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ترافلر 5 Traveller | ثالث ثانوي | الفصل الدراسي الأول | حلول الوحدة الثالثة Unit 3 - (مقررات + فصلي)

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


مقدمة الوحدة

Discuss: ناقش

Suggested answers  إجابات مقترحة

• Do you prefer reading crime stories or adventure stories? Why?

In general, I prefer reading crime stories. I really like the sense of mystery and trying to figure out who committed the crime. 

• Do you like action? Why / Why not?

Of course. If there isn’t much going on, I get very bored and especially in a book, I probably wouldn’t want to finish it. 

• Who are your favourite characters in books related to crime and adventure?

I really like both Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot, but I’d say that Hercule Poirot is my favourite because of his simple style in solving the crimes and how he observes the people involved. 

• a short text about an exciting holiday in Canada: p. 45 
• a funny story at the beach: p. 50
• an extract from a novel set in Africa: pp. 42-43 
• a short text about a famous fraud artist: p.39 
• short texts about stupid crimes: pp.32-33

Reading حلول قسم القراءة

 Suggested answers  حلول مقترحة

• I think theft is quite common, with murder and kidnapping being considerably less common. In my opinion, murder and kidnapping are much worse than the other crimes listed.

2. READING FOR GIST
b

3. SCANNING FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATION
1.b
2.e
3.e
4. a
5.b
6.d
7.c
8.a
9.d
10.c
11.f
12. a
13. f
14. d
15. f

4. GUESSING THE MEANING OF UNKNOWN WORDS
A.
1. d
2. e
3. g
4. h
5. b
6. a

B.
1. e
2. c
3. d
4. a
5. b

5. POST-READING
Suggested answers
A thief attempted to break into what he thought was a deserted car; however, what he didn’t know was that the owner of the car was just taking a nap in the back seat. The thief got into the car, managed to start it and was driving to his house to hide the car, when he decided he wanted to do some shopping. He parked the car outside a supermarket and went in to do his shopping. Meanwhile, the owner of the car, who had been fast asleep in the back seat, woke up to find himself far from where he had originally parked. 

After a few minutes, he put two and two together and guessed what had happened. He took out his mobile phone and, notified the police, who came immediately, and when the thief came out of the supermarket with his groceries, he was arrested. 



 Vocabulary & Grammar حلول قسم المفردات والقواعد 

VOCABULARY 1. WORDS RELATED TO CRIME
A.
جدول

B.
1. theft
2. kidnap
3. robbery
4. shoplifting 
5. hijackings/hijacks 
6. murderer

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

B.
1. pay a fine 2. committed ... crime 3. reach a verdict 4. breaking the law 5. take … to court

3. WORDS EASILY CONFUSED
1. rob
2. mug
3. stole
4. burgled
5. banned
6. avoid
7. forbid
8. prevent
9. victim
10. hostages
11. witnesses
12. blamed
13. accused
14. sentenced
15. charge
16. convicted

GRAMMAR 1. PAST SIMPLE / PAST PROGRESSIVE
A.
• In which of the two sentences did the actions happen one after the other? Which tense is used? second sentence, Past Simple 

• In which of the two sentences did one of the actions interrupt the other? Which tenses are used?
first sentence, Past Simple and Past Progressive 

B.
The Past Simple is used for:
• completed actions that took place at a definite time in the past - 6
• completed actions that happened one after the other in the past - 7
• past habits or repeated actions in the past - 2
• permanent situations in the past - 3
• an action in the past that interrupted a ‘longer’ action in progress - 8 The Past Progressive is used for:
• an action that was in progress at a definite time in the past - 1
• an action in progress in the past that was interrupted by another action - 8
• actions happening at the same time in the past - 9
• setting the scene when narrating - 4
• repeated past actions or annoying past habits (with always, constantly and continually) - 5

C.
2

2. PRACTICE
1. was
2. were wearing
3. ran
4. pulled
5. asked
6. thought
7. were playing
8. offered
9. got
10. fired
11. became
12. gave
13. fired
14. went off
15. arrived
16. were leaving
17. noticed
18. had


Listening حلول قسم الاستماع  

1. PRE-LISTENING
Suggested answers
• Why do laws exist?
Laws exist to protect people from being harmed by others and to discourage people from harming others.

• Can you think of any laws that are too extreme, strange or ridiculous to be enforced?
I read somewhere that in Britain it is against the law to die in the Houses of Parliament. I think that is a very funny law. If somebody had a heart attack and died in the Houses of Parliament, how would the authorities be able to enforce the law?

2. LISTENING FOR SPECIFIC
INFORMATION
1. c
2. b
3. c
4. b
5. c


 Vocabulary & Grammar حلول قسم المفردات والقواعد 
VOCABULARY
PREFIXES AND SUFFIXES
A.
1. b
2. a
3. b
4. b
5. a

B.
1. unable
2. impossible
3. successful
4. irresponsible
5. illogical
6. careless
7. inefficient
8. helpless

GRAMMAR
COMPARISONS
A.
1. a
2. b
3. a

B.
1. big difference between the laws, far more
2. not much difference between the laws, slightly

C.
1. a
2. b

D.
1. was not as difficult as I expected
2. worse and worse, so I took an aspirin
3. slightly warmer than it was yesterday
4. the best meal I’ve ever had
5. popcorn Kevin ate, the thirstier he got
6. the best I could do



Speaking حلول قسم التحدث 

1. WARM-UP
Suggested answers  إجابات مقترحة
• What kinds of crimes are common where you live?
Traffic violations are quite common, where I live. 

• For certain minor crimes, people can be sentenced to do community service rather than serve time in prison. What do you think community service is?
Community service is unpaid work that criminals sometimes do as a punishment instead of being sent to prison. 

2. FOCUS ON PICTURES
Suggested answers  إجابات مقترحة
A
• SA: Picture A1 shows a burglar breaking into a house, whereas picture A2 shows a pickpocket stealing a wallet. In my opinion, it is easier to prevent a burglary. Always lock the door before you leave and make sure that all the windows are closed. Putting in a burglar alarm would give you added security, too. On the other hand, preventing a pickpocket is not easy, as it can happen to anyone; yet there are some dos and don’ts

that can help. Firstly, always be careful when you are in a crowded place. Secondly, don’t have your wallet in a place where it can be seen by other people.

• SB: I think a burglary would be worse, because it might involve violence. I would be terrified if a stranger broke into my house especially because I would be in danger. Usually people are not aware of pickpockets until it’s too late. However, it is still upsetting because something valuable is stolen. B

• SB: I think a burglary would be worse, because it might involve violence. I would be terrified if a stranger broke into my house especially because I would be in danger. Usually people are not aware of pickpockets until it’s too late. However, it is still upsetting because something valuable is stolen.

• SB: In picture B1 we see a person doing community service because he has violated a law, probably a minor one such as driving through a red light. In picture B2 we see a prison cell, which is the conventional form of punishment, especially for serious crimes. In my opinion, community service is right for first-time offenders because it gives them the opportunity to reform. However, I strongly believe that violent criminals who are a danger to society should be sent to prison.

• SA: In my opinion, the most difficult punishment to endure is imprisonment, as you have to live in a confined place, away from your family and friends. Also, former prisoners face difficulty finding a job.

3. FURTHER DISCUSSION
Suggested answers

• What do you think leads people to commit crimes like shoplifting or pickpocketing?
People who commit these crimes might believe that they are easy to get away with. They irresponsibly overlook the moral issues of right and wrong and don’t think of the consequences if they get caught.

• Is it better to punish or try to reform a criminal?
There needs to be a balance between the two. Punishment shows the criminal that he will suffer and sets an example for others. Counselling offers better chances of long-term benefit for the community. It depends on the crime and the age of the offender.

• In your opinion, what are the advantages of having somebody who committed a crime do community service?
The community benefits from it (e.g. painting a hospital or doing the shopping for an old person as a form of punishment). By violating the law, a criminal is aiming at personal gain. Community service means reversing the process: they have to offer something to others without benefit.



Examination Practice حلول قسم التدرب على الاختبار 
A.

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

B.

1. able
2. in
3. was
4. had
5. as
6. was
7. most
8. pilot
9. could
10. than
11. would
12. life

Writing حلول قسم الكتابة

WRITING:
A LETTER TO THE EDITOR
1. DISCUSS

Suggested answers

• What examples of vandalism can you think of? One act of vandalism that I have heard about is when diving platforms in Jeddah were destroyed. I’ve also heard of football fans in many countries who commit acts of vandalism during games; they destroy stadiums and surrounding shops.

• What do you think causes vandalism? People who commit acts of vandalism have a lack of respect for public property and for other citizens in general. This might be due to the fact that their families, their schools and the communities where they live have not done enough to give them the right values of good citizenship and to instil a sense of responsibility in them.

2. FOCUS ON CONTENT
Suggested answer  إجابات مقترحة
 In general, I agree with the writer that children should be taught at home and in school that these facilities exist for everyone’s benefit and that measures should be taken to prevent vandalism. However, I believe it would be better to have the offender repair what he/she has damaged and to do community service so that he/she can get a better appreciation for his/her community.

3. FOCUS ON STYLE
1. concerned
2. resident
3. in response
4. it must be said
5. property
6. exist
7. for the benefit of
8. take specific measures
9. must be aware

4. FOCUS ON TEXT COHESION AND COHERENCE
A.
1. To begin with, Moreover, Apart from this
2. I think that, The way I see it, I believe, In my opinion
3. Although
4. because
5. such as
6. In conclusion

B.
1. To begin with 
2. such as 
3. due to
4. Take for instance 
5. In fact
6. Consequently
7. in spite of 
8. Taking everything into account 

5. BRAINSTORMING

Suggested answers إجابات مقترحة

• What do you think causes the violent behaviour of fans at football matches?
I think that people who behave that way often identify strongly with their team, so when they think something is unfair, like a bad call by the referee, they think it is unfair to them personally. Also, the increased stress many people experience today causes them to react emotionally and even violently when they are disappointed by something. 

• What kind of problems does it create?
The most important result of this behaviour is that an event that should be fun and encourage good sportsmanship turns into something very negative. Many people don’t go to watch their favourite team play because they are afraid of what might happen. 

• What do you think can be done about it?
I believe that the police must make sure that the stadium is safe for the fans. When they see someone or a group of people who are beginning to become disruptive, they need to do something about it.

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