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1LSAB - MTitton - DAD. WEEK from 15th to 21st March, 2021
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Focus Now: pages 187, 80, 81


Ex 1 page 187

  1. Which of these two activities do you like best?

    E I prefer the first. I prefer walking with friends to sitting alone with a computer game.

  2. What’s your favourite free-time activity?

    B I love swimming. I go swimming three times a week.

  3. Do you like playing computer games?

    A No, I don’t. I like looking at YouTube videos but I don’t play games on the computer.


Ex 2 page 187

Greg: Do you like films?

Anne: Yes, I do.

Greg: When do you usually go to the cinema?

Anne: I always go on Saturdays afternoon.

Greg: What kind of films do you like?

Anne: I like comedies.

Greg: Who’s your favourite actor?

Anne: I love Ben Stiller. He’s brilliant.

Greg: What’s your favourite film?

Anne:The one I like best is called The Royal Tenenbaums. I think it’s awesome. My friends don’t agree.

Greg: What do think of fantasy films?

Anne: I don’t like them very much. I can’t stand the Twilight Saga films and I don’t really like Harry Potter.

Greg: What about The Lord of the Rings?

Anne: I don’t know it. My friend’s got it on DVD but I always choose something else to watch. What about you?

Greg: Oh, I love fantasy films. My favourite is The Hobbit.


Ex 3 page 187

Hi Sarah,

Thanks for the email. It’s good to make new friends.

What do you do in your free-time? Do you like going out? I really like going to concerts. I love music and I listen to new bands a lot. My favourite children is Oliver Sykes from the band Bring Me The Horizon. He’s amazing. Who is your favourite singer? What kind of music do you like? What do you think of metal? I love it. What about you? I don’t like pop music very much. I can’t stand singers like Justin Bieber and Myley Cyrus. I think they’re terrible… well, I hope they aren’t your favourites!

Sometimes my friends and I go to a disco. Discos are OK but I prefer concerts.

Write soon and tell me about your likes and dislikes.



Ex 4 page 187

Dave: Do you like sports?

Amelia: Well, I like some.

Dave: What kind of sports do you like?

Amelia: I like sports that I can do alone. I like walking and running. I like swimming a lot too. I don’t like football very much and I hate Formula 1 – it’s awful.

Dave: Who’s your favourite sports person?

Amelia: I don’t know. I guess I like Andy Murray. He’s awesome.

Dave: What do you think about Cristiano Ronaldo?

Amelia: I can’t stand him. He’s terrible. I don’t like footballers with all their tattoos.

Dave: He doesn’t have any tattoos.

Amelia: Well, that’s good but I prefer people who love their sport but don’t do it for the money. People like Alex Honnold. He’s a climber. He’s brilliant and a nice person too, I think.


Ex 1 page 80

  1. How many students are there?

    There are about 1400 students.

  2. What subjects can students study?

    They can study Italian, Maths, English, Science, Physics, Physical Education, Civic Education, Computer Science, Geography-History, Epic and Religion, Latin and others.

  3. What activities can students do?

    They study and do homework.

  4. Are there any compulsory (something that you have to do) activities?

    They have to do homework.

  5. Do students take part in any volunteer programmes?

    I don’t know.


Ex 2 page 80

The article is about a school on a sailing ship.


Ex 3 page 80

  1. the courses: C

  2. the students: B

  3. the school on the ship: A

  4. activities on the boat: D

  5. volunteer projects: F

  6. activities in the ports the students visit: E


Ex 4 page 80

  1. Students must know how to sail before they join the ship: F

  2. Students come from different parts of the world: T

  3. All the students do the same course: F

  4. Students don’t have to speak English well: F

  5. Besides studying, students also have to do jobs on the ship: T

  6. Students can’t meet their parents: F

  7. Students don’t usually meet any local people when they stop in ports: F


Ex 5 page 80

In my school there are about 1400 students. Class Afloat has up to sixty students.

We can study Italian, Maths, English, Science, Physics, Physical Education, Civic Education, Computer Science, Geography-History, Epic and Religion, Latin and others. Class Afloat can studies for examples Marine Biology, History and Geography.

We study and do homework. In Class Afloat students have to study, can rest, read or watch a film; and in the evening they can relax with friends, have club meetings and karaoke at night.

We have to do homework. Class Afloat must cleans, cooks and sails the ship.

In my school I don’t know if there are some volunteer activities. In Class Afloat there are two volunteer activities in Senegal and Dominican Republic.


Ex 6 page 81

  1. My teacher says I have to work harder to improve my marks in the next test.

  2. Everyone in the school has to participate in the end-of-year sports competitions.

  3. My bed at home is very comfortable.

  4. I am designing an invitation for my birthday party.

  5. My new dress fits me exactly.

  6. My gym is not very well-equipped, but we have a really good running machine.

  7. My father and uncle always talk about business matters when they are together.


Ex 7 page 81

  1. In your opinion, what are the good and bad things about Class Afloat?

    Class Afloat has got few courses, but it’s great because you can know people of different nationality.

  2. Would you like to study in Class Afloat? Why/Why not?

    No, I wouldn’t because there isn’t the courses I want.


Ex 8 page 81

  1. camping trip

  2. home stays

  3. museum tours

  4. free time

  5. cultural events

  6. water sports


Ex 9 page 81

  1. When my dad was younger, he loves going on camping trips.

  2. I love home staying.

  3. When I was younger than now, I went to different museum tours.

  4. In my free time I play the guitar or the piano.

  5. I never go to cultural events.

  6. Swimming is a water sports.