MÓDULO 3 SECCIÓN 3 EXA INTRO 025 VOCABULARY I. Classify the words and complete the chart. guidebook sunglasses camera driver’s license CLOTHING cash passport insurance credit card MONEY visa hat phrase book raincoat HEALTH first-aid kit map sweater traveler’s checks TRAVEL DOCUMENTS THINGS YOU TAKE IN YOUR LUGGAGE GRAMMAR I. Complete each sentence or question. Use will or won’t and the verb in brackets. 1. I (choose) ________________________ the team next week. 2. You (not have) _______________________ a lot of time to answer the questions. 3. Mr. Jones (be) ______________________ back at about 7:30. 4. Dimitri (not know) ____________________ the answer. 5. I’m sure Jane (like) ____________________ her birthday present. 6. (you give) _______________ us any homework on Friday? 7. There (not be) ____________________ any lessons tomorrow. 8. (we see) _______________ you tomorrow evening? 9. Lots of people (read) _____________________ Michael White’s new book. 10. I think our team (win) _________________ the match. LANGUAGE IN USE I. Choose the best option a, b or c. 1. A: Where are you going to travel to? B: I don´t know. ________ I will go to Cancun or Playa del Carmen. a. I´m sure b. Maybe c. It´s obvious 2. A: Look! It´s very _______. B: It´s going to rain early today. a. sunny b. windy c. cloudy Elaborado en el CAA USBI Xalapa. Enero 2015. mgah,avaf. 3. (on the phone) A: Daniel is not home now. B. Oh, can I leave him a _______ then? a. message b. phone call c. note 4. A: What are you going to do _________? B: I´m going to visit my grandparents in Catemaco. a. the day before yesterday b. this coming Friday c. last Friday 5. A: What do you think your life will be like in 10 years? B: I´ll ________ work in a transnational company and get married. a. probably b. maybe c. think LISTENING I. Listen to the conversation and number the places the man will visit in the order he mentions them. The Amazon Santiago Buenos Aires Valparaíso Rio ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) Lake Titicaca Lima Machu Picchu Montevideo Patagonia ( ( ( ( ( ) ) ) ) ) II. Listen again and choose the best option a, b or c. 1. How many weeks will Duncan spend in South America? a. one b. two c. three 2. How long will Duncan stay in Rio? a. one day b. two days c. one week 3. Duncan will go _____ the Sugar Loaf Mountain in Rio. a. In b. up c. down 4. What will he do in Santiago de Chile? a. Visiting the ruins b. going to the beach c. touring with his friends 5. Duncan will fly _____ after being on the Amazon. a. Home b. Lima c. Valparaiso Elaborado en el CAA USBI Xalapa. Enero 2015. mgah,avaf. READING I. Read the text and complete the chart. How the world will look like in the next 50 years People are always wondering what the future will look like. The answer is very simple; if we want to understand the future, we must know the past that has brought us to where we are today. The world has changed a lot in the last 150 years, but we, humans, have the same basic needs we had 150 years ago: food, sleep, sex, the feeling of being appreciated and loved. In general the inventions over the last few years have involved a fight for freedom and communication and to be able to control time and world. Flying cars and virtual worlds are examples of scenarios that have been pictured for the future for a long time. Flying cars are a great and exciting concept, but is it realistic to hope for their creation? Even if flying cars were designed to be excellent in city traffic, it would be expensive for a city to implement them, and for people to buy this extra vehicle. So, even with all the pros, the practical steps to introduce such a radically different form of transport are too hard to overcome. Therefore, there will be no road network for flying cars in the next 50 years. In relation to virtual worlds, it might be possible in the future to experience the sand between your toes, feel the salt from the ocean on your lips, hear the waves and smell the seaweed by just lying in your bed at home. But we will not be able to be fooled our minds as no matter how real the experience will feel, we will always know that it isn´t actually happening. That will make all the difference. You can tell people today that you have seen the pyramids in Egypt because you have seen a picture of them, but you will never get the feeling of being there. We can say that it is a great inexpensive invention but it will never replace the real experience. Adapted from: http://www.newsoffuture.com/about_the_future.html 1. Humans´ basic needs 2. What inventors have been fighting for (name 2) 3. Flying cars would be expensive for (name 2) 4. Type of activity virtual worlds could make possible (name 2) 5. Reason virtual worlds will never trick our minds completely. 6. The cost to travel through virtual worlds. Elaborado en el CAA USBI Xalapa. Enero 2015. mgah,avaf. WRITING I. Write a composition about what you think your life will be like in 10 years. (Write 60-80 words). Consider: work, housing, family, entertainment, etc. ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________________ Elaborado en el CAA USBI Xalapa. Enero 2015. mgah,avaf.