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  1. 1. 16 page 65 Possible Answers Bad weather affects Holy Week processions in my town because when it’s raining, processions cannot take place and you have to wait till next year. Water sports are very popular where I live. The weather is warm for most of the year and the beaches are perfect for windsurfing and kitesurfing, as well as diving. READING (page 66) 2. 1. cause 2. addition 3. contrast 4. result 3. 1. True 4. False 2. True 5. True 3. False 6. False 4. 1. b 2. d 3. c 5. 1. pair (line 3) 2. rather than (line 4) 3. struck (line 11) 4. latest (line 12) 5. eerie (line 21) 6. witness (line 33) VOCABULARY (page 68) Words from the Text 1. 1. False. If something is ordinary, it is common. 2. False. If something is deadly, you can die from it. 3. True. 4. False. If you go back and forth, you change direction constantly. 5. False. If you witness something, you see it. 6. True. 7. True. 8. True. 2. 1. avoid 5. slip 2. weather forecaster 6. Rather than 3. path 7. skilled 4. chasing 3. 1. working 3. apologising 5. to let 2. to meet 4. Swimming 4. 1. I can’t help getting angry sometimes. 2. We never expected to win first prize. 3. Is there any chance of seeing you tonight? 4. I can’t imagine living in a big city. 5. My dog refuses to go out if it’s raining. 5. 1. b 2. a 3. a Extreme Weather6 Topic Vocabulary (page 69) WEATHER 1. 1. lightning 4. sweat 7. flood 2. forecast 5. soaking wet 8. slippery 3. degrees 6. rainfall 2. 1. snow 4. not enough 7. higher 2. warmer 5. 42ºC 8. cold 3. going to 6. need 3. 1. bitter cold, bitter wind 2. scorching heat, scorching temperatures 3. heavy rain, heavy snowfall 4. severe storms, severe weather 5. thick fog, thick clouds 6. mild temperatures, mild weather 4. 1. soaking wet 4. floods 7. degrees 2. rainfall 5. droughts 8. humidity 3. heavy rain 6. chilly 9. sweat GRAMMAR (page 70) MODALS 1. 1. b – can / are able to 6. f – must 2. d – shouldn’t 7. h – can’t 3. a – have to / must 8. e – Could / Would 4. i – don’t have to / needn’t 9. g – mustn’t 5. c – may / might 2. base MODAL PERFECTS 1. 1. a – should have 4. b – could have 2. d – must have 5. c – would have 3. e – might have / may have 2. past participle 1. 1. shouldn’t (advice) 2. must (obligation) 3. mustn’t (prohibition) 4. Could (polite request) 5. can’t (certainty that it’s impossible) 6. Can (ability) 7. must (certainty that it’s true) 8. might (possibility) 9. don’t have to (lack of obligation)
  2. 2. 17 page 70 2. Possible Answers 1. In the past, I couldn’t chat to girls because I was very shy. 2. As a student, I must start revising a few weeks before the exams. 3. According to my parents, I mustn’t drink any alcohol because it’s bad for my health. 4. My friends think that I should ask Vanessa out. 5. In our family, the children don’t have to wash the dishes. 6. In the future, I may move to another town. 7. One day, I will be able to design a skyscraper. 3. 1. must have (certainty) 2. should have (regret) 3. wouldn’t have (willingness to do something) 4. could have (ability) 5. might not have (possibility) page 71 4. 1. couldn’t have tried 4. must have left 2. would have worn 5. shouldn’t have scared 3. might have got 6. could have won 5. Possible Answers 1. Keira must have forgotten you had a date. 2. The teacher shouldn’t have been so rude to you. 3. You could have studied more, but you didn’t. 4. You might have lost it in the supermarket. 5. You should have bought the tickets earlier. 6. I would have stayed at home if I had known you were coming. 6. 1. They must have been frightened. 2. Could I please use your pen? 3. He can’t ride a bike yet. 4. She might not have seen us. 5. You needn’t help me. 6. You should save some money. 7. We shouldn’t have decided so quickly. 8. It must be very expensive. 7. 1. might strike 5. had to sleep 2. must evacuate 6. should have brought 3. can’t be 7. must have destroyed 4. should go 8. could have been easier Grammar Review 8. 1. You shouldn’t have hit your brother. 2. By October they will have finished building the house. 3. You don’t have to meet me at the airport. 4. That’s the street where Marcy lives. 5. Liz Atkins, who wrote this book, has a degree in philosophy. 6. John might have gone home early tonight. SKILLS (page 72) LISTENING NEWS REPORT 1. A. It looks like a tornado is coming close to a town. B. A globe of the world is being heated over a flame. C. A plane seems to be releasing smoke or chemicals into the air. D. A man is unwrapping what looks like a giant piece of ice. 2. Report 1: 1. False 2. True 3. True Report 2: 1. True 2. False 3. False 3. Report 3 – b Report 4 – d SPEAKING (page 73) INTERVIEWING 1. 1. d 3. f 5. a 2. c 4. b 6. e WRITING (page 74) A News Report 1. The fires are related to the weather because they began as a result of high temperatures and a drought. Lightning also caused many fires. It’s also possible that the heatwave will make the situation worse. 2. 1. Paragraph 1 4. Paragraph 1 2. Paragraph 1 5. Paragraph 2 3. Paragraph 1 3. In paragraph 4 4. Yes, the writer put the most important facts in the first paragraph and then developed the relevant information and added details in the following paragraphs. 5. Connectors of Cause as a result of cause: exceptionally high temperatures and the worst drought ever recorded result: the fires started several weeks ago because cause: the flames are out of control result: firefighters are having little success Connector of Result consequently cause: weather forecasters have warned of continuing heatwaves result: the situation may get worse 6. 1. Therefore 4. As a result 2. since 5. Due to 3. so 6. because
  3. 3. 18 page 75 7. 1. because of 3. As 5. As a result of 2. Due to 4. since 8. Possible Answers 1. As / Since / Because 2. so / therefore / as a result 3. due to / because of / as a result of 4. Therefore / Consequently / For this reason 5. because of / as a result of 6. as / since / because 9. 1. I bought a warm coat as I am travelling to Poland. 2. Because of the cold winters in England, they are moving to Spain. 3. People want to know what’s happening in the world. Therefore, they watch the news on TV. 4. Today’s forecasts are quite accurate due to the modern technology that they use / is used. 5. There was a hurricane warning. As a result, everyone left town. LIFE SKILLS (page 76) USING GRAPHS AND CHARTS TASK QUESTIONS 1. Graph A a. Temperature in degrees Celsius. b. The blue line shows the highest temperature and the red line shows the lowest temperature. Graph B a. The rainfall in millimetres. b. The letters stand for the months of the year. 2. 1. July 4. 20 2. 12ºC 5. October, No 3. 20ºC

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