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  • Workbook Overview Sayfa 8
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  • Theme 2 MY ENVIRONMENT Sayfa 15 – 22
  • Theme 3 MOVIES Sayfa 23 – 28
  • Theme 4 HUMAN IN NATURE Sayfa 29 – 36
  • Theme 5 INSPIRATIONAL PEOPLE Sayfa 37 – 42
  • Theme 6 BRIDGING CULTURES Sayfa 43 – 50
  • Theme 7 World heritage Sayfa 51 – 56
  • Theme 8 EMERGENCY AND HEALTH PROBLEMS Sayfa 57 – 64
  • Theme 9 INVITATIONS AND CELEBRATIONS Sayfa 65 – 70
  • Theme 10 TELEVISION AND SOCIAL MEDIA Sayfa 71 – 78
  • Reference / Visual Reference Sayfa 79 – 80

9. Sınıf İngilizce Meb Yayınları Çalışma Kitabı Cevapları 2019-2020

TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE

  1. Fill in the missing parts with countries and nationalities of the famous people in the pictures below.
  2. He is Jackie Chan. He is from China. He is Chinese.
    2. Ronaldo is from Portugal. He is Portuguese.
    3. Kate Winslet is from England. She is Englisch.
    4. Rafael Nadal is from Spain. He is Spanisch.
    5. Nicole Kidman is from Australia. She is Australia.

2- a) Find the jobs and write them.

  1. ACTOR
  2. ARCHITECT
  3. CHEMIST
  4. ENGINEER
  5. INSTRUCTOR
  6. MUSICIAN
  7. SCIENTIST
  8. WAITRESS

 

  1. b) Choose the correct words above to fill in the blanks.
  2. Aziz Sancar is a(n) scientist.
  3. Jackie Chan is a(n) actor.
  4. She is a(n) waitress at a café.
  5. A(n) chmist works in a laboratory.

3- Match the words with the pictures. Use a or an with the words.

g 1. an umbrella

f 2. an ID card

a 3. a mobile phone

b 4. a passport

h 5. a wallet

d 6. a notebook

c 7. a pen

e 8. a map


TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE

4- Read the dialogue and answer the questions.
a. Who is from Australia? Gabriela
b. How old is Pierre? 22
c. What does Sophia do? She does masters degree in teaching.

5- Match the halves to make sentences.

  1. Pierre is from b) France.
    2. Gabriela is d) an instructor.
    3. Canberra is the capital of e) Australia.
    4. Sophia is a) twenty-three years old.
    5. Pierre studies c) acting.

6- Read the statements and write true (T) or false (F).
(F) 1. Sophia, Pierre and Gabriela are all from England.
(F) 2. Pierre is from Paris.
(T) 3. All the students have different careers.
(T) 4. Pierre and Gabriella are of the same age.
(F) 5. Sophia is an actress and she studies acting.


8- Put the words in the correct order using to be (am /is /are.)
1. My teacher / England / from my teacher is from England.
2. at home / we We are at home.
3. seventeen / years old / I I am seventeen years old.
4. my pencils / bag / in / my My pencils are im my bag.
5. Katy and I / friends. Katy and I are friends.

9- a) Read the information and answer the questions.
1. What’s his name?
His name ise Alex.
2. How old is he?
His old is 17.
3. Where is he from?
He is from Greece.
4. What is his nationality?
His nationality is Greek.

b) Answer the questions about you.

1. What’s your name?
2. How old are you?
3. Where are you from?
4. What’s your nationality?

10- Look at the information in the chart about the people’s personal belongings in their bags and complete the sentences. Use have got / haven’t got or has got / hasn’t got.

1. Emily has got a city map.
2. Mert hasn’t got a notebook.
3. Simone and Pedro have got student ID cards.
4. Emily and Simone haven’t got a bottle of water.
5. Pedro hasn’t got a mobile phone.
6. Simone has got an umbrella.
9. Sınıf İngilizce Meb Yayınları Çalışma Kitabı Cevapları


1- Complete the sentences with the words from the box.
2- Complete the sentences to do the puzzle.

3- sister 6- doughter 7- aunt 8- uncle
1- brother 2- grandfather 4- mother 5- husband

3- Complete the dialogue with the suitable words or phrases.

Tourist : Excuse me
Woman : go – take – right – cross – turn

4- Read the texts quickly and match the cities with their countries

1. Sydney – b. Australia
2. Agra – c. India
3. Barcelona – a. Spain
5- Read the texts again and answer the questions.

6- Read the statements and complete the sentences with necessary information.

1. The people are very friendly in Barcelona.
2. The Opera House is the symbol of Sydney.
3. Sydney is a city in Australia.
4. Indian food is delicious.
5. The Taj Mahal is a gorgeous building in Agra.


7- Fill in the gaps with the possessive adjectives (my-your-his-her-its-our-their).

1- His 2- her 3- our 4- Their 5- Its 6- your 7- my

8- Look at the map. Give the directions.

9- Complete the text with the correct forms of the verb to be (am / is / are).

10- Introduce your best friend writing a paragraph as in exercise 9.


1- Complete the sentences to do the puzzle.

Across
1. The cars are in the garage.
6. The living room has got a sofa and a television.
8. There is a desk and a computer in the study.
Down
2. There is a swimming-pool in the garden.
3. The bathroom has got a shower.
4. There is a wardrobe in the bedroom.
5. There are flowers in the balcony.
7. There is a fridge in the kitchen.

2- Fill in the gaps with the given words.

wardrobe, bedside tables, wardrobe, bedside, bed, tables

Welcome to my world. This is my bedroom. There is a bed near the window and there are two bedside tables next to it. I have got two lamps on them. There are some pillows and my favourite toys on my bed. Opposite the bed, there is my desk. My computer and books are always on it. Next to my desk, there is my wardrobe. I have got two paintings on the wall.

3- Choose the correct option.

  1. There is a _______________ in the living room.
    a) sofa b) shower
    2. We keep our food in the _______________.
    a) bookcase b) fridge
    3. There is a navy blue _______________ under the table.
    a) curtain b) carpet
    4. There is a _______________ in the bathroom.
    a) shower b) drawer
    5. We have colourful _______________ on the sofa.
    a) cushions b) curtains

4- Read the text and tick (+) the true statements.

+ a. This house is an interesting house.
b. All the things in this house are in a star shape.
c. The house has got a big garden but there isn’t a swimming pool in it.
d. There are two bedrooms and a living room in this house.

5- Answer the questions.

  1. What is different about this house?

It’s a Sea Shell house.
2. How many rooms are there in this house?

There are six rooms.
3. What has the boy got in his bedroom?

He has, good a bed chest of drawers and a mirror.
4. Is this house interesting for you? Why? / Why not?

Ss’ own answers.

6- Write the words in the correct columns.

bed, fridge, sofa, cooker, sink, shower, chest of drawers, mirror, TV

Bedroom Bathroom Kitchen Living room
chers of drawers, bed, mirror shower, sink fridge, cooker, sink sofa, TV

7- Look at the picture and complete the blanks with the correct prepositions.

  1. There are books inthe bookcase.
    2. There is a painting onthe wall.
    3. The lamp is next to the TV.
    4. The carpet is under the coffee table.
    5. The sofa is near / in front of the bookcase.

8- Choose the correct words

  1. There is / There are some posters on my walls.
    2. There isn’t / There aren’t a waste basket in my bedroom.
    3. There isn’t / There aren’t any maps on my table.
    4. There is / There are an alarm clock on the bedside table.
    5. There isn’t / There aren’t a laptop on my desk.

9- Write positive and negative sentences with there is / there are / there isn’t / there aren’t.
1. plant / in my bedroom (+) There is a plant in my bedroom.
2. television / in the kitchen (-) There isn’t a television in the kitchen.
3. towels / in the bathroom (+) There are towels in the bathroom.
4. chairs / on the balcony (-) There arent chairs on the balcony.
5. garage / in the garden (-) There isn’t a garage in the garden.

10- Look at the picture of the kitchen. Ask and answer the questions

  1. Is there a fridge? Yes, there is.
  2. Are there chairs? No, there aren’t.
  3. Are there towels? No, there aren’t.
  4. Is there a cooker? Yes, there is.
  5. Is there a sink? Yes, there is..

11- Write the plural forms of the words.
cooker – cookers
family – familyes
watch – watches
boy – boys
child – children
towel – towels
balcony – balconies
woman – women


Not: Cevapların bir kısmı kısa süre içinde eklenecektir. 

2-B MY NEIGHBOURHOOD

Read the sentences below and find the correct words in the puzzle to complete them.

  1. library
  2. theatre
  3. café
  4. supermarket
  5. hospital
  6. museum
  7. pharmacy

2- Match the adjectives with their opposites.

  1. hot c) cold
    2. expensive d) cheap
    3. modern a) old
    4. big e) small
    5. lively b) boring

3- Choose the correct adjective.

  1. My city is very safe/unsafe. I can go out late at night. My city is very safe/unsafe. I can go out late at night.
    2. I can’t walk in streets they are very busy/quietat weekends.
    3. Paris is a crowded/uncrowded city. The streets are full of people.

4- Where are they? Choose the correct option.

  1. Where are they?
    a) They are at a theatre.
    b) They are at a post office.
    c) They are at a library.
  2. Where is the woman?
    a) She is at a pharmacy.
    b) She is at a café.
    c) She is at a bookshop.
  3. Where are these people?
    a) They are at a shopping mall.
    b) They are at a museum.
    c) They are at a supermarket.
  4. Where is the woman?
    a) She is at a bank.
    b) She is at a pharmacy.
    c) She is at a bookshop.

5- Read the text and answer the questions.

  1. Where is Viola from? She is from Norway.
    b. Where is she now? She is in Paris.

6- Read the sentences and write true (T) or false (F).

(T) 1. There are amazing historical buildings in Paris.
(F) 2. Paris is not a perfect city for tourists. // Paris is a perfect city for tourists
(T) 3. When you are in Paris, you can do different activities.
(T) 4. Oslo is the capital of Norway.
(F) 5. Viola doesn’t miss her peaceful life in Oslo. // Viola sometimes misses her peaceful life.

7- Write the words under the correct column.

big, quiet old, uncrowded busy, lively, small, modern, safe, crowded

Paris: big, old, crowded, lively, busy

Oslo: small, modern, uncrowded, quiet, safe


8- Fill in the gaps with the correct object pronouns.

him, them, her, you, me, us

  1. Susan is a very polite girl. Everybody likes her.
    2. The cat is under the chair. Can you see it?
    3. I’m very hungry. This pizza is for me.
    4. They have a new house. Let’s visit them.
    5. Take these flowers mum! They are for you.
    6. Our new house is great. Come and visit us.
    7. Johnny Depp is a famous actor. Everybody knows him.

9- Put the words in the correct order and make sentences

  1. Is this uncle Bill’s dog?
  2. This isn’t my teacher’s umbrella.
  3. Is he Emily’s grandpa?
  4. When is your mum’s birthday?
  5. It’s Liya’s room.

10- Fill in the blanks with this, that, these or those.

  1. That is our neighbour’s car. F
    2. These are David’s cats. F
    3. Those birds are beautiful. F
    4. Is this your teacher’s pen? F

11- Match the halves to make meaningful sentences.

  1. Milan is big ___ c. but İstanbul is bigger.
    2. Tokyo is more ___ e. crowded than Warsaw.
    3. Munich is rainy, but ___ d. London is rainier.
    4. Chicago is busier ___ a. than Sofia.
    5. İzmir is ___ b. hotter than Moscow.

REVIEW 1-2

  1. Write the numbers.
    1. 12=twelve
    2. 40=forty
    3. 67=sixty seven
    4. 22=twenty two
    5. 118=a hundred eighteen
    6. 305=three hundred five
  2. Read the sentences in the box and solve the family puzzle.

Nora is Daniel’s mother. Emma is Nora’s sister. Tom is Emma’s husband.
Michelle is Emma’s mother.
1. Tom is Daniel’s uncle.
2. Emma is Daniel’s aunt.
3. Daniel is Nora’s son.
4. Nora is Michelle’s daughter.
5. Michelle is Daniel’s grandmother.
6. Emma is Tom’s wife.

  1. Fill in the blanks with a or an.
    1. Her name is Sue. She’s a beautiful girl.
    2. He wants to be an astronaut.
    3. They have got a great idea.
    4. She’s reading an old comic.
    5. There is a blue English book on the desk.
  2. Circle the correct options to complete the dialogue.D. Circle the correct options to complete the dialogue.
    Nicole : Hello, Jackie. How (1) is / are you?
    Jackie : (2) I’m / She’s fine, thanks. How is (3) it / this going?
    Nicole : It’s OK. Thank you. Jackie, look! (4) This /Her is Amelia.
    Jackie : Hi, Amelia. Where are (5) she / you from?
    Amelia : Hi. I’m from (6) Spanish/Spain. (7) It’s / I’m nice to meet you, Jackie.
    Jackie : Nice to meet you (8) to/ too, Amelia. (9) I’m /  It’s sorry, it’s time for English class. Nicole : Bye Jackie. (10) Have / How a nice day!

E- Circle the correct options.Circle the correct options.
1. A : What’s you’re / your name? B : I’m / My name is Fred.
2. A : What is she/her nationality? B : Her/She is French.
3. A : What’s his /he’s job? B : He/ His is an engineer.
4. A : Where are they /their? B : In they/their room.
5. A : How old is you / your sister? B : I’m/She’s 12.

  1. Choose the correct options.
    1. _________________ is my sister.
    a) This b) Those
    2. _________________ are our bikes.
    a) That b) These
    3. _________________ birds on the tree are so big.
    a) That b) Those
    4. _________________ laptop is my favourite.
    a) That b) Those
    5. _________________ are my friends.
    a) This b) Those

  1. Choose the correct response.
    1. Good-bye. Have a nice day.
    a) It’s OK. Thank you. b) It’s nice to meet you. c) Thank you. You, too.
    2. Hello! How are you?
    a) Not bad, thanks. b) Welcome! c) Nice to meet you.
    3. Good evening, Sarah.
    a) Good night, Ms. Conner. See you.
    b) Hello. How are you, Ms. Conner?
    c) How about you, Ms. Conner?
    4. See you later.
    a) OK. Bye bye. b) I’m OK. Thanks. c) Not bad. How are you?
    5. This is my friend, Tony.
    a) Are you from Italy, Tony? b) Good bye, Tony. c) Nice to meet you, Tony.
  2. Read the statements and match them with the functions of is’.
    a) ’s = is
    b) ’s = has
    c) -s = plural
    d) ’s = possessive
    d)  1. My sister’s sons are at school.
    c)  2. Her family’s Italian.
    b)  3. David’s got a big house with garden.
    d)  4. Paul’s her sister’s husband.
    d)  5. My mum’s uncles are engineers.
    a)  6. There’s a bank on the corner.
  3. Complete the sentences with me, you, her, him, us, it, them.
    1. That film is great. I love it.
    2. She is a new student. I don’t know her.
    3. This is Sam. I go to school with him.
    4. They are our new neighbours. Let’s visit them.
    5. We are at home. Come and join us.
    6. This question isn’t easy. Can you help me?
    7. Today is your birthday. This party is for you.
  4. Look at the picture and make sentences using prepositions of place as in the example.
    1. carpet / floor                There is a carpet on the floor.
    2. vases / coffee table       Those are vases on the coffee table.
    3. plant / window              There is plant in front of the window.
    4. cushions / sofas            Those are cushions on the sofas.
    5. lamp / armchair / sofa   These is lamp between armchair and sofa.

biography, musical, sci-fi, horror, comedy, historical drama, animation

1- Match the movie types in the box with their comments below. One is extra.

Beautiful Mind: It is the story of John Nash. He is a mathematician with a Nobel Prize. One day, he accepts a secret work for his country and his life turns into a nightmare. biography

Liar Liar: If you love Jim Carrey, this film is pretty good fun and also one of Carrey’s most entertaining movies. comedy

Passengers: It is about two passengers on a 120-year journey to another planet. Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt have the lead roles. sci-fi

The Secret Life of Pets: What do your dogs, cats and birds do when you are not around? You can have an idea when you see this movie. It’s a sweet story about the relationship between pets and their owners. animation

La La Land: It is about a jazz pianist, Sebastian and an actress, Mia. They meet and fall in love in Los Angeles. Their dancing and singing performances are really breathtaking. musical

Lincoln: The director Steven Spielberg gives a perfect history lesson in this movie. Daniel Day Lewis has great acting as Lincoln. historical drama

2- Circle the correct option.
1. ”Plot” means
a) an idea b) a written story c) a visual effect
2. “Cast” means
a) people b) children c) all the actors in a film
3. “Setting” means
a) time and place b) live online c) a kind of movie
4. “Bomb” means
a) a successful movie b) a nice movie c) an unpopular movie
5. “Animation” means
a) cartoon-style b) a modern movie c) black-and-white
6. “Thrilling” means
a) amusing b) exciting c) ordinary

3- Fill in the sentences with the correct words / phrases below.

on the edge of my seat, waste your time, kicks the bucket, give two thumbs up, feel-good movie, unrealistic

  1. A: Did you enjoy the movie “Passengers”?
    B: For sure! I give two thumbs up to it.
    2. At the end of the movie, the old man passes awey.
    3. I’m not in the mood for watching a drama film tonight. How about watching a feel good movie?
    4. Don’ t waste your time  watching this film. It has terrible acting.
    5. I think the play is boring and the characters areunrealistic.
    6. I like action movies. They keep me on the edge of my seat.

4 – Look at the superheroes below. Which one is Dr. Strange?

5- Read the title and guess the type of the movie. Sci-fi film

6- Read the blog again and write True (T) or False (F).

(F) 1. Iron Man and Dr. Strange have the same kind of powers.
(F) 2. The movie Dr. Strange is just a science-fiction movie.
(T) 3. The director of the movie is Scott Derrickson.
(T) 4. Dr. Strange’s life changes after a terrible car accident.
(F) 5. Dr. Strange uses his powers to destroy the world.
(F) 6. There aren’t many special effects in Dr. Strange.
(T) 7. The blog writer wants to watch another movie about Dr. Strange.

7- Use the correct forms of the verbs in the box to complete the summary of Dr. Strange.

be, search, learn, think, save, have (2)

Most Marvel characters protect us from physical dangers. They have shields, special costumes and equipment. Dr. Strange is different from them. He is a kind of magician. Many people think he is the best Marvel character.

In the movie Dr. Strange Benedict Cumbercatch has the lead role. He is a perfect choice for this character. Our cool hero has a car accident and searches for a cure in South Asia. In this beautiful place he learne more about life and his powers. After that, he saves the world from a cruel enemy like all the other superheroes.


8- Complete the sentences with the correct words below.

eleventh, half past, quarter past, five past, quarter to, ten to, May, second

  1. It’s five o’clock now. Ten minutes ago, it was ten to five.
    2. It’s 7 p.m. now. Thirty minutes later, it’ll be seven thirty or half past seven.
    3. We write June 11, June 11th or 11 June, but we say the eleventh of June or June the eleventh.
    4. It’s 9 a.m. now. Fifteen minutes ago, it was quarter to nine.
    5. My birthday is on the fourteenth of May.
    6. We write April 2nd, but we say April the second.
    7. It’s eight p.m. now. Five minutes later, I mean at five past eight, the film starts.
    8. You say six fifteen or quarter past six.

9- Match the questions with the correct answers.

  1. Do you like going to the cinema? b) Yes, I do. Once a week.
    2. Is your sister an action movie addict? e) No, she isn’t.
    3. What type of movies do you dislike? d) Horror.
    4. Is Bradley Cooper your favourite actor? a) Absolutely. I’m crazy about him.
    5. What is your favourite movie type? f) Sci-fi. They keep me on the edge of my seat.
    6. Do you download movies from the Net? c) No. I never do it.

10- Complete the dialogue using the sentences in the box.

A: Hello, Sam. How is it going? (1)Are you free tomorrow?
B: Yes, I am. Why?
A: (2)Why don’t we go to the cinema? “Star Wars” is on at the Events Hall.
(3)Do you want to watch a sci-fi?
B: I am sorry, but I don’t like watching science fiction. (4)How about watching something more enjoyable?
A: OK. Let’s watch Eddie Murphy’s latest movie. I love his sense of humour.
B: It sounds great.

11- Complete the paragraph with the correct forms of the verbs in brackets.

Mia and Mason are twins. They are (be) both keen on sports, but they don’t like (not / like) the same things. Mia loves (love) handball. She playes (play) for her school team. She trains (train) on Fridays and Saturdays. Manson trains (train) a lot too, but he doesn’t plary (not / play) handball. He loves (love) dancing. He does (do) ballroom dancing at a dance academy. They encoy (enjoy) what they do, but they don’t want (not / want) to be professionals.


1- Look at the headings below and write hobbies from the box under each heading. You can add more.

reading books, taking photos, cycling, doing origami, knitting, snowboarding, playing chess, scuba diving, fencing, playing the guitar, writing poems

EXCITING
HOBBIES
CREATIVE
HOBBIES
RELAXING
HOBBIES
INDOOR
HOBBIES
EXPENSIVE
HOBBIES
snowboarding

scuba diving

fencing

writing poems

doing origami

knitting

reading books

doing origami

knitting

writing poems

playing the guitar

reading books

doing origami

knitting

writing poems

playing the guitar

playing chess

snowboarding

scuba diving

fencing

2- Now read the information about the people and find their favourite hobbies. Use the box in exercise

  • Vanessa is a creative person. She makes colourful hats and sweaters. She gives them to her friends. knitting
  • My sister is crazy about it. When she has some spare time, she goes out and tries to get the best images. Then, she shares all her work on the Net. taking photos
  • Oliver and Luke ride in a group every weekend. The group plans a tour. They all meet and ride along the route for about two hours. cycling
  • I’m a nature lover. I love the silence under the sea. I just get out of the city and go into the deep blue sea. scuba diving
  • I’m really into board games. But this one is my favourite. It exercises both sides of your brain. playing chess

3- Read and complete the text using the correct words / phrases from the box.

gives up, challenging, take up, boring, tries her hand at, misfortunes

Sarah works in an office all day. She thinks that she has a boring life. She wants to make some changes in her life so she decides to take up a hobby. She searches the Net and tries to find a challenging hobby to keep fit. She tries her hand at rock climbing, but she injures her leg badly in the first week. After two weeks, she goes on rock climbing. Sarah never misfortunes when there are.


4- Match the hobbies with the pictures.

(b) 1. collecting tea bags
(a) 2. carving eggshells
(c) 3. appearing on TV

5- Read the text and answer the following questions.

  1. Where does Geert Vinck live? He lives in Belgium
    2. Who does Geert Vinck exchange his tea bags with? He exchanges them with people from differend countries
    3. What Does Piotr Bockenheim use to carve eggshells? He uses a tiny electiric drill.
    4. Why do you need patience and practice to carve eggs? Because eggshells are fragile
    5. What is Paul Yarrow’s unusual hobby? He likes appearing on tv.
    6. What is Paul Yarrow’s ambition? His ambition is to appear on the realty show “Big Brother”

6- Match the words with their closest meanings.

(c) 1. reflect a) strange
(d) 2. exchange b) very small
(b) 3. tiny c) show
(e) 4. fragile d) swap
(a) 5. weird e) breakable


7- Complete the texts using the correct form of the given verbs.

bring, share, show, be, meet, love

Do you like photography? I love it! I am a member of a photography club. We meet every Monday morning at our favourite café. We bring our cameras and show our photos to each other. We also share our knowledge.

go, try, not cook, be, play, enjoy

My sister Stephanie is a very good cook. She really enjoys cooking cakes and biscuits. She doesnt cook them everyday. She tries new recipes on Saturdays because she is free.
Other family members are out of the house. Her husband plays golf and her children ____________ rollerblading.

8- Read the dialogue and fill in the gaps with the questions below.

Why do you do that?, Where do you collect them from? How many tea spoons do you have?, What do you collect?, What do you do for fun?

Carlos: (1)__I mean when you don’t have exams.
Namira: Well. I like collecting things.
Carlos: It sounds great. (2) What do you collect
Namira: Nothing special. Just tea spoons.
Carlos: That’s interesting. (3) Where do you collect them from
Namira: From all over the world.
Carlos: (4) Why do you do that.
Namira: I want to have tea spoons from every country in the end.
Carlos: Really? (5) How many tea spoons do you have?
Namira: Only twenty.

9- Answer these questions.

  1. What do you enjoy doing in your free time? I enjoy watching movie.
    2. Are you keen on sports? Yes I am keen on sport.
    3. Do you hang out with friends after school? Yes I hang out with friends after school.
    4. Which board games do you play? I play chess
    5. Does your best friend like reading books? Yes she likes reading books.
    6. What is your favourite kind of music? I like classical music.

1- Find ten geographical words in the wordsquare and categorize them in the correct column.

words related to water: ocean, river, lake, waterfall

words related to land: hill, forest, island, beach, mountain, desert

 

2- Fill in the blanks using the words below. One is extra.

  1. earthquakes – 2. drought – 3. hurricane – 4. flood – 5. avalanche – 6. tsunami

 

3- Match the words below to make collocations.

  1. e – 2. f – 3. a – 4. c – 5. b – 6. d

 

4- Read the statements below and use the collocations in exercise 3 to define them.

  1. natural disasters
  2. volcanic eruptions
  3. heavy rains
  4. river banks
  5. safety rules
  6. earthquake drills

5- Read Robbie’s e-mail from a summer camp. Match a-c with the parts of his e-mail.

  1. 3 – b. 1 – c. 2

 

6- Fill in the blanks with the time expressions in the box. One is extra.

  1. in the morning – 2. at 10 pm – 3. at nights – 4. at 6 am – 5. at 7 pm – 6. at noon – 7. in the afternoon

 

7- Read his e-mail again and write true (T) or false (F).

  1. (F) – There is a lake.
  2. (F) – The campers do the cleaning.
  3. (T)
  4. (F) – They sometimes try something new.
  5. (T)
  6. (T)

8- Fill in the blanks using am not, isn’t, aren’t, don’t or doesn’t.

  1. isn’t – 2. am not / don’t – 3. don’t – 4. aren’t
  2. isn’t / doesn’t – 6. don’t – 7. isn’t / doesn’t

 

9- Fill in the blanks using the correct forms of the verbs below. One is extra.

  1. gets dressed – 2. go shopping – 3. has lunch – 4. get up
  2. takes a shower – 6. brush their teeth – 7. works

 

10- Put the words in the correct order and rewrite the sentences.

  1. I take a shower twice a week.
  2. My mum usually makes a cake for me.
  3. Do you always get up early?
  4. Julia never eats pasta with cheese.
  5. We rarely reads an English story book.
  6. I take a dance class every Sunday.

1- Complete the sentences with the jobs.

  1. zoo keeper
  2. wildland fire-fighter
  3. explorer
  4. park ranger
  5. wildlife photographer

 

2- Match the pictures with the words.

  1. 6 – b. 3 – c. 5 – d. 7 – e. 11 – f. 9 – g. 10 – h. 2 – i. 1 – j. 4 – k. 8

 

3- Complete the text using the correct forms of the verbs in exercise 2.

Sırasıyla: fall, travels, climb, talks, swim, dives, feeds

 

4- Complete the sentences with the correct words.

  1. desert – 2. journey – 3. long-sleeved – 4. documentary – 5. take off

5- Read the text quickly. What is it about?

Cevap: B

 

6- Choose the correct option.

  1. b – 2. c – 3. a – 4. c – 5. a

7- Complete the sentences below with can or can’t using the information in the chart.

  1. can / can
  2. can / can’t
  3. can’t / can’t
  4. can’t / can
  5. can / can’t
  6. can’t / can

 

8- Write questions and answers with “can”.

  1. – Can Ivanka cycle? – Yes, she can.
  2. – Can Judy and Erica play with dolphins? – No, they can’t.
  3. – Can you sleep in a tent? – Yes, I can.
  4. – Can Joseph make a campfire? – No, he can’t.
  5. – Can Eva travel alone? – Yes, she can.
  6. – Can you go rock climbing? – No, I can’t.

 

9- Write the adverbs.

easy – easily

hard – hard

bad – badly

good – well

fast – fast

slow – slowly

careful – carefully

beautiful – beautifully

quick – quickly

 

10- Choose the correct adjective or adverb from exercise 9 to complete the sentences.

  1. easy – 2. hard – 3. fast – 4. beautiful – 5. badly – 6. carefully

7- Complete the sentences below with can or can’t using the information in the chart.

  1. can / can
  2. can / can’t
  3. can’t / can’t
  4. can’t / can
  5. can / can’t
  6. can’t / can

 

8- Write questions and answers with “can”.

  1. – Can Ivanka cycle? – Yes, she can.
  2. – Can Judy and Erica play with dolphins? – No, they can’t.
  3. – Can you sleep in a tent? – Yes, I can.
  4. – Can Joseph make a campfire? – No, he can’t.
  5. – Can Eva travel alone? – Yes, she can.
  6. – Can you go rock climbing? – No, I can’t.

8- Write questions and answers with “can”.

  1. – Can Ivanka cycle? – Yes, she can.
  2. – Can Judy and Erica play with dolphins? – No, they can’t.
  3. – Can you sleep in a tent? – Yes, I can.
  4. – Can Joseph make a campfire? – No, he can’t.
  5. – Can Eva travel alone? – Yes, she can.
  6. – Can you go rock climbing? – No, I can’t.

 


  1. THE CRÈME DE LA CRÈME

1- Find the ten words related to appearance and write.

  1. BALD
    2. BLONDE
    3. BRACES
    4. CURLY
    5. LOOSE
    6. MIDDLE-AGED
    7. MOUSTACHE
    8. SPIKY
    9. WAVY
    10. WELL-BUILT

2- Fill in the blanks using the correct words in exercise 1.

1- bald 2- curly 3- middle-aged 4- moustache 5- loose 6- blonde 7- well-bullt 8- braces

3- Match the words to make collocations.

1-e 2- d,b 3- c 4- a 5- b,e

4- Fill in the blanks using the correct collocations in exercise 3.

1- good-looking man

2- dyed hair

3- green eyes

4- dark skin

5- splky hair


5- Read the dialogue quickly and write the questions in the correct place.

6- Read the dialogue again and write true (T) or false (F).

1- T 4- T 5- T 6- T  

2- F (Brandon doesn’t have a photo of his brother)  

3- F (His brother it fither than him.)

7- F ()

8- F ()
9. Sınıf İngilizce Meb Yayınları Çalışma Kitabı Cevapları


7- Put the verbs below into the present continuous form to complete the sentences.

1- are clapping 2- Is – sitting – drinking 3- am not holding 4- are starding – eating

5- are – lppking 6- aren’t dancing 7- is smiling 8- are flying 9- is playing 10- is taking

8- Ask questions for the underlined words.

9- Answer the questions.

SS own answers.

10- Put the adjectives into the correct form.

2- bigger than 3- the thinnest 4- the most attractive 5- the most handsome 6- younger than – older 7- more good-looking than


B- YOUR PERSONALITY, YOUR POWER

1- Unscramble each of the clue words to find the personality adjectives. Then, write the letters in the numbered cells at the bottom.

GENEROUS – SINCERE – RIDICULOUS – JEALOUS – OUTGOING – HELPHUL – MODEST

DOWN OT EARTH

2- Fill in the blanks using the words in exercise 1.

1- helpful 2- generous  3- ridiculous 4- outgoing 5- down-to-earth 6- modest 7- sincere 8- jealous

3- Circle the correct word.

1- polite 2- Stubborn 3- Easy-going 4- Sensible

4- Circle the odd one out.

1- cap 2- clutch 3- suit 4- t-shirt


5- Read the blog quickly and choose the correct option. (b)

6- Read the blog and write true (T) or false (F).

1- F 2- T 3- F 4- T 5- T 6- T 7- F 8- T 9- F 10- F


7- Read the paragraph and answer the questions.

1- 13 2- No 3- Yes 4- Sarah

8- Rewrite the sentences using the word(s) in brackets.

2- Emma Watson is better than Kristen Stewart in the film.

3-  Mariah Carey is as rich as Rihanna.

4-  Avril Lavinge is less friendly than Taylor Swift. 

5- Bruno Mars is the most imaginative of all.

9- Find the mistakes. Rewrite the sentences correctly.

  1. Pop singers are popular than artists.
    Pop singers are more popular than artists.
  2. Basketball players are the most tallest sportsmen.
    Basketball players are the tallest sportsmen. 
  3. Actresses are as better as actors.
    Actresses are as good as actors. 
  4. Tom Cox is funnyer than Hugh Bixy in the film.
    Tom Cox is funnier than  Hugh Bixy in the film. 

10- Describe one of your family member’s personality and yours. Then compare yourselves.

Describe one of your family member’s personality and yours. Then compare yourselves. ( Bu kısım öğrenci tarafından yapılması gereken kısımdır. Kısa bir örnek yazacağım, siz de kendinize göre uyarlarsınız.)

Me: I am a funny person.                      My sister: She is a funny person.
I am brave and easy-going.                            She is not easy-going.
I am not stubborn.                                           She is stubborn.

– My sister is as funny as me.
– I am more easy-going than my sister.
– My sister is more stubborn than me.


1- Look at the pictures and write the correct form of the word in each blank.

She is looking at the menu.
He is serving the meal.

She is having lunch.

She is paying the bill.
She is ordering some food.

Choose the correct option.

  1. Children love candies because they are sour/ salty/ sweet.
    2. Don’t eat potato chips too much because they are salty/juicy/sour.
    3. Mexican food is spicy/fresh /sweet with lots of red peppers.
    4. We need some more lemons. The salad is not greasy/sour/salty enough.
    5. Please don’t fry the potatoes. I don’t like greasy/healthy/juicyfood.
    6. I love these oranges. They are fresh and salty /greasy / delicious.

Choose the best response.
1. A: Are you ready to order?
B: Oh, yes. ?
a) Can I have a chicken sandwich, please b) Can I have the bill, please
2. A: Would you like a dessert?
B: .
a) Green tea, please b) Ice cream, please
3. A: Would you like anything else?
B: .
a) Oh, here you are b) That’s all. Thank you
4. A: How would you like your coffee?
B: .
a) Black and no sugar, please b) In a cup, please
5. A: Would you like some olives in your salad?
B: .
a) Yes, please b) Yes, I sometimes do


4- Read the menu. Complete the missing headings with the words below.
Sırası ile; Starters, Main Dishes, Salads, Desserts, Drinks

5- Read the menu again. Write true (T), false (F) or don’t know (DK).

1- F 2- F 3- T 4- DK 5- F 6- T 7- F 8- DK 9- T

6- Choose your favourite food and drink. Give your order.

Bu etkinliği kendiniz yapınız.


7- Complete the questions with the words in the box.

  1. A: How often do you eat out? B: Once a week.
    2. A: What time do you usually have dinner? B: Between 7 p.m. and 8 p.m.
    3. A: Where do they have lunch? B: At school canteen.
    4. A: What do you usually have for breakfast? B: An omelette and orange juice.
    5. A: Why do you eat so much chocolate? B: I love it.
    6. A: How often water do you drink a day? B: Eight glasses.

8- Tick (ü) the right statements. Correct the wrong ones.

  1. The Italians have breakfast rarely before 7 a.m.
    2. Breakfast isn’t usually an important meal in Spain.
    3. Do Turkish people have always tea for breakfast?
    4. The Polish every morning eat fresh and warm bread.
    5. Sometimes we eat Chinese food.

9- Complete the statements with tag questions.

  1. They eat Yorkshire pudding a lot in the U.K., don’t they?
    2. The Japanese girl isn’t eating sushi, is she?
    3. The Chinese tourists are eating with chopsticks, aren’t they?
    4. Let’s eat out tonight, shall we?
    5. Schnitzel is popular in Austria, isn’t it?

10- Put the words in the correct order to make sentences.
1. usually / mother / kitchen / Jack and Sara / help / the / their / in

Jack and Sara usually help their mother in the kitchen.

  1. eats / lunch / He / sandwich / often / for / a

He often eats a sandwich for lunch

  1. My / nights / sometimes / late / friend / at / studies

My friend sometimes studies late at nights

  1. goes / walk / evening / My / always / for / in / grandmother / a / the

My grandmother always goes for a walk in the evening

  1. for / Robert / never / school / late / is

Robert is never late for school

11- Write true sentences about yourself for the activities in exercise 10.

I sometimes help my mother in the kitchen.


6 B – FOUR CORNERS OF THE WORLD

Joanna is a businesswoman and she travels a lot. Read about her typical travel day and choose the correct option to complete her sentences.

I fly every Monday and come back on Wednesdays. So I always buy a (1)_________ trip ticket. I get up early and get my little (2)_________ and arrive at the (3)__________. I go to the (4)_________ immediately. I give my (5)_________ and baggage to the officer. Then, I take my (6)_________ and go through the (7)__________. I find my boarding (8)_________ and I wait for the plane. When I hear the (9)_________, I board the plane with the other (10)__________. I fasten my (11)_________ and enjoy my trip.

  1. a) one-way b) round c) plane
    2. a) baggage b) passport c) boarding pass
    3. a) station b) bus stop c) airport
    4. a) gate b) security c) check-in desk
    5. a) passport b) photos c) boarding pass
    6. a) aisle b) baggage c) boarding pass
    7. a) airport b) security c) travel agency
    8. a) gate b) pass c) seat
    9. a) plane b) announcement c) boarding
    10. a) passport b) boarding pass c) passengers
    11. a) window seat b) seat belt c) aisle seat

2- Write about the weather in the following cities.

3- Write the directions on the compass.

4- Read the sentences about cities and fill in the blanks using the words.

  1. Athens is a(n) ancient city because it is very old.
    2. Paris is a very large and exciting city, so you never get bored there.
    3. Lublin is quiet and relaxing. There aren’t many people in it.
    4. Hyderabad is a very cheap place, so you can stay there with little money.
    5. London gets really stressful and crowded in summer months with many tourists.
    6. Nairobi is famous for its modern and energetic places to eat and drink.
    7. Hong Kong is the most exciting city in the world. You need to earn a lot to live there.
    8. Ottawa is boring because there is nothing much interesting there.

5- Read the web page, The Londonist. Write the correct question for each answer.

1- b 2- d 3- a 4- c 

6- Read the statements and write true (T) or false (F).

1- T 2- F 3- T 4- F 5- T 6- F

7- Read the statements below and match them with the questions in exercise 5.

2, 4, 1, 3


8- Decide if the sentences are right or wrong. Correct the wrong ones.

1- right 2- wrong – are talking 3- wrong – have 4- right 5- right 6- wrong – is learing

9- Choose the correct word to complete the sentences.

1- goes 2- are working 3- doesn’t 4- isn’t snowing 5- are 6- is blowing

10- Choose the correct conjunctions in brackets to join the sentences.

11- Read the answers. Then write questions using the prompts in the present simple or present continuous.


  1. Choose the correct option.

1- b 2- b 3- a 4- a 5- b 6- a 7- b 8- a

  1. Fill in the blanks using the correct words.
    4- sweet / 6- healthy / 1- fresh / 5- delicious / 3- salty / 2- juicy
  2. Read the situations below and match them with the idioms.

1- c 2- d 3- a 4- b

  1. Fill in the blanks using Present Continuous Tense.

1- is sitting 2- is wearing 3- is serving 4- are standing 5- are praparing

  1. Choose the correct option.

1- at weekends 2- now 3- at the moment 4- every day 5- in the evenings


  • Choose the correct options.
  • 1- c 2- b 3- c 4- a 5- b 6- c

    1. Fill in the blanks using the correct form of the verbs.
    2. Fill in the blanks using the correct form of the adjectives.

    1- bigger 2- famous 3- modern 4- rich 5- most beautiful 6- more expensive 7- forgets

    1. Tick () the correct sentences.

    1,2,5 1. Sıra   3,4 2. Sıra


    1. Fill in the sentences with the correct words from the box
    2. The Eiffel Tower is the most popular structure in Paris.
      2. There was a bronze statue of a lion in front of the pyramid.
      3. Every year millions of people visit Anıtkabir, the tomb of Atatürk.
      4. In this old town, there was a tall lighthouse to guide ships at sea.
      5. The king wanted to build a big temple for religious ceremonies.
    3. Complete the sentences to do the puzzle.

    Across 

    1. The old train station of the city is a fantastic structure.
      7. You can see the best collection of sculpture in this museum.
      8. This restaurant was a lighthouse for sailors in the past.
      9. There were different trees and plants on the garden terrace.

    Down 

    1. The people decided to construct a new temple after the strong earthquake.
      2. The soldiers wanted to destroy the village with bombs.
      4. The old castle is a ruin now. You can only see the walls.
      5. He left his homeland to live in a bigger country.
      6. The emperor called the most famous craftsman in the country to build his palace.
      7. The statue of the king stands in front of the building.
    2. Choose the closest meaning for the underlined words.
    3. I can’t take my eyes off the huge building. It’s breathtaking!
      b) I can’t stop looking at it.
    4. The skilful craftsmen constructed this beautiful tomb.
      b) They are good at their jobs.
    5. She wanted to give the children a gift to make them happy.
      a) a present
    6. Do you know the location of the museum?
      b) the place
    7. You can see his statue in every city because people wanted his memory to live.
    8. a) things to remember

    • Read the text and write the names of the places the family in the text visited.

    Sırası ile; Bodrum Maria, Ephesus, Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archeology, Bodrum Casstle

    1. Read the text. Number the sentences in the right order. 

    They saw the ruins of the temple and the Terrace Houses. (2)
    They saw the shipwrecks in the museum. (5)
    They climbed up the castle in Bodrum. (4)
    They had breakfast and left the hotel. (3)
    They took photos from the boat.  (7)
    They had a sightseeing tour in İzmir. (1)
    They ate fish and salad. (6)

    1. Answer the questions.
    2. When did they visit Turkey?
      Last June.

    2  How did they travel to Bodrum?
    By the tour bus.

    1. What did they do at Bodrum Castle?
      They watched the view and visited the museum.
    2. Where did they have lunch?
      At a restaurant at Bodrum Marina.
    3. What did they do in the afternoon?
      They swam and took a boat tour.
    4. Why didn’t they go back to İzmir?
      Because they wanted to stay one more day.

    1. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of was / were.
    2. The huge statue was really amazing.
      2. I was very happy to visit the old city.
      3. There were hundreds of people inside the museum.
      4. Where were you when I called you?
      5. Alex wasn’t in the history class yesterday. I think he was ill.
      6. Temples were important structures for Ancient Greeks.
      7. Was the tomb of the king in the pyramid?
    3. Complete the dialogue with was / wasn’t / were / weren’t.

    Brad : Where were you last week?
    Emma : I was on a school trip to New York.
    Brad : Really! How was it?
    Emma : It wasn’t great but it was quite interesting.
    Brad : What do you mean?
    Emma : The bus was very crowded, so it wasn’t very comfortable. But the city was wonderful.
    Brad : Did you also see the Statue of Liberty?
    Emma : Sure! It was fantastic.
    Brad :Were there teachers with you?
    Emma : Of course. Mr. Hyde and Mrs. Taylor were with us.
    Brad : Oh, now I understand. They weren’t at school last week!

    1. Complete the sentences with the past simple form of the verbs in the box.
    2. The archaeologists discovered an old city in Mexico last year.
      2. I was very tired yesterday, so I didn’t want to leave the hotel.
      3. ‘When did the workers construct the lighthouse?’ ‘In 1563.’
      4. The people used stones to build their houses in ancient times.
      5. Did the teacher like your project?’ ‘Yes, she loved it.’
      6. We visited the Grand Bazaar in İstanbul 2 years ago. It was great!
      7. They decided to take the train to go around Europe summer.
      8. Luckily, the earthquakes didn’t destroy the statue. It’s still beautiful.
    3. Rearrange the words to make sentences. Use the simple past form of the verbs.
    4. She visited the old town years ago.
    5. I didn’t plan a trip last summer. 
    6. I didn’t listen to the end of the story.
      4. Did you study for the history exam yesterday? 

    5.The queen wanted a tomb for her husband in 353 BC.


    1. Find the simple past forms of the irregular verbs in the puzzle and fll in the blanks.
    • build – built                         • buy – bought                              • choose – chose
      • come – came                       • cut – cut                                      • do – did
      • drink – drank                       • eat – ate                                     • get – got
      • give – gave                         • have – had                                 • know – knew
      • leave – left                          • read – read                                 • run – ran
      • see – saw                            • speak – spoke                            • think – thought
      • understand – understood     • win – won                                   • write – wrote
    1. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs.
    2. We booked the hotel and the tourist guide before our last trip.
      2. The temple was important for them, so they tried to protect it during the wars.
      3. What time did you get to Mexico?
      4. I need some money to buy tickets for the concert in the amphitheatre.
      5. Can you pick up my parents from the airport? They don’t know the city.
      6. I preferred to visit the museums in Milan, so I didn’t do shopping.
    3. Match the words with their definitions.
    4. dead tired : without energy.
      2. staircase : a group of steps and its surrounding walls.
      3. cable car : a transport system to travel up and down a mountain.
      4. watchtower : a high building used for protecting a place.

    • Read the texts. Which sentence is true for all three structures?

    Answer: b) They are in the New 7 Wonders list.

    1. Read the texts again. Tick (√) the correct boxes.

    There was a romantic story behind its construction. –> Taj Mahal
    It is the largest structure in the world. –>The Great Wall of China
    People used it for economic and political reasons. –>The Great Wall of China – Chichen Itza
    This site was once a place for animals. –> Chichen Itza
    It was a fine example of a religion. –>Taj Mahal
    This structure guided people for the movements of the sun.–> Chichen Itza

    1. Read again. Write true (T) or false (F).
    2. The Chinese people built the Wall because they wanted to protect their country. TRUE
    3. You can see the Great Wall from the space clearly. FALSE
      (You can’t see it from the space.)
    4. Shah Jahan built a beautiful tomb after he lost his wife. TRUE
    5. The pyramid in Chichen Itza was a famous mausoleum. FALSE
      (It wasn’t a mausoleum.)
    6. Chichen Itza is under protection now. TRUE

    1. Rewrite the sentences as in the example.
    2. I spoke to the guide at the entrance of the museum. (-)
      I didn’t speak to the guide at the entrance of the museum.
    3. She didn’t visit the historical sites in the city. (+)
      She visited the historical sites in the city.
    4. The group left the Great Wall early. (?)
      Did the group leave the Great Wall early?
    5. We gave our tickets to the ticket collector. (-)
      We didn’t give our tickets to the ticket collector.
    6. The students understood the history of the Pyramids. (?)
      Did the students understand the history of the pyramids?
    7. The teacher didn’t write the names of the group members.
      The teacher wrote the names of the group members.
    8. Complete the sentences with the simple past form of the verbs in brackets.
    9. When historians found (find) Göbeklitepe Temple, they got (get) excited.
      2. The archaeologists discovered (discover) a 3200 year-old lost city in Turkey.
      3. We didn’t see (not see) some of the rooms in the palace.
      4. Before the builders finished (finish) the statue, the king died (die).
      5. I looked (look) at the beautiful mountains from the watchtower.
      6. After we left (leave) our town, we missed (miss) our homeland.
      7. How many staircases did the tomb have (have)?
    10. Complete the text with the past simple form of the verbs in the box.

    Last week, our school booked a tour to the Tower of London. We were all excited to see a historical building. We all ran to the bus. Most students wanted to sit at the back. Mrs. Craig chose the most silent ones to sit there. Of course I was at one of the front seats, because I was curious about the view on the way. When we arrived, Mrs. Craig made groups of five students and we entered the building in turns. After we saw the jewels section, I went to see the sculptures of different animals. When I went down the stairs, I fell down and got late, so I hurried to find them. Mrs. Craig got really angry and I had to walk just next to her during the whole trip. It could be a great adventure for everyone, but not for me.

    1. Read the text in exercise 9 again. Complete the questions.
    2. Where did they go? ―The Tower of London.
      2. Who sat at the back of the bus? ―The most silent students.
      3. Did they see the jewels section? ―Yes, they did.
      4. Why was the girl late? ―Because she fell down the stairs.
      5. Was the trip a great adventure for her? ―No, it wasn’t.

     


    1. Label the photos with the health problems in the box.
    2. sore throat                                    2. a rash
      3. a fever                                           4. a toothache
      5. the flu                                            6. a runny nose
      7. a cough                                         8. sprain my wrist
      9. a backache                                   10. break my leg 
    3. Fill in the blanks with the health problems in exercise 1.
    4. Nick has a cough. It’s so loud that nobody can listen to the teacher.
      2. Emma has a rash on her arm. It’s very itchy.
      3. I think I have a sprained wrist. It hurts a lot while I am writing.
      4. My husband needs to go to the dentist immediately. He has a toothache. It is getting worse.
      5. If he has a backache, he shouldn’t carry anything heavy.
      6. My little daughter is sneezing and coughing a lot. I think she has the flu.
    5. Choose the right option. 
    6. b) who gives advice on what you should eat
      2. a) skin problems
      3. b) a doctor writes medicine on
      4. a) getting advice from a specialist
      5. b) becoming well again after an illness
      6. a) you feel uncomfortable with something

    1. Read the text and choose the suitable title.

    Answer: b) Common Problems Facing Teenagers

    1. Read the text and complete the blanks with the sentences below. There is one extra. 

    Sırasıyla; 

    1. c) You go through many changes.
      d) Almost all teens get some acne at some point.
      a) You shouldn’t spend too much time online.

    Fazla olan b’dir. Görselde de görebilirsiniz.

    1. Read again and write true (T) or false (F).
    2. Being a young adult is not as easy as everybody thinks. TRUE
      2. You want to spend time without your parents if you are a teenager. TRUE
      3. There is no relation between the hormones and acne. FALSE
      (Changing hormones cause acne.)
    3. There is no way to treat acne. FALSE
      (There are some good acne treatments.)
    4. Taking up a sport is always a good idea to manage stress. TRUE

    1. Complete the sentences with should shouldn’t using the verbs in the box.
    2. You shouldn’t chew gum with your dental braces.
      2. You should apply aloe vera gel for the rash on your hand.
      3. When you have a runny nose you should use a nose spray.
      4. People should’t take antibiotics without serious advice.
      5. When you have a stomachache, you should’t drink fizzy drinks.
    3. Rewrite the following sentences as in the example.
    4. It is a good idea for you to consult a dermatologist for the dark spots on your face. You should consult a dermatologist for the dark spots on your face.
    5. It’s not a good idea for her to apply her friend’s acne cream on her face. (shouldn’t) She shouldn’t apply her friend’s acne cream on her face.
    6. The best thing to do for her is to see the school counsellor. She feels depressed. (had better) She had better see the school counsellor.
    7. It’s better for him to stop playing too many computer games. His eyes hurt all the time. (ought to) He ought to stop playing too many computer games.
    8. It is not a good idea for us to stay up late or we’ll fall asleep during the test tomorrow. (had better not) We had better not stay up late or we’ll fall asleep during the test tomorrow.
    9. Write complete questions. Then answer them.
    10. Have you ever broken your leg?
      Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
    11. Have you ever attended a fire drill?
      Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
    12. Have you ever had a traffic accident?
      Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
    13. Have you ever cut your finger?
      Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
    14. Have you ever had a terrible toothache?
      Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
    15. Have you ever fallen off your bike?
      Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
    16. Choose the correct word. 
    17. Have you ever sprained your wrist?
      2. Pedro has had a terrible stomachache since morning.
      3. The doctor has just run some tests on the patient.
      4. I have never  felt like this. My headache is killing me!
      5. My friend and I have had a terrible sore throat for three days.
      7. Camilla has already consulted a doctor for her skin problem.
      8. The doctor hasn’t finished the operation yet.

    1. Write the names of the equipment under the pictures.
    2. apron    2. helmet   3. lab coat    4. backpack     5. goggles
    3. Match the words with their similar meanings. 
    4. install   ⇒  c) set up
      2. gather   ⇒ e) come together
      3. route  ⇒  f) way
      4. vital  ⇒ a) very important
      5. remove  ⇒ b) take off
      6. reduce ⇒ d) make less
    5. Fill in the blanks in the dialogue with the words below.

    Operator : 911. State your (1)emergency.
    Caller : My neighbour, Mrs. Stacey, fell down her front stairs.
    Operator : What is your (2)location?
    Caller : 1739 Thorn Street.
    Operator : Is she (3)injured?
    Caller : Yes, she can’t move her legs. I don’t know what to do.
    Operator : Try to (4)remain calm. If you can, put a pillow under her head and cover her with a blanket.
    Caller : OK, I’ll do my best.
    Operator : Don’t (5)hang up the phone. Help is on the way.

    1. Complete the paragraph with the correct phrases from the box.

    When a fire starts, it may not seem dangerous at first but don’t forget it (1)spreads very quickly. It mostly becomes very dangerous in less than 30 seconds. If something (2)catches on fire in your house, class or workplace, you can (3)put out the fire with a fire blanket or a (4)fire extinguisher. You must always be prepared for the fires and have (5)smoke detectors in your houses or offices. It is vital to practise (6)fire drills regularly.


    1. Read the following questions and choose the correct option.
    2. What does ATM stand for?    ⇒   a) Automated Teller Machine
      2. What does PIN stand for?     ⇒   b) Personal Identifcation Number
    3. Read the leaflet and choose the correct option.
    4. Don’t _________________ your bank card to anyone.  ⇒b) lend
    5. Deposit means to _________________ .    ⇒ b) put in
    6. You can ______money to your other accounts at an ATM. ⇒a) transfer
    7. You need a _________________ to use an ATM. ⇒ b) PIN
    8. You can _________________ money from an ATM. ⇒ b) withdraw
    9. Keep your PIN _________________ .    ⇒ a) secret
    10. Cover the _using your body or free hand when you use the ATM. ⇒b) keypad
    11. Don’t forget to take the __ with you after you get the money. ⇒ a) receipt

    1. Use must or musn’t and a verb from the list. 
    2. You must fasten your seat belt before the plane takes off.
      2. You mustn’t swim in this river. It’s very dangerous.
      3. You must keep the fire exit area clear for a safe escape.
      4. Workers must use safety equipment needed for their jobs.
      5. We mustn’t light fires on this beach.
      6. Children mustn’t play in this area.
      7. We mustn’t drink this water. It’s not clean.
    3. Choose the correct option.
    4. You ____ call the emergency services if you just have a cold. ⇒ b) mustn’t
    5. You ____ show your passport or identity card to get on a plane. ⇒ a) must
    6. Taylor ___wear special safety clothes because she works in an office. ⇒a) doesn’t have to
    7. You _____rest and drink lots of liquids if you have a cold. ⇒ c) should
    8. Swimmers __pay today. It’s free to swim on Wednesdays. ⇒ a) don’t have to
    9. You ______ let small children play with sharp objects. ⇒c) mustn’t
    10. Ben is a scientist. He ____ wear special gloves when he uses chemicals. ⇒c) has to
    11. You ___ keep medicines away from children and out of reach. ⇒a) must
    12. The Tennis Club in Edgewood High School has some rules for the club members. Look at the chart table below and put have to, don’t have to or mustn’t in the gaps. 
    13. You mustn’t sit or lean on the net.
      2. You don’t have to wear white clothes, but you must wear proper tennis shoes.
      3. You have to have your membership card with you, but you mustn’t use your mobile phone.
      4. You have to finish on time, but you don’t have to start on time.
      5. You don’t have to bring balls, but you have to bring your own tennis racquet.
      6. You have to keep the court clean and you musn’t eat or drink on the court.

    1. Choose the correct options. 
    2. Sailors find their routes with the help of the lighthouses .
      2. You can only see the ruins of the castle in the open air museum.
      3. The tomb structure of the queen is made of marble.
      4. They covered the ceiling of the temple with colourful icons.
      5. The archaeologists found the statue of the king under a historical site.
    3. Complete the sentences with the words / phrases below.
    4. Only a good craftsman can build beautiful buildings.
      2. Historians want to see the heritages on their own locations.
      3. Egypt is the homeland of pharaohs and pyramids.
      4. Most of the historical heritages are important structures.
      5. The temple is so beautiful that the visitors can’t take their eyes off it.
    5. Choose the correct options.
    6. When you have a rash on your skin, you should see a dermatologist.
      2. Jane fell off her bike and sprained her ankle.
      3. The fever has started to go down after the syrup. He feels much better now.
      4. Nigel put on his helmet and then got on his motorcycle for a short tour.
      5. It’s not a good idea to engage in rough play around the swimming pool.
      6. You can only get antibiotics when your doctor writes a prescription.
      7. I think everybody should memorise the emergency service numbers.
    7. Complete the sentences with the correct expressions below.
    8. Why don’t you start pilates to get back into shape?
      2. When I use acne creams too much, they dry out my skin.
      3. You never keep up with your diet programme. Whenever I see you, you eat junk food.
      4. If you don’t want your acne to spread, you had better keep your hands away from your face.
    9. Write the sentences from the box to make a meaningful dialogue.

    A : What is wrong with you today? You look pale.
    B : I couldn’t sleep well last night. My toothache is killing me.
    A : Did you go to the dentist?
    B : Of course not. I am afraid of going to the dentist.
    A : There is no escape. You should see a dentist before it’s too late.
    B : OK, I will. I don’t want another sleepless night


    1. Complete the sentences with was wasn’t were or weren’t. 
    2. James was tired, so he wasn’t at the cinema with his friends.
      2. The book was very old and some parts weren’t good enough to read.
      3. The children were ill, so they weren’t at school yesterday.
      4. I was lost most of the time and I was nervous during my journey.
      5. Tina’s parents weren’t at home yesterday, so she was lonely.
    3. Complete the mail with the past form of the verbs in brackets.

    Dear Lena,

    Thanks for the tickets. I really liked (like) the museum of the world heritage. I went (go) there with my sister. We really enjoyed (enjoy) the visit. I joined (join) the tour for the statue section but my sister didn’t want (not want) to come with me. She preferred (prefer) to see the simulation part. This morning I chatted (chat) with Robin about the museum. He would like to visit there, too.

    1. Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

    Adam : How was (be) your holiday?
    Kyle : It was (be) really good. We went (go) to India and saw (see) Taj Mahal. Adam : How long did you stay (stay) there?
    Kyle : Two weeks, but it was (be) so nice that we didn’t want (not want) to come back.
    Adam : Really? I want to see there too.

    1. Fill in the gaps using should, shouldn’t, have to, don’t have to, doesn’t have to or mustn’t.
    2. Her eyes hurt all the time. She should stop watching too much TV.
      2. I have to wear a helmet and goggles at work. They’re for my safety.
      3. You mustn’t eat or drink anything around the pool. It’s the rule.
      4. Kylie doesn’t have to bring her own lab coat for her science class. She can use the ones in the lab.
      5. Daniel always goes to school on an empty stomach. He shouldn’t leave without having breakfast.
      6. We don’t have to get up early on Sunday. We don’t work on that day.
    3. Complete the sentences using the verbs in the present perfect.
    4. Valerie has cut her finger and it’s bleeding.
      2. I haven’t gone to school this week because I’ve got the flu and I feel weak.
      3. Tim has broken his arm and now it’s in plaster.
      4. Meg has lost a lot of weight. She looks thinner and younger now.
      5. Mr. and Mrs. Casey have consulted a nutritionist to go on a diet.
      6. Ethan hasn’t finished writing the report yet. He wants to complete it another day.

    1. Match the speech bubbles with the party types.

    surprise party __3__
    barbecue party __1__
    farewell party __4__
    slumber party __2__
    birthday party __7__
    graduation party __5__
    fancy dress party __6__

    1. Think about the party types. Choose the odd one out.
    2.  address cards
      2.  pillows
      3.  cooking gloves
      4.  pyjamas
      5.  barbecue pit
    3. Write the words under the correct category. 

    Party preparations ⇒ plan, do shopping, cook, choose CD’s, make decorations, wear costumes
    Party activities ⇒ eat and drink, dance, sing karaoke songs, put out candles, play games

    1. Complete the dialogue with the missing lines. 

    Gina: Hi, Adrian. What are you up to this Saturday?
    Adrian: I’m going to be at the basketball training.
    Gina: Really. We are planning a farewell party for Leon. Would you like to join?
    Adrian: Oh, I’d love to. What time?
    Gina: It starts at 5.00 in the afternoon. Please try to come.
    Adrian: My training finishes at 4.30. I think I can make it.
    Gina: That’s wonderful!
    Adrian: Do you need anything?
    Gina: I am going to make decorations. You can bring some CD’s.
    Adrian: All right. See you then!


    1. Read Angelica’s plans for her 18th birthday party and choose the correct option.

    Answer: c) She is happy because her new age is going to start with different activities.

    1. Read the text again and write true (T) or false (F).
    2. Angelica is going to give a party at her house. False
      (The party is going to be at her grandparents’ house)
      2. They are going to have a barbecue. True
      3. There is going to be music and dance.  True
      4. Angelica’s parents are going to do something for her. True
      5. Her friends are going to leave after the party. False
      (She is preparing)
      6. She feels very excited about her new age. True
    3. Complete Angelica’s birthday party invitation letter with the information from the text and your ideas. ( Bu kısım öğrencinin kendi cevapları olmalıdır.)

    Dear Ayşe,

    It’s my 18th birthday next Saturday. I am going to throw a party at my parents’ house. It starts at six and finishes late. It is a birthday party. We are going to eat cake and pie. After the party, we are going to dance and sing karaoke. Can you bring some drinks?

    I hope you can make it.

    Angelica


    1. Look at the table below. Write questions and answers.
    2. Are Janet and Tom going to give a barbecue party?
      Yes, they are.
    3. Are Janet and Tom going to cook for the party?
      No, they aren’t.
    4. Is Nicolas going to make decorations?
      No, he isn’t.
    5. Are Janet and Tom going to play music?
      Yes, they are.
    6. Is Nicolas going to dance?
      Yes, he is.
    7. Are Janet and Tom going to do the cleaning after the party?
      No, they aren’t.
    8. You are going to give a party. Write true sentences for you.
      ( Bu kısımda kendi cevaplarınızı yazmalısınız.)
    9. I am going to throw a surprise party. / I am not going to throw a surprise party.
    10. I am going to do shopping
    11. I am not going to sing.
    12. I am going to dance all night.
    13. I am going to play games.
    14. I am not going to wear interesting costume.

    1. Write the words under the correct heading. 

    fruit and vegetables ⇒ banana, watermelon, carrot, mushroom, peas, tomato, carrot, grapes, watermelon, broccoli

    dairy products ⇒ egg, milk, butter, cheese

    meat and fish ⇒ beef, chicken, tuna

    drinks ⇒ orange juice, milk, water, tea

    1. Write the shops next to the expressions.
    2. What size are you?   clothes shop
      2. How many kilos of oranges do you need?     green grocer’s
      3. This one is in the best-sellers’ list.      bookshop
      4. Sorry, we are out of bread.      baker’s
      5. I’d like a bottle of milk.     supermarket
      6. I am looking for a big teddy bear.     toyshop
    3. Write the items in the shopping basket.
    4. a bottle of orange juice
      2. a packet of butter
      3. a slice of cheese
      4. a kilo of sugar
      5. a dozen of pencils
      6. a box of matches
      7. a loaf of bread
    5. Complete the text using the words below.

    I live in Kemalpaşa in İzmir. It is famous for its cherries. Next week, we are going to celebrate the first harvest of cherries. My parents are farmers and they plan to get ready for the festival early. The day before the festival is very important and we are going to rush to the cherry gardens to pick up the first cherries. As it is spring time, all the kids are going to play in the open air, have fun and fly kites. The festival lasts for nine days. Hundreds of people from the city are going to visit our town and purchase our delicious cherries. In this way, all the villagers are going to gain enough money to start the season.


    1. Read the announcements of the different celebrations and match them with the pictures. 
    2. B  2.  C 3.  A
    3. Match the activities with the announcements.
    4. It includes mask balls. A
      2. There is an extra activity if you pay for all.  C
      3. You can try a ride in a boat here. A
      4. You don’t have to pay for this event. B
      5. It repeats every month. B
      6. There are performers from other countries. C
    5. Write an announcement for a celebration in your country. 
      ( Öğrencinin kendi cevabı olmalıdır. )

    DO YOU WANT TO JOIN CHERRY FESTIVAL?
    IT’S TIME TO DANCE AND EAT SOME CHERRY.
    We meet in front of the big garden every year. There will be a competition.
    Time: Saturday
    Place: Big garden
    Fee : Free
    Why don’t you join us and eat some cherry?


    1. Complete the sentences with some  / any / a lot of.
    2. I don’t want any sugar in my tea.
      2. Let’s buy some more oranges. We need a lot of oranges to make juice.
      3. Sorry, we don’t sell any milk here.
      4. Could you please make some sandwiches for the party?
      5. I like fruit very much. Please buy some / a lot of apples and coconuts for me.
      6. There are some / a lot of sweets in the cupboard.
      7. I’d like some cucumbers in my salad, please.
      8. Is there any cheese in the fridge?
    3. Choose the correct alternatives.
    4. We don’t have any drinks. Let’s go and buy some .
      2. I can’t eat this hot dog. There is a lot of ketchup in it.
      3. Put some cheese in your soup. It tastes much better with cheese.
      4. I don’t want to see any sausages in my pizza.
      5. Would you like some milk in your tea?
      6. Sue drinks a lot of coffee before the exams.
    5. Write questions with how much / how many. Then match them with the answers.
    6. How much milk do you drink a day?
      c) Two glasses. It’s healthy.
    7. How much chocolate do you eat a day?
      d) Two packets. I love it too much.
    8. How many kilos of oranges do you buy a week?
      e) Five kilos. I like fruit juice
    9. How many sandwiches do you eat a week?
      a) Seven. I eat one every day
    10. How much coffee do you drink before exams?
      b) A lot of. Because I don’t want to sleep.
    11. Correct the mistakes and rewrite the sentences. 
    12. There is any milk in the fridge.
      There is some milk in the fridge.
    13. There is a lot of biscuits on the table.
      There are a lot of biscuits on the table.
    14. We haven’t got some sauce for the pasta.
      We haven’t got any sauce for the pasta.
    15. There aren’t some apples on the plate, but there are any strawberries.
      There aren’t any apples on the plate but there are some strawberries.
    16. Have you got some fruit juice?
      Have you got any fruit juice?
    17. There are some cheese in this cake.
      There is some cheese in this cake.

    1. a) Match the two word columns.
    2. share  ⇒   d. selfies on Whats**App
      2. search ⇒  e. the Inter**net
      3. turn ⇒    b. bluetooth on
      4. follow ⇒   f. the news on Twi**tter
      5. download   ⇒   a. music
      6. find  ⇒  c. school friends on Face**book
    3. b) Complete the sentences using the phrases in exercise a.
    4. I like to follow the news on Twi**tter. It is the best place for the latest information around the world.
    5. You should turn bluetooth on to connect your smartphone to your laptop.
    6. My grandma wants to share selfies on what**sapp with the family members, but she doesn’t know how to do it.
    7. It’s great to find school friends on Face**book. Now, I have a special group with my friends from primary school and we chat about good old days.
    8. You can download music to your mobile phone from the Internet and make your own playlist.
    9. Sarah will prepare a project about safety at home. She has to search the Inte**rnet to get some information.
    10. Fill in the blanks using the verbs below.
    11. My elder brother is always online and sends messages to his friends every second. My parents complain about him.
    12. Sorry, but I disagree with you. I think it is better to talk to people face to face.
    13. It’s difficult for me to live without my smartphone. It makes things easier for me. I send e-mails and documents, take photos and even do my homework using it.
    14. Is it a bad habit to reach for my phone when I wake up?
    15. Fiona will go on with her digital diet. She feels much happier and has a lot more time for her family and friends.
    16. It’s easy to keep in touch with my friends using social media.
    17. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words.
    18. I’ve just moved to a new house and I don’t have an Internet connection yet.
    19. Can I connect my laptop to your printer?
    20. Social media helps us stay connected with the rest of the world.
      1. I started yoga classes six months ago. It became an addiction for me!
    21. Lisa is a book addict. When she reads a good book, she forgets to eat or sleep.

    1. Read the interview between Laura and Mr. Martinez. What does Mr. Martinez do? Circle the correct option.

    Answer: b) Digital media teacher

    1. Read the interview again. Write true (T) or false (F).
    2. Laura has to make a presentation for her Biology class. FALSE (ICT class)
    3. A digital footprint is the information about you on the internet. True
    4. Laura will be careful when she uses the internet.  True
    5. You can share anything you want for a good digital footprint. True
    6. You should only visit websites about schools. False
      (You should visit useful websites.)
    7. It is not important to be respectful to other people online. False
      (You should be respectful.)
    8. Complete the sentences with the words/phrases below.
    9. We were all ears when she told us about digital footprints.
      2. Thank you for accepting my friend request on Inst**agram.
      3. I’m very grateful that you like all my photos on Face**book.
      4. You can clear your posts on Twi**tter, but your traces stay there forever.
      5. I have to prepare a report for my ICT class.

    1. Circle the correct option.

    Olivia: What are you reading?
    Daniel: I’m reading a magazine called ‘Digital World’. It’s about digital trends that (1) will  change in the future.
    Olivia: Well, one thing is sure. We (2) won’t send text messages any more. We (3) will use text messages only for emergencies.
    Daniel: No doubt about it. Messaging apps are more popular.
    Olivia: And I think we (4) will  share a taste or a smell using our smartphones.
    Daniel: No way! I don’t think things (5) will  change that much.
    Olivia: We (6) will  wait and see!

    1. a) Fill in will / won’t. Is the person optimistic or pessimistic?

    In 2100, our lives (1) will be much better than today. We (2) will live in peace and there (3) won’t be any wars in the world. We (4) will start to build cities on Mars and some of us (5) will live there. We (6) won’t have any fossil fuels, but scientists (7) will find new energy sources. We (8) won’t have any classrooms or schools. Students (9) will learn everything online.

    1. b) Now write five predictions about life in 2100. Are you optimistic or pessimistic? ( Bu kısıma sizin cevap vermeniz gereklidir.)

    In 2100, we will have a better life than today.
    We won’t use paper money.
    We will go to work or school by small planes.
    We will use our cell phone as credit cards.

    1. Complete the dialogues with will / won’t and the correct verb from the list.
    2. A: Nina, your room is in a mess and you are in front of the computer again?
      B: OK, mum. I promise I will tidy it today.
    3. A: Are you ready to watch the Academy Awards online?
      B: No. I will watch my favourite documentary on TV.
    4. A: Don’t look at your phone, Steven!
      B: I’m really sorry. It won’t happen again.
    5. A: Oh, hello Terry. I can’t talk now. I’m at work.
      B: Sorry, Vanessa. I will call you later.
    6. A: I think there is a problem with my charger.
      B: No problem. I won’t use mine. You can take it.
    7. A: What are your plans for tonight?
      B: I probably won’t do anything special. Just sit and watch a TV series.
    8. A: Do you think people will stop using social media?
      B: I don’t think so. We are all social media freaks.
    9. A: I can’t send these photos to my friends.
      B: Don’t worry, grandpa. I will help you.

    9. Sınıf İngilizce Meb Yayınları Çalışma Kitabı Cevapları


    1. Complete the sentences with the correct type of TV programmes below.
    2. Last night I watched the first episode of the new TV series. The story was quite interesting.
    3. It’s a fantastic quiz show. If you answer 10 questions correctly, you’ll be a millionaire.
    4. The best way of learning “what’s happening in the world” is to watch the news or read a paper.
    5. Turn the TV on, please. My favourite chat show is about to start. Today Larissa is hosting Tom Hanks.
    6. Sometimes I watch a documentary about wildlife under the sea to feel relaxed.
    7. I have written down several recipes from the cooking programme on Channel 4. I will try them this weekend.
    8. Are you watching a cartoon? Aren’t you a little old for talking rabbits and flying horses?
    9. Complete the paragraph with the words in the box.

    The Future of Television

    I don’t think we will have television in the future. We will use a computer instead. We will just tell the computer what type of programmes we like (such as documentaries, TV series, reality shows, etc.) and it will connect to another computer on the other side of the world. It will search for those programmes and then give us a menu to choose from. Most probably, mouse will replace with remote control. We won’t zap the channels to find our favourite programme.

    1. Fill in the blanks with the phrases below.
    2. A: Could you switch the channel to my favourite travel programme?
      B: Oh, honey. You’re just an armchair traveller. You are always watching the travel programmes over and over again.
    3. A: Aren’t you fed up with watching ads on TV?
      B: I love the slogans in them.
    4. A: Have you started your digital diet yet?
      B: Yes, I have. It is just a piece of cake for me.
    5. A: How long will you stay in Beijing?
      B: Two months. I know it’s too long.
      A: Don’t worry, we can keep in touch on Sk**ype.

    1. a) Fill in the gaps with the given words below.
    2. I always switch to a different channel during a commercial break.
      2. Advertisements never give true information about products.
      3. I never skip television commercials. I find them enjoyable.
      4. I like watching ads if I am interested in the product.
      5. Some ads are humorous and interesting enough to watch, but some of them are totally worthless.
      6. I think stupid commercials are the most memorable.
    3. b) Tick (√) the sentences you agree.

    Bu kısmı siz yapmalısınız. Katıldığınız kısımlara tik işareti koyun.

    1. Read the text and write True (T) or False (F).
    2. According to the new research, viewers never want to see commercials on TV.  FALSE (They find it enjoyable and helpful.)
    3. Commercials are a good source for TV channels to earn money. True
    4. While you are watching ads, you never get necessary information about products. False (Ads give information.)
    5. All commercial slogans are the same. False (They are unique.)
    6. Humour always attracts your attention. True

    1. Match each sentence with one of the descriptions below.
    2. The bus is leaving in two minutes. Stop looking at your phone. B
    3. It’s Sue’s birthday next week, so I am going to buy her some DVDs. F
    4. I won’t tell you what happened at the end of the movie. I promise. E
    5. This documentary is really boring. I will change the channel. D
    6. Look at the surfng gorilla in the movie. Oh! It’s going to fall into the sea. A
      6.I am sure you will have a wonderful time while you’re watching La La Land. C
    7. I am off tomorrow. I’m going to zap through the channels all day. F
    8. I feel really tired. I won’t watch tonight’s episode of Teen Wolf. D
    9. I can’t stay with you after school tomorrow. I am watching my brother’s rehearsal. B
    10. I hope social media will disappear in the future. C
    11. Complete the dialogue with “will future” or “be going to future” using the verbs in brackets.

    Ken: What are your plans for this weekend, Carla?
    Carla: I am going to see (see) a new play on Saturday at the Odeon Theatre. Ken: Have you bought the tickets, yet?
    Carla: Not yet, but I am going to buy (buy) them this afternoon. Would you like to come?
    Ken: Yes, it would be very nice.
    Carla: OK. I will buy (buy) a ticket for you, too.
    Ken: Great . What time does the play start?
    Carla: At eight o’clock.
    Ken: That’s fine. I will be (be) there around 7.15. Oh, one more thing. I’ve got no money at the moment. I will pay (pay) for the ticket on Saturday. Is that OK?
    Carla: Yes, that’s OK, no problem.

    1. Circle the correct option.
    2. Monica and Harry are getting in the next episode next week.
    3. My son is always playing with his phone. He is going to fail his exams.
    4. A: I can’t find the remote control anywhere.
      B: Don’t worry, I am will help you find it.
    5. Be careful! You are going to break the vase.
    6. The popcorn and coke are ready for the movie night. We are watching Avengers.
    7. A: Do you know what to buy your grandmother for her birthday?
      B: Yes, I am going to buy her a smart phone.
    8. Don’t take your friend’s tablet without his permission or he will get angry with you.
    9. We have made all the arrangements and preparations for the school play. We will act on Tuesday evening.

    1. Match the pictures with the party types.

    Sırası ile; barbecue party, graduation party, slumber party, farewell party, fancy dress party

    1. Write the names of the shops.
    2. You can buy sausages at the butcher’s.
      2. You can buy vegetables at the green grocer’s.
      3. You can buy trousers at the clothes shop.
      4. You can buy bread at the baker’s.
      5. You can buy a magazine at the newsagent’s.
    3. Match the words with the correct food types

    dairy products : yoghurt, milk 
    vegetables : mushrooms, onions, peppers 
    fruit : bananas, lemons 
    meat : beef, chicken

    1. Complete the sentences with the phrasal verbs in the box.
    2. Let’s turn on the radio and listen to the weather forecast.
      2. You had better throw away all the broken toys to make some space in your kids’ room.
      3. I searched the N*et to find out about the life and works of Picasso.
      4. If you go on a diet with the help of a nutritionist, you can safely lose weight.
    3. Complete the sentences with the words / phrases in the box.
    4. After a tiring day, I go home and feel relaxed in my comfy armchair.
      2. If you don’t want to miss the train, grab your handbag and leave home at once.
      3. When I hit the sack, I can read only for a few minutes before I fall asleep.
      4. It’s nonsense to watch all those soap operas. The plot is so predictable.
      5. I am a fan of “Big Bang Theory”. I love the sense of humour of all the characters.
      6. Our team is so strong. It will be a piece of cake to win the match.
    5. Complete the sentences with be going to and the verbs in brackets.
    6. Sue isn’t going to invite (not invite) some of her friends to her party.
      2. I am going to spend (spend) all my money for my brother’s present.
      3. Mandy is going to do (do) shopping for the party.
      4. Are you going to write (write) the invitation letters this evening?
      5. My mother and I are going to cook (cook) before the party starts.

    9. Sınıf İngilizce Meb Yayınları Çalışma Kitabı Cevapları


    1. Put the words in order to make meaningful sentences.
    2. This is Jack calling.
    3. Can I talk to Allison?
    4. Can you call back later?
    5. I am afraid she is busy right now.
    6. Would you like to join us?
    7. Rewrite the sentences as in the example.
    8. There aren’t any vegetables at home.
      There are some vegetables at home.
    9. I am going to cook some pasta for dinner.
      I am not going to cook any pasta for dinner. 
    10. We need some sugar for this dessert.
      We don’t need any sugar for this dessert.
    11. She isn’t going to eat any fish today.
      She is going to eat some fish today.
    12. There is some rice in the bowl.
      There isn’t any rice in the bowl.
    13. Put the lines of the dialogue in the correct order.
    14. a) Sure. How much would you like? (3)
      b) Here you are. That’s £2.50. (5)
      c) How can I help you? (1)
      d) Two cartons, please. (4)
      e) Have you got any daily milk?  (2)
    15. Complete the sentences with will or won’t and one of the verbs in the box.
    16. Don’t worry about the exam. I’m sure you will pass. 
    17. You should try on this jacket. It will look good on you.
    18. Don’t plant those flowers under the tree. They won’t grow there. It’s too dark.
    19. I have eaten three pizzas this evening. I’m afraid I won’t sleep well tonight.
    20. A : The baby has a fever.
      B : Don’t worry. I will take her to the hospital.
    21. Complete the sentences with will future or be going to future.
    22. A : What are your plans for this weekend?
      B : I am going to meet (meet) my old school friend.
    23. A : Are you ready to order, sir?
      B : Um… OK. I will have (have) the chicken with vegetables.
    24. It’s 10.15 a.m. and Nathan is still in bed . He is going to miss (miss) the 10.30 train.
    25. It’s very hot here. I think I will turn on (turn on) the air conditioner.
    26. A: You mustn’t tell Sally anything about her birthday party. It must be a surprise.
      B : OK. I will keep (keep) it secret. I won’t tell (tell) her.
    27. Have you heard the news? Lauren is going to move (move) to Madrid.
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