AK Summer Practice 3

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Anna Ellis Linda Marks

Summer Practice 3o ESO Answer Key by Anna Ellis and Linda Marks Burlington Books P. O. Box 54411 3721 Limassol Cyprus Burlington Books is an imprint of Danos Books Ltd.

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CONTENTS UNIT

TITLE

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Para el profesor

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All Aboard

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Niagara Falls – Canada

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Once in a Lifetime – USA

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Terracotta Army – China

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Rainforest Café – England

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Pirates Museum – Bahamas

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Bran Castle – Romania

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Postcards from Africa – Kenya

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Project Exploration – USA

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Round Up

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Test Yourself

Units 1, 2, 3

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Units 3, 4, 5

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Units 6, 7, 8

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Unit 9

Para el profesor Summer Practice 3 ESO es un material complementario para repasar y reforzar todo lo estudiado en 3 de la ESO. No se basa en ningún método específico y por lo tanto se puede utilizar independientemente del libro de texto que los alumnos hayan seguido durante el curso. Está diseñado para que trabajen de manera autónoma –dado que las instrucciones de los ejercicios están en castellano–, les anima a practicar el inglés durante las vacaciones de verano y les ayuda a prepararse para el curso siguiente. O

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Summer Practice se centra en la gramática y el vocabulario tanto como en las destrezas de reading, writing, listening y speaking. Va acompañado de un CD que contiene la grabación de los textos de lectura, listenings y diálogos. Al final del libro, hay una sección llamada Test Yourself, con la que el alumno puede comprobar sus progresos. Esta sección consta de nueve tests que abarcan el vocabulario y la gramática estudiada en cada unidad. Recomendamos que hagan cada uno de ellos al terminar la unidad correspondiente. Le ofrecemos algunas ideas para evaluar el trabajo de los alumnos:

1. Fotocopiar la clave de respuestas completa y entregársela a los alumnos antes de las vacaciones para que vayan corrigiendo su trabajo. 2. Fotocopiar y entregar a los alumnos la clave de respuestas hasta la página 16 (es decir, omitiendo las respuestas de la sección Test Yourself) y pedirles que completen todo el libro. A principios del curso siguiente recoja los libros y corrija las secciones Test Yourself para formarse una idea global del progreso de cada alumno. 3. No entregarles fotocopia de las respuestas y en septiembre, al recoger los libros, o bien corregir todos los ejercicios o bien seleccionar algunos de ellos y comentar los resultados con cada alumno. 4. No entregarles la clave de respuestas y, a la vuelta de las vacaciones, recoger los libros y corregir sólo las secciones Test Yourself para comentar los resultados en clase. Los tests acumulativos que le proporcionaremos en septiembre le servirán para evaluar el nivel de sus alumnos al comienzo del próximo curso. Esperamos que tanto usted como ellos disfruten con Summer Practice 3 ESO. O

¡Felices vacaciones!

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UNIT 1 – All Aboard Page 4

A 1. d 2. e 3. b

4. c 5. a

F 1. am / am not

4. is / isn’t 2. have got / haven’t got 5. has got / hasn’t got 3. are / aren’t

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4. sometimes 5. on the ship

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Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t. 2. Is Yes, he/she is. / No, he/she isn’t. 3. Have … got Yes, they have. / No, they haven’t. 4. Are Yes, they are. / No, they aren’t. 5. Is Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

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A 1. is 2. are 3. are

4. is 5. is

B 1. The suitcase isn’t blue. It is red. 2. The little boys aren’t happy. They are sad. 3. The people aren’t on a bus. They are on a ship. 4. The woman isn’t next to the boys. She is next to the girl. 5. The girl isn’t short. She is tall.

CD Script Wendy: Brad: Wendy:

Brad: Wendy: Brad: Wendy: Brad:

C 1. Is the ship big? 2. 3. 4. 5.

4. a 5. c

2. a 3. b

Yes, it is. Is the sports instructor in the restaurant? No, she isn’t. Are the man and woman excited about the trip? Yes, they are. Is the captain on the ship? Yes, he is. Are the passengers in their rooms? No, they aren’t.

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D 1. has got 2. hasn’t got 3. has got 4. hasn’t got; has got

Wendy:

Brad: Wendy: Brad: Wendy: Brad: Wendy:

Hello, Brad. It’s Wendy. Hi, Wendy. Where are you? I’m on the Fantastic Princess and I’m so excited. It’s fantastic. We sail for Alaska in an hour. Have you got everything you need for the trip? Yes, I think so. I’ve got my tickets, passport and a map. It’s cold in Alaska, even in the summer. Have you got enough warm clothes? I hope so. I’ve got a jacket, some boots, a hat and a scarf. Oh, no. I forgot my gloves… . Don’t worry. There are shops on the ship and you can buy some gloves there. Oh, that’s good. Let’s see, I’ve also got jeans, trainers and a sweater. I hope I will be warm enough. I hope you have got sunglasses. It’s cold but sunny in Alaska. I know that. I didn’t forget my sunglasses. Have you got a camera? Of course, I’ve got two cameras. I’m going to take lots of pictures for the magazine. Have you got the itinerary for the trip? Yes, here it is. Do you want to hear it?

5. have got 6. hasn’t got; has got 7. haven’t got

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Units 1 - 2 A 3

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B 1. on a ship

4. sunny 5. cameras

2. has got 3. gloves

Dialogue

A 1. ticket

4. first 5. window

2. morning 3. train

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Writing Élysées, the Eiffel Tower and Paris by night

B Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

UNIT 2 – Niagara Falls Page 10

A 1. b

4. d; e 5. a

2. f 3. c

sweater. 2. Mr James is taking photos. He isn’t talking on the phone. 3. David is standing. He isn’t sitting. 4. Jan and Karen are drinking coffee. They aren’t eating ice cream. 5. Sue is reading a newspaper. She isn’t reading a book.

No, he isn’t. He’s wearing a sweater. 2. Is Mr James taking photos? No, he isn’t. He’s talking on the phone. 3. Is David standing? No, he isn’t. He’s sitting. 4. Are Jan and Karen drinking coffee? No, they aren’t. They’re eating ice cream. 5. Is Sue reading a newspaper? No, she isn’t. She’s reading a book.

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C 1. take 2. Does … travel 3. doesn’t sail

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4. T 5. F

2. T 3. F

1. 2. 3. 4.

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B 1. Is Tom wearing a raincoat?

A museums, restaurants, shops and cafés of the Champs

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D 1. Does Betty fly a helicopter? No, she doesn’t. 2. Does Jack sail the Maid of the Mist? Yes, he does. 3. Does Jenny work in a hotel? No, she doesn’t. 4. Do Danny and Laura sell tickets? No, they don’t. 5. Do Betty and Laura work in an office? No, they don’t.

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2. 3. 4. 5.

are waiting Does … work don’t enjoy Are … flying

F 1. am having 2. am standing 3. come

4. takes 5. receive 6. don’t keep

G Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

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UNIT 3 – Once in a Lifetime

Listening Page 16 CD Script

A California – 2

Brenda: Hi, Gary. Come and look at my pictures from my family’s trip to Niagara Falls. Gary: Oh, it looks like you had a great time. What did you enjoy the most at Niagara Falls? Brenda: Well, the hot air balloon trip over the falls was certainly an unforgettable experience. Look, here’s a photo of me standing next to the balloon. I’m excited and scared at the same time. Gary: How many people usually ride together on a balloon? Brenda: Around 30 – these balloons are quite big. Gary: Are there any pictures of you with your parents? Brenda: Yes, here’s one. We’re having dinner at a restaurant at the top of the famous Skylon Tower. The restaurant is very popular because it rotates around the Falls every hour. Here are some other photos of the Falls we took from the restaurant. Gary: Wow! Everything looks so small below. Great pictures, Brenda! Brenda: Great trip!

B 1. New York City

4. Las Vegas 2. Florida 5. California 3. Kennedy Space Center

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Down 1. bathing costume 2. sweater 4. skirt 6. scarf

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Writing Dear Mary, I’m writing to you from Montreal, Canada. My family and I are here for three days and we are having a great time. Look at the pictures. Montreal is a very cold city in the winter and there is a lot of snow, but we don’t feel cold. There is an area of the city under our hotel. Shops, restaurants, cinemas and the trains are underground. We can go there without going outside. We just take the lift down. Now I’m going to one of Montreal’s famous French restaurants. (Yum – I hear the crepes are delicious!) Love, Susie

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B 1. are going to stay 2. Are … going to fly 3. am not going to go

4. won’t 5. won’t

4. is going to enter 5. aren’t going to spend

B Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

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B

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

They will have a good time. I am going to buy warm clothes. I won’t forget my bathing costume. We are going to take the next bus. We will see famous people in Hollywood.

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D 1. Are Brenda and Sam seeing a film tomorrow?

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No, they aren’t. Is Brenda meeting friends in a café in an hour? Yes, she is. Is Sam visiting the Empire State Building on Monday? No, he isn’t. Are Brenda and Sam going to the museum next week? Yes, they are. Is Sam taking the bus tomorrow night? No, he isn’t.

E 1. go 2. will visit

3. don’t see 4. doesn’t leave

F 1. will visit the Kennedy Space Center 2. will take a camera 3. doesn’t wear a coat 4. wins the competition

G Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

Listening CD Script Good evening. Here’s this weekend’s weather forecast for some cities around the United States. New York City will be hot this weekend. Temperatures will be unusually high for this time of year.

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Get your T-shirts, shorts and sun-hats out of the closet because you’re going to need them until Sunday. Remember to drink plenty of water and don’t stay in the sun for too long. A cool breeze from the Pacific Ocean will hit the San Francisco area. Weather conditions will be pleasant during the day but much colder in the evenings. Dress in layers; T-shirts under a sweater and a jacket for the evenings will be the best choice if you’re going to be out for many hours. But don’t worry, it won’t rain before Tuesday. If you’re in Chicago and planning to be outdoors this weekend, plan again. Heavy rainstorms will begin by early morning, so make sure you take your umbrella and raincoat with you for the next few days.

A The following items should be ticked: 1, 3, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10

B 1. F 2. F 3. T

4. T 5. F

Dialogue

A 1. help 2. colours 3. left

4. prefer 5. keep

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Writing Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

UNIT 4 – Terracotta Army Page 22

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5. c 6. e 7. g

Unit 4 Page 23

C 1. b

4. e 5. d 6. a

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4. Did Ben and his family ride horses in China? No, they didn’t. 5. Did Ben visit the Summer Palace? Yes, he did.

F 1. did … like

D 1. excited

4. surprised 5. proud

2. jealous 3. afraid

E 1. excited

4. surprised 5. proud

2. jealous 3. afraid

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didn’t have used died broke decided

G Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

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Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to the Forbidden City, the largest palace area in the world. There are 9,999 buildings inside these enormous walls. It took more than one million people to build the palace between 1407 and 1420. One hundred thousand special artists also worked here.

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Twenty-four emperors and thousands of servants lived here at different times. They seldom left the palace and no one else entered. It was forbidden. But today, things are very different. The palace is now the Palace Museum in Beijing, one of the world’s best museums. Everyone can visit and see the wonders of the Chinese emperors of the Forbidden City. There are lots of special treasures, clothes, jewellery and paintings inside. So let’s begin with the first exhibit... 4. thought 5. didn’t agree

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Dialogue

A 1. visit 2. often 3. exciting

4. treasures 5. emperor

E 1. Did Ben buy a terracotta statue? Yes, he did. 2. Did his family stay at the Jianguo Hotel on 8 July? No, they didn’t. 3. Did Ben see the Great Wall of China? Yes, he did.

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D 1. The piranha fish is smaller than the giant anteater. 2. The giant anteater is more endangered than the red uakari monkey. 3. The giant anteater is heavier than the red uakari monkey. 4. The red uakari monkey is bigger than the piranha fish.

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UNIT 5 – Rainforest Café

F 1. biggest

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A waterfalls; rainstorm; lightning; tropical fish; vines Page 29 2. The Rainforest Café is in Piccadilly Circus, London. 3. Possible answers: crocodiles, snakes, butterflies, tropical fish, parrots, monkeys 4. You can buy drinks at the Magic Mushroom Bar. 5. They learn about the environment, conservation, endangered species and rainforests. 6. The tour wasn’t long enough.

D frog, crocodile, parrot, elephant, snake, butterfly, monkey

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B 1. many 2. a lot of 3. much

C 1. too small 2. not hot enough 3. too exotic

2. smallest 3. darker

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C 1. The tour is on 26 June.

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2. The giant anteater is the most endangered of the three. 3. The piranha fish is the shortest of the three. 4. The giant anteater is the biggest of the three.

4. How many 5. How much 6. How many 4. many 5. a lot of 4. too spicy 5. not thirsty enough

2. wettest

4. most important 5. warmer 3. colder 4. easier

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Listening CD Script Hello listeners, You’re listening to Radio Rainforest, somewhere in the Amazon. On today’s programme, we’re going to tell you about some of the strangest endangered animals in the world’s rainforests. The first animal is a kind of monkey called an aye-aye. It lives in trees in the rainforests of Madagascar, an island east of Africa. It’s got one long finger and giant eyes. It uses its finger to pull small insects out of trees. Another strange animal is the Azteca ant. It lives in the Amazon rainforest, on one tree. It’s got everything it needs in the tree – food, water and a home. It protects the tree and attacks vines when they try to climb onto the tree. The last animal is called an antbird. There are more than 200 kinds of antbirds and many of them are endangered. They live in the rainforests of Central America and the Amazon. They follow groups of army ants. The ants frighten insects and the antbirds eat the insects when they try to escape. That’s all for today. I hope youv’e enjoyed the programme. Tune in for our next programme.

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B 1. could

B 1. Yes

2. can 3. mustn’t 4. should / can / must

4. Yes 5. Yes 6. No

2. No 3. No

A 1. coolest

4. waterfall 5. expensive

2. enough 3. many

C 1. Do we have to leave now? 2. Can Paulo use his video camera in the museum? 3. Could the pirate ship sail (very) fast? 4. Should I / we wait for you?

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D 1. noisily

Writing

2. easily 3. quietly

Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

E 1. quickly 2. quietly 3. well

UNIT 6 – Pirates Museum

F 1. Cruel

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2. secretly 3. bad

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2. The pirate was not at all careful with his sword. / The pirate was not careful at all with his sword. 3. The soldiers are quite afraid of the pirates. / The pirates are quite afraid of the soldiers. 4. We were rather tired in the evening.

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G 1. Captain Blackbeard shouted very angrily.

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A 1. don’t have to; should 3. must 2. can; couldn’t

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D 1. Lady Ludmilla

4. The Duke of Vladville 2. The Mistress of Paprika 5. Count Isaac 3. Edna the cook 6. Lady Ludmilla

CD Script Mary Read was a famous woman pirate in the early eighteenth century. When Mary was a teenager, she dressed up as a boy. Then she became a soldier in the English army. Nobody discovered her secret, but she fell in love with one of the other soldiers. They left the army and got married. However, Mary’s husband died soon after that, so she returned to the army for a short time. Then, Mary became a sailor. She still pretended to be a man. On the way to the West Indies, pirates attacked the ship and took Mary as a prisoner. Mary decided to be a pirate too. Another pirate on the ship was Mary’s friend. She was also a woman pretending to be a man. Her name was Anne Bonny.

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UNIT 7 – Bran Castle Page 40 2. F

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C 1. Were Mum and Dad watching a football game?

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F 1. was eating 2. was looking 3. was watching

5. a 6. d 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

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A Paul Davis from the United States took this picture while he was visiting the Tower of London. While Paul was looking around the tower, he saw a woman walking up the stairs. The woman wasn’t wearing modern clothes. She was wearing a long white dress and she was carrying a candle. When the woman got to the top of the stairs, she disappeared. Paul was very frightened and left the tower quickly.

were coming shone saw shone flew

4. wasn’t sleeping 5. was shining 6. wasn’t looking

The True or False answers will vary.

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B Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

UNIT 8 – Postcards from Africa Page 46

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CD Script Bram Stoker was born in 1847 in Ireland. While he was growing up, his mother told him a lot of horror stories. In 1878, Stoker went to England. While he was living in England, Stoker met his wife, Florence. He also began writing his own stories. Dracula was his most famous story. While Stoker was writing the book, Dracula, he found an article about vampire bats. Vampire bats bite animals while they are sleeping. That gave Stoker an idea; in the book, Count Dracula changed into a bat and flew outside his victim’s window. Stoker wrote 18 books. He died in 1912.

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2. reading 3. scary

4. happy 5. frightened 6. narrow

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C 1. haven’t bought 2. have … written 3. have done

4. have lived 5. have just seen 6. have never been 4. Have … heard 5. have … eaten 6. Has … arrived

D 1. Has Tom just climbed the mountain? No, he hasn’t. 2. Have we arrived at the sea? Yes, we have. 3. Has John ever ridden in a matatu? Yes, he has. 4. Have the passengers taken their baggage on the bus? No, they haven’t.

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E 1. wanted 2. haven’t gone 3. have lived

F 1. has gone 2. was 3. Did … speak

4. heard 5. has just read 6. didn’t understand 4. has … won 5. didn’t climb 6. Have … travelled

G 1. Has Lucy called Barry since the party? 2. 3. 4. 5.

Did they buy these souvenirs this morning? Did you go on the matatu on Tuesday? Have you (ever) seen that mountain before? Has he known Barbara for a long time?

H Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

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Listening CD Script Hello, I’m Jimmy. I live in the beautiful city of Venice, Italy. In Venice, there are no cars so people walk or take boats. Boats are very popular in Venice. Gondolas are my favourite kind. I sometimes take my girlfriend for a romantic gondola ride. My name is Chan and I live in Tokyo, Japan. There is always a lot of traffic so many people in Tokyo use the underground trains. During rush hour they are very crowded so special workers help push people into the trains. I don’t like to be pushed into the trains so I always ride my bicycle. Riding a bicycle is the best way to get around. Hello from Lima, Peru! My name is Leo. There’s so much traffic here in Lima that you can spend hours sitting in your car trying to get from one place to the next. I walk everywhere because it’s quicker than going by car or bus.

A The following should be ticked: 1, 4, 5, 7 and 8. B The mistakes are: car, China, bus Dialogue

A 1. Excuse 2. help 3. arrived

4. timetable 5. gate

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A went on a safari, climbed Kilimanjaro, swum at the beach, ate nyama choma

B Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

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A The following should be ticked: paintbrush, fossil, bone, skull, eggshell and pick.

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4. skull 5. fingers 6. ear

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Working with Grammar 4. aren’t left 5. aren’t disturbed

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5. are found 6. am not allowed 7. Are … fed

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A 1. isn’t thrown 2. are worn 3. is put

B 1. are woken up 2. is served 3. are taken 4. are taught

C 1. Are many students chosen for the programme? 2. 3. 4. 5.

Are the JPs given a project to complete? Is the project done in groups? Is the food prepared by the JPs? Are the JPs taken on walks?

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Hello. Hi, Jason. How was your trip to Egypt? Egypt is amazing. I had a fantastic time. You’re so lucky. Yeah. I spent three days in the desert. It was beautiful and quiet. What did you do there? We were driven to an excavation site by jeep. We saw many interesting things there. Tell me about them. Well there were bones and fossils. They were found by the palaeontologists. Oh, really! Did you dig too? Yeah. It was hard work, but I really enjoyed it. Did you find anything? Yes, I did. I found something really dirty. Wow! Was it an Egyptian mummy? No, it wasn’t. It was a plastic water bottle. Well, at least you found something!

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D 1. was thought 2. was discovered

3. were kept 4. were put

E 1. The bones and fossils were cleaned. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

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paintbrushes and picks were put in a bag. sandwiches weren’t eaten. hole was covered with plastic. chairs were left next to the van. sign wasn’t removed.

F 1. Was an action film shown? No, it wasn’t. 2. Were the JPs woken up at 6.00? No, they weren’t. 3. Were the JPs driven to the excavation site? Yes, they were. 4. Was a photograph taken of the group? Yes, it was.

A Picture 3 is mentioned. B 1. c 2. b 3. a

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A 1. where 2. bone 3. study

4. garden 5. Records

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Writing Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

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Round Up Unit 5: London Name of restaurant: Rainforest Café Special effects: (Possible Answers) lightning, Type of food: exotic dishes Recommended drinks: fruit drinks

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Unit 6: New Providence Island Museum: Pirates of Nassau Museum Displays: (Possible Answers) 1. pirate ship Revenge 2. Rogues Gallery 3. Marlborough Arms Pub 4. items from the Pirate Age

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B Unit 1: Alaska How to get there: Take a ship from Canada Name of ship: Fantastic Princess Activities on ship: (Possible Answers) 1. films 2. shows 3. dancing Telephone number to call: 1-800-818-8888 Unit 2: Niagara Falls Where: between Canada and United States Recommended clothes to take: raincoat Ways to travel over the falls: 1. cable car 2. helicopter Unit 3: The USA Places to see in New York: (Possible Answers)

Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty Things to do in Florida: Visit Disney World, Kennedy Space Center What to take: 1. bathing costume 2. sun-hat 3. sunglasses 4. sun cream People to meet in California:

Hollywood film stars

Unit 4: China Places of interest: (Possible Answers)

China, The Palace Museum Number of soldiers: 8,000 Number of chariots: 2,000

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waterfalls

Great Wall of

Unit 7: Bran Castle People NOT to meet: vampires Local food: human blood Interesting things in the castle: secret

stairways,

hidden rooms Unit 8: Kenya Sights: Kilimanjaro Transport: matatu Some useful terms: 1. Hello! 2. So long. = Tutaonana

= Jambo

Unit 9: Montana Things to do: Project Exploration / What you can find: fossils, bones Tools used: paintbrushes, picks Average age of animals: prehistoric

JP programme

Test Yourself Units 1, 2, 3 UNIT 2

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C 1. Does the umbrella keep you dry? 2. Are many people walking across the bridge now? 3. Do they speak French? 4. Does this bridge connect Canada and the United States? 5. Does everyone get wet on the Maid of the Mist? 6. Are you studying at the moment? 7. Do you want to see the waterfalls?

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Test Yourself Units 3, 4, 5 B 1. We found a black cat in the garden.

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A fire burnt / burned our house last week. Did you see the basketball game? We didn’t visit our friends. Did Jane arrive late yesterday? Peter worked in a bank two years ago. Did you travel to England last August?

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C 1. I drove very slowly in the snow. 2. The guests were not hungry at all. / The guests were not at all hungry. 3. Did the student answer correctly? 4. We are quite frightened of the dog. 5. Everyone left the building suddenly. / Suddenly, everyone left the building

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Yes, she was. 2. Were they talking on the phone all afternoon? No, they weren’t. 3. Was the sun shining all morning? No, it wasn’t. 4. Were you and Jim doing something important? Yes, we were. 5. Were the people telling scary stories? No, they weren’t.

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