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Книга для учителя с поурочным планированием и ключами 7 класс

Ключи к упражнениям учебника



Ex. 7, p. 8

— enjoyable (приятный, доставляющий удовольствие)

— creative (творческий)

— beautiful (красивый, прекрасный)

— scientific (научный)

— useful (полезный)

— friendly (дружеский), unfriendly (недружелюбный)

— careful (заботливый, осторожный)

— impressive (впечатляющий)

— talkative (разговорчивый), talking (говорящий)

— helpful (полезный)

— loving (нежный, любящий)', lovely (красивый, прекрасный)

— Russian (русский)

— historical (исторический, связанный с историей); historic (исторический, имеющий историческое значение)

— musical (музыкальный)


Ex. 8, р. 8

a) to enjoy — enjoyable

to forget — forgetful

to create — creative;

to talk — talking, talkative

to impress — impressive

to help — helpful

b) humor — humorous

danger — dangerous

care — careful

music — musical

wonder — wonderful

history — historic, historical

curiosity — curious

love — loving, lovely

science — scientific

beauty — beautiful

friend — friendly, unfriendly

use — useful

c) America - American

Italy - Italian

Africa — African

India — Indian

Australia - Australian


Ex. 9, p. 8

1. shy                   

2. creative            

3. sociablt             

4. hardworking / industrious

5. curious

6. naughty            

7. lazy

8. cruel


Ex. 20, p. 11

1. has already missed

2. will take

3. lost

4. is sleeping

5. helps

6. will win

7. hates

8. have forgotten


Ex. 21, p. 11

a) — What you doing now?

   — I am answering the questions...

   — ...We often answer similar questions.

b) — Have you taken part in the...?

   — Yes, I tried my chance two weeks ago.

   — Did you win the competition?

   — No. I didn’t. But...


Ex. 22, p. 12





a slim good- looking woman, blue eyes, fashionable hair cut

quite tall, red hair, green eyes, wrears glasses


student, works in a cafe


happily married, has a child

parents and a younger sister, lives alone


a semi-detached

a small flat


Ex. 32, p. 15

1. You should answer questions in competitions 4, 5.

You should fill in an entry form in competitions 4, 5.

You should write a story in competition 2.

You should go to the post office in competitions 2, 3, 4, 5.

You should call up in competition 1.

2. You could win a family ticket in competition 5.

You could win $ШЮ in competition 2.

You could win a present in competition 1.

You could win a tour in competition 4.

You could win a camera bag in competition 1.


Ex. 49, p. 19

1. closing

2. playing

3. writing

4. walking

5. travelling

6. laughing

7. learning


Ex. 52, p. 20

1. You look sad and tired. What happened?

2. We were oot of luck yesterday.

3. It's usually a very unlucky day, isn’t it?

4. But the other team won.

5. Or maybe they don't believe in superstitions.


Ex. 78, p. 25

1. Alison wanted to speak to Jim.

2. Alison called (you).

3. 34576

4. Yes, she was at home.

5. Alice invited Pamela to go for a picnic.


Ex. 79, p. 25

Christie: Hello! It’s Christie. Can I speak to Oliver, please?

Mr Preston: Hello, Christie! I’m afraid Oliver isn’t here at the moment.

Christie: Can you tell him Christie called? Mr Preston: Certainly, Christie.

Christie: Could you ask him to call me back, please?

Mr Preston: OK, Christie, I’ll give him the message.

Christie: Thank you. Bye.

Mr Preston: Bye!


Ex. 82, p. 26

computer — e-mail

fax — fax message

telephone — phone call

telegraph — telegram


Ex. 83, p. 26

1. Computer — с         

2. Fax (machine) — a  

3. E-mail — d

4. Telephone — e

5. Internet — b


Ex. 84, p. 26

1. a screen

2. a keyboard

3. a mouse pad

4. a mouse

5. a computer

6. a CD-ROM

7. a disk

8. a diskette

9. a monitor



Ex. 4, p. 28

1. I was out of luck yesterday. I lost my chess competition.

2. — Not yet. But I’d like to take my chance and to take part in the competition.

   — OK. Good luck!

3. — Of course, you should. Don’t miss your chance! You can go abroad absolutely free. It’s a chance in a million.


Ex. 5, p. 28

to be in luck — to be out of luck

to win a competition — to lose a competition

to try your chance — to miss your chance

to lose a game — to win a game

to be interesting — to be boring

to have the same opinion — to have a different opinion

to disagree with — to agree with


Ex. 16, p. 29











computer to control


Ex. 18, p. 29

1. I think computers are going to control everything in 10 years.

2. I hope that there will be cures for AIDS and cancer in the next century.

3. I don’t care about the future. What’s the point of thinking about it now?

4. I am not afraid of the future. I am sure people will be kinder and there will be progress in different areas (of science).

5. Who’s responsible for pollution, diseases, wars and dangerous technologies?

6. I’d like to make the world better.


Ex. 20, p. 30

a) get the best pictures — сделать лучшие фотографии

get started — начинайте

get your story published — опубликуйте ваш рассказ

get a great camera case — получить великолепный чехол-футляр

Fuji film Fotonex Cameras — фотоаппараты фирмы “Фуджи Фотонекс”

b) secret word — секретное слово

Prize winner — победитель, выигравший приз

May issue — майский выпуск

phone number — телефонный номер

Poetry Competition — конкурс поэзии

Prize presents — призы

Godzilla Competition — конкурс Годзилы

Colgate toothpaste — зубная паста “Колгейт”

family ticket — семейный билет

Shout magazine — журнал “Шаут"


Ex. 33, p. 31

1. — Don't forget / iry to catch falling leaves

   — Why?

   — You’ll have a good luck!

2. —  Waich out! Don’t break а mirror.

   — I know. Il means 7 year's bad luck.

3. — Don’t walk under a ladder!


Ex. 35, p. 31

The British celebrate Hallowe en on the 31 of October. They believe that on that day the souls of the dead return to places ( —) where they lived.

People decorate their houses with pumpkins, dress up as witches, ghosts, devils, cats or bats. In the evening there are a lot of Hallowe'en parties.

It's hard to imagine a party without a scary story told in a low voice on Hallowe’en night.


Ex. 37, p. 31




Ex. 39, p. 31

1. each other / one another

2. each other

3. each other; one another

4. each other / one another

5. one another

6. each other / one another

7. one another / each other


Ex. 44, p. 32

About 10 years ago telephone was the only means of communication which people could use at their home. At present computers make our life much more comfortable. Now we can send messages to each other by fax, e-mail or communicate cm the internet. Those who have the internet can communicate not only with people. They can get information from any library all over the world.


Progress Check

Ex. 1, p. 33

...As you know last summer I tried my chance and took part in the World Teenagers' Competition. It was a chance in a million. But it was worth trying to win something for nothing. I was in luck and won the prize.

Now I and 49 other lucky winners will travel round the world. I enjoy visiting new places and finding new friends all over the world. I will send you postcards from the countries which we are going to visit.

But you also have a chance to visit them. Take part in the same competition next year. Don’t miss your chance.

Good luck.


Ex. 2, p. 33

1. We were out of luck yesterday and lost the game.

2. But she doesn't believe in superstitions.

3. Will she try her chance next year?

4. The girl has already phoned the hospital.

5. Are the students going to use the Internet?


Ex. 3, p. 33

1. dangerous     

2. careful  

3. noisy    

4. lovely

5. scientific

6. Russian

7. creative


Ex. 4, p. 33

1 — с), 2 — a), 3 — с), 4 — с), 5 — b), 6 — с)