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TEXT 7 AT THE SEASIDE

1. Read the text.

In summer Pavlo usually goes to the seaside with his family. He goes to the beach every day. He watches the sea, the boats and the ships. He sometimes sits on the sand and makes nice sandcastles.

He makes the walls, small towers*, windows and doors. The boy’s sandcastles are always different.

Pavlo likes to swim in the sea. The water is cool!

2. Choose and say.

1. In summer Pavlo usually goes to the seaside with his… .

A friends B classmates C family

2. He goes to the beach and watches. .

A the sea, the sand and the birds

B the beach, the people and sky C the sea, the boats and the ships

3. The boy sometimes makes. .

A doll houses B sandcastles C toys

4. Pavlo likes. in the sea.

A to swim B to jump C to run

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* towers – вежі

3. Answer the questions.

1. Where does Pavlo go in summer?

2. What does he do on the beach?

3. Are his sandcastles nice?

4. Does the boy like to swim in the sea? Why?

4. Look at the photos.

Talk about your summer holidays at the seaside. When do you go to the seaside?

What do you usually do there?

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Grammar Lab

This is a book.

These are books.

This book is interesting.

These books are interesting.

That is a bag.

Those are bags.

That bag is big.

Those bags are big.

There is / There are

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Answers

Long

Form

Short

Form

Long

Form

Short

Form

Singular

There is

There’s

There is not

There

Isn’t

Is there?

Yes, there is. No, there isn’t.

Plular

There

Are

There are not

There

Aren’t

Are there?

Yes,

There

Are.

No, there aren’t.

Prepositions

– in the kitchen, in London

– in the book

In

– in the car, in the taxi

– in the picture

– in summer (autumn, winter)

At

– at the door, at the station

– at the table

– at the concert, at the party

– at the cinema, at school, at work

– at night

– at 5 o’clock

On

– on the wall

– on the table

– on the left / right

– on the first floor

– on TV, on the radio

– on Monday

By / next to / beside

Her bike is by / next to / beside the car.

Under

The bag is under the table.

Above

The picture is above the sofa.

Possessives

Personal pronouns

Possessive adjectives

1

My

You

Your

He

His

She

Her

It

Its

We

Our

You

Your

They

Their

Possessives

Nouns

(Who?)

Possessives

(Whose?)

Singular

A boy

Boy’s

A father

Father’s

Mary

Mary’s

Chris

Chris’s (Chris’)

Plural

Boys

Boys’

Parents

Parents’

Children

Children’s

Present Simple “to be” (am / is / are)

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Long form

Short form

Long form

Short form

I am

I’m

I am not

I’m not

Am I?

You are

You’re

You are not

You aren’t

Are you?

He is

He’s

He is not

He isn’t

Is he?

She is

She’s

She is not

She isn’t

Is she?

It is

It’s

It is not

It isn’t

Is it?

We are

We’re

We are not

We aren’t

Are we?

You are

You’re

You are not

You aren’t

Are you?

They are

They’re

They are not

They aren’t

Are they?

Short forms

Am I /Are you tall?

Yes, I am.

No, I’m not.

Is he / she / it in the garden?

Yes, he / she / it is.

No, he /she /it isn’t.

Are

We / you / they

Pupils?

Yes,

We/you/ they

Are.

No,

We / you/ they

Aren’t.

Present Simple “to do”

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I

Read

Books

Every day.

Mary

Reads

I

Do not

Read

Books

Every day.

Mary

Does not

?

Do

I

Read

Books

Every day?

Does

Mary

?

What

Do

I

Do

Every day?

Does

Mary

When

Do

I

Read

Books?

Does

Mary

Modal Verbs

Can

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I

Can

Swim.

Mary

Dance.

I

Cannot

Swim.

Mary

Dance.

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Can

You

Swim?

Mary

Dance?

What

Can

You

Do?

Mary

May

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You

May

Open

The window.

You

May not

Open

The window.

?

May

I

Open

The window?

Must / have to

You

Must / have to

Do

Your homework.

Mary

Has to

Clean

Her room.

The Verb Form “to have got”

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Long form

Short

Form

Long form

Short form

I have got

I’ve got

I have not got

I haven’t got

Have I got?

You have got

You’ve

Got

You

Have not got

You

Haven’t got

Have you got?

He has got

He’s got

He has not got

He hasn’t got

Has he got?

She has got

She’s got

She

Has not got

She

Hasn’t got

Has she got?

It has got

It’s got

It has not got

It hasn’t got

Has it got?

We have got

We’ve got

We

Have not got

We

Haven’t got

Have we got?

You have got

You’ve

Got

You

Have not got

You

Haven’t got

Have you got?

They have got

They’ve

Got

They

Have not got

They

Haven’t got

Have they got?

Short Answers

Yes, I / we have.

Yes, he / she / it has.

No, I / we haven’t.

No, he / she / it hasn’t.

Past Simple

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I

Watched TV

Yesterday.

Dan

Went to school

I

Did not

Watch TV

Yesterday.

Dan

Go to school

?

Did

I

Watch TV

Yesterday?

Dan

Go to school

What

Did

I

Dan

Do

Yesterday?

When

Did

I

Watch TV?

Dan

Go to school?

Past Simple “to be” (was / were)

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Long form

Short form

I was You were He was She was It was We were You were They were

I was not You were not He was not She was not It was not We were not You were not They were not

I wasn’t You weren’t He wasn’t She wasn’t It wasn’t We weren’t You weren’t They weren’t

Was I? Were you? Was he? Was she? Was it? Were we? Were you? Were they?

Future Simple

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Dan

Will

Go to school

Tomorrow.

Dan

Will not (won’t)

Go to school

?

Will

Dan

Go to school

Tomorrow?

What

Will

Dan

Do

Tomorrow?

When

Will

Dan

Go to school?

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