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Answer Key

JETSTREAM Elementary Workbook - Volume A

Introduction Unit 1
1 02 A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O,
P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Lesson 1
1 1 Asia 2 North America 3 Africa
3 1 Hannah Thorpe 2 Samuel Smith 4 South America 5 Europe
3 Ahmet Diaz
2 1 Brazil 2 the UK 3 South Africa 4 Spain
Transcript 03 5 Mexico 6 Turkey 7 Taiwan 8 the USA
9 Thailand 10 Argentina
1
MAN Hello! What’s your name?
3
WOMAN My name’s Hannah Thorpe.
MAN How do you spell that? -ish British Spanish Turkish
WOMAN H-A-N-N-A-H T-H-O-R-P-E. -ian Brazilian Argentinian
2 -can South Mexican American
WOMAN Hi. Is your name Thomas? African
MAN No, my name’s Samuel … Samuel -ese Taiwanese
Smith.
other Thai
WOMAN How do you spell that?
MAN S-A-M-U-E-L S-M-I-T-H.
4 1 ’s; ’m 2 are; ’re 3 is; ’s 4 are; ’re 5 ’s
3
MAN Hi, everyone. I’m your teacher. My
5 1 name’s 2 am 3 You are 4 is 5 are
name’s Ahmet.
6 name’s 7 I’m 8 you’re 9 I’m 10 is
WOMAN How do you spell that?
11 It’s
MAN A-H-M-E-T.
WOMAN What’s your family name?
MAN Diaz. That’s D-I-A-Z. Lesson 2
WOMAN Thanks. 1 1 dancer 2 doctor 3 scientist 4 teacher
5 journalist 6 engineer 7 office worker
4 1 Nice 2 your 3 say 4 name’s 5 spell 8 factory worker
6 Thanks
2 2 Jaco isn’t American. He’s South African.
5 2 two 4 four 9 nine 11 eleven 3 You aren’t in Class 3. You’re in Class 4.
15 fifteen 17 seventeen 23 twenty-three 4 I’m not a doctor. I’m a scientist.
36 thirty-six 48 forty-eight 5 We’re not Thai. We’re Taiwanese.
6 Tom and Ellie aren’t teachers. They’re
6 04 a 4 b 12 c 30 d 14 e 19 f 35 journalists.

7 1 b 2a 3f 4c 5d 6e 3 1 are you 2 I am 3 are you 4 Is 5 it isn’t


6 are you 7 Are 8 we aren’t
8 1 Say that again, please.
2 Come in and sit down.
3 Sorry, I don’t understand.
4 Look at the picture on page 5.
5 Stand up and say your name.

Answer key 1
4 Vocabulary plus / Everyday English
CHARLES HOUSE CONFERENCE CENTRE 1 1 wallet 2 glasses 3 tissues 4 tablet
first name Lucas 5D comb 5A credit card 6 diary 7 coins
family name Souza
nationality Brazilian 2 1 black 2 green 3 yellow 4 brown
5 blue 6 red 7 orange 8 white
age 34
job doctor 3 1 Welsh 2 Indian 3 Brazilian 4 Egyptian
mobile number 07821 820546
event Science Now conference 4 1 ask; say 2 spell; speak 3 help; explain

5 1 Can I have/see the menu, please?


Lesson 3
2 Can I have the bill, please?
1 1 a key 2 a mobile phone 3 a ticket 3 Can I have the/my key, please?
4 a watch 5 a toothbrush 6 a passport
7 an apple 8 an umbrella 9 a bag
10 a camera 11 a book 12 a pen Unit 2
13 a suitcase
Lesson 1
3 1 this; My 2 Our; my; your 3 those; his;
1 2 grandfather 3 mother 4 father
her 4 your; Our; they’re; Their
5 sisters 6 brother 7 husband 8 son
9 daughter
4
Flight Gate 2 1 only child 2 only children 3 aunts or
Name Destination
number number uncles 4 wife 5 nieces and nephews
1 (Mark) Paris BA9120 15 6 cousins 7 sister-in-law
Joyner
2 (Saskia) Amsterdam KL1724 17 3 1 don’t have 2 has 3 have; doesn’t have
Hantemann 4 doesn’t have 5 don’t have

Transcript 05 4 1 Does your teacher have a brother or sister?


1 Yes, he/she does. / No, he/she doesn’t.
A I’m on the flight to Paris. My name’s Mark 2 Do you have a big family?
Joyner – that’s J-O-Y-N-E-R. Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.
B OK, sir. Your passport, please. 3 Does your friend have (any) children?
A Here you are. Yes, he/she does. / No, he/she doesn’t.
B Thank you. So, that’s flight BA9120 to 4 Do your parents have family in a different
Paris. country?
A And what boarding gate, please? Yes, they do. / No, they don’t.
B That’s boarding gate 15.
A Sorry, is that gate 13? 5 2 my friends’ wedding 3 My husband’s family
B No, gate 15 for Paris, sir. Have a nice flight. 4 My cousins’ father 5 My grandparents’
2 names
V Your attention, please, ladies and
gentlemen. This is the last call for
Lesson 2
passenger Saskia Hantelmann on flight
KL1724. That’s Saskia Hantelmann – 1 06 a bedroom b living room c bathroom
H-A-N-T-E-L-M-A-N-N on flight KL1724 to d office e kitchen f dining room
Amsterdam. Please go to gate 17, where
your flight is ready to leave. 2 Suggested answers
bedroom: 3, 4, 5, 14, 16
living room: 1, 4, 5, 7, 12, 14
bathroom: 2, 10, 11, 15

2 Answer key
office: 4, 5, 8 B There are more than 132,000 students at
kitchen: 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13 the University of London.
dining room: 5, 7, 13 3
A What’s the population of Tokyo?
3 2 There are 3 there’s 4 Is there 5 There’s B More than 37 million, including the areas
6 Is there 7 there is 8 there are around the city.
9 there isn’t 4
A What’s the most expensive painting in the
4 1 There is / There isn’t world?
2 There is / There isn’t B It’s a painting by Cézanne called ‘The Card
3 There is / there isn’t Players’ – 259 million dollars.
4 There are / There aren’t A Wow!
5 There are / There aren’t 5
6 There are / There aren’t A How many people are at the teachers’
conference?
5 bed, pictures, table, a place to sit B About 350, I think.

5 1 chemist’s/ chemist 2 park 3 cinema


Lesson 3 4 art gallery
1 1 d 2c 3a 4b
Transcript 09
2 1 station 2 supermarket 3 park
1
4 museum 5 cinema 6 bank 7 airport
A Excuse me, where’s the park?
8 restaurant 9 chemist’s/chemist
B It’s near here, just in front of the station.
A Thanks. And is there a chemist’s in town?
3 a 2 b4 c5 d3 e1
B Yes, there’s a chemist’s on Station Road,
between the bank and the restaurant.
Transcript 07
A Great, thanks.
1 2
M Oh, my train’s here. Time to go. A Excuse me. Is there a cinema in town?
F OK, but phone me soon. Goodbye, darling. B Yes, the cinema is on Station Road,
2 opposite the chemist.
V Passengers for flight AM126 to Buenos A OK. And is the art gallery near there?
Aires please go immediately to Gate 74. B Yes, it’s just next to the cinema and
3 opposite the bank.
F1 Mmm, this pizza is great. A Thanks for your help.
F2 Yes, lovely.
4 6 1 False 2 True 3 True 4 False 5 False
5 6 True
M That’s £41.22. Put your card in the machine
and enter your PIN, please.
M Thank you, here’s your receipt. Have a nice Vocabulary plus / Everyday English
day. 1 1 men; women 2 boy 3 people 4 girl
5 child
4 1 17,000 2 132,000 3 37,000,000
4 $259,000,000 5 350 2 1 beautiful 2 good-looking 3 attractive
4 pretty 5 ugly
Transcript 08
1 3 1 kind 2 intelligent 3 funny 4 nice; warm
A What’s the population of your town?
B It’s about 17,000 – it isn’t very big. 4 1 Excuse me, is there a hotel near here?
2 2 Yes, there’s one in West Street.
A How many students are there at your 3 How do I get to the station?
university? 4 Go along this road, then turn right.
Answer key 3
5 1 Excuse me 2 please 3 Go along Pronunciation point
4 Turn left 5 turn right 6 on the right
7 opposite 8 Thanks /eɪ/ name Spain
/aɪ/ kind shy
6 1 near 2 one 3 get 4 Turn right
5 turn left 6 left 7 in front of /ɒ/ doctor office
/æ/ camera apple
Review quiz 1–2 /i:/ green people
1 1 Portuguese/Brazilian /ɪ/ pretty fridge
2 Turkish
3 Russian /e/ friendly yellow
4 Japanese /ɜ:/ journalist girl
5 Chinese (Mandarin)
6 Italian
Check your progress 1
2 1 red, white and blue 1 1 ’s; ’m 2 ’s; isn’t / ’s not 3 Are; aren’t
2 red and yellow 4 Do [you] have; don’t
3 a 12 b 50 c 6
4 a red, green, yellow and blue 2 1 your; brother’s 2 husband’s; your
b green and white 3 Is; are 4 are; Are
c black and orange
d blue and white 3 1 Turkish 2 American 3 sports centre
5 a Taipei (Taiwan Taoyuan International 4 art gallery
Airport)
b London (Heathrow Airport) 4 1 Excuse me, can you help me, please?
c Johannesburg (Tambo International 2 How do you say ‘ventana’ in English?
Airport) 3 Can you repeat that, please?
d Istanbul (Atatürk International 4 Can I have the menu, please?
Airport) 5 Can you explain this word, please?
6 a Australia b Germany c Sweden
d Thailand e South Africa 5 1 near 2 Go 3 turn 4 left 5 on the

3 1 parents/mother and father


2 husband Unit 3
3 grandmother
4 sons (Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz); daughter Lesson 1
(Harper) 1 folk, classical, pop, house, country, rap,
5 children/daughters (Malia, Natasha) jazz, rock
6 wife
2 a 5 b4 c1 d3 e2
4 1 True 2 False (It’s a common family name.)
3 True 4 False (There are many countries that 3 2 You don’t like the cinema. You like the
don’t follow this tradition.) 5 False (The theatre.
family name usually comes first.) 3 My friends don’t like big cities. They like
small towns.
4 My parents don’t like rap. They like rock.
5 My sister and I don’t like television. We like
music.
6 I don’t like grey and black. I like pink and
purple.

4 Answer key
5 1 Do you like classical music? 5 1 out with friends (go out with friends)
Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. 2 food (cook/make/eat/buy food) 3 31 years
2 Do your friends like tattoos? (be 31 (years old)) 4 TV (watch TV)
Yes, they do. / No, they don’t.
3 Do you like James Bond films? 6 1, 4, 5, 6
Yes, I do. / No, I don’t.
4 Do you and your friends like the cinema? Transcript 11
Yes, we do. / No, we don’t. GREG I’m Greg and I’m 29 years old. I’m a
factory worker. We produce food for
6 1 her 2 me 3 them 4 it 5 us hotels and conferences. I like my job,
6 him 7 you 8 them but there’s just one problem – my work
hours. You see, I work from ten in the
Lesson 2 evening until six in the morning. So,
when you’re at work or in class, I’m
1 10 1 swimming 2 jogging 3 dancing
in bed! I get up late in the afternoon.
4 (playing) cricket 5 shopping
I still feel tired, so I just watch TV or I
listen to music. I also work on Saturday
2 1 playing 2 listening 3 watching
and Sunday. So my weekend is in the
4 visiting 5 spending
middle of the week. I do my shopping
on a Wednesday morning and I go to
3 1 playing 2 football 3 play 4 playing
the cinema on a Thursday afternoon. It’s
5 go 6 do 7 do 8 write 9 good food
good because town is quiet then. But
10 hate 11 airports 12 spending 13 do
my evenings aren’t great. I don’t see my
14 going 15 love 16 hate 17 like
friends much. And there aren’t many
18 listening 19 is 20 ’m
parties on a Wednesday evening!
4 1 True
2 False (He’s the drummer.) Vocabulary plus / Everyday English
3 False (She’s a student.) 1 12 flute 3 drums 1 violin 7 guitar 6
4 False (She reads blogs, she doesn’t write piano 4 trumpet 2 keyboard 8
one.) saxophone 5
5 True
6 True 2 2 I think X is a good drummer.
3 I’m a good swimmer. / I’m not a good
Lesson 3 swimmer.
4 A popular writer from my country is X.
1 1 Tuesday 2 Sunday 3 Wednesday
5 My favourite director is X.
4 Saturday 5 Thursday 6 Monday
6 X and Y are fantastic guitar players.
3
4 1 don’t 2 let’s 3 a band 4 asking
in at on 5 don’t you
the evening the Thursday
the afternoon weekend* Saturday 5 1 Alright 2 do 3 idea 4 so 5 hate
the morning night 6 way
Tuesday
morning
Sunday Unit 4
Monday
evening Lesson 1
* on the weekend is correct in AmE 1 1 eight o’clock
2 four thirty / half past four
3 three fifteen / quarter past three
4 six forty-five / quarter to seven

Answer key 5
2 1 get up very early 2 have a shower 2 1 four twenty-five / twenty-five past four
3 have breakfast 4 arrive at work/college 2 three forty / twenty to four
5 get home 6 go to bed 3 eight fifty / ten to nine
4 five fifty-five / five to six
4 1 gets up 2 has 3 goes 4 works
5 arrives 6 has 7 cooks 8 does 9 does Transcript 14
10 finishes 11 spends 12 goes 1
A What time’s the next train?
5 1 Does; stay; doesn’t 2 Does; relax; does B Twenty-five past four.
3 Does; visit; does 4 Does; have; doesn’t A Twenty past four?
5 does; work 6 does; arrive 7 does; go B No, twenty-five – twenty-five past four.
8 does; go A OK, great. Thanks.
2
Lesson 2 A When do the children get home?
B School finishes at 3.15. They walk home
1 13 a 2 b5 c1 d4 e3
and get here at about 3.40.
3
2 1 You are hardly ever at home.
A What time do you usually get to work?
2 We never watch sport on TV.
B Work starts at nine o’clock, but I usually
3 Kiera usually gets a takeaway on Fridays.
get to the office at about ten to nine.
4 I am always tired on Saturday mornings.
4
5 Joe sometimes has breakfast in a café.
A I always wake up at exactly the same time.
6 My friend is often late for work.
B Really? When’s that?
7 She hardly ever gets up early.
A At five to six every morning.
B Wow! You’re an early bird. I don’t wake up
3 Possible answers
until 7.30.
1 I am always at home on Sunday mornings.
2 My teacher is never late.
3 1 doesn’t go 2 doesn’t get 3 doesn’t live
3 My parents are usually happy.
4 doesn’t spend 5 doesn’t play
4 I sometimes walk to work/college.
5 My best friend hardly ever gets up very
4 1 loves 2 listens 3 doesn’t work out
early.
4 goes 5 prefers 6 doesn’t like 7 doesn’t
6 I often listen to rap.
have 8 doesn’t feel 9 needs 10 wakes up
7 My friends never play tennis at the
weekend.
5 1 Today 2 get up 3 clocks 4 tired
5 angry 6 16 7 1.30 / half past one / one
4 1 N 2A 3N 4A 5A 6N
thirty 8 7.00 / seven o’clock 9 good
10 traffic
Lesson 3
1 1
wake up Transcript 15
Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. F Hello and welcome to ‘Science Today’. In
2 have; bath this week’s programme, we look at the
I prefer to have a bath/shower. problem of tired teenagers. Many parents
3 wash; face; clean; teeth have the same problem – their sons and
I usually wash my face / clean my teeth daughters just can’t get up in the morning.
first. So why is this? Are they just lazy?
4 get dressed Well, we know from scientific studies that
I usually get dressed before/after breakfast. young people have a different internal
5 go; sleep clock. They are fine late at night, but they
Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. don’t feel good early in the morning. They
6 feel good are often tired, so they don’t feel happy.
I feel good early in the morning / late at Sometimes they are even angry with their
night. parents and their friends.
6 Answer key
But a school in the south of England thinks 5 They are brothers from the USA and they
it has the answer. Hampton Court House are film directors. [the Cohen brothers /
has a new ‘no-mornings’ timetable for its Joel and Ethan Cohen]
students aged 16 to 18. So the first class 6 She is an American actor famous for the
of the day isn’t at nine o’clock. The new film The Devil Wears Prada. [Meryl Streep /
school day for older students starts at half Anne Hathaway]
past one and finishes at seven o’clock. The
head teacher thinks students are more 4 1 T
interested in their work when they aren’t 2 T
tired and stressed. 3 F (It’s a festival of world music and dance.)
And what about the parents? Most of them 4 F (It’s the type of dance people do to
think it’s a good idea. And they like driving hip-hop or rap music.)
to school when the traffic isn’t so bad! 5 T
And now for news on the best ways to de- 6 F (It’s another word for ‘violin’.)
stress at work …
Pronunciation point
Vocabulary plus / Everyday English two: restaurant, Wednesday, breakfast, keyboard
three: restaurant, motorbike, piano, magazine,
1 1 taxis; buses 2 Planes 3 Underground/Tube
instrument
4 boat; helicopter 5 bike/bicycle
four: information, helicopter, advertisement,
6 motorbikes; cars 7 tram; train
television
2 1 d 2b 3c 4a
Check your progress 2
3 1 Really 2 sure 3 Fantastic 4 great 1 1 don’t like 2 hates 3 don’t visit 4 write
5 Cool 5 Do you play 6 plays 7 Does your brother
like; doesn’t 8 playing; watching
4 1 Do you live? That cool!
2 Is really? That’s is great! 2 1 We usually go swimming on Saturday.
3 I’m very sure. Well, it’s great to I talk to 2 They never play cricket on Wednesday.
you! 3 My friends and I sometimes go shopping
4 Is fantastic! Do are you enjoy your job? after work.
4 I am always tired in the evening.
5 2 Is she 3 Do you 4 Do they 5 Is it 5 She is hardly ever at home at the weekend.
6 Are they
3 1 folk music 2 guitar 3 keyboard
Review quiz 3–4 4 helicopter 5 motorbike
1 1 c 2a 3a 4b 5b
4 1 Let’s 2 That’s 3 How about
4 why don’t 5 Great
2 Darwin: 8.30pm Kathmandu: 4.45pm
Caracas: 6.30am Honolulu: 1am
5 1 Really! 2 Do you? 3 That’s interesting!
Mumbai: 4.30pm
4 Cool! 5 Well, it’s great to talk to you.
3 1 She’s a singer from Colombia and she plays
Latin pop/Pop. [Shakira]
2 They are sisters from the USA and they are
Unit 5
tennis players. [Serena and Venus Williams]
Lesson 1
3 He sings and plays the piano in the band
Coldplay. [Chris Martin] 1 1 independent 2 technical 3 brilliant
4 He plays number 7 in the Real Madrid 4 lucky 5 interested 6 amazing 7 sociable
football team. [Cristiano Ronaldo] Mystery word: natural

Answer key 7
2 1 were born 2 were born 3 was born A Er, the 1st of May is a Saturday, so how
4 was born 5 were born 6 weren’t born about then?
7 was born 8 was born 9 weren’t born B Perfect!
4
3 1 When and where were you born? A It’s Jack and Yuko’s wedding soon – the
I was born on [date] in [place]. 15th of November.
2 When and where was your mother born? B Not November, December. The wedding is
My mother was born on [date] in [place]. on the 15th of December.
3 How many children were born in your A You’re right. Sorry, my mistake.
family last year?
[number] children were born in my family 2 1 sailing (It’s the only one that takes place on
last year. water / doesn’t need a ball.)
4 Were your grandparents born in a different 2 boxing (It’s the only one that isn’t a team
country? sport / doesn’t need a ball.)
Yes, they were. (They were born in 3 skiing (It’s the only one that takes place on
[country].) / No, they weren’t. snow.)
5 Were your brothers and sisters born in the 4 cycling (You need a bike, not a racket.)
same town or city?
Yes, they were. / No, they weren’t. / I don’t 3 1 there was 2 There were 3 There weren’t
have (any) brothers and sisters. 4 There wasn’t 5 There were 6 there
6 Were you born in hospital or at home? weren’t 7 There were 8 there was
I was born in hospital / at home. The event is the Tour de France cycle race.

4 1 were 2 was 3 were 4 was 4 2 e 3a 4b 5c


5 wasn’t / was not 6 was 7 was
8 weren’t / were not 9 weren’t / were not
10 were 11 were 12 were 13 were
Lesson 3
1 1 f 2b 3e 4c 5a 6d
5 Possible answers
1 My school was [Anytown Primary School]. 2 1 f What was your favourite sport when you
2 My best friends were [Sam] and [Ali]. were a child?
3 I was/wasn’t very interested in school. 2 d Who was your sporting hero?
4 My favourite film was [Harry Potter]. 3 a Were you a good runner, swimmer or
5 My favourite bands were [Kaiser Chiefs] footballer?
and [One Direction]. 4 e Were your parents interested in sport?
5 c Was there an important sports event near
your town when you were young?
Lesson 2 6 b Where was the nearest sports centre to
1 1 a 2b 3a 4b your house?

Transcript 16 4 1 b 2b 3c 4c 5a
1
A When’s the next meeting? Is it the 17th of Transcript 17
January? M Hello and welcome to our open day at
B Just a second … no, it’s before then, on the SportsAble. It’s great to see so many
7th. people here today. So first let me tell you
2 a little about SportsAble. We’re a sports
A Was the baby born on the 21st of June? disability charity, but a charity with a
B No, she was two days late, so she arrived difference. We don’t just have offices – we
on the 23rd. have our own sports centre. We have
3 two swimming pools, two sports halls and
A Let’s have a party! a large sports field outside. This means we
B OK. When? can help disabled people do a lot

8 Answer key
of different activities. And here are just Transcript 18
a few examples: swimming, table tennis, 1
golf and archery. And our new sport A Hey, look at this. There’s a concert in July to
for this year is wheelchair basketball remember Nelson Mandela.
– it’s very fast and great fun. And it’s a B Oh, yeah – when’s that?
very popular event at the Paralympics. A It’s the 18th of July, Mandela Day. It says
Here at SportsAble, we’re also part of the it’s the same day as his birthday.
Paralympics. SportsAble was a training 2
centre for the Games in London in 2012. A Um, Max, what day it is today?
And some of our athletes are themselves B It’s Friday.
Paralympians. The first year our athletes A No, the date.
were in the Paralympics was 1976, just B It’s the 14th.
one year after we started in 1975. So, now A Yes, and the month …?
I’d like to introduce you to … B What? Well, it’s February, of course.
A Yes, but, but … you must remember. It’s a
Vocabulary plus / Everyday English … a special day.
B Special? … Yes, of course I remember.
1 different – similar; dangerous – safe;
It’s Valentine’s Day. Here you are … your
beautiful – ugly; interesting – boring;
favourite flowers.
difficult – easy
A Oh, you!
3
2 1 quite 2 really 3 a bit 4 very
F Just before you go, listen, please. I need to
tell you about a special project. The college
3
wants to celebrate World Music Day this
play basketball, darts, table tennis year. That’s on the 21st of June. It’s only
do archery, judo January now, so we have lots of time. But
go fishing, riding, skating, windsurfing I need ideas from you. What can we do in
this class …?
4 2 I don’t know. It’s a bit strange.
3 It’s really beautiful. I love it! 3 1 ox 2 dog 3 goat 4 sheep 5 horse
4 I agree. I really like the colours. 6 rabbit 7 monkey 8 elephant
5 I disagree. I really don’t like it.
6 It’s OK, but it’s quite traditional. 4 1 rooster (The others are not birds.)
2 pig (The others are all members of the cat
5 1 I love it! 2 I think it’s awful. family.)
3 I think it’s OK. 4 I really hate them! 3 goat (The others are wild animals, not farm
5 I think they’re OK. 6 They’re great! animals.)
4 dragon (The others are real animals.)
5 snake (The others are not reptiles.)
Unit 6
5 1 invited 2 started 3 prepared; helped
Lesson 1 4 played 5 finished 6 enjoyed; learned/
1 the fourteenth of February learnt (irregular)
the twenty-second of April
the twenty-first of June 6 1 went 2 said 3 had 4 ate 5 sang
the fourth of July 6 got 7 told 8 drove 9 saw 10 swam
the eighteenth of July
the fifth of October Lesson 2
1 1 [He] didn’t get up on time.
2 1 18/7 2 14/2 3 21/6 2 He didn’t have breakfast.
3 He didn’t get a seat on the bus.
4 He didn’t have an umbrella.

Answer key 9
5 He didn’t understand the lecture. Reporter Yes, I’m here with the Sur family.
6 He didn’t remember his wallet. They’re from Turkey, but they now
7 He didn’t pass his exam. live in London. So we have mum,
8 He didn’t see his girlfriend. Leyla. Can you tell us about your
screen time yesterday?
3 a 5 b3 c– d1 e6 f2 g4 Leyla Yes, it was Saturday. And I think
I spent about seven hours using
technology.
Lesson 3 Reporter Seven hours …
1 1 access 2 online 3 message 4 digital Leyla Yes, I was on my computer for
5 call 6 mobile 7 page 8 video about three hours. I used Facetime
9 network to speak to my sister in Turkey,
and then the internet and emails.
2 1 did [you] do 2 went 3 did [you] see And then I used my mobile for
4 saw 5 Did [you] enjoy 6 Did [you] have about two hours. And then in the
7 came 8 went evening I watched a DVD for about
two hours.
3 1 How many phone calls did you make Reporter OK, so what about your husband,
yesterday? Hasan?
I made [number] phone calls yesterday. / Hasan I think it was about ten hours.
I didn’t make any phone calls yesterday. Reporter Ten hours!
2 Which websites did you visit last night? Hasan Yes, but I can explain. I used my
I visited [name(s)] website(s) last night. / computer all day for work. So I
I didn’t visit any websites last night. spent maybe eight and a half hours
3 Who did you send an email to this working on the computer – emails,
morning? checking websites, preparing a talk
I sent an email to [name(s)] this morning. / …
I didn’t send any emails this morning. Reporter OK, eight and a half hours on your
4 Did you go on Facebook yesterday? computer …
Yes, I did. / No, I didn’t. Hasan Yes, and then an hour and half on
5 Did you check your emails or texts in class my mobile. I didn’t watch TV or a
today? DVD.
Yes, I did. / No, I didn’t. Reporter OK, so finally, Musa.
6 Did you send a text message after midnight Musa Right, well. My screen time was
last night? only about four hours.
Yes, I did. / No, I didn’t.
Reporter Four hours? But you’re a teenager!
5 Musa No, for real. I didn’t go on a
hours in front of: Leyla Hasan Musa computer at all. I’m on the
computer 3 8.5 0 computer all day at school. I used
mobile 2 1.5 1 my mobile for an hour. I played
games and sent some texts. Then
TV/DVDs 2 0 3
I played football all morning.
Total 7 10 4
In the evening, I watched two
international matches. So that’s
Transcript 19
three hours of TV.
Presenter And now technology. A report says Reporter Now that is surprising. Now, back
that most American adults spend to the studio …
about eight and a half hours a day
in front of a screen. We wanted
to know about the UK, so we sent Vocabulary plus / Everyday English
our reporter to find out. 1 1 shark 2 dolphin 3 whale 4 bear
5 rhino 6 mouse 7 spider 8 frog
9 bee 10 butterfly
10 Answer key
2 1 desktop computer 2 screen 3 laptop Check your progress 3
4 USB stick 5 mouse 6 keyboard 7 tablet 1 1 were 2 was 3 was; was 4 were; were
8 smartphone
2 1 played 2 did you study; studied
3 A Hello? Is you that Leo? 3 didn’t send; sent 4 Did he wear; didn’t
B I’m speaking. 5 stopped
A Hi. It’s is Helen.
B Oh, hi. Listen Helen – can I call to you 3 1 boxing 2 skiing 3 volleyball 4 sociable
back? It’s a bad line. 5 funny 6 quiet
A Fine. It no problem.
B What’s your name number? 4 1 awful 2 great 3 different 4 horrible
A It’s my 0771 198 404. 5 disagree
B OK. Speak to you soon again.
5 a 7 b1 c3 d 10 e4 f2 g6
4 1 A Hello? h8 i5 j9
B Is that the health centre?
A No, this is the post office. You have the
wrong number. Writing
B Oh, I’m so sorry. 1 1 1d 2c 3a 4b
A No problem. Goodbye. 2 1b 2a 3c
B Bye. 3 a 4 b 15 c 10 d 11 e 3 f 8
2 C West Street Health Centre. How can 4 1 The first name (Anna) and the family
I help you? name (Johansson) are the wrong way
D Can I make an appointment, please? round.
C Yes, can I have your name, please? 2 27 years is not a date, it is a period of
D It’s Adam Neumann. time.
C OK, Mr Neumann. Is Monday 2nd May 3 Mexico is a country, not a nationality. It
at 9am OK? should be Mexican.
D Yes, fine. Thank you very much. 4 Letters in postcodes should be written
Goodbye. with capital letters: 1056 EK.
5 The capital letters are missing: 191 Lake
Drive, Atlanta.
Review quiz 5–6
6 You should not write anything in the
1 1 boxing (Las Vegas, USA) section ‘For office use only’.
2 golf (St Andrews, Scotland)
3 skiing (Switzerland) 2 1 intelligent, good-looking, shy
4 football (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) 2 1 Oxford is a very attractive city.
5 rugby (Johannesburg, South Africa) 2 All the cafés near the theatre are
6 baseball (New York, USA) popular.
3 There are two big cinemas in the city.
2 1 Harry Potter 2 a tiger 3 a mouse 4 pigs 4 The people in the town are friendly.
5 a whale 6 in Narnia / Aslan’s country 5 The town has a lot of pretty parks.
6 The hotel is a great place for weddings.
3 1 g 2c 3e 4j 5d 6b 7i 8f 7 The cities of Vienna and Paris are
9h 10 a famous for their beautiful buildings.
8 There are some wonderful paintings in
4 1 Eve 2 summer 3 April 4 India 5 first the art gallery.
3 1 c 2 d 3 a 4 e 5 b
Pronunciation point 4 1 Cheltenham is a big town in England,
1 bear (/eə/ not /ɜ:/) 2 gymnastics (/ɪ/ not /aɪ/) near the cities of Oxford and Bristol.
3 phone (/əʊ/ not /ɒ/) 4 key (/i:/ not /e/) Cheltenham has a population of about
5 computer (/ju:/ not /ʌ/) 115,000 people.

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2 The station is near the town centre and 4 1 On 2 at 3 Then 4 by 5 but
there are a lot of car parks. The tourist 6 before 7 from 8 then 9 in 10 and
information centre is in the Wilson Art 11 after 12 on 13 in 14 before
Gallery and Museum in Clarence Street. 15 then
3 There are a lot of great hotels. The 5 1 2 singer 3 writer 4 runner 5 swimmer
Cheltenham Park Hotel is fantastic. 6 actor 7 director 9 musician
It has 150 rooms, a restaurant, a 10 businessman/businesswoman
swimming pool and beautiful gardens. 11 scientist 12 politician
4 There’s food from all over the world in 2 1 to 2 in; in 3 for 4 at 5 in
Cheltenham – from India, 3 1 1977 2 one son 3 archery
Thailand, France and Spain. Popular 4 travelling 5 a star 6 UNICEF
places are the Star Bistro and Joe’s Café. 7 homeless families
5 Cheltenham is famous for its festivals. 4 Orlando Bloom was born in Canterbury,
Every year, the town has four festivals: England, in 1977. He is an actor and he
jazz, science, music and literature. There is famous for The Lord of the Rings films.
are thousands of visitors to the festivals His character in those films was Legolas.
every year. He was also in the Pirates of the Caribbean
films. His character in those films was Will
3 1 1 b 2 e 3 a 4 f 5 d 6 c Turner.
2 1 I don’t see my friends in the evening Orlando has one sister, Samantha. He was
because I don’t have time. married to the Australian model, Miranda
2 I love learning languages because/and I Kerr, but they are not together now. They
like talking to people! have one son.
3 My favourite band is Coldplay because He is good at French and sports like horse
their songs are great. riding, archery and surfing. This helps him
4 I enjoy sport and I love listening to in his films. He likes football and he is a
music. fan of Manchester United. He also loves
5 I play the piano quite well and I write travelling / to travel, and New Zealand is
songs. one of his favourite places.
6 I see my parents every day because they He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of
live near me. Fame, but he also does a lot of charity
3 1 … just one brother. | 2 I’m an IT worker … work. He is an ambassador for children’s
… don’t enjoy it very much. | 3 I do a lot of charity UNICEF. He was in Syria in 2014 to
different … meet homeless families because of the war.
4 1 d 2 a 3 c
6 1 1 d 2 a 3 b 4 c
4 1 start work/college 4 2 1 d 2 b 3 a
get home 6 3 1 ASAP 2 RSVP 3 NB 4 TMB
have lunch 5
get up 1
have breakfast 2
go to bed 8
go to work/college 3
have dinner 7
2 W: have meetings, write emails,
make phone calls
C: have exams, have classes, work in the
library
B: use the internet, have a coffee break,
work at my desk
3 b

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