1. Read the text and answer the questions below.
1. What systems did the ancient Egyptians create, and we still use today?
2. Why did they build the pyramids?
3. How many pyramids are there in Egypt?
4. How many people worked in the construction of the pyramids?
5. What does the Sphinx look like?
6. Why did Egyptians use to build the Sphinx in front of the pyramids?
2. What did people use to do in ancient times? Write sentences as in the example.
They used to ride on a horse or a carriage. They didn’t use to drive a car.
1. Read the conversation and answer the questions below.
1. Where is Sally now?
2. What is she doing?
3. Where does she want to go?
4. How much is the ticket?
Clerk: What time? Buses leave every
Sally: Well, it’s 10:40 a.m. now. I’ll take
one for the next bus. How much
is the ticket?
Clerk: A round-trip ticket to Los
Angeles. That’ll be 80 dollars.
Sally: Do you have a student discount?
Clerk: It makes 60 dollars with a valid student ID.
Sally: Here is my student ID.
Clerk: How would you like to pay for the ticket?
Sally: I’ll pay by Visa. Here you go.
Clerk: Would you please sign here? The bus leaves from gate 26, downstairs.
Sally: I just want to know. Is there a bathroom on the bus?
Clerk: Yes, there is.
Sally: And what time does the bus arrive in Los Angeles?
Clerk: It should arrive around 7 p.m.
Sally: Thanks a lot.
Clerk: You’re welcome. Have a good trip.
2. Read the conversation again and answer the questions.
1. At which time is there NOT a bus for Los Angeles?
a) 10 a.m. b) 2 p.m. c) 4:30 p.m.
2. How does Sally pay for the trip?
a) by credit card b) in cash c) by check
3. How long is Sally’s trip to Los Angeles?
a) 6 hours b) 7 hours c) 8 hours
4. What does Sally need to show to get a discount?
a) her Visa card b) her student identification card c) a valid ID
5. How will Sally return from Los Angeles?
a) There isn’t enough information to answer this question.
b) She is going to fly home.
c) She’ll take the bus.
1. Complete the conversation with the words below.
forward expensive full booked cheaper spell reserve available
Receptionist: Hello. SunnyDay Inn. May help you?
Mr Fonder: Yes, I’d like to ______________ a room for one on the 21st of March.
Mr Fonder: No. March, not May.
Receptionist: Oh, sorry. Let me see.
Mr Fonder: Are you all ____________ that night?
Receptionist: Well, we have one ______________, complete with a kitchenette and a sauna bath.
And the view of the city is great, too.
Mr Fonder: How much is that?
Receptionist: It’s only $200 dollars, plus a 10% room tax.
Mr Fonder: Oh, that’s a little too ______________ for me. Do you have a ________________
room available either on the 20th or the 22nd?
Receptionist: Okay, we have a few rooms available on the 20th; we’re _________ on the 22nd.
Mr Fonder: Well, how much is the room on the 20th?
Receptionist: $80 dollars, plus the 10% room tax.
Mr Fonder: Okay, that’ll be fine.
Receptionist: Alright. Could I have your name, please?
Mr Fonder: Yes. Alex Fonder.
Receptionist: How do you _______________ your last name, Mr. Fonder?
Mr Fonder: F-O-N-D-E-R.
Receptionist: Okay, Mr. Fonder, we are looking _____________ to seeing you on the 20th of
Mr Fonder: Okay. Goodbye.
2. Put the sentences in the correct order to make a meaningful conversation.
You are in room 208. How would you like to pay for the room?
Do you take American Express Travelers Checks?
That’s all Mr Fonder. Here is your key. You’re welcome again.
Yes, we do.
Hi, my name is Alex Fonder, and I have a reservation for tonight.
Let me check. OK, yes. A single room for one night.
Here you go.
10. Sınıf Dikey Yayınları İngilizce Çalışma Kitabı 144. Sayfa Cevapları
10. Sınıf Dikey Yayınları İngilizce Çalışma Kitabı 145. Sayfa Cevapları