Розв’язання усіх вправ і завдань до зошита «АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА. 6 клас» Карп’юк О. Д. - 2016 рік

4 (1) Spring: March, April, May. Summer: June, July, August. Autumn: September, October, November. Winter: December, January, February.

4 (2) 1. There is a blackboard on the wall. 2. There are twenty-six chairs in my classroom. 3. There aren’t two books in the waste-paper basket. 4. There isn’t a register on the teacher’s desk.

5 (3) 2. They have got everything in the new classroom. 3. The classroom is simply beautiful. 4. In a perfect classroom there is a vending machine, a bed and a robot. 5. A robot can write everybody’s tests.

5 (4a) Eraser, pencil, sharpener, sandwich, comb, book, sticker, pencil case, CD, notebook, cell phone, ruler, bubblegum.

6 (5a) 1 b; 2 f; 3 e; 4 c; 5 a; 6 d.

6 (5b) If you don’t put your homework off, you will remember it better. If you finish your homework on time, you will go for a walk in the evening. If we do our homework, the teacher will be pleased.

7 (6) In my bag there is a mobile phone. In my bag there are some sandwiches and an apple. In my bag there is an audio CD. In my bag there are five books and some notebooks. In my bag there is a pencil case. In my pencil case there are some pens and pencils, a ruler and an eraser.

8 (7b) Dear Max,

I’m having a wonderful time here in Shatsk. The weather is warm and sunny. We lay in the sun or play outdoor games most of the time. Yesterday we went fishing. I caught a very big fish. Today we are going to make a picnic.

See you soon,


9 (1) I’m Ethan. I’m not crazy about school. I’m bad at Math, but I’m very good at English. My hobby is fishing. Actually I’m crazy about fishing. I’m also interested in sports especially skiing. I’m not very good at skiing, but I’m sure I can learn.

9 (2) 2. Her birthday isn’t in October. It is in May. 3. Her surname isn’t McDonald’s. Her surname is McMurphy. 4. She hasn’t got two good friends in America. She has got two good friends in England. 5. Lynn’s favourite freetime activity isn’t dancing. It is swimming. 6. Lynn hasn’t got three sisters. She has got three brothers.

10 (3) This is Bob. He is eleven years old. His birthday is in February. Bob’s surname is Jackson. He is from Canada. Bob’s favourite free-time activity is watching TV. His hobby is collecting comics. His family is small. Bob has got one sister.

10 (4) I am / am not a boy. I have got / haven’t got a nickname. I am / am not 10 years old. I am / am not lazy and I am / am not a bad pupil. I have got / haven’t got a big family. I have got / haven’t got a sister. My mother is / isn’t very strict. She is / isn’t angry when I get a bad mark at school. My father is / isn’t cool. His hobbies are / aren’t football and cars. I have got / haven’t got a good grandmother.

11 (5) 2. My sister is angry with me. 3. We are from London. 4. He is my best friend. 5. She has got a funny nickname. 6. My uncle has got a black belt in karate. 7. They have got an interesting hobby.

11 (6) a) 1. We aren’t lazy. 2. Sally isn’t my sister. 3. Jack and Pat aren’t my neighbours. 4. I am not friendly. It isn’t hot.

b) 1. He hasn’t got a guitar. 2. We haven’t got an aunt in New York. 3. I haven’t got a new bike. 4. Cathy hasn’t got a big family. My dog hasn’t got long ears.

12 (7) a) My name is Oleh. I like school very much. I like English but I don’t like Maths. There are thirty-five children in my class. 1 enjoy football very much and I’m very good at swimming. At home I like watching television. My favourite programme is Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. It’s a quiz show. My sister hates it. My favourite book is Harry Potter.

12 (7 b) 1. My name is... 2. I’m...years old. 3. I live in... 4. I go to...school. 5. There are...children in my class. 6. My best friend’s name is... 7. Yes, I do. I like school very much. 8. My favourite subject is... 9. I am good at... 10. My favourite TV programme is... 11. My favourite book is... 12. My favourite sport is...

14 (9) b) This is Oleh. He likes listening to music. He doesn’t like drawing. He is going for dancing. His hobby is chess. He is a good thinker.

15 (1) Sister, daughter, sister, mum, wife, grandpa, brother, niece, dad, husband, granny, uncle, aunt, son, cousin.

What is your family name?

16 (2) 1) granny; 2) mum; 3) husband; 4) mother; 5) sister; 6) son; 7) nephew; 8) uncle; 9) father; 10) aunt; 11) daughter; 12) parents; 13) brother; 14) niece; 15) cousin; 16) wife.

17 (3) Mike’s mother is kind and helpful. She has got beautiful blue eyes and short, light brown hair. She is quite tall.

Mike’s father is plump. That’s because he likes eating a lot. He is a bit bald and he is only 43 years old.

His sister has got long blond hair and she always wears a lot of make-up and big earrings. Alice is in the bathroom all day long. She is seventeen. Mike’s little brother Ted is a real nuisance. He is curious and boring.

The man with a grey beard is Mike’s grandpa. Pirate Ed is only his nickname. His real name is Edward. He is very interesting and he tells a lot of amazing stories.

Mike’s uncle Harry has got a ponytail. He makes everybody laugh because he is clumsy. His wife Linda, is always serious. Maybe because she is a police officer. She is slim because she is always on a diet. The girl with braids is Mike’s cousin Amy. She is 11 and she is shy. Her brother Jim is very thin, so Mike’s granny Liz often says, ’Jim, you must eat more if you want to be big and strong.’ And the untidy boy is Mike’s cousin Robert. This is not Mike’s whole family. He has got many other relatives.

18 (4) When is your birthday? Who is at home? Why is Mike tired? Who is your best friend? Where is your best friend? How old is your best friend? What is the time? Where is my bag? Why is the sea blue? How are you today? Where are you today? What are you interested in? What is your surname? Where are your parents? Who are your parents? How are your parents? How old are your parents?

19 (5) 1. Where is your dad? 2. Who is that girl? 3. Why are you happy? 4. How old is your brother? 5. When is your piano lesson? 6. What have you got in your bag? 7. What is it? 8. Who is next to Tom?

19 (6) 1. Who’s; 2. Whose; 3. Who’s; 4. Whose; 5. Who’s; 6. Who’s.

20 (7) Jessica is short and plump. She has got long wavy hair. Her hair is in a ponytail. Robert is strong and thin. His moustache is long and funny. He has got a big nose and he is bald. Sam is fat. He has got freckles and straight hair. His hair is blue. Mia is slim. She is pretty. Her hair is blond and she has got a ponytail. There are freckles all over her face. Kyle is tall and slim. He has got a beard. His hair is long and he has got a ponytail.

21 (8) Brave: Firefighters are very brave. Calm: He is very calm today. He may be ill. Clever: He knows almost everything: he is so clever. Clumsy: She looks funny and clumsy in this dress. Curious: He was curious to know it. Friendly: Everybody likes her. She is so friendly. Hard-working: Helen is hard-working and she always asks for more homework. Helpful: Makar is always ready to help. He is very helpful. Kind: Katia often feeds stray animals and birds. She is very kind. Lazy: Lesia watched TV all the weekends. She is a very lazy girl. Naive: Olha is naive but not stupid. Naughty: The dog was very naughty, but we liked it. Patient: Aren’t you ready yet? I am not so patient to wait for you anymore. Polite: She is your new classmate. Try to be polite with her. Romantic: She is so romantic: she dreams to become a princess. Rude: Don’t be rude to other people! Or they will be rude to you. Selfish: He isn’t selfish. He helps others a lot. Serious: I think serious people are usually boring. Shy: Lina doesn’t have any friends, because she is too shy. Stupid: Learn foreign languages, don’t be stupid. Worried: We were very worried, because we could not find her anywhere.

22 (9) Shy; brave; weak; selfish; curious; bald; fat; polite.

23 (1) Geography: lakes; continents; globe; rivers. IT: computer; chat; Internet. PE: playground; games; gym; sneakers. Maths: multiply; divide; subtract; add, numbers. Science: nature; plants; animals; experiments. History: past; years; heroes; battles.

23 (2) past — the time before now; planet — a large body in space (Earth); continent — Africa, Europe; chat — a talk with friends; plant — a flower, a tree; gym — a room where you do sport.

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My Ideal School

I go to secondary school. School starts at 9 o’clock in the morning and finishes at 14.45 in the afternoon. We have six lessons a day. We go to school 5 days a week. Every lesson lasts 45 minutes. Our breaks last 15 minutes. After lessons we usually go home.

27 (8) 1. Mike’s first week at school is fine. 2. His timetable is horrible. 3. Maths is the first lesson on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. 4. Mr Finch, the Maths teacher, is strict. 5. Mike’s form teacher is young and pretty. 6. Mrs Pitt is Mike’s History teacher. 7. Mrs Pitt is unusual because her hair is pink.

28 (9) Emma: Lucky you, mum. You don’t have to go to school any more.

Mum: But I have to go to work every day.

Emma: Yes, I know. But, you don’t have to do loads of homework every day.

Mum: You mustn’t complain. There are a lot of things I have to do at work, too. Things that I also don’t like. I sometimes have to talk to people who are not listening. I have to draw my plans all over again when my clients are not happy.

Emma: That’s what I have to do as well. I have to write my English essay all over again if Mr Beard is not happy.

Mum: And I have to do most of the housework. You have to tidy only your room and I have to clean the rest of the house. Ok. It’s easier now when Stella is around. There are always some things in life we have to do that we don’t like. Of course, we prefer doing things we like. Do you like your friends at school?

Emma: Yes. They are fun.

Mum: Do you like your drama group?

Emma: Yes.

Mum: You see, honey. There are a lot of things you can be happy about at school.

Emma: Yes, you are right, mum.

29 (10) He has to ask the teacher to explain things he doesn’t understand. He mustn’t forget his homework. He mustn’t disturb the class. He has to listen carefully. He has to do what the teacher says. He has to listen to the CD that comes with this book. He has to write neatly. He has to spend at least 10 minutes studying new vocabulary each day. He has to watch English films or listen to English music. He doesn’t have to ask anyone for help. He doesn’t have to leant everything by heart.

30 (1) a) 2) cycling; 3) tennis; 4) swimming; 5) football; 6) horse riding; 7) figure skating; 8) skiing; 9) boxing; 10) running; 11) ice hockey; 12) karate.

b) 9) gloves; 8) skis; 10) sneakers; 5) a football; 2) a bicycle; 1) a volleyball; 7) skates; 11) a puck and a stick.

31 (2) Athletics, badminton, baseball, basketball, cycling, football, golf, gymnastics, handball, hockey, ice skating, rugby, skiing, swimming, tennis, volleyball.

32 (3) Do: karate, athletics, gymnastics; go: cycling, swimming, skiing, ice skating; play: football, basketball, volleyball, golf.

My friend goes cycling every summer. We play football after the lessons. I like playing volleyball, but I don’t like playing basketball. Boys usually do karate and girls usually do gymnastics. Going skiing and ice skating are his favourite winter activities. A lot of my classmates do athletics twice a week. Did you play golf last summer?

33 (4) 1. True. 2. False. There are 11 players in a football team. 3. True. 4. True. 5. False. Football players can’t touch the ball with their hands. 6. True. 7. True.

34 (5) My favourite sport is basketball. There are five players in the team. You have to throw the ball to other people in your team. You can bounce the ball but you can’t kick it. You can only hold the ball for five seconds. To get a goal, you have to throw the ball into a high basket in the other team’s half of the court. You don’t have to be tall, but it helps!

34 (6) Indoor sports: gymnastics; skating. Outdoor sports: rowing; running. Dangerous sports: hockey, climbing. Fast sports: cycling; horse riding. Team sports: basketball; volleyball. Individual sports: gymnastics; long jump. Winter sports: ice skating; skiing. Water sports: swimming; sailing.

34 (7) 2) swimming pool; 3) music; 4) gymnastics; 5) golf; 6) athletics.

35 (8) Football is an outdoor sport. There are eleven players in a team. Ten of them try to score a goal. The goalkeeper tries to protect the goal. Football players need special shoes called football boots. Tennis is an individual sport. You need a ball and a racket. There is a net between two players. They usually wear white clothes.

35 (9) You have to use a bat. You can hold it in your right or left hand. When you serve, the ball has to go over the net — it can’t touch the net. You have to score 21 points to win a set. Usually you don’t have to wear special clothes but in tournaments, players have to wear shorts or short skirts and T-shirts.

36 (10) Ice hockey: You have to wear skates. You can hit other players. You can’t touch the puck. You have to use the stick to score goals. Football: You have to score goals. You can’t use your hands. You can touch the ball with your head. You can wear a uniform. Tennis: You can’t walk over the net. You have to serve over the net. You can wear white clothes. You can’t touch the net with the racket.

37 (1) 1) dessert; 2) lemon; 3) order; 4) drink; 5) bread.

37 (2) Salad; honey; sausages; spaghetti; soup; pancakes; biscuits; tea; boiled eggs; ham; crisps; mineral water; doughnut; meat; chocolate.

38 (3) Mayonnaise — майонез; mushrooms — гриби; meat — м’ясо; sausages — сосиски; chocolate — шоколад; olive oil — оливкова олія; carrots — морква; biscuits — печиво; ketchup — кетчуп; ham — шинка; jam — джем; butter — вершкове масло; juice — сік; strawberries — полуниця; fish — риба; broccoli — броколі; pineapples — ананаси; yoghurt — йогурт; pickles — мариновані огірки; cheese — сир; eggs — яйця; milk — молоко; tomatoes — помідори; spinach — шпинат; potatoes — картопля; mineral water — мінеральна вода.

40 (6) 1) a carton of milk; 2) a packet of butter; 3) a can of Coke; 4) a piece of cheese; 5) ajar of jam; 6) a loaf of bread; 7) a bag of flour; 8) a glass of water.

40 (7) 1) bottle; 2) bag (box); 3) packet; 4) bag; 5) jar; 6) loaf; 7) bar.

41 (8) Meat: chicken, bacon; ham, steak. Vegetables: tomatoes, onions, spinach, salad, cabbage, potatoes. Fruit: strawberries, oranges, lemons, pears, cherries. Sweet: pancakes, ice cream, apple pie, cake, biscuits. Drinks: coffee, cocoa, milkshake, tea. water. Dairy products: milk, butter, cream, cheese.

42 (9) 1 b; 2 c; 3 c; 4 a; 5 b.

42 (10) The healthy sentences (√). We have to drink a lot of water. We have to wear a helmet. We mustn’t eat a lot of junk food. We mustn’t drink soft drinks very often. We have to sleep eight hours a day. We have to eat a lot of fruit and vegetables.

43 (11) Countable: onions, hamburgers, sausages, bananas, eggs, apples, post cards, potatoes, carrots, tomatoes, newspapers, stamps. Uncountable: cheese, salt, milk, water, ice cream, soap, cloth, coffee, cola, orange juice, ham, fruit, pop music, whisky.

43 (12) Three slices of a tomato (три скибочки помідора), three packets of crisps (три пакети чіпсів), two glasses of milk (дві склянки молока), three tins of tuna (три банки тунця), two loaves of bread (дві буханки хліба), two cups of tea (дві чашки чаю).

44 (13) 1) some; 2) any; 3) a lot of; 4) any; 5) much; 6) many; 7) a little; 8) a few.

44 (14) A: Do you eat any jam for breakfast?

B: Yes, I eat some bread and some jam.

A: Do you eat any biscuits for lunch?

B: No, I don’t eat any biscuits for lunch.

44 (15) 1b; 2 c; 3d; 4 a.

45 (16 a) f — a; c — g; h — d; b — e.

46 (16 b) Waiter: Are you ready to order now?

Mrs: Yes. I think I’ll have the chicken.

Waiter: What would you like to drink?

Mr: Could we have a glass of juice, please?

Waiter: Would you like a dessert?

Mrs: No, thank you. Just coffee.

Waiter: Here are your coffees.

Mr: Thank you. And can we have the bill, please?

46 (17 a) — Can I help you?

— Yes, I’d like a ham sandwich, please.

— Anything to drink?

— Yes, please. I’ll have a large glass of milk.

— Anything else?

— No, thank you.

— That’s £1.19, please.

— Thank you.

47 (18 a) Starters: French onion soup, orange and tomato salad, prawn cocktail; Main Courses: fillet steak, lamb kebab, chicken Kiev, mushroom risotto; desserts: fresh fruit salad, chocolate mousse, ice cream; Drinks: orange juice, mineral water, tea, milkshake.

47 (18 b) — What would you like for starter?

— Yes, I’d like an orange and tomato salad.

— And I want a prawn cocktail. What do you want for main course?

— Chicken Kiev.

— Me too. Anything to drink?

— I’ll have a glass of mineral water. What about you?

— I’d have a cup of tea. What do you want for dessert?

— Fresh fruit salad. I do not like sweets.

— And I’d like some ice cream. I love ice cream.

48 (18 c) Waiter: Hello. Can I help you?

Customer: Yes, I would like to have some lunch.

Waiter: Would you like a starter?

Customer: Yes, I’d like a bowl of French onion soup, please.

Waiter: And what would you like for main course?

Customer: I’d like some mushroom risotto.

Waiter: Would you like anything to drink?

Customer: Yes, I’d like a glass of orange juice, please.

Waiter: Can I bring you anything else? What dessert do you like?

Customer: No, thank you. I do not eat dessert.

49 (1) Baker’s: buns, biscuits, cakes, pics, bread, rolls. Newsagent’s: magazines, newspapers, postcards, pens, copybooks, badges. Chemist’s: medicine, shampoo, toothpaste, soap. Clothes: jeans, dresses, coats, trousers, hats.

50 (2) 1. We can buy tennis balls at the sports shop. 2. They sell meat at the butcher’s. 3. At the chemists we can buy medicines, toothpaste, shampoo and bars of soap. 4. They sell magazines, newspapers, postcards and badges at the newsagents.

50 (3) 1 d; 2 f; 3 a; 4 g; 5 c; 6 b; 7 h; 8 c.

51 (4) 2) loafs of bread; 3) packets of tea; 4) bars of soap; 5) pieces of pie; 6) bags of sugar; 7) bottles of water; 8) tins of tuna; 9) kilos of cherries; 10) cans of Coca-Cola; 11) jar of strawberry jam.

51 (5) — Do you want anything from the supermarket?

— Yes, please. I want six bottles of mineral water.

— I need a small box of chocolates.

— Can you get me a tube of toothpaste, please.

— Yes. I’d like four tins of tuna.

— Can I have a can of Coke?

— Please bring me a large bar of soap.

— I need another pack of ice cream.

— Please buy two packets of crisps.

— Get me a large carton of yoghurt, please.

— Get an extra kilo of potatoes.

52 (6) 1) goods; 2) designer; 3) sale; 4) bargain; 5) fit; 6) shoplifter; 7) credit; —; cash.

52 (7) My sister is a real shopaholic. Every Saturday she leaves home at nine o’clock and goes to the nearest shopping centre. She goes into every boutique, looks around and tries oneverything she likes. She usually comes home with a new dress or a pair of trousers after shopping for a couple of hours. Last week I told my sister to start shopping on the Internet. She liked the idea very much and for two weeks she looked at new clothes and bought them only online. But next Saturday she is going to shop in a ’real’ shopping centre again.

53 (8) Dear Max,

You wrote me about your shopping last week. Last Sunday I went shopping too. I wanted to buy some Christmas presents for my parents. There are a lot of interesting and exciting shops in my town. There were too many people shopping there. It’s Christmas time. I went to a clothes shop and bought a nice scarf for my mother. Then I went to the supermarket and bought a coffee mug for my father. I also bought you a souvenir, but that’s a surprise. You’ll see it next week.

See you soon,


54 (9) Department store: Could you tell me where the shoe department is? — Yes, of course. It’s on the third floor.

Chemist’s: Have you got any shampoo for greasy hair? — I’ll check, but I think we only have it for dry.

Baker’s: I’d like a large, brown, sliced loaf, please. — I’m afraid we only have white left.

Supermarket: Could I have another plastic bag? I’ve got so much to carry. — Here you are. We don’t charge for them.

55 (10) afford; lend; borrow; spend; cost; sell.

56 (11) 1) touch; 2) leave; 3) choice; 4) faulty; 5) cash; 6) cheaper; 7) time; 8) shop assistant.

56 (12) A baker’s, a bookshop, a supermarket.

There are different shops not far from our house. In the baker’s you can buy buns, bread, biscuits and even cakes. I like to visit it almost every day. The bookshop is next to the baker’s. I like to go there, to look through some books. But I don’t buy books often. I ask my parents and they buy me books as presents. The supermarket is opposite the bookshop. We go there twice a week. You can buy fruit, cheese, nuts, honey, cereals and other food. My parents buy food and look for bargains and I just walk along the shelves. Sometimes I go shopping to the supermarket. I usually buy some milk, yogurt, cheese, tea, etc.

The supermarket is the biggest shop in our street. It is also the most popular shop. You can always buy cheap and tasty food there. We do not buy bread at the supermarket, because it is cheaper and fresher at the baker’s. But, as for me, the bookshop is the coolest and the most exciting one.

I like the bookshop best. The shop assistants there are always ready to help. The shelves are well stocked with a wide selection of books. I can spend hours there. But it is very difficult to choose which book I want, because they are so different and so interesting.

58 (1) Water: sailboat; motorboat; ship; Land: train; underground; motorbike; rollerblades, bike; Air: helicopter; plane; spaceship.

58 (2) Silly — sensible; fat — thin; expensive — cheap; big — small; best — worst; unhappy — happy; exciting — boring.

58 (3) a) towns, cities and countries; b) to discover something new; c) advantages and disadvantages; d) a trip; e) foreign countries; f) you some information and help with the planning of your vacations; g) where to go and what to see; h) are full of ideas and impressions.

59 (4) 2 f; 3 b; 4 e; 5 a; 6 d.

60 (5a) c; d.

61 (5b) On the train you can read, talk or just look out of the window, enjoying the trip. At the end of your train trip you will feel relaxed and rested. The train to Jerusalem leaves every hour.

61 (5c) How can you get tickets for the train?

1. You can buy tickets at the train station.

2. You can book them ahead of time at 1 700 656 909.

3. You can book them at site www.israrail.org.il/english

If I get to the train station at 10:30, I won’t wait for the next train to Jerusalem for more than one hour.

61 (5d) 1) train; 2) like; 3) fun.

62 (6) 1. Columbus made a journey across the ocean. 2. When are you leaving? 3. Did you enjoy the party? 4. It’s a good idea to buy tickets beforehand. 5. I can’t decide which dress to choose. I like them all. 6. What time does the train arrive?

62 (7) Last year Ben’s class went on a trip by bus. They went to York. Their bus left the school at 8.00 am. On the way, Ben talked to his friends and looked out the window. Ben enjoyed the trip.

63 (8) 1) to travel; 2) journey; 3) carriages; 4) trip; 5) passengers, pleasure.

63 (9) By car

+ It is convenient. You can travel wherever and whenever you need.

- Traffic jams, accidents, expensive petrol.

By plane

+ It is fast and very comfortable. It is quite safe.

- It is very expensive. You can’t travel wherever and whenever you need.

By ship

+ It is unusual, interesting, and comfortable.

- You may have a seasickness. It is slow and expensive.

By train

+ It is safe and comfortable. You can just sit and relax.

- It can take a lot of time. Some places don’t have railway connection.

64 (10) Hi, Oksana!

Last week our class travelled to Uman. The trip wasn’t very long. I went there by school bus. I was in Sofiivka. It is a very beautiful park in Uman. We spent all day in the park. I was sad when it was time to come back home.

Next autumn I hope to go there again.



66 (11 b) Where did he go? — He went to Rome. When did he go there? — He went there last July. How long did he stay there? — He stayed there for two weeks. How did he travel? — He travelled by plane. Where did he stay? — He stayed at a hotel. What did he do? — He went sightseeing and visited museums. What did he see? He saw Coliseum and other ancient buildings. Did he enjoy the holiday? Yes, he did.

66 (12) 1) do; 2) —; 3) does; 4) does; 5) do; 6) —; 7) does; 8) do; 9) do.

67 (13) Firstly, passengers go to the check-in desk. The agent who works there puts the luggage on the scales and gives each passenger a boarding card with their seat number. Secondly, the passengers go through passport control. Each person shows the passport to the customs officer. Next, a security officer checks your hand luggage. After that, the passengers go to the departure lounge. They wait for the announcement there. When they hear the announcement, they board the plane.

67 (14) 2) ship; 3) van; 4) jeep; 5) bike; 6) boat; 7) canoes; 8) truck.

68 (15) 1. In the past people travelled around the world by sea. 2. Since Magellan’s time people have travelled around the world on foot and by all forms of transport. 3. It took three years to travel round the world in the 16th century. 4. The means of transport were not safe enough. 5. The travelling in the past was too dangerous often.

68 (16) Hi Tom, How are you? I’m sorry it took me so long to write. My trip to Cairo was great! I had a lot of fun and I met a lot of interesting people. The thing that I enjoyed the most in Cairo was my visit to the Egyptian Museum. Can you believe that it took us more than one day to see the whole thing? On the first day, we spent the whole day looking at the wonderful pieces of art in the King Tutankhamen collection. The next day, we took a guided tour. The guide was very nice and he tried to show us everything. At the end of the tour, we went into the mummy room and saw the great pharaohs. We paid an additional fee for this, but it was worth it. The next day, we decided to go to a cultural festival, where we listenedto the traditional Egyptian music. We wanted to go and see the film as well, but we didn’t have the time. Maybe next time! That’s all for now. Write back with your news.

Love always,


70 (17) 1) a boy on the left — people; 2) a girl — a train; 3) a boy on the right — a car.

71 (18) 2) voyage; 3) suitcase; 4) cart; 5) air hostess; 6) check-in desk.

71 (19) Hello, Fiona!

I am on my vacation at the moment. I am in Athens, in Greece. The weather is wonderful. We are swimming in the sea and are enjoying our time. Our travel to Greece is pleasant. We travelled by plane. We started our journey a week ago, on April, 10, from the airport in Kyiv. The plane was comfortable. We arrived at the airport in Athens in the evening of the same day. I have made a lot of photos already because we visited a lot of interesting places. And I have bought a lot of nice souvenirs for all my friends. See you soon.

Best wishes,


72 (20) Inter City Tours offers you to have a wonderful weekend at the seaside. Travelling by comfortable bus will save your time and money. Your journey won’t be tiring because you’ll enjoy watching interesting films or listening to music during the way to the seaside. Besides, travelling by bus isn’t dangerous. We’ll make an enjoyable weekend for you.






























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74 (2) a — Australia; g — North America; і — Asia; e — Antarctica; j — Europe; f — Ukraine; j — France; d — Great Britain; c — the USA; b — Canada; k — Russia.

75 (3) Paris — France; Kyiv — Ukraine; Moscow — Russia; New York — the USA; Sydney — Australia.

75 (4) 1 T; 2 F; 3 T; 4 T; 5 F; 6 F; 7 F; 8 T.

76 (5 a) A: We’re in the centre of London. Look, here is Trafalgar Square.

B: What is that building to the left of us?

A: This is the National Gallery. It has got a fine collection of paintings.

B: What monument is there in the centre of the square?

A: This monument is called the Nelson Column. Admiral Nelson is a famous person in the history of the country.


A: Now we are coming to Piccadilly Circus. It is a meeting place of six streets.

В: I know the home of the Queen is Buckingham Palace. Can we go there?

A: Sure. And we can watch the changing of the Guard there at 11 am.

77 (6) 2 — 3; 1 — 4; 6 — 7; 5 — 8.

79 (7) 2) Big Ben; 3) Madame Tussaud’s; 4) 10 Downing Street; 5) Buckingham Palace; 6) The Houses of Parliament.

80 (8) 1. The Louvre Museum is in Paris, France. 2. John was born in Liverpool, but he lives in Bristol now. He’s a lecturer at the University of Bristol. 3. Marco’s restaurant is between the Harold Hotel and Grand Bookstore in Cambridge Road. 4. When we were in Rome we visited St Peter’s Church, the Castle of St Angelo and the National Roman Museum.

80 (9) Paris is the capital of France. There are a lot of museums, art galleries and other famous buildings in Paris. Over 8 million people live in the city. People speak French in Paris. The city is one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe.

81 (10) There is a big clock in the centre of my town. It is a popular meeting place. There is an ancient castle not far from of my town. Teenagers like to spend their time in a pizza club not far from the centre of my town. The banks of the river are always full of fishermen. People visit an old church every Sunday.

82 (11) 2. San Diego is in Southern California. 3. Is the Amazon the longest river in Latin America? 4. Jamaica is an island in the Caribbean Sea. 5. Lake Michigan is in the United States. 6. The Gobi Desert is in Asia. 7. The Statue of Liberty was made in France.

82 (12) 2. Have you ever tried Chinese food? 3. He has been to China. 4. She has been to London since she finished university. 5. They have lived in Cairo since 1998. 6. How long has Bill lived in London? 7. Mary has met him before.

83 (13) Hi, everybody!

Last month I travelled to Lviv. The trip was short, but exciting. I went there with my parents by car. We spent in Lviv the whole day. I visited several museums and had a chance to take part in Chocolate Festival. I was happy to visit this city and hope to go there again.

Best wishes,


83 (14) Many / lots of tourists visit Scotland every year. It is a beautiful country. One of the most famous cities is Edinburgh. Many people visit this city in the summer for the Edinburgh Festival. It is the busiest time of the year for the hotels. Many / lots of tourists come in the winter when it’s cold and windy. But the hotels are cheaper at this time of the year.

84 (15) Cheops was the name of a king in ancient Egypt who wanted a place to stay when he died. So, he ordered his men to build a huge stone house in the shape of a pyramid. A pyramid looks somewhat like an enormous tent. The base of this pyramid is almost large enough to fill ten football fields. Its peak is as high as a stairway with more than eight hundred stairs. Ancient people built a pyramid without trucks, cranes, bulldozers. It took twenty years to build it.

85 (16) Dear Ihor!

I’m in London now. It’s a wonderful place. The people are very nice. The weather is warm and wet. I like it here.

See you soon,



86 (17) 2) Asia 3) the Vatican City; 4) the Antarctic; 5) Everest; 6) Mexico City; 7) The Pacific Ocean; 8) The king cobra; 9) The fight of the gladiators; 10) Greenland.

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