Rewrite the sentences in passive voice.

He opens the door. – The door is opened by him.

We set the table. – The table was set by us.

She pays a lot of money. – A lot of money is paid by her.

I draw a picture. – A picture is drawn by me.

They wear blue shoes. – Blue shoes are worn by them.

They don’t help you. – You aren’t helped by them.

He doesn’t open the book. – The book isn’t opened by him.

You do not write the letter. – The letter is not written by you.

Does your mum pick you up? – Are you picked up by your mum?

Does the police officer catch the thief? – Is the thief caught by the
police officer?


  1. Where do you come      at  by  for  from  in  on  with  ?
  2. My cousin lives      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   Norway.
  3. They are walking      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   the bridge.
  4. I don’t like flying, so I went to Paris      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   bus.
  5. You can stay      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   me tonight.
  6. My birthday is      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   29th February.
  7. I’ll see you      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   Christmas.
  8. Put the books      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   the table, please.
  9. I haven’t seen you      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   ages.
  10. I like this house      at  by  for  from  in  on  with   the river.

I’m Peter and I live      of  at in   Germany.      In  During  At   summer I like to travel      after  to towards   Italy, because      by  from of   the weather and the people there. Last summer I took a plane     from  over  against   Munich to Rome.      From  On After   the airport we went to our hotel      by  with  on   bus. We stopped      between  up at   a small restaurant for a quick meal. The driver parked the bus     behind  over  below   the restaurant. Nobody could find the bus and the driver, so we waited     outside  down  on   the restaurant     for  in  through   one hour. The driver was walking     across through  off   the small park     near over  round   the restaurant which we did not know. So we were very angry      along with  over   him. But my holidays were great. We sat      over at  round   campfires and went dancing      for  against till   the early mornings.


All Earth’s water, liquid fresh water, and water in lakes and rivers

All water on Earth in a sphere, placed over a "dry" globe

The Earth is a watery place. But just how much water exists on, in, and above our planet? About 71 percent of the Earth’s surface is water-covered, and the oceans hold about 96.5 percent of all Earth’s water. Water also exists in the air as water vapor, in rivers and lakes, in icecaps and glaciers, in the ground as soil moisture and in aquifers, and even in you and your dog.

Water is never sitting still. Thanks to the water cycle, our planet’s water supply is constantly moving from one place to another and from one form to another. Things would get pretty
stale without the water cycle! From sea, lake and riv

From sea, lake and river

The air surrounding the bottle gets cooled by the cold drink. When the air at outside is cooled it cannot hold more moisture. So some moisture condenses and becomes water. This water stays the outside of the bottle and makes us to think the bottle sweats.

Water always boils at 100˚C, right? Wrong! From the highest land point above sea level, Mount Everest, to the lowest, the Dead Sea, water’s boiling point can vary from just below 70 ˚C to over 101 ˚C. The reason for this variation comes down to the differences in atmospheric pressure at different elevations.

The ocean is blue because water absorbs colors in the red part of the light spectrum. Like a filter, this leaves behind colors in the blue part of the light spectrum for us to see. The ocean may also take on green or other hues as light bounces off of floating sediments and particles in the water.

As water cools it becomes more dense. At 39°F (or 3.98°C to be exact) water is the most dense. This is because the molecules are closest together at this temperature. The closer the molecules, the heavier.

Water Facts
Water is made up of two elements, hydrogen and oxygen. Its chemical formula is H2O.Each molecule of water is made up of two hydrogen atoms bonded to a single oxygen atom.
The existence of water is essential for life on Earth.Water has three different states, liquid, solid and gas.
The word water usually refers to water in its liquid state. The solid state of water is known as ice while the gas state of water is known as steam or water vapor.
Water covers around 70% of the Earth’s surface.The three largest oceans on Earth are the Pacific Ocean (largest), the Atlantic Ocean (second largest) and the Indian Ocean (third largest). More ocean facts.Found in the Pacific Ocean, the Mariana Trench is the deepest known point in the world’s oceans.Ocean tides are caused by the rotation of the Earth and the gravitational pull of the Moon and Sun acting on ocean water.Water from a sea or ocean is known as seawater. On average, every kilogram (2.2lb) of seawater contains around 35 grams (1.2 oz) of dissolved salt.The freezing point of water lowers as the amount of salt dissolved in at increases. With average levels of salt, seawater freezes at -2 °C (28.4 °F).The longest river in the world is the Nile River, it reaches 6650 kilometers in length (4132 miles).The second longest river in the world is the Amazon River, it reaches 6400 kilometres (4000 miles) in length.The longest river in the USA is the Missouri River. At around 2,340 miles (3,770 km) in length it is slightly longer than the Mississippi River (2,320 miles). The two combine to form the longest river system in North America.Water makes a good solvent with many sugar, salts and acids easily dissolving in it. On the other hand oils and fats don’t mix well with water.The water cycle involves water evaporating (turning into a gas), rising to the sky, cooling and condensing into tiny drops of water or ice crystals that we see as clouds, falling back to Earth as rain, snow or hail before evaporating again and continuing the cycle. Learn more about the water cycle.Water in the form of ice is found at the polar ice caps of the planet Mars, some scientists have also suggested the possibility of liquid water on the red planet.

Pure water has no smell and no taste, it also has a pH level around 7.While most people know that water boils at 100 °C (212 °F), this is at the normal conditions of sea level. The boiling point of water actually changes relative to the barometric pressure. For example, water boils at just 68 °C (154 °F) on the top of Mount Everest while water deep in the ocean near geothermal vents can remain in liquid form at temperatures much higher than 100 °C (212 °F).Water expands as it cools from 4 °C to 0 °C (above 4 °C it does the opposite). In freezing conditions, water has been known to burst water pipes as it freezes to ice.Water can move up narrow tubes against the force of gravity in what is known as capillary action.

Most people around the world have access to clean drinking water but it is a major problem in poorer areas of the world. Water pollution and low quality water can lead to dangerous bacteria, disease and viruses .
Drinking water is needed for humans to avoid dehydration, the amount you need each day depends on the temperature, how much activity you are involved in and other factors.An important use for water is in agricultural irrigation, this is when water is artificially added to soil in order to assist the growth of crops.Water is used frequently by firefighters to extinguish fires. Helicopters sometimes drop large amount of water on wildfires and bushfires to stop fires spreading and limit the damage they can cause.

The water industry helps deliver water to homes in various cities and countries around the world. This can involve services such as purification, sewage treatment, filtering, distillation and plumbing.Electricity can be created from hydropower, a process that uses water to drive water turbines connected to generators. There are many hydroelectric power stations around the world.Water also plays a role in cooking. Steaming and boiling food are well known cooking methods. You may have noticed this last time you made pasta or noodles.Water is also used for fun. Water sports are a very popular recreational activity and include things like swimming, surfing and waterskiing. Ice and snow is also used in ice skating, ice hockey, skiing and snowboarding.


Marathon refers to a running race that stretches over 42 kilometres, or about 26 miles. Marathons require extensive training, sometimes lasting months, and completing a marathon is a significant accomplishment for most people. Marathons are held all over the world and the men’s marathon has been a part of the Summer Olympic Games since 1896 (the women’s marathon event was added to the Olympics in 1984).

Most marathons are run on paved road courses, which are relatively straight and easy to navigate. Recently, ultra-marathons have become more popular.

These marathons are run on more difficult courses that combine paved surfaces and dirt roads, mountain trails or other rugged terrain. Ultra-marathon courses also cover longer distances than traditional marathons – some courses can be 160 kilometres or more.

Many marathon enthusiasts agree that the most gruelling marathon in the world is the Barkley Marathons, held each year in the woods of Tennessee in the United States. The Barkley Marathons course covers between 97 km (the ‘fun run’) and 160 km (the full course) and requires runners to climb roughly 16,500 metres, almost twice the height of Mount Everest, over a period of 60 hours. More than a thousand runners have attempted the Barkley Marathons and only 15 have finished, two of them more than once.

What are some sports you like watching? Why?

I like watching tennis and boxing. When I was little, my dad used to watch boxing a lot, which is why I like to watch it. And I started to love tennis thanks to my friend.

What are some sports you dislike watching? Why?

Do you play any sports? If so, which ones?

I have been engaged in fencing for several years,

Would you like to learn how to play a sport or do an activity? What would you like to learn?
I really want to learn tennis because it has been my dream for a long time

Why are sports so popular?

Do you know of any interesting or strange sports or activities?

Held in East Dublin, Georgia every summer since 1996, this athletic event involves unique sports you might not usually see in any other sporting context. Some of the events include toilet seat tossing, seed spitting, mud belly flops, armpit serenades, and dumpster diving. 

Held in East Dublin, Georgia every summer since 1996, this athletic event involves unique sports you might not usually see in any other sporting context. Some of the events include toilet seat tossing, seed spitting, mud belly flops, armpit serenades, and dumpster diving.

What two sports would you like to mix?

Do you prefer to watch sports or play them? Why
I used to play a lot of football as a child, but now I neither watch nor play

What do you think is the most dangerous sport?
Of course, there are many dangerous sports that I do not know about, but I think boxing


English in Mind 2, pages 8,9

Oxford Word Skills, pages 20, 21, 22

English | September 22-30

Lesson 1

Revision exercises/page 9

Lesson 2

Read the dialogue on page 10

Grammar: first conditional

Hometask :ex.2,page 10,ex.3,4,page 11


2. B: Well, perhaps they should eat more breakfast in the morning.

3. B: Yes, a bit. I think I shouldn’t go to school about it.

4. B: No, It’s almost dark. We shouldn’t go this evening.

5. B: Yes, you have. You should be more relax today.

6. B: It’s because you were rude to him. You should be more polite, you know.


Pg. 10, Ex. b
1. What does William think about himself?
He think that he’s so bored.
2. What dos Sam think about Emily Jones?
He think that Emily is a unkind person.
3.Why does Sam say «you’re mad!»?
Because Sam think that he shouldn’t do things just to impress other people.
4. Why does William want to take a risk?
Because he never taken a risk, and h think that, when he take a risk he will gat what he want.
5. Why won’t William enjoy diving?
He can’t swim and he is so frightened.
6. Does Sam think William should do?
He said that William should forget about Emily Jones and about driving.

Brithish Council

1. Something you think a thought.
2. The part of a person that lives after they die a spirit.
3. Something you feel, e.g. happiness, sadness a feeling.
4. Used again a spirit.
5. Happening without plan random.
6. The part of your mind that you dont know you are using the subconscious.
7. Something that means something more than you think when you firs see it symbolic.
8. Not sleeping awake.

My dreams

My dreams are very strange to me. I go to bed early to have some dreams. It’s been two days since I started having nightmares. All my dreams can be said to come true. It seems to me that my dreams want me to explain something because I have the same dream several times. And I love telling my friends about my dreams. Sometimes I dream so well that I do not even want to wake up, I realized that I have good dreams in the morning.