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1 Listen and say the number. Repeat. $ CD101

Tara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s houseTara’s house

Tara’s houseTara’s house11111111111

make (my) bed have a shower catch the bus watch TV clean (my) teeth leave home
use the internet wake up arrive home take the dog for a walk

3 Remember and say.2 Look and say he, she or they.

Every morning at eight o’clock ...
1 he cleans his teeth.
2 ? wakes up.
3 ? makes her bed.
4 ? leaves home.
5 ? take the dog for a walk.
6 ? arrives home.
7 ? watches TV.
8 ? has a shower.
9 ? uses the internet.

10 ? a catch the bus.










Number four.
What does he do
at eight o’clock?

He leaves home.

That’s right!

Good morning!

I’m home.



Vocabulary Lesson 1

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We always have breakfast at quarter to eight on school days.
At the weekend we never have breakfast before ten o’clock.
We sometimes have a very big breakfast on Sundays.
We always leave home at five to eight on school days. We catch
the bus to school at eight o’clock, but it sometimes comes late.
We usually take the dog for a walk after school at four o’clock.
At the weekend we sometimes watch TV in the afternoon.
We never go to bed after nine o’clock on school days. We always go to bed late
on Fridays and Saturdays. We always go to bed at half past eight on Sundays.

Learn to learn
Does the adverb of
frequency go before
or after the verb?

2 Read and learn. Make sentences.

3 Play the game.

1 Read. Listen and find three differences. $ CD102

morning afternoon evening


Tara’s mum

Tara’s dad

Tara’s brother

Adverbs of frequency
I / You /

We / They


wake up at seven o’clock.
go to bed late on Fridays.

He / She
comes to school early.

leaves home late.

My big

My routines in Rooftops by Layla Vieira from Brazil

Does the adverb of
frequency go before

always sometimesusually never

He never watches TV
in the afternoon.

I know!
It’s Tara’s dad.

Yes! Your turn.


Grammar Lesson 2 1111111111111

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On weekdays Tim usually goes for a run
at half past six. After breakfast he catches
the bus to school. He plays football in the
playground before lessons start … and he
plays football at lunchtime too!
Tim has football training three afternoons a
week and he plays in matches on Tuesdays.
He wears a red football strip
and shin pads. After dinner
Tim watches TV. What does he
watch? Football!

1 2

Becky always has breakfast with 200 other
ballet school students. Then she has a ballet
class for two hours. She wears a pink
leotard, pink tights and pink ballet pumps.
(She likes pink!)
After a shower Becky
has normal lessons until
quarter past four. Then she
practises ballet movements
until dinnertime. In the
evening she sometimes
watches ballet videos on the internet before
she goes to bed (in pink pyjamas!).

1 Read and listen. $ CD104 Who goes to a special school?
2 Match the headings and the photos. Use your notebook.

a Pretty in pink b Active on the beach c Happy with a ball

Totally football!

shin pads

football strip

ballet pumps


1 Comment

Mrs Ryder says:
Tim never makes his bed! But he
takes his dog Messi for a walk
every day.

1 Comment

Hannah says:
My favourite dancer is
Sylvie Guillem! She’s French.


shin pads

Lessons 3 & 4 Culture & Functional language11111111111


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4 Listen, read and repeat. $ CD105
5 Make new dialogues and practise.

3 Read again and say Tim, Becky
or Otavio.

1 This child does an activity by
the sea.

2 This child eats with lots of
people in the morning.

3 This child has got a favourite

4 This child leaves the house
very early.

5 This child is from Brazil.
6 This child does an activity

that doesn’t use music.
7 This child uses the internet in

the evening.
8 This child plays in a match

once a week.

How often
do you

watch TV?
eat fruit?

catch the bus?
go for a walk?

do sport?

use the internet?
have a shower?
clean your teeth?
listen to music?
read comics?



three times









Don’t miss the next episode
of Young Detectives .

Layla from Brazil

My cousin Otavio lives in Salvador
in Brazil. He loves capoeira. It’s a
traditional Brazilian activity with
dance and acrobatics. He always does
capoeria to traditional music.
He sometimes practises on the beach.


talk about routines

Sometimes we have to work on
things we’re not good at!

How often do you catch the bus?

I catch the bus twice a day.


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1 Read and listen. $ CD106
Which phrases are in the story?

it’s snowing it’s foggy it’s wet
the sun is shining it’s raining it’s warm

Mrs Rose is missing. The police are busy
looking for a robber. The children look for Mrs
Rose. They start their investigation at her house.

Inside, Annabel and Joey start looking for clues.
Something is different in the kitchen – but what?

Back in Mrs Rose’s garden,
Annabel sees something
where the snow is melting.

It isn’t snowing now. Gaia
notices some footprints in
the snow.

Matt has got a map.

Inside the envelope there
are five clues to help them find
Mrs Rose.

Later ...
Footprints to the train station
and a train timetable. Is Mrs
Rose going on a trip?

notebook advert




Footprints in the snowtwo



Matt and Gaia follow the
footprints for a while. Suddenly …

Detectives is

on the TV.
It’s seven o’clock.

Look Scamp. It’s snowing!

The house is empty.

I remember a clock here.
It’s missing. Is this a clue?

Look! Footprints!
Let’s follow them.

Where are we?

It’s raining. The snow is
melting and the footprints

are disappearing.

We’re here.
We’re near the
train station.

Is Mrs Rose
catching a train?

Look! What’s this? Perhaps
it belongs to Mrs Rose.

What’s inside?
Is there a clue?

What’s Mrs Rose
doing in Foxton?

Let’s find out! We can go to
Foxton tomorrow morning.

Lesson 5 Vocabulary & Story1111111111111










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1 Which sentences are in the story? Say A or B.

2 Read and learn. Say the missing words.

3 Play the game.

4 Talk about the weather where you live.
Use these words and phrases.

Present simple Present continuous

It rains every day.
It snows every day in winter.

What does she do on Sundays?

It’s raining at the moment.
It’s snowing now.

What’s Mrs Rose doing in Foxton?

He ... his homework after dinner every day. He ... his homework at the moment.

hot cold cloudywindy

A ... the footprints disappear.
A It rains every day.
A It doesn’t snow.

B ... the footprints are disappearing.
B It’s raining.
B It isn’t snowing now.

in November
in January in April in July

today windy cloudy








Usually Today

It’s Glasgow!

Yes! Your turn.

It usually snows.

The sun is shining
and it’s warm.

What’s the
weather like today?

What’s the weather
usually like in this city?

Grammar Lesson 6 1111111111111


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1 Read and choose. Use your notebook.
Listen and check. $ CD108

2 Sing. $ CD108

The flowers are growing.
The sky isn’t grey,
But here in my heart,
It rains every day.

She answers never / never answers
when I call.
She never speaks / speaks never
to me at all.
Suzie doesn’t love me anymore.

4 Listen and repeat. $ CD109

Exam Practice
5 Work in pairs. Cut out and

complete your speaking cards. complete your speaking cards.
AB 99 & 100

What’s the weather
like in Budapest today?

It’s raining
and it’s cloudy.

3 Read and answer.

1 Is the singer happy or sad?
2 What’s the weather like?
3 Why does Suzie never call the singer?

She calls me never / never calls me
on the phone.
She never comes / comes never to
my home.
Suzie doesn’t love me anymore.

I send her flowers every day.
She always throws / throws always
them away.
Suzie doesn’t love me anymore.

The sun is shining.
The weather is fine,
But here in my heart
The sun doesn’t shine.

on the phone.

It rains every day.


always throws / throws always

calls me never / never calls me


Suzie doesn’t love me

The queen wears wellies when the weather is wet,
With a white, winter sweater and a warm woolly hat!

Oh, I love Ric Moon.
His songs are cool!

Lesson 7 Song, Sounds & Speaking11111111111111


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Cross-curricular Lesson 8 1111111111111

4 Tell your partner about a castle in your country.

1 He’s rich.
2 He can’t leave the manor.
3 He pays for his land.
4 He doesn’t work.

3 Read and say lord, serf
or peasant.




manor house




1 Which of these years is in medieval times?

1450 1830 1940

2 Read and listen. $ CD111

Lords are rich. They live in
manor houses or castles. They
don’t work, but they always
wake up early, and go to church
once a day. They usually have
hobbies like hunting or watching
tournaments. They eat big
banquets with meat, fish,
vegetables, fruit and honey.
They watch musicians, jugglers
and magicians.

Serfs and peasants
Serfs work for the lord. They
don’t get any money, but they
have some land. They have
protection from their enemies
because they live in the manor.
They have different jobs. Some
work on the land as farmers and
look after the lord’s land. Other
serfs are tax collectors, bakers
and craftsmen. They can’t leave
the manor.

Peasants usually grow vegetables
and pay the lord for the land.
They are free, but they usually
don’t leave the manor. Some join
the church, but most work on
the land.

Serfs and peasants are very
poor. They eat badly. They live in
cottages with a table and chairs,
but no bed. They sleep on straw
on the floor with their animals.

We can see the lord of the manor and his
manor house. He is looking at his land. We can
see bakers, shoemakers and farmers, and their
small cottages. The baker is baking bread and
the shoemaker is making shoes. The farmers
are looking after their vegetables.

Coca castle is in Segovia.

The castle in Tossa de
Mar is next to the beach.



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1 Dex interviews Layla. Listen. $ CD112

Which phrase is not mentioned?

3 Look at Dex’s notes. Tell your

partner about Layla. Take turns.

4 Read and say the missing words.

2 Listen again. $ CD112 Read and say True or False.
1 Layla always gets up at six o’clock in Brazil.
2 Layla takes the dog for a walk every day in the UK.
3 Layla never watches TV after school in Brazil.
4 Layla never has a shower in the afternoon in the UK.

This is me in the UK. I
wearing warm clothes
because it’s cold and wet!

These are my friends in Brazil.
They wearing sunglasses
because it’s hot and the sun


This is me with my host family.
We having breakfast
(toast and jam, cereal and milk).

This is my sister in Brazil. She
having breakfast at school

(biscuits and chocolate milk).

have a shower watch TV take the dog for a walk arrive home make my bed

Layla’s routine (weekends)

the UK Brazil







To: Tara, Ben, Dex, Layla
This month’s project is to write a poster for
the visitor information centre. Write about
daily life for visitors to the UK. Please hand
in or send to the town hall.
The Mayor





What time do you
usually wake up?

1 Dex interviews Layla. Listen.

To: Tara, Ben, Dex, Layla
This month’s project is to write a poster for
the visitor information centre. Write about
daily life for visitors to the UK. Please hand
in or send to the town hall.

To: Tara, Ben, Dex, Layla To: Tara, Ben, Dex, Layla

This is my sister in Brazil. She

(biscuits and chocolate milk).

Layla usually watches TV in the UK.


Lessons 9 & 10 Review & Skills11111111111111

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