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Answer Key

2B Burlington Books

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ESO

Anna Ellis Linda Marks

Summer Practice 2o ESO Answer Keyby Anna Ellis and Linda MarksBurlington Books P. O. Box 54411 3721 Limassol CyprusBurlington Books is an imprint of Danos Books Ltd.

ISBN 9963-46-384-3 Copyright 2003 Burlington Books 10 12 9 11 8 10 7 09 6 08 5 07 4 06 3 05 2 04 1 03

CONTENTSUNIT TITLE PAGE 4

Para el profesor

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Hawaii USA

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Castaway Scotland

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Hot or Cold? New Zealand and the Channel Islands Gold Reef City South Africa

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Royal Ascot Races England

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London England

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Stonehenge England

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Milk Carton Boat Races USA

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Play It! USA

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Round Up

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Test Yourself

Units 1, 2, 3 Units 4, 5, 6 Units 7, 8, 9

16 17 18

Para el profesorSummer Practice 2 ESO es un material complementario para repasar y reforzar todo lo estudiado en 2 de la ESO. No se basa en ningn mtodo especfico y por lo tanto se puede utilizar independientemente del libro de texto que los alumnos hayan seguido durante el curso. Est diseado para que trabajen de manera autnoma dado que las instrucciones de los ejercicios estn en castellano, les anima a practicar el ingls durante las vacaciones de verano y les ayuda a prepararse para el curso siguiente.O O

Summer Practice se centra en la gramtica y el vocabulario tanto como en las destrezas de reading, writing, listening y speaking. Va acompaado de un CD que contiene la grabacin de los textos de lectura, listenings y dilogos. Al final del libro, hay una seccin llamada Test Yourself, con la que el alumno puede comprobar sus progresos. Esta seccin consta de nueve tests que abarcan el vocabulario y la gramtica estudiada en cada unidad. Recomendamos que hagan cada uno de ellos al terminar la unidad correspondiente.Le ofrecemos algunas ideas para evaluar el trabajo de los alumnos:

1. Fotocopiar la clave de respuestas completa y entregrsela a los alumnos antes de las vacaciones para que vayan corrigiendo su trabajo. 2. Fotocopiar y entregar a los alumnos la clave de respuestas hasta la pgina 15 (es decir, omitiendo las respuestas de la seccin Test Yourself) y pedirles que completen todo el libro. A principios del curso siguiente recoja los libros y corrija las secciones Test Yourself para formarse una idea global del progreso de cada alumno. 3. No entregarles fotocopia de las respuestas y en septiembre, al recoger los libros, o bien corregir todos los ejercicios o bien seleccionar algunos de ellos y comentar los resultados con cada alumno. 4. No entregarles la clave de respuestas y, a la vuelta de las vacaciones, recoger los libros y corregir slo las secciones Test Yourself para comentar los resultados en clase. Los tests acumulativos que le proporcionaremos en septiembre le servirn para evaluar el nivel de sus alumnos al comienzo del prximo curso. Esperamos que tanto usted como ellos disfruten con Summer Practice 2 ESO.O

Felices vacaciones!

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Unit 1UNIT 1 HawaiiPage 4

H 1. Are there any dancers at the hula show?Yes, there are. 2. Is there an exotic song and dance show? Yes, there is. 3. Is there any music at the show? Yes, there is. 4. Is there a show on Mondays? No, there isnt. 5. Are there any shows in the evening? No, there arent.

A 1. b2. a

3. c 4. b

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C 1. Another name for Hawaii is the Aloha State.2. People go surfing at Waimea Bay on the island of Oahu. 3. Some of the waves are 13 metres high. 4. The Hawaiian word for song is oli. 5. Mount Haleakala is on the island of Maui.

I

1. How many 2. many 3. How many

4. Many 5. How much 6. much

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D 1. in2. between 3. under

4. on 5. next to 6. opposite

ListeningCD Script Woman: Kyle: Woman: Kyle: Woman: Kyle: Woman: Aloha and welcome to Hawaii! Uh...hello? Is that what aloha means? Yes. Hello, aloha! What type of dancing is this? Its keiki hula. Keiki hula? Whats that? Its a special type of dancing for children. Keiki means child in Hawaiian, and this is a dance school for children. The Hawaiian word for school is halau. So hula halau are hula schools? Thats correct. How old are the children in the hula schools? Theyre up to thirteen years old. There are boys and girls in the schools. The boys are kane, and the girls are wahine. The girls have got such colourful costumes. Yes. Our wahine wear traditional Hawaiian hula styles. And what is your job? Im a kumu. That means teacher. I teach the dances in groups of all girls or all boys. Here is a chair for you. Stay and watch. Thanks!

Page 6

Working with Grammar

A 1. are2. am 3. are

4. is 5. is 6. am 4. has got 5. hasnt got 6. havent got 5. 6. 7. 8. 5. 6. 7. 8. 5. 6. 7. 8. arent has got have got has got mice sheep feet policemen an a some an

B 1. has got2. hasnt got 3. have got

C 1. is2. have got 3. isnt 4. Are you

Kyle: Woman: Kyle: Woman:

D 1. teeth2. children 3. women 4. fish

Kyle: Woman: Kyle: Woman:

E 1. a2. some 3. a 4. some

Kyle:

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F 1. an2. the 3. a

4. Some / The 5. a 6. some / the 4. There are 5. There isnt

A The speakers are at number 3. B 1. b2. c 3. a 4. b 5. c

G 1. There are2. There is 3. There arent

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Units 1 - 2DialoguePage 133. lovely 4. Thank you

A 1. Welcome2. Pleased

F 1. Do you like adventure?2. 3. 4. 5. 2. 3. 4. 5. Do you cook your own food? Do you mind sleeping in a tent? Do you want to enter the Temptation Hut? Does the TV camera annoy you? Yes, they do. No, they dont. No, he doesnt. Yes, she does. 4. me 5. us 6. them 7. him

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Writing

B Answers will vary. Accept all logical and grammaticallycorrect answers.

G 1. Yes, he does.

UNIT 2 CastawayPage 10

H 1. you2. her 3. it

A Answers will vary. B swimming in rivers, camping, climbing mountains andcooking on a fire

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Listening3. T 4. F 4. mountains 5. food 6. books 5. T 6. F CD Script Callum: Owen: Tony: Callum: Owen: Callum: Owen:-es does fixes dresses watches -ies flies tries studies cries

C 1. F2. T

D 1. horses2. games 3. boats

E Answers will vary. Accept all logical answers.Page 12

Working with Grammar

A

-s sleeps sends enters makes

Callum: Tony: Owen:

B 1. sends2. do 3. learn

4. likes 5. enter 4. opens 5. appear 6. return 4. dont brush 5. doesnt wake up

Callum: Tony: Owen: Callum: All:

OK guys, weve got some potatoes, carrots and onions. What can we do with them? I dont know Callum, but lets decide. Im hungry. I know. Lets make soup. How do we do that, Tony? I never cook at home! What? You never cook at home! No Owen, I dont. Its easy, first you wash the vegetables and cut them up. What do you do next? You put water in the pot. Then the vegetables go in the water and we put the pot on the fire. Now you know how to cook, Callum. Is it ready yet? I think so. Lets try some. Ouch! Its hot. But tasty... Mmmm...

C 1. makes2. win 3. survives

A Callum doesnt cook at home. B 1. d2. c 3. b 4. e 5. a

D 1. doesnt watch2. dont lose 3. dont listen

E 1. He sends the contestants to an island.2. They dont watch TV. 3. Tony doesnt like eating fish. 4. They sleep in tents.

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Units 2 - 3Dialogue

D 1. Is Lucy climbing the mountain?3. address 4. love No, she isnt. 2. Are Bill and Ben skiing down Coronet Peak? Yes, they are. 3. Is Beth wearing a hat? Yes, she is. 4. Are the girls sitting in the house? No, they are not / arent. 5. Is Max making a snowman? Yes, he is.

A 1. name2. old

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WritingAnswers will vary. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers.

UNIT 3 Hot or Cold?Page 16

Page 19

E 1. isnt riding; now2. Northern 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 2. 3. 4. 5. are driving; at the moment dont go; every winter are standing; now skis; at night closes; every October am walking are cycling am not cycling prefer 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. is sailing doesnt like loves are going takes place

A 1. SouthernPage 17

C 1. c2. b

3. c 4. a 3. b 4. c 6. 7. 8. 9.

5. a 6. b

F 1. lives

D 1. d2. a

E 1. desert2. 3. 4. 5. sea jungle river volcano

waterfall continent mountain island

G 1. No, he isnt.2. No, they arent. 3. No, we dont. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

4. Yes, they are. 5. Yes, she does. 6. No, it doesnt.

Page 18

H 1. Are you writing in your book at the moment?Is Tamara skiing at Coronet Peak now? Do the people of Sark speak Serquiaise? Does she understand Serquiaise? Do you like swimming in winter? Does Kevin ride his bicycle to school every day?

Working with Grammar

A 1. are exploring2. am swimming 3. is riding

4. are taking 5. is running 6. are watching 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. getting writing riding sitting talking driving

B 1. going2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. watching swimming skating running making

C 1. is shiningare walking are wearing are not / arent wearing are flying is looking is not / isnt looking is listening

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Units 3 - 4Page 20 Page 23

ListeningCD Script Julie: Gavin: Julie: Gavin: Julie: Gavin: Julie: Gavin: Hello? Hi, Julie! Its Gavin speaking. Whats new? Not much. Its very boring at home. So why dont you go skiing? Are you crazy? Its 25o C outside. There isnt any snow here. Oops, I forgot. Its summer there. Come to Coronet Peak. Theres a lot of snow here. I dont understand... You see...New Zeland is in the Southern Hemisphere, so the seasons arent at the same time as in England. January is a sum