Підручник Англійська мова 7 клас (3-й рік навчання) - Л.І. Морська - Богдан 2015 рік


Lesson 12

1. Listen and read the dialogue. Act it out in pairs.

Jane: Here we are. This is my house.

Buggy: Really? It’s huge! ([hju:dʒ] — Він величезний). How many rooms are there?

Jane: Seven.

Buggy: Where is your bedroom?

Jane: It’s on the first floor.

Buggy: And is there an attic ([’ætik] — горище)?

Jane: Yes, it’s very big and we use it as a study.

Buggy: Can I see your room?

Jane: Sure. Let’s go inside.

2. Look at the pictures, read the questions and answer them.

How many apples are there in the basket?

How many trees are there in the street?

Is there a TV set in the room? Where is it?

Are there two boys in the street?

How many flowers are there in the vase?

How many chairs are there in the room?

3. Agree or disagree with the sentences given below as in the model. Use the picture of Jane’s room.

Model: There are three windows in Jane’s room. — No, there aren’t. It’s not true ([tru:] — правильно). It’s false ([fɔ:ls] — неправильно). There are two windows in it.

Jane’s room is large and light. —Yes, it is. It’s true.

1. There is a TV set at the wall.

2. There are two armchairs in front of the sofa.

3. Jane’s sofa is cosy.

4. Jane does not like to have a rest on her sofa.

5. There are many interesting books in Jane’s bookcase.

6. To the left of the TV set there is a wardrobe.

7. Jane lives in a flat on the fifth floor.

8. There is a nice carpet on the ceiling.

9. There is a table in the middle of the room.

10. Jane doesn’t like her room.

4. Listen and read the telephone conversation, answer the questions and act it out in class.

A: Hello, who’s speaking?

B: This is Watt.

A: I’m sorry. What’s your name?

B: Yes. Watt’s my name.

A: Is this a joke? What is your name?

B: John Watt.

A: John what?

B: Yes. Look, who’s this? Are you Jones?

A: No, I am Knott.

B: Are you going to tell me your name?

A: I’m Knott!

B: Why not?

A: My name is Knott.

B: Not what?

1. Who is «A» in the dialogue? What is «B’s» name?

2. Does Watt tell his name? Does Knott understand him?

3. Does Knott get angry? Does Watt get angry?

4. Does Knott tell his name? Why doesn’t Watt understand?

5. Look at the picture. Listen and read the text. Pay attention to the words in bold type.

A Nice Family

In the picture you can see a house. It’s a small house in the countryside. Seven people live there: two children, two men and three women.

There is a garden near their house. There are three geese and two oxen in the garden now. There is also a cat and a dog near the house. They are very friendly. But the cat doesn’t like mice. There are three of them and they live in one of the rooms in the house. There are also five fish in the aquarium which is in one of the rooms in the house.

Singular (однина)

Plural (множина)

a cat


a toy


a family


a table


a potato (картоплина)


a tomato (помідор)


but a photo


a piano


a shelf


a knife (ніж)


a life


but a roof


a safe (сейф)


a chief (шеф)


a man


a woman


a child


an ox (бик)


a goose (гуска)


a foot (нога)


a tooth (зуб)


a mouse (миша)


a louse (блоха)


a fish (риба)


a deer (олень)


a sheep (вівця)


6. Make the following nouns singular.

Cities, horses, hours, fish, children, houses, eyes, feet, shelves, photos, plays, cakes, teeth, lice, chiefs, women, sheep, tables, candies, geese, deer, men, knives, tomatoes.

7. Look around your room. Ask and answer questions as in the model.

Model: A: Is there a lamp in this room?

B: Yes, there is. It’s white.

A: Are there any chairs in this room?

B: Yes, there are three chairs in this room.

8. Copy the chart into your exercise book and complete it with examples for the given rules.

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