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1 10.1 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION 1 What s There? Circle the answers to the questions. What can you find... DICTIONARY PAGE inside a train station? trains tracks taxis inside a subway station? escalators bus stops turnstiles on a bus? a bus driver platforms a luggage compartment in a taxi? tickets passengers a taxi driver 2 Public Transportation Unscramble the words and complete the sentences. 1. (s r r d v i e) These people work on buses or in taxis. They are drivers. 2. (s s s g p n r a e e) These people ride on public transportation. They are. 3. (s k r a c t) Trains and subway cars travel on these. They are. 4. (r o t a a l c s e) This is a set of stairs that moves. It is an. 5. (g n n e e i) This has the power to pull the cars on a train. It is an. 3 What Is It? Write the answer. the arrivals and departures board a subway a train station a bus a ticket a turnstile a platform a timetable 1. This is a form of public transportation. It can carry many passengers. It travels on roads. What is it? abus 2. This is a form of public transportation. Several passenger cars travel together. They move on tracks, usually down underground. What is it? 94 UNIT 10 Transportation

2 3. This is a place where trains come and go. People get on and off trains at this place. What is it? 4. Look up high in a train station to find this thing. It tells you what times trains are coming in and going out of the station. It tells you which track a train is on. What is it? 5. This paper shows the times of all the trains. You can see where trains go and what time they stop at each station. What is it? 6. This is a piece of paper. You must buy one of these to ride on a train. What is it? 7. This is an area next to the train or subway tracks. People go to this area to get on a train. What is it? 8. A person must pass through this thing to get to a subway platform. It blocks your way until you put a ticket or money into it. Then you can go through. What is it? 4 Let s Talk About You Answer the questions. 1. What kinds of public transportation have you used? 2. How often do you use public transportation? every day every week sometimes never UNIT 10 Transportation 95

3 10.2 PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION 1 1 Vehicles Label the vehicles. DICTIONARY PAGE 72 a minivan a station wagon an SUV a trailer a van a trailer Which Vehicle? Write each vehicle in its place in the chart. a bicycle a hatchback a motor scooter a sedan a convertible a motorcycle a moped a sports car TWO-WHEELED VEHICLES CARS a bicycle 96 UNIT 10 Transportation

4 3 True or False? Read the statements. Write True or False. Correct the false statements. True 1. A car s engine needs a battery. False 2. A cylinder block is a part of a bicycle. It s a part of a car s engine. 3. A bicycle needs an air filter. 4. A bicycle has one pedal. 5. Drivers get gas at a gas pump. 6. A gas pump has a hose and a nozzle. 7. A van is bigger than a minivan. 8. A motor home is smaller than a motor scooter. 4 Let s Talk About You Answer the questions. 1. Can you ride a bicycle? Yes, I can. No, I can t. 2. Can you drive a car? Yes, I can. No, I can t. 3. Have you ever driven a truck? Yes, I have. No, I haven t. 4. What kinds of cars do you like? UNIT 10 Transportation 97

5 10.2 PRIVATE TRANSPORTATION 2 1 Which Parts? Circle the correct word. DICTIONARY PAGE I can put suitcases on top of my station wagon because I have a (roof rack / gear shift). 2. It s raining. Turn on the (radio / windshield wipers). 3. The car s engine is under the (hubcap / hood). 4. Step on the (accelerator / brake) to stop the car. 5. Step on the (fender / clutch) before you shift from first gear into second. 6. Step on the (gas cap / accelerator) to make the car go faster. 7. There is a (headlight / headrest) on each seat, behind the head of the driver or passenger. 8. The driver and passengers should fasten their (seat belts / CD players) for safety. 9. You can put those big boxes in the (trunk / exhaust pipe). 10. There are numbers and letters on a (license plate / turn signal). 2 Vehicle Parts Write the answers to the questions. brake lights the hood the trunk the doors the rear window the windshield the gas cap the rearview mirror headlights the side mirrors the windshield 1. What can the driver see through? and 2. What can the driver open and close?,,, and 3. What helps the driver see other vehicles? and 4. What kinds of lights does a car have? and 98 UNIT 10 Transportation

6 3 Word Search: Private Transportation Look for words going down p or across :. Circle 8 parts of a car. (The first word is circled for you.) Z F E N D E R X T R U N K K B B X M C X W Z U R J H L K V Q M A M H U B C A P K X O T Z M Z E E K O C J X V R S Z D H T I R E S TRACK 28 4 Listening: What Are They Talking About? Listen and write the number of the conversation. the brake lights 1 the steering wheel the bumper the dashboard the tires the windshield wipers UNIT 10 Transportation 99

7 10.3 ROAD AND ROAD SIGNS 1 AND 2 DICTIONARY PAGES 74 AND 75 1 Matching: On the Road Complete the sentences. Stop 1. A red light means. a. Go 2. A green light means. b. Stop 3. A yellow light means. c. Get ready to stop 4. At a toll booth, you must. d. Watch for trains 5. At a crosswalk, you must. e. watch for pedestrians 6. A railroad crossing sign means f. take a ticket/pay the toll. 2 Matching: Road Signs Write the letter of the sign next to the conversation. c 1. Driver: Should I take the next right? Passenger: You can t. There s a sign: no right turn. a. 2. Driver: I m going to make a U-turn. Passenger: No, not here! There s a no U-turn sign. b. 3. Driver: So, how do we get back on the interstate? Passenger: I don t know. Wait is that a sign for the highway over there? c. 100 UNIT 10 Transportation

8 4. Passenger: You d better slow down. Driver: Why? Oh! You mean for children crossing the street. d. 5. Driver: I bet this hill is bad in the winter. Passenger: Yes, it s awfully steep. e. 6. Passenger: Would you please slow down? Driver: What s the matter? Passenger: Didn t you see that sign? The road is wet, and it might be slippery. f. 3 The Road Complete the sentences. bridge exit intersection on-ramp overpass shoulder on-ramp 1. A car gets on a highway at an. 2. A car gets off a highway at an. 3. A road crosses over a river on a. 4. A road crosses over a highway on an. 5. Two streets meet at an. 6. Don t stop your car in the middle of a highway! Pull over to the side of the road and stop on the. UNIT 10 Transportation 101

9 4 Road Signs Write the words to complete the signs. DO NOT ENTER ONE WAY SPEED LIMIT STOP YIELD ONE WAY UNIT 10 Transportation

10 10.4 AT THE AIRPORT 1 The Airport Write each word in its place in the chart. DICTIONARY PAGES 76 AND 77 an air traffic controller a carry-on bag immigration and naturalization an airline desk the copilot an overhead compartment an aisle seat a customs officer an oxygen mask an armrest a departure lounge a porter a baggage claim area a duty-free shop a security checkpoint the captain a flight attendant a tray PEOPLE PLACES IN AN AIRPORT THINGS IN AN AIRPLANE CABIN an air traffic controller 2 At the Airport Complete the sentences. baggage carousel boarding pass metal detector baggage cart control tower X-ray machine 1. The tall building at an airport is the. 2. If your suitcases are heavy, put them on a. 3. All passengers must walk through a at the security checkpoint. control tower 4. All your carry-on items must pass through an. 5. Passengers must show a at the gate to get on an airplane. 6. In the baggage claim area, look for your luggage on the. UNIT 10 Transportation 103

11 3 Puzzle: At the Airport Complete the crossword puzzle. baggage landing passport runway suitcase takeoff 1 P 2 A 3 S 4 P 5 O 6 R S T ACROSS 2. Luggage, a traveler s bags 3. A container for a traveler s clothes 6. The area where a plane takes off DOWN 1. A document you need to enter another country 4. When a plane comes down on the runway 5. When a plane goes up into the air 104 UNIT 10 Transportation

12 UNIT X CHALLENGE ACTIVITIES UNIT 10 1 On Your Own Take a piece of paper. Choose topic A or B to write about. Topic A: Imagine a friend is going to take the bus, train, or subway for the first time. Write directions for your friend, telling exactly where to go and what to do. Use as many words as possible from page 98. Topic B: Imagine you are a driving instructor. Write directions for your student, telling him or her to get into the driver s seat, adjust the mirrors, and so on. Then give step-by-step instructions to start driving. Use as many words as possible from page 98. TRACK 29 2 About Your Life Take a piece of paper. Write about an experience at an airport. Use as many words as possible from page Listening: What Kind of Public Transportation Are They Taking? Listen to the conversations and write the number of each conversation. [ ] They re on a bus. 1 [ ] They re at a bus stop. [ ] They re on a subway car. [ ] They re in a taxi. [ ] They re on a train. [ ] They re in a train station. 4 In Your Opinion Take a piece of paper, and write your answer to the following question. Unit 10 features several means of transportation: Which one do you think is the best way to travel? Explain why. UNIT 10 Transportation 105

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