101 More Illustrated Crossword Puzzles

Chabot Illustrations by Erik Millette .101 More Illustrated Crossword Puzzles John F.

Textbooks for second language learners. Crossword Puzzles. John F. III. Title: One hundred one more illustrated crossword puzzles. English language .© Copyright 1998 FULL BLAST Productions IN CANADA FB Productions Box 408 Virgil. New York 14092-8297 Photocopying rights are granted to the individual teacher or the single school purchasing the materials.1’076 C99-930267-1 Illustrations: Erik Millette ISBN 1-895451-31-0 Printed in Canada . Please respect copyright. a teacher in the school or the school itself must own an original copy. Ontario L0S 1T0 IN THE UNITED STATES FB Productions Box 1297 Lewiston. A copy of this book purchased by an individual teacher is that teacher's property and can travel with her from school to school. Erik. exercises. Canadian Cataloguing in Publication Data Chabot. etc. II. To be entitled to copy this book. A single copy of this book may not be kept at a resource center and used to service several schools.C45 1999 428.Problems. PE1449. 3.* I. 1959101 more illustrated crossword puzzles ISBN 1-895451-31-0 1. Vocabulary . Millette. Title.. 2.

TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION page i UNIT ONE: OPPOSITES page 1-1 UNIT TWO: OUTER SPACE page 2-1 UNIT THREE: SAFETY page 3-1 UNIT FOUR: SEA CREATURES page 4-1 UNIT FIVE: TAKING A TRIP page 5-1 UNIT SIX: IN THE CITY page 6-1 UNIT SEVEN: INSECTS page 7-1 UNIT EIGHT: MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS page 8-1 UNIT NINE: HEALTH CARE page 9-1 UNIT TEN: COMBINED page 10-1 .

The ten units in this book cover nine themes. hopefully. Each vocabulary word is used in a sentence. to expand their vocabularies and.INTRODUCTION It has been well documented that crossword puzzles are an effective language teaching tool. Result: the student has a picture in her mind of what the thing is. Practicing spelling is the idea. Each unit has ten crossword puzzles. In Units One through Nine the first page of each unit has a list of thirty numbered sentences. The numbers for the sentences correspond with a pictorial representation of that word on the following page. The drawing shows the student what the word is. And below that is a line for the student to write the word. The units are: Unit One: Opposites Unit Two: Outer Space Unit Three: Safety Unit Four: Sea Creatures Unit Five: Taking A Trip Unit Six: In The City Unit Seven: Insects Unit Eight: Musical Instruments Unit Nine: Health Care Unit Ten: Combined The tenth unit is a combination of words from the first nine units. The drawings page has the thirty words depicted pictorially. . The vocabulary word is written beneath each drawing. This type of crossword puzzle works because a pictorial representation puts the word into context. Not to mention that they are enjoyable to complete. both first and second language and both young people and adults. Each of Units One through Nine features thirty arbitrarily chosen vocabulary words. The drawings page can serve as a handy reference tool when completing the crosswords. This ten unit book is designed to help English language learners. to let them have fun doing it! 101 Illustrated Crossword Puzzles uses drawings as a visual stimulus to aid in vocabulary acquisition. The sentences aim to use the words in an everyday context. The teacher can decide how to use this feature.

a checklist is given. If a student has difficulty. she can refer to the drawings page. The puzzles use a mixture of the words from the first nine units and a checklist is given. D7).Next comes three ten word puzzles with each vocabulary word used once. A checklist of the words in the puzzle is given. These test the students recall not only for what the drawing is.g. Again. There is a complete Answer Key included at the end of each lesson. but also how that word is spelled. The students match the picture and its word. This book can be used with other thematically related materials. . Unit Ten consists of eleven puzzles of twenty-four words each. The word clues are in a row in random order between two rows of five illustrations each. The illustrations are given with their position on the puzzle (e. Teachers may choose to not use all of the activity sheets in a given unit. There are two fifteen word puzzles. Then there are three twenty word puzzles. Each word is used in two of the three puzzles. there are two puzzles of the entire thirty word lesson. No checklist is given for these. Each word is used in one of the two puzzles. Finally.

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UNIT 1 OPPOSITES 1-1 .

The glass of root beer is full. 21. 15. A feather is light. 9. 19. 17. The bad dog growled and barked. 22. 5. When on land. 2. 1-2 . The valley is low. My father’s bald head is smooth. 13. The nail is crooked. The witch is ugly. 8. The dog jumped over the fence. A pillow is soft. The board is straight. 6. a turtle is a slow moving creature. 27. A rabbit can run fast. The dog crawled under the gate. 4. Jimmy is tall compared to Tony. 16. My grandfather is old. The kitten with the ribbon is pretty. Martin has become thin. 26. A rock is hard. 12.OPPOSITES 1. 24. A feather does not weigh much. A baby is young. The glass of root beer is empty. The door is closed. The good dog sat quietly beside its master. The ice made my drink cold. The door is open. 30. My father’s short beard and haircut feel rough to touch. 20. 18. The sandwich is thick. 25. 10. Steam was rising from the cup of coffee because it was so hot. The barbell is heavy. The mountain is high. Since he has been on a diet. 3. 23. Tony is short compared to Jimmy. 29. 14. 11. The hot air balloon flew high in the sky. 28. 7.

1-3 1) hot 2) tall 3) slow 4) closed 5) low 6) full 7) straight 8) over 9) young 10) rough 11) hard 12) ugly 13) bad 14) thick 15) heavy 16) thin 17) short 18) under 19) crooked 20) pretty 21) empty 22) smooth 23) high 24) cold 25) open 26) old 27) good 28) light 29) soft 30) fast .

OPPOSITES 10A-1 1 2 3 5 6 7 4 8 9 A2 high under A8 D2 hard empty D9 D4 pretty rough A3 D7 slow heavy D1 A6 straight short 1-4 D5 .

OPPOSITES 10A-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D6 hot over D9 A1 low good D3 D4 closed young D2 A5 crooked soft A7 A8 smooth thin 1-5 A3 .

OPPOSITES 10A-3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 D3 tall light A7 A3 cold bad D5 A2 thick ugly D1 A8 open old D8 D6 fast full 1-6 A4 .

OPPOSITES 15B-1 CHECKLIST: ___ low 1 ___ old ___ pretty ___ good 5 2 3 4 ___ rough ___ slow ___ open ___ tall ___ thin ___ soft ___ over 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ___ crooked ___ hot ___ heavy ___ empty A7 D3 D12 A9 D1 A11 A2 D6 D8 A4 A6 D10 D2 1-7 A8 D5 .

OPPOSITES 15B-2 CHECKLIST: ___ young ___ light ___ high 1 2 3 ___ cold ___ thick 6 4 5 7 8 9 11 12 13 10 ___ under ___ ugly ___ straight ___ smooth ___ fast ___ hard ___ closed ___ full ___ short ___ bad A1 D2 D6 A7 A13 A9 D12 A12 D10 A5 D3 A8 D4 1-8 D9 A11 .

OPPOSITES 20C-1 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ thin thick rough empty slow low straight crooked open old good cold light bad high over young fast ugly short 1 2 3 5 6 9 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 7 10 11 8 4 19 A18 A8 D15 A5 D1 D11 D4 A14 D16 A12 A6 D14 D7 A19 D9 A17 D2 A10 1-9 D13 A3 .

OPPOSITES 20C-2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ over pretty soft under smooth full cold young closed light heavy bad tall hard short empty straight thick crooked hot 1 2 3 6 7 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 4 5 8 16 17 A14 D6 A8 D4 A4 A3 D13 D1 D14 A11 D15 D3 A12 A2 D5 A7 A9 D10 1-10 A17 A16 .

OPPOSITES 20C-3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ open tall smooth closed rough high fast hot heavy under full old slow low ugly soft good hard pretty thin 1 3 4 5 6 9 11 12 13 14 15 7 2 8 10 16 17 18 A14 A16 D9 A12 D2 A7 D17 D4 D13 D15 D1 D11 A3 D18 A5 A10 D6 D8 1-11 A9 A18 .

OPPOSITES TEST-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 8 9 D1 A13 A3 13 14 15 17 16 D19 18 19 20 D15 D16 21 22 24 25 26 27 23 A11 A27 A26 D6 A1 D12 A21 D25 A8 D2 A24 A4 D9 A22 A12 A14 D10 A18 D23 A17 D21 A20 1-12 D5 A7 .

OPPOSITES TEST-2 1 3 2 4 5 6 9 11 12 13 14 15 7 8 10 D1 D10 A13 D8 16 18 19 20 17 21 22 23 D12 A10 24 25 D7 26 A9 A3 A14 A16 D6 D13 A18 D15 A26 D21 A7 D20 A22 D25 A24 D26 D2 A11 A4 D19 A17 1-13 D5 A23 .

ANSWER KEY OPPOSITES 10A-1 1 OPPOSITES 10A-2 1 OPPOSITES 10A-3 1 r 2 l 2 o v w 2 t b a l 3 s t r a l o u g 3 w 3 d c l r o 4 o k e r d f u l l 4 h 6 i 7 g h a o 5 y o u n 6 a o t h s 4 5 5 u n d i g h 9 s e d m s h e o r d t t s o f 8 h i c o 7 k 6 u g l y h t 8 7 e r m p r e t t y t y a v y g o d 8 9 l o p e n l d i t h o t i n OPPOSITES 15B-1 1 t OPPOSITES 15B-2 1 2 3 OPPOSITES 20C-1 1 h i 2 3 4 t c o l 8 5 h i i c l k 6 b 2 o l d p e n 5 s 3 4 a c w o p 8 m 4 y r e t t y u n g h 9 o 7 s m o o t r e r 11 h 5 l d p t s e h 10 9 12 l o r 6 7 a 7 b o w a d u g 12 u s r o u u g l i y e h i i n m p t y 6 10 11 h o e a v y l l n d a l i g 13 t g h o t y n 14 g h 13 8 s l o f t f u l y l f g 15 a k e d s t h t a r t d g h s l o w t r a s t i g o 17 h t 16 9 c 10 r o o w 12 c r o u 11 o d 19 v e 18 o o l d g h o o v e r d t h i c k e d OPPOSITES 20C-2 1 OPPOSITES 20C-3 1 3 p r s l 2 p r f 4 u g l 5 2 h e t a v y 4 5 9 o p e t 10 n 8 6 f v 13 7 l o 11 w c l o s e d l 3 s o f t y 6 s h t r a i g h t h a r e a s 12 y u n d e 16 t a m 7 t h v e r i c k 14 15 y h o o t 12 t 9 a f 10 8 o r t h i g h i u n l l 11 g o l d o d l i g h t h a r 14 d e 13 r o u g 17 h o c c l r o o l d k 15 18 e d s m o o t h m p t 16 o f t o u n g o s e 17 y b a d OPPOSITES TEST-1 1 2 OPPOSITES TEST-2 1 3 o p 4 5 v e r 3 f g h 8 2 4 c o l p e n 5 o u g l d 6 6 9 r o 7 u l c 7 l o o s e n d 8 o l p r e 12 h o t v e c r o o l o 11 s e d 10 9 s l o w 10 s c r o 13 11 h o t b a h i 15 16 m s o o 14 h i a r d f t 12 s t a i g h t t 14 a r d l i g g h 15 13 t h i 16 c k e s t h 18 r a t c o k e l d y o u g l n g 17 t e a l v y h i n l b a g h 19 20 a 17 h d e m p r e 23 l l o 21 w t y 18 u n d 19 e r y 20 f u l o 22 h e a v y r m p 21 u n g n d f a s t t s m o o 23 t y h 24 25 o 22 u g o l y f t a 26 s t 24 l i 27 25 26 g o h h t h i c k n s l h o d r t h o d t o w 1-14 .

UNIT 2 OUTER SPACE 2-1 .

Several satellites are in orbit around the earth. 11. A bright heavenly body seen as a point of light in the sky is called a star. Tens of thousands of craters are scattered over the moon’s surface. 29. 10. 19. A space station orbits in space and astronauts live there. 14. 28. 24. 23. 6. 20. The tail of a comet can be long and bright. A sunspot is a dark spot that appears on the sun from time to time. 2-2 . A solar eclipse is when the moon comes between the sun and the earth. 9. 16. The Big Dipper is a constellation. The rocket blast off right on time. 22. the sun. heat and energy for the solar system. The solar system is the sun and all the heavenly bodies around it. 27. and the stars together. 12. Earth is the name of the planet on which we live. Atmosphere is the gaseous envelope that surrounds the earth. Gravity is the force that holds the earth. The ozone layer is one part of earth’s atmosphere. A meteorite is the part of a meteor that lands on the earth’s surface.OUTER SPACE 1. 5. The light of the moon is reflected sunlight. 13. 15. 30. The sun provides light. 26. The rings around the planet Jupiter are formed by gases. A meteor is commonly called a shooting star. A telescope makes far away objects appear nearer and larger. A spacesuit is what an astronaut wears for a spacewalk. The Milky Way is a bright band of billions of stars seen across the sky. Something that revolves around a heavenly body is called a satellite. 4. 3. 2. 7. An astronaut is trained to make rocket flights in outer space. 25. 8. A heavenly body that revolves around the sun is called a planet. An asteroid is a very small planet. The space shuttle takes astronauts to and from a space station. The big bang is a theory of how life started on our planet. 17. An astronomer is a person who studies the stars and planets. A huge group of stars is called a galaxy. 21. 18.

2-3 1) galaxy 2) planet 3) big bang 4) space shuttle 5) earth 6) orbit 7) meteor 8) astronomer 9) rocket 10) solar system 11) astronaut 12) satellite 13) eclipse 14) telescope 15) gravity 16) asteroid 17) crater 18) sun 19) Milky Way 20) atmosphere 21) moon 22) space station 23) rings 24) tail 25) spacesuit 26) ozone 27) sunspot 28) constellation 29) star 30) meteorite .

OUTER SPACE 10A-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D3 solar system Milky Way D2 A5 eclipse atmosphere A3 A9 telescope sun D7 D8 asteroid space station A1 D4 crater meteor 2-4 D6 .

OUTER SPACE 10A-2 1 2 3 4 8 5 6 7 9 10 D1 satellite big bang D3 A8 sunspot astronomer A2 D7 orbit meteorite D5 A9 spacesuit gravity A10 A6 planet star 2-5 D4 .

OUTER SPACE 10A-3

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astronaut rocket

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tail moon

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rings constellation

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galaxy ozone

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earth space shuttle
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OUTER SPACE 15B-1

CHECKLIST:
___ atmosphere ___ constellation

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___ planet ___ orbit
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___ spacesuit
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___ crater ___ gravity ___ space station ___ earth

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OUTER SPACE 15B-2
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___ sun ___ galaxy
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___ asteroid ___ rocket ___ ozone ___ astronaut ___ Milky Way ___ tail ___ moon
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OUTER SPACE 20C-1 CHECKLIST: 3 1 2 4 5 7 9 8 6 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ rocket crater eclipse rings space shuttle meteor gravity astronomer moon star orbit earth spacesuit asteroid satellite ozone planet tail sunspot galaxy A5 A9 D17 D3 A10 D14 A13 D9 D12 A16 A8 A15 A18 D7 D2 A4 D6 A11 2-9 D8 A1 .

OUTER SPACE 20C-2 1 4 5 2 3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ space station moon constellation Milky Way tail atmosphere planet rocket gravity galaxy earth meteorite telescope sun astronomer satellite astronaut ozone big bang solar system 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 A11 D2 A15 D13 A19 D10 A4 D8 A18 A6 A16 D4 D12 A9 D5 D3 A7 D1 2-10 D17 A14 .

OUTER SPACE 20C-3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ sunspot constellation space shuttle orbit astronaut crater star eclipse solar system spacesuit meteorite meteor big bang Milky Way sun space station telescope rings asteroid atmosphere 8 9 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 13 16 17 18 A17 A15 A4 D8 A2 A18 A12 D13 D2 D6 A11 D9 D14 D1 A13 D3 A16 D5 2-11 D10 D7 .

OUTER SPACE TEST-1 1 4 5 6 7 2 3 A28 D18 8 9 10 A13 11 12 14 16 17 19 18 20 13 15 A14 A22 A16 21 22 23 24 26 27 28 25 A24 A27 A2 D4 D2 A9 D1 A26 D9 D25 A5 D3 D17 D15 D7 A11 A6 A21 A19 A10 A8 A23 2-12 D12 A20 .

OUTER SPACE TEST-2 1 3 4 5 6 9 10 7 8 11 2 A23 A27 12 13 15 16 17 14 D5 D22 D15 18 19 20 23 21 22 A28 D25 24 26 27 25 A26 28 A1 A11 D4 D16 D6 D24 A13 D20 D14 D2 A9 D10 D18 D8 A3 D7 D12 A19 A16 D17 2-13 A21 A12 .

ANSWER KEY OUTER SPACE 10A-1 1 OUTER SPACE 10A-2 1 t 2 e c l e s c o p e b i 3 2 m e t e o r i l i p 5 k y w a y 4 4 8 g r a 5 v i t y 3 a s t r o u n 7 s o l a r n s p a c e s l b a n g n m e t e t 6 s t a r p o t s e p 6 a t c e 7 s u n t 8 a s t e r o i d t i m o s p h e r e 9 o r i r b i t n o m s y s t u i t 10 s a t e e l l i t e r 9 c r a t e m r OUTER SPACE 15B-2 1 OUTER SPACE 10A-3 1 2 3 OUTER SPACE 15B-1 1 4 2 7 r o c z o 3 2 n e s p 5 a c o e s h u t 6 t l e a g a l a x y u t a i l m e t e o r l 3 t e a r t h s 4 k m i o o n c o n o p e 4 5 6 7 e s p a s t e r o i d c e c l i p s 9 r o c k e t i n s t e l l a t i 9 g s a s t r t h o n s o l a r h u t t l k y e 5 6 u s t e l l 10 p a c r 7 e s u i t 8 n s a t t m o s p h 9 e r i e p o t w 8 g s y 10 a y l a x y e s t r o n o 12 o m e r b n g s 12 e a s a t 8 11 m o o n n e 14 s t a t r o n a e l l i t a i l e 11 o n z b i o g b a n g r 13 i s t a r m e t e o r i t e m 13 p l a n e t a v i s u t n 15 s p a c e s t y a t i o n OUTER SPACE 20C-1 1 OUTER SPACE 20C-3 1 s p 2 a s t c e s h u 4 3 OUTER SPACE 20C-2 2 1 4 c 3 t t l e m i l k y e 5 a r i l 7 9 c o n s t e l l a r 2 a s t e r o i d t m o n 4 s p h e 5 r e 3 b i g t e g r a v m o l a r i n 9 6 n g s 6 t e 5 s t e l l a s p a c e y 7 s p a c t e t e o r m 8 g r o n o m e a v i t y s u n s p o e l e s c p l a i t 8 m e t e o o o n e c l i 10 9 s p a t e l b 6 i s t r o n a u t y a l a x y 8 a s t a r o n a u t g s a n 8 10 e 12 m e e a c r t h n e w a y o p e 11 7 g 11 11 c r 12 a s t e r t e s u i t 17 r t 13 14 s t i o s h u t t l e s t a t i u n s p s e o t e o r r o z c k e t s a t 10 9 t i a i 12 l 13 o z 13 15 o n e r b i t s p a t 16 u n s o n l a t r s y s t 15 e l m o n 14 b i g t 13 i t e u o o n 17 15 14 o n r b o 16 m o p l i a n e c t e s l e s c o p e n e c l i d p 18 s t e 16 s p a c e a r s t e a t i o b 17 g a r l a x y p h e r 19 18 u 18 c l k y w a y r a n g t e r m i t a s t h r o n o m e r OUTER SPACE TEST-1 1 2 r o c k e t OUTER SPACE TEST-2 1 2 3 a 4 5 s p p a 6 c 7 e s u i t a 3 c b i g b 7 10 r a t e e r 5 g a l 8 s n e t r c o n n s t a n 4 g a 8 p l a c e 10 a s p t e r o i l d 6 9 l m i l k y 12 g r t a v i o t 14 s o l n s p a c 13 m e t e o l l l a x y t e 11 a x 9 l l a c t i o n c t o n s c o r m e i l 11 k 12 y w a u y s h a t e 13 l l i t e a r s a u n 15 s p e t e o r r o r b i c k e t 14 u e a 18 s h t t a 16 r 15 e s n e y s n g t e 19 a r i t h w 16 y r i r t t s t c e l l i t a s t e r a t 20 o z o l 17 17 s h u t t e s p a c p a y t a s t t i o n g s a s t m e t r l e b 19 i t a t m o 21 p h i o g b a r 18 r 21 r 22 e c r o n a t e o r 22 n s g 24 20 m e t l e e o r b i r e 23 o i d o n o m z o c k e t n e c l i p s e s u u n 25 e r p e r a v 25 i t y s 24 23 t 26 e l e s c o m t 26 i 27 m m o o s p h e r s 28 u n s u p o t e m p l a i n e t 28 a t e r e c l i p s e 27 r i n g s m o o n l a s t r o n a u t 2-14 .

UNIT 3 SAFETY 3-1 .

Too many plugs in an outlet is a fire hazard. 20. 2. 7. Wearing safety glasses protects your eyes. You use a fire extinguisher to put out a fire. My mother said I should be careful when I play at the park. 23.SAFETY 1. When I went out in the sun I put on sunscreen to protect my skin. 11. 22. 29. 25. When I was in a car accident the airbag in my car saved my life. 17. I took a first aid course. 5. 10. We built a fence so our children would be safe in our yard. 21. 13. I learned how to put an arm in a sling. 16. 28. You should always stop at the curb before you cross a street. 15. The job of the police is to catch criminals. When you are riding a bike you should signal your turns and stops. To be a lifeguard you have to be an excellent swimmer. It is a good idea to lock things so they do not get stolen. In many places it is against the law not to wear your seatbelt. The crossing guard helped the students cross the street safely. My safety boots have steel toes. and three other reflectors. 4. 8. 9. 26. You should always wear a life jacket when you are in a boat. you should get out of the building. 24. Labels on prescription bottles tell you how to use the medecine inside. 12. 6. You should keep a working flashlight in the house. 3-2 . 19. We change the batteries in our smoke detector regularly. You should look both ways before you cross the street. You should be careful not to listen to music played too loudly. 3. 27. You should wear a helmet when you ride a bicycle. 18. There are traffic lights at busy intersections. If you hear the fire alarm. I put a horn on my bike so I could let people know I was in the area. 30. At night you should park your car near a light. A construction worker wears a hard hat. Children should never accept anything from a stranger. 14. My bike has a reflector on the front wheel.

3-3 1) helmet 2) extinguisher 3) fire alarm 4) life jacket 5) labels 6) glasses 7) traffic lights 8) lifeguard 9) sunscreen 10) boots 11) listen 12) police 13) seatbelt 14) hard hat 15) lock 16) first aid 17) stop 18) airbag 19) signal 20) light 21) smoke detector 22) park 23) stranger 24) fence 25) flashlight 26) crossing guard 27) look 28) hazard 29) reflector 30) horn .

SAFETY 10A-1 1 3 4 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 A9 extinguisher crossing guard D7 D4 hazard stop A6 D2 police lock D5 D1 stranger seatbelt A8 A10 flashlight hard hat 3-4 A3 .

SAFETY 10A-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A9 reflector life jacket D1 D4 helmet glasses D8 D6 signal sunscreen A3 A7 traffic lights first aid D5 D2 smoke detector horn 3-5 A10 .

SAFETY 10A-3 1 2 3 4 6 7 5 8 9 D3 light boots D1 D6 look fence A7 A3 labels fire alarm D9 D5 airbag listen D4 D2 park lifeguard 3-6 A8 .

SAFETY 15B-1 1 3 2 4 CHECKLIST: ___ traffic lights ___ seatbelt 6 5 ___ sunscreen ___ first aid ___ flashlight ___ helmet ___ lifeguard 7 8 9 10 11 12 ___ extinguisher ___ police ___ labels ___ fire alarm ___ hazard ___ reflector 13 14 ___ stranger ___ stop A5 D2 D10 D4 A13 A12 D6 A9 A3 D7 A14 D3 A8 3-7 D11 D1 .

SAFETY 15B-2 1 2 CHECKLIST: ___ light ___ listen 3 4 5 ___ life jacket ___ smoke detector ___ lock ___ airbag ___ signal ___ glasses ___ crossing guard 9 10 6 7 8 ___ park ___ hard hat ___ look ___ fence ___ horn ___ boots 11 13 14 12 A13 D3 A8 D6 A4 A7 D11 D4 D12 D2 A14 D5 A1 3-8 D10 A9 .

SAFETY 20C-1 1 3 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ hazard glasses stranger flashlight horn traffic lights boots lifeguard crossing guard park airbag stop extinguisher fence signal police sunscreen labels hard hat seatbelt 4 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 10 11 15 16 18 17 19 A13 D12 A18 D10 D2 D16 A1 D5 D14 A9 A19 D6 D11 A4 D7 A8 D17 D3 3-9 D15 A17 .

SAFETY 20C-2 1 3 4 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ smoke detector seatbelt fire alarm lifeguard life jacket sunscreen extinguisher hard hat police helmet reflector look lock first aid light stop listen hazard stranger flashlight 5 6 8 10 7 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 D6 A5 A17 D12 A10 A18 D2 D8 D15 D1 A11 D4 D16 A3 D11 D9 A19 D13 3-10 D7 A14 .

SAFETY 20C-3 1 3 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ park horn crossing guard reflector glasses lock first aid signal fence listen life jacket light fire alarm smoke detector helmet airbag look traffic lights boots labels 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 12 8 13 14 15 16 17 18 A14 A17 A4 D5 A11 D11 D1 D10 A15 D7 A8 D13 D9 A18 D2 D6 A9 A16 3-11 D12 A3 .

SAFETY TEST-1 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 4 D8 D11 10 11 12 14 15 13 16 17 18 19 20 21 D2 A26 A24 22 A6 23 24 25 D21 26 27 28 D12 A1 D16 A13 A10 D18 D7 D22 D25 D13 A17 A15 D20 D5 A8 D14 D23 A27 D3 D4 A28 3-12 A19 A9 .

SAFETY TEST-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 8 A15 A27 11 12 13 A28 14 D16 15 17 18 16 A11 D19 19 21 20 22 A22 23 26 27 28 24 25 D12 A18 A17 D24 A21 A20 A26 D18 D2 D8 A5 A7 D9 D23 D3 D6 A1 D21 D13 A25 D4 3-13 A14 A10 .

ANSWER KEY 3 SAFETY 10A-1 1 2 SAFETY 10A-2 c 1 s e x t o p i n g u i 4 t 5 s t r a n g h e r o 6 r t b e 7 2 s h e a z a r d l t a 3 m i r 4 s s i n g f f i s i g n t a i d 5 o s u n k e o c k 8 c p o l i c e r 6 a l 7 r i f e f l j a s c r e e n k d e t e c t o r t l g u 9 i g s h l i g h t 8 9 f l a r h e h t o r n e c 10 SAFETY 10A-3 1 2 h a r d h a t 10 g l m a s s e s t o r f i 3 4 5 p a d 6 SAFETY 15B-1 1 2 e t SAFETY 15B-2 1 2 l i g h t i f e n c e e g u a r e b a i 7 r o k 3 t f i r s t i r a f f i c a e h a z a r d l a 4 g m 3 6 l a s m s e s l o o t r e a 8 r 9 5 h t 4 o c k e e t f l l a s h 7 l i g h e l i i 5 f e j a r d l a r m a b a g e l i s t e n s e n c e e c t 8 l l m e t 7 6 s c r h o s r t e n a b l i c e l 9 d h a t e t e c i d l i g h 11 p o r s t o p 10 s 8 l i l i n g g h t 9 t 10 t 12 s e a t r a 13 b o r o t s i g s b e l t f e g g 11 n 12 SAFETY 20C-1 1 3 s u n g 14 s c r e e n u a u 13 p i r b a r k g a 14 l o o c k k a r l l a b 2 e l s r x t i n g u i s h e r d e x t d h a 5 4 c r d o s t r s i n g u i s 13 n g g u 6 SAFETY 20C-2 r d 7 8 SAFETY 20C-3 h a z c k e 2 1 2 a i r b p o l o t s 11 3 1 s t o t 3 h e 4 b l i 4 f i e j r a f f f l e c t o r r 5 h a t a n g e r 9 12 f l a g s 10 h o r l i c e 15 g h t 5 f i r e s t a r d i d 7 p 6 9 l i s t e n a i r p a r k r a f 6 h e r a z r d 14 l i 8 p o s u n s t e c r e t o 12 9 b o i 7 8 s n l i f e 17 h a r d 11 a s h l a r s t r a n g 17 13 14 c k e l i g h d f e n c e 15 l t e 10 a b a e l s u n s c f i c 10 f l i g h t l i c s i g m o t s c r t o 12 r 11 e g u l g l a r s s e s t j a c k e r k 18 i g h t o s s f i n g i f e a 13 m o k e d e r n a 14 16 f r a t b e e n s l s t i g u a r d n a l i g h t s a r d h a t e f t l e c 15 f i 18 s e n c l o c k t s d o p l i h e 16 l m e n r e l 19 g l a s s e s x t e n 19 l i o c o k 17 e r i n g u s h e r 18 t l o r g u p a r d 4 a 16 g h s e a t b e l t l o o k t a r SAFETY TEST-1 1 2 3 4 SAFETY TEST-2 1 h 5 e 6 l m e t l 6 7 a 8 b e l s u a i 9 5 l h o r 13 s m o k 7 2 e x d e 3 t e c 8 t o r e p a i r b r k i t s 9 r o p a f f i c h e 11 s i g n 12 a l o s m t 15 t r a n s g e r b a g b o s t i f l i f e c t o 14 t c e n 16 g l i s 12 10 11 10 r e x t i n g u i s h e r f l i f e e c k o k r 14 c s t o r b e e 17 f l a s e n t e n g l g u a g r 13 d a s f i r e 17 m e t s e a l t u i s h e 15 f l c r s e s d j a c k e t 23 p 20 n 18 l l i f e g u i g h l t 21 l i l i g h t 19 20 h a r d h a s t 16 e 19 o g h e l m e t s s i n t e c t p o l 26 r a f i r e f c 22 l i g h t 18 h s i g n a l i g e r g h e t s e a t h a l a z a r d h a r h t 25 u t r a n s l s 21 o r 24 g f i r m s t a b e i d 22 b e l h a l z a r r d l t g u a r d e n c e p o 25 l i c r o h 27 23 f i c r s t a r i d p o r k l l o t s 27 24 h o l i f e e j a c k e t 26 a t b o o 28 g l a s s e s m 3-14 c r n o s s i n g g u a r d 28 l o c k .

UNIT 4 SEA CREATURES 4-1 .

15. A turtle is a reptile. Over 350 species of coral have been found in the Great Barrier Reef. lined with cuplike suckers. clam. A scallop has an ax-shaped foot which it uses to burrow into the sand. The ray we saw was a stingray. 22.SEA CREATURES 1. 4. 27. snakelike fish. with coarse ridges. 10. The sea horse has a head and neck shaped like a horse. 16. Conch shells are very beautiful. 6. 11. 9. and it never stops moving. The oyster shell is usually oval in shape. 26. A barnacle likes to attach itself to rocks. Plankton is the microscopic plant and animal life in the ocean. A sand dollar is flat and round. A giant squid can attain a length of 50 feet (17 meters). 14. 29. and covered with furry spines. A lobster can live to be over 100 years old. 12. It has a protective shell. 2. 21. You will only find a walrus in the Arctic seas. 7. A shark never sleeps. 13. Mussel shells are used to make buttons. crab. 17. and even octopus. 4-2 . 18. A starfish is not a fish. 19. 25. A penguin has a thick coat of fat to protect it against cold weather. 24. Most crabs live on or near the bottom of the sea. 5. not a manta ray. 23. An eel is a long. shrimp. A sponge filters the water that passes through its body. 8. A fish has a backbone. not a fish. A starfish does not. ship bottoms and whales. 30. A seal likes to eat fish. slender crustaceans. 28. A dolphin is a mammal. An octopus has eight long arms. and its body is like jelly. snail. 3. 20. Sardine is the name given to various edible small fishes. Tuna is regarded as one of the most important food fishes. The blue whale is the largest animal on the planet. A barracuda is one of the fiercest fish in the sea. Shrimp are long. Crushed clam shells are used to build roads in many coastal regions. A jellyfish has no skeleton.

4-3

1) jellyfish

2) conch

3) octopus

4) walrus

5) barracuda

6) scallop

7) seal

8) dolphin

9) shrimp

10) starfish

11) turtle

12) sea horse

13) barnacle

14) plankton

15) mussel

16) clam

17) eel

18) sardine

19) penguin

20) whale

21) tuna

22) squid

23) sand dollar

24) ray

25) sponge

26) lobster

27) shark

28) coral

29) oyster

30) crab

SEA CREATURES 10A-1
1

2

3 4

5 6 7

8

9

D3

barnacle mussel

A4

A6

sand dollar turtle

D4

D5

walrus dolphin

A7

A9

tuna jellyfish

D1

A2

scallop lobster
4-4

A8

SEA CREATURES 10A-2

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

D1

crab eel

D6

D4

penguin octopus

A4

A2

starfish oyster

A8

D2

whale plankton

A5

D3

sponge sea horse
4-5

D7

SEA CREATURES 10A-3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 D1 ray coral D3 A7 squid seal D2 A2 clam conch D4 A5 shark sardine A3 D6 barracuda shrimp 4-6 A6 .

SEA CREATURES 15B-1 1 CHECKLIST: ___ crab ___ turtle ___ shark 2 3 4 ___ ray 6 5 ___ shrimp ___ clam ___ jellyfish ___ squid 7 8 9 ___ tuna ___ mussel ___ barracuda ___ sea horse ___ starfish ___ seal ___ coral 10 11 12 A10 D5 A12 D8 A3 A5 A1 D9 A11 D4 D1 A7 D11 4-7 A2 D6 .

SEA CREATURES 15B-2 CHECKLIST: ___ octopus ___ plankton 3 4 1 2 ___ eel ___ barnacle ___ conch ___ dolphin ___ sponge ___ scallop ___ whale ___ walrus ___ sardine ___ sand dollar ___ oyster ___ penguin ___ lobster 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 D5 D1 A12 D3 D4 D10 A2 D11 D8 A6 A8 D9 D7 4-8 D14 A13 .

SEA CREATURES 20C-1 1 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ barracuda sponge conch tuna jellyfish mussel penguin lobster squid eel crab sardine octopus clam sea horse coral shrimp sand dollar barnacle scallop 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 11 16 17 A6 D4 A8 D7 A3 A17 D9 A1 D3 A13 D11 A10 A15 D14 D8 A12 D6 D16 4-9 A5 D2 .

SEA CREATURES 20C-2 1 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ walrus eel turtle scallop octopus sponge starfish shark barnacle oyster coral seal sand dollar mussel sardine dolphin ray plankton whale shrimp 3 4 5 7 8 9 6 10 11 13 14 12 15 16 17 18 D1 A7 D12 D4 A10 A16 D13 A18 D3 A6 D10 D6 A2 D11 A17 D5 A8 A14 4-10 A15 D9 .

SEA CREATURES 20C-3 1 2 3 4 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ barracuda ray jellyfish lobster turtle penguin crab conch tuna plankton squid sea horse shark whale seal clam starfish oyster dolphin walrus 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 13 16 17 18 A5 D8 A9 A11 A3 D4 D1 D12 D13 A16 A8 A14 A2 D3 A10 A15 D7 D17 4-11 A6 A18 .

SEA CREATURES TEST-1 1 2 6 8 7 9 10 11 12 3 4 5 A14 A12 13 14 15 A27 A1 16 17 18 19 22 23 20 21 D4 A23 A28 24 27 25 26 D2 28 D26 D21 A13 D7 D18 A20 A8 A25 A6 A24 D22 D15 D19 A17 D20 D1 A3 D5 A9 D16 4-12 D10 D11 .

SEA CREATURES TEST-2 1 3 4 6 7 2 5 A8 D7 8 9 A19 10 12 13 14 16 17 18 19 20 22 24 25 23 21 15 11 D16 A18 A14 A24 26 28 29 27 D21 A12 A29 D1 A27 A26 D17 A3 D9 D28 A6 A11 D10 D22 D6 D23 D2 D25 D5 D20 D4 4-13 D13 D15 .

ANSWER KEY SEA CREATURES 10A-1 SEA CREATURES 10A-2 1 SEA CREATURES 10A-3 3 1 m u 2 4 1 2 w h h 3 s p n k t o n g e t a r f i s e h 2 b a s 3 j e l l y f i s s e p e n r 5 5 6 7 l a l e n a c l a m o n c h r r i m p 4 h a r k 6 w l a l r 7 4 h o r s e a 5 r o r a y l s c a a n d d o l g o c r a b t o y s t 8 c u d p u i n s b a r n a c 6 l l 8 o b s t e r t u s n s q e a l d o p l p h i n e r e l 7 u i s a r d i n e 9 t u r t l e e SEA CREATURES 20C-1 1 2 SEA CREATURES 15B-1 1 SEA CREATURES 15B-2 1 o 3 c t o p u s h t u n a d o l c t o 6 3 u 2 2 s u s 4 e a h o r i 5 s e 4 p l b a r t r a c u d 4 a 5 a r 6 p e n l p e n g u i n 10 3 w a p h i d i 10 9 b a n k r n a 7 m p u 7 s s c o n c h l j e l e l y f 5 i s e h 6 s p o n g q u 8 i d i 9 b d d o l l a r n 11 g r u i n b l a r r a c 17 16 l h 8 s h a r k t a r f i s e s c a a n e s a n d a r u s 12 n e e t o n 11 o b h o r 7 8 a l 9 w h l l j e l 13 l l y f 14 i s h s t 15 a 12 c l e m s c a l l l o b p s e h r a y i m u p c o p n c r a b h e r e d 13 10 o l l a y 14 c s t e r s t e r s s e q u i d o r n a l p o n g e t u d a 11 c r l a m r 12 c o r a b l SEA CREATURES 20C-3 1 SEA CREATURES 20C-2 1 c 2 r a b a y 4 b 2 3 t l l o p u r 5 3 u n s t a s c a r n a l o b 7 s t l e r 8 r f t u l a r t l e 12 9 9 6 4 c 5 6 c o a y 8 o y s h t e r s e q u i s h d o 7 s e h a l 11 a n d d o l e r a l b a r k r r a c u d 10 a s t e r k o c w h o a l e 12 13 14 10 w h a l a l r 14 u s t m u t o h r i m p u s 11 13 w a l 15 r s u s c p l a n k t o a m d n k t 17 p l a r o l n 15 o n g u i 17 c s s p e n c 16 e e l f i 18 s p h o n g e l 16 j e l l y f i s e a h s a r d i n n e 18 h d o l p h i n SEA CREATURES TEST-1 1 SEA CREATURES TEST-2 1 2 p l 6 e n g u i n 2 b b 7 3 p n 4 c 4 o y n 5 3 c o h 10 s a r d o l p h i n d o l a n k l a 7 r 6 5 w a l r u s l b a n k t o n r r a c u d a 8 s a y h a h o r k s s c o a r a l 10 9 e r n 9 s t e r h r a l i m u s s p 11 r w h a a c u d a a r f i s c a 11 12 8 s e a c l s t o n h d i n 13 e l e l e 14 15 j e l l 16 y f i 17 s c h t 12 l s 13 o b s t 15 e r m u r s e l 14 s p o 19 22 20 s a l r d i n 18 e 16 q u i d o p c 18 t o p e u s c r 17 t t l a 20 l d d o p l 21 c 19 u r n a c l s p 22 o n g g e 21 w a s t a n g e l a r a b 26 b a b e s t o b s o n c 26 24 o y s t e u f i n 27 23 w h a h r i a m p 23 t u n r t l r e a r f j 25 e e l l s 24 c l a m u 27 25 o c t e r o p u s e s h a r 29 k 28 l r c l e s q u i s d a l s e a y h o r s e 28 d o l p h i n 4-14 .

UNIT 5 TAKING A TRIP 5-1 .

We used the guidebook to find interesting sites. When I travel between countries I always bring my passport. 22. The trunk of our car was full. 26. 5. I looked at the clock and I knew I had made it to the station on time. 15. 4. My suitcase was heavy because I packed so much into it. The driver drove carefully. We drove our car from the east coast to the west coast. 10. The plane flew through the clouds. I watched a coin operated television at the bus station. 9. When you have more than one suitcase. The ticket agent is the person who sells the tickets. 7. 3. 30. 28. The ticket counter is where you go to buy tickets. We saw a beautiful fountain on the tour we took. I was a passenger on train number 47. 8. 17. 19. 13. A pilot flies a plane. The train station was crowded when I got there. 29. I bought my ticket and now I am ready to go. 11. 21. 2. The captain is the boss of the ship. 12. 25. The train blew its whistle as it pulled out of the station. I spent one hour in the waiting room before my flight departed. My flight left the airport at three o’clock. Tourists usually have cameras with them. 16.TAKING A TRIP 1. you have luggage. We spent the night at a motel just off the highway. 27. I was looking forward to getting to our hotel. We went on a cruise on a huge ship. 20. 14. 5-2 . 24. I went to the information booth to get some questions answered. 18. 6. the agents searched my bags. 23. The bus I rode on was comfortable. At customs. I checked the map to make sure we were going in the right direction. I checked the schedule to make sure when my bus was leaving.

5-3 1) clock 2) ship 3) map 4) suitcase 5) bus 6) motel 7) airport 8) ticket counter 9) tour 10) hotel 11) trunk 12) guidebook 13) train station 14) pilot 15) car 16) tourists 17) captain 18) waiting room 19) schedule 20) driver 21) information booth 22) passport 23) train 24) customs 25) plane 26) passenger 27) ticket agent 28) bus station 29) ticket 30) luggage .

TAKING A TRIP 10A-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 D3 pilot guidebook A7 A8 ticket counter luggage D1 D5 map waiting room D6 D9 passport motel A2 A10 tourists train 5-4 D4 .

TAKING A TRIP 10A-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A7 car ticket A5 D4 train station passenger D1 A2 trunk ship D3 D2 information booth schedule bus D8 A9 suitcase 5-5 A6 .

TAKING A TRIP 10A-3 1 2 3 6 4 5 7 8 9 D5 ticket agent clock A8 A4 plane captain D2 A9 bus station hotel A1 D6 driver customs D3 A7 tour airport 5-6 A6 .

TAKING A TRIP 15B-1 1 2 3 CHECKLIST: ___ bus ___ passenger ___ clock ___ guidebook 6 4 5 7 ___ information booth ___ trunk ___ ticket counter 8 9 10 11 ___ pilot ___ airport ___ train station ___ tour 12 13 14 ___ suitcase ___ hotel ___ car ___ captain D2 A4 D5 D10 A13 A8 D14 D12 A1 A7 D7 A6 D11 5-7 A9 D3 .

TAKING A TRIP 15B-2 CHECKLIST: ___ map 1 2 ___ schedule ___ waiting room ___ train 5 3 4 ___ bus station 7 6 ___ ticket agent ___ customs ___ ship ___ passport ___ motel ___ luggage ___ ticket ___ tourists ___ driver ___ plane 8 9 10 11 12 13 A6 D5 A12 D4 A11 D10 D1 A2 D9 A4 D3 A8 D7 5-8 A10 A13 .

TAKING A TRIP 20C-1 1 2 3 4 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ train station luggage map captain tour ticket agent ship waiting room ticket bus station hotel airport clock schedule guidebook plane pilot passport car customs 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 17 19 20 A18 A4 D12 A10 A20 D15 D3 A9 D11 A16 A8 D17 D2 A1 D7 D6 A13 A19 5-9 D14 A5 .

TAKING A TRIP 20C-2 1 2 3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ship trunk driver hotel tourists map train station tour captain ticket counter customs information booth 4 6 7 8 9 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 motel passenger suitcase ticket agent train plane schedule bus A17 D5 A11 D6 A10 A9 D13 A1 A15 D14 D16 D2 A18 D3 A6 A12 A7 D8 5-10 A14 D4 .

TAKING A TRIP 20C-3 1 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ trunk suitcase passport bus station car ticket counter luggage waiting room information booth 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 9 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 clock airport driver pilot guidebook passenger motel tourists bus ticket train A11 D9 A15 D3 A8 A17 A6 D2 A19 A13 D18 A20 D14 A4 D5 A10 D7 A12 5-11 D1 A16 .

TAKING A TRIP TEST-1 1 3 4 5 6 2 7 A8 8 9 D6 10 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 13 14 A16 D15 D7 D17 24 26 27 28 29 25 D19 D1 A28 D5 A29 A4 A9 A24 A20 A10 D21 A11 D2 A26 A12 D3 D25 A25 D14 D27 D23 A18 5-12 D22 D13 .

TAKING A TRIP TEST-2 1 4 5 2 3 6 7 8 9 10 A14 D17 11 12 D2 13 14 15 16 A20 17 20 18 19 A4 21 22 23 A25 24 25 A10 27 D22 26 28 D6 A23 D16 A26 A11 D19 D11 A12 D1 D3 D18 D9 A19 D13 D5 A21 A27 A28 A24 D7 5-13 A15 A8 .

ANSWER KEY TAKING A TRIP 10A-1 1 TAKING A TRIP 10A-2 TAKING A TRIP 10A-3 1 2 l t i c i 3 4 5 6 p a s t i o n 1 b u s 3 s 2 t i a t i 5 o n u g g 2 r a 3 i n 4 s c h e d u t n f o r m 6 h o t e l c 4 c k e t u s t o m s 5 s e n g e r h i p 6 c a p t a i n l o u 7 w a g e t i i n 7 g u r o o m o p a k e t s t c d r i v e r c k e t p i d e b o l o t 8 t o u r i s s p o r t e l a t i o n 7 r l e 8 a g e i r p o r t 9 p l a n t e c o u n 10 9 o k b o o u s 8 m a p i n 9 t t r r s u n k i e r t h c a s e TAKING A TRIP 15B-1 1 t 2 i c k e 3 t c o u n t e r TAKING A TRIP 15B-2 1 2 TAKING A TRIP 20C-1 1 n f o r m 7 4 r a g u i n d e 5 b u s g g a g e c 2 l o c k 3 4 b u o o k 4 l 3 u g c b u s s t o m s s c h e d u l e 10 8 6 6 s u i t c a s e t i i k e t s t w a t a g e n t 5 5 g w a g e i 6 c a r a p t a t i o n i n 8 s t p a t 9 t i n g s t 8 r o o m 7 c s s 10 d r i o o 7 r a i n 9 e n g 11 e r k e i t i n g m o t e l 10 p i l n c a t p t a a i o r p i l o t o r t t s h i o p 9 v c u s 11 r u n k e r g u i o n d e b o t o k b o o t 13 n p a s s p l a n e s p a 11 s s p o r t a 13 12 t r a i n h i s c 12 c l o 12 t i i k e 14 t 15 a i r g e 17 n t h o 14 t e m s a p 13 p 16 h t e d u l e l o u r 19 o u r o c k t o r t u r i s t h o n m a p n e 18 p o l c a r 20 t i c k e t TAKING A TRIP 20C-2 1 2 3 TAKING A TRIP 20C-3 1 t i n f o c k e t c o u n t r e r 4 5 i 2 t n 3 4 o u k r i s s s 9 a 6 p t c a s s s e 9 p l m a n d u l e p 6 5 b u s i d e b o f o r r o o m 8 s h i p u i n 10 7 d r m a 11 i v e r 8 g t i p a s s e n i 7 w t i i n g s 11 m p a t i 13 c r u n k k e t e l 13 s t a t c h e n g e p i l o r t s 14 t i 12 10 c k e t a r t r u n k a 12 m o n 15 t c a a g e n s t s 14 t i r a i n o n m o t t e l i o n t o u r r a i n g e r 17 u g 15 c l o n 18 c k 16 b o o 17 u s 16 p t c o s u n t e 19 b o u s g a g e c a r i n i t c a i s e o t t h o u s t d r p o r 20 i v e r h 18 h o m s t e l r t i c k e t TAKING A TRIP TEST-1 1 3 TAKING A TRIP TEST-2 1 7 h o t e u n t e 2 t p a s s e s c h e d u 8 4 t 5 i c k e 6 a i n f 9 2 h o t e l n b 3 m o t e l o 6 t i c r u n 4 o r m a 5 t i i t i h 7 n f c l o r m u g g a t i o 17 15 r 8 t c c k k e 10 9 p o r t i l o t c k e c k e 12 10 r m a i r u n k 16 p l a n e k u g g a 11 p t r a i n 13 s t a t i 14 o n g 11 s u i 14 t c a s e t l g e 12 h i p 17 e w a g e n i t i n 16 g u r o o m o e r 13 t g e p a s s 20 p a g e s s p o 18 r t 15 c a r 19 c c r a i o t u o m n t e 23 u b u s u s t o m i s t t s u s s t o m s 24 p i d l o t t e l 19 s n s b o o t h 28 18 w i t i n t g r o u r b u i t c a a t i o n 22 e b 23 n 21 t 20 21 p a i s s p o o k 27 r t i o u 25 s t a t i c h e n 24 d u l e 22 c l t o 25 u r h i p c a r p o c k t o u r i s 26 g e r u i d 26 e b o c o k c a p 27 t a t i n b u s e r a a i n n m a p p e t d r i v e r t 29 t i c k e t 28 d r i o v e r c t s o n p l a n e 5-14 .

UNIT 6 IN THE CITY 6-1 .

Litter should always be placed in a trash can. Keep your city clean! 19. 26. 8. 14. The store where I buy my shoes moved to the mall. The subway travels underground. The sign in the drawing indicates a one way street. 21. 29. 9. We had trouble finding our car! 23.m. My father has to be at the bus stop by 6:30 a. 10. The safest place to cross the street is at a crosswalk. 13. 25. 30. The corner is where two streets meet. 2. The safest place to walk is on the sidewalk. I stop. A person who is walking is called a pedestrian. 5. 6. 12. I buy magazines and newspapers at the newsstand. When I’m in a big hurry I take a taxi. 11. The kids on our street open the fire hydrant on hot summer days.IN THE CITY 1. 18. 6-2 . Ad is short for advertisement. 17. 16. My mother works in an office building on Tenth Street. The parking lot at the mall is huge. The flag on our building was flapping in the wind. I dropped some letters into the mailbox. The street sign let me know I had found Maple Street. 28. 22. I put a couple of quarters into the parking meter. The skyline is the outline of a city against the sky. 15. I use my calling card when I make calls from a phone booth. In the city you see ads on billboards. I drive my car to the city every day. to catch the bus. The curb is where the street and the sidewalk meet. A street is a public road in a town or city. If the traffic light turns red. I always park my car near a street light. 3. 7. I bought a hot dog from a street vendor. 27. 4. A skyscraper is a very tall building. 24. It’s easier to take the bus downtown than it is to drive your own car. 20. The traffic is always heavy around our city.

6-3 1) curb 2) street 3) pedestrian 4) sign 5) car 6) traffic light 7) sidewalk 8) skyscraper 9) bus 10) office 11) mailbox 12) newsstand 13) corner 14) street sign 15) parking meter 16) vendor 17) store 18) trash can 19) ad 20) crosswalk 21) taxi 22) parking lot 23) subway 24) phone booth 25) flag 26) bus stop 27) traffic 28) skyline 29) fire hydrant 30) street light .

IN THE CITY 10A-1 1 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 A7 flag crosswalk A9 D8 corner street light D1 A6 store car D4 A5 parking meter vendor D3 D2 skyline phone booth 6-4 A3 .

IN THE CITY 10A-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 D5 pedestrian trash can A7 A9 street ad D3 D6 traffic light office D2 A8 mailbox fire hydrant A3 D4 bus taxi 6-5 D1 .

IN THE CITY 10A-3 1 2 3 5 6 4 7 8 9 A7 newsstand street sign D2 D8 traffic parking lot D5 D1 subway sidewalk A6 A4 curb skyscraper D7 D3 bus stop sign 6-6 A9 .

IN THE CITY 15B-1 CHECKLIST: ___ street light 1 ___ skyline ___ mailbox 6 2 4 7 3 5 8 9 10 ___ parking lot ___ bus stop ___ traffic light ___ flag ___ office 11 12 13 ___ fire hydrant ___ ad ___ street 14 15 ___ curb ___ taxi ___ newsstand ___ crosswalk D1 D8 A15 A10 D4 A11 D2 D5 A12 D6 D3 A9 A7 6-7 D13 A14 .

IN THE CITY 15B-2 CHECKLIST: ___ phone booth 2 3 1 4 ___ vendor ___ traffic ___ subway ___ sign ___ car ___ skyscraper ___ parking meter 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 ___ corner ___ store ___ sidewalk ___ trash can ___ pedestrian ___ street sign ___ bus D12 A13 D6 D1 D10 D3 A3 A5 D11 A9 A7 D8 D2 6-8 A4 D4 .

IN THE CITY 20C-1 1 2 3 6 4 7 5 8 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ newsstand traffic phone booth sign office street light corner skyline subway street trash can crosswalk ad flag parking lot bus stop pedestrian taxi parking meter skyscraper 9 11 10 12 14 15 16 13 17 18 19 D12 D1 A13 D16 D6 D4 A14 D17 A7 A18 A19 D18 A11 A2 D10 D8 A9 D5 6-9 A15 D3 .

IN THE CITY 20C-2 1 3 5 6 7 8 4 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ street sign skyscraper trash can sidewalk taxi traffic light mailbox ad sign bus car vendor store street office street light curb corner parking lot fire hydrant 9 10 13 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 D16 A14 A9 D3 D8 D6 D2 A3 A7 D13 A17 A5 A18 A11 A15 D12 D4 D1 6-10 D10 A8 .

IN THE CITY 20C-3 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 4 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ bus stop phone booth bus sidewalk traffic light mailbox traffic crosswalk parking meter store fire hydrant vendor flag street sign skyline car subway newsstand curb pedestrian 12 13 14 15 16 17 D11 D3 A13 D9 D14 A16 A7 D6 A9 D4 A1 D2 D15 D10 A14 D8 A12 A17 6-11 A5 D7 .

IN THE CITY TEST-1 1 4 5 6 7 9 10 8 11 2 3 A4 D3 12 13 14 15 D6 D1 16 17 18 19 20 21 D8 A26 22 23 25 24 A12 A13 26 D5 D7 A10 A11 D21 A25 D14 A16 A21 A19 A24 A17 D23 A22 D24 D9 D18 D15 A6 D4 6-12 A2 D20 .

IN THE CITY TEST-2 1 2 3 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 7 4 D18 D8 A24 13 14 16 17 19 21 24 25 22 23 15 18 20 D17 D19 D2 26 27 A2 D22 28 A9 D15 A21 D14 A28 A7 D20 A11 D3 D12 D10 D1 A6 A27 D6 A16 D5 D26 D23 D25 6-13 A13 D4 .

ANSWER KEY IN THE CITY 10A-1 1 2 IN THE CITY 10A-2 c 1 v 3 o f f 2 p h a r k i n g m e n t e r 4 o 6 f k y l a g r i n e 3 5 s t r e e c o n e r n e r d o r 7 s s t r a 4 f i f i c e 5 c l i g h a x i w c a l k r e b o o 9 8 t 6 t h y 7 r a e s h t r i m a i l c 9 8 s t o r e l i g h t p e s t h r e e d r a n t n b o x u s IN THE CITY 10A-3 1 a n d IN THE CITY 15B-1 1 n e 2 2 o m 4 3 IN THE CITY 15B-2 1 6 2 3 b 3 w 4 s 5 f p d r a r k i n g n 8 t 4 s k i n g m e 5 s e r 6 i g n t 5 u s r k i d e w a l 7 s s u b w a y a 7 n r e w s s t a n h k y l i n e f t i 9 s t u r e e b p h o n e a r a f f i c t r t o r 6 s n g s t o p 8 f i l b o x p a f f i c l o t a n d r 10 c d e p e e t d e s k y 7 t r e 8 i a n a f 11 f i l a g 13 t b s w a l i g h t a x i k o o 9 s c r a p e u b u s w a y 12 s i g r a 10 11 c r o s t s i g n k y 9 s c u r a p e r d l o l i g h 15 r e e 14 t s i h c a a n n 13 s t r b e e t s i g n t h 12 v e d e w a r c o r n r t o p n d o r b u s s t IN THE CITY 20C-1 1 l b 2 IN THE CITY 20C-2 w a 8 k s 3 6 u s b y 3 1 2 t 4 7 s t r 5 v s t o 8 f e 4 IN THE CITY 20C-3 g n 1 p a r k i n g s h t r e n d t s i r c r r a f f f i c d 16 c s t o p 12 a n e 10 5 6 m a i l 2 b u o x 3 s p k y l i n e d a x i e s e r t r i a 10 t a x i r e e r 7 r i c e e t c a r y 7 4 t 9 a f f i d e 8 9 5 o s s w 14 w 11 s u 6 b u w r f i l a f f i 12 11 c o r n e u r e b o r s s g h y e 11 c r o s s k i 10 s n e w s s t a n 14 13 13 p h 15 t a r n d 9 p h a g s t o p m e t e r e s t o f f i c d r 12 a l k l i s k y s c r g h t 17 l o t c o n e o o x n e i g n b o o c u r e b s k y r 13 l i g 16 m a n t i l b u h y d l i g h t p a t r k i n g e e t r a 17 14 w a l k s k y l i e t s 15 s c r a p e l i g h t t f l a r k i n g m e b 18 n s t e r e e t i g n v e n d o r a o o t h s i g n d e w a l k n t 19 s i d e w a l k p a p e r t h h 18 15 s t r l o t c a n a r 17 i n p e d e s t 16 r a f f i c o r e i a n IN THE CITY TEST-1 1 2 3 IN THE CITY TEST-2 1 a 4 b e 5 u s s t r o p 2 b p e d 6 p a r e d s k y t r i a 7 n 6 a r k i n g m 7 8 e 3 t e r 5 u s i d c s t o p s l 4 m a i l g h 12 s f i r e g h y d r 18 19 8 i d e 11 w a f l k r s t t r e e t 17 v e n d o r t r e e 13 14 t o r 10 e f l a g t r a s f f t 9 10 k i n g t r a 12 s c r l a p e a 17 k y l n o f f i c i c e e 9 s t e e t i g h t e w 11 b o x u s a x i 14 u b w a f f t r a s i h l i g h c a 15 n e r i a 16 c 13 a r l k c p a r 22 15 a n m e t e r i 16 s i g r k i n g g n w s s a 18 c r n e 21 w s t s t n d 19 p s k h y s c r a p e r d h 23 y 20 s k b u s t p 21 a n l o t 20 t s a 25 c u r e b 24 k f i n g r v e n d o c r o s s w a l k a o n e 26 t y l i o r 22 s u b w t r e e t l i g h t r n d t e t r a p 25 h o n e o o t h 23 24 e t c u r l b o x o r n e t r b 27 s i n c e f f i 28 s i g o r n e r l o t r o o t h f f c r o s s w a y l k 26 a x m a i g n c 6-14 .

UNIT 7 INSECTS 7-1 .

a day fly. A cricket is one of the noisiest and most musical insects. 26. 21. I kept my pet beetle in a shoebox. 24. 27. 19. 12. The mantis is often called the praying mantis. 4. 30. a cicada fills the air with its buzzing song. A weevil can be a destructive pest. I found a roach in my apartment. 17. 8. or an ephemera. of a butterfly and a moth is called a caterpillar. A wasp will only sting a person if it feels threatened. 5. The honeybee flew to the flower to collect pollen to make honey. or young. 6. A firefly flashes its light to signal other fireflies. So is a back swimmer. 15. The larvae. The plural of louse is lice. 13. The life of a fruit fly lasts only a few days. 14. 25. I’m calling an exterminator. 3. Weevils love to eat some crops. The larvae. A mosquito landed on my arm and it began biting me. of a fly is called a maggot. I saw a little ant carrying a bread crumb twice the size of its body. 20. A ladybug is a gardener’s friend because it eats many garden pests. Sometimes people get lice in their hair. Fleas like to live on cats and dogs. 7-2 . A mayfly is also called a shad fly. Locusts are a kind of grasshopper that sometimes travel in swarms. A termite enjoys feasting on wood. The water strider is a kind of water bug. Deerflies live in forests and near lakes. A horsefly will bite a human. or young. The larvae. 9. 22. 16.INSECTS 1. or young. 23. 7. A fly has five eyes. of a beetle is called a grub. 28. 18. When it is hot. 11. The dragonfly is among the most beautiful and useful of all insects. Bumblebees are usually black with wide yellow or orange bands. An earwig has powerful pinchers on its back end. A horsefly bite is painful. A deerfly bite is painful. The butterfly I saw had beautiful colors and markings. 2. 10. 29. A flea is a very tiny insect. The moth was attracted by the light of our campfire.

7-3 1) flea 2) firefly 3) mosquito 4) ant 5) roach 6) honeybee 7) weevil 8) wasp 9) dragonfly 10) earwig 11) butterfly 12) caterpillar 13) mantis 14) cicada 15) fruit fly 16) termite 17) fly 18) beetle 19) mayfly 20) grub 21) moth 22) deerfly 23) cricket 24) ladybug 25) louse 26) grasshopper 27) maggot 28) water bug 29) horsefly 30) bumblebee .

INSECTS 10A-1 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 6 9 D7 grub honeybee A8 D1 grasshopper deerfly D5 D4 flea earwig A3 A9 mosquito caterpillar D3 D6 firefly beetle 7-4 D2 .

INSECTS 10A-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 A10 mantis butterfly D6 D7 termite roach A5 D3 dragonfly horsefly A1 D2 louse bumblebee A8 A4 wasp water bug 7-5 D9 .

INSECTS 10A-3 1 2 3 5 6 4 7 8 D7 fruit fly maggot D3 D4 ant weevil D2 D1 moth ladybug A4 A8 cicada fly D8 D6 cricket mayfly 7-6 A5 .

INSECTS 15B-1 CHECKLIST: ___ firefly 1 2 ___ maggot ___ wasp ___ deerfly ___ honeybee 7 3 4 6 5 ___ grasshopper ___ louse ___ earwig ___ cricket ___ moth ___ termite ___ dragonfly ___ ladybug ___ beetle ___ mantis 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 D2 D4 A6 D7 D9 A14 D5 D10 D13 A3 A8 D3 A11 7-7 A12 D1 .

INSECTS 15B-2 CHECKLIST: ___ grub 1 2 ___ roach ___ caterpillar ___ mayfly ___ ant ___ bumblebee 5 3 4 ___ fly ___ butterfly ___ horsefly ___ flea 6 7 11 8 9 10 12 13 ___ mosquito ___ water bug ___ cicada 14 ___ weevil ___ fruit fly D4 A3 A14 D2 D8 A9 D10 D3 A12 D7 A11 D6 D5 7-8 A13 D1 .

INSECTS 20C-1 1 2 4 5 6 3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ roach water bug weevil dragonfly moth ladybug louse honeybee cricket grasshopper ant butterfly cicada flea mosquito firefly horsefly wasp termite deerfly 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 A13 A3 A8 A17 D2 A11 D7 D17 A14 D15 D16 D12 A10 D4 A5 A9 A19 D1 7-9 A18 D6 .

INSECTS 20C-2 1 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ant caterpillar cicada cricket moth beetle butterfly roach weevil mayfly grub deerfly earwig maggot bumblebee mantis fly flea fruit fly wasp 3 4 5 7 8 10 6 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 D10 D3 A8 A10 D5 D16 D7 D4 D9 A17 A4 A14 A12 A6 D15 A11 D18 D2 7-10 A13 A1 .

INSECTS 20C-3
1 2

CHECKLIST:
___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ grub water bug mayfly firefly honeybee mosquito ladybug fruit fly earwig maggot termite horsefly bumblebee grasshopper dragonfly louse caterpillar mantis fly beetle

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D1

A15

A6

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A16

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D10

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A14

D11

A17

A3

D8

D13

A9

D7

A12
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INSECTS TEST-1
1 2 3 5 4 6 7

A15

A28

8 9 11 12 13 14 15 10

A19

A20

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17

D13

A21

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D24

A26

A12

A11

A18

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D2

D4

A8

A5

A14

D9

D10

A2

D25

A6

D12

D3

A17

D23

D7
7-12

D22

A27

INSECTS TEST-2
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A6
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A19

A17

D8

14

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D18

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D11

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D16

A1

A27

D13

A26

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A25

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A15

A5

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D9

A14

A21

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D3

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A10

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ANSWER KEY INSECTS 10A-1 1 INSECTS 10A-2 1 INSECTS 10A-3 1 m o 2 b u 2 m a b l 3 e b e e c r d e e r 5 3 g r u b r a s q u i t o s 4 h o n e y b e o p p r 6 n 4 d 2 i m i t e w e e a c h 5 3 6 4 t i e r a g c k e l m a g g o i t f l 7 b e e t l f f l y 6 7 c a t e 8 f l i r s 5 e a 8 r o n f v c i l c a n t 8 o t h y w a 7 h o d a d y b 9 e a r p i l l w i g e b u t e r t e r s e f 10 f l y y 9 m a y f l y w a f l r u g b u g l o u s p e y INSECTS 15B-1 1 2 a r m o 3 y w a i s p INSECTS 15B-2 1 m a g 4 6 a n t h 5 m o 2 w e e v i INSECTS 20C-1 1 2 d r a a s s h g o t 11 t r 7 s h o n c k e y b e e 11 7 3 w e e y b e e g p p e r m q u i 4 c r 4 3 h o n t f 6 8 9 10 5 l a d e e r f l y y b e e t l e u g o n f 12 13 f i c r e r m i t e l y v i c r i t e t 6 b u h w a t e t e o r s e f l b y p i m b l e b e e u t o 8 t e r f r u l y 5 a 8 r o 7 d r k e n t d y e e r f l y l o u s e a r m a y r 9 c i t c 10 a d a c h 9 a g o n 10 b u u 12 t t e r f l y y c l n t 11 12 g r a s s h o p p e r w 14 f l y l y 13 f f l y e a o 13 f i g r e f l y r f l y w a c 14 t e r b u 15 g h o r s e f l y 16 INSECTS 20C-2 1 2 u 14 o r u b 17 g u m o t g g o t h 19 c i c b u m a b l 3 e b e e INSECTS 20C-3 1 o s e q u 18 t o n 4 d t e e 6 c a t w a d s p b e u t i s r f l y 2 m f l e a 5 7 c a e t f l e y r f l o a 9 c h 3 b e e u 4 m a y b l e r p b e e c 8 INSECTS TEST-1 1 f r i c k e u i t e r p i f l y 10 m a 11 a y f t l e 5 b t 6 f l r u i l l a f l y 3 4 2 y r u b f l r u m 6 i t f l y 7 g g 13 e a n 10 m s p a n t 9 8 y 9 m o t i s 7 5 12 d r a g o n 11 8 w a r w i 11 y b l u t t e r f l y w a t t f 14 l l e a 15 m o t t h a y b e e d 10 g r u b r a s q u i t s h o r s e o p p e h o n e b e a r r w e e v i g w r a t e s i s h 13 y r 12 c a i t e r p o h o n e e r g o p p e e b m a 15 o s q u g 16 w 18 12 17 l o u 16 s 13 e a o 14 h o r 16 f l l y f 15 b b u g g 14 c i l c a s p d a n t 17 d r a g n f l y g g r u 17 b l a d y b e f i r w e f l y y b u g 21 22 23 18 s d e f l e c r i 20 o f l y t w 19 e e v i l l INSECTS TEST-2 1 3 5 t e r m i g t e e m i c a d a 24 a y f l a y c k e f 2 l e a 4 f l i r o a c e f l o u s y f l e r m i t e 27 25 r m o n t h w a t e 6 o s s h o p p e r u s h o n m b l e y h b e 15 9 26 g r a d f l y b t a 28 o r s e h b e e t l e 7 d r a g o n 12 8 f l y r 10 t e 13 u m o s q u 18 g 11 r u b u g 14 b u i b e r m i t g o a c h 19 m o t d e e 20 r f l l y 16 e m a n 17 w a s p e e a r v i t o l b e e t l e u t t e r 21 f i l y 22 c r e i c i c a k e t i s w i 23 a n g o t 24 f l f l f l y 27 25 m a g 26 m a y d c a t e r p i l l a r 7-14 .

UNIT 8 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 8-1 .

A bassoon is a long instrument with a mouthpiece sticking out the side. 23. A viola is larger and heavier than a violin. A French horn has a tube length of about 12 feet (3. 6. 25. A tambourine has metal jingles inserted into its frame. 9. 13. 26. 29. A bagpipe has a windbag to which pipes are attached. The cello is a member of the violin family. 14. 20. The harmonica is also known as the mouth organ. Castanets are wooden clappers that are clicked together by the fingers. 19. 2. There is a huge pipe organ in the church in our city. Jazz great Louis Armstrong was a fantastic trumpet player. A piano is played by striking its keys. 8. You play a violin with a bow or by plucking the strings. A recorder is usually made of wood. The saxophone was invented by Adolphe Sax in 1846. The banjo is a descendant of the West African lute. You make different sounds with a trombone by moving its sliding part. The Pied Piper played the flute. I want to learn the guitar so I can be in a band. 24. 28. The triangle is suspended from a cord and struck with a metal rod. The bass has a deep rich sound. 10. 22. 17. A cymbal is a brass plate that can produce a brilliant clashing sound.MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 1. A tuba is a wind instrument with a deep bass sound. 4. You have to move the accordion to keep the sound coming. with eight finger holes. You play the bongos with your hands. A drum normally consists of a skin stretched over an enclosed space. A xylophone is played by striking the keys with mallets. 3. 30. 7. 21.75 meters). 15. 8-2 . 27. 11. 16. An oboe is a double-reed woodwind instrument. To get good sound you must strike a gong in the center. 12. A harp is played by plucking the strings with the fingers of both hands. 5. 18. Dixieland jazz bands always include the clarinet.

8-3 1) bongos 2) tuba 3) flute 4) castanets 5) saxophone 6) harmonica 7) bass 8) piano 9) oboe 10) banjo 11) cymbal 12) triangle 13) accordion 14) violin 15) gong 16) trumpet 17) drum 18) tambourine 19) bassoon 20) bagpipe 21) viola 22) French horn 23) recorder 24) xylophone 25) organ 26) clarinet 27) harp 28) trombone 29) cello 30) guitar .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 10A-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 D2 triangle cello A3 A10 bassoon organ A7 A9 guitar tambourine D4 A1 accordion French horn D8 A5 recorder violin 8-4 A6 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 10A-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 D1 trombone piano A6 D10 bongos clarinet D3 A9 harmonica flute A4 A7 bass xylophone D2 D5 harp tuba 8-5 A8 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 10A-3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 9 A10 oboe cymbal A2 A9 saxophone drum D3 D6 castanets viola D1 A7 bagpipe banjo D4 D8 gong trumpet 8-6 A5 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 15B-1 1 2 3 4 CHECKLIST: ___ trumpet ___ guitar ___ recorder 6 5 7 8 ___ tambourine ___ French horn ___ bagpipe ___ castanets ___ harp ___ violin ___ piano ___ oboe 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 ___ xylophone ___ cymbal ___ triangle ___ bass D10 A7 A13 D8 A5 A14 D12 A2 D3 D4 A9 D6 D15 8-7 A11 D1 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 15B-2 CHECKLIST: ___ bassoon ___ organ ___ accordion 3 1 2 4 5 ___ trombone ___ cello ___ banjo ___ saxophone 6 7 9 10 12 8 11 ___ bongos ___ tuba ___ clarinet ___ flute 13 14 ___ drum ___ gong ___ viola ___ harmonica A11 A6 D2 D5 A9 D10 A13 D12 A4 A14 D1 A7 D8 8-8 A12 D3 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 20C-1 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 4 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ drum organ banjo accordion harmonica triangle oboe saxophone cello harp viola flute trumpet tuba xylophone French horn violin bagpipe piano trombone 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 A9 A18 D1 D4 A13 D7 D11 A2 D15 A5 A20 D19 D17 A12 D8 D3 A10 D6 8-9 A16 A14 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 20C-2 1 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ tambourine xylophone triangle cymbal recorder guitar flute bass castanets accordion bongos gong trombone organ bagpipe bassoon clarinet violin harmonica drum 2 3 5 6 7 8 4 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 D1 A1 D4 D12 A8 A9 D10 D7 A13 D2 A15 D3 D18 D14 A2 A17 A5 D6 8-10 D16 A11 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 20C-3 1 2 3 4 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ cymbal guitar gong viola oboe French horn harp cello tuba bass recorder castanets tambourine banjo bassoon trumpet saxophone bongos clarinet piano 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 14 15 18 19 D4 A3 D13 A18 A10 A19 D15 D1 D8 A5 A9 D17 A7 D14 D9 A16 D11 D6 8-11 A12 D2 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TEST-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 9 11 12 7 D22 D2 A29 13 15 16 19 20 22 23 21 24 17 18 14 A14 A1 A8 25 26 27 D7 28 29 30 A20 D27 D12 A17 D19 A26 D3 A10 A18 A9 D24 A13 A11 A5 D15 D25 D4 D6 A30 A28 D16 8-12 A23 D21 .

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TEST-2 1 2 3 4 6 5 D17 A23 7 8 9 10 11 12 D7 A19 13 14 15 17 18 20 22 23 24 25 26 27 29 28 19 21 16 D16 D26 A25 D10 D4 D20 A3 D11 A14 D9 A18 D24 A29 A1 A8 A6 D5 A27 D2 D12 A15 D21 A10 D13 8-13 A22 A28 .

ANSWER KEY MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 10A-1 1 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 10A-2 1 t 2 a c m b o u r i n e 2 x t 3 y b 4 3 c o e l l o 4 r t n 8 l r m o p h o n 8 7 o m 6 h a s n i 5 c l a 5 F r d e n c h h o 7 r i b o n o n g o s h a r r p 6 v i o n o l i n b a n g l s s o r o n p i n e t a n o 9 g a u i t a r 9 10 e f l u t u b a e 10 r e c o r d e r n MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 10A-3 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 15B-1 1 g o MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 15B-2 1 2 3 4 1 v i 3 c a 5 s t r a n g e t s 2 h t a r p 7 2 a 6 m 3 b a g p o u 4 t m a c c e l l o r e c i n e 4 h a r o o l a n i 7 5 c l a 8 6 d r u m p m x o p h 10 c y m 9 5 6 m 9 b a r s s a x o p h o o o r 11 n o t a r b o e 8 t r v i i a r n g l e 7 o 8 t u b o a 10 b a g p i o e t v i b a l a n j o g u i p e g o n g i n e t d i o n r u m o n e l d e 9 10 12 b o n g a n e j F r e 11 n c a h h o l p 12 b x y l o p h o 13 a s t s i n 13 o s r g a n 14 n f l u t e e c m b a n e 14 l t r u m 15 p i a n o e t s MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 20C-1 1 2 n e MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 20C-3 1 2 3 o r g u m p e t 3 4 7 t MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 20C-2 f l u 9 g o c a s x o p 4 p i a 2 3 1 s h a o n g 6 e 5 h a n r m o n i c 6 a c c v i 8 c a y m b a l 5 4 t u m b a o g u i t a a r r p v i 9 b e a s s o o n o n g o n g o s 5 g a m 6 t r o l a n o 10 s a 11 t b a s s o u 7 r e i n 10 e 8 d r u i m 7 x y l o p h o r 12 n e n F r e t s 12 a n e 9 n 8 c l a r h h 10 o l r n 11 b a a s s c o l a c c r i n e t a r d i o n r u m 13 b a n j o p h 11 f l u t s e 12 b a s s o b o n j o 14 15 x y l r d e r 13 o r d i r g a n p i n a n o 13 o e t 14 v i o n l i 17 n 15 o p n 16 15 t 14 e 16 r t 16 v i F r e n c e l l h h o 18 r i t a m 17 b o n g o s o u r u m p e t i n e 18 u y m b a a l h t o 18 17 a r m o n n c a c o l i n h a n r p o r d 19 19 20 t r i o m b a g p i p e o n e e o b o e a o g l e p i p e a n g l e c e r l l o MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TEST-1 1 2 MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS TEST-2 1 2 s a x y l o p h o n e 3 F v 4 r e n c l h h o r n i m b o n e 6 v 3 4 a 5 5 t r o p 8 o 7 i c p e 11 12 t 7 a c 8 m b o u r i i n 9 e 6 s o r g a x o 12 t a r p 9 l g p i n o l t u b a r g 18 n h o n b a m b t r 10 c o t a r d i 14 a s 11 t a n e e t r u m p s 10 p i a 13 n l l 14 a g o n e g u i a n g l x y l t p i p h o n n e F r e n c h 16 h 17 o u r n 15 o r a n j 13 v i a n 16 b 19 20 t r i u m p e c t 21 o b o o n 17 b o p h e e 15 h a r s a s s 27 t r 19 o l m b a o b 22 o o n e 23 o t r d i c a s t a n n 24 e 18 b a g c l g u l e 22 h r m 23 o n n 24 i c a 20 b a s s s 21 m c c o n i g 29 c e l l b a 25 b o n 26 a r i r d r u i o n e r i t a 27 h a r p i p r e c y o r d r 25 o v i o n l i n j o 26 d r m 28 28 g o s o n e t c a y m b a l 30 e f l u t s e r f l u t e 29 b a l o n g o s t u m b 8-14 .

UNIT 9 HEALTH CARE 9-1 .

HEALTH CARE 1. 4. 19. 7. 23. I’m Doctor Henry’s patient. The doctor put my arm in a sling after I fell off my bike. I left the hospital on crutches. She checked the thermometer to see if he had a fever. My doctor has a great bedside manner. You take your temperature with a thermometer. The x ray proved I had a broken arm. She wore rubber gloves to help prevent infection. The doctor put my arm in a cast after I fell out of a tree. I got stitches in my head after being hit by a puck. When I was sick I was in the hospital for a week. I took two aspirin to relieve my headache. 2. 14. I got around the hospital in a wheelchair. The waiting room was full of people waiting to see the doctor. 6. 5. 9-2 . 21. The doctor weighed me on her scale. My mother put a bandage on my cut elbow. After the accident I was rushed to emergency. 29. 3. 16. 10. 11. 20. I had an operation to remove my appendix. Many people are afraid to get a needle. 27. The doctor gave me a prescription for some antibiotics. 17. She covered the wound with gauze and then she put tape over it 9. You use a hammer to test reflexes. 18. 24. 22. After my knee operation. When I have a cold I have to blow my nose a lot. A nurse assists a doctor. When I get a headache my head throbs. Every year I go for a check up. 28. 15. 26. 25. 13. After my knee operation. He has a bad cough. 30. The doctor used a stethoscope to listen to my heart. 12. I had a stomachache for a week after eating rotten peanuts. 8. A surgeon performs operations.

9-3 1) headache 2) emergency 3) operation 4) waiting room 5) patient 6) check up 7) prescription 8) gauze 9) stitches 10) thermometer 11) hospital 12) cough 13) bandage 14) doctor 15) stomachache 16) rubber gloves 17) sling 18) scale 19) x ray 20) wheelchair 21) stethoscope 22) surgeon 23) aspirin 24) crutches 25) cast 26) reflexes 27) cold 28) needle 29) fever 30) nurse .

HEALTH CARE 10A-1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 D1 prescription bandage D4 A10 stitches stethoscope D7 D6 nurse hospital D8 D3 crutches thermometer A5 A9 surgeon waiting room 9-4 A2 .

HEALTH CARE 10A-2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 A5 cold operation D1 D7 rubber gloves emergency A3 D6 stomachache aspirin D2 A1 needle sling A9 A4 x ray reflexes 9-5 A8 .

HEALTH CARE 10A-3 1 2 3 5 4 6 7 8 9 10 D6 doctor scale D3 D8 wheelchair cough A9 A2 cast fever A7 D4 patient headache A5 D1 gauze check up 9-6 A10 .

HEALTH CARE 15B-1 1 2 3 4 CHECKLIST: ___ cast ___ aspirin ___ reflexes ___ wheelchair ___ sling ___ stethoscope 9 10 5 6 7 8 ___ doctor ___ prescription ___ needle ___ emergency 11 12 13 ___ waiting room ___ check up ___ cold ___ cough ___ scale D7 D1 A12 A5 D13 A10 D9 D12 A8 D3 D6 D2 A1 9-7 D4 D11 .

HEALTH CARE 15B-2 1 3 4 7 8 9 10 5 6 2 CHECKLIST: ___ surgeon ___ crutches ___ patient ___ operation ___ bandage 12 11 ___ x ray ___ stomachache ___ stitches ___ thermometer ___ hospital ___ rubber gloves ___ nurse ___ fever ___ gauze ___ headache 13 14 A5 A8 A10 D12 A3 D4 A11 D14 D9 D6 A14 D1 D13 9-8 D2 D7 .

HEALTH CARE 20C-1 1 2 4 3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ fever headache sling stethoscope needle wheelchair rubber gloves prescription stitches hospital crutches bandage waiting room thermometer scale surgeon aspirin cold nurse emergency 5 8 9 6 7 10 13 14 11 12 15 16 17 18 19 A8 D5 A19 A6 D3 D9 A1 D12 A13 D2 D18 D10 A4 D11 A18 D14 A15 D17 9-9 A16 D7 .

HEALTH CARE 20C-2 1 2 3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ x ray stitches operation needle surgeon patient waiting room cough headache aspirin nurse cast gauze stomachache sling crutches check up bandage doctor reflexes 4 5 6 7 8 10 9 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 D16 D5 D13 D6 A18 A10 D11 A1 D15 D7 D3 A12 D9 A4 A6 D2 D8 A14 9-10 A17 A19 .

HEALTH CARE 20C-3 1 2 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ wheelchair gauze doctor rubber gloves thermometer stomachache prescription emergency fever cold stethoscope cough hospital scale operation reflexes x ray patient cast check up 3 5 6 4 7 9 8 10 11 12 14 13 15 16 17 18 19 D15 A5 D13 A1 A19 D10 A9 A8 D7 D12 A16 D11 D2 A6 D6 D3 A14 A17 9-11 D4 A18 .

HEALTH CARE TEST-1 1 4 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 10 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 18 2 5 3 D12 D13 A29 A28 A19 22 23 24 A22 25 26 27 A6 D23 28 A18 D2 D16 A8 D21 D8 A27 A20 D15 D10 D3 A9 A11 A24 A1 D25 D4 D14 D26 D17 9-12 A7 D5 .

HEALTH CARE TEST-2 1 2 3 4 6 5 D9 7 8 9 A10 10 A20 11 12 13 D4 14 15 16 19 20 17 18 D12 A26 21 22 23 25 26 24 A21 D3 27 28 A27 D7 D5 A11 A8 D19 D13 A18 D17 A6 A25 A1 A16 D1 A28 D24 D14 D22 D21 A15 9-13 D2 D23 .

ANSWER KEY HEALTH CARE 10A-1 1 2 HEALTH CARE 10A-2 1 s t i t c h 3 r e f l u b b e r g l 2 o p v e s h e r m o m e t e r 3 e r a m e r g e n c y w a 4 e 4 s t e t h o s i o 7 x e s r a y 5 s t i o o m 6 a s p c h a 7 c o l d h e 5 p r e s s 6 c r u t c h e s r i t i n g p n u r 8 8 h o s p i t n s l i n g i r i 9 9 s e u r g e n e e d l e r o o m c o p e 10 b a n d a l g e HEALTH CARE 10A-3 1 2 HEALTH CARE 15B-1 1 HEALTH CARE 15B-2 1 s c a a s t 5 w a h e e l 2 c a h 3 a s p i r i 4 g a u n d a g 2 f 5 6 r e f l e x e s 8 4 3 b e v e x r u s e 12 o p 7 a y 3 5 w h e e l c h a i r e 4 s 6 l i t n g s t p a t i e n t 9 l d a 6 p a t i e n c 9 z h o 11 c 7 c h e h e h e r a t i o a d e 10 n u r b b h 8 p m e r e s c g e i n g 9 e c c y i n s t o 13 m a c h a c r h e r 7 c k o u 8 g h p i i t a l c t k u e s t c h e s g l o v e s r 10 c o u g h r 14 f s t h e r m o m e t e r u p r i p t d o o m c t g a u p z e v e n u r g e o 10 d o c t o r 12 11 n e e d l e t h i o n s 13 s c a l t c o p e n o l d HEALTH CARE 20C-1 1 2 3 e HEALTH CARE 20C-2 1 2 3 HEALTH CARE 20C-3 o n b a 1 2 s u r g e o n u r 4 w s t i t c h e c a 10 o e s 4 7 p a e r a t 5 i s t o p m a 3 c h a c h e 4 5 8 9 w a i c h 6 d o 6 c t i o r g a n d p 9 s e l e 11 12 e l b a n d a 7 e r 6 w 5 g o s p i t a u z 8 h e m e r g e n c y a d h e e l l c w a i 12 8 h e n c k 10 u z r e a h e a x g 11 h o s p i t a l m f p r e c h a l i r 17 s t 7 c a t i o n l 13 t i h e 14 x o u r m e v e r 16 t e t 13 f l e s t i t c h e s u b b e p r e s c r i p 16 e t h o s c o p h e r c a s t h e c 10 k u p 15 r o m a y c g h a c a 14 15 9 n g s c r n g e c h a s t i n g h e d a c o 12 13 11 e s t 16 l i n u r s e g c h e r o o m r a s p i p r i n e i 14 f u b b e v r u g h l c o l d v m e r g e s r g l o v e 18 a s 17 c r u t i o n c h e d l e c r o o u t c h e s p i 15 o l d d o c t o m e t e e r 17 t i m 18 p a 18 t i e n c t m s u r i 19 g e o n o n e 19 s t e t h o s c o p e x r a y n e e d l 19 r e f l e x e s HEALTH CARE TEST-1 1 4 6 HEALTH CARE TEST-2 3 w a i t i n g 2 r u o o m 5 n u r 1 p a t i e n r 2 e s 3 c o l d r i p 4 t i o n 6 5 s c a h e s 9 c a s n d a g e p a m e r g e n c y 14 h e 7 8 c r u t b b b 7 s t i i t c h e s e c a s r u b b e r g l e o v e s t e 8 s t t o m a 12 c h a 13 c h e 9 m o o m e a c h a c h 13 r e 10 f l e n t x e s 14 11 e t m e r g a u e n c y g l o v 20 e v e r x t 15 10 s t 12 e t h o l d o n w h t h o 19 17 16 a s r c a y r l h e r m o 11 w a s i t e 15 i n g r o p o m o s p r e s g z e 18 s c u p e l c 21 c p i v e r i 20 r e f 18 l e x e r s c o e s h o a i r h 16 o p e f e c k 17 x h e a 21 d a t c h 22 e p e 22 c r i r u t 23 c h e s 24 s l i n n 25 g m e 19 d o c t h e 26 p i t o r 27 n u r a s e s t i o n t c h e 24 s n e t e r 25 u r g 26 o u g s l a i n r p t i o n d o c k t h e a d a l c h u s p i t 23 g a u z l y e d l h o r 27 w h e o e l c h u 28 o p e r a t i o n e n e e d l e 28 b a n d a g e g 9-14 .

UNIT 10 COMBINED 10-1 .

COMBINED-1 1 2 3 5 6 4 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ plankton traffic light headache bagpipe clam trombone driver short asteroid fast store galaxy over horsefly labels louse Milky Way subway eel shark ticket agent stop cough tail 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 D2 D4 A1 A8 D10 A6 D15 D12 A7 D9 A14 D3 A22 A21 A10 D18 A5 A12 A11 A19 A16 10-2 A20 A13 D17 .

COMBINED-2 1 2 3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ prescription street sign barnacle sea horse crutches drum closed thick eclipse bongos grub suitcase lifeguard lock banjo rubber gloves honeybee star barracuda car full termite bassoon trunk 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 9 11 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 17 21 A5 D9 D19 D10 D2 A10 D1 A4 D11 A7 A6 D16 A14 D8 A1 D4 A20 D17 A12 A21 A13 10-3 A18 D3 D15 .

COMBINED-3 1 2 3 4 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ stitches xylophone piano airport cicada skyscraper weevil taxi octopus open stranger orbit park space station police crooked spacesuit tour sunscreen lobster operation street light ticket x ray 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 16 17 12 18 20 21 19 22 A1 A13 D3 A5 D12 D2 A7 A10 D1 D6 A11 D17 D5 A9 A22 A15 D14 D4 D16 D8 D19 10-4 A21 A18 A20 .

COMBINED-4 1 2 4 5 7 8 9 10 6 3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ high clarinet sand dollar satellite cymbal street water bug sign firefly hot sunspot gong hard crossing guard map stethoscope motel scallop earwig gauze flashlight mayfly planet whale 11 12 13 17 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 D13 A17 D8 D6 D22 D1 A21 D4 D12 D3 D16 A15 D9 A7 A19 D18 D20 D5 A24 A14 A10 10-5 A2 A11 A23 .

COMBINED-5 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ hospital luggage ozone astronaut pretty roach seatbelt mantis office ad smoke detector tourists starfish harmonica heavy crab harp bumblebee empty newsstand bandage train station waiting room flute 11 13 15 16 14 12 17 18 19 20 21 22 A5 A22 A20 A14 D9 D21 A15 A1 D8 A11 A7 D4 D3 A19 D13 A17 D1 A18 D16 D12 D6 10-6 D15 A10 D2 .

COMBINED-6 CHECKLIST: 2 3 4 1 5 6 8 9 12 13 14 15 10 7 11 16 17 19 18 20 21 22 ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ oyster vendor helmet space shuttle life jacket cricket cold guidebook customs hazard recorder soft fire hydrant cello light bus hotel turtle squid pedestrian beetle doctor meteorite moon D9 A8 A22 A10 A16 D6 A19 D13 D11 D2 D15 A21 D4 A15 D20 A3 A5 D7 D12 A14 A20 10-7 A1 D17 D18 .

COMBINED-7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ mailbox mussel rocket clock dragonfly passport parking lot bad grasshopper tall trumpet skyline fire alarm fruit fly boots under meteor conch scale coral thermometer solar system low guitar 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 16 22 D15 A20 A13 A18 D16 D9 D12 D6 A2 D5 D3 D4 A8 A11 A14 A1 D2 D19 D21 D7 D1 10-8 A17 A22 D10 .

COMBINED-8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 8 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ corner gravity emergency sun shrimp bus stop moth sardine good triangle nurse listen pilot ugly French horn schedule violin crosswalk maggot fence ladybug passenger traffic lights patient 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 D3 A22 D16 A19 A4 A12 D13 D5 D15 A9 D8 A11 A18 A2 A14 D7 A17 A16 D20 D10 D1 10-9 A21 D6 D4 .

COMBINED-9 1 4 5 6 2 3 CHECKLIST: ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ wasp aspirin airbag sidewalk glasses flea jellyfish curb slow tambourine light check up earth captain big bang crater castanets trash can cold ray bus station straight sling seal 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 18 17 15 19 20 21 22 23 D11 A19 A16 A9 D3 A4 D5 A21 D8 A13 A18 A22 D15 A23 D17 A7 D20 A12 D2 A10 A14 10-10 D18 D6 D1 .

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ANSWER KEY COMBINED-9 1 4 COMBINED-10 3 1 c u r b 7 2 j e l 8 c h e p 2 t 5 a i r b a g m 6 b u s o r i n r 7 8 3 p a r k i n g 13 e t i o n g u i n 9 4 m o s q o 5 s t o h 6 i n g s n f i r s t o r e f l e x m b g l y 10 a s s 11 e s i c k m b a c h a c 11 9 s t l o w f i l e a s d e 13 t u i t u a s p 15 12 10 e a t i r t h s h 17 p i r w a s a s t 12 p i g h t o n g l a i d n e s m 15 c a x t e e r p i e f l l a 23 a s t 14 o b u s i s 14 l 16 c o n l d 18 c a s i i n k r a s h 20 e t 16 i n g h e e r o n c r a p t e 17 d s 19 e r f l y 18 19 b i g b a t e 22 n g t a n 21 h o l d o m e r 20 s l i m c a n h t o 22 t 21 s e a r e c t o r n r a y e t 23 v i o t h l a i n o n t r a i g s r g a n COMBINED-11 1 a t m 4 o s 2 p h h e r e 3 t i c k e t c 6 o n u n t e r e 5 h r u s 7 w a l e i a n t n e e d 10 l e 8 b a 13 s c s 9 s i 11 12 b s a c c o y r 17 w h e e o n e x o o t h p y o p e u n g n a 14 l o o k 15 f l l c o l p h a i 19 20 16 c a r d i o n i n 18 h r d h a g t s u r g e o b n h 21 t r a f f i p c o e 10-14 .