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Отработка навыков разных типов чтения при подготовке к ГИА по английскому языку на примере урока "The beauty of the underwater world" для 8 класса


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Название документа The beauty of the underwater world 1.ppt

Поделитесь материалом с коллегами:

The beauty of the underwater world
1. To divide one from another means s_______.
2. Our home fish lives in a_______.
3.These dangerous animal lives in the sea, attacks fish and, sometimes, peopl...
4.Very popular c____ reef is situated in Australia.
5. It lives in the water. It can swim well. It is a f___.
6. There is nobody there in the room. The room is e____.
Recommendations You must Use semantic guess. Try to understand the meaning of...
Установите соответствие между заголовками 1-6 и текстами A-E. Занесите свои о...
Find the synonyms of these words and phrases into the text to find – a legend...
Read, what people say about the National Marine Aquarium and decide if they a...
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания части А. В каждом задании обведите букву...
Прочитайте текст и выполните задания части А. В каждом задании обведите букву...
Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A – F частями предложений, обозначенным...
Рекомендации к разделу «Чтение» Следует:	Не следует: Использовать смысловую и...
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The beauty of the underwater world

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1. To divide one from another means s_______.

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2. Our home fish lives in a_______.

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3.These dangerous animal lives in the sea, attacks fish and, sometimes, people. It is a s____.

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4.Very popular c____ reef is situated in Australia.

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5. It lives in the water. It can swim well. It is a f___.

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6. There is nobody there in the room. The room is e____.

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Recommendations You must Use semantic guess. Try to understand the meaning of the text not to pay attention to the new words. Pay your attention to the synonyms. Be very attentive to the tenses, voices and the negative forms. You needn't Understand every word. Think, the first phrase in the text, looks like the right answer, is really right. Ignore the idioms. Leave the task without the answer.

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№ слайда 10 Установите соответствие между заголовками 1-6 и текстами A-E. Занесите свои о
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Установите соответствие между заголовками 1-6 и текстами A-E. Занесите свои ответы в таблицу. Используйте каждую цифру только один раз. В задании один заголовок лишний 1. The legend and the truth 4. A home for weird families 2. Amazing use of coral 5. It’s not only a show 3. A vegetarian café and a hospital 6. Living in two worlds A ____ You will be amazed at what you discover when you visit the new National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. Your breathtaking underwater journey across the planet will reveal a strange and secret world that is both weird and wonderful. You will learn and understand the life of the oceans and their relationships with people. And because the aquarium is a charity, you can be sure that you are helping undersea life! B ____ Thousands of fish and sea animals with bright colours and bizarre shapes live around corals. It is easy for plants to grow there because the water is warm and shallow. The animals eat these plants. These places are important to people, too. Doctors can use medicine made from corals to treat broken legs. The coral reef is a fantastic window onto the ocean. C ____ Come face to face with over ten real live sharks, over two meters long – as close as you can get without getting wet! You will fill the danger but you will be out of danger. Sharks are some of the most amazing but misunderstood marine animals on the planet. Our guides will help you separates fact from fiction about this hunters of the seas. D ____ Here you will learn the story of seahorses across the planet. Enter the world of these magical creatures. Find out how they make families for life, what they eat and how a male seahorse manages to give birth to up to 1.500 young! You can see our unique seahorse-breading programme at first hand and watch seahorse babies. E ____ Here animals behave as they usually do in the wild. Many of them are camouflaged and hide in the sand. It looks like the place is empty but the more you look the more you will see. A team of guides is here to help you enjoy your visit. They will reveal the secret life of the creatures that lives on the border between the river and the sea. В 2

№ слайда 11 Find the synonyms of these words and phrases into the text to find – a legend
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Find the synonyms of these words and phrases into the text to find – a legend – the truth – a trip – unusual – without the risk of the life –

№ слайда 12 Read, what people say about the National Marine Aquarium and decide if they a
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Read, what people say about the National Marine Aquarium and decide if they agree or disagree with the leaflet. Give the explanation. B. Coral reefs keep a lot of sea creatures and people fit and healthy. Amazing! D. There is also an exhibit of animals that live in rivers. And it’s very interesting! F. Its not easy to see some of the creatures because they change their colour. It takes time to see them. A. It is the whole world under water. There is so much to discover. C. Be careful! It could be dangerous. E. You can learn about the family life of some creatures. Really fascinating facts!

№ слайда 13 Прочитайте текст и выполните задания части А. В каждом задании обведите букву
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Прочитайте текст и выполните задания части А. В каждом задании обведите букву A,B,C или D, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. A You will be amazed at what you discover when you visit the new National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. Your breathtaking underwater journey across the planet will reveal a strange and secret world that is both weird and wonderful. You will learn and understand the life of the oceans and their relationships with people. And because the aquarium is a charity, you can be sure that you are helping undersea life! B Thousands of fish and sea animals with bright colours and bizarre shapes live around corals. It is easy for plants to grow there because the water is warm and shallow. The animals eat these plants. These places are important to people, too. Doctors can use medicine made from corals to treat broken legs. The coral reef is a fantastic window onto the ocean. C Come face to face with over ten real live sharks, over two meters long – as close as you can get without getting wet! You will fill the danger but you will be out of danger. Sharks are some of the most amazing but misunderstood marine animals on the planet. Our guides will help you separates fact from fiction about this hunters of the seas. D Here you will learn the story of seahorses across the planet. Enter the world of these magical creatures. Find out how they make families for life, what they eat and how a male seahorse manages to give birth to up to 1.500 young! You can see our unique seahorse-breading programme at first hand and watch seahorse babies. E Here animals behave as they usually do in the wild. Many of them are camouflaged and hide in the sand. It looks like the place is empty but the more you look the more you will see. A team of guides is here to help you enjoy your visit. They will reveal the secret life of the creatures that live on the border between the river and the sea. 1. In the new National Marine Aquarium you can’t find … the undersea life rare kinds of fish whales sharks and seahorses 2. Thousands of fish and sea animals live around corals because … these places are very beautiful it is not dangerous to live there they can grow and eat corals the temperature of water is good for living 3. You can feel the risk of your life … if you make underwater trip if you go diving if you get wet if you come face to face with a shark 4. 1.500 is … the depth of the National Marine Aquarium the number of seahorses the number of food the seahorses eat in a day the number of babies a male seahorse can give birth 5. Some places look empty because … there is nobody there some animals hide there is a lot of guides there are many sharks Задания части А

№ слайда 14 Прочитайте текст и выполните задания части А. В каждом задании обведите букву
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Прочитайте текст и выполните задания части А. В каждом задании обведите букву A,B,C или D, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа. A You will be amazed at what you discover when you visit the new National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. Your breathtaking underwater journey across the planet will reveal a strange and secret world that is both weird and wonderful. You will learn and understand the life of the oceans and their relationships with people. And because the aquarium is a charity, you can be sure that you are helping undersea life! B Thousands of fish and sea animals with bright colours and bizarre shapes live around corals. It is easy for plants to grow there because the water is warm and shallow. The animals eat these plants. These places are important to people, too. Doctors can use medicine made from corals to treat broken legs. The coral reef is a fantastic window onto the ocean. C Come face to face with over ten real live sharks, over two meters long – as close as you can get without getting wet! You will fill the danger but you will be out of danger. Sharks are some of the most amazing but misunderstood marine animals on the planet. Our guides will help you separates fact from fiction about this hunters of the seas. D Here you will learn the story of seahorses across the planet. Enter the world of these magical creatures. Find out how they make families for life, what they eat and how a male seahorse manages to give birth to up to 1.500 young! You can see our unique seahorse-breading programme at first hand and watch seahorse babies. E Here animals behave as they usually do in the wild. Many of them are camouflaged and hide in the sand. It looks like the place is empty but the more you look the more you will see. A team of guides is here to help you enjoy your visit. They will reveal the secret life of the creatures that live on the border between the river and the sea. 1. In the new National Marine Aquarium you can’t find … the undersea life rare kinds of fish whales sharks and seahorses 2. Thousands of fish and sea animals live around corals because … these places are very beautiful it is not dangerous to live there they can grow and eat corals the temperature of water is good for living 3. You can feel the risk of your life … if you make underwater trip if you go diving if you get wet if you come face to face with a shark 4. 1.500 is … the depth of the National Marine Aquarium the number of seahorses the number of food the seahorses eat in a day the number of babies a male seahorse can give birth 5. Some places look empty because … there is nobody there some animals hide there is a lot of guides there are many sharks Задания части А

№ слайда 15 Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A – F частями предложений, обозначенным
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Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A – F частями предложений, обозначенными цифрами 1 – 7. Одна из частей в списке 1 – 7 лишняя. Перенесите ответы в таблицу. The first scientific and popular aquarium (A)_________________ in the London Zoological Gardens in 1853; it (B) _____________ shortly afterwards. (C) ______________ were built in Plymouth, England; Paris and Nice (France); Naples (Italy); and Berlin (Germany); all but the last survived World War II. Marineland, Florida, was a new kind of public aquarium architecture when it was opened in 1938. (D) __________, most new aquariums, often called oceanariums or seaquariums, have been located on the ocean or on rivers and have clear acrylic windows and portholes that enable visitors to see large and small fish and (E) ____________from below the water surface. Many commercial aquariums have followed this pattern, and (F) _________by presenting exhibitions of performing fish. other large European aquariums was built since then other marine life a new kind of aquarium mix education with entertainment was closed

№ слайда 16 Рекомендации к разделу «Чтение» Следует:	Не следует: Использовать смысловую и
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Рекомендации к разделу «Чтение» Следует: Не следует: Использовать смысловую и языковую догадку при предварительном ознакомлении с вариантами ответов. Стараться понять смысл текста, не обращая внимания на отдельные незнакомые слова. Быть особо внимательным к сходным формам текста и вариантам ответа. Они могут содержать ложные подсказки. Обращать внимание на синонимы в тексте и варианте ответа. Быть внимательным к отрицательным формам, которые меняют значение на противоположное. Быть внимательным к видовременным формам, так как может совпадать лексическое наполнение варианта ответа, но промежуток времени указывается другой. Использовать легко вычленяемые единицы в ответах (имена собственные, числительные, географические названия, даты и т.д.) для быстрого поиска информации в тексте. Пытаться понять каждое слово в тексте. Руководствоваться формальным сходством форм в вопросе и ответе текста. При выполнении задания В2 опираться на первое встретившееся подтверждение, следует найти несколько правильных подтверждений. Игнорировать идиоматические выражения и словосочетания, стоящие в кавычках. Опираться только на лексические или грамматические соответствия; следует использовать комплексный подход. Руководствоваться лишь общими соответствиями и логикой, следует найти подтверждение догадки в тексте. Оставлять задания без ответа.

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Thank you for your attention

Название документа The legend and the truth.doc

Поделитесь материалом с коллегами:

I. Warming up


1. To divide one from another means s_______. (separate)

2. Our home fish lives in a_______. (aquarium)

3. These dangerous animal lives in the sea, attacks fish and, sometimes, people. It is a s____. (sharks)

4. Very popular c____ reef is situated in Australia. (coral)

5. It lives in the water. It can swim well. It is a f___.(fish)

6. There is nobody there in the room. The room is e____.(empty)


II. Prereading

Answer the questions:

    1. Have you ever been to Australia?

    2. Would you like to see unique animals? What animals?

    3. Where is the National Marine aquarium situated?

    4. What is the size of the most dangerous creature?

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II. Reading


Match headlines with the parts of the text. One headline is an extra. Write your variants into the tablet.


  1. The legend and the truth

  2. Amazing use of coral

  3. A vegetarian café and a hospital

  4. A home for weird families

  5. It’s not only a show

  6. Living in two worlds




You will be amazed at what you discover when you visit the new National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. Your breathtaking underwater journey across the planet will reveal a strange and secret world that is both weird and wonderful. You will learn and understand the life of the oceans and their relationships with people. And because the aquarium is a charity, you can be sure that you are helping undersea life! Thousands of fish and sea animals with bright colours and bizarre shapes live around corals. It is easy for plants to grow there because the water is warm and shallow. The animals eat these plants. These places are important to people, too. Doctors can use medicine made from corals to treat broken legs. The coral reef is a fantastic window onto the ocean. Come face to face with over ten real live sharks, over two meters long – as close as you can get without getting wet! You will fill the danger but you will be out of danger.

Sharks are some of the most amazing but misunderstood marine animals on the planet. Our guides will help you separates fact from fiction about this hunters of the seas.

Here animals behave as they usually do in the wild. Many of them are camouflaged and hide in the sand. It looks like the place is empty but the more you look the more you will see. A team of guides is here to help you enjoy your visit. They will reveal the secret life of the creatures that live on the border between the river and the sea.


An extra headline is number 3.


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Explanation: which words or phrase can help you to find the right variant?

1. separate facts from fiction

Fact = the truth

fiction = legends

2. Doctors can use medicine made from corals to treat broken legs.

3. -------------------- (Not said)

4. Find out how they make families for life, what they eat and how a male seahorse manages to give birth to up to 1.500 young! You can see our unique seahorse-breading programme at first hand and watch seahorse babies.

5. the aquarium is a charity, you can be sure that you are helping undersea life!

6. the creatures that live on the border between the river and the sea.


IV. Prereading

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1. Find the synonyms into the text

to find = to discover

legend = fiction

the truth = fact

a trip = journey

unusual = bizarre, weird

without the risk of life = out of danger

2. Read, what people say about the National Marine Aquarium and decide if they agree or disagree with the leaflet. Give the explanation.

Yes A. It is the whole world under water. There is so much to discover.

Yes B. Coral reefs keep a lot of sea creatures and people fit and healthy. Amazing!

No C. Be careful! It could be dangerous.

No D. There is also an exhibit of animals that live in rivers. And it’s very interesting!

Yes E. You can learn about the family life of some creatures. Really fascinating facts!

Yes F. Its not easy to see some of the creatures because they change their colour. It takes time to see them.

V. Reading

Задания части А

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания части А. В каждом задании обведите букву A, B, C или D, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа.






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Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A – F частями предложений, обозначенными цифрами 1 – 7. Одна из частей в списке 1 – 7 лишняя. Перенесите ответы в таблицу.




The first scientific and popular aquarium (A)_________________ in the London Zoological Gardens in 1853; it (B) _____________ shortly afterwards. (C) ______________ were built in Plymouth, England; Paris and Nice (France); Naples (Italy); and Berlin (Germany); all but the last survived World War II.

Marineland, Florida, was a new kind of public aquarium architecture when it was opened in 1938. (D) __________, most new aquariums, often called oceanariums or seaquariums, have been located on the ocean or on rivers and have clear acrylic windows and portholes that enable visitors to see large and small fish and (E) ____________from below the water surface.

Many commercial aquariums have followed this pattern, and (F) _____________by presenting exhibitions of performing fish.


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    1. other large European aquariums

    2. was built

    3. since then

    4. other marine life

    5. a new kind of aquarium

    6. mix education with entertainment

    7. was closed








The first scientific and popular aquarium (A) was built in the London Zoological Gardens in 1853; it (B) was closed shortly afterwards. (C) Other large European aquariums were built in Plymouth, England; Paris and Nice (France); Naples (Italy); and Berlin (Germany); all but the last survived World War II.

Marineland, Florida, was a new kind of public aquarium architecture when it was opened in 1938. (D) Since then, most new aquariums, often called oceanariums or seaquariums, have been located on the ocean or on rivers and have clear acrylic windows and portholes that enable visitors to see large and small fish and (E) other marine life from below the water surface.

Many commercial aquariums have followed this pattern, and (F) mix education with entertainment by presenting exhibitions of performing fish.





































Дата: The 4th of April

Тема урока: The beauty of the underwater life (Формирование навыков чтения разных типов текстов на английском языке при подготовке к ЕГЭ)

Класс: 8B


Цель урока: формирование и развитие навыков ознакомительного, обучающего и поискового чтения аутентичных тестов, позволяющих избежать сложностей при подготовке к ЕГЭ по английскому языку


Задачи:

  • обучающая: отработать новые лексические единицы, употребление действительного и страдательного залога, сформировать умение прочтения публицистических и рекламных текстов;

  • развивающая: развитие навыков чтения, письма, говорения, аудирования; формирование способностей находить информацию в тексте и, руководствуясь лексико-грамматическими особенностями языка, уметь выбирать главное;

  • воспитательная: развитие интереса к изучению иностранного языка, воспитание экологического самосознания учащихся.


Оборудование:

    1. карточки с заданием для учащихся;

    2. индивидуальные бланки ответов для учащихся;

    3. экран (интерактивная доска)

    4. проектор



  1. EFCDGB

2. 1-C; 2-D; 3-B; 4-B; 5-A; 6-D; 7-C

3. CDBGAE



















Прочитайте текст и заполните пропуски A – F частями предложений, обозначенными цифрами 1 – 7. Одна из частей в списке 1 – 7 лишняя. Перенесите ответы в таблицу.

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When I arrived in England I thought I knew English. After I’d been here an hour I realized that I did not understand one word. In the first week I picked up a tolerable working knowledge of the language and the next seven years convinced me gradually but thoroughly that I (1) ___________, let alone perfectly. This is sad. My only consolation being that nobody speaks English perfectly.

Remember that those five hundred words an average Englishman uses are (2)____________. You may learn another five hundred and another five thousand and yet another fifty thousand and still you may come across a further fifty thousand (3) _____________________.

If you live here long enough you will find out to your greatest amazement that the adjective nice is not the only adjective the language possesses, in spite of the fact that (4) ___________. You can say that the weather is nice, a restaurant is nice, Mr. Soandso is nice, Mrs. Soandso’s clothes are nice, you had a nice time, (5) ________________.

Then you have to decide on your accent. The easiest way to give the impression of having a good accent or no foreign accent at all is to hold an unlit pipe in your mouth, to mutter between your teeth and finish all your sentences with the question: “isn’t it?” People will not understand much, but they are accustomed to that and they will get a (6) _________.


A. whatever it costs

B. most excellent impression

C. you have never heard of before, and nobody else either

D. in the first three years you do not need to learn or use any other adjectives

E. would never know it really well

F. far from being the whole vocabulary of the language

G. and all this will be correct


Задания части А

Прочитайте текст и выполните задания части А. В каждом задании обведите букву A, B, C или D, соответствующую выбранному вами варианту ответа.





I like my house and my bed and my shower. I do not like camping. I guess that means I’m weird. Men are supposed to like camping. When I was eight, my father took me on our first and last camping trip together. It was the worst weekend of my life. It was freezing cold. It rained. We went for a hike, and I got lost. My dad had tried to teach me how to use a compass. We walked for a mile while he talked about north, south, east and west. I was cold and bored, so I didn’t listen very well. He left me with the compass and told me to find my way back. My dad says I wasn’t lost for very long. It felt like a whole day.

My company recently transferred me to Denver, Colorado. My new co-workers have invited me to go hiking or camping several times since I arrived. I keep making excuses, because I do not want to tell them the truth. My buddy from Texas thinks I should go over it, because I’m not eight anymore. I’m afraid that if I go, I will make a complete fool of myself. If I don’t go, they will quit asking. If they quit asking, I won’t have any buddies to hang out with. Back home my buddies and I played golf every other Saturday. I miss golf. But here wilderness stuff is what people do for fun.

I finally decided I would give it a try. They made plans to hike in the Rocky Mountain National Park this weekend. After work, I found the nearest wilderness shop. The salesperson thought I had lost my mind, but boy he had a big smile on his face. I bought one of almost everything, just in case. I even bought a wilderness guide. I think I could survive on Mount Everest wearing the coat he sold me. I went home and read all the manuals. I practiced setting up a tent in the backyard. I wore my new hiking boots around the house until I got a blister.

After packing my car Friday morning, I could not see out the back of my Jeep Cherokee. Everything I bought was crammed inside. We decided to caravan to Estes Park and then hike up Beaver Meadow Trail. I wondered if we would get lost. But I just wanted to play it cool and follow along.

After work, we went in the parking lot to discuss who would lead the caravan. As soon as they saw my Jeep, they started giving me a hard time. “Are ya movin’ in, Tom?” “Movin’ in where?” “To the woods”. They all laughed. “Oh that. Just wanted to be prepared.” They raised their eyebrows and gave me the OK sign. I felt like a complete idiot. “You should have told us. We would have left everything we own at home”. “Very funny. Bunch of comedians.”

On the way to Estes Park, I tried to relax. I tried to think macho thoughts. And then it started to rain. I panicked. All I could think about was being eight years old, alone in the woods, cold and hungry. The guys didn’t seem bothered by the rain. In fact, they seemed to enjoy it. We all put on our backpacks. Once again, I stood out. My backpack looked bright and spotless. I forgot to rub it in the dirt and stomp on it. The price tag was still hanging from the zipper. My backpack was the only one dripping with gadgets. They all stared at me.

On the way up Beaver Meadow Trail, the rain started to pour. It was cold and harsh. I removed the Mount Everest coat from my waist and put it on. One of my gadgets was a small, sturdy umbrella. I pulled it off the hook, opened it, and held it in front of my face. The waterproof gloves I bought felt toasty warm. I looked around at my macho friends. They were checking out my backpack. I suddenly felt more confident. They looked miserable, and I almost felt sorry for them. When it started to hail, we moved off the trail.

I removed my backpack. A rolled up tent was attached to the bottom with straps of Velcro. They didn’t laugh this time. It took us 30 minutes, but we finally put the tent together. It was not big enough for five people. Somehow, we squeezed inside anyway. After several awkward moments, someone said “So what else you got in that backpack, Tom?” We spent the next hour joking and laughing and eating beef jerky. I told them all about my first camping experience. I also told them that I miss playing golf. They said they would give it a try sometime. I decided camping might not be so bad after all.

1. Tom believes that he is weird because he

A) expects to sleep in a comfortable bed when camping.

B) didn’t like camping when he was eight years old.

C) doesn’t like the thing other people expect him to enjoy.

D) didn’t like to spend weekends with his father in his childhood.

2. Tom got lost on a hike because

A) his father hadn’t explained to him how to use a compass.

B) his father had left him alone to teach him a lesson.

C) he wanted to make his father feel sorry for him.

D) he had paid no attention to what his father was telling him.

3. Tom isn’t quite happy in Denver because

A) he feels a complete fool in the company of his co-workers.

B) he dislikes the leisure time activities of his new colleagues.

C) his new colleagues have quit inviting him to go hiking or camping.

D) there are no men whom he would like to become his buddies.

4. The salesperson thought Tom had lost his mind because

A) Tom wanted to climb Mount Everest without any previous experience.

B) Tom had bought a lot of unnecessary things.

C) no one had ever bought so many manuals.

D) Tom had bought outrageously expensive hiking equipment.

5. Tom’s colleagues started giving him a hard time because they

A) thought he had too many things in his jeep.

B) were envious of his Jeep Cherokee and hiking equipment.

C) believed he was a complete idiot.

D) thought he couldn’t lead the caravan.

6. When everyone stared at his backpack Tom wished he

A) had bought a cheaper one.

B) had removed some of the gadgets.

C) hadn’t bought such a bright one.

D) had made it look old and used.

7. Tom found his camping experience not so bad after all because

A) it taught him to appreciate nature’s beauty.

B) he realized that camping might go well with playing sports.

C) he enjoyed the company of his co-workers.

D) he liked eating beef cooked over a campfire.


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