8.sınıf evrensel iletişim yayınları ingilizce çalışma kitabı cevapları etiketine sahip kayıtlar gösteriliyor. Tüm kayıtları göster
appropriate school rules under the pictures.
B. Choose one of the pictures above and make a copy of it. Color it and write the school rule.
Display it in the class.
A. There are seven mistakes in the sentences below. Find and correct them.
B. Which rules in the list are very important for you? Write four of them.
▶ Raise your hand after speaking.
▶ Listen to others when they speak.
▶ Don’t focus on your task.
▶ Do your homework.
▶ Don’t bring your school materials.
▶ Listen to your teacher.
▶ Cooperate with your group.
▶ Keep your hands dirty.
▶ Write on your desk.
▶ Use computers with care.
▶ Clean your desk.
▶ Come to the class late.
▶ Be disorganized.
▶ Put your rubbish in the bin.
My name is Frankie, and this is my school day. I always get up at 7:30 on weekdays. I leave
home at 8:15 and walk to school. The school is near my house, so I don’t need to take the bus to
school. I just walk for about ten minutes. The lessons start at 8:30. I have seven lessons a day. I have
four lessons in the morning and three lessons in the afternoon. Lunch break is at 12:20. I usually have
lunch at school canteen, but sometimes I take packed lunch from home. The lessons start at 1:30 and
finish at 3 o’clock in the afternoon. I arrive home at about 3:30 on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. On
Wednesday and Friday I play soccer after school. We usually gather at about 4. I’m in the school team,
so we often practice on Saturday afternoon, too. I’m also a member of the music club at school. We
have a rock band. People call us “Rocky Teens”. I play the guitar. We usually practice music at the lunch
break between 1 - 1:30 and sometimes on Saturday morning. I usually do homework after dinner, but
I sometimes get up early and do my homework before breakfast.
Hi, my name is Linda
. My family is small, my father, my mother, my sister
Belinda and me. We live in a flat in a tall apartment block. I help my family
with the chores. I make my own bed. I set the table for dinner while mom
cooks. Every Wednesday afternoon my parents go shopping for food, and
I must take care of my sister Belinda and help her homework. My mother
cooks our meals, and sometimes my father helps her in the kitchen. I am
responsible for emptying the dishwasher.
are their responsibilities? Read the paragraphs and complete the charts.
Bill Bill’s father Bill’s mother Bill’s sister Bill's brother
take out the garbage
wash the car
weed the garden
Linda Linda’s father Linda’s mother Linda’s sister
Hi, my name is Bill. I live with my family in a big house. I have a sister and a
brother. We share many chores with our parents. My brother and I take out
the garbage. We are responsible for washing our father’s car once a month.
I weed the garden, and my brother waters the plants. We also make our
beds every morning. My sister, Nancy, loads the dishwasher after dinner
and vacuums the floor once a week. She also helps mom with the grocery
shopping every Saturday. My mother cooks for us and does the laundry. My
father is responsible for fixing anything broken at home.
that you are an American tourist, and you are visiting Mardin. Write a postcard to
your friend, Gale, in the USA. Follow the outline below.
1. Greet your friend.
2. Write where you are.
3. Write about the climate of the city.
4. Write about its historic sites and structures.
5. Write about its cuisine.
6. State your feelings about the place.
7. Say goodbye,
climate. Hot summer months follow the cold winters. Temperatures in
summer usually increase to 40 °C. The city is one of the oldest settled areas
in upper Mesopotamia. It was home to different civilizations such as Babylonians,
Hittites, Assyrians, Romans, Byzantines, Abbasid Caliphate and Seljuk Turks. It’s
a popular tourist destination with its cultural mosaics and unique architecture.
Mardin is the crossroad of different religions and cultures. There are many historic
mosques, churches and madrassas in Mardin. Great Mosque and Virgin Mary
Church are the most popular tourist attractions in the city. Mardin is also wellknown
for its unique cuisine. İkbebet, sembusek and harire are the best examples
of its cuisine. In recent years Mardin has become a center of attraction for many
people from different parts of the world. It is now a candidate for UNESCO’s List
of “Cities of World Heritage.”
sentences about the places in part A. Use the words given. Follow the example.
Look at the places in part A again. Which one do you prefer visiting? Write a short paragraph
to state your reasons. Follow the example.
modern old tall short
interesting fascinating entertaining beautiful
Example : I prefer visiting Sumela
Monastery because I
like discovering historic
structures and learning
about different cultures. To
me, it’s more exciting and
entertaining than visiting
modern structures or places.
I would rather visit historic
1. Burj Dubai
is a skyscraper in United Arab Emirates and is the tallest man-made structure in the
world. It is 829,8 meters tall.
2. Himeji Castle is in Japan. It’s one of the finest example of Japanese architecture.
3. Sumela Monastery is on the Zigana Mountains in Trabzon, Turkey. Local people also name the
monastery as “Meryem Ana” or “Virgin Mary”.
4. The Great Wall of China is one of the greatest wonders of the world. It stretches approximately
8851,8 kilometers from east to west of China.
5. The Tower of Pisa is a bell tower in Italy. It started to lean during its construction, and the tower
now leans at about 3,99 degrees at the top.
6. The London Eye is a giant Ferris wheel on the South Bank of the River Thames in London, the UK.
The entire structure is 135 meters tall, and the wheel has a diameter of 120 meters
A. Write the words on the
lines to make meaningful
phrases. Use your dictionary if
visit a museum
fly economy class
try the local food
stay at a hotel
B. Complete the conversation.
Use the answers and the
question words to help you.
Brian : So, where did you go
for your last vacation?
Sandra : I went to Vancouver,
at the photos in the
poster and write the names of
B. Read the information on
the poster and answer the
1. in-line skating, cycling, motor
2. first prize: $200; second prize:
$100: third prize: $50
3. skateboarding & cycling: August
7; In-line skating & go-karting:
August 8; at Green Park,
5. Adeline Sparks
C. Imagine that you are
planning to join one of the
competitions in the poster.
Which one do you prefer
joining? Write your reasons.
Follow the outline below.
I prefer joining go-karting
competition because I’m good at
driving a go-kart, and it is more
entertaining and interesting than
cycling. It’s also safer than motor
the words with the
definitions. Use your dictionary
B. Read the text and answer
1. Rock-climbing, parachute diving
and white-water rafting are
examples of adventure sports.
2. More than half a million people
are interested in rock-climbing
in the USA.
3. It is jumping off tall buildings,
towers and bridges using a
parachute. It’s dangerous.
C. Read the text again. Check
(✓) the items BASE jumpers
should take with them.
helmet, mobile phone, parachute,
shoes, first-aid kit
Look at the photos and
complete the crossword puzzle.
2. bungee jumping
4. parkour running
6. motor racing
8. hang gliding
at the chart and
answer the questions.
1. It’s about the number of
Internet users in the world.
3. The source of the information
4. Asia, Europe, North America,
South America, Africa, Middle
B. Study the chart and answer
2. 90 million
3. 640 million
4. 30 million
5. 2 billion 940 million
1. You can chat,
and tell people about
yourself by using social
2. You can get information from
your teachers and parents
about the best sites for you.
3. If you share your password with
a stranger, he/she can sign
in for you and do anything
dangerous using your
4. Don’t forget! Anything you put
on the Net can stay online
5. Online friends are not real
friends. Never agree to meet
an online friend in person.
6. Don’t be rude to the person
on the other side.
7. Tell your parents when
something makes you feel
the words in the word
Answers are given on the
reduced-size Workbook page.
B. Answer the questions below
about your Internet habits.
Students’ own answers.
A. Match the
with their names.
4. system unit
8. wireless modem
9. DVD discs
10. USB flash drive
B. What other computer parts
do you know? Write two more.
2. portable hard disk drive
✓ Fits to your pocket, packs a 4.3 inch WQVGA screen, QWERTY keyboard and 8 GB of storage.
✓ Translates from Turkish to English, French, German, Spanish and Italian, and between these
✓ Contains over 200,000 words for each language.
✓ Displays the text on screen.
✓ Recognizes your handwriting through its touchscreen display.
✓ Pronounces the words, phrases and sentences in a real human voice.
✓ Makes travelling around the world a fantastic experience!
Texting dominates teens’ general communication choices.
When asked generally about how they
communicate with people in their lives – not just about their friends, but about all kinds of people –
teens point to text messaging as the dominant daily mode of communication. Among all teens:
▶ 68% say that they use text messaging to communicate with others every day.
▶ 50% of teens make and receive voice calls on their mobile phones every day.
▶ 39% of all teens socialize with others in person outside of school on a daily basis.
▶ 30% of all teens exchange messages daily through social networking sites.
▶ 19% of teens talk on landlines with people in their lives daily.
▶ 9% of teens exchange email daily.
Teens do not have the interest in exchanging email. Nearly 9 in 10 teens say they never exchange
email. Talking on a landline is also less popular. Nearly 8 in 10 teens say that they never talk on a