Книга для учителя с поурочным планированием и ключами 7 класс
Ключи к упражнениям рабочей тетради
Ex. 1, p. 3
sociable — shy: intelligent — silly: kind — cruel; industrious — lazy; friendly — unfriendly: lucky — unlucky; polite — rude.
Ex. 2, p. 3
1. got up; ran; swam; went back; ate: drank; fed; were glad
2. will join; will take part; will have; will you go
Ex. 3, pp. 3-4
2. No. she didn’t go to the mountains. She went to the sea.
3. No. he didn’t lose the competition. He won it.
4. No. she does not like oranges. She likes apples.
5. No, she doesn’t watch political programmes every evening. She watches cartoons.
6. No, he won’t take part in the swimming competition. He will take part in the running competition.
7. No, he won't leave his puppy at home. He will take it with him.
Ex. 4, p. 4
a) I never take part in any competitions. I’m always out of luck that is why it’s not worth trying. Any competition for me is a waste of time for me. Last year I tried to take part in a sports competition in our school. Certainly, I lost it.
b) I always take part in different competitions. Sometimes I win the competition and sometimes I lose it. It’s not very important for me if I win or lose. The main thing is to try my chance, because if you don’t believe in your luck, you can miss a very good chance.
Ex. 1, p. 6 (variants a/e possible)
humorous story; exotic flower; historical novel; scientific report; energetic drink; classical music; delicious cake; unforgettable event
Ex. 2, p. 6
2. Was she tired?
3. Is he curious?
4. Will she be angry?
5. Is it. dangerous? / Will it be dangerous?
Ex. 3, p. 6
1. Where did you see him?
2. What countries will you travel to?
3. What kind of books does she like / read?
4. When did you see it?
5. Who do you go there with?
6. How will you arrange it?
Ex. 4, p. 7
1 — responsible; 2 — talkative; 3 — friendly; 4 — dangerous; 5 — lucky; 6 — musical; 7 — creative; 8 — beautiful
Ex. 5, p. 7
1. When I’m nervous, I eat a lot of sweets.
2. When I’m tired, I listen to quiet music.
3. When I’m angry, I count to twenty.
4. When I’m sad, I phone my friends.
5. When I’m happy, I jump, sing, and dance.
Ex. 1, p. 8
break — broke — broken
hear — heard — heard
find — found — found
know — knew — known
pay — paid — paid
shake — shook — shaken
show — showed — shown
wear — wore — worn
win — won — won
Ex. 2, p. 8
1 — independent; 2 — curious; 3 — cunning; 4 — helpful; 5 — musical; 6 — serious
Ex. 3, pp. 8-9
1. be less talkative
2. be smarter
3. improve her memory
4. be more independent
Ex. 4, p. 9
a) 2. Is he sleeping?
3. Do you get along with him?
4. Is she leaching her parrot to speak?
5. Is Tim trying to play the guitar?
b) 2. Has she lost any weight?
3. Has he written an advertisement about the lost dog?
4. Have we arranged everything for the party?
5. Have you eaten the whole of it?
5. be more sociable
6. be more polite
7. be less nervous
Ex. 5, p. 10
1. — Are you and Jim good friends?
— No, we’ve met only once.
2. Jason is a good swimmer /good at swimming, he goes to the swimming pool twice a week in any weather.
3. He is only twelve, but he has taken part in the English language competitions four times. He won all of them.
4. I missed / have missed my chance to win the running competition, but I will try once more.
1 - g), 2 - c), 3 - h), 4 - f), 5 - d), 6 - e), 7 - a), 8 - b)
Ex. 3, p. 11
progress in different areas
new discoveries in medicine
new electronic technologies
development of computers
new serious diseases
new war technologies
Ex. 6, p. 12
2. Do children go to school? / Do they study at home?
3. Are there any teachers? / Who teaches children?
4. Do children study Space Travelling?
5. Do robots do all the housework? / Who does the housework?
6. Are people athletic?
7. Do people travel by bicycles? / How do people travel?
competition — composition fight — light mouth — south announce — pronounce clever — never
Ex. 2, p. 13
1 - d), 2 - f), 3 - a), 4 - e), 5 - b), 6 - c)
Ex. 3, p. 13
1. Have you ever taken part in any competition?
2. Have you ever won a prize?
3. Have you ever won a camera?
4. Have you ever lost a competition?
5. Have you ever spoken to a famous person?
Ex. 4, pp. 13-14
1. will start; will be; will be
2. will gel
3. has lost; is looking for
4. took part; didn’t win; made; enjoyed
2. Seventy plus forty seven is one hundred and seventeen.
3. Three thousand five hundred and eighty six plus eighty nine is three thousand six hundred and seventy five.
4. Nine million minus eight million eight hundred thousand is two hundred thousand.
5. Four thousand eight hundred and seventy four minus two thousand six hundred and seventy two is two thousand two hundred and two.
6. One million minus five thousand six hundred and forty seven is nine hundred ninety four thousand three hundred and fifty nine.
Ex. 3, pp. 14-15
a) 1. eight million six hundred thousand
2. one million
3. nine million six hundred thousand
4. fifteen million six hundred thousand
5. Your answer
b) 1. London is (depends on the current year).
2. London will be one thousand nine hundred and seventy two.
3. In twenty ninety (or two thousand and ninety).
4. In twenty one twenty.
5. In nineteen eighty eight.
6. Yes. In nineteen eighty nine.
7. In thirty one forty seven.
Ex. 4, p. 15
2. Washington is smaller than Moscow.
3. Winters in Moscow are colder than winters in Ottawa.
4. Summers in London are warmer than summers in Moscow.
5. The population of Moscow is bigger than the population of Wellington.
words with a long sound
words with a short sound
Ex. 3, p. 16
2. Does she mind travelling by air?
3. Does she mind his taking part in the competition?
4. Does he mind our coming to dinner?
5. Does he mind our borrowing his car?
Ex. 4, p. 17
Andrei Saharov was born on the 21st of May, 1921 in Moscow. He graduated from the Moscow State University and became one of the most famous researchers in physics. As a scientist he understood the danger of atomic wars and fought against them. He also fought for human rights, progress and peace all over the world. In 1975 Saharov won the Nobel Peace Prize.
Winston Churchill was born on the 30th of November, 1874 in Britain, in a rich and famous family. In 1895 he graduated from Sandhurst Military Academy and in five years time, in 1900, became a member of Parliament. Churchill was the Prime Minister during the Second World War.
a) a) - 4, b) - 3, с) - 1, d) - 2
a) - 2, b) - 1, c) - 4, d) - 3
Ex. 3, pp. 20-21
1. My best friend lives far from me, that is why we seldom see each other, but we phone each other every day.
2. I have lots of friends and we always help one another in difficult situations.
3. You friend doesn’t speak Russian, and you don’t know French. How do you communicate with each other?
4. I can speak to my mother about everything. We understand each other very well.
5. All my aunts, uncles and cousins will come to my birthday party on Sunday. I have a big family and we are always glad to see one another.
Ex. 4, p. 21
1. Ring up / call up / phone somebody from your class and ask.
2. Send her a Christmas Card / a letter.
3. Send them a telegram / telegraph them.
4. Send her an e-mail letter / e-mail / inform her by computer.
phone: call, box, book, number, exchange, line electric: telegraph, lights, line, fireplace, guitar
Ex. 2, p. 22
1 - e), 2 - d), 3 - b), 4 - c), 5 - a)
Ex. 3, p. 22
1. was; didn’t manage; phoned
2. do you know; will ring up; will leave
3. has gone
4. have you already called
5. have lost
Ex. 4, pp. 22-23
to leave a message
to take a message
to send e-mail
to receive e-mail
to miss a chance
to take a chance
to be out of luck
to be in luck
Ex. 5, p. 23 (variants are possible)
You: Hello! It’s Alex. Can I speak to Bob, please?
Bob’s mother: I’m sorry, but he is not in. Shall I ask him to call back when he comes?
You: No, I’m afraid I will not be at home till late today. It’s my aunt's birthday and I’m going to her with my parents.
Bob’s mother: I can take a message then. What's up?
You: Good news! There will be no lessons tomorrow! We are going to the country to have a picnic. The whole class and our teacher.
Bob’s mother: You won’t wear your school uniform, will you?
You: No, we won’t. We'll wear sports clothes, because we 41 play football, volleyball and badminton there.
Bob’s mother: I think you can get hungry and thirsty there.
You: Oh, yes! That is why everybody should take some food and some drinks.
Bob’s mother: I’ll give Bob some meat and chcese sandwiches and a big bottle of lemonade.
You: That л great! I like your sandwiches very much.
Bob’s mother: Thank you for calling us. Have good time tomorrow. Bye, then.
You: Thank you. Goodbye.
Ex. 1, p. 24
to receive fax messages
to use the Internet
to phone the police
to play computer games
to offer wonderful opportunities
Ex. 3, p. 24 (variants are possible)
1. ...she can make new friends and chat with them on the Internet.
2. ...she can find interesting information and ideas for her studies.
3. ...he wants to be a computer programmer.
4. ...he enjoys playing computer games.
5. ...they offer wonderful opportunities for everybody.
6. ...young people spend too much time using computers and playing computer games.
7. ...children sit in front of computers for hours. It's bad for their eyes and their health.