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6.Goyour grandmother and help her carry luggage.

7.Put this luggage..the car, please.

8.Look.the bridge. Can you see it in the water?

9.Can you see a modern computerthe table?

10.This shop is.the city centre.

9.Match the word combinations with their translations.


Language focus 2

Verbs and prepositions

Look at Look at the table, look at the window

Look for (-) Look for a present, look for friends

Listen to -, - Listen to your friends, listen to music

Speak to / with - Speak to the boss, speak with him

Speak ( ) Speak English, speak French

Show - Show me your cassette, show them their house

Meet - Meet me in Paris, meet us there

Get up ( ) Get up at seven oclock, get up in the morning

Get to - Get to London, get to the museum

Travel to - Travel to China, travel to the East

Work for (a company) ( ) Work for a big company, work for McHolland

Watch (-) Watch a TV show, watch a play

Play ( -, ) Play hockey, play football, play the guitar, play the piano

Give (-) Give me your pen, give them the luggage

10.Write your own sentences with the verbs.

Look at

Look for

Listen to

Speak to / with




Get up

Get to

Travel to

Work for




Language focus 1

The Present Simple (Indefinite) Tense


() , . -: , , , , , , . . : . .

s / es. .

, , es, [iz].

do go, does ( [daz]) goes [gouz].

have. has.

y , y i, es: She carries (to carry). : She buys (to buy y ).


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He watches TV every evening.

She does it every day.

She goes to school in the morning.

He lives in Moscow.

It has three legs.

My wife works for this company.

She copies this text every day.

They watch TV every evening.

Their friends do it every day.

The children go to school in the morning.

I live in Moscow.

The tables have three legs.

We work for this company.

You copy this text every day.







Every year / day / month / week / / /


She goes to work every day.

My brother seldom plays tennis.

My husband usually buys newspapers.

I never speak to them.

He always studies foreign languages.

We travel every month.

1.Write in the verbs in the correct form.


2.Read and translate the sentences. Pay attention to the forms of the verbs.

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1.She often relaxes in the evening. .

2.David cooks dinner every day. .

3.It has a big door. .

4.Don buys new books every week. .

5.She seldom goes to the city centre. .

6.He never visits museums. .

7.Sally often travels to the South. .

8.They meet friends every morning. .

9.I seldom watch modern shows. .

10.He gets up at seven every day. .

11.He always carries her luggage. .

12.This receptionist never helps me. .

13.We usually have lunch here. .

14.She does it every year. .

15.He usually goes to work at eight. .

3.Complete the sentences. Pay attention to the forms of the verbs.

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Example: She often.

She often cooks dinner.

1.He seldom..

2.They never.

3.Pat usually.

4.Every year we

5.Sheevery day.

6.It often..

7.My friends always.

8.Every month Cathy

9.His wife often

10.I never..

4.There is one mistake in each sentence. Find and correct it.


1.She buies bananas every week. ..

2.Their children goe to school every morning. ..

3.She watchs TV every evening. ..

4.Your sister relaxees every week. ..

5.We cook often pizza. ..

6.Ann go to work every day. ..

7.My mother haves three children. ..

8.He studys German at achool. ..

5.Translate the sentences into English.


1. . ..

2. . ..

3. . ..

4. . ..

5. . ..

6. . ..

7. . ..

8. (by car)..

9. . ..

Language focus 2

The Present Simple (Indefinite) Tense

General and Special Questions


, do does . , s / es, does. s es .


She plays tennis.

Does she play tennis? ?

He goes to work every day.

Does he go to work every day? ?

( s / es) do.


They often listen to modern music.

Do they often listen to modern music?

You travel every year.

Do you travel every year?

, do does.

Do you travel every year? Yes, I do.

Does she like the museum? Yes, she does.

, do does.

She lives in London. Does she live in London? She doesnt (does not) live in London.

They meet every week. Do they meet every week? They dont (do not) meet every week.

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7.Ask General Questions. Give negative answers.

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Example: He always gives her presents. Does he always give her presents? He doesnt always give her presents.

1.They speak French every day.

2.He often studies in the evening.

3.She has a modern computer.

4.My sister calls me Dan.

5.The receptionist usually works with documents.

6.He likes modern art.

7.My friends seldom visit museums.

8.We often send letters to our friends.

8.Complete the questions.


1.Does she..?

2.Does your friend.?

3.Do they?

4.Do you.?

5.Do your guests.?

6.Does the artist..?

7.Does your husband..?

8.Do your children.?

9.Match the questions with the answers.


10.Read the questions and translate them. Underline the auxiliary verb.

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1.Where do they buy modern programmes?.

2.Why do they live in the city centre?..

3.When does he visit this exhibition? ..

4.With whom do they study English?...

5.Do they know various customs?....

6.When does this shop work? .

7.When does she send letters?..

8.What does she always show the guests?

9.How do you get to that bridge?.

10.Where does he travel every year?

11.Ask one General and one Special question.


Example: My sister travels to the east every year.

Does my sister travel to the east every year?

Where does my sister travel every year?

1.Dan drives a car very well.

2.They often see this bridge.

3.They study simple things.

4.We like this receptionist.

5.Denis Shevchuk calls me every day.

6.I send her letters every week.

7.He shows them the Underground.

12.Give negative answers.


1.Can you visit this church?

2.Do you often visit this church?

3.Does she always visit this church?

4.Do they like the modern museum?

5.Is this a modern museum?

6.Are these modern museums?

7.Can you see a modern museum in the city centre?


1.Answer the questions.


1.Do you live in the city centre?

2.Do you like to travel?

3.Where do you like to travel and why?

4.Do you like to visit museums?

5.What exhibitions do you like?

6.What exhibitions does your wife / husband like?

7.Does your wife / husband like to send letters?

8.Do you often have guests in your house?

9.What sights do you show your guests?

10.Does your wife / husband often call her / his friends?

2.Read about these people. Now speak about them.

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Example: Daniel lives in the city centre. He has many friends, etc.


I live in the city centre. It is a lovely place. I have many friends. We meet very seldom because we have much work. But we call each other every day. We speak about our problems and about girlfriends.

Every weekend we go to the cinema or to the theatre. We have lunch in sandwich bars or cafes. I always eat Italian pizza.

In summer we always travel to various countries. It is expensive but we buy cheap tickets. We are very friendly.


I have a family. It is not very big: my husband, our two children and me. I dont work. I help my children to study at school. My husband works for a big multinational company. He gets much money. We want to buy a house, but now we live in a flat. It is small and simple. But we like it. It is modern. We like to sit in the living room, watch TV and listen to classical music. In the evening my husband John plays the guitar.

At the weekend we go to play tennis.


I study foreign languages at college. It is expensive for my parents. They give me money for my studies. But I study very well. I study French, Japanese and Arabic languages. It is very interesting. I study the customs of these countries. I think I can get a good job.

I dont have many friends. I have no time to see them. But I call my parents and send letters to them.

3.Think of three questions that you could ask Daniel, Fiona and Samuel. Think of possible answers.

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4.Read these sentences. Underline the words from the Active Vocabulary.

Close your eyes. How many sentences can you recollect?



1.I work as a receptionist in a modern office.

2.He often travels to various countries.

3.We dont like to listen to pop music.

4.I can show my guests various sights.

5.Those museums are in the city centre.

6.That artist can have an exhibition.

7.Does he work in the shop?

8.When does she call her friends?

9.He would like to carry her luggage.

10.This country has many strange customs.

5.Make up dialogues putting the sentences in the right order.

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Over there. To the platform four.

Yes, madam? Would you like me to help you?

Yes, please. Could you help me carry my luggage?

Excuse me?

Yes, madam.

Yes, please. Where to?


Its nice. How about Saturday?

I think the style is very simple but nice. And I can understand this artist very well.

Do you like the exhibition, Mary?

Would you like to go to the exhibition in Stanford museum? My mother likes it a lot.

Yes. It is very interesting. What about you?

Saturday is O.K. with me.


Would you like to travel in summer?

Do you want to go to Italy or Spain?

In June. The weather is very nice in June in Spain. Are the tickets very expensive?

Yes, they are expensive. But I think our way is very nice.

Yes, I think it is lovely.

To Spain. This country has many interesting customs.


O.K. Can you go in June or in July?


Would you like to see the sights of the square and the park?

What can I see there?

Yes, of course.


We have three old churches, a museum of our city, many old bridges, a modern stadium and of course, many shops.

Yes, I think it is a good idea.

We can do it in the evening or in the afternoon.

Could you show me the city centre?

6.Read the dialogues and try to remember them.



Jim: Id like you to meet my wife Diana, Faby.

Faby: Pleased to meet you.

Diana: Nice to meet you, too.

Faby: How are your children?

Jim: They are fine. Now they study at college.

Faby: Oh. How old are they?

Jim: They are sixteen and fourteen.

Faby: What do they study?

Jim: They study art. They like it very much.

Faby: Do they study well?

Jim: Oh, thank God, very well.


Liz: What a nice dress!

Debora: Thank you.

Liz: Do you buy your dresses in Rodley shop in Stansley Road?

Debora: Yes, I like the shop. And the people who work there are very friendly.

Liz: Is the shop expensive?

Debora: Yes, it is. But it is lovely.

Liz: Does your husband go to this shop too?

Debora: No, he doesnt like modern style.

Liz: Which shops does he like?

Debora: He goes shopping to the Dabys.

Liz: Where is this shop?

Debora: It is in Bristol Road.

7.Read this text.


A Foreign Student.

My name is Pauline. I have a family: my husband and me and my two children, two girls. My husband works for a limited company. We are a very friendly family. Our children study at school. We like to meet various people. Very often we invite children from foreign countries to live with us. They come to London and study here for a month or two. The main reason is that it is very nice for my girls to see various people, to get information about various customs. They like it a lot.

We have a modern house and our guests like it. They live in their room. It is simple but lovely. In the evenings we speak to our guests about their countries, drink English tea and relax.

Now we have a very nice guest. It is a girl. Her name is Graziella. She is from Italy. She studies at college in London. She is a good student.

At the weekend my husband Robert shows her various sighs of London. He shows her the museums, the squares, the Tower and the Tower Bridge. He shows her the London Underground Map, how to get to school. My children dont like to go to churches, but they go to the shops with Graziella.

Graziella likes our customs and our sights very much. She studies English here. She can speak English very well now. We always speak English to her. She can understand us. But we dont understand Italian.

Are the sentences true or false?


1.Pauline doesnt like foreign guests.

2.Her children dont study.

3.Their house is modern.

4.Now they have a student from Japan.

5.Robert shows Graziella the sights of London.

6.Graziella cant speak English.

Lesson 5. A plae to live


1.Answer the questions about yourself.


1.Where do you live?

2.Where would you like to live and why?

3.Is your city / town modern or old?

4.What sights can you show you guests?

5.Do you live in the city / town centre?

6.Do you live in a flat or in a house?

7.Is your flat / house big or small?

8.How many rooms do you have?

9.Do you often have guests?

10.Do you like the place where you live?

2.Read the answers. Write the possible questions.

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No, they dont.

No, I dont.

Yes, I do.

No, she doesnt.

No, he doesnt.

No, we dont.

Yes, they do.

Yes, she does.

3.Write 10 sentences using the verbs.

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Carries, doesnt buy, lives, has, reads, go, studies, dont meet, listens, look.

4.Make up questions. Start them with the words given.

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1.Do our friends?

2.Does the receptionist?

3.Can your children..?

4.Do Ann and Sam?

5.Where do they?

6.Why does your mother?

7.Are the museums.?

8.Is the exhibition?



5.Find one word in each sentence that shouldnt be there. The first has been done for you.

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1.My sister meets to her guests in the living room.

2.He doesnt likes to listen to classical music.

3.I would like to watch at TV.

4.Give to me a new pen, please.

5.My father comes home from the work at seven.

6.My guests to look for a new computer.

7.When does he my brother come home?

8.They can to travel in summer.

9.The car is in the front of the house.

10.These programmes are do not modern.



fire ,






I live in the downtown.




to be free









1.available ,


a double bed

3.further ,

further plans


a furnished house

5.natural ,

natural gas





relaxing environment


1.to contact ,

2.to rent

to rent a flat / a cottage

3.to enjoy

I enjoy fishing.

4.to locate

We plan to locate it here.

5.to move ,

6.to go skiing

7.to go fishing

8.to prefer

9.to stay

I want to stay at home.

10.to think

I think that it is nice.

Word Combinations

1.How many?

How much? ( .)

2.pretty features

3.Let me show you around.

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4.through here

5.electrical power

6.public utility

1.Fill in the gaps.

2.Match the two halves of the words.


3.Make sentences with the two words given.

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4.Translate into English.


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