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1 4 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A GRAMMAR 1 Underline the correct word(s). Example: A Is this your coat? B Yes, it s my / your coat. 1 A Is that your husband s car? B Yes, it s his / her car. 2 A These are my children. B They re cute. What are their / your names? 3 This is a photo of our / their holiday. We re in Spain. 4 My sons / son s name is John. A Who is that? B That s Emma s / Emma mother. 2 Complete the sentences with my, your, his, her, its, our, or their. Example: A What s your name? B My name? Oh, it s Gina. 1 I m Ian and sister s name is Claire. 2 We re brothers. names are Ben and Roger. 3 They re my children. names are Jose and Miguel. 4 Our hotel is fantastic. name is The Ambassador. A What are names? B His name s Dan and her name s Mary. VOCABULARY 3 Tick ( ) the correct answer. 1 Is that an expensive watch? A No, it s a cheap watch. B No, it s a big watch. 2 Is your hotel room big? A No, it s small. B No, it s short. 3 Is the bus fast? A No, it s slow. 4 Is their house new? A No, it s nice. Is your car German? A Yes, it s from Germany. B No, it s from Germany. B No, it s cheap. B No, it s old. Grammar total 10 4 Write man, men, woman, women, child or children. Example: My son and daughter. Children. 1 My uncles. They are 37 and My father. 3 My daughter. She s four. 4 My wife. My brother. He s 28. PRONUNCIATION Underline the stressed syllable. Example: com pu ter 1 co lour 2 fa ther 3 beau ti ful 4 fa mi ly ex pen sive Vocabulary total 10 6 Match the words with the same sound. brother car girl short umbrella welcome Example: son umbrella 1 husband 2 daughter 3 large 4 mother computer Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 30 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 1

2 4 Reading and Writing A READING 1 Read the text and match the names in the box with the descriptions. My family Hi! My name s Leon Binet and I m from Basel in Switzerland. I m not from France I m Swiss! I have a big family. My father s name is Gordon and he s 0. My mother is 4. Her name s Anna and she s very nice. My mother s Scottish, but her mother and father are Italian. They re from Milan. I have three sisters. Their names are Rosie, Julia, and Valeria. Valeria is an Italian name. Rosie is 26. She s tall and her hair is black. She s married. Her husband s name is Tom and he s very tall. Julia and Valeria are 24, but Julia is tall and her hair is short, and Valeria is short and her hair is long! We have a big, new house and an old car. It s slow and cheap, and very small! But it s OK! My mother and father are very short! Me? Well, I m 21, I m not tall, and my hair is short and brown. I m not married. My girlfriend s name is Chloë. She s tall and she has short, dark hair. She s French, and she s very nice, too! Anna Chloë Gordon Julia Leon Rosie Tom Valeria Example: He s short, 21, and Swiss. Leon 1 She s tall and French and she has short hair. 2 She s short and Scottish, but her mother s Italian. 3 She s tall, 26, and married. 4 He s short and 0. She isn t tall and she isn t married. 6 He s tall and he s married. 7 She s 24 and tall. 2 Read the text again and complete the answers to the questions. Example: A What is Leon s last name? B It s Binet. 1 A Where is Leon from? B He s from. 7 2 A What is Leon s father s name? B It s. 3 A How old is Leon s mother? B She s. 4 A Where is Anna s mother from? B She s from. A What are Julia s sisters names? B Their names are. 6 A What is Rosie s husband s name? B His name is. 7 A Is their car fast and expensive? B No, it s. 8 A Where is Leon s girlfriend from? B She s from. WRITING 8 Reading total 1 1 Answer the questions about a man in your family. Example: My brother s / father s / husband s / son s name is What s his name? Where is he from? How old is he? Is he married? Is he tall or short? 2 Now answer the questions about a woman in your family. Example: My sister s / mother s / wife s / daughter s name is What s her name? Where is she from? How old is she? Is she married? Is she tall or short? Writing total 10 Reading and Writing total 2 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 2

3 4 Listening and Speaking A LISTENING 1 Listen to and talk about their families. Tick ( ) True or False. 1 s husband s brother is married. 2 Anna has two children now. 3 s wife s mother is 80 years old. 4 The dog is small. has two cats. 2 Listen to five conversations and answer the questions. Tick ( ) the correct answer. 1 Which car does the woman want to look at? A family car B black car C sports car 2 What kind of food does the woman like? A Italian B American C French 3 Who is Sam? A Michael s son B Michael s daughter C Michael s girlfriend 4 What is Ben s phone like? A cheap and good B old and bad C new and expensive What has Mrs Greg got? A black hair B a blue coat C small glasses SPEAKING 1 Ask your partner these questions. 1 What s your mother s name? 2 What s your father s name? 3 Is your mother tall or short? 4 Is your family big or small? Where is your father from? 2 Now answer your partner s questions about your family. 3 Your partner has information about Sally s family. Ask your partner questions and complete the family tree with the names in the box. Ben Nicola Patrick Sarah Tom 1 Who / Nicola? Who / Ben? Who / Sally / sister? Who / Sally / father? Who / Patrick? 4 Read the information about Paul s family and answer your partner s questions. Jerry = Kate Sally = Listening total 10 James Anna Paul = Jenny Speaking total 1 Listening and Speaking total 2 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 3

4 4 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B GRAMMAR 1 Complete the sentences with my, your, his, her, its, our, or their. Example: A What s your name? B My name? Oh, it s Gina. 1 A What s your brother s name? B My brother? name is William. 2 Our hotel is fantastic. name is The Ambassador. 3 I m Ian and sister s name is Claire. 4 We re brothers. names are Ben and Roger. He s American but wife is from Turkey. 2 Underline the correct word(s). Example: A Is this your coat? B Yes, it s my / your coat. VOCABULARY 3 Look at the family tree. Complete the description of Tom s family with the words in the box. brother children daughter father husband mother sister son wife Frank = Mary Simon Anna Tom Example: Frank is Tom s father. 1 Tom is Mary s. 2 Frank is Mary s. 3 Mary is Simon s. 4 Anna is Frank s. Simon, Anna, and Tom are Mary s. 1 A These are my children. B They re cute. What are their / your names? 2 A Our babysitter is very good. B Oh? What s her / their name? 3 This is a good phone. His / Its camera is good, too. 4 A Who is that? B That s Emma s / Emma mother. A Is that your / their cat? B Yes, that s our cat. Grammar total 10 4 Tick ( ) the correct answer. 1 Is the bus fast? A No, it s slow. 2 Is their house new? A No, it s nice. 3 Is your car Japanese? A Yes, it s from Japan. B No, it s from Japan. 4 Is that an expensive watch? A No, it s a cheap watch. B No, it s a big watch. B No, it s cheap. B No, it s old. Is your hotel room big? A No, it s small. B No, it s short. Vocabulary total 10 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 1

5 4 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation B PRONUNCIATION Underline the stressed syllable. Example: beau ti ful 1 fa mi ly 2 ex pen sive 3 co lour 4 fa ther com pu ter 6 Match the words with the same sound. brother car girl short umbrella welcome Example: son umbrella 1 large 2 husband 3 computer 4 daughter mother Pronunciation total 10 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation total 30 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 2

6 4 Reading and Writing B READING 1 Read the text and match the names in the box with the descriptions. My family Hi! My name s Leon Binet and I m from Basel in Switzerland. I m not from France I m Swiss! I have a big family. My father s name is Gordon and he s 0. My mother is 4. Her name s Anna and she s very nice. My mother s Scottish, but her mother and father are Italian. They re from Milan. I have three sisters. Their names are Rosie, Julia, and Valeria. Valeria is an Italian name. Rosie is 26. She s tall and her hair is black. She s married. Her husband s name is Tom and he s very tall. Julia and Valeria are 24, but Julia is tall and her hair is short, and Valeria is short and her hair is long! We have a big, new house and an old car. It s slow and cheap, and very small! But it s OK! My mother and father are very short! Me? Well, I m 21, I m not tall, and my hair is short and brown. I m not married. My girlfriend s name is Chloë. She s tall and she has short, dark hair. She s French, and she s very nice, too! Anna Chloë Gordon Julia Leon Rosie Tom Valeria Example: He s short, 21, and Swiss. Leon 1 She s short and Scottish, but her mother s Italian. 2 She s 24 and tall. 3 She isn t tall and she isn t married. 4 He s tall and he s married. She s tall, 26, and married. 6 He s short and 0. 7 She s tall and French and she has short hair. 2 Read the text again and complete the answers to the questions. Example: A What is Leon s last name? B It s Binet. 1 A Where is Leon from? B He s from. 7 2 A How old is Leon s mother? B She s. 3 A What are Julia s sisters names? B Their names are. 4 A What is Rosie s husband s name? B His name is. A Where is Anna s mother from? B She s from. 6 A What is Leon s father s name? B It s. 7 A Where is Leon s girlfriend from? B She s from. 8 A Is their car fast and expensive? B No, it s. WRITING 8 Reading total 1 1 Answer the questions about a man in your family. Example: My brother s / father s / husband s / son s name is What s his name? Where is he from? How old is he? Is he married? Is he tall or short? 2 Now answer the questions about a woman in your family. Example: My sister s / mother s / wife s / daughter s name is What s her name? Where is she from? How old is she? Is she married? Is she tall or short? Writing total 10 Reading and Writing total 2 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 3

7 4 Listening and Speaking B LISTENING 1 Listen to and talk about their families. Tick ( ) True or False. 1 s husband s brother is married. 2 Anna has three children. 3 s wife s mother is 80 years old. 4 The dog is big. has two dogs. 2 Listen to five conversations and answer the questions. Tick ( ) the correct answer. 1 Which car does the woman want to look at? A family car B sports car C black car 2 What kind of food does the woman like? A American B French C Italian 3 Who is Sam? A Michael s son B Michael s daughter C Michael s girlfriend 4 What is Ben s phone like? A new and expensive C old and bad What has Mrs Greg got? A small glasses B a blue coat C black hair B cheap and good Listening total 10 SPEAKING 1 Answer your partner s questions about your family. 2 Now ask your partner these questions. 1 What s your mother s name? 2 What s your father s name? 3 Is your mother tall or short? 4 Is your family big or small? Where is your father from? 3 Read the information about Sally s family and answer your partner s questions. 4 Your partner has information about Paul s family. Ask your partner questions and complete the family tree with the names in the box. Anna James Jenny Jerry Kate Who / Jerry? Who / Anna? Who / Paul / brother? Who / Paul / mother? Who / Jenny? Tom = Nicola Sarah Ben Sally = Patrick Paul = Speaking total 1 Listening and Speaking total 2 English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 4

8 Listening Scripts FILE 4 Listening 1 Hi, how are you? Not bad. What about you? I m really busy, actually. My husband s brother, Ian, is staying with us this week. Oh right, with his wife and children? He s not married. My husband s got a sister too she s married. OK. I know his sister. I think her name s Anna. That s right. And she has two children. Er, she s got three! She has a baby now, too. Anyway, Ian s staying with us and we re taking him out a lot you know to show him the city. Hmmm you are busy! My wife s family doesn t visit us very often but her mother is coming in the summer. And she s not young any more. Yes, she s 82 now. And she goes everywhere with her little dog. Aaw what s the dog s name? Jack and he s a really small dog. She puts him in her bag! Ha ha. Do you like animals? Yes, I do. We ve got two cats at home. Uh-uh good luck when the dog comes then! FILE 4 Listening 2 1 Man Woman Man Woman Man Woman 2 Man Woman Man Woman So, do you like that one? No I don t sorry. I don t like black cars. What about that blue Ford? It s a nice big family car. Blue s my favourite colour, but I want a small car. Well, we ve got a small blue sports car, but that s expensive. Can I see it? I ve always wanted a sports car! Do you want to go to Bertie s Restaurant. The food s great! Bertie s? Is that the American restaurant? It s French now, actually. It has a new manager. Oh right well, I prefer Italian food. 3 Kate Hi Michael! Michael Hi Kate this is my son, Jack and his girlfriend, Sarah. Kate Hi nice to meet you. I thought your son s name was Sam. Michael Sam? Oh, that s my wife s name ha ha. Kate And your daughter? What s her name? Michael Well, her name s Sam too! 4 Karen Ben Karen Ben Karen Ben Will Laura Will Laura Will I love your phone. Is it new? Not really It s about a year old. Are you happy with it? Yes, it s great! Was it expensive? Very cheap, actually. Who s that woman, Laura? The tall woman with black hair? No, the tall woman with small glasses the one with black hair is my teacher, Mrs Adams. Oh right. It s Mrs Greg. And the short woman with the blue coat is Mrs Parker. Yes, I know her. English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 4

9 4 Answer Key A Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation GRAMMAR 1 1 his 2 their 3 our 4 son s Emma s 2 1 my 2 Our 3 Their 4 Its their VOCABULARY 3 1 A 2 A 3 A 4 B A 4 1 Men 2 Man 3 Child 4 Woman Man PRONUNCIATION 1 co lour 2 fa ther 3 beau ti ful 4 fa mi ly ex pen sive Reading and Writing READING 1 1 Chloë 2 Anna 3 Rosie 4 Gordon Valeria 6 Tom 7 Julia 2 1 Switzerland 2 Gordon Italy Valeria and Rosie 6 Tom 7 slow and cheap 8 France WRITING Student s own answers. Task completion: The task is fully completed and the answer easy to understand. (4 points) Grammar: The student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task. Minor errors do not obscure the meaning. (3 points) Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases to communicate the message clearly. (3 points) 6 1 brother 2 short 3 car 4 girl welcome English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 1

10 4 Answer Key A Listening and Speaking LISTENING 1 1 False 2 False 3 False 4 True True 2 1 C 2 A 3 B 4 A C SPEAKING Interactive communication and oral production: The student communicates effectively with his / her partner, asking and answering simple questions and, where necessary, initiating conversation and responding. The student uses appropriate strategies to complete the task successfully. ( points) Grammar and Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure to communicate clearly. Minor, occasional errors do not impede communication. ( points) Pronunciation: The student s intonation, stress, and articulation of sounds make the message clear and comprehensible. ( points) 3 1 Tom 2 Nicola 3 Sarah 4 Ben Patrick English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 2

11 4 Answer Key B Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation GRAMMAR 1 1 His 2 Its 3 my 4 Our his 2 1 their 2 her 3 Its 4 Emma s your VOCABULARY 3 1 son 2 husband 3 mother 4 daughter children 4 1 A 2 B 3 A 4 A A PRONUNCIATION 1 fa mi ly 2 ex pen sive 3 co lour 4 fa ther com pu ter Reading and Writing READING 1 1 Anna 2 Julia 3 Valeria 4 Tom Rosie 6 Gordon 7 Chloë 2 1 Switzerland Rosie and Valeria 4 Tom Italy 6 Gordon 7 France 8 slow and cheap WRITING Student s own answers. Task completion: The task is fully completed and the answer easy to understand. (4 points) Grammar: The student uses appropriate structures to achieve the task. Minor errors do not obscure the meaning. (3 points) Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of words and phrases to communicate the message clearly. (3 points) 6 1 car 2 brother 3 welcome 4 short girl English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 3

12 4 Answer Key B Listening and Speaking LISTENING 1 1 True 2 True 3 False 4 False False 2 1 B 2 C 3 B 4 B A SPEAKING Interactive communication and oral production: The student communicates effectively with his / her partner, asking and answering simple questions and, where necessary, initiating conversation and responding. The student uses appropriate strategies to complete the task successfully. ( points) Grammar and Vocabulary: The student uses a sufficient range of vocabulary and structure to communicate clearly. Minor, occasional errors do not impede communication. ( points) Pronunciation: The student s intonation, stress, and articulation of sounds make the message clear and comprehensible. ( points) 4 1 Jerry 2 Kate 3 James 4 Anna Jenny English File Photocopiable Oxford University Press 201 4

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