Actividades Online Complementarias 1·2·3 Click into English! Contenido Introducción 3 Click into English! 1 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 4 6 8 10 12 14 Click into English! 2 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 16 18 20 22 24 26 Click into English! 3 Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4 Unit 5 Unit 6 28 30 32 34 36 38 Answer Key40 2 Introducción Actividades Online Complementarias: ¿por qué? Este material ha sido pensado para acompañar la serie Click into English! y tiene por objetivo responder al pedido de los docentes usuarios de la serie, quienes han manifestado el deseo de contar con mayor cantidad de ejercitación con el propósito de afianzar aún más los contenidos presentados, reforzar algunos de los conceptos y disponer de mayores recursos a la hora de planificar las clases. Actividades Online Complementarias: ¿qué son? Las actividades online constan de 6 bloques de ejercitación, que cubren el contenido de cada una de las seis unidades en los tres niveles de Click into English! Se presentan en contexto y han sido creadas teniendo en cuenta las estructuras gramaticales y aspectos sintácticos y morfológicos más importantes trabajados a lo largo de Click into English! Cabe destacar que algunos aspectos gramaticales pueden estar más trabajados que otros en función del nivel de complejidad de cada tema. Recordemos que la presentación de las actividades en contexto ayuda al alumno a pensar en la estructura de la lengua no como elementos a memorizar sino como herramientas para expresar o transmitir una idea. Si como docentes hacemos énfasis en esto, notaremos en el alumno un aprendizaje más sostenido y valioso que facilitará a su vez el uso de esas estructuras en contextos diferentes. Actividades Online Complementarias: ¿cómo usarlas? Es importante aclarar que las actividades online no pueden reemplazar el trabajo con el libro de texto sino que acompañan y sostienen el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje como una herramienta más para el desarrollo exitoso de nuestras clases. Como estrategia pedagógica, es válido permitirle al alumno consultar el libro de texto al momento de realizar las actividades ya que se transforma en una excusa volver al contenido anteriormente presentado y, de esa manera, afianzar el conocimiento de la lengua extranjera. Las actividades diseñadas se pueden usar para consolidar lo aprendido en clase, ya sea como ejercitación complementaria dentro de la misma clase o bien asignada como tarea para el hogar, según lo considere necesario cada docente. Es importante destacar que las consignas correspondientes al primer nivel de Click into English! han sido incluidas en español, al igual que en el Workbook, para ayudar a los alumnos a que puedan concentrarse en la resolución de los ejercicios y trabajar de manera independiente. Click into English! Como docentes sabemos que no todos nuestros alumnos mantienen el mismo ritmo de trabajo y, muchas veces, aquellos que terminan rápidamente se convierten en factor de distracción para aquellos que necesitan más tiempo para comprender y resolver la ejercitación. En esos momentos, las actividades online permiten a los alumnos del primer grupo seguir trabajando y consolidando sus conocimientos a la vez que el docente puede seguir acompañando a los que tienen mayor dificultad. Sin embargo, por su formato y características de diseño, las actividades también pueden ser copiadas en el pizarrón ya sea por el docente o por algún alumno. Dichas actividades pueden ser llevadas a cabo en forma individual, en pequeños grupos o con el total de alumnos de nuestra clase. Muchas de las actividades online pueden ser consideradas “disparadoras” para que el docente pueda seguir creando y agregando las suyas propias. Asimismo, cabe la posibilidad de que el alumno pueda imitar el tipo de ejercitación y realice actividades para sus compañeros, por supuesto bajo la supervisión del docente. Cómo encarar la corrección de las actividades online En algunos casos, el docente podrá facilitar las respuestas a los alumnos (ver página 40 Click into English! Answer Key) para que ellos mismos aprendan a monitorear su propio aprendizaje y desarrollen autonomía y responsabilidad. En estos casos, el objetivo y el feedback que se espera no es el de computar la cantidad de errores que cometieron sino ayudarlos a descubrir el motivo de confusión o la falta de atención hacia determinadas formas de la lengua extranjera. Sabemos por experiencia que la repetición de ejercicios no basta para incorporar nuevos conceptos – es necesario que el alumno reflexione. Una vez realizado este paso, la ejercitación adquirirá otro valor y otro significado tanto para el docente como para el alumno. Recordemos que darle al alumno la posibilidad de identificar su error, analizar el origen del mismo y buscar la manera de corregirlo son instancias de aprendizaje tan valiosas como la explicación del docente y la realización de las actividades que éste les asigna. Es nuestro anhelo que este nuevo material pueda acompañar aún más al docente en esta tarea de guiar a nuestros alumnos en la aventura de aprender, dándoles nuevas oportunidades de explorar y usar la lengua extranjera. 3 Click into English! 1 Unit 1 1. Esta es la familia de Jack. Completá las oraciones. amigos. Ordená el diálogo. William Scott Macy & Sylvia Brent Peter Macy & Jill Dent Jack Macy Sandra Macy Cathy Macy 4.En su primer día de clases, Jack conoce nuevos Bobby Macy Aaron Joe Macy a. Peter is Jack’s . b. William is Jack’s . c. Sylvia is Jack’s . d. Jill is Jack’s . e. Aaron is Jack’s . f. Cathy is Jack’s . g. Sandra is Jack’s . I’m thirteen years old. And you? Great! I’m from Florida, USA. Welcome to my country, Dan. Hi, Jack. I’m Daniel. Call me Dan. I’m from Ottawa, Canada. a Hello. My name is Jack. What’s your name? How old are you, Dan? I’m fourteen. Where are you from, Dan? 5. Ahora, practicá el diálogo con un compañero. 6.La siguiente información es sobre vos. Si no es 2.Jack te presenta a su familia. Completá con My, His o Her. a. Hello! a. I’m twenty-three years old. I’m not twenty-three years old. name is Jack. b. This is my sister. name is Cathy. c. This is my uncle Robert. nickname is Bobby. d. This is my grandpa Will. middle name is Scott. e. Jill is my mother. f. This is my brother Aaron. g. correcta, corregila. last name is Dent. b. My teacher is English. c. I’m from Salta. middle name is Joe. family’s last name is Macy. 3. Deletreá e investigá el significado de estas siglas. d. 543-5842 is my telephone number. e. CSI is my favourite TV programme. FBI UFO lol UK omg CSI 4 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable f. Jennifer Lawrence is my friend. Unit 1 Click into English! 1 7.¿Te gustaría entrevistar a Messi? Completá la 10.Alex busca cyber-amigos. Leé la información siguiente entrevista. y completá la ficha. You:Hello! My name is (a) . (b) ? LM: I’m Lionel Messi. You: (c) ? LM: I’m from Rosario. You:What is your (d) ? Inbox - Mail Alex Demopoulos To: Subject: Hello. My name is Alex Demopoulos. I’m from Athens, Greece. I’m thirteen years old. I’m a student in Athenas Comprehensive School. My best friend is Andreas. He’s a student, too. I’m not very tall. My eyes are brown and my hair is black. Write to: firstname.lastname@example.org LM: Lio. In Argentina people call me Pulga. You:(e) LM:I’m (f) ? years old. You:(g) son’s name? LM: His name is Thiago. You:(h) LM: He is (i) ? Full name: Age: Nationality: Occupation: Friend: Physical Description: years old. You:Thank you very much, Lio! 8.Ahora, pensá en tu estrella favorita y escribí una entrevista con ella/él en tu carpeta. 9.Elegí la opción correcta. a. This is my friend Nina. She / He is thirteen years old. b. This is Harry. His / Her last name is Benson. 11.Ordená las siguientes oraciones para formar un diálogo. a. father – is – England – your – from Is your father from England b. he – isn’t – no / is – he – German c. he – doctor – is – a ? c. My sister is North American. He / She is from NY. d. Mario is my friend. Her / His telephone number is ? d. isn’t – no – he 8904-8987. e. This is my dentist. Her / His name is Marian Dell. e. his – occupation – what’s f. Claudia is a teacher. She / He is Chilean. g. Jenny is a new student. She / He is very beautiful. h. Martin is a handsome boy. Her / His eyes are black. ? f. architect – he – is – an © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 5 Click into English! 1 Unit 2 1.Encontrá los siguientes números en la sopa de letras. 3.Leé el texto y completá el cuadro con la información necesaria. 30 13 50 3 46 70 4 21 18 81 S E V E N T Y T T E F F M K H E H Q H I E I G H T E E N I G I F F T R F O U R H I T H R E E D M T T I Y E A Y U O I E Y T W E N T Y O N E O N F C R A V Y F N N X F O R T Y S I X E T H I R T Y T D T B 2.Leé el siguiente texto y completá el árbol familiar de Zoe. Barbara Travers is really talented. She is only eleven years old and she is an excellent pianist. Her father is a doctor and her mother is a university teacher. She has a sister, Maggie. Maggie is eighteen years old and she is a very good dancer. Name Occupation Age Member Family 4.Ahora, escribí sobre Tony Stevens. Name Hello, my name is Zoe and my husband’s name is Marcos. We are Julian’s parents. My father’s name is Lucio and my mother’s name is Carol. I have a brother. His name is Mario and I have a sister, too. Her name is Elena. Elena has a daughter, Naty. She is Julian’s cousin. 6 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Tony Stevens Occupation schoolbus driver Age 34 Member Family ZOE Occupation Occupation mother dentist father architect brother singer Click into English! Unit 2 1 5.Identificá las banderas, colorealas y escribí 6.¿Con qué ocupaciones relacionás las siguientes sobre estas personas. palabras? Uní con flechas. Richard (36), London pianist a. hospital 1. artist b. stadium 2. writer c. taxi 3. electrician d. police car 4. doctor e. microphone 5. football player f. novel 6. bus driver g. electricity 7. police officer h. paints and brushes 8. taxi driver i. bus 9. pianist j. piano 10. singer His name is Richard. He is thirty-six. He is from London. He is British. He is a pianist. a. Sofía (16), Buenos Aires student b. Robin (23), Toronto architect 7.Ordená las palabras para formar preguntas y respondé con información sobre vos. a. your – is – What – name ? c. Mark (15), New York football player . b. from – are – you – Where ? . c. is – address – your– What d. Yoko (54), Osaka doctor ? . d. you – old – How – are ? e. Roberto (32), Puebla taxi driver . e. your – is – name – What – friend’s ? . © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 7 Click into English! 1 Unit 3 1.Consultá el cuadro y escribí oraciones. 2.Uní cada ciudad con lo que podemos encontrar en ellas. Escribí oraciones. Paula Vicky play the guitar P O play football O O O P play tennis swim O P sing P O play the piano Tommy P P dance Brian P O P a. Rio de Janeiro b.Rome c. Orlando d.Edinburgh e.Mexico f.Athens 1.mariachis 2. old temples 3.castles 4. carnival parades 5. fun parks 6. ancient ruins a. There are carnival parades in Rio de Janeiro. b. c. d. O e. f. Paula can play the guitar and sing but she can’t play football or swim. Vicky 3.¿Conocés bien tu país? Escribí oraciones usando: there is, there isn’t, there are o there aren’t. a. Córdoba / beaches There aren’t any beaches in Córdoba. b. Miramar / mountains Brian c. Puerto Madryn / whales d. Mar del Plata / casino Tommy e. Misiones / obelisk f. Santa Fé / waterfalls 8 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Unit 3 Click into English! 1 4.Pensá en tu ciudad y respondé usando las palabras que están en las cajas. supermarket bank hospital park restaurant club museum school a. Where can you see a doctor? 5.Leé la descripción de la escuela de Bruno y respondé las preguntas. Hi, my name is Bruno. I’m thirteen years old and I’m Chilean. I’m from Valparaíso. I go to Nueva Era School. My school is very big. There are forty classrooms and two big playgrounds. There is also a music room, a library and a theatre for two hundred people. On the second floor, there is a big gym and a computer lab with forty computers. The toilets are very clean and the canteen is really comfortable. I love my school. a. How old is Bruno? b. What is his nationality? c. Where is he from? b. Where can you study? d. What is the name of his school? e. How many classrooms are there? c. Where can you play, run and ride your bike? f. Are there four playgrounds? g. Is there a music room? d. Where can you get money? e. Where can you see old things? h. How many people can go to the theatre? i. What is there on the second floor? 6.Ahora, describí tu escuela. Usá el texto sobre la escuela de Bruno como guía. f. Where can you have lunch? g. Where can you practise basketball? h. Where can you buy shampoo and food? © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 9 Click into English! 1 Unit 4 1.Completá con: There is/are o Is/Are there. a. many parks in my town. b. a new student in my 2.¿Some o any? a.There’s pizza in the fridge but there juice to drink. isn’t classroom. c. a library in your school? b. Is there d. any beaches in Tucumán? c.There’s a problem. We haven’t got e. a very beautiful view sugar for my coffee? fizzy drinks for the party! d. There isn’t from my window. f. a new football coach? g. any museums near your bread for breakfast. e. There aren’t students in the classroom in the gym. but there are f. Are there home? h. apples for the fruit salad? g. I need very good teachers at my cold milk for the cake. h. There aren’t school. fruits and I’m hungry! 3.Ordená las palabras y resolvé el crucigrama de las comidas. Down 1.PSTAA 2.ETA 3. HBMARGUER 4.CICHEKN 5.CEHSEE 6.RCIE 7.SLAAD 8.FSIH Across 9. BAERD 10. YGHORUT 11.CKAE 12. BIICSTUS 13.PZIZA 14.ALPEP 15.ESGG 10 1 3 2 9 10 4 11 5 6 7 12 8 13 15 14 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Unit 4 Click into English! 1 4.Clasificá los alimentos del crucigrama en estas g. Do you like ? dos categorías. Food you can eat for breakfast Food you can eat for lunch or dinner h. Do you like ? 6.Ahora, completá el siguiente cuadro con tus respuestas a las preguntas del ejercicio 5 y las de tu compañero. You: Yes, I do. / No, I don’t. a. b. c. d. e. 5.Reemplazá los íconos por los deportes que representan. f. g. h. basketball a. Do you like b. Do you like ? ? Your friend: Yes, he/she does. / No, he/she doesn’t. a. b. c. Do you like ? c. d. d. Do you like ? e. f. e. Do you like ? f. Do you like ? g. h. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 11 Click into English! 1 Unit 5 1.Ordená las siguientes acciones y describí tu rutina en un día de semana. siguientes ciudades. have lunch brush my teeth get up have breakfast play computer games go to school go to bed get home have dinner 3.Mirá los íconos y describí el clima en las take the bus do my homework I get up at 6 o’clock every day. What’s the weather like in…? a. Ottawa b.London c. Frankfurt d. Buenos Aires e. Helsinki f. Isla Margarita g. Villa Gesell 2.Subrayá la opción correcta. a.Jason don’t speak / doesn’t speak Spanish very well. b. My school has / have two playgrounds and a big gym. c. Sonia and Denise take / doesn’t take the bus to school. d. On Thursdays, Harry goes / go to the club. e.Lia doesn’t watch / watch television in the morning. f. The students doesn’t like / don’t like long exercises. 12 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 4.Uní los siguientes trimestres con la estación del año que les corresponde en tu país. a. December 21 to March 20 b. June 21 to September 20 c. March 21 to June 20 d. September 21 to December 20 1. Winter 2.Spring 3.Autumn 4.Summer Click into English! Unit 5 1 5.Mirá los relojes y respondé. 7.¿On, in o at? Completá. What time is it? a. I have English lessons Tuesday. b. It’s very windy autumn. c. My brother’s birthday is d. I never go to sleep a.b.c.d. August. midnight. e. I go to the club every day afternoon. the f. We always have lunch e.f. two o’clock. 8.Respondé las siguientes preguntas. a. a. When is Christmas? b. c. b. When is your birthday? d. e. c. When is it cold in your country? f. d. When do you have Maths lessons? 6.Escribí oraciones sobre la rutina de fin de semana de estas personas en tu carpeta. Lily get up before 10 pm Ramon usually go to the supermarket Betty play sports at the club usually never never always go to bed before 2 am go dancing Carla always do his/her homework for Monday go out with friends Zoe never usually never always © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 13 Click into English! 1 Unit 6 1.Leé el artículo y elegí la opción correcta. e. Do these animals have long front legs? Conseguí una foto para ilustrar el artículo! f. Are they rodents? Unusual Animals The Gobi jerboa live / lives in the deserts of China and Mongolia. They are rodents. They is / are usually light brown with a white underside. 3.Completá la ficha informativa sobre los jerbos. Fact File The Gobi jerboa have / has a long tail and very Animal: Gobi jerboa long back legs. They can / are jump very high! Lives in: They also have really long ears. They is / are three times the size of their heads! The Gobi jerboa sleeps / sleep during the day and is / are active at night. They eats / eat Eats: mostly insects. Has: Stick a picture. Can: 4.Usá la siguiente ficha y el texto del ejercicio 1 2.Respondé las preguntas sobre el texto acerca de los jerbos. a. Do jerboas have long teeth? b. Do they live in the desert? para escribir un artículo sobre los osos polares. Fact File Animal: Polar bears Live in: the Arctic Eat: fish and seals Have: white fur, strong claws Can: make holes in the ice, walk long distances c. Does a jerboa eat plants? d. Does a jerboa eat at night? . 14 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Unit 6 Click into English! 1 5.Formulá preguntas. Luego, consultá tu libro de c. Yaguaretés: cats – Africa – herbivores – black texto y respondé. a. Where / vicuñas / live d. Pandas: Africa – small – bamboo – carnivores ? e. Bald eagles: herbivore – grass – small mice – rainforest b. What / the bald eagle / eat ? 7.Leé y decidí qué animal describen los textos. c. What / scarlet macaws / have ? d. Where / the giant panda / live ? It’s a big animal. It’s black and has long arms. It doesn’t have a tail. It’s very intelligent. It lives in the forests of Central Africa. It can climb trees. It eats fruit and insects. It’s a . e. What / gorillas / eat ? f. the Indian tiger / a herbivore or a carnivore ? It’s a small animal. It’s black and white. It has wings but it can’t fly. It lives in the South Pole. It eats fish. It’s a . 6.Marcá la característica propia de cada animal. Luego escribí una oración con cada una de las palabras elegidas. a. Red macaws: teeth – shell – beak – neck 8. Elegí y describí un animal en tu cuaderno para que tus compañeros adivinen. Red macaws have a strong beak. b. Zebras: carnivores – America – herbivores – long neck © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 15 Click into English! 2 Unit 1 1.Put the words in order to make sentences. a. never / Caroline / at 7.30 am / gets up / at the weekend e. In the evening, I f. My favourite day is because Caroline never gets up at 7.30 am at the weekend. b. go to bed / usually / I / very late c. Maggie / in the afternoon / chats on Facebook / always 3.Use the cues to ask and answer. a. Julian / eat pizza How often does Julian eat pizza? He always eats pizza. d. before dinner / does her homework / often / Nina b. Patty / take her dog for a walk e. on TV / never / We / the news / watch c. Connor / visit his granny f. clean their room / never / Laura and Kelly / on weekdays d. our teacher / miss a class g. go to the cinema / My friend and I / once a month 2.Complete the sentences with true information. a. On weekdays, I get up 4.Christmas presents! Whose are they? Look at the list. Ask and answer in your notebook. Camila – a doll Bobby – a video game Mum – a mobile phone Kevin – a laptop Katie – a night dress Dad – a new DVD player b. Then, I c. After that, I d. In the afternoon, I a. 16 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Whose is the doll? It’s Camila’s. Click into English! Unit 1 2 5.Christmas Traditions. Complete the texts with the verbs in the correct form. Text B Text A leave be open eat celebrate decorate spend eat light It usually (a) cold dishes prepare send Families (c) (c) Christmas Eve (December turkey and other food treats. presents to children and friends. Most American people (e) greeting cards to those members of the family who are the beginning of Christmas Day with music and fireworks! The adults their houses with far away. They (f) lights and their trees with ornaments. fireworks and every child in the (Santa Claus) (g) cookies and Families (d) 24th) together and at 12 o’clock on the dot, they family (f) on Christmas Day. At home, people (b) like cold chicken or pork with different types of salads. (e) snow generally hot on Christmas Day. People (b) (d) bake give Christmas in the USA Christmas in Argentina The weather (a) kiss the presents Papá Noel candy canes and couples Children (g) for them. (h) under the mistletoe. 6.How often? Look at the school timetable and ask questions for these answers. a. How often do you have a break at school Every day. ? b. Four times a week. ? Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Maths Arts Science Science Music c. Once a week. ? Science Arts Arts Maths Geography d. Twice a week. ? History Maths History Geography Chemistry History PE Geography Maths e. Three times a week. ? Computer Science f. Never. ? break © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 17 Click into English! 2 Unit 2 1.Look at the picture on page 17 in your book and correct the information. a. Jack is calling a friend. Jack isn’t calling a friend. He is writing a letter. c. ? d. ? e. ? f. ? 3.Feelings! How do you feel when you…? Write. b. Meg is drinking some juice. … listen to a good song c. Ann is talking to Will. … don’t eat for a long time … work hard … have a problem d. Pat is doing her homework. … go out with your friends … eat food with too much salt e. Sandra is listening to music. 4.These people are on holidays. Write about what they do and what they are doing now. f. Meg and Jim are eating pizza. a. Robert / doctor / work in a hospital / walk along the beach b. Sandy / teacher / teach Maths / swim in the sea c. Elena / secretary / work in an office / buy souvenirs d. Walter / architect / design houses / do hang gliding e. Stuart / bus driver / drive a schoolbus / visit museums g. Mike is sending a text message. 2.Mum goes to work and leaves a list of instructions for her children. At midday, she calls to check on them. Ask the questions. a. Robert is a doctor. He works in a hospital every day. Now, he is walking along the beach. Mum’s list • Peter – wash the car • Ann – make the beds • Susan – study Maths • Tom – do the gardening • Jill and Kate – clean their bedroom • Jessy – do her homework 18 b. c. d. a. Is Peter washing the car ? b. ? © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable e. Unit 2 Click into English! 2 5.Match. (There is an extra answer!) a. Where does Gary study? 1. Yes, in an office. b. What does he do in the morning? 2. Science. c. What is he studying? 3. At a private university, I think. d. Does he work? e. What kind of music does he like? f. Does he practise any sports? 6.Read the interview and answer. Reporter:Good morning. This is Laura Leeds from Lancaster School. Some students are working on a project, organizing a charity event to help people in need. Susie and Sean are responsible for this event. Let’s talk to them. Hi, Susie! Hi, Sean. Please, tell us. Are all the students working together on this project? Susie: Hi, Laura. Yes. Everybody is helping us. Some students are collecting clothes and some are visiting the neighbours and asking for food. Reporter:What type of food are you asking for? Sean: Powder milk, dry pasta, tea, sugar and flour. Susie: Teachers and parents are helping us, too. Reporter:Well, congratulations! This is a wonderful project. 4. He gets up very early, has breakfast and goes to study. 5. I’m not sure. Pop, I think. 6. Yes, he is. 7. Yes, he does. He practises basketball. e. Who else is helping? f. What type of food are they collecting? 7.Sophie needs a hand with her birthday party but her friends can’t help. Why? Write. a. Julie / study for her History test Julie is studying for her History test. b. Cindy / take her dog to the vet a. What are the students organising? c.Gabriel / visit his granny b. Who are they helping with their event? d. Pat and Jason / help their mother c. Are Laura and Susie responsible for the event? e. Matt / wait for an important call d. What are the students doing to help? © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 19 Click into English! 2 Unit 3 1.Choose the correct option. Sam and Kate invite / are inviting friends to dinner every Friday. Now, they are checking / check for food in their fridge. Sam: There are any / some tomatoes and some / any lettuce. We can make some / any salad. Kate: Good idea! There isn’t any / some chicken but there are any / some lamb chops. Sam: Fine! Is there any / some juice? Kate: Yes, there is. But there isn’t some / any cola. Sam: It’s OK. Sonia doesn’t like cola. 2.Match sentence beginnings with their endings. a.In my town, there… b.There is a big… c. Are there… d.There are a lot… e. There aren’t… f. There isn’t… 1. are four schools. 2. a train station. 3. any expensive restaurants. 4. park with lots of trees. 5. of cars in the streets. 6. any new cinemas? 3.Find ten school items in the wordsearch. Then, use some of them to complete the sentences. 20 O D Y S E L L O T A P E D R B S E X H O T L O M W U Z H I G L U E A S Z W B U A A D O G N S T U P B U R U L E R C C E W P E E P H T K I J I R A E R X E B O O K S S _ L N Z L N L S R O K S P R C V F E O G O Z D O A W I M A R K E R S I R P S L U S S L A X X B S E Z F R C M K W C Z K C R X © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable a. We use words on signs. to write big b. We use on paper. to stick paper c. is a big piece of paper to make signs. d. We use a straight lines. to draw e. We use to cut paper. f. We use the walls. to stick signs on 4.Today is Danny’s birthday. It is a special day and he is doing special things. Write about it. Every day Today a. have breakfast in the kitchen have breakfast in bed b. have lunch in the office have a barbecue at home c. talk to his friends on the phone meet his friends d. eat organic food for dinner eat pizza and chocolate cake e. drink fruit juice drink champagne f. use headphones to listen to music use loudspeakers to share the music a. Danny has breakfast in the kitchen every day but today, he is having breakfast in bed. b. c. d. e. f. Click into English! Unit 3 2 5.What do we need to make a healthy cake? Check the list of ingredients and complete with: some, any or a. Light Cake Ingredients: • brown sugar • 3 eggs • sunflower oil • rice flour • 1 spoonful of baking powder Waitress: Ok. And you? “asado”? Facu: Is there (d) John: Well... we call it steak. steak and Facu: So, I want (e) chips, please. (f) cola Waitress: Oh, I see. Do you want (g) or juice to drink? cola, please. John: I want (h) Waitress: I’ll bring it in a minute! 8.Choose what you want to eat and drink. Write a dialogue similar to the one in Exercise 7. We need (a) eggs and (b) sugar. We don’t need (c) brown butter but we need Click Restaurant sunflower oil. We don’t need (e) (d) Starters wheat flour because the ingredients include (f) rice flour. Do we need (g) just (h) Prawn cocktail Carrot pudding with salad baking powder? Yes, spoonful. We also need (i) $ 2.80 $ 2.50 Main Course baking pan. When the cake is ready, we need (j) Lamb with potatoes Tomato salad Chicken and rice Steak with fried eggs tea to enjoy it! 6.Circle the odd one out. $ 5.20 $ 4.80 $ 4.50 $ 4.60 Drinks a. sellotape – poster paper – glue – Maths – scissors Fruit juice Cola Mineral water b. never – usually – some – always – sometimes c. school – History – Arts – Geography – PE $ 0.90 $ 1.10 $ 0.60 d. go – study – big – have – make e. cheese – meat – rice – juice – cake 7.Complete the dialogue. Use some, any or a. Waitress: Can I help you? John: Oh, yes. Do you have (a) menu, please? Waitress: Of course. Here you are. salad and (c) John: I want (b) hamburger, please. 9.Complete with: There is / are. a. five apples in the basket. b. a car in the garage. c. some coffee in the microwave oven. d. some cookies on that plate. e. a new chef in that restaurant. f. some excellent dishes in the menu. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 21 Click into English! 2 Unit 4 1.Draw the chart in your notebook and classify the adjectives. 3.Compare using the cues. Give your opinion! difficult a. Maths / English Argentinian fifty big beautiful hot dangerous old small famous book black long Maths is more difficult than English. b. Arts / History easy blue short new six American actor city building colourful African c. love / money important good for your health d. hamburgers / soup e. Robert Pattinson / Josh Hutcherson number opinion size age colour origin handsome noun f. gigs / football matches exciting 4.Quizzes! Think and complete. Challenge your 2.Use the chart in Exercise 1 to put these phrases in order. a. T-shirt / a / blue / cheap / small a cheap small blue T-shirt b. people / Brazilian / young / attractive / three c. actor / a / famous / American / teenage friend. Argentina a long river Paraná a high monument Cristo Redentor, Mendoza a good actor Ricardo Darín a popular singer Axel a typical dish “asado” Brazil USA a famous footballer Messi d. beautiful / buildings / new / two 5.Use the information in Exercise 4 to write sentences in your notebook. e. a / African / dangerous / lion / old / big 22 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Messi is more famous than Neymar. UK Click into English! Unit 4 2 6.Read. Then, write a sentence to compare the 7.Write two sentences to compare the three things information. in each category. A: What’s your favourite old film? B: Titanic. It’s so romantic! A: Yes, I know. It’s a film from the 90’s. I’m for comedies. I love Ghostbusters, it’s from 1984! a. Adventure Sports: bungee jumping / parachuting / rock climbing dangerous / safe Rock climbing is more dangerous than parachuting. Parachuting is safer than bungee jumping. a. Ghostbusters is older than Titanic. b. School Subjects: Maths / Music / Literature easy / difficult A: Let’s watch an old film? B: How about Titanic? A: It’s too long! More than three hours and there’s far too much water! B: Ok. What about The Lord of the Rings? A: It’s very interesting but it’s almost 3.45 hours long! c. TV Shows: Friends / CSI / Animal World interesting / funny b. A: Do you like Queen? B: Not much, but my sister loves them. A: They are still very popular. I found on the net that Bohemian Rapsody is the most important hit of the band, then comes We are the Champions and finally, We will rock you! c. A: Do Brazilian people like basketball? B: Many people do. But they prefer football. It’s really very popular. d. d. Vehicles: train / car / plane fast / expensive e. Actors: Leonardo DiCaprio / Jim Carrey / Chris Hemsworth handsome / talented f. Holiday Places: Mar del Plata / Carlos Paz / Salta beautiful / hot © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 23 Click into English! 2 Unit 5 1.Complete with: There was / wasn’t o There were / weren’t. b. gig? ? very good When my mum was a teenager our town was very different. music / loud? a. many parks and squares. perfect b. many trees in the streets. ? c. so many blocks of flats as there are now. c. restaurant? d. a shopping centre as there is now. really good e. f. a fun park where there is a supermarket now. a beautiful cinema where the new post office is now. 2.Answer. Where were these people yesterday? a. Sam / park Sam was at the park yesterday. b. The students / at the school lab cheap? expensive d. trip? airline service good? poor ? 4.Choose the correct option. c. Nick / at a friend’s house d. Carmen and Molly / at the shopping centre e. Mark / at a rock concert 3.Write conversations using these cues. a. How were your holidays? holidays? They were wonderful. wonderful hotel / luxurious? Was the hotel luxurious? three star No, it was a three-star hotel. 24 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable ? ? very long ? Hi friends! I’m having / have / had a great time here in Ibiza. I am arriving / arrived / arrive last Friday. Carla and I stay / are staying / stayed at the Ibiza Gold Hotel. It was / is / were really big and luxurious! People from Ibiza are / is / was very kind! Yesterday we went / go / goes to the beach and we play / played / are playing beach volleyball and sunbathed all day. The weather is / were / was incredible! Then, we went / are going / go to a seafood restaurant and eat / ate / are eating very well! Everything here is / was / were great. We are enjoying / enjoyed / enjoy our holidays a lot. See you soon. Click into English! Unit 5 2 5.Re-read the e-mail in Exercise 4. Then, complete with a verb from the box and write a sentence. travel stay have 6.Tony and Lily are playing Trivial Pursuit. Complete their answers with a verb in the correct form. eat write play swim paint direct go compose a. travel by plane P They travelled by plane. b. at a hotel P invent The Sunflowers. a. Van Gogh Rayuela. b.Cortázar c.Edison the light bulb. Titanic. d. James Cameron c. a great time P d. in a house O e. in the sea P e.Picasso The Guernica. 7.Samuel was on holidays last week. Look at the chart and write in your notebook. Usually f. g. h. i. beach volleyball P tennis O very well P to a Chinese restaurant O Yesterday. f. Lennon and McCartney Last week a. get up at 6.30 am get up at 11 am b. have lunch at the school canteen have lunch with friends c. do his homework in the afternoon play computer games at home d. help his father in their shop go out with friends e. study for his exams stay in bed listening to music f. have dinner at 9 pm have a pizza at 12 am g. go to bed at 11 pm go to bed at 3 am a. Samuel usually gets up at 6.30 am but last week, he got up at 11 am. j. to a seafood restaurant P © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 25 Click into English! 2 Unit 6 1.Complete with the verbs in the past. In 2005, Johnny (a) c. mother – bought – some – my – food – party – the – a – for (be) six years old and (live) in Brazil with his family. They he (b) (c) (have) a good time. In 2007, they (d) (travel) to Argentina because his parents (e) (get) better jobs. They (f) d. to – last – year – travelled – we – stayed – Buenos Aires e. visited – museums – Obelisk – the – we – and – or (live) there for four years. In 2011, they (g) (move) to England because Johnny (h) f. from – yesterday – I – had – of – stomach ache – because – I – ate – lots – chocolate – a (want) to study in a British school. 2.Re-read the text in Exercise 1 and ask questions. a. He was six. ? b. In Brazil. ? c. ? 4.Correct the information. a. Christopher Columbus discovered Africa. In 2007. d. Because his parents got better jobs. ? e. In 2011. ? f. ? Because Johnny wanted to study in England. Christopher Columbus didn’t discover Africa. He discovered America. b. José Hernández wrote El Quijote. c. César Milstein discovered penicillin. d. Alexander Fleming won the Nobel Prize. 3.Put the words in order and write sentences. There is an extra word in each sentence. e. Leonardo da Vinci invented the telephone. a. cousin – my – to – yesterday – house – stayed – my – came My cousin came to my house yesterday. b. on – friend – my – was – saw – films – two – Saturday 26 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable f. José Hernández painted the Mona Lisa. Click into English! Unit 6 2 5.Superlatives. Ask questions and answer. 7.Last summer, the Petersons went to Spain on holidays. Use the cues to write about them. a. Which (difficult) subject? Which is the most difficult subject? Maths. a. Mrs. Peterson / pack all the suitcases First, Mrs. Peterson packed all the suitcases. b. Which (romantic) film? b. the family / take a plane to Barcelona c. Which (cold) month in your country? c. they / leave early in the morning d. Who (young) member of your family? d. they / stay in a traditional hotel e. Which (popular) football team in your country? e. everyone / go into the sea 6.Match these sentence beginnings with their f. they all / have a great time endings. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Paul usually… Manu Ginóbili is… There were… There is… There was… Whose… A puma is… smaller than a tiger. a new History teacher in my class. Argentina’s most popular basketball player. a 8.Complete the article. Write the verbs in the past. Liam Hemsworth’s Bio Liam (live) in Australia when he (be) young. He (work) (decide) to installing floors and then he start acting. He shows. In 2009, he (act) in some Australian TV (move) to Los Angeles and (participate) in some films. goes to work by bike. books are these? In 2011, he a big roast chicken on the table yesterday. many parks in this city in 1970. (film) The Last Song. Their relationship in 2013. (meet) Miley Cyrus. They (start) a relationship and (end) (form) part of The Hunger Games Liam project, a very successful saga. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 27 Click into English! 3 Unit 1 1.Are these verbs regular or irregular? Classify. see have be get walk take go want stop know sing write happen live come sleep study touch Regular celebrate leave decide fall wake arrive Irregular 2.Complete the crossword puzzle with the past form of these verbs. 11 1 past form. A few years ago, a woman and her family (a) (move) to a new house in Melbourne, Australia. One night, she (b) (hear) her baby son crying so she (c) (get) out of bed and (d) (go) to see him. On her way, the baby (e) (stop) crying so she went back to bed. A few hours later, the baby cried again, so she got up and went over to check (open) the door to again. As she (f) her son’s room, she (g) (see) a little boy calming the baby down. When the boy saw her, he suddenly (h) (disappear). Was it a ghost? The woman was shocked and later (i) (tell) her neighbours about it. They then told her the story they all knew: about eighty years ago, a boy died from a terrible illness and was buried under the exact place where her baby son’s room was. 13 4.The structure of a story: Answer the questions in 2 full form. 12 8 3.Read this scary story and write the verbs in the a. When did it happen? 10 3 4 b. Where did it happen? 5 6 9 7 28 Across 1. sing 2. go 3. take 4. feel 5. come 6. be 7. have Down 8. fall 9. see 10. leave 11. sleep 12. know 13. get © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable c. Who were the protagonists? d. What happened? Click into English! Unit 1 3 5.Write the verbs in the correct form. Pay attention b. This happened fifteen years ago in Scotland to time expressions. the protagonists weren’t Scottish. It was a Spanish couple. They didn’t understand Every year on October 31st, we (a) English (celebrate) Halloween. My brothers and I (b) said, ‘Danger! Haunted house’. (think) of our costumes very carefully. My brother Tim (win) the Best Costume Contest (c) c. I live in Old Sycamore, Indiana. The town is very small (not go) every year. We (d) very famous thanks to an urban trick or treating any more but my mother legend. This legend tells about a mass murder in an (prepare) candy bags for the (e) old factory in May, 1986. Two policemen went to (knock) at our door. kids who (f) their torches. One of the policemen saw something in ready as usual. Two days before Halloween, my best friend Dan (h) (crash) his mum’s car and they (i) (take) him to hospital. He was still there on the 31st but we didn’t worry much. We a corner your notebook. When did it happen? and celebrated with him. Today is October 29th and we (k) (paint) (get) ready once again. I (l) my mask right now! 6.These are the beginnings of three scary stories. Complete with: so, and or but. he went closer. 7.Go back to Exercise 6 and complete the chart in (take) everything to the hospital (j) they lit investigate. It was quite dark (have) everything Last year, we (g) they ignored the sign that Where did it happen? Who were the protagonists? a. b. c. 8.Now, choose the beginning of a story in Exercise 6 and write what happened. Remember to use capital letters and linkers. a. It was 1998, Halloween Celebration. It was a cold we put on our coats Texan night and went out. María was in her room. She tried to it was too read a novel in French difficult she left the book on the bed came with us. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 29 Click into English! 3 Unit 2 1.Complete with: was / wasn’t or were / weren’t. b. Yesterday at 5 pm, I along Oxford Street stopping at every shop looking for a party a. When I called my friend, she studying for her History test. b.I dress to buy. c. The criminals preparing dinner yesterday at 6. I was having tea with Melissa. c. The children from the police when they crashed their car against a tree. d. I saw Megan at the back of the classroom. playing in the garden when it began to rain. She next to Brian. e. It was 1 am and Sue wasn’t in her bedroom. d. I tried to explain the exercise to my friends but they She cookies in the kitchen! listening. They were laughing! e. When our father came back from work, we playing video games. case in your notebook. Museum pieces: stolen – about 10.30 pm 2.Read and choose the correct option. Last week, I decided / was deciding to organise a surprise party for my sister’s birthday. I went / was going to the supermarket to buy some food and I came / was coming back home when I saw / was seeing my sister walking towards me. I didn’t know / wasn’t knowing where to hide the bags. My sister asked me, ‘What are all those birthday hats for?’ I was thinking / thought of a good answer when I heard / was hearing the voice of my friend Julia saying, ‘Did you get everything for our school project?’ I was very grateful! Julia arrived just on time and helped / was helping me keep the surprise! 3.Complete with a verb from the box in the past continuous. call escape eat a. When Jack arrived home, I sit Suspect 1: Tom Hudson (security guard) check the Director’s office door – 10 pm have coffee with Director’s secretary – 10.15 pm Suspect 2: Mike Moreau (security guard) walk along the corridors – 10 pm wash his face in the restroom – 10.20 pm Suspect 3: Stewart Lovelace (restorer) work on an Egyptian mummy – 8.30 pm leave the museum – 9.50 pm Suspect 4: Susanna Crest (Director’s secretary) put some papers in order in her office – 9.45 pm leave the museum – 10 pm a. Tom Hudson was checking the door to the Director’s office at 10 pm. 5.Read the detective’s notes carefully. Who stole the museum pieces? Justify your answer. walk my friend Sara to invite her for dinner. 30 4.Read the detective’s notes and write about the © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Unit 2 Click into English! 3 6.Write using past simple and past continuous. a. Sol / sail / fall overboard Sol was sailing when she fell overboard. b. Timmy / watch TV / fall asleep c. Mary and Lola / walk on the beach / see Muriel d. Paula / record an interview / doorbell ring e. Carol / do Pilates / hurt her foot f. Jimmy / take photos / drop his camera g. Mrs. Lacey / have a bath / fall in the bathtub 7.Match questions and answers. a. b. c. d. e. f. Why did Tom fall asleep? What happened to Josh? What was Joe doing at 4? Why didn’t you see the accident? Did Alice go to see the doctor about her foot? Were the kids swimming in the lake when the rain started? Yes, they were. Because I was ordering some ice-cream. a Because the film was very boring. He was driving his sister to school. Yes, she did. He had an accident. 8.Read these Halloween stories. Then, write T (True) or F (False). Correct false statements in your notebook. On a warm summer night, my friends and I stayed up until about 3.00 am, telling scary stories and anecdotes we experienced. Nathan told us about a strange encounter he had with a ghost. He said he was driving back home in the countryside when he saw a hitchhiker on the road. He was too afraid to stop so he went on driving. As he passed the woman, he looked back in the rearview mirror for a last glance when to his surprise she was sitting in his back seat. We think he was tired of driving and it was type of an optical illusion but he insisted it was real. Another friend, Tony, told us about a young couple who got married in Newcastle about thirty years ago. It was Halloween when the young couple got married. Around midnight, they were riding in a horse-drawn carriage across a bridge at the same time a car was. The bridge was only one lane wide, so by the time they saw each other it was too late: they crashed and the hubcap of the car flew off, decapitating the bride. The police never found her head or the body of the groom. People say that if you sit on the bridge on Halloween night around midnight, you can see the headless bride standing on some rocks in the river. However they don’t know if she is looking for her head or for her lost love. a. My friends heard these stories on the radio. b. Nathan told the story about the headless bride. c. The hitchhiker was a woman. d. Nathan stopped his car for the hitchhiker to get in. e. The hitchhiker talked to Nathan. f. The young couple got married in Newcastle. g. Their wedding was on October 31. h. The bridge was very wide. i. Part of a car decapitated the bride. j. If you are on the bridge on Halloween night, you can hear the bride crying. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 31 Click into English! 3 Unit 3 1.Advice: Match problems with possible solutions. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. I don’t like my hair. My dad can’t cook. Lynn eats only hamburgers and fries. All my friends go dancing but I don’t. Rosie gets too emotional when she watches a sad film. My parents don’t give me enough pocket money. Sandy’s too shy and finds it difficult to make friends. You should cut your neighbours’ grass for money. You should see another hairdresser. You should tell her to eat healthier food. He should find some good recipes on the Internet. She shouldn’t go to the cinema. You should talk it over with your parents. She should go out more often. g. have knowledge of grammar and spelling 3.Think and give your own advice to these people. y a. I’m ver b. I have a strong headache. tired. c. I’m always late for school. d. I have pro blems with m y eyes. e. I don’t know how to drive. f. I have problems with my laptop. 2.You have a friend who wants to become a Literature teacher in the future. Give advice. a. get good marks in Literature You should get good marks in Literature. b. read a lot of books g on weight. g. I’m puttin 4.Complete with: have to / has to or don’t have to / doesn’t have to. a. Nick c. be patient when students don’t understand b. We get up early on weekdays. go to school on July 9. c. Mrs. Carlton d. be clear when you explain she can’t see very well. d.Laura e. be ready to correct lots of papers wear glasses because tidy her bedroom before going to school. She can do it later. e. The children lay the table before having lunch. f. accept different opinions f.You take your History book to school today, we don’t have History on Monday. 32 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Unit 3 Click into English! 3 5.Classify these statements into the chart. (B) restaurant a. You don’t have to get up early today. There are no classes. b. Andrea can bake delicious cakes. c. Can we invite friends to your party? d. You can play the guitar and sing wonderfully. e. You have to bring your own material. We don’t provide it. f. Liza has to study harder to pass her exam. g. Your sister doesn’t have to be 18 to come to our party. h. Can the students use the school gym to practise for the match? i. Laureen has to hand in the paper on Monday. j. Greg doesn’t have to wear a uniform at school. Kids can wear what they like. k. My father is a policeman. He has to wear a uniform. library theatre office school bank hotel 7.Write what the signs say in full. a. You can’t smoke in a restaurant. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. Obligation Ability Permission Not necessary a 6.Where can you find these signs? Match each sign (A) with a place (B). (A) a. No Smoking b. Punctuality is Essential c. 5–15 School Uniform Obligatory d. 16–18 School Uniform Optional e. No Mobile Phones g. No Pets Allowed f. No Photographs h. No Talking 8.Complete these football rules using can / can’t, have to / has to or don’t have to / doesn’t have to. be rectangular and a. The field of play marked with lines. b. A match start if a team has less than seven players. c. The ball be made of leather or other suitable material. d. A match have more than six substitutes. e. The referees give the signal for the substitute to enter the field. f. Any of the other players change places with the goalkeeper. g. If a player is not wearing the correct equipment, the referee stop the game. He just asks the player to leave the field. h.Players leave the field if the referee shows them a yellow card. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 33 Click into English! 3 Unit 4 1.Put the words in order. Then, answer. The Bruners’ plans a. the kids / visit Granny and Grandpa / next weekend? (P) Are the kids going to visit Granny and Grandpa next weekend? Yes, they are. h. Uncle Bobby / help Dad repair the car / Sunday morning? (O) i. Mariana / chat with her friends / Tuesday afternoon? (O) b. Dad / practise football / Saturday morning? (O) 2.Look at Francesca’s diary and write about her plans for her holidays. c. Milagros / take dancing lessons / Saturday morning? (O) d. Benja / play video games / Sunday morning? (O) Monday morning: arrive in Trelew Monday afternoon: unpack clothes after lunch Tuesday: visit the Paleontological Museum Wednesday: have tea in a Welsh tea house Thursday: go to Punta Tombo to see the penguins Friday: see the whales at Peninsula Valdés a. On Monday morning, e. Lucía / study Maths / weekend? (P) b. On Monday afternoon, f. Dad / cook Mum’s favourite dish / next Thursday? (P) c. On Tuesday, d. On Wednesday, g. Aunt Moni / help Mum paint the garage / afternoon? (P) e. On Thursday, f. On Friday, 34 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Click into English! Unit 4 3 5.Classify these predictions into the chart in your 3.Complete the dialogue with these verbs in the notebook. future (going to). Rob: Hi Tim, (a) (come) with us? you Tim: I don’t know. Where (b) we What will our planet be like in the future? a. temperature / rise b. we / have less water c. people / be more careful d. we / have less environmental problems e. people / not have enough food to eat f. forests / have more trees g. we / fewer endangered animals h. deserts / expand i. a lot of animals / die j. we / less farmland / food supplies / decrease (go)? Rob: Cleo (c) R5 concert. (buy) the tickets for the (ask) my brother Sean Tim: Great! I (d) for the money. I want to go! Rob: Cool! Tim: How (e) there? we (get) Rob: My sister Kate (f) her car? Tim: Awesome! (g) (come) too? Rob: I think so, she loves R5! (take) us in she Positive changes Negative changes a 4.Write the questions for these answers. a. What are the boys going to watch They are going to watch a film. ? b. ? 6.Now, write the predictions in full using will. I’m going to travel in April. c. ? Yes, we are going to stay at home. d. ? ? She is going to go to Orlando next summer. f. c. d. f. g. ? They are going to travel by plane. g. b. e. No, he isn’t going to go out with me. e. a. The temperature will rise. h. i. ? j. They are going to spend three days in San Bernardo. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 35 Click into English! 3 Unit 5 1.Match beginnings and endings of these e. If they don’t come, conditional sentences. a. If I have time, … b. We’ll go to the beach… c. If it’s cold, … d. He won’t go to the party… e. If she doesn’t call you, … f. If you work hard, … g. If you spend all your salary, … h. If they don’t invite him, … i. If we don’t hurry, … j. If you pay now, … we’ll miss our bus. you won’t have money for the rent. you can call her. a I’ll visit my parents this afternoon. you’ll get a discount. if it’s warm tomorrow. you’ll pass all your exams. you’ll have to wear warm clothes. if he doesn’t do his homework. he won’t go. 2.Complete these conditional sentences with your f. If it rains today, g. I will come back tomorrow if 3.Write the verbs in the correct form. a. If we (visit) Venice, we (see) the canals. b. If the shopping centre early, I c. If she she d.He (open) (buy) a souvenir. (catch) the 7.30 bus, (be) here on time. (tell) me if he (know) the answer. e.Jane (help) you with the (ask) her. luggage if you f. If we we (not have) time this afternoon, (meet) tomorrow. own ideas. 4.Write conditional sentences using these prompts. a. If they ask for help, a. If she / study / she / pass the exams b. They can stay at home if b. If the sun / shine / we / walk / to town c. If you drink too much, d. You will have to stay in bed if 36 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable c. If he / have / a temperature / he / go / to the health centre Unit 5 Click into English! 3 d. If my friends / come / I / be / very happy 7.How much do you know about superstitions? Match these sentence halves. e. If she / earn / a lot of money / she / travel / to Europe f. If we / travel / London / we / visit / the museums 5.Conditional Chains: Write chained sentences. a. study hard – become an architect – build many houses – make good money – travel round the world If I study hard, I’ll become an architect. If I become an architect, I’ll build many houses. If I build many houses, I’ll make good money. If I make good… b. get up early – arrive first – get the best seats – be near the band – ask them for an autograph a. b. c. d. e. If you find a four-leaf clover, … If a black cat crosses your path, … If you turn seven times in a clockwise circle, … If you carry garlic with you, … If you blow out all of the candles on your birthday cake with the first breath, … f. If your palm itches, … a it will protect you from vampires and bad spirits. you will have good luck. your wishes will come true. you will have bad luck. you will receive money. you will break a bad-luck spell. 8.In your notebook, classify these superstitious elements into Good luck and Bad luck. a rabbit’s foot a horseshoe clothes inside out a cricket Friday 13th a dog howling a ladybird c. find a four-leaf clover – have good luck – win the lottery – buy a car – travel round my country 6. Create a conditional chain in your notebook. 9.Complete with the elements in Exercise 8. with you, you a. If you carry a will have good luck. b. If you hang a on a wall, it will bring good luck to your house. c. If by accident you put on your , you will have a lucky day. d. You can consider yourself lucky if you find a in your house. e. People don’t start a journey or get married on a because they say it’s unlucky. f. are lucky insects. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 37 Click into English! 3 Unit 6 1.Complete the crossword puzzle with the past 3.Ask your friend the questions in Exercise 2 and participle of these verbs. Down 1. make 2. lose 3. write 4. read 5. be 6. go Across 7. find 8. eat 9. ride 10. see write his / her answers. a. b. c. 6 4 d. 5 e. 1 3 f. 10 g. h. 9 8 4.Use the prompts to answer the questions. 2 a. A: Why is she happy? B: She / pass her exams 7 She has passed her exams. b. A: Why are you sad? B: I / lose my new mobile phone 2.Ask questions about people’s experiences. a. meet a celebrity b. break a bone c. eat raw fish d. play an instrument 38 e. act in a play f. play baseball g. travel by helicopter h. visit Europe c. A: Why isn’t he driving his new car? B: He / fail his driving test a. Have you ever met a celebrity ? b. ? c. ? d. ? e. ? f. ? g. ? h. ? © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable d. A: Why is he walking to school? B: He / miss the bus e. A: Why is he celebrating? B: He / win the lottery Click into English! Unit 6 3 5.Complete the sentences with a verb from the box f. I’ve danced tango. in the present perfect. visit read pay break grow have snow see buy 7.Mum left a list of chores for her sons. Write about what they’ve done or what they haven’t done. a.I have read that book many times. b. My family c. Brazil twice. you d.They restaurant. another glass? for our dinner at the expensive never e.It The houses, the cars, everything is white! f. We party. like that. him before. He was at Sandra’s Phil • buy food for the cat O • wash the dishes O • buy milk P • take the dog for a walk P Steve • tidy his bedroom O • order something for dinner P • take out the rubbish O a. Phil hasn’t bought food for the cat. b. c. g.You all of them? four cars so far. Do you drive h.I was terrified! a snake as a pet. My sister i. The kids two years! so much in these last 6.Re-write using ever or never in the correct place. a. Have you visited a friend in hospital? d. e. f. g. 8.Write the verbs in the past simple or present perfect. a.I b. We b. I’ve felt sick in a car. c.I (see) him in the street this morning. (eat) pasta three times this week. (not call) my mum. I’ll do it when I get back from work. c. He has come to my house. d.Laly (miss) the train and arrived late yesterday. d. Has she travelled to Europe? e.Daisy does it soon. f. e. Have the students talked to the Principal? (not buy) the tickets. I hope she you (see) the film Sinsajo? g. I (finish) using the computer an hour ago. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 39 Click into English! 1 Answer Key Click into English! 1 Unit 1 1 a. father b. grandfather c. grandmother d. mother e. brother f. sister g. aunt 2 a. My b. Her c. His d. His e. Her f. His g. My 3 FBI: Federal Bureau of Investigation UFO: Unidentified Flying Object LOL: laughing out loud UK: United Kingdom OMG: Oh, my God! CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 4 b. Hi, Jack. I’m Daniel. Call me Dan. c. How old are you, Dan? d. I’m thirteen years old. And you? e. I’m fourteen. Where are you from, Dan? f. I’m from Ottawa, Canada. g. Great! I’m from Florida, USA. Welcome to my country, Dan. 5. (Responde el alumno.) 6. Respuestas tipo: b. My teacher is not / isn’t English. c. I’m not from Salta. d. 543-5842 is not / isn’t my 40 telephone number. e. ‘CSI’ is not / isn’t my favourite TV programme. f. Jennifer Lawrence is not / isn’t my friend. 7 a. (Responde el alumno.) b. What is your name? c. Where are you from? d. nickname e. How old are you? f. (Responde el alumno.) g. What is your h. How old is he? i. (Responde el alumno.) Unit 2 1 S E V E N T Y T T F F M K H E H Q H I E I G H T E E N I G 9 a. She b. His c. She d. His e. Her f. She g. She h. His 10 Full name: Alex Demopoulos Age: 13 Nationality: Greek Occupation: student Friend: Andreas Physical description: tall, brown eyes, black hair 11 b. No, he isn’t. He is German. c. Is he a doctor? d. No, he isn’t. e. What’s his occupation? f. He is an architect. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable E H I F F T R F O U R I T H R E E D M T T I Y E A Y U O I E Y T W E N T Y O N E O N F C R A V Y F N N X F O R T Y S I X E T H I R T Y T D T B 2 Lucio Mario 8. (Responde el alumno.) e. His name is Roberto. He is thirty-two. He is from Puebla. He is Mexican. He is a taxi driver. Carol Elena Naty ZOE Marcos Julian 3 Name: Barbara Travers Occupation: pianist Age: 11 Family member: father, mother, sister Occupation: doctor, teacher, dancer 4 Respuestas tipo: Tony Stevens is thirty-four years old and he is a schoolbus driver. His mother is a dentist and his father is an architect. He has a brother. He is a very good singer. 5 a. Her name is Sofía. She is sixteen. She is from Buenos Aires. She is Argentinian. She is a student. b. His name is Robin. He is twenty-three. He is from Toronto. He is Canadian. He is an architect. c. His name is Mark. He is fifteen. He is from New York. He is North American. He is a football player. d. Her name is Yoko. She is fiftyfour. She is from Osaka. She is Japanese. She is a doctor. 6 a.4 b.5 c.8 d.7 e.10 f.2 g.3 h.1 i.6 j.9 7 a. What is your name? b. Where are you from? c. What is your address? d. How old are you? e. What is your friend’s name? (Responde el alumno.) Unit 3 1 Vicky can dance and swim but she can’t play the guitar or sing. Brian can play football and play the piano but he can’t dance or sing. Tommy can play tennis and swim but he can’t dance or play the piano. 2 b. 6 c. 5 d. 3 e. 1 f. 2 b. There are ancient ruins in Rome. c. There are fun parks in Orlando. d. There are castles in Edinburgh. e. There are mariachis in Mexico. f. There are old temples in Athens. Click into English! 1 3 b. There aren’t any mountains in Miramar. c. There are whales in Puerto Madryn. d. There is a casino in Mar del Plata. e. There isn’t an obelisk in Misiones. f. There aren’t any waterfalls in Santa Fé. 4 a. In a hospital. b. At school. c. In the park. d. In a bank. e. In a museum. f. In a restaurant. g. In a club. h. In a supermarket. 5 Respuestas tipo: a. He is thirteen years old. b. He is Chilean. c. He is from Valparaíso. d. Nueva Era School. e. There are forty classrooms. f. No, there are two. g. Yes, there is. h. Two hundred people. i. There is a big gym and a computer lab. 6 (Responde el alumno.) Unit 4 1 a. There are b. There is c. Is there d. Are there e. There is f. Is there g. Are there h. There are 2 a. some, any b. any c. any d. any e. any, some f. any g. some h. any 3 Down: 1. pasta 2. tea 3. hamburger 4. chicken 5. cheese 6. rice 7. salad 8. fish Across: 9. bread 10. yoghurt 11. cake 12. biscuits 13. pizza 14. apple 15. eggs 4 Respuestas tipo: Food you can eat for breakfast: tea, cheese, bread, yoghurt, cake, biscuits, apple, eggs Food you can eat for lunch or dinner: pasta, hamburger, chicken, cheese, rice, salad, fish, bread, pizza, eggs 5 b. football c. tennis d. rock climbing e. running f. hockey g. baseball h. swimming 6 (Responde el alumno.) Unit 5 1 Respuestas tipo: I have breakfast and then I brush my teeth. I go to school at 7 o’clock. At midday, I take the bus and get home at 1 o’clock. I have lunch and do my homework. In the afternoon, I play computer games. I have dinner at 9 and then I go to bed. Ramon never goes to the supermarket and he usually goes dancing. Betty always gets up before 10 am and she never plays sports at the club. Zoe usually does her homework for Monday and she never goes to bed before 2 am. Carla never does her homework for Monday and she always plays sports at the club. 2 a. doesn’t speak b. has c. take d. goes e. doesn’t watch f. don’t like 7 a. on b. in c. in d. at e. in f. at 3 a. rainy b. cloudy c. cold d. sunny e. snowy f. hot g. windy 8 (Responde el alumno.) 4 a. 4 b. 1 c. 3 d. 2 2 Respuestas tipo: a. Yes, they do. They are rodents. b. Yes, they do. In China and Mongolia. c. No, it mostly eats insects. d. Yes, it does. e. No, they don’t. They have long back legs. f. Yes, they are rodents. 5 a. It’s three o’clock. b. It’s one o’clock. c. It’s half past one. d. It’s quarter past one. e. It’s quarter to eight. f. It’s half past four. 6 Respuestas tipo: Lily usually gets up before 10 am and she always goes out with friends. Unit 6 1 lives, are, has, can, are, sleeps, is, eat 3 Respuestas tipo: Lives in: the deserts of China and Mongolia Eats: mostly insects (at night) Has: a long tail and very long back legs, long ears Can: jump very high © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 41 Click into English! 1&2 Answer Key 4 Respuestas tipo: Polar bears live in the Arctic. They eat fish and seals. They have white fur and very strong claws. They can make holes in the ice and walk long distances (for food). 5 a. Where do vicuñas live? b. What does the bald eagle eat? c. What do scarlet macaws have? d. Where does the giant panda live? e. What do gorillas eat? f. Is the Indian tiger a herbivore or a carnivore? Respuestas tipo: a. They live in Perú, Bolivia and in the North of Argentina. b. It eats fish, mice, ducks and snakes. c. They have colourful wings and a very long beak. d. It lives in China. e. They eat plants and fruits (they are herbivores). f. It is a carnivore. 6 Respuestas tipo: b. herbivores Zebras are big herbivores. c. cats Yaguaretés are large cats. d. bamboo Pandas eat bamboo. e. small mice Bald eagles eat small mice, fish, ducks and snakes. 7 gorilla; penguin 8 (Responde el alumno.) 42 Click into English! 2 f. opens g. leaves Unit 1 Text B: a. snows b. bake c. prepare d. give e. send f. decorate g. eat h. kiss 1 b. I usually go to bed very late. c. Maggie always chats on Facebook in the afternoon. d. Nina often does her homework before dinner. e. We never watch the news on TV. f. Laura and Kelly never clean their room on weekdays. g. My friend and I go to the cinema once a month. 2 (Responde el alumno.) 3 b. How often does Patty take her dog for a walk? She sometimes takes her dog for a walk. c. How often does Connor visit his granny? He usually visits his granny. d. How often does our teacher miss a class? She never misses a class. 4 b. Whose is the video game? It’s Bobby’s. c. Whose is the mobile phone? It’s Mum’s. d. Whose is the laptop? It’s Kevin’s. e. Whose is the night dress? It’s Katie’s. f. Whose is the new DVD player? It’s Dad’s. 5 Text A: a. is b. eat c. spend d. celebrate e. light © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 6 b. How often do you have Maths at school? c. How often do you have Music / PE / Computer Science / Chemistry? d. How often do you have History / Arts / Geography? e. How often do you have Science? Respuesta tipo: f. How often do you have Literature? Unit 2 1 Respuestas tipo: b. Meg isn’t drinking any juice. She is eating a sandwich. c. Ann isn’t talking to Will. She is listening to music. d. Pat isn’t doing her homework. She is playing the guitar. e. Sandra isn’t listening to music. She is talking on the phone. f. Meg and Jim aren’t eating pizza. They are eating a sandwich. g. Mike isn’t sending a text message. He is drinking some juice. 2 b. Is Ann making the beds? c. Is Susan studying Maths? d. Is Tom doing the gardening? e. Are Jill and Kate cleaning their room? f. Is Jessy doing her homework? 3 Respuestas tipo: happy; hungry; tired; sad; happy; thirsty 4 b. Sandy is a teacher. She teaches Maths every day. Now, she is swimming in the sea. c. Elena is a secretary. She works in an office every day. Now, she is buying souvenirs. d. Walter is an architect. He designs houses every day. Now, he is doing hang gliding. e. Stuart is a bus driver. He drives a schoolbus every day. Now, he is visiting museums. 5 a. 3 b. 4 c. 2 d. 1 e. 5 f. 7 6 Respuestas tipo: a. A charity event. b. People in need. c. No, Susie and Sean are responsible for the event. d. They are collecting clothes and asking for food. e. Teachers and parents are helping, too. f. Powder milk, dry pasta, tea, sugar and flour. Click into English! 2 7 b. Cindy is taking her dog to the vet. c. Gabriel is visiting his granny. d. Pat and Jason are helping their mother. e. Matt is waiting for an important call. meeting his friends. d. He eats organic food for dinner every day, but today he is eating pizza and chocolate cake. e. He drinks fruit juice every day, but today he is drinking champagne. f. He uses headphones to listen to music every day, but today he is using loudspeakers to share the music. Unit 3 1 invite; checking; some; some; some; any; some; any; any 5 a. some b. some c. any d. some e. any f. some g. any h. a i. a j. some 2 a. 1 b. 4 c. 6 d. 5 e. 3 f. 2 3 O D Y S E L L O T A P E D R B S E X H O T L O M W U Z H I G L U E A S Z W B U A A D O G N S T U P B U R U L E R C C E W A P E E P H T K I J I R E R X E B O O K S S _ L N Z L N L S R O K S P R C V F E O G O Z D O A W I M A R K E R S I R P S L U S S L A X X B S E Z F R C M K W C Z K C R X a. markers b. glue c. Poster paper d. ruler e. scissors f. sellotape 6 a. Maths b. some c. school d. big e. juice 7 a. a b. some c. a d. any e. a f. some g. any h. some 8 (Responde el alumno.) 4 b. He has lunch in the office every day, but today he is having a barbecue at home. c. He talks to his friends on the phone every day, but today he is 9 a. There are b. There is c. There is d. There are e. There is f. There are Unit 4 1 number: fifty, six opinion: dangerous, famous, beautiful, hot, colourful size: small, big, long, short age: old, new colour: black, blue origin: Argentinian, American, African noun: book, city, building, actor 2 b. three attractive young Brazilian people c. a famous teenage American actor d. two beautiful new buildings e. a dangerous big old African lion 3 Respuestas tipo: b. History is easier than Arts. c. Love is more important than money. d. Soup is better for your health than hamburgers. e. Josh Hutcherson is more handsome than Robert Pattinson. f. Gigs are more exciting than football matches. 4 Respuestas tipo: Brazil a long river: Amazonas a high monument: Cristo Redentor, Rio de Janeiro a good actor: Cauá Reymond a popular singer: Caetano Veloso a typical dish: “ feijoada” a famous footballer: Neymar USA a long river: Mississippi a high monument: Gateway Arch, Missouri a good actor: Johnny Depp a popular singer: Pitbull a typical dish: peanut butter sandwich / hot dogs a famous footballer: – UK a long river: Thames a high monument: The London Eye a good actor: Daniel Radcliffe a popular singer: Adele a typical dish: fish and chips a famous footballer: David Beckham 5 (Responde el alumno.) 6 Respuestas tipo: b. ‘The Lord of the Rings’ is longer than ‘Titanic’. c. ‘Bohemian Rapsody’ is more important than ‘We will rock you!’. d. Football is more popular than basketball in Brazil. 7 Respuestas tipo: b. Literature is more difficult than Maths. Music is easier than Maths. c. ‘Friends’ is funnier than ‘CSI’. ‘Animal World’ is more interesting than ‘Friends’. d. A plane is more expensive than a train. A train is faster than a car. e. Chris Hemsworth is more handsome than Jim Carrey. Leonardo DiCaprio is more talented than Chris Hemsworth. f. Salta is hotter than Mar del Plata. Mar del Plata is more beautiful than Carlos Paz. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 43 Click into English! 2 Answer Key Unit 5 1 a. There were b. There were c. There weren’t d. There wasn’t e. There was f. There was e. swim; They swam in the sea. f. play; They played beach volleyball. g. play; They didn’t play tennis. h. eat; They ate very well. i. go; They didn’t go to a Chinese restaurant. j. go; They went to a seafood restaurant. 2 b. The students were at the school lab. c. Mick was at a friend’s house. d. Carmen and Molly were at the shopping centre. e. Mark was at a rock concert. 6 a. painted b. wrote c. invented d. directed e. painted f. composed 3 b. How was the gig? It was very good. Was the music (too) loud? No, it wasn’t. It was perfect. 7 b. He usually has lunch at the school canteen but last week, he had lunch with friends. c. He usually does his homework in the afternoon but last week, he played computer games at home. d. He usually helps his father in their shop but last week, he went out with friends. e. He usually studies for his exams but last week, he stayed in bed listening to music. f. He usually has dinner at 9 pm but last week, he had a pizza at 12 am. g. He usually goes to bed at 11 pm but last week, he went to bed at 3 am! c. How was the restaurant? It was really good. Was it cheap? No, it wasn’t. It was expensive. d. How was the trip? It was very long. Was the airline service good? No, it wasn’t. It was poor. 4 ’m having; arrived; are staying; is; are; went; played; was; went; ate; is; are enjoying 5 Respuestas tipo: b. stay; They are staying at a hotel. c. have; They are having a great time. d. stay; They didn’t stay in a house. 44 Unit 6 1 a. was b. lived c. had d. travelled e. got f. lived © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable g. moved h. wanted 2 a. How old was Johnny in 2005? b. Where did he live? c. When did they travel to Argentina? d. Why did they travel to Argentina? e. When did they move to England? f. Why did they move to England? 3 b. My friend saw two films on Saturday. c. My mother bought some food for the party. d. We travelled to Buenos Aires last year. e. We visited the Obelisk and museums. f. Yesterday, I had a stomachache because I ate lots of chocolate. 4 Respuestas tipo: b. José Hernández didn’t write ‘El Quijote’. He wrote ‘Martín Fierro’. c. César Milstein didn’t discover penicillin. He discovered monoclonal antibodies. / He won the Nobel Prize in 1984. d. Alexander Fleming didn’t win the Nobel Prize. He discovered penicillin. e. Leonardo da Vinci didn’t invent the telephone. He drew the very first parachute. f. José Hernández didn’t paint the ‘Mona Lisa’. Leonardo da Vinci painted it. 5 b. Which is the most romantic film? c. Which is the coldest month in your country? d. Which is the youngest member of your family? e. Which is the most popular football team in your country? (Responde el alumno.) 6 b. Argentina’s most popular basketball player. c. many parks in this city in 1970. d. a new History teacher in my class. e. a big roast chicken on the table yesterday. f. books are these? g. smaller than a tiger. 7 b. The family took a plane to Barcelona. c. They left early in the morning. d. They stayed in a traditional hotel. e. Everyone went into the sea. f. They all had a great time. 8 lived; was; worked; decided; acted; moved; participated; met; started; filmed; ended; formed Click into English! 3 Click into English! 3 Unit 1 1 Regular verbs: walk, want, stop, happen, live, study, touch, celebrate, decide, arrive Irregular verbs: see, have, be, get, take, go, know, sing, write, come, sleep, leave, fall, wake 2 Across: 1. sang 2. went 3. took 4. felt 5. came 6. was 7. had Down: 8. fell 9. saw 10. left 11. slept 12. knew 13. got 3 a. moved b. heard c. got d. went e. stopped f. opened g. saw h. disappeared i. told 4 a. It happened a few years ago. b. It happened in Melbourne, Australia. c. The protagonists were a mother, her baby and a little boy (a ghost?). Respuesta tipo: d. A mother heard her baby crying, she got up in the middle of the night to go and see and found a little boy calming her baby down. The boy saw the woman and disappeared. 5 a. celebrate b. think c. wins d. don’t go e. prepares f. knock g. had h. crashed i. took j. took k. are getting l. am painting 6 a. so; but; so; and b. but; so c. but; so; and 7 When did it happen? a. In 1998. b. Fifteen years ago. c. In May, 1986. Where did it happen? a. In Texas. b. In Scotland. c. In Old Sycamore, Indiana. Who were the protagonists? a. María, the narrator and some friends. b. A Spanish couple. c. Two policemen. 8 (Responde el alumno.) Unit 2 1 a. was b. wasn’t c. were d. weren’t e. were 2 decided; went; was coming; saw; didn’t know; was thinking; heard; helped 3 a. was calling b. was walking c. were escaping d. was sitting e. was eating 4 b. Tom was having coffee with the Director’s secretary at 10.15 pm. c. Mike Moreau was walking along the corridor at 10 pm. d. Mike was washing his face in the restroom at 10.20 pm. e. Stewart Lovelace was working on an Egyptian mummy at 8.30 pm. f. Stewart was leaving the museum at 9.50 pm. g. Susanna Crest was putting some papers in order in her office at 9.45 pm. h. Susanna was leaving the museum at 10 pm. 5 Respuesta tipo: Susanna Crest stole the museum pieces. She said she left the museum at 10 pm but she was having coffee with Tom Hudson at 10.15 pm. 6 b. Timmy was watching TV when he fell asleep. c. Mary and Lola were walking on the beach when they saw Muriel. d. Paula was recording an interview when the doorbell rang. e. Carol was doing Pilates when she hurt her foot. f. Jimmy was taking photos when he dropped his camera. g. Mrs. Lacey was having a bath when she fell in the bathtub. 7 b. He had an accident. c. He was driving his sister to school. d. Because I was ordering some ice-cream. e. Yes, she did. f. Yes, they were. 8 a. F b. F c. T d. F e. F f. T g. T h. F i. T j. F Respuestas tipo: a. My friends told these stories they experienced. b. Tony told the story about the headless bride. d. Nathan was afraid so he went on driving. e. The hitchhiker didn’t talk to Nathan. h. The bridge was only one lane wide. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 45 Click into English! 3 Answer Key j. If you are on the bridge on Halloween night, you can see the bride on some rocks in the river. Unit 3 1 a. You should see another hairdresser. b. He should find some good recipes on the Internet. c. You should tell her to eat healthier food. d. You should talk it over with your parents. e. She shouldn’t go to the cinema. f. You should cut your neighbours’ grass for money. g. She should go out more often. 2 b. You should read a lot of books. c. You should be patient when students don’t understand. d. You should be clear when you explain. e. You should be ready to correct lots of papers. f. You should accept different opinions. g. You should have knowledge of grammar and spelling. 3 Respuestas tipo: a. You should go on holidays. b. You should see a doctor. c. You should get up earlier. d. You should see an optician. e. You should ask someone to teach you. f. You should consult a technician. g. You should stop eating sweets. d. doesn’t have to e. have to f. don’t have to 5 Obligation: e.; f.; i.; k. Ability: b.; d. Permission: c.; h. Not necessary: g.; j. 6 Respuestas tipo: library: h school: c; d restaurant: a; g theatre: e; f bank: e office: b hotel: g 7 Respuestas tipo: b. You have to be punctual in an office. c. You have to wear a school uniform if you are 5–15 years old. d. You don’t have to wear a school uniform if you are 16–18 years old. e. You can’t use a mobile phone in a theatre or in a bank. f. You can’t take photographs in a theatre. g. You can’t bring pets into a restaurant or a hotel. h. You can’t talk in a library. 8 a. has to b. can’t c. has to d. can’t e. have to f. can g. doesn’t have to h. don’t have to 4 a. has to b. don’t have to c. has to 46 © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable Unit 4 1 b. Is Dad going to practise football on Saturday morning? No, he isn’t. c. Is Milagros going to take dancing lessons on Saturday morning? No, she isn’t. d. Is Benja going to play video games on Sunday morning? No, he isn’t. e. Is Lucía going to study Maths at the weekend? Yes, she is. f. Is Dad going to cook Mum’s favourite dish next Thursday? Yes, he is. g. Is Aunt Moni going to help Mum paint the garage in the afternoon? Yes, she is. h. Is Uncle Bobby going to help Dad repair the car on Sunday morning? No, he isn’t. i. Is Mariana going to chat with her friends on Tuesday afternoon? No, she isn’t. 2 a. Francesca is going to arrive in Trelew. b. she is going to unpack her clothes after lunch. c. she is going to visit the Paleontological Museum. d. she is going to have tea in a Welsh tea house. e. she is going to go to Punta Tombo to see the penguins. f. she is going to see the whales at Península Valdés. 3 a. are, going to come b. are, going to go c. is going to buy d. am going to ask e. are, going to get f. is going to take g. Is, going to come 4 b. When are you going to travel? c. Are you going to stay at home? d. Is (Matt) going to go out with you? e. Where is (Sarah) going to go next summer? f. How are (the Roberts’) going to travel? g. How long are (the kids) going to stay in San Bernardo? 5 Positive changes: c.; d.; f.; g. Negative changes: b.; e.; h.; i.; j. 6 b. We will have less water. c. People will be more careful. d. We will have less environmental problems. e. People won’t have enough food to eat. f. Forests will have more trees. g. We will have fewer endangered animals. h. Deserts will expand. i. A lot of animals will die. j. We will have less farmland so the food supplies will decrease. Unit 5 1 b. if it’s warm tomorrow. c. you’ll have to wear warm clothes. d. if he doesn’t do his homework. e. you can call her. f. you’ll pass all your exams. g. you won’t have money for the rent. h. he won’t go. i. we’ll miss our bus. j. you’ll get a discount. Click into English! 3 2 Respuestas tipo: a. they’ll finish sooner. b. they don’t like the film. c. you won’t be able to drive. d. your temperature gets to 39. e. we’ll go alone. f. the match will be cancelled. g. we don’t finish our work today. 6 (Responde el alumno.) 3 a. visit; will see b. opens; will buy c. catches; will be d. will tell; knows e. will help; ask f. don’t have; will meet 8 Good luck: a rabbit’s foot, a horseshoe, clothes inside out, a cricket, a ladybird 4 a. If she studies, she will pass the exams. b. If the sun shines, we will walk to town. c. If he has a temperature, he will go to the health centre. d. If my friends come, I will be very happy. e. If she earns a lot of money, she will travel to Europe. f. If we travel to London, we will visit the museums. 5 b. If I get up early, I will arrive first. If I arrive first, I will get the best seats. If I get the best seats, I will be near the band. If I am near the band, I will ask them for an autograph. c. If I find a four-leaf clover, I will have good luck. If I have good luck, I will win the lottery. If I win the lottery, I will buy a car. If I buy a car, I will travel round my country. 7 b. you will have bad luck. c. you will break a bad-luck spell. d. it will protect you from vampires and bad spirits. e. your wishes will come true. f. you will receive money. Bad luck: Friday 13th, a dog howling 9 a. rabbit’s foot b. horseshoe c. clothes inside out d. cricket e. Friday 13th f. Ladybirds Unit 6 1 Down: 1. made 2. lost 3. written 4. read 5. been 6. gone Across: 7. found 8. eaten 9. ridden 10. seen 2 b. Have you ever broken a bone? c. Have you ever eaten raw fish? d. Have you ever played an instrument? e. Have you ever acted in a play? f. Have you ever played baseball? g. Have you ever travelled by helicopter? h. Have you ever visited Europe? 3 (Responde el alumno.) 4 b. I have lost my new mobile phone. c. He has failed his driving test. d. He has missed the bus. e. He has won the lottery. e. Steve hasn’t tidied his bedroom. f. Steve has ordered something for dinner. g. Steve hasn’t taken out the rubbish. 8 a. saw b. have eaten c. haven’t called d. missed e. hasn’t bought f. Have, seen g. finished 5 b. has visited c. Have; broken d. have paid e. has; snowed f. have seen g. have bought h. have had i. have grown 6 a. Have you ever visited a friend in hospital? b. I’ve never felt sick in a car. c. He has never come to my house. d. Has she ever travelled to Europe? e. Have the students ever talked to the Principal? f. I’ve never danced tango. 7 b. Phil hasn’t washed the dishes. c. Phil has bought milk. d. Phil has taken the dog for a walk. © Pearson Education S.A. • Click into English! Actividades Online Complementarias • Fotocopiable 47 Datos de catalogación bibliográfica: Casuscelli, Lina Click: actividades online complementarias click into english! 1, 2, 3 / Lina Casuscelli y María José Gandini ; adaptado por Paula Czajka. - 1a ed. - Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires : Pearson Education, 2015. E-Book. ISBN 978-987-615-394-2 1. Material Auxiliar para la Enseñanza. I. Gandini, María José II. Czajka, Paula, adapt. III. Título CDD 371.33 Fecha de catalogación: 19/12/2014 Pearson Education S.A. Av. Belgrano 615 piso 11° (C1092AAG) Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Argentina. 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