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1. names
2. boys
3. days
4. nights
1. I havent got a grandson.
2. He is not funny.
3. My son isnt 22 years old.
4. ou dont have a big family.
5. ou cant tell me about your family.
1. o you have a sisterD
2. Is my grandson funnyD
3. o you have a big familyD
4. o I love my sonD
5. Gan you tell me about your daughterD
1. How old are youD
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4. How old is your daughterD
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tell, your, have, do, dont, name, have, son.
I have a sister and a brother. My brother is 43 years old
and my sister is 39 years old. Im 45 years old. I have two
children. My sons name is Mazim. He is 24. My daugh-
ters name is Maria, she is 22 years old. I have a grandson,
his name is |ndrew. He is two years old and he is very
funny. I love my family.
Chapter 4.

blue
brown
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2. No, she is medium height.
3. es, Garl is thin and tall.
4. es, the daughter is cute. She is blonde with wavy hair
and big blue eyes.
5. es, he has a beard.
1. my brother
3. her daughter
4. their parents
5. your name
6. your daughter
1. name
2. from
3. have
7. very
9. occupation
Hello@ My name is |nna, Im forty-
ve years old. I have a
daughter. She is very cute. She is tall and slim, she has wavy
hair and brown eyes. She is single but she has a boyfriend. He
is twenty-two and his name is Mazim.
Chapter 5.
1. uarter past siz
2. seven thirty / half past seven
3. ten past eight
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can
describe
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4. uarter to ten
5. twenty to three
early~ seven oclock in the morning~ half past seven~ at ten.
to eat sandwich and eggs~ to drink co
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3. come
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6. play
7. cook
Chapter 7.
|re doing, Im sitting and reading, Im planning, Im
coming.
amisare
7. When its stormy outside I like to stay home, drink cof-
fee and read fresh magaines.
Chapter 8.
zpensive% more ezpensive% the most ezpensive,
cheap% cheaper% the cheapest, bad% worse% the
worst, thin% thinner% the thinnest, big% bigger% the
biggest, fat% fatter% the fattest, good% better% the
best, brave% braver% the bravest.
1. cheap% ezpensive
2. young% old
3. big% small
4. fast% slow
5. happy% sad
6. interesting% boring
7. busy% free
8. high% low
9. good% bad
10. new% old
1. o
en seldom
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3. here there
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5. easily hardly
1. blue, tight (more tight% the most tight), big (bigger%
the biggest).
Chapter 9.
5. In uly she was in }ussia with her grandson.
6. es, she likes Sankt Petersburg.
7. She was there with her grandson.
8. She was in Moscow with her family. She helped her
daughter with her children.
1. He helped me yesterday.
2. What did you do in uneD
3. id you see this 
lmD
4. id she play tennis yesterdayD
5. We were in Moscow in |ugust.
2. swam
3. woke, went
4. told, was
5. ate
6. came
7. bought
8. ordered, cost
Chapter 11.
have travelled, have been.
have / has been, have / has had, have / has written, have /
has learned, have / has travelled, have / has watched, have
/ has seen.
1. I have never been to ondon.
2. She has already seen this 
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3. Have you travelled a lotD
ey have been to Moscow twice.
5. We have never been to South orea.
1. once
2. beautiful, amaing, great, so much
3. attractions, awesome
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