Section 2. Meeting new friends - Биболетова, Денисенко, Трубанева 6 класс (ответы)

6. a) Write the questions  to Peter's answers

Example: Where ___ ? - I went to Spain. - Where did you go?

1. Who did you go to Spain with? - With my parents and younger sister

2. How did you go? - Bu car

3. How long did you stay there for? - Two weeks

4. What did you do in Spain? - We went sihgtseeing and swim ming in the sea

5. Did you play tennis? - No, I didn't

6. What did you buy in Spain? - Nice handmade souvenirs for my cousins

7. Did you enjoy your trip? / You enjoyed your trip, didn't you? - Yes. It was exciting

b) Write about Peter's holidays

Last summer Peter went to Spain. He went there with his parents and his younger sister. They went there by car. They stayed in Spain for two weeks. Peter went sihgtseeing and swam in the sea but he didn't play tennis there. He bought some nice handmade souvenirs for his cousins. Peter enjoyed his trip to Spain!



7. Complete the sentences. Put the verbs into the Present Perfect or the Past Simple

1. A: Have you ever been to Ireland?

B: No, I haven't. But my elder brother went there last summer

A: What did he do their?

B: He studied English in Dublin

A: Did he like the country?

B: Yes, he liked Ireland. The country is wonderful

2. A: Hello! Nice to see you again! Where did you go in the summer?

B: Hi! Nice to see you again! I took part in a cycling trip to Like Seliger in August

A: Wow. I have never been there. Did you enjoy the trip?

B: Yes, I did. It was really exciting but difficult. We cycled 15 kilometres a day with a heavy rucksuck

A: Where did you sleep?

B: In tens

A: I see. And what's the lake like?

B: Oh, it was beautiful. I have never seen such a lake before


8. Complete the text

Use: by, the other hand, around the world, crossed, adventures, came true, valleys, famous

In 1873, a well-known French writer Jules Verne published a novel about two rtavellers: Mr Foggs and Passepartout, his servant. It is one of his most famous books.

The story started in London on October 2, 1872. Mr Foggs, a rich English gentlemen, decided to travel around the world in 80 days with his servant. Their travel was full of adventures. Mr Foggs and Passepartout visited 6 countries, crossed 4 seas and 2 oceans. They travelled by trains and ships, rode elephants, and even travelled on a sledge. They went to places which tourists had never visited before. They saw high mountains and hills, green forests and beautiful valleys with rivers. One the one hand, their journey was exciting and interesting but, on the other hand, it was difficult and dangerous.

Mr Fogg's plan came true. He and Passepartout retutned to London in 80 days



9. Look at the picture. Complete the sentences

I made thes photo last summer. I spent my summer holidays in the country.

Look at the photo. You can see my friend there.

Roman and Grisha are fling the kite.

Tanya is picking the flowers.

We had lots of fun last summer.

We often played football, rode our bikes, swam in the lake and sunbathed.

Sometimes we went fishing.

In the evening, we played board games and listened to music.

I enjoyed my summer holidays. We had a great summer!


10. Complete the questions with tage endins

Example: F. Drake sailed around the world in 1580, ...? - F. Drake sailed around the world in 1580, wasn't he?

1. Wales is famous for its green hills and beautiful valleys, isn't it?

2. The boys didn't take part in the cycling trip last summer, did they?

3. You are going to send SMS to Olivia, aren't you?

4. Emily wants to become a journalist, doesn't she?

5. The participants won't plant the trees during the trip, wiil they?

6. Jim has already got his participant badge, hasn't he?

7. We can join the students, can't we?


11. Complete the text: make the word in capitals suitable for filling in the blank space

Three friends decided to run 184 miles along the Times.

They started their journey from the source of the most famous English river.

The weather was fine when they took the first photo of the river. Their marathon began. The Thames was quiet and narrow. The friends passed nice villages and small towns, which tourists very rarely visit. During the trip, the runners did not sleep in tents, they stopped at hotels.

Then, closer to London, the river changed its character - it became wider.

There were lots of boats and ships on the Thames. On the seventh day, the runners got to London and jogged though the centre of the city. Finally, the runners got to the Thames Barrier, which lets the river into the sea. Their marathon was over.

"We have done it! We are tired but happy. Next year we will run along the Severn, which is longer than the Thames," one of the runners wrote in his Facebook.

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