Answers for exercise 2 1 On the first day the TV production team closed parts of the house. 2 They replaced the furniture with awful 70s stuff, they confiscated the plasma TV and gave Megan’s family an old radio. They also gave them a van instead of their car and took away most of Megan’s clothes, CDs and gadgets. 3 No, she didn’t. She hated them. 4 Megan’s dad took her to the house where he used to live in Manchester. 5 Before the show she was selfish and stubborn. 6 She’s more considerate and she’s got more respect.
Audio script and answers C 1.42 E – stubborn 1 H – sensitive 2 D – selfish 3 A – generous 4 B – reserved 5 C – shy 6 F – outgoing 7 G – intelligent
กิจกรรมเพิ่มเติม 1 Sheila never listens to people! She’s very ___________ . 2 Irene doesn’t want to act in the school play! She’s very ____________ . 3 David’s very ____________ . He makes friends with everybody. 4 Jenny’s ____________ . She never helps her friends. 5 People never know his problems. Jim’s a ____________ person. 6 Andy always helps me with my Maths homework! He’s very __________ . 7 Their teacher is very ____________ to their needs. stubborn shy outgoing selfish reserved generous sensitive
Possible answers A: Did you use to go to the cinema with your friends? B: No, I rarely went to the cinema with them. A: Did you use to have pocket money? B: Yes, I did. I got a little pocket money every week. A: Did you use to invite friends for a sleepover? B: No, I didn’t. We never had sleepovers. A: Did you use to go on holiday in summer? B: Yes, I went with my parents or with my grandparents.
rang went were playing heard were running was coming out
กิจกรรมเพิ่มเติม • 1 When was Marcus’s gran making biscuits? • 2 What biscuits was she making? • 3 Who rang the bell? • 4 Where did Marcus and his friend go? • 5 Why? • 6 What did they hear while they were playing? • 7 Who was coming towards the house? • 8 Why? (On Saturday morning) (Ginger biscuits) (Marcus’s friend, Pete) (They went into the living room) (Because they wanted to play video games) (They heard sirens) (Seven firefighters) (Because black smoke was coming out of the kitchen window)
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I B J E H G C K D A L
Audio script and answers C 1.45 1 B firefighter 2 J helmet 3 E policewoman / policeman 4 I siren 5 F uniform 6 H fire engine 7 G ambulance driver 8 C paramedic 9 K mask 10 D handcuffs 11 A ambulance 12 L police car
Answers Police: handcuffs, policeman/woman, uniform, siren, police car Fire brigade: firefighter, uniform, fire engine, siren, helmet, mask Ambulance service: paramedic, uniform, ambulance driver, siren
used did use to
used to tell use to play use to like use to see
Answers 1 Sheila didn’t use to drink fruit juice. Now, she always drinks it. 2 Did Miguel use to live in Glasgow? Yes. Now, he lives in Leeds. 3 Did Martha and Rick use to go to school by bike? Yes. Now, they go to school by bus. 4 Our French teacher didn’t use to give us much homework. Now he/she, gives us a lot.
that who which
Audio script and answers C 1.46 We stayed in a hotel which had a fantastic garden. 1 Do you know the people who live next door? 2 That black car, which is in the school car park now, is the teacher’s. 3 That’s the man who was speaking to Dad yesterday. 4 I didn’t like the boys that my brother invited to our house. 5 Mum, I’ve found the keys which you were looking for. 6 My cousin, who is younger than me, can play the keyboard very well.
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2 1 3 4 was -ing wasn’t
was speaking rang arrived was doing wasn’t listening asked was watching told
wind, solar, geothermal, ocean , coal, gas, biomass
Audio script C 1.47 and answers Wind power is the transformation of wind energy into (1) electricity, using wind turbines. Wind turbines are normally grouped together in (2) windy locations to form (3) wind farms like those near the coast of Denmark. Nowadays, many countries are developing wind energy. In fact, the Global Wind Energy Council reports that the electricity produced by wind power has increased by more than 40% in recent years. This (4) production only represents 1% of world-wide electricity use. The world's largest offshore wind turbines are in Blyth, Great Britain. The turbines are 70 metres high and provide electricity for 3,000 homes.
blades nacelle tower
Possible answers A: I think the advantage of wind energy is that it lasts a long time. B: Yes, but it can be noisy. A: I think the disadvantage of wind energy is that it only works in windy countries. B: Yes, but it doesn’t pollute the air.
Possible answers A: Solar energy has a big disadvantage – the panels don’t work at night. B: Yes, but there are no fuel costs. A: Solar energy has a big disadvantage – in cooler areas solar panels cannot produce very hot water. B: Yes, but solar energy has a big advantage – it doesn’t pollute the air.
Vocabulary thermostat (n) a device that measures and controls the temperature of a machine or room, by switching the heating or cooling system on and off as necessary (อุปกรณ์ควบคุมอุณหภูมิ) radiator (n) a device, usually a container filled with water, that sends out heat, often as part of a heating or cooling system (เครื่องกระจายความร้อน/เครื่องทำความร้อน อุปกรณ์ติดตั้งเพื่ออากาศอุ่น) air (v) to allow fresh air into a room or a building; to be filled with fresh air (ปล่อยให้อากาศเข้า) standby (n) ready to do something immediately if needed or asked (ปิดการทำงานแล้ว แต่เครื่องยังพร้อมที่จะทำงานอยู่ทุกเมื่อ) lid (n) a cover over a container that can be removed or opened by turning it or lifting it (ฝาปิด) light bulb (n) the glass part that fits into an electric lamp, etc. to give light when it is switched on (หลอดไฟ)
Check Your Progress Units 1-3 Exercise 1 Answers 1 read 2 eaten 3 broken 4 lost 5 met 6 written 7 won 8 gone 9 been 10 known 11 flown 12 done 13 seen 14 sung 15 thought
Exercise 2 Possible answers 1 siren, uniform, mask 2 reserved, stubborn, sensitive 3 folk dancing, disco dancing, hip hop 4 thriller, action film, western 5 heavy metal, reggae, jazz
Exercise 3 3 4 5 2 7 6
Exercise 4 1 No, thanks. I’ve just had some. 2 No, I’ve just started it. 3 No, I’ve already seen it. 4 No, sorry. I haven’t finished it yet. Exercise 5 1 How long have they had their car? since 2 How long has he lived in Milan? for 3 How long have you known Sam? for 4 How long has she studied Maths? since
Exercise 6 Answers 1 Did (you) use to play 2 used to cycle 3 Did (you) use to watch 4 used to read Exercise 7 Answers 1 The boy who / that I met at the tennis club is very funny. 2 The chicken which / that we had for lunch was delicious. 3 The trousers which / that my aunt bought for me are very big. 4 The man who / that is speaking to Hazel is Spanish.