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Книга для учителя с поурочным планированием и ключами 7 класс

Ключи к упражнениям учебника



Ex. 4, p. 35



Ex. 6, p. 35

Los Angeles — in the USA

Oslo — in Norway

Sydney — in Australia

Paris — in France

Amsterdam — in the Netherlands

Wellington — in New Zealand


Ex. 8, p. 36

Countries: Portugal, Belgium, China, Australia. India, Norway, Japan, the Netherlands, Switzerland.

Seas and oceans: the Atlantic, the Pacific, the North Sea, the Black Sea, the Arctic, the Yellow Sea.

Continents: Africa, South America, Australia, Europe, Asia.

Rivers and lakes: the Baikal, the Thames, the Nile, the Volga, the Amazon, the Niagara River.


Ex. 9, p. 36

1. Sam is from the USA. I think so because...

2. Alison is from Australia. I think so because...

3. Melissa is from the UK or Great Britain. I think so because...


Ex. 11, p. 36

People speak English in the UK, the USA, Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand and some other countries.


Ex. 13, p. 37

Mosl people in the world speak Chinese. English is the most popular second language in the world.


Ex. 19, p. 38

1. the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Eire, Canada, the United States of America, Jamaica, Bahamas, Barbados, Trinidad, Guyana, Australia, New Zealand.

2. English and mother tongues of those countries.

3. The Capital of the United Kingdom is London. The Capital of the USA is Washington.

The Capital of Canada is Ottawa.

The Capital of Barbados is Bridgetown.

The Capital of Trinidad and Tobago is Port of Spain.

The Capital of Guyana is Georgetown.

The Capital of Jamaica is Kingston.

The Capital of Eire is Dublin.

The Capital of Australia is Canberra.

The Capital of New Zealand is Wellington.


Ex. 20, p. 38

1 - e), 2 - a), 3 - d), 4 - b), 5 - c)


Ex. 32, p. 42

Name of the country


Official language or languages

Full name

Short name




English and French





The United / States of America

the USA / the United States



New Zealand



English and Maori


Ex. 34, p. 42

Great Britain — an island state

Australia — a “Lucky country"

New Zealand — an upside down country

the USA — a real melting pot

Canada — the second largest country in the world.


Ex. 35, p. 42

big — large

little — small

country — state

peoples — nationalities

various — different

powerful — strong

a capital — a main city

famous — well-known

nearly — about

also — too

population — people

at present — now

twice — two times

many — a lot of

to start — to begin


Ex. 40, p. 43

— Unfortunately 1 am the only child in the family.

— English is the only language I speak.

— China is the only country I visited.


Ex. 24, p. 39

1. who

2. which

3. which

4. which

5. which

6. which

7. who


Ex. 26, p. 39

there — iheir

won — one

through — threw

too — two

week — weak

write — right

no — know

piece — peace

I — eye

hour - our

hear — here

sea — see

meat — meet


Ex. 27, p. 39

won / one

threw / through

see / sea

hour / our

too / two

piece / peace

here / hear

I / eye

know / no

right / write

there / their

week / weak


Ex. 46, p. 45

Michael: He often visits his relatives and friends in Britain. He likes to read British magazines.

Hans: He is going to be a pilot. Every pilot should speak English. He learns English to use the Internet.

Janis: He learns English to make new friends and to know the latest musical news.


Ex. 49, p. 45

English words in Russian: parliament, optimistic, football, doctor...

Russian words in English: sputnik, tsar, samovar, matreshka, balalaika...


Ex. 51, p. 46

1 - F, 2 - T, 3 - F, 4 - F, 5 – T, 6 - T


Ex. 66, p. 49

lovely, magic, northern, blazing, crackling, brightlv, empty, green, long dear to me


Ex. 70, p. 51

1. My little sister Julia named the dog Martin.

2. The policeman could enter the room any minute.

3. Everyone looked for the lost train ticket but nobody found it.

4. The idea of a new photo exhibition is good if our pupils collect the pictures.

5. People celebrate New Year all over the world.

6. My mum's relatives invited us to a party.


Ex. 77, p. 52

1. people / peoples

2. people              

3. people

4. people

5. people / peoples


Ex. 81, p. 53

1 - e), 2 - f), 3 - b), 4 - d), 5 - a), 6 - c)


Ex. 87, p. 55

1. Commuters are people who go by train to work.

2. On the way commuters usually sleep or read.

3. Drive-in offers lots of things to do without getting out of your car.



Ex. 2, p. 56

1. Asia: Japan, New Zealand, Russia, China, India, Turkey, Armenia, Georgia.

2. Europe: Portugal, Belgium, Finland, Poland, Spain, the UK, Russia, Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Greece, Hungary, Italy.

3. Africa: Egypt.

4. South America: Brazil.

5. North America: Mexico, the USA, Canada.


Ex. 3, p. 56

Travelling around the world is fantastic. Sometimes I imagine myself climbing mountains in ( —) Asia or in (—) America. I often dream of fishing in (—) long and deep rivers of the Russian Federation, watching ( —) penguins in ( —) Antarctica, or breaking through the jungles of ( —) South America. I also think of visiting ( —) China, the United States, ( —) Spain and the Netherlands some time in future.

But you know what? For me ( —) Tushino will always be the best place in the world. Because all my family and my ( —) best friends live there.


Ex. 8, p. 56

1. ...English spoken in the world by people of other nationalities...

2. ...English...

3. ...use English...

4. Australia, the Bahamas, Canada, Eire, Guyana, the Caribbean Islands, New Zealand, the UK, the USA.


Ex. 11, p. 57



Ex. 13, p. 57

1. Australia

2. New Zealand and Australia

3. the UK

4. Canada

5. New Zealand

6. the UK

7. Canada, the USA


Ex. 14, p. 57

At present the population of many countries is mixed. There are two official languages in many countries. For example, in Canada people speak English and French. In Russia people speak more than 200 different languages, but Russian is the official language for everyone. In English as well as in Russian there are a lot of words from other languages. People in different parts of the world speak English. But there are some differences between British, American, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand English.


Ex. 16, p. 57

1. Bobby is the only person who can do it.

2. Melissa is the only friend of the Pavlovs.

3. Honey is the only sweet good you should eat.

4. Jazz is the only music I like.


Ex. 17, p. 57

a) — 50% of companies communicate with each other in English

— 80% of all information in the worlds’ computers is in English

— 20% of the world’s population speak English

— 75% of all international business letters are written in English


Ex. 19, p. 58

nouns: hope, language, translation, success, sccret, need, talent, month, English, progress.

verbs: hope, discovered, communicate, need, learn, connect, wait.

adjectives: modern, discovered, natural, foreign, great, technical, different, English.


Ex. 20, p. 58

1 - b), 2 - c), 3 - d), 4 - c), 5  - a)


Ex. 22, p. 58

to talk — to speak, to communicate

an unusual language — an exotic language

gifted — talented

to write a textbook — to put together a textbook

short parts of books — passages

competition — Olympiad

a teenager of 8-19 — young people aged 8 to 19

very good Russian — excellent Russian


Ex. 24, p. 58

The Ninth International Olympiad for Russian language brought to Moscow many young people aged 8 to 19. Teenagers from 28 countries came to Russia. They read passages from the books of classic and modern writers. Besides they showed their conversational skills and their knowledge of Russian culture. Tylo from Germany was awarded a gold medal for his excellent Russian.


Ex. 28, p. 59

1. is closed           

2. are read          

3. is celebrated

4. is made

5. are not used


Ex. 29, p. 59

1. am / was given

2. are taught / were taught / will be taught

3. are / were / will be / listened

4. was not told

5. was given

6. will ... be shown

7. ... was the telegram sent / was sent


Ex. 30, p. 59

“Were you told about this unusual story?” — “Yes, I was. I was told that the circus was had been ruined for half an hour.”

“A week ago I was given an exotic puppy as a present. Imagine he has eaten all our boots and shoes during this time.” — “Was he punished?” — “Of course, not.”

“Who wrote this story?” — “I don’t know exactly. I think it was written by one of the classic writers.”


Ex. 31, p. 59




exciting, unusual

the most vital, the most crucial


new, local



Ex. 35, p. 59

a) • live far from their work;

• commuters

• get to the town centre

• get back home

• sleep, read a newspaper or a book, use their computers and study languages.

b) • car

• earn money for their “wheels”

• drive-in

• getting out

• get their money, buy their sandwich and coffee, watch movies

• hard to imagine


Progress Check

Ex. 1, p. 60

1. foreign languages

2. is situated

3. be successful

4. official languages

5. the only

6. was awarded

7. collected his thoughts

8. round Europe

9. the rush hours

10. by boat

11. collect

12. success


Ex. 2, p. 60

famous, capital, population, languages, the same, only, study, secondary.


Ex. 3, p. 60

1. How long does it take him to get to school?

2. How many languages could sir John Bouring speak?

3. How high is Everest...?

4. How long is the Thames?

5. How much is this dress?

6. How many lessons do they have on Monday?


Ex. 4, p. 61

1. translation

2. discussion

3. development

4. winner

5. performance

6. tourists

7. meeting


Ex. 5, p. 61

1. The famous novel “The Lord of the Rings” was written by John R. R. Tolkien in 1965.

2. New Year is celebrated in April by people in Bangladesh.

3. “The prize will be won by our team,” said the boy.

4. English is spoken by most people in the country.

5. Computers are used by students at the lesson.

6. This unforgettable landscape was painted by Joseph Turner.

7. The new book will be published by the writer next year.

8. The room was cleaned by the girl yesterday.

9. The book will be collected by Jim.

10. This original exhibition was organized by a group of artists.

11. The game was lost by their team yesterday.

12. London is visited by thousands of tourists every month.