a Lesson One
Let Us Review
(1 This boy, called Willy, is from Great Britain. This is his family Say who they are.
Example This is his
grandfather grandmother father mother brother sister uncle aunt son daughterNow try and guess who they are.
She is the daughter of my mother. She is my She is the sister of my mother. She is my … He is the son of my mother. He is my … . He is the brother of my mother. He is my … She is the sister of my father. She is my … He is the father of my father. He is my … . She is the mother of my mother. She is my . She is the mother of my sister. She is my … He is the father of my brother. He is my …
Say what they are.
He is а … . She is а … .
economist ^/ doctor ^/teacher //Worker engineer officer ^ businessman driver /pilot /^cosmonaut
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(4 Choose and read aloud the sentences which are true of the
This family is from Africa. They’ve got two sons and two daughters. They’ve got a son and a daughter. They’ve got three sons and two daughters
Mrs Green is from America. She’s got two sons and two daughters. She hasn’t got a son or a daughter. She’s got a son and a daughter.
The Ivanovs are from Russia. They’ve got three sons. They’ve got a son and a daughter. They haven’t got a daughter. They’ve got a son.
Let Us Read
Read about the Browns and say what you’ve learned about Liz.
The Browns are a family of five. They are Mr Brown, Mrs Brown, their two sons, Bob and Tom, and a daughter called Liz.
The Browns are from Great Britain. They live in London.
Mr Brown is a doctor. Mrs Brown does not work. She’s got a lot of work to do at home. Bob is ten and Tom is
eight. They are pupils. Bob doesn’t want to be a doctor but Tom does. Bob wants to be a pilot. The boys like to play football and hockey. They play these sports at the school sports ground. Liz doesn’t go to school yet — she is four. What a nice funny girl she is! Her mum, dad and her brothers love her very much. She loves them all, too. Liz has got many toys. She likes to play with them. Liz likes to play hide-and-seek and to skip.
Mr Brown, Mrs Brown go to the swimming pool with their sons and their daughter. They all like to swim very much.
The family has got a dog. His name is Rex. He’s a very big black dog. Rex likes to swim, too, but the Browns don’t take him to the swimming pool. Rex is very sorry about it.
Let Us Listen, Read and Learn_
(6 Read the proverbs and give Russian equivalents. Then learn them.
There is no place1 like home. East2 or West3 home is best.4
(7 You like to act, don’t you? Here is a dialogue. Read it first and then learn it by heart, role-play it with a partner. Don’t forget to change over.
Paul: Hello! Helen: Hello!
Paul: What’s your name? Helen: My name’s Helen. Paul: Sorry, what? Helen: Helen.
1 place [pleis] — место
2 East [i:st] — восток
3 West [west] — запад
4 best [best] — лучше всего
Let Us Talk
(8 Pretend that a boy from another planet asks you these questions. You answer his questions. Choose a partner and role-play the dialogue.
What’s your name? Where are you from? How old are you? Are you a pupil? What’s your father? What’s his name? What’s your mother? What’s her name? Have you got a sister? How old is she? What’s her name? Is she a pupil? What do you want to be? What does your sister want to be? Do you love your dad, mum and your sister?
(9 Choose a partner and talk to him (her). Ask him (her) questions about his (her) family. Then change over.
clO This is Charlie. He is from America. He would like to know about your family. What could you tell him?
Let Us Write
(ll Group these words into two categories.
doctor, mother, pilot, engineer, father, pupil, uncle, grandmother, cosmonaut, aunt, worker, grandfather, driver, sister, teacher, brother
12 Draw a boy or a girl from Great Britain, America or Africa. What do you think he (she) says about his (her) family?
Put in the missing letters to make up 11 words
The Second Lesson
Let Us Review
(1 Do you remember the numbers? Name them
123456789 10 11 12
one two three four five six seven eight
nine ten eleven twelve
What number comes:
after 7, 1, 9, 4, 8, 10, 11; before 3, 5, 10, 6, 2, 12?
Now say how much it is.
Example 1 + 1 = 2 One and one is two.
3 + 4 = = ? • 2 + 6 = ? • 4 + 7 = = ? •
5 + 5 = = ? • 8 + 3 = ? • 6 + 6 = = ? •
7 + 2 = = ? • 7 + 5 = ? • 10 + 1 — = ? •
(4 How many elephants (foxes …) can you see?
I can see 1 elephant.
elephant tiger dog
horse bear monkey fox
Let Us Read
This is a poem about English boys and girls. Do you want to know their names and how old they are? Then read it, Г®) 1.
MW MP mi THEY?
This is Lew.
He is two. This is Guy.
He is five. This is Kevin.
He is seven. This is Kate.
She is eight. This is Caroline.
She is nine. This is Pen. She is ten.
Now say, please, how old you are and how old your friend is
(7 Read a poem about numbers,
One is a number, Two is a number, Three is a number, Four!
Number five is before six,
And number seven is more!1
Eight is a number,
Nine is a number,
Now we come to ten …
And we are back at one again!2
1 more [mo:] — больше
2 again [э’деп] — снова
Let Us Listen, Read and Learn
Do you want to learn a song about numbers? Here it is,
THE NUMBER SONG
One, two, one, two, One, two, three, four, five. Five, three, five, three, Five, four, three, two, one. Six, seven, six, seven, Six, seven, eight, nine, ten, Ten, eight, ten, eight, Ten, nine, eight, seven, six
Do you want to know how to talk over the telephone? This
4, read and learn it by
dialogue will help you. Listen to it, heart, then role-play it with1 a partner.
ON THE TELEPHONE
Hello. This is Andrew. Is that Caroline? Hello, Andrew. Yes, it’s me.
How are you?
Fine, thanks. And how are you? I’m OK.
And now learn the song «How Are You?»,
HOW mi YOU?
How are you? How are you? I’m fine, thank you. I’m OK, thank you.
Let Us Talk
(И Now you can telephone your friend and talk to him (her) (see Exercise 9).
12 If you want to role-play the dialogue, complete it first.
Misha: Hello! My name is Misha. And what’s your
Misha: Are you from Great Britain?
Misha: Where are you from?
Misha: I’m from Russia.
Misha: I’m ten. And you?
13 Think of your own dialogue and role-play it with a partner.
Let Us Write_
f|4 Complete the sums and write in words.
1+2=? 2+4=? 5+3=? 4+3=? 7+1=? 8+1=?
15 Copy and complete the letter.
My name … Kate Brown, I’m … . I’m … America. I’ve … a sister. Her … is Pam. … is five. I’ve got a …, too. … name … Bob. He … eight. We’ve got … toys. We like to … with them.
1 dear [dia] — дорогая
6 + 4 = ? 9 + 1 = ?
Pam tikes … skip. Bob …… swim. / tike …
ptay leapfrog and … .
Have you … a brother … a sister? How old they? What games … they tike to ptay?
Ptease write soon.1
Which languages do you think these words come from? sport, sputnik, football, samovar, volleyball, matreshka
3The Third LeSSOIl
i Lesson Three
Let Us Review_
(l Have you got a good memory? Look at the picture for a minute. Then close the book and try to name all the toys.
doll cat puppy giraffe crocodile hare cow
Look at the picture (Exercise 1) again and try to remember the colours. Close the book and name them.
red blue green black white brown yellow grey3 These are the questions little Liz asks her that you are Liz and your partner is Kitty, in Exercise 1 and role-play the dialogue.
1. Is the doll red?
2. What colour is the doll?
3. Are the ducks brown?
4. Is the crocodile green or yellow?
5• Are the balls red, blue and green?
6. The cat is white, isn’t it?
7. How many toys can you see?
4 Ask your friend to give you the toys you like best
sister Kitty. Pretend Look at the picture
Give me а (the) red ball, please.
A mother wants her son to put his toys in the right places. What do you think she says?
this elephant on the table.
these hares in the chair.
that monkey into the box.
those ducks under the bag.
Let Us Read
(6 Choose and read aloud the sentences only about the toys which are in the box.
Tom: Bob, give me the ball, please.
Bob: Where is it?
Tom: It’s under the chair.
Bob: Now take the doll and put it on the table.
Tom: And where is the doll?
Bob: It’s in the box.
Tom: Are the birds in the box?
Bob: Yes, the birds are in the box.
Tom: Now take the monkeys and give them to me,
Bob: Are the crocodiles on the table? Tom: No, the crocodiles are in the box. Bob: And the tigers are in the box, too.
(7 Sam can’t see Pam. If you want to know why, read the story.
WHERE IS PAM?
Sam’s a little boy. He’s seven. Pam is a little girl. She’s five. Sam and Pam are good1 friends. Sam likes to play with Pam and Pam likes to play with Sam, too.
1 good [gud] — хороший