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Книга для учителя с поурочным планированием и ключами 7 класс

Ключи к упражнениям рабочей тетради

 

UNIT 3

Section 1

Ex. 1, p. 45

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

 

Ex. 2, p. 45

1 - c), 2 - b), 3 - h), 4 - a), 5 - a),   6 – c), 7 - b)

 

Ex. 3, p. 46

tries to do his best; argues; arguments; happens; missed; gets into trouble; out of luck, worry about

 

Ex, 4, p. 46

2. He was / felt surprised.

3. She was / felt frightened.

4. She was / felt uncomfortable.

5. She was / felt depressed.

6. He was / felt strong and energetic.

7. He was / felt shocked.

 

Ex. 5, pp. 46-47

2. Oliver feels upset because he has had an argument with his best friend.

3. Martin feels thirsty because he hasn’t had1 anything to drink since morning.

4. Jim feels hungry because he hasn’t had anything to eat since yesterday.

5. Sally is surprised because she has got a present from Santa Clause.

6. Robert feels sure about his test because he has prepared for it very well.

7. Sandy is fed up with sharing the room with her younger brother because he has damaged all her books, tapes, and posters.

8. Karen feels tired because she has watered all the vegetables, and fruit trees in the garden.

 

Section 2

Ex. 1, p. 47

A little girl is standing at the traffic lights. She is waiting for the green light that allows people to cross the road. A boy doesn’t want to wait till the cars stop, he is running across the road. Everybody knows how dangerous it is. A policeman is standing at the corner of the street. He has a very unfriendly look. He is going to stop the boy. An old lady is looking at the street and the people through the window of her house.

 

Ex. 3, pp. 48-49

a) 1 — Jane’s house, 2 — the cinema

 

Ex. 5, p. 49

1. Excuse me. how can I get to the nearest underground station?

2. Can I walk there or should I take a bus?

3. How long will it take me to get to the Students Centre from the railway station?

4. Go straight ahead. Tаkе the second street to the right and then the third street to the left.

5. It will not take you more than fifteen minutes.

6. Excuse me, is school No 12 in this street?

7. I'm afraid I can’t help you. I don't know the way to the Central Library.

 

Section 3

Ex. 2, p. 50

1 — should, 2 — mustn’t, 3 — needn’t, 4 — mustn’t, 5 - had to, 6 - had to, 7 - need

 

Ex. 3, pp. 51-52

I - b), 2 - a), 3 - c), 4 - c), 5 - a

 

Section 4

Ex. 2, p. 53

boring

interesting

children

grown-ups

compulsory

non-compulsory

neat

sloppy

punishment

award

 

Ex. 3, p. 54

A perfect school should be a modem building.

A perfect school should offer any subjects students are interested in.

A perfect school shouldn’t have boring and useless subjects.

A perfect school should prepare for real life.

In a perfect school students should discuss any problem openly.

In a perfect school teachers should listen to students’ opinion.

In a perfect school teachers should understand student’s problems.

In a perfect school teachers and students should treat each other with respect.

In a perfect school students should have no tests. / shouldn't have any tests.

In a perfect school students should have uniform / should have no uniform / shouldn't have any uniform. In a perfect school teachers should allow' students to have their own newspaper and radio.

In a perfect school subjects like Mathematics. History, Foreign Languages should be compulsory A perfect school should be strict and have discipline.

 

Ex. 4, p. 54

2. Figures and mathematical problems are studied in Mathematics.

3. Foreign words and grammar rules are studied in Foreign languages.

4. Plants and animals are studied in Biology.

5. Computers are studied in Informational Technologies.

6. Stories, novels and poems arc studied in Literature.

7. Mountains, rivers, and oceans are studied in Geography.

 

Ex. 5, p. 55

adult life; information; develop the mind; develop imagination; communicate; different activities; encourage:respect

 

Section 5

Ex. 1, p. 56

free education; compulsory education; private education; state education; perfect education; secondary education; higher education

 

Ex. 3, p. 57

2. This is your ball. The ball is yours.

3. This is his chessboard. The chessboard is his.

4. This is her badge. The badge is hers.

5. These are our blazers. The blazers are ours.

6. These are your scarves. The scarves are yours.

7. These are their ties. The ties are theirs.

 

Ex. 4, p. 57

The facts about private school

Parents pay for their children’s education.

Usually children get religious education in these schools too.

Uniform is compulsory for all the students.

The discipline is very strict and the relations between students and teachers are not democratic.

The facts about state school

Education is free in these schools.

Students can choose the subjects they want to study.

The school is friendly and the discipline is not very strict.

Usually the students don’t have school uniform, they wear what they want.

 

Section 6

Ex. 1, p. 59

The fish was eaten by the cat.

The bananas were eaten by the monkey.

The cabbage was eaten by the rabbit.

The cheese was eaten by the mouse.

The honey was eaten by the bear.

The nuts were eaten by the parrot.

 

Ex. 2, p. 59

1. You should eat meat with a knife and a fork.

2. You can clean the table with a napkin.

3. You can cat soup with a spoon.

4. You can paint the window with a brush.

5. You should wash your hands with soap before eating.

6. You can play tennis with a racket and a ball.

 

Ex. 3, р. 60

2. The telephone was invented hy Alexander Bell.

3. “Romeo and Juliet" was written by William Shakespeare.

4. America was discovered hy Christopher ('olunibus.

5. “Robinson Crusoe” was written by Daniel Defoe.

6. The tales “The Snow Queen” and “The Ugly Duckling” were written by I Ians Christian Andersen.

 

Ex. 4, p. 60

1. Must you wear uniform in your school?

2. What time do you have to get up to be at school on time?

3. Can your parents come to your school and meet the teachers any time?

4. Must you attend classes on Saturday?

5. Can you bring your dog to school?

 

Ex. 5, p. 60

1 — look after; 2 — is rich in; 3 — to pay for; 4 — listen to; 5 — provide ...for: 6 — depend on; 7 — make fun of

 

Ex. 6, p. 61

of, about, on, of, after, for, to

 

Section 7

Ex. 1, p. 61

to be awarded — to be punished

to treat with respect — to be impolite

to attend classes — to miss classes

to be on time — to be late

to be in fashion — to be out of fashion

to save money — to spend money

to be well educated — to be uneducated

 

Ex. 2, p. 61

2. Have you ever been late for classes?

3. Have you ever stayed after school to do extra work?

4. Have you ever studied Latin?

5. Have you ever played rugby?

6. Have you ever been to a private school?

7. Have you ever taught younger children?

8. Have you ever written “lines"?

 

Ex. 3, p. 62 (variants are possible)

1. Never be late for your classes, always be on time.

2. Don’t prompt sour classmates, especially when you don't know the answer.

3 Treat your teachers with respect, and always ho polite to them.

4. Do your homework at home and come to school prepared for the lessons.

5. Never talk with your classmates during the lessons, wait till the break.

6. Wear school uniform or, if it is allowed at your school, neat and clean clothes.

 

Ex. 4, p. 62

1. compulsory       

2. student 

3. education

4. attend

5. lines

6. suspension

7. mathematics

 

Ex. 5, p. 63

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

 

Section 8

Ex. 1, p. 64

apple juice, pocket money, school uniform, computer game, Christmas card / story / cake, birthday cake, telephone conversation / card, Saturday job, adventure story, etc

 

Ex. 4, p. 66

2. She wants her parents to allow her to go out on Sundays.

3. She wants her younger brother not to ask her lots of silly questions.

4. She wants her elder brother not to argue with her all the time.

5. She wants her friends to phone her more often.

6. She wants her cat to do her homework instead of her.

 

Ex. 5, p. 67

I expect him to get a bad mark for the test. He hasn't prepared for it.

I would like my friends to live in Australia. I could visit them on holidays.

I want my brother to wash up today. I’m so tired.

I expect him to come in half an hour. He promised to be on time.

I expect him to be punished. His behaviour was awful.

I don't expect her to watch this film. She hates horror films.

 

Ex. 6, p. 67

1. Some parents want their children to go to private schools.

2. Our teachers want us to do homework on time.

3. My teacher wants my parents to come to school.

4. My dog expects me to take it for a walk in the evening.

5. I would like Alice to take part in the competition. She has all chances to win it.

 

Section 8

Ex. 3, pp. 68-69

2. This watch doesn’t work properly. Take that one if you want to know the exact time.

3. — Would you like to read this book?

   — I have already read it. Can I take that one?

4. There are some apples in the fridge. Take one red apple and two green ones.

5. We have six lessons on Monday. The first one starts at half past eight and the last one is over at two o’clock.

6. I’ve eaten three cakes but I’m still hungry. Can I take the fourth one?

 

Ex. 4, p. 69

1. He was suspended last Tuesday.

2. Frank was expelled for bad behaviour.

3. He was operated on yesterday.

4. Her parents were sent for at once.

5. It was published last Monday.

 

Ex. 5, p. 69

1. If my friend told me to try smoking. I would refuse.

2. If I wanted to discuss my problems. I would call my friend.

3. If I wanted to have more pocket money. I would try to find a Saturday job.

4. If I were asked to write an article for a magazine. I would write about our Internet communication.

5. If I saw an advertisement about a Saturday job. I would call there to ask about it.





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