Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Book 1 Unit 10-12 Workbook Answers

No description
by

Moses Haynes

on 24 March 2014

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Book 1 Unit 10-12 Workbook Answers

Book 1 Review
Units 10-12

Vocabulary
1
1. shoe store
2. bookstore
3. bank
4. department
5. movie theater
6. coffee shop
Unit 10
Unit 11
Unit 12
Review & Check Units 10-12
2
1. bank
2. coffee shop
3. department store
4. shoe store
5. bookstore
6. movie theater
Language Practice
1
1. There are two coffee shops
around here.
2. There's an Internet cafe around
here.
3. There's a bank around here.
4. There are three restaurants
5. There's a movie theater around
here.
6. There are two convenience
stores around here.
Language Practice
2
1. There isn't a
2. There aren't any
3. There aren't any
4. There isn't a
5. There aren't any
6. There isn't a
3
1. down the street
2. across the street
3. on
4. around the corner
5. near
4
1. Excuse me. Can you help me?
2. Sure. What can I do for you?
3. I need a newspaper. Is there a
convenience store around here?
4. No, there isn't. But there are
newspapers at the bookstore down the
street.
5. Ok, and then I'd like to go downtown.
Is there a bus stop near here?
6. Yes, there is. It's around the corner.
7. Great. Thanks!
8. You're welcome.
5
1. No, there aren't. / Yes, there are. There are two banks in my neighborhood.
2. No, there isn't. / Yes, there is. (There is a movie theater in my neighborhood.)
3. No, there aren't. / Yes, there are. (There are two coffee shops in my neighborhood.)
4. No, there aren't. / Yes, there are. (There is one convenience store in my neighborhood.)
5. No, there isn't. / Yes, there is. (There is a train station in my neighborhood.)
6. No, there aren't. / Yes, there are. (There are four restaurants in my neighborhood.)
Listening and Pronunciation
1
1. her parents
2. 50 years old
3. a new restaurant
4. sushi restaurant
5. an expensive restaurant
Listen Again
1. It's downtown on Main Street.
2. Marisa's parents don't like sushi.
3. The French restaurant and sushi restaurant are downtown.
4. There's a coffee shop near the Chinese restaurant. / A coffee shop and shopping mall are near the Chinese restaurant.
5. Because it's cheap. / She thinks her parents will like it there.
Pronunciation
1. department store
2. convenience store
3. Internet cafe
4. coffee shop
5. shopping mall
Reading
1 New York City
2
3. department store
4. jewelry store
5. toy store
3
1. It's a department store.
2. It's a toy store. / It's one of the world's most exclusive toy stores.
3. It's a (famous) jewelry store.
4. There are / It has ten floors.
5. He visits FAO Schwarz / a toy store.
Vocabulary
1
1. lose 4. visit
2. break 5. write
3. climb 6. sit
2
1. your finger / your leg
2. your plane / your train
3. your passport / your money
4. a museum / a cathedral
5. an e-mail / a letter
Language Practice
1
1. forgot 4. arrived, missed
2. stayed, did 5. wrote
3. visited 6. met
2
1. Did Sue stay in a nice hotel?
Yes, she did.
2. Did Sue take a tour?
Yes, she did.
3. Did Sue try some local food?
Yes, she did.
4. Did Sue write any postcards?
No, she didn't.
5. Did Sue visit any art galleries?
No, she didn't.
6. Did Sue meet anyone interesting?
Yes, she did.
3
1. Joe didn't take the train to Canada last month.
2. Beth didn't go to a movie last week.
3. Max didn't visit his friend yesterday.
4. Lucy and Bernardo din't fly to India last summer.
4
1. arrived 6. didn't stay
2. saw 7. visited
3. didn't walk 8. saw
4. took 9. missed
5. went
5
1. How was your vacation?
2. Did you have a good time?
3. Where did you stay?
4. What did you do there?
5. Did you go to Hollywood?
6. Did you see anyone famous?
Listening and Pronunciation
1
1. last week 4. photograph
2. terrific 5. beach
3. galleries 6. didn't get
Listen Again
1. mountain 4. book
2. art galleries 5. swimming
3. beach 6. (walking) tour
Pronunciation
1. a
2. a
3. b
4. a
5. a
6. b
Reading
1
1. The traffic was awful.
2. They missed their plane.
3. They lost their luggage.
4. They didn't sleep well.
5. Max was sick.
6. The weather was terrible.
2
1. They took the bus to the airport.
2. (Because) the (hotel) beds weren't comfortable.
3. Max ate some (bad) fish (before he was sick).
4. Max was in the hospital for two days. / Max spent two days in the hospital.
5. They wanted to sit on the beach and swim in the ocean.
6. They needed another vacation.
Vocabulary
1
Across
bus, plane, taxi, limousine, subway, motorcycle
Down
SUV, truck, helicopter, train, van
2
1. She goes to work by helicopter.
2. I usually ride my bicycle to class.
3. They never take a taxi.
4. I sometimes drive my sports car to the beach.
5. My sister always goes to work on foot.
6. He rides a motorcycle on the weekend.
Language Practice
1
1. is going to visit
2. is going to stay
3. are going to take
4. are going to drive
5. is going to buy
2
1. Carol isn't going to take the subway to work.
2. We aren't going to visit our friends.
3. He isn't going to watch a movie.
4. They aren't going to go out tonight.
5. Eve isn't going to be in the office next week.
3
1. How long is he going to stay there?
2. What are you going to study?
3. How are they gong to get there?
4. Where are you / we going to go (on vacation)?
5. When is she going to come home?
4
1. going to do
2. going to look for
3. I'm going to
4. are going to
5. you going to do
6. Where are you
7. Are you going to
8. going to go
5
1. A Are you going to drive that Japanese sports car?
B Yes, I am.
2. A Are we going to take a taxi to the airport?
B No, we aren't.
3. A Is Keiko going to ride her motorcycle to the party?
B Yes, she is.,
4. A Is the plane going to be late?
B No, it isn't.
5. A Are Marta and Hugo going to buy an SUV?
B Yes, they are.
6. A Is William going to ride in his friend's limousine?
B No, he isn't.
Listening and Pronunciation
1
1. False 4. False
2. True 5. False
3. False
Listen Again
1. Michelle is going to come back on Sunday night. / Michelle isn't going to come back on Monday night.
2. Michelle's parents drove their SUV to Chicago.
3. By car, it takes more than two days to drive from Miami to Chicago. / By plane, it takes more than two hours to fly from Miami to Chicago.
4. From Miami to Chicago, traveling by car is faster than by bus. / From Miami to Chicago, traveling by plane is faster than by car / bus.
Pronunciation
1. a 4. a
2. a 5. b
3. b 6. a
Reading
1
1.
2
1. He's gong to eat at a sushi restaurant.
2. He's going to take the train (to Tokyo).
3. He's going to stay (in Tokyo) (with his friend, Taka,) for two nights.
4. He's going to (rent a car and ) drive around for a few days.
5. His brother and sister are going to get him (at the airport).
6. He's going to go back to college (in Wisconsin) (in September).
Vocabulary
1
1. d 4. c
2. b 5. d
3. c 6. b
2
1. c 4. a
2. d 5. d
3. b 6. d
Language
1
1. b 4. c
2. b 5. a
3. d 6. c
2
1. b 4. a
2. a 5. b
3. c 6. c
Conversation
1. b 5. d 9. c
2. c 6. b 10. a
3. a 7. a 11. b
4. c 8. b 12. a
Reading
1. d
2. c
3. b
4. c
5. c
6. b
Unit 1
Greetings and Introductions
1
1. How
2. thanks
3. you
4. Good

2
1. How are you?
2. How's it going?
3. What's your name?
4. How are things?
5. Where are you from?
6. How about you?
7. Who's that woman?
8. Would you like to meet her?
3
1. What's your name?
2. Are you from the US?
3. Where are you from?
4. Are you a student?
5. How about you?
3
1. Their names are Beth and David.
2. They are / 're 24.
3. They are / 're from Los Angeles.
4. They are / 're teachers.

4
1. Susan isn't 21. She's 23.
2. Aki and Haru aren't actors. They're doctors.
3. Frank isn't an artist. He's a student.
4. Tracy and I aren't from the US. We're from Canada.
5. His name isn't Emilio. His name is Esteban. / It's Esteban.
5
1. Is
2. it is
3. Are
4. I'm not
5. Are
6. they are

6
1. I'm from Ireland, but my wife is from Korea.
2. My parents live in Mexico. Their names are Carmen and Tonio.
3. She is from Canada, but her parents are from Brazil.
4. He's a student. His sister is an artist.
7
first part
1. Are you a student?
2. What is your name?
3. How old are you?
4. Where are your parents from?

second part
Answers will vary.
1. Yes, I am.
2. My name is Chen.
3. I'm 22.
4. They're from Taiwan.
Listening and Pronunciation
1
1.
2.
5.

Listen Again
1. Canada
2. Vancouver
3. teacher
4. 25
Pronunciation
1. Je . na
2. Ca . ta . ri . na
3. Bra . zil
4. Van . cou . ver
5. ci . ty
6. ar . tist
7. tea . cher
8. bro . ther
9. Char . lie
10. pho . to . gra . pher
Unit 2
Full transcript