Answer the questions using the words above.



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Answer the questions using the words above.



 

1 What subjects do you study?

2 Do you speak English well?

3 Have you got a penfriend abroad?

4 Where is he/she from?

5 Do you send emails in English to him/her?

Read Danka’s email to Jacek and do the tasks after it.

An Email from England[1]

Dear Jacek, How are you? I’m fine. Here’s an email in English. It’s good practice for you and me! I have classes in English at The Embassy Language School. I’m in a class with seven students. They’re all from different countries: Japan, Brazil, Switzerland, Germany, and Italy. Our teacher’s name is Simon. He’s very funny and a very good teacher. I live with an English family in a small, old house near the centre of town. Robert and Valerie have a daughter and a son. Their daughter, Becky, is 19. She’s a student at Brighton University. Their son, James, is a software designer for a computer company. He’s 25. They’re all very friendly, but it isn’t easy to understand them. They speak very fast! Brighton isn’t very big, but it’s very exciting! The restaurants and nightclubs are expensive, but the student bars and cafes are cheap. It’s hot now, and it’s lovely to be near the sea. I’m very happy here. Email me soon! Love, Danka

Decide if the statements are true or false.

1 Danka is from Poland.

2 She is on holiday. No, she isn’t. She is at school.

3 She is in London.

4 The students in her class are all from Germany.

5 It is a very big class.

6 Becky and James are both students.

7 The student bars are cheap.

8 Danka is happy in Brighton.

Match the questions to the answers. Ask and answer them in pairs.

1. Where’s Danka from? 2. What countries are the students from? 3. What’s her teacher’s name? 4. Who are James and Becky? 5. How old are James and Becky? 6. Is Brighton very big? 7. What is James? a. No, it isn’t. b. They are brother and sister. They live with Danka. c. Poland. d. James is 25 and Becky is 19. e. Japan, Brazil, Switzerland, Germany, and Italy. f. He is a software designer. g. Simon.

Grammar

Pronouns (See Grammar Reference on page …)

Complete the sentences with the right form of the pronouns.

1 Mary works as a designer. She is a good specialist (she, her, hers).

2 It’s difficult to understand ____. They speak very fast (they, them, their).

3 I study at University. ___ am a first-year student (I, he, it).

4 It’s good practice for ___ and me (our, you, his).

5 My friend and I study Law. ____ are students (they, you, we).

6 My family live in Brighton. This is ___ photo (our, her, us).

To be (See Grammar Reference on page …)

8. Complete the sentences with am, is, are.

 

1 My name _is_ Emma.

2 Where ­­­­____ you from? - I _____ from Italy.

3 What _____ your name? - My name’s Daniela.

4 Lisa and Mike _____ from Boston.

5 This _____ my teacher. His name ____ Richard.

6 Where _____ he from?

7 This _____ my sister. Her name ___ Miho.

8 What ____ your father? – My father __ a doctor.

9 Who ___ you? – I ___ James.

10 What ___ their names? – They __ Victoria and Margaret.

 

To have, have got (See Grammar Reference on page …)

9. Use the words from the box to make expressions with “have/has + noun”. Make questions and negatives with them.

breakfast lunch a snack dinner a sleep a shower a bath a shave a wash a rest a break a headache

 

e.g. Do you have breakfast in the mornings? - I don’t have breakfast in the mornings.

Does she usually have breakfast? - She doesn’t usually have breakfast.

10. Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions with have. Then tell the class about your partner, using he/she and has.

1 Do you have lunch at the university?

- Yes, I do. Usually I go to the canteen.

- No, I don’t. I have lunch at home.

2 Do you have a rest in the evenings?

3 Do you have a shower in the morning or in the evening?

4 Do you often have a headache?

5 Do you have a large family?

6 Do you have a sister or a brother?

7 How many children do you have?

8 Do you have any questions to me?

11. Answer the questions with have/has got.

1 Have they got a car? – Yes, they have / No, they haven’t.

2 Has she got a flat?

3 Has your friend got a dog / a cat?

4 Have you got a brother?

5 Have we got an umbrella with us today?

6 Has he got a brother or a sister?

Complete the questions. Ask and answer your partner what he/she has got.

1 Have you got a brother or a sister? – I’ve got a brother.

2 ___________? – I have a bath every Sunday.

3 ___________? – Yes, he has. My friend’s got a new car.

4 ___________? – No, I don’t have breakfast in the mornings.

5 _____ or ___? – I’ve got a cat.

6 ___________? – I usually have dinner at home.

7 ___________? – No, we don’t have lessons at weekends.

8 ___________? – No, I’ve got a sister.

9 ___________? – Yes, I’ve got. I’ve got a lot of friends.

 

Tick the correct sentence.

1 ___ I’m a doctor.

___ I’m doctor.

2 ___ I have twenty-nine years old.

___ I’m twenty-nine years old.

3 ___ I no married.

___ I’m not married.

4 ___ My sister’s name is Michelle.

___ My sisters name is Michelle.

5 ___ She married.

___ She’s married.

6 ___ I have two brother.

___ I have two brothers.

7 ___ Do you have any children?

___ Do you have got any children?

8 ___ Does she have a son?

___ Do she have a son?

Listening

14a. Read and listen to the sentences with have and have got.

A - Do you have a car?

- Yes, I do.

- No, I don’t.

B - Have you got a car?

- Yes, I have

- No, I haven’t

C - I don’t have a computer.

- I haven’t got a computer.

14b. Work in pairs. Ask and answer about the things in the box, using have or have got.

a car a lot of friends a camera a bicycle a credit car a laptop a pet a computer a mobile phone a motobike brothers and sisters your parents

15a. Work with a partner. Write questions to find the information about the people in your chart. Student A: Look at chart 1. Student B: Look at chart 2 on the opposite page.

Chart 1

Name and age Mike, 26 Lucy, 38 Nicole, 15 Jeff, 54, and Wendy, 53
Town and country     Texas, the United States Melbourne, Australia
Family     two brothers and a dog one daughter and three grandchildren
Occupation     student at high school He … office. She … hairdresser
Free time / holiday     - listens to music - Florida or Mexico - tennis, swimming - Bali every summer
Present activity     getting ready to go out Having a barbecue in the back yard
Town and country Family Occupation Free time / holiday Present activity Where does he … from? …married? Has he got …? Does she have …? How many …? What … do? What does she … in her free time? Where … go on holiday? What … doing at the moment?

Chart 2

Name and age Mike, 26 Lucy, 38 Nicole, 15 Jeff, 54, and Wendy, 53
Town and country Vancouver, Canada Perth, Scotland    
Family a sister a son and a daughter    
Occupation Works for a computer company part-time teacher    
Free time / holiday - skiing, ice hockey - Europe - reading, going to the cinema - Spain or Greece    
Present activity playing ice hockey washing the dishes      
Town and country Family Occupation Free time / holiday Present activity Where does he … from? …married? Has he got …? Does she have …? How many …? What … do? What does she … in her free time? Where … go on holiday? What … doing at the moment?

B. Listen and compare. Ask and answer questions with your partner to complete your chart.

Speaking

Talk with your partner about the things and the people from the box, using have/have got.

a computer a camera a car a credit card a mobile phone a pet brothers and sisters your parents / a dacha your friend / a child

e.g. Do you have a car? – Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.

Have you got a car? – Yes? I have. / No, I haven’t.

Work with a partner. Write questions to find the information about two other people in your chart. Ask and answer questions with your partner to complete your chart.

Student A: Look at chart 1. Student B: Look at chart 2 on the opposite page.

Chart 1

Name and age Town and Country Family Occupation
Mike,26      
Lucy,38      
Nicole,15 Texas, the United States two brothers and a dog! student at high school
Jeff,54 andWendy,53 Melbourne, Australia one daughter and three grandchildren He … office. She … hairdresser.

Town/country- Where … he/she from?

Family- … he/she married? Has he/she got …?

- Does he/she have … ? How many …?

Occupation- What does he/she do?

Chart 2

Name and age Town and Country Family Occupation
Mike,26 Vancouver, Canada a sister works for a computer company
Lucy,38 Perth, Scotland A son and a daughter part-time teacher
Nicole,15      
Jeff,54 andWendy,53      

Town/country- Where … he/she from?

Family- … he/she married? Has he/she got …?

- Does he/she have … ? How many …?

Occupation- What does he/she do?

A. Interview two students and complete the table.

  Student 1 Student 2
Name    
Country/town    
Job    
Address    
Phone number    
Age    
Married    

B. Tell the class about one of the students.

Writing

19a. Read Becky’s letter to her penfriend Tiago and answer the questions.[2]

Where is she from? Where is he from? What does Becky write about?

 



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