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ISBN 978-967-18342-2-0 Eve's Food Photography), 60 (fanily,Tetra Images), 72 (hike/Zero Creatives), 78 (volleyba11/Kate Mirchell); press Association Inages pp57 (Missy Franklin/ First published 2021 Michael Sohn/AP), 57 (Claudia Fragapane/At Widak/Demotix); Rex Features p24 (walking to school/HAp/euirky China News); Shutrerstock pp14 (smiling English PIus 1 2nd Edition Year 5 (Workbooh) was originally published in woman/MJTH), 23 (family dinner/RonTech3000), 30 (short eared owl/Mark English in 2016. This edition is published by arrangement with Oxford Bridger), 30 (springbok/Johan Swanepoel), 71 (Sydney Opera House/Nadezda Universiry Press. My Bookstore Sdn Bhd is solely responsible for this adaptation fi'orn the original work and Oxford University press shall have Zavitaeva); South West News Service pp64 (Chris Hesford/S\\,\\T{, 64 no liability for any errors, omissions or inaccuracies or ambiguities in such (Chris Hesford/S\\ adaptations or for any losses caused by reliance thereon. 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Enquiries concerning reproduction outside the scope ofthe above should be sent to the ELT Rights Department, Oxford Uniyersity Press, at the address above You n-rust not circulate this work in any other form and yor: must impose this same condition on any acquirer Links to third party websites are provided by Oxford in good faith and for information only. Oxford disclaims any responsibility for the materials contained in any third party website referenced in this work ACI(NOWLEDGEMENTS Cover photographs reproduced with pennission from: Alamy Images (cookery class/ Juice Images); Getry Images (teen boys skateboarding/altrendo images). Illustrationsby: I,]an Rowe pp.4, 10, 31, 45; Clive Goodyer pp .g,12,22,37,53, 68; David Oakley pp.70, 74; Joanna KerI p.7 (teacher, bag, pen, book, table); KJA Artists pp.17, 106; Mark Draisey pp.15, ZO, 29, 38, 46, s4, 6Oi Mark Ruffle pp.6, 7(Mobile, house), 21, 44, SZ, 1.07,102,103, 104, 105; Martina Farrow pp.100; Paul Daviz pp.8, T 4,26, 50, SS; Stephanie Stdckland p.39. Tlrc publisher wouldlike to thankthe forlotuitrgfor permission to reproduce photographs: 123RF pp6 (coat/Arina Zaiachin), 13 (Natural History Museum/Sung Kuk Kin), 14 (teensnhdim Guzhva), 16 (building blocks/\\4adrmir Nenov), 18 (school/ Hongqi Zhang), 22 (giving flowersAr'y'avebreak Media Ltrl), 28 (panda/Christian Musat), 30 (bluebird/Steve Byland), 30 (brom bear/Jan-ren percy), 30 (hippo and cub/Eric Isselee), 30 (bears/Michal Kadleaek), 33 (serval wild cat/Duncan Noakes), 48 (washing salad/petro Feketa), 49 (fruit salarl/margouillat); Alamy Images ppS (girl smiling/itanistock), 5 (friendsfietra Images), 16 (Miniland/ Greg Balfour Evans), 20 (having breakfast/Juice Images), 25 (costume/Veryan Dale), 25 (World Book Day costumes,Veryan Dale), 27 (marching band/ CIaIence Holmes Events), 76 (Chester/eye3s.pix); Corbis pp5 (boy/peter Griffith/Masterfile), 14 (young man/Leland Bobbe/lmage Source), 19 (market/ Eurasia Press/Photononstop), 32 (butterfly group/Ingo Arndt/Minden pictures), 41 (clirrbers/Robeft Niedring), 56 (wheelchair basketball/Zak Hussein), 57 (Brazil v Croatia 2014/Chris Bmnskill), 62 (World,s smallest and tallest nan/ Facunda Arrizabalaga/epa), 65 (J.K. Rowling/Alessia pierdomenico/Reuters), 73 (rock pool/Alex Robinson/Robert Harding World Irragery), 75 (pleasure boats/Kim Kirby/LOOP IMAGES); Getty Inages pp4 (smiling girl[^/estend61), 40 (sailing/Michael Blann), 59 (Andy Murray/Dan Istitene), 6Z (Johanna Pauline Musters/Sean Sexton), 67 (Taylor- Swift/Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic), 77 (giraffe/kali9), 79 (Scouts/Andreas Rentz); OUp pp6 (dictionary/Mark Mason), 6 (pen/Prapann), 6 (bag/Dennis Kitchen Studio, Inc), 6 (book/Juclith Coliins), 6 (laptop/Yulia Nikulyasha Nikitina), 7 (boy/hage Source), 8 (boy with laptop/ BananaStock), 14 (student/michaeljung), 14 lrnature wonan/photodisc), 30 (large crocodile,A,/olodymy,r Burdiak), 30 (rabbit/BradleyvdW), 30 (cheetah/ Photodisc), 32 (butredy/photodisc), 42 (student looking through microscope/ Lisa F. Young), 42 (r'ed notebook/cooperr),42 (teacher and students/STEEx), 42 (maths equipment/Sergio Stakhnyk), 42 (Ancient Greek helmet/A,/artanov Anatoly), 42 (computer/Dems Rozhnovsky), 49 (fast food/Mindscape Studio), s0 (smiling boy/Ed1ta Pawlowska), 50 (smiling girl/KidStock), 51 (tndian food/

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3 t,',,',,,'!,:iili*,i::r Read the text. Choose the correct words. The children go to school 1 on foot / on foot and by minibus. The journey is 2 easy / difficult. The children of Genguan vi[age in the south of China get up The children walk behjnd,,Mi Xu for an hos!', Ih.ey go::throUgh early every day and have breakfast. AfLer breakfast, they start tu nnets an d :thev rwelk' on, a, ve,ry.,dan0erotls pa rL' of .,the,p ath their l\"ong journey to school. But these boys and girls don't There. js a qaferr rpeth ts the schooli,rbut it takes two.hqUrs.,,fhe go with their parents - they atways go with thejr head teacher, ichoot is ,cn[ed Banpo,Sc]roorl 36{ it?5 in]a nice,place:in thel Mr Xu. m'odntainSt,:rlt :snl't:ve,rrv,rbig,and',th.ere ,ar:e on.[y,foity;11,inrgr'stud Mr Xu doesn't take the students by coach or minibus. He goes 'uvith the chjldren on foot and they watk on a path to their At school, the ch.iLdren a[ have ctasses with their teachers anC scnooL in the mountajns. The mountains are very quiet and pretty. But the journey is dangerous because the path is otd in the break, the boys and girLs pl.ay or chat with friends. Wher and small. iahoot fi nishes; itli rtime: to. go ho mi;::and, th€ stttdehts ita rt tonq and difficultj,6.u]rney, agaj,n; X t::i \"li,!:';,iii;r:i:,iii; Read the text again. Write frue or false next 3 What is the name of the school? 4 What do the children do when school finishes? to the sentences about the school. 5 How long is your journey to school? It is in china. tra* Do you like the journey to Banpo School? Why / 1 lt is near Genguan village. Why not? 2 lt has got a head teacher called Mr Xu. 3 lt is in the mountains. 4 lt has got a lot of students. W Read the text again. Complete VOCABULARY,;,1.';',',r:,;,:,.,;';:;:i;;!1;:, PLUS Complete the sentences with the words. the sentences with one word from the text. aunt brother daughter father ln the morning the children get up g-flr1Y.. . granddaughter grandfather grandmother 1 The children start their journey after grandson mother sister son uncle 2 The students don't walk to school with their The mountains are pretty and they are too..',..-,,,,.. vY iltidI i! walkOn the path, the children .. .. .. *3*-*la{-n*e******rw*YM*i\"c-ha{el Sall'vt **,-*- Ceonce Mr Xu. [email protected]*Mkry{;r?*r*-- 'fir 5 The school is small. lt's got h{arry Torm iivr -r,-aL rK setty students. 1 Sally is Betty's w#tkp\"r and George is Betty's 6 When the children have a break, they with their friends or PlaY. 2 Jane is Mark's and Michael is Mark's t:ii:,i::'.,j;j,;;i;,,Answerthequestions.Writecomplete Mark is William's and Betty is sentences. William's and Sally is Who do the children go to school with? Michael is Sally's and Mark is Sally's Tfu*V ** ti: c*&**{wit& Mt Kcd\" Michael's and William is Betty is Sally's 1 Why is the journey slow and dangerous? Helen is Harry's i2 How long is tf',u quicker *rf f. i\" t.f,r\"\"f Harry's 24 Days

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F 3 Which,i:;.\"::i:!il;i;::;::i.:,::,' animal is the odd one out? '3 :;:;;i:i;.'fiii;: Read the clues and write the animals. camel,ffffiq i raffe, e I e p h a nt camel elephant giraffe octopus 1 fish, whale, gorilla, octopus panda scorpion spider 2 girafle, cat, rat, rabbit ANtlilfrty! 3 dog, elephant, camel, fish 4 eagle, frog, butterfly, bat ,[t lives in,China. l1:5,'51;l][ uni'*t it*. fi ea*1fot more tha.n 5 scorpion, crocodile, rabbit, snake 6 giraffe, panda, bear, ostrich twelve hours every day! j?-.$td,e ;;'.;,;i;.;.:;i|y1;l;:: How many animals can you see? Write sentences with the words. butterfly crocodile eagle elephant frog giraffe @swr.h scorpion snake r,rdater for. six monthsl 1. ,.' A Itb smaH and it,usually lives in hot'p.136s5: [1-liilgot a] dangerous tail. a It has got very big ears and a long nose. lt sometimes for seV€hty,Vearsl 1\"'.r, I i hts: g ot eiEht.'leg!: lt oftex, e515, ql or-,'of ih iects i n one day.6 *r il::l::::*write the animals in the correct place. Then use your dictionary to write ten more animals. bat bear eagle g+ra{fe gorilla octopus whale -big E*and *mia*afs T her-g aW tw a ostric-hag. 1 2 ... 3 4 5 6 7 I 28 Wild life

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ft ,:1;i',;i.:ji:N!:,!;i1!1i;, Read the text. Choose the correct answer. gX- Read the text again. Match the information The school is different because the students ... with paragraphs A-F. a learn to make boats. The time of lunch at the school. .b b have all their lessons on boats. c go out on boats in the school day. 1 The location of the school in the UK. 2 The name of the lake next to the school. 3 The name of a girl at the school. 4 The time of breakfast. 5 Some of the subjects at the school. 6 Where the students climb. students in Year 7 at M Windermere boarding school are having Wffiffiffi Answerthe questions. Write complete breakfast. They're all wearing school uniform, sentences. ready for their first iesson at 8.45. What are the students doing at B a.m.? Y3teylrs &lavin$ bna-akf-qst. W Pernaps you're thinking: :lThat soi'Lnds: l.ike,thre, l 1 What are the students wearing? start o.f the .daYI al:':,' t,' :' 2 Why is Lake Windermere special? 3 wi;; ;; r.rronrr'; ;;;iloayi , : .: 5.irou1 in the,no-rth of En$and isn't a,normaLschool. 4 What do the students use when they go on ffi,,whiii *,ese eiqv,qa,,and twetve'yea.r:-otc :ttudents ar,e in class the lake? r:.r.r r and-they. lookiout:of the wind0w; theli:,0a$'seg$Om€thinfl , ,,,r Do you think boarding schools are a good idea? Why / Why not? , ,,:',:,,amazing,,ltlS Lakerwindermgre gng gf the mOSt:beautifUt I lakes in England. ffi: Mss1 $,;ys,,the,s,1q!gpts,:itudy,,subjects''i;1ug mslti{: a(,,, \",,: Do you like the sound of this school? Why / Why not? ,,. ,, .,: i:E:fl 6! iS h::0i,,SCignCe f.rOm, 8, 45,t0,,4:00,: W-i{h: lulReh :at 12 ;45., r.r, .:r\":But every,.&,Q.,weekS;,a1[ the,,bojs ,and, $rlsrgo, o,ut,:of,, rr , ' : , ,: ,,:,,:,,',school fOr:a, molninB,of:,-an:afterno0h:,r. :'::.:;'.:,,;1,::. :ffi.1n :,,i*,tlnrC.,foi'a:$$-6eial:,visit]to,lhar :neiionrl: rBark,,a1oUnrd',' .ti...l;!l:.,.::i:.i:l::iii::,vocABULARYPLUSCompletethe ,,r 'r,:r.{lp 5gfi66l::,students:clim,b,.ia::t}io,:mountain$ h:ere:oi:sQ,,0n:, , sentences with the words. ,,,;,',':,:;;;,:.'' 1et.:.lAik€.in,,,b4.',1n* school has got a lot of bnatsr'aho',,ihe boat boading primary private secondary '@,:,,1li )fineiltp,iimi,rOi.the.lakell,sayS,twetve;year:=old'Ellie;'1ilS aOur project is about bc*rdii'tg school. Stude , ,,:...,rr,0'he,of,the:lbesfthinfs, a,b00t.[ife,,hdte,:.qt,:thg,5-chooli live at the school and sleep there. . school in a1 We're learning about X ,;i',,'i;i;:..,,riiii!li;:: Read the text again and write true or false. lndia. The children there are from five to eleven yea Windermere is a boarding school. tra* old. 1 The students can see the lake from 2 The school n my, oroject is different. lt's on the and it's called a school. the school. 3 This is aTV programme about an expensive 2 Every week the students go out ofthe school in the UK. school for a morning or afternoon. 4 That school in the picture is for older students afrom eleven to sixteen. lt's 3 Windermere School is only for boys. .... .. 4 The school is in a national park. 5 The school has got one boat. 6 Ellie really likes her time on the lake. 40 Learning world

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3 ;:l;:,,':,:!i:iii:iii.iliir, Look at the pictures. Correct the words. ru Read the clues and complete the crossword. eggs vagatabla-* 1 fish 2 crisps 'Fi,,'i;'n.ird.,;.\"t1htuiei1ilie; xtra word. ww ( 1 This famous food from ltaly is very popular. 2 This is the most common drink in the world. people 3 juice 4 burgers 5 soup also wash their face in it. 3 These are vegetables. They are sometimes long and green. 4 People make sandwiches with this. 5 Children like these. But they are bad for your teeth. In the UK, people eat these with fish. They,re not ver^ healthy. They are made from potatoes. This is white. lt is very popular in countries like China and Japan. This is yellow or white. lt is on top of a pizza. 6 cheese 7 chicken 8 vegetables 8\",,,,:::l:,iiL:\\iii Complete the text with the words. apple €frsps fizzy drinks juice meat nuts pasta salad sandwiches water radf i|iiie:,iy,,iAi/r;ootdinntersso!takeay:n;6hbax to;,sa76O;,**;:,@;)A,rylyluiclboxtgttgnhave.A',t:,::,,:,: i* AUa E.a!,;;i::it,t'l;:;tO ri* p*t..:t.,.,'. t,::;ai,*ai e, r The extra word is: llri,ba a : ry {;|iifiit,lmagine you have a speciat tunch with you bgpgr1 .,,,,.,,:,.;,'t,i...,,,',,:,:,..,.,;,;,:,:.,;a-11..tthink Nhiee a1e fer,y.o,u., , ,,,..,, every day. What is in your perfect lunchbox? !,aiea;/Waya;gbme;fyyttoo-mayb.e.anicereA,,t,:,,':,,:.,,:':1,.\",, im z*y p*rf e*$ lw**kb*x tk*r* arr\" tw* *kae,*s. a*d s*l*d *a*&z*,ti**t** iviffu ffi*a br*\"ad\" l ffi makeA,il:hem,:.Ntth',vhibb,,ai,brpwn:bleAd;:sy6,:sfif,,:,: ,. ,):.'. ,,,'1,,,,Wit., :eually VuNs somea 'ln*h'em,ltke ,9 ,,:l:cKen, or perhaps eome nlce cheese, or somehealthy W#, ::3e? 5 . AL our school we can'Lhave a liVe cola. so I alway. tal e some sVp e .We can drinka Lac, -=.. : ,ie'u home every day I waeh my lunchbox.Then ii'e - ''. dinner.We always -..: a\"trcl rneal - perhaps - : ,iane .. :',,,eqelable,c cr a biq pizza 44 Food and health

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3 ,ti':'ii,t:1:i:ililil;;ri,Read the text. Choose the correct answer. textRead the,,:1.:;'.,.i.i;l:;,,;',1';i;l;iti;, again. Write frue or false. Phoebe is making ... Phoebe ... a some chocolate sweets. is twelve years old. b a new type ofschool dinner. c a special meal. 1 is washing some bowls in water. 2 is making food for her family. 3 is in a competition for chiidren in the UK. 4 is with three other young people in the last programme. 5 makes the tastiest food of all the children. 6 doesn't speak when she becomes Junior Masterchef. Twelve-year.oldr Ph:q,ebe, Ri[ey:ris :ve ry:'busy- Sh e:s,]wash ing'''a ,i1i;'tt;!ri',,;i;;i;,,.i;:Answerthequestions.Write lot. o1 ve getab ies,,in,co I d,watbq.ShelS coo,kin$ :so m e pasta complete sentences. nn:$.shs's, prep,aring:a What is Phoebe doing with the pasta? 'rhoColatg,desseit,,,,\"',,, *h*'* **rt'*.i*g the. pa*!a '1s, 5lig::makjii g, d,in nei:for .hei,fam i ly?',Or:. is:Sh'e in a coo ki ng .tesson, at,schoot? The,.answer,'is hsrr,rPhoebe is on a TV 'l How old are the children on the TV show? How many children can go on Junior Masterchef every year? ,tluiiar,Matster.chef,iS'ra,'co:mpetitisn,rfor:rchi[dren:a$ed',.ei$lit , Why are the children working very fast? wf'.rut ao\"l pf,o.U. make forone part of her meal? to, twertve, f he,.iom p*rtio n.,ti**s'th6,,hest,,yo ung ; c o o k i n th e Utt Eveiy : r, :3,:rl61,,t1,ro rn€: p6o0le aSli: to.l€o on J-r n i$iv \" : Do you watch TV programmes like Junior Why /Why not? Vea Masterc:hiif, but,6nly *ventv'four ihildteh, cah go on rthe:TV: pr0grammes. * ], O lt's the last programme of this yeals competition. Phoebe ;; ;\", *r., t\" ;; ;; . TV prosramme tike this? and three other children are working very fast. They're making a special three-course dinner but they haven't got Why / Why not? much time - two hours! kls:now,.tlte,,la5t.fiVe mi nutes, of:the,,0i6gr'anrfie; The jud$esr,: 5t{,,7i.,.'\":,!:tiiiiiit V O C A B U L A RY P L U C o m p I e t e t h e :a re, eatihg pr ft ,,of. Phneibels ,mea t a,b6wi',of , ta.sty ve geta b te Mydaddoesalotof exercise-het r a i * * so * p,, .tE rh ei,food,,!he:' nest?, rh e aniwer, is lyes' !r rPh oe b e i s now Junior Masterchef ! LI iT,hi gr isrrd he,'6f :,th e. happ i:€si daVs,,of r fi y, lif0i, says'Phoebe.' r, every day. 1],rm r:eally excited And,pIOUd, f 'rl,vety,,ha,ppyll 1 After your pasta, you can have a delicious - - -d with fruit in it. 2 'That sandwich is very big.' A ,i,.Iiff-,\"iA*i;,f*: Read the text again. Match phrases 1-5 with 'Yes, it's e-------l' paragraphs A-F. 3 Lasagne is a popular d ---from ltaly. A lot of work but not much timel * You can find it in a lot of ltalian restaurants. 1 Junior Masterchef - a popular competition - -4 There are a lot of v - - in fruit - it's good to eat an apple every ciay. 2 Phoebe makes the best meal. 3 Phoebe isn't at school - she's on TV! - - -5 Would you like a b of rice with your food? 4 One very happy girl! 5 Phoebe does a lot of different things. 48 Food and health

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