Friday, 27 April 2012

Easter Homework. Answers.

Page 40.-
Ex 1
1. flood, 2. recycling, 3. litter, 4. wildfire, 5. drought, 6. plants, 7. pollution, 8. hunger

Ex 2
1. global warming, 2. deforestation, 3. hurricane, , 4. wildlife, 5. heatwave, 6. renewable energy

Ex 3
1. pollution, 2. recycling, 3. hunger, 4. drought, 5. plants, 6. litter, 7. wildfire, 8. flood

Ex 4
1c, 2d, 3b, 4a

Page 41.-
Ex 5
1. will cause, 2. won't be, 3. Will/ discover, 4. will disappear, 5. won't drive

Ex 6
1. am going to wash, 2. Are/ going to watch, 3. am not going to walk, 4. is going to eat, 5. are going to study, 6. are/ going to wear

Ex 7
1. is taking off, 2. Aer/ getting off, 3. aren't dribing, 4. 'm catching, 5. Is/ getting on, 6. isn't going

Ex 8
1. Are/ coming, 2. won't go, 3. will be, 4. will come, 5. invite, 6. ask

Ex 9
1 were, 2. wouldn't die, 3. rained, 4. would live, 5. used

Ex 10
1d, 2c, 3e, 4a, 5b

Page 42
Ex 1
1. Are/ coming, 2 are going to collect, 3 is/ going to be, 4 are meeting, 5 are giving, 6 will get, 7 would come, 8 study

Ex 2
2 is going to drink water, 3 Jan is going to pick up the litter/ the banana peel, 4 Everybody is going home at 1 pm, 5 Kim, 6 He will cut his leg, 7 If I were there, I would warn him/ tell him to move/ tell him to be careful.

Be the teacher
1 Sam doesn't enjoy the beach because of all the pollution. 2 There won't be any more trees if we don't plant some soon. 3 Are you going to read more about recycling on the Internet? 4 People will use renewable energy in the future. 5 If there is a drought, all the plants will die.

Page 43
Ex 3
5 unforgettable, 1 inconvenient, 3 impossible, 4 alarming, 5 urgent

Ex 4
1 inappropriate, 2 fabuluous, 3 urgent, 4 sensitive, 5 inconvenient, 6 alarming, 7 impressive, 8 unforgettable

Ex 5
1 fabulous, 2 sensitive, 3 impossible, 4 unforgettable, 5 impressive, 6 terrible

Word builder
1. unhappy, 2. inappropriate, 3 unhealthy, 4 impossible, 5 insensitive, 6 unusual, 7 unpopular, 8 unfashionable, 9 inconvenient, 10 unnatural

Page 44
Ex 2
1F 2T 3F 4T 5F

Ex 3
1 They are light to carry/ You can use them more than once. 2 They get caught in the bags. They eat the bags because they think they are food. 3 Because you have to cut down many trees to make them, 4 air pollution, 5 Bags are made from cotton or other natural materials

Page 46
Ex 1
1b 2c 3c 4a 5a

Ex 2
1 terrible, 2 unforgeattable, 3 fabulous, 4 urgent, 5 sensitive

Ex 3
1 will live, 2 won't rain, 3 will be

Ex 4
1 is going to miss, 2 isn't going to go, 3 am going to tell, 4 aren't going to work

Ex 5
1 are you going this weekend?, 2 Why are you going to Manchester?, 3 Are you staying at a hotel?

Ex 6
1 were, 2 won't go, 3 wouldn't be, 4 doesn't ring, 5 will be

Dossier 5. Tu me passes un coup de fil?

DA 5,6


OB 4,1

All 7,7

AM 4,7

IP 7

AS 7,8

YY 6,6

Thursday, 26 April 2012

Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Marks.

AAM 3,6 (Albaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!)


VBB 6,4 (Congratulations!)

LBS

GLCB 3,4

GCR 3

AC

VCG 2,6

DRDP 4

JDE 3

CER 1,2

APEA 4,6

AGB 4

MGF 7 (Very well done!)

CGB 1,8

AMA 3,8 (What am I supposed to do with you????)

AMG 5,2 (You can't say you aren't learning this year!)

MMM 3,4

LMF 6,6 (Effort pays off!)

CPG 5,2 (Well done!)

APS 4 (Did you prepare the questions?????)

RRV

PSA 3

JSM 3,2

JZM 2,6

Grammar Build Up. Answers.

Friday, 6 April 2012

Agir et communiquer en classe.



Qui dit quoi?
Le professeur? 1, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15
L’élève? 2, 3, 5, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14

Cherche!
Quelles phrases indiquent une condition? 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15
Une menace? 7
La capacité de faire quelque chose? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 13, 14