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إجابات وحدة6 On the move Optional-كتاب الطالب Traveller3- Student Book

إجابات الوحدة Module 6 On the move Optional   - كتاب الطالب Traveller 3- Student Book

Three short dialogues between a man and a hotel
receptionist: p.88
A text about an imaginary way of travelling: p.92
An essay discussing the options a large city offers to
young people: p.96
A short text about an unusual taxi: p.87
A magazine article about a bicycle tour: p.86

6a reading
READING
B.
  b

C.
1. B ( It refers to the route which is mentioned in the previous sentence.)
2. C (This sentence describes the beginning of the route and is followed up by the next sentence ‘Then...’)
3. A ( This sentence is the only sentence which refers to the castle, mentioned in the previous sentence.)
4. F (This sentence further explains what the cyclists do in Brussels once they get there and is connected to the previous sentence by ‘here’, a direct reference to
‘Brussels’.
5. E (The sentence gives additional information about how much the tour will cost participants (mentioned in the previous sentence) by referring to travel costs to Amsterdam.)

D.
1. d 
2. g 
3. h 
4. a 
5. b 
6. e

6a vocabulary & grammar
VOCABULARY
WORDS EASILY CONFUSED
1. tour
2. journey
3. trips
4. fare
5. ticket
6. area
7. location
8. site
9. arrive
10. get
11. reach
12. took
13. bring
14. carry

GRAMMAR
PASSIVE VOICE I
A.
1. b 
2. a

B.
Passive Voice Examples
The route is cycled..., ...cyclists are taken..., This castle
was originally constructed..., it had to be restored...,
Major work was done..., ...the Belgian border is finally
crossed..., A final dinner of... is offered..., Cheap flights
can be found..., The weather is guaranteed ...

PRACTICE
1. are considered
2. have been used
3. are called
4. can be seen
5. will find
6. carry
7. be shown

6a listening & reading
LISTENING & READING 7
B.
dialogue 3, 
dialogue 1,
dialogue 2

C.
1. A 20% special discount offer.
2. The weekend before that of the 30th and 31st.
3. He will have to leave a £500 deposit as a guarantee against any damage.
4. By credit card.
5. Two copies of the receipt.

6a vocabulary & grammar
D.
1. deposit
2. charge
3. receipt
4. expand
5. accommodate
6. discount

VOCABULARY
COMPOUND NOUNS
A.
the number of the room,
service for guests in their room

B.
package tour
holiday destination
hotel guest
peak season
return ticket
weather forecast
1. hotel guests
2. weather forecast
3. peak season
4. package tour
5. holiday destinations

GRAMMAR
CLAUSES OF REASON
It is used to explain why something happens.

CLAUSES OF CONCESSION
They express an idea in contrast with the rest of the sentence.

CLAUSES OF PURPOSE
Ss underline so that and in order to.

PRACTICE
1. Although
2. because
3. Even though
4. due to
5. in order to
6. In order to
7. as
8. despite
9. Even though

6a listening & speaking
LISTENING 9-20
• If you were going to travel somewhere by plane,
would you rather have a window seat or an aisle seat?
Open answer
• What are the following places at an airport?
Check-in desk – the place where you go to hand in your
luggage and get your boarding pass.
Terminal - the part of the airport where passengers go to
board the plane.
Gate – the place in the terminal where passengers leave
the airport to board the plane
• Which of the following documents might you need if you
want to travel by plane to another country?
Visa, passport, ID card
• If you want to change a flight reservation, which of the
following do you think you need?
Flight number, flight reservation number.
• What information does a boarding pass include?
The passenger’s name, the flight number, the seat
number (not always- low budget flights have a first
come –first board policy), the date, the scheduled time
of departure, the points of departure and arrival.
• What do you think a frequent flyer programme is? What
kind of person would have a frequent flyer card?
A frequent flyer programme is a reward programme
through which people who frequently fly using one
or a combination of air companies get points that
correspond to air miles covered that can be exchanged
for products or even for free tickets. This scheme is
mostly used by businessmen who fly often due to the
nature of their work- they might work in multinational
companies operational all over the world.

B.
1. b 
2. c 
3. c 
4. a 
5. b 
6. b

SPEAKING
Suggested answers  إجابات مُقترحة
Bike
Advantages
• Perfect for short distances in the city centre.
• Ideal for avoiding traffic.
• Environmentally friendly.
• Cheap –no fuel needed.
• Easy to park everywhere and can be used in combination with other means of transport, such as tram or train.
• Helps you keep fit.
Disadvantages
• Not for everyone.
• You are exposed to the weather conditions.
• Not very comfortable; especially if you work in an office,
you arrive sweaty.
• Tiring for those who are not used to exercising.
• When you cycle in the centre you inhale polluted air and because you exercise at the same time, this could lead to breathing problems.
Car
Advantages
• Freedom of movement – you can drive anywhere you
want without depending on public transport.
• Convenient if you want to carry heavy stuff, small
furniture or even groceries.
• Ideal for transport in extreme cold or hot – you are not subject to weather conditions.
Disadvantages
• Expensive to maintain (insurance, special local council
fares, petrol, rented parking spots).
• Gas emissions are harmful to the environment.
• Creates traffic problems in the city centre.
• Difficult to find a parking space in the city centre.
• Using the car all the time leads to lack of exercise.
Aeroplane
Advantages
• Fastest way to travel long distances.
• Aeroplanes are often more comfortable than cars for long
distances.
• Booking flights using the Net is very convenient.
Disadvantages
• High ticket prices.
• Harmful to the environment.
• High levels of noise pollution in areas near airports.

6a writing
WRITING A PARAGRAPH
EXPRESSING AN OPINION
B.
إجابات مفتوحة

C.
1. At the beginning of the paragraph.
Phrases used: In my opinion, in my experience
2. Para 1: Firstly, Next, Finally
Para 2: In the first place, What’s more, Last but not least

D.
Suggested answers إجابات مُقترحة


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

C.
1. d (‘... is based on the mix of science and fantasy...’)
2. d (all other technological gadgets are mentioned in the second paragraph)
3. b (‘It is argued ... that this (warp speed) will never be possible as it goes against the laws of physics.’)
4. b (‘..., a fictional machine which could transport people and things to wherever they wanted to go immediately.’)
5. c (‘It could, however, still have consequences for transportation in the future.’)

6b vocabulary & grammar
D.
1. f 
2. a 
3. g 
4. e 
5. b 
6. c 
7. d

VOCABULARY
1. NOUNS DESCRIBING OCCUPATIONS
write, science

B.

C.
1. politicians
2. scientists
3. receptionist
4. artist
5. electrician
6. reporter

2. PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES WITH
‘AT ’ AND ‘ IN’
A.
In many respects, at warp speed, at ... the speed of light, in the case of Star Trek, in fact, in reality, at work, in the classroom, in the future

B.
1. At first
2. in a bad mood
3. at the age of
4. at the latest
5. In other words
6. in a mess
7. in detail
8. at least

6b vocabulary & grammar
3. ADJECTIVE SUFFIXES
A.
The word ‘different’ derives from ‘differ’. The suffix used is -ent.
The word ‘fictional’ derives from ‘fiction’. The suffix used is -al.

B.

GRAMMAR
PASSIVE VOICE II
A.
1. Long before the technology became commonplace, people were using mobiles and hand-held phones in Star Trek.
We are still not sending spaceships into space at warp speed...
2. We form the Present Progressive and Past Progressive in the Passive Voice by adding the past participle of the verb to the Present Progressive and Past Progressive of
the verb ‘be’.
Subject + is/are being + past participle (+ agent)
Subject + was/were being + past participle (+ agent)
3. b

B.
Suggested answers
They are decorating the house. → The house is being
decorated.
They were decorating the house. → The house was being
decorated.
They say he is extremely talented. → It is said that he is
extremely talented./He is said to be extremely talented.

PRACTICE
1. The politician is being interviewed at the moment.
2. Tim’s last book is said to be a huge success.
3. Two laptops were being used for this project.
4. Niles is believed to be a millionaire.
5. The e-mails are being sent as we speak.
6. It is thought that the house on the hill belongs to a rich businessman.

ENGLISH IN USE
1. successful
2. exciting
3. travellers
4. daily
5. traditional
6. costly
7. additional
8. popularity

6b listening & speaking
LISTENING 21
1. c 
2. a 
3. a 
4. c 
5. c

SPEAKING
A.
Suggested answers   إجابات مُقترحة
A1 (sandy beach)
Advantages
• Relaxing holidays combined with some water sports such as scuba diving
• Perfect chance to let off steam and recharge your batteries
• Good opportunity to get to know other cultures and civilisations
Disadvantages
• Expensive to fly to exotic islands
• Not for everyone
A2 (ski resort)
Advantages
• Ideal for people who like winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding
• Refreshing and energising way to get some exercise and be close to nature at the same time
Disadvantages
• Not suitable for people who are not into winter sports or do not like cold weather

B.
Suggested answers   إجابات مُقترحة
B1 (package holidays)
• You don’t have to worry about booking tickets, hotel accommodation or sightseeing - everything is arranged by the tourist agency
• A travel guide accompanies the group and guides them giving them useful information about places of interest
• Much safer
B2 (independent travelling)
• You have to book flights, look for accommodation and become your own tourist guide, which means you have to devote a lot of time to reading guides.
• Freedom to choose the places you visit, where to eat and so on. You can always adjust your schedule and stay longer in one place or leave earlier.
• You might get lost or disoriented which is a problem especially if you don’t speak the language.
• Independent travelling is not for everyone.

6b writing
B.
Ss should underline the following:
Your teacher has asked you to write an essay on the
following topic:
Many young people prefer to leave small towns and move
to larger cities because they feel there are more options
available. What is your opinion?
What are you asked to do? b

C.
1. b 
2. b 
3. a

D.

6b writing

E.
1. d
2. a (For instance, such as, What’s more)
3. c (For example)
4. b (In my opinion)

G.
Suggested outline
Introduction
Agree with the idea that the ideal holiday destination is a
small, peaceful town.
Main Part
Para 1: relax, walk around the town, enjoy local
specialities
Para 2: away from the hectic city lifestyle, no noise and
traffic, perfect for recharging your batteries
Conclusion
Taking everything into consideration, there is no doubt that...

6 round-up
VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR
A.
1. c 
2. b 
3. d 
4. c 
5. a
6. c 
7. b 
8. c 
9. a 
10. b

B.
1. a 
2. a 
3. b 
4. d 
5. c
6. c 
7. c 
8. a 
9. c 
10. b

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

D.
1. be
2. order
3. been
4. of
5. being
6. make
7. It
8. which

E.
1. because of (the)
2. so that I would not
3. in spite of training
4. is believed that Mike was
5. are being provided with
6. was caught by the police
7. in order to lose
8. even though she felt

LISTENING 22-23
1. c 
2. b 
3. c 
4. b 
5. c 
6. c


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