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Travelling and Transport

Travelling and Transport

Unit 31

Ex.8, p.7

  • To travel – travelled
  • A traveller
  • To travel by car
  • To travel by train
  • To travel by plane
  • To travel to the North
  • To travel about the country

  • To go by train
  • To go by plane
  • to go by bus
  • To go by car
  • To go by underground
  • To go on foot

  • To stay – stayed
  • To stay at the hotel
  • To stay with parents/friends
  • To stay for a week
  • A railway station – railway stations
  • To get to the railway station by taxi

  • At the seaside
  • To spend holidays at the seaside
  • To go to the seaside
  • Cheap
  • expensive

How do you like to travel?

How do you like to travel?

How long does it take you to get to the railway station?

Have you ever been at the seaside? When did you go to the seaside?

Where did you stay when you were at the seaside?

Lesson 32

Ex.10, p.14

  • To cry – cried (crying)
  • To cry for help
  • An airport
  • At the airport
  • To go to the airport
  • A ticket
  • A ticket to London
  • a ticket for a London train
  • Luggage
  • A lot of luggage
  • Little luggage
  • A fast train
  • Fast food
  • To walk fast
  • To speak fast

  • Do you often travel?
  • When did you travel last?
  • How did you travel – by car, by bus, by train or by plane?

  • Have you ever flown by plane?
  • When was it?
  • Where did you fly?

  • How long does it take you to get to the nearest airport ?

  • Have you ever bought tickets for a plane or for a train?
  • Were the tickets expensive or cheap?

  • Have you ever travelled by fast train?
  • Where and when did you travel by train?
  • With whom did you travel?

  • Do you like to travel by plane or by train? Why?
  • What do people usually do when they are on the plane (on the train, on the bus)?

Why do many people enjoy travelling by car?

Do you enjoy travelling on foot? Why?

Do you travel with a lot of luggage or little luggage? Must we take care of our luggage when we travel? Why?

  • What is the fastest method of travelling?
  • What is the most comfortable method of travelling?
  • Where would you like to travel next summer?

Lesson 33 -34

Ex.9, p.22

  • Kind – kinder – the kindest
  • To be kind to sb.
  • It is kind of you to help us.
  • A voice
  • A loud voice
  • To speak in a loud voice
  • To speak in a quiet voice
  • Sad – sadder – the saddest
  • To speak in a sad voice
  • To look sad

  • To shake – shook – shaken
  • To shake a head
  • To shake hands with sb.
  • To shake apples from the tree
  • To shake a man by the shoulders
  • To explain – explained
  • To explain sth. to smb.
  • A straight street (road)
  • A straight line
  • To go straight
  • To walk straight

  • Ugly – not beautiful
  • Ugly – uglier – the ugliest
  • An ugly old witch
  • To forget – forgot – forgotten
  • To forget to do sth.

Travelling and transport

Lesson 34

Ex.9, p.31

  • A plate
  • On the plate
  • To arrive in England
  • To arrive in a big city
  • To arrive at a small town
  • To arrive at the airport
  • To arrive at the railway station
  • To arrive at the hotel

  • To feel – felt (2)
  • To feel well
  • To feel fine
  • To feel hungry
  • To feel like doing sth.
  • I feel like going to the theatre tonight.
  • Do you feel like watching a football match? – No, I don’t. I feel like reading a book now.

  • Weak – not strong
  • Weak – weaker – the weakest
  • A weak smile
  • to speak in a weak voice
  • To feel weak
  • Strong - stronger – the strongest
  • Silver
  • A silver plate (cup)
  • Silver skates
  • Perhaps
  • Nearly
  • It is nearly midnight.
  • I nearly forgot your birthday.
  • It’s nearly time to start.

Lesson 34

Ex.9, p.39

  • A journey – journeys
  • A journey lasting three days
  • a three-day journey
  • To go on a journey
  • A voyage – voyages
  • To go on a voyage
  • A trip
  • To go on a trip
  • A ship – ships
  • On board the ship
  • To travel by ship
  • A passenger – passengers
  • Were there many passengers on board the ship?

  • A wind – winds
  • A strong wind
  • To blow – blew – blown
  • A strong wind is blowing.
  • To change – changed
  • To change clothes
  • To change plans
  • To change trains
  • Through
  • A through train

  • A tired face
  • A tired look
  • To be tired of sth.
  • I am tired of this loud music.
  • To look tired
  • To miss – missed
  • To miss a bus
  • To miss a train
  • To catch – caught (2)
  • To catch a bus
  • To catch a plane

How do you usually get to school?

What means of transport do you prefer? Why?

Do you enjoy walking (riding a bicycle)?Why?