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Vocabulary and Warm-Up

Vocabulary and Warm-Up

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  • 1. Warm Up Work with a partner.STAYING IN TOUCH<br />mobile phonemessengertext messagesvoice mailmorse codephonee-mailmailfaxlettersmokewalkie-talkie<br /> How often do you use <br />In the past, did people use……………….to keep in touch?<br />Vocabulary Read the paragraphs on the pages 120 and 121. Mark the sentences True/False.<br />People carried letters by cars 4,000 years ago.T/FMany people knew writing letters then.T/FScribes wrote letter for illegimate people 4,000 years ago.T/FThe first stamp appeared in 1840.T/FStamps were very expensive then.T/FToday, those stamps cost 375 dollars.T/FIn the 1840s, letter was very popular. T/FIn 1840, writing a letter took several days.T/FThe first typewriter appeared in 1871.T/FIt was Graham Bell who invented telephone in the 18th century.T/FNobody was interested in his new invention,telephone.T/FOne hundred years from 1876, fax machines became popular.T/FThe US army used telephones during 1930s.T/FA walkie talkie weighed around 13.5 kilos.T/FPeople invented internet in the 1970s.T/FEveryday, people send 36 million e-mails.T/F<br />Practice Vocabulary Fill in the blanks with a word below. Use the correct form of the word.<br />Fortune tellers……………………your future by looking into a cristal ball and tell it to you.The first mechanical calculating machine…………………in 1623.Blood……………….oxygen to our whole body and travels very fast.I can’t buy this cloth. It is too…………………………….………………………..people can know neither how to write nor how to read.CARRY KNOW ILLEGIMATE EXPENSIVE APPEAR<br />When I was a student at high school, I was…………………..in sports a lot.Travelling from home to school………………………only ten minutes.It was Scotsman John Napier who………………….logarithm.Tarkan is a……………………..singer and is also well-known for his ability to read classical music.The movie “Avatar” ……………………..500 million dollars to make.Cost popular takeInvent INTEREST<br />Many people ……………………mobile phones in order to…………………… in touch with their friends, co-workers and families.An average camel…………………….350 kilos.I…………………you an e-mail yesterday to tell you about the meeting.Despite the harsh criticism, the Tv series “Muhteşem Yüzyıl” ………………….popular.BecomeuseweIghsendstay<br />