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  1. 1. 10 page 41 1. The Palace of Westminster, also known as the Houses of Parliament, London, UK 2. The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, USA 3. The Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia 4. The Taj Mahal, Agra, India 5. The Burj Al Arab, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 6. The Petronas Towers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 7. The Great Wall of China 8. The Alhambra, Granada, Spain 9. The Beijing National Aquatics Centre (also known as the Water Cube), Beijing, China READING (page 42) 2. 1. 45ºC (line 5) 2. Hydropolis (line 13) 3. 300 (lines 21-22) 4. Ethiopia (lines 24-25) 5. 12-million-square-foot (line 30) 3. 1. These new projects will create another source of income. 2. If other architects knew the height of Burj Dubai, they would try to beat it. 3. These underwater rooms will have plexiglass walls and guests will be able to see the marine life. 4. Because each of The World’s 300 islands is for sale starting at $15 million. 5. What is innovative is that each storey will rotate independently round a central axis, completing 360º every 90 minutes. 4. 1. True 2. True 3. False 4. False 5. False 5. 1. d 2. b 6. 1. income (line 3) 4. turn round (line 27) 2. marine life (line 16) 5. grandiose (line 29) 3. spare (line 23) VOCABULARY (page 44) Words from the Text 1. 1. ruler 4. resort 2. source 5. spare 3. shore 6. huge 2. 1. a 5. b 2. b 6. b 3. b 7. a 4. a 8. b Landmarks4 3. 1. you to take 2. to read 3. you to leave 4. 1. Thomas wanted to visit Dubai. 2. The cat wants to go out. 3. Lucy’s boss wants her to work tonight. 4. Do you want me to open the window? 5. Charlotte didn’t want to practise the piano. 6. Does Ben want us to bring anything? 5. 1. Anne wants to eat at an Indian restaurant. 2. Mia’s father wants her to tidy her room. 3. The teacher wants the students to pay attention. 4. Julia doesn’t want to get up. 5. Sara doesn’t want Mark to laugh at her. Topic Vocabulary BUILDINGS 1. Materials: iron, steel, stone, glass, concrete Buildings or structures: skyscraper, office block, bridge 2. 1. spacious 5. engineer 2. support 6. narrow 3. storey 7. ancient 4. tear down 8. landmark 3. 1. c 4. a 2. e 5. d 3. b 4. 1. British 2. British 3. American 5. 1. store / mall 2. movie theater / main street 3. in the city centre / car parks 6. 1. ancient 5. support 2. stone 6. steel 3. skyscrapers 7. storeys 4. glass 8. lift GRAMMAR (page 46) FUTURE SIMPLE BE GOING TO 1. 1. b 2. d 3. c 4. e 5. a 2. 1. Future Simple 2. Future Simple 3. be going to 4. Future Simple 5. be going to 3. a. will b. am, is or are
  2. 2. 11 FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE FUTURE CONTINUOUS (page 46) 1. 1. a 2. b 2. 1. be 2. have 1. 1. are not going to pass (prediction of future event based on evidence) 2. will enjoy (prediction of future event) 3. will leave (announcement of event in timetable) 4. Are … going to come (future plan) 5. is going to fall (prediction of future event based on evidence) 6. will call (spontaneous decision) 2. 3. The bus to London is leaving at 10.30 pm. 4. Are you coming to the party tonight? 3. 1. I’ll turn on the air conditioner. (spontaneous decision) 2. She is going to have an operation tomorrow. (future plan) 3. Beth will be very pleased. (prediction of future event) 4. I’ll return it next week. (spontaneous decision) 5. I’m going to go out with my boyfriend this evening. (future plan) 6. He is going to jump! (prediction of future event based on evidence) 4. 1. Will you be waiting 4. I’ll be sleeping 2. You’ll have spent 5. I’ll have saved 3. she’ll be working 6. They’ll have eaten page 47 5. 1. will have become 4. will be staying 2. will have finished 5. will be studying 3. will be skiing 6. will have changed 6. 1. will ask 5. will have known 2. am going to take 6. is going to date 3. will be sitting 7. won’t answer 4. will be 8. will have found 7. Possible Answers 1. I will be preparing for my Selectivitat exams. 2. I’m going to have a party for one of my friends. 3. I think I will have a lot of money when I’m older because I want to become a famous engineer. 4. I don’t think I will get married young because I want to travel abroad. 5. By the time I’m 30, I think I will have found a good job. 8. 1. will be living 5. won’t need 2. is ... going to start 6. will have 3. will build 7. will have ... replaced 4. will ... reduce 8. will have become Grammar Review 9. 1. Fashions will have changed by the time you are older. 2. Paul has known Julie since primary school. 3. When did you buy this car? 4. At six o’clock we will be playing tennis. 5. After Mark had left, Nancy cried for an hour. SKILLS (page 48) LISTENING GUIDED TOURS 1. 1. skyscraper, glass, steel, tall 2. stone, ancient, tall 3. unusual, steel, tall 4. unusual, steel, tall, modern 2. Landmark a: Eiffel Tower, Paris, France Landmark b: Towers of San Gimignano, Italy Landmark c: Empire State Building, New York City, USA 4. 1. Eiffel Tower 2. Empire State Building 3. Towers of San Gimignano 4. Empire State Building 5. Empire State Building 6. Eiffel Tower 7. Eiffel Tower 8. Towers of San Gimignano SPEAKING (page 49) COMPARING PICTURES 1. To show similarities: 2, 3, 8 To show differences: 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 2. Possible Answers National Academic Theatre, Odessa beautiful, elegant, luxurious, stone, ornaments, sculptures National Centre for the Performing Arts, Beijing glass, steel, modern, unusual, state-of-the-art Colosseum, Rome ancient, famous, breathtaking, amazing, stone Olympic Stadium, Montreal concrete, iron, steel, modern, amazing Pair 1: Both pictures show famous landmarks where people perform music. Picture A shows a luxurious, old, stone theatre, but picture B shows an unusual, glass theatre. The theatre in picture B is more modern than the theatre in picture A. Pair 2: Picture A shows an ancient, stone amphitheatre, while picture B shows a modern, concrete stadium. The two pictures are alike because they both show landmarks where competitions took place. Another thing the buildings have got in common, is that they are both round.
  3. 3. 12 WRITING (page 50) A Description of a Place 1. The writer describes the sculptures, the gargoyles, the columns, the glass windows and the organ. The writer’s opinion is quite positive: it’s worth visiting this landmark even if you aren’t a great architecture fan. 2. 1. Paragraphs 2 and 3 (... climb a tower to see the gargoyles up close, hear the beautiful sounds of the cathedral’s famous organ.) 2. Paragraph 1 (Notre Dame Cathedral … stands on a small island in the middle of the River Seine in Paris, France). 3. Paragraph 4 (Even if you are not a great architecture fan, you will never forget its beauty.) 4. Paragraphs 2 and 3 (three doors, two huge towers, rows and rows of tall, slim columns, lovely stained glass windows) 3. 1. magnificent, splendid 2. lovely, elegant 3. immense, huge 4. breathtaking, spectacular 5. ancient, historic page 51 4. Possible Answers A village: picturesque, lovely, peaceful, ancient, colourful, lively A football stadium: modern, spectacular, spacious, noisy, grand, majestic, huge, crowded A road: narrow, noisy, lovely, peaceful, crowded Mountains: towering, marvellous, spectacular, breathtaking, majestic A local market: noisy, colourful, lively, unusual, crowded A palace: marvellous, spectacular, breathtaking, elegant, ancient, majestic, luxurious, huge 5. Possible Answers 1. breathtaking 5. picturesque 2. towering 6. crowded 3. ancient 7. marvellous 4. luxurious 8. huge 6. 1. ugly, modern, concrete 2. huge, ancient, Roman 3. tall, black, glass 4. spectacular, new, steel 5. modern, A-shaped, iron LIFE SKILLS (page 52) INTERNET RESEARCH TASK QUESTIONS 1. Best search word: bridges europe Too general: bridges Too specific: millau bridge france 2. 1. a 2. c 3. d 4. b 3. The first site will give him historical facts. The second site would be better for a tourist planning to go to Stonehenge.

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