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What Spinks Thinks — exploring Community strategy and Entrepreneurship How to Improve your Email Click-Through Rates by 12X

A few weeks ago we launched a new drip email campaign for Feast. You can see it on our homepage.

It’s a 7-day crash course, teaching the basics of cooking. Every day, we send you an email with a lesson.

It’s far exceded our expectations. The average click-through rate in our industry is 3.4% (check yours here ). Our top email gets 41%. That’s 12x higher than the average.

Now that those stats have remained consistent for over 1000 subscribers in the first couple weeks, I wanted to share why I think it’s working well…

First, here are the lesson subject lines and their stats:

CTR: – (no links)

Lesson 1: How to use your tongue

Lesson 2: Master the knife in minutes

Lesson 3 – How to cook anything without a recipe

Lesson 4 – In what order should you cook your ingredients?

Lesson 6 – Make it sexy

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Now…A couple things worth mentioning:

1. There’s a steady drop off over time. That happens in most drip email campaigns.

2. After the crash course is done, we continue to send little “cooking hacks” every day and the open rate hovers right around 45% and the CTR around 20% indefinitely.

3. This was just our first stab at it. There’s still room for improvement.

So now that you’ve got a good idea of what we have cookin (heh heh), here are a few things we did that I *think* contributed to its success. I can’t say for sure, but having run at least a dozen email campaigns like this in my career, I’ve picked up on a few trends.

Here’s why I think it’s working (#3 is the big winner):

We didn’t just say “sign up for our newsletter and we’ll send you cooking tips!”. We actually tried that first. It worked, but about half as well. Now, users know they’re getting 7 lessons, in order, and it’s going to teach them how to cook.

They also have to confirm their email address with the double opt-in keeping our list nice and tidy.

For another good example of this, check out the Summer of Design emails from David Kadavy.

Since you can’t A/B test subject lines for autoresponders in mailchimp, we haven’t done a lot of comparisons here. But we purposely put the lesson number in the subject lines. This way, users know if they missed one (maybe they didn’t see it or spam caught it). They also feel a sense of progression.

Using subject lines like “make it sexy” doesn’t hurt either. Always good to create curiosity as long as it’s actually in line with the content of the email.

Noah Kagan is really fricken good at this. The last email I received from him was titled “I got naked 3 times last weekend”. I opened it.

3. The emails are just the lead in to the content

We set up the crash course so that the emails would be a delivery device, leading into the lessons. They might have a tidbit of info to warm you up, but the actual lessons live on the blog. So you’d have to click through to see the whole lesson.

This works extraordinarily well. Try it. Instead of saying everything in the email, just give an intro, and then ask the reader to click through to get the full lesson, video, post, whatever…

The voice we use at Feast is like that witty, sarcastic friend we all know and love to have around. We keep it funny and punny. It’s entertaining. With emails, that kind of voice works REALLY well. Check out Joanne’s style in the Copy Hackers email for another good example.

Every lesson focuses on one thing. One. That’s it.

If you start reading up on email marketing, you’ll inevitably hear something along the lines of “Most spam emails are only one line and a link because that’s where they get the highest conversions”. That doesn’t mean start spamming. That means keep it short and focused.

6. It’s actually valuable

May sound like a pompous thing to say but I get emails every day from people who loved our crash course (and occasionally some who don’t…can’t win em all). It wasn’t easy to find that value. We’ve been experimenting for months with different class formats, videos, we even delivered boxes of ingredients to people’s homes for 6 weeks. We’ve been digging in, every day, to learn more about what our audience wants and likes.

But it doesn’t have to be that hard. Just think about your audience and what problem you’re actually solving for them.

If you want to see the emails for yourself, you can sign up here for the free Feast crash course. You can pick up some email marketing tips, and maybe you’ll even learn how to cook while you’re there 😉

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ГДЗ решебник по английскому языку 7 класс Кауфман

5.Use the, a, (no article) .
1. He is my friend.
2. She will be a vet.
3. Simon is happy.
4. It was the interesting film.
5. Cute is a bad agent.
6. It was their house.

8.Complete the sentences.
1. She speaks French.
2. He is from Japan.
3. They speak Spanish.
4. We live in Turkey.
5. In Italy they speak Italian.

A. Translate the words in brackets and fill in the gaps.
Agent Cute had to deliver a document to Rob MacWizard’s family.
The document was top secret.
Robin dropped the document when he went back to his time.
The document is a key to the treasure.
I have a cheese sandwich and you have a ham sandwich. Let’s swap.
B. Put the verbs in brackets in the right form.
Last year Agent Cute had a very interesting case.
An English boy Rob went to his pen friend Misha in Russia.
His parents came to the detective agency for help.
Agent Cute worked on the case.
He went to Russia and found Misha and his family.
They had a visitor from England — Robin.
Agent Cute watched the boys in Russia and,
when they went to England, he watched them in England.
Robin is from 1599.
He came from the past because he wanted to take the Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey back to Scotland.
The two boys used a time tunnel and swapped places in time
and Agent Cute helped them swap back!
He found a note. It is the key to a family treasure.

3.Read and put the verbs in brackets in the right form.
Cute: Hi, Boss! A horrible thing happened!I can’t find the top secret document!
Boss: I don’t believe it! I put it into your bag!… Did you show it to anybody?
Cute: No! Of course, I didn’t.
Boss: Did you tell this lady about the trasure? Cute: Yes, I am afraid I did.
Boss: Did she tell you her name?
Cute: Yes. Her name is Minnie Mouse!
Boss: You are pulling my leg!
Cute: What’s wrong with the name?
Boss: The lady gave you a false name! Minnie Mouse is Mickey Mouse’s girlfriend and they are cartoon characters. You lost the top secret document and our clients are in danger. It is a catastrophe.
Cute: But, Boss, I’ll find the lady.
Boss: No, Cute, you can’t do that. You are fired!

2.Look at the map. Write the names of the countries and their languages.
Great Britain France
English French

Spain Italy
Spanish Italian

Turkey China
Turkish Chinese

3.Match the questions and the answers.
1. Let me introduce my brother. His name is Jack Brown —
e) It’s very nice to meet you.
2. How do you do? c) How do you do?
a) I’m afraid I have to go now. — It was very nice to meet you.
4. Where are you from? — I’m from Germany.
5. What do you do? — e) I’m a driver.

4.Use the expressions from Ex.3 and write a dialogue.
Let me introduce my brother. His name is Jack Brown.
How do you do?
How do you do?
Where are you from?
I’m from Germany.
What do you do?
I’m a driver.
I’m afraid I have to go now.
It was very nice to meet you.

6.Complete the sentences with the right form of the verbs.
Robin MacWizard is from Edinburgh.
Robin found the time tunnel.
Rob wants to visit Misha.
Misha lives in Lukinsk.
Betsey has three children.
The boss is going to take his first holiday.

4.Write the adjectives in the right order.
My grandfather is a brave old man.
Our office is in a nice new house.
Ann’s Friends live in a beautiful little village. Nobody wanted to eat that disgusting cold soup.

5.Choose the right answer andfill in the gaps.
The deepest lake in the world is lake Baikal. The warmest of the three is the Red Sea. The longest river in the world is Mississippi. The largest ocean in the world is the Pacific Ocean.
The highest mountains are the Himalayas.

5. Help Rob pack his backpack. Fill in the gaps with the words.
1. It can be muddy in the forest, so they’ll need wellingtons.
2. They are going to walk for a long time, so they’ll need trainers.
3. They can get thirsty, so they’ll need a water bottle.
4. It is going to be dark in the forest, so they’ll need a torch.
5. They are going to make a campfire, so they’ll need matches.
6. It can be very cold at night, so they’ll need warm sweaters and warm jackets.
7. Their socks can get wet, so they’ll need an extra pairs of socks.
8. They are going to see a lot of beautiful places, so they’ll need camera.

1. Rewrite these sentences.
The matches are theirs.
The camera is mine.
The mosquito is yours.
The tents are ours.
The mattress is his.
The camping stove is hers.

2.Rewrite these sentences.
Peggy’s backpack is lighter than mine.
The weather today is worse than yesterday.
This house is smaller than that one.
This picture is cheaper than that one.
The Black Sea is colder than the Red Sea.
The cauldron is cleaner than that one.

3.Fill in the gaps with as …as or not as …as
This exercise is not as difficult as that one.
The film was not as good as the book.
My friend’s cat is as funny as mine.
Those shoes are as comfortable as those ones.
His backpack is as heavy as yours.

4.Choose the right word.
Is that your pen?
That pen is mine.
That ball isn’t his.
Is your dress as old as hers?
Their flat is as small as ours.
Our teacher was as good as theirs.

5.Find the mistakes.
My bag is as clean as hers.
This book is as interesting as that one.
His brother is older than hers.
Your mistakes are as bad as mine.

A. Choose the right word.
That tent wasn’t his.
He is her friend.
That kettle is theirs.
Look at him.
This pen isn’t mine.
B. Complete the sentences.
1. The Thames is not as the Enisey.
2. Her backpack is as light as mine.
3. Their tent was not as heavy as ours.
4. Shakespeare is as famous as Pushkin.
C. Translate from Russian into English.
1. This penknife isn’t mine. It’s hers.
2. Our tent isn’t as new as yours.
3. Their sleeping bags are not as warm as ours.
4. His book is as interesting as hers.

4. Are you as tall as your friend? Yes, lam. Iam as tall as my friend.

6.Fill in the gaps and complete the sentences.
The Eiffel Tower is in France.
The Berlin Wall is in Germany.
The Vatican Museum is in Italy.
The Tsar Bell is in Russia.
The Statue of Liberty is in the USA.
The Great Wall is in China.
The Natural History Museum is in England.

2.Write the negative form of the adjectives
unofficial, uncomfortable, untidy, unkind, unreal

1.Read Sasha’s story again, fill in the gaps and answer the questions.
Where did he go to?
He went to St. Petersburg
Where did he stay?
He stayed in Peterhof.
What did he see?
He saw the beautiful fountains and palaces.
What was the weather like?
The weather was very nice.
What did he promise to his Friends?
He promised to send postcards.
How many postcards did he write?
He wrote thirty-five postcards.

4.Read Olga’s story again. Here are the answers. Write the questions.
Where did they go?
Where did they stay?
Did you like it there?
What was their room?
What was the sea?
What was the food?
What were the waiters?
What was the entertainment?
Why did they wake up at seven o’clock in the morning?

6.Look at the pictures and fill in the gaps.
Four men came to the forest by car.
The men cut down the trees for their campfire.
The men killed the fish with dynamite.
They washed the car in the river.
The men didn’t pick up their litter and left the campfire.

9.Add suffixes to these verbs and make nouns.
inform — information
situate — situation
protect — protection
pollute — pollution
organize — organization

Make the questions for the underlined words.
How many planets go round the sun?
What is the clothest planet to the sun?
What is the largest planet in the solar system?
How many stars are there in the Universe?
Who thinks that the Earth and the planets formed 4,600,000,000.

1.Rewrite these sentences. Use the prefix re-.
Reuse this bag again.
The workers had to rebuild this wall again.
We made a mistake. Recount the people again.
This flat is very old. We must redecorate it again.

10.Write turn on/turn off.
I’ll turn off the TV because nobody is watching it.
Turn on the radio! I want to hear the news.
You mustn’t forget to turn off the light.
Let’s dance. Turn on the music.

3.Match the verbs and the nouns.
Make your own sentences with the word combinations.
protect the environment
drop old containers
pollute the atmosphere
recycle litter
go by public transport
pay a fine
We should protect the environment.
We shouldn’t drop old containers.
We shouldn’t pollute the atmosphere.
It is good to recycle litter.
It is better to go by public transport.
People should pay a fine for pollution.

3.Choose the right answer.
1. Litter is
rubbish which people drop in the streets.
2. Recycling is using litter again
3. A fine is
a) the money you pay if you do something bad
4. Air pollution is dangerouse because you can’t breathe
5. Pollution c)can kill people
6. There will be no air without c) forests
7. A plastic bottle lasts c) forever
8. Greenpeace is
an organization that protects the environment

4.Fill in the gaps with these words.
There is one extra word.
Our promise
The people of the Earth will protect their planet.
We will build special factories and recycle our rubbish.
Children will not drop litter and will help clean the forest.
We will never forget to turn on the electricity and water.

5.What mustn’t people do on the campsite? Write 3—4 sentences. Look at the picture for ideas.
People mustn’t drop litter.
People mustn’t cut the trees.
People mustn’t go by car through the fields.

8.Complete the sentences with the words in brackets. Use used to .
The air used to be good, the sun used to shine and it used to be warm.
They used to sleep in the tents on the ground.
They used to cook their food on the camping.
They used to pick berries and mushrooms.
They used to swim in the river.

6.Use the words in brackets in the Past Progressive.
She was washing up yesterday morning.
Peggy was writing a story at 7 o’clock last night.
They were picking up wood when we came.
We were singing songs at 10 o’clock last Monday.
I was reading a book when she called.
When we came, she was sleeping.

7.Put the verbs in brackets in the right form.
I saw him at 6 o’clock yesterday.
She heard nothing when she opened the door.
They wanted to play football at 9 o’clock yesterday.
My sister was in the park at 10 o’clock this morning.
When the teacher looked at them, they were talking.
He wanted to meet her at 10 p.m. yesterday.
They were on holiday when we called.

2.Correct the mistakes.
He was drinking juice when she came into the kitchen.
She was cooking dinner when he called.
They were playing when the film began.
We were going down the street when we met him.
My mother was buying vegetables when she saw me.

3.Put the words in the right order and write sentences.
I was sleeping when you called.
Mum was cooking dinner at ten o’clock.
I was having breakfast when I arrived.
Tim was doing his Homework at five o’clock yesterday.

1.Make questions from these sentences.
My father was cooking dinner at two o’clock this afternoon.
Was my father cooking dinner at two o’clock this afternoon?
Who was cooking dinner at two o’clock this afternoon?
What was my father doing at two o’clock this afternoon?
When was my father cooking dinner this afternoon?
My father was cooking dinner at two o’clock this afternoon, wasn’t he?
2. She was writing a letter to her friend when he phoned.
Was she writing a letter to her friend when he phoned?
Who was writing a letter to her friend when he phoned?
What was she doing when he phoned?
When was she writing a letter to her friend?

2.Make questions.
When were we making a campfire?
What was our teacher telling about when the bell rang?
Who was eating pizza at three o’clock?
Where was my Granny sitting when it got dark?

4.Listen, read and find.
British Airlines
f 52 and f 148
f 350

5.Find the translations of these sentences in the text.
It will take a long time.
It took me only three and a half hours.
How long does it take?
Fill in the gaps with the words train, plane, bus.
The train is faster than bus, but it is not as fast as the plane.
The train is more expensive than the bus, but it is not as expensive as the plane.
The plane is not as cheap as the bus, but it is faster than the train.
The train is not as expensive as the plane, but it is more comfortable than the bus.
The bus is the cheapest.
The plane is the most comfortable.

3.Answer the questions.
How long does it take to do your Homework? — It takes me two hours to do my Homework.
How long will it take you to get to Moscow? — It will take me eight hours to get to Moscow.
How long does it take your mother to cook dinner? — It takes my mother one hour to cook dinner.
How long did it take your friend to do his/her Homework yesterday? — It took my friend three hours to do his/her Homework yesterday.
How long did it take them to put up a tent? — It took them ten minutes to put up the tent.
How long does it take you to read a book? — It takes me one hour to read a book.
How long does it take builders to build a house? — It takes builders one year to build a house.

4.Read the words in transcription. Write them.
star night cheen catch
bone shy when monkey
look plane jam grow
wait dark firm ham
beauty colour front

C. Do the crossword and find the first key to the treasure.
Helori Roman Patrick Celt

2.Look at the picture and write:
What were the people doing when the boss came into the room?
Sabby was reading a book.
Maggy was writing a letter.
Peggy was playing computer games.
Simon was talking on the phone.

3.Answer the questions.
1. What were you doing at 6 p.m. yesterday? — I was doing my Homework.
2. What were you doing when the teacher came in the class? — I was reading a book.
3. What were you doing at 3 a.m. today? — I was sleeping.
4. What were you doing at 10 a.m. on Saturday? — I was playing football.
5. How long does it take you to get from home to school? — It takes me one hour to get from home to school.

4.Match the first and the second parts of the situations.
1. Let’s hurry! — b) Weare late.
2. Could you stick to the point? — d) We are very pressed for time.
3. To cut a long story short. — a) Let me tell you what happened in the end.
4. This story is very fishy. — d) I don’t believe you.

9.Choose the right answer.
In Russia 99 per cent of the children go to state schools.
Boys and girls go to school together.
There are some private schools in Russia.
There are some boarding schools in Russia.

1.Fill in the gaps.
I must read seven pages for the next test. I read four pages yesterday and I’ll read the other pages tomorrow.
Two of my Friends are coming on Saturday. The other Friends are coming on Sunday.
This tea is very nice. Give another cup!
This story is boring. Read another one.
Bill doesn’t want to go with us. He has other plans.

2.Write the sentences with should
You should help your mum.
Pupils should do their Homework.
Everybody should learn foreign languages.
People should protect the environment.

4.What do you know about table manners?
Say true or false
You should eat with your fork and spoon. True
You shouldn’t talk while you are eating. True
You can eat your cake with a spoon. True
You can eat chips with your fingers. True
You should keep your napkin on the table near your plate. True
The knife goes on the right of your plate. True
If something on the table is too far away, you can stand up and take it. False

Spoons should be for soup,
Forks — for cakes and stew.
But you shouldn’t try to bite
More food than you can chew.

Manners, (manners)
They are all that matters.
Sit as straight as you could,
Elbows should be close to your sides.

Manners, (manners)
They are all that matters.
You shouldn’t play with your food,
And you will be all right.

If something is too far,
You should pass it to your mates.
But you shouldn’t try to take
From other people’s plates.

To talk at table is polite,
And not to talk is rude.
And you shouldn’t try to talk
When your mouth is full of food.

At table every time
You should watch yourself,
And you shouldn’t start
Without a napkin on your lap.

Spoons are for soup,
Forks — for cakes and stew.
But never, ever try to bite
More food than you can chew.

Manners, (manners)
They are all that matters.
Sit as straight as you could,
Elbows close to your sides.

Manners, (manners)
They are all that matters,
Never play with your food,
And you will be all right.

If something is too far,
You should pass it to your mates.
But never, ever try to take
From other people’s plates.

To talk at table is polite,
And not to talk is rude.
And never, ever try to talk
When your mouth is full of food.

At table every time
You should watch yourself,
And never, ever start
Without a napkin on your lap.

2.Answer the questions
I should have a knife.
I should put a napkin.
I should never talk.
I should eat my cake with a spoon.

3.What are the children in the picture doing? Match the picture and the verb.
1. A girl is eating. 1 — eat
2. A boy is biting. 2 — bite
3. A girl is drinking. 3 — drink
4. A boy is chewing. 4 — chew

3.Look at the children and give them advice about their table manners.
1. You should use a knife.
2. You should sit straight.
3. You shouldn’t talk.
4. You should wash your hands.
5. You should put a napkin on your lap.

4.Complete the sentences.
St David’s is a public school.
In St David’s everybody has to wear uniform.
The pupils are polite to the teachers.
Some boys bully to Robin.
The teachers are very strict.
If the teacher is not happy with you, you can get a detention.

5.What do you know about public schools?
These schools are for the rich and talented.
The most famous public school in England are Eton and Harrow .Prince William, the son of Prince Charles and Princes Diana was the Eton College student.
A year at Eton costs J17 000.
Not everybody has to pay a lot of money. If you have special talents you can get a scholarship.

3.Complete the sentences with the Present Perfect form of the verbs in brackets.
He has not called his friend.
Misha has written a letter to his sister.
The children have cleaned the forest.
She has not walked the dog.
They have bought a new computer.
I have left the book at home.

4.Here is Mrs Morrison’s plan for the day. Write: What has she done. What hasn’t she done ?
She has made a cake.
She has bought a present.
She has written a letter.
She has decorated the house.
She hasn’t walked the dog.
She hasn’t turned off TV set.

1.Read, look at the picture and fill in the gaps. Use the verbs open, turn on, break.
Misha: Look! Somebody has just left the room.
Rob: Somebody has broken the window.
Misha: Yes! And somebody has opened all our bags.
Rob: Somebody has turned on the computer.
Misha: And what about your books?
Rob: I haven’t checked them yet.
Misha: Who could it be?
Rob: I don’t know.
Misha: Let’s clean the room!
Rob: Thank God the other boys haven’t come yet.

3.Complete the sentences.
I can’t phone my friend, because I have lost his phone number.
He can’t play, because he has not cleaned his room.
She is hungry, because her Mum has not cooked dinner.
He is happy, because his friend has sent an e-mail.

8.Answer: true, false or no information.
Misha has never met a famous person. False
Misha has fallen off a high tree and that’s the coolest thing he has ever done. False
Misha; has swum in the sea. No information.
Misha doesn’t know how to dive. No information.
Misha hasn’t been to Spain. True
Misha has never played football. No information
A jumbo jet is a plane. True

10.Match the questions and the answers from the poem.
Have you met famous people? — I have met Elton John.
Have you tried English tea? — I’ve tried English tea.
Have ever fallen off a very high tree? — I have never fallen off a very high tree.
Have you ever found money. — I have never found money.
Have you traveled to Spain? — I haven’t been to Spain.
Have you ever gone on a jumbo jet plane? — I’ve never gone on a jumbo jet plane.

11.Write about Misha.
Misha has met Elton John.
Misha has tried English tea.
Misha has never fallen off a very high tree.
When Misha was eleven, he did a parachute jump, and that’s the coolest thing he has ever done.
Misha has never found money.
Misha hasn’t been to Spain.
Misha has never gone on a jumbo jet plane.
Misha has seen a giraffe, and that’s the coolest thing he has ever seen.

2.Correct the mistakes.
He has just written a letter.
We have seen a very interesting film.
He has read a lot of books.
They have played many games already.
They have been to England.

3.Write true or false sentences about things you’ve done.
I have seen the London Eye.
I have been in America.
I have swum in the Pacific Ocean.
I have travelled in time.
I have spoken to the Queen.
I have flown in the sky.
I have lived in a castle.

4.Match the questions and the answers.
Is that your new dress? — b) No, I haven’t found one yet.
Have you read this book? — c) No, I’ve just bought it.
What have you already done? — a) I’ve washed up the dishes.

3.Translate into English.
Have you ever been to England?
She has never used Internet.
Have you ever jumped with a parachute?
Their team has never lost.

10.Choose the answer andfind the second key to the future.

1. Use the verbs in brackets in the Present Perfect or the Past Simple.
I have already read this book.
2 My father read this book last year.
3. I have never been to London.
4. My Friends were in London last year.
5.1 have seen this dress in the shop next to my house.
6. Every body has seen this dress. I want to buy a new one.
5. Find in the text and copy into your exercise books.
1. — sentences in the Past Simple
I didn’t know about it.
When was I late, sir?
I did skiing when I was seven and I did skating when I was four. But I gave up years ago.
2. — sentences in the Present Perfect
You have already lost us twenty points.
Why have I lost all these points, sir?
You have already been late three times.
And you’ve had three detentions.
Have you ever done any sports?
I’ve done skiing and skating,

7.Fill in the gaps with the words from the text.
There are four teams in St.David’s School: the Tigers, the Bears, the Sharks and the Foxes. The teams comlete. Every new pupil goes into one of the teams. If a pupil does something good, he earns his team points. If a pupil does something bad, he loses his team points. Pupils can also earn points if they do sports.

2.Write the sentences in the Present Perfect.
I’ve just bought this book.
They’ve never seen the stone of Destiny.
Their team has played a football match.
She’s never spoken to an Englishman.

3.Translate into English?
Have you ever seen a tiger? — Yes, I have.
When did you see it? — I saw it in the Zoo.
When did you see it? — I saw it this summer.

4.Complete the sentences with information from the text.
If you can sing beautifully — join the choir.
If you want to live dangerously — join the snowboarding club.
If you can learn quickly — join the Tiger football club.
If you can shout loudly — join the cheerleaders club.

2.Answer true or false. If false, give the right answer.
1. There are ten players in a football team. False There are eleven players in a football team.
2. No player can touch the ball with his hands. False The goalkeeper can touch the ball with his hands.
3. The most important thing in football is to score a goal. True
4. Football was invented in America. False Football was invented in England.
5. Russian’s most famous football goalkeeper is Lev Yashin. True
6. Italy has never been the world champion in football. False Italy has been the world champion in football.
7. There is a game called rugby football. True
8. There is a game called American football. True

6.Read and answer the questions.
The best forward is not in the team because he has joined the choir.
The game is important because it’s final.
No, they didn’t. The game ended in a draw.
Last year the Tigers won two games.

B. Who are these people? Match the words and the players.
1. — coach 2. — goalkeeper 3. — defender 4 — forward 5 — referee

C. Who does these things?
Goalkeeper stays in the goal.
Forward attacks the goal and scores.
Defender protects the goal.
Coach trains the team.

6.Complete the sentences with words from the brackets .
The Tigers were nervous.
The Bears played brilliantly.
The Bears didn’t give up easily.
Stabber made some fantastic saves.
Misha quickly ran back towards his goal.

10.Translate the dialogue into English.
Did you see the final?
No, what’s the score?
One — nil.
Who won?
The Tigers.
The Tigers. I can’t believe it.
Yes, their goalkeeper made several saves.
And who scored?
Misha Inin from Russia.
But he was a defender.
Yes, he was. But he is a natural forward.
The Tigers beat the Bears. That’s fantastic!

B. Fill in the gaps with a, an, or (no article) .
What an interesting trip!
What a beautiful city!
What a tasty food!
What a day!
What a move!
What a boring film!
What clever pupils!

7.Choose the right answer.
1. — a 2. — a 3. — b 4. — b 5. — b 6. — a

8.Make questions for these answers.
What was his name?
Where did he live?
What did he see one morning?
What did his father do?
Why was his mother angry?
What did Bjom’s father give him?
Where did the Vikings go to?
Who killed Bjom’s family?
Where did Bjom want to go to?

11.Answer the questions and find the third key to the treasure.
What made the Vikings the Kings of the sea? The ships.

3.Put the verbs in the Present Perfect or Past Simple.
My friend has never been to Moscow.
Helen has just come from St Petersburg. How did she get there? — She went by plane.
Yesterday I watched a very good film. — «The Matrix». I have already seen it.
Have you ever been to London? — Yes, I was there last year in summer.

4.Translate into English.
Our team has won!
And when did they win?
What was the score?
One — nil.
And how they play?
One team played beautifully. They won easily. Our keeper made three saves!
Who scored?
John Baker.
It’s a good news!

4.Look at the pairs of the sentences. Write new sentences with the words in brackets.
The Tigers had no hope because their brilliant defender, Sam Jackson, had broken his arm.
Misha joined the team befor the match had started.
Misha came to the Tigers because he had read their advert in the activities list.
Misha didn’t have any training but he had played very well.

2.Complete the sentences. Choose the right tense form.
He had learnt English before he went to England.
She went to Yaroslavl, because her friend had invited her.
I didn’t phone my friend because I had lost his phone number.
They went to the airport, because they had received a telegram.
Before he scored a goal he had dodged three players.

10.Answer the questions.
When did Scott leave England?
He left England on 15 June 1910.
2. Where did he go?
He went to the Antarctic.
3. How many men went with him?
Four men went with him.
4. When did he start the expedition?
Scott started the expedition on 1 November 1912.
5. How long did it take Scott to get the South Pole?
It took Scott half a year to get the South Pole.
6. Who was the first man at the South Pole? Ronald Amundsen was the first man at the
South Pole.
7. Whose flag did Scott see at the South Pole? He saw a Norwegian flag.
8. Did Scott come back?
No, he didn’t.

2.Make questions. Start with the words in brackets.
He had phoned his friend before he went to the theatre. (What?) — What had he done before he went to the theatre?
He had a stomachache because he had eaten a lot of cakes. (Why?) — Why had he a stomachache?
When she received a telegram her brother had already left. (Had?) — Had her brother already left when she received a telegram?
I couldn’t send an e-mail because I had lost her address. (What?) — What couldn’t I do because I had lost her address?

3.Translate the sentences. Use the verbs: arrive, leave, pay, eat, go, read, phone, forget.
When he came, the guests had already eaten the cake.
She couldn’t pay because she had left money at home.
Before she went to Moscow, she had read the book about it.
He couldn’t phone us because he had forgotten our phone number.

1.Fill in the gaps .
She was bom in 1910 in Macedonia. She was a Catholic nun and the founder of the early missions. These missions helped the poor and the sick.
In 1979 she got the Nobel Peace Prize for her work. She had started her work in Calcutta, but later her followers opened other missions in many other parts of the world.
Today there are about 500 centers in different countries. These centers give food to 500,000 families and help 90,000 sick people every year.

4.True or false. Correct mistakes.
1. Bill Gates was bom in the USA. True
2. Bill Gates went to Eton. False Bill Gates went to Harvard.
3. Harvard is the best university in England. False Harvard is the best university in the USA.
4. Bill Gates met his future business partner at university. True
5. Bill Gates didn’t graduate from the university. True
6. Today Bill Gates is a very poor man. False Today Bill Gate is a very rich man.
7. Microsoft is a computer software company. True

5.Write questions for the answers.
Where did his parents send him to when he was thirteen?
Where did he met his future business partner, Paul Allen?
Where did he go to after school?
When did he leave Harward?
Why did he leave Harward?

9.Fill in the gaps. Put the events in the correct order.
6 January, 1066 King Edward died. He left no children. Before he died he had given the English Throne to King Harold.
25 September, 1066 the Viking Harald Hardrada and his Viking army attacked. King Harold Godwinson beat the Vikings.
28 September, 1066 William left Normandy. Six hundred and ninety-six ships sailed to England.
30 September, 1066 William and his army landed near Hastings.
14 October, 1066 the Normans beat the English and William became the King of England.

6.Misha and Rob are dreaming about the party. What are the boys going to do?
The boys are going to climb down the roof.
The boys are going to get into town by taxi.
The boys are going to dance with girls, drink cola.
The boys are going to play pool.
The boys are going to play computer games.
The boys are going to have fun.
The boys are going to wear the coolest things.
The boys are going to eat tasty sandwiches.
The boys are going to get back by taxi.
The boys are going to climb up the roof.

2.Write the questions to the answers.
Rob is older than Misha. — Who is older, Rob or Misha?
Rob goes to a public school. — What school does Rob go to?
Yes, children have to wear uniform. — Have children to wear uniform?
The public school is in York. — Where is a public school?
No, the school is not new. — Is the school new?
Misha’s hobby is playing football. What is Misha’s hobby?
Agent Cute speaks four foreign languages. How many languages does Agent Cute Speak?

3.Complete the dialogue with the sentences from the box.
Hello. Can I speak to Alice?
Hi, Alice. I want to invite you to my birthday party. Will you come?
I don’t know. When is it?
It’s next Saturday at 4 o’clock.
Yes, Saturday is OK.
What’s the address?
Zhukov Street, 15 flat 108.
How do I get there?
You must go to the bus stop on Krasnaya Street and turn left at the supermarket. My house os on the left.
How long will it take me?
It’ll take you fifteen minutes.
And who have you invited?
I invited Katya, Alex, Dima and Dennis.
We’ll have a lot of fun. Bye!

2.Put the sentences into the Present Simple or the Future Simple.
If my friend has a problem, I will not let down him.
If the weather is bad, we will stay at home.
You will not find Friends if you are selfish.
You will do this test easily if you listen to the teacher now.
If this film is boring, we will go to the park.

3.Find six mistakes and correct them.
Jack is mean. He never gives me very expensive presents.
My friend is a workaholic. He stays in the office until 8 o’clock.
Sue is very intelligent. She can read or write.
Jane is very bossy, she never listen to good advice.
Kate is the most polite girl I have ever met. She always says hello to people.
Alex is very brave. He always turns off the light in his room.

2.Translate the sentences into English.
Friends always listen each other.
We didn’t see each other yesterday.
We phone each other every day.
Look at each other!

4.Put the verbs in brackets in the right form.
Evelyn and Rosy had been Friends before they went to school.
Evelyn came up to Rosy, when she was playing with her other Friends.
When Evelyn was in danger, Rosy couldn’t help her.
Evelyn’s mother didn’t know anything because Evelyn hadn’t told her anything.
Evelyn is the coolest person Rosy has ever met.