I did not have any difficulties this year either. Since I have been studying in this school for a long time, I am familiar with the programs, I participate without any difficulties. My success is that I now know English a little better. My achievements were many this year. From the beginning of the year I became interested in physics, I managed to study well, I was able to have a high grade. This year I started learning English with enthusiasm.
Ex. 1/a, page 81
1. I think the Star Wars films are great- everyone should go and see them!
2. I’m bored — I’ve got nothing to do.
3. This morning someone phoned me, but I have no idea who it was!
4. I was happy in the English lesson because I understood everything the teacher said.
5. I put my magazine somewhere, and now I can’t find it!
6. He found lots of shirts in the shop, but none of them were the colour he wanted.
7. I told a great joke this morning but no one laughed! I don’t think they understood it.
Ex. 1/b, page 81
1. Tomorrow’s a holiday, so we don’t have to go to school.
2. I understand — you don’t have to explain everything again.
3. You mustn’t eat in class — it’s a school rule.
4. Hurry up, Sally — we don’t have miss the bus.
5. My sister’s revising for her exams, so she mustn’t do any housework.
6. Mum and Dad told us we don’t have to get home later then midnight.
Ex. 1/c, page 81
1. I’ve drunk/been drinking four cups of coffee this morning.
2. I’m really happy — my aunt has sent/been sending me some money for my birthday.
3. My brother has talked/been talking on the phone all morning.
4. The dog’s really dirty because he’s played/been playing in the garden.
5. My parents have visited/been visiting my grandparents three times this month.
6. I’ve read/been reading this book since ten o’clock, but I still haven’t finished/been finishing it.
Ex. 2/a, page 81
1. That can’t be true! I don’t believe you!
2. Sophie doesn’t know the answer, so she’ll have to guess.
3. You must concentrate or you’ll never finish your homework.
4. They believe ghosts and say that they have seen three in their house!
5. I didn’t recognize her, she looked so different!
6. Can you imagine being a famous football player?
In botany, a tree is a perennial plant with an elongated stem, or trunk, supporting branches and leaves in most species. Trees usually reproduce using seeds. Flowers and fruit may be present, but some trees, such as conifers, instead have pollen cones and seed cones. Palms, bananas, and bamboos also produce seeds, but tree ferns produce spores instead. Trees play a significant role in reducing erosion and moderating the climate. Trees provide shade and shelter, timber for construction, fuel for cooking and heating, and fruit for food as well as having many other uses.
Ex. 7/c, page 71
- Great! I’m under 12! I don’t have to pay!
- Great! No school today — I don’t have to get up early.
- OK, you can keep it — but it mustn’t leave this room.
Ex. 7/d, page 71
- You really must see that film! It’s great!
- My parents mustn’t go to work tomorrow, because it’s a public holiday.
- My sister doesn’t have to go to school yet because she’s only three.
- Hurry up! We mustn’t be late again.
Ex. 2/c, page 69
- Someone gave me this book for my birthday, but I can’t remember who.
- I rang your place four times this morning, but no one answered.
- Use your memory by Tony Buzan is a brilliant book. I think everyone should read it.
- It was a hard question. She asked all her friends, but none of them knew the answer.
- I can remember everything our teacher said in today’s lesson, but I can’t remember what the homework is!
- Jim’s lost his watch! He’s looked for it everywhere but he can’t find it.
- My dad doesn’t see his friends from London very often. That’s why he was very happy that all of them came to his party.
Ex. 3/b, page 69
Ex. 1/a, page 67
The Statue of Liberty was built in France.
It was a terrible accident. How many people was killed (kill)?
Tomas fell off his bike yesterday, but he don’t injured (not injure).
We didn’t play well yesterday. We beat (beat) 4-0!
When the volcano erupted, the noise was heard (hear) 200 kilometres away.
Ex. 1/b, page 67
My grandparents live in the countryside in an old cottage. It’s got a bedroom, bathroom, living room and kitchen. The bedroom and living room are quite big, but a kitchen’s very small! I love a cottages like my grandparents
Ex. 2/d, page 61
I think I’ve got too many books!
There are too many people in there.
I think I’ve eaten too much food.
I spend too much time on the computer.
Ex. 2/f, page 61
I don’t really like my town. Every summer, too many tourists come here, so there are too many cars in the streets, and that means there’s enough noise. There aren’t enough places for teenagers to go either. There are lots of shops, but there are always too many people in them! And most of the clothes shops are for old people- there aren’t enough shops for young people like me!
Ex. 8/c, page 58
Threaten — likely to cause harm or damage to someone or something
Uninhabitable — cannot be lived in
Rising — getting bigger or getting higher
Rough — not smooth;violent
Refuse — say that you will not do or accept something
Source — the place something comes from or starts at
Tiny — very small
Reduce — make smaller, make lower
Ex. 5/b, page 56
Basic facts about locusts
A disaster that we don’t always hear about
Desert locusts can destroy the food we need
The problem caused by a certain type of locust
Ex. 2/b, page 55
This photo was taken two years ago.
She’s really upset because her bicycle was stealed last night.
These houses was builden in the seventeenth century.
This book was writen in 2007.
Computers wasn’t used in our school until 1997.
Ex. 2/c, page 55
They robbed the house at midnight.
The house was looted by them at midnight.
People often confuse me with my older brother.
In our town, people drop a lot of litter on the streets.
A lot of garbage is dumped by people in our streets.
They made a film about the earthquake.
A film about the earthquake was made by them.
They call her «the Queen of Music».