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  1. TANKÖNYV


INTRODUCTION – HOW ARE YOU?
Track 2. HOW ARE YOU?

Time for English, time for is English.

Where's your grin? Where's your grin?

I am glad to see you, I am glad to see you!

Let's begin. Let's begin.
Clap, clap clap your hands, clap your hands together,
stamp, stamp, stamp your feet, stamp your feet together,
turn, turn, turn around, turn around together,
sit, sit sit sit down, sit sit down together.
Track 3. BY THE SEA

We are by the sea. Look.

Some big boats … a lighthouse … and a beach ... a family …and some dogs …

a blanket … a sun umbrella … a basket … some food and drink … a football …

a dress … a pair of sandals … a pair of shorts … a T-shirt … a swimsuit … a sun hat … a pair of sunglasses … a pair of flip-flops … a pair of swimming trunks …

a starfish… a deckchair.


Track 4. RICK’S FAMILY

Rick has got a big family: mother, father, sister, younger brother, grandmother and grandfather. Now they are on the beach. Oh, I can’t see grandma and grandpa…they aren’t here. They are at home.

Katie is Rick’s sister. She is near the water. What’s that? It’s a starfish! Katie is scared.

Harry is Rick’s younger brother. Rick is tall and strong. Harry is young but he is strong too. They are happy. They like football.

Mum is in the water. She isn’t tired. She is a good swimmer.

Dad is on the blanket, under the sun umbrella. That’s his favourite book. It’s a funny book. Look at dad. He is happy.

The dogs are under the sun umbrella. They are sleepy. And Rocky? He is hungry!

Track 5. BY THE LAKE

We are by the lake. Look. A lake … a tent … a beach ball … a fishing rod ….

a towel ... a jetty.

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It’s cloudy. It’s a bit cool. There is a tent under the trees, near the lake. There are some bikes behind the tent. There are helmets on the bikes. There is a small boat near the jetty. Dad is on the jetty. He has got a fishing rod. Réka is on the jetty too. She has got a big towel. She is a bit cold. Grandma is near the tent. She has got a good book.


There is a small table near the deckchair. There are some grapes on the table. There is some water too.

Mum is in the lake. She is a good swimmer.


Track 6. PLACES TO VISIT IN ENGLAND

Lots of people like walking holidays. There are very nice mountains, forests, lakes and beaches in England.

You need a hat, sunglasses, a pair of good shoes and a jacket. Take some water, food and a map in a backpack. Go with your friends and family – it is fun.

The Jurassic Coast Walk is my favourite. It is long – 125 kilometres. You can also visit Dinosaurland in Lyme Regis.


UNIT 1 – FUN AT SCHOOL



Track 7. IN THE SCHOOL PLAYGROUND

draw … eat … play tag … count … write … skip … stand

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We are in the school playground. We like drawing. We like eating.



We like playing tag. We like sitting and writing. We like skipping and counting.

We like standing and talking. We like listening to music. We like reading.

We like playing.
Track 8. RÉKA’S TIMETABLE

Maths…Science…Grammar…PE and Games…English…History…Music…

Literature…Drama …Crafts …ICT…Art

PE: Physical Education

ICT: Information and Communication Technology

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Réka On Monday we’ve got Maths, Science, Grammar, PE and Games and English.

On Tuesday we’ve got History, English, Music, Literature, PE and Games.

On Wednesday we’ve got Maths, Grammar, English, Drama and Crafts.

On Thursday we’ve got Maths, History, Science, Literature, PE and Games and ICT. On Friday we’ve got a lesson with our class teacher, Maths, English, and a double period of Art.

Track 9. IN CLASS


Réka We are in the gym. We are playing.

We are in the Maths classroom. Our teacher is writing on the blackboard. We are counting.

We are in the ICT classroom. We are playing computer games.

We are in the English language classroom. We are talking, drawing and writing.


Track 10. THE SCHOOL BAND

a band…a singer…a musician…a piano…play the piano…a violin…play the violin …a flute…play the flute

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The school has got a band. It isn’t big but it is very good. There are some fantastic musicians and singers in the band. The children are in the music classroom now. They are singing and playing music. Réka and Emese are singing. Levi is playing the violin.



Boti is playing the piano and Csilla is playing the flute. The teacher is standing next to the window and listening to the children. A little bird is sitting in the tree. It is singing too.

Track 11. WE ARE THE MUSIC MAKERS

We are the music makers who come from London town.

We are the music makers who come from London town.


And we can play the piano, pia-pia-piano,

We can dance hopsallah, hopsa-hopsallah.



We are the music makers from Nashville, Tennessee.

We are the music makers from Nashville, Tennessee.


And we can play the violin, vio-vio-violin,

We can dance hopsallah, hopsa-hopsallah.



We are the music makers from Kingston, Jamaica.

We are the music makers from Kingston, Jamaica.


We can play the big bass drum, big-big-big-big big bass drum,

We can dance hopsallah, hop-hop-hopsallah.


We are the music makers from Munchen in “Deutchland”.

We are the music makers from Munchen “ja, ja”.

We can play the harmonica, ha-ha-harmonica,

We can dance hopsallah, hop-hopsallah.



We are the music makers from Heavy Metal Land.

We are the music makers from Heavy Metal Land.


And we can play our rock guitars, heavy metal loud guitars,

We can dance hopsallah, let’s dance hopsallah.


Track 12. YOU MUSTN’T DO THAT!

In the lessons

you mustn’t eat.

you mustn’t play on your mobile.

you mustn’t write letters.

you mustn’t talk to your friends.

you mustn’t draw on the desk.
Track 13. SCHOOLS IN ENGLAND

Rick This is my timetable. My favourite lessons are History and Science.

I like Geography too but I don’t like Art.

We’ve got Maths in the morning. After the first break we’ve got Literacy. In this lesson we do spelling exercises, solve grammar puzzles, find opposite pairs or synonyms. We can read stories too. I like extended writing – in these lessons we can work in groups and do project work.

After the long lunch break, there are more lessons: Guided Reading, Geography, History, Science, Physical Education (PE), Religious Education (RE) and Information and Communication Technology (ICT). We’ve got a double period of Art and Design on Fridays. It’s a long week, isn’t it?

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We are having an assembly in the school hall. We aren’t wearing our school uniform now – it’s Sports Day today. The head teacher is talking and we are listening.



Unit 2 – LEISURE TIME

Track 14. WHAT’S THE TIME?

It’s 5 o’clock.

It’s quarter past 5.

It’s half past 5.

It’s quarter to 6.

It’s 6 o’clock.

Track 15. DIALOGUES

Excuse me. What’s the time?

It’s 5 o’clock.

Thank you.

You’re welcome.

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Sprichst du Deutch? ¿Hablas español?



Nem értem…

Do you speak English?

Yes, a bit.

What’s the time?

It’s…quarter past …3.

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Becky, what’s the time?



It’s half past 10.

Oh no! I’ve got two more exercises to do.

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Rick, what’s the time?



It’s quarter to 5.

Oh, it’s late. The match starts at 6 o’clock. Let’s go home.

OK, come on.

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Rick, it’s quarter past 8.



Oh mum…

Come on, it’s time to get up!


Track 16. FREE-TIME ACTIVITIES

watch TV … play cards … play the guitar … play chess … take photos … walk the dog … meet friends … collect shells … go hiking … go skiing

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Rick I often watch TV.

Becky and Janet We sometimes play cards.

Peter I always play the guitar at half past 6.

Rick We often play chess.

Janet I often take photos.

Rick I sometimes walk my dog.

Becky I always meet my friends after school.

Katie I collect shells.

Grandma We never go for long walks.

Réka We always go skiing in winter.
Track 17. IN MY HOLIDAYS

Rick In my holidays there’s no school.

I often go to the swimming pool.

On Mondays I ride my bike,

On Tuesdays I fly my kite.

On Wednesdays I play my flute,

On Thursdays I go to the zoo.

On Fridays I ride a horse,

On Saturdays I always draw.

On Sundays I cook our lunch,

I always have lots of fun.

Track 18. DO OR PLAY A SPORT?

play badminton … play ice hockey … play table tennis … play water polo …

do yoga … do athletics … do gymnastics … do martial arts … do judo

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Réka and Csilla often play badminton.



Boti plays ice hockey in his winter holidays.

Levi and Boti play table tennis on Saturdays.

Boti plays water polo on Thursdays.

Emese sometimes does yoga.

Réka does athletics in her free time.

Csilla and Emese often do gymnastics together.

Levi does martial arts. He does judo on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Track 19. WHAT DO THEY DO IN THEIR FREE TIME?

Réka and Csilla play water polo.

No, they don’t play water sports. They play badminton.

Csilla and Emese do gymnastics.

Yes, they do.

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Levi does yoga.



No, he doesn’t do yoga. He does martial arts.

Boti plays water polo.

Yes, he does.

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Levi and Boti play ice hockey.



Levi and Boti play table tennis.

Levi and Boti play table tennis on Mondays.

Boti plays water polo.

Boti plays water polo on Wednesdays.

Boti plays water polo on Thursdays.

Emese sometimes does yoga.

Réka does athletics at school.

Réka does athletics in her free time.

Track 20. AN INTERVIEW

What do you do in your free time?

I often read books and play cards with my friends.

What’s your hobby?

I like listening to music.

Do you play a musical instrument?

No, I don’t.

Do you do any sports?

Yes, I do. I play tennis and I do judo.

How often do you play tennis?

On Fridays.

Where do you play?

In the club.

Does your friend go with you?

Yes, he does.

When do you go there?

After school.

Do the children do other sports at your school?

Yes, they do. They play soccer. It’s a popular sport.

Track 21. SPORTS CLUBS IN ENGLAND

Come to our relaxing yoga sessions on Tuesdays from 7:15 pm and on Wednesdays from 11 am. The first lesson is only £1.50. Don’t forget to bring your blanket.

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Do you like doing gymnastics? Join our fantastic teenage trainers from 2 o’clock to 8 o’clock every Saturday and Sunday. It’s only £1.60. See you in the gym.



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If you like ball games, come to play with us. You can play tennis on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. Squash is on Mondays and Fridays. Badminton fans are welcome on Fridays and Sundays.

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Are you free on Saturday or Sunday? Join us for a fantastic family afternoon and evening.




REVISION 1 (UNITS 1-2)
Track 22. WHAT ARE THEY DOING?

There are some children in the photo. They aren’t at school. They are happy because the weather is sunny and warm. They are sitting on the grass and talking about their bike trip. There are some bicycles on the grass too. They are making some food together with their parents.



Unit 3 – AT A PARTY
Track 23. PARTIES

Tim Hi. My name is Tim Hamilton. I’m having a pool party on Sunday,

May 5th from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. My address is 21, Waterloo Road.

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Linda Please come to my summer picnic on Sunday, June 1st.

My address is 20, Lincoln Road.

Please call me. My phone number is 31297 443546.

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Becky I’m so happy – I’m 10 years old now and I can have a great pyjama party from Saturday to Sunday. We can have fun, play fantastic games and watch funny videos. Bring your pyjamas!

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Peter Please come to my skating party on Saturday, February 2nd from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Let’s meet at my house at 17, Oldhill Street

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What time does the picnic start?



Has Linda got a picnic or a pool party?

What can children do at Becky’s pyjama party?

When is Peter’s party?

Whose address is 21, Waterloo Road?

What do you need for Becky’s party?
Track 24. A PHONE CALL

Janet Hello Becky, it’s Janet.

Becky Hi Janet.

Janet
Thank you for the invitation to your party.

Becky It’s on March the third. Can you come?

Janet Yes, of course. I’m free on Saturday.

Becky Great. See you on Saturday.

Janet Yeah, see you.
Track 25. BEFORE THE PARTY

We are in the kitchen. Look.

A fridge … a cooker …a sink …a cupboard …a cup …a jug …a glass …a straw …

a bowl … a tray …a plate …a napkin.

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There’s some cheese, butter, bread and ham on the table. There are some tomatoes too.



There are glasses in the cupboard. There is a tray on the cooker. There are some sandwiches on it. There is a fruit bowl on the fridge. There are some grapes and apples in the bowl and some bananas next to the bowl. There is an orange too. There are some plates in the sink. There are some napkins on the table. There is some juice in the jug. There are some straws on the chair.

Track 26. GUESTS

striped …checked … polka-dot … plain … patterned …light blue …dark blue …

a pair of slippers … pyjamas… a birthday cake … a candle … a present

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The children are standing on the carpet. They are wearing their pyjamas and birthday hats. Greg’s pyjamas are striped. Peter’s are checked. Rick’s pyjamas are plain. Janet’s are polka-dot. Becky’s pyjamas are patterned.

Track 27. HAPPY BIRTHDAY

Happy birthday, have a great day!

Many happy returns of the day!

Time to celebrate! Happy birthday!

May all your birthday wishes come true!

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Happy birthday to you.



Happy birthday to you.

Happy birthday to …..

Happy birthday to you.
Track 28. ARE YOU HUNGRY AND THIRSTY?

Mum Are there any sandwiches left?

Becky No, there aren’t any on the tray.

Mum Is there any juice left?

Becky Yes, there is some. Do you want some?

Mum
Yes, please.

Becky
Here you are.

Mum Thank you, Honey. Do you want some grapes?

Becky No, thank you. Can I have an apple?

Mum Yes, here you are.
Track 29. A BARBECUE PARTY .

Join the Hunter family for a summer-time barbecue on Saturday, August 6th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Hunter Home: 12, Evergreen Drive. Please reply to Rick at 11287 433901.

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People in England often have barbeque parties in their gardens. Parents make the food and kids help or play around.



Try this classic game for a barbecue party:

Egg and Spoon Race

You need:

a big garden

some spoons

some hard-boiled eggs

Line up the participants with eggs in spoons. Start the race. The first to cross the finish line without dropping the egg is the winner. Eat all the eggs after the race is over.

Unit 4 – GOING OUT

Track 30. PLACES TO GO TO

a roller rink … an ice rink … a football pitch … a tennis court … a skateboard park …

a BMX track … a pizzeria

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Do you want to play tennis with me?


Yes, great!

OK, let’s go to the tennis court together.

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Do you want to come to the roller rink?



I’m sorry but I’m busy.

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Would you like to watch the skateboarders?



Yes, I’d love to!

OK, let’s go to the skateboard park. There’s a new ice rink too.

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Are you hungry? Let’s have some pizza.



Not really…Come to the football pitch to watch the match. Then we can go to the pizzeria together.
Track 31. WHAT’S ON SCREEN?

a comedy film … an adventure film … an animated film … an action film …

a musical … a documentary … a romance … a crime story … a science-fiction film (sci-fi) … a fantasy film

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What’s on at quarter past 5 on screen 5?



Shrek Forever After.

What kind of film is it?

It’s an animated comedy.

I like comedies. Let’s go and buy the tickets.


Track 32. TICKETS

The Jungle Book –

Screen 4 – Row 15 – Seat 12 – Price £6.90 – Date 23/04/11 – Programme time: 2:30

The Karate Kid –

Screen 2 – Row 15 – Seat 8 – Price £6.90 – Date 23/03/11 – Programme time: 2:30

Sherlock Holmes –

Screen 3 – Row 15 – Seat 8 – Price £7.90 – Date 23/03/11 – Programme time: 2:15

Track 33. AT THE TICKET OFFICE

11th …12th13th … 14th15th …16th …17th18th19th20th …21st22nd … 23rd24th30th

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A ticket for the 23rd row, please.


I’d like 2 tickets for the 12th row, please.

Can I have 2 tickets for the 30th row, please?

4 tickets for the 15th row, please.

2 tickets for the 21st row, please.


Track 34. WHO IS TALKING?

I’d like two tickets for Toy Story 3, please.

Where would you like to sit?

In the 12th or 13th row.

12th row, seats 15 and 16. Here you are.

How much are the tickets?

£12.

Thank you.


Track 35. ARE YOU FREE ON SATURDAY?

Rick Are you free on Saturday?

Peter Yes, what shall we do?

Rick Come with us to the Science Museum. There is a special exhibition about space. And dad has got 6 free tickets to the 3D cinema.

Peter Good idea. What’s on?

Rick Lots of exciting films about space, animals and nature.

I’d like to watch Fly Me to the Moon.



Peter What kind of film is it?

Rick It’s an animated story about three flies as they join the Apollo 11 mission for an incredible space journey.

Peter Sounds great. Let’s go.

Track 36. RED RIVER VALLEY

From this valley they say you are going

We will miss your bright eyes and sweet smile

For they say you are taking the sunshine

That has brightened our pathways awhile

CHORUS:

Come and sit by my side, if you love me

Do not hasten to bid me adieu

Just remember the Red River Valley

And the cowboy who loved you so true
Track 37. A SPECIAL THEATRE IN ENGLAND

In the aquatheatre near Liverpool (England) you can watch underwater shows. The

divers tell you about the incredible creatures of the seas and oceans. There are more

than 400 fish there!

Are you scared of sharks? No? Great! Here you can see 15 different kinds of sharks (there are 390 kinds in the world!) Young zebra sharks have got black and white stripes. Adults have got yellow skin with black spots. They are about 2 metres long.

Bamboo sharks are small – only about 90 centimetres long. They aren’t dangerous.

Look at this baby.

REVISION 2 (UNITS 3-4)
Track 38. WHAT CAN YOU SEE?

There are lots of children in the picture. They are playing. They are wearing T-shirts

and shorts. I can see mum and dad near the football pitch. They are watching the

match. Dad has got some food and drink in his hands. He is hungry and thirsty. He’s

got some orange juice in a glass. There’s a straw in the glass too. Another man has got

some water. He is eating some chocolate.



Unit 5 – SHOPPING
Track 39. IN THE WARDROBE

leather … denim … tartan … cotton … a suit … woollen … a flowery shawl

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Becky There’s a school party this afternoon.

What shall I wear? I haven’t got any nice clothes! Let’s see mum’s wardrobe.

A leather belt, a denim dress, a tartan skirt, a cotton blouse, a checked suit,

a striped cardigan, a flowery shawl… They aren’t too fashionable.

Track 40. SHOPS

a sweet shop … a chemist’s … a stationer’s … a florist’s … a jeweller’s … a music shop … a health and beauty shop … a sports shop … a bank … an escalator


Track 41. SHALL I BUY…

Shall I buy an elephant?


How much is it? How much is it?
Eighty pounds an elephant.
No, don’t buy it, No, no, no.
We can find a cheaper one.
Come on Joe.
Shall I buy a kangaroo?
How much is it? How much is it?
Forty pounds a kangaroo.
No, don’t buy it, No, no, no.
We can find a cheaper one.
Come on Joe.

Shall I buy a racing car?


How much is it? How much is it?
Twenty pounds a racing car.
No, don’t buy it, No, no, no.
We can find a cheaper one.
Come on Joe.

Shall I buy an aeroplane?


How much is it? How much is it?
Ninety pounds an aeroplane.
No, don’t buy it, No, no, no.
We can find a cheaper one.
Come on Joe.

Track 42. BEING POLITE

In the clothes shop

Shop assistant Can I help you?

Becky I am looking for this dress in purple.


Shop assistant I’m sorry we haven’t got that in a different colour.

Becky Have you got these jeans in pink?

Shop assistant I think we have got those…Let me see…Here you are!

Becky Thank you! Where can I try them on?

Shop assistant In the changing room over there.
Track 43. HOW MUCH IS IT?

Becky Look. What do you think?

Janet I think it’s too long.

Becky No, it isn’t. It’s fashionable. I like it very much. Let’s go to the cashier and pay.


Shop assistant Next please.

Becky How much is it?

Shop assistant It’s 7 pounds 50 pence.

Becky Can I pay in cash?

Shop assistant Yes, certainly. Have you got any change?

Becky I’m afraid I haven’t. I only have a ten pound note.

Shop assistant That’s OK. Here is your change.

Becky Thank you. Goodbye.
Track 44. SHOPPING IN ENGLAND

SHOPPING IN ENGLAND

British people love shopping. It is one of their favourite activities. The main shopping area in lots of towns is called the High Street.

There are different chain shops, department stores, and supermarkets in Britain. People often go to Sainsbury’s, or to Tescos or Safeway supermarkets to buy fruits. They go to Marks and Spencer or Debenhams to buy shoes, or to Boots to buy toiletries. At WHSmith and at Woolworths, you can buy CDs and DVDs. There is a large department store in London called Harrod’s, which every tourist wants to visit. You can find very nice and very expensive things there too.



Unit 6 – TRANSPORT
Track 45. HOW DO YOU GO TO SCHOOL?

How do you go to school?

by bus (doubledecker) … by tram … by underground (tube) … by car …

by trolleybus … by taxi (cab) … by ship … on foot

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a stop … get on … get off



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Rick Can we take the bus to school today?

Peter It’s too slow. Let’s take the tram.

Rick OK. Let’s go to the stop.

Track 46. MY BONNIE IS OVER THE OCEAN

My bonnie is over the ocean,

My bonnie is over the sea,

My bonnie is over the ocean,

O bring back my bonnie to me, to me!

Bring back, bring back,

O bring back my bonnie to me, to me!

Bring back, bring back,

O bring back my bonnie to me!

Track 47. THE COUNTRYSIDE

We are in the countryside. Look: a farm house … a stable … a vineyard … an orchard

… a field … a pondgrass … a cave … a waterfall … a path
Track 48. CITY LIFE OR COUNTRY LIFE?

Réka I like living in the city. My parents are going to buy a new car. I love travelling by car. Do you like cars? I am going to learn driving as soon as it is possible.

When I grow up, I’m going to live in a big city with my family. I’m also going to keep pets: a cat, a dog and fish in our flat. I’m going to go to the countryside by car a lot. I’m going to be a vet!


Track 49. CANAL BOATS IN ENGLAND

Canal boat holidays are very popular in Hungary. People often spend ten days on

narrow boats. The boats travel on the rivers. These boats are very short and thin, but

there is enough room for a family inside. A small boat has only got a living room, a

bathroom and a kitchen inside. This means of transport is very fast and quiet. The

people who choose these holidays like travelling in the green countryside. There are

also people who live in these boats!




Unit 7 – TRAVELLING
Track 50. AT THE AIRPORT

We are at the airport. Look: a terminal … an identity card … check-in … passport

control … arrival … departure … a boarding pass … a passenger … luggage

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Immigration officer Good morning. Can I have your passport, please?



Passenger Here you are.

Immigration officer Where are you going?


Passenger I am visiting my friend in Dublin.

Immigration officer That’s all right. Have a safe flight. Goodbye.

Passenger Thank you. Bye.
Track 51. IT’S A LONG WAY TO TIPPERARY

Up to mighty London

Came an Irishman one day.

As the streets are paved with gold

Sure, everyone was gay,

Singing songs of Piccadilly,

Strand and Leicester Square,

Till Paddy got excited,

Then he shouted to them there:
It's a long way to Tipperary,

It's a long way to go.

It's a long way to Tipperary

To the sweetest girl I know!

Goodbye, Piccadilly,

Farewell, Leicester Square!

It's a long long way to Tipperary,

But my heart's right there.


Track 52.WHO IS STRONGER?

Expensive – The perfume is more expensive than the chocolate.

Cheap – The chocolate is cheaper than the perfume.

Heavy – This bag is heavier than that one.

Long – The man’s nose is longer than the woman’s nose.

Large – The man’s bag is larger than the woman’s bag.

Light – The woman’s bag is lighter than the man’s bag.

Tall – The woman is taller than the old man.

Short – The old man is shorter than the young woman.

Small – The woman’s bag is smaller than the man’s bag.

Old – The man is older than the woman.

Young – The woman is younger than the man.

Strong – The man looks stronger than the woman.
Track 53. ODD ONE OUT

expensive – cheap

old – young

heavy – light

tall – short

long – short

small – large

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The ODD ONE OUT is strong.



Do you know its opposite? – weak

Track 54. IN THE COUNTRYSIDE

Hi Rick,


I am glad to hear about your weekend at your grandparents’ house.

My mother’s parents live in the countryside in Hungary. When I am with them I always eat more, and spend more time in the nature. I feel stronger and heavier when I get home. My grandmother’s youngest sister likes rollerblading. Can you imagine it? She is more talented than me. I like going to my grandma’s for longer than just a weekend.

My father’s parents live abroad. I sometimes visit them too. We are going to spend a week with them soon.

Bye for now, Réka.


Track 55. COUNTRIES

Countries in Europe … the United Kingdom … France …Belgium … Switzerland … Germany … Austria … Hungary … Poland … the Czech Republic … Slovakia … Romania … Croatia … Italy … Spain … Portugal … Greece … Turkey


Track 56. WHO AM I?

I am a country. I am Poland’s neighbour. Who am I?

Are you Germany?

No, I’m not.

Are you the Czech Republic?

Yes, I am.

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I am a country. I’m Belgium’s neighbour. Who am I?



Are you France?

Yes, I am.

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I am a country. I’m Hungary’s neighbour. Who am I?



Are you Romania?

No, I’m not.

Are you Slovakia?

Yes, I am.

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I am Austria’s neighbour. Who am I?



Are you Hungary? No, I’m not.

Are you Germany?

Yes, I am.

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I’m Spain’s neighbour. Who am I?



Are you Portugal?

Yes, I am.

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I’m Germany’s neighbour. Who am I?



Are you Switzerland?

No, I’m not.

Are you Poland?

Yes, I am.

Track 57. GULLIVER’S TRAVELS

Dear Friend,

I am reading a very exciting book now. Its title is: Gulliver’s travels. Do you know it?

I am going to tell you about the book a little bit more on my blog.

Come and visit www.ricksblog.uk

The book is about an English man called Guilliver who travels by ship and gets

shipwrecked. In the first part, he arrives in Lilliput where the people are very small. When the Lilliput people find him, they give him food and drink, but do not let him move. They chain Gulliver to a huge (very big) cart and fifteen horses pull it to the city. The tiny (very small) people do not understand what Gulliver says and he does not understand them either. The man is very clever and he finds out that there is a war in Lilliput. Those who wear high-heeled shoes do not want any changes in their country. The Emperor and the people who wear low-heeled shoes want changes. Their other enemies are the people from the Island of Blefuscu.

Would you like to know more about the story? I am going to read it and write more about it on my blog.

Bye for now, Rick


Unit 8 - JOBS
Track 58. WHAT IS HIS/HER JOB?

What is his job? What is her job?

She is a shop assistant.

She is a librarian.

He is a swimming instructor.

He is a cook.

She is a nurse.

He is a doctor.

He is a postman.

She is a postwoman.

He is a police officer.

He is a detective.

He is a pilot.

He is a waiter.


Track 59. WHAT DO YOU DO FOR A LIVING?

What do you do for a living?

I serve hungry people every day.

You are a waiter!

Yes, I am.

*

What do you do for a living?



I sell clothes to people.

You are a shop assistant!

Yes, I am.

*

What do you do for a living?



I cook lunch in a restaurant.

You are a cook!

Yes, I am.

*

What do you do for a living?



I deliver letters every day.

You are a postwoman!

Yes, I am.

*

What do you do for a living?



I cure people.

You are a doctor!

Yes, I am.

*

What do you do for a living?



I lend books to people.

You are a librarian!

Yes, I am.

*

What do you do for a living?



I help the doctor.

You are a nurse!

Yes, I am.

*

What do you do for a living?



I catch criminals.

You are a police officer!

Yes, I am.

*

What do you do for a living?



I fly aeroplanes.

You are a pilot!

Yes, I am.

Track 60. WORKPLACES

a factory … a police station … an airport … a veterinary clinic … a hotel …

a dental surgery

*


Réka My father works in a hospital. He is a doctor. He cures ill people.

I like his job, but I like animals too. I’m going to be a vet.
Rick My father works in a hotel. He is a cook. He cooks lunch and dinner

for people. I like his job, but I like animals. I’m going to be a farmer.


Becky My mother works in a clothes shop. She is a shop assistant. I don’t like her job. I’m going to be a librarian.
Track 61. COCKLES AND MUSSELS

In Dublin’s fair city


Where the girls are so pretty
I first set my eyes on
Sweet Molly Malone

As she wheeled her wheelbarrow


Through streets broad and narrow
Crying, “Cockles and mussels,
Alive, alive-o”

Alive, alive-o, Alive, alive-o


Crying, “Cockles and mussels,
Alive, alive-o”

She was a fishmonger


But sure ‘twas no wonder
For so were her father
And mother before

And they each wheeled their barrow


Through streets broad and narrow
Crying, “Cockles and mussels,
Alive, alive-o”

Alive, alive-o. Alive, alive-o


Crying, “Cockles and mussels,
Alive, alive-o”

She died of a fever


And no one could save her
And that was the end of
Sweet Molly Malone

And her ghost wheels her barrow


Through streets broad and narrow
Crying, “Cockles and mussels,
Alive, alive-o”

Alive, alive-o, Alive, alive-o


Crying, “Cockles and mussels,
Alive, alive-o”

Track 62. MY FAVOURITE PIECE OF ART

Dear Rick,

You can see a very famous Hungarian painting here.

Its title is: the Feszty panorama. It is not the whole picture, only a small part of it. The painting is 120 meters long and 15 metres tall. You can see the old Hungarian people, and their leaders in the picture. They are coming to the Carpathian basin on horses and with their cattle. They are in the fields, but in the background you can see hills too. I think it is a marvellous piece of art. I like it very much, because I can learn a lot about our history when I am looking at it.

Would you like to learn more about it? Visit: www.opusztaszer.hu

I hope, that you are going to visit me one day and we can see it together. Bye for now, Réka

Track 63. MORE JOBS

an actor/actress … a dentist … a film director … an engineer … a manager …

a musician … a photographer … a vet … a farmer
Track 64. WHO AM I?

Do you like animals?

Yes, I do.

Can you cure sick animals?

Yes, I can.

Do you wear white clothes?

Yes, I do. .

Are you a vet?

Yes, I’m.
Track 65. PROVERB

Too many cooks spoil the broth.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

In a calm sea every man is a pilot.



Track 66. A FAMOUS PERSON

His name was Oscar Wilde.

He was a famous writer.

He was from Ireland.

*

His name was Louis De Funès.



He was a famous actor.

He was from France.

*

Her name was Czinka Panna.



She was a famous musician.

She was from Hungary.

*

His name was Michelangelo Buonarroti.



He was a famous artist.

He was from Italy.


Track 67. INTERESTING JOBS

Feeding ravens in the Tower of London

There is a very exciting job in England. The man who does it is the Raven Master. He works in the Tower of London, and every day he takes care of and watches the ravens. There are always at least 6 ravens, which can’t leave the Tower. Why not? Because the legend says once they do, the kingdom falls. Only the Raven Master can give food to the ravens. Visitors mustn’t touch and mustn’t feed them. Every day they get raw meat and biscuits made from blood. The ravens sometimes get a special treat, which is a whole rabbit.

SECRETS 2 MUNKAFÜZET FORGATÓKÖNYVE


INTRODUCTION – HOW ARE YOU?
Track2. ON THE BEACH

It is hot and sunny. Mum, dad Rick, Katie and Harry are on the beach. Katie is near the water. Watch out Katie! That’s a starfish! … Katie is scared. Rick is tall and strong. Harry is young but he is strong too. They are happy. Mum is in the water. She isn’t tired. Where is dad? He is under the sun umbrella. This is his favourite book. It is funny. And the dogs? Where are they? They aren’t in the water. They are near dad under the sun umbrella. They are tired. Rocky is hungry.



Dad Are you all right, boys?

Rick and Harry Yes, we are. We aren’t hungry or thirsty.

Rocky I’m not happy. I am hungry.
Track3. SOUND CHEST

[ò] or [tò]

I’m sure Shirley likes sugar in her milkshake.

Some cheerful witches like chatting about pictures in the kitchen.

Shy children like munching chocolate in the shed.

UNIT 1 FUN AT SCHOOL
Track4. WHAT DO THEY LIKE?

Handball is Becky’s favourite sport. She doesn’t like playing basketball. She likes walking in old towns and visiting museums with her friends. She has got lots of friends but she doesn’t like writing to them. She likes talking to them on the Internet.

*

Basketball is Peter’s favourite ball game. He likes playing basketball. He likes walking in the park or in the town centre with his friends. He likes going to museums with his family. He doesn’t like writing letters or emails to his friends.


*

Rick likes ball games very much: football, basketball and handball. He likes riding his bike or scooter but he doesn’t like walking. He doesn’t like visiting museums. He likes reading about them. He has got a good friend in Hungary and he likes writing emails to her.

Track5. SKIPPING RHYME

Stella Starwars

skip in soon

into the spaceship

and into the moon.

skip so high

you never come down

skip over rooftops

skip over trees

skip over rivers

skip over seas

skip over London

skip over Rome

skip all night

and never come home

skip over moonbeams

skip over Mars

skip through the Milky Way

and try to count the stars

1,2,3,4,5,6,7

out goes you.
Track6. WHOSE FAVOURITE DAY?

Becky What’s your favourite school day, Rick?

Rick Monday because we’ve got Science but we haven’t got Drama.

Becky Why Rick? Don’t you like Drama classes? I think they are great. Ms Williams knows lots of good games.

Rick No. I don’t like those games.

Becky I don’t like Science very much but I love Music and Drama. Friday is my favourite day. What about you, Peter?

Peter I like Wednesday because History is my favourite subject.

I like learning about people and their history.


Track7. GAME: BINGO

English … PE and Games … Music … History … ICT … Maths … Grammar …

Art …Science …Drama … Crafts …Literature
Track8. SOUND CHEST

[ u ] or [ u: ]

The woman is looking for a wolf in the woods.

Goofy is chewing my new blue boot.

I’m going to the zoo to look at the kangaroo.

Unit 2 – LEISURE TIME

Track9. WHAT’S THE TIME?

It’s half past 6. Good morning.

It’s quarter past 6. Good evening.

It’s half past 8. Good night.

It’s quarter to nine. Good morning.

It’s quarter to 5. Good afternoon.

It’s quarter past 2. Good afternoon.

Track10. ARE YOU SLEEPING?

Are you sleeping, are you sleeping,

brother John, brother John?

Morning bells are ringing, morning bells are ringing,

Ding-ding-dong. Ding-ding-dong.
Track11. WHAT DO YOU DO IN YOUR FREE TIME?

Rick I have got lots of time for my hobbies. I like music. I always listen to music and I often play the piano. I visit my grandfather on Friday afternoons and we play chess. Then we watch TV or play cards together with grandma. We often go hiking. We walk or sometimes ride our bikes. I take lots of photos. I meet my friends on Saturdays. We talk and play in the park. We sometimes go skateboarding.
Track12. AT THE TRAIN STATION

This is Mr Williams. He is at the train station. He always goes to work by train. He

never has breakfast at home. He has a sandwich on the train. He likes reading. He

always reads the newspaper on the train. What’s the time? Oh, it’s nearly quarter to 9!

The train starts in a minute – at quarter to 9.
Track13. EXTRA TASK

Réka likes riding her bike at weekends. She often goes to Lake Balaton with her family. This is Mr Williams. He is at the train station. He always goes to work by train. They always ride on the cycle route. They have got small bags on their bikes for the food and drink. He never has breakfast at home. He has a sandwich on the train. They never go to restaurants. They always have sandwiches on the beach. He likes reading. He always reads the newspaper on the train. They like swimming and playing in the water.

What’s the time? Oh, it’s nearly quarter to 9!

The train starts in a minute – at quarter to 9. They always go home at 6 o’clock.

Track14. SOUND CHEST

[z] or [s] or [iz]

plays, goes, does, wears, learns, listens, draws, swims, has

meets, collects, writes, takes, talks, walks, cooks, jumps

catches, watches, touches, matches, dances
Unit 3 – AT A PARTY
Track 15. AN INVITATION CARD

You are invited to a HALLOWEEN PARTY on Friday, 31st October from 5 pm

to 8 pm. My address is 25, Mountain Road

Please reply to Alison Jenkins to ali@fastmail.com


Track 16. WHEN IS THE PARTY?

The BMX party is on March the second.

The birthday party is on October the ninth.

The New Year Party is on January the first.

The garden party is on August the third.

The tea party is on June the fifth.


Track 17. Listen and draw in Exercise 4.

There is a tray on the table. There are some glasses on the tray. There are some cups in the cupboard. There is a jug on the fridge. There is some water in the jug.

There are some straws on the tray next to the glasses. There are some napkins on the chair. There are some plates on the cooker. There is a big bowl in the sink.
Track18. SOME OR ANY?

Can I have some water, please?

Do you want some sweets?
Track19. SOUND CHEST

[Ѳ] or [ð]

I think they like the third birthday cake.

That one? No, this one.

*

They’ve got three Maths lessons on Thursdays.


*

Do athletics then have a bath.


Unit 4 – GOING OUT
Track 20. PLACES TO GO TO
There is a big shopping centre in the town. Behind it there is a nice park where you can play, relax or have a picnic. If you like watching films, go to the cinema – it’s next to the science museum. Cross the street at the cinema and have a cup of tea in the Internet café. You can check your emails, write messages or surf on the net there. There are lots of places for free-time activities and sports. There is a skateboard park in the High Street, next to the pizzeria, opposite the shopping centre. There’s a roller rink opposite the science museum. There’s a nice river in the town. Go over the bridge and you’ll find a super BMX track. There is an ice rink in Hill Street. You can enter the rink near the zebra crossing. There is a big sports centre with a tennis court and a football pitch in the town too.
Track 21. EXTRA TASK

Rick Hi Peter.

Peter Hi Rick. Are you free in the afternoon?

Rick Yes, I think I’m free.

Peter Do you want to come with me?

Rick Yes…Where shall we go?

Peter Look at the map. We are here in Riverside Road near the bridge. We must go straight then turn left into Hill Street. Then we must cross the High Street and go past the museum.

Rick That’s the cinema. Good idea.
Track 22. CINEMA GUIDE

Would you like to watch a good comedy?

Yes, I’d love to. What time does it start?

At quarter past 5.

*

Are you free at half past 2?


Not really...

What about 5 o’clock? There’s a good film on Screen 3.

What kind of film is it?

It’s a crime story

I don’t like scary films. What’s on another screen at 5 o’clock?

Let’s see…Screen 1…The Race…It’s an adventure film.

Sounds great. I like adventure films.

*

I’ve got two tickets for the evening film on Screen 4.


What kind of film is it?

It’s a romance.

Mum, can I go to the cinema at half past 7?

No, Honey, it’s too late. Go to the cinema in the afternoon.

OK. At half past 2 there is an action film, a musical and a documentary.

I’d like to watch the documentary. What is it about?

Creatures of the rain forests.

Great.


See you at the cinema.

See you.
Track 23. THE NEVER-ENDING STORY

Bastian is a 10-year-old boy who lives with his father. He has got a very vivid imagination and he likes daydreaming. He is unhappy because the other boys often bully him at school. One rainy day, he goes into a bookshop and finds an old story book. He takes the book and hides in the school attic. He opens the book and enters a new world.

The story takes him to Fantasia. Fantasia is in danger because people don’t believe in it. It needs somebody who can save it from the dangerous ”Nothing”.

The young Atreyu, his friend, Fuchur, his horse, Artax, and some other creatures of Fantasia can help. Bastian thinks that he is Atreyu. His wishes can help to save Fantasia and its creatures.
Track24. SOUND CHEST

[w] in question words

Where? When? How often? What? Who? How? Why?

Unit 5 –FASHION
Track25. AFTER SHOPPING

Becky I am so happy! I have got some new clothes now.

I have got a pair of blue and yellow polka-dot socks, a red and white flowery cotton blouse, a pair of green and blue tartan trousers, a plain yellow leather jacket, a black and white checked woollen mini-skirt, a pair of red and white striped tights. I can go to the school party now.

Track26. SKIPPING RHYME

Dresses for breakfasts, and dinners, and balls;


Dresses to sit in, and stand in, and walk in;
Dresses to dance in, and flirt in, and talk in;
Dresses in which to do nothing at all;
Dresses for Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall.

Track27. WHERE CAN I BUY IT?

Rick Hi Becky.

Becky Hi Rick

Rick I need your help. Mum left me a shopping list. The shop at the corner is not open.

Becky All right. Read it slowly and take a pencil.

Rick I need some CDs. Where can I by them?

Becky Go to the music shop in the High Street.

Rick I need some paper.

Becky Go to the stationer’s in Spring Street.

Rick I need some new T-shirts.

Becky Go to the sports shop in the big shopping centre in King Street.

Rick Thanks Becky!

Becky It’s all right. Just call if you need more help. Bye.

Rick OK. Bye.
Track28. GAME: BINGO

sixty, ninety, ten, fifty, seventy, forty, twenty, a hundred, eighty, thirty

Track29. SHOPPING IN LONDON

Hi, I‘m Emma. I live in the capital city of England.

In London there are lots of museums, parks and shops. There is heavy traffic and there are lots of people too. I like my city. I always go to the big parks and feed the duck and the squirrels there. I sometimes go to museums too. My favourite hobby is shopping. There are lots of shopping centres and department stores in the city. Harrods is one of my favourites. I cannot buy anything there, because it is too expensive, but it is beautiful! I often walk around and go window shopping there. How much is a pair of shoes at Harrods? £62,000 (sixty two pounds)!

Why don’t you come and visit it one day?

Track30. SOUND CHEST

[Ѳ ] or [ s ]

Sammy sits on the seashore and sings a sad song about his sixty three-year-old mother.

*

Thirty thick snakes slither smoothly in the sunshine.



*

Be careful! thick – sick; thing – sing



Unit 6 – TRANSPORT
Track31. HOW DO YOU GO TO SCHOOL?

How do you usually go to school?



Becky I always go by bus.

Janet I go to school by tram every day.

Greg I live in the countryside, so I go by car with my dad.

Peter We are always late, so we often go by taxi.

Réka I often go by trolleybus, but I sometimes go on foot.

Rick I live near the school, so I always go on foot.
Track32. EVERY DAY A hanganyag az Internetről letölthető, l.46.oldal.

Every day it’s getting closer

Going faster than a roller-coaster

Love like yours will surely come my way.

Track33. THE CHILDREN’S RAILWAY

Réka is going to go to Buda Hills on Saturday. She is going to travel on the Children’s Railway.

The Children's Railway is eleven kilometres long. It runs through the woods of the hills on the Buda side. People usually say that it is like a toy for lots of children. It is not really true. Children, who are between 10 and 14 can work there, but engineers drive the engines. The children’s job is to operate the switches, to print tickets and to inform passengers. The railway runs from Tuesday until Sunday. Trains run from 9 o'clock in the morning until 5 o'clock in the winter and until 7 o'clock in the summer. It is a great weekend activity, not only for tourists.

Track34. SOUND CHEST

[əυ] (GB) / [oυ] (US)


coat, goat, soap, boat, loaf, float

Never wash your coat with a soap. Boats usually float.

crow, grow, slow, flow, mow

Crows don’t let grapes grow. This stream has a very slow flow.


Track35. Listen and draw.

There are three trees in the picture. The tree in the middle is bigger than the tree on the right. The tree on the left is smaller than the other two. There are two snakes under the trees. The one on the right is shorter than the other one on the left. I can see two birds in the picture too. The one in the big tree is smaller than the one in the small tree.



Track36. GIVING OPINIONS

What are they talking about?

Do you like it?

I think it is amazing. But be quiet! I cannot hear the actors.

*

What do you think…?



In my opinion the fish is disgusting. I don’t like this place at all.

*

What are you doing?



I am drawing. It’s so boring.

*

Are you enjoying it?



It’s fantastic. So exciting.

*

Are you coming?



Just a minute. This part is very interesting.
Track37. SOUND CHEST

Rhyming words

wing – sing cake – make hand – band well – bell

kick – pick gold –hold ball – fall fair - pair



UNIT 8 - JOBS
Track38. AN INTERVIEW

Jessica Hello. I am Jessica Brown. I am a reporter working for Channel four.

I would like to ask you some questions about your job. I am doing a

report about interesting jobs.

Sarah Hello, I’m Sarah Smith. What do you want to know?


Jessica Well, what do you do, and how is your job different from everyday jobs?

Sarah I’m a bicycle messenger. I am a postwoman. I ride my bike all day long, delivering letters, messages in a very short time.

Jessica Why don’t people post their letters? Why do they ask you to deliver them?

Sarah Because I am quicker than the post. Actually the quickest.

Jessica It is a very exciting job, I think. Can we meet and talk a bit more?

Sarah Yes, of course. See you tomorrow.

Jessica See you. Bye.
Track39. FAVOURITE PIECE OF ART

Dear Reka,

Here is my favourite painting. It is a French painter’s, Claude Monet’s work, but you can see the most famous British building in the picture. Do you know them? They are the Houses of Parliament. In the foreground you can see the river Thames and in the background the Houses of Parliament. I think it is in the evening because the building and the colours are very dark.

I like it very much, because the building looks massive, powerful and you cannot see any traffic around it. The tallest tower is called Victoria Tower. The parliament is the most beautiful building in London in real life. I hope you can see it one day.

All the best, Rick

Track 40. BICYCLE MESSENGERS IN HUNGARY

They are the quickest postmen and postwomen in Hungary. If you want to send a CD, a smaller package or a letter from one side of the city to another one, you can call them. There is an office where a beautiful woman picks up the phone every day: “We would like to send an urgent letter to a friend.” She immediately calls a messenger, then the letter arrives to the friend in a very short time. These messengers are real sportsmen, students, or everyday people, who like riding their bikes. Sometimes they ride 80-100 kilometres a day. You can only be a messenger if you have got your own bicycle. A messenger can earn 100-150,000 HUF a month. The messengers are usually young people who love freedom and sports. There is a man, who lives in Szolnok and rides his bicycle from Szolnok to Budapest every day.


Track41. SOUND CHEST

[i: ] or [e ]

teacher, seat, teapot, beads

feather, treasure, bread, head












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