Розв’язання усіх вправ і завдань до зошита «АНГЛІЙСЬКА МОВА. 6 клас» Несвіт А. М. - 2016 рік

4 (1) 2 f; 3 b; 4 е; 5 а; 6 d; 7 с.

4 (2) 1. Every September Tim greets his classmates. Last summer he enjoyed his holidays in the Carpathians. 2. Every September Olia shares her impressions with her classmates. Last summer she saw the Eiffel Tower. 3. Every September Nina plays in the schoolyard. Last summer she met new friends in Poltava.

4 (3) 1. Yes, I do. 2. No, I didn’t. 3. No, I wasn’t. 4. Yes, I have. 5. Yes, there is. 6. No, she doesn’t.

5 (4) 1) the; 2) the; 3) the; 4) a; 5) —; 6) a; 7) the; 8) the; 9) a; 10) the; 11) the; 12) a; 13) the; 14) a.

5 (5) 1) greeted; 2) met; 3) played; 4) was; 5) was.

6 (6) Hi, Jane!

I’m back to school again. Today I met my classmates. They were in our school yard. We also greeted our teachers. After the lessons we played in the school playground. It was a nice day.


7 (1) 2) Ukrainian; 3) larger; 4) Italians; 5) youngest.

7 (2) Does a father have a job? — Yes, he does. Does he work at weekends? — No, he doesn’t. Does a mother look after a younger brother? — Yes, she does. Does she work? — No, she doesn’t. Does Olha go to school? — Yes, she does. Does she go to the kindergarten? — No, she doesn’t. Does a brother go to the kindergarten? — Yes, he does. Does he go to school? — No, he doesn’t.

8 (3) 1) John; 2) Olha; 3) Kharkiv; 4) Kyiv; 5) grandparents; 6) new; 7) nice; 8) five; 9) kindergarten; 10) family; 11) old; 12) friends.

8 (4) My name is Pavlo. I am 13 years old. I am in the seventh form. My hobby is playing computer games.

My father’s name is Petro. He is 35. He is a worker. He is a football fan.

My mother’s name is Maria. She is 32. She is a teacher. She likes watching soap operas.

My younger sister’s name is Nina. She is a child yet. She goes to the kindergarten. She likes to play with a kitten.

9 (5) 1. Tom’s dream has not been to learn about other countries. His dream has always been to learn more about his family. 2. Tom did not find any old letters. His grandparents found some old letters. 3. Tom didn’t write a story two days ago. He made a chart two days ago. 4. Mrs Tyler didn’t ask Tom to bring his family story to class. She asked the pupils to bring some family photos and notes.

9 (6) 2) the oldest; 3) elder; 4) the eldest.

9 (7) 1. A: How many brothers has Jordon got? B: He has got two brothers. 2. A: What does his elder brother do? B: He is a university student. 3. A: What team poster has Jordon got? B: He’s got a poster of his favourite basketball team. 4. A: What colours are the team’s colours? B: Green and purple arc the team’s colours. 5. A: Whose favourite colour is red? B: Red is Jordon’s favourite colour. 6. Which kind of models has Jordon got? B: He’s got aeroplane models.

10 (8) 1) was; 2) Where; 3) small; 4) What; 5) were; 6) Was; 7) were; 8) eldest; 9) was; 10) was.

11 (9) 1. Has she got blue eyes and a nice smile? — Yes, she has. 2. Docs your mum love cooking and knitting? — Yes, she does. 3. Does your mum love flowers? — Yes, she does. 4. Do you often ask your mum for advice? — Yes, I do.

11 (10) 1) handsome; 2) friendly; 3) kind-hearted; 4) interests; 5) making models of planes; 6) sport; 7) football; 8) son.

12 (11) 1) morning; 2) homework; 3) cook; 4) pleasure; 5) school stories; 6) hamster; 7) escaped; 8) lesson; 9) class; 10) understand; 11) worry.

13 (12) 1) sewing; 2) jogging; 3) kiwi fruit; 4) cat.

13 (13) My face is happy,

Sometimes it’s sad.

I’ve got a puppy

It is my pet-friend.

Its face is oval,

Sometimes it’s round.

It is quite informal

To talk about...

13 (14) Nina, Valia, Olha, and Roman are classmates. They are from Kyiv. They are Kyivites. They are friends. Nina is really charming and she’s clever. Valia looks happy. Olha is rather smart and she looks like an intelligent girl. Roman is handsome. The children have got quite a good sense of humour.

13 (15) My mum is charming,

My dad is too.

They are quite kind-hearted,

What about you?

My sister’s brilliant,

My brother is too.

They are intelligent,

What about you?

My granny is polite,

My dad is too.

They are quite patient,

What about you?

14 (16) 1) sociable; 2) cheerful; 3) caring; 4) have a good sense of humour; 5) moody; 6) intelligent; 7) curious; 8) lazy.

15 (1)

Shopping Place

Things I Bought


The baker’s

Bread and buns

50 UAH

A market

a T-shirt

150 UAH

The greengrocer’s


40 UAH

A supermarket

Ajar of jam

30 UAH

The butcher’s


30 UAH

I spent: 300 UAH

Last month I went shopping at a bookshop, the baker’s, a market, the greengrocer’s, the butcher’s and a supermarket. I bought a book, some bread and buns, a T-shirt, bananas, a jar of jams and sausages. 1 spent three hundred hryvnias.

15 (2) 1) many (the greengrocer’s); 2) much (a grocer’s); 3) many (the baker’s); 4) much (a dairy).

16 (3) 1. At the greengrocer’s

Vicky: Can I have a kilo of strawberries and six bananas.

At a dairy

Sally: I’d like a litre of cream, please.

At a grocer’s

Vicky: Can I have some sugar, please.

17 (4) 1) had; 2) couldn’t come; 3) wanted; 4) went; 5) bought; 6) planned; 7) bought; 8) wore; 9) was; 10) was.

Helen visited the baker’s, the greengrocer’s, the grocer’s, the butcher’s and a dairy. Or she might visit a supermarket and a market.

18 (5) 1) Customers; 2) the Customer’s Service Area; 3) Shop-assistants ... at hand; 4) Shop-assistants ... customers; 5) departments ... supermarket; 6) address to somebody for help.

18 (6) 1) has...sold, sold; 2) has...written; 3) Has...tried on. Did...try; 4) Did...buy, bought; 5) did, has...done; 6) has...chosen, chose.

19 (7) 1) much; 2) many; 3) any; 4) any; 5) some; 6) any; 7) some; 8) any.

19 (8) 1) any; 2) isn’t any; 3) some; 4) loaf; 5) bottle; 6) flour; 7) any; 8) slice.

1 B; 2 A; 3 C; 4 B; 5 A; 6 C; 7 B; 8 B.

20 (9) 1) isn’t, a grocery; 2) any, some, a dairy; 3) any, some, a supermarket; 4) Any, isn’t any, some, some, a dairy; 5) Any, some, isn’t any, the greengrocer’s; 6) any, any, the baker’s.

20 (10a) A: Good morning, madam! Can I help you?

В: Yes, please. I would like to change my T-shirt.

A: OK. When did you buy it?

B: On Friday.

A: Could you show me your receipt, please?

B: Oh, yes. Here you are.

A: Thank you. Here is your money, please.

21 (10b) 1. The customer came to the Customer’s Service Area. 2. She wanted to change her T-shirt. 3. She bought a T-shirt on Friday.

21 (11) 1. Pizzas and spaghetti. 2. Every second day. 3. Three plates of spaghetti. 4. A bottle. 5. Two cans.

22 (12) 2) cherries; 3) merry; 4) a teddy bear; 5) cheese; 6) scooter; 7) grandmas; 8) market.

22 (13) He is going to buy a banana. He might buy some sweets if he has enough money. He is going to buy a cup of tea. He might not buy some juice, because he prefers tea. He is going to buy a chicken sandwich. He might buy a strawberry biscuit if he has enough money.

23 (14) 1) are; 2) at; 3) are selling; 4) don’t see; 5) might; 6) are; 7) are selling; 8) isn’t; 9) might; 10) are; 11) are selling; 12) isn’t any; 13) might sell.

23 (15) 1) shoe; 2) size; 3) colour; 4) blue; 5) try...on; 6) choice; 7) like; 8) right; 9) T-shirt; 10) much; 11) take.

24 (16) 1. At the shoe shop. 2. To buy new shoes. 3. Sneakers. 4. 36. 5. Blue and white. 6. Yes, I can. 7. Yes, they are. 8. My T-shirt. 9. 250 UAH.

25 (17) 1) been to many landmarks; 2) The day was rainy; 3) a kind of work; 4) went to a confectionery; 5) a cup of tea with milk; 6) It was delicious!; 7) planned to visit; 8) and bought a nice sweater; 9) appreciate my choice; 10) going to the Tower of London; 11) I’ve learnt; 12) *Natalie

26 (18) Bread rolls, sausages, fish, tomatoes, cabbage, cheese, eggs, a bottle of water.

26 (19) One penny is just a penny.

Five pence make a nickel.

Ten pence make a dime.

Twenty-five pence make a quarter.

Fifty pence make half a dollars.

One hundred pence make a dollar.

One dollar is what I am saving in my PIGGY BANK!

27 (20) 1) hryvnias...kopiikas; 2) pounds...pence; 3) dollars...cents; 4) coins; 5) sides; 6) banknote.

27 (21) Ann has already bought earrings, a bracelet and a ring. She has paid £32.88.for her purchase. The earrings cost £9.99, the bracelet cost £15.90, and the ring cost £6.99.

28 (22) 1. It is a traditional place for children to keep coins. 2. It was on the shelf in the playroom. 3. Because the toys thought that the piggy bank was very rich. 4. Because the tin soldiers protected it. 5. It was so full that it broke into pieces. 6. Because the boy wanted to buy a new bike.

28 (23) I would like to buy a flash card, a new video game, a big pizza and a chocolate ice cream.

29 (24) 1. Who founded the shop in 1760? 2. Where is it located? 3. How many toys does Hamleys have? 4. What do you enter stepping over the threshold? 5. How many floors are there in the shop? 6. What did William Hamley dream about?

29 (25) 1) wasn’t; 2) was; 3) had; 4) knew; 5) were; 6) didn’t want; 7) came up; 8) went; 9) is; 10) can; 11) don’t; 12) said; 13) will.

30 (26) ’That’s a good idea,’ said the manager. We will help the environment. And we will not waste the resources, because people can recycle paper bags.

The next week the supermarket sold only paper bags. These bags became popular all over the world.

31 (1) A cake. A cake is sweet. Cakes taste sweet. A lemon. A lemon is sour. Lemons taste sour. A red pepper. A red pepper is bitter. Red peppers taste bitter. Cheese. Cheese is salty. Cheese tastes salty.

31 (2) 1) sweet; 2) sour; 3) sweet; 4) salty; 5) salty; 6) spicy.







Cereal, toast, orange juice

Sandwiches, a packet of crisps, an apple

Meat, vegetables and potatoes.


A cake and a glass of milk

Salad, fish

Soup, meat and salad


Rice with egg, a glass of tea

Noodles, chicken

Rice and pork with vegetables

32 (4) I usually eat cereal and a glass of tea for breakfast, because it makes me strong. I usually have sandwiches for lunch, because they are a quick snack and give me energy. I always eat soup and salads for dinner. They are full of vitamins. I don’t have crisps because they are not useful for my health.

32 (5)






Fish and vegetables



chicken and rice



egg rolls



green peas and chicken



potato omelette

33 (6) 1. British lunch is also called Sunday Roast. 2. Families and friends. 3. Good food. 4. Roasted meat. 5. A pudding is popular in the cold months and a dessert is popular in the summer.

34 (7) Uzvar, borshch, pampushky, varenyky, symyky.

I like a lot of Ukrainian dishes. My mother cooks them quite often. But my favourite dish is varenyky. I especially like potato and cottage cheese varenyky served with sour cream.

35 (8) Dear Jack,

In your last letter you wrote me about the traditional English breakfast. It was very interesting to know. In my family we do not eat so much. You also asked me to write about our traditional food. The most popular traditional dishes are varenyky, deruny, holubtsi and borshch with pampushky.

Borshch is a kind of soup. You need red beets, carrots, potatoes, cabbage, and tomatoes to cook it. It is served with sour cream. It is yummy!

I hope to see you soon and my mum will cook some Ukrainian dishes for you.



35 (9) 2. Alex. 3. Matt. 4. Rose. 5. Sophie. 6*. Pizza.

Pizza is my favourite food.

36 (10) 2) likes; 3) doesn’t; 4) likes; 5) like; 6) like.

36 (11) My father likes fish soup. He quite likes roast meat. He doesn’t like sour milk. He prefers compote.

My mother likes mushroom soup. She quite likes cutlets. She doesn’t like noodle soup. She prefers borshch.

I like chicken broth. I quite like fried potatoes. I don’t like porridge. I prefer vegetables.

36 (12) 1) don’t like; 2) cooks; 3) don’t like; 4) like.

37 (13) 1. We usually help ourselves to food on the table at the cafe at lunchtime. Where do you usually help yourselves to food on the table at lunchtime? 2. They ate Chinese food with chopsticks. How did they eat Chinese food? 3. He has served his guest with rice. What has he served his guest with? 4. They will have ham and cheese sandwiches for picnic next Sunday. When will they have ham and cheese sandwiches? 5. Look! Sam is buying orange juice and mineral water for a picnic. Who is buying orange juice and mineral water for a picnic? 6. When we came to the picnic area, mum and dad had decorated it with balloons and toys. Had mum and dad decorated it with balloons and toys, when you came to the picnic area?

38 (15) 1) frozen, sweet; 2) raw, fresh; 3) fried, spicy, sweet sour.

38 (16) 1 B; 2 D; 3 F; 4 E; 5 A; 6 C.

Spain is famous for tortilla. England is famous for chicken tikka masala. Thailand is famous for Pad Thai. Italy is famous for pizza. Japan is famous for sushi.

39 (17) 1) tastes; 2) put; 3) pour; 4) mixes.

41 (1) Student A is fond of fencing, football, chess and gymnastics

Student В enjoys tennis, skating, athletics and chess.

41 (2)


Go in for















42 (3) 1) hard, 2) carefully, 3) quickly, 4) carefully, hard, quickly.

42 (4) Football — at the stadium, swimming — in the swimming-pool, gymnastics — in the gym, sailing — on the lake, cycling — on a track.

We go swimming in the swimming-pool. We do gymnastics in the gym. We go sailing on the lake. We go cycling on a track.

43 (5)

Kinds of sport

You need



Two teams


A football






A basketball



A swimsuit / swimming trunks






A surfboard


Ice hockey

A hockey stick and a puck



A snowboard


When you go skiing, you need skis. You need snow on a slope to ski and jump. When you play basketball you need a basketball. There are two teams of five players each. When you go swimming you need a swimsuit or swimming trunks. You need some water to swim in. When you go skiing you need skis. You need some snow to ski on. When you go surfing you need a surfboard. You need some waves on water to surf. When you play ice hockey you need a hockey stick and a puck. There are two teams of eleven players in each. When you go snowboarding you need a snowboard. You need snow on a slope.

43 (6) Jennifer can do gymnastics but she can’t go cycling. Vanessa can do judo but she can’t go swimming. Tim can play football but he can’t go cycling. Mary can’t play football but she can go cycling.

44 (7) 1) liked; 2) was; 3) liked; 4) liked; 5) was; 6) was playing; 7) got; 8) couldn’t; 9) were; 10) didn’t; 11) didn’t play; 12) won; 13) visited; 14) brought.

44 (8) 1) which/what; 2) why; 3) how often; 4) who.

45 (9) 1. My friend goes to the pool every weekend. 2. My sister does gymnastics every Saturday. 3. Children like winter sports. 4. Do you like yachting? 5. Where do people play hockey?

45 (10) 1. Sometimes Peter is late for the basketball practice. 2. I always do my morning exercise. 3. We usually ski in the park in winter. 4. My friend never does karate.

45 (11) My favourite kind of sport is swimming. It is a summer sport. It is an in door sport. I have trainings twice a week. I like swimming because it is good for my body and helps me to keep fit. My favourite sports star is Yana Klochkova. She’s 33 years old and she’s from Ukraine. She’s tall. I like her because she won five Olympics medals in swimming.

46 (12) 1) to climb the mountain; 2) go skiing; 3) has scored the goal; 4) to play badminton; 5) win a cup; 6) to swim 100 metres; 7) to watch a cricket match on TV; 8) to meet a sports star; 9) ride a horse.

46 (13) 1. The girl’s name is Anna. 2. She lived in Brazil. 3. Yes, she did. 4. She learned how to ride a horse and how to look after it. 5. She lives in the USA now. 6. Yes, she can. 7. She can do that on her friend’s farm. 8. Her friend’s father lets her ride a horse.

47 (14) Hi, Anna!

It was very interesting for me to know about your sporting experience. I can’t ride a horse, but I can swim. I started swimming when I was 5. I visited a swimming pool three times a week. Now I’ve got a lot of homework and can’t go to the swimming pool so often. I go swimming only once a week. Every Sunday I play football with my friends. I like to play football, but there isn’t a football club near my house. Sometimes I go jogging in the morning.

Best wishes,


47 (15) 1) kicked; 2) scored; 3) was; 4) was; 5) used; 6) thought; 7) joined; 8) did not train; 9) needed; 10) was; 11) started; 12) helped; 13) liked; 14) asked; 15) thought; 16) did; 17) won; 18) came; 19) taught.

48 (16) What was the old ball made of? Who started to use the old ball again? When did a new boy join the team? Where did the boy find the old ball? Why did the boy ask the coach to use the old ball?

48 (17) 1) match; 2) player; 3) score; 4) goal; 5) team; 6) win; 7) loose; 8) match; 9) scored; 10) point; 11) win; 12) player; 13) win; 14) race.

49 (18) Play: volleyball, badminton, tennis, badminton, hockey, golf.

Do: judo, karate, gymnastics, athletics, boxing.

Go: in for — jogging, swimming, running, yachting, skating, boating, jumping, racing, horse riding, cycling, skateboarding.

49 (19) They are skiing now. He is skateboarding now. She is riding a horse now. They are yachting now. She is surfboarding now. He is jumping at the moment. She is doing gymnastics now.

50 (20) 1) is running; 2) are playing; 3) are going to take; 4) swam; 5) will run.

50 (21) 1 I (I like to go bowling); 2 C; 3 C; 4 I (We like to go hiking); 5 I (They usually play golf); 6 I (Mike and Carol do karate).

51 (22) Dear Jack,

There are a lot of possibilities to go in for sport in my town. There are a lot of school stadiums here. You can run, jump, play football or basketball there. There are some swimming pools in my town and there is a skating rink. If you like to do gymnastics, karate, wrestling or weightlifting you can visit one of our sports club. You can even go bowling in my town. So, hope you visit me soon and we’ll attend some of the sport clubs.

I’m looking forward to hearing from you.



52 (1) 1. The Statue of Liberty is in New York, the USA. I can get there by plane. The Eiffel Tower is in Paris, France. I can get there by bus. The Pyramids are in Giza, Egypt. I can get there by plane. Mount Hoverla is in the Carpathians, Ukraine. I can get there by car and on foot. The Parthenon is in Athena, Greece. I can get there by plane.

53 (2) 1. I can get there on foot. 2. I can get there by train or by bus. 3. I can get there by plane. 4. I can get there by car. 5. I can get there on foot. 6. I can get there by trolleybus.

53 (3) 1) a rucksack; 2) by plane; 3) a map; 4) sneakers; 5) A travel card; 6) an interesting book.

54 (4) My mom goes to work on foot. It takes her 20 minutes to get there. Olha goes to school by bike. It takes her 10 minutes to get there. Roman goes to the university by underground or by scooter. It takes him 40 minutes to get there. Granny goes to a market place by trolleybus. It takes her 15 minutes to get there. The Petrenkos go to the seaside by plane. It takes them 2 hours to get there. Travellers go along the Dnipro River by boat. It takes them 10 hours to finish their trip.

54 (5) 1. Volodymyr can travel by bus or by car to visit his granny. 2. He can travel by plane to visit his penfriend in the USA. 3. He can travel by bus to visit his friend. 4. He can travel by train to visit his aunt. 5. He can travel on foot to visit his grandfather.

55 (6) 1. Dear Adam, Hi! My name’s Ivan. I’m from Ukraine. lean get to Poznan by bus or by car. Write soon. 2. Dear Lily, Hi! I’m Ivan. I live in a town. I can get to Australia by plane. 3. Dear Elena! I’m Ivan. I’m from Ukraine. I can get to Santorini by plane.

56 (7) From: Ivan

To: Adam

Subject: Trip

Dear Adam,

Hi! My name’s Ivan. I’m 12. I’m from Ukraine. I live in Kovel. It is a very nice town. Poznan is not far from Kovel. If you want to visit it, you can take a car, a bus or a train. It’ll take you about 7 hours to get to my town.

Hope to see you soon. Bye. Ivan.

56 (8) Alex travels by plane. Nina travels by car. Oleh travels on foot. Olha travels by boat. Tom travels by ship.

57 (9) people / by bus; Linda / by train; a man/ by ship; a woman / by plane; the Smiths / on foot.

People are having a meeting soon. They are going to travel by bus.

Linda is going on holidays. She’s going to travel by train.

A man is going to some Greek island. He is going to travel by ship.

A woman is going to visit her friend in the USA. She is going to travel by plane.

They are hiking. They are going to travel on foot.

57 (10)









to America

in 1620

to look for a better life




to London

in 1616

to meet Queen Anne and King James


James Cook

to Newfoundland

in 1758

to make detailed maps


Marco Polo

to China

in 1271

to get familiar with the Chinese customs


Ferdinand Magellan


around the world

in 1519

To make a voyage round the world and bring spices to Spain


A team of pilots


around the world

In 1924

to make the first flight around the world

58 (11) Beach holiday: dress, sandals, sunglasses, sunhat, swimming costume.

Walking holiday: shorts, walking shoes, waterproof jacket, T-shirt, cap, raincoat.

59 (12) You should take a sweater, jeans and boots with you while travelling to Canada, because the weather may be cold there. You should take a sunhat and sunglasses with you while travelling to Italy, because the weather may be sunny there. You should take a swimsuit with you while travelling to Thailand or Turkey, because the weather may be hot there. You should take a blouse with you while travelling to Germany or Sweden, because the weather may be cool there. You should take shorts with you while travelling to Brazil, because the weather may be hot there.

59 (13) 1. You should eat such food quickly. 2. You should throw the garbage away. 3. You should use them carefully. 4. You should air the rooms every day. 5. You should water them. 6. You should leave something at home. 7. You should buy tickets soon.

60 (14) 1) travel agent’s; 2) hotel; 3) suitcase.

c) 1) passport; 2) traveller’s cheques; 3) ticket; 4) camera; 5) guidebook.

1. My passport is in the bag. 2. My traveller’s cheques are in my bag, too. 3. The ticket is still on the table. 4. My camera is in the traveller’s bag. I haven’t bought a guidebook yet.

60 (15) 1 D; 2 A; 3 B; 4 C.

61 (16) 1) a passport, a travel document; 2) a token; 3) bus pass; 4) a return ticket; 5) a single ticket.

62 (17) 1 B; 2 A; 3 B; 4 B.

62 (18) I like travelling. Usually I travel by car with my parents. I always take a rucksack with all the necessary things. I never plan how to spend my holidays. I like to decide everything at the last moment. I always spend the last evening of vacation packing the things for the return trip.

63 (19) 1) did, didn’t; 2) Did, did; 3) did, didn’t; 4) did, didn’t, didn’t; 5) did, did.

63 (20) 1. I went to the Carpathians. 2. I wanted to see the mountains. 3. I travelled there by car. 4. The trip took me 4 hours. 5. I saw forests, flowers and mountains. 6. Yes, I did. 7. I bought wooden souvenirs.

64 (21) 1) noticeboard; 2) bus stop; 3) the underground map; 4) a ticket machine.

64 (22) First I would like to visit Venice and to sail in a boat along the canals. I would like to visit Paris, too. I would watch magnificent monuments and have a boat tour along the Seine River. Also I would visit Amsterdam and see its canals. I like sailing.

65 (23) 1. A: Why don’t we go to Italy? B: That’s a good idea. Rome, its capital city, is really picturesque. 2. A: Why don’t we go to Spain? B: That’s a good idea. Madrid, its capital city, is really marvellous. 3. A: Why don’t we go to the USA? B: That’s a good idea. Washington, its capital city, is really interesting. 4. A: Why don’t we visit Brazil? B: That’s a good idea. Brasilia, its capital city, is really exotic.

66 (24)




the Golden Gate


by train/plane/bus

Vysokyi Zamok


by train/plane/bus

the Lubart’s Castle


by train/bus

dendropark Sophiivka


by train/bus

The Golden Gate is an ancient monument in Kyiv. It was built by Yaroslav the Wise. The Lubart’s Castle is situated in Lutsk. It is the symbol of the city.

66 (25) 1. People have visited the UK. 2. People have visited Canada. 3. People have visited France. 4. People have visited Thailand. People have visited Venice, Italy. People have visited China.

67 (26) A 1) am; 2) is; 3) have already seen; 4) have been; 5) am going to.

В 6) are travelling; 7) have already watched; 8) was; 9) are going to watch; 10) have an.

69 (1) 1) Oxford Street; 2) the Tower of London; 3) Tower Bridge; 4) the National Gallery; 5) Buckingham Palace; 6) Nelson’s Column; 7) Westminster Abbey; 8) the British Museum; 9) Madam Tussauds Waxworks Museum; 10) the Houses of Parliament.

70 (2) Dear Max,

I’m in London with my parents now. It is a wonderful city. I am going to the Tower of London and the British Museum this week. Also I want to see the National Gallery, but we are short of time.



70 (3) 1. When was the Westminster Abbey founded? 2. What treasures can we find in the Abbey? 3. What is St Paul’s Cathedral famous for? 4. What is above the State Entrance?

71 (4) Dear Mum,

I’m having a nice time here in London. I have already visited Madam Tussauds Waxworks Museum and the Tower of London. Next week I am going to visit the National Gallery and Buckingham Palace. London is very exciting place to visit.



71 (5)


What country?

What city?

What landmark?

Mr. Stubbfied

England (the UK)


Big Ben

72 (6) Hi, Mum,

Greetings from Scotland. I’m in Edinburgh now. I was in Edinburgh Castle yesterday. It is very exciting.



72 (7) 1 T; 2 F; 3 F; 4 T; 5 T; 6 F.

73 (8) The Globe Theatre is as famous as Westminster Abbey. The Globe Theatre is not as old as the Houses of Parliament. The Globe Theatre is not as big as the National Gallery.

73 (9) 1) on; 2) turn; 3) in; 4) along.

73 (10) 1. (P) Could I borrow your umbrella? 2. (R) Can we ask the teacher to organize the excursion to the British Museum? 3. (P) Can we ask our guide to show us the souvenir shop? 4. (R) Could you shut the window, please?

74 (11) 1. Who lives in Buckingham Palace? 2. What places of interest are situated in London? 3. Where can we go to watch a play? 4. When does the British Museum open? 5. Why is the flag waving over Buckingham Palace?

74 (12) I) Where did you go yesterday? 2) Wow. It’s great! I am sure you really enjoyed your visit. 3) Did you visit the Jewel Room? 4) Did you go to the Bloody tower?

75 (13) 1. Yes, they did. 2. Because they visited all the museums. 3. The Puppet Show. 4. They watched an interesting video before they went there. 5. Yes, it is. 6. No, they didn’t.

75 (14) 1) did...go; 2) was; 3) was; 4) Did...stay; 5) Did...see; 6) did.

75 (15) A: Oksana, you are back! What were your holidays like?

B: They were exciting. I had a fabulous time!

A: Where did you go?

В: I went to Lviv.

A: How long did you stay there?

B: For three days.

A: What places of interest did you visit?

В: I visited Komyakt’s Palace, St George’s Cathedral and St Nicholas’ Church.

A: Did you like the sights?

B: Yes, I did. They were marvellous!

A: What are your impressions of Lviv?

B: The city is wonderful! You must see it!

77 (1) 1. What is the capital of Ukraine? 2. How many people live in Kyiv? 3. What are the streets like in Kyiv? 4. What is Kyiv? 5. How can you travel around the city? 6. What is Kyiv famous for?

77 (2) 1) how was yesterday’s trip; 2) about our capital; 3) you visit; 4) The oldest; 5) taught us about; 6) the historical pages of Ukraine; 7) important to know; 8) travel in space and time.

78 (3) 1. Independence Square; 2. Andriyivskiy Uzviz; 3. Kyiv-Pecherska Lavra; 4. Mariyinskiy Palace; 5. The House with Chimeras.

78 (4) 1 E; 2 C; 3 B; 4 D; 5 A.

79 (5) 1. Dominic has written the postcard. 2. He has travelled to Mariyinskyi Palace. 3. It is in Kyiv. 4. He liked the park and the palace.

80 (6) 1) St Sophia’s cathedral; 2) eleventh century; 3) souvenirs. 4) Pavlo*

80 (7) 1 C; 2 D; 3 B; 4 A.

Mariyinskiy Palace is situated on the top of a hill. Mariya Oleksandrivna was the wife of the Tsar Oleksandr II. That’s why it is named ’Mariyinskiy’. Kyivites like to rest in the park near it.

80 (8) 1 C; 2 В; 3 E; 4 D; 5 A.

81 (9) 1. Excuse me. Can you tell me where St Sophia’s Cathedral is, please? 2. Go straight on and take the third turn on the left. 3. A: Excuse me. Could you tell me how to get to Maidan Nezalezhnosti, please? B: It’s the second turn on the left.

82 (10) A: Hi! I’m so glad to meet you. Can you help me?

B: Glad to meet you, too. Sure, I can.

A: I want to visit a local museum. Is it far?

B: No, not really. It’s about a 10 minute walk.

A: Could you show me the way?

B: Certainly. Go straight along the street. It is opposite the post office.

A: Great. Thanks for your help.

B: Not at all.

82 (11) 1) are; 2) had; 3) destroyed; 4) got; 5) built; 6) means; 7) was; 8) founder; 9) opened; 10) is; 11) is; 12) tell; 13) is; 14) is.

83 (12) 1 G; 2 E; 3 B; 4 F; 5 C; 6 D; 7 A.

83 (13) 1 F; 2 F; 3 T; 4 F; 5 T; 6 F; 7 T.

83 (14) Yaroslav the Wise was grand prince of Kyiv. He become the grant prince in 1019. Yaroslav the Wise ruled Kyivan Rus for about 35 years. He built the Cathedral of St Sophia. He was named ’the Wise’, because he made Kyivan Rus a very powerful state.

84 (15) Welcome to St Sophia’s Cathedral! It is the best place to visit! You can see its beautiful mosaics and frescoes. You can enjoy its Baroque exterior. You can admire its ancient beauty. You can learn a lot about the history of Kyiv and the Cathedral.

84 (16) 1) the road; 2) a pedestrian crossing; 3) zebra; 4) the traffic light; 5) red; 6) stops; 7) walk;

85 (17) Kyiv is a beautiful city. There are lots of places to visit. Here are three of them.

1. Andriyivskyi Uzviz is the centre of craftsmen and painters. Uzviz is a favourite street of the Kyivans and city guests. They can beautiful souvenirs from all over Ukraine here.

2. St Sophia Cathedral was a major cultural and political centre of Kyivan Rus. It was built in the eleventh century. St Sophia is famous for its outstanding mosaics and frescoes.

3. House with Chimeras is the strangest building of Kyiv. It was built in the early 1900s. It became a city legend, because of its unusual statues.

86 (1) 1) Handicrafts; 2) History; 3) Music; 4) Art; 5) Biology; 6) Computer Studies; 7) World Literature; 8) Geography; 9) Physical Education (PE); 10) Mathematics; 11) English; 12) Ukrainian.

My favourite subjects are Geography and English.

87 (2)




classmates, weather, classes, teaches, marks, fruit, animals

cold, friendly, modem, favourite, interesting, sunny

to lcam, to understand, to listen, to paint, to dig, to write, to jump

87 (3) My school is modem. I learn interesting subjects at school. My teachers are very friendly. I always listen to my teachers. We write at the lessons. My favourite lesson is PE because I like to run and jump.

88 (4) Tom has got History. Steve has got Mathematics. It’s Tuesday today. Ann has got Mathematics in her timetable. Kim has got PE. Tom has got Music. Steve has got Computer Studies. It’s Wednesday. Ann has got History in her timetable. Kim has got Geography. Tom has got Spanish. Steve has got Ukrainian. It’s Thursday. Ann has got English in her timetable. Kim has got Computer Studies. Tom has got Ukrainian. Steve has got History.

89 (5) 1 B; 2 В; 3 A; 4 C; 5 A; 6 C.

89 (6) 1 C; 2 В; 3 A; 4 A; 5 В; 6 C.

90 (7) 1) cities; 2) the sea or the ocean; 3) a famous building (The Houses of Parliament); 4) a flag; 5) the Earth; 6) a river and a valley; 7) a map; 8) mountains and a lake; 9) a lake.

91 (8) 1) ocean; 2) valley; 3) mountains; 4) river; 5) continent; 6) lake; 7) hills; 8) forest.

91 (9) I’m at the sixth form. We study a lot of different subjects. Ukrainian, English, History, Biology and Geography are in my timetable. We also have Ukrainian Literature and World Literature, Mathematics and Computer Studies. There is Music, PE and Handicrafts in my timetable, too. I like swimming very much. I would like to have it in my timetable.

91 (10) 1) with; 2) at; 3) in; 4) to; 5) on; 6) in.

92 (11) Teacher’s activities: 1 c; 2 d; 3 e; 4 b; 5 f; 6 a.

Student’s activities: 1 e; 2 f; 3 d; 4 a; 5 c; 6 b.

92 (12) I think that Geography is a really important lesson. It informs us about the places and communities in which people work and live. Geography teaches us about oceans, volcanoes, earthquakes, mountains and plains. I like geography very much. Our teacher knows a lot of interesting facts and we always listen to her attentively. I like to work with maps and to point to different countries and cities, seas and rivers, mountains and valleys.

93 (13) 1) to play with a ball; 2) to climb on the rope; 3) to jump in length; 4) to run; 5) to jump; 6) to do a pull-up; 7) to climb the wall bar; 8) to skip rope.

93 (14) 1. I always plan the trip carefully. 2. My friend practiced running last year. 3. I always train in the gym together with my friends. 4. She was always the best student in class to climb the wall bar.

94 (15) 1) should; 2) mustn’t, should) 3) mustn’t; 4) should; 5) must; 6) must; 7) should; 8) must.

94 (16) 1. Has she got a bad mark? 2. Have you lost something? 3. Has he watched a school football match? 4. Has she fallen down? 5. Has he forgotten his PE kit at home? 6. Have they had a good training?

95 (17) Word Strong: to read a lot, to write stories easily, to play word games — English, Ukrainian, World Literature.

Space Strong: to do the experiments, to decorate rooms, to design buildings, to draw well — Art.

Music Strong: to understand music, to read about composers, to create songs — Music.

Maths Strong: to be good at solving problems, to solve puzzles quickly, to do the sums quickly — Maths.

Nature Strong: to love nature, to learn about animals and plants — Biology;

Body Strong: to win medals in sports competitions, to be good at sports, to take part in the contests — PE.

96 (18) I’m good at running and jumping. I like to take part at contests and to win medals. I have got a Body Strong mind.

96 (19) 1) read; 2) is; 3) understands, appreciates; 4) am writing; 5) came, had discussed; 6) entered, were doing.

96 (20) Last month we decided to decorate our school for Easter. There were four people in our group. Each member brought some useful things for decoration. The project lasted for three days. We designed and made the decorations. Then we decorated our school hall. We practiced Space Strong skills. All the participants were good at this project.

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