1) b; 2) a; 3) c; 4) b; 5) b.
a) I am a student. My favourite subject is English. In the lesson we speak English, learn word, sing merry English songs. Sometimes we play games.
b) Ann is five. She can’t read and write. But she can draw very well. Ann can draw a horse, a flower and a car. She has a lot of coloured pencils and paints. She has a big rubber to get rid of bad pictures.
c) My name is Ted. I live in London. I go to school. I like Maths. I can count well. I have many friends at school. We play games during the break. I have a good time at school.
In for a penny, in for a pound.
[peɪnts] — paints
[‘ru:lə] — rule
[‘rʌbə] — rubber
[‘dɪkʃənərɪ] — dictionary
[‘ʃα:pnə] — sharpener
In Maths I need a rule, a sharpener, a rubber, a pen, pencil.
In English I need a pen, a pencil, a dictionary.
In Art I need a pen, a pencils, a sharpener, a paints.
1) the first textbook;
2) two exercise-books;
3) seven paints;
4) the third lesson;
5) the second pupil;
6) five pencils.
1) This is my textbook.
2) That is my workbook.
3) Those are my pencils and pens.
4) This is my ruler.
5) These are dictionaries.
6) That is my tape recorder.
1) We often answer our teacher’s questions in the lessons.
2) Sometimes they translate instruction from Russian into English.
3) Did you learn the poem by heart yesterday?
4) My little sister likes to draw on the walls of the room.
5) Don’t talk to your neighbor.
6) Can she speak English well? — Of course, not.
10) discuss (blackboard).
1) b; 2) b; 3) c; 4) b; 5) b.
1) Yesterday my pupils had three lessons.
2) The first lesson was Maths.
3) They counted flowers and played computer games.
4) My pupils had English in the second lesson.
5) They spoke English, copied new words, asked and answered the questions.
6) During the second break they ate bananas and chocolate drank orange juice.
7) During the third lesson my pupils sang a lovely English song and drew pictures.
8) My pupils had a good time at school.
Egg, tomato, juice, meat, chocolate, sugar, fish, porridge, cheese, orange, cake, corn, milk.
1) a glass of water.
2) a cup of coffee.
3) a bottle of milk.
4) a box of chocolate.
5) a bag of orange.
6) a paper bag of sweets.
1) a cup of tea.
2) a box of chocolates.
3) a glass of milk.
4) a paper bag/packet of sweets.
5) a bottle of juice.
6) a piece of cake.
1) There is some juice in the glass.
2) Would you like some orange juice? No, thank you. I don’t want any.
3) Are there any people on the farm? Yes, there are some.
4) They have no bread at home.
5) Can I have any tea?
1) There were some sweet and a box of chocolates on the table.
2) Is there any coffee in the cup? — Yes, there is some.
3) What can I do for you?
4) He had a new suit and new shoes on yesterday.
5) There were mittens and boots under the armchair.
Shop assistant: Hello! Can I help you?
Alice: Do you have oranges and bananas?
Shop assistant: Yes, we do. We have oranges and bananas.
Alice: They are nice. Is there any juice?
Shop assistant: Thank you. Bye-bye.
a) [ŋ] – ng
[k] – ck
[ks] – x
[tʃ] – ch
[t] – ght
[ð] – th
b) [ei] – raincoat
[u] – coat
[u:] – boot
[ai] – bright
[aʊ] – brown
[з:] – skirt
2 – 1 – 4 – 3 – 6 – 5 – 7.
1) What can I do for you?
2) Do you have warm mittens?
3) Of course. We have got white and blue scarf’s.
4) How much does it cost?
1) What do you usually have on?
2) Do you have any umbrellas?
3) When did you buy this nice raincoat?
4) Do you have any skirts?
They drew on yesterday. They ate. They puzzled. They played hide-and-seek.
a) Clothes make the man.
b) 2) Одежда красит человека.
1) coat; 2) shoes; 3) shirt; 4) shorts; 5) umbrella; 6) mittens.
A girl: coat, shoes, shirt, skirt, dress.
A boy: shorts, coat, shoes.
1) The black trousers are bigger than the jeans.
2) This raincoat is smaller than the red coat.
3) Bill’s suit is the best.
4) I think these boots are the oldest.
5) My scarf is longer than your scarf.
1) The pupils go to school every day.
2) Jim got up at 6 am yesterday.
3) My brother was at home yesterday evening.
4) She will clean the room tomorrow.
5) Jill makes her bed every morning.
6. Baby Elephant was six. He lived with his mother and father in African. He didn’t go to school. He couldn’t read and write. But he could draw very well.
He liked to draw scarves and hats. He had a lot of friends. They played and sang together.
1) a; 2) b; 3) c; 4) b; 5) c; 6) b.
cleaned, fed, watered, went, cooked, laid made, did.
2) it’s eleven o’clock.
3) It’s quarter past nine.
4) It’s twenty to one.
5) It’s ten to six.
6) It’s half past four.
1) Yesterday she went to bed early.
2) Ann lays the table in the morning.
3) Did you go shopping yesterday?
4) Will you help your grandma?
5) Mag didn’t play computer games.
6) There was a box on the table.
1) in; 2) under; 3) on; 4) next to; 5) behind.
Hello, Jill! – Hi, Alex!
Good morning! – Good morning!
Help yourself! – Thank you!
Would you like some sweets? – Yes, please.
Thank you! – You are welcome.
Goodbye! – Bye!
1) Thank you.
2) Good morning; Help yourself; You are welcome.
1) woman; 2) son; 3) grandfather; 4) daughter.
a) 1) polite; 2) thanks; 3) please.
b) Always be polite and sweet
At your home, in the street,
Remember please, goodbye and thanks.
And you will have a lot of friends.
[z] – his; [ɔ:] – your; [ð] – their; [ai] – my; [aʊə] – our.
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1. It’s half past seven.
2. It’s a quarter past eight.
3. It’s twenty to ten.
4. It’s ten past three.
5. It’s five o’clock.
Helen: Hello! This is Helen speaking. Can I talk to Mag, please!
Mag’s mother: I’m sorry, Helen. She isn’t in. She is in the park.
Helen: May I phone her later?
Mag’s mother: Of course, you may. She’ll be at home at 6 pm.
Helen: Thank you.
Mag’s mother: Bye.
Come – came; run – ran; see – saw; catch – caught; say – said; begin – began; go – went.
1) What did Alex yesterday?
2) When will Simon water the flowers?
3) Did Mag take photos of her family last year?
4) Why does Miss Chatter go to the country?
5) Who likes sweets and bananas?