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Ex.12. Complete the sentences.




 

1. This pen is mine. Give _it_ to_ me__.
2. These books are ours. Give______to_____.
3. This football is his. Give______to_____.
4. Its his cat. Give______to_____.
5. Its her umbrella. Give______to _____.
6. These are their tickets. Give______to______.

Ex.13. Write the opposites. Use these words: expensive / stale / old / boring / thin / easy /

old / bad / unhappy / big / beautiful / light / thin / right / soft / strong / short /

uncomfortable / clean / cool / dry / cold / fast.

Example: sweet - sour

 

1. good ___________ 13. comfortable _______________
2. hot ___________ 14. happy _______________
3. young ___________ 15. left _______________
4. weak ___________ 16. ugly _______________
5. dirty ___________ 17. wet _______________
6. heavy ___________ 18. fat _______________
7. cheap ___________ 19. warm _______________
8. fresh ___________ 20. interesting _______________
9. new ___________ 21. hard _______________
10. tall ___________ 22. small _______________
11. difficult ___________ 23. slow _______________
12. thick ___________  

 

Section 2. Reading

Text 1

Ex.1. Read the text.

Paul Evans is a maths teacher. Hes thirty-nine. Hes at school now.His address is 34 KingStreet, Bristol. His wife, Penny, is at work at her office. Shes a bank manager. Her phone number at work is 8309771. They have two children, Mark and Jane. Mark is ten and Jane is seven. They are at school.

 

Ex.2. Write questions for these answers.

 

Example: About Paul

Whats his job? - Hes a teacher.

About Paul

 

1. How__________? - Hes thirty-nine.

2. Where_________? - At school.

3. What____________? - 34 King Street, Bristol.

 

About Penny

1.Where_________? - In her office.

2. ______________? - Shes a bank manager.

3. _______________? - 830 9771.

 

About the children

1. _______________? - Ten and seven.

2. _______________? - At school.

Text 2

Ex.1. Read the text.

Paola is an Italian student of English at a school in London. Read her letter to David, her penfriend.

 

72 Newton Drive

London SW6

3rd October

 

Dear David,

How are you? Im fine. Im in London, at the International School of English. Im in class 3 with eight other students. Theyre all from different countries Spain, France, Japan, Argentina, Switzerland, and Thailand. Our teachers name is Peter Briscall. Hes very nice. Hes funny and hes a very good teacher.

My new address is at the top of the letter. Im with an English family, the Browns. Mr. and Mrs. Brown have three children. Thomas is fourteen, Catherine is twelve, and Andrew is seven. They are all very friendly, but it isnt easy to understand them!

London is very big and interesting. The weather is good cold but sunny and the parks are beautiful! Hyde Park, Green Park, and St James Park are all in the centre. It isnt easy to use the Underground, but I understand it now. Its very expensive!

English food is OK, but the coffee is horrible!

Write to me soon.

Love, Paola

P.S. Is my English OK?

 

Ex.2. Comprehension check. Are the sentences True (T) or False (F)?

Example: Paola is Italian. T

Shes in Rome. F

1. Paolas happy in London. ___________

2. Shes on holiday. ___________

3. Its a very big class. ___________

4. The students in her class are all from Europe. ___________

5. The Underground is cheap. ___________

6. The food in London is horrible. ___________

 

Ex.3. Here are the answers to some questions about Paulas letter. Write the


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