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Destination B1. Unit 8

A. If the word in bold in each sentence is correct, put a tick. If it is wrong, write the correct word.

1.We first visited China on 2006.- In

2. My birthday is at the second of July. On

3. Let’s meet on five o’clock, shall we?- At

4. School starts again in September.√

5. There’s a party at Emily’s at Saturday.-On

6. What do you want to do on the morning?-In

7. Let’s go and see Grandma on Easter.-At

8. Where do you usually go in Christmas day?-On

B. Complete using on, in or at.

1.There are lots of people in the restaurant.

2. The people who live at number 44 are away on holiday.

3. You should go to the Louvre when you’re in Paris.

4. Gorillas live in forests in Africa and eat fruit.

5. What does that sign on the wall say?

6. What did Ethan say in his letter?

7. Have you heard of the strange statues on Easter Island?

8. Do you really want to spend the whole day on the beach?

C. Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.

1.This photo was taken in winter.

2. We’re at a concert.

3.She’s in the sea.

4. It’s on page 62.

5. It’s in the middle.

6. He’s on an island.

7. It’s on the mountain.

8. They’re at a weeding.

D. Complete using the words in the box.

E. Crircle The correct word.

1.I’m metting Andyt at/on the cinema in a hour.

2. Have you seen the new building at/in front of the school?

3. My new job starts in/on the first day of August.

4. We’re going to Martin’s to see their new baby in/on Wednesday evening.

5. See if there are any tomatoes at/in the fridge, will you?

6. We’ll all have computers connected to our brains at/in the future.

7. I don’t feel like playing chess at/on the moment.

8. I think there’s someone at/in the door. I’ll go and check.

F. Write one word in each gap.

1.to

2. in

3. in

4. to

5. at

6. to

7. at

8. at

9. at

10. at

11. in

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Homework. 09.02.21

“Think 2” Student’s book p. 41,42

P. 41

1.Match the phrases with the definitions. Write the numbers 1-6.

a. Your computer monitor does not show any information any more

3. your screen goes blank

b. A programme shuts down

2. an application closes down

c. You lose all the changes you’ve just made

4. you close a file without saving it first

d. Information appears on your computer screen telling you about a problem

1.you get an error messsage

e. The system that saves information on your computer suddenly stops working

6. your hard disk crashes

f. An application stops working, and the screen will not change no matter what you do

5. a programme freezes

GRAMMAR

1.Complete the sentence. Look back at the article on page 39 to chek.

There were 500 people at the party, and some of them were smashing windows and breaking potted plants. Here are some important tips-no one of them can guarantee 100% internet security, but all of them will help you to be safer onilne.

2. Complete the rule with things/more/none.

RULE: We use the experssions all/some/none/any of them to refer back to a group (of things or people) and say more about it.

3. Choose the correct words.

1.My friends had a great time at my birthday party. All/None of them wanted to leave!

2. I have no idea which of these pens is Carla’s. They all look exactly the same, so any/some of them could be hers.

3.These bikes all look good, but I’m sure some/any of them are better than others.

4. These T-shirts are really cool. None/Any of them would be fine for me.

5. These caps weren’t expensive. I got all/none of them for 12$.

6. We tried lots of different jeans, but none/some of them were the right size for me.

7. All the questions were really hard-I couldn’t answer none/any of them!

8. Her songs are OK-I quite like some/any of them.

4. Complete the sentences with all/some/none/any. (There may be more than one possible answer.)

1.There are 32 students in Sarah’s class. It’s amazing that all of them like music, but none of them listen to jazz.

2. I like most American TV shows, but some of them are terrible!

3. OK, he scored three goals-but some of them were lucky!

4. The cakes that I made were horrible-we couldn’t eat any of them, so we threw them all away.

5. My three brothers like IT, but none of them is as good with computers as my sister.

6. Look at those cameras, some of them are very cheap, but others are very expensive.

P. 42

READING

1.Look at the mixed-up messages. Match them with the types of communisation in the list. Write letters a-f.

1 text message-e

2 text message-b

3 notice-d

4 online post-c

5 email-f

6 note-a

2. Read the messages. Mark the correct answer A, B or C.

1-C

2-A

3-A

4-A

5-B

6-A

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Homework. «Think 2″SB»

GRAMMAR

Indefinite pronouns (everyone, no one, someone etc.)

1. Complete these sentences from the article on page 39. Underline other examples of indefinite pronouns in the article.

1) Most teens think they know everything about social media.

2) Think before you post something.

3) No one likes it when you ‘shout’ in your messages.

2. Complete the table. Use the article on page 39 to help you. Then complete the rule with some/any/no/every.

Everything — something — nothing — anything

Everyone — someone — no one — anyone

Everywhere — somewhere — nowhere — anywhere

RULE: The words beginning with

Every mean ‘all’ (people/things/places)

Some mean that we don’t know exactly which (person/thing/place)

Any mean that we don’t care or it doesn’t matter which (person/thing/place)

No mean ‘not any’ (person/thing/place).

3. Complete the sentences with words from the table in Exercise 2.

1) Where’s my pen? I’ve looked everywhere, but I can’t find it.

2) Using social media can be a real problem. Everyone should know that.

3) The teacher asked a question, but no one knew the answer.

4) Someone left a message for you at reception.

5) Ouch! There’s something in my eye!

6) I’ve no idea where Sally is. She could be anywhere.

7) Do you want a place to relax on your holiday? There’s nowhere better than here!

8) It’s so noisy. Let’s go somewhere quieter.

4. Complete the sentences so that they are true for you.

1) Everyone knows that I am afraid of balloons.

2) For my next holiday I’d like to go somewhere sunny.

3) I don’t like eating anything that has got dried fruit in it.

4) I think anyone can learn to be kind.

VOCABULARY

IT terms

1. Match the phrases with the definitions. Write the numbers 1-10.

1) To key in your password

2) To install a programme

3) To attach a file

4) To have network coverage

5) To upload a photo

6) To delete a message

7) To open an attachment

8) To buy an app

9) To activate flight mode

10) To download a file

a. To clock on the icon of a file that comes with an email — 7

b. To have a signal that lets you make phone calls, etc. — 4

c. To add a separate element (e.g. a photo, a document, a video) to an email — 3

d. To make an image available on the internet — 5

e. To pay for a programme for your mobile or tablet — 8

f. To type a secret word that gives you access to a computer — 1

g. To put a programme on a computer — 2

h. To switch on a function on your mobile or tablet so you can’t go online — 9

i. To remove a piece of text so it cannot be seen any more — 6

j. to copy information or a programme from the internet onto your computer hard disk — 10

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Homework

Present perfect vs. Past simple

1. Look back at the review on page 16. Which questions can you answer with a specific point in time? Then complete the rules with Present perfect or past simple.

  • 1.He wrote his first book when he was five years old.
  • 2.When he was five years old.
  • 3.When she was three.
  • 4.Top 3 European orchestras.

Rule

  • past simple.
  • present perfect.

2. Complete the pairs of sentences. Use the past simple and the present perfect of the verbs.

  • 1. win
    • Has, won
    • Won
  • 2. meet
    • Has, met
    • Mum, met
  • 3. do
    • I have done
    • did
  • 4. record
    • recorded
    • have recorded
  • 5. live
    • have lived
    • lived
  • 6. sign
    • has, singed
    • signed
  • 1. Which of these can you sign?
    • a contract
    • an autograph
  • 2. Which of these things can you write?
    • a novel
    • a song
  • 3. Which of these things can you do?
    • something
  • 4. Which of these things can you win?
    • a prize
    • a competition
  • 5. Which of these can you make?
    • friends
    • a cake
  • 6. Which of these can you miss?
    • your family
    • the bus

2. What verbs can go before the six words you didn’t cicle in Exercise 1? Write at least one verb for each word?

  • party – go party
  • degree – get a degree
  • homework – my sister doing her homework
  • future – think about future
  • a good time – have a good time whit my friends
  • an exhibition – create an exhibition

Write a short passage about someone you have admired for some time. Include

. How long you have known them.

I know about them for 3 years.

. What you admire about them.

Someone I admire is my favorit muzic band it’s BTS. The group has seven years old. The group members are from South Korea. They’re smart and so attractive. they’re producers, musicians, actors and a good famous, I love they’re music, I was they’r fan 3 years. They’re music is motivational and makes me happy.

PHOTOSTORY: Episode 1

  • 1. There is going to be a new cafe in the park.
  • 2.Luke thinks the cafe should open Paul Norris.
  • 3.Ryan thinks Paula Mayberry should open the café.

«Think 2» Workbook

4. Match the questions and answers.

  • 1. d
  • 2. f
  • 3. a
  • 4. c
  • 5. e

5. Complete the conversation. Use the present perfect or past simple and the information in brackets.

Have you tidied your room?

  • Yes, I did it yesterday.
    • Have you taken the dog out?
  • Yes, I did it before lunch.
    • Have you washed your bike?
  • Yes, I washed it one Friday.
    • Did you phone Jim?
  • I phoned him this morning, but the didn’t answer.
    • Did you watch your new DVD?
  • Yes, I watched it last night.

6. Complete the text. Use the present perfect or past simple of the verbs in the list. You can use some verbs more than once.

has done, was, lived, has lived, didn’t finish, has done, has been, has worked, stopped, had, looked, has, bought, hasn’t learned.

Correct the following sentences.

  • My brother has not had a summer job yet.
  • I have already learned to drive.
  • My friends and I have just been on holiday.
  • Have you bought your mum a birthday present yet?
  • The singer has already released five albums.
  • I have just finished writing my blog for this week.
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English 9

For British shops, especially city shops, November and December are the busiest months of the year. Many do not want to go to cities or shopping malls. They are afraid of catching Covid. More and more people are now shopping online. Online stores are safe for shoppers, they never close … even on Christmas Day. Most people spend their money on decorations, Christmas tree toys, etc. City stores do their best to attract them with interesting windows and special offers. The shops are empty very soon a few days before Christmas.

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«Think 2» SB, WB, homework

«Think 2» SB, WB, homework

“Think 2” Student’s book – p.17,18

GRAMMAR

Present perfect vs. past simple

Look back at the review on page 16. Which questions can you answer with a specific point in time? Then complete the rules with present perfect or past simple.

1. When did Daniel write his first book?

Daniel wrote his first book when he was five years old.

2. When did he sign a £60.000 contract?

He has just signed a £60.000 contract.

3. When did Samantha start piano lessons?

Samantha started piano lessons when she was three years old.

4. When did she play with orchestra?

She has already played with orchestras.

Complete the pairs of sentences. Use the past simple and the present of the verbs.

1. Win

a. He has already won three gold medals, and he hopes to win more.

b. He won a gold medal in the 2012 Olympics.

2. Meet

a. My mum has met a lot of interesting people in her life.

b. My mum met Prince Harry ten years ago.

3. Do

a. Mum, I have already done my homework. Can I go out?

b. I did all the things on my to-do list before lunch!

4. Record

a. They recorded their last album two years ago.

b. They have recorded more than 20 albums so far.

5. Live

a. We lived in Samoa for three years when I was a teenager.

b. We’re living in Austria now, but we have lived in many different countries.

6. Sign

a. She has just signed a contract with a new e-publishing company.

b. She signed the contract for her first book on her 16th birthday.

VOCABULARY

Collocations

Circle all the correct answers.

1. Which of these can you sign?

a. a contract

b. an autograph

c. a lesson

2. Which of these can you write?

a. a novel

b. a party

c. a song

3. Which of these things can you do?

a. a good time

b. a degree

c. something

4. Which of these things can you win?

a. a prize

b. a competition

c. an exhibition

5. Which of these can you make?

a. friends

b. a cake

c. homework

6. Which of these can you miss?

a. a future

b. your family

c. the bus

PHOTOSTORY: episode 1

The new café

1. Look at the photos and answer the questions.

There is going to be a new café in the park.

Who does Luke think should open it?

Luke thinks Paul Norris should open the café.

Who does Ryan think should open it?

Ryan thinks Paula Mayberry should open the café.

Workbook – p.11,12

Present perfect vs. past simple

Match the questions and answers.

0. Have you ever played volleyball? — b

1. Where did you play? — d

2. Did you enjoy it? — f

3. Were you good at it? — a

4. Has your team won anything? — c

5. Has your team been to different countries? — e

Complete the conversation. Use the present perfect or past simple and the information in brackets.

Peter: Mum, I’m bored. What can I do?

Mum: Have you finished your homework?

Peter: Yes, I finished it all last night.

Mum: Have you tidied your room?

Peter: Yes, I did it yesterday.

Mum: Have you taken the dog out?

Peter: Yes, I did it before lunch.

Mum: Have you washed your bike?

Peter: Yes, I washed it one Friday.

Mum: Did you phone Jim?

Peter: I phoned him this morning, but the didn’t answer.

Mum: Did you watch your new DVD?

Peter: Yes, I watched it last night.

Mum: Well, I don’t know. What about helping me with the washing up.

Peter: Erm… maybe not!

Complete the text. Use the present perfect or past simple of the verbs in the list. You can use some verbs more often than once.

My grandmother is 65 and has done a lot of things in her life. She was born in the country and lived on a small farm until she was sixteen. She has been in many different places, but she always says the farm was the best place of all. She didn’t finish school, because she started working when she was fifteen. She has worked many different jobs in her life — she was a children’s nurse, a dressmaker and a shop assistant among other things. She worked in a very expensive shop in London for several years. She stopped working after she got married. She had five children and she looked after the house. Grandma loves new things. She has just bought a laptop, but she hasn’t learnt how to send emails yet. I’m going to her house to help her now.

GET IT RIGHT!

Present perfect with just, already and yet.

Learners often make word order errors with just, already and yet. Correct the following sentences.

1. My brother has yet not had a summer job. ✖

My brother has not had a summer job yet.

2. I already have learned to drive. ✖

I have already learned to drive.

3. My friends and I have been just on holiday. ✖

My friends and I have just been on holiday.

4. Have you yet bought your mum a birthday present? ✖

Have you bought your mum a birthday present yet?

5. The singer has released already five albums. ✖

The singer has already released five albums.

6. I just have finished writing my blog for this week. ✖

I have just finished writing my blog for this week.

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Homework. English

A. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line.

Collecting records

These days, most of us have a CD collection. Before the CD, musicians made LPs, or «long-playing» records. Although many children have never seen an LP, they were once very popular. To play these records, you needed a record player with a needle that ran along the record and produced the sound. Some collectors say the sound of LPs was better than CDs — and many singers agree! LPs are no longer very popular as a form of entertainment, but many people buy and sell them. Some of them remember the LP from their childhood and listening to records reminds them of the past.

B. Complete using the correct form of the verbs in the box. You have to use one word twice.

9. Now, everyone knows this song, so I want you all to join in with me.

10. It’s so noisy in this restaurant. Could you ask them to turn the music down?

11. There was a fight during the match and the referee sent two players off.

12. We eat out about once a week and we cook at home the rest of the time.

13. I love this song! Turn it up!

14. I used to play the trumpet, but I gave up last year because I didn’t have time.

15. We stopped playing because of the rain, but when it stopped we carried on.

16. A good way of getting more exercise is to take up a sport, like basketball.

C. Complete each second sentence using the word given, so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Write between to and five words.

17. Jack really likes football and never misses a match. crazy

Jack is crazyly likes football and never misses a match.

18. My uncle worked on a sailing boat until he was thirty.

My uncle was working on a sailing boat until he was thirty.

19. Do you watch TV? feel

Do you feel like you want to watch TV?

20. John participated in a swimming competition last week. part

John took part in a swimming competition last week.

21. June and I had a game of tennis. against

I had a game of tennis against June.

22. I played chess almost every day when I was young. used

used to play chess almost every day when I was young.

23. Volleyball doesn’t really interest me. in

I’m not interested in volleyball.

24. I enjoyed myself at your birthday party. fun

had a lot of fun at your birthday party.

25. Young children like Disneyland.

Disneyland is popular among young children.

26. Karen doesn’t like watching TV. keen

Karen isn’t keen on watching sport on TV.

D. Choose the correct answer.

27. When you rang, I was cleaning my bike.

28. At my last basketball club, we used to train every Saturday for three hours.

29. I really liked the meal we had at your house last Tuesday.

30. We went to the beach every day when we were on holiday.

31. I broke my leg when Tony and I were practicing for the school sports day.

32. Leon never talks about it, but he was once a world champion skier.

33. Denise is working at the stadium until she finds a better job.

E. Match the two halves of the sentences.

35. I waited outside the tennis club for a long time, but George didn’t appear.

36. When you rang, I was in the middle of cleaning my football boots.

37. We finally got to the stadium just in time to see the match start.

38. I just play football for fun, and I don’t want to do it as a job.

39. I loved that film and when it comes out on DVD, I’ll definitely get it.

40. It’s great to appear on stage, with all the audience clapping.

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«Destination b1» Homework

Destination, Review 1 p. 16

A. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line.

Collecting records

These days, most of us have a CD collection. Before the CD, musicians made LPs, or «long-playing» records. Although many children have never seen an LP, they were once very popular. To play these records, you needed a record player with a needle that ran along the record and produced the sound. Some collectors say the sound of LPs was better than CDs — and many singers agree! LPs are no longer very popular as a form of entertainment, but many people buy and sell them. Some of them remember the LP from their childhood and listening to records reminds them of the past.

B. Complete using the correct form of the verbs in the box. You have to use one word twice.

9. Now, everyone knows this song, so I want you all to join in with me.

10. It’s so noisy in this restaurant. Could you ask them to turn the music down?

11. There was a fight during the match and the referee sent two players off.

12. We eat out about once a week and we cook at home the rest of the time.

13. I love this song! Turn it up!

14. I used to play the trumpet, but I gave up last year because I didn’t have time.

15. We stopped playing because of the rain, but when it stopped we carried on.

16. A good way of getting more exercise is to take up a sport, like basketball.

C. Complete each second sentence using the word given, so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Write between to and five words.

17. Jack really likes football and never misses a match. crazy

Jack is crazy about football and never misses a match.

18. My uncle worked on a sailing boat until he was thirty.

My uncle was working on a sailing boat until he was thirty.

19. Do you watch TV? feel

Do you feel like watching TV?

20. John participated in a swimming competition last week. part

John took part in a swimming competition last week.

21. June and I had a game of tennis. against

I had a game of tennis against June.

22. I played chess almost every day when I was young. used

used to play chess almost every day when I was young.

23. Volleyball doesn’t really interest me. in

I’m not very interested in volleyball.

24. I enjoyed myself at your birthday part. fun

had a lot of fun at your birthday party.

25. Young children like Disneyland.

Disneyland is very popular among young children.

26. Karen doesn’t like watching TV. keen

Karen isn’t keen on watching sport on TV.

D. Choose the correct answer.

27. When you rang, I was cleaning my bike.

28. At my last basketball club, we used to train every Saturday for three hours.

29. I really liked the meal we had at your house last Tuesday.

30. We went to the beach every day when we were on holiday.

31. I broke my leg when Tony and I were practicing for the school sports day.

32. Leon never talks about it, but he was once a world champion skier.

33. Denise is working at the stadium until she finds a better job.

E. Match the two halves of the sentences.

35. I waited outside the tennis club for a long time, but George didn’t appear.

36. When you rang, I was in the middle of cleaning my football boots.

37. We finally got to the stadium just in time to see the match start.

38. I just play football for fun, and I don’t want to do it as a job.

39. I loved that film and when it comes out on DVD, I’ll definitely get it.

40. It’s great to appear on stage, with all the audience clapping.

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Homework. Destination B1

A. Use the word given in capitals at the end of each line to form a word that fits in the gap in the same line.


These days, most of us have a CD collection. Before the CD, singers made LPs, or “long-playing” records. Although many children have never seen an LP, they were once very popular. To play these records, you needed a record player with a needle that ran along the record and produced the sound. Some musicians say the sound of LPs was better than CDs-and many collectors agree! LPs are no longer very popular as a form of entertainment, but many people buy and sell them. Some of them remember the LP from their childhood and listening to records reminds them of the past.

B. Complete using the correct form of the verbs in the box. You have to use one word twice.


Now, everyone knows this song, so I want you all to join in with me!
It’s so noisy in this restaurant. Could you ask them to turn the music down?
There was a fight during the match and the referee sent two players off.
We eat out about once a week and we cook at home the the rest of the time.
I love this song! Turn it up!
I used to play the trumpet, but I gave up last year because I didn’t have time.
We stopped playing because of the rain, but when it stopped we carried on.
A good way og getting more exercise is to take up a sport, like basketball.

C. Complete each second sentence using the word given, so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Write between two and five words.

1-Is crazy about
2- Was a sailor
3-Feel like watching
4-took part
5-A game of tennis againts
6-Used to play
7-Really interested in
8-had fun
9-is popular with
10-Isn’t keen on

D. Choose the correct answer.
1-B
2-D
3-B
4-A
5-C
6-A
7-D
8-B

E. Match the two halves of the sentences.


1-D
2-F
3-C
4-A
5-E
6-B

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07.12.20 Destination, Review 1 p. 16,17 Self-dictation:

InfinitivePast SimplePast Participle
bewas / werebeen
becomebecamebecome
beginbeganbegun
bringbroughtbrought
buyboughtbought
choosechosechosen
comecamecome
dodiddone
drinkdrankdrunk
drivedrovedriven
eatateeaten
fallfellfallen
feelfeltfelt
findfoundfound
flyflewflown
forgetforgotforgotten
getgotgot (gotten in USA)
givegavegiven
gowentgone
havehadhad
hearheardheard
keepkeptkept
knowknewknown
leaveleftleft
lendlentlent
letletlet
loselostlost
makemademade
meetmetmet
paypaidpaid
putputput