Підручник Англійська мова 7 клас (3-й рік навчання) - Л.І. Морська - Богдан 2015 рік
Unit 2 SPORTS AND GAMES
1. Listen and read the dialogue. Act it out in pairs.
Tom: Hi, Buggy.
Buggy: Hi, Tom.
Tom: Buggy, let’s play basketball with my friends.
Buggy: I don’t like to play basketball.
Tom: But why?
Buggy: Because the ball is very heavy and you must jump very high to throw it into the basket.
Tom: What game do you like to play?
Buggy: I like to play football. Let’s play football.
Tom: With pleasure (із задоволенням). Let’s go to the sports ground.
2. Read the joke. Pay attention to the words in bold type. Say which verbs are regular and which verbs are irregular. Use the chart of irregular verbs (page 232).
One day an English sportsman came to London. He stopped at a hotel. From the hotel he went to an Internet cafe. He sent an e-mail to his wife. In that letter he wrote the address of his hotel.
The man left the Internet cafe and went for a walk. In the evening he wanted to go back to his hotel. But he forgot the address of his hotel. What could he do?
The man went back to the Internet cafe and sent another letter to his wife. He asked his wife to write the address of his hotel in London.
Past Simple: Regular Verbs
• We form the affirmative of most regular verbs by adding -ed to the verb.
I return — / returned
• Some verbs have got irregular affirmative forms:
I go — / went
We use the Past Simple for:
• actions which happened or finished at a definite or stated time in the past.
We left the house at 7:30 p.m.
• actions which happened repeatedly in the past but do not happen any more. In this case, we can use adverbs of frequency (always, often, usually, etc).
He often watched football matches with his brother when he was a teenager (but he doesn’t any more).
• actions which happened immediately one after the other in the past.
First, he opened the window. Then, he looked down the street and saw a strange black car.
Time Expressions we use with the Past Simple:
yesterday, last night/week/year/Monday, etc., a month/two years/three years, etc. ago, in 1960, etc.
Princess Diana died in 1997.
2. Read the tongue twisters ([Тлі]-'twista] — скоромовка) as quickly as you can and learn them.
• Luke’s duck likes lakes. Luke Luck licks lakes. Luke’s duck licks lakes. Duck takes licks in lakes Luke Luck likes. Luke Luck takes licks in lakes duck likes.
• There those thousand thinkers were thinking how the other three thieves went through.
4. Listen and read the text. Answer the questions after it.
FOOTBALL — AN INTERNATIONAL GAME
Football is the most popular team game in the world. The game began in England. The first football clubs appeared in 1855.
Football spread ([spred] — поширювався) internationally and won popularity in central Europe.
Spain, Germany, Italy, and France, and other European countries took it up at the beginning of the last century, and established ([i'stæbli∫t] — заснувати) clubs. In 1971 women competed for the first time in the women’s World Cup match in Mexico City.
One nation that resisted ([ri’zistid] — протистояти, опиратися) football’s spread for a long time was the USA. 40 years ago the interest in football developed in the US. Great popularity of the Brazilian star player Pele helped much in this.
Two teams of 11 players play the game of football on a pitch ([pit∫] — футбольне поле). At either end of the field there is a goal post. A goalkeeper defends it. The main task for the players in a game is to force the ball into the small goal area. The winning team is the one which scores ([skɔ:] — забивати) the most goals.
1. Where and when did football begin?
2. Is the European football popular in the USA?
3. When did women first play in a football world cup match?
4. How long is a football game?
5. How many players participate in a game?
6. How many goal posts are there on a football pitch?
7. Who defends the goal post?
5. Practise the dialogues as in the model. Provide the dialogue with your own information.
Model: — Did you sleep well last night?
— No, I didn’t. I slept badly last night. I had a nightmare.
wake up early this morning
eat breakfast this morning
ride your bicycle to school
lose your grammar book
do your homework last night
see the game on TV
take the bus to school
bring your books to class
give your friend a present
hear about the match
play football last week
find your grammar book
read the newspaper this morning
6. Read the sentences and correct the mistakes.
1. I go to school by bus last Monday.
2. We stay at home yesterday.
3. She didn’t saw her friend yesterday.
4. He wake up at 10 on Friday morning.
5. My friends have a party last week.
6. I buy a present for my father last Thursday.
7. Listen and read the rhyme. Learn it by heart.
I like to skip, I like to jump,
I like to run about.
I like to play, I like to sing,
I like to laugh and shout.
I can skip and I can run,
I can play games in the sun.
I can hear and I can see,
Lucky me! Oh, lucky me!
8. Listen to the dialogue and complete the table after it. Then act out , the dialogue with your partner.
Buggy: Do you like sports?
Jane: Oh, yes, I do.
Buggy: What sports do you like?
Jane: I like to watch swimming, skating, and tennis, and I like to play volleyball. I go running and skiing. What about you, Buggy?
Buggy: Well, I like football. I watch it and play it. I also like to watch boxing and rowing ([rəviη)] — гребля). But I hate swimming and basketball.
Jane: Well, I don’t like boxing. It’s a dangerous (['dein(d)ʒ(ə)rəs] — небезпечний) sport. And I hate hockey.