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2 Contents LESSNS GRAMMAR pp. Remember 1a Remember 1b Indefinite Article a / an Definite Article the Zero Article Subject / bject Pronouns 5 6 Remember 1c Countries and Their Adjectives 7 Remember 2a The Imperative / Let s 8 Remember 2b The Verb BE (Present - Past - Future) 9 Remember 2c The Verb HAVE GT BE or HAVE GT 10 Remember 3a Question Words 11 Remember 3b Possessive Adjectives & Pronouns 12 Remember 3c Possessive Case 13 1 Everyday life in Switzerland Present Simple A letter from Finland Prepositions of Place, Movement & Time Nessie s timeline 4 Katie s strange dream 5 An from Toronto Present Continuous Present Simple vs. Present Continuous Non-Continuous Verbs Future Simple be going to Plurals Uncountable Nouns Much, many, a lot of / plenty of Very How much? - How many? REVISIN 1 (Lessons 1-5) A visit to Alton Towers Past Simple (Regular & Irregular Verbs) My aunt s childhood Past Continuous Past Continuous vs. Past Simple Used to The Dinosaur hall of fame Comparative & Superlative Degrees Jasmin moves to Scotland Present Perfect Simple (1) (Regular & Irregular Verbs) A holiday in Hawaii Present Perfect Simple (2) (Irregular Verbs) Have been to - Have gone to - Have been in Present Perfect Simple vs. Past Simple REVISIN 2 (Lessons 6-10)
3 LESSNS GRAMMAR pp. 11 Billy Elliot the musical 12 Flying is fun 13 Sydney sights Present Perfect Continuous Present Perfect Continuous vs. Present Perfect Simple Must / Have To Mustn t / Don t Have To Can / Be Able To / Could May / Might Should / ught To Shall The Grey Whale Relative Pronouns Real life monsters Relative Clauses REVISIN 3 (Lessons 11-15) Up Helly Aa Time Clauses Socotra Island 18 Rookin House Activity Centre 19 A day out with a difference 20 Who s your favourite celebrity? Conditionals: Zero Conditional First Conditional Second Conditional Too & Enough Question Tags Infinitives: Full Infinitive Bare Infinitive Gerund Be / Get Used To Great train journeys Passive Voice REVISIN 4 (Lessons 16-21) ptional Listening Tasks ptional Writing Tasks Glossary Verbs & Tenses 151 Irregular Verbs 152 Lesson Plan 4 Transcripts
4 LESSN PLAN 1 Remember Lessons 1a, b & c Indefinite / Definite Article - Zero Article - Subject / bject Pronouns Countries and Their Adjectives 2 Remember Lessons 2a, b & c The Imperative / Let s - The Verb BE (Present - Past - Future) The Verb HAVE GT - BE or HAVE GT? 3 Remember Lessons 3a, b & c Question Words - Possessive Adjectives & Pronouns - Possessive Case 4 Lesson 1 Everyday life in Switzerland Present Simple 5 Lesson 2 A letter from Finland Prepositions of Place, Movement & Time 6 Lesson 3 Nessie s timeline Present Continuous - Present Simple vs. Present Continuous Non-Continuous Verbs 7 Lesson 4 Katie s strange dream Future Simple - be going to 8 Lesson 5 An from Toronto Plurals - Uncountable Nouns - Much, many, a lot of / plenty of Very - How much? / How many? 9 REVISIN 1 (Lessons 1-5) 10 Lesson 6 A visit to Alton Towers Past Simple (Regular & Irregular Verbs) 11 Lesson 7 My aunt s childhood Past Continuous - Past Continuous vs. Past Simple - Used to 12 Lesson 8 The Dinosaur Hall of Fame Comparative & Superlative Degrees 13 Lesson 9 Jasmin moves to Scotland Present Perfect Simple (1) (Regular & Irregular Verbs) 14 Lesson 10 A holiday in Hawaii Present Perfect Simple (2) (Irregular Verbs) - Have been to - Have gone to Have been in - Present Perfect Simple vs. Past Simple 15 REVISIN 2 (Lessons 6-10) 16 Lesson 11 Billy Elliot the musical Present Perfect Continuous Present Perfect Continuous vs. Present Perfect Simple 17 Lesson 12 Flying is fun Must / Have To - Mustn t / Don t Have To - Can / Be Able To - Could 18 Lesson 13 Sydney sights May / Might - Should / ught To - Shall 19 Lesson 14 The Grey Whale Relative Pronouns 20 Lesson 15 Real life monsters Relative Clauses 21 REVISIN 3 (Lessons 11-15) 22 Lesson 16 Up Helly Aa Time Clauses 23 Lesson 17 Socotra Island Conditionals: Zero Conditional - First Conditional - Second Conditional 24 Lesson 18 Rookin House Activity Centre Too & Enough - Question Tags 25 Lesson 19 A day out with a difference Infinitive: Full Infinitive - Bare Infinitive 26 Lesson 20 Who s your favourite celebrity? Gerund - Be / Get Used To 27 Lesson 21 Great train journeys Passive Voice 28 REVISIN 4 (Lessons 16-21) For those wishing to complete the course in 24 sessions, the Revision Lessons can be set as homework. ptional Listening & Writing Tasks (cf. Appendix) can be set at teacher s discretion)
5 Indefinite Article a / an Definite Article the Remember 1a The Indefinite Article a / an Το αόριστο άρθρο a / an (ένας, μία, ένα) χρησιμοποιείται πριν από ουσιαστικά ενικού αριθμού όταν μιλάμε γενικά γι αυτά. Βάζουμε το a πριν από ουσιαστικά που αρχίζουν από σύμφωνο (a number, a letter, a knife, a party) και το an μπροστά από ουσιαστικά που αρχίζουν από φωνήεν (an ant, an egg, an idea, an omelette). Σύγκριση: an elephant BUT a big elephant Προσοχή στo u και το h: a university BUT an umbrella a hamburger BUT an hour 1. Fill in with a or an. an 1. We have idea. It s good idea. 2. A hippo is a big animal. 3. This is a history book. It s an old book. 4. He has an old house in a small village. 5. There s an apple and a cake in the fridge. 6. Can I have an ice cream and a sandwich? 7. He wears a uniform. He s an electrician. 8. I need an egg to make an omelette Is it an Indian or an Irish song? - Actually, it s a Spanish dance! 10. Look! It s an owl. It s a baby owl. a The Definite Article the Το οριστικό άρθρο the (ο, η, το, οι, τα) μπαίνει πριν από ουσιαστικά ενικού και πληθυντικού αριθμού όταν μιλάμε συγκεκριμένα γι αυτά. The boy in your garden is my son. Μάθε και μερικές άλλες χρήσεις του οριστικού άρθρου, όπως οι παρακάτω: Πριν από: οποιοδήποτε ουσιαστικό που είναι μοναδικό (the sun, the sea, the sky) ποταμούς (the River Amazon), ωκεανούς (the Pacific cean), θάλασσες (the Mediterranean Sea), οροσειρές (the Himalayas), ερήμους (the Gobi Desert), ενωμένα κράτη (the United Kingdom), ομάδες νησιών (the Bermudas) εφημερίδες (the Times), μουσικά όργανα (the piano), ξενοδοχεία (the Carlton Hotel), πλοία (the Titanic) εθνικότητες (the French, the Greeks) και ονόματα οικογενειών στον πληθυντικό (the Nortons) ουσιαστικά ενικού αριθμού που δηλώνουν ένα είδος The dolphin is a mammal. επίθετα υπερθετικού βαθμού (the tallest), ή επίθετα που χαρακτηρίζουν μια ομάδα (the elderly) 2. Fill in with a, an or the. 1. Meg is teacher and Ian is actor. a a the 2. There s helicopter in sky. 3. The Beckhams are on holiday in the USA. 4. The / Α fox is a clever animal. 5. You re the best dad in the world! 6. The Times is a daily newspaper. 7. The Sahara Desert isn t in the UK. 8. We must be there in an hour and a half. 9. My brother plays the guitar. 10. The book on the table is Gerry s. 11. I want to see the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty. 12. He works in a big city in the UK. 13. Big Ben is a tower with a big clock. 14. The / A dog is a very friendly pet. 15. The Greeks are very proud of the an Parthenon. 5
6 Remember 1b Zero Article Subject / bject Pronouns Zero Article Αφού μάθαμε πότε χρησιμοποιείται το οριστικό άρθρο the, ας δούμε και πότε ΔΕ χρησιμοποιείται. Πριν από ουσιαστικά στα οποία αναφερόμαστε γενικώς: (I like fish. BUT: The fish we ate was tasty.) Μπροστά από τις δεικτικές αντωνυμίες (this / that / these / those), τα κτητικά επίθετα (my, your, ) και τις κτητικές αντωνυμίες (mine, yours,...). Μπροστά από κύρια ονόματα (Ben), πόλεις (London), χώρες (Denmark), ηπείρους (Asia), γλώσσες (English). Με μαθήματα (history), αθλήματα (basketball), γεύματα (lunch), παιχνίδια (chess). Πριν από ημέρες (Friday), μήνες (March) και γιορτές (Easter). Προσοχή: I play tennis. BUT: I play the piano. 1. Fill in with the, where necessary. 2. Fill in with a / an, the or -. The - 1. fruit in my uncle s shop is always fresh London is on the river Thames. 3. Wendy really loves - ice cream France is famous for - its wine. 5. The Alps are in the continent of Europe. 6. The Acropolis is in - Athens. 7. Ian likes - golf but Tom likes - tennis. 8. Are - his trainers in - that box? 9. Pam plays the violin and Jo plays the piano. 10. I always send - cards at - Christmas. 1. Do you know Mr Cole? 2. My house has a garden and a garage. 3. I speak - English. I live in the UK. 4. The Star Hotel is very big and luxurious. 5. There s a T-shirt on my bed. Is it yours? 6. - Sunday is my favourite day. 7. I don t like - chicken but I love - pizza! 8. - Where s - my shirt? - In the wardrobe. 9. The Nile is the longest river in the world. 10. The Lees are going to Paris at - Easter. Subject & bject Pronouns Οι προσωπικές αντωνυμίες ονομαστικής πτώσης μπαίνουν μπροστά από τα ρήματα ως υποκείμενά τους και λέγονται subject pronouns. Δείχνουν ποιος κάνει την ενέργεια του ρήματος. I wake up at 7:00. / She meets Tom every day. Αντίστοιχα, οι προσωπικές αντωνυμίες αιτιατικής πτώσης μπαίνουν μετά από τα ρήματα ως αντικείμενά τους και λέγονται object pronouns. Δείχνουν σε ποιον / τι πηγαίνει η ενέργεια του ρήματος. Wake me up at 7:00. / Tom meets her every day. Subject Pronouns bject Pronouns I (εγώ) me (εμένα, με) you (εσύ) you (εσένα, σε) he (αυτός) him (αυτόν, τον) she (αυτή) her (αυτήν, την) it (αυτό) it (αυτό, το) we (εμείς) us (εμάς, μας) you (εσείς) you (εσάς, σας) they (αυτοί, -ές, -ά) them (αυτούς, -ές, -ά / τους, τις, τα) 3. Fill in with subject or object pronouns. 1. This is my pen. Give it back to me, please. 2. The kids are in their room now. They are studying. 3. Ted s a very nice guy. Everyone likes him. 4. We re hungry. Can you make us some pizza? 5. My sister is not coming with us. She is busy. 6. Where are my keys? I can t find them. 7. Mr Kent isn t American. He is from Sydney. 8. There s Jonathan. Let s go and talk to him. 9. ur cat looks thirsty. Let s give it some water. 10. Where s Linda? We ve got a present for her. 11. Steve and I are friends. We often go out together. 12. Good morning, Mrs Smith. How are you today? 4. Rewrite the sentences using subject and object pronouns. 1. My brothers never tidy their room. They never tidy it. 2. Sally is playing chess with Jason. She is playing it with him. 3. Alan and I will help Tina. We will help her. 4. Eric didn t feed the dogs. He didn t feed them. 5. Betty broke the vase. She broke it. 6. My friends are talking to Max. They are talking to him. 6
7 Countries and Their Adjectives Remember 1c Countries and Their Adjectives Θυμήσου ότι οι χώρες στα αγγλικά δεν παίρνουν άρθρο. Δηλαδή λέμε: Greece / France is a European country και όχι The Greece / The France. Σε κάθε χώρα αντιστοιχεί ένα επίθετο, που γράφεται πάντα με κεφαλαίο το πρώτο γράμμα και έχει τρεις χρήσεις: 1. Εθνικότητα (προέλευση προσώπων) He / She is Greek. = Αυτός / Αυτή είναι Έλληνας / Ελληνίδα. He / She is French. = Αυτός / Αυτή είναι Γάλλος / Γαλλίδα. 2. Επίθετο προέλευσης πραγμάτων Α Greek / French school = Ένα ελληνικό / γαλλικό σχολείο 3. Γλώσσα I can speak Greek / French. = Μπορώ να μιλήσω ελληνικά / γαλλικά. Οι γλώσσες δεν παίρνουν άρθρο και είναι πάντα ενικού αριθμού. Greek is a European language. = Τα ελληνικά είναι μία ευρωπαϊκή γλώσσα. Δε λέμε: The Greek are Choose and circle. 2. Choose and fill in. 1. Steve s parents are. a. England b. English 2. Ross is on holiday in now. a. France b. French 3. Is there a school here? a. Greece b. Greek 4. Rome is the capital of. a. Italy b. Italian 1. Christine s from Paris. She is French. 2. Athens is the capital of Greece. 3. Can you write your name in Swedish? 4. There are a lot of countries in Europe. 5. They have got a house in Spain. 6. Can you and Tim speak Italian? 7. My mum s best friend is German. (France / French) (Greece / Greek) (Sweden / Swedish) (Europe / European) (Spain / Spanish) (Italy / Italian) (Germany / German) 5. Sven s mother is. a. Sweden b. Swedish 6. Pablo can speak. a. Spain b. Spanish 7. The language is difficult. a. German b. Germany 8. Greece and Italy are in. a. European b. Europe 9. Volos is a city. a. Greece b. Greek 10. Let s visit. a. Turkey b. Turkish 3. Answer the questions. 1. Are you English? Students own answers. 2. Is Paris the capital of Germany? 3. Is your dad Greek? 4. Are there a lot of countries in Europe? 5. Is your mum s best friend French? 6. Can you speak Italian? 7
8 Remember 2a The Imperative / Let s The Imperative Για να σχηματίσουμε την προστακτική, βάζουμε μόνο το βασικό ρήμα χωρίς υποκείμενο πριν από αυτό. Be careful! Go away! Στην άρνηση προσθέτουμε μόνο το don t πριν από το ρήμα. Don t open her purse! Don t be late again! Μαζί με την προστακτική, μπορούμε να βάλουμε τη λέξη please (παρακαλώ), στην αρχή ή στο τέλος της πρότασης, όταν θέλουμε να είμαστε πιο ευγενικοί. Give it to Mr Stevenson, please. Please don t call Peter after 10: Fill in with the imperative. brush - give - tell - open - don t worry - help - be - put don t park - don t open - don t talk - take - don t drive 1. Put the words in the correct order. 2. Please don t open the window. It s cold. 3. Take an umbrella with you. 4. Brush your teeth, children! 5. Don t talk now. I m listening to the news. 6. Give me my glasses, please. 7. Please be quiet, Kelly! 8. Don t park your car in front of my house. 9. Please don t drive so fast along this street. 10. Help me with these bags, please. 11. pen your books on page 10, please. 12. Don t worry about me. I m K. 13. What s wrong? Tell me all about it. Let s (not) + verb Όταν θέλουμε να προτείνουμε σε κάποιους να κάνουμε κάτι μαζί χρησιμοποιούμε το let s με κάποιο ρήμα. Στην άρνηση λέμε let s not + verb. Let s go! = Ας πάμε / Πάμε! Let s play! = Ας παίξουμε! Let s speak English now! = Ας μιλήσουμε αγγλικά τώρα! Let s not do this! = Ας μην το κάνουμε αυτό! 2. Choose and fill in with: Let s - Let s not + make stay go watch buy eat 1. We re hungry. Let s eat some pizza. 5. There is nothing on TV. Let s watch a DVD. 2. I m not well. Let s not go out tonight. 6. Grandma s not well. Let s buy her some 3. It s beautiful outside. Let s not stay in the house. flowers. 4. It s mum s birthday today. Let s make a cake. 3. Find and match. 1. It s very cold today. 2. I can t do this exercise. 3. Jenny is Australian. 4. The teacher is here. 5. We are very thirsty. 6. I can t play basketball. b d a f c e a. Speak English to her. b. Don t swim in the sea. c. Let s drink some water. d. Help me please. e. Let s play tennis then. f. Don t talk now. 8
9 The Verb BE (Present - Past - Future) Remember 2b The Verb BE (Present - Past - Future) Θυμήσου πώς σχηματίζεται το βοηθητικό ρήμα be (είμαι) στον Ενεστώτα, τον Αόριστο και το Μέλλοντα. Μελέτησε τους παρακάτω πίνακες: PRESENT (Ενεστώτας) PAST (Αόριστος) FUTURE (Μέλλοντας) AFFIRMATIVE I am / I m you are / you re he is / he s she is / she s it is / it s we are / we re you are / you re they are / they re I was you were he was she was it was we were you were they were I will / I ll be you will / you ll be he will / he ll be she will / she ll be it will / it ll be we will / we ll be you will / you ll be they will / they ll be INTERGATIVE am I, are you, is she? was I, were you, was she? will I be, will you be, will she be? NEGATIVE I m not, you aren t, he isn t I wasn t, you weren t, he wasn t I won t be, you won t be he won t be SHRT ANSWERS Yes, I am. / No, I m not. Yes, I was. / No, I wasn t. Yes, I will. / No, I won t. 1. Fill in with the verb be in Present, 2. Give short answers to the questions. Past or Future. 1. ur teacher was ill yesterday. 2. Is she on the phone now? 3. Dennis won t be (not) back in two hours. 4. Look! The cat is on the roof. 5. Were they in Athens last week? 6. I will be eleven years old next Friday. 7. They were late yesterday morning. 8. He wasn t (not) in his office an hour ago. 9. My parents aren t (not) here right now. 10. Will you be at work tomorrow? 11. Are the tourists at the museum? 12. Will your aunt be here on Sunday? 13. I wasn t (not) at home last night. 14. Wow! Tony s father is a pilot. 15. I will be in Paris next month Were you at school yesterday? - Yes, I was Is your mother Chinese? - No, she isn t Will dad be at home on Sunday? - Yes, he will Were you at Sam s party last night? - No, I wasn t / we weren t Is my book on the desk? - Yes, it is Will you be at the cinema tonight? - Yes, I / we will Was the baby ill yesterday? - Yes, he / she was Are you a good student? - No, I m not Will mum be at work tomorrow? - No, she won t Were the children quiet? - Yes, they were Are you and Tim in Mrs Cooper s class? - Yes, we are Will Ron be here tomorrow? - No, he won t Was I the last to arrive? - Yes, you were Is he the new maths teacher? - No, he isn t Will you be in London next week? - Yes, I / we will. 9
10 Remember 2c The Verb HAVE GT BE or HAVE GT The Verb HAVE GT (= έχω) Θυμήσου πώς σχηματίζεται το βοηθητικό ρήμα have got (έχω) στον Ενεστώτα. Affirmative I have / I ve got you have / you ve got he has / he s got she has / she s got it has / it s got we have / we ve got you have / you ve got they have / they ve got Interrogative have I got? have you got? has he got? has she got? has it got? have we got? have you got? have they got? Negative I haven t got you haven t got he hasn t got she hasn t got it hasn t got we haven t got you haven t got they haven t got Short Answers Για να δώσουμε μια σύντομη απάντηση σε ερώτηση με have got, βάζουμε Yes / No, την αντίστοιχη προσωπική αντωνυμία και το have(n t) / has(n t) χωρίς το got. - Have you got a red pen? - Yes, I have. / - No, I haven t. 1. Fill in with the correct form of have got. 2. Rewrite with the short forms of have got. hasn t got 1. I have got an old piano. I ve got an old piano. 1. Paul (not) a new CD player. 2. Meg and I have got a small flat. 3. Has she got a sports car? 4. Rex and Ken haven t got (not) a laptop. 5. Have we got any apple juice? 6. ur house hasn t got (not) four bedrooms. 7. He hasn t got (not) a black jacket. 8. Have you got a swimming pool? 3. Answer as in the example. 2. Phil has not got a bike. 3. We have got six dogs! 4. Anna has got a good job. 5. They have not got a car. 6. She has got two black cats. 7. You have not got a radio. 8. My dad has got blue eyes. No I haven t. I ve got a car Have you got a motorbike? (car) Has she got a dog? (cat) - No, she hasn t. She s got a cat Have they got a new house? (old house) - No, they haven t. They ve got an old house Has Alan got blue eyes? (green eyes) - No, he hasn t. He s got green eyes Has your house got a garden? (balcony) - No, it hasn t. It s got a balcony Have you got a sister? (brother) - No, I haven t. I ve got a brother. Phil hasn t got a bike. We ve got six dogs! Anna s got a good job. They haven t got a car. She s got two black cats. You haven t got a radio. My dad s got blue eyes. BE or HAVE GT? Προσοχή στο τρίτο ενικό (he, she, it) των ρημάτων BE και HAVE GT, γιατί οι τύποι μοιάζουν. Παρατήρησε τα παρακάτω παραδείγματα: He s an architect. (= He is...) BUT He s got a son. (= He has got...) She s here now. (= She is ) BUT She s got a new dress. (= She has got ) 4. Write the sentences in full form using is or has. 5. Find and write. ( s = is or s = has) He is twelve years old. s = has It has got four legs. s = is She has got long hair. s = has She is afraid of mice. s = is It is nice here in the winter. s = is He has got a red suitcase. s = has She is really hungry. s = has He has got two dogs. s = is 1. He s twelve years old. 2. It s got four legs. 3. She s got long hair. 4. She s afraid of mice. 5. It s nice here in the winter. 6. He s got a red suitcase. 7. She s really hungry. 8. He s got two dogs My dad s got brown hair. 2. Tom s a good student. 3. This cat s got green eyes. 4. Maria s a good friend. 5. Her mother s a teacher. 6. Ben s got a new CD player. 7. My mum s got an old car. 8. Christine s from France.
11 Question Words Remember 3a Question Words Οι question words (ερωτηματικές λέξεις) μπαίνουν στην αρχή των ερωτήσεων και τις χρησιμοποιούμε για να μάθουμε πληροφορίες σχετικές με: πρόσωπα ή πράγματα (who - whom - whose - what), τόπο (where), χρόνο (when), αιτία (why), τρόπο (how). Who? (Ποιος, -α, -οι, -ες;) Who(m)? (Ποιον, -α, -ους, -ες;) Whose? (Τίνος, Ποιανού;) Χρησιμοποιούνται μόνο για πρόσωπα και είναι ονομαστικής, αιτιατικής και γενικής πτώσης αντίστοιχα. - Who is this man? - It s the maths teacher. - Who(m) do you like? - Patricia. - Whose is this suitcase? - It s Kate s. 1. Choose and circle. 1. is his mother from? a. When b. Where c. Why 2. are you planning for the weekend? a. What b. Who c. Whose 3. are those blue boots? a. When b. Whose c. Why 4. old are Jill s parents? a. What b. When c. How 5. is their new English teacher? a. Who b. Why c. When 6. didn t mum cook dinner? a. How b. Who c. Why 7. will you go on holiday? a. Who b. Where c. What 8. is this motorbike? a. Whose b. Who c. When 9. did you invite to the party? a. Whose b. What c. Who 10. is the capital of Scotland? a. What b. How c. When 2. What? (Τί;) Χρησιμοποιείται για ζώα ή πράγματα. - What s this / that? - It s a rabbit. Where? (Πού;) - Where are my glasses? - n the table. When? (Πότε;) - When is he coming back? - n Monday. Why? (Γιατί;) - Why is he sleeping? - Because he s tired. How? (Πώς;) - How are you? - I m fine, thanks. Match the answers to the questions. d 1. - Who called you? a. - In the fridge When did he leave? c b. - A toy Why are you here? h c. - n Friday Whose laptop is this? e d. - Samuel Where is the milk? a e. - It s Mona s Who(m) did he see? g f. - It was fantastic How was the party? f g. - Roberta What s in the box? b h. - I want to talk to you. 3. Fill in with the correct question word. why - how - what - whose - who - where - when Who 1. is Liz talking to? 2. Where did you go yesterday? 3. Why are you asking me about this? 4. Whose car is this? 5. What are you doing tomorrow? 6. How many apples do you want? 7. When are they coming? 4. Write the questions for these answers, using the word given What s your name? (name) - My name is Jill How do you feel? (feel) - I feel sick Who is that woman? (woman) - She s my sister Where is the post office? (post office) - pposite the bank Whose are these / those jeans? (jeans) - They re mine. 11
12 Remember 3b Possessive Adjectives & Pronouns Possessive Adjectives & Pronouns Για να δηλώσουμε σε ποιον ανήκει κάτι βάζουμε ένα possessive adjective (κτητικό επίθετο) πριν από το ουσιαστικό. Προσέχουμε ότι δε χρησιμοποιούμε άρθρο μαζί με τα κτητικά επίθετα. The Her daughter is very tall. The His name is David. Οι possessive pronouns (κτητικές αντωνυμίες) δείχνουν και αυτές σε ποιον ανήκει κάτι, αλλά χρησιμοποιούνται στη θέση του κτητικού επιθέτου και του ουσιαστικού, έτσι ώστε αυτό να μην επαναληφθεί. Πρόσεξε τα παρακάτω παραδείγματα: - Is this her notebook? - Yes, it s hers. - Are these your boots? - Yes, they re mine. Possessive Adjectives my (μου) your (σου) his (του) her (της) its (του) our (μας) your (σας) their (τους) Possessive Pronouns mine (δικός μου) yours (δικός σου) his (δικός του) hers (δικός της) - ours (δικός μας) yours (δικός σας) theirs (δικός τους) Βλέπουμε, λοιπόν, ότι δεν ακολουθεί ποτέ κάποιο ουσιαστικό, όταν χρησιμοποιούμε τις possessive pronouns γιατί αυτό εννοείται. Αντίθετα, μετά από τα possessive adjectives πάντα υπάρχει και κάποιο ουσιαστικό που προσδιορίζεται από αυτά. This is my hat. It s mine. 1. Fill in with the possessive adjectives or pronouns Is this your jacket? - No, it isn t mine Are these his sisters? - Yes, they re his Are those their children? - Yes, they re theirs. 4. Molly and I have got a pet. It s ours. 5. This isn t my bag. Mine is the blue one Are these your hamburgers? - No, they aren t ours Is this Sally s bike? - Yes, it s hers. 8. This isn t their car. Theirs is the black one. 9. This isn t our laptop. urs is pink. 10. That is my aunt. Her name is Helen. 2. Choose and circle. 1. They ve got a cat. Their / Theirs cat is cute. 2. He s got a green pen. My / Mine pen is red Is this her pencil? - Yes, it s her / hers. 4. Are they yours / your parents? 5. His book is great. Hers / Her isn t so interesting. 6. They ve got a new flat. Their / Theirs flat is big Are these your boots? - Yes, they re my / mine. 8. Is Robert ours / our new classmate? 9. - Are these glasses your / yours? - No, they re dad s Is this the baby s toy? - No mum, it s my / mine. 3. Choose and circle. 1. What are those people saying? I can t hear. a. they b. their c. them 2. My brother is sick. He isn t coming with. a. us b. we c. ours 3. Your house is next to! a. mine b. my c. me 4. This laptop belongs to Eva. The TV is also. a. her b. hers c. she 5. Ben is leaving. Is he taking car? a. he b. him c. his 6. Some of these books are mine and some are. a. yours b. your c. you 7. Why doesn t anyone here want to play with? a. I b. mine c. me 8. This can t be Mary s diary. never leaves it open. a. She b. Hers c. Her 9. ur parrot can t talk but can sing! a. its b. it c. our 10. There goes Sarah. Can t you see? a. hers b. she c. her 12
13 Possessive Case Remember 3c Possessive Case 1. Όταν βάζουμε s στα κύρια ονόματα και ακολουθεί ουσιαστικό, δηλώνουμε σε ποιον ανήκει το ουσιαστικό. This is Tom s room. = Αυτό είναι του Tom το δωμάτιο. Το ίδιο γίνεται και με ουσιαστικά που περιγράφουν πρόσωπα ή ζώα. π.χ. the boy s bike = του αγοριού το ποδήλατο, my dog s toys = του σκύλου μου τα παιχνίδια, κτλ. 2. Αν όμως έχουμε ουσιαστικό σε πληθυντικό με κατάληξη -s, (π.χ. boys, dogs) και θέλουμε να μιλήσουμε για κάτι που τους ανήκει, βάζουμε ΜΟΝΟ την απόστροφο ΧΩΡΙΣ το s. π.χ. the boys bikes = των αγοριών τα ποδήλατα, my dogs toys = των σκύλων μου τα παιχνίδια, κτλ. ΑΛΛΑ: σε ανώμαλους πληθυντικούς χωρίς κατάληξη -s, ισχύει ο πρώτος κανόνας, π.χ. the children s books. 3. Όταν θέλουμε να πούμε ότι κάτι ανήκει σε ΔΥΟ πρόσωπα, βάζουμε s μόνο στο ΔΕΥΤΕΡΟ πρόσωπο. This is Mary and John s house. = Αυτό είναι το σπίτι της Mary και του John. (το σπίτι ανήκει και στους ΔΥΟ) 4. Όταν όμως μιλάμε για πράγματα που ανήκουν σε δύο πρόσωπα και όπου το ΚΑΘΕ πρόσωπο έχει το ΔΙΚΟ ΤΟΥ, βάζουμε s ΚΑΙ ΣΤΑ ΔΥΟ πρόσωπα. These are Mary s and John s cars. = Αυτά είναι τα αυτοκίνητα της Mary και του John. (ο καθένας έχει από ένα αυτοκίνητο) ΠΡΟΣΕΞΕ να μη μπερδεύεις το s της Γενικής Κτητικής με το s = is ή το s = has. This is John s room. John s ten years old. ( s = is) John s got a cat. ( s = has) 1. Find and match Are these your jackets? 2. - Are the red shoes Mary s? 3. - Is this notebook mine? 4. - Is it Tom s ball? 5. - Is that Jim and Ted s cat? 6. - Is it Julie s car? 7. - Are these George s clothes? 8. - Are these your parents coats? d g e b c a h f a. - Yes, it s hers. b. - Yes, it s his. c. - Yes, it s theirs. d. - No, they re not ours. e. - No, it isn t yours. f. - Yes, they are theirs. g. - Yes, they re hers. h. - No, they aren t his. 2. Fill in with the possessive case of the nouns with one or two s or. Dave and Ned s 1. Dave and Ned have got a big sister. This is big sister. 2. Dad has got a brother and mum has got a brother too. These are dad s and mum s brothers. 3. My brothers and sisters live on the same farm together. This is my brothers and sisters farm. 4. Bob has got a dog and Tony has got a dog. Those are Bob s and Tony s dogs. 5. Mr Black and his wife have got a flower shop. This is Mr Black and his wife s flower shop. 6. My uncle and aunt have got horses and sheep. Look at my uncle and aunt s animals. 7. The boys have got great toys. The girls have got great toys too. I really like the boys and girls toys. 3. Fill in with s = is, s = has or P.C. (possessive case). is P.C. has 1. The cat s drinking some milk. s = 2. This is John s house. s = 3. Mum s got a new hat. s = 4. Tim s got a new bike. s = 5. Amy s doll is new. s = has P.C. 6. My mother s cooking a delicious meal. s = 7. These are Julie s trainers. s = 8. Andrew s got a difficult problem. s = 9. Mark s motorcycle is orange. s = 10. My brother s playing with the dog. s = is P.C. has P.C. is 13
14 Lesson 1 Everyday life in Switzerland 1. Listen, repeat and learn. (CD 1, track 1) (CD 1, track 1) 1. Switzerland Ελβετία 2. Swiss ελβετικός / Ελβετός 3. come from κατάγομαι, προέρχομαι από 4. village χωριό 5. chalet σαλέ, ξύλινο σπίτι σε ύπαιθρο 6. outside έξω από 7. walk down κατηφορίζω, κατεβαίνω περπατώντας 8. mountain βουνό 9. cow αγελάδα 10. sleigh έλκηθρο 11. favourite αγαπημένος 12. around γύρω από 13. scenery τοπίο 14. wild άγριος 15. everywhere παντού 16. lake λίμνη 17. climb κάνω ορειβασία / σκαρφαλώνω 18. shine λάμπω 19. the Swiss οι Ελβετοί 20. famous διάσημος 21. write back απαντώ (σε γράμμα) PHRASES let me tell you from all over the world friend 2. Choose and fill in. 3. Choose and circle. a. around write back walk down lake outside come from 1. Let s go and sit by the lake. It s a beautiful, hot day. 2. Please write back soon and tell me about your trip. 3. Listen to that noise. There is someone outside our house. 4. We jog around the park every evening. 5. Liz and Philip come from France but they speak Greek very well. 6. Heidi and her brothers walk down the mountain to go to school. b. climbing Swiss chalet scenery shining mountains 1. Where do you want to go on holiday? Τhe mountains or the sea? 2. It s cold outside but the sun is shining. 3. The scenery around my house is beautiful. 4. Look! Your cat is climbing the tall tree next door. 5. My grandparents live in a beautiful chalet in Sweden. 6. The Swiss are very warm and friendly people. επίτρεψέ μου να σου πω από όλο τον κόσμο φίλος μέσω 1. My pop singer is Sakis Rouvas. He is amazing! a. outside b. favourite c. wild 2. People visit my country from the world. a. all over b. outside c. everywhere 3. Bears and wolves live in the forest. They are animals. a. Swiss b. outside c. wild 4. Chris comes from. a. Swiss b. the Swiss c. Switzerland 5. We drink fresh milk from our every day. a. mountains b. cows c. scenery 6. Santa Claus comes on his and gives us presents. a. chalet b. sleigh c. cow 7. My sister is a singer. A lot of people know her. a. wild b. famous c. shine 8. you the news before we start. a. Let me tell b. Walk down c. Come from 9. Gary lives in a small outside the city. a. village b. sleigh c. Switzerland 10. Look! There is snow. a. everywhere b. chalet c. mountain 14
15 4a. Listen and read. (CD 1, track 2) (CD 1, track 2) Heidi s to Jonathan is about her family and her life in a beautiful village in the Swiss mountains. Heidi Jonathan Hi Jonathan! My name s Heidi and I come from a small village in the mountains in Switzerland. I m 12 years old and I live with my mum and dad and my two brothers in a big old chalet outside my village, Verzine. Let me tell you a little about my everyday life and my country. Every day, I go to school in Verzine and I have a lot of friends there. In spring, I walk down the mountain. It s wonderful then. There are lots of flowers and cows and sheep. In winter, I ski or take my sleigh! It s great! I love skiing. It s my favourite hobby. The summer is beautiful too. I often walk in the mountains around my home then. The scenery is fantastic with all the beautiful flowers and the little wild animals around. My country, Switzerland, is a small country in the centre of Europe. There are mountains everywhere and a lot of lakes too. People come from all over the world to walk, climb and, of course, to ski. It snows a lot in winter, but in summer, the sun usually shines and the sky is very blue. The Swiss make great chocolate too! We are famous for it! Please be my friend and write back soon! 4b. Read and tick (P) or cross (). 4c. Read and circle. 1. Heidi comes from a big village. 2. Her home is in Switzerland. 3. Heidi has got three brothers. 4. She lives in a big old apartment. 5. In winter, she takes her sleigh. 6. Switzerland is in northern Europe. 7. It has a lot of lakes and mountains. 8. People come to swim and relax. P P P 1. Heidi lives with her outside Verzine. a. sisters b. grandparents c. family 2. Heidi walks down the mountain in. a. winter b. spring c. summer 3. Heidi s favourite hobby is. a. skiing b. walking c. climbing 4. Switzerland is a in the centre of Europe. a. country b. mountain c. lake 5. The Swiss are famous for their. a. sleighs b. chocolate c. skis 15
16 Grammar Theory Present Simple: Affirmative, Interrogative & Negative Present Simple (Ενεστώτας Απλός) - Κατάφαση Ο Present Simple σχηματίζεται στην κατάφαση βάζοντας το βασικό τύπο του ρήματος μετά από κάθε πρόσωπο. Πρόσεξε ότι στα πρόσωπα he / she / it προσθέτουμε ένα -s στην κατάληξη του ρήματος. I play you play he plays she plays it plays we play you play they play Spelling Rules (Κανόνες Ορθογραφίας) Στα ρήματα που τελειώνουν σε: -ss /-sh /-ch /-x /-o βάζουμε την κατάληξη -es στα πρόσωπα he, she, it. I watch he / she / it watches - I dress he / she / (it) dresses I go he / she / it goes - I do he / she / it does Όταν το ρήμα τελειώνει σε σύμφωνο + y, τότε βγάζουμε το -y και στη θέση του βάζουμε την κατάληξη -ies. I study he / she / (it) studies - you cry he / she / it cries we carry he / she / it carries - they tidy he / she / (it) tidies Αν όμως υπάρχει φωνήεν πριν το -y, τότε ακολουθούμε τον πρώτο κανόνα και βάζουμε την κατάληξη -s. I play he / she / it plays (και όχι plaies) Προσοχή: Στο ρήμα have (= έχω ή τρώω ή πίνω) όπου στα he / she / it βάζουμε has και όχι haves. Present Simple (Ενεστώτας Απλός) - Ερώτηση & Άρνηση Ο χρόνος αυτός σχηματίζεται στην ερώτηση και την άρνηση με το βοηθητικό ρήμα do, το οποίο εδώ δε σημαίνει κάνω και δε μεταφράζεται. Πρόσεξε ότι τόσο στην ερώτηση, όσο και στην άρνηση δε βάζουμε πλέον στο ρήμα τις καταλήξεις -s, -es και -ies της κατάφασης στα πρόσωπα he / she / it. - Does he wash? (και όχι does he washes?) INTERRGATIVE NEGATIVE do I play? do you play? does he play? does she play? does it play? do we play? do you play? do they play? AFFIRMATIVE I watch you watch he watches she watches it watches we watch you watch they watch I study you study he studies she studies it studies we study you study they study I don t play you don t play he doesn t play she doesn t play it doesn t play we don t play you don t play they don t play - He doesn t carry. (και όχι he doesn t carries) Στον ολόκληρο τύπο της άρνησης, βάζουμε: do not (= don t) και does not (= doesn t). Short Answers Σχηματίζουμε τις σύντομες απαντήσεις του Present Simple με Yes / No, την αντίστοιχη προσωπική αντωνυμία και do / don t ή does / doesn t. - Do you like milk? - Yes, I do. / - No, I don t. - Does Tim play tennis? - Yes, he does. / - No, he doesn t. Use Ο Present Simple χρησιμοποιείται για συνήθειες που έχουμε και δείχνει ότι κάνουμε κάτι που επαναλαμβάνεται. Adverbs of Frequency Τα λεγόμενα adverbs of frequency (επιρρήματα συχνότητας) δείχνουν πόσο συχνά κάνουμε κάτι και συνοδεύουν τον Present Simple: sometimes = μερικές φορές, usually = συνήθως, often = συχνά, always = πάντα, never = ποτέ Τα επιρρήματα συχνότητας μπαίνουν ΠΡΙΝ το κύριο ρήμα στον Present Simple. I sometimes wake up early. He often plays tennis. / She never watches TV. Εξαίρεση: Τα επιρρήματα συχνότητας μπαίνουν ΜΕΤΑ τα βοηθητικά ρήματα. He is often late. You must always brush your teeth twice a day. Key Words / Phrases Οι παρακάτω χρονικές εκφράσεις δείχνουν κάθε πότε κάνουμε κάτι και συνοδεύουν τον Present Simple. every day / week / month / year once / twice / three times a week / a month / a year in the morning / afternoon / evening, in (the) summer in January / March / August, on Mondays / Tuesdays on Wednesday afternoons / on Friday evenings at night / Christmas / Easter, at noon / midnight / ten o clock at the weekend / at weekends Τέτοιες εκφράσεις μπαίνουν είτε στην αρχή, είτε στο τέλος των προτάσεων, π.χ. I go to school every day. At weekends we meet our friends in the park. Ρωτάμε πόσο συχνά γίνεται κάτι χρησιμοποιώντας το How often? How often do you travel abroad? 16
17 1. Choose and fill in. 2. Fill in with the Present Simple. 1. My brother always drives very fast. (-s, - es or - ies?) cries (drive / drives) 2. Maria and Lisa often work at weekends. (works / work) 3. My dad usually sleeps in the afternoon. (sleeps / sleep) 4. Ron and I never eat pizza for breakfast. (eat / eats) 5. You sometimes come home very late. (comes / come) 6. A cat usually lives for years. (live / lives) 1. ur little baby sister often (cry) at night. 2. My cousin plays (play) computer games at weekends. 3. Jane watches (watch) DVDs with her friends on Fridays. 4. He never takes (take) his dog to the park in the evening. 5. Poppy often washes (wash) her car on Sunday morning. 6. Mr Fox s son always studies (study) in his room at night. 3. Fill in with the Present Simple. (P -? - ) 1. P The teachers (arrive) at school at 8:00.? Do the teachers arrive at school at 8:00? The teachers don t arrive at school at 8: P Mum always tidies (tidy) the kitchen after lunch.? Does mum always tidy the kitchen after lunch? Mum doesn t always tidy the kitchen after lunch. 3. P You and your cousin play (play) tennis in summer.? Do you and your cousin play tennis in summer? You and your cousin don t play tennis in summer. 4. P Tim s father starts (start) work at 9:00 every day.? Does Tim s father start work at 9:00 every day? arrive Tim s father doesn t start work at 9:00 every day. 4. Choose and circle. 1. Jim to England in the winter. a. never travels b. travels never 2. Mum and dad DVDs at weekends. a. often watch b. watch often 3. Sandra sleepy in the morning. a. usually is b. is usually 4. Fred his garage on Sundays. a. tidies sometimes b. sometimes tidies 5. Robert and Kaitlin late for the bus. a. are never b. never are 6. I very hungry in the morning. a. sometimes am b. am sometimes 5. Choose and circle. I ve got a lovely big white dog. His name s Zack. ne of his eyes is blue and one is brown! He 1 loves / love me a lot and I 2 loves / love him too. He 3 live / lives with us in our village but he 4 doesn t / don t come inside the house. He always 5 sleep / sleeps outside my front door and he only 6 wakes up / wake up when I 7 gives / give him his breakfast. He s lazy but very cute too. He 8 like / doesn t like to run so I 9 doesn t / don t often take him to the park with me. I usually 10 play / plays with him in the garden. In the winter, every time it 11 snows / snow, he 12 sit / sits outside in his little house with my four cats! They are very good friends! Isn t that funny? 17
18 6. Rewrite with the adverbs of frequency. 1. I go to school by bus. (always) I always go to school by bus. 2. My parents sleep late. My parents often sleep late. (often) 7. Fill in with the Present Simple. (P -? - ) 1. Dad Jill swims in summer. Jill usually swims in summer. (sometimes) (usually) 5. Sam is bored with maths. Sam is never bored with maths. (never) 2. Does 3. Do 5. Do 6. Does 7. Do 8. Do (Mary / jog) every day? live (live) in Australia. do you do (you / do) at weekends? 5. Sheep don t eat (not eat) meat. 6. It 7. Why snows (snow) a lot in Canada. does Ned speak 8. Kim and I don t see 9. My baby brother No, I/we don t. Yes, she does. your mum drink a lot of coffee? P No, they don t. they often go to the cinema? Yes, she does. Helen travel to Greece in winter? P Yes, I / we do. you go to school on Mondays? P No, he doesn t. your brother ride a motorbike? Tim and Sam like history? P Yes, they do. No, they don t. Bill s brothers speak German? you always get up at 7:00? 4. Does (not have) much free time. 4. What 8. Fill in with Do / Does and give short answers. Do Does Mary jog 3. My cousins 3. ur neighbours are noisy. ur neighbours are sometimes noisy. 1. doesn t have (Ned / speak) so loudly? (not see) each other often. cries (cry) all the time. 9. Choose and circle. 1. My parents don t / doesn t work on Saturdays. 2. Kevin usually studys / studies hard. 3. Do / Does the kids like vegetables? 4. My sister and I often go / goes out together. 5. ur neighbours has / have a brand-new car. 6. Mrs White teach / teaches geography. 7. Sue doesn t fly / flies to Paris every week. 10. Fill in Heidi s diary with the Present Simple. Dear diary, life here in my village. Today, I would like to write about my everyday 2 (make) makes e up) early. My mum 1 up e (wak wak morning I Every (walk) to school. My mum walk 3 we then and s her brot my and t for me breakfas 5 (stay) at home and stays lly usua She us. with e) com 4 e (not com sn t doe the housework most of the day. 8 (stay) at school and stay 7 go) home at noon. I always go (not t don I 10 play n, we sometimes The tes. sma clas my with h lunc 9 e) e (hav hav 11 (ski) at weekends and in summer ski lly usua we er, wint In. games together (play) 13 doesn t like the mountains. He in s walk for me ) 12 s (take take often my dad ing the day and neither do I. (not like) to stay in the house dur (love) my life here! love I real ly does (do)
19 Lesson 2 A letter from Finland 1. Listen, repeat and learn. (CD 1, track 3) (CD 1, track 4) 1. Finland Φινλανδία 2. wooden ξύλινος 3. beside δίπλα, πλάι σε 4. forest δάσος 5. exciting συναρπαστικός 6. special ειδικός / ιδιαίτερος 7. reindeer τάρανδος 8. Lapland Λαπωνία 9. huge τεράστιος 10. post office ταχυδρομείο 11. sauna σάουνα 12. Finn Φινλανδός 13. ice-cold παγωμένος 14. bright λαμπερός, φωτεινός 15. kind είδος 16. fantastic φανταστικός 17. north βοράς 18. colourful πολύχρωμος 19. thousands χιλιάδες 20. millions εκατομμύρια PHRASES have fun περνάω καλά save the best thing for last φυλάω το καλύτερο για το τέλος the Northern Lights το Βόρειο Σέλας I can t wait ανυπομονώ 2. Choose and fill in. 3. Choose and circle. a. special wooden post office ice-cold colourful north 1. Jan comes from Finland. He s a. a. Finn b. kind c. north 1. This wooden armchair is my grandfather s. 2. ur garden is full of colourful flowers in the spring. 3. Your birthday is a very special day. 4. Finland is a country in the north of Europe. 5. Can you take my letter to the post office, please? 6. This lake is ice-cold! You can t swim in it. b. huge sauna bright kind reindeer thousands 1. What is that bright light in the sky? 2. Thousands of tourists visit our country every summer. 3. The elephant is a huge animal. 4. I have a sauna every week. It s very relaxing. 5. Santa Claus and his reindeer bring us presents. 6. What is your favourite kind of holiday? 2. of people live in Athens. a. Millions b. Reindeer c. Saunas 3. That s a film. You must watch it. a. fantastic b. wooden c. bright 4. Let s go out and have some! a. forest b. fun c. kind 5. We had a very weekend in New York. a. huge b. exciting c. wooden 6. There are a lot of wild animals in this. a. forest b. kind c. north 7. Santa Claus lives in. a. post b. the Northern c. Lapland office Lights 8. Tina s house is the sea. a. beside b. ice-cold c. sauna 9. We re going to Paris next month. I can t! a. have b. save c. wait 10. is a country with a lot of lakes and forests. a. Northern b. Finland c. Finn 19
20 4a. Listen and read. (CD 1, track 4) (CD 1, track 5) Maria is having a wonderful time in Finland and is writing to her friend Lisa about it. Dear Lisa, I m sending you this letter from Finland. I m spending a week here with my friends from London. I always have fun with them! We re staying in a lovely wooden chalet beside a big lake in a forest. Finland has hundreds of lakes, you know. It s amazing! There are so many interesting and exciting things to do. It s a very special country. It s the home of Santa Claus and his reindeer, of course. Tomorrow, we are visiting them in Lapland. There is a huge park and Santa has his post office there and lots of reindeer. We are also going for a sauna. All the Finns love to do this. First, they sit in the hot sauna and then they go and swim in an ice-cold lake! Brrrr! Can you believe it? But I am saving the best thing for last! Do you know about the Northern Lights? They are wonderful bright lights you can see in the sky with all kinds of fantastic colours. We are driving up north to see them on Thursday. I can t wait. I m taking plenty of photos to show you when I come home. I m flying back home on Sunday and I m a little sad about that. See you soon! Love, Maria. 4b. Read and tick (P) or cross (). 1. Maria s spending a weekend in Finland. 2. She s with her cousins from London. 3. They re staying by a big lake. 4. Lapland is the home of Santa Claus. 5. Santa has got a lot of deer. 6. The Finns don t like saunas very much. 7. The Northern Lights are very colourful. 8. Maria is driving to see them on Tuesday. 9. She is taking plenty of pictures. P P P P 4c. Read and circle. 1. Maria is staying in a chalet in the. a. mountains b. forest c. city 2. There are of lakes in Finland. a. hundreds b. thousands c. millions 3. Santa has his own in Lapland. a. park b. post office c. sauna 4. The Finns love to in ice-cold lakes. a. fish b. sit c. swim 5. The Northern lights are very. a. ice-cold b. hot c. bright 6. Maria is back home on Sunday. a. flying b. swimming c. driving 20
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