Eso3. Unit 6. I Have Tried Adventure Sports... And I Love Them!

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ESO3. UNIT 6. I have tried adventure sports. . . And I love them!
Adventure sports
Opposite adjectives
Present Perfect
Just, ever


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What's your class group?

    • A.

      3rd ESO

    • B.

      4rth ESO

    Correct Answer
    A. 3rd ESO
    Explanation
    The given answer indicates that the class group the person belongs to is 3rd ESO.

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  • 2. 

    http://youtu.be/_I7iQZwbiSw LISTENING. Listen to the video and stop at  1:44. Tick only the CORRECT answers.

    • A.

      BASE jumpers use a parachute

    • B.

      The "S" in BASE means "spans", that is, bridges

    • C.

      In canoeing people don't use kayaks

    • D.

      Cliff diving started in Hawaii.

    • E.

      In white water rafting you climb rocks and go into caves

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. BASE jumpers use a parachute
    B. The "S" in BASE means "spans", that is, bridges
    D. Cliff diving started in Hawaii.
  • 3. 

    VOCABULARY. Whats the sport in the picture? Choose from the words below: rock climbing, bungee jumping, caving, free running, hang-gliding,  snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing, paragliding, bungee jumping.

    Correct Answer(s)
    rock climbing
    Explanation
    The sport in the picture is rock climbing.

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  • 4. 

    VOCABULARY. Whats the sport in the picture? Choose from the words below: rock climbing, bungee jumping, caving, free running, hang-gliding, snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing, paragliding, bungee jumping.

    Correct Answer(s)
    caving
    Explanation
    The correct answer is caving. Caving refers to the activity of exploring caves, usually underground. In the picture, there is a person wearing a helmet and headlamp, which are commonly used during caving expeditions. The person is also seen in a dark and narrow space, which further supports the idea of caving.

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  • 5. 

    VOCABULARY. Whats the sport in the picture? Choose from the words below: rock climbing, bungee jumping, caving, free running, hang-gliding,  snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing, paragliding, bungee jumping.

    Correct Answer(s)
    hang-gliding
    Explanation
    The sport in the picture is hang-gliding. Hang-gliding involves flying a light, non-motorized aircraft called a hang glider. The person in the picture is suspended from the glider and uses their body movements to control the direction and speed of the flight. It is a recreational activity that provides a thrilling experience of soaring through the air.

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  • 6. 

    VOCABULARY. Whats the sport in the picture? Choose from the words below: rock climbing, bungee jumping, caving, free running, hang-gliding,  snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing, paragliding, bungee jumping.

    Correct Answer(s)
    kayaking
    Explanation
    The correct answer is kayaking. Kayaking is a water sport where individuals use a small boat called a kayak to navigate through rivers, lakes, or the ocean. It involves using a double-bladed paddle to propel the kayak forward and steer it in different directions. In the given picture, the person is seen sitting in a kayak and holding a paddle, indicating that they are participating in the sport of kayaking.

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  • 7. 

    VOCABULARY. Whats the sport in the picture? Choose from the words below: rock climbing, bungee jumping, caving, free running, hang-gliding,  snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing, paragliding, bungee jumping.

    Correct Answer(s)
    windsurfing
    Explanation
    The sport in the picture is windsurfing.

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  • 8. 

    VOCABULARY. Whats the sport in the picture? Choose from the words below: rock climbing, bungee jumping, caving, free running, hang-gliding,  snorkelling, kayaking, windsurfing, paragliding, bungee jumping.

    Correct Answer(s)
    snorkelling
    Explanation
    The sport in the picture is snorkelling. Snorkelling involves swimming on or through a body of water while wearing a diving mask, a snorkel, and usually swimfins. It allows the person to observe underwater attractions such as coral reefs and marine life without the need for complicated diving equipment.

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  • 9. 

    GRAMMAR. Correct the sentences. Change the word bold. USE CAPITAL LETTERS PLEASE. Example: Has you finished your homework? > HAVE Has you ever been to England?   

    Correct Answer(s)
    HAVE
    have
    Have
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Have." In this sentence, the subject "you" is plural, so the correct form of the verb "have" should be used.

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  • 10. 

    Vinnie has had not a shower.   

    Correct Answer(s)
    HASN'T HAD
    HAS NOT HAD
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "hasn't had" or "has not had" because it is the correct negative form of the present perfect tense. The sentence suggests that Vinnie did not take a shower in the past. "Hasn't had" is the contraction of "has not had" and is commonly used in spoken and informal English.

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  • 11. 

    Did you ever been to New Zealand?   

    Correct Answer(s)
    have
    HAVE
    Have
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have, HAVE, Have." The question is asking about past experiences of going to New Zealand. The verb "have" is used in the present perfect tense to indicate past experiences. The capitalization of "HAVE" and "Have" is incorrect as it should be in lowercase.

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  • 12. 

    I just have had a sandwich.   

    Correct Answer(s)
    have just had
    HAVE JUST HAD
    've just had
    'VE JUST HAD
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have just had, HAVE JUST HAD, 've just had, 'VE JUST HAD". These are all variations of the present perfect tense used to describe an action that happened in the very recent past. In this case, the speaker is stating that they recently finished eating a sandwich.

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  • 13. 

    Have Fina finished watching that DVD?

    Correct Answer(s)
    HAS
    has
    Has
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Has, has, Has." The question is asking if Fina has finished watching the DVD. In English, when asking a question about the completion of an action, we use the auxiliary verb "has" with the subject "Fina." Since the subject is singular, we use "has" instead of "have." Therefore, the correct answer options are "Has, has, Has."

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  • 14. 

    I haven’t never seen a celebrity in real life.   

    Correct Answer(s)
    've never
    'VE NEVER
    haven't
    HAVEN'T
    have not
    HAVE NOT
    have never
    HAVE NEVER
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have never" because it is the correct negative form of the verb "have" in the present perfect tense. The sentence is expressing the speaker's lack of experience seeing a celebrity in real life.

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  • 15. 

    Gina has travelled never abroad.   

    Correct Answer(s)
    HAS NEVER TRAVELLED
    has never travelled
    's never travelled
    'S NEVER TRAVELLED
    hasn't travelled
    HASN'T TRAVELLED
    has not travelled
    HAS NOT TRAVELLED
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "has never travelled". This is the correct form of the present perfect tense to indicate that Gina has not travelled abroad at any point in the past. The other options are either incorrect grammar or use different verb tenses.

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  • 16. 

    I have been just cooking.   

    Correct Answer(s)
    have just been
    HAVE JUST BEEN
    've just been
    'VE JUST BEEN
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "have just been, HAVE JUST BEEN, 've just been, 'VE JUST BEEN". These are all correct forms of the present perfect continuous tense, which is used to describe an action that started in the past and is still ongoing. In this sentence, the speaker is indicating that they have been cooking recently.

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  • 17. 

    Has Ikram tried ever waterskiing?   

    Correct Answer(s)
    EVER TRIED
    ever tried
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "ever tried" because it is a question asking about whether or not Ikram has tried waterskiing in the past. The phrase "ever tried" is used to inquire about past experiences or actions.

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  • 18. 

    Has Bernat ever saw that film?

    Correct Answer(s)
    seen
    SEEN
    watched
    WATCHED
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "seen" and "SEEN". Both "seen" and "SEEN" are the past participle forms of the verb "see". The question is asking if Bernat has ever watched the film before, so the correct answer should indicate that Bernat has indeed seen the film. "watched" and "WATCHED" are not correct because they are the simple past tense forms of the verb "watch", which does not accurately convey the meaning of the question.

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  • 19. 

    READING. Read the text. Then tick ONLY the CORRECT answers. Parkour  Have you ever seen films of free runners moving  across the rooftops? This popular urban sport has  appeared in music videos, adverts and TV  programmes. But maybe you haven’t heard of its  origin, parkour.  Philippe Raymonde is a traceur or parkour  practitioner. He explains that with no rules or  competitions, parkour is more like a martial art than  a sport. He has tried karate in the past and finds  many similarities.  Parkour originated in France and has only become  popular internationally in recent years. The military  obstacle course was the inspiration for parkour. It  involves quick, precise movements, and traceurs  think of the mind and body as one. The aim is to  travel over obstacles by jumping, running and  climbing. Speed and efficiency is everything.  Free running, on the other hand, is more acrobatic,  and often contains ‘tricks’ which are absent from  parkour. More free runners prefer to work at great  heights, perhaps because of the danger. Both  activities require s

    • A.

      Parkour is very popular in TV ads and videoclips.

    • B.

      There are many rules

    • C.

      Philippe Raymonde finds karate similar to parkour

    • D.

      Parkour has been popular only in France

    • E.

      Parkour is less acrobatic than free running

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Parkour is very popular in TV ads and videoclips.
    C. Philippe Raymonde finds karate similar to parkour
    E. Parkour is less acrobatic than free running
    Explanation
    The correct answers are:
    - Parkour is very popular in TV ads and videoclips: The text mentions that parkour has appeared in music videos, adverts, and TV programmes, indicating its popularity in these mediums.
    - Philippe Raymonde finds karate similar to parkour: The text states that Philippe Raymonde, a traceur or parkour practitioner, has tried karate in the past and finds many similarities between the two, implying that he sees karate and parkour as similar.
    - Parkour is less acrobatic than free running: The text contrasts parkour with free running, stating that free running is more acrobatic and often contains tricks that are absent from parkour, suggesting that parkour is less acrobatic in nature.

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