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  Intermediate Student’s Book Answer Ke Unit 1 Opener (page 9) 2  1 They are two sisters in Brunei. 2 They are praying. 3 They are at a celebration for their father’s birthday. 3  a the colours 1a (pages 10 and 11) 1  Colour gives the schoolboy a sense of group identity – it shows he’s from the Quechua community. The Huli villager is putting on face  paints in traditional colours, they are an important part of the festival. 2  1 a badge of identity; expressing individuality through decoration; sending messages 2 a badge of identity: wearing colourful traditional dress, uniforms or sports team colours; expressing individuality through decoration: face-painting for festivals, wearing the ‘in’ colour; sending messages: using colours in packaging and labelling brands 4  Present simple: live ,  plays , do , use , need  , know , comes , wear  , dress , belong , is , changes , understand  , stand    out  , select  , can , says , means  Present continuous: is getting , ’s   applying , are   starting , are   wearing  1 present simple 2 present continuous 3 present simple 5  1 dress 5 are trying 2 is wearing 6 buy 3 says 7 don’t eat 4 gets 6 7  1 a think b are thinking 2 a come b are coming 3 a love b is loving 8  Present simple: at weekends, every day, never, always, often, usually Categories Stative verbs thoughts / mental    processes  believe, know,   mean, suppose, understand the senses hear, sound, taste emotions want, love, need  possession have, belong,   contain Life Life Intermediate © National Geographic Learning 1  Present continuous: right now, this month, this week, at the moment, this autumn, today 9  Sample questions: How often do you buy new clothes / CDs / magazines? What are you wearing right now? Where are you working these days? What do you usually eat for lunch? What do you wear at weekends? Do you usually work long hours? 10  Sample answers: Routines: cook a meal, decorate your house, do DIY, do housework, go online Leisure activities: decorate your house, do DIY, dress up, go online, go out with friends, go shopping, go to evening classes, go to an exercise class, learn a new skill, make something with your hands, read a new book, spend time with your family 1b (pages 12 and 13) 1  In many cultures, red is the colour of love, e.g. people give red roses to show they love someone. Red is also commonly the colour of anger (red in the face, a red rag to a  bull). 2  1 prosperity 5 knowledge 2 luck 6 sadness 3 courage 7 mourning 4 wisdom 8 envy 3  1 b 2 a 3 b 4 a 5 a 6 b 7 a 4  1 anger 4 cold / sadness 2 knowledge 5 green 3 love 7  1 b 2 a 3 a 4 c 5 b 6 a 7 c 8   Blue Yellow  1 do 5 does 2 Who 6 Which 3 is 7 do 4 is 8 can 10  1 d 2 c 3 b 4 a Possible follow-up questions for 5–8: 5 What do you enjoy / find difficult about it? 6 Do you find it interesting? 7 Which courses are you doing? 8 Which hobbies do you have? 1c (pages 14 and 15) 2 and 3 c 4  1 Russell Hill and Robert Barton are British anthropologists . 2 Joanna Setchell does research into African primates / mandrills . 3 Jonathan Blount is a biologist  at the University of Glasgow. Life Intermediate © National Geographic Learning 2  5  1 d 2 a 3 b 4 c 6  b 7    In species such as the blue-footed booby, a completely different colour seems to give the male birds the same advantage with females. 8  anthropologist, athlete, biologist, competitor, contestant, opponent,  primatologist, researcher, scientist 1d (page 16) 1  Students’ own ideas 2   Dialogue 1  Be punctual, courteous and positive. Make sure you know the other  person’s name. Use it! Make the other person the focus of your attention … Know what you want to say and say it effectively! Dialogue   2  Be punctual, courteous and positive. Know what you want to say and say it effectively! 3  Allow me to introduce myself How do you do. My name’s It’s a pleasure to meet you why don’t I give you my card it’s been good talking to you. Let’s stay in touch Hello, how are you? I’m I’m very pleased to meet you thanks for your time Let me give you my card The first pair give the best  performance. They use courteous,  positive but formal language (  How do  you do , Pleased to meet you ,  I do , actually ) and use their names. The second pair are friendly and polite but don’t use one another’s names and are too informal (  How are you? Great,  Erm, what about you? ). Yuvraj talks about himself and does not focus on the other person. Thanks for your time  is not really appropriate here and sounds quite rude. 4    Allow me to introduce myself.  How do you do?  It’s a pleasure to meet you.  It’s been good talking to you.  Let me give you my card. 1e (page 17) 1  a ( colour therapy, how to use colour in the workplace ) d ( Colour it! is completing a project for the redecoration of our hotel; … is involved with the promotion of Young Fashion Week  ) 2a  1 website 2 neutral 3 potential clients 4 to promote the company 5 separate sections of text Life Intermediate © National Geographic Learning 3  2b 1 website: the layout shows it is a website 2 neutral: The tone speaks directly and personally to the reader ( We can   offer   … We help you  …) but it also has formal written features (  In   addition ). 3 potential clients: We can offer advice on  … ; we   help    you find   … ; Testimonials  4 to promote the company: We are a  professional colour consultancy with  fifteen years’ experience ; We lead the field   … ; Testimonials  5 separate sections of text: the texts have headings and are in separate  boxes. 3  1 with fifteen years’ experience, currently, This year 2 In addition, also 3 offer advice, help, lead the field, working with, advising, reduce stress, completing a project, involved with the promotion of 4  1 currently, In addition 2 This year, also 1f (pages 18 and 19) 2  1 weavers 6 shawls 2 village 7 visitors 3 cooked 8 traditions 4 farming 9 self-sufficient 5 business 4  1 c 2 e 3 a 4 b 5 d 6 f 5  1 the leader for the Centre for Traditional Textiles 2 She thought it was sad that traditional weaving was disappearing. 3 that the younger generation should learn to weave 4 One woman’s husband has started helping with the sheep. 5 They can make a reasonable amount of money. Unit 1 Review (page 20) 2  1 Q: What does this championship mean to you? A: Actually, I don’t think / I’m not thinking too much about it. I am concentrating on what I am doing now and the process of building up to it. 2 Q: What influences you during a race? A: When you hear people cheering your name, it makes it more exciting. 3 Q: Do you train every day? A: At the moment, I am doing a  bit more than usual. I get Sundays off and I have gym work as well. Life Intermediate © National Geographic Learning 4
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