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إجابات الوحدة 7 Up-to-date Optional-كتاب الطالب Traveller3- Student Book

إجابات الوحدة Module 7 Up-to-date Optional - كتاب الطالب Traveller 3- Student Book

A dialogue between two young women: p.104
A text about using new technology in language learning:
p.102
An announcement about a course in Modern Art: p.113
An article about restaurants using new technology: p.108
A short text about a trendy way to keep fit: p.110
A letter to the editor of a school newspaper: p.107

READING
B.
c (‘a’ is too general whereas ‘b’ is wrong because it
refers only to an aspect of the new teaching methods,
some of which still require the presence of the teacher)

C.
1. F (‘On the Internet there are countless sites dedicated to language learning.’)
2. T (‘...we will sit in front of the computer, log on from home, and “meet” our teacher and other learners in a “virtual” classroom.’)
3. T (‘The teacher, or moderator, encourages the language learner to analyse what and how he or she wants to learn and then helps him or her to achieve those ends.’)
4. F (‘Tandem learning means learning with a partner who is a native speaker of the language you are learning, but who is also learning your native language.’)
5. NM
6. F (‘Will the teacher be unnecessary? It is unlikely.’)

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

VOCABULARY
ADJECTIVES + PREPOSITIONS
A.


B.
1. nervous about
2. relevant to
3. responsible for
4. similar to
5. aware of

GRAMMAR
INFINITIVES AND –ING FORMS
A.
1. b 
2. a 
3. d 
4. e 
5. c

B.
1. c 
2. d 
3. a 
4. b

C.
1. b 
2. a

PRACTICE
1. to see
2. affect
3. to do
4. walking
5. not have
6. to get
7. to buy
8. paying

7a listening & reading
LISTENING & READING 34
B.
• A makeover is a complete change to the appearance of a person or place done in order to improve it.
• This shopping centre has got over 350 shops, it’s got a gym and the shop assistants can help you improve your appearance.

C.
1. B
2. S
3. M
4. M
5. M
6. M
7. S
8. S

7a vocabulary & grammar
1. b 
2. a 
3. c 
4. a 
5. b

GRAMMAR
CAUSATIVE FORM
1. No, she didn’t; a hairstylist and make-up artist did it for her.
2. She bought new jewellery and clothes herself.
3. The verb ‘have’ (followed by an object and the past participle of the main verb).

PRACTICE
1. Andy will have a suit made (by a tailor).
2. Mrs Adams is having her hair dyed.
3. Linda had all the food prepared (by a catering company).
4. Didn’t you have your car serviced yesterday?
5. Mr Wilson had all the letters typed and sent.
6. I am going to have the house cleaned.

7a listening & speaking
LISTENING 36
B.
 b
C.
1. an architect
2. food
3. educational
4. $200
5. battery

SPEAKING
Advantages/Disadvantages - Suggested answers   إجابات مُقترحة
Picture A
Fast food: very popular with young people
Negative aspects:
• consumption of junk food is bad for your health
Positive aspects:
• convenient
• inexpensive
Picture B
Computer / online games: very popular with young
people
Negative aspects:
• Some people spend too much time playing these games
and neglect other aspects of life.
• It can cause health problems.
Positive aspects:
• fun
• challenging
• educational
Picture C
Shopping mall: very popular with young people
Negative aspects:
• Teenagers can become addicted to shopping constantly,
since the choice of shops and the products on offer are
vast.
• Young people hang out with their friends in malls instead of taking up some kind of fun hobby or sport and doing sth active.
Positive aspects:
• convenient for shopping
• food and entertainment on the premises
• family-oriented (some have creches and activities for
children)
Picture D
A laptop
Negative aspects:
• This way of communication alienates people from each
other. Teenagers tend to send e-mails to their friends/
family instead of meeting them and arranging some
kind of activity with them.
Positive aspects:
• A convenient way to communicate when people are not able to meet due to busy schedules or distance.
• Relatively inexpensive compared to telephone communication.

7a writing
WRITING A LET TER ( TO THE EDITOR)
EXPRESSING AN OPINION
B.
• He addresses the issue of unhealthy dinners offered
to schoolchildren.
• Open response.
C.
a, b, d, f, g, h
D.
a. concerned
b. obesity
c. provide
d. nutritious
e. recommend
f. take action on this issue

7b reading
READING
B.
 b

C.
1. D (this sentence leads into the following one where
the manager notices the writer’s ‘confusion’)
2. B (This sentence describes what the writer did after he
gave his card to the cashier and also mentions that the
dining area is on the second floor: ‘I didn’t enjoy having
to carry my food up two flights of stairs.’)
3. C (This is the only sentence that can serve as a topic
sentence of a new paragraph describing another hightech
restaurant.)
4. A (This sentence mentions that the touch screen
tabletop allowed the customers to play games: ‘We had
so much fun playing games that...’)
5. F (This sentence mentions using the touch screen
tabletops, which were referred to in the previous
sentence, to order a taxi. In addition, no other sentence
makes sense in this gap.)
6. G (This sentence refers to the convenience of being able
to view the long lunch time queue online, because it
allowed him to pack his luggage and visit the restaurant
when the lunchtime rush was over, as mentioned in the
next sentence.)

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

VOCABULARY
1. COLLOCATIONS/ EXPRESSIONS
WITH ‘KEEP’ AND ‘HOLD’
A.
keep an eye on = watch sth carefully

B.
1. held
2. keep
3. hold
4. keeps
5. keep
6. holding
7. keep
8. hold

2. COLLOCATIONS WITH ‘LOSE’ AND ‘MISS’
A.
miss the plane = not board the plane

B.
1. missed
2. missed
3. lost
4. lost
5. missed
6. lose
7. miss
8. lose
9. missed
10. lost

3. EXPRESSIONS WITH THE WORD ‘WAY’
A.
make my way to = move towards

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

7b vocabulary & grammar
GRAMMAR
MODAL VERBS + HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE
A.
1. b 2. a 3. b 4. b
B.
They refer to the past. After the modal verb we use
‘have’ + past participle.

C.
Use should + have + past participle
Use must + have + past participle
Use may/might/could + have + past participle

PRACTICE
1. must have broken
2. must have used
3. shouldn’t have done
4. shouldn’t have lent
5. could have destroyed
6. must have paid
7. should have gone

ENGLISH IN USE
1. in
2. to
3. is
4. out
5. has
6. which/that
7. for
8. so

7b listening & speaking
LISTENING 37
B.
1. F 
2. T 
3. F 
4. F 
5. T 
6. F

SPEAKING
Suggested answers   إجابات مُقترحة
Items
Mobile phone
Ideal for communicating with friends and relatives even
if you are travelling far, since the new 3G mobile phones
offer unlimited roaming everywhere in the world. Also, a
mobile phone allows you to call in cases of emergency or
danger.
Camcorder
It is necessary if you want to remember all the places you
have visited during your holiday. Its only drawback is
that because it is quite expensive, tourists carrying one
become targets for thieves - you will be very disappointed
to go back home without it if it gets stolen, especially
because your recordings would also be lost.
Camera
I can’t think of any tourist who doesn’t have a digital
camera- the most convenient way to remember all
the places one has visited. On top of this, most digital
cameras allow you to upload the images on special
websites and not worry in case you lose it or it gets stolen.
Also, they are not as bulky as they used to be, they can fit
almost anywhere since the new ones are literally the size
of a credit card.
Laptop
Unless you are travelling for business, you really do not
need to take a laptop with you. It is bulky and can break
easily, especially if you carry it in your backpack. On
top of this, you can find a computer and an Internet
connection almost anywhere. 

7b writing
WRITING A SEMI -FORMAL LET TER/
E-MAIL BASED ON PROMPTS
B.
Faisal wants to find out what topics the new writers have to write about. He also wants to know how often the magazine will be published.

C.
Dear Mr Nizar,
was very excited to see the announcement about the
university magazine. I think the English club needs a
magazine where students can express themselves and
find out about what’s going on. I have always been fond
of writing and I would be delighted to take part in this
project!
However, I would like to have some more information
regarding the magazine. For example, you say that
writers should have free time. I have some free time,
but it is limited. So I would like to know how often the
magazine will be published.
Another question I have is about the subject matter. The
announcement mentions what’s going on on campus.
Does that include other things besides academic events?
Please let me know.
Looking forward to your reply.
Best wishes,
Faisal Al Saad

D.
1. in a formal way: Dear Mr Nizar
2. They are a combination of both direct and indirect questions. (So I would like to know..., Does that include...?)
3. c
4. He signs off semi-formally: Best wishes

7b writing
1. I was wondering what time the museum opens.
2. I would like to know how much work the project will involve.
3. I would be grateful if you could tell me how much the course costs.
4. Could you tell me how I can get to 5th Street?
5. I would like to know when registration starts.
6. I am interested in finding out if/whether the university offers accommodation.

F.
You have seen the following announcement about a Modern Art course offered by an Art teacher who is an old friend of your family. Read the announcement
and the notes you have made. Then, write a letter to the teacher using all your notes.
Ss have to state their interest in art, they need to ask about the cost of the course, its duration and the days the course is going to be held.

7 round-up
VOCABULARY & GRAMMAR
A.
1. b 2. a 3. c 4. d 5. a
6. b 7. c 8. c 9. b 10. a
B.
1. b 2. b 3. c 4. c 5. a
6. a 7. d 8. b 9. d 10. a
C.
1. to hang out
2. to spend/spending
3. meeting/to meet
4. displaying
5. to be
6. to go
7. to talk
8. checking out
9. to take
10. to note
11. to design

D.
1. unlikely
2. countless
3. dependent
4. concerned
5. gradually
6. interactive
7. increasingly
8. addicted
E.
1. had my car repaired
2. will have my flat painted
3. stopped going
4. not tall enough to
5. definitely worth visiting
6. must have had a
7. may/might have left
8. shouldn’t have bought / wish I hadn’t bought

LISTENING 38

1. b 
2. b 
3. a 
4. a 
5. b



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