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SUMMER FUN 2 Answer Key

B Burlington Books

Anna Ellis Linda Marks

SUMMER FUN 2 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.

IH-006-868 Copyright © 2009 Burlington Books

Contents Unit

Title

Page

1

Sand, Sea and Sun

4

2

The London Triathlon

5

3

Summer in Alaska

7

4

Viking Splash Tours

9

5

A Jungle Adventure in Mexico

10

6

Aillwee Cave, Ireland

12

7

Space Camp

14

8

Glasto

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9

Diamond Treasure Hunt

17

E 1. an

Unit 1



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1. volcano 2. beach 3. forest 4. mountain

F 1. b

2. sand sculpting 3. free

D 1. spring

2. winter

4. professionals 5. fun 6. photo 3. autumn 4. summer

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Grammar

2. am not 3. Is

B 1. have got

2. hasn’t got 3. has got

C 1. am

2. is 3. has got

D 1. child

2. men 3. people 4. foot 5. mouse

4. c

5. a

6. b

4. There aren’t 5. There is

No, there aren’t. 2. Is there any free popcorn on Friday? No, there isn’t. 3. Is there a windsurfing competition on Monday? Yes, there is. 4. Is there an exciting boat race on Thursday? Yes, there is. 5. Are there any sand sculpting lessons on Friday? No, there aren’t.

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A 1. is

2. There isn’t 3. There are

3. c

H 1. Are there any activities on Wednesday?

5. island 6. desert 7. lake 8. peninsula

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2. b

G 1. There is

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C 1. Washington State, USA

2. a 3. some 4. an

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5. a 6. some 7. some

1. How many 2. much 3. many

4. much 5. much

Page 8 4. is 5. Are 6. are

Listening

Mark:

Hi, is this the kayaking school? Greg: Yes, it is. How can I help you? Mark: Well, my name is Mark and I read about your kayaking school on the Internet. I really want to learn how to kayak. Greg: Do you know how to kayak at all? Mark: Not really. I need to learn the basics. Greg: That’s not a problem. We’ve got a beginners’ class. Mark: How long does it take to learn how to kayak? Greg: You can learn the basics in just a few days. Mark: That’s great, because I’m only staying on Long Beach Peninsula for the summer. When can I start? >>>

4. has got 5. haven’t got 4. haven’t got 5. are 6. have got 6. women 7. teeth 8. fish 9. knife 10. fruit



Greg: Do you want to start tomorrow? We’ve

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got kayaking lessons every day at Willapa Bay. Mark: Where’s Willapa Bay? Greg: Oh, it’s right here at Long Beach. Mark: That sounds perfect! Greg: OK, there’s a lesson at 10 o’clock tomorrow morning. It’s a good idea to get here 15 minutes before the lesson starts. Mark: Do I need any equipment? Greg: Don’t worry. We give you everything you need. Now, I need your name and phone number and some other details……

A 1. c

2. b

3. a

4. c

Test Yourself Vocabulary

A

A 1. Welcome to 2. My name is 3. this is 4. nice to meet 5. happy to meet you

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Seasons

island

summer

peninsula

spring

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winter

desert

autumn

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Dictation

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2. tooth 3. person 4. woman

Geographical terms 1. beach 2. desert 3. forest 4. island 5. mountain 6. volcano 5. fish 6. man 7. feet

8. mice 9. knives 10. fruit

Grammar

C 1. There are

volcano

2. Is there

3. There is 4. Are there

D 1. isn’t

river lake



d e

Seasons 1. spring 2. summer 3. autumn 4. winter

5. b

Dialogue

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mountain

E 1. have got

Writing



2. Is

F 1. How many



Quick Check 1. hurry up! 2. this is kate anderson. She and i are good friends. 3. Willapa Bay is at long Beach.



4. have got 5. haven’t got

2. has got 3. am

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2. any

5. There aren’t

3. hasn’t got 4. am not

5. are

3. an 4. the

5. much

Unit 2 Page 12

B Possible answer

A 1. horse riding

Tiffany Beach is a great place for a holiday. There are many things to do. There is surfing and dolphin shows. There are also sand sculpting lessons for all ages. There are chairs and sun umbrellas for hire. There is a café on the beach. It’s a fun place.



2. high jumping 3. skateboarding 4. running

5. cycling 6. swimming 7. water-skiing 8. snorkelling

B swimming, cycling and running 

H 1. us

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C 1. c

2. b

D 1. f

2. a

3. b

4. a

3. c 4. h

5. a

5. b 6. g

6. b



7. d 8. e

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Secretary: Good morning, this is the London triathlon office. Can I help you? Larry: Good morning, my name is Larry Dean. I want to participate in the triathlon. I love running and cycling but I hate swimming. Also, I don’t want to be in a team. Can I participate? Secretary: Well, not in the triathlon, but we’ve got something called the duathlon. Larry: Really! What’s that? Secretary: The duathlon has got only two activities – running and cycling. Larry: Great! When is it? Secretary: The triathlon is on the first weekend in August and the duathlon event is on that Sunday. Larry: How can I register? Secretary: You can come to the office or complete the form on our website. Larry: And how do I pay? Secretary: You can pay by credit card. Larry: That’s great. Thanks for the information. Bye. Secretary: You’re welcome. Bye.

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Grammar

2. plays

B 1. swims

2. runs 3. throws 4. studies

C 1. participate

2. come

3. walk 4. lives 5. rides 6. washes 7. wears

5. train 6. clean 8. likes 9. watches 10. does

3. take 4. don’t do

5. don’t wear 6. gets

D 1. I read in bed every night.

2. My mother usually eats healthy food. 3. My friends often play football. 4. I sometimes wash the dishes. 5. Linda exercises at the gym every morning. 6. My brother and I always run in the park.

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E 1. Do athletes want to improve their speed?

Yes, they do. 2. What do athletes rub on themselves? They rub oil. 3. Does oil help athletes improve speed? Yes, it does. 4. Do athletes wear wetsuits? Yes, they do.

A 1. F A 1. e

3. T

4. F

5. F

6. T

2. a

3. c

4. d

5. b

Dictation

A 1. read

2. Ben dislikes washing dishes. 3. Cindy hates cycling. 4. Derek likes running. 5. Ron and Ellen hate running.



2. cycle 3. do 4. brush

B 1. walk

G 1. Do you see him at the gym every day?

2. T

Dialogue

F 1. Cindy and Kate love listening to music.

2. me

5. you

Listening

E Accept all logical answers.

A 1. love

3. him 4. them



2. I’ve got it here. 3. Tell him to take them for a run. 4. Tell her to call him. 5. Can you help us train?



2. listen 3. brush 4. read

5. wash 6. play 7. clean

8. listen 9. swim 10. walk

5. play 6. do 7. swim

8. wash 9. clean 10. cycle

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Unit 3

Writing

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Quick Check



1. Rodney swims, cycles and runs. 2. Are you in a team? 3. I hate swimming. (!)

A 1. b

2. c

C 1. Alaska

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clean my room

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5. rest



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2. working 3. shining

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small dark new old fast dry hot low

4. sitting 5. swimming

2. is snowing 3. is walking 4. are playing 5. am not going 2. is sailing 3. am sending 4. are cycling 5. is fishing

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

6. fur 7. orca whales

6. riding 7. eating

6. are climbing 7. is flying 8. are having 9. aren’t staying 10. am leaving 6. is holding 7. am not fishing 8. am taking 9. Are … having

Yes, he is. 2. Are the people walking across the glacier? Yes, they are. 3. Is the boy sleeping in a hotel? No, he isn’t. 4. Are the teenagers sailing on the lake? No, they aren’t.

2. Do Cathy and Tony usually run in the morning? 3. Harry doesn’t listen to music every evening. 4. We always have lunch together. 5. Rachel never runs in the rain.

E 1.

6. a

D 1. Is the man fishing in the ice?

D 1. Natalie always watches TV on Saturday.

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Grammar

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A 1. flying

6. snorkelling 7. water-skiing 8. clean my room 9. cycling 10. High jumping

C 1. go

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Grammar listen to music

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snorkelling

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Vocabulary Sports activities

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Test Yourself

4. mushing 5. cold

2. Glacier 3. 10,000

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2. walk to school 3. listen to music 4. read a book 5. horse riding

5. f

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Patrick and Fran always participate in the triathlon. Patrick usually starts training three months before the race. Fran starts training five months before the race. Patrick cycles 30 kilometres five times a week and Fran swims two kilometres three times a week. Patrick eats rice, fish, cheese, apples and bananas and drinks orange juice and water. Fran eats chicken, brown bread, oranges and tomatoes and drinks milk and water.



4. e

B sunny

B Possible answer

B 1. brush my teeth

3. d

5. him



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E 1. am writing

2. am sitting 3. is shining 4. shines

F 1. is cleaning

2. go 3. swim

G 1. are sailing

2. Do … have 3. loves

H 1. Are … looking

2. Do … like 3. plan

Michael: Mmm .......... Which sport is the most popular in Alaska? Linda: Oh! I’m not sure ... Skiing? Skating? Michael: Sorry. It’s dog mushing! Linda: Oh, right, dog mushing. I’m not doing very well, am I? Michael: No, not great. You’ve got some more work to do! Linda: No TV tonight … .

5. loves 6. goes 7. is staying 8. visit 4. is raining 5. aren’t playing 6. takes

A 1. c

4. am standing 5. wants 6. are … wearing

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

Dialogue

A 1. Do you like

4. is offering 5. Do … want 6. are waiting



2. Not really 3. I hate

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Dictation

Listening

A 1. light

Linda: I’m getting ready for the trivia game at school tomorrow, Michael. Do you want to help me? Michael: OK, Linda. What do I have to do? Linda: Well, ask me questions about Alaska from this list. Michael: OK. What’s the capital city of Alaska? Linda: Oh, that’s easy! Juneau. Michael: And why is Juneau special? Linda: Umm … because it’s the capital of Alaska? Michael: That’s a silly answer! It’s special because you can only get there by plane or boat. Linda: Oh! I didn’t know that. Michael: OK. How many lakes are there in Alaska? Linda: I know that one. More than 3 million! Ask me a hard question now. Michael: Hard ... mmm ... How far is Alaska from Russia? Linda: Wait, I know this, umm … Alaska is about five kilometres from Russia! Michael: You’re right! Wow! Alaska and Russia are really close to each other! Linda: OK, one more question, Michael. Then I have to go home. >>>

4. my favourite 5. I prefer

5. young 6. high 7. small

2. wet 3. dark 4. dry

B 1. light – dark

8. old 9. big 10. low

4. high – low 5. small – big

2. wet – dry 3. young – old

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Writing

Quick Check 1. He hasn’t got skis. 2. The Inuit eat fish. 3. We are flying to England.

B 1. I am watching whales.

2. The huskies are pulling a sledge. 3. My family is riding in a raft. 4. I am cycling on the ice.

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Test Yourself Vocabulary

A 1. e

2. c

B 1. fast



2. cold

3. g 4. h 3. old 4. light

5. a 6. d

7. b 8. f 5. high 6. wet

E 1. arrived

Grammar

C 1. swim

2. doesn’t shine 3. are preparing

D 1. swim



4. don’t ride 5. Are they flying

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4. Are … having 5. eat

2. am not taking 3. prefer

F 1. Where did the first Vikings come from?

E 1. Is it snowing outside now?

2. Do you usually eat fish? 3. Is he skating at the moment? 4. Are you preparing for the trip right now? 5. Does she visit interesting places every year?



A Accept all logical answers. B 2, 3 and 5



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

2. h

3. f 4. a

5. d 6. j

7. b 8. i



9. e 10. g

Grammar

A 1. liked 2. talked 3. tried 4. shouted 5. planned 6. saved

B 1. learned

2. worked 3. studied

C 1. stood

2. made 3. drove 4. wrote

D 1. wrote

2. felt

2. There was a special day for Queen Victoria. 3. There were 20,000 people at the zoo on one day. 4. There weren’t any tea rooms at the zoo before 1898. 5. There wasn’t any food for the lions and tigers.

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2. there was 3. There were

4. there weren’t 5. there was 6. there wasn’t

H 1. There wasn’t a zoo in Dublin before 1830.

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D 1. c

2. When did they arrive in Ireland? 3. How did they get to Ireland? 4. Did the Irish like the Vikings? 5. Did the Irish fight the Vikings?

G 1. there were

Unit 4

C 1. F

2. visited 3. didn’t take 4. forgot

5. went 6. didn’t want 7. had

1. Was there; No, there wasn’t. 2. Were there; Yes, there were. 3. Was there; Yes, there was. 4. Were there; Yes, there were. 5. Was there; Yes, there was.

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Listening

7. cried 8. shopped 9. sailed 10. wanted 11. carried 12. listened

Tour Agent: Good afternoon, Dublin Tours, how can I help you? Jean: Hi, my name is Jean Ryan and I was on the Dublin tour bus this morning. Tour Agent: Was there a problem? Did you enjoy the tour? Jean: I enjoyed it very much, but I left my bag on the bus and I need it back. Tour Agent: Well, let me see if I can help you. What time did you get on the bus? Jean: I got on the bus at 10.00 this morning. The driver said we were the first group. Tour agent: And where did you get on the bus?

4. stopped 5. cooked 6. chatted 5. went 6. told 7. saw

8. sent 9. felt 10. began

3. told 4. drove

5. sent 6. saw

>>>





Tour Tour

T our Tour



A 1. Dublin Tours 3. morning

B Possible answer

Jean: I got on at Grafton Street. A lot of other people got on the bus with me. Agent: Do you remember where you sat on the bus? Jean: Of course! I sat at the back, near a window. Agent: Well, that helps. Now, can you describe the bag? Jean: Yes, it’s a big red bag and it says “Ireland” on it. It’s my favourite bag. Agent: Mmm..... Was it on the seat? Jean: No, I think I left it under my seat. Agent: OK, give me your phone number. I’ll talk to the driver and call you back. I hope we find your bag. Jean: I hope so, too. My number is 0973362121. Thanks.

2. bag

4. back

Yesterday, my class visited a park called Sunny Gardens. It was a beautiful day but there weren’t many people there. There were beautiful flowers. We walked in the park and saw birds and ducks. We had a great day. Page 35

Test Yourself Vocabulary

A 1. helicopter, plane

B 1. church



C 1. there were

5. big 6. under



Dictation

A Air

bus

plane

bicycle

helicopter

2. didn’t finish 3. stood

4. went 5. arrived

2. Was there a boat on the lake? 3. Did the Vikings wear hats? 4. Were there Viking warriors on the bus? 5. Did Louise come from Manchester?

boat

answers.

Unit 5

lorry

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motorbike

A 1. rope

train



taxi

2. platform 3. underground

4. cable 5. bridge

C 1. In the Jungle Park.

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Writing Quick Check 1. because

4. There was 5. there were

F A ccept all logical and grammatically correct

Water

car



5. statue

E 1. Did you see a castle?

Land

2. There weren’t 3. There wasn’t

D 1. drove

4. Was it 5. Were there

2. There was 3. really want

2. warriors

3. river 4. tour

Grammar

Dialogue

A 1. what did you do

2. lorry

3. boat 4. bicycle

2. By walking over a bridge. 3. They use ropes and platforms.

Page 37 4. They jump into a cenote. 5. In Mexico.

2. and

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D Adjectives:

1. scary 2. long 3. small, cute



1. e

G 1. No, it isn’t. 4. tall 5. hot, cool

2. a

3. b

E 1. adventurous

4. c



5. d

4. safe 5. exciting

2. relaxing 3. expensive

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Listening

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Lyn: Stephanie! You’re back! How was your trip? Steph: Hi, Lyn! It was wonderful! I love Mexico. It’s the most beautiful place in the world. We went to this great place called Chichén Itzá. Lyn: Chicken what? Steph: Not chicken .... Chichén Itzá. It’s a famous place in Yucatan. Lyn: I thought you were in Mexico. Steph: I was! Yucatan is a state in Mexico. The Mayan people built amazing pyramids in Chichén Itzá. Lyn: Who were the Mayan people? Steph: They were one of the oldest civilisations in the world. Lyn: Really? I didn’t know there were pyramids in Mexico. I thought the pyramids were in Egypt. Steph: Lyn, don’t you ever listen in geography lessons? We learnt about the Mayans and the pyramids! Lyn: Well, you know – it’s so boring. So, how old are the pyramids? Steph: They’re more than 1,500 years old! Lyn: That’s very old! Are they big? Steph: Yes. The largest pyramid is called Kukulkan and it’s got 365 steps. Lyn: One for each day of the year! It sounds like an amazing place. Steph: Yeah, it is.

Grammar

A Adjective

Comparative

Superlative

1. tall

taller than

the tallest

2. cute

cuter than

the cutest

3. scary

scarier than

the scariest

4. safe

safer than

the safest

5. long

longer than

the longest

6. small

smaller than

the smallest

7. cool

cooler than

the coolest

8. expensive

10. relaxing

more expensive than more adventurous than more relaxing than

the most expensive the most adventurous the most relaxing

11. bad

worse than

the worst

9. adventurous

B 1. An elephant is fatter than a monkey.

2. A 3. A 4. A 5. A

crocodile is scarier than a frog. gorilla is bigger than a monkey. parrot is more colourful than a bat. snake is more dangerous than a mouse.

C 1. greener than

2. drier than 3. smaller than 4. colder than

D 1. hotter than

2. greener than 3. the bluest

5. busier than 6. quieter than 7. safer than 8. bigger than 4. more adventurous than 5. the tallest

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E 1. Mexico City

2. England 3. Mexico

4. Mexico 5. Spring, autumn

A 1. b

2. c

3. a

4. a

5. b

6. b

Dialogue

F 1. Mexico City

2. No, it isn’t. 3. Yes, it is. 4. Accept all correct answers. 5. Accept all correct answers. 6. Accept all correct answers.

4. Mexico 2. Accept all answers. 5. England 3. Japan

A 1. is an exciting

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2. a very big 3. It’s the biggest

4. it’s beautiful 5. It was perfect

D 1. the most beautiful

Dictation

A 1. boring

2. safe 3. tall 4. expensive 5. relaxing

6. the most famous 2. younger than 7. drier than 3. the prettiest 8. thinner than 4. more adventurous 9. the shortest than 10. darker than 5. tastier than

6. exciting 7. adventurous 8. cute 9. cool 10. scary

B 3, 8

Unit 6

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Writing

A 1. ground



Quick Check



1. on 2. in 3. at



2. bear 3. waterfall

4. cave 5. rock 6. bones

B A ccept all logical answers. C 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 8

B Possible answer Acapulco is one of the most exciting cities in Mexico. It has got great weather and beautiful beaches. There are many restaurants with excellent food. The sea is clean and blue and there are colourful fish.

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Test Yourself

Grammar

Vocabulary

A 1. is going to sleep

A 1. cool

2. an exciting 3. cute 4. boring 5. safe

D 1. d

2. platform 3. rope

2. a

E 1. opposite



6. tall 7. adventurous 8. relaxing 9. scary 10. expensive

B 1. bridge

7. hill 8. stream

2. behind

3. b

3. under 4. next to

4. cables 5. underground

5. e

6. c

5. on 7. in 6. between

4. are going to take 2. am going to swim 5. isn’t going to play 3. aren’t going to listen

B 1. are going to swim

4. f

2. isn’t going to sail 3. are going to walk

4. isn’t going to play 5. are going to ride

C 1. No, he isn’t. He’s going to visit Aillwee Cave.

Grammar

C 1. the most popular 2. more expensive than 3. the best 4. shorter than 5. the most difficult 6. bigger than 7. the worst 8. the prettiest 9. the most exciting 10. heavier than

2. He is going to listen to music in Doolin. 3. No, he isn’t. He’s going to play golf. 4. He’s going to meet Alice. 5. Yes, they are.

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D 1. Are you going to shop in Ennis?

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2. Is the boat going to take us to Limerick? 3. Am I going to work at the festival? 4. Is he going to teach the tourists Irish dancing? 5. Are we going to visit an old castle in County Clare?

E 1. am going to have

2. am going to invite 3. am not going to invite 4. are … going to eat 5. are going to have 6. aren’t going to buy 7. is going to make 8. is going to be

F 1. are riding

tell the truth. So the man put a red scarf in the tree and went home to get a rope to help him climb the tree. Sandy: So what happened? Brad: The man returned and saw hundreds of red scarves in all the trees! The leprechaun did it. Sandy: Ha ha ha – that’s good. Well, have a great time in Thurles and I hope you see a leprechaun! Brad: Thanks – talk to you soon, Bye! Sandy: OK - Bye.

2. are going

3. is swimming 4. is playing

G 1. I am not playing sport.

2. I am not going swimming. 3. I am not running in the park. 4. I am sleeping all day!

A 1. b

3. a

4. a

5. b

Dialogue

H 1. Where are you going tomorrow?

2. c

A 1. are going on

2. What is he doing later? 3. Where am I sitting in the next lesson? 4. When are the boys coming home?



2. staying home 3. going to do

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Dictation

Listening

A 1. ground

Sandy: Hi, Brad. How’s Ireland? Brad: Fantastic. Tomorrow we’re going to go to Thurles because we want to see leprechauns! Lots of people in Ireland go to Thurles to see leprechauns. Sandy: To see … what? Lepri …. Brad: Leprechauns --- “little people”. They’re very small and can sit on your shoulder. They wear green jackets and trousers and green shoes. Leprechauns usually hide so you can’t see them. Sandy: Why do they hide? Brad: Because every leprechaun has got a pot of gold. Many people want to catch a leprechaun and take the gold. Sandy: Did anyone ever find a pot of gold? Brad: No. Leprechauns always trick people. Yesterday I heard this story about leprechauns. A man caught a leprechaun in his garden. The man said, “Where is your gold?” The leprechaun said, “High up in that tree.” The man knew it was true because leprechauns must always >>>

6. bone 7. waterfall 8. stream 9. under 10. behind

2. hill 3. cave 4. opposite 5. bear

B 6. a

2. b

4. having a party 5. Good idea

1. c

4. d

5. e 10. f

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Writing

Quick Check 1. b – First

2. c – Then

3. a – Finally

B Possible answer Dear Amy, I arrived on the Isle of Wight this morning. First, I’m going on a boat ride on the sea. Then I’m going to go horse riding. Finally, I’m going fishing. There is great fishing here. I hope it doesn’t rain! Talk to you soon, Jane

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Test Yourself

D 1. camp

Vocabulary



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2. hill

A 1. will be



D 1. will fly – c

2. Is Gary going to watch TV later? 3. Are they going to walk to the cave? 4. Is she going to chat on the Internet? 5. Is Jim going to buy tickets for the concert? 2. are going 3. are arriving



4. c

4. will have 5. register 6. will give

5. b

6. d

7. will give 8. call

Listening

2. space shuttle 3. Earth 4. solar system 2. M

2. like 3. enjoy

3. f

4. joins – e 5. will visit – a 6. come – b

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A 1. moon



2. a

F 1. will love

4. Are … coming 5. isn’t playing

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B 1. N

2. will enjoy – d 3. go – f

E 1. e

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2. When will robots do all the jobs in the house? 3. Will people live in space? 4. Will aliens live on Earth? 5. What will every family have? 6. Will you be an astronaut when you grow up?

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D 1. Are you going to explore the Burren?



5. will travel

C 1. Will everyone in the world speak English?

2. am going to wear 3. are going to play 4. is going to listen 5. aren’t going to cook

E 1. am leaving

2. will fly

3. will visit 4. will find

B Accept all answers.

5. cave

C 1. aren’t going to visit



2. astronaut 3. satellite 4. gravity

Grammar

Grammar

5. planet 6. atmosphere 7. telescope 8. Mars

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3. opposite 4. stream

5. rockets 6. scientists

5. gravity 6. science 7. satellite 8. telescope

2. planet 3. atmosphere 4. Mars

F 1. science

o b z

Nature bear cave ground hill stream waterfall

B 1. bones



r

t

3. astronauts 4. Mars

E 1. astronaut

b

s

2. rocket

3. N 4. N

Interviewer: Hello, this is Steve Foley with two hours of good music and interesting interviews. Today, my first guest is Professor Theo Dillon, an expert on space travel. Good morning, Professor Dillon. >>>

5. rocket 6. stars 7. planet 8. astronaut 5. M 6. N

7. N 8. M

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B 4. a



Prof: Good morning, Steve. Please, call me Theo! Interviewer: OK, Theo. Most people think only astronauts can travel to space, but that’s not true, is it? Prof: No, in the future, there will be space tourists. If you have enough money, you’ll be able to travel to space. Interviewer: How much will a ticket to space cost? Prof: Well, at the moment, a ticket for a seat on Space Shuttle Two costs $200,000. Interviewer: Wow! That’s a very expensive ticket! Prof: Yes, it certainly is! The Space Shuttle’s first trip will be in about five years, but they haven’t got an exact date yet. Interviewer: How long will the trip to space be? Prof: Only about five minutes, I’m afraid. The space shuttle will travel 100 kilometres above Earth and it will stay there for five minutes. Then it will return. Interviewer: So space tourists won’t visit Mars or go to the moon? Prof: No, the trip will be short but very, very expensive! Interviewer: Well, listeners, if you want to travel to space, start saving now! Thanks for being with us, Theo! Prof: Thank you for having me on your show, Steve.

A 1. F

2. T

3. F

4. T



2. will we build 3. if you follow



2. telescope 3. moon 4. Earth

6. d

1. e

Writing

Quick Check 1. We

2. It

B Possible answer  I think it will be exciting to go to adventure camp this summer. I will learn how to use a map and I will go hiking. I will go rock climbing in the mountains and I will feel adventurous. If it doesn’t rain, I will go canoeing on the lake and camping in the forest. Page 59

Test Yourself Vocabulary

A 1. telescope

2. science

3. gravity 4. space shuttle

B 1. space shuttle 3. Earth

2. science

C 1.

S ..... t l 2. p ..... s 3. a .....

5. Earth 5. telescope

4. Gravity a ..... a .....

r ..... n .....

s ..... e ..... t ..... o ..... n ..... u ..... t t ..... r ..... a ..... ..... e ..... t r ..... o c ..... k ..... 4. ..... s ..... p ..... r ..... e m ..... h e ..... a ..... t ..... o ..... 5. ..... s ..... p ..... c ..... a ..... e . The hidden word is .....

Grammar

D 1. will travel

5. F

2. will pay 3. won’t be

4. won’t rain 5. won’t want

E 1. Will we / you see Tom later?

4. I don’t think 5. Will



Dictation

A 1. astronaut

9. c

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Dialogue

A 1. open the box

8. b

2. Will Sheila come to the film this evening? 3. Will they study before dinner? 4. Will you phone me in the evening? 5. Who will teach English next year?

F 1. look

5. planet 8. satellite 6. space shuttle 9. rocket 7. science 10. stars



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2. won’t become 3. won’t travel

4. will love 5. saves

C 1. Were Kate and Liam listening to music?

Unit 8

Yes, they were. 2. Was Tom selling ice cream? No, he wasn’t. 3. Were Dan and Ben drinking coffee? No, they weren’t. 4. Were the girls giving flowers to people? Yes, they were. 5. Was the singer singing on stage? Yes, he was.

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A 1. jeans

5. dress 6. belt 7. platform shoes 8. skirt

2. hat 3. T-shirt 4. trousers

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C 1. She talked to people.

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2. jeans, funny hats, T-shirts and ponchos 3. It started to rain. 4. They danced in the rain. 5. Yes, she did.

D 1. while

FACT FILE Year: 1970



Pilton Festival ……………………….................

Name of festival:



1,500 Number of people: ………………………................. £1 ……………………….................

Price of ticket:

platform shoes Favourite footwear: ……………………….................

c

FACT FILE Year: 2007 Name of band(s):



Number of people: 177,500 ……………………….................

boots Favourite footwear: ……………………….................

E 1. jacket

2. boots

3. suit 4. sandals



1. b

3. d

2. f

4. c

5. poncho 6. coat 5. e

6. a

Grammar

2. was wearing 3. were listening

B 1. were playing

2. were doing 3. was listening

6. was performing 7. broke 8. saw 9. were singing 10. didn’t win

2. the cat was eating (the chicken). 3. the teacher entered. 4. the(ir) mother was talking (on the phone). 5. the girls were singing.

Listening

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A 1. were playing

5. loved 6. didn’t stop 7. was singing 8. promised

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£145 ……………………….................

Price of ticket:

2. worked 3. were planning 4. were preparing 5. didn’t want

5. While 6. When

G 1. people were sleeping.

Glasto Festival ………………………................. Arctic Monkeys, The Who ……………………….................

Name of festival:

2. was shining 3. were performing 4. were dancing

F 1. had

T-Rex ……………………….................

Name of band(s):

3. when 4. while

E 1. was listening

h

D

2. when

4. was dancing 5. were waiting 6. were singing 4. was talking 5. weren’t wearing

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Brian: Hi, Emily. How was your summer? Did you do anything special? Emily: Hi, Brian. Yes, I had a wonderful summer! I went to the Edinburgh International Festival in Scotland. Brian: Really? That sounds like fun! It’s a music festival, isn’t it? Emily: It’s more than just a music festival, Brian. It’s got theatre, dance and a lot of other cultural activities. Brian: How long were you at the festival? Emily: The festival was from 10th August till 2nd September, but I only went for the first five days. >>>

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Brian: So, what kinds of performances did you see? Emily: Oh, all kinds. I went to a rock concert and I also saw a modern dance performance. They were both fantastic, but I liked the dance performance better. Brian: What else did you go to? Emily: Well, I love dance so I went to see the Scottish ballet and they were amazing. I wasn’t sure I’d like ballet – but I did! Brian: Was it your first visit to Scotland? Emily: Yes, it was, and Edinburgh is a beautiful city. Brian: How much of Edinburgh did you see? Emily: I saw some of it, but I didn’t have time to see a lot. Part of the festival was in a building called the Hub and that’s right next to Edinburgh Castle, so I visited the castle twice. Brian: Well, Emily, it sounds like you had a great time. Emily: I really did! And how was your summer, Brian? Brian: Oh, I broke my leg while I was playing football, so I couldn’t go anywhere. Emily: Oh, that’s a shame, Brian! I’m glad you’re better now. Let’s hurry, we’ve got a lesson ... .

A 1.

F

2. T

3. F

4. F

5. T

6. T

Writing

2. jeans 3. T-shirt 4. skirt

2. them

3. it

Test Yourself Vocabulary

A 1. hat

4. coat 5. dress

2. boots 3. platform shoes

B 1. T-shirt 2. jacket

3. suit 4. sandals

5. trousers

Grammar

C 1. were waiting

7. F

4. were standing 5. were playing

2. was giving 3. wasn’t wearing

D 1. What were you doing at 12 o’clock?

2. Who was singing in the big tent? 3. What were they selling at the festival? 4. Were you wearing boots? 5. Was the sun shining at Glastonbury?

E 1. was listening

Dictation

1. her

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2. so much fun 3. were singing 4. were there 5. You won’t believe it

5. sandals 6. coat 7. boots



I returned from the Green Man Festival last night. It’s the best festival in Wales. The festival went on for three days. There were great bands. On the first night, Robert Plant was performing in the main tent. All the people were clapping and singing. The next day, I went to see The Strange Sensations. They were fantastic! I really enjoyed those three days.

A 1. the biggest rock festival

A 1. jacket

Quick Check

B P ossible answer

Dialogue





8. belt 9. platform shoes 10. dress

4. was working 5. stopped

2. bought 3. started

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B 1, 6, 7

A 1. e

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2. a

3. b

4. c

5. d

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C 1. T

3. F 4. F

2. F

D 1. guilty

Listening

7. F 8. F

Teacher: Good morning, everyone. Welcome to our yearly treasure hunt. This year, our treasure is very special. But of course, I won’t tell you what it is. You’ll have to find it and see for yourself! But first, let me explain the rules of the treasure hunt. Kyle: Where’s the map? Teacher: I’m going to explain everything, Kyle. You can work in pairs and each pair gets a map. There are clues on the map. You should read the clues very carefully. Laura: What if we don’t understand a clue? Can we ask for help? Teacher: No, you can’t, Laura. Each pair must work alone. You mustn’t talk to anyone else while you’re on the treasure hunt. Do you understand? Sandy: We understand, but what if someone calls on our mobile phones? Teacher: You mustn’t take your mobile phones, Sandy! It’s not allowed! Now, you must follow the clues and try to find the treasure in three hours. You can’t have more than three hours to look for the treasure. When you solve a clue, there’ll be another clue to help you find the treasure. You must solve ALL the clues to find the treasure. Brad: What should we do if we find the treasure? Teacher: I’m going to give each pair a bell. If you find the treasure, you should ring your bell very loudly, like this. I’ll come to you. Are you ready? Here are maps and bells. Each pair should have a pen and paper. Is everybody ready? Can we start now? Whole group: Yes! Teacher: Right then, have fun and good luck!

4. lonely 5. excited

2. worried 3. embarrassed

E 1. guilty

5. T 6. T

3. lonely 4. proud

2. angry

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Grammar

A 1. can

2. can’t

B 1. could

2. couldn’t

C 1. should

2. should

3. can 4. can

5. can’t

3. can’t 4. can

5. can

3. should 4. shouldn’t

5. should 6. shouldn’t

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D 1. You mustn’t smoke here.

2. You 3. You 4. You 5. You 6. You

mustn’t park on this street. must cross at the lights. mustn’t walk on the grass. must turn off your mobile phone. must be quiet.



1. a

2. d

E 1. must

2. can

3. f

4. e

3. should 4. shouldn’t

5. c

6. b

5. shouldn’t

F Possible answers 1. Can I watch animals? Yes, you can. 2. Should I take a camera? Yes, you should. 3. Can I see a Masai village? Yes, you can. 4. Can I sleep outside? No, you can’t. 5. Should I pack warm clothes? No, you shouldn’t. 6. Should I take a raincoat? Yes, you should.

A 1. b

G Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

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2. a

3. c

4. b

5. b

6. c

Dialogue

Grammar

A 1. Let’s go

C 1. Can

4. must make 5. I think we should

2. can we go 3. That’s a good idea





B 1. a

2. e

Yes, you should. 2. Can we visit you after 4 o’clock? No, you can’t. 3. Should we take money? Yes, you should. 4. Could you answer all the questions in the test? No, I couldn’t. 5. Can Harry make a campfire? Yes, he can.

6. tools 7. bucket 8. treasure hunt 9. disappointed 10. proud

2. diamonds 3. guilty 4. spade 5. lonely 3. c 5. d

6. b 7. f

8. g 10. h

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E 1. couldn’t

Writing

Quick Check



1. Before

2. After

3. Later

B P ossible answer Hi Tom, How are you? The Swiss Alps were great. In summer, it can get very cold at night, so you should bring a sleeping bag. During the day, the sun is strong, so you must take sunscreen and a sunhat. You shouldn’t forget your camera to take pictures of the forests, the waterfalls and the lakes. I’m sure you’ll have a wonderful time. Call me when you get back. Jim Page 75

Test Yourself Vocabulary

A 1. proud

2. popular 3. disappointed

B 1. tools

2. treasure hunt 3. angry

5. couldn’t

D 1. Should I wear warm clothes?

Dictation

A 1. afraid

2. mustn’t

3. should 4. Could

4. embarrassed 5. afraid 4. spade 5. diamond

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2. can 3. shouldn’t

4. must 5. mustn’t

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