NOTES /SOLVED EXERCISES : TRAVELLER 1 KSA EDITION STUDNET’S BOOK (SECONDARY STAGE) 2016-17

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NOTES /SOLVED EXERCISES : TRAVELLER 1 KSA EDITION STUDNET’S BOOK (SECONDARY STAGE) 2016-17

CONTENTS

SR MODULES PAGE
  HELLO 4-6
1 ME MY SELF & I 7-19
  CULTURE PAGE

THE HISTORY BEHIND A NAME

20
2 DAY BY DAY 21-33
  CROSS CURRICULAR PAGE

PHISHING FOR DANGER

34
3 CHANGES 35-47
  CULTURE PAGE

LIFE IN TORNADO ALLEY

48
4 FEELING GOOD 49-61
  CROSS CURRICULAR PAGE

HEALTHY SMOTHIE RESCIPES

62
5 THINKING BACK 63-75
  CULTURE PAGE

THE SAUDI VS BRITISH EDUCATION SYSTEM

76
6 EVENTS 77-89
  CROSS CURRICULAR PAGE

ANIMALS IN DANGER

90
7 ONE OF A KIND 91-103
  CULTURE PAGE

DRIVING ARROUND

104
8 ADVENTURE 105-117
  CROSS CURRICULAR PAGE

ICE- HOCKEY

118

 

1- ME MY SELF & I Page: 7-20

ROUND-UP

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. My brother can take really nice pictures. He’s a photographer/ salesperson.
  3. This pair of bags / shoes is very expensive.
  4. Their teacher is very funny/ rude. They like her a lot.
  5. I’m really hungry/ busy. I can’t wait till lunch break.
  6. Adam can’t work as a secretary because he can’t use / type a computer.
  7. Let’s go out together midnight / tonight.
  8. James is really hard-working / lazy. He has a full-time job as a photographer and a part-time job as a waiter.
  9. Alan can’t ride / learn a motorbike, so he can’t work as a delivery person.

ANSWERS: (1- photographer)(2- shoes)(3- funny)(4- hungry)(5- use)(6- tonight)(7- hard-working)(8- ride)

  1. COMPLETE THE TABLE.
5:05 It’s five past five. It’s five five.
8:00 It’s eight o’ clock,
11:50 It’s ten to twelve. / It’s eleven fifty.
9:15 It’s quarter past nine. / It’s nine fifteen.
7:30 It’s half past seven. / It’s seven thirty.
3:45 It’s quarter to four. / It’s three forty-five

 

  1. CHOOSE A, B OR C.
  2. Look at———– watches over there. They’re really nice!
  3. these b. that c. those
  4. My———– mobile phone is black. It isn’t purple.
  5. friend’s b. friend c. friends’
  6. We live in Oxford. ———– address is 180 Banbury Road.
  7. Our b. We c. Their
  8. ———– books here are Ben’s.
  9. These b. Those c. This
  10. That’s my brother. ———– name is Hassan.
  11. His b. She c. Her
  12. That is the ———– school over there.
  13. children b. children’s c. childrens’

ANSWERS: (1-c)(2-a)(3-a)(4-a)(5-a)(6-b)

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH CAN AND THE WORDS IN BRACKETS. GIVE SHORT ANSWERS WHERE POSSIBLE.

A: Hello, Mr Atkins. You’re here about the secretary’s job, right?

B: Yes.

A: So, (1)———————————————- (you / speak) Chinese?

B: No, (2) —————————-. But I (3) ———————— (learn).

A: I see. How many languages (4) (you/speak)?

B: Two. I (5)———————————— (speak) French and Spanish.

A: And (6) ——————————————(you / use) a computer?

B: Of course. I (7) ——————–(type) and look for information on the Internet.

A: Thank you, Mr Atkins. We’ll call you.

ANSWERS: (1-can you speak)(2-I can’t )(3- am learning)(4- can you speak)(5-can speak)(6-can you use)(7-can type)

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES.
  2. A: ———————-an architect?

B: No, ———————. I’m a photographer.

  1. A: Can you ride a motorbike?

B: No, I can’t. This————– my motorbike. ———————-my brother’s.

  1. A: That——————— his best friend, Saad.

————————–a football player.

B: Really?——————— Moroccan, too?

A: No,—————-,—————— . Saudi.

  1. A: Who are they? ———————waiters?

B: Yes, ————————.

ANSWERS: (1-Are you , I’m not ) (2-isn’t., it’s )(3-‘s, he’s , is he , he’s not, he’s  )(4-Are they, they’re)

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES,CHOOSE A OR B.
  2. A: What do you do?

B.—————–

I’m fine, thanks.

I’m a hairdresser.

  1. A: What’s the time?

B:———————

It’s a quarter past two.

Let’s meet at two o’clock.

  1. A: What are you like?
  2. ———–
  3. I’m polite and shy.
  4. I like shoes and bags.
  5. A: Is ten o’clock OK with you?

B: ———–

  1. In twenty minutes.
  2. Sounds good
  3. A: Isn’t it a bit late?

B: ———–

  1. Fine. Meet you there.
  2. OK what about nine?

ANSWERS: (1-b)(2-a)(3-a)(4-a)(5-b)

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE PHRASES A-D.
  2. Pleasure to meet you.
  3. I see
  4. How do you spell that
  5. Excuse me

A: (1) ——————– , are you Mr Smith?

B: Yes. And who are you?

A: I’m Andy Thomas. (2) ——————–.

B: Nice to meet you, too. Are you here about the secretary’s job?

A: Yes. I’m here to leave my CV.

B: Great! What’s your name again?

A: Andy Thomas.

B: (3) ——————————-?

A: T-H-O-M-A-S. Thomas.

B: (4)——————-. Leave your CV here, and we’ll call you

A: Thank you.

ANSWERS: (1-d)(2-a)(3-c)(4-b)

 

  1. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
  2. What’s your address?

ANSWER:

  1. What’s your phone number?

ANSWER:

  1. How do you spell your name?

ANSWER:

  1. What’s your favourite colour?

ANSWER:

  1. Can you use a computer?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                              2 DAY BY DAY Page: 21-33

Round-up

VOCABULARY

  1. MATCH.
   
1. do

2. clean

3. go

4. take up

5. hang out

6. have

a. shopping at the mall

b. dinner

c. homework

d. with friends

e. the windows

f. a sport

ANSWERS: (1-c)(2-d)(3-a)(4-f)(5-e)(6-b)

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

Thursdays, receptionist, invite,

Screen, graphic designer, Saturday,

  1. I always do my homework on————–just before the week starts.
  2. Don’t—————- Tom to your place. He’s a rude person.
  3. His best friend is a————— at the Grand Hotel.
  4. I go to bed late on —————. You see, I don’t work on Fridays.
  5. The editor wants a new —————for the magazine.
  6. There’s something wrong with the—————–. I can’t see anything on TV.

ANSWERS: (1- Saturday)(2- invite)(3- receptionist)(4- Thursdays)(5- graphic designer)(6- Screen)

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS. GIVE SHORT ANSWERS WHERE POSSIBLE.
  2. A: ———–you————– (like) my new mobile phone?

B: Yes,————— .

A: It————– (have) a camera, too.

B: —————you————-(have) any good pictures?

A: No, ————–.

  1. A: How often ————–Jake (go) to the gym?

B: Well, he ———— (usually/ go) on weekdays. At the weekend, he————(play) basketball with his friends.

A: What about football?

B: He —————–(not like) football.

ANSWERS: (1- A- Do ,like    B- I like A-has, B- Do , have A- I havenot)(2-A- does, go B- usually goes, plays B-does not like)

  1. COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH THE PREPOSITIONSIN THE BOX.

At- from – on – in – during- on -at – to

  1. Do you usually go to the park—————– the week, or————— the weekend?
  2. My cousin plays video games every day, —————-5:00 ————-6:00.
  3. I never go out with friends————– Friday evening.
  4. What do you eat for breakfast————– the morning?
  5. ——————-Mondays, I teach karate at the sports centre.
  6. The lesson starts—————– 8 o’clock.

answers: (1-during , on )(2- from, to)(3- on)(4- in )(5-on)(6-at)

  1. USE THE PROMPTS TO WRITE SENTENCES.
  2. Fatima / never/ do / housework / Fridays

Fatima never does housework on Fridays.

  1. Jamal / want/ go / mall

Jamal wants to go to mall.

  1. Hamid / usually / not work/ Saturdays

Hamid usually doesnot work on Saturday.

  1. I / not eat / breakfast / with / brother

I donot eat breakfast with my brother.

  1. Andy / always / study / in front of / TV?

Andy always studies in front of TV.

  1. Anna / hate / walk/ to work

Anna hates to walk to work.

  1. my sisters / enjoy / talk/ on the phone

My sisters enjoy to talk on the phone.

  1. you / would like / take / karate lessons?

Would  you like to take karate lessons?

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE PHRASES
  2. I’m only joking.
  3. all right
  4. What kind of restaurant is it?
  5. I’d love to.
  6. Let me show you

Joe: Hey, there’s a new restaurant at the mall.

Let’s go!

Ken: (1) ——————-

Joe: It’s an Italian restaurant.

Ken: What? You know I d0n’t like Italian food.

Joe: (2) —————-? Of course I know. It’s a French restaurant.

Ken: I know that restaurant. There’s an article about

it in this magazine. (3)————–

Joe: Yes, that’s it. So, do you want to go?

Ken: (4) —————

Joe: Meet you there at 7pm?

Ken: (5) ————See you later.

ANSWERS: (1-c)(2-a)(3-e)(4-d)(5-b) 

  1. COMPLETE THE QUESTIONS FOR THE ANSWERS BELOW.
  2. A:——————————————-dinner?

B: He always comes home late and has dinner at around 9pm.

2.A—————————————–  shopping?

B: We usually go on Thursdays.

  1. A——————-magazines?

B: No, he doesn’t.

4.A—————————–shopping?

B: At the mall.

  1. A—————————– the washing-up?

B: Twice a week only.

  1. A:———————————karate lessons?

B: Yes, they do. They love karate.

 

ANSWERS: (1-when does he take dinner?)(2-when do you go for shopping?)(3-Does he read magazines?)(4-where do you go for shopping?)(5- How many times do you go for the washing up? )(6-do they take karate lessons?)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                       3 CHANGES Page: 35-47

Round-up

VO C A B U LA RY

  1. Match.
A B
1. bedside

2. living

3. air

4. city

5. bus

6. washing

a. conditioner

b. room

c. driver

d. machine

e. table

f. centre

ANSWERS: (1-e)(2-b)(3-a)(4-f)(5-c)(6-d)

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

[stadium – uncle – cloudy – nephew – drawer]

  1. My——————— Ahmed is my sister’s son.
  2. Is that your ——————–over there or your dad?
  3. England and France are playing at Wembley—————-tomorrow.
  4. Hey, come and see what’s in this ———————-
  5. It isn’t raining today, but it’s a bit——————- .

ANSWERS: (1- nephew)(2- uncle)(3- stadium)(4- drawer)(5-cloudy)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Prank’s flat is very depressed / convenient because it’s near the underground station.
  3. It’s a sunny day, but the temperature is around 7°C so it’s quite warm / chilly.
  4. Visit the museum. It’s a beautiful building / ceiling.
  5. I love Paris, special / especially in the spring.
  6. My son / daughter has lots of fun when her

cousins come to our house.

  1. Don’t decide / bring your umbrella. It never rains at this time of the year.

ANSWERS: (1- convenient)(2- chilly)(3- building)(4- especially)(5- daughter)(6- bring)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Is my backpack in / between the cupboard?
  3. There’s a book under/ opposite the bed. Whose is it?
  4. The lamp is between / on the sofa and the armchair.
  5. My house is above / opposite a big park.
  6. Put this painting on / in the wall under / above the bed.
  7. Let’s put the mirror behind / next to the bookcase.

ANSWERS: (1-in)(2-under)(3-between)(4-opposite)(5-on , above)(6- next to)

G R A M M A R

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

1.

A: Hey, Abdullah. What——————— you——————— (do)?

B: I ——————–(get) my backpack ready for my trip.

A: Really? Where——————- you————— (go)?

B: I —————–(visit) my cousin.

A: So, —————-you—————- (go) to Abha?

B: Yes, I am. My brother and I——————— (go) together.

2.

A: ———————Kyle—————— (work) today?

B: No, he has the day off.

A: Oh, so where is he?———————- he——————- (visit) his parents?

B: No, he——————– (not visit) his parents.

He’s at the furniture shop. He ———————(look for) furniture for his new flat.

A: Really? ——————he—————— (buy) a new TV, too?

B: I don’t know. Why?

A: Because I want his old one.

ANSWERS: (1-A- are , doing  B- are, going ,A- am going to visit, A- are ,going, B- are ,going, )(2-A- is, working, A- is ,visiting, B- is not visiting, is looking for, A- is, buying) 

  1. CHOOSE A, B OR C.
  2. This clock isn’t——————. Is it yours?
  3. ours b. our c. my
  4. There’s John and Phil. I can see—————– car.
  5. theirs b. their c. his
  6. A:————– mobile is this?

B: It’s ]erry’s.

  1. Who’s b. What c. Whose
  2. —————three bedrooms in my new house.
  3. There is b. There are c. They are
  4. My sister is getting married next month.————- wedding dress is beautiful.
  5. She b. Her c. Hers
  6. —————-an armchair in your study?
  7. Are there b. Is there c. There is
  8. Is there————— dishwasher in your kitchen?
  9. a b. an c. the

ANSWERS: (1-a)(2-b)(3-c)(4-b)(5-b)(6-b)(7-a)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.

1.

A: Are you watching / Do you watch this documentary?

B: No, I’m not / don’t.

A: Let’s watch the football match then. Man Utd and Chelsea play/ are playing tonight.

B: But you don’t watch / aren’t watching football.

A: I know, but it’s a big game.

2.

A: Hey, Cindy. I rearrange / ’m rearranging the furniture in my bedroom today. Can you help?

B: Sorry, I can’t. Tina and I spend/ are spending the day together. We go / ’re going shopping and then to a cafe.

A: But you never go / are never going to cafes!

B: Well, I am today. Where’s your sister? Can’t she help you?

A: No, she rarely helps / ’s rarely helping around the house. She just cooks / ’s just cooking.

 

COMMUNlCAT|0N

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE PHRASES A-E.
  2. Don’t worry.
  3. Long time no see.
  4. No problem.
  5. What’s wrong with you?
  6. That’s kind of you.

A: Hi, Richie. (1)——————

B: Hello there. How’s it going?

A: Great! Hey, Pm going to the park. Do you want to come?

B: (2)——————But I can’t. You see, I’m going to the hospital.

A: Why? (3)——————-

B: Oh, Pm OK. (4)————— My wife’s coming home with our new baby.

A: That’s great!

B: Yeah. Thanks anyway.

A: (5)—————– Maybe another time.

B: Sure.

ANSWERS: (1-b)(2-e)(3-d)(4-a)(5-c)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                   4 FEELING GOOD Page: 50-61

Round-up

VOCABULARY

  1. WRITE:

three vegetables

——————-,———————–,—————–

three kinds of fruit

——————-,———————–,—————–

 

three ailments

——————-,———————–,—————–

 

three drinks

——————-,———————–,—————–

ANSWERS: (1-potato, carrots, peas)(2-apple, banana, grapes)(3-headache, sore throat, temperature)(4- coke, juice, milk) 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. They should build /organise a new sports centre in our town.
  3. The volunteers want to raise / change money for the organisation.
  4. No ice cream for Larry. He’s allergic / allergy to chocolate.
  5. I have a horrible rash / flu on my arm.
  6. Naim always buys strong / trendy clothes.
  7. Drinking the water from this river can be harmful / dizzy to your health.
  8. Ronald is ill in bed. Give him this bowl / bottle of soup to eat.

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH SOME, ANY OR NO.

1.

A: Do you want——————— orange juice?

B: No, thanks. Do we have——————- coke?

A: Well, there’s——————— coke in the fridge but there’s a can in the cupboard.

B: No, thanks. I can’t drink it Warm.

2.

A: Let’s make ——————–chicken sandwiches. We have——————- chicken in the fridge.

B: Great. Oh no! We don’t have———— cheese.

A: Go to the supermarket and get—————- cheese, then.

ANSWERS: (1-A-some ,B- any A- no ,)(2-A-some,no,B- any, A-some )

  1. CIRCLE A, B OR C.
  2. There isn’t salt in the rice. I don’t like it.
  3. some b. much c. a little
  4. My favourite dessert is ice cream with blueberries on top.
  5. a little b. a few c. a lot
  6. people are allergic to aubergines.
  7. A little b. Much c. Lots of
  8. Jack is shy and doesn’t have friends. I think only two.
  9. many b. a few c. any
  10. When I come back from the gym, I usually drink glasses of water.
  11. much b. a few c. a little
  12. Would you like milk in your tea?
  13. a little b. much c. many

ANSWERS: (1-c)(2-c)(3-c)(4-c)(5-b)(6-a)

  1. COMPLETE WITH SUBJECT OR OBJECT PERSONAL PRONOUNS.
  2. Hisham and Murad go jogging every morning. ————–love————–
  3. A: Would you like some grapes?

B: No, thanks.————– don’t like—————

Sue loves grapes. Give some to ————-.

  1. Bring ——————a menu, please. We’d like to order.
  2. A: How does Jim get to work?

B: Well,————- doesn’t have a car so Tom gives———– a lift every day.

ANSWERS: (1-they, it)(2-I, them, her)(3-us)(4-he, him)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. I like cherries, but / so I don’t like cherry ice cream.
  3. When I work long hours, I get tired but / and have stress.
  4. Paul is really fit but / because he goes jogging every day.
  5. I usually put lots of salt but / and pepper on my pasta.

5.1 never finish a pizza, so / because I put some in the fridge for later.

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH THE PHRASES A-F.

1

Waiter :- (1) —————-

Man:- Yes, I am. I’d like the lasagne.

Waiter :- (2)—————–

Man:- That’s OK.

Waiter :-The mushroom soup is very good.

Man:- (3) ——————

Waiter :- A garden salad.

Man:- OK, that sounds nice.

2-

Man:- Good afternoon, Doctor.

Doctor:- Hello. (4)

Man:- It’s my head. I get headaches all the time.

Doctor:- Do you work a lot?

Man:- No, and I sleep for eight hours every night

Doctor:- (5)———————

Man:- I know I should eat lots of fruit and vegetables, so I do. But I also love chocolate.

Doctor:- Hmm… (6)———————-It can give you headaches, you know.

Man:- Really? I should stop eating it, then.

ANSWERS: (1-d)(2-b)(3-e)(4-b)(5-f) (6-c)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5 THINKING BACK Page: 63- 75

Round-up

VOCABULARY

  1. MATCH.
A B
1. pass

2. go

3. be afraid

4. do

5. get

6. lose

7. pick up

a. of heights

b. a degree

c. the phone

d. water sports

e. an exam

f. my memory

g. sightseeing

ANSWERS: (1-d)(2-g)(3-a)(4-e)(5-b)(6-f)(7-c)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.          
  2. What courses did you get / take at college?
  3. Shhh! Hide / Wave in the wardrobe and don’t come out! There’s a burglar in our house!
  4. Listen! The phone is hitting! ringing!
  5. That man over there stole / forgot my bag! Let’s call the police.
  6. Mazin couldn’t speak at the age / space of two.
  7. From this window you can see the international/ entire city. The view is amazing.

 

  1. CHOOSE A, B OR C.

1.———- , when I got to the gym last night, the lights went out and I couldn’t work out.

  1. Unfortunately b. Luckily c. Suddenly
  2. Did the police catch the ————? He was dangerous and he had a gun.
  3. burglar b. writer c. poet
  4. Please,————— to ring Kelly tonight.
  5. remember b. imagine c. forget
  6. What’s that—————? Did you hit your head?
  7. voice b. bump c. lecture
  8. It’s not————— to swim in the sea when there isn’t a lifeguard on the beach.
  9. terrible b. safe c. shocked
  10. My sister was born blind but she went to school, got a degree in Biology and now she’s a—————
  11. burglar b. teenager c. scientist

ANSWERS: (1-c)(2-a)(3-a)(4-a)(5-b)(6-c)

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

A: Guess what! I (1)————– (see) Mr Jackson last night!

B: Who’s he?

A: Don’t you remember him? He (2) —————-A (be) the Maths teacher at our school.

B: Really? I (3)————- (think) his name was Jones.

A: No. Mr Jones (4)————- (teach) English.

B: Oh, yeah you’re right! I (5)—————– (not be)

very good at Maths. I (6)—————— (fail) lots

of Mr Jackson’s tests.

A: What’s wrong? You look very tired.

B: I(7)————— (not sleep) well last night.

A: Why? (8)————- (you / have) work to do?

B: No, but I (9) (hear) a loud noise at around 2am and (10) (wake up). I

(11)—————- (not can) sleep after that.

A: What (12)————– (be) it?

I don’t know.

ANSWERS: (1-saw)(2-was)(3-thought)(4-taught)(5-didnot)(6- failled)(7-did not sleep)(8-had you)(9-heared)(10-woke up) (11-couldnot)(12-was)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Bassam speaks Japanese very good / well. He lived in Japan when he was a teenager.
  3. That was a very dangerous / dangerously thing to do. Don’t do it again.
  4. Lucy is still a baby. She can’t speak clear / clearly.
  5. That lift isn’t safe / safely. We should use this one.
  6. Don’t speak loud / loudly! I have a terrible headache.
  7. I can easy / easily pass the Biology test but I need your help in Physics.

 

  1. CHOOSE A, B OR C.
  2. ——————-run fast when you were 5 years old?
  3. Can you b. Could you c. Were you
  4. Nourah———— terrified after the burglary at her house.
  5. wasn’t b. were c. was
  6. Murad and Bill got their degree three years————-
  7. last b. ago c. yesterday
  8. What time————- lack leave this morning?
  9. was b. could c. did
  10. Did you————- up basketball at the age of seven?
  11. take b. took c. taking
  12. Sami———— his sunglasses. Do you know where they are?
  13. could find b. can’t find c. can find

ANSWERS: (1-b)(2-c)(3-b)(4-c)(5-a)(6-b)

 

COMMUNICATION

  1. CHOOSE A OR B.
  2. I was very tired and fell asleep in class yesterday.
  3. How embarrassing! b. For a couple of hours.
  4. I’m going to the school reunion tonight!
  5. Look out! b. Have a great time!
  6. What’s the matter?
  7. You missed out. b. l failed the test.
  8. Oh, no! There’s a burglar in the house!
  9. OK. Calm down and call the police! b. All l could say was “Help!”
  10. The phone is ringing.
  11. Pick it up! b. Get away!

ANSWERS: (1-b)(2-b)(3-a)(4-a)(5-a)

 

  1. COMPLETE THE QUESTIONS FOR THE ANSWERS BELOW.

A: ——————————————your degree?

B: I got it in 2003.

 

  1. A:———————————— fishing yesterday?

B: No, we didn’t, but we went scuba-diving.

 

  1. A: when you were four years old?

B: No, of course I c0uldn’t read!

  1. A:——————————– ?

B: I was born in 1992.

 

  1. A: ——————————-Where the burglar?

B: The police caught him in the park.

ANSWERS: (1-from where you got)(2-did you do )(3-could you read)(4-when was you born)(5- was caught)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6 EVENTS Page: 77-89

Round-up

VOCABULARY

 

  1. Write:

three months

——————,—————–,—————–

three animals

——————,—————–,—————–

three ordinals

——————,—————–,—————–

ANSWERS: (1-January, February, March)(2-Cow,camel,monkey)(3-first, second, third) 

  1. CHOOSE A, B OR C.
  2. The —————-of the competition gets £2000.
  3. winner b. visitor c. loser
  4. Can you —————– the kids from school? I’m very busy.
  5. arrange b. pick up c. wear
  6. Karen, can you —————an appointment with Zoe for tomorrow? I have to see her.
  7. cancel b. take c. arrange
  8. Can I ————- your pencil? I don’t have one.
  9. borrow b. lend c. own
  10. Charlie’s ———————-ceremony is next week.
  11. graduation b. celebration c. leaflet
  12. All —————– to the zoo want to see the sharks.
  13. people b. visitors c. visits
  14. The event is going to be great. Don’t —————— it!
  15. miss b. cancel c. lose
  16. My brother wants to take —————-; in the poetry competition.
  17. up b. place c. part

ANSWERS: (1-a)(2-b)(3-a)(4-a)(5-b)(6-b)(7-a)(8-c)

 

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH THE FUTURE GOING TO OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

1.

A: Let’s go to the festival tomorrow.

B: I’m afraid I can’t. I———————— (visit) my cousin tomorrow.

A: Come on! You have to come.

B: Where—————- it————— (take) place?

A: In the city centre. So, you ——————(come)?

B: OK, but I————- (go) to my cousin’s first.

 

2.

A: ——————you ——————-(take) part in the race, Mark?

B: Of course. And I—————— (win) first prize. The winner ————————(get) £1000.

A: Really? Then I ——————-(take) part, too.

B: —————-you actually ———————–(swim) for two hours?

A: No, I’m only joking.

ANSWERS: (1-A- ‘m going to,B- is going ,to take,A- are you going to come, B-am going to go)(2-A-are you going to take, B- ‘m going to win, is going to get A- going to take, B-are you actually going to swim)

 

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH COMPOUNDS OF SOME, ANY, NO AND EVERY.

1.

A: There’s——————– here. What time is the meeting?

B: In five minutes. Where did—————— go?

A: Maybe they went to the office upstairs. Come on

let’s check it out. I think I can hear——————.

2.

A: Where did you go last weekend?

B: ——————–. I stayed at home.

A: What did you do?

B: —————–much. I was very tired and I slept all day.

A: You’re so lazy. Get up! Let’s do——————– or go———————-.

3.

A: I can’t find my sunglasses—————– .

B: Did you look under the furniture?

A: Yes, I did. I looked———— . I even looked in the car.

B: Maybe——————- took them.

A: Who?

B: Your sister.

A: No, I don’t think so. She never takes————— without telling me.

ANSWERS: (1-A-no one, B -everyone, A-someone)(2-B-nowhere B-nothing A- something, somewhere)(3-A-nowhere, A-everywhere, B- someone, A- anything)

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Tina can’t go out. She have to / has to study.
  3. Can / May you book a hotel room for us in Dammam?
  4. Greg is ill. How about give / giving him a call?
  5. Why don’t you wear / wearing your leather jacket tonight?
  6. Will / May I use your phone?
  7. Let’s go to bed. We have to get / getting up early tomorrow morning.

 

COMMUNECATION

  1. WHAT WOULD YOU SAY IN THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS? USE THE WORDS IN BOLD.

 

1- You want a glass of water. (could)

Could you give me a glass of water?

2- A friend wants to go out with you, but you can’t make it tonight. (afraid)

I’m afraid to take you with me tonight.

3- You want to invite a friend for lunch. (how)

How please if you do lunch with us.

4- You want your PA to arrange an appointment with the dentist. (will)

Will you arrange an appointment with the dentist?

5- A friend wants you to go shopping with him / her, but you have an appointment with the dentist. (have to)

I’m sorry, I have appointment with the dentist.

6- You want to borrow your friend’s camera. (can)

Can I borrow your camera?

 

MATCH.

   
1. Which lecture are you going to attend?

2. I’m not looking forward to my trip.

3. Don’t miss the football match tonight.

4. Do me a favour, please.

5. I’m taking part in an art competition.

a.   Good luck!

b.   Certainly.

c.   That’s a shame.

d.   Well, I’m definitely going to the one Mr Peters is giving.

e.   Pm going to watch it from the start. That’s for sure.

ANSWERS: (1-d)(2-e)(3-b)(4-c)(5-a)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                            7 ONE OF A KIND Page: 91-103

Round-up

VOCABULARY

  1. CROSS OUT THE ODD WORD. THEN ADD ONE MORE.
  2. earrings – trousers – jumper – skirt – ————-
  3. hat – scarf– belt – shirt- ————–
  4. overweight – owner – handsome – chubby- ——–
  5. plane – tram – traffic – ship – ————-
  6. MATCH. THEN USE THE CORRECT FORM OF THE

PHRASES TO COMPLETE THE SENTENCES.

(have, get, look, go, pay, around, in cash , a look , like , straight a head)

 

  1. I don’t have my credit card with me so I’d like to——————–
  2. A: Excuse me, where’s the post office?

B: Turn left here and then—————- . It’s on your left, next to a supermarket.

  1. A: How do you usually—————– in the city?

B: By bus.

  1. A: ——————-at this word. Do you know what it means?

B: No, I don’t. Where’s the dictionary?

  1. Tom——————– his father, Adam.

ANSWERS: (1-pay in cash)(2-look straight ahead)(3- go around)(4-look)(5-have a look)

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. You can’t avoid / afford to buy a new car. You just got a new house.
  3. Excuse me, you didn’t give me a receipt / change for the shirt.
  4. Go through / past the bank and the museum is on your right.
  5. I was really amazed /unbelievable when I heard that lack passed the test.
  6. Thank you very much for the information. It was very kind / helpful.
  7. Ben’s brother is a tall, slim / wavy man in his late 20s.
  8. The man walked towards / into the bank, but he didn’t enter. Suddenly, he turned down / around and left.

ANSWERS: (1-)(2-)(3-)(4-)(5-)(6-)(7-)

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH ONE OR ONES.
  2. A: Which earrings are you going to buy?

B: The silver —————, I think. I like them better.

A: Yeah, the gold ————-don’t match your clothes.

  1. Carol has two brothers. The—————– with the short wavy hair is Alex, and the—————— with the straight hair and green eyes is Paul.
  2. A: I’m getting a club sandwich. Are you getting ———————-, too?

B: I don’t know.

A: They also have salads. Do you want ————–?

B: No, I want two of those sandwiches over there.

A: Do you mean the——————– with chicken?

B: Yes.

ANSWERS: (1-B-ones,A- ones)(2-one,one)(3-A-one, A-ones A-ones)

 

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN BRACKETS AND TOO OR ENOUGH.
  2. A: Why don’t you get this jumper?

B: I can’t afford it. lt’s————— (expensive) for me.

  1. I can’t stand this place. It is—————— (crowded) in here.
  2. I didn’t have—————– (money) to go out this weekend. So I stayed at home.
  3. Last night it was————— (hot) and I couldn’t sleep.
  4. I can’t wear this hat. It’s not————– (trendy) for me.
  5. This shirt doesn’t look good on you. It isn’t ———————(big).

ANSWERS: (1-too)(2-too)(3-enough)(4-too)(5-enough)(6-too)

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE COMPARATIVE OR SUPERLATIVE FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS.
  2. Karen’s cat, Bruce, is the————– (aggressive) cat in our neighbourhood.
  3. Murad has lots of friends. He’s the —————–(friendly) boy at school.
  4. I have to take the bus to work every day. My house is—————- (far) from work than yours.
  5. Lamya is——————– (young) than her sister Salwa, but Lamya is—————– (tall) than Salwa.
  6. Barbara and Kim didn’t pass the Biology test. It was——————— (difficult) than last year’s.
  7. I don’t want to learn how to ride a motorbike. I think it’s the——————- (dangerous) way to get around.
  8. Dennis is one of the ———————(good) players in the team and Gary is one of the—————— (bad)
  9. The underground is the (popular) means of transport. It’s also—————- (fast) than other means of transport.

ANSWERS: (1-more aggressive)(2-most friendly)(3-farther)(4-younger, taller)(5- more difficult)(6-more dangerous )(7-best, worst)(8- most popular  faster  )

 

COMMUNICATION

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE.

Shop assistant: (1)———————— ?

Man: Yes, (2)—————————– this shirt in black?

Shop assistant: Yes, we do.

Man: Great! Can I try it on?

Shop assistant: Sure. (3) ———————–?

Man: Medium.

Shop assistant: Here you are.

Shop assistant:  So, (4)————————- ?

Man: Yes, I think it fits me very Well.(5)—————- ?

Shop assistant: There’s a discount, so it’s €7().

Man: Great.

Shop assistant: (6)————————– ?

Man: In cash. Here’s €100.

Shop assistant: Thank you very much. (7)————– and your receipt.

Man: Thanks.

ANSWERS: (1- What can I do for you sir?)(2- I need shirt)(3- what size do you need)(4-is the medium size is fit for you)(5- is any discount)(6- How would you like to pay)(7-here ‘s it’s.)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                           8 ADVENTURE Page: 105-117

Round-up

VOCAB U LA RY

A Match.

A B
1. petrol

2. life

3. seat

4. flat

5. bungee

6. rock

7. first

a. tyre

b. aid

c. station

d. jumping

e. climbing

f. belt

g. jacket

ANSWERS: (1-c)(2-g)(3-f)(4-a)(5-d)(6-e)(7-b) 

 

 

B COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

{down – up -out -on –to- on- of- up- at }

1- Yesterday evening we ran————— of milk and I had to go to the supermarket to get some.

2- You can’t use that lift. lt’s out—————— order.

3- Last Tuesday was a nightmare. My car broke———————

and I was late for an important meeting.

4- Charlie is late but don’t worry. He’s ——————–his way.

5- Why don’t you put—————– your jacket? It’s a bit chilly.

6- Murad is really angry because Torn didn’t show —————————-at his graduation ceremony.

7- When you ride your motorbike, you should wear your helmet——————- all times.

8- According——————the dictionary, port means left in sailing.

9- Where’s the dictionary? I need to look——————- a word.

ANSWERS: (1-out)(2-of)(3-down)(4-on)(5-on)(6-)(7-)(8-to)(9-at)

 

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. These clothes aren’t suitable / useful for children.
  3. Brazil has the largest attraction / population in South America.
  4. At the camp we learnt how to build a shelter / leader. It was really interesting.
  5. I don’t know anything about our new neighbours. They’re a bit adventurous / mysterious.
  6. Steve, I’m trying to sleep. Tell James to stop fixing / blowing his whistle. I hate that noise.
  7. The mechanic / instructor told us to use our compass when sailing.

 

 

GRAMMAR

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN THE BOX.

[see – camp – climb – run – not – make ]

  1. I —————-a fire before so I don’t know how to do it. Can you help me?
  2. ——————–you ever——————- in the forest?
  3. Liam—————– never—————- a real horse in

his life. Can you believe it?

  1. Our group leader————————- Mount Fuji twice.

He’s a really active person.

  1. My father——————– never—————- out of petrol, but I have.

ANSWERS: (1-have not made)(2-have , camped)(3-has, seen )(4- has climbed)(5-has , run)

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OR THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. A: ——————–you —————-(ever / try) any extreme sports?

B: Yes. In fact, last summer I ———————(be) at

an adventure camp and——————– (do) lots

of water sports.

A: ——————-you—————— (try) scuba-diving?

B: Yes, I (love) it!

  1. My parents—————– (travel) to the Amazon rainforest two years ago. They—————– (enjoy)

their trip, but they———————- (think) it was quite

a dangerous place. I ——————(not be) there, but I don’t think I want to go. I’m not that adventurous.

ANSWERS: (1-A- have, ever tried,B-was ,did, A-have, tried, B-loved)       (2- have travelled ,enjoyed , thought, was not, )

  1. COMPLETE WITH BEEN OR GONE.
  2. A: Dennis and Ken sent me an e-mail last night.

They’ve———— to Beijing on holiday.

B: But they’ve—————— there twice before.

A: Well, they love China.

  1. A: Is Billy here?

B: No. He’s————— to the dentist. He had a terrible toothache this morning.

A: Oh, I haven’t————- to the dentist lately, but

I have to go because I have a terrible toothache, too.

  1. A: Has Bilal ever——————– to that new Italian restaurant?

B: No. He doesn’t like Italian food, but I’ve—————

there once and I just loved the food.

ANSWERS: (1-A-gone, B-been,)(2-B-gone, A-been)(3-A-gone, been)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Ali hasn’t tried waterskiing ago / before.
  3. Sami took his car to the mechanic yesterday / before morning.
  4. Have you ever / once had a flat tyre?
  5. I lost my keys two days ago / before and I still can’t find them.
  6. I’ve ever /never explored a cave, but I’d really love to experience something like that.
  7. Where were you last / before night?
  8. REWRITE THE SENTENCES USING REPORTED SPEECH
  9. “Wear your seat belt,” Dad said to Rob.
  10. “Look up the words in your dictionaries,” the

teacher told the students.

  1. “Help me build a shelter, please,” Bill said to Alan
  2. “Turn left and go straight ahead,” the security

guard told us.

  1. “Tell me your secret, please,” Bassam said to Mike

ANSWERS: (1-Dad told Rob to wear his seat belt)(2- The teacher told the students to look up the words in their dictionaries.)(3- Bill requested to Alan to help him to build a shelter)(4- The security guard guided us to turn left and go straight ahead)(5- Bassam requested to Mike to tell him his secret)

COMMUNICAUON

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE PHRASES A-E.
  2. You don’t have much time left, I have to say.
  3. I’m going to study all night long.
  4. Tell me about it.
  5. I have no trouble studying at night.
  6. It took me almost a week.

 

Sue: This project is really difficult.

Tina: (1) —————————– I finished mine last night and I was so tired.

Really? How long did it take you?

Tina: (2)———————

Sue: Oh no, we have to give it to Mrs Baxton in two days.

Tina: (3)—————-

Sue: Don’t worry, I can do it.

Tina: How? What are you going to do?

Sue: (4) ———————

Tina: I can’t study during the night.

Sue: I can. (5) ——————-

Tina: You’re lucky.

Answers: (1-c)(2-e)(3-a)(4-b)(5-d)

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