uears______________
Where's it from? _______________________
What's it made of? _______________________
What's it like?
spoon
How old is it?
Where's it from?
What's it made of?
What's it like?
India
plate
How old is it? __________
Where's it from? __________
What's it made of? __________
What's it like? big, round
3 Now listen again and check. '>))120

How to describe objects in a museum


4 Write the questions.
1 Whats it like?
It's blue and white. I think it's pretty.
It's from Egypt.
It's made of pottery.
It's 1500 years old.
6 Draw an object and write the label.
7 Think of adjectives to describe your
object. Ask and answer.
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Listen and repeat. ) 121
Wh ere's it from ?
Wh at 's it m a de of?
Wh at 's it like?
How old is it?
Grammar
could and couldn't
Affirmative I could swim when I was four. She could write when she was six.
Negative I couldn't walk when I was one. She couldn't ride a bike when she was three.
Question Could you swim when you were two? Could she write when she was two?
Short Yes, I could. Yes, she could.
answers No, I couldn't. No, she couldn't.
1 Listen and number. )125
2 Make sentences. Match them to the
pictures in Activity 1.
1 one I could when . I was read
Picture___
2 when I was I couldn't six . juggle
Picture___
3 1could . five swim I was when
Picture___
4 you were write Could you when ? two
Picture__
3 Now listen and check. )125
4 Look and complete.
What could Meg do when she was younger?
4 She couldn't
5 She could
swim underwater
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play the piano
use a calculator
1 She could swim underwater when
she was seven.
2 She couldnt play the piano when
she was eight.
3 She_____________count to a hundred
when she was five.
count to a hundred
^ 2 3 . 4 5 . . . 9 9 ,
Grammar
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5 Write questions about Meg.
1 m. Could she ride a bike when
she was seven?____________
6 Now ask and answer.
8 Read the story again, cb page 14] >)) 122
7 Write true sentences about yourself.
I could do a ca rt wh e e l when I
was seven.
9 Match. Then cover the sentence endings and tell the story.
1 The children went to the dig ___ a was a knife.
2 They looked at a plate ----------------b to find the oldest thing.
3 The Red Wolves wanted to c a bone.
4 They showed the children d from a chicken!
5 It wasn't e something to eat.
6 It was a bone f play a trick on the Incredible Team.
7 The oldest thing at the dig
9
and a knife.
8 Finally, they all had h a dinosaur bone.
10 Complete the story playscript. PMB page 9
t could couldn't Telling a story
Pronunciation and spelling
Listen and repeat. ))) 126
Listen. Which sound do you hear? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. >)) 127
/ 7 p 7
Write the words next to the correct picture.
tortoise rocks horse strong walk shorts socks donkey saucer comic
2
1
4 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat. >)) 128
5 Listen to the chant. Then say. ))) 129
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John likes fossils,
John likes rocks.
John likes comics,
John likes socks.
We often spell the /o:/ sound with the letters or.
Shaun likes shorts,
Shaun likes walking.
Shaun likes horses,
Shaun likes talking
Vowel sounds In/ and h :/ 9
Writing
1 Read the text and complete the fact card.
Vel ocLrapbor ILved " 70 bo 8 0
rnUlLoa cl ears ago. I b u^as a
smal l dLnosaur bhab a t e roeab.
I L i oaS I .S bo 2. roebreS loc*g
and aboub I roebre baM. I t
uoeLghed ~1 bo I S kLl Ogra^meS.
Because Lb ooas a hunber
Lb cool d run very f a s b . I b
had sbrocsg l egs, sharp cl at os
ar*d l obs of Sharp beebh. I b
used Lbs cl at oS and beebh f or
abback-Lrsg obher a^Lroal S.
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Name of dinosaur:
Lived:_______ - __
Food:
Velociraptor
million years ago
| Length:
Height: about
Weight:______
m
m
Special features:
* could run fast
* strong_______
* sharp_______and
_______ for attacking
m mm i
2 Read the fact card and complete the text.
Name of dinosaur: Stegosaurus
^Lived: 144-154 million years ago
Food: plants
Length:6-9 m
Height: about 4 m
Weight: about 2 t
Special features:
* big plates on its back
* spikes on its tail
for defence
* very small head
and brain
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St e ga sa urus live d 1
^e a rs ago. It was a big dinosa ur that ate
2 ___________. It was about 3_________
long and about 4 __________________ tall. It
weighed about t onne s. It h ad
on it s
and a ve rf sm all
______on it s bacfc a nd spifces
_______ . It use d it s t ail for
_. It h ad a ver>( sm a ll 9 ______
10
too.
3 Write about a real or imaginary dinosaur. Q "
1 Make a fact card and complete it.
2 Draw a picture of the dinosaur.
3 Write about the dinosaur. Check your work carefully.
How to describe dinosaurs
I Tip
Remember to use a capital letter:
- at the beginning of a sentence
- for the dinosaur names
Finish your sentences with a full stop.
Cave paintings
1 Write the words.
btttt bison deer rhino
mammoth goat
2 Complete the story.
had went visit couldnt see entered
sw went followed returned saw
| The discovery of the Lascaux caves
Hi
One day in 1940 four boys went for a walk
with their dog. The dog saw a rabbit. He
___________down a hole.
_______ the dog and___________ The boys_______
a cave. It was dark and they__________________
anything.
They___________with their teacher the next day.
They___________torches and they___________
paintings of animals on the cave walls.
Now people all around the world___________the
caves and its amazing prehistoric art.
3 Read and match.
| how to make a 'cave painting j
1
W % Q q
r P
a Mix water and paint to make
thin paint in the colours you want,
b Paint your animal with your fingers
or with a feather or a stick,
c Choose the animal you want to
draw. Use charcoal to draw
the animal,
d Crumple some thick paper.
4 Complete the crossword.
\ You can find the answers on CB page 18y

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1
2
3
This is a
*
Age. Cave artists lived in the__
Cave artists didn't use brushes. They used
sticks, feathers and______.
They made paint with powdered
and water.
4
5 There aren't any cave paintings in
' h
2
3
4
5
What was the name of the dog in the Lascaux
caves story ?
5 Look and read. Circle the mistakes in the text.
T hi s iS COiVQ pam+i ng.
X used ch ar co al an d
p ai n f T h er e a r e +wo
h o r ses, tw o d eer an d a
i mammO +h T h e mar ^mO +h
is h ai r o, an d i+ h as go+
bi g +usks T h e h o r ses a r e
r u n n i n g, an d +he d eer a r e
ea+i n g T h er e a r e -four
peopl e. The\ ) a r e -fol l ow i ng
+he d eer
6 Make a 'cave painting' and describe it. | ^
Self-evaluation
Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
I I can remember the words for kitchen items
from CB page 13.
WM I can describe objects in a museum.
I can make sentences using could
and couldn't.
A I can act out my version of the story.
I I can say some words with these sounds:
/ d/ and /o:/.
! I can do a role play about going to the
cinema.
I can write a description of a dinosaur.
I I can remember the words for animals
from CB page 18.
I I can describe a cave painting.
Not at all Very well
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Review of the unit
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At the castle
Vocabulary
1 Number the pictures.
1 church 2 castle 3 police station
4 theatre 5 museum 6 market 7 chemist
8 hotel 9 restaurant 10 supermarket
11 hospital
3 Draw the symbols on the map.
Then write sentences.
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Hospital Sijpermarket
, 0
1
Market Police Station
1 The hospitals on Highwall Street.
2 Theres a supermarket on Elm Road
2 Write the words.
8
B B H
Vocabulary and speaking
Excuse me. Where's the castle, please?
Turn left. Turn right. UI*"
1 Follow the instructions and find the
places on the map.
| chemist !
HOSPITAL | |
START
HERE
1 Turn right here. Turn left. Turn left.
It's on the left.
Where are you? At the___________
2 Go straight ahead. Take the second right.
It's on the right.
Where are you? At the_________________
3 Go straight ahead. Turn left.
It's on the right.
Where are you? At the_____
2 Listen and find the places on the map.
Write A, B, C or D. )1.37
1 market
2 castle
3 hotel
Go straight ahead.
t
/It's on the right.
\ Take the second left.^^j
3 Look at the map and complete
the dialogues.
turn right on the left
Go straight ahead on the right
Turn right take the second right
1
Excuse m e. Where's th e h ospit al, please?
Th e hospital? Let m e see.
t h e n__________________ . It's
Th anks. )
Excuse me. Where's th e ch urch , ple a se ?
The ch urch ? I know.__________
t h e n_____________ a ga in. It 's.
here,
5 Write a dialogue.
6 Now act out your dialogue with
a partner.
Listen and repeat. )1.38
Turn left-
Co st ra igh t a h e a d.
Take the second left.
It s n the right.
How to give and follow directions Unit 3
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Grammar
The Past simple
Affirmative I played tennis. I wrote a letter.
Negative I didn't play tennis. I didn't write a letter.
Questions Did you play tennis? Did you write a letter?
Short answers Yes, I did.
No, I didn't.
1 Listen and number. )))1.41
a
2 Make sentences. Match them to the
pictures in Activity 1.
1 on Sunday went We . to the cinema
Picture___
2 We have . on Monday didn't Maths
Picture___
3 a model plane made I on Wednesday .
Picture___
4 on Saturday didn't . I go out
Picture__
3 Now listen and check. )))141
4 Write the past forms. Circle the
irregular past forms.
talked played had broke went wrote
did watched made ate read
play
go
have
break
do
write
ptaued
went
read
make
watch
talk
eat
5 Write sentences. Use the correct form
of the verb.
1 : She wrote a tetter. She
didnt plau football.
write a letter
play football
v. V1
eat an ice cream
eat a yoghurt
3
do their homework
watch television
4
break her arm
break her leg
The Past simple and irregular verbs ^
Grammar
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6 Write about your day yesterday. Use
verbs from Activity 4.
a comic a model an email
to my friend a sandwich television
ate a sandwich.
OR
I didnt eat a sandwich.
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8 Read the story again, c b page 22 ] ) 139
7 Answer the questions.
1 Did you have breakfast at eight o'clock?
No. I didnt. I had breakfast at half past seven.
OR
Yes. I did._______________________________
2 Did you eat salad for lunch?
3 Did you watch television on Sunday?
4 Did you have dinner at six o'clock
yesterday?
5 Did you go shopping on Friday?
6 Did you go to school yesterday?
9 Match. Then cover the sentence endings and tell the story.
1 The children went to the castle^ a was missing!
2 The Snowfox diamond \ b a woman.
3 The children followed the thief's \ c the Great Hall.
4 They went across \ d footprints.
5 They saw the thief hiding \ e in room 14.
6 The thief was f to look for a grandfather clock.
7 The police officers g behind a map.
8 The clock was h arrested her.
10 Complete the story playscript. pmb page 13
The Past simple and irregular verbs Telling a story
Pronunciation and spelling
1 Listen and repeat. ))) 142
2 Listen. Which sound do you hear? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. >)) 1
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tower
[Jau/\
3 Write the words next to the correct picture.
house goat bow shower mouse toe flower bone throw towel
4 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat. ))) 144
5 Listen to the chant. Then say. ))) 145
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I'm going round the tower,
^ I'm going round the moat.
I'm showing you my house,
I'm showing you my bow.
I'm going through the flowers, I 'm showing you my mouse,
I'm walking with a goat! I'm walking on my toes!
We often spell the /au/ sound with the letters ow or ou.
Vowel sounds /ao/ and / m /
Writing
1 Look at the concept map and complete paragraphs 1, 2 and 3.
ip.jsi ciam acroboJts
fcoJur\ raent^
nedt'gMl
^awes
tops baVks
c0^ biscuit*
food -butbW
cV\ ae.se ^
^DENlA L
^\ / \ RVCET
-OOoodcjft
w o & r p*21' *
ar\\t t\o)s
/ 00Ve^^s
- f s W l * / ' ~7 "' \ x bags
trvedlie\/ai
me^iev/al V\abs <^\oe*
2 Number the phrases.
Then write paragraph 4.
to take home.
key rings and bags too.
You can buy | | - __ __
Duy a souvenir | | |
caps and T-shirts.
Weve got j

medieval hats and shoes.


W e l c o m e to
Medieval Market!
En t er t a in men t
Theres lots to see and do at the
medieval market. Listen to the
____________!Watch the
jugglers and_____________!Try
some medieval games!
2 FOOD
Weve got lots of nice things to eat!
Try our cakes and__________.You
can buy butter,___________and
jam too.
TOYS
Buy a medieval toy! Weve got tops
and_________________. There are
wooden animals and
So u ven ir s
Buu a souvenir to take home.
too.
3 Write a leaflet about an attraction. \ -\
1 Plan your writing: make a concept map.
2 Write the text in your notebook and check it carefully.
3 Design your leaflet and add the text.
4 Decorate the leaflet.
Make your work look attractive.
Use pictures and write neatly.
How to write about an attraction
1 Complete the sums. Then write the
sums in words.
plus minus equals one two
three four ten fifty ninety
hundred thousand and
1 150 +50 =200_______
One hundred and fiftu plus fiftu__________
equals two hundred.____________________
2 1200 +2000 =___________
3 100 - 10 =
Do the puzzle.
You can make these numbers with 3 straight
lines. Read the numbers.
Ill IV VI IX XI LI
Can you make these numbers with 4 straight
lines?
seven Yes VH
ten __________
twelve __________
fourteen __________
fifteen __________
twenty __________
fifty __________
one thousand __________
Roman numbers
4 400 - 150 =
2 Complete.
4 Complete the Roman numbers
crossword.
Ixxx
LXXX\
X
[CLXIl/
XXV,
Across C ^]
3 thirteen
5 thirty
6 twenty-five
7 one thousand
and ten
8 nine
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Down c n
1 one hundred
and nine
2 one hundred
and sixty-two
3 fourteen
4 eighty
7 two thousand
5 Read the text and circle the numbers you find.
S q m
ABOUT fAE
I'to X.
iVe. apt II brothers. I haven't <xpt om sisters.
lAy older brother is XIV toy younger brother is
lAy mother is XXXVIII toy -father is XL.
We live (\t October Lll C-ibson Street.
IV people live if) toy ho^se.
I've opt VI cousins.
[Ay birthday is on the XI of' April.
lAy favourite October is VII.
IX.
6 Now write about yourself using Roman numbers. \ \
two
four
five
six
seven
nine
(5 )
eleven
fourteen
sixteen
thirty-eight
forty
fifty-two
sixty
Self-evaluation
Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
Not at all Very well
I can remember the town words from CB page 21.
I can give and follow directions.
I can make sentences in the past simple.
A I can act out my version of the story.
I can say some words with these
sounds: /a o/ and /su/.
I can do a role play about visiting places in
a castle.
H I can write a leaflet about an attraction.
I can remember the maths words
from CB page 26.
I 1can read Roman numbers.

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Review of the unit
Grammar
The Past simple (regular and irregular verbs)
There was ... There were ...
could couldn' t
Things we read
Kitchen items
Places in a town
1 Look and read. Write the days under the pictures.
Jim is twelve. His sister
Jess is ten. Last summer
they went on holiday to
Sunnyport. Here is Jim's
diary of the holiday.
El l
Saturday - U)e, arrived in Sunnyport a t -fou.r oc.!oc,k and
uje.nt to the. be,at^h. J ess made, a big sandc^astle. and
I took a photo. I t toas brilliant! U)e, had dinne.r in the.
hote.1. I ate, ahic~ke~n and ahips.
Sunday - Today bue. toe-nt to a big adventure, playground.
I c,limbe.d up a ve.ry high !adde,r. I didnt like, it! f\ -fte.r
lunc.h Je~s.5 and I playe.d te^nni:s. f\ nd I didnt like, that
e,ithe,r!
Monday - I t raine.d all day! I n the, morning I ujrote.
postcards, to all o-f my -friends. In the. a-fte,rnoon toe.
visite,d a dinosaur muse.um. J &ss ujas ve.ry -frighte.ne.d.
Saturday
2 Find five regular past forms in
Jim's diary.
Remember: The past forms of regular
verbs end in - ed.
1 arrived 4
2 5
3
Check your answers on page 91.
3 Find the irregular past forms in
Jim's diary. Complete the table.
Infinitive
q o
Past form
went
made
take
be
was (were)
i
j
Uni ts I
ESI
Revision
4 Write sentences about Jess's day
yesterday. Use verbs from Activity 3.
to the beach a shower
chicken and chips to the swimming pool
a letter a model a postcard a bath
a pizza a sandcastle
5 Circle six differences.
Write sentences about 1890.
She had a shower. She didnt have a bath.
w
Here is a photo of
Sunny port High street now.
supermarket cars flowers trees
market hotel
In 1890
1
2
3
4
5
6
There was a hotel.
There werent any trees.
Here is a photo of
Sunnyport High Street in 1890.
J 2
Revision
6 Listen to Jim and Jess.
Write the ages. *)152
!e,ame,d to ride- a bike,: age,
le,arne,d to sujim: age,----------
7 Complete the dialogue.
could was No ould eight couldn't
were Yes five could were was
10 Circle 11 words. Write.
__Could__you ride a bike
when you____________ se ve n?
I learned
to ride a bike wh en
And . you swim when you
.se ve n?
8 Now listen again and check. *))) 152
9 Ask and answer.
^Could you swim wh en you were seven?)
Yes, l could. / No, l couldn't .
I le arne d to swim when I was ...
w e b s i t e b d c
a n i n m f n t i 1
s c
P
e e w a u c e
d
y
e w t a r c t a
n c
9
s 1 t h o i f
o 1 t
P
r 1
j
m o 1
t o m a
g
a z i n e
i
p
a
P
e s 0 c a t
c e V e
y
c e r r n
e d m r a s t i
y 9
b i f 0 0 s t e
0
c a 1 e n d a r 1 d
poster
WWW.
Wm
m 3
May
11 Ask and answer.
How do you spell 'a t la s'?
A-T-L-A-S.
Revision
12 Solve the riddle.
castle knife jug dog town eight market hotel church spoon
calendar glass poster six cup fork
My sixth letter is in ^
d
[W
Lni
My fourth letter is in q|
My first letter is in
My third letter is in
My seventh letter is in
My eighth letter is in
My second letter is in ! q '
My fifth letter is in
glass and in
and
_______
iYrm-rrrrn-|
and in
_ and in
and
m m
and in
MW
Co)
and in ^q s
and in
What am I? A ______________ _a_______ .
13 Look at the picture. Find, circle and write.
2 things beginning with p 2 things beginning with h
______ police station
2 things beginning with b
3 things beginning with m
3 things beginning with c 3 things beginning with s
14 Now do the activities in the PMB. pmbs pages 16 and 17
At the museum
Vocabulary
1 Number the pictures.
1 string 2 straw 3 card 4 paint
5 paper clip 6 tape 7 stapler
8 drawing pin 9 glue 10 paintbrush
11 wire
3 Look and tick or cross. Then write
sentences.
a
/

2 Write the words.


You can count these things
(countable nouns):
straws
You can't count these things
(uncountable nouns):
string
f ^ B B
m

straws 0 stapler
wire 0 string
glue paint
paper clips LI drawing pins
tape paintbrush

i
jH L Use a/an with countable nouns in the singular:
There's a stapler. There isn't a pai ntbrush.
Use someand any with countable nouns in
the plural:
There are some paperclips.
There aren't any paperclips.
Use someand any with uncountable nouns:
There's some gl ue. There isn't any gl ue.
1 There are some straws.
2 There isnt anu wire.
3
4
5 _______________
6
7 _________
8
Vocabulary and speaking
Can you pass me the tape, please?
Can I have some card, please?
1 Listen and number. )))1.54
Yes. Here you are.
X^Can I borrow your glue, please?^ / Sorry, I haven't got one.
Sorry, I'm using it.
Sorry, I haven't got any.
3 Look, read and complete the questions.
1 Yu need some string. It is
V(NNl m on your friend's desk.
pass m e .
You need some paper clips.
The teacher has got some.
2 Complete the questions. Use your answers
from Activity 1. Then listen again and
circle the answers you hear. )))1.54
some paper clips a black pen
your paintbrush the tape
You need a stapler but you
haven't got one. Your friend
has got a stapler.
borrow
1 Can I have a black pea , please?
a Yes. Here you are.
b )Sorry, I haven't got one.
2 Can you pass me___
a Yes. Here you are.
b Sorry, I'm using it.
3 Can I borrow
a Yes, of course,
b Sorry, I'm using it.
4 Can I have
a Yes. Here you are.
b Sorry, I haven't got any.
How to ask for things politely
please?
please?
please?
5 Ask and answer.
Practise the questions and answers with your
partner. Use real classroom objects.
ruler scissors glue rubber
Listen and repeat. >))1.55
Ca n 1h ave som e t a pe , ple ase ?
Ca n you pass m e the glue, please?
Can' b^ Pmc, pleax?
Grammar
Past simple questions with question words
Where ...? Where did he go? He went to the museum.
What time ...? What time did they arrive? They arrived at ten o'clock.
What...? What did you drink? We drank milkshakes.
Who ...? Who did she play with? She played with her friends.
When ...? When did he leave? He left at half past twelve.
How many ...? How many ice creams did you eat? I ate two ice creams.
1 Listen and number. ) i.ss
b
2 Make questions. Match them to the
pictures in Activity 1.
1 ? did What see you
Picture___
2 have lunch Where you ? did
Picture___
3 you go did ? When
Picture___
4 Who ? you go with did
Picture___
3 Now listen and check. )158
4 Read the answers and write the
questions.
Meg's summer holiday
When How What Where What Who
go with ge see eat travel go
Where did Meg go on hotidau?
She went to Italy.
Who did she______________ *
She went with her mum and dad.
\ She ate pizza and pasta.
She saw the Tower of Pisa.
She travelled by plane and
by train.
Past simple questions with question words ^
Grammar
5 Write questions to ask your partner.
1 Use the questions in Activity 3 to help you. \
1 Where did i/ ou ao on holidau?
2
3
4
5
6
7 Answer the questions about yesterday.
Use full sentences.
1 What did you have for lunch?
I had_________________________________
2 Who did you play with?
3 How much water did you drink?
4 What did you do after school?
5 When did you have dinner?
6 Now ask and answer.
6 What time did you go to bed?
8 Read the story again, cb page 30] )156
9 Match. Then cover the sentence endings and tell the story.
1 The children went to---------- a on the floor.
2 They saw a pot of b feet in the glue.
3 The Red Wolves ran
4 The glue fell
5 Oli put his
6 Meg and Rav pulled
7 Oli saw some information about
8 The Earl of Sandwich
c green glue,
d the Earl of Sandwich,
e the museum,
f past the table,
g invented the sandwich!
h Oli out of the glue.
10 Complete the story playscript. pmb page 19
^ Past simple questions with question words Telling a story
E S B
Pronunciation and spelling
1 Listen and repeat. ))) 159
2 Listen. Which sound do you hear? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. ))) 160
brush
3 Write the words next to the correct picture.
7 ?
cousin star colour aunt heart uncle cut armour plus mask
cousin
4 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.
5 Listen to the chant. Then say. ))) 162
My aunt has got some card,
She's cutting out some masks.
My uncle's got some colours,
He colours very fast!
My brother's got some stars,
My father's got some hearts.
My cousin's got a brush
To decorate the masks!
We often spell the / a / sound with the letter u.
Vowel sounds /a:/ and /a/

Writing
1 Look, read and unscramble the words.
This is a Dragon puppet. 1 made, i t ou t o-f pa per,
Mrac_____ and. strains. I use,d scissors, 2apet______
paint and a paintbrush too. F irst I made. the. he,ad and
th e ta i l ou.t o-f a a rd , and I use,d 3napit______________ to
de,c.orate, them. Then 1 made th e bodg ou t o-f
4eprap____________ . Next 1 glued th e head and ta i l to the.
bodej. Finalltj I stuc.k. th e Swrasst________________ to the, head
and ta i l ujith tape..
1 made, a mj.rukxte. 1 made xt out of thun paper .
6tswrsa and stri ng. I used 7egul
tape and scissors ten?. F^rst J stuck the straurs together
urxth tape to ma/<e a cross shape. A/ext 1 out a ki te
shape and a trxancj/e out of the 8rappe ________________ .
Then I gl ued the straps onto the paper , and J gl ued
the tri angl e onto the mxddle of the kxte. Fj,na/ Xy
I added the tau.1 and the 9gristn ___________ .
2 Number the sentences.
a I u)aite.d -for the, ylu.e. to dry
The.n I took out the, balloon.
b Ne.xt 1 put some. be,ans in the. shake,r
and c,lose,d the, hole, ujith tape,.
c. 1 made, a shake,r. I made, it out o-f
a balloon, pape,r and be.ans. 1 u.se.d
ylu.e,t tape,, paint and a paintbrush
too.
d Finally 1 painte.d my shak.e,r.
e. First 1 c.ove.re.d the. balloon
ujith glue, and pape.r.
3 Write about an object you have made. Q^
1 Choose your object. Make a list of the materials you used.
2 Write about your object. Check your work carefully.
3 Draw a picture. Write your text neatly.
Use first, then, next, finally in
your text.
How to write about something you have made
E B 01
Inventors and inventions
1 Write the words.
zip eaf jeans camera teabag
mobile phone microwave oven fridge
car
A
6 I M
8
2 Look. Match the questions and answers.
1800-
1800
battery
Italy
1850-
1900-
1950-
2000-
1 When was the straw invented?
2 Where was the skateboard invented?
3 Where was the battery invented?
4 When was the digital watch invented?
5 Where was the paper clip invented?
a In Norway. d In 1970.
b In the USA. e In Italy
c In 1888.
3 Read. Match the text to the pictures.
1 Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone.
He came from Scotland, but he lived in the USA.
He was a teacher at a school for deaf people.
Picture___
2 Bell wanted to send words along wires. He
did lots of experiments. Picture___
3 One day in 1876 he had an accident in his
laboratory. He dropped acid on his trousers!
Picture___
4 He used his new invention to call his
assistant. He said, 'Mr Watson! Come here! I
want you!' This was the first telephone
call. Picture___
4 Complete the crossword. What did
these people invent?
j You can find the answers on CB page 34.
1 Levi Strauss 2 Thomas Sullivan
3 Jacob Perkins 4 Joseph Niepce
5 Percy LeBaron Spencer
1
J
2
3
4
5
Marvin Stone invented the
Inventions
5 Read and answer.
This is a hornte_\A/orK
ryyxc.hine. 1 in/ e.nte.d i t in
2005. I t can do troths,
English and 5c/ ence
hornesAsorK. I t h as aot
a screen and a pri nter.
Ycv pot the. exerc/ se
into the hole a t the
top. I f i t is Haths,
press button A. I f i t is
English, pull lever B. I f i t
is Science, torn wheel C.
When yoo hear the be]I
your horYye\A/orK is re.ady.
6 Invent a machine and write about it. !
1 When did she invent
the homework
machine? In 2005 .
2 What can it do?
3 What do you do for
Maths homework?
4 What do you do for
English homework?
5 What do you do for
Science homework?
6 What do you hear
when your homework
is ready?___________
Self-evaluation
Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
I can remember the words for craft
items from CB page 29.
H I I can ask for things politely in
the classroom.
I can make questions in the Past simple.
A I can act out my version of the story.
I can say some words with these
sounds: / a:/ and / a / .
H I can do a role play about making
models.
I can write about something I
have made.
I can remember the inventions words
from CB page 34.
I I can use a timeline to talk about inventions.
Not at all Very well
__
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c n
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.
^ History Review of the unit
H I 3
Vocabulary
1 Number the pictures. 3 Look and write sentences.
1 make the dinner 2 do the washing
3 water the plants 4 put out the rubbish
5 tidy the living room 6 do the washing up
7 vacuum the carpet 8 make the bed
9 clean the windows

2 Make phrases.
the bathroom your homework a cake
the washing your bedroom
your shoes the bed your desk
the living room
2 3
Hes making the dinner.
rheure
\ l TiM --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
How to spell -i ng forms:
- most verbs: + i ng:
play -* playing sleep - sleeping
- 1vowel +1consonant: double the consonant:
swim- swimmi ng hop - * hoppi ng
- verbs ending in e: 0 + ing:
write writing skate- * skating
Vocabulary and speaking
hey don't have to water the plants, j \ He has to do the washing up.
I have to make my bed.
She doesn't have to tidy the living room.
1 Listen and tick or cross. ))) 25
2 Write sentences. Use your answers
from Activity 1.
Meg has to water the plants. 1
2 They dont have to
Oli
Meg
They
nut
Oli
How to talk about obligation
Do you have to clean the windows?
3 Write true or false for you.
1 I have to do the washing up once a day.
2 I have to make my bed every day.
3 I don't have to make my bed on
school days.
4 I don't have to vacuum the carpet.
5 I sometimes have to water the plants.
6 I usually have to put out the rubbish.
4 Listen and repeat. ))) 26
i\ do you h ave to m ake th e dinne r?
00 yw have to clpn*
ciean the wir,
windows?
5 Write questions.
Grammar
i
The Past continuous
Affirmative I was talking to my friend. He was playing tennis.
Negative I wasn't watching TV. He wasn't swimming.
Questions Were you playing football?
Was he visiting the museum?
Short answers Yes, I was. Yes, he was.
No, I wasn't. No, he wasn't.
Listen and number. ))) 29 4 Write questions about yesterday.
have breakfast watch television
sleep do your homework
have a shower travel to school
morning afternoon evening
1 Were uou watching television at six
o'clock in the evening?____________
2
3
2 Make sentences. Match them to the
pictures in Activity 1.
1 waiting They . at the bus stop were
Picture ___
2 a big box . carrying Meg was
Picture ___
3 ? in town were What doing you
Picture ___
4 her Rav Was ? helping
Picture___
3 Now listen and check. ))) 29
5 Now play a guessing game.
j Score one point for each correct guess.
Were you h a ving lunch a t one
oclock in t h e a ft e rnoon?
Gre a t ! One point
for m e!
i m b s B B E I
Grammar
6 Look and complete the sentences
about Rav.
have tea play on the computer
ride his bike do his homework
play football
1 At half past six, he was playing on the
computer.______________________________
2 At quarter past five, _________________
3 At seven o'clock,
4 At quarter to six,
5 At quarter to five,
8 Read the story again. |cb page 381>)) 2.7
7 Write sentences about yourself
yesterday afternoon.
At half past five, I was watching
television.
At quarter to three,
9 Match. Then cover the sentence endings and tell the story.
a of the play. 1 The Red Wolves had'
2 The children went through
3 It was the last scene
4 The detective was asking
5 Mr Pitt didn't
6 Mr Pitt was with
7 Milly
8 The Red Wolves had
-b the last tickets for the play,
c kill Mr Trent.
d the detective at eight o'clock,
e questions,
f killed Mr Trent,
g the wrong answer,
h the stage door.
10 Complete the story playscript. PMBPage23
t The Past continuous Telling a story
jssfClOl
Pronunciation and spelling
1 Listen and repeat. ))) 210
2 Listen. Which sound do you hear? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. ))) 211
witch
3 Write the words next to the correct picture.
queen
king cheese beach jeans dinner kitchen knee teabag women wizard
4 Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.
5 Listen to the chant. Then say. ))) 213
The king is in the kitchen,
He's drinking cups of tea.
The queen is at the beach,
She's swimming in the sea.
We usually spell the /i:/ sound with the letters ee or ea.
))) 2-i2
The king is having dinner,
He's eating bread and cheese.
The queen is wearing jeans
To hide her knobbly knees!
Vowel sounds /i/ and /i:/ 0
Writing
1 Read the text and complete the table.
Juliet Jennings is eleven. She is Dorothy in the Wizard of Oz. She is in
Year 6 at school. This is her first big part. She loves acting. Juliet says
'It's great fun!'
Mark Springer is the Lion in the play. Mark is in Year 5. He's ten.
He says, 'The lion is a great character, but I don't like the mask.
It's too hot!'
Tamara Jones is the Bad Witch. She wants to be an actor. She is nine years
old and she is in Year 5. Tamara is good at singing and dancing. She loves
her hat. Tamara says, 'It's funny!'
t
Name Juliet Jennings Mark Springer John Flemming
Age 11 10
Year at school 6 6
Character Bad Witch Tin Man
Likes / doesn't like likes acting doesn't like his costume
Why? it's too hot he can't move very well
2 Look at the table and complete the programme note.
John Flemming is the 1_________________ . He is 2
and he is in 3
years old
j J j ' .
j #1"
____________________. This is his first big part in the school
play. He loves acting, but he doesn't like 4___________________. John says,
It's very uncomfortable. 15_______________________________________ .'
pm
%gg00:
3 Imagine you are in a play. Write a programme note about yourself.
1 Complete the table for yourself.
2 Write your programme note.
3 Draw yourself and write your text neatly.
; Tip
Use commas and speech marks like this:
Tamara saysQ I t s funny!
How to write a programme note
Name
Age
Year at school
Character
Likes / doesn't like
Why?
IBS 3
Musical instruments
1 Write the words.
xylophone clarinet violin
piano flute electronic keyboard drum
trumpet guitar tambourine
2 Guess the answers. Then listen and
check. '})) 219 '
1 Did they play the guitar in Ancient Egypt?
a yes b no
2 How many keys does a piano usually have?
a 66 b 88
3 Do you play the Hawaiian flute with
your nose?
a yes b no
4 How long is the tube of a trumpet?
a about lm b about 2m
5 What is a violin bow made of?
a wood and cow hair
b wood and horse hair
3 Listen and tick. What kind of
instruments can you hear? >)) 221
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1
2
3
4
5
6
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4 Look at the picture and complete
the sentences. s
keyboard wind string percussion
1 There are four______________instruments.
2 There are three______________instruments.
3 There is one______________instrument.
4 There are five______________instruments.
Mi
5 Read the text. Write true or false.
htj name. is f\ !dar a. I live, in Qal i ci a in Spai n. Mer e a r e
some. G,al i ci an i nstr uments.
This is a Gal i ci an bagpi pe.. I t s a l oi nd
i nstru.me.nt. I t is ver y popul ar in Gal i ci a.
Mtj da d p/aus i t. Car l os Nuftez. and Cr i sti na
Pato a r e -famous bagpi pe pl aaer s.
T h er e a r e l ots o-f per cussi on i nstr uments
in Gal i ci a. U)eve apt dr ums and
tambour i nes. I pl au t h e tambour i ne.
I go t o cl a sses ever g tveek..
T hese shel l s a r e per cussi on i nstr uments
t oo. They a r e scal l op shel l s. You hi t them
t oget h er . Someti mes peopl e pl ag spoons!
1 There are bagpipes in
Galicia.
2 Aldara's dad plays the
drums.
3 Carlos Nunez is a famous
guitar player.
4 Aldara plays the
tambourine.
5 You can make music with
scallop shells.
6 Draw some musical instruments and write about them. \
Self-evaluation
\
Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
Not at all
I can remember the housework jobs
words from CB page 37.
I can talk about what I have to do at home.
I can make sentences in the Past continuous.
I can act out my version of the story.
I can say some words with these
sounds: /i/ and / i:/ .
mm I can do a role play about being in a play.
I I can write a note about myself for a
theatre programme.
I can remember the musical instrument
words from CB page 42.
I I can identify different kinds of
musical instruments.
Very well
Review of the unit
Vocabulary
1 Numbe r the pictures .
1 roast beef 2 vegetables 3 lamb stew
4 strawberry ice cream 5 sausages
6 banana milks hake 7 apple pie
8 tomato soup 9 baked potato
10 mas he d potato 11 s alad 12 chips
3 Write two sentences about e ach food.
a

m

2 Write the words.


A 8 I t
X
1
X X
X
X
X X ,
1 Rav arid Oil tike s aus age s . Meg doe s n' t
tike s aus age s .___________________________
Vocabulary and speaking
What would you like?
\Would you like a dessert?
What would you like to drink?
Anything else?
I' d like tomato soup, please.
Can I have some ice cream, please?
1 Listen and tick the foods you hear. ) 2.24
2 Comple te the dialogue . Use your
ans wers from Activity 1.
Are you read y to o r d e r ? j
l am.
What woul d you like? J
I'd like chicken and vegetable1
please.
Anything else?
r
Yes. I'd like2 and 3
V
please.
J
What would you like to dri nk?
Can I have a bottle o f " .
pl ease?
Yes, of course. And would you like a dessert? J
Yes, please. I'd like some!
please.
3 Now lis te n and check. ))) 2.24
How to order food in a restaurant
4 Listen and repeat.
What would you like?
Can I have sausages and chips, please?
I'd like a mi lkshake, please
5 Comple te the me nu.
" f h e Incmdible ( M s
Menu
Main courses
D esserts
D rinks
6 Do a role play with your partne r.
Use your me nus .
D
Grammar
much, many and enough
Countable nouns Unc ountable nouns
Affir mativ e He eats too manv sweets.
He's qot e nouqh apples.
He's got too much suaar.
He's qot e nouah flour.
Ne gative He has n' t aot e nouah biscuits. He doe s n' t drink e nouah milk.
Que s tions How manv bananas has he got?
How manv tomatoes does he need?
How much chocolate has he got?
How much water does he need?
1 Lis ten and numbe r. ) 2.28
a __ b
2 Make sentences. Match the m to the
picture s in Activity 1.
1 too many got things I' ve .
Picture ___
2 pizza have n' t e nough . got We
Picture ___
3 too much You' ve ! cheese got
Picture___
4 . got tomatoes We' ve e nough
Picture ___
3 Now lis te n and check. >))2 28
4 Look at the lis t. Write the ques tions .
5 K o p p n a l> s t o r
p<\rby
1 k g c h e e s e
5o cUocotate
5 litres OrcAncje
2 o b<"ecxcL r o l l s
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^ Use How much ...? or How many
1 How much ice cre am do the u___________
nee d?____________________ Three litres.
Twenty.
One kilo.
Fifty.
Five litres.
Four.
Unit 6 much / many too much / many (not) enough ^
Grammar
5 Look at the picture and write sentences. 6 Write about the childre n.
1 Theuve got too much cheese.
eats drinks doesn't eat doesn' t drink
too much too many e nough e nough
She eats one piece of fruit
every week.
She doe s nt e at e nough fruit._______
He eats thirty biscuits
every day.
She drinks five litres of lemonade
every day.
He drinks one glass of water
every day.
7 Re ad the s tory again. |cb page 46~[ ))) 2.26
8 Match. The n cover the s entence e ndings and te ll the story.
1 The children went to
2 The children helped
3 They used carrots, flour,
4 Rav had too much
5 They bake d the pie in the oven
6 The pie weighed
7 The Red Wolves
8 All the children
a flour,
b arrived late,
c Mrs Midge make a pie.
d chicken and onions ,
e ate some pie.
f for half an hour.
. g Midge' s Res taurant,
h one and a quarter kilos.
9 Comple te the s tory plays cript. pm b page 27
t muc h/many too much / many (not) e nough ^ Telling a s tory
Pronunciation and spelling
1 Listen and repeat. ))) 2 29
2 Listen. Which s ound do you he ar? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. )))230
K B 5 1 /ZiZ] /7a 71
3 Write the words ne xt to the correct picture
flag apple drum lamb hone y
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actor grandad trumpet monkey s un
4 Listen and check. The n lis te n and repeat. ))) 231
5 Listen to the chant. The n say. ))) 232
It's lunchtime at the party,
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My gran has got a trumpet,
There's lamb and apple pie. My dad has got a drum.
There's honey in the sandwiches, My grandad' s got a flag,
The^sun is in the sky. We' re having lots of fun!
We ofte n s pell the /a/ s ound u. But s ome time s we s pell it with the letter o.
Vowel s ounds /x/ and /a/
Writing
1 Read and complete the concept map.
Ply fa.vouri.te. f ood l s fcsh and chi ps. Fi.sh cund chi ps i s a
tradi ti onal Briti.sh di sh. It ' s made, f rom f i sh and pot at oes.
T her e ar e spea a ! shops an Bri tai n that sell fcsh and chp s.
W e of t en have fcsh and c hp s uAien u/e qo to the beach.
I I owe chi cken curr y. It l s a tradi ti onal Indi an di sh. fAy mum
makes it on Sundays. It ' s made f rom chi cken and sp i ces. Mum
put s yoqhurt in it too. )ou eat it u/ith nee. It ' s del i ci ous.
2 Comple te the text. Use the conce pt map.
1 like . It's a 2 su/eet
bi S CU i t . It's made from flour, butter and S u o a r . My nxuoi makes i t at
3 _____________________ . She put s lots of suqar on top.
It's favourite btscuiT.
3 Write about s ome thing you like e ating.
1 Make a concept map about food that you like.
2 Choose one thing and write about it in your notebook.
Check your work carefully.
3 Draw a picture of the food. Copy your text neatly.
Re me mbe r to use capital letters for:
- days of the week: Sunday
- countries : India
^fadi'b'O'Oal
CjCofct*
( ^V ' S 6w<X& Oa ds JWouOi^e tiScui^.
How to des cribe your favourite food
Nutrition
1 Look and complete the sentences.
high in
starch
high in
s ugar
high in
protein
high in
fat
high in
calcium
high in
vitamins
high in
fibre
rice, potatoes, bread,
pas ta
cakes, chocolate,
sweets
fish, meat, beans,
cheese, milk, nuts, eggs
butter, oil, cheese,
chocolate, nuts
milk, yoghurt, cheese,
nuts, s pinach
fruit, vegetables
fruit, vegetables,
brown bread, beans
1 Chocolate is high i n _____s ugar
a nd__________________.
2 Fruit and vegetables are high in
and
3 Nuts are high in
and
4 Milk is high in and
5 Brown bread is high in
2 Draw a me al. Comple te the chart.
Has your
me al g o t ...
Yes or
No?
Foods
protein?
starch?
vitamins ?
fibre?
calcium?
fat?
s ugar?
Be careful - we shouldnt eat too much fat or sugar!
3 Comple te the puzzle .
Eve ry r ow a nd c o l u m n mus t hav e one
food t ha t is hi g h i n protein, one food
t ha t is hi g h i n starch, a nd one food t ha t
is hi g h i n vitamins.
pas ta bread tomatoes cheese
potatoes s almon carrots s pinach beef
and .
6 Beans are hiah in and
pas ta
7 Spinach and cheese are high
in .
Science ^
4 Look, re ad and write true or false.
Choc, o Wheels and. Lem on Snaps are my fav/ourtte bi scui t s.
Nutrition Inf ormat i on f or Nutri ti on Inf ormat i on f or
Choeo Wheels Lemon S naps
per lOOg per biscuit (23g) per lOOg per biscuit (15g)
Protein 5.8g l-3g
Protein
3-lg 0.5g
Carbohydrates
(sugars)
(starch)
63.2g
21.5g
41.7g
14.8g
4.9g
9.9g
CS3 3 - '
Carbohydrates
(sugars)
(starch)
67.6g
30.0g
37.6g
lO.lg
4.5g
5.6
Fat 25.2g <
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n
b
o
o
t
a
Fat 17.3g 2.6g
Fibre 2.7g 0.6g Fibre 0.9g O.lg
Salt 0.5g 0.15g Salt 0.5g trace
/ There is more pr ot ei n In a Lemon Snap than in a (Lhodo Wheel.
2 There is more suaar In c l Clnocio Wheel than in c l Lemon SncLp. _
3 A Lemon Snap has got more fat than c l CJ not,o Wheel.
/ There is more f i bre In c l CJdocl o Wheel than i.n a Lemon Snap.
5 A Lemon Snap has got less salt than a dhoc.o Wheel. _______
5 Find s ome nutrition tables . Write true s entences about the m, j
Self-evaluation
Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
Not at all
I can remember the words for food and drink
from CB page 45.
WM I can order food in a res taurant.
I can make sentences with too much, too many
and enough.
A I can act out my version of the story.
H I can say some words with these sounds: /se/
and / a /.
I can do a role play about a party or carnival.
I can write a description of a food or dish.
I can remember the nutrient words from
CB page 50.
I I can talk about nutritional tables on
food packets.
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Science Review of the unit
Gr ammar
Voc abulary
Past s imple questions
Craft items
\
The Past continuous Housework jobs
\
\
Quantifiers : too much too many (not) enough Food and drink
1 Write the -ing form of the verbs.
vacuum vacuuming make ________________ _ put out
clean
2 Look and write s entences. Use the verbs from Activity 1.
the beds the was hing up the lunch the bathroom the rubbis h the living room
the carpet the was hing
Jim and Jess are
tired. It is their
mum' s birthday.
They worked
very hard this
morning!
9.30-10.00
1 At 1.45, the u were making turtch.
2 At 10.25, Jim was doing the was hing.
3 At 9.40,
5 At 10.50,
10.00-10.15
4 At 11.15,
10.15-10.30
6 At 12.10,
1 . 0 0 - 1 . 1 0
.its
ES I Revision
i Write ques tions .
l What was Jim doing at 11.45?
4 Now as k and ans wer.
5 Circle the correct words .
Shall we make a kite?
, , , -(some.
Yes! Here sv paper,
any r r
We need some straws.
How much
How many
straws have we got?
We've got lots - look!
There isn't
\
some . .
any y
c
There isn't
enough . . '
J string,
any J
, haven t got
And we , J
have got
enough glue.
This is silly! Let's
go shopping!
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7 Look at the lis t and write sentences.
Banana cake
You need:
3 bananas, 150g butter, 150g sugar,
300g flour, 2 eggs t
*
Use too much, too many or enough.
8 Write que s tions and ans wers about the
picture s in Activity 7.
1 How many bananas has he got? Two.
2 How much s ugar has he got? 250g._______
6 Now lis te n and check. ))) 239
5
9 Make que s tions about Jim' s day
on Saturday.
1 get up ? he What time did
12 Find, circle and write the words.
What time did he ge t up?
2 did go Where he ?
3 did in the park he ? do What
-----------------
4 he the park Whe n ? leave did
10 Now as k and ans wer.
11 Comple te the que s tions about Jess's
day on Saturday. Find the ans wers .
What Who What time What Where
1 v- igt , ng did she get up?
2 did she have
for breakfast?
the morning?
did she do in
did she see at

the tennis court?


5 _______________ did she have lunch?
a Cereal and toast,
b At home,
c She played tennis ,
d At eight o' clock,
e Her best friend.
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m a s h e d w m o b
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8
lamb stew and
chocolate
apple
vanilla
potato a nd.
mus hroom
and
beef and
13 Ask and ans wer.
potato
How do you spell 'potato'?) p-q -t -a -t -q .
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H IB B
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Revision
14 Solve the riddle .
s alad flute ghte hand zip chips living room
violin jeans paint card car lunch tape wtre string
My seventh letter is in
BS
My fourth letter is in D
My third letter is in _
My s ixth letter is in _
My first letter is in __
glue
and in
W
and in
h
and in J
and in
My fifth letter is in
My eighth letter is in
My second letter is in
What am I? A
and in
. and in
__and in
and in
15 Look at the picture . Find, circle and write.
3 things be ginning with p 3 things be ginning with s
__________ paint_________
3 things be ginning with c 2 things be ginning with m
3 housework jobs
wire
16 Now do the activitie s in the PMB. p mb pages 30 and 31
Vocabulary
1 Numbe r the pictures .
1 deer 2 pigeon 3 mous e 4 fox
5 blackbird 6 hawk 7 robin 8 hedgehog
9 badger 10 caterpillar 11 squirrel
12 s nail
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2 Write the words .
I' ve seen these animals :
I have n' t seen thes e animals :
3 Write the ans wers for 1-3. The n write
the ques tions for 4-8.
P-av's Nature Photos
I saw these animals last weefc
in 5luebeU Wood, in Meg's garden,
on Monday on Wednesday
at school, on
Thursda-j
in Oli's garden,
on Friday
in the part, on
Saturday
at Northcourt
Castle, on Sunday
1 What did he see on Thursday? A caterpiH:
2 Whe n did he see a hawk?________
3 Where did he see a fox?
On Wednesday
A hedgehog
At Northcourt Castle.
In Oli' s garden
8
A fox
Vocabulary and speaking
It eats worms and roots.
It' s a mammal.
It' s got four legs.
\lt's black and white ./
1 Listen and numbe r. )241
a . b
u d
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2 Tick the correct de s criptions .


Hedgehog
Appearance-: brown, with sharp spines 0
brown, with big teeth
Habitats: mountains and woods
woods and gardens
food: small birds and animals
worms, snails, roots and fruit
Pigeon
Appearance: blacfc and white
gre'f and white
Habitats: woods, towns and cities
mountains and woods
Food: grass and leaves
fruit, seeds, food in rubbish bins
Its got. - hoc beak Jimr ^nnj , dUMs.,:
It lives in wioas.. 3f s e k L
4 Comple te the dialog ue s .
i (
It's a m a m m a . ac5 m m$L
it's got a big toi. It Ewe in t m
is it a
It's a bird. It's brown and red.
It eats insects and \Novms. It lives in gardens.
Is it a
6 Des cribe an animal.
3 Now lis te n and check. *2>)242
Can your friends guess your animal?
Listen and repeat. *)243
it's a mammal-
it's red or grey.
It's got a big tail.
It lives in trees.
How to describe animals
BsatSS
Grammar
going to
Aff ir mativ e I' m going to have a
s andwich.
She's going to watch TV. They' re going to vis it the
mus e um.
Ne gative I' m not going to go
s wimming.
She is n' t going to do her
homework.
They are n' t going to go
s wimming.
Que s tions Are you going to re ad your
book?
Is she going to climb a
tree?
Are they going to do their
homework?
S hort
ans we rs
Yes, I am.
No, I' m not.
Yes, she is.
No, she is n' t.
Yes, they are.
No, they are n' t.
4 Write ques tions .
play computer games watch televis ion
have a party visit your grandparents
play football go to the park
on your birthday this evening
tomorrow at the weekend
next week this afternoon
1 Are you going to watch te le vis ion________
this evening ?___________________________
2
j
3 _________________________________________
2 Make s entences . Match the m to the ------------------------------
picture s in Activity 1. 4 _____________________________________
1 be It's ! going to hot _________________________________________
_________________________________________ 5 _________________________________________
Picture___
2 going to in a tent We ! aren' t sleep 6
Picture ___
3 my bag going to I' m pack .
Picture ___
4 ten T-shirts Are ? going to wear you
Picture ___
3 Now lis te n and check. ))) 2.45
going to +
Grammar
I
6 Look and write sentences.
do ride teke go make
s wimming a s andwich
their homework a bike a photo
Hes going to take a photo.
E 3 9 L
8 Re ad the s tory again. |c b page 54 ] >)) 2.44
7 Write about your plans .
1 What are you going to do this evening?
Im going to_______________________________
2 What are you going to do tomorrow?
3 What are you going to do on Saturday?
4 What are you going to do at the weekend?
5 What are you going to do next week?
6 What are you going to do on your
birthday?
9 Match. The n cover the s entence e ndings and te ll the story.
1 The children wanted to read--a in the tower.
2 They climbed to the top
3 They heard a noise and
4 They read the message
5 There was an owl
6 It crashed
7 The children took it to
8 They saved
10 Comple te the s tory plays cript. p mb page 33
b they were scared,
c the message on the flag,
d with Oli' s binoculars ,
e the animal rescue centre,
f of the church tower,
g the owl's life.
Ji into a wall.
^ going to Telling a s tory
n m r d c j
Pronunciation and spelling
1 Lis ten and repeat. ))) 247
2 Listen. Whic h s ound do you he ar? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. >)) 248
3 Write the words ne xt to the correct picture .
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4
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straw bird circle church four burger s tormy draw
shirt morning
5 Listen to the chant. The n say. ))) 250
C ____
Draw a bird with a worm,
Draw a girl in a skirt.
Draw a hawk on a church,
) Draw a four on a shirt.
I
Draw a girl on a church,
Draw a bird in a skirt!
Draw a four on a worm,
Draw a hawk in a shirt!
Here are three ways of s pe lling the h:/ s ound ir, ur and or.
l
Vowel s ounds /:<:/ and h j |
Writing
btts raining classroom play badger dress s unny deer man
theatre hedgehog costumes
1 Write the words unde r the correct picture
bus
2 Re ad and find the mis s ing sentences. Write the letters.
A day out at the Animal Rescue Centre
-------1---------We went by bus and we
arrived at ten oclock. It was a sunny day.
2-------------------A man told us about the
Centre. 3-------------------Then it was lunchtime
and we had a picnic.
After lunch we saw lots of different animals.
There was a deer and some badgers. 4----------
We had a great time and I didnt want to go
home.
A visit to the Royal Theatre
Our class visited the Royal Theatre last week.
5-------------------The theatre is near our
school, so we walked there. It was raining!
Miss Thomas works at the theatre. She showed
us the different parts of the theatre. I liked the
costume room best. 6-------------------
Then we watched the play. It was called The
Sad Story of Steven Smith. 7-------------------
The costumes were fantastic.
a He showed us pictures of plants and
animals in the area,
b Miss Thomas showed us a beautiful dress,
c First we went to a classroom,
d It was n' t sad - it was very funny!
e I was very excited because I want to be
an actor!
f Class 5B went to the Animal Rescue Centre
last week.
g My favourite animals were the baby
hedgehogs.
3 Write about a day out.
1 Choose your topic.
2 Write a list of useful words.
3 Write your compos ition. Check it carefully.
4 Draw a picture. Copy your compos ition neatly.
Make your text interes ting. Include your
opinions and feelings:
The costumes were fantas tic.
How to write about a day out
Food chains
1 Comple te the sentences.
a carnivore an omnivore consumers
a herbivore a producer
1 A sheep only eats grass. It' s ___________
2 All animals are .
3 A s almon eats other fish, but it doesn' t eat
plants . It' s ___________________.
4 Every food chain starts with_____________.
5 A mous e eats fruit, seeds and insects.
Its ___________________.
2 Read. Draw the mis s ing arrows on the
food web.
The herbivores in this web are giraffes, impala
and zebra. Giraffes and impala eat acacia trees.
Impala and zebras eat grass. The carnivores in this
web are cheetahs, leopards and lions. Cheetahs
eat impala. Leopards eat impala and cheetahs.
Lions eat all the animals in this food web.
Part o f a food web in the African savannah
lion
3 Look and ans we r the ques tions .
j Part o f a food web in the Antarctic\
killer whale
1 What do leopard seals eat?
They eat emperor penguins and
crabeater seals .
2 What do s quid eat?
They e at_________________.
3 What do emperor penguins eat?
They e at________________, _____
a nd_________________.
4 What do killer whales eat?
They e at______________________ and
5 What do crabeater seals eat?
They eat________________, __
and .
Roles in a food chain
4 Re ad and draw.
Th/S is a ood chain in a ie Id. The produc e r is (jras s . Gras s hoppe rs ea^r aras s .
e ak g ras s hoppe rs . S nake s e ak ra^rs and 4-hen haulks e ak s nake s . Gras s hoppe rs are
he rbivore s . Ra ks are otxnivore s . S nake s and hauks are carnivore s .
This is a ood chain in a hous e or a g arde n. I + s karks toikh apple s . Mice e ak apple s and
c aks e ak mc e . I +k/Vik u.ice are otvtnivores . Caks are carnivore s .
5 Draw a food c hain and write about it. \-\
Self-evaluation
Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
Not at all
I can remember the woodland
animals words from CB page 53.
I can describe animals .
I can make sentences with going to.
A. I can act out my version of the story.
I can say some words with these
sounds: /3:/ and /o:/.
I can do a role play about adopting
an animal.
I 1 can write about a day out.
I can remember the food chain words
from CB page 58.
I 1 can talk about food chains
and food webs.
Very well
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Review of the unit
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Vocabulary
T ip
3 Comple te the sentences.
Us e ' s or ' to s how pos s ess ion.
- one pers on: + 's
the pos tman's hat the pos tman's shoes
- two or more pe ople : + '
the mechanics ' garage the mechanics jackets
shoes jacket pencils hats ear
trousers ladde r bag
1 Numbe r the picture s .
1 bus driver 2 police officer 3 artist
4 secretary 5 firefighter 6 s hop as s is tant
7 waitress 8 pos tman 9 cleaner 10 cook
11 me chanic 12 builde r

2 Write the words .


These people us ually work inside:
These people us ually work outside:
These are
\ These are
This is the shop as s is tants jacket.
This is the police officers car.
g H H B
Vocabulary and speaking
What do you want to be whe n you grow up? j
I want to be a doctor. \ \Why?
Because I like biology)
Because 1want to work with people. \
1 Listen and match. ))) 259 3 Listen and repeat. >)) 2
60
2 Make sentences. Then lis te n again
and check. >)) 259
1 3
Ellie
wants
to be ,,
S am wants
to be
Kevin
wants
to be
a
firefighter
a builde r
becaus e she
wants to
work with
compute rs .
becaus e
he loves
clothes .
becaus e
it' s
exciting.
How to talk about the job you want to do
becaus e he
wants to
work
outs ide.
What do you want to be?
i j 1want to be a poli ce officer.
4 Ans wer the ques tions .
What do you want to be?
Why?
Becaus e________ ___
5 Ask your friends and comple te the table .
Name Ide al job Why?
Rav cook because he
loves cooking
Grammar
i
Ques tions and short answers
Did the children find Firefighter Patch? Yes, they did. No, they didn' t.
Were the Red Wolves at the fire station? Yes, they were. No, they we re n' t.
Could Patch talk? Yes, he could. No, he couldn' t.
Was there a fire in the story? Yes, there was . No, there was n' t.
1 Lis ten and numbe r. ) 32
2 Make ques tions and ans wers . Match to
the picture s in Activity 1.
1 ? T. Rex Could fly
couldn' t No, . it
Picture___
2 any dinos aurs there in the zoo ? Are
there ! are n' t No,
Picture ___
3 Did big teeth ? have it
. Yes, did it
Picture ___
3 Now lis te n and check. ))) 32
4 Ans wer the que s tions with s hort
ans wers .
The Incredible
Story Quiz
Story 1: Were the Red Wolves at the library?
Yes, theu were.
Story 2: Was the plate the oldest thing at the
dig?
Story 3: Could Lily Lightfingers swim?
Story 4: Did the Earl of Sandwich invent the
pizza?
Story 5: Did Milly kill Mr Trent?
Story 6: Were there any carrots in
Mrs Midge's pie?
Story 7: Was there a badger in the tower?
Story 8: Was Firefighter Patch a cat?
Ques tions and s hort ans wers
Grammar
5 Ans wer the ques tions with s hort
ans wers .
1 Do you live in Europe?
2 Are you ten years old?
3 Have you got a pet?
6 Write five ques tions to as k a
friend.
1 Have you g ot_______________
2 Do you
4 Can you speak Italian?
5 Is your Englis h teacher from America?
6 Is there a computer in your classroom?
7 Are there any animals in your classroom?
8 Has your school got a s wimming pool?
8 Re ad the s tory again. [c b page 62 ] >)) 2.61
3 Are you
4 Can you
5 Did you
7 Now as k a frie nd the ques tions .
9 Match. The n cover the s entence e ndings and te ll the story.
1 The children went to ^ a Firefighter Patch.
2 They wanted to find b but he didn' t fight fires.
3 First they talked to \ c Firefighter Mayo.
4 A firefighter was playing \ d the firefighters' pet.
5 The dog's name e the Fire Service.
6 Patch worked for " f the fire station.
7 He lived in the fire s tation g with a dog in the yard.
8 He was h was Patch!
10 Comple te the s tory plays cript. pmb page 37
^ Ques tions and s hort ans wers Te lling a s tory
ISWBiirfj
Pronunciation and spelling
1 Listen and repeat. ))) 3 3
2 Listen. Which s ound do you hear? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. ))) 3*
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3 Write the words ne xt to the correct picture.
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4 Listen and check. Then lis te n and repeat. ) 35
5 Listen to the chant. Then say. ))) 3-
The squirrel' s eating biscuits,
The pigeon' s eating rice.
The builder' s climbing high,
The knight is on a bike!
i f
The squirrel' s got a mirror,
The pigeon' s got some string
The builder' s got a kite,
The knight is on a swing!
We ofte n s pell the /ai/ s ound with i + c ons onant + e, or with igh.
line string rice pigeon bis cuit high mirror knife squirrel right
Vowel s ounds /i/ and /;n/ | |
Writing
1 Read the letters and ans wer the ques tions.
3 Hi// S tre e t
G r e . e . n - f o r d
GUI 3/)F
2 3 r d Mol l j 200%
De,ar Me.lanie.,
Mu dad lovers aour programme.. He, ujould
like. to be, on X U)ant Your J ob. He, 5 a
ftreAlahtejr. I t s a v'ertj inte.re.stinajob,
bat it. can be, dan^e~rous too. His -favourite,
pa r t o-f the. j ob is re.sc.uinQ aats -from
tre.e.s.
Ple-ase. i nv i te , h i m s o o n
Flat 3B
3-9 Oak Tree (Load
Marston
HUb 9Ax
/Yth May 3. 00$
Dear Melanie,
riy aunt loves your programme. She would like
to be on I Want Your L b ' . She's a nurse T s
f ^ but Lt eaKl h& df f oul t too. Her
P~ P*rt f ^ 3 **
Please c.an she be on the programme?
Yours,
De.bbie. Smith
Ivan Robertson
Letter 1 Letter 2
1 Who is the letter from?
Debbie Smith
2 Where does he/she live?
Flat 3B
29 Oak Tree Road
Mars ton
MR6 9AX
3 Whe n did he/she write the letter?
4 Who is the letter to?
Melanie
5 Who is the letter about?
Debbies dad
6 What does he/she do?
Shes a nurse.
7 What is his /her job like?
interes ting, dangerous
8 What' s his /her favourite part of
the job?
2 Imagine this letter is from you.
Comple te the spaces.
Dear Melanie,
Write a letter to Me lanie . O '
1 Think of s omeone with an interesting
job. Answer questions 6, 7 and 8 from the
table.
2 Use your answers to write the letter in your
notebook. Check your work carefully.
3 Copy your letter neatly.
Yours,
Tip
Make sure you write everything in the
correct place on your letter.
Polygons
octagons rectangle pe ntagon
quadrilaterals he ptagon hexagons
triangles s quare
1 Complete the sentences.
This is a regular pentagon
2 These are
This is a
4 [/\p ^__j These are _________
This is an irregular
6 j~J \ / These are irregular
7
8
This is a
These are
2 Look, count and match.
1 There are four
2 There are two
3 There are five
4 There are three
a quadrilaterals ,
b pentagons ,
c triangles,
d hexagons .
3 Re ad and draw.
Draw three different triangles .
Draw three different quadrilaterals .
Draw two different hexagons .
4 Comple te the cros s word.
You can find the answers on CB page 66.
1 A triangle has got thre e ____.
2 A ____polygon has got e qual sides and
e qual angles.
3 An____has got eight sides.
4 A square has got four____sides.
5 All polygons have g ot____sides.
6 A ___ has got six sides.
7 A he ptagon has got____sides.
2
3
4
5
6
7
T
What is the name for a s hape with ten sides?
Self-evaluation
I
Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
Not at all
H I can remember the jobs words
from CB page 61.
I can talk about the job I want to do.
I can use short answers.
A I can act out my version of the story.
I can say some words with these
sounds: /i/ and /ai/.
I can do a role play about jobs.
I can write a s imple letter.
I can remember the words for
polygons from CB page 66.
I I can talk about polygons in patterns.
Very well
L
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1
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Review of the unit


6 Colour s ome patte rns and write about the m, j \ |pmb pages 39 and 40
5 Re ad and colour.
This patte rn is made o-f one s quare , four
triangle s , four octagons and e ight hevagons.
The s quare is green and the triangle s
are red. The octagons are \jellou> and the
patte rn is made of
ots of diffe r e nt shapes.

re is a red octagon in
the middle. There are four
lue hevagons, four yellow
quadrilate rals , and eight
,reen triangle s .
Vocabulary
1 Numbe r the pictures .
1 hiking 2 s nowboarding 3 go-karting
4 mountain biking 5 horse riding 6 skiing
7 winds urfing 8 rock climbing
9 rollerblading 10 canoeing 11 s ailing
12 ice s kating
3 Look and write sentences.
>

2 Write the words .

a
m

Water sports:
Mountain sports:
Other sports:
g a m a
m
A
f t

X
&
X
X X X
X
1
1 ^ Theu we nt s nowboarding .
They didn' t ao rock climbing.
4 ( j
6
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A
8
Vocabulary and speaking
I think rollerblading is more exciting
than ice s kating .___________
j I think hiking is the cheapest sport. /
I think skiing is the most expensive sport.
f l t l think s nowboarding is safer than skiing.
1 Match the adjectives with the ir
oppos ites .
difficult exci t i ng
boring n . safe
expensive ---easy
dangerous cheap
j Use a dictionary to check your answers. ~j
2 Listen and tick the sports
you hear. >))3h
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if

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%
3 Listen again and choos e the correct
words . >))314
1 She thinks mountain biking is
rmoreexcitin^)
more expensive
than horse riding.
2 He thinks hiking is s a^est sport.
the cheapest
a ___i . . . . . more excitinq
3 They think canoeing is 3
easier
than winds urfing.
4 She thinks s nowboarding is
the most dangerous
the most difficult
sport.
How to discuss and compare sports
\I think so too. /
4 Comple te the table .
I don' t think so.
Adjective Comparative Superlative
cheap cheaper
easy the easiest
the safest
expensive more expensive
the most boring
exciting
more difficult
dangerous
5 Listen and repeat. >))315
,what's the most dangerous sport?
! What 's the safest sport ?
6 Talk about sports with your partne r.
Use these adjectives: difficult, boring,
dangerous, easy, expensive, cheap,
exciting, safe.
What's the most dangerous sport? )
I think it's canoeing.
I think so too

^ what's the safest sport? j


<
I think it's roller blading.
[ I don't think so. I think it's ice skating.
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Grammar
The Present perfect
Affir mativ e I' ve playe d bas ketball. She's e ate n octopus.
Ne gative I' ve never playe d badminton. She's never e ate n snails.
Que s tions Have you ever playe d volleyball? Has she ever e ate n duck?
S hort ans we rs Yes, I have . Yes, she has .
No, I have n' t. No, she has n' t.
1 Listen and numbe r the pictures . >))318
a /' i ^ b
2 Make sentences. Then match to
the picture s in Activity 1.
1 ever ? a match Have won you
Picture___
2 goals I' ve 137 scored .
Picture ___
3 you Have played ? football ever
Picture __
4 . kicked never I' ve a ball
Picture___
3 Now lis te n and check. >))318
Write the pas t participle s . Circle the
irre gular pas t participle s .
drunk visited eaten ridden won
played seen broken s wum climbed
climb
ride
see
play
visit
climbe d
swim
drink
break
win
eat
5 Write s entences about Oli.
s wim in a river ride an ele phant
break his leg elimb-a-mountain
drink coconut milk see a kangaroo
E
Hes never climbed
a mountain.
4
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6 Write ques tions for the picture s in
Activity 5.
1 Have uou ever climbe d a mountain?
2 ____
3
4
5
6
7 Now as k your partne r the ques tions .
8 Write true sentences about you.
Use pas t participles from Activity 4.
with a dolphin a camel a castle snails
a famous person my arm bas eball a prize
1 Ive never s wum with a dolphin.__________
2 Ive ridde n a carnet._______________________
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 Re ad the s tory again, cb page 701 ) 3.ie
1 Match. The n cover the s entence e ndings and te ll the story.
1 The children went to---- a climbing and canoeing.
2 They had to go horse riding, b the voice on the phone .
3 Rav didn' t like \ c a cup.
4 Rav hurt his knee \ d whe n he was climbing.
5 They canoed along the river \ e to the finis h line.
6 The woman at the finis h line was f the winners of the competition!
7 The Incredible Team were g the adventure sports centre.
8 They won h the horse riding.
11 Comple te the s tory plays cript. p mb page 43
^ The Present perfect Telling a s tory
B B O fQ
Pronunciation and spelling
1 Listen and repeat. ))) 319
2 Listen. Which s ound do you he ar? Hold up your left hand or your right hand. ) 32
b w /Tr t TI
3 Write the words ne xt to the correct picture.
1
play glass wave market mas t sail garden stapler s nail artist
I t t
rA J
0
4 Listen and check. Then lis te n and repeat. ))) 321
5 Listen to the chant. The n say. ))) 322
The waves are grey,
The waves are dark.
I climb the mas t,
I see a shark!
J fc fV
The mas t is high,
I me nd the sail,
And from the mas t
I see a whale!
T ip
We ofte n s pell the /a:/ s ound with the letters ar.
Vowel s ounds /ci/ and /u / ||j
Writing
1 Read the diary and write the date unde r each picture.
F'-Ida.y 2/,?/ J one. _____
T oddy is t h e (f ir s t day ) o f o ur b o a t t r ip . Q^edr-ej) is o ur (c o.pta.iru) lUe have . t o he lp him
o n th e b o a t . 1 (c o o k e d tine. dinne rT )The kitc h e n is ve ry S m a ll.
Scctc/rdajy 22nd Jons.
IVe Saw s ome , do lphins t o d a y . 1 jum pe d in t o -the. w ate r a nd s wam with the m . The
Wate r WaS Warm a nd the . do lphins Wante d t o p la y with me . i t WaS b r illia n t .
/
5ondo.y ^r d J ons.
(Ue s to p p e d a t a n is la nd t o d a y . The re WaS a lonc j be a c h with pa lm tr e e s . 1 c lim be d
a tr e e a nd c fot a c o c o n u t . UJe o pe ne d i t a nd dr a nk th e m ilk. 1 ve ne ve r dronk
c o c o n u t milk be for e { I t WaS a cy-e at d a y .
b b S I
2 Circle the important words for
Saturday and S unday in the text. Then
comple te the conce pt map.
3 Use the conce pt map to comple te the
te xt about Monday.
Monday 2 Vth June
i t was 1_____________ t o d a y . lUe s to p p e d
a t a 2_________________ . UJe d id s ome
3_______________ and the n we had a
______________ in a r e s ta u r a n t. i t WaS a
b it b o r in q . P e Aro SayS i t s qoinq t o be
a 5______________________________________.
T inke rs Cros s e d I
<W Wwow-
N i >
4 Imagine you are on holiday.
Write your diary. \\
1 Make a concept map for your trip or holiday.
2 Write your diary entries. Check them
carefully.
3 Draw pictures for your diary. Copy your
entries neatly.
Tip
Make s ure you us e the correct verb forms .
The Be aufort s cale
1 Write the words .
twig smoke flag branch roof
le af tile
2 Look, re ad and write the force
numbe rs .
Force
Wind speed
km/h
De s cription
at sea
The sea is like a
0 0 mirror. There is
no wind.
40-50
There are big
waves with ' white
horses'. You can
see some spray.
Force Force Force
3 Guess the ans wers . The n lis te n
and check. ))) 328
IThe wind turbine
at the
Ecotech Centre,
Norfolk
1 Whe n was this wind turbine built?
a 1989 b 1999
2 How many wind turbines has Britain got?
a more than 1800 b more than 2800
3 How many homes does it make electricity
for in a year?
a about 500 b about 1000
4 How many cups of tea can you make with
the electricity it produces in a year?
a 1 million b 170 million
5 How many steps are there inside the tower?
a 300 b 500
6 How many people have visited the
wind turbine?
a more than 50,000
b more than 500,000
4 Comple te the crossword.
You can find the answers on CB page 74. j
The waves are
z
3
11
103-117
very high and they
4
hide s mall boats.
C
The sea is white.
J
___blow off roofs in a force 9 wind.
S mall__ move in a force 5 wind.
Wind turbines make ___.
Whe n there is no wind,___goes s traight up.
Small move in a force 4 wind.
l t
2
3
4
5
What nationality was Francis Beaufort?
Things on the Be aufort s cale Ge ography
5 Read. Write the days ne xt to the pictures .
Monday
It isn't ver'f wind'f toda^. I can feel the wind on m>( face, but the leaves aren't moving. I think it's a force I
wind.
Tuesday
It's quite wind>( toda^. There are some papers outside. Hne'( are blowing around in the wind. I think it's a
force 4 wind.
Wednesday
It's veq wind'i Its raining but I can't use m^ umbrella. I think it's a force L>wind.
Thursda'f
It's quite wind>( toda'f. The leaves and twigs are moving in the trees. The flags in front of rri'f school are
f\'fing. I think it's a force 6 wind.
---s
6 Write a wind diary and draw pictures . I ^
Self-evaluation
Look back at the unit. What can you do? Think and colour.
Not at all
I can remember the adventure sports
words from CB page 69.
WM I can discuss and compare sports.
I can make sentences with the
Present perfect.
A I can act out my version of the story.
I can say some words with these
sounds: /ei/ and /a:/.
I can talk about my sports hero.
I can write a diary.
I can remember the Beaufort scale
words from CB page 74.
I can use the Beaufort scale to estimate
the wind speed.
Ge ography Review of the unit
Very well
r -
r
n
Gr ammar
Voc abulary
---^
going to
Woodland animals
\
Ques tions and short answers
Jobs
\
The Present perfect (for talking about experiences)
Adventure sports
1 Look and write sentences with going to.
sit feed make have eat paint
the foxes a picnic the ice cream
on the camera the wall a video
1 Jim is going to make a video.
2 Jim and Jess are going to
3 The deer
4 Tony.
5 Two me n
2 Look and write. The n practis e the dialogue s .
drinks and sandwiches paint my bedroom have a
what have you got in your bag?
The pigeons
picnic paint and brushes
What have you got in your bag?
We're going to
What are you going to do?
We've got some
Units
Revision
m i
3 Write sentences.
do my homework read a book
watch a DVD go to the beach
play with my friends buy a magazine
tomorrow after school on Saturday
next week in the s ummer this evening
1 i m going to do mu home work afte r s chool..
4 As k and ans wer. Use the time phras es
from Activity 3.
Do am Were do did was n' t
Did Are
5 Complete the dialogue .
Jess:
Jim:
Jess:
Jim:
Jess:
Jim:
Jess:
Jim:
1 Did you like the film, Jim?
Yes, I
3 Were you scared?
No, 14_____________. The Giant
Badger was funny.
5_____________you hungry, Jim?
Yes, 16_____________. I' m starving.
7____________ you want some chips?
Yes, I
6 Listen and check. ))) 330
The n practis e the dialogue .
7 Comple te the verb table .
Infinitive Past form Past participle
sleep slept slept
visit visited
eat ate
ride rode
win won
play played
break broken
swim s wam
climb climbed
BADGER
8 Look and complete the sentences.
Use pas t participles /
from Activity 7. /
^C|pL
X
X
f
X
X X

X
1 (a lot of money) Jim and Jes s have never
won, a lot of money.___________________
2 (badminton) Jess has plaued___________
badminton.____________________________
3 (Indian food) J im_______________________
4 (a mountain) Jess
5 (in a tent) Jim and Jess
6 (a donkey) Jim
9 Write que s tions about Jim and Jess.
1 Has Jim e ve r_________________________
2 Has _________________________________
3
4
10 Now as k your partne r the ques tions .
11 Find, circle and write.
f c k b a h c m i d
b a
P
a t m o u s e
n t e d e f r b
q
e
h e d
9
e h o
g
u r
i
r 1 e m
0
o b i
n )
t
P
s r d e d s r 1
P
i
9
e 0 n a h r c
i 1 n h u w h 1 e f
s 1 a 0 s n a i 1 0
1 a b e k V w t a X
c r m
P g
n k o i
i
f b 1 a c k b i r d
1 ____ robin____ 7 _________
2 8 % ------
3 ^ _____________ 9 _________
4 U ------ 10 V -----
5 r _____________n ___________
6 M ------ 12^ -----
12 Ask and ans wer.
do you spell 'mouse^J
/ M-O-U-S-E.
E j & B
Units
m
Revision
13 Solve the riddle .
mous e robin s ailing time deer caterpillar skiing artist fox twenty cook
badger pos tman hiking me chanic hawk
My third letter is in
My first letter is in f*
My fourth letter is in
My eighth letter is in
My second letter is in
My fifth letter is in
My seventh letter is in
My s ixth letter is in
pos tmart and in ) nine
__________ and in
____________ and in
________ and in
, ^
and in
and in
___and in ^ ( Q)
and in -
What sport am I ? _____n _________ jt ____
14 Look at the picture . Find, circle and write.
Find 5 sports.
Find 5 jobs.
15 Now do the activitie s in the PMB. pmb pages 46 and 47
Unit 1 There was / were ...
Affirmative
was
a comic,
an atlas .
There
were
some comics,
four atlases.
Negative
was n' t
a table,
a chair.
weren' t
any tables,
any chairs.
Questions
Was
there
an elephant?
a giraffe?
Were
any elephants ?
any giraffes?
Unit 2 could and couldn' t
t
Note:
Could and couldn't don' t change. Use could
and couldn't with all the subjects: I, you, he,
she, it, we, they.
Note:
Use the s ame verb form for all the
subjects: I, you, he, she, it, we, they.
Unit 4 Pas t s imple ques tions with que s tion words
Notes:
Did does n' t change. Use did with all the
subjects: I, you, he, she, it, we, they.
Use this structure with other ques tion words
too. For example: Who ...? What time ...?
Why...?
What
have for dinner?
do yesterday?
Where did you
go to school?
buy his T-shirt?
Whe n
finis h the book?
see the film?
Unit 3 The Pas t s imple
Affirmative
He
climbed the tree.
ate a s andwich.
Negative
He
didn' t climb the ladder.
didn' t eat an ice cream.
Questions
Did he
climb the rope?
eat an apple?
Affirmative
They
could
run.
walk.
swim.
read.
Negative
couldn' t
Questions
Could they
run?
walk?
swim?
read?
Unit 5 The Past continuous
Affirmative I
She*
was
You
We
They
were
playing bas eball.
Negative I
She*
was n' t
watching television.
You
We
They
we re n' t
Ques tions
Was
I
she*
re ading a book?
s leeping?
Were
you
we
they
was
I
she*
doing?
looking at?
What
were
you
we
they
Note:
*He and it always use the same form of
the verb as she.
Unit 6 much, many, e nough
Countable nouns
Affirmative
I' ve got
There are
too many
apples,
chairs,
pape r clips.
e nough
Negative
He has n' t got
There are n' t
e nough
Ques tions How many
apples
chairs
pape r clips
are there?
have we got?
does she need?
Unc ountable nouns
Affirmative
She's got
There's
too much
sugar.
glue.
paper.
e nough
Negative
We have n' t got
There is n' t
e nough
Ques tions How much
s ugar
glue
paper
is there?
has she got?
do you need?
f B B E B S V I s S
Note:
*He and it always use
s ame form of the verb
she.
Do you like horses? Yes, I do. No, I don' t.
Does he play football on Saturdays? Yes, he does. No, he does n' t.
Are they happy? / Yes, they are. No, they are n' t.
Is she a secretary? Yes, she is. No, she is n' t.
Have we got any drawing pins ? Yes, we have . No, we have n' t.
Has she got brown hair? Yes, she has . No, she has n' t.
Can you s wim? Yes, I can. No, I can' t.
Did he go to school yesterday? Yes, he did. No, he didn' t.
Was she sad? Yes, she was . No, she was n' t.
Were they in the park at six o' clock? Yes, they were. No, they we ren' t.
Was there a library in 1960? Yes, there was . No, there was n' t.
Were there any children in the park? Yes, there were. No, there were n' t.
Could he s wim whe n he was five? Yes, he could. No, he couldn' t.
Unit 7 going to
I am
Affirmative
You
We
They
are
go to the park,
watch television.
She* is
going to
I am not
ans we r the ques tion,
e at a s andwich.
Negative
You
We
They
are n' t
She* is n' t
Ques tions
Are
you
we
they
going to
go to the park?
watch television?
ans we r the ques tion?
e at a s andwich?
Is she*
What
are
you
we
they
going to
do tomorrow?
have for breakfast?
is she*
Where
are
you
we
they
going to
go?
go on Saturday?
play football?
is she*
Unit 8 Que s tions and s hort ans wers
Unit 9 The Present perfect
Affirmative I
You
We
They
have
trie d s nowboarding,
e ate n snails,
playe d hockey.
She* has
Negative
I
You
We
They
have
never
She* has
Ques tions
Have
you
we
they
ever
trie d s ailing?
eate n duck?
playe d bas eball?
Has she*
Note:
*He and it always use the same
form of the verb as she.
Irregular verbs
Infinitive Pas t form a nd pas t partic iple Infinitive Pas t form Pas t partic iple
buy /bai/ bought /bo:t/ be (am/is /are ) /bi:/ was /were /wdz, w3:/ be e n /bi:n/
catch /ksetj/ caught lky.il blow /blau/ ble w /blu:/ blown /bbun/
cut /kAt/ cut /kAt/ bre ak /breik/ broke /braok/ broke n /brsokan/
feed /fi:d/ fed /fed/ choos e /tju:z/ chose /tfauz/ chos en AJoozan/
feel /fi:l/ felt /felt/ come /kAm/ came /keim/ come /kAm/
fight /fait/ fought /fo:t/ do /du:/ did /did/ done /dAn/
find /faind / found /faond/ draw /dre:/ drew /dru:/ drawn /dro:n/
get /get/ got /got/ drink /drnjk/ drank /dnegk/ drunk /dr\qk/
have /hajv/ had /liaed/ e at /i:t/ ate /eit/ e ate n /i:tsn/
he ar /hia(r)/ he ard /h3:d/ fall /fa:l/ fell /fel/ falle n /lb:tan/
hit /hit/ hit /hit/ fly /flai/ flew /flu:/ flown /flaun/
hold /hauld/ he ld /held/ forget /fagct/ forgot /fagot/ forgotten /fagDtn/
le ave /li:v/ left /left/ give /giv/ gave /geiv/ give n /givan/
lose /1u:z/ los t /lost/ go /gau/ we nt /went/ gone /gon/
make /meik/ made /meid/ grow /grau/ grew /gru:/ grown /graun/
me an lmv.nl me ant /ment/ hide /haid/ hid /hid/ hidde n /hidn/
me e t /mi:t/ me t /met/ know /nau/ kne w /nju:/ known /naun/
pay /pei/ paid /peid/ le arn /l3:n/ le arne d /l3:nd/ le arnt /l3:nt/
put /put/ put /put/ ride /raid/ rode /rsud/ ridde n /ridn /
re ad /ri:d/ read /red/ run lx\nl ran /ran/ run h\nl
s ay /sei/ s aid /sed/ see /si:/ s aw /so:/ seen /si:n/
s end /send/ s ent /sent/ s hake /Jeik s hook /Juk/ s hake n /Jeikan/
sit /sit/ s at /sst/ s how /Jau/ s howed /Jsod/ s hown /Jaun/
sleep /sli:p/ s lept /slept/ s ing /s iij / s ang /saeg/ s ung /saij/
s tand /stsend/ s tood /stud/ s teal /sti:l/ stole /staul/ s tolen /staolan/
stick /stik/ s tuck /st\k/ s wim /swim/ s wam /swsm/ s wum /swait i/
tell /tel/ told /tsuld take /teik/ took /tuk/ take n Aeikan/
think /Onjk/ thought 0o:t/ we ar /wea(r)/ wore /wo:(r)/ worn /wa:n/
win /win/ won /WAn/ write /ran/ wrote /raut/ writte n /ritn/
How to make
suggestions
Shall we look in the atlas ? OK.
Let's check in a dictionary. Good idea.
How to talk about
words
How do you s ay__in English?
How do you s pe ll__?
What does __mean?
How to describe objects What' s it like? It's big and round.
How old is it? It's 50 years old.
Where' s it from? It's from China.
What' s it made of? It's made of pottery.
How to ask for and
give directions
Excuse me. Where' s the castle, please? Turn left.
Turn right.
Go s traight ahead.
Take the second left.
It's on the right.
How to ask for things
politely
Can you pass me the tape, please? Yes. Here you are.
Can I have some card, please? Sorry, I have n' t got any.
Can I borrow a stapler, please? Sorry, I have n' t got one.
Sorry, I' m us ing it.
How to talk about
obligation
I have to make my bed.
We don' t have to clean the windows.
He has to do the was hing up.
She doesn' t have to tidy the living room.
Do you have to clean the windows ? Yes, I do. No, I don' t.
Does he have to was h the car? Yes, he does. No, he doesn' t.
How to order food in a
res taurant
What would you like? I' d like tomato soup, please.
Would you like a dessert?
What would you like to drink? Can I have some juice, please?
Anything else?
How to describe
animals
It's a mammal. It eats worms and roots.
It's black and white. It lives in gardens and woods.
It's got four legs.
How to talk about the
job you want to do
What do you want to be when you I want to be a doctor,
grow up?
Why? Because I like biology.
Because I want to work
with people.
How to discuss and
compare sports
I think rollerblading is more exciting I think so too.
than ice skating. I don' t think so.
I think s nowboarding is safer than skiing.
I think skiing is the most expensive sport.
I think hiking is the cheapest sport.
This wordlis t contains the main language that pupils will see in the Clas s Book for e ach unit. Some language from the Activity
Book is als o include d. Core language ite ms are in bold. Othe r language (e.g. from stories and texts) are non-bold.
Note that this lis t doe s n' t include irre gular verbs that are lis ted on page 91.
Star ter Uni t
answer (n)(v) /a:ns a(r)/
Art /a:V
certificate /s a' tifikat/
competition /komps ' tijn/
enter (a competition) /' enta(r)/
explore /ik' s plo:(r)/
Geography /dji' agrafi/
good a t . . . /' god at/
Gym /d3im/
History /' his tari/
internet Antane t/
listen to (v) /' lis n tu/
Maths /me0s/
Mus ic /' mju:zik/
Never mind, /' neva maind/
race (n) /reis/
Science /' saians/
s kateboarding /' s keitbaidirj/
Stop her! /' s top h3(r)/
s urname /' S3:neim/
take part (in) /teik ' pa:t/
team /ti:m/
text message /'tekst mesidy
Too late, /tu: 'leit/
Uni t 1
atlas /' aetbs/
author /' a:0a(r)/
bad-tempered /bxd' te mpad/
book review /' bok ravju:/
brilliant /' briliant/
cale ndar /k<elinda(r)/
capital letters /k<epitl letaz/
carry /keeri/
cartoon /ka:' tu:n/
character /' k<erikta(r)/
dever /' kleva(r)/
colours /' kAbz/
comic /' kDiruk/
concept map /' kmis ept msep/
crush (computer) (v) /krs j/
crook /krok/
dictionary /' dikjnri/
iress /dres/
encyclope dia /ins aikbo' pirdb/
equator /i'kweita(r)/
ind out /faind ' aut/
aelp (v) /help/
s oliday /hDladei/
idea /ai' dia/
jcterview /' intavju:/
s land /' aibnd/
leafle t /'lirfbt/
Lets ... /lets/
librarian /lai'brearian/
library /'laibrari/
look at /' lok set/
love (v) /1av/
magazine /m;cga'zi:n/
mous e (computer) /maos/
need (v) /ni:d/
ne ws pape r /'nju:speipa(r)/
notice /'naotis/
pictures /' piktjaz/
place mat /'pleis mast/
pos ter /'paosta(r)/
remember /ri'memba(r)/
shelf /Jelf/
s mall letters /' smxl letaz/
spy /spai/
strange /strcindj/
thick line s /0ik ' lainz/
thin line s /0in lainz/
think of /'Girjk av/
title /'taitl/
use (v) /ju:z/
website /'websait/
work (v) /w3:k/
Uni t 2
article /'artikl/
between /bi'twi:n/
bis on /'baisn/
bones /baonz/
bottle /'botl/
bowl /baol/
brus h /brAj/
bull /bol/
cave /keiv/
cine ma /'sinama/
climb (v) /klarm/
cup /kAp/
deer /dia(r)/
different /'difrant/
dig (n) (v) /dig/
dinos aur /'damasa:(r)/
discover /dis'kAva(r)/
fast /fa:st/
feathers /'feftaz/
fork /fa:k/
fossil /Tds I/
glas s /gla:s/
goat /gaot/
handprint /'hsndprint/
heavy /'hevi/
hors e /ha:s/
I' m s tarving! /aim staivirj/
jug /d3 Ag/
knife /naif/
lamp /lsmp/
mammoth /'msema0/
metre /'mi:ta(r)/
mix (v) /miks/
mug /nug/
next to /' ne ks t tu/
painting (n) /'peintirj/
plate /pleit/
play (a trick) /plei/
pound () /paond/
rhino /'rainao/
rocks /roks/
s aucer /'sa:sa(r)/
skeleton /'skelatan/
s poon /spu:n/
stay /stei/
sticks /stiks/
strong /stror)/
tell the time /tel da 'taim/
ticket /'tikit/
vase /va:z/
want (v) /wont/
weigh /wei/
Uni t 3
add /sed/
(suit of) armour /'a:ma(r)/
arrow /*rao/
bank /bsqk/
bow /bao/
cas tle /'ka:sl/
che mis t /'kemist/
church /tj3:tj/
(grandfather) clock /klok/
count (v) /kaont/
diamond /'daiamand/
e quals /'i:kwalz/
falconer /'folkana(r)/
fight /fait/
footprint /' fotprint/
hos pital /'hospitl/
hote l /hao'tel/
hundre d /'hAndrad/
kid /kid/
king /kirj/
knight /nait/
lost /lDSt/
map /m<ep/
marke t /' ma:kit/
minus /' mains s /
moat /ms ot/
mus e um /mju:zis m/
notebook /' naotbok/
pencil /' pens l/
plus /pUs /
police s tation /ps'li:s steijn/
queen /kwi:n/
re s taurant /restront/
rubber /'iwba(r)/
s hop /jDp/
s ign /sain/
subtract /ssb'traskt/
s upe rmarke t /' s u:p3ma:kit/
s ymbol /' s imbl/
taxi rank /'tasksi rxgk/
the atre /0i3ts(r)/
thie f /9i:f/
thous and /'Oaoznd/
tourname nt /'to:namant/
tower /' taua(r)/
try on /trai ' Dn/
window /' wmdao/
zero /'ziarao/
Uni t 4
arrive /a' raiv/
balance (v) /' baelsns/
ballpoint pen /ballpoint ' pen/
Better luck ne xt time! /bets Uk 'nekst
taim/
came ra /'ksrnrs/
car /ka:(r)/
card /ka:d/
colour (v) /'kAls(r)/
copy (v) /' kopi/
cut (out) /kAt/
difficult /'difikslt/
Dont be silly! /dsont bi 'sili/
dotted line /dotid 'lain/
drawing pins /'dro:ir) pinz/
drop /drop/
e nd (n) /end/
fold (v) /fsold/
follow /TdIso/
fridge /fridy
future /'f]u:tj3(r)/
glue /glu:/
hold (v) /hsold/
instructions /in'strAkJnz/
interesting /'intrsstnj/
inve nt /in'vent/
inve ntion /in' venjn/
inve ntor /in' vent3(r)/
It doesn' t matter, /it dAznt 'msets(r)/
It looks like ... /it 'loks laik/
It's called ... /its 'korld/
je ans /d3i:nz/
light bulb l '\ait bAl b/
microwave ove n /maikraoweiv Av n/
mirror /' mir3(r)/
mobile phone /maobail ' faon/
mode lling clay /' mDdlir) klei/
paint /peint/
paintbrus h /peintbrAj/
pape r clips /' pe ips klips /
pas t (n) /pa:s t/
periscope /'penskaop/
radio /reidis o/
solid line /s did ' lain/
s pinne r /' s pins (r)/
s taple r /' s teipls(r)/
s traws /strs:z/
s tring /strir)/
stuck (adj) /stAk/
tape /teip/
te abag /' tirbs g/
time machine /' taim maji:n/
time line /' taimlain/
travel /traevl/
traveller /'tr<evla(r)/
Well spotted, /wel ' spDtid/
wire /' waia(r)/
You' re kidding! /jo: ' kidirj/
zip /zip/
Uni t 5
alibi /'aetabai/
bee /bi:/
brain /brein/
broom /bru:m/
clarine t /klieri' net/
cle an the windows /kli:n da ' windaoz/
cook (v) /kok/
dance (v) /da:ns /
dis appe ar /dis3' pi3(r)/
do the was hing /du: 6s 'wdJiij /
do the was hing up /du: ds wd Jiij 'Ap/
drums /drAmz/
e le ctronic ke yboard /ile ktmnik ' ki:b3:d/
flute /flu:t/
(have) fun /f\n/
guitar /g i' ta:(r)/
heart /ha:t/
las t night /la:st ' nait/
look for /' lok fo:(r)/
make the bed /me ik 3s ' bed/
make the dinne r /me ik 6s ' din3(r)/
maraca /ms ' rs ks /
mus ical ins trume nt /mju:zikl ins trs ms nt/
organ /' o:g3n/
percussion /ps'kAjn/
piano /piaenso/
play (at theatre) (n) /plei/
playground /' ple igraond/
pluck (strings) /pUk/
put out the rubbis h /pot aot 6s rAbiJ/
recorder /ri' k3:d3(r)/
s ignal /' s igns l/
tambourine /t*mb3' ri:n/
theatre programme /Gists prsogrcem/
tidy the living room /taidi da ' livirj ru:m/
trumpe t /trAmpit/
vac uum the carpe t /vsekju:m ds ' ka:pit/
violin /vais ' lin/
wate r the plants /ws:ts 6s pla:nts /
wave (goodbye) (v) /weiv/
witch /witj/
wizard /wizs d/
xylophone /' zaibfoon/
You' re wrong, /jo: ' mg/
Uni t 6
apple pie /aepl ' pai/
bake d potato /beikt ps ' te its o/
banana milks hake /bs na:ns ' milkje ik/
beans /bi:nz/
birthday party /' b3:0dei pa:ti/
broccoli /' broksli/
butter /'bAts(r)/
calcium /' kaelsism/
candle /' kasndl/
carbohydrate /ka:bs' haidreit/
carrots /'kaersts/
chips /tjips /
(chocolate) mouss e /mu:s /
decorations /deks ' re ijnz/
dough /ds o/
everyone /'evriwAn/
fat (n) /f<et/
fibre /' faibs (r)/
flour /' flaos (r)/
fruit /fru:t/
hard-boiled eggs /ha:d bs ild ' egz/
in the middle /in ds ' midi/
ingredients /in' gri:dis nts /
lamb stew /hem s tju:/
le monade /lems ' ne id/
lemons /' lems nz/
mas he d potato /m*ft ps ' te its o/
me al /mi:l/
me at /mi:t/
move (v) /mu:v/
nuts /nAts/
oil /oil/
onions /'Anjsnz/
oven /' Avn/
people /' pi:pl/
pizza(s) /' pi:tss /
prote in /' pr3oti:n/
recipe /'resspi/
reporter /ri' p3:t3(r)/
rice /rais/
roas t be ef /rs os t 'bi:f/
s alad /' s xls d/
s alt /so:lt/
s amos as /s s ' ms os s z/
s aus ages /' sDsid3iz/
space /speis/
s pinach /' s pinidy
s tarch /s ta:tj/
(s trawberry) ice cre am /' ais kri:m/
street party /' strirt pa:ti/
street /stri:t/
s ugar /' Jogs(r)/
sweets /swi:ts/
(tomato) s oup /su:p/
vegetables /' ved3ts blz/
vitamins /' vits minz/
water (n) /W3:ts(r)/
Weve finis hed! /wi:v ' finijt/
wonderful /'wAndsfl/
world-famous /w3:ld feimss/
yesterday /' jestndei/
yoghurt /' jDgs t/
Uni t 7
adopt /s ' dDpt/
advert /' dv3:t/
animal rescue centre /s nims l ' reskju:
s ents(r)/
anything /' eniGig/
badge r /' ba;d3s(r)/
band (music) /bs nd/
rinoculars /bi' nokjobz/
blackbird /bl*kb3:d/
carnivore /ka:mvo:(r)/
cate rpillar /'kcetapila(r)/
cons ume r /kan'sju:ma(r)/
crash (v) /krasJV
creepy /'kri:pi/
decomposer /di:kam'paoza(r)/
donation /dao' neijn/
energy /'enodji/
food chain /'fu:d tjein/
food web /'fu:d web/
fox /foks/
genius /d3 i:nias/
habitat /haebitaet/
hawk /ho:k/
he dge hog /'hedjhDg/
herbivore /h3:biva:(r)/
Its hurt, /its h3:t/
leaves /li:vz/
message /'mesid3/
mous e (animal) /maos/
omnivore /'omnivarz/
orphan /'o:fan/
perhaps /pa'hxps/
pige on /' pid3 in/
Poor thing, /pa: '9irj/
postcard /'paostka:d/
produce r /pradju:sa(r)/
rabbit /'raebit/
robin /'mbin/
roots /ru:ts/
seeds /si:dz/
s nail /sneil/
s quirre l /'skwiral/
stems /stemz/
survive /sa'vaiv/
take a photo /teik a 'fautao/
tonight /ta'nait/
vet /vet/
wood /wod/
worm /w3:m/
Uni t 8
abs eiling /aebseilu)/
angle /'seggl/
anywhere /'eniwea(r)/
artis t /'a:tist/
beaver /'bi:va(r)/
builde r /'bilda(r)/
bus drive r / 'bAs draiva(r)/
camps ite /'kiempsait/
cle ane r /'kli:na(r)/
cook (n) /kok/
documentary /dnkja'mentri/
exciting /ik'saitiq/
fire engine /'faia(r) end3 in/
fire s tation /' faia steijn/
firefighte r /'faiafaita(r)/
he ptagon /'heptagan/
he xagon /'heksagan/
important /im'poitant/
irregular /i'regjab(r)/
jacket /' d3*kit/
job /d3 ob/
kind (adj) /kaind/
letter /'leta(r)/
look after /luk 'a:fto(r)/
me chanic /ma'kamik/
octagon /'Dktsgan/
pattern /'p;etan/
pe ntagon /'pcntagan/
police officer /pa'li:s nfisa( r)/
pos tman /'paostman/
quadrilate ral /kwodri' lstral/
quiz /kwiz/
re ctangle /'rektaerjgl/
regular /'rcgjalafr)/
s ecretary /'sekratri/
shirt /|3:t/
s hop as s is tant /' Jop asistant/
side (of s hape) /said/
s quare /skwea( r)/
triangle /'traiaeijgl/
trousers /'traozaz/
T-shirt /'ti: J3:t/
TV programme /ti: 'vi: praogrsm/
une qual /An'i:kwal/
uniform /ju:mfa:m/
waitres s /'weitras/
What do you mean? /wot du ju 'mi:n/
yard /ja:d/
Uni t 9
adventure sports centre /adventja 'sports
senta(r)/
Beaufort scale /'baofo:t skeil/
branch /bra:ntj/
canoe ing /ka'nu:irj/
crowd /kraod/
dangerous /'deind3 aras/
diary /'daiari/
easy /'i:zi/
finis h line /' finij lain/
freezing (adj) /'fri:zirj/
giant (adj) /' d3 aiant/
go-karting /gaoka:tir)/
group /gru:p/
hiking /'haikir)/
hors e riding /'ha:s raidir)/
ice s kating /'ais skeitir)/
iceberg /'aisb3:g/
kite /kait/
le af /li:f/
llama /'la:ma/
mango /'maerjgao/
mas t /ma:st/
medal /'medl/
mountain biking /' maontin baikirj/
mountain /maontin/
record (n) /'reka:d/
rock climbing /' rok klaimiij/
rolle rblading /'raolableidii)/
roof /ru:f/
safe (adj) /seif/
sail (n) /seil/
s ailing /'seilig/
s kiing /'ski:ig/
s moke /smaok/
s nowboarding /'snaoba:dir|/
s portsman /'spa:tsman/
tile /tail/
try (winds urfing) /trai/
twig /twig/
umbre lla /Am'brela/
wave (in sea) (n) /weiv/
whale /weil/
wind /wind/
winds urfing /winds3:fir)/
winner /'wina(r)/
Festi val s
brussels sprouts /'brAslz 'spraots/
coal /kaol/
com /ka:n/
cranberry sauce /krnbari 'so:s/
dragon /'dnegan/
envelope /'envalaup/
floor /fla:(r)/
forest /'forist/
harvest /'ha:vist/
lante rn /'lasntan/
lucky /' Uki/
mandarin orange /' ms ndrin ' orind3/
moon /mu:n/
New Years Day /nju: jiaz dei/
parade /pa'reid/
Pilgrim /' pilgnm/
present (n) /'preznt/
pumpkin pie /pAmpkin 'pai/
pumpkin(s ) /'pAmpkin/
sack /ssek/
sleigh /slei/
s quas h (n) /skwoj/
s un /s aii/
Thanks giving /'Bxijksgrvir)/
turkey /'t3:ki/
Chi l dr en ar ound the Wor l d
attic /'setik/
badge /bxd3/
camping /'kajmpiq/
chest /tjest/
clear up /klia(r) Ap/
community /ka' mju:nati/
concrete /' kmjkriit/
endangered /m' demd3ad
expensive /ik'spensiv/
hibe rnate /'haibaneit/
injured /' ind3 ad/
jewellery /' d3u:alri/
lake /leik/
marry /'mri/
medicine /'medsn/
plague /pleig/
protect /pra'tekt/
put up (tent) /pot Ap/
rubbis h /'rAbiJ/
Scout /skaot/
skill /skil/
tourist /'toarist/
turn over (boat) /t3:n aova(r)
turtle /'t3:tl/
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