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September 20, 2014

Homework: Unit 7

Filed under: homework — richardlstansfield @ 11:53 pm

Homework: Unit 7

Go to Page 72. Read the text.

* Vocabulary *

Next to each definition, write the word from the text.

__________ (noun) a curved, round roof of a building

__________ (noun) a large group of animals, such as cows, that live and eat together

__________ (adjective) pleasant and attractive

__________ (noun) a large South American animal with a long neck and long hair, often kept for its meat, milk, or fur and to carry heavy loads

__________ (noun) objects relating to famous people or events that people collect

__________ (verb) to appear through or from behind something, or to make something do this

__________ (adjective) excellent

__________ (noun) an electric vehicle for carrying passengers, mostly in cities, which moves along metal lines in the road

__________ (noun) a long, difficult journey that you make by walking

__________ (noun) a vehicle that is used for carrying things but that is smaller than a truck

__________ (verb) to walk slowly about a place without any purpose

Read the text and answer the questions.

* Controversy Tram Hotel, The Netherlands *

1. What are the rooms?

2. What are the themes?

3. Where do the owners sleep and cook?

* EcoCamp, Chile *

Where is EcoCamp?

1. At EcoCamp, what is amazing?

2. What can you do during the daytime?

3. What can you do during the evening?

* Giraffe Manor, Nairobi *

1. What should you bring? Why?

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2 Comments »

  1. Sorry professor
    How do I submit the above assignment?

    Comment by Lim Chae Bin — September 22, 2014 @ 8:56 am | Reply

    • Bring it to class.

      Comment by richardlstansfield — September 22, 2014 @ 10:33 pm | Reply


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