Английский язык
Книга для учителя с поурочным планированием и ключами 7 класс

Ключи к упражнениям рабочей тетради



Section 1

Ex. 1, p. 25



















North America

New Zealand


South America
















Ex. 2, p. 25

1. Russia is larger than Japan.

2. Finland is colder than New Zealand.

3. Egypt is older than the USA.

4. France is more expensive than Bulgaria.

5. India is more exotic than Germany.

6. The UK is wetter than China.


Ex. 3, pp. 25-26

2. Many people can speak English in Japan, can't they? Yes, they can.

3. People speak Australian in Australia, don’t they? No, they don’t. They speak English.

4. People don't speak Russian in France, do they? No, they don’t. They speak French.

5 People speak Mexican in Mexico, don’t they? No, they don’t. They speak Spanish.

6. Many people can speak Ireneh in Сanada, can t they‘d Yes, they can.


Ex. 4, p. 26

1) -, 2) -, 3) an, 4) the, 5) -, 6) -, 7) -, 8) the, 9) -


Section 2

Ex. 1, p. 26

a) Mark Twain — writer — the USA

Rameses the Great — pharaoh — ancient Egypt P

ablo Picasso — painter — Spain

Ludwig van Beethoven — composer — Germany

Jacques Cousteau — wild life (esp. sea life)

researcher — France


Ex. 2, p. 27

2. Paula was in the UK.

3. Alex was in Russia.

4. George was in Italy.

5. Alison was in Egypt.

6. Kevin was in China.


Ex. 4, p. 28



Ex. 5, p. 28 (variants are possible)

1. Which continent is it on?

2. How large is it?

3. What is the population of the country?

4. What is the state language?

5. What is the capital of the country?

6. What places of interest is it famous for?

7. What famous people were born in the country?

8. What is the nature of the country like?


Section 3

Ex. 1, p. 29

1. Bulgarian

2. Polish

3. Hungarian

4. Spanish

5. Norwegian

6. Swedish

7. Greek

8. Dutch

9. Spanish

10. Hindi


Ex. 2, p. 29

Australia; Jamaica; Barbados; Trinidad; New Zealand; the United States of America; Canada; Eire; Guyana: the United Kingdom of Great Britain


Ex. 4, p. 30

2. I want to go to the party, which will be at our school during the holidays.

3. I want to see the film, which you saw last week.

4. Have you read the advertisement, which invites you to lake part in the languages competition?

5. Do you know the student, who has won the first prize m the competition?

6. Do you know any people who can speik more than four languages?


Ex. 1, p. 31

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


Ex. 2, pp. 31-32

The false sentences: numbers are: 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 16, 19, 21.

The variants of corrections:

1. The capital of the United States is Washington.

3. There are some differences between American English and British English.

4. People who speak British English can be easily understood in America.

7. Canada is famous for its lakes and rivers.

8. There are two official languages in Canada — English and French.

9. The official emblem of Canada is the maple leaf.

12. The official languages in New Zealand are English and Maori.

13. New Zealand is famous for its farming and for its products: butter, cheese, meat.

14. The UK is one of the smallest countries in the world.

16. Most people in Britain are British, but you can meet people of many different nationalities there.

19. Australia has small population, it’s only 18.3 million people.

21. The official language in Australia is English.


Ex. 3, p. 32

1. There are many different nationalities in the United States but most people there speak English as their mother tongue.

2. Many people in the world speak English as a second language.

3. There are some differences between American English and British English. When my friend was in America he learnt several words of American English.

4. If you can Speak English, people will easily understand you in the USA and Canada.


Section 5

Ex. 2, p. 34

2. Ben has been neither to Australia nor to New Zealand.

3. Ben has seen neither the Niagara Falls nor the Pyramids.

4. Ben wants neither to swim in the river nor to climb mountains.

5. Ben can speak neither English nor French.

6. Ben wants to play neither football nor chess.

7. Ben wants to learn neither German nor Spanish.

8. Ben can neither ski nor skate.


Ex. 3, pp. 34-35


Reasons for learning English

2. English is necessary for communication with people when you are abroad.

3. When you listen to songs in English, it’s better to understand the words.

4. If you know English you can get information from different newspapers and from different radio stations.

5. Watching English and American films in the original is more interesting than watching them in translation.

9. Learning English is interesting and exciting.

Reasons against learning English

1. Learning foreign languages takes too much time.

6. There are many newspapers and radio programmes in Russian — there is no need in reading newspapers and listening to radio programmes in English.

7. When you are abroad as a tourist, the guide helps in all situations and explains everything in Russian.

8. Most of interesting films are translated in Russian.

10. When people listen to foreign songs, they enjoy the music and they don’t need words.


b) 1 - 7, 2 - 10, 3 - 6, 4 - 8, 5 - 1


Section 6

Ex. 1, p. 36

speak — spoke — spoken

sing — sang — sung

choose — chose — chosen

spend — spent — spent

meet — met — met

understand — understood — understood

show — showed — shown

win — won — won

ring — rang — rung

grow — grew — grown


Ex. 2, p. 36

How long does it take you to get dressed in the morning?


Ex. 3, pp. 36-37

2. How far do they live?

3. How high was (is) the mountain?

4. How wide was (is) the river?

5. How clever were you?

6. How hot was it there?

7. How soon will they be?

8. How much does it eat?


Ex. 4, pp. 37-38

2 — A, 3 — F, 4 — E, 5 — D, 6 — В


Section 7

Ex. 1, p. 38

exotic plant, exotic animal, exotic language:

foreign language, foreign literature,

foreign students, foreign film; official language,

official situation, official meeting, official talk;

exciting story, exciting film, exciting competition


Ex. 2, pp. 38-39

a) was successful; it took him: to take part; get the first prize; participants; meant: to collect himself; made; collect his thoughts; the award ceremony; was awarded the first prize

b) variants of the answers:

1. ...he had a natural talent for languages and a good memory.

2. ...he was sure that he would get the first prize.

3. ...he couldn’t remember the words and Grammar. It was because he didn’t do his homework and was careless at the lessons.

4. ...Pavel was awarded the first prize.

5. ...he did his homework and wasn’t lazy at the lessons.


Ex. 3, p. 40

1. How much sugar do you usually put in your tea?

2. How long does it take you to get home from school?

3. How safe is it to travel by train? / How safe is travelling by train?

4. How early do you usually get up?

5. How long does it take you to learn ten new English words?

6. How long does in take you to write a story in English?


Section 8

Ex. 1, p. 40

1. More than fifteen official languages are spoken in India.

2. A lot of texts of popular songs are written in English.

3. Sometimes Australia is called “The Lucky Country”.

4. Russian scientists are known all over the world.

5. A lot of Russian students are given stipends for studying in Western Universities every year.

6. Books of Russian writers are read in many countries.


Ex. 2, p. 41

2. The lessons were done.

3. The room was vacuum-cleaned.

4. The dishes were washed.

5. The flowers were watered.

6. The rubbish was taken away.

7. The cat was fed.

8. Supper was cooked.


Ex. 3, p. 42

2. When was the telephone invented?

3. Where was the Colosseum built?

4. Why were the Pyramids built?

5. How many poems were written by Pushkin?


Ex. 4, p. 42

2. Who gave you the present?

3. Who told you to come to school on Sunday?

4. Who wrote the advertisement?

5. Who collected the tickets?

6. Who gave them the stipends?


Section 9

Ex. 1, pp. 42-43

a) have you ever been; was; studies; travels; takes; went; flew; did you see; didn’t let; are; have you seen; will watch; will bring.


Ex. 2, p. 43

3. You can get from London to Cambridge either by van or by helicopter.

4. You can get from Los Angeles neither by motorcycle or by double-decker.

5. You can get from Canberra to Wellington either by ship or by plane.

6. You can get from Canberra to Wellington neither by underground nor by horse.

7. You can get from Ottawa to ... neither by train nor by motorcycle.

8. You can get from Ottawa to ... either by plane or by helicopter.


Ex. 3, p. 44

1. What seas or oceans is Japan washed by?

2. What language is spoken in Japan?

3. How many working robots are made in Japan?

4. When is the main national holiday celebrated in Japan?