Comparing Past Simple and Past Continuous. Recycled Past Simple and Past Continuous
Verb+ing. Past Perfect
Recycled Relative Clauses of time
Требования к уровню подготовки учащихся 7 класса
а) Монологическая речь.
Учащиеся должны уметь высказываться в связи с каким – либо фактом или событием из всей жизни с опорой на средства наглядности, описание с элементами рассуждения, выступать с предложением принять участие в мероприятии, с рассказом по плану на основе увиденного или прочитанного. Объём высказывания -8-10 фраз.
Б) диалогическая речь.
Учащиеся должны уметь обмениваться сведениями на основе представляемой ситуации, убеждать друг друга в правильности своих поступков, предложений, оценок, сочетая свои краткие реплики с развёрнутыми. Количество реплик на каждого ученика -7-8.
Учащиеся должны уметь понимать простые композиции, фабульные тексты с ограниченным количеством действующих лиц, а также описание неизвестных явлений и предметов, построенных в основном на изученном языковом материале и содержащих не более 2% незнакомых слов, без знания которых можно понять основное содержание текста. Длина фраз не должна превышать 7 слов, длительность звучания до 1 минуты при темпе речи, приближающемся к нормальному.
Учащиеся должны уметь читать с полным пониманием всего содержания небольшие адоптированные тексты из художественной, научно-популярной и общественно-политической литературы, содержания до 2% неизученных слов, понимание которых возможно частично на основе догадки, частично при использовании двуязычного словаря. Объём текста 0,75-1 страница.
Учащиеся должны уметь:
- писать письмо, используя орфографические словари в объёме пройденных тем;
- составлять и записывать план прочитанного или прослушанного текста;
- использовать текст в качестве опоры для построения собственного письменного высказывания; сличать образец с написанным;
- написать письмо, в котором описываются конкретные факты, события, явления и личные впечатления. Письменный текст должен иметь политемный характер (2-3 темы)
Getting to know each other
Упр.4 стр. 19
Present Perfect with since, for present perfect statement
Упр. 3 стр.10
Упр.17 стр 13
Упр.1 стр 9
Упр.12 стр 12
How long have you studied, English.
Слова стр. 33
Present perfect today, this week yet, recently never.
Упр.10 стр. 17
Упр. 9 стр.16
Упр.1 стр 14
Упр.13 стр. 17
Упр. 4 стр. 19
Упр. 3 стр.18
Упр. 13 стр.21
Упр.4 стр. 19
Упр.16 А стр 18
Упр. 15 стр.22
My friend has been reading since morning
The Present Perfect continuous
упр. 5 стр.24
Упр.1 стр 22
Information about smb’s pen friend.
Упр.1. стр. 26.
The Present Perfect continuous Grammar reference
Упр.1 стр 26
Упр.2,3 стр 27
Упр 10, 11 стр 31
Упр.8 стр. 29
Упр.6 стр. 29
Упр.3-7 стр. 36,37
Plants and animals
Plural of Nouns can, be able propositions during, at, in, next to on, in time full of
упр. 2 А,В
упр.3 стр. 41.
Упр 5,6,7 стр 44-45
Упр. 2 С,Д стр.42
упр. 11 стр. 46
Слова стр. 49
Plural of nouns
Упр. 4 стр.50
Упр.2 стр. 46
Упр.3 стр. 49
Упр.7 стр. 51
Упр. 1 стр. 46
Упр.4,5 стр. 48
Упр. 7 стр. 49
Упр 6 стр. 48
Plural of nouns
Упр 9, 10 стр.52
Упр.4, 5, 6
Упр. 9 стр 49
The green world
Hug, spine fireproof, trunk
Plural of nouns
Упр.1 стр. 53
Упр.4 стр. 54
Упр.7 стр 55
Упр.2, 3, 5, 6
A story about the redwood trees
Контроль аудирование, чтения и уcтной речи.
Animals are in danger
Threaten red herring
Упр. 4 (в)
Упр. 2 стр. 57
Упр.4 стр. 59
Упр.7,8 стр. 61
Упр.1 стр. 65
Упр. 3 стр.58
Упр 8, 9 стр 62
Eating in Britain
Слова стр. 96
Countable and uncountable nouns active and passive
Упр.7,8 стр. 66
Упр. 6 стр. 66
Упр.12 стр. 68
Упр 11,12 стр 68
упр. 17 (В) стр70
Упр. 14, 16
стр. 69 (А)
Passive voice there is (are)
Упр 4,5 стр. 72 артикли
стр. 73, 74
Упр.1, 3 стр.71
Упр.8 стр. 73
Упр. 10, 11 стр. 74
Упр 13, 14
Our favourite recipes
Passive voice reflexive pronouns
Упр.8, 9, 10 стр. 79-80
Упр.11 стр 81
Упр. 13 стр 82
Упр. 1 стр. 76
Упр.5 стр 78
Упр.12 стр. 82
Упр. 3 стр.77
Выучи и запомни
Countable nouns uncountable nouns
Упр. 5, 6 стр. 86
Some, any, no
Упр 4 стр.85
Упр. 8 стр. 89
Упр. 7 стр. 91
Упр.3 стр. 90
Упр.2 стр. 90
Упр.3, 4 стр.100
Упр.1,2 стр 99
Упр.3 стр. 93
Упр 6 стр.94
упр.5 стр. 94
Unit four step one
It really works
Упр.1 стр. 103
Adverbs of frequency
Упр 7 стр. 104
Упр. 8 стр. 104
Упр. 3,4 стр 103
Упр. 6 стр. 103
Упр. 11 стр 105
At the doctor’s
Упр. 6 стр. 107
Упр. 3, 5 стр.106
Упр. 1 стр. 105
Упр. 7 стр. 107
Упр. 8, 9, 11
Упр. 9 а,в стр. 111
Упр. 10 стр. 112
Упр. 11 стр. 112
Упр. 2 стр. 109
упр. 5, 6 стр. 110
Упр. 1 стр. 108
1, 2, 3 стр. 112
Упр 5, 6, 7
Упр. 4 стр. 112
What you should do to keep fit
Упр. 10 стр. 116
Упр. 7,9 стр 128
Упр. 4,5 стр. 115
Упр. 13 стр. 117
Упр. 2 стр. 121
Упр. 1,6 стр. 116
Упр. 11 стр. 116
Упр. 4 стр. 122
Test your self
Unit five Step one
How do you get to school
Упр. 2 стр. 131
Упр. 4,5 стр. 132
Модальные глаголы упр. 13, 14, 15,
Упр. 9, 10
Упр. 11 стр. 134
Упр. 6 стр. 132
Going to Britain
Слова стр 154
Модальные глаголы упр. 8, 9 стр. 139
Упр. 6, 7 стр 137
Упр. 1,2, 3, 4, 5 стр 140
Упр. 14 стр. 140
Упр. 12, 13 стр. 140
Упр. 9 стр. 146
Упр. 12 стр. 147
Упр. 2 стр. 141
Упр. 6 стр. 142
Упр. 12 стр. 147
Упр. 3,4 стр. 141
Упр. 7, 8 стр.143
Упр. 5 стр. 142
Упр. 6 стр. 149
Revision modal verbs
Упр. 5 стр. 148
Упр. 7,8 стр.150
Упр. 9 стр. 150
You projects стр 151
Упр.1 стр. 147
Упр.3 стр. 148
Have you been to central Asia?
Упр. 1 стр. 155
Упр. 2 стр. 156
Упр. 3, 4 стр. 156
Упр.4,5 стр. 156
Упр. 9 стр. 153
Упр.7,8 стр 153
The sea was so rough
Слова стр. 190
Слова тексту 1
Past simple past continuous past perfect
Упр. 1 стр. 159
Упр. 2,3,4 стр.160
Упр.6 стр. 161
Упр.5 стр. 168
The British way of life
Слова упр. 161
Упр. 3 стр. 162
Упр. 3,4 стр. 163
упр. 11 стр. 164
Упр. 12 стр. 165.
Упр. 7 стр. 167
Упр. 2,4 стр. 165
Упр. 5,6 стр. 167
Упр. 1 стр. 165
Упр. 3,4 стр. 166
Упр. 10 стр. 168
Present Perfect past perfect tense
Упр. 2 стр. 169
Упр. 8 стр. 170
Customs Round the world
Упр.1 стр. 175
Упр.6 стр. 177
Упр. 2 стр. 175
Упр. 3 стр. 176
Упр.5 стр. 177
Упр. 12 стр. 178
Упр. 4 стр. 176
Упр. 8, 9 стр. 177
Упр. 1 стр. 178
Упр. 10 стр. 183
Упр.4 стр. 181
Упр. 8 стр. 172
Упр. 2 с 179
Упр. 3,5,6 стр. 180-181
Упр 5 c. 181
Слова стр. 190
Упр. 3 стр. 193
Упр. 4, 5 стр. 194
Упр. 5 стр. 186
THE LION AND THE MOUSE.
One afternoon a lion went to sleep in the forest and did not hear what was happening around him. Soon a little mouse ran up his back and sat there. The lion woke up and looked at the mouse. Then he said, “I shall kill you for waking me up!”
When the mouse heard these words he said, “Please, please do not kill me. One day I may help you.” “What?” said the lion. “How can you, a little mouse, help me, the great lion?” He began to laugh. He laughed and laughed. Then he said, “All right, mouse, run away. I am not going to kill you. Will you help me? Ha! Ha! Hal” One day some people placed a large net in the forest. When the little mouse came to that place he saw the lion in the net. “I cannot get out of the net,” said the lion. “Can you help me, little mouse? Who can help me, please?” “Oh, just a minute“, the mouse said to the lion. “I shall help you. Do you think, I cannot help you? Oh, you are wrong. Let ‘s see what I can do.”
The mouse worked very quickly with his teeth and soon the lion stood up. “Well,” said the mouse. “You laughed at me. Now you see that a little mouse can help a great lion.”
The lion did not answer. “Thank you, little mouse” and went away into the forest.
The lion and the mouse.
1 Where did the lion go to sleep?
2 Where did the little mouse sit?
3 Did the lion want to play with him?
4 Did the lion kill the mouse?
5 What did hi mouse tell the lion?
6 Why did the lion laugh a t the mouse?
7 What did some people place in the forest one day?
8 Could the loon get out of the net?
9 What did the little mouse do?
10 What did the lion say to the mouse?
SHUT THE DOOR.
Jonathan Swift, the famous English author who wrote “Gulliver’s Travels”, liked order in everything. All the people in his house, for example, had to shut the door behind them when they came into a room and when they left it.
One day a maidservant came and asked him to let her visit her sister who lived ten miles away. Swift not only agreed, but let her go there in his own carriage. The girl was so happy that she forgot to shut the door when she left the room. Swift let her go; but about half an hour later he ordered one of the servants to ride after the carriage, and tell the girl come back. Much against her wish the poor girl had to turn back. When she came into Swift’s room, her face was unhappy and she asked him what he wanted.
“I only want you to shut the door,” was his answer.
“Now you may go to visit your sister. I wish you a pleasant journey.
Put “Yes” or “No” “Shut the door” 1. Jonathan Swift was a famous American author.
2. The people in his house had to leave the door open.
3. One day his maidservant asked to let her visit her sister.
4. Swift let her go there in his own carriage.
5. The girl forgot to shut the door, when she left the room.
6. Swift sent his friend to tell the girl to come back.
7. The girl was very happy to come back.
8. When she came into the room her face was unhappy.
9. Swift asked her to shut the door.
10. He wished her a pleasant journey.
I. Answer the questions.
1. How long have you been living in Kostanai?
2. How long have you been studying English?
3. Since what time have you known your friend?
4. Since what time have you been playing football?
5. How long have you been studying at this school?
II. Ask questions.
1. You live in Almaty. How long . . .?
2. Omar is learning French. Since what time . . . ?
3. I’m writing a letter. Since what time . . .?
4. He has a car. How long . . . ?
III. Give plural forms of the nouns.
1. wolf 6. goose 11. foot
2. knife 7. leaf 12. ox
3. rhino 8. wife 13. mouse
4. man 9. photo 14. sportsman
5. child 10 woman 15. watch
IV. Put the nouns into 2 groups: countable and uncountable.
1. car 6. bread 11. sugar
2. water 7. tea 12. meat
3. air 8. dollar 13. napkin
4. bottle 9. money 14. petrol
5. apple 10. time 15. pound
V. Put “How much” or “how many.”
1. . . . . water do you need?
2. . . . . bananas do you have?
3. . . . . does a cup of coffee cost?
4. . . . . languages do you speak?
5. . . . . tea do you drink a day?
6. . . . . time do you need to learn the poem?
7. . . . . eggs do you need to cook a cake?
Read the text and choose the correct answer.
One Sunday morning Mr. Armstrong got up early to make a cup of tea. He always got up early to make tea for the family on Sunday because he wanted them to get up and start working in the garden with him. But no one else wanted to get up. His wife sometimes stayed in bed till ten o’clock, and his daughter, who was usually out late on Saturday evenings, seldom got up till it was time for lunch.
This Sunday morning Mr. Armstrong went into the kitchen and stopped suddenly. There was an elephant in the garden. It was standing on the lawn, eating the roses. An elephant! Mr. Armstrong looked and looked-and the elephant looked at him; then it went on eating the roses.
Mr. Armstrong ran upstairs to wake his wife. “Quick, wake up, there’s an elephant in the garden. “His wife opened one eye. “Don’t be funny, it’s too early.”
“But I’m not being funny. There is an elephant in the garden. Get up and look.”
His wife laughed. “No dear, I know you. You always say such silly things to get me up. Go and make some tea instead.” And she went back to sleep.
Mr. Armstrong went into his daughter’s room. “Quick, wake up, there’s an elephant in the garden.” His daughter opened one eye. “Don’t be silly, daddy,” she said.
“But I’m not being silly. Come and see for yourself.”
“No, go and bring the elephant up to me instead,” said his daughter and went back to sleep.
So Mr. Armstrong telephoned the police, and five policemen came with some men from the zoo. They took the elephant back to the zoo with them. When Mr. Armstrong’s wife and daughter came down-much, much later-they were very angry that he had not woken them up so that they could see the elephant, too.
1. Why did Mr. Armstrong get up early on Sunday mornings?
a) He wanted to have a look at his roses.
b) He wanted to work alone in his garden.
c) He wanted to make tea for his family to make them wake up.
2. What was the elephant doing in the garden?
a) It was eating grass.
b) It was eating flowers.
c) It was sleeping.
3. Why didn’t Mrs. Armstrong get to see the elephant?
a) She didn’t believe her husband.
b) She was asleep.
c) She didn’t want to see the elephant.
4. What happened to the elephant?
a) The policemen took him to the police-station.
b) Mr. Armstrong took him to his daughter’s bedroom.
c) The elephant was sent back to the zoo.
5. Why were Mr. Armstrong’s wife and daughter very angry?
a) Mr. Armstrong had woken them up very early.
b) They did not see the elephant.
c) Mr. Armstrong had told them something which wasn’t true.
Every morning we like to begin our day with a cup of tea. We drink tea every day. But more than three hundred years ago most of the people in Europe did not know anything about tea.
There is a story of an English sailor, who traveled to the East, the West, and the South. He was in India and China.
One day he came home and brought some tea leaves as a present for his mother. She told her friends about the present and asked them to a “tea party”. When her friends came to the house, the old lady brought in a large plate and put it in the middle of the table. There were some brown leaves of the tea on it. The old woman’s friends began to eat them. Of course nobody liked the tealeaves. At that moment the sailor came in. He looked at the table and said: “Mother, what have you done with the tealeaves?”
“I have boiled them as you told me to do.”
“And what have you done with the water?”
“I threw it away, of course”-answered the woman. “Now you may throw away the leaves too”-said her son.
This story shows that people in England knew very little about tea at that time and they liked to tell jokes about it.
Choose the correct answer.
1) Many years ago people in Europe . . . 2) People drank tea . . . at that time.
a) liked tea a) in Europe
b) did not like tea b) in East
c) did not know about tea. c) in Africa
3) A young sailor came back from . . . 4) He brought his mother . . .
a) Asia a) a box of sweets
b) India b) a box of tea
c) Canada c) a box of coffee
5) The old woman . . . 6) She invited her friends . . .
a) did not know anything about tea a) to look at tea
b) did not like tea b) to try tea
c) did not want to drink tea c) to smell tea
7) The old woman treated them to . . . 8) The guests . . .
a) sweets a) played with tea leaves
b) tea leaves b) ate leaves
c) apple pies c) looked at tea leaves
9) The guests . . . 10) The sailor’s mother . . .
a) liked tea leaves a) drank the water
b) did not like tea leaves b) threw the water away
c) took tea leaves home c) gave the water to her guests
I. Use ten adjectives to describe your friend.
1. shy, . .
II. Choose the right proposition.
1. I always care . . . my pets.
a) to b) with c) for
2. The student shakes the room . . .his brother.
a) at b) to c) with
3. My parents always rely . . . me.
a) at b) on c) with
4. You must think . . . your mother’s words.
a) of b) about c) for
5. We must trust . . . our friends
a) to b)- c) with
III. Put sentences in Passive voice.
1. Coffee usually (grow) in South America
2. Butter (make) of milk
3. The room (clean) yesterday
4. Our school (build) ten years ago
5. Apples and lemons usually (buy) in the shop.
IV Change into Passive beginning with underlined words
1. They have bought a new car.
2. The boss offered Tom an interesting job.
3. Someone is washing the apples.
4. He will interview me for the job.
5. They may close the office.
6. They built a new house.
A PLEASANT TRIP.
An Englishman who was in France on a short visit wanted to go back to England. He had only enough money to go back to England. He had only enough money to pay for his ticket. As he knew, that the trip would take only two days, he decided that he could live without eating those two days. So, he bought a ticket and got on the ship. When dinnertime came, he was hungry. In the evening he was even hungrier, but when the waiter came to ask him to have supper, he said he was seasick, and he went to sleep hungry. The next morning the Englishman felt half-dead with hunger: “I shall eat”, he said to himself, “even if they throw me into the sea”. So, when dinnertime came, he went to the dining-room and ate everything that was on the table before him. When dinner was over, he quickly got up and went to his cabin. In the evening when the ship was not far from the harbor of London, he ate his supper and said to the waiter. “Bring me the bill for my meals.”
But the waiter asked: “What bill?” “For the dinner and supper I ate.” “But you paid for your meals when you bought the ticket”, answered the waiter.
Give “yes” or “no” to the statements. 1. An Englishman who was in France, wanted to go back to England.
2. He had a lot of money for his trip.
3. He knew that the journey would take the whole week.
4. He bought a ticket and got on the ship.
5. When dinner time came he was not hungry.
6. In the evening he was very hungry and went to have supper.
7. The next morning he was half-dead with hunger.
8. At dinner-time of the second day he went to the dining-room and ate everything that was served.
9. In the evening he came to the waiter and gave him money for supper.
10. He paid for his meals when he bought the ticket.
THE PAINTER AND THE DOCTOR.
Turner, the great English painter had a dog, which he loved very much. One day the dog fell down and broke a leg. Turner sent for a doctor. He did not want to send for a veterinary; he sent for the best doctor in London.
When the doctor came, Turner said: “Doctor, I am happy you have come. My dog has broken a leg. I know that you are too great a doctor for work of this kind, but please, do it. It is so important for me”.
The doctor was angry but he did not show it. He did, what the painter asked him to do. Next day the doctor asked Turner to come to his house. “The doctor wants to see me about my dog”, thought Turner.
When Turner reached the doctor’s house, the doctor said:” Mr. Turner, I am so happy to see you. I want to ask you to paint my door. I know that you are too great a painter for this work, but please do it. It is so important for me”.
Choose the correct answer.
1. Turner was a great 1. American painter.
2. One day his dog 1. fell down
2. jumped at him
3. ran quickly
3. Turner sent for 1. a doctor
2. a driver
3. a veterinary
4. That person came and he was very 1. excited
5. The next day the doctor invited Turner to come 1. to the zoo
2. to his house
3. to the circus
6. He asked Turner 1. to have dinner with him
2. to tell him about his pet
3. to paint the door of his house
I Put the adverbs in right order. 1. Lessons begin at 8 o’clock (usually).
2. She eats apples (never)
3. We watch TV in the evening (always)
4. I go to the cinema (often)
5. My friend plays tennis (sometimes)
II Put in modal verbs (must, should, could, can, have, to)
1. Children . . . not play on the road.
2. I . . . not skate Last winter, but now I . . . skate well.
3. It is raining outside. You . . . to take an umbrella.
4. The film is interesting. You . . . see it!
5. I have a toothache. I . . . to go to the dentist.
6. You . . . not cross the street when the light is red.
7. Your English is poor. You . . . learn it better.
8. I have lost my pen and . . . not find it.
9. Mom is ill, and I . . . to cook breakfast myself.
10. You . . . always stay in bed when you have a cold.
III Put in many/much, little/few, a little/a few.
1. My tea is sweet. There is . . . sugar in it.
2. Do you usually drink . . . water in summer?
3. Could you give me . . . mineral water?
4. I don’t have . . . books in my bag.
5. There isn’t . . . in formation in the text.
6. Did you have . . . homework? No, I had . . . .
7. I can’t talk to you. I have . . . time.
8. There were not . . . pupils in the room. There were . . . .
4 Ask questions, put the sentences in negative form.
1. We had to translate the text, to give it to the teacher.
2. The girl has to drive the car, he cause her father is ill.
WHAT IS HALLOWEEN?
Halloween was first celebrated many centuries ago in Ireland and Scotland. The Druids thought that Halloween was the night when the witches came out. As they were afraid of the witches they put on different clothes and painted their faces to deceive the evil spirits. They also placed food and small gifts near the doors of their houses for the witches. This was, as they say now, the beginning of expression “trick or treat” (meaning “give me something or I’ll play a trick on you”)
It is considered that Halloween was brought to America by the immigrants from Ireland and Scotland. In the 19th century they celebrated Halloween according to their old traditions (the integral part of the festival was a lantern made of a pumpkin with holes in the form of eyes, a nose and a mouth, and people believed that during the celebration all pumpkins were leaving their vegetable gardens to dance in the streets. During their carnival and after it, groups of children visited nearby houses and asked for candies. “Trick or treat! Trick or treat!” was heard everywhere.
On the 31st of October, long before the time when the carnival procession begins to move, a great number of people get together in one of the streets. They are dressed as witches, demons, and other evil spirits. There are hundreds of large orange “pumpkins” in their hands. After the parade the festival lasts almost till early morning.
Choose the correct answer (False or True).
Halloween was first celebrated in Wales and England.
The Druids thought, that Halloween was the night, when the witches came out.
They put on their best and the most beautiful clothes.
They also put food and small gifts near the doors of their houses.
It is considered that Halloween was brought from Ireland and Scotland.
The integral part of the festival was a Lantern made of pumpkin.
Group of children visited theatres and churches during the festival.
Children asked for candies and shouted “Trick or treat”.
People celebrate Halloween on the 21st of October.
They are dressed as witches, demons and other evil spirits.
An Englishman in Japan.
Once an Englishman went to Japan. He had a Japanese servant who was very polite. The Englishman wanted to get up early one morning and said to the servant: “Wake me up at six o’clock, please. “Don’t forget to do it.”
At six o’clock the servant came into the Englishman’s room very quietly. When he saw that the Englishman was sleeping, he took a piece of paper and wrote some words on it. Then he quietly left the room. The Englishman woke up at eleven o’clock, jumped out of bed, looked at his watch and then saw the piece of paper on the table. It said: “Dear, sir. It is six o’clock now. Please, get up”.
Answer the questions.
Who went to Japan?
Had he Japanese or an English servant?
At what time did he want to wake up?
Was the man sleeping, when the servant came into his room?
Why didn’t the servant wake him up?
What did he do?
Al what time did the Englishman wake up?
What did he see on the table?
What was written on it?
I Match the phrases.
1. I was so angry that I a) started to cry.
2. ---------------so tired …………… b) shouted at him.
3. -------------- so up set …………… c) went to bed at once
4. ---------------so hungry …….……... d) drank a litre of water
5. ---------------so thirsty …………… e) ate two hamburgers
II Choose right form of the verb
I ( played, was playing) computer games yesterday.
He ( wasn’t sleeping , didn’t sleep) at 9 o’clock yesterday.
What ( did you do, were you doing) when your friend came.
They ( were playing, played) rugby, while the referee was watching them.
He ( cooked, was cooking) when he cut his finger.
When father came home, the children (were sleeping, slept)