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Unit 10 Products

  1. 1. Products 10.1 Can you describe things you own? Unit10 1 Unscramble the words and match 4 Complete the descriptions using with the definitions below. these words. a dowo ____________ wood ___ 3 b atrehle ____________ ___ made of … c brubre ____________ ___ plastic glass wood metal leather d aclstpi ____________ ___ used for … -ing: e tnotoc ____________ ___ dry keep up open sit light write f lsgsa ____________ ___ g aerpp ____________ ___ h olow ____________ ___ 1 You put your shopping into bags made of this. 2 This is easy to break and is made of sand. 3 This comes from trees. 4 This stops water from getting inside. 5 This comes from animal hair. a b 6 This comes from a plant. 7 This comes from animal skin. 8 You write on this and it comes from trees. 2 Unscramble the questions. a camera / a / made / what / of / is / ? _______________________________________ What is a camera made of? c d b is / a / mirror/ what / of / made / ? _______________________________________ c used / is / what / a / sporran / for / ? _______________________________________ d for / what / are / bagpipes / used / ? _______________________________________ e are / what / scissors / used / nail / for / ? _______________________________________ e f f is / soap / what / used / for / ? _______________________________________ a _______________________________________ It is made of plastic and metal and used _______________________________________ for opening tins. 3 Match these answers to the questions b _______________________________________ in Activity 2. _______________________________________ 1 It is made of plastic and metal. ___ a c _______________________________________ 2 They are used for cutting nails. ___ _______________________________________ 3 They are used to make music. ___ d _______________________________________ 4 It is used for carrying money and personal _______________________________________ items in. ___ e _______________________________________ 5 It is used for washing and cleaning your _______________________________________ hands. ___ f _______________________________________ 6 It is made of glass and metal or wood. ___ _______________________________________ © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE 47
  2. 2. Products 10.2 Vocabulary Unit10 1 Match the two columns. 4 Match the words with the pictures. a keep 1 your teeth alarm clock cereal diamond gold coins b stick 2 trainers lorry olive toothpaste zipper c light 3 dry d brush 4 a fire e record 5 things together f design 6 an album a b 2 Find the past tenses of the following ___________________ ___________________ diamond verbs. buy choose close drink keep light open send c d O I C H O S E ___________________ ___________________ P S L I T K K E B O U G H T N P S T P K C E K E P T O K e f D B D R A N K ___________________ ___________________ S E N T F L T 3 Correct these sentences. Use these words to help you. g h bread diamond outside dry ___________________ ___________________ always shampoo Spanish a In Mexico the people speak Russian. _______________________________________ No, they don’t. They speak Spanish. 5 Circle the different word and say why. b We use oil to wash our hair. a mined mixed measured choose _______________________________________ _______________________________________ The others are past tenses. c The bark of a tree is on the inside. b Mexico Japan Austria Asia _______________________________________ _______________________________________ d An umbrella is for keeping you wet. c make trainers design assemble _______________________________________ _______________________________________ e Wheat is used to make shampoo. d trousers belt kilt shampoo _______________________________________ _______________________________________ f Plastic is the hardest mineral in the world. e wheat olives sugar gold _______________________________________ _______________________________________ g You should never brush your teeth after eating. f oil gold diamonds glass _______________________________________ _______________________________________ 48 © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  3. 3. Products 0 10.3 Can you talk about products from your country? Unit10 1 Unscramble these words and match 4 Write questions in the passive voice them to the definitions. using these prompts and where. a loaglb _____________ global ___ 1 b enszitic _____________ ___ c ngisde _____________ ___ d itrmpo _____________ ___ e bdliu _____________ ___ f aelbmess _____________ ___ a b g sdnomaid _____________ ___ 1 all over the world (adjective) 2 very expensive stones (noun) 3 the opposite of export (noun and verb) 4 to plan what something should be like (verb) 5 people who have the nationality of a country (plural noun) c d 6 to fit the different parts of something together (verb) 7 to construct something (verb) 2 Write the past participles of these e f verbs. a make _____________ made _ a most trainers / design? b design ______________ _______________________________________ Where are most trainers designed? c grow ______________ _ b diamonds / mine? d import _____________ _______________________________________ e build _______________ c rice / grow? f assemble ___________ _______________________________________ d cars / assemble? _______________________________________ e hamburgers / eat? 3 Unscramble these sentences. _______________________________________ f oil / produce? a computers / Korea / made / in / are / . _______________________________________ _______________________________________ Computers are made in Korea. b is / India / tea / grown / in / . _______________________________________ c are / USA / in / designed / trainers / the / . 5 Do you know? Write answers to the _______________________________________ questions in Activity 4. d exported / Spain / is / from / wine / . a _______________________________________ Trainers are designed in Japan. _______________________________________ b _______________________________________ e are / Asia / bridges / in / built / . c _______________________________________ _______________________________________ d _______________________________________ f are / televisions / assembled / China / in / . e _______________________________________ _______________________________________ f _______________________________________ © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE 49
  4. 4. Products 10.4 Reading and writing Unit10 1 Match these pictures to the different episodes of Madame C. Walker’s life. 5 3 1 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 4 6 a ___ Sarah Breedlove, who later became known as Madame C. Walker, was an inspiration to many 2 Afro-American women. She created a business which made hair products for these women. b ___ She was born on December 23rd, 1867 in Delta, Louisiana. Her parents were slaves and she had one older sister. They became orphans when their parents died during an epidemic of yellow fever. Sarah and her sister moved to Vicksburg in 1878 and found work as maids. c ___ When she was fourteen, Sarah married Moses McWilliams. They had a daughter, Lelia, but when Lelia was only two, McWilliams died. Sarah married again and her second marriage lasted from 1894 to 1903. d ___ She got married again, in January 1906, to a businessman, Charles Joseph Walker. In September 1906, Madame C. Walker and her third husband toured the country promoting their products. From 1908 to 1910, they ran a beauty school in Pittsburgh. In 1910, they moved the central organisation to Indianapolis. e ___ In 1917, she started to give lectures on black issues. In 1918, she was the special speaker at meetings of the National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People. She donated large sums of money to black schools, orphanages and other organisations. f ___ Her home was also a place for leaders to discuss current issues. When Madame Walker died on May 25th, 1919, aged 51, she was the richest Afro-American woman in America and the first Afro-American woman millionaire. 2 Now put these events in the right order. a She is the special speaker at important meetings. ___ b She leaves Delta, Louisiana. ___ c She and her husband have a beauty school. d She gets married for the third time. ___ e Her daughter is born. ___ f Her parents die. ___ 1 3 Write true (T) or false (F). a Sarah had a younger sister. ___ F b They moved when they were young. ___ c Madame Walker was married twice. ___ d In 1920, she moved her business to a different place. ___ e She tried to help people. ___ f She didn’t have a lot of money when she died. ___ 4 Invent a new product to sell and help people. a What type of product will you sell? _________________________________________________________ b Who will you sell it to? ___________________________________________________________________ c What will it be made of? __________________________________________________________________ 50 © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  5. 5. Products 0 10.5 Culture Unit10 1 Match the picture to the words. arch guitar hospital water irrigation waterwheel zero a b c d e f ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ ______________ arch 2 Student A reads paragraphs 1, 3 and 5. Student B reads paragraphs 1, 2 and 4. Then ask each other what these words refer to. a Mecca b ‘al-sifr’ c algebra d Ibn-e-farnas 1 Do you recognize these words: alcohol, sugar, syrup, jacket, sofa? They all come from Arab words. There are many things in modern culture all around the world that originally came from the Arabic societies of a thousand years ago. 2 A long time before European doctors knew about medicine and disease, Muslim doctors knew what caused many diseases and how to control them. Mecca, Medina, Cairo and other great Muslim cities all had hospitals with large gardens. 3 The Arabs borrowed their numerical system from ancient India. When they did so, they called the number 0 ‘al-sifr’. This means nothing or empty. The Arabic word was Latinised as zero. Algebra comes from Arabic word ‘al-jabr’ which means changing a complicated set of numbers into a simpler language of symbols. This knowledge of mathematics was used by the Muslims to explore the seas and the stars: Sindbad was a real sailor who made voyages to China, Japan and Indonesia. All this happened many years before the European voyages of discovery. 4 While the Muslims were ruling in Spain there was great progress in science, arts, agriculture, and other products of civilization. The Muslims brought ideas like water irrigation — very important in hot countries — and the use of water for mills to create power and for clocks. Ibn-e-farnas was a Muslim scientist and inventor living in Spain. Around 800 AD he designed a flying machine — 700 years before Leonardo da Vinci’s ideas. The Mosque in Cordoba is one of the few remaining buildings that shows the incredible architecture and design of the ancient mosques all over the Muslim world. 5 Many people know that paper was invented in China, but not that paper was made of silk. It was the Muslims who changed silk for cotton, which was much cheaper and easier to use. It was this invention which allowed printing to develop in Europe. The Renaissance — one of the most important periods in European history and learning — was possible only because of paper and printing. 3 Work together. Find words in the text that mean: a a serious illness ____________ disease b a space inside a building, often with flowers and fountains ________________ c controlling water on the ground to help farming ________________ d places of worship for Muslims ________________ e improvement ________________ f a person who thinks of a machine or device for the first time ________________ g not as expensive ________________ © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE 51