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Unit 5 JETSTREAM ELEMENTARY- cyber homework

Básico 3
Unit 5
Lesson 1
Leif Erikson (was born) in Iceland.
James Cook (was born) in England.
James Cook and Ranulph Fiennes (were born) in England.
Marco Polo (was born) in Italy.
Marco Polo and John Cabot (were born) in Italy.
Leif Erikson (was born) in 970.
John Cabot (was born) in 1450.
Ranulph Fiennes (was born) in 1944.
Example: Vasco da Gama was born in Portugal.
Roald Amundsen (was born in Norway).
Francisco Pizarro and Hernán Cortés (were born in Spain).
Neil Armstrong (was born in America).
João Cabral and Ferdinand Magellan (were born in Portugal).
Francis Drake (was born in England).
(Where was Leif Erikson born?) In Iceland.
(When was James Cook born?) In 1728.
(When was John Cabot born?) In 1450.
(Where were James Cook and Ranulph Fiennes born?) They were born in
England.
(Where were Marco Polo and John Cabot born?) They were born in Italy.

Cortés and Amundsen (were) born in Europe.


Armstrong (was) born in America.
Amundsen (wasn't) an astronaut.
Cortés and Amundsen (weren't) friends.
Amundsen and Armstrong (were) pilots.
Cortés (wasn't) friends with the King of Mexico.
(a m a z i n g)
(g r e a t)
(b r i l l i a n t)
(q u i e t)
(w a r m)
(f r i e n d l y)
(l u c k y)
(i n d e p e n d e n t)

(amazing)
(lucky)
(independent)
(natural)
Lesson 2
Jackie Chan (was) born in Hong Kong.
There (were) a lot of people at the party yesterday.
I (wasn't) born on the Moon.
Robin Williams (wasn't) a singer. He (was) an actor.
A (Were) you born on October 3rd?
B Yes, I (was).
A (Were) The Beatles from Manchester?
B No, they (weren't). They (were) from Liverpool.

(My weekend was very boring.)


(Where were you last night?)
(The teacher wasn't very happy about her students' work.)
(There weren't many people on the beach because it was very windy.)

(There were) a lot of people at the English course last year but this year there are
fewer.
(There was) a nice girl at the concert yesterday.
(There were) a lot of runners at the Olympics.
(There was) a lot of water on the ground this morning.
(There was) a marathon in New York last year.
Audrey Hepburn was good at dancing. (TRUE)
Audrey Hepburn was good at speaking German. (TRUE)
Greta Garbo was born in Switzerland. (FALSE)
Greta Garbo was married two times. (FALSE)
Olivia de Havilland's parents were Japanese. (FALSE)
Olivia de Havilland and Errol Flynn were a couple in many films. (TRUE)
Audrey Hepburn was born in Belgium in (1929).
Audrey Hepburn was an actor in the film ' (Breakfast) at Tiffany's'.
Greta Garbo was an actor in (28) films.
Olivia de Havilland's father was a (university) professor.
Olivia de Havilland and Errol Flynn were a couple in (8) films.
(30th)
(40th)
(15th)
(60th)
(17th)
(18th)
(90th)
May is the (5th) month of the year.
He was born on the (30th) of December.
It's their (14th) anniversary.
They live on the (13th) floor.
Monday is the (1st) day of the week for many countries, but not for all.

Lesson 3

A It's finally Friday evening! Let's go out for a drink!


(B In this weather? Look out of the window! It's awful!)
A Oh, come on! It's only rain. How about driving?
(B And drinking? I don't think it's a good idea.)
A Mm, OK. I agree.
(B How about watching TV?)
A OK, what's on?
(B The Augusta Masters is on.)
A Is that tennis?. (B No, it isn't. It's a golf tournament.)
A Watching golf on TV? I think it's boring!
(B I disagree. I think it's a great sport to play or watch.)

(A It’s Saturday! Let’s go to the cinema!)


(B OK. What’s on?)
(A That Steve Carrell film.)
(B I don’t like his films. They’re really boring.)
(A I disagree. I think they’re great. OK, what about the new Hunger Games film?)
(B Yes, OK. I really like those films. How about going for something to eat after
the film?)
(A I don’t think that’s a good idea.)
B Why not?
(A The film finishes at 10.30. That’s really late!). (B Hm, yes, it is. Let’s get a pizza
before the film, then.)
(A Great idea! I love pizza!)

Pythagorion Inn Sunrise Hotel The Pharaoh Robert the Bruce B&B
• check-in 4.00 (X) • view from the room (√) • location (X) • room (√)
• no air conditioning (X) • swimming pool (√) • food (√) • activities in town
(√)
• food (X) • people working at the hotel (√)

We got to the hotel at 3.00pm. (FACT)


I think it's just horrible for a four-star hotel. (OPINION)
There was always fish and soup … (FACT)
… which I don't really like. (OPINION)
We were right in the centre of the capital. (FACT)
It was a big mistake to book this hotel. (OPINION)
We were at this family-run bed and breakfast for three nights. (FACT)
You got your full breakfast in the morning. (FACT)
aw (ful)
dan (gerous)
sa (fe)
love (ly)
tradition (al)
u (gly)
bo (ring)
simi lar
mo (dern)
ea (sy)
diffi (cult)

This is a very (difficult) exam. I don't know anything!


The film was quite (boring), but the popcorn was good.
Don't swim in the sea if there is a red flag. It's very (dangerous).
Spanish and Portuguese are quite (similar) languages.
5 x 5 = 25. That's very (easy).
I don't like (modern) art. I think it's (awful).
Example: goal, offside, penalty football
100 metres, javelin, marathon (athletics)
bicycle, sprint, tyre (cycling)
club, hole, par (golf)
mountains, snow, ski (skiing)
six players, beach, net (volleyball)
sea, boat, wind (sailing)
floor exercise, high bar, rhythmic (gymnastics)
river, sea, fish (fishing)
table, racket, ball (table tennis)
wind, sea, board (windsurfing)

Unit 6 JETSTREAM ELEMENTARY- cyber homework


unit 6
LESSON 1
I (started) university when I was 18 and (finished) when I was 22.
He (liked) the fish, but he didn't like the chips.
They (stayed) in a bed and breakfast near the British Museum.
Van Gogh (painted) about 900 paintings, but he could only sell one.
The team (played) really well, but they didn't win the match.
The mother (helped) her son with his homework.
She (listened) to a lot of heavy-metal music when she was a teenager, but she
prefers hip-hop now.
We (wanted) to swim in the sea, but there was a red flag.
asked /t/:
arrived /d/:
visited /id/:
Not assigned: played (arrived /d/), finished (asked /t/), painted (visited /id/),
wanted (visited /id/), liked (asked /t/), helped (asked /t/), stayed (arrived /d/),
started (visited /id/), listened (arrived /d/)
make (made)
say (said)
have (had)
feel (felt)
go (went)
drink (drank)
leave (left)
get (got)
JUNE
OCTOBER
MARCH
JULY
DECEMBER
JANUARY
January
(February)
March
(April)
(May)
June
July
(August)
(September)
October
(November)
December
Example: Christmas Day the twenty-fifth of December / 25th December
Cinco de Mayo (the fifth of May)
Halloween (the thirty-first of October)
Valentine’s Day (the fourteenth of February)
St Patrick’s Day (the seventeenth of March)

adgnor (dragon)
ehors (horse)
i l n o (lion)
aekns (snake)
egirt (tiger)
aeehlpnt (elephant)
abbirt (rabbit)
eoorrst (rooster)
(bee)
(butterfly)

LESSON 2
Example: Marie Curie discovered penicillin.
Marie Curie didn't discover penicillin. Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin.
The Wright brothers invented the telephone.
The Wright brothers didn't invent the telephone. Alexander Graham Bell invented
it.
Suzanne Collins wrote Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets.
Suzanne Collins (didn't write) Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets. JK
Rowling wrote it.
Argentina won the 2014 World Cup.
Argentina didn't win the 2014 World Cup. Germany (won) it.
World War II started in 1955.
World War II didn't start in 1955. It (started) in 1939.

Nelson Mandela studied medicine at university.


Nelson Mandela (didn't study) medicine at university. He (studied) law.
The Beatles became very famous in the 1950s.
The Beatles (didn't become) very famous in the 1950s. They (became) very
famous in the 1960s.
Amy Winehouse sang Wannabe.
Amy Winehouse (didn't sing) Wannabe. The Spice Girls (sang) it.
Pedro Almodóvar directed Life is Beautiful.
Pedro Almodóvar (didn't direct) Life is Beautiful. Roberto Benigni (directed) it.

(A divided people)
Rolihlahla Mandela was born on 18th July 1918 in Mvezo, South Africa. At that
time, there were different schools for white and black people in South Africa.
Black people also ate in different restaurants and they didn't vote in elections.
They called this political system apartheid.
(Law and injustice)
Rolihlahla's teacher in primary school gave him the name of Nelson. Later, he left
his village and went to Fort Hare University and the University of the
Witwatersrand to study law. When he started working as a lawyer, Nelson
Mandela saw a lot of injustice in South Africa.
(Learning a new language)
In 1962, the police arrested Nelson and sent him to a high-security prison for life
because he protested against apartheid. During his time in prison, Mandela
taught himself to speak Afrikaans, one of the 11 official languages of South
Africa. He said he wanted to talk to his prison guards in their own language to try
to understand their ideas and feelings.
(Making history)
After he left prison in 1990, Mandela became a politician and helped his country
to have the first multiracial elections. He won these elections in 1994. He then
became, at the age of 74, the first black president of South Africa (1994–1999). He
was also the oldest president in history. As president, he wanted to stop
violence and bring peace to South Africa.
(His legacy)
Nelson Mandela retired from public life in 2004, but he didn't stop his good work.
He died in 2013 at his home in Johannesburg at the age of 95. Today, Mandela's
memory lives on as a symbol of freedom and justice for people all over the
world.
When Nelson Mandela was born, there was apartheid in South Africa. (TRUE)
He went to university to become a language teacher. (FALSE)
During his time in prison, he taught his prison guards to speak Afrikaans.
(FALSE)
In 1994, South Africa had the first black president in history. (TRUE)
Nelson Mandela retired from public work in 2013. (FALSE)
LESSON 3
A: (Hello?)
B: (Hello. Is that the tourist information centre?)
A: (No, it isn't. I'm afraid you have the wrong number, sir.)
B: (Oh! I'm so sorry!)
A: (No problem. Bye!)
B: (Bye.)
A Pizza Palace. How can I help you?
B Hi, I'd like to (book) a (table) for three people, please.
A Good morning. Doctor's surgery.
B Good morning. Can I (make) an (appointment)? It's urgent!
A Hello?
B Is that Justyna?
A (Speaking).
B Hi, Justyna. It's Sally.
A When was Charlie Chaplin (born)?
B He was born in 1889, in London.
A What did he (do)?
B He was an actor.
A Did he (play the violin)?
B Yes, he did. He played the violin.
A Did he (have children)?
B Yes, he did. He had 11 children.
A Did he (have brown eyes)?
B No, he didn't have brown eyes. He had blue eyes.
A Where (did he die)?
B He died in Corsier-sur-Vevey, Switzerland.

Why didn't the skeleton go to the party? (He had no body to go with.)
Why did the man lose his job at the orange factory? (Because he couldn't
concentrate.)
What did the traffic light say to the car? (Don't look. I'm changing.)
Why did the child study in the airplane? (He wanted a higher education.)
What did the old chimney say to the baby chimney? (You're too young to
smoke.)
Where did the computer go to dance? (To a disc-o.)

Dialogue 1 (The weather wasn’t good.)


Dialogue 2 (The film was too long.)
Dialogue 1
A So tell me, Louise, how was your hyu (holiday) in France?
B It was … just OK.
A You don't sound very happy. What was wrong?
B Well, the weather was terrible. It was very nn,klklj (windy) and it hkk
(rained) almost every day, so we
couldn't go to the beach.
A Oh, I'm so sorry to hear that! I know your children love playing in the sand
and n , (swimming) in the sea.
B Yes, they weren't very happy about it. Oh well! What can you do? At least
the hotel was really nice
and they had kl (activities) for children.

Dialogue 2
A So what did you think of the film, Sean?
B It was quite good actually. A bit sad, but we (knew) that when we chose to
watch it.
A Yes, I know. I cried when they divorced in the end.
B There is just one thing. I found the film too long. It was a (good) story and
the acting was excellent,
but it was just too long.
A I think you're right. Look at the (time) now. It's so late! Anyway, what do
you (want) to do now?
B Let's have a (drink). There is a new place that just opened two weeks ago
and …

You use a (mouse) to move the cursor around on the screen.


There are lots of apps available for your (smartphone).
A (keyboard) is used to type numbers and letters.
A (USB stick) is useful for moving data from one computer to another.
A (laptop) is a portable computer – it's great for travelling.
If you have a large (screen), it's easier to see what you're doing.
If you work in an office, you probably use a (desktop computer).
A (tablet) is like a small computer, but without a keyboard.
mobile (phone)
digital (camera)
online (dating)
phone (call)
social (network)
text (message)
video (clip)
web (page)

Rafael got on the bus, . (sat down and started reading the newspaper)
When Little Red Riding Hood got to her grandmother’s house, (she saw that the
door was open.)
I usually get up (at 7.30 every morning.)
When I go to the gym, I always get hungry.
I don’t get this maths exercise. (It’s very difficult.)

Get (on) the train! It's leaving now!


I got (to) my friend's house and I rang the bell, but nobody opened the door.
I always get (up) late on Sunday mornings.
Get (up)! It's eight clock! You don't want to be late for work!
I'm sorry, madam, but your dog can't get (on) the bus.
I normally get (to) school at 8.25, five minutes before my first lesson starts.
Unit 7 JETSTREAM ELEMENTARY- cyber homework
UNIT 7
LESSON 1
potato (COUNTABLE)
rice (UNCOUNTABLE)
apple (COUNTABLE)
pasta (UNCOUNTABLE)
milk (UNCOUNTABLE)
carrot (COUNTABLE)
beef (UNCOUNTABLE)
mushroom (COUNTABLE)
We need some oil. We don't have (any) oil.
We have some milk. We don't need (any) milk.
We don't have any tomatoes. We need (some) tomatoes.
There aren't any apples. We need (some) apples.
Do we have any rice? Is there (any) rice?
Are there any oranges? Do we have (any) oranges?
Do you sell soy sauce? Do you have (any) soy sauce?
There isn't any flour. We need (some) flour.
Example: There's some pasta in the cupboard. There isn't any pasta in the
cupboard.
I bought some tomatoes in the market. I didn't buy (any tomatoes in the market).
There weren't any snacks at the party. There were (some snacks at the party).
There's a fly in your soup. There aren't (any flies in your soup).
I didn't eat any meat yesterday. I ate (some meat yesterday).
You need carrots to cook a Spanish omelette.
You don't need (any carrots to cook a Spanish omelette).
We don't have any olive oil. We need to buy some.
We have (some olive oil). We don't need to buy (any).
We ordered some pasta at the Italian restaurant.
We didn't order (any pasta at the Italian restaurant).
I didn't have any coffee for breakfast this morning.
I had (some coffee for breakfast this morning).
Let's have fish and (chips) for lunch.
Would you like some (apple) juice?
Chicken tikka masala is an Indian (dish).
People in Thailand use coconut (milk) to cook curries.
You need bread and (butter) to make a sandwich.
British people like (milk) in their tea.
(Tomatoes) are a red fruit.
Food usually tastes better with a bit of salt and (pepper) on it.
(b a n a n a s)
(c o u r g e t t e s)
(c a r r o t s)
(f l o u r)
(o n i o n s)
(g r e e n b e a n s)
(p a s t a)
(c h i c k e n)

LESSON 2
How (many) people are there in Nigeria?
How (many) days are there in August?
How (much) ice cream do Americans eat each year?
How (much) is a litre of petrol in Venezuela?
How (many) minutes are there in a year?
How (much) of our body is water?
How (many) stars are there in the Milky Way?
How (many) pages are there in your Jetstream textbook?

I eat (too much) chocolate. I just can't stop!


I studied for the exam, but I don't remember (much).
Do you eat (any) fruit?
We don't have (a lot of) petrol. We need to find a petrol station and get (some).
I don't have (much) money in my wallet.
There were (too many) people on the beach. It was so crowded!
There aren't (many) students in the class.
I don't eat (any) meat. I'm vegetarian.
(There are many varieties of pizza, but some people believe that the name of this
dish originates from the Greek pita (or pektos in Ancient Greek, meaning solid).
The Ancient Greeks put oils, herbs and cheese on top of their bread.)
(Centuries later, the Romans created their own version of early pizza. The main
ingredients were wheat flour for the bread, and cheese, honey and bay leaves as
seasoning.)
(However, the Italians took the recipe from the Greeks – not the Romans – and
added tomato as one of the main toppings. A popular legend says that baker
Raffaele Esposito made the first modern pizza in Naples in 1889. He cooked three
different varieties of pizza in honour of Queen Margherita. One of these pizzas
had the colours of the Italian flag: red (tomato), green (basil) and white
(mozzarella cheese). Queen Margherita loved it. And that is how Margherita pizza
was born. Is this story fact or fiction? We don't really know. But one thing is
certain: the modern pizza was first made in Naples.)
When World War II finished, American soldiers who lived in Italy during the war
came back home. They missed this dish and created a demand. As a result,
many pizza restaurants opened in the USA.
(Nowadays, people enjoy pizzas all over the world. They come with many types
of toppings, and their crusts can be thin or thick, as with the typical pan pizza or
the Chicago-style pizza.)

nowadays (now)
crust (the bottom and edge of the pizza)
hard (solid)
fiction (not true)
believe (think)
wheat (a type of cereal)
main most important
toppings (the main ingredients in a pizza (meats, peppers, olives, etc.))
missed (wanted to have more of something that wasn't available)
seasoning (herbs and spices that give a lot of flavour to a dish)

(BISCUITS)
(HAMBURGER)
(FIZZYDRINK)
(CHOCOLATE)
(CAKE)
LESSON 3
(A A table for two, please.)
(B Certainly, madam. Come this way, please.)
(A Can we have the menu, please?)
(B Here you are.)
(B Are you ready to order?)
(A Yes, please. I want a tomato soup as a starter.)
(C A tomato soup for me as well, please.)
B And for the main course?
(A We'd like the lamb curry and the vegetable lasagne.)

20:30 (A table for two, please.)


20:31 . (Come this way, please.)
20:32 (Can we have the menu, please?)
20:40 Are you ready to order?
21:45 (Can we have the bill, please?)

Example: She eats fast food three times a month.


She eats in expensive restaurants (twice a year).
She has fruit (twice a day).
She has friends for dinner (once a week).
She eats meat (four times a week).
She eats fish (twice a week).
She bakes a cake (once a month).
She buys food at the supermarket (three times a month).
Nasi goreng is a typical dish from China.
Nasi goreng (is a typical dish from Indonesia).
People usually have nasi goreng with cucumber and boiled potatoes.
People usually have nasi goreng with (cucumber and boiled eggs).
An Irish breakfast is ideal for a Monday or a Tuesday.
An Irish breakfast is ideal (for a Saturday or a Sunday).
Irish singers needed lots of calories because they worked very hard.
(Irish farmers) needed lots of calories because (they worked very hard).
Feijoada is a popular dish from Mexico.
Feijoada is a popular dish (from Brazil).
The word 'feijoada' comes from the Portuguese word for 'meat'.
The word 'feijoada' comes from (the Portuguese word for 'bean').
The main ingredients for nasi goreng are fried rice, (chicken), prawns, (fish)
sauce and lots of chilli (peppers).
A typical Irish breakfast has Irish sausage, fried (bacon), black pudding, a fried
(egg), a vegetable roll, baked beans, fried mushrooms, fried (tomatoes),
brown(bread) and a cup of (tea).
When you cook feijoada, you put (beans), pork and (beef) into a (saucepan).

of water (a piece)
of milk (a slice)
of cheese (a can)
of cereal (a carton)
of cola (a jar)
of bread (a cup)

(a carton) of juice
a glass (of water)
(a bottle) of water
a slice (of bread)
(a can) of cola
(a jar) of honey
a bowl (of cereal)
a piece (of cheese)
a cup (of coffee)
You fry chips (in a frying pan.)
You roast chicken (in the oven.)
You serve food (in a dish.)
You boil potatoes (in a saucepan.)
You chop carrots (with a knife.)
You add salt (to your chips.)
You use flour and sugar (to bake a cake.)
You drink your tea (from a mug.)

Easy oven frittata


Ingredients
85g macaroni
1 onion
85g sweetcorn
85g peas
1 red pepper
2 eggs
150ml milk
50g cheddar cheese
Heat the oven to 200ºC. (Boil) the pasta in a (saucepan) for eight minutes. Add
the vegetables and cook for another two or three minutes. Drain the pasta and
vegetables and put them into a (baking dish).
(Mix) the eggs and the milk and (add) the cheese. Put the mix into the baking
dish and (bake) in the oven for 35–40 minutes. (Serve) with a green salad.

Unit 8 JETSTREAM ELEMENTARY- cyber homework


UNIT 7
LESSON 1
potato (COUNTABLE)
rice (UNCOUNTABLE)
apple (COUNTABLE)
pasta (UNCOUNTABLE)
milk (UNCOUNTABLE)
carrot (COUNTABLE)
beef (UNCOUNTABLE)
mushroom (COUNTABLE)
We need some oil. We don't have (any) oil.
We have some milk. We don't need (any) milk.
We don't have any tomatoes. We need (some) tomatoes.
There aren't any apples. We need (some) apples.
Do we have any rice? Is there (any) rice?
Are there any oranges? Do we have (any) oranges?
Do you sell soy sauce? Do you have (any) soy sauce?
There isn't any flour. We need (some) flour.
Example: There's some pasta in the cupboard. There isn't any pasta in the
cupboard.
I bought some tomatoes in the market. I didn't buy (any tomatoes in the market).
There weren't any snacks at the party. There were (some snacks at the party).
There's a fly in your soup. There aren't (any flies in your soup).
I didn't eat any meat yesterday. I ate (some meat yesterday).
You need carrots to cook a Spanish omelette.
You don't need (any carrots to cook a Spanish omelette).
We don't have any olive oil. We need to buy some.
We have (some olive oil). We don't need to buy (any).
We ordered some pasta at the Italian restaurant.
We didn't order (any pasta at the Italian restaurant).
I didn't have any coffee for breakfast this morning.
I had (some coffee for breakfast this morning).
Let's have fish and (chips) for lunch.
Would you like some (apple) juice?
Chicken tikka masala is an Indian (dish).
People in Thailand use coconut (milk) to cook curries.
You need bread and (butter) to make a sandwich.
British people like (milk) in their tea.
(Tomatoes) are a red fruit.
Food usually tastes better with a bit of salt and (pepper) on it.
(b a n a n a s)
(c o u r g e t t e s)
(c a r r o t s)
(f l o u r)
(o n i o n s)
(g r e e n b e a n s)
(p a s t a)
(c h i c k e n)

LESSON 2
How (many) people are there in Nigeria?
How (many) days are there in August?
How (much) ice cream do Americans eat each year?
How (much) is a litre of petrol in Venezuela?
How (many) minutes are there in a year?
How (much) of our body is water?
How (many) stars are there in the Milky Way?
How (many) pages are there in your Jetstream textbook?

I eat (too much) chocolate. I just can't stop!


I studied for the exam, but I don't remember (much).
Do you eat (any) fruit?
We don't have (a lot of) petrol. We need to find a petrol station and get (some).
I don't have (much) money in my wallet.
There were (too many) people on the beach. It was so crowded!
There aren't (many) students in the class.
I don't eat (any) meat. I'm vegetarian.
(There are many varieties of pizza, but some people believe that the name of this
dish originates from the Greek pita (or pektos in Ancient Greek, meaning solid).
The Ancient Greeks put oils, herbs and cheese on top of their bread.)
(Centuries later, the Romans created their own version of early pizza. The main
ingredients were wheat flour for the bread, and cheese, honey and bay leaves as
seasoning.)
(However, the Italians took the recipe from the Greeks – not the Romans – and
added tomato as one of the main toppings. A popular legend says that baker
Raffaele Esposito made the first modern pizza in Naples in 1889. He cooked three
different varieties of pizza in honour of Queen Margherita. One of these pizzas
had the colours of the Italian flag: red (tomato), green (basil) and white
(mozzarella cheese). Queen Margherita loved it. And that is how Margherita pizza
was born. Is this story fact or fiction? We don't really know. But one thing is
certain: the modern pizza was first made in Naples.)
When World War II finished, American soldiers who lived in Italy during the war
came back home. They missed this dish and created a demand. As a result,
many pizza restaurants opened in the USA.
(Nowadays, people enjoy pizzas all over the world. They come with many types
of toppings, and their crusts can be thin or thick, as with the typical pan pizza or
the Chicago-style pizza.)

nowadays (now)
crust (the bottom and edge of the pizza)
hard (solid)
fiction (not true)
believe (think)
wheat (a type of cereal)
main most important
toppings (the main ingredients in a pizza (meats, peppers, olives, etc.))
missed (wanted to have more of something that wasn't available)
seasoning (herbs and spices that give a lot of flavour to a dish)

(BISCUITS)
(HAMBURGER)
(FIZZYDRINK)
(CHOCOLATE)
(CAKE)
LESSON 3
(A A table for two, please.)
(B Certainly, madam. Come this way, please.)
(A Can we have the menu, please?)
(B Here you are.)
(B Are you ready to order?)
(A Yes, please. I want a tomato soup as a starter.)
(C A tomato soup for me as well, please.)
B And for the main course?
(A We'd like the lamb curry and the vegetable lasagne.)

20:30 (A table for two, please.)


20:31 . (Come this way, please.)
20:32 (Can we have the menu, please?)
20:40 Are you ready to order?
21:45 (Can we have the bill, please?)

Example: She eats fast food three times a month.


She eats in expensive restaurants (twice a year).
She has fruit (twice a day).
She has friends for dinner (once a week).
She eats meat (four times a week).
She eats fish (twice a week).
She bakes a cake (once a month).
She buys food at the supermarket (three times a month).
Nasi goreng is a typical dish from China.
Nasi goreng (is a typical dish from Indonesia).
People usually have nasi goreng with cucumber and boiled potatoes.
People usually have nasi goreng with (cucumber and boiled eggs).
An Irish breakfast is ideal for a Monday or a Tuesday.
An Irish breakfast is ideal (for a Saturday or a Sunday).
Irish singers needed lots of calories because they worked very hard.
(Irish farmers) needed lots of calories because (they worked very hard).
Feijoada is a popular dish from Mexico.
Feijoada is a popular dish (from Brazil).
The word 'feijoada' comes from the Portuguese word for 'meat'.
The word 'feijoada' comes from (the Portuguese word for 'bean').
The main ingredients for nasi goreng are fried rice, (chicken), prawns, (fish)
sauce and lots of chilli (peppers).
A typical Irish breakfast has Irish sausage, fried (bacon), black pudding, a fried
(egg), a vegetable roll, baked beans, fried mushrooms, fried (tomatoes),
brown(bread) and a cup of (tea).
When you cook feijoada, you put (beans), pork and (beef) into a (saucepan).

of water (a piece)
of milk (a slice)
of cheese (a can)
of cereal (a carton)
of cola (a jar)
of bread (a cup)

(a carton) of juice
a glass (of water)
(a bottle) of water
a slice (of bread)
(a can) of cola
(a jar) of honey
a bowl (of cereal)
a piece (of cheese)
a cup (of coffee)
You fry chips (in a frying pan.)
You roast chicken (in the oven.)
You serve food (in a dish.)
You boil potatoes (in a saucepan.)
You chop carrots (with a knife.)
You add salt (to your chips.)
You use flour and sugar (to bake a cake.)
You drink your tea (from a mug.)

Easy oven frittata


Ingredients
85g macaroni
1 onion
85g sweetcorn
85g peas
1 red pepper
2 eggs
150ml milk
50g cheddar cheese
Heat the oven to 200ºC. (Boil) the pasta in a (saucepan) for eight minutes. Add
the vegetables and cook for another two or three minutes. Drain the pasta and
vegetables and put them into a (baking dish).
(Mix) the eggs and the milk and (add) the cheese. Put the mix into the baking
dish and (bake) in the oven for 35–40 minutes. (Serve) with a green salad.
UNIT 8
LESSON 1
Stacey / play a musical instrument?
(Can Stacey play a musical instrument?) Yes, she (can).
Stacey / dance?
(Can Stacey dance?) No, she (can't).
Luke / play a musical instrument?
(Can Luke play a musical instrument?) No, he (can't).
Luke / dance?
(Can Luke dance?) Yes, he (can).
Stacey and Luke / sing well?
(Can Stacey and Luke sing well?) Yes, (they can).

'U (can't) touch this' (MC Hammer)


' (Can) I have a kiss?' (Kelly Clarkson)
'I (can't) stop loving you' (Ray Charles)
' (Can) you feel the love tonight?' (Elton John)
' (Can't) buy me love' (The Beatles)
'Just (can't) get enough' (Depeche Mode)
'Baby (can) I hold you' (Tracy Chapman)
'Because we (can)' (Bon Jovi)
'I (can't) dance' (Genesis)
'We (can) work it out' (The Beatles)
good at: He's good at speaking languages.
interested in: They're (interested in learning) languages.

good at: He's (good at playing the piano).


good at: She's (good at acting).

good at: They're (good at dancing).


good at: He's (good at playing chess).

good at: They're (good at cooking).


interested in: They're (interested in travelling).

People in France called Mr Lotito 'Monsieur Mangetout' because he had the


ability to eat … (many different unusual things.)
Mr Lotito's method for eating objects was to … (break big objects into small
pieces.)

Mr Lotito ate a robot … (after he left hospital.)


Mr Lotito … (ate nearly ten tons of metal during his life.)

Write four types of material that Mr Lotito ate.


He ate (glass), (metal), (plastic), (rubber).
How long did it take Mr Lotito to eat a plane?
It took him (two years) to eat a plane.
What two things did Mr Lotito not eat?
He didn’t eat (bananas) and (boiled eggs).
How old was Mr Lotito when he died?
He was (57) years old.
(Russian)
(Portuguese)
(Chinese)
(Italian)
(Spanish)
(Turkish)
(Japanese)
(Greek)
T'estimo. (Catalan)
Ti amo. (Italian)
Te amo. (Spanish)
Eu te amo. (Portuguese)
Ich liebe dich. (German)
Ayor anosh'ni. (Navaho)
Obicham te. (Bulgarian)

LESSON 2
We'd like a table for two, please. (restaurant)
You need to do your homework first and then you can watch TV if you
want. (parent and child)
Would you like a window seat or an aisle seat? (airport)
You're late for work again. Come this way. I need to speak to you. (office)
I want a single ticket to Market Street, please. (bus)
Do you want a double or a single? (hotel)
I'd like the red shirt, please. (clothes shop)
I need to go to the toilet, Miss. (classroom)

(She'd like to be a TV presenter one day.)


(We don't need to be here. Let's go.)
(Do you want to see our holiday pictures?)
(Would you like to come this way , please?)
(I don't love you and I don't want to see you any more.)
(If you want to speak well , you need to practise a lot.)

You need to write the name of a famous person to play this game. (TRUE)
Julia wrote William Shakespeare on her piece of paper. (FALSE)
You can't ask any questions in this game. (FALSE)
Julia says that the man on her piece of paper was born in Paris. (FALSE)
Karl says that his person has a yellow face and blue hair. (TRUE)
SIMONA Let's play a game. The (first) thing we need is paper. Do we have
any?
KARL Yes, we do.
SIMONA Can I have some?
KARL (Here) you are.
SIMONA Thanks. Here's a piece of paper for you, Julia; another piece of
paper for you, Karl; and another
one for me. Now you (need) to write down the name of a famous person
on your paper.
He or she can be living or not living. You can write William Shakespeare
or Rihanna, for example.
KARL OK, I'm ready.
JULIA I'm ready (too).
SIMONA So Julia. You start. You need to describe the man or the woman.
We ask you questions and you
answer but don't (say) the name.
KARL Is it a man or a woman?
JULIA A man. He was French.
SIMONA So he's not alive.
JULIA No, he isn't. He was born in Corsica. He liked n (playing) chess. He was a
military leader.
KARL Napoleon Bonaparte!

JULIA Well done, Karl.


KARL My turn now.
JULIA He or she?
KARL She.
SIMONA Dead or alive?
KARL Well, she's not a real person. She comes from an American cartoon on
television. She has a
yellow face and wears a green dress with a (red) necklace. And her hair is
blue.
JULIA I have no idea.
KARL OK her (husband)'s name is Homer.
SIMONA I know now. Marge Simpson.
KARL Correct.

talented)
(careful)
(clever)
(lively)
(nervous)

(AMBITIOUS)
(CAREFUL)
(CONFIDENT)
(TALENTED)
(CLEVER)
(LIVELY)
(SERIOUS)
(NERVOUS)

Unit 9 JETSTREAM ELEMENTARY- cyber homework


UNIT 9
LESSON 1
work (working)
win (winning)
tell (telling)
write (writing)
live (living)
put (putting)
drink (drinking)
lie (lying)
travel (travelling)
study (studying)
watch (watching)
play (playing)

He ('s living) with his parents at the moment because he can't find a job.
She's a journalist and she ('s writing) an article about the financial crisis in
Europe now.
Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics (are playing) now. The Celtics (are winning)
by 8 points.
...and it's a penalty for United. Rooney ('s putting) the ball on the penalty spot
now ...
Sorry, I can't see you now. I ('m working) at the office.
I can't hear you well. I ('m travelling) on the train and the signal is bad.
A Where are you?
B I'm at home. I ('m drinking) a coffee and I ('m watching) a film on TV. And you?
A I'm at home too. I ('m studying) for tomorrow's exam.
A Do you think the President ('s telling) the truth?
B I don't think so. I think he ('s lying).
Conversation 1 (In a shop)
Conversation 2 (In the street)
Conversation 3 In an office

One of the speakers bought some shoes. CONVERSATION 2


One of the speakers wanted to buy a pair of trainers. (CONVERSATION 1)

One of the speakers talks about trainers and shoes. CONVERSATION 3


One of the speakers talks about boots and shoes. CONVERSATION 2)

One of the speakers talks about things you can wear on different days.
(CONVERSATION 3)
One of the speakers thought the price was expensive. (CONVERSATION 1)

It's wrm (warm).


It's ht (hot).
It's cldy (cloudy).
It's rnng (raining).
It's cld (cold).
It's snny (sunny).
It's wndy (windy).
It's w (e) t.
It's snwng (snowing).

It's (windy) in Buenos Aires.


It's (hot) in Kinshasa.
It's (cold) in Moscow.
It's (snowing) in Washington, DC.

It's (cloudy) in Manila.


It's (sunny) in Canberra.
It's (raining) in Rabat.

shoes hat (hat) (shoes)

(shorts) (shirt) shorts

jacket jeans (boots)


(gloves) (hat) (sweater) (scarf) (leggings)

You wear this on your head. (hat)


You wear this when it’s very cold. (scarf)
Sometimes you need this for your jeans. (belt)
You wear these on your hands. (gloves)
You wear these on the beach. (flip-flops)
You wear this on top of a T-shirt. (sweater)
They go well with suits. (ties)
You wear them on your feet. (shoes)

LESSON 2
understand (bread)
see (a language)
hear (gymnastics)
taste (a noise)
Lucy studies very hard this month. She needs to pass her final exams.
Lucy (is studying very hard this month. She needs to pass her final exams).
Hyperpolyglots are speaking a lot of languages.
Hyperpolyglots (speak a lot of languages).
He usually has fish and chips on Fridays, but today he has lasagne.
He usually (has fish and chips on Fridays, but today he is having lasagne).
Who are you? I'm not knowing you.
Who are you? (I don't know you).
I have a drink at the moment.
(I'm having a drink) at the moment.

They're police officers, but they aren't wearing their uniforms now because they
don't work.
They're police officers, but they (aren't wearing their uniforms now because
they're not working).
Teachers in Japan work very long hours, but they are often earning good
salaries.
Teachers in Japan (work very long hours, but they often earn) good salaries.
Don't forget to take your umbrella with you. It rains.
Don't forget (to take your umbrella with you. It's raining).

Hi Gavin,
How are you? I (am writing) (write) this short email from a cybercafé to tell you
that we (are doing) (do) fine here in New York. There's internet connection in the
hotel, but it's quite expensive. Lucy and I (are having) (have) a great time here,
but the weather's not so good. In fact, I (am looking) (look) through the windows
right now and it (is snowing) (snow)! We usually (have) (have) meals at a
restaurant across the road from the hotel, but today we (are eating) (eat) in an
Italian restaurant on 5th Avenue. They (make) (make) the best pizzas in town!
(Are you working) (work) on your new project? Don't work too hard!
See you next week.
Best,
Brian
A Do you know Robinson Crusoe?
B Of course I do. I (love) that book. I read it every summer.
A I (hate) this weather. I can't wait for the summer.
B Yeah. I'm tired of wearing gloves, sweaters and jackets.
A Would you (like) a cold drink?
B That sounds great. A cola with ice, please.
A Here's my essay on what I did at the weekend, Ms Willis.
B Thanks, Gerard. It (looks) interesting.
A This soup (tastes) delicious.
B I know. I used fresh vegetables from the garden.
A I don't (believe) in marriage.
B I do. Did you know that married men live longer?
A You're not watching TV? How strange!
B Well, I broke my glasses this morning and I can't (see) anything without them.
A I don't (understand) this word.
B Look it up in the dictionary, then.

LESSON 3
(A Do you need any help?)
(B Yes, please. I'm looking for a pair of jeans.)
(A What size are you?). (B I think I'm a size 34.)
(A Here you are, sir. This is your size.)
(B Thank you. Can I try them on?)
(A Sure. The fitting room's over there.)
A Are you paying by credit card or cash?
(B Credit card, please.)
Do you need any (help)?
Do you have this shirt in (medium)?
What (size) are you?
Can I (try) this shirt on?
How (much) are the jeans?
Where's the (fitting) room?
Are you paying by credit card or (cash)?
I'm just (looking), thank you.
I'll (take) them.
Look at the price (tag).
Example:
wear a uniform Police officers have to wear a uniform.

go to school on Sunday Children (don't have to go to school on Sunday).


enjoy working with children Primary school teachers (have to enjoy
working with children).
serve food and drinks on a plane Pilots (don't have to serve food and drinks on a
plane).
water the plants A gardener (has to water the plants).
use a computer A journalist (has to use a computer).
know how to read music A nurse (doesn't have to know how to read music).
have a driving licence Taxi drivers (have to have a driving licence).
have a degree in medicine A doctor (has to have a degree in medicine).

(I don't have to get up early. It's Saturday.)


('Do I have to pay for my shopping bag?' 'No, you don't.')
(I have to be at the airport at ten. I have to go now.)
('Does a secretary have to use a computer?' 'Yes, she does.')

'Odd jobs' means … (jobs that are quite different from ordinary jobs.)
Abigail Gehring's father … left his job as a teacher and became a hot-dog seller.
In Abigail's opinion, you can have job success when you work hard and … you
use your imagination.
Personal shoppers … (can make a lot of money.)

Odd jobs are good for people who … (like flexible hours.)

Don't be lazy. Paragraph (2)


A few examples of odd jobs. Paragraph (3)
Family success. Paragraph (1)
Changing jobs. Paragraph (1)
The benefits of odd jobs. Paragraph (3)
Good things about two odd jobs. Paragraph (2)
Know what you are doing. Paragraph (2)
cap - (cap)
coat - (coat)
dress - (dress)
earrings - (earrings)
glasses - (glasses)
jeans - (jeans)
ring - (ring)
socks - (socks)
swimsuit - (swimsuit)
tights - (tights)
tracksuit - (tracksuit)
trainers - (trainers)
I always strange clothes after I have a shower.
I (always change clothes after I have) a shower.
I still don't know what to were for the party.
I still (don't know what to wear) for the party.
Can I fry these jeans on?
Can I (try these jeans on)?
This swimsuit doesn't sit me properly.
This swimsuit (doesn't fit) me properly.
Is it OK if I follow your tracksuit?
Is it OK if I (borrow your tracksuit)?
Thank you for spending me your earrings. I'll give them back tomorrow.
Thank you for (lending me your earrings). I'll give them back tomorrow.
It's very hot in here! Why don't you bake off your sweater?
It's very hot in here! Why (don't you take off) your sweater?

Unit 10 JETSTREAM ELEMENTARY- cyber homework

UNIT 10
LESSON 1
Tom (is going to) wash the car.
Tom (is going to) go shopping.
Tom and Joanna (aren't going to) have a drink.
Tom (is going to) put some petrol in the car.
Tom and Joanna (are going to) go to the cinema.
Tom (isn't going to) buy tickets for the Bruno Mars concert.

A Where (are you going to go) (go) for your summer holiday?
B To Tenerife.
A Who (are you going to travel) (travel) with?
B With my girlfriend.
A And what (are you going to do) (do) there?
B Oh, there are lots of things to do and see there. We (are going to go) (go)
to the beach
every day and we (are going to see) (see) the sights.
A (Are you going to rent) (rent) a car?
B Yes, we are. They aren't very expensive to rent.
A When (are you going to travel) (travel)?
B On August 7th.
A How long (are you going to stay) (stay)?
B Just one week.
A (Are you going to speak) (speak) Spanish there?
B No, I'm not. I don't speak it, but my girlfriend does.
A Have a great time.
B Thanks.

You always dance salsa on a mat. (FALSE)


If you join a gym, you can do weight lifting there. (TRUE)
You can climb or skip with a rope. (TRUE)
You can do yoga on a mat. (TRUE)
Both karate and Pilates are martial arts. (FALSE)
Exercise bikes don't move. (TRUE)
You always use a ball for weight lifting. (FALSE)
You can dive into the sea or into the swimming pool. (TRUE)
mirror - (mirror)
weights - (weights)
mat - (mat)
machine - (machine)
ball - (ball)

LESSON 2
Athens is (hotter) (hot) than Helsinki.
Sweden is (larger) (large) than Norway.
Iceland is (colder) (cold) than Jamaica.
Skiing is (more dangerous) (dangerous) than playing golf.
The underground is (quicker) (quick) than the bus.
Eating a lot of sweets is (worse) (bad) for your health than eating a lot of fruit.
Cats are (more popular) (popular) pets than dogs.
Horses are (more intelligent) (intelligent) than cows.
Dogs can run (faster) (fast) than humans.
English is (easier) (easy) to learn than Hungarian.
Which river is (longer) (long)?
Which country is (more populated) (populated)?
Which is (further) (far)?
Which animal is usually (heavier) (heavy)?
Which mountain is (higher) (high)?
Which city is (more polluted) (polluted)?
Who's (older) (old)?
Who's (younger) (young)?
Which is (better) (good) for back pain?
Which is (more expensive) (expensive)?
Which river is longer? (the Mississippi)
Which country is more populated? (the Philippines)
Which is further / farther? (Los Angeles to New York)
Which animal is usually heavier? (a bull)
Which mountain is higher? (Mont Blanc)
Which city is more polluted? (Delhi)
Who's older? (Paul McCartney)
Who's younger? (Rihanna)
Which is better for back pain? (Pilates)
Which is more expensive? (platinum)

things you want to change in your life (CORRECT)


a promise to yourself (CORRECT)
an English festival (INCORRECT)
a decision you make (CORRECT)
a new form of exercise (INCORRECT)
eacher (lose weight)
Daniel (do things in English)
Carla (go swimming)
other people (walk more)

Michael Jordan usually wore (the number 23 on his back.)


The boy ate too many sweets (and now his stomach hurts.)
The old lady fell down (and she injured her knee joint.)
Weight lifting at the gym is great way to build muscle.
Big dogs usually have trouble (with their spine when they get old.)

back (rope)
(stomach) injuries
(do) your muscles
in (spine) shape
on (an energetic) stomach

LESSON 3
A I'm feeling really stressed at work.
(B You shouldn't work too much.)
A But I have so many things to do!
(B Perhaps you should try yoga.)
A I'm not really into yoga.
(B Well , why don't you look for a new job?)
A But I have a really good salary in this job.
(B Perhaps you could talk to your boss.)
A Yes, that's a good idea. I'll try that.

A I don't feel well. My head hurts.


B I'm not surprised. You spend too much time sitting in front of your
computer. It's not good to be inside
all day. (Why don't you go out for a walk) and get some fresh air?
A You're right. I'm going to put on a pair of shorts and trainers. Would you
like to come with me?
B OK. Where should we go?
A (Perhaps we could go to the supermarket) and get some stuff.
B That's fine, but (we shouldn't carry too much weight).
A I know. Just a few things.
B Let's go, then!
You shouldn't use (a lift when there's a fire in the building.)
You shouldn't do (exercise after a big meal.)
You should walk (at least 30 minutes a day.)
You shouldn't smoke (if you are a professional athlete.)
Children shouldn't talk (to strangers.)
You shouldn't play (loud music at night.)
You should switch (off your phone if you're at the library.)
You shouldn't speak (loudly on the phone when you're travelling on a train.)

I have an exam tomorrow. (watch TV / study) (Should I watch TV or study?)


(You shouldn't watch TV.) (You should study.)
I'm travelling to Chicago in January. (pack / summer clothes / winter clothes)
(Should I pack summer clothes or winter clothes?)
(You shouldn't pack summer clothes.) (You should pack winter clothes.)
My back hurts. (lift weights / rest) (Should I lift weights or rest?)
(You shouldn't lift weights.) (You should rest.)
I want to get fitter. (drive a car / ride a bike) (Should I drive a car or ride a bike?)
(You shouldn't drive a car.) (You should ride a bike.)
I want to get a really good seat. (book / late / early) (Should I book late or early?)
(You shouldn't book late.) (You should book early.)
I would like to have a healthier lifestyle. (drink / cola / water) (Should I drink cola
or water?)
(You shouldn't drink cola.) (You should drink water.)

(What are you going to do at the weekend?)


(They aren't going to go on holiday this time.)
(The plane is going to take off.)
(Playing golf is more boring than playing tennis.)
Doctors are better paid than nurses.)
(You shouldn't have too much to eat late at night.)
(Should I join a salsa class?)
(They both enjoy doing sport.)

(Move around more – sit less)


Use the stairs at home or at work, not the lift. Walking is a great form of exercise.
Did you know that people who walk their dogs for 20 minutes a day five times a
week can lose seven kilos in one year? There's a lot of exercise that you can do
at home too. Buy a mat and try yoga. It helps you feel and sleep better. Go online
and look for videos on exercising at home that you can do on your mat.
(Change the way you eat in restaurants)
Studies show that if you drink a full glass of water before a meal or if you start
your meal with soup, you eat less. Water makes you feel full and helps with
digestion. Leave one third of your main course and ask the waiter or waitress to
put it in a box for you so you can have it next day. Have a glass of fresh orange
juice for dessert. A side salad or boiled potatoes are healthier than chips.
(Think about things, not results)
Instead of saying 'I want to be slimmer', tell yourself 'I'm going to go jogging
twice a week'. You can also write one goal on a piece of paper just before you go
to bed and put it next to your pillow. For example, write 'Tomorrow I'm going to
eat three pieces of fruit' so you can read it when you wake up in the morning.
You can't do much exercise at home. (FALSE)
Yoga is good to help you sleep well. (TRUE)
Only eat one-third of your meal when you go to a restaurant. (FALSE)
Water makes you hungry. (FALSE)
Telling yourself 'I'm going to go jogging once a week' is betterthan saying 'I want
to be slimmer'. (TRUE)
ARM
HAND
ANKLE
TOE
LUNGS
HIP
LEG
KNEE
ELBOW
SPINE

(s h o u l d e r)
(h e a r t)
(m u s c l e s)
(f i n g e r)
(n e c k)
(b r a i n)
(f o o t)
(w r i s t)

I love these shoes. They're so comf (comfortable).


He does exercise every day. He's very fi (fit).
Bobotie is a very pop (popular) South African dish.
Some people want a comp (complete) ban on smoking in public.
Women are usually more

Unit 11 JETSTREAM ELEMENTARY- cyber homework


Unit 1
Nicole (has eaten) Japanese food.
Stephanie (hasn't studied) at university.
Stephanie and Andrew (haven't seen) the Taj Mahal.
Stephanie and Andrew (have learned) to play a musical instrument.
Nicole and Andrew (haven't read) The Da Vinci Code.
Nicole (hasn't learned) to play a musical instrument.
Nicole and Andrew (have studied) at university.
Stephanie (has read) The Da Vinci Code.

Have you ever driven a sports car?)


(I have never been to Machu Picchu , but I would like to.)
(Has she done her homework?)
(I haven't had time to read your email.)
(Haven't we seen this person before?)
(The TV show hasn't started.)
(I have always been very lucky in life.)
(Blue has always been my favourite colour.)

She was in a city. (ALISON)


She was by the sea. (CARLA)
She went on holiday for fewer than seven days. (ALISON)
She swam in the sea. (CARLA)
She was on a boat. (ALISON)
She went to a disco. (ALISON)
She sang songs. (CARLA)
She went to bed late. (CARLA)
She got a present. (ALISON)
She sat by a fire. (CARLA)

The first thing we did when we woke up in the morning was go and (swim) (in) (the)
(sea).
We (sang) (songs) at night by the fire.
We (booked) the plane tickets online.
The four-star hotel we stayed in was (really) (nice) and it was only two minutes' walk
from the Blue Mosque.
Pete took a really (beautiful) (ring) from his pocket.

The National Gallery is an art museum in Trafalgar (Square) in London.


The largest (desert) in the world is the Sahara.
You can see the Great Barrier (Reef) from outer space.
There's a memorial to John Lennon in Central (Park) in New York.
A (cliff) is a high area of rock with a very steep side.
The Angels Falls in Venezuela is the tallest (waterfall) in the world at 979 metres.
Another word for 'woods' is (forest).
A (hill) is smaller than a mountain.
bch (beach)
slnd (island)
mntn (mountain)
pyrmd (pyramid)
rvr (river)
wd (wood)

lesson 2
Has Rosa ever travelled by boat? (Yes, she has.)
Did you remember to water the plants? (Yes, I did.)
Have we booked the flight? (No, we haven't.)
Have you heard the news? (No, I haven't.)
Has Paul emailed you the photos? . (No, he hasn't.)
Have Mark and Ellie got married? (Yes, they have.)
Did your girlfriend like the present? (Yes, she did.)
Did they go to discos when they were younger? . (No, they didn't.)

Just a short message to tell you that we're in Paris now. We (landed) (land) at Charles
de Gaulle airport last Tuesday. We (went) (be) to the Louvre Museum and we (saw)
(see) Notre Dame on Wednesday. Last night, we (had) (have) dinner at a typical
French restaurant. We (ate) (eat) quiche Lorraine and duck. The waitress
(recommended) (recommend) frogs' legs, but we (didn't order) (not order) them. This
morning, we (went) (go) to the Sacré Coeur and (took) (take) some pictures there, and
later today, we're going to take a walk down the Champs Elysées.
(Have you had) (have) any news from Laura? I (haven't heard) (not hear) from her for a
long time. Hope she's doing well.

A (Have you ever slept) (you / ever / sleep) in a tent?


B Yes, I have. (My husband and I went) (my husband and I / go) camping two years
ago.
A (Did you like) (you / like) it?
B Yes, (it was) (it / be) fun. You should try it.
A (Have you ever met) (you / ever / meet) a famous person?
B No, I haven't. What about you?
A Yes, I have.
B Who (did you meet) (you / meet)?
A (I saw) (I / see) Harrison Ford when (I went) (I / go) to Los Angeles.
B What (did you do) (you / do)?
A Nothing. (I just looked) (I / just / look) at him.
A (Did you see) (you / see) Mark and Pete at the weekend?
B Yes, I did. (I met) (I / meet) them on Saturday.
A (I haven't seen) (I / not / see) them for ages.
B (We went) (we / go) to the King's Arms first and then clubbing.
A That (was) (be) nice.

Paragraph 1
good examples and ideas (inspiration)
in good physical condition (fit)
way of doing something; technique (method)
Paragraph 2
long seats you can find in streets or parks (benches)
tops of buildings (roofs)
able to bend your body well (flexible)
change of position (move)
Paragraph 3
in opposition to (against)

Parkour started in France before 1980. (FALSE)


David's father used the Natural Method. (TRUE)
You need to move slowly when you practise parkour. (FALSE)
You don't need much equipment in parkour. (TRUE)
A jam is a kind of move that you do in parkour. (FALSE)
You need to use your hands in passement. (TRUE)
David Belle thinks it is important to know what you can or can't do. (TRUE)
Many people think that parkour is a type of athletics. (TRUE)

Lesson 3
How much is a return ticket? (It’s £25.)
Single or return? . (Return, please.)
How long does it take? . (About 35 minutes.)
What time does the train leave? (At seven o’clock.)
How far is it? (It’s a long way.)
How many tickets? (Two, please. One single and one return.)
Is it far? (No, it’s not far.)

A A ticket to Newcastle, please.


B Single or married (return)?
A Single, please.
Boxing (Booking) your tickets online is cheaper than at the ticket office.
It's a large (long) way from Hong Kong to Beijing.
Have a good travel (trip)!
A What (How) much is that?
B It's £34.
AFor both of us?
B No, every (each). All together, that's £68.
A How fast (far) is it?
B It's 120 miles away.

I'm afraid we don't have (enough grapes) to make a fruit salad.


She didn't study (hard enough) to pass the exam.
This flat is (big enough) for a family of four.
I don't have (enough money) to buy a new car.
Take a break. You have been online (long enough).
'Another glass?' 'No, thanks. I think I've had (enough wine).'

Don't worry. We still have (enough time) to catch the train. (enough)
This watch is (too expensive). Don't you have anything cheaper? (too)
That recipe looks (easy enough) for me to try. (enough)
That box is (too heavy) to carry. (too)
This water is (too cold). I don't think I want to swim in it. (too)
There aren't (enough chairs) for everyone. Could you bring some more, please?
(enough)
He can't win the 100 metres race. He isn't (fast enough). (enough)
He's (too young) to watch that type of film. (too)
(DEPARTUREGATE)
(BOARDINGPASS)
(RECLAIM)
- (CHECK-INDESK)
(HANDLUGGAGE)
(AIRPORT)

(backpack)(suitcase)(ticket)(platform)(coach)(station)
bungee (jumping)
extreme (ironing)
hot-air (ballooning)
rock (climbing)
scuba (diving)
skate (boarding)
white-water (rafting)
wind (surfing)

He went bungee jumping from a 100-metre tall (bridge).


You need to take off your shoes before you walk into the (mosque).
A (cathedral) is a big church.
They found some amazing prehistoric paintings of horses in the (cave).
They built the (castle) in the 12th century.
The (field) was full of flowers in May.
You can catch big fish in that (lake).
Earth is the only planet that has (oceans).
That (motorway) is very busy on a Monday morning.
This red wine comes from the Napa (Valley) in California.

Einstein moved (to) the United States in 1933.


I go (to) work by bus.
Go (over) the bridge to cross the river.
There’s a free boat service to take passengers (across) the river.
The train from London to Paris goes (through) the Channel Tunnel.
He got (into) the car, closed the door and started driving.
In a crossword puzzle, you find words going down and words going (across).
The ball went (through) the window and broke the glass.
The cat went (into) the box, sat down in it and fell asleep.
The plane flew (over) the mountains.

Let's meet (at) the bus stop, then.


The office is (on) the first floor.
Her brother lives (in) New York.
Ask the man (at) the front desk. He'll give you the key.
I always keep business cards (in) my wallet.
I work (at) a bank.
There's a mirror (on) the wall.
Do you live (in) a house or a flat?
Uruguay is a country (in) South America.
Just leave it (on) the table for me.

Unit 12 JETSTREAM ELEMENTARY- cyber homework


Lesson 1
dry (the driest)
long (the longest)
important (the most important)
tall (the tallest)
typical (the most typical)
fast (the fastest)
small (the smallest)
far (the furthest)
high (the highest)
famous (the most famous)

Sequoias are (the tallest) trees in the world.


The Atacama Desert is (the driest) place in the world.
La Paz is (the highest) capital in the world.
James Bond is (the most famous) secret agent in the world.
The giraffe is the animal with (the longest) neck.
The cheetah is (the fastest) animal.
The king is (the most important) piece in chess.
Neptune is (the furthest) planet from the Sun.
The Vatican City is (the smallest) country in the world.
Pasta is (the most typical) Italian food.
Seventeen-year-old Brazilian Marcel Fernandes Filho has (become) the fastest
texter in the world. He typed a 26-word message perfectly in just 18.19 seconds
using his mobile phone to have his (name) in the Guinness Book of Records. The
previous champion's record was 18.44 seconds. Marcel texted these two
sentences with no (spelling) or punctuation mistakes:
'The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the
most ferocious freshwater (fish) in the world. In reality they seldom attack
a(human).'
How did he get so much (practice) to be the world's number-one texter? Marcel
says that one day his computer screen stopped (working). This made him angry
and he took a hammer and (broke) it. He was 13 at the time. After that, he started
using his mobile phone for everything because he didn't have (enough) money to
buy a new computer.
It isn't a surprise that the new champion is a teenager. We all know that they are
the biggest texters in the world. The London Olympics opening ceremony in
2012 included teenagers texting from their smartphones to (show) an example of
the culture of (today).
Marcel says that he doesn't really (spend) too much time using his mobile phone.
He says he's very busy studying physics at a college in Brazil. He also enjoys
playing electric guitar and (meeting) friends face to face.

(the fastest texter)


(the most ferocious fish)
(the biggest texters)

I have a shower first, next I get dressed, (then I have breakfast.)


I never go to work by car. (I always take the underground.)
I need to get up early in the morning (to study for my exam.)
We usually go (swimming at the weekend.)
Yolanda's thinking about doing aerobics . (or gymnastics to get fit.)
Did you have a good time . (at Tim's birthday party last night?)
We're having a picnic at the park tomorrow. Would you like to come?
She does judo four times a week. . (She's a blue belt now.)
Can you explain again? (I don't get it.)
Never go shopping on a Saturday. . (There are too many people.)

get (university)
go (gymnastics )
do (football )
have (thirsty)
get (skiing )
go (lunch)
do (skiing)
have (on holiday)

lesson 2

Grace (could) ride a bike when she was four.


I could run a marathon when I was 30.
I could speak German when I was younger, but I have forgotten it now.
I forgot my house key, so I had to climb in through the window.
I lost my bus pass, so I had to buy another one.
I missed the last bus, so I could (had to) walk home.
My suitcase was 25 kilos, so I had to pay extra to check it in.
The cat was really sick, so we had to take it to the vet.

The street was too noisy. I (couldn't) sleep at all.


The TV broke, so we (couldn't) watch the football game.
There was a red flag on the beach, so the children (couldn't) swim in the sea.
There were no tickets for the 8pm show, so we (had to) buy tickets for the 10pm
one.
They were really busy at the restaurant, so we (had to) wait 40 minutes for our
meal.
We (couldn't) find a babysitter, so we didn't go out for dinner.
When I was a teenager, I (had to) be back home by 10pm.
You (could) see the cathedral from our hotel room. It was a great view.

air conditioning - (air conditioning)


balcony - (balcony)
breakfast - (breakfast)
flat-screen TV - (flat-screen TV)
garage - (garage)
heating - (heating)
lift - (lift)
spa/sauna - (spa/sauna)
minibar - (minibar)
wheelchair access - (wheelchair access)

Turn the air conditioning on, please. (It's really hot in this room.)
There's a great view of 5th Avenue (from this balcony.)
The price is $88 per night, (breakfast included.)
Please ask for the remote control (for your flat-screen TV at reception.)
Turn on the heating, please. (It's freezing in this room.)
Your room is on the third floor (and the lift is to your left.)
Ask for extra towels (for the spa at reception.)
All rooms are equipped with a minibar. Mineral water is free of charge.
The wheelchair access (ramp is by the main door.)

Lesson 3
(A Can I help you?)
(B Yes, my name's Chris Collins. I have a reservation.)
(A Just checking … Yes, Mr Collins. A single room for three nights?)
(B That's right.)
(A Could I have your passport, please?)
(B Here you are. I have one question: is there WiFi in the room?)
(A Yes, but I'm afraid there's an extra charge for it.)
B How much is that?
(A It's €6 a day. But you can go to the Business Centre for free internet. Is there
anything else I can help you with?)
(B No, thanks. It's fine.)
(A You're in room 412. Have a nice stay, Mr Collins.)

How did you make the reservation? (I booked online about a month ago.)
A double room for the weekend, please. (Sorry, madam, I'm afraid we're fully
booked.)
I'm sorry, but my TV doesn't work. (I'll send someone up to fix it.)
Where's the gym, please? It's on the ground floor.
Excuse me, I asked for a double room. (I'm sorry sir. I can put you in room 602.
Would you like to move now?)

(Have you ever been to an English-speaking country?)


(They never get up early at the weekend.)
(She is often angry but not today.)
(They went skiing in the Alps two years ago.)
(How often do you see your parents?)
(Keisha and Alaina are very good at playing basketball.)
(You don't have to pay for the concert. It's free.)
(Should I bring a bottle of wine for the picnic?)

They're interested (in) learning Spanish at the new language school.


Nice (to) meet you.
The entrance is (on) the ground floor.
Have a nice weekend! See you (on) Monday!
Go (to) bed! It's very late!
I get up (at) about seven every morning.
They're very good (at) languages. They speak English, Spanish, German and a
little Italian.
He lives (in) a village in Slovakia.
He's married (to) a famous actress.
The easiest way to get here is (by) bus.

Barbara Tinker has just finished her studies at Howard University in Washington,
DC. She talks to us about her experience at university and her plans for the
future.
'About six years ago, I (went) (go) on a school trip to Oaxaca in Mexico. We (had)
(have) a great time and I (fell) (fall) in love with the Spanish language. When we
(came) (come) back from the trip, I started listening to a lot of songs in Spanish. I
(didn't understand) (not understand) much then, but I (understand) (understand)
much more now!
Then I (finished) (finish) high school and I decided to study Spanish at Howard. I
loved it. The best part was an online language exchange programme.
We(chatted) (chat) in English and Spanish with students at the Universidad
Autónoma de México and it was a great way to practise the language and also to
make friends. Last June, we (had) (have) the graduation ceremony and I (got)
(get) my degree in Spanish.
What (are) (be) my plans for the future? First, I (am going to have) (have) a gap
year. I want to travel around and visit a few countries in Central America. I'd like
to do some volunteering work. After that, I (am going to look) (look) for a job in
Washington, DC, as a Spanish teacher.'
I (couldn't) speak English when I was ten, but I speak it well now.
Many people hate (wearing) a tie for work.
She (doesn't) spend much money on clothes.
Barack Obama (was born) in Hawaii.
John Lennon (wrote) Imagine.
' (Did you go) to the cinema at the weekend?' 'Yes, I did.'
There (aren't) any onions. We need to buy some.
'What (are you doing) now?' 'Just watching TV. And you?'
She ('s going to start) university next year.
I (have never been) to Machu Picchu, but I would love to.

Speaker 1: (a car)
Speaker 2: (a mobile phone)
Speaker 3: (a ring)
Speaker 4: (a guitar)

You can do many things with it. (Speaker 2)


It was a present from a family member. (Speaker 3), (Speaker 4)
Another family member uses it too. (Speaker 1)

hotel (sea)
room (reception)
single (twin)
twin (view)
(password) bill
(bill) call
(twin) service
(service) view

A Excuse me, could I have the WiFi (password), please?


B Yes, it's XTR7836P.
A Could I have a (wake-up) call in the morning, please?
B Certainly, madam. What time should we call you?
A At half past six, please.
A Do I get a sea (view) from the window?
B I'm afraid not, sir. There's an extra charge for those rooms.
A Good afternoon. I have a (reservation). My name's Andrew Hills.
B One minute, sir. That's right … Mr Hills. Can I see your passport, please?
A I'd like to book a room for tonight, please.
B A single room or a (double) room?
A A single, please.
A Room (service), can I help you?
B Yes, please. Could I have a green salad, a grilled chicken sandwich and a
small bottle of red wine?
I'm in room 507.

He’s looking for a job (as an English teacher in China.)


Our next door neighbour looks after our cat . (when we go on holiday.)
Can I borrow your dictionary? . (I need to look up a word.)
Look at this photograph! . (The colours are amazing!)
Look out! (There’s a car coming!)
Can you help me look for my glasses? (I can’t find them anywhere.)
Sam and I are going to eat out tonight. Seth is going to look after the baby.
I have looked for cheap hotels in the area, (but they’re all booked.)
We need to find a new babysitter (to look after the baby.)
Smile and look at the camera! (Say cheese!)

'Can I help you?' 'Yes, please. I'm looking (for) a pair of jeans, size 30.'
See you soon! Look (after) yourself!
Stop looking (at) your book and pay attention to what I'm saying, please!
Look (out) and don't fall on the ice!
It's easier and faster to use your mobile phone to look (up) words in a dictionary.