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1 Strnge but true! Vocbulry Prepositions.9 Listen nd repet the prepositions. under round down towrds through into up cross long over wy from out of Which prepositions re opposites? Write them in pirs. Choose the correct words..0 Listen to Dn, Rit nd Megn. Wht re their superstitions? 5 INTERFACE Work in pirs. Ask nd nswer the question. Hve you got ny superstitions? Jmes Bond is lwys very ctive in his films. He often jumps () out of / towrds eroplnes nd prchutes () over / down to the ground, nd then he runs () up / under mountins to the top, dives () into / out of rivers nd then swims (5) under / over the wter to the other side. He jumps (6) into / over obstcles nd moves (7) towrds / over his objective. After tht, he drives (8) into / wy from his enemies in his Aston Mrtin cr! We cn combine ction verbs with different prepositions to indicte the direction of movement, e.g. swim cross, swim over, swim under. I never wlk under ldders! Reding 6 Look t the words below. Do they relte to text A or B? millionire 7. hospitl nt dive Red nd listen. Check your nswers _text.indd 0 0//0 0:5

2 Crocodi in the p les ool onth, he ire. Lst m sts on n io ill m gue ghes is he took his e hd n d Ptrick Hu n y rt gp e grden h ws hvin nsion. In th ith four crocodiles. m is h f o tour pool w swimming oney to, enormous give my m to o h w ow id. I don t kn Hughes s e person. Cn brv ss the give it to to t n swim cro r, w te I w e e e into th ide? I ll giv nyone div mb out the other s n o m ey, cli wnt my y e pool nd th g in n nyth!, nything tht perso my house Everyone w s looking t there ws loud nois Hughes when sudd enly e someb pool! It w ody s Hughes unpopulr lwyer, M ws in the mn. Every rk one rn lo Flood, n the pool n g the side s they wtc of hed Flood He rn cro. ss the first crocodile, the second sw n ws despe d swm over the th m under ird one. He r tely sw crocodiles. Finlly, he imming wy from the climbe before the fourth croc d out of the pool jus t odile rec hed him. You re in credible! sid Tell me, w Hughes. ht do yo u wnt? I wnt to know who push the pool! ed me into A 8 A lucky ccident Jon Murry loves dventure nd she often goes skydiving. She doesn t normlly hve ny problems, but one dy disster struck s Jon jumped out of the eroplne. She ws flling towrds the ground t speed of bout 00km per hour, when her min prchute didn t open. Red text A gin. Are the sentences true or flse? At the lst moment, her emergency prchute opened just 0 metres from the ground. Jon crshed into field in north Americ nd her hert stopped. Luckily, she fell onto mound of fire nts. The nts climbed up her clothes nd bit her. Doctors believe the bites from the nts strted her hert gin. Jon ws in hospitl for two weeks, but then she recovered completely. The ccident didn t stop Jon she strted skydiving gin yer lter. Ptrick Hughes told his lwyer to swim cross the pool. The crocodiles didn t et Mrk Flood. Mrk Flood chose to swim cross the pool. 9 Red text B gin nd order the events. ) Jon s hert stopped. b) Jon went skydiving. c) Jon went to hospitl nd recovered. d) The fire nts bit Jon. e) Jon s prchute didn t open. f) Jon strted skydiving gin. g) Jon fell onto mound of nts. 0 B Find words in the texts nd then mtch them with definitions d. struck crshed into recovered reched _text.indd ) ws ble to touch b) hit very hrd c) occurred d) got better fter n ccident or illness CLASS VOTE Which story do you think is strnger? Which story is true? 0//0 0:5

3 Grmmr Pst tenses Red the text in exercise gin nd nswer the questions. Where did Brennn go lst summer? Wht hppened when he went for wlk? How mny dys did he survive lone? Wht ws Brennn doing when rescuers found him? 5 Why ws Brennn hiding? pst simple nd pst continuous Jon ws prchuting down when her prchute didn t open. Jon crshed into the ground nd her hert stopped. Pronuncition Sentence stress Look t the sentences in the tble nd mtch them with time lines nd b. pst continuous ) pst simple now b) pst simple pst simple now b Complete the rules with pst simple or pst continuous. He ws wtching film. They were listening to music. He wsn t hiding in the woods. Ws he tlking to Dvid?. Listen nd repet the sentences. when nd while He ws running wy when the ber ttcked. We use the to describe n ction in progress in the pst, often interrupted by nother ction. We use the to describe completed ction or sequence of completed ctions in the pst.. Listen nd repet the sentences. Which syllbles re stressed? While he ws running wy, the ber ttcked. Choose the correct words. Lst summer, -yer-old Brennn Hwkins () went / ws going to Scout Cmp. One dy, he () got / ws getting lost in the woods during n ctivity. Brennn () survived / ws surviving for four dys lone in the woods! When rescuers finlly () found / were finding Brennn, he (5) hid / ws hiding in the trees becuse he (6) didn t recognize / wsn t recognizing them! 5 Look t the sentences in the tble nd nswer the questions. Which ction ws in progress? Which ction interrupted the ction in progress? Which tense usully comes fter while? Which tense usully comes fter when? _text.indd 0//0 0:5

4 6 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brckets. Then rewrite the sentences chnging when nd while. wlking (wlk) in the forest when the dog ppered (pper). While he ws wlking in the forest, the dog ppered. Listening Shrk ttck! He ws 9 While the children (ply), they (see) snke. While they (sil) long the cost, there (be) storm. The plne (fly) over the re when the pilot (see) the explorers. When I (rrive), the rescuers (look) for the lost girl. 5 I (hve) n ccident while I (drive) home. 6 I (see) Hnnh when I (be) t the shopping centre. 7 Look t the picture nd the words in the box. Wht do you think the news report is bout? bodybord wetsuit swim bech hnd ttck bite leg hip hed Write questions with the pst simple or pst continuous form of the verbs. wht time / you / go to bed / lst night? Wht time did you go to bed lst night? wht / you / do / t 5pm yesterdy? wht / your friends / do / when / you / see / them this morning? wht / your friend / do / when / the English techer / rrive / tody? you / use / dictionry / while / you / do / your lst English homework? 5 wht / you / think bout / when the clss / strt? 6 wht / you / wtch / on TV / lst night? 8 INTERFACE Work in pirs. Ask nd nswer the questions in exercise 7. 0 Listen nd check your nswers. Listen gin. Are the sentences true or flse? Correct the flse sentences. Lydi ws swimming when the shrk ttcked. The shrk wsn t very big it ws only bout one metre long. The shrk ws very ggressive. Lydi s brother hit the shrk on the hed with his bodybord. 5 The shrk let Lydi go nd she nd her brother rn out of the wter. 6 Lydi is plnning to swim gin t the bech soon. Wht time did you go to bed lst night? I went to bed t pm lst night. Grmmr guide pge 0 Around different species of shrk live off the UK cost. Bsking shrks re the most common. They cn grow up to metres long.. INTERFACE Work in pirs. One of you is reporter, one of you is Lydi. Ask nd nswer questions bout the shrk ttck. Why did you go to the bech? I wnted to go bodybording _text.indd 0//0 0:5

5 Speking Tlking with friends Listen Look t the torch Dn is wering. Is this useful gdget? Listen to the first prt of Dn, Rit nd Megn s converstion nd nswer the questions..5 Why does Dn think the torch is useful? Wht do the girls think of the torch?.6 Listen to Dn s necdote. Why ws his hed torch useful on the cmping trip? Red nd listen gin. Check your nswers. For one thing, I don t like running or cycling in the drk. With hed torch, you feel sfe becuse drivers cn see you. And it s lso gret for cmping, s I discovered lst yer on school cmping trip. It ws drk nd windy when we rrived t the cmpsite. Jmie nd I hd hed torches nd we put our tent up in exctly five minutes; 5 minutes lter, even the techers were hving problems with theirs. As you cn imgine, it s difficult to put tent up in the drk when you re holding torch in one hnd. In fct, two kids were holding their torches in their mouths while they tried to put their tents up. My hed torch ws lso relly useful for cooking in the evenings on tht cmping trip. And it ws even more useful for eting in the drk like the night two huge spiders dropped into my spghetti! Thnks to my hed torch I sw them in time. I m vegetrin I cn t et spiders, cn I? Prctise 5.7 Listen nd repet the phrses in the Functionl lnguge box. 6 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. s fct imgine like thnks thing In, most people wer fluorescent cycling clothes. As you cn, running in the drk cn be dngerous. For one, it s brillint for cmping. But I styed wrm to my new sleeping bg. 5 And it s gret for cycling in the drk, I discovered lst month. 6 We were sometimes scred, the time the bull ttcked us _text.indd Telling necdotes For one thing As I discovered lst yer As you cn imgine In fct, like the time Thnks to 0//0 0:5

6 Culture Speking tsk Fmous writers nd books Write new necdote. Step Use the ides below or your own ides. The first English novel? Robinson Crusoe is novel by Dniel Defoe, published in 79. It is fictionl utobiogrphy of Crusoe, mn who spends 8 yers on remote tropicl islnd fter his ship sinks. Crusoe is rescued t the end of the book, fter mny dventures. Mny people think tht Robinson Crusoe is the first novel in English. Dniel Defoe (c659 7) Defoe ws n English writer nd journlist. He wrote more thn 500 books nd journls on vrious topics, including politics, crime nd psychology. He is fmous for Robinson Crusoe nd for mking novels populr in Britin. Defoe s inspirtion Step Think bout the detils of the necdote nd how to tell it. Where were you? Who were you with? Wht hppened? Wht ws the best / funniest prt? Let me tell you bout the Actully, it ws quite frightening. It ws so esy. Alexnder Selkirk ws Scottish silor who lived on n islnd ner Chile for four yers. After his rescue, his story ws in British newsppers. Defoe probbly got the ide for his story fter reding bout Selkirk. Selkirk ws on one of Willim Dmpier s voyges of explortion when he ws left on the islnd. Explortion nd discovery In the 8th century, Europen explorers mde huge progress in exploring the ocens nd continents. They begn to produce much more ccurte mps nd this helped to increse trde. Their expeditions helped to end mny myths nd to expnd scientific knowledge in res such s geogrphy, stronomy, nthropology nd mthemtics. Think bout your friend s rections. I cn t believe how brve / stupid / lucky you were. Wht do you men? Step 7 Work in pirs. Tke it in turns to tell your necdotes. Red nd listen. Answer the questions. Why is Robinson Crusoe n importnt book? Who ws Dniel Defoe nd why is he fmous? Who ws Alexnder Selkirk? Write your necdote. Step.8 8 Wht fmous writers re there in your country? Workbook Speking prctice pge _text.indd 5 0//0 0:5

7 Vocbulry -ed / -ing djectives Look t the pictures nd choose the correct word. The couple / mountins re frightened. The couple / mountins re frightening. Complete the rules with -ed or -ing. ) We use djectives to describe how we feel. b) We use djectives to describe the thing or person tht cuses the feeling. Copy nd complete the tble with the verbs in the box. frighten bore surprise worry nnoy interest tire excite verb -ing form -ed form frighten frightening frightened Choose the correct words. John is bored / boring becuse the film is bored / boring. The results of the experiments re very surprised / surprising. The scientists re worried / worrying. I m nnoyed / nnoying becuse my friend is lte gin! It s very nnoyed / nnoying when people re lwys lte. We re tired / tiring becuse it s very lte, but the documentry is relly interested / interesting. 5 They re frightened / frightening of spiders. They think spiders re frightened / frightening Look t the pictures nd nswer the questions. How do you think the people felt in the sitution? Wht do you think hppened? 9 Mtch the words nd phrses 5 with the definitions e. 5 Listen, check nd repet. get stuck look fter return work mnge ) cre for b) come bck c) become trpped d) be ble to do something e) function Complete the sentences so they re true for you Reding I think footbll is I think is exciting. I m bored by In my opinion, is nnoying. I m interested in When I m tired INTERFACE Work in pirs. Compre your nswers to exercise 6. 0 Red nd listen to the text. Answer the questions..0 Wht hppened on the wy home? Why didn t they use their phones? Who did they think bout while they were trying to move the cr? Who did they phone on the wy home? 5 Are they plnning to go gin next yer? _text.indd 6 0//0 0:5

8 Mountin couple get home sfely Keith nd Jennifer Lee live in Oregon, Americ. Every yer they go up to the mountins. They don t usully hve ny problems, but lst yer things were different. They drove up to the mountins s usul, but s they were driving home they suddenly got stuck in the snow. Unfortuntely, their phones weren t working so high up. It ws worrying sitution. While they were trying to move the cr, they thought bout their four children, ged 8 to 8. A friend, Sophie Smith, ws looking fter the children. When the Lees didn t return, Sophie becme worried. She clled the police nd serch begn. Two dys lter Keith finlly mnged to move the cr. They were driving home when they herd bout the serch for them on the rdio. They were surprised! They phoned the police nd then phoned Sophie. They re sfe. They re coming home! Sophie shouted when she herd the news. Everyone ws delighted. Keith is plnning to go bck to the mountins gin next yer, but Jennifer doesn t wnt to go. It ws frightening experience for her she thinks they should sty in town! Grmmr Present nd pst tenses present nd pst tenses Every yer they go up to the mountins. They re coming home! They were driving home when they got stuck. Keith finlly mnged to move the cr. Look t sentences bove nd mtch the verbs in blue to uses d. ) present simple for hbits b) present continuous for n ction hppening now c) pst simple for completed ction in the pst d) pst continuous for n ction in progress in the pst Choose the correct words. Wht do you usully do / re you usully doing on your birthdy? How often re you going / do you go to the countryside? Wht re you do / were you doing yesterdy? Wht re you doing / were you doing when the techer rrived in clss? 5 Wht re you thinking / do you think bout now? INTERFACE. Work in pirs. Ask nd nswer the questions in exercise. Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brckets. Vness Horrocks ws wtching (wtch) TV in her prtment when she () (her) strnge noise in the bthroom. She () (go) to check. She () (hve) terrible shock when she () (see) two-metre long python in the toilet. The snke (5) (try) to get out of the toilet, she (6) (tell) our reporter, so I (7) (run) out of the bthroom becuse I certinly (8) (not wnt) to try nd ctch it. Then I (9) (cll) Fred, our building mnger. He (0) (rrive) quite quickly. He () (ctch) the snke nd () (tke) it wy. Vness still () (feel) nervous when she uses her bthroom. And I lwys () (put) the toilet lid down now, she sid. Building mnger Fred Murry told us: Pet pythons sometimes (5) (escpe) nd (6) (live) in the wter systems of lrge prtment blocks. We (7) (look for) the python s owner now. At the moment it (8) (live) in cge in my flt but it (9) (grow) very fst. 5 CLASS VOTE Which story in Unit do you think is the most interesting? Grmmr guide pge 0 7

9 Writing A description of n ccident. Red nd listen to Sm s description of n ccident. Put the pictures in the correct order. Lst Sturdy evening, I ws wlking into town with my friend Jenny. It ws rining relly hrd becuse there ws terrible storm. It ws bit frightening nd we were thinking bout going bck home. Suddenly, there ws loud noise nd big tree brnch fell down into the rod! We were trying to move the brnch when cr ppered. The driver wsn t driving very fst, but he didn t see the brnch nd he drove into it. I rn to the cr nd looked inside. The driver wsn t conscious nd there ws blood on his hed. Menwhile, Jenny clled n mbulnce. An mbulnce rrived quite quickly nd took the mn to hospitl. Then, reporter rrived when we were leving, so we told her bout the ccident. The next dy our story ws in the newspper it ws relly exciting! Lnguge Time expressions We were wtching TV. Suddenly, the phone rng. The police evcuted the re. Menwhile, the firemen tried to stop the fire. We clled n mbulnce. Then, we helped the ccident victims. Look t the Lnguge focus. Trnslte the words in bold into your lnguge, then find exmples in the text. Complete the sentences with suddenly, menwhile or then. The rescuers climbed down to the boy., they took him to the helicopter. We were wlking through the jungle., we sw tiger! I strted mking fire., my friends looked for more wood. I ws looking t the river., I herd voice shouting, Help! Help! 5 Tom ws wlking bck to the cmp., his friends were looking for him. Write description of n ccident (0 50 words). Writing description of n ccident Step Pln Think of n imginry or rel ccident. When, where nd how did it hppen? Step Write Write your first version. Orgnize the story into three prgrphs. Step Check Check your writing for errors. Try to include suddenly, menwhile nd then. Step Write Write your finl copy nd hnd in your work. Workbook Writing guide pge _text.indd 8 0//0 0:5

10 Literture A Sonnet Lerning to Write Sonnet A sonnet is type of poem tht originted in Itly in the th century. Sonnets were often bout love. Shkespere wrote over hundred love sonnets! The sonnet form is old nd full of dust And yet I wnt to lern to write one well. To lern new forms nd grow is quite must, But I will lern it quickly, I cn tell. And so I sit, tody, with pen in hnd, Composing three new qutrins with rhyme. The rhythm flows like wind t my commnd. The A-B-A-B form consumes my time. A sonnet lwys hs lines three verses of four lines nd rhyming couplet t the end. There is usully definite rhyme scheme of ABAB CDCD EFEF GG. Tht mens the words t the end of the first nd third lines rhyme, nd the ones t the end of the second nd fourth lines rhyme, etc. There re usully ten syllbles in ech line nd the rhythm is d-dad-da-d-da-d-da-d-da. This is qutrin = four lines of verse. These words rhyme, so the rhyme scheme is ABAB. But I m not done until there s fourteen lines. One ending couplet, fter three qutrins. I ve tried to write this new form severl times. The effort s huge; I hve to rck my brin. But I persist, my fourteen lines now done. I wrote my poem; my sonnet work is won. This is couplet. The lst two words rhyme. by Denise Rodgers. Red nd listen. Answer the question. Workbook CLIL ctivities pge 96 How mny verses does sonnet hve? Vocbulry guide Prepositions -ed / -ing djectives down out of up round under through wy from cross over into towrds long frightened / frightening bored / boring tired / tiring excited / exciting worried / worrying surprised / surprising interested / interesting nnoyed / nnoying _text.indd 9 0//0 0:5

11 Grmmr guide Pst simple nd pst continuous pst continuous when nd while He ws running wy when the ber ttcked. pst simple now While he ws running wy, the ber ttcked. She ws flling towrds the ground when her min prchute didn t open. pst simple pst simple now Jon crshed into the ground nd her hert stopped. present simple continuous + I / You wlk wlks wlk I You m wlking re wlking s wlking re wlking I / You don t wlk doesn t wlk don t wlk I You m not wlking re not wlking s not wlking re not wlking? Do Does Do I / you he / she / it we / you / they wlk? wlk? wlk? Am Are Is Are I you he / she / it we / you / they pst simple continuous I / You wlked wlked wlked I You ws wlking were wlking ws wlking were wlking I / You didn t wlk didn t wlk didn t wlk I You wsn t wlking weren t wlking wsn t wlking weren t wlking Did Did Did I / you he / she / it we / you / they wlk? wlk? wlk? Ws Were Ws Were I you he / she / it we / you / they Workbook Vocbulry plus pge 0 Grmmr reference pge 0

12 Progress check Prepositions Complete the sentences with the words in the box. out of under up into cross When John woke up, he climbed his tent nd te brekfst. Then he wlked to the river nd dived the wter. While he ws swimming the river to the other side, it strted to rin. When he reched the other side, he sheltered tree. 5 When the rin stopped, he rn big hill. -ed / -ing djectives Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in brckets. They re very lte. I m (worry). The film ws relly (bore). Were you (surprise) when you sw me? I m reding relly (interest) book. 5 Jckie ws very (nnoy) when Ruth rrived lte gin. 6 I cn t find my mp plyer. It s relly (nnoy). Pst tenses Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brckets. Use the pst simple or the pst continuous. John (not get up) erly yesterdy. At six o clock yesterdy I (do) my homework. They (not do) nything when I (see) them. We (not go) to the cinem lst week becuse there (not be) ny good films on. 5 Kte (meet) Kevin while she (wlk) to school. 6 They (get lost) when they (look) for the lost boy! Complete the questions using the pst simple or the pst continuous form of the verbs in brckets. (you / go) to prty lst Sturdy? Wht (you / do) t m this morning? Wht (you / do) lst night? Wht (your mother / do) when you (wke up) this morning? 5 Wht (the other students / do) when your techer (rrive) tody? Present nd pst tenses 5 Write sentences using the present simple, present continuous, pst simple or pst continuous. Nicky / wtch DVD / when / her friend / rrive. I / look for my friends / now. We / not relx / t the moment. Mggie / go swimming / twice week. 5 They / not usully et / met. 6 While / they / swim / they / see shrk. Grmmr build up 6 Choose the correct words. Todd Endris () works / is working in lbortory, but he usully () goes / is going surfing in his free time. He loves () surfing / surfed! One dy lst summer while he () is surfing / ws surfing t Mrin Bech, n enormous white shrk (5) ttcked / ws ttcking him. Todd (6) hit / ws hitting the shrk on the nose, but it (7) didn t relese / wsn t relesing him. He (8) got / ws getting desperte when suddenly six dolphins ttcked the shrk nd Todd escped. Two other surfers helped Todd to the bech nd (9) cll / clled n mbulnce. Todd (0) ws / were in hospitl for long time, but he recovered. After shrk ttck most people re () frightening / frightened of surfing gin, but not Todd. Wht () does he do / is he doing t the moment? Surfing, of course!

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