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Contents
Nouns and Pronouns

1
Lesson 2
Lesson 3
Lesson

Nouns and Articles

b

Quantity Words

10

Pronouns and Possessives

14

Lesson 4

Present and Past: Be

18


Lesson 5

Present Simple

22

Lesson 6

Present Continuous

26

Present Simple vs. Present Continuous

30

Past Simple

1

34

Past Simple 2

38

Past Continuous

42

Future: Will/Be Going To

46

Verbs

7
Lesson I
Lesson 9
Lesson

10
Lesson 11
Lesson

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Lesson

12

Progress Test

51

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H.lping Verbs

13
Lesson 14
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Helping Verbs

1

56

Helping Verbs 2

60

Adlectives and Adverbs

15 Adjectives
Lesson 16 Adverbs
Lesson 17 Comparisons
Lesson

64
68
72

N ,r.oositions
18
Lesson 19
Lesson

Prepositions of Time

76

Prepositions of Place and Movement

80

N s.nt.nce Structure
20 Parts of the Sentence
Lesson 21 Parts of Speech
Lesson 22 Statements and Yes/No Questions
Lesson 23 lnformation Questions
Lesson

84
88
92

96

N ,,;*,eis Test
Lesson

24 Progress Test 2

Grammar Quizzes

141

106


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activities at the
beginning of each lesson can be used
both for a cumulative review as well as
a tool for assessment. ln each lesson,
teachers can use this activity to monitor
language development and identify
areas of weakness in need of review.

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A Concise Summary of essential grammar points is
shown in the box within the chart.

charts
introduce new grammar concepts in a
clear and structured manner. New targets
are presented in small portions that
facilitate mental digestion.

Check-Llp Activities follow each target's presentation
to ensure the understanding of new grammar points.


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greater practice of target grammar. Through a
variety of in-depth activities and methods,
students use and practice the material they
are learning.

#mmtemt ffimmdlng activities help consolidate the
target grammar in context. A variety of topics are
chosen from the school subjects such as
language arts, science, history, social studies,
art, literature, and physical education.

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know that boy's name.

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u5ua ly qet up late on Sundays

Write the sentene in the riqht order.

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jeans

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my

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to

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review of the day's lesson. Students and teachers
can refer to them for a quick overview of the material
they have studied.

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Entertaining Gomi&s.are
provided in Lessons 11 and 23.
Students consolidate the English
concepts taught in each part while
enjoying the comics.

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ffir*gr*sm Ymmtm are presented in
Lessons '12 and 24. These tests
provide a method to follow and assess
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lesson.
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prepare for the cumulative quizzes in

the following lessons.


Nouns and Pronouns

1
Les*an 2
Lesson 3
Lesson

6

Nouns and Articles
Quantity Words

10

Pronouns and Possessives

14

Verbs

4
Lesson 5
Lesson 6
Lesson 7
Lesson 8
Less*n

Be
Present Simple
Present Continuous

Present and Past:

Present Simple vs. Present
Past Simple

1

Continuous
l-esscn 1'! Future:Will/Be Going To
Lesson

1ff

Past

Continuous

18

22
26
30
34

42
46

Progress Test
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Progress Test

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Lesson

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. Grammar lntroduction
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A. eo,mm n

.

'l Fropef,Nouns
.

Common nouns are general names,of people. animats,
places and things.

.

Proper nouns are specific names. They.always begin

with capital letters.

G

Check the common noun and circle the proper noun.

1 Amy'sMiron@1ns@

2

3

4 My uncle can speak Chinese.

These skates are

for Sam.

Grace is my best friend.

B.,$inguhr aad Plural, Nouns
. Singular means one. PJural means more than two.
. To make most nouns plural, add 6to the singular form.

. Eadof.noun:{W
. Plural form: add -es
lEndof

.

noun:lw

Plural form: add -es

i:Endof

noun:W

.,Plural,,f,orn'l: change&m*ffi&and

addffi

. End of:nquniMMl$

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Pluralform:

changeWand addffi

.. No rules

" Common irregular plural nouns:
,,sheep-

sheep

tooth -teeth

woman - women

foot - feet

G Write the plural form.
1

person

3 glass
6

2

leaf

4 radio

mouse -

rnice

person . people


1 - Nouns and Articler

IL

C. Count and Noncount Nouns
. Count nouns are the names of objects that we can count.
. They take singular or plural form.

.

Noncount nouns are the names of objects that we cannot
count.

. They take only singular form and no&ior fiffi

.

Common noncount nouns:

furniture

G

homework

weather

money

Choose and write. Use

music

information

alan with the count nouns.

desk homework bread egg

water class

music

Count Nouns

letter

Noncount Nouns

1

4

3

D. Articles:

8

7

A/An and The
. Article,Sor&$ means 'one'thing.
Use it before a singular noun.

. Putgbefore

a consonant andffi*sbefore a vowel.

. Article,W is used before nouns that arqg$@ or

@

G Write a, an,the or @. Write

@

if a or an is not needed.

........... hat.

1

Amy has .................... cap and

2

There is ................ milk and ................

3

lt is ..

cheese.

. ......... nice day. ............. . . .. sky is

blue.

cap is blue.

..........

milk is white.
.

hat is yellow.

cheese is yellow.

sun is bright.

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2. Grammar Practice
G) Choose and write.

1

planets

2

holidays

3

weekdays

4

months

5

countries

6

names

7

schools

@ wrlte the correct plurat form. write
Singular

/'

1

woman

2

potato

3

sheep

5
6
7
8

knife
lady

furniture
tooth

Plural
Worn9n

fi if there is no plural form.
Singular
Plural

9 circle
10 life
11 leaf
12 bench
13 player
14 sport
15 water
16 fish


1 - Nouns ano nrticrcs

@ fill in the blanks.

$$

Use a, an or the.

A: I can't find my pen. Do you see it?
B: lt's right there. lt's

on

... floor.

A: ....................... weather is so gray today.
B: I know. Where is ....................... sun?

A: Do you

want

B: No, thank you.

... egg

I'lljust

for breakfast?

have

... glass

of orange juice.

@ Write the plural forms.

If?,*jus:.

3. Grammar Summary
Nouns

Articles
I

have a blue pen and an ofange

pencil.

i

gray. I don'1'see,tlie Sun,
The sky
ski is so gra'

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1. Grammar

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Link

Go to page 106. Take Grammar Ouiz

2. Grammar

1.

lntroduction

A. Some/Any

.ffiis
.:@is

used with plural count nouns.
used with noncount nouns.

. Use@in affirmative
. UseEWin questions.

.ffiis
.@is

used with plural count nouns.
used with noncount nouns.

. UseS$$$in
. UseSffiin

G Write

............ funny books at the library.

There are

2

There

3

My grandma

4

John didn't do

aren't

........

has

clouds in the sky.
........

............

5 They need .........

homework today.

cookies for the school bake sale.

Would you

money.

like

ice cream?

3 Can I have ...................
4 Sarah has............
5
10

antique furniture in her house.

Circle and write.

1 I have
2

negative sentences.
questions.

some or any.

1

E

sentences.

Can we

have

cookies?

. homework.

popcorn?

lisome lany

,r$Ome

me lany

jiSome

ji,xome lanY

1,5ome

,$q*.

lany

ill#me I any

,,i

SOme

iiisome


2-Quantity

*oro,

S

B. A Few/A Little & Many/Much

.ffiis

aifQw'bga$ed,:lrtt ,.' :.,
There aren't many mountains.
How many sisters do you have?

ftre,are

I

,

,

.
.

M6ny is used with plural count nouns.

Use:kx$iifiWfiSwhen asking for exact numbers

.;*${i*t&is used with noncount nouns"
. Nlh-rebis used with noncount nouns.

don't have much moner/

How much,infonnati6h,,dg

used with plural count nouns.

Vzu, haVe?

. Useffi*ffit$when

asking for exact arnount

. Alot:iirtis used with both plural count nouns and noncount

There are a lot of flowers.
I have a lot of homework.

nouns.

G Circle the correct word.
few

1

I have

a

2

There

isn't

3

Do you

/ a little

many

write

questions.

i much homework today.

many

/ much letters to your friends?

4 We have a few I a little
5

Amy doesn't

get

many

milk,

/ a lot of

mail.

C. Measurement Words
There is some juioe.,, :':, :,, '::,
{2}There is a bcttle of,juicb;:r :,
(3) How much rice did you buy?
l'bought twg fuqgs'Sl rica..:,,,,

{1,)

. (1) means "There is juice, but you don't know exactly how much. "
. (l) means "There is juice, and you know exactly how much."
. M easu rement word s ke$&*$S&.l!ffiie a n d 3ii3ii$&84{ a re u sed to express
Ii

,

::$irecEie'

ernourlte of noncount nou ns.

. Common measurement words:
a cup of

ffi

-

a slice of

-

a loaf of

-

a carton of

-

a can of

-

a piece of

*

a glass

of .-

Read and match.

1

acupof

cheese

2

a loaf of

dos

3

a can

4

a piece of

mirk ffi
W

a carton of

bread

of

&

food

coftee

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3. Grammar Practice
@ Ctrange some to a few or a little.

1

I need to buy some shirts.

2

We get some mail every day.

3

They read some books every week.

+
+
+

4

There are some good shows on TV.

-)

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..te.. b,^y...*. {e. yl..sh i.+. S,

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5 This soup needs some salt.

@ Cfrange a lot of to many or much.

1

I

2

Karen doesn't drink a lot of

3

Mike doesn't have a lot of

don't ask a lot of questions in class.

-)

coffee.

-)

money. -)

4 Do you drink a lot of milk?

+

@ Look and write.

1 A: How ............n*-h...............

2 A: How

3 A: How

4

bread is there?
spoons are there?

A: How ................... hamburgers

5 A: How
12

milk is there?

are there?

coffee is there?

There are .. .thn9g-..egrten5 . . of milk.
There are

............

There are

............

... spoons.

There are

............

hamburqers.

of bread.


2-Quantity W"rd.

@ nll in the blanks.

Use some, any

Sam: Moml l'm hungry. Can I

%

or alan.

have

snacks?

Mom: Sure. Look in the refrigerator. There is . ...........
Sam:Yuck! I don't like cheese. I want
Mom: Come on, Sam. How about . . . .

cheese.

cookie.

.

healthy food?

@ Circle the correct word(s).

1

Put r three

2 Pour
3 Add
ra

/

much :

'?-],''9cgg-"i-'

'

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few

/

a little

ice cubes in a blender.

,',,,,Smooihie

milk into the blender.

it,. i
'..ii;f'!
'c-

ice cream and

&.:,4.

t

: frozen strawberries.

4 Add , two spoons

/

two spoons

of

rl*r

sugar.

s

$a

5 Put the lid on the blender and run it for one minute.

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6 Pour your smoothie into a glass and enjoy.

4. Grammar Summary
Ouantity Words

. Common measurement words:
acupof asliceof -

aloaf of

-

acartonof

-

acanof

-

apieceof

-

apacketof

-

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1. Grammar Link

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Go to page 107. Take Grammar Ouiz2.

E

Change the underlined noun to the subject or object pronoun.

2.

1

John likes his friends a lot.

2 Ann can speak three languages.
3 My parents have a new car.

4 My sister and I share a room.
I met Karen's sister today.

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3 - Pronouns and Poss...,u".

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Write the correct possessive form.

engrne

+
+
+
+

report

card +

1 ':dog
tail
2 bir,ds
wings
3 my sisters names

4 'bus
5 ,Amy
6

S

Aoqts
tail
.'"'(r""""""

wings
names

engine

report card

+

,baby

room

C. Possessive Adjectives and Pronouns

Plural

'

': ?;nd

1,

T.his is

your house,

.This is youni.

;

. There is no possessive

ffi Circle the correct word.
1

2
3 This is my book and that book

4 A:

ls this your

is

your

/

yours

cat? B: No, it's not ,, my /

mine

5

6
7

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3. Grammar Practice
@ Choose and write the correct word.

1Thomasand.,......,..ffiaregoodfriends.
2

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John has a new video game. He bought

yesterday.

to my party.

4lhaveEnglishhomeworktoday.lwilldo........'...'..,'..ffirightnow.

singer.

iffi

5

Sarah is a good

7

Kathy is wearing new earrings. .. .. . . .

@ Circle the correct

1

Amy

look good on her.

answer.

forgot

homework today.

@ mine

@ hers

@ her

2 My computer is not working, but .... ......
@ your

3

We gave

4

them

5 My .. ....
@ sister

6

16

@

out

their

.......

@mv

@ his

@ ours; theirs

@

out

theirs

...... has only 99 pages.

@ they

@ her

..... names are Karen and Kathy.

@ sister's

John ate his cookie, butJane

@ hers

..... is working fine.

telephone number, and they gave us

Your book has 100 pages, but . .

@ mine

@ theirs

@ their

@ our

@ ours, their

sings very well.

@ them

@ sisters

saved

@ sisters'

for
@ her

later.

@ theirs


3 - Pronouns and Possessivet

%

@ Choose and write.

6\
'V'

t\V///,

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

They

their

''He'
He
he

his
his
his

Charlie Bucket is a poor young

boy. He

lives with

parents and

four grandparents. Near their house is the largest chocolate factory in the world. One
da5r,

Charlie finds the last Golden Ticket to the

factory.

goes there

with

Grandpa, Joe. Four other children come to the factory with

parents.

do not listen to Willy Wonka and disappear.

Will Charlie listen and flnish the tour? Will

be

the

W

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winner of the big prize?

t,-l&,

:e;':':

4. Grammar Summary
Personal Pronouns and Possessives

'lst

:
:

, lst :
Plural :2nd,
SrO

Pronoun

I

Singular : 2nd .,
, 3rd :

.

Object

Subiect
Pronoun

,

you

.

me
you

,
Adjective
my
;
, your i
Possessive

Possessive

Possessive
Pronoun

Noun

mine
yours

he/she/it ' him/her/it : his/her/its r his/hers/---

we
you.
they

'
,
.

us
you
them ,

our
your
their

I
,

I

i

girl's
tnomas s
(Thomas')

i

ours
yours ,
theirs :
:

.lgirls'

children's

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1.

Grammar Link

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Go to page 108. Take Grammar Ouiz 3.

2. Grammar Introduction
A. Present and Past of Be: Affirmatives
1 '. , '
; You/We/Thev
rresent i
'-"'
H"i sn"/tt

Past, i

i
!

i,

l/He/She/ltvvas

i

are

,

. There are three forms of present tense

i

. There are two forms of past tense

of -Be:W*li$and;SK
-

i

You/W€/They nrere
r rere

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of

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Read and write the correct Be verb.
Mary

................15

2 lt
3

My

at home today.

hot now.

friends

She . was

lt .....,.........

excited today. You

at home yesterday too.

hot yesterday too.

hrppy today. They .........

4 You

.....

...........

....... happv vesterdav too.
...... excited yesterday too.

B. Present and Past of Be: Negatives
Present

;

l amnot

You/We/They arenrt

He/She/lt isn't

. l'm not = I am
. isn't = is not

not

. aren't = ole hot
. wasn't = wos oot
. weren't = were flot

ffi
1

Read and write the correct negative Be verb.

I

*f..n?.t-.. at home right

2 Amy

late for school yesterday.

3 They

tired after the game yesterday.

4 What happenedT
18

now.

You .

......

.. in class yesterday.


4 - Present and Past:

E
1

2

,"

Ia

Circle the correct word.
You in classYesterdaY?
e
MAmyathomenow?
John and Sam absent yesterday?

3

4

you at the library now?

5

your dog sick yesterday?

E Complete the sentence using There + Be.

I

........Ihp..f9...*f9........ many people at the concert yesterday.

2
'

3

.

4

....

A lonq time ago,

a post office next to the bank. lt's a small building.

.........

.......;............... many

.......:............

a princess in the castle.

tall buildings in Tokyo.

.. nobody in

the room. lt was empty.

19.

'.:

:

,1


3. Grammar Practice
@ Wrlte the correct

1

A:

How

2

A:

What

3

Kelly and Ann

Be verb.
..... class

...........

........

yesterday? B: lt .

..

great.

your favorite season? B: I like spring.

happy after the test. They did very well.
..........
4 What happened to you yesterday?
..... you sick?

5
5

..

..

Mr. Roberts in the classroom? I need to talk to him.

We went to the beach yesterday.

There

...... so

many people there.

@ Look and write.

1

2
3

4
5

20

ar9 *wo

people,


4 - Present and Past:

," ,sfl

@ Write the answers about you.
1

How was school yesterday?

2 Where were you last night?
3 How many students are there in class today?

4 How many students were there in

class yesterday?

@ Choose and write.

A Little Histoty
a statue of George Washington. He

This

the first president of the United States. Before that, the United States

part of the British Empire and George Washington
a general in the Revolutionary Army. There

war between the Revolutionary Army and the British in the l77O's.
a long time ago. There

That

any

bad feelings about it today. NoW the USA and Great Britain
friends.

4. Grammar Summary
Present and Past: Be
Affirmative

lam
Present

i

He/She/lt

.

is ,

t"rlw"lin-ur rr"
,a J::ly?llh*
1'-"":,-,^. ,,
There

Negative

is/are

Past' vo1/wglrryi:i_""".**.,

'

l'm not
He/She/lt

isdt

Ouestion

t

'1=*9_Y,:1Ier1aren
There isn't/arent

'
_

You/We/They

weren't

i
i

Am 1...?
ls helshe/it...?

I

r _1l"_I3".11y*liL:l

..,,.,_

*

ls/Are there...?
Were you/we/they...?

"i_

iTherewas/were1Therewasn,t1weren,t.WaslWere.there..',?

lVly $\lext Srasmnrear

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Lesson

1.

Grammar Link

*

Go to page 109. Take Grammar Ouiz 4.

2. Grammar

lntroduction

A. Present Simple

. The present simple tense expresses:$6breorffi

. ln affirmative sentences, addg&to the verb if the subject is a singular noun or&&Mf$.
. ln negative sentences, putg&f*rylelregal_f before the verb:i*s*t/abegil*+'yer

ffi Read and write the correct verb form.
1 ,,|iVe r: A: ..........
|ions..........
:', A:

2

;5!de

3

lwalk i'

4

:tn,at

..........

Mr.

Sam

..........

Roberts

speali' Kelly

in the

jungle?

B: No, they

his bike to school? B:Yes, he

his dog every day.

....

Japanese.

B. Present Simple: Spelling Rules of Final -s
speak
op'en:

+
4, ,

speaks
opens

Add&to most verbs.

WAtCtr',: ':, .'Q,,,:;,: . twatches

push

-)

pushes

. AddSS*to verbs that end inWWffil

r-nlx

,cff

',,,+tt ,i,, ,l:Cfie$

1,1i,S..;)l
l[.; :::-.*],'-,.,'-,
.*,,t,,,

22

dor,.',

.,'dQgs

90,,,,
have

i}, r rr'gOGS
i) ri:,'',ha6,

rl

lf a verb ends in

aleW

changegWand

add$


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