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إجابات الوحدة Module 3 Work & Leisure- كتاب الطالب Traveller 3- Student Book


إجابات الوحدة Module 3 Work & Leisure- كتاب الطالب Traveller 3- Student Book

A dialogue among friends discussing how to spend
a day in the city: p.40
A letter of application for a job: p.48
Texts about how four young people spend their free time:
p.38
A magazine article about how to do well at a job interview:
p.44
A letter to a friend giving news: p.43

3a reading
B.
All four passages have as a common theme the life
and favourite pastime(s) of a teenager.

C.
1. B (‘Unlike many people my age, I don’t enjoy going
out to cafés.’)
2. B (‘I love doing things that keep me outdoors in the
natural environment.’)
3. A (‘I find nothing more entertaining than staying at
home and reading a good book’ / ‘I also spend a lot of
time in bookshops.’)
4. C (‘I’ve been playing computer games ever since my
father got me my first computer when I was six.’)
5. D (‘When I was five, my father took me to the local
tennis club and, since then, I have never stopped
playing.’)
6. A (‘My parents are constantly complaining that I don’t
do anything else...’)
7. B (‘...I’ve also been to a lot of interesting places.’)
8. C (‘I’ve been playing computer games ever since my
father got me my first computer when I was six.’)
9. D (‘When I was five, my father took me to the local
tennis club and, since then, I have never stopped
playing.’)

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


A.
1. I’ve met lots of interesting people...
Does James say exactly when he met those people?
No, he doesn’t.
Which tense is used?
Present Perfect Simple
2. Since I joined the team, I’ve taken part in three
matches...
Is Bob still taking part in football matches?
Yes, he is.
Which tense is used?
Present Perfect Simple
3. I’ve been windsurfing for ages...
Has James stopped windsurfing?
No, he hasn’t.
Which tense is used?
Present Perfect Progressive

B.
The Present Perfect Simple emphasises the result of
an action, whereas the Present Perfect Progressive
emphasises its duration.

C.
Use the Present Perfect Simple for an action which
happened in the past, but the exact time is not
mentioned.
Use the Present Perfect Simple for an action or state
which started in the past and continues up to the present
(emphasis on the action).
Use the Present Perfect Progressive for an action or state
which started in the past and continues up to the present
(emphasis on the duration).
Use for + period of time and since + a specific point in
time.

PRACTICE
1. have/’ve always wanted
2. gave
3. have/’ve been
4. have/’ve enjoyed/have/’ve been enjoying
5. have/’ve been reading
6. has been studying
7. has/’s been leading
8. went

3a listening & reading
LISTENING & READING 38
B.
Suggested answer:
The girls decide to go to Hyde Park to chill out and grab
a bite, then go shopping on Oxford Street and then go to
the London Eye.

C.
1. Dora (‘I’d rather buy new clothes than look at old
ones.’)
2. Wendy (‘Why else did we come all this way on the
train?)
3. Chloe (‘There is a fascinating exhibition... I think
there’s is a Goya exhibition...’)
4. Chloe (‘I want to do other things, too...’)
5. Dora (‘Or maybe we can grab a bite.’)
6. Dora (‘We’d better go shopping last because we don’t want
to walk around all day with loads of shopping bags.’)

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

VOCABULARY
STRONG ADJECTIVES
A.
fascinating: very interesting
huge: very big

B.
1. very pleased
2. very scared
3. very surprised
4. very tired
5. very tasty
6. very angry

GRAMMAR
MUST - HAVE TO - NEED
A.
 b

B.
You mustn’t get a huge sandwich. (c)
Yes, we have to/ need to/must. We have an evening class. (a)

HAD BET TER - WOULD RATHER
We’d better go shopping last... (should)
I’d rather buy new clothes than look at old ones. (would
prefer)
We’d better and I’d rather are followed by the base form
(infinitive without ‘to’).

PRACTICE
1. have to
2. ’d rather
3. must
4. need to
5. have to
6. would rather
7. mustn’t
8. had to
9. had better
10. don’t need to

3a listening & speaking
LISTENING 40
1. c 2. a 3. a 4. c 5. a

SPEAKING
Ideas/Suggested answers  أفكار وإجابات مُقترحة

3a writing
WRITING AN INFORMAL LET TER
GIVING NEWS
B. 
  b


C.
a. 3 b. 4 c. 3 d. 2 e. 2 f. 1 g. 2

3b reading
READING
B.
a (b and c are wrong because they refer only to certain
topics touched upon in the text but not the text as a
whole)

3b vocabulary & grammar
C.
1. B (This sentence introduces the idea of the CV
and is elaborated on in the next sentence ‘It is very
important to make sure your CV is up-to-date and free
of mistakes.’)
2. A (This sentence specifies the frequently asked questions
in interviews, something referred to in the next sentence
‘...try answering these specific questions...’)
3. D ( This sentence explains exactly how videotaping
oneself can contribute to a successful interview.)
4. C ( This sentence further expands on the idea of
knowing the location of the interview by suggesting a
practical measure ‘A practice drive...’)
5. F ( This sentence mentions the necessity of sending
a thank-you note, an idea which is analysed in the
following sentence ‘In it, you should...’)

D.
1. d 2. a 3. e 4. f 5. c 6. b

VOCABULARY
1. EXPRESSIONS WITH MAKE AND DO
B.
1. makes mistakes
2. did well
3. make a decision
4. do... a favour
5. did... best
6. make... noise
7. made an excuse

2. WORDS EASILY CONFUSED
1. salary
2. income
3. expression
4. gesture
5. clean
6. clear
7. nervous
8. upset

3. NOUNS DERIVING FROM VERBS
A.
preparation-prepare
improvement-improve
location-locate

3b vocabulary & grammar
B.
1. advertisement
2. developments
3. discussion
4. education
5. organisations
6. arrangements
7. invitation
8. directions

GRAMMAR
EXPRESSING POSSIBILIT Y
(MAY - MIGHT - COULD)
MAKING DEDUCTIONS (MUST - CAN’T )
A.
 b

B.
He must be interested in the money only. (b)
He can’t possibly care about the job itself. (a)

C.
may/might/could + base form:
something will possibly happen
must + base form:
we are almost sure that something is true
can’t + base form:
we believe that something is impossible

PRACTICE
1. must be
2. may be
3. might help
4. could do
5. might be
6. may not be
7. can’t be
8. could try

ENGLISH IN USE
1. has been working for
2. must be in
3. haven’t seen Andy for
4. may do business with us
5. would/’d rather not go
6. has Joe been a
7. had better ask
8. put an advertisement

3b listening & speaking
LISTENING 41
C.
1. a 2. b 3. a 4. c 5. b

SPEAKING
Suggested answer  إجابات مُقترحة
SA: Well. Let’s see. I think we should first look at the job
requirements before we decide. From what I can see,
the applicant should be fluent in one or more foreign
languages. So how about David? He speaks Spanish.
SB: I guess you are right, but Salman has a degree in
French. I think he could be the one!
SA: Let’s examine the rest of their qualifications. For
example, David; he speaks Spanish, he is computer
literate, he has a Degree in Tourism Management,
which is not a prerequisite but it’s a plus, and he is
interested in travelling. However, he has no work
experience in a busy office environment.
SB: Well, I don’t think he is the most suitable, because he
hasn’t worked in the tourism sector.
SA: Well, the most important problem is that he has no
office experience.
SB: I think Saad is the ideal candidate. He has got
computer skills, speaks English and has got
experience in an office and the tourism sector...
SA: I agree, however, Salman is also a good candidate,
he is computer literate, he has experience as a
receptionist in a tourist office, and he has a Degree in
Business Studies apart from French, whereas Saad has
just completed secondary school.
SB: I see your point, but Saad is far more experienced
than Salman.
SA: Yes, but I think Salman’s Business Degree is a major
advantage, it means he can contribute a lot to the
company.
SB: Well, I guess you are right.

3b writing
WRITING A LET TER OF APPLICATION
B.
Yes, he is because he meets the job requirements.

C.
The following sentences should be ticked:
a, c, e, f, h

D.
a. position
b. suitable
c. I consider myself
d. punctual
e. available
f. I have enclosed
g. for your review
h. will be taken into consideration

3b writing
E.
1. I am writing with regard to your advertisement
published in the Guardian, on 4th July 2010.
2. I am currently working for Mr Baker, a local bakery.
3. In addition, I am fluent in Chinese.
4. I hope my application will be taken into consideration.
5. I look forward to hearing from you.
6. I am available for an interview at your convenience.

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

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

D.
1. since I have watched
2. came across
3. has been taking English lessons
4. been to Dubai since
5. don’t have to
6. can’t be
7. might rain later
E.
1. has been making
2. discovered
3. belonged
4. loved
5. found
6. has become
7. liked
8. has been hanging

LISTENING 42-53
1. c 
2. b 
3. c 
4. b 
5. a 
6. c


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