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Language for life
Autore Ben Weltz
Materia Inglese
Volume A2
Editore Oxford University Press
ISBN 9780194606424
Anno 2017
Scuola Secondaria di II grado
Classe Prima

Unit 0: Build-up

Pag. 6

Es. 1

  1. video games
  2. music
  3. reading
  4. films
  5. dancing
  6. the Internet
  7. shopping
  8. sport
  9. photography
  10. skateboarding

Es. 2

  1. sport
  2. video games
  3. photography
  4. music
  5. hobbies

Es. 3

  1. films
  2. computers
  3. hip hop music
  4. video games
  5. photography
  6. skateboarding
  7. sport
  8. tennis
  9. sports
  10. tennis and basketball

Pag. 7

Es. 5

  1. is
  2. after

Es. 6

  1. isn’t
  2. ’m not
  3. are
  4. ’s
  5. aren’t
  6. ’re

Es. 7

  1. are
  2. isn't
  3. are
  4. is,'s
  5. 'm not
  6. aren't

Es. 8

  1. he
  2. my
  3. his
  4. her
  5. they
  6. our
  7. your

Es. 9

  1. subject pronoun
  2. possessive adjective

Es. 10

  1. It
  2. They
  3. We
  4. You
  5. She
  6. He

Es. 11

  1. my
  2. Her
  3. They’re
  4. Our
  5. their
  6. It’s

Pag. 8

Es. 1

  1. J
  2. A
  3. Q
  4. I
  5. H
  6. E
  7. H
  8. O
  9. P
  10. M
  11. L
  12. F
  13. N
  14. S
  15. D
  16. B
  17. R
  18. G
  19. C

Es. 2

  1. on
  2. behind
  3. in front of
  4. between
  5. in
  6. near
  7. under
  8. next to
  9. above
  10. opposite

Pag. 9

Es. 6

  1. singular
  2. plural

Es. 7

  1. Harry's pens
  2. my brothers' bedroom
  3. the teachers' names
  4. Eva's exercise book

Es. 8

  1. is
  2. am
  3. is
  4. aren't

Es. 9

  1. Are
  2. Is
  3. Are
  4. Are
  5. Is

Es. 11

  1. f
  2. d
  3. g
  4. a
  5. c
  6. e
  7. b

Pag. 10

Es. 1

  1. horrible
  2. small
  3. good
  4. new
  5. interesting
  6. slow
  7. popular
  8. cheap

Es. 3

  1. b
  2. b
  3. b
  4. a
  5. a

Pag. 11

Es. 6

  1. that
  2. This
  3. that
  4. these

Es. 8

  1. 's
  2. haven't got
  3. Have
  4. got

Es. 9

  1. Have you got
  2. have
  3. haven't got
  4. Has Mum got
  5. has
  6. 've got
  7. hasn't got
  8. 've got

Pag. 12

Es. 1

  1. sister
  2. me
  3. Grandad
  4. Grandma
  5. Dad
  6. Mum

Es. 2

eight

Es. 3

  1. Ann
  2. Gemma
  3. Kylie
  4. Max
  5. Carl
  6. Lynn

Es. 4

  1. daughter
  2. wife
  3. brother
  4. sister
  5. dad
  6. husband
  7. grandad

Es. 5

  1. nephew
  2. granddaughter
  3. relative
  4. grandson
  5. twin
  6. niece

Pag. 13

Es. 6

  1. some
  2. a,an,a(n)
  3. any

Es. 7

  1. an
  2. a
  3. a
  4. some
  5. any

Es. 8

  1. there are
  2. there aren't
  3. are
  4. there

Es. 9

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. There’s/There isn’t a
  2. There are/There aren’t
  3. There are/There aren’t
  4. Is there a…; Yes, there is./No, there isn’t.
  5. Is there a…; Yes, there is./No, there isn’t.
  6. Are there any…; Yes, there are./No, there aren’t.

Es. 10

  1. you
  2. him
  3. it
  4. us
  5. them

Es. 11

  1. her
  2. it
  3. him
  4. us
  5. them
  6. me
  7. you

Pag. 14

Es. 1

  1. are, Their, is
  2. 'm, My, are
  3. isn't, His, is
  4. is, Her, is
  5. aren't, Our, are
  6. 'm not, My, is

Es. 3

  1. Why are you into sport?
  2. Where are they?
  3. What's your favourite hobby?
  4. How are you?
  5. When is Mary's birthday?
  6. Who is that boy?

Es. 4

  1. Have you got
  2. I have
  3. this
  4. 've got
  5. those
  6. I've got
  7. haven't got
  8. 's got
  9. has Tom got
  10. have I got
  11. haven't
  12. This

Es. 5

  1. There’s
  2. her
  3. are
  4. it
  5. aren’t
  6. them
  7. there
  8. some
  9. aren’t
  10. there’s
  11. any
  12. us

Es. 6

Students’ own answers. Possible answers: Are there any posters on the walls? No, there aren’t. Is there a clock? No, there isn’t. Are there any shelves? Yes, there are. Are there any computers? Yes, there’s one computer for the teacher.

Es. 7

  1. name’s
  2. 'm,am
  3. It’s
  4. My
  5. isn't
  6. There
  7. it
  8. haven't got
  9. some
  10. They’re
  11. This
  12. She’s
  13. brother’s
  14. him
  15. 're
  16. our
  17. Have you got
  18. What
  19. why
  20. them

Pag. 15

Es. 8

Classroom objects

  1. speaker, rubber, pencil, poster, dictionary

Families

  1. relative, niece, twin, cousin, children, grandson

Hobbies / Interests

  1. dancing, sport, music, reading, shopping

Possessions

  1. watch, earrings, purse, money, wallet

Es. 9

  1. cheap, expensive
  2. on, between
  3. tablet, popular
  4. behind, front
  5. aunt, husband

Es. 10

  1. from
  2. big
  3. to
  4. in
  5. into
  6. very
  7. at
  8. boring
  9. player
  10. case

Es. 11

  1. What is your name?
  2. Have you got an ID card?
  3. Are there any posters in your classroom?
  4. Has your dad got any nephews?
  5. Have your parents got expensive cars?
  6. Is there a CD player in your house?
  7. Where is your desk?
  8. What have you got in your pencil case?
  9. Are your parents nice?
  10. How many people are there in your family?

Es. 13

A This photo’s really/very nice!
B Thanks. It’s a photo of my family!
A Is that your mother?
B Yes, it is.
A Who’s in front of her?
B Those are my aunt and uncle!
A And where are you?
B I’m not in the photo. I’m behind the camera!
A Have you got any photos of me on your mobile (phone)?
B Yes, I have. These photos in Paris are my favourite.
A Really? Those photos are horrible!

Unit 1: Days in our lives

Pag. 16

Es. 1

Kelly’s favourite day of the week is Saturday

Es. 2

  1. F. Kelly wakes up at about 9 a.m.
  2. T
  3. F. Kelly plays football on Saturdays.
  4. T
  5. T

Es. 5

  1. F. They usually wake up early.
  2. T
  3. F. You use less water when you have a shower than when you have a bath.
  4. T
  5. T
  6. F. Most people take a short break of less than an hour.
  7. T
  8. T
  9. F. Only 25% of American parents say their children help with the housework.
  10. T
  11. T

Pag. 17

Es. 6

7 finish school
2 get up
8 go home
10 go to bed
4 go to school
3 have breakfast
6 have lunch
5 start school

Es. 7

  1. half past (ten)
  2. quarter past (six)
  3. (one) o’clock
  4. quarter to (twelve)
  5. ten to (seven)
  6. twenty-five past (nine)
  7. twenty-five to (two)
  8. five past (eight)
  9. twenty past (three)
  10. five to (four)
  11. ten past (nine)
  12. twenty to (eleven)

Es. 8

  1. 6:45
  2. 7:15
  3. 8:40
  4. 12:15
  5. 4:30
  6. 7:55

Pag. 18

Es. 1

c

Es. 2

  1. F
  2. T
  3. F
  4. T
  5. F
  6. F
  7. F

Es. 3

The Bates have got nine sons.
The Bates go to restaurants in two minibuses.
Gil and Kelly have got three grandchildren.
Gil and Kelly have got ten daughters.
The children eat nearly 50 eggs every day

Es. 4

  1. daughters
  2. children
  3. eggs
  4. classes
  5. hobbies
  6. minibuses
  7. babies
  8. people

Es. 5

  1. grandchildren
  2. women
  3. glasses
  4. countries
  5. men
  6. knives
  7. families
  8. jobs

Pag. 19

Es. 7

  1. base form
  2. don’t
  3. doesn't

Es. 8

  1. don't live
  2. travel
  3. doesn't go
  4. works
  5. make
  6. doesn't stay
  7. doesn't lose
  8. moves
  9. chat
  10. don't understand
  11. don't want

Pag. 20

Es. 1

  1. sing songs, play music or dance to music?
  2. wear a costume?
  3. send cards or messages?
  4. give presents to people?
  5. go out with your family or friends?
  6. visit people or invite people to your house?
  7. be in a parade or watch one?
  8. burn candles or watch fireworks?
  9. put up decorations?

Es. 3

  1. traditional celebration
  2. an interview
  3. in the UK
  4. music, food and fireworks

Es. 5

  1. clean
  2. wash clothes
  3. fish
  4. costume
  5. fireworks

Es. 6

Students’ own answers. Possible answer:
Chinese people watch fireworks at New Year. We do that in Italy too!

Pag. 21

Es. 7

  1. does
  2. do
  3. doesn't

Es. 8

  1. Does your grandad give
  2. Yes, he does
  3. Do you watch
  4. No, we don't
  5. Do they play
  6. Yes, they do

Es. 9

  1. Where do you live?
  2. What time do you get up on school days?
  3. What time does your first lesson start?
  4. Does your grandad go to work?
  5. Do you normally have a party at New Year?

Es. 10

  1. after
  2. usually,usually,
  3. sometimes,sometimes,
  4. hardly ever,hardly ever,
  5. never

Es. 11

  1. I'm never late for school.
  2. We usually celebrate my birthday at home.
  3. I hardly ever listen to music on the Internet.
  4. We don't often visit our grandparents.
  5. Dad sometimes makes dinner for us.

Es. 13

  1. at
  2. in
  3. on

Es. 14

  1. in
  2. on
  3. in
  4. at
  5. in
  6. on
  7. at
  8. on

Es. 15

  1. Do you give presents and send cards at Christmas?
  2. When do people in your town wear costumes?
  3. How do you get to school?
  4. What do you do at the weekend?
  5. What time do you go to bed on Saturday nights?

Es. 16

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:
What time do you get up at the weekends? I usually get up at ten o’clock.

Pag. 22

Es. 2

Frank is Adam’s friend. He’s the new student in Adam’s class.

Es. 5

Students’ own answers. Possible answer:
A Hi. This is a great party. I’m Giulia. What’s your name?
B I’m Giacomo. I’m Sam’s brother. Are you Sam’s friend? She usually invites her friends to my parties.
A Yes, I am. When’s your birthday? Is it this weekend?
B No. It’s on Monday.
A How old are you?
B I’m 14. How about you?
A I’m 14, too, but I’m 15 in December.
B Have you got any brothers and sisters?
A I’ve got a sister, Emily. She’s 12.
B Cool. I remember, are you the new student in Sam’s class? Where are you from?
A That’s me. I’m from Birmingham.
B Great. So, welcome to my party!

Pag. 23

Es. 1

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. I usually get a lot of homework. I do it every afternoon.
  2. I usually do the washing up and tidy my room.
  3. I play volleyball on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
  4. I play the guitar in a band.
  5. I think Friday evening is a good time for band practice.

Es. 2

Lilly D
Victoria F
Dan E
Karla A

Es. 3

  1. F. Lilly doesn’t know what homework she has on each day.
  2. F. Victoria sometimes does her homework in the library after school and she sometimes does it at home before dinner.
  3. F. Dan watches television after he does his homework.
  4. T
  5. F. They all do their homework at home. Victoria sometimes does her homework in the school library.
  6. T

Es. 4

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. I’m like Lilly. I do my homework while I watch TV.
  2. You can have more free time to relax if you manage your time.
  3. When you don’t organise you time, you sometimes forget to do important things.

Unit 2: World of learning

Pag. 24

Es. 1

Cresskill High School is in New Jersey, in the USA.

Es. 3

  1. a
  2. c
  3. b
  4. b
  5. a
  6. c
  7. a
  8. b

Es. 4

  1. English
  2. Biology
  3. Art
  4. Geography
  5. Chemistry
  6. ICT
  7. History
  8. RE

Es. 5

  1. Information and Communications Technology
  2. Physical Education
  3. Design and Technology
  4. Personal, Social and Health Education
  5. Religious Education

Pag. 25

Es. 7

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. How often do you have Chemistry lessons?
  2. Do you ever arrive late for school?
  3. How often do you watch videos in your English class?
  4. Do you ever go on excursions with your Geography teacher?
  5. How often do you forget to do your History homework?
  6. Do you ever give presentations in your RE class?

Pag. 26

Es. 1

Taylor’s project is about unusual ways of learning in different countries.

Es. 2

  1. F
  2. F
  3. T
  4. F
  5. T
  6. F

Es. 4

  1. class
  2. exercises
  3. school
  4. bus
  5. lesson
  6. session

Es. 5

  1. board
  2. court,teacher
  3. teacher,student
  4. break
  5. case
  6. teacher,student

Pag. 27

Es. 7

  1. actions in progress now
  2. -ing form
  3. -ing form

Es. 8

  1. Mark's looking at my exam paper.
  2. He isn't feeling very well.,He's not feeling very well.
  3. She's sitting next to my sister.
  4. She's talking to a parent.,She is talking to a parent.
  5. You aren't listening to me!,You're not listening to me!

Es. 9

  1. e
  2. d
  3. b
  4. a
  5. f
  6. c

Pag. 28

Es. 1

  1. Maximise your time in class
  2. Maximise your study between lessons
  3. In your free time

Es. 2

  1. understand
  2. concentrate
  3. revise
  4. read
  5. pronounce
  6. check
  7. listen to

Es. 3

Languages
Mandarin and Arabic
Nationalities
Moroccan, British and Australian
Both
Italian, German, Spanish, Turkish, French, Greek, Dutch and Japanese

Es. 4

  1. Australian
  2. Dutch
  3. British
  4. Japanese
  5. Russian
  6. Moroccan
  7. Turkish

Es. 5

  1. Jake’s new job is in the Netherlands with Eindhoven Football Club.
  2. Yes. He practises online with some Dutch friends.
  3. Mark wants to learn Japanese because a lot of Japanese people visit London on holiday.
  4. She thinks it isn’t difficult to learn and it’s a really interesting language.
  5. Because Fatima is Moroccan. Moroccans speak Arabic and French.

Pag. 29

Es. 7

  1. -ing
  2. Yes
  3. aren't

Es. 8

  1. are you doing
  2. Are you studying
  3. I'm not
  4. Is he going
  5. he isn't
  6. are you shopping
  7. we are

Es. 9

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:
Where are you sitting right now?
Why is your friend learning English?
Who is your friend talking to today?
What is your teacher wearing today?
How are your parents feeling at the moment?

Es. 10

  1. PC
  2. PS

Es. 11

  1. are sitting
  2. have
  3. 're preparing
  4. 's talking
  5. 's sleeping
  6. gets
  7. feels
  8. aren't looking

Es. 12

  1. How often do you have English tests?
  2. What colour pen are you using right now?
  3. How do you practise your English?
  4. What is your best friend doing now?
  5. Do you do your homework before or after dinner?

Pag. 30

Es. 2

Liam wants to know the meaning of ‘demain’ in English and how to say ‘thanks very much’ in French.

Es. 4

  1. K
  2. V
  3. Z
  4. Y
  5. W
  6. R

Es. 6

Students’ own answers. Possible answer:
A Excuse me, Mr Jackson.
B Yes Victoria, what’s the problem?
A I don’t understand this word. What does ‘festeggiare’ mean?
B It means ‘celebrate’. So that means, ‘They celebrate at home’.
A Oh, I understand now. How do you say ‘birthday’ in Italian?
B It’s ‘compleanno’.
A Sorry? How do you spell that?
B C-O-M-P-L-E-A-N-N-O.
A Thank you!

Pag. 31

Es. 3

  1. S
  2. M
  3. P

Es. 4

  1. Try to listen to a bit of English every day.
  2. Write down new words and test yourself.
  3. Use a website to listen to the pronunciation.

Es. 5

  1. reading
  2. spelling, vocabulary
  3. vocabulary,pronunciation
  4. grammar, vocabulary
  5. listening, pronunciation

Unit 3: Stay healthy

Pag. 32

Es. 1

Frank: crisps
Liam: roast dinner

Es. 2

  1. pizza and curry
  2. vegetarian
  3. (a packet of) crisps, sandwiches, an apple
  4. Sunday
  5. He helps with the cooking.

Es. 4

tuna sandwiches: Canada
noodles or a pizza: Australia
lentils: India
chicken and rice: Barbados
a curry or a pie: UK

Es. 5

  1. milk
  2. fizzy drink
  3. chocolate
  4. ham or sausage
  5. nuts
  6. (bread - not in the blog)
  7. soup

Es. 6

coffee B
egg C
onion C
potato C
apple C
tomato C
tea B
carrot C
cereal U
lettuce B
rice U
orange C
bean C
meat U
butter U
fish U
crisps C

Pag. 33

Es. 7

  1. some
  2. any
  3. any
  4. a
  5. some

Pag. 34

Es. 1

  1. Paragraph B
  2. Paragraph C
  3. Paragraph A
  4. Paragraph E
  5. Paragraph D

Es. 2

  1. There is sugar and fat in fast food which gives you energy, but you lose the energy quickly and get tired and irritable.
  2. People often don’t sleep well after a big dinner.
  3. Nuts help students concentrate in exams.
  4. Studies show that when people drink water before or during exams, their marks improve by 5%.
  5. Pregnant women sometimes want to eat strange food because they need different vitamins and minerals for the baby

Es. 3

  1. b
  2. c
  3. a

Pag. 35

Es. 6

  1. lots of
  2. much
  3. many
  4. much
  5. many
  6. How

Es. 7

  1. much
  2. lots of
  3. a lot of
  4. lots of
  5. how many

Es. 8

  1. many
  2. How
  3. much
  4. of
  5. lots

Pag. 36

Es. 1

Healthy activity

  • eat vegetables
  • run
  • go to a sports centre
  • help your parents at home
  • do sport

Unhealthy activity

  • sit on the sofa
  • drink fizzy drinks
  • play video games
  • eat fast food
  • go to bed late

Es. 2

  1. tired
  2. fit
  3. well
  4. lazy
  5. overweight
  6. unhealthy
  7. strong
  8. easy
  9. safe

Es. 4

  1. ill
  2. lazy
  3. strong
  4. fit
  5. tired
  6. overweight
  7. dangerous
  8. unfit

Es. 5

  1. Josh
  2. Charlie
  3. Josh
  4. Keira
  5. Josh
  6. Charlie
  7. Charlie

Pag. 37

Es. 8

ing

Es. 9

  1. like, love, enjoy, don’t mind
  2. hate, can’t stand
  3. love, hate, can’t stand

Es. 10

  1. We love having spaghetti.
  2. Rick hates/can’t stand doing his homework.
  3. Ann likes/enjoys reading The Hunger Games books.
  4. I hate/can’t stand cooking dinner.
  5. Ella doesn’t mind studying History.
  6. I like/enjoy/love watching series about crime.
  7. John likes/enjoys/doesn’t mind eating healthy food.
  8. I hate/can’t stand getting up early in the morning.

Es. 12

  1. I don’t eat much fast food.
  2. I don’t mind shopping with my parents.
  3. I love having PE lessons.
  4. I don’t like playing or watching football.
  5. I don’t play many computer games.

Pag. 38

Es. 2

Kelly orders a chicken sandwich with chips and an apple juice.

Es. 4

  1. c
  2. d
  3. e
  4. a
  5. b

Es. 6

Students’ own answers. Possible answer:
A Hello. What would you like?
B I’d like a cheese and tomato pizza, please.
A Would you like some chips or salad with that?
B I’d like some salad, please.
A Certainly. Would you like something to drink?
B Can I have some cola, please?
A OK. Anything else?
B No thanks. How much is that?
A That’s £10.85, please.

Pag. 39

Es. 2

  1. strawberry yoghurt
  2. an apple

Es. 3

  1. 90
  2. 0
  3. 180
  4. 3%
  5. A
  6. D

Pag. 40

Es. 1

  1. always wake up
  2. don't usually get up
  3. usually send
  4. have
  5. have
  6. hardly ever eat
  7. go
  8. brush
  9. go

Es. 2

Joe wakes up at 7:30, but he doesn’t usually get up then! He usually sends some messages on his mobile and at about 7:45 he has a shower. Then he has breakfast. Joe and his family hardly ever eat together because his mum and dad go to work at 7:45. After breakfast, Joe brushes his teeth and goes to school.

Es. 3

  1. When do you go out with your family?
  2. Does your dad often watch TV in the evening?
  3. Do you always have dinner with your parents?
  4. Does your family usually sing songs at Christmas?
  5. Do you sometimes help your parents in the kitchen?

Es. 4

  1. What are you doing?
  2. I’m writing my name in Mandarin.
  3. Are you studying Mandarin?
  4. am
  5. My friend Li is teaching me.
  6. Is your brother travelling in Japan at the moment?
  7. isn’t
  8. He’s visiting his girlfriend in China.
  9. He’s posting some interesting photos on Facebook.
  10. Which languages are you and Matt doing at school?
  11. We’re doing German.
  12. Are you enjoying it?
  13. aren’t
  14. Mrs Smith is giving us lots of tests this year!

Es. 5

  1. Are you having
  2. I'm not
  3. always eat
  4. 'm checking
  5. don't usually revise
  6. 're
  7. often asks
  8. doesn't like
  9. never gives

Es. 6

  1. much
  2. eating
  3. lots
  4. mind
  5. a lot
  6. many
  7. can’t
  8. having
  9. enjoy
  10. much

Es. 7

Hi Francesca How are you? I’m not very well at the moment. I’m not doing any sport/exercise and I’m not eating much healthy food. I’m eating lots/a lot of chocolate, but I’m not eating (any) fruit or vegetables. I’m always tired. I hate being weak and unfit! What/How about you/And you? How much healthy food do you eat? Are you active or lazy? Bethany
Hi Bethany I’d like to have a healthy lifestyle. I usually do sport once a week and I eat healthy food, but I have/’ve got lots/a lot of exams this month. I’m revising in the evening and at the weekend! It’s really boring. Francesca

Pag. 41

Es. 8

school subjects (nouns) : PE, Maths, Music

studying languages (verbs) : repeat, spell, practise, revise

celebrations (verbs) : watch fireworks, burn candles, dance, play music

health and lifestyle (adjectives) : strong,underweight,ill,active

food and drink (nouns) : sausage,pudding,cheese,tuna

daily routines (verbs) : go to school,watch TV,have a shower,have dinner

Es. 9

  1. o
  2. ear
  3. ake
  4. uice
  5. nergetic
  6. isten
  7. izzy
  8. ifficult
  9. reek
  10. ome
  11. end
  12. apanese

Es. 10

  1. bowl
  2. out
  3. are in
  4. head
  5. invites
  6. brush
  7. up
  8. break
  9. bath
  10. giving

Es. 11

  1. Are there lots of people in your town?
  2. Has your mum got an expensive mobile?
  3. Which languages are you studying this year?
  4. Do you like doing homework?
  5. How often do your parents give you presents?
  6. What do you usually eat for breakfast?
  7. What does your dad enjoy doing at the weekend?
  8. Are you chatting with your friends at the moment?
  9. What time does your mum go to bed?
  10. Are you always very active?

Es. 13

  1. question words 3,5,6,7,9
  2. adverbs of frequency 6,10
  3. Present simple 1,2,4,5,6,7,9,10
  4. Present continuous 3,8
  5. verb + -ing 4,7

Unit 4: Big City

Pag. 42

Es. 1

London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham, Glasgow.

Es. 2

  1. (nearly) nine million
  2. a modern building in central London
  3. Belfast
  4. 56
  5. Glasgow/Scotland

Es. 4

A Dubai B Shanghai C Istanbul

Pag. 43

Es. 5

  1. big
  2. busy
  3. old
  4. modern
  5. far
  6. expensive
  7. famous
  8. cold

Es. 6

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:
Mount Everest is a very famous mountain situated in the Himalayas mountain range between Nepal and Tibet. It is 8,848 metres high. It is very cold at the top of the mountain with temperatures of -18°C to -36°C!

Es. 8

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:
How old is Istanbul?
How big is Istanbul?
How far is Los Angeles from one side to the other?
How long is the underground system in Shanghai?
How busy is Shanghai’s underground system?
How hot is it in Dubai in summer?
How tall is the Burj Khalifa skyscraper in Dubai?
How polluted is Cairo?
How wide is the River Nile?

Pag. 44

Es. 1

  1. b, d

Es. 2

  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. T
  5. F

Es. 3

  1. ugly
  2. traditional
  3. fake
  4. exciting
  5. tiny
  6. brave

Es. 4

  1. dark
  2. noisy
  3. uncomfortable
  4. cheap

Pag. 45

Es. 7

  1. don’t use
  2. use
  3. Don’t

Es. 8

  1. Tell
  2. don't get
  3. wait
  4. Give
  5. don't call
  6. send

Es. 9

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. Visit
  2. Keep
  3. Don’t go out
  4. Don’t order
  5. Stay

Pag. 46

Es. 1

  1. block of flats
  2. restaurant
  3. church
  4. monument
  5. bridge
  6. pedestrian street
  7. sports centre
  8. square
  9. park
  10. station
  11. supermarket
  12. car park

Es. 2

  1. "I like to walk there and sit under the trees": Park
  2. "It’s a good place to learn about the history of this town": Museum
  3. "What time does the pool open?": Sports centre
  4. "I’d like a cappuccino and a piece of cake, please": Café
  5. "I live on the third floor": Block of flats
  6. "Ambulances arrive here all the time": Hospital
  7. "Where is the men’s clothes section?": Department store

Es. 4

pedestrian street, café, square, restaurant, hotel, monument, park, art gallery, bridge, shopping centre, department store, church, library, museum

Es. 5

  1. They are students at a language school.
  2. Students like to have their lunch there because it’s near the school.
  3. It’s raining.
  4. The bridge is between the shopping centre and the department store.
  5. There’s a café on the bridge.
  6. It’s opposite St. Matthew’s Church.

Pag. 47

Es. 7

  1. on
  2. at
  3. in

Es. 8

  1. in
  2. at
  3. on
  4. at
  5. at
  6. at

Es. 9

  1. across
  2. along
  3. along

Es. 10

  1. along
  2. next to
  3. past
  4. down
  5. on
  6. over
  7. opposite

Es. 11

  1. out of; into
  2. between; around
  3. across; up
  4. along; under
  5. over; past
  6. through; down

Es. 13

  1. Do you live in a village, a town or a city?
  2. Do you prefer sunbathing on the beach or in a park?
  3. Do you go over a river on your way to school?
  4. Do you think walking through a forest at night is scary?
  5. Do you like cycling up hills?

Pag. 48

Es. 2

Olivia wants to go to the train station. She walks across the road, past the hotel and the new school and under the bridge to get there.

Es. 5

Students’ own answers. Possible answer:
A Excuse me. Do you know where the bank is?
B The City Bank?
A Yes.
B Go across the square and turn right into High Street. Go straight on until you get to the hospital.
A OK.
B Then walk under the bridge. The bank is on your left, opposite the hospital. You can’t miss it.
A How far is it?
B It’s about five minutes by bike.
A Thanks for your help.
B You’re welcome

Pag. 49

Es. 2

Joe and Toni want to go to the aquarium. They decide to go by bus because it is cheaper and they can see some more things on the journey

Es. 3

map, bus app, websites, guide book

Es. 4

  1. Underground Line A or Bus Number 7
  2. 20 minutes
  3. £9
  4. 45 minutes

Unit 5: Do I look OK?

Pag. 50

Es. 1

Chris Hemsworth, Emma Watson

Es. 2

  1. 1.90m
  2. Spain
  3. English Literature
  4. British
  5. brown

Es. 3

A Taylor Swift
B Taylor Lautner
C Johhny Depp
D Rihanna
E Dwayne Johnson
F Emma Stone

Es. 4

  1. bald
  2. wavy
  3. long
  4. brown
  5. black
  6. blonde
  7. green
  8. square
  9. round
  10. thin
  11. average
  12. muscular
  13. moustache
  14. freckles

Pag. 52

Es. 2

  1. T
  2. F
  3. F
  4. F
  5. F
  6. T
  7. F
  8. F

Es. 3

  1. changed
  2. destroyed
  3. stayed
  4. covered
  5. travelled
  6. passed
  7. practised
  8. touched

Es. 4

  1. survived
  2. wanted
  3. worked
  4. researched
  5. explained
  6. died

Pag. 53

Es. 6

  1. were
  2. wasn't
  3. didn't

Es. 7

  1. was
  2. started
  3. wanted
  4. criticised
  5. didn't like
  6. hated
  7. realised
  8. was
  9. asked

Pag. 54

Es. 1

  1. taught
  2. began
  3. had
  4. saw
  5. spoke
  6. became
  7. made
  8. sang
  9. went
  10. got
  11. flew
  12. wrote
  13. felt
  14. met
  15. thought
  16. found

Es. 4

  1. shopping centre
  2. train
  3. London
  4. restaurant

Es. 5

  1. Gareth didn’t meet his doppelgänger.
  2. Jackie’s doppelgänger was wearing a red dress similar to hers.
  3. She posted lots of selfies online and wrote lots of messages on Facebook.
  4. Because the waiter thought Gareth didn’t pay his bill the last time he was there.
  5. Jenny

Pag. 55

Es. 6

  1. were
  2. was
  3. weren't
  4. Did
  5. did
  6. didn't

Es. 7

  1. Did you meet
  2. Yes, I did
  3. Did your parents buy
  4. No, they didn't
  5. Did Jake ask
  6. Yes, he did

Es. 8

  1. c
  2. b
  3. a
  4. d

Es. 9

  1. Did you buy any new clothes
  2. What happened
  3. Where were you
  4. Did he see you
  5. No, he didn't
  6. Was he surprised

Es. 10

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:
When did you last go shopping?
When did you last take a selfie?
When did you last play a video game?
When did you last download music?
Responses are students’ own answers.

Es. 12

  1. Where did you live ten years ago?
  2. When did you last change your hairstyle?
  3. When did you last have an English test?
  4. What did you do last weekend?
  5. Where were you at nine o’clock last night?

Responses are students’ own answers.

Pag. 56

Es. 2

Sophie saw her cousin Mia and some fantastic tennis players.

Pag. 57

Es. 2

  1. Harry
  2. 100 people

Es. 3

  1. F. Melissa is in the photo and Harry took it.
  2. F. Around#people posted comments.
  3. T
  4. T
  5. F. Melissa is angry with her mum.

Unit 6: Achieve

Pag. 58

Es. 1

No, Harry’s heroes are his grandparents.

Es. 2

  1. 4 (years old)
  2. She does a lot for charity too.
  3. (a small town in) China
  4. 17 (years old)
  5. He met Harry’s grandmother and got married.

Es. 3

  1. minute
  2. day
  3. fortnight
  4. month
  5. decade
  6. millennium
  7. nought
  8. third
  9. couple
  10. hundred
  11. million

Pag. 59

Es. 4

  1. centuries
  2. decades
  3. hundred
  4. days
  5. minutes
  6. billion
  7. years
  8. minute
  9. second
  10. hour
  11. seconds
  12. thousand

Es. 5

  1. ✔️
  2. ✔️
  3. 19,314
  4. ✔️
  5. 1/3
  6. ✔️
  7. ✔️
  8. 1,000
  9. ✔️

Es. 7

  1. 382,500 kilometres
  2. 160 metres
  3. 9.58 seconds
  4. 69 hotdogs
  5. over 1,380,622,884 people

Pag. 60

Es. 1

  1. A
  2. C
  3. F
  4. B
  5. D
  6. E

Es. 3

  1. Birds have got very small brains, but some types of birds are very clever.
  2. When we are in danger, our brains process information much faster and time seems to go slower.
  3. The average IQ for women is higher than for men, and women have more connections in their brains.
  4. Brains grow when you exercise them, just like a muscle.
  5. Playing video games and looking at art stimulates the brain.
  6. It’s important to drink a lot of water because the brain is mostly H2O.

Es. 4

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:
e.g. For example (exempli gratia)
a.m. Before noon (ante meridian)
p.m. After noon (post meridian)
PE Physical Education
ICT Information and Communications Technology

Es. 5

  1. Please turn over
  2. As soon as possible
  3. Curriculum Vitae
  4. Répondez s’il vous plaît (Please reply)
  5. Postscript (something written after the main text)

Pag. 61

Es. 7

  1. -er
  2. -est
  3. -ier
  4. more
  5. most
  6. better

Es. 8

  1. Chimpanzees live longer lives than crows.
  2. Crows live shorter lives than dolphins.
  3. Crows have got smaller brains than dolphins.
  4. Dolphins have got bigger brains than chimpanzees.
  5. Dolphins are friendlier than chimpanzees.

Pag. 62

Es. 1

1

Es. 2

  1. mechanics
  2. architects
  3. photographers
  4. nurses
  5. lawyers
  6. personal assistants

Es. 3

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:
A These people make meals in a restaurant. B Chefs.

Es. 4

  1. 7

Es. 5

  1. T
  2. F
  3. T
  4. F
  5. T
  6. F

Pag. 63

Es. 6

  1. can
  2. could
  3. could
  4. couldn't
  5. subject
  6. don’t have

Es. 7

  1. Can you swim across the lake?
  2. ✔️
  3. Simon can play the piano.
  4. I couldn’t finish my homework last night.
  5. My brother couldn’t walk when he was one month old.
  6. ✔️
  7. We couldn’t communicate well in Kyoto because we can’t/couldn’t speak Japanese.

Es. 8

  1. can
  2. can't
  3. could
  4. could
  5. could
  6. couldn't
  7. can
  8. can't

Es. 9

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. …couldn’t sleep.
  2. …could play the guitar very well.
  3. …couldn’t speak French.
  4. …can do his Maths homework really quickly.
  5. …can take great pictures.
  6. …couldn’t hear you.
  7. …couldn’t chat online.
  8. …couldn’t cook very well.
  9. … can’t tell anyone.
  10. … can play tennis really well

Es. 12

  1. Have you got an older or younger brother or sister?
  2. What’s the most famous university in your country?
  3. Which languages can you speak?
  4. Could you ride a bike when you were six years old?
  5. What are you better at now than five years ago?

Responses are students’ own answers

Pag. 64

Es. 2

Kelly’s brother won a prize.

Es. 4

  1. b
  2. e
  3. d
  4. a
  5. c

Pag. 65

Es. 2

  1. Neither
  2. A
  3. B

Es. 3

  1. B
  2. B
  3. A
  4. B
  5. A
  6. A
  7. A
  8. B
  9. B
  10. A

Es. 4

Speak in a quiet voice.
Face the board when you talk.
Worry about what the audience is thinking.
Reasons are students’ own answers.

Pag. 66

Es. 1

  1. Don't go
  2. through
  3. Don't walk
  4. along
  5. go
  6. past
  7. don't cross
  8. over
  9. Come
  10. into
  11. Don't go
  12. out of
  13. Don't run
  14. up
  15. Walk
  16. across
  17. Meet
  18. at

Es. 2

  1. I wasn't at home yesterday.
  2. There wasn't a station here five years ago.
  3. You didn't answer my message.
  4. They were born in this country.
  5. Perry uploaded the photos.
  6. I didn't understand the question.
  7. My dad chatted to his parents.
  8. She tried French food last weekend.
  9. Marty went to bed at 9:30.
  10. Sam chose some new glasses this morning.

Es. 3

  1. Did you have
  2. did
  3. was
  4. had
  5. Did you know
  6. didn't
  7. were
  8. arrived
  9. Was he
  10. was
  11. taught
  12. was
  13. did all the girls like
  14. did

Es. 4

  1. more intelligent
  2. the most intelligent
  3. can
  4. can’t
  5. could
  6. can
  7. larger
  8. than

Es. 5

  1. African elephants are heavier than Asian elephants. They can weigh up to 550kg.
  2. Cats travel further than people think. A cat can travel almost a kilometre from home.
  3. Penguins live in some of the coldest places on the planet. They can’t fly, but they can swim well.
  4. Zebras can see well. Their vision is better than other animals because they need to see their predators.
  5. Camels live in some of the world’s hottest places so they can live without water for months.

Es. 6

  1. the most fascinating
  2. went
  3. liked
  4. didn't have
  5. wanted
  6. couldn’t
  7. around
  8. weren't
  9. more modern
  10. more elegant
  11. travel
  12. can
  13. don't visit
  14. the worst
  15. can’t

Pag. 67

Es. 7

Incorrect words:

  1. freckle
  2. polluted
  3. wide
  4. nought
  5. bridge
  6. curly

Categories:

  1. places in a town
  2. irregular verbs
  3. describing people
  4. time words
  5. jobs
  6. describing places

Es. 8

  1. ancient
  2. shopping centre
  3. straight
  4. fascinating
  5. a fortnight
  6. counsellor
  7. a few
  8. nurse
  9. taught
  10. goatee

Es. 9

  1. sports
  2. street
  3. store
  4. look
  5. curly
  6. tall
  7. high
  8. good
  9. guess

Es. 10

  1. What do you hate doing?
  2. How often do you go to a shopping centre?
  3. Where were you last night?
  4. What can you do well?
  5. Have you got a favourite hobby?
  6. Are you enjoying learning English?
  7. Did you have a big breakfast yesterday?
  8. Has your mum got blonde spiky hair?
  9. Could you spell your name in English last year?
  10. How long does it take you to go to school in the morning?
  11. Which is the most attractive place in your town?

Es. 12

Hi Mark
Yesterday was a great day! In the morning I went to the new museum. It’s in the centre. Go past the big church and it’s between the French restaurant and the sports centre. It was noisy because there were a lot of people in the museum. I saw some ancient and fascinating books. The morning was interesting, but the afternoon was better because I met a really nice girl at the bar. Her name’s Sally and she’s got curly, blonde hair and big, blue eyes. I think she’s the most beautiful girl in the world!
Have a good day!
Sam

Unit 7: Going away

Pag. 68

Es. 1

London, Brighton, Cornwall, the Lake District

Es. 2

  1. July and August
  2. The British Museum
  3. Cornwall
  4. 15
  5. cycle, walk through the countryside, take a boat trip, enjoy the beautiful views of the hills

Es. 3

beach holidays, dive, conservation holiday, buy souvenirs, cycle, swim

Es. 4

Couchsurfing is a website you can use to find free accommodation in local people’s houses.
Pop-up events are events which only happen once, like a one-night concert, a party or a temporary shop.

Pag. 70

Es. 1

  1. Charyn Pfeuffer
  2. Matt Green
  3. Niall
  4. Natalie and James Allen
  5. Mike

Es. 2

  1. They gave the money to charity.
  2. No, she didn’t.
  3. No, she worked as a volunteer.
  4. The organisers decide which is the most original idea.
  5. They’re planning to go to the village where their mum was born and grew up.
  6. Yes, because she wants to contact and meet all the other people who have her name.
  7. Niall needs money to organise his trip because his parents don’t want to go to his preferred destinations.

Es. 3

  1. fans
  2. grounds
  3. begin
  4. streets
  5. aim

Es. 4

  1. I'm frightened of roller coasters. I just watch when my friends ride them.
  2. We went on a fantastic safari holiday last year in Tanzania.
  3. Our hotel was terrible. I never want to stay there again.
  4. Do you know the expression 'a flying visit'?
  5. I'm having a really good time. I never want this holiday to finish.
  6. Let's take the lift to the top of this tall building and enjoy the views.

Pag. 71

Es. 6

  1. isn't
  2. subject
  3. am
  4. aren't

Es. 7

  1. 's going to drive
  2. 'm going to stay
  3. aren't going to have
  4. 's going to paint
  5. 'm going to relax
  6. Are you going to visit

Es. 8

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. Are you going to get up late tomorrow morning?
  2. Are you going to help with the housework tonight?
  3. Are you going to take a photo of yourself next month?
  4. Are you going to learn a new language next year?
  5. Are you going to live in another country one day?

Responses are students’ own answers.

Pag. 72

Es. 2

  1. lightning
  2. rainy
  3. rain
  4. hot
  5. cold
  6. freezing
  7. icy
  8. windy

Es. 4

  1. b
  2. c
  3. c
  4. b

Pag. 73

Es. 5

  1. 'll
  2. won't
  3. subject
  4. will
  5. won't

Es. 6

  1. will holidays change
  2. will help
  3. will become
  4. won't have
  5. won't carry
  6. 'll pay
  7. Will we still fly
  8. won't use
  9. 'll be
  10. 'll travel

Es. 7

  1. Is already made

Es. 8

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. ‘m not coming
  2. are you going
  3. ‘re visiting
  4. ‘m meeting
  5. ‘s not taking
  6. Are you going skiing
  7. ‘m not flying

Es. 9

  1. b
  2. c
  3. a

Es. 10

  1. We’re going on holiday to France this summer.
  2. I’d love to go to Antarctica.
  3. I’m not going to meet my friends after school today.
  4. I think it’ll rain next weekend.
  5. The weather won’t be very nice in July.

Responses are students’ own answers.

Pag. 74

Es. 2

Frank forgot about meeting his dad.

Pag. 75

Es. 2

  1. Thailand
  2. Egypt
  3. Scotland

Es. 3

  1. Touching someone’s head. This is rude.
  2. Standing too close. This is rude.
  3. Not queueing and shouting. Both of these are rude

Unit 8: In the wild

Pag. 76

Es. 1

excited, nervous

Es. 2

  1. four days
  2. with a group
  3. over 70 kilometres
  4. a tent, (lots of) things to eat and drink, a stove, a rucksack, a map, a compass
  5. 20 kilograms

Es. 3

  1. climb
  2. avoid
  3. build
  4. follow
  5. use
  6. pick
  7. make
  8. catch
  9. hunt
  10. keep

Es. 5

  1. a
  2. a
  3. b
  4. a
  5. b
  6. c

Pag. 77

Es. 6

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. follow it.
  2. light a fire.
  3. avoid it.
  4. use the sun.
  5. climb it.
  6. make a noise!

Es. 8

Josh chose finding drinking water, catching animals for food and lighting a fire.

Pag. 78

Es. 3

  1. Tom Woods
  2. Peter Quinn
  3. Ted Wilson
  4. Sophie Jenkins
  5. Tina Brent
  6. Jenny Frome

Es. 4

  1. a, noun.
  2. b, adjective
  3. b, adjective
  4. a, adjective

Es. 5

  1. book (noun)
  2. light (adjective)
  3. sign (noun)
  4. book (verb)
  5. watch (noun)
  6. light (noun)
  7. watch (verb)
  8. sign (verb)

Pag. 79

Es. 7

  1. result
  2. action
  3. result
  4. result

Es. 8

  1. swim
  2. might get
  3. don't cross
  4. won't get
  5. will be
  6. build
  7. go
  8. 'll make

Pag. 80

Es. 1

A rope
B mirror
C first-aid kit
D torch
E sleeping bag
F lighter
G compass
H knife
I insect repellent
J suncream

Es. 3

Useful ✔️: knife, tent, water bottle, hat, sleeping bag, mirror, torch Not useful ❌: lighter, map

Es. 4

  1. You learn how to hunt and make a shelter, and what plants you can eat.
  2. Because you have to carry everything in your rucksack.
  3. They teach you to light a fire.
  4. Because you’ll burn in the sun.
  5. It’s over#°C during the day and only#°C at night.
  6. There aren’t any roads.
  7. Use your mirror or your torch to signal for help.

Pag. 81

Es. 6

  1. should
  2. shouldn’t
  3. must
  4. mustn’t

Es. 7

  1. should
  2. mustn’t
  3. shouldn’t
  4. should
  5. mustn’t
  6. should

Es. 8

  1. I
  2. I
  3. I
  4. I
  5. I
  6. I
  7. C
  8. I

Es. 9

  1. You shouldn’t leave the group - it’s easy to get lost out here.
  2. Should we put our tent here?
  3. You mustn’t go near that animal - it’s dangerous.
  4. You should prepare carefully: only take useful things.
  5. Tom fell and hurt his leg. We should tell the guide.
  6. Should I take a compass on the trip?
  7. ✔️
  8. You should take a warm sleeping bag. It’s more comfortable.

Es. 10

Students’ own answers. Possible answers:

  1. You should bring some water to drink.
  2. You mustn’t light fires.
  3. You shouldn’t forget your suncream.
  4. You must buy a parking ticket for your car.
  5. You shouldn’t sunbathe between#a.m. and#p.m.
  6. You should report problems to the lifeguards.
  7. You mustn’t swim when you see a red flag.
  8. You shouldn’t touch the jellyfish.

Es. 12

  1. You must drink lots of coffee when you’re in the desert.
  2. When you haven’t got a compass, you should use the Moon to help you.
  3. You mustn’t stay on the paths in this National Park.
  4. You must swim in the sea when the weather is stormy.
  5. You shouldn’t put suncream on your face before you go out in the sun.

Correct sentences

  1. You must drink lots of water when you’re in the desert.
  2. When you haven’t got a compass, you should use the Sun to help you.
  3. You must/should stay on the paths in this National Park.
  4. You mustn’t/shouldn’t swim in the sea when the weather is stormy.
  5. You should put suncream on your face before you go out in the sun.

Pag. 82

Es. 2

Sam can’t fit everything in his rucksack.

Pag. 83

Es. 2

The campsite shop is closed so the boys can’t buy food for dinner; neither of the boys has a signal on their phones; the village pub is closed; Joe can’t find his sleeping bag.

Es. 3

  1. F. The boys have no signal on their phones.
  2. F. The village pub is closed.
  3. F. The woman doesn’t know if the pub in Bibury serves food.
  4. T
  5. T

Unit 9: It's my life

Pag. 84

Es. 1

see the lights, watch the (free) convert, listen to music, dance, eat (delicious) food, watch the fireworks

Es. 2

  1. five days
  2. autumn
  3. sweets and clothes
  4. because of the street decorations
  5. the big fireworks display

Es. 3

  1. Paragraph 5
  2. Paragraph 4
  3. Paragraph 3
  4. Paragraph 1

Pag. 85

Es. 4

  1. barbecue
  2. demonstrations
  3. exhibitions
  4. re-enactment
  5. street parties
  6. race

Pag. 86

Es. 2

  1. A must-see event for superhero fans
  2. Stories inspire us to new things

Es. 3

  1. F. Over 100,000 fans attend the Comic-Con event.
  2. T
  3. F. He designed a costume for the event.
  4. T
  5. T
  6. F. Rebecca’s parents are sending her to a Hunger Games camp this summer.

Es. 4

  1. come round
  2. turn up
  3. find out
  4. dress up

Es. 5

  1. d
  2. a
  3. e
  4. c
  5. b

Pag. 87

Es. 7

  1. hasn’t
  2. have
  3. -ed
  4. ever

Es. 8

  1. d - He’s painted lots of amazing pictures.
  2. c - I’ve never visited the city.
  3. f - He hasn’t/He’s never introduced us.
  4. a - She’s written five books.
  5. b - I’ve never watched it.
  6. e - We’ve tried it a few times.

Pag. 88

Es. 1

Bethany has done: 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8.

Es. 2

  1. thought
  2. slept
  3. been
  4. fallen
  5. read
  6. written
  7. flown
  8. put
  9. eaten
  10. found
  11. gone/been
  12. heard

Es. 5

  1. concert
  2. radio
  3. website; thousands
  4. world records
  5. has sailed
  6. American football

Pag. 89

Es. 6

  1. Present perfect
  2. Past simple

Es. 7

  1. has helped
  2. learnt
  3. didn’t have
  4. decided
  5. began
  6. used
  7. has paid
  8. has changed
  9. has never stopped
  10. won

Es. 8

  1. has tried; joined
  2. haven’t seen; Was
  3. has climbed; taught
  4. became; has won
  5. have visited; went
  6. has made; didn’t like

Es. 9

  1. didn’t answer
  2. Have I ever mentioned
  3. has lived
  4. sent
  5. ‘ve never visited
  6. have you heard
  7. looked at

Es. 10

  1. Have you ever ridden an elephant?
  2. Where did you and your family go on holiday last summer?
  3. Have you ever played in a band?
  4. Has anyone in your family visited the USA?
  5. Who came to your last birthday party?
  6. Have you ever won a prize for anything?

Responses are students’ own answers.

Es. 11

  1. I’ve never watched a procession in my town.
  2. My family and I have tried a lot of different foods.
  3. I’ve seen the Northern Lights a few times.
  4. My mum and dad haven’t travelled to any countries in Europe.
  5. I haven’t climbed a mountain but I’ve driven a fast car.

Pag. 90

Es. 2

They decide to see the new bands first.

Pag. 91

Es. 2

They decide to go to the Notting Hill Festival in London.

Es. 3

A 6
B 5
C 1
D 2
E 4
F 3

Pag. 92

Es. 1

  1. ‘ll meet
  2. aren’t going to do
  3. ‘m playing
  4. ‘re getting
  5. ‘s going to
  6. will win
  7. ‘m going to bring

Es. 2

  1. are travelling
  2. ‘ll be
  3. ‘m going to take
  4. ‘m meeting
  5. won’t want
  6. ‘s not/isn’t coming

Es. 3

  1. must
  2. will
  3. shouldn’t
  4. mustn’t
  5. might
  6. should

Es. 4

  1. Have you ever seen
  2. I have
  3. saw
  4. were you
  5. was
  6. ‘ve stayed
  7. ‘ve never seen
  8. did it look
  9. ran away
  10. left
  11. Has he ever trekked
  12. he hasn’t
  13. ‘s done
  14. travelled
  15. Have you ever travelled
  16. we haven’t

Es. 5

Hi Tricia
I’ve never been to England, but next summer I’m going to spend a month there with an English family. My friend Paolo lived with an English family last year and he learned/learnt a lot. He thinks that it’s the best holiday that he’s ever had! If the family is nice, I might survive! Paolo thinks/reckons that I shouldn’t be scared, but he doesn’t understand. I’ve never been to another country! Tonight at eight I’m speaking to/with the family for the first time. I’m going to ask them a lot of/lots of questions about England. What will I do if I don’t understand them? I think I’ll cry!
In my next email I’ll tell you how it went!
Elena

Pag. 93

Es. 6

  1. compass
  2. fog/foggy
  3. sunbathe
  4. build; shelter
  5. buy souvenirs
  6. boiling
  7. knife
  8. stay still
  9. fallen
  10. gig

Es. 7

  1. ice
  2. won
  3. cruise
  4. pick
  5. exhibition
  6. explore
  7. worn
  8. lightning
  9. torch
  10. play

Es. 8

  1. going
  2. taking
  3. holidays
  4. climbing
  5. bag
  6. aid
  7. hunt
  8. catch
  9. away
  10. up

Es. 9

  1. Did you see a gig last year?
  2. Have you and your family ever been to Australia?
  3. Where did you go last Saturday?
  4. Are you meeting a friend tonight?
  5. Have you ever slept in a sleeping bag?
  6. What did your mum do yesterday?
  7. How good was your English a year ago?
  8. Who was the tallest boy in your class last year?
  9. What will you do if you don’t have any homework tonight?
  10. What will your life be like in ten years?

Es. 11

  1. Questions 1, 3, 6, 7and 8
  2. Question 4
  3. Question 9
  4. Questions 2 and 5
  5. Question 10

WorkBook (WB)

WB Build-up

Pag. 98

Es. 1

  1. ‘m
  2. ‘re
  3. ‘s
  4. ‘re
  5. ‘s
  6. ‘re

Es. 2

  1. I’m not fifteen.
  2. You aren’t from Italy.
  3. He isn’t my

friend.

  1. The book isn’t very good.
  2. My brothers aren’t

into skateboarding.

  1. Jack and Alex aren’t at a football game.

Es. 3

  1. I
  2. He
  3. They
  4. We
  5. It
  6. You

Es. 4

  1. our
  2. his
  3. my
  4. Its
  5. Her
  6. Their

Es. 5

  1. Max’s
  2. My English and Italian teachers’
  3. Your dad’s
  4. The students’
  5. Ryan’s and Anna’s
  6. My two brothers’

Es. 6

  1. Are Alice and Sophie sixteen?
    Yes, they are.
  2. Is your laptop on your desk?
    No, it isn’t.
  3. Are we near your house?
    Yes, we are.
  4. Is your mum good at English?
    Yes, she is.
  5. Are you from Dublin?
    No, I’m not.

Es. 7

  1. c
  2. e
  3. a
  4. g
  5. f
  6. d
  7. b

Es. 8

  1. Who
  2. When
  3. Which
  4. Where
  5. How
  6. What
  7. Why

Pag. 99

Es. 9

  1. Those
  2. That
  3. These
  4. This
  5. those

Es. 10

  1. haven’t got
  2. ‘s got
  3. ‘ve got
  4. hasn’t got
  5. ‘ve got
  6. hasn’t got

Es. 11

  1. Have Liam and Jake got a laptop?
    Yes, they have.
  2. Has Maria got a tablet?
    Yes, she has.
  3. Have Liam and Jake got a tablet?
    No, they haven’t.
  4. Has Maria got a friend in London?
    No, she hasn’t.
  5. Have Liam and Jake got a friend in London?
    Yes, they have.

Es. 12

  1. a
  2. an
  3. some
  4. any
  5. any
  6. an
  7. any

Es. 13

  1. Are there; there’s
  2. Is there; there is
  3. Are there; there aren’t
  4. How many; There are
  5. Is there; there isn’t
  6. How many; There’s
  7. Are there; there are
  8. How many; There are

Es. 14

  1. her
  2. it
  3. them
  4. me
  5. him
  6. you

Pag. 100

Es. 1

  1. B
  2. E
  3. F
  4. C
  5. A
  6. D

Es. 2

  1. in
  2. into
  3. at
  4. not
  5. favourite
  6. good

Es. 3

Possible answers:
Andrea and Marco are good at music.
Gaia is into films.
Gabriele is interested in video games.
Sara and Pietro are into sport.
Matilde isn’t interested in the Internet.
Simone and Elisa aren’t into animals.

Es. 4

  1. F
  2. K
  3. H
  4. B
  5. J
  6. M
  7. E
  8. L
  9. O
  10. N
  11. P
  12. D
  13. Q
  14. S
  15. I
  16. G
  17. R
  18. A
  19. C

Pag. 101

Es. 5

  1. desk
  2. poster
  3. window
  4. board
  5. CD player
  6. exercise book
  7. rucksack
  8. tablet

Es. 6

  1. above
  2. in front of
  3. behind
  4. under
  5. on
  6. in
  7. opposite
  8. next to
  9. near
  10. between

Es. 7

Possible answers:
My chair is near the window.
The CD player is on a desk.
The door is between a poster and a shelf.
The board is opposite the clock.
Fabio’s pencil case is in his rucksack.

Es. 8

  1. nice
  2. boring
  3. interesting
  4. cheap
  5. slow
  6. unpopular
  7. old
  8. bad
  9. small

Es. 9

  1. new
  2. old
  3. fast
  4. big
  5. small
  6. good
  7. popular
  8. cheap

Es. 10

Possible answers:

  1. really nice
  2. quite interesting
  3. isn’t very old
  4. really boring
  5. isn’t very interesting
  6. very popular
  7. very expensive
  8. really fast

Es. 11

  1. D
  2. B
  3. A
  4. J
  5. I
  6. F
  7. G
  8. H
  9. E
  10. C
  11. K
  12. L

Es. 12

Possible answers:
I’ve got a purse.
I haven’t got a camera.
I’ve got money.
I’ve got keys.
I haven’t got a watch.
I’ve got a mobile phone.
My friend Chiara’s got sunglasses.
Luca and Matteo haven’t got earrings.
My friends Martina and Noemi have got ID cards.
My friend Leonardo’s got a wallet.
My friend Ricardo’s got a book.
My friend Aurora hasn’t got an MP3 player.

Es. 13

  1. mum
  2. dad
  3. grandma
  4. grandad

Es. 14

  1. mother; father
  2. aunt; uncle
  3. grandson; granddaughter
  4. brother; sister
  5. daughter; son
  6. grandmother; grandfather

Es. 15

Possible answers:

  1. An aunt is a mother’s sister or a father’s sister.
  2. A cousin is an aunt’s child or an uncle’s child.
  3. An uncle is a mother’s brother or a father’s brother.
  4. A grandson is a son’s son or a daughter’s son.
  5. A granddaughter is a son’s daughter or a daughter’s daughter.
  6. A grandfather is a mother’s father or a father’s father.

Pag. 104

Es. 1

  1. ‘m
  2. ‘s
  3. ‘s
  4. isn’t
  5. are
  6. aren’t
  7. are
  8. aren’t
  9. aren’t
  10. ‘m not

Es. 2

  1. Our
  2. It
  3. your
  4. They
  5. My
  6. His
  7. We
  8. Their

Es. 3

  1. They’re the teachers’ dictionaries.#It’s Luke’s clock.
  2. It’s Amy’s CD player.#They’re our friends’ rucksacks.
  3. It’s Zak’s pencil case.

Es. 4

  1. I am
  2. I’m not
  3. Is
  4. she isn’t
  5. Is
  6. it is
  7. Are
  8. they aren’t
  9. is
  10. it is

Pag. 105

Es. 5

Possible answers:

  1. Are you fifteen?
    Yes, I am./No, I’m not.
  2. Is your teacher from London?
    Yes, he/she is./No, he/she isn’t.
  3. Are your friends interested in video games?
    Yes, they are./No, they aren’t.
  4. Is your favourite pen in your bag?
    Yes, it is./No, it isn’t.
  5. Are you good at music?
    Yes, I am./No, I’m not.
  6. Is your home near your school?
    Yes, it is./No, it isn’t.

Es. 6

  1. What is; Beijing
  2. Who are; Frozen
  3. Where is; the USA
  4. Who is; tennis
  5. What is; dollar

Es. 7

  1. this
  2. This
  3. This
  4. those
  5. That
  6. That
  7. these
  8. This

Es. 8

  1. Has your brother got expensive sunglasses
    he has
  2. Have you got that new video game
    I haven’t
  3. Have we got English today
    we have
  4. Has she got her keys
    she hasn’t

Pag. 106

Es. 10

  1. a
  2. some
  3. any
  4. Some
  5. any
  6. an
  7. some
  8. a
  9. any

Es. 11

  1. How many chairs are there
    There’s one chair in my room.
  2. How many posters are there
    There aren’t any posters in my mum and dad’s room.
  3. How many windows are there
    There are four windows in the classroom.
  4. How many books are there
    There’s one book on my desk.
  5. How many tablets are there
    There are three tablets

Es. 12

  1. you
  2. me
  3. her
  4. it
  5. it
  6. them
  7. us
  8. him

Es. 1

  1. my
  2. They
  3. their
  4. her
  5. she
  6. his
  7. his
  8. he

Es. 2

Possible answers:
When’s your break?
It’s at 10.30. It isn’t at 11.00.
When’s Tom’s birthday?
It’s in March. It isn’t in October.
Where’s Cardiff?
It’s in Wales. It isn’t in Scotland.
What’s in your bag?
There’s a pencil case. There isn’t a laptop.
Who’s got a tablet?
Dad’s got a tablet. My sister hasn’t got a tablet.
Who’s your favourite musician?
It’s Jovanotti. It isn’t Ligabue.
Where’s Gemma’s rucksack?
It’s under her desk. It isn’t on her chair.
Who’s got Gemma’s rucksack?
I’ve got Gemma’s rucksack. Gemma hasn’t got her rucksack.

Es. 3

Possible answers:
I’ve got some new earrings.
My sister hasn’t got any interesting earrings.
I’ve got an old camera.
Davide hasn’t got a good camera.
I’ve got a nice big purse.
My grandmother hasn’t got a new purse.
I haven’t got an expensive wallet.
Adriana’s got a small wallet.
I’ve got some cheap sunglasses
My brother hasn’t got expensive sunglasses.
I haven’t got a nice new wallet.
Grandad’s got a very old watch.

Pag. 107

Es. 1

  1. ‘m
  2. ‘s
  3. good
  4. photography
  5. She
  6. into
  7. Her
  8. are
  9. I
  10. ‘re
  11. Their
  12. they
  13. at
  14. interested

Es. 2

  1. Is; Yes, it is.
  2. Is; No, it isn’t.
  3. Are; Yes, they are.
  4. Is; Yes, it is.
  5. Is; No, it isn’t.
  6. Is; No, it isn’t.
  7. Are; No, they aren’t.

Es. 3


Possible answers:
Where’s the tablet?
It’s in the rucksack.
Where are the speakers?
They’re on the desk.
Where’s the exercise book?
It’s on the shelf.
Where’s the window?
It’s next to the shelf.
Where’s the rucksack?
It’s under the chair.
Where are the pencils?
They’re in the pencil case.

Es. 4

  1. Have
  2. ‘ve
  3. expensive
  4. big
  5. cameras
  6. This
  7. popular
  8. got
  9. camera
  10. has
  11. haven’t
  12. wallet

Es. 5

  1. any
  2. sister
  3. husband
  4. there are
  5. there’s
  6. cousins
  7. some
  8. them
  9. an
  10. a
  11. me


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