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


Lesson 26

1. Jane is a pupil at one of London schools. She has a plan to organize a party for her classmates. Look at the clues and say what she is going to do as in the model.

Model: arrange a party at a cafe — She is going to arrange a party at a cafe.

1. Invite a clown to entertain her friends.

2. Organize a lot of games.

3. Order her favourite meal at the cafe.

4. Take her classmates on a tour around London.

5. Bake a tasty cake with her mother.

6. Write invitation cards.


We use be going to for:

• plans and intentions we have for the near future.

I’m going to spend next summer sailing around the world.

• predictions based on what we can see (evidence) or know.

They sky is very cloudy It’s going to rain tonight.

Time Expressions we use with be going to:

tomorrow, the day after tomorrow, next week/month/year, tonight, soon, in a week/month/year, etc.

2. Put the verbs in brackets into the be going to form.

1. What you (do) with this room? — I (paint) the walls in black and white. 2. The men in the helicopter (try) to help the man in the water. 3. These two men (cycle) across Africa. 4. The man is standing up. He (make) speech. 5. He (grow) a beard when he leaves school. 6. You (reserve) a seat? 7. I (plant) an apple tree here. 8. I (have) a bath. 9. I (not sleep) in this room. It is very small. 10. It (rain). Look at those clouds. 11. That man with the tomato in his hand (throw) it at the dog. 12. The cat (have) kittens. 13. That door (close). 14. When you (bake) a cake? 15. I (stop) her for a moment to ask a question. 16. You (ask) him to help you? 17. I’ve lent you my book once. I (not do) it again. 18. I saw the play. Now I (read) the book.

3. Look at the nouns in the boxes. Which group can you count? Which can’t you count? Label the nouns Countable or Uncountable.

4. Look at the expressions of quantity in А, В, C. Which group goes with plural, countable nouns? Which group goes with uncountable nouns? Which goes with both? Use the words in exercise 3 and the expressions in the box and make up 5 sentences of your own.




How much …?

not much

a little

How many …?

not many

a few


not any/no

a lot of/lots of

5. Use the table to make up sentences about the grandfather.

My grandfather was


He lived in

north of England.

He had a fish and chip shop in

old village.

His family lived above



He made



best fish and chips in the area.

Some people came by

no article

bus to the shop.

He closed the shop one


They went to have

lunch with friends.

He liked to have

a chat with his friends.

6. Listen and read the text. Use the information from it and the model to talk about popular shopping malls in the area where you live.


A shopping center is a building or set of buildings with different big and small shops.

The first shopping centres. People knew the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul in 15th century. It is still one of the largest markets in the world with more than 58 streets and 4,000 shops.

Gostiny Dvor in Saint Petersburg opened in 1785. It had more than 100 shops on the area of over 53,000 m2.

The Oxford Covered Market in Oxford, England, opened in 1774 and still works today.

The Burlington Arcade in London opened in 1819.

The largest shopping centres in the world. The largest shopping centre is West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It is in the Guinness Book of World Records for the «largest shopping centre in the world» and «world’s largest parking lot».

Beijing’s (Peking) Golden Resources Mall, opened in October 2004, is the world’s second largest centre, at 600,000 m2.

Shopping centres in Britain. The majority of British shopping centres are in town centres. A number of large out-of-town centres such as Meadowhall, Sheffield and the Trafford Centre, Manchester appeared in the 1980s and 1990s. The Metro centre, Gateshead, is the largest shopping centre in Europe with over 330 shops, 50 restaurants and 11 screen cinemas.

Note (the names of centres in the photos): 1. Azrieli shopping centre in Tel Aviv, Israel is the city’s largest shopping centre; 2. The view of the largest shopping centre in North West England, the Trafford Centre in Greater Manchester; 3. The exterior of the Selfridges department store in the Bullring shopping complex in Birmingham, England; 4. Abasto Shopping Centre in Buenos Aires; 5. The Mall, an out-of-town shopping centre at Patchway, near Bristol, England.

Model: There aren’t many shopping centres in my town. (There is a large shopping centre not far from my house). It has got a huge supermarket and many smaller shops. I can buy everything there: vegetables, fruit, clothes, things for the house and gardening.

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