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STUDENTS BOOKINGLSThe English VillageAna Manonellas Balladares Mara Teresa Seplveda Leiva6bsicoEDICIN ESPECIAL PARA EL MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIN. PROHIBIDA SU COMERCIALIZACINEste libro pertenece a:nombre:Curso:Colegio:Te lo ha hecho llegar gratuitamente el Ministerio de Educacin a travs del establecimiento educacional en el que estudias. Es para tu uso personal tanto en tu colegio como en tu casa; cudalo para que te sirva durante todo el ao. Si te cambias de colegio lo debes llevar contigo y al finalizar el ao, guardarlo en tu casa. 2013 Ediciones Cal y Canto The English Village 6 bsico N de Inscripcin: 223.591 ISBN: 978 956 339 058 2 Original text Ana Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English, Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University - Melbourne Australia. Mara Teresa Seplveda Leiva MA in Professional Development for Language Education Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. Ediciones Cal y Canto Ltda. Ediciones Cal y Canto Ltda. Jorge Muoz Rau Alicia Manonellas Balladares Ariel Acosta Arancibia Lina Alvarado Jantus Gloria Caro Opazo Mara Jess Moreno Guldman Catalina Ziga Villagra James Doo Csar Letelier Santana Cecilia Muoz Rau Lorena Briceo Gonzlez Rodrigo Gonzlez Daz Ignacio Arriagada Maia Banco de Fotos Ediciones Cal y Canto Methodological supportOriginal illustrations Design General Manager Senior Editor Editor Assistants Editors Designed by Layout by Proofreading Illustrations General Production Production Assistant Recording Producer Recording Engineer Photos All rights reserved; no part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, transmitted in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the publisher. Impreso RR Donnelley Chile Se termin de imprimir 235.001 ejemplares en el mes de diciembre de 2012.texto Del estudianteINGLSAna Manonellas Balladares Teacher of English Universidad de Santiago. Postgraduate Diploma of Education Monash University - Melbourne Australia. Mara Teresa Seplveda Leiva MA in Professional Development for Language Education Leeds Metropolitan University, UK.bsicoDISCOvER YOUR BOOkUnit 1Lesson 1What do you know?Lesson 2PEOPLE AT ThE vILLAGEI MISS YOU1 Complete this dialogue._______, Peter. How are you? ______________! ______________, thanks. And you?1 Make sentences with like usingthe pictures. a. I like b. c.2 Write a sentence about somethingyou like. Example: I like fruit.2 Correct the mistake in each sentence.a. I is at school. b. We am happy. c. It are a toy. d. He arent happy. e. They isnt cats.3 What numbers are these?Three = Eight = ____________ ____________Sixteen = ____________ Twenty = ____________ Twelve = ____________ Five = ____________The English Village. This is a big picture to introduce the place where lots of things will happen The English Village and the characters that will help you to learn English: the English tutors Susan and Tony, and the Chilean students Carolina, Gonzalo, Macarena, and Pablo.12twelveShort activities to activate previous knowledge and to deal with the starting point for the activities that will follow.I MISS YOUoffice Dad Mum1 What member of your familywould you like to phone? Answer this question and tick your choices. ____ My dad ____ My mum ____ My grandparents (grandpa and granny) ____ My sister ____ My brotherIN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:Grandson2 Look at the picture. Match thea. Dadlisten and show comprehension of a telephone conversation; read and show comprehension of sentences showing appreciation; reproduce a telephone conversation orally; complete sentences with language structures, supported by pictures.Lesson 2Before listeningpeople (a d) with their likes (i iv). i. books ii. his work b. Grandma and her grandson c. Grandpa d. The girlGrandmaiii. homework iv. the library3 Susan is phoning home, inEngland. Predict who is going to answer the phone. a. Her brother. c. Her mother. d. Her sister. b. Her father.At the beginning of each unit, a big picture will show you the characters, the places, and the situations you will find in it. You can read the objectives of the unit, and also answer some questions about the topic and the learning objectives of the unit.Listening lesson with activities to help you to understand a spoken text and learn English.Grandpa18eighteenFINAL TESTListening WritingActivities Places Feelings FoodSpeakingTalk about your family with your partner. Take turns to ask and answer 2 dierent questions about your family.Help! Fair Very good!118 Listen and choose the correct answer. (4 marks)5 Write a paragraph about two membersof your family. Include name, age, physical characteristics, occupation, possessions and likes. (4 marks)a. Where is Nancy from? i. Asia. ii. Australia. iii. America.Holidayb. How many brothers and sisters does she have? i. One brother and two sisters. ii. Three brothers and two sisters. iii. Two brothers and one sister. c. What is her fathers occupation? i. Hes a taxi driver. ii. Hes a teacher. iii. Hes a school bus driver. d. Whats her mothers occupation? i. Shes a dancer. ii. Shes a shop assistant. iii. Shes a housewife.Work out your score and read about your result3 Read the sentences and write T (True) or F(False). Correct the false sentences.(6 marks; 2 each false sentence, 1 each true sentence)a. __________ Gina is in Iquique. . b. __________ Toms playing with a friend. . c. __________ Ginas listening to the radio. . d. __________ Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea. .16 to 23 correct answersFAIRLesson 10 to 15 correct answersHELP!Language6 Match each adjective with its opposite.(3.5 marks; 0.5 each)Reading1. young 2. short (hair) 3. short (person) 4. fat 5. cold 6. blonde (hair) 7. old (thing)thin old hot black new tall longTotal score: 28 marks219 Read the postcard, and then organise the information in the chart. (7.5 marks, 0.5 each)4 Put the words in order to make a correctquestion.(3 marks, 1 each)24 to 28 correct answersEXCELLENTYou have not understood an important part of the contents, Study, get some help, and then do the exercises again. You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. Revise the contents. You can do much better! You have learnt all or almost all the contents in the unit. Very good! Keep up the good work!PEOPLE AT ThE vILLAGEBefore reading1 Answer these questions inyour group.swimming poola. Do you participate in any activities in English? b. Do you speak English outside the classroom? c. Can you introduce yourself in English?Unit 1Dear Ed, Im sitting on the beach, eating an ice-cream. Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea and Toms in the park. Hes playing with a friend. Pedros listening to the radio and reading. Were having a fantastic holiday. Dichatos a little shing village and its very quiet. Everybody heres very happy. We are very happy, too! This is our second holiday this year and were doing just what we want to do: sleeping, eating, and playing games. The food is lovely, too. Hope you can come here soon. Love, Ginaa. that ? tall Who boy is A: B: Hes my brother. b. Joes How is father old? A: B: Hes 44. c. the Who those are in people ? living room A: B: They are my friends from Argentina.2 Look at the illustration andsingingfind the following:Activities Carolina Students The English Village Tutorsvegetables36thirty-sixthirty-seven373 Have a quick look at the texton page 15 and underline the cognates. Can you guess what the text is about? Compare ideas with your partner. a. Its about an English magazine.sheepAt the end of every unit, there is a formal test that includes the contents of the whole unit, assessing reading and listening comprehension. It also includes a rubric that will tell you in detail what you have done well and what you need to improve.b. Its about the English Village. c. Its about a place to practise sports.IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:extract specic information from an informative text; listen to an interview exchanging personal information; repeat numbers and reproduce an interview; complete a written text with personal information.14fourteenReading lessons with activities to help you to understand a written text and learn English.4foursynthesisRead this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 3 and 4: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information. Identify speakers. Relate oral and written texts. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information in a text. Identify correct information. Writing skills Complete paragraphs. Complete sentences. Write a paragraph. Oral production Listen and repeat a conversation. Listen and repeat expressions. Sing a song. Language and vocabulary Ask questions with Who. Express possession. Describe people. Values Characteristics of good friends.Exercise PagechEck your progrEssLessons 3 & 4 Language YES NO a. There are six people in my family. ___ ___(5 marks)glossaryEnglishPASTE PICTURE herespanish1 Match the opposites.similar old fat black short blonde thin young tall differentb. My mother is very short. c. My sister isnt very happy. d. My sisters hair is red.___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ICONS AND SECTIONShairpeloListening4Writing17 Listen to the conversation about the soap opera again, and write the missing (4 marks) expressions.funPASTE PICTURE hEREdivertido / a2 Describe these people.(2 marks)Tom: __________________. Judy: A new soap opera. Its about three friends. Tom: __________________. Tom: I have two tickets for the latest comedy with Corbin Bleu and Ashley Tisdale. Judy: _____________________. Tom: Do you want to go, Judy? Judy: _________________.PASTEnicePICTURE heresimptico / aShe has _______________________ and _______________________. He has _______________________ and _______________________.PASTEsamePICTURE heremismo / ago to page 133reading316 Read the text and answer Yes or No. (2 marks)speakingverbsInfinitive have enjoy past had enjoyed spanish tener disfrutarNot too badcheck with your teacher and find your score:There are six people in my family. My fathers a shop assistant. Hes 38 years old. My mothers 37 and shes very tall. I have two brothers and one sister. My brothers are Simon and Charles. My little sisters names Roxanne. Shes very sweet. She likes playing with her dolls all day! Her hairs black and her eyes are green. Shes very happy!5 Sing the song The More We Get Together toyour classmates.help! greatListening lessonUnit 1Reading lesson0 - 2: Oh! Oh! Oh! 3 - 6: Fair 7 - 9: Good 10 - 13: ExcellentToTAL:32thirty-twothirty-three33Synthesis: at the end of two lessons, this section will help you to reflect on what you have done, and the abilities you have developed, identifying the activities that contributed in this process. Check your progress: this is a formal test to evaluate how you are doing. Your results will tell you what you need to improve and what you have done well. Glossary: your personal word list made with picture cut-outs that you have to find and stick next to the corresponding word. Verbs: important verbs from the lessons are listed here.1Activities for fast learners or keener students. All the material for the listening tasks.FUN, FUN, FUN1 Find these words in the Word Search puzzle.big old D R O N X N E M blonde short G L I T D U D I T C O A V F N G E R T L U N O J fat tall M A O L T S L D F F V H G H B Q fun thin O C X B S B I G nice young G N U O Y H P NFUN FU N, FUN,3 Unscramble the words to nd what thepictures show.BBAY RBRHTOEUE d. CL4 Possessions. Circle the tick or the cross andwrite sentences about what you have / dont have (pets, TV, sister, grandparents, football, brother).________ _________________UE e. CL______________________________LANGUAGE FORMAnalysis and discovery of a key grammatical item.12RTTOU_________________________ ______________________________2 Follow the clues and complete all thesteps of the ladder from start to nish.FINISHe. She __________ __________. d. They _________ from _________. c. He __________ __________. b. They _________ from _________. a. I ________ from __________. KBCLA RHIA WOT SFDRNIEUE a. CL________ _______________________________________________UE b. CLIVEFSTTIECK________________________________________ _______________UE c. CL____________________________________________________________thirty-five34thirty-four3528-11-12 12:24Unit 113START_____________ ____________PROJECTGames to help you to practise and share with your friends.U1 SB ING6 (01-37).indd 34-35Collaborative work to help you to put into practice the language you have learnt.Self EvaluationThere are three different levels: Yes: Your performance was very good. Mm: Your performance was OK, but it could have been better. No: You need to review the contents.fiveSmall pictures representing important words that you have to find and stick next to the corresponding word in the glossary.5PLAN OF ThE BOOkUnit 1Unit 2Unit 2 Extra curricular activities . . . . . . 38 What do you know? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Lesson 1. Join the activities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Lesson 2. Which ones? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . 50 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51 Lesson 3. Come to our party . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52 Lesson 4. At the party. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . 60 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Fun, fun, fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Final Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64Unit 1 People around us . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 What do you know? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Lesson 1. People at the village . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Lesson 2. I miss you . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . 22 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Lesson 3. My temporary family. . . . . . . . . . . 24 Lesson 4. Best friends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . 32 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Fun, fun, fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Final Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 366sixUnit 3Unit 3 Holidays and Special Events . . . 66 What do you know? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Lesson 1. Celebrating National Holidays. . 70 Lesson 2. The Interactive Museum . . . . . . . 74 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . 78 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Lesson 3. Special Holidays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Lesson 4. Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . 88 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89 Fun, fun, fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90 Final Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92Unit 4 Past Days. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 94 What do you know? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96 Lesson 1. Last Weekend Activities . . . . . . . . 98 Lesson 2. An Unforgettable Experience. . 102 Synthesis Lessons 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106 Check your progress Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . 106 Glossary Lesson 1 and 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Lesson 3. Legends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 108 Lesson 4. Going to the City . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 Synthesis Lessons 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Check your progress Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . 116 Glossary Lesson 3 and 4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Fun, fun, fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118 Final Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 Answers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122 Thematic Index. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 129 Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 130 Cut-outs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133sevenUnit 47gymswimming poolfootball fieldpicnic area8eightcafeteriacabinsrecreational facilitiesfruit and vegetable gardenTHE ENGLISH VILLAGEWOME T ELC Oanimal farmnine9Unit 1PEOPLE AROUND USLEARNING OBJECTIvES ReadingOral ExpressionWritten expressionYou will use dierent strategies to read and understand a magazine article. an e-mail.ListeningYou will: talk about likes and preferences. describe personal characteristics. express feelings. reproduce chants and tongue twisters.You will use dierent strategies to listen and understand a telephone conversation. a soap opera.You will: complete a paragraph and sentences expressing feelings. write sentences expressing likes and preferences. write about your possessions. write questions with Who.10tengrandfather! EADY hats the R T E G w nds? LETS r opinion, ly and frie s. nce you ami1. In rtance of f ual diere impo ave individ at? all h ct th 2. We ld we respe English ot? Shou n n a y h n i W ve Why?/ ou like to li ? y uld time 3. Wo e for some e Villag hy not? Can you nam W . Why?/ the pictures Write the ers? k at 4. Loo mily memb s. the fa n the boxe i nameseleven11Unit 1Lesson 1What do you know?Lesson 2PEOPLE AT ThE vILLAGEI MISS YOU1 Complete this dialogue._______, Peter. How are you? ______________! ______________, thanks. And you?1 Make sentences with like, usingthe picture. a. I like b. c.2 Write a sentence about somethingyou like. Example: I like fruit.2 Correct the mistake in each sentence.a. I is at school.3 What numbers are these?Three = Eight = ____________ ____________b. We am happy.Sixteen = ____________ Twenty = ____________ Twelve = ____________ Five = ____________c. It are a toy.d. He arent happy.e. They isnt cats.12twelveLesson 3MY TEMPORARY FAMILYLesson 4BEST FRIENDS1 Can you complete these sentences?a. Im Pablo. ____________ family is big. b. Susanas at home now. ____________ sister is at school. c. Alan lives in a flat with ____________ father.1 Complete the questions below withWhat, When, or Where. a. ________ are you doing? b. ________ is your birthday? c. ________ were you born? In Concepcion? d. ________ was she born? In 1993? e. ________ is your name? Justin? f. ________ are you from? Puerto Aysen?2 Look at the objects in the pictures andwrite a description. Example: The pencil is red. a.2 Circle the picture that does notcorrespond in the series. a.b.c.d. b. e.thirteen13Unit 1Lesson 1PEOPLE AT ThE vILLAGEBefore reading1 Answer these questions inyour group.swimming poola. Do you participate in any activities in English? b. Do you speak English outside the classroom? c. Can you introduce yourself in English?2 Look at the illustration andsingingfind the following:Activities Carolina Students The English Village Tutorsvegetables3 Have a quick look at the texton page 15, and underline the cognates. Can you guess what the text is about? Compare ideas with your partner. a. Its about an English magazine.sheepb. Its about the English Village. c. Its about a place to practise sports.IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:extract specic information from an informative text. listen to an interview exchanging personal information. repeat numbers and reproduce an interview. complete a written text with personal information.14fourteenReading2THE ENG LISH VILL AGE MAG AZIN El place to practise English. The English Village is a farm located in Santiago, Chile. Its a specia the tutors are English, Here, all the activities are in English, and the students are from Chile; nt. American, and Australian. There are forty-ve students at the mome ts said: Our reporter asked: Please, introduce yourself. Some of the studenHello. Im Gonzalo. Im Chilean. Im 12. Im very happy today.Hello. Im Carolina. Im in 6th grade. Im 11 years old. Im very happy, too.Hello. Im Macarena. Im 12 years old. Im also in 6th grade. Im not happy today. Im very sad.Hi! Im Pablo. Im 11. Im angry today. My favourite tutor is not here.." Then, our reporter asked: "Please, tell us about the English Village at weekends, but its noisy very .""Its Village h Some participants said: "I love the Englis generally quiet.""The tutors are fun and friendly."4 Read the text and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 5 Read the text again and choose the best alternative to complete each sentence.a. The events are: i. in English. b. The tutors are from: i. the United States. c. The English Village is: i. noisy everyday. ii. in English and Spanish. ii. English-speaking countries. ii. a lovely place. iii. in Spanish. iii. Chile. iii. generally a quiet place.6 Fill in the chart with the students information.Name Gonzalo 11 Chilean Angry Age Nationality Feelings7 Read the text again and choose the best title for the article.a.Learn about the English Villageb. ENGLISH AT THE ENGLISH VILLAGEUnit 1fifteenc.the participants at the english Village15After reading LANGUAGE FORMVery + Adjectives1. Notice these sentences from the text. a. Im very happy today. b. Im very sad. 2. Revise these forms: Im / Hes / Shes / Its / Youre / Were / Theyre + name, age, nationality + characteristics + feelings. Example: This is Alice. Shes ten years old. Shes Chilean. Shes very tall. Shes very quiet. 3. Find two more examples in the text.8 Unscramble the adjectives.ISYON PYPAH TIQUE ADS NYGRA9 Ask two friends about their feelings and complete the chart. a.Write full sentences in your notebook. Example: Peter is very angry today.Name Friend 1 Friend 2Feelings (angry, happy, etc.)b.Answer. How are you today? 10Match the people, their nationality and their country.Example: Harry Potter is British. Hes from Britain.BritishChileanAmericanSpanishSpanishChileSpain 13.thirteen 14.fourteen 15.fifteen 16.sixteen 17.seventeen 18.eighteenThe United States 19. nineteen 20.twenty 21. twenty - one 22.twenty - two 30.thirty 40.fortyBritain 50. fifty 60. sixty 70. seventy 80. eighty 90. ninety 100.one hundred113 Listen and repeat these numbers.1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.one two three four five six7. seven 8. eight 9. nine 10.ten 11. eleven 12.twelve16sixteen124 Listen and read this interview. Replace the underlined parts with your own informationand then, role play the conversation with your partner. Reporter: Tony: Reporter: Tony: Reporter: Tutor: Reporter: Tutor: Reporter: Tutor: Reporter: Tutor: Reporter: Tutor: Hello. Hi. Whats your name? Im Tony Wilson. How old are you, Tony? Im eighteen. What nationality are you? Im American. Are you happy? Yes, I am! Whos that? Thats Pablo. Hes very angry today. Oh!... Well, thank you very much. Youre welcome.13 Write about Macarena and Gonzalo.This is and Macarena Macarena is . eleven, too. They are students at the English , but Gonzalo isP R O J Eis .and Gonzalo . .C TSelf EvaluationWrite three words to express feelings: , Complete this dialogue. A: Hi! ! ? B: A: Im Sandra Evans. Tick according to your performance.YES MM NOCreate your school magazine Work in groups of three students. 1. Write a name for your school English magazine. 2. Interview two people in your school. Include questions about their feelings. 3. Put the information of your interviews on a piece of cardboard. 4. Add pictures. 5. Display it on a notice board. 6. Is it useful to be able to give personal information? Why?seventeen17Unit 1I MISS YOUoffice Dad Mum1 What member of your familywould you like to phone? Answer this question and tick your choices. ____ My dad ____ My mum ____ My grandparents (grandpa and granny) ____ My sister ____ My brotherIN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:Grandson2 Look at the picture. Match thea. Dadlisten and show comprehension of a telephone conversation. read and show comprehension of sentences showing appreciation. reproduce a telephone conversation orally. complete sentences with language structures, supported by pictures.Lesson 2Before listeningpeople (a d) with their likes (i iv). i. books ii. his work iii. homework iv. the libraryGrandmab. Grandma and her grandson c. Grandpa d. The girl3 Susan is phoning home, inEngland. Predict who is going to answer the phone. a. Her brother. b. Her father.Grandpac. Her mother. d. Her sister.18eighteenListening4 55 Listen to the telephone conversation and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 5 Listen and choose the best alternative.a.Susans father is: c.Susans brother is:i. at home. i. at home.ii. at the library. ii. at the library. ii. at school.iii. at work. iii. with friends. iii. at work.b.Susans grandpa and granny are: i. at home.65 Listen again and number the sentences in the order you hear them.a.____ Hello, Paul. Its me. b.____ Im very well, thanks.c.____ Hi, sister! How are you? d.____ Hello, Paul Hardy speaking.After listening LANGUAGE FORM1. Read these sentences. I like the village very much. / They love people. Dad likes his work very much. / Susan loves Chile. 2. Complete. a.When we talk about he, she or it, we add _________ to the action. b.When we use the verb like, we can add _________ _________ to intensify the feeling.Like, love, and very7 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences using words from the box. very much like love loves likes very much lovesa.Dad ______________ computers ______________. b.Mum ______________ Dad. c.They ______________ libraries ______________. d.Susan ______________ Chile.nineteen19Unit 18 Classify these phrases in the chart below.Hi, sister Take care of yourself The English Village Likes Greetings hello Cousin Fine Saying good-bye Bye for now England and friends Family members sister State of being very well9 In groups, tick the sentences and expressions that show appreciation for the family members.Santiago is beautiful. I miss you a lot. How are mum and dad? Tell me about them. Give them all my love. They like books very much. What about grandpa and granny? Take care of yourself. Bye for now.106 Listen and repeat the sentences and expressions that show appreciation for thefamily members in Exercise 9.11Complete the sentences with like, love, and much.a.My dad _______ his TV, he _______ hot dogs very _______, and he _______ books.b.I _______ ice-cream very _______ and I _______ my bicycle and my videogames.20twenty127 Listen and repeat this telephone conversation. Then, change the underlined parts withyour own information and role play it. A: Hello. Sonia speaking. B: Hello, Sonia. Its me, Simon. A: Hi, Simon! How are you? B: Im very well, thanks. And you? A: Oh, Im very, very happy. 13Try to say this tongue twister.Grandma gathers great green grapes; Grandpa, grateful, gives her grapefruit.14Now you know how to express what you like! Draw yourself and a member of your family,and write two things you like and love. Circle He or She depending on the person. This is me. This is my ______________.I like ______________.He / She ______________.P R O J E C TSelf EvaluationYESmMNODoes Susan like Santiago? How are Susans mum and dad? Ask your partner the things he / she likes. Complete the sentence. . He / she Tick according to your performance. YES mM NODifferent people, different likes 1. Work in groups of three students. 2. Each student makes a list of likes for one of these groups: a. Children (1 to 12 years old). b. Parents. c. Grandparents. 3. Organise the information in a spidergram. 4. Display it on the notice board in your classroom.children parents grandparentstwenty-one21Unit 1synthesisRead this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 1 and 2: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information about a telephone conversation. Find cognates. Reading skills Answer questions about your use of English outside the classroom. Recognise cognates. Make and check predictions. Find specific information in a text. Writing skills Use specific vocabulary. Complete dialogues and sentences. Oral production Role play a dialogue giving personal information. Practise a telephone conversation. Listen and repeat sentences. Language and vocabulary Match words and pictures. Express likes. Complete sentences using he, she, it + an action. Values Appreciation for family members.Exercise Pagecheck your progressLessons 1 & 2 Listening18 Listen and choose the best alternative. (3 marks)a.The text you listened to is: i. an interview. ii. a play. iii.a telephone conversation. b.Carolina misses: i. her friends. ii. her family. iii.her pet. c.Susan tells Carolina to send her family: i. flowers. ii. a letter. ii. her love.Readingquestions.92 Read this postcard, and then answer theDear Mum and Dad, How are you? Are you happy in Santiago? The English Village is beautiful. Im very happy here. I have two new friends from Temuco and one from Arica. The tutors are from Australia, England, and the USA. See you in a week! Lots of love, Pedroa. Is Pedro happy? b. Where is he? c. Are the tutors from Temuco?(3 marks, 1 each)22twenty-twoglossaryWritingEnglishPASTE PICTURE hereSpanish3 Give information about your school and aclassmate. Complete the paragraph. (7 marks)librarybibliotecaThe ___________________ (your schools name) is a school located in __________ , __________. The teachers and the students are ___________________ (nationality). ______________ (a students name) is ___________________ (age). He / she is in _____ th grade. fortyPASTE PICTURE herecuarentaSpeakinggrannyPASTE PICTURE hereabuelita4 Number these sentences in a logical order.Substitute the underlined information and practise the telephone conversation with your partner. (5 marks)PASTEbeautifulPICTURE herebonito / ao Go t 3 13 page___ Ill ring her later. Bye for now, Paul. ___ Hello, Paul, Im Sally. Is Mum there? ___ Bye and take care of yourself. ___ No, shes at the supermarket. ___ Hello, Paul Hardy speaking.Help! Fair Very good!verbsInfinitive can like miss give Spanish poder gustar echar de menos dartwenty-threeCheck with your teacher and find your score: 0 - 5: 5 -10: 11 -16: 17 -18: Help! Fair Good ExcellentTOTAL:23Unit 1Lesson 3MY TEMPORARY FAMILYBefore reading1 In your group, talk aboute-mails, letters, and cards you have written or received.2 Look at the people in thepicture and write the physical characteristics.young short short hair long hair fat old tall thin blonde hair black hair3 Look at the text on page 25and identify the type of text. a. A poster. b. A letter. c. An e-mail.4 You are going to read amessage Gonzalo sent to his family. Tick the questions that you think the text will answer. How old are Gonzalos family members?IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:How old are Gonzalos friends at his cabin? Who are the people in Gonzalos temporary family?read and show comprehension of an e-mail. listen and show comprehension of a conversation describing people physically. role play a dialogue describing people. write about possessions.24twenty-fourReading10Gonzalo Soto Contrerass family My groupDear family, This e-mail is to tell you about my temporary family in the English Village. We are five people in our cabin. Our tutors name is Tony Wilson. Hes from the USA. Hes young; hes 18 years old and hes a student of Business Administration at New York State University. Hes tall and thin and has blonde hair. I have a room with Eduardo. Hes 12 and hes from La Serena. Eduardos short and thin. Toms is another student in our cabin. Hes eleven and hes from Concepcin. Pablos from Coyhaique. Hes tall and a little fat. His hairs short and black (see photos). We are all good friends and we are enjoying our stay. Love Gonzalo5 Read the text and check your predictions in Exercise 4. Underline the answers. 6 Read the e-mail and copy the sentence that contains the main idea.7 Fill in the gaps with the corresponding information from the text.a. Tonys b. Eduardos ____________________ and ______________________________. ____________________ and ______________________________.c. Pablos hairs ____________________ and ______________________________.8 Write True (T) or False (F) next to each statement.a. ___ There are five people in Gonzalos temporary family. b. ___ Eduardos from Coyhaique. c. ___ The tutors names Willy. d. ___ The students are Chilean and Canadian.Unit 1twenty-five25After reading LANGUAGE FORMPossessive adjectives1. Notice these sentences from the text. We are four people in our cabin. / Our tutors names Tony Wilson. 2. Study these sentences. My friends are from Chile. Your mother is tall. His sister is beautiful. Her brother is very happy. Our family is in Santiago. Their names are Paula and Sergio. 3. Circle the correct option to complete the grammar rule. We have to use a noun before / after the possessive adjective.9 Order the words below to make sentences.a.in b.the c.are his friends house Rauls in . have our we bikes garden in . books my are bedroom my .10Complete these sentences using: my, your, his, her, our, their.a.We like apples, but ________________ parents dont like them. b.The children are playing with ________________ toy train. c.Im very happy now, but ________________ sister is sad. d.You live in Santiago and ________________ friend lives in Santiago, too. e.Peter and you are at school. ________________ mum is at home. f. Chris is eleven. ________________ sister is eleven, too. g.Alice is in Arica now. ________________ family is in Rancagua.11Play Memory Chain. First only listen and then listen and repeat. Pay special attention to theintonation of the longer sentences. Student 1: I have a friend. Student 2: I have a friend and a room. Student 3: I have a friend, a room, and a cabin. Student 4: I have a friend, a room, a cabin, and a tutor. Student 5: I have a friend, a room, a cabin, a tutor, and a family.26twenty-six1211 Listen to these words and repeat them.Sue zoobuses buzzespeace peaspens pence13Draw two people in your family to illustratesome physical characteristics.14Substitute the underlined parts according to your drawing. Role play the conversation with your partner. A: Whos that boy? B: Take a guess! A: I dont know. B: Look. Hes twelve and hes short and thin. A: I know! Thats Eduardo! B: No, hes our new friend in the cabin. A: Ah! Thats Alex.12 Listen to the conversation and repeat.15Writing a short paragraph! In your notebook, write a paragraph about five things you have inyour bedroom, following these basic writing steps: - Make a list of the things you are going to write about. - Write a draft of the paragraph on a separate sheet of paper, clearly stating the order of your ideas (beginning, middle, end). - Write a definite version of the paragraph and ask your teacher to correct it. - Finally, read it aloud in front of the class or publish it in your classroom.Self EvaluationMatch the people to their ages, according to the text you read. Tony Eduardo Toms 11 12 18 Make a list of three things you have in your school bag. Talk about them with a classmate. Write a sentence using a possessive adjective. . Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECTtwenty-seven27Unit 1mMNOTwo families 1. Work in groups of three students. 2.Find information about a family (number of people, possessions, members names, ages, physical characteristics, and occupations). 3. Organise the information on a piece of cardboard and make an attractive poster. 4. Describe the family to another group. 5. Compare both families. 6. Which family do you prefer? Why? 7. In which situations can you describe your family?Lesson 4BEST FRIENDSBefore listeningfootball1 Tick the main characteristics ofa good friend. Compare the answers in your group. ____ honest ____ loyal ____ handsome ____ famousIN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:listen and show comprehension of a soap opera extract. sing a song and reproduce a dialogue. complete and produce a paragraph, and make a card. read and show comprehension of sentences and of a dialogue.____ similar likes ____ fun ____ other2 Look at the picture and circlethe interests people share.tennis football comedies computers food walking music shopping TV programmescomedies3 You will listen to a part of asoap opera called Best Friends. Predict the main characters. a. Two men and a woman b. A man and a womanTV programmesc. Two women and a man28twenty-eightListening4 513 Listen and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 13 Listen again and choose the best alternative.a.Judys interests are: c.Judy and Tom enjoy:i.tennis and films. i.action films.ii. soccer and tennis. iii. tennis and comedies. ii. tennis. iii. comedies.b.Judy and Gordon have: i.the same interests. ii. different interests. iii. similar likes.613 Who said these sentences, Tom, Gordon, or Judy? Write the name next to each sentence.a.____________ : Whos your best friend, Gordon? b.____________ : Judy, of course! c.____________ : That sounds great. d.____________ : Id love to! e.____________ : Whos Corbin Black? f. ____________ : Can I go with you?713 Listen to the first part of the soap opera again and find five differences between what you hear and this text.Speaker A: Speaker B: Speaker C: Speaker A:Who are you talking about? Best friends. Friends, yeah! And, whos your best classmate, Gordon?Speaker C: Judy, sure! Shes my best friend, because we read about many things and we share the same sports.After listening8 Do you think Judy, Tom, and Gordon are good friends? Yes? No? Why?LANGUAGE FORM1. 2. 3. Questions with WhoNotice this question from the text. Whos your best friend, Gordon? Study these examples. Whos Corbin Black? An actor. Whos Mario Rodrguez? Hes my father. Complete. We use who when we want to ask about _______________________________________.Unit 1twenty-nine299 Answer the questions with Selena Gomez, Alexis Snchez or Corbin Bleu.Whos this young man? Whos this woman? Whos this football player?10Draw two members of your family and write questions and answers about them, followingthe example in Exercise 9.Whos ________________? He / She is my ________________.____________________________? ____________________________.1114 First only listen, and then listen and repeat these expressions.What are you talking about?Very interesting!That sounds great!Id love to!1214 Use the information in the box to complete and act out this conversation with your partner.a.Listen, check, and then repeat. b.Role play it. I have two tickets to meet the actors. Do you want to meet them? A new soap opera. Its about three friends.A: What are you talking about? B: A: Very interesting! B: A: That sounds great! B: A: Id love to! . . .30thirty1315 First, listen and repeat the lyrics. Then, sing the song!The More We Get TogetherThe more we get together, together, together. The more we get together, The happier we'll be. Cause your friends are my friends, And my friends are your friends. The more we get together, the happier we'll be!14Write a paragraph in your notebook about your favourite famous person. Include:Name Age Characteristics (fun, intelligent, etc.) Likes (sports, computers, etc.)15Ask and answer these questions with your partner. . . .P R O J E C Ta.Who is the president of your country? b.Who is Barack Obama? He is c.________ is your best friend? Self EvaluationWhat interest (s) do you share with your best friend? Write a question with Who. Ask your partner. Sing the song in Exercise 13 again. Tick according to your performance. YES?A person I admire 1. Think about a person you admire. 2. Draw a picture of him / her. Include name, age, class, why he / she is your best friend (because he / she is / has / likes _______). 3. Make a card with the paragraph, and add nice decorations. 4. Show it to some classmates. 5. Why do you admire this person? Explain.thirty-one31Unit 1mMNOsynthesisRead this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 3 and 4: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information. Identify speakers. Relate oral and written texts. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information in a text. Identify correct information. Writing skills Complete paragraphs. Complete sentences. Write a paragraph. Oral production Listen and repeat a conversation. Listen and repeat expressions. Sing a song. Language and vocabulary Ask questions with Who. Express possession. Describe people. Values Characteristics of good friends.Exercise Pagecheck your progressLessons 3 & 4 Language1 Match the opposites.similarblonde oldthin fatyoung blacktall shortdifferent(5 marks)Writing2 Describe these people.(2 marks)She has _______________________ and _______________________. He has _______________________ and _______________________.Reading316 Read the text and answer Yes or No. (2 marks)There are six people in my family. My fathers a shop assistant. Hes 38 years old. My mothers 37 and shes very tall. I have two brothers and one sister. My brothers are Simon and Charles. My little sisters names Roxanne. Shes very sweet. She likes playing with her dolls all day! Her hairs black and her eyes are green. Shes very happy!32thirty-twoglossary b.My mother is very short. c.My sister isnt very happy. d.My sisters hair is red. YES NO ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ EnglishPASTE PICTURE hereSpanisha.There are six people in my family. ___ ___ hair peloListening417 Listen to the conversation about thefunPASTE PICTURE heredivertido / asoap opera again, and write the missing (4 marks) expressions.Tom:__________________. Judy:A new soap opera. Its about three friends. Tom: __________________. Tom:I have two tickets for the latest comedy with Corbin Bleu and Ashley Tisdale. Judy: _____________________. Tom: Do you want to go, Judy? Judy: _________________.PASTEnicePICTURE heresimptico / aPASTEsamePICTURE heremismo / ao pa Go t ge 1 33SpeakingverbsInfinitive have enjoy Past had enjoyed Spanish tener disfrutar5 Sing the song The More We Get Together toyour classmates.Help!Not too badGreatCheck with your teacher and find your score:thirty-three33Unit 1 0 - 2: 3- 6: 7 - 9: 10 -13: Oh! Oh! Oh! Fair Good ExcellentTOTAL:FUN, F UN, FUN1 Find these words in the Word Search puzzle.big old D R O N X N E M blonde short G L I T D U D I T C O A V F N G E R T L U N O J fat tall M A O L T S L D F F V H G H B Q fun thin O C X B S B I G nice young G N U O Y H P NUE d. CLUE e. CL122 Follow the clues and complete all thesteps of the ladder from start to finish.FINISHe. She __________ __________. d. They _________ from _________. c. He __________ __________. b. They _________ from _________. a. I ________ from __________.UE a. CLUE b. CLUE c. CL13START34thirty-fourUN F , N FU FUN,3 Unscramble the words to find what thepictures show.bBAY RBRHTOE4 Possessions. Circle the tick or the cross andwrite sentences about what you have / dont have (pets, TV, sister, grandparents, football, brother).________ _______________________________________________RTTOU_________________________ ______________________________WOTSFDRNIE________ _______________________________________________IVEFSTTIECK________________________________________ _____________________________________________KBCLA RHIA Unit 1_____________ ____________ ______________________________thirty-five35FINAL TESTListening118 Listen and choose the correct answer. (4 marks)ActivitiesPlacesFeelingsFooda. Where is Nancy from? i. Asia. ii. Australia. iii. America.holidayb. How many brothers and sisters does she have? i. One brother and two sisters. ii. Three brothers and two sisters. iii. Two brothers and one sister. c. What is her fathers occupation? i. Hes a taxi driver. ii. Hes a teacher. iii. Hes a school bus driver. d. Whats her mothers occupation? i. Shes a dancer. ii. Shes a shop assistant. iii. Shes a housewife.3 Read the sentences and write T (True) or F(False). Correct the false sentences.(6 marks; 2 each false sentence, 1 each true sentence)a. __________ Gina is in Iquique. . b. __________ Toms playing with a friend. . c. __________ Ginas listening to the radio. . d. __________ Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea. .Reading219 Read the postcard, and then organisethe information in the chart.(7.5 marks, 0.5 each)Dear Ed, Im sitting on the beach, eating an ice-cream. Alicia and Gabriel are swimming in the sea and Toms in the park. Hes playing with a friend. Pedros listening to the radio and reading. Were having a fantastic holiday. Dichatos a little shing village and its very quiet. Everybody heres very happy. We are very happy, too! This is our second holiday this year and were doing just what we want to do: sleeping, eating, and playing games. The food is lovely, too. Hope you can come here soon. Love, Gina4 Put the words in order to make a correctquestion.(3 marks, 1 each)a. that ? tall Who boy is A: B: Hes my brother. b. Joes How is father old? A: B: Hes 44. c. the Who those are in people ? living room A: B: They are my friends from Argentina.36thirty-sixWritingSpeakingTalk about your family with your partner. Take turns to ask and answer 2 different questions about your family.Help! Fair Very good!5 Write a paragraph about two membersof your family. Include name, age, physical characteristics, occupation, (4 marks) possessions and likes. Work out your score and read about your result 0 to 15 correct answers HELP! You have not understood an important part of the contents, Study, get some help, and then do the exercises again. You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. Revise the contents. You can do much better! You have learnt all or almost all the contents in the unit. Very good! Keep up the good work!16 to 23 correct answersFAIRLanguage6 Match each adjective with its opposite. (3.5 marks; 0.5 each)1. youngthin 2. short (hair) 3. short (person) old hot24 to 28 correct answers EXCELLENT4. fatblack 5. coldnew 6. blonde (hair) 7. old (thing) tall longTotal score: 28 marksthirty-seven37Unit 1Unit 2EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIvITIESLEARNING OBJECTIvESReadingOral ExpressionWritten expressionYou will use dierent strategies to read and understand an announcement. an invitation to a party.ListeningYou will use dierent strategies to listen and understand a conversation about extra-curricular activities. a conversation at a party.You will talk about extra-curricular activities. express preferences. ask and answer questions about future events. talk about events happening at the moment.You will complete an invitation. write sentences using new vocabulary. write about obligations. write about what people are doing.38thirty-eightLETS GET READY!1.What are the benefits of extra-curricular activities at school? 2.Do you ever send or receive invitations? When? 3.What are the characteristics of a good party? 4.Look at the picture. What are the children doing? Write the names of the activities in the boxes.thirty-nine39Unit 2Lesson 1What do you know?Lesson 2JOIN ThE ACTIvITIES!WhICh ONES?1 Which of these are instructions?Complete the spidergram.Open the book. - Write your name. I like apples. - You live in Santiago. Stand up. - You watch TV. Show me your pencil. My name is Paula.1 Put the words in order to form sentences. like I black dont notebook your my I like bicycle new2 Make a list of your favourite possessionsand draw them. Example: I have a computer.Instructions2 Match the instructions to the pictures.a. Cook.a.b. b. Make your bed. c. c. Clean. d. d. Do the shopping.40fortyLesson 3COME TO OUR PARTYLesson 4AT ThE PARTY1 Look at the pictures and answer: Whatdo you do at the weekends?I___________________ ___________________ ___________________1 Write a list of food you can buy atthe supermarket. a. ___________ b. ___________ c. ___________ d. ___________I___________________ ___________________ ___________________2 What questions can you ask somebodyyou meet for the first time? Write them on the lines.1 1? ?2I___________________ ___________________ ___________________2? ?I___________________ ___________________ ___________________2 Write the missing numbers.Ten, twenty,_________, forty,_________, _________, ________, eighty, ________, _________.forty-one41Unit 2Lesson 1JOIN ThE ACTIvITIESBefore reading1 Write three extracurricularactivities offered at your school.swimming pool2 Which of these activities canyou find in the picture? Mark with a tick (). a.singingcooking dancing drawing gardening playing cards playing the guitar reading singing swimmingb. c. d. e. f.vegetablesg. h. i.3 Choose the best definition.A team is a group of people who:sheepIN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:a. choose the winners of a festival (the champions). b. do something as a group (play football, sing, prepare a sketch). c. live in the same house.show comprehension of an announcement. listen and repeat a tongue twister. repeat words and reproduce a dialogue. complete a written text with instructions. express obligation. tell the time.4 Predict what the text on page43 is going to be about.42forty-twoReading29vities at The English Villa Join the following extra-curricular acti 3. Baby Football Championship 2. Song Festival 1. Sketch Presentation ds and register for one event. You have to get together with five frien w: This is the process you have to follo very much; a. you have to select one event you like l; ds, so your team is six people in tota b. you have to form a team with five frien rs, for example, The dolphins, The tige c. you have to give your team a name, The champions, etc.; ; d. you have to get a tutor to help you the Directors secretary; e. you have to register with Mrs Elliot, g, or train to play baby football; f. you have to prepare a sketch or a son the g in the final event or participate in g. you have to present the play or son . championship; All the activities have to be in Englishth 6 p.m. The events are on February 15 at! AT T E N T I O N , V I L L AG E S T U D E N T S A N D T U TO R S ge.5 Read the announcement and check your prediction in Exercise 4. 6 Read the text again. Can you find the extra-curricular activities you listed in Exercise 1 in TheEnglish Village announcement?7 Read the text again and complete the chart with the following information.sketch presentationsix studentsMrs Elliot 15th Februarysong festivalbaby- football championship6:00 pm Activities Students in a team Registration with Date of events Time of events8 Read the text once more. Are these statements true or false?a. The students have to participate in two activities. b.The tutors have to select one event. c. The activities have to be in English. d.Mrs Elliott is the director.T Fforty-three43Unit 2After reading LANGUAGE FORMThe timeLANGUAGE FORM1. Read these sentences from the text and other examples. a. The events are at 6 pm. b. I get up at 7:15. c. We finish classes at 3:45. d. My sister goes to bed at 8:30. e. The English class starts at 9:20. f. The sketch presentation is at 4:50. 2. Choose an expression to replace the times in bold in Point 1. Half past eight Twenty past nine A quarter to four Six oclock Ten to five A quarter past sevenHave to 1. Read these sentences from the text. Pay attention to the words in bold. a. First, you have to select one event you like very much. b. Next, you have to form a team with five friends, six in total. c. Then, you have to give your team a name. 2. Circle the correct option. Have to is used to express___________. a. possession. b. obligation. c.contradiction.9 Write three things that you have to do every day.a. b. c. 10What time is it? Draw the hands in the clocks.Its three oclock.Its quarter past two.Its half past twelve.Its quarter to nine.11Ask and answer these questions with your partner.1.What do you have to do at: a.seven oclock in the morning? b.ten past four in the afternoon? 2.What time do you have to do your homework? 3.What time is it? 44forty-four1230 Listen and repeat this dialogue.Student Tutor: Student: Tutor: Student: Tutor: Student: Tutor:I want to participate in an extra-curricular activity. Well, you have to select an event and register with the secretary. And then? You have to participate in the final event. What time are the events? Theyre at six pm. OK. Thank you very much. Youre welcome.1331 Listen and repeat this tongue twister as fast as possible!Thelma sings the theme song.THELMA SINGS THE THEME SONG.Thelma sings the theme song.14 Now you can write an invitation! Complete this invitation and then write one for a differentevent in your notebook, following the writing steps on Page 27.e in the Song Do you want to participatWhen? On What time? At You You Then, you it by e-mail.read the Festiva the lyrics and the music. to practise the song and. . rnet. l regulations on the InteFestival this year?PROJECTSelf EvaluationWho is the announcement addressed to? How many events can the participants select? Ask your partner the time. Tick according to your performance.YES MM NOCreate your announcement 1. Find out what extra-curricular activities your school offers. 2. Form groups of five students and choose one of the activities. 3. Write the instructions to join the activity. 4. Get together with the other groups and make a set of brochures to promote the different activities. 5. Display the brochures in a visible place in your classroom. Are you able to understand your own brochure?forty-five45Unit 2WhICh ONES?IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:show comprehension of a conversation. reproduce a dialogue. pronounce the letter o in dierent ways. express preferences.1 Look at the picture and answerthe questions. a. Whos in the picture? i. The tutors, the girls, and the boys. ii. The girls and the boys. iii.The tutors. b. What are they doing? i. They are acting. ii. They are reading. iii. They are dancing.ATTENTION, VILLAGE STUDENTS AND TUTORS!Join the following extra-curricular activities at The English Village.1. Sketch Presentation Championship 2. Song Festival 3. Baby FootballYou have to get together with five friends and register for one event. This is the process you have to follow: a. you have to select one event you like very much; b. you have to form a team with five friends, so your team is six people in total; c. you have to give your team a name, for example, The dolphins, The tigers, The champions, etc.; d. you have to get a tutor to help you; e. you have to register with Mrs Elliot, the Directors secretary; f. you have to prepare a sketch or a song, or train to play baby football; g. you have to present the play or song in the final event or participate in the championship;2 Answer with a (Yes, I do), or a(No, I dont). a. Do you sing? b. Do you want to sing in English? c. Do you act? d. Do you want to act in a play in English? e. Do you play football? ____ ____ ____ ____ ____All the activities have to be in English. The events are on February 15th at 6 p.m.3 Carolina, Macarena, Gonzalo,and Pablo choose one extra activity. Which ones? Write the childrens names. a. Acting in a theatre play b. Playing baby-football c. Singing a song -46forty-sixLesson 2Before listeningListening4 532 Listen and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 32 Listen and choose the best option (i iii) to complete the sentences (a b).a.Pablo and Gonzalo mention other boys i.to form a team. ii. to act in a play. iii. to sing in a festival.b.Carolina selects her activity because i.she is an actress. ii.she is happy. iii. she is with Macarena.632 Cross out what is NOT said in the conversation.a.I want to act with Carolina. / I want to act with Macarena. b.Im an amateur actress. / Im an amateur player. c.We want to be the champions. / We want to be the football champions.732 Listen again and match the people and the activities. Write the corresponding letter.___ Carolina ___ Gonzalo ___ Macarena ___ Pablo ___ Susan ___ Tonyab832 Listen and join the parts with a line to form two true sentences.forty-seven47Unit 2Susan wants to help Tony wants to helpthe boys the girlswith the acting with the footballpractice. in a sketch.After listening LANGUAGE FORMSimple Present (Affirmative / Interrogative)1. Read these examples from the text. I like football. Do you sing, act, or play football? I want to help you. Do you like playing football? I want to act. 2. What is special about the questions? We use the special word __________________________.9 Complete these questions and answers.a.A:______________ you want to sing in our group? B: Yes, I love ______________ ! b.A: ______________ like waters sports? B: Yes, I ______________ swimming very much.10 33 Listen to the different ways of pronouncing the letter o in English. Then, repeat each group of words.a.love some come mother b.lost cost rock top c.lose move prove - who11Complete the paragraph with the words in the box. acting an actress like television wantI _____________________ singing and I like _____________________ very much. In the future, I _____________________ to be _____________________. I want to be famous on _____________________.1234 Listen to this dialogue. First, listen and repeat. Then, change the parts underlined with your own ideas and practise it with your partner. Sally:Hello, Rick. Rick:Hi, Sally. Sally: Do you like acting, Rick? Rick: No, I dont. Sally: And do you like singing? Rick: Yes, I do. Sally: Do you want to sing now? Rick: Yes, I do.48forty-eight13Complete this comic strip with the appropriate words from the box. There are two words youdo not need to use. finally like Do want (2) - first14Now you can express your preferences! What do you like doing? Interview your partnerand write his answers on a piece of paper. Then, correct it with your teacher.Self Evaluation How many speakers can you identify in the recording? a. two b. four c. six Complete this dialogue. A: you like sports? B: No, . Say these words. mother rock who Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECTforty-nine49Unit 2mMNOA pet fair 1. Interview ten people in your school. a. Ask them if they like pets. b. Ask them why they like / dont like pets. c. Find out what pets are the most popular. d.Take note of their answers. 2. Make a poster with a classmate. Illustrate it with pictures of the most popular pets according to the interview. 3. Organise the results of your interviews in the poster clearly. 4. Display your project in a visible place. 5. Why do people usually have pets? Explain.synthesisRead this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 1 and 2: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Discriminate between correct and incorrect information. Find specific information in a text. Classify information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information about people and activities. Identify what is said or not. Match pictures and information. Writing skills Complete a summary or a paragraph. Complete dialogues. Oral production Role play a dialogue indicating sequence. Role play dialogues about preferences. Language and vocabulary Match words and pictures. Use words and expressions to complete and role play dialogues. Values Respect for different preferences. Participation in different extra-curricular activities.check your progressLessons 1 & 2 Listening135 Listen and complete the sentences. (5 marks)a. I love ______________ and _________ football. b. _______________ you like martial arts? c. First, choose an ________________. Then, form a ________________.Writing2 Write three extra activities at your school.(3 marks)a._________________________________ b._________________________________ c._________________________________Language3 Fill in the blanks in this paragraph with aword from the box. act perform select(4 marks) textTo ______________ in a theatre play, you have to invite some friends to participate. As a team, you have to ______________ a play or sketch and you have to practise the ______________ several times. Then, you have to ______________ your play or sketch in front of an audience.50fiftyglossaryReading36English championshipPASTE PICTURE HERESpanish campeonato4 Read the text and write T (true) or F (false).Correct the false statements.(8 marks)Rebecca: What do you want to do now? Leo: I want to watch TV. Rebecca: First, we have to do our Spanish homework. Leo: Well, yes, but I want to see the new TV programme! Do you want to watch it with me? Rebecca: No, thanks. I prefer to do my homework first. Spanish is very difficult for me. Leo: And after that, do you want to watch TV? Rebecca: OK, OK.T FeverydayPASTE PICTURE HEREtodos los dasfriendPASTE PICTURE hereamigo/aplayPASTE PICTURE HEREobra de teatroa.Rebecca and Leo have to do their English homework. ____________________________ b. Leo wants to do his homework first. ____________________________ c. Rebecca wants to watch the programme first. ____________________________ d. English is very difficult for Rebecca. ____________________________Check with your teacher and find your score:songPASTE PICTURE herecancino Go t 3 13 e pagteamPASTE PICTURE hereequipoverbsInfinitive choose help register sing understand want Spanish elegir ayudar inscribirse cantar entender desear, quererfifty-one 0 - 5: 6 -12: 13 -18: 19 -20: Help! Fair Good ExcellentTOTAL:51Unit 2IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:read and understand an invitation to a party. express future events. follow directions. say when things happen. ask and answer about quantities using How much and How many.Lesson 3COME TO OUR PARTYBefore reading1 Tick the elements included inan invitation to a party. a. ___ name b. ___ cost c. ___ date d. ___ colour of the house e. ___ fathers name f. ___ address g. ___ time2 Write the names of theseactivities in the picture. eat dance talk listen to music drink play computer games watch TV3 Write as many words as youcan, connected with the word party. _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ PARTY _____________ _____________4 There will be a party at theEnglish Village. Predict what food the people will eat / drink. Cake____ Water____Sandwiches____ Soda____ Hot-dogs____ Fruit____52fifty-twoReading37We want to have a party with all the students and the tutors in the English Village because a party is a good occasion to meet people, dance, and talk. It is also a good occasion to drink soda and eat hot-dogs.Cabin 12 invites all the participants of The English Village to a party! WHEN? Saturday February 12th WHAT TIME? 8 p.m. WHERE? On Manor Road, opposite the cafeteria, and next to the camping site. FEE. HOW MUCH? $1,000 ACTIVITIES. HOW MANY? Six! We will eat, dance, talk, and listen to music, watch the football match, and play computer games. FOOD? We will have hot-dogs, pizzas, and sodas.INVITATION TO A PARTYHOPE YOU CAN MAKE IT!RSVP to Gonzalo or Macarena at 831-82-8345 Read the text and check your predictions in Exercise 4. 6 Read the text again and choose the correct answer.a. Who is inviting? i. The English Village. ii. Manor Road. b. How much is the fee? i. Free. c. When is the party? i. On Sunday. ii. On Saturday. iii. On Monday. ii. $ 2,000. iii. $ 1,000. iii. Cabin 12.7 Read the text. Match (a d) and (i iv).The students at the party will: a. play b. eat c. watch d. listen i. the football match ii. to music iii. pizza iv. computer games8 Answer the questions.a. Where is the party? b. Where is that cabin? d. What time is the party?fifty-three53Unit 2c. How many activities will there be?After reading LANGUAGE FORMWillLANGUAGE FORMHow much? / How many?1. Notice these examples from the text. We will eat hot-dogs. / We will eat, dance, and listen to music. 2. What is the person talking about? a. The past. b. The present. c. The future. 3. You can also use ll (will), especially when speaking. Well eat hot-dogs. / Well eat, dance, and listen to music.1. Analyse these questions and answers from the text. a.How much? $1,000 b.How many? Six! 2. Complete these sentences. a.We use How much when we want to ask about: i. the time. ii. the price. iii. the date. b.We use How many when we want to ask about: i.quantity. ii.manner.9 Complete indicating future actions or predictions using will.a.I _____________ to the party on Saturday. b.They _____________ computer games. c.We _____________ a lot. d.People _____________ only pills. e.Doctors _____________ a cure for everything. (go) (play) (dance) (eat) (find)1038 First only listen and then listen and repeata.These words:killBillfillSyd beandealfeelseedb.These sentences.Ill go to the party. Ill eat hot-dogs Well go to the party. Well eat hot-dogs.11Read the answers and complete the questions with How much or How many.a._____________ birds are there in the garden? There are two. b._____________ is the ticket for the concert? Fifty dollars. c._____________ pencils do you have? Thirteen. d._____________ money is there? There are three thousand dollars. e._____________ activities can you choose?54fifty-four1239 Listen to this dialogue. Then, practise it with your partner changing the parts underlined.A: When is the party? B:On Saturday. A: How much is it? B: $100. A: How many children will go? B: About 50. A:Great!13Now you can write about time, place, price and quantities! Write a short paragraph aboutan event in the near future (real or imaginary). Follow the writing steps on Page 27. Then, draw and colour the event. Self Evaluation What do you have to do to accept the invitation to the party? Complete these questions. is the party? On Saturday. is the fee? $ 2,000 Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECT mM NOfifty-five55Unit 2A party 1. In groups of three students, prepare your own invitation card to a party. 2. Use the invitation in this lesson as a model. 3. Write it on several pieces of colour cardboard and decorate it nicely. 4. Include healthy food in your invitation. 5. Distribute your card among your friends. 6. Were your friends able to understand your cards?Lesson 4AT ThE PARTYBefore listening1 Answer these questions inyour group. a. What type of parties do you go to? b. What do you do at parties?2 Circle options according toyour own preferences. a. What do you drink at a party?soft-drinks water juice milk mineral waterb. What do you eat at a party?pizza hot-dogs crisps cake hamburgers sandwichesc. What type of music do you dance at a party?IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:listen to a conversation at a party. identify healthy food and learn about its benefits. exchange information about things that are happening at the moment. learn to pronounce the sounds / d / and / /.reggae rocktropical funkreggaeton3 Tick the questions you thinkyou will hear in the recording. ____ Do you want to dance? ____ Are you doing your homework? ____ What are you drinking? ____ Do you want to study now? ____ What are you eating? ____ Are you eating an apple?56fifty-sixListening4 540 Listen and check your predictions in Exercise 3. 40 Listen and tick Yes or No.YesNoa.Do you want to dance? b.Do you want a piece? c.Are you eating a sandwich? d.Are you eating an apple, too? e.Do you like this party? f. Do you like parties, Sandra?____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ________ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____640 Listen and tick the food mentioned.abcde40 Listen and underline what you hear.fg7a.Nice / Happy to meet you. b.My names / Im David. c.Im drinking some soda / some orange juice. d.Are you eating a sandwich? / a hot dog?Unit 2fifty-sevene.No, Im eating cheese / pizza.57After reading LANGUAGE FORM1. Read these sentences from the text. a.Im drinking some orange juice. b.Are you eating a sandwich? c.No, Im eating pizza. 2. Answer these questions about the sentences in Point 1. a.What type of actions do they refer to? i. Permanent. ii. Happening now. b.What is the ending of the main verb? i. ing. ii. ed. 3. Complete the rule. We use the Present Continuous tense to express _______. We form the Present Continuous tense with the verb _______ and the main verb ending in _______.The Present Continuous8 What are these people doing? Write the sentences.a. They ___________b. Bob ___________c. Sheila ___________941 Listen and repeat this poem. Pay attention to the pronunciation of the sounds / d / and / /.What Does the Bee Do?Christina Rossetti What does the bee do? Bring home honey. And what does the Father do? Bring home money. And what does the Mother do? Lay out the money. And what does the baby do? Eat up the honey.Fuente: Rossetti, C. (1893) What does the bee do? Retrieved July 10, 2012, from http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/what-does-the-bee-do/58fifty-eight1042 Work in pairs.a.Complete the dialogues. b.Listen and check. c.Practise and role play the dialogues with your partner. a.______________ you ______________ a chocolate? Yes, please. b.______________ you ______________ fruit? No, ______________ chips. c.______________ you ______________? I ______________ my history lesson. And you? d.______________ the teacher ______________ the tests? Yes, he is.11Lets find out!a.Use the Internet and find out the qualities of a fruit or vegetable. b.Write two interesting healthy facts about it in your notebook. c.Tell your classmates about your findings.Self Evaluation Who are the speakers in the conversation? a.Jennifer and Susan b. Susan and David c. Susan, David, and Jennifer Write what the people around you are doing now. How many items of healthy food can you write in one minute? Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECTA healthy food fair! 1. Organise a healthy food fair in your classroom. 2. Set up tables and display healthy food on them. 3. Label the food and write brief descriptions. 4. Were your descriptions clear? Did your friends understand them?fifty-nine59Unit 2mMNOsynthesisWrite the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 3 and 4: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information about peoples choices. Identify what is said or not. Match pictures and information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Find specific information in a text. Discriminate between correct and incorrect information. Writing skills Put words in order to form sentences. Complete sentences and dialogues. Oral production Say a poem. Role play dialogues at a party. Language and vocabulary Match words and pictures. Make word families. Complete word diagrams. Values Respect for different preferences. Good manners when offering, accepting, and refusing.Exercise Pagecheck your progressLessons 3 & 4Language1 Complete these vocabulary diagrams.(11 marks)a.Food / drinks at a partyb.Activities at a partyListening243 Listen to the conversation in Lesson 4again and complete.(4 marks)a. Do you _______ a _______, Jennifer? b. We _______, _______, and talk, and talk, and talk!60sixtyglossaryReading44EnglishSpanishBobby's Birthday Party Bobby will be ten years old next week. His mum and dad will have a birthday party for him. He will invite twenty of his friends to the party. They will wear hats and they will eat birthday cake. The children will play table tennis and they will dance to their favourite music. On that day, Bobby will be very happy!cabinPASTE PICTURE herecabaa3 Read the text and tick Yes or No. a. He will invite 12 of his friends. b. They will wear hats. c. They will eat pizza.road(4 marks) Yes NoPASTE PICTURE herecaminosoft drinksPASTE PICTURE herebebidasd. The children will play table tennis.Writing4 Complete this invitation card withyour own ideas.Come to my party! When: Where: What time: Food: Help! Fair(4 marks)o pa Go tge 133verbsVery good!Infinitive drink eat go meet offer talkSpanish beber comer ir conocer ofrecer hablarsixty-oneCheck with your teacher and find your score:61Unit 2 0 - 2: 3- 6: 12 -20: 21 -23: Oh! Oh! Oh! Fair Good ExcellentTOTAL:FUN, F UN, FUN1 Complete the sentences with thecorresponding names. a. b. c. likes pizza. like dancing. are champions. d. e. f. g. h. are thirsty. is a dancer. eats hamburgers. plays football. listens to music.AdamBarbaraChris and DanEric and FranGilbertHeidiIris, Joe, and KenLauraMikeMrs NovackOliviaPaul62sixty-twoUN F , N FU FUN,2 Offer the food items or invite your friend to do the activities. Circle the answers you receive.so d a+b.d a nce+ -a.sandwich+d.chocolate+ -c.ridea bike+f.chips+ -e.3 Guess Felipes dream car. Read the clues and tick your answer.a.It is red. b.It is very modern. c.It has two doors.sixty-three63Unit 2FINAL TESTListening Reading446 Read the following text and answer the questions. (3 marks)145 Listen to a telephone conversationand answer the following questions.(3 marks)a.What is Sam doing? b.Why is he playing computer games? c.Does his father like computer games? 2 Listen again and tick the sentencesyou hear.(3 marks)a.She doesnt like these games. ____ b.He doesnt like these games. ____ ____ c.The same as my father! d.The same as my mother! ____ e.Is your father near you now? ____ f. Is your father next to you now?____James: Hi Alice. How are you today? Alice: Hi James. I'm fine, and you? James:Great, thank you. Remember, the Spanish class is at 3 o'clock today. Alice: At what time? James:At three oclock. Alice: Thank you, James... By the way, what time is it now? James: It's quarter past eleven. Alice: It's time for lunch! James:Lunch, now? Lunch time is at twelve. Alice: Well, I'm hungry now. James: You're funny Alice. This is a serious school! Alice: But I'm hungry, Lets have a snack. a.What time is the Spanish class? b.Whats the time now? c.Whos hungry? Language3 Read the sentences and correctthe mistakes. a.I am watch TV now. ( 3 marks)b.Richard and Susan are plays in the kitchen. c.What is your sister drinks? 64sixty-fourWritingSpeakingAsk your partner what time it is. Ask your partner what time the class is. Ask your partner where the physical education teacher is. Ask your partner what the teacher is doing now.Help! Fair Very good!5 Write a short e-mail to a friend, describingyour daily activities. Include the times. (4 marks)The English Village por: Work out your score and read about your result.Vocabulary6 Complete each section of the chart withthree items.Healthy Food 1. 2. 3. Party activities 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. Extra-curricular activities 1. 2. 3. Time (in words)0 to 15 correct answersHELP!(12 marks)An important part of the contents has not been completely understood. Study, get some help, and then do the exercises again. You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. Revise the contents. You can do much better! You have learnt all or almost all the contents in the unit. Very good! Keep up the good work!16 to 23 correct answersFAIRTotal score: 28 marks24 to 28 correct answersEXCELLENTsixty-five65Unit 2Unit 3hOLIDAYS AND SPECIAL EvENTSLEARNING OBJECTIvESReadingOral ExpressionWritten expressionYou will use dierent strategies to read and understand an encyclopaedic article. a tourist brochure.ListeningYou will talk about national celebrations and how actions are performed. express habitual activities. talk about places and climate. give and follow directions.You will write about a Chilean festival. write about a Chilean celebration. write about abilities. write about future plans.You will use dierent strategies to listen and understand a conversation at a museum. giving and following directions.66sixty-sixLETS GET READY!1.Is it good to have national holidays? Why? Why not? 2.In your opinion, are museums important? Why? Why not? 3.Do you know any museums in your area and / or in Chile? 4.Have you ever been to an interactive museum? Describe it. 5.Can you identify the countries in the pictures?sixty-seven67Unit 3Lesson 1What do you know?Lesson 2CELEBRATING NATIONAL hOLIDAYSAN INTERACTIvE MUSEUM1 Unscramble the words and find the dayof the week. a. YSNAUD b. YADRIF c. TSUEDYA d. WNESDYAE e. STAUDRYA f. TRUHDSAY g. YANODM1 Write these sentences in the negativeform. a. Im ten years old. b. John and his wife are in Europe now. c. Andrews a very tall boy. d. Were playing a football match at the moment.2 What numbers are missing? Write themin words.2 What are the people in the picturesdoing? Write the sentences. a.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 11 12 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 24 26 27 28 31b.c.d.68sixty-eightLesson 3SPECIAL hOLIDAYSLesson 4PLANS1 Match the pictures to the correct placein the map.1 Make a list of five things you do in class.1. 2. 3. 4. 5.2 Make a list of five things you are going todo next summer.2 Complete the names of the countries.1. 2. 3. 4.E__l_n__ou_h Af___a5.I_e_a_dU__te_ _t_t_ssixty-nine69Unit 3Lesson 1CELEBRATING NATIONAL hOLIDAYSBefore reading1 In your group, describe yourideal National Day. Date: Activities:IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:show comprehension of encyclopaedic articles. learn how to say dates. role play a dialogue. write a text about a Chilean festival. make a poster about National Days in dierent countries.Reason for celebration:2 Look at the picture andcomplete the following chart.National days in: Colours used: Activities during national days:3 Find these words in the texton page 71 and then write them in the picture.Flag Costumes Sky4 Predict what the text is goingto be about. a. National holidays. b. National emblems and heroes. c. National and international holidays.70xxxxxxxxxxx seventyReading57Celebrating National HolidaysThe USA The USA celebrates Independence Day (commonly known as the 4th of July) to commemorate the declaration of independence from Great Britain in 1776. People associate Independence Day with fireworks, parades, barbecues, picnics, baseball games, and various other public and private events celebrating the history, government, and traditions of the United States. Ireland This is the flag of St Patrick. St Patricks flag represents Ireland. Saint Patrick is the patron saint of Ireland. He initiated Christianity in Ireland. Irish people celebrate this festivity enthusiastically on 17th March and it is known as St. Patrick s Day. On this day, people wear a clover (see the picture), the national emblem. This national day is celebrated joyfully with a big parade and festival in Ireland and England. The parade includes marching bands from Britain, Ireland and Europe, costumes, community groups, dancing schools, and Irish music. Chile Chile officially proclaimed independence on the 12th February 1818, but Chileans celebrate their independence from Spain on September 18th. Celebrations include parades, dancing, music, drinking, and eating traditional Chilean food. Children and their families usually fly kites cheerfully. The day after Independence Day, 19th September, is also a national holiday, the Armed Forces Day. It includes military and naval parades and events celebrating Chiles military victories, including independence. Parades also include huasos, the Chilean cowboys.Adapted from: Independence Day in the USA. (n.d.) Retrieved July 10, 2012, from http://www.timeanddate.com/ holidays/us/independence-day Adapted from: St. Patricks Day. (n.d.) Retrieved July 9, 2012, from http://www.history.com/topics/st-patricks-day Adapted from: Ottey, M. (2011, September 3). Independence Day In Chile. Retrieved July 10, 2012, from http:// miketendstotravel.com/2011/09/03/independence-day-in-chile/5 Read the text and check your prediction in Exercise 4. 6 Read the text and complete the chart.Date Ireland The USA ________________ ________________ September 18th Reason St. Patricks day ________________ ________________seventy-oneChile71Unit 37 Read the text again. Classify these words and phrases. traditionalfood and music picnics dancingschools fireworks communityparadesmilitary parades barbecuesAfter reading LANGUAGE FORMAdverbs of manner1. Read these sentences from the text and other examples. Pay special attention to the words in bold. a.Irish people celebrate this festivity enthusiastically. b.This national day is celebrated joyfully. c.Children and their families usually fly kites cheerfully. d.Drive carefully, its raining hard. e.Kevin runs fast. Hes the best runner at school. 2. What do the words in bold indicate? Circle an alternative. a.Where the actions are performed. b.When the actions are performed. c.How the actions are performed. 3. Complete the rule. When we want to indicate ________ an action is performed, we use ________. They usually end in __________. Notice that there are exceptions, such as __________ and __________.8 Complete these sentences with an adverb from the box.a.My brother can do these exercises __________. b.My mother smiles __________when I arrive home. c.You must clean your room __________. d.Mahani Teavi plays the piano __________. beautifully easily enthusiastically happilly quickly9 How do you do these activities? Write the sentences and tell a classmate.a.Study for the tests: b.Clean my room: c.Prepare my school bag: . . .72seventy-two1058 First only listen and then listen and repeat.a. these ordinal numbers.eighth first second third fourth fifth sixth seventh ninth tenth eleventh nineteenth twentieth twenty firstb. these dates (the _________________ of _________________). 1st January 17th March 18th September 4th July c. these years.1492 1776 1818 1995 2008 20101159 Put this dialogue in order. Then listen and check.B: On 18th September. A: When is the National day in Chile? B: We eat barbecues and fly kites. A: What do you do?12Change the underlined parts in the dialogue in Exercise 11. Practise and role play it with your partner.P R O J E C T13 Find information about the Tapati RapanuiFestival and write a paragraph about it in your notebook. Include date, competitions, selection and crowning of the queen, etc. Follow the writing steps on Page 27.Daily activities 1. Interview two teachers about how they do their daily activities. 2. Interview two students about how they do their daily activities. 3. Write two texts on cardboard with the result of your interviews: Teachers daily routine Students daily routineSelf EvaluationWhat type of text did you read? a. An interview. b. An article. Say these dates. a. Your birthday. b. The battle of Iquique. Answer with one word. How do you celebrate your birthday? Tick according to your performance.YES MM NOseventy-three73Unit 34. Use pictures and drawings. 5. Display your work in a visible place in your classroom. 6. Is your routine the same every day? What about Summer?AN INTERACTIvE MUSEUMIN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:listen to a conversation in an interactive museum. talk about what people do / dont do. repeat a tongue twister to practise the sounds / d / and / /. complete sentences about habitual activities. make a poster about Columbus Day.1 Have you been to an interactivemuseum? If the answer is Yes, ask and answer questions a c. If the answer is No, ask and answer questions d f. a. Did you like it? b. What did you see? c. What did you do? d. Would you like to visit one? e. What would you like to see? f. What would you like to do?2 Can you predict what Susanand Tony are doing in an interactive museum? a. They are learning about International Holidays. b. They are answering questions about Columbus Day in Chile. c. They are asking questions about Chilean holidays.3 Number these questions in theorder you think they will appear in the text. When do Chileans celebrate? What do people celebrate? What do people do?74seventy-fourLesson 2Before listeningListening4 5 660 Listen and check your prediction in Exercise 2. 60 Listen again and check the order of the questions in Exercise 3. 60 Listen and tick the sentences you hear.a. _____ I know the answer! b. _____ Wow! Its a test! c. _____ Well done. Continue.d. _____ The heros birthday. e. _____ Ill answer this question. f. _____ Sorry, try again.760 Listen again. Find and correct the mistakes on the screens.abcd860 Listen to the recording once more and answer. How many correct and wrong answersdid the visitors get?Unit 3Correct answers: ___________________.Wrong answers: ___________________.seventy-fiveAfter listening961 First only listen and then listen and repeat:a.these pairs of words. day - theydose - thosedo - thedon't - that b.these sentences. What did they do?Do the exercise now. Don't answer that question.c.this tongue twister. Dan said: "Don't do that on that day; they don't dance on Dad's day."LANGUAGE FORM 1. Negative sentences: 2. Read these examples. Simple Present Affirmative and Negative I / we / you / they do not (dont) he / she / it does not (doesnt)Affirmative I know. Children go to school. Tony likes the test. Click on celebrations.Negative I dont know. Children dont go to school. Tony doesnt like the test. Dont click on celebrations.10Circle the affirmative or the negative form of the verb according to the text inthe listening activities. a.Tony knows / doesnt know the answer. b.People celebrate / dont celebrate the arrival of Columbus in America. c.Macarena answers / doesnt answer correctly.11What about you? Circle your answer.a.I celebrate / dont celebrate Columbus Day. b.I like / dont like interactive museums. c.I go / dont go to school on Columbus Day.12Say the sentences in Exercise 10 after the teacher. Say them to your partner.76seventy-six1362 Listen and repeat this dialogue. Then practise it with your partner.A: What do you do on the 12th of October? B:I stay at home and I rest. And you? A:I visit my grandmother and play with my cousins.14Work in pairs. a.Choose a Chilean holiday and complete this dialogue with information that is true for you. A: What do you do on _________________? B:I _________________ and _________________. How about you? A: I dont _____________. I _____________ and _____________. b.Practise and role play the dialogue in front of your classmates.15Invent a short dialogue between the natives and the Spanish, and write it in the speechbubbles. Then, practice it with your partner. Self Evaluation Who are the children talking to at the museum? a. A guide. b. A computer. c. A visitor. What do you do on Independence Day? . Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECTseventy-seven77Unit 3mMNOChristopher Columbus 1. Collect information about Christopher Columbus. 2.Make a poster about Columbuss trip. 3.Use pictures and drawings. 4.Display it in the classroom. 5.Is Columbuss day the most important celebration in your country?synthesisRead this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 1 and 2: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Writing skills Write words to complete sentences. Complete charts. Write sentences in order. Oral production Role play dialogues. Listen and repeat words and sentences. Language and vocabulary Words related to national celebrations. Structures and words related to holiday activities. Values Understand the importance of cultural values. Appreciate other countries festivities.check your progressLessons 1 & 2Listening163 Listen to the dialogue in Lesson 2 againand complete the sentences. a. Touch the screen to select a b. Let's select a Chilean c. Steve, click on the next d. What do people do on (4 marks). . . ?Language2 Match the words with the pictures. (3 marks)parade flagscreenabc(2 marks)3 Tick the September activities in Chile. Go to school Military parades Fly kitesGo to see the fireworksWriting4 Complete the paragraph with the wordsin the box.(4 marks) 1492 celebrate small discoveryOn 12th October, people ______________ the ________________ of America. Columbus arrived in America in ________. He used three __________________ ships.78seventy-eightglossary5 Write two things you do / dont doat weekends. a. b.(2 marks)English cloverPASTE PICTURE hereSpanish trbolReadingflagPASTE PICTURE herebandera664 Read the text and complete the chart. (4 marks)Day on In the USA, people celebrate Columbus brate the second Monday in October. They cele iola Columbus's trip from Spain to Hispan ntry (Haiti) in 1492. In many cities of the cou of the there are parades in commemoration day. Many American people celebrate xation. Columbus Day as a day of rest and relaCelebration Date Reason EventskitePASTE PICTURE herevolantnholidayPASTE PICTURE hereda feriadoholidaysPASTE PICTURE herevacacioneso Go t 5 13 pageSpeakingcostumesPASTE PICTURE heredisfraces7 Talk about Independence Day celebrationsin Chile. A: What _______ you ______ on _______? B: I _______ and _______. And you? A: I _______________________________.Help!Not too badGreatCheck with your teacher and find your score:verbsInfinitive do fly wear Spanish hacer volar, elevar (volantines) usar (ropa, adornos)Unit 3seventy-nine 0 - 3: 4- 7: 8 -14: 15 -19: Oh! Oh! Oh! Fair Good ExcellentTOTAL:79IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:read and understand a tourist brochure. talk about the climate in Chile. express possibility and ability to do something. use but to contrast information. complete a paragraph about a city in Chile. make a list of things tourists can do in Chile.Lesson 3SPECIAL hOLIDAYSBefore reading1 Make a list of tourist attractionsyou know or want to know.2 Three important attractions inSantiago are La Moneda, __________________________ and _____________________.3 Answer these questions.a. Where is San Pedro de Atacama? i. In the north of Chile. ii. In the centre of Chile. iii. In the south of Chile. b. Where is Sydney? i. In Great Britain. ii. In Australia. iii. In the USA.4 Read the word list and tick thecognates you think will appear in the text. animals area attractions ceramics desert multicultural climate mountains photos tourist vacation visit5 Predict. This lesson is about:a. archaeological places. b. tourist places. c. Chile.80eighteenReading65SAN PEDRO DE ATACAMA, CHILEDo you want the perfect holiday? Then go to San Pedro de Atacama! Make sure you visit all its attractions: the desert, the geysers, the valleys, and the pre-Hispanic villages. You cant miss the Museo Arqueolgico Padre Le Paige. It contains over 380,000 nds (ceramics, textiles, metals, and mummies) from the surrounding Atacama Desert area, dating from the year 100 BC (before Christ) to 900 AC (after Christ). If you dont speak Spanish, dont worry! The tourist guides can speak English, Spanish and Italian. They are also very good at sports. They can ride horses, they can play football very well, and they can climb mountains very fast. San Pedro is located in the North of Chile, 1,574 km from Santiago. The population is about 5,000 people. Is the weather good? It is hot during the day, but very cold at night, so take enough warm clothes for the night!Adapted from: Welcome to San Pedro de Atacama. (n. d.) Retrieved February 12, 2012 from http://www.sanpedroatacama.com/ingles/visitar.htmSYDNEY, AUSTRALIACome to Sydney and enjoy its national parks and beaches with warm waters. Rivers surround the metropolitan area, and you can visit them and camp for the night, if you want. Sydney has a temperate climate, with warm summers and mild winters. January is a very warm month. Can you do surng, ride motor skis and do waterskiing? You will nd all your favourite sports in Sydney. Sydney was the rst European colony in Australia in 1788. It is a multicultural city with many immigrants from other countries, who live and work here. Sydney is located on Australia's south-east coast of the Tasman Sea. The population of Sydney is approximately 4,626,780 people.Adapted from: Destination New South Wales. (n.d.) Retrieved March 10, 2012, from http://www.visitnsw.com/6 Read the text and check your predictions in Exercises 4 and 5. 7 Read and decide: San Pedro (SP) or Sydney (S).a. ___ European colony d. ___ Immigrants b. ___ Pre - Hispanic village e. ___ North of Chile c. ___ National Parks f. ___ Archaeological museum8 Go through the text again and circle the right alternative.a. In a multicultural city, there are i. many races. b. Padre Le Paige museum has i. mummies. ii. pictures. iii. sculptures. ii. many children. iii. many villages.eighty-one819 Classify the information about San Pedro and Sydney in the chart.Location San Pedro Sydney Weather Population10Read the text and complete the sentences.a.In San Pedro, you can b.The tourist guides can speak c.In Sydney, you can . very well..After readingLANGUAGE FORM Can1. Revise these sentences from the text and other examples. Pay attention to the verbs in bold. a. The guides can speak English, Spanish, and Italian. b.They can ride horses and they can play football. c. Can you do surfing? d.They cant speak Chinese. e. My sister cant swim. 2. What does the verb in bold express? Choose an alternative. a. An obligation. b. A necessity. c. An ability. 3. Complete the rule. We use _________ when we want to express that somebody has / doesnt have the _________ to do something. Note: We can also use _________ to express that there is a possibility to do something.11Complete these sentences.a.The guides can speak _________, _________, and _________, but they cant _________. b.They can ________________, but they cant __________________. c.I can________________, but I cant __________________.1266 First only listen and then listen and repeata.these words. bus bush culture cup museum multicultural population pull put uniqueb.these sentences. The museum is unique. Sydney has a multicultural population. The tutor is from the bush.82eighty-two13Choose the correct alternative to complete the paragraph. Santiago is located in the __________ (centre, north, south) of Chile; it ______ (is / has / have) a population of approximately ____________ (six, ten, fourteen) million people. In the Historical Museum, people can ___________ (visit, see, explore) its past. Visitors can explore many tourist __________ (attractions, museums, excursions) in this city.1467 Listen, read, and practise this dialogue.A: Im going to San Pedro on holiday. B: Where s San Pedro? A: Its in the North of Chile. B: Is the weather cold? A: Yes, it is. B: Can you ride horses in San Pedro? A: Of course you can! B: Great! Id love to go there.15In pairs, talk about another place changing the parts underlined in the dialogue in Exercise 14. 16Complete these sentences and then tell your partner.Example: I can speak Spanish very well, but I cant speak Italian. a.We can play football, but we cant b.The children can draw a house very fast, but c.They cant swim, but Self Evaluation What type of text did you read? a. an advertisement. b. a tourist brochure. Write one thing you can do and one thing you cant do. Say these words. museum bus tutor culture put Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECTeighty-three83Unit 3mMNOMy place for tourists 1. In your group, choose a place in Chile to make a tourist brochure. 2.Get information about the place. 3.Make a list of things tourists can do in this place. 4.Describe the weather. 5.Draw a picture or collect photographs of the place. 6. Display your brochures in your classroom. 7. Is it important to understand the weather report? Why?PLANSLesson 4Before listening1 Look at the pictures and findthese places. a. The post office b. The police station c. The school d. The restaurant e. The hospital f. The bus station g. The library h. The church i. The cinema2 What are your plans for yournext holidays. Tick () your answer. I am going to stay at home. I am going to go to the beach (Iquique, el Quisco, Pto. Montt). Im going to go to the countryside (Talca, Rancagua, Quilpu). I dont know yet.3 Look at the maps. Which ofthem shows the correct route? Walk straight on as far as the cinema. Then, turn right. A BIN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL: cinema cinemaask for and give directions. talk about future plans. interview some classmates. 4 What do you think the listening text is going to be about? listen and repeat sentences. complete a paragraph. a. Future plans and directions. b. Future plans. c. Directions.84eighty-fourListening5 668 Listen and check your prediction in Exercise 4. 68 Listen and follow the route on the map.VEGETABLE GARDEN Main Street LIBRARY MAIN ENTRANCE First Street COMPUTER ROOMSecond StreetGYMSCHOOLRECREATIONAL FACILITIESCentral AvenueCAANIMAL FARMFET ERI A768 Listen and circle the correct option.a.The animal farm is on your right / left. b.Then walk straight up / on as far as the cafeteria / recreational facilities. c.Finally, turn right / left. d.The tutors are going to be / see there. e.Carolina is / can going to go to the gym.868 Who says these sentences, Donna or Gonzalo?b.____________: Im going to study for the English test.eighty-f ive85Unit 3a. ____________: Are you going to see the competition tomorrow?After reading LANGUAGE FORMFuture plansLANGUAGE FORMDirections1. Notice these examples from the text. a. Are you going to meet your friends? b. The tutors are going to be there. c. Carolina is going to go to the gym. 2. What do the sentences in Point 1 indicate? a. Habitual activities. b. Future plans. c. Actions that are happening now. 3.Complete. To indicate ____________ plans we use: A person + a form of the verb ___________ + __________ + action.1. Look at the pictures. What do they show? 2. Match the directions to the pictures. Write the corresponding letter. A BCD____ Walk straight on ____ Turn left ____ As far as ____ Turn right 3. When we want to express ________ we use expressions such as : ________, ________, ________, ________.969 Listen and repeat this tongue twister.ey h Tha ve t o s Chinese ho e sho th pf p. or chops at1070 Listen and practise this dialogue with a partner. Then, change the underlined parts withyour own ideas. A: Are you going to buy a new computer? B: Yes, I am. A: When are you going to buy it? B:Next Friday. A: Where are you going to get it? B: At the new shopping centre. A: Where is it? B: Next to the station. A: How can we get there? B: Its very easy. First we walk along Green Street as far as 4 Avenue. Then we turn right and finally, we walk straight on. The shopping centres opposite the bank.th86eighty-six11What is the best place to visit in your city? Tell your opinion to your partner and checkwith your teacher.12Use the questions in the dialogue in Exercise 10 to interview three classmates andcomplete the chart.Name Student 1 Student 2 Student 3 Are you...? When...? Where...? Where... it?13Report about a classmate.Example: Alicia is going to buy a new mobile phone. Shes going to buy it next Saturday at the mall. The mall is next to the cinema.14 Answer the following questions.a.What are you going to do next weekend? b.Where are you going to be tomorrow morning? c.Is your teacher going to stay at home next week? Self Evaluation Answer these questions about the recording. a. Where does Donna want to go? b. Is Gonzalo going to see the competition? Write your plans for next weekend. . Repeat the tongue twister as fast as you can. Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECTMy ideal holiday a poster 1. Write a list of holiday places and things to do for your next holiday. 2.Write a paragraph about your ideal holiday on a nice piece of paper. 3.Draw the map of the route to the place. 4.Present your poster to the class. 5.Is English useful when you travel? Why?Unit 3eighty-seven mM NO87synthesisRead this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 3 and 4: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Writing skills Write words to complete sentences. Complete charts. Rewrite to order sentences. Oral production Repeat a dialogue. Repeat a tongue twister. Present a project to the class. Language and vocabulary Words related to directions. Saying where places are. Going to for future plans. Values Understanding the importance of life in different cities. Appreciation of ancient cultures in Chile. Awareness of cultural difference. Exercise Pagecheck your progressLessons 3 & 4Reading171 Read the text and complete the table. (4 marks)os Puerto Varas is a city located in Los Lag well Region, near Puerto Montt. The citys d, its known for its German traditions, its foo ment, fish and seafood, the natural environ rto its casino, and its four- star hotels. Pue ture, Varas has an excellent hotel infrastruc of a wide variety of restaurants, and lots cultural events.City Location Famous for Tourist attractionsListening272 Listen to this conversation. Matchquestions (a d) and answers (i iv).(4 marks)a.Where are you going to go? b.Where are you going to stay? c.How long are you going to stay? d.What are you going to do? i. Two weeks. ii. Go to the cinema, parks, mall, etc. iii.To Ottawa. iv.At my grandparents house.88eighty-eightglossaryLanguageEnglish(5 marks)Spanish3 Complete the paragraph about nextsummer. PASTENext summer, I am going to __________ It is a ____________ in the ___________________. The main tourist ____________________ are ________________, __________________ and _________________________. It is a very nice ___________________. I can ______________, and _______________ there.surroundedPICTURE hererodeado / aPASTEbayPICTURE herebaha4 Complete the questions(3 marks)PASTEa.Where are you _______ go next summer? b.Where are you going to _____________? c.How ___________ are you going to stay?beachPICTURE hereplayaSpeakingPASTEcountrysidePICTURE herecampoGo t ge o pa 1355 Ask your partner about his / her nextholidays. Then change roles. A: ___________ are you ___________ go next ________? B:I ___________ to go to ___________. And you?PASTEhostelPICTURE hereresidencialHelp!Not too badGreatCheck with your teacher and find your score:verbsInfinitive Buy Get Stay Spanish Comprar Obtener QuedarseUnit 3eighty-nine 0 - 4: 5- 8: 9 -13: 14 -16: Oh! Oh! Oh! Fair Good ExcellentTOTAL:89FUN, F UN, FUN1 Look at the pictures (1 5) and follow the direction of the arrows to find the correspondingmonths in the Word Search puzzle. Then, complete the sentences (a e).P Z O H B X D D J S E P T E M B E R T R W C R A L C G Q W X W O R G E C X B R Q G C X M J M F P N D H C B U N K V Z Z V T E L R C J A N U A R Y Z C I T X R P I F12345a.I like going to the beach in b.I receive a lot of presents in c.We celebrate Independence Day in d.We start school in e.It rains a lot in . . . . .2 Write the names in the box under the corresponding picture.1.the USA Sydney Antofagasta Easter Island San Pedro de Atacama London6.2.3.5. 4.90ninetyUN F , N FU FUN,3 Form groups of four. Answer the questions or say the dates in the calendar to move forward.You will need a die.OC TO BE RM T W T F S SM TWTFSSSTAR Tninety-one91Unit 3FIN IShWhen is your b est friends birthda y?M TSE PT EM BE RW T F S S M T W T F S SMAYM T W T F S SWhen is your favourite holiday?M TWTFSSWhen is your birthday?JA NU AR YM T W T F S SFINAL TESTListening73 Listen and circle the correct option. (4 marks)1a. ____ The Mapuche New Year starts on June 24th. b. ____ The Mapuche people wait for the new sun to return from the west. c. ____ According to the Mapuche, winter brings the renewal of the sun. d. ____ Rituals are directed by a religious chief.a.Friday / Saturday at last! b.Im going to ride my bicycle in the park / on the beach. c.In the evening, Im going to do my homework / read a book. d.Im going to watch TV / listen to music before I go to bed.273 Listen again and answer the questions. (6 marks, 2 each)Writinga.What is there on High Street? b.When is the girl going to go to the gym? c.What time is she going to meet her friends? 4 What do you do on New Years Eve?Write two sentences describing what you do before midnight and two about what you do after midnight. (4 marks) Reading374 Read the text and decide if thestatements are true (T) or false (F). (8 marks)LanguageWe Tripantu, or the Mapuche New Year, begins in the evening of June 23 and finishes at sunrise on June 24, as the indigenous Mapuche people wait for the the new sun to return from the west. The new year coincides with the winter winter solstice, as the Mapuche believe that tion is brings the renewal of life. The celebra chief. directed by a religious or communityWe Tripantu5 Put the words in order to formcorrect sentences.(8 marks)a.going to are ? wear What you b.Justin Biebers new going Carlas to CD buy c.church on and straight youll Walk see the d.well father the cant My play guitar very92ninety-two6 Complete this map to illustrate the directions below (a c). Follow the instructionsin brackets.VEGETABLE GARDEN(3 marks)Main Street Second StreetLIBRARY MAIN ENTRANCE COMPUTER ROOMFirst StreetYou are here!GYMSCHOOL Central AvenueANIMAL FARMRECREATIONAL FACILITIESCAFETERIAa.Turn right (use a red pen or pencil). b.Walk straight on (use a black pen or pencil). c.Turn left (use a blue pen or pencil).Total score: 33 marksHelp!FairVery good!Speaking7 Use the map in Exercise 6 to act outthis dialogue.A: Say hello to your partner. B: Respond. A: Ask where the cinema is on the map. B: Answer. A: You are at the train station. Ask for directions. B: Give directions. A: Thank your partner.ninety-three93Unit 3Work out your score and read about your result. 0 to 15 HELP! An important part of the correct contents has not been answers completely understood. Study, get some help, and then do the exercises again. 16 to 27 FAIR You have been able to understand an important correct answers part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. Revise the contents. You can do much better! 28 to 33 EXCELLENT You have learnt all or correct almost all the contents in answers the unit. Very good! Keep up the good work!Unit 4PAST DAYSLEARNING OBJECTIvESReadingOral ExpressionWritten expressionYou will use di erent strategies to read and understand: an e-mail. a Chilean legend.ListeningYou will: talk about past events. sing a song. reproduce a poem. talk about means of transport.You will: write about past activities. complete a dialogue. identify irregular plurals.You will use di erent strategies to listen and understand: a TV programme. a rap.94ninety-fourLETS GET READY!1. What types of music do you like? Do your parents like the music you like? 2. Do you ever send e-mails to your friends? Why? Why not? 3. Do you know any Chilean legends? Share with the class. 4. Do you enjoy talking about the past? Give reasons for your answer. 5. Look at the picture. What are the children remembering? Write actions.ninety-five95Unit 4Lesson 1What do you know?Lesson 2LAST WEEkEND ACTIvITIES AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE1 Read and complete the sentencesaccording to the pictures. Example: I get up at seven oclock. a. I on Sundays.1 Complete the text with a verb form fromthe box. does goes (x2) is (x3) lives pays watchesb. I morning.in thec. They oclock.at 2Berta to school at 7 oclock every day. She attention in class. She a very good student. Her favourite subject English. At 5 oclock, she back home. She with her grandmother and her mother. She her homework and then she TV. Berta a very happy girl!d. You afternoon.in the2 Complete the sentences and draw thetimes on the clocks. a. I go to school at b. I do my homework at c. I watch TV at d. I go to bed at . . . .1112 1 2 10 3 9 8 4 7 6 5 1112 1 2 10 3 9 8 4 7 6 5 1112 1 2 10 3 9 8 4 7 6 5 1112 1 2 10 3 9 8 4 7 6 52 Tick the correct sentence.a. i. ii. b. i. ii. c. i. ii. d. i. ii. I am very happy today. I can very happy today. We is sad now. We are sad now. The girls are in the park now. The girls like in the park now. Ernest love playing tennis on Sundays. Ernest loves playing tennis on Sundays.96ninety-sixLesson 3LEGENDSLesson 4GOING TO ThE CITY1 Turn these sentences into thenegative form. a. We like going to the mountains. b. Anita plays basketball very well. c. I brush my teeth every day. d. Im a very happy person. e. Those children are very good students.1 Write the singular and plural forms.2 Find the verbs below in this WordSearch puzzle.O G H V I K C E P P A E T L R O B E T Y X E C N A D D K C V Q R F D M E T I V N I W J X L H U U B N X V H U V W C J O E O S T U D Y E M F B R U R E L O H X S A P Y S K I I F G P E P G I L N J U T J J A F N Z K C N B E H D D P H V E S L U S G X Z R C O W I X Q L P A O D Q O S K U N H K A O V G S R D Z M S U W E T N A E L C R X D R T K A P U G P S F K X M A V E I K M W D Z W K J M W E Z K M E B E U G K Q P L Y R C T I F I J J C F S Q W Z Z H O N Jyour teacher.ninety-seven97Unit 4 GO BRUSh CLEAN STUDY ASK READ DANCE SING INVITE2 Practise saying the words above withLAST WEEkEND ACTIvITIESLesson 1Before reading1 Look at the picture and circlethe best option. a. Who wrote the e-mail, Carolina or Macarena?IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:b. Who is in the picture, her family or her friends? c. What are they doing, studying or reading?read and understand an e-mail about past events. identify parts of a text. say a tongue twister. talk about last weekend and other past events. write sentences about past events.2 Think about yesterday. Tickwhat is true for you. a. Yesterday morning, I studied at school. I played with my friends. I helped my mother. b. Yesterday evening, after school, I watched TV. I listened to music. I visited some friends.3 Find and underline sixcognates in the text on page 99.4 Predict. The text is abouta. Macarenas activities yesterday. b. friends daily activities. c. future sport activities..98ninety-eightReading85Dear family, Its incredible. This fabulous experience at The English Village is coming to an end. Yesterday I was sad and my friends were sad too, but in the evening we were all happy again. In the morning, we played ball games; some boys and girls played basketball, others played baseball, and others played football. I played volleyball. In the afternoon, with the tutors, we participated in a conversation about nature, pollution and possibilities to recycle litter. I was in a group with Pablo, Carolina and Gonzalo. In the evening, we relaxed in the common room: some boys and girls played computer games, others watched TV and read comics, and I started this email to you. We did so many amusing activities during the day! In the evening, we were not so sad any more. Well, thats all for now. All my love, Macarena.5 Read the e-mail and check your prediction in Exercise 4. 6 Read the e-mail again and underline these elements in it. Use the same colours.closing information introduction saying good bye saying hello signature7 Read the e-mail again. Are these statements true (T) or false (F)? Correct the false statements.a. b. c. d. Macarena was sad all day yesterday. She played baseball. She talked about litter. She watched TV in the evening.8 Read the text again and look at the pictures.a.Number the pictures in the order the actions happened. b.Write if the actions happened in the morning (M), in the afternoon (A), or in the evening (E).i ii iii ivninety-nine99Unit 49 Read the e-mail once more and complete the sentences with words from the box. comics television family games morninga.Macarena e-mailed her b.The boys and girls played ball c.Some boys read . . .The Simple Past tenseLANGUAGE FORM1. Notice these examples from the text. Yesterday I was sad and my friends were sad too, but in the evening we were all happy again. We played ball games. We relaxed in the common room. 2. Answer these questions in your group. What do these sentences refer to: future events, or past activities? Why are the examples separated into two groups? What do the verbs in the second group have in common? 3. Find and copy all the sentences in the text that contain the same pattern.After reading10Circle the correct form, was or were.a.The students was / were in the playground. b.Macarena was / were in the gym. c.The boys was / were in the common room. d.I was / were very sad that morning.11Complete the sentences with the correct form of one of the verbs in the box.answer cook participate start watcha.The students b.Macarena c.The boys and girlsin a group activity in the afternoon. an e-mail to her family. TV in the common room.100one hundred1286 Listen and repeat this tongue twister. Then say it in your group. Who can say it better?Betty bought butter, but the butter was bitter, so Betty bought better butter to make the bitter butter better.1387 Listen and repeat this dialogue. Practise it with your partner, changing the parts underlined with your own ideas. You can use the suggestions in the box.answer an e-mail bake a cake call a friend dance salsa enter a ..... competition finish some homework help at home invite a friend to the mall listen to music mend something order pizza play cards relax at home skate in the park travel to ..... watch .....A:I cooked dinner on Saturday afternoon. What about you? B:I visited my cousin Philip.14 Now you can talk about past events! Draw three activities you did last weekend and writea short paragraph about them in your notebook. Follow the writing steps on Page 27. Self Evaluation How did the children feel yesterday? How do they feel now? What did you do yesterday? Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECT mM NOone hundred and one101Unit 4A busy weekend 1.In groups, prepare a list of activities you did last weekend. 2.Write them on a nice piece of paper and add illustrations. 3.Present your work to the class. Which group had the nicest, busiest, most interesting weekend? 4.Was your group able to understand your activities? Did you understand theirs?11 In your group, talk about aninteresting excursion you made. Mention place, people, and activities.2 Look at the pictures and answerthese questions. a. Where are the Village children? b. What are they doing?23 Look at the pictures. In which ofthe TV programmes, 1st, 2nd or 3rd are these sentences said? a. _____ It got dark and it began to rain. b. _____ We went on an excursion to the mountain. c. _____ Which question do you want to answer?IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:4 Look at the pictures on the leftagain and choose the best option to complete the prediction. The TV programme is about an excursion a. to the desert. b. to the mountain. c. to the seaside.listen to an extract of a television programme. recognise irregular verbs. listen and repeat a dialogue in the past tense. sing a song.3102one hundred and twoLesson 2AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCEBefore listeningListening5 688 Listen to the television programme and check your prediction in Exercise 4. 88 Listen again and tick the sentences you hear.a. b. c.We had breakfast. We left at about 8.00 oclock. We walked and walked.d. e. f.We had classes. We took photographs. We were lost.788 Listen again and number the actions in the order they happened.a.The day was cloudy b.We played a ball game. and cold. c.We stopped for lunch.d. We took photographs.e. We went to the mountain.888 Listen again and circle the correct alternative.We were very happy / worried and full of / without energy. We took photographs of clouds / trees, birds, and big / small animals and played a ball game after breakfast / lunch.988 Listen again and tick the correct time.a. We left atb. We had lunch at8 : 009 : 0011 : 3012 : 30Unit 4one hundred and three103After listening LANGUAGE FORMThe Simple Past tense Regular and irregular verbs1. Study these examples from the text. Past Tense Regular verbs. Past Tense Irregular verbs. We walked.We left at 8.00. We stopped.We took photographs. 2. Complete this general rule. To form the Simple Past tense of regular verbs we often add _____________ to the root of the verb. Examples: play played; relax relaxed; ________________; ________________. 3. Some verbs are irregular. Examples: get got; have had; go went; _________; _________. 4. These expressions indicate that we are referring to the past. Yesterday / Last weekend / Last summer / Last Monday, etc.10Read the paragraph about a visit to the Animal Farm. Circle the verbs in the Past tense.Yesterday was / is Sunday. The students in the Village get / got up at 10 oclock, they had / have breakfast and then they all went / go to the animal farm. They had / have a great time there.11Find five verbs in the Past tense in this Snake puzzle.rwguwalkedingne otyfoundpwerwasthytookykkwaibeganth1289 First only listen and then listen and repeata.these regular verbs in the Past tense. arrived decided joined begged followed loved called invited moved b.these irregular verbs in the Past tense. ate chose got began drank had broke forgot kept came found leftplayed rested stopped made put read soldtravelled visited walked took understood went wrote104one hundred and four1390 Listen and repeat this dialogue. Practise it with your partner, changing the partsunderlined. Role play it in front of the class. A: Last weekend I played computer games. play it in the class, and sing along! Yellow Coldplay Look at the stars, Look how they shine for you, And everything you do, Yeah, they were all yellow. I came along, I wrote a song for you, And all the things you do, And it was called yellow. So then I took my turn, Oh what a thing to have done, And it was all yellow. Your skin Oh yeah, your skin and bones, Turn into something beautiful, You know, you know I love you so, You know I love you so. I swam across, I jumped across for you, Oh what a thing to do. Cos you were all yellow,B: Really? I went to the cinema.14 Read the lyrics to the song Yellow. Underline the verbs in the Past tense. Then, get the song,I drew a line, I drew a line for you, Oh what a thing to do, And it was all yellow. Your skin, Oh yeah your skin and bones, Turn into something beautiful, And you know for you, Id bleed myself dry for you, Id bleed myself dry. Its true, look how they shine for you, Look how they shine for you, Look how they shine for, Look how they shine for you, Look how they shine for you, Look how they shine. Look at the stars, Look how they shine for you, And all the things that you do.P R O J E C TSelf Evaluation How many speakers can you identify in the recording? a. Two b. Three. c. Four. Underline the verbs in the Past tense. Yesterday, Jennifer went to the cinema with Jim. They saw an interesting film and then they met some friends. They had a very good time. Tick according to your performance. YESMy favourite TV show 1.Work in pairs. 2.Interview your partner. Ask him / her about three programmes he / she watched on TV last week. 3.After you finish, write a report and share it with your class. 4.With the help of your teacher, rank the programmes from the most to the least popular. 5.Is it useful to know English when watching TV?one hundred and five105Unit 4mMNOsynthesisRead this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 1 and 2: Listening skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Writing skills Write words to complete sentences. Complete charts. Put words in order to form sentences. Oral production Role play dialogues. Listen and repeat words and sentences. Language and vocabulary Words related to past activities. Structures and words used when referring to the past. Appreciation of these values Understand the importance of group activities. Appreciate the role of outdoor activities. check your progressLessons 1 & 2 Language1 Complete the answer to this question.(3 marks)What did you do yesterday afternoon? I was ____________; I _______________ and I _______________.2 Circle was or were. (3 marks)a.My mother was / were at work all day. b.My brothers was / were at home in the afternoon. c.My teacher was / were at a meeting.Reading391 Read the following paragraph andcomplete the chart.(6 marks)Last weekend, I went to the seaside with my family. We walked on the beach and we took photographs; we had lunch at 2.00 and we came back home in the evening.Place: Activities: Lunch time:106one hundred and sixglossaryListeningEnglish happyPASTE PICTURE hereSpanish contento / a492 Listen to the TV programme in Lesson2 again and fill in the blanks.(6 marks)Last summer Jennifer and Michael __________ to go on an excursion. They __________ to the mountain. They __________ early in the morning, at about 8.00 am. The day _________cloudy and cold. They __________ and walked and __________ for lunch at about 12.30.lastPASTE PICTURE hereltimo / a pasado / asadPASTE PICTURE heretristeSpeaking5 Develop a short conversation withyour partner about your activities at the weekend.Help!Not too badGreatCheck with your teacher and find your score:litterPASTE PICTURE herebasurapollutionPASTE PICTURE herecontaminacin 0 - 4: 5- 9: 10 -14: 15 -18: Oh! Oh! Oh! Fair Good ExcellentTOTAL:o Go t 5 13 pageverbsInfinitive be (is are) begin go play read rest take Past was / were began went played read rested took Spanish ser, estar comenzar ir jugar leer descansar tomar / llevarone hundred and seven107Unit 4Lesson 3LEGENDSBefore reading1 Answer these questions inyour group.b aa. What is a legend? i. A song. ii. A traditional story. b. Where is Monte Patria? i. In the north of Chile. ii. In the south of Chile. c. What do you know about the desierto orido?c2 Choose one of these namesfor the pictures on the left. What are the legends about? El Caleuche Aauca La Pincoya La TiranaIN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL: read a Chilean legend. express past events in the negative form. exchange information in the Past tense. listen and repeat a love poem. elaborate a booklet of legends.3 Predict. The legend you aregoing to read is about a. a flower and a girl. b. a beautiful girl and a miner. c. a father and daughter.d108one hundred and eightReading93A Chilean LegendMany years ago, there was a young woman called Aauca, who lived in Monte Patria, a village near the Limar river. All the young men in the village loved and admired beautiful Aauca, but they did not get her love. One day, a handsome miner arrived in Monte Patria, searching for gold. When he saw Aauca, he fell in love with her, and she loved him, too. They were very happy, but one night the miner did not sleep very well because he had a disturbing dream. A mountain spirit revealed to him the precise location of the gold that he was seeking. He decided to go for the gold, promising Aauca that he would return. Aauca waited day after day, but the miner did not return. After some time of terrible grief, she died. The villagers cried for her and buried her on a rainy day. The next day, the sun warmed the valley and the spot where the young woman had died was full of beautiful red flowers. The legend says that Aauca transformed herself into a flower to remain close to her love. Today, you can still see the aauca flowers bloom between Copiap and the Quilimar Valley, transforming the pampa with the marvellous phenomenon known as desierto florido (desert in bloom).4 Read the text and check your prediction in Exercise 3. 5 The legend is abouta. young men who loved Aauca. b. the origins of the desierto orido. c. a gold mine. d. the Quilimar Valley.6 Read and complete the sentences with words from the text.a. All the young men b. Aauca waited c. The villagers . . .7 Read the text carefully and correct these false statements.a. Aauca lived in Monte Grande. b. The miner wanted to find copper. c. Aauca married another man.one hundred and nine109Unit 4After reading LANGUAGE FORM1. Read these sentences from the text. a.The miner did not sleep very well. b.The miner did not return. c.They did not get her love.The Simple Past tense Negative form3. Complete the rule. When we want to express a _________ idea that refers to ________ events, we use the auxiliary _________ + not + verb in the Infinitive without _________ . Note: the contraction for did not is didnt.2. Answer these questions. a.What do these sentences express? i. An affirmative idea. ii. A negative idea. iii. A question. b.What do these sentences refer to? i. Present events. ii. Future events. iii. Past events.8 Change these sentences into the Negative form.a. Kim went to the park yesterday. b. We ate pizza last Saturday. c. The Lanes bought a big house. d. Mark visited his parents on Sunday9 Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.Yesterday evening, I _________ (be) at home, sleeping in front of the television, when I _________ (hear) a strange noise. Can you guess what I _________ (see) in the garden? A flying-saucer! Suddenly, somebody _________ (knock) at the front door. A bit afraid, I ______________ (not want) to open it. I _________ (look) through the window, and there were two aliens smiling and jumping. They said: Can we have a cup of tea, please? I _________ (invite) them to come in and _______________ (give) them some tea and biscuits.110one hundred and ten1094 Listen, read, and learn this love poem. Then, say it to your classmates.Beauty and Loveby Andrew YoungBeauty and love are all my dream; They change not with the changing day; Love stays forever like a stream That flows, but never flows away. And beauty is the bright sun-bow That blossoms on the spray that showers Where the loud water falls below, Making a wind among the flowers.Taken from: Young, A. (n.d.) Beauty and Love. Retrieved April 16, 2012, from http://www.love-poetry-of-the-world.com/famous-love-poetry-examples9.html1195 Listen to this dialogue. Then, change the parts underlined with information that is truefor you and practise it with your partner.Where were you born, little alien?I was born on Mars.Self EvaluationWho is the protagonist of the legend? Write a sentence about things you didnt do yesterday. Read the poem aloud. Tick according to your performance.YES MM NOPROJECTA booklet of legends 1. Work in groups of five. 2. Each member of the group chooses a Chilean legend. 3. Write a short version of your legend, in English, on a nice piece of paper. 4. Illustrate it beautifully. 5. Write a comment saying why you chose it. 6. Collect all the legends and put them together to make a booklet. 7. Create a cover for the booklet. 8. Display the booklets in your classroom.one hundred and eleven111Unit 4IN ThIS LESSON YOU WILL:listen to a rap in English. talk about holidays. learn some irregular plurals. classify words. invent a rap.Lesson 4GOING TO ThE CITYBefore listening1 In groups, talk about rap music.a. Do you listen to rap bands? b. Do you know any rap songs? c. Do you have a favourite singer or band?2 Say these sentences.a. I made many friends there. b. I practised English there. c. We sang songs together. d. What an experience! e. And I want to be number one.3 Circle the expressions inExercise 2 that you think you will hear in the song.4 Complete the sentencesbelow with these words. go back treasure livesa. Their ________ are important for their families. b. Carolina and Pablo dont want to ________ home. c. I will always ________ this moment.5 Guess the main idea of the song.a. To say goodbye. b. To value the experience at the English Village. c. To show happiness.112one hundred and twelveListening6 796 Listen and check your predictions in Exercises 3 and 5. 96 Listen to the first part of the song and find out where the singer went.a. b. c.To the gym. To the English Village. To the theatre.896 Listen and tick the item(s) mentioned.a.friendsb.pensc.trains9a96 Listen to the second verse and tick the activities your hear.bcd1096 Listen and circle what you hear.one hundred and thirteen113Unit 4a.We are going back home apart / alert. b.We are happy for the rap / past. c.We are going to treasure / hate this experience. d.For the end / rest of our lives.1196 Listen and copy the rap in your notebook. You can ask the teacher to write it onthe board.After listening1297 Listen and repeat these words and sentences.We We are We are going We are going back home We are going back home apart.Experience What What an What an experience! What an experience!1398 Work in pairs.a.Listen and repeat this dialogue. A: Where are you going to spend your summer holidays? B: In the south of Chile. A: How are you going to travel? B: By car A: Are you going with your family? B: Yes, of course! b.Replace the underlined words and practise the dialogue with a partner.LANGUAGE FORM1. Study these irregular plurals.Irregular Pluralsa.Life lives b. Leaf leaves 2. Study these examples and identify the differences between regular and irregular plurals.Singular Car Plane Train Bus Taxi Regular Plural Cars Planes Trains Buses Taxis Singular Child Man Woman Foot Tooth Irregular Plurals Children Men Women Feet Teeth114one hundred and fourteen14Whats your favourite means of transport? Tell your opinion to your partner and checkwith your teacher.15Complete the sentences with the corresponding plural.planesmenchildrencarsa.The Village ______________ were very happy after the party. b.The ______________ spoke English and Spanish at the club. c.Marcelo and Pablo have two white toy ______________. d. ______________ go to Easter Island twice a day.16Practise the words in the box with your teacher. Then, classify them in the chart accordingto pronunciation.advantage lend English// baggage luggage bear send bend care Cornish ticklish There/e/ hairSwedishVillage/d/Friend/e/Self Evaluation According to the rap, what did the children do at the English Village? Write the name of three means of transport. Write the plural of these nouns. Tooth: Bus: Foot: House: Tick according to your performance. YESPROJECTA rap. 1. Get into groups of three students. 2. Choose a topic. 3. Brainstorm words related to the topic. 4. Write sentences with the words. 5. Invent a rap tune to say the sentences. 6. Perform your rap to the rest of the class. 7. Is it useful to know English when listening to music? Why?Unit 4one hundred and fifteen mM NO115synthesisRead this learning synthesis. Write the page and exercise number of the activities you did in Lessons 3 and 4. Listening skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Reading skills Make and check predictions. Identify correct information. Find specific information. Writing skills Write words to complete sentences. Complete charts. Put words in order to form sentences. Oral production Role play dialogues. Listen and repeat words and sentences. Language and vocabulary Words related to biographies. Structures and words related to peoples lives. Values Understand the importance of our cultural inheritance. Appreciate music as a form of expression.check your progressLessons 3 & 4ReadingExercise Page199 Read and complete the table. (7 marks)Ivan Zamorano was born on January 18, 1967 in Maip, Chile. He was a famous Chilean football player who played internationally in clubs like Sevilla FC and Real Madrid in Spain, Inter in Italy and Club Amrica in Mexico. Zamorano retired from competition in late 2003, after a career of more than 16 years. Zamorano played 69 times for Chile, scoring 34 goals.Name: Nationality: Place of Birth: Date of Birth: N of games he played for Chile: Countries of international teams: N of goals for Chile:116one hundred and sixteenglossaryLanguageEnglishPASTESpanish2 Order the words to form sentences. (3 marks)a.you / born / were / Where / ? ______________________________ b.born / was / in / Valparaso / I ______________________________ c. film / we / yesterday / good / a / saw ______________________________streamPICTURE hereriachueloPASTEgoldPICTURE hereoroListening3100 Listen to the rap in Lesson 4 again andPASTEfill in the blanks.(4 marks)traffic lightsPICTURE heresemforoa.I __________________English there. b.We swam in the ________________ there. c.We are going to see our _______________ and _______________.PASTEundergroundPICTURE heremetro, tren subterrneoSpeaking4 Say this dialogue changingthe parts underlined.A:Last weekend I went to the park and I watched television, and you? B:I played computer games and I went to a birthday party. Help! Not too badGreatCheck with your teacher and find your score:griefPASTE PICTURE hereprofunda pena, lutoGo tge o pa 5 13verbsInfinitive fall in love search reveal warm remain Past fell in love searched revealed warmed remained Spanish enamorarse buscar revelar entibiar permanecer 0 - 2: 3- 6: 7 -10: 11 -14: Oh! Oh! Oh! Fair Good ExcellentTOTAL:one hundred and seventeen117Unit 4FUN, F UN, FUN1 Order the pictures logically. Then, write four sentences using the Past tenses in the boxes.Leave - Left Dance - Danced Blow out - Blew outGet - Gota. b. c. d.. . . .2 Look at the clues and find the corresponding plurals in the Word Search puzzle.Clues Plurals S W R T D G M O H U O Q U N H P M T C M O Q Q R N V P H E X F M J W F O F N E E C H I L D R E N H X S G W L T U R T L L R M X B L Q E R D F R C F F A E G C W C G C V X T J F R V M E V L N T D B T S B Q P V Gabcdef118one hundred and eighteenUN F , N FU FUN,3 Follow the lines to discover where each person was born. Write the full sentences below.JosRal and PabloMara iVictoriaCalamaChillnCoyhaiqueSantiagoa. b. c. d.. . .Unit 4.one hundred and nineteen119FINAL TESTListening Reading3102 Read the text below and decide if the statements are true (T) or false (F). (4 marks)Gabriela Mistral was born in 1889 in Vicua, Chile. She grew up in Montegrande, where she attended primary school. She was the first Latin American person who won the Nobel Prize in Literature, in 1945. Her poems are about nature, love, mothers love, travel, and Latin American identity. She died in 1957.1101 Listen and circle the correct answer. (4 marks)a.James was in Valparaiso last Wednesday / week. b.They didnt go to the park / Via del Mar. c.They took about thirteen / thirty photographs. d.They were / werent very happy.a.Gabriela Mistral attended primary school in Montegrande. b.She didnt win the Nobel Prize. c.She wrote about love. d.She died in nineteen thirty six.T/F T/F T/F T/F(3 marks)4 Read the text again. Answerthe following questions. b.What was Gabriela Mistrals profession? c.What are Gabriela Mistrals poems about? . . a.Where was Gabriela Mistral born? .2101 Listen again. Number the sentences in the order you hear them. (2 marks)a. b. c. d.They went back to Santiago. They took photographs. They went to the park and to the beach. They stayed in a hotel near Las Torpederas beach.120one hundred and twentyLanguageSpeaking5 Read these sentences carefully. Circle andcorrect the mistakes.(7 marks)8 Tell your teacher about what you didlast weekend.Help! Fair Very good!a.My father didnt went to Paris last year. b.We saw a very romantic film tomorrow. c.The teacher not was at home last Friday. d.The childrens are at school now. e.Henry playd the guitar in the last school party. f. Alfred buyed a new bag yesterday. g. The leafs in the trees have beautiful colours in autumn.Work out your score and read about your result 0 to 9 correct answers HELP! An important part of the contents has not been completely understood. Study, get some help, and then do the exercises again. You have been able to understand an important part of the contents; however, there are still some you need to consolidate. Correct the wrong answers. You can ask for help if you want. Revise the contents. You can do much better! You have learnt all or almost all the contents in the unit. Very good! Keep up the good work!6 Make correct sentences with the followingwords or phrases. (3 marks) a.(women) b.(man) c.(had breakfast) . . .10 to 18 correct answersFAIRWriting7 Write a short paragraph about a holiday youhad in the past. Mention the place, the dates and the activities. Use verbs in the Past tense. (4 marks).19 to 27 correct answersEXCELLENT Total score: 27 marks.one hundred and twenty-one121Unit 4ANSWERSUNIT 1P. 12 - 13 What do you know? Lesson 1 1. Hello! / Hi! Hi! / Hello! Im fine / very well 2. Example: I like ( my toy, pizza, fruit, my new bicycle) 3. 3, 8, 16, 20, 12, 5. Lesson 2 1. a. I like apples. b. I like running. c. I like football / playing football. 2. a. I am at school. b. We are happy. c. It is a toy. d. He isnt happy. e. They arent cats. Lesson 3 1. a. My. b. Her. c. his 2. a. The notebook is green. b. The schoolbag is blue. c. The chair is brown. d. The pencil case is white. e. The table is small. Lesson 4 1. a. What b. When c. Where d. When e. What f. Where 2. a. The plane. (avin) b. The baby. (el beb) Lesson 1: People at the village 3. Located, special, practise, activities, students, tutors, American, Australian, moment, reporter, English, Chilean, participants. 4. b. 5. a. i. b. ii. c. iii. 6. Gonzalo: 12, Chilean, happy. Carolina: 11, Chilean, very happy. Macarena: 12, Chilean, very sad. Pablo: 11, Chilean, angry. 7. a. 8. noisy happy quiet sad angry 10. a. Condorito is from Chile. Hes Chilean. b. Marge Simpson is from the United States. Shes American. c. Enrique Iglesias and Amaia Montero are from Spain. They are Spanish. 13. Macarena - eleven (11) - Chilean - They - Gonzalo - are - sad - happy. Lesson 2: I miss you a. ii. b. iv. c i. d. iii. a. a. iii. b. i. c. i. a. 2. b. 4. c. 3. d. 1 a. loves / likes very much. b. loves. c. love / like. d. loves / likes. 8. Family members: cousin. State of being: fine thanks. Likes: England and the friends, The English Village. Greetings: Hi, sister. Saying good bye: Take care of yourself. 9. I miss you a lot. How are mum and dad? Tell me about them. Give them all my love. What about grandpa and granny? Take care of yourself. 11. a. likes, likes, much, loves. b. like, much, love. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. Check your Progress Lessons 1 &2 Listening 8 1. a. iii. telephone conversation. b. i. Susan and her family. c. iii. To send her family her love. Reading 9 2. a. Yes, he is. b. In the English Village / In Santiago. c. No, they arent.122four hundred and twenty-two oneSpeaking 4.(1) Hello, Paul Hardy speaking. (2) Hello, Paul. Im Sally. Is mum there? (3) No, shes at the supermarket. (4) Ill ring her later. Bye for now, Paul. (5) Bye and take care of yourself Lesson 3: My Temporary Family 3. c. An e-mail. 5. 18, 12, and 11 years old. Tony Wilson, Eduardo, Toms, and Pablo. 6. This mail is to tell you about my temporary family in the English Village. 7. a.tall, thin. b. short, thin. c. short, black. 8. a.T. b. F. c. F. d. F. 9. a.My books are in my bedroom. b.Our bikes are in the garden. c.Rals friends are in his house. 10.a.our. b. their. c. my. d. your. e. Your. f. his. g. her. Lesson 4: Best Friends 2. Football, computers, TV programmes. 4.a.(two men and a woman). 5.a.iii. tennis and comedies. b. ii. different interests. c. iii. comedies. 6.a.Tom. b. Gordon. c. Judy. d. Judy. e. Gordon. f. Gordon. 7. What are you talking about? Best friends, yeah! And whos your best friend, Gordon? Because we talk about the same things and share the same interests. 9. Hes Corbin Bleu. Shes Selena Gomez. Hes Alexis Snchez. 11.A new soap opera. Its about three friends. I have two tickets to meet the actors. Do you want to meet them? Check your Progress Lessons 3 & 4 Language 1. Similar different. Old young. Fat thin. Black white. Short tall.Writing 2. She has blonde hair and blue eyes. He has black hair and black eyes. Reading 16 3. a. Yes. b. No. c. No. d. No. Listening 17 4. What are you talking about? That sounds great. Id love to. Fun, Fun, Fun 1. big blonde fat fun nice old short tall thin young. 2. b.They are from Canada. c. He is thirteen (years old. ) d.They are from The United States of America. e.She is twelve (years old). 3. baby brother, tutor, two friends, five tickets, black hair. 4.a.I have / dont have a car. b.I have / dont have grandparents. c.I have / dont have friends d.I have / dont have a football e.I have / dont have a girlfriend f. I have / dont have a best friend. Final Test Listening 18 1.a. ii. b. iii. c. i. d. iii. Reading 19 2. Activities: eating, sleeping, playing, swimming, listening to the radio. Places: beach, park, sea, Dichato. Feelings: happy. Food: ice-cream. 3.a. F. b. T. c. T. d. F. Language 4. Whos that boy? b. How old is Joses father? c. Who are those people in the room? Vocabulary 6. Young old. Short(hair) long. Short person tall. Fat thin. Cold hot. Blonde (hair) black. Old (thing) new.one hundred and twenty-three five123ANSWERSUNIT 2 - ExTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIESWhat do you know? Lesson 1 1. Open the book. Write your name. Stand up. Show me your pencil. 2. a. 3. b. 2. c. 4. d. 1. Lesson 2 1. I dont like your black notebook. I like my new bicycle. Lesson 3 1. I cycle. I watch TV. I read comics. I play football. 2. thirty, fifty, sixty, seventy, ninety, one hundred. Lesson 1: Join the Activities 2. Gonzalo swimming pool. Carolina vegetables. Susan, Tony, Macarena singing. Pablo sheep. 3. b. 5. c. 7. Activities: sketch presentation, song festival, baby-football championship. Students in a team: 6. Registration with: Mrs Elliot. Date of events: 15th February 8. a. F. b. T. c. T. d. F. Lesson 2: Which ones? 1. a. i. b. ii. 4. Macarena: act in a theatre play. Gonzalo y Pablo: play baby football. 5. a. i. b. iii. 6. I want to act with Carolina. Im an amateur player. We want to be the champions. 7. Carolina, Macarena, Susan Picture 1. Gonzalo, Pablo, Tony Picture 2. 8. Susan wants to help the girls with the acting in a sketch. Tony wants to help the boys with the football practice. 9. a. Do /singing. b. Do you / like. 13. Do, want, First. Check your Progress Lessons 1 & 2 Listening 35 1. a. dancing / playing. b. Do. c. activity / team. Language 3. act, select, text, perform. Reading 36 4. a. T. b. F. c. F. d. T. Lesson 3: Come to our party 1. (): a., b., c., d., g., h., i. 5. Hot dogs, pizzas, sodas. 6. a. iii. b. iii. c. ii. 7. a. iv. b. iii. c. i. d. ii. 8. a. In cabin 12. b. Its 1,000 pesos. c. There will be 6 activities. d. Its at 8 pm. 9. a. I will go / Ill go. b. They will play / Theyll play. c. We will dance / Well dance. d. People will eat. e. Doctors will find. 11. a. How many. b. How much. c. How many. d. How much. e. How many. Lesson 4: At the party 4. Do you want to dance? Do you want a soda? Do you want a pizza? 5. a. f: Yes. 6. soda, sandwich, pizza. 7. a. Nice. b. Im. c. some orange juice. d. a sandwich? e. pizza. 8. a. They are playing video games. b. Bob is listening to music. c. Sheila is doing homework. 10. a. Girl: Do you want a chocolate? Boy: Yes, please. b. Girl: Are you eating fruit? Boy: No, Im eating chips. c. Girl: What are you doing? Boy: Im studying my History lesson. And you? d. Girl: Is the teacher correcting the tests? Boy: Yes, he is.124four hundred and twenty-four one Check your Progress Lessons 3 & 4 Listening 43 2. a.want /soda. b. like / parties. Reading 44 3. a.No. b.Yes. c.No. d.Yes. Fun, Fun, Fun 1. Would you like a glass of water? (Yes, I would. No, I wouldnt.) 2. Do you want to dance? (Yes, I do. No, I dont.) 3. Would you like a hamburger? (Yes, I would. No, I wouldnt.) 4. Would you like chocolate? (Yes, I would. No, I wouldnt.) 5. Do you want to ride a bike? (Yes, I do No, I dont) 6. Would you like some chips? (Yes, I would. No, I wouldnt.) Final Test Listening 45 1.a.Hes playing computer games. b. Because his father is in his office not at home. c. No, he doesnt. 2.b. c. f. Language 3.a.I am watching TV now. a.Richard and Susan are playing in the living-room. b.Whats your sister drinking? Reading 46 4.a.At 3 oclock. b. Its quarter past eleven. c. Alice.UNIT 3 - HOLIDAYS AND SPECIAL EVENTS What do you know? Lesson 1 1. a.Sunday. b. Friday. c. Tuesday. d. Wednesday. e. Saturday. f. Thursday. Monday. 2. 8, 10, 13, 17, 23, 25, 29, 30. Lesson 2 1.a.Im not ten years old. b. John and his wife arent (are not) in Europe now. c. Andrew isnt (is not) a very tall boy. d. We arent (are not) playing a football match at the moment. 2.a.She writes letters. b. She eats salad. c. He cycles. d. They play football. Lesson 3 1. Chilo X. Antofagasta - II. Valparaso V. 2. England. South Africa. Ireland. United States. Lesson 1: Celebrating National Holidays 2. Chile, the USA, Ireland Red, white, blue, yellow, green, grey Dancing, eating, marching (parading), walking. 3. Flag = bandera Costumes = disfraces, vestuario Kites = volantines Sky = cielo 5.c. 6. Ireland, 17th March, The USA, 4th July, Declaration of Independence Chile, Independence from Spain. 7. Chile: Military parades / dancing / barbecues / traditional food and music Britain: dancing schools, community parades. The USA: picnics, fireworks. 8.a.easily. b. happily. c. carefully. d. slowly. Lesson 2: An Interactive Museum 4.b. 5.a. What about you? b. What do people celebrate? c. What do people do?one hundred and twenty-five five125ANSWERS6. b. d. f. a. Touch the screen. b. Select a Chilean celebration. c. Touch on October. d. Sorry, try again. 8. Correct: 3 answers Wrong: 1 answer Check your Progress Lessons 1 & 2 Listening 63 1. a. topic. b. celebration. c. question. d. Columbus Day. Language 2. a. screen. b. flag. c. parade. 3. Military parades, fly kites. Writing a. celebrate, discovery, 1492, small. Reading 64 6. Columbus Day / Second Monday in October / Columbuss trip / Parades, rest, relaxation. Speaking A: What do you do on Independence Day? B: I fly kites and watch the parade. And you? A: I eat barbecues. Lesson 3: Special Holidays 3. a. i. b. ii. 6. 4. area, attractions, ceramics, desert, metals, mountains, tourist, vacation, visit. 5. b. 7. a. S. b. SP. c. S. d. S. e. SP. f. SP. 8. a. i. many races. b. i. mummies. 9. San Pedro: north of Chile. hot during the day, cold at night. 5,000 people Sydney: south east coast of Tasman Sea. temperate. 4,626,780 people 10. In San Pedro, you can visit the desert, the geysers, the valleys and pre-Hispanic villages, the Padre LePaige Museum; you can have horse riding excursions, you can take a tourist bus to the desert and mountains. In Sydney, you can visit the beaches and national parks; you can do surfing, ride motor-skis and do water skiing. 13. centre / has / six / see /attractions. Lesson 4: Plans 3. A 5. a. 6. A line that goes along First St., Central Avenue, Second St. and finishes at the Gym. 7. a. Right. b. on / recreational facilities. c. left. d. be. e. is. 8. a. Donna. b. Gonzalo. Check your Progress Lessons 1 & 2 Reading 71 1. Puerto Varas; Los Lagos Region, near Pto. Montt; German traditions, food and seafood; hotels, casino, restaurants, cultural events. Listening 72 2. a. iii. b. iv. c. i. d. ii. Language 4. a. going to. b. stay. c. long. Speaking A: Where / going to / summer? B: I am going (lugar) Fun, Fun, Fun 1. a. January 8-3 vertical. b. December 1-8 horizontal. c. September. 2-9. vertical. d. March 2-6 horizontal. e. July 5-9 horizontal. 2-1. Easter Island. 2. London. 3. the USA. 4. Sydney. 5. Antofagasta. 6. San Pedro de Atacama. 3. a. the first of January. b. the twenty first of May. c. the eighteenth of September. d. the thirty first of October.126four hundred and twenty-six one Final Test Listening 73 1.a.Friday. b. in the park. c. do my homework. d. watch TV. 2.a.clothes shop. b. on Sunday morning. c. on Saturday afternoon. Reading 74 3.a F; b T; c T; d T. Language What are you going to wear? 5.a. b. Shes going to buy Justin Biebers last CD. c. Walk staright on and youll see the church; d. My father cant play the guitar very well.UNIT 4 - Past Days What do you know? Lesson 1 1.a. walk in the park; b. have a shower; c. have lunch; d. play computer games. 2.a.I am very happy today. b. We are sad now. c. The girls are in the park now. d. Ernest loves playing tennis on Sundays. Lesson 2 1. goes, pays, is, is, goes, lives, does, watches, is. Lesson 3 1.a.We dont like going to the mountains. b.Anita doesnt play basketball very well. c.I dont clean my teeth every day. d.Im not a very happy person. e.Those children arent very good students. Lesson 4 1. Apple apples; book books; girl girls; table tables; house houses; boy boys. Lesson 2: Last weekend activities 1.a. Macarena. b. Her family. c. Reading. 3. Family - incredible - fabulous - experience basketball - baseball - football - volleyball -different- topics - tutors participated - group - activity nature - pollution - possible - contributions problems - discussed - recycle - relaxed - computer comics. 5.a. 6. Closing: Well, thats all for now Information: In the morning... / ...others read comics. Introduction: Its incredible... /... to an end. Saying good bye: All my love Saying hello: Dear Family Signature: Macarena 7. a.F (in the evening they were not sad any more). b.F (She played volleyball). c.T. d.F (She started the email to her family). 8.a. 1 - iv; 2 - i; 3. - iii; 4. - ii. b.iv - M; i - M; iii - A; ii - E. 9.a.family. b. games. c. comics. 10.a.were. b. was. c. were. d. was. 11.a.participated. b. started. c. watched. Lesson 2: An Unforgettable Experience 2.a.They are in the common room. b.They are watching TV. 3.a. Picture 4. b. Picture 2. c. Picture 1. 5.b. 6.a. b. c. e. f. 7. 1 - e. 2 - c. 3 - d. 4 - b. 5 - a. 8. happy / full of / trees / small / lunch. 9. a.8.00 (eight oclock). b.12.30 (twelve thirty). 10.was / got / had / went / had. 11.walked / found / was / took / began. Check your progress Lessons 1 & 2 Language 2. a. was. b. were. c. was. Reading 91 3. Place: the seaside; Activities: walked on the beach, took photographs, had lunch, came back home; Lunch time: 2.00.one hundred and twenty-seven five127ANSWERSListening 92 4. decided / went / got up / was / walked / stopped. Lesson 3: Legends 2. El caleuche: d. Aauca: c. La pincoya: a. La tirana: b. 4. b. 5. b. 6. a. All the young men in the village loved and admired beautiful Aauca. b. Aauca waited day after day, but the miner did not return. c.The villagers cried for her and buried her on a rainy day. 7. a. Aauca lived in Monte Patria. b. The miner wanted to find gold. c. Aauca didnt get married again. 8. a. Kim didnt go to the park yesterday. b. We did not eat pizza last Saturday. c. The Lanes didnt buy a big house. d. Mark didnt visit his parents on Sunday. 9. was heard saw knocked didnt want looked asked gave. Lesson 4: Going to the city 4. a. lives. b. go back. c. treasure. 6. 3. a., b., c., d. 5. a. 7. b. To the English Village. 8. a. friends. 9. a., b., c. 10. a. apart. b. past. c. treasure. d. rest. 15. a. children. b. men. c. cars. d. planes. 16. English: Cornish, Swedish, ticklish. Village: advantage, luggage, baggage. Friend: bend, lend, send. There: bear; care, hair Check your progress Lessons 2 & 3 Reading 99 1. Ivan Zamorano; Chilean; Maip; January 18th, 1967; 69; Spain, Italy, Mexico; 34 goals Language 2. a. Where were you born? b. I was born in Valparaso. c. We saw a good film yesterday. Listening 100 3. a. practiced. b. together. c. parents and families. Fun, fun, fun 1. 4 got, 1 danced, 3 blew out, 2 left. 2. 1 children 6-A horizontal, 2 women 1-B oblicuo, 3 leaves 8-C horizontal, 4 teeth 8-B oblicuo, 5 men 4-H horizontal, 6 feet 4-G horizontal. 3. 1. Jos was born in Chilln. 2. Ral and Pablo were born in Coyhaique. 3. Mara was born in Calama. 4. Victoria was born in Santiago. Final Test Listening 101 1. 1-4: b 2. 4, 3, 2, 1. Reading 102 3. a-T; 2. b-F; 3. c-T; 4. d-F. 4. a. In Chile; b. She was a teacher; c. Love Language 5. My father didnt go; 2. We are going to see; The teacher was not; The children; 5. Henry played the guitar; 6. Alfred bought a; 7. The leaves in the trees .128four hundred and twenty-eight oneThematic IndexUNIT 1: PEOPLE AROUND US Topic Introductions Numbers 1 100 Personal characteristics Likes and preferences Friends UNIT 2: EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES Topic Extra-curricular activities The time Parties Food and drinks UNIT 3: HOLIDAYS AND SPECIAL EVENTS Topic National Holidays in the USA, Ireland, and Chile Dates Columbus Day Places, activities, and climate Directions UNIT 4: PAST DAYS Topic Weekend activities Past experiences A Chilean legend Music A rap Means of transport Irregular plurals Page 89 101 102 105 108 111 112 113 114 114one hundred and twenty-nine fivePage 14 17 16 16 24 27 18 21 28 31Page 42 45 46 47 44 52 55 56 - 59 56 59Page 70 73 73 74 77 80 83 84 87129GLOSSARYUNIT 1 English Beautiful Can Forty Fun Give Granny Hair Library Like Miss Nice Same Spanish Bonito (a) Poder Cuarenta (4) Divertido (a) Dar Abuela Cabello, pelo Biblioteca Gustar Echar de menos Simptico (a) Mismo(a) UNIT 2 English Cabin Championship Choose Drink Eat Everyday Friend Help Meet Play Register Road Sing Soft drinks Song Talk Team Understand Want Spanish Cabaa Campeonato Escoger, elegir Beber Comer Todos los das Amigo (a) Ayudar Conocer Jugar Inscribirse Camino Cantar Bebidas gaseosas Cancin Conversar Equipo Entender Querer, desear130four hundred and thirty oneUNIT 3 English Bay Beach Buy Clover Costumes Countryside Do Flag Fly Get Holiday Holidays Hostel Kite Stay Surrounded Wear Spanish Baha Playa Comprar Trbol Disfraces Campia Hacer Bandera Volar, remontar Obtener Da feriado Vacaciones Hostal Volantn Quedarse Rodear Usar ropaUNIT 4 English Begin Fall in love Find Get lost Go Gold Grief Last Litter Pollution Remain Rest Reveal Search Stream Take Traffic lights Underground Warm Spanish Comenzar, empezar Enamorarse Encontrar Perderse Ir Oro Profunda pena ltimo Basura Contaminacin Permanecer Descansar Revelar Buscar Riachuelo Llevar Semforo Metro, tren subterrneo Clidoone hundred and thirty-one five131WEBSITES http://www.eduplace.com/activity/index.html http://www.genkienglish.net/games.htm http://www.abcteach.com/directory/fun_activities/ easy_puzzles/ http://www.onestopenglish.com/section. asp?sectionType= listsummary&catid=59822&docid=154777 http://www.freecoloringpages.com/ http://www.britishcouncil.org/kids-games-fun.htm http://www.syvum.com/games/word_games/jumble/ http://www.poster.4teachers.org/worksheet/view. php?ID=77942 http://www.pdictionary.com/ http://www.enchantedlearning.com/Dictionary.html http://www.whitehouse.gov/kids/tour/ http://www.manythings.org/wf/3/food.htmlBIBLIOGRAPHY Adams, M.J. et al. 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