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ترافلر 5 Traveller | ثالث ثانوي | الفصل الدراسي الأول | حلول الوحدة الرابعة Unit 4 - (مقررات + فصلي)

ترافلر 5 Traveller | ثالث ثانوي | الفصل الدراسي الأول 
(مقررات + فصلي)
حلول الوحدة الرابعة 





Reading حلول قسم القراءة
1. PRE-READING
Suggested answers
• What’s your favourite adventure story?
My favourite adventure story is the Epic of Gilgamesh.
It’s the story of the mythological Sumerian hero-king
Gilgamesh and his friend Enkidu; together they have
many exciting and dangerous adventures.
• What qualities do you think an adventurer should possess?
In your opinion, is courage more important than physical
strength?
I think an adventurer should be curious, brave and have
the quality of perseverance. I do think that courage
is more important than physical strength because no
matter how strong you are, if you are not courageous,
you probably won’t embark on an adventure.

2. READING FOR GIST
b

3. RECONSTRUCTING A GAPPED TEXT
1. D (This sentence explains why he can’t sleep.
It is also connected with the following sentence
showing that the writer is excited by the idea of the
fame and glory they may gain.)
2. F (This sentence follows the previous sentence which
talks about Sir Henry’s brother who was lost and now
the writer questions if that same thing might happen
to them.)
3. B (This sentence refers to the stone statues and that
they were outside a cave as though guarding it.)
4. G (This sentence directly follows the previous sentence
showing that after exploring the cave, Gagool warns
them of what he has seen.)
5. 􀀫 (This sentence describes the skeleton which they
saw.)
6. A (This sentence explains what happened when Gagool
pulled down the lever.)
7. E (This sentence describes what they did when they
saw the chests.)

4. GUESSING THE MEANING OF UNKNOWN WORDS

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

5. POST-READING
Suggested answers
• What do you think will happen next in the story?
I think that Quatermain, Sir Henry Curtis and Gagool
will be trapped in the chamber and will start trying to
find a way out. They will manage to find one, but it will
be very dangerous and maybe on the way out, someone
will die.
• If you were to undertake a journey through the African
wilderness, what sort of difficulties do you think you
would encounter?
I suppose I would encounter many difficulties such as
wild animals, poisonous insects, difficulties travelling
through the jungle, unfriendly tribes, maybe lack of
food and shelter, etc.
• Why do you think the search for hidden treasure is a
popular theme in many books?
Because a hidden treasure always excites our
imagination and the search is usually adventurous and a
lot of suspense is involved.


 Vocabulary & Grammar حلول قسم المفردات والقواعد 

1. EXPRESSIONS WITH ‘TAKE’
A.
Suggested answers
take charge: to have the control
take an interest: to become interested
take a chance: to try despite not knowing
what may happen

B.
1. test
2. time
3. responsibility
4. advice
5. care
6. measures
7. pride
8. granted
9. notice
10. advantage

2. 'STRONG' ADJECTIVES
A.
exhausted: very tired
delighted: very pleased

B.
1. very/extremely angry
2. very/extremely big
3. very/extremely silly
4. very/extremely important
5. very/extremely small
6. very/extremely tasty
7. very/extremely unpleasant
8. very/extremely bad
9. very/extremely interesting
10. very/extremely scared

3. VERBS STARTING WITH ‘OVER’
A.
overflowed: too full
overcome: affected
B.
1. e
2. f
3. c
4. a
5. d
6. b

GRAMMAR
1. PAST PERFECT SIMPLE / PAST PERFECT PROGRESSIVE
The Past Perfect Simple is used:
• for an action which was completed before a specific
point of time in the past- 2
• for an action which was completed before another
action in the past. (The second action is in the Past
Simple.)- 4
The Past Perfect Progressive is used:
• to emphasise the duration of an action which had been
going on up to a point of time in the past- 3
• for an action whose duration caused visible results at a
later time in the past- 1

2. WOULD – WAS/WERE GOING TO
b

3. PRACTICE
1. had
2. was/would be
3. had agreed
4. would all go
5. had studied / had
been studying
6. wanted
7. had opened
8. recommended
9. sounded
10. flew
11. travelled
12. told
13. had been snowing
14. would continue
15. spent
16. kept
17. was
18. saw
19. were kayaking
20. was



Listening حلول قسم الاستماع  
1. PRE-LISTENING
Suggested answers
• Do you like motorcycles? Why / Why not?
- I love motorcycles because riding them gives you a
sense of freedom that you don’t have in a car. Also they
are more convenient in traffic and easier to park than
cars.
- I don’t particularly like motorcycles because when
you ride them you are exposed to the elements: rain,
heat, cold, etc. Moreover, riding a motorcycle can be
dangerous and if you are involved in an accident, you
could be seriously injured.
• What kind of events do you think take place at a
motorcycle rally?
It’s hard to guess, but I would imagine that races take
place, maybe organised excursions or exhibitions of
motorcycles.

2. LISTENING FOR SPECIFIC
1. c
2. b
3. c
4. b
5. a
6. c
7. b
8. c
9. b
10. b
11. b
12. b
13. c
14. a
15. b
16. b
17. a
18. b
19. c
20. a



 Vocabulary & Grammar حلول قسم المفردات والقواعد 

VOCABULARY
WORDS EASILY CONFUSED
1. race
2. match
3. competition
4. game
5. audience
6. fans
7. spectators
8. participants
9. took place
10. take part
11. take apart
12. unique
13. single
14. alone
15. lonely
16. Only

GRAMMAR
QUESTIONS AND QUESTION WORDS
A.
1. c
2. b
3. d
4. a
• In which of the questions above do the question words
ask about the subject of the verb? 1, 4
• In which of the questions above do the question words
ask about the object of the verb? 2, 3

B.
What indicates unlimited choice, while which
indicates limited choice.

C.
1. b
2. a

D.
1. f
2. a
3. c
4. d
5. e
6. g
7. h
8. b


Speaking حلول قسم التحدث 

1. WARM-UP
Suggested answers
• Are you an adventurous person? What makes you think so?
- Well, I’d say that I am an adventurous person
because I love stories of adventure; whenever I have the
opportunity to do something I haven’t done before, or
go somewhere I have never been before, I never turn it
down. Also, I’m not afraid of the unexpected.
- I don’t think I am very adventurous. I like to have a
sense of security and a certain degree of predictability in
my life. In addition, I don’t enjoy having to do without
comforts.
• How would you feel if you had to spend two months on a
desert island by yourself?
Well, it would depend on the circumstances, for example
whether I had supplies with me or not. However,
I’d probably feel lonely and initially frightened, but
motivated to face the challenge.

2. SPECULATING AND MAKING A DECISION
Suggested answers
• SA: First of all, I don’t think that a sleeping bag or a
tent would be very useful. They would make it more
comfortable on the island, sure, but they wouldn’t
exactly help us survive, would they? Besides, we can
make a shelter out of branches and leaves, or maybe stay
in a cave if we find one.
• SB: Good idea. I don’t think matches and a compass
would be very handy, either. If we’re on an island, do
we really need a compass? How lost could we get? It’s
not like there are many directions to go in. I definitely
don’t think we need matches, because all we have to do
is strike two rocks against each other, or rub some dry
sticks together, and we can start a fire that way.
• SA: That’s great. Now, I can’t decide between the axe
and the water purification tablets. If we find fresh water
on the island, we wouldn’t need the tablets, but if the
water isn’t clean, we’re going to need them. I think the
tablets are very important for our survival.
• SB: You’re right. Besides, we don’t really need an axe; we
can work together and pull things apart with our hands.
I don’t think we need a fishing rod either, because we
can create a spear from a long stick, and make one end
of it sharp with a rock. We can catch fish with that. It’s
essential that we have a first aid kit, though. You never
know what kind of infections we could get!

3. FURTHER DISCUSSION
Suggested answers
• Which items that you use every day would you find
difficult to live without?
I definitely wouldn’t be able to survive without my
computer! It’s how I find information / download
ebooks / communicate with friends and family all over
the country; it’s more convenient than using a phone.
• What qualities should you possess to survive on a desert
island?
In order to be able to survive on a desert island, you
need to possess a great deal of patience and the ability
to think logically and rationally in stressful situations.
I also think it’s important to have physical and mental
strength. You have to remain calm and stay optimistic
and make the best of what you have and try to survive.
• Why do you think more and more people are in search of
adventure nowadays?
Humans by nature like new experiences. They like to
test themselves in terms of strength and endurance and
see how they will react in these extreme situations. Also,
there is a wide choice of ‘extreme’ activities and sports
to do. TV programmes promote a positive attitude
towards adventurous activities.


Examination Practice حلول قسم التدرب على الاختبار 
A.
1. c
2. d
3. a
4. b
5. a
6. c
7. c
8. a
9. b
10. d

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


Writing حلول قسم الكتابة

1. DISCUSS
Suggested answers
• Do you play tricks on your friends? Why / Why not?
- Actually I do play a lot of tricks on my friends because
we all have a great sense of humour and laugh a lot with
the tricks we play on each other.
- No, I don’t because it’s not nice to put your friends in a
difficult situation and make them feel uncomfortable or
embarrassed.
• What’s the best trick you’ve ever played on someone or
someone has ever played on you?
My brother played a good trick on me. He was away
studying at university and the whole family was
expecting him to come home for a few days because
we were celebrating a special occasion. While we were
waiting for him at the airport, he phoned me to tell me
that he had missed his flight and would not be able to
come after all. We were all very disappointed, especially
my mother. We drove back home in silence and as we
were entering the house, we saw my brother there. He
said, ‘Surprise, I’m here after all!’ He had taken an
earlier flight, just to play a trick on us and was waiting
for us at home with gifts for everyone!

2. FOCUS ON TASK COMPLETION,
STYLE AND ORGANISATION

1. They thought that a shark was in the water.
2. Yes, he/she does. No, it isn’t.
3. The following should be underlined:
a. He and some friends were spending a few days in
Dammam and they had decided to go camping
near a beautiful beach in the area.
When everyone else realised what had happened,
they started chasing Sami.
He had planned everything perfectly and managed
to make their last day unforgettable.
b. He was swimming when, suddenly, he felt something
brush against his leg.
c. ...so as soon as they woke up, they set off for the
beach.
Ammar decided to join in the fun so he jumped in
the water, too.
Sami screamed and everyone ran out of the water
d. Sami had been waiting for the last day to scare
everyone.
4. Informal, e.g. Couldn’t, ‘Shark!’, scary, etc.

3. FOCUS ON LANGUAGE AND STYLE
A.
The use of adverbs improves the style of the story and
makes it more vivid and exciting.

B.
1. happily
2. Luckily
3. occasionally
4. completely
5. cautiously
6. suddenly
7. obviously

4. FOCUS ON TIME LINKERS
A.
during, as soon as, until, a few moments later,
when

B.
1. since
2. Initially
3. Gradually
4. Meanwhile
5. Next
6. before



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