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1 A Reading The Louvre The Louvre Museum in Paris is one of e largest and most famous art museums in e world. The Louvre was built at e beginning of e century and it was first a palace for e kings and queens of France. During e French Revolution e Louvre became a museum and it now has about,000 different works of art. Perhaps e most famous painting in e museum is e Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci, which ousands of people see every year. To enter e museum you have to go rough e famous glass pyramid. A lot of people didn t like e pyramid when it was first built but now it is a famous part of e museum. If you are under eighteen, you don t have to pay to go into e museum. Apart from e works of art ere are lots of ings to do and see in e Louvre. There are dance performances, storytelling and animated films. If you go in e summer, it is sometimes crowded. The Louvre has appeared in many books and films. Perhaps e most famous book and film was The Da Vinci Code, which was written by Dan Brown. 7 Read e text. Circle e correct option. When was e Louvre built? a At e end of e century. b At e beginning of e century. c At e beginning of e century. The Louvre was fi rst used as a a house. b a museum. c a palace. The Louvre became a museum a during e French Revolution. b in e century. c is century. To enter e museum you have to a go rough e door. b go rough a glass box. c go rough a pyramid made of glass. Which of ese sentences is true? a The Louvre is cheap if you are under eighteen. b The Louvre is expensive if you are under eighteen. c The Louvre is free if you are under eighteen. The Da Vinci Code was written by a Leonardo Da Vinci. b Dan Brown. c someone in e Louvre. Listening 8 Listen. True (t) or false (f)? The population of Paris is irty million people. Every year ere are more an twenty million tourists in Paris. A famous caedral in Paris is e Arc de Triomphe. The river which goes rough Paris is called e Seine. You can see a small Statue of Liberty in Paris. The French Open tennis championship takes place in Paris. Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L

2 A Writing Word order French / I m / course / starting a / next week. Write or. Correct e errors. The Louvre is a museum French. The Louvre is a French museum. Over six ousand paintings has got e museum. Over eight million people visit usually e museum every year. The apostrophe Write one apostrophe in each sentence. Yesterday I didnt read e rules of e museum. I didn t read e rules of e museum. You mustnt touch e paintings or sculptures. The Louvre is always open until ten on Fridays. Visitors cant smoke in e museum. If you now are in Paris, you should visit e museum. Dogs mustnt enter e museum. You can buy tickets on e web in advance. The websites got a lot of information. Order e sentences. is living / in Paris / my sister / at e moment. My sister is living in Paris at e moment. fantastic / she inks / it s a / city. Well visit e Louvre when we go to Paris. Time connectors French literature / she s / at e Sorbonne University / studying. always / about life in Paris / I / ask her. she s / doing someing interesting / always. Complete wi time connectors. when at fi rst eventually when en a few minutes later We were going to visit e Louvre () when I saw a long queue at e entrance. () I wanted to go home and return anoer day. But () my sister told me at ere are,000 visitors every day! () we were in e queue. We had to wait for a long time but () we entered. I was amazed () I saw e Mona Lisa. 0 Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009

3 B Reading Global Warming The Ear is getting hotter and is is called global warming. It is causing changes in e Ear s climate. Why is global warming happening? A lot of scientists ink at e way people live is making e Ear a hotter place. In e last two hundred years people have used too much fuel like petrol to drive cars and is creates gases which trap e heat in e Ear s atmosphere. This makes e land and e oceans hotter and e result is at e weaer is changing. There are more big storms and hurricanes in some countries and in oer places ere is not enough rain. What might happen in e future? Scientists don t know exactly what will happen but most people agree at global warming is going to continue. This means at e ice in e Arctic and Antarctic will melt and ere will be more water in e oceans. Because is water is very cold, e oceans will also become colder and is might make Europe a colder place in e future wi very cold winters. Anoer possibility is at ere might be less rain in Europe in e future and ere might be deserts in countries like Spain and Greece. 9 Read e text. Circle e correct option. A lot of scientists ink at e way people live is a called global warming. b making e Ear a hotter place. c making e Ear a better place. In e last two hundred years people have a driven cars. b trapped gas. c used too much fuel like petrol. Which sentence is true? a There is ice all over e world. b There are hurricanes in most countries. c In some countries ere is not enough rain. Listening Most people agree at global warming a is not going to continue. b might continue. c is going to continue. The oceans will become a hotter. b colder. c wetter. In e future ere might be deserts a in Spain. b in all of Europe. c in e Arctic. 0 Listen. True (t) or false (f)? There are not many cities wi recycling bins now. Solar panels don t cost a lot of money. You should leave e television on standby when you are not using it. When e television is on standby ere is a small red light. It is a good idea to buy food from shops in your area. You should turn up e air conditioning in e summer. Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009

4 B Writing Referencing Choose e correct option. Global warming is a big problem. We need to do someing about her / it. We have used too much fuel. We should use em / it less. I want to start an environmental group at school. Can you help I / me? We must act now. These / This problem won t go away. The government should listen to e scientists. Those / They can give us some solutions. Ask yourself e question: What can I / me do to help? The weaer is changing because of ere are gases trapped in e atmosphere. There are extreme weaer conditions because is. We might have to live on e Moon because e Ear might be too hot for us. Winters in Europe will be terrible because of e cold weaer. What do e underlined words refer to? Circle e words. Don t put bottles in a normal bin. Put em in a recycling bin. If you re not watching e TV, remember to turn it off. My uncle saves a lot of electricity because he has solar panels. My aunt buys all her food from a market. It s good for her. The food comes from local farmers so it is very fresh. Talking to people helps change ings. I m going to do is more often. because v. because of Write or. Correct e errors. The Ear is getting hotter because global warming. The Ear is getting hotter because of global warming. This has happened because we haven t looked after e planet. 7 Get ready to stay inside because of Spain might become one big desert. Presenting ideas Complete wi ese words. on e one hand on e oer hand however in conclusion however My mum says we should ink positively about e future. () However, I ink ere are many reasons to be negative. (), some people are doing ings to fi ght global warming. (), is still isn t enough. My friends and I cycle and use public transport. (), our parents use eir cars every day. (), ere are some ings to be positive about, but we need a lot more people to help. Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009

5 C Reading Lions Today ere are about,000 lions in Africa. The lion is called e King of e Jungle but it doesn t live in e jungle, it lives in e grasslands of Africa. When lions are born ey only weigh two to four kilograms but an adult male lion can weigh more an two hundred kilograms. They are normally a yellow-brown colour. Male lions have a lot of hair around eir neck and head which is called a mane. Lions usually live in groups of fifteen or more but ere are usually only two adult males in each group. These groups are called prides. In a pride e female lions do most of e hunting and ey also look after e young lions, which are called cubs. Lions hunt and eat a lot of different animals like zebras and giraffes and ey can even attack elephants. When e female kills an animal, usually e male eats first, en e female and en e lion cubs. Lions are carnivores (meat eaters). A typical meal for a lion is seven kilograms of meat but ey are able to eat more when ey are very hungry. In a zoo a lion can live up to irty years but in Africa ey normally live for about irteen years. Read e text. Circle e correct option. The lion lives in a b c forests. e jungle. e grasslands in Africa. When a lion is born it weighs a between two and four kilograms. b fi fteen kilograms. c two hundred kilograms. Lions live in groups of a two. b four. c fi fteen. Which sentence is true? a Sometimes elephants attack lions. b Sometimes lions attack elephants. c Sometimes zebras attack lions. When a female lion kills an animal, who eats fi rst? a The cub. b The male lion. c The female lion. In Africa lions live for about a irty years. b irteen years. c ree years. Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009 Listening Listen. True or false? The Lion King was made in 99. In e fi lm, Simba s uncle is called Mufasa. Scar sends hyenas to kill Simba. The Lion King is a musical fi lm. The Lion King won ree Oscars. All e songs in e fi lm were sung by Elton John.

6 C Writing Examples Complete e words. I love animals l i k e lions, elephants and giraffes. Lions often live in unnatural environments, f e, in a zoo. In my opinion, ey should live in natural environments, s a e African grasslands. However, ere are some good ings about zoos. F e, children can see ese animals. But you can also see ese animals in places l safari parks. Some animals can be pets too, s a cats and dogs. Complete e sentences. I love many Disney fi lms, such as The Jungle Book and The Lion King. My mum and I like e same singers, example Elton John and Justin Timberlake. Elton John wrote some great songs for The Lion King, as Can You Feel e Love Tonight. The fi lm won many awards, for a Golden Globe and an Oscar. The characters in e fi lm, as Simba and Scar, are really brilliant. I also enjoy oer animated fi lms, Finding Nemo. what s more, also, too, as well Complete one of e gaps wi e word in brackets. Tigers are e largest living cats, but / lions are also very big. (also) Many lions live in Africa. There are lions living in Asia. (too) Female lions do most of e hunting. females normally live longer an males. (what s more) Lions eat zebras. ey sometimes eat wildebeest. (as well) Lions hunt in groups. Many lions live togeer in groups. (also) I ink ey re beautiful. They can be dangerous. (too) Choose e correct option. The Lion King is a fi lm. It s also / as well a musical. The musical has been a huge success in New York. It s a hit in London too / what s more. A few ings are different in e musical. As well / What s more, ere are extra songs. I ve seen e musical in Mexico City. I saw it in Paris as well / what s more. The musical has too / also won awards. The fi lm was produced by Disney. What s more / Also, e musical was produced by Disney Theatrical. Synonyms Match e underlined words wi ese synonyms. spend some time in friendly pleased beautiful really at e moment I ink lions are very interesting. really However, I m sure ey re not very nice to people. Would you be happy to stand in a room wi a lion? You might prefer to go to a safari park. We re reading a great book about Africa now. There are many attractive places in Africa. Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009

7 A Reading The Louvre The Louvre Museum in Paris is one of e largest and most famous art museums in e world. The Louvre was built at e beginning of e century and it was first a palace for e kings and queens of France. During e French Revolution e Louvre became a museum and it now has about,000 different works of art. Perhaps e most famous painting in e museum is e Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci, which ousands of people see every year. To enter e museum you have to go rough e famous glass pyramid. A lot of people didn t like e pyramid when it was first built but now it is a famous part of e museum. If you are under eighteen, you don t have to pay to go into e museum. Apart from e works of art ere are lots of ings to do and see in e Louvre. There are dance performances, storytelling and animated films. If you go in e summer, it is sometimes crowded. The Louvre has appeared in many books and films. Perhaps e most famous book and film was The Da Vinci Code, which was written by Dan Brown. 7 Read e text. Circle e correct option. When was e Louvre built? a At e end of e century. b At e beginning of e century. c At e beginning of e century. The Louvre was fi rst used as a a house. b a museum. c a palace. The Louvre became a museum a during e French Revolution. b in e century. c is century. To enter e museum you have to a go rough e door. b go rough a glass box. c go rough a pyramid made of glass. Which of ese sentences is true? a The Louvre is cheap if you are under eighteen. b The Louvre is expensive if you are under eighteen. c The Louvre is free if you are under eighteen. The Da Vinci Code was written by a Leonardo Da Vinci. b Dan Brown. c someone in e Louvre. Listening 8 Listen. True (t) or false (f)? The population of Paris is irty million people. f Every year ere are more an twenty million tourists in Paris. t A famous caedral in Paris is e Arc de Triomphe. f The river which goes rough Paris is called e Seine. t You can see a small Statue of Liberty in Paris. t The French Open tennis championship takes place in Paris. t Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009

8 A Writing Word order French / I m / course / starting a / next week. I m starting a French course next week. Write or. Correct e errors. The Louvre is a museum French. The Louvre is a French museum. Over six ousand paintings has got e museum. The museum has got over six ousand paintings. Over eight million people visit usually e museum every year. Over eight million people usually visit e museum every year. The Louvre is always open until ten on Fridays. If you now are in Paris, you should visit e museum. If you are in Paris now, you should visit e museum. You can buy tickets on e web in advance. The apostrophe Write one apostrophe in each sentence. Yesterday I didnt read e rules of e museum. Yesterday I didn t read e rules of e museum. You mustnt touch e paintings or sculptures. You mustn t touch e paintings or sculptures. Visitors cant smoke in e museum. Visitors can t smoke in e museum. Dogs mustnt enter e museum. Dogs mustn t enter e museum. The websites got a lot of information. The website s got a lot of information. Order e sentences. is living / in Paris / my sister / at e moment. My sister is living in Paris at e moment. fantastic / she inks / it s a / city. She inks it s a fantastic city. Well visit e Louvre when we go to Paris. We ll visit e Louvre when we go to Paris. Time connectors Complete wi time connectors. French literature / she s / at e Sorbonne University / studying. She s studying French literature at e Sorbonne University. always / about life in Paris / I / ask her. I always ask her about life in Paris. she s / doing someing interesting / always. She s always doing someing interesting. when at fi rst eventually when en a few minutes later We were going to visit e Louvre () when I saw a long queue at e entrance. () At first I wanted to go home and return anoer day. But () en my sister told me at ere are,000 visitors every day! () A few minutes later we were in e queue. We had to wait for a long time but () eventually we entered. I was amazed () when I saw e Mona Lisa. Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009

9 B Reading Global Warming The Ear is getting hotter and is is called global warming. It is causing changes in e Ear s climate. Why is global warming happening? A lot of scientists ink at e way people live is making e Ear a hotter place. In e last two hundred years people have used too much fuel like petrol to drive cars and is creates gases which trap e heat in e Ear s atmosphere. This makes e land and e oceans hotter and e result is at e weaer is changing. There are more big storms and hurricanes in some countries and in oer places ere is not enough rain. What might happen in e future? Scientists don t know exactly what will happen but most people agree at global warming is going to continue. This means at e ice in e Arctic and Antarctic will melt and ere will be more water in e oceans. Because is water is very cold, e oceans will also become colder and is might make Europe a colder place in e future wi very cold winters. Anoer possibility is at ere might be less rain in Europe in e future and ere might be deserts in countries like Spain and Greece. 9 Read e text. Circle e correct option. A lot of scientists ink at e way people live is a called global warming. b making e Ear a hotter place. c making e Ear a better place. In e last two hundred years people have a driven cars. b trapped gas. c used too much fuel like petrol. Which sentence is true? a There is ice all over e world. b There are hurricanes in most countries. c In some countries ere is not enough rain. Listening Most people agree at global warming a is not going to continue. b might continue. c is going to continue. The oceans will become a hotter. b colder. c wetter. In e future ere might be deserts a in Spain. b in all of Europe. c in e Arctic. 0 Listen. True (t) or false (f)? There are not many cities wi recycling bins now. f Solar panels don t cost a lot of money. f You should leave e television on standby when you are not using it. f When e television is on standby ere is a small red light. t It is a good idea to buy food from shops in your area. t You should turn up e air conditioning in e summer. f Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L

10 B Writing Referencing Choose e correct option. Global warming is a big problem. We need to do someing about her / it. We have used too much fuel. We should use em / it less. I want to start an environmental group at school. Can you help I / me? We must act now. These / This problem won t go away. The government should listen to e scientists. Those / They can give us some solutions. Ask yourself e question: What can I / me do to help? The weaer is changing because of ere are gases trapped in e atmosphere. The weaer is changing because ere are gases trapped in e atmosphere. There are extreme weaer conditions because is. There are extreme weaer conditions because of is. We might have to live on e Moon because e Ear might be too hot for us. Winters in Europe will be terrible because of e cold weaer. What do e underlined words refer to? Circle e words. Don t put bottles in a normal bin. Put em in a recycling bin. If you re not watching e TV, remember to turn it off. My uncle saves a lot of electricity because he has solar panels. My aunt buys all her food from a market. It s good for her. The food comes from local farmers so it is very fresh. Talking to people helps change ings. I m going to do is more often. because v. because of Write or. Correct e errors. The Ear is getting hotter because global warming. The Ear is getting hotter because of global warming. This has happened because we haven t looked after e planet. 7 Get ready to stay inside because of Spain might become one big desert. Get ready to stay inside because Spain might become one big desert. Presenting ideas Complete wi ese words. on e one hand on e oer hand however in conclusion however My mum says we should ink positively about e future. () However, I ink ere are many reasons to be negative. () On e one hand, some people are doing ings to fi ght global warming. () On e oer hand, is still isn t enough. My friends and I cycle and use public transport. () However, our parents use eir cars every day. () In conclusion, ere are some ings to be positive about, but we need a lot more people to help. 8 Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009

11 C Reading Lions Today ere are about,000 lions in Africa. The lion is called e King of e Jungle but it doesn t live in e jungle, it lives in e grasslands of Africa. When lions are born ey only weigh two to four kilograms but an adult male lion can weigh more an two hundred kilograms. They are normally a yellow-brown colour. Male lions have a lot of hair around eir neck and head which is called a mane. Lions usually live in groups of fifteen or more but ere are usually only two adult males in each group. These groups are called prides. In a pride e female lions do most of e hunting and ey also look after e young lions, which are called cubs. Lions hunt and eat a lot of different animals like zebras and giraffes and ey can even attack elephants. When e female kills an animal, usually e male eats first, en e female and en e lion cubs. Lions are carnivores (meat eaters). A typical meal for a lion is seven kilograms of meat but ey are able to eat more when ey are very hungry. In a zoo a lion can live up to irty years but in Africa ey normally live for about irteen years. Read e text. Circle e correct option. The lion lives in a forests. b e jungle. c e grasslands in Africa. When a lion is born it weighs a between two and four kilograms. b fi fteen kilograms. c two hundred kilograms. Lions live in groups of a two. b four. c fi fteen. Which sentence is true? a Sometimes elephants attack lions. b Sometimes lions attack elephants. c Sometimes zebras attack lions. When a female lion kills an animal, who eats fi rst? a The cub. b The male lion. c The female lion. In Africa lions live for about a irty years. b irteen years. c ree years. Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009 Listening Listen. True or false? The Lion King was made in 99. f In e fi lm, Simba s uncle is called Mufasa. f Scar sends hyenas to kill Simba. t The Lion King is a musical fi lm. t The Lion King won ree Oscars. f All e songs in e fi lm were sung by Elton John. f 9

12 C Writing Examples Complete e words. I love animals l i k e lions, elephants and giraffes. Lions often live in unnatural environments, f o r e x a m p l e, in a zoo. In my opinion, ey should live in natural environments, s u c h a s e African grasslands. However, ere are some good ings about zoos. F o r e x a m p l e, children can see ese animals. But you can also see ese animals in places l i k e safari parks. Some animals can be pets too, s u c h a s cats and dogs. Complete e sentences. I love many Disney fi lms, such as The Jungle Book and The Lion King. My mum and I like e same singers, for example Elton John and Justin Timberlake. Elton John wrote some great songs for The Lion King, such as Can You Feel e Love Tonight. The fi lm won many awards, for example a Golden Globe and an Oscar. The characters in e fi lm, such as Simba and Scar, are really brilliant. I also enjoy oer animated fi lms, like Finding Nemo. what s more, also, too, as well Complete one of e gaps wi e word in brackets. Tigers are e largest living cats, but / lions are also very big. (also) Many lions live in Africa. There are / lions living in Asia too. (too) Female lions do most of e hunting. What s more females normally live longer an males /. (what s more) Lions eat zebras. / ey sometimes eat wildebeest as well. (as well) Lions hunt in groups. Many lions also live togeer / in groups. (also) I ink ey re beautiful. They can / be dangerous too. (too) Choose e correct option. The Lion King is a fi lm. It s also / as well a musical. The musical has been a huge success in New York. It s a hit in London too / what s more. A few ings are different in e musical. As well / What s more, ere are extra songs. I ve seen e musical in Mexico City. I saw it in Paris as well / what s more. The musical has too / also won awards. The fi lm was produced by Disney. What s more / Also, e musical was produced by Disney Theatrical. Synonyms Match e underlined words wi ese synonyms. spend some time in friendly pleased beautiful really at e moment I ink lions are very interesting. really However, I m sure ey re not very nice to people. friendly Would you be happy to stand in a room wi a lion? pleased You might prefer to go to a safari park. spend some time in We re reading a great book about Africa now. at e moment There are many attractive places in Africa. beautiful 0 Photocopiable: Richmond Publishing / Santillana Educación, S.L. 009

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