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إجابات كتاب التمارين ميقا قول 6 
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إجابات - Unit 1 Everyone Makes Mistakes الجميع يُخطئ

إجابات - Unit 2 Against the Odds رغم كل الصعاب

إجابات - Unit 3 Beauty Is Only Skin Deep الجمال هو جمال الروح

إجابات - EXPANSION Units 1-3

إجابات - Unit 4 They Said, We Said قالوا أننا قلنا

إجابات - Unit 5 Express Yourself عبر عن نفسك

إجابات - Unit 6 Lost and Found المفقودات

إجابات - EXPANSION Units 4-6


1 Everyone Makes Mistakes

Page 1
A

حلول وإجابات منهج ميقا قول 6 كتاب التدريبات ثمرات اللغة
حلول وإجابات منهج ميقا قول 6 كتاب التدريبات موقع ثمرات اللغة


B
1. tampered
2. flop
3. outraged
4. slipping, boost
5. novelty
6. endured
7. launch

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C
إجابات ميقا قول 6, كتاب التدريبات موقع ثمرات اللغة

D
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. supposed to go
2. shouldn’t have gone
3. must have eaten
4. must have been
5. should have told
6. could have gotten
7. must have been


Page 3
E
1. b 3. b 5. a
2. a 4. a 6. b
F
1. They were supposed to came come over at 10:00.
2. The thief could have been caught by the police, but they
were too slow.
3. Ali may has have gotten lost.
4. Everyone was wearing a coat. It must have been cold last night.
5. His car could have been stolen.
6. You must have been have so embarrassed.
7. Do you think I must could have failed the test?
8. You shouldn’t had have been so angry.

Page 4
G
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. Spilling the coffee on the keyboard may have broken it.
2. He might have broken his leg in a car accident.
3. The driver of the car must not have been paying attention.
4. It must have been a home run.
5. He could have remembered that he is late for an appointment.
6. The toast must have been forgotten.
H
1. slipped my mind 3. flake 5. making too
2. no big deal 4. don’t sweat it much of it
Page 5
I
1. false 2. true 3. false 4. false 5. true
Page 6
J
1. He must have gone to the dentist. / He must be at the
dentist’s.
2. He should have gone to the dentist a long time ago.
3. I shouldn’t have lost my patience. I shouldn’t have shouted
at my friend. He/She must have gotten very angry. / He / She
could have said something.
4. He/she shouldn’t have turned away. He/she shouldn’t have
refused to talk to me. He/she should have accepted my
apology.
5. I shouldn’t have thrown the watch away. I could have thrown
something else down.

K
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. You couldn’t have charged it recently.
2. You should have been more careful. / studied harder.
3. There must have been a reason for it.
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L
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
Words about the picture: trees, garden, picking/ collecting
fruit, sunshine, hot climate, workers
1. The men must have been employed to work in the gardens.
2. They may have brought lots of water because it looks like a
hot day.
3. They should have brought special gloves to wear when
picking the fruit.
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M
Answers will vary.
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N
1. university
2. degree
3. slipping sales figures
4. qualifications
5. salary
O
1. job
2. sign
3. work
4. career OR profession OR occupation
5. works
6. buy
7. boost sales
8. research
9. salary
Page 10
P
1. a 2. an 3. the 4. the
Q
1. hardly any (example)
2. a lot of
3. a little
4. a few
5. a lot of OR plenty of
6. a few
7. a lot of OR plenty of
8. hardly any OR a little
9. a lot of OR plenty of


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2 Against the Odds
Page 11
A
1. g 4. b 7. f
2. a 5. h 8. e
3. i 6. c
B
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. March comes successively after February.
2. John F. Kennedy and Abraham Lincoln were both
assassinated.
3. When my country’s team was in the World Cup, I was
delighted. It was very exciting.
4. I resemble my father. We have the same nose and eyes.
5. Gandhi suffered for his country.
6. I’ve been alive for 2 decades, my parents have been alive for
4 decades, and my grandparents have been alive for
6 decades.
7. I was astounded to discover a valuable statue in the attic.
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C
1. such 4. so much 7. so little
2. so 5. such 8. so
3. so few 6. such
D
1. Susan’s cake got so many compliments that she made it
again the next day.
2. We had such a good time in the park that we laughed and
played games all day.
3. It’s such a beautiful day that I’m going for a walk.
4. The test was so hard that most of the students failed it.
5. That joke was so funny that I couldn't stop laughing.
6. They were such good friends that they could read each
other’s minds.
7. Tara is so tall that people sometimes think she’s the teacher.
8. I had such a strange day that I just want it to end.
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E
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. My sister is so smart that she got into Harvard University.
2. Jerry Seinfeld is such a funny person that he makes
everybody laugh.
3. Seeing that play was such a strange experience that I
wouldn’t want to repeat it.
4. Algebra is such an easy class that I never have to study.
5. The players on the national football team are so famous
that everybody wants to be them.

6. Mr. Frank is such a hard teacher that I didn’t want to take
his class.
7. My graduation was such a fun time that I will remember
it forever.
8. You’ve Got Mail was such a boring book that I didn't finish it.
F
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. While eating dinner, we talked about our day
2. After being sick for a week, she decided to go to the doctor.
3. She didn’t know any other children until going to school.
4. Before interviewing for the job, he prepared very carefully.
5. While traveling, they took lots of pictures.
6. I had the craziest dream while sleeping last night.
7. After having the accident, he couldn’t remember anything.
8. Until learning to read, I talked all the time.
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G
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. She was so sick that she couldn’t go skiing.
2. Before getting a hot air balloon, we used to fly kites.
3. It was such a rainy day that we all needed umbrellas.
4. The frog was so little that I almost didn’t see it.
5. My hands were so cold that I warmed them up with a cup of
tea..
6. After winning the race, he went to celebrate with his friends.
H
1. freaked me out
2. break
3. No way
4. chances
5. on cloud nine
6. iffy
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I
1. It is a fantasy or wish.
2. The brain is mismatching the past and the present.
3. unusual, rare
4. an occurrence; happening
5. dream
6. chaos; confusion
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J
1. so many
2. so
3. so
4. such
5. so
6. so few
7. so much

K
1. They speak so much (that) you get a headache after a while.
2. So few students passed the test (that) it was repeated.
(The test was repeated because so few students passed it)
3. I saw so many gadgets at the exhibition (that) I couldn’t
remember half of them.
4. It was such a great opportunity (that) we couldn't turn it
down.
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L
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
Words about the picture: cars, SUV, drifting, sand, sand dunes,
desert, racing, capsize, drive, activity, test drive, test, engine,
wheels, tires, speed
1. Driving in the desert is such an exciting activity that most
people who own an SUV spend part of the weekend there.
2. Sand dunes can be so treacherous that you’re fine one
minute and suddenly you feel as if you’re sinking in the sand
the next minute.
3. Drifting has become so popular that the sand dunes
are dotted with cars zigzagging this way and that in the
evenings.
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M
Answers will vary.
Page 19
N
1. The writer’s friends were going to follow the moose.
2. They were playing football.
3. The children were picking up litter.
4. The policeman was talking on the phone.
5. The police officer was going to call the station for help.
6. The moose was sniffing the air.
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O
Students’ own answers. Sample answers.
2. The children had been reading books.
3. Their daughter had been dressing up in her mother’s clothes.
4. Their daughter had been playing with her mother’s make up
and jewelry.
5. Their youngest son had been searching for crayons.
6. The children had been running around the house.
P
1. were eating, stole
2. had been working, decided
3. were sitting, asked
4. was talking, was cooking
5. was eating, was making

6. had been calling, had answered OR was answering OR answered

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3 Beauty Is Only Skin Deep

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A
1. privileged
2. traced
3. elements
4. appealing
5. rotating
6. obsession
7. synthetic
8. porcupine
B
1. privileged
2. rotating
3. appealing
4. porcupine
5. obsession
6. extracted
7. synthetic
8. traced
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C
1. dreamed that
2. hope that
3. believes that
4. complains that
5. remember that
6. knew that
D
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. c We’re fortunate that the lightning didn’t hit our house.
2. a I’m not afraid that I didn’t pass the class.
3. f Her father is surprised that she didn’t want a new
fashionable watch.
4. h I’m not sure that I locked the door when I left.
5. b Ahmed is disappointed that he won't be going to a
university in Saudi Arabia as he wanted.
6. d I’m worried that I might be getting sick.
7. e Bob’s amazed that it’s such a warm day.
8. g They’re aware that there’s no school today.
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E
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. it won’t snow today
2. I get an A in English class
3. technology has advanced our world
4. he still hasn’t called
5. I didn’t get to exercise today
6. we won't have food to eat and a place to sleep
7. we will have contact with beings on other planets
any time soon
8. it didn’t rain today
9. I’ll get into every college I applied to

F
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. It is obvious that they are great friends.
2. The teacher is disappointed that he didn’t do
the homework.
3. He is worried that his hair won't look good.
4. He realised that they are going to be late for the meeting.
5. He is certain that his friend forgot their appointment.
6. It’s surprising that some people use so many
beauty products.
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G
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. They're that fortunate that they didn’t get in an accident.
2. He is glad that he finally got his hair cut.
3. It is surprising that my sister didn't want to go shopping
4. correct
5. I was forgot that it was your graduation.
6. correct
7. We suspecting that we will hear from them today.
8. Scott is glad the weekend is over.
H
1. blew them away 4. beating around the bush
2. did a double take 5. fit to be tied
3. on the house 6. by far
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I


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J
1. It is obvious (that)he is not aware of the difficulty involved in
this undertaking.
2. There is a good chance (that) he’s going to get his license
immediately.
3. It is disappointing (that) they are not going to attend our
presentation.
4. It is (very)possible that a new policy will be introduced.
5. It is surprising (that) they accepted the job offer and move to
Canada.
6. It is true that most people don’t watch what they eat.
7. It is strange that after years of research he decided to give it
all up and become a farmer.
K
1. notice
2. discovered/ found out
3. feel
4. discovered/ found out
5. suspected
6. complain
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L
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
amazed: tall and modern buildings, organized infrastructure,
stunning architecture
certain: prosperous, low crime rate, safe
disappointed: not very many green spaces
worried: lack of parking spaces
aware: many offices
think: heart of a city
remember: pictures of cities in a childhood book
obvious: wealthy, ambitious
1. It is obvious that this is a wealthy and prosperous place to
live.
2. I am amazed at the the excellent city planning and the tall,
modern buildings.
3. I am certain that this a safe and prosperous place to live and
work.

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M
Answers will vary.
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N
1. broken
2. sown
3. damaged
4. scratched
5. stained
6. torn
7. repaired
8. painted
9. cleaned
O
Students’ own answers. Sample answer.
Host: Well, first we’re getting the outside of the house painted.
Interviewer: Why are you getting the house painted?
Host: The old paint is chipped. We’re also having the roof
repaired.
Interviewer: Why are you getting the roof repaired?
Host: Some of the tiles are damaged or broken. The garage door
is also broken so we must get that replaced. The lawn is patchy
so we will get some new grass sown and we’ll have the broken
paving outside the front door repaired.
Interviewer: What about the interior?
Host: Well, the curtains are torn so we will have those sown.
The walls are stained so we will get the whole interior painted.
Also, any broken or scratched furniture will be replaced. Last of
all, we’ll get the whole house cleaned. We are very excited about
today’s show!
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P
1. damaged
2. repaired
3. cracked
4. redesigned
5. broken
6. decorated
7. scratched
8. torn
Q
1. exciting
2. exhausting
3. aching
4. growing
5. interesting

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EXPANSION Units 1-3

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A
Across Down
2. plump 1. disoriented
4. startling 3. ubiquitous
6. famine 5. absent-minded
8. on the house 7. discard
12. flake 9. tampered
13. delighted 10. iffy
14. haggard 11. appealing
15. damage

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B
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. must have gotten 6. might have developed
2. should have slept 7. were supposed to be
3. may have left 8. may have thought
4. must have been 9. must have gone
5. shouldn’t have stayed

C
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. I was so lost that I had to stop and ask for directions.
2. It was such an icy day that I slipped and fell outside my house.
3. They were so late that she called us to say we should start
without them.
4. He is such a helpful person that he did all the dishes after we ate.
5. Adel has been so sick that he hasn’t been to school in a week.
6. It was such a big mistake that he sent a note to apologize for it.
7. It was such a funny film that I laughed the whole time.
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D
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. After falling down, he was embarrassed.
2. Since forgetting the last meeting, she started using a
calendar with email reminders.
3. After losing my keys, I had to get new ones made.
4. He had had a perfect driving record before getting in the
car accident.
5. While cleaning my room, I knocked over my fish tank.
6. She never studied until failing the first test.
7. Before going to the conference, he practiced his speech many
times.
8. He has started saving money since getting a job.

E
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. I will always remember that my father was born in September.
2. I’m afraid that I won’t get an A in English class.
3. I hope I'll get an A in English.
4. I’m sure that it’ll rain today.
5. I expect that I will go to work tomorrow.
6. I have dreamed that I was in an elevator more than once.
7. I was disappointed that we lost the game last week.
8. I learned that modals can be used in the past.
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F
1. b
2. c
3. f
4. e
5. d
6. a
Questions 1 and 2: answers will vary. Sample answer:
1. If he hadn't hurt his leg, the doctors wouldn't have diagnose
a life-threatening condition.
2. He might not have been able to have the transplant./ He
might have died/ He might not have been saved
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G
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
Construction materials: concrete, steel, screw, glass, aluminium,
insulated panels
Structure and shape: simple, high ceilings, angular, spacious,
reflective, square glass panels
Comfort and use: professional offices, research, a feeling
of organization and efficiency, a studious and professional
atmosphere
1. The building is very modern in its use of aluminium and
insulated glass panels.
2. The shape of the building and the reflective glass panelling
allows a lot of natural sunlight to enter the space inside. The
use of insulated materials will keep the building cool in the
summer, and warm in the winter.
3. This building is probably used for professional offices, or
perhaps as a public library. There is a professional and
studious atmosphere about this building.
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H
Answers will vary.


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Unit 4 They Said, We Said 

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A
1. rumor
2. praise
3. circulated
4. criticism
5. virtues
6. brilliant
7. ridicule
8. scandal
B
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. My uncle is the most brilliant person I know. He is a successful
doctor and research scientist.
2. I’m hardworking and honest.
3. My teacher praises me a lot. My boss criticizes me a lot.
4. I do think it is bad to spread rumors because it’s not nice to
talk about people behind their backs.
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C
1. My sister said, “Asma called the department store last week.”
2. no change
3. no change
4. He said, “Ali's not going to finish his research paper this term.”
5. no change
6. He said, “he’s the cleverest student I have ever known.”
7. My father said, “Don’t be home late.”
8. no change
D
1. said, had been working 7. said, was going to
on the project
2. say, are 8. said, had merged
3. asked, were 9. asked, had gotten
4. told, to wear 10. said, had never heard
5. said, was going 11. told, to go
6. asked, was 12. says, is
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E
1. Majid said he was trying out for the football team this year.
2. My father told me not to forget to do my homework.
3. The teacher said that the test will be on Sunday.
4. Amy is saying that Jennifer is conceited.
5. My sister asked whether I was joking.
6. The coach told me to be on time to practice tonight.
7. Dr. Thomas says that he’s a healthy baby.
8. My mother asked whether Tom was married.

F
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. My parents said I could play them.
2. My mother says I can have all the dessert I want.
3. My parents said I could watch more TV tonight.
4. My mother told me I could stay up until 9:00.
5. My parents say I don’t have to shower every day.
6. My father said I could read three books before bedtime.
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G
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. My father asked if I had done my homework.
2. She said her sister couldn’t went go with her.
3. My friend told me not to forget to call later.
4. She said asked if they were going to travel anymore.
5. The papers said they had gotten a court order to stop
producing the controversial medicine..
6. The teacher said that I doesn’t didn’t have to do it.
7. My parents told me to go straight home after school.
8. He says telling the truth was is important.
H
1. split up 4. behind Amina's back. 7. lips are sealed
2. backstabbers 5. on again, off again 8. set things right
3. bad mouthing 6. for good
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I
1. false 3. true 5. true
2. false 4. false 6. false
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J
Adel asked Imad if he believed that people didn’t mind being
followed all the time.
Imad said that he wasn’t sure about celebrities because they
liked having their name in the paper.
Adel wondered if/ asked if Imad thought that they enjoyed
being pursued by reporters and photographers.
Imad said that he didn’t think they enjoyed it or even wanted it
all the time, but that they liked publicity.
(Imad suggested that they didn’t enjoy or even want it all the
time, but that they liked publicity. )
Adel said/ answered/ agreed that that was true, that they did
want the publicity; but wondered whether they wanted their
privacy to be invaded all the time.
Imad asked if/ whether it was invaded all the time.
Adel said that he wasn’t sure but it looked as if it was. He
suggested that they check news items about celebrities over the
last week or so and decide.

Imad agree/ said that that/it was a good idea. He said he hadn’t
thought of it himself. He warned Adel that once he started
reading articles and things he wouldn’t be able to/couldn’t
stop. He said that he’d probably want to keep on reading and
checking other sources and so on.
Adel promised not to stop him. He said that the more
information they had the better.
Imad asked why and if they were going to use this.
Adel asked him what he thought. He suggested that if they were
going to research they might as well use it for their presentation.
Imad asked/wondered if that was a good idea and wondered if
their teacher would agree.
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K
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
say: drink some juice, eat an apple, a lovely and sunny day
ask: Do you want ...? Would you like ....?
promise: After lunch we can ..., you can have ...
warn: You had better listen/ drink/ eat.....
1. The mother warned the little boy that he would not be
allowed to go and play if he didn’t have his fruit juice/ his
snack.
2. His father asked him if he would like some orange juice.
3. The father promised to drive them to the beach afterwards if
they behaved and listened to their mother.
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L
Answers will vary.
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M
1. head
2. ear
3. neck
4. shoulder
5. arm
6. hand
7. nose
8. mouth
9. stomach
10. leg
11. knee
12. feet
N
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. She ought to go the dentist.
2. You must not eat anything at the restaurant.
3. You should go to bed now and wake up early to study for the
test.
4. You should go to school and confront Fatima.
5. They had better not play football if they have the flu.

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O
1. I can’t play basketball.
2. I can play basketball.
3. I can’t skateboard.
4. I can skateboard.
5. I can’t ride a bike.
6. I can ride a bike.
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Unit 5 Express Yourself 
Page 47
A
1. extinct 4. routinely 7. solitary
2. immense 5. currently 8. acquire
3. rhyme 6. consecutive
B
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. I’m currently taking five classes.
2. I routinely do my homework.
3. Yes, the word balloon has two consecutive doubled letters.
The word bookkeeper has three.
4. In my country, you can find English in books, on TV, on the
radio, and on advertising billboards in the city.
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C
1. who / that 5. which / that
2. which / that 6. which / that
3. who / that 7. who / that
4. which / that 8. who / that
D
إجابات كتاب التدريبات ميقا قول 6 ثالث ثانوي مقررات
إجابات كتاب الطالب ميقا قول 6
Page 49
E
1. The pill that I took made me sick.
2. The soup that I had for lunch was too salty.
3. A bird is an animal that can fly.

4. The man who is wearing a shomag is my father.
5. Where can I find a store that sells clothes?
6. The doctor that I met in the hospital was nice.
7. Aziz bought the book that he wanted.
8. My father who gave me some good advice and support,
helped me succeed in my studies.
9. I have a class that begins at 1:00 p.m.
1 0 . A chef is a person who cooks in a restaurant.
F
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. An adjective is a word that describes a noun.
2. A television is a machine we use to watch programs.
3. A snake is a reptile that slithers on the ground.
4. Coffee is a drink that wakes you up.
5. A teacher is a person who teaches us.
6. A mother is a woman who has children.
7. Arabic is a language that is spoken in Saudi Arabia.
8. The sun is a star that warms the Earth.
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G
1. A cell phone is a tool we use to talk to other people.
2. A car has four wheels and helps people to travel from one
place to another fast.
3. School is a place that we go to learn.
4. A computer is a machine that people can instruct to do what
they want.
5. You can borrow the books that are in the library.
H
1. jam packed 4. bite
2. elbow our way 5. ridiculously
3. deal with 6. munchies
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I
1. a 2. c 3. c 4. b
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J
1. A text message is a written message that is sent or received
on a cell phone.
2. A cell phone is a mobile phone.
3. A designer is a professional who makes patterns, designs,
plans for furniture, equipment, clothing, accessories,
computer software, publishing etc.
4. A referee is someone who makes sure that the rules of a sport
are followed, or someone who provides information about
you when you apply for a job.
5. A cosmetics brand is the name of a company that produces
and sells cosmetics.
6. A coincidence is when things happen at the same time, in
the same place or to the same people in an unusual way or

by chance.
7. A librarian is a professional who works in a library and
is responsible for monitoring books that are borrowed
or returned, placing them back where they belong and
classifying new books.
K
1. Algeria, Bahrain, Chad, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Iraq,
Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman,
Qatar, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia,
United Arab Emirates, Yemen
2. Yes, there are, regional varieties as well as a high variety
[mainly written] and a colloquial variety.
3. Students’ own answers.
4. Students’ own answers.
5. Students’ own answers.
6. Students’ own answers.
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L
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
Person/Job: cook, doctor, firefighter, researcher
Actions: cook, prepare, examine, put out, check, measure
Nouns: pan, stove, hose, water, dish, plate, protective goggles,
white coat
1. A firefighter is a person that puts out fires using water or
foam.
2. Protective goggles are the goggles that/ which researchers
use in the lab to protect their eyes.
3. A doctor is a person who examines patients.
4. A cook is a person who prepares food.
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M
Answers will vary.
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N
Students’ own answers. Sample answers.
1. Business people from around the world will be able to hold a
meeting online and speak in their own language.
2. By 2020, people will not need to learn the lingua franca to
communicate internationally.
3. When people travel abroad, they will only need to take their
smartphones or wearable glasses.
4. People will no longer need a dictionary to translate words
abroad.
5. People are going to stop learning foreign languages and
communicate in their own language instead.
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O
1. terrible 2. airport 3. exotic 4. plants
P
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. If my grandparents weren’t going to Dubai, I’d be able to go
on the trekking holiday.
I wish my grandparents could speak Arabic.
If only my grandparents weren’t going to Dubai.
2. If only I had more money.
If I had the cash, I’d buy a new cell phone.
I wish I had enough money for a new cell phone.
3. If only Ahmed didn’t have an English test next Sunday, they’d
be able to go on the trip with us.
If he didn’t have an English test, he’d go on the trip with us.
They wish that Ahmed and Mahmoud could go with them
on the trip.


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Unit 6 Lost and Found 
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A
1. surrender 3. notorious 5. treasure 7. attempt
2. authentic 4. preserve 6. theory 8. invaluable
B
1. invaluable 3. attempt 5. revenge 7. treasure
2. surrender 4. theory 6. notorious 8. preserve
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C
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. where
School is a place in which we learn.
2. when
Dusk is the time of day at which the sun sets.
3. where
My bedroom is the one place in our house that I can be alone
in.
4. where
The restaurant that we had dinner at last night was
wonderful.
5. when
Morning is the time of day in which we wake up.
6. when
Fall is the time of year that we rake leaves in.
7. where
Cities are places that many people live and work in.
D
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. Summer is the time of year when it’s hot. / Summer is the
time of year in which it’s hot.
2. Childhood is a time in a person’s life when it’s easy to make
friends. / Childhood is a time in a person’s life that it’s easy

to make friends in.
3. The city where we spent our vacation was crowded. /
The city in which we spent our vacation was crowded.
4. Germany is a country in Europe where they speak German. /
Germany is a country in Europe that they speak German in.
5. Dinner is the time of day when our whole family gets
together to talk. / Dinner is the time of day at which our
whole family gets together to talk.
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E
1. The family whose house we bought moved to Abha.
2. The girl whose cell phone was stolen was disappointed.
3. Ahmed is my cousin whose brother is a pilot.
4. The people whose tickets we bought were crazy to sell them.
5. Gandhi is the person whose work and life are most interesting
to me.
6. My mother is the person whose cooking I love the most.
7. Bill is the guy whose father won the prize.
F
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. The person whose who’s giving the next presentation is me!
2. Evening is the time of day when we eat dinner at.
3. correct
4. The auditorium where the Holy Quran Verses were recited
was very nice.
5. The girl who’s whose essay won the contest was very excited.
6. Summer is the time of year where when we get vacation.
7. correct
8. Malaysia is where the place where I want to go on my
next vacation.
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G
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. A resort is a place where we go to relax.
2. Vacation is the time of year when we can relax.
3. The person whose cell phone got lost must be disappointed.
4. The guy whose snowboard I borrowed was home sick today.
5. The game will be held at the football field where they
usually practice.
6. When it’s not too windy, we go to a beach where we sit in the
shade of the palm trees.
H
1. bent out of shape 4. down in the dumps
2. what a shame 5. eating
3. vanished into thin air 6. hit the roof
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I
1. true 2. false 3. false 4. false 5. true

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J
1. pottery
2. drove
3. artifacts/ replicas
4. meticulously
5. assembled
6. funerary art
7. commissioned
8. finding
K
1. They employed the person whose father was a famous
author.
2. They visited the site where the excavation took place.
3. Do you remember the time when they told us that we would
be in the same class?
4. She would never badmouth someone who had helped her in
the past.
5. The book which was reprinted had been sold out.
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L
Sample answer: Answer will vary.
When: in the morning, in the evening, in the afternoon, when
we need to do some shopping/ we want to buy something
In /on which: the mall, the floor, the elevator, the space, the
people, the city, domed roof
Where: shopping mall, shops, first floor, the elevator, the lounge
1. On weekends, they go to the mall where they can hang
out with their friends, have something to eat and do some
shopping.
2. The mall where we shop has an impressive domed roof and a
beautiful marble floor.
3. When we got out of the elevator, we ran into some friends
that we hadn’t seen for a long time.
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M
Answer will vary.
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N
1. lose
2. miss
3. lost
4. remember
5. find
6. missed
7. forget
O
Answers will vary. Possible answers.
1. If he hadn’t overslept, he wouldn’t have missed the bus.
2. If she hadn’t forgotten her umbrella, she wouldn’t have
gotten wet.
3. If they hadn’t forgotten the camera, they would have been
able to take pictures of the animals.

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P
1. art museums
2. famous
paintings
3. piece of art
4. artist
5. breathtaking


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EXPANSION Units 4-6

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A
1. g 4. k 7. i 10. f
2. h 5. c 8. l 11. d
3. j 6. b 9. a 12. e
B
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. I am currently taking English, calculus, and chemistry.
2. Shopping malls downtown and the cafeteria at lunchtime
are often jam packed.
3. My favorite fictitious character is Robinson Crusoe / Harry
Potter.
4. We used to only have phones at home, and now we all have
cell phones.
5. I would only if it was something very important.
6. I think my worst flaw is gossiping.
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C
1. They said they found your sweater. It had been in the
locker room.
2. Amina asked if they were coming to visit them.
3. Her mother told her not to say anything unless she had
something nice to say.
4. Ahmed said that more people speak English in China than in the
U.S.
5. The teacher told me to close the door.
6. Asma said that Fatima had been speaking Arabic during
English class.
7. He asked whether any of us had seen his cell phone.
8. They said Fahd was eating dinner at the cafeteria right now.
D
1. when / Ø / in which 5. that / which / Ø
2. whose 6. who / that
3. who / whom / that / Ø 7. where / in which
4. who / that 8. that / which
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E
1. The man that Adel sat next to at the meeting is new to
our club.
2. Abdullah has a friend who lives in Dubai.
3. A rest area is a place where you can get gasoline.
4. Layla is my sister who just got married.
5. Spring is the season when all of the flowers bloom.
6. The place where I used to go camping was very beautiful.
7. The rug that I bought last week got ruined.
8. The man who my brother is working with is difficult.
F
Answers will vary. Sample answers:
1. Qassim has an e-book reader that it can hold 500 books.
2. Peter said that he is was sleeping when I called him last night.
3. A trashcan is something who (that) you put your garbage in.
4. My mother asked whether I eat had eaten breakfast.
5. The Atlantic is the ocean in where which many species of
whale live.
6. Jay said he has was been writing a new book.
7. The person whose who I talked to was a professor.
8. Tuesday is the day when that I study the longest.
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G
4. b
6. c. conclusion/ closing paragraph
2. b
5. b
3. b
1. a. introduction
Last 3 questions on changes to the text: Answers will vary.
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H
Sample answer: Answer will vary.
mass: sand, sand dunes, water
peculiar: in the middle of the desert, unexpected, opposite,
figment of one's imagination
awe: incredible, difficult to believe, unbelievable, needs to be
seen, oasis, illusion, mirage
confounded: at a loss, amazed, not sure how to deal with, not
know how to manage/ cope with, afraid
1. The jade green oasis in the middle of masses of sand was awe
inspiring.
2. It was so unexpectedly green and cool-looking that I thought
it was an illusion/ a mirage.
3. The sight of trees and shady spots by the water were so
incredibly comforting, I was afraid to get close in case they
turned out to be a figment of my imagination.
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Answers will vary.








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