Афанасьева, Михеева, 7, 3 год обучения. Учебник. Unit 1. Step 2

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Say what they could and couldn’t do in the Middle Ages.
1. They could write and read books.
2. They couldn’t fly planes.
3. They couldn’t watch television.
4. They couldn’t travel by train.
5. They could ride horses.
6. They could travel by sea.
7. They couldn’t drive cars.
8. They couldn’t ride bikes.
9. They couldn’t play computer games.
10. They could make houses and castles.
11. They could cook food in the kitchen.
12. They couldn’t listen to the tape recorders.
13. They could play chess.
14. They couldn’t speak on the telephone.
15. They couldn’t eat cheeseburgers and drink Coke.
Read the sentences in a) present; b) past
2. My brother Tom thinks he can speak French.
3. I know that the Greens live in Scotland.
11. I always get up early in the morning.
1. When Jane was in St Petersburg, she visited a lot of museums.
4. Andrew taught me to count when I was little.
5. Boris knew Helen’s telephone number.
6. In January Alice thought a lot about her summer holidays.
8. The children rode on their bikes in the park.
9. In summer the children ran a lot and played with a ball.
10. Willy came home late.
12. James spent last summer in July.
14. Bob drove to the country in his car.
Read Yura’s diary again. Say true or false.
True — 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 12, 15
False — 1, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11, 13, 14
Complete these sentences with the new words.
1. We had a lot of fun at Mike’s party yesterday.
2. My trip from London to Brighton wasn’t long.
3. I hated my summer holidays, I think they were terrible.
4. When do English pupils go back to school after holidays?
5. The weather is bad and I’d like to stay at home.
6. Look, it’s raining again!
7. Who taught you to play chess?
8. I like playing with a ball on the beach.
9. I thought about you when I was in London.
10. I have a diary and write in it about my family, school and friends.
11. I can’t walk, there’s sand in my shoes.
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