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Contents
Introduction..................

4

Language worksheets....

5

Skills worksheets............ 23
• Reading...................... 25
• Writing....................... 33
• Listening..................... 41
• Speaking..................... 49
Phonics worksheets........ 57
Test............................... 67
• Diagnostic test............ 69
• Unit tests.................... 71
• End of term tests.........103
• End of year test...........109

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Dear teacher,
From all the Richmond team we’d like to transmit our hope that this Teacher’s
Resource Book helps you and your students make the most of the Wonder 6 project.
You will find the following areas inside, each containing worksheets, their
corresponding answer key and where appropriate, the audio transcript. They are
designed to cover all the possible needs, queries or difficulties your students may
have.
Language:
The worksheets for this section focus on the new vocabulary and structures
presented. To help with the diversity in your class we have provided these at two
levels: consolidation and extension. Consolidation worksheets reflect the general
level of the class. They provide students with additional material for extra practice,
while extension worksheets are for students who require more challenging material.
Skills:
This section is divided into the four main areas of language acquisition: reading,
writing, listening and speaking. You will find a variety of exercises that while focusing
on a particular skill, continue to practise the vocabulary and structures covered
in each unit. You will find this section particularly useful if you are preparing your
students for the Cambridge English Young Learners Exams.

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Phonics:
These worksheets are designed to provide extra practice for the initial sounds
presented in lessons 6 and 7 of the Student Book.
Tests:
You will find four types of tests: a general diagnostic test, unit, term, and end of year
tests. This format allows you to choose the most appropriate time to gauge the level
of your students’ understanding and assimilation of new language. All the tests are
intended to be fun, but thorough. They include work on the four basic skills and, as
in the Language worksheets, include two different levels of the same unit content to
meet the needs of all your students.
Don’t forget that you also have the option of creating and adapting your own tests
for the class in the activity generator supplied with the teacher's resource material.
Warm wishes,

The Richmond Editorial Team

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Language
worksheets

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Unit 1  Consolidation

Class:

Name:

1   Label the pictures.
frowning

1

staring

2

yawning

3

smiling

blushing

4

winking

5

6

2   Complete the table.
adjective

superlative

shy

adjective

superlative

funny

the most

friendly

hard-working


the kindest

messy

the bossiest

lazy

1 Jane is

, she likes telling people what to do.

2 My brother is

person in the world, his bedroom is never tidy.

3 I think he’s

actor on TV, he always makes me laugh.

4 You are very
5 Thanks for the present Sally, you’re very

4   Write the words in order.

Ralph, you never do any work.
.

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3   Complete the sentences with words from Activity 2.

1 (gets / always / early / Jane / up)
2 (bedroom / my / I / tidy / never)
3 (helps / home / sometimes / Peter / at)
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Unit 1  Extension

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the pictures and complete the sentences.
1

2

3

1 He’s very shy. Look, he’s

4

5

6

4 She’s

.

because she’s bored.

2 Why is she

? Is she angry?

5 She looks happy. She’s

3 Look! He’s

at me!

6 He’s

!
at something.

2   Complete the table.
adjective

superlative

boss

adjective

fun

superlative



the most
fri



har


mes

the kin







the boss

laz

3   Complete the sentences with words from Activity 2.
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1 Jane is

, she likes telling people what to do.

2 My brother is

person in the world, his bedroom is never tidy.

3 I think he’s

actor on TV, he always makes me laugh.

4 You are very

Ralph, you never do any work.

5 Thanks for the present Sally, you’re very

.

4   Write the words in order and correct any sentence.
1 (We / get up early) (always)
2 (I / tidy my bedroom) (never)
3 (Pete / help at home) (sometimes)

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Unit 2  Consolidation

Class:

Name:

1   Find six animals. Then, complete the sentences.
m p a b z

t

s e

c h e e t a h s

y b j b e v f i
k a n g a r o o
g t q b g c v t
m b p c l d t

r

1 An

eats 120 kilos of food a day.

2

sleeps for 20 hours a day.

3

lives for 120 years.

4

runs at 120 kilometres an hour.

5

jumps over 3 metres high.

6

flies 3,000 metres high

s m n d e q l o

in the sky.


e l e p h a n t

2   Match the questions with the answers.
1 How much do elephants weigh?

a They live for about a hundred years!

2 How far do monarch butterflies fly?

b They jump two metres in the air.

3 How high do penguins jump?

c They weigh more than 5,000 kilos.

4 How long do parrots live?

d They fly more than 3,000 km a year.

cats

parrots

bats

kangaroos

see in the dark

✓

✗

✓

✗

climb trees

✓

✓

✓

✓

fly

✓

✗

✗

✓

jump

✓

✓

✓

✓

1 Bats
2 Kangaroos

see in the dark and fly, and they
see in the dark or fly, but they

climb trees or jump.

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3   Look at the information. Then write.

climb trees and jump.

3
4
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Unit 2  Extension

Class:

Name:

1   Find six animals. Then, complete the sentences.
m p a b z

t

s e

1

eats 120 kilos of food a day.

2

sleeps for 20 hours a day.

k a n g a r o o

3

lives for 120 years.

g t q b g c v t

4

runs at 120 kilometres an hour.

m b p c l d t

r

5

jumps over 3 metres high.

s m n d e q l o

6

flies 3,000 metres high

c h e e t a h s

y b j b e v f i

in the sky.


e l e p h a n t

2   Complete the questions. Then, match the questions with the answers.
far

high

much

long

1 How

do elephants weigh?

a They live for about a hundred years!

2 How

do monarch butterflies fly?

b They jump two metres in the air.

3 How

do penguins jump?

c They weigh more than 5,000 kilos.

4 How

do parrots live?

d They fly more than 3,000 km a year.

3   Look at the information. Then write.
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cats

parrots
eagles

bats

kangaroos

see in the dark

✓

✗

✓

✗

✗

climb trees

✓

✓

✓

✓

✗

fly

✓

✗

✗

✓

✓

jump

✓

✓

✓

✓

✓

1 Bats
2 Kangaroos

see in the dark and fly, but they
, but they

climb trees or jump.
.

3
4
5
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Unit 3  Consolidation

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the pictures and complete the labels.
wind

1

​standby

2

panels

wood

3

tank

​​solar

​low energy

4

stove

​​water

5

energy

6

light bulb

light

2   Complete the sentences with should or shouldn’t.

1 You

wear a swimming cap in the water.

2 You

run in the swimming pool.

3 You

take food or drink into the pool.

4 You

get into the water carefully.

5 You

wear a swimsuit in the water.

1 (going / bus / you / by / tomorrow / Are / travel / to / ?)
2 (going / are / on / people / the / many / trip / How / ?)
3 (trip / going / the / to / long / take / How / is / ?)
4 (far / going / we / How / to / are / go / ?)

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3   Write the words in order.

5 (type / she / is / going / What / to / of / use / transport / ? )
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Unit 3  Extension

Class:

Name:

1   Match the words. Then, label the pictures.
water​​​​

wood​​​​

low energy

standby​​​

wind​​​​

solar​​​​

panel

​​​​tank

energy

stove

​​​​light

​​​​light bulb

1

2

3

4

5

6

2   Write rules using should or shouldn’t.
1 You

wear a swimming cap in the water.

2 You

run in the swimming pool.

3 You

take food or drink into the pool.

4 You

get into the water carefully.

5 You

wear a swimsuit in the water.

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3   Write the words in order. Then, number the answers.
1 (going / bus / you / by / tomorrow / Are / travel / to / ?)
2 (going / are / on / people / the / many / trip / How / ?)

Trains and buses.
Yes, we are.

3 (trip / going / the / to / long / take / How / is / ?)
4 (far / going / we / How / to / are / go / ?)

About 100 km.
About twenty.
About three hours.

5 (type / she / is / going / What / to / of / use / transport / ? )
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Unit 4  Consolidation

Name:

Class:

1   Look at the pictures and circle the correct genre.
1

2

horror / action

3

comedy / sci-fi

4

musical / historical

5

comedy / cartoon

6

romantic comedy / musical

fantasy / historical

2   Complete the speech bubble.
nobody​

anybody​

everybody

​somebody

Does
want to come to
the cinema with me? The film is about
who travels in time.
Of course
really
believes in time travel but it’s a good film.
I think
sci-fi story.

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enjoys a good

3   Write the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1 They (tour)

Europe for six months last year.

2 We (not win)

the singing competition yesterday.

3 She (become)

a famous tennis player in 2001.

4 The band (perform)

two concerts at the Grand Hall two months ago.

5 They (rehearse)
6 What (say)

the play for more than two hours yesterday.
they

?
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Unit 4  Extension

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the pictures and write the film genre.
1

2

3

4

5

6

2   Complete the speech bubble with ***body.
Does
want to come to
the cinema with me? The film is about
who travels in time.

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Of course
really
believes in time travel but it’s a good film.
I think
sci-fi story.

enjoys a good

3   Choose a verb and write the correct form.
become

not win

perform

tour

say

rehearse

1 They

Europe for six months last year.

2 We

the singing competition yesterday.

3 She

a famous tennis player in 2001.

4 The band

two concerts at the Grand Hall two months ago.

5 They

the play for more than two hours yesterday.

6 What

they

?

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Unit 5  Consolidation

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the pictures and complete the labels.
buttons

heels

belt

hoodie

shirt

jeans

sandals

tie

skirt

£12

£25

tights

£30

Grey
£25
Silk

Size M

Leather

blue

with high

with front pocket

White

£5
£10
Black nylon

cotton

£16
Man’s leather

Tartan

with

£20

black

2   Read and circle the correct options.

1 didn’t wore / ​didn’t wear

2 didn’t have / hadn’t

3 making / made

4 wears / ’s wearing ​

5 didn’t cost / cost ​

6 is / was

7 in the / in​​

8 is having / had

9 wear / wearing

3   Match the halves to make questions.
1
2
3
4
5

Is it made ​​​
How much ​​​
When was ​​​
Who was ​​​
What’s your dress ​

a
b
c
d
e

it made for?
made of?

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My grandmother (1) jeans or T-shirts when she was young. She wore
skirts and dresses. She (2) much money but she (3) lots of clothes.
In this photo she (4) a dress made of cotton. It (5) very much!
When my mum (6) a teenager, (7) 1990s, women wore trousers
and everyone (8) jeans. These days teenagers (9) comfortable
clothes like hoodies and tracksuits.

of cotton?
it made?
did it cost?
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Unit 5  Extension

Class:

Name:

1   Write the missing letters. Then, look at the pictures and complete the labels.
b tt ns

h

ls

b lt

​h

d

sh rt

j

ns

s nd ls

Grey
Silk

Size M

t ghts

£30
Leather
with buckles and

blue

with front pocket

high
White

£5
£10
Black nylon

t

£12

£25

£25

sk rt

£16
Man’s leather

Tartan

cotton
£20

with
black

2   Read and circle the correct options.

Photocopiable © Santillana Educación, S.L.

My grandmother (1) jeans or T-shirts when she was young. She wore
skirts and dresses. She (2) much money but she was clever and she
(3) lots of clothes. In this photo she (4) a dress made of cotton. It
(5) very much! When my mum was a teenager, (6) 1990s,
women wore trousers and everyone (7) jeans. These days
teenagers (8) comfortable clothes like hoodies and tracksuits.
1 didn’t wore / didn’t wear / not wear ​

5 didn’t cost / cost / not cost

2 didn’t have / hadn’t / not have ​

6 in / of​​​/ in the

3 making / made / makes

7 is having / had / have

4 ’s wearing / wears / wore

8 wore / wearing / wear

3   Match the halves to make questions. Then, match the questions with the anwers.
1
2
3
4
5

Is it made ​​​
How much ​​​
When was ​​​
Who was ​​​
What’s your dress ​

a
b
c
d
e

it made for?

My sister.

made of?

A year ago.

of cotton?

Silk.

it made?

£10.

did it cost?

Yes, it is.

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Unit 6  Consolidation

Class:

Name:

1   Read and write the ages.

When Mark was six, he was good at singing. Then, when he was seven he
started playing chess. When he was eight he was the best in his class at
gym. A year later, he was really good at spelling. The next year, when he
was ten, he was the best in the school at diving.

2   Look at the table and complete the sentences with the Past Simple.


age 4

age 6

age 8

age 10

not read

read stories

write poems

win a poetry

Simon and poems competition
parents buy
play piano
sing in a school
piano
concert

When Simon was four he couldn’t
stories and

dance on a
TV show

. Two years later he

. Then, when he was eight, he

last year, when he was ten years old, he
When Megan was four her parents

poems and

a poetry competition.
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Megan

her a piano.

3   Complete the questions.
Why

​Where​​

What

How

1

did she do when she was five?

2

did she stop playing tennis?

3

far did she travel last month?

4

did she go last year?
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Unit 6  Extension

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the pictures and complete the text.

age 7

age 9

age 10

age 8

age 6

When Mark was six, he was good at
. Then, when he was seven,
. When he was eight he was the best in his class
he started playing
. A year later,he was really good at
. The next
at
.
year, he was the best in the school at
2   Look at the table and complete the sentences with the Past Simple.


age 4

age 6

age 8

age 10

not read

read stories

write poems

win a poetry

Simon and poems competition


Megan

parents buy
play piano
sing in a school
piano
concert

When Simon was four he couldn’t

dance on a
TV show

. Two years later he read

Photocopiable © Santillana Educación, S.L.

.
When Megan
.

3   Complete the questions. Then, match them with the answers.
1

did she do when she was five?

a Because she didn’t like the competitions.

2

far did she travel last month?

b To Germany.

3

did she stop playing tennis?

c She travelled 100 kilometres.

4

did she go last year?

d She won a dancing competition.

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Unit 7  Consolidation

Class:

Name:

1   Look and label the picture.
bike lane​

shopping centre children's park ​car park sports facilities
residential zone​ green space​ industrial zone

1

​

1

2

2

3

3

4

4

5

5

7

6

6

8

7
8

1 If there aren’t any green spaces,

a we'll need our bikes.

2 If we use the bike lane,

b you’ll see my school.

3 If they build a metro,

c there won’t be any trees.

4 If you live in a residential zone,

d they won’t have so many traffic jams.

5 If you come to my city,

e you’ll have lots of neighbours.
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2   Match the sentence halves.

3   Complete the dialogue.
have

future
 
  No, they
  Will they

won’t

they

Will

the cities of the future have traffic jams?
.
green spaces and parks?



will. In the future there will be less
  ​Yes,
pollution and better transport links. What do you think?



will have big factories,
  I think the cities of the
long motorways and very big residential zones.
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Unit 7  Extension

Class:

Name:

1   Match the words. Then, look at the picture and write the correct number.
1 bike

park

2 shopping

​lane

3 green ​​​

​​park

4 industrial ​​

zone

5 residential​​

​​spaces

6 sports ​​

​​centre

7 car ​​

​​​zone

8 children

facilities

2   Use the prompts to write conditional sentences.
1 If / you / come / my city / you / see my school
2 If / you / live / residential zone / you / have lots of neighbours
3 If / they / build / metro / they / not have / so many traffic jams
4 If / we / cycle / bike lane / we / not see / any traffic

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5 If / no green / spaces / not be / any trees

3   Complete the dialogue.
 

the cities of the future have traffic jams?

  No, they
  Will they

.
green spaces and parks?



will. In the future there will be less pollution and better
  ​Yes,
communications. What do you think?



  I think the cities of the
big residential zones.

will have big factories, long motorways and very

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Unit 8  Consolidation

Class:

Name:

1   Match the words with the pictures.
fencing

javelin
synchronised
swimming

diving

show jumping

boxing

long jump

judo

2   Complete the email with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

Hi Aunt June,
Yesterday it was Sports Day at our school.
I

(compete) in three events. First

I

(play) football. Our team

(not play) very well. We
(throw) the javelin. I

well in that! I

(finish) in third place and

got a medal. Then, I
I

(do)

(do) the long jump.

(not jump) very far but it was fun.

3   Match the sentence halves.
1 Did many children

a but I’m a good player now.

2 The boys and girls will

b but it’s a sports centre now.

3 The taekwondo competition

c compete in the long jump?

4 It was a field before ​​

d take part in the competition.

5 I couldn’t play tennis before ​

e will finish at eight o’clock.

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I

(be) last! Later

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Unit 8  Extension

Class:

Name:

1   Label the pictures.

2   Complete the email with the correct form of the verbs.
get

play

finish

throw

compete

not jump

not play

do

Hi Aunt June,
in three events.

Yesterday it was ‘Sports Day’ at our school. I
First I

football. Out team

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last! Later I
in that! I

very well. We
the javelin. I

in third place and
the long jump. I

well
a medal. Then I

very far but it was fun.

3   Cross out the mistakes and write the correct forms.
1 Did many children competed in the long jump?
2 The boys and girls will taking part in the competition.
3 The taekwondo competition will finished at eight o’clock.
4 It is a field before but it’s a sports centre now.
5 I could play tennis before but I can play now!

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Skills
worksheets

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Unit 1  Reading

Class:

Name:

1   Read the descriptions and write the adjectives.
My sister goes to ballet class after school and then she does her homework every evening.
She loves helping at home too, she helps with dinner or with the dishwasher. She’s very
h

.
My brother’s bedroom is a disaster! His clothes are on the floor and
his books and games are on the shelf. He’s very m

.

My mum smiles all the time and she loves telling jokes and making
people laugh. She’s very f

.

My dad doesn’t like meeting new people and he doesn’t enjoy
parties or telling jokes. He's a bit s

.

I don’t like studying, I never do my homework and I don’t help at home.
Mum says I’m l
.

I’ve got four friends and they are all very different. Gillian is the
funniest and she’s the friendliest too. She’s always happy. Mike is
the most hard-working and the most serious. Ewan is the messiest
and he’s probably the laziest. Alex is the bossiest. He always tells
us what to do but we don’t listen!

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2   Read the text and write the names.

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Unit 2  Reading

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the books. Then, read and circle T (True) or F (False).

Animal

Magic

Joey

We
can

can’t jump

lash

Sp

1 Animal Magic is about a sea lion.​​​

T/F

3 There is a kangaroo in Joey can’t jump.​​ T / F

fly

2 Splash is about a shark.​​​​​

T/F

4 There aren’t any eagles in We can fly.​​​

T/F

2   Complete the sentences with the book titles from Activity 1.
1
2 There’s a leopard in

is about flying animals.

3
4 There’s a horse in

is a story about a sea lion and her friends.

.
.

3   Read the texts and complete the table with ticks (✓) and crosses (✗).
My friend Max can say 100 words in English. He can't sing but he can
play the violin. He can climb trees but he can’t swim. He can use sign
language too.
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My friend Joy can say 100 words in English too. She can’t play any musical
instruments but she can sing really well. She can use sign language and she
can swim but she can’t climb trees.

Max
Joy
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Unit 3  Reading

Class:

Name:

1   Read and number the pictures.

Go greener!

2   Match the questions with the answers.
1 How much energy does it use?​​​

a There are six.

2 How many solar panels are there?​​

b Two and a half hours.

3 How long is it going to take?​​​

c At two o’clock.

4 How far are you going to go?​​​

d Trains and buses.​

5 When are you going to leave?​​​

e It uses a lot!

6 What type of transport are you going to use?​

f

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Here's my advice about how to save energy in our daily lives and help our planet
get better.
1 We should remember to switch off all the electronic equipment in our homes and not
leave standby lights on.
2 While brushing our teeth or doing the dishes, don't forget to turn off the tap,
we shouldn't waste water!
3 Don't use the washing machine or the dishwasher when it's not completely full .
4 When it's very hot outside we should close the blinds.
5 When it's cold we shouldn't turn up the radiators too much,
6 Put a thick blanket on the bed.
7 And don't use the lift if you're not tired: walking up and down stairs is good for
the environment and good exercise!
8 We should also try to use public transport instead of the car.
By doing all of this, we can save energy and help our planet!

A hundred kilometres.
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Unit 4  Reading

Class:

Name:

1   Read the dialogue and cross out the wrong cinema posters.
  Have you got any plans for tomorrow night, Thomas?
  Not really…
  Let’s go to the cinema then. Look, there’s a fantasy film at the Rex Cinema.
  Hmm… I don’t like fantasy films much. Is there a documentary on?
  No, but there’s a historical film on at the ABC Cinema.
  Hmm, what about something different? What about a comedy?
  Well, there’s a romantic comedy at the Lumière Cinema.
  I saw that one last week. Is there a science fiction film on?



  I can’t see anything here; besides, I don’t like science
fiction… What about an action film? There’s a good one on
at the King’s Cinema.



  I’m afraid I don’t like action films. We have very different
tastes! What’s on at the Globe Cinema?



  A cartoon. It’s one of those cartoons for adults
and children. It looks good.

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  OK, let’s go and see that!

2   Match the sentence halves.
1 The theatre company made ​

a shows three times a week.

2 The actors toured ​​​

b a musical.

3 The dancers became ​​

c in theatres and concert halls.

4 They performed ​​​

d Europe for six weeks.

5 They had ​​​​

e famous.

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Unit 5  Reading

Class:

Name:

1   Read the descriptions and label the garments.

2   Look at the pictures. Then, read and circle the correct words.
1

2

3

1 Jane’s trainers have got buckles / laces.
2 Miranda is wearing a silk tie / belt.

4

5

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In the 18th century elegant or well-dressed men usually wore white wigs.
They tied their hair back with a ribbon. They wore silk waistcoats and
coats with buttons. They wore tights and their shoes had buckles.
Today elegant men wear suits, shirts and ties. They use leather belts and
pointy shoes with laces. Perhaps you don’t think this is well-dressed?

3 Bell has got a ribbon / lace in her hair.
4 My mum’s shoes have got high heels / platforms.
5 Paul is wearing a silk tie / bow tie.
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Unit 6  Reading

Class:

Name:

1   Look, read and write the names.

Ann 10/10

6/10

5/10

7/10

3/10

Jane 8/10

10/10

3/10

7/10

5/10

Gene 5/10

6/10

10/10

4/10

8/10

Dora 4/10

7/10

9/10

10/10

6/10

Last year

was best at gym.
was best at dancing,

best at chess and

was

was best at singing.
was worse at chess than swimming. Everybody else

was better at chess than swimming!

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2   Read the text and answer the questions.
When he was only five years old, a young English
boy called Roy Wang was already the best in his
school at spelling. He was better than the older
children in his school. In 2010, he went to the USA
and appeared on a TV programme about clever
children. He travelled with his parents. They stayed
in a hotel in New York for a week. A year later,
Roy won the British award for ‘Speller of the
year’. He was still only six years old!

1 What was Roy good at when he was a child? He was good at spelling.
2 When did Roy go to the USA?
3 Who did Roy travel to the USA with?
4 Where did they stay?
5 What did Roy do when he was in the USA?
6 How long did he stay?
7 What did he win in 2011?

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Unit 7  Reading

Class:

Name:

1   Think about your city or village. Then, read and circle true or false.
1 Traffic jams are a problem where I live.​​

True

False

2 There are lots of green spaces.

True

False

3 There aren’t many sports facilities.​​​​

True

False

4 I think noise and crime are a very big problem.​​

True

False

5 It hasn’t got any factories. ​​​​​

True

False

6 There are some skyscrapers. ​​​​​True

False

7 The worst thing about it is pollution. ​​​​True

False

8 The best thing about it is the bike lanes. ​​​True

False

2   Read about New York City in the 19th century. Then, answer the questions.

1 How many people lived in New York City in 1890?
2 How long is the Brooklyn Bridge?
3 When did the first skyscraper in New York City open?
4 How many floors did the Flatiron Building have?

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During the 19th century, New York
became the biggest city in America.
The illustration shows New York City at
the end of the 19th century. In 1890 it
had a population of around 1.5 million.
The Brooklyn Bridge across the East River
opened in 1883. With a total length of
1,825 metres, at the time it was the
longest suspension bridge in the world.
At the end of the 19th century, New York
still didn’t have any skyscrapers. The first
skyscraper, the Flatiron Building, opened in 1902. It had 20 floors. New York City’s
first underground line, called the IRT, opened in 1904.

5 How many underground lines did the city have in 1904?
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Unit 8  Reading

Class:

Name:

1   Read and answer the question.
I’m a big Olympic fan. This year I watched
the javelin and the gymnastics. I didn’t watch
the football or the handball. I watched the
tennis too but I didn’t watch the cycling.

Thomas

I like following the Olympics on television too.
I watched the javelin and the football. I didn’t watch
the tennis, the cycling or the handball. I also
watched the gymnastics. That’s my favourite event.
Oliver
Which two sports did Oliver and Thomas watch together?
.

2   Read and answer the questions.
London 2012

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In the summer of 2012, London hosted the Olympic Games. They took place between
27th July and 12th August. Around 10,500 athletes from 193 independent countries
and 11 territories competed. London became the first city
to host the modern Olympic Games three times:
1908, 1948 and now 2012. In London, the American
swimmer Michael Phelps became the greatest Olympian in
the history of the Games, after winning his 22th Olympic
medal! He retired from professional swimming soon after.
1 When did the Olympic Games take place?
2 How many athletes competed in London?
3 How many countries competed in London?
4 When did London host the Olympic Games for the second time?
5 How many Olympic medals did Michael Phelps win in total?
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Unit 1  Writing

Class:

Name:

1   Write sentences.
smiling

blushing winking staring shy
bored frowning serious angry

happy friendly
​yawning

He’s smiling.
I think he’s happy.

2   Complete the table.
description of person

adjective

does a lot of work
tells others what to do
is not tidy
makes people laugh
is nice to people

3   Write sentences using the superlatives of the adjectives in Activity 2.
1 She is the most hard-working girl in the school.
2
3

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does not laugh much

4
5
6
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Unit 2  Writing

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the pictures and make comparisons between animals and humans.
run

see

​live

​talk​

Hippos can run faster than

climb

​jump​

fly

weigh

.

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2   Write about your friends or the people in your class.
fastest ​

oldest

shortest​

youngest

tallest ​​highest

  I think Sofia is the tallest in the class.
  I think Aiden can jump the highest.

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Unit 3  Writing

Class:

Name:



1   Look at the picture and find things that are wrong. Then, write rules to make
this house greener.

close

use

turn off

put

switch off

recycle

Switch off the TV when you’re not watching it.

2   Complete the questions. Then, write the answers.
I’m going to do my Maths homework tonight.
2

you going to use public transport today?

3

long is it going to take you to get home today?

4

are you going to spend time with after school?

5

are you going to do tonight?

6

are you going to finish this English lesson?

.

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1 When are you going to do your Maths homework?

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Unit 4  Writing

Class:

Name:

1   Read the type of TV programme and write a description.
1 Quiz show​: Two teams answer questions and win points.

2 Sports programme:

3 Talent contest:

4 Documentary:

5 Cartoons​:

6 News programme:

7 Romantic comedy:​

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8 TV series:

2   Complete the dialogue using the prompts.
  What happened at the end of the film?
The girl became a famous singer.
  girl / become famous singer​​
  What did she do?
  she / perform / all over the USA
  What about the boy?
  he / play / the football​final
  Did the film have a happy ending?
  yes / they / make a promise


to stay friends​​​​

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Unit 5  Writing

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the pictures and complete the texts.
I went to my cousin’s wedding last Saturday. I wore a
beautiful

with a leather
, a pair of

and a pair of

.

My boyfriend was also very elegant with a dark
a

,

and leather
.

2   Write about what you wore last time you went to a wedding or a party.

15th century

in the 1900s

15 years ago

✗

✗

✓

✗

✓

✓

✓

✓

✗

(a hoodie / 15 years ago)

They wore hoodies fifteen years ago.

(a hoodie / in the 15th century) They didn’t wear
(jeans / in the 15th century)
(jeans / 15 years ago)​​

.

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3   Look at the table and write sentences.

(a cape / in the 15th century)​
(a cape / in the 1900s)
(a cape / 15 years ago)
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Unit 6  Writing

Class:

Name:

1   Complete the table.
adjective

comparative

superlative

the

good
worse

the

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2   Label the pictures. Then, write about what you're good at or bad at.
1

2

3

4

c

g

d

s

5

s

3   Complete the sentences so they are true for you.
1 When I was five years old, I
2 In 2010

.

3 A few years ago
4 Yesterday

.

5 Next year

.

.
.

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Unit 7  Writing

Class:

Name:

1   Look at the pictures and compare the cities.
theatre​ pollution ​traffic jam ​bike lane​ green spaces
university​ residential zone ​industrial zone​ sports facilities
​motorway ​factories​ hospital​ noise

a

b

City a has got more green spaces, but city b has

.

City A hasn't

.

Both

.

2   Write about your life and your city or village in 50 years’ time.
In 50 years’ time I’ll live in a

.

It’ll have

.

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U

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Unit 8  Writing

Class:

Name:

1   Read the clues and write the sports.
1 You throw a long stick.
2 You hit a ball with a racket.
3 You kick a ball in teams of eleven players.
4 You ride a bike.
5 You hit a ball across a table with a bat.
6 You swim using special dance movements.
7 You jump into a swimming pool from a board.
8 You run 42 kilometres.
9 You compete in ten different sports.
10 You fight an opponent with a sword.
11 You jump over obstacles on a horse.
12 You take part in five competitions.

2   Choose a sport. Use the promps to write rules.

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football

tennis

basketball

goal

yellow/red card

basket

referee
umpire

foul

serve

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Unit 1  Listening

Class:

Name:
2

 

Listen and write the names.
Fred

2 

3

 

​​Jim

​​Polly

​​Mary​

​Peter

​​Annabel

Listen and tick (✓) or cross (✗). Then, complete the sentence.

tell funny
stories

smile a lot

do homework
in the evenings

help at home

do sport

Rita
Charles
Charles and Rita both

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1 

.
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Unit 2  Listening

Class:

Name:

1 

7

 

Read and match. Then, listen and check.

… sleep with their eyes open.

… can sleep for 20 hours a day.

… can sleep for three years at a time.

… can sleep while standing up.

… sleep upside down.

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… sleep with half of their brain awake.

2 

8

 

Listen and answer the questions.

How far do Vanessa and Bimba run a day?
They run

.

How fast can Bimba run?
She can run up to

.

How high can she jump?
How long do they rest for?
How much does Bimba eat a week?

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Unit 3  Listening

Class:

Name:

1 

12

1

 

Listen and circle the correct pictures.

4

a

b

2

a

b

a

b

a

b

5

a

b

3

6

a

2 

b
13

 

Listen and write should or shouldn’t.

I

write this, but I think I know what my birthday present is this year.

I

write what the present is because I think it’s a surprise and imagine

if someone reads my diary!
I think the present is a dog!
I

get a dog because I worked really hard at school this year and I
work hard anyway – not because of a

passed all my exams. I know I
present…
But maybe the present isn’t a dog.

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Dear Diary,

tell my parents I want a dog. It’s a dilemma.

Perhaps I
I or

I ask for a dog directly?

What do you think, Diary?

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Unit 4  Listening

Class:

Name:

1 

18

 

Listen and write the numbers.

comedy

action

documentary

musical

fantasy

horror
romantic
comedy

sci-fi

2 

19

 

Listen to the dialogue and complete.
Hint! Think what words they could say before you start.

There’s

interesting on TV tonight. Daniel wants to watch his

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film, Billy Elliot. It’s a combination of drama,
and

. The film is about a boy. He wants to become a
. The film

say

3 

in England. Daniel doesn’t want to

about the ending, just that it is

20

 

!

Listen and choose T (true) or F (false).

1 The group Sapphire won a talent contest. ​T ​​F
2 They toured Europe.​​​​ ​T ​​F
3 They made a documentary.​​​ ​T ​​F
4 They became famous because of TV.​ ​T ​​F
5 They performed for a famous football club.​​ ​T ​​F
6 They didn’t make a video for their new CD.​ ​T ​​F

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Unit 5  Listening

Class:

Name:

1 

24

 

Look at the key. Then, listen and write the fabric.

Key

cotton=c
skirt

leather=l

silk=s

boots

shirt

belt

2 

25

 

trousers

waistcoat
T-shirt

hoodie

tie

Listen and label the picture.

1

5

2

6

3

7

4

8

3 

26

 

Listen and complete the dialogue.

  Good morning, how can I help you?
  I’m looking for a nice summer outfit. What is this blouse
% cotton and
  It’s made of
  I prefer the dress then. I like these
 

% acrylic. But this dress here is 100%
too. How much do they cost?

?
.

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dress

wool=w

pounds.

  Where were they made?
  They were made in

. Would you like to try them on?
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Unit 6  Listening

Class:

Name:

1 

30

 

Listen and complete.

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Anna

2 

31

3 

32

 

 

Peter

Tom

Jane

Carl

Listen and write the age.

Listen and write the missing verbs.

My grandmother

a famous opera singer when she was younger. She
singing when she was very little. She

the world and

lots of interesting people. She also

fundraising parties to help poor children. Last year she
autobiography, I

all around
her

it as a birthday present!

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Unit 7  Listening

Class:

Name:

1 

37

 

Listen and complete the table.
location

population

size

Edinburgh

km2

482,000

Havana

728 km2

Cuba

Cape Town

3,740,000

2,450 km2

Auckland

2 

38

 

482 km2

Listen and tick (✓) or cross (✗).

residential zone

theatres

shopping centres

car park
university

industrial zone

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New Zealand

traffic jams
sports facilities

pollution
park

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Unit 8  Listening

Class:

Name:

1 

42

 

Listen and write the times.

Channel 1

Channel 2

Channel 3

10. 00
.

13 . 00

14 . 15

.

.

.

.

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.

.

2 

43

 

Listen and tick (✓) the correct options.
Sports Day
play football

throw the javelin

compete in five sports

be nervous

get a prize

wear a tracksuit

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Unit 1  Speaking

Class:

Name:

1   Point and say.
yawning

smiling

frowning

blushing

staring

winking

  He’s blushing. I think he’s shy. I’m shy sometimes.

2   Complete the table. Then, ask a friend.

me
tidy your bedroom
do homework
tell silly stories
sing in the shower
get up early on Saturdays

Yes, always.

my friend

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  Do you tidy your bedroom?
  Yes, always.

smile at your teacher

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