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He quickly reads a book.
Mandy is a pretty girl. (pretty)
The class is terribly loud today. (terrible)
Max is a good singer. (good)
You can easily open this tin. (easy)
It’s a terrible day today. (terrible)
She sings the song well. (good)
He is a careful driver. (careful)
He drives the car carefully. (careful)
The dog barks loudly. (loud)

The articles a/an and the

1. I like the blue T-shirt over there better than the red one.
2. Their car does 150 miles an hour.
3. Where’s the USB drive I lent you last week?
4. Do you still live in x Bristol?
5. Is your mother working in an old office building?
6. Carol’s father works as an electrician.
7. The tomatoes are 99 pence a kilo.
8. What do you usually have for x breakfast?
9. Ben has a terrible headache.
10. After this tour you have the whole afternoon free to explore the city.


1. Last week we could go swimming, this week we can’t. (can/to go)
2. Maybe the Smiths will be able to build a new house next year. (can/to build)
3. If you try hard, you can pass your examinations. (can/to pass)
4. When I was five, I could not swim (not/can/to swim)
5. Dennis could play the trumpet after four months. (can/to play)
6. Luke has passed his driving test, now he can drive a car. (can/to drive)
7. I could not speak to him on the phone for three weeks last month. (not/can/to speak)
8. Alex will not be able to do his homework when his desk is in such a mess. (not/can/to do)
9. They were so busy, they could not text me. (not/can/to text)
10. Lisa has been able to clean her dress. She can wear it again. (can/to clean)


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Ex. 8


a) to go to bed to get up

b) to go to sleep to wake up

c) to be asleep to be awak


1. My mother was  very tired last night. She went to bed at nine o’clock.

2. Sometimes I go to bes at ten. Then I read a book for an hour and I go to sleep at about eleven.

3. Last night Lucy be asleep about winning the lottery.

4. Please talk quietly. The baby wake up.

5. I didn’tn sleep all night. I awake all night.

6. This morning I dream  at six o’clock, but i’m lazy, so I stayed in bed and I get up eigh.

7. Nick doesn’t listen to the teacher. He daydream abo

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This Union is more than 300 years old and comprises four constituent nations: England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. It occupies all of the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern portion of the island of Ireland and most of the remaining British Isles. The UK is an island nation, but shares a open land border with Ireland. It neighbours several countries by sea, including France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal, Spain, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands and Iceland. The UK today is a diverse patchwork of native and immigrant cultures, possessing a fascinating history and dynamic modern culture, both of which remain hugely influential in the wider world. Although Britannia no longer rules the waves, the UK is still an overwhelmingly popular destination for many travellers. Its capital and largest city of London is, along with New York, often reckoned to be one of only two cities of truly global importance but many come to see quaint villages and the beautiful and quickly changing countryside.The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, commonly known as the United Kingdom (UK) or Britain, is a sovereign country in western Europe. Lying off the north-western coast of the European mainland, the UK includes the island of Great Britain, the north-eastern part of the island of Ireland and many smaller islands.

Grammar:should and shouldn’t

Hometask:ex.2/c, page97 , ex.4/b page 98

2. c) 1. Steve: I don’t know which jacket to wear.

Paul: The white one’s great. I think you should wear that one

2. Jane: There’s a programme about Japan on TV tonight.

Tim: Really? Then I should watch it. I’m doing a project on Japan.

3. Alex: My eyes really hurt. Should go to the doctor?

Father: No,  but you shouldn’t watch television so much, Alex.

4. Amy: I’m tired.

Lucy: Me too. It’s nearly 11.30. I think? Should go to bed.

5. Anna: What do you think? Should wear  jeans to party this evening?

Carol: No, everybody’s wearing party clothes. You should wear your long dress.

6. Peter: Mum, I feel awful this morning.

Mother: Yes, you look ill. Perhaps you shouldn’t go to school today.

4. b) 1. A cheerful person is usually happy and smiles a lot.

2. An kind person tells you what he/she really thinks.

3. A relaxed person doesn’t worry about things.

4. A hard-working person works a lot.

5. An organised person is tidy and keeps things in order.

6. A honest person helps people and thinks about their feelings.

7. A friendly person is easy o talk to and makes frends easily.

8. A polite person always says please and thank you.

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  1. Steve: I don’t know which jacket to wear.

Paul: The white one’s great. I think you should wear that one.

2. Jane: There’s a programme about Japan on TV tonight.

Tim: Really? Then I shouldn’t watch it. I’m doing a project on Japan.

3. Alex: My eyes really hurt. Should I go to the doctor?

Father: No, but you shouldn’t watch television so much, Alex.



  1. A cheerful person is usually happy and smile a lot.
  2. An honest person tells you what he/she really thinks.
  3. A relaxed person doesn’t worry about things.
  4. A hard-working person works a lot.
  5. An organised person is tidy and keeps things in order.
  6. A kind person helps people and thinks about their feelings.
  7. A friendly person is easy to talk to and makes friends easily.
  8. A polite person always says please and thank you.
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Progress check

1. A

1. Look at those clouds. It’s going to rain.                                                                                        2. I’ve got a difficult history project to do. My sister is going to help me with it.
3. I am not going to watch television tonight. All the programs are boring!
4. Are you going to wear your black jeans?                                                                                     5. My parents are going to visit my grandfather at the weekend.                                               6. Peter doesn’t like horses. He is not going with us this afternoon.                                           7. There’s a party next Friday night, and we are going to dance all night.

1. B

1. Come on, Julie! We mustn’t be late!                                                                                                2. It’s a great book. You really must read it.
3. Sorry, Jimmy, I’m late. I must go now.
4. You mustn’t tell anyone about this! It’s too embarrassing.                                                     5. Diane, turn the music down! You mustn’t play it so loudly!
6. I can go out with you tonight, but I must be home before midnight.                                     7. Ok, you can have a pet snake- but it mustn’t come into the house!


1.If you help me, I will buy you an ice cream.
2.If Jack comes to school late, the teacher will be really angry.
3.The neighbors will complain if we make a lot of noise.
4.If I have time, I will get the tickets this afternoon.

2. A

1. We’re all worried about his health. He should really give up smoking.                                2. If you want to be fit, why don’t you take up some sport?
3. If you don’t understand this word, look it up in a dictionary.                                                 4.It was unfair that the teacher tell me of for talking. It wasn’t me who was talking.
5.You don’t need to help me with this problem. I think I can work it out
6.My uncle is a designer. He wants to take up his own business soon.
7.There’s new youth club in our street. Let’s check it out.

2. B

2.We were excited about going to the football, but in the end it was a boring
3.I thought the Dracula film was qiute frightening, but my girlfriend wasn’t frightened.
4.We went to a museum last Sunday. My parents thought it was really interesting ,but I was a bit boring.




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  1. The people at Sunny Bank want Debbie to give a presentation (T)
  2. At first, Debbie doesn’t want to do a talk. (T)
  3. Jess tells Debbie that she’s not brave. (F)
  4. Debbie thinks the old people will laigh at her.(F)
  5. Pete tells Debbie that she’s not brave.(T)
  6. Debbie is very angry.(T)
  7. Later, Debbie tells Miss Bradley that she wants to do the talk.(T)
  8. Jess is happy that Pete did what she wanted him to do.(T)


  1. Memory stick — c. a small device that stores digital information.
  2. It room -g. a computer laboratory.
  3. Video projector — a. a machine that shows films or images on a images on a screen or wall.
  4. Entrance hall — h. a big area that you get to when you go into a building.
  5. Bulb — d. a glass object that produces light.
  6. Responsibility — e. something that is your job or duty to deal with.
  7. Permission — f. if you are given… to do something, you are allowed to do it.
  8. Fault — b. mistake
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Related imageA pumpkin is a cultivar of a squash plant, most commonly of Cucurbita pepo, that is round, with smooth, slightly ribbed skin, and deep yellow to orange coloration. The thick shell contains the seeds and pulp. Some exceptionally large cultivars of squash with similar appearance have also been derived from Cucurbita maxima. Specific cultivars of winter squash derived from other species, including C. argyrosperma, and C. moschata, are also sometimes called “pumpkin”.In New Zealand and Australian English, the term pumpkin generally refers to the broader category called winter squash elsewhere. Native to North America,  pumpkins are widely grown for commercial use and are used both in food and recreation. Pumpkin pie, for instance, is a traditional part of Thanksgiving meals in Canada and the United States, and pumpkins are frequently carved as jack-o’-lanterns for decoration around Halloween, although commercially canned pumpkin puree and pumpkin pie fillings are usually made from different kinds of winter squash than the ones used for jack-o’-lanterns.