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9.1
1. fourteen twenty-six 1426
2. seventeen ninety-nine 1799
3. eighteen eighty 1880
4. nineteen thirty-nine 1939
5. nineteen sixty-one 1961
6. two thousand and seven 2007

9.2
1841 eighteen forty-one
1916 nineteen sixteen
2000 two thousand
2008 two thousand and eight
2015 two thousand and fifteen

9.3 When were they born?
Leonardo da Vinci was a painter and scientist. He was born in 1452 in Tuscany, Italy. Marie Curie was a scientist. She was born in 1867 in Warsaw, Poland.

9.4
He was a painter. He was born in 1452. She was a scientist. She was born in 1867. I was born in 1979.

9.5
– When were you born?
– I was born in 1986.
– When was he born?
– He was born in 1975.
– When was she born?
– She was born in 1991.
– When were they born?
– They were born in 2001.

9.6
My name’s Calico. I know, It’s a funny name! I was born in 1987. My two brothers are Henry and William, they were born ... er ... Henry in 1992 and William just one year later in 1993. Ugh - they’re horrible! My little sister is Cleo, she’s OK. She was born in 1999. Mum and dad are Linda and Alan. My mum was born in 1961 and my dad ... er ... I think he was born in 1961, too. And my grandmother ... er, she was born in 1930 something ... yes, 1932. Her name’s Violet. I think it’s beautiful name.

9.7
1. Shakespeare was born in England in 1564.
2. Van Gogh was born in Holland in 1853.
3. Beethoven was born in Germany in 1770.
4. Marilyn Monroe was born in the US in 1926.
5. Elvis Presley was born in the US in 1935.
6. Diana Spencer was born in England in 1961.
7. Ayrton Senna was born in Brazil in 1960.
8. Indira Gandhi was born in India in 1917.

9.8
– Who was Shakespeare?
– He was a writer.
– Where was he born?
– In England.
– When was he born?
– In 1564.

9.9
- Shakespeare was a painter.
- No, he wasn't. He was a writer.

- Shakespeare and Diana were French.
- No, they weren't. They were English.

9.10
1. Ayrton Senna was an actor.
No, he wasn’t. He was a racing driver.
2. Marie Curie was a princess.
No, she wasn’t. She was a scientist.
3. Marilyn Monroe and Elvis Presley were Italian.
No, they weren’t. They were American.
4. Beethoven was a scientist.
No, he wasn’t. He was a musician.
5. Leonardo da Vinci and Van Gogh were musicians.
No, they weren’t. The were painters.
6. Indira Gandhi was a singer.
No, she wasn’t. She was a politician.

9.11

are – were
is – was

buy – bought
go – went
say – said
see – saw
take – took

9.12 We’re millionaires!
In August 1999 three friends, Jacques Proust, Guy Fadat, and Facois Leclerc, were on holiday in the town of Laraque in France. On Sunday they went shopping in the market and they saw a dirty, old painting of the Virgin Mary. They bought it for 1,400 francs and they took it to Paris. In Paris, an expert said that the painting was by Leonardo da Vinci and was worth 500,000,000 francs. The man in Laraque market said: "I was happy to sell the painting but now I’m very upset. I don’t want to think about it!"

9.13 Month of the year.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

9.14
first (1st)
second (2nd)
third (3rd)
fourth (4th)
fifth (5th)
sixth (6th)
seventh (7th)
eighth (8th)
ninth (9th)
tenth (10th)
eleventh (11th)
twelfth (12th)
thirteenth (13th)
fourteenth (14th)
fifteenth (15th)

9.15
16th
17th
18th
19th
20th
21st
22nd
23rd
24th
25th
26th
27th
28th
29th
30th
31st

9.16
the first of January
the third of March
the seventh of April
the twentieth of May
the second of June
the twelfth of August
the fifteenth of November
the thirty-first of December

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