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

Unit 2 SPORTS AND GAMES

Lesson 23

1. Can you name:

- five sports that don’t use a ball?

- five sports ending in a «ball»?

- three sports played on a court?

- two sports that use a track?

- two sports that use a table?

- one sport that uses a ring?

2. Look at the pictures and say why people exercise (work out). Use the model to help you.

Model: Exercise is good for us! It keeps us fit. Regular exercise also helps us lose weight if we are overweight (маємо надлишкову вагу).

3. Listen and read the dialogue. Role-play it with your partner.

Stephanie: David, do you do a lot of sports?

David: Yes, I exercise every day.

Stephanie: How many sports do you do?

David: Five. They are swimming, tennis, cycling, yoga, and jogging.

Stephanie: Why do you like swimming?

David: Because it’s good for the back and it’s fun.

Stephanie: And cycling? What is cycling good for?

David: The legs. I like it because it is not expensive and I think it’s relaxing.

Stephanie: You also do yoga. What do you like yoga for?

David: Yes. That’s right. Yoga’s good for many things, but very good for breathing. It’s also very relaxing.

Stephanie: Well, but jogging isn’t relaxing.

David: No, it isn’t. But it’s good for you if you want to lose weight and it’s also very good for breathing. It’s very good for the heart, too. Stephanie: And tennis?

David: Yes, I like tennis very much. Tennis is fun and sometimes it’s very exciting. It’s very good for the arms and legs, and for your heart, too.

4. Look at the pictures and name the sports.

5. Suggest the words for the following definitions. Use exercise 7 (lesson 19).

1. The winner of the first place or first prize in competition;

2. an individual competition which decides a champion;

3. the greatest championship organized every four years with representatives from many nations;

4. a competition organized by international federations;

5. a major team championship open to the European national teams.

6. Read the following sentences a) in the negative; b) in the interrogative.

1. They drank all the juice. 2. She saw your brother. 3. He looked at the picture. 4. His nose bled. 5. I sent the letter to my friend. 6. They showed a nice film. 7. He shook the bottle. 8. The sun rose at six. 9. Jack kept his brother’s money. 10. Jean rang the bell. 11. The boys did the long jump. 12. She sold her old car. 13. His wife came home at eight p.m. 14. He broke the chair and fell down. 15. She gave you the book. 16. His son wrote a novel. 17. We sat to dinner. 18. They spent all their money. 19. Her little daughter drew me a map. 20. Jane taught French.

7. Put questions to the words or word combinations in italics.

1. I thought it was your mother on the phone. 2. They didn’t take part in the competition because the girl was ill. 3. Her father drove the car perfectly but very fast. 4. The baby was afraid of the old lady, that’s why he ran to his mother and jumped into her arms. 5. I lost my book last Friday. 6. Her daughter felt bad in the wet weather. 7. At last he found the book the teacher gave him.






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