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Happy House

I Can Read English!

Book 2

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W: Unit 1. My Day


B: I get up at seven o’clock on school days. I eat lunch at noon. After lunch, I
play basketball with my friends. Basketball is my favorite sport. I go home at
three o’clock. I do my homework until five o’clock. At five o’clock, I take a n
ap. At eight o’clock, I play basketball again. Not real basketball. I play com
puter basketball. My friends call me ‘Basketball Boy.’ But my real name is St
even.

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M: p. 8
     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and check.
M: a. Three o’clock. Three o’clock.
   b. Five o’clock. Five o’clock.


W: B. Listen and number the pictures.
B: Number one. I get up at seven. I get up at seven.
    Number two. I go home at three. I go home at three.
   Number three. I eat lunch at noon. I eat lunch at noon.


W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. I play computer basketball at three o’clock.
     b. At five o’clock, I take a nap.
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W: p. 10


M: Unit 2. Firefighters


M: What do firefighters do? They fight fires, of course. They run into burning
buildings and save people. They have very dangerous jobs. But that’s not all
they do. Firefighters are really busy people. They work all day long. They sl
eep at the fire station when they’re not busy. But they don’t sleep much. Th
ey help people when they have car crashes. They teach children about fires.
They check that buildings are safe. They even pull cats out of trees sometime
s. Firefighters are such nice people.

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W: p.12
      Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and fill in the blanks.
M: They help people when they have car crashes. They teach children about f
ires. They check that buildings are safe. They even pull cats out of trees som
etimes.


W: B. Listen and number the pictures.
M:
Number one. Firefighters sleep at the fire station when they’re not busy. Fir
efighters sleep at the fire station when they’re not busy.
Number two. They save people in burning buildings. They save people in bur
ning buildings.
Number three. They pull cats out of trees. They pull cats out of trees.


W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. Firefighters help people. Firefighters help people.
     b. Firefighters only fight fires. Firefighters only fight fires.


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Track 5
M: Unit 3. What do you want to be?


B: What do you want to do when you grow up?
G: I want to be a ballerina.
B: Then you have to learn to dance.
G: I know. I have to go to ballet class. What do you want to do?
B: I want to be an astronaut.
G: You have to study math. Are you good at math?
B: No! I’m bad at it! I have to spend my vacation studying math.


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M: p.16
     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and check.
M: a. An astronaut. An astronaut.
     b. He has to study math. He has to study math.


W: B. Listen and fill in the blanks.
M:
{Girl} a. I want to be a ballerina. I want to be a ballerina.
{Boy} b. I have to study math. I have to study math.
{Girl} c. I have to learn how to dance. I have to learn how to dance.


W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. Steven has to study English. Steven has to study English.
  b. Jane wants to be an astronaut. Jane wants to be an astronaut


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M: p.18


W: Unit 4. American Children


W: American children have interesting lives. Many American children study ha
rd. Nearly all of them don’t have time to work. But some of them do. A lot


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of children who work deliver newspapers. They work in all kinds of weather.
It doesn’t matter if it’s rainy, snowy or sunny. A few children work for their n
eighbors. They mow their lawns or tidy their garages. Some children sell lem
onade on the street. Most American children earn a little money. They work
for fun.

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M: p.20
     Listening Check-up


M: A. Listen and check.
w: a. American children deliver newspapers in all kinds of weather. America
          n children deliver newspapers in all kinds of weather.
     b. Some children sell lemonade on the street.


M:   B. Listen and number the pictures.
G:   no 1. I sell lemonade on the street.
B:   No 2. I deliver newspaper in rainy days.
B:   No 3. I mow my neighbor’s lawn.


M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. American children don’t deliver newspapers when it’s snowing. America
      n children don’t deliver newspapers when it’s snowing.
    b. Most American children earn a little money.


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M: Unit 5. How are you doing these days?


G: Dear Jenny,


How are you doing these days? I miss you. I’m well. I love my new town. I’
m living at my uncle’s farm for now. My parents are looking for a house. I’m
learning all about farms. I’m helping my uncle feed (the?) chickens. I’m taki
ng care of the pigs, too. I’m even trying to learn how to ride a horse. My unc


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le has a big horse named ‘Charlie.’ It’s not easy, but I’m trying hard. Bye for
now.


                                              Love,
                                              Jane.


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W: p.24
      Listening Check-up


M: A. Listen and check.
W: a. Jane’s parents are looking for a house. Jane’s parents are looking for
      a house.
b. Jane’s learning all about farms. Jane’s learning all about farms.


M: B. Listen and number the pictures.
G: Number one. I’m helping my uncle feed the dogs. I’m helping my uncle fe
    ed the dogs.
    Number two. I’m taking care of pigs. I’m taking care of pigs.
    Number three. My parents are looking for a house. My parents are lookin
      g for a house.


M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
W: a. Jane is learning how to ride a cow. Jane is learning how to ride a cow.
   b. I’m feeding the chickens. I’m feeding the chickens.


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W: Unit 6 How caterpillars become butterflies


M: Caterpillars and butterflies are the same insect. Caterpillars are just baby
butterflies. First, butterflies start life as eggs. They sit on leaves. They eat f
ood inside their eggs. In a while, they break out of their eggs. At that time, t
hey are caterpillars. They eat lots of leaves. In a few weeks, they grow a har
d shell. After fourteen days in their shells, they become butterflies. Caterpill


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ars are ugly insects. But butterflies are beautiful. It’s strange how beautiful
they become.


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M: p.28
     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and check.
M: a. These are beautiful butterflies. These are beautiful butterflies.
     b. Butterflies grow a hard shell. Butterflies grow a hard shell.


W: B. Listen and number the pictures.
M: Number one. Butterflies start life as eggs. Butterflies start life as eggs. N
  umber two. They grow a hard shell. They grow a hard shell. Number three.
  After fourteen days in their shells, they become butterflies. After fourteen
  days in their shells, they become butterflies.

W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. Butterflies become caterpillars. Butterflies become caterpillars.
  b. Caterpillars live in a shell and then become butterflies. Caterpillars live i
  n a shell and then become butterflies.


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M: Unit 7 I love Sports


B: My name’s Steven. I play lots of sports. I sometimes play basketball after
school. I usually go rollerblading when the weather’s nice, too. On Wednesda
ys, I often play soccer. I always do karate on Tuesdays. And on Fridays, I alm
ost always go bowling. I never stay home and watch TV like my brother. He n
ever plays with me. He seldom wants to exercise. He’s so lazy. But I don’t
mind. I usually play with my friends. They love sports like I do.

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     Listening Check-up


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M: A. Listen and check.
B: a. I sometimes play basketball after school. I sometimes play basketball af
      ter school.
B: b. I play soccer with my friends. I play soccer with my friends.


M: B. Listen and number the pictures.
B: no 1. I always do Karate on Tuesdays. I always do Karate on Tuesdays.
   No 2. I almost always go bowling on Fridays. I almost always go bowling on
           Fridays.
      No 3. I play soccer on Wednesdays. I play soccer on Wednesdays.


M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
W: a. Steven never plays soccer.
     b. Steven’s brother seldom wants to exercise.


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W: Unit 8. In the year 1900


M: In the year 1900, the world was a different place. Most people’s lives were
about forty-seven years long. Now, most people live for about seventy-seven
years. There was only one telephone in every twelve homes in 1900. Now, al
most all homes have telephones. In America, there were 8,000 cars in 1900.
Now, there are millions. Most people’s pay was twenty-two cents for an hour’
s work. Now, it is about twenty dollars an hour. Maybe life was more difficul
t in 1900.

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M: p.36
     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and check.
M: a There were only 8,000 cars. There were only 8,000 cars.
b. Most people’s pay was twenty-two cents. Most people’s pay was twenty-t


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    wo cents.

W: B. Listen and match.
M: Number one. There are millions of cars. There are millions of cars. Numb
er two. People’s lives were about forty-seven years long. People’s lives were
about forty-seven years long.
Number three. People’s pay is about twenty dollars an hour. People’s pay is
about twenty dollars an hour.
Number four. There were telephones in few homes. There were telephones i
n few homes


W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
    M: a. Almost all homes have telephones. Almost all homes have teleph
        ones.
    b. Most people’s pay was twenty-two cents for an hour’s work. Most pe
        ople’s pay was twenty-two cents for an hour’s work.


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M: Unit 9. My Birthday


G: I went to the amusement park for my birthday. I had so much fun. My frie
nds came with me. We went on a lot of rides. We rode the merry-go-round, t
he Ferris wheel and the roller coaster. My friend Jenny walked inside the hau
nted house. But she ran out right away. It really scared her. We all laughed.
Afterwards, we ate cotton candy, popcorn and hotdogs. Then we played some
games. I knocked cans down and won a teddy bear. What a birthday!

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     Listening Check-up


M: A. Listen and check.
G: a. I ate the hotdogs. I ate the hotdogs.
G: b. It really scared her. It really scared her.


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M: B. Listen and fill in the blanks.
G: a. We rode the Ferris wheel. We rode the Ferris wheel.
    b. We ate cotton candy. We ate cotton candy.
    c. We walked inside the haunted house.


M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
G: a. The girl rode the roller coaster. The girl rode the roller coaster.
  b. The boy won the teddy bear. The boy won the teddy bear.


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W: Unit 10. A Floating town


M: Have you ever heard of a floating town? Well, there’s one on a lake in Ca
mbodia, near China. There are a lot of houses and boats. There are a few sc
hools and stores. There is even a church. But there aren’t many jobs. And th
ere isn’t any drinking water. Boats bring drinking water to the town. There’s
too much polluted water. That’s because there are too many people. Life is
difficult there. But the townspeople don’t mind. There are lots of fish to eat
.

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M: p.44
     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and fill in the blanks.
M: a. There is even a church. There is even a church.
     b. Boats bring drinking water to the town. Boats bring drinking water to
     the town.


W: B. Listen and number the pictures.
M: no1. There are a few schools on the lake. There are a few schools on the
          lake.
     no 2. There are a lot of houses and boats. There are a lot of houses and


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          boats.
      no 3. Boats bring drinking water to the town. Boats bring drinking wate
          r to the town.


W: True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. There are a few schools on the lake. There are a few schools on the lak
       e.
b. There are lots of people living on the lake. There are lots of people living
       on the lake.
c. There are many boats on the lake. There are many boats on the lake.


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M: Unit 11. Holloween


G: Dear Diary,
       Today was Halloween. My friends and I wore costumes. I dressed like
a witch. Sarah dressed like an angel. Sam dressed like a ghost. I worked har
d to make my costume. So did Mom. She helped. Tonight, we ran from door
to door. We yelled, ‘TRICK OR TREAT!’ Our neighbors gave us candy. I loved
getting candy. My neighbors loved giving it, too. They always smiled at us.
My sister thinks Halloween is scary. I don’t. Neither do my friends. Hallowee
n is fun!

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W: p.48
      Listening Check-up


M: A. Listen and fill in the blanks.
G: We ran from door to door. We yelled, ‘TRICK OR TREAT!’ Our neighbors g
ave us candy. I loved getting candy. We ran from door to door.


M: B. Listen and number the pictures.
W: Number one. Sarah dressed like an angel. Sarah dressed like an angel. Nu
mber two. I dressed like a witch. I dressed like a witch. Number three. Sa
m dressed like a ghost. Sam dressed like a ghost.


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M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
G: a. I dressed like a ghost.
G: b. The neighbors wore costumes for Halloween.


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W: Unit 12. New York City


M: New York City is a great place. You should go there. You should see the E
mpire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. You can see a famous play an
d walk through Central Park. Central Park is a big park in New York. But you
shouldn’t go there at night. It can be a little dangerous. Also, when you walk
around New York, you shouldn’t walk alone. There are a few thieves. New Y
ork is a beautiful place. But you should be careful.

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M: p.52
     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and fill in the blanks.
M: You should see the Empire State Building and the Statue of Liberty. You ca
n see a famous play and walk through Central Park.


W: B. Listen and number the pictures.
M: Number one. You can watch a famous play. You can watch a famous play.
    Number two. You should see the Empire State Building. You should see t
    he Empire State Building.
    Number three. You should see the Statue of Liberty. You should see the S
    tatue of Liberty.


W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. New York is a beautiful place. New York is a beautiful place.
     b. You should walk alone in New York City. You should walk alone in N
     ew York City.


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M: Unit 13. Life on the moon


M: I’m a scientist. I study the future. I think the Earth will be very polluted i
n 2100. People will live on the moon in plastic bubbles. The air will be clean
inside the bubbles. But people won’t go outside. There won’t be any air. Th
eir bubbles will be like prisons. People will grow food inside their bubbles. T
here won’t be much food. There won’t be much water, either. It’s sad that
people will have to live there. We shouldn’t pollute the Earth.

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W: p.56
     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and fill in the blanks.
M: People will live on the moon in plastic bubbles. The air will be clean insid
e the bubbles. But people won’t go outside. There won’t be any air.


W: B. Listen and number the pictures.
M: Number one. The Earth will be very polluted in 2100. The Earth will be ve
    ry polluted in 2100.
    Number two. There won’t be much water. There won’t be much water.
    Number three. People will grow food inside their bubbles. People will gr
    ow food inside their bubbles.


W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. The air inside the moon-bubbles will be dirty. The air inside the moon-
        bubbles will be dirty.
       b. There won’t be any air outside of the bubbles. There won’t be any
         air outside of the bubbles.
       c. There will be lots of food on the moon. There will be lots of food
         on the moon.




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W: Unit 14. Kismet


W:      In America, there’s a cute robot named Kismet. It acts like a real chil
d. It can smile or look sad. It can look sleepy, scared or angry. People can ta
lk to Kismet. Kismet listens carefully. If a person sounds mad, Kismet looks s
cared. If a person sounds happy, Kismet smiles. Kismet looks tired at night. I
t looks cheerful in the morning. People like Kismet a lot. It doesn’t seem like
a robot. In the future, most robots will be like Kismet.

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     Listening Check-up


M: A. Listen and check.
W: a. Kismet looks angry. Kismet looks angry.
 b. Kismet looks scared. Kismet looks scared.


M: B. Listen and number the pictures.
W: Number one. Kismet looks sleepy. Kismet looks sleepy.
    No 2. Kismet looks scared. Kismet looks scared.
    Number three. Kismet is angry. Kismet is angry.


M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
W: a. Kismet acts like a robot. Kismet acts like a robot.
   b. People like Kismet. People like Kismet.
   c. Kismet is cute. Kismet is cute


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M: Unit 15. I wish


B: Hello! My name is Sam. I am from Uganda in Africa. My country is very po


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or. And I’m very poor. I wish I weren’t so poor. I wish I could go to school. I
wish I could read. I wish drinking water weren’t so far from my house. I wish
I had enough food and medicine. I know I wish for a lot of things. But I’m hap
py. My Mom and Dad love me a lot. Life is good.

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     Listening Check-up


M: A. Listen and fill in the blanks.
B: 1. I wish I weren’t so poor. I wish I weren’t so poor.
      2. I wish I had enough food and medicine. I wish I had enough food and
         medicine.


M: B. Listen and number the pictures.
B: a. I wish I could go to school. I wish I could go to school. Number two. M
       y parents love me. My parents love me.
b. I’m very poor. I’m very poor.


M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
W: a. Sam has lots of food. Sam has lots of food.
   b. Sam wishes his parents loved him. Sam wishes his parents loved him.
   c. Sam’s country is very poor. Sam’s country is very poor.


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W: Unit 16. Geronimo


M: Geronimo was an Apache Indian. He was born in Mexico in 1829. He hate
 d the Americans and the Spanish. They wanted the Apache’s land. He foug
 ht them all. He was the bravest and the wisest Apache. He was stronger th
  an the Spanish. They were all afraid of him. He was smarter than the Amer
  icans, too. They caught him many times. But he always got away. He was
  caught again in 1886. He was thrown in prison for a long time. He died in 1
  909.


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      Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and check.
M: a. He was stronger than the Spanish. He was stronger than the Spanish.
     b. He always got away from the Americans. He always got away from t
     he Americans.


W: B. Listen and fill in the blanks.
M: a. Geronimo hated the Americans and the Spanish. Geronimo hated the A
mericans and the Spanish. b. The Americans caught him many times. The A
mericans caught him many times. Number three. He was thrown in prison for
a long time. He was thrown in prison for a long time.

W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. There was an Apache who was wiser than Geronimo. There was an Ap
          ache who was wiser than Geronimo.
b. Geronimo was stronger than the Spanish. Geronimo was stronger than the
          Spanish.
c. The Americans were smarter than Geronimo. The Americans were smarter
        than Geronimo.


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M: Unit 17. Going Campling


B: May I go camping with Bobby tomorrow, Mom?
Mom: Alright. But you’d better bring warm clothes.
B: I’ll bring my jacket, sweater and boots.
Mom: You’ll need your sleeping bag, too. And you have to bring food.
B: No, I don’t need food. Bobby’s mother is bringing lots of it.
Mom: You have to bring your flashlight. You must tell me where you’re going c
        amping, too.


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B: In Bobby’s backyard.
Mom: WHAT?


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      Listening Check-up


M: A. Listen and check.
W: a. You have to bring food. You have to bring food.
B: b. I don’t have to bring extra clothes. I don’t have to bring extra clothes.


M: B. Listen and number the pictures.
W: Number one. You’ll need your sleeping bag. You’ll need your sleeping bag
     .
B: Number two. I’ll bring my jacket, sweater and boots. I’ll bring my jacket,
  sweater and boots.
W: Number three. You ought to bring your flashlight. You ought to bring your
  flashlight


M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
W: a. Steven’s going camping for a long time. Steven’s going camping for a l
     ong time.
   b. Steven’s mother doesn’t want Steven to go camping. Steven’s mother
     doesn’t want Steven to go camping.
   c. Steven’s going camping in Bobby’s backyard. Steven’s going camping i
     n Bobby’s backyard.


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W: Unit 18. Make a Volcano


W: Ingredients:
Gray clay (Picture)
Red clay (Picture)
1 tablespoon baking soda (Picture)


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Red food coloring (Picture)
Liquid dishwashing detergent (Picture)
1/4-cup vinegar (Picture)


Directions:
M: First, put newspaper on the floor. Then, make the gray clay look like a vol
cano. Next, put red clay around the top of the volcano. This looks like lava.
After that, scoop out a hole at the top. Stir in one tablespoon of baking soda.
Drop in a few drops of red food coloring. Add a few drops of liquid dishwashin
g detergent. Finally, pour in 1/4-cup of vinegar. Stand back! The volcano wi
ll explode!

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     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and check.
M: a. This looks like lava. This looks like lava.
     b. Stir in one tablespoon of baking soda. Stir in one tablespoon of baki
       ng soda.


W: B. Listen and number the pictures.
M: Number one. Put newspaper on the floor. Put newspaper on the floor. Nu
  mber two. Model the gray clay to look like a volcano. Model the gray clay t
  o look like a volcano. Number three. Scoop out a hole at the top. Scoop o
  ut a hole at the top.

W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. Vinegar helps the volcano to explode. Vinegar helps the volcano to ex
          plode.
b. It’s a good idea to put newspaper on the floor. It’s a good idea to put new
    spaper on the floor.


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M: Unit 19. Extreme Sports

M: Last winter, I went heli-skiing. I rode a helicopter to a mountaintop. Then
, I skied down. Have you ever gone heli-skiing? I’ve also gone skydiving, bung
ee jumping and scuba diving. Skydiving means jumping from a plane. I use a
parachute. Bungee jumping is jumping from a high place. I use a rope. Scub
a diving is swimming deep in the sea. I use air cans. Why have I done all of t
hese dangerous sports? It’s my job. I’m a stuntman. My job is so exciting.

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     Listening Check-up


W: A. Listen and fill in the blanks.
M: Skydiving means jumping from a plane. I use a parachute. Bungee jumpin
g is jumping from a high place. I use a rope. Scuba diving is swimming deep i
n the sea. I use air cans.


W: B. Listen and number the pictures.
M: Number one. I need this to go heli-skiing. I need this to go heli-skiing. Nu
  mber two. I need these to go scuba diving. I need these to go scuba diving.
  Number three. I need this to go bungee jumping. I need this to go bungee j
  umping.
  Number four. I need this to go skydiving. I need this to go skydiving.


W: C. True or False? Listen and check.
M: a. Skydiving is swimming deep in the sea. Skydiving is swimming deep in t
   he sea.
b. The stuntman went heli-skiing last winter. The stuntman went heli-skiing
   last winter.


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M: Unit 20. What a cowboy needs




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W: Cowboys need lots of tools. They need horses to catch cows. They need r
opes to tie around cows’ necks. They have pointy boots for making horses run
. They have leather straps for making horses stop. They wear big hats to stay
cool. They wear cloth around their necks, too. This is to stay cool in the sum
mer. And it keeps them warm in the winter. They also wear leather around t
heir legs to stay warm. Cowboys look cool! I wish I were a cowboy!

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      Listening Check-up


M: A. Listen and check.
W: a. Cowboys wear this on their heads to stay cool. Cowboys wear this on
    their heads to stay cool.
b. Cowboys tie these around their necks to stay warm. Cowboys tie these aro
    und their necks to stay warm.


M: B. Listen and number the pictures.
W: Number one. Cowboys need these to tie around cows’ necks. Cowboys ne
    ed these to tie around cows’ necks.
     Number two. Cowboys need these for making horses run. Cowboys need
    these for making horses run.
     Number three. Cowboys need these for making horses stop. Cowboys n
    eed these for making horses stop.


M: C. True or False? Listen and check.
W: a. Cowboys don’t need anything. Cowboys don’t need anything.
M: b. Cowboys have leather straps for making horses stop.
M: c. Cowboys wear leather around their arms to stay warm.




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