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35 (9)

105.accident

106. hardship

107. heir

108. inherit

109. inspire

110. reign

111. sign

112. suffer

113. unity


97. by accident

98. heir to the throne

99. to inherit sb’s appearance (character)


45. a breed

New material:

Phrasal verbs



sign in (out), sign up, sign off, sign on

Text about the British Royal Family (R)

Song Can’t Buy Me Love (The Beatles)

The Royal Family

1. Information about the Commonwealth of Nations.

2. Information about The Beatles






36 (10)







46. a mixed bag

47. in sb’s honour

48. on your behalf


New material:

Confusable words accident/incident, as/like



1. Text about Queen Victoria (L).

2. Your Majesty…



Mummy (R)




Marriage and Divorce

1. Information about Queen Victoria.

2. Information about the British Royal Family






37—44 (11—18)







Workbook. Unit 2

Lexico-grammatical Exercise Book. Unit 2





















45 (19)







Consolidation Class




























49. self-esteem




1. Text about the problems of modern family (L)













46 (20)




Test Yourself































50. resolution

51. that’s a pity

52. to draw





1. One’s Difficult Son (L).

2. New Year’s Day (R)















47 (21)







Project Work Two



















48 (22)







Test Two



















49—50 (23—24)







Prepare for the National Examination Classes



















51 (25)







Home Reading. Class 2



















52 (26)







Optional Class
















Unit 3. In Harmony with Nature

53 (1)

114. striking

115. vast

116. huge

117. awesome

118. breathtaking

119. remarkable

120. superb

121. picturesque

122. terrific





53. The Niagara Falls, the USA

54. The Grand Canyon, the USA

55. The Rocky Mountains, the USA

56. Land’s End, Great Britain

57. Cornwall

58. Lake Bailal

59. the Volga River


Revision:

English articles



New material:

1. Passive structures with the infinitive.

2. English adverbs and adjectives. The word very


Visiting some places (R)

Poem To a Butterfly

Wildlife

Information about William Wordsworth




54 (2)

123. attend

124. crowd

125. crowded

126. overcrowded

127. convenient

128. feature

129. scream

130. suburb

131. swear

132. thus



100. to scream in anger

101. to scream for help

102. to scream with delight

103. to scream at sb

104. the suburb of a city

105. to swear that ….

106. to swear to do sth

107. to swear on the Bible

108. to swear at sb

109. rush hour

110. at rush hour

111. during the rush hours

112. in the middle of the rush hour

113. traffic jam

114. to create a traffic jam

115. in the traffic jam



60. to bump

61. a kindergarten

62.It depends


New material:

1. Articles with the nouns school, space, prison, church, bed, work college, hospital, university

2. Perfect and progressive infinitives in passive structures


1. Speaking about the places where people live (L).

2. For and Against (R)






Lifestyle in Cities and Towns







55 (3)

133. high-rises

134. sticker

135. seal

136. backstroke

137. enclosure


116. combat boots

117. hot springs



63 hide-and-seek

64. a tear

65. to brake

66. to mess

67. to kick back

68. World Civ

69. literacy rate

70. population



New material:

Confusable words



comfortable/ convenient,

to visit/to attend

1. Text about Greece (L).

2. From The Princess Diaries (R)






Wonders of Nature







56 (4)







71. a property

72. a cormorant

73. a puffin

74. recreation areas



New material:

1. Word building: compound adjectives denoting the cardinal points.

2. Articles with geographical names and place names


1. Text about the Farnes (L).

2. Text about Russia (R)






Wildlife. Russia







57 (5)

138. acquire

139. benefit

140.coast

141. encourage

142. heritage

143. landscape

144. property

145. value



118. for sb’s benefit

119. to have the benefit of sth

120. to be of benefit to sb

121. to rise/drop in value

122. to be of great/no value

123. free of charge






New material:

More facts about English articles (proper names)



1. Interview with Dr. Tony Stone (L).

2. The Leopard (R).

3. The National Trust (R)





Animals in Danger







58 (6)

146. acquisition

147. benefit v

148. beneficial

149. coastal

150. value v

151. valuable

152. invaluable





75. a lark

76. a daisy

77. rest

78. a stripe



Revision:

The indefinite article. Typical cases of usage



New material:

English idioms with names of animals and plants in their structures



Text about England (L)




Environmental Problems

Idiomatic English:

#t as brave as a lion;

#t as old as a the hills;

#t as poor as a church mouse;

#t as cold as ice;

#t as hard as nails;

#t as happy as a lark;

#t as fresh as daisy;

#t as black as night;

#t as green as grass;

#t as high as a kite;

#t as dead as a dodo;

#t as weak as a kitten;

#t as nervous as a cat.







59 (7)

153. condition

154. nuclear

155. poison

156. poisonous

157. population

158. recycle

159. save

160. spill



124. to recycle waste

125. to save from death

126. to save money for sth

127. to spill water on sth

128. acid rain

129. lack of sth

130. oil spill

131. shortage of food



79. a hatter

80. to threaten

81. to escape

82. lead


83. soot

84. petrol

85. coal

86. oil


87. fuel

88. heat


Revision:

The definite article. Typical cases of usage



Text about environmental problems (R)

Song The Rainforest Song

Human Environment

Information about J. P. Taylor




60 (8)







89. a rival

90. to have green fingers

91. a layer


New material:

1. Phrasal verbs



cut down (on), cut out, cut off, cut up

2. Articles with the nouns breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, supper, tea



1. Text about ecology (L).

2. A story by Eric Partridge (R)






Ways to Solve Ecological Problems







61 (9)

161. conquer

162. disaster

163. predict

164. rescue

165. revenge

166. surface

167. wave

168. witness



132. to end in disaster

133. to come to sb’s rescue

134. to act out of revenge

135. to take revenge on sb

136. a witness to the accident

137. to get rid of sth

138. volcano eruption


92. leaky

93. packaging

94. on standby

95. to bother

96. to cope

97. AD





1. Text about protecting animals (L).

2. Going Green (R)






Natural and Manmade Disasters

Social English: English phrases used to encourage a person or to calm him/her down




62 (10)

169. drought

170. earthquake

171. flood

172. hurricane

173. rainfall

174. tornado

175. tsunami

176. volcano



139. heavy shower

98. a funnel

99. to split



New material:

Confusable words landscape/scenery/view



1. Text about ecological organizations (L).

2. Nature and Man: a Way to Live Together (R)






Ecological Organisations







63—70 (11—18)










Workbook. Unit 3

Lexico-grammatical Exercise Book. Unit 3


















71 (12)







Consolidation Class




























100. hullo




1. Judy Miller’s interview (L).

2. Little Red Riding Hood: The Wolf’s Story (R)















72 (13)




Test Yourself































101. deliberate




1. Speaking about environment and nature (L).

2. Mr Roll, an ecologist, about the problem of tropical forests















73 (14)










Project Work Three
















74 (22)










Test Three
















75—76 (23—24)










Prepare for the National Examination Classes
















77 (25)










Home Reading. Class 3
















78

(26)











Optional Class













Unit 4. In Harmony with the World

79 (1)







102. a vehicle

Revision:

Participle I and participle II



New material:

Confusable words trip/journey/travel/voyage



Text about travelling (R)

Song The Best Way to Travel

Why People Travel







80 (2)

177. amazing

178. awake

179. divide

180. pour

181. sick

182. slip

183. tie

184. trouble

185. airsick

186. seasick

187. travelsick

188. homesick



140. to get into trouble

141. to be in trouble

142. to run into trouble

143. on board a ship/a plane

144. to set out

145. to divide into

146. to divide between/among

147. to divide by

148. to pour into

149. to slip into the room

150. to slip out of the room

151. to slip on sth

152.to tie up to sth


103. the Cyclades

104. nevertheless

105. flu


Revision:

Constructions So do I/Neither do I



New material:

Confusable words sick/ill



Text about the Cyclades (L)




Away from Home

Phrases with the adjective ill:

#t ill news

#t ill fortune

#t ill luck

#t ill effects

#t ill feelings

#t ill results


Unit 4. In Harmony with the World

81(3)

189. handful

190. pier

191. lifeboat

192. deck

193. whale





106. a stowaway 107. footy

108. a cargo boat

109. rum

110. a diamond

111. to give oneself/up

112. a ferryboat






1. The dialogue about Kate’s holiday (L).

2. The Stowaways (R)






Travelling to Different Places







82 (4)

194. destination

195. compartment

196. guard

197. arrival

198. departure

199. carriage (a car)

200. smoker

201. non-smoker



153. a through train

154. a fast train

155. a local train

156. a long-distance train

157. a sleeping car

158. a dining car

159. a buffet car

160. a single (ticket)

161. a return (ticket)


113. to book

114. wellington boots




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