Unit 1 FAMILY AND FRIENDS
Lesson 2 AN ORDINARY FAMILY
1 Find out the words that are not connected with the family.
Granddaughter, niece, pilot, brother, monkey, aunt, frog, wife, prince, son, father, cousin, octopus, grandmother
2 Copy and complete the table. Use the family words from task 1.
3 Look at the picture of Mike’s family. Read and say who they are. Point to each person and say his/her name.
My mum is kind and helpful. She has got beautiful blue eyes and short, light-brown hair. She is quite tall.
My dad is plump. As you can see he is a bit bald. My parents’ names are Melissa and George.
My little brother Ted is six and he is always around me with loads of questions, “Why are frogs green? Where’s the Moon now? What
Is a website?”
But even I haven’t got answers to every question. Ted is so curious and boring!
My sister has got long blond hair and she always wears a lot of make up1 and big earrings. She is seventeen and I think she is selfish.
This man with a grey beard is my grandpa. We call him Pirate Ed because he travelled around the world on a big ship.
But that is only his nickname. His real name is Edward. He is very interesting and he tells us a lot of amazing stories. He can speak 10 languages!
You can also see my uncle Harry. He is my father’s brother.
He has got a ponytail. He makes us laugh. His wife, Linda, is always serious. She is slim because she is always on a diet.
The girl with braids is my cousin Amy. She is 11 and she is shy. Her brother Jim is very thin, so my granny Liz often says, “Jim, you must eat more if you want to be big and strong.” And the untidy boy is my other cousin Robert.
This is not my whole family. I have got many other relatives,
But they are not in this picture.
1a make up – макіяж
4 Complete the sentences.
Melissa is Mike’s…
George is Mike’s…
Alice is Mike’s…
Ted is Mike’s…
Edward is Mike’s…
Harry is Mike’s…
Linda is Mike’s…
Jim is Mike’s…
Liz is Mike’s…
Robert is Mike’s…
5 Correct the sentences.
1 Mike’s mum is kind and worried.
2 Mike’s dad is thin.
3 Alice has got long brown hair.
4 Ted is curious.
5 Mike’s grandpa has got glasses.
6 Mike’s uncle is boring.
7 Aunt Linda is clumsy.
8 Robert is selfish.
1 Listen to Mike and Cathy, then do the task.
Say if the statements are true or false.
□ Mike has got an aunt and an uncle in Australia.
□ Mike is the only child.
□ Cathy has got a lot of relatives around the world.
□ Lilly is Mike’s sister.
□ Mike’s parrot is a real pain in the neck.
□ Cathy is not an only child.
□ Amy is Cathy’s cousin.
□ There are a lot of cuddly animals in Cathy’s flat.
2) Listen to the song. Copy the text of the song in the correct order.
I’ve got a little brother,
His hobby’s asking questions,
He makes me really mad.
His name is Ted.
And snails are not?
Why are the stars in the sky?
Why is the Sun so hot?
Why are lions so fast
How old is that tree?
Why are the clouds white?
Where is the Sun at night?
What is the name of this street?
His name is Ted.
His hobby’s asking questions,
I’ve got a little brother,
He makes me really mad.
B) Listen and sing along.
3 Complete each question with the correct question word.
Where, when, whose, who, what, how, why, how many
1 Who is your friend? – Jack.
2 … is your birthday? – In September.
3 … are your cousins from? – They are from London.
4 … umbrella is this? – It’s mine.
5 … is your address? -22 High Street.
6 … old is your grandpa? -77.
7 … pets have you got? – Only two. A dog and a cat.
8 … is your brother crying? – Because he has lost his ball.
POSSESSIVE (Whose is it?)
Melissa is Mike’s mother. (His mother)
My parents’ names are Melissa and George. (Their names)
The children’s toys are all over the house. (Their toys)
4 Think of some more silly questions Ted asks his brother.
Read § 3,
VOCABULARY &p; SPEAKING
1 Look at the pictures on page 29 and answer the questions.
– What does she look like!
– She is slim and beautiful.
– What is she like?
– She is kind and friendly,
Who’s got a moustache?
Who’s got braids?
Who’s got long hair?
Who’s got a ponytail?
Whose hair is curly?
Whose eyes are brown?
Whose nose is big?
Whose hair is blond?
Who’s…? = Who is…?
Who’s got…? = Who has got…? Whose…?
2 Work in pairs. Ask and answer more questions about the people in the pictures on page 29. One of you must close the book and answer your questions.
Start like this: Who’s… ? Who’s got…? Whose… ?
Use: tall, skinny, brown hair, short, weak, blue eyes…
3 Copy the table and sort out adjectives into three columns below. Explain your choice.
Worried, kind, selfish, boring, helpful, curious, patient, friendly, clumsy, shy, romantic, lazy, serious, hard-working, calm, brave, rude, polite, clever, stupid, naughty, interesting
Positive and negative
4 Complete these sentences. Use the words from task 3.
5 In groups speak on the questions.
– What are you like?
– What are your classmates like?
6 Bring a photo of your family to school. Work in pairs.
Pupil A, describe the people in the photo.
For example: This is my… He is…
Pupil B, ask questions to find out more about your partner’s family.
How old is…?
What is…’s hobby?
Where is… now?
What is…’s favourite…? What is… like?
Why is… boring /interesting /rude?
Happy -► happily
Slow -► slowly
Lucky -► luckily
Bad -► badly
He walks very slowly.
Leo sang and jumped happily.
Meg usually rides her bike quickly.
But: good – well
He is a good student. -► He studies well.
They are good swimmers. -► They swim very well.
Read § 1, page 200.
1 Make adverbs from the adjectives in the box to complete the sentences.
Loud, bright, slow, quick, sweet, happy, gay
1 I am speaking very… because John is standing far from me.
2 The squirrels climbed the tree so…
3 There were no clouds, and the moon shone…
4 The birds sang…
5 Sam and Angela danced… round the room.
6 Some animals are very fast, but some move very…
7 The children have a wonderful time at the party, and they are laughing… .
2 Use ‘good’ or ‘well’ to complete the sentences,
1 She speaks… English.
2 Ann did her work… .
3 She looks… today.
4 They speak very… .
5 Has he done… in his lessons?
6 He did not see… .
7 It is… to be with friends.
8 Tom did… work.
Degrees of Comparison
– Short adverbs: Neutral (Звичайний)
– Long adverbs:
The most easily
The most carefully
Read § 2, page 201.
3 Copy the sentences using the comparatives.
Example: We can read well.
We can read better
We can read well.
The teacher spoke loudly.
We must all work hard.
He has done this work
The rocket moved easily.
Mother felt bad.
She looked at us angrily.
Nick runs very fast.
Yesterday we got up
Bob and Mary came
He sang this song loudly.
4 Make comparatives and superlatives of the following adverbs.
Often, early, easily, well, little, near, far, late, slowly, fast, much, quickly
5 Group up the sentences into two columns: Adverbs and Adjectives.
1 The teacher spoke in a friendly way.
2 The teacher spoke friendly.
3 This car is too fast for me.
4 Don’t speak so fast.
5 Why have you got such long hair?
6 Don’t stay in too long.
7 Jack works hard all day.
8 John is a hard worker.
9 You are so little.
10 He studies very little.
6 Choose an adjective or an adverb in brackets to complete each sentence correctly.
1 She speaks Italian (fluent, fluently).
2 They behave (honest, honestly).
3 He was (bad, badly) hurt.
4 The children did the exercises (easy, easily).
5 Bob plays the violin (good, well).
6 The sun is shining (bright, brightly).
1 Write about your family.
2 Make a poster about your family.
File FOR ROJECT
Meet My Family
1 Write about your family and relatives:
– find some photo of your family or relatives;
– write some information about these people in the photo (their names, their relationships1 to you, their jobs).
2 Draw a Family Tree and mark the people, whose photos are on your poster.
3 Display your poster in class.
Relationships – зв’язки, відносини
1 Copy the table and put the words in the correct column.
Straight, green, tall, dark, brown, blue, black, long, wavy, young, ponytail, pretty, slim, skinny, old, curly, blond, beautiful, plump, short, fat
2 Choose the word from the box and fill in the text.
Skin, slim, pretty, straight, wavy, alike
Ann is a new girl in our class. She looks…. She is… and not very tall. Her eyes are blue. She has got… fair hair.
Yesterday I saw her mother. They are much…. They’ve got light… . But her mother’s hair is different: it is long and… .
3 Write a letter to your pen friend about:
– what you like;
– your family.
Match the questions with the answers.
1 How old is she?
2 Where are you from?
3 What is her job?
4 When is your birthday?
5 What nationality are you?
6 What are you good at?
7 Why do you study English?
A) It helps to have a lot of friends.
B) I’m good at Maths.
C) It’s on the 5th of April.
D) I’m from England.
E) She is an editor.
F) She is nine.
G) I’m Ukrainia
5 Put the dialogue in the correct order. Act out in pairs.
□ – She is my e-mail friend.
□ – Hello, what are you doing?
□ – Who are the other people in the photo?
□ – She is from Australia.
□ – I’m writing a letter to Tina.
□ – They are Tina’s family.
□ – Oh, where is she from?
□ – Have you got a photo of her?
□ – Who’s Tina?
□ – Yes, here you are.
6 Read the e-mail and use the scheme1 to say who they are.
1 a scheme [ski:m] – схема
7 Draw Robert’s family tree. Use the clues1 below.
The names of Robert’s relatives are Antonio, Steve, Danny, Barbara, Laura, Silvia, Debora and Lisa.
Robert hasn’t got any brother. Antonio and Barbara have got four children. Robert’s father’s name is Steve. Danny is Steve’s brother. Laura and Silvia are sisters. Danny has got two sisters. Debora’s children’s names are Lisa and Robert.
8 Study the factfile. Then write 10 sentences about Tara in your notebook.
9 Read and write down the questions in your notebook.
You’re about to meet Nell. What would you like to know about her? Use the following beginnings to make your questions.
What’s………………… ? Does she…………?
How old is……………. ? Has she got……. ?
Where does she……… ? Who’s her…….. ?
1a clue – підказка
10 Read about Nell.
Try to find the answers to your questions.
Hi! I’m Nell. I’m twelve and I’m in the sixth form. I live in Cambridge, a famous university city. It’s in the east of England. My family is quite big. I have got a brother and a sister. Our grandma lives with us too. We live in a house. It’s a bit crowded, but believe me, never boring. I’ve got a lot of friends. My best friends are Alice and Jane. We are in the same class. Then there’s Andy, my neighbour. He is in the seventh form. That doesn’t matter. He is great. He’s a real computer wizard. He is so interesting. Sometimes he has got some crazy ideas. We all like him very much.
11 a) Copy the grid in your notebook.
Read the text again. Fill in the grid with the information about Nell.
B) Speak on what you know about Nell now. Use the factfile you’ve made.
12 Write about yourself.
Use the plan and the scheme.
MY PLAN Paragraph 1
– Plan your writing.
– Write in paragraphs.
– Watch your spelling.
Name, age and form.
Home and room.
Hometown and school.
The best friend.
This Is Me
I’m… years old and I’m in the… the form.
Paragraph 2 My family is…
I live with my…
I live in… There is a… in my town / village My room is…
My hometown is in the north / south / east /west of…
There are… in my hometown.
My school is…
We have got… but we haven’t got…
My best friend is…
Reading for fun!
1 Listen, read and choose the ending of the story on page 42 (А, В, C, or D)
Cinderella is a beautiful girl.
She has got a mean stepmother1 and two ugly and evil sisters.
Cinderella is in the kitchen from morning till evening. Her sisters are lazy but their dresses are new and lovely.
One day there is a big ball at the castle. And in that castle there is a handsome prince and his parents, the king and the queen. The ugly sisters go to the ball. But Cinderella can’t go to the ball because she has got only one old dress. So she is in the kitchen as usual. She is crying.
Suddenly, there is her fairy godmother2 in front of her. She is a nice old lady and she has got a magic wand. “Abracadabra short and tall, you too can now go to the ball!” And look! Cinderella is wearing a beautiful pink dress and glass slippers. She is excited because she can go to the ball, too. There is even a golden carriage3 in front of the house. “But remember, you must come back home at midnight4!”, the fairy says.
At the ball, Cinderella is the most beautiful girl. The prince is dancing only with her. Suddenly, she can hear a clock. Ding, dong, ding, dong… Oh no, it’s midnight.
1a stepmother – мачуха
2a godmother – хресна матір
3a carriage – карета, екіпаж
4at midnight [‘midnait] – опівночі
She must go home. And now she is running back home. But she loses her glass slipper.
The prince is holding the glass slipper. “I must find that girl,” he is thinking. All his servants are looking for the beautiful girl from the ball.
So here he is at Cinderella’s home. The ugly sisters are trying to put on the shoe, but they can’t. Their feet are too big. Only Cinderella can put on the glass slipper. The ugly sisters are jealous and angry. And the prince…. the prince is happy. Cinderella is happy too.
A They get married and live happily.
В They turn the ugly sisters into rats.
С They say goodbye and never see each other again.
D The prince kisses Cinderella and tells her “I love you”.
2 Work in groups. How many questions can you answer in 6 minutes?
1 Who is Cinderella?
2 What is Cinderella’s stepmother like?
3 What are Cinderella’s sisters like?
4 Who are the prince’s parents?
5 Why can’t Cinderella go to the ball?
6 Who is there suddenly in front of Cinderella?
7 What has the fairy godmother got?
8 What is Cinderella wearing for the ball?
9 Where is the golden carriage?
10 Who is Cinderella dancing with?
11 Where is Cinderella running?
12 Whose glass slipper is the prince holding?
13 Who can put on the shoe?
Check your answers with your class.
3 Read the story again. Copy
The table and tick the correct box.
3 Go back the story. Make pairs
4 Go back to the story. Make pairs.
Prince, carriage, sisters, godmother, stepmother, queen, slippers
5 Complete with first, after that, finally, next, then _______________Cinderella’s sisters are going to the ball and she is crying in the kitchen._________there is a fairy in front of Cinderella. She is saying, “Abracadabra short and tall, you too can now go to the ball.” And now, Cinderella is wearing a beautiful dress and glass slippers. She can go to the ball now.
________ she is dancing with the prince.__ she is running back home because it is midnight. ___________the prince finds Cinderella and they are happy.
6 Tell the story to your friend. Task 5 can help you.
My Learning Diary
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