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Книга для учителя с поурочным планированием и ключами 7 класс

Ключи к упражнениям учебника



Ex. 4, p. 100

1. football

2. cycling

3. aerobics

4. table tennis

5. running / walking

6. horse riding


Ex. 5, p. 101

swimming — pool / lake, river / sea

ice hockey — skating rink

athletics — stadium, sports ground, gym

roller skating — stadium, street, sports ground

figure skating — skating rink

cross country running — fields, forest

cycling / skiing — fields, street, sports ground,


riding — fields, forest, sports ground, stadium

tennis — court

water-skiing — sea, lake, river

windsurfing — sea, lake

surfing — sea


Ex. 8, p. 102




How... ?







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Ex. 11, p. 103

1. Paul (a football player): For me, football is much more interesting than music or videos — it definitely comes first.

It was bom in England. But now it has become a national sport of many countries. About 20 million people fill the stadiums every year to support their favourite players.

But I'm not just a football fan, I’m a player as well. I practise my skills every day in the garden or down on the field. I train hard twice a week and on Sundays. I have been playing for nine years now, and I’d like to become a professional. Football is great and exciting. Recently I’ve won the Player of the Year Award. I’ve also been on TV and on the Chelsea football programme.

2. Danny (a teenage surf instructor): Surfing is such a great sport.

It's usually associated with Australia or California and, of course, Hawaii, with their sunny climates and the ocean. But to do this sport you have to be strong, brave and patient.

I don’t need much to be happy. The ocean, waves, sunny weather and my surfboard make me happy. I enjoy catching and riding a wave. Sometimes dolphins ride the waves with me and my friends. We feel safe when they’re around. But every time I go into the water I’m so glad to be alive. Surfing makes me appreciate my life.

3. Steve (a hockey fan): I’m from Quebec, home of the Montreal Canadians, the most successful professional hockey team. That’s why I’m fond of hockey. I’ve loved hockey since I was three years old. Though I’m not good at playing,

I know everything about hockey, the teams and the players. I enjoy watching the game. There are moments when it’s impossible to see what’s happening on the ice because of all the quick movements. Players have to be able to change direction while moving at very high speeds. I’m sure that the speed of the game on the ice has made hockey one of the most popular game in the world.

I hope to become a referee when I'm an adult.

4. Natasha (a figure skater): I love figure skating more than anything. It’s one of the most popular sports in my country. It has glorious history and traditions. Our skaters often win first place and have great success. People from all over the world come to see their unforgettable performances.

It was my elder sister who first took me to the skating rink. Now I skate four times a week and I never get bored of it. The ice, the music, the dance — it’s like a fairy tale. And I’ve been very Jucky — I’ve had a wonderful coach. I'd like to become a coach too.

I’m from a small town, so I travel to Moscow and back each week — but I love skating, it’s so worth it!


Ex. 21, p. 105

1. nearly

2. hard

3. late

4. lately

5. hardly

6. near

7. highly

8. high


Ex. 22, p. 105

1. ...I could hardly read it.

2. ...She could hardly eat it.

3. ...I could hardly believe my eyes.

4. ...We could hardly see each other.

5. ...I can hardly hear you.


Ex. 25, p. 106





chocolate, sweets, fast food





coke, chips cheeseburgers

go swimming

play football



Ex. 31, p. 107

a) On Wednesday — 8 p.m. (1 hour before closing time)

   On Sunday — 8 p.m. (1 hour before closing time)

b) 45 minutes

c) $30



Ex. 37, p. 109

1. ...Vitamin E.

2. ...Vitamin С ..., ... in black currants, strawberries, oranges, and grapefruits, onions, cabbages, green peppers.

3. ...have Vitamin D.

4. ...Vitamin A.

5. ...Vitamin B1.

6. ...be healthy, optimistic and strong.


Ex. 48, p. 110

1 - F, 2 — F, 3 — F, 4 — F, 5 — T, 6 - T, 7 - T

Ex. 63, p. 114

1. The first Olympic Games were held in Greece in 1K%.


Ex. 49, p. 111

a) a hospital

b) a chemist

c) a pharmacy

d) a doctor

e) a dentist

f) a nurse


Ex. 63, p. 114

1. The first Olympic Games were held in Greece in 1896.

2. France, the USA were the hosts of the Olympic Games for more than three times. Japan, Germany were the hosts for three times.

3. The Olympic Games weren't held in the UK, New Zealand, Poland, Hungary...

4. The Summer Olympic Games were held in Moscow in 1980.


Ex. 67, p. 115

a) Olympics — Olympic Games

made up his mind — decided

then — at that time

had a good opinion of — thought highly of

state — country

participate — take part

various sports — sports events

almost — nearly

b) peace — war

have a low opinion of — think highly of

lose — win

forget — remember

have a rest — work hard

finish — begin

everybody — nobody

at the beginning — at the end


Ex. 69, p. 116

• Olga Korbut is the Olympic champion in gymnastics. She won the Olympic Games in 1972.

• Irina Rodnina is the Olympic champion in figure skating in 1972, 1976, 1980.

• Lyubov Egorova is the Olympic champion in skiing in 1992, 1996.

• Vladislav Tretyak is the Olympic champion in hockey in 1972, 1976, 1984.

• Vladimir Salnikov is the Olympic champion in swimming in 1980, 1988.

• Sergey Bubka is the Olympic champion in athletics in 1988.


Ex. 74, p. 118

quickly — quicker (more quickly) — quickest (the most quickly)

high — higher — highest

late — later — latest

early — earlier — earliest

carefully — more carefully — most carefully

slowly — more slowly — most slowly

successfully — more successfully — most successfully

easily — easier — easiest

well — better — best

bad — worse — worst

much — more — most

little — less — least


Ex. 75, p. 118

1. faster

2. harder

3. worse

4. slower i more slowly

5. best

6. better

7. less


Ex. 79, p. 119

1. How many athletes attended the World Youth Games in Russia?

2. How old were the young athletes?

3. How many countries sent their young athletes to the World Youth Games to Moscow?

4. Where were the World Youth Games held in 1998?

5. What was the Mascot of the Games?

6. What did the Games also provide?

7. What were the guests of the Games shown at the cultural programme?

8. How many sports did the sports programme include?

9. Where were meetings with Olympic champions of various nations and Days of National Cultures held?

10. What trips were included in the cultural programme?

11. Who was the cultural programme interesting for?

12. What sports were included in sports programme?


Ex. 81, p. 119

4, 2, 1, 3



Ex. 1, p. 120

1. golf

2. tennis

3. rugby

4. cycling

5. windsurfing

6. aerobics


Ex. 2, p. 120

• playing games — игры

horse riding — катание на лошадях

swimming — плавание

playing musical instruments — игра на музыкальных инструментах

singing — пение

• skiing — катающиеся

running — бегущие

skating — катание на коньках

skiing — катание на лыжах

• was telling — рассказывал

were laughing — смеялись


Ex. 3, p. 120


team games















table tennis



figure skating



Ex. 4, p. 120

1. Don't jump so high. It's dangerous.

2. I don’t want to go home so early. Let’s stay here a little more.

3. Why are you speaking in such a low voice. I don't want to speak loudly. It's so nice here.

4. ‘How long have you been friends?” — “Longer than you think."

5. Go faster! We should be there earlier than Nick.


Ex. 8, p. 120

• Excuse me, where is the stadium? — It's over there.

• Do you do any sports? — Oh, many of them.

• Shall I show you the way to the aerobics class? — No, thank you. I'll find it myself.

• How often do you go to a fitness club? — Twice a week.

• Where do you do sports? — Wherever I can, mostly in a fitness club.

• Is it embarrassing to make mistakes in a class with lots of people? — In fact I don’t care.


Ex. 9, p. 120

$50 — fifty dollars

£15.30 — fifteen pounds and thirty pence

99c — ninety nine cents

£100 — a (one) hundred pounds

$1,000,000 — a (one) million dollars

£1,048 — a (one) thousand and forty eight pounds

10 p — ten pence


Ex. 11, p. 121

kinds of food: cabbage, coke, chips, vegetables, fruit, milk, egg, meat, porridge, bread, black currant, strawberry, orange, grapefruit, onion, pepper, wheat, nut, bean, potato, tomato, carrot

human body: the nervous system, bone, teeth, skin, blood

human’s characteristics: healthy, optimistic, strong


Ex. 12, p. 121

• In Latin “vita” means life.

• There are lots of vitamins in vegetables, fruit and other natural products.

• You can hardly find any useful vitamins in chips and other fast food.

• Vitamins are usually named by a letter of the alphabet.

• People need vitamins to be optimistic, healthy and strong.


Ex. 14, p. 121

My little brother is a real troublemaker. Every morning he has a stomachache because he doesn’t want to go to school If he says he has a toothache, be sure that he has a test that day! When he starts doing his homework, he always has got a sore finger or a cough. To stay at home when his classmates sing at the concert he says he has a sore throat or a cough. But he always feels fine when it is time to watch TV or to play computer games!


Ex. 15, p. 121

1 - c), 2 - a), 3 - a)


Ex. 19, p. 121

• ...a strong swimmer and his new board was good.

• ...it was exciting to watch.

• ...a surfboard hit his right hand.

• ...his arm was hurt.

• ...Brian cut across him.

• ...he lost the competition.


Ex. 20, p. 122

1. There was nothing exciting at the beginning of a water polo game.

2. One of the players said that a player from the other team had bitten him in the leg.

3. The referee thought it was a joke and let the player leave the game.

4. Soon two other players jumped out of the water with bites on their legs.

5. The game was stopped and the water was let out from the pool.

6. Everyone saw a young crocodile.

7. It was found out that a fan had put the crocodile into the pool to make the players move faster.


Ex. 21, p. 122

The Passive Voice:

were bitten — были укушены

was stopped — была остановлена

was let out — была спущена

am not satisfied — не удовлетворен


Ex. 22, p. 122

• The spirit of Olympics is not winning but taking part.

• The Olympic Games were revived after nearly fifteen centuries.

• The Olympics arc held once every four years.

• At Olympics sportsmen compete not for money but for the honour of their country.

• The emblem of five linked rings became a symbol of the Olympic Games.


Progress Check

Ex. 1, p. 123

— What's the matter with you, Sam?

— 1 feel bad. I've got a runny nose and a headache.

— Have you got a cough?

— No, only a sore throat.

— Well, my dear, I think you've got flu (a cold). Stay in bed, take medicines and you’ll feel better in a few days.

— Shall I go to school tomorrow?

— No, you shoud stay in bed for two or three days.

— It's great. Tomorrow the Olympic Games will begin and I can watch sports from morning till night.

— Oh, you are a sports fan, aren't you?

— Yes, but I'm not just a fan, I’m good at football and basketball.


Ex. 2, p. 123

1. careful

2. quickly

3. energetic

4. usually

5. good

6. bad


Ex. 3, p. 123

1. hard

2. late

3. nearly

4. hardly

5. near

6. high

7. lately

8. highly


Ex. 4, p. 123

1. worse

2. earlier

3. harder

4. faster

5. more carefully

6. worst