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At the lower levels the vocabulary sets in each unit are small, but at the higher levels it is assumed that pupils will have a wider vocabulary.
Teachers and parents can be assured that the contexts and situations are appropriate for primary pupils who are learning the importance of good moral and social values at home and at school.
The action in the grammar presentations and in the exercises centres on three siblings — Charlie, Molly, and Harry, and their parents and grandparents. The exercises The exercises challenge pupils to make use of their understanding of the meaning of the grammar as well as their ability to manipulate grammatical forms. This is why, especially at the lower levels, pictures are important. With the limited linguistic resources at their disposal, it is only through pictures that pupils can be expected to differentiate between the meaning of our, your and their, for example.
Pupils are expected to use correct punctuation in the exercises in Grammar Friends 3. They are also expected to use short forms wherever it is most natural to do so and to put the apostrophe in these. All exercises have a completed example for pupils to follow. Where the word or phrase used in the example is not scored through, this means that most of the words in the list are used more than once in the exercise.
Introduction and notes for teachers 4. The review units After every three units there is a review unit. These are shorter units of exercises which provide additional practice of the grammar topics presented in the three preceding units. There is no new grammar material presented or practised in these units.
They can therefore also be used as progress tests to check that learners have remembered what they have learned. There are also six photocopiable tests. Five of the tests are a single page and cover three units each. The final test is a review of the grammar covered in the whole book and is two pages long. The answers to the test questions are supplied. The exercises are grouped in relation to sets of three units in a similar way to the Review units and there are also multiple-choice tests on the grammar topics covered in the book.
Notes on the units Starter Unit: Comparative adjectives: Unit 1: Question words: Unit 2: My hobbies The present simple: Unit 3: Verbs in the base form: Unit 4: At the seaside Spelling rules — -ing form. It may help pupils to be reminded of vowels and consonants before they begin the exercises.
Unit 5: Unit 6: In subsequent exercises, they are required to use the present simple in different contexts. Daily routine verbs: It is also acceptable for pupils to respond in the first person plural. Unit 7: Free time Adverbs of frequency: Pupils should be reminded that the adverb goes before most verbs but after be. Time expressions: Some sentences feature both grammar points. Unit 8: Going shopping Countable and uncountable nouns. Would like. Unit 9: Comparisons Comparative and superlative adjectives.
B is the oldest. Imperative and negative imperative. Encourage them to complete each row in turn, slowly working through each form of the verb independently. Imperative forms: Unit Past times There was, there were. Both of these answers are marked in the answer key and both are correct. Places and objects in town: In frames 1, 4 and 5, the notes provided are not true, so pupils will need to write a true negative sentence followed by a true, positive sentence.
These are provided in the answer key. Past simple verbs: School time The past simple: If the prompt sentence is negative, the short answer should also be negative. In each case, the answers provided use the original prompt that students are given and change the past time expression in order to correct the sentence.
Future time expressions: Yes, he is. Yes, she is. Yes, they are. Yes, they do. Yes, I do. Yes, he does. Yes, you can. OR Can we go to the cinema?
Your book is blue. Our cake is small. Unit 5 1 1 Is he lighting a fire? Yes, I am. Yes, we are. Yes, it is. OR Yes, we do. Yes, you are. Yes, she does.
Unit 8 1 Countable nouns Uncountable nouns date bread banana fruit lemon asparagus apple broccoli aubergine rice glass of water water grape coffee raisin spinach 2 1 some coffee 2 two lemons 3 four bananas 4 three oranges 5 some fruit 6 a glass of water 7 some spinach 8 some dates 3 1 an apple 2 some grapes 3 some broccoli 4 a glass of water 5 a lemon 6 some raisins 7 an aubergine 8 some rice 9 some asparagus 10 an orange 11 some dates 12 some fruit 13 a banana 14 some coffee No, thanks.
Unit 9 1 1 longer 2 shorter 3 younger 4 wider 5 deeper 6 higher 7 bigger 8 louder 2 1 smaller 2 taller 3 louder 4 longer 5 quieter 6 bigger 7 faster 8 higher 9 faster 10 shorter 11 older 12 younger 3 1 A is higher than B. A is the widest. A is the biggest. B is the longest. A is the fastest. Unit 10 1 1 You must do the dishes. Yes, there was. Yes, there were. He has red hair. She had long hair. They had long hair.
Unit 14 1 1 Did I eat breakfast? Lookat the pictureon page6. Writethe sentences usingwosor wereond o comporotive odjective. Affirmotive Shortforms Negctive ShortJorms I om I'm I om not I'm not gouore gou're gouorenot gouoren't heis he's he is not he isn't s heis she's sheis not sheisn't it is it's it is not it isn't we ore wetre we orenot we oren't uouore gou're youorenot g o uo r e n ' t t hegor e theg're thegorenot th e go r e n ' t.
He JromAustroLio. Theg from Eggpt. Questions Shortonswers Am I? Yes,I om. No,I'm not. Is he? Yes,he is. No,he isn't. Is she? Is it? Yes,it is. No,it isn't. Yes,we ore. No,we oren't. Yes,theg ore.
No,theg oren't. Weoftenusequestion wordssuchoswhere,when,whg,whot,whoondwhichwith betofind out informotion. Thequestionwordgoesof the beginningof thesentence. Howold isshe? In questions, we conuseshortformsfor the he,sheor it form. Wedon'tuse shortformsfor theI, gou,we orthegforms. Mg name 3 Gafg. Completethe questionsond onswers. F' 3 Unit1.
My hobbies The presentsimple 2: Chorlietikespl"oging Horrgdoesn't[ikepLoging gomes. I likereading. Un i t2. Writethe correctsentences Notethot we don'trepeotthe -ingverbin shortonswers. DoesPollg likecooking? Dowe Likeptoging? Doesit Likepl. Dotheg LikepLoging? I don't. Doesshelike ptoging? Doeshe LikepLoging? Do gouLikepLoging?
Doyou like skateboarding? UouLikeplogingcomputer gomes? I Completethe questionswith Do or Does. Write questionsond short onswers. Hobbg Like? W 5 Lookof the chort. Congo u. I con. Questions Shortonswers ConI. Cangou download somebreod? Cangou turn offthe radio. U n it3. Cons h e.. Cont he g. I con't. I canplag the guitor..? CanI rideyour bike?
Canwe turn on the television? We useCongou. Canfor ability. Weofienuseconto tolk oboutobilitg. We useConI.
Whensomeone oskspermission. CanI usethe computer? Write P or R. Con gou possthe sugor. I Reodthesesentences. Do theg tol. P 2 Congoupossthe sugor. ConI hovesomecoke? ConI-hevffin oppte. Conwe sit here? Writethem nextto the pictures.. ConI borrowgournewspoper. Writeguestions to oskforpermission ond mokerequests.
That'sgour CDpLayer. Is t his project? L00m in L0seconds 5 Theredcoris. Circlethe correctpost simple negotiveform of be. Mg cousins 8 English. Whot ReviewI Units Reodthe informotion. Mr TogLor. Bo bondT im. Theg t t from Monchester. Useshortforms where possible. Completethe diologuewith the correctform of be.. Do isg.. Rev i ewI Usethe offirmotive. At the seoside Thepresentcontinuous 1 C ho r L ie is h e l. Wedo not usethe present to to[k oboutthingsthot hoppenregu[or[9.
Something thot is hoppeningof the momentwe orespeoking. I om plogi n g I ' m p l o g i ng Ericand Charlieareplaging vollegbalt. I'm stagingat mg aunt'shousefortwo months.
She'stalking to someoneon the phoneat the moment. Wedon't useshortformsofiertwo Affirmotive Shortforms n o m e s. Something thot is hoppeningoroundnow Jora shorttime. Negot i v e Shortforms I t I om not ploging I'm not ploging gouorenot ptoging Uouoren'tptoging he is not ptoging he isn'tpLoging s heis no t p l o g i n g sheisn'tploging it is not pl.
Usephroses 3 Describe from the box. Mokethem negotive. Correctthe notes. Lookof the sentences in exercise3. Write completesentences. Notethot we don'trepeotthe -ingverbin shortonswersto questions in the presentcontinuous.
Is lohn pLayingin the garden? Is it pLoging? Arewe ptoging? Questions Shortonswers Am I pLoging? AreMum and Dadplaying chess? Areyou watchingTV? Is he ploging? I'm not. Whenwe giveo shortonswer. A visit fo the zoo Thepresentcontinuous 2 ls it eating? Is shepLoging? It's running. Is the lions[eeping? Uni t 5.
Is Tereso holdingo comb? Is Mr Rogers reodingo newspoper? I get dressed ot7. Reviewof the presentsimple My doy Thepresentsimple 3: Tobg ondTereso. Arethe sentences trueorfotse? WriteT or F. Usethe informotionin exercise2. Tereso getupeorlg x x go to schoolbg cor x x plogtennis. Unit6 Co [u m He id i Tobg. I Colum doesn'tgo to schqol bgcor. I Tick lthe verbsif thegorespettcorrectlg. I sees lO 2 singgs D 3 woshs l. Now completethe offirmotiveond negotivesentences obout Cotum.
Correct themif thegorenot. Doyouplay outside everyday? Questions Shortonswers DoI Likemil. Doesshelike mi[k? Do gouLikemil. Notethot shortonswers orethe someosfor regutorverbs. Becorefutwiththe heondsheform: Dotheg tike mi[k? Do gouLikemiLk? Doeshe l. Doesit Likemitk? Dowe Likemilk? DoesHeidigo to schoolbg cor?
Thenwrite shortonswers. A"e we oloulnofootboll? I 1 get uP. Mg sisterSondro z stog in bedfor oges. I onLg s hove fruit juiceondtoost. FirstI 2 wosh ondthenI 3 getdressed. We e woLk toschool. Usethe presentsimple. Adverbsof frequency Timeexpressions Henevergoesto thesportscentre. Weareusuallgasleepat 9 o'clock. Do you evergo to the sportscentre? Iane sometimesgoesto schoolby bus. S ue Sue'sneverlate. Lookof thetob[e. Weofien useodverbsof frequencuwith the presentsimp[e..
I don't often bug souvenirs. Weconuseeverto oskhow ofiensomeonedoessomething. Mik eLLL Mike'soften late. Lookof their positionin the sentence. Put the odverbin the correctposition. I Completethetoble with X. I Fronk alwous goesto thecof6before work. I went shopping gesterdog. I'm nineon 10thIul. Mg brothergoesto bed It's Shealwaysgoesto the librargon Tuesdags. I'm meetingMarytodayat 3 o'clock.
We'regoin g t oo c o n c e r t I'm eight. I 'm eight I. Weolwog sh o v eL u n c h It'sWednesdog. We'regoingto o concert tomorrow. It'sherbirthdayon Wednesday. Mg brotheris in hisbedroom.
WeolwogshoveLunchin 10 minutes. Schoolstartsat 8 o'clock. M g b i r t h d o gis It's seveno'clock. Putthe wordsin the correctorder. Notethot we conolso so!: Wedon't useo or on. I'd likesomeasporagus. I'd likea bottle of water. Somefoods conbecountoble ond uncountob[e. Thegoreomountsof thingssuchosfoodonddrink. Countable anduncountable nouns Goiugshopping Wold like - Weneeda melonand someapples. Countoble nouns S ingu[ or PL u r o L o c of on o ronge somecots.
Putthe wordsin the correctcotumn. Lemon 6. Useeochword once. WouldI Like? Wouldhe Like? Wouldit [ike? Wouldwe [ike? Wouldtheg Like? We usuoltgrepl. I wou[d[ike I'd [ike gouwoutdlike gou'dlike hewould like he'dlike shewould Like she'dlike it would like it'd tike we would like we'd like gouwould like gou'dlike thegwould like theg'dlike Whenwe orein o cof6or shopwe ofien usewouldLiketo sogwhotwe wont. Wouldyou likesomegrapes? I'd likesometea. He'dlikean apple. I likeicecream.
Weofienusethe shortform'd tike. Affirmotive 5hortforms we'd likesomegrapes. UsewouLdLikeond o. Writequestions 1 Woutduou likesomearopes?
Thenwrite the replies. Cairois biggerthan London. Charlieis taller than Harry. Toformthe superlotive of shortodjectives. Dadis the tallest. Whichis the highestmountain in the world? Theriversiteis the tongestriverin the world.
Thegellow car is the fastest. Notethot we consogin the world with supertotiveodjectives. That cakeis the biggest. F 2 MountoinA isthe highest. Complete Useo comporotive the sentences.
Unit 9 Completethe sentences younger bigger oldest smaller cleBest- 1 TheNi[eisfhs longest riverin Eggpt. I S ome yi6s 2 dotes 3 oronge 4 9roPe 5 spinoch 6 sondwich 7 woter 8 coffee 9. Putthe odverbsin brocketsintothe correctploce.
Lg 3 Kortwokesup before7 o'clock. Woutdgou liketo come? Review3 Units 1 Writesentences. TI - 2 Wedo our homeworkin the librorg. Completethe conversotion usingthe expressions in the box. Writetwo sentences for eochpicture. Wouldgoulike U Like No. AndI 3 somefruit. Lookof the pictures. Chocolote is mgfovourite. Whot r woul'dgou like to eot? I don'tknow. Sometimes Uoumeons'evergone'. Wecongiveo moredirectordersimplgbg usingthe imperotiveform. Ianemusttry to improveherspelting.
Notethotfor heondshewe do notodd-sto must. Thisisthe infinitivewithoutto.