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ГДЗ по английскому языку 6 класс рабочая тетрадь Кузовлев Лапа


Рабочая тетрадь Activity book «Английский язык. 6 класс» В. П. Кузовлева, Э. Ш. Перегудовой, Н. М. Лапы, О. В. Дувановой, И. П. Костиной, Е. В. Кузнецовой. Издательство: «Просвещение», серия: «Английский язык (Кузовлев В. П.). Состоит из одной части и 128 страниц ФГОС.

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Unit 1

lesson 1 lesson 2 lesson 3 lesson 4 lesson 5 Consolidation Lessons 7-8 Test yourself



Unit 2

lesson 1 lesson 2 lessons 3-4 lesson 5 lesson 6 Consolidation Lessons 8-9 Test yourself

Unit 3

lesson 1 lesson 2 lesson 3-4 lesson 5 lesson 6 Consolidation Lessons 8-9 Test yourself

Unit 4

lesson 1 lesson 2 lessons 3-4 lesson 5 Consolidation Lessons 8-9 Test yourself

Unit 5

lesson 1 lessons 2-3 lessons 4-5 lesson 7 Consolidation Lessons 9-10 Test yourself

Unit 6

lesson 1 lesson 2 lesson 3 lesson 4 lesson 5 Consolidation Lesson 7 Test yourself

Unit 7

lessons 1-2 lessons 3-4 lessons 5-6 lesson 7 lesson 8 lesson 9 Consolidation Lessons 12-13 Test yourself

ALL ABOUT ME

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Английский язык 6 класс Рабочая тетрадь Кузовлев

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Российская академия наук Российская академия образования Издательство «Просвещение» Условные обозначения и сокращения ВЯ Ш И н говорение слушание чтение письменное задание дополнительное задание задание повышенной сложности АВ Activity Book R Reader GS Grammar Support LCG Linguistic and Cultural Guide Российская академия наук Российская академия образования Издательство «Просвещение» ШИМШЖШ! Рабочая тетрадь 6 класс Пособие ДЛЯ учащихся общеобразовательных организаций Москва «Просвещение» 2013 УДК 373.167.1:811.111 ББК 81.2Англ-922 А64 Серия «Академический школьный учебник» основана в 2005 году Проект «Российская академия наук. Российская академия образования, издательство «Просвещение» — российской школе» Руководители проекта; вице-президент РАН акад, В. В. Коллов^ президент РАО акад. Н. Д. Никандров, чл.-корр. РАО, д-р пед. наук А. М. Кондаков Научные редакторы серии: акад. РАО, д-р пед. наук А.А.Кулнецон, акад. РАО, д-р пед. наук М. В. Рыжиков, д-р экон. наук С. В. Сидоренко Научный консультант авторского коллектива акад. РАО, д-р психол. наук И. А. Зимняя Авторы: В. П. Кузовлев, Н. М. Лапа, Э. Ш. Перегудова, И. П, Костина, Е. В. Кузнецова, О. В. Дуванова Научный руководитель авторского коллектива проф. Е. И. Пассов Рабочая тетрадь является составным компонентом УМК «Английский язык» для 6 класса общеобразовательных организаций и предназначена для активизации и закрепления леке и ко-грамматического материала учебника. Её содержание разбито на циклы, каждый из которых соотносится с соответствующим циклом учебника. Рабочая тетрадь может использоваться как на уроке, так и для самостоятельных занятий дома. Рабочая тетрадь была переработана в соответствии с требованиями Федерального государственного образовательного стандарта основного обнщ-го образования. ISBN 978-5-09-0250W3-3 H^jaarc.’ij.OTUo «Прогш’щение», 201.3 Художегтнгштое офо))мление. Иддатрл1.гтт> «Просвещение», 2013 Иге права защищены Unit 1 What do you look like? Lesson 1 Ш 1 • Two girls are talking about Jane, a new pupil in their class. What does Jane look like? Complete the table. Name Age Appearance Hair Eyes Height 2. Jane’s friend Susan has got a brother. He doesn’t look like Susan at all. Read about Susan and write about John. Choose the words from the table in Student’s book (pp. 6—7). 0. Susan is a short girl. lohn is a tall boy._________________________________________ 1. Susan is slim. 2. Susan’s got long straight hair. Her hair is dark. 3. Susan has got blue eyes and a turned-up nose. 4. Susan is attractive. And _____________________ П 3. What did you look like when you were born? 1) Answer the questions. How tall were you? _____________________________ What colour were your eyes? ____________________ What colour was your hair? _____________________ How long was your hair? ________________________ too. Unit 1 1* Lesson 1 2) What do you look like now? Complete the questions and write the answers. Grammar for revision To be: the Past Simple the Present Simple Tenses l/he/she was short. I am short. You/we/they were short. You/we/they are short. He/she is short. and 1. How tall you now? 2. What colour your eyes? 3. What colour your hair? 4. How lonff your hair? Lesson 2 1. What do Jane, Kate and Bill look like? 1) Translate the sentences into Russian. 1. Kate isn’t as old as Jane. 2. Jane isn’t as tall as Kate. 3. Jane isn’t as old as Bill. 4. Bill’s hair isn’t as dark as his father’s hair. 5. Bill isn’t as young as Kate. 6. Bill isn’t as short as Kate. a) Jane is a bit older than Kate. b) Kate is much younger than Bill. c) Bill’s father’s hair is a bit darker than Bill’s hair. d) Jane is a bit shorter than Kate. e) Bill is much taller than Kate. f) Bill is much older than Jane. Unit 1 Lesson 2 2) Match the sentences that mean the same. 1. a) 2. _________ 3. _______ 4. ________ 6. 2. Are the things different or aiike? Compare the things in each pair. Use the words from the box. More than one variant is possibie. Grammar for revision Degrees of comparison of adjectives A mouse is much smaller than a cat. England is a bit larger than Scotland. A tiger is as dangerous as a crocodile. A car is much more comfortable than a bike. GS p. 147 0. a leopard / a tiger 1. Star Wars* / Back to the Future* 2. Ben Nevis* (1343 m) / Elbrus (5642 m) 3. the Ob (5410 km) / the Thames* (338 km) 4. England (130,000 sq km) / Wales (21,000 sq km) 5. a giraffe / an elephant 6. Saturn (125,000 km) / Mars (6800 km) a bit • much • (not) as dangerous • long as • tall • big • large high • interesting 0. A leopqrd is as dangerous as a tiger. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Unit 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 ^ X. Garae “What have you got on?” Throw a dice and identify the thing in the picture. Answer the questions: Have you got it on? Do you like wearing it? Unit 1 Lesson 3 Ш 2. The British pupils are answering questions about their school uniform. 1) What do they wear to school? What are their favourite clothes? Complete the table. For spelling consult Student’s book (p. 12). Name School clothes Favourite clothes You 2) What are your school/favourite clothes? Complete the table. Lesson 4 1. Here is Bill’s opinion on clothes. What do you agree with? What do you disagree with? I think clothes are very important because people look first, then listen. The clothes say a lot about people. I always think of people by their clothes. I am not comfortable in clothes I don’t like. My favourite clothes for every day are jeans and a T-shirt. I look cool in them. I agree that __________________________________________________ I don’t think that I think that The best clothes for every day are Unit 1 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 1. Bill asks his sister to give a book to his classmate John. Jane agrees but is not sure that she knows John. Jane asks Bill about John. 1) Look at the two dialogue charts. How different are they? Which dialogue chart fits the situation? A В ва 2) Listen to the conversation between Bill and Jane. Which dialogue chart fits the conversation? 3) Act out two conversations according to both dialogue charts. CONSOLIDATION 1. How many words do you know to describe a person’s appearance? 1) Complete the word web. tall handsome 8 2) Compare your word web with your partner’s. Unit 1 Consolidation 2. Do the children care what they look like? Fill in the gaps with that’s why, because or because of. Clothes are important to Paul (1) ______________ he is always care- ful about his clothes. Paul always has neat and clean clothes on (2) he looks great. Meg doesn’t like her appearance (3)_____________ her nose. She wants to stay slim (4) Linda is slim (5) she doesn’t eat many cakes, she doesn’t eat many cakes. _________ she always wears Sarah looks great (6) ________________ smart things. 3. Look at the picture. Listen to the teacher. She’ll describe Meg, a character of a story Meg and Mog by H. Nicoll. Complete the picture and label the clothes. 4, Jane got a letter from her Russian friend. Put ’ (apostrophes) where necessary. Write the full forms of the verbs. Grammar for revision Possessive case/contractions Pete’s eyes ’re = are I’ll = I will he’s got = he has got doesn’t = does not 0. Ill tell you about my brother Dima. I’ll n will)___________________________________________________ 1. Dimas 10. 2. He doesnt look like me. 3. Dimas hairs black and his eyesre brown. 4. He likes riding his bike. 5. Hes got a pet parrot. 6. Whats your sisters name? 7. Whats her hobby? Unit 1 Consolidation 9 5. These are some interesting facts from the Guinness Book of World Records.* Compare the people and things. Use the words from the box. heavy tall short light long short Grammar for revision Degrees of comparison of adjectives David is a bit taller than Dick. David is much taller than Dan. GS p. 147 10 Mind! Foot = 30.48 cm Inch = 2.54 cm Pound = 0.45 kg R. Wallow was much 1) Height: Robert Wallow was 8 ft 11.1 inches tall. Nelson de la Rosa was 28.3 inches tall. R. Wallow was not as________________ as Nelson de la Rosa. ___________________ Nelson de la Rosa. Nelson de la Rosa was much R. Wallow. 2) Weight: Jon Brower Minnoch was 975 pounds. Lucia Zarate was 4.7 pounds at the age of 17. J. B. Minnoch was not as _________________ J. B. Minnoch was much ___________________ L. Zarate was much ___________ ___________ as L. Zarate. L. Zarate. J. B. Minnoch. II 3) Boxing: The fight between Andy Bowen and Jack Burte lasted 110 rounds (7 hours 19 min). The fight between Lloyd Honeygham and Gene Hatcher lasted 45 seconds. The fight between A. Bowen and J. Burte was not as _______ as the fight between L. Honeygham and G. Hatcher. The fight between A. Bowen and J. Burte was much _________ ______________ the fight between L. Honeygham and G. Hatcher. The fight between L. Honeygham and G. Hatcher was much __ ____________________ the fight between A. Bowen and J. Burte. Unit 1 Consolidation Lessons 7—8 TEST YOURSELF LISTENING COMPREHENSION You’ll hear the 7 o’clock news on the radio. Look through the statements. Listen to the news and tick {‘^) the correct answer. You will hear the news twice. 1 The police are looking for a a man. ________________ b a boy. a girl. 2 He is 3 He is a b c a b c 10 years old. ___ 20 years old. ___ 12 years old. ___ short and plump, tall and slim. short and slim. 4 He has got a long black hair. __________ b short brown hair. _______ c long brown hair. ______ 5 He has got jeans and a a black top on. b a green top on. c a dark top on. Your score 5 4 3 2 Your mark 5 4 3 2 Ф READING COMPREHENSION Read the article from a children’s magazine. 1. Choose the best title for the article. a) Clothes in Britain. b) British people don’t care for clothes. c) Formal clothes in Britain. Unit 1 11 Test yourself These days most people in Britain do not wear very formal^ clothes. But sometimes it is important to wear the right thing. Many British people don’t think about clothes very much. They like to be comfortable. When they go out to enjoy themselves, they can wear almost anything. At theatres, cinemas and concerts they can wear what they like — from jeans and sweaters to T-shirts and shorts. Anything is OK if you look clean and neat. But men in offices usually wear suits and ties and women wear dresses or skirts (not trousers). Doctors, lawyers and businessmen wear formal clothes. And in some hotels and restaurants men should wear suits and ties and women should wear smart dresses. It is difficult to say what people wear in Britain because everyone is different. If you are not sure what to wear, watch what other people do and do the same or ask advice of your friend. You’ll be more comfortable if you don’t look different from everyone else. 2. Mark the sentences with the letter T if the information is true and with the letter F if it is false. a Most people in Britain wear formal clothes. __________ b A lot of British people care much for their clothes. __________ c British people can’t wear jeans at theatres. _________ d There are dress rules in some hotels and restaurants. ___________ e It is OK to ask your friend for advice if you don’t know what to wear. ______ Your score 6 5 4 3 Your mark 5 4 3 2 Ф USE OF ENGLISH (GRAMMAR/VOCABULARY) 1. Meet the Simpsons, a famous American cartoon family. Who Is who? Fill in the gaps with the preposition with or in and the words from the box. There are two extra words. There is am example (0) at the beginning. Mr Simpson is a man (0) in a white (1)_____________________________and blue (2) ______________. 12 ^ formal — формальный, официальный Unit 1 Test yourself Mrs Simpson is a woman (3)__________long blue (4) She is (5)___________a yellow (6) ___________. Bart is a boy (7) a red (8) and green (9) Lisa is a girl (10)____ Maggie is a baby (12) ribbon^ in her (14) ______ a red (11) a (13) top • trousers T-shirt • blouse shirt • hair (2) • dress shorts • skirt • blue 2. Queen Elizabeth II* has got a lot of grandchildren. Are they of the same age? Put the words in brackets in the correct piece and in the correct form. There is an exampie (0) at the beginning. Peter Philips is (0) the oldest , (old) Princess Eugenie of York is (1) ________________. (young) She is 13 years (2) ______________________ Peter Philips, (young, than) Prince Henry isn’t (3) Beatrice, (old, as … as) She is 4 years (4)__ (young, than) Peter Philips is 4 years (5) ____ __Princess her cousin. ___ his sis- ^ a ribbon — лента Unit 1 Test yourself 13 ter Sarah, (old, than) Prince Henry has a brother: Prince William is (6) _______________________ he. (a bit, old, than) He was 2 years (7) when Prince Henry was born, (old) Your score 21—20 19—15 14—10 9 and less Your mark 5 4 3 2 О WRITING Your foreign friend Sue asks you to write about your favourite clothes. What will you write? (50 words) Dear Now I’ll answer your question. I ______________________ Best wishes. 14 О CULTURAL AWARENESS How well do you know British culture? 1. Match the clothes with the name of the person or thing that gave the name to the clothes. 1 a bowler hat a the battle in the Crimea 2 a cardigan b Wellington 3 wellies c Beaulie 4 a balaclava d Lord Cardigan Unit 1 Test yourself 2. What is what? Match. 1 Paddington a a museum 2 Madame Tussaud’s b a mountain 3 Buckingham Palace c a wax model museum 4 the Tower of London d a station in London 5 Ben Nevis e a film 6 Star Wars f a river 7 the Thames g an official Queen’s home Your score 11—10 9-8 7—6 5 and less Your mark 5 4 3 2 о SELF-ASSESSMENT Description of achievement Level reached В I can read and understand: • descriptions of people; • stories about British clothes: • children’s poems ВЯ I can understand children’s conversations about: • their favourite clothes; • their relatives I can: • describe a person; • compare people and things; • express my opinion about people’s appearance and clothes; • ask for and give personal information I can write: • about my favourite clothes; • about what I look like now Unit 1 Test yourself 15 Grammar checklist Can understand Can

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