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Contents
Unit 1
5
Unit 2
8
Unit 3
11
Unit 4
14
Unit 5
17
Unit 6
19
Unit 7
22
Unit 8
25
Unit 9
28
Unit 10
31
Unit 11
33
Unit 12
36
Unit 13
39
Contents
Unit 14
42
Unit 15
45
Unit 16
47
Unit 17
50
Unit 18
53
Unit 19
56
Unit 20
59
Unit 21
61
Unit 22
64
Unit 23
67
Unit 24
70
Unit 25
73
Extra activities
75
More Practice on Handwriting
81
Unit 1
1 Read and complete
flat address
family move
school
number
phone
email
1 Hussam and Ruba know Salah because they are all at the same
school .
2 Now, Salah lives in a house but he’s going to live in a
.
3 ‘What’s your
Anas?’ ‘It’s 22 New Bank Road, Damascus.’
to a new flat near his school.
4 My friend is going to
of your friend’s new flat?
5 What’s the
to Salah every week.
6 Hussam is going to write an
: me, Mum and Dad.
7 There are three people in my
in the living room.
8 Quick, Hussam! Run! I can hear the
2 Read, match and write
1 Next November, Maya and her
family are going to move from
Damascus to Homs.
2 They are moving because
3 Maya’s mum and dad are going to
buy
4 They are going to live near
5 Maya is going to go
6 She is going to keep in touch with
a her friends by phone and
by letter.
b a nice new flat in Homs.
c are going to move from
Damascus to Homs.
d her dad’s brother and his
family.
e to a new primary school
in Homs.
f Maya’s dad is starting a
new job.
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Unit 1
3 Read and write
My family name is Mansour.
It’s Salah.
1 What’s your first name?
2
It’s Salah.
Aleppo Boys School.
M-a-n-s-o-u-r.
3
4
It’s Flat 12, Homs
Street, Aleppo.
It’s 285793.
5
6
4 Look and write
Monday morning
1 Salah is going to ride a
bike on Monday morning.
Tuesday afternoon
2
Wednesday evening
3
6
Thursday afternoon
4
Unit 1
Shaza
5 Look and write using is going to
Samer
Tala
Munzer
Randa
1 Tala is going to read an adventure
story.
2 Munzer is hungry and
a sandwich.
to her CD of
3 Shaza
Arabic music.
4 Samer wants to speak to his friend and
a photo of the children.
5 Randa
.
6 Study skills: Order the letters, read, say and write
Pupil A
1 d-a-h-a-m
2 a-i-l-m-e
3 s-d-a-r-e-d-s
4 l-p-a-o-e-p
5 y-a-m-s-a
6 r-t-e-b-o-c-o
Pupil B
1 a-n-l-b-u
2 n-h-o-e-p
3 h-o-t-c-u
4 u-t-o-t-r-a-s
5 a-n-h-u-m-d-a
6 v-m-e-o-n-b-e-r
Pupil A
1 Hamad
4
2
5
3
6
Pupil B
1
4
2
5
3
6
7
Unit 2
1 Read and complete
Don’t Cut Wash Don’t Put Don’t
1
Don’t
talk when your teacher is talking.
your hands before you eat food.
2
rubbish in the bin. Don’t drop litter.
3
carefully along the lines, and then glue the picture.
4
eat in the classroom.
5
cross the road now.
6 Look, there’s a car.
It’s dangerous.
2 Look and write
Make sentences using should or shouldn’t.
✓
✓
1 You should go to
2
the doctor.
✗
✗
3
8
4
Unit 2
3 Look, read and complete
Next After cut Don’t First
house need
pencil put
1 You (a)
need
white paper and a (b)
Finally
glue
some black paper, some
.
, draw three stars and the moon
2 (c)
on the white paper.
, draw a (e)
3 (d)
trees and some mountains.
4 Then, (f)
(g)
, two
carefully along the lines.
cut very quickly.
5 (h)
that, (i)
the
mountains, stars, moon, house and trees on the
black paper.
6 (j)
(k)
, make a nice picture and
everything to the black paper.
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Unit 2
4 Look and write
1
paper
2
3
4
5
6
5 Check your work: Read and write
• We use capital letters:
to start a sentence
for names
for towns and cities
for days of the week and months
I ride my bike every day.
Hussam; Ruba
Aleppo; Homs
Monday; August
• We use full stops:
to finish a sentence
I live in Damascus. / I help
my mum.
1 you should do your homework
You should do your homework.
2 be careful, hussam
3 don’t be untidy, ruba
4 we live in a flat in damascus
5 we start school in september
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Unit 3
1 Look, read and complete
1 Today, Salah’s mother (buy)
is buying
from a small shop. She usually (buy)
fruit
buys
fruit from the market.
2 Salah usually (play)
weekend. This weekend, he (fly)
a kite.
football at the
3 Salah’s father usually (go)
his car but today he (go)
taxi.
to work in
to work by
4 Kareem usually (watch)
weekend, but today he (read)
on the beach.
TV at the
a book
5 This weekend, Ruba (camp)
sea. She usually (go)
the weekend.
by the
to the library at
6 Today, Hussam (fish)
afternoon, he usually (visit)
grandparents.
. On Tuesday
his
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Unit 3
2 Read and circle
Hussam, Ruba and their mum and dad usually (a) are staying / stay
at home at the weekend but today they (b) are visiting / visit Uncle Ali
and Aunt Deema.
Hussam and Ruba’s
mum (c) isn’t cooking /
doesn’t cook today. She
(d) is talking / talks to Aunt
Deema in the kitchen.
Hussam’s father (e) is
liking / likes watching
television but he (f) isn’t
watching / doesn’t watch
TV today. He (g) is drinking / drinks coffee with his brother. They
(h) are talking / talk about the weather. Hussam and Ruba (i) aren’t
doing / don’t do their homework at the moment. Ruba (j) is listening /
listens to music. Hussam (k) is reading / reads a story.
3 Read and complete
aren’t
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doesn’t
aren’t
don’t
isn’t
1 It’s raining! We aren’t going to the beach.
like tennis.
2 Salah likes football. He
using the
3 Hussam and Ruba are watching TV. They
computer.
4 Hussam and Ruba’s mother is visiting a friend. She
shopping.
5 Saleh and Kareem usually stay at home at the weekend.
usually go to the beach.
They
Unit 3
4 Project: Write about your town or city
• What is the name of your town or city?
• Where is it? Is it in the north, south, east or west of Syria?
• Is it an old or a new town or city?
• What can you do there? What can you visit?
• Can you buy anything special in the shops?
• Are there any delicious dishes you can eat in the restaurants?
• Where can you go to relax? Is there a nice park?
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Unit 4
1 Read and tick (✓) or cross (✗)
1 Wafaa was walking to the
shops when she dropped
her books. ✗
2 Tarik found a coin when
he was looking for his
glasses.
3 When Waleed was flying
4 Laila was eating a sandwich
his kite at the beach, he saw
when her father came home
an eagle in the sky.
from work.
2 Read and circle
Randa was going to the shops when she was seeing / saw Maya.
When Lama was watching / watched television, her aunt arrived.
Hussam was riding his bike when it was starting / started to rain.
When Lamees was eating lunch, she was dropping / dropped her
cake.
5 Maher was walking / walked to work when he found some money.
6 When Munzer’s mother was cooking / cooked lunch, she cut her
hand.
1
2
3
4
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Unit 4
3 Look and write
1 She was doing her homework when
her grandparents arrived.
2
3
4
5
6
4 Read and answer
1 Who were you sitting with at breakfast time?
2 Who were you talking to before class started today?
3 What clothes were you wearing yesterday afternoon?
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Unit 4
5 Read and correct
El Kowm
El Kowm is a very interesting place. It is a town in the desert in Syria.
Now El Kowm is in the desert, but a long time ago there was grass there. It
is between two mountains. It is 240 kilometres north east from Damascus.
Scientists are working in El Kowm because it is very old. They think that
people lived in El Kowm thousands of years ago. There was water in
El Kowm, so people wanted to live there. Scientists think there were
many animals in El Kowm.
El Kowm isn’t a city
in Syria. It’s a town.
1 El Kowm is a city in Syria.
2
3
4
5
There is grass now in El Kowm.
El Kowm is between three mountains.
El Kowm is 100 kilometres from Damascus.
People wanted to live in El Kowm because
there were many animals.
6 Spelling: Read and complete
Add –ing
No ‘e’ and add -ing
playing
camping
reading
having
taking
coming
Add another letter
and -ing
swimming
sitting
shopping
What were they doing yesterday morning?
football.
1 Salah was (play) playing
2 Kareem was (swim)
in the sea.
3 Salah’s father was (read)
the newspaper.
4 Salah’s mother was (take)
his Grandmother to the
doctor.
5 Ruba and her mother were (shop)
in the market.
6 Hussam and his father were (sit)
under a tree in the
garden.
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Unit 5
Revision 1
1 Read and match
d
1
2
3
4
5
6
What do I do next?
What do you usually do after school?
Where are you going to live in Damascus?
What were you doing when you found the ring?
How are you going to keep in touch with your friends?
Should I draw a line first?
a
b
c
d
e
f
I usually play football but today I’m fishing with my uncle.
I was camping at the beach with my family when I found it.
I’m going to email them on Wednesday after school.
Next, you fold the paper and then glue it.
I’m going to live in a big flat near to my new school.
Yes, make it quite short. After that, glue the paper.
2 Look and complete
3
4
3
m
5
4 m
n
6
2
7 p
2
5
First
then
finally
r
8 s
1
6
1 t
8
7
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Unit 5
Revision 1
3 Listen and write
4 Read and write
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What is he going to do
after school?
What was she doing when
she found the purse?
1
2
What should she do now?
What do you usually do after
school?
3
4
Unit 6
1 Look, read, tick (✓) or cross (✗) and write
1
2
3
4
5
6
I’ve tidied my bedroom.
I’ve finished my homework.
I’ve watered the plants.
I’ve closed my bedroom window.
I’ve finished the email to my cousin.
I’ve prepared a sandwich.
✓
1 I haven’t finished my homework.
2
3
4
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Unit 6
2 Look and write
1 I’ve cooked some biscuits.
✓
✓
2
✓
3
✗
4
✗
5
✗
6
3 Read, ask, answer and write
Yes, I have.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Have you visited a friend today? Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
Have you tidied your bedroom today?
Have you finished your homework today?
Have you phoned or emailed a friend today?
Have you watched a programme on television today?
Have you helped your mum today?
Have you visited a
friend today?
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No, I haven’t.
No, I haven’t.
Unit 6
4 Read and answer
Dear Maysa,
I have had a very busy day. I’ve tidied my bedroom. It was untidy! I’ve finished my
homework. I had English and Science homework. English is my favourite subject
at school. I’ve helped my mum. My mum wanted to make lunch for my aunt and
uncle. We ate chicken and rice. It was very nice. I’ve talked to my friend on the
telephone, too. We will play volleyball together tomorrow. I haven’t visited my
grandparents. I’m going to see them tomorrow morning. I haven’t watched
television. I’m going to watch a film this evening.
Yes, I have.
See you soon,
Maya
1
2
3
4
Have you tidied
your bedroom?
Have you tidied your bedroom?
Have you watched a film?
Have you helped your mum?
Have you visited your grandparents?
Yes, I have.
5 Spelling: Read and write
Add a second No y and
letter and -ed
add -ied
cook cooked phone phoned shop shopped tidy tidied
talk
talked close closed chop chopped dry dried
email emailed arrive arrived
1 I’ve (close) closed the window.
my room.
2 I’ve (tidy)
Hussam this week?
3 Have you (email)
Hussam today.
4 I haven’t (phone)
the vegetables.
5 I haven’t (chop)
Add –ed
Add -d
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Unit 7
1 Write
aubergines ice cream bananas biscuits bread cheese
chick peas sweets cucumbers eggs chocolate apples
meat nuts olives oranges pears cakes salad
Healthy food
aubergines
Unhealthy food
ice cream
2 Read and circle the correct sentence
1 Sorry. I can’t play football today. I’ve got a lot of homework. / I
haven’t got enough homework.
2 I’m very thirsty. I’m happy because there is a lot of water. / There
isn’t enough water.
3 Sorry. We can’t make fruit salad. We have got enough fruit. / We
haven’t got enough fruit.
4 We can paint some great pictures. We’ve got a lot of paper. / We
haven’t got enough paper.
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Unit 7
3 Look and write using enough
1 There aren’t enough cakes.
2
3
4
5
6
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Unit 7
4 Project: Ask, answer and write
Do you eat healthily?
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Do you eat a lot of burgers?
Do you eat a lot of fruit?
Do you eat a lot of fat or sugar?
Do you eat a lot of biscuits and sweets?
Do you eat lots of different kinds of food?
Do you eat enough meat and fish?
Do you eat enough fresh vegetables?
Do you eat a lot of pizzas?
Unit 8
1 Read and tick (✓) or cross (✗)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
You shouldn’t eat too many crisps.
You shouldn’t eat too much chocolate.
Too much sugar is healthy.
Too many sweets are healthy.
Too many cakes are bad for us.
Too much bread is healthy.
Too much salt is healthy.
Too much ice cream is bad for us.
✓
2 Read and order
Too many
Too much
crisps
chocolate
3 Read and write
too much
too many
1 Don’t eat too much cheese, Hussam. It’s got a lot of fat in it.
sandwiches for lunch and now he feels
2 Saleh ate
ill.
television programmes.
3 Ruba shouldn’t watch
books in it.
4 Saleh can’t close his bag. He’s got
5 Hussam and Ruba haven’t switched on their computer. They’ve got
homework to do.
sweets. She’s got a stomach ache now.
6 Ruba ate
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Unit 8
4 Look, read and write
1 He can’t finish his meal because there was too much food.
2 He can’t get on the bus because there were
3 She can’t close her suitcase because there are
4 He’s not going to eat any cakes because there is
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in them. He wants to be healthy.
Unit 8
5 Study skills: Read and write
We can write and learn words in different ways.
a You can order words from A to Z:
plums
bananas
apples
cheese
1 apples
2
3
4
5
6
fish
lemon
b You can find the opposites of words:
small
1 big
3 open
2 long
4 happy
c You can remember words in groups:
pen
school
aubergine
vegetables
d You can draw pictures of words:
1 packet of crisps
3 burger
2 purse
4 ring
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Unit 9
1 Read and match
1 Have you ever
a No, I haven’t, but I have
been to Damascus?
seen pictures of them in
books. They’re very tall!
2 Have you ever
eaten cucumbers?
3 Have you ever
seen a giraffe?
4 Have you ever
been to a concert?
b Yes, I have. I like classical
music very much.
c Yes, I have. It’s a very
beautiful city.
d Yes, I have. They’re very
nice. I eat them with salads.
2 Write and answer
eaten
Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
1 Have you ever (eat)
2 Have you ever (see)
an eagle?
3 Have you ever (be)
to Aleppo?
4 Have you ever (play)
5 Have you ever (live)
6 Have you ever (watch)
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a burger?
a computer game?
in another town or city?
a detective film?
Unit 9
3 Make statements using words from the list.You
can add other words
(ride) a horse
(ride) a bike
(play) the violin
(play) chess
(make) a paper model
(see) a lizard
(be) on a plane
(stay) in a tent
(eat) a pizza
I haven’t ridden a horse, I have ridden a camel.
4 Look, write, ask and answer
1
2
Have you ever made a kite?
Yes, I have.
3
4
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Unit 9
5 Write
What interesting things have you seen? What would you like to see?
6 Check your work: Read and write
We use question marks to write questions:
Have you got any cheese?
Do you live in Homs?
What did you do on Tuesday?
Write a question mark for a question.
Write a full stop if it isn’t a question.
Use capital letters.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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has saleh got any chocolate
omar moved to damascus in may
is ali walking in the garden
are we going to go to aleppo
on tuesday
what are you going to do in august
where is the bookshop, lubna
how many cars can you see
randa lives in a flat
Has Saleh got any chocolate?
Unit 10
Revision 2
1 Read and order
apples plums healthy oranges onions garlic
biscuits sweets aubergines tired fit burgers
Fruit
Vegetables
Unhealthy food Adjectives
apples
2 Look and write
Lubna’s busy day
1 Today, Lubna has
2 She
3
5
6
been to the market.
4
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Unit 10
Revision 2
3 Listen and write
4 Read and match
1 Have you emailed anyone
this week?
2 Have we got enough fruit to
make a fruit salad?
3 What kinds of food are very
healthy?
4 Can I have pizza and crisps
for lunch, Mum?
5 Why didn’t you go to the
cinema yesterday?
6 Have you ever been to
another country?
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a Fresh fruit and vegetables are
always healthy things to eat.
b No, I haven’t but I would like
to go.
c Sorry. No, you can’t. They’ve
got too much fat and salt in
them.
d Yes, there are lots of apples
and bananas in the fridge.
e No I haven’t, but I’m going to
email my cousin this evening.
f I didn’t have enough money.
Unit 11
1 Look, read and match
1 I want to ride my bike,
but it’s too hot at the moment.
2 I want to play there,
but I’m too small.
a
b
3 It’s too cold to swim now.
Let’s swim tomorrow.
c
4 I’m too big to wear this jacket now.
Let’s go shopping tomorrow.
d
2 Read and match
1 Lubna can’t finish her homework.
2 Khaled can’t hear his mother
on the street.
3 Hadeel can’t wear these shoes.
4 Adnan doesn’t want this shirt.
5 Hind can’t eat the soup.
a It’s too hot at the moment.
b They are too small.
c It’s too difficult.
d The cars are too noisy.
e It’s too big.
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Unit 11
3 Look and write
1 These trousers are too long.
2
3
4
I want to go out
for a walk.
5
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6
Unit 11
4 Spelling: Read and complete
1
2
3
4
5
6
‘Meet me (hear / here)
here
’, Hussam’s mother said.
’ bag?, Ruba asked her friend.
‘Where’s (your / you’re)
the email.
Ruba didn’t have time to (right / write)
and vegetables for dinner.
Saleh likes (meat / meet)
heavy for Roula to carry.
The boxes were (to / too)
‘Let’s go to the cinema. I’ll see you (their / there / they’re)
at six’, Adnan said.
5 Look and write
1
3
horse
2
4
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Unit 12
1 Look, read and tick (✓) or cross (✗)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Fatima is taller than Saleem.
Khaled is the tallest.
Lubna is the same size as Fatima.
Roula and Lubna are the same age.
Saleem is younger than Khaled.
Roula is the youngest.
Fatima is as tall as Khaled.
Roula is as young as Saleem.
✓
2 Read, match and write
bad
1 big
2 old
3 fast
4 tall
5 same
6 good
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different
small
short
slow
small
young
Unit 12
3 Look and write
(Saleh/old/Hussam)
1 Saleh is not as old as Hussam.
(Hussam’s bag/heavy/Ruba’s)
2
(Hiba/happy/Sawsan)
3
(Omar/tall/Ali)
4
(Lama’s camera/modern/Lubna)
5
(Maher/strong/Firass)
6
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Unit 12
4 Project: Write about two cities in Syria
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Unit 13
1 Write
1 fifth floor
2
3
4
5
6
2 Read, complete and match
books café children’s course Excuse juice floor
ground lift looking thirsty adventure
floor
are the toys on?
Which
Can we look at the
in the book department?
Can I have a drink, Mum? I’m
.
Can we take the
?
It’s a long climb to the fifth floor.
5 Please can we look at the
clothes
on the third floor?
6
me, can I help? Are you looking for something?
1
2
3
4
a Of
we can take the lift.
floor.
b Clothes aren’t on the third floor. They’re on the
c They’re on the third floor, near the
d Yes, please. I’m
c
.
for the furniture department.
?
e Yes, of course. Would you like some orange
f Yes, you can. You can buy another
story.
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Unit 13
Yes, of course.
It’s very healthy.
3 Look and write
Certainly. We can
buy a drink here.
1 Can I have a drink, please?
2
No, I’m afraid
you can’t. It’s too
noisy outside.
Yes, of course.
3
4
4 Ask and answer
Ground Floor Supermarket
Second Floor Books
Toys
Third Floor
1 Excuse me. Where can I buy a book?
In the book department on the second floor.
2
3
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Unit 13
5 Check your work: Read and write
We use apostrophes:
for times with o’clock.
when we remove a letter.
when something belongs to
a person.
1
2
3
4
5
Salah arrived at five o’clock.
It’s a hot day today. / Don’t
eat in class.
That’s Ruba’s picture.
Its a nice day today.
It’s a nice day today.
Wheres Salahs computer?
We will arrive at six oclock.
Dont eat Adnans sandwiches.
You cant find childrens clothes here.
6 Read and punctuate
These are
question marks.
Write capital letters
and full stops in the
sentences.
Examples
Are these crisps healthy?
Where is Ahmed? Is he in the dining
room?
1
2
3
4
5
6
has mum got her keys
Has Mum got her keys?
aunt deema visited homs in december
is hussam eating a banana
excuse me where can i buy shoes
which of these foods is unhealthy
nisrin isn’t here is she at home
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Unit 14
1 Read, look and circle
1 Let’s buy a cotton shirt.
a
b
2 How about a new mobile phone?
a
b
3 What about some beautiful shells?
a
b
4 Let’s buy a leather handbag.
a
b
5 How about a big umbrella?
a
b
2 Read and complete
about
1 What
2
3 What
4
5
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how
about
let’s
why
a new leather football?
don’t we buy her a new watch?
a beautiful box?
buy a new cotton skirt.
about a nice vase?
Unit 14
3 Look and write
1
2
3
5
6
a cotton skirt
4
4 Choose and write
1 You want to buy a present for your brother.
He’s eight years old.
Let’s buy
2 You want to buy a present for your sister.
She’s sixteen years old.
3 You want to buy a present for your father.
4 You want to buy a present for your mother.
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Unit 14
5 Ask, answer and write
1 How often do you go shopping? Where do you go to buy things?
2 What was the last thing you bought?
3 How often do you buy presents?
4 What was the last present you bought? Who was it for?
5 Who do you go shopping with?
6 Do you like shopping in markets?
7 Where is the best shop in your town to buy presents?
8 Do you enjoy shopping?
(Roula) goes shopping with her mum every week. She
6 Study skills: Read and order
horse new run apple arrive brown heavy pizza
play school sell sharp wash wild window
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Nouns
Adjectives
Verbs
horse
new
run
Unit 15
Revision 3
1 Read and circle
1 ‘I can’t drink this tea,’ Lubna said. ‘It’s hotter / too hot’.
2 Hani and Hamad are the same size, so Hani is as tall as / taller than
Hamad.
3 Hussam’s house is more traditional / too traditional than Ahmad’s
house.
4 ‘It’s wetter / too wet to go to the beach today,’ Saleh’s mum said.
5 Rana can run very fast. She’s fitter / too fit than her brother Anas.
2 Read and answer
1
3
2
I’m thirsty. Can I
have a drink please?
5
4
Are you shorter than
your brother?
a
b
c
d
e
f
Which box do you
prefer?
Excuse me. Where is
the toy department?
How do they protect
themselves?
6
Can I close the
window, please?
It’s on the first floor near the books.
No, I’m taller. He isn’t as tall as me.
Yes, of course. It’s cold at the moment.
Yes, of course. We’ll buy a glass of juice.
Their shells are too hard for other animals to bite through.
I like that nice wooden one with the traditional pattern.
1
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Unit 15
Revision 3
3 Listen and write
4 Look and write
7
1
10
2
1
2 C
L
3
P
4
S
5
P
6 T
3
7
8
H
9
10
4
I
F
5
9
6
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Unit 16
1 Look and write
Things to do today
1 tidy my bedroom ✓
1 I’ve tidied my bedroom.
2 water the plants ✗
2 I haven’t watered the plants yet.
3 help Mum ✓
3
4 go to the market ✗
4
5 finish my homework ✓
5
6 go to the library ✓
6
7 visit Grandma ✗
7
8 make some biscuits ✓
8
2 Read and match
1 My hands are dirty.
2
3
4
5
There aren’t any apples.
The television is on.
I’m hungry.
My hair is untidy.
a I haven’t been to the market
yet.
b I haven’t eaten my lunch yet.
c I haven’t brushed it yet.
d I haven’t washed them yet.
e The detective film hasn’t
finished yet.
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Unit 16
3 Look and write
1 He hasn’t done his
2
homework yet.
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3
4
5
6
Unit 16
4 Look and write
Things to do
Paint the walls.
✓
Buy a new door.
Fix the roof.
Build a garden wall.
Change the windows. ✓
1 Omar has painted the walls.
2 Omar hasn’t bought a new door yet.
3
4
5
5 Spelling: Read and complete
Add ‘d’
Add ‘ed’
Different words
live
finish
have
close
cook
bring
prepare
paint
be
1 I’ve (live) lived
in Aleppo since I was two years old.
2 What have you (bring)
into class today, Saleh?
3 Have you (be)
to Damascus? It is a very old and
interesting city.
4 I’ve (close)
the window. It was very cold.
5 She has (paint)
a picture of the countryside near her
town. There are many rivers and hills.
6 Have you (finish)
your homework yet?
7 How long have you (have)
your camera?
8 Mum has (prepare)
me a sandwich. Let’s go to the park.
lunch. Let’s eat now.
9 I have (cook)
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Unit 17
1 Look and write
Before I go to school,
1
2
I have to pack my school bag.
3
4
5
6
2 Read and write
has to
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have to
doesn’t have to
don’t have to
have to
finish your
1 Don’t switch the television on now. You
homework first.
2 Omar
get up very early. He starts work at
seven o’clock.
3 At the weekend, we
sleep very early.
4 Roula and Maya
dry the dishes after dinner
every day.
5 Randa
tidy her room today. She tidied it
yesterday afternoon.
Unit 17
3 Look and write
two teams/game/volleyball
1 You have to have two teams
a net/volleyball
2
for a game of volleyball.
five players/game/volleyball
a hat/game/volleyball
4
3
ball/net/volleyball
5
hands/move ball/volleyball
6
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Unit 17
4 Read and write the sport
1 I like playing
very much. You have to use a racket for
this sport. You have to play with one other person. You have to hit
the ball over the net. You have to score points. You have to play
this sport outside. You have to be very fit to play this sport because
you have to run a lot.
is a very fun sport. You have to play this sport inside.
2
You have to play this sport with one other person. You have to play
this sport on a table. You have to hit a small ball over a net on the
table. The ball always has to hit the table. Many good players hit
the ball very hard and very fast. You don’t have to be very fit to play
this sport.
5 Project: Sports and activities
Name:
What is your
favourite sport
or activity?
How often do
you play it?
What do you
have to do in
your sport?
Write about your friends
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Name:
Name:
Unit 18
1 Read and complete
camera since uncle gave
book long had for
Omar: That’s a nice
camera , Ali.
(1)
Ali:
Thanks. My parents
(2)
it to me.
Omar: So, how (3)
have you had it?
Ali:
I’ve had it (4)
three months. My parents
bought it in April.
Ali:
Ali:
That’s an interesting
, too.
(5)
Omar: Yes, it is. My
(6)
gave it
to me.
How long have you
(7)
the book,
Omar?
Omar: I’ve had it (8)
I was ten years old.
I like it very much.
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Unit 18
2 Read and write
for
since
1 Randa has lived in Homs since she was six years old.
four
2 ‘My parents gave me this bike in March. I’ve had it
months.’
3 I started writing emails when I was a small child. I’ve used this
2007.
computer
4 Omar came to this school from a school in Tartous last year. He has
a year.
been here
I was nine years old.
5 I’ve had this book of photographs
It’s very interesting.
six months. I wear them to school.
6 I’ve had these shoes
3 Look, write, ask and answer
1
2
3
4
5
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How long have you had your school bag?
I’ve had my school bag for three months.
Unit 18
4 Write
What special things do you have? How long have you had them? Who
gave them to you? Why are they special?
5 Study skills: Read and write
verb noun adjective
1 You have to a) cook the vegetables in b) water
b) noun
a) verb
2 Don’t drink that cup of a) tea. It isn’t very b) hot.
b)
a)
3 You shouldn’t a) ride your bike on the b) grass.
b)
a)
4 He’s going to see his friend’s a) new b) house.
b)
a)
5 You have to be a) careful when you b) cross the road.
b)
a)
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Unit 19
1 Look, read and match
a
Anas and his mother
went to the toy shop...
Lubna went to the
baker’s…
Randa and her mother
went to the bookshop...
a to buy an adventure
story.
b to buy a toy train.
c to buy some bread.
2 Read and finish the sentence
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
I’m going to the butcher’s to buy some meat.
We’re going to the beach
We went to a restaurant yesterday
She went to the book fair
They went to the zoo
Roula and Maya went to the cinema
Omar and Ali went to the swimming pool
8 Ruba’s mother is going to the post office
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Unit 19
3 Look and write
1 We go to a butcher’s
to buy meat.
2
3
4
5
6
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Unit 19
4 Write
Where do you usually go on holiday? Where do you stay? Do you stay in a
hotel? What do you like to do on holiday? Do you go to the beach? Do you
visit museums?
5 Check your work: Read and write
We use commas:
when we ask someone a question.
when we write lots of things together.
Roula, where is your book?
He has been to Homs,
Damascus, Aleppo and Hama.
1 Ruba have you changed your shoes?
Ruba, have you changed your shoes?
2 Hussam where is my camera and my book?
3 He ate an apple an orange a banana and a pear.
4 Has Lubna visited Damascus Aleppo Tartous and Latakia?
5 Khaled have you finished your homework yet?
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Unit 20
Revision 4
1 Read and match
1 Have you finished
your homework yet?
2 What do you have to
do before you go to bed?
3 How long have you
had your camera?
4 Why are you going
to the newsagent?
5 How long have you
lived in Aleppo?
a I’ve had it for five years. It was
a present from Mum and Dad.
b I’ve lived there since I was
three years old.
c Yes, I have. It was Maths. I’m
going to play football now.
d I’m going there to buy a
newspaper.
e I have to clean my teeth and
wash my face.
2 Read and answer
1 What do you have to do at home?
2 What don’t you have to do at home?
3 How long have you lived in your town or city?
4 Where does your mother go to buy food? What does she usually buy?
5 How long have you had your shoes?
6 Where do you go in your town or city to buy presents?
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Unit 20
Revision 4
3 Listen and write
4 Read and write
?,.’A
ruba and hussam live in damascus they live in a flat hussam likes
playing chess what does ruba like doing ruba likes reading she goes
to the library once a week ruba and hussams friend salah moved to
aleppo salah has lived in aleppo for six months he has visited the
citadel the museum and the countryside near the city
Ruba and Hussam live in Damascus.
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Unit 21
1 Look and tick (✓) or cross (✗)
1 We will eat lunch at 2 o’clock
today.
2 We won’t go to the theatre
tomorrow.
3 It might be hot today.
4 My mother will go to the
baker’s this afternoon.
5 We might go to the book fair
tomorrow.
6 I will need my jacket
tomorrow.
7 He might be ill tomorrow.
8 I won’t feel tired in the
morning.
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Unit 21
2 Read and circle
Hassan: Why don’t we go to the beach this morning, Maher?
We can play beach volleyball.
Maher: Good idea. But the weather will be windy today. I think it will be
sunny tomorrow.
Hassan: No, sorry, I can’t tomorrow. I have to visit my grandmother.
Maher: What about Tuesday? Can you play then?
Hassan: Yes, Tuesday is fine. Let’s play football on Tuesday afternoon.
Maher: Great. I’ll meet you at the park at three o’clock.
1 Hassan and Maher will / might / won’t go to the beach this
afternoon.
2 The weather will / might / won’t be sunny tomorrow.
3 Hassan will / might / won’t visit his aunt and uncle on Monday
after school.
4 Maher and Hassan will / might / won’t play football on Monday.
5 Hassan and Maher will / might / won’t play football on Tuesday.
3 Look and write
What will Shaza do tomorrow? What might she do? What won’t she
do?
✓
do my homework / tidy my bedroom / play basketball with Randa
?
go to the market / buy a skirt / go to the library
✗
go to the beach / have a meal in a restaurant / go for a walk
Shaza will do her homework tomorrow. She might go to the market.
She won’t go to the beach.
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Unit 21
4 Project: Write about a visit
Which places are you going to visit? What will you need to take? How
will you get there? Will it be sunny, windy or cloudy? What will you
see? What might you see? What won’t you see?
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Unit 22
1 Read and match
What did these people do at work yesterday?
1 I’m a park ranger.
a
2 I’m a fireman.
b
3 I’m an artist.
c
4 I’m a teacher.
d
5 I’m a dentist.
e
6 I’m a nurse.
f
I had to help people to look after
their teeth.
I had to paint a picture of the
countryside.
I had to save two children from
a fire.
I had to help the doctors in the
hospital.
I had to look after the birds
and animals in the park.
I had to talk about maths and
science with young children.
2 Read and write
had to
has to
have to
1 I
have to
go to the dentist after school today.
do a lot of homework last Monday.
2 Omar
leave the house early to
3 Hussam’s father doesn’t
go to work.
tidy their rooms every week.
4 Khaled and Amer
finish her homework before she goes to
5 Hadeel
the park.
visit my
6 I couldn’t go to the cinema yesterday. I
grandparents.
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Unit 22
3 Look and write
What are their jobs? What did they have to do yesterday?
1 He’s a tailor. Yesterday,
2
he had to make a shirt.
3
4
4 Read and answer
1 What did you have to do yesterday at home?
2 What did you have to do yesterday at school?
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Unit 22
5 Study skills: Read and order the paragraphs
In the afternoon, Firass had to go to the market with his mother. They
bought some meat and aubergines for dinner.
1
Firass had a busy day yesterday. In the morning, he went to the park
and played a game of tennis with his friend, Khaled.
After dinner, Firass and his family went to the cinema. They saw a film
about wild animals.
6 Read, copy and write in paragraphs
Salwa Al Nouri is twenty-five. She works for children’s television. She
has been a presenter for three years. Salwa likes her job. She stands
in front of the camera and tells children about science. Last year,
Salwa went to a nature reserve. She made a programme about a rare
bird.
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Unit 23
1 Read and match
What do these children like best?
1
‘I like tennis. I’m good at playing tennis. But I prefer
volleyball. It’s fun playing a sport with my friends.’ e
2
‘I think computer games are fun but I prefer playing
football. I play football every day in the park.’
3
‘I love playing the guitar. I play the guitar every day
after school. But I prefer playing the violin. I play the
violin in a group.’
4
‘I think adventure stories are fun. They are exciting.
But I prefer history books. I love reading about the
history of Syria.’
5
‘I prefer nature programmes. They are really
interesting. I like films but I prefer nature
programmes.’
6
‘I love table tennis. It’s fun. But I prefer badminton.
I play badminton with my friend every weekend.’
a tennis
d football
g adventure stories
j computer games
b
e
h
k
playing the violin
volleyball
playing the guitar
history books
c films
f table tennis
i badminton
l nature programmes
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Unit 23
2 Look and write
1
✓
2
✓
3
✓
4
5
I like pizzas, but I prefer fruit.
✓
✓
3 Write
What do you like? What do you prefer?
Think about foods, sports, school subjects, hobbies….
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Unit 23
4 Read and answer
Wissam
Sawsan
We moved from the city to the
country two years ago. It’s quiet
and calm. I like it a lot.
I think life in the city is great. I have
lots of friends and lots of things to do.
Samer
Anas
We’ve lived in the city for two years. Some people think life in the city is
I think it’s more interesting than life good. I agree. But I enjoy life in the
in a village.
country, too.
1 Who likes life in the city? Wissam
2 Who prefers life in the country?
3 Who thinks life in the country and life in the city are good?
4 Who prefers the town to the country?
5 Check your work: Write
We use pronouns instead of words:
when we talk about something for the second time.
Salah likes the picture in his bedroom. He thinks it is very nice.
1 Rana picked up her pencil and ruler and put them in her school bag.
‘them’ in this sentence means her pencil and ruler.
2 ‘Mum, look at this coin,’ Ruba said. ‘I found it near the bank.’
‘it’ in this sentence means
.
3 Roula plays tennis with Maya every weekend. She likes playing
tennis with her.
‘her’ in this sentence means
.
4 Hiba loves eating chicken. She eats it twice a week.
‘it’ in this sentence means
.
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Unit 24
1 Look and write
What are they doing now? What have they done this week?
1
Now, he’s playing football. This week,
he’s been in a spelling competition
and he’s ridden a horse.
2
3
2 Order the letters, ask and answer
How do you spell ‘supermarket’?
Pupil A
pkresmtareu
furinmo
tneisc
bhaadgn
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Pupil B
trhubce
camihcen
oaltri
oerltimek
Unit 24
3 Read and circle
1 Hiba is as tall as / taller / tallest as Hadeel. They are both the same
size.
2 Mazen has / had / has had his bike since he was eleven years old.
3 Next week, I’m going to visit / I visited / I have visited my aunt and
uncle in Aleppo.
4 I was watching television when my friend will arrive / arrived / was
arriving.
5 I haven’t got enough / too much / too apples. I’ll buy some more this
afternoon.
6 This afternoon, I do / I did / I have to do my homework. It is my
English homework.
7 Leen usually is switching on / switches on / switched on her
computer after school.
8 In the city, there is too much / too many / too noise. I prefer life in
the country.
4 Read and answer
1 What do you have to do this evening?
2 What were you doing yesterday afternoon?
3 What are you going to do in the summer?
4 In your class, who is as tall as you?
5 How long have you been at your school?
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5 Read and answer
A journey from Istanbul to Damascus
I travelled from Istanbul to Aleppo on the Toros Express. The train
usually leaves on Sunday. It arrives thirty hours later. The countryside
is very beautiful. On the way, we saw the mountains. In Aleppo, we
visited the souk. I bought a silver ring for my mother and a cotton skirt
for my sister. We also saw the citadel. We stayed in a beautiful hotel.
We travelled by car to Palmyra in the morning. We stopped in Hama.
We travelled through the desert. I think it is very beautiful. Palmyra is
very interesting. It is very old. I bought some postcards to send to my
grandparents and my uncle and aunt. From Palmyra, we travelled to
Damascus by car. Damascus is hotter than Aleppo. We saw the mosque.
We ate ice cream. We went to the souk. I bought a wooden box for my
aunt and a leather handbag for my cousin, Lubna.
1 How did he travel to Aleppo?
2 How long does the journey take from Istanbul to Aleppo?
3 What did he buy in Aleppo?
4 Why did he buy some postcards in Palmyra?
5 How did he travel from Palmyra to Damascus?
6 Spelling: Read and write
1 Underline the vowels in these words.
b snowy
c young
a cook
2 Write the vowels
a
b
p_ct_r_
d
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c
b r_ _ d
e
cl_ _d
d badminton e medicine
g_ _t_r
c_m_l
f
r_d_ _
Unit 25
Revision 5
1 Read and choose
some sun cream, some binoculars, my school uniform, a handbag,
a football, a tracksuit, a camera, some money, a hat, a dictionary
1 I’m going to a nature reserve. I will need some binoculars. I might
need a camera .
. I might need
.
2 I’m going to the beach. I will need
. I might need
.
3 I’m going to the souk. I will need
. I might need
.
4 I’m going to school. I will need
. I might
5 I’m going to play in a football match. I will need
.
need
2 Read and complete
1
2
3
4
5
Wissam is a tailor. Yesterday, he had to
Saleh is a photographer. Yesterday, he had to
Anas is a mechanic. Yesterday, he had to
Lubna is a doctor. Yesterday, she had to
Maya is a teacher. Yesterday, she had to
.
.
.
.
.
3 Look and write
1
I like basketball, but I prefer tennis.
2
3
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Unit 25
Revision 5
4
Look and answer
1
What should she do?
2
What is he doing?
She should put the
rubbish in the bin.
3
What was she doing
4
when her grandmother
arrived?
5
Is there enough fruit?
7
What is the matter with 8
the trousers?
9
What can you see?
10
What does she
have to do before
she goes to bed?
11
How long has he had
his school bag?
12
Why did she go
to the market?
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6
What has he done?
Why can’t she close
her suitcase?
Who is taller?
Extra activities
1 Look and write
What were they doing when the storm started?
1 Ruba was writing an email when the storm started.
2
3
4
2 Read and match
1 Where are you going to live
when you move to Aleppo?
2 Does Ali usually play chess
at this time on Thursday?
3 Should I glue the paper now?
4 What were you doing when
you saw Omar?
5 Would you like to come to
my house after school?
a No, let me fold it first and then
we’ll paint it a nice colour.
b I was walking to the bookshop
because I wanted to buy a
new book.
c We’re going to buy a flat near
my new school.
d Sorry, I can’t. I’m going to help
my brother with his homework.
e Yes, he does but today he’s
visiting his aunt.
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3 Write
Which foods can you eat a lot of? Why?
Which foods shouldn’t you eat a lot of? Why?
1 You can eat a lot of apples. They are healthy.
2 You shouldn’t eat a lot of sweets because they have got too
much sugar in them.
3
4
5
4 Look and write
cook
eat
play
visit
ride
see
1 I’ve visited Palmyra.
2
3
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4
5
6
5 Look, read and circle
1
2
3
4
5
6
Firass is the tallest / smaller than Roula / the smallest.
Roula is the tallest / the same size as Lubna / the smallest.
Maher is the same age as Lubna / the youngest / younger than Roula.
Maya is the oldest / the same age as Firass / the youngest.
Maher is smaller than Firass / taller than Firass / smaller than Roula.
Roula is younger than Lubna / younger than Maya / the oldest.
6 Look and write
1
a leather jacket
2
3
4
5
6
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7 Read and match
1 a baker’s
2 a butcher’s
3 a supermarket
4 a chemist
5 a newsagent’s
6 a kiosk
a This place sells medicine and other things
for ill people.
b You go to this place to buy bread and cakes.
c This is a small shop with sweets, biscuits and
other things.
d A big shop where you can buy different foods
and many other things.
e You go to this place to buy meat.
f This is a place for magazines, newspaper, paper
and other things.
8 Look and answer
Leen
Maya
Ali
schoolbag
Five months
I was eleven
Two weeks
pen
A week
Two months
June
jacket
A year
July
Six months
1 How long has Maya had her pen?
Maya has had her pen for two months.
2 How long has Leen had her schoolbag?
3 How long has Ali had his pen?
4 How long has Maya had her schoolbag?
5 How long has Ali had his jacket?
6 How long has Maya had her jacket?
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9 Read and tick (✓) or cross (✗)
1
2
3
4
5
6
A farmer has to save people from fires.
x
A cameraman has to work with a director on a film.
A photographer has to repair cars.
A mechanic has to take photos.
A tailor has to make shirts.
A television presenter has to make television programmes.
10 Look and write
Which do you prefer? Why?
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11 Read and choose
1 The children are busy. Ruba is writing an email and Hussam
is doing / did / do his homework.
2 Salah’s brother, Kareem had / has had / is having his bike since
last December.
3 Ruba walks / is walking / was walking to school when she found a
purse in the street.
4 Ali is in Class 6 now. Next year he is / will be / was in Class 7.
5 You won’t need / will need / need your coat, Firass. It’s going to be
hot and sunny today.
6 Look / Looked / Will look left, and then look right before you cross
the road.
7 Roula usually plays / is playing / will play tennis on Mondays, but
today she is playing badminton.
8 The bus came early on Monday and Reem will have to / had to /
has to walk home.
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English for Starters is a communicative course in English, which
takes into account the most modern methodology.
English for Starters Level 6 aims to stimulate the child’s interest in
learning English and to develop confidence through a range of enjoyable
activities, including games, projects and songs.
The focus at this stage of the course is on all four skills – listening,
speaking, reading and writing. An active use of language is promoted
throughout the course, setting the foundation for successful language
learning.
The course consists of:
• A Pupil’s Book, which includes attractive and lively material to
encourage pupils’ interest in the language through a range of listening,
reading and speaking activities, study boxes, songs and games.
• An Activity Book, which provides a range of stimulating reading and
writing activities.
• A Teacher’s Book, which contains step-by-step, easy-to-follow
instructions for each lesson and useful notes on the effective use of
teaching aids.
• A Cassette, which contains all of the listening activities and songs
for the course.
• Flashcards
• Wall charts
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