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

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

CONTENTS

 

MODULE 1 ME MYSELF AND I PAGE: 6-15

1 ROUND-UP

  1. CROSS OUT THE ODD WORD. THEN ADD ONE MORE.
  2. ORANGE – park – red – black – pink — ——————
  3. photographer – secretary – GADGET – waiter – hairdresser———————
  4. funny – polite – outgoing – CAMERA – rude —————–
  5. UNIVERSITY – hungry – tired – bored – busy —————–
  6. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  7. These / Those shoes over there are my favourite.
  8. Helens’ / Helen’s mobile phone is silver.
  9. My sister / sisters are shy.
  10. Those / These cameras over here are expensive.
  11. These are the student’s / students’ backpacks.
  12. The children’s / childrens’ house is over there.
  13. That woman / women is very serious.
  14. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

( their  is   she    are    they     an    my    is     he     my     we     are    a    his)

 

  1. Musa: Who—————— ?

Alan : That’s Steve and that man is————— friend. He’s——————- architect.

Musa:  Really?

Alan : Yeah. Look! That is——————– neighbour, Tom, over there.

  1. Jerry : Who ——————–?

Brand: He’s—————– brother. He’s  —————teacher.

  1. Lynn: Who—————– ?

Pam:  ———————-friend, Amanda.

Lynn:  Are you good friends?

Pam : Yes,—————– .

ANSWERS: (1- are they, his, an , his )(2-is he ,my , a )(3- is she ,my, we are )

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUES WITH CAN AND THE WORDS IN BRACKETS. GIVE SHORT ANSWERS WHERE POSSIBLE.
  2. Neil: ———————————————————- (you / look for) information on the Internet?

John : No, ———————————————————-  . I’m busy now.

Neil : ———————————————————- (I / use) your computer then?

John : Yes, ———————————————————-  .

Eric : ———————————————————-  (Paul / ride) a motorbike?

Peter:  Yes, ———————————————————-  , but he———————————————————-  (not drive) a car

Eric : ———————————————————- (he / speak) Chinese?

Peter:  No, ———————————————————-  .

ANSWERS: (1-can you look for, I can’t , can I use, sure)(2- can Paul ride, he can,  can’t drive , can he speak, he can’t)

  1. MATCH.
   
1. What’s your surname?

2. Is he the football coach?

3. How do you spell your surname?

4. What’s the time?

5. Let’s go out.

a)      H-U-M-P-H—R-Y

b)      Yes, he is.

c)      Isn’t it a bit late?

d)      Smith.

e)      A quarter past twelve

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

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE SENTENCES
   
a. Oh! I see.

b. So what do you do?

c. What about you?

d. Me too

e. Pleasure to meet.

Bill: Hello. My name’s Bill.

Liam: (1)———————- I’m Liam

Bill: (2) ———————–

Liam: I’m a photographer.

Bill: Really? (3)———————-

Liam: I work at Madmag. (4)—————-

Bill: Well, Pm unemployed.

Liam: (5) ————————–

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

  1. READ THE E-MAILS AND COMPLETE THE SENTENCES.

To…  Jack

From l Harry

Jack,

Hi, what’s up? Let’s go to the pizza restaurant tonight at seven. Oh! There’s a great new bookshop near

The restaurant. it has interesting books and they aren’t expensive. Let’s go there, too.

See you,

Harry

To… l Harry

From…  Jack

Harry,

Hello. l’m really tired. i have a lot of work. l can’t go out tonight. l’m really sorry. See you on Monday at

college.

Have a good night,

Jack

 

  1. The bookshop is———————————– the pizza restaurant.
  2. The books aren’t ——————————————-.
  3. lack is————————————- and can’t———————————————-

ANSWERS: (1-near)(2-expensive)(3- tired , go out )

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODULE 2 DAY BY DAY  PAGE: 6-15

 

2 ROUND-UP

  1. Write:
  2. four days of the week:

————————-,————————-,—————————-,———————–

  1. four jobs: :

————————-,————————-,—————————-,———————–

  1. four everyday activities:

————————-,————————-,—————————-,———————–

ANSWERS: (1-Sunday, Monday, Tuesday , Wednesday )(2-nurse, editor, shef, receptionist )(3-eating, sleeping, walking, studying)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. What time do you usually have breakfast / washing-up?
  3. Jane is a reporter / nurse. She works at a hospital.
  4. The waiter / salesperson at this café is very outgoing.
  5. Send me an SMS message / information when you get there.
  6. My brother plays basketball but he’s not a sports freak / single.
  7. COMPLETE THE BLANKS WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS AND THE BOXES WITH PREPOSITINS OF TIME
  8. Sue——————— (not do) the housework : ——————-the morning. She start ———————————-around three.
  9. A: ——————–your brother———————- (work) at the Calypso Hotel?

B: Yes, he’s a bellboy. He———————– (work) there ——————————- the weekend.

  1. Carl and Rob —————————–(get) up ——————– six o’clock, but they (not go) to work ————————-nine. They——————— (work) ———————- nine ———————– five every day.
  2. Alan sometimes————————- (check) his e-mails —————————-the afternoon.
  3. A: ————————you————————- (take) karate lessons?

B: Yes, ————————– Mondays and Wednesdays.

ANSWERS: (1- does not do, in, starts, at)(2-Does, work , works, on)(3- get, at, do not go, at)(4- checks , in)(5- on)

  1. REWRITE THE SENTENCES USING THE WORDS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Wendy goes shopping with her friends from work. (usually)

Wendy usually goes shopping with her friends from work.

  1. He cooks dinner on Friday nights. (never)

He never cooks dinner on Friday nights.

  1. They don’t stay at home on Thursdays. (often)

They often don’t stay at home on Thursdays.

  1. I play video games on my computer. (rarely)

I rarely play video games on my computer.

  1. Afaf and Inas talk on the phone. (sometimes)

Afaf and Inas sometimes talk on the phone.

  1. My brother doesn’t go to the gym on Thursdays. (always)

My brother doesn’t go to the gym on Thursdays always.

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE CORRECT FORM OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. A: Let’s stay at home tonight.

B: OK. What do you want ————————————(do)?

A: What about a computer game?

B: Oh, I can’t stand——————————–(play) computer games.

  1. A: Do you enjoy (read) the Friday newspaper?

B: No, but I like———————– (look) at the magazines.

  1. A: Would you like———————— (come) shopping with me tomorrow?

B: No, thanks. I hate———————–(go) shopping. What do you want  ————————–(buy)?

A: A pair of black shoes.

ANSWERS: (1-B-to do , B- to play)(2-A-to read B- to look)(3-to come , B-to go ,to buy)

  1. MATCH.
   
l. Where’s Mr Costner’s office?

2. When do we have lunch break?

3. What do you think of the book?

4. When does she check her e-mails?

5. How often do you play video games?

a. In her free time.

b. Let me show you.

c. About four times a week

d. In a bit.

e. It’s very interesting.

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

  1. READ AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.

My name is Sulaiman Ameer. I am a graphic designer and people like looking at my work. I often get e-mails, or people call me and ask me to work for them. I love my job because I can work part-time or full-time, and I work from home! I hate going to an office every day, so this job is fantastic. I always take my laptop to the park and work there on Wednesday . It’s great because I can work any place or time I want! I sometimes work from nine to five, but I usually work from about six in the evening to after midnight. I do brilliant work late at night.

I can get up when I want, go to bed when I want and start and finish work when I want. I think I have a great job!

  1. What does Sulaiman do?

Ans: Sulaiman is a graphic designer.

  1. How do people contact Sulaiman?

Ans: People contact Sulaiman by emails or telephone.

  1. Where does Sulaiman usually work?

Ans: Sulaiman usually works in his house.

  1. When does Sulaiman work in the park?

Ans: Sulaiman works on Wednesday in the park.

  1. When is the best time for Sulaiman to work?

Ans: Late at night is the best time for Sulaiman to work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODULE  3 CHANGES CH PAGE: 16-25

3 ROUND-UP

  1. PUT THE WORDS IN THE CORRECT CATEGORY AND ADD ONE MORE.

Sofa   museum      chilly       wardrobe          bookcase          cloudy       bookshop      bank          cousin   sunny     uncle      son               bed        stadium        hot        nephew

family furniture places in a city weather
Cousin

Uncle

Son

Nephew

Father

Sofa

Wardrobe

Bookcase

Bed

Chair

Museum

Bookshop

Bank

Stadium

Masjid

Chilly

Cloudy

Sunny

Hot

Windy

  1. CHOOSE A, B OR C.
  2. Kevin has a(n)—————— house.
  3. lovely b. actually c. exactly
  4. My brother’s new car is in the——————- .
  5. balcony b. garage c. kitchen Alan Sure.
  6. The ———————-doesn’t work and I hate doing the washing-up.
  7. dishwasher b. microwave c. fridge
  8. This documentary is very——————— .
  9. interesting b. depressed c. convenient
  10. Tony Can I———————— you a question?
  11. answer b. ask c. tell
  12. I have the day ——————-tomorrow. Let’s go to the beach
  13. in b. on c. off

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

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PREPOSITIONS IN THE BOX.

( behind      above        under       in     between )

  1. What’s that ———————— the rug?
  2. That painting ———————— the fireplace is beautiful.
  3. Let’s put this armchair———————— the sofa and the bookcase.
  4. Jeff puts all his books ———————— that box.
  5. Is that Neil———————— Mr Johnson?

ANSWERS: (1-under)(2-above)(3-between)(4-in)(5-behind)

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE PRESENT SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Robert Hey, Peter!———————– you——————— (go) to the city centre tonight?

Peter No. I———————- (stay) at home because I’m tired.

Robert But you——————– (usually / go) out with your friends on Friday evenings.

Peter Yes, but tonight I can’t.

  1. Ben Eliot————————- (stay) with his parents these days because he——————– (look for) a new flat.

Eric Really? Where—————— his parents ——————–(live)?

Ben They ———————(live) at 24 Bell Road.

 

  1. Emily Hello, Alice! What you (do)?

Alice I ——————————(rearrange) the furniture in the living room.

Emily That’s a good idea. I ————————-(sometimes / do) that at my place, too.

  1. Adam Where is Mr Smith?

Rida He————————– (interview) a man for the photographer’s job.

Adam But he—————————— (usually / interview) people in the afternoon.

Rida Yes, I know. But this afternoon he ———————(visit) his grandfather in hospital, so he can’t stay.

Adam Oh, I see.

ANSWERS: (1-are , going, ‘m staying , usually go)(2-stays, is looking for, do , live, are living)(3-are , doing, ‘m rearranging , sometimes do)(4-is interviewing , usually interviews , is visiting )

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.

Hi Tom!

How’s life? I’m great! I’m at (1) the / – Harry’s new house helping him out. He lives  in (2) – / the Whitestone. It’s (3) a / – small suburb near (4) the / – city centre. (5) His / He’s house is (6) a / – nice and big. (7) There’s /It’s a beautiful garden all around it, too. That’s us at (8) – / the home. That cat is (9) he’s / his. It’s  called Rocky. He loves (10) the / – cats. Anyway, what about you? What are you these days?

Bye

Steve

  1. PUT THE DIALOGUE IN THE CORRECT ORDER. WRITE 1-6.
I know! Let’s go out together. 5
I’m a bit down. 2
That’s kind of you, but I can’t. 6
What’s wrong with you? 1
Why? Is it the weather? 3
No. I like cloudy weather. 4
  1. READ AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.

FENG SHUI EVERY.

Feng Shui is a Chinese science. It is more than 5000 years old, but it is very popular today.

In the Chinese language, “Feng” is “wind” and “Shui” is “water”. According to Feng Shui,

there are many things you can use to make your life healthy, like colours and furniture. For

“good” Feng Shui, all the things-in your life need to have a balance; your work, your friends,

even your house and furniture! When you have a good balance, you also have positive

energy, “Chi” or “Qi,” as it is called in Feng Shui. Here are some things you can do in your

house to make sure you have good Feng Shui.

  • Don’t keep things you don’t need. Do you REALLY need ten pairs of black shoes? No!
  • Clean your house especially the bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. lt’s the only way to start a healthy life.
  • Rearrange the things in your bedroom. Don’t put your bed opposite the door or next to a wall. Have two bedside tables and use colours like white, light yellow or brown to paint the walls. Also, do not keep a computer or TV in there. They bring bad energy!
  • Make sure you have good light in your house all the time. Open the windows a lot, so you get good clean air and light from outside.
  • Close all your doors at night, even the bathroom and wardrobe doors!
  1. How old is Peng Shui?

Ans: Peng Shui is more than 5000 years old.

  1. What can you use to make your life healthy?

Ans: We can use colours and furniture to make your life healthy.

  1. What colours are good for a bedroom?

Ans: white, light yellow and brown are good for a bedroom.

  1. What do you need to do every night?

Ans: we need to close all the doors at night.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODULE  4 FEELINB GOOD  PAGE: 26-45

4 ROUND-UP

  1. COMPLETE THE CROSSWORD.
  2. I really want to go to Ireland so I’m very————————– about it.
  3. It’s ————————to eat fruit and vegetables every day.
  4. Can I have a———————— of water, please?
  5. I’m thinking of taking up tennis. Are you———————— ?
  6. Linda always wears————————- clothes.
  7. Waiter, we’d like to order. Can we see the————————-?
  8. This———————— is trying to raise money for the poor.

ANSWERS: (1-excited)(2-important)(3-glass)(4-interested)(5-trendy)(6-menu)(7-organization)

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

( receive   sell      sleep       build      paint        choose )

  1. I can’t ————————— at night and I believe it’s because I have stress.
  2. This room looks horrible. I think we should————————— the walls light blue.
  3. What would you like for dessert? Here’s the menu. —————————
  4. There’s a problem with Jack’s computer and he can’t————————— any e-mails.
  5. They want to————————— a new shopping centre in our neighbourhood, but I don’t like the idea.
  6. My brother wants to ————————— his car. Do you want to buy it?

ANSWERS: (1-sleep)(2-paint)(3-choose)(4-recieve)(5-build)(6-sell)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.

Hassan : What seems to be the problem?

Karim:  I have a terrible toothache and I don’t have (1) any / no painkillers.

Hassan:  Oh, I have (2) some / no painkillers on the table. Take (3) they/ them.

Karim:  Oh, thanks a lot.

Hassan:  Would you like (4) any/ some water, too?

Karim : Yes, please. I have a headache, too. Oh, and Ali is waiting for (5) us / we at the restaurant.

Hassan:  Don’t worry! Just stay at home and relax. I can tell (6) he / him that you aren’t feeling very well.

Karim:  Thanks.

  1. COMPLETE WITH MUCH, MANY, A LOT OF LOTS OF, A LITTLE OR A FEW.
  2. Mike So, how————————- money do you need to raise for the orphanage?

Larry I have no idea. But there are————————– orphans and they all need our help.

  1. Vicky Yuck! How———————– onions are there in this salad?

Noor Well, I usually put ————————onions in my salad; three or four.

  1. Angie I want to make some mushroom soup, but I only have—————————— mushrooms in the fridge

I need to go to the supermarket and get some more.

Sophia Can I come with you? I want to buy———————- things, too.

  1. Kathy I don’t drink milk. What about you?

Helen Well, I only drink ——————–milk, too. Just a glass a day.

ANSWERS: (1-much, a lot of)(2-many , a few)(3-a little, lots of)(4-much , a little)

  1. MATCH.
   
1. We want to raise money for the poor.

2.l have a sore throat.

3. I’m allergic to peaches.

4. Doctor, I feel really dizzy, but I don’t know what’s wrong with me.

5. Tom is a vegetarian.

a. You should take some medicine.

b. You should do some tests.

c. You should organise a big event.

d. You shouldn’t put chicken in sandwich.

e. You shouldn’t this fruit salad, then.

 

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

  1. READ AND TICK THE THINGS THAT ARE TRUE ACCORDING TO THE TEXT

FEEL GREAT

How do you feel when you wake up in the morning? Do you feel tired and can’t get up? Do you have 0 terrible headache? Follow our advice and start feeling better.

Get up and move! Start exercising and feel great. Nowadays, people work long hours and there’s no time to go to the gym. So, don’t take your car or motorbike and walk to work. That’s exercising, too

Hang out with your friends and have fun. Spending time with people you love gives you more energy.

When you have a shower, change the temperature of the water from cold to hot and back again every thirty seconds. It wakes your body up and makes you feel great, too!

Do you eat healthy food? No? Time to start. You should have three to five meals a day, including lots of fruit and vegetables. You can even make a delicious drink with the fruit you like. It’s full of vitamins and it’s just great!

 

 

 

  1. We should go to the gym to exercise.
  2. We shouldn’t always use our car.
  3. We should see our friends only at the weekends.
  4. We shouldn’t have a shower with hot water only.
  5. We should make a drink with our favourite fruit three times a day.

ANSWERS: (1-F)(2-T)(3-F)(4-T)(5-T)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODULE 5  THINKING BACK PAGE: 46-55

5 ROUND-UP

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

( lift   experience         blind           successful        safe )

  1. Last summer I went windsurfing. It was an amazing—————————-.
  2. It’s not—————————— to swim in the river! Get out fast.
  3. Let’s take the————————— because my flat is on the 6th floor and I’m really tired.
  4. Daniel is a(n)————————— doctor. Many people go to him when they have a problem.
  5. Stevie became ———————-when he was still a baby, but he never gave up. He was a very good student

ANSWERS: (1-EXPERIENCE)(2-SAFE)(3-LIFT)(4-SUCCESSFUL)(5-BLIND)

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. The young man stole / killed the woman’s bag and started running.
  3. Who was the inventor / scientist of the radio? Was it Marconi?
  4. After the burglar / burglary, the police came and started asking the security guard questions.
  5. I scared / panicked when I saw the strange man outside my house.
  6. I find it difficult / fast to study for an exam during summer.
  7. My sister fell down the stairs last night, but luckily / suddenly she just got a huge bump on her head
  8. COMPLETE WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.

Last night, I (1)—————————- (be) in my room studying for my Chemistry exam. Suddenly, I (2)————————- (hear) a noise in the living room. I (3) ————————–(be) terrified and I (4)—————————- (not can) even move. My sister (5)————–   —————– (not be) at home and I (6) —————–   ——————- (not know) what to do. I (7)———————– (try) to find my mobile to call our neighbour, but it (8)——————– I (not be) in my bag.

Then I (9)——————– (remember). It (10) ——————— (be) on the coffee table in the living room. What (11) ——————— (can) I do? I (12) —————————–(go) to the door, (13) ———————-(open) it really slowly and (14)———————– (look) into the living room. And what (15)—————– I—————— (see)? Our cat Whiskers, playing with my mobile!

Silly me!

ANSWERS: (1-was)(2-heared )(3-was)(4-couldnot)(5-was not)(6- did know)(7-tried)(8-was not ) (9-remembered )(10-was)(11- could)(12-went)(13-opened)(14-looked)(15-did, see)

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE ADJECTIVE OR ADVERB OF THE WORDS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Harry is not a very good driver. He d0esn’t drive ————————- (safe), so I never go to work with him
  3. The Internet is very————————- (slow) today. I can’t send these e-mails.
  4. Imad could run very————————- (fast) when she was a child.
  5. I don’t understand what Gary says. He doesn’t speak ————————- (clear).
  6. It was————————- (easy) for me to pass the Biology exam. I studied all week.

ANSWERS: (1-safely )(2-slow)(3-fast)(4-clearly)(5-easy)

  1. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.
  2. Did you go skiing last winter?

Ans: Yes I went skiing last winter.

  1. Could you spell your name when you were six?

Ans: No,  I couldn’t spell my name when I was six.

  1. When did you start your English course?

Ans: I started my English course at the age of seven.

  1. Were you good at Maths at the age of eight?

Ans: No, I was not good at Maths at the age of eight.

  1. Did you have a good time at the last school event you went to?

Ans: Yes, I have a good time at the last school event.

  1. COMPLETE THE DIALOGUE WITH THE SENTENCES
a. calm down!

b. well, all I could do was shout “help”

c. what’s the matter?

d. how embarrassing?

e. but I really panicked in there.

Mike  Hey, Tom. (1)

Tom I got stuck in the lift at work!

Mike Oh, no! OK. (2)—————– You’re not in the lift now.

Tom Yes, yes I know. (3)———————

Mike And what did you do?

Tom (4)—————- And when I came out of the lift, all my

colleagues started laughing.

Mike (5) ——————

Tom I know!

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

FUNNY MOMENTS

Last year, l went horse riding with my friend, Sami. We both love sports and we were really excited. It was a funny experience. You see, we were on the horses when there was a loud noise and they got scared. They started running and we couldn’t stop them. I was terrified. After a while, Sami fell off his horse.

Mahmud, 31

Luckily, a few minutes later my horse stopped running. I got off and ran to Sami. He had a huge bump on his head and when he saw me, he said, “l don’t think we should go horse riding again”.

             About a month ago, visited my grandparents and my grandfather decided to spend the weekend fishing with me. We got ready and went to the river near their house.

At first it was fun, but after a while I got bored. I didn’t want to scare the fish away, so I couldn’t talk or even move. Suddenly, I felt something moving in the water. “A fish!” I shouted to my grandfather. Unfortunately, I was really excited, and when I stood up I fell into the water. My grandfather couldn’t stop laughing. It was really embarrassing but I had a great time.

Nasir, 19

  1. Mahmud and ————————–went horse riding last year.
  2. The horses got scared because————————– .
  3. ————————fell off his horse and got a on his head
  4. Nasir went fishing with———————– .
  5. The—————————- is near Nasir’s grandparents’ house.
  6. When Nasir —————————– his grandfather started laughing.

ANSWERS: (1-Sami)(2- of loud noise)(3-Sami ,bump)(4- grandfather)(5- river)(6-)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODULE  6  EVENTS PAGE: 56-65

6 ROUND-UP

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Can you borrow / lend me your camera, please?
  3. Don’t worry, there aren’t any ducks / sharks here. It’s safe to swim.
  4. Our last exam is on Tuesday and the graduation / flight is on 20″‘ June.
  5. I saw the prize / poster for the new Teachers Day event. It looks really good.
  6. Can you pick up my jacket from the dentist’s / dry-cleaner’s?
  7. CHOOSE A, B OR C.

Jim : So Andy, (1)———————- have dinner at Paulit0’s with Liam tonight?

Andy : l’m sorry, but we (2)——————– find somewhere else to go for dinner.

Jim : Why? What’s wrong with Paulit0’s?

Andy : I called and they’re fully booked.

Jim : What are we going to do now? Liam (3)—————————- be here in half an hour.

Andy : (4)—————————— ringing that new place on Airport Street?

Jim : Harvey’s?

Andy : Yeah. (5) ————————–you get on the Net and find the phone number?

Jim : No. I’m really hungry. (6)————————- just call Liam and tell him to meet us outside the restaurant in a bit.

Andy : It’s Thursday night. We should call first.

Jim : OK. Wait a minute, though. I (7)————————– turn on the computer.

 

  1. a. are we going to b. is she going to c. we are going to
  2. a. has to b. have c. have to
  3. a. are going to b. is going to c. isn’t going to
  4. a. Let’s b. How about c. Why don’t you
  5. a. May b. Should c. Could
  6. a. Why don’t b. Let’s c. How about
  7. a. have to b. has to c. having to

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

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.

Alex: Hey, Tim. There’s paint (1) anywhere / everywhere.

Tim : What are you doing?

Tim : l’m making a poster for Tree’s Day.

Alex: Really? (2) Nothing / Nobody told me about it. When is it?

Tim : Tomorrow.

Alex: OK. Do you need help with (3) nothing / anything?

Tim : Yes, please. (4) Someone / Anyone has to give out those leaflets. Could you do it?

Alex: Sure.

  1. PUT THE DIALOGUE IN THE CORRECT ORDER write 1-7
  2. Yes, I’m travelling to China.(4)
  3. Would you take care of my cat for two weeks? (5)
  4. How could I say no? I love Mr Tibbles. (6)
  5. Sure, what do you need? (2)
  6. Can you do me a favour?(1)
  7. Are you going on holiday, then?(3)
  8. Thanks a lot.
  9. WHAT WOULD YOU SAY IN THE FOLLOWING SITUATIONS? USE THE WORDS IN BOLD.
  10. Your friend got injured and is in hospital. (well)

GET WELL SOON,I Hope you get to feeling better soon!”

  1. Your friend invites you on a trip, but you can’t go. (make)

I’m Sorry “I wish I could MAKE , but it’s just not going to work right now.”

  1. Your friends want to go out, but you have a lot of homework. (have to)

It’s awesome idea but I have to do a lot of homework.

  1. You want your friend to pick up your kids from school. (will)

WILL YOU PLEASE PICK UP MY KIDS FROM SCHOOL BECAUSE I’M ILL TODAY?

  1. READ THE TEXT AND THE SENTENCES. TICK TRUE, FALSE OR NOT MENTIONED.

Bergen, a city on Norway’s western coast, is the wettest city in Europe. Rain falls on 250 days ofthe year and around 2 metres of rain fall every year. This is four times more rain than London and six times more than Athens. Every year, Bergen holds a rain festival during October which is the wettest month in the whole year. There are raincoat and umbrella parades and, if the sun shines, the fire brigade is there to spray the crowds. People can buy umbrellas 24 hours a day on the streets. Heavy rain and strong winds mean that umbrellas have a hard life and broken ones are a common sight in

Bergen’s litter bins. Water is very important for the city. Fishing brings a lot of money to Bergen. A popular pastime with tourists is sailing around the fjords. They’re just beautiful.

  1. ln Bergen it rains every day. F
  2. 8 metres of rain fall in London every year. F
  3. The rain festival takes place in autumn. NOT MENTIONED
  4. The rain festival lasts for one month. NOT MENTIONED
  5. You can get umbrellas for free. F
  6. Tourists usually go fishing when they are in Bergen. T

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MODULE  7 ONE OF A KIND PAGE: 66-75

7 ROUND-UP

  1. COMPLETE WITH THE WORDS IN THE BOX.

( honest    queue    gloves     handsome   tie   traffic   curly )

  1. Take your ————————– with you. It’s very cold outside.
  2. Our new neighbour is a(n) ————————– man in his late 40s.
  3. I want to wear the blue————————– with the black suit.
  4. Monica waited in the————————– for an hour to buy tickets for the museum.
  5. Naim is a(n) ————————– person. I trust him very much.
  6. Bob has————————– fair hair.
  7. There is a lot of————————– at this time of the day.

ANSWERS: (1-GLOVES)(2-HABDSOME)(3-TIE)(4-QUEUE)(5-HONEST)(6-CURLY)(7-TRAFFIC)

  1. CHOOSE a, b or c.
  2. It isn’t safe to go———- the park at night. It’s too dark.
  3. through b. up c. out of
  4. I saw Bill at the park yesterday. I called him, but he didn’t turn———— .
  5. into b. around c. towards
  6. Two police officers went————- the bank five minutes ago. They’re still there.
  7. past b. into c. out of
  8. Go————- the shopping centre and the underground station is on your left.
  9. from b. down c. past
  10. Oh, no! Tony’s coming————— us and he doesn’t look happy.
  11. around b. through c. towards

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

  1. CIRCLE THE CORRECT WORDS.
  2. Those trousers don’t fit. You need bigger one / ones.
  3. These are nice shirts. Why don’t you try on this one / ones? It’s your size.
  4. This skirt is too / enough small for me. Can you give me a medium?
  5. My sister is the one / ones with the long hair. The other two girls are my cousins.
  6. I’m too / enough tired to go out tonight. Can I see you tomorrow?
  7. I didn’t have too / enough time to cook last night, so I ordered pizza.
  8. James wasn’t fast too / enough to win the race.
  9. COMPLETE WITH THE COMPARATIVE OR THE SUPERLATIVE FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS.
  10. I’m going to work by car. It’s (fast) than the bus and I’m late.
  11. This book is (good) than that one. It’s (interesting).
  12. This shop has (expensive) shoes in the city. I never shop here.
  13. The (good) way to get there is by underground or taxi. Don’t take your car because there are no car parks around.
  14. Charlie is (bad) at basketball than his brother. He doesn’t like any sports.
  15. Salah is the (hard-working) person in the company.
  16. Steve? Clothes is (far) from my house than the shopping centre, but it has (che clothes.
  17. Henry is (outgoing) than his brother, but he is also (silly).

ANSWERS: (1-faster)(2-better)(3-the most expensive)(4-the best)(5-worse)(6-d- most hard-working)(7-far ther)(8-more out going, more silly)

  1. CHOOSE a or b.
  2. A: Why d0n’t you buy these trousers?

B.——————-

  1. I Can’t afford them
  2. I don’t have the receipt.

 

  1. A: How much is it?

B:———————–

  1. It has a discount.
  2. About £50.

 

  1. A: What is he like?

B: ————————-

  1. He’s tall and chubby.
  2. He’s kind and nest.

 

  1. A: S0, you need a bigger size.

B:———————

  1. Yes, this dress is too big.
  2. Yes, this dress isn’t big enough

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

 

  1. READ THE TEXT AND ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.

          My brother’s name is Alex. He looks a lot like me and people call us “twins”.

Alex is 17 years old but he looks older. He’s two years younger than me. He’s slim and tall with brown eyes and short, straight, black hair.

Alex likes weaning casual clothes. He usually wears jeans and sometimes he even borrows mine! Most of his clothes are black, blue or dark green. In the

summer he likes wearing brighter colours, like yellow.

               Alex and l are not just brothers, we’re also good Friends. We are very Friendly and active and we go everywhere together. We always tell jokes to our

Friends and everybody likes us. Sometimes people mix up because we look alike, but we just laugh.

            What l like the most about Alex, though, is that he’s a very kind and helpful person. He always helps me when l have a problem.

 

  1. Why do people call the writer and his brother “twins”?

Ans: People call the writer and his brother “twins” because they are look like.

  1. How old is the writer?

Ans: The writer is 19 years old.

  1. What kind of clothes does Alex like wearing in the summer?

Ans: Alex likes  brighter colors (yellow) to wear in summer.

  1. Do the two brothers hang out together?

Ans: Yes, the two brothers hang out together.

  1. What is special about Alex according to the writer?

Ans: According to the writer Alex is kind and helpful person.

MODULE  8  ADVENTURE  PAGE: 76-85

8 ROUND-UP

  1. CHOOSE a, b or c.
  2. Carl went into the dark ———————to explore it.
  3. desert b. cave c. island
  4. Hamza didn’t ——————-at my place last night.
  5. break down b. run out c. show up
  6. I got seasick on the boat because the sea was———————
  7. rough b. scary c. gentle
  8. The———————– of France is Paris.
  9. coast b. capital c. population
  10. We spent a(n)——————– holiday in the Bahamas
  11. unforgettable b. suitable c. useful
  12. It took three days for the group to ——————-the mountain.
  13. end b. survive c. climb
  14. Sonia forgot her—————————– so she couldn’t get in her flat.
  15. whistle b. keys c. wallet
  16. A: Which way is east? B: I don’t know. Where’s the——————— ?
  17. continent b. shelter c. compass

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

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

Fix    willing     instructor     station     put on     adventurous

  1. There’s no petrol—————- near my house.
  2. Andy didn’t try bungee-jumping because he’s not very———————
  3. The mechanic didn’t——————— my car very well.
  4. Paul didn’t listen to the skiing———————- and he got hurt
  5. Tom is not——————– to help Neil.
  6. Harry ——————-his jacket because it started to get cold.

 

ANSWERS: (1-station)(2-adventurous)(3-fix)(4-instructor)(5-willing)(6-put on)

  1. COMPLETE THE BLANKS WITH THE PAST SIMPLE OR THE PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE OF THE VERBS IN BRACKETS.
  2. Dan Let’s make a fire.

Bill OK.————– you ———————– (make) a fire before?

Dan Of course. I’m an experienced camper.

Bill What? You ———————-(be) camping only once.

Dan No, I———————— (go) camping with my brother twice last year.

Bill And that makes you experienced?

 

  1. Mark —————-you————- (enjoy) your sailing trip last week?

Liam Yes, it ——————(be) great.

Mark  I —————–(never / be ) sailing————–you—————-(get) seasick?

Liam Yes, but only on the first day.

 

  1. Brian —————Michael——————-(ever / try) hang-gliding?

Luke Yes. He—————- (try) it last summer.

Brian——————-he ——————(like) it?

Luke Yes, he —————— (love) it.

ANSWERS: (1-have you made , was, have gone)(2-have you enjoyed, was, did never, have you got)(3-has ,ever tried, )(4-has tried, did, like, loved)

  1. REWRITE THE SENTENCES USING REPORTED SPEECH.
  2. “Fix the flat tyre, please,” the man asked Tom.

The man requested Tom to fix the flate tyre.

  1. “Don’t make a fire near the tree,” the old man told us.

The old man forbade us to make fire near tree.

  1. “Don’t stand next to the llama,” Tony’s dad said to him

Tony’s dad forbade him to stand next to the llama.

  1. “Lend me your car, please,” John asked his brother.

John requested  his brother  to lend his car.

  1. PUT THE DIALOGUE IN THE CORRECT ORDER. WRITE 1-7.
1.      Oh no! How unlucky! (7)

2.      That’s true. Did he have fun? (3)

3.      Yes, he likes to live his life to the full. (4)

4.      He went hang-gliding. (2)

5.      Well, he had an accident on the way up the mountain. (6)

6.      Where was Tim yesterday? (1)

7.      Really? How adventurous! (5)

  1. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS. CHOOSE A, B, C OR D.

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1.      Which holiday is for a weekend only? (C)

2.      For which holiday do you need to bring equipment? (B,C)

3.      Which holiday includes water sports? (A,C)

4.      Which holiday is for adults only? (C)

5.      During which holiday do you make your own food? (B)

6.      Which seven-day holiday is the most expensive for adults? (A)

 

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