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Існують багато законів природи, які ми не можемо ігнорувати, такі як гравітація та відходи. Ми знаємо, що йде вверх, має також йти вниз та точно також ми не можемо уникнути той факт, що все те, що ми виробляємо та споживаємо, перетворюється у відходи. Професор Ліам Тейлор, експерт природи намагається переконати мене, що я міг витрачати менше.

В магазині він взяв із моєї корзини лоток с шістьма ківі із Нової Зеландії, покриті прозорим пластиком. Це, можливо, викликало 3 тону карбону діоксиду під час перельоту з шляхом 12 тич. миль. А ще гірше - це те, що цей вид пластмаси неможливо утилізувати. Що трапилось з місцевими яблуками? "Нічого", - я слабо відповів, " я віддаю перевагу тільки ківі". "Хмм. Що ж, якщо тобі прийдеться взяти їх, їж італійські, також купуй без упаковки".

Він подивився на пляшки води і банки Кока-Коли. Перед тим, як він заговорить, я кажу: "Я завжди обережно відношусь до утилізації цих виробів".
"Що ж, це добре, але алюміній в тих банках - погано. Вони мають добути чотири тону каменя, щоб отримати один тон алюмінію, а ціна перевозки банок та скляних пляшок дорожче, так як вони важчі від пластикових. У будь-якому випадку, що трапилось із споживанням водопровідної води? Це набагато ефективніше.

"Я ...від...віддаю перевагу...". Погляд професора перебив мене з закінченням речення!
"

WB
Task 1

p. 76 Ex. A

1. Sciencefication
2. Historicaldrama
3. Action
4. Thtiller
5. Comedt
6. Martialarts

p.76 Ex. B
1. Horror
2. Special effects
3. Past
4. Predictable
5. Martial arts
6. Romantic

p.76 Ex. C

1. A
2. C
3. A
4. B
5. A
6. B
7. B
8. C

Listening

p.76 Ex. A
1. C
2. A
3. B

p.76 Ex. C

1. C
2. A
3. B
4. C
5. B
6. A

p.76 Ex. D

1. T
2. F
3. F
4. T
5. T
6. F

Developin conversation

p.77 Ex. A

1. d
2. a
3. e
4. f
5. b
6. c

p.77 Ex. B

1. What are you doing
2. Would you like
3. Is supposed
4. Really talented
5. amazing
6. Why Don’t you
7. Are supposed to
8. Do you fancy

Grammar

p.77 Ex. A

1. bored
2. interesting
3. excited
4. shocked
5. disappointing
6. annoying
7. tiring
8. confused

p.77 Ex. B

1. annoying
2. surprised
3. worried
4. disgusting
5. boring
6. amazing

p.78 Ex. A
1. instrument
2. rehearse
3. composer
4. album
5. voice
6. portrait photographer
7. sculptures
8. exhibition
9. landscape
10.painting
11. action
12. authors
13. novel
14. published
15. letter
16. biographies

Grammar

p.78 Ex. A

1. for
2. for
3. since
5. for
6. for

p.78 Ex. B

1. been acting starred
2. directed been working
3. started, has held
4. has been playing, has had
5. hnow, have been going
6. become, published

p.78 Ex. C

1 . has been playing
2. has gained
3. has recorded
4. has worked
5. has been touring

Reading

p.79 Ex. A
1. B
2. C
3. A

p.79 Ex. B

1. B 2. A 3. B,C 4. A 5. B,C 6. C

p.79 Ex. C

Adjective

| Veb | Moving
Exciting DisappointingAmazingShockingSurprisingupsetting | MoveExciteDisappointAmazeShockSurpriseupset |

Vocebulary

p.80 Ex. A

film industry, music business, police officer, screenwriter, pop star, special effect

p.80 Ex.B

1. Pop star 2. Screenwriter 3. Spesial effects 4. Film industry

p.80 Ex. C

1. Special effect 2. Music business 3. Police office 4. Film industry 5. Pop star 6. Screenwriter

Pronunciation

p.80 Ex.A

id | d | ExcitedDisappointedInterestedTreatedDirectedrecorded | BoredTiredStarred AmazedPlayedsurprised |

Developing writing

p.80 Ex.A

1. Moving 2. Interested 3. Surprising

p.80 Ex.B

1. C 2. A 3. B

WB
Task 2

Grammar

p. 82 Ex. A

1. Where you can get fit 2. Who prepares food in a restaurant 3. Which cleans carpet 4. Who make things from wood 5. Where you can watch the last movies 6. Which helps you to get dry 7. Where people race horses 8. Which hold water

p. 82 Ex B

1. Who 2. Where 3. Who 4. When 5. Who 6. Where 7. Who 8. When

p. 82 Ex C

1. Which 2. Which 3. Who 4. Who 5. Which

Vocabulary

p. 82 Ex A

1. Cloth 2. Bin 3. Duvet 4. Nail 5. Pan 6. Garage 7. Thread 8. Torch 9. Iron 10. Hammer

p. 82 Ex B

1. Mop and bucket, a 2. Needle and thread, c 3. Dustpan and brush, d 4. Hammer and nails, b

Developing conversation

p. 83 Ex A

1. A: Can I borrow a hairdryer?
B: There’s one on the bathroom wall.

2. A: Where do you keep the plasters?
B: There's a first aid kit in the kitchen cupboard

3. A: Have you got any snacks?
B: Yes, there are some in the fridge.

4. A: Have you got a needle and threads?
B: There's sewing box on the shelf

5. A: Can I make a drink?
B: Yes, the coffee is on the shelf

6. A: Have you got today's paper?
B: It is on the table by the TV

p. 83 Ex B

1. Next 2. In 3. At 4. On 5. Under 6. In 7. On 8. In

Listening

p. 83 Ex A

Clean carpet in lobby, Clean marble floor in dining room, Wipe mirrors, Put up picture.

p. 83 Ex B

1. A vacuum cleaner 2. A mop and bucket 3. A cloth 4. A hammer and some nails

p. 83 Ex C

1. A cloth
2. A mop and bucket
3. A hammer and some nails
4 .A vacuum cleaner

p. 83 Ex D

A torch

Vocabulary

p. 84 Ex A

1. Shampoo 2. Bread 3. Fish 4. Butter 5. Chees 6. Sausages 7. Crisps 8. eggs

p. 84 Ex B

1. e 2. c 3. b 4. d 5. a 6. f

p. 84 Ex A

b.

p. 85 Ex B

1. In an empty shop in Oxford Street, London 2. 10 3. 7,227 4. Break Down 5. Consumer society 6. His cat 7. He felt an incredible sense of freedom 8. He has become one of the most respected artists in the UK

p. 85 Ex C

1. T 2. F 3. F 4. F 5. T 6. F

p. 85 Ex D

1. Why do you think that? 2. It was so wasteful 3. I think he made a good point 4. We all have too many possessions these days 5. But he could have given them to charity 6. You're always going shopping

Grammar

p. 85 Ex A

1. C 2. B 3. A

p. 85 Ex B

1. You must 2. You mustn’t 3. You must 4. You mustn’t 5. You don`t have to 6. You must 7. You don’t have to 8. You don’t have to 9. You mustn’t 10. You mustn’t

Grammar

p. 86 Ex A

1. For 2. To 3. To 4. For 5. To 6. To 7. To 8. For

p. 86 Ex B

1. He gave me the books 2. I brought a cup of coffee for you 3. He poured me a glass of milk 4. I sent a postcard to you 5. She made me a sandwich 6. He read the report to them 7. They lent us their car 8. We cocked them dinner

Pronunciation

p. 86 Ex A

1. Class 2. Ban 3. Bin 4. Pair 5. Gold 6. Could 7. Ban 8. Pad 9. Goal 10. Pouring

Listening

p. 86 Ex A

1. T 2. T 3. F 4. T 5. T 6. F

Writing

p. 86 Ex A

a 3 b 4 c 1 d 2

Vocabulary Builder

p. 87 Ex A

1. rid 2. break 3. forecast 4. going 5. turned 6. warning
p. 87 Ex B

1. T 2. F 3. F 4. T 5. T 6. F 7. F

p. 87 Ex C
1. reduction
2. Confused
3. Attractive
4. Dispose
5. Efficient
6. Recycling

p. 87 Ex D

1. Clue 2. petrol 3. Sink 4. Soap 5. Neighbor 6. racing

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